Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 29, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 29, 1873 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 13,430. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1873.-TK1PI,K SHEET. PRICE POUR CENTS. DIRECTORII FOR ADVERTISERS. AMUSEMENTS?Ninth Pack?Fourth, fifth and aiilh column*. ASTROLOGY?Second Pace? Sixth column. MILLIARDS?Ninth Pack? Fourth column. DuAKUl Ks WANTED? Ninth Pack?First and rftcnnd column*. BOARD AM) LODGING WANTED?Nihth Pack?Sec ond column. BROOKLYN HEAL ESTATE FOR HALE-Becond Pace? First culumii. BUSINESS OPPORTTNITIES?Second PACE-Third and fourth columns. BUSINESS NOTICES?Seventh Pace? Fifth and sixth columns. CIGARS AND TOBACCO?Eighth Pack?Second onlumn. HIT* REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Second PACK-First column. CLERKS AND SALESMEN?Twelfth I'ACE-Second column. CLOTHING?Eighth Pack?Sixth column. L'OACHMEN AND GARDENERS? Twelfth Pace-Scc ond and tliird columns. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Second Pack?Sixth col umn. COUNTRY board-Ninth Page?Second and third col umns. DRNTlsTRY?Eighth Pack?Sixth column. DRY GOODS?First Pack?Sixth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN FURNISH EI*?Twelfth Pack?Filth column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Second Pace?Filth aud sixtli columns. EUROPE?First Pace?Fifth column. EXCHANGE?Nintii Pack?Filth column. BYES AND EARS?Eighth Page?Second column. EXCURSIONS?Second Pace?Fourth column. FINANCIAL?Fifth Page?Fourth und tittli columns. FINE ARTS?Eighth Pace?Second column. FOR SALE? Eighth Pack?Filth und sixth columns. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Twelfth Pack?Fifth and sixth columns. FURNITURE?Ninth Pack?Fourth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS-Twelfth l'ACE-Fourth column. UKLP WANTED?FEMALES?Eleventh PAGE-Sixth column, and Twelfth Page?Fii>t column. UKLP WANTED?MALES?Twelfth p Act-Third and fourth columns. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC-First PAuk-Thlrd, fourth and flltti columns. HOTELS?Ninth Pack?Second column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Ninth P?oe?Fourth column. INSTRUCTION?Ninth Pack?Fourth column. JERSEY CITY, HOBO KEN. HUDSON CITY AND BER GEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?SECOND Pack? First and second columns. LOAN OFFICES?Second Pace?Fourth column. LOST AND FOUND?Fihst Pack?First und second co umns. MACHINERY?Eighth pace-Rixth column. MAKHl.E MaNTELS?Ninth Pack?Third column. MEDICAL?Twklfth Page?Sixth column MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?Fiust Pack?Sixth MI8CELLANF.OUS ADVERTISEMENTS-Tentu Pace? Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS?Eighth Pace?Second column. MUSICAL?Ninth Pack?Filth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS? Bktenth Pack?Sixth column. PERSONAL?First Pace?First Column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Nintu PACE?Fifth col umn. POST OFFICE NOTICE?First Pack?Sixth column. PROPOSALS?Fihst Page?Sixth column. FROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? Eleventh Pack?Sixth column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?Second Pack?Second and third columns. REAL EST ATE TO EXCH ANtiE?Second Pace?Tliird column. REAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Pace?Third column. REWARDS?Fiust Pauk? Second column. SALES AT AUCTION?Eighth Pace?Third, fourth and fifth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES?Eleventh Page? First, second, third, fourth, fifth and six;h columns. SITUATIONS WANTED?Males-Twelfth I'Aut-First and second columns. SPECIAL. NOTICES?First Page?Second column. SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.-First I'ACK-Third column. SUMMER RF.SORTS-Nintii PACE-Thlrd column. niE TRADES?Twelfth Pack?Fourth column. HIE TURF?First Pack?Tliird column. lO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSKS-Twelfth Pace? Fourth and fifth columns. TRAVELLERS' GUI Dr.?Second Pack?Sixth column. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS lo LET? Twklfth Pace?Sixth column. WANTED TO PURCHASE?Fihst Pack?Sixth column WATCHES, JEWELRY', AC.?Eighth Pack?Sixth col umn. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?Second Pack?First column. rACIITS, STEAMHOATri, AC.?First Pace?Sixth col umn. ||! RAID flit A \CTI t?KFI(T?t'PTIIWN, ADVERTISEMENTS FOR T11E NEW YORK 11LKALD RECEIVED AT TIIE BRANCH OFFICE, 1.26C BROADWAY AND MO SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY-SECOND STREETS. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. FILL t P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL 9 P. M V AT OFFICE RATES NEWSDEALERS SUPPLIED WITH HERALD AT 8 D'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. NO EXTRA CHARGES. PARIS AGENCY OP THE NEW YORK HRRAll). J^|ESBRS. KRE.MER A CO.. AMERICAN REGISTER, HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEAL ERS WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO FINGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. PUUMhVAii. BOND.?MRS. BEATRICE BONO, FORMERLY OF Cornwall, Conn., will heard' something to her ad r*iit?KP by addressing box 5M New ^ ork Post office. F F. F.-SEND ADDRESS TO K E. K. INFORMATION WANTF.D-OF Hl'OH CARDEN BY Bridget Welsh, ot Tullyeagan, who is- now at 44^ sixth tvenue. Any information of his whereabouts will lie ihanktull.v received. Her passage van paid by Michacl Welch, lullyeaean, and Michael Berring, oi Ireland. IF MR. JOHN HARI.V, WHO FORMERLY LIVED IN Hoboken, will send his address to bo* 4,123 New York Post office, lie will much oblige a Iricnd. IF HENRY OR FETBR VAN INOBN, FORMERLY living in Brooklyn, be (lecirous ot making the ac iiuaintiince ot an old friend ol their family, tlicv are re guested to send their present address to J. K. K , i4.'j East thirteenth street. ]*> HENRY SMILES, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE arrived In New York about *iiril. 1872, wiil com municate with O. T., Herald office, lie will hear ot some tiling to his advantage, IF THE LADY. BLENDE, WHO YESTERDAY FORE noon was agisted Into Madison avenue stage, at Twen ty-ninth street, itml out at Fitteentli street. desires ae auuintance oi the gentleman, please tavor him with ad Ire M. Address OENMtAL, Herald uptown Brunch ^ffice, IF THE ITeNtTkMAN FROM ST LOTIS, WHO called at the oiu lady's on Filth avennr on Tuesday, Will call aitn'n en Friday he can get what h? wai.ted. KNA W? M (>NTKKAL? PL KAShf SEND NEW YORK add re* to F. (I., Herald office. L Michael hooan. deceased, brass finisher, hi the employ ot J. Warner A *on?. brass founder*, in the city of London, England, had a lather and brother, who left. Birmingham five or six vears since tor New Vork 1 hey are requested to communieate with TIIOM vs FLEMING, at the aforesaid J. Warner A Sons, who is op Eomteil executor under the will ot the said Michael logan. MAROARKT COLVEN, OF BALI AMTNA, COUNTY Antrim.?Brother David, iust arrived trom Ireland, desires to find her. Address, care ol Thomas McKinlcv, (/ortiaiidt avenue and Mott street, Westchester county, MRS. k T. itw11<> Ai?VERTISED PARLOR FOR rent. May *:s. please addre-s DISCREET, box I4<; Herald I ntown Branch office, l,2d.'i Broadway. VTOTICE.?WANTING, THE DAUGHTERS OF PAT riek ( ronln or Cronati, who emigrated (mm Ma croom, Ireland, some tour or live years ago; two ot them It la believed, are married U soldiers. They will lieu, of something tot heir ad vantage on eommiinleatlnt with A M KN'iLIsH, Solicitor, Taw well court llonse, Taze well county, Va. THOMAS 8. HIlX, OF ToroN I'O, WILL HEAR <JF something to hi* advantage by calling :-.t the office of Uie Pacific Mutual Insurance Company, ii'j Broadway, New York. rpKEES ARE ORNAMENTAL, BUT FOR BEAl'TY 1 give me those b s, > r are they otherwise disposed off "WHAT ADDilEs.s M 11,THITE ROSE?BE~AT FERRY TO DAY BY NOON. V* important, _ WHITE rose. CTlf AVENVE STA<IK.-WILL YOUN? LADY, ()OLD chain ami cross, who got. out about noon comet of Broadway and Ninth street, allow foreigner who sat <>| posite to her to make her acquaintance? Address fox 5,04a I'ost office. LOST AM) FOUND. Found?on the 20TH inst.. at favonia ferry. a tJold Watch, which the owner can have bv proving (irouerl.v and paying expenses ol J. II. TENURE, Kam ?ev's, N. J filOUNI)?MAY S8, ON 8J0 TRAIN FROM CITY VIA 1 Harlem Railroad, lady's Sacque; by paying lor ad vertisement : describe and address box i.97 SIiik t?ing, N. J. Lost?on Monday evenino, between thik ty sixth and Fortieth streets, a Hold Breastpin, In the form ol a fan. with black enamelled figures. The finder will be rewarded by reluming it to 4M Filth av. LOST?SATURDAY LAST. A LADY'S BLAi K ENAM elled (told Watch, with blue enamelled wreath, small diamonds outside case , liberal reward will be paid by DALLETT SONt> A CO.. 99 Water street I OST?ADRIFT FROM WHITE ATONE, L. I., A SKIFF J Boat, painted white, with red stripe; the tinder will receive a suitable reward by addressing OWNER, 991 Broadway, New York, OST? MONDAY LAST, ON ROAD FROM FORDAM Jlleights to Mae 'omb's Dam Bridge, a Spring Overcoat; maker' name, Isaac Walker, on collar; tne finder will be llberallv rewarded by leaving the same ut (J4 Wall street or stating where it may be nad. 3 OST PASS BOOK NO, 19IKIH, ISSUKI) BY INSTITt j tien (or Savings of Merchants'Clerks. 1 he tinder will please leave it at the bank. OST-ON St'NDAY P.VF.NINO, BETWEEN SIXTY. j third ami Forty-fifth streets, on Boulevard or Eighth ?venue a Gold Earring, with carbuncle stene. Suitable reward will be given by Jtvtwniug /I to OW Si*VU aveuua, in lb* fbve Hole, LOST A!N1> FOl'lVD. I OST?SETTER DOG PUP, ABOUT TWO MONTHS A old, on Monday, last week, from 32 Went Thirty-sixth street S3 reward. LOST-from m MAD1HON AVENUE. A WHITE Spitz Dog; answers t? the name of Fluke; had blue ribbon around hit neck when lost; in a great pet of the family, und it suitable reward will be paid to uuv person warning bin to the rtow i4drtw. IOST?$10 REWAKD-ON TUESDAY, THE 27TH, J a gold and Mosaic Locket, witli inscription on one *irie A. K. I., in capital letters. Call ou cr address DOWNING, -I-6 Hroudwuy. Lost?may it a parcel ok yak lace, on the 8:18 train, itoin King's Bridge to Grand Central Do pot. The Under will be rewarded by leaving the same at S2 Wert Forty-sixth street Lost?the lady who received from the little girl the Diamond King belonging to one of the ladies severely lujured b.v earriage accident, 14th Inst, on sixth avenue, near Harlem Itiver, is at last perfectly well known. Unless she prefers Siate Prison and the reputation of having stolen the ring ol uti apparently dving woman she will return it Instantly to cure ol St. Cloud Hotel proprietors. REWARD!*. (Jjr RI.WARD.?DOG LOST?A MEDIUM SIZED ?P'I Hound Slut, black, with white breast, legs, tip of tail, nod ring on neck. Leave her at 81 West Eleventh st. (Jjlik REWARD?FOR RETURN Of RUSSIA LEATHER >1MU I'ocketbook and contents lost on steamer Sunny hide Mondav morning. The payment of papers has been stopped. Address <1. A. M., Herald office. dsl Ann REWARD WILL BE PAID, AND NO Ipl.uUU questions a*ked, for the return of all the Diamonds anil Jewelry taken from 133 East Thirteenth street May 7,1873. SPECIAL NOTICES. A RARE CHANCE FOR COUNTRY SHOE DEAL ers?.lob lots ol Boots and Shoes selling cheap at XSI) Bowery, corner Bond street; must be sold belore June 1. W. D. BIGELOW A CO. A?HXRALD BRANCH OFFICE. BROOKLYN, ? corner ot Fulton avenue and Boerum street. Open troin h A. M. to 9 P M. On Sunday troui3toDP. M. ALL OFFICERS, SAILORS AND SOLDIERS WOUND ed, ruptured or injured, however slightly, can ob tain a pension by applying to Lr. E. B. JACKSON. Into Surgeon United States Nuvv, No. 4 New Chambers street. A?LARfiE WACONS for MOVING FURNITURE IN ? city or country: Furniture packed, shipped and stored. Otllce 40 West Fifteenth street, near sixth avenue. A. F. A <1 BI RNHAM, A" application HAS BEEN PRESENTED TO Mayor Havcmeyer for the position of Police Justice of the Third district tor Mr. wM. J. Mci'ARTH Y, vrln re he was born and resided for the past 44 years, with un unsullied reputation. Some may ask. Who Is this McCar thy, and what claims has he upon the public? Ask the periured canvassers who actcd with McCarthy in the election ol the late Fdwurd C McConnell and the lion. Thomas Adams, of this city, in their election lor Aldermen of the Thirteenth ward some years past. Ask the outspoken I'nion men of the Seventh and Thir teenth wards. Ask the draft rioters, who were over 100 strong, and who were eheckmatt d by the said McCarthy, with about 10 or 15 men, and driven from their hellish work, that saved to this city an amount of taxation that could not be fathomed. FKOM A UNION MAN OF THE THIRTEENTH WARD. J^KES KESSM AK1NG. ECONOMY, PROMPTNESS AND PERFECT FIT. Mes?rs. LORD A TAYLOR, to prove that RETRENCH MENT is possible, have so arranged their Dressmaking Department that ECONOMY in material and trimming is particularly studied in every detail, ami they are now lurnlsliing Dresses at a MUCH LESS PHICE than the cost of imported garments, while for STYLE, FIT and GENERAL MAKE UP they are every way equal to the finest Parisian manufacture. The IMMENSE INCREASE ol orders during the past month prevented our usual promptness; but n< w, with extended facilities and the COMPLETE reorganization of the department, we GUARANTEE ALL ORDERS AT THE TIME AGREED, and as to FIT and PRICE defy competition. LORD <V TAYLOR, Broadway and Twentieth street. I ELECTION.?NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN J election will be held at the office ot the New York Bridge t ompany. No. il Water street, in the citv of Brooklyn, on Monday, the 2d ilay of June next, at 12 o'clock noon ot that day. lor tltteen directors ot said company, ;or the then ensuing vear, and tor two inspec tors of election tor IH74. The transler books will he closed from May 3 to June 3,1*73. Dated Mav V, lh7?. HENRY C. M UK PHY, President. 0. P. quiktarp, Secretary. C^O AND SEE J the gr^nl race between Kuilertau mid Gazelle, at Piospect Park Fair Ground*. Friday, May 30, at 3 o'clock. Havana and kentucky lotteries -prizes cashed ; circulars sent tree. JOSEPH BATES A CO., 71 Broadway. New York, room 31, first tloor. Memorial committee. Grand Ariny of the Republic. Headquarters, 31 Union square, (Seventeenth street). New Your, May 27, 1873. Citizens are respectfully informed that u detail will he in attendance as above Irom 9 A. M. till 10 P. M. to receive floral otlcnngfc: wagons will he despatched to school* and churches oil notice being left at headquarters. JM. A. reed. Chairman of Floral Gommittee, VTOTK'E TO TOURISTS AND EXCURSIONIST8.?A li first class landscape photographer, ha vine several years experience in the mountains, would like loin u partv going to the Adirondack* or elsewhere. Address PHOTO, box 106 Herald qIUcq. OMAHA LEGAL GIFT ENTERPRISE. Drawing of May 20. 1873. Number "0.777drew $76,000 Number 471,309 drew 26,0(10 Number 232,COB drew 16,10') Number 74,M9drew 10,000 Number 474,646 drew 5,0flf) Number 140,407 drew 4.00U Number 442,891 drew 5,000 Number 322,823 drew. .. 3,000 Number 21S.769 drew 2.000 Number 98,423drew 2,iuki Number 471,806 drew. . 2.000 Number 348,6'!4 drew 2,000 Number 91,890 drew 1,1*10 Number 82,1:63 drew 1,000 J. M. PATTE14, Manager. OFFIOIAL DRAWINGS SOUTH CAROLINA LOTTERY lor i Tee School Fund?Perpetual. KXTHA CLASS 127? MAY 28, 1873. 13, 67, S7, 53, 15. 32, 75. 47. 41. 66, 33, 46. CLASS 12S? MAY 28, 18711 72, 6, 76. 7(1, 2;:, 12. 16, 36. 61. 1.'). 6*', 29. COLK A I'd., Managers, New Yort. Post office box3,886. CifAKiasTOlf, S. Ma.v 28. 1873. OFFICIAL DRAW1NCJ NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY. EXTRA CLASS NO. 66?MAV 28, 1873. 15. 36, til, 66, 46, 34, 42, 63. 6. .V). 58. 26. KOKTII CAROLINA?CLASS No. fifi?MAY 28, 187.':. 14, 8, "8, Iti, 7, 69, 32, (19, 30, 24, 43, 46, 4. In class No. 64, May 27, No. 61 should be 68. OKRKEN A CO.. Managers. LUTHY A CO., Brokers, 2;'4 Greenwich street, N Y. OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY sTaTE LOTTERIES. KINTleXY?HTKA CLASP NO. 351?MAY 28, 1*73. 64, 9. 24, 28, 19. I, 5, 64, 23, 73, 84, 10. KI-NTIX'KY-CLASS ,vo. 362?MAY 28, 187*. 11, 47, 24, 25. 67, 13. 36, 38, 66. (VI, 38, 80, 68. SIMMON'S A CO.. Managers. Covington, Ky. SHF1IIY COLl.KiK?KJTKA C LASS Nl>. 261 ? M?Y 28, lv7;>'. 62 75, 49, 9, 21. 15, 69, .'0, 36, 7, III, 27. SIIKLHY COLL*l.B?CLASS NO 2iii?MAY 28, 1873. 41, 18. 3<i, 68, 4, SO, 78, 47 , 42. 32. ft, 46, 63 SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. Address C. HENRY, cure J. Clute, Broker, 2iit> Kroad way. Post office box 4,9t9. P'BLIC TlBRARY OF KENTUCKY ?OF THE LIM ited amount ol unsold Tickets I have choice selec tions. Call on W. L. DAVIS, agent, 907 Broadway, room No. 6. t?OYAL HAVANA LOTTKBY?NEXT DKAWIMl JUNE i in. German State Lotteries. Send for cin ulars. RITTER A ??., Post office box 3,836. 8!> Nassau street, room 4. Royal Havana lottery of cuba.-pros l>i ? us lor 1*73 now ready Address (iEOROE CP II \ w. No < Weybosset street, 1'rovMence, K. 1. rpHE MEMBERS OF 81 BRIDGET'S BENEVOLENT 1 Hocletv will fo to Holy Communion on next Sunday, June 1, at ft Bridgets church, at lu o'clock ma-'s. Members tailing to comply will tie tlneci; no excuse ad miiteii. JAMES iierrick, Secretary. rpnE SMELTER! NO ARMS, TENTH AVENUE, COR I ner oi I2!it!i street ?The annual reception will be held on Thursday. May 29, from 12 to 6 o'clock The re port will be read at 2 o'clock, utter which will follow ad dresses Irom the Bishop and clergy. At 3H o'clock Gen eral Sharpe will deliver ti the children a United states flag, to be received on their bchftl! hy one of the trustees. Refreshments will be provided l>v the Ladies' Associa tion, the profits to be devoted to the support of the chil dren. In the holies' cottage. '"PHI PRINCIPAL DRAWING A ol the 74th Brunswick onvcrnment Lottery, with 66,000 Tickets and 23,000 Prizes, will commence May 2(> and end June IS. Highest prize 120,tfOO Prussian Tbalers Royal Havana Lottery?Next drawing Jane 10. Royal feaxnn Government. Lottery. City of Hamburg Lottery. I rizescashed and Informutlon given. TIIEODOR ZSCHOCH, 116 Nassau street, box 6.080 Post office. V?T?.I."''THANKS.?AT A REGULAR MEETING OF ? Wilkcsbarre Division, No. 22, Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineers, the following resolutions were adopted.? Resolved, That the members of this Division tender their Sincere thanks to the officers of the Central Railroad of New Jersey and Lehigh Valley Railroad for their kind ness ingiving an engine and car for the conveyance of the members ol the Brotherhood from their diflcrent locution* to n ilkcftburrc and return. Resolved, That *['' take great pleasure in expressing tbe hope that tht eflu l of tlits mid nil similar courtcs'es will be to inc rease and strengthen the confidence exist ing between the officer* of the road and their emnlovec Resolved. That these resolution! he printed in the Ne w York Herald and Engineers' Monthly Journal MICHAEL RUSSELL i JOHN II BUTZ, /Committee JAMES SHEA LPS, \fll N'NA EXPOSITION-NOTICE IS IIERKHY GIVEN V that the Juries of Awards at tbe Vienna Exposition have postponed their meetings to the 1st of .Inly Parties wishing fo forward goods tor the Exhibition can do s<> up to 10th of June For inrtfier Information apply to rai? CLIFFK BALDWIN, United statA's Despatch' Ageat, Ti Brondwny. (i?ruo r.uo w drawn daily in the lkgal Vized Kentucky Lottery ; Royal llavinm and Kentucky circulars free ; 12,'jc. commission allowed Address KaLEY A CO u>fU|:ii esuhlisUed 30 >eai'S), 174 #rw*dwajt KPOHTIS6-DOM. HIHDW, AC. A -FOR SALE, ALL KIN OH OK FANCY DOGS ? Hiri!?. Ae ; Medicines l?ir nil diseases; Prepared Fovd, for mocking bints. Ai B O. DOVEY'S, No. IGreeiie street, near Cunal. rpOR SALE?Til K EE FIRST RATE SINGING MOCK r in;.' Birds- good MHi:rr? by night Iti<iuire at U De lutty street, in the barber shop, SPLENDID MOCKING BIRDS FOR SALE OH BAP, iind warranted good singers. A| t?Iy at 129 Washing ton strei t WEST FIFTY-SECOND STREET?A SPLEN did Newioundland Dog lor sale; 16 months okl; the owner would not part with tiira only tie is going to Europe. THE TIKP, Fleetwood association.?spuing meeting 1873, June 18, 20, 23 and 24. Fikst Day. Wkpwkmpay, .Ii'nk 18.?Purse No. 1, $800? For horw* that Imve never I eaten 2 5>; $560 to first, 3190 to wooml, $1110 to third. Pane No. 2. $2.00;i?For horses that have never beaten 2 :23; $1,100 to tirsi, $55J to second, $Xftu to third. Skunk Day, Fripay, June 20.?Purse No. 3, $1,000?For hones that have never beaten 2.38; $W0 to first, $2.10 to second, ISOto third. Purse No. 4, $1 2^K>? For horses that have never tiiaten 2 :29; $tKi0 to tirst, $3M> to second, $200 to third. Tuikii Day, Monday, June 23.?Purse No. 5, $1,000; lor horses tluit have n< ver heaten 2:34. $6d0 to flr?t, S-50 to second, $1811 to third. Purse No. ?'?, $1,500; for horses that have never beaten 25. $840 to first, $4(0 to second, $2M) to third. Fourth Day, TntsnAV, June 24 ?Purse No 7, $800; for hones that have never beaten 2:43. $.v>0 to first, $100 to seeond, $IU) to third. Purse No. 8, $3,500; lor horses that have never beutcn 2:21. 92.1KK) to llrst, $1,100 to second, $500 to third. Conditions?The above races to be mile heats, best 3 in 5, in harness, ami will be governed by the rules of the National Association lor the Promo tion of the Interests ol the Anieri. an Trotting Turf. In case ot postponement of any race It shall he next good day and track, omitting Sunday. Any driver substituted for another, as authorized by rule 28, will be paid $50 lor such service. Entries to close at Chainberlln's pool room, 1,146 Broadway, New York, on .Monday, June 2, at 0 o'clock P. M. All communications to be addressed to William 11. Van Cott, Superintendent. C. H. VAN NES8, President. F1LEETWOOD ASSOCIATION.-I't'RSE $2,(110, FOB the Oelctirateil trotting mare American Girl and Hie pacing buy gelding Hurry, having a record ot 2:19J<J, in harness, at Buffalo, last. year. Rate to take place at Fleetwood Park, on Saturday, May 31, at3P. M Mile heats, best thr< e in five, in harness. O. Ptiterenterih.ni American GlrL William 11. Crawford b. g Harry. WM II. VAN COTT, Superintendent. GO AND SEE the great race between Fullerton and Gazelle at Prospect Park Pair Grounds, Friday, Mav 30, at 3 o'clock. PROSPECT PARK FA IK GROUND ASSOCIATION.? Thursday, May 21), three o'clock P M. Match $2(10. mile heats, best 3 in 5, in harness. H W. Howe names br. tn. Kate. J. Denton names br. g. Unexpected. Good dav and track. GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. PROSPkCT PAKK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.? Special premium ot $2,?io is hereby otlcred lor eh. g. Judge Fullerton, b. m. Gazelle, hlk. g. Cantors, to wagon, and s. s Honest Dutchman in harness; $1,200 to first. $NJ0 to second and $500 to third. Conditions same us adver tised for Spring ineetinp. To be trotted Friday, June 6. Acceptance to be declared at chamberlain's pool room, 1,I4<; Broadway, New York, Thursday, May 29, at 9o'clock P. M. GEORGE W. OAKLEY. Superintendent. POOLS BOLD THIS EVENING AT CHAMBERLlN'S, 1,140 Brcadwav, on the trot between Gazelle anil Judge Fullerton. at Prospect Park to-morrow. I>OOLS SOLD AT JOHNSON'S, 1,187 BROADWAY, corner Twenty-eighth street, on the trot between Gazelle and Fullerion, tins evening, at 8 o'clock. Also al Oiddon'a Hotel, near the track, at 12 o'clock on the day 01 the race. T. it. JOHNSON. rpuoTTING AT FLEETWOOD PARK, ON THURSDAY, .1 May 29, at 3 o'clock; sweepstakes, $4f0; mile heats, hest 3 in ft. j. Phillips' s. in. Fanny Kern to harness: 1>. Pflfler'sb. in. Topsey to harness; P. Mann's g. t. Mercer to wagon. Same day a match for $-'ih>; mile heats, best 3 in 5, to harness. J. Murphy's s. g. Jake, W. Speneo's b. g. Mr. II. VAN COTT, Superintendent. Da u. A r" HORSES. CARKIAGES, diC. IN VIEW OF A. Coming Races, We would call the attention ot the public to our SURREY CARTS, something entirely new and original in design; intro duced ;his season lor the flrst time, ofler also a lull assortment ot ail tin fashionable nutterus, many ol them confined to tliis house. Quality being the true measure ol value, wc arc satisfied that when our Carriages ore fairly iudged by this stand ard, price will be esteemed a secondary consideration. Warerooms? Fifth avenuy, corner Twenty seventh st. Factory?146 East Twenty-filth street J B. liKfc.WSTER A CO. Established 1H38. A T AUCTION-TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), MAT 30, AT J\. 12 o'clock, by WILLiAM VAN TA8SELL, AUCTIONEER, HORSE AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART, 110, 112. 114 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET. ELEGANT TEAM BAY HORSES. 10 HANDS HIGH, 6 and 7 years old kind anil true in all liarnesi and very stylish . parties desiring to purchase are invited to hove them examined by veterinary surgeons before the sale. Also Harness. A;;. ( LORE Co AC ii IN PERFECT ORDER GRaY TKOTIINfl HORSE, "BILLY GRAY," 16 hands high, S years old; periecUy kind and true in every respect, can trot better than 3 minutes and is warranted sound. ELEGANT EIGHT SPRING BAROUCHE, WITH rumble, built by Jacouei A Cloches, Paris. Pony PHAETON, WITH Ht MBLK SEAT, POLE am! shafts; city make; in good order. TWO ( URTAIN COACHES. At private sale unti. to-morrow, at 12 o'clock. 4 ?CARRIAGES AND HARNESS. jdL> No. 8 Cortland! street, near Broadway, (Formerly 58 Lilw rty street.) Top Buggits, Park and pony Phaetons K0 different styles), ltocka ways, road and depot Wagons, warranted ol reliable make and offered ut priC( s thai completely defy competition. Great bargains this week to liiake room. ARCil. JOHNSTON. No. 8 Cortlandt street A KOAD WAGON, BY DUSE.NBURY A VAN A dtiser; a top Wagon, by Broome street Brewster; 1 stivers Road Wagon; 1 six seat Phaeton, 1 Landuu'ct, 1 Coupe, by Wood Brothers . 1 Victoria, 1 extension top Cabriolet, I Depot Wagon, 1 side Spring. I light top Ex press, 2 o|fn do., I sulky, lu second liann Kockaways of all styles, ttltKi up; single and double Harness, Sheets, Whit's, Lap shawls, ?'? WM. H. (iRAY, 80and 22 Wooster street. A ?MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER?BANK A. ruptcy sale.?United states District Court for the Southern district of New York. In the matter of Charles Watson, bankrupt Notice is tterebi^iven that the un dersigned, the assignee in bankruptcy? Charles Watfon. will sell at public auction, on Saturday. May 31, at II o'clock, fit BaRKEK A ? IIASE'S City A action Mart and New York Tattcisail's, corner of Broadway and Thirty ninth street, a pair of valuable Truck Horses; also Tiui K, Harneis, Ac. JOHN H. PLATT, Assignee, Ac., 40 Wall street. A FEW GOOD WORK HORSES, ALSO A LIGHT Hi ise tor a < oupt or phat ton tor snle. To be seen ut IWi Elizabeth striet. 4 T REASONABLE FBI' ES, EVERY STYLE J\l Pony Phaetons, Cabriolets, Depot Wagons. Lnndaulets, Rock iwnys (open and close). Buggies. S'faaTS DELL, No. 7 Washington place, rear New York Hotel. \ LOT OF TOP BUGGIES, ROAD WAGONS, EX J\. pros*, Grocery nnd light Business Wagons fur sale cheap. '.48 West rwent v-sevc nth strict, bctwu u Eighth and Ninth avenues. A _ hand Carnages, Futnily Kockaways, Top and Open Buggies, Pony Phaetons Groi ers' and Busito ss Wagi ns, a: great'-,? reduced prices. 141 West Broadway, mar Caiiul street. Arrived again-,5. c. deyo, ok jackson city, Michigan, with f-2 head ot those fine Horses, single, double and -.idd.'i at A. s i hntnherlin's stiiMe, between Ia'Xington and Third avenues. Twenty-fifth street. A -.'1ST FINISHED AND FOR SALK, A HAND J\? some s(t ..in front shifting glass panel Coach, of the l"'si material, stylt and llnisn. a.so .1 sect.ml band Clnrer.' c. a two ?wat Depot Wagon and a I'onv Phaeton, all In good 01 d( r. nptilv at I K WOOD'S carriage fac tory, 219 and 2^1 West Nineteenth street. 4 ?BREWSTER NO TOP PHAETON, GOOD AS .iV. new, with Pole and Sliatts; cti.l'. u-eil half a sea son, al.-o a Coupe; l>><ttl of thesi Wagons lire !y the B/oonit treet Brewster, lii'iuire at 29 Lafayette place. 4 -FOR HALE, ONE LANDAU. ONE PARK PIIA1 . ton. one 4 1.nd 1 sent Rocitaway, one 2-wheel Dog Cart, one l'criv Phaeton, one set ut double Harness, all ne?rl> new; to settle up an estate To be seen at M | 1 t' RLEY'S (!bi riage Factory, 109, 111 and 11.4 Lastlliir- 1 tventli street, near Fourth avenue. GENTLEMAN ABOUT LEAVING NEW YORK I will sell a beautiful and stylish Lan^auietfe, Brew ster make, in excellent order and very littte usid, with pole anil shafts, a rare rhatice. Apply to .1 W,, this forenoon, at Cunuingliaiu s private boarditig stable, 119 ami ui West Forty-filth street, A TEA '. ART, BAROUCHE, VICTORIAS, PHAETONS, J\ four and two seated top Buggies, ( !icapi -t in this city; must bo sold. 140 and 148 EUlridge street, near i.riniil and Bowery. DAY A SON. A -SHEETS, DUSTERS, LAP ROBES. WHIPS, HAL . tors. Ac , large assortment direct from factory; wholesale and retail. ARCH. JOHNSTON, No 8 Cortland! street, near Broadway. t -FOR SALE CHEAP?3 TOP WAGONS. 2 OPEN Wagons. 1 top Pony Phaeton. 2 sets of Double Har ness, 2 sets of Single hnrtiess, al M Mercer stree t, Le tween Waverlev and Clinton places. A AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES-OUR 1 M MENSE stock Carriages, comprising Family Carriages and Light Wagons. every description, 111 w and second band ; ainagc l: great haruainr. FAC.TL'KEKS- UNION, C38 Broadway. several slightly damaged: great bargain'. MANU" " A HANDSOME PARK TURNOUT FOR 8ALE cheap; a pair of blai k Hor?e?, handsome and styl ish . tear nothing. IBJ? hands high; tree drivers, great roadsters; used by present owaer iwo years and ?ar ranted sound and kind ; also a very fine victoria in per fect order; double Harness, Ac., at private stable, Zlfi West Thirty filth street, ti?ar Seventh avenue. Ask tor coachman,''George. A LOT OK HORSES FROM THE COUNTRY, KIT tor all kinds ot business; one splendid team ol sorrt I Horses, young and sound. Inquire at .'>41 ('anal street. A SOUND AND HANDSOME CHESTNUT HORSE, 15.3. Coupe Koekawa.v ; city maker; Ion Wagon, by Stivers; full seatt Coupe Harness; Single Harness; *ep arttiely of IvycUiir, OWUVt at 17 Wvtt f'iiUvUl ?UVtU HORSEH, CAKRIAUKM, AC. Auction house ok arch. Johnston (Lute Johnston A Vim Tassell). OFFICE ANl> SALESROOM. OIJ> STAND, :f7 Nuuu street opposite tue Post ofhce. THK HORBK AUCTION BRANCH OF THE HOUSE 18 REMOVED TO THK SPACIOU* PREMISES, 19, 21, 23 ANI> 29 KAST TillKTKKNTH STRKET, bctwetn Fifth avenue and University place. The business will lie conducted on precisely the name strict and honorable principles which liuve always char ai terized the dealings ot' our house anil won the respect nnil confidence ot the business community, an well an the public at larae. _ ? REGULARSALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, AT 10'i O'CLOCK Entries Iir nale may Ik- made, a* usual, either at our downtown house. S7 Nassau street, or at the mart, 19, 21, 23 ami ?S East Thirteenth street. LIBERAL. ADVANCES, AS USUAL. MADE ON CON SIGNMENTS. REMEMBER THE SALE COMMENCES AT 1?S O'CLOCK. 1 T 1'RIV.ATE SALE?AT ARCH JOHNSTON'S f j\ NEW IniUSK AND CARK1 A(!E MART, 19. 21, 23 AND 2ft KAST THIRTEENTH STREET. BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACEAND FIFTH AVENUE. TEAM ELEGANT CARRIAGE HORSES. BAY FAMILY HORSE, I.V, hands, 7 yearn old; kind ami true in all harness and under saddle; an all day tra veller; vi ry sty lisli; great euilurance; warranted sound. HAY I'O.-Y 1IORHF. MAIL PHAETON, by Brewster, of Broome street, inline order. I'ARK PHAETON, by J. R. Lawrence, in first rate order. COUPE ROCKAWAY (used but twice), by Dusenbury k Vimduser. Tt?P ROAD WAGON (side bar), by Corbctt A Co., In per fect order. AN UNRESERVED AND PEREMPTORY SAI.E BY public auction ot tine nnil highbred Trotting and FAMILY llORBEs, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, A*!., ON THURSDAY (THIS DAY), MAY 29, AT 10 O'CLOCK SI1AKI', AT PRIVATE STABLE 51 EAST S3D STREET, BETWEEN MADISON AND 4TH AVS., being the entire turnout ot a gentleman leaving the city to travel and consisting ot the choicest and most reliable stock ever offered in this city, and the special attention ot the riding I ublic Is called to the following:? Extra genteel and well behaved team ol hay Ethan Allen Geldingi-, la'., hands, 7 and K years old, raised in Vermont, and used together tor three years; are sale and reliable; very agreeable drivers; are well mated and drive evenly together wllliout lunging or pulling; are fast travellers; have been used to family carriage, and it driven lieht would trot inside of three minutes; war ranted good and true, sound and kind; broken to all harness, and splendid under saddle. Knst and blooded Hambletonian Mare, Kitty I aimer, ft years old, bright bav. 15?*'hands: sired bv Ed Everett, dam thoroughbred ; she is one of the most promising young inures in the State; was never trained hut three weeks last Fall, when she trotted in 2:48; was then pur chased by owner, and has since been used on road; is pure and open gaited ; can be driven by a ladv ; has no vices or tricks, and with training can beat *:4l); warranted sound and kind. ?... . ? Also the beautiful little Mack Trotting Mare Annie. 7 years old. sired bv tilencoe, ilain last Ethan Allen mare ; she is one of the finest bred animals In the country.; Is jet black; 1ft hands: Is all style and action; can beat 3 minutes and go five miles in Ift minutes, which feat she performed last Fall, and as a gentleman's roadster is uu. surpassed ; warranted sound and kind. Also, light two seat Phaeton, tour wheel Dog cart, nearlv new; lighi trotting Wagon,single and double Har ness, Blankets, Whips, Ac. ' R?This is one ol the finest and most reliable sales or the season, and parties wishing to purchase will do well to call and examine. Stuck on exhibition at all times at stable. A lull warrantee ol twenty tour hours on all horses. Sale positive, rain or shine. JOHN L. VANDEWATER, Auctioneer. A A -JOHN D. HAMLIN, AUCTIONEER. . ? j\. WILL SELL, ON FRIDAY (TO MORROW). MAY Sil, AT THE ELEGANT PRIVATE STABLE. No. ') WEST TWELFTH STREET, AT lll'g O'CLOCK. PROMPT, by order ol the executors, all the elegant Horses ot the late Robert L. Stuvvesant, deceased. Team ol stylish and fine dark mahogany bay coach or family Horses about l(> high. 6 and 7 years old: are at tractive ; finely formed; extraordinary style and action ; fine, free travellers ;ca.i beat 4 minutes, and ure sound anil kind. A No. 1 Team. Also the elegant Imported coupe anil saddle Horse, IMPERIO, 16 bands 1 Inch high. 7 years old; the most, elegant styled Horse in the city, either to dog cart or to saddle; finely broken: lears nothing, and sound and kind. Also the handsome, fast bay trotting horse FRED, IV> high. 7 years old; has record of 2:36; an elegant driver; very st> li?h and amiable , Is as tast as ever, il not taster, and ?oiinil and kind. . . ? Also the bay trotting horse SAM, lft'u high, S rears old; bus no put.lie record, but lis* shown private triais in 2:34 and can carry Fred to a break now: is an elegant driver, prompt and reliable and sound and k nil. These two horses, Sam and Fred, have been used as a trotting team and single, ate well known on road as n first class gentleman's road team and have seldom been beaten; have shown 2 37 together. A No an elegant and fine chestnut ponv phaeton Mare, 1ft'.4 tngli, 7 years old; Ethan Allen stock; very hand some, fine arid safe tor any lady to drive ; fine, fast trav eller. sound and kind. Al>o one fine tour-seat Phaeton. One Brewster shifting top Wagon. fine Dubois Trotting Wagon. One Ponv Phaeton, with top. Set ot double Harness, by Dunscomb. Two tela ol single. Blankets, Ac. All horses warranted kind In all linrne?s, and sound ne's lclt to tlie best veterinary surgeons' certificates upon "sal< positive, without regard to weather Stock can be feen and examined from It) till 4 ut stable, this day, and early on morning ol sale. ?FOR SALE, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLE . man. a beautiful span of bay Horses. The.v are 6 veins old. If}, hands high,,yer.v stylish and last, a great ileal ol strength in them, and free from blemish and fear less til locomotives; warranted kind and sound In single or double harm s-. Also a very fine black Horse, 6 years old Ift1,' hands high, a long mane und tall; warranted to trot in " SO; kind in single or double harness and Is fearless ol locomotives, and is sold lor no fault whatever onlr siekmss in the family. Apply to Mr. NEW BY, 111 South Fifth avenue. A GENTLEMAN OOISO ABROAD OFFERS FOR J\ sale a pair of well matched Ponies. 13 hands, young and gentle. Laving been driven lor two years by a ladv; also fine to|. Phaeton (Lawrence's) and Harness (Duns comb s), t on be seen at C. Piatt's stable, Ihirty ninth street and Sixth avenue, between 10 anil 12 o'clock. Y SET OF FINE SILVER-PLATED TANDEM IIAU j\ riess for sale cheap?Also several Side and Ruling Saddles. Cat; be seen at harness store 644 Sixth avenue. i GENTLEMAN LOOKING FOR FAMILY TURNOUT ? J\ Kirn Morgan Horse, perfect in every way, fine under ?addle: light Rockaway, Harness, Whip, Mat; separated it desired. Moore's stable, 611 Seventh avenue. ___ A ?LANDAUS. COUPES, BAROUCHES, LADIES' J\. Phaeton, Depot Wagon, Buggies, taken In exchange; will sell les- than halt price: seasonable Carriages at moderate prices. HAM. 10 l ast Fourth street. A T THE WEST SIDE CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 1,404 J\ and 1.496 Broadway, will be found a large assort ment of Roekawiiys, Depot Wagons, Park Phaetons, top and no top Buggies, Ac, and, to make room, will oiler a line of lenthei top Pon v Phaetons at $2uu i i;ch. A-FOK SALE, ONE VERY HANDSOME COUPE OR . family Horse; very stylish, sound and kind In dout e or single harness and warranted to trot in 2:50; also one Pony, fit for a lady or child to drive; one busi ness Horse. These horses are sound, and u reasonable trial allowed. Apply at 47 Great Jones street. \ LIGHT DOUBLE HARNESS. IN BEST ORDER, foi iale. Aptily at 160 West Fifteenth street. I SPLENDID BLACK HORSE, If. HANDS HIGH, J\ 6 rears old. a stylish driver, lor sale; warranted Miund and kind in double or single harness. To be sold tor w.-.nt ot use, at 413 Washington street. Bargains.?to make room we will OFFER at unheard of prices, during the present week, Rock awav Depot Wagons, Park l'haetons, top and no top and Husket I'iiat tons, Ac. 1,491 and 1,4!*; Broadway, between Forty-fourth and Forty-filth streets. /CARRIAGES? SLIGHTLY DAMAGED; GREAT BAR VJ gains, new ami second hand Carriages, every de scriptu.n: low prices. We offer great inducements, and invite purchasers to call and MANUFACTURER * 1KOSS MATCHED TROTTING TEAM, 16 HANDS. 7 I and P vears old, warranted to trot in 3 minutes b [?( the! and in 2 :MI single and are warranted sound. AI private sale at Auction Mart of WILLIAM VAN TASSI.LL, HO, 112 and 04 East Thirteenth street. I/OR SALE-A FIRST CLASS SIX-SE AT PARK I'll AE I* ton, lined with brown cloth : sleigh Runners for Win ter Will be sold with it; price $C.'i(); also otic li^ht set double Harness. u-od I ut three tlme?; iirlce SL'si. Apply U ,'A.MEs IIaRPER, 163 Court street, Brooklyn. tjsoR SALE?HANDSOME COLT, ft YEARS OLD, 16 r lands, well broke, single or double; (lark bay; kind and gentle ;n lady can drive him: has a fine gait: price tr o w l exchange for a Potiv. Can be seen nt Moor s stifle. Moiiti'ello avenue, Jersey City. Inquire ol MAN TON, i " Bri ad street. l^OR 8AI.E?CUESTNI T OELDING, EIGHT YEARS I* old ran trot in'4ft; sound and kind. Apply to II DOUGLASS. ?? Irv Ing plaei MOK SALE?A NUMBER OF HEAVY WORK IfoKSES; P hI-o large Stalls to rent; to lie seen at in on. 23ti East Twentv ii.urth strei t htdli SALE-A SPLENDID ROAD TEAM. DARK chestnut, lft(, hands, six years old . are perfect with out blemish. eau trot bitter thanthr.e minutes; are gentle for a lady to drive, and are beautiful in form and u iif.11. lilfi Bedford avenue. Brooklyn. TS,.|i SALE?A COUPE ROCKAWAY, IN GOOD RUN r ning order To be seen at (the livery stable, corner Lexington avenue and Forty-ninth street. I/OR SALE, I HEAP-ONE DOUBLE AND THREE r single Trucks; also tAvo good work Horses. ,i II SIERNS. 24 Amity street, corner Greene. F SOK SALE-ONE VERY STYLISH BAY HORSE, suitable tor dog cart or coupe. 16 hands high, 7 years old - fine natural stvle and a very free driver al?oiKita in, unt<d double Harness. Call at stables IM East fifty seventh street, near third avenue Price moderate. Clou PALE-TO PAY BOARD BILL, GRAY MARE, P Kind and sound, with sini'le lliirness and Top Buggy, Blanket and Whip. Inquire at Riding School, Hoboken, N. J. i'or bale?an elegant dark brown horse. P ISI.J hands high, H years old; sound ami kind; can trot Inside of three minutes, and can be driven either ,, nuh or double : also a Dusenhurv A Van huser top and no tot. side bar Road Wagon and a good set ot Harness by Dunscoinb. will be sold either together or separately. Inquire at 132 West Thirty-first street EIOR PALE?A ROAN MARE. 14t; HANDS HIGH; r three-quarter bred, good stepper and kind in har ness. Inquire in liquor store corner Third avenue and Seventeenth at feet I-HIR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL DAPPLED BROWN r Hor-c 6\ears old. over 16 hands high . a tree driver; warranted'sound and kind rti all harness. Apply at 142 Wist Kighfei nth street. I lOK SALE-A FOUR SEAT! D PARK WAGON MADE r to on.er l y.f It Lawrence A Co., with pole, shafts ..ill traces til In perfect order Can he seen for a few Hays at P Frv s llveiy stable, No. 4 Kaat Twenty-eighth street KlHSAl E-A YOUNG, HANDSOME HORPE; A NEW w.it. n and llainis. sultabli 'iru lusinew!, iUe Mi ? Ai i"> i hud ?tfvefc F HORIB8, c vsihi ?( . DOE MJUMWNII UATIIIO Pog EUROPE ON i JJi. ?luin?, one imir ol' sorrel Coach Horses, 16 ..r5 5 years oln ; well matched; sound and kind ?!._ !??** inquire at 22 Kn?t Scvonty-ihlai street or 62 r'"** ?'et< or 10 won at MncNainaruTstahle, next uoor to corner ol Hourth avenue nn<t Seventy third ?t. B*OR HAI.K?* BAV IIORSK, Iff It AND.* * YEA Rti litfiouV K. aii(! tree to drive; warranted, except little sore forward, $ti.v 77 New Chamber* street. <;an*I>'AN BUILT MARK; WAR Ihth ?ir"et 01 w"rk- w Ncw Chain y?HtSALE-A GOOD SOUND IIORSK, HARNESS AND Mr...,! wf'J"' lienor dealers or grocer*, Ac. full at 755 nroaiiw.i>, corner ol Eighth utreet, between 8 andr M. 1T?S or work, two pomr ?u* ..! i i ^ % hunds, H yearn; lit for ally use ; price *"?'t,uInquire at M(S ferry utreet, Iront stable ]^V)R HALE?AN elegant kxtra STYLISH BAV Aw.riri "rr?-16 yvar*t,ij>?prompt, cU.? il Iv. n I,w? "t?*poe r; does not shy. I rut or |>ull; can l>e drive n by a lady ; warranted sound and kind; will ex kange lor chcnpcr how, ~i0 V/est Forty first street. EK>S 8AI*?Sm for a GOOD UUHT COUPE rock ? IW . a.w"y' . V.'r a cl,y "'"do top Doctor's Phaeton and ?im lor a Kindle Harness. ut stable, 145 East Fortieth st. If0** HALE?A ,,()NY BUILT HORSK, KKiHT YEARS ... i.Jioi m, ,or work i t,ricc tl'b; ?old lor want ol use. r.18 Charles street. Jj'OR SALE?HORSK, WAGON AM) I1ARNKSS, COM x plele, property of a gentleman deceased, for hall its value : loo Wagon, squaro box, city maker ; also liar new; both newi November last; a tiptop road or lannly Horse at BROWN A DAVIS' stables, 128 West Thirtv second .street. IjlOR SAKE?A VERY BEAUTIFUL AMD STYLISH I bright bay Horse. 15,!^ hands high ; perfectly sound 229. 'P"' ",on ' I'"11 al,d can tr<d in 2:50or no sale ; price Itii|aire at private stable IK! West Thirty-second st. WOR SALR-BY A GENTLEMAN IN EUROPE, A f ?tyfound carrliiKc Horses; price $1,(1110. before Ho^ock'1' sta ' No- 7 Ka,it F?"y-second street. LHlRSALK-llORSK, WAGON \ N II HARNESS; ALSO vate ?tnhJ.,'ir,!?i.?ir';w w*,r rolilt W"K"". Inquire at pri vate stable ?7 Christopher street, near Hleecker. L^OR SALE?JUST FROM CORTLANDT COUNTY, ONE hichp?v??^ ili1,nVcarrtttK" |i"rs?". brown, 15.H Man.Is v.rVJ'iv?. i ? ' ('l"Ht'1y matched; line, natural style and mrtinZr r."! warranted sound ?nd kind in every |aill<UlAI , tills It fun Iijim V'l i'Ht euduruilcr mill will nit prove every day. Call at .tables 5t Ka?t K , ' sii eet, near Third avenue. Price moderate. m I^ORSALR?ONE BAY IIOItSE, 17 HANDS 1IIOII 7 .Jf"!* "L'1' wcwht 1,400 Ills sound in every way aiid l?i v MMUri?riilhaVyi trHV , KV l""Kl"'? l,r ' urtiiiL-; also one buy Mure, H hand* high, 7 yearn old, a pond traveller ? ftl.soa learii of bay PonieH, 13 hands high, nuitable lor li,V truckliiKi sound and kind lJ*?. '?!?* * Trucks; all sold for wantol use and iniistbe sold ltnmedlaiely. Inquire ol R. II. hoaolanii foot ol ll&tli street, hast Kiver. tlOR RALE-AN EXCKLLKNT PAIR OK FAMILY V i.lf .'. iV.b b,iy'.H iV,,;irH olJ'W ???''?>? ''lull, sound k?.Mt Ti .'.^ . ? . cheap. Cun be seen at stable ,\H .m. r t .V. r f'1 81 rc'''1' hu,"r? tlie mornini! and alter .tinthe altvriioon, until Friday cveiiiiiu. Will be sold toitetlier or separate. U'ORSALE?A NEW (INK HORSE WINDLASS TRUCK h... i","c second hand full sixed double Truck, one sccotnl hand (.rocers' Wouon.at Nos. S, 5 and 7 Macdougal street MOOBg ,t MANOR. Lj^OR HALE?AT PRIVATE STABLE 142 EAST THIRTY 1*1 ?wet, a second llaiubletoiiiaii brown Mare, , ' hand-, 0 years old; can trot close to 2:50; i? a verv price $6,"? a"d will be warranted in every respect; TP0?, KALE-AN ELE(iANT HA\ HORSE, Iti HANDS J hiKli, lor carriage or coupe; sound ami kin<l in W/'X1? ?;y?'T leaves i he city. I no!, ire Thirty llrst street farmers' Club stable, lli- West |3H)B fALB?THB CARTING OK A LARGE DRV X goods house. Including two double trucks and llorses. Address CARMAN, box 4,:W5 Post olllce. L^OR SALE?TWO VERY STYLISH PARK OR ROAD Horses, not long from the country; all well broken and all aid ol nothing ; one superior lady's horse ; all war rantcu. lM Jano Htrect. Pjt SALE?A MERANGER COLT, 1.'," HANDS, TROTS all 1, ,'lnl*7!$i,'to,- "'"y ,""r-? f,i l'?nds. kind in all harness, $150; both warranted. Call lor tluce days at Ai9 East I weutv-nintli street. IjlOR SALE CHEAP?A FULL SPRING BREWSTBR I /on ?agon m good order. Applvat fJ President street, corner Van Brunt, South Brooklyn, for three days. l^OR RALE CHEAP?A VERY HANDSOME YOUNG 1 Mnre;sound, kind and gentle; suitable lor a lady to rule and drive ; color chestnut; line mane and tail. "Ad dress box 4,855 Post olllce. lj>OR SALE (lit EXCHANGE?A HORSK, 15\ HANDS X iiit'll, troth in 46, lor a large voupe horne. H. KLIas, ni Broadway. /JOINC TO EUKOPE.-WILL SELL A HANDSOME i blft^kMiirclor lady'M driving; also a Pair ol Kinglf beautitul Bays; 1<> haiidn high. Apply nt once at 'S7 Went 1 wcnty-Mxth street. nORSKN FOR KALE.?ONE OOOD STEPPER, 17 bands high; one gentle and kind, for ladv t<>drive: for <-n.?b wr tuerrhandific ; a Coupe Kockaway, co?t $l.nm good ah new, for ? 8 r BmITH, Frankfort Hoaae, Kt William gir?t. nO&SBS, OABS1AOS8, IO., WILL BE TAKBK IN pan payment for all or any portion of $I2,immi worth of elegant Furniture, in four story houw on Murray Mill near Kilth avenue. Ad drew box 4,786 New York Post office. Handsome iialk spring wagon made hy Hates, only used a lew times; ulan Single Harness llrst class. Price lor both. 9>:-too HOYEV'S STABLE, 141 East Sixteenth street. Harness?por the track, u??ai>. park, farm business and pleasure use; also saddles. Bridles and' llorseiurnlsliing Goods ol every disoriptioli ~t\ 1c nnd grade; Single Harness, $h to $2nn per si t; Double, *lu u> $1,000per wL C. M. MOSEKAN A BRO. Manutucturcrs, 114 chambers sireet. Harness.?the cheapest harness store in New York. A good Double Truck llaines>. $30- a good grocer's Harness, J.To. a good inilkmun's Harness, *?10: a good buggy Harne?s, lianil iimde, 817; a good stable Blanket, will sell cheaper than ever on account of moving on or before June 1. Please call nnd examine lor yourselves. KISIIER A OSBORNE, 4:t Murray street. Harness, saddles, horse clothing car riage Robes, Lap Dusters, Kly Nets and a larue variety ol Saddlery Goods always on hand. C. B. SMITH A CO., 40 Warren street, New York. J.JARNLSS A'I RKIAIL. Our immense ?tock of single and double Harness." Sail dies, and all Horse Furnishing Goods; best work at the lowest prices. milli.k, Morrison a co ?B6 BROADWAY. IADY'S SADDLE HORSE FOR SALE?THOROUGH J bred; C years old; sound and gentle in nil respects price S-i00. 'lo be seen at owner's stable belore 1 o'clock, southeast corner ol Madison avenue and Twenty tilth st.' T IVERY STABLE, EXPRESS AND HACKING BUSI tJ neas, at Treinont, near Harlem Railroad station to lease (none In place). Applv to GEORGE W. llOJER "is4 Third avenue. New York. NK IMPORTED FRENCH LANDAU AND ONE B A - rotiche for sale cheap. Apply at 262 Hudson street. 0 IJONY PHAETONS-EVERY DESCRIPTION. PoPI ? Inr prices; depot Wagons in great variety, two i-l" "ant six seat extension-top Phaetons, Park Wai'ons. light Rockaways, lowprices. MAN I KACTl REUS' UNION. CW Broadway. "OHAETON FOR SALK-BUIL1 BY LAWRENCE; 1 bus been one season in the country: is as good as' new; ulio u double Set ol Harness, uv West Thiriy.sev enth street, in the Iced store. CPEED?FOR SALE. A BROWN HORSK, s YEARS 0 IH'.j hands high; will show J 50 single or double or lio sale; warranted. Apply at stable, 55First street. CKCONIJ HAND AND SLIGHTLY SOILED c\R. ? ? rmges barg?ln?; T Can, English Dot Cart. Depot Wog< n several Rockaways, lop iind open Bugiri ?. niioi, seal Wauoli. I'onv Phaeion. ..jump MANI KACTl REUS' UNION, KM Rroadwny. CTAPI.E T() LET-ON MURRAY MILL, BETWEEN 1 Lexington and Third avenues, suitable lo>- a private stable, or ? livcr.v stable, or an erpress stable. Inquire at 533 Third avenue, or I5N Thirtv filth stri ct. rpo LET-FIRST CLASS HORSES PHAETON. ROAD I Wagons and light vehicles of all des< rijitions. to suit the most inslidlous. at the Waverlv stKtiles, 147 to 151 West Thirty flllh street, between Broadwav ami seventh ave nne. JENKINS A RYAN. UTANTED? A SINGLE OR A PAIR OF IIGRsKS ?ith harness ami carriage, for which excerent Board in the country will he irlvi n lor their use. Anniv to ( IIARLES t- ISIlEll, New York Hotel 11/ANTED-A COUPK ROCK AWAY ; M UST BK MOD . ' ["-/"V mad?, in first class order, and cheap iur cash. Address, lor one day, It., box l.'.'M Cost ofllee. ll'ANTED- IIONKKY OR SHETLAND PONY WITH ?? Wagon and Harnens; must be perloctlv trained sale for small children, sound, kind and sold at a low price. Adilresn It , box 4,(?l Post ottlce. VVANTED?A DOUBLE SET OF SILVER OR GOLD '' mounted Harness, medium weight and ol llrst class make, but little worn, cheap. Address HARNESS. Herald olllce. iy ANTED?A PAIR OF CARRIAGE. HORSES, ABOUT ?? I5'4 hands; bav prelci rcd Aildres., staling where horses can be seen and lowest cash price, F. M. L box C35 Post olllce, New York. -THIS WILL BIY YOUNG PONY, GOOD light Jaggcr Wagon and Harness; nlso two ress Waiions and young Mare lor sale. IM Eiifhth nue, corner Twenty nitli street. Kfl -BAY IIORSE. 7 YEARS OLD, 16 HANDS team and truck Horses, $3ft); |wht truck' double or single, $INI; must sell; closing business 4is Eighth avenue, corner 1 hirty-tlrst street. Q.-J- FOR HORSK. CARRIAGE. HARNESS AC 'tP'f 4 ?' not a more stylish horse m the citv; t.av Mor gan, sound and kind;carriage and harness nearly new UNDERBILL'S Stables. 54 Lafayette place'. Q',7 \ K'iR A VERY STYLISH MORGAN IIORSE EUROPE. THK, QUKKN'S HOTEL. NEAR THE URY8TAI tin i!?J!??? I?r'r. ^rT0<Kl' '?on-lon?To tourists and tfn. pleasant and most salubrious posl tl hi, ( oinbined with the comlort altorded and its ftenerai nmnugement, have made the Oiieen's Hotel a lavonte rtaort vi the upyvf ranks vf Englitii tuvicty, JTO, FOR HO, FOR THE MOUNTAINS, SARATOGA, LOW! RnANCIL NEWPORT, CAT* KILLS. NIAGARA, * I>A K E GEORGE. TRAVELLERS^ TOURISTS, uiiil those who seek a country rctn a? tn the warm season, will find thousands of articles foi SUMMER USE and SUMMER WEAR attht GRAND CENTRAL ESTABLISHMENT of ?j ? ? ???? ? * * ? * * ? V* ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ???*# ? ? MAC* ? *0 0. # * ?l ?? *? *? ? S ? ? ? t ?' ?tV ????? ? ? ? ? 5* ?? TRAVELLING BAGS, ICE PITCHERS, Mosquito Nets, Shade Hats, Sun Umbrellas, Shawl straps. Ladles' Regatta Hats, Yacht Chairs, LADIES' SAILOR SUITS, Bathing Shoes, Bathing Cups, PALMETTO I1AT8, SEASIDE SCARFS, Gardening Sets, Croquet Set% Weather Barometers. View Glasses Toilet Smoothing Irons, STATIONERY ANIi NOTE PAPER, Students' Lamps. Folding Candlesticks, Fluting Machines, FOI,DING CIIAIR8, FOLDING SETTEES, Verandah Chairs, Clothes Hampers, Steamer Chairs, Travellers' Whisk* Hammock*. Colapsible Cu.>s, LUNCn BASKETS FOR PICNICS, Picnic Crackers, Ac., ? 'amp Chairs, Palm and Jap Fans, WHITE GLYCERINE and NEGLIGEE SLIPPER^ Toilet Articles for Dressing Oases, the complexion. Sponges and Bath Gloves LADIES' LINEN SUITS. Tarrant's Seltzer. Jamaica Ginger. Gauze Underwear. NOVELS, Magazines and all the light literature of the day for SUMMER READING, sent to any address desired as soon as issued. R. II MACY A CO., Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue. A LADY HAS AN ENTIRE RIDING SUIT, WHICH she would dispose ot at a low price; it is invisibls blue cloth, trimmed with Hercules braid and buttons; In cludes jacket, skirt ami pants; the hat I* a tall silk one, new ; the habit lias been worn a hall dozen times: 11 cost SI 1 HI, will lie sold lor (35. Address Miss PRIM, station F, New York. IilOUJiTAIN'8 INDIA STORE.?CHINESE, JAPANESE 11 ? 111 East India Dress Goods, Chinawnre and curiosi ties. Pineapple Gauzes lor seashore and summer wear. KJ9 Broadway, up stairs, opposite Wallack's Theatre. I Ml AW. J. Hair! Hairl Hair! The largest stock of Human Ilair Goods In the city at SHAW'S, 364 Bowery, corner of Fourth Street, and .t6S Sixth avenue, between Twenty-second and Twenty third streets, up staits. SHAW'S Patent Hair Switches, can be combed and brushed. $1 each. Human Hair, cheapest and best iu the market, fchort lluir Swilchs, t- each and upward. French Switches, $r>. Curls, $1 and upwards. Latest Styles alw avs on band. M ORITZ DINKELSPIEL, 737 Broadway, opposite Astor place. Our great Cleurlng Out Snle, Clearing Out Sate, Clearing out Sale, is to he continued during the present mouth, and we now offer Still Greater Inducements, Still Greater Inducement#, Still Greater Inducements than ever before, than ever before, than ever before. ami invite the ladies to a visit, when next promenading Broadway. Laces, Ribbons, oilks, Ties, Passementeries, Buttons, small Ware?, Ac., Ac., at tremendous bargains. Our salesladies willingly show all goods, and are polite and attentive. MORITZ DINKELSPIEL, 737 Broadway, opposite Astor place. Notice?Ten per cent refunded In cash on every pur chase above $1. CMITII'S PATTERN RAKVAR. 914 BROADWAY. BE O tween Twentieth and Twenty tlrst streets.?New im ported styles from Paris and Berlin. Beautilul changes. Patterns ol them now ready. Endless variety. Patterns titled to the lortn; warranted pcrlect. The i nly place that import* Fashions mid sells Pattern* of them. Ex amine and see lor yourself. Uotli Models with each Pattern. Come early in tin-day. A. BURDETTE SMITH, 914 Broadway. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING. 1)AUIS MILLINERY.?MADAME FKRRKRO, NO 7 West Thirtieth street, has now choitv styles of Bon nets and Round Huts lor the Summer season, Leghorn", black and white Chips, new Flowers, Veils, Ac POST OFFICE NOTICE. I)osT OFFICE NOTICE X I he malls for Europe during the week ending Satnr (l?v May Iwill flow; At thin office oil Wednesday, ui "12 .*1., on Thursday at II A. M. and on Saturday nt nil.I II a. M. TlloMAS L. JAM US, Po (master M VAt'llTN, HTI3A HIIOATH, A ( . liloH SALE- A XK1V H INCH SINGLE SCUM, SHELL P for il sold ut onee, at O EORUE KUAIIK'S, fool of Thirty-fourth street, North River. L"SOR SALE uheap?a fast schooner kkkr. F yacht, two years old, In perle< t order, I' tons old measure IIlent, 'J7 leet long. 21) feet beam, depth S fetl, draughtlilfeet Address UfcO. C. AKEKI.Y, 214 Front street. New York. \flU(iANY, SPANISH CEDAR, lor Boat Builder*, and a 11 Kinds ol Hard \N nod, In Log.-, l'lanks. Boards and Veneers. I. I-.OKU K M READ * CO.. Mill mid Ynnl I si; to 2 'i l.< wi- ?ireet, . corner ol sixth street. East Itivi-r. rpi'G BOATS nut SAI.! NEW, 1'Alii, CI FEET OVER I nil, salted I'll the *fo)-li.s one three y< ? ri? ,.!?!. Cf" (eel long, 11x12, engine good us new, will I" -old < licau; new 14*12, 45 feet long. Apply to K. I.'. F'JliCE, No.-. i #Dd J I>ey street, room ft. \\' ANTED?TO BUY OH CHAtUKK. A LI<>111 H draught Steamboat; must lie ly, smtabU lot passenger* ami freight, is well as . upal>i<! ol standing heavy weather. Address J. W. KMUl.KY, 160 Broad way. room 3. ACI1T FOR HALE?A SCHOONER YACHT. 57 TONS plete order, street. Port ^ o. in.; coppered - eentre-honrd; In complete order. Address.). M. CHI KCIlII.L, 221 Commercial street, Port land, Me. ilenn -1 R sale, cabin sloop yacht, very i[P?)im7, fast and able running and standing rl?ginn and sails are tiew; cabin nicely furnished and ready lot use. Apply to JAMES JEROLAMAN, loot of Eighty ninth street. East lUver, or to J. S. MACDUFF, 77 Blcetkvi street. <3t1 (WW! ?wanted, a small, cabin yacht, 'P I .'M Ml, must lie w ell found and in complete order. with all sails, Ac. WESLEY WEBBER, 92 Broadway. lt>in n(t(l WORTH OF BOATS, ALL SIZES AND "PlU.UUU kinds; 50 srfond hand ship? BimfJ cheap, at my shops, 36M and 373 South street. 114th street, Harlem River. STEPHEN ROBERTS. WANTED III PI.'RCH.HK %Vr ANTED?A STATIONERY AND PAPER STORE, ?? ready stocked, and doing mlr trade; must be on reasonable terms, and located oti "<Uth or r ightli aveuue. Principals onlv noticed. Address F. S., 4C8 Broatlway. ? PROPOSALS* VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN FHAT PURSOAlIt TO IN section 3, ol chapter 838, of the laws ol IK73, pro posals for publishing and distributing the t ify Record ft>r one year, In accordance with ihe specification* llltxl In the office of the Mayor of the clt.v o New York, In the City Hall In said citr. wlU be received at said office until Tuesday, June S, pros , at 12 o'clock noon, at which hout the bids will he opened and read, and th? award ol the contract made a? soon thereafter as practicable. Each proposal will Ik- enclosed in a sealed envelope endorsed, "Proposals tor Publishing and Distributing ths city Record," and must be made iu strict conformity t? the specifications aforesaid. The m-i urity required on the contract will be 9101*<0. I ' WILLIAM F. HAVEMEYl.R, Mayor. UEOROK M. \ AN NORT. Commissioner of Pubhc Works. E. DK LA FIELD SMITH. Counsel to th? Corporation. Niw Yom, May >7, l?iA

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