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ftALkfliT AtmOl*. BOH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. Office and salesroom S7 Nassau rtreft, . . , opposite the l'ost office, *? Genteel second hand Household Furniture JOnNBTON A VAN TABS ELL will soil ou Wednesday, at 10k o'clock, ?t their "nlpsroom S7 Nassau street. a large MMMll Hof hold /uruiuire ol every description. A BOH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, Office and salesroom 37 Na-ssaa street, opposite the I'oot office. FINK SALE OF AMERICANAND EUROPEAN Oil, PAINTINGS, AT JOHNSTON A VAN TABSELL'S salesroom, 17 Nassau street, on TUESDAY, Juue lb, ut 12 o'clock. Landscapes, Marluo Views, Still IJte, Genre Sub jects, Ac. The ;iic tare* are now on exhibition, with catalogs* ALLEN B. MINER, AUCTION HER. Salesroom US Chambers and i7 Reado streets. By ALLEN II. M1NKII A liRO., THURSDAY, June ?-'0, at 10>4 o'clock, at rur snlosroom, _ 96 Chamber* rnul 77 Reade streets. OBNTEEI, IIOURKHOLD FURNITURE, curved rosewood Pianos, Mirror*. Carpet*, Ac., Ac. Details in Ume. Albert b waldron, auctioneer, salesroom* 108 Liberty, 111 Cedar and 3H Church sts. Furniture, Carpet#, Bedding, Mirrors, < : 1 n . Crockery, Ac., ON TUESDAY, JUNE IS. 1872, at 10k o'clock, WA1JJRON A OOOKK will wit as above the entire con tents of a private residence, ulso part of an assignee's ?took of Furniture, Including almost every article that can lie found In a private residence , also OlUce Fuiuiture, Ao. Particulars to morrow At 1- o'clock, Exccuior'H sale Horses, Wagons and Harness. By order of Oeorge J. Murtln, Executor of P. V. Martin, Mnawd. Three line Driving and Ridlnjj Ponies. Two Pony Phaetons and Harness. One Coupe florae and Harness Two Ane Road Horace, In at and fine. One pair Carriage !Iom?. One Express florae. Wagon and Harness. AJ1 of the Htock lo sound and good Other Horses, Wagons nnd Harness. Hale positive. This lot of Horses should bo seen by par lien wishing to ynrehafe. A MANSION AT AUCTION. -D. M SMYTH, Auc tioneer, will sell ou Tuesday, June 18, at3 o'clock P. M., en the premises, at Woodside, Newark, N. J., on Car teret street, a magnificent Milinion. with adjoining Lot.*; sixty per cent rtiay remain on bond nnd mortgage. rot full description, pliotogi uplut, Ac., apply to uuctioueer, ?!U Broadway, room 18. Auction notice T1I1S DAY MONDAY, ut 1 1 o'clock, THIRTY-THIRD KHUULAK SPRING SALE V Of STRAW GOODS, IWO CASES Nl'.w AND STAPLE OOOD8, Attention ol buyers invited Catalogues and goods now ready. WM. TOPP1NO A CO , Auctioneers, No. lag Church street. Auction notice. CLINTON B. OSGOOD, AUCTIONEER. OSGOOD A CO. Will sell, at their salesroom, 12(1 Chambers wtrect, near Collego place, TI1IS DAY, MONDAY, JUNE 17, AT V)V. A. M. PERhf.'PTOKY BALE ? SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Velvet, Brussels and Ingrain Carpet!, elegant black Wftlnnt Mirror Front Secretary H< dstead, BlaeK Walnut, Maliognny, oak and Iron Bedsteads; Curled Hair and Hus'i Mattressc, Feather Beds and Pillows, Mahogany Bedsteads, Parlor Suit* in reps, plush and satin broca lel; marble top Centre Tables, elegant gilt frame Mir rors, black walnut marble top Bullet, oak nnd black wul nut carlo stated Chairs, Canton Matting in rolls; Lace Curtains. Ililliard Tublu, Bowing Machines, Table, 4'hairs, stair Carpets, Oilcloths, Sialr Rods, Crockery, Glasswure, Kitchen Utensils, Ac. A -LUKE FITZGERALD, AUCTIONEER. A> Elegant costly Household Furniture, Pianoforte, fine Oil Paintings, I'urlor Suits, Bronses, Ac. LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer, sells thin (Monday) morning, commencing ut IUVj o'clock, all the elegant, eostly Works of Art contained in private residence 120 West ZSd sireet, but. lith und 7th avenues? namely, mag BlUccnt V.i octavo rich rosewood Pianoforte, nearly new; Parlor, Library anil Urawiug Room suits; rosewood Eta ?eres, Mirrors, Curtains, Bronzes and Bisque Figures, Console and Centre Tables, inlaid Bookcase, NOO volumes Books, Oil Paintings, Ac. : Dining Room .Sideboard. Ex tension Tables, Chairs, solid Silver, Ae. ; Chamber Suits, In rosewood and walnut; Dressing Bureaus, Bedsteads, Arniotre-a-Glace, eurled Hair and Spring Mattresses, Turkish Chairs, Lounges: also Basement and Kitchen Fur u I tu re. Kale positive. N. It. ? Goods boxed and shipped lor purchasers. Auction hale. Magnificent Household Furniture, Rescwei d Pianoforte, Drawiugroi ni Suits, Paintings, Bron/.es, Silverware, at public auction, on THIS DAY (Monday), June 17, at the elegant residence 3fi West Fifteenth street, between Filth and Sixth avenues, the property of M. A. Blake, Esq., tiala commencing at I0U o'clock. AUGUSTK MARTIN i\S, Auctioneer. Drawing Room Suits, Pompadour, Marie Antoinette ?tylos, covered richest description silk brocade; Etageri s, Cabinets. Secretary Bookcase, Tables, Paintings, Bronze.-, Clocks, vases, rosewood Pianoforte, celebrated maker; rosewood, walnut Dressing Bureaus, Bedsteads, Ward robes, Mattresses, Blankets, Chlnaware, Linen, Glass ware, Cutlery, Silverware, Basement, Kitchen Furniture. N B.? Parties wishing attend this sale take :<tli av. stages ?r 6th av. ears. A LARGE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE SALE. This dr.y, commencing at 10) i o'clock, at private residence 124 West atith st., by HENRY ZINN Auctioneer, sells, without reserve, over S00 lots, by catalogue, of use ful Household Furniture, viz Rosewood Pianoforte, cost$?00, rich Parlor Suits, Lnec Curtains, marble top Tables, Brussels Carpets, Oil Paintings, Ac. ; also Bedroom Holts, in rosewood and walnut; single and double Bed steads, Bureaus. Wardrobes, Spring and Hair Mattresses, Lounces, clocks, Beddiut;, Ac. ; also Dining Room, Base ment and Kitchen Furniture, Ac.. Ac. Sale positive. AUCTION. AUCTION. AUCTION. Large and genuine pale of magiulieetii Household Furniture, st the elegcnl residence, 2 &2 West Forty-second street, near Seventh avenue, this (Monday) morning, June 17, at I0V, o'clock. EDWfN NICHOLS, Auctioneer. Velvet Brussels nudallioii Car rets. Parlor Suits, covered with satin, tirocatel and rep; ; roeatel and lace Curtains, Bronzes, Paintings, Works of Art, Bookcases, Tables, Turkish Sofas, Chairs, Lounges, 5osewood and walnut ciiumber Suits, style ot Louis :iv. ; Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washsiatids, Wardrobes, Hiring and hair Mattresses, Bedding, Extension Table. Buffet, Glass, China, Sliver Ware, Cutlery, Ac. : also all the Furniture of the servants' apartments. Parties wish ing to attend this sale take sixth, Seventh or Eighth avenue cars. Goods packed and delivered for purchasers. AUCTION NOTICE.? MORTGAGE SALE OF SUPERB Household Furniture. M. Doughty, Auctioneer, will sell at auction to-morrow, Tuesday, at lii'^ o'clock, at the private residence No. fi Beekinnn place, between Forty ninth and Fiftieth streets, lacing the. East River, the entire Furniture, comprising Parlor Suits in velvet and reps, walnut Chamber Suits, Matresses, Ac. ; Extension Table, Dining Chairs, Hall Stand, Mirror*. Ac. Panic ulnrs in catalogue. By order oi J. 8. Carr, Mortgagee. Auction sale of furniture, ac., to pay ai> vances. ? A. M. CRISTALAR, Auctioneer, will sell at 11 and 17 Abingdon square (junction of Hudson street and Eighth avcnuei, on Tuesday, .lime 1\ at 10}^ o'clock, an assorted lot of genteel Household Furniture, consisting ot walnut and cottage Bedroom Suits, Parlor Suits, Bu reaus, Washstands, Table-. Chairs, Bookcases, Carpets, Plated Ware, Cutlery, Ac. Dealers and public invited. BY M DOUGHTY, AUCTIONEER, will sell THIS DAY (Monday), at 10'f o'cl-eK, at thn salem oms 7!> Nussau s'rei t, a li r.'e colli eiion of new and ?erond list n<l Housei old Furniture, removed for conveni ence of salt . Including I arl< r and Cbatnbi r Suits, hrus?els and other ( urpets. i r nch P^it' >'i ror?, Wardrobes, Ex tension fables. Sidet oirds, Lounges, Stoves, Muttr sees, Hall stands, Marble 'iop Tables, Ac. ... ? BY MAX BAYEB8DORFER, AUCTIONEER.? SELLS, at 10 o'clock, corner Rivltigton and Mangln streets, elegant. Fixtures, Bar, Ale Pump, Tables, Chairs, Engrav ings, Liquors, Ac., in lots. MAX BATERgDOBFEB'B office, 245 Bowery. BY ISADOBB J. SWARZKOPH, AUCTIONEER ? Kellsat 10 o'clock, at 1,202 Second avenue, enlire Fur Slturc, Bedding, Carpets, Bureaus, Wardrobe of entire ousc, positively in lot*. Dealers invited. L J. SWARZKOPH, 273 Bowery. BY ISADORE J. SWARZKOPH, AUCTIONEER.? Sells at 2 o'clock, at <:'<> East Fifteenth street, entire Fixtures, Ice-house ot Meat Market, in lots. Dealers in vited. I. J. SWARZKOPH, 273 ltowerv. Edward schenck, auctioneer. Executor's sale of Very Choice and Valuable Old Wines and Rrandies, to olosc the estate of the late J. P. Froth Ingham. Esq., ? hv order ot Irving D. Tappan. Esq., Executor, ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 19, al 00 Liberty street, commencing at 12 o'clock. This highly valuable consignment of old private Wines **>n-ists partly ol Essex, ,lr.. Double Diamond, Old Re serve Tlnto Woodrop, South Side. Juno and Magr.mn Bonum Madeiras; Yriartc, Aninotillaun und Oloroso Sherries; London Dock Prize and Washington Ports; Pile Hanncssy, otard, Levequc and Leger Brandies; Moisenx "sans Egal" Chaiopaanes: v< ry old Rye rtnd Bourbon Whiskeys; also Wi'.t India Rum, being vintages from It 1 1 to 1862. the lot being the private stoelcot the late owner, whli.h has been apiirnitcrt at over Every lot will be positively sold by order of the executor. Catalogues and samples now ready. The above entire stock is now In store. EDWARD PETTINGER, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL, on Monday, 17th, at 10K, o'clock, at August llvuard's auction rooms, 77 Eighth avenue, miscellaneous lot Fur niture, Carpets, Has Hxtnrts. Kitchen Utensils; also lull set first class Meat FI lures, ci nsisting of marble top Ceinnters, Corned Beef Trays, Hooks; everything apper taining to first cla.'l business. Sale peremptory. GNAGIJ!. AUCTIONEER, OFFICE, 149 FOURTH . avenue, will cell on Wedlltfllay. June in, nt 11 o'clock a M , at private roidence, Sin Wert Thirtieth atreet, handsome household Farm tare. Mirror*, Carpets, Oilcloths, Ac. Details in lime. Henry fki.tman, auction kfh.? whitney ,t KE I.TM a N will w 1 1 nn Wednesday next, at their rooms, corner Dev ami Greenwich street*, lart;o sto< k of Horse*, Wa^nn--, flarnew, Ac. ; al.-ou lot of Boots, Shoes and other good*. J JOHNSON, JR., AUCTIONEER. ? Brilliant am lion triumph I The select portion!! ol three splendid K state", W . ,r.? water fronts, 147 choice villnuc Lot* ami 1 handsome Dwelling*, in tlie popular, central and tieuiititul village ol Whlteslone, U 1., at auction, at IJjJOo'cloca I'. M , on the premises, on TUESDAY, June 18, 1872, by peremptory order, lor absolute snlt> |,y John I?. Ivocke, Em., under the direction ol Uco. W. \ an Helen, Attorney, Come evarvhodv. <iral>illa's tamoim Hand, the Inimitable. Harrison a colossal collation and a ?trawlicrry IcMival will ..id to make the dav affrccalde. Hale absolute. No limit. No reserve. No tivlilddinr Terms ciiny ; title perfect; "it per cent on mortgasc lor three years. Take terry at James Blip or Thirty-fourth ?treet at II o'clock A. M. -diarp. Kor tree exi arm n ticket*, main, Ac., apply to OEO. W. VAN MlCtEN, Attorney, 183 NaMUlU Mreet, or JERB JOHNSON, Jr., Auctioneer, Ids Nassau street, New York. JOHN A. DUNN. AUCTIONEER. John A. DI'NN a CO., Salesroom 2i7 Howery, Will sell thla du,\ , at II o'clock. No. 2M Hudson street, all nn't entire the stock. fixture* and Furniture of that old established Har and Hilliurit Itooni, consisting of a pood stock of l.lquorN, and three Billiard Tables, 111 perlcct ?rder. and conii/ltU! in everv uai ticular. SiLBl AT APCTIOH. JJOHKBON. JR-. AUCTIONEER JOIUBU". J1MfcENBK BALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY In the THIRTEENTH WAKD Of JERSEY CITY, ('ompriilng SI6 SPLENDID BUILDING LOTH and EIGHTEEN MODERN DWELLINGS In MARION, N. J., at auction, at 12 H) P. If , on the promise*, ON THURSDAY, JPNK 20. 1872, by peremptory order of the MARION BU1LDINU COMPANY. Last opportunity yon will have to purchase first class ?nhurban property hi present low prices. Kr<? Excursion, GrafTUIa's Seventh Regiment Rami. Elegant Collation at St. James' ltolel, and Harrison '.i Vocul Eccentricities. Title perfect. Sale absolute. Terms easy. Special Train at 1 1 id A M J or Free Excursion Tickets, Maps, Ac., apply to GILES, WALES A CO., IS Maiden Lane ; or JERK JOHNSON, JR. Auctioneer, 25 Nassau street, New York. JACOB BOO ART, A UCTIONEER. ? MORTGAGE SALE, Monday, June 17, at II o'clock, at 02 Ditanc street, lot Perfumery, Oil*. Essences, Liquor Flavors, Toilet Powders, Pomades, Ac., Ac. M. JACOBS, Attorney lor Mortgagee. Lewis k. wood, auctioneer, will sell on TUESDAY, Juno 18, 1872, on the premises, at 2>, o'clock, ^00 valualde Buildu.u I<ots. in the town of GRKBNV1LLK, Hudson county, N. J., 30 minutes from City Hall or Wall street This properly comprises some of the most desirable Real Estate ever ottered In Hudson county. The location is delightful, on high ground, with an extended view of the city and bay of New York, Brooklyn, Statcn Island, Ac. The stilt ton of the Central Railroutl of New Jersey is on this property. There are 26 daily trains each way be tween New York and Greenville ; the limn from foot of Liberty street. New York, to Greenville station is 20 min utes and the fare (by excursion tickets) 10 cents. Terms of Halo. One-third cash, two thirds to remain on bond and mort gage lor three years at 7 per cent. Further information may be obtained at the I'ost office Building, Greenville; or of LEWIS E. WOOD, Auction eer, #9 Montgomery street, Jersey City; or ol M. ARM STRONG, 11) Ferry street, New York. M 0RKI8 W1LKINS, AUCTIONEER. Valuable Lots on West 143d >trecL netff 0 riiiitl Boulevard, ?0*** ai&lclldii -r B. n. LUDLOW \ < 0. will tu n at anctii n, on TUESDAY, June 18. 1872, at 12 o'clock, / at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway fPrinlfy Bnlldlnj). Wale bv orrter if the heir* of Simiiel Dunshee, da- en-cil. West 14?d atree.t? The two desirable Lota o? the north Hide of 142(1 btri'i t, 47f> feet went of Grand Boulevard, each 2'ix'.Pj. II feet Thi ne lot* are e- en with ih > grade and tree from roek ; ICd treet Ih opened tin I p. wered ; Crotun and gas pipes are !a;d. Warranty ancd given. Mortgage sale-benjamin p. fa I boh I lu Auctioneer.? l>n Monday, Jane 17. 1872, at 10 A. M., at the nortbeast corner of Madison avenue and Tnirtieth street, the following property, viz.: one new Clarence Coach. By order of the Attorney. MARSHAL'S SALE.? VERY FINE OIL PAINTINGS, Chromos, Steel Engravings, Pier anil Mnntel Mirrors. RICHARD WALTERS, Auctioneer, will sell, on Mon day, at II o'clock, ut salesroom 27 Kant Broadway, 80 very fine Oil Paintings, landscape, trult, game ; 8 Portrait Paint ings, Chromos, Steel Kim; a viugs, Mantel and Pier French plate Mirrors, Parlor Suits, in brocatel. Hale positive, without reserve. CHARLES K. WATTS, Marshal. MARSHAL'S SALE? RICHARD FIELD. SHERIFFS and General Auctioneer, salesroom 121 Bowery, will sell, this day, at 10 o'clock, at 87 East Broadway, a large assortment ot Dry Goods, Hosiery, Stationery. Ac. By order of P. FEKNEY, City Marshal. Mortgage sale? of the lease, good will, Fixtures, Furniture and Effects of the celebrated "Otis Field" Billiard Saloon, 121, 123 and 12.^ Fulton street, corner of Nassau street, consisting of six Billiard Tables, with cues, maces and bridges appertaining thereto; ten sets of Balis, two sets of Pool Balls, 40 oak Chairs, iron Sate, Secretary Desk, Mirror. Chumpagne Fountain. Wash stand, (la< Fixtures, liar. Counter, Deeanters, Bottles, Tumblers, Glasses, Ac.; also Horse, Wagon and Harness, on Wednesday, the 19tli day of. I tine, 1872, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premise*, by JACOB BOGART, Auc tioneer. JOHN II. HILL1ER, Attorney for Mortgagee. PAWNBROKER'S SALE? THIS DAY, BY JOHN MOR TIMER. 42 East Broadway, ft**) lot* fine silk and other Dresses, Skirts, Remnants, lace and other Shawls, Bed nnd Table Linen, Undergarments; also fine Coats, Pants, Vests. By order Solomon titeuiii, lib West Twf uty-sev enth street. PAWNBROKER'S SALE.? THIS DAY, JAMES AGAR, Auctioneer, will sell, at 89 New Bowery, .100 lots Men's and Women's ClotblnATable Linen, Sheets, Spreads, Ar. By order of J. Theiso, 208 Spring street. T) AWNBROWKER'S SALE.? WATCHES AND JBW JL clr.v ? TllOS. J. McGRATH, Auctioneer, 1X1 Chatham street, will sell on THURSDAY StOlola Gold and Silver Watches, Diamond*, Gold Jewelry, Gun". Pistols, 4c. By order M. Levy, fn Grand street SUPERB BOOKS FROM LONDON. Monday, June 17, and following evenings, at V/i o'clock, at the. Clinton Hall Salesrooms. Just receiyed from Messrs. Henry Sotlieran A Co. Or dered to be "sold i.ercmi.torurily lor tlielr account, with out anv reserve or limitation? comprising elegantly illus trated Works the -best, editions of standard books, many of great rarity. This collection contains a set of AlJDIItoN'S BIRDS OF AMERICA, the original edition of t hi? magnificent work, 4 vols , elc pliant folio, halt morocco, gilt leaves. A rare opportunity for book collectors. Also, Kinc-borough's AntiiiuUles of Mexico, 9 vols., tollo, half morocco, colored plate. Wilson's American Ornithology, 9 vols. ,4to. Very scarce. Stafford Gallery. 2 voN., 4to. Robert's Views in the Holy Land, 4 vols., folio, half morocco. Mr. Haliiwell's Magnificent edition of Shakespeare, 16 vols., folio, half morocco. Ko\nl Gallery of Art, 2 vol-., folio, morocco extra. Galerie dc Vieniie, 2 vols., 4to., Ac., Ac. Catalogues ready. Books on exhibition. The Messrs. LEAVITT, Auctioneers. CJ W. DAUOHY, AUCTIONEER ? BY DAUOHY A O. JOHNSON? Sells this day. nt 2 o'clock, a* 4M Canal ntr"et, a general assortment of Household Furniture Parlor Suit", til reps arid haircloth; Bed room Suits, Ward robes, Lounges, enamelled Suits, lilac k walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, Bed*. Bi dding, Glass and Crockery Ware, Lamps, Vhwr, Mantel Ornaments, Desks, Showcases, Ot. flee Furniture, Chairs, Tallies, Feather Beds and PiUoWS, Books, Mans, Pier and Mantel Mirrors, Pianofortes, Vel vet, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpet*: Oilcloths, China Mat tings, Wood and Willow Ware, School Furniture, I.ace Curtains, Window Shades, Oil Paintings. Kitchen I tcnslls mid a Inrrie variety of housekeeping articles; also lot of Bbafting, Pulleys and Sawing Machine. SHERIFF'S SALE.? R. FIELD, SHERIFF'S AND liKN eral Auctioneer, salesroom 121 Rowery, will sell (Ins day. at 11 o'clock, at the corner of Chambers and Centre streets, one Steam I'ire Engine, known as Engine No. 7. of the Fire Department ot the citv of New York; Tender and Apparatus belonging to the same Bv order. MATTHEW T. BREN.VAN, Sheriff. Jok.i. O. Rtfvkks, 1 nder Sheriff. TUOS. GAFFNEY rt CO,, AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL, this day, lit K7 East Houston street, at lll1^ o'clock, one family Mangle, Chairs, Tables, Mattrasses, Bedsteads, one large'Writing Desk, Ac. WILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER. Valuable State.n Island Property at auction. WILLIAM ABBOTT will sell on Monday, June 17, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Merchants' Exchange Salesrooms, 111 Broadway, New York, consisting ot' House and two Greenhouses, with hot water apparatus ; the lot Is lift feet by 100, on New York avenue, near the Vanderbllt landing. For particulars apply at the oflice of the auctioneer, No. 6 City Hall Place, New York. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES. A CORNER STORE AND EASEMENT To LET?1SS Bleecker street, for any respectable business; im mediate possession ; reduced rent. E. L. All. T. Bl'RNHAM. fi09 Hudson strut. A -TO LET. BUILDINGS, PARTS OF BUILDINGS . and Lofts, on a corner exceedingly well lighted, with or without power. Apply at ltw Clin street. A -TO LET, AT A VERT LOW RFNT, ftH BOND . street, corner ot Bowery: first class location, and suitable for a dentist, cosUuncr or any respectable busi ness. A -TWO STORES, ROOMS BACK AND BASE ? tnents to let, 86 and ft* Greenwich avenue, for any respectable business; immediate possession. E. L. A B. T. BURN HAM, 609 Hudson street. A FURNISHED HOTEL TO LET? THE HEALTHIEST locality near the city, ft r halt price to a responsible party. S. C. SMITH, owner. 202 William street, Frankfort Hons# . (10 TO BEAUTIFUL WHITE STONE TO-MOBBf )W. ? X As good all investment as city property. Oct tickets of MERE JOHN sol*. Jr., 25 Nassau street, or GEO. W. Van SICLEN, 13S Nil ?a n street. . - . OFFICES TO LEI? AT FROM $80 TO $2,000 PER AN tiutli. SPOFFORD BROTHERS A CO., 29 Broadway. STEAM POWER TO LET.? WELL LIGHTED BOOMS, large and -mull, heated by steam ; also use of steam elevator. 4IK nud 42t? West Twenty -sevi nth street. rpo LET-LARGE and SMALL booms w ith steam 1 Power. Apply to JOHN 8. sciiULTZK. 59 Wall street, or on the pr< mlses, BSD West Kilty-flrst street. TO LET? A SMALL STORE, WITH A LABGB BROW window, on Sixth avenue, near Tenth street, lor any business except irnit. cigars or candy. Inquire nt WALKER'S, iSs Sixth avenue. To LET? M LBROY STREET, NEAT LITTLE BOARD Ing House, Id rooms; heater and gas In every room; rent only $60 per month : Ave boarders will stay -.'part of furniture, nearly new, lor sale cheap; sitkui.-s in lamily cause of removal. rpo RFNT.? OFFIOB AND WORKSHOP SUITABLE 1 for manufacturing jewelry. Innuire on the premises, 189 Broadway, ot T. it. BYNNEB A CO DWELLING HOllSKS TO LKT. Earnlihcd. A -TO RENT. AT A BARGAIN TO A GOOD TENANT, . a partially lurnished House on West Nineteenth street; a three story high stoop brick House, in good order, rent 91,200: Immediate possession. JAMBS It. EDWARDS, 277 West Twenty third st. A PRETTILY FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT-ON West Twenty -second street.? A three story high stoop House, in oond order: bath, gas, ranee, Ac.; family obliged suddenly to leave tor Europe, will rent to a good t< nant at $175 per month ; furniture and carpets nearly new. JAMBS R. EDWARDS, 277 West Twenty-third street f^O TO BEAUTIFUL WHITESTONE TO-MORKOW.? \T As good an Investment as city property. Oct tickets ot JEIIE JOHNSON, Jr., Hi Nussau street, or GEO. W. VAN SICLEN, I.U Nassau street. Vnfurnlalied. Arm B STORY BASEMENT HOUSE, IN FINE order, ail Improvements, Immediate possession, to let, S7 West Ninth street E. L. A B T. BURNHAM, Hudson street. A LARGE Sfc STOKY HIGH STOOP HOURS TO rent., on West Twenty t r-t street. iB first rate order, jart thoroughly cleansed nnd repaired, ,vc. ; rent $1,AH0. JAMES li. EDWARDS. VI West Twenty third street. PWUJIfl norsKs to let. llnl'urnUhid. AN EXCELLFNT NINTH WARD HOUBE TO LET, very low? Will mjII or exchange. Furnished House to rent. House to rent, imd Furniture for x.t U-. .1 A MKS PAUNE V, 4:11 Hud-ton Ktreet FOUR STORY HOI'SE, ZO WEST FORTY-SIXTH utri'i t. pp.ir Hroadway, to let or leane . rear ex ten fu n find back Btair*. Apply to JOIIN H. MIltRAY, !? H rood way. rpo LET?A NICK SMVLL HOUSE, VERY DKSltt I ably and oentrallv located. II rooms Inquire of C. IMTT \ SON, 88 mu Ninth utrcct, opposite Stewart's. rpo I, KT? PRIVATE HOUSE, OR PART OF IT, IN 1 til* ly fifth street, near Second avenue, with pan, warm and eold water mid bathroom, and all other iiu lirovemeiils. Inquire at 1U8 Third btrect, room 1. FUUN1811EO ROOMS A!tfD IPAllTMENTS TO LET, A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY CAN ACCOMMODATE a gentleman with a handxoinelv lumislicU Room; kmllon tfciMBt, Addrta Q W. M.. station D A NICELY PUBN18BBD BOOM *0 LET BY A PJtt vato lamily. inquire at 2b! Kaat Eleventh street A? TO LET, AN EIjFOANTLY FURNISHED SUIT tlK ? I'arlorit, on Drat floor, lor club pui poacn, to gcutle men 1,17'j Hroadwny. AT 30 EAST TWELFTH STREET. ? PLEASANTLY PC It nulled Hoouia; eool, Kpaelmis, attraetlve I rum Iresli repairs deeoratlonn and all convenience*; hoUM' strictly llrnt clasii; near Broadway and bout restaur niits. APRIVATI'. FAMILY nAVE NICELY FURKI8HKD Rociiu to let lor housekeeping, or wou)d board a quiet party or lady ; no other boarderx. Also Hloor to let suitable for doctor or any olhcr business, luritislicd or un furnished ; house nice, and ha* all modern convenience*. Terms'iui.derutr. For Uiree day* call at or addroiMt 223 Weat Fortieth street. A SUIT OF ROOMS TO LET, FURNISHED ? OONHIST lng of lour rooms all eommunicat Ing ; also single Rooms, cheap for summer roonth;). l.loa Broadway. A handsomely furnished room TO LET? TO one or two gentlemen ; fam'ly private; locution un urp.issed. 122 iC.i t Ixti < nth siret-t, corner IrvtnK place. ~.~V"V< ?? WfcJ..? ; Y A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET, TO one or two gentlemen, without board. M West 'Hvi nt.v fourth itretl A WELL FURNISHED UPPER ROOM, HIGH celling, gas, Ac.. In tirst clans fpucious private resi <\<;uco No. (j St. Murks place, near Broadway; $.t, uo bill at door. , A LARGE FURNISHED ROOM TO LBT? WITH EX . ecUeuf accommodations tor hoascjMK'Ping; will bo let low to a good tenant. Apply at 2S Carmine street, near Bleecker, lor three dkyf. A FURNISHED LARGE, LOFTY CORNER ROOM, _, \ wjihoul board, for gentlemen or gentleman nuu wife, to let 14 Huillvan street, corner of Spriug street. Tj'BONT PARLOR, $7 WEEKLY? HACK ROOM, $B; r gas, bath and u-oof Kitchen included; rooms hand somely lurnlshed. Apply at Il2 East Thirty second street, near Lexington avenue. IpURNlSllED ROoaIS TO LET? FOR TWO OENTLE. ' men, or married couple; hath hih! gas. Inquire at W) Euxt icnth street, between avenues A and B. / 1 KNTLEMKN CAN BE ACCOM MOI) ATEl) WITH "T handsomely furnished Rooms, in units or singly, at 167 Wesi Twenty third street /"to TO BEAUTIFUL W1IITESTONE TO-MORROW.? VT Ah good mi investment as city property. Oct ticket* of JERK JOHNSON, Jr., 25 Nassau street, or UEO. W. VAN SIOLEN, Ktt Nassau street. ONE LARGE, LOFTY ROOM TO LET-A',SO"~A HALL Ilcdrootn. to gentlemen only ; gas, bath, Ac. 2tti Thompson tireet, near Amity. rno let? to gentlemen, newly furnished J Apartments; modern conveniences. .'15 West Tenth street. TO LET? PART OF A HOUSE NEAR CENTRAL Park, furnished or untarnished. Apply at 07 East Eighty-sixth street ]? NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS ; HOT AND COLD .. water; plenty of closet room, gas, bath, Ac,; good table; home comforts; at lowest mnnuer prices. <?2 West Fifteenth street. /TT1I AVENUE!? A KUltl)V KllkNisUEIt Rc7oM8*AT ? ) No. 16tj, near Filth Avenue Hotel. One )r two vitlc nien can be pleasantly situated, Apjilj on second tioor. OATH STREET, 61, BAST.? A l.ADY I1A* FURNISHED *)'/ Rooms at reasonable prices to let to g. ntle&icn, without board; hotise and location flr-r class. ?>Q EAST NINETEENTH STREET.? FINELY Fill:. 00 niched Rooms, lor sing Ic gentlemen only ; centrally lociltfd - |(t j EIGHTEENTH STREET, KHAR SIXTH A V 1 "'I nue.? Furnished for housekeeping or gentlemen, a Room and two Bed rooms ; terms $ij Ml a week. 13() M^rD0Ut}AL STREET.? FURNISHED ROOMS 1A \ REMSEN STREET.? A FURNISHED ROOM FOR t i" it gentleman, on Urooklyi; Heights, flvst class re sidence, in exchmm'o for preparing a young gentleman for college. J Ol broome street, three blocks west of ?T'H Broadway.? a nicely rnrni>li<rti ir.mt Room to wife ; ^PnV ?i!w per we"k KU' K''"U,"R" ur ",lt" i""1 DNKIKKISIIKI) lt(M)MS ANO APART MENTS TO LET. A PLEASANT HACK PARLOR TO LET? UN PUR uished, without, board, in u private lamily. oili W< ?.i Twenty -neoond street. riO TO BEAUTIFUL WHITEST ONE TO-MORROW.? " J As & odd uii invcgtmcnt an <-i?.v ?property. Met tickets hi JERK JiHINSOM, .Jr., Nirnruu street, or GEO. W. VAN SICLKN, 1SS Hmmo street. mo LET? THIRD AND FOURTH STORIES OF IW EAST 1 Tenth street, near Broadway ; Ave rooms on each floor ; will lie altered to ?uit applicant*; and let M'paru'el y if deal red. HACHINEHV . A TWO ROLLER AUV'.IS PRESS, IX GOOD ORDER, lor sale elieap.? Size of platen, 'Jt,'-=*:i7 im lie*. A j? ply at 181 Williaui treet, New York. <!ity. A? ENGINES, BOILERS, STEAM RUMPS, TANK< > P ulle\ s, Planers, Drills, Tools and Machinery, new mid see olid nn ml. bought, sola and exchanged. HOFFMAN FINNEY. 21(V Water at reel, Brooklyn. I^OR SAi.E? ' TWO NT:w CYLINDRICAL VUL0AN1Z intr or Curling Heaters, l> feet diameter, 18 leet long, with hinged dour*; most approved plan. U.v LOWE 4 WATSON, Bridgeport Boiler Works, bridge port, Conn. TpOB SALE? ONE ENGINE LATHE, M INCH SWING, r 12 lout bed, screw rutting and cross feed ; also new and second hand Lathes, 14 in 10 ini'li swing; small l'ianers, Drill I'rcwes and Milling Machines; ail in good order. SMITH A GARVIN, No. 8 Hugue street. I^OR SALR-ENOINES, BOILER!?, HOE'S BELTING 1 Piille s, Hangers, El, \at ra and KUvir Mill, oni- hoi-t E ? ? uU r. all in or..er, at .do We it Thirty -fo :rtli stre.-t. B. HO.\ A CO. MtSCKLJLA.\ ROUS. A PARTY HAVING LATHES, TOOLS ANT) POWER desire Work in elthi ;? brass or iron. Address 'I UEO. CLOVUH, 79 .iiiiin street. EORGE P. PARST, LITHOORAPIIEK AND JOB " T Printer, Dl and 'y> Maiden lane.? For all kindsof Prim ing, send tnrour o.-tl mates betoro ordering elsewhere. NEWSPAPERS. TTOLtlMES Or THE NEW YORK HERALD NEWS V paper tor sule; romnicncing a short period previous to the t.'itarle itoti Demorrntie Convention and continued until the elnsc of I lie rebellion. Apply at ROBERT COD , DINOTON'S Book i Store, Stki Bowery, New York. EtES AHD EARS. I A RTIFICIAL HUMAN EYES.? BAWII A OOITGEL | j\ MANN (formerly with Prote-sor Boistonneau, "I I Paris), makers and iuse.tcrs oi the Improved Eye, "M Blecker street. N. B.? T lice eyes are endorsed by the faculty. MATIll'IOMAL, t OENTLEMAN OK UNEXCEPTIONABLE CHARaC j\ ter. educatf d, retlned ami fine-looking. age tliiriy two. w i-lies tolorm the aeqnatntancc of a lady w itli mode: a tr fortntie; object matrimony ? i.ares nothing for age or j past lite. Address SERIOUS, Herald oflloe. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. i Married. Hramiiai.L?1!ai.dwi v.? At Trinity church, ink ton, Md., oti Tuesday, .lunc 1], l?y (lie Hev. Dr. ! Goodrich. Edmi ndJ. nic a in all, of Reigen Point, : N. J., to Elizabeth A., daug iter or William F. i;al<i win, of Elktoil, Mil. chickkkimo? Hamilton.? Oil Thursday, .Inn'- 13, | at the resldi ure of the bride's father, by the I! v. ; Dr. Rylance, Kenton Chicekrinci to Elizabeth, , daughter of James Hamilton, all of this ciiy. M arsh? Reid.? on Thursday, June 13, ihta at the I I residence of the bride's parents, by the Klpiit Hev. W. II. Odenhelmer, Joseph Mar^ii, of Perth Am- ; I iiov, N. J., to Cora, daughter of George W. Held, of ' . Elizabeth, X. J. ROBKSOH ? Bellow*. ? In this city, on Tuesday, ! June 11, by Rev. II. W. Bellows, I). I)., I.ieuienitn' I j Commander Hk*RT B. Kobk&on, r. H. N., to j K.)thari>i; Njopow, daughter of the late Hev. , ! John N. Bellows. Roorrs ? Peach v. ? At Richmond, Va., on Wcilnes- I day, June 12, 1372, by the Rev. Dr. Peterkin. FraN- J rrs (i. Rcmikiw to Mary M. C. Peachy, daughter of the late Thomas O. Peachy. Wkkd ? Bbotii.? At Mt. Peter's chnrch, Brush's Mills. N. Y? by the Hev. John Randall, on Tuesday, June 4, AmrsTi a A. Weep. of New York eitv. to Emma Ellkn, daughter of Henry N. BruMii, of the Ioniser place. Birth. Reagan.? The wife of Mr. Wm. H. Reagan, No. 5 Beekmau street, of twins. Dhd. BFArn.? on Sunday, June 1?, SorniA Virginia. wife of William N. Beuch, and daughter of Alvah nail, aged 3.1 years. The relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from Cal vary church, Fourth avenue and Twenty-first street, on Tuesday, 18th Inst., at eleven o'clock A. M. Bknnktt. ? on .Sunday, Juno 16, Micuakl Ben nett, of heart disease, aged 64 years. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, 410 Eighth avenue, on Tuesday, at half-past ten o'clock, to Ht.. Michael's church, West Thirty-second street, thence to Calvary Ccmetory. Cat i.ahan.? on Friday, June 14, Ellin Cai.i. a han, beloved wife of Cornelius Callahan. The relatives and friends of tbe family are re spectfnllv invited to attend the funeral. on Monday, June 17. tit ten o'clock, from her late residence, '.!2fl Kant Twenty-seventh street; thence to St. Ste phens church, East Twenty-eighth street, where a solemn requiem mass will l>e celebrated. Oarvichael. ? On Sunday, June i?, after a short Illness, at Ills residence, John Carmiuiiaei, late of county berry, Ireluud. The relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the funsral, from his late residence, 104 Cannon street, ou Tuesday, at two P. M. Colerain Chronicle and Dcrry Standard pleatto copy. Coi.iJKs._On Sunday, Jnne ltt, after a lon& and painful illness, Kli/ahktii Cou.ins, in the Totli year of her age, ot the residence of her son John, j'lne street (Ual'ayette), Jersey City, a native of Mallow, county Cfirk, Ireland. Funeral will take place from the above residence, Tuesday morning, at ten o'clock, from thence to Calvary Cemetery. The friends of the family are Invited to attend. Cork papers please cony. uorkiua? in Brooklyn. on Friday, .Tun'* 14, cei.kste, widow of Captain Joint Correja, aged do The relatives and friends or tho family are Invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, 104 Livingston street, between Smith and Hoyt streets, on Monday, June 17. at two o'clock P. M Cornwall. ? On Saturday, June 15. Anson 0. CORN w a Li., aired 2fl years. The relatives ami friends of the family arc respcct fnliy invited to attend the funeral, froin the Thirty fourth street lleform Church, between Klghth and Ninth avenues, on Monday, June 17, at two o'clock P. M. Oakvillc, Ontario (Canada West) papers please copy. Crawford. ? On Saturday, June 16, at tho resi dence of her brother, Jans Auck Ckawfohu, used iOyears. Friends of tho family are respectfully Invited. Ilcr remains will be taken to Rvergreens Cemetery for Interment. June 17, at three o'clock. Donahue.? On Sunday morning, June 10, Joon Don a it tin, in the 35th year of Ills age. Funeral will take place from the Church of the Annunciation, Broadwuy and l32d street, on Tues day, June is, at halt past nine o'clock A. M. Rola tives and friends of the family arts respectfully in vited to attend without further notice. Durbrqw-? At Sou Hi Orange, N, J., on Thursday evening, Juno J3, Gkorue 11. Durbiiow, in the 44th year 01 his tige. Funeral from his late residence on Monday, 77th, at elevcu o'clock A. M. Train leaves loot of Barclay street at 9:10, and returning loaves South Orange at 11:60. Friends are Invited to be pruncm without further notice. Due notice of the fnneral will be jriven hereafter. FiHHKK.? At Kast. Chester, Sunday, June irt, i?72, Mary Kui.ai.ik, iiiTaul daughter 61 John J. and Elllo T. V. I'lsher. Notice ot Itinera! in Tuesday's paper. O a 1. 1. A*. n br. ? On Saturday evening, June 15, after a long Illness, Susan, wife of Thomas Gal higher, In the ttth year of her age. The funeral will take place from her late resi dence, 4s Third street, this i'ay (Monday), at two o'cIock precisely. Her remains wnl be interred in Calvary Cemetery. Gardiner.? In this city, on Saturday, June i&' Abkaiiam h. Gardiner, aired ;C2 years. Funeral from his late residence, ??o West Thtrtv gecond street, on Monday, 171 h inst., at half-past two o'clock P. M. Relatives and friends of the de ceased, members of Prince of Orange Lodge, No. ifi, 1<\ and A. M., Plumlx Chapter, No. 2, ami Palestine ? Comma ndery, No. 18, of which deceased wus a member, nr? particularly requested to attend with out further notice. Peinck op Oranur Loimir, No. 10, F. and A. M.? Brethren : ? You are hereby summoned to at tend a sppi ml communication at the lodge rooms, southwest corner Sixth avenue and Twenty-third street, on Monday, 17th Inst., at half-past, one P. M. prompt, for the purpose ot paying the last tribute of respect to our late brot her, Abraham S. Gardiner, Past secretary. A full attondancc is urgontly re quested. Brethren ol sinter lodges are respectfully Invited. A. D. W1LDMAN, Master. A. F. PirrFKR. Secretary. II A<iN kr. ? At her residence, Success Pond (Lakevillc), North Hempstead, I,. 1., on Saturday, Juno 15, 1872 (the 74th anniversary of her birth), Mrs. Adelaide, widow of Hon. fienry J. Haguer, of Jamaica, L. 1. The relatives and friends are invited to nttend the funeral, from lier Into residence, on Wednesday, June in. at one o'clock In the afternoon. J1AI.SKY.? 011 Sunday. June in, Saiiait Emilinr Owen, wife or \Vesl< y W. W. Halsey, aged 22 years, 5 months and 14 days. The relatives and friends of the family are re spactinlly Invited to attend the funeral, from the Thirtieth Street Methodist Kplscopal church, on Wednesday, lflt.li inst., at ten o'clock A. M. 11 rath. ? At Trcmont, Westchester county, on Saturday morning, June 15, after a short iliuess, David Heath, in the 70th year of Ills age. Funeral will take place io-day (Monday), at three o'clock P. M. Hinky.? On Snndav, June to, Patrick Hinry, son of Edward and Kli/.ahelh Iliney, natives or the par ish or Kllby. Klnirs county. Ireland, aged 42 years. His relatives and friends are respectfully iuvitcd to attend the luneral, fiom Ids late residence, 020 Kast Thirteenth street, on Tuesday afternoon, June 1 18, at one o'clock. IlotniiiTON.? Killed, on Thursday, June 13, byaccl ' dentally falling 01V the cars while m motion, at 1 Havre de Grace. Md., Doici as Sti-'.arnh Holouton, graiKlson of Jothain Clark, of this eitv. The funeral will take place from the resldenco o: his aunt, 227 West Twelfth street, 011 Tuesday, ai ten A. M. Jpdnov ? On Saturday. June If., Aixjnzo, 011 lv son of George 1.. and Maria S. Juduon, aged 1 year, ' 8 months and u days. The funeral will take place from the residence of lil? parent , (jo Wilson street, Brooklyn, E. 1)., Mon day, June 17, at three P. M. Friends and relatives are respec tfiilly invited to attend. Kowim;.? On Sunday, Juue iti, Maiua, wife or Her man Rowing. Itelntlves and Mends, also the members or tho United Brothers Lodge, No. F. and A. M., are re spectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, luo Sixth uvenue, northeast corner Thirteenth street, on Tuesday, June is, at hail-past one o'clock P. M. Lakh.? On Saturday, June 15, Hdwund L., son of James c. and Mary Lanir, aged 2 months and 8 da vs. The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, from the residence or his rather, 154 Messerole avenue. Oreenpoint, this afternoon, at half-past two o'clock. The remains will be taken to Ncwburg, N. V., lor interment. Li NiisT.KY. ? At Newark, N. J., on Friday, June 14 Mrs. A tun All. Lindsley, in her Mist year. Friends and relatives are Invited' to attend the funeral, nt the house of her son-in-law, II. li. Jones, Roseville avanne, Newark, N. J., on Tuesday the IRth. at half-past ten o'cloc k A. M. The body will be taken to Morrlstown, N. J., for Interment. Loiiman.? On Saturday, June 15, Edwin IIanprld, youngest child of John and Uacia Lolunan, aged 14 months. The relatives and mends or the ramllv are re spectfully invited to attend the ftmeral, from the residence of his parents. No. 15 North Moore street, on Tuesday afternoon, at I. >vo o'clock. Loiimann.? On Friday afternoon. June 14, at lialf pnst four o'clock henry II. Loiimann. of 421 aud 423 West Twenty-fourth street, after a loner and severe Illness, aired 4<l years, 8 months and 4 days. Relatives and friends, also the members or t Ite Grand Lodge O. I!. V. (Malta), are respectfully iu vitcd to attend the funeral, on Monday, 17th inst., at half-past one o'clock P. M., from t lie St. John's German Lutheran church, in Christopher street, near Rleookor. I Lord. ? On Saturday, June ir?. after a long and painful Illness, Emzabetii 1'., wife of Thomas Lord, in the H'Jtli year of her nee. The relatives and friends of the family are in vi!< il to attend the funer;il. from her lat > residence, :?i West Seventeenth street, on Tuesday, June is, al ten o'clock A. M. Moyi.an. ? On Sunday, June in, Josptii H., elder son of Timothy H. and Catherine E. Moylan, aged 2 years, l month and 15 days. The relatives and friends of tho family are ro l spectrally requested to attend the funeral, on Mon day, June 17. at one o'clock, from the residence or his parents, 142 Ninth street (formerly North First, street), Jersey City. The bodv will be taken to Calvary Cemetery ,or Interment. Myers. ? on Saturday, June 15, Lawrence My bus, In the 67 tli year of Ills age. The relatives and Irlends are respectfully invited lo attend the funeral, from the residence of his son-in-law, John Hicks, 118 Atlantic street, Hrook lvn, on Tuesday, June is, at two P. M. McCroddkn.? On Sunday, June, in, is72, Mary, wife of Anthony McCrodilen, formerly of ws Gold street. New York, aged 58 yea's. The relatives and friends ot the family are re spectfully invit' d to attend her funeral, from her late residence, 14i> Degraw street, South Brooklyn, on Tuesday. June is, at one o'clock. odei.i.? on Sunday. June in, Grace Anna Onnt.r,, youngest daughter of Ferdinand W. and Ilcleii E. Odell, aged ') years. The triends of the family are requested to attend the funeral, from the residence of her parents. 205 Walworth street, Brooklyn, on Tuesday, the l?th init., at hair-past two P. M. O'Brien.? on Saturday, June 15, 1872, Mrs. O'Brien, a native of Ltsmore, county Waterford, Ireland, in the c.lth year of her age. The rriends or the ramlly are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, this day (Monday). lUh inst., at half-past one o'clock P. M., rrom 340 Kust Forty c ii;)ith street. Parker.? On Sunday morning. June in, Mary A. Paiiuer, daughter or Inland A. Parker. Pierson.? At Charleston, S. C? on Saturday, June 15, Sarah IL, wife or Edward Pierson, for meTly of Brooklyn. Kick.? In this city, on Friday, June 14, at her residence, No. aos West Thirty-fourth street, Re becca Rue, relict of Charles L. Rice, of New Hoclielle. The relatives and friends or the ramllv are fe specttully Invited to attend the luneral, from tho church of tho Holy Communion, corner of sixth avenue and Twentieth street, on Monday, June 17, at two o'clock P. M. Roberts.-- On Saturday, June 15, Isei.in Roberts, eldest son of the late Robert Roberts, Sr. Notice of funeral to-morrow. Rohkrs.? on Saturday, June 15, Rachel Roc.ers, beloved wife of Kd win H. Rogers tind daughter ol J. C. Purdy, In the 30th year of her age. Tho relatives and mends or tho lamlly are re spectfully Invited to attend her funeral, from her late residence, No. 4 Van Nest place (Charles street), on Tuesday, June 18, at one o'clock. Schultx. ? On Friday, June 14, Robert Schiltz in the OQth year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are respect hilly Invited to attend the funeral, from the rest denoe of his son-in-law. Samuel M. crait. 3v Boat 128th street, on Monday, Jane it, at one o'clock P. M. STERNRAOfT.? On Sunday morning, June Ifi, Bkm.a, daughter of l.ewls and Mary Stern bach, ujrrii a vi'ui s uritl 5 months. 'the funeral will take place at one o'clock, from the residence of Her parents, 3?>7 Ea.it Sixty-second street. Tai.lkan.? On Saturday, June 15, Abram, young est rou of John J. and Lavina Tallrnun, ofHacken BMk, and brother of P. E. Tallman, of Passaic, N. J., aged 30 years, l month and 8 days. Tlie relatives and friends are cordially Invited to attend the funciaL, from the Ko formed Dutch church, liev. J. Y. De lianri pastor, at Haekensacfc, on Monday, June 17, at two o'clock p. M. Train leaves Now York, foot of Chambers street, at 12:46 P. M. Returning leav s Hackensuok at four o'clock. Carriages will i>o in waiting at KBsex street depot. Walkku.? On Sixth day (Priday), Sixth month (June), 14, Kaciiki. T., widow of the late John J. Walker and daughter of the lute Philip E. Thomas, of Baltimore, In the csth year of iter a/e. Relatives and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, irom her lato residence, No. son Filth avenue, on Second day (Monday), the 17th Inst., at half past ten o'clock A. M. Watnk? On Sunday, June is, Clara A. Waynr, wife of P. H. Wayne, aged :i" years. Her funeral will take place on Tuesday, the istti, from her late residence, 201) Grove street, Jers y City, ut two o'clock. Wricks.? On Saturday, June 15, at the residence of his father, in Yonkers, Jacob, only son ol Benja min T. and Catharine Weeks, in the &>tli year of liis awe. The friends In Yonkers will meet at the house on Wednesday, the lfith inst., at ten o'clock A. M., and relatives and friends are In vi l>-d to the concluding ceremonies, at three o'clock P. M., from 2d Second Btreet, Now York. WiiKRi.ooK. ? On Thursday, Jnne 13, In Providence, R. I., Otis A. Wubklock, tormerly of this city. MURDER IS FLATBUSH. A Bittcli IHru Killed by One or I1U Own Color. The police of the Tenth precinct, Brooklyn, wer<> yesterday uo tilled by Constable llnltz, of PlatbuBh, one of the county towns of Kings county, that murder most foul h^d been commit tod In that usu ally quiet place at an early hour In the morning. The victim was William Albert Oliver, a negro about fifty years of age, who was found lying with hid skull broken in by blows, at a lonely spot on Catherine Btroet, within two hundred yards of bin late place of residence, a miserable hovei. The evidence strongly pointed to the fuct fiat the deceased had been foully murdered, and Constable Unit/, wan put 011 the trail to ferret out the inurdorer. lie was not long in learning that Oliver, who was married and the lather of seveu children, had not been living upon amicable terms with Mrs. Oliver, the sharer of liis joys and sorrows, and that the green-eyed monster hud raised its hideous form upon the once happy domestic hearth of the Olivers. It was further ascertained that the deceased wan seen under the Influence of bail whiskey going towards ins home about two o'clock in tiie morning, and that two other black men, also somewhat the worse lor liquor, named Jacob Anderson and John W. liobinson, where seen in the vicinity of the place where the dead body was discovered about that hour. This circumstance led to the arre.-t of Anderson und Koblnson on suspicion. The Western District Coroner of Brooklyn, Dr. J. 1?. Jones, repaired to Flatbush about eleven o'clock and licUl an inquest over the body of the victim. It transpired upon the investeratlon that the trio of colored men met and quarrelled near where the body was discovered ; that angry words led to blows, and that Anderson, who is known in Flat biiHli as a desperate character, 11 black rascal, beat the old man on the head with a heavy picket which he wrenched lron? a garden feuce. His victim fell dead at his feet, unit Anderson and Robinson took to their heels. Tliey were arraigned before Justice Freeman Clarksou and committed by him to await the action of the (.rand Jury. Sergeant Sheridan -and the constable then put the irons 011 tlieir prcv and marched them oir to Raymond Street Jan. where they are now pondering over the dark and bloody deed In the murderers' tier or cells. The prisoner Anderson is a heavy, thick-set, short negro, with protruding lips and villanieis visage. The other prisoner, who Is held as a witness, Is not or a prepossessing <yjst or countenance either. The inquest will be resumed to-morrow. CONTINUATION OF THE EEIGN OF OKIISE. Riddled With Rnrhihot. While Eil ward King, of Seventy-seventh street ami avenue A, was wulkmg down First avenue with some friends, about one o'clock yesterday i morning, he was shot at between Seventy-seventh and Seventy-eighth streets l>y some unknown par ties and dangerously wounded. He was taken to the Twenty-third precinct station house b,v the po lice, ami the Surgeon of that district examined the wounds, it was found that he had been hit in the left breast and shoulder, and fourteen buckshot, hail entered the body. AH that was possible wan dono lor the man at the time, and lie subsequently leit for home with his friends. The police are endeav oring to clear up the mystery, but as King lias no suspicion who the persons aro that fired at him it will be u dlillcult matter to get at them. ' HerioiM Stabbing Affray. I On Sunday morning, abour one o'clock, a row took place in the lagur beer saloon No. 384 (Irnnd street, kept by William Schlesten, that resulted in the stabbing of Bernard Campbell, of No. S18 De lancey street, by Sherwood Delaney. The wounded man was removed to the Thirteenth precinct sta tion house anil afterwards sent. home. The police are after Delaney, but it is doubtlul that they will catch film. If the police of the precinct would in sist upon the closiug up of all the saloons In this district at the proper time much trouble would be avoided, ami in this particular instance a murder would probably not have occurred. Death Is almost sure to be the result of the affray, Tor the wounded man is now lying at home in a critical condition. BUSTICATIFG OK EOOF8. A Man and Win Doth Roll OfT. About one o'clock yesterday morning Justin | Maenamara, of 262 Delancey street, and Mary, his wife, went up on the roof of their residence to en joy the freshness of the atmosphere at that alti tude. Mary, who had been out dnring the previous evening imbibing wltti a number of Jovial sjdrits, ?coming to think her husband hail picked out the coolest b pot on the honsa-top lor himself, endea- \ vored to dislodge him from It. .limtin rem. nted Iter e (Torts to remove him, and a scullle wan the result. 1 Coming too close to the edge of the roof during the conflict, both fell to the sidewalk, and Justin had one of his legs broken. Mary, however, wan not seriously Injured. They were attended by the \ Police Surgeon of the Thirteenth precinct," and sent to Uellcvue Hospital in an ambulance. A Pall of Fifty Feet. Mary Stewart fell from the roof of 137 Washington street to the sidewalk, a distance of about fifty feet, I and broke both her legs. She was also internally ! Injured. The case Is supposed by the physicians to I be a dnngerons one. she wiis taken up by the police of the Twenty-seventh precinct and afterward sent to the Parle Hospital. The people living In the house say she went on the roof to sleep, being una* | tile to endure the heavy atmosphere indoors. A Fatal Fall. Shortly after one o'clock yesterday morning Offi cers Kennedy and Hinghonser, of the Seventeenth precinct, took to the station house Angtut Wolfe, ' a German, whom tliey found lying in the rear of pieinises 311 East Tenth street, he having received a fracture of the skull. It is believed that Wolfe fell Iroin a fourth story window, through which lie was attempting to crawl and thus reach the fire I escape, where it was his Intention to go to sleep. Wolfe had gone through the window once or twice before, and evidently did not entertain fears about falling. The injured man died soon after reaching , the station house, ami the body was Bent t<> the i Morgue. Several persons In the house heard de ceased fall from the window. Coroner Hcrrinan | was notified to hold an inqu< ?t over the remain*. HOBOKEN NEWS. Shocking Acflricnt on a Ferryboat. Yesterday morning, as the Christopher street ferryboat was entering the slip, the tioat struck heavily against one of the vertical beams that form the rack, when the plank suddenly broke and re bounded against the head of a passenger named Charles Stahl. Ills Skull wa.< mangled In such a manner that it is thought he cannot live. He re sides with his family at 238 Tenth avenue, whither he was removed ofter receiving medical attendance In Hoboken. This Is the first accident of the kind thai has occurred, and precautionary measures ; against similar calamities seem necessary. Horrible Domestic Brutality. A Herman woman named dreaves, living with her four I'liildron at 25 (irand street, lx to be arrested 1 to-dny for inhumanly beating her sons and dangh- | ters. Her husband died a month ago. and since his demise the neighbors' ears have been incessantly 1 filled with heart-rending cries from the children. . On Saturday night she wantonly seized a club atxl savagely beat her eldest boy about the head until , he became unable to shriek for assistance. Ills 1 head bore truces of similar treatment of Uke usage ! In past times, being now almost, bald. Officer Hayes dressed the lad's wounds, and subsequently found Mrs. (Jreaves in the company of a strange man. She will be taken before the Recorder this forenoon. A Dock Laborer Drowsed. Charles Hoffmann, a workmau employed on the Hamburg docks, when quitting lalx>r on Saturday night fell Into the river aud wua drowned. The body baa not been recovered* THE CONNECTICUT TORNADO. TVrrl fir Storm of Wind, Hall, Rain anA Mxhtning All Orer the Stale? Great Dumagc to Property. [Prom the New Haven Register, June 15.] The storm which blew up so suddenly with vl<* lent, wind, thunder and lightning, late yesterday aiternoon, was severe and disastrous in all parts of the State. In the eastern section especially the damage resulting was extensive, and In some cases quite serious, its ravages, however, were chiefly confined to the belt of country lying between Staf ford and South Windham. AT wi I.I.I M ANTIC. At WtlllmAntlc hailstones at large as hens' egns fell, and the (Instruction of glass Hn<l damage by the deluging rain wan immense, in the west front ot the mill of the Windham Manufacturing Companv and the mills of the Smithvllle Company there is scarcely a whole pane of gla.-s left. Further down the stream, the mill or the Dunham Man ufacturing Company was left wlndowless, and the pelting storm poured Into the building. The new Congregational chnrch la so severely damaged that It will cost over a thousand dollars to repair it. In the factories tho panic among the operatives was fearful. Many of tho females fainted outright, and others added shrieks to the rattling peals of thunder and the whistling of tho storm. The factories were com pelled to stop, and the river rose rapidly. The damage to the shrubbery and trees must prove aerl ous. Not only were they beaten and stripped of foliage by the hall, but large trees from eighteen Inches to t wo feet in diameter wore uprooted and prostrated by the violence of tho wind. AT Pl'TNAM. In this town hailstone of large size, some mea*. nrlng an Inch and a half In diameter, fell. The rain poured In torrents and delnged the streets. The wind drove thu storm furiously to the southeast. Much, with tho vi wd flashes of lightning and sharp crashes of thunder, conspired to make the most fearful tempest ever witnessed by those In this sec tion ot tlus country. Great damage must have been don.!. The hot-houses In this vicinity must lie greatly damaged, and tho growing crops Injured. Seventy-six out no vent: seven panes of glaas In Sohollelil ,v Holmes' photograph hull were broken by the hail. AT PL4INFIHLD. During the gale and thunder shower on Friday aft -moon, at four o'clock, a large two story woodon building with an l/, being erected by Warren Smith, near I'lamlleid function, was blown down and completely' demolished. The body of the build ing was boarded, and workmen had commenced shingling the roof. The wind Mow with such force us lo remove It i o n the foundation severul feet, and partly turning it round before It full. AT DAYVII.I.B. During the thund?r storm on Friday afternoon the lightning struck tli ? gable ot the house occu pied by Chauncoy Miller, passed down to the lloov and went tlirouj.il the lioiM". Mrs. Miller w.:s in the panr.rv at the t| i-, and was no severely Injured that her life wa* despaired of. Tho llghtnln.' burned her hair and cloth"* and left hor Insensible. She was r.'suseltatod alter vigorous eiTorts, and at last accounts was supposed to be out of danger. Con siderable damage was done to I lie building. AT rl.\ NTS VI U.K. The storm passed over I'lantsvilte about hull-past two o'clock, the rain falling In sheets and tho wind blowing like a to 11 do, driving the rain through the sides of windows and under clap-boarding. The storm was scv r "i In the northern part of the town, where the hai! bro\e 100 panes of glass In one honse and ( JO panes iu another, llye was cut down and chickens were kill ;l i>.v hail stones as large as walnuts. The gale or Wednesday was also fearful, uprooting trees a foot and a half in diameter with comparative easo, and blowing oil' a portion ol the end of a large elevator. A young iady passing along the street received a. shock of lightning, which quite deprived her of her senses. AT tmi'.MK. Berlin received the visitation at three o'clock. The path of the storm appeared about half a mile wide, and extended from Kensington to Fast Deri in. llail ston"s lorm d by rcgelatlon four Inches In diameter w 're found In large numbers. At Deiiin Junction all the windows were broken In the passenger station and freight house, and gen erally in the path or the storm. The trees were stripped bare and many uprooted, and the cattle in the tlelds were seized with a panic, ran to and fro, iumplnir fences and bellowing loudly. All vegeta tion suffered severely. The factory of Jonathan Hart, In Kensington, had '.!,000 pain s or glass out, and manufactured stock damaged In the shop by the hall stones, which were as large as egRs aud gathered up by the bushel. H<^ also had five acres of line i.ye in one lot entirely destroyed. Every honse iii the range of the storm suffered, and damage to crops is incalculable. Persons caught out iu the storm were stunned by the hail. AT lit KM ma HAH. A very terrific thunder shower passed over this place yesterdav afternoon. The rain fell In tor r< nts. and the wind bl -w with such violence as to I uproot trees, unroof buildings and prostrate rences. , The lightning struck three times In the radius of a ? mile. It struck the house of Daniel Connors on Car [ ollne street, mid found its way to the kitchen, where the children were playing with a kitten, and killed the kitten, but left the children unharmed. Another bolt killed a cow for Mr. George Squalss In Huntington, and another struck a tree near Mr. John Huardsley's. A storm of such violence has not visited tills placo iu the memory of the oldest inhab it. tnis. Klsewherc the ravages of the tornado were very great, and It Is probable that it was one of the most violent aud disastrous that has visited the Statu for years. A WARNING TO YOUTH. Suicide of n Young Han in Deapalr. A sail case or suicide resulting from a fall from Integrity Is recited by tlic Buifelo papers as having occurred in that city on Thursday morning. A young man about twentv-flve years of age, and supposed to be a Canadian, went to a boarding house on Canal street and took lodgings on Wednesday night. The next morning about eleven o'clock suspicions having beon aroused that ail was not right, a forcible entry was made to the room occupied by the stranger and he was found in a state of unconsciousness. A bottle containing morphine was found and it was evi dent, that, the nun had taken suflMerit to cause death. Ii(? could not be restored to conscious ness. It was evident that the suicide had taken every precaution to prevent a discovery of his identity. He wrote a letter in a book saying what ho was willing should be known or liirn. The letter Is written in a spirit of candor, and is no doubt truth ful. It is commended to the perusal or all such as niiiv through any cause be tempted to step aside) from the pat ii or honor to indulge In wrong doing of any kind. Here is the letter:? Monday, Juno 10, 1872. It i ? probable Hint t may tie fottnd to be 'lend In the morn ing. I have purposely <ti tvoyi d everything which might nerve to Identify me. Suffice It to >njr that I am tired of Hie. My character la blotted, all hope departed, health shattered ate! ambition banished. No one lutoblaine hut myself. It "might have been" otherwise. I received a talr education, am possessed of an a\cran<> amount of bruin* and talent, and have succeeded in many different lines 01 busincn. FltldlDf ? of purpose ban been my ruin Stability and perstveranee ralclit have sived inn from tilll tragic end. "Whatever is, ii right," and f ft no I v believe I shall be bettei out of the world than in if. Ye*, it's acting ii coward'* part. I know, but two full year* of physical sulferlnK anil inability to work, with no prospect of atuendiuent, beside:. having the rooted conviction that I have mi far departed from moral rerti tilde (reeltlcf ue.8" having become <o strong a habit) that it would be lmpo-sil ic ? "re ( to five on to dn a< I would do. Oh. that ali yottn? peonh would beware ot the first small dei arture from that si riot law which every one's eotiKclenoe priululms it it is but ll*ti tied to. M\' body I will to any regular medical college tha> desire* to obtain it tor the purpose <ii direction. I have suffered troin chronic rheumatism for two y mv, and iritl* in the icit ?ye for the name period, 'this In -it has rendered if lnr nn - iiilc tor me t<> work eontinuoiislv ut auv employment. I believe Unit 1 might liavi <tlll retained my health had I avoidi d exec -set and obeyed the simple rules lor pre serving that threat btoestng. COURT CALENfWS? THIS DAY. Supreme Court? Circuit? Part l? Held by Judge Van Brunt.? Nos. 141, '? P. C., H't.t, liwi, 2006, 2011, 362 n. C., 37, |41? II. V., 1691, 1040. 178.;. 3013, 2017, 2021, 2i?3, 2026, 2127, 2' Kit, 2083. Part 2? ilcld by Jndge Brady. ? Nos. ooo, <s>.\ w, if. c.. 77o, 790, 70S, 20!! H. C., 334 X K. C.. 343', H. C.. 3134'., 3842 J*, i62, 712, 30H It. C., 338, MO, 6&< 7?>. 754, 7on. .Supreme Court? chambers.? Third Monday calendar. _ . , . . . . Superior Court ? Part 2 ? Field by Chief Justice Barbour.? Set down causes. ? Nos. lotis, 1200, 1384, 1;j??, Urtt, 190, 1072, 1071*, W4, 300, 1840, 132o, 104, 1040' 868, SO:!, 1784, 840. Cot kt OP Common PtBAfl? Part 1? Held by Judge roew ?Case on. Part 2? Held by Judge C. P. UalT ?Nos. lfCia, 1182, 92, 178, 1372, 000. 2103, 11, 2076, 14114 1550, 245. 14S1, 1681, 1062, 1902, 1063, 1617, 832, 1022, 1?27. 1051, 1006. court or Common Pleas? Kgtrmr Tkrm? Held by Judge Hobinson.? Adjourned to Wednesday, Jnne 1!>. 1872. Marine Court? Trial Term? Part 1? Held by Judge Tracy.? Nos. 9073, 8349. 8090, 8783. 8949, 9084, 0489, 8624, 9077, 9097, 0317, 0947, 9969. Part 3? Held bv Judge Spauiding.? Nos. 9150, tl?0, 0230, 8879, 0173, 9954, 9102, 9179, HI 54, 0171, 7201. Court or Oyer and Terminer? Held bv Jndge Ingraham.? Court opens at hall-past ten A. Tlio People vs. Edward 8. stokes, murder. Court or General hkxsions? Held by Jndge Bedford.? The People vs. James I,arktn, homicide ; Geo. K. Gyles, manslaughter ; John Conklln and Ed* ward J. .Smith, Tienian Ilooz, robbery : Henry Bolt berg, rape ; Joseph McKeon, Joseph Logan, Jamc* Cooney, Keui>en Wolfe and Charles Peabel, bur glary; Aaolpli Lalbel, John Conklln, cnaries Hemming, felonious assault and battery; Maty Keenan, Kilen O'Brien, William C. Harrison. Charles Sparkes, Edward Forrest, grand larceny; John Curren. Andrew Dally, Jatnea Curry, Jfcmeg I)e Forrest, Terence Kernan, larceny from the per* son ; James Stevcna and Edward Cole, countering Uur label*.