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WHOLE NO. 13,140. MKBCTOftl rot 1BVEKTKEU. UH7PEMKVT8?flicoND Pic*? Klrth and sixth columns. ! IHTROLOOY?Eleventh Page?Sixth column. 31LLIARDS?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. WARDERS WANTED?Kletk.hth Page?First,-second, ioariT1 anV Loooiiiif iSches ln^epth ' ^0E_ Third column *** a"?"*? ISOOKtYK BOARD?Eletlitb Page?TbiH,column. IROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR 8AL*- BLrrENTH Pai?e?Fifth column. _ . . UR1NESS OPPORTUNITIES? Twelfth Pace?Fifth column. U8INE8S NOTICES?Setknth Pack?Sixth colniun. ITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Eleventh Pacf? Fourth and tilth columns. LBRKH AND SALESMEN?Twelfth Pauk?Second and third columns _ .. , )ACHMEN AND GARDENERS?Twelfth Paue?Third (ASTWIb'e* STEAMSHIPS?First Page?Fifth and sixth colnraoa. >UNTRY BOARD?Eleventh Pac??Fourlh column. > NCI NO ACADEMIES?Second Pack?Sixth column. tJTriSTRY?Ninth Page?Sixth column. :Y GOODS?First Pads?Second and third columns. CELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED?Second Page?First and second columns. ROPJOAN STEAMSHIPS? First Page?Fifth column. CURSIONS?Second Page?Fourth column. 1ANCIAL?Ninth Page?Third column. R SALE?Twelfth Pauk?Sixth column. RNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Seoord Page?Second column. BNITURE?Ninth Pace? Sixth column. SNCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Twelitu Page?Fourth column. LP WANTED?PEMALE8?Twelfth Page?Second column. LP WANTED?MALES?Twelfth Page?Tnird and fourth columns. *8lis, CARRIAGES, AC.?First Page?Third and fourth columns. "ELS?Eleventh Pass?Third and fourth columns. ;SEB, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Sk.cord Page?Third ana fourth columns. TltUCTlON?Tweiftu Page?Filth column. 3JEYCITY, HOmm, HUDSON CITY AND BER UCl.1 nfi&L LDlAlfifl'AOAUCi r.l.M Mill * AW4 Filth column. N OFFICiSB?Second Page?Fourth column. T AND FOUND?First PACE-First column. HINEltY?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. BLR MANTELS?Second Page?Fourth column. ICAL?twelrfh Page?Fourth column. ,INERY AND DRESSMAKING?First PAU>-Thlrd column. 7ELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth Fiii*? Sixth column. IELLANEOUS?Twelfth Page?Fourth column. ICAL?Second Pace?Sixth coluuiu. JONAL?First Page?First column. IOFORTES?Second Paoe?Fifth column. UCAL?Second Pauk? Four.h column. fOSALS?First Paoe?Fourth column. PESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? Twelfth Paoe?Second column. ?ERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR BALE OR TO RENT?Eletehth Paoe?Filth and sixth columns. KSTATE TO EXCHANGE?Eleventh Pack?Sixth column. u ESTATE WANTED?Eleventh Page?Sixth column. OIOUS NOTICES?First Page?Fourth column, jjg ARDS?First Pack?First and Stroud columns. '.S AT AUCTION?First Paoe?Sixth column. ATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Twelfth Pack? First column. _ ITIONS WANTED?MALES?Twelfth Page?Secand column. IAL NOTICES?First Page?Second column. TING?DOGS, BIRDS, 40.?First Page?Third joluran. IER RESORTS?Eleventh Page?Fourth column. TRADES?Twelfth Page?Fourth column. TURF? First Page?Third column. ET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Second Pact? First column. ELLERS' GUIDE?First Pace?Sixth column. RN1SHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET3f.co.so Pack?Second and third columns. TED TO PURCHASE? First Paoe?Sixth column. UHlSBTfcK UUUMTX riuirtiti i run OAUU un TO liKT?Elkvkntu Page?Fifth colunin. :8. LIQUORS, 4t\?SECOND 1'aok?Filth column. ITS, STEAMBOATS, *0.?Fiest Pauk?fourth colimn. ' IAL.D BRANCH OFFICE?UPTOWN fERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD :IVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, 1,266 BROADWAY, r SIDE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND TDIRTYND STREETS. a ?ERT1KEMENTS ARE RECEIVED FROM 8 A. M. ? P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS 2 TILL 9 (AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHARGE OF N V KIND. ^ PERSONAL. ~ JGEN-OP-ZOOM, NEOKRLANOEN ?DENHEE RE I. W. A. VAN DF.R LINDEN DU TOY.-Wordt oppen, obi zoo Spoedig mogelvk lie try in pertoon, of inittft'.ifde ztch iid to nit Urn ten Sterthuize van to vader don Hecr J. A. du Toy, overieden den 20 1672, to Birgen-op-Z?otn (NederianUen) om daar plnngen wnar te ucmen. J. N.?OOED GEaiST?ALL FROM THE NETHERiands are hereby invited at New York Casino, Ea?t on Bin el, Thursday, August 22. C. S. II I'M. AIK. BURR, FIRST OLD LADY, CALL 125 EAST Twenty-ninth street (English), or Wood'* Museum. EDITH W. 1RMATION WASTED?OF WILLIAM FORSTE, OR iter, who left Havana. Cuba. In 1801: in known to been with General Sherman's army in hi* great it, unci afterwards invalided in Philadelphia. Any nation ahout him, or ihc regiment and company to i he belonged. will he thankfully received by Hin r, in tlii* city, 2:t? Ka*t Thirty-fourth street. Phliala papers please ropy. tRMATION WANTED?OF CHARLOTTE DIXON, Belfast, Ireland ; left Kay A Co.. Manchester, Engfor America. Anv information will be thankfully ed by her sifter. iil,UA JANE DIXON, 112 Second , South Brooklyn. ARY S., WHO LEFT STEAMER ON MONDAY, 12Tn *t., will f.end her pre.?cnt address to the Captain or entn. TO South street. New York, her baggage will be rded, also her brother'*. IELLE CLINTON 18 IN THE CITY SHE WILL ir from on old triend by sending her address within ays to C., Herald ottlce. HIS TO BE ANOTHER DAY OF DISAPPOINTentf Will wait patiently. N. F. 3IE?WHO ANSWERED PERSONAL OK SUNDAY, ly 28, appointing interview 4P, M. next day, at I Central; black silk, white plutne on jockey; was re lor Saralosa next day; your note wait received te to keep the appointment. If you have not fori the pleasant memory of those eyes plcuse address 11.,Jk.x 4,011 Tost office. >Y IN BLACK, WHO NOTICED GENTLEMAN res*od in dark with straw hat entering fourth avears, corner of Thirteenth itrcet, in company of a roan dressed in light color* and with heavy beard, neatly requested to grant an Interview addrrsolinf w box 197 New York Pout office. The lady left car ' r of ''entre and Howard streets. JIB (SHOO FLY)?I WILL RETURN PKO>TfITE ountrv In ttme to Meet you and Jo. at the Fancy Carnival of Le Bean Monde, nt Funk's Union Park, moerS. MATTLB. H CAHBIii HOWARD, FORMERLY AT 33 AMITY street, and now believed to be at Savannah. Is re?d to oommunicutc with WILLIAM JONES, care of k Taylor, stating condition, intentions and prevent v.. s?. I'HER IS HOME AND I AM WITH HER. WILLIAM FIELDS. MA E. HAYDEN.?I AM ANXIOUS TOSEE YOU. Send present address to HAKRY, box 178 Herald 30TE?CALL AT 16 BROAD STREET, AND MAKE 1100,1100. JR MUTUAL FRIEND" WAS AT OLD PLACE AT 4 SW P. M. Frldoy. If agreeable toyou, same place n hour any afternoon next wrck. WHITE CROSS. AR MORRIS-MONDAY, U O'CLOCIC. ATOOA.?PHIL, YOU HAVE TOLD ME A FALSEood. Write or you may see me. ANON. LL THE PARTY WHO WAS LOOKING FOR land for a piano factory, near New York, If not suited is* S., Ilerald office, N. Y. f _ iLL STREET, FRIDAY NIGHT, AT SIX-MEET mo at Bridge street ferry, Tuesday, 3 o'clock P. M. BROOKLYN LADY. LOST AMD FOl'MD, ND-A POCKETBOOK CONTAINING A SMALL mm of money. In the Desbrosaes street car. on dnv, August IS, Iflti. The owner can hare It or if at 92 North Second street, Williamsburg. iT-ON OR ABOUT OCTOBER 11, 1871, BY H. Kr.NNF.DY < CO., Brokers, 11 Broad utreet, New , Certificate Number, 2,i70, lor ten (10) shores of the *1 slock of Hie Hank of North America (In New ). The tinder wUl be liberally rewarded by returnlie Mine to them at their office. Iboii) Strkut, Nkw Yoke, Augmt M, 1R77. 'J."!?'*. Wednesday evening. on twenty. third street, between Filth and Sixth avenue*, a ih of Keys. # reward will be paid to any one who returnjlhc same to the owner, M Wall utreet, room 1?. ST-ON FRIDAY, A JET AND OOLD BREASTPIN, olid fold back, with told pendant*. The Under will ultnbly rewarded by leaving the name with WM UN WOOD, 91 Walljitreet, New Yor~ BT-ON SATURDAY, NEAR FULTON STREET AND Broadway, Drawing ol Railroad Snow Plough. The :r would oblige by returning It to M Jane street, corHudson. ST?POCKET DIART, CONTAINING TI1RF.E NOTES and a small amount of money, a lew day* since. The C will receive a liberal reward by returning it to .1, MT. L. IIEADLEY, .W William street. New York. ST. AUGUST IS?A BUNCH OF KEYS. THK finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving tbem at >rlng Street Market. ST?BANK BOOK NO. M3.111 BOWERY BANK; finder will please leave It at the Bank. RKWARUI. REW AMD? LOST. ?ON R CERTIFICATE OF 100 hares of the Coronna Consolidated Mining Company, evada; two Certificates of So Hha-es ot the same; two Iflcates of M shares of the same , one Draft ot 9700. .drawn by Kotliacbihi in Han Francif?o: a declareor citlzrnsbip In the name of Peter Muller. The iter of the shares and Payment of the draft has l?cn p?d. The reward will lie paid on deliver* ot the re paper* by F W. IIKYNK 4 BNO.. U William street E NE REWARDS. 4>r RKWARD.?LOST IN CENTRAL PARK, BR. SptJ tw. en the Areenal ami Mall Auguat 10, a let and gold Pin, uiarkrd 8 E. O. The finder will receive tlie above reward by lcavlug the Plu atlu2 Went Thirtj -luurth mreet. d?1fk REWARD-FOR THE RETURN OF A tJRAY ?PJw Parrot, lout Friday evening from 17 Lafayette p la<e; had noiali apot on right eye. 4>1 A REWARD.?LOST OR STOLEN", ON THURSDAY IP I"' morning, from M Lewia Htreet, an Italian hound: answers to name of GJpay; above reward will be paid If returned at above number, or HI Kart Fourth atreet. dtjl A REWARD.?LOST, A YELLOW SCOTCH TERV1 V/ liar Slut: had on collar with padlock and plate. The above reward will be paid by returning her to DELMONICO'B, Fourteenth street and Fifth avtttiue. AQA REWARD?LOST, S P. M., SATURDAY, IN I t'niverslty place car, a gold hunting case Watch, marked V. Any one returning Mine to J. McALLEY, 63 Broaihvay, will reccire the above reward. dfellih REWARD?DOG LOST.?VERY LARGE ST. ?J."? Bernard; altered; Mark bodv, white t*treak aown the breast, long, line hair, small howl and earn, left upper eyetoo'h greaujr discolored. Return to 19 Cooper Institute. UNITED STATES DETECTIVE AGENCY, W Nassau afreet. All kinds of detective business undertaken. BPECIAL NOTICES. At a special meeting op the board of School Trustee* of the Sixth ward, held Saturday, August, 17.1S71, the following resolutions were ottered Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to Hr. 11 nmlli> Brennan in this, hla sad hour of bereavement, ii^he death of his wife, whom an all-wise Providence hiui thought proper to take unto himself. Resolved, That the flags on the schools of the Sixth ward be placed at half-mast ou the day ol the funeral. TERENCE FOLEY. THOMAS W. CASKY. THOMAS D. CONROY. RICHARD KNABE. MICHAEL McCARTY, Chairman. A A?KENTUCKY PUBLIC LIBRARY DRAWING. il< Biggest and best thing of the day; square elianre for a fortune tor $10; Concert and distribution of $.VK>,?W to ticket holders, under the management of ex-Governor Thomas E. Brainlette, September 2*, 1?72. Send for ticket* or circulars to Malor THOMAS II. HAYS, Branch office, OW Broadway, corner Houston at reef. Tickets can aUo be found with John T. Edge, 18 Broad street; McKenxte A Devlin. 31 Nassau airoet; Goodrich & Anderson, 1,213? Broadway ; Joseph Bates, lab Broadway, and J. Scott Olbaou, 662 Broadway. A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF" THE FINEST BONbona ia constantly to be found at L. EBERT'S, all at moderate prices, and warranted strictly pure. L. EBE11T, 60 East Twelfth street, three doors west of Broadway. A?A.?MONEY LOANED ON LIKE POLICIE9 IN . first class compnnles and on other securities, at 87 Liberty street, up stairs, A?ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. PRICES REDUCED. . J. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall street, box 4,8W Post office, New York. ALL THE OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE KENtncky State Lotteries on flic. Information Riven. GEORGE CLARK, Broker, No. 1 Astor place, corner of Broadway. A -HAVANA LOTTERY, AT REDUCED PRICES. . Kentucky Lottery Drawings on tile. JOSEPH BATES, 190 Broadway, room 4. A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. BKIfTL'CKY ? hXTRA CLASH NO. 491? AUCUST 17. 1H72. 82, 7'. 26, 21, 40, 76, 71, 69, 38, 62, 7. 18. 1BNTCCET?CLASS NO. 492?AUGUST 17, 1872. 47, 57, 54, 51, 26, 17, 15, 50, 5fl, 49, 37, 73. FAKUCAH?BXTKA CLASS NO. .I'll?AUGUST 17, 1872. 9, 515, 11, 62, 4. 14, 32, 17, 7fl, 16, 5(1, 43. FADUCAH?CLASS NO. 312?AUGUST 17, 1872. 78, 47, 15. ISO. 60, 73, 44, 31, 64, 37, 54, 7. SIMMONS k CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. Address J. CLUTE, Broker, 200 Broadway: Post orhcc box 4.969. A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF ROYAL HAVANA and Kentucky State Lotteries always on file. J. CLUTE, Broker, 208 Broadway, 188 Fulton street, No. 2 Park row; Po?t office box 4,96ft Banning truss and brace company. New and improved self-adjusting, non-fHetlon Brace Truss, Abdominal and Spinal shoulder Braces and other surgical adiuncta. tor saleand applied at 312 Broadway. _ CALEDONIAN CLUB.?THE MEMBERS OF THE NEW York Caledonian Clah are requested to meet at tlio Club House, tills (Sunday) afternoon, 18th Inst, at two o'clock, and attend the tvneral of Clansman William S. Montgomery, who died suddenly on the 16th Inst. The fnneral will take place from the Club House. By order of JOHN WOOD, Vice President. T, TV RnaieiiTsair. Corresnondinz Secretary. C1HROMOS IN QUANTITIES TO BUIT.?THE AMERI) CAN CHROMO COMPANY, 743 Broadway, New York. Is prepared to rupply Chromos for prizes, Ac.; Portrait*, Chroinos, Show Cards, Ac., engraved and lithographed to order In the shortest possible time. Hercules mutual life assurance society of the United States. Capital 1AO.OUO. w. r. morgan. pm t. k. b. wortmann, Sec'y. LOUIS BAliRR, General Agent. JOSEPH FLEiSCHL, Superintendent of the German Department, 2.10 uraud street. New York. A few reliable men wanted t? canvass for this society. Apply at the Home office, MO Broadway. New York. MME. GRAY MAY BE CONSULTED FOR ALL IMSeases of the skin, eruptions, moles, freekUs, dlscolorations, Ac., and lor diseases of the scalp, loss of hair ami premature baldness. Hours 10 to 5 daily. Sole an< nt for Deinrges' celebrated French cosmetics, ill Lafayette place, New York. Nickel pens By de la rue. Writo smooth. Do no splatter. Royal Havana lottery, kentivky state and German Lotteries.?Official drawings of abovo Lotteries kept on file. I). LIN DO, Bioker, 418 Sixth av., and 84 East Eighteenth St., near Broadway. W- ANTED?BY A DENTIST, WHO IS A STKANGER In the city and has hist all his property by Arc, a few good parties; will divide the profit with them, or any way to help me to get a start upain; a lull guarantee as to ability. Call or address DENTIST, lt>4 Kittri avenue. iftt -^PoLi8II~ED"'GRANITE MONUMENTS, FROM $2S. Kree on board ship for ony part of America. Inscription* accurate, and beautiful pla'ns ami prices free from JOHN W. LE(i(iE. Sculptor, Aberdeen, Scotland. $-OQ CQO IS DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEOALIzcd Kentucky State Lottery;$100,000, gold, was drawn In Royal Havana Lottery at Cuba August 17. Address DALEY A CO. (office established 30 ears), 174 Broadway. JflORTUNE TELLING AS A SCIENCE. HOW TO CATC 11 GLIMPSES OF THE FUTURE. ALL ABOUT DREAMS. FACTS FOR THE SUPERSTITIOUS. cvv unvnivo Tvr ruiii* SEE MONDAY'S TELEGRAM. BEE MONDAY S TELEGRAM. DRV GOODS. ^ T. STEWART A CO. frill open on MONDAY, Auctist 19. KOVELTIES IN AUTUMN SILKS, and DRESS GOODS of the latest styles and finest nunlitles, ilinported exclusively fur their RETAIL KALEd. Also EXTRAOKD' ,'.U!Y BARGAINS In LADIES' IMPORTED SILK' NECK 8CAKKS, $1 and $1 25 each, worth 91 W und $1 li. LADIES' BROWS HALDRIGGAN HOSE. 11 sizes, $1 26 per pair, worth at least (1 75. LADIES' PURE CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, hemstitched and corded borders, 3 per do/.cn upwards. Orders for MOURNING, as well as the moit FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING, under competent direction, EXECUTED AT TWO DAYS' NOTICE. MAIL ORDERS for samples PROMPTLY FORWARDED. Also descriptive list books, giving prices of * a nrroi i< V' fit1 DiVB A D iiAIflbO V^^HUTf WEDDING TRUS8EAUX nd INFANT8' WARDROBES COMPLETE. BROADWAY, FOURTH AVENUE, NINTH AND TENTII STREETS. AT B H. MATT * CO.'S GRAND CENTRAL FANCY AND DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. CLEARING OL'T ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ENLARGING CLEARING OUT . ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ENLARGING CLEARING Ol'I Wo are now ENLARGING CLEARING OUT roakinff exten- ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ilvo altera* ENLARGING CLEARING OUT tlons and ad- ENLARGING CLEARING OUT dltlon* to our ENLARGING CLEARING OUT antabll'hiiient ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ami olmli ho ENLARGING CLEARING OUT in a hurrah ENLARGING CLEARING OUT all rummer. ENLARGING CLEARING OUT We are clear- ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ItlfT out all our ENLARGING CLEARING OUT Ko.rfl* at very ENLARGING CLEARING OUT low prtcW, lor ENLARGING CLEARING GUT we must have ENLARGING CLEARING Ol'T room. ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ENLARGING CLEARINO HI T ENLARGING CLEARING OUT ENLARGING CLEARING ?UT ENLARGING R. II. MACY A CO., Fourteenth *tre?t and sixth avenue. A -PARIS FASHIONS.?MADAME DUVAL IIAH RE moved (Y<>m 7<">2 Broad * ay to 21 Eii*t Twentieth ptreet, near Hroadway. I?nfeit noveltic* tor drewmnking and pattern* iu?t received. AT V. VIGOUR'H'VS. Iff FOURTH AVENUE?HTAMPin?, Kinln oirtr rv, Lingerie e?tahll?hinent} Ladle*' and Rable*' Trou**< ?n\ ; *| e.'lHlty of Initial*; Monogram* for liandkerchlel)i, table and hfd clothe* embroidered to order; the large*! trtix'k o? Imported Kmhroldered Good*. Wholesale entrance. 69 East Twelfth *treet. JJOP BAGGING, WOOL BAGGING. COTTON BAGGING. for Mle hj DAVID LAMB k CO, If* Duane Mreet W YO SW YORK, SUNDAY, AUG DHYGOODg. GO TO MEARES'S, SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH STREET, FOR GREAT BARGAINS. SellhiK oft entire xtook _ AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. _ LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S i Linen and Lawn Suit*, Hat*, Ac.; Black and Summer Silk* and Drew Goods, Ribbon*, Dregs Trimminirs and Velvet*, Uoiiery, Glove* and I ndergannentt, Roman and Plain Windsor Tie*, Millinery Goods and French Flower*. . _ Underclothing. Corseti, Panier?, Eiubroiderle*. i*aci m, llandkeri liiel* and Valb, nouseKeeping Mini uomeant: *11 much uador pre v riling rates lor a lew day*longer. RICHARD MKAREfl. Sixth Hveiiue and Nineteenth street. Hair, hair, hair.?hhaws patent hair, equal lo human hair; can be combed and brushed; Nwltchfri, 60c.; Human Hair, cheapest and best In the market; solid Switches one yard long. $3; Frcnch Switches, $4; Curls, $1 and upwards; ladies'own hair made over, 25c.; latent styles always on hand. SU Bowery, opposite Third street, and near Great Jones, up stairs, and 363 Sixth avenue, between Twcntv-accond and Twenty-third streets, up stairs. NILLINBRV AND DUBMSMAKIKU, At maison wai.ton, wu Broadway, above Union square, Importers of Paris Bonnets and English Round Ilatd from the leading houses; novelties received monthly. Any lady can learn the whole art of dress fitting, by the latest, simplest and most perfect system in u?e, tor fill. No pay till satisfied. Easy terms of payment during the quiet season if desired. PARISIAN FORMULA, ?9 Ctli ?v. Fall bonnets, wholesale and rbtail-nkw styles of Kail hats; milliners and strangers call; Travelling Bonnets and Ladies' Hat*. BI.VNS' Millinery, 647 Broadway, up stairs. Avoid mL-tnke?save tills. PARIS MILLINERY?MADAME FERRKRO HAS REnioved from No. 6 Lafayette place to No. 7 West Thirtieth street; ehgant bonnets and round hat* of the latest Paris style; mourning bonnets, Ac. Ribbon and millinery cjoods ruvers wanted.?k. ii. macy a co., 14th st. and 6th av.. want a buyer for the above stocks; mutt understand the business thoroughly and be well posted In the New York market. Apply by letter only, giving New York city rcierenco and alary expected. HfUH'lliHU?UUUO, UilllJS, M. FOR SALE?A LARGE THOROUGHBRED NEWfoundlund Dog, 1 year old. Apply at ICO West Twuiuyfirst street. THK TURK. HALL'S DRIVING PARK, COVEY ISLAND ROAD. Tuesday?Special put>c, with live entries. Wednciluy?Coroner K. CilmAx and Fanny Fern. Friday?Match $200; Tommy Dodd and Fogarty's mare. Monday, August20?Pigeon Shooting, nnd every following Mondav. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday?Trotting and Running Horses. HALL'S DRIVINO PARK.?PURSES FOR AUGU8T 27, 28. 29 and SO. $100 cach for horses that hnve never beaten 3 minutes, 2:60, 2:40, and tree tor nil; mile heats, 3 in 5, In harness. $loo for Brooklvn road horscsjthat hnvc never beaten $2: IA; go to roaa wagons. Entries close .-Saturday, August 24. j^ARATOGA RACES. SECOND MEETING, 1872. FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. MONDAY, AUGUST 19. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22. All the good race horses In the country will be present. The progrnmine Includes Hurdle Races and Steeple Chases, besides numerous Flat Races, nt all distances. W. R. TRAVERS, President. C. Wbbatlt, Secretary. HOR8E6, tARRIAUKN, ?C. AT THE AUCTION HOUSE OF JOHNSTON A VAN TAS8ELL, office and salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite the Post office. THE HORSE AND CARRIAOE BRANCH of our business is conducted at our HOR8K AUCTION MART, lie,112and 114 EAST THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR FOURTH AVENUE, where we hold regular SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. GENTLEMEN WISHING TO PURCHASE, OR THOSE having Horses or Carriages to sell, will find our house perfectly reliable, as we conduct this branch of our buslncw, as we do all our other hti?incss, on the some straightforward principles which govern honorable houses in all mercantile pursuit*. WE GIVE THE PURCHASER OF EVERY HORSE that Is warranted sound from 24 to 48 hours for trial. ENTRIES FOR SALE OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES can be made at our downtown office and salesroom, 37 Nassau street, where we also Keep a register of Horses for private sale. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. -,M>IIN D. HAMLIN. AUCTIONEER.?SPECIAL and peremptory auction -ale ot four fine, road and fainllv Horses, city "built rm d Wagons, names*. Blanket*, Sad (ike, Ac., ai private stable 49 West Thlrtitclh strict, near Wood's Museum, at 10:30 A. M., on Monday, August 19, the property of Mr. Brandon and partner, civil engineers, whu,'C business calls them to a % esteru contract at once. Consisting of a dark brown Kentucky bred gelding, Morgan stock, lft 2 high, 7 years old; cost, together with hU mate last Spring, $1,250, in Louisville (bis mate ilicd at Long Branch one month ago); Is a .-mouth and pleasant driver; can trot in 3:30; afraid or no cars; has heavy tail; been used by r lady single since the death of his mate, and Is warranted sound and kind. Gay and stylish Roan Trotting Mare Dorcas; was sired old, 15.2,'i hiirh; raised In Suratoga county, und trotted there In"t tall in 3M}i, winning a valuable told watch; has no public record. but ran, hv proper training, bent her lire; Mic I- tree and pleasant on the bit, afruld of nothing and warranted sound and kind. Elegunt extra stylish and well developed bright Bay Patchen Maro, raised in Orange county; ih 15.3 high and 7 yean old; has l nu, flowing tall; kind and amiable In disposition; has been used the past suuiiner at Long Branch by an invulid lady to lady's phaeton; in lair and lust; can (rot ill 3:10 und Is afraid of no enrs; m a Mrltct beauty while standing or moving. Id a superior I'amilv or road beast, and is warranted sound and kind. ltriKht bay (leldlng, I5.2U high, only 7 }ears old; is a very gamy driver, tough and liaidv roadster; no road too long lor him; will trot to park ph.v ton in 3 is an excellent. polo hor?e ; stands without t; in#; well acclimated and accustomed to eity pavements, having been used lor two years by prewnt owner, and is warranted sound and kind" Top Stiver* Wagon, good as new; open Road Wagon, by Brewster; Dunscoimt, Trainor and Crossinun single and double road and couch Harnesses; Saddle by Trainor; Blankets, Sheets, Nets, Alglmns, Whips, Ac. Mo postponement. The highest bidiier gets the property. Stable to let and a good COO hniun to hire. Auction sale?by vauttos * cooke, tieneral Auctioneers. CURTI.N'8 UVKHV STABLE. HORSES, WAOONS, COACHES, HARNESS. ON WEDNESDAY. AUOt'ST 21, 1872, AT 11 O'CLOCK, the entire stock of Stable .192 and 394 Broadway, William "burg. Full particulars hereafter. At waldron * cooke's Downtown Horse Mart, Cedar, New Church ami Liberty street*. MONDAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK, an extra large auction pule Good Horses, Road Wagons, Buggies. Harness of all kimls, Ac. A -TWO ELEGANT ESTABLISHMENTS, AT . public auction, at BARKER A ClIASK'S City Auction Mart and New York Tattervnlls, coiner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street, consisting of KAMILV ESTABLISHMENT, comprising an extra flue and closely matched pair of Bay Geldings, Kentucky bred, 10 high, A and ?years old; very prompt, extra stylish and pleasant drivers; sharp roadsters; fcar nothing; warranted sound and kind. Also, un elegant Landaulet, made by Wood, Brothers A Co., new last November; Horn ss, by Ferrell; blankets, Ac.; sold for want of use. LADY'S PHAETON TURNOUT, consisting of the fait Black TrotUng Pony Clarence; wan sired By Hero; i* 13 high, 8 vears old; tin cxtrn tine prompt and easy driver; bus trotted at Pruipcct Park In 1 XtU; l? afraid of nothing and warranted sound and kind; lian been driven try a lady the part two year*. Also, an elegant city mnde Top Pony Phaeton, Harness, Blanket*, Ac.; cold only on account of owuer going to Europe. PROPERTY can now be seen at the Mart. At reduced prices?58 liberty street. Light Carriage* and Harness, Elegant new s'yle Rockaway*, Top Wagon*. Pony I'linc. ton* and road Wagon*?best make and flui-ii, and offered t Great bargain* for cash. JOHNSTON k VAN TASSELL, Si Liberty street. Auction hale ok horses. OSGOOD A CO., Office and salesroom 126 chambers street, will sell in the public Hiiunre, corner of West Broadway and Chamber* street, WEDNESDAY, August 22. at 1 P. M., Horses, Wagon* and Humes*. Details on Tuesday. A GROCERY OR EXPRESS WAflON. SIX-HHAT Rockawar, Top Buggv and Dog Curt, In perfect order. cheap; new and .second-band Carriage*, all styles, lowest popular price*. manufacturers' UNioN, 688Broadway. A CARRIAGE DSFOT, Ml WBBT hroaDWAY, near Canal street.?Orriageg of all kind'*, both new and *eeond hand, Cheapest pl:ice in city. ('all and examine before buying elsewhere. A-t CART, LITTLE USED; LIOHT COUPE. IN excellent order, at low price*; large variety of new Carriages and Harness, greatly reduced. HAM'S, Fourth street, near Broadway. A?THE FOLLOWING SECOND nAND VEHICLES for *ale cheap One hall-lop Phaeton, Stivers tS-10 One Coupe RocUawa.v, Miner A Steven* OT1 one curtain Kwiaway, i,m\ roncc mu One 4-mirin;; Top Turnout hrat iHig Cart W5 one Clurt'iicc, Wood brother" MO Hrew<t?r k Co. (ol llroomc street) Top and No-top Wagon*. A. 8. FI,ANI>KAC, Ifo. 7 Kait Eighteenth utrcet \YARtSTY OF HnrTIM tor, RO TOP ANI) ll,>ad W agons, four irnt ltocknway, Sulky, urcnnd ' hand Hu^gles un I itotiMe set ol Mariiox. MKOROK I. M?M>I?K, S7? Rowtrr. j A IfLIXDID ASSOKTMI VT Iff ROAD AMD TOP I J\ Wagon*", Iti'fn' Roofciiw ny*, Rnsket Kliiirtoiia, new vfn<l ?ron I hnint, lor ?ale client* at ?<>l Nu'ri KAClOHV llu Ea*l 1'Jfch rtreet. n?ar Third BTrnun. RK H JUST 18, 1872?TRIPLE SH HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC." _ Aoray MEK8ENOER MARE, 15K HANDS, TWOseated covered Waiion anil Harnett*, for sale-, price, *2W. _Applyot a East Hlxty-nluth street For hale-a very handsome bay pony, i? band:!, dyears old, wmnd and kind; also Duscntiury k VandUKcr top Wagon and llarneaa; oeparately or tonK,.... V... ..? .... /V... k.. ? Oft u ...< >Y7 East Twenty-etahth street. For kale?phaeton-. fine; new-, cheap, call at MARKERT'S, Lexington avenue, near Twentyfourth street. For sale?a fine chestnut mare, is hands high, 9yearn old; can trot in 2:46; together with new Top Brewater Wagon and new Harness by Conierford; price $7U0. Alw> line black Mare, 16 hand* 1 met*. 6 years old; trot in 3 minutes; price $: />?. Hotli horses Hilly warranted. Apply to JOSEPH TOWNL8Y, Boulevard stable*, 155 and 157 Went Fiftieth street. __ For sale?a beautiful light wagon pole. used two months: cost $.*), price $19. To be. aeen at <7 South srteet, third floor. _ _ For sale?a fair of fine ray bombs, m hands, V and 10 years old. A line hay coupe Horse, 16 hand*, to matcli the above, tf years. Mill be sold cheap, the owner leaving the clly. WM. COGSWISLL, 215 Lexington avenue and Thirty-third street. For sale?a complete ti'rnoi t, consisting ot a pair of Horses, 15>? hands high, all sound and Kind ; can .-how .1 minutes under the wat"h ; one a black, the other che tnut. Also a new Brewster (of Broome street) Top Wagon, pole apd shafts; and a set of Double Harness, made by Wood k fiihs n, all in complete order. The above to be sold nil account of the owner leavln r the city. The owner of the above can be seen from S to 12 for twu days at his rasidence, 17V West Forty tilth street UOH SALE?A GOOD IIMKSK. SET Ml' HARNESS AND r a Carpenter'* Watfon. Apply at litt Harrow street, I between Hudson and ureenwlcn. Ipor sale?a young horse, pony built, 6 years old; suitable tor allbusluess or doctor's wagon; price $175. Inquire at 4tu \* "Ni Thirteenth street. tlOH KALE?A HORSE, 8 YEARS OLD; SUITABLE 1 lor truck or cart; aLo a single Truck and Harness, at SV4 1hlrd avenue, South Urooklyu. T/IOU SALE?THE HANDBOMB8T KENTUCKY HADr die Horse in New York, sired by Alexander's noted horse Edwin I'orrest, 6 years old, without fault or blemish, and worthy the attention ot nny gentleman desiring really Arm class animal. Sold low, as the owner ha* no use tor him. Apply at Boulevard stables, Fiftieth street, near Seventh avenue. For bale-a number ok m sisrss waoonsall fizrs, to Hint all purposes to carrv from 800 to :i,#0? weIglit; some platform springs to suit wholesale dealers. You will find tills place favorable, at the corner of Navy and Johnson street, nnd aiS Johnson street. Brooklyn. IpOR sale?A horse, price $100; SUITABLE 1 for grocery or express business. Address 741) Ninth street, near ft venue i?. For salk-a handsome saddle or duoho Pony, 14^a hands, sound and warranted safe lor'ady or children to ride or drive; ho Is perfect in every respect. A. HANKINsON, No. ? East Nineteenth street TilOK SALE?A SUPERIOR SADDLE AND PHAETON r Horse, suitable for ludy lo ride and drive; trained by professor or' horsemanship; warranted perfect Can be seen at 23 West Thirteenth street. For hale?cheap, a powerful iron oray llorse, or will exchange for a smaller one. 274 East Houston street, opposite Suffolk. FOR SU.E I'll K A I*?A PAIR OK ROAD HORSES, 16 hands fetgli; one h a.-k, 6 years old ; one steel gray, 9 years old ; last, sound, kind nnd pertectiu every respect. Address box 4,860 Post otllce. Four truck nortsEs and two double Trucks 'or tale.?Sold for want of OM, Applv at pavement yurd corner avenue A ami Twenty-second street. Harness at reduced prices. Splendid lino just received?new styles?all hnndsewed ; warranted every way, and at prices that can't bo approached, much less liraten. JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL, 8S Liberty street. Harness harness harness, harness.? Every description, single anil double, new and second hand; lot, slightly soiled, at bargains. MAMll'At'TLRCKS UNION, (i'ts Broadway. Horsb and waoon.?a beautiful mo roan dark sorrel Mnre, fi years, 16 hands; sound and kind, single and double, and tine saddle horse; also single rent, very light Komi Wagon. Apply at. W. EMUTT'8 stables, Seventh avenue and Twenty-second street. MANUFAOTtRERS' UNION HEADQUARTERS.?IMDiemo stock of every style Carritigos; several second liaml and *ll?>itlv soiled Carriages, all at reasonable priccs; all atyles Harness. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 6.T8 Broad way. _ PONY PIIAF.ION, *7S; TWO TOP WAGONS, $100; ALSO a Rood a- snrtment of all styles new and second hand Oarhogea, consisting of Coachcii, tHcrmices, Landaus, (loupes, H?.ck.a'vfl_vs, Depot Wa /ons, top and open Flutetons, Ac., 4c.; also a tine lot ot Harness. Kobe*, Sheets, Whips, Ac., *c. W. II. OKAY, 20 to 29 Wooster street Rare chance.?dark brown horse, white point*: 4 vear* old, 16.2 hands; Hambletonifin and Morgan ;> .xitut and kind; ean heat t'ireo minute*. Address F. G. 0., Englewood, N. J. OADDLRRY. HARNESS, HORSE CLOTHING MANUO tactured extensively by C. B. SMITH i CO., 40 Warren street. TO LET-BY THE DAY OR MONTH, Tf)V BUGGIES. Ituad Wagons, Phaetons, Dog Carts, Ilocknwuys and Hum at i.vt Went Forty-ttrrt street. rpo LET?A SPLENDID ST A li 1,1', WITH SEVEN SEW J. stalls, place for coaches and wagons; rent low. Applv at Hud?cn Exchange Hotel, corner Tenth avenue and rhl'. tlet i street. TO LET-PART OF STABLE. WANTED TO BUY, Horte, Harness and lifiiit covered Express Wagon. Apply at LANULEY'S Sewing Machine Emporium, ID University place. \\TE OFFER FOR SALE, AT VERY LOW FIGURES. TT live no top Wagons, onr own make, all of tho lutc^t pattern*; hung low and but little u-ed, weighing respectively 17M, lfc>, l.->2. 121 and P?i llw. BBEW8TER * CO., 84 Fifth avenue. XMTANTED? A GOOD HORSE, WAGON AND HARNESS, TV for renl estate in Westchester county; free and clear liorsc; must bo speedy. E. A. CONK LING, 102 Broadway. WANTED?A BOMB, SOUND AND KIND, TH AT CAN show under the watch 2:40 to 2:42, in exchange for good city lots ill Newark, N. J. Address box 240 Herald office. "\ITANTED TO RENT?A SMALL STABLE FOB LIV\f ery business; rent about SI,2K); or would buy out a small Ll'verv business, If paying a living; or would make loan (secured) and take salary. Address LIVERY, | Herald office. dfcl Fft -FOB SALE AT A SACRIFICE, A DI SEV J]p li)u. bury & Van Duzcr lop Wugon and a setoi light Harness, one year old. Appiy at a?o r.asi ronriecmn m. d<1 ~/k -A BAY MAKE, FIVE YKAR-i OLD. PitJU. M hands, for Mlc; high, sound nnal kind: very fast and perfect beauty; al?o lUlit Wagon and Harness. Ml West Twcnty-fllth street. J./. ?-/k FOR A STYLISH FAIR OF HORSES. I'M A I JpO'JU ton and Harness: perfectly gate lor ladies to drive; cold tor want of use. Address HLACICHaWK, West Hide Advertisement Ofllce, 3(18 Went Twenty-third atreet. dfcon nan to exchange for MAX. estate? V^UtyUv AjnttmM.ntele Europe, will exchange Homes, Colts and Brood Mares, ol' the most fashionable and best trotting (trains, for Heal Estate ; a rare chance for horsemen and breeder*. Address EQUITABLE, Herald oftlco. yoMuw telling as a science. UOW TO CATCH GLIMPSES OF THE FUTURE. ALL ABOUT DREAMS. FACTS FOR THE SUPERSTITIOUS. SEE MONDAY'S TELEGRAM. SEE MONDAY S TELEGRAM. SEE MONDAY'S TELEGRAM. nELIOIOlS \OTKICM. IRBBB CHURCH OF ST. MART THE VIRaiff, WEST 1 Forty firth street, near Broadway.?Full choral services, with holy communion, 7 and 10%, A. M. Compline 8 P. M. open all summer. YACHTS, HTRAMBOATS, ?w< . i N ELEGANT STEAM YACHT for BALE?IN rag. ..A feet order and now In service. Apply to E. H. l.l'DLOW A No. S Pine street. ABARGR FOR HALE?OP 400 TONS, LIGHT draught of water; in complete order for use. Apply on Monday to GEO. 'iOWNSEND, foot of Gouverneur street. IflOR SALE?A NEW IRON TUO BOAT, 118 FEET ' Inni'. 2t ieet beam, 9 f*et hold, engine 34 slid. L. P. NEAFI A LEVY, Penn Works, Philadelphia. ItOR BALE -THE CABIN SLOOP YACHT EMILIE IN f.r*iclass order; mu?t be sold, owiit has no tue tor her. Apply on board, loot of West Thirty-fourth street. Infill SAI.R CHEAP?RLOOP YACHT. 411 PP.FT I.nVfl r 14 beam; draw* 27 iflclirB: roomy cabin, handsomely furnished; last anal able. Apply at 77 Hleecker street, or to Captain HEN BROWN, Astoria, L I. WANTKI) TO ML'Y CIIKAP-A ROWHOAT, PROM 12 ? T to 15 feet long; a barguin. AdurcsaJ. K. 1'., Herald office. vrACHT.-KOR BALE, a Kin ST CLASS FAST YACHT; 1 open; 2K let t long; 12 feet be mil : sloop rig ; with topanil, awiilri*, yawl, *c. Address bo* 720 Post office# 7r, BOATS OK A I.I. KINDS ANI> Sl/.KS AND SPOON J oar* at mv shops 368 and S7S Mouth street and 114th street, Harlem River. STEPHEN RoHERTd. PROPOSALS. rpo CONTRACTORS. 1 Proposals lor Riprap at West Rank Orriur. or tub CoamssioHxns or quahantixf, a No. 2 k?i iiisoK Count, J Nrw York, Auuu-t 13,1*72. ) \ Proposals per cubic v^rd for about *?,onu cubic yards oi ' Riprap corresponding with that now on the premises, I ami to lie placed as directed, sealed and endorsed ns above ! will tie received by the undersigned at the office ot tho I Commissioners of Quarantine nntil 2 o'clock P. M. of the 3tl day of .*cpt4>ml>cr,at which time they will be publicly 1 opened. The Board rcaerves to itself, under tne law, ] their discretion to reiect any bid which It may not deem lor the interval of ihc state to ucceut. RICHARD BcnELL, ) Commisaioneri A. N. HELL, > of SAMUEL BARTON, ) Quarantine. I % A. OAKKY HALL, Mayor ol New Yuri. M. 8. roWF.i l. *avor of Brooklyn. ' ERAI EET. KVROPKiN STRAWS HIPS. CiUNARD LWI ) THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAIi MAIL HTEAMdllll'B, BETWEEN NEW YORK AND MYERPOOL, CALLING AT CORK HARBOR. nton RCW YORK. TOO* NKW YOU*. SCOTIA.. .Wcd'day, Auif. 21 AI.OEUIA. K?:May, Auk. 24 IAVA Wcd'day, Aug. 2K PARTHI A.Sat'day. Am*. 81 CHINA....Wed'day, Sept. 4 CALAIUMA Hat'dy, Kept. 7 RUSSIA.. .Wed'day. l??-pt. 11 ABYSSINIA Sat'dv, S*pt 14 CUBA Wvd'day, Sept. Irt HATA VI A..Sat da.v, Hcpt 21 ? Ami i'vkpv fitlliiwin!/ VViu(h4>i1iiv utid SAfiirilMV from New York. Kates of parage?Cabin, $f*\ $101 and $130. sold, ac- | cording to accommodation. Tie*?tn to Pari*, $16, gold, | additional. Keiurn ticket* on favorable t?rms. Steerage, $30, currency, Steerngo ticket* from Liverpool and Qneenstown nnd all parts ot Europe at lowest rtitc*. Through hill* of | lading given tor Bellast, Ulasgow, Havre, Antwerp and , other port* on the Continent and for Mediterranean i port*. For freight and cabin pa?taue apply at ihe company'* ortlre. No. 4 Bowling Oreen; tor steerage pa?snge, . at 111 Broadway, Trluli v Hulldlng. CI1AH. U. FRANCKLYN, Agent 1NMAN LINK. For Queenatown and Liverpool.?Royal mall steamers are appointed to i>aM rts follow < CITY OF MONTREAL, Saturday, August 24,10 A. M. CITY OK BRUSSELS, Saturday. August 31, 2 P. M. CITY Or NEW YOKK, Thur*iay, Sunt. 6. 7 A. M. CITY OK PARIS, Saturday, Sept. 7, H A. M. CITY OP LIMKRfOK, Thiirwlav, Sept. 12, 1 P. M. CITY OF ANTWERP, Saturday, Sept. 14, a P. M. And cacb euecccdlng Saturday and Thursday, iroin ider 45 North Klver. ATKR OF PA**AGK. Payable In Gold. Payable In Currency. FlrntCahln $7# Steerazo $30 To iAindon HU To London 90 To Pari.* 90 To Paris ,TH Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Swf uoiJ, Norway una Denmark at n dueoil rules. Ticlicts can be bought here at nio lorata rates by per- ! Kit is wishing to send for their friends. For further information apply at the company's office. JOHN O. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway. New York. North oerman lloyd steamship company. For Southampton anil Bremen. The steamship 11 ANSA, Captain E. llrioken-tWii, will sail on Wednesday, August 21, 2 P. M., from Bremen pier, loot Third street, lioboken; to be followed by Steamship MAIN. Captain K. Von Ortercndorp, on Saturday, August 24. Kates ot Passage to London, navre and Bremen, payable in gold or Its equivalent In currency. First cabin ... $120 Second cabin . 73 Htee rage SO For freight or passage apply to OELRICHB ft CO., Agents, No. 2 Bowling Ureen. White star line. New York, Cork and Liverpool. New and full-powered steamships, the largest iu the world. ocean 0, baltic, majehl'ic, adriatic, republic, celtic, atlantic, 11,000 tons burden, 3,000 horse power oacli. Sailing from New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on Thursday*, calling at Cork Harbor each way. BALTIC AugiiHt 24, at 10 A. M. REPUBLIC August 31, at 41*. M. OCEANIC September 7, at 8:30 A. M ADRIATIC September 14, at 3:301*. M>. From the Whito Star dock, l'avonln lerry, Jertey City. Passenger accommodations for all classes unrivalled, combining safety, speed and comfort. Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms 111 midship section, where least motion is felt. Surgeons and stewardesses accompany the steamers. Rates?' oloon, $S0 in gold; steerage, $30 in currency. Those wishing to send for friends in the Old Country can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $33 currency. Passengers booked to or from all parts of America, Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia, China. 4o. limits trom ?1 upward. For Information apply at the company's office, 19 Broadwav. New York. Bill* of lading Issued through to Continent*)! ports. J. H. SPARKS, Agent. IflMAY, 1MRIE * CO., 19 Water street, Liverpool, and No. 7 East ludia avenue, Leadeuhall street, L011J011. National line of steamsiiii-h. Weekly to Qnceiistowu and Liverpool, fortnightly to and from London direct. TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, Irom piers 44 and 47 North Itlver. CANADA, Webster Saturday, August 24, at 0:30 A. M Sl'AlX, Ora'-e Saturday, August31, at 9:30 P. M OREliCE, Saturday, September 7, at 8:30 A. M EOYPT, Orogan Saturday, September 14, at 2 P. M for london liireot. HELVETIA, Orlggs... .Wednesday, August 28, at 2 JO P. M EK1N, Lawson....Wednesday, September 11, at 10:30 A. M DENMARK, Sumner... .Wednesday, Sept. 25, at 11:80 A. M Cabin passage, $05 and $75,1 urrenoy. Steerage, $?8, currency. i Pre [in ill steeraue tickets from Liveruool. Oneenstown. Londonderry, Glasgow or London, $33, currency. For turtlier Information applv at the company's office, 69 Broadway. F. W. J. HURST, Manager. TTNITED HTATE8 MAIL LINK.?STEAM TO QDEENS. L town and Liverpool. Sailing every Wednesday. WISCONSIN. Freeman, Jr Aiignst 21, atS P. M. MANHATTAN, l'rlec, Jr August 28. at 1 P. M. From pier 49 North River. Cabin passage, $ho, gold; steerage, $'U1, currency. Prepaid tickets, $88, currency. Passengers hooked toand from Perls, Hamburg, Norway and Sweden, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, Kuglimd, France I and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to WILI.IAMS A OUION, 33 Broadway. QNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. The General Transatlantic Company'* Mall Steamships between New York and Havre, calling at Brest.. The splendid vessels on this la vurltn route lor the Continent will sail from pier 5lf North River, a* follows FRANCE. I)aure Saturday, August 21 VILLE DB PARIS, Surmount Saturday, Sept. 7 SI'. LAURENT, Lemarie Saturday, Sept. 21 WASHINGTON, RoiiSHaii Saturday, Oct. ft Price ol pussage in gold (including wine) to B re it or llnvre? * First cahln $121 Second cabin $" Excursion tickets at red need rates. These steamer- do not carrv itNnft pass?nger*. American travellers going ts? or returning iroin the Continent of Europe hy taking the steamers of tills line avoid both transit by English rail v. ay aud the discomforts of crossing the Channel, besides having time, trouble aud expense. OEOROB MACKENZIE, Agent, W Broadway. REDUCTION IN PA88AQK RAT US, ANCHOR LINE. Express passenger steamers sail from N?w York every Wednesday and Saturday. Passengers booked and forwarded to and from all railway Millions In Oreat Britain, Ireland, Germany, Norway, Sweden or Denmark and America as safely, speedily, comfortably and cheaply as any other routo or line. T1IK NEW DEPARTURES. SATURDAY'S SThAMkKS. VI kl>NKSIlAT'K STKAMKRS. CALIFORNIA August 17 IOWA August 28 AUSTRALIA August 24 BRITANNIA Sept. 4 COLUMBIA August:II ASSYRIA St;pt. II EUROPIA Sept. 7 CALEDONIA Sept. 18 A NOLI A Sept. 14 OLYMPIA Sept. 2.1 INDIA Sept. 21 TR1NACRIA October 2 I At noon, Ironi pier 20 Nortn River, New York. Currency rates of passage to London, Liverpool, Glasgow or Derry, by Wednesday's steamers. $00; bv Saturday's steamer*, $fa anil $75. excursion ticket*, #120; intermediate, $3S; steerage, $23. Certificates, at lowest rates, can be bought I here by those wishing to send for iheir friuuds. Apply at the company's offices t 17 HENDERSON BROTHERS, | Ko. 7 Bowling Green, rnilE IIAMBI III: AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S ! 1 iron mall steamship ('IMBRM Captain W. Sialil, will rail on Thursday, August 22, 1872, at 2 l*. M., for Hamburg, taking passengers irom New York to I'lymouth, London, Cherbourg and Hamburg. First Cabin, $120. Second Cabin, 972. Steerage, $.'10, payable In United Stalcsgold. KIJNHARDT * CO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAS, Cieneral Agents, General Passenger Agent*, til Broad tilrect, N. Y. til Broadway, if. Y. The VANDALIA will sail Augu-t 2!?. C3RBAT WESTERN STEAMSHIP LINE TO BRISTOL, J England.?The magnificent new steamship GREAT WESTERN, Stamper, .sails August 20. Cabin passage, $70; Intermediate. $4!i; steerage, $30; prepaid llekebt, $54. Apply to R. E. MORGAN'S SONS, ?) South street. COASTWISE 8TEA.MHIIIPS. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO I California, .laiian and China, via Panama. carrying mailt, passengers ami freight to A?phiwttll, Panuuia, Snnta Martha, Grevtown and Pacific Coast of Mexico. Central America, Peru ami Chile. Steamers leave 10th, 20th and ."kith each month, except when those date*tall on Sunday, then the dav previous. August 2l>?Steamer OCEAN OCEEN, Captain J. n. Maker, will leave pier No. 42 North Hlver. at 12 o'clock noon, lor Asnlnwail direct, connecting at Panama with steamer ARIZONA, Captain , lunching at Aeapnleo, Mxnziinillo, Ma/atlan and Capn St. Lucus and also connecting lor all Central American and South I'acltlc port*. Departure of 10th each month connect* with the Company's steamer, touching at Kan Henito, Tciiata, Salin* Crux and Port Angel Freight for all way ports received until 4 P. M. of August 17. Steamer JAPAN will leave San FrancUco AuKust.11 for tapan and China. Por rate* of passage, ii-eight and all further Information apply at Company's ofllce on the pier toot of Cnnal street F. R BABV, *nf UNITED STATES AND BRA/llj MAIL STEAMSHIP U COM PAN V. The elegant sidewheel steamship SOUTH AMERICA, 2,1**) tons mirtlien, Captain K. L Tinklcpaugh, will nail for St. Thomas, Para, Pemambuco, Babia and Rio .lanelro, on Friday, August 23, at So'clock P. M., from pier 41 North River. For freight or passage apply lo ntl. R. GARRISON, AfCBt, No, A Bowling Oram, United states mail to havana.?atlantIc Mall Steamship Company, sailing regularly every Thursday, at 3 o'clock P.M. precisely, from pier No. I Norih River. MORRO CASTLE, Captain T. H. Morton, via Nassau, August 22. CRESCENT CITV, Captain T. 8. Curtis, August 29. COLUMBIA, captain M. R. Greene, September J. Kor freight or passage apply to _ A. W. DIMOCK, President. No. 5'Bowllng Green. Ir>or new orleans direct. I MERCHANTS' f.T^AMHHIP LINK, from pier No. 5 North River, at 3 o'clock P. M. GENERAL MRADE, on Saturday, August 84. Freight received dally. Through rates given for St. Louis, Vickslmrg, Mohtle. Galveston and ludlanola. Fur irelifht or passage, having superior accommodation-, apply to FREDERIC AaRRR, TO Brm,lw? F|H? M.W ORLEANS DIRECT. The Cromwell Steamship Line. The steamslilp CORTES, Captain T. Keinble, will leave pier No. North River, on Saturday, August *4. at S o'clock P. M. Freight received dally. Through rates given to Galveston, Indlanola, Mobile and St Louis. Cabin passage, 990; steerage, 920. For freight or passage apply to if. b ffRoBWELL A 00.. MWait a?rert 001 NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. I; tiontliern Lino. The steamship CITY OF UALTESTON, captain Jones, will leave pier 21 East River, Wednesday, August 21. Fre ght for Ht Loul?, Mobile and Galveston uaen. For ireiwht or paseoge, having superior accoinaioda tiona, apply to, ^ mall0bt a cO., 183 Maldtn lane. ! jD. PRICE FIVE OBTPS. COAST WIS K STK V nsiIII'M. Dire?;t ljnk to Havana. HAVANA, pkoorkho AND VKRA ckcz. New York and M.\il .Ste.tin.ihlp leaving uier 17 Kant Kivcr at:il*. M., direct to Havana. CITY OK MKXH'O, Sherwood Friday, August#) CITY OF H AVANA, lieu ken, (Havana only;, _ _ Wednesday, September i CLEOPATRA, Phllllpa <lla\uiin only) Wednesday. Heptemhor 11 CITY OF MErtlDA, T!inin<ruian..Thursday September 19 For freight or d iknukh apply to _ F. ALKXANliRK A SONS, 33 Bro.idv.ay, rpEXAH unK OF WAI.vkston HTF.AMKRM, 1 touching at Key Went, carrying the United Stated mall. The ?t<'um?bi|) OHO. W. CLYDE, (Htplnln Cole, at pier 20 Kiikt Itlvor. will le;i\v on Knturday, Aujunt 24. Through liill* or' lad n .t given lo llmiiton ami to all point* cm the Oalvcii'.un, Houston and Honderaon and B. ll. It. and <\ It nil road For freight or pa*aag? apply to C. II. M AU.ortY A CO., 1?3 M?id?n lane, or to W. P. CIADK. 11!? Wall street. T^OIl NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.? r The Old Dominion rftoam?hip Company will despatch from p er 97 North itlver ihoir elegant side wheel .lU'amiJi.D DOMINION", Hon mo commander, for Norfolk, City I'oiot ami Richmond, but unlay, Aumut 17, at 8. P. M., giving through bill* of lading to all p jlnts Kou'h ami HoUlhwctt. Through paS'^nger ticket* iwoied to all point*. Accommodation* uniMimill.il. Apply at pier ;?7, nr ai tlie t.'eneiul office, 137 Ureouwlch street, comer or Dey street, THAVEliliKltM' GP1PB. \LHANY AND TROT 11Y 1)AV LINK BOATS C. VIHBARI) and DAVIKL DRKW, commencing Mny/7.? Leave Vestry street pier at 8:!*> A. M. and Thirty-fourth aiivet ai 8iMiidliiK at Yonker*, Tarry town anil Svack (by lerrvbOAl), Poutfhkeepslc, Rliluol>eck, Tlvoll, fabtkill and Hudson. Trip ticket* to Cozzena', West Point, Cornwall and Newbun:. returning same day, (I. UonuoctliiK tor all point* West and North. Spoi'lal trains to Haratotfa and Hharon sumo evening. AKTLRNOON BOA* FOB NEWBUBO. POUOHBBBFsle, Roudout, Kink'?1on, Co/./.ens\ West Point, Corn* wall, New Hamburg. Milton and Hyde Park. The MAltY POwKLL, from Vestry st., pier 39, every afternoou at / 1IT1/MNS' KVKNINU LINK STKAMKKS 1'UR TROV I ' direct-Steamer* SUNNYSIDE and THOMAS PoWKLL leave pier 36 North River, foot North Moor* street, daily, Saturday* excepted, at 6 1*. M., making sura connections with nil trains going North, East and West Tickets Hold aud baggage checked to all point* on Rensselaer and Saratoga and Troy and Boston Railroad*. riOHIT ISLAND EAST RIVKR LINE -STEAMER O. \ / T. OLYPHANT, Captain E. T. Wilson, leave* regularly every day, North Eighth *treet, Williamsburg, 9:44 A. Ski.; Eighth Htreet, New York, 10 A. M. and 1 JO P. M.; Peck slip, 10:30 and 2; Sackett street, Brooklyn, 10 Ab anil 2.28. FALL RIVElt LINK FOR BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT.? The steamers BRISTOL and PROVIDKNGE, from pier iW North River, toot of Murray btreut, daily (Sunda\s excepted) at 5:15 P. M. Ticket* sold to principal points ill New England, the White Mountain* and Province*. Hall's Baad engaged for the season. A. P. BACON, Superintendent. ORIENT, GRE'CNPORT. SHELTER ISLAND, BAO Harhor and New Suffolk. Summer arrangement, commencing Jnly 29. The New York Steamboat Company will despatch, front pier 4 North River, dally (Sunday* excepted), at 8 o'clock P. M., the world-renowned steamers J. B. HCIIUYLEH-Coiuinaudor J. B. Edwards, Tuesday, Thursdav, Saturday; ESCORT, Commander John Iturbank, Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Returning, will leavo Sag Harbor at 4 P. M., Green port at 8:30 P. If., Shelter Island at 6 P.M., Orient at 8:30 P M? a? follows:?Steamer J. B. SCHUYLER, Monday, Wednea? day, Friday; steamer ESCORT, Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday. Sunday'* steamer will leave Sag Harbor at fl P. M. Steamer J. B. HOHIJYLER will leave Sag llarbor Mon* day* at 7 o'clock A. M. tor New Suffolk and return. ' A. W. DIMOCK, l'runldeul, No. 5 Bowling Green. REGULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR KEY. port, Ellzabethport, Union Landing, Rossvllle and Perth Amboy.?The favorite steamboat NORWALK, Cap. tain Wm. Hitchcock, leave* Barclay street at 9:18 A. M. Regular sunday morning boat kor newburg, landing at Yonkers, Iona Inland, West Point aud Cold Spring.?The favorite steamboat SLEEPY HOLLOW, Captain James Sherman, leave* Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, at8 o'clock; Chrutopher street, North River, 8:30; Thirty-fourth street, Nortu River, 9, every Sunday morning. Fare for the excursion, $1. _ oummer arrangement. HARLBM AND NEW YORK NAVIGATION CO. Commencing July 1, 1872. Steamer* SYLVAN GROVE, SYLVAN STREAM, 8YLVAW OLEN and SYLVAN DKLL, Landing at Harlem, 120th street, iwth street, Astoria, Eleventh atreet and Peek slip. Way?Landing at 110th street, 109th street, Astoria and Eleventh street?Leave Harlem, 6, 7,n, 9, 10 and 11 A. M. ; t, a. 4, 6, 6 and 7:I8 P M. ^ Express--Landing at 120tli street and Peck slip onlyLeave Harlem?0:5>, 7 :30, R :S0 ?JO and 10 :3d A. U.; 12JO 1 :V>, 2.30. 3 JO, 4 JO and 6 30 P. M. Way?Lauding at Eleventh street, Astoria, 109th street, 120th street and 130th street?l?ave Peak. Slip?6:16,7, a, 9 ami 10 A. M.; 12 M.; 1.8. 4 8, 6:18 and 7 P. M. Express?Landing at lWth street and l?0th street,Harletu Leave Peek Slip-7:10, 8 JO, P :10, 10 JO and 11 JO A. M. ; I :!*). 2 JO. 8 JO. 4 :3ft 8 JO and 6 :30 P. M. The 6 A. M. boat from Harlem, and the 6:18 P. M. froio Peck slip, do not land at lOrtth street. Freight received from 7 A. M. until 5 P. M. Schools and picnics taken on reasonable terms. SUNDAY ARRANGEMENT. Boats leave Harlem at 8:30 A. m., and hourly and bslfhourly thereafter during the day, landing at Astoria and Eleventh streot each trip. Last boat leaves Harlem al 7:30 P. M., and Peck slip at 8:15 P. m. TMtf la tli*. onlv tin,. , ..tin,.,.tin r with the regular Una of boats for High Bridge. . Pasvugert by this line of boat* can visit the Government worka at Hell (l)ie. Hrhnelder'* and Hchuuer'a Park* at Astoria, Christ Pari anl Kurl'i Park at North New Turk, atil High Bridge, J. F, TAI.LMAN, Superintendent. Sl'NDAY MOKNINC1 JiO\T FOB NEWBU lit).?TIIB steamboat TlloMAS COLLYRR will leave the fool or Eighth street every Similar morning, at 7 o'clock; Martin'* whari, near Pulton lerry, Rrookl.vii,*t 8 o'clock; Christopher street, New York, at i :J0. nnil Thirty-fourth street at ft: *.'?; landing at Coz*ens' (Writ Point), OoldMirliig ami Cornwall. V.eturmng le.ive Newburg at 2 o'clock, arriving In New York at <i o'clock P. M Fare COo. each way. ___________ L2UXDAY BOAT FOR NEWARK. ij On and after Sunday, April 14, the steamboat THOMAS P. WAY will make her rgnlir trip*. Leave foot of Market street, Newark, at A A. M. unit 2 P. M. Leave foot of Barclay street, New York. at 10:30 A. M. and 4:30 P. M , topping at Bergen Point i a< li way. SUNDAY BOAT FOR^I.EN COVE-LANDINO AT College Point, Whltvsb'He, (ireat Neck, City Island, Hands' Point, Olenwood and Roahn. St' amcr ARROWSMITH leave* pier .'4 East Rher u'eck slip), Sunday, Anl?u*t IK, at 9 A. M.; Eighth street, 0:0-">; Thirty third street, at 9:1ft A. M.; returning to Now York about u:3d P. M. Sl'NDAY EVENlNU BOAT FOR ALBANY AN D TROY.? The elrnant light draught steamer THOMAS POWELI# leaves pier 38 North Klvor, foot North Moore street, aH o'clock P. M . connecting at nhove placet with morning truing on New York Central. Albany and Stimiuehanna, HeiiKNolaeJ' and Saratoga, and Troy ami Boston Railroad*. Tickets sold and baggage rherked to destination. Hudson Kiver Railroad tickets taken for pavage, with state room berth. SAI<K8 AT AdCTloii Allen b. miner, auotionrer, salesroom 85 chambers and 77 Reade street* ALLEN B. MfNKIl t BKO., lute Henry II. Eeeil* A Miner (cstabllthed 1*47). VRCII. .lOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. Office and sale-room 37 Na**au street. opposite ttic Post office. HOUSEHOLD PI'RNITURF, MIRRORS. CARPETS, Me. JOHNSTON k VAN TAHHKLL will dell nt eviction, oh Tuesday. August W, at II o'clock, Ht 130 East Houston itreet, near avenue D, mi assortment of Household Fur* nlture, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Parlor Suits, Carpets, Ac. Arch, johnston. auctioneer. Office and salesroom S7 Nassau street, opposite tlifl Post office. Larue tale of Household Fnniltore, Mirror*, Carpets, Ac. at .i7)HNHTON A van TASRELL'B auction room. S7nm> sau street, on Wednesday. August 21, at li>>^ o'clock. AUCTIOK.?CLINTON It OMOOD, AUCTIONEER. OSWOOD A CO. will Hell nt their salesroom*, 12* Chamber! street, near College place, TUESDAY. August 2U, 10', A. M., HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Details to morrow. AUCTION NOTICE.-LAROE AUCTION 8ALB, Tomorrow (Monday morning), at 10? o'clock, LUKE FIT/.OKRALD, Auctioneer, will (ell at private residence, 120 West Tweutv-third street, Pianoforte, cost 91,000, Parlor Suite, Bedroom Suits, Carpets, Mirror*, Basement and Kitchen Furniture. Catalogue comprises 400 lota. For particular*sec Monday's Herald. BY JOHN A. DUNN AUCTIONEER. Mortgage sale, will eell Tuesday next, August 30, at, 10k o'clock, at til Riltabeth street, the contents nt a first class Restaurant, removed from J06 Church street, for convenience of sale. A. B. AAUE, Attorney for Mortgagee. BY MAX BAYRR9DORFER, AUCTIONEER-SELLA to morrow large Rtock flr?t class corner Orueeryi elegant Fixtures, Horse, Wagon, fresh Stock, Ac. MAX BATOR^OOHI KR. 24# Bowery.^ "MORTGAGE BALK.?J. P. TRAVER, AUOnONEEli; will tell on Monday. August 1?, at II o'clock, all th* block, fine Fixture*, Lease ol store, Ac., of a good Family Liquor Store, 70 East Houston street, corner of Kllxabeui. H. L. Wright, Attorney for Mortgagee. PAWNBROKKR'fT HALF.?MONDAY, JAMES AOAR, Auctioneer, will sell, at W New Bowery, J00 lota Men'* and Women'* riothini. rarno i.ioen, nneeu, Hpread*, (laitera. By ord*r of 1). <) KerKuwn, Broome (I, Pawnbrokers sale.-tukhoay, jambs aoar. Auctioneer, Will tell, at W New Bowery. 000 low Mrn'i and Women** Clothing and other seasonable Uooda. By order of P Fullam, We*f Thirty-ninth street. PAWNBROKERS' 8ALB.?til uMDAY j A m EH AOAR, Auctioneer, will *ell at M New Bowery, 900 l?ta Nrmaea, Hhawl*. I nderclotbe*. Table Linen, Rheeta. H[iread?, Coat*. Pant* and Vest*. By order of M. Bruckheimer, Williamsburg, ami s ??ond?tein, Brooklyn. WK TORSTON, ACCTIONRKR.-BT BBTT8 M . TOR8TON, M Went Thirty .*econU atreot-WIll sell, at auction, Monday, August 19, at M o'clock, sharp, Meal and Vegetable Market, with a first rla?? trade, four y?aiV loaee, and all thing* ueceaary for cutting uui pork, at 1,083 Third avenue. 1 WANTBO TO~PtiRCHJi? v VJAFEH -WANTED, SECOND HAND OFFICE RAPEtfj O medium die. Addre??, with size aud prfce, to E04 CENTRIC LOCK COMPANY, 37 Chamber* *WWM> "H.T ANTED?A SAFE AND OFFICE FVRNITLRE , NO TT nnslve laken nk'cn prVe and lull parfkolan ?; givtu. AiiUrvx box JK) J'ust utiles.