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DIRECTORY FOft ADVFHI1bEB8,
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AMOHEMBKTB?Sbcond Pahb? Klfth and ?l*ih eolamn*
AHTROI^iUI^-Skvicnth Paok?Si\(li column.
B1M lARltH?Bkoo.no 1'ark?fifth column.
BCARDKK8 WANTED? Hkcomu I'ai.K-Kirnt column.
&OARD AND LODUINU WANTED?*)kcoi?D Fauk-FIWI
column.
BROOKLYN BOARD?Srcohd Paoe?First column.
BROOKLYN HEAL EHTATK KOll HALE-Srco.NU Pace?
Third column.
BU81NKHS OPPORTUNITIES?Kimt pac*-Pourth column,
BUBINKKfl NOTICES?KirrH Pa<ik?Pixth column.
VI I I KJIAI. ABlAlfe run nALii?DEVUHU I*?t-?uuu
column.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?Sbventb Pag*?Second and
third columns.
CLOTHING?Seventh Pace?Sixth column.
COACIIMEN AND GARDENERS?Seventh PAOIt?Third
column. _ ? ,,, .. ,
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?First Pace?Sixth column.
COPARTNERSHIPS? First Pack? Fourth column.
COUNTRY BOAKD?Second Pack? First and second
columns. ? ?liv. ,
DENTISTRY?Second Pace?Fifth column.
DRY GOODS? First Pace? Fi urih column.
DWELLINU HOUSES TO LET, FUK.NklSHED AND UNFURNISHED?Second
Pack?Suroad column.
EUROPEAN STKAMSH IPS?First Pag*?Fifth column.
HXCHANO'-'?Sevknth Pace?Sixth cnluinn.
BXCUKHIONS?First Pack?Fourth co'uuiu.
FINANCIAL? Ninth Paon?Fifth column.
FOR SALE?Seventh Pauk?Filth and sixth columns.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Pack?Second ami third columns.
FURNITURE?First Pace?Fourth column.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Seventh Pag*? Fourth
column.
1iei.p WANTED?FEMALES?Sbvbntb Pao??Second
column.
HELP WANTED?MALES?Seventh Page?Third and
fourth columns.
HORSKS, CARRIAGES, AO.?First Pagb?Scoond, third
and fourth columns.
HOTELS?Second Pace?First column.
HOUSES, ROOM-, 40., WANTED?SECOND PAGE-Filth
column.
INSTRUCTION?Second Paoe?Fourth column.
LOAN OFFICES?Seventh Pace?Sixth column.
I.OST AND FOUND?First Pack?First column.
MACHINERY?Seventh Pace?Sixth column.
MARHLK MANTELS?Second Page?Filth column,
MATRIMONIAL?Second Pace?Sixth column,
MEDICAL?skvtnvu Pace?Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?TENTH PACESixth
ci luuin.
MISCELLANEOUS?Second Pace?Fourtn column.
MUSICAL -Siti'own Pack?Fourth column.
PRIISONaIj?Firm Piuit? First Columft.' \
PIANOFORTES?Second Page?Fourih column.
POLITICAL?First Pace?Sixth cMinn.
PROPOSALS?Second Pao??Fourth column.
PROPERTY OUT Ojf T'.lK CITY FOR SALE OR TO
f RKNT?Sucl^nu Pace?Thiril column.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCUANGE-Sbcond PAOK-Third
and fourth columns.
REAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Pace?Fourth column.
REWARDS-Fiust PAck?First and second columns.
SALES AT AUCTION?Shvknth 1'auk?Fourth aud fifth
SITUATIONS* WANTED?FEMALES?skvfkth Pagk?
First uml second columns. ?
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Skvkkth Pack?Second
column. _ . ,
SPECIAL NOTICES? First Pack?Second column.
8PORTINH?DOOS, Hi It US, AO,?Kiksi Pack?Second
column.
SUMMER RESORTS ?B*cowi? Pack?Second column.
TI1K TRADES?Sevkntii Paok?Fourth column.
THE Tl'MF?Firht Pack?Second column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Sscoitd Pack?
Second column.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?First Pack?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
?ki'omd Pack?Third coluuiu.
WANTED TO PURCHASE-Fihst Pace?Sixth column.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE
OR TO LET?Sitconn Pack?Third column.
Y AO I1TP, STEAM BOATS, AC.?First Pack?Sixth colnmn.
HERALD BIIANCH OFFICE?UPTOWN
A DVERT1SEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE,
1,268 BROADWAY,
WEPT ("IDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY
SECOND STREETS.
advertisements are received from 8 a. m.
till ?p. m. on week days (sundays 2 till 9
P. m.), at office rater no extra charge of
alfy kind.
PEHSOIVAL.
(1UBTAV KORHLER?GIVE US INFORMATION OF
T your whereabouts. We are in (ear of jour safety.
Return Immediately to your anxious relatives Emil.
Whoever can give any Information of Gustav Koehlcr will
lie well rewarded at 139 West Fortieth street.
GEORGE BLAKELEY-LETTER IN POST OFFICE
tor you, from Annie. who Is ill.
thirty-fifth street.
Harry holton may hear of emma by addressing
to-day EMMA, box 126 Herald oftlce.
!Er<lPT^?I'LL STRIVE WITH YOU IN YOUR "GOOD
L resolutions," lor I'll always do as you bid: but, oh I
w hard it will be. I go alone on Saturday. MEKCY.
INFORMATION WANTED?OF NABY FINAN. WAS IN
JL New York abont two years ago. Address to her
nephew, THOMAS McGUINEtSS, No. 61 Baxter street
IN THE MONTH OF MAY LAST ONE GEORGE W.
Honron, an iumate of the Almshouse oa Blackwell's
Island, left the same to return in a few days, where he
had been confined as a lunatic for 10 years past, to which
place he has not returned. Any information ot his whereabout*
will confer a favor on his relations by informing
JOHN 11. BEDELLE, at his hat store, 22? Greenwich
street GEO. KELLOCK, Superintendent out-door poor,
corner Third avenue and Eleventh street.
IF THE GENTLEMAN WHO SENT THE NOTE
signed "An Old Acquaintance" to 20 East Thirteenth
street will look In (ho Directory ho will find the present
addrcn of Miss Frauces.
IF I. J. Al.LSON IS IN THE ClfY HE WILL CONfer
a favor by sending his address to B., box 19ct Herald
ofllcc, immediately. _
IF THE TWO YOUNG LADIES WHO TOOK CREAM
at Bigot's, about 6 o'clock, Wednesday. desire acquaintance
of two gentlemen whom they nollcod there, pleaeo
address G. E. FOX, box 4,28(1 Post olHce.
MISSING.?LEFT HIS HOME IN NEWARK, N. J., ON
1V1 Saturday last. July IS, a young man named Richard
Carroll-, he is about 2fl years of age. has one hand smaller
limn the other, and Is hard of hearing; light complexion.
foatee on chin, and is about 6 feet 7 inches ill height; lie.
h stoutly built. Any Information ol hie whereubouts will
lie ltiu 11Kfully received by JAMES NUGENT, 14 uud lli
Chnrcli street, Newark, N. J.
MR., 29.?WHERE AND WHEN? OUTSIDE PRE.
lcrrred. WAKKIOR LONG BRANCH,
Herald office, New York.
"YJATHILDA?COME TO DAY, AT ll)>, O'CLOCK.
OA DIE.
0 GEORGE.
OISTFR?AM HORRY I W AS AWAY. TO DAY AT
O same lime and place. BROTHER.
WILL MRS. M. E. W., 1,238 THIRD AVENUE, WHO
tt left New York gome weeks ago, please send litr addreno
to OLD SPORT, 1,23a Brondwuy t
(]>1|| (WjA TO BE GIVEN AWAY.-IF THIS
tpiU.WUU should meet the eye of any members ot
tie Rock lamilv, Tornierly residents of Drogheda, Ire
land, they will jdeaso address Mr. ARTHUR ROCK, box
i IIB Post i fflce, Valparaiso, Chile.
Lost and pound,
IoST?ON SATURDAY LAST, IN BROADWAY Oi
j near the Poat oitice, a protested note and account*.
Hy returning the same to RICHARD STACK Pool,K, HI
N'avati street, New York, the Under will be liberally rewarded.
Lost?a small light red cow short horns,
white face, one horn tipped with brtus A liberal
reward If the saino is returned to CHARLES DKVLiN.
911 East Kitty-seventh street.
LOST-TUESDAY EVENINO. NEAR BROADWAY
and Tenth street, a Oold Pin (reprcentinif a skull
and erossbomw). The Under will be liberally rewarded
'J' applying to T. H. DEPAU, steamship office, 1N7 Ureen
wli h street.
T OST-AN ITALIAN GREYHOUND SLUT: HER
lj color in n lilie aud answering to the name of Lelali.
a liberal reward will be kIvuii by returning it to SCO Sixth
vi niie, in cigar store.
11 ist?AT lono branch, in BATH HO USB. JULY
j 4, a stem-winding Gold Watch, i. k. on outetde; aim
Foekctlxiok. a liberal reward will ho given lor a return oi
the watch anil letters. Address room 87, French's Hotel.
Lost?on july 17 inst in the car no. 37 of
Hie Tenth avenue, from Twenty-second street down
to Washington Market, a Poeketbook, with the name ol
the owner inside. l. cantel, lm Ninth avenue. a liberal
reward to any one who will bring It back to the
above address.
.1 t ost or stolen?certificate no. si for 44s
ij shares stock of Central Coal Company of Pennsylvania.
All iier?ons interested are railed upon to show i-ause
why a new certificate should not be issued. Address t'.
hunyon, otTlee Spring Mountain Coal Company, Trinity
j Buildings, New York City.
Iost or stolen?on the 14Tn ok jl'ne last
J between ('ariuansvllle and Manhattanville, a Hunt
lug ca*e sll\er Watch, Johnson a Sons, makers, Livei
?iool. No. 8,511. a suitable reward will be paid for the r?
urn of the same to m j. earley, No. 8 Dey street. No
questions asked. Pawnbrokers anil others please stop.
bbward?.
?ft/t reward.?lost, a 14 foot row boat, paintiVt)
ell whitei two sets of row-locks; branded n. 1).
4 atlock, Fort i?ee, n. j.
Sr reward.?lost, from 12fl east sixteenth
it street, a Kkye Terrier; clipped body; of a srav atnl
black color. It returned will recclve the above reward.
ala reward.-lost, on wednesday, july 17
2ft I 1 I . ....all llali.it, Mint - . I.XI..J
collar. with locket; is of a vellowlih (tray color, and an worn
to (he name of Llllie. The above reward will he
I'a id for her r1>iurn lo N. SohBBEI.ER, HVi Second avenue.
RRWARD.-L08T, ON JULY S, A GOLD HINTIiir
cn*e Watch, No. 7.77S, an Enflt?b lever. The
bo\e reward will be paid to any one returning the *aine
toil. L. KhEDKK, c Hfitlcton Corner*, 8. I., or to WM,
V f MPLE, 09 Liberty street.
4>?)k reward-lout, on Wednesday, in the
upper part of the city, a Solitaire Diamond Earring,
?ct w Ttie flnder, by returning the
am. |o W. Jt. VI-.rmilyk, Jr., at the utllce of VermlTye t
fVi.,)(tnd If >a*pau Mreet, will recclvp the above re?
> muiu uiiil Uiv tU^uk# pf the owner*
E NE
_rt
^
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^ 4rwards.
Ukited statjw detective agency,
s9 Nmshsu
aii ui;i?-v4'b nanuii'M uuucrwaru kiui w*.irv,j reuu uv
patch iQUtc United States, Canadasand Europe.
SPECIAL. NOTHKS.
At a meeting op the marble manufacturers
Association of New York and vicinity, rnpi*-seiitmiz
106 manufacturers, held July 17, the followiug
preamble and resolution were unanimously adopted
Whereas a number of our workmen are deterred fVom
resuming work under the ten hour system from fears
of personal violence at the bands of the striker*; therefore,
be it
Resolved, That any workman now or hereafter In our
employment who shall. bv reason of his workuiK ten
hour* a? a day's work, receive such Injuries ut the bands
ol the sli Ikeri as to disable him troin working, shall, during
the time he 1h so disabled, receive from tills association
the same amount of money as he would have received
as wages had he been at work; and In case bin
Injuries should lie of such a nature us to provo fatal, fhcn
this association will protect and provide for his family,
and will use all possible mean* to procure the arrest,
conviction and punishment of the assailant*.
A -A.-PERSONS WHO A HE INSURED IN OOOD
life Insurance companies and who do not desire to
surrender their policies by un absolute sale, can borrow
the surrender value of their policlos by applying at?7 Liberty
street. Advances made on other securities.
A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OK ROYAL HAVANA
. and Kentucky State Lotteries always on (lie. J.
CLUTB, Broker, SM Broadway, 1W Fulton street, No. 2
Park row; Post office bo*
ALL OFFICERS, SOLDIERS AND SAILORS RUPtured,
wounded or injured, however slliihtly, arc
entitled to a pension. Apply to Dr. E. H. JACKSON, laW
Surgeon United States Navy, No. 4 New Chambers street
ALL SOLDIERS WOUNDED, RUPTURED OR INlured
however sllvhtly, are entitled to a pension.
Apply to Dr. E. B. JACKSON, lute Burton United States
V, V., illAwCli,ii.>l.<.n.n.M
.-v. ? ..v.. v..w...m.o
Ai-hoyal Havana lottery, pricks reduced.
J. B. MARTINEZ a CO., Wankers,
10 Wall street, box 4,680 Pout ofiler, New York.
A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS.
. kentucky state lotteries.
kntucky? extra class ko. 439?july 18, 1872.
2, 81, 28, 89, 40, 7, 48. 10, 83, 6, 23, 17.
HKNTVCRY?CLASS no. 440?JUl.* 18, 1873.
?, 83, IS, 27. Ifi, 47, 21, ??, 63, 80. 30, 68,
fAUCCAIl?extra CI.A8S ho. 339?JULY 1ft, 1S<2.
0ft, 8. 89, 29, 22, 61. S3, 60, 60. 68. 21, &
rADUOAil? CLAW KO. 340?Jt'LY 18, 1871
80, 17, M. 64. 63. 49. 43, 38, 71, 74 81, 78.
SIMMONS k CO., Managers, Covington, Kj.
Address J. CLUT14, Broker, 206 Broadway ; font office
box 4,969.
First lager beer bottlinu estblishment,
241 Broadway, 241.
Imported Bavarian Beer, per dozen $2 80
Vienna Peer, per dozen 2 80
Also Milwaukee Beer, per dozen 1 80
Cincinnati Beer, pw dozen 1 25
New York Beer, per dozen 1 00
For family use and shippiug. Delivered free In the oily.
A liberal discount allowed to hotels, club house*, 4c.
HOLLENDER A CO.,
241 Broadway, opposite City Hall, Ne w York.
"\TOTICE.?ALL OR ANY POWER OF ATTORNEY
ll lield by any one for me is this date revoke d.
CHAR R. PETERS.
San Francisco, Cal., July 8,1873.
OFFICE OF THE MANHATTAN MARKET COMPANY,
340 and 348 Broadway.
New York, June 18, 1872.
Notice?The constant application for STANDS in the
MANHATTAN MARKET, Thirty-fourth street, North
River, has Induced the company to open their books nclore
the completion of the building. Conseouently, on
and after MONDAY, JULY 1, stand* will be LEASED for
the term of five years, the occupants to have privilege
and preference on renewal of lease at the end of the term.
Leases will date from August 1,-when it is expected the
building will bo ready lor occupation. Plans of the
BUILDING AND STANDS, with prices affixed, can be
examined at the office of the company.
PAUL f. ARMOUR, President.
OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF KENTUCKY STATE
Lotteries.?cxtra class no. 439?jcly 18, 1872.
2, 31, 28, 6!\ 40, 7, 48, 16, 33, 0, 23, 17.
Class NO. 410?JULY 18, 1872. _
69, 65, 29, Z7, 10, 47, 21. DO. (>.1, no. !M1, (SN.
josepfr B^TES, Broker,
190 Broadway, room 4. Branch office 447 Broome street.
Havana drawings on flip.
Havana Lottery?Klve first numbers received far .July
13 by JQ8KPI1 BATES.
Royal saxon oov i royal Havana lotteernment
Lottery at Ixiip- J ry; drawings on file,
sic. (icrmany; 95,000 tickets, (
47,MX) prize*. I Post office box, (fWO.
THEODOR Z8CHOOH, 116 Nassal street.
TO HYDRAULIC ENGINEERS.?THE COMMISSIONers
of Water Works for the city of Toronto, will receive
applications, with testimonials, tor the office of Engineer
to the Commission, until Saturday the 27th Instant;
such applications to be addressed to the undersigned,
O. L. WORTH INOTON,
Chairman, Water Works Commission
dfcKTQ IS DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEOALJJpO
I O.OOO lent Kentucky State Lottery; $100,000
gold wasdrawn in Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba July
Address BALKY A CO. (office established 30 years), 174
Broadway.
SP0HTn?-l)00?, BIRDS, dtC.
WANTED-TO BUY ONE YOUNO MALTESE KITten.
Address M. T. L., ITers'd office.
~ TUB rURF.
Sweepstakes?$4110, mile heats, best 3 in ft, In harness.
B. Dan'e.s' w. g. while Fawn.
John Murphv'8 br. g. J. II. Coleman.
W. K. Weeks' bl*. jr. Eight Hell*.
w. II. VAN COTT, Superintendent.
HALL'S DRIVING PARK, FRIDAY. JULY 19. 4 P. M Matcli
$401), mile heats, best 3 In 8 in harness.
John Wheeler names b. g. Slippery Dick.
D. Dunlev namfi g. g. Telegraph. _
PURSE $100?FOR HORSES THAT NEVER BEAT
three minutes, to trot at Hall's |>rlvlng ParK, Tuesday,
July 23. and entries to close there Friday, 19th, at 0
P. A. _
UTICA PARK ASSOCIATION, OF UTICA, ONEIDA
county, N. Y.?The annual meeting of this assucia11on
tor ltQ2 will Ik- held August 13, 14, 15 and 16. Purses,
$33,000. Entries will close July 27.
E. B. GRAHAM, Secretary.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.
A r BARKER * CHABB'g
CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTERS
AL1 .S,
corner Broadway and Thirty-ninth street,
Maior C. W. BARK Kit, Auctioneer.
Regular Sales ofllor>os, Carriages, Ac.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND 8ATl!RDAY.
Gentlemen's private establishments disposed of at publie
or private sale to the best advantage, and a general
assortment of Horses, Carriages, Harness, and everything
In the Horse line, to suit the needs of ail clauses of purchasers,
constantly on hand.
A large driving ring
in the Mart for showing Horses on sale.
Twenty-four hours allowed for trial
on every Horse sold under warrantee.
Carriages taken on storage.
Superior tabling lor Horses on Rale.
Oui>ide sales roliclted and promptly attended to.
Lilieral advances made on everything in the llorse line.
AT 5S LIBERTY STREET. REDUCED PRICES.
Elesant extension top Park Phaeton on platform.
[ 7 superior make light Rockaways, trom $12A up.
5 tine top Buggies from $160 up.
6 first class I'onv Phaetons, trom $140 np.
1 second hand Sundown Phaeton, nearly new.
Over loo Set? light Harness, at a sacrifice.
Sheets, Nets, Robes, Ear Tips, <le., below Cost
JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, .Vt Liberty street
A?CABRIOLETS, PHAETONS, COUPES COACHES,
. ilcjiut Wagons, second hand ; seasonable Carriages
and Harness29 per cent less than Fifth avenue stores;
only manufacturer of Ham's celebrated and very popular
patent L.mdaVet, four.and six seats. Broadway and
Fourth street.
A?CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 141 WEST BROAD
way, near Canal street. ?Rockaways, Buggies, Express,
Depot and Business Wagons; Park and Pony
h!iul.ton* Harness and Sheets, (meanest nlace in cltv.
Auction?will be sold to pay expenses, at
No. 7 Ureenwich p venue, 011 Friday, July 19, at 11
A. M., a bay Home, 18 hands 3 Inches high, 7 yearn old ; a
good work horse. M. DAvls, Auctioneer.
Apauk, picnic or depot wagon for saleThree
seats, for six or nine persons; stylish and in
I perfect order; price HW).
H DINOFE ft CO., 341 Fourth avenne.
A1 ?FOR SALE CHEAP, THREE SECOND HAND
a Coaches, curtain and panel quarters; one Coupe
1 Rockuway; one top Buggy- 21'J and 821 West Nineteenth
L 1 street. _
A' ?FOR SALE, OR WILL BE LET FOR THE SEA
son. a handsome bay Horse, Phaeton and Harness;
1 ! sale for ladies to drive. 22 Wooster Street.
AT WITTY'S CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, NEVIN8
and Fulton streets, Brooklyn, large assortment Car1
I rlnges, Pony Pheatons, Business Wagons; several fine
! Ponies lor ladles' driving for sale cheap.
h. b. witty ft co.
A' FIRST-TATRTRUCK OR OAST HOMI FOR
sale cheap for want ot use; over lfl hands high, 7
vears old, warranted sound and kind; also Cart and Harness.
in good rondltlon; will he sold together or separate.
Apply at 234 East Forty-first street, top floor.
A SIX-SEAT PHAETON, IN OOOD ORDER; 1
Coach, 1 light Brett, by Lawrence; 1 two-seat Pnaetoli.
top and open Road Wagon, Broome street. Brew
ster's; 1 Mx seat Kocaaway, uepoi nugon, top i'otiv
Park and extension top PliMtoiUjCabrtolet, 1 Lundaule't,
< 1 ClHrence, 2il top and open Rood Wagons, l)yr!ty makor.x;
2 Sulkeys, 2 Express Wagons, single and Double' Harness.
Sheet-, W hlp?, Ac. IV. ii. liKAl, '31 nml Ti Wooster si
A -FOR SALE VERY CHEAP, A1 DEPOT WAOON,
i one Rockaway, one Coupe Rockaway, pole and
shafts; one top Wagon, f<> o not* Double Harness, five eel*
Winnie Harness. Sheets and Nets: also Lease of premises.
I ni|Uire at 1 11 Sullivan street, corner Prim e.
A -PLATFORM SPRING EXPRESS WAGON, ONE
> top Grocery Wagon, three aecond hand Express
Wairons, five top and open Pony Phaetons, two Rockaways.ono
Coupe, one Coach, two top Wugons, three
open wagons one two ?eat Pony wagon, ISO net of Harness
lor sale very low, at l,40l Broadway, near I orty first st
An ei.eoant assortment of park and ponv
Phaetons, Victoria*, Dob ('art*, light Rockaways and
Family Carriage." and light Wagons, all style*, at lowest
popular price*. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 6S8 Broadway.
A NY PARTIES HAVING A LANDAU, CLARENCK OR
Jx. Coupe, and Harness tor same, uud are willing to exchange
tor a good Bound, fast gentleman's Road Horse or
Team, can apply at 2l'i West Forty eighth street. Fa?t
Borne* for sale or to exchange for worker*.
ACARRIAGR FACTORY, WITH A GOOD BSTAR.
lislied business, tor sale, owner having other bualnusa
_ to attfnd ty. AddrvMl). F. 0.. alaliou D. - .
W YO
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V YORK, FRIDAY, JULY
- 1 ?*
^ HORSKH, CAHRIAOKS, AC.
A? EXECUTOR'S A ALE OF FOUR FINE IIORHRH,
. WAGON8, HARNESS, AC., AC., l.?li>nt(liig to tbe
BbTATE of thn late JOHN H. VALENTINE, dcceaatd,
BV JOHN L. VANDEWATER, AUCTIONEER
TH IB DAY (FRIDAY). JULY 19. ?t 10 O'CLOCK
rharp, ?t STABLE NO. 229 WEST FORTIETH BTREET.
Tcriii oI plcaanr. fut and handsome ETHAN ALLEN
TROTTING M AUKs;hand*ome blood bays, with <nips in
fact- and white heels; about 16)4 high; 6 and 7 year* old,
with flno flowing manes ami taflf; were raised m ar Braltlrhoro,
and both Hired by Ethan Allen, and resemble him
very much in appearance, ?tyle and gait; their dam was
a high Kentucky bred mare, correct pedigree not known,
who trotted thirteen races, and trotted a heat, driven by
Ad. Carpenter, in 2:31. They are closely mated In appearancc
and Htyle, and drive like one horse together, without
pulling, fretting or skipping; have tine amiable dispositions
; fear nothing; can be driven by a lady with satety,
and cannot be ouutylcd on Park or road: they showed,
when coming 8 and (I year* old, 2:M together, and afterwards
trotted a trial at Prospect Park In2:w; they aro
promising and are Improving very rapidly In speed, ami
can show a 2s5gait any time either single or doub'e; they
are without vice or trick, fault or blemish; are a fine gentle
family team, and are warranted sound and kind.
The celebrated high bred, fast an<J handsome trotting
1IOU8K UKIHTOL, 18 high, 8 years old, formerly owned
by Governor Sprague; Is the most elcgunt road horse tor
gentleman's private use in the State; has flowing mane
and till, high headed, well behaved and honest; makes
no mistakes when speeding; pure and rapid gaited;no
road too loug tor him; prompt, stylish, tree ana pleasant
driver; has record of 2-.Sri; oan beat 2:40 to road wagon,
ami Is a faster, stouter and better horse now than ever;
warranted sound and kind, '
Handsome young HAY MARE, raised by Mr. Lilborn
and sired by Ma'or Wlnfleld, dam by Star, 16,^ high, 6
years old; wag never trained for speed; can trot halt a
mile now in 1:19i sftfe for a lady to drive; fears nothing;
warranted ?ound and kind.
Also wagons by best makers, single and double TTarncss,
Sheet-", Whips, Ac. Tlie whole comprising as fine a
horsos are well known to bo genuine trotter* and very
tine in every particular, Mr. valentine being considered
one of tile bt'St Judges of speed and line Horses.
SARAH VALENTINE. I
JOHN VAN BEUREN, I ll*erator?T
THE Al'CTION HOUSE OF
-fl JOHNSTON A VAN TAS8BLL,
Office and salesroom 37 Nassau street,
opposite the Post office.
THE HORSE AND CARRIAGE BRANCn
of our huslnoss Is conducted at our
Horse Auction Mart,
' 110,112 and 114 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue,
where we hold regular
SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES
EVURY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S (FRIDAY) SALE,
AT 12 O'CLOCK.
TRAM BAY HORSES, 15}< HANDS, 0 YEARS OLD;
kind and true In all harness; free from vice or trick;
extra tine roadsters; last travellers; have flno stylo ana
action and are a superior carriage team for famllv driving,
uiid warranted sound. Also net of lino gold mounted
Harness and
TOP WAGON, NEARLY NEW.
GENTLKM AN'8 ROAD ESTABLISHMENT; BAY
Horse, 16*4 hands, 9 years old ; kind and true in all harness;
free from vice; u superior roadster; has trotted in
2 : ?!, a:.d Is warranted to trot inside 8 minutes or no sale;
is a In e and stylish driver, and warranted sound; also set
Harm* and
STIVERS' ROAD WAGON,'IN GOOD ORDER.
BLACK MARE, 15)^ HANDS, 8 YEARS OLD; KIND
and true In all harness; excellent under saddle; free from
vice, a good worker, free and handy driver antiwarranted
soaml.
FOUR WHEELED DOO CART. IN PERFECT ORDER.
HAY HORSE, 16 HANDS, 7 YEARS OLD; KIND AND
true in all harness; IVee from vice; a last traveller; a very
prompt and stylish driver, fears nothing, and warranted
sound. Also
TOP WAGON, CITY MAKE.
BAY MARK, 15^ HANDS, 7 YEARS OLD, KIND AND
true in all harness i free from vice; a free and pleasant
driver; fears nothing; is a good worker and warranted
sound.
GRAY HOUSE, 18Ji HANDS, 5 YEARS OLD, KIND
and true In all harness; free from vice; a fast traveller;
very line style and action; fears nothing and is warranted
sound.
BLACK PONY, 14>4 HANDS, 8 YEARS OLD; KIND
and true in all harness; IVee Irotn vice; good traveller;
an excellent pony for lady's driving; is very stylish und
warranted sound. Also set of Uarnessand
PONY PHAETON.
GRAY STALLION, 15% HANDS, 9 YEARS OLD; KIND
nnd true In all harries*; free from vice; a good traveller
and a superior draught horse.
t-ORREL MAKE, I5)< HANDS, 7 YEARS OLD; KIND
and true In all harness; free from viee ; a good traveller
and a free and stylish driver; also set names* and Top
Wai'on.
I'LACK HORSE, 15 HANDS,_8 YEARS OI.Dj KIND
ami iriie 111 IUI ll?l mi-n , mr iiwui i h c , ...i i:?u? uuv JFV/It
horse and a prompt uml stylish driver.
tiORKhL MAKK, HANDS, 9 YEARS OLD: KIND
and true In nil harness; free from vice: an excellent mare
for business use; also set Harness and express Wagon.
SEVERAL OTHER HORSES?DESCRIPTION TIME
ol' Halo.
Barouche, Coupe Roekawny. dog Cart, top and no top
Wagons, Rockawayi, express Wagons, Ac.; also double
and single Harness, Blankets, Ac. Weather never interfere*
with our sales.
A VARIETY OF NEW AND SECOND HAND TOP
and No-top Buggies. Rockaway and double let ot
Harness, Dunscomb's make.
GEORGE J. MOORE, ST# Bowery.
A MAGNIFICENT PAIR BLACKS JU8T FROM
country; probably best trained and safest spirited
team ever offered: young, flowing tails, 16?i hunds;
slightly trained to all harness and saddle; can be driven
and ridden by ladies; never In dealers' hands; owner
obliged to go West; will be sold for halt' value; fully
warranted. Inquire for ALLINSON, 112 West Fiftieth sfc
A LANDAU AND 80 SECOND HAND CARRIAGES
all kinds, at half nrlce, and a large lot of new at
factory, 14ti and 148 KM ridge street; cheapest In the city.
DAY A SON.
A FINE BAY MARE FOR SALE?8 YEARS OLD, 18
hands high; has shown 2:48: slightly unsound;
would make a splendid brood mare. Apply to WILLIAM
T. ALLEN, Hotel, Fifth avenue ann Eighty-eighth street
B?ATTENTION IS CALLED TO SALE OF HOKSEH
and Carriages at
auction THIS DAY, by
JOHNSTON A VAN T A SHELL,
110, 112 and 114 East Thirteenth street.
WF. WILL SELL SEVERAL FIRST CLASH nOR^P.S,
being part of a car load recently consigned to us from
Southern Indiana; they are all young and sound and well
adapted to all uses.
AI>0 A SUPERIOR ROAD HORSE, BAY,
hands, 9 years old ; warranted to trot inside 8 minutes or
no sale ; sunn I, kind and true.
TEAM BAY CARRIAGE HORSP.S, 6 YEARH OLD;
very free and stylish drivers, and warranted sound.
SEVERAL FIRST CLASS WORK HORSES.
Also Carriages, Harness. ,te.
(Mill Ml". 1 I <T * ' <zA r\r\i ah nn, ui, i-t Aiilf i ?t r?P i
.7 Twrnty-tlfth street, offer the following second hand
Oarrl ages;?
One Dog Cart ftnrn out Rent, almost new.
Two Clarence*. In good order.
One Coupe, In first class condition.
One six passenger Rockaway and
A few Road Wagons.
/ CARRIAGES?SECOND HAND ROAD AND TROT\J
ting Wagons; a number of good leather top Bogirles;
stvlisb Derby Doff Cart I'liaeton and a turn In seat linht.
Dog Cart, pole and shafts; a good Gerinantown RockAway,Justine
thing for depot harking; Depot Wagons,
Ac . at R. M. STIVERS' manufactory, 144 to 152 Kaat
Thirty-first street, between Third and Fourth avenues.
DUBOIS' IIALP SPRING 125 POUND ROAD WAGON
for $150, a bargain; also leather curtalu Rockaway,
In fine order, for $1(0. Apply at Washington stables.
Twenty-sixth street, corner Sixth avenue.
For sale-speed, style and beauty?pull
bred Mare, close on lfi hand*; very gentle In single or
double harness or saddle; would trade lor a cheaper one or
take Imported gin or wine in trade. Address box 330, station
F, tor one week.
FOR BALE?A SPAN OF YOUNG HORSES; SOUND,
kind and gentle; can trot last; will sell single or
; double. Inquire of.I. LKFFERTS, Klatbush, L. I.
FOR SALE?A VERY HANDSOME BAY HORSE, 15
hands high; 9years old; pleasant driver, single or
double; well broken to saddle; can be bought cheap; or
will trade for a work Hot?.'. Can be seen at 21 Third
street, near Bowery.
For sale?an elegant turnover seat twowheeled
Dog Cart Tilbury, with shitting top; citv
made, to order; only used a few times; reason for selling
owner going to Europe. Seen at FRANK ASHE'S Carriage
Factory, 163 Crosby street
For sale-a horse thoroughly broken to
saddle and harness; has been the property of and
exclusively u?ed by a lady from a colt: also a Basket
Wagon and Harness, all iu good order. Address box 1,129
Post office. New York.
t7hjr rale?a rookaway, nearly new, at the
r unIw.knn TM.Unir Ariwlptn* If ntxilcpn N. J.
For salb-mura <;ray pony-built horse,
I.'iU hands, 7 years; flt for Any work; price 912A. 37
Greenwich avenue, corncr store.
I,"*OR A VERY LOW I'RKK-A STYLISH T'AIR DARK
' brown Conch Horses, 16 hands high, 8 years old; excellent
travellers and great endurance; warranted sound
and kind. Seen at Dilutee A Co.'a Auction Mart, corner
Fourth avenue and Twenty-third street.
FOR BALK CHEAP?A FINE BAY HAMBLETONIAN
Horse, lftl> hands high, 6 years old; good stepucr;
I One pole horse; just from the country. Apply to J. M AltSHALL,
4S Warrenjtreet.
I^IRHT CLASS Tl'RNOUT FOR SALE-BLACK
Hone, 1&S hands, sound and kind In all harness. 7
I years ol?l; tine lop Wagon, Blankets ami Robes, all com|
plete. Apply at FARNSWuKTirS static, 231 West Kitty*
fourth street.
l,tOR SALE-A YALCABLE BLIND nORSR, 179; ONE
I r tine hro<>d Mare, $45; one handsome family Marc,
oni- lane draught lii.rse, ff.,1 77 New Chanil>ers st.
Harness saddles and horse millinery of
every description, suitable for parties going to Sara;
toga, Salt Point, Mohonk, Mahopac, Yaphans, Cutchoguo,
Spt'onk, Mattltuck, Niagara, Rockaway, Catasuuqua, Ho*
1 k< ndaii'iua, Mauch Chunk, Hohokus, Tobyhanua,
i 8i|Uiinkiiui, Patcbogue. (Juogue, Quakake, Chappaijua,
Jerusalem, Babylon, Long Branch, the farm, park or
stable. The place to get your outfit before leaving is at
M. MOSEMAN A ilRO'8 extensive Harness Warei
rooms, 114 Chambers street.
Harness, saddles, horse clothing.
C. B. SMITH A CO.,
extensive manufacturers of ever? description of Saddlery
(foods. A fine assortment of Hiding Bridles, Lai> Dusters,
Carriage Hol es, My Nets, Ac. 40 Warren street.
ttarness. harness. barnkss.
I I l-'i pfv fclvl# Rnd all urmAt-m of Iltmomi at lowest
manufacturer*' brlw*. lor ca?h.
MANt 1 A( Tl KKI!.v t'MOV, R3fl Broadway.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION REPOSITORY, fi!W
Broadway.? Carriage*. Harnew, every style, new
anil Miconil hand. at popular price*; Pony Phaeton* In
gn at variety, ?svcral ?li>ilitly Milled Carriage* at bargain*.
_
ONE OF TUB RKHT CARRIAGE TEAMH IN THE
rlty?Vniincr, *ound and gentle; lfl hand*; weigh
1,300 each ; can trot together better than three minute*;
I want to (ell. N. B.?You want t3,n0o about vour clotnei
to get them. Also a email trotting Pony, $A?). Inquire
01 K. DORITY, No*, ft and 6 Wa?hln?t<>ii Fl*h Market.
PONY 8HIFTINO TOP PHAETON FOR BALE?WITH
gold mounted harneaa ; ha* been used but it Mr ttMa
J Apply at id Baft Twenty-algbth itr?el i
RK H
19, 1872?WITH SUPPLEJV
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AO.
QECOND HAND Bl'OOtES. ELEGANT DOG CART,
k J Coupo Kockaway. bant l oaeli, several Kockaway*
and a number of Vehicle* alightly xhnpworn. at harMalni:
now and second hand Harucu, at MANUKACTUKh 118'
UNION, 638 "roadway.
W18HIMG TO REDUCE MY LARGE STOCK I WII.L
11 Mil Waprnn*. Rockawayn, Ac., of my own manufacture,
a* low an $.1(10. Livery stable moil and others i>lcfl-e
call. ISAAC LOCK WOOD, 127th street ami llilril avenue.
"\\tantkd- a (iood three yi'akti:it thick, lit11
tie u?<-d; no jobber* need apply. Address AHbuckle
bkob., 68 Water itrcet.
TITANTED TO bl'v CIIEAP-A STRONG SULKY.
11 Addro?n,HtailiiK price, 8CLKER, box 1M) Po#t olllce.
l\fi FOR HORSE. TRICK AND HARNESS;
brown mare, 16 hunds, 8 venrs old ; separate
or together; sold lor want oruse. Hudson street.
CWARTNBBIH1PI.
Notice is hereby oiven To all concerned
thut the copartnership h< retot'ore existing ander the
Arm name of Emanuel A lllrsrh is this day dissolved i>y
luutuiil content; Joseph Emanuel to settle all ouuuintliiiK
liabilities ami collect ill' debts due tile tirui.
Dated Nkw Yokk, .Inly 17,lS7i
BIECMCND iiiRfion,
JOSEPHEMANUKL, M Vesey street.
rpUE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
F. A W. C. Dlckel has been this day dissolved by mutual
content. Willtam 0. Dickel alone win hereafter conduct
(he business of the late linn, mul will settle all outstanding
matters connected therewith.
c. F. dickei..
Jrn? 18, 1872. WILLIAM 0. DICKEL.
IK SIMviS OPPOUTl'MTIKS.
A partner WANTBD?TO work A flagstone
quarry in Pennsylvania; practical man with capital
required i'Kilt son & stettm an, Ins! Stroudsbtirg, iv*.
A PERSON, THOROUGHLY COMPETENT, DESIRES
a partner, with money, to eitebUsh tlx* mittinf
businessunder peculiarly favorable circumstances, an Investigation
will prove; small capital required. Address
(lOLI)bn MALT. Herald office.
A WELL KNOWN HOUSE, ENQAOBD IN THE MANUfacture
of a labor-saving machine in extensive use,
desire to increase their working capital about $20,000, and
can offer several permanent positions commanding a
liberal salary, and agenta commission. Address box 4,059
Port office.
An activr man wantiid-who can readily
command $200 cash, to engage In a light, respectable
and permanent business; good pay. Apply to HOWE
A CO., Broadway. _
A PARTNER WANTED?WITH $-',000 CASH, IN A
hotel, on account of the death of manager. Address
HOTEL o\VNER, Herald olllce.
ALAlttlK LOT OF HAY FORKS. VALUED, WITH
Patent, about $7,000; will sell cheap or exe'mnge for
Suburban Property or Country Fartu and uoiuo tusk. Apply
at 84 Centre street.
ACTIVE PARTNER WAN TEP?W IT I1 * 12.01* t TO $15.0011
capital, in u manufacturing busiucas long established,
with large trade. Address II. SEAMAN, 612 West Twentieth
street
For sale.?an established oil-stone factorv
dealing with first class houses throughout
the country. Thin is a good opportunity for parlies
wishing to engage In an established business with moderate
capital. Cause or selling, ill health. Apply to O.
O. HALL, I.M East Filly-second street, evenings.
In AVE $.V10 NOW, AND MORE AFTER A WHILE,
to Invest In some good square business, the particulars
of which i can In part learn bv letter. Address, with
name and particular", FREEMASON, Herald i.fflce.
I WISH TO PURCHASE SOME SMALL BUSINESS,
in a good location, with ono room back of the store for
living apartment ladies' furnishing or gents' fiiriii.xintiu
goods, confectionery more or bakery would do. I lmve
*500 cash, and perhaps could raise more. Address, with
name, plauu and lull particulars, s. T , Herald office.
PARTNER WANTED?IN an ESTABLISHED MJSIneisofover
ten years' standing; plenty ol work now;
capital only required to extend business. Apply to J.
DAYTON, 312 West Kiftv-second street.
Rare chance.?noriK stand and theatre
Ticket Office for sale In (be most prominent hotel In
the city. Good reasons lor selling, Inquire at 2<W liroadway,
room 8. - WOOD A MARCH.
TO BUSINESS LADIES.?WE DESIRE TO DISPOSE
of our branch business, located on Broadway, to
somo "energetic business lndv." Ttiis is one of the most
pleasant and profitable businesses that a lady could engage
in. To the party purchasing we will supply goods of our
manufacture at a nominal profit. Call or address UOODYEAR'S
RUBBER CURL Kit COM PA NY, No. 7 Ureot Jone?
street, or box 5,150 Post office.
WANTED?PARTIES TO TAKE THE GENERAL
agency of the best pump in the world, with a capital
ot from $8,000 to IS.O'Kl required for the business: reference*
exchanged. Addruta box IU? Post office, Bridge,
port, Conn.
W?INVENTOR8 AND OIHKRS HAVING KIRST
. class specialties for sale, wholly or in pnrt, tnay
find purchasers at ELLIS A CO.'S, 48 Broad street,
room SI.
WANTED-A PARTNER IN THE KID GLOVES,
ribbons and straw hat business; also agents to see
customers; good commission. Address SPECIALTY,
lloiH.il office.
Q>0 000 TO f*-1*10 SPECIAL CAPITAL REiPO.UUU
gulrea?In safe business, established last
twelve years, for which an Interest of twenty per cent
annually will be guaranteed; fullest Investigation and
undoubted references. Address L., box 3,0.14 Post office.
DRY GOODS.
AN BLBOAHT assortment Of IMPOBTKO ROUHD
Hut*, at greatly reduced prices, call lie found at
Mine. 0. DE LAW's, KSiJ^ Broadway, near Nineteenth
street.
Haik, hair, hair.-siiaw s patent hair, kgual,
to human hair; can be combed and brushed;
Switches $1. Ac.; Human Hair cheapest In the market;
solid Switches, <ine yard long, $3; French Twist, $4;
Curls $1 and upward*; Ladies' own Hair made over, 2S
cents: latent strles always on hand. Sf?2 Bowery, opposite
Third, near Greut Jones, and 3<>.l Sixth avenue, between
Twenty-second and Twonty-third street*.
FVRMITVRB.
AT LESS THAN HALF ORIGINAL COST-PROPERTY
ortainllv leaving city, satin brocatel Parlor Hult,
latest stylo, cost $W0, for $225; one do., $150; Turkish Hult,
cost $60d, for $280; walnut reps Suits, $35 and $50; I'lano.
forte. Paintings, Bronzes, Curtains, Mirrors, Carpets,
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Mattresses, Extension Tables, Buffet;
a great bargain tor cash. Residence 2.12 West Forty-sec
ond street, between Seventh ami Eighth avenues.
A -FOR SALE?Fl'RNlTl'Ri:, CARPETS, OIL PAINT
Ings, Bronzes, China, Olass and Silverware in lots
to suit cash customers; parlor Suits $5(1; bedroom Suits
$10; Carpets ISO c>nts upwards; complete furniture live
story private residence, 120 West Twenty third strict; no
reasonable offer refused.
AMAONIFICENT IlRAWINO ROOM St ir LATEST
style, cost $450, for $'JOO; one do., $150; Pianoforte,
Paintings, Bronzes, Chamber and Dining Furniture,
China. Glass, Silverware; property family leaving city.
No. 86 West 15th st., near 5th av.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CARPETS, FCRNIture
and Redding, at the lowest cash price, or weekly
or mniithlv instalments, at O'FARRELI.'S warehouse,
Eighth avenue, i orner of Twentieth street
Monthly or weekly payments-carpets
Furniture, Bedding, Ac.
DEALT A CUNNTNGIT AM.
SH4 and 3fl# Third avenue, near Twenty-eighth slruwt.
Prices lower than any other house in the city.
KXCURSIONS.
A variety ok barges, steamers and
Groves on Staten and Long Islands, North and East
Rivers, to let for excursions, at lowest rntes.
HLOOMRlt A CO. 243 Front street
A CIIF.Ar DAILY EXCl IttUON TO KEYI'ORT, N.J,
Hording a fine view of the Ilifchlaixls. Sandy Hook,
Narrows, staten Island and the Lower Hay.?The steamer
Il< >LM DEL leave* pier 2fi>4, foot of Barclay street, New
York, July IH, *t 12 o^clook: July 19.1 P. M.jJulv 20, at2
P. M.; July 22, 9k A- : Julv 2S, )0W| A. M. Returning
loaves Kevjiort July 18 and lirat 7 P. M.; Jtiiy 21, 9 P. M.;
July 22 aiiu 23 at 7 r. M. Fore 26 cent*.
j. o. taylor, Captain.
A -FOR EXCURSIONS?SALOON STEAMER WY.
O.MINO. barges HARAI1 HMITI1, CALEDONIA,
ANNA and REPUBLIC. Oriental Orove, Kagloswood,
Excelsior Park and Wewapex Orove. 8*8 West stri ct,
near Christopher U. B. CROS8ETT.
Daily excurhion to the camp ground at
Sea CllfTUrove, stopping at White*ton?. Raylis' Dock,
Groat Neck, Hands P.,lnt, Glen Cove, Glen wood and Roslvn
? Steamer AKItOWsM ITH leaves pier 2* East River
(Peck silo), dally, at 9:1ft A. M. for the above landlngi, returning
to the city about 6:30 P. M. The SKAWANUAKA
leaves same pier at 4 05 P. M. for above landings.
tjlor charter?the steamboat george t.
r olypuant; well adapted for any day route or for
| excursion*. crocker, wood A co., 52 Bouth *L
/-l RAND EXCURSION TO CONEY ISLAND.?THE
\JT new and fast steamer OENERAL SEDGWICK leaves
New Vork for Coney I*land every day as follow*:?
Christopher *ireet, 9:lft A. M. ; pier No. 4 North River, 9:30
A. M.; Christopher street, 12 M.; nler No. 4 North River,
12:1ft P. M.: Christopher street, 3 P. M.; pier No. 4 North
River. 8:14 P. M. Extra trip from pier4 North River, 6 P.M.
MOONLIGHT EXCURSIONS.?STEAMER PLYMOUTH
ROCK, t'aptoln L. V, Tllton, on Thursday, Friday
| and Saturday evenings, Jul^lfl, 19 and 20?This cajaclous
1 ana m?l(illiic?ui?w?*mcr win irnvc pier *n ^iirni mvtrr ni
I 8 JW ana from loot Thirty-fourth *treet, North River, &t 9
I o'clock. making abort trip uo the river and then down
til rough the Narrow* Ami Lower Bay. The Ninth Reglniont
Band will flirnUh the inu>tc. Fare for the excux
n,!i.fl. o W HE.NTI.l.V, I.cncriil Manager.
Only regular boat to tiir kiphino bankh.The
popular iteanier MONITOR, Captain B. Car1
roll. Captain J. Simmon*, Pilot, leaven every day (Saturday
excepted) Eighth *tre<*t, Kant River, at 7 A. M; I'ecli
, *llpat7:.10; Chriatopher itreet, North River, 8:1.1; pier *
North Kvor. at Co'clock. Refreshment*, hult, lineH, ac.,
1 on board, HcheKlel'a rotlllon hand areompanie* tho
excursion every day. Gentlemen. $1; ladle*, W?r.
OWES KEKNAN and PATRICK KEENAN Manager*.
Regular daily boat to the fishing banks On
and alter Htinday, July 21, the nplendid nea-soing
aldewheel steamer EASTERN Ol'EEN, captain K. RKergu*on,
will make daily excursion* to the Vlnhlntr Hank*,
l< avlna Bridge itreet, Brooklyn, at 7 A. M.; Peek ellp,
7-W; Christopher *treet, 8:1ft; pier 4 North River at9A. M.
Refreshment*, halt and tl>hlng line* can he obtained on
hoard. Ticket*, for gentlemen, $1; tor ladle*, Mic. Pur
nished Htate room* can be obtained. Lutx'* cotillon hand
will accompany each excuraton. Thin steamer will ko,
rain or *hlne.
The new and elegant steam yacht gov.
ERNOR'H INLAND leave* Custom House pier dally
(Sundays Includrdi. every even hour for Governor"i
Inland, returnlnij to New York at hall hours, Lout trip ol
Mw^acht lmiu?d lately afte( dress parade.
ERA]
[EOT.
Kl'ROPRA* 8TKAMSHIPS.
INMAN LINH. *
Kor gne?iiHtowii ?nil Liverpool. Royal Mail Htoamei
aK1 HUiiolmetl to . tail ?s follow*:?
i rTY OK WASHINGTON Thur?<lay, Jnly 1?, 2 !'. N
CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday. Jul} 25, 10 A. N
CITY OF DKCSHEL8 Saturday, July 27, II A. S
CITY OK NEW YOltK Thursday, August 1, 2 l\ *
1 CITY OK I'AH IS Saturdav, August 3, 2 IV M
{ ond ea<'li snecceding Saturday ami ihursduy, Irom pic
! ti North River.
Rate? of pmwrc.
Pavablc in Hold. Payable In Currency.
First ?'iui|n $75 Rtce rage $;
To London 841 To London S
To Pari* 90 To Paris .. !
Passengers also forwart ed to Havre, llambuii
Sweden, Norway and Denmark, at redured rare*.
Tli kets can be bought here at moderate rates bv pel
son* wishing to send for their triends.
Through bill" lading glvea on shipments of good* t
Havre and Antwerp.
Drait? Issued at lowest rates.
For lurthcr information apply at the Company's o(He<
JOHN <(. DAI.lv, Agent
16 Broadway, N. Y.
CIl'NAliD LINE.
> THE HKITISII AND NORTH AMFRICAN
ItOVAl. MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, CALLIXi
AT COItK llAItUOIt.
mo* vnw you*. moM sr.w ronit.
800TIA.. Wedm s'y, July 17 I ALOF1UA. .Sat'clay, July J
JAVA Wednesday, July 24 I I'AHTIilA..Sat'day, July S
Cli INA. WednetdAy, July SI CALARR(A..Sat'day, Aug.
Kl'SSIA .Wednesday, Aug. 7 ABYSSINIA.Sat'daT, Aug. 1
Cl'BA. .Wednesday, Aug. 14 | BATAVIA. Sat'day, Aug. 1
i and every following Wednesday and Saturday troni No'
York.
Hiilcs of Passaue !?Cabin. Sflfl. #100 and #120. cold, a
I cording to accommodation. Tickets to Paris, VIA, goli
additional. Return tickets on favoiablo term*. bteerag'
$90. HrrtDOjr.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool and Qncenstown, ar
*11 pai ls of Europe, at jowan rates. Through bull Of la
inu given tor Hclfast Glasgow, Havre, Antwerp and othc
ports on tho Continent anil for Mediterranean ports. Fi
freight and cabin passage apply at tho Company's ofllo
No. 4 Rowling tlreen ; fur uteerage passage, at 111 Broa
way, Trinity Building.
CflARLEB O. FRANCKLYN, Agent
North gkkman lloyd steamship company.
For Southampton und Bremen.
The steamship NEMESIS, Ciyitaln K. Von Ernster, wH
sail on Tuesday, July It!, at 3 P. m., from Bremen pie
foot of Third street. llohoXen. Te be followed by
Steamship BREMEN, Captain W. Lade wigs, on Satu
day, July 20.
Hates of passage to London, Havre atul Bremen,
payable in gold or ita equivalent In currency
First cabin. $120.
Secoud cabin, $7X
Steerage. $30.
For Irelgtit or passatre applv to
ObLMOH8 .* U<?., Agent*, No. H Bowling Oreei\,
0'DONOVAN ROSSA.?WHITE BTAR LINE.?FINKH
and fastest steamers atlout. OCEANIC sails at 1
o'clock. July 27. Cabin and steerage passage tlckc
and drafts, 2?tt Broadway, opposite City Hall.
QNLY DIRECT LINK To FRANCE.
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY
MAIL STEAMSHIPS, BETWEEN NEW YORK AN
HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST.
The splendid vessels on this favorite route for tho Co'
tlnent will sail from pier 80 North River, as follows:?
ST. LAl'HENT, Lenialre Saturday, July
WASHINGTON, Roussuu Saturday, Aug.
FRANCE, Darro " Saturday, Aug.
VILLE DE PARIS, Surmont Saturday, Sept
Price of passage In gold (including wine), to Brest i
Havre:?
First cabin. $l2ft; second cabin. #7.1.
Excursion tickets at reduced rates.
These steamers do not carry steerage passengers.
American travellers going to or returning from tl
Continent of Europe, by taking the steamers of this lln
avoid both transit tiy English railway and the dlacomfor
of cros-lng the Channel, besides saving time, trouble qi:
expense.
GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent, M Broadway.
WHITE STAR LINE.
New York, Cork and Liverpool. Now and All
powered steamships, tho largest in the world.
OCEANIC, BALTIC, MAJESTIC, ADRIATK
REPUBLIC. CELTIC. ATLANTN
6,00f> tons burden, 3,000 horse power each.
Sailing troni New York on Saturdays, from Livcrpo
on Thursdays, calling utCork Harbor each way.
OCEANIC July 27. at 11 A. j
REPUBLIC August A, at 4 I'. S
ADRIATIC August 10, at 10 A. )
BALTIC....... August 17.4:30 P. !
From the White Star dock, Pavonia Kerry, Jersny Clt;
Passenger accommodations Tor all classes unrivailu
combining safety, speed and comfort
Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms
midship section, where least motion Is felt Surgoolisai
stewardess accompany the steamers.
Rates?Saloon, $?) in ({old i steerage, $30 in currency.
Those wishing to fend tor friends in the Old Count!
ran now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $3.3 cu
renry.
Passengers booked to or from all parts of Amerlc
Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Austral!
China, Ac.
Drafts Irom ?1 upward.
For information apply at the company's office, 19 Broai
way. New York.
Bills ot lading issued through to Continental ports.
J. II. SPARKS, Agent.
ISM AY, IMRIE A CO., 19 Water street, Liverpool, ai
No. 7 East India avenue, Leadenhall street, London.
National link ok steamships.
WEEKLY TO QUEEN8TOWN AND LTVERPOO
FORTNIGHTLY TO AND FROM LONDON DI It EC
To Qucenstown and Liverpool.
from piers 44 and 47 North River.
canada, Webster Saturday, July 20, at 4 P.
SPAIN, Grace Saturday. July *7, ati0:30A.
HOLLAND, Bragg Saturday, August 3, at 4 P.
Ed YPT, urogan Saturday, August 10, at si :3'i A.
ITALY, Thompson miiiiiujv, August 17, at 3 P.
TO LONDON DIRECT.
DENMARK, Sumner . .We Ineslay, July 31, at 1:30 P
THE Ql'EEN, Thomas Wednesday, August 1?. at 12 1
HEI.VBriA, Griggs...Wednesday, August 2H, at '<! 3 1 P. I
Cabin passage $t?and $75, currenc
Steerage $28, currenc
Prepaid Steerage Tickets from Liverpool, Qtieoustow
Londonderry, Glasgow or London, $32, currency.
For further Information apply at the Conipany's offlc
f>9 Bmudwav. K w. J. HURST, Manager.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.?STEAM TO QUEEN
town and Liverpool.
i Sailing Every Wednesday.
NEBRASKA. Guard July 2?, at a P.
WYOMING, Whincray luly 31, at 3 P.
From Pier 4(1 North River.
Cabin passage, $80. gold: steerage, $:i0, currency.
Prepaid tickets, $33, currency.
Passengers booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, N
way and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Intend, Englnt
France and Germany at lowest rates. Anply to
WILLIAMS A QPIOn, 29 B i pad way
REDUCTION IN PASSAOE RATES.
ANCHOR LINE
Express passenger steamers sail from New York eve
Wednesday and Saturday.
Passengers booked and forwarded to and from all rn
way stations in Great Britain, Ireland, (Jcrtnany, Norws
Sweden or Denmark and America as safely, speedily, col
fertubly and cheaply as any other route or lino.
THE NEW DEPARTURES.
saturday's stka* tks. wktlvksuat's stkty'hs
COLUMBIA July 20 ASSYRIA Itllv
Et'ROPA July 27 OLYMPIA Julv
ANGLIA August 3 CALEDONIA August
' INDIA August 10 TR1NACRIA August
CALIFORNIA August17 IOWA August
AUSTRALIA August 24 BRITANNIA. Augu.-t
At noon from pier zo North River, New York. Curren
rates ot passage to London, Liverpool, (Ha>gow or Den
by Wednesday's steamers, $G0; by Saturday's steam"
Jrt.1 and $7!i; excursion tickets, $120; intermediate, $:
steerage, $28. Cert Ideates at lowest rates can bo bout
hero by those wishing to send for their friends.
Apply ut the company's offices, to
HENDERSON BROTHERS,
'pilR IIAMBtRO AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY
1 iron iniiil alcuuiHliip
westphalia,
Captain H. T. Schwensen, will ?ail on Thursday, July !
1.-472, lit 2 P. M., for Hamburg,
taking passengers from New York lo Plymouth, Londr
Clu rljourK and Hamburg.
First Cabin, 91X1. Second Cabin, $
Steerage, >30, payable In United State* gold.
KI'VHARDT A 00., 0. B. RICHARD A HOAR.
General Agents, Oeneral Passenger Agents
61 Broad sireet, N. V, 61 Broadway, N.
Tim 1IOLKATIA will itall August 1.
COASTWISE RTEAM8HIPR.
Pacific mail steamship company's line i
California, Japan and China,
via Panama,
carrying mail*, passengers and freight to
Kingston, Jamaica; Santa Martha and Urcytown,
and Pa< lflc coa-t of Mexico, Central
America, Peru and Chile.
Steamers leave 16th and .10th each month, except win
those day* fall on Huuday, then the duy previous.
July W).-Steamer HENUY CUAUNCEY, Captain A
Gray, will leave Pier So. VI North Kl 'er, at U o'cloi
noon, for Asplnwall, connecting at Panama with steam
SACRAMENTO, Captain , touching at \cupulc
Manzamllo. Ma/atlan and Cape St. Lucas, and aL*> on
nectlng for all Central American and Houth Pacific port
Departure of 15th each month connect* with Purinu
Railroad Company's steamer touching at Kan Bi-nii
Tonal n, Sallna Cruiand Pi.rt Angel. Freight lor nil we
porta received until 4 P. M. of July Z7.
Steamer AMERICA will leave Han Franclicn Angu*t
1-72. for Japan and Clitna. Kor rates of passage, trelgl
anil all further information apply at Company * office t
the pier foot of Canal street.
P R BABY. Agent
CJTRAM fO CAPETOWN AND MELBOURNE.
O The side wheel steam-hip DAKOTA, will be d
flatched via Capetown to Melbourne upon August in. la
ng Drill, iecotin and third class passengers and freight.
Rate* of pannage payable In gold.
To Melbourne. To Capetow
Flint clasa $2M) ?*.?)
Second clas* WO I7">
Third claw W 7.1
Passenger* and freight can bo forwarded to Kydnc
N. S. W.; Adelaide, S. A., and the Tasinanlan ports.
For freight or pa>*iigo apply to
W. If. WF.BB,
M Exchange Place
ttnited states and brazil mail steamsii
U Company.
The elegant screw steamship MERRIMACK, J.000 to
burden, Captain W. Weir, will sail for St. Thomas. Pai
I I*.-rtimtiilinei> Hithia and Rio Janeiro, on Tuesdav. Jul v
. - -i-rv'YV m irom pt?f? North KW?r.
I "tiA - P-?^,V^ARR.S^nrVn
I ' ? >
1 "?'u"f ""c^iy.Vr.m pier .nV(y?I *?*?>', Tu,v
I $uKOTMbK
I CrS^uip-^? ?;?e'n
jtefiiSS '&? ? > *"'
LD.
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS. ^
Direct link to Havana.
havana. PKOOREHO and VERA CRM.
New Vprk ami Metimn Muil stoanifdip Line, le?vinf
?' I'V-J7; E#ff '{jv?T. at SI*. M.t direct to Hamii*.
1' j.l-jx 'ie j *\ana, Iicuki ii VVedneMday. Jlly
I. LI1T Of MERIDA, Timmermaa rtaturday, Ann. 10
T. ror Ireiiintor uussaur Himlv tn
' A HOC V N't) KB A SONS, M R road way.
ir "POSTPONEMENT.?1THE NEW STK.VMKIl CITV OF
.1 llavanu will null on Wednesday, ut A. M iuvtead of
Saturday, 20th. m
W Tjicm NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
*> r MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE
W from pier No. 5 North Riv?r, at 3 o'clock!' M
?. SHERMAN,
on Saturday, Jnlv 20.
r- Freight received dally. Through rate* given for St.
Louis, Vli'k.-biirn, Mobile, GalveMtin and Indiunola. <
o For freight or pat?age. havlngauperlor accommodation*.
apply t<> Frederic baker, 3d Broadway.
!. ITIOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
r The Cromwell Steamship Line.
The steamship GEORQB CROMWELL, Captain S. U
_ Clapp, will leave pi< r No. 9 North River on Hatnrday,
July 20, at 3 o'clock 1*. M. Freight received dally.
Through rateo (riven to (lalveston, Indlanola, Mobile and
St. Louis. Cabin parage, $50 j .-rteeranc, #2rt.
11 For troighl or pa*H?go apply to
II. B. CROMWELL A CO.. 86 Went gtreet.
M TTtOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
!7 JP Southern Line.
9 The steamship CITY OF IIOITSTON,
10 Captain Peering,
>' will leave pier 21 East River, Weaoenday, Jrfly ? t
** Freight tor Hi Louis, Mobile and tialvestou taken.
Insurance guaranteed.
E* For trekht or pnmuuv, having superior accommoda i
Hon*, apply to 1 e.
C. H, MALLORY A CO., 1M Maiden lane,
jjl T7IOR MOBILE, AL.V ; FKRNANDTNA, JACKSONVILLE,
F Tallahassee, Tampa and St. Augustine, Fla., and all
Br points on the 1 lorlda and JacksuuviUe, I euaacola aiul
>r Mobile railroads. 1
V' steamship ashi.and
will fall Saturday, July &), at 3 I*, if., trom pier 20 North
Klvor.
Insurance to Fernandlna, per font.
For freight or passage apply to JAMEti HAND, US Walt
street.
I" TjlOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.?
r> r The Old Dominion Steamship Company will do*patch
from pier 37 North River, their elegant siitewheel steam**
ship ISAAC BELL, Blukeman, commander, for Norfolk,
Ciiv Point anil Richmond, Thursday, July 1?, at S P. If..
Sivlng tlirouuh lulls' or lading to all point* South and
outhwcst. Through passenger tickets lx?acd to all point*.
Accommodations unequalled. Apply at pier 87, or at the
general olJIcf, 187 Greenwich street, corner Dey street
rpiIE STEAMER PERIT, FOR LEWES, DEL., COW.
X nectniK with Junction and Breakwater Railroad,
_ will leave Vescy street pier Monday*, Wednesday* aud
' Fridays, at S P. M. For freight aud pannage- apply on
board.
TUA Vr.l/t,ICRS' til l DR.
Albany and troy by day link boats'a vibBARD
and DANIEL DREW, commencing May 27.?
I> Leave Vestry street pier at S;:V)A. M. and Thirty-fourth
streetat 8:48, landing at Yonkers, Tarrytown and Nyaok
n- (by ferryboat), Foughkoepsio, Kuinebeck, Tlvoll, t'atsklll
and Hud.-on.
27 Trip tickets to Co/./rnn', Wort Point, Cornwall and Ncw10
burg, returning same day, f 1.
24 Connecting lor all points West and North.
~7 Special Trains to Saratoga and Sharon snme ovenlnir.
jr A FTEUNOON BOAT FOR NEWHtTKi 1, POl'dllKEBP11
Hie, Roudout, Kingston, Cozzens', Wont Point. Com-wall.
New Hamburg, Milton And Hyde Park. The MARY
POW ELL, from Vestry St., pier SO, every afternoon at 8r.Hfl.
/CITIZENS' KVENINO LINE STEAMERS FOR AL..
\J bnny and Troy; fare N) cents. Steamer* SUNNY^
SIDE anil THOMAS POWELL leave pier Hfi North River.
i,l foot North Moore street, dally, Saturdays excepted, at 5
P. M., making sure connections with all trains going
North, East aud Weit. Tickets sold and baggage chocked
? to all points on Renssolaor aud Saratoga anil Troy and
Boston Railroads. __ __
"" / 1ATSKILL LINE.?THE ELEOANT STEAMER NEW
pi OHAMPON, t'olegcommander, leaves Franklin street
n' Monday, Wednesday ami Friday, at 6 o'clock P. M.,inak1
ing the usual landings. Her consort, the ANDRKW
0i HAItDKN, Kuieherbacko commander, leaves opposite
days at 9 o'clock.
J' T7IAI.L RWER LINE FOR BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT ?
, T The steamers BRISTOL and PROVIDENCE, from
n' pier 28 North Rivor. foot of Murray street, dally (Sunday*
5 Included), at 5:15 1'. M. Tickets sold to lmucipul point* lu
New England, the White Mountains ana Province*.
' llall's Baud engaged for the season.
in A. P. BACON, Snporlntendent
ld TT^OR STAMFORD ANO (iUKKNWI('II.?Til E STEAM,
I; boatNELLIK WHITE leaves daily from pier 87 East
v River, at :i 3i>, and toot of Thirty-thlnl street at 3:i# P. M. 1
? leave* Stamford at 7 A. M.
? T?OR NORWALK, DANBURY, LITCHFIELD AND IN
ft' I" termediate stations, via Danbury and Shepaug Valley
' Railroads.?The new steamer AMKUICt'S leave* dally,
foot Market street 2:4\ aud Thirty-third street at 3 P. M.,
j. connecting with the Danbury Railroad.
Lum ruu(innf.r.rnin a.iu n r. ?.....
J1 steamer NEVF.RSINK leaves every afternoon at I
id o'clock, from pier S6, foot of North Moore stroet, for
Poughkeepsie and Intermediate lauding*. Faro 80 cento.
PENNSYLVANIA RAM.ROAD,
U. R. R. of New Jersey Division,
x' For Capo May.
A fast express trnln, with through can attached, leave*
depot foot of I^nhrooees or Cortlandt street, New York,
dall v.exceDt S-jt.it. v. at U it) P. M., arriving at Capo May
\f at Hot P. M.
M' Returning, leave* Cape May at 7 JO A. M. and arrives at
w New York at 2:14 P. M.
yf Reunlar tickets to (.ape May $8
w' Excursion ticket* for the round trip ft
Tickets for ?ula in New York at
M 5M Hroadwny, Depot foot Dcshrossea street,
if Hroadwn v, Depot foot of Cortlandt street,
u" No. 1 Astor House.
F. W. JACKSON, General Superintendent
y D. M. Bovn, Jr., Genera! Passenger Agent.
" niinruR sunday morning boat for key,
p IV port, Kllznhethnort, I'n'on Landing. Itossville and
* l'e.rtu Anihoy.?'The favorite .steamboat .NORWALK, CapInlm
Wm. Hitchcock, leave* Barclay street at UrlS A. M.
H" pEGl'LAR SINDAY MORNING HOAT FOR NEW
JV hurg, landing at Yonkers, Iona Island, Went Polni
M, nnd Cold Spring. The favorite steamboat SLEEPY IIOLji
LOW, Captain James Sherman, leaves Fulton Ferry,
' Brooklyn, at ft o'clock; Christopher street, North River,
8:30; tnlrtj fourth strict. North River, 9 o'clock every
Sunday morning. Faro for the Excursion, $1.
id, gl'MMER ARRANGEMENT.
k HARLEM AND NKW YORK NAVIGATION CO.
^? Commencing July 1, l"72.
Steamers SYLVAN GROVE. SYLVAN STREAM, SYLVAN
GLEN and SYLVAN DELL,
rv Landing at Harlem, 120th street, lOHth street, Astoria,
J Eleventh street and Peck slip.
ii. . Way?Landing at 120th street, 109th street, A?tnria and
,, Eleventh street?Leave Harlem?4, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 A.
I M. ;2, .1, 4, n, 0 and 7:15 P. Mv
i r.Xpress?IjHIIIIIIIK iiti^'iii sutttu ami i ri ll mill iiiui ?
| Leave IIII rip ill?6:30, 7 8 :3D, 9 JO and 10:30 A. M.; 12:30.
I 1 :28, 2:30, 3:30, 4 :30 and 5:30 I'. M.
,,a ! Way?Landing at Eleventh street, Astoria, I09th street
, 120th street ana 130th street?Leave Peek slip?0:16,7,4
ai 9 anil 10 A M.; 12 M.; 1, 3, 4, 8, fi :I5 ami 7 I*. M.
.1 Express? Landing at 120th street anil ITOth street Harlem
?Leave Peek slip?7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30aud II 90 A. M.;
Si 1:30, 2:30 3 :30, 4 6:30 ami t):?1 I'. M.
?? Tile ti A. M. boat from Harlem, unit the 6:15 P. M. from
,/ Peck clip, do not land at 109th street.
/' Freight received from 7 A. M. until 5 P. M.
Schools and picnics taken on reasonable term*.
V; SL'NDAY A ItR AllHEM KNT.
111 Boatn leave Harlem at 8 >30 A M., and hourly and halfhourly
thereafter during the day, lauding at Astoria anil
Kleventh street each trip. I-ast bout leaves Harlem at
7:30 P. M., and Peek slip at 8:13 P. M.
; This la the onlv line connecting with tho regular line of
, boats for High Bridge.
8 Passengers by this line of boats can visit tho Government
Works at Hell (late, Schneider's and Sehutaer'n
Parks at Astoria. (Christ Park and Karl'* Park at North
2,>' New York, anil High Bridge.
J F TALLMAN, Superintendent
'D' OTEAMERS MORRISANIA AND HARLEM. FOR MOR~n
k ' rlsatila, Harlem, Astoria (and Yorkvllle via 92d street,
terry). Leave Fulton Market ?llp at7'.18,8:18, 9:18,10:80
A. M., 1:18 P M., landing at 8th street; 3:1V 4:16 P.M..
landing at 33d street; 6:16, 6 :*), landing at HtU street, and
Y 7 15 P M? except HaturdaT". Leave Mo.-ri-ania at 6 08,
' 7 10.8:18 A M , landing at 8th street; 9 15, 10:15 A. M.. 130
_ P. M., landing at 33d street; 2:48, 4:18, 8:15, (1:15 P. M.,
landing at 8th street. Sunday boats everv hour from 9 A.
M. to 7 P. M., landing within throe minutes'walk of the
" U. S. submarine excavation under the East River, at Hell
"O (late, Astoria. Each trip connects, without delay, with
steamer ('atlln at Morrlsanla for McCotnb's Dam. Moun1
lain House and Kyle's picnic grounds at High Bridge.
QTONINOTON LTNE. FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE
ij and all parts of New England.?Tho splendid
! steamers HTONINOTON and N ARRAUANHETT,
&n from Pier 33, N. R? dallv. at 5 P. M. Tickets sold
ml staterooms secured at 319 Broadway, and Wescoti
H- Express Co.'s offices, 788 Broadway, corner Tenth street,
ck and 1,302 Broadway, corncr Thirty-tilth street
or l>. S HABCOCK, President.
al OUNDAY MOItNINO BOAT* FOR NEWBURO.?TIIK
j, O steamboat Til OS. ('OLLYER leaves fr'>m foot of
Seventh street, East Rivnr. ovary Sunday morning at 7
? o'clock ; Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, 7 3(1: Christopher street,
ly' Not.' York, 8o'clock; Thirtv-fo jrth <fr?et, 8-.30, landing at
llaverstraw. <'..zzeii? (West Poilif}, Cold M?rlrw and Corn
I wall. Returning, will leave Newburg at 2 P. M., artfving
In New York at 6 P. M. Fare, 8ftc.
YACHTS, 8TEA.M?OATS, 4C.
? Tr?OR BALK?STEAMSHIPS, STEAMBOATS. STEAM
I,. 1 Yachts and Steam Tugs by FREDERICK C.
SCHMIDT, No. I Soutji William street.
FOR SALE?A CKNTKEBOARD SCHOONER: CAR.
rles 128 tons coal on seven feet draught; In gixsl order
and ready for business. Address (' . lleraid Hranch
office, corm r Fulton and Boorum streets. Brooklyn.
, flMIO BOAT FOR SALh.-A LARUE AND POWKKFt L
y. 1 Boat, with 22x24 In cylinder, new boiler. machinery
lit good order, and now working In New York harbor;
al'O light draught Borft 15x16 in. cylinder; first class in
every rest ed. Apply lo THOMAS LAW SON, foot We?t
Eleventh street. New York city.
lp WANTED?A SAIL BOAT, 25 TO !? KKI.T UldU.
T T Monp or rat ringed, In dr?t rate order. Addreaa W,
J. 8., Herald office.
?> wtlTEO TO PI/RCHASB
A OOOI) SECOND HAND STEAM ELEVATOR?
With or without KiikIuc and Boiler, wanted. Ad?
drena J. B. WEED, t)7 Dunne ?t.
HYDRAULIC PBKSS WANTED?PLATFORM NOT
le?? than l.i Inches square and 5 to6 reel high, for baitjj
ln? | MM price. Aaarwa box 1,771 roMo(te*i
' TITANTKD?TO PURCHASE AN INVALID'S WHEEL
'? <'halr. Addrew, nUtlng price and wluih, bo* 1,527
office.
\\TANTED?300 FEET OF 2 INCH OR 2?* INCH HI!AFTii
'? i?g. Address A. T. 8., Ilerald office, Htuting price*,
Ar.
H* POMTH AL..
B. POLITICAL PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
I i done at nhort notice by the Metropolitan Printing
Eotablialtnicut, corner of Broadway and Anu rtrect, New
York.

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