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WOHTO tt-lWI(U8. BIBM, t.
A ?/OB HALE.ALL KINDS OK FANCY DOG8.
Birds, 4c. ; Medicines lor all di??a*ei^ Prepared
JT xxI. for mocking birds. At U. G. DOVE Y'S, No. 5 Ureturn
street, nuar CaiutL
FRANCIS BUTIiMK. NO. 3 PECK BLIP, IiAH AIX.
the choice breed* of Dog* tor sale and 11 took. BUT
I, hit's Iiitallibie Mange Cure and Flea Exterminator.
75c.; Ul TLKH'8 new work. $2. Doifa boarded and
trained. Medicines for all di*e?M>*-_
tlDR SALE?A GENUINE Doll.ALL LOCK FAST
J? (lun, 10 bore, made to order, cheap Address TURF,
FIELD AND FARM. offlcw -<t Park row.
<J PORTING DOGS FOB SALE.?11AKKY JENNINGS,
O late of Boston, ha* opened a commodious store at 3!li
Broome street three doors trom Centre Market. Tor lht
sule and purchase of all kiud* of Dogs, Animals, Ac.
J>ogs cured of nil diseases. H. J.'s Patent Flea Soap.
Lire Bats always on hand.
THE TURF.
JALTIMOBK BACES.?POOLS SOLD AT CHAMBER
LIN S, Pool Boom, 1,146 Broadway, commencing Mon
day, and every evening during the meeting, at 8 o'clock.
The starters of each race will be received by telegram
every evening; also the result of each race.
TjlLEETWOOD ASSOCIATION.?SPRING MEETING
r 1873. June 18,20, 23 and 24.
Fiu.vt Dav. Wkdnksi>ay, Jomk 18.?Purse No. 1, $80??
For horse* that have never beaten 2:53; $r>50 to flrst, $150
to second, $100 to third. Purse No. 2. $2.000?Kor horses
that liavc never beaten 2 .23; $1,100 to tlrst, $600 to second,
$35u to third.
Skconii Dat, Friday, Jcnb 20.?l'urse No. 3, $1,000? For
tiorso* that have never beaten 2:38: *t<00 to nrat, $260 to
second, 150 to third, l'urse No. 4, $1,200? For horses that
hare never beaten 2 i2J; $650 to tlrst, $350 to second, $200
to third.
Tbird I>av, Monday, June 23.?Purse No. 5, $1,000; tor
horses that have never benten 2 :34. $610 to tlrst. $^60 to
Hccond, $150 to third. Purse No. 6, $1,600; for horses that
have never beaten 2:25. $850 to tlrst, $4U) to second, $250
-to third.
Fourth Dat, Toksdat. June 24.?Purse No. 7, $800: for
horses that have never beaten 2:43. $5.V) to flrst, $160 to
second, $100 to third. Purse No. 8, $3,500; for horse* that
have uever beaten 2 ?1. $2,000 to flrst, $1,000 to
?econd, $600 to third. Conditions?The above race* to be
mile heats, best 3 in 5, in harness and will be governed
by the rulos of the National Association tor the Promo
tion of the Interests of the American Trotting Turf. In
caae or postponement of any race It shall be next good
day and track, omitting Sunday. Anv driver substituted
for another, aa authorized by rule 28, will be paid $60 tor
audi service. Entries to close at Chamberlln'i pool
room, 1.146 Broadway, New York, on Monday, June 2, at
8o'clock P. M. All communication* to be addressed to
William H. Van Cott, Superintendent
C. H. VAN NESS. President
RAND TROTTING MEETING FOR TllE BENEFIT
T of the Trainers' and Drivers' Protective Association,
at Deerfoot Park (formerly Hall's Track), Coney Island
road, on Monday and Tuesday, May 26 and 27, at 1ft
o'clock P. M.
MONDAY, MAY 26?CLASS 1.
Jatnes K. Polk, Fred, New Berlin Olrl, Black Prince,
Fanny Fern, Contraband, Lady Backus, Coroner K.,
Manhattan, Constitution.
SAME DAY?CLA88 2.
Sensation, Young Bruno, Ed White, Lydia Thompson,
Orace Bertram, Castle Boy.
TUESDAY, tfAY 27?CLA8S S.
American Clipper, Penobscot Chief, Rocket, Geo. A.
Weed, Belle of Orange, Washburn Maid, Butterfly, Muni,
Topsey, Miss Miller, White Heels, Chestnut Oqldllig.
SAME DAY?CLASS 4-Saddle Racfc.
Geo. W. Patterson, James K. Polk, Dresden, Bolly
Lewis, Brown Klt^orony-_K.LMy*tlc.
Butter Ball. Blossom, Billy Morton, Veneer, Jack
Draper, Alice Brown, tam Hunting.
JAMES D. MoMANN, President
Danim. Mack, Treasurer.
Lovers of the horse, attention?the up
town Boarding Stables, 147 and 151 West Thirty-fifth
Mtroet, between Broadway ami Seventh avenue. Three
floors, 75x100, perfectly lighted and ventilated, and fitted
?with all modern improvements for the health of horses
and better preservation of carriages. Mr. Bergh's atten
tion specially called and criticism invited. A call from
all interested In the welfare of the horse respectfully
solicited. Accommodations lor 70 horses. A tew stalls
yet to dispose of. Also to let flrst class light Wagons,
Pony Phaetons, top Wagons and good ltoadstcrs.
JENKINS ft BYAN.
PROSPECT PARK FAIR (iROUNDS ASSOCIATION
Spring Meeting, li~3.
? , Eirmday, TUESDAY, June 10.
j.Si'B 'u,r,?^,lint have never beaten
Pu'r^'Nn 2^*^^w?8rCOn<?.Und ,Mtn th,riJ
I.eatiTbeJt 2i^? roC ?r "" run,,lng "orRes: mile
n Seeonjfl day. THURSDAY, June 12.
? No.,1?-$1,2A0?For horses that have nerer beaten
- :30; $tfo0 totlrst, $300 to second and $lso to third.
Purse No. 4?Four-year-old col; make.
t. ~ .'"I1."1 FRIDAY; June IS.
2 Vr'l'i^wwV. ?7?f or hor8?8 ,hat ,mvc nerer beaten
T??', iPkaPJS MC,ond ,!1"1 S200 to third.
iieau Malts?*"-1*6? for a" runn""? h?*?i????
? v, Josrttl dav' MONDAY, June 16.
.'urE n!?i' J~?1 '^2z?<Ir hor,e8,that have never beaten
?L?rh?^to ?eco"d aml t*? to third.
horT that have never beaten
rnvnrTi??vo ' ?1 to -econd and $100 to third.
1 Vn ? i,T h?r.;7ihe- a,'?ve races 10 be "tllo heata, best
a1 harness, and will be gorerned by the rules
??# * for the Promotion of the
Int**rents of the American Trotting Turf, except runnlnir
KM' "?V6rne? by J^e ruieg of Bie AmerE
ft^J*caj?e oi postponement of any race
?.?? !i ? "e next good day and track,omitting Sunday.
V J *!?! substituted Cor another, as authorized tiv
ni T i?*^ *??,or HUcl1 service. Entries to close
at Chamberlain s Pool Boom, 1,146 Broadway. New York
on Tuesday, May 27, at 9 o'clock P. M. Alfrommnnfca'
tion* to be addressed to Geo. W. Oakley, Superintendent
Gko. W. OAKi.nr, Superintendent*' RBAD' Pre8idp,,t
? , NOTICE.
jntfe'ted will please note the change in
purses Nos J, 6 and 8 as originallv advertised.
QEO. W. OAKLEY. Superintendent.
Prospect park fair ground association^
special premium $2,fl<W. mile neat*. best S in ft, in har
nem l-riday, May 30, at 3 o'clock P. 14., eood day and
track. John Um-tt enters b in. Gazelle, Daniel Mace en
tors eh. g. Judge Fullerton. Admission to fleMTigrand
stand and quarter stretch, 52. Admission to clubhouse
for persons introduced by members. $3.
OKO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent.
PROSHf.OT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION -
I flt''S!al Pru,"'uin of $2,fiOU is hereby olfered lor ch. g.
judge ru.jerton.b. m. Gazelle, bik. g. Camors, to wagon,
and s. s Honest Dutchman in harness; $1,200 to first, fcMtJ
o second and $800 to third. Conditions sauie as adver
tised tor Spring uioeting. To be trotted Friday, June 6
luif&L1" ^'"ed at Chamberlain's poolroom,
1,148 Broadway New York. Thursday, May 29, at 9o'cloi Ic
^? GEORGE VV OAKLEY, Superintendent.
POOLS SOLD AT JOHNSON'S, 1.187 BROADWAY
corner Twenty-eighth street, on Monday and everv
??vening during the week on Baltimore races. Telegrams
M the entries, winners and non-starters, and pools paid
same night of the race*. T. B. JOHNSON
t .30 P. M.. Classes 1, 2 and S are best 3 in 5, in harness
Glass 4 is mile and reoeat, to wagon. ' luu"rnPM
? ? CLASS I.
H. Helley enters s. g. Star Henry.
J. Doty enters s. m. Jessie.
J. Murphy enters bik. ui. Gertrude.
Owner enters br. m. Bessie.
E. Odell enters g. g. Badger.
. _ . CLA&8 2.
J. Doty enter* a g. Mortimer.
Owner enters br. g. Col. Robert*.
J. Paulding enters s. g. Basil.
A. 8. Odell enters blk. m. Lady Spoke*.
?^Ownerenters*, m, Fuzzy.
. _ _ CLASS S.
J. Paulding enters blk. m. Teaner.
Owner enters br. *. Floor Boy.
A. 8. Odell enter* s. m. Dollv Vardeo.
E. Odell enter* b. g. Frank.'
Owner enters btk. m. Jersey Maid.
Owaer enter* b. g. Dunoon.
^ CLASS 4.
Owner enter* br. m. Christine Nil*son.
Owner enters b. g. Fred.
Owner onters g. g. Joe Hoxie.
E. Odell enters g. m. Frou Frnu.
WILLIAM H. VAN COTT. Superintendent.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, <KC.
THE "BREWSTER WAGON," A
in all weights, for pleasure driving or speeding.
. . , , exquisitely finished, v *
ind embracing In their construction the various improve
hem" ,n,rw,nc?<' ^ n? during the past IK years, making
.. the standard for Quality
hroughout the UniteiT-taies.
vJit knownKBrL?rr exclusively the production of onr
yel known Broome street lactorv, and are offered in
.ock in all respects equal in oualiiy tn those built to the
rder ol the most valued custeincr, and at prices
uniiorin to all.
(^?nl,,r,hat^IT'?y "otfe confounded with a lolnt
rm nSSlPfi r"#B? dealers who have adopted a
SS to our own. and impudently claim the
ei/ the n lliMr ^n? l"a'"> 'l!r ,b? "Brewster V<"anon," we
re inife corner ofrOI,lcmbrr ,"*t our on" **rerooms
Fifth avenue and Fourteenth stfeet,
ana our only Factory on Broome street.
BREWSTER a CO.,
ot Broome street
y - LIOHT WAUONfl.
j A fine assortment for the rniifi And ninnanj_?..i__ .
-e old place, 135 and 137 ^tUsL^NVw Y^rk g'
w. frank dusenbury
successor to
Dusenbury A Van Dnser.
V i>AliK. ?"R-SK. ? YEARN NhARLY 16
V hands high; also, an extension top, two s>at Watrnn
,d.HSEnS,WE."rtB cl eaP. *t lUHWest Thirtieth street
igle Club Stables. '
? ? BAItOAIN CAN BK HAD* IN A VERY STYLISH
V. pair of black Mares. l.V, hnnds high; sound, kind
id right in every way, and excellent travellers; owner
?out to leave the city; also new double Harness and
moton. Can be seen at Ixadbetter's stables. Seventh
?enue, above Forty'fifth street.
I 8PLE NdTdToUPE IKiKNK FOR SALE?DAPPLE
V brown, 16J, hands high, tiyears old; gpnteel and
?und in every respect. Apply af private stable lAft East
urtv-fifth street, m ar Lexington avenue.
T1CTOB1A PHAKltiN FOB l,AIIIKS' ORIVIN(7,
k with rumble and top, suitable tor one or two horses,
excellent condition, for ?aie at a low price.
HRADLl'.Y, I'RAV it CO.. WK Broadway.
STOUT BUSINES C.IU. I,n PRIME ORDER: Ml'8T
l be mild; have no furlher use for It. 3!I0 West Twelfth
"eet.
N IXPKKSS W tOOif NRMU t 'HE AI'?OR WILL
,,rte**'haiige It for Hardware. Apply to S. LOWERRE
< O . 307 Spring street.
FEW FUI.L-BLOudTd ALDERNKY" AND AYR".
S.iSL ?...'nw t r ral". \'rV cheap; also one Imported
s reei '"K'lre of WILLIAM <VATSON. 99 Frank
WAGON FORJIALI NEARLY NEW,~NEW"Pf,AT
L "In,n7vrt? 5'R t,a,<er or express bu<i
Apy to J RANK ASfi, ami 16ACronby street.
GOOD BARGAIN FOR ONE WISHING A TOP
-Road Wagon, square box, city built; the same in
,?1 order anil condlftou; evervthinK complete and will
'told right. Inquire at stable of I. U'arm "s 5 n,
euty third street, between Sixth and Seventh avenue*!
VERY STYLIHII BAY HORSE, 16 RANDS II Kill 1
vears old ; fit lor fauiilv use, carriage or coupe - war
ited sound ; any person can drive him. Can be' ae. n
19 South Fifth avenue. "en
?IIORSK, PU AKTON, HARNESS, AC., FOR SALE ?
_? Color roan, Ift hands high; long mane and tail; pe r
t feet and logs; will stand all day in most crowded
e<<t without tving; l'haeton. latest style, C spring*,
ther top and but little used; tiuilt to order; this Is a
(a,-tI'Mlahllshmcut lor a lady or Invalid or any one
tig Into the country; the horse enn trot fast'when
led upon; Ims been driven by u lady lot past vear
dr?M t'ti.UiiON, bo* lttf U?ruld
HORSES, CARRIAGES, W.
AT AUCTIoVoN TUESDAY. MAY 27,
at 12 o'clock,
By WM. VAN TABSKLL, Auctioneer.
successor to JOHNSTON A VAN TAhSKL.Ii,
at the old slaud, 110, II.' and 114 East Thirteenth direct,
between Third and Fourth avenue*.
The following drst clam Horses, the property of a pri
vate gentleman: ?
Very elegant and superior team of crow matched
Horses, own brother*, aired by son of old Black Hawk
and dam Messerg^r mare, that paced in 2.33, are 16
hands, 7 and 8 year*; kind aud true iu ail harness; Irce
from vice; drive like one horse; can trot in couditiou,
with little handling inside 3:13,and are war ran lea to beat
three minutes, and sound, kind and true.
Superior tine bred Mare Duchess, sired by Uamlet, dam
atiue bred mare,pedigree unknown; ia 16 nund*, 3years;
warranted sound and kind and tru ; iu all harness; by
handling will be made to trot very tost
11an 1 some dapple gray Horse; long mane and tail; Is
fUII-blooded Pilot stock ; 13.1 high, 7 year*, kind and true
in all harm**; can trot in condition In 2:30 mire, aud can
beat 3 iniuutos any day; U superior to pole and is war
ranted sound
KLEQANT BLACK MARE, 13k[ hands high, 8 years
old, kind and true in all harness tree from vice ; a splen
did mare tor lady's or gentleman's road use, and warran
ted sound.
Also,
CONTENTS Of THE CENTRAL PARK LIVERY
Stables, Including 3 six-seat Park Phaetons, in good
order, aud team black fonles. Ac.
Pony Establishment?Hav Pony, 12 hands; 9 years;
sound, kind and true tor lady or children driving. Also
Pony Wagon, Harness, Ac., Ac.
Coupe Establishment.?Dark brown Horse, 10>a hands;
7 years; kind in ail harness; free from vice; is .superior
matched carriage or family Horse.
Coupe in order, with pole and shafts, made by Brew*
ter A Baldwin -, lined with brown cloth and saiiu; set tine
Coupe Harness, Ac., Ac.
Pour-wheeled Dog Cart, city build, In good order.
Auction house ok arch, johnston'
(Late Johnston A Van Tasseil).
OFFICE AND SALEROOM. OLD STAND,
37 Nassau atreet, opposite ttte Post ofiioe.
THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OP THE HOUSE IS
REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PRESUMES,
19, 21, 23 AND 26 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET,
between Fifth avenue and University place.
The business will be conducted on precisely the same
strict aud honorable principles which have always char
acterized the dealings of onr house and won the respect
and confidence oi the business community, as well as the
iiKti'ular Wales every titesdat amd kridav,
AT mi O'CLOCK
Entries for sale may be made, as mual, either at our
downtown house. 37 Niawau street, or at the mart, 19, 21,
23 and 25 East Thirteenth street
LIBERAL ADVANCES, AS USUAL, MADE ON CON
AT BARKER ? CHASE'S
CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TAT
TERSALLS, OORNER OP BROADWAY AND THIRTY
NINTH STREET.
MAJOR C. W. BARKER AUCTIONEER.
Regular sales of Horses, Carriage*, Ac.
EVEkt WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
OENTLEMEN'S PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENTS dis
posed of at pnlillc or private sale to the best advantage,
and a general assortment of everything In the horse line
aiwuys on hand at private sale.
TWENTY-POUR hoursallowed for trial
ON EVEIIY HORSE sold under warrantee.
THIS IS THE ONLY AUCTION MART in the State
having the proper facilities for showing Horses on salo?
viz.:?
A LAROE DRIVING RING, entirely undercover.
OI'TSIDE SAL.ES SOLICITED and promptly at
tended to.
A PRIVATE GENTLEMAN OFFERS FOR BALE A
trotting Mare, color gray; long, flowing mane and
tail; 1S,S; hands high; 10 year* old (no older); kind,
gentle and true In ail harness, but very high spirited and
stylish driver; very even disposition; perfectly quiet
and well behaved In the stable; is pure gat ted. ivith nigh
knee action and a periect gentleman'* roadster. She has
a record ot 2:81, and trotted last week under the owner's
driving (which ia not at all upproaching what could be
done bv a professional), ft halt inile In 1 tW1*;. She Is per
fectly sound, utid is not afraid of anvthiug. She will he
sold at auction on Tuesday, May 27, at 10VJ o'clock, at
the Mart of ARCH. JOHNSTON, 19, 21, 23 and 23 East
Thirteenth street, near University place, without reserve
or limit.
\\ hoever buys this Mare will he introduced to the gen.
tlemaa who owns her, who will iurnish a verified pedi
Srec, and whose responsibility I* beyond any question,
he is sold solely aud omy because the owner is tired of
the rood as an amusement.
A GREAT OFFER. "OPPORTUNITIES.-'
Owing to the unusual backwardness of the season
und rapid accumulation ot stock, wt shall oiler this week
at our private salesroom,
No. 8 Cortland street, near Broadway,
one of tho largest, tin est, most reliuhle and cheapest
assortments of light Carriages and Harness ever oll'ered
in this market. The stock comprises near 100 lifrht Hug
fics, Park and Pony Phaetons (20 styles), Rockaways,
Jepot, Road and Business Wagons; all of reliable build
and fine finish, and warranted equal to any in the tiiur
ket. This will be
the greatest chance of the season,
as we are obliged to make room tor work now finishing.
Splendid assortment of light Harness (all hand-sewed),
Sheets, Robes. Dusters, Whips, Halters. Ac., all marked
right down.
Private sale and for cash onlv.
ARCH. JOHNSTON.
No. 8 Cortlandtstreet, near Broadway.
A?SECOND HAND CARRIAGES.
? Two Curtain Coacbes.
One Omnibus Phactou.
One light Barouche.
One light Cabriolet
One light Coupelette.
Two T Carts and
One Four-in-hand Mail Coach.
Many ol' above our own build; all in excellent condi
tion, at reasonable prices.
BREWSTER A CO., S4 8th avenue, corner of 14th st.
A BEAUTIFUL PAIK OF DAPPLE URAY HOUSES
for sale?Kit lor carriage or the saddle; flowing
white manes and tails; can be appreciated only by seeing
them; also one pair of uiakoguny bays, full 10 hands
high. Just from the Green Mountains, 8 years old; great
speed and bottom; right In all respect*, Can be seen lor
three days at the stables of Dr. E. B. MIDDLEBROOK,
170 hast Kovcntv-eighth street
ASTYLIBH TEAM OF YOUNO CARRIAGE HORSES
lor sale, at a sacrifice; no reasonable offer refused:
must he sold this week. Address SPEED, box 133 Herald
Uptown Branch office.
AN ELEGANT LANDAl'LET FOR SALE?MADE TO
order; will be sold low. Apply at 223 West Fortieth
etreet.
A-LANDEAU, COUPE, BAROUCHE, LADIES*
. Phaetons, depot Wagon; Buggies taken in ex
change; will sell less than half price: seasonable Car
riages at moderate prices. HAM, 10 East Fourth street.
A BEAUTIFUL CANADIAN BAY PONY, 13 HANDS
. high, 8 years old. sonnd and kind, suitable tor a
lady or boy; a perfect Udy's pet. Can be seen till sold
at 3lK West Twentieth street.
A -HORSES, TRUCKS AND CARTS FOR SALE.
. cheap, at 40 West Fifteenth street, near Fifth av.
AT THE WEST SIDE CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 1,494
and 1,496 Broadway, will be found a large assort
ment of Eockaways, Depot Wagons, Park Phaetons, top
mid no top Buggies, Ac, and, to make room, will offer a
lino of leather top Pony Phaetons at$2U0 each.
A NICE BAY HORSE FOR SALE-SEVEN YEARS
. old, 15)4 hands high: sound and kind; also Truck
and Harness. Can be seen on stand, 35 Maiden lane.
?Stables 4U West Thirty-sixth street.
A GOOD TRUCK HORSE FOR SALE?BY ROBERT
MAHER, 39 Watts street
A ?ONE OF THE BEST FAMILY HORSK8 IN THE
J\.? city, for sale low, at BARKER A CHASE'S, corner
of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street.
Atop buggy and coupe rockaway, in splen
did condition; Depot Wagona, Pony Phaetons, Cab
riolets, Rockawaysjand other Carriages at bargains.
STATTS BELL,
No. 7 Washington place, near New York Hotel.
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE OF
fered, our immense stock ol Carriages, comprising
every seasonable style oi family Carriages and light Wag
on a. new and second band; several slightly damaged;
great bargains.
? MANUFACTURERS' UNION. 688 Broadway.
A MAGNIFICENT CLAY MARE FOR SALE ?BAY;
16 hands high: very flne stepper: suitable tor the
road, or would make a splendid coupe horse; price
?1,200; warranted In every way. Address J., box 5,344
Post office.
A BREWSTER (BROOME STREET) THREE-QUARTER
jt\. seat Road Wagon, in good order; price $150. In
quire at private stable 146 W??t Thirty-second street.
4 PAIR OF BEAUTIFUL BLACK PONIES, WITH
J\ Phaeton and Harness, all complete; the ponies are
very gentle In liarnesa. and nnder the saddle they have
a very easy i,'ait, and arc large enough for a lady to nde.
Call on or address I. P. HUBBARD, 75 Nassau street.
New York.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SECOND
hand Carriages, Family Roekawavs, Top and Open
Buggies, Pony Phaetons, Grocers' and Busint ss Wagons
at greatly reduced prices. 141 West Broadway, near
Cana I street.
A VICTORIA FOR SALE CHKAP?BUILT BY BREW
ster ; to be seen at Thome's stable*. Thirty-first street,
west of Sixth avenue. For further particulars address J.
ROONEY, 13# Broadway.
A
-FOR SALE, AN ELEGANT HORSE, FOR
phaeton or coupe, 15 hands high, 7 years old, dark
chestnut, Ioiil', silver mane and tail; great beauty: war
ranted sound and gentle: splendidly trained; will mil
low. Apply at 28 West Forty-seventBJtrMt.
Arrived again-j o. deyo, of jackson city,
Michigan, wtth 52 head ot those flne Horses, single,
double and saddle, at A. S. Chain licrtln's stable, between
1.ex iunion and Third avennes, Twenty-fifth street
AI.ANIJAL'. in excellent condition, made
by Brewster A Co., ot Broome street, for tale, by G.
HE A RUsi.EY, Broadway and Thirty seventh struct.
A ROAD WAGON, BY DUSENBURY A VAN
duser; a ton Wagon, by Broome street Brewster;
1 Stivers Hoad Wagon; 1 six seat Phaeton, 1 Landauiet,
1 Coupe, by Wood Brothers: 1 Victoria. 1 extension ton
Cabriolet, 1 Depot Wagon, I side Spring, I light top Ex
press, i op. n do., 1 Sulky. 10 second h.in d Kockaways ot
all styles, $1(10 up; single and double Harness, Sheets,
Whips, Lap Miawls, Ac.
WM. H. GRAY, 20and 22 Wooster street.
t ?FOR HALE, A GOOD MILK WAGON. APPLY
J\ . at M We.st Kiitieth street.
A CHESTNUT SORREL ROAD MARE FOR 8ALE-8
years old; can show three minutes; has bean driven
by a laily . warranted in every particular. Apply at 145
Rightli street, near Broadway.
A FOUR-IN HAND DRAG, IN FIRST RATE ORDER;
A phaeton pattern ; with rumble and top over back
-cat; a No lead liars, Ac.: built by Wood Brothers; will
be sold a balgain. Apply to IRA BRoWN, 73 University
place.
AGENTLEMEN WHO DRIVE THEIR OWN TEAMS
J\ . and want something $tyli?h, new and convenient
lor ladies U> enter to the liaek scat will do well i0 call
and examine my new style ol 1 ? art before purchasing
elsewhere There is nothing made to equal them.
H \M, 10 East Fourth street
Brewster (of broome street) second hand
Wagons.?A choice stock and assortment ol the
above eolchrnted Wagons, tops and no tops, on lull and
half springs, for sale "by ^ KMM|mAIJ
Nos. 7 and IS East Eighteenth street, near Mtth avenue
BARGAINS.?To MAKE ROOM WK WILL OFFER AT
unheard ol .irleoK, during the preaent week, Roek
away Depot Wagons, Park Phaetons, tup nndno top and
Basket Phaeton-, Au. 1,4'JI anil 1,45*1 Broadway, between
Kotii-fourUt and I'orty-ttilu strata. J
HOR8KP, CUtHIAOR*. AC.
CIOIIPB, SUITABl.R FOR HACK MAN, HOR BALK.
> Inquire at f.J2 Sixth avenue.
/ 1RBAM TAN RIDING AND DKIVINO (IU)VK.s,
? "'Hlle button. I*: double button, Si Si.
Kvery pair wariuntcd and sent free on receipt of prior.
. UNION ADAMS * CO., 037 Broadway.
C1ARR1AORS at RKDUCRD PRICKS
/ bxteuslou top Cabriolets and fhaeteM,
Park and Pooy rhacuiu*.
Victoria* and CabrtoleU,
Pour and m jteat itookawaya,
K#r mAo very low by
A. a. KI.AKDttAU.
No*. 7 and l* East Eighteenth street,
between Broadway and Fifth avenue.
ClARRIACIW ?I COI.YER A CO. CARRUOKWAKE
) room it ,vj8 Broadway, factory at Nfcwark, K. J. Being
large manufacturers, we can sell first class v< hicles at
lower prices than can be offered by dealers, besides giv
ing purchasers* more satisfactory guarantee. ^
CARRIAGES?SLIGHTLY DAMAGED; GREAT BAR
trains; new and second hand Carriages, every de
scriptloii; low prices. We offer great inducements, a ail
invite purchasers to call and examine.
MANUFACTURERSMINION. 8S8 Broadway.
C1ARRIAGB AND PAIR HORSES WANTED?IN EX
J change for second hand Mortgages or a House and
Lot in Harlem. Apply at 41 Liberty street, room I.
Depot wagons.
at reduced price*.
A Ane assortment of the
above Carriages, among which are the
"Ueiitlemau's Depot Wagon,"
the best country carriage out
A. a FLANDRAU,
Nos. 7 and 18 East Eighteenth st, near Fifth a v.
1M.KUANT KENTUCKY BRED SADDLE MARK, ALL
Ci saddle, gaits, 7 years, 15J< hands, at halt her value,
as owner has left the city, and to be sold at West .Mde
saddle, gaits, 7 years, ISJf hands, at halt her value,
>wner has left tho city, and to be sold at West side
Hoarding Stable, 211) and -21 West Forty-sixth street, uear
Broadway. Ask lor Mr. GARRISON. .
tpOR 8ALE?A HANDSOME BAY PAMILY OR COUPE
1 Horse, sound and in good condition; very stylish.
Inquire for William, coachman, or Mr. Toany, at Teany's
livery stables, 39 West Forty-hiurlh street
IjlOB SALE-A BEAUTIFUL BAY MARE, IS HANDS
1 high, 8 years; perfectly souud and kind .can trot
In 2:30; the best pole inare to be found anywhere:
does not pull: can be driven by any lady at full speed.
United States Livery Stables. I6S East Thirty-second st
For sale-an elegant establishment, bay
Mare, IShands high, 0 years old; can trot In 2:80:
Brewster, of Brooine street, shifting top Wagon, Pole and
Shafts. Can be seeu at stable 128 West Thirty-second
street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
IjWR SALE?OWNER HAVING NO USB POR THE
J1 same, a span of buy Horses. IS hands high, a Brett
Carriage and set of double Harness, all ui first rate order;
the hordes aro gentle, sound and kind; excellent travel
lers; the whole establishment will be sold for less than
half Its cost- Address MERCHANT, Herald offlcc.
FOR SALE?a BAY MARE, IS HANDS; 7 YEARS
old; warranted sound and kind; a superior carriage
Horse, and is a fast traveller. To be seon at 48 and SO
East Thirty-second street.
FOR SALE?AT POST A NICHOLS' STABLES,
Twenty-fourth street and Third avenue, a very luuey
pair of dappled chestnut Horses, 6 years old, 16* hands,
lisht tails and manes, well broken for gentlemen or la
dies and good style. Inquire lor the "Silvor Tops"
pOR FA LB?A PAIR OK HANDSOME, SHOWY, RICH
r bright bay carriage Horses. 16^ hands high, long
manes und tails, black points and perfectly gontle. Will
. black points and perfectly gontle.
be sold at a bargain. Apply at private stable 19 West
Forty-fourth street, trom 8 to 10 o'olock A M.
F
I^OR SALE-VICTORIA, MADE BY BREWSTER. OK
Broome street; very little used. Also imported Sad
dle Horse. To be seen at 128 West Eighteenth street, pri
vate stuble.
10It SALE?A LOT OF SECOND HAND COAL
Cnrts. Inquire at 408 Woit Fourteenth street.
l/OR SALE?AT 142 KAST THIRTY-NINTH STREET,
r a second Uambletonian brown Mure, I5'f hands, 6
years old; can trot in 2:5U; warranted sound und kind.
IilOR SALE-AN EXCELLENT TEAM OF TRUCK
1 Horses, two double and one single Truck, two Carls;
owner having no use tor them will sell cheap. Apply at
Dupont street, near Newtown Creek, Greenpoint Chomi
cul Works.
?OR SALE-A THOROUOHBRED KENTUCKY SAD
J? die Mare; 5 years old, 16'S bunds; long tail; scientifi
cally broken to all guits; warranted in every respect; will
drivo single or double: Is a very superior horse lor a lady.
Address W STUART, box 475 Post office. New York.
For sale?rare chance?in Brooklyn, four
years' lease. Fixtures, Ac., ol stable; doing a good
business; forty stalls; all on ground floor; eighty feet
front on street: only lour minutes from Park; terms libe
ral. Address FRANK, Herald offlcc.
lilOR SALE?ONE OK THE HANDSOMEPT TURNOUTS
r In the city, consisting of pair stylish bay Horses, war
ranted sound; T ("art, with shifting top, built by Brewster,
Brooine street, and new Hnrness; prlcc $2,800. Address
C. C. C., Herald Uptown Branch office.
For sale?a bay mark, 9 years, 15 hands,
ruarantced sound, kind and gentle; Basket l'hueton
(rumble and umbrella), made byFlandrau; Single Har
ness. all in perfect order; ulso lour-seat Coupe Rockaway,
plutlorm springs; also C spring Phaeton; will exchange
any of the above for verv small Pony, with Phaeton and
Harness, suitable lor child. Address C. R.. box l.'JJO Post
office.
IilOR SALE?ELEGANT AND STYLISH PAIR OP
' dark sorrel Horses; Landaulet four wheel, and a
two wheel Dog Cart, made In Europe; double, single and
a tandem Humes*, complete; owner going to Europe.
Address A. B. C., station A.
For sale?two new f.xpresh or business
Wagons, one platform spring; warranted first class.
At 231 Eust Thirty-fourth street
For sale?a top wagon, in good order,
made by Dusenberry; also, a road Wugon.made bv
Stivers. Inquire at EDWARD SYVEENY'S, carriage
maker, 210 East Fift.v-Arst street
FOR SALE?PAIR BAY HORSES, 15* HANDS, AND
six seat Roekaway Carriage: McNamara's stable,
Seventy-third street, Fourth avenue.
BRl'NS, MOORE A CO., 452 Broadway.
For sale?at a sacrifice, a fast road
Horse; also Top Wngon, by Stivers; Sleigh, Harness,
kr. Address S. I. P., Herald office.
For sale?just from the country one
pair very fine carriage Horses, brown, 15.3 hands
high. 6years old and very free and stylish travellers;
warranted sound and kind in every particular; price
moderate for u first class team; also the most stylish
coupe-or dog cart Horse In the city; bay, 16 hands high, 7
years old; a very fast and handsome driver. Inquire lor
Mr. rani), stables 164 East Fifty-seventh street near
Third avenue.
BX>R SALE?ONE OF THE FINEST .TEAMS OF DAP
pin gray Horses In the city; 16 hands, 6 years old,
kind in all harness, good travellers, free from vice. In
quire for SOMERVILLE, Forty-second street and (Seventh
avenue.
For sale-a very stylish mahogany bay
Horse, 16 hands. 6 years old: very pleasant driver;
can be used either double or single; sound and kind; will
make a very elegant coupe horse; property of a private
gentleman, who will give ? fair trial to any responsible
party. Apply at private stable, 42 West Kilty-fifth street,
For sale?one pair of sorrel coach
Horses, 16 hands high, 5 years old. well matched,
sound and kind in harness; will be sold cheap; owner
leaving lor Europe on 16th of Jane. Can be seen atMc
Manus" stable. Seventy-third street, near Fourth avenue.
Apply at 22 East Seventy -third street or 62 Pine street
For sale-stylish brown coupe or oar
riage Horse, two Truck Teams, Trucks, Harness and
elegant Business Gig. 606 First avenue, near Thirty
fourth street
For sale?a handsome bay family or coupe
Horse; over 16 hands high, sound, kind and gentle.
Inquire at stable in alley rearoi No. 6 Washington square.
FOR SALE?a THREE-QUARTER ROAD WAGON;
also ? full spring, cheap. Address E. H. K., box 124
Herald office, or call at 11# East 124th street
IHOE BALE?DOUBLE TRUCK, HORSES AND HAR
' ness; cheap. Inquire of JOHN F. PINSON, IdJetlcr
son street.
IriOR SALE-AT A SACRIFICE, SMALL TRUCK;
' must be sold lor want of use: also a couple of cheap
Horses. Call at 343 West Twenty-fourth street, in tlie
stuMes; a No cheap double and tangle Harness.
For sale?or will exchange, a first class
city made Landaulet, but. little used, lor park I'liac
ton. Horse and Harness, which must be in good order
ami condition ; horse must lie warranted sound, kind and
gentle tor a Isdy to drive, and not over eight years old.
Address H., box :f,154 Post office.
flOR SALE?AN EXPRESS WAliON, VERY NEARLY
new; also a bay Mure, 16 hands high, and Harness.
Apply at :SW East Kilty-first street, or niter to-da.v at 61
Third avenue.
For sale?a gentleman's turnout, consist.
Ing of a pair of Kentucky, thorougii bred Carriage
Horses. lii.S bunds high, 8 years old; also shilling-seat
Dog t art, one set ol double Harness, all in complete or
der. Apply at Truesdell's stables, 12t> and 128 West Forty
sixth street
|?OR SALE?A GENTLEMAN'S complete TURN
r out . pair bav Mares, 5 and 6years old; Brewster
Dog i.art, with stinting ton ; Harness, nearly now ; mares
will trot in ?'! untunes, and improviug. Inquire at Union
square stable* of Mr. McMAHON, 62 East Fourteenth
street. Sold together or separately.
FTOR SALE?AN ELEGANT 8ET OF DOUBLE HAR
nc,s, brass mounted. Kngllsh style, made by Camp
bell; used but a lew times. Apply at Cogswell's stables,
Lexington avenue and Thirty-third street.
IWR SALK-AN ELEGANT DARK HROWN HORSE,
1 15', hands high, 8 years old ; sound anil kind ; can
trot inside ot three minutes and can lie driven either
single or double; also h Dusenbury A Van Duser top and
no top side bar Road Wagon and a good set of Harness by
Dunscotnbe; will be sold either together or scDaralely.
Inquire at l9t Wert Thirty-first street.
BfHjR SALE-VERY FINE PAIS BAY HORSED, ?
1 hands high, second to none in the city tor style and
speed; al?o one saddle Mare; very highbred; u>.cd by a
ladv; al*o Pony and Phaeton; been used by voung la'dy
lor twT> years. The above can be seen at private stable
114 West riitieth street.
?iTSALE?A BORRIL HORSE, 9 YEARS OLD, 16
J? hands high , a fast trotter, Urnt stepper and free
driver, suitable lor the road and business. Anyone wish
ing a good horse can obtain all the particular* at A. T.
ALBRO'S private stable. No. 6 Second street
IpOR SALE?AT $???. WORTH tSTO. VERV FINE
1 young dark gTay Ahdallah Horse, IMf hands, sound,
kind, last, superior trotting action, at stable 121 Carroll
street South Brooklyn. ____
For sale-bay mare sibyl, by prophet, out
of Kurcka mare ; is 6 vears old, isH hands in height;
can show 2:4ft without handling and will be fully war
ranted : owner Bust sell. Apply U> JOSEPH TOWNLEY,
Boulevard stables, l.Vtand 147 Weat Fiftieth street.
For sale?very fine sty&ihh, closely
matched dark ctecstnut Mares; 2,0m pounds; will
road lft miles an hour easily, withont word or whip;
sound, k lad and safe lor lady, single or double: Star and
Haiuliletoniun stock. Can be seen at E. E. BRISTOL'S
stable. New Haven, tor a lew day*.
IIOR SALR CHEAP?A NEW TOP BUOGY WAGON;
beat city maker. Inquire at 401 East Thirty-sixth *t
1jV>RR\LK OHEAP-CITY MADE SPANISH victoria
1 (nearly new); shilling driver's seat and rumble. In
perfect order; cost owner $I,MW last Summer. Cau Ue
I ?cu mafetyf Are*!*
| HOEBKS, CJVURIAGB8. OX.
IIOR A \ I.1', CHEAP?SOCK AW AY, SB \TS KOlIK
1 iktwhn, with pole and ?Iiniu., hul little used. bought
truin W< hhI llroa. luuuiro at MCDONALD'S, 134 Hunt
Forty-first street, near Lexington avenue.
IjlOR SALE ClIEAI'-A HAY MAKK, 7 YEAltB OLD.
1 15 handtt; full flowing mane and tall; black points:
perfectly souuJ and kind. Ainu a fine m>i ol double nnii
single Harne.sa: also a Dubois track Sulky, little Used
Apply to STEPHEN, at Trimble's stables, 14b and lis
Wi-.it Thirty-ninth street, m ar H mad way. ?
1PM sale OHKAP-TWO ONF-HORSE sprinkling
1 Truck*, at 152 Johnson street, near Gold, Hrooklyn,
W D., before 8o'clock A. M. or after 5 o'clock P. M.
fl?)K SALE CIIKAP-AN ELEGANT CLARENCE,
1 satin liued i haa been but little used; inadu by a city
maker. Apply at H6# Third avenue, second flat
WSkm SAI.K- A LOT OP pink ROADSTERS ANI?
r extra Kentucky saddle Horses. Eighth avenue, be
tween Fortieth and Porty-ttrst streets.
A.J3. 811 KOPSHIRE.
IIOR bale?BU8INEHS WAtJONH. OF ALL sizes, TO
carry from H.*) to H,000 lbs. weight, at the southeast
corner ol Navy an I Johnson street*, Brooklyn.
(1 ItKAT 8alk OF IMPORTED thoroughbred
X Brood Mares, Stallions, Colts and I'illies; Saddle and
Carriage Horses; also Thoroughbred Cattle, at Lower La
chine, near Montreal, Canada, on Saturday, Mav SI. By
order of the Kxecutor luu' .lohn Sodden, Esq. Pedigreed
catalogues can be had at office of Turf, Field, or trom
JOHN J AKNTON, Auctioneer, Montreal,
HARNESS, SADDENS HORSK CLOTHING, CAB
riagu Robes, Lap Ousters, Fly Nets, and a large
variety of Saddlery Goods always on hand.
li. U. SMITH A CO.,
40 War-en street. New York.
HARNESS.?THE CHEAPEST HARMK88 HTORK IN
New York. ?A good doul le truck Harness, $30; a
good buggy Harness. hand made, $17; a good stable
Blanket, $2 SO. Will sell cheaper than ever on account
ot' moving on or before June I. Please call and rxainiue
(or yourselves. FISHKR A OSBORNK, 43 Murray at
Harness?for the track, road, park, farm.
business and pleasure use; also 8add)es, Bridles and
Horse,urtilshins Uoods of every description, style and
grade; Stogie Harness, $K to $206 per sei; Double, $1S to
|1.000per set C. M. MUSE KAN A BKO.,
Manufacturers, 114 Chambers street
HAKNE88.-1 HAVK A LARUE STOCK OP I1AR
ness, all styles and kinds, of ray own make, which
I offer at extremely low prices; also Riding Baddies and
Bridles, Whips, spurs, Halters, Blankets, Sheets, Lap
Robes and everything In the horse line cheap for cash.
E. It ART LETT, 62 Warren street, corner College place.
Hating a LARGS assortment of carriages
of my own manufaoture, I propose selling them at
greatly reduced prices. ISAAC LOCK WOOD,
2,3431 bird avenue, corner U7th street,
Horses for sale.-two horses, one, good
stepper, 17 hands; one. gentle and kind for lady to
drive, IS hands; tor cosh or merchandise. Apply to 8. c.
SMITH, Irankfort House, 202 William street
IN CONSEQUENCE OF A FAMILY GOING TO Ell.
rope, an opportunity is thus offered Tor securing a
handsome Landuulcl. built to order, suitable for all sea
sons, and Is unsurpassed in beauty of design, at a priee
which cannot fail to be satisfactory; also a heavy and
light Harness, made to order, to correspond, of the very
best material. Apply to WOOD brothers. 740 Broad
way.
JUST FROM vermont-A FIItST CLASS CARRIAGE
Team, lli hand* high, a rich brown color, H years old,
very stylish, sound ami kind ; Morgan and llnmbletonlnn
stock. Can be seon for a lew davs at the National Ex
change Stable, 23 and 25 King street
Kentucky horses for sale.?just arrived,
from the blue grass region, 11 line bred Horses; pair
of Hays, 16 hands high; pair of buy Mares, 1&% hands
high; Trotters; four saddle Horses; go all the gaits: line
for ladies; some line single harness Horses, all extra
tine. Can be seen at 221 West Forty-sixth street, between
Broadway nnd Eighth avenue. Call on A. 8. THORN
TON , ?f Kentucky.
T ONDON-MADE 11ARNESS, OK LATE8T WlinT h'Mli
^"u"r-bitHCLn ?v?'
"VTO IJHB OK DENYINll FACTS
^'Vcmp^S'8r^mi7vorH?" m??r
Mo. 8 OortlunJt street, near Broadway.
T}ON\ ESTABLISHMENT?KOR HOY OK MISS HAV
turc r^??ton;%o'^lunderVM(jd^ebarBaln0fc?rVlKen'rtavs."
DAKWIN, id Pine street '
TJONY PHAETONS? KVKRY DESCRIPTION POPC
ikntJn ?fruat v*Hely two <>|r>
flKht Rockawalv "wTiies Hh"etoM. Wagons,
MAM/KACTI'KKKS' UNION.JKV! Broadway.
PRIVATE TURNOUT.?PINE pair OK ~RAVn
ft is 2ie sor r kV"
Stable 215 West FoVt>(Tr,tstroot ' ar" dei?rub>*
QPEED! SPEED!?FIRST CLAPS ROAD^Trna , Wn
Board!i!g"alfrtillvery SuS&J? ami ft jVhYAV
filth street, between Broadway and Seventh avenue
JENKINS A RYAN.
S^^es^Tav^^fVa^v1^ A?" hGKN?
sj?H??r;
twoen N1 ne tee n t h a nil I ?vouuc- b?"
S"82ZS blS":
lOP a,ld opeU '"""i S"
MANUFACTURERfl' UNION, 838 Broadway.
S^IP' !KI?D "ORSR WANTED-FOR LADY^ To
sskrsarff.jrir"' ?'??
rpHOMAS L. D. BALL A CO., 138 WOOSTER STRFET
,{. between Prince and Houston (Broadway car* nail
every three minutes), manufacturors whPoh"
elianta ? ' 8a<^<JlerJr Commission Mer
(h.Jlil?e.B?c,kof-Hirn? alwavson hand and of ail
pr?ces. ? B,ount'uHg> ?ud at the lowest cub
Track and Livery Harness a specialty.
All goods warranted as represented.
WEN ROAD AND TROTTING HORSES MATClWl
EfshSS?
T?tf.ARK>f*R81 BA18INO FAST 8TOCK.-I HAVE ~A
"Tn?, ASHE WAOON," COMBINATION OF STEEL
53ffia"K#?w..*s
TO LET-A ROW OF FIKTEEN FINK STALLS IV 7
r ?n<fJIilfabIe: have never been used: ? capital niace
& Mot' Jtree? ^e^le?*^"1 '?* at0Ck' ,n<iulrc ?*
YAbr^dBe^
'/blo^'a anda7fVouSf' Mor"udandVAM^Uh ""'f'T
SSflr
SLki^k!riSK,n Amerlc?- out of high breed mare if wel
broken to harneni and saddle* ?t?i9ivf 1 ri ? ?; < ?? ? i.* *
quire of HENRY 8.
VmI* THOROUGHBRED KENTUCKY
Xss:!s6s?ssst
WANTED TO BUY?GOOD, FIRST CLASS TRITi'If
>?g wort. Address H? box397^Postofflce N. y!
I GOOD HORSE, $M; I GOOD TRUlK aan.
JL 1 good Cart, $30. Apply at 105 Bowery. ' '
Q/ri WEST THIRTY SECOND STREET ? FOR SUP
ht'h an "ne ? year old brown Hor?e l? hands
Sfosyfe.1" m0,t "ny '""?'ness, and warranted
M)A? OFFICB?7
A.I. JACKSON, PAWNBROKER, 56 WEST THIRTY
. first, formerly IX) Prince street, loans Monev in
?criptlon!"" SUlnS 0n pcr',on?, Property of every de
AT J At K SON'S, SDH BROADWAY OPPOSITE KI W
enth street-Money liberally advZi iVi
monds. Watches, Jcwel?y*?ilk?"?d
rorn"!.lL""P"',tV ever-v *'?rlpti<??. Private?..trance
AT 197 BROADWAY, CORNER FOI'RTIl STKKl-'T
?*. advances 0?> Diamonds. Wati-he's weir7
Silks,.I amel i llair >hawls. Laces a>ul personal property
of every description. JAMES p. M ATriiKWs
Money loaned?on diamonds watcher fkw
elr> and Silverware, and the same bought
Mil ?Sl?0* C- A,'LE.V, Jeweiler,
_ 841 ?r'_)*dnay. near Koiirteenth street
VTONRY ADVAN.ED ON DIAMONDS, WATCHfT
m Jewelry, silverware. Silks, Lace-. Shawls ami all
otli'T Mtri'hflndiso or the Gooua bouuhf l) vv loliv
SON. Loan Broker, I96>/, Bowery, up stair*. JUH,N
Qyj *JL JIOWSRT, I P HT A I RS. VVN H f'O K' !?' Ff?*
^ rv Ticket# for Watches, Jewelrv 8itk? m,o'? i.
Clothing, 4c., tvnigkt, and the highest prices' nih. ?!l
thein 'loney ailvaneed M D WOofsKA
1Q?t/J BROADWAY, OVRR HERALD RRAMnu I
? ZD I office, room B.?Parlor for ladloa Hr?nih
I.ai7 Broadway. Monev loaned on Diamonds Watched
Jewelry. Ac hame bought and sold. LINDo B?<os!
~ PE.1TMTHY. I
ABKAUTIKUL SET OF TKETII, Ik* SINtii K at ?
warranted. Extracting with gas, SOc Silver'^iV
1W(S, 30c. open Sunday until 12. lu Sixth avanTe 111
(ween Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets. Kememlle?,' .Y,J.
"A WIMBLK SIXPEkCK BETTER-THAN A SLOW
Jm. shilliriu. ?Teeth?Ordinary s?t? t7> i?<? # am
gold lined, $14; Inserted same day ordere'd ir'as udmioii.'
tered.SOc. M MUth avenue. "r??reu, gas auminia
A BSOLI'TKLY PAINLESS ?TEETH EXTRACTRrT
J\. fresb gas daily; Combination Seta extromell liJhi
and durable , Kublwr Sets, $ln. 210 Sixth avon^IU iT.i
Koiirteenth and Fifteenth strceta. EstablishJd *4 years""
Dr. L. B E RIIARD.
TVR WHITE, DKVTIST, 239 SIXTH Awvrrv?
\) (formcrlj of 76).?B?atuifa1 M'tnof T#?i>rh #a thf ?
$14; warranted to lit PH..?flV.*g^LTg>.tJ'v ????'? *?''
lume and platina, $1. Open handayn. g '
DR. AIjBRRT KIMBALL, FORMPAI v nv i \aq
Broadway, has removed his Dental oiiiee and li
..oratory from (o M West Twn?i?.i. , . !
Hiwidwf/ and t>Uth avenuo. ?imi. b?
,. CITY BBU ESTATE TOR HALE.
I',,r **?her Kenl EiUU AdvrrtiMiucnU
?e? VoarUenth Pitgc.
Central.
F?t" tor OK KKOADWA V, BELOW FOR
notS*?3%?l?J*&' Pr WM0&. JOHN K A VAN AIJII.
urticr Korty-ttecoud street and SUlh avenuv.
F?flon?AHm^(IVK STuttY ?""" STOOP BROWN
iu'?r ofntnS^iA V?rK?ia U> a prompt buyer;
Apply at *> ^.Pt" *treflt ! must l>? sold,
?ppl/. ?'orty Unrd street. broken ueed not
Wnt Side.
5 ?(ithl>""l"'K tbnk?^t. NK?, in WEST
??. h.,. &T."n w?S & -elLV- ?'n?n?t?L'w !*;??
!'??. b^ttettt Hou^ ln^ood oracr*uitislst.' ' U.m
By M. S. LEVY A ?!(>., 171 Wert Wth at.
BROOKI.tft j;KO..KKrVT.,?K M?K
B'tSSl? yTKKBT.?UANDBOMK yo U R Hi'mtv
-ewer. .
W. COOk, Washington street, Brooklyn.
AfUM?ni?K WOI.D?HAMILTON STREET NKAH
and su^oe liar* brie* lVou^'brnw'.f00! *tory'>??>?>< ?t
I ?. tw.lv, rooms; ,r?"
I W. COOK, ?ii Washing toustrcet. Brooklyn.
WILLOUGHBY STREET, NKAR CITY HAM ~
lmprovehn,t;enUU$7.2b0riCl' "OUM' 11 r???. '?"" .nort
w. Cook, 23i Washington ?treet, Brooklyn.
WKSTtHENTKK OOPCTY PROPEHTY
.. ? SALE AND TO RKHTT.
3S
JAS. J. PIIKLEM, 22South William street.
1
all modern lmprov?manta^?^-rtwfi.nSfr lwo 'toUoiia;
? a,yr
ANE OF THE FINEST PLACEn NEAR CITY H.V.Bn
lona^o^rwit'ie0?,"^
view*; elegant surrounding. #? ?/ ?*?hange; line.
? iw to goo<f tenant S. E I^an'S"
"10 LEASE OR POR SALE?TWELVE LOTH v*a?
msfsmm
$1.500.~"h?eaAl{hR?^ DRSIKA"''Y L00ATEDP0R
wl?, v i. neaitn and convenience; one hour rmm
LonK 18?ni ?tK
i i, terms msy, is or 20. same place. 179 Canal at.
$0 500 K,!Y A FARM BOCgl, 7 ROOMS
New York? N I C^i 'it /r?f ,ruit: 20 '"f""'** 'rom
dlalely; (Ire'en'ville. i C." A T vTs^uTs^Hr.Z
way. Do Forest A t)o. hukh, 78 Broad
ltl?AI, KNTATK TO BXOHANQBi
AW0?-?4V 27' AT s,\ I.I SUOOMS, TRINITY
* / ?' *' 5 a'*- ^?i1 "i ?u.'.V
. ??0use. \Z rooms; lwo cottages earrimn*
I .i'Jmi " i01"4'* birna and iiumcrniiK ,
jT;?a,'u tW?,K"ut -treSSr At Peek!
property, LKWIS M. HPKAK. o*ner, on the
sjfaAKr/?i^nt?Y,C'd''
-- ?? 212 IS road way.
A BEAUTIFUL GOTHIC OOTTAtSE MODFRV r*T
city b'v'iwo'railn.adl'r ffi,e?eXmnm"Lm?
aid office.0' e*cU"ngf- Af1dre" ?ARUA?N? box iWe"-'
A SMALL PLACE IN TIIK <!OUNTRY from ai im
a, Wr ISS "SZSS? Ss
OWNER, eare nt Eltoii * T.irn.1' ?j i!1 ""or add rots
can in the evenlnKut 117 Second place. Bro^d!!lyn!,nU^', ?r
A uW,y I10?* AND BRICK BASEMENT FRAMF
? ftv I e l11 Brooklyn, with heater, ranse water cim
128 He?2lXffl0ceUnl,npr0V<,d Prol*r,y tm Sox
A SLATE QCARRY IN PKNNSYLVAMA FOR
i9*Tf? a0^ ?mP'c_*Bna nevor-failinjf water power ? orice
$?. Apply to (IR1GOS, CAKLEfON 4 VoWW jjroid.
A "diSS'SSfa.
A FIRST CLASS RESIDENCE, ON HUDSON HIVPR
? near the city, via Thirtieth or Korfy wcond ?lree^
2!i? f I Wil "'"''l?. greenhouse, urapery, boat house'
Ac., for sale cheap, or excliaugo lor other 'Property unii
Cash. Address WILLIAMS, l?,x IKt ileral'l olflee
AN ELEGANT COUNTRY SEAT IN ELIZ \BKTH~For
...cewLooa *nge ,0rcltyor K'"tf*'"'iuge Proper?^
liho. n. TITII8, owner, 19 Nassau street. New York.
A COTTAGE-CONTAINING SIX ROOMS AMD BD1L
cellar, at Tottenvllle. i. 1 together with 4 1.,*?
planted with Irull ?ncI shade trees. lor sal^ixchan0^
? * BCK A (>U,, lal Fifth avenue.
?WiaKs:s&. ss^ "> swas
(Irefcs OWNER, box 221 Tarrvlown Post ?,ftkc.P P Ad"
F0-? E*r"ANGE-EIGHT ACRES, AT MAYVILLF
location, tine bay and ocean view; good Furniture urd ?
jiME8?MccfRM,PM7i?l;,Tp,n^^xchang'" Aedd?
McoahKt)L.L, H7 East Fourth street. New Vork.
?OR SALE?AT A BAROAIK. RENT OR RXOH1NOP
? .^"PPe/Ncw York, Brooklyn or new byProwrtyg
flnely Dnisiied Houses, with all modern improvements at
Khawibeth, N. J.; splendid Residence and iWertv.
lota 65xIS0 on fln?; street; 40 minutes from CityHall .New
Vork . 12S train* dally. Address .r. c. <j.. Herald office.
??&5rsJSrti ???????"?..w'is
sx?'
r?5 stf'E OR kxciiangk-skven houses in
dbandisc? ; K0O(1 l0C"tl0n' """'^W^wantmer.
H7J Broadway, corner De Kalb avenue, Brooklyn.
Fok sale, or exchange for tenement or
Storo Property?Kino Cottage, at Lonir Brancn, near
sou shore and largest hotels, with several Lot*. Including
corner; carriage house and other outbuildings; fruit uf
all kinds; horses, carriages, Ac.; also plot of Lafs in same
neighborhood; all free and clear. SALTER A I.EV V,
:!03 West Thirtieth street, nosr Eighth avenue
For sale or exchange-a kink farm, near
this city, of 100 acre*: tine water power and good
buildings, grist mill; a tine location ; will give mini' caih
it' unvliilim Hirers not too heavily mortgaged. Apply to
J. WlLI.IAXS.2K West street.
For halk or exchanoe-a valuable slate
Ouarrv, with Buildings anil Machinery, advantage
ously located on two prominent railroad* leading to New
Yorfc, Phlladclpnia and the Wert; flattering Inducement*
are offered and large profits can b? realixea. Full panic
ularsofB. J. STL'RiiES, 5fi Liberty street. New York.
I MM SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY.
a fine place at Westflcld, N. J., 19 mile* Irom New
York ; price $20,000; mortgage $.1,000.
RICHARD IIENNESSY a Co., MO Third avenue.
FpoR sale OR EXCHANGE FOR A FARM IS
Vlnelund, N. ,1 , a desirable House and 7 Lots or more
of Ground, on President street, near Nostrum! avenue
Inquire of JOHN RA1TT, on the premises.
F^OR sale OR EXCHANGE?TWO FIRST class
Houses, each 29x80x100 feet; bard wood finish
throughout; small house or country place taken
RICH ARM HKSNESSY A CO !M0 Third avenue.
tfOR SALE, RENT OR EXCHANGE?XONTCLAIR, N.
r J., House. Li rooms; laundrp. bathroom, lnrge
?tables, Ac.; eight acres or less; one.eighth of a mile
in.in new depot; garden, shade, fruit, springs. Ac.
JOHN H. PaRKON.s, 3S William street.
1-lOil SALE. OR WILL EXCIIANOE FOR IMPROVE?)
I? Property?7 Lots on liiOlli street. Apply to F. S.
DRtBCOLL, 2.1 Pine street, room U.
ijlOR SALE?NICE HOUSE IN FIRST CLASS OR.
F der; double lot; convenient to lower part of City;
would exchange for small farm. Add res# R. A. L., box
MS Herald oftlce.
I' POP. SALE?DESIRABLE WHOLESALE BUSINESS,
' Including three story Store House, for $18,100, cash.
Address 8. K. C. .44 Fourth street, Louisville, Kv.
HOTEL FULLY FURNISHED, DOING GOOD BUST
. ness; 5 acre* land ; healthy location; only one hour
from Now York.)exchange for city or Brooklyn Property.
SLADE A CO.. 2.1 I nion square.
T UMBER FOR SALE?CASH MORTGAGER OR
lj dwellings; 2,000,000 feet, chiefly joist: alsoLamber
Property in Herkimer connty, clear; will exchange for
propert> . PARTRIDGE, 129 Broad street.
TO exchange? A FINE PLOT OF DYCKMAN LOTS
for a House centrally located JOHN KAVANAGH,
northeast corner Forty second street ami Sixth avenue.
TO EXCHANGE?A KINK BRICK HOUSE, WEST
side, tor a Country seat containing not lesa than 2S
acres, also tine located Jersey for City Property. Apply
troniV to 10 A. M on Monday
A. SCH A1NWALD, ill Weat Thirty-?lxth street.
TO BXCHANGR?FOUR of the best located
Lot* in Brooklyn, corner Rndfnrd avenue and Hooper
street, also, furnished House at Mamaroiieck. lacing the
Sound. Apily to F, T, i'UAMK.VUD, 571 Fultou airuat,
BrwUm
?
RRAC. ROTATE TO RXrHANOR.
IIO KXUHANGE F(?K A PARM OR MRKC11ANDIRIlI
Throe I'enomnnt Houses in Brooklyn, well I icaii-4
wllhin H nilnutes' walk of the lorry; being iMronioi |7J
ca'ing In the country, would exchange '.hein iorniroou
Farm. clear anil I roc or lightly mortgaged, 01 lor htcr
chanmse that can lie . ..uvi rLed mt >cash ashiili umi
notanswor. Address, wiih tuil particulars, <i ROANORR
Herald Brooklyn Branch office.
TIO EXCHANGE?IN BROOKLYN. 151 LOW PRICK O
Lola, in an improving neighborhood, lor Mood t?ue
ment Houses, a Business or other paying l'rouertv SviiA
partlcuSwto W. g.,TB?BcdtoitTavenu*
To UOSAin-UUl IN jeusp.y. new YORK
.tnd bono Island; al?i I<otn in city and village nn<V
Weateru and Southern Lauds; Acriw in Orange. N J.
maddx, UJtthnatropi
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST HOT 151, PROPERTY
near New York will be gold low lor cash or exaliauged
forgood fnrtn, steamboat or propeller; location fashion
able resort and Icadiu,; tlioroughiaro.
k i'. II VANDYKE, UOBroadway.
r T N KM'tiM BEKISI), PRODBOTIVH I'.KM. HRTATR AT
L> cash value hiuI one-fourth cash to oxchauge lor a
straight job lot of Dry Goods. White Goods, Hoots and
Shoes or Hardware. Address HAKNR8T. Herald office.^
rALUABLK BROADWA) STORK PROPKRTY ANI) A
gentleman's Country Residence near city for Hale or
exchange lor smaller Property in New York city or
Brooklyn For particulars apply to C. K. DEUTHCH A
Co., '2M6 Broadway.
Wl'.STt 'II EST K ROODNTY.?PA0HM HAVING I.ANO
In Westchesh-r to exchange for K?>al F.sLato in New
York city and Brooklyn will please scad particular* la
JOHN KAVANAQH, northeastoornor Forty seoond street
and Sixth avetiue. Several lino places, well looate*,
near Southern Boulevard, lor sale. '
WANTED-A PA RM IN FREDERICK COUNTY,
Maryland, or near Ralttmorc. in exchange for a
House on Clereinont avenue, near Pulton, Brooklyn.
MARTIN DUNN, 202 Broadway, New York.
exchaniM
[stut
REAL RMTATE WANTED.
A PARCEL OP LOTS WANTED-ABOVE SEVENTY
second street, between Central and Riverside
Parka, at a tlgum oromlsing a reasonable advance. Ad
dress WEST SlDK, Herald office.
TpNOLEWOOD, N. J.?WANTED, A OOOD, COMFORT
Hi able Residence, all In complete order, inmlorn con
veniences, on the hill, in the vicinity of and easy walkliiff
distance to the Presoyterian church; price not to exceed
$12,(100. (JLAKK, 111 Broadway, basement, room 11
WANTP.n?HOUSE ANI) (1ROUND, FOR ?1,1MB,.
within to minutes of city. Aoply tn or address
BLOOMINdDALK, (4 I?ey street.
WANTP.I)?A SUBURBAN RESIDENCE. VAI.VR
$5,000 to $1,000, or tlrst mortgages. Address J. II ,
box r>,172 Post oliire, or 42 Cedar st., top floor. Noagcabt.
WA*TBD?CITY OR NEAR BY COUNTRY PROP
crty on railroad; will pay only In good paying iait
road b.mits. Address, lull particulars, no fancy price*
A. N. M? box 4,!#? Post office.
WANTED?CITY Olt ItRROOKLYN HOUSE, UNEM
cumbered or viot heavily mortgaged, in
Corn beautiful Parm l.'.i hours irom city; bniiatni
new ; unencumbered. Address box 2,302 Post office.
WANTED?FOR CASH, SMALL 1IOUSF. IN IIROOK
lyn: good location: or cxchanau unencumbered
Country Store Property tor Brooklyn Property. Owners
inquire at 73 Beekman street, third Door, from 12 to 4.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?ABOUT 211 LOTH, WITH
some water front, situated close to the city and
suitable tor a lactory.
p. O. A n. BROWN, 90 Broadway.
TirANTEl) POR CASII?A GOOD PAYING CORNER
IT downtown Store Property, must be below Canal
street and at a reasonable prlcc.
CLaKK, 111 Broadway, basement, room C.
WANTED?A HOUSE ANI) LOT OUT OP CITY;
.store property preferred ; price not to exceed $2,(W0,
terms eu.sh. Address Mrs. II. ANDERSON, 1,723 Tnlrn
avenue, New York.
WANTED?BROWN STONE HOUSE. WORTH $!t5,009
to $l*,0f)0, below Seventy-fourth street, for Residence
ut Port Richmond. S. I.; unciicuiniieml ami $7,.4)1) c.Mth.
si,a lit: A CO., -1 Union square.
TXTANTBD?CITY OR BROOKLYN HOUSE POR A
V? picturesque villa; all modern Improvements; loca
tion utisurpu?>ed lor convenience, health and |H ?utiful
views. Address box 129 Herald office.
WANTED?FLORIDA PLANTATION OR ORAZINO
Land on or near the Bt. .lohns River in exchange lor
Factory 1'rnpertv in this city, with about $12,mx) ma
chinery and fixtures. E. DUNCAN SNIPPKN.
130 Broadway.
TKTANNLD?FARM IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY.
TT good land, well watered, In exchange for llmt class
city Property, paving goo<t rent, in desirable locations.
8LADE A CO., 2,'t Unioa square.
ANTED TO EXCHANCK-.Y BPLBNDID PARM OP
143 acres, in Iowa, iiear to the State capital, lor ?
small Residence; property anywhere from 10 to M miles
from New York. Address OWNER, box 11,047 Post yffico.
New York city.
db ?TO EXCHANOE, OOOD BEAL ESTATE POR
tjp. Merchand Ise i also assortment Hardwuro and Housa
Purnishlng Hoods tor unencumbered Property near New
York. AdoresH.I, W. II.. box l'27 llerald office.
ACRES AT MAMARONECK. WErlTCIIKSTER
lOO county, for sale or exchange for Merchandise o*
city Property. RATHBONE A COS'l'ER,
SB Nassau street, room 10.
<2?Q nni\ WORTH OP GOODS AND VALUABLR
JpO.UUU Patent for salt?Will exchange for Parm,
small place near depot, within forty miles; Brooklyn
11o11m' or Lots. Apply at M Centre street
4lA AAA -Of ACCOUNT OP SICKNESS. WILL
JpJA/.UUU. .sell, or exchange tor city or near by
improved Property, a good Business of $52,000 a year.
Stock $10,000, in prime order; Fixtures and 5 yearn'
Lease if wanted. No brokers. Audreys DBY GOODS,
box 210 Herald office.
w
liKLKilOI S NOTICKg.
At bobinsov bale* 11 pnuniTH street. be.
tween Kiftli avenue and Union square, ontranco
through Robinson House?The Children's Lyceum meet*
at 10 A. M. Prof. S. B. Hrittan lectures at 11 A. M. Ma
conference or lecture this evening.
All cordially wklcombd.?rev. p. l. davieh,
pastor Bureau Baptist church, corner ol Downing
and Bedford streets, will prcach this morning and even*
Ing at the usual hours.
Association hall.-sunday school shrvick
on Sunday evening, at 7>4 o'clock. Albert Wood
ruff. Esq., will preside. Addres-ies by Fountain J. Hart*
Syr, Bag., of London, and others.
A SERMON IN AID OK THE SHEPHERD'S FOLD
will be preached Sunday evening, May 2ft, at 7
o'clock, at St. Bartholomew's church, corner of Madison
avenue and Korty-tourth street, by the Rev. Thomas A,
Jatrgar. rector of the Church of tno Holy Trinity, Phll?
de i|i bia.
A SPECIAL SERMON TO THE MASONIC PRATER,
nlty will be delivered by Rev. W. fl. Pendleton, by
request of Republic Lodge, No. 6U0, K. and A. M., Sunday
evening, .May 26, 187S, at Fifty-third street church, be
tween Sixth and Seventh avenues. Subject?"Hiram,
the Widow's Son. and His Temple Work."
ANTHON MEMORIAL CHURCH, KOKTY.KIOHTH
street, west of Sixth avenue.? Services at 10% A. M.,
and uitua' choral service at S.^ P. M. Suhjoct of after
noon sermon?"Cain and Abel, the First Brothers." T1m
Rector. Rev. K. lleLer Newton, will preach at each asr
vice.
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, CORNER HENRY AND
Seamuii'l streets. Rev. Win. N. Dunnell rector.?divim
sit vice every Sunday, at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Seat*
all free.
Bishop snow will preach in the univer.
sity, Washington square, on Sunday, at S P. K.
Subject"The Rainbow Angel and His Little Book."
/ 1HURCH OF J'HE MESSIAH, PARK AVENUE, COI
V ner of Thlrtv-fourth street?Rer. Henry Powera
Morning snbject?"The Ideal Home;" evening?servlca
ol praise, with short address. _
CIHURl'II OK THE DISCIPLES, MADISON AVENUE,
) corner of Forty-fifth street.?Rev. George H. Hep
worth will preach to day. Morning subject?"Chrlstian
itv adapted to all times and all people." Evening?"A
Veil on the Heart" Congregational Bible class in tba
church at .1. Grand concert, Thursday eveulng.
FflREE TABERNACLE OK THE METHODIST Episco
pal church, Thirty-fourth street, between Seventh
and Eighth avenues.?Rey. .John E. Cookmffn. pa?tor,
will preach on Sunday, at 10)? A. M. and 7% P. M.; Sab
bath school at2 P. M.; seats tree. All are welcome.
F[?REE SITTINGS.?CHRIST CHURCH, CORNER K1KTII
avenue aud Thirty-tilth street. Rev. Hugh Miller
! Thompson. D. D., rector. At the 3:3U P. M. services in
i this church the seata are atwaya tree.
Russian oreek chapel, 9.m second atenue,
near Klltieth street?Divine service in the English
language every Sunday at 10', o'clock A. M
REV. dr. rUM WILL preach is THB Hon
ing anil evetiing in the church in Eighty-fifth street,
between Lexington and Third avenues.
n|t m Ron \y. the CBLEBBATBD krencii
preucher, will deliver a lecture Sunday morning,
| 2.'ith insi , at 10:30 o'clock, in the church of St Vincenl
de Paul. Twenty third street, near Sixth avenue. Ad
mission tree. Proceeds ol the collection to be devoted to
I the Little Sisters of the Poor The charitably disposed
? who are unable to go and hear the celebrated orator
I tnav send their offerings for these rually meritorious His
I teri either to Rev. E. Aubril, I2n West Twcnty-lourtb
j afreet, or to Rev, M. Rona>, St. Louis College, Zt2 Wes?
Forty-second street.
QTRINWAV HALL .-REV. WAYLAND IIOYT, '>*?
tor of Tabernacle Baptist church. Second avenue an?l
Tenth street, will preach in Steinway Hall Suudav even
ing. at V4 o'clock, and In the church at 10k A. M. Sub
ject lor evening sermon?"The Essential in Religion."
rpiJE RIGHT REV. BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE WILL
I make a visitation to the n<tw Church of St. Stephen,
on Forty sixth street, east or Sixth avenue, to-morrow
(Suaitav) evening, at 7V In the morning the Rev. A. B.
Hart will preach.
fHh REV. A. T PORTER, OK THE DIOCESE O"
I South Carolina, will, by invitation of the Rector,
prcach at Trinity chwrch, on Sunday morning. Mav 2ft, ir?
bclialt of the Orphan Home and School ot tha Church ol
the Holy Commuiiion. Charleston, 3. C. Service begin
at I Of j o'clocft.
rjpiHE cosmopolitan CONFERENCE, TIRNVERKIM
1 Uall, titi East Kourth street, will be addressed to-day,
at 3 P M.by Mrs H. M. Walton, sublect?"lntetnper?
ance, It^Cause and Cure, Ante-natally and Post-natalljr
Considered.''
rilHE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION OK THE
1 Protestant Episcopal Church in this city will hold a
special service celebrating the iieglnning of its tilth year
on Sunday, May 25, at 7 :1ft P. M,. it st. Ann's church.
West Eighteenth street, near Killh avenue. Addresaea
will be delivered bv Rev. l>r* Rylance. Seymour anit
Gallaudet, Rev. Waiter Delatleld and others. The musia
lor this service has t?ccn specially arranged for the occa
sion bv Mr. Chan A. Cable, orgaalst of St Ann's,
JOHN P. KAl'BE. Secretary of the Association.
? ? - ; _ : U
k\piik>sk,s,
BVTTERSOM A COOK'S KURNITI'RE EXPRESS, Mf
and W7 sixth avenne. ?Karnlture moved, packed
and shipped on reasonable terms; fine Storage for furni
ture. aKand ,'iW Siath avenue, corner of Thirty tilth st
Long branch.-long branch furniturk \nd
Bags age Express MATTER SOW A COOK ft* an4
ft?7 avenue, corner of Thirty-fifth xtroet. Furniture
buggies, Ac taken irom Row \ark without oliaug*. i>t
the w?) ot Red Bank.

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