Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 16, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 16, 1873 Page 2
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? CITY ItEAI, E8TATB FOR tLM.V.. Central. SH)R BALE?ok THE BOULEVARD, A FIRST CLASS plot of Ave Loth, on the corner of feventy-sixth street; price $H7,900; terms easy. Apply to A. P. BRIT ToN, 11 Wallaireet, room II. T3GR SALE-A MODERN TI1RKE STORY HIGH STOOP _T brown stone House, near Lexington arrnue and Fifty lBth street ; price $22,000. or will rent for $J,0t)0: the liouse i- beiiij; put in eaoeilent order. V\M. A E. A. Ci:riKSH AN'K, corncr Broadway and Forty-fourth ?t. FUR SALE-Fol'R SToRY HIGn STOOP RROWN .stone II..u?e. between sixth a\cime and Broadway, anJ atnive Forty -second street; food neighborhood; has l>t en puintrd anil decorated throughout; price ?32,000, With Gaa Fixtures ami Mirrors. WILLIAM A E. A. CRUIXSHAXK, Corner Broadway and Forty fourth street. For saij-'-IN wks-t twelfth street, piintLi ward, a neat three story and basement brick Dwell Jng, in complete order; very little casli required; price $11,01)0; do. a four Mory brick Store Property, la Wert Sixteenth street, hetwern Seventh and Eighth avenues , price (9,.*00, Apply to JOHN STEWaBT.TBI Weat Six teenth street. Km at Side* CORNER FOR FALE-SECOND ATENTTE AND Thirtv-flrst Mrcet, 910.0 cash; four story ; size 21x50; pos-essum immediately, or will lease lor 1Uyears; agents allowed commission. PRAY, 2.920 ihlrd avenue. For Mir ruil OF LOT NORTH SIDE OF FIP tietli street. between Broad wa> and EixtiUi avenue: sizo 37i.M feet. For lurUitr particulars call on JOSEPH K UAL, 1.41H Broadway. FOR RAf.E OR TO LEASE?HOUSE 93 SECOKD avenue; usett as a liuLci, at $24,500. Apply at 103 East Tenth street. OOQ KAST FORTY EIGHTH STREET.?FOURSTOllY higli stoop brown stone, elegantly painted; terms easy. Apply to v* uer, L. MENDKLSON, 7IKm lau street. MTnut S1?lc. A BARGAIN-THREE STORY HIGH STOOP brown stone. Forty-*venth street, between Sixth avenue and Broadway ; eleguntlv finished and frescoed throughout; perfect oruer; all improvements; price, with Axmuister Carpets. Mirrors. shades and Qas Fix tures,$27,5>>0. if 'old Initnediutely. Address or apply ta T. C. B., 15 East Forty-sixth street. A?FOR SALE CHEAP. BEST SMALL MODERN ? three storv House in Firth ward ; not much cash required; uImj trame Dwelling on York street, near Canal. JAMES PRICE, 200 Hudson street MUST BE SOLD?THREE STORY BROWN STONE liou so, U1 East Fiftieth street; all modem improve ments; painted and treseoed ; first class neighborhood. W J HARPER, H62 Third avenue._ Riverside pa it k lots?for sale cheap, three or six full Lots near the above Park. For lull partic ulars apply to F A. DoKLGER, 28 Park row. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE AVI) TO LET. JJERALD BRANCH OFFICE?BROOKLYN. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT Ol'R BRANCH OFFICE, OJ TnE long ISLAND SAVINGS bank BUILDING, CORNER OF FULTON AV. AND BOERUM ST. OFFICE OPEN FROM 3 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON SUNDAY from 3 TO 9 P. M. CARRIERS AND AGENTS' DEPARTMENT NO. 7 FRONT street. BROOKLYN. IflOR sale?CORNER BRIDGE AND PLYMOUTH streets, 100x83; and Plymouth street, 100x24',,; pos session immediately. THOMAS kelly, 86 Jay street Great sacrifice?block of lots, near nos trandavenue and Rapid transit Hue; little cash re quired. but must be sold or exchanged to close estate. Address DULL, 240Broadway. WESTCHESTER COCSTY PROPERTY FOR SALE AM) TO RENT. AT YONKERS, ON BROADWAY?a first class Hotel to let. SO rooms, gas; could be filled at once; rent almost nominal first year. OfiDEN A CLARK, Broadway, corner of Seventeenth street. Avery handsome place at dobbs' ferry, 7 ucrex. water front, line fruit. Ac.; house well lur nished ; only $1,SM>. W.M. TUCKER, 230 Fittli avenue. jn.RA.ND OLD WESTCHESTER COMBS NEXT.? Brilliant auction sale by order of Hon. cx-Mayor Opdykc and Edward K. WUlard, Esq. Monday, June 16, Property Situated on Woodlawn Heights, Twenty-fourth ward, New York city, a? annexedSeventh regiment band; Banquet on the preen; Weeks, caterer; Harrison. For lull particulars read auction advertisement, or call for maps ami free tickets on J ERE. JOHNSON, Jr., 21 Park row, New York. O (TH WARD, CITY OF NEW YORK.?IT YOU Jjit don't get tree tickets in time for the special eleven o'clock truin on Harlem Railroad, from Forty-second street, to attend the great sale of 8)0 l.ota, by JF.RK. JOHNSON, ut Woodlawn, on Monday, June 16, bv order of ex-Mayor < ipdyke. buy your tickets for the 11 -.40 train to Woodlawn. See auction advertisement. OfTll WARD, NEW YORK CITY, AS ANNEXED.? ^ 1 (treat sale, by order or liou. ex-Mayor Opdyko, of too splendid Lots, on Woodlawn Heights, Westcliester county, on Monday, June Hi. Read JERK. JOHNSON'S advertisement in another column, and cull for tree fn-lters aid maps on auctioneer,*) lark row. New lork. f)J Til WARD, CITY OF NEW YORK.?IF YOU j? t don't get free tickets in time lor the special eleven o'clock train, on llarletu Railroad, from Forty-second street, to attend the great sale of hoi l ots, by JERK. JOHNSON, at Woodlawn. on Monday. June 16, by order of ex-Mayor Opdykc, btiv your ticket* lor the 11 :i0 train to Woodlawn. sec auction advertisement. FACTORY PROPERTY. PAC1 OKIES AND RESIDENT PROPERTIES F&R C sale, Paterson, N J. Steady water powers. Cheap coal. Low freight*. Skilled labor. One hour Irom New York. Canal, lour railroads, ltn dallv trains. J. fisHer satterth w aite, io Fine street PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT. All wanting farms.?for bale?to farmers, gardeners and (arm Ul?>rers from the old Country Good Farm I.alids, virgin toll, at $26 per acre, on six years' credit. The soil is a good, productive loam, near the great market-, ot New Ytrkand Philadelphia, by rail road, w here Horn 20 to *0 acres constitute a good tarm, when partly planted to iruit From Ibis locality ? grratcrquMn'.iiy and variety ol fruit is sent to market than from any other place ol equal area in tlte United states. It Uin the uudst ol h thriving community, wiUi good roads, stores, schools and manufactories. Female mem bers ot tamilic* and others can procure good W"rk at straw sew ing. ?.liot work, button making, clothing work and other I.ranches Many English. Irish and Sco:ch farmers have settled and are prosperous Number* of gardeners from the vicinity of New York are locating. Farming i? more profitable than West, on account of the markets. Apply to JOHN I* P AGE, 102 Park place, two doors from West street, New York. Papers containing lull Information w ill lie sent free of charge. ABEAUTIFCI. COUNTRY SEAT To LET?NEAR New Bambnrr, tm the Hudson; brick mansion, f.'ixBS, contains every modern Improvement, elegatflly ? nd completely furnished; greenhouses, hot and cola graperies, choii-c fruit and extensive vegetable garden, coachhouse, icehouse, porter's lodge : the grounds are in charge ot a gardener, lodge keeper and asmatants. kichard v. Harnett, III P.road way, room F. basement. T c'ooVKRSToWN. n J? ON < ITS EGO LAKE AMI Susquehanna River, on railroad west of Albany, near Sharon and Richfield Sprintra,several fine Dwelling* for sale or to let, lluildinu Lots, at a bargain. For pam phlets describing this locality of Cooper's leather Stock ing Tales slid information applv to ItEFU.s F. McIIARG, 77 Cedar street. < r II II WALKER, Coopers own, A BEAUTIFUL PLACE ON THE HUDSON-SUIT, able lor a gentleman's residenc; can Iks seen at anytime. For further j articular* address Mr?. GRACE ~i. HENRY, Verplancks. Westchester county, N. T. E AN ELEGANTLV KfRMSIIED HOUSE, AT ORANGE, N. J.; one at Ralnvay; beautiful Places to let on {?'ootid, Lomr Island and Muten Island. WILLIAM TUCKEIt, 220 Fifth avenne, above T? enty-sixth street. /1RANBERRIES- ('KANBERRIES.?1THREE CKAN I^err> lract~ near Totn? IMver, New Jersey, in excel lent condition, lor sale at moderate price..-; easy terms; titles good; Mii< investment ', profit per cent yearly; coinini sioti b t.roner^ Address CRANBERRY M.O?, Be raid odAce. /lUTTAGB I' MKT i 'HEAP- $ftJ0 TO WV OF MAY, S 1874. suitable for one or two fanilies; contains IS rooms, hree .eilers three kitchens; coachhouse and Mabb ? for two pair of hows and carriages, about two a< res ot lai d .1 i' ii minutes'drive Irum i.oney Island; < ars pa?? !Ih |oviiom> everv tliie'-n minutes For par tfcular- inquire at Mr. E. RIDLEY'S house, Griiresend, i IDt.EY A SON, Ni 3U9 ilruiil street. New Twfc WARM OK "So ACRES, SMALL IIOI BK AND WELL r tri iteil: healthy location; accessible by railroad and near market-. will sell whole or part. lorln'orma lion an t i m nrsioti ticket- apply to JOHN II. PAGE, l?R! I nrs pint e i i r Wet -iieet, New ^ urk. rOR SAI.r?AT I'AMRAPO, OS THE SHORE, A TWO * -ion tr.ioi I Ions* trice Jl.fOO: terms to suit. 11) JOSEPH LEMAlKE I'amrupo. V .1 VOK SAI.E-A PLEASANT CO I NT BY HEAT IN THE A suburb- m llarttord ' onn 'I he estate consists of a larS1' stone lo u e ?nh 17 seres of Istid. For photo giapluc vi' us ami a i'.i tailed description ol the property applv to I. J. BESTOR, i so.. Msiu street. Ilariford. or to Mr. 11111.111- ABB'iil', at the law office ot Messrs. Keller A- H!nk'\ re "tn i IK Murray 'rcet New York city. I/OR SALE?A VERY DESUtAHLE RESIDENCE. IN J1 flic In nutilul town nl Stroudfburg, t ear the Dela ware Water fiiip ; over one acre in ehoi e truit tree, uti'l shruliberv; good spring water, fine scenery an t pure mountain air price ?'.',tsn Aildrc. sTooDELL (iTOKIS, Uroudsburg, Monroe county, l'a. "L,,.)R sale-a Handsome residencr, with all Improvements; location A No. I, on Qroadstreet; will be -old low and on easy terms to close an estate: price m,mn. BROOKS A l ONSELYEA, under First National Uan'.^ Newark, N J. FOI! WALE \ I'lNP COnfTBY RX8IDBNI I.. NBAS Madison, N. i ; 17 acres ground; good house and bams; plenty fruit and shade frees; will be so'd cheap. For terms. Ac . apply toT & \l. JOIIN.sON, a*i Broadwuv. Ti-'OR SALE-AT DARIEN, OONM., A CHARMING Place of about three acres; large sinl well divided bouse ; rood barn an I oulbildine .fruit, garden ; slmrt distance from the sound , pood ll.-ning, licating and bath lug. JAB EH PKICE, JCH Hudson street. Furnished and unpubnibhsd hocsbs to let?All along the Hudson Itiver, at r< luced rents. Particulars with S. KMBERSON, ?iw Sixth avenue, be tweeu Tblrty-eightli and Tbirtv-ninth streets. I biro BRANCH rOR SALE, TWO PLOTS ok I', j acres each, finely located near Ocean avenue; price and term- moderate. JAMES Pitlf E 'MX) Hudson streat. MONTCI.AIR.?A NEAT COTTAOB, BlOHl ROOMS, of an acre of land: stable; for sale or let ALLtN A UOWL. No 6W PiM? llrtet. phopekpt out or thk city vor bale OH TO rent. "V^EW YORK BAY-PAMRAPO, N. J.-107 FEET ON -y. shore by 230 deep ; 22 minutes by railroad from loot bJr T?__ kET?FlJRNISHKD, W MINUTES FROM CITY Hall, beautiiul Country Place, Atone mansion; fine b".Ti;.K tm?h,,firWM; ?'d SarUcn- *** J. KWflER SATTERT1IWA1TK. 10 PlD? street. rpo RENT. EURMBHED-ON the banks op tiie .T l fcdnewoo?l, Ilrde Park, 2k miles from I ourbkreMe. the Residence of the late Jotin R. stn \ ve f"!i greenhouse, icehouse, ?c. inquire . L? ?*nBlnniw on the i>rr miaou of JOHN R. SL'YVK hANT, or ol KOBEKT SA^DFORD, Poughkeepsie. T?, BEWT?COTTAOB and two acres, bayside, ^h.irt.'K.V?.il!>n i5- N?ck B?y ?n<l Sound, good 2 I ?"h,n,t *"ke " n'c'wk A.M. train troa Huater'a Point; return 1 m or 2:40 P. M o. O. BKNNET, N& 9 Pine street IlEAl EHTATE TO EXtnAMlili. AN KLKflffNT W.ACK at BAYSIDE, WITH con siderable cash to exchange tor a well located House in this city. MARTIN DUNN, 202 Broadway. AW ELEGANT SO FOOT UOUsK NEAR MADISON ? venue: $SM)00; equity $19,000; to exchanac lor country place; free and clear; at Nvack, Elizabeth or OraaM?; worth $4,000 ami $11,000 cosli or mortgages. JWILLIAM il ( h I- It 220 Filth avenue. For ex^tianoe.?mo acres land will be ex changed lor Merchandise or other Property; good water power, some timber and flag stone quarry, on the trauk. Address box 26 East struudsburg, Pa. For sale ok exchange?or buy for cash, a line Parm ol' 118 acres, within two miles from Hunt ington station, Long Island. 27 miles Ironi New York; will uxchjinge ;ur a IIuum: in Now York or Brooklvu. In iuirc at lf? Greenwich street. New York. IpOR SALE OB EXCHANGE FOlt CITY PROPERTY? Splendid Country Seat*, Farms, Houses. Ac . in the best sections of New Jersey nnd convenient to city. _ KELI.Y BRojriERH, 205 Brwadway. IfOR SALE?AT A BARGAIN, OH WOULD KX changc lor Bo* Lumber, two choice lots, on wide avenue, leading to Prospect Park, Brooklyn. S. C. CAKY, ho. 5 Hudson street. New York. FOR SALE?OR EXCHANGE FOR BEAL ESTATE, an establlshoil Cash Business, paying f rom $60 to $80 a week ; business eaaily understood ; prloe $1.5)0, reason lor selling other btialneu, which must be attended to. Address EXCHANGE. Herald office. d?Q OOH WORTH OF YANKEE HAY FORKS. VO.vMmJ with Patent lor same, for sale; will trade lor Farm, riiiburl.au Property, Brooklyu liouso or Lots. Apply at 84 Centre street REAL ESTATE WANTED. WANTED. ?MY LIST OF nOL'SES IS HOW BEING made up lor the Hummer and Fall trade: all hav ing houses and lots lor sale or exchange will call or send full particulars. MARTIN DUNN, 2C? Broadway. KPEiiAL NOTICES. -FINAL NOTICE. 10,000 CASH GIFTS, $500,000. At the TniRD GIFT CONCERT, authorized hv the Legislature of Kentucky, for tho benellt ol tbe Public Library ol that State, which will positively come off in Public Library Hal], at Louisville. Ivy., on TUESDAY. JULY 8. the lollowimr Cash Gifta will be distributed by lot uniDnu tbe ticket-holders;? One tirand Cash (Hit $10),000 One Grand Cash Gift 60,000 One Grand Cash Gitt 28,000 One Grand Cash Gilt 211,000 One Grand Cash Gilt lOOiiO One Grand Ca?h Gilt a'goo 24 Cash Gifts of $1,(100each 24,000 50 Cash Gltta of Sfiuo each 2o,0W 80 Cash Gifts ot $4<W ench 32,000 100 Cash Gilts of $3i)0 each 30,000 150 Cash Gil to of $*00 each ... jw.ou) 500 Cash Gifts nl $100 each 69,000 9,000 Cash Gilts of $10 each yo.ioo Total, 10.000 ailU, all cash $5.00,000 Those whu draw these gifts will bp paid on presenting or sending the lucky tickets to Room No. 4 Public Library Building, Loulsv ille, Ky., where cash checks upon the Farmers ami Drovers' Bank or Kentucky, or sight drafts upon the Fourth National Rank of New York, ut the option of the ticket-holders will be given for them. The money to pay nil these tilts hi full is now in bank and ready lor that purpose, as will be seen by the following certificate of the cashier:? Orricx or Farmers and Dkovkrs' Bank > ~ . Locistillk, Ky., April 7. 1873. | This Is to certify that there is In the Farmers and Drovers' Hank, to the credit of the third Grand Gitt Concert tor the benefit of the Public Library of Ken tucky, five hundred thousand dollars, which has been set apart by the malingers to pay the if"** >" full, anil will bo held by the bank and paid out for this purpose, and this purpose only. r. s. VEECII, Cashier. Onlj a lew tickets are left unsold, but so lontf as any are on baud they will be Itirnlshcd to those who first apply {orders accompanied bv the money always having pref erence over agents) at the followfiiB rates:?Whole tick ets. $10; halves. $5, and quarters, $2 50; 11 whole tickets lor $100, 56 for $M0, 113 for $1,000 and 575 lor $5,000. All orders lor tickcts or Inquiries lor information should be addressed to Hon. THOMAS E. BRAMLKTTK, In chnrge of the Main Office, Louisville, Kv.,or to THOMAS 11 HAYS jt CO., In charge ol liraneli Office, 609 Broad way, New York. C"(OLI>, SILVER AND ARTICLES CONTAINING GOLD T bought at market price; polishing, filter and photo graph paper burned and smelted by refiner, SC11AW LL 25 John street. OLLENDER A CO., 241 Broadway, 241, Importers and Bottlers of Lager Boer, n Pole agent* lor Bavarian Heer. Sole agents tor Rochester Beer. Sole agents lor St. Louis Beer. Sole ?<rcnu lor Cincinnati Hecr. Above brands In the original barrels. The only firm that bottles all those beers. Tuke care you have the genuine. For sale in every first class grocery, hotel and barroom. liOLLENDER A CO., _ 211 Bruadway, 241. Havana lottery drawings on file.?circu . A1"'1"'' lir"r?ptlv filled. JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 196 Broadway, room 4, Chatham Bauk Building. MACHINISTS, ATTENTION l-TUE ADVERTISER wishes to arrange for the making >it a small ma ciune, to be done In some small shop in or near the city ? must be done by superior workmen und where the tools ?re good ; must he strictly attended to until done; work flont: iron; drawings ami under tho constant supervision ol advertiser; cash weekly mo fancy prices). Job will amount to some hundreds of dollars only, but is likely to open the road to a "bigger thing." To avoid personal annoyance, address, lor three days, with location and full particulars ol your shop, W. It. F., station D, city. Vorici:.?all persons are hereby warned J.1 agaiust dealing with two Promissory Notes bearing niv signature, dated iu this city at CO ilav-, to order of If ? .fc"'Jn,r each, the same having been embezzled and fraudulently used by said Leech, in association with one Wni. M. Sutton, of this city. ??????? BERTRAM H. HOWELL. /\FFICE OF BOARD OF EXCISE. 50. 299 MULBERRY in .^?"'.^'"rk Vay .10, HOT.-The Board ol Excise In and tor the cltv and county of New York, give public notice that they will receive Applications und issue Li censes for the sale of stroug and spirituous honors. a,1!?*' r '? "n,U"'(Lr-in accordance with the laws of the *.! *7 M ew Vork, on and alter MONDAY, June 2,1873 at the to lowing rate of lleens.' fees, which have been es lablisiu'U by tins Hoard, viz :? *cCJ'theSsumKof $2M hot?U* re8lauran,s' 8nloons' th^um'of $?.rd l ,aM h0tCU- res,lulranM- ??????. CLASH 3. For atl other place, wnere strong and snirlt ^r!?s *rt' MuJ Jrunk tlit premises the storekeepers, druggists, and all places w litre strong and spirituous liquors ure sold In quantities pmni'ses, the^mnof $"?)" time* aDd n?l ',rU"k u,,on tl,L> CLASS 6. For nil places where ale nnd beer onlv arc Sumofn$3a? nK "r *J,ir',ll"ua wines or liquors, tho Theamonntof the l|cen;< fee in each cate must ac company the application. Parties receiving n license will be furnished with a copy of the lu w regulating the sale of intoxicating liquors, and a strict compliance therewith will be required Pn rticnlar attention is directed to the provisions of the law relative to closing on the Sabbath, and from 1 to 5 a. m. other days. No license will be wrantrd to known proprietors of or places used lor, houses of prostitution, gambling or other unmoral or unlawful purposes. Applicants will please apply in the following order-? rrom the Hrst. Second, Inird, Fourth, Filth and sixth wards iromJune 2 to .tunc 7. inclusive From the Peventh. Eighth. Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh wards, Irmn June ;?to June 14, inclusive. From the Twelfth. Thirteenth, Fourteenth. Fifteenth. Sixteenth and Seventeenth wards, from June 16 to June 21, Inclusive. From the Eighteenth. Nineteenth, Twentieth, Twenty first and I wenty-second wards, from June 2.'!, to June 28 tncltifive. ? Notic e is ntso friven that a book lor the rejrintrv of com iilahit.s (nr violations of tiic J-xcim; iuwa Unn been uocne I in tins otnre. No per (.n Is authorized to receive any payment on nc couut ol this Board except ut its office and during olHcc Office hoars tritm 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. No uioney received alter 3 P. M. JAMES L. STEWART. ) ,, D. D T. MARSHALL (Commissioner* JOHN R VOORHMI. ) 01 o1 |FFICIAL I'RAWI.NGS KKMIHY STATU LOTTERIES. ? rsTOCRV-BXTKA CI.ASS SO. Wl?JI NK 14, 1S71 20, 2, 7, 41, 7:1. 13, 16, 31, 8, 62, *i, 57. CI mr-c.ssa no. IKI-jurr 14, 1-^ 661 47' 1A- ia' 25. 42, >1, 6?. .33. si MON8 Jt CO., Managers, Covingum, Kjr. SnKKBT CO'.I.ROK? KXTBA cI.ASS SO. 281?4UHK It, H7i M, .7. 'il, 71, 4S 15, 54, 7'!, IS, 35 2 r,s .snKLSr COI.I.KU*.-CLASS Wo. 2S2 -JU5K 11. 1<7? 41', 18, 28, .(, 65, 30, 13, 17, flo, ,VS, fj\ 54. a 1 i,? il'? 1^,'L A r:<) Managers, Covington. Ky. Address 1 .IIENRY, caru J. Clute. Broker. 206 Broad way. Post Office box 4,'JtA). OFFICIAL DRAWING north CAROLINA LOTTERY KXTKA CLASS !*0. ?5?JI HK 14, 1873 41. TO. r?, .16 <*. 73, 54. 67, 32, 5, ,{H, 56. SORTR I'AKOLIRA? CLASS KO. 96? JL'NI. 14 1873. 28 11, 6?, 8, 50. 26. I, V. IS. 4 J, M 1 1 niv t. i, u OERKEN A CO., Managers. _ LI THY A CO.. Brokers, 2.2 Gneuwicli street, S Y. Official drawings of the south Carolina Lottery lor (he l?uetlt of the Free School Fund? Perpetual. KITHA rt.ASS 157?JI7WR 14, 1173. 70, 30, 7i, 27, 10, 15, 41. 51. 14, 34, 66, 60 ct.A?s I58-jpt?s 14, 1873 ' 71, 74, 57, 6, 5i 9. 33. 41 .37. v * !"?' Malingers. Charleston, S. (,'., Juu? 14, l<<n. Ntw York U. Il tti < box ?..'<55. 1JOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY -I* Royal Saxon Oovi rnmcnt LotterT. Brunswick Lottery. i City of Hamburg Lottery. rue* ca?hed and information given. TllLODOR ZSC110CII, Fox MR Post ome,. 116 Nassau *treet_ S' trt "'i flu'1 ~,NKW VoKK STAMMERING INsTI and remJ ?<?r\tT^*nSrthiM ?treet. will close July 1 l.er mi .? m?h? Hr 'hose wishing treatment 11 OctO 2LH? nmkr arrangemewte before September. SW.my.Ql,Jr^ATlltO, _DIYIWO TACGHT IN 81* anil ijrivutf'nJtll. Turki,1b sulphur, mercurial ftlLt in I UI .1 *? "nlversal Kaths. W West Thirtieth days untli # P. m'IV<!UU?' ?P'n d*y' cr,ni,,K ?"d su? SIbo. rnV<^,;T.TM,i'LI'KN H, 8HOW CARDS AND ?Uort uotice, 7 l"ulus-' ??"?de and i? ordtf at jnym-Ks. wK"'* SSiS^JSTr?1 ''*??^'Hri5^^^BTBhi'^??r"r^t . *,lon ^M1 be furnished ' Coan * "tore tuJl tutor S.589.589 wi.y m TfiR i KrtAi Wau'^kr clrcuUr^f^j^'^rJ'? "<>?*! ??vana * cJ. XCS"? NALKfl AT AUCTION. Adrian ii. muli.er. auctioneer. Dwelling and Villa Plots, at Bavoune Cltv, N. J. ADRIAN 11. M I 1.1,1. K, P. R. Wll.KINS A CO. will sell at auction, onluesday, June 17, at 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway. desirable Villa Plots uul an elegant Manaion. at Bay osne City, Bergen 1'oint, N. J., and overlooking Newark Hay. Tli is property is rear lied by the New Jersey Cen tral Railroad (t>8 train* dally), ubout halt an hour's ride Iroin New York. It is near the Latouretle House, and adioins the properties of Timothy Brown. Samuel Brown und Mr. Walton. There *re food schools, store* and churches at Bavonne, aud fine boating, bathing and flail ing Particular* ut the ofllce. ALLEN B. MINER, AUCTIONEER Salesrooms 99 Chambers and 77 Reade street, lata Henry II. Ix-eds A Miner. Esiafilished in 1*47. Horse Auction Mart, 337, 339 ami :wi Fourth avenue, cor ner oi Twenty-ninth street. By ALLEN B. MIN Kit A BKO. Kit I DAY, JUNE a w a110*4 o'rlock. ut their salesrooms, 96 Cnumbers and 77 Reade sfreet, GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MIRRORS. CARPETS, Ac., Ac. Details in time. Albert b. waldron, auctioneer. By U. \V. IVES. Salesrooms lift Liberty, 111 Cedar and % Church street. 119 Barrel* and 5 law Caned United States Mali Boxes, On Monday, ai 12 o'clock, at No. 4 Old Slip. Sold for account ot whom it miiv concern to pay charges, storages and freight. Nine or 10 tons of Pitts burg Iron, manufactured lor the Uuited States Mail Com pany. Sale positive and preuiptory. ALUERT B. WALDRON. AUCTIONEER. By D. W. IVES, at llorse Mart 34 Churcti street, Horses, Wagons and Harness, tin.- day, at 12 o'clock. Descriptions at time ol'sale, with warrantees. AT AUCTION SALE?POSITIVELY THIS DAY (MON DAY), of the entire hundsome Household furniture of 210 West 21st St., near 7th ay.. ROBERT CCA8HIN. Auctioneer, sells, commoncingat 10 o'clock precisely.?Parlor Suits, 14 pieces, in rich coverings, Librarv suits, iwo elegant Pianofortes, one it Decker A Bros', four round ; two Bookcases, C.V! volume# Choice Books, Cabinets, Elugeres. Turkish Chairs, gilt Tables, Mirrors, Curtains, Clocks, Bronzes, Palming*, Ac. Dining Kurnitiirc?Extension Table, Buffer, Chairs, Din ner and Tea Sets. Glass, Silverware. Cutlery, Ac. Solid black w.ilnut ana rosewood Chamber Sets, Bed steads, Bureaus, ft ashslands. 3J flue hulr and spring .Mattresses, Hui's in reps and plush. 7U0 yards Carpets,Ac.. Ac. Those about tarnishing their houses would do well to attend this sale; 405 lots, by catalogue. N. B.?Take 7Hi or 8th uv. curs. A RARE C1IANCK1 A RARE CHANCE I This day, ut public auction, at private residence 21 Bust 20th st.. n.-iir Broadway, connneitciuf at 10lj o'clock, 11ENKY J5INN, Auctioneer, sells over :$UU lots ol elegant Household Furniture, viz. :?Hose wood Pianoforte, rich Parlor Suits, Mirrors, Brussels Carpets, Oil Paintings, Bronzes, Lace Curtains; nlso rosewood and walnut Bed room Suits, single and double Bedsteads, Bureaus, Ward robes, sprimr and hair Mattresses, Lounges, Clocks. Bed ding; also Dining Kooui, Basement anil Kitchen Furni ture. A RARE OPPORTUNITY to those furnishing city or country residences. The largest and richest Household Furniture sale of over $20,000 worth an 1 500 lots, by cutalogue, takes place this (Monday), June lii, at 1U>4 o'clock, at ihe eie gunt brown stone man ion 101 East Twenty-fifth street, near Fourth avenue; eight magnificent Parlor Suits, covered in satin, brocatcl, coteltncaml reps; two elegant rosewood Pianofortes, best city makers: 750 yards velvet Brussels Carpets; 13 rosewood and walnut Chamber Suits, 13 Spring and Ilair Mattresses, Bedding, Turkish Chairs, Lounges. Oriental Furniture, 57 line < >11 Paint ings, Mirrors, Curtains. Bronzes. Vases. Clocks, Glass, China, Silver Ware, Cutlery, Library, Dining Room Fur niture, Ac. K. ROTll, Auctioneer, N. B.?Hoods packed anil delivered for purchasers, city or country. Take Fourth avruuc cars or stages or Third avenue cars to Twenty-tilth street Auction notice. Elegant Household Furniture at public auction. This (MONDAY) morning, Commencing at 10)^ o'clock. Magnificent Drawing Koom and Parlor Suits; elegant rosewood 7'? octave Piunotorte, Mirrors, Carpets, cur tains, Cabinets, Ac,, at private residence 120 West Xld street, near 6th avenue. Chamber Suits In rosewood atut walnut, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Mattresses, spring Beds, Bookcase, huo volumes of choice Hooks, Library Suits, Centre Tables, Dining Room Bufl'ct, Extension Tables, Chairs, Silver and T'latcd Ware; u1m> Basement and Kitchen Furniture. N. B.?Over 300 lots by catalogue, to highest bidders. Goods boxed i.n I shipped lor purchas ers. Ll'KE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. Auction sale of rich and costly Household Furniture. Pianoforte, Paintings, Ac. Largest sale of the season. 36 West 15th st., near 5th av., II o'clock, on THIS DAY (Monday). Magnificent Drawing Room Suits. Grand Duchess and Marie Antoinette styles, covered silk brocade; Etageres, Bookcase, velvet Carpets, rosewood Pianoforte, cele brated maker; Bronzes, Mirrors, Clocks; rosewood, wal nut Chamber Furniture, Mattresses, Extension Tables, Buffets, Silverware, Glassware, Basement, Kitchen Fur niture ; also Servants' Apartments. Take 5th av. stages or 6th av. curs. AUGUST MAKTINES, Auctioneer. BY F. COLTON, AUCTIONEER. Administrator's sate elegant Hou-ehold furniture, Phclun A Collender Car rom ltilliaid Table, Pianos, Ac. On WEDNESDAY", June IS. at 11 o'clock. At the private residence 51 East Fifty-fourth street, near Madison avenue. The entire elegant Parlor, Bedroom, Library and Dining Room Furniture, rich bronze Gas Fixtures, superb gilt Pier and Mantel Mirrors. Bronzes ; Anon rosewood seven octave Pianoforte; Parlor Suits, in crimson satin; Turk ish Library Suit, mahogany Bookcases, Library Tab.e, rich curved black walnut tiutl'et. Extension Table and Chairs, curvtd Mack walnut Bedsteuds aud Bureaus; best curled hair Mattresses, Holsters and Pillows, Spring Beds; Wilton, velvet and Brussels Carpels. In good order, 'ihe Furniture has tieen made to order by Pottier A Stymus aud Hutching*; gas fixtures trim Hall A Black. More lull particulars on Tuesday. Catalogues can be had at the salesroom, ?3 East Thirteenth street, on Tuesday. B Y 8. W. DAUCHY, AUCTIONEER. DAl'CHY A JOHNSON sell this day, at 2 o'clock, at 454 C-nal street, a targe and valuable axsortmcut of Household Furniture, consisting ot several velvet, tapestry and ingrain Carpets, Oil cloths, Rugs, Door Mats, Parlor and Hedroom suits. Cot tage fcts, black walnut Bedsteads, Beds, Bedding, hair and other Mattresses, leather Hens, Pillows, Washstand.s, Wardrobes, Bureaus, marble fop Tables. Dlnitu Room Furniture, Extension Tables, Chairs, furtatns, Cornices, Window Shades, Mirrors, Crockerv and Glass Ware. Toilet Sets, Clocks, Kitchen Utensils, Ac. Also one black Stal lion, between 8 and 9 years old; also one Truck and Har ness, suitable for city work. BY J. W. CAMPBELL. JR., AUCTIONEER.?CAM P RELL A CO. sell this day, commencing 10>? o'clock, entire desirable Household Furniture of family con tained in private residence 44 King street, near Vnrick. embracing superb seven octave tour round corners carved rosewood Pianoforte, by cele brated city makers (Haines Brothers), elegant French, otnor Clocks; marble top Tabids, Mirrors, rep Sofa, fine green rep walnut Parlor Suit; Spanish Rocker tn rep; haircloth Chairs, Rockers; superior No. 2 Singer Sewing Machine, perfect order; walnut Exten sion, other Tables; Bedsteads, Feather He Is; tine walnut Hat Stands with mirror; elegant Brussels and iriirraln Carpets; Stair do.; fine Oilcloths, Paintings, Shades, Bureau, Crockery, tine Range, Kitchen Utensils, Ac. Housekeepers, buyers, dealers specially invited. BY CAMPBELL A CO., AUCTIONEERS.?WILL SELL on Tuesday, June -4, on premises, two beautiful Im proved building Lota In West Hoboken, near Observatory, 2.'>xl<?; cati lie privately purchased up to June 23. Apply toCAMPBKLL A CO., Auctioneers, 34S IIudson street. BY J. W. CAMPBELL, JR., AUCTIONEER.?CAMP. BEI.L A Co. will sell on to-morrow (Tuesday), in lots, entire general assorted stock of Groccry More; lull particulars day of sale. I EXTRAORDINARY' li PALE Ot elegant carved Ornamental Work, In black walnut, oak. walnut and glaw, maple, Ac., suitable lor the draw ing room, boudoir, library, presentation. Ac.. Ac. The entire stock of the hWISS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 36 East Fourteenth street, to lie sold, without reserve, on account of rcrtoval. NOW ON EXHIBITION, day and evening, at the Clinton Hall salesrooms, and to be sold on Monday ?nd Tuesday, 16th und 17th, commencing at 3X aud 4 o'clock P. M. each day. DEALERS IN BOOKS STATIONERY, FANCY GOOD', PICTURE FRAMES, Ac., will And these goods particularly adapted to their sales aud a great opportunity for bargains. Special, to the Trade. On nil amounts less than flUH, net cash ; on all amounts more than (100, four months i redit lor approved en dorsed notes. The Messrs LEAVTTT, Auctioneers. 1JDWARD SCHENCK. AUCTIONEER j Turkish Rugs. Turkish Rags. By EDW SCHENCK, on Tnes,lay. Kthlnst., nt 60 Lib erty street, at II o'clock a large invoice of the finest quality of Turkish Rugs now on exhibition. L1DWAIID SCHENCK. AUCTIONEER. Fi Elegant Lindeinuti A Son's Cycloid I'iano. Ity order ot an executor, on Tuesday, 17th Inst., At 60 l iberty street, at 1 o'clock. The piano is lully cijuai to new. rSHONGOOD A CO.. AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL ? this day, at 2 P. M., ut their salesroom, SOB Wett Forty-second street, the entire Household Furniture ol a private family, left there to be sold at public aiiciion. J ERE. JOHNSON, JR., AUCTIONEER, ill Park row, New York. Immense opening sale In Westchester of 8U) prime Lots In Twenty-fourth ward. New York (as annexed >, on Woodlawn Heights, by positive and peremptory order of ? lion. ex-Mayor opiivKe and Edward K. Wiliard, Ka>|.. under direction of Messrs. Potter Bros., on premises, MONDAY, June 16. This splendid estate is immediately at the junction of the Harletn aud New Haven Railroads, adjacent to Cen tral avenue, Jerome Park, and the New York and Mou treal Railroad. 40 minutes irutn Forty second street, and by auuexalion is to be situated In the Twentv fourth ward of New York city, dlrcctly on the line ol the march of Improvements. Special train will leave Grand central uepot at eleven o'clock. Seventh Regiment Hand. Harrison. Grand collation un.ter the great tent. II stormy the sale will take place Wednesday, Juno IS; same ticket good. Fine chance to bny city lots at country prves. Terms?40 per cent 'ash and Mi per cent three years, with the extraordinary priv liege of half, yearly, or quar terly payments, at option ol purchaser. For tree excursion fickeU, maps and information npply to PoTTIR BROS., agents. Nos. 4 and 6 Warren street, or their Fordham branch office, or to J l.RE. JOliNbuN. Ji~ gustivUvcr, No, XL A'ark. row. .Sew Tort ?Ai.aH AT AVCT1QI*?J ' T?RM JOHNSON, J*-. J M. GIBSON, AUCHON t) oers. Continuation sale. Auction extraordinary. Gigantic offering of prime Busineaa anil Suburban Prop orty, in I Mariou Jersey City, WEDN r.SDAY, JUNE M, ,8T* . . at 12 o'clock M. on the premise*, by Imperative order, ia partition of

The Marion Bui Id in# Company, comprising the St Jaiues Hotel, ol 1? rooms, w?4?,. handsomely finished and turned ; ?a^re?M wawr, every uiodcrn appliance lor cofflftwrt an . --..up- with erected and funibhed ?t.c<Mrtll?iw choice River. wild to bo 70 teet in channel and l? ie?t cot i a?x greatMt sale evcr^^n N^r^ The most aceertl^?^uhnt!>m*n?hy>tgy^w' appreciating ot any sites in y<VA! i trai?2 ilaRy ? he network ot railro?da, acow*J bl* b> o aiy itnd three Unas of horse care; only eKdit ronuu* n-oin lorrv: nearer City Mall than Twenty-Uitrd closed out nnder tne liammer, without limit or reserve. ''jratnllaS'fBWoM Band, the inimitable Harrleon andia kui not none collAtiM will render buiince* Pj?***?1'. ? ? ^e^i^iWnnylvant. Ralln-d, ^fr|*52 oi Oortlandt and Desbroaserstreet*. Kor full aeacriuiiv? uiitpn. excuntion rardii awl intn^tjonaiply toUiLE , WAlVfcs ft CO., i8 Maiden ane; to J I. RE JOHNHtMt sr., Auctioneer, M Park row, New York, or to Auctioneer, 31 Montgomery street, corner of Green. Jer ney City. J ERE. JOHNSON, JR. AUCTIONEER. Turnout! turn out 11 turn oat 111 1* . Glorious Will tent one, L. L It will be the laat and only call this _ Augustus p. Wepkes. owner, through George van | Slclen, Attorney, ha* ordered a brilliant auction sale t . or the remainder oi kU choice Proporty. consisting or I 250 splendid Lots, centrally locat?d#mth* ( and elej58Ut #u?urt)i on THURBDAY. June 19, on the premises. Bettor lots are not to be l'*l H* w tate" stone. l.et the occasion be a grand and memorable one. , jar?; xiirpassed ou the Continent, and never belore used at an auction sale. The lender ol iiuliioi c Gralulla's famous Band iw nrtM>orintt new und choice music tor the occasion. Harriwon, the greatest improvlaaiore in the world, will sin" Mings he never knew. l<ot buyer* turn out in full kirce and attend this great .ale Put some mouey ui your pockets to pay deposits on lots y"u.yurfl,,"!^ a|,.rn. Special train will leave New * ork at u ? cl?Vu 2 h?) 8" For niups Hii.i tree ticket* apply to J ERE- JOHNSON, Jii., 21 Park row. Sew York. J EKE. JOHNSON, JU, AUCTIONEER. Excursion to the Ocean. Sale Extraordinary. Nine Cottages and 75 sea side V ilia Sites, on tlie Mariue Pavilion Grounds, on the oceau, at rar Roc ka way, at anetlon. ? SATURDAY. JUNE 21, at 2 o'clock P. M., on the preiuisos. Gratulla's Seventh Regiment Band, Professor Harrison and Collation. For free excursion cards, maps and t>ar,'i'.UpJ to JERK. JOHNSON, Jr., Auctioneer, No. 21 Park row, New York. _ TAMES CAGNEY, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE ,\ mid Loan Broker, 611 Hudson street.?Excellent Household Kurniture, this day. at IDS o ?}??&1? ThSu2?h story brown stone private residence 1U> EastThirtieth street; sale most peremptory, to be removed !ujHl,T^n consists of superior rosewood 7-octave I inno (Hteeuman ni'iker)* Meiodeon, nearly new; pier Mirrors, lace ^ur tin- black walnil Parlor Suits, elegant carved walnut statuary marble top Chamber Suits, tine Bedding, curled hair and spring Mattresses, French Holsters, Brussels anil three ply ^arpcAs baU aiidstalr Carpets, Hat Racks. Extension Table and Chairs, inning and Kitchen Furniture, hewing Machtue, Ac. Cata lo^ucs at sale. Dealers invited. 1ACOB BOflART, AUCTIONSEB, . h f| Marshal's sale, Monday, June 18, at 11 o clock, at the auction rooms No. I North William street, a s.o^k ol Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Fancy Goods, 1 riniminss, Hosiers*, Threads, tlloves, gentlemens Juriushing Goods, Shirts Neckiics, Collars, Gloves, Clothing and ihe entue sinek oi a retail store, cash deposits reuuired. JOHN o.-M I'UPHY, Marshal First District t ourt LE EWIS E. WOOD, AUCTIONEER. Great auction sale, without reserve, of the admirable Homestead and elegant Grounds of the the late F. C. l.ighte, Esq., the well known piano manufacturer, together with Forty splendid Lots, situated on Bergen avenue, Union street and West side avenue, in the best part ot Bergen, Jersey City, to be hclU ou MONDAY, June 16, at 2 :.0 o'clock, on the premises. All the improvements, such ns paving, sewering, water and gas, have already been made and paid lor. This property is In the midst ot a tlrst class built up city neighborhood, and will won Immensely advancc in value, it wBl positively be sold to ihe highest bidders by order ol the executor. Thomas ltiKuey, to close lip the estate. Terms very easy, and tree 'UTake?2 o'clock p'.'m. train ol' the Newark and New York Railroad, tootot l.ibcriy strcet, and get oil at Bergen av; enuc station ? from there It is distant only three tulnutos walk. Fare, 10 cents; time, 17 minutos^ MASTLEY, AUCTIONEER?BY E. B. HENRY? . Will sell at public auction, on Wcdnesday. June IS, at 1U>= o'clock, al large private residence No. JWJ state street, near Henry, Brooklyn, all the very fine Household Furniture, Carpets, Mirrors, Suits. Ac., ihe usual assort ment ol a first class house, some 25 rooms No reserve whatever, 'ihe public and others, attend this sale. MARSHAL'S SALE-RICHARD WALTERS, Auc tioneer, will .sell Mon lay. at 10', o'clock, at sales room 27 hast Broadway. Wheeler 4 W ilsou s. Singers and Grover A Baker's Sewing Machinofc in pcrfeot order; Household Furniture, I arlor and Bedroom Suits, Carpets, French plate Mirrors; one new B.ir Counter, ll Icet long; 20 boxes J?'?}!}.M^Xa, Ac.; Mile positive. _ . i* a AWN BROKER'S SALE.?Till ?M AS J McORATII. auctioneer, 133 Chatham street, will sell this daj at 11 o'clock. 500lots ot Women's Clothing, ?"I Ramnants, Bedding, Boots, Slioos, Bibles, Carpet*. *i . By orderof P. Ganley, Division street. Also large lot ol un claimed Baggage. 1>AWNllR'lKER'S SALE.-THIS DAY, JAMF.S AGAR, I auctioneer, will sell, at 59 New Bowery. 800 lots Men ? and Women's Clothing and other tea-tollable goods. U> order of Mrs. A. Smyth, East Sixteenth street. __ TJAWNBROKER'S SALK SAM. FOREST AUCTION X eer, soils this day, at 17 Bowery, 6U0 lots silk and other Dresses, Remnants, Shawl*. Spreads, bliderwiar, Men's fine Clothing and other goo Is. By order ot Solo mon Stcru, lit west Twenty-seventh street . SHERMAN AUCTIONEER. . Large sale ol Wines, Liquors Cigars. Champngnes 4c.. Monday. June hi, at in', o'clock, at the salesroom. I.i Bowery, the entire stock?viz., ol about S6 casks ini ported Port, Shorrv, Claret and Rhine Wines; fio barrel* clioicc Bourbon and rye Whiskey, c-'sks l.randks, .in, ltum, Ac.: also alioiif W0 cases Wines und Liq .ors. ( bani imiinosTrigars Sa os Desks Ac. sale positive. Deal crs invib'd By orderof A. MenkUttlti Assignee. (.SHERIFF'S SALE. ?R. FIELD. AUCTIONEER, M O Bowery, will sell this day at II o clock, a lot of Clotli ing. Bv order. MATTHEW T. BRENNAN, hhcnir. J. SiuiiACHSR, Deputy. . SHERIFF'S SALE-R. FIELD, AUCTIONKER, 121 Bowery, will sell this day at 11 o'clock, at No. .0 Bar clay street, an assortment ol Hardware and rurnisiaug Goods, Ac.. Ac. By order.nEw ^ BRENSAf- Sherlff. Jamks J. Opmbi.kto??, Deputy. milOS J. M'GRATU. AUCTIONEER, U-3 CHATHAM 1 street, will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, a lurge lot ol Unclaimed Baggage, removed lor coiivciuenee of s.i.e. fur* Ti il'PING A CO., W Aut^floneer*. 132 Church street MONDAY. June lii, 1-C3, large and attractive semi weekly sale ol' ftCU C* il>C .H Soft Hat*. Panama Hats and Straw Good*. WILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONKER. >\ Bv virtue or a chattel mortgage I will sell THIS I) \Y at lO^i o'clock, at the livery staoles *7 and *9 w(jot ter street, seven Horse*, eight Coaelie*. eight seta double Coseh Harness, three sets of double truck Harness, two " single Harness; three Truck,, two double and one single; sixteen H?rsi Collar*, three Blankets. Rortes. Ac. WILLIAM ABBOTT, Jr., Attorney tor Mortgagee. office 5i) New Bowery. M>\\ iiKPICEH, ? T 77 ??s?ci?a srilKKT. NEAR BROADWAY. CP A stairs-Highest cash advance* on Diamonds, Wafehes Jewelry, Pianos, Ac., or bought; Pawnbrokers Ticket* bought at 77 lMeeeker etreet. *A T HO NASSAU, STREET, BKTWEEN FULTON AND A John streets, NEW M A Si LEOPOLD continue* the buying /cliing or advancing oti Diainmils, Matches, Jewelry, Pianos, Merchandise, Life Policies, lor any iimounl. _ ? ? 4 T WOLF BROTHERS', R9T. BROADWAY, BETWEEN A Nineteenth and Twentieth streots-Money loaned on Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, silverware, silk*, and particularly Pianos Private purlor for ladles. Business strictly confidential. A T JACKSON'S, HOfl BROADWAY. OPPOSITE ELEV. A enth stteet?Money liberally advanced on Dia monds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks. Dry Good* and Personal Property ot every description. Private cutranee lor iadios. _______ 4 T i'!>7 BROADWAY, C'tHlNER Fol It I'll - TRI.ET ? A Liberal advances on Diamonds VI atehes. Jewelry, Silks. Camel s Hair shawls, Laces and personal properiy orevcr.v description. JAMES P. jiaitijl.??. A HBR1CAN OrWOS, ESTABLISHED 1SSI.-MONBY A loaned on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry. Silverware. India Shawls. Laces, Valuables. Ac., any aiiv i;r ,vlLi 1,11* ? hiKhest value paid J H. BAKKINHKK, 7:w Broadway, opposite Asior place. AT 57 TillItTBBNTH STREET. NEAR BROADWAY? I nay the highest price tor Diamonds, Watcheit lowelry Ac advance on the same. ISAAt 8, Diatuotin Bfiker. 57 Ihlrteentb street, near Broadway. AT 11V M A N" S, 710 BROADWAY?LIBERAL Al) A vnnces made .on Diamonds and Watches, Silver ware. Ac , or will pay the hillicit market price lor tin same. Money loaned on diamonds, watches, jew elry and Silverware, and the satne bought GEO. C. ALLEN, Jeweller, HI Broadwav, near Fourteenth st Oil NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFF1CK .?VJ Mbei si advances made on Diamonds. * atehes. Jewelry and sli hinds of Merchandise ^ "ame boufht aud sold. Room I. IIAiMAN Lfcuiou;. A no SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY FOURTH 4U.1 and Twenty-fifth street*. -Liberal advance* made on Diamond*. Watches Jewelry, Silk*, lV*bkhVard samo bought al tall value. L Bernard. BIOiADWAT, CORNKR AMITT STREET (iOt) M?.ncv liberally advanced on Diamomw, Watches Jowelry and PereoMI Property of all descrip ^^jrai^'^'iLerly M. Rownberg). 1 0?"7 BROADWAY. OVER HERALD BRAN? II l.i07 office, room "?fArlor for ladlet Branch 1.207 Broadway. Money loaned on DUiuyiids, VS aldi**, Jewelry, Ac. Same Vwiuht aud aold. UNDO BROS. HIIII llinur ITB^ gKUiSB AI 8. BEGINS AX 8. OLYMPIC THEATRE. EVERY EVENING DURING THE WEEK; The beautiful and accomplished young actress, LITTLE NELL, LITTLE NELL. JOITLE KELL^ THE CALIFORNIA DIAMOND, In her (Treat Ren national drama, FIDELIA, FIDELIA, THE FIRE WAIT. THE FIRE WAIF. A fun and brilliant dramatic company. URAND K1KK SCENE. WONDERFUL MECHANICAL EFFECTS. THE GRAND GALVANIC BATTERY and NITRO-GLYCERINE SENSATION. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, MATINEES AT 2 V. M. MATINEES AT 2 P. M. BEGINT AT 8. BEGINS AT 8. OLYMPIC THEATRE. 624 11 road way. 624. EVERY EVENING. The beautiful and accomplished artist LITTLE NELL, , LITTLE NELL, with her Orand Sensation, FIDELIA, THE FIRE WAIF. Grand and startling c fleet*. Matinee* Wedneartajr and Saturday at 2 P. M. AtJ 1M_ OOD'S MUSEUM. J- WARD. MONDAY, June II, 187& EVENING, AT 8, w the popular young actor. Mr. J. M. WARD, and the beautiful actress. Miss WINN ITT A MONTAGUE, in Kindull's new ensation ot CUBA; Or, MIOHT AGAINST RIGHT, with excellent cast AFTERNOON, AT 2, first time oi the charming actress, Misa ANNIK Flit WIN, and the eminent actor, Mr. JOHN H. JACK, in the absorbing Lite Draaia or WIPE OK TWO; Or, LADY THORNIIURST'8 DAUGHTER. W EVERY NIGHTI EVERY NIGHTI THE GREAT SENSATIONAL FLAY BY DION HOUCICAULT. I Miss Katherine Koaers, Mr. Allertnn, Miss MORA; I KfBeGermon, Mr. Bradley, Mr. Levick, Miss or, Mary Wells, Mr. Wtieelock, Mr. Griffiths, Mr. THE | Fawcett (both by permission ot Mr. l>alv>, GOLDEN Mr. I'araloo, Mr. Pope, Mr. Mills, Mr. A. Heck, FETTERS. I M lanes Blalsdell, Bell, Bate and Eur SCENERY.Ir?>u?hs. EXCHANGE PLACE. A BOUDOIR. FIFTH AVENUE. A MUSICAL MATINEE ON MURRAY HILL LEXINGTON AVENUE. YORKVILLE. BROAD STREET (by Night). THE LAVA BEDS in EXCHANGE PLACE. TIIE TOMBS. THE BRIDGE OK SIGHS. THh SPECIAL SESSIONS. OLD ICE HOUSE UNDER A CONCERT SALOON. CORNER OK WALL AND BROAD STREETS. THE "NEW IDEA." "MORA" MATINEE. SATURDAY. JUNE 21. COP atheneum theatre. ?.)0>J Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. R. W. BUTLER Manager. NOUCE?This favorite establishment CLOSED FOR THE SEASON, AND WILL REOPEN on or about the FIRST WEEK IN AUGUST, During the interval the company will proceed to BOSTON, where they will open for the HUMMER SEASON AT THE BOSTON THEATRE, commencing on MONDAY. June 23. Terrace oarden theatre, Kitty-eighth street, between Lexington nnd Third avs. TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 17. AT ? O'CLOCK, Mme. LOUISE LICIITMAY ns KATHARINA ill DIE VERLOBUNG BEI PER LATERNE. To begin with MOR1TZ SSCHNO.CUE. To conclude with JEREMIAS GRILLE. Admission 90c. Reserved sent* 25c. extra. Boxes (1 51 extra. Packages (12 tickets) $4. _ rpONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUsK, #11 BOWERY. JL ANOTHER AVALANCHE OK ATTRACTIONS. First appoarance of the talented artists, V THE WILSON SISTERS. Miss CARRIE WILSON, Miss ADDTE WILSON. Miss EMMA BRUCE. Character Cancan Dancer. FRANK WILLIAMS. Champion Clog Dancer. LEW RaYNOR. INDIAN CLUB SWINOER. DICK RALPH, HARRY SHELDON, BILLY EMMETT, GUY BROTHERS, BILLY PASTOR, BOlt BUTLER, ALL THK POPULAR ARTISTS In an entire change ot programme. Matinees Tuesday aud Saturday. Ladies admitted free on Kriday evenings. American institute iiai.l (FORMERLY EMPIRE RINK), Third avenue and Sixty-third street. IMMENSE SUCCESS.? E\ KRY EVENING, EBEN'S POPULAR SUMMER NIGHTS' CONCERTS. GRAND ORCHESTRA OK FIFTY PERFORMERS. MR. FELIX I. EBEN CONDUCTOR THIS AND EVERY EVENING, EBEN'S POPULAR SUMMER NIGHTS' CONCERTS. Admission 28 cents. R. J. P. MORGAN'S BENEFIT.-TUESDAY, 17TII ._ at Rev. l)r. Hepworth's church, Forty-flltti street and Madison avenue, Weber's Mass, by 200 performers. Church Music Association. Mrs Uula^cr, Miss Huron, Mr. Ramping and Mr. Renimertz, Trinity choir. Masonic choir, and a fino programme by the first artist* in the city. Tickets *1. H. CARTER. ? A IMEZ-VOUS LA MUSIQUE."-MU.SIC PUPILS .A. presented with tills use till book, at WATSON'S private music rooms. 92 Clinton place (Eighth street). Private Music Lessons; open all Summer. IVI A P1ANOKORTE8, OROjUM, &C. A WEBER SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, forte?Only $2.10; carved case and legs; good as new; Parlor Organ, $7"v J. BIdDLE, 13 Waverley place, near Broadway. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PIANOS, PARLOR OR gans Ac., new anil second hand, will be dianoaed or oi cry easy tortus It applied lor this week. as thev must be omoved. LYNCH A GOMIEN, 938 Broadway; will remove next week to 1,291. ~i LADY WILL SELL FOR $123 A ROSEWOOD JA. Pianoforte, including Cover and Stool; lull iron frame, in period order; modern Improvements; co?t$440. 2? Third street, near Bowery; AN ELEGANT 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, USED four months, lor rent or sale at a sacrifice; first class new Pianos ot 7 and 7>? octavo and xeveral used a little u>r sn'.e ou very reasonable terms ?r rented. F. SvJHULElt, :?>7 Brooine street. A MAGNIFICENT SQUARE GRAND 7VOCTAVK Pianoforte, brilliant tone, nearly new, cost $930, for $3110; Stool, Cover. Cabinet, coat $100; lias box for ship ping; Parlor Suits, Mirrors, Curtains, Carpets, Paintings Bronzes, Chamlwr Suits. Buffet, Extension Table, Silver Ware; a sacrifice. 104 East Twenty tilth street, between Fourth and Lexington avenues. Cut this out 4 BEAUTIFUL four ROUND ROSEWOOD JY rtanoiurtc?For $30U. cost order $1,200; maker's guarantee and bill ol sa.c Lvanalerrtd i.o purchaser; one grand square $'-4i At private resuHuee, 21l) V\e-it2lst M it not .-old tics day will be sold m auction Tuesday, Jcne 17, 10 A. M. A SUPERB ROSEWOOD PI \NOFORTE FOR SALE?' Made order, citv maker, fully guaranteed, used 5 month*, cost $1,100, lor *??'5; bo- tor shipping, Stool, Cover; Parlor, Chamber, Dining Furniture; silverware, Glassware, n sacrifice; property family leaving eity. 3# West 18th st., near fttli av. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A RICH rosewood 7'4 octave, lour round corners, carved Pianoforte, made to order, cost $1,HOP, lor $300; Stool, Ci,vei. A .; guaranteed for s years. Call at private resi dence 12:iWcst "3d Street. ? MAGNIFICENT TH OCTAYB AGRAFFE Rose. JY wood overstrung, Iron frame Pianoforte; elegantly carved cas'', Ac.; latest improvements. tully guaranteed. GOLDSMITH'S, 2i> Bieecker street, near lowcry. A 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD 1'IANOI ORTE, $103?WB arc retailing the best finished and richest toned Planfortes manufacture t at $22S cash CO-operativk PIANO MAKERS, No 9 Great Jones street, near Broad way. _ Magnificent 7i4 octave rosewood piano forte, having overstrung bass, carved legs. agraffe and every modern Improvement; great sacrifice; Chlckering make Piano, only $tt*?, jambs Gordon, i.tt nieeckcr street. PIANOS AND ORGANS.?GREAT BARGAIN.-; NEW and most beautiful styles aud perieet tones ev*r made, and by best makers, at lower nrices lor cash, or monthly instalments, or. tor rent, during this month, at WAIEIts', 4si Broadway, than can be found el?uwhero._ 1>IASOS (BEAUTIFUL WEBER INCLPDED), CHEAP as the cheapest, good as ;he best, lor rent or sale, rent allowed purchaser, at MERRELL'S, No. tl Union square, 16ft Fourth avenue. AQ7 fr ? TIIE GIRARD PIANOS, ENDORSED BY I ?), our leading musicians as the best and sweet est toned Pianos made Wareiooms 787 Broadway, near Ninth street. Old Pianos taken in exchange. < I<. \ Its AJP TOBACCO. / MGXRS OF HAVANA TOBACCO.-ROSA CONCHAS $itii; Fl. dc t'uba calacns. $?s); KspanoUu, $?6, equal to imported in ^ Maiden lane. ASTHOI.GOY. 4 ttention i?consultations on BUSINESS, law A suits, enemies, losses, absent friends, love, marriage, sickness and death Pay refused unless satisfied. "me, SI NO HI, Clairvoyant, 621 Sixth avenue. '% TTENTION I?KNOW THY DESIINY; CONSULT A this wonderfully gifted Clairvoyant; gives luck ; tells everything. IB West Forty-first street near Broadway. _MMK. LA BLANEII. the GREAT UNRIVALLED , Business and Medical Clairvoyant, No. 102 West Twenty-eighth street, near Sixth avenus. __ TTU'ROPBAN CLAIRVOYANT-TELLS NAMEBl SHOWS l'j likenesses; causes marriages- Ices 30 ccnts and $1. 14$ Wert rwe?ty4jUhjNireet. ? /1YPSY REVEALS F.'.oM THE CRADLB TO THK \JT grave; finds absent friends; recovers stolen prop erty. i61)? Bowery. A. MKITlCAti. TTENTION!?DR FRANKLIN (LATE OF PRUSSIA) consultation free; private office. 181 Bieecker street. -MME MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN. RESIDENCE 114 East Tenth street, near Third avenue. MAURICE \C, M. I).-OFFICE 129 LIBERTY street, near Greenwich street A 41 A. X DRot -MME. RESTBLL, PHYSICIAN.?OFFICII NO. I . East Fifty second street, first door from filth ai^ LEWIS HAS NO CONNECTION WITH ANY nthcr officc. consultation* only at his old estab lished office. No. T Bcach street DR AND MMK. ORINDLB. PHYSICIANS ,-RF.SI. dcnco 120 West Twenty-sixth street near sixth ay. Ladies and gentlemen - dk r.ocis removed from Lexington avenue to It ' East -111 street. J toS MMF, van BUSKIRB, PHYSICIAN.-RESIDENCE 1H 4iast UlU St.. b?(w?eu W nud Letlnfton avenue* AHIITSEMrcNT*. OOFTY GOOFT VTIULCVS GARDEN. OOFTY J^ Vlrst appearance at this theatre of the celebrated German dialect comedian. Mr.GliSIMIILI.il'-!, Ootty Goort, .Mr. OU8 PHILLIPS, Mr Ol'S raiLUrk Ootty Uoott, Mr. GUS PHILLIPS, Mr oba PHILLIPS, OoRy Goott, Mr GUH PHILLIPS; in an entirely new romedr-ilramn, in Ave ftcU, written expressly for liim by Edward Sponsor, Kay. KOOMER KOOMER. Produced with now scenery and music nnd a POWERFUL OAST OF CHARACTERS PKTKR KOOMKR Mr. OCR PHILLIPS Walter Seufoain, M. A. Kennedy; Sampson My, C.H. Morton; BlcsMngton, H. O. Porter; Captain Hitter, Mr. Ryder; Sam, J. J. Wallace; Kopcyaru, Mr Kilbourn; Mrs. T'cirphyry, Martatno Tunis!; Lena. Lniil Prior; Frau Gensleiu. Mrs. Walcot; Agaiha, Katy Mayhew. At the conclusiou of the play LULU. IN THE WONDERFUL BOlfSD. LOUT. MATINEE, SATURDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK. THEATRE OOMIQPE, 514 BROADWAY. The youiu: and beautiful Versatile Star, MISS MINNIE FOSTER, In her brilliant and sparkling drama, entitled MADCAP, la which she assumes BIX CHARACTERS, Willi SON(JS, OA.SCEat and Charming Specialties. Will also be presented the great Local Drama, THE FASTEST HOY IN NEW VORK. Messrs. I). Kelly, Hugh Fav, Oeorire France, Edwin Price, E.J. Mack, James I who, W. D. Williams, J. An. drews. Misses Knuna Wllniot, Annie Mack, Agues Elliot, Lottie Murdoch, Ac. A MOST POWERPPL CAST. M ATI NEKS WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT ?X. UNION SQUARE THEATRE Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK Manager Mr. A. W. PALMKR Begins at & Saturday Matinee at 1 -.30. BENEFIT OF MR. R. a GOUOB. Treasurer. LAST PERFORMANCE OP FERNANDE, AND LAST APPEARANO* this season of MISS AON Ed ETHEL. The house baa been tendered to Mr. J. H. STODDART for hla FAREWELL BENEFIT. COMMENCEMENT OP TUB SUMMER SEASON and of the ENOAOKMENT OP MISS CHARLOTTE THOMPSON, who will appear In the charming domes* tic drama, JANE EYRE. founded upon Charlotte Bronte's novel ol the same name. M Is* Thompson's Impersonation of this characier has received the unanimous commendation of the press nnd the pub lic throughout the Southern and Western cities during the past season. The play will be presented here with A GREAT CA&T and with SUPERB SCENERY. SECURE SEATS IN ADVANCE. THIS EVENING, June 16. TO-MORROW EVENING, June 17. WEDNESDAY EVENING, June 18. JANE BYRE. JANE EYRE. JANE EYRE. JANE EYRE. UNION SQUARE THEATRE. Proprietor Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK Manager Mr. A. M. PALMER FAREWELL BENEFIT and LAST APPEARANCE In New York of Mr. J. H. STODDART Tuesday, June 17. The performance will commence with the beautiful Domestic Drauia, entitled The SECRET MARRIAGE. Mr. Stoddart in the character of Joe Spurrctt; first time In New York. To conclude with the brilliant Comedy of AMERICANS IN PARIS (by kind permission of Mr. Lester Wallack, Esq). Mr. htoddarl will be assisted by the following artists, who have kindly volunteeredMrs. Fanny Foster, Miss Annie I'eland, Miss.liitia Oiivlord, Miss Funny Iteeves, Mr. B. F. Ringgold, Mr. Charles Rockwell (by kind per mission of Anunstln Daly, Esq.), Mr. T.J. lllnd, Mr. H. Montgomery, Mr. E. Holland, Mr. Mae key, Mr. Ginglyg, Ac., Ac. Box book now open. 6TII AVENUE THEATRE. Sole Lessee and Mannger Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY LAST TWELVE NIGHTS OF THE SEASON. POSITIVELY LAST TWELVE NIGHTS OP TH* SENSATION, MADELE1N MOREL. Positively last twelve nights of Miss Clara Morris, Mia Funny Davenport. Miss Fanny Morant. Mrs. G. H. Gilbert, Miss Sara Jewell, Roberta Norwood, Nellie Mortimer. George Clarke, Charles Fisher, Louis Jumua, James Lewis, W. J. Lemoync, Ilcnry Crisp and others. Positively Lust Matinee but one of MADKLKlN MOREL and of the season, Saturday, at half-past one. Monday, June 23, Benefit of Mr. G. H. GRIFFITHS. Tuesday. June 24, Benefit of Mr. JAMES ROBERTS. Wednesday, June 28, Bcneflt of Mr. OWN FAWCETT, ftTII AVENUE THEATRE. 0 This MONDAY, .Tune 16. Mr. JAMES LEWIS' BENEEIT, and LAST NIGHT but eleven of MADELEIN MOREL, 5TH AVENUE THEATRE. WEDNESDAY, June 13. BENEFIT OF Miss fanny MORANT, and LAST NIGHT but nine of MADELEIN MOREL. Grand opera house, West Twenty-third street, corner of Eighth arenas. THURSDAY EVEN 1 NO, June 28, 1373, ORAND FAREWELL BENEFIT to Mr. DAN BRYANT, prior to his departure for Europe, tendered by Mr. A l'GUST IN daly, sole Lessee and Manager of the Grand Opera House, on which occasion Mr. BRYANT will appear in Irish Comedy, impersonating two of his matchless representations, MYLES NA COPPALEBN nnd HANDY ANDY. BOWERY THEATRE. WM. B. KHELIGH Manager MONDAY. June lfi. 1S7S. ENGAGEMENT FOR SIX NIGHTS OF THE GREAT EUROPEAN GYMNAST, the only rival of Lulu, Bounding into Space a distance of 35 feet from the Stage to Proscenium. First time of the new Sensational Drama, by J. W. Mcath, entitled UANNA, THE GIRL OF THE FACTORY; in five acts, interspersed with Magnificent Effects and Powerful Situations; preceded by the iovial Farce ot the JOLLY COBBLER. FRIDAY", 20th?Benefit of JOHN J. JONES, Treasurer. MONDAY Evening, June 2.1. Miss LAURA ALBERTA In her new Drama, ontltled OUT AT SEA. CENTRAL PARK GARDEN. ; THEODORE THOMAS. . THEODORE THOMAS' unrivalled SUMMER NIGHTS' CONCERTS. THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, JUNE 16, AT 8. 1. Marche et Cortege, "Kelne de Saba'' Gounod 2. Overture, '-Siege of Corinth" Rossini 3. Waltz, "IIoch/.rlts-Klacnge" Strauss 4. Selection, First act "Lohengrin" Wagner 5. Overture,'"Leonorc No. 1" Heeihoven 6. Polonaise, "Siruensee" Mevcrbeer 7. Nocturno, "Op. 9" Julius Zellner S. Rhapsodic llonsrofse No. 2 Liszt tt. overture, ."Hunya dl Ias/.o." Erksl 111. Reverie Vieuxteintu 11 Waltz, "On the BcnutlfUl Rhino" Keler Bela 12. Russian March Fantasie (n"w) Strauss Admission, St*.; packages containing 12 tickets, $1, others, usual priccs. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, AT 8, THBODORE THOMAS' ANNUAL BENEFIT. BRYANT'S OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD STREET^ between Gtli and 7th avenues, near Booth's Theatre. LAST WEEK but one ok tiik SEASON. BRYANT'S MINSTltKLS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTREL-'. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS BRYANT'S MISNTRE l,S B KING KARROT, The African Ballet Troup, the arrival ot LUCCA. DEAF AS A POST. Daniel in the Brvant's Den. IUUTH NIGHT ot HAMLET. The Strolling IMayers. The Course ol True Love Never Did Run Smooth. EVERY EVENING AT EIGHT. RYANTS OPERA HOUSE, TWENTY-THIRD ST. EXTRA MATINEE BENEFIT TO MR. NEIL BRYANT, on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, June 1?, 1873, on which occasion the following ar'.ists have kindly volunteered their services:? Mr CHARLES WHITE, Comedian; Mr CIIAKLE- D'ALHERTE. Baritone, and JULES LOMBARD, "Bass," in conjunction Willi DAN BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. MATINEE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, June IS. H7J, VI 2 O'CLOCK. AT 2 O'CLOCK. VfEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY. 618 BROAD i.i way, between Houston nnd Bleerki r streets.?Every one should visit the wonderful Museum; it Is lull ol every thing people should see Slid understand. Lectures daily (?n "The Philosophy ol Marriage." Those parties unable to attend thete important lectures ran have them for warded, post- rce. on receipt ot X> cents, bv addressing SECRETARY NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 611 Broadway, Row York. Metropolitan museum of art. Temporary building 12* West Fourteenth street. The Dl CESNOLA collections, from Cyprus, nnl the LOAN COLLECTIONS of WORKS OF \RT are open to the public datlv, rroin 10 A. M. until 6 P. M. Admission 90 cents. New and Important additions have been m.ido to tha loan Collections. CJTAGP. DANCING.?LADIES INSTRUCTED Foil THE 0 ballet and Tor premiere dancers ANGELA 8EF TON, 20 Fourth avonue, opposite Cooper Institute. /TARD-PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS-PIANO, VIO " J lln, orenn, guitar, zither, harp, singing, harmony; dav and evening; open nil Summer. 92 Clinton place (Eighth street); book free; circulars mailed. ?j^ETROruLlTAN THEATRICAL AND SHOW PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, HERALD BUILDING, BROADWAY AND ANN STRRRt A LaRoB ASSORTMENT OF THEATRICAL, MINSTREL AND VARIETY CUTS CONSTANTLY ON HAND' Ml sk a:.. AN ITALIAN TENOR SINGER, PROM ITALIAN opera, lent hoi Piano find sinning nt pc niontfi dnrtfi* the Hummer month 4, at 117 VTeil Twenty 11 tit street, near sixth avenue. / 1ARD ?MISS WATSON GIVES PRIVATE MI'SIO \J l.eksons at Clinton pi arc (Eighth street); plane, organ, guxsr, sither, singingi ??>en ail summer; Instrit uiwuis iw practice. circulars ??uiiid ires.

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