OCR Interpretation


The New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1840-1920, June 24, 1873, Image 1

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030313/1873-06-24/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE NEW YORK HERALD
WHOLE NO. 13,450. NEW Y011K, TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1873.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
D1KEC1UKV FOR IDVCBTCSERS.
AMUSEMENTS? Ninth Page? Fifth and sixth columns
ASTROLOGY? Ninth Pack? Fifth column.
BILLIARDS ? Ninth Paci- -First ColUlllU.
BOA K l> KKS WANTED? TwKLrru Pack? Fourth and filth
columns. _
BOA It i> AN I) LODGING WANTED? Twelith Pace?
Fifth culmiin.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-8kconi)
i' AUK? First Cllilllllll.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ? Second Pack? Scconil
ami thiril columns.
BUS1NE. S NOT1CI.S? Seventh I'agk? Sixth column.
CIGARS ANL) TOnAi'CO? Ninth Pack? First column.
Cli'Y REAL ESTATE FOB HA Li.? Second Pack? Hrst
column. '
CLERKS AND SALESMEN? Twelfth Pack? Second col
umn.
CLOTH 1 NO? Ninth Pack? Fifth column.
COACHMEN AND GARDEN ERS? Twelitd Pack? Third
column. _
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? Skcond Pace? Fifth and
sixth columns.
COPARTNERSHIPS? Eighth Pack? Fifth column.
COUNTRY BOARD? Twelfth Pace? Filth and sixth col
umns.
DENTISTRY? Ninth Park? Fifth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN
FURNISHED? Ninth Pack? Third column.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS? Skcond Pack? Fourth and
tilth columns.
EUROPE ? Piiist Pack? Second column.
EYES AND EARS? Ninth Pack? Second column.
EXCURSIONS? Second Pack? Sixth column.
FACTORY PROPERTY? Second Pack? First column.
KIN aNCIAL-J'Iichtii Pack? Fourth anil tilth columns.
FOR SALE? Ninth Pack? Second column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Ninth Pack? Third and fourth columns.
FURNITURE? Ninth Pack? Fourth column.
1IELP WANTED? FEMALES? 1'wki.mii Page? First
column. ,
HELP W\NTED? MALES? Twklitu Page? Third and
fourth columns.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.? First Pack? Third, fourth,
fifth and sixth columns.
HOTELS? Twelfth Pace- Fifth column.
HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANT ED? Ninth Pace? Fourth
column.
INSTRUCTION? First Pack? Second column.
JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER
GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Skcond Pack?
First column.
.LOAN OFFICES? FinsT Pack? Sixth column.
LOST AND FOUND? Fiust PAUK-First and second col
umns.
MACHINERY? Ninth Pack? Second column.
MARBLE MANTELS? Ninth Pack? First column.
MEDICAL- Ninth Pack? Filth column
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? Tkntb Page?
Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS ? Ninth Pace? Fourth column.
MUSICAL? Ninth Pack? Sixth column.
NEW PUBLICATIONS? Seventh I'ACK-Sixth column.
NEWSPAPERS? Second Pack? Sixth column.
PERSONAL? First Pack? First column. '*
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS. AC.? Ninth Pack? Fifth
column.
PROPOSALS? First Pack? Sixth column.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES?
Twelfth Pack? First column.
PROPER I Y OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT? Second Page? First and second columns.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Second Pace? Second
column.
REAL ESTATE WANTED? Skcond Pace? Second col
umn.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES? Nintii Pack? First column.
REWARDS? First Pack? Second column.
SALES AT AUCTION? Second Pack? Third and iourth
columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Ei.ettnth Pace
First. second, third, fourth, fltth and sixth columns,
and Twelfth Pace? First column.
SITUATIONS WANTED? MALES? Twiarrn Pack? First
and second columns.
SPECIAL NOTICES? First Pace? Second colnmn.
SPORTING-DOGS, BIRDS, AC.? First Pack? Third
column.
SUMMER RESORTS? TwKLPrn Pack? Sixth column.
THE TRADES? Twelfth Pack? Fourth ojlumo.
THE TURF? First Pace? Third column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES? Ninth Pack?
Third column.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE? Second Pack? Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET
Nintii Pack? Fourth colnmn.
WANTED TO PURCHASE? First Page? Sixth column.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET? Second Pack? First column.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.? First Pace? Second col
umn.
HEHAID BRANCH OFFICE-IPTOWN.
j^DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
DECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE
A"'' 1 ' ' -V
^ 1,265 BROADWAY AND 630 SIXTH AVENUE,
BETWEEN THIRTY-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 MORNING NO EXTRA CHARGES.
PA1US AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK
HERALD.
J^ESSRS. KREMER A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER,
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE
NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL
ERS WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO
8INOLE NUMBERS OF~Th7s PAPER TO PARTIES
REQUIRING THEM.
PERSONAL.
?<* A II."? MISS MINNIE MOORE, FORMERLY 12H,
iV. would be pleased to have you call at 144sauic
Street.
Broadway, Monday morning.? youno lady
noticed gentleman. Address OVID, Herald Uptown
Branch office.
Guthrie? yours received alj, right-, will
not disappoint agaiiL; say Saturday or Wednesday,
at 10 or 12; not Tuesday if you can help it. ARMOU R.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF CHARLES HAYES,
late of Traloe, County Kerry, Ireland, a cooper by
trade ; last heard from at Cleveland, Ohio; hl< wife wants
news of him. Address MARY HAYES, care Larneil A
Warren, SOU Broadway, N. Y.
INFORMATION WANTED? OF W. It. MOU.OWN, A
musician ; was last heard from at Long Branch, the
day Longfellow and Hurry Bassett rail, informant lib
erally rewarded by a distressed father.
WM. MuQUOWN, Glasgow, Kv.
IF THIS SHOULD MEET THE EYE OF MRS. THOMAS
Spcllman she will greatly oblige her old friend, just
arrived In the city from California, by calling or address
ing a line to 96 Watts street, tor Mrs. Mary scainons.
IF THIS SHOULD MEET THE EYE OF ANY ONE
knowing the whereabout* of Jenny Iiominlck. for
merly of Ireland, aged about' 2 >, please address W. K.
SMITH, Philadelphia Post ofllcc.
ARY THE DANE-ROSEBANK PARK, CLIFTON,
Staten Island, Thursday, 10 A. M. White Lily.
ROSE.
M
Monday, i o'clock p. m.-tiif. lady, wearing
ii wige green bonnet, accompanied by lady friend, in
Clarence, driving down Broadw ay, and who recognized
mid bowed to gentleman in South terry stage, who was
lining up Broadway, will confer avervgrcat tavor to that
gentleman by addressing, iu perfect confidence, BOB,
Herald ofllcc.
ON 19TH INST.? A- GENTLEMAN WHO MET LADY
I in black, with friend also in black, ts desirous of milk
ing her acquaintance; lady and friend got on Broadway
car, corner University place and Fourteenth street and
rode up to St. Cloud Hotel, where said lady despatched a
telegram ; then rode up to Fiitieth street and Seventh
avenue an. I got off, gentleman lollowing. Please address
WILLIAM MORTIMER, Herald Uptown Branch office.
"JP
iBT."? WHY DON'T YOU WRITE YOUR OLD
"RASCAL
^ARAII? COME HOME; YOUR MOTHER Is DYING.
The anonymous corrkspondeni of eleventh
street Is in error ; the writer has no poodles, nor has
he ever had any dogs in rear yard at niglit If said cor
respondent will apply at the statdes rear ot Flith Avenue
House, southeast corner ot i-.h venth street, the annoy
ance may be reached, and gratlty the whole neighbor
hood. No apology necessary. W,
"14/ILLIAM Robertson, SON of ANDREW robin
Tt son, formerly of Oxford street. I-ondon, England,
deceased I' the above William Robertson, who left Eng
land in or about the year 1815, tor America or Canada,
and whose lustAnown address was at Messrs. Cooper A
Holi's, merchants, H, million, Canada West, Is still alive,
lie Is hereby Informed that he Is entitled to a legacy or
Interest under the will oi Uncle William Robertson, for
merly ot Drumtork . in Scotland, and of 130 Aldersgate
utreet, in London nioresald, who died on the 31st March,
IVX on condition that he makes claim to such lciracv
within twelve months from testator's decease. Applica
tion to be made to Mi ssrs. BUDD A SON. t3 Bedford row,
London, England, Solicitors tor the Executors.
"tl/ALL STREET STAGE TO CANAL STREET, MON
?V day morning? Will the ladles who noticed gentle
man grant an Interview, stating actions and style of dress.'
Address.!, lv II., Herald ofllcc.
lost 1Kb roti\o.
Tost_a gold bracelet, on Saturday even
1 lug, in or near Thomas' Central Park Garden;
liraoelct mude ot three str tuils of chain The tinder will
be rewarded upon returning it to CHARLES OARLlCliS
A CO.. 00 Exchange place.
IOW-* SMALL DIAMOND STUD, ON SATURDAY
J evening, in or near Central Park Garden. The tinder
will be suitably rewarded bv retiirnlft* It to FRUIND
(JOLDSMH II A CO., No. 8 Maiden laic .
I OUT? ON SATURDAY, AT Till. jEKOME PARK
J two bull l'oioiinuise. A suitable rew ard will be given
on their return to 44.' Lexington avenue.
10(11 OR STOLES -ONE STATU OP FLORIDA 6 PER
J cent Currency It. ud, uumberi d IBS, for $1,000, of
?t* te l!*>y. As naymcnt o( saint has been stopped and
application mode tor issue ot new bond, it is valueless
exciipt to the undersigned A rea-onabU- rew ard will I*
piii<l tor it? delivery to L. P. II A ^ N'E A CO., No. 64 Broad
UroM, New York
REWARDS.
$r REWARD.? STRAYED, FROM 104 SPRING
*) strew. Yesterday inornlng, a while nnrl liver
colored poiitler Pup, six nionthsold; small spots of hair
pone from its body Irom mange ; answers to tlio natne pf
REWARDS.
$r REWA D.? LOST, ON TUESDAY, JUNK 17, AN
> ) Iron Cray Shepherd Dog. The owuer can be found
at 81S Broad wuy, upstairs.
<?>"|fk REWARD.? LOST OR TAKKN BY MISTAKE
V I W Irom ttic waiting room of the Now Haven depot
on Saturday, about m o'clock I'. M.,a blue pastel ourd
liox. containing Scottish and English photographic
Views. fid reward wiil be paid by returning the .same to
A. SIIEDDEN, -15 West Twenty eighth street
REWARD? FOR THE RETURN OK one
black double-breasted Frock Coat, one light
single-breasted Businc.s.s Coat and two small Suits of
Buys' Clothing, stolen froui my residence, 248 Hudson
street, iloboken : the black frock coat contained valuable
papers of use only to owner. No questions asked.
Dr. LEWS. 242 lliidsoii street, Hoboken. N. J.
$i)Z HEW UiD-AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED, FOR
? Mocking Bird taken Irom AUTEN'S Wayside
Hotel. Central avenue, on Saturday evening, Jnne 21.
?<fe?A REWARD.? STOLEN? FROM STATEROOM 10#
steamer Providence, lor Newport, night ot'June
, one smooth case, open lace gold stein- winding Watch,
made by Raynaud, Geneva Aliove reward atiu no ques
tions asked will be paid for its return to H. D. CLAPP,
office ol J. struthers A Co., 45 Wall street, Now York.
Al/VA REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED.?
?J)J UU Stolen irom my trunk, Articles ot copartner
ship bet ween John Buhler ami John Fredericks; also a
Promissory Note tor $',00l and other papers ot no value
toothers. JOHN FREDERICKS, No. 1 Walker street.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
American register, Paris, Saturday, june
7.? Copies may now be procured at this office.
A? HERALD BRANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN,
? cornef of Fulton avenue and Hoe rum street.
Open Irom 8 A. M. to 9 I'. M.
on Sunday from 3 to 1) 1*. M.
A
?HAl.F MILLION DOLLARS CASH GIFTS, D1S
> trlbuiei! at Grand Gilt Concert in Louisville In a
few days. Few tickets only uusoid, for Bale by J. T.
EDtiK, 18 Broad street, New York.
I DUE'S
E1
only Fireworks Depot,
list! Broadway.
IT ENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY, FOR THE BENEFIT
JV of the schools of Frankfort. ? Frizes amounting lo
$500,000 drawn daily. Official drawings on file. Also
Havana Lottery. Circulars tree. JOSEPH BATES,
Agent, 190 Broadway, room No. 1, Chatham Hank Build
ing; branch office 71 Broadway, room 31, New Vork.
OFFICE OF BOARD OF EXCISE, NO. 299 MULBERRY
street. New York. May ,H), 1873.? The Board ot Excise
in and lor the city and county of New York, give public
notice that they V" receive Applications and issue Li
censes for the sale of strung and spirituous liquors,
wines, ale and beer, iu accordance with the laws ot the
State of New York, on and alter MONDAY, June 2, 1873,
at the following rate ot license fees, which have been es
tablished by this Board, viz:?
CLASS 1. For tlrst class hotels, restaurants, saloons,
Ac., the sum of S-'M.
CLASS 2. For second class hotels, restaurants, saloons,
Ac., tile sum ot $160.
('LASS 3. For all other places wnere strong and spirit
uous liquors are sold and drunk upon the premises tlio
sum ot $ lot).
CLASS 4. For storekeepers, druggists, and all places
where strong and spirituous liquors are fold in quantities
less than five, gullons ut u time, und uot drunk upon the
premises, the sum of $60.
CLASS 5. For ull places where ale and beer only arc
sold, ami i no strong or spirituous wines or liquors, the
Jdin'of $30!
The amount of the license fee in each case must ac
company the application.
Parties receiving a license will be furnished with a
copy of the law regulating the sale of intoxicating liquors,
una a strict compliance therew ith M ill be required.
Particular attention is directed to the provisions of the
law relative to closing on the Sabbath, ana from 1 to S
A. M. other days.
No license will be granted to known proprietors of. or
places used lor, houses ol prostitution, gambling or other
unmoral or unlaw tul purposes.
Applicants will please apply in the following order :?
From the. First Second, lliird, Fourth, Fifth anil sixth
wards. Irom June *>to June 7, inclusive.
From the Seventh. Eighth. Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh
wards, from June !> to June 14, Inclusive.
From the Twelllh, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth,
Sixteenth and Seventeenth wards, from June 16 to June
21, inclusive.
From the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth, Twenty
first and Twenty -second wards, from June 23, to June .8,
inclusive.
Notice is also given that a book for the registry of com
plaints tor violations of the Exci&e laws has been opens I
1R.U.'V* Vfliw.
No person Is authorized to receive any payment on ac
count ot this Board except at lt$ office aud during office
hours. _
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
No money received after 3 P. M.
JAMES L. STEWART. 1 commliuilnnnrs
? D. D. T. MARSHALL,
JOHN K. VOORlllS, ) oftoxiibe.
FI'ICLAL DRAWINGS
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES.
KENTUCKY? KXTK A CLASS NO. 396 ? JUNK 23, 1R73.
10, 5\ 7. Ml, 17, 75. 44, 55, 68, 16, 47, 66,
KENTUCKY? CLASS NO. 896? JUNK 23, 1873.
60. 11, 7, 50, 20, ti, us, :.4, I ft, 47, 49, 63. S.\
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.
finKLBT COLLEGE? F.XTRA CLASS NO. 2!<5? JUNK 23, 1*7?
07, '0. 36, 4, 15, 6. tl, 32. 25. 33, 17.
SHELBY COLLEGE ? CLASS NO. 206 ? JUNE S3, 1873.
64, 71, 21, 45. 07, 09. 68, 22. 19, 0". 26, 18, 74.
SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ivy.
Address C. HENRY, care J. Clutc, Broker, 200 Broad
way. Post ofllce box 4,909.
OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
Lottery tor the benefit ot the frrcc School Fund?
PERPETUAL? EXTRA CLASS 171? JUNE 23, 1873.
2, 72, 50, 28, 41. 19, 01, 14, 20, 77, 42, 74.
CLASS 172? JUNK 23, 1873.
7\ 57. Bfi, 4!'. 21, 77, 24. II, in, 19, 47, 5S.
COLE A CO., Managers, Charleston, S. C., June 2i, 1871
New YorK Post office box 3,855.
I'FICIAL DRAWING NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY.
EXTRA CLASS NO. 109? JUNE 23, 1873.
53, 0, 04 , 3. 47, 41, 1, 90. 48. 49. (15, 12.
NOllTn CAROLINA? CLASS NO. 110? JINK 2', 1671
18, 54, 47, 45, 34, 15, 37, 57, 5*. 71, .5, ?u, 2.
GERKEN A CO.. Managers.
LUTHY A CO.. Brokers, 2,"2 (ireenwich street, N. Y.
OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY? NEXT DRAWING JUNE
20. German state Lotteries. Send for circulars.
RITTEK .v id..
Post office box 3.836. 86 Nassau street room 4.
$"QQ nUQ IS DRAWN DAILY IN THE I.EGAL
'JO?7.uOv Izeil Kentucky Lottery; Koyal Havana
and Kentucky circulars tree ; 1 2 >^e. commission allowed.
Address DALEY A CO. (ofllce established 30yeurs). 174
oroadway.
YACHTS, STEAMBOAT*, ?sC.
A FAST SLOOP YACHT, IN COMPLETE ORDER,
for sale at u sacrifice -. one year old ; sails used only
about two month*. Apply to JOHN lilGGINH, Flushing,
L. I., or box 142 New York Post ofllce.
0
o
R
Boats of every description on hand and
built to order, at mv shops, 30.8, 373 South street and
114th street, Harlem River. STEPHEN ROBERTS.
TpOR SALE? THE FIRST CLASS SLOOP YACHT
P Daphne. 48 feet long; cabin hard wood, perfectly
sound ; in splendid order and furnished in every particu
lar' price J&.iMO. Address box 13a Herald ofllce.
TKIR SALE? A SLooP YACHT, MX13.6 : HANDSOMELY
T furnished and In complete order; stateroom, water
closet and water tanks. Apply ai .10 Beaver street, third
floor, or uddress box .',811 Post office.
For sale? the steam ferryboat eclipse,
148 teet long. 47 feet wide over ull: engine, 22-lnoh
cylinder, 0 feet stroke ; saloon on upper dock no cabin on
main deck : hull and machinery in good order; will be
sold low. Apple to A. 11ECKMAN, South street terry
slip, Philadelphia.
J JOB S ALB OR CHABTBR? PBOPELL8B ABTISANi
freights and passengers; sld" wheel Steamboat, 130
feet long, inches draft; sidowheel Steamboat, 125 teet
long, 30 inches draft. W. It. HAZARD, Jr., 02 Harrison st
rjH'G BOATS roil SALE.
New, 45 ft. long, 13 ft, beam, engine 14x12, price $6,000.
New, 03 ft long, 16 ft. beam, engine 10x10, price $10,0(10.
1 vear old, 56 tt. long, IIS ft. beam, engine iixlJ, $7,(*?i
3 yejirsold, 60 it. long. 15U ft. beam, engine 14x12, $7,000.
1 vear old, 17 it. long, 12 t'. twain, engine 12x10, >5,009.
1 year old, to it. lonit, 12 tt. beam, enniti" 0x1 1, $i..mo.
2 years old, t>2tt. long. 14ft. beam, engin" 18x20, $0,5oi.
6 years old, -'5 ft long, 1!) ft. beam, engine 20x21. $14,000.
Also a Siiie wheel Boat. 70 teet long. 12 teet beam. JO teet
over guards; engine 12.2x12; geared 2 to I on th" wheels;
in perfect order and a good sm boat; carry 10 ? passen ?
Bers; .1 teet draught; will be sold cheap for cash, parties
having no use lor her.
Apply to F. C FORCE,
Nos. 5 and 7 Dev street, roouiO.
A V' ANTED ? A 20 FOT>l SAIL BOAT, ('ATRHiGED,
?? Penny Bridge model; must be stiff and In good
order. Address, slating price, L. D. S? Herald I'ptown
Branch office.
11 '"ANTED TO PURCIIASK? A BAROK, NEW OR
?' nearlvs<i; dimensions about 115x31. Address box
4,219 Post office.
INSTRUCTION.
AT THOMPSON'S COLLEGE. 20 FOURTH AVENUE,
2\ opposite Cooper Institute. ? Bookkeeping. Writing.
Arithmetic and I anguages. Day and ev. nlng. Ladles'
department, 'l eievraphy taught practically ; demand tor
operators. No vacation. ?
AM F.N I A SEMINARY \MENIA, n. y.-will again
open for Summer Board July I. A charming Sum
mer houie. Plenty ot room lor children.
s. r. frost, Proprietor.
\LGEBKA. BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, ENi'iLfsll
Bran> lies; 24 Writlmr I^essous. $2 fiO. PAINK'S
Business College, Broadwav, juuetion Sixth avenue ,
down town college 02 Bowery. Day and evening all
Summer; ladies' department.
TyiLBBAR'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 875 BROAD
J ' 'wae, corner ol Eighteenth street, will remain open,
dav nil I evening, all summer, to prepare pupils practi
cally lor Fall business. Oentlemen, lauies and boys enn
have special private lessons in Business Writing," Book
keeping. Arithmetic or other branches. Stillness, cramp
ing or trembling entirely removed.
/ IIRARO I NSTITI'TK? SELKCT FRENCH AND ENG.
IT lish Dav and Boarding School, 35 East SixtV-secon I
street, near the Central Park, will receive scholars dur
ing Summer vacation.
Professor PAUL E (1 IRAKI). Director.
Kt ROPB.
THE QPKEN'S HOTEL NEAR THE CRYSTAL
Palace, I'riper Norwood, London.? To tourists and
families. ? Its elevated, pleasant aud most salubrious pod
Hon. combined with the cnintort aflordeil and Its general
'management, ha\e made the (Queen's Hotel u favorite
resorl of the upper ranks of English society.
rpo m i Two provision STOWU in LONDON,
J. England, where any kind of American produce < an
lie sold, or en energetic party who can insure consign
ments can have an Interest In thetni relerencce ex
WOBTCTflilWIM, bikhs
A? FOR SAUL AmT KINDS OF FANCY DOG8,
. Birds, Ac. : Medicines for all diseases: Prepared
Food for mocking bird.-. At B. 0. DOVE * 'ft, No. 3 Grecuo
street, near Canal. ?
ASIX-LEGOED LIVE BOO (GREAT CURIOSITY)
and a learned Monkey lor sale, at E?ergreen Farm,
Gwynedd, Pa.
. THE Tl'HF.
?TOLBETWO0D ASSOCIATION'.
J? Morrisuniu. Weritheittr county, N. Y.
Kpriii'j Mot* tin?. W73,
THIRD DAY-TUESDAY, JUNE 24.
Purse No. 5. 1 1.000? For 2 -.'A Horaes.
M. Carroll's ch. m. Highland Maid.
James Dugrey's br. ni. Lid a Plcton.
John C. Buvdiim's lir. in. Constance.
Aiden < loli (hiii it li '.s b. s. Abdullah.
Alexander Patterson's br. in. Brown Kitty.
Pierce Hayden'sbr. in. Lady Anna.
Daniel Filler's br. g. Barney Kelly.
M. linden's b. h. Wmslow.
Purse No. 6, $1,500? For 2:26 Homos.
.lames Irvin * blk. s. Charles K. Loew (formerly Patch
on ChlUtj.
Reniiimin Mace's b. in. Clara O.
Oti? Hart's b. g. Confidence.
George N. Ferguson's w. g. Crown Prince.
John L. Dotv's s. m. Nonesuch.
FOURTH DAY? WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23.
Purso No. 7, $800? For 2:13 Horses.
M. Rodeil's I>. g. Penobscot
George Hodden's br. h. Asu.
M. Carroll's blk. s. Wnithrop Murrell, Jr.
R.J. Anderson's blk. g. Wlnfleld.
James Dugrey's nr. g. lien Smith.
I. P. Ackermun's br. s. Ilumperion.
Daniel Mace's h. g. Tip Allen.
Benjamin Mace's s. ni. Washburn Maid.
Aldcn Goldsmith's br. m. Volunteer Hello
Alexander Patterson's b. ir Frank Kloc.li.
Otis Hart's br. g. Hrown Prince.
A. McDonald's b. g. Richards.
Daniel Filler's br. m. Lady Filler.
Thos. Lee's r. g. Henry C. Woolley (formerly Spangle).
John Splan's br. in. Mollic Marker.
Purse No. S, $3,801'? For 2 ?1 Horses.
Peter Manee's b. s. Win. il. Allen.
Allien Goldsmith's li. in. Huntress.
John Lovett's b. in. Gazelle.
Daniel Mace's ch. g. Judge Fullcrton.
The above races will be mile heats, best three In Ave,
in harness, and to be governed by the rules of the Na
tional Association. In case ol postponement of any race
it shall be the next good day and track, omitting Sun
day. Any driver substituted for another, as authorized
by rule No. 28, will be paid $51) tor such service.
Where eigUt or more horses start in a race the distance
will be 150 yards. Knees commence each day at 3 o'clock.
Art mission to grand stand and Held, $2. Badges to Club
House, endorsed by member, $5.
Horse cars leave Harlem Bridge cacti day of the races
every 10 minutes, direct tor the park Trains leave Forty
second street depot ut 11 :4(i A. M., 1 o'clock and 2 :30 P. M.
C. H. VAN NESS, President.
W?. H. Van Cott, Superintendent.
I1LEETWOOD ASSOCIATION.? NOTICE.? OWINO TO
the unfavorable weather Monday's races w ill take
place to-day, and Tuesday's rAccs (2:!S and 2:21 class)
will be trotted on Wednesday, as per advertisement.
WM. H. Van COTT, Superintendent
TITAVERLEY PARK TROTTING MEETING. JUNE
V? 26 and 26, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
at 1 P. M.? First day? Driving Club Purse. five entries;
3:00ela-;s, ten entries; 2:27 class, seven i utiles; running,
halt mile, three entries. Se mid day? Trotting I he near
est to 3 minutes, eight t. i ics; 2:50 class, eight entries;
2:34 class, seven entries. 'Inird day?-2 :40 class, thirteen
entries; saddle trot, six entries; paif-s, tlve entries; Open
to All Purse, five entries. Advisslon ftii cents. Take
Pennsylvania road, tootot Curtlandt street, to Waverley,
11 milts. PlilNEAb JONES, President.
A. H. 1'ai.mer, Secretary.
POOLS SOLD? AT JOHNSON'S, NO. 1,187 BROAD
way, corner Twenty-eighth street, on Utiea Park
races and billiard matches ut Irving Hall this and every
evening during tjie week. T. B. JOHNSON.
HORSBS, ( ARlil AUBS, dCC.
A GREAT SPECIAL, IMPORTANT, POSITIVE AND
ABSOLUTE 8ALK BY PUBLIC AUCTION TIMS
DAY (TUESDAY), JUNE 24. AT 10U O'CLOCK,
AT THE STABLE, NO. 3 NEILSON PLACE (MERCER
STREET), BETWEEN WAVERLEY AND CLINTON
PLACES, OF THE ENTIRE TURNOUT OF A PRIVATE
GENTLEMAN. INCLUDING TEAMS AND SINOLE
HORSES, ELEGANT CARRIAGES AND WAGONS,
HARNESS, BLANKETS. ROBES, WHIPS, AO.,
BY JENKINS A DUFF, AUCTIONEERS.
A handsome, rich and fast team of Black Geldings, 15%
hands high, 6 and 7 years old; arc lull brothers ; were
raised in .Ii tl'erson county, and sired by Blucher, dam a
Black Hawk mare; they are finely bred, with great stvle
and action, and are without exception the finest driving
&tii1 best acting team lor gentleman's road use to be
tounil, and wltn their extra line disposition make them
sec nd to no team living for family use : they are sate
for any one to drive; can trot better than 2;Vf single or
double; thev have full niunes and tails, with tine limbs,
clean Kaited and stvle; act qnd drive alike; they are
warranted sound, kind and true.
Rich, prompt, game and sLviish team of young bay
Geldings; are 15 hands high, 6 and 8 years old, are highly
bred, finely mated In style, gait and action, and arc ex
tra pleasant, free, easv and prompt drivers; no lugging
or fretting; need neither checks nor gags; have neither
vice, tricn nor lault, and are great roadsters; can travel 16
miles in the hour and 1 mile in 2:55, and in all arc an
A No. 1 road team, or an decant family team; they are
warranted sound, kind and true.
Fast mahogany bay trotting Gelding, 15>? hands high, 7
vears old. sired by Kentucky ? lay. dam by Woodpecker;
lie is one of the finest and host waited trotters that goes
the road; he lias line action and endurance, amiable (lis
position, powerfully palled and excellent pole horse ; tins
and can trot now better than 2 :45; he is afraid of nothing ;
will stand in street withuut tviiu.' and Is warranted sound
and kind.
Also one of the handsomest lady's or child's coal Mack
I'onifS in New York ; he is 14 hands liiL'li, ti years old ; not
a white hair on hlin ; full, flowing mime and tall, and
extra flue saddle pony : has all galls and can oarrv heavy
weight; lie can trot lietter than tour minutes and is per
fectly safe for children's use ; he Is u perfect picture and
pet, and warranted sound and Kind.
Also oncTiandaulet, one Coupe, one pony Phaeton, two
top Wagons, one open Wagon, single and doublu Harness,
Blankets, Robes. Whips, Ac.
All will be sold to highest bidder without limit or re
striction. Stock to be seen at stable as above at nil times
nrior tii sale. A lull warrantee given purchasers ol
horses and ample time ullvwed for triul anil exami
nation.
P. S -IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ABOVE WILL
ALSO
lie sold a complete Turnout, consisting of a hrown Team,
II hands high, 6 years old, both excellent under saddle,
gentle and docile ill harness; can trot very last, and war
ranted sound and kind; also a rumble seat basket Phae
ton. one set Double Harness, Whip, Robe, Sheets, Ac., the
w hole comprising as flue a turnout as can be seen on
park or road ; arc the property of Samuel E. Sil.-by. Esq.,
and cost a few weeks ago tl.275 tor the turnout ; must
and will be sold to highest bidder without any limit.
The above will also be at stable No. 3 Noil. son place this
dav for examination.
?V B. ? SALE POSITIVE, RAIN OR SHINE.
Remember, sale commences promptly at 10>? o'clock.
A
T AUCTION THIS DAY, BY
WILLIAM VAN TASSELL, AUCTIONEER.
(SUCCESSOR TO JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL),
HORSE AXI) CARRIAGE AUCTION MART.
112 AND 114 ly^ST THIRTEENTH ST., NEAR 4TII AV.
REGULAR SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
Twenty-tour to forty-eight hours given purchaser* to test
warranties.
CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY'S) SALE AT
J2 O'CLOCK.
ELEGANT TEAM SORREL HORSES, 16 HANDS
high, li years old ; kind mid true In all harness; free from
vice ; good travellers ; very stylish : '>re in every respect a
first class carriage teum, and warranted sound; also .set
line Harness and
EXTENSION TOP PARK PHAETON, BUILT BY LAW
re nee.
BLACK TROTTING HORSE, SIRED BY BLACK
Hawk, Rattler dam Black Maria; she by Gill's Vermont
lilaek Hawk ; is I&J5 bauds high, fi years old: kind uuJ
true 111 all harness ; free from vice : trotted when lour
years old In 3 :U6, and can now trot lietter than 3 minutes;
11 splendid pole horse, and warranted sound ; also set fine
Harness ami
rill* WAGON, NEARLY NEW, WITH POLE AND
shafts, built bv J. B. Brewster A Co.
BLACK PONV MARE. 15 HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS
old; kind anil true in all harness; free troin vice; trots
In M'u minutes; very stylish and handsome, and tor
ladies' use is unsurpassed ; warranted sound, kind and
true.
Also set Harness and
TOP PONY PHAETON.
BAY MAKE, t#K HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD;
kind and true In all harness; tree front vice; good
traveller ; an excellent mare for general business use,
and warranted soun I. Also set Humes* and
Top WAGOIf, NEARLY NEW.
ELEGANT L1TTLK BROWN MARE SALLIE. 15
hands high, G years old ; kind and true in all harness ;
tree troin vice ; n perfect pet ; lias been driven by a lady
to basket phaeton nnd is warranted sound, kind ami
true Also Harness and
BASK El I'll AK I ON.
BROWN HORSE, 16', HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS OLD}
kind iiikI true In all harness and a superior draught
horse, and warranted sound.
BAY HORSE, 1 HANDS, !? WARS OID: KIND
and true In every wav, and a first class worker; war
ranted sound.
GRAY IIOR.se. IV . HANDS HIGH ;?A OOD WORKER.
HA \ HORsE, llifc HANDS llliill.
BROWN HORSE, 15k HANDS HIGH.
BROWN HORSE, I55? HANDS IIHJH
THOROUGHBRED HORSE. Hi HANDS HIGH.
SORREL HORSE, 15'.. HANDS HIGH.
RllAN HORmE, 15,1-, HANDS HIGH.
I n, Truck.
3 double i.xpre?s Wagons, with Harness.
-ingi ? Wagons.
Several other Horses and Wagons.
Full descriptions time ol sale. J
The above liaye been used at trucking from Castle q
Garden.
Weather never interferes with our sales.
A
?LIGHT CARRIAGES AND HARNESS.
Downtown warer .otns. No. S Cnrtlandt street,
formerly' 58 Liberty street.
First class Buggies Hockawavs.
I'. irk Phaetons (new styloS). Depot Wagons,
Pony Phaetons (all styles). Business Wagons.
Harness (a specialty). Harness. $lti up.
Sheets. Whips, Nets. Robe*, llalUTs. Ac.
2s to 4 ' per cent below Broadway prices.
Several Wagons slightly shopworn very cheap,
Sales tor ca?h only. Lowest prices In the city.
Work warranted every way reliable.
It will pay >ou to call before purchasing
arch. joiiNsio'n, No 8 corUandt, near Broadway.
\ LANDAU. FOUR AND SIX-SEAT PHAETONS,
Jv Con tie-. Coaches, Barouche, Depot Wagon, Buggies,
doubly and single Harness taken In exchange : sold half
price. HAM'S, No. 10 l.ast Fourth street.
A BARGAIN.? A GENTLEMAN ABOUT TO LEAVE
/\ the city in a few davs will sell a il l hands black
Horse, ti years old, tor $225; perfectly sound, bold sten
per, and a child can 1 1 r < \ ?? him. Can be seen atstuhle IS
Fast Twenty -eighth street.
I -FOR SALE, A NKW TOP PONY pTTaBT()N,
j\ ? used but ance ; built to order by best city builder,
la iiilre at prlvute stuhic No. tf East Tenth Street, near
Hltli avenue.
A SMALL SADDLE PONY FOR SALE? VERY
J \ g< ntlc; well broken fo harness; suitable for hoys or
girls. Apply nt 15* East Twenty;tourth street
AI5>< BAY HORSE FOR SALK-IN THE GREEN
Mountains; 8 years of age 1 can show a 2 :?0 gait or
better; a lady can drive him ; his action Is pure, and he
is sound anil kind in all harness; with training could tie
made very fast; be is too valualde for country use , will
hohsks, t'AKHIAUKS, diV.
A? M AJOH CllAS. W BARKER, AUCTIONEER.
? GREAT SALE
OF CELEBRATED TROTTERS AND ROADSTERS,
the property ol
DANIEL MACE, ESQ.,
ON THURSDAY, Jl NE 26, AT 11 OCLOCK,
nt the stables,
NO. 206 WEST FORTY-EIGll I II STREET, near BROAD
WAY,
ami comprising
SORREL STALLION, 15}^ high, II years old: can trot
iD 2 :.I0. Full pedigree in catalogue.
CHESTNII SOiiKKIj iolt, 15*i high, 5 years old;
very stylish driver, and can trot in \ single or double.
SORUKL MARE, SIHED by the Eaton Horse, Ij.'a high,
7 years old, and can trot in i :4.">,
BAY tiELDl.su, l.vj high, 7 years old, and can trot In
2:10 , is a great pole horse.
SORREL gelding, sired hy Younir .'Button, dnm
thoroughbred, 15)a high, 7 years old, aud cun show a 2 :4U
gait.
BROWN MARE, 15k high, 6 yearn old, and can trot In
2 .40, single or double.
BAY GELDING, 15}, high, 10 years old, and has a
record of '-' :40.
DAPPLE < ? HAY HORSE, IS1* high, 8 years old, and
can trot m 2 :50. single or double. .
ROAN COLT, SIRED BY Young Morrill, out of a
thoroughbred, 15^ high, 6 years old, and can trot very
last.
BLACK MAKE, 15 high, 7 year* old; can trot in 2;40;
great pole mure.
OKAY COLT, BY Young Morrill, ont ot n Messenger
niaro, IM.i high, ft years old, and can show a 2:50 gait.
THE CELEBRATED TUOTilNi. Gelding Little Tom,
U*i high. 8 years old; can trot iu 2:35, and stunds
without tying.
BAY MARE, RKED IN Kentucky, out of a Glcncoc
mare, 15k high, s years old, and can trot In 2 :10.
DAPPLE-GRAY UELDINU, 15}., high, 7 yearn old, and
can trot in 2 :15.
BAY MAKE, 151, Msh, 7 year* old ; showed a trial at 6
years old in 2:41, and repeated in2-.V.i.
CHESTNUT NOUKi.L UELDlNG. Kentucky bred, 15%
high, 7 years old ; has trotted in 2 .(5: great pole horse.
HAY GELDING, 15 14 high. ft years old, und can trot
close to III
PAIR <>F CL< IS ELY MATCHED Bay Mares. 1ft high.fi
aioft years old. < i< gam drivers, double or single, aud can
trot ill 2 M) log' tlier.
Will IE t.ELDiNU, 15 high, 7 years old, aud can trot
ilt 8 :UU
BAY GELDING, IV., high. 7 years old. ami ran (rot in
2:S5, and Is olie . I tlii Im'kI pole horses In the country.
SORREL til LD1NU, HIKED by tieiieral Knox, 14"4
liigh, s years old, andean beat 2:40.
BAY Mark, iy, high, 8 years old, bred In Muinc, aud
has trotted in 2 3".
BAY MARE, BRED in Kentucky, 15}, high, 9 years old,
and lias a record ol 2
BAY UELDINU, SIRED bv Ethan Allen, 15' , high, 8
years old anil can trot in 2:33; very last pole horse, and
lias shown a trial in 2:24 with running mate.
THE FAST FAIR ol closely-matched Mainbrino
Mares, Lady Bruce and Mannle Abbott, the former sired
by Trimble's Eclipse and the latter by Alexander's Ab
dullah ; 16 high, A years old ; splendid drivers.
BAY MARE, 15}, high, 8 years old, great roadster and
can trot last.
BAY THOROUGHBRED racehorse Sftmpler, sired hy
Lexington, 15}? high, ft years old; Is the liest running
niaie In the country; ran with Honest Allen in nil his
races, beating Goldsmith Maid at Prospect Park. In 2:17.
BROWN PONY, 14*4 high, ft years old ; very stylist! and
gentle ; lady con drive him.
THE ABOVE trotters and roadsters are all warranted
sound and kind, and are all splendid drivers. This sale
will prove a rare opportunity to purchase a genuine trot
ter. as the speed, pedigrees aud ull representations will
be guaranteed.
THE SAIj; WILL BE positively without reserve, ns
Mr. Mace's engagements lu the West will very shorlly de
mand his presence there.
CATALOGUES NOW READY Und rail be obtained at
BARKER A CHASE'S City Auction Mart and Nc w York
Tattertalis, corfler ol Broadway and Thirty -ninth street,
or at the stiibles.
Mr. MACE WILL BE at his stables from II o'clock to 2
F. M. each day previous to the sale to show the stock.
A? MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.
. GENTLEMAN'S EN'ITRE PR1VAE TURNOUT
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
THIS DAY (TUESDAY). JUNE 24. at 8>? o'clock,
AT THE PRIVATE STABLE
No. 216 WEST THIRTY-FIFTH ST., near Seventh aw,
AND CONSISTING OF
A VERY CLOSELY MATCHED AND HANDSOME pair
of black Geldings, 15% high, 8 years old; free and styl
ish drivers; can trot in 3:*) together; nigh horse can trot
in three minutes; warranted sound and kind.
THE E LEU ANT AND EXTRA STYLISH bay Morgan
Mare Josephine, 15k high. 6 years old: very kind aud
gentle: can trot In 3:15. and warranted sound and kind.
THE FINK BAY TROTTING GELDING Fred, I5k
high, 8 years old: fine, easy driver: has trotted in 2
and cati 'beat 2 J5 now, and Is warranted -omul and kind.
HANDSOME VICTORIA, pole and shafts, nearly new.
ELEGANT C-SPIUNM TOP l'ofiy Phaeton, built by
Ooodrich, of New naven.
FINE TOP ROAD WAGON, pole and shafts, built by
Stivers.
ONE SET DOUBLE Coupe Harness.
TWO SETS LIGHT DOUBLE Road Harness, one new.
ONE SET FINE TRACK Harness.
ONE FINE SET SINGLE Road Harness.
Also BLANKETS, Rubes, Sheets, Whips, Bits, 4c., and
two Suits ol Livery.
THE WHOLE FORMING THE FINEST private estab
lishment ever ottered at public sale.
STOCK NOW ON EXHIBITION.
AT BARKER A CHAFE'S
Citv Auction Mart and New York Tattersals,
coruer ol Broadway ana Wltrty-nlntli street,
Major C. W. BARKER, Auctioneer,
Regular sale ot
Trotters, Roadsters, Family, Busincai and Work
Horse*,
Carriages, Harness, Ac.,
Every Wednes lay aud Saturday,
nt 11 o'c ock.
AUCTION HOUSE OF ARCH. JOHNSTON
(Late Johnston A Van Tassell).
OFFICE AND SALESROOM. OLD STAND,
37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office.
THE IIOR8E AUCTION BRANCH OF TI1K HOUSE IS
REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES.
19 21. 23 AND 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET,
between Fifth avenue and University place.
The business will be conducted on precisely the name
strict ond honorable principles which have alw ays char
acterized the dealings of our house and w on the respect
and confidence ot the business community, as well as the
i ulilic at large.
REGULAR SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
AT 10,', O'CLOCK.
CATALOGUE OF Tills DAY'S (TUESDAY'S) SALE, AT
10k O'CLOCK.
ELEGANT ROAD ESTABLISHMENT? CEQ8S MATCH
eil Team, bay and brown, 15% hands. 7 und 8 years;
kind and true in all harness; free, prompt drivers;
not airanl ol Hiiythiug and warranted sound.
top road wagon, h\ miner a .-t evens, new.
SPLENDID TEAM BAY PONY-BUILT HORSES, LONG
manes ami tails, 14k hands, 8 years; kind and true
in all harness and under saddle ; very stylish, all
da\ travellers; warranted sound.
GENTLEMAN'S PARK TURNOUT-TEAM BROWN
Mares. 15 hands, 7 and 8 years ; kind and true In all
harness; tree from vice or (unit; very fust travel
lers; easy drivers and warranted sound.
PARK PHAETON, WITH RUMBLE.
PONY ESTABLISHMENT- TEAM BLACK PONIES, 13
hands high, 7 aud 8 years old ; kind and true in all
harness; free from vice; fast aud stylish travellers
und warranted sound.
MET OF DOUBLE PONY HARNESS.
ELEGANT TEAM OF SORREL PONY MARKS, 14)4
hands, 6 and 6 years; kind and true In all harness;
very stylish; can trot in 3}^ minutes; warranted
GENTLEMAN'S ROAD HORSE. BAY MARE.. 15*
hands, 8 years old; kind and true in allliurncss;
Iree from vice ; line, stylish driver, with very even.
Open gait; WARRANTED TO TRoT IN 3 minuVs;
warrantdd sound.
ELEGANT BAY TROTTING MARE, 15J;i nANDS,
5 vears; kind and true In all harness; free
from vice or lault; very stylish; can trot in 3 lulu
utes, and warranted sound.
NO-TOP ROAD WAGON, CITY BUILT, IN FIRST RATE
WHITE1' HORSE SNOW FLAKE; LONG, FLOWING
mune and talc: 15 hands, 9 years , kind and true in
all harness; Iree from vice or fault; trots in 3){
minutes, and verv stvlish ; lady cun drive him.
ELEGANT DARK BROWN iRoTflNG HORSE,
15 k bands, u years: kind and true In all harness,
and superior under saddle; free from vice or
lault : can trot >.n 3 minutes; very stylish, and war
ranted sound.
SUPERIOR HAY ROAD HORSE (KINO HARRY), IS
linn Is, 8 years old ; kind anil true in uil harness; an
excellent pole horse; ean be driven hy a lady; can
trot in three minutes, ami warranted sound.
GENTLEMAN'S, ROAD TURNOUT? BAY HORSE, 15}{
hands, 8 years; kind in all harness; tree from vice;
ran trot in 8 minutes, and warranted sound.
NO-TOI' ROAD WAGON, BUILT 1U BATES IN GOOD
order; set of Harness. Wankets, Sheets. Ae.
SORREL HORSE, 15 HAND- HIGH, 8 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in all harness; can be driven by a
lady, and warranted sound.
BLACK PONY HORSE, 14', HANDS, ? YEARS OLD;
kind and true in all hurness and under suddlc; lady
can drive him ; warranted -outid.
ELEGANT CHESTNUT ,-ORKEL HORSE, 1ft HANDS
high, 8 years old ; sold tor account ot whom he may
concern.
SUPERIOR BAY DRAUGHT OR TRUCK IIORsE, 17
hands, 8 vears; kind and true; unsurpassed lor
stvio : great strength and endurance; weighs 1,600
pounds.
BROWN HORSE, 16k HANDS, 9 YEARS OLD; KIND
an<l true In all names*; uti excellent roadster as
well as a good worker.
BAY TRUCK HORSE, lt>k HANDS, 8 YEARS OLD; AN
excellent work horse in all harness and warranted
sound.
TEN OTHER HORSES; DESCRIPTION TIME OF SALE.
Barouche, in good order.
Park Phaeton, with Humble.
Coupe Rockawav. in tail- order.
Twenty top and no top Haggles.
Twelve Sets of double Harness.
Ten Sets ol single Harness.
Express Harness.
Ilog skin saddle.
Pony Phaeton, top And no fop Basket and Panel.
\\ BATHER NEVER INTERFERES W ITII Ol R HALE.
SA?E COMMENCES AT 10}, O'CLOCK PRECISELY.
Ahorse wanted-must be sound, a free
traveller and not atrald ot locomotive. Address,
with price and lull parti ulars, DUKE, Herald office.
AN OPPORTUNITY THAT OCCURS ONLY ONCE IN
a lifetime.? Carriage Repository for sale; splendid
ware rooms, on one Of the most crowded thoroughfares iu
this city ; not much cash required, and terms very easy ;
perfectly i satisfactory reasons lor selling. Address T. 'J.
M box 2,2118 Post office.
A SINGLE WAGON WANTED? WITH ONE OR TWO
seats, with or without top, light weight and strong,
In exchange lor sn assortment of Framed Pictures. Ad
dress, with particulars, LEANDKR, Herald office.
A GENTLEMAN OFFERS HIS ROAD HORSES FOR
sale.? Brown Colt, 5 vears, IA>? hands; trotsin 2;?2.
Sorrel Mare. 7 years, L"> hands: trots In three minutes.
Also bay Colt. I.">H hands. Road Wagon and Harness.
1 blrty-eighth street and Seventh avenue.
\ GENTLEMAN'S COMPLETE TURNOUT, CONSIST
J\ lug of a line well bred young Mare, a city ftiade
top Wagon (new?. Robes, Whips, Ae. Ac. : sold separately
or together; or will make a trade lor Diamonds. Ad
dress box 172 Herald office.
Ahorse, phaeton and harness for SALE?
Phaeton h ather top, C springs and hut little used ; a
perfect establishment lor Park or country. Address u.
F . box lfW Herald otliee.
A bargain-four-wheeled turnout seat
Deniarest A Co. Dogcart, iu perfect order, at Scl
din's s tallies, 15ft East Twenty-third street. Address C.,
box 1.478 Past office.
A FIRST CLASS LEATHER TOP BUGGY, BUILT BY
Dusenbur^ A Vandtixer, as good u new. at a sacri
_ HORSKS CAHltlAGRH. AC
A? SP! ED? SPEED ANl) STYLE.
. IMPOUTANT AND PEREMPTORY SALK BY
1M ISLIC AliCTI ON OK HORSES, WAGONS. II A U
NRSS, ,tc, os TUESDAY (I'll IS DAY). .It'SI 24,
AT THE I'HIV ATE STABLE OK EDWARD JO.N'I s,
ES<J., NO. 9 WE>T TWELFTH STREET, AT 10
O'CLOCK PROMPTLY, JOHN D. HAMLIN, AUC
TloNl' Kit, hi ull his entire line shirk, Including ? li<
HANDSOME AND Fl NEST BROKEN MI.OOD BAY
.saddle llor.se ill N.'W York, was raised In Kentucky ami
is nearly thoroughbred, I5\, high, 7 years old ; litis 110
superior on l'ark lor Ins elegant sivle and rieli blooded
appearance, either to -addle 01 harness; is a bold step
pel', brave and fearless; periectly sate and penile lot a
lady to ride or drive ; is n line traveller to harness, per
fectly broken either simile or double harness ami war
ranted sound, kind and reliable : without vice, trick,
fault or blemish ; is a flue t u.pcred, rich and attractive
horse and will stand contented without tying.
Handsome elie-lnut pony Horse, I5*i hands high, 7
years old ; an elegant and safe horse for lady's use ; iear<
nothing; Is stylish, nch and attractive ; ran travel in I
minutes, single or doublet and warranted sound and
kind ; has lew equals tor tainlly use, and is sale lor the
most timid, and ItaiuLomc and stylish enough lor the
most las: id lolls. ?
Also a last, tine styled anil complete gentleman's road
Horse, 18 hands high, li years ol<l, sired by Etlicti Allen,
dam by Bashaw; was raised In Saratoga county, win re
be was known as the Stephen Dunn eolt, and trotted
there in 2 -.12; is an elegant driver; no Interiering or
cutting; requires no check; is no puller cr shyer. and is
us line and pure gaited a? ever was seen , Is chestnut sor
rel, with ilowunr mnne and tail, and as handsome as thev
make them; he can beat I :I5 to road wagon, and can
speed a 2:'t5 gait, and is warranted sound, kind and per
lect ; he Is a gentleman's horse in every sense of the word
Also a last and tine chestnut Trotimg Mare, I ft Si high.
8 years old ; was bred by Alexander, in Rentuck) ; shows
line high breeding; has tine style and finish; 1111 elegant
driver, with fine, open and strong gait; tills mare ran
beat 2. "35 now, and lias no record ; is valuable for track
1 urposes and lor un\ gentleman's private road use; she
lias few superiors: is warranted sound and kind
This Mare ami the It hen Allen horse make one ol the
fastest trotting teams, or road and drive tlnely ti gelher;
are known as the Jones team.
AI?o one lop Tony Phaeton, one Brewster, o! Broome
street, Wagon, side bar, sinning lop; one Stivers Wagon,
double and single Harness, by Dunscouib; Sheets,
Blankets, Ac., Ac.
sale positive, rain or shine, and positively without
limit or reservation. Eull particulars at sale, which
COMMENCES AT 10 o 'CLOCK PROMPT.
N. H.? Mr. Jones' sole reason lor sclllniris his continued
ill health. His physicians have advised linn to no abroad.
V TROTTER FOR SALE? EXTRA HANDSOME;
has beat 8"> and can do IIO niter training ; will speed
with road wagon at a sure 2:11) gait; would be valuable
for track purposes; warranted in every way; must st\ 1 1 -It
trotter 111 eitv ; will sell for cash, diamonds or unencum
bered real estate in or near city. 2o University place, 111
store.
A HORSE WANTED? BAY, WITH BLACK POINTS,
IV 15 hands 3 lltches, pony built, high head, free and
stylish driver. Call with horse or send word at stable
216 East Thirty-third street, belore 10 o'clock. No fancy
price.
A FINE CARRIAGE TEAM FOR RALE? DARK BAY,
periectly matched, 1C.'? hands and warranted sound
In every particular; only soldion account ol owner going
out of town. May be seen any evening, Irom i> to 7. t>v
applying to F. E. TROWBRIDGE, at the Gramercy l'ark
Hotel.
A LOT OF HORSES PROM CANADA WEST. SOLD
cheap or exchanged for Horses of less value ; young
and sound; one beautiful large gray Dorse, suitable lor
carriage or coupe, inquire at 6l'J Caiial street, corner ol
Washington.
AT THE WEST SIDE CARRIAGE REPOSITORY
will be found the finest assortment of top and no top
I'ony Phaetons in the city, ut the lowest possible price ;
also a larn' stock ol Rockaways, Depot Wogons and
Phaetons: top mil 110 top Wagons; also two circular
front round noot Coupes, cheap tor cash. 1 ,4!M and 1,4'Jfl
Broadway, between Forty-fourth and Forty-tilth streets.
AB ARQAlN.? HORSE, SIDE BAR WAGON AND
Harness, a lady can drive the hor?e. he being
very gentle and stylish; also one of the best and most
stylish Saddle Horses in the city, bay, 15)4 hands high.
Inquire at 174 122d street, Harlem.
AN ELEGANT SELECTION PARK PHAETONS, SIN
gle and double, child's scat Victoria, extension
tops, lump seats, tight Iiu?i:ics and Rockaways, new und
second hand. Popular prices.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 038 Broadway.
ATA SACRIFICE? A HANDSOME BROWN 1IAM
A bletonian Oelding. Wt hands and ^^can trot in
ot the most perfect road her?n in th State . can trot in
v mi. iHstvlisli and gentle and periectly sound, and is old
fo^nol?iuVt?cost ?.*? 8 mouths since; can be bought
rlit h tawny for $5T.O in cash. Apply at stables, No. 17 Last
Twenty-eiyljth stvvct.
.. W1R HATJt THE PROPERTY Of A FARMER,
A .~S Horses, 1 very handsome bay Hor-e, 10}, hand*
brodwJ|0rw^k,rHorle, uJ>> "iliund
bands high, warranted uood worker: all tnr
and fearless ol locomotives. Apply at 158 t edar strei t.
k HRKWSTRR (OF BROOME STREEI) Ol T*N
A Wau.m locale at a sacrifice, at 57 West Forty fourth
street.
? I A ROE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SECOND
A ii'iind CiirriftiJeK. Family Roekuwavs, top unci op? n
a tear?
Canal street.
, . __vof CAN ALWAYS PLACE IMPLICIT REU
( J anee on the represe ntations made by the hoUfi 1 o
i or i fin 1 1 NsTON II you are in want ot a tamny
P Read catalogue, and be sure
s \ I I-. ( 'MM KNCE8 A r _ ? ?
TT. nin ?,?!'< m-'CONI) II \ ND ROAD AND TOP
0 W*gon?lmir and six-seat Phnrtons. six-seat Rocka
Vav Bu-ke? and Panel Pony Phaetons. four^-at^d Boi
Wagon Physician's Wagons, Ac. 144 to 152 {????{?>?
flrst street. ?
r-?Al*RIOLFTS PONY PHAETONS, T CARTS,
fTAAT'i,0BtiS|"ONo. 7 Washington place, near Broadway.
Duane street. .
IIABDEN i DAY,'
at 12 o'clock, bv
(??it * ? t v VAN TAS**KliI>, AU<-TIOM.F.n,
Horse olid Carriage Mart, 110, 112 and W 1 East Thirteenth
street, near l ourth avenue.
See catalogue under this head.
MART. 19 TO 2f? THfBTEBNTU SlUliLl, NhAK L.
VEItstlV l'LACE.
Elepant cross matched team Road Horses.
Splendid team Road Mare*.
WSaNTED TO TROT
IN MINUTES.
Ten tine Road Horses.
Elirht work and business Horses.
One splendid draught Horse, weighing 1,500 lbs.
Several Ponies, thoroughly broken.
Stile commence* at l0/a o clocK. -- ? .
RALE? FOR WANT OF USB, APEEFEC1 RAD
P die Horse, coal black, S years oio; sound "";' lnI ;
Call at rs?) West Thirty eightfi street, between Tenth and
Eleventh avenues, hair yaril. ?
tnoR SALE? FOCR WHITE HORSES (FOI R IN
band)' unsurpassed In this cltv. 'an be seen at the
Metropolitan sta hies, con. r Prince and Crosby streets^
F' ' a flm ''sorrel Ma n * twT.'iils InJ,'.,!' s'y ea^Il han'r
times, | | 'want ??f 'use ; will lie sold separate or
together? Sriee K" Apply at 870 cue.
ripH SALR-AN OLD ESTABLISHED BRt)OKLYN
Lse ksb." ?aas'iaa.
Herald otiftcc.
IKiR SALE? ONE HORSE. M'l'LY AT 375 EAST
F Eighth .ireet, between avenucsCand D.
iii.il SAI.K? A BAY HORSE, 15 HANDS IIIOH, 7
F vears warranted kind ; sullabh for light work ; price
|7', ("n 'be seen at2<? Varlck street, neat Houston.
i 'Mil SALK? A GRAY HORSE, lt? HANDS. ?: YEARS;
p "rots in 3 minutes . ?'?>; also a Messenger Celt. 5
veurj tn.ts ln 2 A>. - all at 21!) East Twenty ninth street.
lt()R SALE-AT W EAST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET,
1* a pony I'hacton In good order ; one aet double <.oupc
Harness.
h'nit SAI.F? FOR WANT t>F USE, PAIR OF FINE
bay tatinlv Horses. l'>'* hands lngh, styhsli ai d
gentle ; own?r going away Apply ut No. 48 West
Foity scveiith street, Irotn 8 to 10 A. M.
L.-.OK SALE-TWO PONY BI ILT HORSES. 15 AND Ifi
r hands, 7 and ** years; (It tor any work sold only tor
want"! prices $125 and $iG,r?; sound and kind. In
qtltn ;t IJ I'.'rr -tr.M :, tM-. iii' ill.
Tj^OK SALE-TRUCK AND HARNESS, CHEAP. CALL
r at 187 Java street, (tree ii point
wgwisfjirta's?
Wagon $!*? Private stable, I5J Du flic Id street, near
Mvrtle avenua, Brooklyn.
IA.IK SALK-A oooi. family horse. 16 hands
F hig'h sonnd and kind ; en trot it. 3 mlnutes. Apt.ly
tii VVM i-KAl a, *lrt Kent avenur, near Myrtle.
llnlt SALE? A SPLENDID FAMILY OR CO! PE
Hor?e. If.1, hands high, (1 yea rs old; roior <1 apple
brown sound and verv iientle; fine tree driver. Apply
!irp: i vate stable, 156 Last Thirty tilth street.
P(,r SALE - A DARK BAY HORSE, 15', II AN OS
F bub every way perfect; 7 years old ; price ?5'Si.
M. nign , . i H El)DY, No. 1 Park place.
r-?OK SALE? A PAIR OF DARK CRAY HORSES, l'?
h hands :t Inches, long tails, warranted sound, very
last ami stylish . also three very superior Saddle Horse-:
am a perfect lady's Horse. To be seen atBriirss Hverv
stables, Twentv-third street, between Sixth and seveuth
avenues. Inquire tor DAN MRA in.
7,-10 P. LADIES' ANDCHIL REN'S RIDINO AND DlllV
T in -Boautllul bay Mare, 1?U bands U vea r<; ?onml
and kind high, graceful action; very stylish '.airaid '?
nothing ' Apply at Hwtwood stabfea, lor. West Hur
tle th street
inoll SALE? A BAY HORSE, 1?H HANDS HIGH, 5
r years old; ta-t an I stylish driver ; suitable- lor busi
imriiosi s or orlvate use; warranted soutut . niso a
v rv handsome steel gray Pony, 14 v, hands; gentle tor a
lady. 8W King street, near Uudson.
*??OR SALE? A HANDSOME THOROUOHBEKD
1^ HorM', 6 vears old ; broken to saddle for lady or gen
tleman very stylish and gentle, and warranted sound.
Apply lo Vm. DRENNAN. coiner Seventh avenue and
jfegk-i .. ...
F
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.
TOOK SALE? A VERY HANDSOME SADDLE HORSE,
C trained for lady or gentleman, and perfect in har
lies* : Also two nice Ponies, perfect, for t lnl.u n to ride or
drive: will he told cheap. tan be sc> n at Cavalry Biding
School, No 0 Wert Thirteenth street.
ElOll SALE ? A KINK TEAM OP BAV IUiRSEh, JUST
from the country : 6 year* old. 16 hands hi^h , war
ranted sound mnl kind. GORDON'S stable, Nua. 3 and a
West Thirteenth street.
1/IOR SALE? A SUPERIOR ROAD HORSE, BREWSTER
top Wagon, Harness, Ac.: horse R years olds sound
and gentle; pertertly sate tor ladies to drive ; price $301
lor all. WINti'S stable. 15 and 17 East Twenty-eighth it.
TjVJR KALE? AN ELEGANT BRIGHT ll\Y HORSE,
" suitable for a family, coupe or dog cart, 16 limit
high, s years old; sound and gentle; fair irml given;
in u-t be sold 1 1 1 1 > week Applv at Cunningham'. stable,
1-1 West Forty-tlt'th street. A?k tor JOHN VI IRK.
ElOR SALE CHEAT? WORK HORSES, AT 32 FKANK
fort street.
IjlOR SAI.E OR EXCHANGE? A GOOD BARREL OP
" luniiturc Truck anil Horse , sennrafe or together.
WEEII VWKEX OIL DOCKS.
/I RE AT BARGAINS,? IN ?OfcSECJL'ENCi'. Of RE.
I i building part of our promises, we otler our entira
flock seasonable sty'es new and second baud < arriuge*
at greatly reduced urlces.
M \ N I' FA i ' T t ' R E RS' UNION, 638 Broadway.
Harness, saddles, horse clothing, car
riage Itoties, Lap Dusters, My New ami a largo
variety ot Saddlery Goods always on band.
C. H. S >t ! I'll A CO.,
4ti Warren street. New York.
H-ABNE8B.? THE CIIEAI'EST HARNESS STORK IN
New York. A good double Truck Harness, $'W; ft
good Grocer's Harness, (M)\ a good Milkm in > Hurtle-.*,
$.i0; a (food litugy Harness, hand made, U 7; a good
stable Blanket, $2; alio a large assortment of Blankets,
liubes, sheets. Nets, .to, t'lease call and examine tor
yourselves. FISHER St OSBOKNE, 71 Hare lay street,
second door from Greenwlc h street, formerly of Murraj
street.
J'UMP SEAT CARRIAOES, SIX DIFFERENT STYLES;
light Barouche, four and six seat extonslou top
Phaetons, Depot Wagons, Rockaways, I'ony Phaetons
at reduced prices. MANUFACTURERS' U.NitiN REPOS
ITORY, 088 Broad way.
T COLTER A CO., 898 BROADWAY, CABBIAOI
?l . Mann aeturcr . offer a largo assortment ot Vehicles,
Including two fine I anduulottes, Coupes, Phaetons, Vic
toria*. buggies, Ac., at low prices.
Kentucky horses.? rare chance to pur
cbase saddle llorsns; high bred, thoroughly broken,
sound, ut a reasonable price, as owner must close out
suit means husln-'ss; bay, 7 years, IS!-., hands, g'<n of Imp.
Knight ot St. George; brown Mare. 6 years, 13.1 hands;
biiv Gelding, 7 vetirs, 19.3 bands. These three are well
trained to saddle and drive, kindly to harness. Also bay
Ilorsc, 16 hands, 6 yours; can stop In 326; noes In grand
style and a delightful driver; also bay couch Team, 16
hands, weight 2,'Hii) Itis. ; sound, well matched ; go singly ;
an elegant soon tor Newport or Saratoga. Cail lor Mr.
BAILEY at 829 West Fortieth rtraefc
MUST SELL MY ROAD TEAM-GRAY AND BAY;
Road Wagon; double Harness; separately or to
gether. Address JOHN UIQQINS, box 142 New York
Post olV.ce.
ONE SIX-SEAT PHILADELPHIA ROOKAWAY PLAT
form, In gooil order; 1 Brewster (Broome street)
light Toji Wagon, ! Dusenbury Top Wagon, 'i open Road
W agoits, by Stivers ; I do., by Corbel! ; -0 second hand Tcp
ai d open Road Wilgons, ot all styles, irom $5i up; IS
Rockaways and Extension Top Phaeton, troni $100 up; 1
Coach, 1 Victoria, I Coupe Rockaway, 1, six-seat Coupe
Rockaway, circular glass front; 2 Sulkies, top and open
l'ony Plnietons of all styles, 1 110 up; top and open Ex
press Wagons; single and double Harness, Sheets, Whips,
Nets. .to. w. 11. (I RAY, :fl3 and 22 W poster street.
"PASTURE.? FINE MEADOW FOR GENTLEMEN'S
J Horses, Westchester county, two miles from Harlem
Bridge. Cull at 14 West Sixteenth street, bclorc 10, muru
ing, or utter fi, evening.
"PONY PHAETONS? EVERY DESCRIPTION, POPU
X lar prices; depot Wagons In great variety ; two ele
gant six-seat extension-top l'liaetons, l'ark Wagons, light
Rockaways, low prices. 1
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, K1S Broadway.
OPEED. SPEED. SPEED.
H WARRANTED. WARRANTED.
AT ARCH. JOIlNSTON'a MART, lllTO 26 THIRTEENTH
STREET, NHAR UNIVERSITY PLACE.
THIS HAY (TUESDAY), JUNE 24,
BAY MARE, 15},' HANDS, a YEARS,
warrant d to trot in minutes.
OR NO SALE, AND WARRANTED SOUND.
SALE COMMENCES AT 10k O'CLOCK PRECISELY.
SECOND HANI) CARRIAGES.
Three Ton Wagons, by Corbet!
Two Open Wagons, same maker.
One open Wagon, by Biewster A Co
One Curtain Coach, one Coupe Rockaway. iwo open
Phaetons and one Doctor's Phaeton, at 57 West Forty
fourth street.
{SECOND HAND ROAD WAGON, PONY PHAETON'
it elegunt Park. Phaeton, Rumble Pony extension top
Phaeton, Dog ('art, several Buggies, light Rockaways, iu
excellent condition. Low prices.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway.
QECOND HAND CARRIAGES AT MM AND 1,106
0 Broadway, viz. An extension top Phaeton, Coupe,
Rockaw ay, Nog Curt, lop Buggies and two Road WugotU
at low flgutes. ______
mO THOSE VISITING ENGLAND.
1 REIGATE COACII.
A
FOUR HORSE COACH
will leave the
WHITE HORSE CELLAR. LONDON,
tor Keigate daily at 11 A. M.
Fare, 6s, ; Box sflit. It*. 6d. cvtra
Intermedium lares about 3d. per mile.
riiEAM OK ELEGANT CROSS MATCHED HOBSEB.
1 Can trot In XH minutes together.
TOP ROAD WAGON, WITH POLE ANI> SHAFTS,
used huttwlcas by Miner i Stevens.
AT AUCTION IIILS HAY, AT l'l", O'CLOCK,
BY AltCH. JOHNSTON, AT 1 1 1 < MART. 19 TO 29 TniR
TEENTil STREET, NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE
rrop BUGGIES, FROM #100 UP, ROCKAWAYS, FROM
I fioo tin; Victoria- imm j'jm up; Pony Phaetons,
cheatiest in city. DvY A SON, lie and I4S Eldridge st.
I rpo LET? STABLE, WITH FOUR STALLS; ALSO A
I furnished Room tor otio or two gentlemen, at 54
! Vundutn street
WANTED? A SECOND HAND PONY BASKET
Vy Phaeton, to scat lour persons, cheap for cash. Ad
dress JAMES HOWElL, .U1 Adams street, Brooklyn.
Air ANTE I ' ? A WELL MADE CLARENCE AND I'TlAE
VV ton, In exchange tor 320 acres Western Lands, pur
cha < d Irom government by pr sent owner in lti-Vi; taxe*
all paid and title warranted ncrtoct; would take ear
rings a little u<ud, if iu gool coudttiou. Address bo v
. 2,5'J3 P<?t ofllce. ?
VV ANTED? A GOOD, GENTLE UORSE, TO USE DIJR
?? ing the Summer, for his ke?-p, a few miles In New
Jersey. For full particulars apply at 15 Par* row.
AVANTED-A SMALL DONKEY AND CART SUIT.
>> able for a child to drive Address, stating lowest
i price and where to be seen, box 42 Hobokeu Postollice,
N. J.
TIT" ANTED? LIGHT LAUNDAULKT OR VICTORIA
V? Phaeton, in ,:oo I order, in exchange fur Hue old
Oil Paln'ltig, valued at Address 10 .NuB. au struct,
qsom 23. '
WANTED TO PUKCHASV. OR ON HIRE FOR THE:
tt Summer? A Horse, or Horse and Rockaway. suit
aide for a lady to drive. Address, with pricc and full
particulars, V, box 17.' Herald ottlce.
1 / ? GOOD, KIND AND SOUND ILLINOIS HORSES,
It) Just%rrhe 1 and tor sale at 4.11 Flathnsh avenue,
Brooklyn ; all these horses are young and sutt ible tor
carriages, business purposes and roadster, ; good colors;
size irom 15. 3 to 17 hands ; weight Irom U.iO to l^M); pnr
tles wlsliing to purchase will tlud it to their advmituge
b> calling find examining.
<J'l E()R A VERY NICE BUGGY? LEATHER TOP,
in perfect order; a good, chunkv built Mars
tor any work, double or single, $125. ^43 West Twenty
sixth street.
I.OA\ OFFICEs.
A T 77 IlLEECKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, UP
i\ stairs.? Highest cash advances on Diamonds.
Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, Ac., or t>o ught; Pawnbrokers'
I ickets bought, at 7" Bleecker street.
\'l WOLF BROTHERS', t!Hi BROADWAY, BETWEEN
Nineteenth and Twentieth street#? Money loaned
oil Watches, Diomcti Is, Jewelry, Sllverv/ari-, Silks, and
particularly Pianos. Private parlor lor ladies. Business
strictly conti lential.
AT 697 BROADWAY, CORNER FOURTH STREET.?
l.llieral advance^ on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Silks, Camel's Ilalr Shawls, Laces and personal property
of every description. James p. mAttIIEWS,
A T '7 THIRTEENTH STRKET. NEAR BROADWAY.?
J\ I pay the hi iicsi price tor Diamonds, Watches.
Jew^ry, Ac. Advance on the same.
ISA\t >, Diamond Broker,
67 Thirteen h slreet, near Broadway.
4T HYMAN'S, 71D BKO U> WAY? LIBERAL AD
^'V vatices made on Diamonds and Watches, Silverware.
Ac., or will pay the highest market price lor the saiue.
Money loaned on' diamonds, watches jew
elrv and Silverware, and the same bought. GEO.
< ALLEN, Jeweller, "41 Broadway, near fourteenth st
?i|| NASSAU STREET, OPPOSII'E POST OFFICE.?
? )?' Liberal advances made on Diamonds. Watches,
Jewelry and ill kinds of Merchandise. The same nought
and sold. Room I. IIAYM vN LEOPOLD.
1 /)>) SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY- FOURTH
and Twenty-'llUj street*. -Liberal advances made
on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks, Ibices and Shawls.
Same bought at full vain?. i? BERNARD.
f?Q n BROADWAY, COBNEB AMITY STREET ?
ll<%) Money liberally advanced on Diumonds,
W ate Ims, Jewelry ami Personal Property of all duncrip
tioOs; the name bonghr and sold.
II. (IEIi)ER MAN (formerly M. Knsonbcrg).
(\1 o BROADWAY.? OLD ESTABLISHED AND MOST
? " I ? ? relisi le ofllce. Money advanced on Diamonds,
Watches, Jenelry, Lu< e, Ac. Sigho bought at fall value.
A. C. HERTS.
1 Of 7 BROADWAY, OVER HERALD BRANCH
1. ? ')( onlce, room B.? Parlor for ladles. Branch
1,207 Broadway. Money loaned on Diamonds, Watches,
jewelry, Ac. MOM liought uud sold. LIN DO BROS.
;u to P1I1CHHB
ITl RE, DESKS, RAILtl
suitable tor an Insurance office; 75 feel by 25. Ad
it ' AN I ID-KIRN ITl RE, DRsKS, .RAILING, AC..
?? suitable tor an Insurance ol~
dress INSURANCE, Herald ottlce.
WANTED To PURCHASE-UNLIMITED QUANTITY
tt of low price Provisions (tainted) lor ready money.
Address, with lowest price, CASH, Herald ofllce.
PROPOSALS.
8
Division street tor the Bars on board the steauiet
UoUadai mi *u excursion to West Point on Julv 4.
JOS, martin. Manager.

xml | txt