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WHOLE NO. 13,076. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1872.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FIVE CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVEHTIHERS. AMUSEMENTS- ? F.h.hth Packs? Fourth, fifth 84x1,1 A6THO MH "v? Swo.yn Pa?.u ? Third column. BILLIARDS? Sim o? D Pa.ix? Sixth column. rtCon<l BOAROEItS WANTED? Envrvru Pa..k? Ural, *???? and third ccluiun#. v, ?.im Page? BOARD AMI) LODUINO WANTED? Ll.** kSiT Third column. D. ,^_Tiilrd ami fourth BHOOKl.YN BOARD? EixmKTH Pag*? iuira u column*. vnn 4A1 E? Ninth Pagx? BROOKLYN HEAL ESTATE ?OR SAl.e* Bl)8I&D" ^OPPORTU N ITI Efl ? Eighth PA?-Fourth ?U8INKk'4"moTWB^mmth ?ria CITY REAL BSTATE FOR bALb hit CLKRK-AND HAT.BWKN-F.7- C?lU,"n uiRDEtrB8R5-?.-.rTU Pa^-FUU, col CoaJW? BTEAMSUIPE-Twitrm PAG*-Flfth and ?Uih v, paok? Fourth column. Fau*? Fourth and fifth DRY clSm^'nd SkExd Pag/? First und .econd col S'.nJwi tint kk^ TO LET FURNISHED AND UN ?WEFOKNIfHED? Twkwtu Kok? First uud tecoud BUROFEAN " STEAMSHIPS? Iw^LrtH PAGB-Flfth col itiiRiVi'-i' Firm Paof ? Sixth column. , &VKNINQ TELEGRAM? Eighth F auk? Third column. **rllRSroNS? TwiiLftB Paok? Sixth column. FINANCIAL? Skconu Paox? Third column. PINE ARTS? TwrLrm Paoi:? Second column. poll SALE? Niw? Ki''VwntAPAH*MRNT8 TO LET ??>? H ELP "w ANTED-FE M ALES-Firtu PAQ*-Fourth col li ELp'waNTED? MALES ? Firra PAC?-Flfth and sixth HOBSKb.' CARigiAOES, AC.-Sxcoxn PAOK-Fourth, afth pir,K Fourth column. vMrA nntumn u Ami t n KRY- v imtu l'AO?? suu? oolumn. ^AHkLem1ntNe1>v N?^n PAOX-^xth column. SrulwERy ^dWesSMAKING-Sxcoho PAGt-Seo MISCELLANEOUS ^VERTISEMBNTB-Txstu Pack MIBTBLLa1?W>uVtw?u?t? Pagx-SIxUi column. llttaiCAl/ ? Eighth Page ? Filth coluuui. piVwaViN \L Kikbt Page ? Wr*t column. Ft mi Faoa? FourU' c<>lum'?- SAI K OK To ?0rZ??nJm Pack? Third, fourth and Afth col BEaL ESTATE TO EXCHANQE-Nmth PAGE-Fiflh col REAL ESTATE WAN TED? Nrrrn Piy?Plfth and sixth BF , jZ'S NOTICES? Firm rACK-Sixth column. SITUATION*' WANTED? FEMALES? Firm Pagk-Scc B 1 T U A T I * i'n B^' WA S T1 E D? MA L K F i rr 1 1 FAGB-Fourth ??'>'! 'VrVcr u" f sul f , rst Pack- Sccond column. gr-SSTlKt/^oI^KT^^io^-S^coNB HAO?-KA.urtlt Ium^eS^ collim"' TIIE TRADES ? Firtil Paw? Six h cojp n?.i. *0 LET^ FOB8BfiMNEA!W^ Pau1'^ WATCHES, JEWELRY. 4C.-Twxt.rrH PAGit-Sccond rr uorl'ni'^TP P r.H'NTY PROPERTY FOR 8ALE OR tV/ i ^T-Kist i Pack- Second and third column*. YACIITh'sTCAMBOATS, AO.? E.mhth Page? Second column. ? 'HERALD BBJlKCU OFFHK-l I"i 4>\VN 'TdVERTIPEMENTK l OR THE NEW YORK HERALD BECLTVED AT THE PHA M'll office, ],2C.r. P.ROADWAY, WBfT PIPE. BETWEEN THlRTV-yMW AND TH1TY BKCOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARK RECEIVED FROM ^ A. M. TILT, f P. M. EVERY DAY IN TUB YEAR AT OFFICE BATES. NO EXTRA CHARUE OF ANY KIND. PERSONAL. Tnoi PHI'S K WTLT. PLEASE. CALL AND SEE HIS A rriA?", K. o., Monday, ? !'? M- ttrcat u<adw vniT \V 1'NT AND WITHOUT OIlKAK* A.~fn?. Oomo Monday, usual time. If not, write to day. ; ? I'-SS^M1 m ^hU^^to^M^^Unio^ Post ^^'*111 hear ?omftthtng to bh idrMHy. 1 "T,.,. ? i) SMITH OF MAWSILLON .OHIO, IS lF|nthc?ltyr^??-? P> ??cuU nt st Nt0"OMW'q, H. T01IN O. M<i.?KMaN ,\V<^X^c T|ic haves' for fl t'ricndrt at lt>l highlit a^citwC jkftogn. ? ~ ? - ? 9HUW T FFT HIS HOME ON WEDNESDAY MOR*1^^' ^r(j Mnck nccktlc, ?" !r? ?i' ??? stout-inadc. nhout S bruised Iront a till j ^ f , em!ln \vinwkt?iM and brown ?? 8 recclvcd hy hh nlMlctcil tanilly. Mimed? Wednesday, .thne n, oeoroe sal lows, au< d !W yenrs, 5 fi C H inched hltfh, lair com plexion, light lirowii luiir, Mnut nullt ; when he lelt home he had on u lirown mixed aark coat, Muck Dant?, black Vt*t, whlu- Khirt, hluo clouded under clothe gold clni^cd and vllver rinit on middle fln?~r or left hund. Any Infor mation will lie gratefully received by III* bereaved family by*bciidl!iR to (). W. MELV IN, 117 Soiilh street. MISS LIZZIE DROWN, WHO LIVED IN PHILADKL plita last jfir, will And a letter at the Brooklyn 1'ogt Office. Notice.? if any of the parties to the in terl'erence in the Patent onicc about liibelaor re \enue ?(aiii|:-i would bear of something td their ad von tage, Adurcai JONES, iioxiiw Herald o!!ic<>. OWM. B.? COMB TO ME OH WRITE, AND I WILL ? try to smooth inatteri) lor you. Fifteen htmdrcd returr.el; all private at ye?. L.J. H ? 8, 61 Weft T v ? I tli (itreef . THURSDAY EVEN7SO, MAY 23, SIXTH AVENl'E car to Thirteenth Htree*, afterward FUth avenue ctage 1? ferry t half-paxt 12 next day.? Sorry to have duap no n'w.l you later. \\ oiild like Ai'lretta PER SEVERANCE, Herald Uptown Branch office. WOUl.l) NKJ.ME M'CLENNAN (FORMERLY WAlf ress at Hitchcock's saloon), see an old friend T Ad drest 8. H, w|ix)n1 Hi-ralJ cifficf. W ASTRO FOR ADOPTION? A LITTLE <JIRI., OF American pnrentatro, two or three. yearn old. Ad drtra, with partlciilarr, F. L. M., Herald omco. I-OttT A IVI> POUND, L^ost-evening of jvnb fi, a tan terrier, with n re<l and biackcollar and a lock on It; amwen to (lie n*iw of Plnkey. Whoever will reWra the saute to 113 Kaxl Thirty-second street will receive ill) reward. (isr- FRIDAY I.AHT, IN NASSAU STREET, CLOTH Mad oi 88 block* ol lot*, 48 la block* The finder will eonf?r a favor by leaving it atffl Park row, room 10. IOST-AT OOOPE* INSTITUTE. 7T1I INHT , WHITE j jTory Opera Olass -.name engraved. Kinder return lmrsatne to BCHIFF, 163 Ninth avenue, will receive ??. No question# a-ked. L~OST? ON KI'NDAY KVENINO. MAY 26, BETWEEN Foonh avenue and Twrntythlid street, and Nix th and Eleventh .itrecK a Uold Hr.u-t Pin. Tho tinder will rpeelve tit reward upon returning the pin to lit Wont Eleventh stieit. ' LOBT-OV TIM'RSOA y, the 2?TH, A PAIR or COM) Eye Glasses, between llarlem depot and Bleecker street. The tinder will lie rewarded by leaving them at 113 Bleecker street. ' I,. BARTI,ETT,_ LOHT-A CHECK, I1RAWN RY N. P. H. CURTIS, 70 I'trivetiHy place, on the ilank of the Metropolis, pay able ?0 oider of (!. II. Holden. tor $1 10, and dated May 31. 187A As pnymetit bus been Mopped the public are warned not io negotiate '?sine. IO?T? ON SATURDAY, A SMALL WHITE POODLE J Dog l.lberol reward lor Its i eturu to 106 East Sixty ?eeon.l street. RBW A f 1 1 ) s . MA REWARD.? LOST? A RINO, HAVINtT EN graved on an onyx stone llie letters M. o. o. as a Sonogram. The nliovc reward will be paid on the return ?f the ring to mom IB, 1110 Rromlway. Artr REWARD AND NO OUESTIONS ASKED TO U >6<J any one n turning a mMaff-dzed green pet Parrot, with white beak, yellowish head aud one vvlng n llttlo lower than the other. 'I he parrot ??i lost Mnce May IK, A liberal reward will be fiAid fil-o to any ono fitvtnganv information where it can he tmind. Address E. M.,37i) Lexington avenue, corner Forty tlrst "trect 4t1AA REWARD. -HTOLEN, ONE GRAY HORSE 16k hands high, 8 years old ; ono top Rttray, lined with blue cloth, and one Hor*? Blanket and Tio Wrap, by a man ft teet 10 inch** In height, sandy chin whbikers, fhort cnt;44 to 46 years old. The above reward will he paid at 2! and 34 William street (A. L J'rb'n livery ?table). Newark. N ? HEW Alton. RKWAHD ?2.? LOST, TWO FLOUR ACCOUNT BHOKS, benrii'D Twenty-ninth street and Third avenue, anil Tweutj-'.blrd street mil) Le\lu>:tua avenue. The above reward wiUbe paid on the return of the hooks to CV org? Cantlsy, M7 Kecottd avenue or Hopkins A Co., 40 Water street HOPKINS A CO., 40 Water street HPBC1U NOTICBS. HERALD BRA NCH OFFIOE.BROOKLYN, ? corner oi' Kvlloit avenue and Boerum street Opes tram A A. M. to 8 P. M. _ A LARGE ASSORTMENT or HOOTS, 8 BOBS 'frank* and Valines at t ho Oreat Kamily Shoe K m po rt nm. X*) llowrv, conii'r o! Bond street, selling at M per cent bo low Broadway prices. W. O. BigEIjOW. BOBERT IRWIN. ALL PF.R30N8 WHO DESIRE TRMPORARY LOANS on Uielr llie insurance policies can borrow the sur render value at the Insuran t Agencv, No. 83 Cedar street, room 2. * -KOYaL hay ana lottery, priori reduced. i.# J. B. MART1NES6 A CO.. Banker*. _ 10 Wall street, box 4.?S Poit ottlcc, New York. 4 IX THE OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OK THE ROYAL 1 Havana and Kentucky state Lotteries always on tile. CLAHK, Broker, No. 1 Astor place, eorncr Broadway. 4 -KENTUCKY STATU I.OTT!: HIES. 1. LINDA I'EIt A. CO., Broker*, . 14* Mercer, one door below Houston street. A -OFFICIAL DRAWING# KENTUCKY BTATR LOTTERIES. 1E-MTII KV? CXTB4 CI. A *3 NO. 378? JO?C? 8, 1872. 16, 29, 9, 47, 41, 22, 9?, 28, 27, B4. ?, 48. eejuticbt? cms* so. S74? jc<i8 8, 1?7>. G8, 41, 42, 14, 44, It, 02. II, 72, 2, 9, 81. I'AIMXUU? kXtBA Cl.jLS.1 MO. 27.V-.I Uti K 8, 1372. 20, 22, 41. 64, 48, 62, 2, 21, S3, 84. iMDrcin? <j.as? no. 271? Jose 8. 187?. ?0, 7U, 70,- 41, 71, 78, 04, \ 39, 68. SIMMOlW A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. J. CLUTE, Broker, 10# Broadway ; Post office box 1.969. A? OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF ROYAL HAVANA . alii Kentucky State Lotteries always on tile. J. CLUTE, Broker, Broadway, in* Pultun struct, No. 2 Park row. Port oniee box 4,909.' A TALANTAS AND LONDONERS. IjOOK OUT FOP. THB EXTRA TBLEGAM ON MONDAY. FULL PARTICULARS OF THE CRK.YT INTERNATIONAL BOAT RACE. Book store.-new and second hand books to be bought and sold. 671 Hudson street. pOAOH BODY MAKERS' ASSOCIATION -V MEET ing of tho above Association will be held on Monday evening, . I une id, at 2ft Itolaiieey street, for the eonsidera tlon of important business. All heavy bi.dy makers aro requested to attend. By order of the Executive Com mittee. ri IU ND MASS DEMONSTRATION.? ALLTHeTraDBS II Unions who lake part in the demonstration next Monday are. requested to send their delegates to the meet ing which will take place this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, in Teutonia Assembly Rooms, 158 Third avenue, to take ac tion for jaid demonstration. _ THE RIcnT-noUR LEAQUB. Harness makers wanted? to attend a meeting to l e luldat Uio Alloghany Hotel, corner Seventeenth Street and Third avenue, on Monday even ing, June 10, 1372. AVANA LOTTERY- BROKERS.? FINE IMPORTED Cigars at low prices. BATES A CO., 447 Broome street, two doors west of Broadway. Havana lottery.? three fikst numbers re cclved for June 8 bv JOSEPH BATES, 190 Broadwav, room 4. ME A RES' HAKES' PARAGON SniRTB. Made to Order and Warranted to Fit Sent by express, C. O. D., to any part ol tho countrv, at the following prices 8 Shirts, good muslin and good linen fid SO ti Shirts, Mason\ille intwlln and One linen 12 DO G Shirts, Wumsutta mil ?din and very One linen 13 50 0 Shirts, Now York Mills and best linen IS 00 Fancy fihlrUn/i in great variety. Directions lor Measurement sent on applic ation. RICHARD MS AUKS, Gentlemen'* Furnishing Goods, Sixth nvenne and Nineteenth street. Now York. ME." NATAUE T1LMAN A CO. TFaV E REMOVED to 12 East Six teem h street, between Union squuro and Fltth avenue. H VTOTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PARTIES IN i s tere.Kted that the ('?muni -sioners appointed und . r Chap 680 of I itwsoi 1872 will meet at the Sixth District Court Room, on Monday evening, June in, at 7)i o'clock, to ex amine into i ho lacts and olrcoinstances relating to the ctu tracts ii nd awards made by the Mayor, Ac. ,of the city ol Now York, with the following named persons, to wit : ? John Bryan? Award of contracts Nov. 23, 1870, for paving with Stowo fhitnduuon pavement White st, Broadway to W. HrOnd a- ay ; '5'J? st, 4tli av. to East ltlver; 20th, 27th am! 2rfih, 0th av. to Hudson River; 30th *L, Mil av. to Hudson Itiver; 40th st , Madison av. to Hudson ltlver. 23J2? P. Farley. Sewers. 10th av., Manhattan to Taw reiu-e st. ; and Lawrence st.. nth av. to 12ith st. 2151? C. O. Watcrbury, Pres't. Nicholson puvement. 43d st., 3d to 4 th a v. 2233? C ii. Watcrbury, Pres't. NichoUon pavement. 44ili st., 9th to Mmli-oii av. 2108 ? Thomas Geurty. Paving. 9tli av.. 14th to 23d st. I'D:*)? F. C. Crowley. Paving. 42d st., 10th uv. to Hud on River. 2tH<:? K. C. Crowley. 1'aving. ftlth St., 8th to 9tli av. 2392? L. W. Johnson. Paving. 24th st , titli to 10th av. tif.ll? T,. W. Johnson. Paving. 34th st.., 9lh to lOtli uv. 2212? Robt. Moors. Reg., Ac. 81st st, 9th av. to Drive. 1*21.1 ? Hob', Beers. Ileg., Ac. C9th St., Hudson It. to Drive. And on Tuesday evening, .lime 111, the tollowiiig, to wit:? E. J. (Jmrk. Special com ruct tor rcg., Ac. l3S.li st., 4th to 8tli av. Wm. Balrd. Award of contract for paving 11th st, 4th av. to av. A. 2131? M. J. Green. I'avlng. Mth St., 9th to 10th av. 21.12? M. J. Green. Reg., Ac. (Wlh st., 10th av. to Hudson River. 2293? James Everard. Paving. 22d St., 4th av. to Broad way. 2191? .lames Evorard. Paving. 38th st, Lexington av. to Ear-t River. 23(>i ? Jumcs Everard. Flagging. 65th st, Broadway to Hth av. 2113? P. Farley. Sewer. With st., 4th to fith av. 2274. 2U7H? P. Farley. Sower. 81 ft, 3<1 to Ub a v. 1964 ? Smith A Noonan. Sewer. 5tli av., 4tith to fr.'th st. IMS? Smith A Noonan. Sewer. Madi-on nv.,46;htor>9th st rret. 2383? James Oearty. Flagging. 61st St., Broadwoy to 8ili av. 2238? JamciGcarty. Paving. 56th st., 8th av. to Hudson River. 2242? Jam** Gearty. Pnvlng. Eldridge st, Houston to Division r.t. 18V"?? Jitiyes Gearty. Rep., Ac. 69th St., 1st av. to East Kicor. 2104? T. G. Oii'ks. Pnvlng. Av. C, Houston to 18th st. 21X9? C. Kcy<M Paving. Msedougal st., Spring to 8(h *t. 227 1? P. farlev. ijfwcr. With st. JOSIAII SUTHERLAND, ) HOOPER VAN VORS r, / Commissioners. D. R. JA'f1 BW. ) C. II, S. Wiixmms, ClerE Nkw Yoaa, June 8, IH72. Notice.? the employes of the singer Manufacturing Company, ?nch as i-rc ^'llli'ig to resume work again, will meet on Tuesday, June ti, at two o'clock P. M , at the New York A??ei\?bly Rooms, corner of Secoud avenue and First street ORDER8FOR CLEARINO HOI SKS AND Sltl'V^ OF bedbugs, water bugs, routh ;s, moths and fleas eail ?.<i lelt nt II. S. DANZINtlEB'S oiflcii, 73 Forsyth street, o r 2>>4 West Forty-first street. J^OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OP CUBA. The following numbers drew the Ave capital prizes, drying June 1, 18<8, C'lnss W,190. $1(V),00() 2,372 Wt.OtX) 14,M$ - J6,i?j0 3.HH . 10,000 7.30? 5.0 0 Prise* rAtlW ut pur. Order* and Information furnished. TA Y I. OH A CO., Hankers, 1(1 Wall atreot ROVAL HAVANA LOTTERY.? DR A WI MO OK 8TH Jun<Ul?W:-Xo. #,180 >;r<w $100,000: No. 2,172 drew $.V>,10); No. MJMdrww $2.1,000. <*. ? MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall itreet. Post office !iox 4,fiH6, Now York. E*~""0YAL "HAVANA LOTTERY," KENTUCKY STATE and Oermaa Lotteries.? UGlcl.il of Uie above Lotteries kept on file. D. LINUO, llrolier. 418 sixth av., and 24 Ed at Eighteenth .it., m ar Broadway. QTEAM AND OAS FITTERS. AND ALL TRADES AND Cj men connected In steam fitting shop* will assemble iniiin'int Puinain Hull, on Monday evening, June U, nt 8 I o'clock sharp. to take action In tho cHihf-hnur movement. SPECIAL NOTICE. -A M DEFEND OP THE PIANO forto manufacturer* wNI bu held Jiirw 10, 1872, at 10 o'clock A. )l? at the Monument House, No. 0 union square. Punctual attendance Is particularly requested. lit ED. II AinKLTON, President. QTAMMERERS, WHY IK) *YOU STAMMER WHEN Cj you can got cored at New York Stammering Institute 107 Went Twenty-third street, New York ; no pay until cured ; good reference* furnished. UK M I'NBON ~ P H O NO O RAP 1 M O SOCIKTY OK THE eity of New York hold* if* monthly meeting at 741 ltroadwav, Tuesday evening, June II. I*7i. JAMES E. MfNSON, President d|r,7lj rr U is daily drawn in the ekuu. l/ed Kentucky state I.ottery ; $100,000, Sold, was drawn in Royal Havana Lottery of t;uh* une H. AddreiM HALEY A CO. (office established 3) years), 174 Hruadway. Villi A UTS. mo the lovers or the rms arts.? one or l the best specimens of the greatest master of sea flcces, signed William Vandewe Id, 1701, to be seen at No. I diversity place. This is an opportunity seldom occurs ot possessing one of the finest gems of art in the world. WANTED TO PVRCIIA8E Wanted? one pair second-hand shears, for cutting 2't iueli square iron. Apply tiniuc<llatcly to W. W. C., "V White Him t. lUfANTED To Pl'RCHASR-A ClOAR STAND, 8TO K VY and Fixtures, in a good neighborhood. Addrcsi J. K. Mm 118 West Twenty third afreet. WATCHES, JEWEIiKV, PRANKFIEI.l) A CO , JBWELU RA, , x,rtl ,A VK tiiic. corner Fourteenth Ktreet, and A23 Eijjntli avenue, eorner Twcntv-tixth street. Watches, Diamonds, Cuckoo and French Clocks, sterling Silver and flncai Silver-plated Ware, fine selection*, at very low prices. T MAONIKICENT BARi IAIN.? DIAMONDS AND French Jewelry for tale Call at 194 lieiwejiu) Thirteenth and Fourteenth nreet*. Call at 194 Sixth avenac, recta Hi* LBORAND. JdUi A. DRY OOOD8. T. STEWART A CO. will open on MONDAY. June 10, severe! new DEMONS of extra oiiality. PARIS MoQUETTE CARPETS, t received. and they will make large additions to their POPULAR STOCKS Ot FRFNCn MOQt'ETTF.8, ?3, formerly DM per yard. 5 I ItA.MB ENGLISH BODY BRUSSELS, 93 per yard. ENGLISH TAPESTRV, best qualities, |1 90. ENGLISH WILTONS, ultra quality, only 93. ll(Mt quality English ROYAL. WllVrONH, 92?. RUOS, 11 ATM, OILCLOTHS. Canton and Cocoa KATTlNllH, Ac , at proportionately low prices. Broadway, Fourth avenue, Ninth anil Tenth ?t r?-? u, T. STEWART * CO. will oncn on MONDAY, June 10, 600 LAWN DRESSES, $2 23 each, upwards. 6(10 PURB LINEN DITTO, Imndsome'y trimmed, 95 each upwards PARIS auit BERLIN MADE POPLIN AND MOHAIR DRESSES, $15 eaeh upward* Paris made BLACK SILK WALKING SUITS, only $00. Largo la voice 9-TUCK CAMBRIC SKIRTS, only 76c. EXTRA QUALITY UNIVERSAL DITTO, ?1. Lars* Invoice FMliROIDF.RRD DITTO, equally attractive. Tbe prices of the greater portion ot these an LESS TllAN THE COST or MATERIAL, independent of mak In addition to the ahove, everv variety of NEW and RLROANT NOVELTIFS for LADIES', MISSUS', CHIL DREN'S and BOYS' WEAIt, received by each anil every steamer. Please call and cxamlno. Broadway, Fourth avenue , Ninth and Tenth street*. A- JOHNSON, BURNS A CO., ? Importer* ot FRENCH MILLINERY OOODS, Respectfully announce to their customers and tlie public that tliev will offer GREAT INDUCEMENTS In MILLINERY AND STRAW OOODS, On Monday, June 10. The Reason being now far odvauced tor their wholesale trade, they purpose removing the greater portion of their large stock iron) their wholesale house, and 150 Broadway, to their retail house in Union square, in order to close out the balance of their spring and summer importations ana make room for their fall goods, which are now being purchased by Mr. Johnson and Mr. Burns in the French, Englisn and Uerrnan mar kets. Will continue to offer tlio following goods at a further r enaction on former pil 'es:? 3.1)00 ca.-es of Straw Ooodv in Milan chip, Leghorn and hair, will be sold at less than cost. One lotot Leghorn Flats, very flne goods, $2 25, $3, It and $5. One lot of Milan Turbans, $2at*>! ?i 50; extra flue goods. One lot of Kirk laud Shade Hals, at $1 25, $i 50, $1 75 and $2 25. One lot of Dolphins, in line Milan, $1 25s?id 91 5'). Bcvetal lots of boys' and mis?es' Milan, l^egTioru and rongh and ready Braids, trimmed and untrinained, 60e., 75c., 91, 91 25, *l SO and 92. RIBBONS. J.IiO.i cartons of Ribbons, at a reduction of 25 to 33 per cent On? lot of 7-Inch colored Oros drains, $1 and $1 25; worth tl 2.M1111I 91 50. One lot of 7-incb all boiled, warranted all silk, %e. ; worth $1 25. One lotol l'ln'd Sash Ribbons, 85c. ; worth $1 25. One lot of Scotch Plaids.vae. ; worih 91 25. One lotol Roman Bnsli Ribbons 81 2ft; worth $1 75. One lot of Fancy and Roman Sashes, damaged ; former price 97 50: wi.l he sold lor tl 50. line Tot 01 Black Oros Orain Ribbons, N09. 12 and 10, 30e. and 35c. ; worth 40e. and 50c. One lot of rich tiros Grain Trimming Ribbons, In all the new anil dcllcate shades. Including peacock green, para disc blue, sages, Ac., Ac., equally low. FRENCH FLOWERS. Are now offering their large and elefant assortment of French Flowers, their own lmportat!on,^#r< duction of 50 per cent LACKS. Extra Bargains In their Iwtce Determent. Having made large purchases at ibe late auction sales, will otter great Inducements lu Black Thread *ud Utupuie Laoaa. One Kit, 150 pieces, from one to Ave inches wide, real , French goods, from 60c. to 9t 50 per yard? le** thou gold I cost. One lot of l'arasol Covers, very choice patterns, at halt I the original cost. One lot of real Llama Shawls and Sacques, from 9'0 to 9t?? li-ss than cost 01 imnoi'tittion. Spanish Lace V'clN aim Scarls, Yacht Laccr, new pat terns in Spanish and colored Cluuy Laces. One |ob lot, 5,(100 yards, of Hambnrg Edginqs, 12c. pi r yard and up wards; extraordinary bargains. One. lot of white I'lnucs, S5c. [er yard : worth too. One lot of Victoria Lawns, 2S.\ ; worth 35c. Ladles' ni l gentlemen's Linen Handkerchlcls, plain and hem-stitched, 91 75, $2, 9- 6<?, 9- 75 per down and up wards. DRESS TRIMMINGS. Are now offering (he balance of their large Importation of Dress and Cloak Trimmings, comprising Fringes, Gimps, Button", Braids, Ac... at n reduction of 50 per oent. One lot of white Cotton Trimmings at half price. Mil linery Ornaments, Jet Sets, Fans, Hair Brushes, Nail and Tooth Brushes. Portmonnttfcs, Ac., Ac., utgreutly reduced prices. All goods sold to m'llitierc: and dre!*mftkers In our retail house will he Charged at our wholesale prices. JOHNSON, BURNS A CO., Union square. T THE GREAT WEST HIDE ESTABLISHMENT. L SOLINUEK BROS. will oflcr the coining week the inust extraordinary bargains evor offered. H,'H? Ladies' Linen Suits, warranted all Linen, trimmed in varlou* rhndes, at $l, reduced from >,(**) Ladle*' Lawn SnitH, In while, brown, but!, Bismarck anil nil other desirable shades, reduced Iroui SI" lo $A. I, St*) i.adii ??' Suits to bo closed out rogardles* of cost. (MAW children's Suit* Included, at $2 AO, t" 0-, $2 !?>. and ?.i M. SOUNDER BRO*. will clear out 10,090 French Corsets, at 50c. At great bargains, the cclebro od Thompson and Mr'. Moody's* Glove tilting Corsets. BOI.INOKR HHOH. will offer Ftill pr ater bargain* in Jjidtc*' rndcrgarincnt*. La d lea' Chemises, trimmed with Edging, Tucking, *<? nt 70c. and '.lir.. , worth $i 78. ladles' Drawers tritailied Mine o* Chemise.*, ?t 4fiC. and up. Ladies' Toilet Jackets, an cMinl-Jte article, h! $1 :S, worth $2 76. LadlN?' Nightgowns, nt $i find up. Job Calico w rappc rs, 11 60 KOI.INOEII BROS. 'will ntl'er the most advanced *(?!??* In Bustle*, at a-toni?hlng bur c?.ttis, ranging from SOc up. Ladle*' anil Children's Aprons mafic from the best plain a nOk nlaid Jaconet", at 25e,, :?ic , ?2c. and 60c. SOLlNGEfc HROH. w II oiler their entire stuck of Ribbons at a reduction of 40 per cent. 7-hlch itroH grain Ribbon at Me. IHnch ml boiieri nt fi Sr. Ladles, particular attention is railed to the iact tlint our Buys' Salts, braided In different shade, formerly have been rcduc d to (I 96. HO LINGER BROS. have just received from la.-t week's auction sales several rases of real and imitation Gaipure, Point, Cltinv, Blonde and Thriiid Lace* at PaoAralleloo iiaigains. KQLINOKR BROS. will offer a job lot of Handling Edginiraml Inscrtlou at 12 V- a yard ; value 3I?\ A discount to the trade rara?d<, Parasols rcductd one half. Walking C*nc Parasols, reduced Uitl. Best fun Uinbrtllas in the city at great bargains. HOLINGER TIROS. will open, lu their dre?* department, Polite 40 pieces Kroch Klgtired Organdie, Piimm?r attention, at 12c. a yard i rcductsi from 36c. Summer 23 pleccf Satin Htrii ed Blank ilreuadine, Summer No regular price 91 .17 ; redum-d to 74c. Hummer urging. one case oi Genuine Japanese Stripes Silks. at 39c. ; reduced iromSI., AT THE GREAT WES f SIDE ESTABIJS1IMENT OF 8OLIN1IER BROS., CORNER OF CARMINE AND 11 1 JEBCERR STREETS. IADIEH Jadics' Ladles' Ladles' Ladles' Ladies' L'ttlie*' Ladies' Lm lies' Ladles' I-adlcs' I .allies' Ladies' at PKY roN'B 272 an 1 . N. B -We Invito magnificent stock, wlulo our K licet are price*. SILK Japanese lo|iliti Grenadine Organdie Pongee Llwn Batliste Vlotoria Uwn Promenade Travelling Hea-lde Everyday PEV*&X'S, 274 it' ITS, \ilts, gtnts, "me, Hum. Huit/, Suit.*, Suit*, Hint*. Suite, Suite, Hnil*, Hints, at PEYTON'S Bowery particular attention to oar present Our garment* are strictly first class, tr> *?- less than Proadwa* DRV ttOOD*. IT HICIIAHJJ MEARE8', Math avenue and Nineteenth street, Yon can purchase every article you want for spring or awnmer wear. Udl?? making purchase* preparatory to leaving for the cou?try can save time ami trouble by vUIUhk our (MMWUMnt Wo keep always a tVill assortment of new est atykee at lowest price*. We at* new opening a lar*e hue of Black Silk*, ?ult. a 1>M f#r Union grenadine dresses, at very low rales. One lot a Inch Black Mlk.s, IMc. One lot 24 inch Black Silks, SI, 91 15. OM kit 90 and 3d inch Black Milks extra wide, for lining, $1, $i is and 91 20. M pieces Bla< k Gros ilralu and Taffeta Silk*, 91 <0, $1 SO and 91 75 yard ; SOo. yard und<<r usual rates. Beet brand* Lyons 811k*, 92, 92 50, 92 76 and 93. 60c. to 91 yard under Broadway price*. ?11 the favorite make* of Black Silks, Bonnett*. Tapiasler, Ac. Splendid Cold Trimming Silks, 91 60 yard. Black and White Striped Silk*, 75c. Striped Sllk?, In all tlm different styles and color*, tl, 91 l?, 9> 26 and 91 60 yard. 60 piece* Striped Japanese Silks, 00c. yard. CO pieces fluent da, 86c and 70c. ; former price, 91. Bxtra Inducement* In Dress Goods, at great bargains. 2 esses *Uk striped Grenadine*, ife. and 20c. ; worth 35c . 160 piece* fluvr Good*, In choiceet styles ot Black and White stripes, beat patterns offered this season, 2ftc. yard. MM piece* plain black silk and wool Grenadine, 60c., Mc., Oft', yard; >?!d at 91 last year. 20 pieces Mack silk and wool Grenadine, 2 yard* wide, 91 2A yard; worth 92 no. 160 pieces plain color Silk Grenadine?, 28c. 60 pieces very rich white ground Grenadine*, wide colored tatin stripe, 44c. ; very choice. 60 piece* cold Grenadine*, satin stripe, 60c. 100 piece* Chene LIMe Poplins, all colors, 26c., 2Sc. and 30c. yurd ; worth double. 1,000 piece* Poplins, lustres and mohairs luc style*. plaiu and fancy, 25c. to 90c. Best black Alpacas, 3 Sc., 44c., 60c. atul 60c. 800 pieces fast color Prints, lv'9'c. With a full line of Mourning Goods, nt unusually low prices. IN OUR SHAWL DEPARTMENT our ctttomeri will find a vi ry large and clcgnm assort ment of newest designs in Lace Sacque*, Shawls, Capes, Ac., at the lowest price* offered this season. Fine Lace Sacques, flowing sleeves, $'! In 912. Much better Good", In full size;', 912 lo $.11. Very rich Pattern", in finest goods, 920 to 930. ISO Lace I'olnL*, very rich pattern*, closely covered all over, 920; sold^very where at 930. Pusher Lace Cape* and Bertha1'. 95 to $10. Parasol Cover* In pusher. Llama and real thread, In richest patterns, largest assortment In the city. 400 real Llama Parasol Covers, 9'1, as good nn sold all over at $6. IN OUR LACK DEPARTMENT re have made large addition* this week, and nov offer bargains lu guipure, thread Valenciennes, imitation thread, finny and Spanish Laces. Potted Nets, Brussels Nets. IiIjk U and white spot. 20 pieces l lii'-k and white Spot Met*. 3ik\ ; a b trgaln. Hamburg Edgings and Inserlin.;*. guipure hands. Plain and hemmed linen Handkerchief*, Neck Ruilliugs; largest ami cheapest assortment iu t ho city. Ol'R HOSIERY, GLOVE AND UNDEKGARMENT DEPARTMENT in now replete with every make and quality adapted to the present season. Our new Dollar Kid Glove, "The Brcvoort,' our own importation, is conceded to lie the best low priced glove iu the market All the New Shades now in stock. LADIES', GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S SUMMER MERINO VESTS. every make and quality. Satin .lean Drawers, all size*. Gent*' Summer Merino Vests, half sleeves. 69c. Hoys' Summer Merino Vests, 60c. and 00c. Ladies' flue Summer Vests, 60c., tU-.'. and ftlc. Misses' Summer Merino Vests, 3.*''., S8e. and 40c. Gents' Silk Windsor Scurf, six Inches wide, Mc. lUOdo/en best English Half Hose, $2 S4 dozen. IN OUR UNDERGARMENT AND CORSET DEPART M I'NT we arc offering every day greatest inducements to i>urel'ia*er*. Orral bargain* In Ladle*', Mi?*e*' nn I Child's Undergarment* in Muslin, Cambric and Linen. every quality and style. Ladies' Obruiitcr, made ol line linen, S> so and Si 95. Ladles' Chemises, with flue Hamburg triimnlnir. (2 sy and $:i 10. Cambric Chemise*, laee trimming, SI. Linen Drawer*, Hamburg ir Itiimiiit: it n<l tuck*. $2 3^. Linen Druwers, ? I lit llanilntrf; ??iliritttf, pulling and luck", ft 12. Lad leu' Linen Drawers, with line Hamburg edglnir, imcrting and t u--k $:> 12. Cambric Wulking Skirie, two ruffle*, tuek* between. $1 ?&? Ladled' Plaited Waists, <)5e. Cambric and Muslin Dr? Hsing Haeque*, 75c and 95c. COR8KTH, PANIF.lt AND HOOl'SKJRTH, In all the favorite ma lien, of Imported and do ncstie good*. Itoopskirt and Punlcrs, We. to 00c., new shape*. Ol'R HOUSEKEEPING and DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT contain* every article necessary. Dama*k 'I able Linen*, Napkin* and Towel*. Large and spli nd.d no k oi lluck towel*, Aa. turkey red !? ruit Nnpkin*, SI 1% dozen. Good size Linen Doylies, lOc., 76c. dozen. All Linen Napkin*, tine quality, si. Si 25 and SI 50 do/en. Pure Liil? a lluck Towel*, yard long and heavy, S<: and S'2 25 dozen ; a bargain. Same uudiily, only wider and looker, S2 AO and Si dozen ; splendid value. Damaik Linen Tuvalu, Urg-w/c, ti 75. St, S3 50 and Si 7ft. Superfine. Damask Towel*, extra l?r*e l<A?t pood*, SL S* 50 and S5. Half bleached Linen Damask. 48c. and 50c. Bleached Linon Table Damask, tVJc. Extra fine Snowdrop and Figured Table Duma.-k, lull two yard* wide, 7.'c. undtJOc. Be*t Linen Damask finest good* and pattern*, i lull width, 81. SI b'and SI :0. Wc specially ask the attention of our customers (o these Goods ; they arc the best value offered Oil* season. Marseille* and Pique-, all market! down. good <1 urtl Itj*, now wiling at 18c., 20r. and 25o. Victoria Lawns, 20c., 25c and 30c MILLINKKY GOODS. Fap?rb assortment of fine French Flower*, in latest styles imported. Fine MLraw llats and I urban*, in newest shape*. Round Hats and Bonnet*, triinmed and untriinmed, imported und ol our own tniinulaeturi', finished and trimmed In the most elegant manner, equal to anything sold on Broadway. Richly trimmed Turban* and Ilats. Si to S'i. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SUIT* Lawn, Linen. Marwille* and Cambric, all style* Inianla' Merino and Marseille* Cloaks, LaeeCiijw, Ac. Children's Linen Blouse*, braided, SI 50 and SI 75 Children's embroidered Pique Suits, S2 25, S2 :*>. S2 5'?, S3. Fine embroidered Linen Suits, *2. S2 25, S2 .%?. L?iHci' Linen Suits, with Talma, Oversklrt and IXeep Kuflin on skirt, handsomely braided. SIM and S-"". Ladle*' Linen Suite, witii Oversklrt, Buttle all round, S5, S'' and S7. Ladl"?' dt\ lishlv Trimmed Suit*. S", Sf and S'" Very haudsome l.im n and Batiste Snlfs, trimmed with Brown and itlHck I awn, SI2 to S>5. Wblto Lawn Huits, with Overskirt, Walrt and Talma, trimmed with ruffling, bias tucking. 600 dozen 8wl*? and Lawn, Buff and White Shirred Hat* lor ladies and children, 3He . usual price S'. RIBIIONS AND DREM TRIMMINGS. Now opening all the new and delicate shade* of Plain and groagra n Bonnet Ribbon*, Plain olid I'lald s.cli it. 1. 1, oris. Necktie* and Hashes. 500 dozen 5-Inch Twill, d Silk Ties, all colors, 35o. , a great bargain, have been sold at 7.ra and SI. 300dozennlde best quality Double Twilled Windsor Silk Ties, 4?c., sold all over at S5c. aud 75c. RICH PARBEMENTERII: TRIMMINGS AND GIMPS. Hlaek Twut Fringe*. Cold Fringe* and Heading*, large an I elegant ssa irtmenf. BlacA Twfr. Prinne Guipure Headings, very rich. KM ALL WARB8. NOTIONS, Ac. I.argc?t and cheapest stock In tl ? clfy Toilet Artlele^, r*oaps, Perfumery, Morocco, ltusil'i Leather dud Canvas Bags and Purse* OF BVHRY SIZB~AfcD QUALITY, RD HARD MF.ARE8, 1'Ui ivmm ao?l Nineteenth ?ir0f !. DUV GOODS. ^ ?STERN BROTHERS, 367 Sixth avenue, between ^w(Dtf'MtOBd and Twenty-third streets. flro.it reduction lu prices In every department lu every department. In every department. A* we deslro to rcdnee our stock as much as possible before the dose of the season, wo have marked down entire line* of good* fully fifteen per cent We will open Monday morning new and very desirable lines of Ren I flu I pure and Thread Lares, Roall and Italian Valenciennes Laces, French 1 2nd Vvltin't N>iiU(,U LftCe#" < lUny L*CI'S j auction cale., at uuusnally tow prices. K pie i id id assortment of Hamburg Kd|il igs and Insertion*, from IK', a j ard up to Swiss Kdgingsand Insertions. tiuitnire linnds very eholeo (tuck. Applique Tidies, all size* anil shape?. we are known to Mill our Embroideries less than any other houte In Die city. Paroaoia and Sun Umbrella*. II will pay you to pric elsewlic ro. Our entire i took marked down. An Inspection of this de partment will convince la dle* that We are offering a richer and larger variety at full} ten percent lea* than , any establishment In the ? <& elty. our Parasols be fort purchasing Ladle*' Sulle. Ladles' Still S. Ladles' Suits. Ladli n Suits. Real hurgaios In We have now in stoeS ovi r fifty different siyles, made from the most popular and newest materials, trimmed and gotten up In the latent and mo*t fashionable manner, ranging in price from S'J 75 to fit. tvilli l>ii(Uivr 'I >i , * U i i Indies' Unit". Lad lea' Suit*. Ladle*' Suits. Ladies' Suits. Indies' Hints. Ladles' Knits. Ladies' Suits. White Lawn Suits, with Fulling, Tucking and binl>roidery, really elegant, at #'i an, #s, (in an and upward. Lawn, Percale and Calico Wrappers, very cheap. Ureal bargains in llandkcrctiicls. 00 dozen Ladies' pure Linen Hemstitched Handker chiefs at $1 per dozen, usual price '.'ft. 7ft dozen Ladles' I, In-n Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at $2 25 per dozen, worth $1 125 dozen extra Hue at $2 50 anil $3 Ml a dozen. Having purchased an entire case at a great Joh Kale, we are offering them lully 2-1 per cent km than they can be Imported for. Linen Collars and Cuffs, Chemisettes and Embroidered Bom, extremely low price*. Splendid line of Portemonnnlea, runl Huvda I -eat tier Books, at Hie. and 110c., ramus and ltus?ia Leather Hooks, at 83c. Choice stock of fans. Elegant Vienna fans at 21c., 2iV., 31c., 40c. and 4fe. tilt Mlick, ltut'iu lA-atlier and other styles equally us cheap. Espeelal attention Is called to our Splendid line ot made-up Ren! and Imitation Lace Hood*, Sleeves, Collars, Chemisettes, Klelius, Capes, Huilles and Bows. Fine Lace Collars at Inc., 2:tc., 25e., 42c. Making up All our l.aco Hoods, we are enuljied to Nil Uietn greatly loss than other stores. Undergarment Department. Ladies before going to the country can save a great deal of time and trouble by inspecting our very extensive and elegant line of Utiles' and chil dren's Underwear. CotnprMn* every article I In ktiowu as necessary | Muslin, Linen to I and A lady's Wardrobe. | Cambric, greatly below what ladle* ( *n make them up themselves. Wo shall offer Monday morning somo very desirable Sl'v'jial bargain* in Olieini.-e*. Nightgowns and Drawc 307 STERN BROTHERS, Pistil avenue. BS7 ^11 1 THE RUSH STILL CONTINUES AT THE New Pry Hoods JiL I CONKLIKG A CO., I 703 Broadway, between Eighth uinl Ninth wired ?, AND CROWDS COMK FROM ALL DIRECTIONS TO t?C tllohO tK iiuiifnl Llama Plawli, from auction, $5 on, wtirth $in at 10 (m, worth 18 9) 2l? 00, worth S5 00 Also elpEnnt design* In Rnhltmn ijualilv, from $25 to tin; tlneat Imported, at lesa than half price. Auil crou iI.h come from ail direction* to sec Ihoso elcfc'nut Mama La e? ?acquc*. I from auction, $'? ft >, worth $12 00 10 (W, worth IS no IB 00, w?rth 26 (?J 20 00, worth 33 0M Al*n, Beautiful Pattern* in Superior 'Quality, from H-'ft to the llnc*t imported. Real LIhiuu l'arusol Cover*, $1 25, worth $2 no 1 60, worth 2 SO 2 00, worth 3 00 Bcal Point Fmrre** Collar*, 6 80, worth 10 00 7 Ml, worth 12 00 11 00, worth 19 00 Real Point Collar* 3 00 and upward!) Kcal Oulpure Lace 1ft, wortli 25 Real Guipure l.nec 2ft, worth W Heal diilpiirc Lace . ... 3fl, worth 45 Leal Oulpure Lace. 50, worth 75 1'iiniMiU troni auction . 1 00, worth 1 50 Paranoia 1 50, worth 2 00 Paranoia 2 00, worth 3 00 Krai Mack Thread Bailie* 2 .'.0. worth 3 50 8 Oil, worth 4 !M1 4 mi worth 5 50 Real Black Thread Capef ? ??? 20 0"), worth 30 00 HO 00, worth 40 Ol WOO, worth 50 00 Real Thread Parasol Cover* 16 00, worth 20 00 20 i)0, worth 28 00 2ft 00, ' worth 40 u>) And crowd* come from nil direction* to we those Pi iio Victoria Lawn* from nuctlon.... 12^, worth 20 Fine Nninwiok. ... 2ft, worth 30 Pine l'lai.l and Striped Nainsook 20, worth 25 Pine 4-4 Organdy 2ft, worth 85 Pine Organdy, 2 yards wide 5o, worth to And crowd* come from all direction* So fee tbo-e Yard wide Pongee Mixture*, roni auction, 12Jic., worth 25e. Vard wide French Percale*, from auction, 12, '-e., worth 2.V. Vard wide Leno Clolh, from anetlon, 15c., worth 30c. Yard wide Grl?*ale Poplin*, from auction, 375^0., worth 50c. Vard wide (ioatskin I'oplin*, Irom auction, 37J?c , worth 50c. Striped and flcured Iron Orenndlne*, 18c , worth 25c. Plain Color?, In new shade*. lr< n Orcnadlno*, 25c , worth 30c. And crowd* conic from all direction* to sec thoae 2 yard* wide silk and wool ?old medal iron Grenadine*, from auction $1 no. worth $2 no 1 ftO, worth 2 60 1 75, worth 3 00 2 00, worth 3 ftO '? Iron frame Grenadine, *ilk and wool . . .Me., worth 4ftc. 4ilc., worth fiOr. 50e., worth 75c. Black Alpaca, good quail tv, 2Ac., worth 35c. Black Pari* Ottshmere, I'i yard wide, 70c ., worth PSc. Black Velour De M*e, 1'4 vard wide, 70o., worth 85c. Mitt/ k English Bombazine. $1 25, worth $i 75. Bta"!c French Hornba/ine, $1 25, worth $1 7ft. Black Crap? I'.iuth. l'j yard wide, 50c, worth 75c. Bombazine Cloth, ?*v., wyrtli 89c. And crowd* roine from all direction* gee tho^e Black Oroi Grain Mlkr, trum auction $1 2>, worth $1 75 l 8i I. worth i 00 1 75, worth 2 Elegant quality Satin faced fro* Oralus, from $280 io $4 AO ,t yard, the bc*t value to be found In The city. And crowd* come from all direction* to nee thooe (Iran* Cloth Knit*, $5. worth $7. Orn-? Linen Suit". $?. worth $8. Wblti* I.awn Suit*. $'i, worth $8 Wlilie I.awn do., elegantly trimmed, $8, worth $10. Batiste <;iolh Suit", witli Cape, and trimmed with linen fringe, $lft, worth $25. Kcaraucker Suit*, $7 50, worth $10. And crowd* come from all direction* lo buy Domestic* am) Linen* at the New Dry (iood* Htoro of CON KLIN tk CO., 7?;3 H road way. Between Eighth and Ninth street*. And crowds come from all direction* to see those Iteyll'ar made llone, 25c , worUi 36c. Fxtra I.on* Bnlhrlggan Hose $ftftc.. worth 7So. Extra l.ong Lirlc Thread lfo?c, 75c., worth $1. (lent * English Hull HOM, 26e., worth 3Se. (I< nt's English Halhrlitgun How', 80c., worth Me. Ladle*' Hemmed Handkerchief*, all linen, 12 Uc . worth 20.\ * ' Gent'* Hemmed Handkerchief*, all linen, 20c .worth 3#c. And crowds came from all direction* to the New Hry Oood* Store of CONK UN A CO., 763 Broadway, Between Eighth and Ninth *1reet.?. where they receive polite attention, and we the create*! bargain* In Dry Oootla ever offered to the publle. P. W. Chivvl*, late buyer for James McCreery A Co. John E. Kaughrnn, ? bite manager for J. A <5. Johnsten. W. II. Conkllng, late buyer for J. k C. Johnston. \T HERTS', LOAN AND DIAMOND BHOKKK, ?M Broadway? Ileal Lace shawl*, Jacket*, fichu*, Flounce*. Ac., at one third original eoit, 1" pay advance* ; al-o Dlaiiioiiil King*, Stuil*, Earring*, Pin*, Ac , of nr?t water, at I*** than half retail price, at IIKHIH , '-oan and Diamond Broker, 913 Broadway. AT V VltlOUROUX'M 122 FOURTH AVKNUK, a in ping. Embroidery, Un rJ,". uv Unf ' t S 'li'l. ll' Ladle*' and liable*' Trou-1" aiix ; 'peclaltv oi Initial*, Mi.nogram* f >r handkerchief-, lat le n ? ri broldeml Ui order I.argo ?tuek oi I Imported C"11"'", i^idie*' and Kahle*' I're?*e* and t lothea, hjf deaincr st Laurent. Wholesale entrance. 69 BmI Twehtn atreet. DRY UOOUH. KISZEY'S. Great clearing Rule. Lola of Silk Ties, 10c tip. Lotl of Silk K<?rfs, iV. up. Para*dH, clo-iiiK, 5i)e. up. Hun Umbrellus, Air. up. Thousand* of yard* 01 Itibtmns of every kind, closing oat, fic., _ ? tic., 10c., 15c., !MX!., ;i8<\, yard up. Quantities of Straw Huts, Closiuii <mt, from Sfio. tii Wc. English Siraw llatH, Kk'. All tile New .HU?pe?, 6Uc. I.O':n shnwl? *nd Racqne^ I.aee Parasol rovers, 7Bc. up. Real (impure La<-es 10c. yard up. Trimming Laces, Sc., V., tic. up. llamlinrK Edgings, Insertions ami H'louneings, from V., 6c., 10c., 16c., Ale , 2Sc.t 31c , 49c., <Wc., (Wc.,78c. up. Hundreds nf dozen* la I.aillcs', Gents', Mlmei ChemUes, Drawer*. Har-quus, Skirts, Niglit I> re sees. Waists, Holies, Aprons, Ac. All closing uut ut very Ion prices. Ladles', dents' and M I Kill Gloves, ohm ami two billion*, 4Hc., BO., 63c., 8 ?e? 7.V., Stic , UN'., $1, ?l 09, $1 25, $1 39. .adios', Goats', Misses' unit Itoval Uandhcrc hiefs, from 8c., tic.. A;., 10c., lBo., *lc., :?k\, 31 e. up: rhemlses, from fitfc. np* Drawer*, from .'!9c. up. Skirts, from S9c. up. Night Dresses, Mc. up ? HoufWnh. T JAMBS M'CHEEKY It OO.'B, Broadway and Eleventh street, will open for next week's sales 800 pieces French Mohairs, striped and plain. 900 pieces striped Grenadines. 3WI pieces Pongee, In all Bilk, and silk and wool, and 10 cases Japanese i'ilks, of the best quality, at ? half March prices. A full line of Check and striped Bilks, from 76 ceuts. Onr choicest Goodd reduced from $2 to 91 Other qualities in proportion. Also a splendid assortment of Llama Lace Points and Hacqucs, fresh goods and the latest designs. In our Ladles' Furnishing Department will he shown some especial novelties In the Seaside and Watering Place Wcaf. EBBIOII'S TEMPLE OF FASHION. Eolith avenue, near Twenty-fourth street Immense reduction. Entire stock marked down. Extensive alterations soon to be begun. Struw UitU* cheaper than ever. Over 5,000 dozen Straw Hutu, reduced to low than cost Of inauurueture. . 20 eases Brown Straw Sc hool Hat?, reduced to 35e. i? Cane* Hu&Uc Oi.My Vnrdens, reduced to 35c., worth $1. 20 cases Fine Mlxc! i>lnjw Dolly Vardens, clearing out at a?c. 10 eases Misses' Fine Straw S.tiiors, at ISOc., worth $1. ? 10 eases Fine Mixed Straw Hegutta, rt'Jnced to 36c., worth 10 ( uses Ladles' Brown Straw llat*, reduced 'O Stte. 5 cu-es Ladles' Hough ami Heady llonnet*, reduced to BOe. jyj eases Uovm' white and brown straw Hats fully trimmed, marked down to 35c. together with an Imim-n -e assortment of Fine Straw, Ne apolitan, Leghorn and Fancy Braid Uatx, at less than cost of manufacture. t (everything marked down , preparatory to making alterations. Trimmed Sonnets and Round Uatx. the largest assortment in the city, nt immense hargaiufc fine Frenoh Flowers, Feathers, Hihbons, , , Silks, Laces, Ac., greatly reduced. Bargains In Ladies' I ' Muslin and Merino Undergarment*, > Hosiery, Parasols, Corsets, Ladies' Linen Suits, Ao? Handsome Linen Suit*, t"> BO ujiw ird. Ciiildren's Linen Stilt**, from $1 .16 upward. . Entire Stock of Hod ;ry, at less than f Cost of Importation. l,0i)0 doscn Ladlus' lull regular made Hose, to lie sold oS at 23c. ; former prion Sic. 100 dozen Ladles' extra long silk clocked Baibriggan Hose, reduced to 48c. Bargains in Every Department, preparatory to altering and enlarging onr promises. . * Heal Guipure I. aces, all our own importation, at iully forty per cent less than any other house in the city. Elegant pattern*, full two inches wide, at OOc. to flBo. t worn Me. Elegant patterns, tuil two and a half inches wide, at 75c, to 85c. ; worth t'ullv (1. Elegant pattern*, lull three inches wide, at tl to |i Mi worth $1 36 to *1 AO. Elegant pattern*, full four inches wide, at $1 22 to tl SO; worth lull $1 73 to (2. Together with an Immense assortment, comprising ovef eighty ditferent patterns up to nine inches wide at the same proportionately low prices. L Trie Trade Supplied. ? Samples sent by mail tree on application. Wo import our real Laces direct from the best P.urq pi an manufacturer*. and sell the same at a small ad valine, as it Is our aim to make our establishment the great Real Lace House of ttie City. Black Silk Oimp, Fringes, Button*, Ac., at inimeine bargains. Kid (ilovcs greatly reduced. 1,000 dozen Lupin seamless Kid Gloves, two-button and white tucked, reduced to 91 15, at EHKH'H'S TEMPLE OF FASHION, 287 and Eighth avenue. ? A T U. O'NEILL A CO.'S 327 and 320 Sixth avenue, Importers and retailers of MILI.INKKY GOODS. OREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. on Monday, Juno 3, MO CASES NEW STRAW OOOD3, at less than manufacturers' prices. 25 do*. French Chip Round llat?, J1 SO. 21 (I'll. French Chip Bonnet* at t'l SO, sold on Broadway at |8. 10'? iloz. Children's Leghorn Hats, tl 25 to $1. tf BOdoz. Leghorn Hats, $2; worth S3. io*l duz. Hough and Ready, la mode, 35c. BONNET HIHBONS. 4 Full assortment of all the new shades and width*. in Nos. ?, 6, 7, ?, i.\ 10 and 22. ' BASH RIBBONS. ' 100 Cartons of 7 inch, all shades, at 9V\ ; warranted all silk. ^ KM Cartons of Plaids, S6c. ; worth tl 2ft. 61 <'artons Scotch Plaids, 95c., tl, all silk. FRENCH FLOWERS. I Oiir stock Is still complete with a choice asuortment of W K&AT1IS, * MOli TIERS, VINES, GARLANDS. , AUTUMN LEAVER RICH LACES, ' Lace Bacqnee, Guipure Lace Bacqnea, Llama Laee Polott. Biaek Thread and Guipure Laee, In choice pattern*. Organdie Tunica, in Rrelctlos, from $.') to t5 73. i Organdie Tunics, with Bre telle* and Lace, from #3 7# op* ward. i EMBROIDERIES. 1 ,0)0 dote n Windsor .-'rarfs, 37 rent.% warranted all *11*. BOO Windsor Ties, 63c. ; sold on Broadway, Mr. ' 860 dozen Lupin's 2-hut;on Kid (Hove.*, tl '3; wgrtll tl W. 300 dozen Lupin's 2-button, tl '15. Wo are now opening a fti'l assorted stock of Fine Millinery ami l.a< e Goods, carefully selected to meet the wsuts oi tbi beit city trade. N. B.? Reduction to the trade. Ladles, go to O'Neill's ftf MILLINERY flGODS. A T THE POPULAR CARPET STORE, 119 Bowery, three doors below Grand street, A One lot of Check and White Malting, Just landed, for 29 cents per yard. A choice line of Tapestry Brussels Carpets, tl 26 per yard. Body Brussels, in new designs, t'2 per yard. The Meek is reple'e with all the new designs oi tngratM and Three-pljs, at popular prises. All goods guaranteed as represented. Per Other Dry U??d < See *e?oml Page*