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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 14,180. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 10. 1875.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS
AMUSEMENTS?Second Pace?Sixth column.
|iIRUL?UV-Tfnntt Paw?Sixth column.
I; 11,1.1 A Kl?.>?S> cond Pack?Fifth column.
BOARDERS VVa.V'I h.L)?Sbco.no Page?third column.
BOARIJ AND LODGING WANTED?second Page?
i turd column.
BROOKLYN IU. A!. KSTATE FOR HALE?Second Page?
First column.
Bl'-INKSs OPPORTUNITIES?Ninth Paob.
BUSINESS KOTtCES?Seventh Pauk?Fifth column.
CITY f:i \I, EST .VIE FOB SALE?Second Page?First
column.
<'LKlit\ ?? aND SALESMEN?Twelftb Page?Second
column.
COACilMKN AND GARDENERS?Twelfth Paob?Third
column.
COASTWIsE STEAMSHIPS? IWBLFTH paqb?Fourth
column.
COUNTRY tiOAltD?Second Pace?Third column.
DMNT1S1EY?SMOND Pagb?Sixth column.
DWfc! UNO HOUSES TO LET. KUBMSUED AND
UNFUUN18HED?Second page?second column.
BUROPi AN SThAMSHlPS?iwuliih Page?Third and
fourth columns.
EXCUR -loNs? iwi mu Pagb? Fifth and ilxth col
umns.
FIN AN CI Ali?Ninth Pacb.
KUrt SALE -Fir*t Page?Sixth column
FURNI-HKD ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Page?Second column
FURNITURE?First Page?slxtn column.
OhKMAN ADVERTISEMENTS?I wtLrra Page?Third
column.
help Wa.STED?FEMALES?Twblfth Pace?second
column.
HELP WANTED?MALES?Twelfth PAGE-Third col
umn.
HORSi S, CARRIAGES, 4C.-Fik.s? Paob? Fourth, fltth
and sixth column*
HOTELS?second Paok?Third column.
HOUSES. ROOM , AC.. WAMED?Second Paob?
Fourth column.
5 NSTRUCHOn?second Paob?Sixth column.
ERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDsoN CITT AND
BE KG EN BBaL ESI'aTE FOR BALK?SBOOND
Page?First column.
LECIUUE sKAsON?icond Paob?Sixth column.
LOST AM) kgUNU?t 1rst Page?Second column.
MACHINERY?First Page?. ixth column.
MaRBl.ii MAN lELS? 1 wKtrru Pack?sixth column.
MEDICAL?Twelfth Page?Sixth column.
MILK a.ni> CREAM?Eleventh Paije?Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERI 1SEM&NTS?Ientu Pagb?
Sixth column.
MISCEi.LAN r.oUS? Eleventh Pace?Rlxth column.
MUslCAL?Skcond Page?sixth column.
>EW PUBLICATIONS?seventh Page?Sixth column.
PERSON\L?Iibst Page?First and second columus.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Second Page?Fifth
column.
FOST OFFICE NOTICE?Fibst Page?Sixth column.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATION'S VVAN 1 ED-FhAlALES?
Twelfth Page?Secon 1 column.
PROPERrY OUT OF I Hi. CITY FOR ?ALE OR TO
RE M ?Second Page?First and second columns.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?SBCOND Page?Second
column.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Page?Second col
umn.
RELIGIOUS NOTICE8?First Page-Second column.
BEWARL)s?Fikst Pack?Second and thira columns.
IaLES a i AUCTION?second Page?Fourth and fifth
columns.
IITUATI. ns WANTKD?PEMALRS?Twelfth Pagb?
First and second columns.
BITUaTIONS Wanted?.WALES?Twelfth Paob?Sec
ond column.
SPECIAL NOTICES?Fibst Paob?Third and fourth c?l
nmDi
6P0RHNG?DOGS. BIRDS, AC.?First Paob?Fourth
column.
ST UtAQr.?Second Page?Fifth column,
BUMMr.ti REPORTS?Second PAGE-ihlrd and fourth
columns.
TH K 1 kaDes?Twelfth Page?Third column.
THii TfJRf ? First Pace?Fourth column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Second Pagb?
: ccond column.
travellers' GUIDE?Twelfth Paob?Fourth and
fifth columns.
UNH RNISUhD ROOMS AND AP1RTMENT8 TO LET?
Second Page?second column.
Wanted io purchase?First Paob?sixth comma.
WAiCHta, JEWELRY, AC.?SECOND Paue?Fltth col
, umn.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOB SaLB OB
TO Lr,T?Second Paob?hirst column.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Pibst Page?Sixth col
umn.
BENNETT BUILDING.
B
ENMETT BC1LDINU.
I FEW MORE OFFICES TO LBl
DIRKCIURT.
Boom*. BASEMENT.
1?Lawrence k Co., Bankers.
I?J. ft. ^?vre, Gentlemen's Farntalunr.
8?<). W. smith. Law Book*
4? Thomas M. Lynch, Wine* ,
r-dwin L. Irion, i iesra.
6? v. B. Uavenrort. Hatter.
6?Btuuj A Frieuman, Tailor* __
lIRSI STORY.
Cnlet. Very ellpiMe tor Bunking end injoraaoe
SECON D STOBY.
1?McMahnn A Xtrw. Lawyer*
J?W. 11. O'Dwyer. Lawyer
John Pyne, Lawyer.
Ro-s .t Kmi v. Keal E*tnt*
J?J. lleinck Henry, Lawyer.
{J. E. Ludden. Lawyar.
6?Northwestern Lite insurance Company
L. .-A, Benedict. Agent
7?Homer a. :?elaon. i.awyer.
tra*tu* Cooae. Lawyer.
Kmn. ia B McKewan. Lawyer.
Will tin i<. Cooke, l awyer.
Nathaniel s. Mnith. Lawyer.
B? * it er M Can. i.awyer.
John Fowler, Jr.. Lawyer.
i, ( Chamber oi Lne insurance,
Ctiarlion I Lewis, ecretarr.
S!
-McCarthy k Chalmers. Lawyer*.
-Cook x Naa-ati. I.awyer*
1??Cook
li. H. fergusou. i.awyer.
J. M. Cavanauuft. Lawyee
!??M W. Weld, Lawyer.
international Co.lection Association.
a. U. Uerrickaou. Lawyer.
T H1 ill) sTOBY.
11 Judge Sutherland.
11 >'. M .Toil. Lawyer.
U-Fettritch k Cardwell, Lawyer*.
J. -. iikiisoii. Lawyer.
*? K. H. Beau. Lawyer
Dudley L. .lauie?. Lawyer
E l' Jam. ?. lawyer.
??-iierld.iu. Bouynge k McEwea, Stenograph sr*
??hi.M.a Bloomer. Ilea. Estate.
u. >1. Conk. k> ai t ?tate.
1?Brig** k Fellows. i.awyer*
J. B Altlcn. Lawver.
??W. C. Iraphiyen Lawyer.
C. Mattn.ws, Lawver.
W. H. hyan. Lawver.
E. I. Gardner, Lawyer.
L. i> Wlla<in. Lawyer.
W Dnrai *. Lawyer.
??Fr?noi? v, ae.
10? vv i.kinaon a Peter*. Trustee* of Estate of WUifc
IIJ UarrUon k sir.imr. I.awyera.
IS J John I'o.ter, Stcnograpuer.
18) A. E. Woodruff. Lawyer.
U?W. k. BeritQoiz. i I'd I nelneer.
Pelham an l Forte lister Railroad Company.
FOIKTI1 SI OR*.
I?Thornton k Earle, Lawyer*.
i j hdyar Ket< hum. iteginter in Bankruptcy.
If i .ixar Ki-ii hum. Jr.. Lawyar.
4?Henry Wehle. Lawyer.
B. .-uftan Lawyer.
II. Fuehrer. Lawver,
k? Russian American Manufacturing Company. A i
<Jai.liitr, President.
?? Haruien B. Whitbeck. Lawyer.
7? Hiu in. k Crook, Lawver*
Purro- k Buuel. Lawyer*
0. II. liad.au Lawyer.
t-Crary. Waller k >cfaenek. Lawyer*.
1. O'Brien, Lawyer.
B-C, U. w,iitam*. i.awyer.
10?Chauii fr shsfTor Lawyer.
U?C h. Glover 1 awyer.
Fred. W. K nnv Attorney and ConnaeUor.
H ( Loekwood k Cro?by. Lawyer*.
^ J a. Buhler, Lawyer.
FIFTH 8T0ST.
I? L. IkMmore, Lawyer.
John l?. ( lute.
stuyvesani Bank Bectiver.
tltoakeman* i.mttlngt, Lawyer*
B. Wakeman. awjrer
#1J. B Roe awyer.
6? :nt- r;i'i;i?na< i ubiishwg Company.
'B e? Ber r
I?Fit. h k Kitoh. Lawyer*.
O. Fuller. Lawyer.
??Uaseall A .-tetmjn. Lawyer*
b. o 4tedman. I.awyer.
f? octet/ tor Reionnation of Juvenile Oelinqasnta
10? S. h. Steele, Lawver
W. li. King, I ?wver.
II?4. P. k ,1 Reed, lawyer*
12?Brrne. Everett k Co.. Lawyer*.
j WaUh. Haibert A Kckeraon, Lawyer*
SIXTH sToBY.
l?John Townanend. Lawyer.
A. Mch ilaon.
Win i i venti r H. Waddeii, Oenfral Aaalgne* in &aok>
ruutcv. ai t of . tit 'f? ot l^l
t?K Leuao. .^cotch uranite Monument* A*
I?u W. i srpeuter. i.awyer.
?i Utl* T. Hail, l-awver
6? u P Wet?t*r. Lawyer
je"erson ? .ark. Lawyer.
? ( Ji bn L. Kmxht
*( Janitor
$ ( M. F. Eller, Lawyer.
ft ?. a, L*ne. Lawver.
smith A i??an, Citv snrvevor*
10 ?U. W. Vai -t! .en. "Lawyer.
JlJT. H. Baldwin Lawyer.
12 \ i hnrle- . Barri w Lawyer.
Fenton ocaweil, Lawyer
J. A. Lyilecaer. He U Kstate.
C. E. : yiiecaer. lawyer.
Ml Uenrv A UilderMeeve, Lawyer
141 o. it. > arrington, Lawyer.
li. W. lotripitins. Lawyer.
T. H. Villi' r Lawyer.
Two paa*euger elevator* rannlnc all the time.
I'F.KIOKIAI.,
ABThFr-MRKT MB AT OILM ORE'S OONCEBT
J\ Oarien ihw evening. RuJ Aroason'* "March*
triomph i|p to '?>< pl*y?d OLARBMCf.
ADOrTIOv.-A WIDOW LAOT (CATHOLIC), I1AV
injj lost ner only thud, wishe* to adoot a male in
lant. iri m it* buth or quite y ung; light hair and blue
? ves \,l IfM .Mrs. FHA.VK4NSiEI>r Herald Uptown
Branch ufilce.
ARBOW>MITH ?LADY FrlOM WEST SIDE OF THK
city last Wednesday, thali wc meet a?sin ? Pleaae
ad (reus B. C., Herali office, - tat* incident* to prevent
?estate*.
a. MU -GtlaTE, FORMERLY OF SH FINE
J'? Call immediately on J AX KB O LITEM,
niil W Centm *tr*et. businese important to you _
**TJLON"B''--FAILKD TO RKCEIVR YOPR JIOTB
1J in time jn Tturnday: meet me same pure -atar
>jy or Botiday ; if not. ?n?wr RoBfcuT ME Stilts.
BPTTEHBALL-WILL FIND k LETTER DIRECTED
i ? Uoueral Davi* oy calling at the Herald I'ptown
Branch office. p. w.
Be
B
K?AM NOT CERl AIW ABOUT CALLING. IOM
?0t_to Ml! you Write uinlay. Mc.
-I IIaVE MtiVKD. "sfhsTRACT II* FROM
old No. and a IJre"* me at remainder. New street. Ok
f 1AKL K LK1> sell MI DT O K~ST. LO IT IS, WIlCHBaB
U of oomet.im* to his tdvaauga by sendm* his *d
lies* to Washington House, oeiMf ?f Froepeet aid
MaiB eireeta, BroeUyB.
PKKBOWAi..
/IAN SEE TUA* 8MILB AUAIIl.-ORA.ND OPERA
V H m?e. You no( letter to Cincinnati January or
February. R- **?
Fibaxk kingdom-do not fear ro oomis
homo, or write. to relieve your mother'* anxiety.
Address 13 naugliton Firs, Blrkenuead, England.
INFORMATION WANTBD?OF THOMAS CLAKK,
who emurnted to the United State* about b! years
ago troui the parish ?f Kilglass, eouutv ot Sligo, Ireian>l;
when last heard from be was suppos-d to be resnltng
neur Norfolk, Vj. He was once attached to the United
State* frwate Congress. anl afterward retired from the
naval service and settled down to prlvat.- life ami tie
came the po.-wetisor of large property. Any Information
concerning his whereabouts, whether living or dead,
will be thankfully received uml lib rally paid for by his
niece. MU? saKaII C'LAKK. of Kingston, N. Y. letters
can be addressed to the Rev. James Dougherty.
Pastor of St. Joseph's i atbollc church. Kingston, Ulster
count* . N V. Richmond and Norfolk Va.) and Cath
olic religious paper* ol the United Male* please copy.
Information where jkbkmiah and john
Leahy, formerly of Xia West Thirty-fifth street and
337 West Twenty-second street, can now be found will
oonfer a great favor. Please address SAMUEL GARRI
SON, 49 Court street, Brooklyn.
KT.-AlI- til LADY SCHOOL ThACHERS WILL
? be at the Matinee Sociable at the Hink this even
ing. _ BYAY.
OB hYMOUR I?DO WRITS TO M. a B., 204 N
. street. Father very feeble. Business iiBairs nearly
settled.
PET L.?NOTE RECEIVED. BEND ADDRESS, OR
where an interview can be had, to A., box 1U4 Herald
Brooklyn Hranch office.
TcTtHB MOST ELEGANT LADY IN THK WOBLD?
Too serious In the corridor of the first story. Your
smartnesg fascinates inc. I don't doubt that you have
understood my leelings and I hope you will prove it to
me by changing the color ot your handkerchief's hem
and showing it to me to-morrow Saturday, at \> A. M.
DOUREDA.
THELADIKS OR GENTLEMEN WHO SAW A NEGRO
seize a little seven-year-old boy by the throat and
throw him unuer a pairing vehicle on Fifty tilth street,
Tuesdav. June LB, will confer a favor by addressing F.
G. i'K FONTAINE, Editorial Department, Heraid office.
NcLE-I AM V E K Y COMFORTABI.YSITU A T E D:
there I* already a slight improvement; don't leel
anxious; I am doing well; your little package, re
ceived It, is a great comfort; keep well and cheerful!
den't let anything worry or discourage you; a bravo
heart for my sake. Ever your own. C.
TTNCLK.?MEET BABY AT SOLARIS' AT 8 TO
U nluht. R.
Vl/'i.ITK BOSB.?GARDEN, THL'BSDAY EVENINO:
?' state circumstance. bend address box 170 Herald
Uptown Branch office.
REUGIOIS NOTICES. ___
ALL SAINTS' PROTESTANT episcopal CHURCH,
Kev. William N. Dnnnell. rector, Henry street, cor
ner of Scammel, New York.?siervlces every Sunday
morning at 10H ><ud every sunaay evening at 7K- 'ihe
rector will preach.
AT washington SQCA <E METHODIST RP1SCO
pal church Rev. William Lloyd will preach. Morn
ing sutiicct, "The hternity of Hod's Salvation." Even
ing. "Christ Lifted Up." strangers cordially invited
and welcome.
A SPIRITUAL CONFERKNOB AT THE HARVARD
Rooms, Reservoir square.?Sunday, at V H. ladles'
meeting; at 2>< anil 7X general conference. Able speak
ers and goon music. All invited.
B
LEEOKKR STREET UNIVERSALIS!" CllUBCH,
corner of Downing street
The I'astor, Rev. E. C. "-WEETSFR,
will preach to-morrow at 10J? A. M.
Subject. "Family Worstilp."
No evening service.
CCHURCH OF THE STRANGERS. MFRCEB STBEET,
J near Waverlev place ?Kev Dr. Deem* will preach
to-morrow at 10:30. morning, on 'How To Be Saved ?'
and at 8, evening, on "Jesus. Our. Martvr-Rlng." All
seats tree, and a Committee of Hospitality to welcome
stranger*.
/"IaI.VARY BAPTIST CHUBOH, TWENTT-THIBD
\J street, near Sixth avenue.?Rev. R. a McArthnr,
pastor, preaches Sunday mnrnlnii and evening. He ex
pects to supply the oulpit regularly until August
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST. TWENTY-EIGHTH
street, near Broadway.?Rev. Dr. Van flusklrk,
pastor, will pr' ach *un day morning and evening. You
are cordially mvi.ed.
FIFTY-THIRI) STREET BAPTIST CHl'RCH.?PASTOR
preaches in the morning; Anniversary Missionary
Association evening. JJathew Hale smith and others
will ipoak, with other Interesting exorcises
Fifth avenub baptist church, wrst forty
sixth street?Dr. Armitsge. pastor, will preach on
Sunday morning. 10V?. and evening. 7k o'clock, bunday
school DAD. A cordial welcome to all.
Fourth presbtterian chubch, thirty
fourth street, near HtosUwav. ?Rev. Cyrus Dick
Kn. D, D.. will preaoh in this church to morrow morn
it at 10dO and afternoon at 1
CHUBOH OF OUit SAVIOUR,
Fifty-seventh xtreet, near Eighth avenue.
J A M I' S M. PULLMaN, pastor.
MORNING *'? KViCh j?t 1L
NO hVKNIUG SKRVICr.
MKS F. 0. HYSER, UlSflBATIONAL ril'KAKKR.
lecture* tor tbe Society ">f Progreeetv* splrituai
lata. at their h?U, 54 Wm Ihirty-third street. near
meets ^ P. M. I he picnic take* place Monday, J una
2S, at Christ Park. East 13 *1 itreel ami Third aveuue.
Broadway, at 10<i A M , 75< P. M. Children's Lyoeum
" TM pier" "
t. Ka?t^S
VfRII. DR. ROA ROMAN WILL, SPEAR AT GRACE
iVl Bapti?t chapel, Twenty ninth street. aeir Ninth
avenue, Sunday moral ug. Ladle* especial!) Invited.
P BEACTIINO BY TUB PASTOR. BEV. J. ?. WILLIS,
at Seventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church.
Morninr subleet, "Humility before Honorevening,
*ubtect.7*5 o'clock. 'The Wise mi.: the foolish Builder.''
oeat* free.
HEV. J. H. LIOHTBOURN WII..L PREACH IN
Seventeenth street Methodist Episcopal church,
between first and second avenues. Subieets?10k A. M.,
"The Whole Karatly in Heaven ?nd t- arth;" 7Jg P. M..
"The Immortality of Man." seats fme.
"Dc.V. MUSKS HULL'S LAST LKOTCBK OF THE
II season, at Ilarrv nil 's Varieties Theatre, 28 East
Houston street, xuiiday evening. June *). r-ablact, "the
Devil." Mist Ma tie Sawyer, the great Inspirational
?ocallrt and musician, will assist on thu occasion.
BXtnrOPEN'*M K ENNARI). PASTOR )f PIL
grlm Baptist church will preach morning on "The
Church in the Catacomb*." Evening?"Home Llle."
Rev~o1lboardman. who has jTst rp7tu*nbd
iron Kurope. will preach in 'truce Baptist ch ? pel.
Twenty-ninth street, west of Ninth avenue, Sunday
evening. All cordially Invitod.
R" EV. JAKBS M KINof PAHToV WILL PBKACII IN
r the !-t. John's Methodist Episcopal church. Flftv
third street, near Broadway, at 10aO A. M and 7.-46 P.
M Evening nubjact, "The Secret of Happiness." Ail
are welcome.
KV. CHVRLES K. HARRIS, PASTOR OP ALLEN
__i "Street Met'iodlit Kpt-copal church, between De an
cevand Bivingtoii streets, will pre.icli at"lU:W a. M. and
T:SO P. M. .-object tor the evening?"Tbe Young Man
Vautoo tor taa Timet." eeats tree.
Tabernacle baptist cnuRCii. second ate
nue between Tenth and Eleventh streets. Rev.
James Boardman Hawthorne, pastor; morning at 10:30.
-Tbe True ideal of Womanhoodevening at 7:4.\
-Mo?es a Model tor Young Men." All are cordially in
vited.
R
LOST ASD KOim
j OUT OR STOLEN,
tbe July, IS7S, Jsnnsr? 1171. and July, 1S78, Coupons on
the following government bonds- ?
|76.i*? Coupon 0'?. 1881. No?. W.STfl to S7.0^0 Incl.. SSOea.
S.V>,lUU Coupon 4-20. 1S67, No* 4.&J. to t 401 in* L. gtOea.
II>.00It ounon 4-JO, liM7, Nos. 161.0fltUi 15i,lo>lneL,B30M.
"\000 Coupon va). 1847. No* 118.314 to IK ,63 iticl.. $ ea
,13
tis.-ia. 13.-9i. l>7 Jit* 1
5-77U. M.iSSi-tJWLffS!
Inclusive
ieen stopped at the United
Siates ireasury offices.
Also loot three Coupons from ?V*> bonis of Pater*on
eltv, called "Bounty Bonds," No*. MS, ny. rM, and trow
11,OW bond of Long Dock Company No. 1,88V
A reward of iii.oiu will be paid for the recovery of the
above, and no question* asked, and In proportion for any
part thereot.
Address bo* 1,242 I'ost office, New York.
T OsT?JUNE 14, AT PAVoNIA FERRY, a LACE
J J Para?ol; the ndtr wl 1 receive $5 reward by leav
ing it w|,h H. Bi.aKE, 79 Worth street
LOST-ONJUNE IS IN OR near Fipril AVKM H
Hotel. ? Pockct Book of Ha.road Psisei or no
value except to the owner $10 reward will be paid for
It* return to 174 Broadway, down stairs
Lost-opera olabs on Thursday after.
noon m Filth svenne ?tage going to Fulton ferry.
The Under will please semi to or address J. 0. PAR
SONS. Chemical National Bank.
Lost-on kriday. the isth in-?t.. in" tub
Iwenty-tbird street car a Black rurse, which had
been lettupon the seat *nd picked up ov a ladv sitting
oppo?iie li the <!?? will reairn H io th? ofBca In 1,103
Broadway It will be thankfully received
LOST?I^ C'?ENT;En BLIP.' (IN THI RH AY. I7TH.
a Pocketbook. with Monev A saitable reward by
returning it to No 9 en:lss ?lip, down suira
Lost?on thubsdaY, ji ne 17. a book con
taming fiJ an i some papers. The tinder will be re
warded uy returning tbe lame to EMILi. A. LE BOIS. 71
and 71 Worth street.
LOST-MONDaY JUNE 14, A BROWNISH. TELLOW
and white Dog named lannv Please return to 141
Wsahingtoo street. Hobokan A/ood rewar.1,
LOST? OUTAIKI nUJUOND RI.VO. ON OR AtOUT
thelith in't . stone about two carats In dull gold
?citing. Under will be rewarded bv leaving tke same
with .-. J. PaKsKlL 34 John ?treet.
| OST-ON WEDNitaDAV EVENING, a PAINTER'S
1j Hope, tne finder will be Uberallv rewarded: ex
penses paid Call at No. 100 West l hirty-second atreet
RKWARDI.
<J?C REWARD.?LOST. TUESDAY EVENING THIBD
<pO avenue and Konrteen h street a small white
hoodie Return to 104 Greenwich avanua.
$- RBWABD?STRAYED ON yesterday, FROM
'J 44 l'.u?t Tmrtv rour*;i street, a winte Spit* Dog.
with ifrayund bine* in id. An?wers to the nai*? of
Beauty, i he flu .er will be rewarded the abovg.
(f|l|iRf:WAIlDWil.LBI! PAIDFokTIiV RETURN OF
VlU smooth Work. *<oat, takou from K. BKOWNh'S,
MnetV-eecjiid street, Eaft River, on Monday. June 14;
painted white with red <tripe, green in?td*; a raail
piece set Into top of the ?tern;
RKWABD WILL BE PAIIJ Kolt Til K BE
c?.yerv ol the body ot' ornclins >na?, drowned
at the foot oi Jackton stre* .yesterday afternoou ; was
dressed In bine hi * ry shirt sn i pants, and r?d Uaor.ei
liter*.
uiAisi. MAliWT, (? Room volt itroot j
RliW AKOS. _ _
d>J/| RKWARH.-LOST. IN GOIMi FROM TENTH
VP x'' street to tier*nteeutli, a Russian L.-ather Pock
? ibook, with tweuty $10 Bills an.: two i '? Hills and Mlia.1
eh*mr L. W. WaLToN. M.' llroa.wuv.
d>C/\ REWARD.? SYLVESTKR J. DKLANKY, AGED
?P'?U 12 years, disapueared from home, lit Ku>t Al
bany. on weilneaiay, June 9: hail dark clotiies, new.
Willi velvet collar; ol lair collinluxion, brown hair,
light blue eyes, and height Iu proportion with lilt age.
Tut* above reward will be paid to any one returning
tiiin or giving information that will lead to bis iWoverr.
Address I'. li. BltoPII Y, corner of Harmon avcnu? anil
Kim street, b a>t Albany, N. Y.
$,-.A RF. WARD.-LOST, YESTERDAY OB IUR
day previous, a roil of liank Bill*, about 1120.
I he Under will please appiy at 26 lleaver at., up stairs.
HPKCIAL. ?NOTICKR.
TTERALD BRANCH OF KICKS.
Jl aDVKRTISBMENTS REChlVEDAT ALL HOURS
Ul' TO NINU P. M., AND NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED
WITH HERALDS AT FlVK O'CLOCK UVKKY MORN
ING, AT 1,286 BRO < DWAY AND 430 .SIX III AVENUE,
BETWEEN. THIRTY-FIRST. AND TUIRTY >J-.COND
hTkKBTS; office open all Night, hari.km
OFFICE 2.2.S1 THIRD AVENUE, CORNER OF 124TH
STREKT; ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED TO 7 JO P.
Jrt., AND NEWSDEALhttS SUPPLIED AT FIVB
O'CLOCK KVKKY MORNING.
A?^oda Water, mineral watbbs, dinger
. A leu, sparkling Wines; manufacture ol complete
outfit* oi Apparatus and Materials, with lull instruc
tion*: all departments <>t manuueture, bottling and dis
pensing; exclusive RlglsU in desirable territory; cat*
logues tree. JOHN MATTHfcWS. First avenue. Tweuty
sixth and Twenty-seventh street", New York.
A
LABAMA STATE LOTTERY.
Great drawing, olass 6, July 14. 1875. in public at Mo
bile. Alabama.
Capital prize $50,000, and prizes amounting to 9-00,000;
prizes paid at once upon the drawing taking place.
No postponement. Tickets, (10; halves, 16,- quarter*.
No postponement.
$2 40; eighths, SI 24
For orders and inii
ers and iniormation. add re w
McGINN A CO..
box 3,420 Post office, New York.
A -DEBILITY BROUGHT ON BY INDISCRETIONS
? and all kindred diseases of men soeeaily and radi
cally cured by HENRY A. DANIfcLS, M. D., 144 Lex
ington avenue, near lweuty-niutU street Office hour*
iromStoS.
^ CHANCE FOR A FORTUNE.
Kentucky State
Single Number Dlatrlbutlor
Draw*
SATURDAY, Jnne M
$300,000 in gift*
a few aays left to buy.
Ticket*, $10; Halves. $5; Quarters,$2 50.
THOS. H. HAYS A OO.,
609 Broadway, New York.
A -ROYAL, HAVANA LOTTERY, KENTUCKY
. state Lottery, German Government Lotteries. O.
THEODORE ZsudOCH, U6 Nassau street. Post office
boxs.694.
A?ISAAC O. BOYCE, 267 BROADWAY, LAWYER
? Notarv, Commissioner. Divorces obtained prompt
ly without publicity, causes?desertion, incompatibil
ity. habitual drunkenness, infidelity, inhuman treat
ment, conviction of lelony. Paasports obtained.
A?OFFICIAL DRAWING* OF THE KENTUCKY
, state and Sheloy College Lotteries.
itSTrrn sun, sxtka class 1.27?jun* 18, WJ.
21. 74, 62.? 72, 2, 67, 16. 82. 14. 69. IS, 33, 46.
IVUIT. IITKi CI Mil 443?JUNK 18. io7S.
47, 28. 14. 6, 69, 2. 18. 64, 7i, 11. 48. 8L 29.
SBKTCCKT. CLASS 628?Jt'KE 18, 1878,
66, 61, 68, 10, 6, 60. 7 , 47. XI. 66. 73, 28. 76.
saiLsr. ci_>is 444?jcmx 18. 1878.
68. 20, 41. 77, 13. 19. 68. 47, 3. 28, 83, 78, 72.
J. K. SMITH A CO.. Managers, Covington, Ky.; Post
office fcex 2.781. New Tork
A?PARKS, K ME It SON A CO.. AGENTS FOR
. Kentucky State Lotteries, drawn daily.
Royal Havana i ottery. drawn every 17 days.
Kentucky Single .Number i.ottery, drawn ,'une 26, 187ft.
1'rizes cashed. Information furnished and circulars
sent bv addressing PA1IK.3 A CO.. 180 Broadway,
room ? Post office box 4.272. Private office attached.
Office hours 7 A. M. to 7 P. M.
Alabama state lottery.
Single number Havana plan.
Drawi every month at Mobile, Ala.
Only Ji.OUO ticket*.
3.ffW orlze*. auiuiinuuK to $300,000
1 prize of $80,000
1 prize of 20.00U
1 prize ot 11.000
2 prizes of $5,iHX) each 10,000
10 prize* ot $'.'.ln>0eacb 20,00<i
25 prize* of Sl.OUOeach 25 0UO
40 prize* of $SU> each . 20,000
Whole ticket*. $ 0: halves, J6: quarter*, $2 30: eighth*,
$1 26. Circular*, with lull panicu ar*. sent tree.
P. C. DEVLIN A CO., General Wetlt*.
SO Liberty street. New York.
-HAVANA LOTTERY. Kh.NTlJt^KYltTATK LOT
. tery, German llovernment Lotteries C. TI1KO
I)OU Z-CHO' H, lid Naiaau street; Post otllce box. 5. jM.
Books and acco0krs-"ifTv^aTiuATko, bal
anced and cla*aed by an efficient accountant; term*
Oxed bv job or day. Adoreas K., box 3,4:2 Post office.
BOTTLED Bk KK' fOB HOTBL8. RKHTAURANT$
and shipping.?All brand* of Imported BAVARIAN
UKEkn; also tbe well known and highly recommended
BAKTHOLOMAs BOCHBSTBB LAGER BKER. HOL
LENDER A Co.. hole Agents. Nua 1 and 8 Centre street
(Btaats Eaton* balldlag).
DISEASE- OK MEN AMU IMPORT A.Mr MEDICAL
and MirKical CMC* a specialty. HENRY A.
DANlhl.-, M. ii., 144 1 exington avenou, near Twenty
?inth street. Office hour* from 8 to 8.
G~~ BEEB TURTLE~SOCP AND STEAKS.
Turtle Clob Stvle.
Berved thl* day at OOl'LD's, h and 35 Nassau * treet,
opposite Po?t office.
Havana lottery.-$510,000 IB prizes every is
ciay 1. ae follow*
Pirst prize of $100,000
Pir*i prize of WVOJ
Second prizes, ot $25.0?W each 50.100
8 3 prize*, amounting to 310,OtW
Prizes cashed. Circular* (>t Information free. J. B.
M AKTINt.Z A CO., Banker*. 10 Wall ttreet, rear baae
men;. Post office box 4.6&>. New York.
K
ENrCChY .STATK LOTTERY.
SINGLE Nl'MBfcR SCHEME
(Authorized by special act ot the Legislature),
of toe University of Paducab.
tor the benefit 1
$300,000 to bo distributed among tbe bolder* of ttokota
FIRST PRIZE. $50,000.
Tito drawing to take place at Covlugtoa, Ky.. JUNE 2$,
ls7K
No discount in Prizes?Every Prize paid in fttlL
SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Managera
SCHEME.
1 Prize ot $$?.io> ie.. $$".003
1 Prize 01 80. WW is mm
1 Prize ol 1U.DW ie MUM'
4 prize* of 5,|>U are ao.tcw
10 Prize* of 2,a>> are 15.000
50 Prize* of LOuO ore 5.1*0
50 Prize* of Ware 25.l?>
so Prize* of ore 12 wo
W Prlzeo of WW are Ju.oufl
APPRoXIMAIION PHIZES.
4 ot $2,00) approximating to 85'.000 are $8.r00
4 of l.V approximating to 2U.i*,0 are 5.5UJ
4 r.f L'tJUaptir i mal.ni to 10.000 ar*. 4.1W0
8,0.0 Prize* of $10 are 80.u?
5.370 Prize*, amounting to $300.0ni
Whole Tickets. $ 0 Halves. $5. Quarter*, $2 50.
Reuicmt>er tiat every Prize is 'rawn. and payable la
full without deduction, ihese Drawings arc nerot post
poned. but take place regularly tbe last .-aturday of eacb
month. ?ena tor circular.
Addrea* all order* to
IM.MONS, DICElEsOW A CO. Corlngtoa. Ey._
K?OPriCUL DRAWINO OP THK KENTUCKY
# Stale Lotterie*,
SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO.. Managers
iikhi it anna run *0. W?tVtlu 18. 1J7A
54, 11, 44, 23. 59, IS 43, M, 3d, 25, 14, 5$, 44.
? ssroczT era** *?. $$$?Jt?n 18. 1875.
24. 4U, IT, 84. OS. TO, 45. 53, IS, 51, S&
? axaT, clam xe. 475?*cxals. 1875
42, 70, 75. 14, 41. 30, 48, 20, 4. 31, 25, 1$, $0.
U1SIT claii *0. 474?4cwa 18, 1875.
88. 72. M I*. 42, *t>, Sv. 17, 50. 78, 5?, 14.
Pull information by applying to or addressing J.
CLVrf. JO H road way. flr*t floor, rear office, or root
office box 4,969
K -SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO 'S ORAND
. raonthiv distribution of the Kentuckv State lot
tery. on the Havana plan, to be drawn June 24;*l*o Royal
Havana ol Cnba. drawn Jnn? Si Full Information bv
applrlng to or adureaslng J. CL0TE. authorized agent,
800 Broadway, or Post office box 4.969
-$30U.U00 CA-U OI_FTA
Whole Ticket*. $10.
Kentucky State Mn?<e Number Lottery, oa tbe Havana
plan, draw* Juno 84 is:A
Prize* paid la lull.
f'lrcnlarssent free,
Adf. res* all orders to PARKS. KMER-on A CO..
authorlzeo Agents of all lee* Used lotterie* tor tbe past
48 years
180 Broadway, room A Box 5.272 Poat office.
PRISON LABOR?SUPERVISOR'S OrPICR. NEW
Jersey Mate Prison. Treaton June?, 187A ? Appli
cation may be made to the undersigned for the labor of
convict* at tbe New Jersey state Prison Tbe work
shops have been reeontly erectel an1 possess every con
venience neceaaarr lor the successful cmploymeat ol
* prisoner* WM. R MURPHY. Supervisor
IJOYaI. HAVANA LOTfEBY.
IV f.ilO.JJOdistributed 111 prizes every iSdays
Next drawing June 80.
I 1 rlie of $100000
1 Prize of 80,000
2 Prize* *f $2$ 000 each 6<l.'U0
1 Prize ol IO.OuO
1 Prise of. \0<>
33 Prizes Of |L$D0CMb !8,lW)
880 other Prizes amounting to 2< ?mio
Circalars ot information nirnislied tree Order* 9Ue<l.
Prizes cashed ?p*mah dank Bills. Donbioom and (iov
ernments purchased . _
TaYLoR A Co . Bsnkera 11 Wall street. Hew York.
TO THE MOLD. RS op TH ? riB T MOMTOAUK
bund* of the -t* Haven Mlddleiown ami Willlm
antic Railroad 1 ontpany and 'o whom Ii 111a. concern ?
Notice i* herebv given that tbe first meeting <?( the Bo?
to i and New York Air Line itallroed Company wi:i be
heldat As-urance Hall, in the e ty of Middietown and
Siate of i onnecticut. on the rttn day of .lime, H75 at 2
o'clock In the atwrnoon. At theaeid meeting the oruam
zati n 01 .he *ald company 1* to ?>e made and completed.
Director* of tne aaia corporation may be cho*en and by?
laws adopted eonformabiv to the provisions of the Oen*
era statutes of t onnecticut re*ptcuug railroad com
panies. Dated 12th dune. 1875.
fc KLLKBY ABOhRSON, 1
f-AVi KL L. VVAKN'EE, |
BAMffKL SANDS,
D ?. HATCH,
T. L. WAT.-ON.
ALLYN M. COLSOROVE,
H. N. CAMP,
Coroorators ot tbe
Boston and New York
Air Un? Rai road
Company
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
rpm MW YORK m'nkl^an.. i'm is WEEK'S
1 number contain-. a portrait of Calvin, the winner ol
the Bcimonl Sitita Price 6c.
ci1akles J. FOSTER, Editor
THE NEW YOKK scouts MAS.?'tuisi WEEK'S
number contains a portrait ol Calvin, the winner of
the Belmont Maaes. Price 6c.
0 larles J. POSTER, Kditor.
mue NEW yokk .sportsman.-til IS WEEK'S
1 number contains a portrait of Calvin, the winner or
the Belmont Stake*. Pro e 6c.
CHARLES J. POSTER. Kditor.
Ye. h. A.-ACTIVE MEMBERS OP THIS AS*0
. elation are earneHtly requested to Mtten.l a special
meeting. on Monday evening, June si. at ?. to take ac
tion on report ol committee on revision ol tbe constitu
tion. lew la MAY, President
Ac;u. hihiu, Secretary.
SPORTlNCi-DOGSi, i.' 1 :> &c.
A pew choice dous FOR SALE.?i Wo LARC3E
Watch Dog*, extra good; oue liver an l write Setter,
well broke; extra tine iliac* and Tan?. weighing from
two pounds up ; one extra small .-cotuh terrier, 7 mouths
old, weighs 2>, poiinJs; two of tbe linos: i.uU'lcrrier.i In
thU coiu:rv. Ju?t imported, male ai:d teraalc, pure
white, wegh about otk'ht Bounds each. Can be ecen at
WILLIAM T. aLLI.n'S Hotel, Plttll avenue and Eighty
eighth street, opposite Central park.
A? FOR SALE?ALL KINDS OP FANCY DOOS,
. Birds, Ac.; Medicines lor all diseases; Prepared
Pood 8or mocking birds, at h. 0. DOVey'S, No. Slireene
street, near Canal.
oi'KIN'o BIRD FOB salecheap-A VERY PINE
ger. O. J. baRLOW, crotou, on Hudson.
rpue NEW YORK kpobtsm AN. ?l'H I ?> WEEK'S
I number contains a portrait of Calvin, the winner of
the Belmont takes. Price 6t
CHARLES J. POSTER, Editor,
MOCK
sin
THE TIRP.
American jockey cllu.
SPRINi. MKEtlNQ, 1876,
ax JEROMk PARK.
Saturday, 6th June. Saturday, 12th Jane.
Tuesday, btb June. Tuesday. l.'thJune.
Ihursday, 10th June. Ihursfay, 17ib June.
."?aturday. 19th June.
Races begin each day puuctuallv at 3 o'clock.
a. ukLMoNT, President.
C. Whkitlv, Secretary.
ACOTION AND FRENCH pools SOLD THIS MORN
ing at Johnson's t'ool Room, corner Twenty-eignth
street and Broudway, on the race* at Jerome far*..
Pool Room open at 6 A. M. French Pool doses at 3 P.
M. * T- B- JOHNSON.
AUCTION AND FRENCH POOLS SOLD EVERY
J\ morning and evening during the week, at tbe New
York lurt Exchange. 16 West twenty-eighth street, on
the races at J H.ROME pakK.
French pools open at 7 A. M. and elose atS P.*M.
ki.LLY, BLI.^s k cq
FLEETWOOD PARK.? 2J1 AND 3M RACE POST,
poned until Monday, June 11.
Johnson BR03., Proprietor*.
NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD.
Jerome Park Races.
Jane 5, 8. in. 12. 13, 17 and 19.
Special trains, with reserved cars for ladles, will leave
Orand Central depot on race days at 1:30 and 2 P. M.,
returning after the races. Fourth avenue cars run di
rect to depot
Excursion ticket* ?0cents.
C. M. BISSELL, Superintendent
XTEW DORP CLUB grounds, STATES ISLAND.?
? > The Purse tor Saturday, June 19, Is tilled. Tbe fol
lowing horses have entered John Hasiet enters b. g.
Hardwork. JohnAVurd enters b. g. west Brighton, D. b.
Got! enters tuiunr, u. U. Browne enters ch, g Henry
Mac. A. C. Wnitson enters br. g. Orin, D. Dunlay enters
b. m. Helen, W. ftinmpson enters s. g. Charley Dowley,
D. Wilan enters oh. n. Barney. P. Bengerven enters bit.
m. Sweetbriar, C e. Wnalen enters y. g. Oanderline.
John S. Harris enters blk. g. West Stafford. If the
weather l-> stormy, tbe first lair day. Entrance lo the
grounds, 60c. D. k. kYERS, Proprietor.
The Metrotoli i an printing establishmknt,
-is Broadway, have unsurpassed facilities lor doing
all kln.'.s of 1'nuuug v. ith unusual promptness and at
moderate prices.
HOH?UB, CAKHlAQEk, (SC.
A?MAJORCHaRLKS W. BARKER, AUOTIONKKR.
. The event of a lifetime; we no to the track anil
?how the ilnie; .Major Darker announce* the
tiaorilin.iry sale ol tlie tastcat Trotting stock in Amer
ica, without record*. lately arrived troiu au>l tlie prop
erty 01 W. J HACOK, Lao., ol C?rrtugioii Mock l-arm,
Montgomery l'oet office, TKIGU COUNTY, KY., to be
sold at BARKER A s ONS' City Auction Mart and NrW
York Tatursall's. corner of Broa lway and thirty-ninth
street onTU.' 8 DAY next. JUNK ?!. ai llo'clock; *U>e*
now at tlie Central Aveuue Stables. about oue-ouarter of
a mile from FLEETWOOD IwRk.ou Ceutral avenue,
and ran b.? seen any morn lug iu their work at Til E
TRACK >r In the afternoon at the stablra; will be on
exhibition a* above up iu Monday, June 21, when they
will be removed to the mart. 1IIK llMB mentioned in
descriptlona below la the time tbev have >HOWN on
FLEETWOOD HARK since their arrival: gentlemen
can see them speeded on track mornings, and eau
have the privilege ot riding behind liiem after
noons before the sale; catalogue chetuiut Ally
Lady EOLtNK. I5'4 hish foiled 1-70, got
by Exchequer: can trot a mile In 3 inioatea. Roan
(telling HIM 8ANDBKS 15',, high, loaled la?5H; got
hy Grav e Morgan. Elegant cotnblued saddle and har
ness liorw. can trot a mile iu >:W. Cheatnut welding
LoTHaIK, 14!,, high: loaled 1171; got by Exchequer;
can trot a tutle luster than 3 minutes. Bay oe Idinf
MOHAWK, li'4 high , loaled l?70. got by hsctttquer;
great ?tyle. right action tor iMder in a undent. Ority
Oeiding Ur.N. Y11KK, 16 hlgli. loaled ISM; elegant pad
die and harness liorae: cau trot a mile m 2.4tX, Bay
? Jelling LONOPELLOW, iti hull, loaled 187u: got by
Tenth Legion: can trot a mile iu < hrftuiu Melding
IJVVI.NClBLf., 15Aj high; I oaten IMV; got by r.xchequer;
can trot a mile u 2.4 Unrk bay Ma 11 Ion Colts Hi.Dot!
CHIEF and BLOOD Oil 11F. JR.. Id hands; loaled 1871;
the lormer bv Exchequer an I the latter by Blood Chief;
either can trot quarter* In 38 second* ,ad full utiles out
In 2:40; positively the taatest and cloaeit matched pair
ot lour year-old colt* in America. Chestuut i.elding
liENRY'Ton. JK , 15*-, high : loaled 18>i8: got by Henry
Tod since geided and formerly owned bv Mr. Bu< in,
now called Crank Ferguson); cau trot a mile in 2?1U
Brown Mare K ' 1.E1T, IM( high; loaled IS?S? can
?how a quarter iu 33 seconds, and trot a mil mile out in
condition better than i:?b. On June 5. six days alter her
arrival, ?he allowed a trial over Fleetwood I'ark. timed
by A. H Palmer. Esq (Vartek of the lurt. Kittldand
rarmi. IN 2M, witliout a skip, chestnut gelding ha R
HON, lil4 high, loaled UM. got by Exchequer: can pull
two men a mile better thau three minute*. Mr. Hacoti
brought ittia etock here to be sold at private gale. but
hndlog the market dull and being obliged lo return
beiore the 25th of tin* month, he Hconpelled to offer the
lot for Pusl 11V is and Pi Ke.M PTOHY aale. ll ?nvi?l
erenre la needed Mr. Bacon would refer to COL. 8. D.
Br.L'i E. oi the IBrf. Field and Farm, and this following
hew Yora Arm*. via.Blai.eniort. Mayo A Co., 82 nroad
atreet; Norton, slaughter A Co.. 41 Broad street: M.
Hoder A (<ou, I.TB Pearl atreet Ac.. Ac. Catalognea with
full particulars now ready, and can be ha" ai the >P1 KIT
and Ti K i otHce*. or at the .Mart Ho postponement on
account ot weather.
A Nl'VHKH OF THE ABOVE WILL Be) DIVKN
MILK TRIALS TO-MORROW (islNDAY) MORNING,
AT I O'CLOCK 811AKI", AT FLEETWOOD fAUK.
ALL ARK REqCBf.TKD To BE PREsENT.
ABIUHLY IMPORTANT SPBclAL AND
UNRESERVED AOCTtoN SALE
ON MONDaT, JUNK 21, Af 81 ABLE
NO S NEIL-ON PLACE, At It O'CLOCK >HAHP,
<>F THE ENTIRE STUD Of FINE FAMILY
OOACH, 8Al>DLh and KXTKA VAST TROTTtRO
UOR0E8, BLkOANT CARRIAGES, FINS IIA UN EMS,
BLANELTS, I'.nBhS, SLIKOU. BBLLs, WHIP, RC.,
AC ,
THE PROPKRTY OF J. B MARRACKIXA, ESQ..
WHO, BY ADVICE or 11 IB PIlY-ICIANi! ON AC
Cof.HT or His IKRIOUt ILL HEALTH, Is COM
FfcLLhD TO UO A B io AD. AND CO >8 HQ UK N TLT
KKLLA HU ENTIRE FINK BTOCK AT Pt'BLIC AUC
TION
N. H.-roR rCLL rARTICCLARi SB K CATA
LOO I K AND rCTL KE ADV KBTLSEMENTs; STOCK
NOW ON TRIAL AND
EXHIBITION AT 8TABLE AS ABOVE.
A-OEBAT AUCTION 8ALB
? of Horae*. t'arriag*!, Ac., Ac.
J. W. < AMI'BKLL, Auctioneer
Till A DAY (saturdayi Jane U. 1S7L
at I0H o'cloak A. m ,
at (table* of W. B tianaon, S3I and :t36 West roarth
street, corner ot Riahtli avenaa Salea conaUt oi 4 or IU
heavy truck liortaa double and single downtown
Irurjts. I ruck Harness light Wagons, Park Ptiacou,
light Harness, Lap Robes, Sheets, whips. Blankets,
Halters Ac.. Ac.; also biv Mare Nelly Orar, who has a
re. ord oi MS, and several other good rea<l and driving
Horses, with 1 brnwn running Mare. 7 vesrs old it
bands nigh, out of Black Blutcber : has run a hall mile
over Prospect Pant in 48 seconds. No poatpoowmsDt of
sale oa aeooant ot rain.
A PONT Pii^BTON. 840; EOCKAWAT, $71. ONE
loach, t!4>: Road Wason. $4? Express vs agon,
$75: set Single Harness, $1U; six seat Pnsetoa. Si5a 4
Woogter street.
Auction sale-at ion kast isth st?
near 4th a v..
Til 16 (Saturday) MORAlNo. June 1?. at 10t< o'clock,
al the aleitaut House hold lurnnure, at the private resi
dence I' 9 r.ast 13th at., near 4th ?v? to ttn1 bialuat bid
der. without reserve, constating of magniflccnt rosewood
Pianoforte, elegant Parlor -ulta. In satin, brocade and
rc|<(; Badateads. Bureaus. Wash stands. Dresatng Oasea
Warirrt* *. hair and sprin.' Maitresses. Heddinv. I aides,
Ktni/eres, Mirror*, curtains. Hronites. Vases. Buffet Ex
tension i aide, t'natrs, velvet, Hruascls Carpets: ola.aa.
China, Slirar Ware. Catlery, Ac
j KRAEMKR, Auctioneer
ASEOON D HAND MOIIT HA UK PHAETON. BY
Brewster, tor aale cheap, at HETfBICE A LAUOH
LIN'S Ubles. Itfl West i hiruetn street
"a T FLEKTWOOD STaELKS. N? WB-T FIFTT-8EO
11 oad street, near Eighth avenaa?To let, b? the
month, all new.
fine ui .st Landaa. by Hradl>v. fray A Co..
hieusnt Landau by Brewster A Co..
8npert> Merlin Coach, by nrew?ter A t o.
1 lfht and heavv Turnouts to lef, for Park and road
drivingBoard for road horses. per month.
A-doo AND TEA CARTS. IHAKTONS, LAN
. daus and road Horses and wagons to let for Je
rome Park race-er for Pars and road driving, at Fleet
wood Stables. 304 West t iftv-secotid street, near tleath
avenue. Board far road horses. $:*) per month.
KLATER A HIOOINS. I'roprietors.
A -I HAVE A 8URTLUM HTOCE OF JUMP-SKAT
. Watens. platform and pereli Phaeton*. Ac . wnlch
I will sell at a ureal reduction
K. M. 8TIVr. n.s, 144 to iti Y ast I hirty first street.
A SUPERIOR W A DON, ?STIVERS' CIECCLJJl
combination gprin* side bar ? airon n untversailv
admitted hv every . ne that investigates it to he the best,
easie-t and strongest < t any rat introduced. Call and
sec them at R. M. aTIVBR'a.Mt to 15J c ast Tbirty-flrat
atreet.
A UOTIOM 8AI K Til 18 DAY. Ai II O'CLOCK. OF
J\ new and second haul Top Btugles, Phaetons,
Rockav av- Business Wagons, seveiai uorsea. light and
h'avv Harness, Robes. Hlanuet-, addles. Ac , by COLE
A MURPHY. .)79 Pulton street Brooklyn
A-PROPF.RTY OK OKNTLKMAN SELLING OUT
? on account of going abroad, beiutitnl bav Mor
gan Mures, trot 3 mmutta, ? and 7 years, sound, kind,
aate for lady to drive; Ethan Allea Horse, 7 years,
sound, kind, trot i:SO: aide bar top luil spring top
Wagou. pole and *bait?; Road Wagoas four rnaatori]
(ipaie and double harMM. Blankets. Ac. inquire at 4
Wan NMfwatb (treat, mat mux * venue.
HOKSIiv ( AltlSIAUKS, ?C.
AT BAKKEK A SON'S
CJTY AUCTION MaKT AND NEW YOHK
1 ATI EKSALL'S,
corner of Broad way und 1 hirty-uinth street
MA.I OK C11 A.-. W. BAKKEK. AUCTION l.EK.
EEGl.'LAIl SALES of Horses. Carriage^ Ac..
fc.Vf.KV WEDNESDAY AMU SiaIUKDaY,
AI 11 O'CLOCK.
TW E.VTY-fc'i?UK hours allowed lor trial
ON EVERY HOKSli sold under warrantee.
THIS IS the only auctiou martin the Stale having the
proper labilities for allowing horses on sale?via., a large
driving ring entirely under cover and plenty ol rocui
for examination.
CATALOGUE OK SaLK THIS DAY.
AT 11 O'CLOCK,
commencing with
THE ENTJHK eiegant private establishment, aLDEB
Nl'.Y OAT ILK, Ac., the property Ol -Mr. JOSEPH .IEK*
K'.RSOX, an.| sold on account ol his Intended two years'
uli-vnoo in Europe troin prolessionai duties, and consist
ing of
PA1K OK elosely matched Keutucltv bred pay car
riage Horses, .ti high, o years old; extra action and ap
pearance.
I'AIK OK CLOSELY matched black Ponies: uu
etjuulleu lor ladie?' use.
BEAUTIFUL CHILD'S Pony. 0 years old.
ALDEKNi.y coW "Ceris;'' imported.
Al.DKKNKY COW Nelly.
ALI> KNEY COW Uaisev. 4 years old.
ALD::BNEY HBlFEit, 2 years old.
AI.Dl R.N'HY BULL t uiperor 4 yeurs old.
THE ABOVE Alderney stock Is from the herd of W.
Mcdo.NALO, Esq., of Baltimore, aud Is warranted
pure.
ELEGANT I'aKK l'liaeton, by Brewster A Co.
FINE COUPE, hV Wood Bros
TOP 1*0N' Y Phaeton, by Wood Bros.
CHILD'S BASKET Phaeton. with rumble.
ELEGANT CAKKIAGK Coupe and Pony, Harness,
Blankets, Robes Whips, Bits, Ac.
I4t.Wi.DIAl ELY AKI EK above will lie offered
A DONKEY 1 UKNoUI', consisting of gray Doukey, St
Inches high, ft years old, Que daiver aud saddler, and
wai ranted souud aud kind; aiso uog Cart, Harness aud
Girl's saddle.
i HE BAY Trotting Gelding Reno, Ifi high. 9 vo?rs old;
a very handy und prompt driver; cau beat 3 minutes,
and Is warranted kind.
KLegaNi m ItiiEL Trotting Colt, got by Bathgate's
Sirocco out of the Russell mare, by Boston Boy. 16 high,
6 years nlu ; an ?xiru stylish Iree and pieasiint driver;
w as never handled tor speed auJ can trot in 2:40: gen
tle tor anyone to drive and Is warranted sound aud
kind. Also top Wagon, bv Dusennurv A Nolsou; Koad
Wa.'on, oy Stivers; Durness, Ac.; sold on account of
oh ncr going to Europe.
LARGE .-OHKkL Gi'iding. got by Burgher, 15'; high,
8 yearn old; a flue und easy driver; cau trot iu J:fio and
is warranted kind. Also no-top Koad Wagou, by Du
senbury; Harness, Ac.
KOlt ACCOUNT ol whom it may concern?A very
styti<h aud handsome bay Gelding. 15H high. t> rears old.
HAY PU> Y Make. 14 high, Id years old; tree, easy
driven pertect for iadiearor children's use aud war
ranted k;ud.
CfMnlNED DAKK bay saddle aud haruess fielding,
Kentucky bred. 1434 Ingu. n years old; prompt driver;
cau trot in 3 minutes; tine uuder saddle aud is war
ranted sound und kind.
WITHoUt EXCEPTION one ol the most elegant bay
Kentucky bred saddle Horses in the State, is l.">\ high,
7 years old: has hue style; goes all known g?lu; is
built to carry a heavy mail and is warranted sound.
I A.ST BAY Trottlnt' Gelding, got by Ben Abdullah
out of Xenla, by Kysdyk's Hambletouian. bred by Uon.
A. B. Conger; 14Js high, (J years old; au elegant driver;
uutraiued and cau trot in l :Xl, und is warranted sound
and kind.
HEAtJ I 1KUL BaY Trotting Gelding, got by Etlian
Allen, l&>9 high. 7 years old; without exception'Is one
of the pleasautest aud flnest ..rivers ever hitched; has
never had hut Hu e handling for upeei aud can show
uow a forty gait and trot a lull mile out in 2:50; tears no
locomotive: can be driven by a child with safety and Is
warranto i souud and tint
I'AKK rHAEl'oN. by Broome street Brewster.
NO TOP KOAD Wagon, by McFherson.
TOP PONY' Phaeton, by George 11. Close.
NO TOP PONY Phaeton, by Cio?e.
ToP SIDE bar Wagon, by Brewster.
NEW a>D .sECOND hand Harness, Horse Clothing,
Saddles, Bridles, Whips. Halters, Ac.
KORTY OTili'.R top and no top Koad Wagons, depot,
express aud business Wagons. Carriages, Ao.
TWENTY OTHER Horses.
FULL DESCK1 PI ION at sale.
saLe.s NEVEK postponed on account of weather.
A?MAJOR (HAS. W. BARKER. AUCTIONEER.
? Mr. GEOROi- D. HAX.NA, o*" Bouroon county,
Kentucky, announces hu fourth anil positively last
great sal* of the season ot the tautest green Trotter* und
most elegant all Halted saddle Horses, just arrived I'rom
Kentucky, to t?i sold at liarker A oil's City Auction
Mart am1 New Yi rk Tattersall*. corner ol Broadway and
Thirty.ninth street, on Saturday, June 26, at eleven
O'clock.
TUB STOCK Oi >MPRISE3 seventeen Dead, that can
trot in trotn three minute* down to 2:40, - ml includes
the get of H. rr's Mambrino 1'atclien, Flylus' Cloud, Jr.,
trri.nsou, Ac. All warranted lu every particular.
K.OCK WILL arrive at the Mart on Wednesday, June
23. when Dr. John W. Clark, a^ent tor Mr. llanna, will
be on nand to give everybody un opportunity ol trying
trie speed or sad Jie qtnllttes of any ol the lot before the
sale.
CATALOGUED can be had at the Spirit and Turf of
fice*, orat BAREKR A toO.N'd. corner of Broadway and
thirty ninth street
sALK W11 UOU 1' reserve or postponement
ALiE.Ni Y KOK SALK OK BREWhTER A CO., OK
BROOM al.lth.KT. 6MO.NO HAND CARRUOkS.
Landau*. 6 pass exu-u-ion tpp 1'naetou*.
l.andaulette*. < p*-?* hall top 1'haeton*.
Dog i urU t'. npe Kockaways.
Coupe. liuuiMe top 1'baeton.
1:' ROAD AND TOP Bumble no top I'liaeton.
Wagons. 6 pass hall tup Phaetons.
Cabriolet*.
AND OTHER STYLES OP VEHICLE*.
A. & PLANDRAU.
ST! and 374 Broome st. (old statu 1 of Brew*ter A Co.)
VERY FINE PONY-BUILT HOUSE, 14 HaNDS HIi.U.
suitable lor ladies' phaeton. f> years old; gentle and
kind ; dark gray color. 'M Wooatar street.
An eleoant stives*' Top wagon, thr-r
quarter. very light, patent cotol'.nation springs,
good a* new: only run a lew times; at 22 YVooster street
A? bL.BUA.VT
. T CAKfS, CABRIOLETS. KOCKAWAYS
and 1'onv Phaetons,
latest designs and flueat quality
A. S. PLANDRAU.
37- and 374 Broome street (old stand of Brewater A Co.)
A HANDSOME BAY KPNrOl'KY IIORSK. 1.1H
A hands. ? yearat a tree, stylish driver in all harness;
a first clas? horse; everyway warranted Apply at
private (table, ^58 West Twenty-secoud street
By virtue op a certain chattel mort
gage. I will expose to sale at No. MU Third avenue,
one drop centre Coach, satin tufted, on Saturday. Juae
10, U7S, at 10o'clock a. M. .-ale positive
JAM r.s MAXWELL. Attorney lor Mortgagee.
Board por horses.?ckmlembn going
abroad, or others wishing tnalr horses wetl cared
lor will Dud excellent pasturage, atmn.lance ot (Hade
an i water, at 1' per month; horses grained aadexer
ci-ud by eareiul drivers, Sid; best reference*. Address
J. D. M . NowbttW, -V V_
/1ARR1 AGES.?TWO NICE STYLES DKI'OT WAGON-,
\J second hand light an t top wagon*, tour and Six
seat l'hae ions. Ac., at R. M. sfl> EES', 144 to UJ East
Ttilrty-flrst street ,
DBPOT WAGONS.?DEPOT WAOONS WITH AND
without top*, trimmed with leather, own make, at
a bargain. 1.504 Broadway, corner of Forty -sixth at
poR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Bargain* ia Carriage*.
Large stock both new ami second hand, at halt price,
to seattie stock, at our w.?rero.>m? M uroad wav. before
Juiv I, when we shin close the (tore and remove tae
business to 1$ I n.on square.
i.anUana. Clarencea, Coapas, baroaohe*. Victoria'.
Phaetons, T Carta, top and open Warons, Depot Wagons,
Pony Khaetone; ail atylaa; great barf am*.
BRADLEY. PRAY A CO.,
408 Broadway.
HAMILY HOUSE, Top Bl'OOY PHAETON. BoCK
r away and Harness tor sale cheap : other atylee: new
end second hand Carriages an 1 Harness; bargains.
Manufacturers' Union Carriage Repository, S3> Broad
way.
L'LAMD I 4 U WAGON.
A The driving public are solicited to inspact o?r
Standard Wagon, witn
Brewster A Co.'* patent ?ide bar attachment,
making the
BEST ROAD WAGON EVEE PRODI . KB.
A. S, PLaNDRaU,
373 and 374 Broome St. (old *tand of-Hrewsicr A Co.)
HOB SALE?SIX MULES, AL O TWO LAROB WAO
r on*. suitible tor bu?iness or express company.
AppW to P LOKILLARD A CO.. Waaningtoo and Urst
street*, Jersey City.
UOR itAI-E?HaMBI.ETONIAN HORSE. BAY, 7
F vear? old. I?H hands ; can show 2:30; also side bar
tot> fcsgon by Brewster; Harness, ke. Apply to owner.
OS Broad wav, room tl
|>ob sal1^aF a haoripick, a poub whkel
r top I'o.' c*rt bull' by Wood Brothers snd double
Harness at XlLbC -table. S4 West Niuetaanth street
FIliK SALE?A VERY STYLISH ANII HlOHIsY BRED
I'nglish Cob: bl<M>d n*y ana lilacs points: is guar
anteed perfectly sound, gentle and well eaite 1: arlee
$\S>. Ini|ture ot Mr. SL tis<?iR, of Uirkei's Riding
school, corner of Fifth avenue and lhirty-ninth street.
F'OR SALE?SI 41.LION. HAKE BAY. I XCKLLE.NT
pedi.ree- s|y|i*h. ta-l and warramed sound and
gentle tuitabla for gentleasan't road horse or stuck pur
poses. never b-en trained, an I can show better than M:?4i
gait; * 111 b* s?dd cheap a? owner n al>oat t.. leave the
city and ha?n. nse lor him Apt Iv at LABB * stable,
Plity eiahtli street, near Madison aveaae.
JftOR ^ALE?A SPLE.NDID PAIR OP BAY HOR>K*.
1 IS*% hands high: youna. |<eriectiy s.>tia<i sml kind:
very ?tyils!i drivers: can tra\ el 13 miles an hour Appiy
at 1?2 Kast Twenty-l'oortb street
CpOB SALE?A SPLENDID DARK BBOWN i OtlPB
r Horse. 1< hands high Apply at (tables 12* Clintou
place.
'?Hi SALE?FOR ?7. UOftSP 16 HANDS, POB
want ol use. 103Barrow street, New York.
FH)B SALK CHhAP. ?C'RO ? MATCHKD TEAM.
che?nut and black: 'ault* am Imperfection*
will be explained: no misrepresentations, fair trial,
worthy of attention. Call at >o. 4 r a*t iwsnty eighth
?troct.
HABNKS .?THE I'll EAPEiT HARNESS STORE IN
New Vork, good Htiggv llarnes-. hand made gl7;
gooJ Orocer'e Harness, $ji, tool Milkman's Harness,
|:?ii gool Double Truck Harness. Ju ?oou -stable Blan
ket. Si W flene call and examine for yourselves
FI.Mlr.RA o BOK.m- , 71 B-irolav str. < t. ^ew York.
HAR.VF-SS-OOOD BUOOY har>es>. II ANII made,
irom $14 to |S0 per *et SBo Harness larminv. team
lint, trucking, carting, contractora. Ilverv stable*, gro
errs. liusine?s and pleasure use. at tf.e very lowest poasl
hle prices: good assortment of -heet*. Lap Dosters Sc..
Ac at low prices: please call and examine C. 8 JoL
LEV, ft Murray street, between Church street and Col
lege place. New York.
HA RSF.-SS, RID! NO SADDLES. LINEN AND
woolen hor*v Clothing, Lap Dusters, tr. ; lar^e
* <i k, grea' variety and the lowest po*slbte prices. E.
BARILKl l', tS Warren street, curner < o lege place.
Vl lour RO K\W\Y, in COMPLETB ORDER, FOB
lJ $143; aiso light Wagon, in complete order, with sat
oi Harness, tor $80. Appt/ st SS Waiter ttrsat, near
Broadway.
HOKSKS, CARB1AQES. <KC.
Nr0 REASONABLE OFFER RECUSED FOR A
Stiver* top Wagon in good order ; necessity; oppor
tunity ; enough Mild. 298 third avenue.
ONK BREWSTER lOP SIDE BAK WAGON, ONE
Difeeutmrv A Van Duwr do., two Victoria*, one
tlx scat I'ark Phaeton, one extension top limit tour teal
I'liu tou. one <uriaih Coach, ?>y Brewster: one lierlin
< oach, one Clarence. by Brewster Skeleton Wagoui,
Calfrv ulkie*. Depot Wag'Hi, top anil open shd<- neat
Wagons. top aud'op*-n hx press Wajons, Harness. Whlpa,
Sheet*. Ac. WM. I?. GRAY, 20 and 21 Woo?erst
PARK PHAKTON Knit SALE < IlKAP?BUILT M
John K. Lawrei-.ee A On. : if in perfect or Jar for Im
mediate use : can t>e ae< n at private stable No. 122 Weal
1 ighteenth street For particulars apply ai 76lipid *t.
oiinips iio.vukopa run; veterinary chart,
r? with Illustrations, snowing the part* or the horse,
dikea.se>. Ac., with plain direction* lor the uao ol th?
rained ie a.
SMI'IH'S llomn'opa'.hlc Pharmacy, 107 Fourth av,
QaDDLB KOMI fOB - \l. -?OKIIL, MK HA.ND8,
thoroughly broken u> -adlle ami very easy; three
quarters running slock; iree driver but not fast; aold Ibr
want of uia. Apply at 31 Hurling sup. New York.
The metropolitan printing establish.
MKNT, No. 213 Broadway, are prepared to do every
variety of Printing, Wood Engraving and Lithograph?
at very low rate*.
rpop PHAETON, HARNESS AND GENTLE UOR^B,
i tor a lady, tor Kale cheap: price phaeton aid
harness nearly new; will sell separately. Addraaa
FRANCES, box 1.726 Post office.
T
HE EVENING TELEGRAM
TONIGHT, A> USUAL,
HAS ALL THE LATEST NEW*.
WE AKE offering THE REMAINDER OP OUR
Stock ol tine Carriages. slightly damaged
by water nt the recent Are in our wareroom*,
at price* 20 per cent below cost.
Landau*. Landau let*, Coaohet,
Broughams. Coupe*.
Brett*. Victoria*. Cabriolet*,
six-seat Rockaway*. Coupe Rockaway*.
T Carta, l ight Rocknwax, Bugglea,
rony Phaetons
A. F. DEMARRST A CO..
623 and 6!0 Broad war.
\\rE OFKElt THE FOLLOWING SECOND HAND
"V Carriages at very low price*;?
3 Coupe*. 1 T Cart.
3 six-teat Rockaway*, 1 hall top tour seat Phaeton,
2 l oupe Rjckawavi 1 top Pony Phaeton,
1 light tour-seat ltoeltawav. 3 top Buggies.
2 Coaches. 1 top iump seat Buggv.
_ A. r. DIMARH8T A CO.'S, and ?SJ0 Broadway.
<t?-| n() FOR A DUSENBURY A VaNDUSER LIOHT
?P-L"vr full *pr|ng top Buggy. In tine order; alao *eve?
more cltv-bullt fop Bugglea, lump veat. and Phaeton,
price* $125 to 9300; coupe Horse. Trotting Mare and a
very last ol<l Hur*e, olieap. 124 West Nineteenth street
lIl'Jl Wl ?STYLISH SORREL COUPE OR ROAD
iBOUU. MARE. BY ERICSSON, DAM THOROUGH
Surd, is.s high, 7 years old trotted las?
JUNE I.N 2*7 ON FLEETWOOD SOUND AND KIND,
AT FERGU ON'S. 1U3 WEST FIFTY-THIRD STRKET.
KOK HALE,.
A FINK SAMPLE ROOM FOB SALE CHEAJ1?GOOD
business location; also corner t<lquor store* on
Elgnth avenue; corner Liquor store* in Brooklyn; alao
Roadaide Hotels. Restaurant*.
MITCHELL'S Store Agency. 77 Cedar atreet.
A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM FOR SALE?
Located at 136 Fulton atreet. Commercial Advertiser
bulidliu'. Price $3,U>J. For terms applv at TV Broadway.
\ NEATLY FITTED UP Llyi "K STORE. IN >
A good location in isouth itreet. doing a good boilneta,
at a low rout. Apply to 1'HOMA.S GaFFNEY, Auc
tioneer 17 Centre (treat.
1.-ior ( HEAP PRINTING CALL ON THE METRO
F POI.li'A.V 1'RiRTING ESTABLISHMENT, Na 216
Broad wa v.
Ipo.: katl?i MfflXt MiOHIffl manufactory
11 ,v. ?n .ucceMtui operation; ill the lm>u flitureY
KOOit Mlll, 4c,; ha* Lieeu catebllabed 10 year*? now marf*
ut.?ctiirni^ live different model* of machine'*' an bern
llloruujiily mated and are meeting witn readV aala ^3
l? ?r 'ddr"" k *
F^ok 8alk?MAUBLE SODA WATER A ppa k atfjfil
all styles, at a arreat reduction; Ottawa Ueer Koua
^utt SALE?a FlKar class bajcbry. inql/'iab
*' ?8Chry?n? ?tr? t, in the aalonn.
thlX,h^uMtJVwD0qjitgtW^ Iwenty-ninth .ss
F"? j?fi!ra HOOT AND SHOE stokk DOING
r??. ? i".?*y" over bsmwu a year: long lease chVaa
rent, uo humbuir ; a live man can clear over tlu ikio ?
year and .tore eapenaea. addre., y ? *
F??^jtAK tt.tcoknk.k l[quor~(STORE. doing A
a good business, will be aold for si juu eaur terma
n^firoVd'a'ir.elto ' to JOUN ^ KAVaiTa UGH
rioa sale?bagatelle table, four puTi *r ?
? i^u'ni'; lST b"r ou"" a?e Uouor Bar conmif
ti*???? LIBERAL TERMS?a flocrishirto
latitat e**&?jg2?K?
F?5wk1LK c,ie*P-A CIGAR STORK AT ssfl
s????aaw
F^marhh.1-; s*c"an?k_ v PAPER BAO tl'BIS'o
? ? ?a( hiiic, lor unking papor bans of a**v n/n ??,?? *
flour .ae* to * amall M? ba? or Su&hFofVLfmflZ
mb'Vart withtu a boy can do from xu to ii
1^1 with the machine: the ouLy machine for tale
in rONSBgCK.sck or removal will hbll pibb
ilrmt 'Iwoiiil^tw1^ iucl1*^ ,0r ^ 307 ea" rw*1'*
mcmwgr.
| k?iswjs.?. wasajf'^ r"!5"?3
Fob sale?a steam boiler apply at x
Columbia ureet, New York city.
PA!Rnrf!?! ,1,hV,1. l wanthd-i.v oooo
cmnc? "nlia?i"iptifa 1 * C" *'w r?"
ruttr-stt neVViui
ctf.am rxoihi FOR Sai.E?so 1jorse PuVPli
? 5- make, governor cut off an J guaraiJ
rpo PRINTERS. " "?
, *? hare for nale:
1 aecond han.l nv-diurn Gordon Preaa.
I aecoiM hand ?ih medium uordon Preaaea
1 new ?th medium Deaner.
i new % medium Degner.
FARM Kit, LITTLE A CO.. Btw York.
w
ax i ED.
ArfHr... I w w "ijfv "0a'' ro,,*r
aaarem J. w w , bo* lih HeraUl office.
va< (ITS. ntka.tfiioatb.
A cftfpbr fastknku howboat foie baTeZT
Ajf? SSgSt
l^or male?YAl'Hf vhsta, iw TOMS' ftJLLT
150 u h?T!!.iiR ?AJfr T(l "hip-miielu cll'b.
i u hlti LAll, iwiijlitf, s?l11)<* boilf* |?j| an! pa<?
! oau MMbined. use ui lie ijietmaU. all cheap.
?tbphr.fl *oj?k.rt-. Mi and .^75 -..mh itreet
1 I7M -r,?? ."ai.k-stka* yacht BLACK
?'y"' Hawli, ]?m long, will carrv 5 to lu
?on?; in aplenliil t,r!er aid rhe faat- ?t v^^ht on th?
rirer BuYD a chask, 1 Kth ?r/.t ItMt B?5?r
FtINT okkkk hmicit
DOST ohfick .fOTH'B.?tllri mails for KCBOPB
X for the mil lug Katurdar. June 19. 1874 will
clo?e at this offlce aa foliowa:-?on Vvedneailav at ll'iso a_
a m"^\uITht "" *a- *-r ?"?? o?"?urd.V atnjl
a m md t l. JAMES. I'oatmaatar.
*?? RMti k*..
A priv ate; family will sell maqxtficext
l ' awing >ui ? eoveied In aarln co?t sotu
Kior sj*>.d.,..v u. rurai*h .im. sl'wrrpsatt ?w Car!
t Mirrora. Bookcaav, Centre I'ntilo; pinnofortr s2s0'
jmt con.nl.-U. wit# OreiMiiwr iV* ?rs ?i.
ward: Be-ldiug. Hutf-t e*t?n^ .n tablea ch?ir, tZ
m at private reald.n , u? ?, ,
A sai)hlpick,-??(>r salk AT pr1vatw
i
Sitting Kmnn suit*. ?<. s3* an i s?> s?inw>.
forte Bronae-. Curtail. ( ar?et? i hami^bnlipwssi
b?reau?* iuli "?"re-'-a. Bedding. Beditaa&a
,111 'lining Kurn.t?r?s n a?? China Sit
[ ww,r* * ,r?' ??<???'n<-e Il eal! lmm?,n."?i. 0">*'
A -jrkkkt'* and aoMTHLY paymevt8 rnm
t\iAvnpum.zi
tnmen?e stock and low prieca W"1
al'CIIO.n am. pixno vwkkrdum^ s9 ist.,1
& ?&SrZfSjs?x*<v'
. ? ;.?? ' ? v.'.'i
fXCHANOE?a GOOD CARPET SO
1 yania: been litiu-n?ad hv nrirat. i.mii-. ?n. ?
low or trade tor a Solitaire Olainond at faTr ?|j1 !tf
* u- 1,u? "i herald i p'tow'^Brinoh offliT
n: as? sp?sisx&. *"?
' j: . .. m&KK
via.\i|;o ao ft ilthas^ **
ff
w ICE HOCmS HUTTaBI r for a
kboin axlj. tHat 'ii w itamil m
^ Kclrtfifitor. Meat kiooa and m*wt oil
tl!ueVii4 otttei!1 n 1 4"4 a4umi

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