Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 14, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 14, 1873 Page 2
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1 ? . ' "T; THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE WO. 13,415. DIRECTORY H? ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS? Eighth Paoh?Foorth, fifth and sixth columns. _ _ . ASTROLOGY?Second Paoe?Fourth column. *ILL1aKI) Pag*?Fifth column. BOARDERS WANTED?Eighth P auk?First and second columns. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?Eighth Pace?Sec ond column. BROOKLYN BOARD-Eighth PAGE-Second column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?SECOND Page? First column. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Eighth PACE-Fourth column. BUSINESS NOTICES?Sevfntji Pagb?Sixth column. CIGAKH AND TOBACCO?Fifth Page? Filth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SaLE-Skcond Page?Firrt column. BLERKs AND SALESMEN?Eleventh Page? Filth col on] n. CLOTHING?Second Page?Fourth column. BO AC H M EN AND (iARDENERS?Eleventh Page? Filth and sixth columns. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS-Seoond Page?F?W? and sixth columns. COUNTRY BOARD?Eighth Page?Second and third columns. DANCING ACADEMIES?Eighth Pack?.->ixtli column. BENT1STRY?Twelfth Pack?Sixth column. DRY GOODS?First Pa<;e?Sixth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UN FURNISHED?Twelfth Page?Second and third columns. BUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Second PAGE-PUth col umn. EUROPE?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. EYES AND EARS?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. EXCURSIONS?Second Pagk?Sixth column. FINANCIAL? Fifth Page?Fourth and fltth columns. FOR SALK?Fifth Pagk?Filth and MXth column*. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twelfth Paue?Third and fourth columns. FURNITURE?First Page? Fiith column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?TwkLrni Page?Second calumn. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Eleventh Page?Third ?nd fourth columns. ?ELF WANTED?MALES.?Eleventh Pagb?Sixth col ?Twelfth Page?First column. HORSE.-, CARRIAGES. Ac.?First Page?Second, third, fourth and fltth columns. HOTELS?Eighth Page-Second column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Eighth PAGK-Third column. INSTRUCTION?First Face?Sixth column. JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN REAL ESTATE I'OR SALE?Second Page?Second colnmii. LECTURE SE A>ON?Eighth Pagf.?Sixth column. LOAN OPFICE.i?First Pagb?Sixth column. LOST AND FOUND?First Page?First and second col umns. MACHINERY?Fifth Page?Sixth Column. MARBLE MANTELS?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. MATRIMONIAL?Fifth I'agk?Sixth columu. MEDICAL?Second Page?Sixth column. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?Tenth Page?Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth Page Sixth oo 1 num. MISCELLANEOUS?Fifth Page?Fifth column. MUSICAL?Eighth Page?Sixth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS-Skventh Page?Sixth column. NEWSPAPERS?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. PI' Rs'ONAL?First Pack?First column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AO.?Fifth Page?Fifth col umn. POhT OFFICE NOTICE?First Pare?Sixth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Page?Third column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?Second Pauk? Secoud, third and fourth col umns. MEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Second Page-Fourth column. SEAL KSTATE WANTED?Second Page? FourtB col umn. BEWARDS?First Page?Second column. BALES AT AUCTION?Twelfth Page?Fourth, Fifth and sixth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Ninth Page? Ptrgt. Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth columns, and Eleventh Page?First, Second and Third columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Eleventh Page? Fourth and Fltth columns. SPECIAL NOTICES?First Page?Second column. 8FORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?First Page?Second column. STORAGE?EiGHTn Page?Tlilrd column. SUMMER RESORTS?Eighth Page?Third column. THE TRADES?Twelfth Pagk?First and secoud col umns. THE TURF?First Pagf?Second column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Twelfth Page? Second column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Second Pack?Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LhT? Twelfth Page?Fourth column. WANTED TO PURCHArK?First Page?Sixth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?Second Page?First and second columns. TACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.-Second Page?Sixth col umn. BE1IALD BRANCH OFFICE?UPTOWN. J^DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, 1,268 BROADWAY. WE8T SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY SECOND STREET8. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS. 2 TILL 9 P. M.), AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND. ~ PARIS AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. JESSES. KREMER A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER, HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOB THE NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL EBB WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO SINGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. I'KltSOSV AIj. 'TljCE.?''BOTHER" WANTS TO. SEE VOU. HE A ? promises to be good. Write to BUTllER, Herald uptown Branch office. WEALTHY family"wants tcT ADOPT AN IK fant from birth or not more than one week old. Address Mrs. ROBERTS, Herald Uptowa Branch office. RINTON?WRITE TO 112 AND RETURN HOME AT once; all Is forgiven. E- DWA RD MARKS, OF LONDON?IN FO RM ATION wanted of present address. Address Immediately ABHAZAMS A CO., 62 William street Fiends, give up my husband, c. h. w., of Amity and Canal street, or beware of Ood'sven ? iteanee. Charley come home, I will forgive ; the little cottage among the trees Is left desolato. FOR ADOPTION?a splendid male infant, six months old, of respectable parentage. Address E. M., Uerald office. INFORMATION WANTED?OF CORNELIUS LUCY; JL was last seen about seven years ago; is 5 feet 3^ Inches tight light complexion and hazel eves. Address nis mother, honor A LUUY, 43 New Church street, New York. New Orleans papers please copy. IF JAME8 PALMKR OR maria, HIS sistrr, chil dren of John and Maria Palmer deceased, of Portland ?lace, Mile End, London, England, will upply personally ?r by letter to Mr. JOHN LONG, .solicitor, 18 Lansdowne terrace, Orove Road, Victoria Park, London, England, (hey will hear something to their advantane. ITTY?AM WELL; THANKsl'OR NdTE; GOING ?way; will see yoa Friday. BLUE STOCKINGS. R T7"ATIE chaterton?AN OLD FRIEND WISHES JV to see you. Please send address to A. B., box 140 Herald office. I^EW, YOU ARE FORGIVEN; COME HOME. MR& R. H. L-WE HAVE FOUND YOUR HUSBAND; reconciliation effected; appointment at MOONEY'8 Detective Agency, 162 Broadway, Ihursday, at noon, Monday nioht, eight o'clock-, raw toma toes; salute with liandkercliief; Fulton avenue ears; obliged for recognition. Address EVE GLASSES, Herald office. ' SfONDAY EVENING, SEVEN O'CLOCK, FULTON t 'T?? ?cw York; took same car; Brooklyn; dy with galdcn hair dropped paraxol and book; re turned by gentleman opposite. Address, stating particu lars to avoid mistake, K. T. B., box 223 Uerald office. MRS. AUGUSTA SMITH, FORMERLY OF WEST Thirty-sixth street, will find a letter at the General Post office. AY?I HOPE YOU ARE WELL AND HAPPY: THE 21st, at 2 P. M,, seams tar away. JOSEPH. ELISSA-RETURNED FROM SALT LAKE TO-DAT Will see you soon. Received letters. NUDUS. M M SK.?MEET ME TO-NIGHT, IF possible, AT 120 . or elsewhere. Write me where. B***? T~ HERE IS~ALETTER FOR .[OMAN MAGNUS LIND gren from Skane. in Sweden, and Information from kin relatives: to he had at the office Of Messrs. 8K0W, PETERSEN, ISA ERG A CO., No. 2 South Clark street, Chicago, III. TO JENNY 8.?FRIDAY, 6* P. M., "BROADWAY" IN company with two others, took car at Fourteenth Street Address as lie tore. W" ILL THEPPERSON W110 PICKED UP MY I'APEKS In a Filth avenue stage please leave them at los West Twenty second street? L. WALCOTT. WILL N. C., formerly OF TWENTY-SIXTH street, send her number on Thirty-fourth street to tier Irlend f FLOP, Herald office. rILL THE LADY WTTII OPEN FRINHE SHAWL, whom gentleman followed from Broadway car to Mxth avenue car, grant an Interview? Address, stating gome incident, to avoid mistake, CHARLEY, box 120 Herald office. LOST AMJ FOUND. DOG LOST ?$6 REWARD.?MEDIUM SIZED HOUND Slut i black and tan ; some white marks. Leave her ?t 81 West Eleventh street. w 1WUND ADRIFT?A FOUR DARED BOAT. THE owner ran have It by proving property nnd paying ax pan sex at the oil works, sixty-tilth street. North River. FOUND?IN FOURTH AVENUE, SATURDAY EVEN tag, a Pocketbook containing a sum ol money. The owner can recover same by applying to WILLIAM ROitLEY, 81 Beaver street. Lost -o* Monday morning, a small scotch terrier Dog. The Onder will bo liberally rewarded by returning to741 Fifth avenue. T OST-MORDAY. MAY 12, NOT FAR FROM UNION lj wjuarc, a green silk Pom. with Kiiv.-r clasp. The fader will be rewarded on leaving the same with J. J. MORRIS, corner of University place and IrraLIUi itrebi, m wlUjiiajMO return. U?e mum. It* lost awd rociro. Lost?on Tuesday. a lady's pocketbook, ronuumnn $82 chaiige ami cards; liberal reward. A. W. N1COLL. No. 7 Warren street. Lost?a gentleman and lady hired a coupe at Central Depot on Tuesday, May 13. tor the Bre voort House, and let. In the vehicle a small parcel from Tiffany'*, lor the recovery of which a liberal reward will be given. Inquire at the Brevoort House. IOST?AN ENOLIRH HOUND (FEMALE), MOUSE J color, with gray nose. A liberal reward will be paid by returning it to No. ? West Nineteenth street. LOST?ON MONDAY EVENING, AT 11 O'CLOCK, between Twentt -first und Twenty-second streets. Sixth avenue, a white Spanish Poodle; answers to the name ot ik-auty. The lin.ler will be well rewarded by returning it to 326 Went Twenty third street. ltR VV AUDI*. <J?ff FOR RETURN OF MEMORANDUM BOOK TO 2I? ?JP?J West Fiftieth street; lost May 2 in Eighth avenue cars, or between Liberty aud Centre streets. (tin REWARD.?FOR a Russian terrier slut; I U looks like a black and tan; lost in the neighbor hood of Twenty-sevenih street and sixth avenue. I he above reward will In* paid by return ol same to No. 1 Oreat Jones street, room & REWARD.?ANY PERSON returning AN ?J>1U open faced UoUl Watch (K. O. Brown engraved on back), ana part of turquoise and gold Vest Chain at tached, will receive above reward at real estate office ot VACHE A BROWN, corner Third avenue aud Firty eiglith street. &OA REWARD.?LOST, IN SIXTH AVENUE, Thirty-first street, four weeks ago, a small Spitz Dog,named Vic, color while, with a tinge of buff on his back. Ketu.n to West Twelfth street and receive above reward. A LIBERAL REWARD.?BLACK AND TAN DOO lost, answers to name of Jack. 76 East Fifty-fourth street SPECIAL NOTICES. A?THE AMERICAN REGISTER, ? the most widely circulated of the American Journals published in Europe. A capital medium for American advertisers addressing themselves to European patronage. Indispensable to all persons visiting Oreat Britain and the European Continent. Subscriptions ami advertisements lor the AMERICAN REGISTER will be received and single copies of the paper uiav bo obtained at the oilice ot tne New York llerald. New York. A?HERALD BRANCH OFFICE brooklyn, ? corner ol Fulton avenue and Hocrum street. Open irom b A. M. to 9 P. M. On Sunday irom 8to 9 P. M. American cheap transportation associa tion.?A New York branch organization Is in course of formation. Persons willing to work and spend in tills cause send address to HORACE H. DAY, 61 Liberty street. New York. ARArLROAD RAIL HAS BEEN INVENTED THAT saves to railroad companies $6,00(1 per mile over the present style of rail and is a better and much sater rail than the present style of rail; the rail when put together is a continuous rail; the joints of tills rail are as solid as the middle of the rail, without the use ol flsh plates or chairs, bolts or anything ot the kind. This rail can be seen by addressing K. B. H.. the patentee, 143 Johnson street, Brooklyn. This rail is said to be the best rail ever invented ; it has been Inspected by hundreds of railroad men and endorsed by all; railroad companies ought to examine ibis rail. Agents wanted in all parts of the United Stales. A? M. E. PIERCE. CUSTOM SHIRT MAKER, HAS ? removed trotn 432 'o 428 Hudson street, two doors down; French Yoke Shirts maile to order of the best ma terials and at the lowest prices; a perfect fit and satis faction guaranteed. A LADY LEAVINO THE CITY WILL SELL HER Wheeler A Wilson machine ft a sacrifice. Address Mrs. E. B. Herald Uptown Branch office. lkessmakino. ECONOMY, PROMPTNESS, PERFECT FIT. Messrs LORD A TAYLOR, to prove that retrenchment is possible, have so arranged their Dressmaking Depart ment that ECONOMY In material and trimming U |>*r tlcularlv studied In every detail, and they are now =ffiK8rsses at aMfcCH LI>88 PRIcfe than the cost ot imported garments, while tor STYLE, !? IT and general make up they are every way equal to the tincst fari-ian manufacture. . The immense increase of orders during the past montn prevented our usual promptness\ but now, witn cx fended lacilltles.and Pthe COMPLETE KEoWmZA 'HON ol the department, we can sately GUARANTEE ALL ORDERS AT THE TIME AO REED, and as toHI and PRICE defy competition.^ ^ TAYLOR, Broadway and Twentieth street. "IjlLECTION.?NOTICE 18 HEREBY (iIVl:N THAT AN li election will be held at the office of the New York Bridge Company, No. Water street. In the city of Brooklyn, on Monday, the 2d day ot June next, at 12 o'clock noon ot that day, lor fifteen directors of said company, lor the then ensuing vear, and tor two Inspec tors or election for 1874. The transfer books will be closed from Mav S to June 3. 1873 Dated May 2,1873. ? HENRY C. MURPHY, President. O. P. Qcimtard, Secretary. AVANA AND KKNTUCKY LOTTEEIES.-PRIZES . . cashed ; circulars sent free. JOSEPH HATES A CO., 71 Broadway, New York, room 31. first floor. H LA D?WHETHER 'TIS OR 'TISN'T A SAMPLE . ot what was stepped on corner Broadway and Ninth street, ten days ago. has not been tested yet Ad dress DRY HOODS, box 144 Herald Uptown Branch office. XT OPE MACHINE.?A CONTRIVANCE, WHICH AP \ piled to the nose tor an hour dally, so directs the soft cartilage of which the member consists that an ill-form ed nose ts quickly shaped to PeftecUop. Sent bv pattern, urmt lor S3, ALhXANI'LK lvunfi, 248 High Holborn, London. FFICE OK PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 59 and 61 Wall street. ? ? 1?_? Nnr York, May 14, 1873. TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL ELKCTIoN. Notice is hercbv given that an election for nine Direct ors ofthe Pacific Mall Steamship Company will he held at the company's otlice, 59 and 61 Wall street, on Wednes day May 28, Irf73. between the hours of li M. and 2 P. M. The "transfer books will lie closed, preparatery to said election, Monday. Mav 19, at 4 P. M., aud reopened Thurs day. May 29, at 10 A. M. ;y or^r of theTHosrd.oRF ^ JQHKa0N ^cretary. |MAILOMAHA LEOAL OIKT ENTERPRIZE. AU sales of tickets have closed. Parties desiring tickets In the distribution of May 20, mmst order them direct from head office as no more will be sold in New York through agencies. By order pfTHE MANAGER. KFICIAL DRAWINO NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY. E1TU CLASS NO. 39?MAT 13, 1873. 32, 4, SO, IL 63. 66, #9, 56, 62, 57 19, S9, 8. IVOKTll CABOLtllA?CLASS HO. 40?MAT IS, 18/3. 16 29. 20, 48, 1, 3, 67, 47, 32, 66, 34, 72. GkIiKKN A CO. Managers. LUTHY A CO., Brokers, 2itt Greenwich street, N. Y. 0 0 0 KFICIAL DRAWINOS KENTUCKY STaTE LOTTERIES. KXIfTUCKT?KXTRA CLASS NO. 325?MAT 13, 1873. 65, 9, 75, 31. R, 38, 76, 14, 10, 23, #6, J7, 41, 63. KJEITTtJCKT?CLASS HO. 325?MAT 13, 1873. 5, 14, 58. 51, 17, 77, 36, 9. 37, 40, 57, 4. SIMMONS t CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. SitKLBT COLUtGK?EXTRA CLASS HO. 225? MAT 13, 1873. 70, 19, 51. 8, 35, 62, 26, 36, 7?, 63, 29, 78. 13, 42. SHKLST COLLKCX?CLASS HO. 226?MAT 13, 1873. 32. 69, 45, 60, 78, 17, 4.1, 27, 41, 24. 63, 56. SMITH 4 CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. J. CLUTE, Broker. 206 Broadway. Post office box 4,969. ARTIES HAVING OOODS ON THE STEAMER AT lsnUc will facilitate the appraisement of the same by sending to us their invoices, or certified copies thereof. JONKS A WHITLOCK. Adjusters^Ac.^66 Wall St. ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OF CUBA.-PROS pectns for 1173 now ready. Address GEORGE UP HAM; No.'J Weybosset street, Providence, R. I. Royal Havana lottery.-german state lot &rles. Send for circulars. RITTER * CO., Post office box 3.836. 85 Nassau street, room 4. t5oyalhavana lottery. 11 Royal Saxon Government Lottery. Brunswick Government Lottery. City of Hamburg Lottery. Pri*.cashed and information^. >r Mcnocn Post office box fi.080. 118 Nassau street. ST STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, FORTY ?ixth street, near sixtii avenue, will be open on Thursday evening Msy 15. from 8 tok) o'cleek, tor the nurDose of reuttu? pew?. those present will have an op portunity of hearing the new choir, under the leadership of Mr. H. P. Dank*. The service composed for the open ing Sunday (May 1B> w?Uh? rehear*^ The ^esent^nd former ir to attend parish of St Stephen's. SOUTH CAROLINA LOTTERY GRANT?FOR FREE School Fund?Perpetual. Class 101-77, 65, 14, 74, 37, 12, 58. 19, M, yi, 63. Class 102-4, V3, 14, .16. 6H, 49. 74, <8, 57, 19, .?V5H. COLE A CO., Proprietors; New York Post office box 3,856. Chaklkstow, ri. C., May 13, 1873. CQQ CQQ 18 DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL JpOOVJ.OotJ Ized Kentucky Lottery. Royal Ha vana and Kentucky circulars Iree; 12U cents comnilsslcm allowed. Address BALKY A CO. (office established 30 years), 174 Broadway. members, with their friends, are cordlallT lnvitea id and help to revive tho happy days of the old SI'OKIIKG-DOUS, BIRDS, AC. -FOR SALB. ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOGS. . Birds, Ac.; Medicines for all diseases; Prepared Food, (or mocking birds. At B. G. DOVEY'S, No. 3 Greene street, near Canal. MNB DOUBLB GUN AND SETTER DOG WILL BF. sold at auction, at ARCH. JOHNSTON'S, 37 Nassau street, this day, at 11 o'clock. I/OR SALE CHEAP?A FRENCH DOUBLE BARREL r Fowling Piece, at cigar store, Corlaudt and Green wich streets. ANTF.D-A GENUINE NEWFOUNDLAND DOO. Address box 2,799 Post office. w THE TUMP. T"' HE T^RF^-THB TRAINER'S AND DRIVER'S PRO teollvs Association will hold a Grand Trotting Meet ing Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 27, 28 and 29 at Deerfoot Driving Park (formerly Baft's Vrack), Coney Island itoau KW1 parUcolars will be announced -onej in due season, ^ IIOKSKH< CARRIAOEH, ?C. ALAROE AS8<;RXMKNf of NEW AND SECOND hand Carriage tami'.y Rockaways, ton and open Buggies. Pony Phapt;)n, Grocers' and Business Wagons at greatly reduce*! u JW *Yemw aiui SMW .jtrtitjajrookijra. ? pos"* . A HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC. SPECIAL PEREMPTORY AND POSITIVK SALE BY I'UBUC AUCTION. THIS DAY (WK.DNr.NDAY), MAT 14, AT 10W O'CLOCK. PliOMPT. AT PRIVATE SI ABI.E 138 BAST THIRTY-SIXTH ST., RE A It OK 271 LEXINGTON AVENUE. INCLUDING FOUR KIN ri HORSES. CARKIAO ES, AND LIGHT WAGONS, SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS, BLANKETS, SHEETS, ROBES, WIMPS AC. A handsome and rant team of coal black Geldings. 6 and 7 years old. 1M< hands high, very clo?elv matched; can hartly be distinguished apart; have Heavy .Ion* flowing manes and tails; no white, can trot to a Park phaeton inside oi S minutes; was considered the handsomest team at Saratoga last ?euson; they are beautifully gatted, with hitih knee action, long arched necks; line heads; good limbs and feet; need no gags or checks. and are as flue a team as can be produced; they are tree from vice, tries or ; ault, and are sound, kind and true iu every particu tar. Also line coupe or family Horse; color hay. nearly 16 hands high, anil ? year* old ; 1s sale lor lady's use ; la atraid ol nothing;can be drrven to locomotive with per fect safety; can trot Inaide of 4 minutes, and is sound, kind and truo. Also a very fast hay trotting Mare, 15t$ hands high, 8 years old ; was aired t>y Rysdick's Uamblctoiuan ; dam by Alexander'a Abdullah; was bred and raised in Orange countv, and can trot any dav in 2:35, and for style, gait or action cannot be surpassed: she Is sound, kind and true, and one of the best roadster* ever ollcred at public auction. A loo 1 extension top Pnaeton, 2 top Wagons, 1 light trotting Wagon, single and double Harness, Blankets, UoIk's. Ac. N. II.?This stock is all strictly first class, as owner would have no oilier, aad will he sold to the highest bid der. without limit or restriction, us owner is going abroad, stock can be seen now. Sale positive, rain or shine. _ JENKINS A DUFF, AUCTIONEERS. AT BARKER k CHASE'S CITY AUCTION MART AND N. Y. TATTKRSALL'S, corner or Hroadway and Thirty ninth street. MAJOR CIIAS. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER. REGULAR SALES OK Horses, Carriages, Ac., EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT 11 O'CLOCK. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS allowed for trial ON EVERY HORSE sold under warrantee. THIS IS THE OLY AUCTION mart in the Stato hav ing the proper facilities lor showing horse* on sale, viz.: A LARGE DRIVING RING, ENTIRELY UNDER COVER. OATALOGUR OF HALE, THIS DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK:? HIGH BRED AND EXTRA SI'EEDY BROWN trotting Gelding, hred in Orange countv, Ift^ hands high, 6 years old: an elegant, very stylish, game and easy driver ; has shown a trial o12 to wagon; tears no loco motive ; no road too long for hiin; flowing uiane and tail and warranted sound and kind. W SEAT ROAD WAGON, built hv Benson Brothers. DOUBLE COACH 11 AltNKSS, gtiod order. ELEGANT AND DESIRABLE golden sorrel trotting Gelding. Kentucky bred, about 16'4 high. 7 years old; a very gamev and extra stylish driver; can trot in 2:50, undgotothc end of the road; tears nothing; has no vices; fine flowing mane and tall, and warranted .sound and kind. ELEGANT TOP PONY PHAETON, built by Close. TWO FINE TOP EXPRESS Wagons. FINE HAY HAMBLKTONIAN MARE, 15.^ high, 7 years old; extra tine stylish driver; cun trol in 8 min utes. and warranted sound and kind. FINE SIX SEAT PARK PHAETON, built by Wood Bros. DOG CART. BUILT BY Demarest. EXTRA FINE SORREL STAR brood Mare, bred in Orange county, I.V4 high, 8 years old: One, handy driver; lias trotted ill 2:45; is supposed to be in foal to second Hatnbletonian, THE CELEl}RATED COAL BLACK TROTTING MARE WINONA, sired by Qeneral Knox, and Is half sister to Camors; Is I6>? hands hltrh, 6 years old.n very elegant, fame, stylish and pleasant driver; has trotted over the aiiROi track in 2 :.W.i; can beat 2:4(1 to-day; is finely gaited. vciv handsome and showy, and perfectly gentle for a lady to drive ; is sold to close an estate, and 1* war ranted sound aud kind. FINE BASKET PHAETON, NEARLY NEW. ELEGANT FINE. LARGE BLACK Coupo Horse, Ken tucky bred, 16 high, 6 years old. an extra stylish and prompt driyer; can trot close to three minutes; tins extra action and appearance, flowing mane and tail and war ran led sound aud kind. FINE HEAVY CONCORD EXPRESS WAGON. NEW AND SECOND-HAND Harness, Horse Clothing, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Halters. Ac. ALSu, SEVERAL OTHER HorscB, Wagons, Ac. FULL DESCRIPTION AT Pale. SALES NEVER PO-TPONED on account of weather. Auction house of arch. Johnston (late Johnston A Van Tossell), OFFICE AND SALESROOM. OL1) t>TAND. 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office. ? THE HOUSE AUCTION BRANCH OF THE HOUSE IS REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES. 1#. 21, S3 and 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET between Hlth avenue and University place. ' The business will he conducted on precisely the same strict and honorable principle* which have always char acterized the dealings ot our house and won the respect and confidence ol the business community, an well as the Bublic at large. ATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S SALE (WEDNESDAY) AT 12 O'CLOCK. '' ELEGANT TEAM B\Y HOUSES. 16 hands, 7 and 8 years; kind and true In all harness; free irom vice; all dtravellers; ufruid ot nothing, and warranted sound TWO-SEAT DOG CAHT, BV LAWRENCE. GENTLEMAN'S ROAD TURNOUT-Tcam bav Mares 15.H hands, 6years; kind and trui; extra line travellers: In every respect a first class team. ' CROftg MATCHED TEAM black and brown Mares. 15U hands, 7 years, kind and true in all harness and under saddle; tree from vice; can trot in 3^ minutes, and war ranted sound, without blemish. SET OF HARNESS, BY CAMPBELL. TOP ROAD WAGON, BY STIVERS; NEW ELEGANT LADY'S SADDLE HORSE, broken to all gaits of a saddle horse. BROWN SHETLAND PONY; It) hands; 6 years; kind and true; extra fl?e traveller; kind and true in all har ness and under saddle; warranted sound. *;ROSS MATCH ED TEAM, BROWN AND GRAY HORSES; 15% hands; 6and7 years; kind and true; can trot in 3 minutes and warranted, together with Ton Road W2li,i?.HH!"Sl?.s.tiv,'n,i HUt ?r Harness, Blankets, Ac. FAMILY ESTABLISH!;NT?BLACK MARE, lfi hands, 8 years; kind and true in all harness and under saddle, and warranted sound ; together with light Park Phaeton, in perfect order; set of single Harness, Ac. T CART, BY BREWSTER A CO. TEN OTHER HORSES, direct from Kentucky; descrip tion time ol sale. F THREE PONY HORSES, 15 hands, 5 years; kind and true In all harness and under saddle, and cau be driven by a lady or child, and warranted sound. Coupe In good order. Barouche in perfect order. Light Coupe Harness by Campbell. Doctor's Phaeton. Five sets of Single Harness in good order. Express and Depot Wagons. Pony Phaetons, top and no top. Three set* of Double Harness. Weather never interferes with our sale. Take Uni versity place cars. THE "BREWSTER WAGON," JL In all weights, for pleasure driving or speeding. .... exquisitely finished, and embracing in their construction tnc various lmprove them* ln,roduce(1 by u* during the past 16 years, making .the standard for Quality throughout the United States. These wagons are exclusively the production of our well-known Broome street factory, and are offered In stock in all respect* equal in quality to those built to the order ot the most valued customer, and at prices uniform to alt In order that we may not be confounded with a Joint stock company ol carnage dealers who have adopted a Arm name similar to our own, and impudently claim the reputation we have made lor the "Brewster Wagon," we beg the public will remember that our only warerotms are at the corner of Filth avenue and Fourteenth street, and our only Factory on Broome street. BREWSTER ? CO., ol Broome street. , LANDAU, BY LAWRENCE: ONE COUPE BY _1 Woods Bros. ; one six-seat Phe.iton, one four-seat do., one light Curtain Coach, by Brewster; 60 top and open Pony I'heatous, 20 top and open side-bar and fuII spring Road Wagons, by Brewster, Stivers and Dusenbury f SP V.u#er'' '"P an<f open Express Wagons, single and double Harness, two Sulkies. WM. H. ORAY, 20 to 27 Wooster street A IS? V" ?.ET0JfA ?lns i?DO'. *130i TOP, $180; DO., f* $175; Run>ble, $196; C Springs. $190; top Wagon, $150; 10 open Road Wagons. 1,430 Broadway, near For ty-tirst street T BARGAINS-STYLISH PONY PHAETONS OF l every variety, Depot Wagons, Cabriolets, fine Bug gles. Rock away f> and other styles of Carriage*. STAATd BELL, No. 7 Washington place, rear New York Hotel. A?LANDAULETS, LANDAUS, COUPES, LADIES' . Phaetons, Ham's popular circular front LandauleU. coupe Rockaways and T CarU; new styles and unsur passed iu finish. 10 East Fourth street LOT OF TOP BUGGIES. ROAD WAGONS, EX press, Grocery and light Business Wagons; also a second band top Buggy, cheap. 348 West Twenty-seventh street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues. AFEW FULLBLOODED ALDERNEY AND AYR shire Cows tor salo, vory cheap; also, one Imported Ayrshire Bull. Inquire of WILLIAM WATSON, 99 Frank lin street. A GOOD HORSE FOR SALE-FULL 16 nANDS; aw/Jffi1*; Perfectly gentle and kind. Apply to S. w. SMITlf, Frankfort House, 202 William street. Will ejichangc for Furniture. AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE OF fered, our Immense stock Carriages, comprising every seasonable style family Carriages and llnht Wait ons, new aad second hand; several slightly damaged; great bargains. B 1 MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. ^ -LIGHT WAGONS. ?hA ?feortm,?Pt for thc r"*<1 *n<1 Pleasure driving at the old place, 136 aud 137 Chrystie street. W. FRANK DUSENBURY, successor to

Dusenbury A Van Duscr. A FIRST CLASS STABLE TO RENT.?APPLY ON premises, 149 East.Neventictli street, corner Lcx lntftnn uvenne. A-Foif SALE-FIVE HORSES, THE PROPERTY . of a farmer; two large truck Horses, one drive or road Horse. Also a spun of very handsome black Horses, with long manes and tails; they are kind for gentleinanor lady to ride or drive; thev are very stvlish dri vers. These horses are young and sound. A reason able trial alloweit Apply at 160 Washington street, near Liberty street A BASKET PHAETON FOR SALE?HAS BEEN used but a short time j made to order by the best ^wYork makers. Apply at 161 East Twenty eighth st. PAIR OK BAY HORSES. SIX SEATED ROCKA an(l "ct double Harness lor sale.?Horses I6? hands high, 7 yearaold, very stylish, and sound and kind: ' forbat, and In perfect order. Apply at 130 East Thirteenth street A?ONE SHIFTING TOP PONY PHAETON AND " H*rneM .t?00, co,t i one rumble seot top rouy Phaeton lor $3uu, cost $660. HAM, 10 EastJTonrtk street. A PAIR OF CHESTNUT PONIES, 14X RANDS, 7 and 8 years old; full sisters; well matched, can trot in three minutes; very gentle, kind and sound; have ^ecnused ui a private family. H Urov# street, uuux HOKHKS, (AHKIAGKS. ?. N ATTRACTIVE AND SPECIAL SALE BY PUBUO AUCTION OK KINK HORSES, CAKRUOE8, HARNESS, AC.. ON THURSDAY, MAY 15, AT 10 O'CLOCK PROMPT, AT PK1VATE STABLE 61 BAST THIRTY-THIRD STREET, consisting of the entire Turnout of a gentleman giving up driving. They will be found reliable and flne, and are worthy the attention ol parties wishing to purchase stock that ran be depended upon. Extra stylish and liiuh bred tram of blood bay Marea, with black points 15'i hands. seven and eight v? are old, raised in Kentucky, niul both Hired by Kald Chief, dam Bashaw. They are closely mated, with line arched neck*, have great action, drive evenly and without clucks-have flne, strong limbs; superb teet; arc alraid ot nothing, and can go to the end of the road; thuy have taken first premium at Countv Fair as best matched 6air in county, and are pronounced by good Judges Hie t-st and most stylish in this city; they are warranted good and true, sound and kind. Splendid and blooded Kentucky bred brown coupe Horse, I6? hands, * years oid, king Mowing mane and tail, all style and action, a lust traveller and a bold, loar less driver; Is well broken to all harness and Is war ranted sound anil kind. Ueautilul let black nisre Black Alice, lixi hands, 7 yeursold, raised at Burlington, vt. nnd sired by General Knox, diim by than Allen; is a perfect beauty and can be driven by a lady ; has a record of 2 Al when 4 years old and din beat 2 :4.1 to road wagon ; she is good In com pany, does not Iret or pull, and with pro;ier training can beat 2 she is warranted sound aud kiud, and must be seen to be appreciated. Beautitul children's I'ony, only 12 hands, 8 years old; a perfect net; run be driven or ridden by the smallest child, anil Is warranted sound nnd kind. Also Coupe, pole and shaft; tonr-wheol Dog Cart, nearly new; light top Wagon, In prime order; double anil single Harness, Ifobes and Blankets. Full warrantee ot 24 hours oil all horses. Sale positive, rain or shine. Block on exhibition at all times. JOHN L. V.VNDKWATER, Auctioneer. J^ ? MOHT CARRIAGES AND HARNESS. No. 8 Cortlandt street, near Broadway, the place where goods are honestly represented. No inncy prices, no Broadwav expenses; no "time" debts to make up. Terms cash only. Pony Phaetons a specially ; 25 dllTerentstyles. Carriages of all kinds built to order and warranted. ARCH. JOHNSTON, No. H Cortlandt,near Broadway. A LANDAU, BY LAWRENCE; ONE COUPE, BY Woods Bros.: one six-seat I'hacton, one four-seut do., one light Curtain Coach, by Brewster; 80 top and open Ponv Phaetons, -0 top and open side-bar anil lull spring ifoad Wagons, by Brewster, Stivers and Dusen biirv A Van Dusrr: top and open Express Wagons, single aud doable Harness, two Sulkies. WM. H. GRAY, 20 to 27 Wooster street. An bleoant ROAD ESTABLISHMENT AT AUC TION, this day, AT 12 O'CLOCK, AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S HORSE AUCTION BRANCH. 19. 21, 2;) AND 25 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR UNI VERSITY I'l/ACK. SEE CATALOGUE ABOVE. A JUMP-SEAT BUGGY, DOG CART, DOCTOR'S 1'liaetou, :i Top Buggies, Coupe, 2 Brett*, 2 Clar ences, 2 glass quarter Coaches, licarse. Stage, 2 large Wagons, suitable lor baggage, passenger or circus wagons; all second hand ; in order. J. W. PITNEY, 460 Third avenue. A -FOR SALE-THREE HORSES, ONE VERY FINE . family or road horse, kind lor a lady or gentleman to drive; also, two fit for a coupe or business purposes; these horsesare young and warranted sound; a reasonable trial allowed ; sold on account of the duuth of the owner. Apply 45 Great Jones 8t Auction sale this day at 11 O'CLOCK Of 2 pair fine Truck Horses, 2 Cart Horses, 3 Brick Trucks, 1 Cart Truck and Cart Harness lor brick, llnie, plaster, sand, lumber, office furniture. Iron safo, Ac., by COLE k MURPHY, corner Union A Nevlns streets, Brooklyn. A MILK WHITE PONY FOR SALE?IB A PICTURE to a lady's phaeton; is 14 hands high, 8 years old, sound and kind; a child can ride or drive him; will be sold cheap. Can be seen lor two (lays at DRENEN'S sia bles, northeast corner of Thirty-seventh street and Seventh avenue. C1BEAM TAN RIDING AND DRIVING GLOVES, J . single button, $2; double button, $2 25. Every pair warranted and sent free on receipt of price. UNION ADAMS A CO., KM Broadway. CARRIAGES?SLIGHTLY DAMAGED; GREAT BAB gains; new and second hand Carriages, every de scription; low prices. We olTer great inducements, and invite purchasers to call anil examine. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. IriOR BALE?STEEL GRAY MAKE, SIX YEARS OLD, ' a perfect beauty, 16k hands high, gentle and kind in all harness, and afraid of nothing. ;i5ti West Forty first street. IjlOR SALE-THE BEST PAIR OF CARRIAGE ' Horsesinthe city; full brothers; exactly matchcd; tood travellers; no vice, trick or impcrlecliou ol any ind; tlioy are perfectly gontle and yet eminently stylish; sold only because the owner is leaving the country; also a handsome Phaeton and a fine l.anilaiilet, by Brewster, holding tour persons. Apply between 8 anil 11 A.M. at Urovcr's stables, 26 East Twenty-eighth street, between Madison unit Fourth avenues. Inquire tor JOHN, coach man. T^OR SALE?A KPLENDI I) DARK BAY MARK, 5 r years old, 1ft hahds hluli; fust, stylish. and sound and kind In every respect; raised by the present owner. Ap ply at339 hast Twenty -seventh street, alter 9 A. M. li"V>R SALK? OOYBRID WAGON AND DOUBLE r Harness, nearly new, for heavy, express or manu facturing business; sold low lor want ot use. Inquire at DOUGLASS A CO.'8 Livery titable, Iti5 Clymer street, Williamsburg. For sale-two glass quarter coaches, one Doctor's Gig. 1'haeion, six-seat Kockaway, one Clarence ; nil in good order. II. BURR, 2(13 Mercer street IflOR SALE?A GOOD, SERVICEABLE BAV HORSE, 1 5 years old, suitable for u coupe; well broken to single or doublo harness. Apply at 699 Broadway, room 1. ? FOR SALE?a. VERY FINE PAIR OK DAPPLE GRAY llorses, IB hands, 6 years old, good length of necks, splendid flowing manes and tails, kind in all harness, cannot be surpassed by any team In the city. Inquire for somerville, at New York Tattersall's, corner of Forty-second street, Seventh avenue. IJIOR SALK?TWO COMPLETE RIGS, AS FOLLOWS:? .F One dark brown Horse, 18 hands high, very last and stylish, long tall and main; one flne top Wagon (Husen biiry A Nelson), one good Road Wagon, Harness, one dress Blanket one stable Blanket, Whip, Ac.; one flue black Pony, fine driver and good traveller; good Pony Phaeton, Blanket, Kobe. Harness, Whip, Ac.: will be sola cheap, as owner lias not time to use. Call for three days at stable in Hamilton street, second south of Myrtle ave nue, Brooklyn. For sale?victoria phaeton, with rumble and top; also English Coupe and Dog Cart of the best make, and but little used ; owner gone to Europe. Apply at private stable No. 1 hast Forty-second street FOR SALE FOR WANT OF USE?a BROWN HORSE. 6 years old, 15.3 Inches high, free and stylioh driver, warranted in every respect Address J. P., box 160 Herald office. 1710R SALE?A GENTLEMAN'S ELEGANT PHAKTON, ' to be sold cheap, owner being abroad. Inquire at stable. No. 3 East Eighteenth street. FOR SALE?A THOROUGHBRED SADDLE HORSE; great style and beauty. Can be seen at Tllton A Jen nison's stables. Twenty-ninth st Owner going abroad. FOR SALE?GRAY MESSENGER MARK. 1?*?' HANDS high ; can trot in 1.40; new top Wagon and Harness. Call at M Clinton street, Brooklyn. Tjior SALK?A handsome chestnut SORREL J Horse; 8 years old: 16% hands high; sound and kind ; gentle lor a lady to drive; can trot in 2.56; will be sold cheap, or exchanged for a cheaper horse. Inquire at 242 East. .Seventy-seventh street For hale?light top wagon, stivers' build, nearly new: also rich bay Hambletonian Marc, lftji hands, 6 years old, warranted souud and kind, trots In 3 minutes: also light Harness; separate or together. Apply to BONNEAU A brothers, 17? Centre street. For sale?a handsome bay stallion is hands high, A years old; souud and perfectly kind in all harness; has trotted in 2:42. Can be seen at MCDONALD'S stables, 14?i and 14H Kast Furly-llrst st 1!K>? SALK-A TEAM OF BAY HoRSES.FULL IS 1 hands, 5 year* old; warranted ; price $2,000. Apply at 39 Nassau street, room 1. IjlOR SALE-FINE TEAM BAY MARES. 15 HANDS 1 htgh; sound and penectly gentle; price low. Apply at private stable 115 West Thirty-seventh street For sale?a stylish pair of black a-year old mares, 15)$ hands high; good travellers; sound and kind ; also two-seated Phaeton and new double Har ness ; a stylish Turnout; will be sold together or separate ly ; price for the whole, $1,200; owner going to leave the city. Call at leadbktter'ti stables, Seventh avenue, above Forty flflh street IjlOR SALE?THE handsomest BLACK PONY FOR ' a lady In the city; 0 yoars old, hands high; flow ing mane and tall; can trot In 3 minutes; perfect in every respect; Phaeton and Harness; sold for want of ase. Apply at U$ West Thirty-ninth street I'OR HALE?FIVE CANADA PONIES, YOUNG, SOUND and kind, II to 15 hands; two well matched; one a little tliln for $85. 104 West .sixteenth street, near Seventh avenue. FOR SALE?a PAIR OF YOUNG MULES, OOOD pollers, at 148 Goerck street BlOR HALE?aTKONG WORK HORSE, SOUND AND kind; also Truck and Harness; harness nearly new; reason tor selling, own?r having no further use for thcin. Apply at north-cancorncr of Vestry and Grecuwich st*. IjlOR SALK?A SORREL HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD; FIT 1 lor cart or truck or Ics wagon. Can be se,en corner ol Filth street and Second avenue, in the blacksmith's shop. He will be sold cheap. IjlOR SALE?HORSE, WAOON AND HARNESS; 1 Horse eon trot In 3 minutes; Wagon built by Corbett of Twenty null street Call at Oil More 173 Avenue C. T.10R SALK-A LOT OF GOOD WORK HOUSES, JUST J arrived Irsm the West; among them are some nice driving Horses and some big Horses. Apply at 176 Mer cer street FIOR SALE?A BLACK HOR.SK, 15 HANDS HIGH, 5 years old; warranted sound and kind in all harness; Is also a line saddle horse; price $225; si>ld for want of use. N. L. BUKD1CK A BllO., 117 l'rlnre street. BIOR SALE?A PARK BASKET PHAETON. IN USE only one month; city made; sold on account of tho owner leaving tho city. Inquire at 4o3 Third avenue, np stairs. T.IOR HALE-A BLACK TEAM, 15 HANDS, 6 AND 7 f yesrs old; brothers; used by present owner two years; sound in every way. Also one two-seat Phaeton, one three-seat Phaeton and one Landau; the best la tho city; used but a lew times. Also two Rets of Harness. Apply at private stable No. 3 Kast Twenty-fifth street Iiorhale CHEAP?A good Top wagon AND A good light Harness; and also a Coupe Kockaway. Apply at u'i v> aiker street, near Broadway. IitOS HALE, VERY CHEAP?FOR WANT OF USE, A 1 halt lop four-seat. Phaeton, In good order, made by Brewster A Co., of Broome street; cost $l,oco, price $?M. Ajurt* tub!?, ju am Factum iue?w HOEHliS, CAKRTAGKH. *C. For sale, cheap?bay horse. splendid TOR? hirocu or noddle ; tumid and kind. Apply to Mr. MOOKb, ail Seventh aveuue. For SALE?a dark hay, thoroughbred sad* die Mare ; sound and kind ; has been ridden by a lady lor the pust year. Apply at stable, 83 East Forty flrst street GIRE AT HARUAINS.?IN CONSEQUENCE OK RE T building part ol our premises, we offer our entire stock seasonable styles new and second hand Carriages at greatly reduced prices. ?MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. Horses.?for sale, a kink pair ok black carriage Horses; also a stylish pair of bays, suita ble for coupe or the road. Inquire at private stable, 26 Lexington avenue, near Twenty-third street. Horse, TRUCK and harness for sale cheap? Must be sold, as the owner has other work to attend to. Call at346! Eighth avenue, corner ol Twenty-eighUi street. Harness, saddles horse clothing, car. liage Robes, Lap Dusters, Kly Nets, and a large variety ol Saddlery Hood* always on hand. C. B. SMITH A CO.. 40 War1 en street. New York. Harness, horse furnishing goods, ac.-no tancy prices. C. M. MOSF.MAN A BRO., Manufacturers, 114 Chambers Street. Harness.?the cheapest harness store in New York.?A good double truck Harness, $'til; a Sood buggy Harness, hand inade. $17; a good s able lanket, SO. Will sell cheaper than ever on account ol moving on or before June 1. I'lease call and xamiue for yourselves. FISHER A QSBORNB, 43 Murray st MARSHAL'S SALE.-'WILL HE SOLD ON WKDNHS day, May 14. at 12 o'clock noon, 4 heavy draught Horses, at BURDBTT A DENNIS', Auctioneers. 113 I'earl street, llanover square. T. D. O'BBIBW, Marshal. Must be sold immbdiately?a nicb bay Mare, Long Island Black Hawk stock, 16hands, H years old; sound, kind ami gentle in all harness; very handsome; good stepper: will be sold cheap. Can be seen any morning at Truesdell'a staliles, I2?i West Forty-sixth Street. Aildress 11. B. S., box N71 Post office. Notice?you can always rely upon the representations made by the auction house of arch. JOHNSTON. read catalogue OF this DAY'S SALE. AT 12 O'clock, AT OUR IIOKSE AND CARRIAGE AUC TION BRANCH, 19 TO 26 EAST THIRTEENTH street, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACE AND FIFTH AVE NUE. ONE OK THE LARGEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE SALES OK Till'. SEASON. BY ARCU. JOHNSTON, THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock, at his Mart, lt)lo '^6 Fast Thirteenth street, between University place and Kitth avenue. TWENTY-FIVE OK THE KIN EST KENTUCKY BRED HORDES IN THE COUNTRY. All to he sold without reserve. See cutaloguc above, and be sure and attend the sale. PONY PHAETONS, PARK WAGONS, LIGHT ROCK always, Victorias, Depot Wagons, Dog Carts, Road Buggies, and other seasonable styles Family Carriages; popular prices; lot second hand Carriages. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. PRIVATE STABLE KOR SALB?49 WEST EIOH street; complete in all respects; two box stalls and (our single stalls; two floors above, four rooms on each. Inquire of THOMAS KELLY, M West Eigh teenth street. SPEED.?FOR SALE, AT PRIVATE STABLE, 146 WEST Thirty-second street, a I load Turnout; cost $2,501) this Soring; will be sold for $1,200; the wagon Is new, with top, built by Brewster ; new harness, used but three times; the horse can trot In 2.40; sound and kiud. Inquire tor the coachman. SECOND HAND BOOKAWAY8, TOP AND OPEN Huggies, Rumble Phaeton, Depot Wagon, Dog Cart, Pony I'liaeton. six-seat Oermantown; several slightly shopworn Carriages, bargains. manufacturers' UNION, 63M Broadway. SUPERIOR IRON STABLE FITTINGS.?PARTIES about to bnild new stables or refit old ones are in vited to call and Inspect specimens of all the most ap proved kinds, manufactured in our own workshop*. JANES A kiutland, Nos. 8. 10 and 12 lteade street. TlJlr* IMY, AI AUCTION, AT AK^H. JOHNSTON S N >? W MART. 19 TO 25 EAST THIRTEENTH 8TREBT. BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACE AND FIFTH AVENUE:? Three fine Carriage Teams. One elegant Road Team. Three elegant Saddle Uorsca. Five Pony Horses. Three Road Horses. Road Wagons. Pony Phaetons. SALE positive, AT 12 O'CLOCK, BAIN OR SHINE. See catalogue above. TOOWNER8OF HORSES.-NO ONE WHO HAS EVER used Dr. TOBIAS' Horse Venetian Liniment will ever be without It It Is a certain cure for Colic, Sore Throat, Cuts, Bruises, Old Sores. Warranted superior to any other. In pint bottles at $1. Sold by the Druggists. Depot, 10 Park place. WANTED?TWO WELL TRAINED SADDLE HORSES; no fancy prices; also gentleman and lady's side Sad dle ; first class, little used. Address, stating prices, box "1074 Post office. WANTED?A VERY 8UPBBIOB SPAN UK HORSES, 1.1'i hands; bay or brown; must be well matched; fine action; perfectly sound aad gentle, and able to go inside of 3)? minutes. Address, giving full particulars, box hSS New York Post office. WANTED?A OENTLK. OOOp SADDLE PONY, I20R 13 hand* high, phaeton or dog cart Harness una Saddle, for boy. Address 2H West Foriy+eventh street. dfcQA $12.1, $175 rOB A DEPOT WAIillN, OPEN Koad Wagon and top Buggy; good order: city build and less than half coot. 168 West Forty-first street. A"| FA?GRAY MARK: $165 RAY HORSE; BACH ?JpL?)U seven years, sixteen hands, sound und kind; make a good team; must sell to close business. 216 West Thirty-first street, near Seventh avenue. AQAA -PAIR COACH HORSES, RAV, 162,680 q)OwU? lbs.; sound and kind; 9 and 10years; stylish, quick steppers: family going abroad. 127 East Twenty first street, before 10 or after 5. <*>"| AAA FOR A SPLENDID ROAD TEAM, DARK ?Pi.?DUU chestnuta, L% hands high, beautiful long tails and manes, high knee action, arched necks, and can trot In three minates; are sound and kind, without bletn ? ish ; warranted. Address K. BROOKLYN, Lie raid Uptown Branch office. Fl'ltiVlTUKE. ^ -CARPETS, Furniture, Bridlni, Oilcloths, SjAcv Curtains, Window Shades, Blankets, Comforters, Ac.. at very low price* at the large wholesale and retail warerooms, 500 to 516 Eighth avenue, corner of Thirty flftb and Thirty-sixth streets. D. KELLY, successor to H. O'FarrelL AT BENDALL* OLD STAND?FURNITURE, CAR. pets and Redding cheap for cash, or by weekly aud monthly payments. C. E. CanNon, 20!) and 211 Hudson Street, corner Canal. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OK CARPETS, FURNI ture and Bedding at lowest cash prices, by weekly instalments, at O'KARRKLL'S warehouse, 410 Eighth ave nue, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets. A RARE CHANCE FOR CASH SELDOM MET WITH This day, at private residence 21 East Twentieth street, Parlor Suits. $79; rep Suits, $40; Bedroom Hu11< $30, and .100 lots for less than halt cost Parties com mencing housekeeping will flud this a good chauce. Call lor three days. A RARE CnANCB FOR HOUSEKEEPER8.-MAGNI flcent Household Furniture for sale at a sacrifice; property family leaving city; two superb Suits Parlor Furniture, covered silk brocade; cost $8(10, for $200each; do., $150, do., $46; magnificent rosewood Pianoforte, cel ebrated maker, cost $9iN), lor $275; Ktageres, Hookcuse, Chamber, Dining Furniture; China, Glassware, Silver ware, Cutlery, Linen; half original cost. 36 West 15th st, near 5th uv. A -AT PRIVATE SALE-ALL THE ELEGANT . Household Furniture of private residence 210 W. 21st street, near 7th avenue?Parlor Sulfa, in satin and coteline; Suits in reos, rosewood and wainut Chamber Suiu, single and double Bedsteads, Dining Room Furni ture, Rookease. spring and hair Mattresses, Bronzes, Ornaments,Ac. Contents of bouse for sale, cheap for cash. All the first class household furniture at residence 104 East Twenty-fifth street, between Fourth and Lexington avenues, lor sale leas than half original cost Property of family leaving for Europe. Magnificent latest stvle French satin Parlor Suit, cost ?57S, for $200; one do, $175; Marie Antoinette style Parlor uit. $125: brocatel and rep Suits, $65 and $50; Turkish Chairs, Louuges, Paintings, Mirrors, Curtains, Carpets, rosewood and walnut Chainl?er 8uite, Mattresses, Bedding, Bookcases, Buffet, Extension Table, Silverware, rosewood 7)? octave double round Pianoforte, nearly new, bril liant tone, $260 cash. Call before purchasing else where. At private HOUSE m WEST 2SD STREET, near fith avenue?Magnificent Parlor Suits, M pieces, covered In crimson satin brocatel; cost $090, for $225; one do., $190; 4 Suits. In reps, for $50, $60, $70; Bed room Suits, $40 upwards; Mirrors, Tables, Singer Sewing Machine: cost $65, for $26; fine imported Bronzes, Fig ures, Books, Bookcase, Ac.. 60 percent less than cost; used one year. N. B.?Sold in large or small lots to suit cash customers. CARPETS, Furnltnre, Beds, Bedding, Ac, Payments taken by the week or month. Terms easy. gELLY a 00., corner of Twenty-fifth street and Sixth avenue c D EGRAAF A COCHRANE have removed fo 152 and 154 West 2'fd street Entire new stock of Furniture at exceedingly low prices. Monthly or weekly paymemts.-carpets, Furniture, Bedding. Ac. IlEALY A cunningham. SfM and 386 Third avsnne, near Twontv-etglith street. Prices lower than any other house in the city. WEEKLY AND monthly PAYMENTS FOR FUR Vt niture. Carpets and Bedding, at B. M. COWPEIt TIIWAIT A Co. S, 155 and 157 Chatham street Au Immense stock and low prices. ~ ?IUJA1P? A 1 -STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL TABLES AND i\ L. the Phdan A Collender Combination Cushions for sale only by the patentee, H. W. COLLENDER, successor to Pheian ? Coilinder, 73* Broadway, New York. A 1 -LATEST DESIGNS OF BILLIARD TABLES Jx.L? and all appurteuancesconnected with the trade; ?tieclttl attention lo private trade. UkUBuiTtt. 7tecBU>atr?fifc DRY (ifHIIM. Attractive SPRING NOVELTIES HI !In: KAVOItll K III.SORT of FASH ION ABI.1-: NEW TURK. The choice variety ^ STYLISH AND DESIRABLE GOODS to be found under the ene roof of the VAST AND COMMODIOUS K8TAdLlsUMEAT or ? * * * % * ? * ? * ? * ? ? ? ? ?. # B. H. * * * + *M * >? * ## * MA" * ? * A C O. ? * *? #?? *?# ?* ??v ? ? # * ?? ?* render* It om of (H MOST DELIGHTFUL AND CONVENIENT SALONS FOR PURCHASIX? FOR THE LADIES of NEW YORK AND SUBURBS. The Immpnw business transacted by this firm enables them to control THE CHOICEST SELECTIONS of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE, and to offer to their customers a constant succession of NEW aOODS rtt REASONABLE AND ECONOMICAL PRICES. K II. MACV A CO., ? Fourteenth street anil Sixth avenue. C^OMPAGNIE DES INDES, J . I'arls. MM. VERDE DELISLE FRKRBS, of the Comnagnlo ilr.s Index, respectfully address themselves to ladies of America contemplating a voyage in Europe, inviting their attention to their productions ot Luces and Cashmere Shawls. exhiblieit at their warehouses, HO Hue Iticlilieu, Paris, and No. 1 Hue do la Regenco, Bruxelles. Those who caH, either from interest and ourlosity or for the purpose of bo.ving, will meet with equal courtesy. As this house pays no commissions under any circum stances to agents, the diree.t purchaser obtains all the ad vantages. All goods marked in plain figures. Prices in invariable. English spoken all over tiie house. Fabriques de Dentelles, | Kabmiues de <'ashmere des Bayeux, 14 Rue Koyale. I Indes, Alencon, 20 Rue. de Lencrel. | Cashmere, I'mritznr. jyjORITZ DINKELSPIEL, 737 Broadway, opposite Astor place. The excitement continues. We must sell during this week $10,000 worth of our Stock at less tnan half the cost We will offer extra bargains in Hamburg's Real Yak, Real Guipura and Heal Thread Lacec Fine French Passementeries, Buttons, Small Wart* An entirely new lot of Sash and Millinery Ribbons, at an Immense sacrifice, prior to a change In our bueiness. All Goods marked In plain figures. Do not fall U call early tA avoid the rush in the after* noon. MORITZ DINKELSPIEL, 737 Broadway, opposite Astor place. Notice?Ten per cent discount on all purchases above one dollar. J>AK1S.?AU COIN DK RUE. Ne. 8 Rue Montesquieu, 16,18, 20 and 'il Rue des Hons Enfants, near the Palais Royal. Great Emporium of Fashion. Known for nearly thirtv years for the excellence, good taste and modest price ot each article. India and French Cashmere Shawls, Silks, Lace Goods, Mantles, Costumes, Patty Dressea, Ready made Underclothing, Wedding*)utllts. Buby Linen, Gloves, Perfumery, Fancy Articles. The largest, most varied and Cheapest stork in Paris. SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, 914 BROADWAY, NEAR O Twentieth street?Spring and Summer styles JUST IMPORTED. Beautiful Costumes; Patterns, with cloth model*, now ready. Patterns lltted to tlie form war ranted perfect Cutting and basting. Come EARLY In tho day. MILUNKKV AM> UKKMSMAKINO. MME. A. DUVAL REMOVED TO 878 BROADWAY! Charming Promenade untl Evening Toilets lust re ceived. Dressmaking done in the most approved Parisian ityle. Ladles out of town can have perfect fitting dream* by sending waists and length of skirt: also materials furnished. Orders by mall promptly attended. Charges moderate. POST OR KICK NOTICB. P08T OFFICE NOTICE.?'THE MAILS FOR EUROPE, during the week ending Saturday. May 17, IH73, will close at this office on Wednesday at 12 M.. on Thursday, at 11 A. M . and on Saturday at 7 and 11 A. M. T. L. JAMES, Postmaster. MIAV OK KICKS. AT ho NASSAU STREET, BETWEEN FULTON AND John streets, NEWMAN I.K(lPiii.l) continue* the buying, selling or advancing on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Piaiion, Merchandise, Life 1'olieies, lor an J amount. A J. JACKSON, PAWN HHO K E R, S6 WEST THIRTY ? first, formerly 90 l'rince street, loans Money in large or small sums on personal Property of every de scription. AT JACKSON'S, 806 BROADWAY, OPPOSITE ELEV. enth street?Money liberally advanced on Dia monds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks, Dry Ooods, and per sonal Property of every description. Private entrance for ladies. AT 67 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.? 1 pay the highest price lor Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. Advance on the same. ISAACS, Diamond Bfoker, 67 Thirteenth street, near Broadway. A f WOLF BROTHERS', 8?; BROADWAY, BETWEEN JA. Nineteenth and Twentieth streets?Money loaned on Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, Silverware, Silks, and partlculaUy Pianos; private parlor for ladles; buslneag strictly confidential. American ofkiie-kstablibukd ism.?money loaned on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, India Shawls, I.aoes. valuables. Ac.; any amount; or will buy; highest value paid. J. H. BARRINUER, 7V> Broadway, opposite Astor place. ONEY LOANED?ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Jewelry and r+ilverware. The same bought and sold. UKO. C. ALLEN, Hll Broadway, near Fourteenth street QQ NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICB. Ot7 Liberal advsnces made on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise. The same bought and Sold. Room 1. HAYMA.N I.KOPOLD. A 2|S SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN 1WhNTY-FOURTH H/O and Twentv llitn streets.?Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Silas, Laces and shawls Same bought at full value. BERNARD. C*QC BROADWAYr COKNER AMITT~~isTIt REtT^ UOi; Money liberally advanced on Diamonds, WatcheiL Jewelry ana all Merchandise, at the old established Loan office. Same bought and sold. M. HOSKNBhRO. Q1 Q BROADWAY, OLDEST EST A B LIS11E I> AND J7J.O most reliable oiTlce.?Money advanced on Dia monds, Watches, Jewelry, Lacea, Ac.; same bought at lull value. A.C.HERTS. 1 9A7 BROADWAY, OVER HERALD BRANCH .1 ? *j\J I office, room B.?Parlors for ladle*. Money loaned on Diamond*, Watches, Jewelry, Ac. same bought and low. lindo bros. INSTHPCTipW. AT THOMPSON'S COLLEOK, JO FOURTH AVENUE, opposite Cooper Institute ?Bookkeeping, Writing, Arithmetic and Languages. Day and evening. Ladies' department?Telegraphy taught practically with instru ments. Demand lor operators. ITOCCATION COMBINED WITH TRAVEL.?THERE J is being formed a party ol young gentlewomen to leave New York lor Europe Julv 2. under the guidance of a lady who has passed manv years in foreign countries, and who will conduct their studies in languages and other branches uf learning. Details in prospectus. Addresa TRAVELER, No. 99 West Twenty-sixth street, New York. WA.V'I'KD TO PURCHASE ?PAPER ROl'TE WANTED?IN NEW YORK OR . Brooklyn. Address, with full particulars, O. W. V., Herald office. DRi'O STORE WANTED?TO PURCHASE FOB cash ; a first class Drug Store doing good business and unexceptionable in all Its appointment*. Address an riiKMis, Herald office, giving location of s.ore, irrANTED?A SEC()ND HAND l< LA K h'fl 'CHL'SHER. Tf Apply to A, A. 8EALY, 183 Water street \17 ANTKD?AMBDII,M SIZE CENTRIFI'tl Ar,T'kYIN(i tt machine, worked by hsnd, with modUB taMtltlH SMBtfc. AftVrw \i,? fu a ffarrta rrth

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