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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 13,812. - NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1874.-TR1PLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS?Eighth Page?Sixth column. ASTttOLUUY?Twelfth Page?Ktltt) column. Bl Ll.IAUDS? I wklith Pack? Mxth column. BOAIti'KltS WANTED?Ninth Page?Fir*t column. BOARD AMI LidgING WANTED? Ninth Page?Sec oiul column. HKOOkLt.N ItKAl. ESTATE KOlt SALE?Second Pack? First colmnu. Bl'Hl.\h.s? OPPORTUNITIES?Fifth Paok. Business Notices?>i\K.vTH Pack?Sixth column. CITY KEAE ESTATE FOB SALE?Sbcumo Pack?First column. CLKKKs and SALESMEN?Twelfth Page?Third col umn. CLOTHING?Second Pack?Sixth column. COACHMEN A.\|i LA It BENE US? Twelfth Page?Third and lourili i uIuiiiua COAL AND Wotill?Twelfth Paok?Sixth column. COASTWISE si EAMSHIP.s?Ninth Page?Fifth and sixth column.. COUNTRY Board?Nintu Page?Second and third col umn.. DEVI 1st KV ?Second Pace?sixth column. DWELI.INd HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN KUKN1SHr.U? Second Page?Third column. EUROPEAN steamships-Ninth Page?Fourth and tilth columns. EYES AND EARS?Twelfth Pack?Sixth column. EXPRESSES?KiuiiTii Page?Filth column. EXCURSION.-*?Ninth Page?sixth column. FINANCIAL?Firtu I'agv. FOR SALE?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Second Page?Third mid lourih column.. FURNITURE?Twelfth Paok?Fifth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Twelfth PAO?-Flfth column. _ HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Twelfth PAGE-Sncond columti. HELP WANTED MALES?Twelfth Page?Fourth and tilth columns. HORSES, CARRIAGES. AC ?First Page?Third, tourth, tilth and sixth colnum*. HOTELS?Ninth Page?Second column. Houses. ROOMS, AC., WAN TED?Twelfth Page? Fifth column. INSTRUCTION?Eighth Page?Fifth column. LEGAL NOTICES?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. LOAN offices?Second Page?Second column. LOST AND FOUND?First 1'age?second column. MACHINERY?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. MARBLE mantels?Twelfth Page?sixth column. MEDICAL?SECOND Page? -ixtli column. MILLIN' KY AND DRESSMAKING?First Page?Flrtt column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth Page Sixtli coiniiiii. M1SCE1.La.NEOc S?Eighth Page?Fltth column. MUSICAL?Eighth Page?Sixth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?Seventh Page?sixth column. PERSON AL?First Page?First column. PIANOFORTES, OKUANs, AC.?Ninth Page?Fourth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES? Twelfth Page?Second column. PROPERTY gut of the city for sale or to HENT?Second Page?First and second columns. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?second Page?second column. REAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Page?Second col umn. REWARDS?First Page?Second column. SALE -> AT AUCTION?Second Page?Fourth, fifth and sixth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEM ALKS-EucvKNTn Page and 1 WKLFTii Page?First column. SITUATION'S WANTED?MaLES?i welfth Page?Sea - olid and third columns. SPECIAL NOTICES?First Page?Second column. 8PORIING?OUUS, BIRDS, AC.?First Page?Second column. SUMMER RESORTS?Ninth Page?Third and fourth columns. THE TRADES?Twelfth Page?Fifth column. TLE TURF? Fib.-t Page?Third column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPURAS?Skcond Page? Third column. TRAVELLERS' ul IDE?Ninth Page?Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?Second Page?Fourth column. WANTED To PURCHASE?Second Page?Second col umn. WATCnES, JEWELRY, AC.? Eionm PAGE-Thlrd col umn. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?Second Page?First column. TACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Eighth Page?Fiftn col umn. HERALD BRANCH OFFICES?UPTOWN AND IIiilLEM. fERALD BRANCH OFFICES. H1 ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED AT ALL HOURS UP TO 9 P. M., AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITU HERALDS AT FIVE O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING, AT L265 BROADWAY AND MO 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 7:30 P. M., AND ^NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED AT FIVE O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. PARIS AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. gE89R8.~"kREMER & CO^AMk'RlCitf l^OlSfKjC YE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE *RW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL ERS WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD. AND ALSO SINGLE NUMBERS OF~TH~lS PAPER. TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. A PERSONAL. ADOPTION, 27 HORATIO STREET.?HAS TWO boys, five days old, one a blonde, other brunette; Amerlcnu; full surrender. LETTER-PROM NoThTIfcTr J ASP Kit GILBERT ?on, In General Post orllce, formerly No. 29. BLEKCKEK"lsTR E ET.-MEtT ME AT THREE To day. JOHN. (NRIPTOQRAM-PLEASE send me your address J or make an appointment. Aduresa HUGH BRAD LEY, Herald office. "bT^NOKTHERN RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY";| ? no communication with nnv of the way stations Jn that roau between 4:3J and <1:35 o'clock P. M. from eraey City; must decline the lurnished house. ADLEY?WILL COME 7M~ TRAIN -"UPPER STA tion. M. JEN'NA. D H INFORMATION WANTED?OF THE WHEREABOUTS of Ann Campbell, who arrived in New York bv the Iteainer Egypt, Tuesday, June 9. Address hor cousin, JANE McUU.nVILLE, No. 671 Dean street, Brooklyn. INF0SMA1 ION WANTED?OP MICHAEL bPELLMAN, aged 28 vcars; height, 6 feet 6 Inches; dark com plexion; a resident of the Seventh waril. New Yorx city: when last heard from was in California, has followed the sea 13 years. Any information of Ills whereabouts will be thankfully received bv his mother, Mrs. ANN SPKLLM AN, 221 South street, New York. California and Australia papers please copy. INFORMATION WANTED-OP ALEXANDER P. Brown, aged 12 years, who ran away from his home, S3 Quincy street, Boston Highlands, fuesdav, June 9: has been followed to New York via Springfield; lignt com plexion, light hair, face freckled, blue-gruv eyes; had on blue trleut short coat, blue pantaloons, white shirt; clothes much worn ami soiled : laced boots. Any infor mation that wilt lead to his whereabouts will be thank fully received by his parents. Address Police Head quarters. INFORMATION WANTED?OF MATTHEW LAWLOR, of Baltvcannon, county Wexford, Ireland. Any in formation oi Ins whereabouts will fie thankfully received by nts brother, JO.iN LAWLOR, 217 Railroad avenue, Jersey City. I~ V fIE PARTIES WH6~CAPSIZED OFF 8TATEN Island, on Saturday, wish to recover their lost prop erty. aildre ss RKSCUl.R, box 4,132 New York PostOfflCt. IF THE CARMAN WHO HELPED TO CART GOODS 1 from store on Fulton street, Saturday evening, be iween Hand 111, will send his address to 8."P. U., Herald office, lie will be liberally rewarded. JOHN FARRKLL STRAYED FROM HIS HOME ON Friday; l.nd on a calico waist, gray pants, black tap, with mr all around. Any information of tils where abouts will be thankiully received bv his heartbroken parents No. 337 East l weuty-second s.rcet. City pa lers please copy. 1ST. CLAIRE-WENT THERE, HUT COULD NOT j, see any one n ho resembled E. St Claire. Don't you think there Is u mistake somewhere' Can't you give me some address? A tew lines would probably elesr up the mystery to our mutual satisfaction. Address ROYAL, Herald Uptown Brunch office. LOTTIE HARRISON N. ?TELL WHERE YOU CAN be lotind or i shall die. _ YOUR OLD I'aPY. OTTA?FORMERLY WITlf MISS ARMSTRONG, NO. Ul, will pie.ise send her address to VaN ???????# herald Uptown Branch ofllce. ll| EMI."-HAVE RECEIVED YOUR LETTER. -lj When and whero can I meet you ? Address GEORGE, box 151 Herald otllee. _ Lawrence Howard has removed to iso West Twentv-<lxth street. Would lUe to see her Urresmuker immediately. MRS. JENNY CLAYTON, FORMERLY OF CHICAGO? An old friend wishes to see you. Address Grand Union Hotel, New Y?rk. J. GKAYllA.M. Mrs. captain"wyman, formerly of Chicago, Kurnside street?An old friend from Chicago would like to see tier. Please give address or call In person. j. obayhaM, Grand Union Hotel. M M office. piu LINE-LA ST LK IT IR DAT EI MST J U I e7~AM1 ,J8r(fSUen' ''"zzled more than ever. Address CLlh FokU, box 124 Herald Uptown Brunch ofllce. The message was omitted through mis! take, not mine. 1 was at ihe place und waited an lour touare entirely mistaken, as f will prove, so please meet me to-day (Tuesday) at eleven. Leave to Borrow evening lor several diivs, so do not write but tome. 32. The lady who received a card in the siage on Naiurdav attemoon will please address IIaT re aming ilni card or punting what was written on it to Beralu otfico. \triLL THE PRETTY" YOUNG LADY IN LIOHT ?> dress, who noticed tall gentleman In Fifth avenue ?f age vcsierdny, please add ress ADM I u e r, box 126 Herald yfllcef V\7ush 'TO HEAR or gentlkmTn wTio"TD ?> dressed a letter to a lady in Seventeenth street with interview Friday or Saturday, at tialt-pastfi o'clock.' Corner i wentieth street and Irving place. Address A. B, box lid Herald Uptown branch ofilca. RS. DAVID HENDERSON. ORMERLY OF 31 Ninth nvenue, letter at station C. o 1.1,1E HEREBY-AM OLD " F HI EN D "w I SUES T( , see you. Please send your address to AL., Herah MILLINK1IY A5fD DRESSMAKING. " ft f ME. A. BTUHKNRAUCH, 34 EAST TENTH STREET. JV1 previous to her departure tor Europe to bring home tall and winter itvies, offers an elitenslve assort UMT AND ruiNU. I OUT?ON THE 14TH INST., 4 BLACK AND WHITE J Shawl, In St. Nicholas avenue. near 125th -troct. A suitable reward '.rill lie iiaid at liM Broad street. IOST?GOING PROM DELMOWCO'H, FOURTEENTH J street, to Thomas' Curdeii.a round gold Earring, on which is engraved n Jaiuut'se design. Kinder wiil be liberally rewarded by leaving it at lis Madison avenue. IOST?'THURSDAY, IV M A DIKON AVENUE STACK, J red rocketbook ; contents useml to owner only. Re turn to W. a. P., :39 Broadway, room 4. IOST?A LIGHT 17-FOOT BOAT (DOUBLE SCULLS). J culled tlie Emma; painted yellow, black at ripe and blue top; branded "O O. Katun. Harlem B " A liberal reward will be (liven for any information wliere she can be found, or her return to E. 1'. EATON, Uurlein Bridge, mm o IOST?ON SUN OA V, ON FIFTH AVENUE, BE J tween Twenty-ninth and Forty-second streets, or on Forty -second street, between the With Avenue and St. Cloud hotels, a Diamond Flu, in the form ot a cross. A reward ol $.?> will be uuld to the tluder by applylug at ihe st. Cloud Hotel, or to F. SMYTH, 21 Nassau street, rooms 18 und 20. LOST-OR TAKEN FROM A CAB STANDING AT Redman's store. Union square, u Ku-siun Leather Han, containing hank book atui money; also a Box ot white Embroidering Silk. By returning the articles named, without the monev, to JESSUF A CO., 256 Broad way. no questions will be askeu. LOST?MONDAY MORNINO, ON BROADWAY. BK twecn Twenty-first street and Albemarle Hotel, a very small gold Ivatch and Chain; watch onen luce, Gepeva make, black enamelled back; 5 small diamonds set in hack, torm ot flower, iho tinder will receive $25 reward by returhiug same to proprietors Albemarle Do tal. LOST-ON SUNDAY EVENINO. A CAMEO BRACE let, stones pink and white; valued as the gift ot a deceased trieiul. A liberal reward will be paid for its return to 251 West Twenty-second street. I GST-A LARGE GOLD CROSS, SATURDAY AFTER. J noon ; white dalsv In centre. Kinder will be liber ally rewarded bv returning same to E. DUNCAN BMP. FEN, 130 Broadway. IOST-A SCOTCH TERRIER, HAVING A BRASS J collar with the address ot '*C. P. Kalll, No. 2 East Fortv-second street." Whoever returns hint to the above address will get $5 reward. Lost ok strayed?from the steam-hup Olvmpia, at pier 21 North River, a small Terrier Dog. gray colored. Any one returning It to the chief steward will receive $10 reward. OTRAYED AWAY?A CARRIAGE DOQ, ON THE 1ITH Co inst., marked black, white and brown; sliver collar. The tinder will please return lum to No. 24 Lexington avenue. A liberal reward will be paid. JAMES WHF.LAN, (JTOLKN?ON SATURDAY NIGHT, AT NORWALK, A O Hi-loot Sailboat, painted white: yellow deck, red ceiling and blue seats. Any Information will he liberally rewarded. W. MKsEBERG, Norwalk, conn. HEWiHin. AO RKWaRI>-KOR THE RETURN OK A RED, ?]PO curly Newloundland Dog, "Jack," lost Saturday afternoon Broadway, near Canal street. 24 University plac?._ (fcC REWARD.?LOST, FROM BUGGY, IN GOING wo NKim Brooklyn, via Grand street ferry, through Broome street, a Parcel, containing stereoscopic Views, Ac. Return to Al.LEN STEPHENS A CU!, 2j Pine street. dj-l/t REWARD.?LOST, WHITE SPITZ DOG. WITH hP-LU blue ribbon and bell. The above will be paid and no questions asked for hU return to 315 West Four teenth street, after 5 P. M. (jcift REWARD.?LOST, LAST THURSDAY. ONE OiU Package containing undergarments marked "Mrs. Myers, lb7 Liberty street." Return to SHIPMAN'S EXPRESS, 1,2711 Broadway, above Thirty-fourth street, or Ml Broadway. <>0-r REWARD.?LOST. ON SUNDAY EVENINO ?]PdZiU (supposed on Fifth avenue), a small Monogram troiu a locket; lettars "W. R. S." In rose diamonds, small rubies and sapphires. The above reward will be paid ut No. ti Kllth avenue, up to June 21). <tREWARD.?LOST, MONDAY MORNING, ON Broadway, between Twenty-first street and Albemarle Hotel, a very small gold Watch nml Chain; watch onen luce, Geneva make, black enamelled back ; 5 small diamond - set in back, iorm ot flower. Finder, on returning watch to proprietors of Albemarle Hotel, will receive above reward. 8JPECIAI. notices. A -SODA WATER, MINERAL WATERS, GINGER . Ale. sparkling Wines?Manufacture of complete outflts of Appurutus and Materials, with lull instruc tions. All departments of manufacture, bottling and dispensing; exclusive rights In desirable territory. Cat alogues tree. JOHN Mai THEWs, First avenue. Twenty slxta and Twenty-seventh streets. New York. A -CATARRH. DISCHARGE FROM NOSTRILS, ? foul breath, sore throat, cough, hawking, spitting, Ac., speedily ana effectually cured. Dr. DE KKKMEN, 4-t West Fourth street, near University place. Pamphlet sent tree. CAUTION.-ALL PEPSON3 ABE CAUTIONED against negotiating or receiving a Check drawn by me. the undersigned, on the Hartford National Bank, and indorsed by ine lor $480. Said chick was obtained without value received, and will not he Mil. JoWN FAIR MAN. (1 JOLLY'S SCOURING AND DYEING CENTRAL J? store, 828 Broadway, has removed around the cor ner, East l weltth street, between Broadway and Fourth avenue. Uptown store. 1.204 Broadway (Gllsey House); Downtown store 157 Fulton street. Divorces a specialty, -a lawyer, who has made this brancli of his profession a study for sev eral years and whose success In that branch of the piac tlce warrants him In adopting the same exclusively, will take cases of that character without retaining fee; pay ment for services contingent upon success. No sham or so-called ex parte divorces, without publicity, Ac., ob tained. Address LEX. Herald office. Headquarters of cooes and pastry cooks of the Metropolitan Culinary Association, 440 sixth [ avenue. Havana lottery. Drawing?Class 926?June IS, 1874. The following numbers have drawn the respoctlvo Rilzos :? o. 6.1)16 SlijdCOQ No. 28,661 50,001) No. 15.679 25,Oil J No. 6 431 10,000 No. 8,537 5.00J No. 29.253 5,000 J. B. MARTINEZ A CO., bankers. Post office box 4,685. 10 Wall street. New York. Henry a. daniels. m. d., 144 Lexington ave. nue.?special attention to the diseases of middle aged inon. Book ot 30 Discuses mailed for 25 cents. Havana lottery.?free information and circulars given and sent. Address J. B. MAR TINEZ A CO., bankers, 10 Wall street, New York. Post office box 4,635. AVANA AND HERMAN GOVERNMENT DRAW ings ?Information given and price lists furnished. THEObOK zscuocu, 116 Nassau street, New York. Lock box 5.694. IF YOU ARE GOING TO THE COUNTRY OR SEASHORE, THE EVENING TELEGRAM, WITH ALL THE NEWS, WILL BE SENT TO YOUR ADDRESS FOR 60 CENTS PER MONTH. PoSTAOK PREPAID AT THE PUBLICATION OFFICE, NO. 2 ANN STREET. Kentucky state lottery.-foh circulars address the managers, SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Covington, Ky. MIN RAL SPRING WATERS, 860 BROADWAY, COR ner ol Seventeenth street and Union square.?Vichy, Seiters. Klssl.igen, Carlsbad. Congress, llathoru, Ac., shipped in cases ot tour dozen pints. The Mineral Springs in Central Park open each day at sunrise. CA?I, U. sCllt'LTZ. RS. CHANNING'S MAGNETIC MEDICAL 1NSTL tute. 111 East Ninth street, near Second avenue. NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY.?A SPECIAL meeting will be held at the library, on Tuesday evening. June 16, at 3 o'clock. Emerson W. Keves, Esn., will read a paper on "The Savings bank in New York." OFFICE Op THE NATIONAL BOLIVIAN NAVIGA tlon Company, No. 01 Liberty street?New York, .1 line 6. 1371. ? i lie nnniiul meeting of this cotnpain will be held at the office ol the company, on Tuesday, the 16th inst., at 12 M., lor the election ol directors and such other buainets as may legally come lielore the meeting. WM. II. REYNOLDS, Secretary. OFFICIAL DRAWINGS tie' KKNIUCKY STATE LOT terles.? kintucit. utrj class 2>?jure 15, ib7l 78, 27, 51, 38. 75, 67, 53, 57 , 56, 9, 45, 23, 17, 63. KENTUCKY. CLASS 26?JUNE 15, 1874. 33, 62, 30. 75, 37, II. 34. 9, 38, 47, 1, 55, 7, 41, 7a IBEI.Or, EXTRA CLASS 2sl? JUNE 15, 1874. 6, 39, 14, 22. 6.6, 73. 67 . 3. 30 , 41, 56. 44, 60, $ SHELBY, CLASS 282?JUNE 1.3, 1374. 61. 19, 65, 10, 5, 29, 3 64. 02, 65. 73 72, 42, 69, 69. Address./. CLUTE. Post office box 4,969, New York city. PAMAOK TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE a,ND limits on England and Ireland at very lowest rates. Exchange of money. KONITZKi A HEQF.RFELDT, 114 Broadway. Royal Havana l?ittery.-capital prizes per cahie of the drawing of June 13 (Class 926):? No. 9.615 drew SlOO.OilO No. 28.064 drew 60.000 No. 16,679 drew 2.5.0OU No, 5,431 drew ID.OUO No. 6,387 drew 5,000 No 29,258 drew 5,000 Prizes cashed. Circulars ot lull Information furnished tree. Established In liv. TAYLOR a CO., Bankers, Post office bos 4,443. II Wall street. New York. ^inn -royal Havana lottkrv-of ipIUutUuU. flci.il drawings on (lie: $450,000 cash gilts; circulars, with lull particulars, sent free. Address P. C. DEVLIN, Stationer and General Agent, 30 Liberty street. <fc?7Q nnn IN LEGALIZED KENTUCKY STATE tpolOiuUU Lottery.?official drawings on file. Business established 3d years. For circulars address BALKY A CO., box 4.344 Post office, New York. ?PORTING?DUG4E, Bliios, <*C.^ A ?FOE SALE. ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOOS, . Birds, Ac.; Medicines lor all diseases: prepared Food lor mocking birds. At B. G. DOYEY'S, No. 3 Greene street, near Grand. Francis butler, no. ? peck slip, has all the choice breeds ot Dogs. Butler's iufalllble Mange Cure mid Flea Exterminator, 75c. butler's New Work, $2. Medicines lor all Diseases. LIOR SALE-A PAIR OF VIRGINIA FAWNS. TO BE r won atURtDLhY A coffin s, 37 Maiden lane. TU8T IMPORTED?8 SCOTCH AND SEYBS, 1 BLUE. y very small; tor breed and beauty can't be beet; I fiiee* and inn, leant 4 pound* 1 will be ehown t?r breed ?M the Tiar. ^ At Fleetwood i?ark ji nk meeting, I7tli, 19th and 23d. FIRST DAY. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17. PURSE >o. I?lor Horses iliai have never beaten 2:21; $550 to first. iM to tecetid .ni l ?150 to third. Win. Lorell enters ti. a- Burnet Kellv. Charles S. ilreen enters br. it Young Bruno. James Doltgrcy enters b. v Joker. Iiun Mace enters ell. ?? Triumph George N. Ferguson enters w. a. Crown Prince. SAME DAY. PURSE No. 2?13D0, tor llorses that liuvc never beaten 2:41; $1.50 lo Mrs'. $100 to second and Si J to third. Win. M. Brook enters s. in. l.i/.zl? Adams. F. treise enters s. a. Jim Coylo. Abe strouse enters b. in. Careless <;irl. B. Wilson enters eh. a. W. II. Burr. W. C. Tremble enters s. a. Mountaineer. A. McDonald enters b. g. Toronto. C. II. Simmon* enters b. a. <;iiestou. SECOND DAY (Fit I DAY), JUNE 19. PURSE No. 3?$500. lor horses that have never beaten 2:29; $250 lo iho first. $1.10 to the second. S10j to third. Win. C. Tremble enters b. g. Commodore. Dan Mace enters ?. s. Carroll. C. W. Mitchell enters b. a. (ieorae H. Mitchell. W. E. Weeks enters g. g. Tanner Boy. II. Casey enters oik. m. Ludy Hvron. BaME 1)aY. PURSE No. -l?tidi), lor horses that have never beaten 2:31: $2n0 to the first. $160 to the second. $5J to taa third. John Murphy enters b. in. Eady Trimble. Jumes Dougro enters a. u. Ben Smith. B. Wilsons enters b. in. Carrie. P. Mauee enters b. m. Bessie B. M. Whipple enters a. s. Cruv Dan. W. E. Weeks enters br. in. Walaron Maid. Michael Roaers enters br. in. Belle of Vermont. A. Puttersoit enters br. s. Mauhattan. TUESDAY, JUNE 23. PURSE No. 5-93,SCO, free tor all. Budd Doble enters b. in. (iohlsmith Maid. Dan Mace enters eh. a J mine FuUertou. SAME DAY. PURSE No. f>?9500, tor horses that have never beaten. 2:31: 2250 to the tirst. $150 to the second, 2100 to the third. Dan Pttler enters br. s. Daniel Boone. John Murphy enters b. m. Lady Dolman. James Duuarey enters a. a. Ben Smith. Will am C Tremble euters br. in. Lauty Fisk. Dun Mace enters g. in. Heather Bloom. C. W. Mitchell enters h. a. (ieorae H. Mitchell. W. E. Weeks enters a. a. Tanner Boy. A. Patterson enters br. s. Manhattan. J. chuinbers enters b. in. Molsey. (Ieorae N. Ferguson enters b. in. Miss Miller. All the above races to he mile heats, best three In Ave. in harness. to bo uoverned by the rules ot the National Association, trotting to commence at 3 o'clock. When there are eight or more horses in tho race the distance will be 150 yards. Admission to the Held and arand stand, 92: Club House hudae indorsed by members, 92 extra. Horse cars leave llurlem Bridge ouch day ot the races every 10 minutes, direct lor the Park. Trams leave Forty-second street depot at 11:10 A. M.. 1 o'clock and 2:'0 P. M. JAMES DATEK, President. William 11. Van Cott, Superintendent. A-fir-t running mketino of the FLEETWOOD PARK ASSOCIATION. THREE DAYS' RUNNING. The Fleetwood Association oilers the tollowlna purses, to be run tor over their track June 25, 26 and 27;? FIRST RACK FIRST DAY-JUNK 25. Purse of $300, dash of three-quarters of a mile, for all ages. SECOND RACE. Merchants' Hotel purse of 9500, for all ages, mile heats. THIRD RACE. Purse of $400?Hurdle race over eight hurdles, two miles, welter weights. SECOND DAY?JUNE 26. FIRST RACK. Sturtevnnt House Sweepstakes?Dash of two miles. 925each, play or pay, for ull uacs; $600 added; $100 to second, 950 to third. SECOND RACE. Purse of 9400?Selling race; 1>4 miles; three year olds; the winner to be sold for 91.00U; if to be sold for 9750, allowed 5 lbs.; 9'>00, allowed lu lbs. Any surplus over stated price to go to second horse. THIRD RACE. Purse 9SU0?Mile heats, ull ages: catch weights. THIRD DAY?JUNE 27. FIRST RACE. Purse of $400?One and u half mile dash for all ages. SECOND RACE. Hoffman House Purse of $500. mite heats, for all ages; winning horse of mile heat race first day to carry pen alty of 5 lbs. THIRD RACE. Hurdle Race Purse ot 9500, mile heats, over four hurdles, welter weights; $75 to second, 925 to third. Entries to close Wednesday, June 17. utSo'clock P. M., at Johnson Brothers' Poolroom, corner Twenty-eighth street and Broadway, or at the Park, and declarations to be made at tour o'clock the day previous to the race. The rules of the American Jockey Club to govern In all cases. Entries to Purses?Five per cent entrance mottev to go to second horse. Entrance to hurdle ruce free tor all; four to enter out ol different stables ana three to start. In case of unpleasant woather the ruces will commence June 26. WM. H. VAN OOTT, Superintendent A' MERICAN JOCKF.Y CLUB. SPRING RACES, 1874, at JEROME PARK, SATURDAY. 6th, TCE8DAY, 16th, WEDNESDAY. 10th, THURSDAY. 18th, SATURDAY, 13th, SATURDAY. 20tll, days of June. < Race* commence each day punctually at 3 o'clock P. M. A. BELMONT, President. C. Wbsatlt, Secretary. , J^RERFOOT DRIVING PARK. SUMMER MEETING. $2,400 In premiums. July r, 8. 9 and 10. FIRST DA.i?TUESDAY, JULY 7. Ho. 1.?PURSE $3i*), for horses that never beat 9 #0. Mo. 2.?PURSE $300, for horses thai never beat2:36. SECOND DAY?WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. No. 3.?PURSE $300, for horses that never beat 2:12. No. 4.?PURSE $300, for horses that never beat 2:33. THIRD DAt?THURSDAY, JULY u. No. 6.?PURSE $30(), for horses that never beat 2:33. No. 6.?PURSE $400, for horses that never beat 2:2& FOURTH DaY-FkIDaY, JULY 10. No. 7.?PL'RSE $200, for double teams that never beat 2:40 single. No. 8.? PURSE $100, for all horses that never beat 3:10. CON 1)1 f IONS. All of the above races will be mile heats, best 3 in ft, to harness, except Purse No. 7, anil will be strictly con ducted under the rules of the National Association as amended February 4, 1374, and all entries must be made in strict accordance therewith In all neats where eight or more start. The distance will be 130 yards. Any horse ruled out will not he entitled to a premium. Entries will clo e at T. B. Johnson's, Tweniy-clghra street and Broadway, on Thursday, July 2, at 9 P. M. All communications to be addressed to William Mc Mahou. at the above address, or at Deerfoot Part Hotel. Coney Island road. WILLIAM McMAIION, Proprietor. JEROME PARK RACES, June 6.10,13,18,18 and 20. Special trains, with cars reserved tor ladles, will leave Orand Central depot on above days at 1:30 and 2 P. M., returning alter the races. Excursion tickets 40c. C. M. BISSC.LL, Superintendent. ADIE8' STAKES TO-DAYAT JEROM E PARK.?TO morrow Major BARKER'S (treat regular horse sale, at corner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street. Sale promptly at 11 A. M. PROSPEOT PAREPAIR GROUNDS-WEDNESDAY, June J7, 3 o'clock; good dav and track; sweepstakes, $100; mtle heats, 3 in 5, to wagons. Owner's b. g. Plumber Boy. Owner's br. g. Eastern Boy. Owner's s. g. Di.xey. GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. PROSP EC T PAR K Fa lit O RO UN DS, T U E 8 DAY, June 16, 3 o'clock.?Good day and track; match $100; mile heats, three in five, to wagons. It. Fletcher names b. in. Love; Thomas Jackson names b. g. Mystery, carrying It. Fletcher's weight. GEORGE W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. POOLS SOLD THIS EVENING AT JOHN80N'B, 1,187 Broadway, corner Twenty-eighth street, on the Trotting Races at Fleetwood Park. J. B. JOHNSON. UT1CA PARK ASSOCIATION. Meetings Season of 1374. Spring Running Meeting, June 21, 23, 26. Extra Trotting Meeting, July 3, 4. Ouadrlluterul Trotting Meeting, August II, 12,13, 14. Fall Running Meeting (probable), September IS. 16. 17. Central New York Fair, Running and Trotting. October 5 to If, inclusive. E. T. WRIGHT, President. B. B. gFt-niax, Secretary. HORSES, CARRIAGES, diC. A? MAJOR C. W. BARKER'S . GREAT REGULAR SALE OF TROTTERS AND ROADSTERS. FAMILY AND WORK HOMES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, AC. TOMORROW, TO-MORROW. AT 11 O'CLOCK, 11 O'CLOCK, AT BARKER'S CITY AUCTION MART ANl> N Y. TATTER8ALL'S, CORNER OF BROADWAY AND THIRTY-NINTH ST. For catalogue see Horse column in to-morrow's Herald. Ahorse (Warranted sound and kinoi and Cart lor sale, or will exchange for a lighter Horse, at 43 Peck slip. A -SECOND HAND CARRIAGES?ONE JUMP SEAT, ? cltv made, price $173. Three top Wagons. One Coupe. In good order; price, $200. Aline ol new Basket Phaetons. JAS. s. KEAL A CO., Broadway, near Forty-fourth st. A" VERY FINE CITY MADE SIDE BAB TOP Wagon ; used one month; sold on account of closing an estate. Inquire ol Mr. JONES, Moore's Stables, 226 und 228 Sixth street, near Bowery. A -FOR SALE" BEAUTIFUL FAMILY TEAM OF , Horses. 16 hands high. 6 years old; warranted sound and kind; also Brewster top Wagon, Brewster Clarence. Nos. 3 and 3 West Thirteenth street. T. E. GORDON. A SECOND HAND DOCTOR'S WAGON FOR SALE cheap ; also one Kockawav; a.l la perfect order. To he seen at CLARKE'S stable.'si Third street. FOUR PASSENGER PONY PH AETON, WITH canopy, in perfect order. Is offered cheap at 136 West Thtr t> first street. A CHOICE OF TWO VERY FINE RELIABLE young family and road Horses . also a top Buggv and Harness, can be had, bv applying immediately, at a very low price, at stable 221 West Flttv third street, or to owner, M Uroa iwav, room 3. ?FOR SALE, A SIDE BAR TOP, NEARLY NEW, , cltv built, also two Horses, Ht for family or busi ness; to be sold at a sacrifice; must be sold. Inquire at 91 unity street. ?FOR BALK?A VERY HANDSOME BAY PONY, . suitable for a lady or children ? atraid of nothing; perfectly reliable : sound and kind ; together with a ponv Phaeton and set of Pony Harness, Blanket, Knbo and Whip; turnout complete. Inquire of the foremau 131 Weal Thirty-tilth street A?TO LET. THE FINK8T HOR8 K s A N D WAGONS ? In the cltv, single anil double teams; also small Ponies und Phaetons tor Indies; very stylish and nobby, at the Waverley Stables, 147, 149 and l?3l West iinrty tilth street. ?SOLD TO PAY KRKPINO, ONB POWERFUL . blind truck Horse. Call, until sold, at 207 West Nineteenth street. A~~ HANUS<)ME,~STYLISH 0ARRUOK TEAM, CEOS* match, 15yt hands high. 7 venrs old; warranted sound ano kind ; fast und enduring travellers. Address M. V. B , box 164 Herald Uptown Brant n office. -fob SALE, A$ I 4)1 going abruadTw'ill ? dispose of, at ? vary low figure, a very extra light shitting tea lids bar Road Wagon, with Polo and sham. a" ?"u, HOttMUS. CAiittl/VOBS. <KC. A -.SPEED, 8.YLE, K LEG A N'CK AND BEAUTY. GE.NUlNi. WARRANTED SPEED. THE SPECIAL ATTKN I'lON OK Gi.NTLEMKX IS CALLED TO Till', (lit EAT. HIOHl.V IMPORTANT AND POSITIVE SALE ItV PUBLIC VUCIIUN IlIIS l?AV (TUESDAY JINK 10, AT STABLE NO. 43 GREAT JONES STREET, AT 10'j O'CLOCK PROMPT, i uu-isliug ul all tlie jfrttit HnU iu<t trolling road nid luntllv Mock ui two private gentlemen: one a prominent broker anil sporting gentleman, who is seriously cut barrasscl anil compelled to sell hi, entire line *toc? by auction anil realize immediately. Team ill extra handsome, flue and high brail brown road unit family Mures. about MS high. omid li ve.ir* old; iiiuii'd to perfection and drive, act and sti le together like one horse. have no vices, tricks, I nulls or lilemisbes. c ill be driven by a latly to steam ears with safetv: are intelli gent. handy, sale, reliable and tust: uo finer driving team or prettier lur either gentleman or lady's road or tsillily use exi-t: can trot a 2-..SI gait together with slack reins; equally good single; wariauted sound and kind; were purchased expressly fur lady's use. by whom they have been used. Cross mated team of fast und fine Trotters, jet black and chestnut. 15'. hl.li. 7 and S years old; are extra stylish, tine, free, easy, pleasant and game drivers, highly bred; 110 (liter, richer appearing, better gulled or luster team oil road; eun trot in 2 nil together; any ama teur can drive them. either single or double; aie war runted sound und kind. The flnust large dark dapple gray Kentucky bred l; hi hands high, 7 years old ; elegant, ex Ilorse in the oily; ? trii stylish driver, tine broken -adler; no vices or tricks, tearless of locomotive, tine traveller, with perfect knee action; war runted sound and kind; an elegant, rich, sensible and urave horse; a prize lor any gentleman or family to possess. Cherry bay coupe Horse, 16,'J hands high, and the handsomest cuu.ie or match horse for a carriage pair that can oe seen In the market: long, arched neck, line looks, the whole appearand) blooded und finished: 6 years old; one of a pair that cost $2,cJJ; his mate dtca ; is warranted sound and kind. The last and due young trotting mare WOONSOCKKT MAID, sired by Dan el Lambert, dam by Hauiblctouiun, Jul MM high. 6 year* old ; raised bv Autos Johnson. In inont, where she trotted lust June, receiving second place and money, beaten only by half a length lit 2:33, which leaves her without puhlic record; she wits then purchased bv present owner, who has rouded her care fully since; about tour weeks ago Iter owner gave her a "al t ~ ' - - - trial m Prospect Park to 123 pound road wagon in 2:39; she can always heat 2:35, and in train can show 2:30; Is elegant driver, well bcheiived, steady, pure gaited unJ retluuie, and one ol the ttnest proportioned luares tor speed, wltn tine strong eordy limbs and n et, nnd rugged and hardy constitution; hus the appearance und torin of the genuine trotter ; it warranted sound and kind. Also, last and flue let oUck trotting .Marc, tohi high, 5 years old, stred by tleneral Knox: handsome, pure, gen teel und extra promising; wus never trained except roud driving and is warranted to show 2:40 now; Is stylish, tree, easy ami pleasant driver: a perfect roadster, warranted sound anil kind Also two line young blood bnv Trotting and Koad l bv Volunteer, 15), aiul I.V., high, one 5 Mures, both sired I the other 0year*old; the one was raised by Mr. Lowc , Brooklyn ; are both elegant and blooded in appearance; tine and prompt drivers; extra tine and genteel road sters; either run heat 2:45 und promise well; either eun be driven bv it lady. Also u handsome nnd flue lady's or child's I'onv, 13 high, 6years old ; sale for lady or child to ride, drive or handle; tine traveller; wurrauied sound and kind. Also one I.nnd,inlet, one Dog Cart, two Brewster top Wagon*, Waterman Trotting Wagon, Pony Phaeton, two sets of double and throe ol single Harness, all by Diins comb; elegant Kersev summer and dress .Suits, Ac., Ac.; ui) the wagons and harness are first class, city makers and In flue order, such us any gentleman would desire. N. H.?This sue is absolute and positive: no limits, restrictions or by bidding, as all must positively be solii and lull and responsible warranty given, hale positive, regardless of weather, ut 10)? prompt. JOHN 1,. VAN UK WaTKR, Auctioneer. -IMPORTANT AND POSITIVE SALE, BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON TUESDAY, (THIS DaY) JUNK Hi, at 11 O'CLOCK, ?T STABLE NO. 3 NE1LSON PLACE (MERCER ST.), BETWEEN WAVERLY AND CLINTON PLACES, AND KEAIt OK THE NEW YORK HOTEL, BY JENKINS A DUKE, AUCTIONEERS, OF THE FAST AND E LEO ANT STOCK OK HORSES, CARHIAOE S HARNESS, ROHES, BLANKETS, AC., o'E A. B. KAbCLI HE,' ESQ.' L.S PEP. STEAMER RUSSIA KC WHO SAILS PEP. sTEAMER RUSSIA FOB EUROPE, including the lieitutnul and fust hay Mare, 15 2,'j hands high, 5 years old 2d day of June, and was sired uv Rys dlck'M llutnbletonlaii, ilam by Peursatl horse, mill raised on Long Island; she could heat three minutes when hut three ycurs old; was broken and trained by Mingo, und he pronounced her the best eolt that lie hud ever handled; she is in rv'.ur a heautllul cherry buv, witti long Hewing tail and mane; sue bus flue, smooth limbs, good sound tect: is stylish and honest; wliei; in conipunv can trot to end ol rou-i anil can speed a 2:40 gait; she can trot u mile better than 2:50 on any good track, and is warranted round uud ktml in all harness and can be driven by anyone. Also a last and llucly bred hay Gelding. 15T, hands high and ti years old. and was sired bv the famous stallion tleneral Knox, dum by George M. lutclieii. General Knox is also the sire ot Cantors, with record of Lady Maud, with record oi 2:2214, luurili heat at 5 vein s old; Plato, with record ol'2:27L, and numerous otner very last ones. This gelding has all the endurance of his sire. finely built, and can trot now better than 2:(u; has trotted four heats all msiilo ol 2:13: he Is an extra lino and rugged road horse; hus a bold uud slashing guit: he is a reliable gemlcinuii's road horse; afraid ol no cars or anything else, nnd it proper care is taken ol him he will trot down well tn the twenties in a short time; lie is wur runted sound and kind und tree from vice, trick or fault. Also n flue and handsome bay lluuibletonian Mare, M& hands high, 7 yeurs old ; was sired by Kysdick's Hamblc tonlau. dam it Bellfoundcr mare; was bred bv Jacob smith, ut Orango county, and showed, when 4 years old. a mile in 2.49. she can now beat 2:40, and Is a periect pet ol owner's family; can be driven to height of speed by any one; she is an extra pole mare; Is honest and well behaved In all harness, and a more intelligent mare is seldom, lr ever, lound . she hat all black points, with u star in taoe. with lull, heavy maue and tail, and war wuitcd soonri .it kind. Also handsome uud blooded sorrel Gelding, lite hands, 6years old; sired by Kentucky Clay, dam by I'Tlot, and is, without any exception, one of the finest road horses In the State; he has tine action and gi eut endurance; Is a bold aud fearless driver; can boat 2:50 to top wagon, and has never been trained to develop his speed; ne can lie driven by a lady; he is finely proportioned and goes la great style, and as a gentleman's road or family horse stands unsurpassed; lie Is warranted sound and kind. Also one of the fiuest gentlemen's road or trac t Horses in the State; he is 15t? hands high, 8 years o'.d ; was sired by Gold Dust, dam by Kentucky Hunter; he is in color a deep sorrel, with lull mane and tall; is a straight, prompt uud level trotter; makes no mistakes when in company; can pull a road wagon in 2:35 and can speed u 2 25 gait; he is well kuowu on road and i'ark and is verv seldom bent; he has no public record, having never trotted for money; trotted at Nurrngansett Park last spring, owner driving a private trial, in 2:31Si, when owner reiused a largo sum ot money lor him, and would not part with him now it he was positive when he would return; he is warrantua sound and kind and must be seen to be appreciated. Also a beautiful mahogany bay trotting Mare, 15J? hands high, 8yeursold; was sired by Henry B, Pate hen, dam a Slay Day Mure: was raised in Somerset couutv, N. J., by John Wallers and toos premium at State l air tor extra beauty and speed in 1870; she then trotted a full mile in 2:13; she can lieut 2:40 now; has Hill, flowing inane and tail; strong, sound and museuiar limbs; great endurance; can trot tier 17 miles in the Hour; owuer has otten driven her from Glenwood. Westchester county, to Kortv-second street inside ot 50 minutes; she isnn extra line family beast, and is warranted sound and kind. Also a flue and last bay Gelding, 15>? hands high, 7 years old and sired by .Magna Charta, dain an Abdullah mare, with record ol 2:21 >4, known us the Coles mare; he was raised at Kalamazoo, Mich., anil trotted a mile oil track at that place in 2:33; he has improved in speed since ami can trot now In 2:35; no has tine limbs, sound feet, great style und action, docile and gentle in stable or harness; he is warranted sound and Kind. Also fine and last sorrel Mare, 15)1 hands high. 7 years old this spring; was sired by Old Trustee; dam the cele brated Connor mure ; was sired and raised at hast Ches ter, and trotted last spring, at White Plains, a lull mile and repeat in 5:16; she can pull a road wugon in 2.40 and ?is as line gaited u trotter as goes the road; she is very powerfully gaited, a great pole horse, and a finer voting trotter is not to be lound; she is warranted souod and kind. N. B.?The above horses have ail been driven in single and double harness and arc superior roudsters. Carriages consist 01 one Coupe Kocleeway, pole and shafts; u bcautilul extension top park Phaeton, pole and shafts; also Pony Phaetons, top and open light road and trotting Wagons, Skeletons and Sulkies; single and double Harness, Blankets, Holies, Whips, Ac. N. B.?The above stock will bo on exhibition at stable as above nt all times prior to sale, where parties can litt\e tlio opportunity offered them ol examining and as certaining lull particulars. Persons in search of some thing really tine ana reliable should not fail to avail themselves of this opportunity as they will be lully war ranted as represented, und. u not found to be so, pur chaser can return and monevs will be rctunded. Sale positive, rain or shine, to highest bidder, without limit, restriction or RESERVATION. SAL1. COMMENCES PROMPTLY AT II o'clock. 4 -MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. i\. EXECUTOR'S SALE OK THE ENTIRE highbred trotting stock ol the lute JaMES M. WATEKBUKY, Esq., n Eiwood (Ulx Hills), Centreport station, on the Long Island Railroad, 011 FRIDAY, JUNE it), AT ONE O'CLOCK, and comprising BAY MAKE BY VERMONT llA.MBcETO.MAN. dam by Narrngansett, 15'., high, 8 lears old; very speedy. BAY .MARK FULL ,-lSTEK TO above, 15V* high, 9 years old ? has trotted In 2:41). BAY FfLLY 001 BV Manhattan out of Number One, 4 years old" BAY FiELY GOT BY GUY MILLER out of Number Two. S vears old. BAY FILLY GOT BY CARL BURR'S Kimball Jack son out of Number Two, 5 years old; trotted when lour years old in 2:52 without training. BAY MARE, PEDIGREE UNKNOWN, in foal by Schuyler Colfax; can boat 3 minutes. CHANCE COLT, 5 YEARS old; good driver and fast SORREL GELDING OOT bv Uolddust, 1SJ? high, 7 years old; very speedy. Sale positive. No postponement. A -LIGHT CARRIAGES AND HARNESS. ? Fine assortment 01 first class work. Park and Pony Phaetons, Roekaway. Depot and Road Wagons, direct iroiti builders and at less than manutacturers' prices. Large stock ot hana tnade Harness, cheap. Elegant assortment of Robes, sheets. Whips, Dusters, Ac., all ut prices that can't be beat. WE MEAN UU"INESS. TUFTS' Waroruonis. 53 Liberty street. A -30 SECOND HAND CARRIAGES TAKEN' IN . exchange; Phaetons. Depot Wag,.its. Coupes. Ba rouches, t lurences, Drags. Buggies, Ac.; shop-worn Lan dauiet, worth 91,300, for SI.200. i^___ _ HAM'S, 10 East Fourth street A TEAM OF MARES. ABOUT 14 HANDS. SOUND, kind and smart, good in harness and under saddle, lor sale cheap er exchange for carriage Horse, about 16 hands, or tor light six-seat Roekaway 111 good order. 536 i'earl street. TWO SEATED BEARDS LEY PIIAhTO.N AND double Harness, nearly new, for salo at LEAD BKTVElt'S stables, 659Seventh avenue, above Furty-fltth atrcet A FEW MORE LEFT OF THOSE CELEBRA1BD top Wagons, my own make, selling ut the low price Ol$3UUeach. ISAAC EOCIvWOOD. corner of Third avenuo and 127th street A N OLD ESTABLISHED LIVERY STABLE FOR J\. sale: locution unsurpassed; Arst class trade; well known; extensively patronized; long lease: enterprising party rare in vestment- sacrifice. ?SlMl.Ks' .store Ageucv, No. 7 Murray street. A BTYI.ISH PAIR BLOOD BAY (NO WHITE) Horses; can trot itiaide tour minutes; young, sotpd and gentle; work single or double; tlrst class sa Idle, coupe or phaeton horses- warranted in every particular and will be sold tor half value, single or together. 146 West Thirty-second street. ______________ A -NEW TOP BU0GIB9, |175i ROCRAWaYB, t. Open Buggies, giuu; Park ana '6; BOCK A WAYS, 9160; wasp? HORSES, CWIIKIAGKS, OiC. AT AUCTION THIS DAY, BY JY VA > TA.-8KLL A KEARN KV, AUCTIONEERS UllCCessoi'S Id Johnston A Van Tatar 11.) HORSE AMI CARRIAGE AUCTION MART, 110, 112 AND lit T AST I II 11!THE NTH STREET, NEAR FOURTH AVENUE. REGULAR SALE OK HOUSES AND CARRIAGES EVERY II ESDAY AN1) KR1DAV. Twenty-lour to lorty-eight hours given to purctiaters to to --I warrantees. CATALOG EE OK Till- HAY1- (TUESDAY'S) SALE, AT II O'CLOCK. CROSS MATCHED I'KAM. BLACK AND CREAM colored Hornet. I.'i?., hands lii-'ll. 7 yearn old ; luminal true in all harness; tree from vhe: nut traveller*; very ityllfli; tear nothing; an excellent lainilv team and warranted sound; al-o -el Harness and tll'TOKlA, IN GOOD OltDEIt, BEILT BY BREW'S, ter A Co., oi Bruotue street. TEAM HAY HORSES. I5*? HANDS HIGH, 9 AND ID years old: kind and true in all harno**; Tree Trom vice: good Haveners: Iree and stylish drivers; have been used bv a private lanuly and soi l onlv ior want of use. 'ELEGANT CLOSE COACH, in GOOD ORDER, KOR merlv the nroprrtv ol the lute Emperor Napoleon. BLACK HORbE, 15 HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD; kind and true in all harue-s; tree from vice: superior under saddle; a last traveller; tears notblmr; a very superior horse for ladies or children'* use; warranted sound : also set ol Harness, and KRi.NCII PHAETON, WITH RUMBLE SEAT. DERBY CART, NEARLY NEW, Bl'lLT BY J. B. Brewster A Co. cros> matched team, gray horse and bay Mare, 15Ut hands hltth. (land 8 .years old; kind and true in harness; free irom nee; can trot better than 3 min utes; are an extra tine road team uud warranted sound; al-o set ol Harness, and VICTORIA. IN GOOD ORDER, BL'ILT BY J. B. Brewster A Co. THE CELEBRATED RUNNING STALLION HARRY Hooth, sired by Isexmgtnn. dam Blonde; is hands high, I-' years old; a tlrst class race, saddle or stock hur.'C; was winner of the hurdle race at Jerome Park, miles, over 6 iturdles, in 3 minutes ami 25 seconds, beating Underwood, Lobelia, Tycoon and Imported Be rogue. ELEGANT BASKET PHAETON, WITH RUMBLE se at one ol the tlncst ever built. HAY HORSE, 16 HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD; kind ami true In all harness: tree from vice; very styl ish; haa been used bv a privute faintly for coupe driving; sold on acci-iiiu of owner going abroad, and warranted sound. TWO-WHEELED DOG CART, IN PERFECT ORDER; built at Manchester. England. PARK PHAETON, BUILT BY BREWSTER A CO., OF Broome street. PONY ESTABLISHMENT.?BLACK PONY, 13 HANDS j high, 9 years old: kind and true in all hat ttess; irec from wee; good under suddle; has been used by ladles and children; also set Hurne-s ami hiidren; also set Humes and NO TOP PHAETtlN, BUILT BY WITTY. SORREL HORSE, THOROUGH BRED, SIRED BY Censor, 15Vt hands high, coming ti years old ; kind and true in all harness: superior under saddle; free from vice; very stylish; won a race at Jerome Park in 1:43 uml Is a iree ami pleasant driver. TOP ROAD WAGON, BUILT BY BREWSTER A CO., of Broome street. BROWN HORSE, 10 HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD; kind and true In till harness: tree trom vice; very stylish ami handsome; a tree and pleasant driver; u tlrst class coupe or I'umily carriage hof.-e. und warranted sound. ROCK AW AY, NEARLY NhW. brown mare, lv.j hands high, in years old; kind and true In all harness; tree from vice; a first class roadster: tro'.s in 3 mtnuics, ami a tine faiuilv horse. NO TOP WAGUN, t.UILT BY DUSENBURY A NKL sou. H AY PONY, 11'a HANDS HIGH, 8 YEARS OLD: KIND uud true in all harness and under -addle: ireelroin vice; an excellent poltv Tor children ; ulso set Harness and NO TOP PONY PHAETON. BLACK HORSE. 16'., HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD: kind and true In all harness; tree trom vice; a superior work horse and warranted sound. BAY HORSE, 111 HANDS H1UH. 7 YEARS OLD: kind and true in all harness: free trom vice; u first class worker and warranted sound. CHESTNUT HORSE, id.1-, HANDS HIGH, 8 YEARS old ami a good worker. ??SEVERAL OTHER HORSES. DESCRIPTION TIME of sale. Seven top Road Wagons. No top Road Wagons, by best city makers. Three Barouches. Depot Wagons, top and no top. Rockaways Victorias, Coaches, Ac., Ac. SALE COMMENCES AT 11 O'CLOCK. Auction house of arch, johnston (laie Johnston A Anil Tusscll), I DOWNTOWN OFFICE, 51 LIBERTY STREET (Tults' Carriage Warerooms). >6 I THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OK OUR HOUSE o Is REMOVED to the SPACIOUS premises t I 19 TO 25 THIRTEENTH STREET, S5 I NEAR UNIVERSITY PLACE. S SALES OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES ARE HELD C I EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, AT It) O'CLOCK. I Hie business will be conducted on precisely the same strict nud honorable principles which have always characterized the dealings of our house and won the respect and confidence ot the business com munity as well as the public at large. THK STAMP < K Ol'it HOI HE IS RELIABILITY. CATALOGUE OK TUia DAY'rf (TUESDAY'S) SALE. ELEGANT PARK TURNOUT?Team dart bay Pontes, 14 hands high, C and 7 years old; gentle and true iu ail harness; free,styllsn drivers; not atrald ot locomotive or anything else; been driven by a lady past throe years; warranted sound; Set Harness, Robes. Whip, AC. ELEGANT PONY PHAETON, platform springs, by Wood Bros. HARK CHESTNUT MARE, by old Amorican Star, dam an Abilatla mare, 15 hands hlgh.it years old; Iktnd lit all harness: no vice; trots in 3 minutes; first class roadster; very pretty; warranted sound; Har ness, Ac. a I BAR ROAD WAGON, nearly new; R. M. te Stivers. * I ELEGANT LANDA bLET. satin lined, by Miner * Stevens. SPLENDID TEAM DARK BAY CARRIAGE HORSES, 13 hands high. 3 years old; kind in all har ness; free iTom vice: tree, stylish drivers of great endurance; not afraid of locomotive; warranted sound. BAROUCHE, In good order, by Corbett A Co. six SEAT ROCKaWaY, in good order, by Miner A Stevens. UAY HAMBLETONIAN MARE, 15Jf bands. 7 years; gentle and true in all harness; free from vice; warranted to trot in 3minutes and warranted sound. ToP W aGON, in good order, by Brewster A Co. DEPOT WAGON, shining top, good order, BanzonL BAY MAKE. 15)i hands, 7 years; kind in all har ness ; free trom vice; tree, fast, stylish driver: war ranted sound. TOP WAGoN, in good order, by Miner A Stevens. GERMANTOWN ROCKaWaY, In good order; Col lings A Son. DARK BAY HORSE, Patchen stock, 15 hands, 7 rears; kind In all harness and under saddle; tree from vice; trots In 3 minutes; very stylish, tree driver: warranted sound. extension TOP I'HaETON, in good order. CLARENC , in good order, by Mott A Co OKAY WORK House, id hands, a years; a good worker; sold tor want uf use. TRUCK, in good order; city built. SORREL HORSE, 15? hands high. 9 years: kind In all harness; tree from vice; (rots fnS minutes; an ex cellent roadster; sold for want of use. DOG CART, turn out seat, lu good order, by Sti vers. M Bl.ACK HORSE, 1591 hands, 8 years; kind In all <4 harness ana under saddle: tree from vice ; has been used exclusively as a family horse by ladles; is not afraid ot anything; warranted sound. BAY HORSE, li>? hands, 7 veurs: kind in all har ness; free from vice; sold tor want of use ; warranted sound. CLOSE COACH, tine order, by Wood Bros. BROWN HA.MBLETO.MAN Horse, 15'$ bands, 7 vears: kind In all harness; tree trotn vice; trots in 3 minutes: splendid roadster; warranted sound. UNUSUALLY LARGE VARIETY OK ALL KINDS OF HORSES. DK.-CKIPTION TIME OP SALE. A LAROE VARIETY OK TOP AND NO TOP ROAD WAGONS: QUEEN. PARK AND PONY PHAETONS; ROCKAWAY, EXPRESS AND DEPOT WAGO.N>; ALSO AN AS.-OKTMENT OK EVERY KIND OP HARNESS KNOWN. SALE AT 10 O'CLOCK. B ABAROA1N-TWO SECOND HAND CLARENCES, three giass quarter Coaches, one light Victoria, two Depot Wagons, two top Buggies, one Coupe Rockuway, tour-wheel Dog Curt, two plattorm Express Wagons, all In order. J. W. PITNEY, 46u Third avenue. REWSTER, i BROOME STREET, TOP WAOON, nearly new. BAROUCHE, IN GOOD ORDER, BY CORBETT A CO. WESTCHESTER ROCKAWAY, WOOD BROS., IN first rate order. ELEGANT BROWN CARRIAGE TEAM, 16 hands, 7 vears; warranted. TEN NEW WAGONS, BY ORDER OP ASSIGNEE. elkoant kuad establishment. at AUCTION. AT 10 O'CLOCK. iHIS DAY, AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART, 19 TO 25 THIRTEENTH STREET, near University place, see catalogue above. Brown trotting mare -anoeline," hands, 8 years: kind In all harness; Iree from ? I vice; is very stvlish and showy in harness: due, ? = ! open, level gait; has trotted iu 2:37; can trot to-duv T in 3 minutes, sure ; told tor want ot use and is war i = runted sound. _ _ ?<?? | To be seen at ARCH. JOHNSTON'S Mart, 25 Thlr -> | teenth street. CIHS. GRl'BE, 141 WEST BROADWAY, HAS ON J band, at wholesale or retail, manufactured ' for the trade," all kinds Carriages. Rockaways, Buggies, Ac., at first or manufacturers' prices. tlLARENCR POR ?ALE?BUILT BY WOOD BROS. J lor private use, and has been used but very little: is In good order; can be seen at Eric Siables, 542 West Twenty-lourth stroetj will be sold cheap. (NAHHlAilES'-SECOND HAND LIGHT TOP AND NO J ton sioe-bar and elliptic spring Wagons, doctor and lumn seat Wagons, light Kockaway, Park Phaetons. Dog Cart Ac. at H. k. oTIVERS', 142 to 1?4 East Thirty first Wrath. Dog cart or coupe horse-can trgt in three minutes; coupe Harness: also light Harness, $15, No. 146 W est Thirty-second street. Depot wagons, pony phaeton's, family car nages and Light Wagons, every style, new and sec ond hand. popular prices, several slightly soiled Car nages. great bargains. * MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. Elegant double pony turnout. HI-.aUTIKL L team OF DARK BAY PONIES, | 14 hands high, 6 and 7years; kind, gentle and true; ? iree. last and very stylish drivers; not atraid of a lo comotive or anything else: beeu driven by a lady for the last two vears; warranted sound. ELEGANT PLATFORM SPRING PONY PHAE ton, built to order by Wood Brothers; nsarly new. Set ot Harness, Robes, Ac., To HE SOLD AT AUCTION, THIS Molt.NIso. at ID o'clock, at ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART, 19 to 25 Thirteenth street, near University place. See catalogue above. LEG A NT TEAMS BAY HOUSES POR BALE?ONI !i team. 16H bands, oue team I6v,. verv stylish, sound and kind; will be warranted In every respect by responsible.parties; they are the property of two gentle men having no lurthet use for them. Appiv si MANU FACTURER*' UNION CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 634 Broadway. 13UR SAI.K? 20 FINE YOUNG HORSES, JUST PROM 1 Indiana, 7 vears old, 14 to 17 hands high; all sound and kind. Inquire at 120 Xortolk street. IIOR SALE?A LIGHT BAY HORSE, 1# HAN Dm, 7 years old; sound tad kind both la single and double harness, and one ot tha most stylish saddle harass to bt ***** M ***** ** ?*** HOItKKS, C'AItHlAUKR. Ml. FIOH SALE?PRICK #100, A FIRST CLASS FAMIL1 Hurst1; (stylish, sound hihI gentle; hus been used by a private funiily lur three veiirs; sold lor want of use Ap ply, before H a. M. and alter S I*. M., ut CARMAN'S stables, 451 West Seveilteeth street. FAOK SALE?a COUPE IIHAY HOKSE, 16 HANDS, 7 vear* old: souud. gentle, good slock; well bruki to double or single harness. Apply at O'Connor's stables, 52 West Sixteenth street. LAOS sale cheap?a VERY DESIRABLE team r for family u?e ; very handsome and stylish; sound, kind, spirited and safe for a lady to drive. Address 11., box 1,250 Post ofltcc. liAOK SALE?THE STOCK OK A LIVERY STABLE IN I iinest locution in Hew Jersey, doing good business; will sell on very easy terms or will take u small House in vicinity ot New York or some good Lots; they must t>e clear: a first rate chance lor a inuu to gut into business already established; ail cash customers. Address BTABLK, box 102 Herald office. ftOK SALK-A HANDSOME BAY HORSE. l&X HANDS, the property of a gentleman about to travel. Apply at JleOovern's stable, Love lane, near Pierpoint Houaa, Brooklyn. FAOK SALE?DAPPLE OKAY MAKE, 15 HANDS, pony built, six years; tit lor any use ; also one brown Marc. 15 hands; prices #55 ami #115 156 Perry street FOR SALE?A VERY HANDSOME BAY PONY, 14*? luinds high. *i years old ; perieetlv gentle and sound. Can he seen at 108 West Twenty -lourtli street. IAOK SALE?PONY PHAETON AND PONY; SUITA ble tor a child or grown person: Is perfectly kind and gentle. Address C. K. K., box 1,923 Post office. I/OK SALE?LIGHT SHIFTING TWO .-.EAT EXTEN. I sion top sucond hand Wagon ; al-o -everul second hand Carriages. O M FERGUSON. Libby Hotel, corner i wenty-seventh street and Fourth avenue. IpOR SALE?A SMALL HORSE, GOOD WAGON AND A Harness; will be sold cheap, as the owner is de clining business. Apply to J. H., 42:i West Seventeenth at. I^OR SALE?A VERY SUPERIOR SADDLE MARE, A' three-quarters bred, isjy hands, 7 years old; all bag; sound and Kind and without a fault; price $500. AppTO at private stable, 136 East I hirty-sccuild street. IrtOR SALE?A FINE STYLISH PAIR OF SORREL Horses. Kentucky bred, half brothers, 7 and 8 years old, 16 bunds liigb and weigh about 1,100. They are per ieetlv sound and kind, free trout blemishes, excellent roadsters and of great endurance; they are sold tor wanl ol use, and a rare opportunity is ottered any one wanting a superior team tor tumily use or road driving. Address box 113 station A. I50R SALE-A GOOD STRONG HORSE, t? YEARS old; sound und true, #140; #21 reward lor inlorina tioii which will lead to the recovery of a bay Mar bauds; has stnughalt and a cut under the under ilpT JOHN VAN COTT, 23 Pitt street IflOB SALE-A LADY'S TURNOUT?PONY, WAR ranted sound aud kind: can be driven by a lady or children: Pony top Phuetou. gold mounted, built to or..er, and a single Harness to match; will be sold at a bargain lor cash, and separate, ut 33 East Twelfth street, private stable. FOR SALE CHEAP-A FINE LANDAULET, BUT LIT tie used; also a four-wheel und two-wheel Dog Cart; elegant double, single and tuiulcm harness, gold mounted, all ill goon order. Coil at fid# Broadway. IIOK SALE?VERY FAST SORREL MARK, THREE quarter thoroughbred; sound and kind in harness) lias been used bv a lad v; will be sold for quarter tier value: owner abroad; ulso Buggy ami Harness, in tlrst rate omer. Inquire ot H. BAKTLETT, 27 Park place. New York. IrtOR SALE?A GREAT BARGAIN, A VERY HAND some thoroughbred bay Horse, 15w; hands h gb, 7 years old; broken to saddle and harness; very gent la und sotinu every way, except sight In one eve defective; priC" $125, cost $6 id Tube seen at Mr. MILES'stable, 51 West Nineteenth street. 1?OK SALE?DOUBLE SET OF SILVER MOUNTED JT Carriage Harness, price $125; but little used. Also new single set oi tine Kockawa.v Harness, price #53. Private stable No. 128 West Fitty-fourth street. IjlOR SALE?TOP PONY PHAETON, HUNG ON O I springs: new: very handsome; price #303. Private Stable No. 12.H West Kitty fourth street. IIOK SALE?A VALUABLE 6 YEARS' OLD MAKE; h> hand-: warranted In every respect except a little sore torward; #30; valuable for the country. 77 New Chambers street. IjtOB SALE?FOR WANT OF USE, AT 128 CHARLES r street, two liorses. 8 years, 16 uud 10 hands; fit for truck, grocer or milk business; price #85 and S9& I710R SALE?A SIDE BAR, TOP ROAD WAOON; 1 nearly new. Apuly, during business hours only, Ht 125 Wline street ViioR saleUueap?FOR WANT OfT'SS, A FIRdl I class jet black, highbred trotting Horse, raited la Kentucky; pedigree given; 15>? hands high, 8 years old; can trot in three minutes, and warrauted sound and kind; a superior match horse. Address BLACK, box 121 Herald office. Good ('HANck.-FOR saiTeTa" barouche car riage; also a flue Clarence, In line order; both being but oae year in use; built by Mr. Lawrence, of Broadway: as 1 leave tor Europe have no turther use for them; 1 will sell at a sacrifice, tan be eeenatmvpri vate stable, No. 12C East Thirty-second street, two doors west ol Lexington avenue. OI>D PAS I'URaGK?$6, WITH SHADE, SPRING ^ ^ water, Ac. Address box 300 Post office, Slog Slag, Hakrt booth, the THOROUGHBRED STAL liou, will he sold at public auction, on Tuesday June Id, sound and kind, at W. Van TaSSKLL m KEaRNEY'S Auction Mart, Thirteanth straat, near Fourth avenue. H~~ OR8E. WAOON AND HARNESS FOR SALE?MUM be sold; price 979. 45 Bridge street, Brooklyn. Harness rIdTno saddles and bridles, Linen sheets, summer Horse Clothing, Lep Dust ers, light Woollen victoria Kersey blankets for summer, at 97 each, regular price 912. My harness are all hand made and warranted u> be a good article, at tne lowost possible price. E. BAKTLEtT, Manufacturer of Harness acd Horse Ciothlng, 82 Warren street, corner of Collage place. Harness, harness, harness-all stylei and grades, rrom 91 to 91,000 per set; also Sheets, Lap Dusters, sweet mantete, summer eoultng Blankets, Hoods ot all kinds. Halt lioous. Jowl sweats. Riding Saddles and Bridles, and alt articles tor the road, track, carriage or.stable, at the inanuiactory and wararoomaai O. M. MOdKMAN A BROiHEH, Hi Chambers street. Harness, saddles, sheets. HOoVkr, CALHOUN Ic CO. Broadway Stook closing out at cost at 39 Mercer 9treet Harness, 97 50 to S20i>. Saddles, 93 to 9S& Bridles and Martingales, 50c. to 98. Lap Dusters, 75c. to 93 50. Genuine Malacca Whips for 91 40 to 96 Examine, such an opportunity seldom offisre. IRON STABLE FITTINGS?ALL THE LATEST improvements, of our own make. Call and see speci mens or send tor au illustrated catalogue. JANES A KIBTLAND. Nos. S, 10 and 12 Reads street. LANDACLETTE, AS GOOD AS NEW. Two Ponv Phaetons, At ISO West Thlrty-nrst street. Paste rage provided for horses and cat. tie, a short distance trom the city, on reasonable terms; good water and shade. Apply to D. MOORE, 220 and 223 eixth street, New York. Road wagon?dusenblrv a van dusf.b, sou; also several others by Brewster, of Broome street. Stivers and other cliv makers; two I.andaus. ono Culeclie, Ponv Phaetons, in great variety, panel and basket, from $115 up; Depot Wagous. Kockaways, Ex press Wagons; one very light Brltzka. by Miner A Stevens, in extra tine order; Sulkies, .--keletons, new and second iiauil; Harness, Whips, sheets and Dusters. WILLIAM II. QUAY. 30and -'2 iVooster^treet. (SECOND HAND WAGONETTE, OR LIGHT STAGE. O seats nine; three extension top Phaetons; two Dog ( arts; Victoria; Doctor's Phaeton i Depot Wagon; Pony Phaeton; Coupe, six seat, extension too; wesichestep Rockawny : several Buggies; Road Wagon. MANUF AC TURlRS* UNION, 034 Broadway. EN NEW WAGONS-NO TOP. OXB AND TWO seAt, wlU be sola at auction, thla morning, at 2j-? I ARCH. JOHNSTON'S Mart, ? e 119 to 25 Thirteenth street, near University ^?? at Id o'clock. -s I BvorderofJ. L. BORDEN, Assignee. T rpWO FULL BLOODED DURHAM COWS FOR SALE ? 1 Hive JUquarts each; one has an Aldernev heller calf a week old. Call at Forty-eighth street cattle market, North River. JOH.N GLEaSON._ VI f AN TED-A SECOND HAND TOP "QUERN" PONT V? Phaeton, built by Brewster A Co., of Broome street. Address J. O. X? box 116 Herald Uptown Branch office. __________ W?ANTED?TO PURCHASE A SADDLE HORSE, V? cheap: must be 151-j bands high, kind and gentle tor a ladv to ride. Address, stating price, box 2,348 New York Post office. WA.N1E.D-A GOOD SOUND HORSE, WITH INDUS ance and some speed, sav to show 2:45or better. Ad dress, wn h full description and lowest price, HOPSON, box Herald office. WASTED-A TRAM AND CARRIAGE. PONY AND I'haeton. in exchange lor first class country Board, near the city. Address EXCHANGE, Herald office. ANTED TO PURCHASE?A CHILD'S FONT, P52jT ton and Harness ponv must bs partactly gentle, sound and kind. Address, stating price, which must be low. ana where the seme can be seen, PONY, box 110 Herald office. WANTED?CHEAP'~FOK CASH. A OOOD HORSE; must be good style, tree driver and step better toes three minutes. Address, lull particulars and price. G. C. C, Herald office. ^*7 ANTE I >?A HORSE OR MARE, MUST BE FAST, ft sound, kind and not eirald ol locomotives. Pleas* give price and all particulars. Address box 1,350 Post office. t\MLL~BE"SOLD CHEAP-FOR WANT OF USE. A TV Team ot bgy Mares, tree anil easv drivers, IS hands high; also a Brewster lop Wagon end double Herneio. Apply at No. 285 spring street. \V ANTED-COUPE OR BROUGHAM IN GOOD OR TT Uer by a flrst class maker. Address, stating price, W. S. M., 112 East IhirteenUi sirei't Wanted?a light coupb RociaWAT or sty. Ish two-seat tamllv Carriage, in periect order ana llttla used. Apply ai 569"Broadway, room A OC HORSES WANTED To PASTURE-FEED AND Z?J water unsnrpsi>?ed Apply at Isaac pahlmana stable*. 2UJ Ea-t Twentv-iourtn street, or to RANDOLPH MERRITT. Whit# Plains. Westchester county. \TE.-r BARGAIN IN NEW VORK; _j Express Wegon, f hole ng l:i good condluoo; iy. lu-st Flrty secoud I _?TV'.i>H DAPPLE ORAt. HOW. . 1 _ , N ladv; else sty Oil AA -GREATEST BARGAIN IN NEW TO It XL I sPlUU, Express Wagon. Horse end Harness, the whole ru In gi?l conditio? J will Mli llDAfAtli 1,SM Broadway near Fifty secoud street. -/I -kTY'-ISH DAPPLE GRAY HORSE, 1 alOU. < ea m il. 15V hands; sound, kind, gentle fhl ladv ; also t'tviish Mare. 16 nanda, 9136; good work H?m, 975 214 West Thu-ty-flrst street. gmm/m