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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13,805. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JUNE 9,. 1874.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?Ninth Pack?Pint unci second column*
ASTROLOGY?Second Pack? ioiirth colmnu.
BILLIARDS?Eighth Pagb?Fifib column
BUAKDRKS WANTED?Ninth Pauk?Second and third
column*.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTKD-Nixtii PiGE-Thlrd
column.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Second
Pack?First column.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Eighth Page.
BUSINESS NOTICES?Seventh Pack?Sixth column.
CITY HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Second Page-First
colutuu.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?Twelfth Paok-FoutUj col
umn.
CLOTHING? Second Page?Second column.
COACHMEN AND U ARDENERS-Twelith Paob
Pourth and tilth column*. , .
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS? Ninth PAOE-FUth and
sixth columns
COPAK l NEKMiIPS?Eighth Paoe.
COUNTRY BOARD?Nihtb Page-Third and fourth col
umna
DENTISTRY?First Page?81xth column.
DRY GOODS?First Page?Second column. ....
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN
FURNISH ED?Record Page?Third column.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Ninth Pagk-FHUi column.
EXCH AN OE?Secoxd Page?Second column.
EYES AND EARS?First Page?Second column.
EXCURSIONS?Ninth Pace?Sixth column.
Financial?Eighth page.
FOR SALE?Eighth Page?sixth column.
FURNISHED KOuMS AXD APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Page?Third and fourth columns.
FURNITURE?First Paoe?sixth column.
HELP WANTED?PEMaLES?'Twelfth Page?Second
and third columns. _ ?
HELP WaNTID-malES?Twelfth Page?Fifth and
sixin columns. _ _ .
HORSES. CARRIAGES, dr.?First Page?Third,
fourtn, Attn mid sixth columns.
HOTELS?Niwrn Paoe?Third column.
HOUSES. ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Second Pagb?Fourth
column.
INSTRUCTION?First Pace?Second column.
.KGAi. NOTICES?Eighth Page?Sixth column.
LOAN OFFICES?Twelfth Paoe?S'xih column.
LOST AND FOUND?First Page?First column.
MACHINERY?Eichtu Paoe?Sixth column.
MARBLE MANTELS?First Paoe?Second column.
MKDICAL?Second Paoe?socond column.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING? Fibst Paoe?Sec
und column.
MISCELLANEOUS?Tkntu Paoe?Sixth column.
ND.^IC A L?Twelfth Page -Sixth column.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?setfsntu Paor?sixth column.
NEWSPAPERS?First Pack?-ixth column.
PERSONAL?First Pack?First column.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Twelfth Page?Sixth
column.
P08T OFFICE NOTICE?First Page?Fccond column.
PROPOSALS?Niktii Pack?Fourth column.
professional situations wanted?females
Twelfth Pace?second column.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?Second Paoe?First and second column*.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Second Page?second
column.
REAL ESTATE WASHED?Second Page?Second col
umn.
RESTAURANTS?Second Page?Second column.
REWARDS?First Pagb?First and second columns.
BALES AT AUCTION?Secoxd Pace?Filth and sixth
columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?PKMALF.S?Eleventh Paoe
and Twelfth Pack?First aud second columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Twelfth Pack?
'third and fourth columns.
SPECIAL NOTICES?First Page?Second column.
SPORTING?dogs, BIRDS, AC.?First Paoe?Third col
umn.
STORAGE?Second Page?Fourth column.
SUMMER REPORTS?Ninth Pace?Fourth column.
THE TRADES?'Twelfth Page?Sixth column.
THE TURF? Fibst Page?Third column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Second Page?
Third column . ? ? ^ .
TRAVELLERS' OUIDE?XiNTn Pace?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Page?Fourth column.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AC.?EionTH Page?Filth col
WR8TCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?Second Page?First column.
YaOHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Fibst Page?Second col
umn.
HERALD BRANCH OFFICES?UPTOWN
AND HaALEW.
JJERALD BRANCH OFFICES.
ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED AT ALL HOURS UP
IO I P. M.. AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITH
HERALDS AT FIVE O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING, AT
UK BROADWAY AND 530 SIXTH AVENUE, BE
TWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY-SECOND
STREETS. OFFICE OPEN ALL NIGHT. HARLEM
OFFICE, 2,281 THIRD AVENUE, CORNER OF 12lTH
STREET. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED TO 7:-0
f. M., AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED AT FIVE
O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING.
PARIS AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK
HERALD.
E8SRS. KRBME& A CO . AMERICAN REGISTER,
YE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS POR THE
MEW TORE HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL
ERS WITH COPIES OF THE HEEALD, AND ALSO
SINGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER, TO PARTIES
REQUIRING THEM.
_ _ PERSONAL.
i DDIK-HAVK WRITTEN TWICE; NO ANSWER.
JX. Remember your letters to me and who shall tee
them. Write inc. ^ IRANK.
"INFORMATION WANTED?ELOISE CARMICHAEL.
A When last heard from was living with a itdy In
Brooklyn, taking care of two young children. Any in
formation about her will be tliankiully received by
JOHN CARMICHAEL, 27dor 889 First av.. New York.
INFORMATION WaNTKD-OF THE WHEREABOUTS
of Ann. Caroline and Elizabeth Gregory. Any infor
mation will be thankfully received by their brother,
ARl'KUR K. GREGORY, Bridgeport, Conn.
Chicago papers please copy.
IF MARTHA JENKINS, WHO LIVED WITH MRS. V.
V. on Eleventh street, and afterwards on Madison
avenue, Is in town, Mrs. V. V. would like to see her at
the last named place soon at possible.
INQUIRER.-PERFECTLY SAFE TO SEND BY EX
X press or by a trieud; we give you our word of honor
that we will be lair and not make you any trouble.
G. P. B. A CO.
JT JUDGE G. W. BAKER, OF CALIFORNIA, OR HIS
irlend. J. Wafson, will send address to A. 15., Herald
ptown Branch office, they will bear ot an old friend.
JENNIE E;?I MUST SEE YOU FOR W.'S SAKE; DO
not ret use/, answer through Personals where I can
meet you or st least where a letter will reach you. Pa.
VfRS. JENNIE B K, FORMERLY OF NINTH AVE
1YJL uue. near Twcnty-thlrd street?Your old friend
George wants to see you: dirt not get yonr letter in time
to meet vou. Address UEOKOE, box 13i Herald office.
RS. DR. LOZELL-WILL YOU ' ANSWER? sus
pense is death. YAKA BOOLOO.
M
UN day evf.nino.-thomas' oarden.-ladyin
light suit trimmed with brown. Address EDMUND,
Uptown Brauch Herald office.
S'
w
ILLIAMS WILL FIND ME BY SENDING LETTER
to K1TTIE. Herald Uptown Branch olSce.
rAKA BOOLOO.?WHY DON'T YOU CALL AT MY
office, or tell me where to address you.
LOST AND FOUND.
Found?in stage, between astor place and
Wall street, June I, P. M.. a Pocketbook, which the
owner can have by calling on J. C. UOOURIDGE, 703
Broadway, New York.
Lost?ix south street car from Catharine
terrv to Front street, on Saturday, a large Pocket
book, containing dlllercut papers of value only to the
owner, besides 930, greenbacks, and some other iorelun
moner. For the return of the pocketbook. with the
papers only, a liberal reward will be given and no ques
tions asked. Address M., box 1.723 Post office.
Lost-left in car attached to milk train
which arrived at Thirtieth street depot about 12
o'clock Sunday night, a light drab Overcoat, lined with
Mik. The Under will be suitably rewarded by returning
It to E. fl. HARR1MAN, 30 Broad street.
LOST-910 REWARD?A GOLD-HEADED CaNK, ON
New street between Wall street and Exchange
place, marked "8. s. Bamberger." To be left at A.
OBKIU A CO.'8, M Broadway.
LOST?ON SATURDAY, JUNE ?. BETWEEN
Stewart's and Jugla'', on Broadway, a ladles' Pin,
Chain and Watcii. The finder will receive 923 bv return
ing to HOLT A CO., 37 Water street No Questions asked.
iOBT.-A SUITABLE REWARD WILL HE PAID FOR
i the return ot a Note drawn by Moses A Mayer. In
vor ot Robert Horn, lor 9:199 93. All parties are warned
?otto negotiate the same, as nayment h:i? been stopped.
ROBERT 1)011 N, 13 Nassau street.
Lost-bank book no. 96,129. of the emigrant
Industrial Savings Bank, the finder will be re
warded on leaving it at the bank, No. 31 Chambers st.
JAMES MAY, Depoeitor.
T O-T?IN A MADISON AVENUE CAR OR ON LKAV
JU ing the car at Sixty first street, a Russia leather
Pocketbook. A suitable reward ottered for Its return to
tbe owner, at39 West Forty-seventh street.
Lost?an onyx seal, between seventeenth
and Fourteenth streets. The finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving the same at JOHN .McNRlL'S, cor
aer seventeenth street and seventh avenue.
LOST-A PAIL OF BUTTER. FROM DUANE STREET,
turough ureenwlcu, l.algbt, Varick and Carmine,
lb to sixth avenue ana Forty third street. Liberal re
? *id Mt.DIC.Us. 752 Mxlh avenue.
ward.
T OST-SUNDAY EVENING. A OOLD CROSS. IN
Yj Duanc stieet. Broadway or the Buttery. Under will
M rewarded bv returning lotw Hudson street.
REWAKU*.
In"iaWARH?L09T, MONDAY AFTERNOON, ON
Bsc
UEWAHU?.
REWARD?STOLEN ' ROM KEENAN'S STA
V-l' blet. 88 East Broadway, a buck Mallion, 15
hand* high. mid a lirlit tun Wagon. painted blacK, with
red siripe. The above reward will be paid iqi' the re
turn of the property or the conviction ot the ibb-ves.
P. li. STEWART, bup't.
<tOr.Ti REWARD WILL BE PAID AND NO QUE*.
$_i)U th>u> asked, tor the return ot the goods taken
from 831 Broadway, on Saturday morning, May 23.
SPECIAL AOTiCES.
A-CaTARUIi, DISCHARGE FROM NOSTRILS,
. toui breath, wire throat, cough, hawking, spitting,
A_c._j speedily aud effectually cured. Dr. Dr. KK.-.lIhN,
48 \Vest Fourth street, near University place. Pamphlet
sent Tree.
All publishers and printers having the
obligation* in writing of Vanderburgh, Wells A Do ,
are hereby tequesled to present same ut 18 Dutuu street,
where they will be cancelled, at earliest date.
Awnings ? awnings ? awmnus.-h. sticks,
patent spring roller Awniucs put up tor S3 to <10
per window; these awnings combine ventilation with
shade. H. SYKES, <12 Eighth avenue.
NY MEMBERS OF HARRIS STREET CAVALRY
or Duryea'a Zoaaves who wish to vindicate the
rights of lubor arc asked to meet at 1,452 Broadway, at S
P. M.. Tuesday. June 9, 1874. MANSFIELD D A V11
I . IBS,
(lormerly Maior Durven's Zouaves).
Colonel Harris Cavalry.
Boys or room 6S7.-take steamer neversink
lor Regatta. Thursday, lltli inst., without tail, at
Pier 27, East River, 9:00 or Barclay street 10:3d; first
class boos, company, Ac. U. w., Astoria, ED.
C JOLLY'S SCOURING AND DYEING CENTRAL
? store, 828 Broadway, lias removed around the cor
ner. East Twelfth street, between Broadway and Fourth
avenue. Uptown store. 1.204 Broadway (Gilaey Bouse);
Downtown store, 1S7 Fulton street.
Friends of feus Armstrong are respect
fully invited to call on him at his residence, liXPh
street, between Tenth avenue and KtugsbrUlge road to
morrow, the 9th Inst. Free lunch.
HEADOUARTER8 OF COOK4 AND PASTRY COOKS
of tne Metropolitan Culinary Association, 440 Sixth
avenue.
Havana lottery.-prbe information and
circulars given and sent. Address J. B. MAR
TINEZ <k CO.. Bankers. 10 Wall street, New York. Post
office box 4,686.
Havana and german government draw
insrs ?Information riven and price lists furnished.
THEODOR ZsCHOCH, 116 Nassau street, New York.
Lock box 5.594.
HAVAVA LOTTERY OF CUBA, MAY 28, 1874.?NO.
2U.061, which drew fiO.OO) pesos, was sola by me. E.
SONNENBEltU, box 644 Post office, New ilavcu, Conn.
NEW YORK YACHT CLUB REGATTA.?TIIK COM
modious and sea going steamer NEVERSINK will
accompany ihe yachts on their annual reyattn, Thurs
day, J une 11, around the Sundy Hook lightship, making
the following landings:?Foot ofThirtv-thlrd street. East
River, 9:15; pier 27 East K
,,, River, 9:0: Brooklyn, adjoining
Fulton ferry, 10; Barclay street. 103); Vanderbilt Land
lug, S. I.. 11 :b0. Tickets limited; $1 each. M uric for the
occasion. Refreshment-! at all hours.
James robinson, >
Oil AS. H. HoWELl., j sunaBlirs'
NO CHANCE FOR BURGLARS.?THE INSTANTA
ncous Alarm, attachable to uuv door or window;
onlv 50c. a box of 10: liberal discount to agents. THE
PHtENIX MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 6> Dey street.
OFFICE OF RLEECKER'S ROTARY PLOUGH, NO. 7
New street, room ').?This Plough breaks more lund
In one day than .in ordinary plough does in a week, lie
sides securing larger crops. It will be exhibited this day
(June 9). between 2 xnil 5 o'clock, near the first tailgate
on the Coney Island road. Take the Smith street curs,
north side of Fulton terry, Brooklyn.
OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL BOLIVIAN NAVIUA
tion Company. No. 61 Liberty street.?New York,
June 6, 187L?The annual meeting oi this company will
be held at the oftlce of the company, on Tuesday- the I6tn
inst. ut 12 M., for the election of directors and such
other business as may 'egallv cotno beiore the meeting.
Wji. tl. REYNOLDS, Secretary.
OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OK KENTUCKY STATE
Lotteries.
gKNTBCK*. KX11IA CLASS 13?JUNE 8, lb?L
16, 34, 61, 5U. 2, 72. A 16, 12, 70, Ml, 42, 48,
KENTUCKY* CLASS 14? JUNE 8, 1874.
61, 27. S3. 18. 3A 22, 17. 45. 49. 57. 37, 19.
SHELBY, EXTRA CLASS 269?JUKE H, 1874.
66, 7, 37. 81, 12, 49, 67. 64. H3, 28. 73, 4, i
SUKLEY, CLASS 2/0?JUNE 8, 1b7A.
74, 73. 42, 5, 24, 8, 76, 62, 14. 61, 37. 18.
Address./. Cl.UTE. host office box 4.969, New York city.
KEGATTAS-THE large and fast sailing sloop
? yachts MAKIaNKA and sIREN will leave the Bat
tery ai 9 o'clock A. M., ami Frank Bates'yacht MARKET,
Thirty-ninth street, Brooklyn, at 10 a. m. on Wednesday
and Thursday, add will accompany the yachts over the
entire course. Fare SI. Either of the above yachts can
be chartered bv the day or week.
DaVXES BROS., 563 Fulton street, Brooklyn.
Royal Havana lottery.?circulars op full
imormatlon turnkhed free; Spanish liank Notes
and Governments purchased; established in 1856.
TAYLOR k CO., Bankers, II Wall street. New York.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCBRN.?THE BAKING BUSI
ne?s formerly carried on by John Hecker, at 63
Rutgers street, mas this day been sold to Franklin
Fair-d. or Ansouth, Conn. Alt connection of said busi
ness with the estate of the late John Hecker ceases irom
this date, June 8, 1874. C.J. UECKaR, Executrix.
THE STEAMER D. B. MARTIN, CAPTAIN JAY L.
Clark, will accompany the yachts on Thursday.
June 11, 1874, Those who have been on board the Martin
in previous races will remember the comtort and enjoy
ment of the irtp. A limned number of tickets win only
be sold and the same rules ana regulations as heretoforo
will do observed. Tickets, admitting on board two ladies
and one gentleman. $5; single ticket $2. I save Buy
? _ _ lay.
ville at 6 A. M.. Oyster Bay. 5:40; Jones'Dock 6:10,
Lnurelton 6:18, Lloyd's Dock 6:26, Cltv Island 7:20.
Thirtv-tnlrd street. New York, 8:30; pier 27. E. R., 9:46;
Ford's Wharf. Brooklyn, Wall street Kerry, 10 and Quar
antine Dock 10:30. Dinner and refreshments on board.
rriOY TORPEDOES.?MAMMOTH TORPEDOES. TIN
1 toil Torpedo Crackers. Ac., tor sale by THE PH<EN1X
MANUFACTURING COMPANY", 60 Dey?t, New York.
nn nnn -royal HAVANA lottery.-of
?LUU.UUU. flclol drawings on file; $460,000cash
gifts; circulars with Tall particulars sent free. Address
P. C. DEVLIN, Stationer and General Agent, 30 Liberty
street.
7ft nnn DRAWN DAILY IN THE
I O.uUU legalized Kentucky Lottery. Estab
lished 30 years. For circulars address BaleY A CO.,
box 4.344 Post office.
IF YOU ARE
L GUING TO THE COUNTRY OR SEASHOBE
THE EVENING TELEGRAM.
WITH ATT. TTIt' Vl/U'd *
WITH ALU THE NEW*?.
WILL BE SENT TO YOUR AllDBESS
FOR 50 CENTS PER MONTH.
POSTAGE PREPAID AT THE
PUBLICATION OFFICE, NO. 3 ANN STREET.
DRY UOORIS.
GO DIRECT TO HEADQUARTERS FOR YOUR
boys' and children's Huts. SHaYN'E. Tenth street
and Broadway, has the greatest variety ever ottered in
New York. Prices reduced.
MILLINEKY ASD UUE93MAKING.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-JUST RECEIVED. IN TIME FOB
the races, and ordered expressly for the occasion, a
ease ot the most elegant French Hats, the latest in shape
and the most exquisite lu style. Mint. CAMILLE DE
laCY, 882k Broadway, near Nineteenth street.
YACHTS. STEAMBOATS, jbti.
QOPPF.lt-FASTENED ROWBOATS FOR SALE-N'EW
\J and handsomely finished; 14 and 15 feet long. Ap
ply to K. WYCKOFF, 151 West Sixteenth street.
FOR SALE?UNTIL JUNE 15, THE SCHOONEER
Yacht Foam. N.Y.Y.C., 82 feet long, 102 tons old
measurement: in perfect order and thoroughly equipped;
remarkably fsstaud weatherly; 67,000 have'been spent
on this yacht by the present owners, part of it this ecu
son; price $8,000. Address 8. It., box 4,574 New York
Post office, or apply at 251 Broadway, room 1.
Ij>OR SALE?LIGHT DRAUGHT TUO; ENGINE
1 iNaefle A Levy), 18x18.
WOOD, DIALOGUE i CO., Philadelphia.
IjKM SALE?FIRST CLASS SLOOP YACU f, NIMBLE,
_ 37 feet long, 14 teet 3 inches beam, one year old,
complete inventory and in complete order, will be sohi
low. Apply at Brooklyn Yacht Club House, loot ofCeurt
street. Brooklyn, where she can be seen.
SHELL BOATe ? THK FIRST i LA*8, UNITED STATES
Military Acsuemy. being about to graduate, desire to
sell their -hell Boats?iwo six and two tour-oars. For
mrtber particulars, address or cad oil
Co,let A. H. MKLLEX, Weat Point, N. Y.
POST OFFICE NOTICfi.
POST OFFICE NOTICE.-THE MAILS FOR EUROPl
for the week ending Saturday. June 13. 1874, wll
close at this office as follow*:?On iuesday at )t>k A. M,
on Wednesday at 11 A. M.. on 'ihtirsda.v at Ilk a. M. am
on Saturday at Ilk A. U. and 12 M.
T. L. JAMES, Postmaster.
INSTRUCTION.
AT WE8TFIRTD SEMINARY. WESTFIELD, N. J.,
one hour trout city on Central Railroad, six min
utes' walK from station-Spacious Rooms: ample lawn;
pleasant shade; good table and reasonable prices.
Elegant business writing guaranteed.
Messrs. DOLUEAR, 1,193 Rrosdwav, engage to r
move -titties*. trembling and nervousness from tl
worst hand, so that any pupil, old or young, con write
good hatul wiih ease and satisfaction, Gentlemen or I
dies can have special leaeons at hours to suit, day '
evening.
PAlNE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 62 BOWERY-Uf
town College removed, to 1,275 Hroadwav. oornc
Thlrtv-iourth street, young men taueht Bookkoepini
foreigners English; backward persons rapidly advanced
ladies qualified.
EYES AND EARS.
Artificial human kyes.-j. t. davib. u
venter and only maker or the improved Artidcli
Htimnit Eye, acknowledged by the faculty to be the oni
correct imitation oi nature in the world. 17 East H
u-eutb street, between Third and Fourtli avenues.
JIAKIILK AIANTKlig.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICKS.
An exten-lve stock ui siate and Marble Mantels,
Wash frays and slate Work oi every description.
PKNRHYN SLATE COMPANY,
Union square. Fourth avenue an I seventeen.it St., N. V.
4 KLAUER, 131 EAST EIGHTEENTH STREET,
it . near third avenue, is selling and manufacturing
ail kinds oi marble aud marhletzcd Mantels nn I oilier
Marble Work at greatly reduced prices; Marbls Turning
lor tiio trade.
/CHEAPEST MARBLE AND SLaTE MANTELS IN
v New York; large stock, closing out, at extremely
low arises. W AT HAN k co. steam Matbl* Md Mate
werii, eerfter Mairen ill Uttk lutM
SrOItTlNt.?DOUN. BUUMI. &C.
A?FOB UUMUi KINDS OK PANOY DOGS,
? Bird*. AO,; Medicines for all disease*: prepared
Food (or mocking bird*. At B. U. DOVEY'8 No. 3 Greene
street, near Canal.
ItKANCIS iniilR, NO. 3 PECK SLIP. HAS ALL.
the chotec breeds of Dogs. Butler's Infallible Mange
Cure and Flea Exterminator. 75e. Butler's New Work,
$2. Medicines for all Diseases.
fpOR .-ALE?AN IMPORTED OIMAH BEAGLE
1 Hound. Address J Oil!# MOLL, 25 William street.
Brooklyn, K. D.
THE 'IX'4F.
American JOCK It y clch.
SPRING RACKS, 1874,
at JEROME PARK,
SATURDAY, 6th, TUESDAY. 16th.
WEDNESDAY. 10th, THURSDAY. Mtb,
SATURDAY. 13th, SATURDAY, tftti,
daps of June
Race* commence each day punctually at 3 o'olock P. M
A. BELMONT, President
C. WuaarLr, Secretary.
G
rand stallion race.
BEACON PARK.
Brighton, Mass., September 22. 1874.
PURSE $3,i 00,
for stallions that have never beaten 2 26; $2,500 to first,
$1,300 to second. $800 to third, $301 to fourth.
.til correspondence should be addressed to D. W.
BEcKLl.it, at Revere House. Boston, and tbe entries to
close at Lafayette Hall, Boston Mass., Saturday, June
13, at 9 o'clock P. M. .
/?3 08HEN PARK RACES.?WEDNESDAY; THUR8
U dav and Friday, June 10, 11 and 12; 72 entries: ex
cursion tickets on Erie Railroad, $2 60: (food from Tues
day till Saturday: trains leave loot of Chambers street
at S and 9 A. M. each day, returning in the evening.
A. B. POST. President
Hudson county fair ground association.
First Annual Soring Meeting
At West Side Park. Jersey City, 2}? miles from ferries.
MONDAY. June 15.
Purse No-1.? $300. for horses that have never beaten
3 20; $180 to first, $80 to second and $10 to third.
Purse No. 2.? $100, lor horses that have never beaten
2-.3S; $3C0 to first, $150 to second and $50 to third.
WEDNESDAY, June 17.
Pnrse No. 3.?$309. tor horses that have never beaten
3 minutes; $180 to first. $80 to secoud and $40 to third.
Purse No. 4.-$'00, for horses that have never beaten
2:45; $300 to first, $150 to second and $30 to third.
FRIDAY, June 19.
Purse No. 5.?$600. tor horses that have never beaten
221; 335t to first, $175 to second and $75 to third.
Pur-e No. C.?tbOU. for horses that have uever beaten
2:60: $180 to first, $80 to second and $4 1 to third.
All the above races to be utile heats, best 3 in 5, in har
ness and will lie governed by the rules of the National
Association. Entries must comply with their rules.
Entries will close at T. B. Johnson's (American Jockey
Club Room), Twenty-eighth street, corner Broadway,
New York, 011 Tuesday, June 9. at 9 o'clock P. M. All
communications to be addressed to Samuel JUcBurney,
secret* ry. 23 Montgomery stre't, Jcrser City, or at John
son's, Twenty-eighth street and Broadway, New York.
. J. \V. tULMORE, President.
Hsucm. McBrnwrv. Secretary and treasurer.
THE FLEETWOOD ASSOCIATION OFFERS THE POL
lowing Purses to be trotted Wednesday, June 17.
Friday, 19tli, and Tuesday, 23d :?
first dat, Wednesday, junk 17.
Purse No. L $1.(X)0 tor horses that have never
beaten 2:25?$559 to first, $300 to second, $150 to third.
Purse No. 2.
SAME DAY.
$300 tor horses that have never beaten $2:45?$159 to
first, $1U0 to second and $.'.0 to third.
SECONu DAY, FRIDAY, JUNK 19.
Parse No. 3. $31) for norses that have never beaten
229?$250 to first, $150 to second, $100 to third.
SAME DAY.
Pnrse No. 4. $400 tor horses that have never beaten
2:S4?$200 to first, $131 to second, $51) to third. Purse No. 5.
THIRD DAY, TUB.-DAY. JUNE 23.
A'special purse of $5.0U0, closed June L with Gold
smith Maid and Judge Fullerton.
SAME DAY.
Purse No. 6. $530 for horses that never have beaten
2:31?$250 to first. $153 to second und $100 to third. All
the above heats to be mile heats, best 3 In 5 In harness,
and to he governed by the rules of the National Associa
tion Entries to close Saturday. June 13, at 9 P. j?., at
Johnson's Jockey Club Restaurant, corner Twenty
elghtn street anil Broadway, in case of rain or un
pleasant weather the races are to follow tbe next fair
dav alter Jerome races. All communications to be ad
dressed to WM. If. VAN COTT. Superintendent, tleet
wood Park, Westchester countv, N. V., or JOHNSON
RBOTHERS, corner Twenty-eighth street and Broad
way.
UTICA PARK ASSOCIATION.
. Meetings Season of 1874.
Spring Running Meeting. June 21, 25, 2d.
Extra Trolling Meeting. July 3, 4.
Quadrilateral Trotting Meeting, August 11, 12,13,14.
Fall Kunniug Meeting (probable), .- eptomber 13, 16,17.
Central New York Fair, Running and Trotting, October
6 to li', inclusive. E. T. WRIOBT, President
E. B. Orobak, Secretary.
8TH MEETING
of the Saratoga Stable
Trotting Association,
at Fleetwood Park,
TUESDAY. JUNE 9, 1374.
First class. 8 in ft, In harness.
J. L. Doty's a g. Moriimore.
M. McXamara's b. g. Saratoga Boy.
S. Seit's b. in. Fisherman's Daughter.
A. 8. Odeli's blk. m. Gertrude.
T. B. Otxnatter's a g. Star Henry.
Second class, 3 In 8, in harnssa
T. Rogers' a g. Basil.
S. Murphy's d. g. Genuine,
D. S. Pardee's dun m. Jennie.
A. 8. Odeli's br. g. Dunoon.
L Houston's b, m. Lsdy BUI.
A match for $4081
Mile heats, best three in five. In harness.
John Murphy's s. g. Sorrel Jake.
M. McNamara's a g. shinor.
Admission. $1.
WM. H. VAN COTT. Superintendent.
POOLS SOLD AT JOHNSON'S, 1,187 BROADWAY,
corner Twentv-etghth street, on the Joromo Park
races, every evening and every morning at 9 o'clock,
during tne meeting; also l'arls Mutual pools; also pools
sold every night and morning at Thompson's Hotel, at
Uoshen, on tbe trots to take place there this week.
T. B. JOHNSON.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, <fcC.
A?GREAT ANDABHOLUTK SALE ^
. BT PUBLIC AUCTION
handsome man BRED and BL00D2D
TROTTERS, ROADSTERS,
FAMILY AND SADDLE
HORSES.
ELEGANT CARRIAGES,
TINE HARNESSES, SUPERIOR BLANKETS,
WHIPS, Ac.
Messrs. JENKINS A DUFF. Auctioneer*,
take great pleasure In Announcing to the public the
great *ale of Hones, Carriages, Harnesses and the en
lire elegant and costly Turnout ot Peter Brunner, Esq.,
of the llrm of Brunner A Mooro. of New York city, at
his countrv residence In Westchester county, situated
between Knstchoster and Westohesier villages, five min
utes'drive from the Porlchester Railroad station, ten
minute* troni Willlamsbridge, Westchester county, N. Y.,
ON WEDNESDAY. JUNE M.
at 11 o'clock prompt.
Among thi* fine stock will be tound Mr. Brnnner's
four-iu-hand Team, all bays, and are considered the
fastest in the State. Also superior tandem Team; have
no superiors and tew equals. Also all his well known
and last Trotting Stock.
Carriages consist ot circular front Clarence, by Wood
Bros; six seat halt top Park Phaeton, bv John it. Law
rence; one elegant Dog Cart Phaeton, which took pre
mium nt Paris Exposition; one Dog Cart, by Wood Bros.;
two light Trotting Wagons: ,-ulkovs and Skeleton, by
Dusenbury: top and open Poiiv Pnaetons.
Harnesses consist ot tour-iu-band gold mounted Har
noss, tandem gold mourned Harness, single and double
llgut Trotting Harness. Also a fine collection ot Kersey,
Dress, Sweat And Walking HlaDkets, Hoods, Whips,
Bits, Boots. Ac.
N'. B.?Sale will be positive, rain or shine.
Mr. Brunner sellson account ot bis going abroad for an
indefinite length of time, and each and every article
will be sold to the highest bidder without limit or reser
vation.
For full particulars see catalogue. Can be had at office
ot Auctioneers. No. 255 Mercer street, or at Brunner A
Moore's office. So. 75 King street. New York city.
Guide to Sale.?Conve} uuco* can be bad to bring par
ties to sale Irom any of the following depots;?Tremont,
Ford ham or Willlamsbridge. on Uariem Railroad. Par
ties uriving io sale, take Central avenue to Wondlawn,
cross to Williaiiisbrtdge; or through Tremont and West
Farms: or Southern Boulevard irom Harlem Bridge,
througn Westchester village, three miles trout Harism
Bridge or Mrcomb's Dam Bridge.
Saie will be over In time to attend the Jerome raceeon
W ednesdav.
A -MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.
, great special SaI.E often of the most tasbiou
ably bred yearling fUORoUOHBRKD COLTS AND ML
LIEn ever ottered nt public auction, the oropertv ot a.
WELCH, ESQ.. of Chestnut Hill stud, Philadelphia, and
J (S. BETH UN E. ot Virginia, at BARKER'S CITY Auc
tion Mart and Now York Tattersnlls, corner ot Broad
wav i.nd Thirty-ninth street, on Monday. June 10, at 11
o'clock.
THE STOCK COMPRISES eight Colts and Fillies, the
get of IMPORTED LEAMINGTON: two, ihegetof Vic
tory ison of Uncle Vic and Kentucky's dam), out of mares
bv LEXINGTON, Lightning. Imp. Hoottro, Cotton,
Voucher, Imp. Australian. Vandal, Mahomet, Ac.
sTOCK WILL BE ON EXHIBITION on Saturday next
and up to sale.
CATALOGUES CAN BB OBTAINED at the Mart.
Bute without reserve or postponement.
A?fO-MORROW-TO-MORROW.
. AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK-AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
AT BARKER'S
OITY AUCTION MART ANu N.Y. TATTERSALL'9.
CORNER OF BROADWAY AND THIRTY-NINTH
STREET.
GREAT REGULAR SALE
OF HOR L8, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, AC.
SEE TO-MORROW'S HERALD FOR FULL DESCRIP
TION.
A BROWN HORSE?I35i HANDS; SIRED BY OLD
Hambletonian and a star innre; sound, kind arid
gentle; suitable lor a lady to ride; has n record of 35:
sold only lor want or use. At Glfford's stables. No*. 40
and 51 Liberty street, Brooklyn.
A LARGE AS SORTMENT OF
Pony Phaetons
and light family Carriages at low prices at
DEMARKoT A CO.'8, 628 Broadway.
A?TWO ENGLISH DRAGS. COUPE ROCKAWAY,
? Depot Wagous, ladles' Phaetons, Clarences, Landau
lets; second band taken In exchange; sold less than half
Price. HAM, 10 East Fourth street.
A PAIR OF BAY HORSES, 15S HANDS; SOUND
and kind ; also a no top Wagon and set harness lor
?ale, on account ot sickness of owner. Apply at 79
Eighth aveuue, corner fourteenth street.
A -WE ARK SELLING OUR STOCK OP BASKET
. and panel Phaetons ot cost.
We also offer a line of first class no top Wagons, our
Stvu maoutauiure, ut $200 each. JAMES s. REAL A CO.,
roadway, near Forty-fourth stresi.
? LADIRs' PRT MARK: BAB KVERY GAIT; IB
tffiir2ss
IIOHNKS. tAK.mA.GK3. _
A"TXuon?? this Jay. by
VAN TASKELL A KEARNEY, AUCTIONEERS
(xuceexaor, to Johnston A von Tuseetl).
HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION mart
110, Hi AND 114 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET. NEAR
POUR til AVENUE.
REGULAR a*LK OF HORSES ANI) CARRIAGES
hVKRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
Twenty-tour to lurty-eiglit hours given to purchasers to
test warrantee*. . .
CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S ,TUESDAY) SALE, |
AT O O'CLOCK. ? I
CLOSELY MATCHED BLACK TEAM. HORSE AND
mare, hall' brother una sister, sired bv Vermont Morgan ,
horse, dam n Henry Clay and Hambletonian mare, is ]
haml'' high. 6 years old; kind and true in alt harness and i
tinner saddle; tree irotn vice; prompt ami stylislt dri |
ver?; warranted sound also set Harness and .. .
CABRIOLET, IN GOOD ORDER, BY BREWSTER A [
Co.. ot Broome street. ? . ??? j
ELEGANT SORREL COUPE HOUSE. 1GV; HANDS
hiuh, 6 veurs old : kind and true in all harness; tree trom I
vice: very stylish and handsome; a good traveller; trars
nothing i one of tbe finest coupe or carriage horses in
the city, and warranted sound. Also set coupe Harness,
""cOUPK. WITH POLE AND SHAFTS, BUILT BY
Brewster A Co.. ol Broome s'reet. ?
TEAM OF BROWN HORSES. It! HANDS HIGH. #
years old ; kind atnl true In all Harness; free from vice;
fast travellers; tree, stvlixh drivers, and sold on account
ot owner leaving the eitv. Also set Harness and
BAKOUCH IN GOOD ORDER; BUILT BY BREW
*tBA*B*MARK, ABDALLAH STOCK. 13'i HANDS
lush. 6 vearsotd; kind and true in double liarness. tree
ir"m vice, very stylish and handsome and warranted
""laNDAU, OS C SPRINGS. IN GOOD ORDER,
bU(M' WsWrHANDS HIGH. 10 YEARS OLD.
kind and true In all harness ; tree lrom vice: a superior
roadster, trots in 2 JJ0; has great endurance and war
r*KOAD^WAGON. BUILT BY DUSESBURV A VAN
?HAY HORSE. 16 HANDS HIGH, 6 YEARS OLD:
kind and true In all harness; free from vice : a good
traveller; free and stylish driver, lears nothing and la in
every respect a tlrst class coupe or carriage horse.
COUPE ROOKaWAY. IN GOOD ORDER, BUILT BY
BL'aCK TROTTING MARE, 8IRF.D BY HILL'S BLACK
Hawk, daman American Star niRre; 15?? hands high, 8
years old: kiu.l and true in ull harness: tree trom vice;
a superior roadster; can trot In 2:50 sure, aud is u tree
and pleasant driver. Ali-osa Harness, and
TOP I.OAD WAGON, BUILT BY BREWSTER A CO.
BAY HORSE, RATTLER nTOCK, 15* HANDS HIGH,
8 yeara old: Wind and true in all iiarntss. free trout vice;
trotted last tall in i .id and can trot In 2 :Su any day, and
is a first class road horse. Also set Harness, dud
ROAD WAGON. IN GOOD ORDER. ?????
BROWN mark. STRED BY HENRY B. PATCHEN,
16L hands high: 7 years old : kind and true In all liar
ness; iree from vice; trots close to 3 minutes; has been
used lor coupe and carriage driving, and warrauted
sound.
OPEN FOUR-SEAT PHAETON. ?
It It OWN HORSE, 16 HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD;
kind and true in all harness; tree lrom vice; very
stylish; has been used by a doctor, and la a llrsc class
roadsier; also, set Harness, an I
rot TOR'S WAGON. IN GOOD ORDER.
BAY PONY. 141. HANDS lirGH, 6 YEARS OLD;
klud and true III all harness: tree from vice; can he
driven by any one and warranted sound.
Also set Harness aud
TOP l'ONY PHAETON. . ?Ir,
BAY HOR-tF, 15)4 HANDS HIGH, It) YEARS OLD;
kind nnil true in all harness; iree from vice: a good
traveller; kind anu gentle lor a lady to drive and war
ranted sound.
VWTORu'in'g'o^D ORDER; BUILT BY MINER A
Stevens. ? .
Rockawayx, Depot Wagons, Phaetons, Fulkv, doctor's
Wagons, road and business Wagons, Harness, 4c.
SALE COMMENCES AT 11 O'CLOCK.
Auction house of arch. Johnston
i lute Johnston A Van Ynxsell),
DOWNTOWN OFFICE, 61 LIBERTY STREET
(Tutts' Carriuge W aremouis).
THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OP OUR HOUSE
IS REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES
18 TO Y5 THIRTEENTH STREET,
NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE.
SALES OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES ARE 11ELD
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY*. AT 10 O'CLOCK.
The business will be conducted on precisely the
same strict and honorable principles which have
always characterized the dealings oi our house and
won the respect and confidence ol the business com
munity as well as the nubile at large, ..
THE STAMP OP OUR HOUSE IS RELIABILITY.
Catalogue ol Till - DAY'S (Tuesduy) sale
road establishment?team black mares
leisters), li bauds, 8 and 9 veurs; kind lu all harness,
iree trom vice, very stylish, free drivers; can trot In
liireo minutes * oue of the finest road teams m the
cltv; sold tor want of use; warranted sound. Alao
TOP ROAD WAGON, IN UUUD ORDER, BY
B?HKEE4VICTORIAS, IN GOOD ORDER, CITY
""DARK CHESTNUT SORREL MARE. VERY
handsome, sired bv Old American Star, dam Abdal
lah mare, ifi hands, 9 years: klud In all harness; iree
trom vice; can trot Inside three minutes; warranted
sound
NO TOP ROAD WAGON, BY CORBETT k 00.
THRKE-yCAKl'ER CLaRKNCE, IN UOOD OR
%'kixBMwSt KENTUCKY HORSE, SIRED BY
Forreitcr, 152? hands, 0 years; kind hi all harness;
excellent under saddle; iree from vice; extra line
road or family horse; .warranted sound. . v._
CROSS MATCH.-.D TEAM?GRAY HORSE AND
brown mare, 15* hands, 8 vears; kind In all harness;
tree lrom vice; a good work team; sold lor aocount
of whom it may oonceru; also ,, . vn
TRUCK, IN GOOD ORDER, WITH POLK AND
^CLARENCE, IN GOOD ORDER, BYDUNN.
CHESTNUT HORSE. 16* UAND3. 7 YEAR-;
kind in all harness; iree irom vice; extra stylish
a^??V?ia&%WAR?STaOOD ORDER, BY
WUAYmMARE, MORGAN STOCK. 15* HANDS. 8
years; kind in all harness; free from vice; excellent
work or lamtiy horac; warranted sound.
COUPE, VERY HIGH, UUUD ORDER, BY KEL
1URAY HORSE, 15* HANDS, 6 YEARS; KIND IN
all harness; free trom vice; good butlneis horse; sold
Wn, IN GOOD ORDER, BY MINER k
St$AYMARE, 16 HANDS; 7 YEARS; KIND IN ALL
harness; tree trom vice; trots in three minutes; not
afraid of auvtlilng; sold only lor wan1 of use.
TWO CSARENCr.8, IN GOOD OnDEH.
BROWN HAMBLETONIAN STALLION. SIRED BY
F Thorn's Hamlet, 16* bauds, 6 years; kind in all
harness. Pedigree hi irnl time of sale.
GRAY HORSE, 16 HANDS. 9 YEARS: KIND IN
all harness; free trom rice; excellent business or
""^p'lendid'lan'dau, satin lined, nearly
nBAYyMARK?i8Ji HANDS, 6 YEARS; KIND IN
all harness; Iree from vice; very handaome; war
raBaydSare?'l6 hands, 7 years; kind In all harness;
S0{'Ka0MWRAY?t HORSES. 16* HANDS. 6 AND 7
years; kind in all harness; free from vice; very fine,
stylish drivers; good lor any purpose and warranted
"bay HAMBLETONIAN MAEE. 15* HANDS, 7
years: guaranteed to trot in 3 minutes; ovcry way
right; warranted sound. _ .
\ large number of other Horses. Descriptions time
"ifAssortment or top and no top Wagons, Park,
Queen and Pony Pbaotone, Uockuways and Depot
wavons. Also every variety ot Harness.
Sale commences at 10 o'clock.
A
T ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART. 19 *0 25 1HIB
tcenth street, near University place.
ELEGANT LANDAU, SATIN LINED. BV KELLUM.
ELEGANT COUPE. NEARLY NEW. BY KELLUM.
ELEGANT CLARENCE, NEARLY NEW, BY DUNN.
IHKEE VICTORIAS, IN GOOD ORDER, CITY
TOP WAGON, IN GOOD ORDER, BY BREWSTER
A CO.
TILBURY, IN GOOD ORDER, BY BREWSTER A
DOG CART, VBRY LIGHT, GOOD ORDER, BY
Williams.
top wagon, in good order, by miner a
Stevens.
EXPRESS waoon, good ordeb. BY a SAgLE.
SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK.
A
teentli street, near University place.
PINE ROAD TEAM, THREE MINUTER
PINK FAMILY TEAM.
PINE WORK OR BU8INESS TEAM.
SPLENDID BOAEST* rTmINUTES WARRANTED.
FAMILY ROAD AND "BUSINESS HORSES TO BE
REIRED UPON.
SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Avery handsome and stylish blood bay
Morgan Horse, ail Muck points, 5 years, 15^; has
been used as a Atddle, family ami lady's horse; would
make a beautiful lady's horse, heinir so geutle and essilv
handled: warranted Without vice. trick, spot or blemisli;
single, or with open, hulf sprlmt, Brewster iBrootue
street) Buggy ; Harness, Whip, Blanket, very cheap, i o
be seen at tuONPsON'8 Livery Stable, Lit East Thir
teenth street, near Third avenue.
A
?AT 68 LIBERTY STREET.
, For CHEAPNESS and DURABILITY
oar Wagons CAiinot be surpassed.
We offer
Leather top Buggies, worth 8226, lor $150.
Ponv Pha>tons, IT'S, all leather top.
Depot Wagous. from $126 up; Ac., Ac.
Work equal to auy in the city,
at prices ranging irom 30 to 60 per cent lower,
one call will convince you.
Any one having a good solid truck team
lor sole cheap, for cash, apply to M. BRADLEY, at
H. K Thurber A t.o.'s. West Broadway and Kuude street
Any one wanting a first class-pair
of Carriage llorses that have not been lockoyod.
Can see the owner at ua West Thirty-second street; will
sell low aud warrant thom.
-THE POL LOW I NO SECOND Si35 A
. Carriages are ottered low: ?
A mil spring top Wagon, by Stiver*. .
Anopen Wagon, by Stivers. *
A Ponv Phaeton with canopy, lour passengers.
A three-fourth Laudaule;
AtlBO West Thirty-first street_
A LADY'S SADDLE AND PHAETON HORSE FOR
sale; Pony, U hands, jet black. 6 years old: war
ranted found and kind in all hemes; will stsud by
steam cars: also Basket Phaeton and Harness In good
order, trom best city maker; a trial given. Apply at
private stable. 101 East Twenty-eighth street
ASAORIF1CK.?WAGONS; FINS ROCKAWAY. TO
order, new, $15): top Depot Wagon, fl50; Kocka
way, second hand, ?125 top Phueton, lltid; pair Ponies,
drivers, $226 611 Seventh avenue^
PRIVATE TURNOUT TO LET?FOR FOUR
months or longer; a fine patrot bav hordes, lull 10
Is, with carrlnge. Inquire ot coachman, No. $1 West
fV.loilrth ?. pans afaltin
line drivers, $226. 611 Seventh avenue.
PRIVATE TURNOUT TO LET-KOR FOUR
__ II
bauds, ...
Thirty-iourth sireet, stable,
A SECOND HAND LIGHT VICTORIA-EQUAL TO
A. new \ a Clarences, a tlaas quarter Coaches, 1 Coop*.
HOUSES, CARRIAGES, dSC.
A?TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
. JOHN L. VAN DEW ATI li. Al'OTIONEER.
WILL SELL BY i'UBL1C AUCTION. TO-MORROW
(WEDNESDAY), JUNE Id. AT STABLE NO. 43 OHEAT
JONES STUFF I,
AT 10J? O'CLOCK,
two of the finest teams ut Kentucky bred Horses ever
brought to thiscit.v.
One team or elegant Mood bav Celdiug*. 15?? high. J
and t> venrs old this spring v ttiU brothers-, both sired by
Utl.it J., dam Thoroughbred: the clos >t mated, finest,
most Attractive and blooded team of large tirlv.nir ln.rses
in the country; line long inched and blooded neeks
>'y mmet! leal In proportion no artist eoul.i paint them
finer : were exhibited at county lair in Woodford county
last October, and took first premium, und showed a lull
mile in 2;!>9; are warranted sound and Mud.
One team of Ericsson trotting und family Mures, about
15',. 5 ami 0 years old, sired by Ericsson, dam by Lex
inctou; the prettiest, most pleasant, unliable and set],
slide pair of liomelv und sweet driving mares in the
country: are dark browns; perfect little pictures and
pets, without a white hair; pleasunt and easy in bits;
any ladv can drive theco ; can bent S minutes together,
or no sate, and require no checks or cags: warranted
sound and kind.
N. B.?These two extra pair of young and high bred
hordes were raised, trained und broken by Captain It.
McCloskcy on hi, stock turtn in Woodford comity. Ky..
and ware by him exhibited at fair last October, whore
they both took first premium, and were then bargained
for and engaged by Hon. Frederick Stnekpule.
ot Ncwnort, K. I., who was then on his wav
south, witli the understanding that tbev were
be delivered in New York city on tli ? lath of May.
for VAIN), on the 1st dav ot May Mr. Stackpole ?ent Ills
agent to Kentu kv to examine them, and It all right, to
order them shipped. He ordered them shipped. They
' J the i?ti
were duly shipped, and arrived here on the litli of May.
On calling on Mr. Stackpole ho was seriously ill. could
not Be seen, and died on the 23d of Mav. i'hey were
.then tendered to Ids agents and administrators, who
refused to receive them Consequently, by advice of
counsel. Mr. McCTuskev, being obliged to attcn! to his
farm, has ordered them to be sold at public auction and
to hold the estate responsible (or any deficiency and ex
penses that mav accrue.
Also, at s?ni? time, three fine Road and Trotting
Horses, including the Trotting Horse Medium - oan beat
2:3V A1*) Wagon and Hai'ness, the stock of A private
gentleman.
Full particular- of all in to-morrow's Herald
8toek uow on exhibition- Call and examine them.
A VERY HANDSOME PAIR OP HORSES, 13l?
hands, very stvlish and gentle, suitable for T cart.
Victoria or coupe; will warrant sound and kind ; sold
low. as owner has no use lor them. Apply at private
' of 3ti '"
stable 131 West Fiitv.tourth street. Part of Stable to let,
with Hoard, tor two or three horses.
A LOT OF HORSES FROM THE COUNTRY WILL
be sold cheap or exchanged lor horses of less value;
fit for all klndsot'business: warranted sound und kind.
Apply at 541 Canal, corner of Washington struct
A STYLISH TURNOUT FOR SALE, CHEAP, FOR
wuut of use ; an elegant pair of S year old black
Mares, 1.V, hands high : sound, kind and excellent trav
ellers; also Uliaeton and double Harness; will sell the
whole together or the Mares separate. Can be seen at
LKADBEITER'S stables, 039 Seventh avenue, above
Forty-tilth stiee t.
^ RAKE CHANCE.?FOR SALE. A HANDSOVF.
j.?. pair of road or carriage Horses, dark buvs, l'lf,
high, 7 ami Syears old: perfectly sound, kind and gen
tle : sold lor want of use only; price $45). Principals
will address Cl. A.. Herald office.
A LOT OF NICE YOUNG HORSES FOR SALE-AT
low prices. 163 West Fifteenth street, near Seventh
avenue.
BY HENRY D. MINER. AUCTIONEER.
(Late Henry H. Leeds A Miner;.
Established 11)47.
Salesroom 105 Dunne st.. tour doors west of Broadway,
THURSDAY, JUNK 11, AT I0>? O'CLOCK,
AT THE PRIVATE STABLE NO. lit WEST 17TH ST..
HORsEH, CARRIAGES. HARNESS. AC., COMPRIS
ING THE ENTIRE PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT OF A
GENTLEMAN LEAVING THE CITY, EMBRACING As
FOLLOWS, VIZ. :?
A very superior pair hay carriage Horses, 16 hands
high, 7 and 8 years old; closely matched, black points;
free and stylish drivers; warranted sound and kind and
without lault or blemish of any nature.
Elegant Coach, trimmed with French morocco, in per
fect order; built tor present owner by Brewster,of
Twenty-fifth street; tet double silver plated mounted
Harness; made bv Deane. to order.
Pair ot very stybsti dark brown Horses, 15V; hands
high. 7 and 9 vears old . warranted sound ami kind unit
tree Iroinvice: reliable in every wav; nave been used
for familv driving by present owner mr nast three years.
Circular trout Come, trimmed with French morocco;
built to order bv Brewster, of Twenty-filth street, (or
present owner; in excellent condition.
Set coupe (silver mounted) Harness; In good order;
built by Deane.
Very elegant Coach, nearly new. trimmed with French
morocco: built to oruer for present owner by Brewster A
Co.. ot Filth avenue; cost over $2,000.
.six-seat Kockuway. in fine order, built by Wood Bros.,
to order.
Light top Buggy, with pole and shafts, in perfect or
der ; built for present owner by Brewster, of Twenty
lltth street.
Al-o three sets Single Durness, made by Campbell, to
gether with baddies. Robes, Dress and Stable Blankets,
Ac.. Ac.
The above can be seen Irom 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. each day,
at stables, and are fully warranted as described.
CHS. GRUBE, 141 WEST BROADWAY, HAS ON
hand, at wholesale or retail, manufactured ' for tho
trade," all kluds Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies, Ac.,
at first or manufacturers' prices.
CARRIAGES AND HARNESS FOR TOWN AND
countrv.?Rockaways for tour aud fix passengers,
park and pony Phaetons, extension top Cabriolets and
Phaetons, tour and six seat depot Wags us, W again ust.
track Wagons, Ac.
. Also
double and single Harness for coach, coape and wagon,
of the best quality and hand sewed. For sale by
A. S. FLANDMAU,
Nos. 7 and IS East Eighteenth street, near Fitth nv.
/CARRIAGE WANTED?A SECOND HAND VICTORIA
V or low and easy riding two horse Carriage; light,
Kod stvle and well made. Address J., care of Beach A
moil, SU Broad street. New York; give price, number
and street where It mav be found.
CtARRIAOES.?SECOND HAND, TOP AND NO TOP
/ side-bar and elliptic spring Wagons, Depot Wagons,
Park Phaeton, light Rackaway, Doctors' Wagons. Dog
Cart, Jucnp seat, Ac. R. M. STIVtRS.
144 to 152 East Thirty-first street.
CUUPK FAMILY HORSE. 17 HANDS; LONG TAIL
and mane; handsome, sound and kind; also Coupe
Harness. 1*6 West Thirty-second street.
For salk-for want of usr only, at 12s
Char.es street, two pony bnllt Horses, 8 years, 15
and 16 hands, fit tor grocer, butcher or larmer; prices,
$55 and $93.
For sale?a handsome thoroughbred
Horse, 16 hands, by Harry Booth, out of an English
thoroughbred mare, to ride or drive. Apply Tuesday,
June 9, at'-thirteenth street, west of Filth avenue.
For sale-for half her value, a Vermont
Black UawK Mare, S.years old, 16% hands high, last,
sound and kind, and very handsome. Apply at 56
Bowery, near Canal street.
For hale?on account of death and lady
leaving the city, a bcautliul Mure ; a perfect treasure;
16 hands; kind and true In all harness; fast; Just 9.yours
old, pedigree. Address, Immediately, box 198 Herald
office.
I710R SALE?A FINE BAY ROAD HORSE, 16 HANDS
F high, 8 years old; verv stylish driver; kind and gen
tle; fears nothing; also light side bar top Wagon, nearly
new; ettv made; with Ms mess, Ac.; must be sold as
owner has to leave the city in a tew daya Inquire at 180
Penn street, Brooklyn, E. D.
For sale-a pair of matched makes. 6 and
6 vears old ; one sired by Volunteer, tlio other by
Middletown. dams by Abdullah Unlet : bred in Orange
county; bright bavs; 15% bands; never been tracked or
worked ; good steppeis; prompt, gamy drivers, and are
all right. Can be seen at the Y\ ashing.on Mansion House
stables, at llackcusuck. V J., lor tlir.-e days.
T,tOR SALE?OEN I'LKMAN' 8 TURN OUT, GRAY MARK
F 10.."5 hands nigh, six years old ; petfectly sound and
kind ; has trotted last tall, tn 2:17%; lady can drive her;
new tight road Wagon and Harness; city makers Call
at San Francisco stables, 114 West Forty-sixth street, near
Sixth avenue. .
fitOR SALE-A CLARENCE, FULL SIZE. AND A
1 Park Phaeton, blue lined, itcarlv new; made by
Dunn ; will be sold low. Call on or address PhTEH C.
WKbl'ERVELT, Grand street, near Library Hall, Jersey
City.
FOR SALE-TWO HORSES, OVER 16 HANDS: WAR
ranted iu every respect except a little sore in feet;
vain ible lortlie country; (65 and $15 each. Inquire, tor
one week, at 77 New Chambers street.
For salf.. by c. l. Harrington, who will
soon leave, one fine bay Black Hawk Mare; can
trot in X minutes; n fine driver; gentle and kind; also
one Buggy. Corner seventh Avenue and Thirty-eighth
street. Kindall and Bollinger stables.
For. sale-a fine black mare, suitable for
express, ntilk or doctor, price $176; a sorrel Horse,
tor cart or truck, $125; two good IIor>es for light work,
$150 and t?o. Apply at 245 West Twenty-sixth street.
For sale, at a bargain-gkntlmmaN'S turn
out; horse warranted sound and kind; can trot a
mile In 2:30; a first class shitting top Buggy and line sin
gle Harness, good as new; also top Pony Phaeton; sold
separate. 58 Last Twelfth street, private stab.e.
FOB SAL*?ATA OBBAT BARGAIN, A HANDSOME
thoroughbred Kentucky bay Horse, 1514 bauds high.
7years old : very stvllsh and gentle ; broke to saddle and
harness; drives single or double; Is sound everyway,
except sight in one eye detective, which does not Inter
fern with his driving; price, $150; cost $600. Can be seen
at Mr. Miles' stable, 51 West Nineteenth street
LXW SALE?A VERY HANPSOXI THRJUl-QUABtCb
r bred Kentucky oay Horse. 16% hands, 8 years old;
warranted sound. Vino and eemle, in single and double
harness, and a very stylish saddle horse; last walker;
cheap ior want of use. Apply to u. & 8., No 118 Wall ?t.
For salk-a very" stylish Tiray"horse~15
hands. 8 years old; trot In three minutes; war
ranted sound and kind; one black liurse, sired by Gen
eral Knox; 16% hands. 7 years old; good stepper; war
ranted sound and kind. Abiugdon Stables, 78 and 80
Bank street
litOR SALE?BLACK HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD, 15
r hands; sound and kind ; perfectly gentle for ladies
or children to drive or ride;urtco $*W. No. 48 hast
Twenty-sixth street.
For salk cheap-only for want of use?
2 pony bulit Marts, 15 hands, ft and 6 years; fit for any
work; also one brown Mare, price $55. 135 Perry st.
ORSKS WANTED?A TEAM THAT CAN TROT IN ft
minutes to pole. Address box 118 Herald office.
Harness, saddles, bridles, linen sheets
In great varlotv. Hor?e Clothing, Lap Dusters,
Robes. V, nips, 4c. My Harness Is manufactured on the
premises and are all hand made, no machine stitching;
good work, at the lowest possible price. E. BARTLKTT
Hatness Manufacturer and Importer, 62 Warren street
and 21 and 2d College place.
ARNE8S, HARNESS. HARNESS-ALL STYLES
And grados, Horn $> to $l,0iX) per set, for truck,
buggy, carriage, coach, coupe, and all new; heary and
light teain Harness, single and double; aleo all kinds of
Summer Blankets. Lap Robes. Sheets, sweat Blankets,
52W
H
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iioushn, eiiiiiWM, .sc.
Harness for sale verv i.ow?-plk.nitd sil
vi>r mounted carriage llano*,. English style; aln
flnp now Kir lit double and single llurtie??, tiy a tirst olasi
maker. 149 W.-?t Thirtv-thiru street.
J?OKSKS l'ASTUtt; D? FIRST'CLANS OUA:?, 1R
Orange county, tor $1 p*r month.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, 128 Broadway.
IKON STABLE FITTINGS?ALL I HE LATEST
J improvements. of our own make. Call and tee tpeck
mens or semi tor uti Illustrated cutaloyqa.
JANES A KIRTLAND. No*. 8, lu and 12 Keade street
JUST ARRIVED UttlM KENTUCKY?TO HORSES
unit 10 M ule*; will lie told clien p. Cau be seen at 221
Kail i wonty-fourth street. \7M. A. MYERS, Agent
MANUFACTURERS' UNION.?BARGAINS t BAR*
gams 1?Our immense stock. seasonable styles, fata
lly Carriuges and light \Vaeons, new nud second hand,
lower price* Mian ever; we re tune no reasonable offer
and Invite purchaser* to examine our stock.
Manufacture.KM' union, ast Broadway.
A^AHOPAO _STABLES, 131 WEST FORTY-NINTH
street.- To let, bv week or month, Landaus. Lane
Runlet*. Phaetons, at reducod prieea Gold down and
down goes riding for pleasure. Call and see for your
selves.
Mail phakton-mohi- stylish in city, ia
pcrtc-ct order, sold ut a bargain; owner going H
Eu'ope. No. Ill East 1 wenty-eeuiid street.
New no TOP PONY PHAETONS, $11S UP: top
do.. SI'c up i open Wagons. StiO up; one second hand
Pony Phaeton. $<>/: Landau and Calash, by srooino
street Brewster; three line second hand tight Coupes;
one r cart by Brewster; naif top lonr seat Phaeton, by
Lawrence; one six-seat do.: second han.1 top Wagons,
tty i
by Brewst;r. Stivers, Dusenbury and other city makers;
sulkies and Skeletons, top and open Express Wagons, two
line second hand six-seat Coupe Rockawavs; one flag
Jour-scat do.; Itoekawsys ot all styles, two-seat open
Wagons, single and double Harness, Sheets. Whips. Nats,
Ac. W. H. GRAY, 20 and 22 Woostcr strew.
QALE OP
O thoroughbred Horses,
from the studs of
A. Belmont
and
Hunter A Trovers,
at
fhe Nursery, Babylon. L, L,
on Central Railroad.
IUKBDAY. 11tli dune, 1ST4,
at 12 o'clock M.
In cage of bad weather the sale will take pises on tt$
next day.
Trains will leave Hunter's Point (Thirty-fourth street
ferryj ut 8:20 and D:'ijA. M. Returning, leave Babylon
ut is :15 and 5-.T11*. M. Conveyances will await arrival of
trains at . abvlou.
CEOON'D HAND.?ELEGANT C SPRING CRIMSON
O satin Clareuec und Harness, city built; Doctor's
Phaeton, six seat Park Phaeton, light Victoria, six-seat
lln.-kHWuy. depot Wagons. Buggies, Pony Phaetons,
Iteckawav* and road Wagons, exeeileut condition.
Manuiaciurers' Union, t>3? Broadwav.
CADDLE HORSE, 17.HANOS; IIAND90ME8T IN C1TY|
C has all gaits; sp|eudi:l lor military. 143 West Thirty
second street.
QTABLF, TO LET.?'THREE STALLS; ROOM FOR TWO
O carriages; hay lott, teed, Ac. Apply at 15 foot
Twenty-seventh sireet.
THE "BREWSTER WAOONV'-APTKR A THOROUGH
trial of over lliree years we have adopted the "par
allel axle." made lor us by the Tomliusoii Company, of
Newark, believing it to be the safest and best running
axle ever made, the straight arm working with the euse
and precision of the most pertect maehiuery/ Gentlemen
interested In the construction of road and track wagons
are Invited to examine this improvement. Worerooms
Firth avenue and Fourteenth sireet. Factory Broadway
and Forty seventh street.
BKEWBTER A CO., of Broome streets
TOP PONY PHAETON AND HARNESS, CITY MAKR.
More, 6 \ curs old; verv stylish; driven by a lady;
warranted every way; also top Wagon, almost now, and
single set of Harness.
OLIVER, 20 University place, store.
TO LET-BY THE MONTH. TWO BEAUTIFUL
Luuduuleis, tine Horses and Harness. No*. 3 and a
West Thirteenth street. T. E. GORDON,
T1TANTED-A SMALL, LOW PRICED GELDING,
vr sate for lady, in exehunge
_ lor yacht; boly top
Wagon (Stiver's), price $125, or will buy or sell.
DATES, UOand 162 East Fiity-seventb street.
WANTED?A TEAM OF CARRIAGE HORSES. 16)f
hands lr.ghblood bay, with black points, pre
forred; rangy an l stylish, hlgb stepping: warranted
sound, kind and tree trom vices. Address L? box 334
Post office.
WANTED-A MARE TO DRIVE TO DEPOT WAGON:
VV must be souna, kind, not airaid ol locomotive and
cheap. Addross, with price and where to be seen, w. E.
8., Herald office.
TIT ANTED?A GOOD SINGLE TURNOUT THROUGH
Vt out; will be taken In part payment tor a Villa
Plot; nearly 20U teet front, on Nlchoi's place at Inwoodi
live heautltul homes within 26u leet ot It; only a small
amount of cash required. Address W. J. Y., Herald
office.
WANTED?A 8TRONG, CLEANLY BUILT YOUNG
Horse, 15V hands, good style and action; nam*
lowest price and particulars. Address G., box 1.U86 New
York Post office.
-Tl/ANTED?A BLACK HORSE, FROM 1M TO 1|3
11 hands high, tor light wagon and saddle; must be
stylish and well bred. Apply at 201 State sk, Brooklyn.
S160 R A PLATPORM SPRINO.TOP
Wagon in best condition, suitable lor almoet
toy busyiesa 133 First street, near Jefferson, Hoboksn,
FtJBMTURH..
A A.?OB GRAAP A COCHRANE,
162 and 131 West Twenty-third i
between Sixth ami Seventh avenoM.
Walnut Library Sets 870 and upward.
Marie Antoinette Parlor Sets, $120 and npwaiG.
Turkish Chairs, $33 and upward.
Lounges spring arm, $22 and upward.
Marble top Chamber sets. $75 and upward.
Marble top Creasing Case Sets, $'JJ and upward.
Walnut Sideboards. $10 and upward.
Walnut Pillar Extension Taoles, $28 and upward.
Walnut Bookcases. $40 and upward.
Walnut Library Tables, $13 and upward.
DE ORAAP A COCHRANE. 132 and 134 West ttd St _
A -WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOB
? Furniture, Carpets and Bedding, at B. M. COW*
PEKTHWAir A CO.'s, 153 and 137 Chatham street. An
Immense stuck, and low price*.
A?39 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET?HOUSEHOLD
. Furniture of every description, Pianos, Carpets,
Matting, Mattresses, Ac.; also a (.'dickering grand
Piano, at private sale, at auction prices.
A MAGNIFICENT PARLOR SUIT. IN BLUE SATIN,
cost $830, for $230: do., ooteline, $209; do., reps, $S$|
all rnado to order. Residence 21 East Twentieth sweat,
near Broadway
A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS. FURNL
turo and Bedding, ut lowest cash prices, by weekly
Instalments, at O'FAlalKLL'S warehouse. 410 Eighth ave
nue, between Thirtieth and Tbiriy-flr.-t streets.
A?MAGNIFICENT DRAWING ROOM SUITS,
? Grande Due be use style, covered silk brocade, cost
$400, for $200; da $100, do. $40: Pianoforte, $330, includ
ing Stool and Cover; parlor, chamber, dining Furnituret
Silverware. Glassware, Ac.; a sacrifice; property family
leaving city. 36 West 13th sL, near 6th av.
A? <t> MO. L
MARK (FELL
A r
<$>
An examination of our fine stock of Parlor, Library,
Dining Room ami Chamber Suits will not fall to convince
all interested that for superior workmanship we caaaol
be excelled. Prices always the lowest
FRANK RHONKR A CO., 82 and 84 Bowery.
Manunictory. 222 to 2:0 Last 1 lilrt v-seventh street.
A SACRIFICE.?FAMILY LEAVING CITY; MAGNI
J\ fleent elided and carved saUu brocmle Parlor Suit,
cost $62.3. tor 4201; Mario Antoinette strle, $123; Prince
Arthur style, $UK); brocutvt and rep Sitting Room Butts,
$mi, $40 and $23; Carpets. 50 cents up; walnut Chamber
suit*. $35 up; Library and Dining Furniture a sacrifice.
103 weal Twenty-eighth street, near sixth avenue.
A -THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PRI.
JA . vato residence 210 West 21st St. tor sale, at a *ucrt
flee ; satin Parlor Suits, elegant Decker A Bros'. Piano
forte, Chamber Sets, with Dressing Oases; also Hedsteada
and Bureaus, hair and spring Mattresses, Turkish Suit,
library and dining Furniture, rep and hair cloth Suits,
Paintings, Bronze*. Carpets, Ac. N. 8.?Must positively
be sold. No trouble to show goods.
A T PRIVATE SALE?CONTENTS OF FIVE STORY
A brown stone mansion 120 West 23d St.?namely, Pia
noforte, Parlor .-ult. Carpet*, Mirrors, Bookcase. Tables,
Chairs, Bedsteads. Dressing Oases, Ac.: Carpets. Cham
ber suit, Bud'et, Extension Table, Ac., in lots to suit pur
chaser*.
Bedding for sale cheap?used only threm
months, complete lor 41 beds; best bair Mattresses
and feather Pillows. Blankets, sheets, Quilts, Ao. Apply
at La Pierre House. 36 Warren street
PAvm
Furniture,
Beds. Betiding, Ac.
Payments taken
by the week or month.
Terms easy.
KELLY A CO.,
corner oi Twenty-fifth street and Sixth svsWH.
(NARPETS AND FURNITURE AT THE LOWKKTCABs'
J prices; weekly or monthly payments taken.
D. A. CUNNINGHAM, 366 Third avenue,
near 3 wenty-eighth street Look out for the red sign.
FURNITURE. CARPETS AND tl DOING CHfc*lf.
lor cash, or by weekly and monthly payments, at
Hendall s old stand, Nos. 209 and 211 Hudson, corner
CannI street O. K. CANNON.
FOR SALE-?14 YARDS ENGLISH MRUMfcLB Ca?
pet; been very little used, ( all this day at 237
west TlurtT-*evenih street
VISIT CLAKKE. 747 BROADWAY, FOB FINS PUB.
nlture. Carpets, *c. N. B.?Special terms to partial
Short oi n adv cash.
WANTED-FOR CASH. FROM $73 TO $109 WORTH
oi Furniture, Includlug Carpet Addresa G. 8m
833 Eighth avenuo.
DENTISTRY.
ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS. -TKKTH F,XTRACTED|
-rt. iresh gas dally; Combination Sets, extremely light
and durable Rubber Set*. $10 <1$ Sixth avenue, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth street*. Established 34
years. __ ** BKRHakD.
A BEAUTIFUL SET OF TEETH, $3 AND 18-GUJ(
Sets, $10; warranted to lit perfectly. Teeth filled?
Bone and til ye r, 80c.. gold andjiletina, $1.
Dr. W IIITk, .39 sixtli avenue.
A FULL SET $5 TO $& CONTINUOUS GUM TEETH.
$10; single $1; warranted; extracting with gact#
cents; sliver rulings, at) conta Examine speolmeus al
262 *i*t)i avenue. Established 1B61. Remember. MR
NEW8PAPEHI.
fflHB DEVIL.?GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN'S PAFRBi

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