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[' WHOLE NO. 12,799.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS#
AMUSEMENTS?Second Page?Ftilb ?d4 auth column*.
AbTKOLOO V?NlBTH Fault - Sixth column.
BILLIARPS?Ninth Page Second column.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?second PAGE?
Third column.
boarders wanted?Second Page?Fir?t, ?econd and
third column#. _ . _
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR HALE-MNTII PAGE
Tiilrd column. . . _
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?NlWTH Page-SIxHi colllttlD.
BUSINESS NOTICES Seventh PAOE-Sixtb column.
CITY REAL LSI AT E FOR SAL?-NlMTil Page?Third
col umn.
CLERKS AND SALF.PMKN Twelfth Page?First and
fti*cou(l coiuivilli.
CLOTHING?Tv/ELI'Tfi Page Fourth eolunan.
COACHMEN AND HARDEN ERE?TWELFTH PAGE?Second
and tiilnl column*.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS-FlB?T PAGK-Flfth and aixlh
columns.
f COPARTNERSHIPS?Ninth Page Sixth column.
i COUNTRY BOARD?second Page?Fourth column.
DANOINO ACADEMIES?Second Page?t-lxth couunn.
.DENTISTRY?Ninth Page? Second column,
t DRY GOODS?Fiebt Page?Sixth column. ??
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND
UNFURNISHED?Twelfth Page - Fifth column.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS-First Page?Fl:th c.iluiun.
I EUROPE? Fibht Pah*?Sixth column. *
I EXCHANGE?Ninth Page?Stitli column.t
EXCURSIONS?Fikst Page?SUth column.
I FINANCIAL -First Page?Fourth oolumn.
FOR SALE?8 ro:<d Paj f?Fourth column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
TWEinn Page Fifth And aix'.h column#.
? FURNITURE?Firbt Pu r- Fourth column.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Twelfth Page-Fourth
column
1 lit LP HAHItU-HALEK-IHII.FTH 1'AOF^-1 MTU column.
HELP WANTED-FFMALFS -Et.1 vr.NTll PAOF-bfrth
comnii'. Hi'ft TwILKTll Pa<?If-Flint column.
horses, cakr1a . i 8, Ac.- first j auk?Second, third
and fourth olitinna.
HOTELS srv?M> 1'aci Third c lumn.
HOUSES, ROOM"*, ac., WANTED?Twklftii PagS?
Fottr'b clutr.n.
t instruction Ninth Paof -Fourth column.
IEKSEV CITY, llOHOKEN, III DSON CITY AND BERHER
REAL ESTATE FOR HALE -Ninth PAGETblrd
column.
LEGAL NOTIFKS Ninth Paok?Fuurth co'.umu.
, LOAN <'PKlt'RH?ftaht Page-Fourth column.
LOST AND lo. ND?FtK T Page?Firat column.
machinkr''?Sfoojsp Page?Fourth column.
HARULF MANTELS NINTH Pacif-Second column.
St DH'AJ,?Skcomi Paoe Fifth column.
ili.i.v1' ry and drf.nsmaklno-flbct Page- Stub
oolumn.
MISCEI.LAMKOCS ADVERTISEMENTS?TFNTH PAGE?
SUth c mn.
MlSOh 1.1 AMT'CS?Tweutfi Page?Sixth column.
MrSICAL-bfi'onli Page?Sixth columu.
Nl-.W PUBLICATIONS?Ninth Page?Seoondcolumn.
PERSON vl?Fibrt Page? First column.
! PlANOFolt'f' S? Toosit TaWK- Filth column.
Poet OFFICE NOTICE?First Page sixth column.
PROPOSALS -Nin rn 1'AQI'. -S'x'.h column.
: PROPERTY OUT OF T'lE C1TV FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?Ninth Page?Third and fourth chimin.
REAL ESTATE: TO EXC.1AN'.Ji-Nl.MU r AG K?Fourth
column.
: REAL ESTATE WANTED?NINTH PAGE?Fourth column.
RESTAURANTS?Ninth Page?Fourth co'umn.
REWARDS?first Page Firtt an? aecon t column*.
6Al.Es AT AUCTION?Ninth Page?Fifth and ilxth column*.
SITUATIONS WANTED--FFMALES ? El.FVENTH PAGKFlr?\
*ccono, third, fourth. llfth aad klx.li columns.
. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES-Twcui'U PAGE? l"lr?t
column.
' SPECIAL NOTICES? fiittt Path?Second column.
' SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, Ao.?First PAGE-Second
column.
' SUMMER RESORTS Seoond Page- Fourth column.
i THE TRADES- -T.vfi.vtii P\OV?Third and fourth column*.
, THE TURK?First Fade?Second column.
TO LEI FOR I3U.-I.NEbS PURPOSES?Twelvtb PageFF'th
i.olnmn.
; TRAVELLERS' OlilDE?FiTthT Page?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Twelfth Page?blxth column.
I WANTED TO PURCHASE?flriit I'age-Sfxth column.
Ifl ltA? I> liliAM'li OrrifJJ-rP TOAVN^
f A DVERTISEMfcNVB FOR THE NEW FORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT Bit AN < if" OFFICE,
1,2-tfi FROADWAY,
thrfe roop.l? above thirty-first street.
j ADVERT It KM PNTB AK1: RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL I P. M. EVERY DAT IN THE YEAR AT OFFICE
- RATER. ko EXTRA CHaRGK ok ANY Kim
PERSONAL.
Broadway stage yestepday morning, again
i)n nn- h.iii street. Your earnest admirer rery muoh'dcI
tires tbo pleasure of ymir acquaintance. If agreeable Dtesse
imtm o&anue black. Herald offlca.
p C. I.-THE GRADUATES OF TUP. COLLEGIATE
* '? and COTtn-'relal Inatuntc, New Haven, will plcate send
lUeir ad-lreiuea lo A. WAKEAiAN, Jr., W Wall street.
p C. WEDNESDAY, QUARTER PAST SEVEN. AT
i the irst I'lMC't, DOC.
DR. dutch. DENTIST, OP 8AN FRANCISCO. WILL
rlease s.r.d his addicts to w. R. M., bok 8,29ti Post
I Ofl.ee.
HARRdWILL BB AT U ON SATURDAY, SEPtembr.r
8, tit 1 o'clock.
Information wanted?ck kridof.t oostello,
an 111 h gtrl, a cm nhoro. who Strayed aw? from heme
un Sunday evening; a ,ed *0. 11^lit completion, red hair:
wore a 11ran stripe! calico -lr?*?; had on neither hat or
eliuw' when she left. Any information wtil he thankfully rsreiyed
by her sister, MARY COSTELLO, ItfS West Thlrty'-hrst
iti.et.
Information regarding joiin or oabrtfl
Pell, i -niie.-ly of Kotbtar, Hute, Scot1*!!-!, will greatly
oblige their brother, HUGH btLL, HI l'ostll road, Glasgow,
Scot an.l.
IF WILLIAM LEDGER WILL SK.S'D MIS ADDRESS
to bta broth r GEORGE LEDGER, Botmo Point f oat
ofl'.ce, N. J., lie will hear of something to his airaulugCIF
MAUD II.. RECENTLY RETURNED FROM
1 Chlcasn, r-l I address SHAKSPUAKK, box 131 llerald
office, .he will bear from mo old irloud.
t R. OR t. It. MUKPTIY. WHO WROTE A COMKUNItf
cation to the Secretary of the Treasury, under date of
Aiignst 14. wilt please call upon Supervisor DUTCHES in
reference to said letter.
Lillian l?, meet me to-day, at 11 a. m. or 2
P. M., et the old place. Wrdnesday, room 3.
?.?your information de8ired. address
the same party where an Interview can be had with
vou tir.1. P. K., lid* lt>6 Herald office. ( ,
Mils LEWIS- IF ENTIRELY AORERABLE WOULD
like to see you for a moment Wednesday, bat past
even. S.
C .. AI.LlM.HANY SI*illAit.S, VA. PLEASE WRITE.
O H.
WILL THE LADY WI'O LEFT THE STAGE AT
vv Kroa Iwav and Canal street, on Monday noun, prant an
Interview to the gentleman o: whom she made an .nquliy on
altphtiup' Address box A.ytO Post office. State question
asked to pre enl mistake.
\v' ill the lady, pressed in liottt silk. waitTV
ing at Knl'.on Kerry and then look a Third lienor car
at the Citv Hall, p'ease address the tenth man who tried to
speak to her on Tuesday afternoon ? Describe him, to prevent
mistake. A hlrets BROWN, Herald o.i ce.
Ur ill.?who do you lotst but who do
yott lo.e nest ? GOOSEY.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST?ON THURSDAY, AUGUST SI, THREE NOTES,
made by Aura hara Well,
Dntetl August 31. "0 days, fS'ifi III,
Dated August 31, !'0 days, tjU'nl,
Dated August SI, 4 rno.ithi, .fKUO,
payable at Msntitactiirers' National Rank. Brooklyn. All
pcr'ors are cautioned ? ainst tie".dialing the nan e, payment
havint; been slopped. 1 infer will please return them to W.
5. St flLoSs, tltli Church atrecl.
J OST-A SMALL GOLD CHAIN, WITH LOCKET ATMJ
tncheb The tinder will he suitably rewarded by leav.
lug it at US Btlhune street, .New York.
TOCT_0N THE STATF.N ISLAND RDAT WHICH LEFT
J the t'v I'rl' ay Inst at ft I*. M. * White Coat, wrapped
tin In it newspaper* $5 reward If delivered at DUFAIS A
WATI ER'S, Oo Beav r street.
r (1ST?ON THE MORNING OF THE 4TI1 INSI*.,
J eotolitg from Flfly-e.ph'.h to Eighth street. In a 1 hfru
avenue o?r, three store mils, ',u a ring. in' imnir win oe
*u ih 111v rewarded tiv leaving lliem at U Reade atreet, and no
queatmua aflted.
IOsT?A POCK P.TROOK, BETWEEN CHARLEY
j ffrK tr '? and S. venth nvantie an I ThlrtyfOUrth (tract.
Til" tin !er Willi n rewar H by returning It io W. J. ?!cUUKALi),
lit Water atreet.
I ObT?SEPTEMBER 3, 1" A 8EOOMI) AVI.NCR CAR,
j a Leather I'ravelnnp Bag. The Order will be rewarded
by returning the fame to owner, 11)0 Wortli atreit, up alalri.
IOKT-ON THURSDAY LAST, NEIGHBORHOOD OP
J Canal and Went atnetf, two Huilnenj Hooka, metre*
eirent io owner. Will tinder re'.nrn to or cotnmunicalc with
JittIN SiY.VLNS, i.o*t,r:tW I'oat c.lDce 1
IOST HV A POOR SOLDIER'S WIDOW. ON MONDAY,
J tour fin Id:,a *101. 1 lie Under will receive a reward and
Ibe thank* of the owner by returning It to Mr*. BURKE, 60S
Mril avenne.
Tosp-ON TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER S, 1-71. A RANK
J Hook In the tr,me of P. M. Kiel la containing f 12# In
Hi a. The tinder will receive a ll'ernl rewar I by returning
the hook and niottev to D. M. FIELDS, Mount St. Vincent,
Central Park.
Notice, i iiavi in mt possession a black
Mare, ft veara o.J. nlionl IO-j hand* It tub, anpnoaed to
biive'een atolen. Mnre to I e seen at S. .M. NEWMAN'S,
Mianua, Conn. Ea*>erti papera pleaae copy.
ctravpd Tl I dPAV. I'ROM 1M ' ? T I'll T NTV.
a > etuhth atreet, n while PnanUb l.ap Dog; long white hair,
brown ear*. Suitable iow.rnl tiveu by returning to alnve
ddreae.
STOLEN I KOM MR. JAMBS s. RiMSI .V, JAMAICA,
aw ^ on#* ^ ah i i? p Wnjnn ir?ar* bad
-I.0.!1 i?!7Yu'*lc ,roni Information ton*glrtnlo
Sew Jork 0 ,C* P^rtmwnt, ::t)i Mulberry atreet,
in wAims.
S10 '|Uhr'V?* .STRAVK|> OR stolen FROM MR.
Ann a dale, (f. l.bUI DCJ bf 1 clur"lntl the dog to W. L. j I.Sm U P,
(frr/t REWARD.?THE ARoVK SUM WILL RE I'AIO
jt* t0. nB* will aaleif tiring Leopold a boy
Mn.he', atreet,Head^uar>'t
of NflW \ >rk, lie )>i ot a rrry tiara ciniiiti'iin
black eye?, black hair and Intelligent looking.
:e ne
NEW
ItKWAUD*.
t .rrrv REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED.?
Taken from corner of 1'nrk place and Broadway, In
out of Broadway Bank. at about 2 o'clock P. M. on Saturday,
Sept. 2, a small bay Horse JJaioble onlau); weight
annul 871 lbs., color light bay, a sma:l piece cul olf tlie tip of
rlfht ear; Currlaje, of Wnty's make, near!y new. black
; body, top of acat dark purple, leather on lop of t o* behind;
, nea'i y new harness: no martin .ale; boise full of life; wiD
not br.i.r .rhino tig. Please report lr dlscoverel to A. O.
ROWH, Superintendent, toot of WcatTwcuiy-fourth street.
New York.
SIIAA REWARD- AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED,
Jv'Mr for lb# return ol a package of Lace Curtain*,
tukeu from 48 Last Fourteenth street.
OEURtiE PRATT A SON.
DETECTIVES?COX A KINO, 72 BROADWAY AND
11 New s reet, established l-<t>2; furnish on.yrollaole
end esp rlcnccd operatives; branc'j olf.cea 111 Chiaagu and
St. Louia; eonesp.ui It-uls in all principal cilioa and Europe.
Sl'KtlAL NOTICES.
A? A.-PKRPONS WHO ARK INSURED IN OOOD
lite insurance eomDantoa, nnd who do not detere to
lurreiider the r pollolei* by at, absolute aalp, can borrow the
surrender value of fta?lr pollc.es by uup'rlng at lmuranee
Agency, 87 Liberty street.
APPRENTICES' LIBRARY, 472 BROADWAY.?S HE REopening
of this Inst tutior., which was to Lava tatoD
place on Monday, tba 4th lust., has been positioned until
Monday, t ,o nth inst.
A? KF.NTUOKY STATE LOTTRRY.-CL.AHiJ NO. 62?,
, Noa. 68, 70, 87 drew $A>,900; Royal Havana Lottery.
September 2. No. 11,9 >7 drew SlOfl.OuO, gold. J. CLUTK,
Bro'icr, 2(6 Kr al way, bo* 4,969 Post ottlce, 13J Fulton street
and No. 2 I'ark row.
A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS.
KKN1 L'CKI STATU LOTTERIES.
KrNTUCKY?KXTHA 0I.AH8 NO. 821? HKi'T. S, 1871.
84, 4. IB, 42, 19. 1. 61, 18, 2, SO. 62. 66.
kpn rc.'ky?cr.ASs no. 822?skpt. n, 1871.
68, 70. ST. 2, 63. 18. 24, 28. 49, 38, 21, 6%
rAt.l't'All? KXTIIA 01. A SB NO. 421? SKIT. 6, 1871.
29, 6", ft'. 111, '23, 76, lit, 74, 41, 44, 34, 11.
rtl't'OAH CI.ABB NO. 422- BKI'T. ft. 1871.
8, 26, 63. 38. 61 24. 76. oft, 54, 53. 34, 38.
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covlnston, Kr.
J. CLl'TK, Broker, 2(W Broadway. Post olUoe bo* 4,969.
/CHURCH ORGAN EXHIBITION.?A LARGE ORGAN,
1 l for St. John's church, Georgetown, d. C.. will be on exhibition
tills day. from 9 A. M. itulil 4 P. M., at tlia factory of
111..'.by ERB1 N, 24 and 26 Vfttiter street, near Canal.
(10RNS, BUNIONS. INGROWING NAILS AND ALL
J Diseases of the Feet cured, without p&ln, by Dr. Vr.
JAMI'S. Jamee' Kxlirp>tor, for Corns, Bunions, Ac., BOc.
and $1 per box. No. 6-M Etoadway.
CORNS, BUNIONS, ENLARGED JOINT*, ALL Diseases
oi the feat cured by Dr. ZACUARIE, 19 Union
square.
C1ANAL BOAT PUOPULSI0N.-NEW YORK STATE OFi
fcrs ilHo.t'iKI tor the beat steam propeller discovered; coop,'ration
Sought; plan simple and pr.rfect.
.MARCUS H. LA1NG, 42 Johu street
Deafness.?dr. demeza has discovered a
means by which any deaf person can bo made to bear
lustantane uitly, without pain, medicine, or any surgical
treatment whatever; lie *'?o our's quickly all prlv.aeai.il
chronic disc i see. 2a Greenwich avenue, 9 to II A. M. and
from 4 to o P. M.
IIAVAna LOTTERY OF c :B8, SEPTEMBER 19.X
All the ott.ci.tl drawings kept on file.
JOS. HATES, 194 Broadway,r00M4,
OFFICE OF THE BOARD FOR THE FX A Ml.NATION
of ihc Lir.eoai"* Druggists and Prescription Clerks in
the elty of New York, 12 UnTott place.
Ail druggists and prescription clrrks In the city of New
York are hereby respectfully notified that the board aulv
appointed in accordance witn cliupter 283 of the laws of 1871
of thin state, will meet for the purpose of conducting examinations
dally, between the hours ot 10 A. M. and 3 P.M.,
at tbelr oflicc, 72 Union place.
Druggists will be examined first, and notified In alphahe.tical
order. Due notice will be afterwards given to prescription
clerks.
The subjects for examination will be chemistry, poisons
ncd their antidotal, practical pharmacy en i olllclnal uotauy,
mate, in niedlca, prescriptlona and the "adulterations of drugs.
The olllce wl.l be open dally from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
william' graham," ""
THEOBALD FKOH\VEIN,? Commissioner*.
C. M. O'J-KARV, M. P., J
LOVIB G. Rkampa. SecreUiy.
New Your, July 20.1971.
POOLS, POOLS. ?INTERNATIONAL REOtTTA, 8A PAX
iok?.?Pools will be .old this evening on the abort races
at 1,134 Broadway: a so on Friday evening, at Grand Union
Hotel, Saratoga, and on Saturday morning, at Moon's Late
House, by K UNDERWOOD.
Royal Havana lottery,
j. II. MARTINEZ A CO., Agents,
10 Wall Blrett. Boi 4.6S0 New York Post olllce.
Royal Havana lottery of ciiba-September
2.?First five drawn number* received. Kentucky,
class 522; No.. 69, 70. 0 drew 820.MC0. Hamburg ofllclul of
August 9 and 10 received. Address BALEY A co. (old established
olllce >, 174 llrou'iway.
Taxpayers and citizens' association of the
Twelfth ward of the city of New York.?Tlis regular
monthly meeting of lb s am'ictallon will be held nt Lincoln
Hud, 1 'Sill fctrcet; bt.wccn Third ana Fourth avenues, on
Wednesday evening, FepL 6. at 8 o'clock. Punctual att-ndance
is requested. ' wm. H. vol well, President.
WM. look wood, Secretary.
Si'OltTIMH-DOHS, R1RUS AC.
Francis butler, no. 8 peck slip, has the
largest and choicest assemblage of Dogs In the world.
Butler's infallible Mange Cure and Flea Exterminator, 76
cents: Butler's new work. $2) doge boarded, trained, Ac.;
trained ratting Ferrets. MeUlclues for ail diseases.
T^OR salk-a VERY FINE JOHN MULLIN DOUBLE
X Otui (12 bore, Rl-lnch barrels), with case; will be
old cheap. Inquire for II. DAVIS, W New Bowery.
~ TUB TURF.
1 fleetwood park association,
1 mokrisania.
westchester cot nty. n. y.
Art .>11 A Li rAI-Ll .MUtVllAU,
September IS, 18, 19 ana 20.
Premium*. $1(1,(100.
ptust pay Saturday. fmpt. 10.
Puwe No. 1?<1,00.', for horses lhat h>v-- never trotte.l better
than 3 minutes ; .1,600 to tirst horse, (290 to second, <190 to
third.
Purse No. 2? $2,M*i, for horses that have never trotted better
tuan 2:25; $1,500 to tir.u horse, $600 to second, $4'-0 to
third.
SFCOND PAY-MONDAY. RF.PT. 18.
Purse No. 3?$1,500. for burses that have nearer trotted
better than 2 :M; i/'Jtio to liral horse, $iUJ to second, $200 to
third.
Purse No. 4?$2,000. for hor-es that have never trotted
better than 2.2b; $1,800 to tirst horse, $600 to second, $200
to third.
THIRD DAY-TUESDAY, 8KPT. 19.
Purse No. 6?$1,000, for horses that have never trotted
better than 2.50, $t:'V to tirst horse, $260 to second, $150 to
third.
Purse No. (5?J1 MX), for horses tha' have never trotted
better than 2:38; $900 to f:rst horse, $400 to second, $2uo to
third.
FOURTH DVY-TYKDNEPDAY, BFPTEM11ER !0.
Purse No. 7 $4,5 !', frre tor a!) horses; $2,600 to first
horse, $9uo to sernn t. #650 to third, $450 In fourth.
Purse No. 8?$2,000. for horses that hnve never trotted better
than 2 :S1; $1,300 to first hoi sc, $500 to second, $2i0 to
third.
CONDITIONS.
All the above races are mile heats, best three in live, in harness,
and will be conducted under the rules of the Natl >nal
Association, and all entries must be made In accordance
therewith.
r.nirance lee iu per ccni 01 mc purse, wn.cn nun accom*
pany the nomination. Entries to be addressed to P. J. M.
VAN CORTLANDT, President, Po?t ofllce box 123, Morrlsal)
a, Westchester county. N. Y.. or at tlie ilolTmaP House,
Hew York, where the entries mil close on Wednesday, September
6, at 9 o'clock P. M.
By Older. P. J. M. VAN CORTLANDT, President.
D. TAUUIi MPWhiWtWt
fFLEETWOOD PARK TROTTING.
Wednesday, Sept. 6,11-71.
Match K-R0.1, Mile heals, beat 3 in 5.
M. Bellenger nairn-i b. g. Illrain. to wagon.
T. Tremble names I r. e. Brown Roeer, In harness.
Same Day, Wednesday, Pent 6, IK71.
Match #400.' Mile tieata, 3 In 5, In harneaa.
P. W. Fleming names ch. g. Honeat Tom.
M. W. Oleott namas ch. e- .lames.
Trotting to commence at H P. M.
P. J. M. VAN CORTLANTVT, President.
D. T.St I.MAN, Superlntandent.
1) HEM I IMS #20,0i)fl.
MYSTIC PARK,
Medfnrd, Mass., near Boston.
ANNUAL. KAI L MEETING,
October 3. 4. 5 and 6.
FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, Oct. 3.
No. I. Pnrae $2,000, for horasa tha- have never trotted
better than 3 minutes; $1,000 to Urat, $700 to aecono, $300 to
third.
No. 2. Purse $3,000, for horses that hare never trotted
better than 2:24; #1,600 to but, $1.0t0 to aecond, $600 to
third.
RECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY. Oct 4.
No. 3 Purse #1.0 0, for horeea tliat have never trn'tej
better than 2 50 #1.000 to first. $700 to second, $300 to third.
No. 4. Purse $3 000, for horaes that have never trottet
belter than 1:29?$1,600 to tiral, $1,000 to aecoud, $500 to
third.
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, Oct. 5.
No 5. Purse $2,1.00, fur horses that have never trolled
better than 2:JW? $1 ,i?M to Orel. $700 to aecond. $300 lo third.
No.fi. Purse $3,000, for bora a that have never trotted
hetter than 2:26?81,600 lo first, $1,000 to aecond, $500 to
FOURTH DAY, FRIDAY. Oct. 8.
No. 7. Pnrae $2,000, for hoi era that hare never trntled
batter than 8:32?$1,000 to orst. $700 to second, $<1011 to ibtrd.
No. f. Purse #3,000; stallions?$1,500 to Urat, $1,000 to
aecond, #5 0 to third.
Jay could, Thomai Jefferson and Draco Pilnce lo enter
and to start.
All the foregoing races sre mile heals, best tnree In Ave
the National Aaaoclatlon and nil entnea mint ho made m nccor-iance
tlierewlih. Any none dlitanclng tlie field ahall
oniv be enticed to firat money.
I ntranre fee ten per rent of tne purae, irhlcb mutt accompatif
tlio tniminalion In all oaaea.
All entrie* ir.uat be addreaaed to
R. 8. VTRIOHT ,% CO.,
Lafayette Hail, Bowdoln aqnar*, Button, Maaa.,
on or before
Heptemher 16. Ie7l, at 9 o'clock P. M.
I>RilSPK''T PARK PAIR OROl'NP ASSOCIATION.?
1 I'lilt radar. Neptem or 7, 8.'v P. M., match IMIM1, tbieo
mlioa and repent, In liarneaa.
W. Iieiini'it tiatne* b. f. Miatory.
B. McOratli namea a. to. LoUUO.
Oood day and track.
UEOROE W. OAKLEV, Pnpetlntendcnt.
iioksks, carriages, ScV.
A~"" CARRIA'JK REPOSITORY 141 WEST BROAP,
way. Itnekatrat*. Park and Pony Phaetooa, Kxpreaa,
Depot and Bna neaa Waynna; e.ithenop Hugtr.ea, $12S; two
eat, 9110. $i"8 lor K n kawir. at 141 \\ e at l>roadway.
Another kid otion in trice.-eleoant
th ee-prlng t'niii>e, alnltlng data :ront Rockaway and
family carnage, $..Oo, naual unco, JtSifi: ail other aly.ee.
MANUFAt TURERN' UNION REPOSITORi,638 Broadway.
A BREWSTER, OF BROOME 8TREEV, TOP WAOON,
A aide bar, :M Ibe. i Itoad Wagon, d > . Mn lha.; I Stlvar'a tide
bar lop. J illba.: u'l n-aily new . 1 Brewater eli-arat Pbaeion,
1 aecond b..nd P ny I'liaei o. 1 ant n lli.rd Clarence, very
i light. WM. II. uKA Y< 40 and li> W Jotter urtak
W YO
YORK, WEDNESDAY, SEP
_ HQ1MB8, OAEttUWMtl, dfcC.
At barker ,% lAVUSl
CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTE
&8 ALLS,
comer of Broadway and Tbi.ty-nlnth street,
MAJOR C. W. BARKER, ACC'l ION I'KB.
Regular sale* of Htraen, Carriages. Ac.,
fcVLKV WIiI)NK8DAY AND SATURDAY,
Tw.vty-four hour* allowed fur trial
on every lioric mid under warrantee.
CATALOGUE OK SALE TirlS DAY AT 12 O'CLOCK.
THE VERY SPEEDY, HIGHLY HKKD nnd handsome
golden torrol trottiui' Gelding "\\ ILKlh," street ly GOLD
DI'ST, rtani by LEXINGTON, bred nnd owned by Colonel
DORbEY, of KOhN STOCK FARM, Kentucky, until 5 yeara
ei>l, ii t5)i high, 7 yean old, end It one of the brat called and
pleeeanteet drlven.bat can be found; ha* uruita Tat Lou.avllle,
Ky., in S:47jtf, and la faster now than ever; haa line
style, action aud endurance, and la a great road borne; bus
heavy fiul mane au . tail; can !c drtyen fcv ar.y one and
wan anion sound and *lnJ; property of a gentleman In 111
health.
ELEGANT, EXTRA FINK AND SUPERIOR PAIR of
croas-mn'ohol GENTLEMAN'S ROADSTERS, geldings,
ar.iT and nav, and raised in Western Near York: lf>\t hands
liigD, 6 and " years old; Tory hao ly, game, stylish and E AKY
DRIVi UK; ai)art) all-day roadsters; trolled In Fleetwood
Park laat mouth in 8:l>2 WITHOUT PREPARATION: are
elegant in aingle harness; no vices, and fear nothing; drive
evenly, and are guile I alike; are matched in every particular
excapi color, and are warranted aound and kiud. Sold for
want of ute.
PAIR OP PAST BROWN TROTTERS (OilOST AND
MATKi, Ibtg high. 7 and i> yeara old, full ninne* and tails;
raised lu Be uxor. State of Malue; trotted tlda season at Proapert
Park In 2 48: are oa good a road team aa goes the road,
and are. wan anted to heat 2:60, and warranted sound anil
kind, A!ao a voiy line double Harness, quite new.
THK HIGII-HKitl> BROWN GELDING TIPO," 15!<
high, 6 yeara old; elegant driver; won a race when S years
old, at Greet Harrington, Maia., in 2 6", 2:64, 2:M34; haa
groat atyle and ia warranted aound and kind.
filly FA81, HIGH BRED AND ELEGANT TROTTING
folding "JOE TARKBR," ia a BLOOD 1IAY, no white, with
lonr, noitvr mane end lull, sired by KiSDYK'B HAMBLKTOMAN,
dam the last trottiny m re ARt'GLA;" la about
15L high and 8 ye >ra old, and ia one of the handioniest and
beat bred troll re In America; la an ele;a t. handy aud game
drlv r; trolled laat season. at Syracuse, N. Y., In 2:4834,
when out of condition; la afraid or nothing, can be driven
by a lady ; haa treat style and attracts much attention; ia
well known on the road and is warranted aound and kind ;
coat the present owner vl.tJUd; now ao.d on account of owner'*
111 health.
T1IE BEAUTIFUL HIGH BRED CHESTNUT IIOKSR
RAPID, with a RECORD OP 2:88 at St. Louie; aired i y
BASHAW and raised In Kentucky ; ia high, rt year* old,
and without exception na elegant a driver aa can be found;
tea a nothing; no road too lung for him ; la au every day
8:48 '.roller to road w&gon and warranted aound and kind.
ONE TOP WAGON, BUILT BY GODWIN; good
order.
FOUR NO TOP ROAD WAGONS; beat city builders.
NEW AND SECOND HAND Harncaa, 8add.es, Bridles,
Whips, Horeo Clothing. Sheets, Ac.
ONE PINE LIGHT BUSINESS WAGON; now and warranted.
ROCRAWAYS. DEPOT AND EXPRESS WAGONS.
ONE VICTORIA, I.v good order.
al'-O Several OTHER Horace.
FULL DESCRIPTION AT aale.
SALES NEVER POSTPONED on ncconnt of weather.
A GENTLEMAN HAVING MORE STOCK THAN HE
J\ can uae will aell either a Team of Goldtnss, 15'4 hands
nlrh, 8 an l S yeara old, or a Team of Mares, 19 hun la high,
8 years old, coior bay; bolli tpuroa are matched. being called
alike, step and drive ua one boras, either when tog,-log or at
speed; they are In dully use, are sound ar.d kind in slable or
harness; good single or any way bitched and will speed to
pole In throe minutes or better; any rentoti can drive them;
no lupgeri or pullers. Parties wishing choice stock, every
?way reliable, and who are willing to pay a fair price for
same, will please address Mr. D. HENRY,' station D, New
York, for four days.
A CLARENCE PRONT COUPE ROCK AWAY, COST
if 1,001), for $800.?Pony Phaeton. Coupe, Depot Wagon*,
Harness, second hand, sold low; seasonable t'arrlaces 2a per
cent lean than Broadway. IIAM'H, Fourth street.
A LOT OP HORSES, JUST FROM THK COUNTRY
for sale or exchange for Horses of less value; also a
few low priced Iloraes, lit for cans, trucks or any business
Inquire at Ml Cana street, corner of Washington.
A? LARGEST AND CHEAPEST LOT OP NEW AND
second hand Carriages of every description for sale at
the factory of DAY <fc SON'S, H? and US Erdr'dge street.
A victoria or a four seated tony wacion
wanted. Address, with price, P. W., He roll olEoe.
A SPLENDID LIGHT EXPRESS WAGON, ONLY
used otto day; price tfl.1l; cost IF900. Also two Top
Bocilcs. two ltond Wagons and lire sets Harness, at bargains.
141 Last Sixteenth street.
A?FOR SALE, A RF.AUTIFtJL TURNOUT; BLACK
. Ilors0,1 jj j hands high; can trot in 2:50; uUo Landau,
Harness, Dubois top Wncon: horse warranted sonnd and
kind ; price tfl.MlO. No. 6 West Thirteenth street.
T. E. GORDON.
ABR'iWhTF.R OF BROOMK STREET SHIFTING TOP
road Wagon for sale, in tine condition, price $9*0. To
lie sc-n lit 3(>5 rast Twenty-seventh street, between 10 A. m.
and 5 P. M. Inquire for GEORGE.
Brewster a oo., m fifth avenue, offer the
following second hand Carriage a, many of them their
own make, ami In excellent condition:?
One Landau on C springs in superb coudlllon.
On- Mall Phaeton.
Two six-seat Phaetons.
Two no top four-seat i'haetens.
One L&ndautrtte.
One round front Coupe.
One French Landau and
One Brougham by Peters, of London.
Cloupe rock aw ay, in good order.
) Shifting four or jump neat Wagon, (op ou bind seat.
Four-seat lop nnd no-top depot Wagons.
Fair-seat open Kockaways.
Victoria In good order.
Ten very fine cliy made top Wagon*.
Two "g seat Road Wagons.
Express Wagon.
At rrtvats sale.
JOHNSTON k VAN TAKSELL,
110,112 and 114 East 'I blrtecnth street, near Fourth av.
C1ARR1 AGES.?EVERY DESCRIPTION OF NEW AND
) fashio.iable Carriages at the lowest prices. Pony 1'hcatons
In variety. A. S. FLANDRAI', Carriage Builder,
No. 7 East Eighteenth street, near Fifth avenue.
CI ARRIAOKS.?LARUE ASSORTMENT OFFERED, LOWJ
est manufacturers' prices, comprising extension snd
hall' top Phaetons, RockAways, Victorias, Depots, Buggies,
Business Wagons and Pony Phaetons and Harness.
H. ri. WITTY A CO., In Ncvlr.s street, Brooklyn.
CTARRIAGF, FACTORY FOR SALE?WITH STOCK
and futures. 1 or particulars address D. M. P., station
F, Post office.
For hale-a brown horse, if. hands high,
the finest In this city; call and see for yourself. 212
East Slxty-:tfth street, near Third Avenue Railroad depot.
For sale-a park phaeton, made by brewster
k Co.; a Clarence, made by Wood Bros.; will be
sold cheap. Inquire at Calliornla Stables, Forty-sixth street,
near Sixth avenue.
For sale-fo' R-year-old sokfel filly, by
Ne.v Ji ncy, l'C high; kind, double and single. Address
TOO MANY, Herald oillce.
For sale-a handsome, well bred bay mare,
6 years o'd, 15'-J hands, tmely galted, of great endurance,
an excellent pole horse; can now show better than 11 minutes,
and must become very fast; warranted sound and kind In
every particular. Address HENDERSON, Herald office.
For rale-light shifting top express waaon.
Inquire at 7Rt Sixth avenue.
For salk-a wood brother shifting top
Buggy in first class order; price 4)1 IS. KM NInth avenue,
between Thirty-tirst and Thirty-second streets.
For balk-one of the finest cart or trpok
Horses in the city; he is 0 years old, 1d'4 hnn In high,
weighs 14 cwt.; warranted sound and kind In etery respect;
a trial given. Can be seen at ?72 Mott street.
JjlOR SALE-A HANDSOME CRAY HORSE, 4 YEARS
J; old, l'i hands high ; warranted sound atlk kind ; lettable
for doctor, grocer, express, coupe, undertaker or farmer.
i>?:i West Twenty-ctghlli street.
UOR RALE-A BRIGHT BAY HOKSF.lt) HANDS, 0
F years old, trots In 2:15, And warranted sound an I kind;
also Brewster (Hroome street) Wagon, Pole anil Shafts.
Apply to JOS. TOWNLKY, Boulevard stables, 156 and 157
\\ est Fiftieth street.
Horse and rockaway for sale-together
orserarste; Horse perfectly gem'e and relliblo; Rockawav
has movable glass front, glass doors, .to.; Horse,
Rockaway, $225. Dsn he seer, ut 148 East Thlrty-nlutb
street, or call on T. M., B2 Krude street.
"1 MMHNSE STOCK?GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.?
X Eeery style Carriage, new and second hand, now offering
?t great bargains; old Carnages taken In exchange. M AM UFAt'TUREKS'
UNION Ke.l'i iSITORV, 638 Broadway.
JUST ARRIVED THIS MORNING ?TEN GOOD WORK
Horses, suitable for all purpose*; to be sold cheap. App.j
at 66 Wooaler street, near Spring.
Ladies of new york.
Please take notice.
A private party will sell, lor want of use, the safest and
best laibos' Tram In the city; they cannot he duplicated for
kindnets, sotin loess, beauty and speed; they will stand untied
all iley; been driven by a lady two yen i s. Also, Phaetons,
lop Bug.y and road Wagon; maker, Stivers. Apply at
fi.'H Filth avenue.
DRIVATE STABLE; NEWLY FURNISHED, 1S9 WE8T
X Eighteenth street, to let. Apply to JOHN U. ("RIMMI
NS, 1.1.>5 Second avenue.
PRIVATE GENTLEMAN'S ROAD'hoRSK AT A BARL
patn . very Handsome, young, sound and kind ; can trot
close to three mluutea; also a tine bav latnlly Horse cheap;
wM trade for a light rookaway. Apply to a. P. TLLLY A
CO., 81 Chambers stre't, this day.
ORHKL MORSE FOR SALE KIND AND GENTLE
In single or double harness; has ,. en used by a lady
tor riding and driving to a phaeton ; stylish act.on. Inquire
id JOHN K ELLV, Uradltv a stah.es, Tulity tirst street, ucar
Fifth avenue.
tjPEKP. FOR 8ALK CHEAP ifSfbl, HAY MARK, li
O years old, sound, with ekceptlon of fnrtf cords will get
soielf driven at speed over pavements; good let I; stands
without tving; afraid of nothing; has bean driven all summi
r by ladles and children; has a record of 2:36, and can
show to-dav 2:50 or better to wagsn; does not pull o pound,
ami can go live heats. I an be seen at Club stable, roinsr of
Henry and President streets. South Brooklyn. Price itMO.
QPR1D.-VKRT FART PAC1NQ BORB8rBROWN, IS
O han Is, 8 v ars old ; very gentle; can neat 2:11(1; great p<>le
horse; Road Wagon, Harness; price $500; good Work Horse,
sound, 511 seventh avenue.
SHETLAND PONY FOP. SALE-IS <0 INCHES HIGH,
warranted sound ami kind, iree irom vcu or tricks and
was selected for its beauty and line temper; can be used by a
child live rears old. Also Paddle snd Bridle. Sold only for
want of use. Apply at stable, 101 hast Twenty-eighth at.
S"Table wanted.-a private stable, to ac
e mm ? ate lour horses and vantages; must be betwe-n
Eighth and Twenty-third stree-s and east ol Fourth avenue,
i and at moderate rent. Address, with particulars and terms,
C. A. A., Herald o.llce.
rro OWNERS OF HORSES - MO ONE WHO HAS EVER
X used I)b. Tobias' Hone Vee. tisn Lltiimrnl will ever be
without it; It is a certain cure tor colic, aoro throat, cuta,
bruises, old sores. R arranted superior to any other; In pint
bottles at $1. Sold by the druggists. Depot 10 Park place,
New York.
i rrwo SHIFTING PANEL COACHES, IN EXCELLENT
X order, at a ssciTiiee; will trade for a trotting Horse.
A so a n le "<'|d top M scon, city make.
, FRANK AH lie, 163 Crosby street, uear Ulceeher.
>RK H
TEMBER 0, 1871.?TRIPLE
IH'MWIIX, CAl?lA?m AC.
WANTED TO BENT -A STAHLK, BITWEEN TIIIK
tr-ntiilh uuil Fnrty-?eventh street* and Fourth and
Kialh avenue*. Addr-e* fc. H? box 6,417 Toil o'llce.
WANTKD-A SMALL PONY, WELL HROKK TO HARne*s,
sound, kml and gentle. for a lit'.le girl to drive.
A poly tu H A KVriT M A RSH, supu ictaudcot Adam* Lxprets
etaLlrs, Mar Broadway.
WANTKD-A Lie II r DOIMiLK HARNESS; MCST BE
in good order, good maker, and vciy cheap. Addrcis
II. A. F., box A,t05 Post olUee. ,
117 ANTED H'RHEH. HARNPSS. CARRIAGES AND
TT Furniture, for which unencumbered Lot* will be given,
at E u in in it, N.J. Addrets JENIsON, Herald oillce.
WANTED?IN OOOC ORDER OR NEARLY NEW,
second baud Korkaway, Artnri as, stating lowo*t cash
price, where teen, die., CaRIUAGi.8, box Mb Herald office.
3 SECOND HAND COACHES, IN PERFECT ORDER ;
alan a lame; assortment of new and ?> e n I bund
wo-rk. V'*. Top. No Top, Business and f xpr<!,s Wagon*,
at and nelow cost. ?7 and F? < diaries street.
(3>1 no NEW TOP WAOON; PONY PHAF.TON. $120;
d)IUW, Coaches, CUreuces, Rockawsys, Doctor's and
Top Phaetona, : xtenalon Top*; 1 Coach. $100; 0 Iretts. Top,
Kuud. Express Wagon a, Harness. Blankets, Lop Rones, in.
EMPIRE CITY REPOSITORY, 90tu 88 Woosier alreet.
FINANCIAL. __ ^
A -JAY COOKE A CO.
eta, are now offering the
7-30 Northern Pacific tiold
Bonne
nt par and accrued interest In currency.
With tl.Ml.
amp.ii vecurity
and
h!gh rate of tntcivat
there i* no Investment accessible to the people which
la more
pro lit a bin or safe.
All marketable Securities rectlwe<l In exchange at their
highest cash value.
Holders of Five-Twenties, and nil desiring to Invest In relisbe
bond", will receive roll iiartlcu'ar* on application to
bank fund bankers throughout the countrv, or to
.1AV < OOU A CO.
AGF.NTLE.M AN WIBHS8 TO ASSOCIATE HIM8BLF
with a member of the Slock Exchange, where points
and*buRiue? may be equivalent to cap.tal. Address box 1,109
l'oat ofllee.
Il^OR BALK?
1 Choice City and County Bonda,
paying from
Ten to Twelve per cent,
free of all taxes.
First class Securities of undoubted character below par.
Caali valuation of propertv, sB4.Y7iP.S17.
Whole Indebtedness (limited), only $8H2,0fl0.
Also New York City Railroad Stocks and Bonds, Insurance,
Bank and Gaslight Stocks, including an extensive variety of
other Sfte'iritl"*, fur safe an 1 profitable investments, at low
rates, for sale by
ALBERT H. NICOLAY,
Banker, Stock Auctioneer,
Dealer and broker lu Municipal Bonds,
49 Pine street. New York.
N. B First class investment Sectiriues. paying large rates
of interest, a specialty with this houre for uiauy years.
IBUNDtf TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE, IN SUMS OF
. ftl.lW and upwards, MuO.Ot'O: also budding loans ; also
funds to buy mortgngra and leaeckolds. Address ATTORNEY,
box bid New York Post ulllce.
VfONEY TO LOAN -ON BOND AND MORTGAGE, ON
l?j second mortgage aad on butlilin.;a lu cnurse of con
traetton. J. R. POWELL, 86 Pinestreet.
Mortgages wanted.-first, second and
Leasehold Mori gages wanted for Investment.
J AS. L. kKMPi.R, No. 7 Pine street.
O'HE NEW YORK STATE LOAN AND TRI78T 00*.
1 pany?119 Broad way,-corner > Cedar street, New York.
Cash Capital, .dl.OI'O.OOO.
Tntwsst allowed cm deposits., subject to cheek, same as
upon bank.
This com par. y Is authorized by law to accept and execute
all tins's of every description.
To receive deposits, allowing Interest on the same; to loan
ami advance money, to receive upon storage or deposit llulllon.
Knfii-.in. Btocka. Honi.s and < t. rtlhcatea or Evidences ttf
Debt.
To lake the management, custody and ehsrge nf Real and
Persona! I.elate and Property, ami to act as Trustee 01' Railroads
and other corporations.
Tue Company will niso lake charge of all kind, or Rscurltin
lor safe keeping, ooliectCoupons and Interest, Ac., remitting
for the time, or crediting In Recount, as may t-o desired.
The New York State Loan un l Trust Company has a paid
up cash rapital of one million dollars, and by Its charter baa
perpetual succession; its pin en of business is central; all Us
operations arc under the direction of a responsible Board of
Trustees, Jvxceuinrs, administrators, trustees of eeta'.cs,
guard iai ? of Infants, married women, apt nts having charge
of Dilates, females and others unaccustomed to loudness,
will find It to tholr advantrge to keep their accounts with this
company, adorning, as it does, all the security of a ban:;,
with the'advantage of the aecumulatl m of Interest oa then
accounts.
TRVFTEFS.
HENRY A. SMYTH K. President.
WILLIAM M. VEKMlLYE. Mac President.
A H. L?W, r. SCHUC11ARDT.
t". ft. BABCOCK, FRANOIB RK1DDY,
W. R. TRAVBRS, WILLIAM T. CAKNER.
THOMAS PICKS' ?N, H. A. Ul'KLHl'T,
(i. <}. HAVEN. DAVIl) LAMB.
JOHN BLUODOOOP, H. C. PAHNESTOCK,
WILLIAM P. DRAKE.
K. N. LAWRENCE, Secretary.
<?7>afi nnn T0 LOAN?FIRST BOND AND MORT IV
I 1/" ' oUu gage, on imnroved property In New York,
New Jersey and Westchester county. I'rluclpals only.
E. M. MAE ON, No. 1 Chambers street,
LOAN OFFICES.
AT 77 BLEECKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY,
up stairs iiigbest cash advances 011 Dlamon Is,
Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, ,tc.. or bought. Pawnbrokers'
Tickets bought at J7 lileeclcer street.
AT 716 BROADWAY-DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SILKS,
Camels' Hair Shawls, Ac., bought; also Money liberally
advanced on the same. Private ofllcc No. 1 V1 ashuigtou
place.
At wolf rrotuers', pm rroadway, between
Nineteenth and Twentieth streets.?Money loaned on
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, sllvcrwaro, S'llts; particularly
Pianos; private parlor tor ladies. Business strictly conddential.
AT HYMAN'8, 658 BROADWAY. CORNER OF BOND
atreei.?Liberal advance* made on Diamon li an I
Watchpn, Silverware, Ac., or will pay the highest market
price for tlie urne.
A T 67 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.?I
J\ pay Alio highest price for Diamond*, WutcbM. Jewelry,
Ac., or advance on the *nme. ISAACS, Diamond Broker,
67 Thirteenth ?i.ieet, neur Broadway.
AT L. BERNARD'S, 403 SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN
Twenty-fonrth and 'i'wetity-llfth street*.?Liberal advance*
made on Diamond*, Watch**, Jewelry and ail kind*
of good*. Same bought at lull value. ,
AT 697 BROADWAY, CORNER OF FOURTH STREET?
Liberal advance* on Diamond*, Watch**, Jewelry,
SUA*, Camel'* llalr Shawl*, Larc? and PerAoual Property of
every description. JAMES P. MATTHEWS.
AT THE OLD ESTABLISHED OFFICE, 66 NASSAU
struct, you can obtain 111mm al advance* on Diamond*,
Watches, Silverware, Ac., or will purchase them at their utmost
valuation, A. HORIUMAM, Broker.
?J<1 NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE TOST OFFICE.tttJ
Literal advance* made on Diamond*, Watches, Jewelry
and all kluils of infrchandlae. The same bought and
gold. DAYMAN LEOPOLD, room NO. 1.
Q/t NASSAU STREET. BETWEEN FULTON AND
O"' John street*.?NEWMAN LEOPOLD continues the
buying, scbliig or advancing on Diamond*, Watches, Jewelry,
Pianos, Merchandise, Life Policies for any amount.
(11Q BROADWAY, NEAR TWENTIETH STREET, UP
0 LO Blalrs.?Money advanced on Diamond*, Watches,
Jewclrv, Laces, Shawm, Pianos, Ac.; same bought Oflica
hours from 10 to 6. A. C. HERTS.
1 "SOI BROADWAY. ATI! It. MELVILLE'S JEWI.
I .7.1 clry and Coral store. Diamond*. Watches, Valuables
stored ior the summer. Cash cdvanccs on aame 11 require
I to any amount. 1,191 Brja Iway.
FI KNITI HE.
VLXR'iK ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS, FURN1TI RE,
Bedding, at the lowe?t ca?h price*, or on weekly or
monthly Instalment*, at o'FAKKKLL'S warcroom*, No. SW
Eighth avenue, corner Twentieth street,
AT K. ROTH'S COMMISSION AND FURNITURE
Hon*e, Ml Klreckerrlrcet, between Broadway and Bcwerv?M*'niticent
Pompadour ?tyle double Parlor Suit, nearly
new, rout yA5<i, for .y-oO; one do. satin brocatel, ?evrn piece*,
co?t ?:l'k>. f, r iJl.VI; all itvle* Parlor and Library Bulls, covered
with all color* of reps, from $45 up to $,U); a larce
variety Parlor, Chamber, Library ami Dininp Boom Furniture
for ?*> at private sate at a great bargain lor cash.
Oood* packed and delivered free.
A MAGNIFICENT POMPADOUR STYLE SATIN BROcatrl
Parlor Suit, cost #476, for ?B1T5; one do., $75; rep*
and haircloth, from $30 up; ro?wood and walnut Chamber
S ills, from .y.'lU up to <1175; Brussels Carpel* 60 cent* per
yard, Curtain*. Painting*. Clock*. Mirror*, (Has*. China -oi l
Silver Ware, at ies* than naif ooit for cash ; mnenihcent 7
octave Pianoforte, cn*t $"0U, for 1(1*76. Cad at the private
residence U East Tenth *lreel, one block wc?t of Broadway,
between I uivpratly place and Fifth avenue.
A ?for balk, contents of five story resi,
denrr, 120 West Twenty-third street, mainly rianoL.rte,
Parlor Suitr, Library ana Drawn# Room -nils, covered In
broeatel, satin an<l sl.k reps, from to $2tD; 12 beuroonu,
completely furnished; Bedsteads. Bureaus. Washatands,
Wardrobes, Ac.; 25 elecant Spring and Hilr Mattresses ; al*o
Basement end Dinlnc Room Furniture. B 4 U buy eisewln-ie
call and examine. Out ibte out.
FAMILY "~bErLlNf.NO HOUSHCEKPTVO WILL
eell magnificent Drawing Room Suit, Pompadour aiyla.
covered broeatel, cost $45(1, for .'82UO; ooe do., fyo; PlanoI
forte, coet $750, for $275. Pal. tings, I r.>n7es, Carpets.
Etageree, Ronkca*es, Chamber, Dining Furniture. .10 Weal
Fifteenth street, near Fifth arenur.
FAMILY DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING WILL
roll the entire Furniture of three e'.orjr house; fiirnl*
i tore all new In Mar; rent of house .fil.'JXJ; a I tie chance lur
1 a lady for boarding houie. Inquire on the premises 254
West Twentieth street.
/ A AKPETS, FURNITURE. BEDDING, AC., AT REDUCED
4 i prlrea. HouaekeeLCi* mpolied, an i ran par by th? n?et
or month, at GREEN E'H, 804 Eighth avenue, corner Twrntyflfth
street.
Furniture, carpet* and redding, ntr.
largest assortment and tho lowest prices for ta ih or on
I weekly or monthly paymeuls, at B. M. LOW PER I it W At i ?,
155 Chatham street.
Household n rniturb for sale nearly
new. Apply at A. J. ROBERTS', 2*2 Ninth avenue.
Monthly or weekly paymknrs?o\rrbr 1$
Furniture, Holding. A* ^ ^ cu>NlM,JIUMt
3B4 and 3StJ Third avenue, near Twenty-eighth sir i n
Prices lower than any other house in the oltv.
PARLOR REDS A SPECIALTY -SIX DIFFERENT
kinds; a so fine Furnr.ore. Carpets, Upholstery, M rr>
rs, Ac. CLARKE'S House Furnishing W.rehti ?.>, 74J
I Broadway, terms liberal to suit the times.
[ERA1
SHEET.
rotmAX gTBAMIWIfW.
/ 1I NARI) LINK.
U THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMEMOAN UOVAL
MAIL bTRAMHIIIPfl.
BETWEEN NEW t OKK AND LIY KKPOOL, CALLING
AT CORK IIAKKOK.
JAVA....Wednesday, Sept. H It ATAVIA..Saturday, Sept. 9
f UHA.... Wednesday, Sept. 1H PA KTHI A.Buluulay, S. m. 1G
flOOTlA.. Wednesday, Sept. JO ALUKKIA s?tur'ay, Sept. 2?
< IIIN A .. Wednesday. .' fpt. M ABYSSINIA Sst., H. pt dfl
R! SSlA...Wednes'ay. Oot. 4 CaLABRIA, Saturday, Oct 7
rates OF PASSAllK.
Bv Wt inetdsv Summer*, not carrying Fteers-e.
Tor Russia una Sco'ta. Uy other \Vedacidaj Ships.
Cabin $130, gold Calm $ioo, B?a
S.Toa.l Cub'n SO. gold Secoud Cabin So. noil
Return Ticket*, Cabin *o I $-.10, cold
Second Cabin aloO, gold
fly Steamers carrying Steerage Passenger.
PlrstiCaMn gold Steerage Id". < urreofl?
Return T'lolte'e $160. gold
Ticket* to Puns, $15, gold, additional
Steerage tickets from Liverpool and fjueer.it jtn an I ull
part* of Europe, at lovvo-t rates.
Through kills of Ladlug given for Belfast, (llssgow, ILsvre,
Antwerp an J other ports on the Coutii.out; utirtTor MeJiter.
Ionian ports.
For Freight and Cabin Passage apply at tho Companj a
office, No. 4 PowUng ureen.
Koi Steerage Puoisgo, at 11! Ilroadtvay, Trln'ty Building.
C11AS. i). Fit." MCKLYJf, Agent
PARSENGKR8 PKK STEAMSHIP JAVA EMBARK
from th-, Cunard wharf, foot of Grand street, Jersey
City, at lo:.I0 A. M. on Wednesday, Septembers.
CH AS. G. FRANKLYN, No. 4 Bowling Green.
/ JNLV DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE.
THE QLNKRAL TRANSATLANTIC company's MAIL
STEAMSHIPS between NEW york AND HAVRE,
CALLING AT 11 REST.
The splendid Ter.seli on this favorite route for the Coutl
ru nt will s.nl from pier oO North Hirer, as folluws: ?
LAFAYETTE, r.uu.au Saturday. September 9
ST. LAURENT, L. marie Saturday, September id
villi: iPARIS, Suruiont Saturday, October 7
PERE1KE, Deiire Saturday, October 41
Trice of passage In gold dnoluding wluc) to Brest or
Havre i?
First cabin .yl2", | Second cabin $75
Excursion tick,. U issued at reunceu rat,'A
Three slearaera do not curry sceeruge pa.sangera.
American iruvcliera going to or returning irom the Contlnrnt
of Europe bv taking the st?amera of '.his line avj.d
both transit by Kngli.h railway and the dltcomiurU nl crossIn
the Channel, lie Odes saving time, trouble and expense.
GEOItoE MACKENZIE, Agent, M Broadway.
IN MAN LINE,
For Queenstown and Liverpool.
R 'ynl Mall earner, are appointed lo salt as follows: CITY
OF ANTWERP Thursday, Sept. 7. noon.
t ITY OF WASH IN. .TON Saturday. Kept. 9. 1 P. M.
CITV OF IIAI.TIMORE Thursday, Sept. 14,2 P. m.
C1TV OF BRUSSELS Saturday. Sept. lti, 4 P. H.
And each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, Irom pier 45
North River.
RATES OF PAFSAOE.
Payable In gold. | Payable in currency.
First cabin. $ 5 I Steerage ,...930
To Lnridoll 80 I To London Hi
To Pane bill To Pa,Is iit)
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden,
Norway and Denmark at reduced rates.
T Icke.ts can be bought here at moderate rates by person*
wishing to send for their friends.
For further information apply at the company's nflloe.
JOliN U. DALE, Agent,
15 Bradway, New Vorlc.
North german lloyd steamship company.
For Southampton and Bremen.
The steamship FRAN Kb CUT, Gap lain Jul. Harm, will
sail on Thursday, September 7, at 2 P. M., from Bremen pier,
foot of Third street, Hoboken.
To be followed by steamship DEOTKCHLAND, Captain A.
A. F. Neynaiier, on Saturday, September 9.
Rates of passage to London, Havre and Bremen,
p tyalde in gold or its equivalent lu currency,
First cabin ,,,. ,$U9
Second Cabin 72
Steerage iit'
For freight or passage apply to
oelriohs a co., Ager.lg,
68 Broad street.
WHITE STAR LINE.
New York. Cork and Liverpool. New and full-cowered
Steamships, the six largest iu the tvoild.
OCEANIC, ARCTIC, PACIFIC.
ATLANTIC, BALTIC. ADRIATIC,
0,000 tons bnrden?8,000 b. p. each.
Sailing from New York ,,n Saturdays, fiom Liverpool on
Thursdays, calling ut Cork Humor each way.
AT LAN 110, t'upt. Murray, Sent. 9, 1 P. M.
OCEANIC, Capt. Thompson, Sept. 2J, 2 P. m.
BALTIC, October;, 11 A. M.
From the White star Dock, i'avonta Ferry, Jersey Ctty.
Passenger actomniodalions (for all c.aases) unrivalled,
cuml tiling safety, speed and comfort.
Saloons. state room*, tmnklna room and bathrooms in
1 midship section, where lonitt motion is felt. Surgeons and
Mi-wardens*** aooomnany ilie'e steamers. '
Rates -Saloon, $?*) In gold. Steerage, $$!) In currency.
Tliote wishing to "end for l'rtenr!a irotn th>- Old Country oiu
now obtain steerage prepaid o**rtlfhutcs, $lid currency.
Tasrongers booked to or from all parts ot America, faris,
Hamburg. Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China, Ac,
Excursion tickets granted at lowest rates.
Drafts from ?1 upwards.
For Information apply at tho company's oAlces, No. 19
Broadway, New York. J. H. SHARKS, Agent.
oteam to q0een8town AND liverpool-OARrvinRthe
United States malls
Sailing ever* Wednesday.
TPA1IO, Trice Septembers, at II A. M
MANHATTAN sal's ? Friday, bepu 8, at noun
From pier 4ti Norm rlyer.
Cabin passage, #711, gold; steerage, #3(1, d irroncy.
Prepaid tickets, $33, cm rency.
Passengers booked to and trom Paris, Humbnr/, Norway
and Sweuen, Ac. Drafia on Ireland, England, France and
Germany at lowest rales. Apply to
W ILLIAMS 4 OUION, 29 Hroadway, or
O'DONOVAN ROsSA, Branch odlce, -U Broadway.
Anchor line.
Steamers sail ryery Wednesday and Saturday to and front
NEW YORK AND GLASGOW,
calling at Londonderry to land malls and passengers,
Paesengert booked nnd'forwarded to and from all railway
stations In Grent Hritalu, Ireland, Germany. Norway. Hwe- I
den or Denmark apd America as safely, speedily, uoinforia- I
biv-and rbsanly as by any other runts or lino.
" KXPItMsK" STFAMtM. I "EXTRA" 8TFAMIR0.
INDIA Sat., Sept. ?| CALEDONIA.'! lies., Sept. 13
COLUMBIA Sat.. Sept.'? | DORIAN Wed., Sept. 2(1
ANGL1A Sat.. Sent.'.Hi ASSYRIA Wed., Sept. 27
AUd .' KALIA. ...Sat., Sept. 8U I SI HUMAN W ed., Oct. 4
and every Wednesday and Saturday thereafter,
lrom pier 3d North Riyer, New Y'ork. at noun.
Kate* of passage, partible in currency,
to Liverpool, Glasgow or llerry
First cabins, $80 and $76, according to location.
Cabin excursion tiekels good for twelve mouths), securing
best accommodations, $130.
Intermediate, $33; steeraj'. $38.
Certificates, at lowest rates, can be bought here by those
wishing to send for their friends.
Pratt* issued, payable on presentation.
Apply at the company's odloea to,
HEN DERSON BROTHERS, lfo. 7 Bow'tng Omen
OTEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND UUEKNBTOWN.
n Cl'NARD LINK.
HATAVIA Sails Saturday, Sent. 9, at I T. M.
PA KI HI A.... Salle Saturday, Sept. 18, at 2 P. M,
Cabin passage, HO. gold; steerage. $30ourisucy.
Steerage paMnun to New Ynrk, $H4.
For freight or cabin passage apply si No. 4 Bowilng Omen.
For aittraae pas&atp- apply at 111 Broadway, Trinity Building.
CHARLES O. FRANCKLVN, Agent
OTEAM TO LONDON.
[j Steainshipi FAHAOUAY August 3s), 1871
Rutas of passage, in currency: ?
First cabin, $70; second cabin. $tol; steerage, $ "id.
HOW LAND X ASPINW ILL, Agents,
64 and 66 nouiu street.
VATTONAL LINE.
1\ STEAM TO yUEKNSToWN AND LIVI.RTOOL,
from uler47 North R-ver,
DENMARK, Andrew* s.unroay, September 9, at I P. M
ENGLAND, Thompson. ...Saturday. September Ml, at 3 T. M
Tmuui to Liyerpoo-, Qnaenstown or London direct?
Cabin, $76 and .-jttifi; stner,?ee, $iS, currenrv.
I "repaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, yueenstowm, Londonderry
an-l Gl isguw, $'73 currency.
For further particulars apply at the company s otlce, 83
Broadway. K. W, .1. HURST, Msnayr.
THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
Iron mall steamship
VANDALIA fMtral,
Captain N. C. Frsnzcn, will sail 00 Saturday, Sept. 9,1371,
at 2 P. M? for Hamburg,
taking passenger* from New York to ll.tmhurg.
First Cabin, 91*1; Second Cabin, $72, Hleeragc, f3d, gold;
pavahte in United States gold.
The WESTPHALIA will sail Sept. 13.1*71.
Kl NHARDI A CO., C. B. RICHARD * BOAS,
General Agents, General Tassenger Agent*.
81 Broad street, N. Y. No. 8 Barclay sireel, N. V.
ft*A TSCOTT'S EMIGRATION AND FOREIGN EX
X champ; olice.?Parage from Liverpool and Queenatown
weekly by nrst ciaa* stcannhip*. Alio from Liverpool and
London by weekly nailing packet** Lratta of I'l and uuwarda,
arailable In any part of tJre.it Itriulu and Ireland, at
tnc lowed rate* it TAPSCOTT BROTHERS A IH).'V
8b South ?lreet, New York.
LTMTED STATES PASSPORT H ITRK A i'.?OFFICIAL
J Panporla of ibe Douartiuent ot Slate laatied by A, C.
\\ ILI.MAfll II, I nited tdatej Court Buddings, II Clumbers
itreec.
CO UfrvrisB STEAMSHIP*.
1) ACIFIO MAIL STI'.AM All IP COMPANY'S LINE TO
California. Japan and Clbna,
via Pit llama.
Carrying Malta, Panaeritp'ri and Freight
to
Kingston, Jamaica. Santa Martha and Oreytown
and I'ariiic Co at t of Mexico,
Central America, Peru
and Chile.
Steamer* leaee 15th and i.Oth each month, except when
ttame ilatea I tali on Sunday, then 'be Uav preelpi*
Siptein'er 15?Steam, r KislNOSlAR. Cat tain II. P.
Conuer, will le .ea pier gj North Rirer, at PJoVloc* n'">n, for
Aapintvall yla Km.a.on, connecting at Panama witnateamer
Col.uKADO, Captain ??, tom bing at Acapttloo, ManianilSo
and M tiatiaii, and alao connecting tor all I entral
American and Sooth I'acilio port*. Freight for lait named
j ot'* rece|y.-d onld 4 P. M. of Sept mber 11.
Steamer CHINA will leaee Sun Franc aco September HO for
Japan and t'hina. For rate* of pa**age, Irelght and all
tinder nformaiioo apply at company'* oltire. on thy pier
foot of Canal street. r. R. BABY, Agent.
1,'OR YOKOHAMA, JAPAN.
r Pacific mil st?am< r ALASKA will be .'eapalcbe I from
.-*|| naut- *iu ioi >11* auuic ii?iucu j,un uu n euuee'iay, OtB
tutunt. it noon.
By order,
THEO. T. JOHNSON, Secretary.
OAN POMINOO Ll.Nl.-FoR PUKRTA ['LATA, RAM ANA
O ami San Domingo Cllv.- l'h? United s'taiea Mall Meam hip
J VUth, Captain L Deianuy, will leae pier No. 4 Norili
Hirer on Ttmreday, SBptrmaer 14, at 3 o'clock P. M. For
freight or pveeage apply to
8PUFPUK6 IIBOTHERS a CO., !? Broadway.
L'OK NEW ORLEAN8 DIRECT.
J Southern Line.
The icanmhiu WEYBOSSET,
Cart iln Botg?r,
Will leave pier 31 Emu River. Wr-lneeday, Repte ulerS,
Fte.clit :or St. Louie, Mobile anl UalTeslott taken.
Kor f reight ur pueeage, having eucorlor accoirioodationa,
apply to
C. H. MALLORT * CO., 153 MalJen t
tr<OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
r The Cromwell Bteimahlp Line.
The tleamehlp UKOROB WASIIIN.Htl.V, I a; tain E. V.
Oacer, will i?av? pier No. 9 N< rth River, on Saturday, sept.
9, at 3 o'clock P. M. Freight received d.illy. . Through raiet
given to Ua veetoo, Inolanola, Motille anJ St. Loulo.
Cabin pa*?'f,e, jf60; etccrage, iCJ.
Kor Irtkblor pu.aatre apply to. . .. .
U. it. ckomwelL * CO.. W Wee*, euecl. i
jD.
PRICE FOCR OENTST
t'oastwwb mtkajimhiph.
Havana, prookero a no vkra cruz.
N. w York md Mexican Mall Hteatiwh'P Cine, leaylng
pli-r 17 Kaat Klv r, at 3 1". M.t direct to llarann.
CLKOPATRt, I'lilldpa i Hayanu oulyJ..We Ineadsy, Sept. 11
CITY or MKlUD.k. Deakrn ...Monday, Sept. a)
CLEOPATRA. Phillip* llavun only)...Wednesday, Oct, ?
CITY or MEXICO, Tun merman, Saturday, Oot. H
For freight or i>*v?*re app'y to _
f. ALKXAnDBE 4 sons, J3 Broad vrgf.
1TNITKO STATES MAIL TO havana.
) Atlantic Moil St amnliiy Company,
nai'ing rc(;olailv every Thursday, at 3 o'clock P. M. precise!/,
Irnu id >r No. i North river.
OI.CMH1A, ('aptam K Van Rice, y!a Nataad Sept. 7
MISSOURI, Cartaln T. |?. Rdwarda Sefet. If
MOKI'.O t AST1.I;', Captain R. Adams Sept. 21
For freight or iiiuuage a,,,,ly to
a. W. P1MOCK, Pre aldent.
No. ft Bowling (ireen.
THE ATLANTIC MAIL HTEAMPIUP COMPANY WILL
deapatch for Havana, Saturday, fiept.oUnei t utenmr
crescent i'ITY. Cantaln m. h. Crowjll, ai au extra
steamer. ror freight only Inquire nt
A. W. DIMOOK, President,
Mo. 6 Bowling (Ireen.
rpEXAS LINE OP OALVfl: T'>N STEAMERS-TOUCHI
In;! at Key W cat, carrying 'he I'nlte.l Hiatus mall.
The .VI steamship tV 1LM1.noTON, Cnptaii c at pier 10
Eart river, will leave on Saturday, H.-ptemhcr D.
Through l.illn ol' lading given to Houaton and a I points nil
the (Jalrcaton, llouoton end Henderson, and ii 15. R. and C.
Railroad. ?
No Key Weal freight received on Saturday after I'd M.
For freight or pas.sABO.niigly.to .. . '
u. 11. ri/iitinmY iv <:<i., ins-n*i i?n iani, or
w. r. oLw>g k oa, nit i mtm .
rpoa HEW ORLEANS DESPATCH LIHB.?THE .1
F Iroi: steamiblp CONCORDIA, Ilr Ign Master, now
loading nt pier 17 Eat-' River, will leavs Saturday, Septeml>ei
9, at 4 o'clock I'. M. for freight or passa, 'poly to
N. II BKIOHAM, 98 Wwi street.
t/OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT,
r M HKCHAN1S' STEAMSHIP LINK.
From pier No. 5 Nortli Hlver, ?t 3 o'clock I'. M,
WESTERN METROPOLIS,
on Moudity, September 9.
Freight received dally. lurou*!, rates given to St. f.oull,
Vlcksbttrc, Mobile, Gitivr.s'on an I Iudlancfa.
For freight or pumagn, having supcrim accommodation*,
apply to FREDERIC BAKER, 30 Broadway.
T.ME GREAT SOUTHERN FREIGHT ANII PASSENGER
Line for Charleston, H. the Florida Ports,
utid the
Rnulh and Southwest,
sailing from pier No. 29 North river, ui 3 I'. M. every TYedne*.
dav and Saturday.
The l\r?t class sldnwb, el steamship
MANHATTAN, Captain M. S. W.odUilll,
will aai! on Wo In sdav, September 8.
Through passage liuaete and Uida of lading Issued alluvreA
rue*.
For freight or passage apply to
11ENRY R. MORGAN A CO.,
177 West street, comer Warren,
For through freight, tariff mid rates apply to
BENTLI.Y D. HASFLL, General Agent,
tire^l Southern Freight Line. 317 Broadway,
rtiirunee hi Thomas strert.
The steamship GEORGIA will follow and null on Saturday.
September 9.
For Norfolk, pity point and Richmond.
Old Dominion Steamship Company.
Steamships of tins lino Have pier 37 North Hirer, foot of
Reach street.
For Norfolk, City Point and Richmond. Thn steamship
ALBEMARLE tvi'l sail ou Thursday, Sept. 7, at 3 P. M.,
connecting with the Virginia and Tennessee Air linn, thd
Seaboard Ii.land Air linn. Petersburg and IVeldon Kallrouf,
Cnesapeako and Ohio Rail mad and Richmond and 1'anviiis
Railroad. Through passenger tickets and through bills of
lading at reduced rales to all points d mth au I SoUI'iweit.
Apply at oiTice, on pier if/, or at oillco of the compauy, 181
Greenwich street, corner of Dev.
THAVKhld ifs' Gl IDE.
A LB ANY AND TltO'i' DAY LINE.?STEAMERS 0.
A VIBBARD and DANIEL DREW, Horn Vestry street
st8:S0 A. M.; Thirty-fourth street ut8.4o; landlug at Yonfc.
ers, Tarrvtown and Nyack by ferryboat', Cozsens', West
Point, Cornwall, NntvoiiFg, Pou.Thkeepsle, ilkiuebecfc, CstskHI
and Hints- 11, connecting with evening trains 011 the New
York Central for the West, and on and alter dune 26 with tba
Albany and Susou. luiina r ind for Sharon Springs (nil front
New York) and Klughamton, and hv Rensselaer and Sara,
toga road for Saratoga Springs $3 all from Ne?v York). At
IluJson for Lebanon dprlugs, all rail. To Troy by steamboat
SCHUYLKK.
Narraoansett steamship company.
Four etciirslons t i handy Hook and return, dally (Sunday
excepted. > Thn tnnanlfl ?nt steamers
PLYMOUTH ROCK AND JESSE HOY T
will leave Pier'28 North River, foot of Murray street, ssf >tPLYMOUTH
ROCK 8:111 A. M. and l;WP. M,
JESSB llOYT Ihll) A. 51. and J.M P. M.
Fare to Sandy Hook and return, ? I Ik).
THE MARY POWELL, FROM VESTRY STREET AT
3:30 P. M. dally, making usual Ian Ibi <3. li-'turnlngleavn;
Roudoul6.30 A. M,, Ponatiseepsie rt:V), Milton 8.4>, New*
ourg7:3tl, Cornwall 7 :1.\ West Point 3:15, Conzeus' > A3, ar?
r.vlng in New York at Id 13.
2Z igcyiwioN?.r
IflORT LEE (OLD LANDING) AND PLEASANT VAL.
' lev Steamer TllOMAS E. ItULsE, Captain Ueorgn
W. Anuelt, leaves L'brieloohrr street dally at It) a. M. 2, 3-a
and 7Ui p. M. . Fort Lee. 7'. at: 1 11 id A. 5L. 4 nod 8!d P. M. i
lauding at rtni tv finirVi (ilMI OB mi but IMI up (rip. ^
POST OF7ICB NOTICE. ^
POST OK KICK NOTIOB.?THE MAIM f??R KUROPB,
during the week ending Saturday, Septembers, 1871,
will clone at tbla ortlre on Tuesday, at II A. X., on Wednea(ley
at H,? A. M., on Thursday it A. M., and on Saturday
at lU>to. A. M> P. tl. JONES, Postmaiter.
KVBOPK.
(}HA*U "vn:L' ParMa
12 Boulevard des Oapuclnea, 12
reopened.
After being entire!? reatored.
The prices of the tlrand Motel have been
greatly reduced by tne new directors.
The charge foi service
will be no more paid
by travellers.
100 Room* and Inawing Rooms,
very roinroitnnly furnished,
Irma 6 trance a day. neryloa Included,
labia d'hote.
Breakfasts ?l 1 Irancs , wine Include 1),
every bay frmn 11 A. M. till 1 P. M.
Dinners ul b inmcs i wIiih Included),
every bay at b J*. M. |>i eclse y.
Dinners a la carte.
Special k-r. lcc at luod price*,
Ine'udlog lodging. fuel, light, service and foa l,
Willi the cbuicn or taking the mcale In private
apartments, at the restaurant or at the table Thole.
Plrat class, per day. An Irenes?J4*. Kd.
Ne? uud ciaa*. per day, bS trance -JIM. Ad.
Third class, per day, in tratics -lbs. 4d.
I'd Boulevard des Capuctnee 1J, Paris.
G< RAND HOTEL PU LOUVRE, PARIS.
f Kit < do RE nil.
General reduction of prince.
OKANO HOTEL DC LOl VltE, PARIS,
7UI1 drawing rouais and bedrooms,
e'?i;antly furnished, at 'rotu3f.
GRAM) lltKEL I'll LOUVRE, PARIS.
Bieakteala at !lf. ado., w tie included,
frinn W A. M. till I P. M.
GRAM) HOTEL I'U LOtVRK, PARIS.
Dinners at ul., wine inc udnd,
daily ul 4 P. M
GRAND hotel i>u louvre, paris,
Reduction throughout.
7 T OTEL DE LA PLACE OU PALAIS ROYAL
J I. 17.1 Rue Klroli. Pari#,
facing the Place du I'alall R r, al and tin) Louvre, near the
Tullerice, the thealraa and the Place W la Rutirae. Rouma
from U francs and 'tptrarde. Table d'hotn at 5 franca, wine included
Hrrrtce a In carle In the ai .irtments. Reading rooms)
I'teticb and foreign newspaper*; cartbtpoa ; Intaepreter,
Hotel vvagram,
Purls 20S Rne ile Rlvolt, Parti,
American Hoarding House.
Board at from .J I 60 to .id per day.
yy elcb, m arhi tson a co.,
lb and 17 Cheat) lie, London,
Manufacturer* and Warehousemen.
C.-1..-.MS, Tua UV.H, f.U .m.-n.!.
Spun Silk an.I fancy Cotton Shirting*, ?
Scat fa, Mufflera, Puggaree*. Brace*, Be ta,
Silk and Cambric lUnkerchlt*, It \gs,
L'mbrella*. Portmanteaux, Hat Case*, Ac. AC.
sBrblgt p ace, Sonthwark ;
Munu.actorii.*? gti,;e>, Londonderry.
Established ICT.
Wholesale only. *
Llum rated caUlo ,?ie* an.I price Hat*
forwarded on application.
dry oooom.
OPF.NINO M KS. SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, ?l<
Broadway. near Twenneth rt eel. THURSDAY. FBIDAY
and SATURDAY Una week. DISPLAY OF FASHIONS.
Berlin, Hru?*e * and London will be representor). out or
town I adit* tkonld ? nd ten cents ant! aJdreas for our IJj
LUSTRATED P ATTIC It SI BAZAAR and choice of any ?
cent Pattern II contains. The Btait alone U MoltL valuable
for correct Information than all tin laaliionable pilbllcation*
combined.
Ail LUXURY AND ISttlLSiS.IIAK.INvl*
QPENINO of p, , Fil| Kaat.lons at
Mine. a. dulal's, 7BJ Br.,ndw*e.
tVaris millinery?madam FpRRKRO, NO. II la.
I fay He place has new, elegant style* of Fall and Wlni.
r Bonne'*. Kouol Huti, a cho assortment of Dres?
Cap*, F lower*. Feather*. As., AO. Fartlou ar alt uttou paid
to order*.
YACHTS* (STEAMBOATS* AC.
L'OB BALK?SCHOONER YACHT RKSTLKsS, AHOui
r PA ton*, lu complete order. Addr** box I,HIS New Yor?
Post oillce.
Kor SALIC -SLOOP yachtr'A; LEN'STII OVMALL
33 I ret IV incite*; beam lo feet 0 inihe*. Aidrcu bo*
581 PoM oillce.
IjHIR sale- A 100 TOM scltotlnkr^ in oood oil
. rfer, tunable for anything; or wool I c?. h.mge for real
tat*. BAMUEL coksh. 5V Hudson *tre?L
ANTED?TO purchase, a small propeller
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