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New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1872, New York, New York THE NEW YORK MRALD. WHOLJB NO. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1872-TRIPLE SHEET. BJRECTOKY FOtt AMYEKTISJSKS. fifth and sixth col- column. NII.TH column. BOAllUEna and fifth AN BROOKLYN "REAL ESTATE FOR First colninn. BUSINESS P4GB-SJxth Col- umn, BUSINESS NOTJcrS-SnvESTn column. CITY KI'AL I'STATU I-OK-EALE-SECVMD I'iCis-First CLEKK8 AND PACS-Flfth and tuxtJi column. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS-ELSVEKTII Pioz-Sixth column. COAL AND column. t'OAKTW ISR ST IMrtK-SIxUi cohran. COUNTRY riftli lolumn. fwriFTll column. i-olam-n. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, TUKNISUED AND CW- rUKNISHELl-SKCOM) PAnc-rourth column. EUEOPEAN and sixth columns. column. column. Sr.ro.sT) column. and f ixtlt JFUHNLSHED H.OOJIS AND APABTJIbSTS TO Bamaa and nttli columns. column. FRENCH PACE-Siztb. column. HBLP PAG--Ponrth and filth HELP col- umn. HORSES, CARRIAGES, fourth and columns. column. HOUSES, KOO.MS, iC., Fourth column. ICE VELFTII column. column. -JERSEY CITY. BOBOKES, HUDSON CITY AND BER- CEN P.EAL ESTATE FOB SALE-SECOND PAGE- Pjrst column. LOAN eeliiicn. LOST AND and second col- umns. column. KAJtBLE I'AGE-tirst column. column. KILLINERY AND DP-ESSMAKING-FlBST PAGZ-Second column. MISCELLANEOUS Sixth column. column. column. column. column. EI-TH column. POST OFFICE column. rolnmn. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS ELCVKJ.TH co'.umu. PKOPESTY OUT OF TL'E CIll' FOB SALE OK TO seccnd and third col- umns. HEAL ESTATE TO _rolumn, jJ58TArFr column. column. FIRST column. LB3 -AT and fiiirfl columns. SITUATIONS First third and fourth columns. column. SPECIAL column. BIP.DS, column. SUMMER and sixth THE column. TIIE Fats? ami third colamns. TOLBT-F'.HJ 3UPIVESS Tb.ird.ana fourtii TRAVELLERS' coin-nil. tTSFUBNKHED BOOMS ASD APARTMENTS TO SECOKD column. WANTED JO column. WATCHES. JEWELRY, col- umn __ __ WESTCHESTET: COITNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OB i TO column. i SACBTS. STEAMBOATS. col- i tram. PRICE FOUR T OST-YESTEBDAY MOKNIKo A WHITE SPITZ JJ Don, wlih wUltccpoton now; and reu iibUon around nccli; a litieralrowuro will bis given Vi'cst Ninth street IOST OH NOTE, DRAWN BY HIRSCU- 1 kind, Purkcr A Co.. (luted February 3, nix zt. iiayable Rt the National Shoe mid Leather All jiartles are hereby rautioimd against negotiating tue iwune as payment hag been stopped ____________M. sty. Pino street T OST OH STOLEN-ON WEDNESDAY. IN A FOURTTI JU nvcnno cor, a Sohtalro Ulumoii'l reivKrd ill be pnid ou its delivery at 3J3 nilh avenue. STOLKN-ON TUESDAY NIOUT, MAY 14. 1872, TUE made by Murphv my order, dated April tor 4900, na'yabie 45 days after date, and endorsed tnc: alf-o one dated May 10, 1S73, for S.'VOO, inad-j by A Nepbit ti> nrv order, pay- able 5f ilnys alter dnic. AH persons -ire cautioned against negotiating notes tlioy were stolen trom me and payment has been stopped. ROBERT FERDON, 344 XVcst T wenty-scvcnth street, AC ON WEDNESDAY EVEK- betM'een 8 and 3 o'clock, ou ths comer of I-orty-sccond street and Brondvvay, a black and tan to tlic natno oi "Billy." one returning him to tile St. Cloud Uotel will receive the above REWARD, ASD NO QUESTIONS A IN A SOUTH FERRY stage, between Canal ard Cortlandt street, a ladv'? morocco Pockctbook. containing abontSoo. The findfr mil obtain the regard hy returning It to C. II. BRAY, No.SOortlaudtttreet A WEDNESDAY, MAY IS, one roll of Carpets, between Sovcnty-toarth and Eighty steth streets. Canal street. return to express office, 355 REWARD ASD XO QUESTIONS the return of the gom Watch and Chain stolon from tho undersigned when leaving the Harlem bontat One Hundred and Nineteenth street, on Friday evenlne, May 10. A. D. ELMER, 2il Hc-rcer street, or 113th tet-wcan Tbira andTourth avenues. Sl'LllZO 187A of the TLEKTWOOW ASSOCIATION. FLEETWOOD PATilf. Morrlsanla, WestcbeHter county, on r REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED, FOR rctorn of Watch, Trim chain .ind initialed -----v.. Jn stolen on street car on Wednes- day nlgbt; pa rtiea may keep and contents. Address SiOSESA COHEN, 97 water itrcet, who "Will pay the reward on delivery. BKANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN, corner of Fultor, avenue and Bocruni street __________Open from S A. II. to 8 P. 51. ALL PRP.SONS vTITO DESIRE TEMPORARY LOVNS on life insurance policies can borrow the sur- render value at Hie Insurance Agencv, 32 Cedar street room 2. Broadway. FAMILIES MOVED, CITY i _______ ______, ____ OR country: Furniture, Pianofortes racked and shipncd: Storage tor Furniture, cts, 4c., 40 Warren street HARNESS. HARNESS. HARNESS .Every stylo and all of Harness, at lowej mannfncturere' prices, for UNION, 013 Broadway. casn, MANOFACTUB3KS HARNESS, HARNESS, HARNESS, irom a complete UD. Wo offer a very saperio stock of choice Haniess at very low prices about-half the price of enstom made tvork and equallj as reliable every vray. JOHNSTON i VAN TASSELL, 53 Liberty street HAVE A VERY FINE TWO-SEAT-PARK PHAETON FRED WP.IGHT, Sisty-secondstfoet UNION REPOSITORY. 63 yi. and nnmesa. all qualities am descriptions, new and -.second hand, at dcfyinc competition. Pony Phaetons, Depot Wagons and Ligb RocSaways in van assortment- PONY PH4ETONS, FOR SHETLAND lYj. ponied ossoate; superbly finished. ______A. 8. FLvVNDgAU, Ko. 7 East Eightsentn strec PHAETON AND HARNESS EXCHANGE for c .uity of In two story tin roof and exten plon frame Cottage, -.vtth two lots, elegantly laid out with fruits and flowers: 45 inmates from three ferries Brook lyn; price Address M. A. S., Xeiv Yo-lt PostoRlce. f Europe June i- Apply to E.'L. WARP. 27 Pearl street, seconrf-floor._______ _______ A FINE PAIR OF BLACK MADEIRA DONKEYS Saddle, Harness and Carriage iof role cheap. For particularj apply at 33 Broad street I "pOKY PHAETONS, IN OEBAT VARIETY, AT VEK1 J- lowest popular Depot Wac Park Fnaetong, Coupe Rockaivnys, Victorias, large A BifY HAP.NE5S. FARM CASTS. TENTS, HAJf- Jl mtcke. Xnlc McClellan Saddles, government Blacitets, Canvae, Boat Sails, jrncR Wagon, Vr.terproof Covera. W. ________ 52 Oortlandt etreei.' near Creenwieli. DEMAREST CO. 63S Broadway, nave- on hand the finest BtocS of seasonable Carriages ever offered to the pnbiic. BLESAST COUPE (COST FOP. 8650; -two Baronehes. t-wo Coaches, Bugglcn, second-hand, at moderate prices; variety of Summer Car- riapa._______ HAU'S, 10 East Fourttstreet A PONY FOR HANDS, 7 TEAKS OLD: warranted sound and kind in all harness; stand hy the-steam cars; also Phaeton and Harness, but little tlsed. Apply at pnvatc- stable 151 East Ivcenty-elghth st AGENTEEMAN GOING TO EUROPE WISHES TO sell a fine, stylish, pair of dark brown carriage Horses. Ifi hands 3 inches nigh, 5 years old, sosnd and fcind.-Apply at stables 35 Lesjnglon avenue, near Twenty- fourth street "-FOR SALE. A DOCTOR'S PHAETON. BUILT BY Peter Dubois; used bnt three tinjes: cost will chean, as owner is going out of-town. Inooire at stable sa West Tenth street A RESPECTABLE LADY, A Jmlc jnrl, 'ass no means of _ Mrs. IIENEY BLAXE, 4X West Forty-second street S WANTED IF THIS -SHOULD MF.ET JL tbc eye Qf Nicholas, James, Jfalhcw or K er- four lirothe-s, laud. thei see them. irothe-s, from Drvcrd, counly TCei-ford. Ire- aster, Kary Ann, TfouiiS like w heas from or CillatorfludressfiS-lVestThlrly-sevsjithsi. IKFOKJi.ViTON STTLLStAN BERRV OR Barry, If living; If not livins. of anv of his de- sccnilant9- He tverLcd ia the veftr JSil or IgS in Biclmnl Tucker's rope-A-alk, BrooltlsTi, then removed, sa aapova, to Mass- Asdress H box Sew 1'ori: Pest offlce._________-__________ TTANTED-OP MIKE AH- by she
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