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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13,443. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1873.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE POUR CENTS.
IM&ECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS ? Ninth Paoh? With and sixth columns.
ASTROLOGY? Twelfth PAGk-SUth column.
BILLIARDS? Ninth Page? Fourth <olumii
BOARDERS WANTED? Second Page? Tlilrd and I north
BOARD^AND LODGING WANTED? Second Figi ?
Fourth column. _
BROOKLYN BOARD? Second Pack? Fourth column.
BKOOKL\N REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? .-elond
Pagc? First column.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES? Fi est Page? Sixth col
umn.
BUSINESS NOTICES? Seventh Parr? Sixth column.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO? TwF.Lrru Paue? Sixth column.
CITY HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Seookd PAG?-Flr?t
column.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Twili-th PAGE-Flrst and
second columns.
CLOTHINti ? Second Page? Sixth column..
COACHMEN AND GARDENERS? Twelfth PACE? Sec
ond and third columns.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS ? Twelfth FACE-Fifth col
umn.
COPARTNERSHIPS? Eicbtii PAr.B-FiPth column.
COUNTRY BOARD? Second Page? Fifth column.
DRY GOODS? Fiust Paue? Sixth column.
DWHLLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN
FURNISHED? Ninth Paue? Third column.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS ? Twelfth PAU*i-Fourth and
flflh columns
EUROPE? Nintu Page? Fifth column.
EYI-N aND EARS? Eighth Paue? Filth column.
EXCURSIONS ? Tw elfth Page? Sixth culutnu.
FACTORY PROPERTY? Second Pauk? First column.
FINANCIAL? Kiuiith Page? Fifth column.
FOR SALE? Eighth Page? Sixth column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Ninth Pack?' Third ami fourth column*.
FURNITURE? Second Page? Sixth column.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS? Twelfth Pace? Fourth
column.
HELP WANTED ? FEMALES? Eleventh Page? Sixth
column, and Twelfth Pace? First column.
HELP WANTED? MALES? Twelfth P age ? Third col
umu.
HOKSES. CARRIAGES, AC.-Fiest Pace? Thira, fourth,
tilth and sixth columns.
HOTELS ? Second Page? Fourth and fifth colnmns.
HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED? Ninth PAUE-Sccond
column.
INSTRUCTION ? Eighth Pace? Fifth column.
JERSEY CITY, llOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND
BERGEN REAL ESTATE FOR HALE ? Seco.n d
Pace? First column.
LEGAL NOTICES? Ninth PACE-Fifth column.
LOAN OFFICES? Ninth Page? Fourth column.
LOst AND FOUND? First Page? First and second col
umus.
MACHINERY? EiGHTn Page? 8lxttl column.
MARBLE M ANTELS? Twelfth Page? Sixth column.
MATRIMONIAL? Eighth Page? Filth column.
MEDICAL? Twelfth Page? Sixth column.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING? First Pace? Sixth
MISCELLANEOUS aDVERTISEMENTS-Tenth Pace?
Sixth column.
MIRCELLAN Ko L'S? Eighth Page? Firth column.
? MUSICAL? Ninth Page? Sixth column.
NEW PUBLICATIONS? Seventh Page? Sixth column.
PER80NAL? First Page? First column.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.? Twelfth Face? Sixth
column.
POST OFFICE NOTICE? EiGHTn Page? fifth 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 col
umn*.
REAL liSTATE TO EXCHANGE? Second Faoe? Third
' column. _ _ .
SEAL ESTATE WANTED? 8?coin> Pace ? Third column.
REWARDS? First 1'age? Second column.
SALES AT AUCTION? Ninth Page? Firit and second
columns. ? _
SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Page?
First, sccoud, third, fourth, fifth and sixth col
BITUATIONS WAN TED? MALES? TWKtrTH PAO?? Firit
column. - " ~ ?
SPECIAL NOTICES? First Page? Second column.
SPORTING ? DOGS, BIRDS, Ac.-Fihst Page- Third col
umn.
SUMMER RESORTS? Secokd Pace? Fifth' and sixth col
umns.
THE TRADES? Twelfth Pace? Third column.
THE TURF? First Page? Third column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES? Ninth Page
Thlrd column.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE? Twelfth Paof.? Fifth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Ninth Page? Fonrth column.
WANTED TO PURCHASE? Eighth Page? Fifth column.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OK
TO LET? Second Pace? First column.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS. AC. -Ninth Page- Fifth col
umn.
HKRAI.D BRANCH OFFHIE- UPTOWN.
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE,
1,265 BROADWAY AND 530 SIXTH AVENUE,
BBTWEEI* TlilRTY-FIRBT AND THIRTY-SECOND
STREETS.
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL f P.
M.), AT OFFICE RATES.
NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITH nEEALD AT 5
O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. NO EXTRA CHARGES.
PARIS AGEXCV OF THE NEW YORK
^ HERALD.
jj^KSSRS. KREMEE A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER,
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE
NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL
EBB WITH COPIES OF T1IK HERALD, AND ALSO
SINGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER TO PARTIES
REQUIRING THEM.
D
PERSON AL.
A LADY WISHES TO A DO FT A BOY OF 4 Olt 5
years of age. Address A. B., ho x 11H Herald ofllco
D*"~AN? YOU WON'T ' FORGET MURRAY'S MATINEE
Picnic next Friday, Hamilton Park, Sixty-ninth
street and Third avenue. EMMA.
EAR JACK Y? COME TO 175; NEVER MIND ABOUT
the D? i; you arc all right FKED.
LOKA? YES; BE aFroSK BANkI'ARK, CLIFTON",
Staten Island. Bring Jennie. Afteruoou and even
ing Picnic. MAY.
ARRY, ETEVIE AND FRED? COME HOMeT AND
all will be made right. JERSEY CITY.
INFORMATION WANTED? OF iTlLl.lAM BOAK EB,
formerly from East Pockham, Kent. England. When
last heard from was ai Galway, Putnam county, N Y.
rica?e address his brother, UEORGE BOAKEf), Pltl.-.
ford, N. Y.
iy.ZIE" AND TO "SILVIK"? WRITE AGAIN. AP
I J , ii- L
AMERICUs, box All Herald office.
MAY?I WAS AT THE APPOINTED FLACK MON~
day -, wain d an hour ; was sadly disappointed . uood
by. JOSEPH,
ILK "PUNCH KB? WE DINE TO DAY USUAL HOUR
at Fourth Street Hotel, West Fourth street
SOFT CRABS.
H
interview, tllve particulars to CHARLES
M
M
ONS. .?PERSONAL OBSERVED. THERE'8 A
letter for you at the general Post office. Mrs. K. O.
MY POOR. INJURED DARUNSIDON'TBE ANGRY
with me: know I was Indiscreet; will promise to
be more careiul ia luture. only trust inc.
ONE WHO LOVES YOU.
NO FAMILI A1UTV.? DO NOT RECEIVE ANY MORE
of your letters. What Is the reason? Are yon for
getting met Will try and do all you ask. What do you
8r? t mil to dot HARRY.
SWEET TOT-f SH ALLNOTBK ABLF. TO SEE YOU
to-day. Will explain when I meet you, m.v darling.
To day? wednesdayT at 11 o clock sharp.
J. WILLIAMS.
?rilE PAUTY WHO RELIEVED MRS. GERARD OF
J. her icwelrv and money will confer a favor by return
ing the tlcltcfs if the things are pawned : they are wel
Some lo the motley. Mrs. GERARD, 17* Forsyth street.
Tini.L YOUftO LADY WHO RECOGNIZED GENTLE
ST man In coupe, south Seventh street terry, Brooklyn
tide, about A o'clock P. M. 'I nesday. kindly address, in
honest confidence, FRIEND, Herald Uptown Branch
office.
TXTOLFERT AND SARAH" WEBBER.
?? All persons claiming heirship will please send
Ihcir address to P. W. SHUTE, Secretary, l>ox 5. 497 Post
?title.-. New York city. Country papers Dler-e copy. By
?rdcr of the Chairman. JOHN BRADY.
LOUT AM) FMl'ND.
i/tOUND? IN A TWENTY-TlTfRD STREET BTAO E A
I small sum of money. Call on B. F. KENDALL, 13
Broad street.
SH)UND? ON R ATU R DAY~ LAST, A GOLD CROSS, IN
Central Park Garden: owner please address CROSS
crald U ptown Branch office.
IOST-A CHINESE DOG. W I r II d I T HAIR EXCEPT
J a little on the top of his head and fret ; small sl/cd ;
Mor a dark slate : answers to the name of Major. $6 re
ward will be given for bis return to 58 East Forty-fourth
?treet, Smith's Hotel.
LOST.? $10 REWARD?? STRAYED OR STOLEN. FROM
A. H. Mills' boathouse. Penny Bridge. Newtown
Creek, iwo black Boats? one 17 foot working Boat, single
icnll, and one Vacht. Vail. The finder will receive the
above reward by sending information to the above plane
T o 8T- on Tun da Y,~?r h~ j una, a child's bldb
,!.J Eflgllfh Walking Jacket, from Central Park to
fclxt.y-fourtli street, in Third avenue cars. The finder
will be suitably rewarded by returning It to 4! North
Moore street.
IOST? ON MONDAT. JUNE !?. IN A CROSS TOWN
J car, between Orsn t cfrcet ferry and Ninth avenue,
a I'ockelliook. Will i lie Under address Mrs. J. M., Jlh
Ninth aveuue f
T OST-A SMALL, MCIOUS BLACK AND TAN DOG.
.1 J vrlth collar on. The finder will be liberally rewarded
by leaving him at 125 West Twenty-ninth street
T "ST?ON MONDAY. 9TH MAY, OH ROUTE FROM
Liberty street to Fulton ferrv, an Envelope, contain
!^l?J:eI,,y,1cu,e', o1 s'oeki notes, Ac. Retorn to A. B. TIL
roN, 95 Lllierty street.
I" OST-ON THL R S I > A Y, A GOLD LOCKET. WITH
i miniature and initials H. M. D. The finder will be
liberally rewarded by leaving it at Primary School No.
M, 75 Oliver street.
? OST-OOING DOWN BROADWAY," INArW EN TY
lJ third f trcet stage, on Tuesday afternoon. Kith Inst, a
lady s Pockutbook, containing a sum ot Money, two
1 ickets to Wallack's, Ac. The finder will be llberaily re
? iinlcd by retuniHig *ame or giving inlormatiou at
West Twenty -second street
I OtT-HOWARir BROOKR, ROY, 4 YRARB~OLD:
j long black hair, black eyes, gray panta and cap.
light apron, white stoekiag* and new buttoned shoes
An v one returning him to West Twenty-seventh street
win be suitably rewarded. DAN brooks
I* OB j? ON MONDAY, JUNB ?, NEAR TIIW naififf.
J Building, a small leather covered Book, eontaininK
nume?. Tin- finder will be rewnnled by leaving the same
?t the address ?t*mi>ed on titc c?v?r,
LUST AND FOUND.
I" ONT? YESTERDAY. IN TI1K VICINITY OK BEAVER*
J William or Wall 'trijet. it gold Locket, In book farm,
one siilr Mack enamel, containing the fiicture of an
elderly genllt&iaM. A suititbic reward will be raid to
the ftnder at the of*ee uf HENRY LUBAU, No. 5 William
Mmt
Lost? a large P'?ckktb?ok, containing let
ters and Paper* (a.,dr#*sud as below), of no value to
any one but the ownrr. A liberal reward will be paid on
returning same to t)TT<? MBYKR, .No. U? Cedar >treet.
1 OST-IN PACIFIC QB DEAN STREET, NEAR
J J Franklin avenue, hrofkiyn, a Memorandum Pocket
book, also yellow Envelope containing deed, papers, to.
A suitable reward will be gtVen If left with owner, 8NE
DhKER, 1,1**) Pacific street, Brooklyn.
CTOLHN-FRUM 171 PBARL STREET. A TRUNK CON
O taming ladies' and children's clothing. A liberal
reward will be puid lor Its recovery.
MWJUUH.
$n REWARD.? LOST, ON DECORATION DAY, A
? ' black and tan Slut; to be returned to 737 Seventh
avenue, bell 3.
<|>r REWARD.? LOST, ON MONDAY EVENING, A
<P'J small Scotch Terrier. Above reward will be paid
lor return of saiiio to 53 Went Eleventh street.
$<T> REWARD. -LOST, ON MONDAY, JUNK 2, A
-j whito Poodle Dog; answer* to the name ul Major.
Return to 115 East Nineteenth street.
REWARD.? BLACK AND TAN DOO LOST, ON
__ . Thursday evening; owner's name and address
ou collar. Return to 36 Hast Thirty sixth slrett
REWARD? FOR INFO.HMATION THAT WILL
<JplU lead to recovery of a Rowbont with red gunwale
and conper painted bottom, branded D. Hlackhurii. Ap
ply to DANIEL DUFFY, Quarantine, Kiaten Island.
<L 1 A REWARD.? LOST, A GOLD OXIDIZED RUSTIC
IplU Cross, entwined with gold leaves, between Wash
ington square and Forty-sixth street; possibly dropped in
u Filth avenue stage or Sixth avenue ear. The finder will
receive the above reward on leaving it at ?29 Broadway,
room 16.
REWARD-LOST, SUNDAY, ON FIRHT AVENUE,
$10
near Thirty-fourth street, a blue Skye Terrier
Slut, with irreen collar. Apply in store northeast corner
of Tnirtv-fourth street and First avenue.
diQA REWARD ? LOST. ON OR ABOUT THE 2D OF
<IP^U J uue, a $00 bill and some other money, enclosed
in an envelope, with lite owner's nauiu on tno outside.
The tinder will please call at 10!) Fulton and receive the
above reward.
REWARD FOR THE RETURN OF GOLD
Watch, with monogram "J. 11. n.," which was
lost on Broadway cars, coming down town, on Monday
night, from Central Park Garden. No questions asked.
J. M HOFFMAN, 191 Church street.
REWARD. -8TOLBN, ON MAY 31, A LIGHT
Ip?)U gruy Mare, dark mane and tail, about lfiWhands
high, scar on oft' side hind ankle ; also piano box top Buggy,
trimmed with light corduroy, running part painted wine
color, wiih black stripe; also cove red mounted Harness.
The above, reward will be paid for any information lead
ing to recovery. O. J. FROST,
Park Livery Stable, Peek skill, N. Y.
<J?1 CA REWARD? FOR THE RETURN OF ONE
ip L*Jl" sorrel Mare, spavin on both hind legs; one no
top Wagon, patent wheel*. and man not reluming the
same ; $75 tor tlie property and $75 tor the arrest and con
viction of the man. Apply to J. A. BURR, 190 Barrow
street Jersey City, or E. N. CHOW, 145 Sullivan street.
New York. *
I;
SPECIAL NOTICES.
?y-" n?T^yv' ^ 'V*<^VVV'" ? """
-THE AMERICAN REGISTER,
the most widely circulated of
llic American journals published
in Europe.
A capital medium for American
? advertisers addressing themselves to
European patronage
^dispensable t
the
8i , . ... _ ....
REGISTER will be received and single copies of the
may be obtained at the office of the New York
New York.
Indispensable to all persons visiting Great Britain and
le European Continent.
Subscriptions and advertisements for the AMERICAN
kgist;
paper m
Herald, ! ______________
Amass meeting of the mechanics and
laborers, lately employed upon the Central Park
and other public works, and all citizens In sympathy
with them, are requested to meet at Demllt Hall, corner
of Twenty -third street und Second avenue, this evening
at 8 o'clock, lor the purpose of taking into consideration
the reason why tlioy cannot be immediately employed
that they may have tlie opportunity to earn an honest
living far themselves and families. Eloquent speakers
will address the meeting. JAMES O'REILLY,
JAMES BE8TON.
MICHAEL HAPPY.
Committee, of Arrangements.
jj^LL OFFICERS, SAILORS AND SOLDIERS WOt'Np
J\. ed, rupture or injured, however slightly, can ob(
a pension by applying to Dr. K. H. JACKSON, lute sur
e.in obtain
N, late hi
gcion, United Slates Navy, No. 4 New Chambers street.
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RAWINQS OF THE HAVANA
and Kentucky Lotteries
on file at 1,307 Broadway, opposite Gilsey House,
Ranker and Broker.
Greenwich lodge, no. 467, f. and a. m.-the
members of Greenwich Lodge, No. 4(17, F. and A. M.t
are hereby summoned toasscuiblr at the Lodge room,
comer of fourth and Greene streets, at 2 P. M., ou Fri
day, the 13th instant, far UULiuirposc of attending the
funeral oi M. W. Jam's L. tiff, r. Tl. M., of South Caro
lina. Members will appear in black doilies, black silk
li.it and white gloves. M. B. ABRAHAM.-', Master.
v, m. B. Shots, secretary.
Havana lottery. -first capital prizes of
the drawing lOtli of June, 1873:?
No. 12,275 drew $100,000
No. W.73H drew JO.UOO
No. 2ft, 44C drew Sfi,000
No. 17,257 drew 10,KIO
No. 19,202 drew ft, Odd
No. 7,224 drew 5.Q0J
J. B. MARTINEZ A CO.. Bankers, 10 Wall street.
Post office box 4,665.
HAVANA LOTTERY DRAWINGS ON FILE.? CTRCU
lars free. Orders promptly filled. JOSEPH BAT KB,
Agent, 196 Broadway, room 4, Chatham Bank Building.
Morton commands ry, no. 4, k. t? stationed
at New York city.? Sir Kniirlit*:? You arc herebv
summoned to assemble at the Asy lum, corner Grand an'd
Centre streets, on Friday, June 13, at 1 o'clock P. M? in
Jnll uniiorm, to act ss escort to the Grand Lodge on the
occasion of the funeral ot late Past Grand Master James
L. orr, of South Carolina. By order.
George smith. Acting Commander.
P. E. GAftnuKH. Recorder.
VTEWS to the money makers-evep.v man his
IN own photographer. Pictures taken without a came
ra. Instrument. Materials-, Instruction and Specimen tor
$111. Patent applied tor. Seud orders to S. A. HOLMES.
836 Broadway.
FFICIAL DRAWINGS
KENTUCKY STaTE LOTTERIES.
KXSTCCEY? EXTRA CLASS HO. 373? J C? 1!), 1873.
33, 77. J!>. 23. ft 8. ft9, 63. 24, 70, 20, 26. x, 30, 29,
? UlTtTCBV- CLASS ISO. Vji?JVKK 10L 1873.
S3, 22, 7a ot, us, 3s, :n. to, !2, ?, 49, 9, 15.
SIMMONS A CO.. Managers, Covington, Ky.
Sill. I. ST COLLICK? FITRA CLASS NO. 273 ? JD-SK 10. 1873.
41. 58, 4?i. 77. 2:t, 61. 70. 13, 30. 45. 74, #3. 31, 19.
smci.sr coi.LruB? class no. 274? jcne If), 1873.
31, :s, 37, 41. 73, 21. Ml, 8, 14, 6\ 28, 20, (10.
SMITII A CO.. Managers, Covington, Kv.
Address C. HENRY, rare J. ('lute, Broker, "2oii Broad
way. Post nfliee bov 4,!Wtf.
OFFICIAL DRAWINO NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY.
KXTRA CLASS NO. 87 ?J I'SK 10, 1873.
38. 41, 37, 2rt. 17. 61. >if?, 27, 16, 10. 64. 12, I.
KORTU CAROUNA? CLASS NO. 8?? JVKT. 10, 1878.
14, 111. 2, 3d. 47, 78, 70, fly, 75, 41. 46. 71. 67.
GERKEN A CO., Managers.
LUTHY k CO.. Brokers, VZ Greenwich street. S. Y.
OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
Lottery lor the benefit ot the free School Fund?
Pernetual.
MoRNinii? Fstra Class 14*?? Jnsr 10, 1873.? <7, 4, 61, 22,
69. 55, 18, (2, 7, 36, 34, 5*. EvrMSo? CLASS l.rA? Joi?K 10,
18/3. ? 93, 23, 57, 55. 66. 47. 71. 64, 22. 36, :k1, 67.
COLE A CO., Managers, Chnrleston, 8. C., June 10, 1811
New York Post office, box 3,KW.
PEACE ON EARTH.? ANNIVERSARY UNIVERSAL
Peace Union to-day (Wednesday), Cooper Institute,
room 21. Addresses by Julia Wanl Howe, Virginia
Yaughan. Llllie Devereux BlaKt-. John B. Wolff, J. R H.
Willcox and others. 10:30 A. M., 2 and 8 P. M. Public in
vited.
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OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
Royal Saxon Government Lottery.
Brunswick Lottery.
City of Hamburg Lottery.
Prizes cashed and information given.
1 HEODOR ZSCHOCH.
Box 6,080 Post office. 1 16 N asaau street.
SWIMMING. DIVING, FLOATING TAUGHT IN SIX
lessons, at Universal Swimming Academy, 68. 60, 62
West Thirtieth street; also Itussian, Turkish, Sulphur,
Medicated and Private Baths.
ritHE
EVENING TELEGRAM
BVRNINO TELEGRAM
EVENING TELEGRAM
BVENINO TELEGRAM.
WILL THIS EVENING
WILL THIS EYE NINO
WILL THIS EVENING
WILL THIS EVENING
OIVE A FULL ACCOUNT
GIVE A FULL ACOOCMT
OIVE A FULL ACOOUNT
OIVE A FULL ACCOUNT
OF TUB JEROME PARK KACB8
of the jerome' park races
OF THE JEROME- PARK EACE9
OF THE JEROMK~ PARK RACES
AND NAMES OF ALL TIIE WINNING HOR3BB.
AND NAME8 OF ALL THE WINKING HORSES.
AND NAMES OF ALL THE WINNING HOBSE8.
AND NAMES OF ALL THE WINNING HORSES.
W~ AN TED? T H E AD D R ESS OF PARTIX8 WHO WILL
furnish Tea Lead or Lead Scraps containing Tin or
reftise Tin. Address, stating luwast price, H. L. B., 40 West
Eighteenth street, Newjork
r ANN STREET. -MULLHN'B SHOW CARDS AND
?) Signs far everv business, ready made and to order.
Orders by mall promptly filled.
<fcr;UO KQO f DRAWN DAILY IN THE LRGAL
lied Kentucky Lottery; Royal Havana
and K# ritucky circulars ftee; UJ^c. commission allowed.
Addross ha txv A CO. i office established 30 years). 174
?""?''way.
SPORTING? DOOS, BIKDN, &C.
A -FOR RALE, ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOQB,
? Birds, Ac. ; Mcdicines lor ail diseases; Prepared
Kood lor mocking tilrd.i. At B. G. DOVLVK, No SUreeno
street, near Canal.
IpOR KALK-A U KEENER DOUBLE LAMINATED
Qun, muulc loader, UMnch barrel, 8 pounds weight ;
cost 890; price, $?, including complete outfit Inquire
at261 (Irvene street
LV)K SALE? FIRST CLASH ?TbTTHR8 AND POINT
X1 ers, tetter and pointer Pups. Mack and tan Pups,
two black and tan Sluts and Dog, 6 lbs. weight, very line
breed ; Bull Terriers, two setter Sluts, two pointer Slut*,
out- Russian Hound. Particular attention paid to the
treatment and cure of diseases of all kinds. II. GARD
NER, ill South Fifth avenue, corner Priuco street
THE Tl'KKi
A XERldXN JOCKEY'tLUtf."'" "* ' '
SPRING MEETING, 1873.
WEDNESDAY, June II.
SATURDAY. JUiie 11
TUKSDAY, June 17.
THURSDAY, June 19.
SATURDAY, June. 21.
First race each day punctually at 3 P. M.
A. BELMONT, President
C. Wukatlt. Secretary.
A MER1CAN JOCKEY CLUB RACKS,
June 11, 14, ft. I? and 5l
Bale and speedy transit to Jerome Pari every six mln
NEW YORK AND HAR1.F.M RA1I.ROAD.
Jerome Park Rac?*.
June 7 11 14. 17, 19 and 91.
, te^&M.nTj &F m'* Mturofnli'alUr'the
special cars reserved for ladle,
cent*. ?
T> ROSPECT Ti" R K FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION
P mcokd VffJSBttbS* ivn " ? ??
PURSE No. $1,2?0? For horses that have net or beaten
3 Peter Manee enters b. m. Mury A. Whitne).
M Carroll enters b. g. Ben stnrr.
,1 DoBKrev. Jr., enters br.ft. i
II. W. llowe enters b. ni. Fanny Sptague.
J C. Suydain enters br. m Constance.
E. H. Hoard enters br.
FURSE No. 4? Four year-old Colt stake. u
A Patterson enters b. c. Baron Lull, by Happy Me
riTRSE No. (J, $30U ? Free for all running horses, mile
Bay Filly, dam MaMmi by He^niL
E. V. Bork enters bl^/j,R P'
PURSE No. 8, $1,000? For horws that have never beaten
2 :34
Pie too Hnyden cnter? b. n?. Lady Annie.
H. Harbeck enters br. g. Wlndeinirn.
W. Carroll enters ch. m. FHghland Mn'c! I.
j. Boiigrc v, Jr., enters br. m. Lldia Iicton.
J. Feck enters b. g. ( lothespjn.
J H Philips enters x g. Jack Draper,
j'. C. Baydam antersV. m. ? onst/inoo. ?-*
Aideit Goldsmith enters b.s. Abd?llah- ^ poo<j
Races commence each day at s o uoca, i>roun ,
TWsw"'U'UiW'
T?oo"f R SOLD AT JOHNSON'S, 1,187 BROADWAY, THIS
P??vS at 8 o'clock on Jerome races; also on Ath
letics and Philadelphia!, at Pliiladelph ^ JOHNSON.
. vutrIKH TO THE UTICA PARK ASSOCIATION
T LnJJ.ng l^e MeVttn?. June ?. fand^.are hereby
WS5pK t&SSBS
day, June 21. Send tot Pr?6|Jm^lej.ALiiEB, Becretary.
HOK8E8, CAHRIAOEIi
AT oiwKAUono3 Vamp and nkw^bk taitkr
EVERY O'CLOCK- ^ *
TWENTY-IOUR HOURS allowed lor trial
ON EYRRY HorM ?oldJwider^rraBtw^
*um ,u tmk ONL.Y AUCTION MART IN THE STAie.
?"vttSla KPEEDY AND HANDSOME SORREL trotting
ftciT'p'e^Mnt^dr^-r s^^i^'tefil^better 'tlia^i i'-.w)
^T~WS .jyiP hamiy ^S'an
My1 trailer ; fs* a"perlcct gt-nllcmaii'a road Horse,
*' sK' KDY0^eNbUVER"sTYI LI S I j" bay trotting
SS&^^SSSSSSSi
UfVn8^?AY GELDING, 16Jtf hlfih, 9 years old j prompt.
bandy driver J^arp traveller ; been driven by a lady and
%Vnvv AN
D h'ec^ND HAND Harness, horse Clothing,
Saddles Bridles, Whips. Halters, Ac.
ALSO SEVERAL OTHER Horses.
b ? f'ts^k VERP POSTPONED on account of weather.
5AVKA?v Ai-CTION MART and New York Tattersalls
. THE "BREWSTER WAGON," A
A * in all weight..ftr?l?^endr{vlng or speeding,
and embracing in their c,on *' r" V|, ^"rl.t 15*Ttt rV.Tns"' "g
nients Introduced by iistlurlng the past 1j yaars, inafc.4 k
tbe standard lor Quality
tbrmighont the United Maieii^ production of onr
In order that we may not l^.wl-^'ba^^dop^ed'i
K?,'iSp!wte wiu' rSnwmber th*t .?r ?IJ
are at the confer of Fourt?nth street,
and oni' only Fac.oiy --^TerTcO.,
ot Broome street.
?r~Z SECOND HAND CARRl>'iK?J.
A, We offer the following
One llKht Barouche.
One Omnibus Pliacton.
One Oonpelette.
T*0 Curtain ( oaches.
tine Catirlolet. French maM.
one half-top 4-seat PhaiU.n.
One hall-top G-aeat Phaeum.
One turn-out seat Phaeton.
One T Cart, and
Many of thl^^
condition. ^ ?Tenue, corncr Fourteenth street.
Anins
3"S6tettaB5K,
'Jfcjas rMKasr". ?
* ? V Vf *pC(>Rl TIV F. and without regard to weather.
Stock ON EX H IB ITU IN early on morning ot sale.
"T ?THE CATALOUUEd FOR THE HON^A-B. COS
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partlc'nlars, a* regard, tralna. He., seo catalorue^
a fs?ra 'ga sk?ms ?? urw?
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between Second and Third avenues. -
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der. having be?n us^buta?hortUnie^ ? East
~A NY PERSON HAYING A BAY HOH8E. 1? HAJtl 8
AorerWby\ddrfflg CLI^FOfeD. Herald Uptown
Branch o1IM.
AT NEW YORK TATTHB8ALL8, NORTH WBST COR
ner Forty second street and Seventh avenue, a pair
of closely matched bay Horses, I1U? hands high, ? years
<jild . sound, kind and good (tappers '"quire for ROBE
RAN tt,
HORSKK, CAIUUAORS. dtc.
A -JOHN D. HAMLIN, AUCTIONEER.
. UK BAT, IMPORTANT AND UNRESERVED SALE
BY AUCTION, ON THURSDAY (TO-MORROW), JUNE
IS. NO. 41 GREAT JONES STREET, AT 10 O'CLOCK
PROMPT,
of all the elegant and flue blooded Stock of Edwin Morean,
Kn., ol Madison avenue. well known to be a connoisseur
Of fine horses and would have none other, and who now,
by reason of 111 health of Mrs Morgan and the lom of his
only daughter, wlu Iiih entire turnout, without limit or
reservation, and goes abroad.
Teatnoi brown Oe Ming*, Versailles and mate. 15t? high,
6 nn<U7 yearn old ; the closest mated, tiuest driving and
be?t styled team In this state ; Versailles was bred at Ver
sailles, Ky., and Hired by Denmark, dam by Lex
ington ; hia mate was Hired by Ericsson and bred
by Colonel A. Thomson, near Lexington, Ky.,
and were mated by Dr. Herr in express orders
from Mr. Morgan's; the third time they were driven to
gether they showed 3:1)1. Versailles hasrecordof 2:4.1
when five years old: his mate, known ns the Thompson
Colt, had repeatedly trotted in 2:47 and i *8; they can
now show any day i?0. and have not been driven for
speed since last Kail, but have been driven with family
to phaeton and dog cart They have elegant style and
action, finely broken to nil harness and are warranted
sound and kind. This high bred, handsome, young, last
and attractive team must he wen to be appreciated ; they
are the finest gentleman's road team in the city, and for
family use the v have no superiors.
The elegant thoroughbred chestnut Horse, THE COUNT.
16 liamls nigh, 7 years old, sired by Lexington, <lam by
imported Albion; an elegant driver, lias all gaits to
saddle and can trot in to dog cart; one of the finest
horses in the city ; warranted sound and kind.
Also a fine hay Horse, l?'4 hlsh, 7 years old: formerlv
owned by E. S. Stokes; elegant style, and sale tor any
lady to drive ; Is Known as TKUNJJY : has been driven by
Miss Morgan the last year to jinny phaeton In Park; fs
warranted to beat 2 50, umf is warranted sound and
kind, together with top Pony Phaeton nnd Harness.
Also the unions and fas. chestnut trotting Mare JOSE
PH INK. 15)i high, 7 years old ; can beat 2.35: the finest
bred mare in the citv; an elevant roadster, and valuable
tor track purpose*; U warranted sound aud kind. Full
particulars at sale.
Also the fine and fnst dapple gray tvottlng Hor^n
PLATO, 16^i high, 7 years old ; an elegant and tino road
horse ; has great nam nil style, and a tine and pure gaited
horse ; can sliow 2 :40 or no sale, and warranted sound
and klud.
Also a child's Pony and pet, 13 hands high, H years old ;
sate tor the most tiinid lady or child to ride or drive and
is a perfect picture; one ot the handsomest, mo -it intelli
gent and best broken ponies ever seen.
Also one four-wheeled Dog Cart, by Wood Bros. ; nne
Phaeton, by Brewster; two fine road Wagons, by Brew
ster of Broome street: Pony Phaeton, with C springs and
fop ; two Bets of double ana two Sets of single, all mudo
by the celebrated maker Dunscomhe.
This is the finest stock ever oll'cred at auction in this
city aud nil will be shown in harness If desired and a
responsible guarantee from owner and auctioneer upon
fair triaf will be given.
Stock now on exhibition at stable, wfhere particulars
can lie ascertained.
A LOT OP nORSEH FROM TnE COUNTRY, FIT
for all kinds of business; one splendid team of sorrel
Horses, young ami sound. Inquire at Ml Canal street.
A .SECOND HAND RUMBLE l'HAETON, 1 ROAD
Wagon, by Stivers; 1 Victoria, a light side-bar top
Wagon and I .tagger, by Broome street Brewster; 1 top
sitic-bar, by CorbeTtr 1 second band Extension Phaeton,
10 second hand Rockaways, from $?? up ; one good Ba
louche. ?I25 ; one Sulky, $(10; 1 Westchester six-seat
Kockaway, *130; 1 top Express Wagon, flXfl; 80 tol) and
open pony Phaetons, of all styles and prices; 10 top
wagons, *75 up; single and double Harness, Sheets,
Whips, Nets, Ac.
WM. II. GRAY. 30 and 32 Wooster street
A
T QUR FACTORY in twenty. fifth street.
Second hand Carriages In good order.
TwoS-seat Rockaways.
Two 4-Meat Phaetons.
One Victoria
One Brett.
Top and no-top Buggies.
J. B. BREWSTER A CO.
AT GREATER BARHAINH THAN EVKR.
No. 8 Cortlandt street, near Broadway.
(Removed from 58 Liberty street.)
Fine assortment ol Phaetons, Buggies, Depot, Road and
Rockaway Warons, of the most approved style and best
make, now offering at
greatly reduced prlccs for cash.
Harness? ,<bout 180 sets of first class, all hand sewed,
verv low, to close consignments.
Sheets, Lnp P-obes, Dusters, Halters. Whips, Ac., in
great variety, all nt great reduction to suit thu times.
Don't think of purchasing before you call nt
No. 8 Cortlandt street, near Broadway.
A
AI.ADY, UNEXPECTEDLY CALLED OUT OF
town, will sell for two-thirds its value handsome
Park Turnout? a niilcmlirt bay Mare, 15W hands, it years
old ; sound and kind to harness or saddle; a C spring
top pony l'hteton, fine Harness, Robe, Sheet, Whip, Ac. :
allncw this spring, fall aud sec at private stable 210
West Thirty-fifth street.
HANDSOME TEAM OF KAY HORSKS-ltl HANDS,
6 and 7 years, with or without Landaulet, by Brews
ter, of Broome street, and Harness, by Dunscomb. for
sale at private stable, 22S? West Thirty-sixth street. This
team is one of thu most, stylish coupe or T cart teams
in the citv and are warranted in every particular. Ap
ply at stalile, or address ft, box 116 l'ost office.
A? FOR HALE? THE PROPERTY OF A WIDOW, TO
? be hold in consequence of the death of he.r husband ;
a very handsome coupe or driving Horse, 6 years old, 16)i
hands high, heavy mano and Ulie ; very stylish, tearless
of locomotives, and he is warranted to trot in 2 :46; war
ranted sound und Kind. Apply at No" 22 Amity street
AT THE WEST SIDE CABRIAOS REPOSITORY,
1,4'.* nil I M'J8 Broad way, will br found a large as
sortment of Kockn ways, Depot Wagons, Park Phaetons,
ton and no top Hugg.es, and, to make room, we will offer
a line, of leather top Pony rhactoiis at $2tU each.
AORKAT BARGAIN? FOR SALE-AV ELEGANT
black Horse, 15\ hands, with pony Phaeton, for
$650; has been drive iiBjr a ladv, and Is perfectly kind
and gentle, and can be driven in any manner, and Is
offered tor sale for want of use. Apply at basement 17
Wall street
Across matched team for rale.-a black
and a bay, long tails, nice manes, IT, hands high,
verv prompt and stylish drivers, kind and gcntlo in
tveVy respect; will be sold at half price. Also a beautiful
and itvlish brown Horse and open Phaeton, suitable for a
lady or gentleman to drive. Apply at No. 7 Murray
street, room 1.
A -SCOT RIDIKO RUGS, CREAM D RI VI NGO LOVES.?
A large variety of fine goods at extremely low price*.
UNlON ADAMS a Co., importers, WT7 Broadway.
V-SEAT ROAD WAGON. AS GOOD AS NEW. FOR
sale. Inquire at 150 East Fifty-fifth street. Will be
sold very cheap.
SECOND HAND ROCKAWAY, CHEAP? ALSO
Coach und Harness, together or separate; Sulkies,
Top ana No Top Wagons, Doctor's Phaetons.
C. 11. RAYNUIt A ?'?>., aij tirccne f'reet.
T LOWES ruon THAN BVBB BBVORB Of
fered, our immense stock of Carriage", comprising
every seasonable style of family Carriages und light Wag
ons, new ?nd second hand.
MANUr ACIUItERS' T'NIOV, Kls Brondwiiy._
MCE TURNOUT? CONSISTING OF HANDSOME
Mare. niund and geutle : used for ladies driving ; top
Buggv. Haraess. Ac. ; sold separately; pr.ee $4tA). Apply
at 27 West Twenty sixth street
?FOR SALE, A STYLISH YOUNG BAY MARE, lj
. hands; long tail and mane ; blark legs; fine driver
single or double; warranted perfectly kind and sonnd;
also a tine light srt of single anil doublo Harness: all the
above Ileitis the propertv ol a private gentleman, and
wi'l Le rold low. Apply to Coachman, at stable No*. 146
and 14* We?t Thirty ninth street, nenr Seventh avenue.
A-^FOR SALE, A NIC h\ 11 A V DmTmE^OENTLK BAY
. Mare. 15 hands; ladies or children can drive; price
$175. 23 Wooster street
BARGAINS. -LANDAU LETS. COUPES. CABRIOLETS
Rockaways, Pony Phaetons, Depot wagons. Buggies,
new und second hand ; all of finest designs. STAATb
BELL. No. 7 Washington place, rear N'cvv York n<>tel.
B -FOUR-IN-HAND MAIL COACH.
. We offer a London bnllt one, in superb condition,
with Lead Bars. Lunch Basket and Champagne Cooler,
aia verv reasonable price.
BREWSTER A ro.. *1 Plftli ??., comer fourteenth st
CARRIAGE MANUFACTUREl;S-J~COLYER A CO.",
) 598 Broadway.
Just completed, two superb Laedanlets, making a
complete Summer or Winter carriage; one verv light
for one or two horses ; guaranteed conal to the best A
large and varied assortment of all the most popular
styles on hand, at moderate prices.
CIARRIAOEH SLIGHTLY ~ DAM AGE D? G KE AT P.ARl
.' gam* ?New and second hand Carriages of every
oescription, elegant T Cart; Rutuble Phaeton, little
soiled, will be sold low.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, ?38 Broadway.
CARRIAGES, HORSES, HARNESSES, ALL nTVLKH*
comprising Coaches. Rockaway Phaetons and busi
ness Wagons, M'Ulng off cheap, at carriage manufactory
and stables of WITTY A CO., Nevins and Pulton streets,
Brooklyn.
F~OR SALE-AT LEADBETTER'R RTABLES, SEV
enth avenue, above Forty-flfth street, an elegant pair
ot black Mares, 8 years old. l#>i hands high; stvlish
drivers and excellent travellers; sound, kind and right
every war : also new set double Harness and Phaeton;
a nice tnrnout tor a family going to the country; will be
sold together, or horses separate, and cheap, as the
owner is shout leaving the eity.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BLACK PONY, WAR
ranteu lyntle, sound and true in every respect; 9
years old. with Harness and Grocery Wagon In perfect
order; must be, sold. Inquire of E. JASPER, 1:10 Cherry
street
JjlOR "SALE? ROCKAWAYS, VICTORIAS, TOP BUG
' gies, Pony Phaetons, Doctor's Bnggies, four-seated
haetons : cheapest in city. 1441 and 148 Eldridge street
near Tenth police station. DAY A SON.
OR SALE-AVBRY FINE GRAY COLT. 5 YEARS
old, 18 hands high; can trot in 2:46; warranted
sound and kind. Also three other fine Horses. Nos. .1
and 5 West Thirteenth street.
F~~o STa lb- a" sound, k iVd" and ORNTL E B LACK
Pony, hands, 8 years old : not afraid of any
thing-.goo't traveller: has been used for pony phaeton;
sold for want of use ; terms reasonable. Apply at LANE
A RIDABOCK'S stables, 317 West fifteenth street, or ad
dress J. U. F., 210 West Fifteenth street
lOK SALR-A HANDSOME HAMBLKTONIAN MARE.
_ 15\ hands high, 8 years old ; warranted sound and
JliMl; without fault, trick or blemish : a fast stepper; a
nice, long tail and good sty lest or would exchange for one
ot less valne. Can tie seen at SS2 Fourth street Jersey
City, one mile irom .lersfy city ferries.
FOR SALE ? A PAIR 1 Tf well bred, well
broken, fast and stylish yonng harness Horses. For
particulars address ROBERT MACE Y, Versailles, Wood
ford countv, Ky
Fob sale-pair bay horses. i>k hands, 7 and
8 year*: warranted sound and kind ; set double Har
ness, good as new.
BRUNS, MOORE A CO., 4M Broadway.
For salb-a fibst class clarence, in
splendid rannlng order ; will b^ sold cheap. Opera
Stable, 4* and 50 East Thirty secoud street
For sale-a bargain for some one -a vert
extra and stylish pair of blaek Horses, i?H hands;
proud and rangy driven ; wouUI make a handsome and
very reliable family carriage or coach team ; stand with
out tying, and right every way. 370 Hudson street, (bed
store, for two days.
I"' toft SALB-THE HA NDtToM KST ROAD" AND P H A R
1 ton Team in the HUte. IW hands, splendid tall,
fine knee action, and can trot In 3 nnnntes. are yonng
and sound : warranted perfect without blemish, price
A?Mrea A, IMi UeOlord avvuue. Bnmkivu.
IIORSKS, CAHRIAOE8. <WC.
For halm? a hark phaeton; seats four;
.Uho a Duaenburv and Van Duter top Wagon ; both
in One order. *pply at HR14JGH' stable, corner of Forty
?ccon J street ami Seventh avenue.
POR salb? an elegant bay ma ice, BIGHT
years old, 16 hands; warranted Hound and without
a Id' .wish ; can bent J tt, tingle or double. Also a lean
tifu! dark brown Saddle Marc, ll^i band , Ave years old,
sound and kind. 158 Kast Thirty second street.
IilOB SALB? A VERY FINh PAllt OK BAY HORSES,
lull 16 bunds high. 6 years old , sound und kind and
Ut every respect a good family team ; just arrived from
New Jersey. To be Men at Oarriioii's stable, corner
Forty -seventh street ana Broadway. it. HOPE.
IilOB SALE? CHEAP, A GOOD PLATFORM SPRING
Wagon, suitable for carpenter or milkman, inquire
fur ROBERT ELLMORE, at the office of South Brooklyn
steam Engine Work.?, near Hamilton Kerry.
For salb-a bbautiful germantown car.
riago ; sliding circular glass front; sears .-dx ; morocco
lined ; splendid condition. Apnly at ?l West Fifty-third
street, between Broadway ami Eighth avenue.
1J*OB RALE? A OBAY HOR8E, 18 HANDS, fi YBAB8
1 old; trot# in :'? minutes. A gray Messenger Colt, 14)4,
Sveursold: trow tn jU; both warranted. Call at 23'J East
Twenty-ninth street.
FOR sa i.k - -a SECOND HAND DOUBLE BABRBL
14 bore Sporting Uun. by Wosilcy Richards, in brass
bound inahoKanv case, complete; to be sold l<nv. Apply
toJUHN HKDWK l.u UI W ilium street, room 7. _
EIOR KALE-NEW X-SEAT BREWSTER (OF FIFTH
avenue) lioad Wagon, weighing 155 pounds; price
Applv at private stable, 172 Pacific street, Brook
lyn
I7?OR SAL!:? 26 SUPERIOR WORK HORSES. JUST
arrived this morning ; suitable lor all kinds ot work.
Apply at 176 Mercer street, near Blocker street.
IjlOR SALE? A GENTLEMAN'S TKAM ROAD HORSES,
' 15 2 high, 7 and 8 years old ; sou. id and kind and can
Hot In three minutes I, > the pole. At EBBll'T'S Stable,
Seventh avenue, corner Twenty-second street;
J^OR KALfc-3 CANADIAN PONIES, YODNO, ROUND
and kind; 14*i lo 15 hands; one -mall pony, lit lor a
boy, pricc (6& U)4 West Sixteenth aUcet, near Seventh
gveuue.
For sale-ob will exchange for liquors,
a new three-seat extension top platform Barouche
and a heavy draught llo'se, H \ears old, 17.VJ hands high ;
weighs 1, 6110 pounds; souud and kind. Addrebs HENitY
A. SAYi.K, Eastoii, Pa.
FOR SALE-TWO ELEGANT AND VEllV SIYHS1I
rond Horses, bay and dappled chestnut; kind iu
single or double harness. elegant under saddle ; can trot
in about three minutes, and warranted sound and kind;
sold together or separate on account of death ot owner;
also Victoria Dog Cart, Road Wagon, single and double
Harness. DUNELKY, l;it West Thirty-ninth street.
flOTt SALE CHEAP? V VI KY KINK TKAM OF GEN
flcmen'M Roadsters, 15* j hands hi:;h ; souad, kind and
gentle, close matched and illsposltionod alike : a lady can
d five them : can trot in three ininutrs together; do not
null or tret, and are one of tho most pleasant and re
liable teams in this city ; are not afraid of anything, and
can travel 50 miles a day without fatigue ; ul?o a Duscii
bury A Van Dnzer light Top Wagon and set of single Har
ness. lu II rst rate order; both used but a lew limes. Ap
ply at KBBITT'rt stable, corner of Twenty-socoua street
and Seventh avenue.
For sale cheap? splendid new, light,
double Harness; also a nearly new Track Harness.
At private stable, 214 West Thirty-fifth street.
IilOR SALE CHEAP? TWO FINE NEW CITY MADE
1 top Buggies, one Jump scat, tor carrying two or lour
perrons, at No. 241 East Kitty-eighth street, between Sec
ond ana Third avenues.
C10R SALE CHEAP? AS THE OWNER HAS NO USE
r for him, a beautilXil bav Hainhletonlan Horse, 16.1,
hands high, 7 years old ; fine action, good stepper. In
quire lor MARSHALL'S horse, at Brigcs' stable, Seventh
avenue, corner Forty-second street, or at 48 Warren st.
POR SALE CHEAP-THE CELEBRATED TROTTING
Horse Black Prince, 8 years old, 15*, hands high;
warranted sound and kind; can be driven by a lady:
must lie sold, us owner is going to Europe ; also Koad
Wagon. Call on Mr. MULLANY, 266 West Thirty -ninth st.
For sale cheap-one" team horses, is hands
high. Sand 7 years old. Apply it I1H Ludlow street
(TREAT BARGAINS. ? IN CONSEQUENCE OF RE.
r building part of our premises, we oflcr our entire
stock seasonable sty'cs new and sccond hand Carriages
at greatly reduced prices.
manufacturers' union. 688 Broadway.
Good pasture for horses in Cornwall, o
C., at $6 per month. Inquire of F, P. KNAl'P,
323 Greenwich street, corner Duane.
HARNESS.-A LARGE ASSORTMENT, ALL kinds,
mv own manufacture, at low prices; Horse Sheets,
light Summer Blankets, Lap Dusters, Klv Nut*, Ear Tips,
Riding Saddles and Bridles, Whips, Spurs, Currycombs,
Brushes, and everything In the horse line, cheap lor
cash. You can save inonev by purchasing tlie above line
of goods at my establishment E. B A ItTLETT.
82 Warren street, corner College place.
Harness.? one set second hand DOUBLB
coach Harness, silver plated, for sale, at private
stable 21? East Thirty -fourth stroet
Harness, saddles, horse CLOTHING, CAR*
rlage Robes, I*ap Dusters, Fly Nets and a largo
variety of Saddlery Uoods always on hand.
C. B. SMITH A CO.,
40 Warren street. New York.
Horses wanted? for their keeping; one or
two kind Horses, by a family, to use in the country;
good pare will be taken. Apply al lll.'t Chambers street.
Horse wanted. ? n rst class chbomos, in
handsome gold Iranies, to fi chance for a Horse or
Wagon, or both ; can make selection from large assort
ment. 83 Nassau street, room 16.
I WISH TO PURCHASE A PAIR OF CARRIAGE
Horses-Must be stylish, young, hound and well
broken; must tie cheap lor cash; no lanc.v price" consid
ered ; no communications noticed unle?s lull description
is given, with lowest cash price, and where to be seen.
Address LEGITIMATE, Herald office. Owners of liorses
in the country and city please answer.
Must re sold to day? one coupe rockaway,
$135; one city made Doctor's Phaeton, $W>; one set
city made Harness, $1& Apply at H6 Walker street
PONY rBAXTOB? LEATHER TOP; BEST MAKE;
nearly new ; to be sold cheap. Stable 215 West Forty
11 rst street.
PARK PHAETON? SIX.SE AT: BEST CITY MAKE;
in good order; cheap, at stable 241 West Forty-iirst
street.
PRIVATE CARRIAGE HOBSES.-CHOICK PAIR
bays, 16 hands. 7 and H years old, One roadsters, sound
and kind, every way desirable and cannot fail to please;
owner selling out will sell cheap. Stable 215 West !''orty
flrsl street
PASTURE FOR HORSES, NIIAIt BY, Piilt MONTH
or season ; plenty gra?s and water; good attendance.
For terms apply at 162 Broadway, room 6. from 12 to 1
o'clock. ?
Pasturage for HORSES,? Tint best of grass
and clear running water In every tleld. Refer to
L. H. Mraley, veterinary snrgcon, Thirty- -evrnih street
and Broadway, and G. Seaman. 106 West Fortieth street
J. PAGAN, Port ltichiuond, L. I.
P~ UBLIC SALE OF T ROTTI NgIsTOCK - D~U ." UNDER
WOOD will sell at public auction, lor Edwin Thome,
Thorndalc, Dutchess countv, without reserve, 40 head of
tlrst class Trotting stock, on Thursday next (12th lint.)
The 8 A. M. train on Hudson River Railroad will connect
at Dutchess (unction with train forThorndale (Mlllbrook
station). Parties attending the sale can return to New
York the same evening.
PONY PH A BT4 )NS? EVERY DESCRIPTION, POPU
lar prices; depot Wagons In great variMv, two ele
gant six-seat extension-top Phaetons, Park Wagons,
ll ;ht Rockawavs, low prices.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION. ?tM Broadway.
SECOND HAND BIGHT-SPBING LANDAU. VERY
little used, lor sale low. at BREWSTBR A CO.'s-, ?4
Fifth avenue, corner Fourteenth street
SECONlTlfAND AN O SLIGHTLY SOILKD CAR
rlage s, bargains; T Cart English Dog Cart, Depot
Wagon, several Rockaways, top and open Buggies, .jump
seat Wagon. Ponv Phaeton.
MAMKACTUKKItS' UNION, fTW Broad tvav.
TABLE T(7 LK T-SE V B N I EE N T H S T K E ET, BE
tween Broadway and Fifth avenue, modern Stable,
with plenty room for tour horses and carriages ; coach
man's room, arc. Inquire ol F. M. BIllD.39 liuon square.
SUPERIOR IRON ~STAliLB' FITTINGS.? PARTIES
about to hnild new stables or refit old ones are in
vited to call anil inspect specimens ot all th" most ap
proved kinds manufacturcc! in our own workshops.
JANES A KIRTLA BP. Nos. 8, 10 and 12 Keade street.
SADDLE IIORSE WANlto ? MUST BE WELL
trained, for gentleman; quiet; rotrlckj. Address,
with tuil description and lowest pricc, E. B. , box 754 Post
office.
SINGLE TRUCK FOR SALE CHEAP. -CALL AT M2
Eighth avenue, corner Twentv-eighth street.
THE ADYBBTISBB WISHES TO PURCHASE-AT a
lair price, a good road II orse. Top Buggy, Harness
Blankets. Ac. Any person having a complete Turnout
for sale may address. Mating price. L. K., Herald otnoe.
THE FOLLOWING' SECOND HAND OABRIAOBS,
having been taken In trade, are offered low
A Brewster, ot Broome street, open Wagon.
A Corbett top Wagon, almost new.
A turnout seat PhaeUin. by Corbett.
a curtain Coach, In good order.
57 West Forty-fourth street.
Tcart. bt j. r. Lawrence.
DOG CART, BY BREWSTBR, OF BROOME STKKRT,
AT PRIVATE HALE AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MAM,
10 TO 26 l.YTH STREET. NKAR UNIVERSITY PLACE.
Trotter for sale? has beaten i x> and can
pull a road wagon at a 2 40 gait ; 7 vears old ; out of
the best trotting stock, warranted every way. M Unl
verslty place, in store.
T) OOUNTrF hoTKIToOtaBLE KKIpfttsT-roR
sale, 2 six seat Park Phaetons, in good oraer.
P. B. MASTEKStiN.
corner Fifty-ninth street and Seventh av.. Central Park.
TO~ LET -A NICK STABLK. WITH FIVE STALLS,
and carriage house, lu West Thirly-flrst street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth avenues. Apply to H. J.
LIPPE, 256 West Thirty first street.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE-IMPORTED" OR DO
mestic Liquors or Champagne for a goud working
Horae and Truck and a good carriage Horse. Apply to
Mr. BOND, 161 West street, first Hour.
VICTORIA H>R SALE-LIGHT AND IN GOOD
order; price $140. II. BURR, >ri Mercer street.
WAGONS Ft)R SALE CHEAP-ONE EXPRESS. ONE
Grocery, one Milk, one Plumber's and oue light
Basineas Wagon. At 2J6 Spring street corner of Clarke.
WANTED-SOUND CARRIAGE HORSE. ABOUT ISk
hands high. Address, with full description and
price, P. D., box U9 Herald office.
WANTED? STALLS FOR SIX HORSES, ON TH K
wast side, below Fourteenth street, with room for
trucka. Address box 164 Post office.
WANTED? A TEAM OF BAY IIORSRS, l:,V OB 16
hands most be good steppers Addrtfe B. H.
STIRLING. Ugiald office
HOKSKs, CAEEIAGEi, 4fcC.
WANTED ? V DRIVING HOUSE. Mt'ST BE GENTLE
anrt ktn.1 ; for lady's use , toj. Chant, in and Harnett;
bought together or separately. as inducement* may ofler.
Address stating terms, box I'ost oittce.
IV ANTED? A GROCERY W.MioN aN[> ONE HORSE
?T Truck. In good order. Cull at No. t; William at,,
corner Beaver, basement office.
7HOMU Ml'ST BR (OLD u.N account ok a
dfatli in the family; as the owner lias to no home;
to lilt sold cheap. Apply at Id) W a h.ngioii street.
AlO.t-FOR S \ LE, BROWN MA HE, l.V, HANDS;
?P 1 ~ii), great endurance ; well bred sound. kind an I
(jLt PA RNSWoRTH'fi Stable,
West Mftv -fourth street. near Broadway.
u? H n floip nORSE 8 YEARS, 10 HANDS; WAR
r'aaied sound, kind an.l trim; Dark Brown,
very stylish, 7 years. HiV, $^J|); must bo Mid. Apply at
216 West Thirty-Brat strool __
ITaa for a bay MORGAN HORSE, carriage,
$500 Harness, Blanket* and Whj(i ; can be driver*
in- a lady. Inquire at l> UNDfcRHlLL t> stuble*, j. La
tayet'.e place. .
DRY GOOD*.
4 T SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, J'Juui VALii
J\ leant >ido), near Twentieth street ? NhVt ARRIVALS
III beautiful designs, JUST IMIHIRTKD, anioiw 1
TAJ, a most fascinating novelty. ^ecorn n^' to all ti?nrw.
adapted to any material, especially ?c?ii .ibUin
goods. Patterns, Willi eMIi mode K
u rns fitted to the form. W AKRAN I I I' J Hub F.( r cut
tinii and basting by our solos. '?>' 1 1 '.'J? '''i' '
TKATKI) PATTERN BAZAAR is .ir.-T IM'T lul' Stlllj
mer, tilled with all the novelties, descriptions ?nj In
structions of fashions. Subs r In- lor M. Ou J ONB
DOLLAR a YEAR. Premium* oi Si Id patterns got n.
A. Bl'RDETTE SMITH. ?'? Broadway. New korK.
rj.VRI^.? AU COIN Og, RUE.
?? No. R Rue Monte Sjjulett.
16, 18, 2U and 22 line iles Hons Cnlants.
near the I'alais ltoyal.
Groat Emporium of Fashion.
Known for nearly thirty >~ai?for the excellence, t o%
tuste and modest price oi each article.
India and French Cashmere Shawls,
Silks, Luce Goods, Mantles. Oostuni ?. Party Hrpsse*.
Ready-made Underclothing. Wedding
Babv Linen, Gloves, Perfumery, lancy Articles.
Tlir largest, most varied and cheapest stock in I arts.
KILLINERT AM)
A NEW 8TYLB OF SDN H v r -. AL80 THB LATKST
A style i of round Hats, just received at Madarto C.
HE I.ACV'S, HS2!= Broadway, near Mnetccutli str-el.
OO WEST NINTH STBEET. ? MADAME ORENIKR
?$?j makes elegant walking and evening Dres?e.s in the
latest ParLian style, at short notice; charges lets than
other reliable ilres-niakcrs. Mo Sign. _
Bl'SlNUS* OHPOKTl XlTlKSi.
T'g| IBSTANTIAL milling Bi SIN ESS WTHW
A cltv established IB venrs, will be sohl tor tWW>, or
exchanged for good real estate ; $1'>,UOO ill addl^o" rc
iliilred as worklug capital ; a very rare opportunity, in
viting a thm-^h pe street. _
i N ESTABLISHED wrsi NESS. DOING AJttT RE;
J\ muneratlvc city and country trade, lor sale lui $'???>.
r-a- " or "clling party lias other business and not able
to\uend to both; net protlUlast year over ?:i,W; a lull
fesOTvsjSiffiha&ss. aKgaKP8*"""
Atzsm ?f?ssss^ffl?S!aS
ALEXA.VUb" W?I"l??jj?A''5|4S^
. unv nni" WfT~BC8lN BBS ON BROADWAY DE
A sires the loan of $a0tl ; ample security anil goou In
tcrinst g'Heil Aildfc s A. H ALU, xOS Third avenue.
~ ?oTTS3 "Can tTiffl $2,iW> t^iSit CA^ff al can
A. peeurc a position worth Si ,5tH)
but principals, with unexceptionable reWrcin.e?,
addre.su Pi.OSPKRlTY, Herald otllce.
? PARTY W -VNTKD WITH $2'),<)0(?, TO JOIN A (JOOD,
A Mp"eu,ednmu'in a bigTly re spec^able . levant
anil profitable business. Addrui A. c. K., Herald p
town Branch office. . _____
A WHOLE OH HALF INTEREST IN A (!OOD, LE*
A gitnnate, established and profitable burines?; capi
iTil reiiiiired from SJ.OOU to $4,0W, to loin agood, e*l'?ri
enced man, with the same iinimnti proWi l>" ?n'inm
about $7,006. Callfor Interview or address EOWA11I), 118
Fonrth avenue.
4 ? S2'. Oil) WANTED, SPECIAL OR ACTIVE CAl'J
A. tai'to increase manufacturing in eBi*li,l{j?i},uSr^ ?7o
Lrtdleo' Frcnch Shoe House. Apply to JEKPEK. , 1,179
Broadway. ?
~~i SPLENDID POSITION. WITH AN INTEREST IN
A a cash business, to a sober, steady ','4_VJ^1' *
cash cnpltal of 91, OA). Apply to flSdON. M Bioodwaj,
olllce if.
AN EAST SIDE CORNER L'Ql'olt STORK VERY
SNXX.r&T f.r n'kVn
A RARE CHANCE.? FOP. SAI-K. A VERY NICK
wp. 1 is 11 j-jiut mill iiartlv lurninlicd Houm6? one or
three yetxi ltifl? : Very (food buunt** done > for yt-arn;
got)d rett.-uii lur ?eilin(;. 1'ail on owner at 512 Sixth avenue*
a ? AOlUTIoNAIi CAPITAL PMci KBD
lor merchants, manufacturers anil others: real estate ex
PC.VSl! .Warn? fe PrSiment Mutual Benefit Saving.
Bank ; K. H. (ierbutt A Co., leai and Coffee, Warren
street, Ac. QRIQOS, tTARLKTON- A CO.,
Finan''iai an i BmIb m? Ageuta, 96 Broadway
A PARTNER WANTED? WITH $5 000. IN A WHOLH
A sajo and retail drug house, now doing n igood busi
ness; profits large; bustuess sale. AddierS RHUBARB,
Herald olflcc. ? ___
"7 PARTJfl K WANTED? IN A PLEASANT CASH
A iiusiness; one with a lew hundred dollars to l?jve*?
In business preferred. Parir'itlars and Iniormatlon w itli
WESLEY WEBB Fit. 92 Broadway. .
I "m- -INK" ?' OPI'liltTI NI I V SI LHOM OI I KKKII -
A The entire 8lo -k and Fixture, of a first class Uelnrer
ntor Manulactory ; small .7^ ('in' !o''o' ij
Diamonds or other Personal Piopert). (ail on o, au
dress REFRIHIiRATOR, ?S MaCdoligal street.
A SLATE OF ARRYINO AND M A N I'F Aim' Rl Nt t
bn infss, iii successful operation, reuiilres a partner
with $15,000; profits over K) per cent ; largo or<iei-s,de
tnalid unlimited; with extension of facilities now in
progress pndltsjsn Ij'kJiSc; ll'liRH OFF, 41 Broad Mreet._
isi.ii vuu RHKAP. OR EXCHANGE loK HURT*
} KB?-'s or Property? A a years' asialillshed Light
Staple .ilanuiacturing Business ; easily managed, prolit
able aud will bear InvesU^t^.. ro ^ ^ Hr(>nilw,y._
M,m Slj i OR EXCB A NOF.?HALr INTEREST IN A
H standard Monthly Publication; low price askerf;
h?ve other business; must s-dl; line opening lor miiuc
body. 40 Broadway, room 44.
i WHoLF.SAI.E AND KKI'AIu BUSlNBSM (EH
1 talillslied t(i\earfi> In Crockery ^'nre, Ar_. for sale;
(lecuiiies one ol the finest store* in the state, JixljilMt,
at a moleraie rental ; Vrlc*>nf.:'?JJ CARLlffoN
eriy taken In exchange. APP>. (iltiuus, iakli-ivh
A f'O. , '.<9 Headway.. _ ? T
O" LD ESTABLISHED PORK AVD I'KOVIPIOM PTOBK.
doing a good biisini is. with Routo ; fine location ,
good lease, low rent ; cheap for c ish ; will take a partner,
goou lease, ,u"A,JB(Jf r A , , i .M2 llroadway, room 13.
MIiY A LITTLE PATENT? Bt'T A FORTUNE IN IT
surelv; unique, genteel and eminently tucfnl.*
first class partner wanted, with Mine ' capital, , '^jj1
tins market. Call at O. E. (ilHKIKi ofllci , 143 Broad
way. ?
Partner wvBtTKD in a first class, leoiti
mafe and wholesale business; established 20 yc?rs|,
large iradc. ?llh cash CUStome^^^^tigatt^
T>A RTN KR WANTKD ? TO TAKE THE PLACE OF A
retiring partner ; old established business, paying,
very large, only $400 required. Address W. D.,box 163
Herald office.
?\R'I.NF.K WANTED ? WITH $>J ????. I" MA.NIFA?'
ture article needed in every family; princ ip?l?o"'J
with name and address plea-i! reply; profits $ii),w?i
veai lv. Address box 3.7M Post office.
m -AN OLD- P. ST ABLI 8 H E D iIR" h'KRV Bl'slShSS
1. lor sale, owing to the owner retiring: goiid stoelt;
Horses, Wagons, l-ixtures and everything eoiaplete ror
ivtsirs
Broadway.
U'ANIKD-, AM ACTIVE PARTNER, WIT^. ftWJTO
W tw.ooo. to ioin advertiser in an
Ing and ex. haiigu business. Address BRoKfcR, Herald
office, for three days.
Al-ANTKD-AN A i TIVF. VAN WITH MOO, A^ PAR1
W ner III the produce and provision business; estab
lished fouri.-en vear?. Apply at r.-3 Broadway, room 3.
tirANTED-A MAN, WITH FROM $S,?*> TO $6,fW>,
VV to whom a good situation will be given, together
wlfi securi.v and interest for amount Invested. Address
W F. .1 . box 3.8f>s New Vork Post ofiloe.
iir anted? $i#vm). Special capital, in a new
YY York firm oi iwetity years' standing, whose senior
nartner desires to retire; the business, Importing and
tobtiiug has always been ?n<-ccwfol anil Is done wholly
for cash; the adrerther would offer the special nartner
twelve per cent Interest on his capital and indemnify
hin, against any loss whatever until the general capital
shall all have been sacrificed, money Is safer iu a good
buslne-s than outside. Address TRCF-MAN, Yonkers, N. Y.
tO|M -WANTED, A CASHIER, WITH THR
JJhJJUU above aniount.m one of the largest Picnic and
Measure Grounds In the sute; good wages and steady
employment giveu tor ouc year. Address O. R., box iro
Herald ofllce.
AOCA WILL PURCHASE A NIi'K
Ip^?)U loon ; low rent; five years' >eaw. <?H and see
lor j uurself. npp<Mlite xenth Avenue Railroad depot. ^
will pay $5.00') per aunutn. W7 Broadway, room ^7. call
tiomJiol2A.fi. ?
II 000 -KSi'i goWVeTs^or ,heITn.htTmJ*
Sis Isan excelTeut opportunity. Full particuUn at 71?
Broadway, room No S. ?
rXt\ -PARTNER WANTED, IN A SAFE TA8R
SI .500. bn.tness that will pay $3,on0per annum.
fnirlte w airf i>articulars at ISl Broadway, roam W, ail.r
lOu'oloct . ? ? m? ? ? ?
iTVifiift -partner wanted to scperikteni*.
Sl.OUU. the Olllce during business hoors, tor the
most salable little article ever patented Apply, Ihla
day, from II to 8, at !W Broad "treet, room 7.
i* J (U\l\ -PERMANENT SITI MION, $i-"> 2>
SiJi.nUU. week, to good utile, man, c ipabi. .. loan
tng $2,00i? on security lor l?l days. For alteof'.Mi send
real addiess to UENtlJiE, IWraiil ofllce.

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