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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
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WHOLE NO. 13,437. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1873.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
BttECTOBf FOB ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS? Eighth Page?Fifth and sixth column*
AST kology?twelfth Page? Fourth column.
billiards?second Page?Sixth column.
BOARDERS WANTED?second Page?Third, fourth and
tilth columns.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTBD? Second Pice?Fifth
column.
bbook1.vn REAL ESTATE FOB BALE?second page?
First column.
BUSINf.ss opportunit1es ? Twelfth Page?Sixth
column.
BUBINKS8 NOTICES?seventh Page?Fifth and sixth
column*.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.?twelfth Page?Fourth col
umn.
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?second Page?First
column.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?twelfth Page?Second col
umn.
CLOTHING?twelfth Page?Fourth colnmn.
COACHMEN AND GARDeiNERS?twbvtb PAflB-Sec
ond and third column*.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?ninth Page?Fifth and sixth
columns.
COPARTNERSHIPS?fifth Page?Fifth column.
COUNTRY BOARD?second Page?Filth and Sixth col
umns.
DENTISTRY?First Page?Sixth column.
pry GOODS? Fibst 1*age?Sixth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND
unfurnished?ninth Page?Thlril column.
? EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS-Ninth PAGB-Fifth column.
UROI'e?Fikst Page?Second column.
YES AND EARS?ninth Page?Second column.
EXCURSIONS?ninth Page?Sixth colBinn.
FINANCIAL?fifth Page?Fourth and litth column*.
FOB SALE?twelfth Page?Filth column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Ninth Pagb?Third and fourth column*
FURNITURE?twelfth Page?Sixth column.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?eleventh PAOE-Slxth
column, and Twelfth Page?First eo umn.
HELP WANTED?MALES?twelfth Page?Third and
fourth columns.
HORSi.S, CARRIAGES, AC.?first Page?Third, fourth,
fifth and sixth columns.
HOTELS?second Page?Filth column.
MOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED-Twelfth Pagb
Fourtli column.
INSTRUCTION?twelfth Page?Sixth column.
JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER
GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Secoxd Paul?
First column.
LOAN OFFICES?kicnth Page?Fourth column.
LOST AND FOUND?first Page?First and secend col
umns.
machinery?twki.rrn Page?Fifth and sixth columns.
MARBLE MANTELS?twelfth Page?Fourth column.
MEDICAL?second Page?8ixth column.
MILLINERY AND dressmaking?fibst Page?Sixth
column.
miscellaneous ADVERTISEMENTS?tenth Page?
Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS?'twelfth Pare?Sixth column.
musical?eighth Page?Sixth column.
NEW publications?seventh page?Sixth column.
PERSONAL?f'ibst Page?First column.
pianofortes, ORGANS, AC.?eighth PAGE-Fourtli
column.
PROPOSALS?fibst Page?Sixth column.
professional SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES?
Eleventh Page?Sixth column.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?second Page?First, second and third
column*.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE-Sbcond Page?Third
column.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?second Page?Third column.
THE REGATTA?first 1'age?Sixth column.
REMOVALS? First Pace?Sixth column.
REWARDS?first Page?Second column.
BALBS AT AUCTION?ninth Page?First and second
columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?eleventh Page
First, second, third, lourth, fifth and sixth columns.
SITUATIONS WANTKD-MALES?twelfth PAGK-Pirst
and second columns.
SPECIAL NOTICES?first Page?Second column.
SPORTING-DOGS, BIRDS. AC.?firut Page?Third
column.
BUMMER RESORTS?sbcond Page?Sixth column.
THE TRADES?twelfth Page?Fourth column.
the TURF?first Page?Third column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS purposes-Ninth Pack?
Third column.
TRAVELLERS' guide-Ninth PAGE-Slxth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Ninth Page?Fourth columu.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR 8ALE OR
TO LET?second Page?First colnmn.
WINES, LIQUORS, AC.?ninth Page?Sixth colnmn.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.-Eigh*h PAGE-Fitth col
umn.
heraij) BRANCH OFFIC&?UPTOWN.
A dvertisements ]FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE,
1,366 BROADWAY AND 530 SIXTH AVENUE,
BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY-SECOND
STREETS.
?DVERTISEMENTS ABE RECEIVED PROM 8 A. M.
TILL 0 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL 9 P.
M.), AT OFFICE RATES.
newsdealers SUPPLIED WITH HEBALD AT 5
O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. NO EXTRA CHARGES.
PARIS AGENCY OF THE new YORK
HERALD.
1aksshs. kremer A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER,
AVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE
MEW york HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL
ERS WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, and also
SINGLE NUMBBBS OF this papeb TO PARTIES
REQUIRING them.
PERSONAL.
ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING john NICHOL
SON, who left Waterside, Londonderry. Ireland, so
jears ago. is respectfully solicited by his nephew, JNO.
NICHOLSON, of tit East Thirteenth street, between
aronues B and C. Washington paners please copy.
Albert gallatin remmington, lecturer
and Poet?Please come on to Boston. Inquire at
mont W. FRIEND.
?be
EST AT STKWART'8."?an hour LATER THAN
arrived, if not a myth; te be "Mayor" is eventful.
' _ _____ K.
C1AR from FOURTEENTH TO THIRTY-SIXTH
) street, yesterday afternoon; young lady in blue,
rested on umbrella. Please send address to w., box 174
Herald office.
Decoyed or strayed from 130 east porty
flrststreet?Marianne Shields DuBolss, aged 10; dark
brown hair, light complexion, burn on under part of left
irm; plaid dress, with high neck and short sleeves;
brown striped apron, drab stockings, laced shoes. Any
one found keeping her will be prosecuted.
E,
H.-I AM SICK. COME AND 8ee MB,
l 3.
tjlol'RTH AVENUE STAGE?WILL THE LADY, WITH
jp black eyes and lavender dress, who nottccd gentle
men on Wednesday morning and rode down to South
ferry, please address ALEXANDER BENNETT, Herald
office.
Cieorge?to-DAY AND TO-MORROW AT THREE.
J Do try. EDWARD.
Hoffman house, tuesday evening, about 10
o'clock.?Ladv in the restaurant, who noticed one
of the two gentlemen standing opposite door?Can I not
make yonr acquaintance? Address, stating particulars to
?void mistake, S. S. 8., Herald office.
J N formation WANTED?of JOHNNIE QUINN,
who left this city about a year ago; supposed to be in
ew Jersey. Information concerning his whereabouts
WU1 be thankfully received by his father, John Quinn.
"IF DANIEL HARLIN, SOMETIME mecban1c WITH
J. tfic Gowrock Kopework Company, Port Glasgow,
Scotland, wilifipplyto Alexander Lade, Solicitor, Port
Glasgow. Scotland, he will hear of something to his
advantage.
1WILL GIVE 15.000 TO ANY PERSON PROVING i
ever wronged or attempted to wrong them of five
cents. Put un or shut up. WALTEll A. SIIKRIDaN.
JM. S.?PLEASE CAtL FOR A LETTER.
, D WIGHT.
t.-ELLY.?INFORMATION WANTBD f>F saffah
jv Kelly, from county Armagh, Ireland, who landed at
Castle Harden by the rity of Lon Ion, Mny 28, by her
brother, John Kelly. Apply at Castle (iarden.
Kk K.-A COMMUNICATION, EMANATING
? .veritable source, answored; Incidents necessary;
candidate. Ac. Address F. F. F., Herald office.
Lady in black in ninth avenue car, 7 p m
left at Christopher street; noticed gent on opposite
leal Please address GRAHAM, box^us Herald office.
p -evbrofthee. MIND, HALF-PAST THREE.
w
The little black eyed lady, with hrown
kid gloves, who, on Monday afternoon, led me a wild
goose chase from Central Park to Grand street and else
where, was inlsunderstodd. Write to me at station A,
tity. WILL HATHAWAY.
ILL NELLIE TRAIN CALL immediately FOR
package left at 119? G. M.
LOKT AND rot M>.
RIFTED frofi YONKERS-ON FRIDAY NIGHT,
May .to. a RowboaL 18 toet long; painted white, with
freen bottom; bottom w>ards loud color; upper streak
.lid seats stained dark ; branded D. Blackburn in stern,
niormution that will lead to her recovery will be liber
ally rewarded. FRANK CAPFLRTY, Yonkers, N. Y.
t OST-ON SUNDA'Y MORNING. FROM THE COR
\J ner of Fifth avenue and Fourteenth street, a Scotch
Terrier Dog a little long In the Tegs; blue back and light
colored between the legs; had on a brass collar: no name.
610 will be palti by leaving ulm at No. ft Last Nineteenth
treat
^087?YESTERDAY AFTERNOON, IN GOING FROM
delmontco's, bpuadway and Eleventh street, a
rse, containing a sum of money, a card with owner's
tame, and some railroad tickets. The finder will receive
a reward of an i the thanks of the owner by returning
{be saute to c k. A LOUR, Mi Broadway.
T OST?FRIDAY, MAY w. ?on TRAIN FROM PHILA
1J delpbla, gold Spectacles; had owner's name, John
W. Downing. Under will be suitably rewarded on lear
tng them at CHARLES M. SCHOTT'B, No. 8 Wall street,
sp stairs.
i ost?on DECORATION DAY. A BLACK AND TAN
I Slut, for which a good r?wtrd will be paid. 737
resu> ateauc.
LONT AMD POUND.
(JStT?TO~^ONR WHO KNOWS ABOUT DIAMOND
I ring."?$80 reward <no more) if returned m two daya
Address bo* 642 Post office.
L
Lost?in Nicholas doll's, cornkr beekman
and Nassau tftreeta, Pocketbock, containing Note lor
$2,100, signed Cbas. Koblman, and one Note, $1,613 10, un
signed. The tinder will receive a liberal reward by re
taining aame to H. FRALEY. No. 9 Pine street. or to Mr.
Doll's store, as they are worthIe?? to the finder.
LOST?ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON, IN CONET
Island car No. X, a Poeketbook containing money.
The two ladies who were seen to pick If up will please re
turn the same to 3?7 Ninth street, between Filth and Sixth
avenues, Brooklyn.
LOHT-.june S, IN DRIVING THROUGH CENTRAL
Park, au Earring, with letter R In diamonds. Re
turning it to 344 Lexington avenue will receive suitable
reward.
LOST-TWO BANK books, IN AOOOUNT with AT
lantic Savings Bank. The finder will receive $3 by
returning to J. DUEB, Exchange Dairy. SO Broad street.
Lost?a scotch trrrirr. from48WBStthirty
tltth street, on Tuesday, June 3. b?dv part shaven;
answers to the name of Jack. A liberal reward will be
paid for his return.
NOTB lost ?ON OB ABOUT THE 2D OR SD OF
June, a Promissory Note, made by George Koehler,
for $5U>, dated May 13. 1873, payable three months after
date te the order of and endorsed by Henry Goldsmith.
All persons are notified not to negotiate the same, but If
found to return to HENRY goldsmith, 61 Na?>au at
STRAYED?WEDNESDAY MORNING; FROM 130 BAST
Thirty-sixth street, a small blue and white 8ky? Ter
rier slut. A liberal reward will be paid for her return to
above address.
The advertiser was followed home on
the night of Mav 31 by a large Bloodhound. The
owner can have him by Droving property and paying ex
penses. Apply at 378 Grand street, in cigar store.
REWARDS. _
$20
REWARD.?STRAYED, ON TUESDAY EVEN
ip^JU ing, irorn Sixth avenue, between 123d and 130th
streets, a light red cow. with several white spots and long
horns. The above reward will be pakl to the person
leaving Information of her whereabouts at TIEFEL'S
Mount Morris shade, lad street, near Sixth avenue.
<J?7fr REWARD-LOST, BETWBEN SATURDAY AND
JJp I O Monday, a gold Watch, with owner's name
engraved; number M,M; maker's name Auguste Suite
man. PlcattB return to 31 Grove street, New York; no
question* asked; home at 7 in the evening.
$1 REWARD VHLL be paid and no QUES
tions asked for the return of the Watches and
Jewelry taken trorn 106 Chatham square June 1,1873. Ad
dress H. C., 206 Chathasi square.
MPBlClAAi MOTICES. "
ALL OFFICER8, SAILORS AND SOLDIERS WOUND
ed, rapinred or Inlured, however slightly, can ob
tain a penHion through Dr. B. B. JACKSON, late ?ur
geon U. 8. Navy, No. 4New Chambers street.
A -HERALD BRANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN,
? corner of Fulton avenue and Hoeruni street
Open from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M.
On Bonday from 3 to 9 P. M.
Havana u)ttbry drawings oh file.?circu
lars tree. Orders promptly filled. JOSEPH BATEf*,
Agent, 196 Broadway, room 4. Chatham Bank Building.
Havana ? and kentucky lotteries-prizes
cashed; circnlars sent tree. JOSEPH BATES A CO.,
71 Broadway, New York, room 31. first floor.
MF.ARBS'
EARES' PARAGON SHIRTS,
mnde to order and warranted to fit
Sent by express, C. O. D., to any part of the country, at
the following prices :?
6 shirts, Masonville muslin and fine linen $12 00
6 shirts, Wamsutta muslin and very tine linen 13 SO
6 shirts, New York Mills and best linen 16 00
Boys' Shirts ready made and to order.
Fancv Shirtings In great variety.
Directions lor measurement sent on application.
RICHARD jsEARBS,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Sixth avenue and Nineteenth street. New York.
National academy of design.-the forty
elghth annual Exhibition ol Pictures and Soulptures
now open, day and evening. WU1 close Saturday night,
June f. T. ADDISON RICHARDS, Corresponding Secre
tary N. A.
CONTRACTORS.?
d all kinds of Topo
grapntcat siecnanicai uu Agn^unural Drawings neatly
and correctly done, at the Englneurs' Draughting Bu
reau. Office 71 Broadway, room 120.
XTEW JERSEY 8TATK DETECTIVE AGENCY, HEAD
1> quarters 113 Washington street, Jersey City; Branch
Office over Central Market, Newark.?This agency is pre
pared to attend to all criminal matters. The members
arc commissioned by the Governor, having given bonds
to the State for the faithful performance of all businew
entrusted to them. They also posse us full police powers
throughout the whole State of New Jersey. Communi
cations addressed to the undersigned will be promptly
attended to. JACOB WAMBOLD, President, 80 Bank'
street, Newark. C. C. MARTINDALE, Secretary. Head
quarters 113 Washington street. Jersey City.
OFFICIAL DRAWING NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY.
rxtra class so 77 -~runn 4, 1873.
36, 4, 7, 31, 89, 94. 70, 87, 38, 23, 82, 9.
WORTH CAROLINA?CLASS NO. 78?JVtfM 4, 1873.
84, <10, 2, 22, 28, 23.
GERKEN A CO., Managers,
s, 234 Greenwich street, N. Y.
HO. 7 ft?JTJNK 4.' 187!
86, 88, 10, 24, 30, 64,
G
LUTHY A CO., Brokers,
OFFICIAL DRAWINOH
KENTUCKY 8TATE LOTTERIES.
? .CLA** "? W->?D*x A 1878.
68, 42, 76, 4, 23, 12, 72. 1. 61, 3, 78, 41, 49.
XXNTCCXT-CLASS JO. 364?JCS* 4, 1873.
13, A 37, 49. 88, C6. 34. 62, 16, 3<). 89.
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.
tHXLBT COLLRUR?KXTRA CLASS HO. 263?J USB t 1873.
69, 11, 43, IS, 61, 28, 7, 74. 38, 70, 12, 24, 63.
SBKLBT COLLROB?CLASS HO. 264?JURR 4. 1873.
581 10> 34, 26, 40, 60.
... _ JI51XS, * ?0., Managers. Covington, Ky.
Address C. HRNRY, care J. Clute, Broker, 206 broad
way. Post office box 4,969.
0F"?tteAry ?o^elN?^rFuTnd-p8eSalOAH01',NA
New York P^. b?1Ch*riMton' * June A 1873.
P
???Oil DISCIPLINE.?BY INVITATION OF THE
x National Prison Association, Miss Mary Carpenter,
of England, will address a public meeting in the!Church
of All Souls, corner of Fourth avenue and East Twentieth
street, on Thursday evening, the 6th Inst, at 8 o clock, In
which she will develop the trolton
plied in the convict prlaons ot Ireland. The public are
cordially invited.
R
OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY-NEXT DRAWING JUNE
, 10. German state Lotteries. 843'rittCO?"
Port office box SJ36. 85 Nassau street room 4.
R~ OYAL UAVANA LOTTBRY OP CUBA.?PR08
pectus for 1K73 now ready. AddreM GEORGE UP
UAM, No. 9 Weyboeset street Provldenoa, B. L
OT. THOMAS BAY RUM, OF VERY FINE QCAIJTY
reduced pric,,;jTa"tf,y
1HK WALWORTH TRAGEDY.
Portraits of
the Murdered Man,
Ilia Wife
and
the Parricide
In
the DAILY GRAPHIC
TO-DAY.
The mutual life insurance company of
New York.
144 and 148 Broadway.
Naw York, June 4, 187S.
At an election for nine Trustees of this Company, held
at its office. In the city of New York, on the 2d Inst., the
following named persons were elected to ssrvc for a term
ol lour years :?
JOHN WAD8WORTH,
WILLIAM 11. POPHAM,
WILLIAM A. HAINES.
SEYMOUR L. BUSTED,
SAMUEL D. RABCOCK,
FRANCIS SKIDDY.
WILLIAM F. RABCOCK.
FREDERICK II. COS8ITT.
LEWIS MAY.
And at a subsequent meeting of the Board of Trustees
FREDERICK S. WINSTON was unanimously re-elected
President for the ensuing year.
JOHN M. STUART,
Secretary.
THE PRINCIPAL DRAWING
of the ?' " n"
v.
will commence ??? ~
Highest prixc 120,<100 Prussian 1 balers.
Royal Havana Lottery?Next drawing June 10.
Royal Saxon Government Lottery
City of Hamburg Lottery.
Priaescashed and Information jrtven.
THEODOB BBC HOC II,
116 Nassau Htreet; box 6.0HI) Past office.
^QQ '8 DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL
?PyOt/.UOt7 fsed Kentucky Lottery; Royal Havana
and Kentucky circulars tree; llfcc. commission allowed.
Address BaLBY a CO. (office established 30 years*, 174
Broadway.
it'IrALi usaitii"! ....
. 74th Brunswick Government lottery,
wltli 66,000 Tickets and 28,0Wi Priaes.
1 commence M*X^*n,Len '
BliROPr.
JUTE PAPER.?PREMIUMS TO PAPER MAKERS.?
Messrs. JOHN LKNG A CO., Dundee,'hcrebv offer
1. A premium of ?60 for the best Heam of Paopr made
entirely from lute, smtiible for priating the Dundee Ad
vertiser, of which the maker will anderUke to supplv
80 tons, at a prloe not exceeding 4WI. per lb.
2 A premium of ljlOO for the best Ream of Paner made
entirely of Jate .suitable lor printing the Dundee Adver
tiser, and of which the maker will undertake to supply
WD tons at4d. per lb.
The specimen reams to be delivered at the Dundee Ad
vertiser office on or before the 1st September 1873.
The size* and weights required will be given on appli
cation to JOHN LENG A CO., Advertiser office, Duuuve,
Scotland.
BS8RB. POWER A WTLIB, khiprrokers AND
^ Conunisslon Agents, 62 Jamaica street Glasgow, beg
announce that they are open to act as agents or con
signees In that cltv. Having a very extensive coanention
they would attend to orders for buving, forwarding, ship
ping, Ac., at very moderate commission.
The yuBEN's hotel, nrar the crystal
Palace, Upper Norwood, London.?To tourists and
IFfamilies-Its elevated, pleasant and most salubrious post
Uon, combined with the comlort afforded and its general
management, have made the uueea's Hotel a favorite
M
8PORTING-IHJUS, BIRDS, AC.
A "Eli1? aALKi,^H* KINI?8 OF FANCY DOOa
Fori ?>!!?. 4C1; Medicines for *11 diseases, Prepare J
0r l"0?k,"P bird*. At B. G. DUVET'S, Ao 3 Greene
street, near (.anal
A MILLION brook trout AND U ACRKri OF
?wt Rlc?lan<l, New York, can be bought for
$16,000. Address MYRON PABDEK. Oswego, New York.
THE TlIHFi
J^HERICAN JOCKEY CLUB.
SPRING MEETING, 1871
SATURDAY, June 7.
WEDNESDAY, June II.
SATURDAY, June 14.
TUESDAY, June 17.
THURSDAY, June ISl
SATURDAY, June 21.
First race each (lay punctually at 3 P. M.
? _ A. BELMONT, President
C Wmnr, Secretary.
JEROME PARK RACKS.
An elegant imported four-in hand Carriage and Flar
If^Kv .mi J? by PeterH. of London, In perlect
? and very stylish; a splendid affair tor the races or
? man country seat; accommo
rJiJ? .11 iiersoD8; ''c sold at le?s than halt the coat ol
? importation; can be seen at the warerooms of
BRADLEY, PRAY k CO., 568 Broadway.
PWSPBOT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.
?lKr*-vJ1 tne ^ ' "'clock, ?)od day and track,
match $300; mile heat a; 3 In ft; to 300 lb. wagon and driver.
Owner names b g. Rinaldo.
Owner uaiuc? b. g. Plumber Boy.
GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent.
PROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION?
msmkhm'b
a-? ' ?J?u<W?,''or horses that have never beaten
??ter Manee enters b. a W. H. Allen.
W..?? Crawford enUirH b. g. J. W. Curie y for Beppo.
Alden Goldsmith enters b.m. Huntress.
SAME day
twohilhrne' *' *300~Prco r?r aU running horse*, best
Thos. Jones enters B Filly, dam Maiden, by Bcaeon.
*? ? "2Cr enters blk. g. Jevel, by imp. Mickey Free.
???? SECOND DAY?THURSDAY, JUNE Xl
j yj RSE No. 8, $1,200?For horses thai have never beaten
Peter Manee enters b. m. Mary A. Whitney.
M. Carroll enuirs b. g. Ben Htarr.
t RS"f.ny- Jr < en,er? br ? Joker.
? o"?.we enters b. in. Fanny spra^ne.
J. C. Suydam enters br. m. Constance.
E. H. Heard enters br. ?. Coroner K.
? , ? SAME DAY.
PURSE No. *?Four-year-old Colt Stake.
dlutn *011 entorB b- Barou Luff, by Happy Me
lt. 8. Sanford enters blk. e. Edwin, by Peacemaker.
D??Q? THIRD DAY?MONDAY, JUNE 16.
hcats?fhr?e?in'tlv2*>~F,'*e f?r *" runniD8 horBes- mUe
Thos. Jones enters Bay Filly, dam Maiden, by Beacon.
K. v. Bork enters Free.
[ j No. 8, $1,000?For horses that have never beaten
E^fP? P?y<1cn enters b. m. Lady Annie.
H. llarbuck enters t>r. g. Windemire.
W. Carroll enters eh. m. Highland Maid.
v Dover, Jr., enters br. m. Lidia Picton.
V f.?ck enters b. g. Clothespin.
enters g. g. Jack Draper,
j. C. Suydam enters br. m. Constance.
W. Rogers enters br m. Belle of Vermont.
Alden Goldsmith enters b. s. Abdullah.
da and track'600? UftC'' (lay 111 3 ?'clock> Prompt, good
5?1?' grand ^"nd and quarter-stretch. >2.
Club House, introduced bv a number, 13
Gap. W. Oaklet, gup't E. o. RKAu, Pros-t.
Trotting at Fleetwood park?on Thursday
..ihHf o'flock.?Sweepstakes $460; mile heats,
uusUthrve in five, in harness.
J. D. McMann enters s. #. Fred.
George N. Ferguson enters ch. g. James K. Polk.
D. Pilfer entera b. m. Topsy.
WILLIAM h. VAN COTT, Superintendent
rpROTTING AT FLEETWOOD PARK ON FRIDAY;
?? a nm i'JZt ?imt mrm ?.'?"I0, ",lle hea,s' ,?>lrt ?
3, $1,000 first, $600 to second. Dan Pflfer enters b. m.
American Glr) to wagon; W. II. Crawford enters tig!
* r n?.tey. formerly Beppo, to wagon. cateh weight:
J. L. Doty entera am. Nonesuch In harness. Adinl?ion$i
WM. II. VAN OOTT, Superintendent.
POOLS SOLD AT JOHNSON'S, 1.187 BROADWAY
cornerTwenty-eighth street, on the trot between
AmericauUIrl, John W. Conley anl N?n?mi<?. at Heet
KS0*!. a 2? 011 6 ^ Purse at Boston, this sven
Ing, at 8 o'clock. T. B. JOHNSON.
THE ENTRIES TO THE UTICA PARK ASSOCIATION
Running Race Meeting, June IS, 26 and 27,are hereby
extended from June 2 until June 16, at 9 P. M., at Bagg's
Hotel, Utica. Declarations until June 20 at same place.
C1IARLKS W. HUTCHINSON, President.
^OME?, CAHLRIAGE8,
138 BAST THIRTY-SIXTli STREET, BETWEEN THIRD
...AND LEXINGTON AVENUES.
???OF THE ENTIRE PRIVATE TURNOUT OF
HBNRY P. DEGKAAF, ES(J., BY JENKINS A DUFF
AUCTIONEERS OOIJsIBtiS'O OF THRRE FINE
? ...BORllM, ELEGANT CAERTAGER.
HARNESS, BLANKETR^ROBES. WHIPS, REMOVED
COUNTRY RESIDENCE TO ABOVE STABLE FOR
I CONVENIENCE OF SALE,
including a wiry flue and stylish team of gray Geldings,
pearly 16 bauds high, 7 and 8 years old; have fnil. ttow
ing manes and tales; fine disposition, sensible and well
benaved; were raised in Western New York and brought
to this city about one year ago for Mr. Dc<Jranff; they
are very mu?ctriar, with great powers of endurance;
can trot in four minutes to park phaeton or landaulet or
travel 14 mile' inside of the hour with ease, and do it all
day; are atrald of nothing, and are considered as fine a
team as wore in Westchester county; thev are both war
ranted sound and kind and true In every particular.
Also a fas? and hiuidsome brown Mare, 19k hands and
7 years old; has been used by ladies to pony phaeton and
under saddle; Is safe for an v one to drive; is not afraid
of locomotive or anything else; can trot in 2 A) su re, and
for a gentleman's driving horse or a family or depot
horse Is very valuable; she Is warranted sound and kind.
Also a beautiful patent front Landaulet, with circular
glass front, which shifts and makes a beautiful open car
TUSM-T . persons; is elegantly mounted, and
DeOrslf IUO!lllw *??>? SL.B00; buUt to order for Mr.
Also one side barshifUng top Rood Wagon, nearly new.
One full spring top Wagon.
One Ponv Phaeton, single and double gold mounted
and covered Harness, ftaie kersey Blankets, Robea Ac.
? ' 2l?T above comprises as fine stock as were ever
hST,'SiWI0!."nct?.0.11 '1 clty- l?? sold to
the highest bidder without limit, restriction or rescrva
tion. Mr. DeGraaPs only reason for selling Is on account
of leasing Ills couutrv residence and having more horses
and carriages than he can use in the city. Can be seen
at stable as ubovo at all times prior to sole.
SALE POSITIVE, RAIN OR SHINE.
A GENERAL VARIETY OF SECOND HAND CAR
ria?es. suitable for city and oountrv, backing or pri
fr?4* bairalns, also an elegant stock of new,
fashionable, strictly first class Carriage.* and Light Wag
ons.at. reasonshle prloes. We beg to warn the publio
against the misrepresentations of certain New York deal
ers in Interior work, who, with intent to deceive pur
chasers, are using our name in the sale of their carriages.
We have no dlroct or Indirect agency In New Yo'k. Car
riages of our make can be bought only at our'manufac
tory^ RahwayJiTJ^ WoODRUTF & DUNHAM
A SULKY, $18; OPEN WAGON, $20; PONY
. ?? "ewtep Wagon. lllfiO; do.,
?1?5; do., $25j; Rock away, $1!W; Harness at all prices, at
1,*SJ Broadway, near Forty-first street.
JAMRH JENKINS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SECOND
han<rCarrtagcs, Family Rockaways, top and open
Buggies, Pony Phaetons. Grocers' and Business Wagons,
i at greatly reduced prices. 141 West Broadway, near
i Canal street.
ARS^V/iD AGAIN-J. c. DEYO, OF JACKSON CITY,
Michigan, with 32 head of those fine Horses, single,
aouble and saddle, at A 8. Chamberlin's stable, between
Lexington and Third avenues. Twenty-filth street
AT AUCTION-ABOUT TWENTY HORSES ANDHAR
ness, Coaches, Wagons. Whipi, Robes and aU the re
quirements of a first class livery stable, with lease of
premises for 16 months. JAMES M. MILLER, Auctioneer
will sell the above, Thursday, June 6,1X73, at 10 o'clbck
A. M., on the premises. 111 West Fourteenth street, by or
der of mortgagee. *
A lot of horses pbom the country, ftt
for all kinds of business; one splendid team ol stfrrel
Horses, young and sound. Inquire at Ml Canal street.
A LOT OF TOP BUGGIES, ROAD WAGON8, P.X
preis. Grocery and light Business Wagons tor sale
cheap. 34H Wust Twenty-seventh street, between Eighth
and Ninth avenues.
A FIVE YKAR-OLD" HORSE FOR RAXtB?GENTLE
for a lady to drive. Can be seen at 2(U William
street, Frankfort House; would exchange for merchan
dise.
A PRETTY PAIR OF 13-HAND POMES?BAY,
sound and kind; nerfcct pets, afraid of nothing;
resolute little trotters: driven and ridden by ladles and
children; price $*10. At private stable 196 East Fiftieth sL
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE OF
fered, our immense stock of Carriage^, comprising
every seasonable style of family Carriages and light Wag
ons, new and second hand.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway.
ALDERNEY OOW IN CALF AND IIKIFKR. VKRY
handsome, full blooded; a bargain, on account of
being overstocked ; cow, $200; heifer, $100, lowest 29UW
Broadway, up stairs.
A -ENGLISH CAMRLET DUST ROBES.-WE IN
? ,*1^ attention to a large assortment of the above, In
a variety ol shades and hanasomely bound.
BRBWftTBR A CO., 84 5th av? corner 14th ?t
A SPLENDID, I.ARUF. ALDERSEY-DURHAM COW.
_8'yes 18 quarts superior milk per day.
W. tJ^Pl', 13 lloboaen avenue, Jersey Olty HeighSa,
A STIVERS WAGON. ONE OF HIS BEST, NKA-RLY
new, for sale, with a dark brown Mare, a good road
ster; kind and gentle; Gibson Harness; will be sold
cheap, as the owner has no use lor them.
'IndsoB street
J^ --THE CARRIAGE OF THE PERIOD.?
Pony Phaetons, 20 different styles;
very best make and finish; low prices.
No. 8 Cortlandt street, near Rroadway.
A -CARRIAGES AND UARNKSS.
? No. 8 Cortlandt street, near Broadway.
All the seasonable stvles to order and warranted.
Choice assortment now on hsnd,
?3 to 40 per cent below Hrosdway prices.
A GENTLEMAN WI1,I, HIRE FOR IfIS OWN USE,
for the Summer season, if on ress< nable terms, a
Horse or Team, with top Wagon aad Equipments. Ad
dress L. O. W . Herald office.
A(K)OD, STRONG HORSE FOR HALE-SUrrABLE
b varick'streVtd ?' WOrk; ^ ?old cheap. Apply at No.
AN ELEGANT LANDAULET, (LADE TO ORDER, FOB
AutiMW Wwtr?ru?Ujrtr**
HOKSKH, CAllEIAGKS. SC.
A-" T THE HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART
OF WILLIAM VAN TASSELL
(SUCCESSOR TO JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL),
at the old stand, 110, 112 and HI Kaat ThlrUeutli street,
near Fourth avenue, _
REGULAR SALES UK HORSES AND CARRIAGES
WILL BB HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
at 12 o'clock.
GENTLEMEN WISHING TO PURCHASE, OR THOSE
having Horse* or Carriage* to sell, will find this house
Berfeetly reliable, as thi? business will be conducted ou
ie same straightforward principles which have gov
eruod it In the past
We give the purchaser of every horse that Is warranted
?ootid from 24 to le hours for trial.
Horses and Carriage* always on hand at private sale.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
AUCTION HOUSR (IFyARt'H. JOHNSTON
(Late Johnstou A Van Ta-sell).
OFFICE AND SALKSROOM. OLD STAND,
ST Naaaau street, opposite tne Post office.
THE HORSE AUCTION ^BRANCH OF THE HOUSE 18
REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES.
19. 21, 2:1 AND 26 BAST THIRTEENTH STREET,
between Fifth avenue and University place.
The- business will be conducted on precisely the same
strict and honorable principles which have always char
acterized the deallntss of our house and won the respect
and confidence oi the business community, aa well aa tlio
public at large.
REGULAR SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
AT 10H O'CLOCK
Entries for sale ma v be made, as usual, either at oar
downtown house. 37 Nassau street, or at the mart, 10, 21,
2!l and 26 Eaat Thirteenth stre et
LIBERAL ADVANCES, AS USUAL, MADE ON CON
SIGNMENTS.
REMBMBRR THE SALE COMMENCES AT 10*
O'CLOCK.
Ar
CARRIAGES,
CABRIOLETS, CABRIOLETS,
In great variety of styles and finish.
EXTENSION TuP PHAETONS AND CABRIOLETS,
very choice In trimming and finish.
PONY PHAETONS
with and without tops, in willow and panel, on 2, 3 and
"C" springs.
THE ENGLISH "DENMARK PHAETON,"
an imported carriage., moat exquisitely finished 111 cloth
and morocco.
THE "IMPERIAL" OR~SHELL PHAETON,"
one ol the moat recherche carriages for the park or sea
aide.
THE GENTLEMAN'S DEPOT WACiON.
In various styles and finish, an Indispensable carriage for
the country.
The above, together with a great variety of other sea
sonable Carriage*, are ottered at
REDUCED PRICES.
Also a choice stock and variety of Brewster (of Broome
street) second hand Wagons.
For sale by
A. B. KLANDRAlf,
Son 7 and 18 Eaat Eighteenth street, near Fifth avenue.
A
SPECIAL. IMPORTANT AND PEREMPTORY
? KALE, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, OF ELEGANT
HORSES, WAGONS, 1IARNK8S, AC., ON FRIDAY.
MAY G, AT PRIVATE STABLE NO. 1 WEST TWELFTH
STREET, BEAR OF 60 FIFTH AVENUE,
AT 10k O'CLOCK,
by JOHN D. HAMLIN, Auctioneer,
of all the elegant Stock of the Hon. James Waterburv,
formerly ol Waterbury, Conn., who goes abroad and sells
his entire fine stock.
Coupe nnd Dog Cart, Horse Mnlor. blood bay, IK hands
8 Inches high; the most elegant styled horse In the city;
flue knee action and good traveller; believed to be the
finest large horse ui the city; warranted sound and kind.
Together with imported English two-wheeled Dog Cart
and Harness, all extra tine and flra* claas.
Tean. of extra fine stylish and rich Horses, fine chestnut
and durplegray, 16 hands high and 7 years old; have
no superiors tor style and action; are sharp, game and
prompt, although perfectly gentle and safe: can trot in
3 minutes, together or to phaeton; were driven bv Mr.
Waterbury to dog cart, carrying three person* in 2 AH1,;
they are elegant drivers, either on curbs or plain bit*;
have no mean tricks or vicei, either single or double or
111 the stable; were the noted team at Newport last
season for styie and speed; in fact, are extra tine and
desirable; are warranted sound and kind'; this is the
finest'team, taking into consideration their speed, xvru
metryx bone and muacle, ever offered In this city;
have size enough for a coach, speed enough for the road
and safe for a tamlly learn; will be told separate, with
privilege.
Brown trotting Mare, 16k hands high, 7 years old;
fired by Eureka, dam by Hoagland's Messenger; a per
fect gv.tfleman's roadster; splendid driver; snows nigh
breeding; a fine galled, prompt and reliable trotter; can
tr?l in 2:40, and do it every day; sale lor any 1
lady to drive, and warranted soqod and kind.
Also blood bay trottiug and family Horse, known as
the Bonner horse; 16)4 hands high; 6 years old this
Spring - aired by Edward Everett, darn by Seely's Star;
showed iii presence ot Shcpard Knapp and David Bonner,
In Orai'ge county, 238 when 6 years old; fine, superior
road horse; elegant driver, and can pull a mad wagon,
carrying two men. in 2:16; can speed ? 2 JO gait, ana
warranted sound and kind.
Also elegant Phaeton, two Brewster Wagons, Dog Cart,
two seto ot double Harness by Duuscornb, two seta of
?Ingle, Blankets, Ac.
AT THE HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART
OF WILLIAM VANTASSELL,
11U, 113 AND ill EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR
Fourth avenue.
ELEGANT FOUR-IN-HAND DRAG, NEARLY NEW,
built by Brewster A Co., ol hrooce street.
VICTORIA BUT LITTLE UbED, BUILT BY BREW8
tcr A Co., ol Broome, street.
SIX-SEAT DEPOT, WAGON, BUILT BY WOOD
Brothers.
CURTAIN COACH, VERY LIGHT, IN PERFECT
order.
COUPE. IN GOOD ORDER.
Top and no tot) Pony Phaetons.
Basket and panel Pony Phaetons.
Top and no to Wagons.
Road. Depot and Express Wagons.
PONY TURNOUT?BAY PONY, 12W HANDS HIGH,
9 years old; perfectly kind ami gentle, and warranted
sound; aim Harness and Phaeton.
Jump seat Wagons and Rockawnys, Harness, Robes,
Ac., at private sale, at greatly reduced price*.
A.
-IN VIEW OF THE
coming Races,
we wonld call the attention ol the public to our
Derhv T Carta,
new and original in design, patented and sold only by
tills bouse.
Vuality being the true measure of value, we are satisfied
that when our Carriages ure lalrlv judged bv this stand
ing, price will be esteemed a secondary consideration.
Warerooms?Fifth avenue, corner Twenty-seventh at
Factory?116 East Twenty-litth struct.
J. B. BREWSTER A CO.
Established 1838.
AT AUCTION.?POSITIVE BALK THIS MORNING,
June 6. at 10 A. M., on the premises. 111 West Four
teenth street, all the contents ot the Livery Stable, 16
Hordes, t> Clarences, 2 open Coaches, 2 Barouches, 1
double Sleigh, 1 Baggage Wfagon, :'<i Sets Harness (oouble
and single), and all other articles necessary to a complete
livery and boarding stable: also Lease of the stable for 16
mouths. JAMES M. MILLER, Auctioneer.
A N EXCELLENT FURNITURE AND GENERAL
.fv Truck. In splendid running order, almost ne w, with
fine young large ilorae and Harness, for sale at saoriflce;
also single downtown Truck, two top Buggies and Har
ness; must be sold. Apply to CAMPBELL A CO., Auc
tioneers, 318 Hudson street,
A BEAUTIFUL PONY PHAETON AND HANDSOME
Pony, with fine Harnom, a complete and handsome
turnout, lor sale at a bargain ; suitable for a lady or child
to drive or ride; warranted sound and kind. Apply to
HAY BRO., 332 Hudson street
A -FOB BALE. THE PROPEETY OF A GENTLE
. man, from the country; sold on account of sick
nc<a . a span of bay Horses, brother and sister; 9 and 6
years old; 16 hands; very s'vllsh and fast; th?y are kind
either In single or donble bamnss: warranted sound and
fearle*. of looomotives. To be >old together or separately.
Apply at 111 South Filth avenue.
A NICE TURNOUT FOR $400-UANDSOME MARE,
suitable for ladies' driving: city built top Buggy,
Harness, Ac. Apply at 271 West Twenty-sixth street.
A?FOR SALE, DAPPLE GRAY HORSE, 1M*
. hands, 7 years old; a free, stylish driver; fears
nothing; perfect for ladies'use; very handsome; also
Pony Phaeton and set ot Harness; also throe heavy work
Horses; sold tor want of use. Apply at 288 West Twentv
second street, near Eighth avenue.
A -ONE BREWSTER SECOND HAND ROAD WAGON;
. 1 top do., very light; 1 Landaulet, good order;
several side bar secondhand top and open wagons, by
beat city makers; Rockaways, Depot Wagons, Ponv
Phaetons, all stylea, from $126 up; Harness, Sheet*,
wiiips, Ac. WILLIAM H. GRAY, 2d and 22 Wooster Street
A FINE FAMILY HORSE?ALACK, 16 HANDS HIGH;
sound and kind; 8 years old; will bo sold low.
20 Woostcr street
A DOG CART HORSE.?YES, THAT IS EXACTLY
what I mean?An elegant bay Horse, that kas been
used to a dog-cart, 16 hands high, S yeara old ; sound, kind
and true, and without bierulsh; one of the most stylish
horses to be found anywhere. Also a two-wlieel Dog
Cart, bnllt to order by Wood Bros., and sot of Harness,
made to order by Campbell. I will sell the establish
ment at a sacrifice, as I have no present use for them.
To he seen at ARCH. JOHNSTON'S Iforse and Carriage
Mart 19 U) 25 Thirteenth street near University place.
AT THE WEST SIDE CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 1,49!
and 1,496 Broadway, will be found a large assort
ment of Rockaways, Depot Wagons, Park Phaetons, top
and 110 top Buggies, Ac.; and, to make room, will oiler a
line of leather top Pony Phaetons, al $200 each.
A HANDSOME BAY HORSE, TUB BEST IN THIS
cltv and State, 16 hands, stylish In harness, sound
and kind ; price $0)0. Apply at llfl Bast Thirty-second st.
A WHITE CALCUTTA PONY FOR SALE-IS THE
smallest notiy in the country; Is a perfect child's
pet; la warranted sound and kind In all harness: free
from all vice; can be used by a child five years or age.
A^ply i?t private stable 161 Eaat Twentv eighth street
A BEAUTIFUL BAY MARE FOR LADIES' USE, 16,
hands and 7 years old ; boen used by a lady to pony
phaeton; warranted sound, kind and perfect Ixiwest
cash price $*W. Apply at the New York stables, 16 and
17 East Twenty eighth striset
An ASSORTMENT OF SECOND HAND TOP AND
light Wagons, side bar and elliptic springs; four'and
six seat Phaetons, Rockaways, Doctors' Wagons, turn
out seat Buggies, Dog Cart, Ac., Ac.; a very one stock of
new work, unsurpaascd In any particular.
H. M. stivers; 144 to 162 East Thirty-first street
A-FOB SALE, TWO LUNI ISLAND SADDLE OR
. harness Ponies, for children's u?e ; also three good
Soang Horses, 16JU to 16 bunds high, cheap. Apply at
oarding stables, ICS West Fiiteenth street near Seventh
A -ELEGANT C SPRING BABOUCHB FOR $300;
? coat $2,000. Depot W agons, Phaeton, with servant
?eat; Coupe Bockaways, second hand seasonable Car
riages ?old low. HAM, 10 East Fourth street.
A FINE TOP SIDE-BAR BUGGY, POLE AND
shafts, made to order by Ham; cost $600; boot on
back yoke straps all complete. 20 East Fourth street
AVERT HANDSOME TUBN OUT SRAT PHAETON,
lined wltL green oloth; used only a few times and
built to order fy Corbett A Co.; also a Depot Wagon, open
Buggv and curtain Coach bv the same tnaisrs, all a*
|wom PtWi &7 We#t rortf-fowu* iktvh
HOKMUK, CARBIA6BI, AC. ,
Black make for sale-at sacrifice, for
want of cs?h; 15? hands, 9 year*; ?ounrt, Klnrt;
ti (it* in 2 Hi, Mte lor any ladv to drive. 26 hast Thir
teenth street * _
BEAUTIFUL Bl'GGY. SHIFTING TC)I?, SQUARE
box, made to order bv Brower;ouly used a lew
times; iiricc, $2!HI; mmit be sold. Can bo teen Pit Hovey a
stable, MX Kant Sixteenth street. ______
1 U. RAYNOR A CO., 3B GREENE STREET.?NEW
and second baud Walton*. Coach and tlaruuaa,
ltockuway, Doctor'* 1'baetoii, Sulkies, at low figures.
C1ARKI AGES SLIGHTLY DAM AGED-GREAT BAR
J gains ? New and srcoud hand Carriages of everv
description, elegant T Cart; Rumble Phaeton, little
?oiled; will be sold low
BANC I ACTURERS' UNION, 838 Broadway.
CI ALLOWS LONDON W HIPS -WE INVITE TUP.
) attention of the riding and driving public to a large
assortment just received ol' these celebrated Whips, lor
wblch we arc sole agents in the United States.
HKI.WSTtrt 4 CO . 84 f.tli av., corner Uth St
DEPOT WAlHINS, PONY PHAETON*, ROCKAWATS,
open and clow Buggies and Carriages and Harness
of everv description, at popular prices. staaT.s BELL,
No. 7 Washington olaco, rear New Yora Hotel.
TrtXPRESS WAGON AND ROUTE FOR BALK.? 208
JZJ East Fortieth street
IrtlNE PAIR OF U HANDS BAY CARRIAGE HOUSES
1 for sale at n very moderate figure; have been regu
larly driven up to date ; owner gone to Europe. Apply
at private stable 133 East Nineteenth street
IirtOR SALE?A VERY DESIRABLE FAMILY HORSE.
C M. Clay stock, especially valuable tor gentleness
and soundness. Can be seen lor a few days at 930 West
Thirty-eighth street, betwecu Tenth and Eleventh ave
nnes; hair yard.
FOR SALE-A HANDSOME BAY MARK. 13 HANDS,
8 years old : an all day traveller und warranted per
fectly sound uu<! kind ; also a no top Wagon anil Set of
single Harness sold separately or together. Apply at
MURPHY'S stable, No. \ estry street, near Canal si.
For sale?the most perfect lady's driving
Pony in the city, coal black., fuli muiie and tall, ti
years old lit, hands high : ran trot clo^e to :i minutes;
sold lor want ol use ; under lull warrantee Apply at
American Club Stables, I '(4 Wost Thirty ninth street.
IrtOR HALE?Til REE OF THE FINEST TROTTERS IN
the city, lfi^to Iti hinds bigli; also a brown Poay;
can trot iu . :A0, also two Ponies, all warranted sound
and kind. Nos. A and 5 West Thirteenth street
T. E. GORDON.
ErtOR HALE?TWO CANADIAN PONIES; YOUNG,
sound and kina; to 1ft bands; one a perfect
beauty; genteel every way ; aold cheap. *04 West Six
teenth street, near Seven'.* avenue.
IrtOR SALE?A BAY MARE, 7 YEARS, IS HANDS,
lull mane and tail, black points, warrauted sound
and kind; a line driver, single or double; also, a line set
of single and double Harness', all for sale cheap. Ajplv
to GEORGE, at stables 140 aud 148 West Thirty ninth
street, near Broadway.
IrtOR HALE OHEAP-A THOROUGH BRED KENTUCKY
trotting Horse, 8 years old. 1 .'?}? hands high , has a
record of 2:41; owner leaving the city. Call on Mr. MUL
LANY, 2fl6 West Thirty-ninth street
For sale?dusenbuby a van-dusen side bvr
one man Road Wagon; leaving for couutry; price
$2iX). Call before 10 o'clock at private stable No. 3 East
Fiity-second street
For sale-bay mare, black points, by
Edward Everett out of the well known trotting
mare Mavtlower, 3 years old, IS hands hiuh and very lout.
For particulars imply to JOHN C. LLoYI), 121 Front st.
For sale?a valuable port built mare. 7
years old: warranted except little sore forward;
$75, worth $200 to a farmer. 77 New Chambers street
FOR SALE?SEVEN PINE HOBSBS; home can
trot inside 3 minutes; one ii a very last quarter
mile niaru; sold cheap. Call at 111 Third avenue.
?poR SALB-A BROOKLYN AND NEW YORK EX
r press, two good Horses, Wsgons, Route, Ac. For all
particulars address EXPRESS, box 206 Herald office.
FOR SALE?LANDAU LET, GOOD AS NEW: COST
$1,5'H); cheap; aim Harness and Livery. Addresa
II., box 3,164 Post qftlce.
FOR SALE?BAY MARE, 7 TEARS OLD, 16 HANDS;
a well brod mare, sound and kind in all liarnoss;
very nicc driver. Can be seen tor three days at 43 East
Thirteenth street, from 10 to 1 o'clock.
FOR SALB-A CHESTNUT PONY, 15 HANDS. AND
Harness. Inquire at office of E. N. CROW, 146Sul
llvan or at 70 Wooster street
OR SALE-AT FAIlNSWcIKTH'H STABLES. Ml
_ West Fifty-fourth street, one pair of close matched
bay Horses. 15>J bunds, 0 years old ; half brothers'-and
fine drivers; one pair cross matched black and dapple
gray, 14k hands, a very One pair, and a lew fine single
horses from Chautauqua county, N. Y.
JrtOB SALE?A FOl'R WHEEL SWING TRUCK; IN
perfect order; complete with chains, rollers and
levers; distance between wheels 14 feet; height of skids
from ground 8 feet; has been used with 6 tons In perfect
safety. Apply to PAULDING, KEMiSLE A Co., 30 Broad
way.
1iH)R SALE?ONE PAIR OF SORREL COACH
F nones, l? hands high. 6 years old; sound and kind
In harness: will he sold cheap; owner going to Europe
14th Instant Can 1?- seen at MACNAMAftA'S stable, cor
ner ol Fourth a.fMje and Seventy third street; also a
Prench Landau. At.plyatB hast Seventy-third street,
or at 82 I'ina street
PWIAIP A? EXTRA SfVLIflll COUPE OB CAB
F riage Horse, bay, HI bauds. 8 yesrs old. Call ut
DltKNNteN'S Stable, corner Thirty-seventh streot und
Seventh avenue
IrtOR SALE?A FAMILY TURNOUT. CONSISTING OK
1 a lino sonnd Mare, 10 hands high, H years old, hund
sonie, round mid kind ; one ol the finest coupc horses in
New York; a De.m.irest Landau, ased but a few tiules,
almost new, and a fine set of gold-mounted Harness;
sold only for want of use; price $1,800. Apply at the box
office of Booth'* Theatre.
I toil HALE-A HAY HORSE, If. HANDS HIGH, 0
years old; sonnd and kind; single or double; aold for
want oi use. 120 Attorney struct.
F
IrtOR SALE-A LADY'H PHAETON, IN PERFECT
J1 order; been In use only a short time. Can be seen
st private stable 127 West Seventeenth street.
"LrtOR SALE?UPTOWN EXPRESS ROUTB; COM
F plete; two Horses, two Wagons, Harness and good
Stable, with plenty of good work. Apply at 02 bust
Houston street In blacksmith's shop.
II10B SALB-A BRIGHT BAY HORSE, 16* HANDS
1 high, suitable for landaulet or dog cart; warrunud
sound and kind. Apply at Cunningham's sUblo, 121 Wust
Forty-fifth street. Ask for JOIIN QL1BK.
IrtOR SALE?AT HW EAST THIRTY-SECOND STREET.
' three fine road Horses, one pair elegant carriage
Horses; the A nest large road team iu New York; can
bent 2:50 together and don't pull; one very last green
Mure, 1.V3; all young, sound and kind.
1/tOR SALB-A FINE BAY HORSE, 16. Hf perfectly
X1 sound and strong, 7 years old, or would like to And a
mat* for him; price $flU0. Can be seen ai any tluie at 18
West Thirteenth street.
FOR SALE-TROTTER JET BI.ACK; nAS BEAT2:35;
V years old; splendid action; is out of the best trot
ting stock; warranted in every wuy; can pail a road
wagon any day at 2:40 gait 26 University place, in store.
IrtOR 8ALE?A POUB-SEATED PHABTON, WITH TOP
1 on hack seat, pole und shafts ; also a Pony Phaeton,
nearly new, and set single Harness Apply at THOMP
SON'S stable, 138 East Thirteenth street.
FOB BALE-A SECOND HAND COACH; ALSO set
Coach llamesa, made by Graham, and a Top Buggy
by Miner A Stevens. Apply at 136 East Thirteenth st
LrtOB SALE?CHESTNUT GttLDING, 15.1 HIGH. 6
r years old ; an elegant aud extra stylish driver; has
been used by a lady for 15 months; can trot in 3:10 sure;
warranted soand and kind; also to.i I'haeton. Harness,
Ac. dunklry, 134 West Thirty-ninth Krcet.
For sale?a four-wheel dog cabt, stylish
und good as new; also a fine bay liorae. lftV hands
high. Apply to 121 West Eighteenth street
FIOR SALE-A NICE BBOWN HORSE. HOUND AND
kind, 18 bunds high, 7 years old : will suit either
coupe or carriage ; also one sorrel Horse, la\ high, per
fertly sound, well broken. 6 years: works single or
double; very excellent driver; will trot up three min
ute Ki t Can be seen st 215 avenue C.
For sai.e-tiiree pony built horses, h and ?>
years, from 14 to 16 hands: At for any busincw, und
sold for waut o; use, prices $120, $136, $140. 128 Charles
street
IOR HALB-A FOUR-WHEEL DOG CART PHAETON,
. In ifooil order: cost $860; to be seen at 127 East Broad
way ? win be sold cheap; owner going to Europe.
F
BRAT BABGAINH.?IN consequence OF RE.
building part of our premises,' wc offer our entire
stock seasonable sy'es new and second hand Carriage*
at greatly raduced prices.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, Broadway.
Harness.-thb cheapest harness store in
New York. A good Double Truck Harness, $.'?; a
good grocer's Harness, $N0; a good milkman's Harness,
KJ0; a good buggy Harness, hand made, $17; a good stable
Blanket $2; will sell cheaper than ever on account of
moving on or before June 10. Please call and examine for
yourselves. FISHER A OSBORNB, 43 Murray street.
Harness, haddlrs. noRSE clothing, car.
riage Robes, Lap Duaters, Fly Nets and a large
variety of Saddlery Good* always on hand.
C B. SMITH A CO.,
41) Warren street, New Yerk.
Harness ?het of hbcond hand light dol blr
Harness, made by Campbell, in first claas order;
also a gentleman's Billing SaAd>: will seH cheap for
cash. BANKS, t&i r.a*i Thirty third * re*t
HAKNKSS.-NO. 8 CORTLANDT HTRERT, NBAB
Broadwav liOsets, all hand s?-wed, offeruuLat very
low prices. No. 8 Cortlandt street loiinesly & Ln>erty.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION REPOSITORY, 6W
Broad way.-Carriages Harness, largest assortment
ever offered, at most reasonable prices; all Kyles of
Family Carriage* and light new and s?-(?d
haud. MaNUFACTUKBRS' iNloN. <M8 Broadway
NPWFORT AND BRANCH RA('K8. '
An elegant imported four In hand Carriage and
Sw'.su;sa.vw ?
w??rtTJS?n iVtffe wareroom. of ?
BRADLEY, PRAY A CO., IM^BroMjway.
r\NK~OP THE FINEST TEAMS OF CARRIAGE
U' Horses in the country (dapple brown), 16 hands, 8
and 0 year* old. kind and true In all harness, free Oora
vie* verv stylish and unsurpassed aa a first olaas team;
I ^ mart of ARCH. JOHNSTON, 19 to 26 Bast Thir
teenth street, near University place. II not sold Mora
Friday, at ioi< o'clock, wUl than be aold at aocOoa at the
, MTtAttfVTft.
HORHEh, CAHHIAC?, *< .
PUNY FHAETONK-KVKKY DESCB1PTION, pT)t'Ti*.
lar prices; depot Wagon* in jrroat variety, two el?
pant stx-mi extoMfoirtop Phaeton*, Park Wagons,
light Rockawavs, low price*. ^
MANl-FACTl'KEItH' UNION, 638 Broadway.
PONY.?FOR SALE, A BOY'S OR GIRL'S PONY;
perfectly sound, gentle and kind. Aoib ?t private
?table 140 West Fiftieth street, between Sixth id Seventh
avenue*. from 9 to 11 A. M.
Red iiorse.-red horse powukk pob hobsm,
Stock aud Poultry.?Read me Fifty i6u> uross Red
Horse Powder. John F. llcnry, S College tilaoe, New
Yerk. May 27. 1#7\ This is-U? certify that I have gold
hundreds ol woo* of Red Horse Powder to my trude, and
in every respect it gHjre entire satisfaction. John C.
Hurst, wholesale Druggist. h26 Market street, Philadel
phia. This Is to certify that 1 have sola to more than lu)
ot my customer* wholesale, the Red Horse l'owiier, and
they all speak of it in the mahout term*. For chicken*
they praise it particularly. Poultry seems to be very sus
ceptible to the Influence of proper medicine, and your
Powder cures them ot disease and make* the bens lay
better. Levi Oberholtxer, M. D., wholesale, Ift8 North
Third street, Philadelphia. This Powder Is prepared ky
CYRUS BROWN, DruKKist, CheinUtand horseman of 26
years'experience, at Ins wholesale and retail Drug and
Chemical Emporium, 3(5 Broadway, Milton. Pa. Remem
ber the Red Horse, mv trado mark, on each 20 and 40c.
package, and my signature. Take no other.
SJADDLE HOUSE FOR BALE? BBAUTIFl'L BAY,
5 1%* hands high, sound, stylish, kind, and flt for any
u.iq. Apply at private stable, 140 West Klttleth Street, la
court, reaf, from 9 to 1 o'clock. Ask for John.
Q PEED.?A GENTLEMAN WANTS A YOUNG HORSE
O that can trot a mile in 2:3ft. Tills horse most be
sound and guaranteed in every way; a gentle and pleas
ant driver; pole horse preferred: nothing looked at
unless tlrst elan*. Address E. II. O., box til Herald office.
OPKED.?ANY GENTLEMAN IN WANT OK A KIRBT
v7 class road turniMit is invited to call and see the last
trotting bey horse John, lfttj bands, 8 yoars old ; war
ranted sound and kind; I'curs nothing; stands without
tying ucan trot share in 2:40, single or double ; also line
lop Stivers Wagon, fine Harness, Sheet, Blanket, Whip,
Ac. At private stuble, 216 West Thirty-tilth street.
QOHRKL CANADIAN PONY, !<?,' HANDS
O harness; 10good Work Horses, from 15J? t
from A to V years old. 413 West Thirteentht
SHKB
?y
SECOND HAND AND 8LIOHTI.Y SOILED CAR
rlagea, bargains: T Cart, English rJBft Cart, Depot
Wagon, several Roc.kaways, top ana open Buggies, Jump
seat Wagon, Ponv Phaeton.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, (08 Broadway.
SJPLBNDID COUPE OK FAMILY HOR.SE rOR SALE?
7 10^ hands high; color, dapple brown; sound and
kind in every way ; 6 years old. Apply at private stable
16ft Kant Thirty-fifth street.
SORREL HARE FOR BALE CHRAP-4 YEARS OLD;
sound, kind and gentle, suitable tor a lady to ride or
drive; a perfect beauty. Address box 4,8ftft I'ost office.
HANDS, KIND IN
di lftj? to 16 hands,
_ _ 413 West Thirteenth street, near
Ninth avenue.
ETB, LAP ROBEri, IH78TBR8, HALTERS, WHITS;
everything in the burse and carriage line fur sale
cheap, Kir cash, at No. $ OwflMat st., near Broadway.
TO LET?STABLE ROOM FOR TWELVE HORSES.
Apply at O. L. BEDELL'S stuble, 792 Greenwich
street. Horses taken to board aud to hire for all pur
poses.
Waverley Stablest H7 w6 and" im west
Tlilrty-flfth street,?To the public. Attention! To
let, the finest Teams, single and double; Park and Pony
Phaetons, top and open Wagous. Ac.
__ JENKINS A RYAN.
WANTED-A FIRST CLASS C SPRING GIG. PAR
tles having same will find cash customer by apply
ing Jo E. H. WKSTCOTT, No. 7 Park place.
WANTBD-TO BUY FOR CASH, A PONY PHAETON
with leather top: must be light and In good order;
none but private parties treated with. Address, stating
lowest pricc, CASH, box 190 Uerald Uptown Branch
office.
AGON'S FOR SALE CHEAP??ONE EXPRESS. ONE
Grocery, one Milk, and one light Butdtess Wagon;
one top Buggy, at 226 Spring street, corner of Clark.
?STYLISH BAY HORSK; GENTLE FOR LADY
to ride or drive; 7 years, 15X hands; fine styl
ish track or carriage Horse, $175; gray, $160. 216 West
Thirty-first street.
$150
DRY POOPS.
I SHAW.
J. Hair! Hair I- Halrt
The largest stock of Human Hair Goods in the city at
SHAW'S
384 Bowery, corner Fourth street, and 863 Sixth avenue,
between Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets, op
stair*.
SIIAW'S Patent Hair Switches,
can be combed and brushed, $1 each.
noman Hair, cheapest and best lu the market
Short Hair Switches, $2 each and upward.
French Switches, $ft.
Curls, $i and upwards.
Latest Styles always on hand.
M
ORITZ D1NKF.LSPIBL
757" BROADWAY (OPPOSITE ASTOR PLACE).
We are pleased to announce to our friends, customers
aad the public generally that we made arrangement* to
continue our
OliEABING OUT BALE
for another month, during which time we spare no effort
to show that
WE REALLT MEAN TO SELL OUT,
regardless of cost
We invite the particular attention of the ladles to our
stock of
FINE'LACKS,
LACE GOODS,
RIBBONS IN THE NEWEST SHADES.
LISLE AND SILK GLOVES.
LINEN FRINGES AND
COTTON TRIMMINGS,
which we are offering at
STILL LOWER PRICES THAN BEFORE.
Our salesladies will be pleaoed to show all goods and to
give any information desired.
MuRITZ DlNKRLSPlEL,
737 Broadway,
opposite Astor place.
NOTICE.?Ten per cent refanded on all purchases
above $\.
MILUiVKRY AND I? UK SSJI AKI\G.
A-MAIh'ON WALTON, 862 BROADWAY, ABOVE
? Union square, has Just received a esse ot elegant
Round Huts for the races.
THE REGATTA,
Annual regatta,
Thursday. June 5,
New York Yacht Club.
The steamboat MAGENTA will accompanv the yachts
on the above race, leaving Thirty-fourth street, North
River, at 9 o'clock A. M. ; pier 2?>, foot Barclsv street,
9 .1ft; pier 4 North River, 9 30; Wall street ferry, Brook
lyn, 9:46: Quarantine, tttuten Island, 10 16
Refreshments will be lurolshed on board.
Tickets, $1.
/I RAND YACHT RACE OF THE NEW YORK YACHT
IT Club?Thursday, June A?The elegant saloon steam
boat NKVKRSINK, Captain Robert Fuller, will leave the
following landings to accompany the yacbU through :he
entire race :?Thirty-second street, Kast River, at 8:30;
Peck slip at 9; Fulton lerry, Brooklyn, at 9:1ft; Christo
pher street at 9:40; pier 4, North River, at 10 A. M.
Dinner snd refreshments on board. Tickets $1. A good
baml of music on this Imat
(1BAVD YACHT RACE?BTA~R BOAT; THE NEW
I and fast steamboat AXERICUS will leave the follow
ln< landing* Thursday, June ft. with a select and limited
number ol pamengers, aocoinpanying the yachts around
the entire course, giving those on board a better view of
the grand race than can be bad on the more crowded boats,
leaving toot 33d street, E. R., 8 JO A. M.; pier '17, E. R., 9;
Wall street ferry, Brooklyn. 9:16: Chnstooher street, N.
R. 9 30; pier 6. N. R., to o'clock. Gentlemen's ticket, $2;
ladles' tickct, (I.
G1RAND REGATTA.?THE FISHING BANK BOAT
T MONITOR, Captain Chas. Foster, will meet the
yachts at the light snip and aocompanv them up the bay,
Thursday, .June &
iW YORK YACHT CLUB RACER.?THURSDAY.
June 6, inn, the steamboat GOLDEN GATE will leave
the barge office dock, pier No. 1 Kan River, at 10:30 A. M.,
affording parties desirous of witnessing the start a splen
did opportunity; after sailing In company with the yachts
down the bay she will return, resuming her regular trips
at I -40 P. M. from Fort Hamilton and Bay Ridge, giving
wi opportunity to land at these places and wait tor the
return of the yachts, or to go back to New York bv 2 :30;
fare for the start, flUc. The regular daily trips of the
Golden Gate, from pier No. 1 Kast River, are as follows,
stopping at Red Hook. Bay Ridge aad Fort Hamilton : ?
8.40 A.*.. 12:46, 2 46. 4 :ift and 6 30 P. M.; from Fort
Hamilton, stopping at Bay Ridge and Red Hook,7:<0 and
9:30 A. M.. 1:40, 3:10 aud 5:30 P. M. Fare 6c., 10c. and 12c
NKW YORK YACHT CLl'B REGATTA,
on Thursday, June ft.
Steamer PLYMOUTH K4M7B, CommAtuler L ?. Tilton,
will accompany the yachts noon the regatta, leaving
Thirty fourth street, N. R., at 9:16 A. M..and pier 28 N. R.
(toot of Murray streets, at 10 A. M. Keating'* celebrated
bras*, string and reed Hand will discourse choice music
during tho entire trip. Fare for the excursion $2.
N
JEW YORK YACHT CLUB REGATTA,
THURSDAY, June 6,1873.
R. MARTIN,
Captain JAY L. CLARK, will accompany the yacht* la
the above interesting race- leaving Thirty third street at
8:4ft A M.; pier 37. foot ot Market street. New York, 9:15;
Ford's wharf, Wall street ferry, Brooklvn, # JO; Quaran
tine dock, staten Island, 10 o'clock.
Tickets admitting two ladies and one gentlemen, $6;
single tickets. $2. Tickets limited.
DINNER AND REFRESHMENTS ON BOABD.
mf YORK YACHT CLUB ABQATfA, OS THUB8
day, June 5.?The fkst sea goltut yacht INTIMK will
secompsiiv the race all through; fine accommodations;
fare lor the rouna trip $2, leaves Eighth street, Kast
River, at f:30: Peek slip, 8:4ft, pier No 6, North River,
930. lockets can be had at S17 Lewis street, at OWKN
RRKNAN'M. Captain Jaok Simmer's dinners will be
served on beard.
PROPOSALS.
fi.WflW.llI bui{d'nrK,h*'ilT CI.AHBK.S OF WO Una
time ^^t, where tie ^nS^v b.V ?'^N
?"rectors of the t? ^s'urday, the istfi st say
irswa ',o nWnj
DK.>'T1.1TRY,
T\R WHITE. DENTIST, 239 SIXTH AVSNUB (Ft
if merly or 76). BeauUiul sets of Artificial Tee lb, (6,
$10 and $16. warranted to tit per foe Uy; teeth flUed $1.
Open su ud ays.
REHOVALS.
Wjl. TRAITEL BROS LEAIB TO INFORM HIS cus
tomers and friends that ne has removed his old s^
tabllshed Jewelry Business to IW Nassau str?4b
ISNUNSV

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