Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 22, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 22, 1873 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. "" WHOLE NO. 13.42& ~~ NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1873.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE FOUR CENTS. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS?Ninth Page? Fourth, fifth and sixth col umns. ? _ .. , A8TROLOG Y?Twelfth Page? Fourth column. B1LLIAKMS? First Page?Sixth column. BOAHDKKS WANTED?Ninth Page? First and sccond BOA^'aND LODGING WANTKD?Ninth Face? Second cot unin. BROOKLYN BOARD?Ninth Page?Second column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE? Second Page? First column. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-SECOND Pace?Sixth col umn. BUSINESS NOTICES?Hevkntm Pack?Sixth column. CIGARS AND TOBACCO?Eighth Pack?Sixth column. CITY HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Second l'AGE-Flrst column. CLERKS and SALESMEN?Twelfth 1'auk?First col umn. CLOTH I Nil?Ninth Page?Tnlrd column. COACHMEN AND QAUDENl'jRS?Twelfth Page?First and second columns. COASTWISE steamships?Twelfth Pack?Fifth and sixth uolumuM. COPARTNERSHIPS?Eighth Page?Flith column. <X>UNTRY HOARD?Ninth Page?Second column. DKNTISTttY?Eighth Page?Hlxth column. DRY OOODB? Fikst Pauk?Sixth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, fuknished AND UNFURNISHED?'Twelfth Page?Third column. BUBOPEAN STEAMSIJ IPS?Twelfth PAciK-Fourth and flfth columns. BUROFE?Nintu Page?1Third column. BYES AND EARS?Eighth Pace?Sixth column. bxcuksions?TwKLmi Page?Sixth column. KIN ANC1AI/? Eighth Page? Fifth column. FOR SALIC?First Page?Fourth and tilth columns. BURNISHED ROOMS AND apartments TO LET? Twelfth Page?Fourth column. FURNITURE?Ninth Page? Fourth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Twelfth Pace?Third column. HELP WANTED?FEMALE8-EirrKNTn PACB-Slxth column. UKLP WANTKD?MALES?Twelfth Page?Second and third columus. HORSES. CARRIAGES, AC.?First PAGK-Sccond, third and fourth columns. HOTELS?Ninth Page?Second column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Second Page?'Third column. INSTRUCTION?First Page?Fifth column. JBBMBY CITY. HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BER GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-W?co?u Pauk? First column. LECTURE SEASON?NlNTn PAGE?Sixth col ml legal NOTICES?Fikst Page?Filth ruluw . loan OFFICES?First Paoh?Sixth niluius lost AND FOUND?First paue-Flr?t column machinery?First Page-FUUi column MARBLE mantels?NlNTn Page?Fourth column. MATRIMONIAL?Eighth Page?Sixth columu MEDICAL?Ninth Page?Fourth column. MISCELLANEOUS advertisements? Tenth Pace? Sixth column. MISCKLLANKOUB?Eighth Pace?Sixth column. MUSICAL? Ninth Page?Fifth columu. fersonal?First Page?First column. Pianofortes, organs, Ac.?Ninth Page?Fifth col umn. f08t OFFICE NOTICE?First Page?Fifth column. froposals?Ninth 1'agb?Third column. professional SITUATIONS WANTKD-FEMALES? Klktknth 1'age?Fifth and sixth columus. FBOPERTY OCT OF THE city FOR sale OR TO rent?Second Page?First, second and third col umns. real estate TO EXC1IANOE-8econd Page?Third column. bral estate WANTED?Second Page?Third column. BBI.IGIOUS notices?First Page?Sixth column. BEWARDS?Fie-st Page?First column. SALES AT auction?Second Page?Third, fourth, fifth and sixth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Eleventh Page? First, second, third, fourth and fifth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Eleventh I'agk?Sixth column, and Twelfth Page?First column. SPECIAL notices?First Pack?Second column. sporting?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?Fitui Page?Second column. BUBjiER RESORTS?Ninth Pace?Second and third columns. THE TRADES?Twelfth Paoe?Third column. THE TURF?First Page?Second column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Twelfth Pace? Third columu. TRAVELLERS' <1UIDE?Twelfth Pars?Sixth column. unfurnished ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twklfth Page? Fourth column. WANTED TO PURCHASE?Ninth Page?Fourth column. watches. JEWELRY, Ac ?Ninth Page?Third column. WKSTCHESTEK COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LF.T?Seconii Pack?First column. TACnTS. steamboats, Ac.-First 1'age?Sixth col umn. HK.RAI.l) BKAKCH tIFFICE-DPTOWll. J^DVERTIBEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD BBCEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, LTO BROADWAY AND 530 SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST- AND THIRTY-SECOND STREETS. advertisements ARE RECEIVED FROM 8A.H. TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL 9 P. *.), AT OFFICE RATES. newsdealers supplied WITH HERALD AT 5 O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. NO EXTRA CHARGES. PARIS AGEit'Y OP THE NEW YORK HERALD. ESS Its. KREMER A CO., american REGISTER, HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE HEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL EBS WITH COPIES OF THE IIEUALD, AND ALSO SINGLE numbers OF THIS PAPER TO PARTIES REQUIRING TIIEM. ?KKSOSAL. Amos costa?i feel very uneasy, and must come to hh undo sUtmlln?r. Please inlorm mc when I can M or write w JOB. Annie, from Christopher street-please appoint time when and where you will take your Ant French lesson. Address K. A., Herald Uptown Branch olllcc. h M n Any information concerning nelson clen ahan. who arrived from fceliast May In sieam ?hip Oceanic, will lie thankfully received ny his mother, ?tlrn ugM1!) third avenut'. attiis ELLIOT?LATELY from NEW ORLEANS, ?end address to a friend. V. E. thompj-ON, Herald Uptown Branch office. R. A., OR, AS SHOULD BE, MliS. A?l'LKASE winl address to ROMULUS, liox 1.13 Herald office. Madison avenue stage, io:so a. m? wkdnes day. from Grand Central depot to Wall street.?Kus da leather P. B desire your acquaintance. A little m>to ?will 1>* thankfully received by MIKKoR, Herald Uptown Branch office. NOTICE.?WANTING, THE daughters OF PAT rick Croniu or Cronan, who emigrated from Ma croom, Ireland, some tour or five yearn ago; two of them, it la believed, are married to soldiers. They will hear of something to their advantage on communicating with A. M. english. Solicitor, Tazewell Court House, Taze well county, '> a. ELLY BLY.?TO-DAY, AT 2>? P. M. YOU KNOW. JACK. P?DON'T FAIL TO SEE L. TO-day and COME ? curly this evening. F. WILL THE YOl.NO LADIES WHO RELIEVED A gentleman ol his whip on Friday evening last re turn it to New York Stables, Twenty-eighth street, be tween Madison and Firth avenues, or' state through Per lonals where he can call for it 1 F. W. T. I.(M AM. K?U M>. Lost?a gold-mounted rubber pen and pen eil Case. The tinder will lie rewarded by leaving the ?ame at No. 2 New Church street, corner Fulton street. I OUT-AT wyoming, OR ON THE CARS, 20TH J inst.an opera Glass. Finder rewarded by return ing It to lu.'i iteekman street. New York. IOST?A POCKET ENVELOPE, CONTAINING SMALL J sum of money, papers and photograph*. The finder is welcome to .he money It he will return the rest to 8. II. A., box 4.S74 New York Post office. LOST-MONDAY EVENING, AT CENTRAL PARK Gnrdcn or in Broadw,it car. a black and gold Fan, with Chain. The finder will oblige by returning same to 11. SCIIACS, 74'J Broadway. Lost?on zrrn, pocketbook, containing $si, one English gold piece, two silver plc< e*. The finder will foe liberally rewarded by returning the name to R. W. robinktt, 036 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. IOST-ON A SIXTH AVENUE CAR, GOLD WATCH J (William Ellerv maker, No. 122,6.17). Finder will re ceive $15 reward. No questions asked. Address OWNER, Herald office. Lost?in broadway stage, 21st inst., small lack leather Reticule, containing two bank hooks. 9100 in hills, letters and daguerreotype* the property of s widow. Finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving bag and contents with JOHN P. WILLIAMS, Grand Central Hotel. l>arh?r's shop. STOLKN?HORSE AND DOCTOR'S phakton, FROM Tenth street, near Broadway: dark hay horse, ?howy traveller, tdlnd in right eve. A suitable reward will be paid on hi* return or information given to ARCHI tectural IRON WORKS, Fourteenth street and ave nue C, New York. REWARD*. <fein REWARD ?LOST, ON SUNDAY, 1STH. A PAR SpiU rot. The above reward will lie paid hv returning It to the owner, PAUL CHKLsTKN.sON, JH New Bowery <felfk REWARD-LOST, TOP PART OF SARDONYX ?PI\J sleeve Button, with monogram "II. M. R." Re turn to SI2 We?t Fifty-fifth street, or to BYNNER A CO., Jeweller*. Broadway and spring. <fcin REWARD.-LOST, A SMALL BLUE AND TEL <P1'/ low skye Terrier Dog. Whoever will return him to -"9 East Thirty-first street will receive the above re ward and the thanks of the owner. Ar.fi REWARD-LOST, A BLACK AND TAN SLUT, on I he Bowery, between First and Houston street Return to No. 8 Fifth street. A suitable REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR THE return of the Watch, chain, Seal and Pin taken trom the subscriber late on Sunday night last, In saloon on Sixth avenue; watch haa name upon it (C M). The partv taking tliem f* known, but will lie honorably dealt with' II the property ?'? forthwith returned; if not. a prosecution will follow. WILLIAM J. GLENN, 37 Wall street. laulieev COUft, third floor. PARTIES WHO TOOK THE FURS AND PLATED ware, consisting of knive? and torks, from n house in Laurel Hill. N. J . on the night of May 12, will return aaine . a liberal rewanl will lie paul aud uy fVMtivu* flaked. AddrwM 3L.X. A- U6i?kl utU*uv.' 8pkciai> moticks. ftbrald BRANCH OFFICE. BROOKLYN, ? corner of Kulton avenue and Boerum street Open irom h A. M. to 9 P. M. ()u Sunday irom s to s i'. M. BARGAINS.? $20.(100 WORTH OP BOOTS, SHOES and Trunks selling off without regard to cost, at 33) Bowery, corner of Bond street: must bo sold before June 1; the building to be torn doww. W. D. BIGELOW A CO. D RESSMAKINQ. ECONOMY, PROMPTNESS^ AND PERFECT FIT. Messre. LORD A TAYLOR, to prove that RETRENCH MENT is possible, have so arranged their Dressmaking Department that ECONOMY in material and trimming g particularly studied in everv detail, and they an' now tarnishing Dresses at a MUCH 6E8S PRICK than the cost ol imported garments, while for STYLE, FIT and GENERAL MAKE up thev are every way equal to the linos! Parisian manufacture. The IMMENSE INCREASE of orders during the past month prevented our usual promptness, Uut now, with extended facilities and the COMPLETE reorganization of the department, we can safely GUARANTEE ALL ORDER" AT THE TIME AGREED, and as to FIT and PRICE defy competition. loftl) A TAYLOR. Broadway and Twentieth street E DIXON'S STEAM ICE CREAM manufactory, '2h# Bleeckcr st?Responsible parties can get the agency of jjixiju's celebrated loe Cream in neighboring cities ana tow ns. LECTION.?NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN election will be held at the office of the New York Bridge Company, No. 21 Water street. in the city of Brooklyn, on Monday, the 2d day ol June next, at 18 o'clock noon ol that day, tor fifteen directors of said comuanv, lor the then ensuing year, and for two inspec tors of election tor 187*. The transfer hooks will be closed from mav 3 to June 3,1*73. Dated May 2, l?73. - HENRY C. MURPtiY, President. O. P. quintaitn, Secretary. Havana and kentucky lotterie8.-prize8 cashed ; circulars sent tree. JOSEPH BATES A CO., 71 Broadway, New York, room 31, flrst floor. M FARES' EARKS' PARAGON SHIRTS, made to order and warranted to fit. Sent hv express, C. O. D., to any part of the country, at the following price's:? 6 shirts. Mason vine muslin and fine linen $12 03 (shirts, Wamsutta muslin and very tine lineu 13 M 0 shirts, New York Mills and best linen 10 00 Boys' Shirts ready made and to order. Fancy Shirtings in great variety. Directions for measurement sent ou application. RICHARD ME ARES Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Sixth avenue and Nineteenth street, New Yerk 0 0 Nose machine.-a contrivance, which Ap plied to the nose tor an hour daily, so directs the soft cartilage ot which the member consists that an ill-form ed nose is ouickly shaped to perfection. Bent bv pattern, poet, lor $i ALEXANDER ROSE. 248 High Holborn, Loudon. FF1CIAL DRAWTNG8 KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. eihtucxt?EXTRA CI .ASS HO. 339?* AT 21. 1873. 47, 8, 57, 48, 37. 28, 4. 74. 23, 2, 16, 68. kelttuckt?CLASS ho. 340?MAT 21. 1873. 1, 86, 34, 59 , 70. e7. 42, 51, 73, 39. 19, ii, 37. SIMMONS A CO., Managers. Covington, Ky. sbklbt COLLEGE?KXTK A CLASS HO. ho?HAT 21, 1873. 15, 6, 73, 40, 30, 62, .16, 38 m, 44, 6fi, 28, SHELHT collbcr?CLASS mo. 240?MAT 21, 1873. 24, 50, 58, 41. 7t>, 29, 53. 14, 54, 37. 61. 49. 12. BMITn A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. J. CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway. Post office box 4,969. FFICIAL drawin08 SOUTH CAROLINA LOTTERY lor Free School Fund?Perpetual. KXTKA CLASS 115?MAT 21, 1873. 5ft 75, 15, 28, 29. 74, 18, 64. 17. 52, 36, 30, CLASS 116??AT 21. 1873. 34, 77, ?9, 17, 42, 78, 27, 70. 64, 62, 55, 21. COLE A CO., Managers, New Yort Post office box 3,855. Charleston, s. C., May 21, 1873. OFFICE OF PACIFIC MAIL 8team8hip COMPANY, 59 and 61 Wall street. New York, May 14, 1873. TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL ELHCTION. Notice is hereby given that an election lor nine Direct ors of the Pacific Mall Steamship Company will be held at the company's office, S9 and 01 Wall street, on Wednes day, May in, lsts. betwoen the hours of 12 M. and 2 P. M. The transfer books will he closed, preparatory to said election, Monday. May 19, ut4p. M., and reopened Thurs day, may 29, at 10 A. M. By order of the Board. TllEOOobe T. JOHNSON, Secretary. Royal Havana lottery of cuba.-pros pectus for 1"73 now ready. Address GEORGE UP HAM, No.'J weybosset street. Providence, r I. OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. NEXT DRAWING MAY 24. German State Lotteries. Send for circulars. RITTER A CO., Post office box 3,836. 85 Nassau street room 4. SIMON CAMACnO, ABOUT returning tt) PERU, offers his services for the collection of claims and transaction ot any business which may be entrusted to him; special attention paid to patents of real value. Ap ply to him at 109 state street. Brooklyn, or at office of National Bank Note Company, No. 1 Wall street. The annual exhibition op the children op the Colored Orphan Asylum will he held at their in stitution, Boulevard and 143d street. May 22, 23 and 24, between the hours of 11 A. M. and 0 P. M. A small assortment of useful and fancy articles will he offered tor sale ; also refreshments. 1he Boulevard omnibus will leave for 143d street from the corner of Thirty-third street and Sixth avenue every hour The principal drawing of the 74th Brunswick Government Lottery, with 55,000 Tickets anil 23.UOO Prizes, will commence May 26 and end june 13. Highest prize 120 Prussian Thalers. Royal Havana lottery?Next; drawing. May 24. Royal Saxon Government Lottery. City of Hamlmrg Lottery. Prizes cashed aud information given. THODORE Z8CHOCH, 11c Nassau street : box 6,080 Post office. R To RETAIL clothing CLERKS and SALESMEN.? You are earnestly requested to attend a meeting, to be held at room 24, Cooper Institute, ou Thursday evening, May 22, at 8 o'clock. <S>Z.U(l cqo is DRAWN DAILY in the LEGAL Ized Kentucky Lottery. Royal Ha vana and Kentucky circulars tree. 12^c. commission allowed. Address HALEY A CO. (office established 30 years), 174 Broadway. KIHIRTIXG?DOU8. BIROS, ?M . A?FOR SALE, ALL, KINDS OK FANCY DOGS, ? Birds, Ac.; Medicines for ill diwawi; Prepared Food, for mocking bints. At B. G. DOVEY'S, No. S Greene street, MM OmuM. Fok sale?a genuine dougall lock fast Gun; ID bore: made to order. Turf, Field and Farm office, 37 Park row. THE TURF, Ci RAND TROTTING MEETING FOR THE~ BENEFIT I ot the 'I miners' and Drivers' Protective Association, at Dcerloot Park (formerly Hall's Track), Coney Island road, on Mouduy and Tuesday, May 26 und Si, at 1!.' o'clock P. M. MONDAY. MAY 26?CLASS 1. James K. Polk. Fred, New Berlin Girl, Black Prince, Fanny Fern, Contraband, Lady Backus, Coroner K., Manhattan, Constitution. SAME DAY?CLASS 2. Sensation, Young Bruno, Ed White, Lydia Thompson, Grace Bertram. Cattle Boy. TUESDAY. MAY 27?CLASS 3. American Clipper, Penobscot Chiet, Kockct, Geo. A. Weed. Belle of Orange, Washburn Maid. Butterfly, Mum, Topsev, Mis* Miller, White Heel*, Chestnut Gelding. SAME DAY-CLASS 4?Saddle Race. Geo. W. Patterson, .lames K. Polk, Dresden, Bolly Lewis, Brown Kitty, Coroner K.. Mvstlc. SAME DAV?CLASS 6. Butter Hall, Blossom. Billy Morton, Veneer, Jack Draper, Alice Brown, Sam Hunting. JAMES D. McMANN, President. Disin Mack, Treasurer. I)ROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.?A special premium ol $2,500 is hereby offered for b. m. Quelle ami ch p. Judge Fullerton, to be trotted Friday, May 30; acceptance to be declared at Chaml* rliiin's, 1,146 Broadway. New York, Thursday, May 22, at 9 o'clock P. M. The race to be mil"' heats, best three in five, in har ness, and will lie governed by the rules of the National Association for the Promotion of the Interests ot the American Trotting Turf. Incpseof postponement on ac count ot bad weather, it shall be the next good dav and track, omitting Sunday. Any driver substituted for an other, as authorized by rule 'Ift, will be paid $30 for sueh service. GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. TRmTTINO AT FLEETWOOD PARK-uV WEDNES day. Mav 2H, at S P. M Parse $2,000; SI,200 to first, $&00 to second and $300 to third. Mile ncaU, best 3 lu ft. in harness. AMeti Goldsmith enters b. m. Huntress. P. Manee enters b. s. William II. Allen. W. H. Crawford enters b. g. John W. Conley (formerly Bcppo). WILLIAM II VAN COTT, Superintendent THOTTING AT PLEETWOOD PARK, ON THURSDAY, May ?1. at 3 P. M.?Mile heats, best S In (1, in harness; purse $100. lor horses that have never trotted better than three minutes; $00 to tlrst $30 to second and $10 to tliird. John Murphv entersblk. m. Molly. William h. weeks enters g. g. Grand Central. J. Pauling enters blk. m. Lady Knox. Benjamin Wilson enters h. m. Lotile. WILLIAM II. VAN COTT, Superintendent HORSEH, ( ARRIAOES <tc. ^ THE "BREWSTER WAGON," A. in all weights, for pleasure driving or speeding, ?. , . , . exquisitely finished. ana embracing in Uicir construction the various improvp thcni* in c ^ during the pant 14 years, making . J"10 standard for Qnalltr throughout the United states. These wagons are exclusively the prodnctlon of onr well-known Broome street factory, and nre offered In stock In all respects equal in qualify to those hnilt to the order of the most valued customer, and at nrirej uniform to alL ' ^ In onler that we mav not l>e confounded with a lolnt Stock company of carriage dealers who have adopted a firm name similar to our own, and Impudently claim the reputation we have made for the "Brewster Wagon " we beg the public will remember that our ouly wareroonu are at the corner of * Hfth avenue and Fourteenth street and our only Factory on Mroouic street BREWSTER * co., __ of Broome street AT LOWER PRICKS THAN EVER JfFORE OF fcred, our Immense stock of Carriages, comprising every seasonable style of family Carriages and light W?g. ons.' new and second hand ; several slightly damaged; great bargain". MANUFACTURERS' UNION, ? Broadway. A PAIR OK BEAUTIFUL BLACK PONIES, WITH i'liaeton and Harness, all complete; the ponies are very gentle in harness, nnd under the saddle they have a very easy gait, anil are large enough tor it ladv to ride. Call onur uudiub I. i'. JiLiJiiAUk, 75 .Nansau.strcet, New York. ^JORSES, CARRIAGES, <fcC. J^ -BREWSTER, OF TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. A. Ware room*. Filth avenue, corner Twenty-seventh street Sole makers of BREWSTER WAOON8 with the VERTICAL STEEEL PLATEN. The maximum ?t strength, the minimum ui weight, ob viatlitK ull tureutl (it the sue, a prevailing source ot an noyance to utose uaiag roail wagons. To attain the highest speed u wagon should follow the horse in a direct lino, This can only be accomplished by the wheels running plumb; any inclination in tho axle to spread destroys the plumb ot tne spoke and (fives a lateral moGou to the wheel, causing it to push out sideways. Tins lateral movement greatly increases the iriction to tic overcome by the horte, with a consequent waste ot power, thus detracting irom his speed in direct proportion to the spread ot the axle. With our Vertical Steel Plates we have benn enabled to build wagons of the lightest weight, running so :ilisolutely true that wc have yet to hear the tirstcomplaint troni our patrons. See certificate irom General McClellan:? Nkw Vuiia, June 1,1871. Okntlkmhn I have carefully examined your Patent Vertical Steel Plate Axle. 1 flitd tlmt Hie addition of Hie Vertical Plate renders the axlr ?l?>ul two and u half (2k) times us slid as it wonld lie without It. Very respectfully, george B. McCLELLAN. A. -CARRIAGES AND HARNESS. Zero prlctt. A splendid assortment of reliable Ton and No-top Wagons, Pony and Park Phaetons, Uockuw.-ivn, Road, Depot and nusim^s Wagons, offered at a great bacrihce for cash to recover Advances and stornue, at our new ami spacious ware rooms. No. b Cortlamltstreet, near Broadway. Maximum nf elegance and durability, with minimum of prices. This will be the greatest cliancc ol tlie season, aa we shall be obliged to raice our prices after Jnne 1. arch. JOHN.- TON, No. SCorllundt Street. Auction uodse of arch. johnston (lute Johnston A Van Tusstll), OFFICE AND SALESROOM. OLD STAND, 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post nfflco. THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OF THE HOUSE IS REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES, 19. 21, 23 and 25 EAST THIRTEENTH street, between Fifth avenue and University place. The business will bo conducted on precisely the same strict and honorable principles which have always char acterized the dealings ot our house anil won the respect and confidence of the business community, as well as the public at large. REGULAR SALE8 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY THROUGHOUT THE YKAR. Entries for sale may be made, us usual, either at our downtown house, 37 .Nassau street, or at the mart, til, 21, 23 and 2fi Hast Thirteenth street. LIBERAL ADVANCES. AS USUAL, MADE ON CON SIGNMENT& _ AT THE nORSE AND carriage AUCTION mart of WILLIAM VAN TAS8ELL (SUCCESSOR TO JOHNSTON k VA? TASSELL), at the old stand, 110, 112 and 114 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue, REGULAR SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES WILL BE HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, at 12 o'clock. GENTLEMEN WISHING TO purchase, OR THOSE having Horses or Carriages to sell, will find this house perfectly reliable, as this business will be conducted on the same straightforward principles which have gov erned it in the past We give the purchaser of every horse that is warranted sound from 24 to 48 hours for trial. Horses and Carriages always on hand at private sale. LIBERAL^advances M A 111-, ON CONSIGNMENTS. A LARGE assortment OF NEW AND SECOND hand Carriage*, Family Rocknways, Top and Open Buggies, Pony Phaetons, Grocers' and Business Wagons, at greatly reduced prices. 141 West Broadway, near Canal afreet. A FEW fullhlooded ALDERNEY AND AYR shlre Cows for'sale, very cheap: also, one Imported Ayrshire Bull. Inquire of WILLI AM WATBON, Frank lin street. A BRIGHT BAY MARE, 15 HANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS old', warranted in every way; trots almost in three minutes; price $3-6. Apply at IIoW LET'S groccry store, Twenty fifth street and Seventh avenue. An elkgant two-seated, patent axi.e, almost new Carriage tor sale?Can be used either with one or two horses; the owner having no use for it would sell cheap. Apply at 381 West Fifty-sixth street. ALDERNEY BULL?TWO YEARS OLD, FOR SALE. Apply to JOHN ALLEN, llisliwond, Weeiiawken, N. J. Post office address Union Hill, Hudson county, N. J. A BAY MARE?SIX YEARS OLD, l!i>i HANDS, fine stvle and actl?n; good stock; trots In 3 minutes; desirable for road or business; warranted sound and kind. Apply to J. BONN KAU. 17C Centre street, up siairs. T private SALE?75 TOP BUGGIES; ALSO BA . rouche, Kockaways, Victorias, Phaetons, latest Stylos: cheapest in city. NEW YORK SALES AND STORAC.E REPOSITORY, FOURTH AVENUE. CORNER TWENTY-FIFTH ST. A1 A A STYLISH CHESTNUT COUPE HORSE, 15V HANDS, long id an c and tall, 8 years; sound, kind and gen tle ; high stepper; afraid of Bulbing. 337 Newark avenue. JOS. WKLWOOD. A COUPE, BAROUCng, PONY PHAETON, WITH servant's seat; Depot Wagon, Top Buggy, second band, at bargains, to make room HAM, Broadway and Fourth street A LOT OF HORSES FROM THE COUNTRY, FIT (or all kinds of business; one splended team of sor rel Horses, young and sound. Inquire at Ml Canal street A TEAM OF PONIES. FURNITURE TRUCK AND Harness lor sale?Cheap. Inquire at the stand, Thir teenth street and Eighth avenue. JOHN MEEUAN. -FOR kale, ForR BOBOh ONE VERY HAND some coupe Horse, very stylish :?nd fast; also three roail or business Horses; these horse.-* are young, the property of a widow lady; two of these have been ridden by a lady. Apply at 45 Gr<at Jones street AN OPEN WAGON. $25; DO., $35; GIG. $40; ONE TWO sent Phaeton, $75: open Phaeton. $l<tt; do., $ll(?; do., $125; top Phaetons from $Hli) to $a*I; harness of all grades from $15 up, at 1,430 BJoadway, neur Forty-first street. A NICE TURNOUT?HANDSOME, SOUND MARE, Harness, top Buggy, in good order; suitable lor lailv or family use; sold scyarate if desired. Apply at 27 West Twenty-slxtn street A HANDSOME lfi HAND BAY TEAM : ROUND, KIND, fi and 7 years old ; drive single: one an elegant sad dler^aold separata. To be seen at 161 East Thirty-second street. A GRAY MARE FOR SALE?7 YEARS OLD. VERY handsome and kind ; it lady can drive her anvwhere; not afraid of locomotive or anything else; can trot in 2:4(1; price $1,000. Inquire at BltltiOS' stables, Thirty seventh street between Seventh avenue and Broadway. AN SLMMJfT landaulet FOR SALE?BUILT TO order; will be sold low. 223 West Fortieth street BREWSTER, OF BROOM STREET.-WAGONM FOR hale; one light T Curt l'hauton, almost new ; also one full spring light top Trotting Wagon. pole and shafts, In first class order- also a good Coupe, built by Luwrence. Inquire nt 2fl Lafayette place. BARUAINS IN DEPOT WAUONS, Pony Phaeton^ Cabriolets, Buggies Rockaways. RTAATS BELL, No. 7 Washington piacc, rear New York Hotel. CARRIAGES?SLIGHTLY DAMAGED; ORKAT BAR J gains: new and second hand Carriages, every do script ion; low prices. We offer great inducements, and Invite purchasers to call and examine. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 63? Broadway. J FINEST BLACK MARE IN THE CITY; NO WHITE; lii hands. 7 years old; sound and kind . extra stylish driver In all harness: good traveller; long, flowing tuane and tail; price $750; just from the country ; also some fine bays; lower price. At 103 and 105 West Thirty-seventh st For salf-a curtain coach, in perfect order, built bv Brewster, of Broome street Apply at private stable, 14o and 148 West Thlrtv-flrst street For rale-horse, harness, wagon and mii.k Route ; 240 quarts per day. Call at 23 Canal street. II<OR SALE-TWO THOR< lUGHBRED IMPORTED 1 English Saddle Horsos. Will be sold singly or a? a team. Apply to TIERNAN, Coachman, Windsor stables, 105 West Forty ninth street, from 9 to 12 A. M. IpoR SALE?A BRIGHT BAY TEAM. 16 HANDS S ' and Hyears, the handsomest in tho city; sound and kind in every way; used tiy the present owner two years. Also one two-seat Phaeton and two sets of double Har ness. Inquire at No. 3 East Twenty-fifth street F^OR RALE?AN ELEGANT DARK BROWN HORSE, 1BJ? hands high, ft years old; sound and kind; can trot inside ot It minutes, and can be driven either single or double. Also a Duseubury A Van Dost top and no top side bar Road Wagon, und a good set of Harness by Dunscombe. Will l?: sold either together or sepuratdy. Inquire at 132 West Thirty first street ______ IilOR SALE?A FINE SORRLL MAKE, SF.YEN YEARS old. about 16 hands high, sound and kind; suitable for gentleman's coupc. Apply at 26 Grove st, New Yoflt, II*OR RALE-LOT of NICE PONY BUILT HORSES, just arrived irom Indiana; can be teen at the liquor ?tore 305 Monroe street. New York city. For sale-a bay mare, s? years old, is hands-, guaranteed sound, kind and gentle. Hasket Pony Phaeton (rumble and uintirellau made by Flandreau; used about one year. Single llurness; all first class and in pertei t order. Also four-seat Coupe Roc kawav. plat ferm springs; also C' spring Phaeton. Address C.R., box 1,929 Post office. ItOR SALE?A SIDE BAR~ HALF-SPRING ROAD Wagon : also a full spring roail Wagon, cheap. Ad dress E. II. K^boxjlft Herald ofHce, or liy East 12?th st. FOR SALE?A rOUR SEAT ROCK a way, BUT LIT tie used ; as good as new. 14 and 16 Vesey street, basement For sale?a very handsome pair of fancy matched Trotting Ponies, weight 1.700pound*; are warranted sound ana kind and free trom all tricks; can trot in 2/IS and have never been beaten bv a nv pair of horses on the road, but are witliai so gentle thatthev can be driven by ladles or cnildrcn; one is 6 ana the othe'r 8; Just the team for Newport or Saratoga: sold for no fault For particulars address Dr. JAMEs W. BAKTLETT, Hotel Pelliam, Boston, Muss. IJIOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL BAY MAKE, 15 HANDS, H years old ; sound as a silver dollar; can trot In 2:30; kind and gentle; can be driven at full speoil by a lady. she is taintless; sold only tor want of time to use her. United States Rtables, l? Bast Thirty-second street IjV>R MALE?A GRAY AND A BAY HoRSB; HAVE -T been driven together, but will go single or double. The owner having no further use tor them will dlspoM of them at a low figure. Inquire at Fifth avenue stabifes, comer East Forty-fourth street For sale-a team of well-mated gray Horses, about 16 hands, 7 years old, warranted sound, gentle and kind; will drive single or double, can trot well, and will he sold cheap to a gentleman requiring such; nouc cau suit bi tter. Call at JOB and 408 Sevanth avtuue, 21100. LVMV# A W, HOKSK&, CAUKIAUKS, *C. TOO! PALE?A HANDSOME BAY FAMILY OR COUPE r Horse, round and in good condition; very stylish. Inquire (or William, coachman, or Mr. Teany, at Teany a livery stables, :i9 West horty lourth street FOK SALE-A PAIR OK BLACK HORSES, RI8INO 7 years old well matched; good stepper*; tree and ?lcasant driver*. Can be seen at llklilGS' slab leu, 143 fust Thirty-seventh street, near Broadway. FOR HALE?A PAIR OF kink CABRIAGB HORSES; bright bays, U)( hands high. 7 and H years old ; true and kilid ia single ami double harness anil perleetlv sound. Can be wen ut ELUERD'S stables, No. 4 Woat Korly-flfth street, from 8 to lu o'clock A. M. and 4 to 7 P. M. Inquire for Mr. Townsend's horses. For sale?two teams and trucks, kor want of use, or would let tlieni ou steady work by the week or mouth. Inquire at 347 West Thirty-sixth street. ffOK SALE-A HOUSE, TRUCK AND HARNESS; ? ' horse seven years old, 16 hands, warranted sound and kind; also black Mire, with loal, seven years; must sell; want money. 332 Hudson street. For sale-a second hand coach in good order; alio net coaeh Harness, made by Graham, and ? Tup Buggy, made bv Miner A Steven's, nearly new. Apply at 136 East Thirteenth street. I?OR SA1,E-A BEAUTIFUL BLACK mare, 7 YEARS r old, 16 hands hith; siviisli and tree driver; war ranted In every respect except little sore in both feet; $(iA. 77 New < hamln rs street {^OR rale?three pony BUILT HORSES, l?t? AND 16>? hands; fit lor nay work; sold only lor want of use ; price* $<6, $'J6 aud SliO. lni|uire at 136 l'erry street, Iront stable. J^OR sale?VALUABLE team BAY ANII BROWN coach or carriage Horses, li>K bunds; stylish, fast driver*; bay a lust trotter. Stable* 123 West i'wenUetti street. FOR BALE?ONE VICTORIA, BUILT BY BREWSTER & Co., Broome street; useil one season, ( an be seen at Cunningham A Co.'* Livery and Hoarding Stables lit) and 1-1 West Korty-ttHh street CUNNINGHAM A < ?>. IjlOBSALE?ONE DOUBLB AND ONE SINGLE HORBE Express Wagon, one two-seated pleasure or busine** Wngon, oue double-seat, light Harness, one business Horse, Found and kind, years old. and Irots in S:9H. In quire at 86a West Thirtieth street. C. W. LACY. For sale-a splendid black house, 6 years old. 16 hands high ; warranted fine in double or sin gle harness, suitable lor anv kind ol business; sold for want ot use. Apply at 413 Washington street. IflOR SALE?A GODDABD BUciOY, MAILT NEW; large, roomy and of superior build and Qutsh. No. 3 East 1 wenty-eighth street. If OR SALE, CHEAP-HORSE. BRICK CART, 1IAB nessand single Truck. Inquire at 5IK West Forty third street IflOR SALE CHEAP-A TOP BUOOY WAGON : BEST city make ; in good order. Inquire at 3H7 Hudson st. IfOR SALE CHEAP-A L1UHT TOP WAGON, STI 1 vers' holld; been in use hut a short time. Apply to F. BONNEAU, Jr., 176 Centre street, up stair*. FOR SALE OR FXCIIANOE FOR LESS YALUE? Pair rich bay colored, close mated, Kentucky bred enrringe Horse*, Ml hand*, 7 years smooth made, rangy, with Ions arched necks, heavy manes, and tail* drag the ground; liigh knee action, splendid style and action, fear nothing, and tor stylo and beauty tnoy cannot be ex celled ; also pair lilark, rinse mated carriage llorwu, 16 hand*. 6 years, rangy, with arched necks, heavy mane* and tails to the ground; splendid style; all warranted round and kind, without fault or blemish. Address GEO. D. LEI1N, Haston, 1'a. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-FOB A BREWSTER OR other first class Buggy, a new and every way com plete doctor's Buggy. Address box 241 Post ofllec, Rah way, N. J. GOOD PASTURAGE KOR HORSES AT $7 PER month or fcU lor the s"ason ; never fulling supply of water. Applv to WiLLI AM J. BEST A CO., 448 liroouie street. New York. /I HEAT BARGAINS.-IN CONSEQUENCE OF RE \JT building part of our premises, we offer our entire stock seasonable styles new and second liund Carriages at greatly reduced prices. MANUFACTURERS* UNION, 63S Broadway. Harni-.ss, saddles, horse clothing, car riagc Robes Lap Ousters, Klv Nets, aud a lurge variety ot Saddlery Goods alwuvs ou hand. t. B. SMITH A CO.. 40 War-on street, New York. HARNESS.?THE cheapest HARNESS STORE IN New York.?A good double truck Harness, $30; a Simd buggy Harness, hand made. $17; u good stable lanket. $2 50. Will sell cheaper than ever on acoonnt of moving on or before June 1. Please call and examine for yourselves. ElSllER A OSBORNE, 43 Murray st. Having a large assortment ok carriages of my own manufacture, I propose selling them at greatly reduces! prices. IKAAC lockwood, l,aailllrd avenue, OttTWU l-*7th street, PAIR CARRIAOK BAY HOUSES-FAST TRAVEI. ler*. gentle and kind ; drive well In single or double harness; bo fear of locomotives; warranted sound; also K>ur-seaf<i I'ark Phaeton, one set doable Harness, one single huggy Harness almost new ; will lie sold separately if desired; the property of a gentleman leaving for Europe; terms niodrratr. Apply, from 0 to 10 A. M., to K., box 119 New York Hotel, and can be seen at stables 215 West Korty-flrst street. PAIR gray HORSES, If HANDS. DOO CART AND Harne**.?Will be solil for $1,0*1. A great bargain for any one in need of such a turnout. Apply at 1IU Front street. RfiADOR PA ItK TEAM FOIJ SALE-BAY AND CIIEST nut; 15 haB'ls; warranted in everv way; 6aiul7 years; will be sold separate or together, at 1M Jane st QOfQLB TRUCK FOR SALE?AT A SACRIFICE; u also a good Horse for slow work; mnst be sold. Corner ot Twenty-eighth street and Eighth avenue,. CTYLE AND SPEED. O For sale, a brown norse, R years old, 15^ hands, long nnine and tail; will show 2M, single or double; warranted perlcct Apply at stable 66 Kirst street. QECOND HAND carriages.?EXTENSION TOP Phaeton, Basket Pony, Depot Wagon, three light Bockawavv, Dog Cart, Top and open Buggies; several sllghUv shop worn Carriages, barpnins. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 63? Broadway. TXriLLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER V\ Bv virtue ot a chattel mortgage I will sell on Fri day, 2Sd'inst., at 10 o'clock A. M.,at.V)Ncw Bowery, four Horses, one Curtain Coach ami Harness, WILLIAM ABBOTT, Jr., Attoniey for Mortgagee. TIT" ANTED?TO purchase, HORSE AND CAR Yt rlage (shifting top) for family driving; carriago must be good as new; eityinake; horse must be sound, kind, and perfectly gentle tor ladieaor children to handle, rldu or drive; trial requircil; will bay separata; price about $300 cash. Address with fUll description aud price, FAMILY OKI VINO, Herald office. fir ANTED IMMEDIATELY?1TO BUY OR TO IIIRV. A W a fMtod Mare. Apply at 247 West Twenty-third st. IirANTED? A GOOD COUPE, HORSE and HAR Vt ness. for hacking purposes, tor which a liberal price will be given Call at 40 Mott street. UT"ANTED?A phaeton. ADDRESS. GIVING FULL W particulars and lowest price, L. D. II., box 4,yy5 Post ofllce. ILANDAI'LRT, 1 COl'PB, BY WOODS MltOS.; 1 SIX "cat Phaeton, 2 extension top Phaetons, 50 top and open Pony Pnaetons, all biases: 20 top and open Roail wagons, by Dusenhury A Van Duser, Brewster. Stivers Ac.; 2track Sulkies; Roekawavs, new and second hand; 1 Waunr.ette, holds H persons; I six cent Germantown, I Victoria, I I'oupc Rockawav, 1 Coach and 1 Clarence, Express Wagon*, smttlo and dotihlc Harriet, Sheets, Whip-. Ac. WM. H. (iRAV, 20 and 22 Wooster street - (,<k>1) WORK Hok-ks kok SALBt A1410 one KIT ?) tor a doctor or light work, at KM and 1W0 Elizabeth st. BARE, 6 VEAHH, 1(1 HANDS; BAY Horse, 7 vcars, Ifi hands, $150; make a pood team : stylish; sound, kin 1, or money returned. 216 West Thirtv-first street. KOK SA I.; . ? BARE CHANCE KOK A BOTCHES.?MARKET J\ tor sale or to he leased, very cheap; It Includes butcher's shop, vegetable, fish and truit. stand, on the best part ol Eighth avenue. Apply to ISAAC BIA' MKNTHAL, in slaughter house, corner Korty-fourth street and rirsta venue. AVIU. ESTABLISH ED BOOT AND SHOB STORK . for sale?Excellent business location. grpat thorough fare ; splendid chance to make money; purgaiu. l'articu lars 26 Chambers street (?KOiiGE W. sr.MKRS' Store Agency. i FIRST CLASS BAKERY FOR SALE-GROCERIES, J\ Liquor, Confer tlonerv Store*. Oyster. Chop House*, RcstaiirautM. Hotel*, Dining Saloons, great bargain*. Particulars 25 Chambers street _ _ (*1:oKUK w- S1MERS' Store Agency. A FIRST CLASS CIGAR STORE IN BROOKLYN, near the City Hall, doing a good business, but must |,e sold before the 1st of June. Apply to THOS. GAFF NEY. Auctioneer. No. 0 Centre street A FIRST CLASS OYSTER AND DINING SALOON ON one of the principal avenues, near a railroad depot for sale; doing a good business, tint must be sold Imme diately. Apply to THUS. UAFFNEY, Auctioneer, No. 6 Centre street A RARE CHANCE.?FOR SALE A LIQUOR STORE, near the docks, doing a splendid business; the pro prietor goine to California. For Information rail, tor one week, at corner of Second and FitUi streets, Williams burg, L. I. A -FOR SALE, CORNKR LIQUOR STORKS, BEST . busine-s locations; also downtown Rest lurants, La<?er Beer saloons, Hotels, Restaurant* and lAslging Houses, downtown Lunch Rooms. MITCHELL'S store Agency. 77 Cedar street. -BAKERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, ICE t !{I A . Saloons. Stationery Stores, corner Drug Stores, splendid Busiueas Corner*, on Sixth avenue, (or sale at low prices. MIT" HELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar sL A BARBER SHOP FOR SALE AT LOW PRICE-ALSO ati old established Pawnbrokerace Business, Country Restaurant* ; Liquor Stores and Restaurants to lii MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street \ RARE OPPORTUNITY.-FOB SALB, STOCK AND iV Fixtures of one of the oldest, best established and well known wine and liquor importing and iobhing bouses iu New York Address A. B.,hox 121 Herald otllce. A FIRST CLASS GROCERY STOBB -WILL storked and in a good neighborhood. Inquire of S. 8. CHAM BERLIN, 815 Greenwich street. t MANUFACTURING BI SINESS Foil RALB-BBYBB iV \ear* established on same premise-: full lnve*ttga tion;'terms easy; safe investment, call on BRAZEAN BROS., 2U7 Seventh avenue. ? -MORTGAGE HALE?SPLENDID DRY GOODS J\t Store. One buslnsss, low rent.. (nr sale uneasy pay menu, raft chance lor parties with small < apital MAX BA YE Its I lO It F h R A HACKER, AUoriitvs tor Muiixjuici, M #v\vtry? for 8ALR. A gaocHBT on best nutror block tor k*i?U?,ii?Tent neighborhood; n? other on Snail means e"Pi <>pe?lng for man with ~ l me,M- LLu Y D. 29 Hr, .a<l way. A ?everulothJri",|i.k?R HiAI'P ITS VALUE?ALSO Boot.ua uw0ry' KINNK1< * Dh*. ?>. ?? Wet Thirty first street. A N OLD established Job I'ltlNTINO OFFICE rhr^lttTaiTlf'JSSa??.' ?ity ; loperation 40 J'i U_i " " " ?pplled lor ill once ruriteiiinrii "n < ham hers street, iJhtWtOK W. SIMER's store Ag "m-y 1>AKI>KY FOR SAI.K.-l?OIN(i A I'ROSl'KKOI's weSss *avkAwii.hiM,K- r?.r ??on rn.ivi.r, a BALDWIN, so I'rout street, New York. /^ROCKERY CLASSWAKE, LAMl* AN1? V A It IK |Y or ,olestock: rent $40, with apartments Ureat bargain* st'"iu>{ A,'ply at ,'iU Third avenue.' F)RF? STORE FOR salk?IN brooklyn, OWINU >.v?,..?ki<wIU c affliction; tills business is lon^ and Jvi" bc *"ui ttt * bargain. ? 1MCKLAND 8 Onggliii1 Agency, 78 Cedar street. V?* SA EE?A RESTAURANT. wink AND LAOBB i,? nloon' Wl'h 11 I'irKO hull on the same tloor; mlfn&JiJJli "" thl> whole bouse; cheap; suitable lor Spring street0,1 aUt' 'oc?,i(,n. Inquire at 129 F?!i ti\LBrA. K,.U'ST CLASS OROCKRY STORE, of s r ?iuuu,*Fi' aK'""1 neighborhood. Inquire 01 b. HI t II amheIt I.IN, SBGreenwich tUnti. FIRST CLASS corner OROCEltY, K'M'd cas,> business; no humbug; Stock, Klx rent i, i2 ?U"W tt fortune lor a live man; Innuin. ,Vvy,u^PSJrJl!?,,t '? w1th "Partmenw to live m. W.lhlunstfu^.8- 'Ow^ND * ?ON, 191 Fourth street, F?H..^'.:K-T,,K OIjD ESTABLISHED ATI1EN.EUM Broofcfvifu,". :uorl,ori?f A,la"fl? Clinton street?, rrooKiyu. Inquire on the premise*. F?weSn M,CHLr FITTED UP DRUG STORE. FU? reams .1"" V 0-4 PKCTIONERY AND ICE the cltviowr'ntar!! n !}', 5" Ihc bc,s.t neighborhoods In lies* Address K n! J?\ i^i ''?m': ?"J1'1 "" a?count of sick .re*? K-> Herald Uptown Branch oillcc. MILK DAIRY AKDM7H0B reasons Z ","J L"?OR _ HALE?A PINK FAMILY AND WHOLESALE in tbb near the i?\Jery; 8?oZ?!c^ Ken"' K'WWif">?" can make a torUne ina.bo" tlrnt THOM AS T.YNCHA'o!'Pe6 TOomp!^lJ?et i'"1U'r? ?f street* avenue, between 129th and 130Ui For sale-an old established stovk, house l-nrnitklug, Plumbing and Has Fitting Slushies* with or without Stock ; Hliort distance from ttie city ? now dolnx a businew of over $40,0)0 per veir; cm be li^ unlimited extont. Apply to J. D. URA 11AM, 211'urk row, room 50. F0r?f1nLR~A M,LK ROlTTK. SELLINO 120 QUARTS retail owner cannot attend to it; prico $?i0 caab mn Second avenue, bakery. " caan. "L^or bale?a oood liquor store, with two nir.mrh OI,iSj ?" ,lcc,,u,,t other btuineas; rent only $22 a month. Address..r apply at m Kaat Sixteenth utieet. F?g s*y?A.,nine year lease on house <w KasI Twolltli street, three doom from Broadway yAMrsl^KVTR.h!)r?^d.v2r&ttbovc-Ai,,,iy li F0?nd8ANe?~VN,kOI?P ESTABLISHED brooklyn 1 and New York Express Husuics*; two Horses otneo ' Address EXl'KESS, box 118 llcraltl "LKtlt SALE-AN OLD-ESTABLISH HP CONKIiCTION. I cry and lee ( ream Saloon, with everything for manti htri'rt ' " yt'uni <"l?bli8hed. Apply at 254 Uleecker F?StJ.Ah?z,\ ?0UNTRY book" AND MUSIC 1 ou>re , (food busincKs; greut htrifiinfl ? i)rir><> ihu)*a $H,UW. Address KOUK s, llerald otlloe. *''UUl,to LKlK SALK-TIIK NICEST TKA STORK ON NKWARK . ?vciiii6, J^rNy City, witli u complete new Stock and Fixture : will i>c gold low to a canh customer ; nails Post oSiM!4f0'" "B Adur,,a" TKA. City F?* 8A'J,r* PROMINENT CORNER LIQUOR oventte0' o * BOud k"*"'***- Squire at 1,451 Third L"*OR SALE-IN THE EIUUTII WARD, A first 1 class Wine and Linunr Store; tiest of reasons tor restaurant "Ulre ul 60 U ttrre" "o.n 12 ^ S, in For rale-at a reasonable figure, a hard. ware, House tarnishing and Stove Store, with lias*-. Appn|Vafl^T?,Tnn,erve,!l;?g t'OR SALE?A FIRST CLASS restaurant- . KV ? i, "k 1 ? }'FirL,rou) to $12,(W0. Address & 0., box 168 Herald offlce. T^OR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST TKA AND OHO. A eerv stores on principal stroet of Brooklyn; a rare teA*felyn, rii: A"plr ? 4M l^OR SALE?THE tlLD ESTABUSHED HOUSE FI R. . nV.hl"? nn,) ' rookery Warcrooins, 723 sixth avenue ? st<;rc iJxlOJ; would exefianue for good Improved citv property Apply on premises. ~ l^OR RALE CHEAP?A CARRIAUE BOLT MANL'FAC I tory in citv ol Warren, Ohio; inactiiuery tlrst class and in g.H.d order; capacity, li.Ouu u.lu. po? ,|" KoT terms nddrern ALEX. OllAriAM, Niles, rruiiibull Co., O. tpOR SALE, CHEAP- complete SET OK FOUNDRY HO Cannon str," t ^ W?rUDli "raer ^ TIAIR STORE FOR KALE-ON SIXTH AVEME r r. iu<'ar theatre: old stand; splendid trade: i} I J1?* *?" nr?r""lt sickness. Address CLINTON* Herald Uptown Branch office. ?? wn, TCEIIOl'SES FOR SALE CHEAP-FOR LAOER HEER 1 butcbers.hotels, Ac.. Ac. WILLIAM HILL TMrty-mth street, corner Eleventh avenue! TEV <1 t EWELRY STORE FOR SALE-STOCK AND FIX tures about $2HU. Inquire at fia? Sixth avenue. Hake chance for fortune.?uotelat rah waj- Port tor sale ; only $M? reqnired. containing 12 rooms; iortner owner's averuge sales for er ah.m ioo gallons per week ; licensed. Address, for five davs i? <ikt nfta e box L4 New ltruaswick. N. J. ' SAJirS LA Ron ASStlRTMENT OF second HAND ? a,fes. ol all stvles and sizes, lor sale cheap. Cn|| a,?i examine, at AMEKICAA STEAM SAFE CO.. 3U<) Broadway. 4jAii;s?roi'R 8K001ID hank safes laimje h . k"'." v"!"1 Jewellers' and one floor " ' very cll<iap ,or ca!,h- n Maid"1" lane, p.?t M Ail II \ Kill . * MRS' PORTABLE ENGINES. S T(t 40 HORSE J\ power portable Holsters, Saw Milts, drain Mill*, Ver I ti'-nl Engine-, Horizontal Engines, plain and cut ofl, aud Boilers. nil styles ami sizes; our own make; Shutting, Geerlnc and Costings. HAMPSON, WHITEHILL A CO., 88 Cortland street A LAME STOCK OK K SO INKS, BOILERS, STEAM Piunps, Presses. Lathes. Drill*, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Ac., new and second hand. WILSt IN A ROAKE, IHi uiiri 281 Water street. A LA BOB LOT OP STEAM BNOIKB8 AND BOILERS for sale, ami over 1(0 steam piiiniw. new and second hand ; al-o a double headed Lathe,38feet be<l and 4X Inch swing. Apply to P. CAS.ilDY. Nos. 4 to 11) Bridge street, Brooklyn, dealer In all kinds of new and second hand machinery. VOB SALE?ONE STEAM ENOINE, HUB OOlRJtt r with Boiler; three Locomotive Boilers, 40 horse power each one ot Green'* Patent Steam Holler Econ | omizers. CUAKLEfi COLLINS, W John street, Brooklyn. frtOB SALE CHEAP?ONE TAYLOR CYLINDER P l'resh, bed 51*61; in perfect order; run only a short time. LAKKAN A CO., Ml Ann street FH)B ralr?M ACHINERY AND I'TENSII.S OP various kinds, at manufactory 309 and 511 West For'ytllUi street. Apply Immediately. Must be sold by June 1. PQOT OfPICB IIOT1C1. T>OST OKFICE NOTICE. X The mails lor Europe, during the week ending Saturday, May 24. 1873, will close at this office on Werf ncsday at 10.30 A. M., on Thursday at 11 A. M., and on Saturday at 11 A. M. and 12 M. THOS. L JAMES. Postmaster. LB&AL VO'l'li Ks, DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOB the District of Massachusetts. In the matter of llannihnl J. Kimball and Edwin N. Kimball, bankrupt*, in bankruptcy. A warrant in bankruptcy has been Issued by snld Court agaiust the estate ol llaunlbal J. Kimball and Edwin S. Kimball, formerly copartners, transacting business at Atlanta, in the State of Georgia, and both of Newton, of the county of Middlesex, of the State of Massachusetts, in said district, adjudged bankrupts upon the petition of Hannibal J. Kimball; and the payment of any debts and the delivery of any property belonging to said bank runts to them or their use, auu the transier el any prop erty by them arc forbidden by law. A meeting ol the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove their debts and choose one or more a&dgnec* ol tlielrestate will be held at a Court ot Bankruptcy, to tie hidden at Boston, In said district, on the Mtti day ol'June, A. 1>. 1*73, at II o'clock A. M., at (he United States Court House, before Andrew F. Jewett, Esq., one ot the Registers in Bankruptcy of said Court. ROLAND G. I'SllEK, United states Marshal, Massachusetts District, as Messen ger. INSTRUCTION" ^ AT THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, M KOt/BTH AVENUE, opposite Cooper Institute.?Bookkeeping, Writing, Arithmetic and Languages. Day and evening. Ladies' department?Telegraphy taught practically; demand for operators. No vacation. Hudson river institute, at clave rack, n, Y? will be open for Summer boarders on June it, I ALONZO PLACK. VTBW METHOD OP LEARNING FRENCH ANDGER. ll man thoroughly by conversation and reaillng .no grammar; conversational tluency insured; terms $3 a week (three lessons at punit's residence). Address PRO FESSOR, box 121 Herald Uptown Branch office. <fc9 AH "WRITING LESSON8, PRIVATE INSTRL'C ?1P ?<tion, Bookkeei?lng, Arithmetic, Grammar, Knelling; all Summer Colleges, i,?t Hrondway. corner Thirty-third street, and 62 Bowery; alio at iiupils' rcsl ucucts. JuailiBS oaalifle.il as bookkucucru, imi liiniDM, A. * * # s ,? ? * * * * * * * * * # * * * * R. U. * * *? # * ?? ? ? * ? * KACir *%* #* 4 CO. ?* ** ** *? ** %t ** *# ** # * * * ?? V ????? * * # * ? * ?* * ? R. H. MACY ft CO. arc offering their entire stork of ALL SILK RIBBONS At prices GREATLY REDUCED from last Heaiioii. Also, havlntr on hand an LMMK.NSK STOCK of BTRAW BONNETS AND IIATS, they will mafcrt SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS In that department during the following week. Id consequence of the (treat competition In trad* this season, R. II. MACY A CO. hive decided to mark their entire stack ot PARASOLS an>l SDN UMBRELLAS at prices that uo other houao can compete with. They also bee to rail attention to THE FOLLOWING SPECIALTIES:? AJOD lot Of IMPORTED SUITS, purchased at a sacrifice, anil selling for half their value. A job lot of DAMASK NAPKIN3. reduced to Wc. a dozen. A large assortment of LADI T'S' WINDSOR TIES, from 31c. upwards, in all shades. A full lino of RTMMER HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR. CROQUET, ~ CROQUET, to suit everybody. O R o % E T, all makes and itvie*. at VERY LOW PRICKS. R. IT. MACY ft CO., Fourteenth strict mid Sixth avenue. I SHAW. J. Hair I Halrl Hairl The largest stock of Human iluir Goods in the city at SHAW'S, 364 Bowery, corner Fourth street, anil 86B Sixth avenue, between Twenty-acconil und Twenty-third street*, up stairs. RHAW'S Patent Hair Switches, can be oombed and brushed, $1 each. Human Hulr, cheapest and best In the market. Short U&lr Switches, S- each and upward. French Switches, $S. Curls. Si and upwards. Latest Styles always on hand. M ORITZ UINKKLSPIEL, 737 Broadway, opposite Astor place. Our great Clearing Out Rale, Clearing Out Sale, Clearing out Sale, is to be continued during the present month, and we now offer Still Greater Inducements, Still Greater Inducements, Still Greater Inducements than ever before, than ever before, than ever before. and invite the ladies to a visit, when next promenading Broadway. Laces, Ribbons, Bilks, Ties, Passementeries, , Buttons, small Wares, 4c., ftc-, at tremendous bargains. Our Ralcidadics willingly sliow all goods, and are pollto and attentive. MORITZ DINKEL8PIEL, 737 Broadway, opposite Astor place. Notice.?Ten pcrcent refunded in cash on every pur chase above (1. YACHTS, STRA W BOATS, <fcC A VALUABLE STEAM CANAL BOAT KOK SALB cheap; has powerful machinery and suitable for freighting or towing: al?o several ronrsc freight. Canal Bonis. Apply to or address M. F. JAMES ? CO., 1US Broad street, New York. FOR BALK?a lot of fine com* FAST oned Buatx, of all dimensions anil sizes, very cheap. Apply to J. D. NOLAN, Bergen Point, Ctiancellor dock. M AliOOAXY, SPANISH CEDAR, tor Boat Builders, and all kinds of Hard Wood, In Logs, Planks, Hoards and Veneers. GEO KOK W. Ht.AU A CO., Mill and Yard ISti in 21X1 Lewis street, corner ot Sixth street, Kast River, A "\TACIIT FOR BALE.?SCIIOONER YACHT, KBEIt I 58xlS0>^; draws feet; In tine order; two new Boat.*: guns, awnlugs ana everything necessary for im mediate use. Addres- box 1,040 Boston Pout office. XTJkOUT Foil sale?a ICBOONBB TACHT, 57 TOES J o. nt. ; coppered: centre-board; In complete order. Addri'ssj. M. CI II KCI11LL, ?!1 Commercial street, Port land. Me. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. QT. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH FORTY-SIXTH k? street, east of Sixth avenue, Rev. Joseph II, Price, D. D? rector; Rev. A. Bloomer llart, associate. Dlvino service and tlie Holy Communion on Ascension Day (Thursday., at 11 A. M. The rector will preach. IjOAN OFFICES. \ T 77 BLEECKER BTBKET, NEAR BROADWAY, UP J\. stall*?Highest cash advances on Diamond*. Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, Ac., or bought; Pawnbrokers' Tickeis bought, lit 77 Bleecker street AT WOLF BROTHERS'. K9rt BBOADWAY,BETWEEN Nineteenth nnd 'twentieth streets?Money loaned on Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, Silverware, silks, an<l particularly Pianos; private parlor tor ladies; business! strictly confidential. A J. JACKSON, PAWNBROKER. ? WEST IIIIRTY ? first, formerly W Prince street, loans Money in large or small sums on personal Property ot every de scription. AT JACKSON'S, WW BRO\DW\Y. OPPOSITE ELEV enth street?Money liberally advanced on Dia monds. Watches, Jewelry, Silks, Drv Oonds ami per sonal Property of every description. Private entranco tor ludie*. AT 87 THIRTEENTH STREET. NEAR BROADWAY.? 1 pay the highest price for Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. Advance on the same. Isaacs, Dlain<?id Broker, 67 Thirteenth street, near Hroudway. At IIYMAN'S, 710 BnOADWAV-LIBKHAL All vanccs made on Diamonds nuil Watchos, Silver ware, Ac., or will pay tlie highest market price tor tho same. T 697 BROADWAY, CORNER FOURTH BTBBET.? Lilieral advances on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Silks, Camel's Hair shawls, Laces and personal property of every description. JAMES p. mattiikws, QQ NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.? ?)?/ Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watclies, Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise The Nimn bought and sofa. Room I. IIAYMAN LEOPOLD. A AO BTXTHIAVKNUE, BETWEEN TWENTY-FOURTH T"' 'it and Twenty-fifth street*.?Liberal advances mado on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks, Laces and Shawls. Same bought at full value. L. BERNARD. /jQf BROADWAY, CORNER AMITY STREET,? Money liberally adv:uiccd on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and all Merchandise, at the old established Loan oiBce. Same bought and sold. M. ROSENBERG. n-IQ BBOADWAT, OLDEST ESTABLISHED ANIV tfl*f most reliable office.?Money advanced on Dia monds, Watches, Jewelry, Laces, Ac. i same bought at lull value. A. C. UK ETC. 1 "BOAPWAT. OVER HERALD BRANCir f-l&y ? , office, room B.-Parlor lor ladles. Branch. V "roadway. Money loaned on Diamonds, Watches^ Jewelry, Ac. same bought and sold. UNDO BROS. " " ?- : .? billiakdh. A 1 ?STANDARD AMERICAN BEVKL TABLES ANlJ '?e Hielan A Collender Combination Cushions tor sale only by the patentee, H. W. CoLLKNDER, successor* to I heiau k Collender, 73M Broadway, New York. A "I -LATEST DESIONB OF BILLIARD TABLES! -iV 1. and all appurtenances connected with the trade t special attention to private trade. OBOBOB E PHKLAN, No. 7 Barclay street. AOOOD BILLIARD TABLE-NEW, 5 AND Id csrrom. for sale cheap. Call at Piano Store. 219 Easts Twenty third street, near Third avenue. A HIM.HNr>M. A-S(.KTMKNT OF NKW AND BEO 2\. ond hand Bill ard Tables, nonpareil bevels; alsit plain new styles, all with the catgut cushions; closing out at a discount. KAV ANAuII A DM.'KKK, comer Canal and Centre streets. C2.REATBST INDCCEMENTH EVER OFFERED TO f purchasers ot Billiard Tables.?Now Is your time to call and examine my splendid stock ot Tnnles, at greatly reduced prices; Billiard Tables complete tor $15J. W. u. ouiFFiTU. w Vusay street*

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