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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
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WHOLE NO. 13,441. NEW YORK, MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1873.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
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directory for advertisers.
AJIUSBMBNTS? Sboond Pack? Fourth, fifth and sixth
columns.
ASTRO LOU Y- Ninth Pack? Sixth column.
BILLIARDS? Twelfth Page? Four ill column.
BOARDERS WAN TBI) ? Second Page? second and third
column*.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Second Pack?
First column.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES? Ninth PAGH-Flfth col
?mn.
BUSINESS NOTICES? Seventh Pace ? Sixth column.
CIUAKS AND tobacco? Second Pace? Fourth column.
CITY REAL BsTATE FOR BALE? Second Paox? First
column.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Elbventu Pas*- Sixth col
umn.
CLOTHING ? Twelfth Page? First column.
COACHMEN AM) ttA RDENER ? Eleventh Page? Sixth
column, and Twelfth Paue? First column.
COAHTW18U STEAMSHIPS? Twelfth Page? Sixth col
umn.
COUNTRY BOARD ? Second Page? Third column.
DRV GOODS? First Page? Sixth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FU ICNlsnED AND UN
FURNISHED? First Page? Fifth column.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS ? Twelfth Page? Fourth and
fltth columns.
EYES AND EARS? Twelfth Pace? Fourth column.
EXCURSIONS? Twelfth Paoe? Sixth column.
FINANCIAL? Ninth Page? Kouith and fifth columns.
FINE ARTS? First Page? First column.
FOR SALE?1 Twelfth Page? Fourih column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Fihkt Page? Filth column.
FURNITURE? Ninth Page? Sixth column.
HELP WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Page? Fifth
column.
HELP WANTED? MALES? Twelfth PAGB-First col
?ma.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.? Fiasi PAca-Sccond. third
and tourtli columns.
HOTELS? second Page? Third column.
HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED? SECOND Page- Fourth
column.
INSTRUCTION? Ninth Paoe? Sixth column. ___
JE8EY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER
GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Second Page?
First column.
LOAN OFFICES? Second Page? Fourth column.
LOST AND FOUND? First Page? f irst column.
MACHINERY? Twelfth Page? Fourth column.
marble mantels-first page? Fttth column.
MEDIi Al? Twelfth PAGE-Flr?t column.
MILLl.NEKY AND DRESSMAKING? First PAOE?
Sixth column. _
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Tenth Page?
Sixth column. .
MISCELLANEOUS? First Paoe? Sixth column.
MUSICAL? Second PAoa-Fourth column.
NEW PUBLICATIONS? Ketentu I'age? Sixth column.
PERSONAL ? Pikst Page? First column. ,
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.-Second Face? fourth
FBOFsls'lONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES
Ki.evknth Page? Fifth column.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT? Second Page? First and second columns.
REAL ESTATE lO EXCHANGE? Second Page? Second
column.
REAL ESTATE WANTED? Second Page? Second col
umn. _
RBLIOlOUS NOTICES? First Page? First column.
REWARDS? Fihkt Page? First column.
SALES AT AUCTION? Twelfth Page? Second, third and
fourth columns. _
SITU A i IONS WANTED? FEMALES? Elbtenth Pace?
First, second, third, fourth and fifth columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Eleventh Page? Fifth
and sixth columns.
SPECIAL NOTICES? Nisrrn Pacb? Sixth column.
SPORTING? DOGS, BIRDS, AC.? First I'age? First col
umn.
SUMMhK RESORTS? Second Paoe? Third and fourth
columns,
THE TRAUES? Twelfth Page? First column.
THE TURF? First i'age? Second column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES ? First Page?
Fourth column.
TRAVELLERS' GLIDE?' Twelfth Page? Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
First Page? Fifth column.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOB SALE OR
TO LET ? Second Page? First coli.mn.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.? First Pack? Sixth col
umn.
HI BAI'D ( H t FFiCF-l'PTOWN.
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT TflE BRANCH OFFICE,
1.26S BROADWAY AND 530 SIXTH AVENUE,
BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY-SECOND
STREETS.
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL S P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL 9 P.
*.), AT OFFICE RATES.
NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITH nERALD AT S
O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. NO EXTRA CHARGES.
PARIS AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK
HERALD.
VffESSRS. KREMER A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER,
Have been appointed pabis agents for the
NEW YORK nFRALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL
ER8 WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO
f INGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER TO PARTIES
REQUIRING THEM.
PERSONAL.
BENNIE. NETTIE AND LOUISA HAVE PROM
ised not to miss the last Argyle Bal Masque to
nlKhl. LARKY K^
EDWAKD S. WINTER, LATELY AT GRAND CEN
tral Hotel? A friend wishei to see you and does not
know your present address. Call on F. 11. R., 10 Warren
street.
CI ENTLEMAN WHO PARTICULARLY NOTICED
T brunette on Green and Gates avenues car, from Pul
ton terry, about 6:*) 1'. M. on Thursday last both iettcar
corner (late* i?nd Bedford avenues, wishes to become sc.
?uain*ed it agreeable. Please address B. G. S, box 187
lerald ortlce.
INFORMATION WANTED ? CONCERNING TUB
whereabouts of the widow an 1 children of Henry
eemellmr, a Hollander, who died on the *0th of March.
1869, in (KJ Allen street. New York, by HUD. C. BURLAGE,
Consul General of the Netherlands, 45 Exchange place.
New York.
TF DANIEL HAVLIN, SOMETIME MECHANIC WITH
1 the Gowrock Ropcwork Company, Port Glasgow,
Scotland, will apply to Alexander Lade, Solicitor, Port
Glasgow. Scotland, he will hear of something to hi*
advantage.
IF MR8. K. OTTIWELL. RESIDENT OF RUE ST.
Ilonore during Paris Exposition, will send address,
through Personals, she will meet wlthaome friends, lately
arrived. R. 8. V. F.
IF" MR. KNUCK FORBERO WILL CALL AT 181 LEX
1 in u ton avenue he will receive information from Swe
den.
N
EL LIE B? FOR GOD'S 8AKE HAVB PITY. COMB
back to the hotel at once. PHELPS. _
P? WHERE WAS MY SUNSHINE TESTERDAYf?
. Please come Tuesday evening II possible. N. F. _
W? OF MIDDLKTOWN 0R ELMIRV.N. Y.? SEND
? your present address to your old Mend of I."?3 East
Twenty-ninth street, in care of station F. Important to
you.
UNION SQUARE THEATRE, SATURDAY EVENING ?
Lady who noticed gentleman please address, stating
some circumstances, and strictly confidential, L. M., box
16 2 Herald office.
U M AM- F<'tNP.
LOST? 8ATUBDAY NOON, IN TWENTY-THIRD
street car, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, a red
Russia leather Pockethook, containing money, samples
of silk, card with owner's name, Ac. A suitable reward
will be given upon its return to ottice of Hoffman II. .use.
L~' OfT-K BULL TERkI rTjuNB 7t YELLOW COL.
lar, white hrensi and no-e. four white unws, white
top en tail. Any one bringing him to Hi West Twenty
fifth itr. et will get S'U reward.
"OTBAVED OR STOLEN? FROli Tlffi LOT OP THE
O subscriber.at I leaxant Valley, on the nightof June 3,
18/3, a light iron rray Mare, nearly IS hands high and 7
yes r? ot a,:e. (in each hind toot she has a cork, and on
one of them Is a iirown spot, caused bv coloring. Her lace
I- about two shade* Huh er thun the rest of her body. A
sui atile reward is off. red tor her return or information
leading to her discovery.
WM. V. HOLMES, Pleasant Valley.
JlEWAitD*.
?1A REWARD-LOST, ON SATURDAY EVENING.
?P1U June 7, n ar the eorner ot Twenty-third street
?nil Third uveuue, a small white Spitz Dog, slightly
tinged with yellow; blue ribbon on his neck: answers to
the name ot "Hooppie." The above reward will be paid
for his return or Information leaning to his recovery at
224 Twenty th.rd street i
d?C)C REWARD. -INFORMATION WANTED OF W
940 H. Long worth, now 22 years of age. who arrived
In New York per sieamshlp Virginia in April, lflflH, and
stayed a tew days at the Cedar r- tree t House, 139 Cedar
street. Anyone giving a clew that will lead to his discovery,
dead or alive, will receive the atove reward : or should
the said W. 11. i.ong worth see this advertisement he will
hear oi something to his advantage by addreaslug Mr. D.
WiLLIAMS, IS9 Cedar street, New York.
d?CA REWARD -LOST, GOLD HUNTING ANCHOR
sptJU Watch. Besancore A Oolav makers. No. AMI;
gold chain and Masouic badge attached ; lie questions
asked. A. JONES, I'M West street
RBLIGIOVS IfOTICES.
H B CORN F.R STONE OF THE NEW FRESBYTE
rian church (Rev. Dr. Hall's), corner of Fifth avenue
and Flfty-tlfth street, will be laid this (Monday) after
noon, at 4 o'clock. Addresses by Rev. Drs. Paxton,
Tyng, Taylor, Gause and others.
KINK ARTS.
JF DAVIS, 438 SIXTH AVENUE. BETWEEN
? Twenty slsth and i wenty-soventh streets, Is still
continuing to sell, on the very convenient method of
weekly payments, all the lending Works ot Art, Oil
Paintings, Chromos and Engravings. All trained In
gilt walnut or ebony, according to the taste of the pur
chaser.
TO COLLECTORS AND DEALERS.
-5 Union square (up stairs).
For sale, for a tew days only, a large collection of An
tiquities, ivory Carvings Cameos, Hems, Watches, Enam
els, Arms, Ac. ; Shells, Minerals, Fossils, Stuffed Animals.
Preserved Reptiles and F lshes; South American Indian
>rnament?. Arms and Dresses; gold and silver Idols;
flue oi l oil Paintings, liy the best artists. To be sold with
out reserve.
sroil'l (KG? DOOI, BIRD*, AC.
? -FDR SALE, ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOGS.
J\. Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all diseases; Prepared
Food tor mocking birda. AV B, U. iAiVJU.X'at auceeue
?UWIOiMf.QWWf > ,
____ THE Tl'RP.
J^MEBICAN JOCKEY CLUB.
SPRINO MEKT1X0, 1973.
WEDNESDAY, June 1L '
SATURDAY. June 11
TUESDAY, Juue IT.
THURSDAY. June 19.
SATURDAY. June 2L
First race each Jay punctually at 3 P. M.
A. BELMONT, President
0. Wrbatlt. secretary.
Entries for horses to be sold at arch.
JOUNSTON'S marl (19 to 15 Thirtee uth street near
University placet, Tuesday. at lOJi o'clock, should be
made betore 6 o'c lock this evening.
PROSPECT PARR FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION?
Spring Meeting. 1K73.
TUESDAY-JUNE 10.
PURSE No. 1, $2, .UJ? For horses that have never beaten
2 M.
Peter Manee enters b. a W. H. Allen.
W. H. Crawford enter* b. |. J. W. Curley for Beppo,
Alden Uuldsiuitb enters b. m. Huntress.
SAME DAY.
PURSE No. 2, $300? Pree lor all running horses, belt
two In three.
Thos. Jones enter* B. Filly, dam Maiden, by lie neon.
E. V. Bork enters blk. g. JeveL by imp. Mutkey Free.
SECOND I> AY? THURSDAY, JUNE ll
purse No. 3, > 1,250? For horses that have never beaten
2.sa
Peter Manee enter* b. m. Mary A. Whitney.
M. Carroll enter* b. g. Ben Starr.
J. Donirrey, Jr., enter* br. g. Joker.
H. w. Howe enters b. m. Fanny Spragna.
J. C. Suydaro enter* br. m. Constance.
E. H. Heard enters br. g. Coroner K.
SAME DAY.
PURSE No. 4? Four-year-old Colt Stake.
A. Patterson enters b. c. Baron Luff, by Happy Me
dium. -
E. S. Sanford enters blk. e. Edwin, by Peacemaker.
THIRD DAY? MONDAY, JUNK 18.
PURSE No. 6, $300? Free lor all runulng horses, mile
heats, three In five.
Thos. Jones enters Bay Filly, dam Maiden, by Beaeoa.
E. V. Bork enters blk g. .level. t>y imp. Mickey Free.
SAME HAY
PURSE No. 8, $1,000? For horses that have never beaten
2:34.
Pierce Hayden enter* b. m. Lady Annie.
H. Harbeck enters hr. g. Windcmire.
W. Carroll enters eh. m. Highland Maid.
J. Dongrev, Jr., enters br. m. Lidia Picton.
J. Feck enters b. g. Clothespin.
J. H. Philips enter* g. g. Jack Draper,
?i. C. Su.vdam enters tir. in. Constance.
W. Rogers enter* hr. m. Belle of Vermont.
Alden Goldsmith enters b. a. Abdalluh.
Races comtnencc each day at 3 o'clock, prompt, good
day ami track.
Admission to field, grand stand and quarter-stretch, $2.
Admission to Club House, Introduced by a member, (1
Gko. W. Oaklkv, Sup't fc. O. BEAD, Pros't.
Trotting at deerfoot park.? Monday, June
9, at 3 P. M. Puree of $1(10? For horses that never beat
2 -4(1. Closed with the lollowing entries :?
John Splan'* br. m. Mollis Barker.
Win. Thorn's b. k- Lyman.
J. 11. Phillips' b. m. Fanny Osbora.
E. H. llcard's g. m. Butterfly.
Win. Welsh'* ch. m. Nelly.
J. leek'* cti. m. Lady Kiuma.
A. L. Rotters' blk. g. Eastern Star.
Trotting at Fleetwood park on Monday,
June 9, at 3 o'clock? Match. $200, mile heats, bests In
&. J. L. Doty's blk. g. Win field, to harness; D. 1'flter's br.
^Barny Kelly, to wagon; also match tor $200, hest 3 In 6,
harness; John Muijthy's s. g. Jake, W. E. Weeks' g. g.
Tom Wonder. W. H. TAN COTT, Superintendent.
NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD.
Jerome Park Races,
June 7, U, 14, 17, 19 and 21.
Extra train* will leave Grand Central depot on above
day* at 1 JO and 2:10 P. M., returning alter the races.
Special car* reserved for ladles. Excursion ticket* 40
cents. C. M. BISKKLL, Sup't
POOLS SOLD THIS EVENING AT JONNBON'S. 1,187
Broadway, corner of Twenty eighth street, on the
trots at 1'rosi.ect Park; also every evening during the
week. T. B. JOHNSON.
at tlic
HOUSES. C A KRIAOBS, dtC.
Auction house of arch. Johnston
(Late Johnston k Van Tassell).
OFFICE AM> SAL. BROOM. OLD KTAM*.
37 Nassau street, opposite tne Post office.
_m? tinnui- AUCTION BRANCH OF THE HOUSE 18
THE REMOVED TO' THE S PACIOUS PREMISES.
19 21 23 AND U THIRTEENTH STREKT,
between Fltth avenue end UniversUv place.
Thp bimfrnes? will be conducted uti preciicly tne win?
*trlct an.i honorable principles which have alwi^s chsr
acteri/.ed the dealing* ol our house and won the rwpa <ct
and confidence oi the buslnes* couiuiuiuty, as well as the
KSSaSHTu. f???0 '??>
??DE ?" ?"*?
UEMEMCC.lt TIIE BALK COMMENCES AT
O CLUvKi -
^^St^AM VAN'
no.
RFOI'I AS SAL E S?*0 F ? HO ft S Ks" " A N D CARRIAGES
WILL BE HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
GENTLE MEN WIShYnG TO PURCH ASE 0R TH08B
Berie'cKtly',^*sblVCasrthfs,husin?*s'^l'b^"nductod^
th?' Mme Htraitfhtlorward principle! which hava gov
"w? giVe* th?? purchager of every horse that U warranted
?ound from 24 to 43 hours for trial. Hale
A T AUCTION, ON TUESDAY, JUNE 10,
Wir.MAM YA ? ?nStP
HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART?
110, 112 and 114 Last Thirteenth street.
hewk^Sm^" tboronghbr^""mai*?,V* 15)? h?nds\t|?Mj
warranted sound.
mfnutes to^he pole an/in 2 M .ingle ; tbey are warranted
sound, kind and true.
At private sale; .
~TV~LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE OF
ons. new ^"^yitBRS' UNION. <38 Broadway.
gsroND HAND RUMBLE PHAETON, 1 ROAD
Wagon by Stiver*; I Victoria, a light ?i(le-bar top
rouche. $I2 >; one t-ulky, $50; I Westchester six seat
Rnekawav $^36; 1 top Express Wngon. $130. 50 top ana
open pony Phaetons, of all ***?'?. anA-JJ*'<2*' sheath
Watfons. $75 up; single and double Harne**. Sheets,
Whips, Neta, H QRAY, jo and a2Wooster street
_NO. 8CORTLANDT Sl'RKKT, NEAR BROADWAY
. (removed irom No. MS Liberty .. hi?
and now ottering one of the handsomest, moat reliable
and cheapest assortments ol
Light Carriages and Harne**
ever offered In this market. Be *ure to examln* on*
stock and prices betore purchasing.
Pony Phaetons a specialty.
Sheets Lap Dusters, Robes, Halters, Whips, e.*fy thing,
sheets. |p j 'u 1 1 N sl'o N . No. 8 CorUandt sUeeL
~T _ SECOND HAND CARRIAGES.
A . We offer the following ??
One light Bnronche.
One Omnibus Phaeton.
One Conpelette.
Two Cut tain Coaches.
One Cabriolet. French make.
One hall-top 4-seat Phaeton.
One hall-top ft-seat Phaeton.
One turn-out seat Phaeton.
One T Cart and
Two Two wheelers, cheap.
Many of the above are our own bul^andRln ????nt
condition, Flflh avenue, corner Fourteenth street
nivRRF FOR SALE? SUITABLE FOR TRUCK OR
t (i. 'r,. years old this Fall : perlectly sound;
nricetsl*. A. ROBINSON. iVoMereer street.
. AtturiRTMliNT OF NEW AND SECOND
canal street ? ? rr 1
A,SESSS SH 1
Twen ty-ninih street,.
Tt LAS AGAN'S ^Vn^fl^^olIusVald^^lIh,
A street a brown^ i'?'dln^ y?M om. ^ in ^
x"! sites "Sss el:.- ;
samsa [wbSS?' _
quire lor JOHN JOHNSTON. ?
TttHE WEST SIDE OARRLAOE REP08IT0UYl.4iH
A and 1,496 Broailway, 7|i,' P-,k Vhavtons. top
ment of Rockaways, will offer a line
and no top Buggies, and to make room, wtu oner ?
ol leather top Pony Phaetons at $200 eacn. ? __
A FIVE YEAR OLD HORSE FOR flALE^RNTLR
A and kind lor lady to drive : would eachan^f
Merchandise. Can be *een at 2U2 WiUiam rtreet, rran
tort House.
A FINE CAS9IUS M. CLAY BAY "ORSE, 1?^
A hands , long, ncavy tall: ?ound and kind . can Uoi
in 3:l?; sold lor want of use. Can be seen at isi
Fifty-eighth street, Irom 8 to 10 A. M.
A -FOR SALE, ONE FINE COCPB. FAMILY OR
. driving Horse. ? year* old, U hands 3 Inch** high ,
long mane and tail ; very atyltoh ; tearless
and in warranted to trot in lets than 5 minuu? . war
rsnted sound and kind either 1a sing e ,or d???'iLrna?ne!"[
the Dronerty of a gentleman; sold In consequence oi
death In the t ami ly. Apply to OSLIER, 182 Thompson
street between Houston and Bleecker. .
~T HANDSOME TEAM OF BAY HORSE8-U HANDS,
A. ? and / years, with or Without Landauiet, by ?re***
nf Broome s;reet and Harnese. by Dunscomb. lor
?ale at nnvate rtabl*. B9 West Thirty -efxth sueet This
teanrisPo" e of the most stylish coupe or f cart teams
in the city and are warranted In every particular. Ap
ply at ? table, or address S.. box 1W Post ofcee.
~l MNT RA1K BT PHAETON, $125; TWO SKAT
A Depot Wstron, $m. light Bustness W?gon, MUH
flu ???; Harness ot ail grades, at JENklNS, 1.4J0
Broadway, near Forty-hr*t tireet.
"T ?FOB~SALE, BEAUTY, ? AND -PEED. MAY
A. Mare, 7 years, IM'rt ' ? ? * ,l ,V . *
??lnts ; warranted sotni'i tun.
and double ; also a fine m?i
1 jjfl tt I"'"'1'11" ^ "cur "u"
HOHNKg, CAHWAGW. ?C.
A GREAT. SPECIAL, IMPORTANT, POSITIVE AKD
absolute sale by public auction. _
TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), JUNK III, AT IOU O'CLOCK,
AT STARLK NO. S NEILSON PLACe, (MERCER ST.),
BETWEEN WAVERLKY AND CLINTON PLACES,
BY JKNKINS A DUFF, AUCTIONEBRS,
OP THE KNTIRK TURNOUT OP A PRIVATE OEN
TLKMAN, INCLUDING
THREE EXTRA FINE TEAMS AND TWO BIN 0 LB
HORSES, ELEGANT CARRIAGES
AND WAGONS, HARNESSES, BLANKETS, UORES, AC.
A hamt-ome, rich and fkst teuni of Hiublttvului Ueld
lngs, color a rich buy. 18& hands high, 8 and 7 year* old;
were sired by Ry?dlclt s Hambletoninn ; they wore
raised In Orange county and fpurchascu therein by d rel
ent owner one year aeo, after he had seen thi-m trot a
full mile in i ; they are, without exception, the finest
driving, best styled and handsomest team ot pure and
honest irottors tor gentlemen's road u?e in the city, and
with these extra One dispositions make them s? cond to
m. team living ior lainify use; thev are ai raid vt noth
ing. are >ale for any one to drive, and can always ahow
from t <0 to 2 rli, single or double ; they have tine flowing
manes and tail*. all black point*, and style, act and drive
alike ; they are warranted sound, kind and true.
Also tue handsomest and one of the fastest teams of
young coal-black trotters (Horse and Mare) in this city;
they ure 19^' hands high, 6 and 7 years old, and are lull
brother and fitter ; were raised in Kentucky and brought
to this eity by A. B. Moffatt, Een., for present owner oue
year ago 1th of April last, and nave sine been used by
present owner lor road purposes. They were at Long
Branch all last season, and were admired wore than any
team there for their extra style, speed, Ac. They can
always trot in 2:49, aud can outatyfc any team living;
they can be driven by a lady. They are let black; not a
white hair on either, with One, clean liiub?, good leeL
One necks, good heads, and are In all as perfect a pair of
horses as were ever seen; cannot be distinguished tW>m
eacn other in appearance; are well kuown in this city,
ftnd the owner has frequently driven them to light wagon
on Fleetwood Park a mile inside of 2 AX They are war
ranted sound aud kind, and parties in search of some
thing really One should not fall to call and see them.
A beautirtal and flnely bred team of brown carriage or
family Horses, 7 years old, ne?rly 1? hands high ; are very
stylish and last travellers: can pull a park phaeton Inside
ol 1 minute*, or 13 miles inside the hour. They are gentle
and sale, not afraid of anything, and for a gentleman's
private coach team cannet be surpassed. They are both
warranted sound and kind.
Past mahogany bay trotting Gelding. W( hands high, 7
fears old, sired br Kentucky Clay, dam by Woodpecker.
!e is one of tne finest and best gatted trotters that goes
the road. Has One action and endurance, amiable dispo
sition, powerfully (raited and an excellent pole horse, lias
and can trot now below 2:46, and owner belloveo. with
twenty day* handling, lie can be made to trot well down
in the thirties. He Is warranted sound and kind.
Handsome and One bay driving or saddle Mare, lft%
hands high, 7 years old. She is a perfect roadster : can
be driven by any one. She is warranted not to be n'raid
of locomotives or cars; will stand anywhere without
tying, and a more sensible or safer horse for ladles' driving
or riding cahnot be tound. She has been trained under
saddle aud has all gait*', and sheoan trot in 3 minutes, and
warranted sound and kind.
Also a beautiful Landaulet, In complete order; one top
pony Phaeton, oue full spring top Wagon, one side-bar lop
Wagon, one open speeding Wagon : also tine Coach and
light gold alio covered mounted Harness, One Sheets,
Blankets, Robes, Whips, Saddles, Bridles, Ac.
The whole comprising as One stock as ever offered to
the public, and sale is made without limit or restriction.
All w>ll be sold to highest bidder. The stock is well
known and owned by a prominent gentleman Intliiiclty.
A lull and responsible warrantee will be given pur
chasers of horses aad ample time allowed them for trial
and examination.
N. B. ? STABLE WILL BB OPEN AT ALL TIMES
PRIOR TO SALE, WHERE PARTIES CAN HAVE
TI1E OPPORTUNITY TO CALL AND EXAMINE AND
RECEIVE ANY INFORMATION REQUIRED.
SALE POSITIVE, RAIN OR SHINE, AND NO BY
BIDDING;
A LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SALE, BY PUBLIC
auction,
of extra fine road and family Horses; also
Carriages, Harness. Robes, Ac. On TUESDAY, June 10,
at 10& o'clock, sharp, at the New York Boarding
Stables, No*. IB ana 17 East Twenty -eighth street, between
Filth and Madison avenues,
the entire establlshmen'aof two well kuown gentlemen
ot this city who are about to start on an extensive tour,
to be gone lor an indefinite period, and will consequently
sell all their One stock, without auy limits or reservation,
to the highest bidder, as follows:
A prompt, stvlish and closely matched Team of bay
Kentucky geldings, 7 years old, about I6J? hands, brought
U> this city last Fall and used to family carriage ; they are
halt brothers, are marked alike with fiowiuu uiaues and
tails, aro prompt and resolute drivers, lot t w steppers, fast
travellers and can go to the end of tne road : were dsven
from Jerome Park after the races, on Saturday last, to
phuetou, with 4 persons, in 85 minutes, which feat they
performed with ease ; they are warranted in all harness,
ami warranted sound and kind.
Beautiful and blooded pair of chestnot thoroughbred
Road Mares, about 15% nands, 5 and 6 years old; were
brought to this city this winter exprersly for owner: they
are Doth sired by Alexander's Ahdaliah, dam fast run
ning maia by Riugold. They show more breediug than
any young pair In this city, and promise great speed ;
can show a 2 -JO gait now, and have been broken but a
short time, and with but little training can beat 2 '.40 to
gether ; they are high headed and go in great style, and
are warranted good end true, sound and kind.
Also fast and celebrated bay gelding Bay Harry, 15W
hands and 8 years old ; raised in Western New York and
sired bv Kentucky Hunter, dam fast mare Black Marions
he Is a bold, tearless driver, sensible and well behaved;
drives without check and can beat 2 :40 any day in condi
tion to road wagon : has a record made when 6 years old
ot 2:42, and has since been used on road, and owner
thinks with one mouth's training he can trot low down
In the thirties; he is a superior pole horse and can trot
Ove miles In fourteen minutes: is well broken to all har
ness and is warranted good and true and free iroin spot
or blemish.
Ray Uambleton'an Mare River Queen. 5 years old, 15^
hands, sired by Malor Winfleld. dam thoroughbred : la a
beautiful animal, all atyle and action and can be driven
by a child. She has an open, slashing gait. Can -peed
very fast Was never trained on track but ten days last
Pall, when she showed a half mile in 1 :21. and owner had
Intended to nut her lii training this PalL she is war
ranted sound and kind.
AUo, beautiful I'.than Allen bay Mare. 15 hands, and 7
5 car* old - been used by the ladles to pony phaeton for
le last two years. Is very intelligent, and a perfect pet.
Excellent under saddle, and warranted sound and kind.
Also light 2-seat Phaeton; one 2-seat Park Wagon,
nearlv new, by Lawrence; one Top Wagon, by Brewster:
Top Pony Pnaeton, light Trotting Wagon, double and
single Harness, Robes, Ac.
NT B.? This stock Is some of the finest In the city and
can be fUlly depended upon, and the riding public are
invited to inspect them. Can be seen at stable at all
times. Full warrantee ot 34 hours. Sale positive, rain or
shine. JOHN L. VAN DE WATER, Auctioneer.
A VICTORIA, TnREE BAROUCHES, THREE BUG
gles, two Phaetons, one shitting top rumble seat Phae
ton, close glass Coach, taken In exchange, sold at half
price. 11AM, 10 East Fourth street.
AHAMBLF.TONIAN MARE, 8 YEARS OLD; 15Jf
hands; very >tyllsh in motion; sound and kind.
Also a nearly new Coupelette, by Wood Brothers, and
double and single Harness, by Lowden. Appiy at private
stable 66 East Forty-first street
A HANDSOME SET OP R. CAMPBELL'S SILVER
plated double Harness, in good condition, will be
sold low. Apply at private stable No. 180 West Twenty
eighth street
LADY'S ESTABLISHMENT FOR SALK-CONSIST
ing of a beautilnl Welsh Pony, 6 years old. 1 3>i hands
high, white flowing mane and tall ; warranted sound and
kind in all harness; for Iwauty aad style cannot be sur
passed ; also Basket Phaeton, gold-mounted Harness, by
best city makers; has been only used a few times; sold
only on accountof sickness, and aaid to be the handsomest
turnout in the Hate; will sell at asacriflee. Apply at
flrst private stable west Third avenue, in Twenty-eighth
street
Abet of double harness, london made,
tar Brougham, Victoria or Tcart; in flrst class or
der, having been used but a short time. For sale at a low
price, at ilie LONDON HARNESS AGhNCY, 20 Kast
Fourteenth street, between Filth av. and Union square.
AT THE LONDON HARNES8 AGENCY, 20 EA8T
Fourteenth street, between Fifth avenue and Union
square, London made Harness of finest quality; park
Saddles and BrMlei, Pad leathers, very -tvli.n; Sum
mer burse t lutblng in Princes oheokl of choicc designs.
A? SIX HEAVY WORKING AND DRIVING HORSES:
* they mus be sold cheap; a good trial given. 1U)
Washington street
A LOT OK HORSES FROM THE COUNTRY, FIT
for all kinds ol business; one splendid teuin of sorrel
Horses, young aud sound. Inquire at 641 Canal street
A SMALL CHILD'S PONY FOtt SALE, WAR
ranted sound and kind in all harness, with a Misses'
Saddle and small Dog Cart; all in good order. Apply at
3W Third avenue.
-SECOND HAND CARRIAGES
at our factory, 1,404 Broadwav, above Tlilrty-ninU) street
Barouche, by John R. Lawrence A Co $300
Clarence, John i . Lawrence A Co 6U0
Clarence, nearly new, John K. Lawrence A Co I,i>i0
Straight front Coupe. Pole and Shalt.- &hj
Four-scat Phaeton, Wood Brothers 400
Victoria, newly done lip, Wood Rrothers .HM
T Cart, but little used, Brewster 5i?)
Top Road >\a?on, very light, our make 3MJ
Track bulky, Dubois 75
BRADLKY,~PRaY A CO., Vfl Broadway. !
B
LACK HAWK, ELEGANT TEAM, lSg HANDS, 8
years, sound, without blemish : arc penectlcn . ride
behind them and prove It; trotin Also Depot Witg.m
nd Harness, nearly nevf. ?? i
AT ARCM. JOHNSTON'S MART, 19 TO 3.1 THIK- ;
ThENIH STREET. NEAR UNIVERSITY PLaCK. IP
NOT SOLD AT PRIVATE SALE BEFORE TUESDAY.
AT 10k O'CLOCK. THBV WILL THEN BE SOLD AT
AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDKR.
BY EDWARD 8CHENCK, AUCTIONEER? noRH KB,
Coupe, Victoria, ton Wagon. Harness, at the private
stable 53 I- ast Forty first street. On Tuesday, 10th inst. as
above, at VU o'clock A. M., a pair of bay Horses,
hands, kind and rentle; also a light C wring Victoria, a
fine Coupe, ton Wagon, double and single Harness, Robes,
Whip, suit of Livery, Ac. ; all In perlect order.
B" -#OU R-IN-HAN D M aTl~COACH.
? We offer a l/ondon built one, in superb condition,
with Lead Bars. Lunch Basket and Chawpague Cooler,
at a very reasonable price.
BKBWSTEK A CO., H4 Fifth av., corner Fourteenth st
BKRTT, NKARLY NEW, FOR SALE, AT DRENNEN'S
stable, corner Seventh avenue and Thirty -seventh
street Inquire for Albert at the stable.
CABRIOLETS. PONY PnABTONS, HBPOT WAGONS
Rockaways aud all kinds of Carriages, greatly re
duced ; second hand Buggies and Rockaways cheap.
8TAAT3 BELL, No. 7 Washington place, rear New York
Hotel.
CARRIAOES SLIGHTLY DAM AGED? GREAT BAR
gains.? New and second hand Carriages of every
description, elegant T Cart; Rumble Phaeton, little
soiled ; will be sold low.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION. ?3H Broadway.
Clarence roR sale-made by brewstkr; in
good order: will be sold very cheap. Apply at 1.16
Wert Fourteenth street
Express waoonk.-two nice nbw express
Wagons, light and handy. 9125 each ; were taken for
debt and must be sold. HOVEY'S stable, 14X East Six
teenth street
Fine pair of m hands bay carriage houses
for sale at a very moderate figure ; have been regu
larly driven up to date; owner gone to Kuropa. Apply
at private stable las East Nineteenth street
l 'nit HALK-A PARK PHAETON, SKATS FOUR;
also a llusenbury A Vanduser Top Wagon: both in
.i order. Apply at RRIGGS' stable, corner Seventh
i.'yuiia aMiilitfit-ABWUB^AUvAh -
HOR8F.W, C ARRIAOK*. M'.
FOK KAI.E-A UANDSOMK^rHOBtToiUlHBEn SAD
dlc Hum*, seven yearsi old ; trained lor lady or 8?"'
tleiuan: warranted tumid and kind. Ajpolv to w>l.
DKKNNEN, corucr Seventh avenue and lliirty-seventh
street.
Fur bale? beautiful black pony, war
ranteo gentle. sound and true in every retpeot i ?
year* old, with Harness and Grocery Wairou in perfect
order; uiuai be Id.u. Inquire ol E. JABPER, 130 Cherry
street
IiKiR BALK? A LOT OK SUPERIOR WOKE llnltSE-',
just troiu the West , nmnnit them are fine flood driy
iug Hooch and a lot of lilt; truck Horse*. Apply at lio
Mercer street.
FOR HALE? PRICE TO-DAY, $500; TO-MORROW,
$45(i.? ;ry and you'll buy a nice bay Horse, 151isnd?.
6 years old. sound, gentle, nut Mfritid ol locomotive; good
traveller, spleutlnl ladies' phaeton norse: uiu*l sell tor
?want ol use. LAMB'S stable, No. IS Last Kitty-eighth
street, or Nu. 89 Beaver street. AUo Harness and Brewster
top Wagou.
FOR SALE-ONE GRAY MARK, IS HANDS IIH1H,
8 year* old; true, kind and gentle In all harness; tor
$136. Inqune nt CIIARLf.S DOitU, 1C4 Divlsiou itreet.
For sale? turnout compl.kte.-a fink pair
ol gray Horses, with Harness and open Carriage;
owner going to Europe. Can ba seen at ?AM SHKR
WOOD'S livery stables, Forty- tlrst street, betweeu Lex
ington and 'ihird avenues.
FOR SALE-BAY HORSE, 16 HANDS; SOUND AND
kind ; can trot in 3 minutes. Apply at IS West Forty
fourth street.
For sale? a park phaeton, with rumble,
mad* by Brewster, In use hut one season; a medium
?Ized Ponv. bright hay, handsome, sound and gentle;
has been drivea mostly bv a lady; good under the saddle;
also Harness, new, mily in use two or three times ; the
above will be sold chcap for want of use ; to be seen on
Monday and Tue-day ol this week, Iroui 9 A. M. to 12 M.,
at KINd's stables. Forty-first street, between Madison
and Park avenuea.
For hale ? rock a ways, victorias, top buo
gles. Pony Phaetons, Doctor's Bucgies. lour seated
Phaetons: cheapest in city. 146 and 143 Udrldge street,
near Tenth police station. DAY A SON.
For sale-three horses, s and ? years.
from WH to lti bands; tit tor any business and sold
tor want ol use ; prices $120, $135, $140. 134 Charles st
For sale? a handsome turnout, top pony
I'haeton, Harness and Pony; pony 14. Si hands high ;
8 years old ; warranted gentle lor a lady or child to ride
or drive; good reasons for selling. Apply at UaV
BROTH KK8, 3 .. Hudson street
VOK SaLE-A handsome clarence, lined
r with blue cloth; in first rate order; one $830; also
one at $33(1. H. BURR, 202 Mercer street
For hale-two young workino horses,
sound and Kind. !?st irom Lancaster county; also a
large work Horse: will be sold cheap. Apply at 220
hlghth avenue, in the lager beer saloon.
For sale? one pair mahogany bay horses.
15 3 hands high and brothers. 7 and 8 years old ; all
sound and kind ; also a bay saddle Horse, 15.2 hands high ;
the property or a gentleman going to Europe. Apply at
128 West Klghteenth street
For rale, wagon? a square box shifting
top Wngon, made by Brewster A Co.. of Broome
street; in periect order ; will be sold for less than half
price. Can lie seen at POWER'S, Atlantic and Fifth
avenues, Brooklyn.
For sale cheap-a stylish bay saddle or
road Mare, 16 hands, 8 years old; a good stepper
and warranted sound and kind; sold for want of use.
Apply to JAMKS NELSON A SON, 4S8 Greenwich street
For sale cheap-a gentleman's turnout,
consisting of a thoroughbred Black Hawk Gelding,
16H hands hign, 8 years old ; warranted sound and kind ;
can be driven by a lady ; has a record of 2:41, and will
bowltou the track; also a Brewster Top Wagon, but
tittle used, and Road Wagon; will be sold separately or
1 together. Call on Mr. MULLANY, 256 Wctt Thirty-ninth
street.
C1RKAT BARGAINS.? IN CON8EQUENCK OF RE.
T building part ol our premises, we ofler our entire
stock seasonable sty'es new and second hand Carriages
at greatly reduced prices.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway.^
Harness.? partie < going to Saratoga, lono
Branch, ltockaway, t'ntchogue. Mount Kisco,
Slngar. Campgaw, Quoguc, Niagara, Hohoktis. Mahopao,
Pequa* Aock, Wanaque, Watchung, Kinkora, Bogota,
Jerusalem. Jericho, Miuankum, Babylon, Pauhogut- and
^aphankcau be fitted out lor the (-uunner with every
thing in the line of Uarnesa, Saddles, Bridles, i.ap i.obes.
Dusters, Whips, Nets and Horse and Carriage Equip
ments of every description; ttyle and grade at prices to
suit everybody. Il anything Is wunted eall at MosE
MAN'S, 114 Chambers street the only live place In town
Harness, saddles, horsiS clothing, car
riane Robes, Lap Dnsters, My Neta and a largo
variety ol Saddlery Goods always on hand.
C. B. SMITH A OO..
40 Warren street. New York.
Messrs. rrkwster a co., 84 kipth avenue,
corner Fourteenth street, offer an elegant tour-in
hand Barouche, with rumble, in superb coudltlou, at s
low priee.
PONY PHAETONS? EVERY DESCRIPTION, POPU
lar prices; depot Wagons in great variety, two ele
gant six-seat extension-fop Phaetons, Park Wagons,
light Rockawavs, low prices.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway.^
SECOND HAND AND SLIGHTLY SOILED (All
rlages, bargains; T Cart English Dog Cart Depot
Wagon, several Rockaways, top and open Buggies, jump
seat Wagon, Ponv Phaeton.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway.
STABLE TO LET? SEVENTEENTH STREET, BE
tween Broadway and Fifth avenue, modern Stable,
with plenty room lor tour horses and carriages; coach
man's room, Ac. Inquire of F. M. BIRD, 39 Union square.
SI.COND HAND EIGHT-SPRINO LANDAU, VERY
little used, lor aale low, at BREWSTER A CO.' S, 84
Fifth avenue, corner Fourteenth street
WANTED? A GRAY HORSE 15^ HANDS, LONO TAIL,
Ugh built, to trot in 8 minutes, not over 8 years, to
be fully warranted, for a croas match. Address, stating
price, description and where to be seen, box 4,6.5 New
York Post office.
WANTED? A LANDAD OR CLARENCE, WITH
Horses and Harness. Anv gentleman having such
an establishment that Is first class, that will tell very low
for cash, address EQUINE, Herald ofllce.
TIT ANTED? A TBAM OP HORSES, 15X HANDS. NOT
T? over 7 years: bays preferred ; good steppers: no
fancy prices. Addreas CONFIDENCE, box 162 Herald
office, sta lng price, Ac.
&Qnn ? STYLISH BLACK HORSE, SEVEN YEARS,
?P^UU^ 16 hands, long mane and tail ; Gray, 8 years.
$150, Bay, 7 years, 15, gentle for lady, $150 ; all fouud
and kind. 216 Wett Thirty-first itreet.
T?- LET FUR BubilUKKS PURPOSE*.
^TTKNTIOX _
NOW READY POR OCCUPANCY.
NEW FIREPROOF BUILDINO.
FULTON, NASSAU- AND ANN STREETS.
ELEGANT OPPICES TO RENT IN THE ABOVE
FIREPROOF, WELL LOCATED BUILDING, BEINO IN
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE
CITY HALL, THE COURTS, THE POST OFFICE,
AC., AC.
OFFICES 8CITABLB FOR LAWYERS, BROKERS,
BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, AC., AC, CAN BE
HAD, SINGLY OB EN 8U1TE, OF ANY DESIRED
SIZE, FROM 10X12 FEET TO 26X67 FEET, AT $300
$400, $600 AND UPWARD TO $12,000, ACCOKDINO TO
SIZE AND LOCATION.
THE ABOVE BUILDING*?"
COMPLETELY IRE PROOF,
READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
HEATED BY STEAM, AND HAS TWO FIRST CLASS
PASSENGER ELEVATORS AND ALL MODERN IM
PROVEMENTS.
RENT OF SMALL OFFICES.
Hire. 2d Story. 3d Mory. 4th Ftory 6th Story.
19.10x23 6 $2,(?f $1,?*J $1,XW $L>"?
16x24.6 l.ftO 1,500 1.200 JiH
14.tix2.Y6 1,(4)0 1,500 1,2 W !>??
17x2*4 1,8110 1,500 1,200
10.18 600 400 350 300
10X12.6 6(10 4(10 850 300
19.6x391 3,0(10 2,500 2,000 1,500
ly.tix.t9 3,00) 3,500 2,000 1,5(0
10x12.6. 500 400 350 300
19 10x23. 1.H00 1,800 1,300 1,000
14.6*23 1,500 1,280 1.000 8U0
14?*^1 1.500 1.250 1,000 *10
17*23. 1,500 1,250 1.U00 800
10*18 500 400 360 800
INQUIRIES TO BE MADB OF
HOMER MORGAN. NO. 2 PINE STREET.
A -SIXTH AVENUE, CORNER OF THIRTIETH
. street-Store and Cellar, thoroughly renovated,
altered and painted, to let for any resectable business.
Apply at to West Thirtieth street, or30l Second avenue.
A SMALL STORK TO RENT? CORNER FRANKFORT
and William street* : rent $**>. Apply to 8. C.
SMITH, Frankfort House office
A? TO LET, ON 8IXTH AVENUE. THE HAND.
? somest Store in the city; also one corner Store and
one small Store, large plat* glass windows and dwelling
apartments: rent $700 per year ; good reference required.
Fine lots, aoxioo. with or without bteaM
Power, to ft, suitable for light manufacturing pur
pose* ; also an elegant store. 36 and 87 Wooater street
0'
BROADWAY.
First and Third Floors to let or lease.
43M Broadway, liquor store.
STEAM FttWKR, WITH A LIOHT HALF OR WHOLE
Floor; also a large Basement; rei% and Insurance
cheap. 314 and 316 F.ast Thirty-fifth street.
QTEAM POWER.? ONE OR TWO FLOORS, 44X86,
t ? to let; best and cheapest In the city; no *?ood work*
era , steam elevators; Insurance low. 140 Wett Twenty
seventh street
STORE TO LET-NO. ? MOTT STREET, CORNBR
Canal; rent $600; wtll not let ft?r liquor. _
r) LET? THRF.E LOFTS. 26X100, SUITABLE FOR
any bnslneas, rent $1,1100, or the whole building for
$3,500, or on leaae 7 /tan. 34 Walker street, sear Broad
Wv
28x18
East
PWKLLIKG HOUSE8 TO L.KT.
Farnlihed.
N ELEGANT RESIDENCE, FURNISHED, BETWEEN
Fifth tnil Mailisou avenues ? 28.1x70; extension.
I; parlor* only furnished: rout low. Apply It la
Fiftieth street, from lo-to i.
A TURK K STORY UIGH STOOP BRICK HOUSE,
thoroughly furnished. In sixteenth ward : good
neighborhood ; low rent WALTER W. MONTAGUE,
Real Estate A|;cnt, Eighth av. and Twenty -Mint St
Fully furnished four story goon to LET.?
Location central; rent $100 and Hoard lor owner's
family: possession: references exi handed. Address
RARiiAln, Herald Uptown llranch otlice.
rjno
LET-A NEATLY FURNISHED COTTAGE HOUSE.
Apply at No. 40 Went Kilty-fourth street
Unfurnished.
A -fl,2S0.-THREE STORY nion STOOP BRICK
-f\.. Hoti*e ; ha* lust been put in perfect order: good
neighborhood. WALTER W. MONTAGUE, Heal Estate
Hroker, Eighth avenue and Twenty tlr?t street
AT REDUCED RENTALS-HOUSES OK SOTH. 4?TH,
82d, 66th, 57th, 61st, (Wd; many other streets and ad
Joining avenue* ; assortment of Flats and I'artii of private
Houmm. LIONEL FROEHLICH,
Third avenue, corner ol Fiftieth street.
PER MONTH.? COTTAGE, ALL MODERN IM
provements: pleasant garden ; lease to a respon
rty. Apply, Iroin II A. M. to 5 P. >1., at 210 East
eat, or al 82 Fourth avenue.
?*QTII STRKET, JUST OPP THE BOULEVARD ?TO
"o let, a two story and basemeut brick House: water,
gat and gas fixtures throughout; will be let to a responsi
ble tenant tor $700 per annum. Apply to JOSEPH P.
Ol'IN, No. 8 West Fourth street, between Broadway and
Mercer street.
PURNI8HBD ROOMS AIVD APAttTMKXTS
TO LET. ___
A PROMT ROOM AND HALL BEDROOM, SECOND
story, to let, furnished, together or separately, a tew
doors above the Ashland House, inquire at 32V Fourth
avenue.
A FURNISHED FLOOR, IN PFRFRCT ORDER, FOR
light housekeeping; also other Rooms, en suite or
singly, irom $3 to $10 per week. Apply at588 Ixth av.
A FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, THIRD FLOOR, FOR
a gentleman. 138 East Forty-eighth street, near
Lexington avenue.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET BACK PARLOR,
fully furnished, to a gentleman and wife, without
board, or will serve meals to lady only : location pleasant,
near c entral Park. Address COMFORT, box 106 Herald
office.
A PRIVATE FAMILV WILL LET TWO IIAND
somelv Furnished Itooms, together or separately, to
gentlemen or gentleman and wife; gas and bath. 130
East Twelfth street. References.
A HALL BEDROOM TO LET TO TWO QENTLE
men, comfortably furnished ; washing and mending
attended lo, 11' required. IU9 West Tweutieth street, near
Sixth avenue, top floor, back room.
A PARLOR AND BEDROOM, WITH NEW PIANO,
$40 per month till September, worth $00: another
Suit, $35; lurnished Office, $30; first class parties only.
737 Broadway, room 10.
A SUIT Of ROOMS, TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY,
elegantly furnished : second floor: location good;
house llrst class: small private family. 117 Twenty-sixth
atreet, between Fourth and Lexington avenues.
A SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED FLOOR OF SIX
rooms to rent? Newly painted and new furnlturo.
Ofitt Sixth avenue.
AT 47 AMITY STREET? LARGE AND SMALL FUR*
nlshed Konms, to gentlemen, without board. The
owner and occupier has newly fitted the house since May
1 ; gas, bath, Ac. ; Summer prices.
F
URNISliED BOOM TO LET.
205 First avenue.
Furnished rooms for gentlemen.? parlors
and Red room* on first and aecond floors; all Improve
ments, nt reasonable prices, for the Summer. Apply or
address 202 East Fifteenth street.
ITURNI^HED BOOM TO LET? AT 17 EAST TWENTY
flrat street.
Furnished rooms, without board, at 13
West Twenty-sixth street, opposite St. .iHincs Hotel;
two flue, large front Rooms, delightfully situated ; best
references given and required.
IjlOR HOUSEKEEPING? IN LA It' IE PRIVATE
house. 11 large, frescoed Parlor and two large Rooms
and Kitchen, all partly furnished. In ceniral location ;
rent $."><1 per month. Apply to J. C. KANE, 2 ) Fourth av.
Handsomely furnished rooms, with every
convenience for light housekeeping if desired; also
Kooros lor genilemen ; hot and cold water, Ac.; ilellght
lul location; references. 148 West Eleven li street
1ARGE, COOL. WELL VENTILATED CHAMBERS?
J On second floor, elegantly furnished, to rent for the
Summer to gentlemen only. 155 i.lghih street, near
Broadway.
SUIT OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET CHEAP? NICE
location, park and fresh air. Apply at 72 South
Washlntoa square.
TO LET? NICELY FURNISHED SMALL OR LARGE
Rooms lor single gentlemen or gentlemen and
wives: references. No 7 St Mark's place, Eighth street.
TO LET-A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
and Bedroom, adjoining, on second floor of house 61
East Twenty-first street; private family. Terms moder
ate.
TO LET-ONE VEHY NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
HIS East Twenty -seventh street, near Fourth avenue :
lor one gentleman $4 and two $0 a week ; free gas and
bath.
TO LET-CORNER EIGHTH AVENUE AND TWEN.
ty-thlrd street, Dwelling, part partly furnished ; good
location or dentist or other light business; rent low. Ap
ply on premises.
Three elegantly furnished rooms to let,
en suite or singly, on second floor. 231 East Eleventh
street, near Second avenue.
4th street, near broadway.-two or three
nicely furnished Rooms ; bath and gas. 18 West Fourth
street. -
O FOURTH AVENUE, OPPOS1TB COOPER INSTI
O tute. ring twice. ? A cheerful lurnished front Parlor
and two Bedrooms in a private family.
9 JONES STREET, NEAR FOURTH STREET AND
Sixth avenue.? Suit ol five Rooms, neatly furnished,
with every convenience for housekeeping.
Q7 WEST THIRTY-FIRST STREET.? TO LET, A
Li I good Room, well furnished, to single gentleman,
without board, over parlor ; family private.
Q.4TH STREET, WEST, NEAR BROADWAY. -A
Ot splendid Suit of furnished Rooms, comprising en
tire second floor, two bedrooms and a parlor; oath, Ac. ;
cottage house ; strictly private family; terms moderate
to permanent party ; gentlemen onlr; reference given
and required. Call at or address 217 West I hlrty-fourth st
CQ LEXINGTON AVRNUR. CORNER TWENTY
?/0 fifth street? Handsomely furnished front Rooms,
singly or en suite ; also Parlor Floor to let, without board ;
Sumner prices; references exchanged.
ELM STREET-FURNISHED ROOMS FOB
gentlemen, with bath and gas.
MC EAST FIFTEENTH STREET. -NICE f Y FUR
?J nlshed, large- sized, single Room, suitable for
two gentlemen, without hoard; terms moderate; bouse
first class.
94
OQQ WE8T FOURTH STREET-PLEASANT FUR
Liitij nished Rooms to lei, without board. 233 West
Fourth street.
QAA WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.? NICELY
O"" furnished single and suits of Rooms for light
housekeeping: every convenience; Rooms for single
ladles or gentlemen; references exchanged.
rn-l SIXTH AVENUE. BETWEEN FORTY-THIRD
I Ol and Forty fourth streets.? Furnished Room and
Bedroom to let. Ring second bell.
UNFUllMSHKIJ ROOMS A1VO APART.
MKIVTS TO LET.
AN UNFUKNrSHED ATTIC BEDROOM TO A LONE
widow woman. Apply at lit West Tenth street
A ?TO LET, ON HIE SOUTHERLY CORNER AND
one inside, French Flat; H ami 9 large rooms: all
lighted; elevator and .aultor; rents moderate to small
Ont class families. office, w sixth avenue.
A WIDOW LADY WOULD LIKE TO RENT SOME
Itooms to >iuiet people. Call M 604 Sixth avenue.
TO LET? TIIIKD FLOOR (FOUR ROOMS) IN PRI
vste house 304 East Twenty -first street
TO LRT-IN THE NINTH WARD. TWO PLEASANT
connecting Rooms, for light housekeeping or lodging;
rent $lt per month, including gas, to adults; references
exchanged. Address PLEASANT, box 1*6 Herald office.
TO LRT? TO A SMALL FAMILY OF GROWN PRO
ple, a Third Floor In a three-story hrick house, sit
uated No. <2 Greenwich avenue, rent. $2t> per month ; 4
rooms, water. CHaicLES BUCK.
TO LET? FOR HOUSEKEEPING, A PLBA8ANT
front Room and Bedroom, newly painted and
papered ; strlc ly private house. S27 West Twenty -fourth
street, near Eighth avenue. Terms moderate.
rH RENT? FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. A BACK
Parlor, with two Rooms attsched ; every convenU
enee . rent, with gas, tS2 per month, at 40 Weat Ninth st
XA EAST TW NTIETH STREET, CORNER Of
cItc Fourth avenue.? Beautiful Floors to rent. In a
small private family ; location unsurpassed; rant reason
able. ___
EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR FOURTH
___ avenue. ?A handsomely arranged Floor of about
10 rooms; cau be divided for two lamilus. Apply in the
store.
QQQ EAST THIRTIETH STREET, -TO LRT, TWO
JjOO French Flats, fourth and fifth stor:?s, with eleva*
lor and all modern improvements. Apply to ALEX. Ea
GLhsoN. 68 East Fourth street
122
MARBLK IMA NT HI. H.
A. Work"** ,",I| ft? MarBLEIZI ttQ
and Marbleiaed Mantels. Tlllrw ^i ?,nttl street ? Marble
BS SflS?*
AN ASSORTMENT Of MANTELS, UNSURPASSED
for beauty of design and uiiAlity of workmanship.
Mats Work ot all kinds a specialty.
PENRHYN SLATE COMPANY,
Fourth avenue and Seventeenth street Union _
OTEWAVTS hi. ATE MAN TELA.? RICH AND RLE
gsnt designs , Slate works ol every description; Mar
ble and Wooo Mantels. T. B. STEWART k Co. Ifti ami MU
. l?iUjr?AUr-UM4Mmh mm motcuUi *y?uae, M, fc .
A
pay cioouM.
T KINZKY'S.
Great riming out sale
ot Spring aud Summer Good*
$80,000 worth of Bonnet
and Sash Itibbona, hall' price.
Oru? drain Ribbon*, He. yard op.
_ . Cord edge Uluboua, 4c. up.
Watered Ribbon*, 6c. up.
Faucy Ribbons, 6c. up.
Paih Ribbon'. 28c. yard up.
Plaid r>a?he<*, Uc. yard up.
Closing oat *11 oar
Straw liau, 19c. op.
CloMng out fine
French flower*, lOe. IP,
Closing oat Parasols
aud Umbrella*, Stfc. up.
Llama Lace Shawli,
$3 80, $3 AO, $5 to $tQm
Lama Lace Barque*
from $3 80 to *431
Real Laces closing nut,
fie., 10c., 15c., 26c., 40c. yard up.
Imitation l-aces closing
out, from 3c. to 25c. yard. . . ___ _ ,
Thnuaanda of Silk Tie*,
from lite., 38o., 31c. up.
Bonnet, Pre**. Trimming
aud Lining Silk closing.
Dotted and plain
811k Net*, 25c. yard up.
Itambure Embrolderle* from
Sc., tic.. He., 10c., 13c., 15c. yard up.
Olnalng out Plqnes, Swisses,
Lawns and Nainsooks, 15o. up*
Ruffling*. Tacking* and
Puffing* closing out
Ladle*', Rants' and misse*
Hummer Underwear low.
Chemtaea^prawerm Skiru,
Sacquea, Waist*. Ac., low.
Gents' Lisle Shirts, 80r. ;
geui*' *llk Bow*, 10c. up.
Ll*le, Balbrlirgan and
laacy Hosiery, 13>,c. pair up.
Kid illovs*, 28c.. pair ap.
Lisle Ulovo*, 6c. pair up.
Real Trefoasaa Eld
Glove*, worth $1 75, at 92c.
Lot* of llandkercMe?
from auction, 6c. up.
Bsc* and Balta In all
qualltie*, liont 35c. up
Bilk Fan* from auction,
15c., 35c., 31c., 40c., 50c., 69C. UPW
toon fine rubber Bracelets,
Willi medallions, at 38c.
Oxidized Buckle*. 33c. ap.
oxidised Chateleues, 35c. ap.
Silver Ear Screw*, pearl,
coral and turquoise, 33c pair.
0u6 Marseillaise and linen
Bats closing at 39o. each.
WILLIAM KINZEY,
767 and 7W Broadway,
corner Ninth street. New York.
A
T SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, 914 BROADWAY
feast aide), near Twentieth street? NEW ARRIVALS
of beautiful designs, JUS'L IMPORTED, among them tha
TAJ, a mo*t fascinating novelty, becoming to all figure*,
adapted to any material, especially desirable in wasli
goods. Patterns, with cloth models, now ready. Pat*
terns fitted to the lorm, WARRANTED PERFECT, cut
ting and basting by our stjle*. "SMITH'S ILLUS
TRATED PATTERN BAZAAR'' is JDST OUT lor Sum
nier, tilled with all the novelties, descriptions and In*
str actions of fashion*. Subscribe lor it. Only ONfi
DOLLAR A YEAR. Premiums of $1 in pattern* given.
A. BURDETTE SMITH, 914 Broadway. New York.
J^ARGE CONSIGNMENT FROM EUROPE.
MUST BE SOLD.
HEAVY AUCTION PURCHASES.
PRIVATE SALB. PURCHASES FOB CASH,
AT TUB GREAT EAST SIDE ESTABLISHMENT,
E. RIDLEY A SON,
809 Grand street, New York.
THOUSANDS OK PARASOLS.
Children'* lined, in color*, 50c.. 75e.
I.adtcs' lined, t'>5c.,75<\. 8>c. atid $1. ,
Examine our Sto- k of Changeable^, fringed and lined.
Also * rpc and plain silk Umbrellas; you will find then
greatly below last week's prices.
STRAW GOODS,
Florida and Palmetto Huts at 50c.. 75c. and $1 ap.
Over 5,1 0) rases of llair. Chip, Milan and other de?
*iruble timid* and shapes, from 15c. to $1 50 each, nearly
halt previous prices.
Cheap line ot gros grain Bonnets and Sasb Ribbons,
every new shade, frotn l(lc. to 40c. , all silk.
7-iuch Sash Ribbon*. 5f?c.. 65c., 70c., 80c. up.
6-inch and 7-inch Watered Sash Ribbons at 86c., 65c.
and M5c.
Kan*. Fans, Fans. Everything new. Examine. 4c.,
6c., He., 10c., 30c., 35c., 50r., 75.',, $1 up.
SPECIALTIES AT NEARLY HALF FRICB.
REAL LACES.
Lace Shawls and Sacques. Swiss Tie*.
Guipure Lace*, Runtime, l'arasol Covers.
Passe me ntrie, Trimming, Fringes and Ornaments.
Pari* aud Vienna Uoods.
Oxidized Good* down! down I
SILVERPLATED WARE.
Leather Rag* and Satchels, 60c., 75c., $1 up. Bargains.
English Hosiery. Bargulus: consigned.
Iniaiii*' and Children's Carriages.
W hiili-bone Corsets, 50c., 65c., 7ac., 85c., SI ap.
Look at our Jewelry. Pocketbonks, leather Belts.
Ladies' and Mis.su*' linen and cambric Underclothing.
BARGAINS IN THIS DEPARTMENT.
1.0T0 new Trimmed Hats and Bonnets this week, front
$2 50 each to $M.
FRENCH FLOWERS TO-DAVJ
FRENCH FLO WKRS TO-DAY 1
10,000 yards of Hamburg Edgings, at Sc., 6c.t Sc., 10c?
15c., 30c., 35c. Up. ^
KID GLOVES.
Arrived from Europe, new shades and colors.
1,000 dozens One-Button, at 45c. to 75c.
1,500 d07.cn* Two-Button, at flOc.. 75c. and tl a pair.
2,500 dozens Edward, iuper., warranted, fl 36 to <1 2Q
a pair.
5 jo dosens Two-Button, slightly damaged, at SI a pair.
BEST LOW-PRICED GLOVES IN AMERICA.
EDWARD RIDLEY A SON,
909, 311, 311k Grand street, and
62, 64, 66, 68 and 70 Allen street. New York,
filth block east from the Bowery.
N
EW STORE.
New Goods.
MARKS A OOLDENHORW,
341 Grand, corner Ludlow street,
beg to inform iheir friends, patron* snd the public !?
general that they have rcopeaed their newly fitted ujs
and enlarged store with
a well assorted stock of
Straw Goods, French Flower*. Lace*, Veils, Kid Gloves,
Hosiery. Parasols, White Goods, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings, gentlemen's Undergarments, ladles' and chidren'a
Undergermants, Ac.
our endeavor shall be to preserve the favor of our cue*
toraers by polite attention and
low prices.
An early inspection ol our new Goods la respectfully
solicited.
MARKS A OOLDENHORN,
Ml Grand, oorner Ludlow street
Real laces, bmbroideries.-owing to thb
near approach of the time for ladles to leave the
city, wo will ofTer some extraordinary bargains, closing
several lot* of Black Thread, Guipure, Yak, Ecru ana
White Cluny, real Point Point Applliiue, Valenciennes,
real and French, Spanish and French Blondes, all at lean
than cost to import; Mama Lace Shawls and Sacques,
from suction; Capes, Fichus, Veils, Parasol Coven,
Barbe*. Coiffures, Ac.; renl Lace Collars, Sets; Handker*
chiefs. 10,000 yards Hamburg Edgings and Insertions*
Passementerie*, l-rlnges and Ornameuts.
BENNETT WILLIAMS, 77S Broadway.
M1LLJNKRY AND DRESSMAKING.
A NEW STYLE OF SUN HAT; AL80 THE LATBSf
style j of round Hats, just received at Msdsme C.
DK LACY'B, 882)< Broadway, near Mneteentb street
QO WEST NINTH STREET. -MADAME GRENIEH
make* elegant walking and evening Dresse* in the
lateit Parisian ntyle. at *hort notice; charge* less thaa
other rellsble dressmakers. No sign.
YACHTS, STRAMMATH, *C. ^
A VALUABLE STEAM CANAL BOAT FOR SALK^i
Has powerful machinery and suitable tor freight or
towing; also several coarse and coal freight Canal Boats.
Apply to or address M. F. JAMES A CO., 105 Broad street,
Naw York.
A 14 FOOT ROWBOAT FOR SALB? NEW, COPPER
J\ fastened and handsomely finished ; will seat six per
son*. Apply fo E. WYCKoFF, I.'l West Sixteenth street
Boats for country-racb. club and shii*
Boat*; all kind* on hand at my shops, 368, 373 Souttk
?treet and 114th street, Harlem River.
STEPHEN ROBERTS.
ClABIN YACHT FOR BALE? 33 FEET LONG. 12 FEE*
) beam, completely lurnished. For particular! in
quire at Zti Washing ton street
I^OR SALE? A LIGHTS R BARGB, WITH COMPLETB
outfit; capacity 400 hogsheads sagar; also several
Tugs and steamboat*. A. M. DA COSTA, 117 Wall *treet.
l/uR SALE CHEAP-A SLOOP RIUGKD YACHT, WITH
I new sail, mast and rigging; reason lor selling the owner
has no time to attend to It inquire of JAMRs HINDLY,
at Fitzgerald's boat house. Hunter's Point Bridge, L I.
FOR BALE OR CHARTER? SCOWS, FROM 300 TO
400 tons capacity ; low rates. Address B. A., box 13S
Herald office.
XTEW SLOOP, P. MORGAN. 14 TONS, FOR SALE OR
II to let Inquire of M. s. auson. foot of First street.
Jersey City. ____________
STEAM TUG FOR SALE-ONE NEW STEAM TUO*
70xl5Xx6K feet hold engine, 17x17, with fresh water
tanks. C. W. COPELAND, No. 44 Baoadway.
SIDEWHFEL STEAMBOAT FOR ftALB? 1?7 FEET
long; 360 tons; price low for cash er real estate.
Apply to w. a Harrison, l JtSl Broadway, room B?
rear building. ? _
r YACHT CLUBS OR OYSTBRMBN.? FOR BALE, A.
Float, 75.28x8. decked suitable to build an. Addres*
P. O., box 1/7 Herald otllce.
II * ANTED TO PURCHASE? IF BOLD CHEAP, A.
TT Propeller Yacht, with good power for towing ; ea*
glne about 10x10. Address box 4,319 Post office.
Yacht for bale.-schoonbr tacht, keei*
58x15)4; draws 6H feet; in fine order; twom-if
Busts-, guns, a wiling* ana everything necewary lor tm?,
mediate u*e. Address box 1,040 Boston Post office. >
llf -
!msCW;UNEO^
Marble soda J??aIA?8S?3iA sty lbs. a?
reduced prices; Ottawa Beer Fountains au.l
tract on liberal terms; senu lor Illustrated catalogue. J,
M. WwltUiUi *

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