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VlXKN B. MINER, AUOTION8KR. FitlDAT, JUNE M, at 11 o'clock, at our salesroom*, to CITAMBERS AND 77 RFADH STREETS * foe colleettou or modem Oil Paintings, l>y artists of Um> American, French, Belgian, English and btueldorf ?cfcools. .. Also, TO PAY ADVANCES AND CHARGES, ? number of fine Oil Painting*. ancient and modern. Full particular!) la time. '? LIKN B MINER, AUCTIONEER. Salesrooms !? Chambers and 77 Reade Htreetx. By ALLEN B MINER A BRO., SATURDAY. JUNE 15, at 1(H? o'clock, at our salerooms, ? 9fi Chambers an<l 77 Reade streets, 4IRNTKE1 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Mirrors, Carpets, Oilcloths Ac. Details In time. Adjourned auction pale of the Ane Residence and nine Villa Dots at Orange, N. J., to MONDAY, June 10, 1H72, ?t 1 o'clock I'. M., on the premises. Kale positive, rain or shine. For map* and particular* apply to OA PERU, CLARK A CO., H2 Cedar street. New York. A J. BLKECKER. SON A CO., Al'CTlONEERS. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, ?I 12 M. , at Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway, by order ?aecutor ?i Dayton Hotiart, deceased, Lot southwest cor ner Fourth avenue and 117th street; size 2l>. ."?x90 feet; terms at sale. Art notice. EDWARD HCITENCK, Auctioneer, will sell on Thurs day and Friday. June IS and 14, at No. 80 Liberty street, a highly important and attractive COLLEC TION or MODERN OIL PAINTINGS. For full particu lars nee future advertisement*. The same la now on exhi bition free. AUCTION NOTICE.? CLINTON B. OSGOOD, Auc tioneer. OSGOOD A CO., Salesrooms IM Chamber* street, near College place, will sell on , TUESDAY June 11, 10>i A. M., at 65 Bond street, entire contents of large Boarding House. consisting of Bromrlr' and Ingrain Carpets, painted and black walnut Bedsteads, marble top washstandu, Mattresses, Feather Bods and Pillows, gilt frame Mirror*, oak Extension Ta bles and Chairs, Parlor Suits, iu reps and velvet; Blan ket*, Bed and Table Linen, Kltchenwure. AUCTION NOTICE. MONDAY, JUNE 10, at 11 o'clock, THIRTY FIRST REGULAR SPRING SALE Of STRAW GOODS. 800 CARES FRESH AND DESIRABLE GOODS. Attention ot buyers invited. Catalogues and goods on morning of sale. WM. TOPPING A CO., Auctioneers, IX' Church street. A RCfl. JOUNSTON, AUCTIONEER. A Office and salesroom V Nassau street, opposite the Port oitlce. Genteel second hand Furniture. JOHNSTON A VaN TASHELL will Bell at their salesroom, 37 Nassau street, on TUESDAY, at 10 ? o'clock. a large assrtment of Household Furniture, walnut Bedroom Bull*, rosewood Bedroom Suits, painted Bedroom Bulls, Parlor Suits, in reps, brocatcl. Bioiiui't', some very fine Brussels and ingrain Carpet*, Wardrobes, Etagere.s, mahogany Dressing Bureaux. Washstands, cane s at Chairs, Koekors, light BtandH, Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bedding, Kitchen Fur niture, Ac.: a largo assortment of Sewing Machines, OHlce Furniture, 4c. ; also two very tine rosewood im ported Pianofortes. _ A" UCTION NOTICE.? LAROE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Furniture ?Tomorrow (Monday) morning, coin ?tenclng at I0>a o'clock, LUKE FITZGERALD, Auction eer. will dispose of all the Furniture contained In private, twsldcnce lib West '.3d st, consisting of tin elegant 7'4 Pr.tave rich rosewood Pianoforte, Parlor Hint", Chamber nils, Bedsteads, Bureaus Bookcase, Etagerea, Mirrors, Oil Puintiiigs, Butl'et, Oliairs, Extension Table, Ac. For particular! see Monday1! Herald. ___________ TJT JOSEPH HEOBMAN A Oft? MONDAY, JUNE 10, J) at 10 o'clock A. M., at 154 Montutui) street, Brooklyn, large tale of handsome Furniture, and ot 4 o'clock P M. Library ot S00 volumes. Tuesday, June 11. at 2 o'clock P. M., at 91 Fourth place, near Court street, Brooklyn, hand some rosewood I-ady's Escritoire, rich Silver Plated Ware, Cut Glass, Patent Kerosene Lames. Engravings, Parlor and Chamber Furniture, Slate-lined Refrigerators, Ac., all as good as new. BY UAUCHY A JOHNSON. B. W. DAUCHY, Auctioneer, ?ells on Mondav, at 2 o'clock, at 464 Canal street, a gene ral assortment of Household Furniture, Beds, Bedding Mirrors. Parlor and lledroom Suits, lliilr Mattresses, Car nets, Oilcloths, Chairs. Bureaus, Ac. ; also 28 hlack walnut Desks, Stoves, Mattings, Bookcases, Ac., from I lie large commercial college on Broadway. Also on Tuesday, at ?2H Kighth avenue, tho entire Stock and Fixtures of a Crockery, olass. Willow and Wooden Ware Store. B- Ylo.?N A. DUNN, "AUCTIONEER." "" JOHN A. DUNN A CO.. salesroom 227 Bowery, win aril, tin Tuesday next, Uth inst, at 11 o'clock, the entire Block, Fixtures, Lease, Oood Will, Ac., ol' one ot lite handsomest corner Liquor Stores on Sixth avenue ; must be sold. Can lie bought cheap if applied for before day of sale at the auctioneers' otbee. B* r. COLTON, AUCTIONEER-WILL SELL ON Friday, June 14, at the auction rooms 53 East Thir teenth street, near Broadway? Large sale of rich House huld Furniture, Carpets, Piano. Mirrors, Ac. ^JOHNA.DUNN, AUCTIONEER, JOHN A. DUNN A CO., salesroom 227 Bowery, will sell to-morrow Monday) at 10W o'clock, at No. 611 Broome street, all and entire the Stock and Fixtures of that Liquor Hiore, consisting of four pull English Boer Pump, two black walnut Counters, back Casing, Shelv ing, Ice Box, Chandeliers, Screens, Engravings, tilass and Silver Ware, together with a geueral assortment of liquor*. Ey JOHN A. DUNN, AUCTIONEER. JOHN A DUNN ,t CO., salesroom 227 Bowery, will sell to-morrow (Monday), at 12*.w o'clock, by virtue of a chattel mortgage, ?r 229 East Twenty-first street, one ?oat h. in perfect order. JOHN LEDDY, Attorney for Mortgagee. 1) ?N'T FAIL TO ATTEND the auction sale H of fine Residence and nine handsome Villa Plots, at Orange, N. J., to-morrow (Monday), June 10 Only thirty minutes from city; thirty-live train" to and fro daily. Take 11 o'clock A. M. train, foot of Barclay street Hale positive. For maps and partlcularsapply to CAPERS, CLARKE <S CO., X2 Cedar street. New York. ENKY B HERTS, AUCTIONEER, 534 BROADWAY. Large and Attractive Special Sale of *1011 EMBROIDERED LACE AND NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS. ON TUESDAY, JUNE 11, AT 11 O'CLOCK, AT THE SALESROOM, 534 BROADWAY, between Spring and Prince streets. Comprising a splendid assortment of rich embroidered ]*aee. Nottingham and Guipure Curiam* The entire Stork of a large Importing house, which will be sold in lots to stilt purchasers, positively without any reserve, to clime consignment, offering a flue opportunity to house keepers and the trade. Ooods now on exhibition. Also, same day, ut 12 o'clock precisely, ? lot of solid Silverware, comprising Tea Set, Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Dessert Knives. Berry Spnous, Ac., to clone Jill estate. Sale positive arid unreserved. HENRY FELTMAN, AUCTIONEER. Largest Auction Rooms in this city, corner of Dey and Greenwich streets. On Wednesday next, June 12, at II o'clock prompt, WHITNEY A FELTMAN will sell, as abeve, large stock of Horse*. Wagons, Harness, Ac. ibis aale, being our first hone sale, will he worthy of the at tention of dealers and private buyers. The stock will comprise new Dalley's Road Wagons, top ami no top Wagons. Phaetons, Business Wugous, Ac. ; there will be over HO horses, some being very fast. Sale will be peremp tory Parties wishing to put in their horses or wagons must have them entered on our books by Monday, 6 P. M. HARLEM? J R. FOLEY," AUCTIONEER? MONDAY, June 10, at 10 A. M , at 327 East I25th street, will he sold the entire Household Furniture of John Stralton, Esj Downtown purchasers take Harlem boats. Harlem Railroad, or Second and Third avenue cars. Catulogucs ready. J. R. FOLEY A CO., Auctioneers. OOlce and sale-room 2,2fl Third avenue. TKRE. JOHNSON, JR., AUCTIONEER, v WEDNESDAY. June 12, on the premises, 21 magnificent \llla Plots, in the beautiful, healthy, accessible and popular village of New Brighton, suitcn Island. rhis superior and splendid properly, well known as the SesMctiee of V. s. Pendleton, Esq., is situated near St larks Hotel atnl adiiiecnt t)1 (|M, splendid Villas of John if, i" '.!1 8 A' 1 Stokes, Esq*., on Hamilton avenue, VI Marks and (rescent places, only five minutes' walk Jrom New Brighton landing and forty-live minutes from wall street I or accessibility, health, lieanty of locution, anc scenery ami eh gnnt surround! not be surpass. " Nortii Rive apply to Je ERE JOHNSON, JR. AUCTIONEER. Great, positive, absolute and unconditional auction by order of Rahway Laiwi Improvement Company, oil the premise! . KATt" UflA Y, Jum ir,. um. cry I?ot must I . old to i>artiti"ii tl e prnpero situated at the new railroad station a: ita'hway being erected at a cost > I li7,oou. rsion Train. Grafulla'i Band. \ Harrtoon, the great Improvlsatore. free e*curj|n tickets and maps an now ready Il<< ol JElfiy JOHNSON, JR., 2a Nassau street. New TRaVEK AUCTIONEER -THREE STOJiY ei. r or uccessiDllliy, Health, tieaiity of location, ?ry and elcsnnt surroundings, the property can rp'assed. fake Stateu Island ferryboat at |der IS, ver. at t o'clock on day of sale For maps, Ac., Jere. Johnson, Jr . -> Nassau street. New York Tori ?l . Iirowu stone \yvelling llou.se and I -? t, T\ second ward. New Yoi ?t auction. ? J. P TRAV E It will sell, on Thursday. Jun* 13, 1C72, at 12 o'clock, at Mer chants' Exchange saleffHjotn 111 Broadway, New 'ork, tin 6 storv high stoop browkMotie DwelllngHoUse ii4 H 1 -t Forty si < cisl street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues; be ore I7x?!il, In good order, with all modern improve 11.1 nts,lot l7x9S.'.t: will be sold ,s lee. title perfect Maps, terms, permit to examine propcrtv and all other particu lars at olflce of Auctioneer, vj ifreat Jones street ncur Bowery _______ J Eke. jounso.v jr., adctjojieer. IMEI.VILLE E. MBaD'S great -ale of Villa Plots, at Dylen. Conn , postponed 'ill tt" ''ilynt of sttTin will take plan vn the ' premises. MON D A Y. June 10, 11 o'clock, rain or ?Jun< . Graliilla s Seventh Regim^jf Band. Ample banquet under teijt (Harrison, the great Iinprovisstore. Parties attemlliig from New V?irk wli| take 9 o'clock | train at Twenty-seventh street, over New York and New 1 Haven Railroad JERE. JOHNSON, Jr., Auctioneer, 25 1 Nassn'i street. New York I AUOB BOGART. auctioneer. ?? WEDNESDAY, June 12, at 11 o clock, at the auction rooms. Ni 1 North William | stun isrui as.i,rtmcnt ot Honselo Id Kurmtuic. Mirrors, . I aiiiungs. Be4s, Budding, Brussvln ami thri ? ply t/ar- ( fiets, Ac A< ' 3>KHEMPTORH haLK OP LIVERY 0TABLR STOCK w. i.MifiK rnli i| ?T?m infirm 1 iifi ntf vt t?i?* I'urp A vi iiiii Livery MuMi cou#<iw'jiig <ii hnr'iuclK-H, 1'uHt tottH, bninluuK, ( inrt iicff , IIc?r *"*, Httrn(>wl ( Itfl.P. Oil TUCwi^.^UJU# It. It 11 C'ciyik ut J-yUftL IAUS8 AT /tPCTlOW. Lewis e. wood. auctioneer, Office No. TV Montgomery street, J erifj City. HI beautiful Ix>t? on Dnncan ?venue. Jersey City Height*, will bo Hold at public auction on TUESDAY, Jnnc 11, 187?, at 3 o'clock P. M., on the ground; the location One, the views grand, the wom first flam, by two lines of horse cars; terms very cany. For maps, Ac., apply to the auc tioneer. 79 Montgomery street, Jer.*y City. Lewis e. wood, auctioneer, Otltce 71? Montgomery street, Jersey City. The great sale of 179 Lot* on the DeMotte IlomrMraA m postponed, in consequence. of the storm, to Monday, June 10, lt>7'.', at two o'clock 1*. M. ; on the ground rain or shine. N.B. ? If the day should be stormy the sale will take place In the I'nterNon Plunk Koad House. MORRIS WILK1NS, AOCmOWBEB. Handsome Dwelling at Mount Vernon at auction. K. II. LODLOW A 00. will m il bv auction, oil Wednes day, June 12, 1H72, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Suleo room No. ill Broadway. MOUNT VERNON? A desirable Dwelling and 10 88-100 acres of Land, situated on the White Plains road, and ud joining the New Haven Railroad, about half a mile lrom the railroad depot at Mourn. Vernon, auil near the pro Sosed depot of the Harleui anil Port Chester Railroad. ood double frame house, well shaded, large ham, ice house, Ac. The location is healthy and easy of access, being within one hour of New York by the New Haven Railroad. Convenient to churches, schools, stores, Ac. Terms liberal. MB . TUCKERMAN'S library. MONDAY, JUNE 10, and following davs, commencing each evening at 7>? o'clock, at the Clinton Hull Salerooms, (be entire Library of the late Henry T. Tuckerman, Esq., Comprising a very extensive collection of Books In the various department* of literature, standard and miscella neous, collected by the owner during a lifetime, many of wh)ch are choice and rare. Also a large number of En graving Sketches, Oil Paintings, Ac. Catalogues ready. Books. Ac., on exhibition. The Messrs. LBAV1TT. Auctioneers. MORTOAGE SALE. ? JOHN M'DONOCGH, AUCTION, eer, will sell on Monday, June 10, 1872, at 8 o'clock P. M.. a Leuse of four years of a butcher shop, together with Horse, Wagon aud Harness; splendidly fitted up and good locution, at 1,032 Third avenue. This is a chance sel dom ofl'cred. CORNELIUS FARLEY, Attorney for Mortgagee. _ PAWNBROKERS' KALE. ? R. FIELD, SHERIFF'S and Oeneral Auctioneer, salesroom 121 Bowery, will sell, on Wednesday, June 12, at 11 o'clock, S00 lot* Men's and Women's Clothing, Dresses, Shawls, Remnants, Un dcrclothlng, Bedding, Quilts, Blankets. Boots, Shoes, Ac., Ac. Also Coats, rants and Vests. By order Wilson, Green A Co., lflS Bowery. ___ PAWNBROKERS' SALE, MONDAY.? JAMES AGAR, Auctioneer, will sell at 89 New Bowery, 6110 lots Men's and Women's Clothing, and other seasonable Goods. By order of Charles Cudlipp, Spring street, and George Cua llpp, East Twelfth street -pAWNBROKE'B SALE WATCHES AND JEWELRY. JAMES AGAR, Auctioneer, will sell, at AO New Bowery, on TUESDAY, June 11, at 11 o'clock, MIU lots of Gold and Silver Watches, Diamond and Gold Rings, Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Gold Guard, rob and Vest Chains; Opera Glasses, (iuns, Pistols, Silverware, Mnsleal and Mathematical Instrument*, Fancy Hoods. By order of A. J Jackson, W Prince street PAWNBROKER'S SALE. ? THURSDAY. JAMBS AC, All, Auctioneer, will sell, at 60 New Bowery, NMl lots Men's and Women's Clothing, Table Linen. Sheets, Spreads, Ac. Bv order of P. Kullati, Wert Thirty-ninth street. PAWNBROKER'S SALE? FRIDAY. JAMES AGAR, Auctioneer, will sell, at 30 New Bowery, SIX) lots Men's aud Women's Clothing and other seasonable goods. By order of J. A. Jarman, 186 Varick street PAWNBROKER'S SALE.? WM. 8. INtlRA II AM Wt LL sell, Tuesday, 800 lots Silk Dresses, Remnants, Men's Clothing, Ac. By order H. C. Lewis, 2 Albany street. Wednesday, 19th, gold and silver Watches, Jcwoirv, Ac. Onier II. C. Lewis, 2 Albany street; worthy attention of dealers. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.? Til HBSDA Y. BY JOHN MORTIMER, 42 East Broadway, 6 0 lot* choice Men's and Women's Clothing, Bedding, Boots, Shoes and other Good*. By order P. H reel, 8tf*Graml street, Wil liamsburg. PAWNBROKER'S SALE -MONDAY, BY JOHN MOR TIMER, 42 East Broadway, 600 lot* flue Silk and Other Drefsej,, Skiit.and Remnants, fine Bedding, Under garment.", Boots and Shoes; also fine Coats, Pants and Vests. By order L Aaron, 107 Grand street. Richard Walters? sells. Wednesday, 12T11, at 11 o'clock, at 30H East Eleventh street. Stock of a contractor giving up business; 7 Horses, 10 Brick Carts and Harness, down town Cart, Feed Truck, Coul Cart, light Wagon, Packs, Bars, Sledges, Drills, Screws, Ac. SUPREME COURT SALES. JOSEPH McOUIRE, Auctioneer, will sell at auction, on WEDNESDAY, June 12, 1872, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway, under direction of James It. Coleman, Esq.. Referee, the two two story basement and attic lirtck Houses (with stoves) 127 and 129 West Broadway, between White and Walker streets: size ground, 37.6 by 100 Icet Also, at the same time and place, under direction of Jacob A. Gross, Esq., Referee, the four story and basement brick Tenement House on front, and the three storv trame House on rear, of lot known an 16'i Hamilton street; size lot, 17 4 by \03.6. Maps at the auctioneer's office, 87 Cedar street TO BE BOLD AT AUCTION? ON THE PREMISES. Tuesday, June 11, the well-known Olympic Harden, Boston avenue, between Seventh and Eighth streets, Mor risanta. TACHT8, STEAMBOATS, ?&<'. CAJVAL BOAT.? WANTED TO PURCHASE, A FIRST class Erie Canal Boat Address A., box 126 Herald office. I NOB SALE CHEAP OR OB A RTE R? CABIN SLOOP Yacht, 38 foet long, 13 feet beam, draws 2\ feet; an able sea boat anil very last; in complete order and hand somely furnished. Apply at 77 Blocker street, up stairs. For sale? a sloop, in GOOD condition, car rying 76 tons, drawing only live feet of water ; suita ble for carrving brick or sand, and has a steady yard to run from ; cause of sale, owner retiring from business ; price $700. Address JAMES WALDKON, box 146 Eliza bethport, N. J. TjlOK .SALE? A CABIN SLOOP YACHT? 20 FEET r keel. 11 foet beam ; will be sold cheap. Address F. '1'., box 8.; Post offioe. For SALE CHEAP? a 15- foot centre board Soil Boat, cat rig. Address L., box 17'J Post office, Jcrsev Cltv. TjH>R SALE? OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY REAL F Estate? A side-wheel Steamer, 160 feet along, 22 feet beam ; a good, first class excursion boat. CAPERS, OMSK * CO., 82 Cedar street. 1MB BALK.? CABIN SLOOP YACHT MYSTERY; 1 37 feet long, 14 feet beam ; near', new; completely found. In first class order for Immediate use. Apply on board, loot of Court street Brooklyn, or address J. W. C., 201 East Thirty-third street SCREW YACHT MISCHIEF FOR SALE CHEAP? Ex cellent order; 77 feet long, 1# beam, 4 draught; schooner rigged, large cabin; very fast. Apply at pier 33 East River. QTEAMBOAT WANTED.-A RESPONSIBLE PARTY io wants t4j charter a day Steamboat for an excursion up the river, on the 4th of July. Address, with parti culars, J. A., 191 Broadway, room 9. WANTED? A YACHT, IN EXCHANGE FOR A BOUSE and Lot in East New York. Address, with full di mensions, 117 Charles street, first floor. r YACHTS FOR SALE CHEAP? A 21 ,'29, 36, 38 AND tj r!0 loot keel, all in complete order and ready for use. Apply to or address P. KA\ ANAG11, Canarste, L. I. inn BOATS -ASSORTMENTS OF ALL kFnDS- OF 1UU Boats and Spoon Oars, also Metallic Lifeboats, at my shops, AiKaud 373 South street and 114th street, Harlem River STEPHEN ROBERTS. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR $040,000, Stocks of the City of New York. Sealed proposals win be received at the Comptroller'* Office until Tuesday. June II, 1872, at 2 o'clock P. M , when the same will be publicly opened tor the whole or any part ot the sum of $949,000 of stocks of the city of New York, to Witt Additional New Croton Aqueduct Stock, authorized by chap. 230, Laws of 1870, payable No vember 1. won ...- $200,000 Additional Croton Water Stock, authorized by chap 60, as amended by chap. 328, Laws of 1871. payable November L 1801. . 137, JJl City l arks Improvement Fund SUs-k. authorized by chap. 280, Laws of 1871, payable In thirty years 200,000 Croton Water Main Stock, authorized by cliap. 213, Laws of 1871, payable No ?ember 1, 1'JOO 230,000 Water Stock of 1870, authorized by chap. 3Mt, sec. 6, Laws of 1870, pay aide November 1, 1902 163,000 Said storks will bear interest at the rate of seven Iter cent per annum, payable on the 1st day of Mfiv And No vemtier In each year The proposal* will state the amount ot stocks desired, and the price per one hundreil dollars thereof, and the person whose proposals are accepted will thereupon be reouired to deposit with the Chamber lain the sums awardid to them respectively, togillier with any premiums thereon. On presenting to the Comptroller the receipt" of the Chamberlain for such deposit the parties will be entitled to rei rivr certificate* lor eijual amounts of the par value of the sums awarded Up tliein, bearing interest from the dates of payment. I in i proposal should be waled and endorsed "Pro posal- fot Stocks ot the City of New York, and enclosed in a .'ond envelop* . addressed to the Compti oiler lie r.ght is reserved on the uart of the Comptroller to r. jei l any or all of the bids, it. in hisjudgmciil, the in terest* ot the Corporation require it , ANDREU H. OREEN, Comptroller. I < iry ot N tiw York, DkparmknT ok Kmanck, Comf raoLUta's OrticK June 4. 1872. pROIsDSALS FOR KEEPING BUOYS J Ornci Lion riiousj I NSFKcrnn, Tutnn District, ) i<?iKi mi.i.k, Staten Island, N. Y., May 20, 1872. S , i9 ' i'.l i ' will lie received at Oils office until tz o clock M on Monday the 17th ilayot June next, lor rais . H"' o1'.'. '".' I'h'g I" good order and in their pro per position;'! all the huoys now in Fire Island Inlet, South Mile ot ljong Island and -in h other- us may lie authorized, for one vein , from the 1st .lav ot July nexC t0 the sue, eed ingJOthdsy of June.accor.ifut to the regulations of the Ligl.tlioQs.- B.mnl and the priuicd specifications, copies of whu ti r an tie had bv applj inn nt thi? office By < rder of the Lighthouse Board. J. II. strom; Commander, I s N. Lighthouse Inspector Third district, rlio CONTRACTORS. 1 Proposals lor Quarantine Structures on West Bank orrjcit or tiik commission! us or Qiiaramisi i No 1 (CxriiANOB Court. New York, May 24 I87J < I'ro. osais, sealed and endorsed as above will he re ceived by the undersigned, at the office of the Commis sioners of quarantine, until 2 o'clock I' M of the 14th day of June. Ml u h Ich time they will he publicly on. ned. I he Board reserves to Itself under the law. the discretion to reic< I any bid which it may not deem for the interest of the tttaU' to accept. Plans and specifications can he seen and information obtain' .1 at the office of the Commissioners of Quarantine, No 2 K.X' lisnge court _ RICHARD SCHKLL, President ) Oommliotif r? A N. BELL. '?? hamuli BARTON, ' Quarantine. A OAKEY HALL, Mayor ot New Y era fi & POWELL Mavor of Brook l??u thh evrnhu tblbgraji. Thk EVP, NINO TELEGRAM, MBERAL AND INDEPENDENT, HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BUST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENINO DAILIES. 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The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM, No. 2 Ann street, Herald Building. The EVENING TELEORAM, LIBERAL AND INDEPENDENT, HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OF ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and Independent in politic*, with the latest im portant new* from all part* of the country, giving the va rious* aspects of the political situation from all sections, it can be relied on a* a truthful reflector of the coming can vas*. and the columns of the Telegram will give each day a full and complete memorandum of the doings of cliques, caucuses and conventions of the different parties Inter ested in the Pre*identlal contest. THE EVENING TELEORAM HAS NOW THE LA RGE9T AND BEST CIRCULATION . OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS. AC. ALL THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THE COURTS. POLICE INTELLIGENCE, AC. ALL THE MARKETS AND DOINGS, ON 'CHANGE. ALL THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. ALL THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM, No. 2 Ann street. Herald Building. 1 EVENING TELEGRAM, LIBERAL AND INDEPENDENT, HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and independent in politics, with the latest Im portant new* from all part* of the country, giving the va rious aspects of the political situation from all .sections, it can be relied on a* a ? rutin til reflector of the coining can vass. and the columns of the Telegram will give each day a full and complete memoranda of the doings of clique*, caucuses and conventions of the different parties inter ested in the Presidential contest THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OF ALL THIS EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE IjOCAL NEWS OF THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AO. ALL THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE RTAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THK COURTS. POLICE INTELLIGENCE, AC. ALL THE MARKETS AND DOINGS ON 'CHANGE. ALL THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. ALL THE GOLD AND .STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEORAM, No. 2 Ann street. Herald Building. T HE EVENINO TELEGRAM. LIBERAL AND INDEPENDENT. HAS NOW THK LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THK EVENINO DAILIES. Liberal and Independent in politics, with the latest im portant news from all parts of the country, giving tho various aspects of the political *ituation from all sections, it can be relied on a* a truthful reflector of the coming canvas*, and the columns of the Telegram will give eacfi day a full and complete memoranda of the doings of cliques, caucuses and conventions of the different parties interested In the Presidential contest THE EVENING TELEORAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENINO DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL T1IE COURTS, POLICE INTELLIGENCE, AC. ALL THE MARKETS AND DOINGS ON 'CHANGR. ALL THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTIONaM ATTERS, ALL THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM, No. 2 Ann street. Herald Building. rpilE 1 EVENING TELEGRAM, LIBERAL AND INDEPENDENT, HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and Independent in politic*, with the latent Im portant news from all para or tho country, giving the va rious aspects of the political situation from all sections, it ran hr relied on us a truthlnl reflector of the coining can vasH, and the columns of the Telegram will give each day a lull and complete memoranda of the doing* of clique*, caucuses and conventions of the different parties inter eated in the Presidential contest THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OP ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OP THE CITY. ALL THE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL TIIE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS.* ALL THE COURTS, POLICE INTELLIGENCE. AC. ALL THE MARKETS AND DOINGS ON 'CHANGE. ALL TIIE HEAL ESTATE AND AUCTION M ATTERS. ALL THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM, No. 2 Ann street. Herald Building. rruE 1 EVENING TELEGRAM LIBERAL AND INDEPENDENT, HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OF ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and Independent In politics, with lite latest im portant news from all part* ul' the country, giving (lie va rious aspects of the political situation irom all sections, It can lie relied on as a truthful reflector of the coming can vass, and the columns of the Telegram will give each day a lull n iid complete memoranda of the doing! of cliques, caucuses and conventions of I he different parties mtcr cstcd lu the Presidential contest THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW TIIE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OF ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL TnE LOCAL NEWS OF THE CITY. ALL TIIE FASHION NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. ALL THE AltT AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THE COURTS. POLICE INTELLIGENCE, AC. ALL THE MARKETS AND DOINGS ON 'CHANGE. ALL THE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. ALL THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM, No. 2 Ann street, Herald Building. 1" The EVENING TELEGRAM. LIBERAL AND INDEPENDENT, HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND BEST CIRCULATION OF ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. Liberal and independent in polities, with the latest im portant news from all parts of .lie country, giving tho va rum* aspects of the political situation irom all sections. It can be relied on as a truthtul reflector of the coming can vass, mid the columns of the Telegram will give each day a lull and complete memoranda of the doings of cliques, caucuses and conventions of the different panics inter ested in the Presidential contest. THE EVENING TELEGRAM HAS NOW TIIE LARGEST AND REST CIRCULATION OF ALL THE EVENING DAILIES. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE CITY.' ALL THE I ASlllON NOTES, OPENINGS, AC. AI.L THE ART AND LITERARY CRITICISMS. ALL THE STAGE AND THEATRICAL ITEMS. ALL THE COURTS, POLICE INTELLIGENCE, AC. ALL 'IIIE MARKETS AND DOINGS ON CHANGE. ALL TIIE REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION MATTERS. ALL THE GOLD AND STOCK FLUCTUATIONS. The office of the EVENING TELEGRAM, No. 2 Ann street, Herald Building. rpilE 1 EVENING TELEGRAM, LIBERAL and INDEPENDENT, IIAS NOW THE LAKliEST AM) BEST CIRCULATION OK ALL 111 K EVENING DA II. IKK Tbi uRIrnsf the EVENING TELEGRAM Nv d Ann mm t ikiaid buit<iiu? AMU MOMENTS. rpnEATRK COM I Ql'K, 614 Broadway. JOSH HART leasee and Manager. CHICAGO, A decided tucccm. CHICAGO, House* crowded from parquet to dome. cincAoo, The most exciting sensation ever produi ed. CHICAGO, The finest paintings ever exhibited. CHICAGO, The finest diorainic effects ever seen. CHICAGO. Unanimously pronounced the greatest piece of art ever wen on the stage. CHICAGO, The iniiMt artistic company ever concentrated. CHICAGO, In point ol art, if) matchless. CHICAGO, A Drama, I'auoraina and Diorama, introducing Mr. CHARLES K. TllORNE, Jr., The audience spell bound with excitement. CHICAGO, The great KIRK SCENR. THE BURNING BUILDINGS, THE RESCUE. NO DANGER, NO DANGER. Although the stage resembles one solid mass of tire and smokt, there itt NO EIRE USED. CHICAGO, CHICAGO, CHICAGO, BEFORE THE FIRE. DURING THE FIRE, aV-TER THE PIRE. EVERY EVENING at 8, and every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINEE. PRICES THE SAME AS USUAL. ADMISSION 60c. RESERVED SEATS, $1. FAMILY CIRCLE, 26c. W THE LONG OTW IKK^ wwjrt^ fiTRIKE, Hps' great Drama, xUE JURY. COPARTNERSHIPS. WE HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A COPARTNER. ship, under the firm name of E. K. Willard A Co., for the transaction of business In stocks, bonds and gold on commission, at 14 Broad street. EDWARD K. W1M. ARD. CHARLES MARTIN. WM. M. FINCKE. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. A GENTLEMAN OK GOOD CHARACTER AND GOOD business abilities, with gome capital, would associate with an honorable person who understands stock broker age business and can get it to do. Address box 21, Port Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y. A FRENCH DRESSMAKER, ESTABLISHED FOR several years In New York, with a tirst class trade and with the very best facilities for the Importation of I'arls goods, wishes an active or silent partner with $6,000, in order to extend her bntinen; if an active one most lie ol great abilities and experience; references exchanged. A<ldress A. E., Herald onico. A -ADDITIONAL CAPITAL PROCURED FOR M E R .. chants, manufacturers and others. Persons with capital seeking business advised, without charge, of ap proved opportunities. References, George D. Arthur A Co., Hankers, :w Wall street, Ac. GRIGGS, CARLETON A CO., Financial and Business Agents, 96 Broadway. A GENUINE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR PAR ties with moderate or large means.? For sale, a Man utacturiug Business, showing a net profit exceeding $1U0 weekly. LLOYD, 2U Broadway, first floor. A SALESMAN, TO TAKE ENTIRE CHARGE OF first class shoe store, who can invest $1,600, or an in terest given in the business. Address EXPERIENCE, llerald oftlce. AN OLD ESTABLISHED JEWELRY BUSINESS; best location iu Bowery, with lease and cheap rent, for sale, the owner wishing to retire. Address J. M. FRIEDLANDER. '-!M Bowery. An active young man, wtth $1,000 cash capi. tal, can form a drst class business c onncctton by ap plying to BIBLE A CO., Financial Agents, 17K Broadway A MAN OF EXPERIENCE AND CAPITAL MAY SE ctire a desirable position in an established publishing house by addrci ing, with particulars, SCHOOL BOOKS, box 165 Herald office. A GENTLEMAN IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS, owning nil old mid well (MttUlM office, low rent, long lease, on the most prominent uptown corner, would accept a partner, with some cash t<> extend business, of gentlemanly appearance and address: first class refer ences given and required. Address INDEX, Herald Up town Brunch office, 1,866 ilroudwHV. ? An active partner wanted? with $10,000 to $20,000, in a lucrative importing and manufacturing business: human hair branch. Address WOULD, Herald liptown Branch office, 1,206 Broadway. A YOUNG LADY, IN A LONO ESTABLISHED le gitimate business, is desirous of borrowing $1,000 for a short time, for the use. ot which a liberal interest will be paid . Address Miss M. W. PRKSTON, B3t> Broadway. Arrangements made with manufacturers of patented articles for selling.? We have goods agents and jobbers In every trade. Patent* procured and sold. International l'atent Office, 31)2 Broadway. A PARTNER WANTED? IN A MONOPOLY, IN OPER alion only short time, meeting unparalleled success; articles indispensablv needed by everybody : pays 300 per cent profit wholesale, costing 6c., bringing 25e., and can be sold by millions; $1,000 required, and secured If wished. Apply at Market street, Newark, N. J., real estate office. About $400,000 wanted? by instalments, to improve first class Lots near Central Park : good se curity; liberal inducements offered. Agents not answered. Address bo* i'M Post office. D? A HOUSE IN THE GENERAL COMMISSION BU . siness, well established and having a profitable trade and valuable cot respondents, desire an office Part ner with a capital of $25,000. Address COMMISSION, box 4,0S9 Post office. For sale? a third share in a manufactur ing business for $2.r>0 cash. Address box Post office. (lOOD CHANCE.? A MANUFACTURING COMPANY, T with good orders on hand, wishes to obtain a few thousand dollars additional capital; good references. Address K. F. L., Herald officc. I AW, BUSINESS AND B A N K I N 1 i O F F I C E S TO LET? J On first and second floors, single or in suits, at 83 Nassau street. Inquire at room 10. W. <i. MULOCK. PARTNER WANTED? IN THE NEW AND SECOND hand furniture business, with small capital ; one that understands repairing preferred; references required. Apply at 692 Third avenue, South Brooklyn. PARTNER WANTED.? GOOD PAYING OFFICE Busi ness; not much cash required. Apply at 93 Third Avenue. PATENTS.? PARTI RS WISHING TO SELL, BUY OR manufacture, call for a copy of Tlie Patent Bulletin. Manufacturing business gold anil capitul procured. MOODY * CO., Patent Agents l*-'* Broadway. ARTNER, WITH CAPITAL, TO JOIN A GENTLE man from tlic South In opening a cotton and com mission house. Address C. A C., Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,268 Broadway. SEVERAL OF THE BEST PATENTS ON BUSTLES TO k? put out on a small royalty to a manufacturing house in England that can supply market. Address 1871 Herald office. TO CAPITALISTS.? FIRST CLASS HOTEL, LEASE, Ac., for sale; the Lease, Furniture. Fixtures, Ac., of a first class Hotel, upon Chestnut street, in the city of Phila delphia. Pa., centrally situated, containing upwards of IIS rooms; the whole in (food order; also contains room tor a first cIojh restaurant ; to an energetic person, desir ous of entraifiug in the business, this offers unusual in ducements. For nirther particulars and terms address or applv to ALFRED FITLER, 51 North Sixth street, rawuipiiit, Pa. TO A GOOD, INDUSTRIOUS CANVASSER WE WILL glre a third Interest in a most profitable patented article on any unsold State. HANNA A CO., 28 Prince street. WANTED-AN ACTIVE, INDUSTRIOUS MAN, OF correct moral hahlts, with a few hundred dollars, as partner In a fruit business Inquire in fruit store, -11 Hudson st WANTED? EXPERIENCED MAN, WITH CAPITAL, to loin in profitable business that will bear investi gation and bring largo profits. Address box 2,681 New York Post office. It ' ANTED ? A BUSINESS MAN. WITH A FEW THOU tV sand dollars, in a legitimate cash businut>s paying IlK profits. Apply to I,l,t)YI), 29 Broadway. W ANTED, FROM $3.0(10 TO ?IIM*?I. AS PARTNER OR r ? Investment.? A gentleman having a t'arin of nearly 3,000 acres in North Carolina, under successful cultivation, from Ml to TS hands (colored) to work dally, wants capital. To an Invalid or any gentleman with mtfans who wants a home In the garden of Eden a good chance will be given ; security, mortgage. Full particulars on application to HAM I'fiL F. BAKTOL, 221 I'enrl street. nr ANTED TO BORROW-ON UNEXCEPTIONABLE f T security, the sum of gum for six mouths; In exchange a nice room and hoard In a private lamilv of the highest respectability will he given ; at the end of six months ftl'io will be returned; thus the board and lodging tor ~lx months will Amount to only $.1)0. Address A. R. M., Her ald Uptown Branch office. 1,26ft Broadway. Of ANT ED? AfT Af'TI V E PARTNER, WITH $10. mm. BY ?? a dry goods commission house, to take the place of ' a partner retiring 1st July. Address COTTONS, box 148 lleruld office. I llllil -WANTED, A PARTNER, WITH THE ?J* I ?' " " *? above capital, in a tlrst class business; will pay $s,t)fli) a year. Address W. A., Herald office. (Kill W1LL PROCURE HALF INTEREST IN Cl.vl/U an established and well paving liu'ht manu facturing business. Particular! nt the factory, No. 2 Abat toir place, southwest corner Thinv ninth street and Elev enth avenue. SO A/ l/Y _OR~MORE AND THE SERVICES OF AN active business man wanted, to extend a business already established and paying large profits. Address SAKE INVESTMENT, Herald office. SO mill WANTED-IN a legitimate, moral 1 O.Wlnl dramatic enterprise, yielding double that ; amount to the investor; fullest Investigation courted. Ad dress DRAMA, Uptown Advertisement office, West i Thirty-second street (k 1 (lllll WILL IW V A HALF INTEREST IN AN old established manufacturing business in the city, paying large profits Call on owners, Ll'CKEY j A SHI FF, (H Cellar street. A1H 1MU) -PARTNER WANTED, IN MANCFAC. ?P I ' ' ?yUUi tnrtng one of the most valuable artlc'les ever offered to the public ; a monopoly, whereby ? large fortune can be realized. tJRlGuS, CARLETON A CO., 9H Broadway. r All) linn ? WMWI.-WAIfTED. A PARTNER, fpll'il/HW special or active. In a wholesale house in lower part ot cifv ; established six years and i>a\ ing goi d I profits; the business en tKiever go (town ; goons all staple, j Address, with name only. DEM A. llernld office I | l| | f I TO $60,000 WANTED ? A KPJSCIAL I " " or active partner, with the aliove i Iaiooiint ot capital. In a young shipping and < om mission house, witli good Connections: object, minus* ?t busi item AtJUr< Ai'TlVii. lleruld I A1KU8RJIIKRT9. rkliYMPIO THHATRH. vJ LAST THKKK PERFORMANCES OF Honda j, June JO. WSlh time oi the great Pantomime. HUMPTY DUMPTY. P A K E W B L L Tuesday, ?'one U, Matinee. l.lMNIt h i mi'. Benefit of G. L. FOX. Mutiuee at & Tuesday, Jane 11, Evening, 1,001st and positively liiKt time. Fun well lit' lie fit of Mr. G. L FOX. Farewell Benefit of Mr. G. L FOX. Matinee and evening performance, ruesday, June II. !?! The Kuiiiiner season will begin on Monday, June 17 with Johnny Allen in Schneider, nuj>ported by Littlu Mac and A lift* Harrison. BOOTH'S THEATRE. ADAMS. Mr. EDWIN BOOTH Proprietor and Manager Fourth week of the popular Tragedian, Mr. EDWIN ADAMS and LAST NIGHTS of ENOCH AKDEN. Saturday Matinee at l>? o'clock. Peats M'cured at the theatre ; also at DIUon A Co.'h music store, 711 Broadway. BOOTH'S THEATRE. * EXTRA. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. A FAREWELL MATINEE PERFORMANCE on WEDNESDAY NEXT, JUNE 12, at 1:30, will be extended by Mr. BOOTH to to the veteran actor, Mr. D. C. ANDERSON, AS A TESTIMONIAL OF KESPEC? in view of his retirement from this theatre, and the pro fession he has graced for over forty years. For this ocea siou MR. EDWIN BOOTH will make his reappearance In the Comedy of DON 0>BSAK DE HAZAN, the entertainment concluding with MR. EDWIN ADAMS as ENOCH ARDEN, In the fourth act of that play. Seats secured at the theatre; also at Ditson A Co.'s Music store, 711 Broadway. Bowery theatre. WM. B. FREMOH Manager MONDAY EVENINO, JUNE 10. 1*72, an entirely new and original drama. In four acts, by Charles Foster, the most SUCCESSFUL DRAMATIC AUTHOR OF ThE DAY, entitled, THE SWA Ml* ANGELS; OK, THE OUTLAWS OF CAROLINA, falthftilly depleting the many thrilling and exciting scenes and incidents which befell the adventurous corre spondent of the NEW YORK HERALD during his recent soionrn among the Lowery brothers. Produced with correct and appropriate scenery and oast to the full strength of the company. Preceded by the comic farce of tne YANKEE DUELLIST. GRAND SWAMP ANGEL MATINEE ON SATURDAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK. 201 BOWERY. Only Variety Theatre in New York. STILL MOKE NEW STARS. BILLY COLLINS. BILLY COLLINS. Miss ALICE BATEMAN. SIGNOR BLITZ. SZGNOK BLITZ. ltlLLY NOONAN. BILLY PASTOR BILLY PASTOR asG. VV. Sport, in the how drama YOUNG AMERICA IN IRELAND. Tony pastor s opera house, Remember' the MATINEES on TUESDAY and FRIDAY. TUESDAY. FRIDAY. B OB HEIGHT, DICK LITTLE AND DREWETTE. LINA EDWIN'S, MONDAY NIGHT. THE MAN OK DESTINY. GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN, THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT, will talk to the people ON SUNDAY NEXT, JUNE !), AT 8 P. M? AT SAM SIIARPLEY'S HALL, 68f> BROADWAY. Admission 26 cents to all parts of tlie house. THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION. FULL EXPOBE BY GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN TO-NIGHT. SAM HHARPLEY'B, 585 BROADWAY. Admission 25 cents to all parti of house. T "G? 10 DRIVE AWAY THK BLUES. GO TO LINA EDWIN S, MONDAY NIGHT. The pijilomathkan society of the univer sity of the City of New York, will hold its annual R? u n inn on Friday, .Tunc 14, at 7*# P. M.. in the Plilio lnalhean Hall or the University. The Alumni of the so ciety are invited to he present. AMONG DEM COTTON FIELDS." LINA ED WIN'S, Monday night. Fun alive at bharplky'8, m Broadway. GEORGE FltANCIS TRAIN TO-NIGHT. 25 cents to all parts of house. J^TALANTAB AND LONDONERS. LOOK OUT FOR THE EXTRA TELEGRAM ON MONDAY. FULL PARTICULARS OF THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL BOAT RACE. PIANOFORTE!*. AT HAINES BROS 27 UNION SQUARE. Those desiring a first class Piano should not purchase before culling at our salesroom*. Elegant Pianos, unrivalled in tone and finish, at prices to please. Every piano warranted as represented. N. !?.? A few Pianos in from rent will he sold at great bargain*. A FIRST CLASS PIANO TO EXCHANGE FOR CAR peta. F. COLEMAN. 150 Bowery, New York. ACHICKER1NG PIANO, $75; BEAUTIFULLY carved Mallet, Davis A Co.; great sacrlflcc; sold on small instalments. Pianos to rent, for citv or country. T. K. BKrlRY A CO., 7H"J Broadway. A NEARLY NEW 7>? OCTAVE ELEGANT CASED Piano, in perfect order, lor sale cheap. Can he seen at 610 Broadway. AT BLUME'S.? ELEGANT ROSEWOOD "KNABE" Pianos; carved legs, overstrung, agraffo arrange ment; latest improvements. Second-haud Pianos, $175, $225, $275; greut bargains. FREDERICK BU M E, 27 I'uinn square, Broadway. A BEAUTIFUL PIANO, ONLY $100; A WEB KB 7 W octave Pianoforte, richly carved legs, overntruug bass, every improvement, cheap for cash. .1. RIDDLE, l.'t Waverlev place, near Broadway. AT 12t> WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET. PRIVATE residence, magnificent 7 St octavo brilliant, round, rosewood Pianoforte for sale; used 8 months; cost $860, for $275; Stool, Cover and Music Stand. Can be boxcu tor shipping. A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE, grand scale, for sale? Property family leaving cltv; made to order; celebrated maker; used 5 months; fully guaranteed ; cost $90U, for $275; also Parlor Suits, Elageres, rosewood, walnut Bureaus, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Dining Furniture, Ac. ; sacrifice. Call before purchasing else where. 36 West 16th st., near 6th av. PIANOS. MELODEONS AND ORGANS OF NEW AND most beautif ul style, of best makers, at lowerjnriccs for cash or monthly instalments, or for rent, at WATERS', 4.S1 Broadway, tlutn can he lonnd elsewhere. PIANOS TO RENT-FROM $3 TO $S PF.R MONTH; for sale, from $75 upwards, cash, or on instalments, to sultcust mers, at E. V. DUMSDAY'S Pianoforte Ware rooms. 24 University place, corner of Ninth stroet. Music taught 11TM. A. POND A CO. V* M. A. POND A CO. WM. A. POND A CO. WM. A. POND A CO. WM. A. POND A CO. WM. A. POND A CO. WM. A. POND A CO. WM. A. POND A CO. ONE HUNDRED NEW AND second blind Pianos to rent, by the mouili or quarter, and t.ho rent applied to purchase when desired. Organs and Pianos to rent at from $:i to $12 per month. 647 Broadway; Branch, :w Union square. MUSICAL. A YOUNG LADY WILL (JIVE LESSONS ON THE piano at nupU's residence at $1(1 per quarter and les sons In Wax Flowers at $6 per quarter. Address MUSIC, Hi raid office. A MIDDLE-AGED FOREIGN GENTLEMAN. OF MANY years' experience, very successful as a professor of mu sic, who is not leaving the city during f he summer mouths, has a lew hours disengaged lor piano or singing lessons; terms moderate ; highest city references. Address GEN TLEMAN, Herald office. A GENTLEMAN WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ONTHK piunn and in singing at pupil's residence for $16 a quarter. Address Mr. G., 167 West 20th st. A GENTLEMAN WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON THE Pianoforte :it pupils' residence for $H> per quarter; best of references given. Address, with residence, TEACHER, box 122 Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,2(16 Broadway. ___ A TENOR, WITH A MAGNIFICENT VOICE, DE sires to connect himself with a first class choir lor iiracticc. without pay. Address TENOR, box 19'. Herald Uptown Branch othce, 1,266 Broadway. A N ALTO WITH A FINE VOICE WISHES A PO JY titlon in a choir. Address MUSIC, care of 20 Ex change place, Jersey City, N. J. \NTONIO L. MORA, ORGANIST, OPEN FOR A church engagement, either in New YorK or Brook lyn. Address Y. M. C. A., corner Twenty-third strpetaml Fourth avenue, or 1,227 Broadway, rooms 10, If and 12. AI?o a first class baritone. Boston jubilee CHORUS.? MEMBERS are re quested to attend rehearsals on Monday and Thurs day evenings next, at the rooms ot the Harmonic Society, Fourth avenue. Particulars of time and rouU' given and tickets distributed on Thursday night fjtOA SALE CHEAP? A FINE E FLAT BERTKLING r Clarionet Address CLARIONET, Herald office. H ALLAN'S MUSICAL ACADEMY, 12 UNION square. ? Piano, V iolin, Organ, Singing, Harmony, class nr Private Instruction. AH pupils under Mr. HAL LAM'S tuition or supervision; open all summer. \fUSIC- FROM $2 TO $3 PER MONTH FOR IN 1>L struction on the Piano, with daily practice, at 261 West Fortieth street, between Seventh and Eighth ave nues. Pupils rapidly advanced. ATIONAL CONSERVATORY OF music. ? _ A SELECT SCHOOL for all brandies of Music. (Decker Brothers' Building), Union square (Broadway), near Sixteenth street. ITIHI NEW YORK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC has removed to No. 6 East Fourteenth street, near I llth avenue, next door U> Delmonlco's. The CONSERVATORY REMAINS OPEN THE ENTIRE YRAK for prlvatn ami el*** instruction In all (tranche* ot Vn< hi and limtriiuiffitm Music, Harmony ami Uon and Modern ^^Sf$KLTN| HB. 104 and 101 Court street a*ar Stab N Ajnjwgwncirrs. T|700D?B MUSEUM. WOOD'S ? IMMENSE SUCCESS uf the NEW OKA MA. MONDAY, JVNE Jo, owing to prior engagement#, POfOTXVBIiY TIIK LAST NIGHTR PIWITIVELY THE LAST NIGHTS ot the celebrated American actor. JOHNNY THOMPSON. JOHNNY THOMPSON. LAST NIGHTS, Monday, Tnesday, Wednc <day, Thursday and Friday ill hU New Drama, entitled OlIR COLORED BROTHER. OUR COLORED BKOTHKR OUR COLORED BROTHER DIXIE (new Songs, Dances, Ac.). ..JOHNNY THOMl'flOl* supported by a superior cast. MATINEE PERFORMANCES AT I p. M Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Production of WATTS PUILIPS' Drama, iu 4 act*, of MAUD'S PEKIIj, cast to the strength of the excellent company. To conclude with the marine Farce ot MRS. GREEN'S LOVERS. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, Benefit, both afternoon and evening. ot the talented youug actor, Mr. THOMAS W KEENE, when an immense bill will 1>? presented. IJNION SQUARE THEATRE. SECOND WEEK OF FORTUNIO. A POSITIVE SUCCESS. FORTUNIO, FORTUNIO, FORTUNIO, presented EYERY NIGHT bv the brilliant and beautiful* MRS. JAM ES A. GATES, Miss Nellie Allen, Mr. W. H. Crane, Mr. H. T. Allen, Mr, H. H. Pratt, Mr. C. II. Drew, Mr. A. W. Martin and thai other members ot this GREAT COMPANY. The music (pronounced by tho public and the press thq. most beautiful over introduced iu a burlesque) under tba direction of MR. FRANK n0WS0N. EVERY SONG AND CONCERTED NUMBER ENCORED,* "HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWB?? as sunt; by the famous GATES QUARTET, encored five* times every night. MAFLIN'S GREAT LADDER DANCR, received with shouts of laughter and rounds of applause j. THE DRAGON DANCE, a marvel of acrobatic skill. NEW FEATURES TUIS WEEK. A new ballet introducing Mile*. Aloxandrina, Dark* Ilaines and Lucille in their famous Hungarian Dance. A NEW SPADE DANCE, BY MAFLIN. PROF. TABER'S TALKING MACHINE. The wonder of the age, A MACHINE THAT SPEAKS ANY LANGUAGE, LAUGHS AND SINGS. Secure your seats. Box office open fiom 8 to 4. 8eattJ< secured six (lays in advance. MATINEES EVERY SATURDAY AT iX O'CLOCK. LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON, AND OK "ARTICLE 47." 5TII AVENUE THEATRE. Hole Lessee ami Mauugcr Mr. AUOUSTIN DALY? Positively last week of the season, and lint week of the brilliant Parisian Drama. ARTICLE 47, which will reach It* 77th and last night on June 15. SATURDAY, June 15, LAST MATINEE and LABT NIOHT OF THE SEASON, and of "ARTICLE 47." CHARACTERS bv Miss Fanny1 Davenport, Clara Morris, Linda Deitz, Mrs. Gilbert, Roberta Nor -> wood, Mr. D. H. Ilarklns, W. Dav-; Idge, W. J. Lcmoyne, George, Griffiths, Henry Crisp, Owen Fnw cett, D. Whiting, O. F. De Vere,, Gorge Parkes, Bennett, Beek Iinan, Pierce, Godfrey and others. SATURDAY, June 15, benefit of the Treasurer, Mr. A. API'LETON. BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET W. W. SEGUIN A CO Lessees and Manager^ W. T. ELLIOTT Business Managu/ ENGLISH OPERA. ENGLISH OPERA. MONDAY EVENING, VERDI'S POPULAR OPERA, IL TROVATORE I II. TROV ATORE 1 1 Miss EMMA IIOWSON, Mrs. ZELDA SEGUIN, Miss SCHOFIELD, Mr. BROOKHOUSE BOWLER? Mr. HENRI DRAYTON, Mr. ARTHUR HOWELL. Supported by a carefully seieoteu Orchestra and Chorus.. Mr. ANTHONY REIFF, Jr..T Musical Conductor TROVATORE. TUESDAY. TROVATORE. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MARTHA. In active rehearsal, T1IE DOCTOR OF ALCANTARA. Admission $1; reserved seats 50c. extra ; secured at 114 Broadway ; Hall A Son's, 751 Broadway, and Opera House. BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET. MONDAY NIGHT, ENGLISH OPERA. _ MISS EMMA HOWSON AS LEONORA. BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY THIRD STREET. TROVATORE-TROVATORE-TROVATORE. MR. BROOKHOUSE BOWLKB AS MAN RICO. BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET. MONDAY? TltOVATORE-MONDAY. MRS. ZELDA SEGUIN AS AZUC'ENA. RYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET MR. HENRI DRAYTON AS COUNT D! LIJNA, MONDAY NIGHT, IN IL TROVATORE. INA EDWIN'S THEATRE, ' J 720 BROADWAY. OPENING NIGHT, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 10. THE ORIGINAL GEORGIA MINSTRELS, the onlv hand of GENUINE NEGRO MINSTRELS IN THE WORLD1. Returned from a Triumphant Tour through ENGLAND AND THE CONTINENT. M RS. F. B. CONWAY'S BROOKLYN THEATRE. IMMENSE SUCCESS AND SECOND WEEK OF THE THE NAIAD QUEEN AND VAN HAMME'S CHEAT BALLET TROUPE. PARK THEATRE. BROOKLYN. OLIVER DOUD BYRON Manager. MONDAY, JUNE 10. TONY DENIER PANTOMIME TROUPE IN HUMI'TY DUMPTY. SAM SHARPLEY'S MINSTRELS, 585 BROADWAY. FIFTH SUCCESSFUL WEEK. ^ ANOTHER CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. ~ EVERYTHING NEW AND ORIGINAL. ALL THE GREAT SINGERS, ALL THE OREAT COMEDIANS. Charley White, Sam Sliarpley, Noise Seymour, Harry Maearthy, Rice, Delelianty and Hcngltr. IN THE PROVINCES and I ill; SHORT STRIKE. MATINEE ON THURSDAYS ONLY. C CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. THEODORE THOMAS. ) Proprietor J. KOCH THEODORE THOMAS' UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHTS CONCERTS. THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING, June 9, at. 8 o'clock, FOURTH GRAND SUNDAY CONCERT when a new and very brilliant Programme will Iw pre sented. Admission 50 cents each; Private Boxes $1 extra. TIVOLI, 18 St. Mark's place, 20. This evening, at 9 o'clock, SECOND GRAND SACRED CONCERT. Conductor Mr. CARL BERUMANN Admission, 25 cents. PAVILION, (588 Broadway, near Fourth street This evening, at 8 o'clock, ELEVENTH SACRED CONCERT of the celebrated Pavilion Lady Orchestra. Admission, 25 cents. PAUL FALK. SAM SHARPLEY'S HALL, 588 BROADWAY. THE I GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN, MAN \ WILL GIVE HIS LAST DISCOURSE OF I TO THE PEOPLE THE I TO-NIGHT. TO NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. PERIOD. I Admission 25 cents to all seats. N Q EW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 6IS BROAD ^ , way. between Houston and Bleecker streets.? Every one should visit this wonderful museum. It is full of everything people should see and understand, lectures daily on "The Philosophy of MarrlHge." Those parties unaide to attend these important lectures can have them forwarded, post free, on receipt of 2.5 cents, by addressing SECRETARY NEW YORE MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 61? Broadway, New York. CJONUS OF THE OLD PLANTATION. 0 LINA EDWIN S THEATRE, EVERY EVENING. NEW MUSIC.? "MY SONG" AS iSUNO BY MRS Charles Moulton, one of the choicest gems of song ever published, price 50c. ; "The Absent One," a favorite song of Mrs. Monlton's, price 40e. ; "Horace Greeley's Grand March." with excellent portrait, price 4tlc. WM. A. POND A CO., Publishers, 547 Broadway; Branch Store, M Union square. rp III! EE CHEERS FOR THE STRIKERS 1 HEAR GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN TO NIGHT, AT SHARPLEY'S II ALL, 5X5 BROADWAY. _ UEEN VICTORIA AND ALL AMERICA LAUGHS AT THE ORIGINAL MINSTRELS I FENCING AND BOXING ACADEMY, IH WEST Eight h street (Clinton place), near Broadway.? Box ing taught In 12 lessons. A line assortment of frenclng Appuratu.* and Boxing Gloves on hand and for sale. Colonel MONS'IERY. LOOK out for a PANIC to-night. GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN ON "FINANCE, THE WORLD, THE FLESH AND THE DEV IL SAM SH.vllFLEV S HALL, 585 BROADW AY. Ri n HOT THE KING LAUGH MAKERS , LlkA EDWIN'S THEATRE, MONDAY NIGHT /iard -private instruction, PIANO, VIOLIN, Organ. Guitar, Singtmr, 1 ?rmonv, dav and evening. ni al I ed fTc e.' 8 C<" ' 'j A^'wA Vs'oN '. m! i's'ics^ ri i rector J HANNAH I'KY ^Vn a'e'iIu l.VS. MONDAY I VENINO. WIGHTS, SHIRTS TRUNKS, LONG STOCKINGS, IN I xllk worsted and cotton, every size and color, at low prices l-MGN *I>AMS A CO..W7 lir.,.dway. TJANJO, SONG AND DANCE -.11(1 AND CLOG DANC 1) ing taught ; pupils fitted for the stage, bv JOHN BO UAN, 100 East Houston St., near Bowery. Ladles taught. TO LET-NIOHTLY, OR IN THE DAY TIME. TI1E Theatre In Tammany Hall, Fourteenth street, between Third and Fourth avenues formerly occupied by Bryant's Minstrels. This theatre will accommodate 1,000 persons, and will he let lor lectures and for respectable perform ances. Inquire ol the JANITOR, who can be lound ii? the room adjoining the Academy of*M (isle. METROPOLITAN THEATRICAL AND SHOW PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, HERALD BUILDINd BROADWAY AND~ANN STREET. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THEATRICAL MINSTREL AND VARIETY CUTS CONSTANTLI ON 'i1AND>