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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13,445. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1873.-TRIPLE SHEET.. PRICE POUR CENTS. IUKCT4BV IW UTBTIHXS. AMUSEMENTS? flam** PMC? Fifth and sixth columns. Abi ro loo y? Second P*o?-Kour n column. BILI.IARPB? SECOND PAC*-Fltth COlUUIM. BOARDERS WANTED? Twelfth Pauk? First column. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED? Twelfth Pace? Ktr?' colnmu. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ? Second Pmi Urst column. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES? Fibs* Pace? Fifth and aixth columns. BUSINESS NoTICES? Seventh Pack? Sixth column. CIO A PS AND TOBACCO? Kiasr Pack? Second column. Cl > Y REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Second PAOt-Flrst column. CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Eleventh Page? Filth col umn. CLOTHING? Ninth Paoe? Firth column. OOAOIPMEN AND GARDENERS ? I.lktbnth PAOE-Flftb and sixth column*. CO AS rWlsE sTEAMslI IPS? Twelfth Page? Fifth and sixth columns. COPAliTN f.Rsll 1 t'8? Nintu Page? Fifth column. COUNTRY BOARD? Twklitii Pauk? Second column, f "tV HOODS ? First Page? Sixth column. D < HLLt.NO HOUSES nj LET, FURNiSHED AND UN FURNISHED -Second Pack? Third column. fcL'i:OP..AN STEAMSHIPS? Twelitu Page- fourth and filth columns. EUROPE? Second Page? Fourth column. EY En AND l^ARR? Ninth Pack? Filth column. EXCURSIONS? Twelith Pack ? Sixth Column. FACTORY PROPER'! V? Second Pauk First column. FINANCIAL? Ninth Paos? Fourth and fifth columns. FOR HALE? Ninth Pack? sixth column. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? second Pack ? hird and fourth columns. FURNITURE? Ninth I'ACK-Fllth columu. FHENCII ADVERTISEMENTS? lii.uvb.iTH PACE-Slxth column. HELP WANTED? FEMALES? Elstenth PAus-Fourth column. OF. LP WaNTED? MALES? Eleventh Page? Sixth col umn. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.? First PAOE-Thlrd, lourth and flftb columns. HOTI.L8? i weli-th Pace? First and second columns. douses, roums, ao., wantbd-secono Page? Fourth column. SNSTRDCTION? Fiiwt Pace? Sccond column. LB8HY CI V, IIOBOKEN, HUDSON CI i Y AND BER UEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? second Pace? First column. LOAN OFFICES -Second Paqe? Fourth column. LuST A.sD FOUND? First Page? First and second col umn*. MA'- UiNBKY? Nihtii Pace? Sixth column. MARHLE Mantels? Tweli-th Page? sixth column. -l, MEDICAL? Second Page? Fourth coluuiti. T WILLI . ERY AND DRESSMAKING -First Pauk? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Tenth Pace? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS? Ninth Paoe? Filth column. MUSICAL- Second Pace? Sixth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS? SETENTn PA(iK-Sixth|column. ^EW.> PAPERS ? Second Paok? Fifih column. PERSON AL-Fihst Pace? I irst column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC. ?SECOND Paoe? Filth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES Elevkntu Pace? Fourth column. ? , PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR RALE OR TO RENT? Second Pace? First and second columns. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE-SkCOND I'AUH-Second and third columns. REAL ESTATE WANTED? Second Pace? Third column. REWARDS? FfkST Pack? Second column. BALES AT AUCTION? Twei.itu Pace? Third and fourth colutnnsi SITUATIONS WANTED? FF.M ALES? Ei.ktentu P?oe? First, sccond, third and fourth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Eleventh Page? ' Fourth and flftli columns SPECIAL NOT ICES? First Pack? Sccond eolamn. SPORTING? DOOS, BIRDS, AC.? First Pack? Third column. BUMMER RESORTS? TwELrre Page? Sccond and Third columns. ?HE TRADES? Eleventh Pare? Sixth column. HE TURF? First Page? Third column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES-Second Page Third column. _ TRAVELLERS' GUIDE ? Twelfth Page? Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMf.NTS TO LET? Second Page? Fourth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET? Second Pack? First co umn. TACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC. -Ninth Pack? Sixth col umn. nOALD OHAjVCIl OPFICE-IIPTOWN. DVERT1SEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD DECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, J,2M BROADWAY AND 630 SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN nilRTV-FIRST~ AND THIRTY-SECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL 9 P. M.), AT OFFICE RATES. NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITH HERALD AT 5 O'CLOCK EVERY MORN I NO. NO EXTRA CHARGES. PARIS AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. ?j^Efe'SRS. K REM BR A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER, HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE HW YORK nERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL I RP WITH COPIES OF TIIE HERALD, AND ALSO t INGLE NUMBERS Oe'ViUS TAPER TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. H |-KKSO\Al.. ARRY, STEVIE AND FRED? COME HOME AND all will to msdc right JERSEY CITY. HARBT T. B-YOCR PLACE IS STILL OPEN FOR vou if you retiu-n at once. How can you remain longer with one who lias so abused your father's hospi UlityT T. C. INFORMATION WANTED-OF PATRICK HAVEY. J. who served his time in the United State* Annv and *ras last heard from through a comrade named Lee, about three weeks ago : was then a ca; tie driver in Say nort, Texas. Any information will be thankiully re ceived by his aunt, SARAll COUGULIN, 431 Clinton ave nue, Brooklyn. N FORMATION WANTED? OF A FAMILY" NAMKD Mooncy, natives of Otdway, Ireland. Had a brother, Martin, who left Oldham, near Manchester. England, ?bout nine years ago. Please address J. BROWN, Herald office. IF MISS ANNIR M. BARRETT CALLS AT 107 EAST Broadway she will hear something to her advantage. ATE SH~ON-l~ WISH TO SEE YOU.' ADDRESS to usual box station D. MAY? NOTE RECEIVED. WILL MEET YoU TO-DAT (Friday), at 1 :30 P. M. ; cannot come at your hour. Faithfully. ____ JOSEPH. _ XTELLIE? EIGHTH AVENUE CARS. POCKET CI IN phers lor telegraphing can be obtained at 278 Pearl street ~~ O-DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK, AT THE OLD PLACE. A. T. TIIF^^LADY TI'AT ANSWERED *' W ASH IWJTON," from Staten Island, will And letter, directed as re quested. Absence fom the city delayed sooner reply. HOMAI ALK1SON, WIM) IS MISSING THF. LAST Ave months.? His whereabouLs will he kindly accepted ot by his wife. Iiy calling at 23 Cedar street. WILL TIIK LADY. IN BLACK AND WHITE STRIPED dress, who recognized two gentlemen at the Uen tral Park yesterday and then took the sixth avenue cars, sti'te where an'intcrview can be had? Address YOUNGER, Herald Uptown Brunch office. 3" D AVENUE AND THIRTV-SBCOND 8TRKET.? Lovely brunette, an interview is kindly solicited. Address PANAMA HaT. box 134 Herald Uptown Branch office. OQD STREET STAGE, THURSDAY MORNING, 11% o'clock. ? t'an ihc gentleman make the acouaiiit ance of the ladv, dresxed In black, lor whom he stopped the stage at Twelfth street and Broadway? Address P. J. F. , Herald Uptown Branch office. K T LtmT d K<n \n. FOUND-A BL*CK AND TAN HOUND. <\wNER can have him by paying expensos. 323 East Forty aevciyh street F" OUND-AN OVERCOAT, IN CENTRAL PARK, NBAR the Reservoir. Call at the loot of East Twenty eighth afreet, or address SPENCER, lift East Tweuijr aevetuh street TjlOUND ? IN SIXTY- FOURTH STREKT. ON WF.DNEfi. T nay evening, a uray Maro. The owner can have same hy proving property and paving expends. Mr. SIIEKtlAN, Sixty-fourth street, opposite Sccond avenue ear stables. OF -$29 REWARD." A BLACK AND" TAN HLUt"; k .orttall; named Rosey. E. LEDDY, No. 11 Marion street IOST? ON THE UTII INST., A SMALL LEATHER J covered Memorandum Book, containing various pa pers of no value excepting to owner. A suitable reward will be given on returning it to room 17, No. U Wall st. JOST-A GREEN PARROT. TIIK FINDER WILL HE J suitably rewarded if it Is return ^d to Wilson Mission Honse, corner of avenue A and Kixliih street. LOsT-ON TUESDAY, ONE GOLD CUFF BUTTON j monogram F. F,. O.. compass and square on b?ek. A liberal reward will be paid for Its return to 106 East Twenty foorth street. JOST? flU REWARD? -STRAYED F ROM SIXTY SIXTH J street, East ltlvcr, one Mare, wbltc, speckled, wound on left tore toot. Finder will get above reward by leaving It at No. 1, 1U6 Third avenue, tieiween Sixty fonrtli ami Sixty flith strr cts. J. MIILLKR. T OST-ON WEDNESDAY NIUHT, A DRAB CLOTH 1 j Cushion, out of a coach. I he finder will lie liberally Awarded <>n leaving It at LANE A RIDABOCK'S, 3l> Weat FltteenUi streot. near Eighth avenue. T OUT? ON SATURf>AV, MAY SI, AT (IRAND CKN Lj tral di pot, on leaving the New Haven cars, a lady's Poeketbook, containing a sum ot money; the Under will be literally rewardeo by leaving it with Mr. OIi.HEllT, package office, at tlrand Central depot, New York, New llaven and llartior I Ra.lroad Company. IOST? SINCE THURSDAY, JUNK ft, A StlLITAIKK J diamond Earring, set ill circle ot black enamtl. 1 lie Under or any ouc haviuir any inlormailon id the same will lie liberally rewarded -and no iiuestions asked by calling al 2o6 Broadway. LOST-ON WEDNESDAY MORNING. FROM CORNER l*.roy and Itleecker street*, a black and tan Dog, answering to the nnnie of Frank: one of hi ears Is lop ucd. Hie finder will be rewarded ou returning him to ho. 7 Leroy street IOST-A BLACK LACB VEIL, IN I lfl\l I V CHAPEL, J between the hours in 1 1 and I, Thursday, June 12. A liberal reward if reiurned to No. 00 i linioii place. IOHT-ON IIIE WAV K) NEWARK, N. J., ONE PAR J eel, containing Books and Sills, <i! no value to any enc else. A liberal reward will lie |>ald by returning ihe Bine to PAUL FALK's Tivoli, Eithth street, between cond and Third avenues. LUST AMD FOUND. _ IOST-IN A MADISON AVENUE OMNIBUS, NEAR J Fortieth rtrfft, a Poriemonntisle, The Under will be literally rewarded by retarding it to 68 Wui Twenty second street. LOST-IN CROSSING HAMILTON AVENUE KERRY, or (oiiii up Broadway to Twcntv-thtrd street in Sin ill avenue Mage, an oval Gold Locket, letter 8. In snail diamond* on the irout and monogram H. a. 8. on (be back: valued by the owner as the gilt of a d? erased friend. I U tail value will be given lor Its return to Mrs. SKINNER. Ml East Twenty-fourth street. WALLET LOS r? PILLED WITH PAPERS, OP NO >alue except to owner. Finder will leave it at 20 cortlandt street and receive reward. THOMAS J. STRONG. ItfC WAKDft. A<?r REWARD ? FOR PACK AUK OP JF.WELRY I o*t by the aocldent at Kant Newark, on Wednes day. BkNToN, ANDREWS A Ci . 55 Maiden lane. d fcOr RF, WARD. -BLACK AND TAN SU?T LOST 1 ?i ?P i-i'i thirteenth street near Huh avenue, June 12, answeriac to the name of "Anne." By returning the Mine to 4 <18 and 470??ixtli avenue, Gould House, will re ceive. the above reward. REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASK ED POR OP'JU Uie rc urn of Memorandum Book lout on Monday night lust un E.ghih avcuue cars. Return at mirked on tly leaf. SPECIAL ROTUES. All officers, sailor* and soldiers wound ed, rupture or injured, however slightly , can obtain a pension by applying to Dr. K. H. Jackson, late sur geon. United .-.taies Kavy, No. 4 New Chambers street, ANY OWNER OP VACANT PROPERTY IN FEK without encuuibrance, dextrin# the same Unproved wiib new buildings, can have the same done at alow price, to suit any plans and spcci'dcalton*. Pay lor (he same will he taken in mortgage* buck upon the tame properly, all complete, without any trouble to tho propri etor. Inquire ot LIOLLY A BROTHER, No. 8 l'inv street. (WltNS, BUNIONS. INVERTED NAILS, AC, CURED J by IJr. HUNTER, Surgeon Chiropodist, 907 Broad way, between Twentieth una Twenty tint streets. Office hours from 8 A*. M. till t> P. M. Established 10 yeari>. D RESSMAKING. ECONOMY, PROMPTNESS AND PERFECT FIT. Messrs. LOliD A TAYLOR, to prove that RETRENCH MENT Is possible, have so arrange ! their Dressmaking Department llial EOOKOM Y in material and trimming is parifcularly studied In every detail, and they are now rum slung Dresses at a MUCH LESS PRICE <h?n the cost of imr.orcd garments, while for STYLE, PIT and G..NERAL M ASK IT p tliey are everv way equal to the finest Parisian manufacture. The IMMENSE INCREASE ol nide.rs during the past month prevented our usual prrmi tne.ss; l>ut now, with extended facilities and Ihe COMPLETE REORGANIZATION of the department, we can safely GUARANTEE ALL ORDE8 AT TITE TIME AGREED, and ns to FIT and PRICE defy competition. LORD k TAYLOR, Broadway and Twentieth street. (1 RAND TP.MPLE GIFT ENTERPRISE. V $220,565 In Cash Olfts. GRAND III FT CONCERT AT OM AH A, for the purpose ol aiding a Board of Trustees to erect a Orand Temple, an enterprise which has long been under coutniuplaUoii, and now promises speedy consummation through tho aid oi this < onceii. will be given at tho ACADEMY OF MUSIC, ON THE 21ST DAY OP JULY, 1871, at which tlinc there will be distributed among the ticket holders $220,656 in Gush Gilt*. Tickets $1 each. One. chance in ntue. 1 Grand Cash Oift ,,S<"W0 I Ornnd Cash Wilt H *10 I O and Cash Gltt i ?? I Grand Cash Oift *1 I Grand Cash Gilt O I Grand 0?s"i Gill.. 10 1 (?rand Cash Oil't *>600 1 Grand Cash titit 3.U00 1 C rand Cash Gift 2,1X10 5 Cft-h iJilis, ?l.uW) each 8,0)0 2D Cash Gilts, $6t0 each 1O.UU0 1(J0 Cash Gifts, $10,1 each . . 10,0 ? 2H0 cash Gift , fiOeach 10,000 SOU Cash Ol.ts, $.0cach 10,000 800 Caslt Oltis, $10 each M00 1,111 Cash Gilts, 15 each 5,655 60,000 Cash Gilts $i each so.ouo 62,442 Gilts amounting to $220,665 All tho above Gilts will be distributed by sworu com missioners alter the convert. . We reier, by permission, to the following well known and prominent citizens:? His Excellency W. II. James, Governor of Nebraska, lion. Williaiu Daily. United states Marshal. Hon. Silas A. tnckland, Presidential Elector. Hon. R. W. Livingston. Kx-Surveyor General. Hon. John II. Porter, Police Judge, Omaha. Richard Kimball, City Marshal. It. B. IMivali, i imaiiA Despatch. Henry Gray, late City treasurer. E. M. Morscman, Sup't Western Dlv. U. S. Express Co. J. 11. Lacy, Ticket Agent C. and N. W. and R. I. and P. Railroads. C c. House), forwarding and commission merchant George Smith, laic Postmaster ol (.malm. Tills distribution being made In public, persons at a distance can rest assured tluit their interests will be as well protected as if they wore present. official lists ol Ihe fortunate, numbers will be sent to each ticket holder immediately after the concert. All gilts paid im tiled lately without discount. Money can be sent for tickets by mail, in registered letters or Post office money orders, or by express at our risk. II desired, tickets will lie sent by express, C. O. D. Tickets, $1 each , 6 tor $6, 12 lor $10. Tickets ill lite above lor sale by W. E. DAVIS, 907 Broudwuv, room 6. II K. SMITH, General Manager, Omaha, Neb. TV OLD, SILVER AND ARTICLES CONTAINING GOLD \X bought al market, price ; polishing, litter and photo graph paper burned and smelted by refiner, SCHAW EL 26 John street. HOLLRNDEE A CO.', 241 t'.roailway, 241, Importers and Bottlers ot Lajcr Beer, Bole agents lor Bavarian Beer. Sole agents lor Rochester Beer. Mile agents lor St. Louis Beer. Sole agents lor Cincinnati Beer. Above brands in the original barrels. Tite only ttrm that bottles all these beers. Take care you have the genuine. For sale in every first class grocery, hotel and barroom. TlOLLENDER A CO., 241 Broadway, 241. A VAN A LOTTERY DRAWINGS ON FILE.? CIRCU lars free. Orders promptly filled. JOSEPH BATES, Agent, I W Broadway, room 4, ( hutham Bank Buildiug. p Davis, 4.1:1 snx-rii avenue" between . Twenty sixth and Twenty-seventh streets, Is still continuing to sell, on the very convenient method of weekly payments, all Ihe leading Works of Art, Oil Paintings Chromos und Engravings. All framed in gilt, walnut or el o:iy, according to the taste ot the pur chaser. Notice.? m i' s n lodge, no. igo, p. and a. m Brethren? Vmi are hereby summoned to attend a special communication, to be neld at the rooms, No. 8 union square, on Friday, June ML at 1 o'clock. J AS. H. COREY, Master. Notice. -boots and shoes, all kinds, will lie sold iu small lots or one lot, cheap; store to let: rent $li month ; fixtures and awning half cost. Call and see; 232 Broome sireei, near Essex. See rid llag. OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. ?rntccbt? kitba class NO. S77? JUNK 12, 1371 ?, S3, 29, 4?, 2. C7, 42, 21. 43, 60, 9, 66, 70. ? KKTirCKV? CLASS NO. 378 -JfKK 12, 1x73. 53, 6, 4. 3. 24, 44. SO. 32, IW, 71. 18. 19. SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. snrLsr coi.lk;k? cxira class no. 277? jvhk 12, 1873. 69, SO, R, 61, 19, 34. 4. 71. 7\ fS. 12. 27. 51. SHKLBV COLLBOK? CLASS WO. 278? JVNK 12. 54, 76, 45. 32, 39, 46, 75, 6, 30. 53, 23, 68. SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. Address C. HENRY, care J. Clute, Broker, 206 Broad wav. Post office hox 4,9V9. PFICIAL DRAWING NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY. BXTBA CLASS NO. 91? JDKB 12, 1873. a, 49. 27. 7, 43, 66, 74. 22, 16, 14. t:?, 8, 73. NORTH CAROLINA? CLASS DO. JI'.NB 12, 1873. 78, 52, 30, ID, 73, 19, 31, :?t, 22. 35, 69, 21. GERKEN k CO., Managers. L! THY A CO., Rrokers, Z-2 Greenwich sireei, N. Y. FFICIAL DRAW IN08"0P THE SOUTH CAROLINA Loiterv lor ihe benefit ot the Free School Fund Perpetual. Extra Class 163? June 12. 1873.? 6f, 27, 14.18,* 61. 2M 69. 5, 24. ,Vt. 4. 1. Class 154? Jpnk 12, 1873.? 21, 39, 34, 4, 7, 75, 67. 64, 14. 6. 24. 9. COLE A CO., Mansgers, Charleston, 8. C.,.lunc 12, 1873. New Yort Post office box 3,855. o It R OVAL HAVANA LoTTSRY. Ilojal Saxon Government Lottery. Hrunswlek Lottery. City of Hamburg Lottery. Prizes cashed anil inlormatlon given. THEODOR ZSCflOCH, Box 6,081) Post office. 116 Nassau street OY AL HAVANA LO I TERV-NF.XT DRAWING JUNR 26. German State Lotteries. Send for circulars. HITl'ER A CO.. Post office box .V$6. ??'> Nassau street room 4. Tickets in the grand temple gift enter. prise of Omaha, ol Julv 21, lor sale at P. C. DEVLIN'S stationery store, 30 Liberty street, between Nassau and Wllllain streets. $1 each, or six for $6. Official lists of winning numbers in the Omaha Gift Enterprise of May 21) can be obtained on application. rpo HOUSEKEEPERS AND BOARDING HOUSES.? IP 1 y?iii want to see the most convenient, healthy and economical method for ? ooking, call al 671 llroadwav, and witness ilie o: eratioii of MiNh'S Comb nalioa M< sm Cooker. Your teakettle does all the work. A splendid opportunity lor ageuts having a small capital to make a fortiuie. ? , nnn gifts, onk in ten.-pub iToOU.Ul'u lie Library of Kentucky Concert, Julv 8 certain. Tickets for sale by W. L. IjaYis, Agent, mt7 Broadway, room No. 6. Hours 8 A. M. till 9 P. M. $589 () ,-gq ' IS DRAWN DAILY IN Till? LEGAL l*ed Kentucky Lottery; Royal Havana a'nd Kentuckv circulars free , 1^ cents commls'iou al lowed. Address ALKY A CO. (otlloc established 30 years), 174 Broadway. "" : . , ~ INHTRUCTION. /HEARD INSTITI'TK? SELECT FRENCH AND ENG IT iisli Dnv and Uoarilmg School, 35 East sixty second stroot, near the Central Park, will receive scholars dur iug Summer vacation. Pi ?lessor 8AMUF.LJE GIRARD. Director. rrELEGRAPHY ? A SPECIAL TERM OP TEN fill) 1 w eeks In Telegraphy wlfLopeu at the ( la\?rac.k Col lege and Hnd-on Rl\er Institulo on June 30. Beard atnV Instruction ?Id per week. ALONZ0 FLACK, Claverack, N T, . ~ CIGARS AWI> TOBACCO. C"VlG\RS OF HAVANA TOBA WO.? ROSA CONCHAS. ) .80; Fl. do Cuba alliens. $00; Kspailolas, $65; equal to imported in appearance and qualitv. T. J. kaY.noh A CO.. 60 Maiden law. RPORTIRO-lMNtS, BIROR, ?C. A -FOR 8 ALE, ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOOR. ? Birds, Ac. : Medicine* fur ?U dlietKii Prepared Food for mocking birds. At B. 0. DOVEY's, No SCreeiM MfWI, near Canal . Fob bale? a splendid, la roe Newfoundland Doc. Apply at 4S2 West Forty- first street. Call for 1 one week. WANTED-A YOUNG KINO CHARLES PUP; NONE but thorough breed will answer. Deliver at room No. 4 Uleuhain Hotel this day, from S to 4 o'clock. WANTED? A 8FCOND H \ND DOUBLE-BAR relied Oun, of tlrst cla*-. uiillnh maker ; must be in flrst rate order. Address, wl'n particulars and pritu, IDAHO, Brooklyn Branch llurutd ofiicc. A THE TV IF. MKBICAN JOCKEY CLUB. 8PBING MEETING, 187V SATURDAY, judo 11 TOESDAY, Jane 17. THURSDAY, June 19. SATURDAY, J title 21. First race oach day punctually at S P. M. A. BELMONT, President C. Whxatly, Secretary ^MERICA.N JOCKEY CLUI1 UACES, June 11, 14, 17, IV and >1. Safe and speedy transit to Jerome Park every tlx mln ut"s by tbe horse ran of (lie Harlem Uillge, Morrl-anla unl Fordham Railway, (Vnm FTartam Bridge to Fordham, running iu connection with the Morrisaula s'eauicrs from Fulton street and Ma.Icm boats from I'eek Klip. IjlN'TRIE:! FOR n038E8 TO nK ROLf) AT ARCH. Ij JOHNSToN'S \I ART, 19 TO 25 THIRTEENTH ST., near University place, this day 'Friday), slioald be made be tore 10 o'clock, as sale commences at lOJtf o'clock prompt. NEW YORK AND HARIRM RAILROAD. Jerome Pnrk Races, June 7,11, 14, 17, 19 and 21. Extra trains will leave Gnuid Central depot on above days at 1:30 and 2:10 P. M , returning alter the race". 8| ecial cars reserved for ladies Kxcun<lou tickets 40 cenw: 0. M. BISSELU Sup't. PROfPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION? Sprint* Meeting. 1873. THIRD DAY? MONDAY, JUNK 1<L PrRRE No. 6, $30i>? Free for all runniug horses, mite beats, three in five. Tbos. Jones enters Bay Kllly, dam Maiden, by Beacon. E. V. Eork enters blk g. Ji-vcl. I v imp.. Mickcy Free. HAM K DAY PURSE No. 8, $1,000? For horses that have never beaten 2:34. Pierce Hayden enters b. u>. Lady Annie. H. Ilarbeck enters hr. g. Windemire. W. Carroll enters eh. ill. Highland Maid. J. Dongrer, Jr.. enters br. m. Lulift l'icton. J. Feck enters b. it. Clothe pin. J. H. I'hilips enters g. p. Jack Draper, j> C. Suydam enters br. ro. Constance. W. Rogers enters I r. m. Hello ot Vermont. Alden Hold smith enters b. s. Abdullah. Races commence each day at 3 o'clock, prompt, good day and track. Admission to field, grand st.'ind and quarter stretch, $?. Admission to Club house, introduced by a mi'tnbcr. 53. G*o. W. OttUT, Sup't. E. O. READ, Pres't. SPRING MEETING, E A 8T< t N DRIVING PARK Asso ciation, haston, I'a., June IP, 19 and 20, I87.V $180 forS mlnnta horses SI75 lor 2:49 horses, $100 for 4 year old colts, $125 for 2:39 horsea, $Ud lor 3:20 horses, $290 open to all. Kulos NatldMl Association to govern. Entries close June 16 ut 9 I'. M. GEO. M. REEDF.R, President. Qfo. M^Davis, Fccretury. II. A. 8a?;k, Treasurer. Trotting at Fleetwood i*ark, friday, june 19, at 4 o'clock; match $500; mile heat'), 3 In 5, In har ness. D. Plllcr enters b. m. Topsv. O. N. Furguson enters eh. g. Jas. K. Polk. WM. H. VAN COTT, Superintendent Trotting MAnE TOPfiY for sale-has a record ot 2 JIS ; has wou three mutches this Sprint;; and will trot against James K. Polk on Friday, 13th Inst., at Fleetwood. For terms apply to DAN. 1'FIFER, Fleetwood Park. The entries to the utica park association Running Race Meeting, June 25, Wand 27, arc hereby extended from June 2 until June 15, at 9 f. M? at Itngg's Hotel, Utica. Declaration* until June 'JO at same, place. _ CHARLES W. HUlif IlINKON, President. WAVERLKY PARK (NKWARK, N." J.) TROTTING Meeting, June 25, 26 antf 27. Entries closc Satur day, June 21. Send for programme. A. li. PALMER. Secretary. HOItSK', CARRIAtilCS, rttt'. Auction house of arch. Johnston (late Johnston A Van Tassel I), OFFICE AND SALESROOM. OLD STAND, 37 Nassau street, opposite the Postofllcc. THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OF THE HOUSE IS REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES 19. 21, 23 aud 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, between Fifth avenue and University place. The business will tie conducted on precisely the same strict and honorable principles wlilfb niivc always char acterized the dealings ot our house and won the respect and continence ol the business community, as well us the public at large. REGULAR SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 10H O'CLOCK. CATALOGUE OF Tilts DAY S (FRIDAY'S) SALE. ELEGANT COAL BLACK TEAM? IIOKSE AND Mure? Black Hawk stock, 15,'j hands high, 8 years old; no older; kind and true in all harness and under saddle; free trom vice or (milt; very even and pure gait; stvlts!i action; can trot in 3)f minutes together; warranted sound. T CART, BY BREWSTER OF BROOME STREET. fcET of double harness, city m-ade. GENTLEMAN'S ROAD ESTABLISHMENT ? BAY Horse, sired by Msmbrlno Chief, 15 hands high, 8 years old ; kind and true In all harness; Irre from vice; not atraid of anything ; can trot in 3 minutes, and warranted sound. NO TOP ROAD WAGON, BY CORBETT, IN FIRST rate order. SET OF SINGLE HARNESS, BY COLEMAN, IN good order; Blanket, Rob1', Ac. BROWN TROTTING HAMBLETONIAN MARK, 15J$ hands high : 6 years old; kind and true in all harness; free trom vice; very stylish; high knee action; can trot In 2 :40: never handled tor speed ; warranted sound. NO TOP HOAI? WAGON, CITY BUILT; IN GOOD order; Harness, Robes, Ac. ELEGANT ROAD HORSE.- RAY HORSE, 15>j HANDS high ; 8 years old ; kind in all harness; tree trom vice or fault; In every respect a first class roadster: lias great endurance; can trot In .Ik minutes; warranted sound E LEG AN f LIU 111 COUPE ROCKAWAY, IN PKR fect order. PARK I URNOUT.? BAY PONY MARE; LONG, FLOW Ing mane and tall ; 15 hands high ; 7 years old ; klti.1 and true In all harness and under saddle; free trom vice: eau be driven bv a lady ; all duy traveller; Warranted sound; together with NO TOI' BASKET PONY PHAETON, WITH RUMBLE and umbrella; in first rate order ; set ol single Harness, city made, in good order. COUPE OR FAMILY HORSE (DUN? HORSE), lfit* hands, 7 years old; kind and true In all harness; free from vice ; an excellent all day driver; warranted sound ; without a blemish. ENGLISH MAIL PHAETON ON 12 SPRINGS. BAY TROTTING MARE CLARA, 15'^ HANDS HIOTT, 7 years old ; kind and trus in all harnesi : free trom vice ; has a record ot 2 :45; can trot better than 3 minutes at any time; very stvltsh and warranted sound. NO HiPhOad wagon, hv r m. stivers. BLACK FAMILY MARK, 15Si HANDS, 8 YEARS OLD: kind and true In all harness; tree trom vice; an easy, free driver, ot great endurance, and warranted sound. NO TOP IMPORTED PONY PHAETON, WITH RUM ble, pole and shatt. OKAY PONY HORSE, 15X HANDS, 8 YEARS OLD; kind and true in all harness; free trom vice; an excel lent saddle horse; atraid of nothing, and wariantel sound. ELEGANT CIRCULAR FRONT CLARENCE, BUILT by W. H. Gray, in perfect order; lined with blue cloth and satin. TOP AND NO TOP BUOGIES. TWENTY OTHER HORSES-DESCRIPTION TIME of sale. 1 Lady's Side Saddle. I Misses' Side Saddle. Mights of Double Harness. 10 sets ol Single Harness. Ponv Phaetons basket and panel, top and no lop; Ex press and Depot Wagons. Weather never interferes with our sales. REM EMBfc.lt, THE SALE COMMENCES AT 10S' O'clock. ?lake University place cars. A? MAJOR CIIAS. W. BARKER ANNOUNCES . THE Hon. A. B. Conger's Fourth GREAT ANNUAL sale OF lIIUll-BRI D Trotting stock AT THE WAT.DBERO stud farm, NEAR HAVE STRAW, N. Y? ON FRIDAY, JUNK 20, at 1 o'clock. THE FT' >VK COMPRISES FORTY-FIT It head of Mures, Geldings and Fillies, principally the get of RYSDYKS HAMBLETONIAN, Hen Abdallah and Anier "(CATALOGUE WITH FULL PARTICULARS as regards arrival and departure of trains antl steamboats, convey ances trom depot, Ac., can tie obtained at BARKICI! A OHAoE'h City Auction Mart and New York TattersaH's, corner of Broadway and Thirt v-ninth street. SALE POSITIVE, WITHOUT regard to weather. OENTLE MAN'S ROAD ESTABLISHMENT AT auction, this aay (Friday). June 13, at 1()\ o'clock, at the Auction Mart ot ARCH. JOHNSTON, 19 to 25 East Thirteenth street, near I nlversity place, bay Mamhrino t hlct Horse, Corbett top Road Wagon, oletnan Harness, Ac. For particulars sea catalog? wiwt A VERMONT THOROUGH BRRD HAMBLETONIAN Horse, 5 years old ; a perfect bay, black points; will be guaranteed as faultless; shall lie sold at a great bar gain Apply at 13 East Twenty-seventh street. ? FOR BALK? TOP PONY PHABTON; BEST CITY ? build ; used but once. Inquire at privute stable No. 9 Bast Tenth street A" ? $200 FOR A C SPRING TOP PONY PHAETON, ? $l'J0 each tor two other top I'ony Phaetons, $180 lor top coal box Road Wagon, $i5T for top Jenny Lind Wagon, $175 tar a fine Rockaway, $175 lor a top lump seat Wagon. $175 for a fine top Road Wa .'on. The shove carriages are all new and of tine style ami finish; also double and single Harness, Blankets, Sheets, Robes, Whips. Halters, Ac., tor sale very low, at BARKER A CHASli'S, corner of Broadway and Thtrtv ninth I'reCf. At ir.it:::; than* kver before of tered, our immense >tock of Carriages, comprising every seasonable style ot tamlly Carriages and light Wag ons, new and second hand, ? _ MAN Up AC i URERS' UNION, tax Broadway. SECOND HAND RUMBLE PHAETON, 1 ROAD A SECOND HAND RUMBLE PHAETON, I ItOAi) Wagon, by Stivers; 1 Victoria, a light side-bar top Wagon and 1 J ague r, by Broome street Brewster, I top gn!e-bnr. l?y Corbcitr 1 second hand Extension l n*6ton, 10 M*roml it* tid Kockawny^ from $60 np; one good Ha roue-lie, $12.-.; one xulky, $K>; 1 Westchester six-seat Rockau uy, $l.i5: 1 lop Express Wagon, $130: SO top and open pony Phaetons, of all styles and prices; 10 top Wagons, $75 up; single and double Harness, sheets, Whips, Nets, H gray, 20 and XI Woostcr street. A SECOND 1! A M B I .El ON I A N BROWN MARE, I5? hands hleh, (I years old. kind in all harnesa can trot In l:4i0, very liandsumely lormcd and warranted sound, AT Till". MART OF ARCH. JOHNSTON, 111 to 25 Thir teenth street, near University place. A NICE HEARSE FOR SALE? IN GOOD ORDER. Apply at 203 Mereer street. HUKSKS, ( ARHJAOBS. *C. At auction.? this day. bv WUL1AM VAN TAK.skLL AUCTIONEER (BCCCKtSOR TO JOHNSTON A VAN TA8SELL), HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART, 110, 111 and 114 EAST THIRTEENTH &TBEET, hEAIt Fourth avenue. ?0?o BEGULAR SALES OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. Twenty-four to fortv-clght hour* given to purchasers u> test warrantees. CATALOGUE OF THIS HAY'S (FRIDAY'S) SALE, AT 12 O'CLOCK. - ...vno RLEOANT TEAM OF BLACK MARKS, IM^BANDB high, 9 year* old ; kind and true In all h?rneM; free Irom vice: extra flue roadster*; trot together ? minute* ; tear nothing; are In every respect a first Cl??s team for gem loin, n * road use, and warranted tound. Also set of fine HarneM, and _ nv TOP WAGON, WITH POLE AND SHAFTS, BlILT BY Brewster A Co., ol Broome "treet. .. ?.vnl S PLKNDID TEAM OF SORREL HORSES, 10 HANDS hbtli, 6 years o'd ; kind fend true in all harness and under saddle ; froe Iron, vlee; fast traveller.; very (tee and stylish driver*; iear nothing; are an extra tlna carriage team and warranted sound. Also setot Uutiscoinlie liar "Extension top phaeton, in order RVY COUPE OR DOGCART HORSE, 16*4 HANDS high, 6 year* old ; Wind ami true In all harness; free nrom vleo ; a fast traveller ; very stylish ami handsome leari nothing; one ot the finest coupe cr dog cart horses in tne C,a3SiMr?ar? -Mk^D ?rcnAeRT?'lS\jILT BY HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS OLD, kind and true in all harness; Iree Irom vice ; a last travel ler; ha* tine style ami action, tear* nothing, an extra line coupe or carriage horse and warranted sound ; also ?ot tine coupe Harness and COl'PE HOCKAWAY. NEARLY NEff. CHESTNUT TROTiING IIOU8E, MRED BY MO liawk, ilatn a thoroughbred mare, lVi hands nigb, n years oil; kind and true in all harness: tree from superior roadster; ha* a record of 2 :.i7. and can trot in 2 -4ft anv day ; a tree and *tyli*h driver, and a first class horse lor gentleman's rood u?e; also set Harness aud ROAD WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER. K,wn HAV MARK, 18 HANDS 11IGII, II YEARS OLD; KIND anl true In all harness; excellent under saddle , ha* been iLaod Lv a lady lor riding and driving , is a perfectly sH'e and reliable family mare, and warranted sound, also set Harness and BIOS, B YBAR8 OU>: kind and true In harness; tree Irom vice ; trot* close to 3 minutes; a tree, stvllsh driver, and warranted sound. BUOWNKHOB8K?l4N'HANE8 HIGH. 7 YEARS OLD; kind and true in all harness; free Irom vice, and war "rI.mTmW SIRED BY BLACK HAWK HORSE, dam a Mar 'mare, l.'>?? hands. 6 years old j klnd an l true in ail harness; free trom vice; trotie l last f "lJ Lct?on ??o'irK?'AW^MK'"^n%V.38gS veav o'.d ; kind and true in every way. u"<) can or no In condition in 2 .40, and Is warranted to trot in I 80 or no Bale; a very spirited ami stylish ilr?>*r, out perfectly p,|?LACK HORSE, 16? HANDS HIGH, 8 Kind nnil true in all ham***; free trom ^lee or trick . , , a goo I traveller, very stylish : an extra tine coupc or car riaire horse* And warranted sound. v,, . n ^ ? n , ifllOWN ilOKSK, r.? HANDS lilGn, 7 YEAR-" OLD; kind and true In all harness; tree irom v.ce. a fast traveller; ft no style aud action ; fears nothing, and war " "hKVe'rAl'oTH E R HORSES. DESCRIPTIONS TIME of sale. Counc, in good order. _ _ Park PU.icton and top Express Wagon. Jump scat Wagon*. Top and no to|> I'ony Phaetons. Rockaway*. top ami no top Wagons. Weather never Interferes with our sales. ___ 1 I.ANDAl", COST $2,1100. FOR *S5'.'.'in*' ''pi' ' JS'm A Depot Wagon, Phaetons, Coach, Pony Fhncton taken In exchange, at half price ; fU mrth s"rci t at moderate prices. II A.M, wKiw J ourin airccfc ATA VERY LOW PRICK THIS W ii E K ? A P A lit OF A lull sister-, rlsln/ 4 and 5 years oht : are thoroughly brok.cn to name.*", doubie or single or are 1 lectly sound, and no vice or tri. k , \crv la-t waiacrs, no handsomer \ittle team enter* Central t ark, the owner has no us.- tor them and oiler* them JfVen sar cecdinglv low price ; a reasonable trial will be ("'en f>ar a tog a St ? hies. Filly- seventh street and Lexington ave nue. N. B.? Bay and dark iorrol. A BLOOD BAY HAMHI. ETONIAN COUPE OR CAlt llaae llorsc, I5)i hands, stylish driver and sound, 8 rears old, for sale cieap at SELDON'S stable, Twenty ? .tiird street, near Third avenue. _ A N EXTRA SICK, LIGHT CITY BUILT OPEN WAGON, A square box, used but few ti ncs pole and shafU com plcte, curries two comfortably and will l>e sold M a oar gain. Apply at private stable, 1<V> VV est !? ilteenth street. A LOT -OF TOP BUGGIES, ROAD WAGONS, EX . press. Grocery and light Businesj WMons tor sale cheap. 3M West Twenty seventh street, between Eighth and Ninth avenuM. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SECOND A hand Carriages. Family Rockawav*. top and open Buexics Fouy IMiaetoiis, tirocers' ami Business VNagons, at greatly reduced prices. 141 West Broadway, near Canal street. A I'ONY PBAETOK, $110; BASKET $130: Tor. $17.1; A Depot Wagon. $U.%; ?ilg. $4"; Road Wagon, by Bates, $IlW ; u,.e n ? a.on, $?i; . Uarn^. ^ \ CROSS MATCH TEAM FOR SALE? AT YOUR OWN A mi e. a lilsck and a bay. 6 and H year* old, 15!, Inn uls, v<r/ handsome and very smart steppers ; wari souiiil, kind and true every way ; sold lor no lault; a big chance. Apply ut No. V Mm ray street, room L ~A RARE OPPORTUNITY? A RARE OPPORTUNITY A tills week to close advances. CARRIAGES, HARNE8S. BLANKETS, AC., Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-tilth street. Work war rant! d equal to any, and ut very lowest cosh pr|c< ?. A fine lot >>f Park ami Pony Ph?et?ns now on hand. Be sure to call before purchasing NEW YORK 8ALEM AND (JAIIKIAOE liE I OhlTORY, Tw< ntv tilth gtWit, COfP^r Kourtli avenue. X^GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR PARTIES GOING A. to the country to I'''",.aie ?n el. gant l haet.m Turnout at public auction at BARKh t A i ? r Auction Mart and New York Tattersall*. cornet -of BroaJ wa> and Thirty-ninth street, on Hatnrday, .nine 14, at II n'flnck and coinnrlstiiK u ^ery fiwt an.l cl 'sely matched p s Ir lit b a y A ImIs Pla h "fiittln/Geldlng^ IS* high 10 and II vearsofil; very tree and extra stylish driver,, have trotted together in 2 -10, ami are warranted to show three l riiiiut o s o rn Of a le ; are' afraid of not hn ' ; can bo dr t, r.glit up to locomotive ; arc warranted gentjc '"r " lu >[ Ut drive at ppeed ; c<?st present owuei $.,ft 0 a["? warranted kind ami servlceahly sound; also 'J'"*"''1 eauopv top Basket Wagon, with Rumble, I ol? ond Harness. Ac. property can now be seen and examined at the mart "a HANDSOME TEAM OF BAY HORSES? 16 HANDS, A f> nnd 7 yenrs, ^ ith or without Landaulet, by Brew s ter, ot Broome str< et, and Harness, bv Dunscotiih, tor pale at private stable, 229 West Thirty-sixth street. his team Is one of the most stylish coupe or T cart teams In the city and are warranted tn every particular. Ap ply at stable, or address s., box llfi I ?'st "Woe A NICE TURNOUT ? CONSISTING OF HANDSOME A Mare, sound anil gentle : used for ladies dr'vlnK ? Jop Buffer, Haraess. .*<?? ; sold senurately; price $4U). Apply at 27 West Twenty-sixth street Tn ELEGANT LANDAULET. NEVER BEEN USED, A was made to order, will be sold very owner lias no use tor it To be seen at No. *fl W,st Fortieth street. i it ROWS' MARE FOR $235? WELL BRED SOUND, kind and last ; 13^ hands. PAHNSWORTH'J stable, West Ulty fourth street, near Broadway. * -FOR SALE. AT A GREAT BARGAIN A.N ELE A. cant golden r.irrel Horse, high Kentucky bred, 16 hands high, 7 years old; one of the finest styled and rich est horse* in tne citv ; has tine courage; fears no loconio tlve: will trot In less than 3^ mlnt|,c?, and necd* no check or gags; a tine, natural style; hold and noble horse. Inquire ot P. W. BOYLE, ot 628 Broadway. Musi be sold. - ? i TOP PONY BASKET PHAETON, IN FINE ^'JKR'' A flue stvllsh llor-e. sound, kind and ? ?' Ac. . separaK' (,r together, ut 54 Grove strec t, .<i w \urk. A (lENTLEMAN'S TDUOOT, CONSISTING OMAT A llorfc s<iimd and kind; can trot in three minutes, ?nr?- Brewster top Wagon, Sleigh. Harness, Robes, llells'. Ac Apply at Mr. Slype s stables, 54 Grove street, near Bleccker BARGAINS.? LANDAULF.TS, COUPES CABRIOLETS, Ilockoways, Pony Phaetons. Depot W aaons, new and second hand; all ot flnest de.lgn?- * A ' BELL. No. 7 Wash tigton place, rear >e? ? ork 11. tel. /1ARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS-J. COLTER A CO., Ii 89S Broadway. . . ? . Just completed, two ruperh Landaulets, "'""'"J, * complete Summer or Winter callage ' e.hv?crL.,K' i tor one or two horses ; guaranteed e.iui ?<? he * lar'-e and varied assortment ol all the mosi popular styTes on hand,?t moderate prices. ? /lART'IAGES SLIGHTLY DAM AORD-GREAT BAR ( gain* ?New and second hand iit!ie description, elegant T Cart; Rumble I hacton, little soiled; ^^Vttei'RERS' UNION, 6W Broadway. _ / 1 A KRI AlJFS HORSES, 11 ARNESSKS, ALL Brooklyn. ? ? ? / 10UPE HORSE FOR SALE LOW. -16 1 ^ A N DS. ^ \j traveller and very styllsh stepper will _ <? ' miles dallv ; also a fine Coupe Kocs.iwsv tnnr s. st ^ top Buggv, good Harness, Ac. Private stable 131 fcast mgn tee nth street. / IHILDRKN'S PONY FOR t sound and kind in all harness; fr?*trota al vl<? r tricks Als.i small Oart and harness to mate h, and sacuiie ,1 lid bridle ; is safe lor children to piny with. Apply a private stable lfil East Twenty-eighth street 1,1 \ l-,C C TOR'S SALE -OF GENTLEMAN'S CROSSED Ti match Team ; black Msre be??t iei; ? ,ra?r^5.ar,' street, Brooklyn, E. I>. or l?"l fcldrldge street, this rity_ BL^^rf.JMTtR "X Carriafe Horses, all W vli r'y^E L?.f l a' n V"doi'!1' Ca'bT TURNOUT, one of the 'i'l A It N liSS? ?C A R ill A G K S , A Cy Ac. (),(-t ocK AT AUCTION THIS DAY, AT H O CLOCK, WI1 LI AM VAN TAS*>.LL, AUCTIONEER, li?^?e and cirrlare Auction Mart, 110, 11 hast Thirteenth street See catalogue above. _. p. ADLf\PK npably new. this day, F/'al aultlon at AlU'Jl. JOHNSTON S mart, 19 to .5 Thirteenth street, near I'niverslty pme?U . Tims' PAIR OF 16 HANDS BAY CARRIAGE HORSES 'for sale at a moderate flgnrej have '??ei' rcK^ ,r1v driven up to .late ; owner goti<< to Europe. Apply al P vale stable 113 Kast Nineteenth street. F * OR SALE? A PAIR OF HAY CARRIAGE HORSES, C nist from the country ; 16 hand. , rang v, arch necks long tails: free drivers; 5 aud 6 years old ; warranted sound and kind: not atraid ol cars. To be seen at BRIGGS' stable, 139, 141, 1?S West Twenty tinr.i street. f/Olt SAI.K A PARK PIIAKTON SKATS FOIR; IjlOR SALK-A PARK PIIAKTON. SKATS FOt H; I1 also ? Dum-nbury and Vandiiser Top Wanon, both in fine order Ap)dy at Bltlilt.H' - " K ond ?tree t and Heve.nUi avenue. IIORSKN, CARRIAGM. <fcC. FOR RXCHANOE ?A GKNTIRVAN. HAVING A nice, stylish ami souud Black Hawk brf? I of ltorne, about 10 hands, suitable lor carriage or coupe, wouM like to exchange It ibr ? Harw ? little smaller, say not lese than 15 hand* high ; a good, solid, pony built hone ; must be a good roadster. stylish stepper and perfectly sound. Add res* , staling all particulars about horse ami where it may be seen, BLACK HORSE, box 171 llerald office. FOR SALE-PRICK TO-DAT, $3?>, TO MORROW, ?300; nice bay Morse , sound an<l kind , not afraid ol locomotive. I AMB S stable, No. 13 East Fifty-eighth st IilOR KALE? A HOR8E, TRICK AND HARNESS; 1 horse 7 years old. U>K hand* high ; all perfect ; sult ablo lor any work , will be sold ai a gucriiice, a* the owucr'U going to E a rope. Apply at 3^ Maiden lane. FOK SALE? A TEAM Of BAY HORHKS, Ifi HANDS high. A vrars old; well matched) warranted sound and kind, at 452 V\ fit street. For sale-a pony built bay tiorsr, hand', 9 years; At lor cart or truck Isold only lor want ol work; price $1*5. Inquire at 136 Terry street, ?table. For sale-at private stable m east forty Ilrst street, O spring Victoria, Top Wagon, Coupe, double und single Harness, iu perfect order. IjlOR SALE-VERY .-.TYLISIl PAIR OK KIi'U BAY 1 carriage lit rses, IU Imnds; the property of a gcntle inan having no lurlher use lor them. Can be seen at A. T. Stewart A Co. 's stables, corner Amity art Wooster street*. FOR SALE? A KOI' It WHEELED TOORNODT SF.AT, J. R. Frowsier ? Co. Dug Carl, lit good order. Cull at Selden's stable*, I .vl East Twenty-third street, or address C., box 1,?78 Post office. For sale-a gentleman's establishment; dark bay Mare, Gibson Harness, Dubois Wagon. Apply at MITCHELL A NEW HOLD'S, 49 Exchange place. For sale-a fine iiorse, i? hands, suita blc lor an express, truck or family; In perfectly sound and gcutle ; price $26J. Inquire ai U7 East Fil tccnth street JtOR SALE? ELEOANT PAIR OK STYLISH HORSES, Lamlaiilct, four-wheel, and a two- wheel Drag, made In Paris , double. single uml a tandem Harness, complete; owner going to Europe Cull at 569 Broadway U>OR BALE? 15 FIRST CLASS WORK HORSES; SUIT r able lor truck or carts; also several good driving Horses ; also a lot ol double I ruck, Expres* Wagons an<l double and single Harness; all to be fold clieup. 176 Mer cer street, near Blcecker. ipOR SALE-PAIR BAY HOMM.UK HANDS, 7 AND I1 8 years; warranted sound and klmf, set donhlo Har ness, good as new. BRUNS, MOORE A CO., 4.12 Broadway. UOR SALE? OR WILL EXCHANGE POR LIQUORS, r a new Ihree seat extension top platform Barouche and h heavy draught l!o-*o, 8 vears old, I7>i hands high; weighs 1,600 pounds; souud and kind. Audress HENRY A. saiie, Eason, Pa. FOR SALE CHEAP? A VERY PINE TRAM OF SIN tlemcn'H Roadsters, I5'i hand-' high ; sound, kind and gentle, close niatched and disposilioned alike ; a lady can drive them : can trot In three minutes together; do not Rull or tret, and are one ol the most pleasant and re able looms in this city ; aru not afraid ol aiLytlung, and can travel 50 miles a day without fatigue ; also a Dusen tmry A Van Duzer light Top Wagon, In first rate order. Apply at EBHITT'S stable, corner of Twcuty second street and Seventh aTouue. ^ POR SALE CHEAP? AS THE OWNER HAS NO UfB for him, a beautiful bav llamhletonlan Horse, l&'a hands high, 7 years old ; line action, good stepper. In quire lor MARSHALL'S horse, at llrti'gs' stable, seventh avenue, corner Forty -second street, oral 4K Warren st. / "1 RI'.AT BARGAINS. ? IN CONSEQUENCE OP RE. \1 building part ol our premises, we oiler our entire stock seasonable sty'es new and second hand Carriages at greatly rc.luced price*. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. HARNESS, SHEETS, LAP DUSTERS, PLY NETS and Summer Horse Clothing ul very groat bargain* lor cash. E. BART LETT. Solo Manufacturer ol flursc Bonnets, C2 Warren street. Harness, saddles, horse CLOTHING, CAR* riagc Robes, Lap Dusters, Fly Nets and a large variety of Saddlery Goods always on hand. c. it smith a co., 40 Warren street. New York. arnt:ss, horse clothing, horse furnish II ing Goods and Carriage Equipments of every < ' <%, at MO: scrii.tion, style and grade, ami no luncv n rices, at MOSE MAN'S Harness Manuiactory and WarehouiM, 114 Chain be i a street. ___ HdRssE POR SALE.? A LA IK i P. TRUCK HORSE POR sale cheap. Cau be seen at the stul le 27s Madlfon street HORSKS.-.PARTIPB II A VI NO 0>E OJt TWO CIOOI). kind horses to spare can have lliein boar. led and cared lor in tho country for their use. Call nt KM Chain hers street. 1AM NOW SELLING TOP WAGONS FOR $:?); ALSO Roekaways and Phaetons at very desirable I. arguing ISAAC LOCK WOOD, corner 129;li street and Third avenue. Kentucky iiokhks for rale.-fine saddle Mare, I5'4 hands high, bay ; extra line pn'r bavs, Ifi hands; four more saddles; go all the gates. At 221 West Forty-sixth street. ONE OF THE REST LIVRRY STABLES IN THE Eighteenth ward ior sale. luquire of JAMES HY LAND, 312 last Nineteenth street PONY PHAETONS? EVERY DESCRIPTION POPU lar prices; depot Wagons in great variety, two ele gant six-seat extension-top Phaetons, Park Wagons, light Roekaways, low prices. _ MAR UPACTU RKRB' UNION, 6.W Broadway. T>ONY PHAETON WAHTED WITH TOP. STATE I price, maker and where it can be seen to C. li., box 1,317 Post office. SPEED. SPEED. SPEED. G UK AT SALE OF THE SEASON THIS DAY, AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART. 19 TO 25 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE. THREE VliRY FAST KOAD llOllSES, ONE ELE GANT ROAD TEAM. SALE POSITIVE AT Wi O'CLOCK, RAINORSIIINE (SECOND HAND AND SLIGHTLY SOILED CAR-" l' rlagos, bargains; T Cart, English Dog Car!, Depot Wagon, several Roekaways, top ami open Buggies, lump seat Wagon, Potiv Phaeton. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. STABLE TO LET? SEVENTEENTH STREET, BE tween P road way and Filth aventi", modern Stable, with plenty room lor lour horses and carriage*; coach man s room, *c. Inquire of F. M. BIRD, 3'J I'nlot; square. Trotting horsf.s.-two trotting horses that can boat 2 tunc ; warranted. TWO ELEGANT TEAMS; team black Mares; superior team for gentleman's road use, and warranted sound. TEAM SORREL CARRIAGE HORS-S, very stylish and warranted sound; Carriages of all kinds. AT AUOTION THIS DAY, at the Horse and Carriage Auction Mart of ? WILLIAM VAN TASSRLL, 110, 112, Il4 East Thirteenth street, hear Fourth avenue. TO LET?A NICK STABLE. WlTlf FIVE STALLS," and carriage house, in West Thirty-flrst street be tween Seventh ami Eighth avenues. Apply to II. J. L1PPK, 2E6 West Thlrty-tlri't street TV" A NTE D ? A TEAM OF BAY CARRIAGE HORSES, * T Ifi hands high ; must be sound, kind, gentle and of gixKl action. Address, with price ana where to be sern, B., box 116 Herald ettlce. "HT ANTED? A TOP PONY PHAETON, IN GOOD T? order, with Harness; also a gooil, strong Pony, It cheap. Address at once COUNTRYMAN, Herald olilce, with lowest prices. TITANTED? A YOUNG, WELL ltRKD, SOUND RID Vt Ing horse, full 15.3 high, that will go In harness; no fancy gaits required. Address, with price, color and age. box 1.212 Post office. WANTED-PONY FOR PHAETON, I# HANDS; must be well bred, sound and gentle for h lady to rule or drive. Address J. BLACK, Herald office. fV ANTED? A KIND AND GENTLE HORSE, A BAY TT preferred, about 6 vears old. tlmt an Invalid can drive with safety ; must be thoroughly sound, an easy driver and tair stepper, uot afraid of locomotive", be full v warranted and the price reasonable. Address, statii c price, description and where to be seen, JUNIOR, bo.\ 26J Jersey City l'oit office. ________ \\T A Nf ED? FOR THE 'BUMMER, A~GOOD SOUND TT Horse, to use in the country lor his keeping, of which the best of care will be taken. Address II. o. ii , box 4,177 Ponor.ce. . WANTED TO PURCHASE ? A DARK BAY IIORSE, I5'? hands high, good style, long tail and inane; also a good set of double Harness. Address, giving lull Sarticalars, with price, which must be low for casb, n., ox 3,830 Post oidce. TirANTED.? ANT ONB HAVING FOR SALE LOW A TT light halt spring no-top Koad Wagon (** seat preferreili, of first class city make, and in perfect order, can find a purchaser by addressing, with description and maker's name, F. P. o., box 5,241 Post office. YOU CAN ALWAYS PLACE IMPLICIT RELIANCE on the representations made by the housr of ARCH. JOHNSTON. It you are In search of n tamliv Team, a business Horse, or anything in the lior?e line, be sure and attend the sale at the mart tills day at Wla o'clock, at 19 to 25 Thirteenth street, near University place. See cata logue aliovc and be sure and attend the sale. REMEMBER SALE COMMENCES AT 10^ O'CLOCK. <J<-| r A -ORAT HOR8B. 8 YEARS, M "llANDS^ brown, 7 years, $2t*t. both warranted sound, kind, gentle for lady ; stylish; Hue roadsters. 216 West Thirty Ilrst street ArrtA FOR A BAY MORGAN HORSE, CARRIAGE, . ??)Uv/ Harness, Blankets and Whip; can lie driven by a lady. Inquire at D. UNDERHlLL'S stables, 52 La fayette place. ?tmiWRSM OHPOR rUfllTlKI. SUBSTANTIAL MILLING BUSINESS IN THIS city, establlslied 15 vears, will bosold for >20,090, or exchanged lor good real estaU' ; $10,0*1 ill addition re quired as working capital a vcrv rare opportunity, In viting a thorough personal investigation. RLLJS a BRINCKERIIOFF, 48 Broad street _ LKXANDER FROTHINGII AM k COMPANY SE j ^ cure capital for incorporated companion nirrchants manutacturers, mines, our ReglsU'r contains many names uos^essiiig > arious ainoufl's for investmeflt. ALEXANDER FROTHINGHAM * COMPANY, 112 and 114 Broadway. A-?2V0nn WANTED, SPECIAL OR ACTIVE CAPI . tal, toincrease inaiiufacturlng in established retail Ladles' French Shoe llouac. Apply to JKFFRRS, 1,179 Broadway. _ A RARE CHANCE FOR CAPITALISTS.? FOR SALE, the newly Issued patent of a new. Important ma chine. I.arge profits for investors. Address INVENTOR, Herald odlce. A SMALL MANUFACTURING BUSINESS OF THIRTY years standing lor sale, on easy terms to close an estate. Address box 192 Herald office. A STEADY MAN WITH f'2,00) CASH OAN SRCURE a po-ltion payina good salary, also securi y lor money Full paiUculars at 291 Broadway, room liL A Bt'Sf1* KM OPKtKTURITI K*. ABLATE QUAKRYINiI AMD M A N U PACTU IllN.i . S'WJJS* insuccessiul i operation. requires a partner wi b 916, ttW; profits over 30 per cent; larne orders, de mand unlimited , with extension ol ucilitles now in progress profit* can he <louhl. il KLK1S A BRINCKERHofp, 48 Broad afreet. A N MTAILIIHBO BUSINESS. DOING A VERY loT j\ munerative city and country trade, for Mia for 91 XM rea?on lor selling party has other business anil not able to attend to boih. net profits last year over 93.11.1); a full knowledge 0f the business may be acquired m about two WMk UinM NET PROFIT, Herald office. An established hake and profitable busi mm will he xolil on raiv terms or exchanged fur Real KstaU< or other Securities; or an interest win txi ?old to the right party. __ B. II ? VANDYKE, 160 Broadway. A GENTLEMAN WANTED? WITH $.*)(>, TO JOIN advertiser in tine paying business: only parties of temperate habits need Apply. Call at 35} West Thirty first street. A HOOD STEADY MAN WITH $400 CAN SECURE AN interest in an old-cwtablishcd business doing $700 per month. Address 8. K., box T12 Herald office. BUSINESS.- THE SUBSCRIBER HAS A Do mestic machine that can -be sold to nearly every well-to-do family in the lsn-1 ; has ample facilities tor manufacture, bat desires an associate of Intelligence to manage the sale, correspondence, Ac.; a few thousand dollars necessary. Address. fur inter view, bo* 180 ilcrald office. (lAI'ITAL GUARANTEED. -QUaRRY BUSINESS, J owned by responsible concern, wuuld give manage ment and interest to reliable party, with not less than $lo m?) bustiies-i unlimited ; profit* very large. Address manufacturing, bo* 175 Herald office. _ __ EV)RSALE- TI1E WHOLE OB A HALF INTEREST in one of the best paying dining saloons an I lodging housei in this cltv, near Oram! Central depot P. H. RotiERS, L'O E i?t Forty-third street IpOR 8ALK -MANHATTAN LINE OF STAGES, RUN 1 ning from Thirty-second street and Sixth avenue up the Boulevard to Carinuu-tviUe . in A No. I order: reason for selling, the parties linve other bu->ine?g ami cannot attend to It. Per particulars in.| aire of J. A D. 1IUYLER, 31 i'err.v street or 81 Eighth avenue. If OR BALU CHEAP, OR BXORANGB FOR MORT 1 gages or Property? A 23 yearn' established Light Hinple Manufacturing Business ; easily managed, profit able and will bear investigation H. PATTBBBG 299>^ Broadway 1WILL EXCHANGE. FOR DRY GOODS OR CLOTO Iiik- valuable Real Estate near the Boulevard. West lluhokcit. Apply to 11. M. FUN8T0N, 243 Broadway, room 3, from 10 Co 3. INTERIOR DOCKS, BBOOKLYN.-W ANTED, LIVE 1 men to form business In heavy freight near Johnson and Plushing avenues, two mile* In from East River. DEVYR, M2Calyer rtreet tlreenpoint M PO BT AN T t ' A R D . Seaside visitors will find it to their interest and econ omy, hctorc making Summer arrangements, to examine ten line Cottages fronting fho ocean, on the Marine Pa vilioii grounds at Far Rockawu.v, L. I., all newlv painted and m flno order, to he sold at auction, bv J EltE. JOHNI SON, Jr., on Saturday, June 21, by Imperative order of a well Known hanking house. Particulars and maps in a lew days of JEltB. JOHNSON, Jr., 2M'ark row, N Y. ONE OF THE BEST FAMILY HOTELS AND RBSTAU ranLs In the city i.s offered for sule on favorahln terms, location uiiHtirpas?ed and patronage first class. Apply to GKIUGS, CARLETOV A CO., 'J8 Broadway. NE-il ALF OR WUOLB OF a FIRST CLASS BBB taurr.ut and Hotel lor sale: take ono half in real estate ; a good chance for a mini ot means. Apply to BERTOLET, I2rt Front street, New York PARTNER, WIT 11 "$25,6)0 TO $40,1)110, W ANTED? I N A.N cs ablished manufacturing busing*", having ware room in tills clly ; article manufactured used extensively l.v builders ?nl for mechanical purposes. Apply to GRIGGS, CARLE 'ION A CO.. 98 Broadway. PARTNER WANTED? IN BUTTER, CHEESE AND nroducc ; full control. Apply at 7G Centre Market, or 484 1'earl street. _ _ __ _ PARTNER W A NT E 0? WITH $fi,0-D, TO MANUFAO turc article needed In every family. Principals only please reply, with name and address, box 3,791 Post office. New York, . PARTNER WANTED -WITH FOI'NDRY AND MA elitlin shop, location preferred. Brooklyn, Jersey Oity, Newark or Paterson. Adrtrco box 4, .'$97 New York Post office. IX) PHYSICIANS OR DJtUGOtSTS -AN ELDERLY single mail wanted to take charge of a small drug store iiihI attend to a speclai pructlce ; to the right party, possessing ability, Ac., an interest will be given. Ad dress, with reference. (QUASSIA, box 1:1, Herald office. YV'A.MI D-A YOUNG MAN, WITH ?7jOTO 91.NP0, A3 tt partner In a Grocery, Provision and Crockery Store In the country -. must he able to keep books: one having this amount and iin-ans basin -si; none others need apply. Address COUNTRY, llorald office. 11TANTED? A PARTY WITH $3,000 TO JOIN tt entially In a lucrative, a-4recahle business; a sure fortune inside of 12 months. Kor particulars a Idress II. HUDSON, Herald office. \\J 'ANTED? $100,000, SPECIAL CAPITAL, IN A NEW York firm ol twenty years' standing, who's senior partner desires to retire; the business, importing and Jobbing, has always been successful, and Is done wholly lor cash ; the advertiser would offer the special partner twelve |Kjr ccnt interest on his capital und indemnify him against any loss whatever until the general capital shall nil have been sacrificed ; money is .safer In a good business than outside. Address TUUEM AN, Yonkcrs, N. Y. &/f HA-1 TO TAKK INTEREST IV A LAUNDRY. K8 <J)tWU tablishod or to be established. Address K. K., box li3 Herald office. $r.AA WILL SECURE HALF INTliltEST IN A ' " 'W well established genfeul oflice hit sines* that will pay JA.iko per annum. Cull at Wl Mroadway, room 27, from 9 to 12 A. M. J. 1 AAA -PARTNER WANTED WITH TI1I8 ?PL.'M/ll. amount to go West ; for ihe right man this Is an excellent opportunity. Full particulars at 712 Broadway, r'lom No. 3. (i?i ran -PARTNER WANTED IN A SAFE CASH ?lp '? ?)"">, business that will pay $\ni)) per aniiuin. Interview and particulars ut 151 Broadway, room 12, after III o'clock. 4!l rtflA ?A FORTUNE; WANTED. A PARTY TO take an Interest and superintend the office for the most salable little article ever patenwd. Apply, irom 11 to 3, at 50 Broad street, room 7. tO HAA -farther wantkd. with this 'rii.WWlf, amount, to join in a manuiacturlng busi ness ; can have one-thiril Interest . a good chance for an enterprising young man. Address S. A. W., box 304 Herald office. dhk) ?W ANTED? A YOUNG MAN OF ENERGY ?jp^.UwU, to )oiu subscriber with equal amount in an enterprise that will pay $m.0I0 or $10,mK> a piece In 3 months ; real estate security given. Apply, troin 10 to 12 and I to 4, at .119 ltroadway, room it (fro (Win TO $S,00'l. ? PARTNER WANTKD IN AN ipO.UUU established manufacturing business, to take ttie place of rutiring partner. Address CONFI DENCE, Herald office. d>?J AHA WILL SECURE ONE THIRD INTEREST ?PO.U""U In a splendid paying business, controlled by a patented machine that Is a itreat success. Satisfac tory information given for selling. lieruld Uptown Branch office. AAA WILL PURCHASE, TO CLOSE AN ipwO.UUU estate, a large Manufacturing Business, working under its own copyrights, paving $20,000 per an num . can Iki doubled with a small ouilav. Responsible principals only address EXECUTOR, inquirer office, Philadelphia. 1)BV GOODS. gXTHA J EXTRA EXTRA ANNOUNCEMENT of ?* B. H. MACY A CO. An immense stock of RA8II RIBBONS, SASH RIBBONS, SASH RIBBONS, HASH RIBBONS, at A OREAT SACRIFICE. SASH RIBBONS. PLAIN, 0B08 GBAIN, PLAID, BOM AN, STRIPED, WATERED FA?U "kThBONS. SPLENDID QUALITY go^s" L0W?R than such goods have been sold at for years R. H. MACY A CO., Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue. R. H MACY A CO. HAVE JUST received, per STEAMER VILLE DU HAVRE, AND WILL OPEN EARLY NEAT WBEK, a select assortment of the LATEST PARISIAN NOVELTIES, LADIES' RUSSIA AND VELVET BELTS, with Oxidised Attachments. OXIDIZED OXIDIZED CHATELAINES, BELT CLASPS, VlN AltlRETTBS, SLEEVE BUTTONS, SHAWL AND VEIL PINS. DRESS AND CLOAK BUTTON#, many of tlicm EXCLUSIVK STYLES, In E2h)U!?ITE ANTIQUE designs. impvrtsil only ^ , . by this house. Also three ca.cs 0BNUINt fcxlracf-s, Syaiis and Powders, at lower prtees than heretofore. R. U. MACY A CO., Pourteenth street and Sixth avenne, ?M I l.l.l \ Kit V AND UltKSW WAKIWO. ^ A-HAISON WALTON, NO, 802 BROABW ?V, ABOVE , Union square, importer <>t Paris Honnets and English Round liais, from the leading houses in horops. Anew style op sun iiat; also the latrst style i of round Hats, just received at Madame C. DELAi l 'H Broadway, uear Mnateeiitll