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WHOLE NO. 12,807.
ratecroitt for minnsms.
AMC8KMENTS?Nintu Page Fourth, fifth and llxth col
umua.
ASTKuLocjV Seco.ni> Paok?Plith column.
BILLIAKDH Twelfth lA<iI? Kuurth column.
BOA KI* A i D I.OUiilNO wanl'ko?s*<io?d Pa<?*Ttilrd
mid fourth co u'nii*.
BOAKU.-.k> i\ aMV.P-Heoo.vp Paoe?Fir?t, leuoml Hn<J
third coiuiunu.
BROOKL. N ijoa UL??ski'om. Paue- Fourtn column.
BROOKLYN ttl AL fcSTATK KOR SAL.k~.mkiu 1'aue
BUSlNt.-s OFF* RTUWTIES?Twxi.hh Page -filxth
ooluinn. ? ?
BUSINESS NOTICES?Seventh Page ? P'xth onlnmn.
C1TV REAL ESiA'J'E KOK SALli?Ninth 1'auK?Firit
Hii'l aecnud coiuxni.
CLERKS a-NU bALESMEN?TWELFTH Page?Flrit colnmo.
CLOTliI NO? Ninth Page?Fifth column.
COAOHMI'N ANI? AKUENERS?'I'MriiLl'TH PAGE~Flr*t
nil tecond column*.
OOA8J*V18r: :-1'i-.AMSiI1PS?Kisst Page?Slxtli column.
CORPORATION NOTIONS?Twelfth Page-BixiIj column.
COUN itwi HOARD- Seoonp Page - Fourth column.
DA.mCIMu ACAOEM1E ?Ninth 1'aoe Klxtu coiuain.
DENTISTKV- Paue? i turd coluiuu.
DkV liOOUS?Kieht 1'age?Fourth column.
DWKLi lNU iloUafcS lu LuT. k\ KMSHED AND UNFl
K.' ibHhU?Seco.nh Faok-FoutU aud liftb colUXUIlf.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Fibkt PAGE-Fl/th and sixth
column*.
BUF.OPE KiRVr Page Fourth column.
Ext Uk&IOaS -Fiubt t auk?Sixth column.
FINANCIAL?KlHBT Pauk?Fifth column.
FOR SALt.?T>v ri.nu Faoe?Fifth column.
FUicNISH. U ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Page?Fifth ami nlxth coluuiua.
FUKN1T. KE?Ninth Pauk Fourth column.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?1-.LEVF.MU PAGE?SUlh
column.
HELP WANTED?MALE'S -Second Page?Second column.
HELP WANTED- FEMALES?ELEVENTH Page?Fifth
and sixth ooltimna.
HORSES, CARKlAOEo, Ac.?Fip.iht Page?Third anu
fourth c jluin. i.
HOTELS? Sroo.Mi Page?Fourth column.
HOU:? S, KOO.MS, 4c., WANTED?TWELITH PAOE?
rourui cuiiimu.
INSTRUCTION?FlHHT Pa.of?Kourth column.
JER8EV ?J11'>, HOBCJK K.N, Ill'I'SON CITY AND
HKRi.EN Rr.AL kbTATR FOR SALli?Nivi II
Faoe?Second co'uuiD.
LEQal NO'llC s--S' oomi Pagr?Sixth column.
Loan or FiCli??First Pamk?sikt'i column.
LO:-T AM) rOt'ND?lium FAGE F rat column.
MACUINF.RV ?Twkittu Page-Filth commit.
NAIL LI; MAM i.LS-TW I UTH I'auK-SiiiIi column.
Mi tdrai. t'<vi l.nii i'agi.?Fi ih column.
MI.Sihl.LAN ol'S ADVERTISEMENTS?t8nth Pa<IBSlktli
column.
MtSCI l.l.v.ti.oL'ri -Ninth Pa'.k -Thirlcolumn.
HUSICAL-Mmu Pauk?Silt couinn.
Fr?kho.>al MUST Page -Firs', coin i.n.
FlANoFOKt i 8?Ni itu Paox?Flftn column.
F08T OFFICE N'.-TiC. ?First Faue?sixth column.
PROPOSALS? M.?th Page?SUlh column.
ThoPt-Kry O. T OF THE CITY Fo.i SALE R TO
Rr.N r Nin hi pagr-Sccond unJ tulrd column*.
REAL EHTATIi 10 EXCHANGE?Ninth Paiir -Thlri
column.
RKAI. EHi ATE WANTED-Ninth Paqk?Third column.
KhWAKi'S?F iui>i Page?First column.
BALF.s AT AUi/l'lon?twxlith Page?Third mid Pourtl
columns
SITUATIONS WANTKD?Fit MALES?El.EVP nth Pa'IK
f ir?t, second, Ihlra, fourth una llflh rolnnms.
81T A'lIONS h A.M'tD-.MALES?Tweli ru Page Fir?
column.
tPECiAL NOTICES-Fust Page?rirjt and second col
umna.
jPOkTiAiU- DOUS, BIRDS, AO.?Flwr PAGE-Secou(
oo.uinn.
Bl'MMi.i. KEbORTS?Sunosii Paoe?Fourth column.
THE TRADES?T wklftr page?:-.eoon J and third col
tunns.
THfc 1 ltF?Fib-it Pagk?second an l third column*.
TO LET FOK H SINLSS PURPOSES -Sf.oo.U) PaUCFour'.k
column.
TRAVKLLir KV GLIDE-FlEBT Page?Sixth column.
INFl'RNlSUl.D ROOM8 ANH APARTMENTS To 1,ET8r.cosr>
1'agf?Sixth column.
wantr.ll to PURCHASE?FlRbT Page?Fourth cilumn
WAlCllfcS, Jh.Wl.LivV, ao.?Ninth Fage? Fourth col
umn.
llCUA .i) BltANl'll OKKIi'M ?I'J* I'UVAN.
A DVERT18KRENT8 FOR THE MRW YOKE lii-.KALl
RECEIVED AT BRANCH OFFICE.
],S4ii J1R0ADWAY,
THRFE POORS ABOVE THIRTY-FIRST STREET.
ADVER'lISEMLNTS ABE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M
TILL tJ'.M. EVERY DAY*IN THE TEAR AT OFF1U1
RATES. NOE.XIRA CHA~ROE OF ANY RIND.
Plt'llSONAL^
A LRERT W. FLAN IlRM AC-THERE ARE LETTER
A for .vou In the i atemoa l'o*t uQiCP.
C1 ?FKOM 2'v TO 8 O'CLOCK THURSDAY Al TEH
noun. C.
(1HABLRB OTNBT, VOCALIST, WILL FABTICC
1 lariy oblige lume friend* by calling immediately o
FRKU RA.NIUJl.ril, M Broadway.
ELMKR'8 Oft CLE?THERE IS A LETTER for yoi
at the Her?lil ofl'.ce.
My PAKLINti WIFE-HOW SHAi.L I SI'.ND YO
aunt's ?ddres?/ I lm-e wilte ?t once. A-seter,
.S. ii. V.
Maud, -today liiiao a. m. fklt quite uu
appointed yeilrrday. If wet. Friday.
station island.
PALI-; ALH?no POT FAIL; <>N FRIDAY, SUM
make usual t^nr, rain or sblne, deal or aitve, or I ki
you with a n?lr;iin. i'ortkr SUA KJ'SI'hAR!'..
Richards -rkceiv ed your last letter, bu
cannot anKwer H. because I forj'.ot li't? nuubcr t
your Font olllce bo*. I'leise write alfclri, *"n<1iU(( your ac
arena. W ill explain my not u.eetlngyou 1'UMduy. jj.????i
KED INK. NOTB OF TOT UTH BBCFiTBD (int.
t Wednesday, too Into tor Tuesday. Will ?>e mere Su
day, Monday or Tuesday.
1) EtiRKT T1IF APPOINTMENT FOB WBDNESDAT B A
It not kept. Write, appointing au oarl} day. !< ' com ?
Dh.NT.
SAVI'IL nr. davis, FORMERLY OF CINCINNATI
Obi.), will ,''aiii ?omeih!ni: t) hla a-lrauta n by rnl In
cr sending but address tu 817 Washington ; ?* Vuri
rpiIE OENTLF.VAN 13 VERY ANXIOUS TO BECOMi
.1 aceu ilntfd wh b the young lady lio exchange i se.it
with In a Slith ?v nun rar l??t Snnday afteru ion. and win
got out Kt Twenty ninth street. Will ?he favor bun wltt* 3
reply to tills ; A Mr.-.* liLD-tN, Gil Kroadway.
13eksonal.?hoffman house, wednesday, p. m
vnil tbf la ly with Jockey hat, with bl'ic* an i vrblt
band, who ackn nvir i.u I salu;e ol unntl?ri?n with win
flau. pieare *ind addrem tomorrow morning .to uI^NIl'
C, t TIT, box 11) llerald (J| town KraucU odJco, 1,241) ltroa l
vinyl
LOOt AN (> FOUND.
WOUND?ON SIN DAY LU.MNU LAST. A boat
J1 in lent long 'I lie owner can hare lame by paying ei
prnR<'?, at DA.MI'L ML'Rt'HY'd, 7J Columbia ureet, buut
Brooklyn
WOUND- \ FO' KETBOHK. CONTAIN I.'ii. A PVAt,
r sum of in nev, In th.< Staten Is.and lerrt house, Wliitt
ball street. Owner can liav<- tame r>y proving propt rty.
Mi s. JULIAN, 46 Wm lirm
FOUND-ON THE I'Rf MlSI S t)F VDWARD HIM RKJ
Flathusli. L. I., a stray Cow. The owucr can bavo
I>y proving property and paying expense!.
LOST-ON Wh DNESDAY AFTERNOON. BETWEEN f
Sixth avenue an l 79 Muedougul street, a lurce ?li
morocco Foe<ett>ook. comalnlu j two p.ixses for Nlbio'
and o ner .,rtlc,e?. I be ttt.der will b? gratefully r.-warded I
returning It to &ti Ixth avenue.
IOST-A COLD RINO, SET WITH A TI RQUOIS
J (tone. Twice the value or the ring will be paid for i
return to the Westminster Hotel.
" REWARIIH. ^
Aor REWA RD.?LOST ON MONDAY, IN HROA1
ipm) way car, Is.lies' (old Watch, detached lerer.Wacbi
row & Constantino, Genera, No. <4,413, II Jewels; valued
kc-psake; the abure reward, an J nu questions asked, by r
turning to room 18, 336 Broadway.
" SPECIAL NOTIOEW.
An author will sell very interkstin
Reading!, written in pencil, on different subjects, cut
a* fables, dene, rellclou, astronomy, geology, theatrical, *
Aduress I. F., box 138 Herald office.
A -A.-PERSONS WHO ARE INSURED IN 000
? lite insurance comcanlea. and who do nut desire l
surrender their policies by an absolute sale, can borrow tti
surrrner Talue of i be I r policies by applying at insurant
Agency, *7 Liberty street.
A? OFFICIAL, DRAWINGS.
. KK.N11 CRY STATE LOTTERIES.
EVNTITCBY?EI Tit A rl.AM NO. M6?MVT. 13, 1871.
01, 41, M, 1M. 36, (.a. 4, 71. 60, ilt, 33.
*FMl l'KT-Ct.AM KO. 531-MPT. I#. 1871.
M, 9. M. 3, 48. 17, 18. IVw, 10, 49. I. 4, 19, :
panticail--?*v*A rttM no. 4S5-bei,t. 13. 1871.
60, 18. II, 14. 72, 4ll, 44. 37, 2*. 4i. 5. 64,
FAPCcaH <11 ASH Kf>. 4-18 srrT. 13, 1871.
?, 77, 20, 76, hi, 78. 88. 47, 8, 61, 68 4!. 19. ?8, 8
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, t"o*lnirtoo. Kr.
J.CLITE. Broker, HUo Br..ailway. Tost oB.ee bo* 4,989.
A"" -ROYAL HAVANA AND KENTI CKY STATE LO'
terlcs. Circulars sent anil Information glf en.
.1. t'Ll'fii. Bioker, WW Broadway.
Post office !k>i 4,9*9, 1M Fulton street and No. 3 Park row.
CORNS, HUNIONS, ENLARGED JOINTS. ALL DI:
eases of the feet cured by Dr. ZACUARIK, 19 Unit
eqnnre.
D" lSfKNSAUY IM.PARI MKNT OF VIIK
Women's Institute,
39 West ftlneenth street.
for gratultoua trra meni of rea,>ecUb:? worn -n.
Ofltce hour*:
Hiieaara of women- 1U A. M. iai'r, Sundaya ?xoept?il.
Medical-3 to 4 I*. M. Tueioaya and Ti.uradaya.
Kye and K?r Department?II A. M. Ttteaday, Thuraday ai
Saturday.
Dental Department?$ A. M. VondaT, Friday and Bats
day,
Pbycclan in rliarse?Dr. Mary E. (Ireena.
In Mten< nnc*-M?<iical Doctora, l.?lllah 8. frith ai
Chailet A. M arm-r.
Dpthaimic and Aural Burgeon?Dr. E. (.rueiiln#.
Oetitiaia Uri. D. W. VVi.iiann >u an 1 A. Johnaon.
Cnrimting Phyalctana, Hurieona and Denttata Wllla
Farker, M. 0.; M. H. Henry, M. D.; Prank H. Hamilton,
D.; 8 B. Ward, M. D.: I'ordyce B&rkar.M. D.: P. H. Lral
M. D.; William A. Hammond. m. D.; T. Uanlard Tbomi
m. D.; Frank Abbott, m. D? D. D. 8.
Havana lottkrv ok oibi, kkptkmbkr u)
All the ofliclal drawlnga kept on ftle.
JOH. MATKH. MM Broadway, room 4
PA.08tNtlP.KS ON 8Hir JAMP.8 POST Kit, JR. Wl
gave power of att uney to tb* nndaralunnl, but wi>* ha
aot ?rt re e.ve.l or eomp?,.?atlon on eitiemim i
Mud, |>li<aH auUrtu OKO, P. HHIi'lI, 10 Wall lUetv,
[E NE
NEW YO
i/tClAli NOTICE*.
J RON WORK |
BuJI'IIdc*, Brltlpfs, Dockl,
Parka, Ac., la.
Raring mud* ftxtenrive addition* to onr building and machlnciv
on Twenty-rtfth, Twaut.v-iuth and Tn-roty levcnth
trret-, TVuth and Eleventh avruui-t. th?rfbr largely Increa* ' I
ini,'cur niBr.ufiu'tnrini facllltie?, we are now vrei>a'reJ to ex- ! ?
, ecule nil klnd? o!' wrought and cast Iron work for buiMInc* 'II
. inn "luci |iur|iu>H ?'w |iw ?uu ? uurnui; igv i in
1 price*. _ N
I 3. B. k 3. M. CORNELL, te
i i office an'i wareiuomi
| 181*. 141 and 145 Centre etreet, New York. bi
Relief to the feet.- meis. l. r stomb, oil i b?
nip xlfet, ha* opened new una elegant room* hi 74.1
i Hroal* nr. opposite Aitor place, wuere ?he It prt pared to ft
I trcul mII who are troubled with Corns, Bunions imd Inverted
| Mailt. Lallba treated at their rr<Meaccs ir de*lro.d. , $
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTFRY, a'
3. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Agenti, fr
10 Wall t>tr?.et. Box J.Kfc New ?ork foal olllce.
ROVAL HAVANA LOTTERY OP CC3A.-S. B. BANKS f<
Agent, 15 \\ all street, New York. fc
llOVAL HAVANA LOTTERY OF CUBA SEPTEMBER 0
J \ 9, No. 11,' 97 drew ijjlOO.iMO, co'd. Kentucky, clan* 5'J6, h<
No?. <0. H, M drew $3U,<HK). Hambur,- ofljolal of August 9 111
and 10 received. Addreni BALliY A CO. (old establlibed i
olllcu), 174 Broadway. j Tl
rpIK EVENING TELEGRAM w
QIVE3 ALL Ttlf: LATEST NEWS P'
OP THIS DAT
1 EVERY EVENING,
r ann street. -show carps madf. to order,
?J 60 ccnU per ulioet, iivi-i; other fluei i l prop >r I in.
.i. MOLLBKj Masafaotarar. j
MOttTlMii |UU)b, Vi
W ANTED?A WF.Lfi BROKEN fiF.TTFrt n i Vrt ?
vr must re'riev. A'ldretn, g'ating age, color aod where j ~~
to bo nue;i, GU>', Heraid otltce.
tuktuhbT ' 1
i^LE!'f\VOOD PAKK ASSOCIATION,
1 MOKRISANl A,
WESTCHfcolY.K .OUNTY, N. Y.
SECOND AN is t AL PALL M KEl'lNiJ,
September 18, It!, 19 and ill.
Premiums. 1]
first dav, satuuda*, skft. i?.
I'rssi No. 1-*1,100, foi hoi sea that never troit?d better
than three minutes: -ibwj to the uiat, to the xeconM and
$>i to the thud horse.
H. >. I'orcums eutrred s. j. Joe. h
G. N. Ferguson entered b. m. Bright Eyes. fi
Alex. Si'y or euw red b. g. Westcncatcr. ?
M. Rodeo entered b. g. Cast e Boy. p
B. K. Cowan cntored c. g. Ed Eaton. i,
S.J. Whitney entered oik. c. Cantors.
H. T. .'lane entered s. in. Ida May. (J
rtutar No. 'J?$2 MW, for horsea that never trotted better
t!i.*n ' ! '26' $1,600 to the first. iJOuO to the second and $,'O0 cj
to the third horse. n:
1 r?. Mac- entered oh. g. Jn.'ae Fr.llerlon. Vi
John Murphy etitere b. e- . J Bradley.
Thomas s>. carj.entrr cntor"d lilt. a. Thomas Jefferson. SECOND
D\Y?MONDAV, Sn'T. Id.
' Pf Hmk No. S? for horse \ Hist h<ve never trotted j
brtt. r turn 2.34; 900 to the first, to the scoond aud $?00
to the third hone.
D. Miicc entered blls. m. Tempest.
I W. E. W.-eus entered bile. sr. r.lykt Bells.
K. Johnson entered b. ru. Lolta.
John Koners entere i oik. in Ellen Tree.
it. Tu.lrr.nn entered h. m. Blown Kilty.
E. Hat hite entere b nt. Earty Baeuus. C(
O. P. Carpenter entrreu b. m. Hartford Helle.
J. Datjiry ' nterod h. m. Fanny Lambert. ?
JaciL'S McK.ee entered b. nt. Vo.tnn T.ion.e.
H. Uovre entered blk. tn. Belle Mori 111. n
Hk ii-ett ,v Mar entered br. i. Bismarck.
J. J. Boweu entered s. .uio Hooker.
R. Patterson entered cb. g. Frank. i?
1'ttuiK AO. 4 ,tii,i.til), lor h ise.* that nave never troU?d ii
bener ihan 2:2X; $l,ikt0 to tbe lirst, .fa.O to the st-cond and i
$i.0? to the third horse.
J. U. Dot* entered br. u?. Lady Ammsta.
_ James llaitus entered b. e. Dreadeo. e
John Ejvett entere t b. g. Young Bruno.
' M. Kodm entered br. ?. J^tnen Q. Coleman. L
B. Mare entore.d w. g. Medoc.
T. Current"r eniern I s ni. Suale.
O. P. (.'arpenior entered b. tn Earty Rosa. ,,
John Mntpliy enten'd b. p. Charley Greene.
M. ( arrol; en ere : b. g. ben -'.r.rr. ^
.1. J. Bovren euterfii c. m. .-ea Koam. Bl
Samtiel Mt'L'itlijhl>n e itere 1 It. tn. i>!?ry.
'. B. PatterKon entere i eh.?. Preaiiuanslit. i.
'.lltr.D 1>A\ ?TUKHUaY, KEPT. 10. S
PrTlMK ?.o R?iJ'i.di't), tor horses tnat have never trotted
bettei than tfot'O to the tir-t horte, U> the sccond j ,
and t1,|U to the third. 1
O. M. f errmon enl-re.l h. n^. Bright Gyer.
John Loveit enteied b. t Ueatben Chm .u. I
D. Pn!er enter? d h. ni. lioitis.i Moore.
~ .M. Rod::, e.itered b. %. Cas-.lc Hoy. |
8 T. Caroe'itrT , nt. red b. m. May Bi e. ,
M. Goooin eule.red c. g. Sale f
J. J. Howen entered br. p. Juclc Poor. ?'
' if. T. Bane onti re<< s. m. h.? Mav.
P. Haskm* rnterrrt l>, g. P. Hat kin*.
Pc vhp No. ?.? $l,6(W for h?>rs< s t'u: h*re never trotted
thkii'IS, ifSH'O to the .ir*t horse, &<U0 to the second and ;?:mo
n I v. Uw la ' h ?
II. J. Iinre.-nis entered *. g. Joe. *
1). Hiiuley ?Ltered Tli.ima* Jeltfnnn.
U Alexander fu.yder entered l>. K. Westcheettr. 1
K. Johnson enter d \ m. Lot'.*.
- Lou Morris entered b. m. Nettie Morris.
\] HatxeM A Mare.iteied or. g. Hlnnarck. ?
Alden (lci!'l*m th entered b. p. Bodice. I
H. Pvt'-rnoB entered eh. m. Belle of Oneida.
J. rt;n ent red br. in. Constance, lormerly Lsdy Saul j t
i Dau^li.
1 FOIKTH DAV-WBDNB8DAY, SKPTRMBKK SU.
I Ptr.iMt No. 7- H.CK.n, fiee lor nil liorstiH ; $i.S00 to the firot
j b.tsi, ijtl.'l) to tlic aecord. $6?0 to the third and *.4i0 to the
. | fourth.
,/ I). Ma.'f entered br. g. George Palmer.
' ; M. KoJIn entered, b. g. Henry.
B. Daniel* entered b. ru. American Girl.
! Pur-?: N<>. 8?Si,0C0, f"r l?or?es tbnt li'. ve never trot'ed
f Letter than " :#l ; $l,30l> to tbt! Itr.t hone, +&<*) to the second,
!' ami H i; U to the thrd. j
[' B. Mare entered * g. Climax.
| J?bn H. Whition entered cli. g. Clareice.
"" Mr. fojon.e sntercd?. g. Fleetwood. t
Y K. .loli son entered b. m Loita. I
u I). Talloian entered br. s. Mantel Boone. I
D. Pilfer entered g. g. Lottry.
B. Panic'* entered b. ni. T'.psv.
S Thou. 8. Pouter entered br. ?. Dauntless.
C. lioag'tcd entered g. Grey Jack. .
All the above rnee* nre mile beat*, best three and Ore In I
r harnesx, and win be conducted under the rules of the j t
g " National Association.'1
, fitmle adi.iiK*lon %}. No extra charge for Grand Stand. < |
Carriage* 1'iee. I j
p Hatv? to commence at 3 o'clock r. fc. earh day.
i Tr?>n? by Harlem Kailroad leav? Kortv-se.-oml street and I
, Fourth avenue each day ?t 11:30 A. M. Special at two
. o'cloo* and 2 ?i.l P. IU., raturninz after the rare*. Harlem j
steamer* leave Peck slip at la V. and 1 o'cloc i P. M., and j
Pillion Market s ip at 1 :!b P. II., co. nesting with bors cars t
at Thirl a etiue bridge lor th# Park. c
' P:o,;ramnies, giving tall particulars, will be distributed on ]
* the grounds grai'iitou*iy.
' P. .T. M. VAN COK1LANDT, PresldenL
I D. TALiiMAiT, Superintendent. |
j I^LKKTWOOD PARK.?IMPORTANT UTOTIOE.?AT A j
, r ?p' ?ria! infitinu ot' the Fleetwood A?nociatfnn, held *t
I 41. . f ..t. II A r If utra* lllU..;mA.1.1lf lh>t V
from the present dutc the Club Huns* i'nrlt und i-? surround- i
p in,;* siiM.lt La exclusiycly lur ths me and accommodation of ,
r! Its mfin era.
1, I he Board would he please 1 to recejre the i.smes of such I
j gentlemen as would like to become mounters. 'l'nc conditions i
- I of mcmtiershlp, without hoi kUiI, arc iJ.V) per fear, dalinj , ,
r front Autu<t 1, lb71; wMh eiclustre use ol box slal , ftlKK), (or
fir- years. "tUlnj from August I, 1871.
Any further information will be furnished by Hie President,
Snpertntei dent or t';eiii of the Asaoclalion, wno will
alwuvt be found at the Park
j Kjr order of 1". J. M. VAN CORTLANDT, President.
P" ROSPEOT PaKK FAIR GROUND AHSOCIATION.
Thursday. Sept. 14, 1 P. V
SO ' Matcli. #Wtl; two miles and peat, la harness.
? John Murphy name* n.*. e. Jt hn Knse, Jr.
t II. Vf. Hun t names rn. g. Dandy.
. SAME DAV.
Match, if I, (XV); mil* hints b?st two In three, In harnesf. I
John Murph? auuM p g. Mf JMge.
l> Owner names *. c. Oenersl Shtr ran.
?. (Jcnd dsy a:i I track. UKOKUK W. OAKlEV, S.ipt.
POINT II8EIB PAKK, PHILADELPHIA. ]
KALI- EXHIBITION, I87L !
PREMIUMS, $J.',6oO.
- October 11, li, 18 and 14.
> FIRST DAT.
t- No. I -Purse fa.ono.
is For horse* (hat hare not trotted taster thai I mlDUtea; i
e $1,300, MtiO, iB.tm. .
No. 3- Purse $1,0(10.
- For horses that hare not trotte* faster thai 2:40; fl,'.00,
M00, iflOO.
SECOND DAT.
" No. 8?Parse if*2,A00. . . j
for horses that hart aot troUad faster than 2:31; ijfl,500,
o. No. f- Pni?t
For horses that hare not trotted faster than 2:37; Ql.jGO,
D M, j
o No. 5?Hurtt *2,000. 1
' For horses that hsr? not trotted fatter than 3 ftu; 81,200,
it t*no. ?m
No. 0? Curse $S,IV0 j
For bortet that hart not trctttd ratter (ban 2:34; (1,^00,
W0. ???. I
FOURTH DAT.
No. 7?Purse #>.500.
For horttt that hare not tlotted ratter than 2:34; $1,500,
780, HMO. <
No. 8? Purse AH.'iOO.
Open to all horses; $3,ltH) 91,0)0, $3V).
No. 9 An additional parte of SlAUt1.
For (he horte making the fastest tim-, providing It beat* j
. Dexter's Him. 2:17 V
The fnrocnlnc rset* to he 3 In S In harness^ and to be *or- ,
Irlra miial he made m ncordanoe therewith.
T W hen eight nr more horses start in a beat the distance
wlil be 15o yard*. A home distancing iha Held entitled to the
entire puna,
hntranco fee 10 per rent of puree, and moat accompany
the nomination, to close cm or heforo Saturday, Kepti'mbcr
S- 23, at 9 o'clock I'. M., at the office.
,n All communications to ba nd'lree??d to A. A. Itchier, SecretHrjr,
SMS South Sixth atrcet, Philadelphia, Pa.
(Ji.OitUK HTL'RtiKM, President.
TKOTTINO.-F.NTRIK.S ARE SOLU'lTKn FOR TIIR
loilowluj Purse* to he trotted for at FashIon Courier
October S, H, 4, f>, in aid of the Union ll.iin *. I ntri<-? inuet
le ma<le by Septem-er 3ft:?1. Gentlemen's I'urso?Kor 1
horse* that never hare beaten 3 minutes; tyftK) for flrst hoi-se.
jjA) for second. < tinmen* Co.iutr Purse For borne* that
id nertr have beaten ; :4.i; H.VO for flrst horse: $76 for second.
it. Lon; Is'anil Purse? For hone* that nerer have beaten
if- S UB; $4iw for lira; liorae, $100 for second. 4. Man .Ulan
Purae -For h >rsei that never have beaten 2r?8; Dftoo for
lira., *_mi lor secmil. Kntrance 10 par cent; cioae Henletnw
her i?. In i usirtnl Race* Troltlng. These o?? mile race*
mud be .hire by the owners or employee engaged In their
bnames*; borate to be thoee usually employed tn sneh business;
enirnncn feet, In each OMe, with throe season tickets,
r(I (30. farmers' (two horse bolster wagom Trot First prlie,
* new bolster wa^on, if'JiO; *?cond prize, new harness, $f0.
" Kmrf-ssmen's Race, trot?To light express wagon, llrat pr?mm
ii, new wagon, VIM: to light eipreas wagon, second
premium, harnes*, B60. llulobers' Race, trot?To butcher**
~ oart, llrst premium, new cart. 9160; to buio Iter's cart, s?c?
ond premium, h*ruess, $80. Carmen's (two horse truck)
Race, trot-first premium, new truck, $100: seoonrtpremium,
harness, $100 Grocers* Race, trot?First premium,
? new wagoa, $*>*>. second prsmlum, harness. $60. Bakers*
10 Rare, trot First premium, new wagon, 89?l; second p revs
mlum, harness, IMi Cad upon or Idress. enclosing fee,
?f BENJAMIN W. UITCBOOOK Manarer. M BssktaM
Street, Miw Torta
"a??i . ..
W TO
RK, THURSDAY, SEPTET
TIIK TURF.
JEOSrECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION. ,
THl'K.-TAY, Kept. 14. Ik P. M. '
Hwcrp?i*ke?, +^(;0, ipiln be.tU; bntl 3 In &, in barnetl. J
II. W. lluwf.'H br. ?. Marry.
W . rin> II..
L. S. SammU' br. u. .-lirn I'un- I .
t,K<). W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. | i
")i) -an ?THE nakka'lansim p.vkk asso- ! !
elation respectfully announce 'ha follow- |
ic programme for their fourth annual fair to be held at . j
arragansctt I'ark. iranst.'tt, near Providence, R. I., bep- .
ni er 20. t7. 28 and 09. IS, 1.
f !RST DAY. No. I.- Purse *3,000?$1,200, $8tK>, $300-for 1
)r?ei that have never beaten 3 u:it>u'es. i
SAME DAV. No. S.-Ptuse$1,500- tf2.i)00. <11,000, f500-for
it>es thai bare mri-r trotted Ivjtte.r ?h .n $2:'24.
PKOOND HAY. No. 8. ?I'urt- i) 3,01 ' ?JII.Urn. $!*)0, $400?
ir hones tliat have never trotted bet ir than 2:38. ;
SAME DAY. No. 4 Purse $H,0(,0-?3,000 $1,500. $000, !
500 -fur horses that hav- never trotted belter than i
THIRD DAV. No. 5 Purse $0.(H)0--$1,::00. itiMW, $300 -for
nree>. Ibat. have never trotted better tt.an $2:50.
SAME DAY. No. 6.?Purae $3,5fl0-i!2,0?, $1,000, $500 ?
>r horse* that have never trotted better than .^3:S8. ,
KOCRTH DAY. No. 7.?Purse $8,000-$!,'200, *.'>0o, $300? J
>r homes that bav* never trotted better than 2:12.
SAME DA . No. 8.?1'ttnto $?,0il0-$l,700. r900, $400- .
ir horses that nnve never trotted better than 2:51.
SAME DAY. No. 9.?Purse $5 000?48,500, $1,000, $509?
>r all horaes, and An additional premium of ^-3,500 to the 1
arse making the fastest tlmo, provided it beats Dexter'*
ate. 2:17! i.
All the above races are mile heats, best 3 in 5, In hfrness. '
liey will be conducted under the rules of the National A*- '
nation, and all entries mus: be made in accordance tUerelth.
Entranoe fee ten per cent of the purse, which must accom. 1
inr the BO ml nation In all ea.;es J
' utrles will close at Providence on Friday, September 15, i
71, at ?o'clock P M., at which time all horsea must be t
isible.
All entries 10 iw aunreKgi'o iu u. r. LiUU??irrei, imMureri
ok box 81 Providence, K. I.
T AMASA 8PRAQUE, President. (
gioxof. h. bmith, Secretary.
JOOLS HOLD A'l' AMERICAN JOCKFY CLUB RF.SUmrent,
t,orn"r J{rin.liv;iy iv.'iJ "1 wemy-rl;;M't stn ft, on
rlduy un I every evening dur n the meeting at Fleetwood
irk. MARSHALL A JOHNSON.
HOBsmi cabriaoibbI AC. ^
k T TBS AI CTIO!* HOUSE of
V JOHNSTON .<r VaN tapfit'.LT,.
olllce and salesroom 37 Nassau street,
oppotHe the I'oat ollice. ,
THE HORSE AND CARRIAGE BRANCH
of our business Ik conducted at our
HORBK AUCTION MART,
10, 112 AND 114 EAST ll'.TH ST., NEAR 4TH AV.,
w ere wo hold regular '
SALES OF UORSKS AND CARRIAGES
KVKRY TUESDAY AM) Fill PAY.
OKNTIKMKN WISHIMJ TO I'URCl!AfrF., OR THOSE
armi; Horses or C-irrm.-ji-s to m-ll, will find our house p.>ri'Ctlv
reliable, ah we conduct thin branch of our business us 1
i* rto all our otber businca*, on the s urn" straightforward
rinrinlowlitcb govern honorable bouses In all mercantile
ursufta.
WK OIVB THE PURCHASER OF EVERY HORSE
nat Is warranted sound t'rom C4 to 48 bourn fur trial.
ENTRIES FOR SALES OK HORSF.S AND CARRIAGES
nn bo made .it our down town o'llre and salesroom. 37 Nun- i
?u Ktroci, whern we alau korp a rt'gUler of horses for pri- i
?te sale,
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. i
I ROB. JOHN8TOM, AUCTIONEER.
A. Important sale of tin entire establishment of
CllAS. MOHAN, JR.. FMy.,
BV" JOHNSMN A VAN TAKSF.LL,
at private atablu
IfiO WF,?T F'lFTlETH STKEfeT, NEAR BROADWAY, ,
THURSDAV, SEPT..fcl?RK 14, AT 0)4 O'CLOCK, j
ci'Uiprising In pari ns follows:?
DOG CART?Ma le by Mufilner, of Liverpool, in first rate
DCdltlOll.
\\ liEl'.ii HORSE?Elegant buy, IB bands lilgh, 6 years old; .
rarrantej sound, true and kiud.
LEAD HORSrt?Splendid muhogany bar, three-quarters
lornughbred, lfi>4 hano* hirh, warn, rued sound and without
emlsli; or"" of lire handsomest horses In the city.
IANDEM HARNESS?'I wo nits Liindoo made, Imported,
etc maker; one brass mimnted and one covered w.th extra
lies ami chains.
KUAD HO.tSE?Dark bay, 15!* bands, 9 years; a very
lie open iralt; trots In 2:*i0;'warrsntrd so ind and kini'. 1
CilUSTNt T ROAD HOUSE?15)4 hands, 7 years, sound, '
Ind and true; trots 111 2 :il?.
DEPOT WAGON?Two seat, no top, built by John R.
awrcnco.
Till' WAGON?Half aprlDR, by Dubois.
HA KN I.Sri Two nets of ainj(le and two retfi of double,
lade lo order.
11AV FlLLV?Three years old, sired by Sentinel; be by
laiiiOiPi'inian, out 01 inorougnurej mar,-; very nanasoinc, i
lii ii and lasi
Linht i.uuiujer Top Rout Wagon, built by Dnley of Brook n.
ii KAY HORSE?14 bau<h h^h. 6 years old, sound, Kind
ad tr>,c. Also i'r.e. Robe*, Bunkct-i, Stable Utensils, Ac.,
:c., !b whole forming one of
THE MUST ATTRACTIVE SALES
ver brought b-fojp the New YorK pub!t<-, ami In go'J on
ecoiint oi Mr. Morun (joins to Europe.
A T WALDRON k COOKE'S
\ Haiearooma an I Iloraa Marl,
l>8 L'.bcity, 10b, 110 acd 111 t>d.\r and ??, 44 and <6 New
Ch irch ?*roeta,
Hi 4' .11.. I,
Tfllf DAY, Ai 12 O'CLOCK,
Ore a.vrrel Mure, 7 year", It. banda; *Ui.c.1or rostda'er, fart,
ven ctrirer; no*. x.fraid; i.idy ca> drive nor, and warranted
ouul, kind, ijunt t > i# I 11aii! In ali hniaeaa.
( r.e tray ifui;r, hands; gray Mertenger *'>ck; can
rot to-day in :t mintit"?; k nd and t^ntlo In ail haruesa.
One bar Horse, lfi hands; sound; ktud an I trtw.
O.ic (1a;-? bay Vare. "Uaiuaw and Star,'1 o years old;
iplendla actloQ; jiibt lroni the country; never trained, but
promises st eat soee.l.
One black ltur-e. 16 hands; wart anted eouud, kind and
rue.
One light Express Waton and Iiarne??.
One hay time and Jasper Wagon and Harness.
Two ll^bt Road VPag.ns, citv milt, in good order.
f>nc Truck and l!.irne?s; sold to puy storage.
Oo? aide soring Depot Wagon.
One bay Horse. 15^ hands; gentle and tnte m all harness.
Other good . iialnesa and coinmiu Work Horses.
Sa'e po?;tlve. No postponement for wratner.
i T 58 LIBERTY STREET CARRIAGES AND UAR(L
ness.
No Broadway expense*. No Broadway prices.
We are now nBV-rlng the b et an ! cboii e-t assortment in
bn city, inclu tine some rery great bargains. I!est lock of
I .inn as for the money U.at has been known iticse ten yeais.
Jo;V.NoTuS,'y.''v,.\N 1 AS- f .: L, f* I.IhKrty St.-est.
i N lUUlt mx BAT B0R8M, l#x HA50S. S
!\ ye >r?: kind, pei' *, an I true tu *11 b. ness; free Irom
tee fti.il imrrni'i.* t n.'iiiM, hi <1 one 'it tie ii.oil l.and'ome
n.l tyll?ti tntn.1 in tb.s city, ai.d cannot bo equalled tor
ainilr drlviui-,
AT AUCTION, OS FRIDAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK,
lyJOUXKTON M VAN TASSELL, i t ttielr Auction Mart I
lo, 112 and 114 K?<t Thirteenth street, near Fourth avtutie I
a -CABBIAOBB FOR Mil cheap-curtain
i\. Coacjos, Clarences,Sit seat Uorkuw.'.ys, Fi'iir and toxical
I'luwtors, Co.i] ci, and <"oii|.c Rook iw.ii-t, with ulvislun
r.nts. pole and shafts, Two .ind Four wlint Or>gc .rts. Docor'aTwo
wh*e! li'gs.top and i).> top Hn xy Wajon ; ail tne fut
:tty milliters. Apply to M Ct Kl.KV, 1U9, 111 and Ii3 East
ruirtventii street, near FourlU avenue,
AB80LITE AND USRESERYED SALh.
Bv (.ubilc auction, on FRIDAY, septi-ml-er IS,
it I! o'cfock sharp. at ft .l<lo No. 2 East Thirty-'.eventb
Itreet, r.t S t.ne Horsm, V' lop V. ai' lts, 2 open Wagons, 2 K'.t j
)f s n.t? Harness, 2 set of Dou'ite Uavm ss, Including a f*?t
onn Trotting HorM, trail in 2:1;.: * :.i*t tmy Mare, tu trot 1
in 2 :U->; a tram of brown Ma.er, can trot ;n ? rnlnutrs; 1 t.nn
uottoe 'ior?e, lrt hajidi hluh and very stylish; all are y.-unn,
lound kind.
N. H ?The above are the property of a gentleman who
ha* Jua! retnrne t from Newp.ir' and lias no t'urtlior us? fur
tbeni. For full particulars s.-e Friday morninit's llera'd.
4 ?CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, ill WB8T BROADJ\.
way. A;l kinds ol Ltctt Carriages, &c. leather top Biuptr*,>tl;iO;
Hoi-knwavs, i#lJi>; park and pony rh.i-tons cheaper
iliau any house in the city.
ALAJUI DESIRABLE STOCK ICR PALL TRADE,
of the Terr popular and c?leirate 1 popular Landau.ett
Landau, Coupes, rinrences, Flou t..u?, at greatly reduc d |
pr:ce?. ii a.M'S, Fourth street and Hrot<fwftf> ,
A-mmVODI i'.'.R TOP WAOOK, WBi JHT M 1
. pounds : use t only elsht times. Also n:-w rujporse-l
Raddle and Prlrjos Allien rirwlc. ^p;v to JOSEPH C.
TENURE, stable corner of Twenty-llt'th stre?tand Fourth a v.
? ROCkAW \ Yri, Ttir VNO OPBB WAOONS. PHAK
tons, Expivsa and .larger Wagons, llarncM of ail
trades and at alt |<rKes; Lap Kobea, Rian'cets, Sheets, ir..
?t .'tl per cen !. ?-. than Rro.tJway pr'i ei. at 1,4W and 1,4X7
Broadway, near Forty llrst street. LITTLE A TURNKR.
ASTABLP. WITH S4 STALLS AND PLENTY or
car: lace room. Ill good condition; to a good tenant a
ease ot two years and eight months wid be gi<-rn. Apply on
ibe premises, 210 Weat Fortv-elgutb street, to P. QUICK.
A -TWO SECOND nAN'l) 6 PEAT PIUFTOVtf,
one Barouche, one Coach, ton road fine top Waf.ns,
Pony Phaetons, Kockaways, Kipreta and Jagger tVarons,
Harness, Lap Hol es and Blankets.
WM. H. GRAY, 20 and 21 Wooiter street.
A BEAUTIFUL NEW LIGHT EXPRESS WAGON
and Harness, used one day, price $176: cost $230; I*. Is
t bargain to snynody wan'lng such property. HOVfcV'S
>tahle, 141 Eaat Sliteentb street.
A LARUE ASSORTMENT OP CITY BUILT TOP BUOfiei,
four and nil Mat Rnckiwar*. I'b tet n*. Cabno*
eu ana rvety oilier drift ' joil y carriage*, algmkUy reduced
prior*. kCANUFAOTL'it URS' I NION, ft? Brovlwar.
AUMTU FAMILY UORSF. FOIRSEAT PARK
Phaeton, Harner*, Ac,, tor tale cheap. Can be ?een at
DDELL'A atault, Letlugton avenue, near Fifty-*?T*i.tii at.
4 WELL BRKD MARK. FIVE YEAP-l OLP. KINO
A aii'l k,?'iiln Tor a lady to drive, *ound, and can tr.,t belter
lhan i:50, alDifl? or .Inubie, together with new Stiver*' top
M axon. Ubtliarupi*. \\ hlu mi l K.anket, fo,-aaie, f?r
:a?l>, t\? owner la nbllvi to *ell. Can be aeea at J. U
HitKli.'S' liable, IH9 \V??t Twenty-third aireei. between Hlitli
tint Seven lb areuuea.
A LOT OF HORSES, JUST FROM THE COUNTRY,
for aale or *>ohanr' 1'or Hone* of lee* e*lu?; a>> a
few low priced Itorwe, lit lor car*, truck*, or any butiDi<a*.
Inquire at 341 t'auat ilrofst, corner or Wanblngton.
\ BLACK TtAI Ol' CAN A PI AN POMES, 14S
tin 111* blch, H ye*r* old' a.-uml and kind; a *orr*i team
of Mate*, I1) hand*; mu?t tell. 71! Vandam ilreel.
\- FOR HALE, ONE OF TH i? FIJI KIT OENTLKMf?N'S
. Road Tenni* in New York; bay and b'ack. n > wb'te,
beautiful tail* and maiei; eerr *tyll?b; 16^ band* high, 7
yenr* old; good g;ilt*4 and will ?how 9 :4r> on titer ad. warranted
sound, kin 1 and Irue. No. ft We*t Thirteenth *lr??t.
T. I.. OOIUOR.
\LAROK W IRK OK FtMIl.T HORSE, tS0| HAND,
mm" l-rnt da'* Rockaway, perfect older, fi7t;litit
elaae Hari>**(, $35, comprising ?'yil*h famtiy turnout; told
aeparstely or toguther. stable Hi \Vee? Flflr dr*t dreeu
A BLACK HOUR, SEVEN YEARS, HANDS,
pony made, aound, kind, trot la 3'*, 9900; Sorrel, $130:
Urav, Top Wagon, $80. 418 Eighth aven'.ie, corner of
Thirty-Ant itreet.
BREWSTER WAnONR. -TUB SALE OF SECOND HAND
YVagone, made by Hrewrer A Co., of Broome itreet, a
epecaltly; aereral now In clock. A. S. KLANDRaU,
No. 7 Kaet KlgbteeotU itreet, sear Fifth arena*.
CI ARRIAUF.S.- LAROE AhSORTMENT OFFERED, LOW
) eel manufacturer*' prloe*, eomprtting eitentlon and
half top Phaetona, Rockawara, Victoria*, Oepota, Bungle*,
Builuei* Wacone and Pony Phaeton* and Harnea*.
U. D. WITTY * CO., lu Mrisj itrtft, Brooklyn.
RK H
[BER 14, 1871.?TRIPLE I
IAi;iUAUIlN ?l.
MOACH FOR HALE CHKAP?FIRST CLASS CITY
\J built, nt JOUN FLANAGAN'S tuop, ucar Vanderbllt
Landing, btaten I si ?nd.
T^LEOANT CARRIAGE HORSES FOR HALK.-PARFj
ties <u purxult 01 mi estra pair t fine lar.e Horeet are
requested to call atl.AMH .1 tONS' atxt>)<-a, Fifty-eighth
itreet, near Filth arniiue?Blacks, 17 liaiKa. <1 iin.l 8 yrart
>:u, bear; manes >.nil lat a, lo"s necks, ol i-reat style and
beauty, aound, kto<i and every way reliable; a'so a chestnut
llorie, 15 liandi and every way eiualiv desirable ; a per >ct
picture and fine taJdie animal. Tlicy are the property of a
jrivate gentleman rent ling In (lie country and sc'llng out. It
< bellerud that nuUiiug superior of their class It to be seen
n the city.
tr?OR 8AI4K?AN EXCELLENT KENTUCKY SADDLE
' Mar.-, 0 Ti-ara old, I6J4 hand* hl>jh; warrante I tound
md ceutle1 will tr it In .1: 8. ln<(ttire 01' M. Mo .OUiJH, Tuo
ney's livery stable, 150 ham Fifty-third street, between 10 A.
i. and 0 P., M.
rR BALE?A FIRST RATE SADDLE HORSE, PERleotly
trained to tingle foot ialt. Tha pr. tnnt owner
ias bail her fcr two rear*, and now sella her a Imply lor want
>f ime. Apulr at the private stable, 17 East Thirty'nib St.
EflOR SALE-A If IOE DAPPLE ORAY HORSE. 7
yeart old, 18 hands; kind an t sound ; suitable for car*
l.ige ur wort; Drlce 9:2.1. 4?l west i wcniyeigatu urcet.
LX>R BALK?THE HANDSOMkKST IAV COUPE OR
r carriage Horse til the city, ltf.Vj hand*, sound aud kind,
lu'iulra at liable 1D8 Weit lhtrly-brst Btrnet.
M. w. WALL.
For salp?a first class brows horse,
lR.'-j hands high, younir, aminii and kind : I* a splendid
o'.e burso; can trot In 2:4n. alu^le or double. Thorn- looking
or aucb, apply at til# B. dfor i uvenue, Brooklyn.
roil SALE ONE CLOSED COACH IN GOOU ORDER.
One pair Coach Hordes.
)ne Set Coach Harness,
Inquire at CLE WLe.Y'3 Llrery Stnble, 49H and fiOl Marry
ivenue, Hr ok'vn.
Elegant Carriage* constantly on hand to let day and night.
For sale?at half their vauce, bkautiitl,
young, perfe.-t, kind and t'usl Horse, out of Old Ethan
Mleii; gentle In saddle, harness, single or double; I'baetuu,
Road Wauou, top buggy, Harness, dingle and double.
r. E. BURNS,
corner of Fifth arenue and Fori j-fourtb street.
IJIOR SALE-A GOOD HORSE, FOR GROCER, family
1 or liehi work, $1*25; a good Horse lor b> avy work, $>ft;
% business r.uggy, tttrin , two Coupes, lu good order, lp'250 each.
M Weal rwenfy-iurth street.
FWIUU-AliT MARE. 1? HANDS HIGH, scitiMtntttri,
track ormjwork; alio*luttu i onj,
suitable lor mtlk or grocery wagou; must be sold. Apply at
jil Vol Eleventh slroet.
SsOR SALE- ONE PAIR OF DARK RAT MARKS. 6
yi ars old, and trot t gather near to three minutes ; will
lie sola cheap lor waitl o! Use. In quire at D>7 \\ est Fifteenth
street.
FfOR SALK. A OENTl.rM \N HAVING N<>TIMET<>
ride, will seil his entire Turnout. cons'st'ng of a beaullfui
pair hi white Horn, a Brewster a i <>. Vlotoria, a Dumbbury
and Van Duzer'a shiftini; top Buggy; two double and
one dingle act Wood (iibxon's Harness: also ?.lbson's
Saddle, English rrottin.' Bridle, assortment Mlankota,
Whips, c. None but cash buyers need address oox 1,743
Post nltice.
r/V>R SALK?A BLACK MARE, AHO T ISM HANDS
blgh, swtaiie fur a doctor. Appiy at 25i> Sixth ayenua
IT'OR SALE STYLISH, PROMPT DRIVING BAY
J Mare, 15,'tj hanls ; ?pb udld roadster or fautl r anlmul i
jentle, kiud ; lady can dr.ye hnr; mini bo sold ; o-.vnei going
lo cuuutry. One'gray Horse cheap. Apply at til Watts street.
F>OR SALE-A STEEL GRAY HORSE, J? HANDS
high; souud and kind; lit lor uny u>e. 642 East Four;eenth
street.
L*OR BALE P'IR WANT OF U.SE, A CHI NKV BAY
r Horse, I5>j hands h gli 8 yenra old; warranted sound
and kind; i'rlca $1:0. At lu7 1 earl strict.
YruiH Slt.V A FfKI' HTHOVO H?Y MORKR. Hit*
iimi'ts high, Ftiltahie i'or doctor, family, carriage it light
ilrlvlng; hnt been UMd to a Roekaway rU summer, and t'.n
mnrr in tearing for Kttrope; will be sold to- iay lorit3?lj
warranted suund and kind. At New York (table*, |j ami 17
Bust TwMHyetabth itn(L
HORSI'.S, WAOOK AM) IIAKNKSd FOR BALE. -A
pair uf Hiiimd anl kind ller-es, w.th a ItOCfcAWafi
nearly now, vrlth j.ole and shafts and a good get of double
Hnrness ; will lie mil.I cheap. Anv one lu want of a neat outlit
will please call upon P. COAKLt.Y, Pacific street, near
Clinton start, lireokljn.
Harness ok all kinos. t* ti #5ixi pkr pet.?
Radd efl, ilridleo, WIi.itM. Blanket*, Ac , nt low price*.
ED'.IAR A Nit IJolJS. 10 College place, uear our. Murray at
TI ST ARRIVED FROM THE WKHf?THIRTY 8LPEp)
r!or Draught Horx-H, suitable for all purposes; among
IlieiH ure a number of closely matched pain: a!so some
single drivers. Fir tUt oticaii, at KlUMh . \S, Nlntu Ward
Sale Stable, ufO and 361 West Twelfth street.
SECOND HAND LI'MIT SIX-SCAT ROCK A WAY, PONY
Wagon, Coupe Ri otC'iw.iy. rBroncho. Landau, several
llui.i.i * and Dumbci o! Carries. Slightly soiled, cheap.
Large atfs.iriiiHiOt Ilar.iet*.
MANl'l-ACT REB8? UNION, 688 Broadway.
ota! Ij'-;.?TO rpnttThe half or a first cj.\s.s
il Staole or two Stall* (mom for canlaK", feed, and accoininn
t?i|..n fur eoaeluoaii i, tn 'i hirty sixth street, west of
Third arenno. SI hi. I.U CIIACE It CO., 7S Cedar street.
Tl'RNOVER-SRAT S.IIFMNO-TOP DOO CART, POLK
and Shall*; good as new; platform Fid'ln<, Vlcturla pole
and shstt6 and slip cjfer, ^aOd; ct it f VfiO la?t spring; Depot
Wsgon, n top Buggy, an extension top Phaeton. Will bp sold
for half their worth. Can he seen at MIX'S, 6M Broaday.
TO LJCT BY TUK MONTH?A VERY HANDSOME FIRST
class C are. 100 maroon colored satin lining; well
matched Horael with f >ld-mounted llarues-i, and tirlrer In
livery ; price i.er month, Address A. box 179 Herald
rtdlAH
\\,'ant::d-a team or three mini ri: morse-!,
?T for it gentleman's use, for cash; Eire color, site, ai;e,
aread, nrlce, Ac. Address Mr. A. CASH, wtut.un A, New
York, lor three riaya.
117 ANTED- A WELL MATCHED AND STYLISH PAIR
TI of lloiaea; must he roiled and kind, Ic rxebange lor a
mattwo-storr and Baaamant Hoqm. noir PnayM !' r?.
RronUlyn no horae jockeys need notice. and owner must be
willing to aliow lair trial. Adiiresa Herald olllce.
fltanted?a light ooufb iooiavai ob depot
i> Wagon. (tillable for one Iwroe ; mils. be in good order.
Address, elating pilot*, Ac., box 2.^51 I' at often.
?*.'ANTED TO RENT-A STABLE WITH THREE OR
T? four it/il itj locHtl^n betwean Fourteenth nnd Thirtyfourth
itriieta, Fourth and tSixtb avenues. Aduress R1VAS,
box J,-'..'' Poet oitlce.
Cil 1 n B^v A FOCR-YEAR old MARE C-OLT;
?P.l I U Henry t lay stock. In.uire corner of Thirteenth
street and First avenue, In 'dr. KiLi.Y'S Lock (jioie.
nmuctimi
AN EXPERIENCED AND SUCCESSFUL TEACHER
will give private Ine'.ruc'.lnn in English and Music for
m n 111'lull. La I .? who?n i'dii.".ition h .? been tiegle-ted
e?n have it bruslied up In a lew montl s. Addiete SUCCi'iSSl'
UL, bji li t Herald Uptown HraiuU oill :e, 1,24# Broadway.
Ayoum; l.Ain of bxobilri tqualification!
wishes to teach mu?lc In a private fanrly in eompensa.
tion for '.oard; relerencce exchange I. Ad lre*s ml'SlKER,
box 177 Herald I 'ptown branch oilice. 1 ,Jtu Broadway.
VI TIIOMP 02T8 collt UK, SO FOURTH AVI Nl f ,
opposite Cooper Institute.?Bookicc-plnc, Willing.
Arithmetic, Shorthand, French and Spam -li, separate lf?'tle<*
department; day and evening; teiejiapliy taught practically
: demand for operator*.
a COMPETENT LADY TEACH r'R IIK FEW VAl\
can ties for pupils In t'.ngilsb, French and lierman.
Addie.i* It. E., box 15U Ilera! 1 Uptown Branch olllce, l,i'M
Broadway.
An experienced tutor, harvard graduate,
will lit a boy for college or ?l?e prlvnt* Instruction lo the
ItiUttti tf'i ma.hematics or I n ?ush I ranches. Addrcsa E. S.
I)., Weal Thirty eighth wwl
/ oiarlikr institute for vou*fj ladies,
187 mauit)"n avknue.
Thia day achooi will reopen Heidember 21.
Mr. huaMre. ELISEK CUARL1ER, Principals.
Mr.-, i.hhpinasse'r french institute for
young ladies, st Fort Washington. opposite the depot.?
Fo-nrh the language of the ach"ol; Gennan, eleiueutary and
higher Kngllsh branches. Circular*. Ht IlIRMLR'S, "ill
Broadway; O. LESPIN AS8F, t\ Pine elreet.
PACKARD'S BUS IN FR8 COLLBOE- METHODIST
Bulidlug, (WW Eescntb tr. ct and Broa .'way, Dow
open. Student* can eoler at any time. Send or call for a
circular. b. 8. PACKARD, Principal.
ST. ELIZABETH'S ACADEMY FOR YOl Nil LADIES,
Ma Ms.in, N. Studies resumed September 4; terma
for Board and Tuition In Eugllsli and French, i per annum.
Apply to the Mother Superior.
WANTF.P-A TKAriifcR t'Ai'AULK tir rr.Ai Nin i a
Calfcollr tatocbUI acbool and tioglng In the clinlr. Artdim*
K?t. H. S. O'HARK, Uoabeo, Orango county, M. Y.
Wt ANTKP-A OKNTLI MAM TRAPHKR FOR TI!K
TT Kngilnii language, geography, Ac., Ac. 2J8 Atlantio
i?r?' I, Brooklyn.
KIKOPK.
C< kami hotel do lorvrr;, farm.
I Kiu> ile Rltnli.
Oeneral reduction of price*.
(IRANI* HOTBL DIJ LOl'VRB, P*R1.S,
"00 rtrawlnj room* am bedroom*.
e'e^-millr furolohert, at 'rom nr.
OP. A N P lloffX It U LOLVKh, PABK
Breakfast* it Rf. 60?\, w.oe InC'j led,
from 10 A. M. till I I*. N.
ORAND HOTRL UU LO VRK, PARIH.
Dinner* at 8f., ? i.e loo u dad,
dally at ti I*. M.
ORAND HOThli DU LOU VRK. I'AFl!3.
Reduction throughout.
1111 h Qt'KF.N'ft IIOTIU N?SAR T-IK CRVHTAL
. Talacr, l'| per Not wjol, Loirlon To ImirUli an I fauillie*.
It* elevated, |le**ant anil noit calnbrlou* poultmn,
combined with tlij comfort affoM* I *ri I I;* grcral ni\n*c'*
mcut, hare mvle the queen'a Uotel a furor.tt ri"?..rt of the
upper nnki ol English aociety.
DRV OOODB.
A. Mre. RMlTH'fl Pattern Ra/.anr, M4 Broailwar, niar
Twentieth itreet. BAVE MONEY. Examine our Mjln
BEPOKE purchaalnt IMPOKTED BUITH. Y.m will find m
KAK IN ADVANCE of THKM. Ladle* e?n b- KUM.Y
POSTED by onr ILLUSTRATED PATTERM BAZAAR,
jmblliheit September t?. Fnce 10s., mailed.
WANT*I? TO Pl'KC'HAMI.
YITANTED?STKAM PIPES AND FIXTURES FOB
f> beating ebop HilN feat. Addre<e boi 123 f'ott oOlce,
J?ra?jr Oily.
WANTED IN ORFRNWOOD-A LOT OR PART Of
a Lot. AIM furnlabed ftuoaa tw let. AUdi?*( O., 91
| Tarii'k it reek
I
[ERA]
SHEET.
FINANCIAL. I
\ -CONVI P^ION OK KIVK-TW r.NTV BOHDhT I
Xli
An Itnmrdiat- profit of
fourtei-n and a half per ??nt
and >u annual Increase of Income of
TUIRTY-EIoiiT PEK CENT.
will be iecured to Holders of 6-2i/i by
converting tbem at once Into
7-!W IMKKK.ST--BKAui.VU GOLD BONDd
ol' the
NORTF1ERN PATIVIc RAILROAD.
The bolder of a 1BI.U1M) KIt* twenty bond who eichangre ll
now for Northern Pacific*, there >jr mnrniies hi* principal by
MJt per cent, reoclring 111,145 in Northern Pactdii* for $1,000
In Fire-twenilr*. He alio permanently Incrrasci the yearly
Intrroit Income on hli Invpatment more than 38 per cent, or
from $60 In gold to $K3 -8 in mil l.
For full particular*, apply to
JAY UOKE A CO.,
New York. I'miadelpht.i and WaHblngtoi.
Foil HALE-A FEW SHARKS Of TBI R1SV YORK
KoULtring Company. Apply at Z> Wall etrret, room 1#. \
Money to loan promptly on bond and mort- ;
a'tsf in Nrw York. Bmoklrn mid Ni-w Jeraey. Apply j
only In s.VMll',1, rt. WOOD, Jr., l.'ifi Hroalway, routo ! .
fTUIE EVENING TELEORAM. j
BASKING AND FINANCIAL MATTERS,
SALES Of 8TOCK bXCIlANOhS, AO.
LATEST "gUOTATIONS
IN THE TELEGRAM
EVERY EVENING.
8ENT EVERYWHERE.
IOC. A MONTH. ?? A TEAR.
Pl'BUCAi 11?N OFFICE
97 NASSAU STREET.
DAft TO LOAN-ON BOND AND MORTiJAOE
<!pU.' Ml'! on Improved New Jt-rjev real eitate.
T. OLlVi'.U CARTER, No. 4 lice itriwt, room #.
iwwv TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE
I." F\HI on New \ ork city property; would divide
tn three or four surnt; uo bonus
T. S. SHEPHERD, 206 Broadway.
<Sf7 r\ fUMI TO LOAN?ON FIRST BOND AND
i? 1 Oi'MHI mort^a^n on improved property in New
York, Brooklyn ami .Prsey I Ity; prfuclpal* only need
applv WU.LIAM H. BR'HVNK, ro.nil li, 117 Broadway.
BgBOPKAN MTBA HS1HPS.
INMAN LINK,
lor (^ueenstown and Liverpool.?Royal Hall Steamer*
are appointed to Hall as follows:
01TV Or ALl l.iiORn Thursday. September 14, 2 P. M.
ClTi" OK BRI'PrtELS .Saturday, September 16, 4 P. M.
CITY oK DUBLIN I iniia.iiiy, September SI, 3 I', w.
CIT\ OK LONDON ^aMr luy Sep emh. r .3, 2 I". M.
an I each succe.i.ng .-aturdav and Thursday, from pier 45
North River. _
IMTfcs OF PASXAOE.
Payable In cola. Pivalile In currency.
F!r?t cabin $75 Steerage...... >}!W
To Li:nd>n W To London
To Pari * . UU To Pang !IM
l'a??eiii;e s also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden,
Norway and Di nmaik at reduced rates.
Ticket* can be houciit here at moderate rate* by person*
irJablnu t" send for their mend*.
for further information apply at the company s olM"?.
16 Broadway, New*York.
NORTH HERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP CUMl'ANY
For Southampton ami Hremt u.
The iMciinishtp HANSA, Captain h, Brlckanaudn.
will lull 011 Tburaday., Sept, 11. at 2 P. M., from Bremen pier,
. fool of Tiilrd *ireet, Houoken. To he followed by
btoauikbtf DO N > I', i ?| tain U. Erntt,
oil Saturday, Kept. 14.
RATES OF PASSAGE TO" LONDON, HAVRE AND
BREMEN,
Payable In tnl<l or It* equivalent In currency.
First Cal-in $I?0
Second Cabin 72
Steerapc 8U
Kor Irelgbt ur pa***ge apply lo
OELKICHS A CO., Agenta,
tM Broad street.
Wf UITK STAR LINK.
T y New York, Oi>rt and Liverpool. New and full pow'
ered eteamsblp* | the large*' In the world.
I OCIiANIO, A HC 1'IC, PACIFIC,
ATLANTIC, BALTIC. ADitlATIC,
6,000 ton* burden?X.l)n0 h. p. each.
Palling from New lork on Saturday* Irom Liverpool on
Tbui ?'lii>? eallin'." at Cork ha'bo.* e?cb way.
Oi'Ua.nIC, rapt. Thomueon, Sept. SC, i P. M.
BALTIC, Mot. 7, U A. ?f.
Prom ILe \\ bite Star dock, Pavonla ferry. JeMey City.
Passenger accommodations (for all cla?*eji unrivalled,
Combining mfeiy, toeed and comfort.
Saloon*. staler.*moking room and bathroom* In
m:dnMp icction, where leaat motion Is fe.t. Burgeon* and
?t.'?var.>*jc* accomjier.y thrsj ateamert.
Rate*?Ssln.in, J.'10 in gold; steerage, $30 In currency.
Those wlsbln.' to *end foririend* from the Obi Country
can Dnir oM.iin ateerag-* prepaid certificate*, *.1.1 currcncr.
I'aatenjeri booked lo or from ad parts oi America, Pari*.
Hup burg, Norn-ay, Sweden, India, Auilralla, China, Ac.
KxcnnTon ticket* granted at lowed raiea.
Dra.t* trim i'l upward.
For information apply at the company'* office, No. 19
Broadway, New ^ ork J. H. SPARKS, Agent.
OTEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QCEENSTOVTK.
p CUNARD LINE.
PARTIIlA bulla Saturday, Sept. 16. at " P. M.
ALliKBIA Haiia -aturdiv, Sept. SI, at 12 M.
Cabin pa??age, **0, tjold ; ?te> r-ie, 5?:t0, currency.
Steerage | as-a^e to New York, $34.
For freight or cabin paetage ape y at N". 4 Bow InR Green.
For t-erage paaaago appiy at 111 Broadway. Trlnltjr HulldIng.
I HAI'.Ll-.rt FRANCKLYN, Agent.
N ational lisp.
STEAM TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
frum pier 43 North River.
ENGLAND. Thomp*on...Hatur ay, *e|-terrber 19, at 8 P. M.
FRANCE, Thornton Sat'inlay. September 8^, at 1 P.M.
POK LONDON DIRi.iT.
ERIN, Law*on.... ... . .Tuesday, September lfl. at 9 A. M.
Pa?*ace to l.lreri ool, Quo-dUowo or Loudon direct: ?
Ca' I i, 675 and tftifi; *reerag?, +2*. currency.
Prepaid ?tmrago ticket* irom Liverpool, ym euatown, I.oni
donderry and oiu.igow, $oJ, curr< ncy.
I For fiirthcr particular* apply at the company'* office, B9
Broaiway. P. W. J. HURST, Manager.
C1CNARP LINK.
/THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL
MAI!. STEAMSHIPS,
BETWEEN NEW YORK ANU LIVERPOOL,
CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
CUBA. ..WrJnps lav. Sept. 13 1 FA RTUI A.Saturday. Sept. 1* j
SCOTlA.NdliKM'tuv. Sept Si' I ALOER1 A.Saturday, *ept.2'J
CHINA. Wednesday, 8 -PI. *7 I AKYSSINtA.Sat'day.Sem. flu
! Rl'8 IA. Wedi** lay. tld. 4 I CW.AHRlA.Saturday, Oct. 7 I
i i J\VA....Wetlnwlav. Oct. 11 | HAT AVIA..Saturday, Oct. It 1
RATES OK PA8SAOE. I
By Wednesday Steamers, roi carrying Steerage.
1 Per Russia ami Scotia. | hr other \N edn>-sd-iv ?hip".
OlM $1:111, g ild ' a mi . fit*'. ii??M
Seconn cabin W, gold I SecoDd cabir ho, cold
Return tluketa, rahin ..,.<130 so J .f'JiiO, gold
Second cabin *160, gold
l-y steamer* carrying stcerat^ pasnenpers.
First cabin >Wi. gold.... | St. erage currency
Return tickets gold
lick en to Pails, irl.% told. additional.
Stcrage tickets irom Llieroool uml (jueenitown and all
parte of huronw at lowcat rate*.
Through hilts oi lading Risen for Belfatd, (lla<gnw. Htm,
Antwerp and other port* on the Continent, and lor Mediterranean
porta.
For freight and cabin I ?nai'? apply at the compauy't
office, No. 4 Howling Wreen.
For steerage passage at 111 Rroa Iwar, Trinity Building,
Oil AS. O. FRANCKLYM, Agent.
1 KCHOR LINE.
jYsieaioers sail erery Wednesday and Scorday to and i"rora
NEW YORK AMI tiLAMJOW,
calling at Londonderry to land inalla and patera?* .
ra Ma mm I booked and forwarded to and from all nliway
stations In rest Britain, Ireland, Oermany, Norway, Swe(len
or Denmark and America ai aafely. speedily, coniiorta'lly
and cheaply an by any other r,;ule or line.
XI*-.ran sibamkrh. | FXTHA htramriip.
COLUMBIA....Sat., Sert I? ALEXANDRIA.Wed.,Sept 20
ASOLIA Sat.. Sept. r.l I A88YRIA Wed., Rep?. 27
A' S1RAL1A.. Sat., Sept. "0 , YRMACR1A ... .W.-d., (let. 4
F RITA JIN 1A Rat., Oct. 7 J IOWA ...Wei., Oct. 11
and cyery Wednesday an I Hattmlay thereafter,
from pier SU North Hirer, New Yort, at noon.
Rates of passage. payable In currency,
to Liverpool, Olaegow or Perry
First eabln, f<l and $7t, according to location.
Cabin eicurslon tickets. good for twelve monlbe, securing
best acpomm'?dat:on?. $110.
Interme Hat's *.13; steerage, 9SR.
Ortincatea, at lowest rate*, can be bongbt here >y th?ee
wishing to send for their fr.ends.
1 Tarts Issued, parable on presentation.
Av'.nj ?t tbe o .mpanr a oflltea to
HK.ND. KSUN VRnTHFRS, No. 7 Bowling Oreen.
I \nly direct 10S to krancb.
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANrS MAIL
hTF.AMSIil IN BKTWEfcN NEW YORK AMD HAVRE,
CALLINO AT BRKST. *
The splendid re*?ela on thla favorite route for toe Continent
will aatl fr?n> Pier No. Sii North n*er. ti fo low*: ST.
LAt'KF.NT. Lemarie Saturday, September J3
VIL1.E HE I'ARlft. Surmont Saturday. October 7
PF.RP.IRf,, Dure Saturday, October 31
LAFAYETTE, Rou?*?'< Saturday, November 4
Price of pattage Id gold .including wine to Rrtit or Havre,
Firm Cabin. i#I!I.j, Second Cab n, $75.
Th?*e tenm?r? <lo not carry ateeragi piaaengert.
American travel.era g'lln^ to >>r returning from the Continent
of l:niOi<* by raking tac atcamere of tula Una avoid
both transit by nnailab railway and thn diaoomtorta of croaalog
U>e ( UmuiilI. betide faring t'me, trouble and expenae.
OEOIIOft MACKKMIK, Agent, i>" Broadway.
STK*M r>> yCKESSTOWM AND LIVERPOOL,, CAR
rylng ihe Un.ted Siatea mail*.
Sailing f?cr? Wedoeadav.
WISCONSIN, William* Sept 30, at 10 A. M.
NKVADA, I'orsyib Sept.~?V, at 8 P. M.
From oler 4ft North River.
Cabin p??*age, +70, irold; average, $90, enrrencv.
Prepalrt UrVet*, rurrenrv.
PMaensera booked to and Irom I'ana, Hamburg, Norway
and Sweden, Ac. Drat la on Ireland, England, France aad
Oermany atfoweat rate*. Ant It to
WILLIAMS A lil'ION, 2(t Headway, or
O'DONijVaN ROKSA, Branch office, *3 Broadway.
THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKliT COMPANi'l
iron mall ateamabip
Captain K. Meier, will (all on&pteniber IP, 1071, at 3 P. M.,
for Hamburg, . .
taking paMengera from New Vora to Plymouth, London,
' . Cherbourg and Hamburg.
rim Cabin, 9110; Second Cabin, $Tt; Steerage $H0, (fold)
payable In United State* gold.
The TIIORINulA will aall September *, l ?71.
KUNIIARDT A CO., 0. H. HICHAKO A BOAS,
I Ueneral Agent*, uenerai P?aaenaer Aganta,
K Uroadgtmt. K.T. fo.I Bare** ?urwv, ?, Y.
LD.
PRICE FOUR OENTST"
KHKOPRiiN HTKA?l<4fllP*.
V-TKAM To Ol KKNSTOW N AMI) LIVKRPOOL.-\rift
k7 Urdnrxdaf Hnpt. ENOLAM), Hmiirikr,
Mojit. 18. To London dli*o ? JiKIN, Tuodny. riapu li.
Oiri' r niJs^b'M nn in miiv imrL itf Kn. !&ni1
and Scotland* ? *0 Kti^lnh Onlrl mi l Stiver for *?Ie at lowe4t
rain. Aj>i> y to KIDj'K A CURTIS, 7J Broadway, corner
Rector itreet.
NlTICE. THE FIRST (T.A5S STEAMSHIP DORUM
<*lil nail I luridiy, September 14. tailing p inieng-ra for
Li pool, tjuee town, (l!a*gOV and Unrrr. Meaiags
| a??au<", $'J#. For uaK?ige apply at 11 Mcoadway.
COAMTWMK Sl'KA?ISHIP"(.
IJACIMC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LliOl TO
California, Janan am) China,
via I'nn .ma,
Carrying Mai.*, Puai^m^ira and Freight
id
Klngtion. .lam lira. Buntu Martha an<l Ureytown
anil I'acllio Uou> of Mexico,
Cuntrai America, I'eril
,I*14V<, l?,h ?nd 80th o icli month, except wh??
thou dan* rail on Sunday, then a? day previ mi
n - m r RISING Hi Alt, C*;>Uin H. P.
Conner, will 'o?ve pier 4^ North River, .it li o'clock noon, Tor
Aiplnwui via Kin aion connecting at Panana wltn ulea-rier
ni j m , touching at Anapulc i, Man/anlllo
and Muzat an, an I al?o nonnesting for all ?mil rat
America i and South P?cllio nor!*. Freliht for la*t named
port* recelvwl until 4 p. M. of Rcpi-mbar l.L
Sleniuer CHIN A will leave San Franctnco September 30 for
Japan aud China. For rite* of i a**??e, fieight and all
further Information apply at company's o'I're. on lh? pier
foot of CauaJ ?lreet. F. R. UABY, Agent.
QAM POMINUO LINK -FOR PDKRTA PLATA. SAM AlfA
O and S?n Domiugo Cltr.-Tlie l/nltad Stale* Mall steanvihlp
TYHfcK, Captain E Deiano/. will leave pier No. 4 North
Hirer on Thuraday, September 14, at U o'clock P.M. For
freight or piis*Hge ami y to
8POFFOKD BROTHERS * CO., 28 Broadway.
UNITKD hTATEH AND BRAZIL MAIL STBAMHHll'
Cumpiuy.?Tlie e'egunt ?ldewlie< I Hteamehlp NOHlH
AMI'.ltlCA. "J oil) ton* burthen, Cuptaiti Coo. H. H ocura. will
til for St. fliumaa, I'ara, I'euiambuco, Hahla and Rio .lanelro
on Saturday, September .'.'I, ut 3 o'clock P. M., from
Plur 4fl N. rtli RH er. For might or pningo auuly to
W.V. It. GARRISON, Agent, No. 5. Howling Green.
Havana, progreso and vi:ra cruz.
New York und Mexican Mall Steamship Line, leaving
pier 17 Kant Hlver. ut 8 P. M.. dircct to Havana.
CITY OF M Kill OA, Deaken Monday, Sept 15
CLKol'ATRA, I'bllllpa iHavana only)...Wednesday, Out. 4
CITY OF MEXICO. Tlminerluan,,,. Satur lay, Oct. M
CLEOPATRA. Phillip* (Havura only).. ...Tuoaday, Ooi. 84
For frnlglit or pinauue app v to
F. ALEXANDRE 4 BOMS, J3 Broadway.
Ltmi'ku states ma.il. to havana.
) Atlantic Mull Steamship Comomy.
Sailing regul.irly ovr ry Thursday, at 3 o'clock P. M. prfc
cite.y, from i ler No. 4 North Klvt-r.
MlSSoUi.l. ?'hi i,i:n J. H. Kiw.irds September 14.
MOKKO CABTLE, Captain K. Aitaim September21.
CULt'MRlA. Ci.pialn E. V.in Hive September iU.
For freight or paMuge apply to
A. W. D1MOCK, President,
No. i> Bow ill;; Oreen.
TEXA? I.INK Of GALVWTO* KTE*MEKS-TOUCU.
Inn at Kny West, carrying the United Stst.-n inall.
The A1 8tH.ni.snip HOLIYaR, Captain Wl.uam Evans, at
pier 20 East Hirer, will l?uv>'on 8*turdny, September 16.
Through bllli of lading given to Hoii'ton an.I all Dolnta
on the Onlvesion, Houston and Henderson and H. B. S. and
C. Railroads.
No Kny Welt frel.ht received on Saturday, after 12 M.
For freight or passage apply to
C. H. MAiiLdKY A CO., 15.1 Maiden lane,
or IV. F. CliTDK & CO., lit* Wail (treat.
fOR NEW OKLKISH DIRECT,
r MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE,
from plar No. 5 North Uiter, at <i o'uloo* P. M.
SHERMAN,
on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Freight received dally. Through rales siren to St. I,nuli,
Vlckslmrg, Mobile, Ouvest.m and Indlanola.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodation*,
apply to FBBDBRIC BAKER, 80 Bro.ulway.
I poll NEW OKLBAN8 DIRECT,
1 Southern Line.
The steamship C. W. DORP,
Captain Ro ?rs,
will leave pier 21, F.aat Uiver, We inegday, Sepleraler 10.
Freljlit for St. Louis, Mobile and Galve<ton taken.
For freight or passage, bavin* superior accom.uodutlou*
apply to
C. 11. MALLORY A CO., 1V.1 Maiden lane.
For new Orleans direct.
The Cromwell Steamship Line.
The steamship UNITED STATES will leave pier No.
North river, on Saturday, R?|it?inrer IS, at 3 o'c o?k l', M.
Frel?ht received daily. Through rates glvon to Galveston,
Indlanol.i, Mobile anu St. Lorn*.
Caiiin p.iAtuge, 'rfiO, steerage, mil.
For freight or .passage appiy U>
H. B. CROMWELL ,t co., 8(1 West street
XTOTIOB TO
j> merchants and shippers
>>v the
grfcat southern frkioh line
via
charleston, s. 0.
In order to correct the erroneous impressions formed bv
few of our rations, this line will In iiUure, and until further
notice, issue time bills of lading to such parties as dealt*
them, subject to a forfeiture for every day's delay beyond tik*
time spccllleo.
Su>?m*r!> will continue to sail reg il?ry trom pirr as/forth
Ri.vr, making a ciose and certain coniiectioa to all points la
the South and Southwest. , ,
Through bills of lading wlU te Issued and signed at MM
olllto of Henry R. Morgan A Co., 17' West street.
BENTLEY D. HAS ELL, Oenoral Agent.
N?.w Yoltc, Beptcm'.er 2, H71.
The great southern freight and passenoeb
tins fur Charleston. S. C., the Florida porU
and thj
South aud Soutawest,
ailing from pier No. ?9 Nortn River, at 8 P. M., every
, Wednesday and Saturday.
The flist class stdewheel steamship
JAMES AUGER, Captain T.J, Lockwood,
will sail on Saturday, September I *. ... ?
Through passage ticket* and bills of lading Issued at loWMf
rales.
For local freight and passage apply to
I1KNRV R. MORGAN A CO.,
177 West street, oornerof Warren.
For through freight and rales apply to
HENTLKV D. II ASELu General Agen*
Great Soiit ieru Freight Line, S17 Broa Iwav.
Tlie steamjblp SOUTH CAROLINA wlU follow Wadncf
day, Bej leuiber iO. ^
FOR NORFOI.K, CITV POINT AND RICHMOND.
Old Dominion Steamship Company.
Ktcitmshlps of this Hue leave pl?r 37 North River, fool ot
Reach strett. . .
For Norfnlk, Cltv Point and Richmond. The steamship
A MU'.M AIU.K will nui on Thnrxl ly, sepv. n, ai .1 r.
connecting wlllith* Virginia mi l rennnsaen Air line, IM
Kmknar.il Ian I Air lln", I'etembnrg and We.don Railroad,
Ctie*i?|>r,alie anil Obio H.tlltand Richmond and Oanrula
Railroad. Thr..\i h paeiicnusr tlcketa and through hills or
lading at redoced rate* to nil polnti South aud Souttiw.rat.
Appiy at ortica, on pier 37, or at u1l"? of the company, 111
Qrecmirlcb street, corner of Dey.
TKAVm.miW HP1UB.
ALBANY AND TKOV DAY LINK.?STEAMKRS 0.
VlttHARD auil DANIEL DREW, trom Voi'.rv iitr-e*
nt 4A. M.; I hlrty lo'ii th street at 6:45; landing al Yonkera.
Tarrytown and Nrark by (erryboal, Coueni', Wert
Point, lorn wall, Newimr^, Pou<:hkeep*ie, Rhlneheok, Cat*kill
and Mod* >11, connecting with evi-iilng train* on the New
York CcDtral for Ibe Weal, itud on and alter Jnne 3d with tb|
I Albany ?ud Sosou -bauD* ro id for Sharon Spring* 1 .*I i*ro*i?
I >ew York) no 1 Hlnghamlon, and by Rrn?*e.iicr and Maratoga
road for 8ar-?io^.) Springs . H I vi I'rum New York). Al
Hudson for Lntianon iri rlng?, all rail. To Troy by ?teamhoal
j BCIIi YLRK.
Til!'. MARY POWELL, FROM VESTRY STREET At
HrtfiP. M. da|iy, making usual Ian ling*. R^tirnlijlote*
Rnndoutft 10 A. Ponjliknonle ij:W, Milton ?>:4?, New".
0urg7 :JO Cornwall J :|ft, ?'< ? i'olut *: li, Couch*' 1:1 >, at?
rmnelnNcw York it 111 44.
EXCTttMIOXa.
"J JAILY EXCURSIONS To HARLEM, UIUII BKIDOK,
Molt Daren, Karl'* and Christ'* Park and Mnrrlsanla.?
Paiac* steamers M<iRKISAMA and META Inars as follows
?
MorriMnl* ?:lll, 7 :04, 8:1ft, 9:1(1, 10:15,1 M, 2 45, 4:M, S1I4
" ?,il(on ?treet ?, 7 l". ? 05, 9:15,10:45, I :IS, t:i\ 4:15, (:1^
6:Sf1; lauding ?t K'shth and 1 l<nii street* each way.
l ii' oa i.roT! and Christ's Cars fine to plcalc partlei going
by lbin line.
S'in lay hoal* levre hourly from 9 :I0 A. ,M. to 7 P; M., coth
neotlPir wth Pope I'atlln for High Hrldge. Fare from Uaiv
lain to Hl.h Bridge on Hundav. 5 cnta
CIIAKI.ES II. LUtKUTRKET, Superlntendenl.
POST OFFK'K NOTiCBa
Fust office notice.
The Mall* for Europe during the week ending fUttUday,
Kept. IK, 1471, will clot* at IbN oU< <i on Tuaadar at 11M
A. M., on Wednesday at 13, on 1 bursday at 11)4 and on Hntu#
day at 13. P. H. JONES, Poatuaatar.
UiW orvitM.
AT 77 BLREfKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY;
iv 'ip atalra lllgheat cash sdTancca on Diamond*
Watch**, Jewelry, Hanoi, Ac., or bqnfkk Pawnbruktrr
Ticket* bonjltt al 77 B'.Mckar itrert.
At wolf brother.s,1 ?m broadwat, betwkkb
NIm teenth and Twentieth atresia.?Money luaoel on
Ulauinnds, W atchov Jewelry. Silrr.rware. Sllk?; particnlart/
Piano*; pr.rate parlor for la<lict. lluslueaa itrlcily coat
dentloL
American officp.-:m *75,ooo._will huy oi
make ady&nrca on T>1aniond?, Watobea, J?wa rr. PllreiJ
ware. Cam?la' llalr Hbawla, Laoea, VaJuaMn. hlgftwf
price* paid. J. H. hakkiS'cTkh,
"35 Broftrlway, opposite A^lor piao*.
\t?n BROADWAT. CORNKR OF FOURTH HTRRET-a
Llkeral advance* on Diamonds, Watclie*. Je'?WT.
Knka, I amel'i flair Sbawln, Lace* and Per??oal Property ol
erery description. JAM KH P. MATrllKWi.
AT L. BERNARD'S, 4W ?IXTH ATMJIVB, BITWUI
Tw?dU foi rth and Tweoty-i'.ftli streets. Liberal a*
?nr*? made on lllaOfniK W itche*, Jewe.ry ani ail kuidg
Cf goods. Same 1/tnitft.t al full ra!ne.
\t 57 TIIIKri K.NTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAT.^
I pay the price for Dlamonda, Watches, Jeweiryu
'piamood Broker, 57 Thirteenth (treat, near Hroaaway.
t hv man's, ?#9 hboadwat. oorsrrt ok bo.hb
Mreet.-Llbaral Hitranor* male on ();aaun If aa4
Watch**. Si.v?rwnre, 4c., or WtU pay tb? bi*!ia*t nMTM*
prleo for tbc sama.
Aoreat and sire remedy for married
ladie*. from whatever came pr.xlucad. Pr.cn |i.
Dr. mal'KlC fcav, 1x9 U"?rtv Mr ml, or mo; by m*IL__
UU NASSAU STREET, OPrOMI5 P<?8t OKKICE.-.
*><J Liberal advance* inadft on L>UmM.!*, Wa chf*. Jt*i
airy a&d all klnda or meri-hanuu*. Tne *ame Buugat and
told. HAY MAN LKiVOU). r-om No. L
on nassau hTRtl'. T. HETWKhN FULTON AMU
OU John (treat*. -NKWMAN LEOPOLD .-uncioiaa tk?
buy log. tailing or advancing on Diamonds, Watcbea, Jt?t
eUy, Fhnoa. McrchauJI? Life I'olkla* for any aaaoaat.
Ikil broadwat.-at ir. n. mklvtujts
. 11? 1 airy and Coral (tore. Diamond*. Wataftaa, Vata*.
blaa (toraO for tba aumniar. Oa*h idTUM m Mmi U m
aulrod t? aar aaouuu 1.1M BrjaJwa*

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