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THE NEW YOR1THERALD.
WHOLE NO. 14,523. ? NEW YORK. THURSDAY, JUNE 1. 1876.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?1 1th Pack?2d, 34 and4th cols.
ASTROLOGY?12th Pagk?Oth col. ?
BILLI ARDf?1 lTM fiCI-'ill Ml
BOAKDEKS WANTED?'.'d I'ami?3d and 4lh coll.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED? -i> Pacb?4th eol
lust NEKS OPPORTUNITIES?Oth PAGK-Ota eol.
. BUSINESS NOTICES?7th PAGK-?th eol.
(MTV HEAL ESTATE KdK MALE-4* PAGK-lst col.
CLERKS AND SALESMKN-Htu Pack?5th and 6th
colt.
CLOTH I SO?2d Pack?8th col.
COACHMEN AND UARDENERS? llT? PAOB-6tb cot
coastwise steamships?i?t pag??5thandothcola.
copartnerships?wth Pack?flth cou
COUNTRY HOARD?2d PAGK-i(h eol.
DANCING ACADEMIES-111* Pagk-M ovL
DENTISTRY?11th Pack?2d col.
DRY GOODS-Irr PAGK-ethcol
DWELLING HOUSES To LET. FURNISHED AND CN
KURNISHED?2d Pagk?id col. .
ECROPKAN STEAMSHIPS?1st l'AOi-4th and Mh cola.
EUROPE-2d Pass??th col.
EXCURSIONS?1st PA?*-?theoU
FINANCIAL?uth Page?5th and Oth cola.
FOR HALE-2D Pagk?ttth col. _??? , ?
FURNISHED BOOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2n Pagk?2d and ^d cola.
FCRN1TU RE-Utd Pagb?2d eol. ,
HELP WANTED?KKMALES?1-tii PAC*-?th col.
HELP WANTED?MALES?11th PAOB-Sthicol.
HORSES, CARRIAGES. Ac.?1st Paub-34, 3d aid 4th
cola.
HOTELS?2d Page?4th and 5th col*.
HOUSES, ROOMS. AC.. WANTED?3? PAOB-Oth col,
INSTRUCTION?IlTH PAGit-i'd coL
LECTURE SEASON?1 1th PAGK-adcol.
LOST AND FOUND?1? Pagk? lat col.
MACHINERY?2d Pagk?Ctb col.
MARRLE MANTELS?1st pAGB-Oth eoU
MEDICAL?2d Pagk?6th col. ......
MILLINERY AND DRHSSM AKINO?1*T Pa<M?flth eol.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS? 10ra Pack?#th
ool.
MUSICAL?11 th Pack?2d eol.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?7tm 1'agB?6th ool.
l'ERRON AL-Ut Pag*?liit col,
PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. AC.?11th PaGK-24 coL
POST OFFICE NOTICE-11TH pAGK-2d col.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
12th Pagk?0th ool. . _
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOB SALE OB TO
KENT?2a Pack?lstcol.
REAL ESTATE TO KXCHANGE?20 Pagk?lat cot
SEAL E8TATE WANTED?2d Pagk-1st coL
RELIGIOUS NOTICES?1st Pagk?lit ool.
BEWARDS? 1?t Pagk?lat ool.
RALES AT AUCTION?11th ragb?4th and Oth oola.
SITUATIONS WaNTED-tKEMALES? 12th PAGx-lat, 3d,
3d, 4th, 5th and fltb cola.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?12*ii rA0?-6th col.
SPECIAL NOTICES-Ist Pack?lat and 2d col-, i
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS. AC.?1st PAGK-2d eol.
STORAGE?2d Pack?6th col.
SUMMER RESORTS?2d Pagk?Mh col.
THE TRADES-11th Pagk??th col.
THE TURK?lar PAO*-2d col.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PUBP08ES-2d Pagk?let and
2d oola
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?1st PA?K-6ttt eol.
UNFURNISHED ROOM8 AND APABTMBNTS TO LET?
2n Pagk?3d col.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?11th PAOK-2J eol.
Watches, jewelry, Ac.?2d Pack-mii coi.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OB
TO LET? 'd Pagk?lat ool.
WINKS. LIQUORS. AC ?12th Faob?6th col.
fACHTB. STEAMBOATS. AC.-IOth PAGK-Otheol.
PEK'sO'li AL>.
AffSffflSS.?saiLoks. officers and pas'sEn
gors on vessels captured by the Alabama and other
Confederate cruiser* can obtain puymint tor loaaea by ap
plying before June 0, to Captain CHARLES S. MAY, 60
South at., in atore.
* A DORA?FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE COME HOME OR
A let me hear front you. You can have everything your
own way Irom your heart broken husband. F.
AB. M.-WILL BE AT 0. FRIDAY ATONEWHY
? did yon not respond to laat despatch? A. B. M.
A ~R~E3PONSIHlS~FAMfWrSHP.S TO ADOPT A
XX healthy small infant lrom birth to two months old.
Apply to DR. BO IT. No. 47 Weat 18th St.
BBAO-YOUR LETTER RECEIVED: WE WILL
? let you up and pay yon veil; no humbug: let ns hear
Trout you; letter for you at Herald office. P. A CO., 300.
0 HICAUO sTiTW.^1SND~ADDRE8S TO SEEB!
INFORMATION WANTED?AS TO THE WHERE
abonta of John H. Van Slyck. late of Buifalo: II alive,
and he will communicate his whereabouts, he will alleviate
the sufferings of tainlly; if dead, proof of sncli will bo liber
ally rewarded, business arranged as far as possible without
his pretence. Communioate with G. U.YOUNG, 42 Cort
landt st.. New York.
IF THIS sVlTTlILD MEET THE EYE OF ANY ONE
having seen nn advertisement in the Herald for hairs to
(state ol Jacob He Am. deceased, of Cansda. they will be
repaid lor their trmiMa by lendinic the date of said paper to
CANADIAN, box 104 Herald office.
IF TBCTH WILL SAY WHEN AND~WHERE HE CAN
be seen, the Interview will be considered and treated as
confidential by SILKNCE.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF HONORA, JEREMIAH
and James O'Snlllvan, by their mother. Call on or ad
dross Mr. CONNOI.i.V, Castle Garden.
TOSIK?PLEASE WRITE AGAIN SAME ADDRESS;
O will explain mistakes.
1OSI EPAMV^BYlirCK; NEXT WEEK SURE. ~
tl IDA.
N
R
El HE.?I AM BACK AGAIN AT 117 SAME STREET
come soe me immediately. MAGGIE WEST.
ATTON BRANIE WILL FIND GHlRTE BROWN, OF
East 27th St., at West 31st St.
THE GENTLEMAN WHO SUGGESTED OPPOSITE
telograph office deaires the lady's acquaintance. If
sirreeable, please address Saratoga, Hciald Uptown liranoh
>ffice.
B.?MEET AS BEFORE; MEANTIME BE TRAN
? quil; write. FIFTEEN.
WILLIAM CAMERON. M.. WILL HEAR OF SOME
thtuu to hia advantage by addressing a letter to the
Herald Philadelphia Branch office.
ILL THELTdY IN LIGHT BROWN DRESS AND
dark straw hat. with blue veil, who rode from ferry
lo 16th st., Wednesday raornlntf, make the acquaintance of
fentlemaii who showed Herald ou platform of ear f Ad
res*, for uext fortnight, CAUTION, box 4.3S1 Poet oflioe.
New York.
?ONE OK 1I1KM WEIGHS A LITTLE OYER l>i
? carat; one corner longer than other; one the color
sftopas flat; also one small one sliape of pear. You will
Bnd letter at Herald Uptown Branch oBlce. which will ex
plain to you everything satisfactory; also reason fur notglv
ng name and nd Irexs. G. Z.
-ANY DAY~ AND THE WHOLE DAY;
sooner the better; pray excuse me; been absent.s
DBML
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24.
RELIGIOUS UOTICK8.
TOJ? LIST C H URCI I.
ifl 1. Laying of corner stone next Sunday, at 4 P. M.
Tickets for seats on grand balcony for sale at No. 0 Warren
it. and at church office, ."ifnh st. aud 9th av. Ordinary s.ats,
V.'cents; reserved ?o*t?, f I.
LOST AND rui?b. ~~
LOST-A ~DOG, HALF NEWFOUNDLAND. Sf.
Bernard; red, white robe; collar on. ALBERT
11 UCtjOS, 14<> Eust 14th st. Liberal reward will be given
at the above address.
L~ dsT-lTTU"0B 1STH APRIL, 1N SIXTH AVENUE
car, between 5 and OP. M.. a silk I mbrella, carved
Ivory handle, with eorxl spots. Full value slvcn If returned
to Mrs. KANN V HARROW, 2J Easi 35ih St.
KKH AKDo.
jS> B g(J AI> W A Y."N E AKWAEL
IJ>?) at., a portion of harness. back (trap, hip strap and
cropper, marked "H." 5<> East 32d i>(.
a?1/k IKtWvRD FOR~ TUK RETURN OP A SPITZ
O I ' * - Uoir. Unit on 6th a*., near 33d it., last Wednesday.
147 WesliWth (t.
<S>1 (\ REWARD FOR THE RETURN To 064 <iP.EK.V
vl." wich n. <>l a black and tan Do;t answering tu the
tame ol "Prince."
<h-/I KEWAHD?FOR A LIGHT rtKYB TKRRIER;
answers to name of Tin. The finder will receive the
above reward bjr returning him to 3ft We?t -*V?tli ?t.
specIaL ifoficEk.
MERICaN IN8TITCTE.-A RI-GCLAll MEETING (TP
this Institute will he held at its rooms in the Cooper
Building on Thursday, the bth day of June, at H I*. M.
O. CLEVELAND. President.
Chaulss McK. Lkosih, Recording Secretary.
"T"?TsAAC U. BOYCE. 9rf BHOA OWATr lawyer.?
A> Divorces olitaiued promptly. withont publicity: deser
lion, incompatibility. baoltual drunkenness. infidelity, In
human treatment, conviction of felony. Passports obtained.
" ~ll disk a sks~ i > r~ t hk blood "and"nekvoua
A1
system treated: snccestdnl and permanent cures imar
eutecd: consultation tree. Dr. WEST'S old establised of
bce. 45 Bleecker St.. near Broadway.
A TTENTIOjTi-TWKXTV~yEAns ~PKU?SfAN 1I08
JrL pital experience; diseases of men In all its branches,
even nl long standing, a specialty. Consultation and medi
cines free. 31. J A CO Hi, M. I)., IHI Hleeckcrst.
J'M ?a.?all"Frizes cashed"in ?;<?i.ijatthiS
J\? office. Third Louisiana gold distribution.
New Orleans, J nly UW. |H7ll
Capital prise 9KI0.UUU gold!!
8,600 priies amounting to $302,500.
20.0 0 tlcki'ix #50 currency. Coupons In proportion.
Apply lor information Ac., to WILLIAMSON A CO.,
broker*, 317 Broadway. Post office box 6,038.
a ?first Prize," s- ii w.u?*r<; u lu '
jt\.? Main drawing ?l the
Ducal Brinswiak Government Lottery,
from May 10 to J one 0. IWti.
01I,.V?I tickets. 28JM0 prites.
Royal Havana Lottery.
Next drawlngJune 6, |h70.
Full explanatory circulars l>-ee.
THEODORE ZSCHOCH,
Bo* 5,5*J4 Post office. 1 Iti Nh??uu St.. New York.
?KhML'rKY STATE LOTTEIM KS OF ~j7~ S.
. SMITH A CO.
KK.HTt.'CK V. 1CTTRA Rill 4C-rOI 187*.
82, 7S, 2U, -#!?. .1.1, 24. H, 23. "JU. 41. C2. 33, 42, C3t
XK.NTtrCXY. CLASS 4t?i-rOK 1H70.
78. 10, 68. 14, 57. 18. Ml, 43. -H. 54, S. 4*. 17, 31
All orders address B. NATHAN, 181 Broadway, or box
4.H70 Post office. New York.
?PAKKH KME BHON TT< a.
? Kentucky Mate Lotteries, drawn daily.
Royal Havana Lottery, drawn every 17 days.
Kentucky Single .\tiMoer l.otterv, drawn June -4, 1876,
Prizes cashen, liiiorroutiou furnished and circulars ftaa.
_1*0 Broadway, post office box *?.27J New York.
DI8KASKH OP MEN A BPECfALTV
II EN MY A. I)aN I ELs. M. D., 144 Lcxlngtoa ??.,
sear 29th ?t. Office hours from 8 to 3.
fviycTrceS yc i etly-fok ~in?;om pati rimty.
X-f separation, Ac.; in any State ; pav when divorced: ad
vice free. AMERICAN LAW AUaHtiT,71 A?tor lloose.
Havana lottery?Ixext mcAwixii "oF rmwo
tickets and fono.o*) prills. June R. ls7rt. For i.ar
tlcnlara address B. MAKTlNi./. A CO., No. iu Wall at.,
Mtaemci.t. Po?t office |M>x 4.HS0. N. p.Highest price paid
far Spanish gol i and Havana Bask hills. Drafts on Havana
In all amounts leaned.
E* *%?>N0 wilA. 3lT?T AY., a^TWHRN IRTtf AND
I mil st a ; Chinese laundry; new alnrts, old shirts;
best washing nf all kinds dona.
"IjaS I.tn * I IN I' li IZ C.s." K V e. MY O III KM 1M2RET
. aptlie Kentucky state : In-:le number Uraiwt Dls
(rioatlon draws June 24. So.ikk) tlckats. 25,4'J) prizes.
W liuie ticket*. ?lti; halves, R"i j quarters, (ij ,",l)
Hny?l Havana Lottery, to be drawn June &
Whole tickets. f.M: toutbi and twentieths la proportion.
Kentucky State Lotteries, drswa dally.
Por inlormatlon. aircu.ara, Ac., address or apply to
7ACK80N A "CO., Bankers, 2UI Broadway, New Vorbelty.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
K-rCMKONIO CATARRH. DEAFNESS f IMPROVED
method iniuniautoiii ptrmnntot mre?.
? "j>ruTODDARD. Xo. 8 W?*? Mthst.
\TFRVOCS EIHAC8T10jr.-A MEDICAL K88AY
comprising * of tocior?? d#1i*#r?d *t Kahn ? Mu
Kt-um of An:?l?iuv. N?* *or* ?? tbe ^ c?r#,?I "
mature Decline, nhowiug indisputably how lost health may
be regaiue d. affording a clear synopsis ol tha lrapadimanU to
marriage and the treatment ol nervous and physical debility,
being the result of "JO veora' experience. Price _3 cents. Ad
drei? Ill" author. Dr. L. J. KAUN, office and residence 31
K??t lit It st. NawYerk.
O^Zo F FI r IA L D R A WIX G S KENTUCKY STATE LOT
.TerieV-SlMRONS * DlfclINSO^U.?.?rj
krvtl'l'IT k\tha CLAM ho. J>?7?May *?l, Ir*7w.
13 ?*i" ^. ?*. O. 38. 17. 12. 40. T). tt.
KKSTrCKT, CLASS NO. 358? HAY 31. 1878.
18. 31. ?'-? '>3. 23. lO. 47. 7?, fl. 38. 3. 41- ^ 14
H*X*r. tXTRA CJLASS_XO. 257?*AT 31. I87a
on 1(J A 21, 40, 2l% *\1% 4*>, J, 3. i5, 451.
'hkmt, CtUM HO. 2-">K?JIAV 31. "f70
77 54 12 55 23. 50. -7, 48, 74. J4, 44, 14, 13, 7*
Poll information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTK
A CO., 2UO Hroa<lway. or box 4.WU) Po?t office.
/x^^i.aooTS PRIZES?EVERY OTHER TICKBt A
0. Prise.?SIMMON'S A DICKINSON'Bo!ngle num be r
Kentucky Slate Lottery to be drawn June 24.1878.
peicea oul o( -T0,0U? tickets vnlao Royol Havana to IMS J?"?
inJun.tl 1*78. J. CLUTK * CO.. 200 Broadway, or box
4,U8? Post office
DEOl'LE'S PROTEST-?*A88 MBETINO IN TOKP
JT Kins xjuare. FrldoJ evening. June 2, 18.8, at 8 o clock,
auainsi the action ol the Park Commissioners in reference
to the above park. Prominent speakers will address the
meeting. For cholrman.
S Kr axil I Secretoriea.
N H ?111 case of ruin the meeting will be held at Coneor
dU Hall. No*. 28 and 30 ar. A. _
PtUCR OR HEMORRHOIDS RADICALL* CURED.?
Original. painless treatment; two to four weeks re
united ? no fees until cured; circulars tr?e.
Dr. STODDARD, only office So. 8 West 14th it.
TDOYAL HATANA~ToTTERY.-S*wj?) WILL BE
Jtv drawn on Jnae H. Prlsos cashed: orders Blled: Infor
mation lurnisbed; highest rates paid for Spanish bills, gov
'"rAVlAm"* CO.. Bankers. No. 11 Wall St.. New \ork.
obCIKTIB5TORDYl^miTI^O~PAKTIE!^AND IN
O divlduals going to the Centennial can oboin 4J.000
accident Insurant* for 25 cents per day per capita at Jj
Broadway. Hartford Accideul Insurance Company.
7 W. A. ARMSTRONG. Manager.
T~amer indien-a laxative"HRUIT LOSENGE,
agreeable to take; specific remedy for constipation and
its conseuuences. P. GRILLOT. 27 Rue Kain bateau, Paris;
denTCA? Wi LI,. HAZARD .* CO.. New York:
riiTTk undeAsI(jnkd HEREBY GIVES NOTICE THAT
X he will apply to the Board of Health or the pity of New
iorklornperm it to erect an abattoir for the slaughtering
of cattle ?nd fheep on lots on We?t 40th St.. ou tiio south
side of said street, and distant about 70 leet Jrom tho pre-ent
water Iront. ? "? MtN^ILL.
Nkw Von*. May 2.1. 1878.
w
YOMINO LOTTERY. J. M." PATTEE. MANAOKR.?
Official numbers, special drawing, Clasa 110,
drawn at Laramie t.'lty, Mar 1878;?
8. 73. 31, 12. 88. t>4. ?, 60. 44, 18, 114. 81, 8, 88, 1L
Prises cashed. Circulars mailed free.
ALLEN A CO.. 711 Nassan St.. New York.
\I7 YOMINO MONTHLY LO lTERY. J. M. PATTEE.
TY Manager.?Official drawn numbers May 30. 1878:?
14. 47. 141. 80, 21. S4. 77, l >n, M. (VH. SH, 133, 33. ?H. 1(10.
SPOIlTINO^-DbCiS. HillOS, \k^.
BiRDK?JOHN WARNER. OF NEW ORLEANS, wtiit
be at i:<7 Liberty st. for a lew days with a large assort
ment of Mocking Binls, Orioles, Searlel l'ennlnges. Non
pareils, Ac., at low llgures.^
For sale-three' beautiful springer and
two t'neker Spaniels; pup's pareuts not related. WAL
TER UUMl'llREYS, 1U? Fulton St.. New York.
M~OCKING-BIRD8I 'MOtTKINlT" BinOSI^JUST AR
rived, 300 young ones, 23 old choice singers; also,
Kml Cardinals. For sule at very low prices, for a few days
only, at 475 Pearl at. ((vessel's Hotel), near Chatham st.
POOLS BOLD THIS AFTERNOON AT 318 RUTLEDGE
st., noar Union Uroands. on Mutnals vs. Louistllle,
Union Grounds; ht. Louis vv Athletic, at Philadelphia:
Boston vs. Chicago, at Boston; Cincinnati v?. Hartford, at
Hartford. SE1BEKT A McCLOUD.
^VjIe TURF.
VmMI c aS Wc ke Y~fcru'B - ft Acks.'^WJGtS^YCt
A be ^otd, Friday and every evening previous to the raeet,
at the Subscription Koom of the Jockey Clnb, Madison av.
and 27th st.; also every day on the course during the race*
R. CATUt'ARl'. Jr., Auctioneer.
MErTcAN JOCKEY 2LUB.--Si'RlNU MEETING.
1870. at Jeromu Park, 3d, t<th.8th, 10th, 13th. 15th
and 17th June. Races eummeuce each dav punctually at 3
o'clock. A. BELMONT. President
C. Wbeatlt, Secretary. ,
UCTION AND FRENCH POOLS fioFl) AT JOHN.
SON'S rooms, corner Broadway and 28th it., this
alternoon and eveuing on the trots at Philadelphia. Full
return* received by telegraph ol each heat as soon as trotteo.
T. U. A W. II. JOHNSON.
Auction and FHEj^upoiTLs ?oLrnTLL~ day at
New York Turf Exchange, 13 Weat 28th it., on tho
Philadelphia Trots and Mustang Race : aUo. this evening,
on the Jerome Park Races. Prompt attention given to
orders by mail or messenger. KELLY, BLISS A CO.
Auction anlTfrknch pools open"at~thoma8'
Exchange, 1,230 Broadway, on the Mmtaug Race and
Base Ball Maiches played today; Mutuals vs. Loulvillei,
'Athletics vs. St. Lourn, Boston! vs. Chica;cos. Hartiords vs.
Cinclnnatis. G. M. THOMAS.
D~ KERFOtVr DRIVING PARK.?SECOND SPRING
Meeting. June H, 7. 8 and 0. First day, Tuesday, June
tl? No. I. Purso 4130. for 3 minute class; No. 2. Purse
for 2:33 class. Second day, Wednesday, June 7?No. 3.
Piime 4130. lor 2:43 class; No. 4. parse $.**>, for 2:32 class.
Third day, TburadAv. 4une 8-No. 5. Purse HOO, for 2:^0
class: No. 8. Purse 420.' for 2:38 class. Fourth day, Friday.
June U?No. 7. Purse $150, for 2:42class; No. 8. Puree
C2HO. for 2;:I0 class. Entries will close on Thursday, Jnnn
1, at John T. Slane's, No. 7 Fulton st., Brooklyn, near the
Pnlton ferry. National rales to govern; five to enter and
three to start. Address WM. ilcM AHON, Proprietor.
FLEETWOOD PARK.?GfcWLEMEVwHO~"wiSH TO
secure tickets of membership of this A Delation can
do so hy applying at the office on the grounds. Terms 430
tor the season, with use of hitching shea, or 4-3 without.
TTttersall's f!-i7r~A<iKNc^ i^'broadway.?
Honks en all races throughout tho year; amounts
booked from 41 upward. Having leased the hotel and
grounds on the "BliHf" at Jerome Park, will open an office
tliero and books on all the races.
HOUSES, CAIC.ni.VtiK!>. ?U
A? MAJOR"C H AS." W. B A K KB l<"A t'CTIO jti!?: jffil
? t'oL C. C. BURNS, of llenuerson county. KEN.
TUCKY, announces his second ORE VT KALE of the fast
est GREEN TkOTTERM in America, Just arrived frotfi
KENTUCKY, to take place at MARKER A SON'S City
Aurtlon Mart and New York Tattertslln. corner of Broad
way and 3uth st.. on Thursday (this day). June 1. at eleven
o'cioi-k, and comprising TEN HfcADol the most promising
yonn^horses in the country, consisting of bay Mare FAN
Nlh R., 13,'?i high, foaled in 1870, got hy Blue Bull: can
?how a :4?>gait. Bay Ueldlng DIAMOND, 10 hlnh, foaled
1889. got by Lexington : can trot in 2:40. Closely matched
pair of sorrel lieidings TIP AND POX (full lirotneis . l.'iji
liiu'h. foaled 181)7 and 1^.0. got by Ethan Allen; trotted last
fall at the ST. LOUIS FAIlt IN 2:4<> to the pole, obtaining
FIRST preminm >.ver TWENTY NINE teams. Bay lidd
ing BUCKEYE, 18 high, foaled 1808, got by hdwln Forrest;
CHU trot in 2:40. Bay fielding JIM BROWN. 15J? high,
loalt d 18rt8, got liy Wlnrlwind; can trot in 2:33 to tiie pole.
Bay Celding LITTLE SAM. ISJ^ high, foaled 1870, not by
Blue Bull; can pace a 2 tit) gait. Bay Mare CASS IE. 13<^
high, foaled 18i0. got by Ryndyk's llambletonlan: can beat
2:40. Ray Gelding DICK MuLKAN, I3>, high, loaled 1870,
got by Blue Bull;can show a 2:43 gait. Above are all war
ranted sound and kind
Dl RING THE past live days this stock has been RODE
AFTER by a large number ol gentlemen who have pro
nounced them even FASTER and better than represented. J
CATALOGUE-^ WITH extended pedigree*, at sale.
SALE POSITIVE and no postponeiiient
A-MAJOR CHARLES W. R ARK ICR. AUCTIONEER
. TUB SPEED SHOWN UNDER THE WATCH.
THE UNEXAMPLED EVENT.
MAJOR BARKER has the bonor of announcing Mr. W.
J. BACON'S (of the CARRINUTON" 8TUD FARM, Mont
fomerv Post office, Trigg county. KENTUCKY) second
N PRECEDE NT ED saIe of the lastest GREEN aud
TRAINED VROTTERS ever offered at auetion Ju?t ar
rived Trom Kentucky, to tske place at BARKER k SON'S
City Auction Mart si.d New ^ ork Tattersail's, corner of
Broadway and 30lli st., on MONDAY, JUNE 3, at 11
o'clock, i nd comprising
TWENTY-THREE head of STALLIONS, GELDINGS
and MARES. WINNERS at all the Southern Kentucky and
Tennessee FA1BS. in stddle, harness and !*Pr.ED rings,
tliat can trot In from 3^ down to BBTTE R THAN 2:3'j, the
pet of Exchequer. Blue Grass. Tenth Legion, Ac., Ac . and
iiK-liiding two extraordinary gentlomen's TROTTING
THAT THE STOCK came from KENTUCKY the bills ol
lading, freight Mils and Insurance policies Irom point of
shipment, CERTIFICATES ?rf SECRETARIES of FAIRS,
Ac., are ready to exhibit to all drslring to see them.
STOCK subject to veterinary surgeon's examination, and
are now at tlia Central Avenue Stables, Central av., near
Fleetwood Park, wbere they can be ??an in liarnets or un
der saddle and SPEEDED up to Sunday, June 4, when they
will be removed to the Mart.
THE TIME claimed lor these horses will be SHOWN
UNDER TIIE WATCH at Fleetwood Pork on Friday,
JUNE 2, AT 10O'CLOCK A. M. Gvutlemeu are requested
tube present.
CATALOGUES, with fnll particulars, pedigrees, rocords
of iierlormances. Ac., now ready at tne Spirit, Turf and Mart
offices, or at the stables.
SALE WITHOUT reserve or postponement.
A -JOHN MOURE. 57 WARREN ST.. OFFERS
. Rood, reliable Lather top rhaetutil for $1 15;
?130; liorkaways, f 1 C>: Depot Wagons, flftO;
Cauopy Phaetons, Jagger Wagona. Jkc.
Harness, liitod tewed, lirst rate stuck, f 12 to $2*25,
Sheet*, #? to ft). Elegant Lap Kobe*, $1 to $T>.\
A -FINK LOT OK harness AT LOW FRIO KB:
? Sh.-ets, Nets, Ac., In great Tarletr. Save money liy
drilling direct with the luAunt'actnrer. K. RAKTLKTT, OJ
Warren at., corner Cottage place. New York.
A? IO BISINKSS WAOO.VP, f:>> TO *175; FOR
? express, grocer*, bntc >er?, lmk?r?, milk, laundry,
j.arftmre, advertising. depot, deilTery, Wagon Manufactory,
J-(i Spring at.
AM BABGaTx.-THKKE. HOOD' WORKnHORSES. AT
lmlf value: suitable Tor cart, truck or uuy business;
n.so one horse Truck and Harness. Inquire ol carman, (KM
Hudson at.
Tt~JlUVATK .->7aKLK NO. 1 W..HT 15T11 ST.?#275
. V. for an elegant Brewster Improved cross spring top
Wiigun, u?ed six times, with extra Una llaruaaa, Blanket,
I i|> Ri It* .mil Whip.
A SECOND IIami SET OF DOUBLE HAiCNhss, BY
Diiurcomb, good as new; one eat 'inula, by t'uiuea
loiii; also six sets double, Irwn #J.i up.
WILLIAM II. ORAV. S?aad 22 Wooster it
dociub*! h it if i top ^aook7~iiokhk and
Harness; also ono Kockaway and I'ony I'haeton, nearly
new. lor sale cbaxp, to el(/a? an estate. To be teeu al stable
likl Pacllic st.. Brooklyn.
ra1ioain.-stvi.ish hay"horse, 15^ hands,
S year ? " il: a perfect d. iver In all Inimeas and iidiI. r sad
rlle: a go?><l stet per, and sound and kind. Can he seen at
tJUOSS KNOrt'H Hoarding S:ab!es, ? (? West 10th St., any
time. excepting from * to tl I". M.
A mm "LltlilT i.A.N l)\ rt - I.ah. s< a\;i ciiaiii.
ehe-ti.; (ixsnst Phaeton Hretta. one and two seat
W agon*, I'ony and I'haeton. <1*1 ??t a*.
A^m I'AKKTUAKTONriiEATINO six PERSONS, fob
?ale cheap. App'v at ?> We-t 13tli at.
KAHE CMANOE-Fliit SAI E~ A WELL" E.hTAB
llslied ami Uitrhlr pioDtalile Hiding School, ! Irery and
Hoarding Stable. Inquire ol Oil AKLhS WLLLMANN, 106
W est >:id ?i. _
AH In ~kxcel.i.ent iiokse. " rockawat. top
Wagou (Stlrer'a. little nsed). Harness, Saddle, *e.,
will be sold at a great bargain. Aildreaa II. W., bos I'M
Herald office.
A. T
HORSES. CARRIAGES. ?C.
TUB ATTENTION OP GENTLEMEN Id CALLED
TO THE OKRAT AND POSITIVE bALE
BY PI BLI-: AUCTION
THIS DAY (THURSDAY). JUNE 1. ?
AT II O'CLOCK, l'WOMlf,
AT STABLE NO. 2R3 MEIKKK ST..
BETWEEN WAVEKLY AND CLINTON >'LACES,
BY CHAS. C. DO rr. AUCTIONEER.
or THE BNT1RB TURNOUT OK PRIVATE BOAD
and family im?b>e>. elegant cakkiaueh, ac.,
THE PROPERTY OK A. II. OSTRANDKR.
The handsome bay trotting gelding Harry of the Will,
aired by Pilot; dun, h thoroughbred mart*; I* six yeart old;
loW l:ands high : it a very prompt. stylish iiim: doM not
Cull or fret in company: irottml Um fall at Detroit, Mich.,
i 2 :HI, 2 'f >. _ .J 1 beating White Cloud, Cora and a flelu
ul el^-hi good hors??; is safe lor anybody to drtva; 1s a good
road horse and is warranted sound and kind.
The elegant Trotting Gelding Putuam; i? a beautiful liav,
15?. band* high; lirM by Harry Clay, dam by Edtatt'a
Hauibletonlan; trotted at Herring Hon Track. Baltimore.
In U-:M the third heat: he la a very fine road horse, (loei sot
Rull or (by: lain for anybody to drfve; pull* weight well, and
' put in training can trot in 2 -.25 this season, and la war
ranted sound and kind
Beautiful brown Mare Stella; raited at Lexington, Ky. I
l tired by tttrater's Clay, dam a thoroughbred mare by Den
mark; U 5 year* old. 15'4 handa high ; perfectly broaen to
single and double harness; trotted In Four Year* old Colt
Stake, at Lexington, laat tall, in 2:12, 3:411, 2:41; ia ?ery
pure galled; does not thy or pall; lean extraordinary pole
mare, and ean trot in 2 jtl) thia season if properly handled,
and is warranted sound and kind.
Very pretty black Horse. Ralph, sired by General Knox,
dam a Messenger mare, raised nt Portland. Ma.; trotted
there last season in 2 :'ttl; is l.'i>4 hands high, 6 years old; Is
perfectly broken -irijrie and double: sale for anybody to
drive; is a very pleasant road horse; good galted, and can
not be surpassed as a pole horse, nod warraoted sound aud
kind.
Stella and Ralph have bean driven together, and make a
very fast double team
Heautiful sorrel (.elding White 8tocklng*,*tired bjr Honest
Allen, dam by yonng .Worrell: tioited at Mystic Park last
spring, in gentleman's road racc. to a road wagon. driven
by J. Roger*. Esq., in 2 :14, 2 :4'i and 2;4i; lio is l.V.{ hands
liiirb; very poweriully hnllt: H years old; good galled and an
extraordinary good braker and catcher; does nut pull; sale
for auybody to drive; is a good pole horse, aud warranted
sound and kind.
Beautiful chestnut Gelding Dictator, 7 years old, V>M band
high, sired by Yoiuutaer. dam a (.May mare; lias never beon
handled lor speed, but trotted latt fall when purcliaaed In
2 :3rtovcr<iosiien half mile track ; he is as line a gentleman's
road horse as Is in the city; does not pull in company; It
sale tor a lady to drive; is very stylish and good double;
pure gnited and great endurance, and warranted sound and
kind.
Little Fred, a very pretty bay gelding, 15 hands high, 7
years old, sired by superb, dam unknown; has always beqn
ridden and driven by tadiet. and lor that purpose It iuvam
able; will stand without tying; safe under ail circumstances;
is a very pleasant driver, and can trot in 2:30; warranted
sound and kind.
The handsome brown trotting mare Sontsg, HK hands
high, 7years old; sired by Ethan Allen, daiu aWittereil
Messenger mar?: raited at Brandon. Vt.; trotted at Water
town, last September, in 2 ?!!?. 2 .27 and 2 beating Ed
Whito and Lady Light Foot, when she was purchased and
has beon used aa a road mare up until the present time, for
whirh purpose the has no superior; she is a very good pole
tuare, and is safe tor anybody to ride; is puro gaited, very
resoluto, and, if put in training, i.ad ought to trot In 3:2U
this seusou. and is warranted sonnd and Kind.
Thu Quest saddle Horse in the city: It a beautiful sorrel. 7
years old, !."?>? haudt high; is perfectly broken and safo lor
a lady to ride or drive: quits and changes gaits by motion;
is very stylish and has fine action ; It perfectly broken to tin
gle aud double liarnets; was raised at Lexiugtou. Ky., and
sired by Denmark; has taken five premiums at fairs in dif
ferent parts of Kentucky aa a saddle Itorae, and It waranted
toiind and kind
Carriage! consist of one half-top Park Phaeton, by Brews
ter, of Broome it.; two aide-bar Top Wagons, two mil spring
Top Wagont, one rtockaway, one canopy top Pouy Phaeton,
two top Pony Phaetons, tingle and double 11 arm at. Blan
kets. sheets, Ac., Ac.
Sale positive, ralu or thine.
XBABS AT AUCTION.
first sale in America of puke breed rus
SIAN ARAB OltLOFF HOUSES.
SEVEN OF THE FINEST AND MOST PERFECTLY
BROKEN IIORSKS OR LADY'S OR GENTLE
MAN'S USE EVER OFFERED FOR SALE.
VAN TASSEI.L A KEARNEY
will sell on FRIDAY. June 2. IS7?.
AT THBIB AUCTION MART, NOS. 110, 112 EAST 18TB
St., near 4th a v.,
at 111 o'clock,
tbe following pare bred Araba :?
L BAY MARK, 15J?' HANDS HIOTI. 0 YEAHS OLD;
kind and true In all harness: free from vice or trick;
perfectly broken to saddle ; very hundsome; an extra
road mare: tan trot better than II minutes; is afraid of
nothing, can be driven by a lady, and it warranted
sound.
X DARK BROWN THOROUGHBRED ARAB GELDING.
IBJsi handt high, (i .veart old; kind and true in all
liarnets; free from vice; one of the llnost and best
broken saddle horse* llvinir, with extra flue style; ho
has been driven principally doable, bat It well broken
itnglc, and It warranted sound.
S. DARK BROWN GELDING. CIRCASSIAN STOCK, W
hands high. 7 years old; kind and true in all harness;
free from vice: very stylish; an extra saddle horse;
he is one of tho finest horses In the country for har
ness and saddle purpose* combined, and it warranted
sound.
4. VERY HANDSOME, EXTRA*STYLIST! GRAY MARE.
Pl'RE ARAB STOCK. 15^ liandt high, 5 yeara old;
kind and true In all harnett; perfect nnller taildle;
has no vice or trick: is aa fine a mare us can be tound
foriadies to ride or drive: perfectly gentle and atWaet
able, and is warranted sound. ?
5. BLACK THOROUGHBRED ARAB MARE. 1&K
handa blgh, o years old; kind aud true in ail harnest,
free from vice, a mode', of heanty and symmetry; she
haa all the fine qualities of No. 4. and together they
make a vorv superior road or carriage team, and drive
like one horte; eke I* warranted sound.
& VERY HANDSOME BAY* ARAB GELDING, 15^
hands high, 5 yeara old; kind and trne In all harness,
tree rnm vice, with plenty of style and action; is an
extra fine road or saddle horse: Is in (very way tale
and reliable, and la warranted sound.
DARK BROWN SHETLAND PONY. 30 INCHES HIOB,
7 year* old, kind and truo In all harness; tree from vice;
an eletrant saddle pony; perfectly gentle and ooclla
and has been used altogether by children; haa no
trlek* of any kind and is warranted sound.
HANDSOME DARK BROWN SHETLAND PONY 43
Inches high. 7year* o'd: kind and true In all harness;
perlectly free from vice or fault of any kind; has been
used by children to ride and drive and is warranted
con ud.
These two ponies are perfect children's pet*, and are
as complete and perfect forchildren'e ate at any ponle*
In the country.
Set Pony Harnett and Phaoton, by Brewster A Co.
Alto twenty-seven other llorte*. suitable for family, road
or business use. Fnll description In catalogue to
morrow.
Also Clarence*. Baronrhes, Curtain Coupes, top and no top
Wagons top and no top Pony Phaetons, Rockaways,
Depot Wagons, Landau*. Ac. Ac.
All the above Stock I* now on exhibition.
A? AUCTION.
SPEED, STYLE AND BEAUTY.
SALE OF
Horses, Carriacrs. Phaetons, Wagons and Harness
THE CAST AND WELL KNOWN TROTTING, ROAD,
CABKIAQK, t.'OL'PK AND FAMILY UOR.iES OF
TI1B LATE MK. WILLIAMS.
AT THE UNION AUCTION HOUSE. 20 18TII ST.,
vvad uRninw&r
THIS DAY (THURSDAY). JUNE I. AT 11 O'CLOCK A.M.,
CONSISTING OK
One elegant and stylish well bred trotting Bond Teum, B
.rears old. about hunUs; nice. Iree and pleasant driver;
don t pull or shy: need m> checking; travel like one borae;
don't touch a hair In aneedtne; can tint in'2:43; ther aro
p?rr?H-t models: should ha teen to ba appreciated: they ate
warranted sonnd and kind.
One handsome sorrel (folding. 6 years nld. 1SJ4 bands: is
a Hue and wall behaved horse; can trot In 2:40 and Is one
nf the lineal uole horses in the Stat*; is warranted sound
and kind. Oaa stylish and attractive brown coup*
or family Horse, 6 year* old, l'>J{t bands; haiaplendid Illicit
knee action; ran trot in about 3 minutes; is perfectly safe
for any ordinary person to drive; has no tricks or vice; It
very strong and musenlar; has great bottom and endur
ance ; is warranted bound and k'ttd In all harness.
ALSO,
IMMEDIATELY AFTER '1 HE ABOVE BALE. TUB
PROPERTY OK
MB. J. STETSON
will be sold, consisting of on* beautllul cross-matched Trot
ting Ro?d Team, one a black, the other ? dapple gray, (I
years old. 13?i hands; can trot in 3 mlantea; tliey are a
bold, prompt and reaolut* driving team : fear nothing, aud
an- warranted aound and kind: alan oneof thn beat broken
Kentucky sadd'e llorses In tha State, 7 yean old, l~-'\
hands; has baeu rode and drove by the lad.v the pad year
and a half: lie Is thoroughly broken to harness, and is war
ranted sound and kind.
One styiiah and beautiful dapple brown coupe or family
Horse, ? yearn old. hands high ; is all natmal stria and
action; can bo handled by a lady with salety; la warranted
sound and kind; also one One Coupe by Wood Rrothera, one
elegant ahlttini top full spring road Wagon, one aide-bar
ilo., oua top pony Pliauton. una Basket Phaeton, due
inirle, doubl- and ennpe rnbber mountedeity made Harness.
N. R.-SALE POSITIVE. RAIN or shine, TO the
HIGHEST BIDDER, WITHOUT LIMIT OB RESTRIC
TION: .
AUCTION HOUSE Or ABCB. JOHNSTON,
10.21. 2.1 and 2313th St.,
near University place.
SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES ARE HELD
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK.
ON EVERY HORSE WARRANTED SOUND
FROM 24 HOURS TO 3 DATS FOR TRIAL.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND MOST BELI
ARL.K HOUSE IN TUB CITY.
GENTLEMEN HAVING HOBSES OR'ARRIAGBS
to anil, or those wishing to bay, will And oui business
roiitimied on precisely the same strict and honorable
principles which have alwavs characterised the dealings
of oar house, aud won the respect and confidence of tha
buatiu M c 'iimnaity, aa well as tha public at Isrxe.
LIBKBAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
NY GENTLEMAN IN SEARCH or A VERY KIKE
team of Bays, I.V-a high, coming 5 and 7 years; are all
' sound and kind; can outstyle any team that goes
. and trot in 2:? together; either can beat 2:4.'?
aiuitle : also a new top Road nation, pole and shafta; hand
some top Pony Phaeton; do. single and double Harness.
Tha above property belongs to a gentleman who la forced to
aell. and cam bo bought for half Talus; separately If re
quired. Private stable 13ft West Mist at.
A DOG CART, BY BREWNTBR, 9800; BRETT S200:
Oonpo Bock a way, $800; assortment of every kind of
Carriage* and Harness at moderate prices. JOHN 0. HAM,
HjH Broadway.
I'ONY pllAETON, IIORSB AMITHARKB?S FOB
sale ; will eicbange Horsa for one ?f less valur.
TEN.NY. S4 Bookmanst.
perfectly 1
the road, 1
AT HALF COST-TWO PHAETONS; ONE SEATS
lour persons; Pole and tihatts; two full sarin1* top
Wagons, two Side Hars. light Road Wagon, single and double
Harness, all nearly new, best eltjr makers. Prirate stable,
33d at. and 4th av.
? -FOR SALE CHEAP, FOUBjBOMXB, BtHTtfeijt
A. Kir an* bualnesa, alao my Boad or Family Horse; good
t rial allowed. Apply at 41 Bioecker st., la raar.
A"*~ ?TO CLOSE PAHTNtB*HIP, THRBE HOUSES'
? young and soand, doo, |75, 4100; Express Wagon, tW
j.xpretsmau. HI Canal at.
-FOB SAL*, AT PANIC PRICE*, PAS# YOUNG
. chestnut Maro; warranted eon ad and klad; elegant
top Buggy, fine Harnett, Alao a beautllul lop pony rhes
toa, at private ttabla IS weet Z7tfe st., between Broadway
and 3th av.
HORSK&. cahriagkb. SBC.
A -*OR riAI.fi. A B A REC H A N >R. -si X~ff5ISKlf
A? (citable tor larm. [roetr er auy builMU; cheap. 201
lirand ?t.. near Mott.
A-IICST BB HOLD THIS WEEK, ONE UK THE
? moat beantllul ehlfthii; Imlhtr (lUiiilon top Park
Phaetons lu the eltjr; has pole and sltatta and earriea lour
penens. also one elegant sti fting Wagon,
pole ud shatta, ilit one tine tup Poay Pbaetuu. (Ingle nun
double barn aa. all a? good as new uiU by the beat city
makers. Inqnire eC 1 human, tha coachman. ut private (la
bia 123 Eui loth ?l.. between 3d av and Irving place.
A?KM B VKKASShI)?Ft ME TO? SI UK BAR
? Buggy. used lew titnea; covered, Harness, Whip,
$175; light double Harness. HO. No. .'>11 7th av
wn.i; nlvakirhtclass top wai-ion
? cost $450 U*t month; stable 33 East 12th at ; a One
kanew, #45.
BK0O[> MARK K<rR~8 tLK?HAMHLKTONlAN. 1?K
bands high, S yearn old; can irot In 2:30 or bstt. r. A|
ply at private stable, 155 hast :15th ut.
Bottom pricks "at" last.
TOMS JOHNSON. 58 Liberty it..
It offering .< consignment of fine Boston made
Lap mid Home Sheeta, Kobes, Whip*. Haltera. Saddle!,
Bridies, 11 am -si. Ac., at it reilucllon of Irom
25 to ft per cent below laat year'* prices;
_alao *? r.v beat 3-ply Harder. Hue* at l-.'j centa per foot.
CIABBIAHK WANTED-LIOHT, <:UT-UNDEK BOOF
J away preferred; liew or aecotid band, in good order,
in exchanee for a llrat class now Cabinet Organ. Address
1*. J., ilera'd office.
CiilEAP-g^UND IIOB8B. PON* PHAETON, NEW
J Harness. all forfUBQl 118 Want 50th at., uear Oth ?v.
IjlOK SALK-A~7TkNTLEMAN'S OoilPLh.TR EdlAB
llshment, at miicli below it? real value, the owner hav
ing bo farther use lor It, consisting of a beautiful matched
team ol American Star Horses, tl una 7 years old. bright
!><)?. about 16 hand* high. lull brothers, sound, gentle and
good disposition, tr.?? anil pleasant drlvera, and for natural
stylei and great endurance they have do superiors, and are
In ail respects a first class team for the road or purlt; a
Cabriolet, built to order last summer, in perfect order, as
good aa new; a full spring leather tup Wagon. made to order
last autumn, has never beeu uaeu more than six times, sml
is aa perlect as when it came from the shop; alao a s.*t of
light donblo Harness, made to crder last summer, tint etnas
and Mood as now. All may be seen at the (tables ol Mr. WM.
8, BATES, 23 and 25 Lexington av.
For"balk-one kori;>gat park phaeton,
one six-seat Westchester Rockaway. iu good condition.
I 'an be seen at any hour or day at private stable li'J.f East
130th st.
LpOR BALK CHEAP?A TWO-SEAT OOO CART,
1 carry Ibnr, with Pol ? and Shaits; Wood Bios, makers,
end lu good order; price f 150. Inquire at 8 BL'1>L)'S. cor
ner Broadway and '.4th st.
F OR HALltA BBiOHT BAY UAMBMCTOKIAN
Oeldiag, 15^ hiixh ; sound, kind and reutln; chii trot
inUMO; a perfect uentleman's horse. LAMB'S stable. 5Hth
at., near 5llt av.
FOX BALE-A~PAIB OK OHBHTNt/T IIORSErt, l.VJ
and 15.:i hands; drive well together or singly ; ran trot
well; BrewHer, Broome st., t-*r> WaL'on. net of double llar
iiesx. C?n be aeen at-I and 23 East 1- b at., two doors west
ol Cnlvervlty place.
Fob kalb?kL"koant coupb iiKiTgB and new
double Harness. Address MASON, Herald Uptown
Branch office,
IpORHA LK-k'xtka OoiiTTBTYTnTBS^ ISj^HANDi
B years; suitnbl . for family, any business; also black
Canadian Mors*, soituble lor expreM, Ac., cheap; war
ranted. N) Kin ir st.
I^qlTalALk^CbLPK ItOCKAWAY KOR ONK OB TWO
horses; as good as new Call at 32 Walker St., up stairs.
F" OB SALE-BAY MORSli, Kl"l>K~BAR TOP \VAOON
and ll amess, in good order, cheap, as the owner has to
leava the city. Inquiro at .*>0 bnst 3.0 ?t.
Fob hale?a pair" ok l AUiIFAttK horses (Ghay
and black) cheap; family go.n r to Kuropo. Apply,
from y A. M. to 2 P. M., at 43 vVeai 54th st.
TpOB 8AI.K~cilEAP-BROtVN MARE. 15W HANpB
f high, $."?(>; lit;lit Businoss Wagon and Harneas, $40,
half value, at 73 \ andaui ?t., uoar liuiiann.
1pOK SALt-A i)Al'l*itK GRAY HORHE. 0 TEARS
?*d; warranted sound and klud. 21>0 West lOtb St.
"LlOli BALK FOK~ 8l75."cOST <350, NOT "s<>ILKD,~A
A superior One leather lop pony Phaeton, very Itaudaoiae,
at privatu stable, ho. 3 West 15th (t.
Family hobbi^ is uandj^ souno, kTnd,
airaid of'notbin^t; very last: rice f 135. Mde bartop
wagon.^city bitild, ifl 10. JKWELLhlt, 7a5 Htb ht.
HABNKss.^4! u K A PEST" HARNiSS STORK in new
Yore; good EuKi.ry Harness, baud made, #15; uood
Orocers' Harness. ; gootl double Team Harness, IS-'IO; a
good Horse Blanket, $1 5tl. ('lease call and examine fur
yourselves. HsitElt k OSBORN, Manufacturers, 71 Bar
clay st.
IBoN STABLE KITT1N(>S.?NEAT. DUBABLE AND
cleanly; Partitions, Hayracks. Mangora. Ac.; orders
promptly tilled at lowest prices: catalogues furnished tree;
specimens at store. JA.NtS A KIRTLAND,
Nos. 8. 10 and 12 Bcade at.
S~kcoNH "hanTT Srkwuter~top ~ waoo*7~rrai
li(bt Coach, 9150; do..S275; six-seat Bock away. $425;
top Phaeton, $75, do,. $115; side-bar top Wagon, my own
make, $115; Harness, all styles and prices; Blankets.
Halters. Whips, bhect*. Lap Dusters, a large assortment
and low prices. W M. 11. OBAY, 20 and -2 \Vcoster st.
S~ econij" iianTT-at"~~Low~pbiukr! "
English Brougham, for one horse, good as new.
Boaud front Coupe, In aplendld order. *
Landanletto, newest style. .
Six seat Rockaway, light and in good order.
A. fr\ HEiiAKEHT A CO..
Manufacturers ot Carriages. 02* mid ?30 Broadway.
SIX-SEAT PIiXh'TON, #75; UOB^K. BUSINESS
Wag. n and Harness. $S5;two Horses, salt auy busl
?ess, if BO. 34 Pell, near Mott st
S'pBKK?NO*M VM BUO; Al N1 T" (;liTNu" Vk ROA D:
Ktlrrjll Mare,' 15 nnuds, <i years old; sound, kind and
gentle; gamey driver; afraid of nothing; can be driven hy a
Udy; trots in 2 :'><i sure ; wears no boots; splendid mare lor
gentleman or lady. P. B MAS1EKSON,
89th st. and 7th ar.
SACRIFICE?TWO EXPRESS, TWO BUSINESS
Wagons, four-seated Rockaway, llorsea and liar
neaees; separate. 137 7 th ar.
TOP SIDE-BA R BO At) W (ION,-NfTA^RLY NKVr?
Having sold my hone, will (ell at bargelu. Apply at
229 fith av.
THE OM? UNITED NfATES STAHLK, DO BY 2IK?
feet. Nos. 153 and 155 bast 3.'d at., la now tor Boarding
Horses at $25 per month; few stulls to ltu $11 permeiith;
' storage of carrlagee and sleighs at half price. P. M*. PIT
NEY. Proprietor.
NiyuK Family outfit-hplenuioly matched
mahogany Bays, Bne tails: two -eat bacV top I'hae
too. in nice order; Harness, Blankets, Ac.; fine aiimtner
Hg for the country or Park; sold cheap. Apply, belore 12,
to owner. 31 Weet SOth si
w
w
irehicles IN FASHION.
V IN MODEST, pleaslno AND dl'rablb COLORS.
landal's. rockaways,
la x DAL' lets, oa b uk) LET.->,
coachfa T CARTS.
RRO' OI1AMS, PHAETONS,
culpes, BUITToN wagon8,
road WAUONV,
?Ither iide bar.or elliptic ipring.
A. 8. FLANDRAU,
372 and S7* Broome it. (old stsnd of Brewster A Co.)
tj'ajltkd - HORDES to PASTURE} SWEET ok A.si
TT growing from the rich'marl beds of monmouih county.
Address W. U. S1CKELS * SOX, licul Estate, Ac.. Red
Hunk X. J.
tltaxtkd?a GOOD HORSE, BUOOY, HARNESS.
TT Ac., oil food thnrt pnper; fcocurltjr if netes??ri ;
(fire full particulars. Address S. s., box 38 Post otllco.
Rye, X, v.
WANTED im mediately-an extexilox "TOP
VT Park I'haetcn or Rock aw ay. Address, stating price.
it., box i1.wj i'oit oilivn.
axted?so ukbj to*ckot^tki'ck iioilse pc>R
lumberyard. J. YOI'NOS, 40 s>pring n.
amtimopofamtly HOUSE FOR BKOl'oham,
16?i to 18 hand*. Address l., b.ix S73 Post o"ire.
"ix'anthl)?a UORSE OR MAKE foripark dlvlv
t T inn till* mmntfr, tor bis kucp. bv areopon.lbla gentle
man, having stable, wagon*. harness, 4c, in hruoklt n |
p-,.tnre if desired: i est ot care and usage. Address fhkd
ji KICKS, Herald office.
WanTkd-a tirst-class Victoria and top
lady's Phaeton: ttmst be br good city maker. Addrea*
8. P. H., herald Uptown Branch office. ^
WANTED?a bbownf HORSE. xot LESS THAN
10:1 ineh In beiipht. to msk.< np a pair: must be
sound, kind and of gw>d action. Apply "t No. :i'jo 5 li ar.
W> ANTE lV-A UOOD liuh T cocpeit OCR A WAY
TT bai little used: muit be reasonable Address, stating
price, L. box 3,430 New York Pnft ullicc.
Waxted-To" EXCH ANOE"'REAL ESTATE FoR
llors.'S and Carriages or Livery Stable. Apply to
h1ne * obay,aa76iti av. _
-ivantkd^-A OoOD. UUHT ROAD sulky; give
?? weight and price: must be cheap for cash. addreaa
A. B? 308 West '-'3d nt.
w' A XTE D-A PA ir OK CQmtfitorhes; must BE
TT full hi1, hands htrh. Apply at tractty ( stable. h.m
st.. between Madison and 4thavs., between the hours ol 10
and 2 P. M.
*? SECOND Top POXY PHAETONS,
o all In good order, at very low prices.
A. r. DEMAKE.ST A CO.. (vis Broadway.
5 11orsem?8 t'lt TRUCE, 0 HOC E h. PA rm E r. A XT
bulsness: Track and Express Wagon; your own price.
410 we?t itoih st.
a q c^tlaxdbome bay HORSE. ?" YEARS, is
iJO*/. hands; soaud, kind, gentle lor lady. 210 wen
Hint at.
aior. FOR A SPLENDID MBIT TOP expitkm
vlau Wagon; one suit grocer, $1su No. 124 West
lPth ?t.
; klllopea.v STEAMSHIPS.
Statk link. ~
NEW YORK t0 0la800w, liverpool, DUBLIN,
belfast AND LONDONDERRY.
from pier 42 North River (foot of Canal at.) as follows:?
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA tharsday, June 1
STATE OF viru1ma Thursday, June 15
hi ATK OP NEVADA Thursday. juue j j
and every slterwsto Thnra :ay thereafter. First eabta. 0hs
to #hil, according to accommodations; return tickets, b12s.
soi ocd cabin, e">0; return ticket*, * ?>. ste raga at lowest
rates. Appiy to AUSTIN BALDWIN a CO.. Agents, No.
72 Broadway, New York.
steorauo ticket* nt 45 Broadway and at the eorup-njr's
pier. toot ot Canal st., North hlvi r
G"hEAT wkkteitirifiuiiitthip'lTxe.
TO BRISTOL (EMILand) DIKRCT.
sailing from pier is ktst River as tnllows ??
somerset, Western w enne^day. June 7
ARAUOX. Symoaa. ?. Snturday. J una 34
</ablu pasaaga,(73: Intermediate. m5; starragf. fcki. cur
rency: excnrslon ticket*, f 120: prepaid steerage cartlBcataa,
ljut). Apply to W. d. Mokliax. A|.aat, 70 svuih su
ijost DIRECT *axd economuj ROUTE tiilmu
jVl LAND. bkloltjl the RHINE, switzerland,
AC.. AC.. VIA Itoi iekdamt
Mesmer rotthrdam .....June r
menmi-r ( Al.axd June 22
'I heae lieantifnl steamers, carrying the t nlted Stat's msil
to the .Netherlands, are great favorites with the pnhlic.
trips repnlsr. rate* tow; comfort and itvtng psrlcct.
r?rrC?Rl, edye k oo. tw^*w^*iiormr.
' 30 Broadwav.
W1l-on LINE FOR SOUTH am won an.) uou.
sailing from pier bb North River, a* follows:?
othello June 1'. | x.\V t RINO. jtllv IS
HINDOO jnly l| COLOMBO -iuly -V
Urst cabin. 170, currency; seound cabin, $43. cunem.r.
excnrslon tickets on my favorable tarna. Thtongh tickets
Issued to Continental and Baltic ports. Apply. m Ml par
ticulars, to
okabuu la WBMBY a 00., m BenU M.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS.
]\sVT DlllECf LINK 1 ?> Ft. AM E
\J THB GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'#
MAIL STEAMERS KETWbEK NEW YORK AN1>
11AV 1{K, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (G. B.J
tor the landln .t of pa.s'uirer*.
The splendid veuvli o? this ltvi>rh? route for the Conti
nent iceums provided wub electric i>eli*i will sail Iroui pier
43 Nor Hi Itlver, tool ?l Barrow ??.. as follow*
?ST. LAURENT. Lacbeeue* Saturday. June .1. at ?! P.*.
FKANt'K. Tri'drlle fmuriiir, Juno H>. at H A.- >1.
?PEIIEIKE. Danre Saturday. June I". at I P. M.
NT. GERMAIN, Hecutou*.... Saturday. Juno 34. *1 H A. M.
CANADA, Iranireul ...................Jnjy I. ?* ? F. M.
I'KICK OK PASSAGE IN ISOLD (Including wmo)
Vim cabin. $1 10 to *12 . according to accommodation.
Second. $72. Third cabin, $41).
Return ticket? arreduced rates. ....
Steerage. $-?>? with superior accommodation, including
wine bedding anil uien.ila, wltliout extra charge
Steamer* marked iliun * do note arry steerage pawenger*.
LOl'IS UK BEBiAN. Agent, .>o Broadway.
PA"~'SMiVQ?f^ASD UVFRPOOU
CITY OF CHESTER Saturday. Juue 10, at 8 A. M.
CITY OK H1CUMON0. Satumay, June 17. at 1 I . M.
CITY Of Br.BLlN Saturday. July 1. at I P. M.
Krom pier 43 North Ktver.
Cabin, $80 and gold. Return ticket. <m favorable
trr^ia. Steerage. currency, Draft* is*ued at lowe?t
'"saloon. stateroom*. .rooking and hath rooma amhUhlp*.
JOHN U. MALE, A fen I.
15 and H I Broadway, New Yor?.
SOUTHAMPTON AND HKBMKM.
Company', pier, foot of 24 ?t.. Iloboken.
MAIN . .Saturday, June 3 I WESRR. ..Saturday, June 17
NECKAK Saturday, June 10 | MOSEI*. .Saturday. June'.t
Kates of pussage from New York to Southampton, Havre
or Hretupn: ? _
Klrat Cabin, $100gold; Sccjnd Cabin, $00guld; htecrrge,
$30 currency.
Hcturn I icket* at reduced rate*.
Prepaid >tee rage Certificates. $33 currency.
For Ireisjht or passage apply to
OELK1CHS A CO., No. 2 Bowling Green.
YYAMBURG AMERICAN "*Xnt~T COMP.?NVjS USE
11 lor PLYMOUTH, tIERBOl'RG ami HAMBURG.
IT. ,;VIA ]nne 1 | POM BRAN IA lima 15
GKLLERT. June 8| IIA.MMONIA luna 32
llatc* ol passage to Plymouth. London, Cherbourg. Ham
burn and all pmtitii in England, Scotland and Walea
Cabin, Unit saloon, jtoid ?
Cabin. second aaloon, gold ??
8TuN^AKDTiycb.r- C."li. RICHARD * BOA^ 30
General Ageuu. General 1'us.enger Agent*.
61 Broad St.. New York. ?l Broadway. New Vorfc.
XTATIONAL LINE?KROM PIERS 44 AND 47 NORtS"
[\ Ulver.
FOH I.0NDt>N DIRECT.
CANADA, Wednesday, May III. 11 A M.
fo:. uueknstown ani> livkkpool.
ENGLAND .Juno 3,2 P.M. I EGYPT. .June 24. 7:30 A K.
SPAlK-.Juno hi. 7:30 A. M. | ITALY.. July I. 13:30 P. M.
Cabin pi???ai{e. $V'I? and Shii, currency, lioturn tlckaU at
redtnod rate*. Ste. raire paanage. $2H, carrency.
I Draft, from ?1 upward, at carrent pricen.
Apply at the company, ottoe. M Mtn>gtr.
"VERPOOI.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAlL.
Th? sic.nuer* of thl? line take the Lane Routea rccom
mended by Lieutenant Maury, U. S. N.,goinit .outh ol tlta
KaukH on the pannage to yueenetown all tlie year round.
t'.RLTIC Inne 8, at 2 P. M.
Adriatic! J?"o** * |! *}.
BRITANNIC j'?>? -i*. 4 ? ij
gebma.mo , Ju'y".>J
BaLTU' July L>, at 11 A M.
Krom Whlto 8tar Docka pier 02 North River.
lUteo? Saloon, and Jl?i. in i;old; return ticket* on
rsa?onable term*. Steeraife. $2S.
Saloon atateroomn. ?mokinic and bath ronmt aro place:!
? mliUhipa, where the nolso and motion aro lea?t, ullordlutf a
dev-reeot c.imfott hitherto unattainable ut ?e?.
Kor Innpectlou ol plan* and other Inlormitlou apply at
tb. company'* o?ce. 37 Broadway, *?J,RTI8. A Rent
Ml to oTATbr. MAIL LINE?STEAM TO y UEEN8,
TOWN AND LINEKPOOL,
ailtlnir every Tl! liSDAY.
Irom pier 4'> North Klver.
NEVADA..June 13, 10 A. M. I \tYtJ.UING...Jnly 4.4 A.M.
WISCONSlN.June-0,3 P.M. I IDAHO July 18. 3 P. M.
Cabin, $05. $70 and $80. currencv.
Intermediate, $40; ateeraye, ST-'tl.
Pamenjjer* booUed to and Irom Paria, llamwur?, Norway,
8wed< it, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England. Krauca and Ger
many at low... rat.^iLLlAMg ^ ^ ?rolldw.r>
American link. , ,, j
Weekly Mall 8t?am?lilp .ervic bKtwecn
PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL,
calliuir at yueen?town.
HalUnK every Tl.urid iy Irom Philadelphia and
sailing every Wednesday from Liverpool.
The lollowiug (teauiera ara appointed to ?all Irom Phil?
? Ci'tY"of LIMEKICK J aiie 1 I ?LORD CLIVE Jnno 22
ISDIANA June 8 1 Oil I I u ue 20
ILL.NOLS J""n? PENNSYLVANIA. July 6
PRICE OK PASSAGE IN CURRENCY.
Cabin, $7i to $100, according to location.
Steeraita and intcrmodlate tlekat* to aud from all point*
at the lowest rates. , ...
?Steamer* marked with a atar do not carry Intermediate.
Pe?ruccr accommodation* lor all claxaes unt.urpa??*d.
Kor pa*?ase, rate* ol Ireljcht and other inlorruatioti opply
to Pi^Tbli WlUGlfr A SON8. General Ajeaut.,
;tr>7 Walnut it., l'bilailelphla;
OHO. W. COLTON, 43 Broail ?t.. New York.
JOHN McDONALD, Paasenger Airent,
No. M K i terv place.
C'lUNARD LINE.?B. AND N. A. R. M. S. S. CO.
j NOTICE.
With a-*l*w to diminishing the chntlce* of collision, the
?teamer* of tht* line take.a apeoibc Cour*o for all *eakon< ol
IUOti the ontward Dlinage from Qneeri.town to X?w York ?r
Boston, cru**ln|i the me Idlan of &o at 43 latitude or noihluK
to the north of 43. , ... '
On the homeward pa**age, crossing the mcridiau ofoO at
42 latitude, or netitliig to tne north ol 42.
KiiOAl NEW YORK Kt>R LIVERPOOL AND QUEENS
TOWN.
?RUSSIA Wed, June 71 Ai^GKRIA. ...Wed., June 21
aCYTHlA Wed., June 14 | BOTHNIA Vted . Juue 28
Steamer* marked ?d? not carry steerage pasaenger*.
Cabin pawage. ?s?, $10,1 and li:?U gold, according to ac
eoromoJatl .ii. Roturn tickou on tavoraule tortn*.
Steerage ticketn to and Irom all parta of Europe at very
low rate*. Krelght
TnCHOB L1NB- UNITED STATES" MAIL STRAMLR8
KZl 522
AUSTRALIA, jnno 10.4 P.M. I ANGLIA .'.. .J.jr 8. 3 P.M
ELY SI V luno 24.4 P.M. | U Ol I A..... .July -A ??
anchor Line pier* fO nnd 21 North Hirer. New York.
NEW YOKE To GLASUOW. LIVERPOOL, LONDON
* 14 OR LONDONDERRY.
(!abln* $03 to $00. currency, according to accommodation*.
Excursion ticket* on favorable terms.
Steera re. $.8 currency; interinediato. $J.? ourrencr.
Dralts issue J for any auionu! at current r?tea
HENDERSON BKOTHERS. Agent*. No. 7 Bowling Oreon.
CROOK'S EXCURSIONS TO EUROPE AND TOURIST
J Tickets throu.h Great Britain and the Continent, are
availabo* by any line ol occa-i .toanter* and by any train
upon any day and can be u?ed by a single Individual aa w*ll
"coo K'S* A M KKI CAN Tyatem of Tonri.t Ticket* terming
more than 2,tkm illlfcrettt combination* over all the pnnel
pal lines or rsllwaya and steamboat. In every direction are
'""uOK'rt AMERICAN 'HOIBL conp..n* are accepted at
flr.t Clase hotel, at all principal point, throughout the
cmntrv provl.iinB for a lull oay'i accommo4atlon aud are
,0'(!ni u'k^ Vacation PARTY I* now being made
siiil ?111 sail bv steamer Victoria July 8, for a tonr
"J Jol|,iid England. Belgium, the Khine, hwttaerland.
It.Ivand rranco Mr. Thomas Cook will aceompat.y them
irom New Y.irk Price* lor first claa* travel, hotel and all
exi'en.e- <?, M"0 a"d $V*I gold.
I'tioK'M EXCURSIONIST contain* full Information re
garding route* and the Cost of ticket, to all portion* of
Europe and America, prlj*:Mr^eby
Broadway and Warren rt.
fcdASTWISE STEAJISHilS; ~
PANAMA TRANSIT STEAMSHIP COMFAJ*..
KOR SAN KRANCISOO. CALIFORNIA AND rACIflO
FOItTS, via Isthmus of Panama.
ftuilititt from pief 13 Worth
Steamer ORESCENT CITY SATURDAY, May 27
lor Aspinwali. connecting via Pauama Itallroadat an acne
wltli first cla.< steamships for port* aa above.
For freight or pawage apply to p cliYUB M co
No. tt Bowling Green.
Tinn HALIFAX N. sTTaND ST. JilllNS. N. F.
F . CluiMWELL 8TEAMS1IIP LINE.
Steamer, leave pier 10 North River following dajre. at 5
GEoROE WA8HINGT0N Frlday Jnne J?
OEOROH CROMWEU nie.day, June 20
Most direct, quickest and cheapest ronte to Nova pcotia.
Newfoundland and tne Low-r St. Ujwrence. Hacellentpa.
?euger Mcoro-aodatloua. Kor Irelght or pasaage apply to
CLARK X SEAMAN. W> West st.
FOK NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
THE ukOMWKLL LINE.
The uteamiblp
NRW ORLEANS. Captain Dearborn,
on SATURDAY Jane 3. at 3 o ciock I'. H,
Iroiu pier No. 9 North Kim.
Through bill* of IndiiiK civen to Mobil* and *11 principal
points ou the Misiaaippi Hirer.
Cat.in iduil'I. iti-craire,
Apply to 0 LA ft K A SEAMAN, 90 W?*t rt.
ONLY DIRECT LINK KOR FLORIDA.-WEEKLY LINE
lor I'ort Royal, S. C.; Perntndina, Fla.; Hrnnvwlrk,
tja.; ?nll111IC every I liurvlny, Irom pier Rant River. Tbe
?learner CITY OK DALLAS, Captain Iline*. will tail Thur*
ilaj. June 1. at 3 P.M.. lor Keruaudlna and fort Hojral,
Through ticket* iMued to nil point* In Florida. For fmltilit
or paMitire apply to C. II. MALLOKY k CO., or HERMAN
OELPCKIi. 163 Mallien I nip.
S'^ITBdVtATES A?D BRAZIL MAIL HTKAMSfflPrt,
vailing monthly from Wnteon'* wliarl, Mrooklvu, N. Y.
for PA 11 A, PKKNAMKl'CO, RAIltA and ItlO JANEIRO,
calling at St. .lobn'*. Porto Kirn.
JOHN HKAMALL. I tetdar. Mar 3L
J. H. WALKKK. Thursday. Juno ?.
Pan*cniter accommodation* hmt cla*a.
'or freight and pa??ag?, at reduced ratee. apply to
J. 8. TUCKER A CO., Agent.. :>l Ptne it
NY.. IIWANA AND MEXICAN MAIL MS. LINE.
? Steamer* leavo pier No :t North River at 3 P. M.
Kt?R HAVANA DIRECT.
CITY OP NKW YollK Friday. Jane 2
CITY OP MERIDA Toeed-yr, Juue 13
FOR VP.RA ORUJ5 AND NEW ORLEANS,
via Havana, I'nicreao, Carn peachy, Tuepan and Tampion.
CITY O/ MKKIDA Tueaday. JUu? 13
acd? Broad.,y.
Steamer* will leave New Orleaoe May as and Jim 19 for
Vera Cm* and all the ?bore porta.
XTEW YORK AND HAVANA D>"rte"cT~MAlLLINR
i> Tbe?e llr?i elnw ?"??m?iiipe will rail at 8 K. M. from
pier l.t North Hlver, toot of Cedar ?t., lor Havana direct, a*
lolloir* : - __
i'iiM UBi's Tbnwlay, J an* rt
WILMIM.TON Tli?r*day. Juu? 3U
Par fright and peerage, having ut>?arp***ed acoommoda
Don*, applv to
rt *. P CLYDE A CIO.. No. 0 Bowling Or**a.
McKELLRh, LULINO A CO.. Annf* In llavaaa.
TKXASLINF. POR oaLVKhTON, ToUCHINtl AT KEY
Went, rarrvlnc the UalUd Stale* mail. Th* eteamar
CITY OK KolSfON. Captain Deer!**, will rail on Satur
day. Jane 3. at 3 P. M . Irom plar 2l> r.aat Hlver. Through
Mil* of lading irlren to ail paint* on tb* IIontton and Tex**,
Cantral interuatlnnal ami tireit Nnrtliera. <lalve*t?n,
Hoaaton and i!ead*r*uti, aad tb* ?ialve*t?n. Harris burg
and Han Antonio Railrwada. Freight* aad iMaraur* at
lowett rate*. For freight of hmm. having *aw*ri*r a?
rommodationa, apply t* C. hTMaLLoBi * CO. 1M
Matdealaaa.
COASTWISK STEAMSHIPS.
MORGAN'S LINE OK STEAMSHIPS, " '
lor New Drlitiiiia and 'I exna,
v.tll sail everv Saturd ty to New Orleana. tranaferriuic Texa,
irei.'iit there lu Mom ail'a Loulatana and 1'tiu Railroad lot
Morgan City, t lie lie ? , per Morgan's line ol steamers, M
Texa* our It.
The MORGAN CITY will aaii from pier 3*1 North Rive^
New York, on ?>a:urday, June 3, at 3 1*. M., for New Orleaal
direct.
Through bill* of lading signed In Mobile. Galveston and M
nil pointa on the Galveaton, Hurrisburg ami San Anionic
Houatou and Texa? Central, liiteruati.'ual and Ureal Nortle
em. Texan and Pacific aud Trails?< vutltieiitai railroads. ant
to lniiianola and fan Antonio, anil all poiuta un the Unit
Weat ern fexaa and Pac llo Railway, Brazos Sautlag >, Cor
pua Cliriati, Rockport. St. Mary's and Fulton.
Freight lor St. Mary's and Fulton latidul at Rockport.
Lighterage and channel dues at oitlier Corpus I'hriatt ot
Brain. Santiago nt I lie expense and risk ol consignee.
Through ratea to Jin wnaville via Kio Grande Kailroad.
lusurance can bo effects s under open policy of C. A. Whlt"
ney A Co., New <)rlesns. From Now } ork to New Orleans,
??? !""r cent.: from New York to all Texae port* via New Or
leans \ per cent.
Freight at lowest ratea. For freight or further Inform*,
tlou apply to .. .
CHARLES A. WHITNEY * CO.. Agents,
nler 3U North Riv?r.
o
LD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
sailing flrom pier 37 North River.
Kur Norlolk. City Tolnl mid Richmond. Tnesday*. Thura
day* and Saturday* nt i 1*. M.. connecting with the Vfrrlni*
au<l I'ennuoaee Air I Inc. Atlantic Coaat Lino. Piedmont Ail
Line, Chesapeake ami Ohio italiroad and with the coin
pan)'a steam lino* to Interior point* in North Carolina and
Virginia. Ncwberu and Washington, N. C. ivia Norloik),
every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
Lowes. Del.. Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 3 P. M.,
connecting with Mary I and and Delaware railroad*.
Passenger accommodations unsurpa-sed.
Tlirniigh passage tickets and bill* of lading to all points at
loweat rates. insurance to Norfolk, Ae., W per cent. Freight
received daily at pier 37 North River. General olUcea, l\/|
Greenwich st. N. L. M-'CREADY. President.
gjlOR N ASSAU, N. P.?REUULA It M AIL STEAM SI 11?
X1 LKO leave* New York June 3.
M U Kit AY. FERRIS A CO., 03 South st.
PACIFIC MAIL STKAMSII P LINK.
FOli CALIFORNIA, JAPAN, CHINA, AUSTRALIA,
NEW ZEALAND. HKITISlI COLl MBIA, MU At...
?ailing from pier foot ol Canal at.. Nortli Itiver.
FOR AN rKA.NCI.SCO, VIA ISTHMUS Ol' PANAMA,
COLON Saturday, June 14
connecting for Central America and the South Pacitie.
For freight or paaftago apply at the foot of Canal at., North
River. H. J. Bl'LLAY, Superintendent.
TRAVELLF.US' GUIUE7 : ~
AtTsVEALIAKliiNKliR 11 xTi. "
The ship GEORGE THOMPSON for Melbourne, and
bark 1. SARGENT. lor Sydney, N. S W.. will uke a lew
cabin and Intermediate passengers at $330 nn.i #110 cur
rency respectively. Apply to R. W. CAMERON A CO..
aa south \ymia:a *t. '
ALHaNY AND 1EOY BY DAY BOATS C. VIDUA RD
and UANIhL DRKW.?Leave Veatry it. nler at s :lfl
and IMth *t. at 8 :t#> A. M., landing at Nvaok and Tarrytoira
(cy ferryboat). Weat Point, Newburg, Poiiuhkeepaie. Rhine
berk, Catfkill and lludann. < lose connection at Albiin*
with train* for the North and Weat. To Wect Point and
Newhuri; nad return, aame day, $1; Pnuehkeepaie,$1 .V).
LB ANT.?PEOPLE'S IiIRt ITXAXBOATS tiEAVl
pier 41 North Uivur, daily. Sunday* oxceptad, at P.
Al.. for Albany and all points North ana West.
/Satskill creek line.-x&w CHAMPION. TI ES
K.J ilay, I hiiraUay nnd Saturday, from plor 43, Canal at. |
MuMANUS, alternate >laya, froui L'-roy at., 0 M.
(1ITIZKNS* LINE STEAM BOATS POE TROT AND* AL6
J poinn Northeast and Weat, leave telly, except Satur
day. at (1 P. M.. from pier 48 North River.
Fo~it norwalk direct?fare rkduckd.-os
noil alter Monday. May 15, the steamer AMBRICUS will
leave pier Kaat River, loot of Market St., 3:43, and from
toot ot aid st.. at 3 o'clock P. M.; returning leaves South
Norwalk at 7:30 A. M. daily (Sunday HXaented),?eanec(la||
each way with Daubury and Norwalk and New |U(Al Wall
roads. Fare .V> cents. \
Excursion tieketa oO ccnt(. 't.Sls.
Fall iuvkr link TO BOffOX, ? ?"
via Newport and Full liver. Tiie world
Steamboat. BKISToi. an'i PROVIDENCE I -ave pi
North Itlvor foot of Murray St., dailv (Sunday* exo'
at 3 P. M. Through ticket* sold at all the principal
in tha city.
H
Kill LANDS OF TilK HUDSON BY DATLIGHT.-.
Tiie MARY POWELL, for West Point, Nawburc,
I'omrhkeepsie, Rondoot and Kliiirstou. landing at tlnasenr,
Cornwall, Milton and Now M am loir l', aud Marlboro by ferry,
will leave pier :? > North River (Vestry St.), dally, Suudayf
excepted, at 8 :JU P. M.
OMLD ESTARUSHED LINK FORSTUYVKSANT, CATH
kill ali i interineiilate lau llafR. ?Steamer ANDREW
11ARDKR, Iroro Franklin at. tpier a>), Tuesday, Thnrsdas
and Saturday; ateamer MONITOR, Monday, Wednesday auf
Friday, lit P. M
PEN N s YL V A NIA RAILROAD. "
? IKKAT TRUNK LINE
AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
Train* louve New York, via Dcabrossea and Cort'aaA MftH
ferries, as ioilowa :?
Expreaa lor llnrrisbiirg, Plitsburs, the West and South, with
Pullman paluco citra nttachod, 0:30 A. Al? 6 aud SISO p.
M. Sunday, 0 and S;:JO P. M.
For Wiiliitimoort, Lock llavuu, Lorry and Erio at9:90A.
M. aud ?ii i P. M., conuectin'( at Corry for TttuerW*
l'etromnm Centre and tho nil reclons.
For Baltimore. Wnslilniriou and tiie South, ''Limited Wash"
iiik-tou l- xprea**' of Pullman parlor cars dally, except >un
dav. 1> .:?> A. M.: arrive at W.iahington at 4:10 P. 1L Regu
lar at s :40 A. M..:? and 11 P. St.
Expreaa for Philadelphia. 7, 7:10, ?:?!<?, ?::to A. M.. 1J :30
3, 4, 4:10, 5, 7, Ho P. M. aud 13 night. Sunday, S,
6, 7, S :IIO and ? P. M. Emigrant and aecoud clnas. V P. M.
For Centennial depot at &:30, H'JW, 7-30, S, K :40, 0 : K) A.
M.. 1^:30, 3 and 4 P. M. ReturniiiK. leavo Centnnnlal
depot at 7:13. 8:15. lttSOA. H., 1:15,3AO, 4. 5:;)i.6and
7 iSi P M.
For train* to Newark, Elisabeth, Rah way, Princeton, Tren
ton. I'ortli Amttoy. I'lcmlniton, llelvidore and other
pmiata. Sea local acbe'luioa at all ticket otflcea.
Trail:* arr.ve: r rnm I'ittabnrp, B -M aud I0::H A. M. and
K?;ai) P. M. dally ; 10:l-. A. M. anti B AO P. M. dally, ex
cel i Mnndav. Irom Wiuhiiivton and Baltimore, UsJU A.
M . 4-.0.', 6:15 and 10-M P. M. Sunday. t?:20 A. M. Fran
Philadelphia, 3:1U, 6:20. 0:3.1, 10:13. 11 :20, 1144 A. M-|
3:13, 4;05, j:1j, 6:10. t<^0, 8:44 aud 10;3-'> P. E. Sum
day, 3!l0, H:3(), Sat, ll u'>4 A. M.. and 10 J5P M.
Ticket ofllcea, .'>38 and '.<44 Broadway, Ho. I Aetor Honsd
and loot or Desoroaaes and Cortlandt st*.: No. 4 Court at^
Brnoaiyn; Noe. 114, 118 and IIS Hudson St., Uahokan.
hmixrant ticket office. No. 8 Mattery place.
FRANK THOMPSON. O. M. BOYD, Jr..
General Mitnaicer. General I'aasenxer Agent.
EniLADBLPHIA-VIA LONG BRANCH AND TIIE
New Jeriey Southern italiroad. ?Kaia lower than by
anv other route, commencing May l. 1870. Leave Now
York, Pier s North River, toot Rector st.. 6:43 A, M.. tor
Lomr Branch aud Intermediate points; P:45 A M-. mr Phi'.a*
deiphla. Lone Branch, Viualau'l, Ac.: 4 P. M., for PhtlsteU
phla. Lonu Kraut-li, 1 uckcrton, AO.: 8 P. M.. for Lone
Branah, Ac. \VM. S. SNKDKN. ileuoral Managor,
l>ONI?orT AND KINGSTON,- CONNECTING WITH
Jb I later and Delaware Railroad, landine at Hf htand
Fai f i Weat Point), Cornwall. Newbtmt, Marlooro'. Milton,
Poiulikeupaie. Esopus?stcumhoats THOMAS ('ORNELv
and JAdES W. BALDWIN leave, dally, pier foot of Spria|
at North river, at 4 P. M.
STOKINOTON LINE EOR BOSTON.
Reduction of Faro. _
steamer* R1IODR ISLaND and N AItRAOANSBTT. froat
nler 33 North River, loot of Jay *t..at 3 P. M.
_ ? Providence Line,
fTom pier -7 North River, toot of Park plana, Steamshlpa
EL.ECTRA aud UALA fi'-A, at I ::W P. M.
WEST POINT, NGWlll'ilii, POLOHKEEPSIE AND
return *amu day by day line steamers.
= ' EXCUBSlONi; 3
X^^'OIILAK EX( UR8IONS "TOHKoCKAWAt
A. HVERY DAY.
On and after Thnraday, J una 1, the Soand steamer
NEVERSINK
wilt maka two excursion* every day. leaving
U4th at.. North River, at A :30 A M. and 1 :l'> P. M.
loth at.. North River, at P :4A A. M. and I :'-5 P. X.
Veaey at.. North River, at V A. M. and i^OP. M.
Fulton terry, Brooklyn, 0:30 A M. and 3 P. M.
Lcavlnir Rockawsv at 11 A M. and 3 P. M.
N. B ? Patrons cf this line will emparlance no delay on a^
count of low tide.
Care lot the entire excursion, 30c.
-FIHHINO BANKS EVERY DAT, SATURDAYS
? excepted; ocean staaiuar Seth Low leaving Harrla
sou tt.. North River, 0:30 A.M.: Hth St., East Klver, 7 A,
M ; pier 27 East River, 7 :15 A. M.; 10th at.. North River,
7:40 A. M,; pier 8 North River, X A. M. Tickets, f I.
AL O. FOSTKR. Manager.
Family excursion* to the fishino banks,
off Long Branch.?Tbo fast and aplcn liil ateamer J. H.
MJMl'VJ.KK will commence maklnic dally trip* m abort
Jnn? JO. Time and landinga hereafter. Propoeal* for renl
?r War nod lUOuhmnti will bo reooivodoa ateamer, plM
IV, North River. ____________________
fLTMOCTHROCK. itOCKAWAT.
Th* superb aiemuer will becin bar regular dally trip* !?
Kockaway Beach and the Atlantic Ocean. giving tba gran4
inu?uai entertainment* on every excursion, next Sunday,
June 4.
Kare (tor the whole excursion) 00 mU
Mingle trip ticket* .. ..... 3-1 ?''Ota
Moat will loavo ilie loot of "J'>d it.. .Nnrth Klvar. at 8 A.
M. and 1 .:#! P. M.. and pier Xu. 2 North Klvar, at 9 JO A. K.
and I :4ft P M. every day. __ _
GOODS. .
Velvet Carpeting!.
Body Brussels,
Tupeitry Brussels.
Tbree-ply (heavy, all wool).
Ingrains (all wool).
Ingrains (Union),
Ingrain* (tnporior thread),
Oilcloths, 33?. par yard;
Linoleum?try It.
?3 per yard
BOpor yar4
$1 par yard,
ft 23 per yard.
75e. par yartk
(Oe. por yard
87c, per yard
iMt fair 48c. par yar4
A much superior article to oilcloth.
235. 267.990 and Ml Grand *U,
ooraor Ohryatlo. and M Forsyth si.
ISAHKAi' S HAllT>:KTrt FOR TH* FKOKT HAlRl
1 al?n In visible Crimp* Bade eat of natural aarlv halri
Mrald?. A*. SI I'nloa aqnaso
' MILLINKKY A*U UHKMNiOUlIt*. ~
i-MARIK TILLMaNX,~6F PARIR. IMPoBTE*
? will upon two com* of Finest HwoMt Millinery eo
Monday: bait maker*. 433 Mill av., near Mth St. Oat*
Michel*).
T MMB. natalie TILLMAX'S (LATE OT IffTH Hf.)
now 1.2'M Broadway, between Slat and *3d at*., el*,
gant uovaitie* in Rrmnet*. lints. Flower*. K. U.? Dretees,
Kulu and Tmvseean* made to order.
MMB. M lUX, FROM "PARla. AT PRKftENT AT Till
Centennial at Philadelphia, will be to-day and follow
ing two days, with a choioe col lection af ladle*' Bonnet* a ad
rotwd Hats, at 172 WoM Xtd at.
AAMALM igBtKr :
J" TPRtCKS NEVER APPROACHED BifW?K'~~"
. Wlata and MarbleMantels. Largest assortment la w
ally. PRNRHTII HLATK COMpANr
80 Union square. 4th a*, and |7tb it, Bow IMi
Manufacturers of all kinds of Hlate Work.
PHARD7~?nrE?T aggmrirtAE BKO?PWAj&
? manufacturer of plaster Contra Ptooos and Brackets,
now sad elegant dsiigl.lasgist assortment hMfco atot
rarefnliypaekod aad eeat t* all pans at lkKiM9HW
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