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SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, *C.
"A ?KOR SALE. ONc VBR^riVi'WT'tfiTllSrllt* XV. U?*. ? *ory lari(o asaortmsat of vary iiuiil I*k?o Ter rier* and all otliar kind* cf Dn|f*: MalUso Cat* and Kitten*, tauie Squirrel*. Pan Kowl*. 4c. ; Medicines (or all disease*; all kiuil* ul Boarded at MKYkKH, 45 Great Jones il, Bear Howry. ANY" pk~?m>5 i"iavTnu~A ~UOtBiTk" barrel ?cYbraech loading Gun, *ood English linker. 10 or 12 bore. for tale cbeap lor cash. address, with lull particular* and lowest price, A. D. It., boa 4.711 Poat office, city, Tj?OU HALE?A BALLARD KIKLH, 44 CALIBRE. WITH F wind guatre, alirkt. ca*e aud cleaning rod ; slieot* long larirld^e: lowest price, #-*? Appl) at 81 Cathariue at. fc<0R SALE ?ORANGE AMU wTllTK SETTER D04J, V well broke Iiuiulra at 8? Parayth si. Vok S AI,I -ALL I'll h CIIUH'I-. BREEDS OK DOGS, X and ui>u fur slock purpose*: Medlclue for all dlaeaae*. D. 1*. POSTER. Jr.. No. 3 West 3d it. For sale-six Yorkshire blue and tan skye Terrlara from 2^? to 5 pound*, and one full bred Skye Terrier. Apply Ul Charlton at. Fur sale riiK vp-a hkaitikul selection op Skye Terrier*, weighing Iroui 3 to 4 pound* each. COLLINS. 1,245 Broadway. WU OOLUKN PHKA.-AM >. *46i MOCKING BIRD, aplei.dli! singer. $30 Sky Lark* and tho.-outflibreJ fowl*, ?l FANCIER'S AGENCY, 54 Cortlaudt at. W~ANTKD-A WATCHDOG FOR A CUlNTIlY place; Newloundlaud preferred. R. P. U.. box 1M4 lierald office. pool selling. "XXWlOiirVUKScu "AND combination* Pod'Ls ^V,o 1 d to-iuorrow on the Jerome Park K.ice* at OS Hudson it., Ilubofcen, N. J. KELLY k BLISS. the "Turf. "~ Y)Roo'iLYjTT>iftVI>G PAUIv-a" puksk op "woo Jjlor three minute horses will be trotted lor on Wedneaday, the init.: entries Oil the IStb, at 11 P. M. Addrea* A. WILLIaMS * SUN, Parkvllle. L. 1. CI LUTON DRIVING PaUK.?CLIFTON, N. J.. /Wednesday, Juno 20.?Mutcn and Premium, $600.? William l.ovell, b. tf. Harney Kelly. P. Manuee. a. g. Moa cow. W illiam Mlaliop, b. in. Carrie N. II. Gilbert, b. g. Harry Gilbert. Premium ol $150tor hones that never beat V :4t?; $75 ttrat. $5(1 second, $-'? third. Close Mouday, Itlth, mi Clilton. JAMES MOPPET, Proprietor. 1 >0RT WA?HIJfQTON pleasure bROUNDS.-trot tin;;Thursday, June 2H; pure*. $15(1. for 2 :37 claaa; $*5 to lirat, $5i.i to tecoud. $15 to third ; entries clo>c Thursday, June 21; entrance, to per cunt of uur?e. one-half of which rnuat aceoiupany nomination Addreaa S. '1'. VELSoll, Sec retary, Port NVii(biu];tiin, (Jiiecni county, Long lataud. SEA VIEW PAKKTmhW DORP. s. f?TIIOTtTnG June 23; 2:40 class; JUKI Urat. $HO secoud, $25 third: entries close Monday Juua 18, U P. M. *T. LU11V. Manager. SKA VIEW PAitK. NEW lit)ul', & i.?TROTTING July 4; purae, $100; 2:40ciM?.' Brat, $0O; rooonti. ?-5 ; third, $15. Saiuu day ? Country horse*. 2:50 claaa: purae, $76; entries ?lo<e June 23, II P. M.; entrance foe, 10 per cent of purae, muat uceoinpnuy. A. liOKSH.% CAHHIAtiEn, ?feC. A"" ~tCTlb.\ HOUSE "oV A^rtirJdH.Vdru.V: IU, 21, "Si and L'o l.'itli at., near University place. THE OLDEST established AND MOST RELI ABLE HOUSE IN THE CI'I'Y BALES OF HOUSES AND CARRIAGES HELD every Tuesday and Friday at 10 o'clock. ON EVERY HORSE THAT IS YVAKKANTED SOUND FROM a4 IIUUKS TO THHEE DAYS FOR TRIAL GENTLEREN UAVINU HOUSES OK UAKH1AUES to Mil, or those wishing to buy, will find our business continued on precisely the same strictly honorable prin ciples which have always governed our house Hud won tl'u respect anu confidence of tlic en tiro community. -?CHARLES W. BARKER. " ~ . SECOND ONLY IN ABILITY AS A HOUSE AUCTIONEER TO HIS FATHER, _ TI1E LATE MAJOR HAUKEK, WHO WAS THE ACKNOWLEGED HEAfa OF HIS PROFESSION IN AMEhlCA. tan now be engaged lor unlet of stock at any part of tbo country. Andreas corner ol Broadway and Jutli st EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUUDAY THE MESSRS. BARKER'S GRAND REGULAR HOUSE AND CARRIAGE SALE AT MARKER A SON'S CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTER BALL S, CORNER OK HROADWAY AND 99T11 ST. Y?cHAh. w. barker, auctioneer. ? IliE EXTRAORD1N ARY protuiKiiij;, ^rsitd youDi bity IrottlngMai* RAUL'S GIRL, 15.2>, hl?b; lo.led fs7l* bred by Mr. Conkliu, owner ol iiarua; got by Cotikiiu'a Ao dulluli. aire of Karus, who wan beaten in California by a uoae only iu 4:14*4; dmii a lu?t road mure; J a a in are of beautiful s> mint try and appearance, galled like mai-hinery; has never ha*.' a day's handling and can trot In 2 hh). aud with out doubt it trained will trot CLIMli TO 1! :;lo by fall: j? a preat road mare, and is warranted sound and kind; pedigree Suarauteed. Will be bold without reserve on next VVedues* ay, June 20, at 11 o'clock. at HAKKlJC A SOX'.S ftow lork I uttcri.il|?a, corner of llroadway and 39th st. whore the can now be seen and examined. A?"a. s. plandrau" ? ?il'j and 374 Broome st. (old stand of Brewster A Co.), Invites an Inspection nl'his largo and romnlclo ?f finished CARRIAGES nnd hOAD WAGONS now at the ware rooms. embracing all the popular stylos now in use iiuttufully and elegautly finished. * LAN DAUS. LANDAULETS. LABRloLETS, VIS-A-VISj barouches, broughams. ntrnJi. ms-o . physicians' WAGONS, DEI Or WAGONS and UoCKAWaYS Road wagons. .m*ft0 11 ?i>??'"l?y ol Bond Wagons, and offer to the public tills season the best riding wagon possible and at a price within thu roach of nil. These wagons embrace ull the new liuprovcinoiits used uy Messrs. Brewster A Co. ol Brooms st.. including ' "THE RUBBER CUSUIONElJ AXLE" pronounced the greatest improvemeut ever mado iu whcoled vehicles iu the dircctlou of saiety. comfort aud ocouoniy. 11 Alt N KSS. hartdUPCr^ ,'0C't of "Biit "Ul1 heavy Harness constantly on A. S. li'.UAXDUAL'. AVLRY HIGHLY 1RAINKD SADDLE HORSE FOR sale at u bargain : It is a Iback gelding; 1 5.a und souud ? property ol gentleman leaving the city: no offer refused ?' P.rk uV.?t V Tt\ b1u-,<Jf" ,lu* time at Central I ark K.*?ing >eliool, uh av. and *>Hth at. A bargain.?a suuuli cXurT weighs igo KIIt!1, Ju,, : P"'? and shafts. Address O Hn 9.H11 II, core J. ?Muckey, 7U3 Hroad st., .Newark, N. J. A PONY PHAETON J'.tKEN I OR DEPOT,"'~AND Sler*er s*0 AUL11Ui'-s carriage siiop, aay A~TtARE 01*1*OBTU N1T Y.?F O R ~SA Le] A~N UMBER cl!u? lloises. imported thoroughbied suddic also high bred siugle Hordes and closely matched 1'aiis for cairiAge or phaeton. Sold only for want ol u?e ami to re dui^ ?tock. t-an bs seen, trlea und examined at private stable, \Y est 7-d at., between VVoateru boulevaid auu ltth av., for throe da>s. A iRiAVFkB,1K BJtfV>0 M aKK ?'OLOR~ALl IlLA' K XVl >'a iiigh ; slrea by \ermoiit Black Hawk, out ul a Cuna bro'aiiway ' recorJ 01 - Apply sure .lir.i A EINE. STYLISH BAY HORSE FOR SALE CIIEAI'? ^llave uo use for him. Ad.iress t;. II., box tM Jamaica. AGRKaT BAUGA1N-MUAO TURNOUT FOB coiisTsting "I boiuitllul buy Mate l.ady Alien, sited bv j-.tniin Allen Syeursold. I.i,'4 hands, reoord 2 :4a, ?nrruuliil sound and kind ; Hue Harness and light side bur tori vVairon g..od its now. bin t by Hrewstcr ol Broome st.: wouldseU separately. Seen Hi OSBORNli ,t U UE.M PEER'S hourd. Clfv Vfelgiiui1 U'"1 ^ l,llkl,"uJ "v" "u"r ' "Ui t House, Jersey A? ROAD \VAGO~NS.~" ~ " * WITH , 111UUBBER CUSHIONED AXLE. This grout improvement, relieving every part of the ve t V?. slrul" jP?rd^Hting thu <* heels at all times tori tain their true position upoii the uxle. regr.rdless of and' PHKr?MlnA"i! ,Tcf'"cu"t'u",luu- accuracy and I REUNION in thoir movement, rendering our Wauona specially desirable for speeding. In all weights and sty les. W. KRaNK DUSbNliUit), ' m and l:i7 Chrystie st. A -THE "BUI-JWSTER WAGON." .ill ali weight*, fitted wttti tne UUBBER CUSHIONED H*ie, securing urcat accuracy in ruiniiivr. comfort -safelv aad economy, and unequalled in i|imlit>. ivrm aud uoler BRKW.SIRR x CO., of hrootne st. Broadway. 47lh to 4Stli st., _ bay place or business. Ai-urv. leaving tiie city, would SELL llsil Park Phaeton aud Harness: perfect order. Can bo men "l ^A^UKfTEU'S Staples. Broad a ay ai.d4i.Uts". A dark bay saddle HoRSk, kor sale?tiior J Voughbred : sound and gentle: suitable for lady or gen tleman; or aouiu hire to a responsible party for ttiO'Ui.* nier. Appiy at private stable 107 East ltlth st. ASUMBER Of THOROI tiHLY TRAINED SADDLE Horses; also, well broken to narucss, line family Horses I .1 general use. cspei-ially suited lor iadiis' aud children's and Osth'Ji* ll"* *' ,;"n,r*1 ''"rk K,dlnif chool. 7th av. A PINE LIGHT BRBWmTER SillKTING TOP FULL spring Road Wagon, good ..snew; mill he sold cheap or exihangtdlorK uood i'liauton: reasonable difference iu cash. Appi.v Central 1 ark Riding school, 7th av. und :>Sth at. Open auuday. A VKRY SI I'EiUOK ROAD IIIIRSI., YOl jjli SOI N/I kind: bay; 111 hands; J minute gail, ail day aud speed ?aet; Brewster top full spring Wajoii and nex set of llai Ji.es*. Ac. , lor sale or exchange for Diamonds To he seen at day" *'* ** sc',ou'. 7"> "V. and uNth st. Open Sun A GENTLEMAN ABOUT LEAVING TUB CITY HAS ,'^r s*4'" ? flu? ?'de oar top Wa.on. Call JU4 West A -POUR WHEEL T CaRT Poll $:ir.ii. COST ? pole sliafts; Hutu siuake. several second hsnil i^ar nages taken In exchange; hall piUe. H aM. >im Broadway. A FOit SALE. I ll h I. i:I XT 1-;m B ANUAiN BVRR ? ottered, handsome and speedy ba.v Horse, 7 years IN', liKuds ; win ranted sound un.l kinu ; top Pony Phaeton, llai iii-ss. Lap Kobe VIi hip, 4c ; also Extension too Pnaetoa I ??|c and Shalts; Double Harueaav nearly new. Anniv to 1-oachinau. ?t%blo 12M Km?v lethal Avi A'.1 stable for sale.?address livery AliLh. .Station L. iliirl?*iii. IIEKilov.-?MAi;i;lK MUIUUS KoR MA LB AT A ?L-arrlnce ; liniiu.oiue dark ha). 7 years old, IS.II liluh sound and kind; Clay stick; nine Messenger crosses; has trotted In as-'.'i; best breu marn iu the country Peulurt'e ? Uil pariit ular. with .a L DGE'i'f, l.\ Murray st. AWAGONETIE, MADE IN LONDON; .MAKES INTO a I cart; iu fir?t class order: a sluule aud dtiuhie s. I of hi^.s moiiuied lluriioss, made iu London. . 0 M nshiuuton alley, near Uuivcrsity plat e. A PAIR OP MAREs-VERY STYLISH AND FREE ji V liivcrs; mn trot together belter than 3 nilnut. s: one li.? a record ol a^J6; Peril drove together t?o \ e.irs ; also ?ood Brothers T t:art. English silver moimteu Harness; J?r?wster * Co. siiN bar io|i Wa^on, Pole and ?h?lt>; iMinseomh Double llncucni so.'d eh**ap, lojjeth^r or aeparute. C411 be ??cii at .>? W eal liMh at V?IW r.tpi Y it i hI N7ri? ~\V Al.O.Nrt. * l U il25; ?uew. aecoud hand; for express, grocer, butcher, baker, tnUk, depot, delivery. Wagon m auu factory, 220 ftprln#; kt. Aohstlkman woilp l\k$ tiie uik ui k lfo?*si* and sido-bar Wairou three or lour tlines it week during III; suninier. Address, slating terms, Ac., pau I.. Derail I plowu Branch olllco. A small HIIIAN ALLEN MAKE, can trot iN 2:40, a stylish city ma .u warranted Top i*oiiy Pliaeton, nearly ne? . will; llaruess to match; all this !ui #:?*!; not jae^ third their value. Also a fl,si .:.??? Doctor's I'haeloo. I.ni ailili st., oelwedb i^xiugtou aud lid avs. A HANDSOME PONY rio KOR SALB.-PONY 411 Inches high, S years old, wanaut'-rt sound auil kind: free horn all tice or trn k, and ,..fe |jr the must tiiniu ci.il.I erlnvailil: also Phaeton. Harness aud >adule. Aoolt at private stable IU1 East a?th si A' k"ll OP i ER tv ANTED?HaNDsoMB EHBWnTBR improved spring lop M agou . set line uoad Harness, n.arly new. Uos.mere Staides, 'J47 West 41st -t A SPLENDID HOUR SEAIKD PARE I'll AKTON Tolt XViala. good a* uew; has been used but little ; coat fO&O aoM lor |U7!>, lor want ei use. 4a7 Weft Mih st. A! HORisa, caruia'j::s, ?c. fccffoS"SaCS. ? -Ruction salR". ...TOMORROW, To MOUliOW, I 0' MOBHOW (MONDAY), june lo. AT II O'clock SllARP. At THE PKIVATh STABLE. NO. 4.'. west 1sth -T., CH\RL 8 C. DL'KK. AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL 8EVKN CHOICE AND KASHIONABLV bred OEM TLEMKN'S koau. FAMILY AND SADDLE HORSI-.S. TOGETHER with KlEGANT CARRIAGES. DOUBl.E AND SINGLE uarnESm. SUPERIOR ROUES, BLANK KT8, sheets. WHIPS, SADDLES. BRIDLES. AC. AC. AND WILL positively BE sold TO HIGHEST BIDDER. Includlug a handsome, rich aud fact Te?u? of Hatable t<<nia:i Geldings, color u bay. 1>,\ hands and 7 years old; wore sired by Major Wlnlield. by Rysdyk'a llamblotonian; they were rained by Mi^jor II or ton at roughkepp?i?. N. Y.. whu sold theio to present owner, after ho bad scou thorn trot a full lulle on Kieetwood track In :2:443a; they are without exception the llne?l 'driving, best styled and liaml somen team of pure aud honest trottars lor gentlemen'* road or carriage u?e lu this city, aud with tbetr extra Hue dispositions make tile lit second to no teaui for family use ; they are alraid ol nothing; are safe for uoy lady to drive kiuclv or double ; the) have lull black uiancs aud talla: act. style aud drive alike and are warranted kind and tree from vice, trick or fault, aud sound, without blemish. llaudsomast Coupe or Matcli Home in the State. 10 handa high, compactly and 1'ouy built,*! >e?r? old; very stylish lii harness or out; a very proud stepper; color bright bay; was rained in thin State, and uuttc coot one year ago $l,7ftO; is warranted souud and kind, alraia of uotliiug and must be areu to be appreciated. The bi-autilul Liauk Trotting Mitre, Lady Willis, trotted at Dauviile, N. Y., lu 11:37>i. beating t'arrle. Tout Walker and set eral other* For otiier prrlormanco* see Wallace's 'lurf itcgistcr. she is sired by General Knox, daiu a With ers Messenger mare; is 7 yearn old. 1 ?*>.'* hands nigh, very puie galted, wear* no br.ots when speeding: prompt, pleas ant driver ; U not excitable iu company: drives well d<>ublu ; bus great endurance aud has improved greatly in speed, as she trotted u mile i?t Fleetwood Park this spring in J with only two weeks' training, she Is a very plaaaant road ware: is warranted sound and kind. Very handsome Saddle and Harness fielding, 1 H-Ufi hands high, s years old; is perfectly broke under the saddle; eale for u lady to drive or ride; can trot a mile lu 8 minutes, and Is warranted sound and kind Valuable fit-t itnd handsome chestnut Trotting Mare FANNY HILL: was sired by ilouest Allen; dam by Young Morrell; she Is highly bred; tine symmetry, bloodlike, ttyl list* auil line, pure galled, honest aud genuine young trot ter; has no public record, but Is warranted to trot a mile in 2:40. and warranted sound and kind; is I.V4 baud* high anil 7 yo?r* old Finest Child'* l'ony lu New York; 13 handa high. <J year* old; broke to aaddle and harneia and wurranted aound uud kind. CARRIAGES include 1 LANDAU. BY BKEWSTER A CO., OK BROOME ST. s TOP PON Y phaeton. 3 LIOI1T TOP ROAD WAGONS (BREWSTER PATENT). SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS. A Lor OK KIKE KERSEY BLANKET* FOB ROBES. BITS, BOOTS. WHIPS, SADDLES. bridles. AC. ; 1 PORTLAND CUT TKR; 1 TRUNK FOR HARNESS, blankets, AC., TO KhEP RATS AND MOTHS OUT. N'. It?THK ABOVE HORSES HAVE ALL BEEN DRIVEN IN SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS. AND ARE superior AS WELL AS SAKE ROADSTERS. THE ABOYE STOCK WILL BE ON F.XII IBITION AT STABLES AS ABOVE AT ALL TIME.". PKIOtt TO SALE. W HEN PARTIES CAN HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY OP TRIAL AND "EXAMINATION BEFORE TIME OF .-ALE. AND OK ASCERTAINING PULL I'AHTICU LA KM. PARTIES IN SEARCH OK anything OK THE KIND SHOULD NOT PAIL TD AVAIL themselves OK the PRESENT opportunity. AS ALL WILL BE SOLD TO HIGHEST BIDDERS WITHOUT LIMIT. RE STRICTION OR reservation, and ALL will HE FULLY WARRANTED AS represented, and IK pound not to bc. so pcechasers can return and MONEYS will BE KEKUNDED. SALE positive. BAIN Oil SHINE, and SALE will COMMENCE PROMPTLY AT II O'CLOCK. STABLE OPEN THIS day iSCNDAY). FROM It TO 4 O'CLOCK. At auction. BY Van TASHELL k KEARNEY, AUCTIONKKRg, AT TUE1K HOK.SK AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART, 110. 112 East 1 Utli ?t , near 4;h av., ON TUESDAY, JUNE 10, at 10 o'clock. VERY HANDSOME AND STYLISH PAIR BAY GELD. ING8, air bluck points: long, full manes mid tails; IB bands high. IS und 7 years old: wtrriuittd sound and kind. Tula in leully ouo of the butt carriage teams In the State. Set gold mounted Double Har ness, br WiUuu. LAND A I'. ? PERFECT ORDER. BY WOOD BROS. THE COMPLETE TURNOUT will be (old absolutely with out limit. VERY HANDSOME DAPPLE ORAY COUPE OR DOG CART uOKKE. I0>4 bandi Illicit. 8 years old: very stylish ; tine stepper: warrautod sound and kind. SET Ol- TANDEM HARNESS, by Moore, of London. ELEGANT DOG CART, IN PERFECT ORDER, built by INWOOD. of ST. ALBANS, ENGLAND. ALSO. BLACK MARE, l.V4 HANDS HHIII. 8 year* old; let': In D. HARNETT'S stable. 15 Ea?t :*Jth at., on the 20th ol September, 1870. Hold to pay charges and keep. Auction" seven work iiousks.-john~~X DUNN, auctioneer. sella on Monday, Juue 18, 11 o clock sharp, at II! Ilosde st.. near Kim. seven Work Horses, Tiot ter, Kuir^y and Harness: also single Truck, one not of Ex press Harness; sold on account ol no work. N. li.?Buyers and dealers Invitod to Iniipoct stock the day previous to sale. A1 LUBRICATOR. No wasto, no dapping. Do hot journals. Cars have run one year without reolllng at a SAVING OK 00 i'ER CENT. Shaltlng will ruu as icog. TOMLINSON. Patentee, MJ and 82 White st. ?CARRIAGE REPaIRS. Our repulring department oflem unequalled advantages tor iood and prompt work. All carriage* housed I u clcuu loom* and carelully protected from datfiuge. Precisely the sarno quality of material and labor employed as lu uew work, mi J nil carriage* Uuisbud with Valentine's varnish, which in brilliancy and durability is suorrior to nuy ol for eign manufacture. Estimates furnished und carriages sent lor and delivered by our own teams, free ot charge. Carriages sent now to be repaired will be retainod until fall withuut charge lor storaue. BREWSTER * CO.. of Broome st., Broadway, 47th aud 4bth all. VERY FINE blDE BAR ' ROAD* W AGOK. CITT ?nude; no oiler relused. 1*. Mc'KENNA, 172 Vunck si. A?to i' t w o" si; atkddepot "wagon. NEARLY .uew, will he sold reasonable. Can bo seen at PLATT'S Stables, lu M'.'tb st., between Oth ?v. aud Broadway. T*PR IVATE*SALE. ?OUR NEW STOCK OFPONIR8 hai Just arrived; Riding and Driving i'onirs. Call at 148 East 24th st. ASaCIHFICE-A Dl'SENBURY SIDE-BAR TOP Wugou, in lirst class order, lor $100. 00 and 98 Sulli vuu st c A?CARRIAGE RRPATRM ? ALL REPAIRING DONE ?In the best manner and with the best materials, and ail tlnlsliod with the best English varnish only; estimates given mid carriages scut lor ami delivered free of charge troin either of my lactones, HO Kasl lJth st. and l,;Vi3 Broad way. M. Oil RLE Y. B- ~~ FOR . ACCCURACY AND PRECISION IN THE MOVEMENT OF WHEELS USE 'NIL RUBBER CUSHIONED AXLE. The yielding nature ol the (lubber Cushions, securely em* bedded within the bub, prevents vibration aud all undue strain, thereby uernilttlng the wheel to retain its true posl. tion upon the axle. Wheels upon rubber cushioned axles only inn perfectly true, hence lor speeding (liny have s;.o ciiu value. THE RUBBER CUSHIONED AXLE COMPANY. Broadwuy, 7tb av. and -KM st. (LONG ACRE). B?NOW IS A CHANCE TO GET A "TWO-BKaT ?Wagon lor one-third its cost (In not soilod), with leatlier extension top, pole and shafts; weighs :wi pounds: seam four persons Vlso one Drowsier spriug No-top. weight 20M pounds; seats lour persons. Also extra line single and lio.ible Harness. Paietto Club Stable, l.rHl 2?lth st., near lid av. "ewstkr, of swtu st., full* spring'*t6> Wagon, pole ainl shults. nearly new : also flno team oT chestnut Horses. ID hands bigb, sound and kind ; Hue family team; Single and Double Harness; cheap. .Ml West 10th st ( 1ARKlAlil.S-SKCO.M> HAND. 'VICTORIA, ~ CAB \ ,'rlolet, Kockaways, Pbuotona, Jump-seat Doct >r's I'liue tnn. Depot Wugoti, Dog Cart, top and no toj< Wagons, Ac. R. M. M lVI'.Ji.N. I 14 to l .J l ast :ilst st C" 1ARRI AGES.?GREAT REDUCTION ' IN 'pftfeRR^ ytiRUHK. :<00 Canal st., has a large stock lour and six seat Rockaways, Depot Wagons, Park und Pony Phaetons. Buggies hnil other styles, ulj of his own make, at maiiufuc turer's prices and wurrantod; buy ol the maker'; save all dealers' profit aud got what yon bargain for. ' lOUPR "llOHSr. FOR SALE CIIKApI ALSO BA rottclio. imiuire at priva? stable 1311 Wost :13d st. DTTCTOB'S PIiAhTON?BUILT TO ORDER; "(;o67? material; elegant and strong. Apply DOCTOR, 40 est 3Mk st. "LVxECUTOR'S SAi.Ii?crARI'.lAGEM AND IlARNfisiT. ill BENJAMIN P. FAIKC1IILD, Auctioneer, will sell on Wednesday, J line 2t I, at 11 A. M , at salesroom V Beach st , lor account estato I'linrles E. Carman, de i eased, 1 Landaulet, also 1 top Road Wsifsn, 1 no top Road Wagon, line und Heavy Harness. <tc. Fine kkntuckv iiorshm for sale-at~my stables on Central av., above McCcmb's Daru Bridge: 20 fine horses, three largo sixe, suitable for drags or dog carts. RICHARD PENLSTaN. LVIK SAI.K -AN ELEGANT TEAM OF ' CHESTNUT r Mares; very haudsouie, kind and fust. Address HAR OLD. Herald nfticu. roll SALK-AN A NO. t STOP WaTCII, NEW: 18 r carat gold huutlng stem wluder. made by (iiiedln, Ge neva. Address 0. S., box 17u Herald office. I[lOR SAl.E-A BAV HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD, ill 1 bunds high, sound aud gentle, not alrnld ol locomotive, drlveu by a lad) two years past, with Phueton, llarnea*. Robes, Ac complete for $2.10. Anp'j to IJ W.U i.NKER, No. 20 East I'llst st . or 111 llroaaway. ISOUSALK-ONK SORREL" ANI)"oNE DARK B7lO\V~N ' Mare; sound, kind and stylish: one black Mare, all style; one fine black Coupe ll<>r?e; one superior combined harueas and Saddle Mare, suitable for a Inily to ride or drive: two good Work Horses; would oxcliaiixe any of tho abo\e loi an extension Toj> I'urk Phuelou, in good ordur. HORTON \ I.AWRhM'K. Jersey t Ity Club Stables. 182 to 188 York St. Jersey City. ? JpOR SALE-BAY COUPE HORSeTiO 1 3III(JIL,~0 years 'Id. v?rv showy, styiiafi driver; safe tor lady. Private stu'le, 2KI West 2'dli st. Extension Top Park Phaeton. aliu>st new, und Hiirunss. LVHt SAI.B?A IIAMIKOMK PAIR OF CIIEsTNCT F Horses, 10. one 7 aud II tears o.d ; kind, truu; Uucsttlo and a.'tinn: gooil manes anil mils. Address II. POLLOCK. Easto'i, I'a. l^OR HALE ?A HANDSOME, ,,ASf. CHESTNUT MAUE. F with Stivers' top Wagon . will be sold very low for cash, at II t'MIORN'S ??stable. 1 ::7 West I7tli st. BIOR HALE?SllIFI'INC TOP PARK PIIAETON. IN good order: Wi od Bros, make; very cheap. Also g ild plated coach Humes*. Apply I2.> East L'2d it. L^OU SM.K- A HAMMOX1 MAKE, TRAINED FOR F lady to itile or drive ; not afraid ol locomotive; sound and kind ; sold cheap. 0 West IMth st. poll >A LI'. -TWO UOOD WORKING HORSES, WITH two i is Simile Harni'ts: also two light Express Wagons suitable lor grocets or pedlers; will be sold cheap for cash ou lie ount owner losving the city. Call at 2.r>2 i>recnwieh st. LH/II saLb. ? f 176 WILL BUY A~HANDMoXE VOUNO JD llorse, warrautod sound and kind, siugle or double. riloM ?- I ARB Ml \S est 1 lib >t. Lioit sALE?nOllKKL MAKE, It HANDS, ("mil X? old ; sii ed b> Jupilur. dam tlnee qiiurtois thoroiighln ed mare, llnioirtcd by Mr, livln; trols In three minutes; war ranted sound and kind; Hay Mare. 1fl,2. 7 veers old: slVcd by lliitnbletoiilan, ?ecoiid dam American Mar; trota lu three minutes; warranted sound mid kind; a beautiful ? audio in are. also ? no to ,loa>i Wagou, Polo sod Miafts; top Wagon, I'ole and Shafts; double and stuirle Harness; above articles sold for want of use. Stable J J West lUtli st UOR SAL -A VERY FINE TEAM (MARE AND r Horse>. 15 hunts) fulght ba>s. with wblie fiotjvery noticeable, spirited and iremle for a Indy or doctor's phae tou; llioy could not be ixcellsd; w..u(d soil imio or lo th. i_M at. and 12th av.. North . iver. J/oII SALE?S 11Vt.IIS FULL srill.Ni> W AtiON A *D J Harness, good as now. Apply at i:i8 East 41st st. ? HORSES, CAHIIIAUKS, 4C. Frfff' 8AL?-A~"?TKONO BUIX.T' BbCTOk'S ou Collector'* Wa/oo. made tn order: old oa* taken la trad*, at 77 Mutt at.. betwe U Canal and Bayard. OU~rtAi.h?TilUEK CHEAP HOUSES. AfrLY 134 West loth st. . New York. For salb at kacbikicb-pinb lkatiibb top I*ark Phaetou. nearly new. in Brat dan order: ??uts two per?.>ua; will exvltanre fur a two aeat Phartou or Rock away. REYNOLDS, 1IU Oth st.. Williamsburg. J~^ob s a veTFah a cbipice~a bou> d TS i> kind 1 Horse, suitable tor any buaineae nurpoae. Apply to W*. MOXll AM, 13 hast 27th at. IjlOK BALK CHEAP FOR CASH OR WILL TBADB fur a pair of .Coach Horses, oue cheap Coach, one cheap Clarence, two six-seat Phaetons. At A. G. ARVOKhil'S. No. H 7th av. Two Horses cheap IjVjR SALE "TTirTc 11 BAP?A BAY HORSE, 15.3 1 high: souud and uciitle; not atVaid of locomotive: irood traveller}?years old. Inquire JOHN MARTIN, 037 West ?Wtb si FOB SALE OUEAP-OSB T CART, NEARLY NEW; one set 01 single Harnes". made by Dun-comb, in uood order: alio one pair of hoary Hla&keta and one pair of sunt Bar Blaukuts, lap Robes. Sheets, Ac.; must be aold beldre M rdtinaday. Can be soen at TllChSDELLK atabiei, Iii0 and 128 West 40tb at. IiH>R BALE CHKAI'?POUR NEW BUSINESS WAG 1 ons. A. SMITH. 33T Bast tKJth st. FTm SALE" OilEAP-A OOOd PAYING UVKUV Huniness, with Work of a itood hotel. Address SAN DERS, Heruld olHee. JjUNB~ui/UUD HAY liaMm.KTOYI AIThoRSK. KIRKD JP b> Edward Everett 5 years old, 1*1 bands high: sound and kind; U a good stepper and very handsome; must be sold by 25tli; price 9300. 155 Bast 3?th st. C^keat bargains Ft lilt week lit all ttylet flue Carriage*. A. T. Ufe.MAMF.KT A CO.. tFM Broadway. Handsomely finished and well constructed Carriages; also Hurne>s. Lap Dusters. Sheets, Wblps, Ac., in very large variety, at tho lowest possible prices fur irood work. Pony Phaetons. every stylo. $ltx>up. Top Bngiries, side bar and lull spriuar. $1 10 up; lluckaways, $H?! Depot Wwm.llli; Coupe Rockawavs. Ac. Harness, light ami heavy, klUKle and double. from $0. l.ap itiigs und Sheets. latest patterns, from HUc. JOHN MOORK, Warerooms 57 Warren ?t. AUTOSOME," HTYLI8U "DAPPLE ORAtf" WOKS if value ilfiO. to trade fjr I'ony Phaeton. 124 West 19th at, A NIISOM li.vr PONKY PHABTOK IV 0*fV?PLAN drau, maker; coal $425 one year ago; make offer; nor baa iio use lor it. Stable UM5 8th *v. II HA.UBLKTONIAN COLT. 4 YEARS OLD. HOUND, kind 'ind well broke, promlies groat apeed; might ex cnauge for a farm Horse. 1W Weat 4th at. Handsome new 7r cartT our own makh, and tour-wheel Dog Cart, lor aaie low. BROWN * HATE MAN. 14a Kait 41at at. I WILL SELL OHBAP?GOOD SECOND 11aND. KI LL spring BuKiiJ. or trade for Books uud Baby Carriare: beautilui Mirror, Night and Mornlug 1'icturea to trade. Ad dress II. A., box ISO Ueraid olUce. LWANTTOSEi.L. KoR UAS~u7>IOBMK AND BUGGY; lao Haineaa, Ac. Address SORREL. Herald office. JOHN Hi DRAPER,~~AUCTIONE*liltT" By JOH > H. DRAPER k CO., TUESDAY, Jane 10, at 12 o'clock noon, in front of their store. A light Brett or Barjuvhe, made by Wood Bros.; It In per fect order for immediate uie; a very handaome and dralra ble carriage tor town or country. Also, an elogant glass front Family Carriage, In good ordor; made by Wood Brothers. Tneae vebiciea are the property of a party giving up the use ?r carriages, and cau be seen at the warorooms of Messrs. WuodBrothers, 51 Lafayette place, where they are now on storage until the day of sale. J- OIlN Il7DRAPER. AUCTIONEER By JOHN II. D1UPER k CO.. TUESDAY, June 10, at 12 o'clock uoou, in tront of their store, by order of William Watsou. Esq., Jersey and Ayrshire Cuttle. 14 bead tall blooded Jersey and Ayrshire Cattle, imported stock, herd book animals. Catalogues at our office. JUST ARRIVED?14 EXTRA STYLISH HOKSBS*. four Coach Teums, coupe Horses. T Curt Teams, Road Teams, Phaeton Horses and saddle Horses. WAITE'S stable, No. 521 5th av. Lame horses. krom whatever caosk pro uounccd incurable, treated without charge bj upnlyinir or writing to WILLIAM M. GILES A UO. (Giles' Lini ment Iodide Ammonia). 45] Uth sr., New York. Send poatul card for pamphlet contaluing full information. IHIIIT T CART. SECOND IIAND, ' Jwltb turnout back seat, hung on four spring*. built by Wood Druthers; cost $700; pricc $250. A. T. DEM Alt EST k CO., 028 Broadway. Mortgage sale.?thos". heillyT auctioneer! will tell on Tnesduv. June 19, at 12 o'clock, No. 20 Lorl ?nor st., Brooklyn. E. D., corner of Booruiu, 10 Ahe Horses, snitahle for any business; 5 Wagons, double and single Hur noas, 2 Road Wagons. USTBK SOLD AT AN V OK I'ER-WlNDSOR TOP Road Wagon. Top Pony Phueton. Depot Wagon. Hole ttiid^haiu, siiata four persons; top side bar Koud Wagon, full Iprlng Top (fall seat) Road Wagon." one Speeding 'Wa gon, ler on* man. 15U East 2tltu St., botwuon .'Id uud Lox rngton nvs. WklTyTcarwaJ^makbiC ioheast ihth ?St., 1,553 Broadway, is now luauiifitctuilug Wagous, with pateut springs, that are perfectly nolt*lei>s; weigh* less than any oilier spring made and will carry moic. und the eaaiest riding wagon in the world Wagons, complete, cun be seon at either of the ubove factories. PONY I'll A KTu\. #70; TOP DO.. $|t?; ROCK V WAY. Wl; Depot Wagoli. $125; Road Wagon. Top Wagons, $!*> and $70; Sid* Bar, $IOO; oue Extension lop two-seat. $201*; six-seat Kockuwuv, 9140; new Ponv Phae tons. $IH>; new Rockuways, $100; slnglo Harness, $10; double, 830. WM. II. CRAY, 20 ami 22 Wooater St. PIIAETON, $001 GOOD ORDER; ALSO STIVERS' Buggy (v*ry light), hill spring. 103 West :?3d St.. Eagle storage. ONY PIIAETONS. ~~~ ~ Reliable make and guaranteed. All styles, from $110 up. A. T. DEMAREbT k CO.. 02* Broadway. PHAETON ?0R SALE?A_8IXSEATRb PUAETON. open top, in good ordor; to he soen at 542 West 24th st., Erie Baggag* Express stabUs. Apply to THOS. J. BROWN, Manager Pavouia ferries. Ac. ONYPHAETON AND HrKNESsrfvT; NICE PONY. $100; single (eat Road Wagon, $75; Basket Tony Wagon. $M5; Harness. $25; Double Harness. $25; fast Pacar, ftai; all must be sold. 1.10 West 40lh st, R' "aSb CIl'.OiCB -ti TABLE ' IN :?D 81'. NEAR Broadway, at a bargain. Particulars of M'O'IT k M VEES, 6 Pino St. M M P gALE OK TIIE CHESTNUT HILL iEARLINU8.-IN cousequouca of the postponement of th* Jerome Park Races until Mondav. June 1H, the salo ot Mr. Welch's Year liuira at C'hostiiut Hill, Philadelphia, will stand over until Tuesday, at :i P. M. Catalogues may be had at the oflice of the .Vow York sportsman, 9 Murray st. Second"hand carriaobb at baroTinsI Landauk. $500. I Top Turnout Seat. $250. Coupe, $45*). | Ex. Top Phaeton. Coupe, 821 >IX j Hall Top Phaeton. $21) >. Couch, $200. I Top pony Pha?tou. $150. A. T. DEM ABE8T k CO., H2S Bcoadway. SADDLE HORSES.?MR. liAILEY HAS JUST AR rlved from Midway. Ky., with 5 superior Sikdilie IIoihci, thoroughly gaited ?.* hlmsvil'; are highly bred und sound. Call at 142 West HOth st. (JIX SEAT ROCKAWAY. SECOND HANdT Oln splendid order; eo-t tli.Vi: urice f.%0. A. 1. DEMAREhI' A CO., 02H Broadway, SHETLAND PONY. WAi.'lJN AND HARNESS fUB sal*. A. MONTGOMERY, I State ?t., N?rt- Yorx. CPI.ENDID KOMI HORSE KOIt SALE?RECORD Q2 :4U: luiiy cun drive him. Addresa CHEAP, H*r?ld Up town office. OECON1) HAND LIGHT SINOi.R HARNESS, BY OWood Gibaon;aiko aucomi hand liifht Double iluruess, both in gsod order, cheap. .Store, 500 Broadway. O I'AIILE i'O LI'.T? 21 WEST 441*II Sf. INOUIRB'is IJi'mk av. OTA1.L8 TO LET. INgl'lttE AT LUMBER YARD Ocoruer 1st av. and -'Cld st. rnitoiTlN'; HOME l OR SALE oit exchanob A a work Ilorae, 15,'j hand-* high ; trots in 2 ;-Kl; must bo sold. 77? 10th a*. ? , ri^OP DEPOT W A(1 O X -1N GOOD ORDER :"seTt sIX J. cosily; cost $4'*J- soli $150 ANDBItSON, Carriage Maker, Yoakars. mo let?landaulkt. iiorse and COACUMAB 1 ill livery; this Is a very handsome turnout. Seon from 8 A. M. to I P. M? at 141 Eaat 2:id st. T. BURTON. r|1 KICKS KoR SALE.?SEVEN HEAVY DOUBLE J. Truck*, in good order, cheap. ROBERT SMITH, U45 West Utb ?U \~rIC10RIA, SECOND IIAND. ~~~' good as new, built Vy Bradley, Pray k Co., prico $45?\ A. T. DEMAWEwT A CO., 028 Broadway. VERY SI'YLISH SOItREL " TltoTTINii lioRffe V v..lua $25<), to trad* for Diamond Stud 124 West luthst.' \rlCTORlA FOR SALE?MEAT KOLR PEBSON?: in flrst class ordor; told cheap. (Cull at 141 West 37th st. tor two duys. Vermont black hawk. 15.2s. 0 years ~old; very strllsh ; warrauted to be a sound and kind boil*. Ili(|uiiu at ?tahl*. Itsih st. und Broadway. '\|f ANTED?A LIGIIi ROAD WaooN IN RXCHANUB T? lor a first class Billiard Table, nearly new. or a Mar vin's sale. Address C. W. S., Ihin 4,401 Post olHee. W* ANTE 11-TO EXCIIANGK A PA IR OK TIIOR out:libred Geldiuga, broken to saddlv and harnei.1, fjr one 1 urL-u Ilorae or a light, low-hung, two- w heeled L)o_r Cart. Box I.HJ7 Post olhce, city. W a N IB D - A <i k NT LE~ Tm? NY. IN Got ?D CONDI ? T? Hon. for young children to l*arn to ride upon : price must lie low. Addrtss CliASSUER. Herald odice. li'ANIK.D Won K POB A HEAVY " tkax" W TT horses and Iruck in any wholesale house nt alow rate ? llr.t eluas reference. Address .1. TIMMoNtL ^;t-? West 4.'d st. \4' A.NrKD-HY A GENTLEMAN IN Till'. COCNTItY ?T III* use of n gsnile horse for the keeping until n*xi October; will hut e Lood care and a Hutu light drtvlug. Ad dress box 11.554 l ost office. tirANTED- A good HlNOLB TRUCK and MAR TT nasi; will give in exclinnge a good threo-quarter Truck and new double Kelly ailver-inoumed llanieas An pl> to BONNETT, SCHK.NCK A E A It EE, 53 Park place elty. r w WANTED-A PONY OR SMALL ilORSl-.. WEIGHT TT about S50 povnda; must bo klud, sound uud stand with out bitching; auitabin for lady to UM. Address II. W S. box 2.52>< I'ost othcu. New York. VVranle11?pair soi nd. yoi no matciikd idv; TT Road Horses, to exuliange lor huudsome Landau. Ad di'-as I,AN UAL', Iteraiil Lptowu office \4' anted- a Horse and BUG of Pgr the sum TT tu*r lor their keep; uiHat be sale for la>H*s to drive; rolerences. Address U. R. ??., 5:<7 I'eari St.. .V Y. VITANTED TO PURCHASE ~M)lt CASH A VERY TT styltsb. perlectly sound. 15), Hands high Hone; time, 'J to :i>a minutes: full guarantee require:!. Call ou PKTfe.K private stable No. II* West 22d st., this city. WANTEtl.?A RBtfPONSltlLE 1'ABTY WOULD LI KB tn* as* of a quiet, stylish florae, suitable for a lady to drive, for two mobtha, Irom July 1, In th* country near city. Address A. O. G., box 4,003 !'<t t offie*. I1TANTED?A L(<W PRICED POKY OR HORSE"; TT must bo cheap ; will hlr* or purchat*. COMMEKCI.sL, ll^ild office. U' \NTED BY A RKSI'ONSIBl>E PARTY. FOR THE TT saa-on a Ilorae or Team for light carriau* driving, suitable lur u lady to drlva; best of r*f*r*ncet. Ad<<--v?a J. W. L., 4 Warren t* 'ANTED- LADY'S SADDLE. CHEAP. ROBBI.tS. 1 box 200 lloruld offico. HORIBI, CARRIAGES, AC. jTfT&fjtit?i, buck aw ay : must bk is oood TT order and cheap lor caah. K., Poet office box 108. (fcfr ?TCH? OROCBRYOIt KXPKEHft W AGON : OOOD hair value, fall lor bargain 543 Warn 34th it. (fcTcii ? a" toi' kidk bah stivers buooy, iv <plt>v,p?rrecl order; alto li|(bt Double liar nasi Ad draw Of BORN K, Herald office. d; 1 L? C?KOR~a" ~Li7i7|FoLWIKNCK, doublF har ?PlUJntu, a good llorse, at private "table, 4 East MDtb at. ' orik NEW AND SfcCOND HAND CARRIAGES, ONIi sWtslJfiuo T Cart. Victoria*. Britaka, Brett*. three Biewiter Half Pliuetona, one baudaoma Wood Broa. top Phaeton. alio an elegaat T Cart, wltli top. aamu make (both nearly new); Extension Topa. 20 styles of Unlit one horse Roekawaya and Depot Waitous, Coachua, Landaua. Coupe*, Broughama, top Koad and Kxprcaa Wagoi.a; Canopy. Ruiu ble, Basket and Top Phaetons, Ac.: UK) aata Double aud Sin^lu Harness. Will be ?old low to reduce mock. W *1. H. lilt AY. SO aud ?2 Wooeter aC_ RKL.l(il(ll S .XKl'lCED. A T EVERETT HALL. 3H8 FlfLToN SI , BROOKLYN ? ,/V.E. V. Willaon, Inspirational apeaker. will lecture Son day afternoon ,JI, and evening, H o'clock. I'ubllv cordially Invited. * A" LASWON METHODIST EPISCOPAL" OHURCD, Norlolk at., near liruud. Rev. Dr. Crook. uiorniug and ?veiling. Craam festival Moudav eveuing, June 1H, lor tbe beuullt of the Ladies' Aid Society. Addretaea aud alu|(inir by tbe Hev. Win. Lovd, Itev. Jobu I'arker, Dr. Crook and other*. All for 15 cents, including vreaiu. A" X E?CAl?ird~arUN^fcOITH ouTorman. -thr Converted Nuu." will give lier laat lecture thUwaaon. ou Suinlay uroniiig. In Harvard Rooms, Oth av.. corner -fcJd at. Subject?"Her Conversion. Her Trial* and Pcraecu tlona.'' All deuomlnatlona invitod. A spiritual conference is held every Sunday at tii? Harvard Room* from JstiO to 5 1*. M. Mr*. O'tiormiiu t^ escaped Nuu will relate lier experience of nun life tbla (Sunday) ?venlnir. 7 :3t? to t?. 7CLERMONT AVENUK UNIVtR8ALMT CHURCH, Brooklyn, Uev. II. R. Nye'* second lecture on miracle* at TM 1'. M. At chickerinu hall, sth av.. ogbneii irth ?t.?N'e.\t to laat Sunduy before dinting for two moutha to liniah the Interor of the hall. Rov. Samuel Colcord prciiobel 10:4.> A. SI., on "The Trial ol Faith.'' Itev. Joseph Odoll. of Brooklyn, preaobe* 3:30 P. M. Singing morning uud afternoon by Charles L. liunn aud the large choir. Saul* free : everybody welcome. C- COSMOPOLITAN CON FliRKNCE, SUNDA Yi AT 3~ A'entral Hall. 140 West 32d. ?lecture by l>r. 0. 8. Weeka ou "Our First Oeniury?Whut of tbe Next?'' C~TANAL~ STREET PlltiSB YTh 111 AN Gil UKcTTT IN 7(ireoue. near Canal.?Rev. Dr. II. B. Chapln will preach at 11 and 4 o'clock. Strawberry festival Thursday evcnlug, June 21,1877. CVilUHCH OF THE_HOLY TRINITY. MADIrtON AT. ./and 42d ?t.?llouri of aervlcua, 10:30 A. M. and 4 1*. M.; Rev. Stophea H. Tynir. Jr.. will preach both morning and evening. The people ?aervlce iu the Ooapal Tent, 34th it., weal of 6th av.. at 7 :30 P. M. Up PRIST'S RECORD CO^NO" A8 TIIK BKIDK \Jgroom.l'reacliiug by au evangelist under apoatlM. Catholic Apostolic Church, USth St., between (Hh aud 7th ava., 7^4 I*. M. Seata true. CMIUKCH OK T1110 MESSIAH." CORNER 34TII ST. ./and Park av.?Rev. William U. Alger will preach at II A. M. subject:?"A Divine Future for Humanity on Earth." C~1UURCH OF THE DIVINii'PATKRXITY, 5TH AV.j corix'r 45th ?t.?Rev. Joieoh K. Maaon, Slumlord, Conn., will preach at II A. M. and h P. M, Vatpera In the s*an ing. C1HUHOM OK THE NEW JKRDMALBM (??SWEDEN ^borglan"), Ea?t 35th at., between 4tb (Para) and Ux ington ava.. Rav. Cnauncey Olloa, pantor.?Sareleai at 11 A- M. and Hacramaut of tne Lord's supper. DIScfPLES Of CHRIST."28TH STT, NBAB BROAD way.-Rev. Dr. K. Van Bunklrk, paator. preaehet morning and eveulng; Bible ulaaa lecture Tueaday evening, oome and welcome. "Vf>" .MIRACULOUS CONVERSION TO CnniSTfAK ItX I ty''?Lec t u r? by Henry Scliroeder; hall 110 West 4!id st. , Monday, H 1*. M. ? REFORMED EPISCOPAL OIIUBCH SERVICES. Haogar's Building, southwest corner of 34th at. and 8th ?v., 1 <?:?'*? A. M., 8 P. M. Preaching by the rector. He v. George Howell. KEV. H. w: KNAPP, D. D., WILL PREACH IV Lulght *treet Baptist Chnrch, corner Varick, at 10:30 A. M. aud 7:45 P. Al. Heats tree. CJ; ALHAN'S DAY AT ST. aTbaM'S CHURCII, EAST 047th *1?The Iter. 0. \V. Morrill, rector. Bnnday, 17th June. Litany and suleinu celebration at lu?.' A. M. Sol emn vespers. 4 P. M. Seat* free. or. marks, 2D av. and iotii st.-services. it OA. M. and 7;4o P.M. The Rector, Rev. Dr. Kylance, will preach morning und evening. SECOND MISSION BaPTISI' CHURCH. NORTHWEST Ucorner Allen and Oratid ?ti.?Soivices. 10^ A M.. preaching, subject. "(Joil's I.ovo and Man'* Lvvf;" 7'a' P. M.. preacniug, subject, "i'uturo Prospocts." \V. \V. Rent Icy, the author and singer, will conduct a service of eoug. Hee- B?P*l?m ? close of sermon. SAMUEL AL MAN, Pastor. SPIIUT I' 1 OTURES TAKKfTl'llIS EVENING AT MRS LINDSLEVS. 1.07l? Broadway. KplrH volcc. touchei ?ud lights. Commencing at 8 o'o ock. Til is GOSPEL TENT, 34TII ST., NEAR 0T1I AV.? Sun day. June 17, 8 A.M., general pruTor meeting; 3 P. M., gospel temperance meeting; 7:3i? P. M iter Dr Tyug, Jr.. will preach. On Monday, luoiday, Wednesday' Thursday and Friday, at 7:15 P. .VI., the Rev. Matthew Ileury 1 ogsou, of St, Louie, will prouch. .ill are iuvited. PllVllFOIl'lES, OltCi A.\ 8, ,St. ~ AOHANOK?SPLKNDID NEW UPltlOH r~AND square Pianos to rent, and rent ellowod IT purchased) a tew nearly now excoedtnitly low; all uew Pianos warriiutod lor live years :irroateat reduction to cash customers over offered, at "A!NE8 BROS 14r. aud 147 3th av., corner 31at St. Olu rUuus taken in oxcliauge. A? -fob ltMi~vraiQiirs houars and oiiajid ? l'Uuos of our owu make; aUo tor h.iIo aud rout, a ttmn ber of Hue itecondhand I'iauon, iu perfect order. WILLIAM K.VAliK & CO., N j. li j 5th av.. above lOtli st.' Assortment ok second uand steinwa/ Pianos, some nearly new, very low; also Pianos of other makers; beware of bojus pianos'palmed off an irruiiiua Steipway make, at auction or lu private houses. STKl.V WA1 1 SONS. Steinway llall, 1 Db st. New York. A handsome"CARVED AND RIClipTONED PIANO Tor sale reasonable, or will rent >ame for small .sum. rather than store it. GEO. A. MOSS, GO Warren st. Assortment grand. square~_an3~uI''rT?rt Piauolortes; rent. $3 upward; Instalments, fit) monthly; great bargains. BIDDLE'S, 13 Waverluy place, near broad- * way. A KANIDSOMELY CaR?i:.IT7 13 OCTAVE BRAD, bury Piano, sacrifice ; also Stodard, fS.%. 123 Orchard st A' -maonTkicbnt WEBER piano, three ? month:. is use, for oue-third Its value; 7 octave. Pianos to rent ?try ch o ap. Kit A KA U E R. 332 Rowe ry. A PAR fir WISH TO DISPOSE OK THEIR NE VV71.3 .OLoelavc Piano at an immouao saerlHce lor cash; no dealer need apply. Addrey PIANO, station A. New York. A FAMILY LEW" IN a To UN WILL SELL ROSE wood 7 octave Upright l'iauotorte, cost :t?U0. for S7r> Wtt 2d ar., near 12tn at. KEW SECOND 11"VNL> WKBuTt" PIANOS AT VERY ureat bar<.itns. aume of tnem u.ed but a very short ti-ue by our boat musicians, aud really almost as good a> new ? lull/ u arrauted In every ro<poct. Please call at tho WEiJER Warerooms, .>th av. and ltttli st. A PINE 7 OCTAVE PIANO, *135; 8TU IN WAY'S Cnlckering s. Cycloid and other Piano, and <>r?eni at bargains lor cash, iustalmunts aud rent; piauos stored _ 8. X- BALI, A CO., 11 East I Itli st. A"" -fi(Si.-ROSKWC)OH PIANO AND STOOL: PIANOS ? to tout; instaluiunts taken. GOLDSMITH'S 30 Jiloeckor ?t., uoar Huwery. AriUVAlb i'AVULV, LliAViaVl n*E CUY will dUpo?L* of their elegant four round cornered rose wood !><? eker Pianoforte at nacrlflee: cost *U0J; for llioiudiUK Stool, Cover, Xc. Call this dav or 3louday~120 West 2'td it., near OtU av. A STEIN WAY 7U~ OCTAVE PIANO PORTE iFOR aale ; also 3 satin Parlur Suits. 3 rep nulla. Chamber 8?tH. Library aud Dining Kuriiiture, I'aiutlng.. Kronsos Minora. Ac ; must be sold; I'auiily toavin^ citv. I'nil to day or Monaav.^priviue residence No. 47 West lUth st be tween oth auu <>th ava. "bT. aI iT K I'L CARVED IiOsH WO<9D~7 OCTAVE Weber Planolorte, cust?MCI0. for loss than J53LK); Cover Stool. Private residence'-'1U East 3nth at., near 3d av . BURbETT 01CUAN8.~FINEST MAD*, AT LOWER prices than ever. BILL1NUS A OO., 31 East 14th St. During these hard times we will sell~7 octave Pianos. tlSO; IK octave, ?ltlU cash; J. stop Organs. $!iO; 4 stops, IffKi; 7 stops, H atopa. *7."i; lo slope, <S8^; 13 atopa, DllTI cash; not used a year; In pcrfoet orilor. WAIEltn A .**ONS, 40 East 14th at., between Broad way and University place. Instruments to rent in the couutry. 17LEOANFCARVRlTIUVERhTRllNO SEVEN OCTAVE Jl'iano. #I3>>; a bargain II sold ttils week, lirj Adelnhl "???? My"** av.. Brooklyn. ^"eipni IjVXrRAOROINAKr SACRIPICB ? MAUN 1 FIcEN'i' litoned, elaborately carved. l'l?nolorte. Stool and Cover "j, ?ost f"?X> lust Ap.il. experts examine Monday after n<H?i. Residence o?) hast nth. flOll SALE AN EI.EdAN l " ROSl.wood I'UNO great aaerilice, cost $4(Jj, lu* $.VJ. 113 East 34th at. near 4th av. ' C1REAT BARGAIN S-U Pl?( j III ~ANl> SQUARE, NEW laud second hund Pianos, at FISCHER'S, 43T> West 28tti Ht. ("J0ITAR.S.-C. F. MARTIN A CO.'8 CC.lehrated Itlultars. Depot, C. X ZOEHI8CH M son'S. 4(> Maiden June. Hard it mi; PhICKS in pianos?go directto factory and buy at bottom prices, fHO aud fHKI Corner lfroadway aud '<5iti ?t. MAGNOICENT 7 OCTAVE ROHIWOUl) PIANO", lorte, only *1150; rare bargain. Seen at CORDON'S K>< lllcecker st. CI'LENDID I 3 0CIAVE PIANO, 1.1 II 1,1'. IS ED ~ON k^iiiuntuly iuAtalfueriti. or to rent. 157 Kaet :i7th nt cor nor .'id av. ** CjLVE,; nixui I'. ORGAN, UPUIG.II AND'soUaRE Oil alios, at a aaerilice, at 3!i.'i 3d av. Upright Pianos "a specialty, sqitarkh^t' lartvry prives; Instalments and lor rent. ( a'l und ex. auilne BILLINUs A CO., 31 East 14tli st. UPRlOIIT AND HOC A RE PIANOS. To *3.^f ?F> ami CHI Iiiuntlilj till paid, or icnt ?3 upward. BKTIV H Union squaie (4tli av.), near l-ttli at. WANTED?AT A HAKOaIn, i'OR C ASII, A GOOD aecontl hand ai|uaru Piano; Weber. Melntvay or Chlckorlng preferrou. V.ldres., slating makor. price, site au.l how long naed, PRoPESHOH, .M. !?., Poat olllce. Jersey CRjr. No a^eut*. WANTED TO PI' 111! II ,18E ?A PlAN'O; NO OBJEO tion to one having been carelully uaod; necosaarv to atato make nud loweat caali price. Audro.a PlA.^O, Herald omce. Ill I.I.I .1 It Oh. i LOT OF sF.Cond hand billiard taiiLes in a",y luw ,,ri,;8?- * w A1'A ^OLl?.\M)Klt, 4',X.?. CA l<IU)>t TAHLli, wI. ?VUV8 1411,1 "N I" penect oru?r, tor sale. Ad drcai C. H. J,% box 12H llerniu otrce A IvSX SEI'ONI. HAND Bll.l.lvHl, AND POtJL JXi ablet for ?alo low for canh. F. UKOTh A CO., 114 Kaet 14th fct. i l;K>v SKM)M) HAM) BlTLUHO AM) I'UOL JViabler lor ?alo low for ca*li. K <ii;oi h a CO. 114 Kait 14th Hi AMKKlOAN STAsNnAHO MKVKL HIL1 JaEO TAHLKS with Helalley h wire cihhlum, Indorsed by all leadhiif proloBtional playerw; extra indiicAiuentM now offered; ?ec ru *J^e?er " *l ureAt bMr^llina* W. 1L GHII-'KITII 1 Fi'K A4>M*rA.HACMlflCK. ONE Or DEOKElFs A' best Billiard Tables, with Gas Fixtures. IP West 35th. WANTED?FtilJR SECOND HAND BuTlIARD~TA blei cheap, fbr cash. Address PIIILLiPs, bom 373 I'nat nffiM AMVIBKBTTI. CADKMY ok ML'HIC. ? AIMhE frd-MOithOtf .NIUIIT. in tli* foilowiux B'tupe^tius Programme 1. Tba second set of OflsiibxchV most receat iuocmi. LA UOULANGEitE A DES fccOJ (The Klcli liakeress). 3 The third ut of LA VIK PAIUKENNE (Lite in Pari*}. 3. MIlu. AIMKK. lor the liui time In America, in Eucliah, in "Pretty a* a Picture'1 end "lllldebrandt J|oiitro**." 4. First and only time In America ol secon I net of LA rILLK DK Mill;. ANiiOT. with an exceptionally novel und remarkable cast. The female character* to Ik- performed by tho Boutlonien. The female character* to be performed hv tho gentlemen. The male character* to be performed by the ladir*. The malo character* to be performed by the iiulie*. Mile. Aimee. Hr?t time In America a* Anife Pltou Mile, ilupurc. Hr?t tiiue In America an Pomponnet Mile, liueyuiard first tint: In America a?.,...Larlvaudiere XII*. Desirce, Drat time in America a? I.ouchurd Mile. i<etellier. first tim-" In America aa ...,'lhj Ufllcer Mile. Vuudame. first time In America a*..... Trenltx Mr. Baoult, brut time hi America an Claltetlo Mr. Uuulau, iir?t time in Aiue iua a*. Mile. Lange The Cunapirutor* will be performed by the Lady Choruse*. The CuBiplrator* will be perlormed l.y the l.auy Choruses. AN INCREASED ORCHESTRA (every member of which hai kindly volunteered). under the direction of Mr. A. PltEOlGAM. Entire!* new coalume*. Appropriate scenery. (icueral Aduiinsiou only One Dollar. General Admission only One Dollar. Heserved Seat* Vj cunt* extra. Family Circle fifty (50) cent* only. Family Circle fifty (00) cent* only. Prlvnto Boxes, according lo alio and location, irom SKI to $20. beat* and boxes at Academy box ofHcu and 111 il'way. N. B. ? The public are respectfully Invited to purchase their tickets ut the uullioriicd ticket ofttcea only. N~ TbLCTS "UAUUE.V " ? Wit. 1. FLEMING. Manager 50 CENTS. A KKSEItVKD FOR 50 CENTS. SO CENTS. A KKSKKVEI) KOK 50 CENTS. 50 CENTS. .V KESEItVhD FOR 50 CENTS. The only cool and comfortable theatre In New York. ItEMEMUEit IT. MONDAY, Jl'NE 18. INAUGURATION OF SUMMEK SEASON, when will be produced a powerful Komaotic Socctaclo. The Greatest Kvont of the Reason. All the characters belay reversed. All tho characters being reversed. Entitled CROSS AND CRESCENT, with the following strong arrav .if tuleut S? Mr. FRANK ROCHE, Mr. K. K. COI.LIBR. Mr. B. W. MARHTON, Mr. HARRY OOLTOST, Mr. W. M. WARD. Mr. R. C. WHITE, Mr. H. B. BRADLY, Mr. JOHN WAL.aU, . Mr. J. STANsILL Ms. J. V. DA ILK V, Mr. <?. JOHNSON, Mr. I. DAVIDSON. Mr. J. U. BROWN, Miss ANNIE WARD TIPPANY, Mils AGNES PROCTOR, Mis* MARION SACKETT and Mr. FRANK MOKDAUNT. All the rut resouroos ol this magnificent theatre plncod at the disposal ot the muruiROincnt tor the proper mounting of thl> Romance of the Crusados, brought oat at un expense of f 20,(XX)?one scene, the Sioge of Jerusalem. coating Jft.OOO, and occupies the entire depth and height ol tbe rant state. Knight* of the Croia and loilowori of the Prophet by 100 auxiliaries. Sumnite Uirls by Corps de 50 CENTS. A RESERVED SEAT FOR SO CENTS. Box office opeu from 10 tu 4. SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2, Positively no free list. D ALY'S FIFTH AVENUE THEATRE. %? The coolest theatre In the world. *?? THIRD WEEK AND "Sit Stili. My IIeitrt,Sit Still!" EVANGELINE. EVANGELINE. EVaNGi'.LINE. EVANGELINE. EVANGELINE. 'Have a Balloou with mo?" ENORMOUS HIT of RICK'S EVANUELtNB COMBI>ATION iu the GREAT SUMMER SUCCESS, "EVANGELINE!" "Uminostlonably a hit."?Herald. "TheJollicKt ol pluya."?Tribune. "A dramatic mint Julep."?Telegram. "It keeps the audience In a continuous St of laughter."?Sun. ELIZA WETUEAK8BY mid 3ft STAR ARTISTS. NEW LOCAL HITS AND NEW MUSIC EVERY NIGHT. Prices, .VI cents to $1 60. ''EANUKLIKE" EVERY NIGIIT ATJI, MATINEE SATURDAY AT 3. QILMORkis~OONOERT GARDEN. Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK Lessee Mr. E. G. GILMORE Manager Mr. P. S. GILMORE Musical Director THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING, JUNE 17. Severn1 Inent Artists nnd 'ill.MORES MILITARY BAND In tho folic nig splendid PROGRAMME. 1. Overture, "Oberon" Weber 2. Selection, "Flying Djtclimiin" Weber 3. Solo lor Saxophone. "Reverie" I.elebre 4. t Itorue, "Lt? JuKo" r Hitlevy 0. Cornet Solo, "Tbe Adieu" Sehnberi Mr. M. arbuckle. 0. Overture, "The Martyr*" Donlsetti 7. Cavatlua from "Tuncredt" Rossini SlGNOKIN A ELISA GALlMBERTI. ft Poetno Symphouiquo. "Lei Preludes'* Llsat 0. Song, "Donr Llltln Shamrock" Cherry Mr. WILLIAM HAMILTON. 10. "Tho Crossing of the Danubo".,..? Signor Brlgnoil 11. Moiaic?Grund Concert Air and Variation! Riviere 12. Fackeltans, No. 1 Maverbeer 00 eonts admission, Boxes, seating four, $3. Q^RAND OPEKA no USE SMIKE*. PuOLR.A DONNELLY Sole Lemeei and Manager* The coolest house In the fnetropolls. RESERVED SEATS (orchestra circle), 50c. SMIKE. I By spcclal arrangement with SMIKE. Mesus. SHOOK A PALMER, SMIKIi. | THE UNION SUVA RE SENSATION, SMIKE. I SMIKE. SMIKE. | Murston's beautiful Scenery. f\tlKE j All ttte original effects. Including the SMIKE. famous STAGE COACH SCENE, SMIKE. TUB DEPARTURE OF THE YORK MAIL. SMIKE. A roal English stage coach. SMIKE. Four splendid English horsos, SMIKE. driver. guiiril. passengers. Ac. SMIKE. AN UNEXAMPLED CAST. SMIKE. Messrs. Stoildart, Boniface, Parsollo. Leiuoyne >MIKE. LcBiugwoll, Thouipion, Burke, Mrs. Marie Wilk* SMIKE. ins. Misses Uljou Heron, Louise Silvester, Rob" SMIKE. I erta Norwood. Kate Girard, T. Tannehill.t&c., Jkc" MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT 2 (CENTRAL PARK GAKDi.N, J CENTRAL PaRK GARDEN, AND HART'S SUMMER THEATRE. HART'S SUMMER THEATRE. PROGRAMME FOR SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 17. 1. March-"Remember Me" Opertl 2. Overture?"BroaMin De Piestoa" Adum 3. Orpheus Quartet . 4. Selection?"Martha" ... Flotow ft. Ballads?Miss ELOISK ALLEN 0. Overture -"?Semlrainldo". Rossini 7. Vocal Gem*? FOY SISTERS 8. Overture?Scotch Duval !?. Song?"A Sailor's Lite for Me," Slg. GIOVANNI.Operti 10. Quartet lor Horns lleusel 11. serenade?1"Oh, My Beautiful Dorothy".Mr. R.S. Glover 12. Selection?"Lucia" ? DouUcttl 13. Cavatiua-^Miiie. TIIERESV CELENI 14. Vocal Gemi?ORP1IEUS QUARTET ?? 16. Ballad?Miss BERTHA FoY ?i? 10. Walts?"Amongst Friends" Pfoike 17. Finale?Favorite Galop. Mlbeiberg GENERAL ADMISSION, WlCENTS. NO EXTRA FOR RESERVED SEATS. BALCONY. 2S CENTS. SOLUM HI A OPERA HOUSE, CORNER WEST 12TH and Greeuwich av.?Tho only porloriuaiice ol the kind In > city. All new and spicy sensations this week. GAYEST I Fascination, or tbe | SHOW I The Pleasures of Spice ol Llle. jf OUT. jJurdlu Mahlllo. Female Bathers In real water. Strange Sights for Stran gers. On the Sir. French Minaet. Poses Ptastlque. Even ing at S. Matlneei Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1. BERLE'S IT VOIJ ill h aT RE. "" Rtb St., between -d aud 3d an. 'The coolest Thoatro In the city. THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING, GRAND SACRED CONCERT. A STUPENDOUS MUSICAL PROGRAMME. THE GREAT AUSTRIAN ORCHESTRA. OH VOCAL AND instrumental ARTISTS. TERMINATING WITH OUR MAG.MF1CBNT MIDNIGHT MATINEE. ARGYLE ROOMS, ? _ AKGYLB ROOMS. ?T11 AV. AND MOTH ST. BRILLIANT TERPSIOHOREAN ENTERTAINMENT, ONLY PLA<E OF AMUSEMENT OF THE KIND IN THE CITY. OPEN EVERY NIGHT. COMMENCING AT U O'CLOCK. ENTRANCE ON 30TII ST. JM. R. LENDRUM'S "ELFIN LOCOMOTIVE." RUN nlng on the endless railroad, the greatest wonder in tliu world. Is now on oxliibitluu at >147 Broadway, Irom 10 A. M. to 12 M . from :t toll P. M.. Irom 7 to 10 P. M. Admission ?Adults, lift cents: children. IO cents. ? rpo~LM--.IMPs.Vs MUSEUM (I.ATX roLONBL J. Wood's), corner lUb and Arch stl.. Philadelphia. Hue collection ot Curiosities, with complete Theatrical Appoint ments. Address I'. D' i V I.E. i ? South I'tli st. ANTED?BY A LADY OF EXPERIENCETn~THE prolesslon, a gentleman with capital, to euguge in a new theatrical enterprise. Address l'.. N. P , Herald oflice. \'EW MUSIC-' KISS ME AllA1N, ' "Til i V A EL .is l?o It," "My Dream ol Love is O'er," "Awfully Awful,'' "Sweet Dreams of Home,'' "Sweet Other l)a\s" and 1.1100 others, 10 cents each : send stamp tor catalogue. HARD ING'S, 220 Bowery, opposite I'rlnce st. Harry hill's.-this evening, grand sacked .Conceit, l'rolessor Gailo's Unions oicliestral band, in selections from all the ointnent composers, and loll choir of male and female voices. "CI M PI re rink, .id av. AND HUD sr. J!ii>rand Athletic Eiitertaiuuieiit by the Police Athletic Club, assisted hy a host of volunteers. In aid of the Widow* and Orphans' Fuuil, Saturday Evening. June I'll, 1877. Admission, Wc.; Reserved Seats, H. Commences at H P. M. IjlAR ROCK A WAY COLISEUM AND SUMMER GAR den will open Julio XI; lew privileges to let. Address or apply as ahove Art ok i'aintimi faces for the stage. drawing room and street, that will defy detection and warranted not to erase by perspiration. taught uud "made up" on the ltali in principle b< a litdv thoroughly conversant with the art; eyes enlarged, eyetirowi pencllod, wrinkles and fulness under the ryus conceulcd Nothing used but vegetable con.pounds Address Mile. BaY^KA, Herald Uptown ortice. ANJO AND GUITAR TAUGHT; ALSO DANCING for tho variety stage. II E.N KV C. DOUSON, 4HB Otli a*. NMJAL SUMMER NIGHT FESTIVAL : L ot Olympic I.odge, No. 'J07, I. O. 0. P., on Thursday evening. Juue 21, at llarlem Kiver Park. 2d av. aud 12)>th st., commencing at 7 P. M. B Pupils wanted for a dramatic class-pub* iiu aooearanci In July. Addros* ACTOR. Itatloa C. w AnVDEHEHTk. ALLACK'S.""" SECOND WKEK and gratifying SUCCESS ? .??US chariului: nod lalented yuux Artiito. XIM LKTTIb allen, Iktbe new ('outudy Dr>u? ol wave*, wnich will be preaeuted every EVENING AND saturday AFTERNOON. ONf PASTOB'T. " ~ tony PASTOR'SI Ijlo! DISSOLVING STATUES BY 30 BI'.AUlIKiL LIVING MODELS. SO. TO-morrow EVENING. rpuMY l'ASTOIt'S. tony PASTOR'S. FORBIDDEN PLEASURES. THE GREATEST sensation OK THE AUK. TO-morrow KVBNIJtO. Tony I'AHToirsT " tony pastor's. Mmo. CuRNKI.LI'S PARISIAN STATUS TROUPE. 5D liowiitirullv Forrai-d Youni: Ladiee In dissolving LIVING PICTURES TO-MoRi 'Off EVENING. fJVJNY PASTOR'A tony PASioit'a ?Mlsa ADA RIC.lMOND with the forbidden PLEASURE COMBINATION. Mian BELLE norton with the forbidden pleasure COMBINATION. 20 flnt olaa-i Dramatic and Variety ArtlaU. '20. TO-MORROW EVENING. Tony pastor's. tony pator'h, SOMETHING NEW. something ELEGANT. dissolving LIVING PICTURES, with the larireat cuuipunv of Beautiful Yonni? Ladle* In America Toiuurfow Evcninjr. Tony PASTOR'S. tuny PA.MO..S Mr. W. V Grllfoth*, Mr. E. R. Tlolmes, Mr. Johu Matbew?? Mr. Frod. Maaun, \llss Grace Garland and Miaa Edna Wal tern In Forbidden Pli a?urua TOMORROW EVENING. Tony pastors. toyy pastor's. FORBIDDEN pleasures. SPICY COMEDY. sensational variett. DISSOLVING PARISIAN statuary TO-MORROW EVENING. Tony pastor's. tony pastor's. The Groat Forbidden Ploasure Combination. DISSOLVING STATUES. FIRST CLASS variett. 50 Beautifully Formed Young: Ladiei. 00. TO-MORROW EVENING. N? PASTOR'S. " TONY pastor'S. TEMPTATION. aggravation and dissipation. See FORBIDDEN PLEASURES l'O-MORROW EVENING. rpo j^vauh.* "Whenever I want anytVug well done I gat a Butler to do It."?Lafayette. TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE Jl), 1877, ? MAJOR GENERAL KENJAMIN V. BUTLER, of Mass.tohusetts, will dellvor his treat lecture. TUB IRISH SOLDIER IN ARB RICA. under the ansplees of the Army, Navy and Legal Provisions, The lion. CHARLES A. DANA will preetde and the following distinguished committee will be pre* ent:? Hon. John E. Derelln. Eugene Kelly, Eiq. Hon. Thnrlow Weed. Henry L. Hoguel, Esq. Hon Levi P. Morton. Major Gen. W. 8. lleneocc, Hon. Krod. A. Conkling. U. 8. A. Hon. SwItU Ely. Jr. Jnmei W. Bverard, Esq. Hon. John JKelly. Major Gen. D. E. Sickles. Hon John li. Hackett. Patrick Gorbltt. Esq. Hon. James H. Sullivan. Geu. T. W. Sweeny, u. 8. A. Hon. Jacob Hess. W. V. White, M. D. Hon. John P. O'Neill. Col. William R Roberts. Hon. Nicholas Mullor. 8. W. Cragg, Esq. Hon. Fernando Wood. Colonel James Cavanagh. Hon. Chester A. Artbnr. Howard l'inckney, M. D. Hon. John R. Brady. Frederick E. Gilbert, Esq. Hon. Benjamin A. Willis. Mit)or P. K. II organ. lion. Thomas L James. Jeremiah H. Moore, Esq. Hon. Charles Donohue, Col. .lames R Hitchcock. Hon. Charles P. Duly. J times M. Lyddy, Esq. Hon. William II. Wlckham. Micnael Tuomey, Esq. Hon. Thomas Murphy. William A. Boyd, Esq. Hon. holoiuan Mehrbach. Martin B. Brown, Esq. Hon. Patrick H. Jones. James McGovern, Ksq. Hon. Henry A. Gumbleton. Edward Kerney, Esq. , Hon. Charles E. Loew. Thomas Shiels, Esq. Hon. Bornard Kollly. Francis lllgglns, Esq. Hon. Francis M. Blxby. John D. Burke. Esq. Hon. Nicholas J. Haughton. Patrick H. Keenan, Esq. Hon. William H. Kelly. Edward L. Carey, Esq. Hon. David McAdam. Thos. H. Kirkpatrlck. Esq. Hon. Hen'y Murray. Levi Kamuols, Esq. Hon. Thos C. K Kccleslne. James Dougherty, Esq. Hon. Bernard Kolly. William A. Butler, Esq. Samuel D. Habeock. Esq. Chalrmau Hon. Charles A. Dank Treasurer Charles E. Miller, Esq. Secretaries?James W. Morrtssey, Joseph P. McDouougb, J. Joseph Scully. John F. Carroll. Proceed* for the BENEFIT OF ST. CECILIA'S PARISH. Rev. H. Flattery, pastor. Tickets 50 cents Reserved Seats ,...$1 Boxes..... 95 and #0 For salo at the Academy, all the principal hotels and 111 Broadway. TUE GREAT MEW YOKE AQUARIUM, Brondwny and 35th St., open dully from 0 A. M. till ID P. M. An uuusiial number ot novul attractions?living Whit* Whale, Tropical uud Native Fishes, Antnhlbinas Animals, lKU'inos, Japanese aud Chinuse FisliOa. Seals, Sea Lion, Sea Urcrilns, Balloon, Angel, Hamlot Cod. Dram, Sole, Dog, Koacli, !>(|Ulrrel, Bream, Zebra, Whelk. Cat, Tautog, Salmon, Gurnard, Skate, Spottud lllne. Trout. Ling, Plko. Gsr, Daco. ehooltnasters, Triangular, Sturgeon, Sculpan, Bass, Rod Suapper, Hellbender, sharks, Proteus, Shell aud White Klshos, live Coral. Mariue and Tropical Plants. Cen tury Plant in bud. Special entertainments at 3 and P. M. each day. Hable Quintet of Jubilee Singers. Miss SADIE Lt'liiN. the Aquannut. Feeding the educated seals aud animals. Talking Figures for the little folks. Promenade and Orchestral Concerts. Cuney Island Aquarium opens to-morrow. OWERY TUHATRE " MONDAY, June IS, the talented actor, Mr. R DOltSE Y OJDK.N, in the new sensation Drama of tlio ?rwu DETECTIVES. Preceded by the Faroe of A VISIT TO THE CENTEN NIAL. Grand Family Matinee Saturday at 2. H. POPE, | DRAMATIC "INSTRUCTION. BLOCC .Actor and tlon, Ac., to ladies or gentlemen. Address Elocntloulst. | Steinway li all. Call 1,430 Broadway. laiSTRUCTIOM. ' A..av., opposite Cooper Institute.?Bookkeeping. Writing, Arithmetic, (irammar, day and evening. Ladles' depart ment. Telograpliy taught practically with Instruments. Demand lor operators. Open ail summer. N EDUCATED GERMAN LADY (ISRAELITE) would like to make hor homo with a family where sha could teach little children Gernutu aud French; is very atilo in needlework and household; salary no object. Ploa.10 address T. W. M.. Herald Uptown office. LGEB KA, BOOKKEKPI NO ARITHMETIC, PEN luanshlp. PAINE'S College, (12 Bowery; Uptown Col* lege remove<\U07 Broadway; writing *3monthly. OEKMAN GENlLbMAN (COMPETENT TO GIVE thorough Instruction in French, Gorman, Italian, Latin, Greek, mathematics, Ac., dosiro* a tutorship lor sumiuor. Address TUTORSHIP, Herald Uptown office. BSOLUTKLY KLEUANT OEKMAN ^ AND FRENCH? Elite pronunciation thorough; short, rapid method I privute or classes. Dr. W UNDKliMAN, 313 East 3'Jth st. (Elocution-Authority fromjmperial Universities.) iVKIite ivute < locutii IaADY W1LLTEACH ENGLISH, FRENCII. MUSIC Lor keep house tor her board. HOME, station II. GENTLEMAN KNOW!NO SOME FREACH DE slres reading and conversation losaons. Address, with terms, DELTA, Herald office. THOROUGHLY KDUCATED FRENCH GKNTLE man desires a position In a lirst class family at seaslda to tcuch the French language lu consideration ol his board) no salary; highest reference*. Address 11. C., 21 West Oth st. goodHboauding school wantkd-for a boy of eight years. In the vicinity of New York city, or with some nice family where he could receive the comforts ol home and attend school near by - terms must bo moderate. Address A. B. Herald I'ptowu Branch olHco. BEAUTIFUL HANDWRITING IN lO LESSONS) private Instruction; classes for vacation pupils. Send for new circular. GOLDSMITH, S41 Oth av. TItUTTNEE iTmRHN'sTkfVATE iTsTttUCTION Rooms, 270 West 37th st.. corner Sth ar.?Oeriuaa language by Professor Kuttner; French, by Parisian; bookkeeping, arithmetic and all business branches. Circu lars. A' LADY EXPERIENCED 1IN TEACHING ENGLISH, French and music, wishes an engagement for tho fall as visiting governess. Address Miss M , box IMS Herald Up town office. BOOKkEEFlNG, ACCOUNTANTSIIIP, ARITHMETIC! Correspondence, Fronch aud German languages, by a practically expert, prolosslonal bookkeeper aad llugulst. ACCOUNTANT, box l-UJ Herald Uptown. CIOMPETBNT INSTRUCTION IN IDIOMATIC y French, Uerman, Italian, also Latin, at 50c per lessoa, at pupil's residence; rapid progress made uudcr my new method. Address i'rotessor W. N. S , 227 F.ast 20th st. ^TilEGARAY INSTITUTE, 1.527 and 1,529 Spruce St.. Philadelphia, for young ladles and misses, reopens Thursday, September 20. Hoard and tutlon in Latin, English and French, par annum, *400. Frouch Is the languago of the family. C" loNDlllONI l> STUDENTS "COACHED;" CLASSES I^l.ruieil; candidates for the Lav School prepared la Latin. FIKIjD, 333 4th av. I yil.UEAK S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. 1 103 UROAO IJ way, open all summer for special lessons In bookkeep ing, peuiuanalilp, arltlimollc, Au. IpRENClI,-SPANISH AND OERManTaUOHT, WITH on re pronounclatlon. In remarkable short time, by Prot WuNOEKM.VN, '?<'* West 32d st. Summer terms. |/? It li N1: 11 T%UGHT. Willi IT UK PKONUNCUTiSR! r by Parisian lady; terms tnodorate. No. 43H Uth av. LIADY DKMRES ro" KXCIIA NO K ~D It A WI jTo7 PaINT ,1111, music, lor pleasant homo In coiiutry. CKAYON, Horald Uptown o(Hcc. PRIVATE RTUDIO FOR OIL. PAINTING, CRAYON ^iDrawlng. Ac.; $10 per quarter: also at nnpll's reel Ueuce. I.aDY ARTIST, Uptown Herald. SPANISH ANl> FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITER ?ituru thoroughly taught. ANTOMlO RAMOS. 41 West ruth st. ? rpRANMLATloNh. ?E \OLISll, FRENCH, GERMAN, JL Italian, Spanish, Latin, by mall. Profeseor lll'SS. 110 Bast 27th st. WANTED-A YOUNG LADY TO TEACH A GEN tlooiau Uow to read Enirllsh Apply to-morrow, between 12 and 1 o'clock, at 23 liroat Joaes et. DKHTIRTKT. A'"ttilVlV|,w. "tKKTH, A M'KllA Ll?. li LH H lit Sots, 05 upward; Single Testh, SI upward; substan tially tnade; carrfully titled ; satislacilou guaranteed. J. C. KKNN KPf, 63 Bond St A SET OF TKETil IN I1IREK HOURS-AT DR. W. NKWHROUGII'S, No. 377 Oth av., oao door above 234 si.. opposite Masonic louiple, ruober, celluloid guld, pla tlna, Ac., and everythlug in uiochanlcal dentistry, with da spatcli; nitrous o&idc gas. No. 377 Oth av. TJEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEKTI1, IO; GUM. *?; JJslBale, SI; warrautvd; was. 00c.; Hllings. 50c. New Yurk Dental Rooms, 202 Oth av., established IS51. Sua days until 2. Dr. READER. __ Dlt. VAN VLKCK'S DENTISTRY, 2U4 ?T0 AV.-GA? administered 13 saara without accident. Sets, |S, $10.