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WgOLE NO. 13,115.
MEECTOftV ft* ADVERTISERS.
AMCBBMBNTO" Second Pic*?Sixth column.
AMTROLOOY?Third Paob?Sccond column.
BILLIARDS?Third P?og?Second column.
BOARDERS WANTED?8i(ojo? Pagc? First ?olwmn.
BOARD AN? LODUINU WANTED?SBCOJtP PAua-Pirst
REAL ESTATE POR 8ALB-8*COHD
BUSINBSfT^'POHTtKiTIER-THiRD P*C?-Flr?t col
BCSrHMrf NOTICES?Firm Pin*-Sixth column.
OJTY BBAL EHTATE KOR BALE?8no*d P-MM-Tbtrd
<7MnSy"AJTD SALESMEN?Seventh Pace?Third and
CWT^IN^tiieoi.""'PAQB-Slxth column.
1 COACHMEN AND OARDENEKfl?Beyejttb P*a?-Fonrtb
COAhVwiSe STEAMSHIPS? Phut Pao??Fifth aud sixth
<30PABTI?ERSH1P9?Thihd Paoh?first column.
COUNTRY BOAKD?Secojto Pauii?First and second
OKNTimT^Y?fl*coifi> P*a??Sixth column.
DRY OOODS?First Vacw? Pmrth column.
DWELLING MOUSES TO LET, KUBNISUED AND UNVUBNISHBD?Second
Paul? Seooud oolumn.
SCBOPBAN STEAMSHIPS-FhwtPao*?Filth Column.
hl'KOPE?Third Page?S*< oed colnmn.
BXOUB9IONB?Seventh Paub?Fltlh column.
FINANCIAL?Nurrn Page? Fourth and dfth column*.
FINE ABTft?Second Pao?? Fifth column.
FOB SALE?Second Pice?Fourth and filth columns.
FUBNISBSD BOOMS AND APABTMENTS TO LET?
Second Pag*?Second and third column*.
? FfTRNITuRE?Second Pauk?fifth column. *
P BENCH aDVJSBTI&KMENTS?Seventh P ac*-Fifth
COlODltk*
help w^.ntei>?females?9imrn pic?-Thlrd colHELpm^ANTED?MALES?
Seven Paub?Fourth and
HORSES^ L?c'AUU1AOES, AC?Fibs* Pack?ThLrd and
fourth column*.
HOTELS? Second Paqs?First column.
f HOUSES, ROOMS, ac., WANTED?TuiRD Page?Second
instruction?Shventit Pao??sixth colnmn.
JERSEY CITY, MOBOKBN. HUDSON CITY AND BBR
UEN REAL ESTATE FOB SALE-Second PaueThird
column,
LOAN OFFICES?Tnitti) Pauc?First column.
LOST AND FOUND--First Paoe?Ptrst colnmn.
M At.1 HINEBY?Second Pauk?Fifth column.
M.vKBLE MANTELS?TniRo Paw?First colnmn.
\a ' A r_Tuiun l>First rnlumn.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVEK'iISKMENT8?Tinmi Pag*?
Sixth ci lumn.
MISCELLANEOUS?Third Page?Pccond column.
MU8ICAL-6ecokd Page?Sixth column.
MEW PUBLICATIONS?First Pagk?Sixth column.
PERSONAL?pi but Page?First column.
PIANOFOHTES-Sdcond Pagk?Filth columu
POLITICAL? HarsJirn PAur?Sixth column. ,
POST OFFICE HOTICB?Piibt Pase?Bccond column.
PROPOSALS?SBCoWn PAUK-Fittii column.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALESSkventh
Page?Tliird column.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?Second Page?Third column.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Second Pace?Third
and fourth columns.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Paok?Fourth column.
REWARDS? First Paob?First column.
SALES AT AUCTION?Seventh Pauk?Sixth column.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Seventh PACOFirsr,
necond nnd third columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?8eventu Page?Third
column.
SPECIAL NOTICES?First Page?First and cecond columns.
SPORT1JUI?DOGS, BIRDS, &C.-FlRhT PAGK-Scccnd
column.
t StJMMEK RESORTS?Second Pacti?Second column.
' TUB TRADES?Seventh Paou?Filth columu.
THB TURF?Fikst Page?Third column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES-Sbcowd Pagek
Sccond column.
' TRAVELLERS' UU1DE?First PACK-Pixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
' Second Page?Third column.
I WANTED TO PURCHASE?SErBirrn Pa<??Fifth column.
WSSTCHBSTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALB
OR TO LET?Second Page?Third column.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?First F AaB-SiXt& column.
I Hnmtuixjp" BRANCH (IFFH E?I'PTOWW
^ DTERWSITMENTS FOl^THlTNEW YORK HERALD
I' StCEITED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE,
1.2G6 BROADWAY,
WEST SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST ANDTIIIRTY
SECOND STREETS.
ADVERTISEMENTS ABE RECE.VED FROM 8 A. M.
TILL 6P.M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS 2 TILL 8
V. M.), AT OFFICE RATES NO EXTRA CHARGE OF
AMY KIND.
PMRSoarAJu.
Clim)n-do'not forget your FRIEND: THE
poor little totfi bush is dylnft. MAX.
"IPOR ADOPTION?A BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY MALH
P chllil. Apply to Dr. and Mmc. WEST, 143 West
fwenty-tlftlt street.
GU8TAV K R~GIVE US INFOUMATION OF YOUR
whereabout*. We are in fear about youf safety. Rettnrn
Immeillatolv to your aaxioui relations. EB1L.
GROROE-BIO TIME AT UNOZ.E DAVB POLLOCK'S,
High Bridge come Bp, tare pop. LONGFELLOW.
TTARVEY, A MILLER. FORMERLY OF BATIT, ME b
m Me Wl"ntfl?f " 8"untlon' atl(lrC8s ENTER Pit I Sis,
!r MISS MAY OR ESTHER TALMADGE, FORMERLY
with Mrs. Georgia Allan, in city, send address to
>dain REED, Herald Uptown Branch office.
IF MARY T. N H. FORMERLY OF SALEM. MASS ,
Is in the clty^ he will oblige by sending lirr address to
"H.," Herald Uptown Branch office, on Monday nixt.
F FRANK M. TAYLOR, OF ERIE, PA.. GRADUATE
of Princeton College this year, Is in tne city, please
send Address to Miss ADA E. BOSW ARTII, "Ivy (Village,''
Long Branch, N. J. OTP.
IF S. J. L. '.VILL CALL AT 458 WE3TTHIRTY-FOURTH
street he will hear ot something very Important.
T. K.
Lady in black silk dress, yesterday afternoon.?I
lort you in Fourteenth street. You bowed to
me tome time since, Sunday afternoon, on Fifth avenue,
when you were in company with another lady. I earnestly
desire your acquaintance. Please address, giving
some description, PaLM LEAF FAN, Herald Uptown
Branch oftlce, 1.265 Broadway.
MP.-MEET YOU FRIDAY, JULY 19, WITHOUT
. fall. HAKliY.
"1X188 ANNIE MASON. FORMERLY OF THE CLUB
.lit House. Westville, Conn., will hear of something to
her advantage by caliiug at 18 West Fourth street
R. SAXON.
I p w.?write a letter to me, and addess c.
i i . E., box 185 nerahl office.
YJEBECCA?carriage will wait from 7 p. M.
XV at same place.
t1wfethhi".h-" EVER OF thee i'm Pnvni.Y
O dreaming." You arc all tbc world to me. Tuesday.
July i!S. Come. IVY.
WILL THIS GENTLEMAN WUO RECEIVED TI1B
wrong Umbrella, marked fc. D. Zevely, at Hie Union
Kqaare Theatre Mond.iv night, 14th ia<t., pli ase rcturu It
to H6 William street, where he oan receive liiat
theLASES Sfo iiB'PffncET?noii
tn the Unlvcrfity placc car and recognized gentleman
wfuiplcked It up grunt an interview? Address CONI
njPENCE, Herald Uptown Branch oHico.
<kin nnn T? BE given away.-if this
iplU.l/lJl/ should meet the eye of any member* of
the Rock family, formerly residents oi Droglieda, Ireland,
they will Dlease address Mr. ARTllUB ROCK, box
id 5'<>st ofllcc, Valparaiso, Chile.
LOST^AND FOVWDS
T OST?COMMUTATION TICKET OF ERIE RAILWAY,
t L In name J. E. Mantln. 1'louse rcturu to J. E. MASTIH,
12 Broadway.
LOST OR 8TBAYED?TWO MILCH COWS AND A
Calf. Any one knowing of their whereabooti will be
liberally rewarded by giving lulormaiiofl lo Mr?. COLLUM,
Plfty-eighth street, between liftn and .Sixth ava.
OBT?ON SATURDAY LAST, "iff BROADWAY OR
near the l'ost office, a protested note and accounts.
Hy returning the same to RICHARD BTACKPOOLE, 31
Nassau street, New York, the finder will be liberally re
warded.
Lost-a small light red cow short horns.
white lace, one horn lipped With brass. A liberal
reward if the same is returned to CHARLES DBVL1N,
311 East Kilty-seventh street
LOST?ON A BELT RAILRoTAb~CAR"riN FRONT
street, near Bcekinnn, a brown leather l'ocketbook,
with metal 11 ?!>, containing papers of no use but to the
owner $6 reward will be paid on leaving It at the Tax
Office ivorn, No. 8 City Ilalf, Brooklyn, unrt no aaestlons
askoii. N. V. ALLEN.
' T OPT?ON TUESDAY, A MEMORANDUM BOOK, CON-Li
mining a K< nding Railroad tml? ajte book. Return
both to 11. RbiiDKUUD, Heading, l'a., by express, C. O. D.
$90 reward.
Wf" 1 t'*r-A LOCKET, ON HUNJUY AFTERNOON, ON
.Lj i?< c<' ><! avenue, lictween 8ixti?th nnd Wxtyttith
tree**, nionogranimed F. A. 0. A literal reward will t?e
I . given Vy icttuiiinu to F. A. (!., Franklin Saving* Bank.
3 < corner Hnrly-?ecmiu Mrect and KlJtUli avenue
1 ( ii,-T OR STOLEN?CERTTriCAtH HO. Si Foil 440
H XJ dtnre* stock oi Central Coal Company ol Pentuy'v?V
ill* All jer?ot>? Interested arc called upon to show cause
I why a new certificate uliould nut be iwued.- AdrireM 0.
I KUNYON, office Kpni!? Mountain Coal Company, Trinity
MIMing*. New York City
I T itfT I B STOLEN?CEKTIFK'ATE OF 30 SHARES
I Li <?ork in Iiniik < l America, New Yoik, In name of
I ILinuali Babcnrk, dated May S, 18t'.2, Ten dollar* reI
wan! will tepnid Uiimv pii*.-.n who will return same to
'WALTER STANTON, lb Leonard Htrect, New York;
? worlde-m to miy one i,Ut owner.
I 9~^ REWARDS.
I <{?c: tKWARD.-LOST, A 14 FOOT HOW BOAT, PAINTI
id white; two teti ol' row-locks; I raudcil N. I)
ft 4 rlorfc. Fort Leo. N. J.
? <#?," REWARD.?T11E ABOVE REWARD WILL BK
I iT'J mid tor the return ot n rod morocco t'ocketbook,
li>."t iniront oi No. 4 'linden Inne, nt?ai0 number.
I ?*9A REWARD.?LOST, OV Jt'LY ?. A GOLD Ht'NTI
-Tift ca*e Watch, >0. 7,773. au Kr.gligh lever. The
| sibuve/ew itrt will be paid to anv one rctundiiir the ?mi>
I to <; i. REKDER, Cnt.tl. tou Corntu, H. I., or to WM.
WIMI'LK, BP Liberty direct.
IflCIAL NOTICES.
\ -A-PERfSONg WHO ARE IN ft" Ft ED IN GOOD
iX? Hi" ln*nrnnc? com panic* mid who do not dartre to
mirrrndtr thrir | oIUIm by an abwdutc ?nlc, <an borrow
tbvxurrtiidcr vulue of tin tr f oltc!o? by apt'li in? at87 Liberty
tflrat. Advances imnh ou other get urltics. I
T
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< NEW
_ SPECIAL. NOTICES.
A UL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST T1IE
J\. die Mil boat New Champion, ol every name ami nature,
are requested to present their cluints on boaril the
Ktcaner on Wednesday, July 17, Toot of Franklin street^
UI1U receive lueir uium-v an iiviiiinn >viu.u
truulinu the stcaim r New Chuin[>U.n without an Writer
ifoni Captmn S. c'olei. BLACK & DONAHUE.
All officers, soldiers and sailors hi p
tured, wounded or injured, however vlivhtlv, aro
entitled to a pension. Apply to Dr. E B. JACKSON, lute
Surgeon United Status Navy, No. 4 New Chambers street.
A?official drawinos
. kentucky state lotteries.
EXNTTCET?KITKA CLASS MO. 487?JPI.V 17, 1872.
7, 42, 16, 57, 72, It, 33. j3, 10, 31. 64, 1.
KENTUCKY?CLASS *0 438?JTLT 17. 1372.
M, 33, 8. 17. 69, 44, 39, 61, 88, 8, A 8, 46, 63.
KADOCAH? EXTRA CLAIM NO. 337?JCI.V 17, 1H72.
61, 42, 63, 24, 10. G6, 16, CA, 7, 30, 12, 33.
PAODCAB?CLASS NO. 338?JOLT 17, 1872.
m, aa, 14, 34. so. a. aj, 17. 10, 47, is. 77, 21, s,
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, frovlntfton. Kv.
Address J. CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway i I'ost oftlce
box 4.96ft
A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF ROYAL HAVANA
A. and Kcntacky State lotteries always on flic. J.
CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway, 133 Fulton street, No. 2
Park row; Fo? office bo* 4,909.
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TUB LEADINO EVEN I NO NEWSPAPER OF THE
TIMES.
TOE BEST MEDIUM FOR BUSINESS ADYERTIS
INO IN "TIIK CITY.
READ BY ALL.
INDEPENDENT OK PART* OR CLIQUE.
LIBERAL 1M SENTIMENT.
FEARLESS IN OPINION.
CONTAININO MORE NEWS THAN ALL TUB
EVENINO PAPERS COMBINED.
FULL OF USEFUL INTELLIGENCE TO BUSINESS
MEN AND VALUABLE INFORMATION TO
EVER* ONE.
THE
EVENING TELEGRAM
IS NOW
THE FIRST LOCAL JOURNAL
OF THE CITY. ?
SENT TO AIJ. THE WATERING PLACES.
SENT TO ALL THE SUMMER RESORTS.
AND
SENT TO ALL CREATION FOR
FIFTY CENTS PER MONTH, OR SIX DOLLARS
A YEAR.
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD COMpany
of South Carolina.
There will be an adjourned mectin? of tht holders of
the guaranteed bonus and certificate* of the above named
company held at the office of the undersigned, 64 Wall
?? ""?* V/>?k ?n TKnvadirv .futv 1H At 4 nVlr.rV P \l.
F. F. MABBURY, JR.
NOTICE IS IIERE8Y OlVEN TO ALL PARTIES INterosted
that the C'ommistloners appointed un<ii r
chapter MO, Laws of 1372, will meet ut the Chamber of the
Board of Aldermen on Thursday afternoon, July IS, 1872,
at 4 o'clock, to examine lntd the facts and circum?tunc<i?
relating to the contracts made l>y the Mayer, Ar, of tho
city or New York with the following named persona, to
witContract Wo. -
i,s???Michael Gavin, Ninth Avenue, flag, between Fifteenth
and Sixteenth street*.
2,0Z4?MicnaH Gavin, Filth avenue, crosswalks at 131st
2,049-^. A^ouTmlng, Thirtieth street, stone block paving,
from Eighth to Ninth avenue.
2.0S2?w. A. Camming, Thirty second street, paving stone
' locks. Third to Fourth avenue.
2,336?W. A. Gumming, Hubert street, paving stono blocks,
Hudson to W(*l street.
2,538-w. A. Cum in Ing. Watts street, i uring stono blocks,
2,061?^"a. '^miimingf^orty-flTst Street, paving stone
blocks, Fourth to Madison avenno.
2,000?W. A. Ouraming, aixt/-U?lrd r-est, paving atone
block#, Third to Leatnf tun avei<*e *
2,324? Michael Mahoqey, F?fUeO> street, flax, between
Finn a;id MaJisou avenues.
2.SB?Daniel Tone, 12Sd street, regulating, grading, 4c.,
Eighth avenue to New avenue.
2,118?Michael Gavin, Twenty-sccond street, regulating,
grading, Ac., between Eleventh avonnc and Hudson
1,646? Michael Gavin, Thirtieth street, flag, Siath nnd
Seventh auenucs2,130?Tlum.is
llayden, Fif.h avenue, sewer, between
Thirty-fourth and Thirty-firth Htrevto.
1,710?Michael Gavin, Fifty.first street, regulating, grading.
Ac., between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
2,333?Joseph (larry. Fifth avenue, sewer, between Thirtysecond
and Thirty-third streets.
2,117?James F. Keye?, Fitty-flfth street, paving stone
blocks, Tenth and Eleventh avenues.
2,07ft?John Lenihan, Forty-eighth street, paving stone
blocks, Third and Fifth avenues.
2,236?Brown A Mosk, IVarl street., paving stone blocks.
Whitehall street to Cocntles slip.
2,236?Brown it Mngk, Brocme street, paving stone blocks,
Bowery to Norfolk street.
2,320?Warren A Murphy, Eightieth street, paving stono
block?, Second to InirJ avenue.
2,146?Goow T. La Due, Fifty-second street, flag, hotwecu
Eighth and Ninth avenues.
2,207?Michael N'oonan, Church street, sewor, between
Fulton and Morris streets.
2,19ft?G. R. fmith, Second uvenue, fewer, between 125th
street and Ilurlcm Klver.
1,663?George P. White, Washington street, sewers, between
Charlton ami King streets, iiudsou street,
Dominlck street ami Varies street
1,769? Philip Duffy, Chrystie street,sewer, between Crand
and Broome streets, Broome street, Jersey atruut,
Wooster street and in Gay street.
1,810?John Dutly, Pe lford street, sewer, from Christopher
to Orove street; Varick street, Broome and Uraiid,
from Sullivan to Thompson. and Spring street, Mulberry
to Crosby street.
1,943?'William H. Reyes, Washington and Greenwich
streets, sewers, irom DesbrossesloCanal; lu Carolina
street, Leonard street, Centre Market ulace, and in
Broome street, between Centre and Mulucrry street.!.
2,060? Ilugli Mast-rson, U4th street, sewer, Third and
Fourth avenues.
2,330?T. O. O'Brien, Hudson stTcct, sewer, between Bnnlt
and West Twelfth streets and between Horatio and
Ganscvoort streets.
2,144?Water street, sewer, between Moore and Cocnties
slip, and Front street, between Montgomery and
Gouverpenr streets.
JOS1AH SUTHERLAND, )
HOOPKR O. VAN VORST, 5 Commissioners.
D. R.J JAQl'ES, J
C. H. 8. Williams, Clerk. -* ? ? v
Jf'"8
OPFICE OF TUB MANHATTAN MARKET COMPANY,
346 and 348 Broadway.
Kit York, June 10, 1V2.
Notice?The constan' application for STANDS in the
MANHATTAN MARKET, Thirty-fourth street, North
River, has Induced the company to open their books before
the completion of the building. Consequently, on
and after MONDAY, JULY 1, stands will be LEASED for
the term of Ave years, the occupants to have privilege
aud preference on renewal of lease at the end of the term.
Leases will date from August 1, when it is expected the
building will be ready (Or occupation. Plans of the
BUILDING AND STANDS, with prices affixed, can be
examined at the ofilce of the company.
PAUL J. ARMOUR, President.
FFICUl DRAWINGS OF KENTUCKY STATE
Lottery.?extra class mo. 487?jolt 17, 1871
7, 44, 16, 67, 72, 27. 83, 32, 10, 21, 64, L
CLASS *0. 48n?JULT 17, 1872.
? * 8. 17, 6., 44.
196 Broadway, room 4. Branch office 447 Broome street.
IInv.tnA rtrnwtncr* on file.
Havana Lottery?Five first number* received flr?r July
13. JU8KHM RATES.
Royal ra>on gov- i royal Havana lotteernment
Lottery atLelp-1 ry, drawings on file,
sic, Uermany, 9S,0d0 tickets, J
47,500 niu<.?. J Pot office box, 8.80.
T1IKODOR ZSCHOCn, llfl Na*<a? street.
SPECIAL NOTICE.?THE MKMHES9 OF 0 COMPANY.
Seventy flrM regiment N. 0 .-t. N. Y., are rcnne*te<i
to assemble at 9! o'clock. Thuruflay morning, the I th
Inst., at Cortlannt <?r?-ft fevry, In cttlwn'* dress with
white pant*, to atte nd the funeral of Charles H. Akley,
who was formerly au u :ive nlul up to the time ot his
death an honorary member of the company.
TO HYDRAULIC ENOINEUR8.?THE COMMISSIONers
of Water Works for the eify of Toronto, will receive
application*, with testimonials, tor the office ol Engineer
to the <' ominls.'ion, nntil Saturday the Z7th ln*iuut;
such applications to be g*^^R^^{^enigned,
Chairman, Water Work* Commission
TEXAH LANDOWNERS-PARTIES HOLDINO RIUHTS
to real estate in Texas and who are not represented by
reliable agents In that State should eall at once upon thj
undersigned, where every information relative to title,
value. Sr., will be furnished without charge.
fUQMAS JAMES, 44 Water street, New York.
TO CUTTERS.?THE CUTTERS OF CARIIART, WHITlord
A Co. are on strike for eight hours. *
WAN TED-10.VtaffA^lir TO USE STONE'S
Tf Fountain Washer; price 13; money r<funded II not
satisfactory; call and see them in operatlyn. 23 Ne\v
Church street. State and county righto for safe
7Q CCQ 18 DRAWN DAILY IN fnE LEOAL !P?J
I OiUuO Ued Kentucky State Lottery 9100,000
gold was drawn In Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba, July
13. Address HALEY h CO. (otllce established 30 year:),
174 Broadway.
POST OFFICE pricE
POST OFFICE NOTICE.?TilK MAILS FOR EUROPE
during the week ending Saturday, July ?. Ifl2. will
CIOJC at tblt office on Weilne*lny at 10 A. si., on Tburaday
at it A. M., and on Saturday at 11 A M
P. II. JUNES, Postmaster.
^WWnilO-DOG?7 BIROS, AC.
B KERCH LOADING DOUBLE GUN-BY CHARLES
Lancaster, of London , warranted frmiinr; 10 naiiKe,
ao inches i would sell low lor ca?h or exrliitnae for a fine
muute loader, CHARLES wlwi* m ^Cambers si
W YO
YORK, THURSDAY, JULY
THE TURF.
TTALL'S DRIVING PARK.?THURSDAY, JULY IS,
ri 4 P M , Match $29t>, mile heaU, best S In 8, In Lariit-H.
Jaines H. Tarrant names br. m. Dolly Vanion; P.
Wateroon names h. h. Billy Martin
HALL'S DRIVING PARK.-FRIDAY, JULY 19,4 P.M.,
Match $400, mile ticata, best S In 9, In hurnoax.
John Wheeler names b. g. Slippery Dick; D. Duuley
names f. g. Telegrnph.
PROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.?
Till RSDAY, Julr 18, 4 o'clock P M.
Match, $1,OUO; mile beats, beat three in Ave.
D. Dutilcy paine* *. g. Roll Dixon, to wagon.
W. Nelson names a. g. Joe Mori;an, In harnesa.
Good day and track.
GEO. W OAKLEY, Superintendent.
POOLS POI.D AT JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT, 1,137
Brocdway, corner Twenty-eighth street, on Saratoga
racea. Al^o American Girl, Lucy, Goldsmith Maid, at
Cleveland, ilii-i eveninv ami Friday afternoon. Telegraph
will be received oleach beat J. B. JOIINdONT
TJTIt'A PARK ASSOCIATION, OF I'TICA, ONEIDA
V coonty, N. Y.?The annual meeting oi thjs asmcli*
lion lor IN- will Ik' 1101(1 AliwCtlsi 10, i?, ia anu iu. iutcb,
$33,uu0. Entries will close July St.
E. B. GRAHAM, Secretary.
HORSES t'AHKl \tiKy, AC.
AT THE AUCTION HOUSE OK
JOHNSTON It VAN TAHSELL,
fflico and salesroom 17 Nassau street,
opposite I tie Post i lllce.
THE HOKSE AND CARRIAGE BRANCH
ui our business in conducted at our
HOR3E AUCTION MART.
110,112 and 114 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET,
NEAR FOURTH AVENUE,
where we liolil regular
PALES OK HOUSES AND CARRIAGE*)
EVERY TUESDAY AND KRIDAV.
GENTLEMEN WISHING TO PURCHASE, OR THOSE
hHvinjrUorses or Carriage* to sell, will And our house perfectly
reliable, ns we conduct this brauch of oitr business,
as we do all our other binaries*, on the same straightforward
principle* which govern honorable houses in ail
mercantile pursuit*.
WE GIVE THE PURCHASER OP BVERV HORSE
that 1* warranted sound tYoin 24 to 43 hours tor trial.
ENHBXF.S KOR SALE OP HOUSES AND CAKKIAOES
can he made at our downtown olltce and salesroom, 37
Nassau street, where we also Keep a register ol Horse* tor
private Hale.
WBBRAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
A GREAT AM) UNiaiUJBO BAM BY PUBLIC
J\ AUCTION OK PINE AND PAST HORSES, CARRIAGE8,
At;., THIS DAY (THURSDAY), .H EY 18, AT
11 O'CLOCK, PROMPT, AT NEW YORK STABLES, 15
AND 17 EAST TWENTY-EIGllTH STREET, NEAR
P1FTH AVENUE.
JAMES JENKINS, AUCTIONEER.
Consistlnu ot tiie entire outfit ol C. K. Haskell, Esq.,
who Is forced to leave the city on urgent business, to ho
ficue lor .?ue year, and eotis.Mjut niiy will h?>1I his whole
. lock to the highest bidder without limit or reservation.
The horse? arc all well known, heiiiij as tine as are in the
city and will show for themselves.
I.argc and styli'h coach Team, l?'.; hinds high, color
hay, with black point* and Ion?, lull tails; have gnat
style and action; are fast travellers; are perfectly sale
for tuinily use uml are warranted sound and kind.
Bright bay team of youug Haitihlolonian (lehllnurs,
nhout hands hiah, f yo:ir* old, closely mated, be.ng
" <1 (nil- limbs nnri
promise t? ui>?k1 dt al of speed; tiiov nro as line a young
team as stand in the city; arc wo II broken ami have tin?
depositions and aie well worthv the attention oi tarties
looking lor a line road or carriage tram ; w?u ranted sound
an.I kind.
Beautiful and hlsh bred Kentucky saddle and driving
Horse, ict black, l.'Ji hands high, 0 years old, purchased
hj owner in Louisville iast (all; has all gaits to saddle;
tan trot fast In harness; cannot be otitstyled by any living
horse; has plenty of l?one and muscle, and is wuri
anted sound and kind.
Beuutilhl stcd grav Pony, It hands high and u years
old . i an be used by ladies and children; is very doc Jo;
is a <"ist traveller; warranted sound nnd kind.
P.sst and celebrated trotter Hay Harry, l.\k hlKh, 7
yours oil; sired by Ethan Alkn, dam thoroughbred; Is
well kuown as one of the fastest and finest road horses in
the country; h;is record, mad.' at Mystic Park, ol 2:S5,
and trotted last fall in 2 with running mate; he is n
perfcct beauty, Is h gh headed and vuy stylish, <an bo
drivtu by any one; is free from vice, fault or blemish,
aud On a gentleman's roadster is uusurj.assrd.
Supert chc.-mut Or kiln;; Pluto, 13'J hands high, 0 yearn
old; ha* long silver mane and toil; one of the most snowy
uml attractive horses ever seen ; was sired by Cold Oust,
dam by Pilot, raked in Kentucky, an-J purchased there
last fall; can beat) minutes: U pure gulled and reliable;
has been driven Iv a lady;l# very docile, and 1b warranted
sound and kind. -? ' - ?>.- .
Also Top Wagon. light trotting Wagon, both by Brewster;
Pony Phaeton, victoria, single and double Harness
of the best make, Blankets, Rol>? s, Ac.
N. B.? Bale positive, rain or shine, and ample Ume la
given to purchasers on all warrantees.
JBNKINS A DUFF.
At waldron a cooke'S
downtown horse mart,
corner New Church. Oedar and Liberty streets,
AUCTION KALE
HORSES, CARRIAGES,
BUOOIES. KXPRESS WAUONS,
HARNESS, Ac., Ac ,
THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock.
WALDRON A COOKU soil as above their regular
weekly sale., coinprulns about 19 hea l Horses, among
them?
One bay Horse, 7 years, 10k, warranted sound and a
lint, stylish, gentle drive r in ull harness.
One roan Pony, 13 U hands, 7 years; a fine little driver
tor ladles or children's use; s umd.
One hay Trotting Mare, 16 hands, 7 years old ; raised In
Columbia county, New York ; has u record of 2:12 and Is
warranted to-day to drive itiflde of S minutes; t. a i.loasant,
ptyllsh driver, single or double; has no fault, is
warranted perfect lv sound.
Ono hay coutic Horse, 16 binds, 8 years; warranted
sound and kiml.
One baker's Wagon and good working Horse and Harness,
all complete.
One boy Horse. 16 hands, (Iyears; strt.ng and solid hullt:
warranted sound;* true pood wnrkel and puller In all
work ; a first class work horse in every respoet.
One brown Horse, 15^, 7 years; in all respects ef|ual to
above described horso.
(iiio bay saddle Horse, bright, beautiful bay ; a perfect
s'iddic horse iu all gaits, and a good driver, single or double;
sound.
two good business Morses; sola lor want or use, goou
worker*.
One three-quarter scat Road Wagon; city built; nearly
new.
Other norses, Buggies, open Conch, 4c., Ac.
Sole positive; 110 postponement for weather.
A? EXECUTOR'S HALE OK FOUR FINE HORSES,
. WAGONS, HARNESS, AO., AC.. I longing to the
ESTATE ofthe late JOHN B. VALE NT INK, di-eea-ed,
BY JOHN L. VANDE WATER, AUCTIONEER,
ON FRIDAY (To-inorrow), Jl'LY 19, at 10 O'CLOCK
sharp, at STABLE NO. ZK) WEST FORTIETH STREET.
Team of elegant, fant and handsome ETHAN ALLEN
TROTTINO MARES; handsome tilood hays, Willi snip- in
face and white heels; about 16k high; f> and 7years old,
with fine flowlnc manes and tails; were raised near Brattleboro.
and both sired by Ethan Alien, and resemble him
very much in appearance, style ind rait; their dam was
a high Kentucky bred marc, correct pedigree not known,
who trotted thirteen races, and trotled a heat, driven by
Ad. Carpenter, in 2:31. They are closely muted In appearance
and style, and drive like one horse together, without
pulling, (retting or skipping; have fine amiable dispositions;
fe ar nothing; can tie driven by a ladv with salety,
and cannot be otttrtyled on Park or road ; thev showed,
when eom'ng 5 and 0 years clfl, 2tSl together, awl afterwards
trotted n trial at Prospect Park in 2:4fi; they are
promising and are Improving very rapidly In ?teed, and
tltii show a 2 :IS guit any tinic cither single or double; they
" lire without vicc or trick, fault or blemleh ; are a tine guulle
family team, and are warranted sound and kind
Tnc celebrated high-bred, fast and handsome trotting
HORHK BRISTOL, 10 high, 8 years old. formerly owred
by (lovernor Bprngue; is the nioiit elegant rond horse for
gentieman's privnfe use in the State; has flowing mane
and tit), high headed, well bfhAved and honest: n\akcs
no mistakes when speeding; lmre nnd rapid stilted; no
road loo long tor him ; prompt, stylish, free and pleasant
driver; has record of /J6; can beat 2:40 to road wagon,
in J Is A fail'f sto'uk'r 4U<1 better horse ikw than ever;
warranted sound and kind. ** " -< -
Handsome young BAY MARE, rniccd by Mr Lllhurn
and sired by Malor Winfl"ld. dam by Star. high, 9
years old ; \va<< never trained lor speed ; can trot halt a
mile now in 1:19; safe for a lady to drive; fears nothing;
warranted sound and kind.
AJso WAGON- by l>e?t makers, single and double Harness,
fhect'. Whips, Ac. The whole c< mpr'g ns n* fine a
lot as was ever offered. The hor??s are well known to be
genuine trotters and very tine in every particular, Mr.
Valentine being considered one of the b -?t judges o! speed
and Quo Horses.
SARAH VALEXTINR. )
JOHN VAN BKl'ltEN. 1 Executor*.
A-minek a rtkvens"
. Carriage Manufacturers.
lift to 121 Enst Thirteenth street, near Fourth avcnno,
having removed from B&6 Broadway, arc now offering nt
itior ware room* mm fhctory ?'ari tagca and light Wagons
ol every description, manufactured on the premises under
their own supervision, and guarantee them not to be utirpassed
by any, in (|Uullty, style, tinurii cr design.
Purchasersore invited toeall and examine.
\ T 63 LIBERTY STREET.
J\ Reduced price* to close out.
Reduced prices. I inc top Buggies.
R .luci d prices. Kock:.wuy< nnd Depot Wagons.
Reduced prii >>?. Kimket and panel Pony I'lmctons.
He lu>"'d price*. Post quality liptit Harness,
Reduced prices. Fliee!.*, Vets, Kohos, An.
Reduccd prices in everything at ? Liberty
Vi Liberty >tr. , t. .?(.11 .\.-"!'.>N VAN TAS.-'ELI,.
A LABOR AHSOKTMKNT OF FOUR-SEAT PHAEtuns,
Depot Wagons, Top Wagon.-, Ac.
JOSEPH KEAL, 0/and 99 Cherles street.
\ CHANCE KOK HOME ONE.?A SHIFTING TOP
llnajy, covered, mounted Harness, V hip, l.ap Kobe
and Ely Net, for $inO,at lw West Kortyflrst street
"t UENTI.KM AN'H TURNOUT FOR HALB CHEAPLY
A* the owner l? going to Europe, consisting ol a
ritylisti lila< k Horse; can trot Inside <,t 3 minutes; city
made top Wagon, Harness, 4c.; all in good order. Apply
to Mr. B., 56 West Forty-fm!i utreet.
t BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF JET BLACKS, .ILVT FROM
J\ the country; probably the handsomest, l>c:t trained
and safest hiah-llffrd team in the city; younz, long tails,
153^ hands; highly train*d t-> all hamand Huddle; can
be driven and ridden l.y ladle*; have nevi r been In dealers'
hands; owner "bilged to go We?t; will be sold for half
their value; warranted in every particular; at 112VVe.it
fiftieth strdct.
A" LOT OK HOBfc'EH FROM CANADA WBHT-yOUNiril
and sound ; lit tor ail hinds of business. inquire al
*1 Canal street, corner 'Vq.-;.->-.3
A ?CABRIOLETS, PIIABTONH, COUPES. COACHES,
J\? depot Wagons, second hand', seasonable Carriages
and HarnessM per cent leu* than Fifth avenue stores;
only manuiactnrer ol Ham's celebrated and very popular
iiAt. Tif Lm<lniilet four and tti'4 qs> >* Rp.uultvav mul
Fourth street. ' , ""
1 3IX-9EAT PHAETON, IN OOOD ORDER; I
xV Coach, 1 light Brett. hv Lawrence; I two-seat Pliaeton,
too and open Road Wagon, Broome stnet, Brewiter's;!
six wiit Rockaway, Depot Wagon. top Pony,
Park and extension (op Phaetons; Cabriolet, 1 l.andaul. t,
1 cinrenee. 21> top and open Rond wajfona.hy city makers;
i Siilkcys, 2 Express Wagons, single and Pouhle Harness,
Sheets, W hips, Ac W. II. (J RAY, Jo and tl Woontcr St.
A -CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 141 WEST BROAD.
way, near Canal ntreet?Rockaway", ImiIm, Ex
lire**. Depot and Businc** Wa?on?; Park and Pony
Phaetons. llarnesM and Sheet#. C heapest plaee In i-ity
AUCTION-WILL BE HOLD TO PAY EXPENgMH, AT
No. 7 Ureenwli-h avenue, on Friday, July ilT at 11
A. M., a bay Horse, 16 hands 3 irches high, 7 years old; a
good work hors- M. DAVirt, Aae tloutcr.
RK H
- ' XV. - T , ~
18, 1872.-W1TH SUPPLE]
HORSK8, CARIUAOBI, AC.
A" PARK, VICNTC OR DEPOT WAGON FOR HALKTLrer
bcnta, lor six or utne persous; stilish and In
perfoct order; price $S60.
o T? kj/1 trt? * nn Oil l?An??h ?v?nnA
Anew double truck, never used, hor
salt?Has tin u*,e; cheap. A beautiful brown 6-yearold
Mare, 1S>J hands: period Apply at 313 and 316 Newark
aveniie. Jerney Ct|y.
A ?FOR HALE CHEAP, THREE SECOND HAND
J\.? Coaches, curtain and panel ouuteni one Ooum
Kockaway; one top Buggy. 21'j and 2!1 Went Nineteenth
street.
FOR EXCURSIONS-SALOON STEAMER WY.
OMINO. barges SAKAU SMITH, CALEDONIA,
ANNA and REPUBLIC. Oriental Urove.Eagleswood,
Excelsior Park and Wewapex Grove. 8H3 West strict,
near Christopher. U. B. CKOSSETT.
A NOTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES.?EVERY STYLE
_ V Carriages, bolli new and second hand; I.IWO set* nil
styles and nualitlits Harness; immense stuck Family Carriages.
MANUFACTURERS', UNION, C3w Broadway.
\ ?FOR SA1.E, OR WILL UK LET FOR THE SEAA.
son, a huiuliomc bay Hcrse, Phaeton aud Harm ks;
.-afe (or Indies to drive. 22 Wooster street.
A VARIETY OF NEW AND SECOND HAND TOP
anil No-top Buggies, Rocknway aud double set of
Harm as, Dutistomb's make.
GEORGE j. moore, 37rt Broadway.
A CARRIAGE FACTORY, WITH A OOOD ESTABllahed
business, tor sale, owner having other business
to attend to. Address D. P. 0., station D.
i THREE-QUARTER SEAT, HALF-SPRING, SIDEJ\.
t ar Road Wagon: city made, nearly now; price $178:
alio single aot ol liobt Harness. At private stable 80
W 1.-st Tenth street.
/ CARRIAGES, PONY PHAETONS AND BUSINESS
Wagona, all styles, for sale or to let by the day or
season. WITTV'S manufactory and stables, N'evlns and
Fulton streets, Brooklyn.
/tARRIAGErt?SECOND HAND ROAD AND TROTV'
tiiiu Wagon*; a number of Rood leather to:> Bagnios:
stvllsh Derby Dog Cart Phaeton and n turn In neat light
Dog Carl, pole and shalts; a pood Germantowh Roeku\vay,
lust the thing for depot hacking; Depot Wagon#,
Sc.. at R. M. STI VERj" manufactory, 144 to 152 liast
Tlilrly-flrst street, between Third and Fourth avenue*.
TTH)B SALE?A NEW ONE IIORSE PHAETON. 2M
I1 We*t Th irty - first street, near Eighth avenue.
For sale-speed, style and beauty-full
lired Aim o, clone ou XC hands; very gentle in single or
double barneys or saddlr; would trade tor a cheaper one or
take unporud gin or wine in trade. Address box 33U, station
F, lor one week.
tjlOR SALE?A SPAN OF YOUNCI HORSES: SOt'ND,
1 kind and troiltlo: ran trot last: will sell single or
double. Inquire of J. LEFFERTS, Klaibush, L. I.
Fflor SALE-HAY MARE, LIUIIT ROAD ffAOOM.
' Harness, Ac., complete. Can be seen at COWAN'S
stable, Twenty eighth street, near Mr.di.oii avenue.
i UOU SAI.E?STOUT BUILT CANADIAN HORSE, ?
I I1 years, 10 hands: flowing mane and :all; sound, kind
I and true. Express Waffon, Harness; cheap, sejiarute or
I together. S37 West Forty-tonrih street
77OR SALE?A BAY HOR8E, 7 YEA 158 OLD; SOUND,
r gentle and kind; Harness a id strong Light Wagon
(Pliacton), at stable SI I Sixth street, ucar First uveuuei
suitable lor a doctor or o lady.
}j'OR SALE-BROWN IIORSF, 1'! HANDS, 8 YEARS
old; heavy built, broad chest, found and kind; is a
splendid horse for couiio, express or truck. Apply to R.
t. KEMP, 367 Greenwich street.
I7IOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL R\Y IIORSE, 15^ HANDS,
1 (iyears old; :<onqd and kind and a good traveller: has
been ilrtwn by a lady for past three months; also a Pony
Phaeton, Harness, Blankets, Ac. will be sold together or
scpai ately, ami sold cheap. Address R. U. W., box 664
"IjlCR SALE?A HORSE, THOROUGHLY BROKEN TO
f saddle aifl liarnessh; as been the property ol, anil
exclusively used by n ludy, from a colt. Also u Basket
Wagon and Harness.all iu good order. Address box I, I ."J
I'ost Qflce, New York.
TjlOll BALK?AT LESS TU VN HALF COST, HOKHE,
P BrowMcr Top Wagon, Dearly new; Harness, Ac... (or
SJWK), eonl over f 1,1'Wi ewnei going abroad; hor?e 7 years
old, sound and gentle; superior road And saddle hor?e.
Enwor Stable, Gtlscy House.
tjior sa!JST-Sh6icb op Ywo Extra fine
I* Hornet, about It! hanU hl:.'h, ft atid 7 years old;
heavily built and warranted sound and kind in all harness.
Call till sold at J31 West Thirty second ,.;rcct.
17*OR HALF,-A VERY t-TYIJKII KAY HORSE, C YEARS
' old. ISJi hands high; warranted sound and kind;
also tour tine city made Wagons. OOHDON'S Stables,
No. 8 We.-t Thirteenth street^
UM>R SALE-A VERY HANDSOME KAY HORSE, 15
r hands high: 9 years old; pleasant driver, single or
double; well broken to saddle; can be bought chi .u>; or
will trnde (or u work Uorsj. Can br Been at 21 Third
street, near Bowery. ; f'
Ti*OR HAffR?LUMBER TRUCK, HOME AND I1ARr
nes.-j. Can i e seen at mriwt it Morton and West sta.
IllOU SALK?flOOD WORKING MARE, 16 HANDS,
1 sound, kind; sold for Ualt value; price, $100; must
sell on account of no woik. i.01 West Sixteenth street,
near Seventh avenue.
"L^OR HALE?A RAY HORSE; 16 HANP8 HIGH; 7
X1 yearj old; sound and perfectly gentle in every respect;
price $160. A Is o Buggy and Harness. Apply at
ISO East Thirteenth street
TjIOR sale or exchange?eight young horses,
r Just (Voin Indiana, 8 to 7 years old ; also one Coupe
Horse ; all sound and kind; to tie seen until sold. Inquire
at 1^2 Norfolk street.
For sale?an elegant restaurant, in
Church rtriC, In lull opciation; proprietor obliged
to return to the West. J. M. LETTS,
26_Slxtccnth street, corner <1 Broadway.
vnou SALE?A SPLENDID DAPPLE (IRAY HORSE,
l1 IC hands htgh, 6 year* old; sound and kind; very st.ylisli
awl lit lor any person to drive. Apply at sinMes,
Thirty-eighth Ktreit and Broadway. II. GOURDIER.
Iflor HALE?THE HANDSOMEST BAY PONY IN THE
1 city, only 4 years old ; full 14 hands high; splendid
traveller; must le seen to he. appreciated; pound ami
kind. Inquire at the Carriage Factory, corner of Fil'tyciglith
street and Broadway.
For hale?stylish pony-built mare, is hands,
8 years, tit lor any work; sound and kind; price
37 OfWHWlch incline, corner store.
Harness, saddles and horse millinery op
every description, suitable Tor parties going to Sarateen,
Milt l'olnt, Muhonk, Muliopuc, Yuphnnk, < utclioguo,
I Speonk, Mattltuck, Niagara, Rockaway, CatuMtiuiua, Ho:
kendriuqua, Muuch Chunk, llohokus, Tobyhanna,
Squatikuin, PaU'liogiic, Quoguc, Quuknke, Cnaj paqun,
J' rnsnltm, Babylon, Long Branch, the farm. park or
stable. The place to Ret your outfit tiolore liavlnu Is at
C. M. MOSE.MAN A BftO'H extensive Harness Ware|
rooms, m Cbmbeti ?tfwt
Harness.-rbdijced prices.
Very tine assortment; all haurt sewed.
A nobby nickel or gilt light Harness for worth $60
anywhere; some new styles; 10 sets of old stock below
cost lo < lose consignment*.
JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, 58 Liberty street
Harness, saddles, horse clothing.
C. B. SMITH A CO.,
extensive manulacturers of every description of Hnddlery
Goods. A ttnc assortment ol Hiding Bridles, Lap l)u?
ters, Carriage Bolus, Fly Nets, Ac. iu Warren gtreeiT
Harness. harness. harness.
Every ffyle nnd all grades of Harness, at lowest
manulacturers' prices, for cash.
MANDPAt TIKEKS' UNION, 638 Broadway.
JU.<T ARRIVED FROM SOUTHERN INDIANA?
A far lo.nl ot superiof Horses; all .ire young, Pound
and w< li.broken; unions tliem bit several i-uj erior Roadsters
tliMt promi-e preut meed; also superior family and
work llnrsei. They are uitoaethcr un e.rtrn flue set of
Horse*, rind will be cold at nrlvatc sale until Fridoy, July
10. wl.en u.l thai nre not msiHised of will le sold at auction
l y JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, UU, 112 und 114
Last Thirtei nlli street.
PONY PI1ARTOWS, IN OREAT VARIETY, AT VERY
lowest popular prices.?Light Bough s, Depot Wagons,
Park Phnet' ii , t'otipe Kockaways, Victorias, forge assortment;
lotfeernd hand Carriages.
MAM1 K At "I'D HERS' UNION, fSS Broadway.
PONV AND PHAETON WANTBD.-PONY 14k OR 18
hand)- litt-'li; kind, gentle, easily driven and alrold of
nothing; good phaeton with leather top preferred; the
advertiaer would like a stylish and complete turnout.
Addrc.**, v.lth lull particulars and lowest price, U. C., box
ft,ii40 Post office.
UECOND HAND BUUOIEH. ELBUANT DOO CART,
k5 (loupe Hock.iwny. liyht Coach, several Rockaways
iiiul u number . f Vi hides slightly shopworn, at bargains;
new and ?econd Imnd Harness, at MANUFACTURERS'
t'NIO.V, i>3M Broadway.
riuvo BEAUTIFUL IIIOH BRED RADDLE nORSES,
J Mnck Night and t)my Fanny, l.V< hand.-high, elvht
and nine yearn old; raised Ih \ ireiuin. and have never
b< < n used ' xeept by the present owner; both are superior
saddle Dor* s?the (iray Maro has h< eti ridden by a lady
onlv?nre very stylish und hudioine and warranted sound,
al private sale by
JOHNSTON A VAN TA8SEI.L,
lift, ttt, 114 East Thirteenth street, until Tuesday, July 2S,
when, it not disposed ol, will be sold by auction.
1 rpEA.MT~IIRAY HORHIOPTl5)<~Yl ANDS, OOOD WORKJ
cm; two large llorsis, tor cart or trurk ; boy Mare,
III hands; Dirt t art and Harness. 41 West Thirteenth
strict, near Ninth avenue.
TITANTED?A HORSE THAT CAN TROT IN 2;45 OR
V? 2:.\i Adlrci", giving >.Im>, age, color, warranted
speed and 11.in I> . lock i>o\ 2M, Wilkesburre, Pa.
U'ISIIINO TO REDUCE MY LAROE HTOf'K I WILL
sell Wagons, Rockaways, Ac., of my own inanufactnre,
as low n> $?*>. Livery stable men aud others please
i all. ISAAC Li>CKWO(ID, I27ih street and Third avenue.
rANTED TO PURCHA8B? LIGHT BAT MARE, 13
hands; not be over 7 years old; must be a stylish
arid pleasant driver, light build, wrnnd, and kind In all
ti'UiUft*. Apply nt privatestaMc 2W Kayuioud st., Brooki.'/"'.
? 1. __ i ?
I CiOOn ?DAJiK lHn*.' i"ilM?"??ORSE, SIX YEARS. 16
ipiu'L hands; fit Ibr coupe or express; warranted
! sound, kind, KCtitle ^r lud.v ; must be tola. 418 Eighth avenue,
corner Thlrfy-llrst sireet.
A?)Xn FOR HORSE, TRUCK AND HARNESS;
! brown mare. Iti hands. vears old ; senarute
or together; sold Tor want of use. Hudson street.
DRY GOODS.
AN ELEdANT ASSORTMENT OF IMPORTED ROUND
lint*. nt preatly reduced prices, can 1* found At
Mine. C'. DE LACV'S, htu)j Broadway, near Nineteenth
street.
Hair, hair, uair.-hiiawh patent iiair, equal
to human hair; can be comtMd and tirnahedt
Switch"'" dl, Ac.; Human Hair rhea|>?Kt In the market;
Mid Kwltclic*, one ynrd lonn, $3; French Twlw, $4;
Curls 9> and upward*; Ladled' own Hair made over, Mi
cent*. latest 4yles alwayN on hunrt. 3trt Bowery, opi>oslfe
Third, neur Oreat Jones, and S?? Sixth nveuue, M>
tureen Twenty-second And Tweutj third *tmts.
ERAI
MENT.
BVROPEAM STEAMSHIPS.
T>l MAN LINK. ...
1 For Qucenstown Ana l.tvorpooi. noyai nan nwauirra
ale aui oin ril to rail it* follow*:?
CrTY OK WASHINGTON ThurwUy, Jnly 18, 2 P. M.
CITY OK MONTREAL Katurday, July 20, 2 P. M.
CITY OK BRISTOL. Thursday. July 2?, 10 A. M.
CITY OK BRUS8EL8 Saturday, July 27, 11 A. M.
CITY OK NEW YOKK Thursday, August 1, 2 P. M.
CITY OK PARIS Saturday, August 8, 2 P. M.,
iiml each succeeding Saturday ami Thuraday, Ironi pier
43 North River.
Rates of postage.
Payable In Odd. Payable In Currency.
Kirst t'ubin $73 I Htecrut:e $30 ,
To London 80 To I^ondon JO
To 1'aris 90 I To 1'arin .. 38
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg,
Sweden, Norway and Denmark, at reduced rate*.
Tickets run bi tu.unlit here at moderate rated bv persons
wishing to send tor their triemls.
Through bill* lading glvea on shipments of goods to
Havre and Antwerp.
Drafts issued at lowest rates.
Kor further information apply at the Company'* ofllce.
JOHN (I DALE, Agent,
16 Broadway. N. V.
flCNARD LINE.
THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, CALLING
AT CORK lURUOR.
rnoM new tori. ruo* ifkw tork.
SCOTIA. Wednes'y, July 17 ALGERIA. .Sat'dav, July 20
JAVA.Wednesday, July 24 PARTHIA .Sot'day, July 27
CHINA.Wednesday, July 81 CALABRIA..Sat'day, Atig. S
RUSSIA. Wednesday, Aug. 7 ABYSSINIA. Sat'day. Aug. 10
CUBA Widnesday, Aug. 14 BATAVIA..Sat'day, Autj. 17
and every following Wednesday and Saturday Irotn New
YorK.
Rules of Passage >-Cnbin, $H0, $100 and $l?0, gold, according
to accommodation. Ticket} to l'uris, J In, cold, ,
additional. Return tickets on favorable terms. Steerage. ,
$30, currency.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool and Qucenstown, and ;
all jiart* ol Europe, at lowest rates. Through bill? of bid- I
lug given for Belfast, Glasgow, Havre, Antwerp and other '
Hurts nn the I 'on t > 111111 mill fur Meilitcrruiieilti Imrts. Kor
trcight A.n?l cabin passage apply at the Ooinpnny s office,
No. 4 Howling liroen ; tor steerage passage, At III Broadway,
Triuity Building. . . .
charles g. francki.vn, Agent
North german lloyd steamship company.
For Poutlianinton ami Hieinap.
The stcam.-lilp NEMESIS, Captain K. Von Emitter, will
vail mi Tuesday, July 10, at Z P. M., from Bremen pier,
fool ol' Third street, lloboken. Te be followed hy
Steamship BREMEN, Captain W. Ludewigs, on Saturday,
J uly 20.
Katc.-i of passage to London, Havre and Bremen,
payable In gold or iu equivalent iu currency
First cabin. $120.
Secoud cabin, ill.
Steerage. $30.
For freight or passage apply to
OELRIl'llS A CO., A/enH, No 2 Bowling Green. '
0'DONOVAN ROSSA.?WHITE STAR LINE.?FINEST |
and fastest steamers afloat. OCEANIC sails at 11 :
o'clock. July 27. Cnbln and sterriit'e prtf.nago tickets
and dralts, 2W Broadway, opposite City Hull.
QNLY DIRECT LIKE TO FHAM'i:.
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S
MAIL STEAMSHIPS, BETWEEN NEW YORK AND
II \\ RE. CALLING AT BREST.
The s| lend id vessel* on tliis favorite route for the Contlnent
will sail from pier hu North River, an follows:?
ST. LAl'RENT, liCiiiuiro Saturday, July87
WAHIIINC'I'ON, Roussau Saturday, Aug. 10
FKANCE, Darro ' Hnturduy, Aim. 24
VILLE DE l'AKIS, Suruiont Saturday, Sept 7
Pricc of passage in gold (including wine), to Brest or
Havre
First cabin. $125; second cabin, ?75.
Exottr.'ion tickets at reduced rates.
Thorto steamers do not carry steerage patfongor*.
Aineiiean tnnoilers j.oitig to or returning from tho
Crntlncntof Europe, by taking the steamers of this lin<\
avoid l.( tli tranvit l.y English railway and the discomforts
ot cioi-lni, the Channel, besides suning time, trouble uiid
expense.
GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent. 68 Broadway.
WHITE STAR LINE.
TT New York, Cork and Liverpool. New and ftlllpower<
d steamships, the laiuest iu the wcrld.
OCEANIC, BALTIC, MAJESTIC, ADRIATIC,
REl'UBUC, CELTIC. ATLANTIC,
o,w ions piiruvn, iiorw |)Owcr cucii.
Suilhin Iroin Nrv York on Hmurduyn, itom Liverpool
on Tim r winy?, culling at fork Harbor each way.
OCEANIC lillY 27, at 11 A. M.
REPUBLIC August J, at 4 P. M. I
ADRIATIC August 10, at 10 A. M.
BALTIC August 17.4 -.S0 P. M. ,
Prom the White Star dock, Pavonta Ferry, Jersey city.
rassongcr a< cowiuodnllou* for nil classta unrivalled,
combining ruk'ly, speoil ami comfort
Saloons, ; t iteiwiDS, smoking room and bathrooms in
midship fiction, where IcaM motion is felt Surgeonsaud
stewardesses accompany the nu amors.
Kate#?Saloon, in gold; steerage, $30 in cm reney.
Those wishing to semi tor friendl in the Old Country
can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $S3 currency.
Passengers booked to or from all parts ol America,
Paris Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia.
China. Ac.
Drullstrom ?1 upward.
Por informal ion apply at the company's office, 19 Broadway,
New York.
llills ol lading issued through to Contine ntal porta
J. II. SPAKKn, Agent.
ISMAY. IMR1K A CO., 19 Water street, Liverpool, und
No. 7 Masi India avenue, UidMliaU ItlWt, Lonyll.
TTNITED STATES MAIL LINE.?STEAM TO Qt'EENKL<
town and Liverpool.
Sailing Every Wednesday.
NEBRASKA, Guard Inly W, nt S P. M,
WYoMINO, whim-ray July 31, at3 P. M,
From Pier 4f> North Hivor.
Cabin pasfape, $N), gold; steerage, &*), currcncy.
Prepaid tickets, |3'l. currency.
Pasaengcrs booked to and Iroin Purls, Hamburg, Norway
at.d Swedcu, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, Eugland,
France and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to
W illiams a uri'ix, m Bioadway.
National line of steamships.
WEEKLY TO Qt'RKNSTOVVN AND LIVERPOOL
FORTNIUI1TLY TO AND FROM LONDON DIRECT.
To Qnoenrtown and Liverpool.
from Dior* 44 and i7 North River.
I ENGLAND Andrew* . Wtdncdav, July I7, at 1:30 P. M.
CANADA, Webster Saturday. .July an. at 4 P. M.
SPAIN, Grace Saturday. Julv 27. uUU:;il) A. M.
TO LONDON DlftECT.
ERIN, Lawson, Wednesday, July 17, at l 31 P. M.
DENMARK, Sumner, Wednesday, July 31. at 1 P. M.
Tallin passage $05 anil $75, currency.
Steerage $2p, currency.
Prepaid Steerage Ticket* from Liverpool, Qucenstowii,
Londonderry, Glasgow <ir London, $32, currency.
For further iuloi (nation apply at the Company's office,
W Broadway. V W. J. HURST, Manager.
REDl (HON IN PASSAGE KATES.
ANCHOR LINE
Express passenger steamers sail from New York every
Wednesday and Saturday.
Passenger* lmoked and forwarded to and from all railway
stations in Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, Norway,
Sweden or Denmark and America as sulely, ?| eedily, coinfertobly
and cheaply a? any other route or line.
T11E NEW DEPARTURES.
SATURDAY'S STKAMKU*. wrnxFSDAV's stkimkrs.
COLUMBIA July 20 ASSYRIA July 24
EUROl'A July iff OLYMI'lA July 31
ANGLIA August 3 CALEDONIA August 7
INDIA Augustll) TRINACRIA August 14
CALIFORNIA.....Aupunt 17 IOWA August 21
AUSTRALIA August 24 BRITANNIA Auguft2$
At noon Item pier 20 North River, New Yora Currency
rates of passage to London, Liverpool, Glasgow or Perry,
by Wednesday's steamer*, SCO; by Saturday's steamers,
$f>5 ami $75: excursion tickets, $12"; Intermediate, $S3;
sti cragc, $2-<. Certificates at lowest rates can be bought
hcic by those wkhiu;; to send for their friends.
Apply at the company 's offices, to
HENDERSON BROTHERS,
No. 7 Bowling Green.
THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
Iron inuil steamship
VANDALTA,
Captain N. C. Frnnzen, will sail on Thursday, Julyl 8,1372,
at 2 P. M., for Hamburg,
taking passeng( r* from New Vork to Plymouth, Loudon,
Cherbourg and Hamburg.
First Cabfn, $120. Second Cabin, f72.
Steerage, $30, payable in United Stutes gold,
KUNHARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAS,
General Agents, General Passenger Agents,
81 Broad street, N Y. 61 Broadway, N7t.
The WESTPHALIA will sail July 23.
TO LONDON Dili KIT.
suaimh'p ERIN, Wednesday. July 17.
TO gUEKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
Steamship ENGLAND, Wednesday, JulvlT.
Cabins. $8(1 and $75. Steerage, $2h, currency.
Apply to KIDER A CORTES, 73 Broadway, corner of
Rector street
COASTWISE NV EAMMHIPA.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO
California. Japan and China,
via Panama,
carrylncr malls, passenger* and freight to
Kingston. Jamaica; Bautn Martha and Grey town,
and Pa< IQc coast of Mexico, Central
America, Peru and Chile.
Steamers leave 14th and 3(!th each month, except when
those days fall i n Sunday, then the dav previous.
July 30-Steamer HENRY CIlAUNfcEY, Captain A. ?
Gray. will leave Pier No. 42 North Til 'cr, at 12 o'clock
nnnfi. for Afttiitiw.'ill. C4 nurrtin*/ ut I'miimui with 4fcimfr '
SACRAMENTO, Captain , toufliur; at Acnpulco,
Man/anillo, Munition and Cape PI. I.m a^, and also connecting
for all Central American ond Hontli Farifln port*.
Departure ol' IMIi each month connect* with Panama
Rrulroad Company's hi. huh r torn liin? at pan Henito,
Tonal a, Siilina Cruz and i'ort Aimel. Freight for all way
porta received until 4 1' M. of .'uly 27.
Hteamer AMERICA will leave Ran Kranrlnco AugnHl,
IH72, t?r Japan and China. Kor rates of pa?sago, (right
and nil further information apply nt Company')* officii on
the pier foe* of Canal street.
, F R BABY. Agent
(^TKAM TO MELBOURNE
Thf mdewheel ntf-amship DAKOTA will f e despatched,
via Capetown, to Mellourne, uion Auxust Id, taking
Oral, Mcond and third cla** wwfengers and freight.
Rates ol passage, payable In gold
T>> V. ll niirnn To CanntAwn
Ft rut clam t'M $*?
Second clam 2U' 175
Third t law 84 75
I'AfM'iifren will he forwarded t.j Sydney, N. 8. W.
For ircifcht or paaeose apply tir
. ^ - W. If. WEBB,
/r~ *1 M Exchange place.
STEAM TO CAPETOWN AND MELBOURNE.
The sldewheel (tcam>hiu DAKOTA, will bo <11*patehed
via Capetown to Melbourne upon Au?iih( 10. tuklog
(lr?t, K-cnnii and third class pamcngcn nud (height.
Kat*? of pa??age payable In gold, ...
To Melbourne. .. _ . -'To rape town.
PI rot dan* |m *m
Second < la-n tfO 179
Third clasfl. 85 7#
Pawenper* and rr< laht can tic forwarded to Sydney,
N. H. W. i Adelaide, 8. A., ami theTa*tn:iniui) port*
For freight or paiaate ai ply to
W H. WEBB,
M Kxrhantte Ware.
TTNITKD STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP
IJ Company.
The elcpant nerew xtcamMilp MERRIMACK, 2,000ton*
burden. Captain W Weir, will ?ail for St. Thcmai?, Para,
Pernauihuco. Kahla and Rio Janeiro, on Tuesday, July 23,
t S o'clock P. M.. froiu pier 43 Korth Kirer.
For ireight or '^<WrISON. Agent,
' No. 5 Bowling Urtctb
iD. 1
PRICE FOUR CENTS. 1
'
coastwise steamships.
T JN1TED 8TATEH MAIL TO HAVANA.
I' Atlunik Mail Sttuin>>hip Company,
wiling regulurly every Ttwmlav, at S o'clock P. M. pr?.
Ir01" P'<T Mo t North KiV< T.
oi'tain J. H. July 18
?&o u% ,.^Ji'.V Ui,au> ?'?pf?ln T. a. i'urti< .laly 2J
CASTLE, i>nptuiii T. II. Morton August 1
/or freight or pus?u.je apply to
A. W. DIMOOK, PrcR.iflrnt,
_ No. ft DoWUiik Ur?en.
mRXAHMNR OF (lALVHSTflN RTRAMKRA?TOUOft.
1 ing ut Key Wert, carrying the Unlteu Suu* mall.
The At Htcainidup UEoItUF. W. CLYDE, Captain Cote*
atpirr 20 Eart River, will leave ou Saturday, July 2).
Through I.ills of ladinu given t>i Houston and all ;>otnta
on the (lalveston, Houston and ll nder3 ,n and B. B. B.
and C. K nil road. <
For freight or poasaae apply to
C. II. MALLoftY A CO , 161 Maiden
DIRECT LINE TO HAVANA.
HAVANA, PBOORESO AND VERA CRC2.
New York and Mexican Mall Stcnmahip Line, leaving
pier 17 E/int River, at 8 P. M., direct to Huvana. _
CITY OK HAVANA, Deaken. Saturday, July Jf
CITY OP MEBIDA, Tiuimcntian Satur luy, Aug. W
For freight or pawace apply to
_ ALEX ANDRE A SONS, S3 Broadway.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
MERCHANTS' HTKAJISHIP LIVE,
trom Dler No. 3 North River, at 3 o'clock P. M.
SHERMAN,
on Bntur.iay, July 20.
Freight received dally. Througn rate* given for 8*.
Louis, VlctHburg, Mobile, Galveston and indianola.
Hot Iroght or iiaffiiifc, linvlnirrapertor accommodations,
apply to FREOKRFc BAKER, 3!) Broadway.
U?OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT..
i1 The Cromwell Steamship Mne.
Tim Kteanwhlp OEORdE CROMWELL, Captain H. L
Clapp, will leave pier No. tf North River on Saturday,
July m, at S o'clock P. M. Freight received daily.
Through rate* given to Oalveston, Indiunola, Mobile ana
St Loula. Cubln parage, tflO; steerage. SW3.
I'or freight or pannage apply to
II. H. CROMWELL A CO., 80 Went street.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
Southern Mne.
The steamship CITY OK HOUSTON,
Contain Deoritig,
will leave pier 21 East ltlver.> Wednesday, July 24.
Freight for St. Louis, Mobile and Galveston taken.
Insurance guaranteed.
For freight or passage, having superior accommoda*
tlons, apply to
_ C- H- MAI'toRY A CO., 1M Maiden lane.
TflORMOBILE, ALA. ; KERNANIMNA, JACKSONVILLE.
I~ Tallahassee. Tampa and St. Angii'tlno, Fla., and all
points on the H.irldu uud Jacksonville, Pcnsacola ana
Mobile railroads. ,
Steamship ASHLAND
will null Satin day, July at 3 P. M., from pier 29 North
mvor.
Insurance to Pernanfllno, K per cent.
For frclvthtor apply to JAM Ed IIAN'D, 119 Wall
street.
IjV)R NORFOLK, CITY POINT ANO RICHMOND.?
The Old Domin'on htenm-hip Company win ! -<patclt'
from pier SI North River their < U ; ant rdauwhtel steamship
ISAAC HELL, Eiakctnan, commander. lor Norfolk,
City Point an 1 Richmond, Thursday, July IK, at 8 I*. M..>
giving tliromrli tills i t' lading to till points !-'or.th and
southwest. Through pashemrtr tlckiits I^biic 1 to all point*.;
Aecompiodalim' unequalled. Apply at pier 37. or at the
general otllee, l " (ireeawicli street, corn, r l>e.v street. '
The steamer phrtt, for lewk*. del., com.
nectiuu with Junction an1 Breakwater Railroad.'
will leaw< Vcsey strict pier Mondays, Wt dnewlays and'
Fridays, at 5 P. M. For ireight and pa satfe aptly on
lion rd.
TUAViiLIiURS' GUI DR. ~*|
Albany and troy by day line boats a vibBaRD
an.I daniel drew, commencing May 27.?
I A'nvo Vctry street pier at d a3 A. M. und Tlilrty-fonrMfc
street at " :4a, landing at Yonkcrs, Tarrytown and Nyaok.
(I>y ferryboat), PuiMlikccpsic, Rhiuebotk, Tlvull, CauklU
and IIik.miii.
Trip ticket" to Oozzcns', Wont Point, Cornwall and Nawbnrg,
retiirtnn^ name day, 81.
Connecting lor nil jtotiit- Wert and North.
Special Trains to Saratoga an ! Sharon sa ne evening. ^
Afternoon boat for ne^'buro, pouuukeeppie,
Rondout, Kingston, Ciizcnj', West Point, Cornwall,
New Hamburg, Milton onlllvdc Park. Tho MARY
VOW ELL, from Vestry at., pier 39,every afternoon at 3:30..
/ IITIZENS' EVENING LINE STEAMERS FOR ALv
tinny und Troy : lar<' .r>" feats.' Stonmcr3 Sl'NNYSIDE
and THOMAS POWELL !c-ive pier ?i Nortli River,
foot North Moore street, daily, Saturdays ex<".'pteri, at#
P. M , makiiu sure connections itli all trains poiua
North, East and West. Ticket* sold and bagiroze checked
to all point* on lieus-s^Uer and Saratoga and Troy a ill
Boston Railroad*. __
/ iats'.'!IiL LTNE.?THE ELEfJAKT "i i \'.lEE NEW
" i CHAMI'ON, Cole* eom?iint)'l"r, leavw Franklin street
Monday, Wetlnewluy and Friday, at ti o'cloeK 1' M.makin?
the usual landings. ' Hit consort. the ANDRRW
HARDEN, Kuiclicrbacko commander, leaves opposite
days at 6 o'clock. ___
Fail river link for bostos.via Newport.?
The steamer* BRISTOL and PROVIDKNCR, from
pier W North Kivor. foot of Murray street, dally (Sundays
Included), nt 5 :15 P. M. Tlrken v.Id to lirtncip \l point* In
New Kn.-liin-t, tha White Mountain* and Provinces.
Hall's Band t n<anud lor the sea?on.
A. P. BACON, Superintendentrt70r
stamford and oreenwjch.-thk steam.
r boat NKIAiY WlilTK leaves dally from pier 37 Ea?t
IUt* i". at 3 JO. and Toot of Tliirly-lblrd street at 3:481'. M. i
leaves Htamfurd at7 A. M.
T.10R NORWALK AND DANBT'RY.?THE NEW
r steamer AMKKJCUS leaves daily, tool ol' Market
street, Z:15, and Thirty-third street at 3 P. M., connecting
with the Dan bury Railroad.
For pouohkkepsie and newburo.?tiik
steamer NKVKRSINK leaves everv afternoon at I
o'clock, from plor Kti, foot of North Jfoore street, for
Pouglikcepsle and Intermediate landings. I'are Si) cents.
OLD ESTABLISHED ALBANY AND TROY LINE OF1
steamers, Inndlnp at Cutskill, from plor U North
River, foot of Spring street, dally, Saturdays excepted.
Fare, ftil cents; hall staterooms, 75cents. I'are to ('atskilL
lOcen's. Steamers vanderbilt und connecticut;
connecting with railroads to all stations West and North,
I! will leave as above nt 6 P. M. Freight at reduced rates.
pennsylvania railroad. """
JT U. R. R. of New Jersey Division.
For Tape May.
A fart express train, with through cars attached, learntl
depot foot of Desbrossos or Cortlandt street. New York,
dully, oxcent Sunday, at 12 ^0 1*. M., arriving ut Cnue May /
at fl "37 P. M.
Returning, leaves Cape May at 7 JO A. M. and arrive* at
New York at U :U P. M. i
Regular tickets to Capo Mav $3
Excursion tickets for the round trip 8
Ticket* for sale in New York at
< 3J6 Broadway, Depot foot Desbrosse* street,
?43 Broadway, Depot foot ol Cortlandt street,
No. 1 Astor llonse.
r. W. .JACKSON, Oencral Bnperintendcnt
D M Bovo, Jr., Oeneral Pasaencer Ag<nt.
t 11'VfMKH A RRiMORURNT.
HAKLEM AND NEW YORK NAVIGATION CO.
Comntencing Jnlv 1.I87i.
Steamer* SYLVAN (1KOVE, SYLVAN STREAM, SYLVAJf
GLEN and SYLVAN DULL,
Landing at Harlem, I2ut!i street, lihnb street, Aatorla,
Eleventh street anil Peck nllp.
Way?Lanling at I2tub street, 109th street, Astoria and
Eleventli street?Leave Harlem?<6, 7, 8, 9,10 and 11 A.
M.; 2, 3, 4, 8, 0 anil 7 :13 P. M.
Expres*?Landing nt 120th street ao I Pock slip onlyLeave
Harlem?6:30. 7 8 -10,'J :3d and 10:30 A. M., 12 JO,
1 26, 2:30, 3:30, 4 :T0 and 5 :30 P. M.
way?Landing at Eleventh rtreet, Astoria, 100th street,
120th ntrcet anil 190th street?Leave Peck slip?C :15, 7, 8,
V ami 10 A. M.; 12 M.; I, 3, 4, 9, 6:1A ami 7 1'. M.
Express?Landing at 120th street and l.'?Kh street,Harlem
-Leiive Peck sllr-7:*", 8:*), 10:30 and II :30 A. M.;
1:30, 2:30 it :30, 4 :?J, ft 30 rind tl 3? P. M
The 0 A. M. boat from Harlem, and the 6:15 P. M. from
Peck slip, do not land at 109th street.
Kreight received irom 7 A. M. nntll # P. M.
Hcliools and picnics taken on reuvmnble terms.
HPNDAY AHRAMwKMKNT.
Boat* leave Harlem at H M A M., and hourly and halfhourly
thereafter during the (luv, landing at Astoria and
Eleventh street each trip. Li?st boat leaves Harlem at
7:30 P. M.. and l'<rk slip at 8:15 P. M. .
This is the only line connecting with the regular line or
boats for High Bridge. . ..?
Passengers by this line of boats can visit the Government
Works at Hell ?*ate, Schneider's and SchutaerJ
Parks at Astoria, Christ Park and Karl'* Park at North
New York, and High ?rld?i. . . ? . ? a ,
J. K. TALLMAN, Superintendent
CTEAMEB8 if( tfUllRANIA AND IJ A RLE M, FO R~M olf
kl rlsiiiilu, Ilarli'tn, Astoria tand Yorkville via 92.1 street
ferry). Leave PuPon Markd flip at 7:I6, 8:15, 9.15,10 :M
A. M., 1:15 P. m., landing at 8th street; 3.15. 4:15 P.M..
landing at 33d street; ft :I6, (1:20, lauding at Kth street, aud
7:16 i' M? except Saturdays. Ix-ave Morrisania atfl:06.
7.10.8:15 A. M.. landing at (?Ui street,9:15, 10:15 A. m.. 1 m
P M., landing at 33d street; 2:45, 4:15, 5:15, 6:15 P. M.t
laiidltu at nil ?treet. N:in lay boats every hoar from 9 A.
m. to 71*. M , landing within three mlnuW walk of uift
U. H. submarine excuvation under the East River, at Hell
Oate, Astoria, Each trio connects, without delay, with
steamer Catlln at Morrisania for McComb's Dam. Mouutaln
House and Kyle's picnic grounds at High Bridge.
STONIN(JT"N LINK? VoR BOSTON?" PROVIDRNCK
and all iiarts of New England?The splendid
steamers STtlNINtlTON and NARRAOANS13TT,
fYom Pier 33, N. R., dally, at 5 P. M. Tickets sold
and staterooms secured at 319 Broadway, and Wescott
Express Co's offices, 7V> Hrnadwav, c>rti"r Tenth street,
and 1,302 Broadway, corner Thirty-tilth street
D. 8. BABCOCK. President
y at htm, steamboats, ac.
J?OH SALE?STEAMSHIPS, STEAMBOATS, STEAM
" X?eht? aud tt"am Tugs by FREDERICK C.
CHMFdT, No. 1 floulti William stroqt
FOR 8 ALE?A SIN0LE-9CULL SHELL BOAT. TW??
months old. In flue conditioo. For particular* ad
drew w r k.. box w rout oince.
FjioR SALE?A CRNTREUOARD HI'HOONKR; OAR.
1 rle? l.!ft ton* coal on seven fort draught , In good order
ami ri'ailv lor business. Addres* 0. (X, Hcrtud Brauch
ofllee, corner Kulton and Boerom streets, Brooklyn.
TUO BOAT H)H SALE.-A LABOE AND POWBRPUU
Boat, with 22x24 In cylinder, Dow boiler; machinery
In itood order, and now working In New York harbor;
al?o llnht draught Boat, 1.1x13 in. cylinder; ftrstclass in
every re si cct. Ani,ly to TUOMAd LAVVaON, root Weat
^' v^tkftrectt.Nc^V^to^^^v^ __
riiwo 3 oaii^p OVT po&Ms, two 4-oared oct1
rw. o'ri. and flity other kind* of Row Boata, at 86* and
373 South ?tr?ct JTrBPRBX ROilERT^.
utanteS-a sail boat, 'is to ? >?et lono.
If Moop or cat ringed, in tir?t rata order. AddresaW,
;.k,H,ral.)omc^,.A.^ J ,
WANTED-A HINULE Ht'.l'LL SHELL OR WORKING
Boat; al?> four-oarod Shell. Add reus, ?tatin? aga,
wi l?ht, builder and prlco of the boat, F. L. J., box 2,790
Tout olilce.
7 X BOW BOATS OP ALL KINDS AND SUBS: ALSO
1 ? a small lluht draught Steamboat, 32 feet long:, 9 foot
Ociitn; price >7JU. Alfa a lever power side wheel Bo.it, 31
root; will carry 75 passon#er?: price ?W; at Ilarlein
shop, loot 114th street, llarlcm Kfv. r
STEPHEN ROBERTS.
^ NEW FI B L.IC ATIOS __
flAXZAM'S AMERICAN AND ENOLIHH BANKRUPT\T
ey I?i?est, volutur 2, )u?t out. 1'or ?ul? by J. H.
McDIVITT, 81 Nassau *tr?ci
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