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WHOLE NO. 13,148.
M&ECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
AMUSEMENTS?Becoko Pick?Fifth and sixth column*.
A8TBOLOOY?Sboovd Page?Fourth column.
HiLlAHDH?Kuci.vn Page?Fourth Column.
SOARDERH WANTK I)?Hudk d Pace?ttrat ooJumn.
BOARD AND IX)DOING WANTED?Beookd Page?
Flrtt column
BOO*LY.N REAL ESTATE FOB BALE -SKOim
Pace?Second column .
BC8INESH OPPORTUNITIES?fiacOKD PAS?-Fiah column.
BUSINESS NOTICES-Seyektii Page-SIxUi column.
?m* REAL ESTATE FOB SALE?Second Page?Second
CLERKS AND salesmen?Twelfth Pao??Fourth coW
uuin. .
CLOTHING?Twei mi Page?Sixth column. i
COACUMEN AND UARDENKKft?Twelftb I age-Fourth I
COaktwNR1ht'kaViHtlIPB?Pin*TPage?Fifth and fixth
COU?TRylBOARD?Secokd Page?Second column.
BENTIHTRV? Elkvehtii Pa?je?sixth column.
8ry cioods?Kikst Pa ok?Sixth column.
WKITiNO HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UNrUBNISHED?First
Page?Fourth column.
UBOPRAN STEAMSHIPS?Firm Page?Fifth column.
BUROPB?Secohd Page?Sixth column.
XCHANOE?Kir*t Page? Sixth column.
Financial?nirtu i*ao??Fourth column.
FOR SALE?Secosd Page?Third and fourth column*.
. BURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LETPieat
Page?Fourth column.
FURNITCRE?Eletf.ntii Page?Fifth column.
FBENOn ADVERTISEMENTS?twfclfth Pace?Sixth
column. _ _ _ .
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?TwELrru Page?Third and
fourth column*.
BELP WANTED?MALES?Tweifto Page?Fifth and
xlxth column*.
hormks, CARRIAGES, AC.?Firm Page?Sccond, third
and lonrth column*.
HOTELS?Second Paub? First nnd sccond column*.
HOUSES, BOOMS, AC, WANTED?Eleventh?Fifth eol
umn^ ^^ _
|J\HJnuVIJ?n-1wurrn nui-mxui column.
JEKSEY CITY. HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITV AND BERGEN
HEAL ESTATE FOR 8AI.E-8kco.vd Paok?
Peconn column.
liBOAL NOTICES?Eleventh Face?Fifth column.
LOAN OFFICES?Becond Paub?Fourth column.
LOOT AND FOUND?Kibst Pack?First column.
MACHINERY?Second Page?Fourth column.
MARBLE MANTELS-Bkcond PiCE-Flfth column.
MBDIOAL? Twelfth Paue??lxtli column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTIBEMENTS-Tbntu Paob?
Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS?Eleventh Paob? Fifth column.
MUSICAL?Second Paob?Sixth column.
PERSONAL?First Paoe?First column.
PIANOFORTES?Second Pack?Sixth column.
POLITICAL?Eleventh Pahk?Filth column.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?Second Paok?Sixth column.
PROPOSALS?Second Page?Fifth column.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
Tvklrii Paok?Third column. _
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR BALE OR TO
RftNT?Skcokd Paok?Second and tnlra columns.
REAL EHTATK TO EXCHANGE-Second Pau*?Third
column. _ ? .
REAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Pack?Third column.
XKWARDB? Firm Pace? Flret mid second column*.
sai.kh AT AUCTION?Eleventh Page?Hlxth column.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?TttKLircil 1'agil?
Fir*t, second nnd third columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Twelfth Page?
Fourth Qolamn.
SPECIAL NOTICES? Firm Page?Second column.
SUMMER RESORTS?Second Pack?Second col', jin.
THB TRADES?TwrxrtH Page?Sixth column.
THE TURF?Fir?t Pack?Second column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURI'OSES-Fibst PaokFourth
column. . .
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Firm Page?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LETFirst
Pace?Fourth column.
WANTED TO PURCHA8E?Elrvkhth Pack?Filth colWESTCHESTER
COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?Second Page?Second column.
WINES, LIQUORS. Ac -Eleventh Pack?Filth column.
VACIITB, STEAMBOATS, Ac.?First Pack?Sixth column.
HERALD BRANCH OFFICEl?UPTOWN
A DVERTISEMENTS FOR TUE NEW YORK HERALD
SEOBIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE,
1,260 broadway,
WEST bide, between thirty-first and thirtySECOND
streets. ~~
advertisements are deceived from 8 a. M.
till t r. m. On week days ^todays a till 9
r. *.) at office ratbst~no extra charoe of
any kind.
^ PERSONAL. ^ ~
Alexander bull, harness maker, will
pleaM communicate with William Hepburn, at Enilewood,
n. J.
A HEALTHY FEMALE CniLD (AMERICAN PARENTS)
tor adoption. Apply to Dr. and Mmc. WEST, 141
Wm Twenty-fifth street.
(IIIARUW GIKSSELBRBOHT, BON OF MA.TIIIA.fl
J uiesaelbrecht, of Lubec, North Germany, seek* his
ancle, who emigrated to this country thirty rears since:
Inst heard of in New York, having aMumed the name or
Smith and enraged In maritime pursuit*. Information of
him or bla family thankfully received by his nephew
aforcMld, M Flatbush avenue, Brooklyn, NT Y,
|7<OR ADOPTION?THREE FINE BOYS. FROM PIYE
r days to two months old. 149 Charles street, between
Washington and West.
INFORMATION WANTED?OF CHARLOTTE DIXON,
of Belfast, Ireland; left Ray A Co.. Manchester. Eng.
land, for America. Any information will be thankfully
received by her sister, ELIZA JANE DIXON, 113 Second
trcet, South Brooklyn.
INFORMATION WANTED?OF JANE KENNEDY, WHO
arrived in this country about 2S years ago; will be
thankfully received by JAMES HARFORD, 27Iavenue B,
Mew York, or her sister, Mrs. M. HARFORD MOATE, Westmeath,
Ireland. Supposed to reside in Brooklyn.
INFORMATION WANTED?OF BARTHOLOMEW
Hynes, from Ireland; in this conntry about three
yrnrs. Any information as to nls address will be thankfully
received by Ms brother, JOHN HYNES, 72 Union
street, Brooklyn.
INFORMATION WANTED?OF ROBERT MOHERY.
When last beard from wu in New York. Any information
concerning hitn will be thankfully received by
ANDREW WOODnOUSE, MS Hanover st, Bostcn, Mass.
Lady in black, who noticed oentleman
dressed In dark with straw hat entering Fourth avenue
care, corner of Thirteenth street. In companv of a
gentleman dressed in light colors anil with heavy Beard,
is earnestly requested to grnnt an Interview, addressing
C. D., box 197 New York Pontofllce. The lady left car
corner of Centre and Howard streets.
T ONO BRANCH BOAT. SATURDAY AND MONDAY
A J morning,?Three ladles together. Address box 4,366
New York Port ofllce.
I'-AURIK?THIS EVENING, RAIN OR SHINE. SAME
J hour. ANT0N10._
MR. B.?YOU WILL FIND YOUR OLD FRIEND
Maggie Snow at 123 same street.
\jathiu)a?come to-day, at ll?d'clock.
AU
Nf.-can you lunch at usual place to-day
. at 1 P. M. on FRIED POTATOEBf
08CAR MORRISS-I WILL BEND ON FRIDAY. OOINO
out of town.
OARATOOA.?IF MARY E. HAS RETURNED TO THE
cltv. will she please con lor a favor upon her friend,
wlicm she met at Saratoga, by answering In to-morrow's
Personals, and saying when and where he can nee her ?
CHARLIE.
Tiir lord will be with us from this day
forward, at the corner of Broadway and Twentythird
street, at 4 P. M.
fPHOMAS', BUNDAY-YOUNQ LADY OF BLOOMY
J. complexion, brown eyes and dark hair, who noticed
two voung gentlemen sitting opposite In second part, will
plcast* address H. II., box 2,9U:i Post ofTlce, to enable
iilm to get (he bouquet he was promised.
"i it ILL THE OENTLEMEN WHO ACCOMPANIED
W Miss Annie Boyd and MUs Ida Phillip* from Boston
please return package to 1.286 Broadway?
liriLLIAM RAF, FORMERLY SERGEANT IN NEW
fV jersey Cavalry, will oblige by writing to R. RAE,
U) Waterloo' road, Liverpool, England. Any information
gratefully received.
I,OST AND POIND,
I OST.?STOLEN FROM OI'R OFFICE THIS day, a
j Wallet, containing some currency and railroad
llckcts to Boston ; al?o a demand note for $11),230, drawn
bv W. ,1. M. Gordon in favor of Mrs. L. E. Stuart, and
check lor flOO on American Exchange National Bank,
drawn t v P. C. Anthon In favor of L. H. llurtt; parties
arc forbid negotiating the same, as payment has lieen
stopped. Please return to 70 William street; no questions
askul. F. W. HURTT A BROTHER.
IOBT...BETWEEN 7 AND 11 O'CLOCK YESTERDAY
J (Monday) ui< ruing, n Itoll of from $lft to $2.1 In bills,
at Tompkins Market; the tinder will be rewarded by
leaving the same at Stand II, Tompkins Market.
1 ,)ST?ON SUNDAY, BETWEEN 12 AND 1 O'CLOCK, A
j Scotch terrier Dog; answer* to (ho name of Punch.
Wlio.ver will re I urn said dog to Mrs. tlOODIlICH, 108
West Till, ty first street, will receive flu reward.
i OST?A CHECK, NUMBERED 2.1IM, FOR *282 as-100,
I i payable lo the order of 1). ,7. O'Connor, and signed
ly Owen Kenn.in A Son, on the Median lea and Traders'
Bank, ot New York, dated August 9, 1R72. Any party or
parties hiving the aine are forbidden to uselttuany
way, as it Is ni pped payment
I o^T-A GOLD LOCKET. WITH INITIALS J. V 0
lj |.i!?ecn Xi'.v Ynrk and Martin's wharf, Brooklyn!
in Sunday morning. August 12. The flndc" will tic'rev.
,iriled by returning it lo *> 1'lke street, New York.
HBWAnOI.
?') REWARD.?A BROWN SILK UMBRELLA LEFT
viJ lii a l-'ort Hamilton car. Brooklyn, on Sunday evenii"
last. Tim liii'l r will leave the same at JAMES
B'lVIW, 12 r ninklili street.
<i ".11 RKWARTI.?HTHAYED OR STOLEN, A WHITE
IP IIiiiiikI, named Gypsy,on Thursday,ffom Wl^wli
street. Return toSM East Fourth ?trcet.
C inn ltKWAHII.-l.fl8T. TUESDAY MORNING, THE
v Kith In mut, between Desbrosses terry and
Murray street, tvo Uratt* dri wii liy Johnston Bros. A Co.,
Ktiltlmor.', ou Drexcl ,t Co,, Philadelphia, in favor of J.
? I'elei M.n, one for $ft i?)Uand one for m.im W. Please
ti mm to L. S. UAW IlKM K a CO., 191 Nassau street.
Payment ol same has liven stopped.
f'MTI.D STATE" DETECTIVE AGENCY,
|_r Ml Nassau street.
All kinds of detective biiflne?s undertaken.
E NE
RE WARM.
AOCA ?TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
JhZO'". anil no questions asked, ^rlll be paid for the
return of two Bronze Cloclit and Ride Pieces, taken from
Thirty-eighth street, on Friday night last Address Font
office box 1,198.
WILL PAY A LIBERAL REWARD TO THE MAN
who ptoktd up my Pooketbook Runday evening
flStlri, about half-paw. uine. Eighth avenue car*, between
West Broadway and Charlton street, on returning contents.
L- DAVIf, HA Broadway, room 18.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
A-A.-MONEY LOANED ON LIFE POLICTB8 IN
. first claw companies and on other securities, at 87
Liberty street, up stairs.
A GREATLY NEEDED 1NVENTION.-OUR ATTENtion
has been called to an Invention now attracting
the attention of reflecting, intelligent people. We allude
to the Donble Chamber. Having two apartments,
it recoives the discharges of the sick, separated one
from the other, by which physicians can define diseases,
unattainable by the use or tne old single chamber, with
the discharges in a mixed state.
By the use of this vessel once yoar health may be
readily restored and life prolonged, say ten, twenty or
more years. Families now using them will have no other
kind, being of better shape?oblong?for everv day common
use than the old round vessel. At present the manufactures
are behind the demand; in a few days they can
be had by the million. The health and 111* of every
iamilv demand them. Fathers and mothers, look after
the Interest of your children. Thousands of our best physicians
recommend it highly. For sale by china and
crockery merchants and druggists generally.
A?KENTUCKY LIBRARY DRAWING,
Ex-Governor Bramelette, Manager. Tickets are
selling very rapidly. Buy now while you have choice of
numbers. For particulars soe column advertisement in
Herald any Saturday or send to Maior THOMAS U.
IIAYR, In charge Branch offiee, 088 Broadway.
A?ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, PRICES REDUCED.
J. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers,
10 Wall street, box 4,68* Post office, New York.
A -HAVANA LOTTERY, AT REDUCED PRICES.
. Kentucky Lottery Drawings on tile.
JOSEPH BATER. 190 Broadway, room 1
A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES.
KNTUCKT?EXTRA CLASS NO. 493?ACOCST 19, 1872.
17, 28, 87, 75, 64. I, 61, 10, 41, 43, IS. 6, 17.
CBftTl'CKT?CLASS *0. 494?AOOUST 19, 1872.
I, 23, 28, 61, SO, 71, 80, 68. 00, 68, 66. 10, IL
fADUCAI1?KXTRA CLASS MO. 898? ACOVST 19, 1872.
7, 42, OH, #7. 60, !i8, 6 , 89, 19, 26, 34. 82, 06.
rADtrCAH?CLASS no. S94?AUGUST 19, 1872.
TO, 68, 70, 18. 2, 7, 66, 1U, 60, 64, 6, 88, 74.
RIMMONU * CO., Managers, Oovlngton. Ky.
1 f'l.lTTM ltr#ik*r 'W, Po?f ftfflCfi
boTilm " ' ' '
A ?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF ROYAL HAVANA
A, aud Kentucky State Lotteries always on file. J.
CLUTE. Broker, aoo Bl oad way, 153 Fulton street, No. 2
Park row; Post ofllee box 4,969.
BANNINU TRPiJS AND BRACE COMPANY.
New and Improved M>lt'-adjiiKtln?t, non-friction Brace
Truss, Abdominal and Spinal Shoulder Hraccs and otlier
surgical adjuncts, lor sale and applied at 312 Broadway.
Eureka steam maciiin*e cabvino company,
#0, 62, 64 and 66 Cannon street.
Rosewood, walnut, oak and ash Ornaments,
Busts of all prominent men, Ac.
Figure Carving a specialty.
MME. GRAY MAY BE CONSULTED FOR ALL Diseases
of the skin, eruptions, moles, freckles, dlscoloratlons,
Ac., and for diseases or the scalp, loss or hair
and premature baldness. Hours 10 to 5 daily. Sole agent
for Defarges' celebrated French cosmetics. 31 Lafayette
place, New York.
NEDERI.ANDERS, ATTENTION !-YOU ARE ALL
cordially Invited to attend the special meeting on
Thursday, August 22, at 8 o'clock P. M.. at New York Casino,
134 and 136 East Houston street Good speakers expected.
ANT1ION J. KRUGER. 1
C. sawaal. /Committee.
X. of E. M, M. H. P. MASCftEE, j
riiw tiunur&An unAiniinre, iieai ur inn a.iu
X others.?The undersigned having lor twenty years
made a specialty of searching for claims against estates
for foreign nelrs, and havln* met with great success offers
Ills services tor the recovering and collection ot legacies,
pncl timed dividends, and all other claims against European
estates, Ac. ROBERT JESBURUN, No. 9 John street,
Adelphi, Btrand. London.
Refers by permission to Thomas Stlllman, 234 Greenwich
street, N. Y.; Lio..el Jacobs (Jacobs A Pratt), 177
Broadway, N. Y.; Captain Albert Spencer, CI William
street, room 9, N. Y.; Morris Phillips. Home Journal
office, No. 3 Park place, N. Y.; Jos. Giles, 2o8 Franklin
avenue, Brooklyn, L. I.
d>QC ?POLISHED GRANITE MONUMENTS. PROM
$20. Freo on board ship for any part of America.
Inscriptions accurate, and beautiful plans and prices flrco
from JOHN W. LEU UK, Sculptor, Aberdeen, Scotland.
d>CQQ KQQ 18 DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGAL?P0Ot7.00t7
lwd Kentucky Bute Lottery. $100,000
In gold was drawn In th? Royal llavana Lottery of Cuba
August 17. Address BALEY k CO. (office established SO
years), 174 Broadway.
rpBB FASHIONS OF TBB HOUR.
what the ladies are wearing.
WHAT IS WORN.
BEE THE EVENING TELEGRAM.
TUBS TURF.
PROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.
Tuesday. August 20, 3 o'clock P. M.
Sweepstakes $30U, mile heats, bests In 9, in harness.
J. Denton names blk. k Black Lead.
George Wright names br. g. Dan Bryant
M. Willis names b. m. Flirt.
Same Day.
Match $200, mile heats, best 2 In 3, in harness.
\( Iiwtnr.nimiiiih in R?ll? nf Vornw.nf
II. WilllamB names s. g. Little Dan.
Oood day and track.
GEORGE W. OAKLET, Superintendent.
Prospect park fair ground association.
Wednesday. August 21, S o'clock P. M.
Hatch $'.>00, mile beat", best S in A, in barne^a.
M. Rodgers names b. g. Abe.
L. s. Suinmls names b. g. Hllm Dan.
Good day and track.
GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent.
garatooa races.
' SECOND MEETING, 1872.
FRIDAY. AUGUST 16.
SAfURDAY, AUGUST IT.
monday, august 19.
tuesday. august 20.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21.
thursday, august 22.
All the good race horses In the country will be present
Tho programme Includes Hurdle Races ann Steeple
Chaiet, besides numerous Klat Race*, at all distances.
W. r. Travers, President.
C. Whfati.t, Secretary.
Trotting at Fleetwood park-on monday,
August IP, at 3 o'clock.
Match tor $1,000, mile heat*, best 3 in 5. In harness.
D. Pilfer, a. in. Lizzie Adams, formerly Midland Maid.
T. Ogle, b. s. Bcllfoundcr.
Good day and track.
Same day, mutch $2S0, mile heats, best 3 in R, In harne?a
M. McNamara, s. g. Sorrel Dan.
John Lyons, s. g Teazcr.
Bame day, match for $300, mile heats, beat 3 In 3, In harness.
Thoa Ogle, b. m. White Legs.
Win. Loux, b. in. Kntc.
W. H. VAN COTT, Superintendent.
IIORSKS, I'ARUIAOKH, diC.
Auction sale.
By WALDUON a COOKE, Auctioneers.
entire stock ck larue livkry stable
3!?!. .194 broadway,
williamsburg, long island,
on wednesday, august 21, 1872,
at 11 o'clock a. m.
waldron k cooke are Instructed to sell as aboTC
the entire Stock of above stable, comprising
IV livnu KU<m iiuin.<.
Elegant circular front Clarences.
Coaches, Carriages, Phaetons.
top Buggies, Koa<I Wagons.
Double and single Harness.
Stable Fixtures and Fittings.
The above sale Is positive and final. No postponement
for weather.
At auction-hy osgood a co..
IN T1IR PUBLIC KOUARE, JUNCTION OF
WEST BROADWAY, 11UDSON AND CHAMBERS STB.
osgood A co.,
office 126 Chamber street,
will sell as above on
wednesday. auoubt 21, at 1 o'clock,
One assortment or Horses, Wagons. Ac., consisting of
SEVKBAL FINK WOBK 1IOK8F.H,
TEAM GOOD ROADSTERS,
team FINE FAMILY HOBOES,
A number of splendid heavy and light built llorses, Carriages,
Bockaways, light Buggies and road Wagons, Harness,
Ac.
Full particulars morning of sale.
A CARRIAGE DEPOT, 141 WERT BROADWAY,
near Canal street?Carriages of all kind*, both new
and second hand. Cheapest plHce in city. Call und examine
before baying elsewhere.
A?T CABT, LITTLE USED; LIGHT COUPE, IN
. excellent order, at low prices; large variety of new
Carriages and Harness greatly rcduced.
HAM'S, Fourtn street, near Broadwav.
A LOT OF HORSES FROM CANADA WEST-YOUNG
and sound : fit lor nil kinds of business. Inquire at
Ml Canal street, corner of Washington.
Any gentleman wishing to buy a tubnout
consisting of a pnlr of exceedingly beautiful dark bsy
Mares. 15). hands, spirited, yet a lady drives them unattended,
shitting top Phaeton (Luwreucc), Harness, Ac.,
address A. B. 0., box 94# Post offlcc, New York.
A STABLE TO LET-FIVE STALLS AND ROOM
for Ave carriages. Also handsome team of bay
Marci for sale. 132 West Sixteenth street.
A-CARBIAOEB CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST
and warranted.?13 Bockawnys, 17 four seated top
Phaetons, 14 top Buggies, 9 no top, 8 Pony Phaetons.
DAY A HON, 14fiaiid 149 Eldrldge street.
A GROCERY OR EXPRESS WAGON. SIX-SEAT
Bockaway, Top Buggy an.1 l>og Cart, In perrect order.
cheap; new and second hand Carriages, all styles,
lowest popular iirlces.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, Broadway.
A?FOR SALE, ONE TOP WAGON, |40; ONE DO.,
100; one do., $123; one do., 9109; one do., S2U0; also
oi>en Road Wagons, top and open Pony Phaetons, extension
top Park Phaetons, Doctor's Phaetons, Depot and
Jagger Hockaways, Express and Business Wagons, single
and double Harness, sinew. Halters, Nets, Ac., very low,
at 1,401 Broadway, near Forty first street.
JAMES JENKINS, Manager.
A -ASSORTMENT OF SECOND HAND CARBIAOES
J\. and Wagons, very low: also new doctor's Phaeton,
Top Buggv an.I Turnout Seat Phaeton at 4#) Third avenue,
between Thlrtr Hrst and TMrtv.second it reefs.
W YO
3W YORK, TUESDAY, AU
HOUSES, CARRIAGES, AC.
At thb auction house of
johnston A TAN tassell.
Office ami niilonn.ont, 87 Nuuu street,
opposite the Post office.
THE HORSE AND CARRIAOE BRANCH
of our bimhicss It conducted at oar
HORSE AUCTION MART,
110, 112 and 114 EAST 1STH STREET, NEAR 4TH AV.,
where we hold regular
SALES OK HORSES ANl\ CARRIAGES
EVERY TUESDAY AND PRIDAY.
CATALOGI'E OF THIS DAY'S (TUESDAY'S) SALE, AT
IS O'CLOCK. ??
BAY THOROUGHBRED STALLION, SIRED BY
narry Booth, dam liy Engineer, 15>? hands, 4 years old;
kind In double harness; excellent tinder raddle-, ran at
Jerome Park, when two year* old, with Harry Bassett
and other*; tree from vice or trick and warranted found.
XJCTORIA. IN GOOD ORDER.
TRAM BAY HORSES, 15V nANDS, 8 YEARS OLD;
kind lid true la all harness; free from v:ce, good traveller*
and free and stylish drivers; alM aet Harnessand
FOUR seat park PnAETON.
BLACK COUPE HORSE, l?Vi HANDS HIGH, S YEARS
old; kind and true in all harneaa; free from vice; fear*
nothing; very stylish and handsome ; a first clam coupe
hone.
COUPE BOCK AWAY, IN OOOD ORDER
BLACK HORSE, 16 HANDS, 7 YEARS OLD; KIND
and true In all harneaa; free from vice; good traveller
and a fine. stvllsh driver.
DARK BAY HORSE. 15?* HANDS HIGH. 7 YEARS
old; kind and true In all harness and nnder aaddle; free
from vice or trick -, is in every reapect a superior horse tor
family use; good stepper, free and stylish driver, and
warranted sound.
fine top wagons.
DARK SORREL, HORSE, 15W HANDS, 6 YEARS OLD;
kind and true In all harness; freo from vice; a superior
roadster: trot* in 3 minute*; has flne style and action:
fcara nothing; a superior horse for a gentleman's road
use. and warranted sound. Also set flne lluNMmade by
DaJton.
ROAD WAGON. CITY Bl'ILT.
BROWN HORSfe, 1B>< nANDS HIGH, 7 YEARS OLD:
kind and true in all harnestt and under saddle; free from
vice, good traveller, an excellent horse for general business
use. nnd warranted sound. . _
DARK BAY HORSE, 16? HANDS, 6 YEARS OLD;
I kind and true in all haruciw, free ftorn vice, an excellent
roadster, fast traveller, good style, free driver, and warranted
sound.
i DARK CHESTNUT HOR8E, 15X. HANDS, 7 YEARS
old; kind an<l true in all harneaa and under saddle; tree
ftom vice, trick or fault; free and stylish driver; is in
every respect a flrnt clan family animal; tears nouuug
and warranted sound. _
BLACK HOR8K, 1?X HANDS, S YEARS OLD: KIND
and true In all harness; free from vice; good workrr.
SEVERAL OTHER HORSES. DESCRIPTION TIME
of sale.
To|> and no top Wagoni, Rockaways, Conpo Rockaways,
Dog Carts, Phaetons, Road, Depot and Express Wagon*,
set* of Harness, Ac.
Weather never interferes with our sale*.
ATTENTION IS INVITED TO TUB RALE OF HORSES
anil Carriages at auction THIS DAY, by
JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL,
110. 112 and 114 Kant Thirteenth street
A BAY STALLION, THOROUGHBRED, 4 YEARS OLD,
wurranted sound, kind and true.
SEVEN SI PliklOR YOUNG BOAD HORSES, ALL
warranted sound,
FIVE EXTRA PINE DRAUGHT AND WORK HORSES.
TWO COUPE HORSES, VERY STYLISH AND HANDsome.
CARRIAGES, HARNESS, AO.
A -TWO ELEGANT ESTABLISHMENTS AT
. public auction, at BARKER A CHASE'S City
Auctiou Mart and New York Tattcrsall'i, coiner of
Hrondway and Thirty-ninth street, on Wednesday, August
21. at 12 o'clock, consisting of
FAMILY E8TAHM8HMKNT, comprising an extra fine
I nun iHwriT iiiaivuru pan ui ?***j uviuiiikk, Acuiutnj
bred, 10 IiirTi, A and 6years old; very prompt, extra
stylish mm BMfMBt driven: sharp roaasters; lear nothing:
warranted sound and kind. Also, an elegant Landaulet.
made by Wood, Brothers A Co., new last November;
Harms*, by Fcrrell; blankets, Ac.; sold for want of
I tw?.
LADY'S PHAETON TURNOUT, consisting of the fast
Black Trotting Pony Clarence; wa? sired by Hero; is 15
high, 8 years old; nil extra line prompt and cosy driver;
has trotted at Prospect Park In 2:37k; is afraid of nothing
and warranted sound and kind; lias been driven by a
lady the past two years. Also, an elegant city made Top
Pony Phaeton, Harness, Blankets, Ac.; sold only on account
of owner going to Europe.
PROPERTY can now be seen at the Mart
A MORTGAGE RALE
OK KOUR FAST ROAD HORSES,
CARRIAGES, HARNESS, BLANKETS, AC.,
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, AT 10W O'CLOCK,
AT STABLE 151 WEST THIRTY-EIGHTH STREET,
Including a team of last bay Mares, s and 6 years old;
finely bred; have tine action; are 15>i hands high;
have fine symmetery, of rugged ennurance; can
beat 2:50, and are warranted sound and kind; amiable and
well behaved, and have few superiors as a family team;
will be sold separate If required.
Also tiiic, handsome and fast chestnut norsc, 15^ hands
high, 7 years old ; sired lw Magna t'hnrta. dam a thoroughbred
maro; was purchased last fall at Bingliamton.
N. Y., by present owner, after he saw him trot a mile and
repeat In 5:07; he Is a great roadster, gentle and true, and
warranted sound In every respect.
Also a fast flag-tall bay Trotter, 15% hands high, 11 years
old: sired by American Star, datn by Seely's Bellfounder;
he has a record of 2:3G; can neat 2.40 now, and warranted
kind in all respects, and no unsoundness to hurt him.
Also 2 Top Wagons, 1 Cabriolet, 1 Pony Phaeton. 1 Open
Wagon, single and double Harness, Ac.
Ha1<- positive, rain m nliiuo.
Bv order of mortgagee.
STOCK CAN BE SEEN AS ABOVE AT ANY TIME
PREVIOUS TO SALE.
A BROWN HORSE, IS* HANDS IIIOH, 9 YEARS
old; warranted sound and true; price $125. ran lie
seen for two day* at 827 and 53# West Twenty-tint iitreet.
A GENUINE Dl'SENBURY A VANDUSER FUEL
neat Jagger road Wagon, In complete order; price,
$100. At 845 Eighth avenue, shoe xtore.
CIORBETT A CO., CARRIAGES, WEST 25TII STREET?
J Offer a variety of second hand Marriages low.
One four-wheeled Dog-cart, almost new;
One Brett, In first class order;
One Clarence?our own liulld;
One coupe, suitable for hacking, and
Several top and open Wagons.
C^ARRHOES, PONY FHABTOX8 AND BUSINESS
J Wasons, all styles, for sale or to let by the day or
season. WITTV'S manufactory and (tablet, Kevin* and
Fulton street!), Brooklyn.
17u8hionable vehicles?superbly finished,
' at low prices.
a. 8. fla sdr ait,
No*. 7 and 18 East Eighteenth street.
For halk?a pair ok fine bay horses, m
hands, 9 and 10 yearn old. A tine hay coupe Horse, 16
hands, to match the above, 6 year*. Will be sold cheap,
the owner leaving the city. WM. COGSWELL,
218 Lexington avenue and Thirty-third street.
For sale-a pair of oapplf, gray ponies,
14% hands, 8 and fi years old ; warranted sound; suitable
lor a truck or express; sold for want of use. SiH'jf
Hudson street.
IilOR SALE?A PHAETON (STIVER'S MAN1TFAC1
ture), capable o! seating six ; will be solil cheap,
owner having no u?'> lor it. Inquire ut 'Ifi9 Washington st.
For rale?a half-top park phaeton, n. m.
Stivers maker, in fair order; $30>, cost SHOO; alto
brown Mare, 18 bands liigh, H years oUI: warranted sound
and iree from vice; line, stylish driver for either coupe or
buggy. Address GEORGE MOORE, care of John Mills, 14
Vesey street.
rilOR SALE?AN EI.EOANT IRON GRAY HORSE 16%
r hands high, 6 years old: sound mid kind In all harness.
Inquire atB9(> Greenwich street, horseshoeing gliop.
If not sold to-day can be seen on Wednesday.
IVIOR RALE?PLATFORM, 8PRINO, OROCRRY OR
J Express Top Wagon, Fielding Bros. , makers, In
splendid order. Apply at BRITTON'H, corncr Twentytlfth
street and Sixth avenue.
For sale?a good stout birilf Canadian
Horse; sound, kind, true; 14% hands; Express
Wagou. Harness, cheap, as there Is no use lor tlieni. 337
West Forty-iourth street.
For rale-a wood bror. swell front, crimson
satiu llned nnd lliieu slip Coune, with pole and
shafts; price, $000. Imiuire at King's livery stables, East
Porty-flrst street
For sale?at no. 3 neilson place, upper
part of Merccr street, a second hand Hack Coach,
In first rate running order; price $100.
tttor RALE?two FINE FAMILY SINGLE bay
J. I1UIW, 10 mills ii IK ' , " JV?I1 uiu . 11 lie mm IIIIU
innnen, no white; warranted sound and kind. No. A West
Thirteenth street
HARNEKS.-LIOHT LEATHER COVERED SINGLE
Harness and liKtit double leather covered Harnem,
tiullt by Dunscomb, both In good order, tor talc cheap.
Add rem HARNESS, Herald office.
Harness, harness harness, iiarness.Every
description, slnirle and double, new and
socond hand ; lot, slightly Milled, at bargain*.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, ?W Broadway.
Manufacturers' union headquarters.-iii.
memo stock of every (trie Carriage*; several second
hand and slightly soiled Carriage*, all at reasonable
price*; all styles Harness.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 838 Broadway.
New waoon for sale cheap-suitable for
grocer or expressman; also baker's Wugon for sale
cheap at 6ft South Fifth avenue, near Houston street
PONT PHAETON, $7ft; TWO TOP WAOONS, $100; AUK)
a good assortment of all styles new and socond hand
Cnrriages, conpisting of Coaches, Clerunces, Landaus,
Coupes, Rockawnys, Depot Wagons, top and open Phaetons,
Ar., Ac.; also a tine lot ot Harness, RoIk'S, Sheets,
Whips, Ac.1 Ac. W. H. GRAY, 3D to 2'J Wooster street
SPEED.?RELIABLE CHESTNUT MARE, 15.3. WARrantcd
to trot in 2 :S0 on any good track; top Phaeton,
suitable for physician, in perfect order; Harness, good as
new; together or separately. COOK'S Stable,
Fortieth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues.
SPEED.?FOR PALE, HORSE CALLED WOODI'ECKer,
also a Road Wagon; owner has no use for them.
Apply at 118 Ludlow street
STUD HORSE FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.?
Son of t?. M. Pat/-hen, 9 years <>ld, lft>$ hands: tmts
fast; suro foal getter: vorv handsome; will trade for
eltv or ronntry property. At Mjers' Cottage, 110th street
and sixth avenue.
SADDLERY. HARNESS. HORSE CLOTHING MAM',
factored extensively by C. B. SMITH A CO., 40 Warren
street
WANTED-a OOOD SET LIGHT SINGLE HARNESS;
one that has been but little used. Address, with
prlct, kr , a. L. HNITll, lft Greenwich avenue.
WANTED?A ONEIIORSE COUPE, IN GOOD ORDER.
Address, with full particulars. CASH, box 3M New
York Post office.
(ft 1 on EOR A CHUNKY HORSE, SOI ND AND KIND.
fit for any work; one for milkmen or light
work, fHft: a piano box Buggy, $ftft. 24ft West Twentysixth
street
"1/WITH STREET, HULL'S HEAD.?A PULL BREED
AWVJ Durham Cow; six days calved: weighs l,J"0i six
years 014117 quartsol milk pei da?. Inuulrc for JOHN
RK H
GUST 20, 1872?TRIPLE S
HORIB8, CAHRIAOBB, AC.
&QAA -TEAM BAY HORSES, SIX YBABS; *KPAqP""VJ.
rately If desired; 19 hands; warranted sound
and kind In all harness; must noil; rloinng business. 41ft
Eighth uvcnuo. corner Tnlrty-flrst street.
piIK FASHIONS OK THE HOl'R.
WUAT THE LADIES ARE WEARING.
what 18 worn.
SEE THE EVENING TF.LEwRAM.
TO LET FOR HUAINttM* PI RPOSE8.
Auror, rine arORB to rent-on broap.
way, near Twenty-eighth street: low rent
H. R. DREW A CO.. las Fttth avenue.
A LARGE STORE TO RENT UNDER THE FIFTH
Avenue Hotel: Immediate possession : rent moderate.
H. R. DREW A CO., 16S Klith avenue.
For light business purposes.?five rooms
on flr*t floor J33 Eighth avenue, west side, near Twenty
aeventh street; posaeipion Immediate; dentist, milliner,
Ac.
FOR RENT?STORES 1,148, 1.1W, 1.I6J AND 1,170
Broadway. Apply at Anarlinent Houae, Broadway,
Twenty-seventh street and Fifth avenue.
STEAM POWER-NEW FACTORV, M BY *4. FIVE
story and basement; will lie built to suit occupants
and ready October 1. inquire of E. C. ROBINSON, 160
West Twenty-seventh street.
TO LET?TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY, THE STORE
and drat Loft in the building on the northwest corner
of Canal street and South Fifth avenue; possession Immediately.
Inquire of WM. J. KANE.% Nassau street
TO LET?TUB WELL KNOWN JACKSON HALL, CORner
Thirteenth and Horatio street*, for a tea, grocery
or liquor store; location Is central and very desirable;
rent low. Apply at ?08 Hudson street.
TO LET?A RESTAURANT IN ONE OF TnE BEST
business locations In the city. For particulars Inquire
at 192 Sixth avenue, between Thirteenth ana Fourteenth
streets.
PWBLU1IG HOITIBI TO MT.^ _
j Furnished.
A large number of furnished and unfurnlshed
Houses, private and hoarding purposes;
FUlh avenue, Urst dwr above Twenty-sixth street^ up
stairs.
A LARGE FOUR STORY HIOH STOOP HOUSE TO
rent, furnished, on Nineteenth street. near Fifth
avenue. H. R. DREW k CO., 168 Fifth avenue.
AFOl'R STORY HIOII STOOP BROWN STONE
House to rent, tarnished; Forty-third street, near
Fifth avenue. H. R. DREW A 00., llt&Flttb avenue.
A FAMILY OOINO TO EUROPE WILL RENT THEIR
House (near Thirty-fourth street and Madison avenue),
elegantly and fully furnished, Including l'lano and
Silver, to a private inmily only; rent $340 per month. Addrees
for two days F1US13EE, Herald Uptown Branch
otHce.
A BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED, RENT TO MAY 1.
Fnrtv-elghth street, Filth avenue, Thirty-eighth ana
Thirty-sixth ?'reet?. Mad lion unci Lexington avenues.
Tennltg only from W. POOLEY, 23 Union square.
A FOURS TORY BROWN STONE HIOH STOOP
House to let?Furnished or otherwise ; declihtful location,
vicinity Madi>on square. Apply to C. SMITH, 1,147
Broadway. Possession immediately.
IJLEOANTLY AND EXQUISITELY FURNISHED PRIj
vate Residence, in Piitr-thlrd street, near Fifth ^venue;
splendid Mansion in Fifty-fourth street. we*t: also
Houses ill all parta of the city. PAGE A McCAFFERTY,
Fifth avenue, corner Fifty-second street.
TO LET?THREE STORY HOUSE, NICELY FUR
nlshed. Apply to HOMER MORfiAN, No. J Pine St.
TOO LET?A H ANDSOM ELY FURNISHED HOUSE TILL
1 May next, $2.U00; also an unfurnished House, $260.
Parties desiring Houses or Hoowi apply at Everett
Library, 668 Sixth avenue.
^Unfurnished.
TO LET-FOTO STORY HIC.II STOOP BROWN STONE
House S03 West Thirty-thlrtl street: also three story
high stoop brick House, both containing all modern improvements.
Inquire of K. SIMON, 266 Broadway, or 215
west Kltty-thlrd street.
TO LET?IIP TOWN, EAST SIDE-A SMALL HOUSE
and two Lota, with stable room lor two horses, wagon
room and bay loft, suitable tor an expressman. Address
EAST SIUR, Iiok 177 llerald office.
TO LET?OENTKEL BRICK COTTAGE, YORKVILLE,
167 Eighty-third street, near Third avenue: seven
rooms; good neighborhood: $35. F. L. WAN HELL, 290
Broadway. Entrance ltcade street
TO LET?THE THREE STORY BROWN STONE HIGH
stoop House 117 East Twenty-sixth street. Apply on
the premises from 10 to 12.
TO LET?A TWO .STORY ATTIO AND BASEMENT
vri.lr Hmv, Wltli all Iliulfriil iuiiiiuici huv,, r
slon now. Broome street, near llud-oii.
I iru L>r. i?a iiinnrj muni nnun.i biu.id iiuuno
X on the went ride; furniture for sale. Apply to IIOMER
MORGAN, No. 2 Pine street.
Ft HMKUKD ROOMS AND APAHTMKNTS
TO LET.
A -TO LET, FURNISHED. A LA ROB FRONT ROOM
. for light housekeeping at $5 60 ner week; Hnll
Bedroom at $0 60 per month. 301 West Thirty-Unit street,
corner Eighth avenue.
A SECOND FLOOR To GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR
single gentlemen, who require ample room and good
attendance. 12S East Twenly-sccoud street, between
Lexington and Fourth avenues.
A -TWO PLAINLY FURNISHED ROOMS, FOR
housekeeping, >6 per week; good location, 1,275
It road ? ay, junction Sixth avenue, next tti corner Thirtyfourth
street
For rent?suit? for bachelors, with
steam, hath room and all modern improvements.
Inquire at Apartment House, Broadway, Twenty-seventh
street and Fifth avenue.
IiMNE LARGE ROOMS, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE
1 Hotel, furnished or unfurnished, to let to gentlemen
or to a small respectable family, at 1,147 Bioadway; also
ingle Rooms, 93 to $&
TO LET-HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
without Board, to gentlemen only, who require superior
accommodations, with neatness and order; house
occupied liy on iter. No. 82 West Twenty-first street
TO I.ET?A FLOOR OF SIX ROOMS. COMPLETELY
tarnished, for housekeeping, or would let singly to
gentlemen; neighborhood first class; family private;
terms moderate. 230 West Thirty-eighth street.
TO LET?FURNISHED, FOR HOUSEKEEPING, SECond
Floor, six room*, at $7 per week: Apartments,
three rooms. $3 to $4. Apply to A. C. GBLENLEAU, 451
uud 493 Broadway.
TO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, A
large and small Rootn, on second tloor K!2 Broadway,
near Thirteenth street; reference required. Cull there
on F. MAURA,
rjIWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
X housekeeping, for a gentleman and wile, to let at 204
East Twenty-flrst street, neor Third avenue.
WELL FURNISHED, CHEERFUL AND NEATLY
kept Rooms to let, at moderate rates. Inquire at
347 Fourth avenue, second door above Twenty-fifth street
WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.?EI.EGANTLY
furnished Rooms to let, in suits or singly ; also Otllce
for doctor or dentist. 118 west Twenty-third struct.
() PLEASANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS ON SKI ONI)
tL floor, connecting; bath adjoining, and rent reasonable;
also Room* on third floor, for gentlemen only. 120
West Twenty-second street.
O A WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.-ONE OR TWO
Zii gentlemen can have very pleasant Rooms, gas, hot
and cold wuicr, bath, Ac., in a private French family.
Apply V) i roicssor urn mm.
Me FIFTEENTH HTKBET, BBTWBBW IRVING
*) place ami Thin! avenue.?Handsomely furnished
Parlor Tor gentleman utid wife or two gentlemen, without
hoard. Kfi cptioii lor n doctor.
A 1 Q WEST NINETEENTH STREET, NEAR NINTH
TlO avenue.?Neatly furnished Floor for honsekeeping;
(.' ?. bath, hot and cold water; private family; good
neighborhood; terms moderate.
nan second avbnub. near thirty-sixth
OOO street?Neatly furnished front Rooms and Bedrooms
for housekeeping; also furnished l'nrlor, with Bedroom,
tor doCWs oltlce; all improvement*; good neighborhood.
U1VFUR1VIBHBD ROOMS AND APARTMBIDTR
TO LET.
AT 420 FOURTH AVENUE, NEAR TWENTY-NINTH,
street.?To let, clienp Floors, with improvements.
Apply on the premises, to the owner, from 11 to 1 o'clock.
A FINE SECOND FLOOR TO LET?BASINS,
clotcts, hath, hot nnd cold wnter; location healthy
and satisfactory; rent moderati to a small tamily. 282
West Twenty-sixth street, near Eighth avenue.
A PLEASANT SECOND FLOOR?WITH ALL IMiirovcments;
to let, In the Ninth ward: also several
Apartment*. A neat Cottage in Harlem, surrounded with
trees; fflO per month. Apply at <Kl3 Hudson street
A SECOND FLOOR OR TWO ROOMS TO LET?TO A
small family; rent $18 per mouth. Applv at No. 1
(lardcn row, West Eleventh street.
VTO. 327 EAST NINTH STREET, NEAR SECOND AVE1>
niie?Second Floor, comprising Ave elegant rooms,
with not and cold water and the most modern conveniences.
Inquire of JOHN J. BTOLLER.
TO LET-AT 179 LKXINOTON AVENUE, CORNER OF
Thirty-first street, a very desirable Floor for a small
family; hot and cold water, gas and bath on the floor;
rent moderate. Inquire lit the store,
TO LET-SECOND FLOOR IN l'RIVATB HOUSE, 141
East Fifteenth street, near Irving place; gas, bath,
hot and cold water, Ac.
TTERV DESIRABLE FRENCH FLATS OF SIX ROOMS.
V all modem Improvements, In first cla?s neighborhood,
to let from September I.
WALTBlt W. MONTAGUE, Eight)) avenue nnd 21st st.
4 ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR TO LET.?INQUIRE
of oEo. O. FOX, IW East Thirteenth nmt
,4A EAST TWENTIETH STREET, FOURTH AVENUE
T"U and Broadway. To a private raniUy only,IS Rooms;
$'.',OUO. For permit apply at 128 East Twenty second street,
trom 2 lo 4.
m A EAST TWENTIETH STREET.-PARLOIt FLOOR
tLYU and Hasemetit, also Third Floor to let; hltfh stoop
hnn?> with all modern Imnrnvement?: rents 1?I6 and MUL
ERA I
HEET.
RVROPKAN HTK4MSHIP*.
CH'NAKI) LINE.
) THE HRITISH AND NORTU AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL 8TEAMSU1PS,
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL,
CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
from nkw yohk. fiioh h?w tor?.
SCOTIA.. .Wed'day, Aug. 21 ALGERIA. Batday, Aug. 24
JAVA Wed'day, Aug. U PARTH1A. Kat'day. Aug. SI
CHINA ...Wed'day,Sept. 4 CALABRIA .Sat'dv, Sept. 7
RUSSIA. .. Wcd'dav, Sept 11 ABYSSINIA.Kat'dv, Sept 14
CUBA Wed'day, Kept. 18 RATA VIA .Rat day, Sept. 21
- -And every following Wcdncaday and Saturday from
New York.
Hilton of pawage?Cabin, $80. 9I'M) and $130, (told, according
to accommodation. Ticket* to Pari*, BIN gold,
additional. Return ticket* on favorable term*. Steerage,
$30, currency,
Steerage ticket* from Liverpool and Queanstown and
ail part* of Europe at lowest rates. Through bill* of
lading gtvou lor Reliant, <ll*rgow. Havre. Antwerp and
: other port* on the Continent and for Mediterranean
I borta. Kor freight ami cabin pa*tuge apply at the coin
pauv'* ofllec, No. 4 Bowling Urccn; for steerage parage,
' ?t 111 Broadway, Trinity Building.
CHAR. O. FRA>lCKLYN, Agent
PASSENGERS PER STEAMSHIP SCOTIA EMHAItK
from the Cunard Whart, loot of Grand street, Jersey
City, at4 P. U. on Wednesday, August 21. 1871
CflAK. (J. KRANCKLYN,
No. 4 Bowling Green, New York.
INMAN LINE.
Kor Quecnstown and Liverpool.?Roval mall steamers
are appointed to nail us follows ?
CIlY OF MONTREAL, Saturday, August 24, 10 A. M.
CITY OK BRUSSELS, Saturday, August 31, 2 IV M.
CITY OK NEW YORK, Thursday, Sept #. 1 A. M.
CITY OK PARIS, Saturday, Sept. 7, 8 A. M.
CITY OK LIMERICK, Thursday, Sept. 12, 1 P. M.
CITY OK ANTWERP, Saturday, Sept 14, 2 P M.
And each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier
4ft North Hlver.
niTM or ritsacb.
Payable In Oold. Pavable In Currency.
Flr*t Cabin $78 Rteeriv/o $30
To Londou 80 To l.ondon 90
To Paris $0 To Paris M
,l,n ..-.I,,,* Il?n,l..,.n U ?...
don, Norway uiul Denmark at reduced rules.
Ticket* run lie bought here at moderate rate* by persons
wishing to send tor their friends.
For further Information apply at the company's office.
JOHN O. I)AI,K. Agent,
_ ift Broadway, New York.
North oekman lloyd steamship company.
For Southampton and Bremen.
The steamship HANSA, Captain 15. Brlckeusteln, will
Mil on ednesduy, August 21, 2 r. M., from Bremen pier,
foot Third street, Hoboken; lo he followed by
Steamship MAIN. Captuln K. Voil Orterendorp, on
Saturday, August 24.
Rates of Passage to London, Havre and Bremen,
payable In gold or its equivalent In eurrcucy.
First cabin .. ...il20
Second cabin 7j
Steerage 30
For freight or passage apply to
OELRICH8 A CO., Agents,
No. 2 Bowling Orec.11.
WHITE STAR I,INE.
New York, Cork and Liverpool. New and Aill-pow.
erod steamships, the largest In the world.
ocean.c, baltic, majestic. adriatic,
republic. celtic, atlantic!
8.UOO tons burden, 3,0ft) horse power each.
Balling from New York on Ha turd ays, from Liverpool
on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each way.
BALTIC August 24, at 10 A. M.
REPUBLIC August31, o?4 P. M.
OCEANIC September 7, at ?;30 A. M
ADRIATIC September 14, at 3:30 P. M1.
From the White Star dock, Pavonla ferry, Jersey City.
Passenger accommodations for all classes unrivalled,
coinunuug sait'iy, speeu ann comion.
Saloon*, stateroom*, smoking room and bathrooms In
midship section, where least motion if) felt. Surgeons and
stewardesses accompany the steamer*.
Kate*?Saloon, $80 in gold: steerage. $30 In currency.
Those wishing to "end for friend* In the Old Country can
now obtain steerage prepaid certificate*, $33 currency.
Passenger* booked to or trom all part* or America, Pn rts,
Hamburg, Norway. Sweden, India, Australia, China. Ac.
Draft* from ?1 upward.
For Information apply at the company'* office, 19 Broadway,
New York.
Dill* of lading issued through to Continental porta.
J. H. SPARKS, Agent
IStfAY, IMRIE A CO., 10 Water street, Liverpool, and
No. 7 East India avenue, I^adenliall street, London.
0 J DONOVAN ROS8A WIIITK HTAR I.1NE 263 RROADway,
between Chambers and Warren streets. Cabin
passage, $?>; superior steerage accommodation, $30; pro
paid tickets, $33. Draft* payable on England, Ireland
and Scotland.
National link of steamships.
Weekly to (jueenstown and Liverpool, fortnightly to
and from London direct.
TO QUEEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
from pier* 44 and 47 North Rlvor.
CANADA, Welister Saturday, August 24, at!) SO A. M
SPAIN, Orace Saturday, August 31. at 3-.30 P. M
OREECE. Saturday, September 7, at 8:30 A. M
KOYP'f, Orogan Saturday, September U, al 2 P. M
FOR LONDON DIRECT.
HELVETIA, Origan Wednesday, August 38, at 2 M P. M
ERIN, Lawcon.. . .Wednesday, September 11, at 10:30 A. M
DENMARK, Sumner Wednesday, Ho (it. 2ft, at 11 30 A. M
Cabin passage, Vtift ami $7ft, currency.
Steerage, $W, currency.
Prepaid steerage tickets from Llveruool, Que.enstown,
Ijondnnderry, Olasgow or London, $32, currency.
69 Broadway. J^.'W. J. HUHS1^ Manager"
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.?STEAM TO QUEENS,
town and Liverpool.
Sailing every Wednesday.
WISCONSIN, Freeman, Jr August21, at3 P. M.
MANHATTAN, Prlcc, Jr August 28. at 1 P. M.
From nler 46 North Hirer.
Cabin pannage, SHI), gold ; steerage, $30, currency.
Prepaid ticket*. $33. currency.
Pnfsongprs booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Norway
anil Sweden, Ac. Draft* on Ireland, England, France
and Ocrmany at lowest rate*. Aptly to
WILLIAMS A Or ION, 2J Broadway.
QNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE.
The Oeneral Transatlantic Company's Mall Steamships
between New York and Havre^ calling at Brest
The splendid vessels on this favorite route for tho Continent
wilt sail from pier ftO North River, as follows:?
FRANCE, Doure Saturday, August 24
VILLE DE I'AltIS, Surmount Saturday,Sept. 7
ST. LAURENT, tannarle Saturday, Sept. 21
WA8IIINOTON. lloussan Huturilav. Oct. 5
Price of passage In gold (including wine) to Bred or
HavreFirst
cabin $125 Second cabin $79
Excursion tickets at reduced rates.
Those steamer* do not carry steerage uawngtri.
American travellers colnir to or returning ironi the Continent
of Kurope by taking the steamer* or this line avoid
both transit by English railway and the discomforts of
crossing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble and
expense.
GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent, OS Broadway.
Reduction in passage rates.
ANCHOR LINE.
Express passenger strainers sail from New York every
Wednesday nnd Saturday.
Passengers booked and forwarded to and from all railway
stations In Great Britain, Ireland, Ucrinany. Norway,
Sweden or Denmark and America ns nafely, speedily,
comfortably and cheaply as anv other route or line.
THE NEW DEPARTURES.
satcrna*'s stkamers. wkdnksday's stfamrks.
AUHTKA MA August 24 IOWA Auitiij-t 28
COLUMBIA AugiJBt.Hl BRITANNIA Sept. 4
EUUOPIA Sept. 7 ASSYRIA Sept. 11
ANOLIA Sept. 11 CALEDONIA. Sept 18
INDIA Sept. 21 OLYMI'IA Hept. 26
CALIFORNIA S.-pt. 28 TKINAORIA October 2
At noon, from pier 20 North River, New York. Currency
rates of passage to London, Liverpool, Glasgow or Dcrry,
ipv Wednesday's steamer*. $60; by Haturduy's steamers,
$(ir> and $7A; excursion tickets, $120; Intermediate, $3.1;
steerage, $28. Certificates, at lowest rates, ran be bought
here by those wishing to send for their ltlends.
Apply at the company's offices to
HENDERSON BROTHERS,
No. 7 Bowling Green.
TIIE IIAMHI.'RO-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
iron mail steamship
CIMBRIA,
Captain W. Stahl, will rail on Thiirwlay, August 22,1872,
at 2 P. M., for Hamburg.
taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London,
' herbourg and Hamburg.
First Cabin, $120 Second Cabin, $72.
steerage. $W, payahleln United Suites gold.
KUN1IAKDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAS,
General Agents, General Passenger Agents,
?1 Broad street, N. Y. 61 Broadway, N. Y.
The VANDAI.IA will s.ill August 28.
Great western steamship link to Bristol,
England.?The magnificent new steamship
GREAT WESTERN, Stamper. sails August 20.
Cabin passage, 70; Intermediate, $45; stccrago, $30;
& repaid ticket*, $94.
. MORGAN'S HONS. 70 South street
COASTWISH 8TKAM8HIPS.
Pacific ma11. htkamship comparts line to
California, Japan and China,
via Panama,
carry inn niatli. passengers and freight to
Asplnwall, Panama, Santa Martha, Greytown and Pacific
Coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru and Chile.
Stoamer* leave 10th, 20th and 30th each month, oxcept
when those date* fall on Sunday, then the day previou*.
August av-Hteamer OCEAN UUKKN, Captnln J. B.
Baker, will leave pier No. 42 North River, at 12 o'clock
noon, for A/plnwall direct, connecting at Panama with
steamer ARIZONA, Captrln , touching at Acapulco,
Munzatilllo, Mn/.atlan an<l Cape Hi Lucas. and alao connecting
for nil Central American and South Pacific porta
Departure of 10th each month connect* with the Company's
rtrnmcr. touching nt Han Benito, Tonata, Hallna
Croat and Port Attfal. Freight for all way porta received
until 4 P. M. oi AugiM 17.
Hteainer JAPAN will leave Han Francisco August 31 for
Japan anil Chin*. For rates of pa?sage, freight and nil
further liiiiirmallon apply at Company a ofllceon the pier
loot oft 'anal street. F. It. BAliy, Agent.
united states and brazil mail steamship
u company.
The elegant side wheel steamship SOUTH AMERICA.
2,1171 ton* hnrthen, Captain E. L. Tinklcjtaugh, will Rail
lor Ht. Thomas, Pnra, Pernambuco, Halila and Rio
.'unt'iro, on Friday, August 23, at .Ho'clock P. M., from pier
4.1 North River.
For freight or pa*?age apply to
KM. R. GARRISON, Agent,
No. 5 Bowling t'recn.
l/iiit NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
J MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE,
from pier No !? North River, at 3 o'clock P. M.
tlKNKRAL MEADE,
on Saturday, August 24.
Freight recelvrd dally. Through rate* given for St
Louis, Vlcksbnrff, Mobile, Uulveston and lmlianola
Kor freight or pus*nge, having superior accommodation-,
apply to FREDERIC HAHKit, 80 Broadway.
f<WR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
J; Southern Line.
The Steamship CITY OK GALVESTON,
.Captain Jones.
will leave pier 21 Ka<l River, Wednesday, Augii-t 21.
Freight tor St. Louis, Mobile and Oalve*ton taken.
For tr' lvht or passage, having superior accommodation*,
apply to
C II M ALI.DRY A CO., 153 Maiden lane.
I/O It NKW ORLEANS DIRECT.
I The Cromwell Steamship Line.
The steam?hlp CtlltTEH, Captain V. Keiohle, will leavo
pier No. 9 North liner, on Saturday, August 24, at S
o'cloek P. M. Freight received daily.
Through rate* given to Galveston, Indianola, Mobile
and St. Louis. I'arun passage, $00; steerage, $1\
1 For freight or passage apply to
i U. B. CK'iMWELL A CO. 88 West street
\iD.
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
(OASTWISK STEAMSHIPS.
DIRBOT LINE to Havana
havana, PKOORKrtO and vera cruz.
| New York and Mexican Mall Kteaiuxhlu Line, leaving
: pier 17 Bant River at S P. M., direct to Ilavana.
CI'IY OK MEXICO. Hhcrwood. Friday. August M
CITY OK HAVANA, Deakm, (HavauA only),
WtdnemUy, September 4
1 CLEOPATRA, Phillip* Havana only i. Wednesday. Sept. 11
CITY OK M I'.IUUA, I'lunamma.i.. IhurnJuy iJcptrmher It
For freight or rauuue apply to
F. ALF.XANIJRK A SONS, 33 Broadway,
UNITED STATES MAII. TO IIA VANA.?ATLANTIC
Mail St.ami.lilp Company, Milling regularly every
Thursday, at S o'clock P. M. precisely, from pier No 4
North Rfver.
MOHItO CASTLE, Captain T. II. Morton, via Nivwan.
AngUHt U
CRESCENT CITY, Captain T. S. Ctirtl*, August 29.
COLUMBIA, Captain M. 11. Oreonc, Septembers.
For .might or i**ag. apply to
No. 5 Bowling tircrn.
Texas live ok oalveston steamers,
touching nt Key Woahoarri In# llio Unite,! State* mall.
The utriitiiylilp CLYDE. Cauiuln Kemieily, at pier Jt)
Kut River, will leave on Saturday, AugitJtiL
Through bilU of lading Riven to llouatoti and to all
potato oa the (!alvc?ton, Houston and llenderiton and B.
B. R and O. Railroad.
Kor freight or pnmaj/e apply to
0. II MAJJT/iilY # CO., 135 Maiden lane,
or to w p. clyde, II# ww I street.
NOTICE ? Shlpptia ?f'B*?i'dH by ?leamer('?o. W. Clyde
will t>lea?e take notlmrfiat they ha\? hemi trannferred i"
the Rteamer Clyde, and will pleaii* .'all ui our oflleo and
liavo bills ..l lading changed, If It him not already been
<l?.uo, C. h. MAM.OKY A CO
I poll N OKFMI.lv, 1'ITV POINT AND RICHMOND.?
The Old Dotniuion KU-auchip Company will .levpatch
from pier 8/ North River Ihelr elegant ride wheel
Bt.anuh.p WYANOKE, Couch, commander, fur Norfolk,
?ii,r I'Piuimiu iwviunmiii, mi u, ill a l".
M., giving tliroiuh l.ltls ol lading to all point* South mid
j Houtliivcut. Through pafnfiigi-.i tickets Imtied to .ill
i point*. Accommodation* unc<|iialli-d. Apiilv hi pier J7
] or nt the general o.Heo, 187 Greenwich ntreet, curlier of
| l)ey Htreet.
IJ1UK FASHIONS OK TUB liorit.
f WHAT THE LA1MK8 ARK WEARING.
WHAT TT WORN.
SEE THE BVBNINO TELEGRAM.
TKAVKIiLKlt.T UlIDE.
A1.UANY AND trot nv PAT UNK BOAt5^3Tt? '
BARl) Hini DANIEL DREW, coiumciiclnx May 27.?
I Leave Ve*try ntreet pier nt 8:#) A. M. ami Thirty-ton i-th
I ntreet at H Ai, landing at Yonkcra, Turrytown and Nvuck
i 0>y ferryboat), Pougiikeepsle, Klilneliuck, Tlvoll, Cat* lull
I and H ii'Ihom.
ITrip ticket* to OoKzent', West Putnt, Cornwull and Newbury.
returning sniur day, (1.
Connecting lor ull point* Wont and North,
Special tratlin to Saratoga and Sharon name evening.
i FTEtlNOON BOAT KOR MEWBURUL PODOBBSBPJY
sle, Roudoitt, Kingston, Cozzena', Went Point, OornwiH,
Now Hamburg. Milton and 11 ydo. f'ark. The MARY
POWELL, Irom Ventry nt., pier MlJ, every afternoon at !l A
(1ITIZEN8' EVENING LINE STEAMERS KOR TROY
J direct?Steamer* Kl'NNYKIDE anil THOMAS
roffKLU icivt pier Hti Nortn Kiver, root North Moore
street, daily, Saturdays excepted, at 0 1*. M., making sure
connection* with all trains going North. Eait and Went
Tickets sold and 1'ajik'nno chocked to all polut* oil Heusjtelaer
and Saratoga and Troy and Boston Railroads.
(IONKV ISLAND EAST RIVKIl UNB. ?HTKAMKR O.
J T, OLVPHANT, Captain E. T. Wilson, leaven regularly
every day, North Kk'hth street, Williamsburg. 11.45
A. ?.; Rlglitli street. New York, 10 A. M. and 1 30 P. M.:
Peck slip, 10:30 and 2; Snckett street, Hrooklyn, 10:45 ami
2:2fl.
FALL RIVKR LINK KOK BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT.?
The steamers BRISTOL and PROVIDENCE, tVorn
pier 2S North River, foot of Murray street, dally (Sandays
excepted) at ft :1ft P. M. Tickets sold to principal points In
New England, the White Monntalns una Provinces.
Hall's Band engaged for the season.
A. 1*. BACON, Superintendent.
I7IOR STAMFORD AND GREENWICH?THE STEAM
' boat N Kl.MK WHITE leaves daily flroin pier 37 East
River at 3 :Sti. and loot of Thirty-third street at 3:40 P. M.;
leaves Stamford at 7 A. M.
Tj^OR NOKWALK, DANBURY, LITCHFIELD AND IN.r
termedlatc stations, via Danbary and Shepanv Valley
Railroads.?The now steamer AMERICIS leaves
daily flroin foot of Market street, 1:45, and Thirty-third
street at 3 P. M., connecting with the Danbnry Railroad.
/innrunADV mil/! TPn Idl.ivn Bill
Harbor and New Suffolk.
Summer arrangement, commcncing July 25.
Tito New York Steamboat Company will despatch, from
nieri North Hlvcr, dally (Sundays excepted), at a o'cloek
P. M., the world-renowned steamer*
J. I). BOllUYMill, Couimandor J. B. Edwards,
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday;
ESCORT, Commander John Burbank,
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Returning, will leave
Sac narbor at 4 P. M., Oroenport at 5-.30 P. M.,
Shelter Inland atft l?. M.. Orlout atfi:30 P. M..
an lollowa Steamer. J.. B. SCII VVI.KH. Monday.^ Wednes?
du'v! Sunday's steamer will leave H a k ? IT a rVi'oru t "(i fi.ii'.
Steamer J. H. SCI!UYl.Ufl will leave Kq^ Harbor Mondays
at 7 o'clock A. M. for Neiv Suffolk and return.
A. W. DIMOCK. President, No. !> Howling Green.
glJMMKR ARRANGEMENT.
HARLEM AND NEW YORK NAVIGATION CO.
Coniniene.ing July 1, 1872.
Steamers 8YLVA N" GROVE. SYLVAN STREAM. SYLVA*
GLEN and SYLVAN DELL,
Landing at Harlem, liutli street. ItMth street, AMorla,
Eleventh a'reet and Perk slip.
Way?Landing at I20tii street, lO.nh street, Astoria ami
Eleventh street?Leave Harlem, 0, 7, % 9. 10 an III A. M.;
2, 3. ?, 5, Sand 7:13 P.M.
Express?Landing at 120.Ii street and Pock slip only ?
Leave llarlem?A 30, 7 :S0, f X) 9 :.K) and 10 SI A. M.; l/:.10
1 at, 1:30, 3:30, 4 JO and 8:30 P. M.
Way?Landing at Eleventh street, Astoria, 109th street,
120th street ana 130th street?I<eave Peek Klip?6:1ft, 7. S,
U . wA 111 4 VI . 19 VI . I 1 l 1 11-11 nn.l 7 I' v
Express?Landing at \ifrtVi street and' 13iith ?trce t,Harlem
Leave Peck Blip?7 -HI, S-30, 9aElO ?) and 11:80 A. M.;
1 SO, 2 .30, 3 :30, 4 JO, 5 :?> anil 6 30 P. M.
The # A. M. N>at Itom Harlem. and the 6:15 P. M. from
Peck klip, do not land at ItNih ntrwr.
Freight received frimj7 A. M. until 5 P. M.
Schools and picnics taken on reasonable term*.
HUNDAY AKRANOP.MENT.
Boats leave Uarlem at 8 :.K) A. M., and hourly and halfhourly
thereafter during the day, landing at Astoria anil
Eleventh street each trip. Last boat leaves llarlein at
7 M P. M.. and Peck slip ut 8 :IS P. M.
Thla In the oiilv line connecting with the regular lint ot
boat* for High Bridge.
I'aawligers by thla line of boat* can visit the (Jovern
incut works at Hell Gate, Schneider'# and Si-hutzir's
Parks at Astoria, Christ Park au l Kurt's Park at North
New York, at;d High Bridge.
J. F. TALLMAN, Superintendent.
KXCfRSIOXH.
A?ON DECK I HJOIt BRIDGE, AltOYl I'Nf'LB
DAVE POLLOCK has opened a Refreshment Saloon.
where all can make themselves at home. Take Harlem
Imats, Peck slip, every half hour A largp and commodious
platform Is now ready. Dolly Vardcti train ran*
every day.
A GRAND FAMILY EXCURSION AND CLAM BAKU ?
A The steamer PLEASANT VALLEY will make a
family excursion to Long Branch and Rockawav Bench,
on Thursday, August 22. 187'.', leaving Morri'ania at 8 :30.
ll'Jth itrceI at 8 -LI, Astoria at 9 and Fulton Market slip at
9:30 A.M. Music, Geo. Wallace and lull baud. Fare lor
the trip $1. Clams free.
Daily excursion to the camp ground at
He a Cliff Orove. stopping at Whitciitoiic, Hu.ylls' Dock,
Oreat Ncck, Sands Point, Ulen Cove, Glen wood and Roslvn.?Steamer
arrowmmitii leave* pier 24 East River
(Peck kIIu), dally, at 9 is a. m. for the above landing* returning
to the city about 0 JO P. M. Tho sEaWaNhakA
loaves name pior at 4 08 P. M lor above landings.
J7IXCUR8ION.-A BEAUTIFUL PLEASANT, HEALTH*
'j ami cheap Excursion to ana aloug Rockaway beacll
Tor miles by the Houth Hide Railroad. Do not lail to enjoy
It Trains leave Roosevelt and Grand street ferries at s
and 10 A. M , and 1, 4 and 4 JO P. M., returning in goo&
season.
riRAND EXCURSION TO CONEY ISLAND.?THH
\JT new and fast steamer GENERAL 8EDGWICK leaves
New York for Coney Island every day as followsChristopher
street. 9:1# A. M.: pier No. 4 North River, 9:30 A.
M.: Christopher street. Il?.; pier No. 4 North River. IS :10
P. Si.; Christopher stwjet, 8 P. m. ; Dlcr No. 4 North Rlveiu
8 :l# P. H. Extra trip from pier 4 North River, 8 P. M.
REOl'LAR BOAT TO THE FISHING BANKS ?TUB
largo and commodious stoamer MONITOR, W. B. Cars
roll, Captain; Captain Jack Simmons, Pilot; Francis Murj
ray, Clerk?will make excursions to the Fishing Banks
dally, Saturday not excepted. This boat goes rain at
shine. Leave* Eighth street. East River, at 7 : Peck slltu
East River, at 7k; Christopher street. North River, at 8KJ
and pier 4, North River, at 9 o'clock A. M. Tickets 91, uF,
dies HOc, Good accommodations for famllle*. Muslt by!
Scliicdef. OWEN A PATRICK KF.ENAN, Managers. I
Steamers mokrisania and uarlbm, for mobj
rlsanla, Harlem, Astoria, Yorkville and High Bridge.;
avo Fulton Market slip at 7 :U, 8:1B, 9 u and 10 50 A. fl. f
1:15,8:15,4:1#, 5:1ft, 6 20 and 7 05 P. M. Leave Morrisanl*
St 1 flft. 7:10, 8:15, ?!l# and 10:18 a. 8.; lift 2 48, 4:15, 5 iff
and 6 Is P. If. tbc 9:15 A.M. trip from Morrlsanla will)
be express from Astoria to New York. The ft 15, 4 .15 and)
7 06 F. M. trips from Fulton Market will be express to As-'
torla. ah others land at Eighth street. Sunday noau
irom 10 A. M. to 8 P. M., landing at U. 8. government
work* at Hell Gate, Astoria. Each trip connects, without
delay, with steamer Catlln, for High Bridge and Interin**
dlate landings. J
TO CIIAHTBR?THE SPLENDID SALOON SIDB^
wheel steamboat NEVEBSINK, for excursions or private
parties. Apply to W. II. HAZARD, Jr., 173Green,
wlch street
DRY GOODS. ______ J
TTAIR, HAIR, HAIR.?SHAWM? PATENT IIAIRj
AA e<|ual to human hair: can be combed and brushed B
Switches, #0c.; Hntnan Hair, cheapest und bestln th?
market; solid Switches, one yard long, W; Frencl*
Switches, $4: Curls, tl and upwards; ladles' own hall}
madeorer, 36c.; Utest styles always on band. 351 Boworv,
opposite Third street, and near Great Jones, an)
stair*, nnd Stf.1 Sixth avenue, between Twenty-second anl
Twenty third streets, up stairs. J
V At HTM, STEAMBOATS, 4tC. ,
FiOR SALE-A NEW IRON TITO BOAT, 118 FEEt!
lone, 2< feet beanu? Hoot hold, engine 34x.V '
L. P. NEAFI A LEVY, Penn Works, Philadelphia.J
< LIOR SALB-THE CABIN SLOOP YACHT BMILIE: I rf
V first clfti* order ; must be sold, owner has no use for
| Ik r. Apply on board, foflt of West Thirty fourth street 4
I/OR SALE-A SCHOONER, FOUR YUM ObM
carries 60.000 brick, or 1(0 tont In six feet: sails new*
| To be seen for two days at O'CONOB'B Dock, Erie Basin,
Brooklyn. j
I liV)K SALE CHEAP-SLOOP YACHT, 40 FBET LONG/
r 11 besint draws fl inches; roomy eabln, handsomely
, furnished; fast and able. Apply at 77 Hleocker street, o*
j U> CayUtU BEN BROWN, Astoria, L 1. j
WANTED-A YACHT, WITH CREW. FOR FIVB orf
six day-i, accommodating nbotit ft Adilre^, with
! ^rtc? and particulars, A. W. Ja.. bv* ^ vf*

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