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Jf5fllBllT*~8?coii? Pag* -Fifth and xlxih columns.
BOLtJOT?SBTKirrn PiO',._Sixth column.
IJAKWH-Third Pac*--Second coluuin.
IRDERS WANTED?^,kco*d Pack?First column.
iBO AND LODGIKo % ANTED?Second ?AQ?-Ftr?t
fed second coWMin.
39KLYN BOAS."L>?Second Paoe?Second cohuan.
OOKLYN R-TiVL ESTATE FOB SALE?8eoon? Fa?b?
8lSSS^dt^uKTL'NITIES?8eco*D Paoe-W* eolSIMHM
NOTICES?Fifth Pia??Sixth oo??mn.
rYly.tfL, ESTATE FUR SALE?WEOOND l-aub-^eond
J5B*iTaND salesmen?ttfwta pa<j?-Powrthool'nmn.
. .
oiSwSKltiKHira-f."- r.?- .?d .Hill
nv*ck'i'nlekflhip8?8bco*d paoe-Fifthjolomn.
IwElTlNO^OUslw TO LET?FUKNTHHED AND DNVI)R
VIHHKD-TnrmD PAUK-First column.
'dhopban steamships?Firut Page?Fifth column.
CXOURHIONB? Fiest Page? Fourth column.
IN ancial?ninth Page?Fifth column.
roB SALB?second Pauk?Third and fourth column*.
?JBNI8HED BOOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LBTThikd
Pack? First and second column*.
fURNlTURE?Second P awe?Sixth column.
CBENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Setenth Page?Sixth
HBL^0lUWANTEI>?FEMALES?Setentb Page?Third
HBL^01WaNTED?MALES?Sxvxiith Page?Fifth and
sixth oolumns.
HORSF.H, CarkiAtlES, ac.?First Page?Second and
Jhird columns.
HOTELS?Second Page?8econ<l column.
HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Second Page?Fourth
column.
INSTRUCTION?Seventh Page?Sltxh column.
LOAN OFFICES?First Page?Sixth column.
I/lCT iNn Wltlivn?Pibht Pinu?Rlrnt ( nlutnn.
fiXcniNERY?Second Page?Fourth column.
MARBLK MANTELS?Third Pack?Second column.
MATRIMONIAL?Third Paoe?Second column.
MKDTUaL?Seventh Page?Sixth colnmn.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth PAGE?
Sixth column.
?USICAL?Second Page?Sixth column.
ERSON AL?First Paoe?First column.
PIANOFORTES?Second Page? Sixth column.
POLITICAtr?Third Pack?Second column.
POST OFFICE NOTICE?Third Page?Second column.
PROPOSALS?Third Page?Second column.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
Seventh Page?Third column.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?Second Page?Third column.
nwat. estate to excuanue?Second Page?Third
column.
HEAL KSTATE WANTED?second page?Third column.
REWARDS?Firkt Page?First and second column*.
BALES AT AUCTION?First Page?Fourth column,
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Seventh page?
First, second and third columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Seventh Page?Fourth
column.
SPECIAL NOTICES?First Page?Second column.
SUMMER RESORTS?Second Page?Second column.
fllE TRADES?Seventh Page?Sixth column.
IIE TURK?First Page?Second column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Third Pag*?First
colnmn. ?. . .
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?First Page?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Third Pagk?Second column.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?Third Page?Second column.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?Second Page?Third colnmn.
WINES, LIQUORS, AC.?Seventh Page?Sixth column.
YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?First Page?Sixth column.
HERALD BRANCH OFFICE-UPTOWN
^A DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE,
1,266 B"ROADWAY,
WE8T SIDE, BETWEEN 1II1 KTX-rlKoi AHU JWB1ISECOND
STREETS.
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED PROM 8 A. M.
ILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS 2 TILL 9
?. M.) AT OFFICE RATES. NO EXTRA CHAROE OP
NY KIND.
PgRSOXAl..
^R RIVED.
k CHILD FOR ADOPTION FROM BIRTH?OF THE
L highest parentage. Apply immediately at Mrs.
JST'H, 183 Christopher street
?ROOKLYN. MONDAY EVENING, MYRTLE AVENUE
? ear.?Will lady with black and white striped drew,
nil bag and- package, please send her address to the
< of the two gentlemen who recoiniizcd her after learI
car at City Hallf Address HONOR, Herald office.
HARLEY-DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR LETTER UNtil
half-past three o'clock on Friday, Augusts. Anxious
we you. Write again. F.
nARLE?WILL YOU MEET ME NEXT SATURDAY
evening, at 8 o'clock, corner of TmMr-elxUi rtreet
I Broadway t MARIES.
ITY ISLAND, TWENTY-THIRD STREET STAOE.?
Will lady in lavender silk who noticed jconUemnn
th white bat send her address to ROMEO, Herald
cef I
[FORMATION WANTED-OF JANE KENNEDY, WHO
arrived In this country about 25 year* aso t will be
iaktully received by JAMES HARFORD, 271 avenue B,
w York, or her sister, Mrs. M. HARFORD MOATE, Wertttth,
Ireland. Supposed to reside in Brooklyn.
[FORMATION WANTED-OF JANE OWANS. WHEN
last heard of was In West Thirtieth street By calling
JAMES OWANS, staten Island, she will hear someng
to her advantage.
FORMATION WANTED?OF BERTHA HALVORtv.n,
who arrived at Castle Garden on tho 1Mb of June
steamship Parthia, irom Liverpool, and who was
tit: U> McGregor, Iowa. Address B. CAHSERLY, Sui
iitcndent Castle Garden.
THE LADY WITH SATCHEL WHO WENT INTO 90
or 98 Deliuicey street Monday, about noon, wUl send
address to If. G., box 103 Herald Uptown Branch
;e. she will hear something to her advantages
S8SIE?WILL SEE YOU THURSDAY, 4:30 P. M. IF
nut convenient write and make appointment for day
e. C. E. H.. box 4.014. '
IPRING.-A YOUNG MAN, LIGHT COMPLEXION,
><nndy lialr, side whiskors, small mustache; wears
irk brown enat and Mack pantaloons generally: took
lotti on Cunal street Monday, 12th lust Any Informsi
ot his whereabouts will be rewarded. Give address
I all expenses will be paid. Answer through tho Her;
Your heartbroken MAMIE.
II, STARR !?DO COME SEE SILKEY. CAN'T EAT
nnrk And T to aim T am cn l.tnAlv Whara I* Tt^Kt
J CLARA.
ERSONAL.?TO-DAY, 1 O'CLOCK.
ECRS-FLEA8E SEE LON AT <34 WE8T THIRTYflr
jt street
HE GENTLEMAN WHO ASKED TnB LADY ON
Saratoga train If alio lives In New York would be
sed to see her once more. Address BOL8TON, Herald
cc.
. TILL THE OENTLEMEN WHO ACCOMPANIED
r Mlsi Annie Boyd and Miss Ida Phillips from Boston
sate return eackagc to 1.2S6 Broadway!
THERE, OH I WHERE CAN HE BE f?RETURN,
r Albert. Oh I return to 24; all will be forgiven. Your
im In red not
.1 r P. M., MONDAY, AUGC8T 10, BETWEEN
' .i? J Spring and Fourteenth streets?Will lady walki
up Broadway, who bowed to gentleman in carriage,
>u?> urnni him an interview if agreeable! Addreas
<ONDk, Herald office.
. " ~ LOST AND FOUND,
lOl'ND?ON BOARD THE STEAMBOATSEAWANAKA,
at the time of the accident, a Gold Watch and Chain.
ie owner enn have the came br proving property and
yinp expenses. Apply to J. H. MAGONiOLE, Booth's
leatro.
OKT-FROM MORRIS CANAL BASIN, AUGUST 17,
J eight piece" ol ' iu?rr Oak Timber. A suitable rc?rd
will be (riven tor Ihc timber or Information of the
uio by 1*. SANFORD A CO., 18 Exchange place, Jorsey
ty
OST-ON MONDAY MORNING, A VALUABLE GOLD
J Earring, with ten fmall pearls and heavy gold
nge, on Third avenue car or going from Thirty-first to
venth street. Finder will be rewarded by returning It
Mrs. VAN8ISE, 621 Second avenue, corner of Thirtyarth
street.
OST?LARGE BLACK DOG AND COLLAR, WITH
1 name of Frederick W. Hillebranil, Princeton, N. J.
le Under will bo well paid bv returnltig the dog to IB
tgers place, New York. F. W. HILLEBRAND.
OST-ON STEAMBOAT THOMAS CORNELL, CERTIi
??;, r,,r share* of stock of the Buffalo Mui
. Jhe transfer of the saino has
en Mopped, and the tinder Is requosted to return it to
Brooklyn ?*?"*ht Company, 13u Atlantic
08T?ON MONDAY. AUGUST 19, A SCOTCH TERI
rier Dos ; blue and white collar, with H. Hilton, 7S
tth avenue, engraved. A lit>. r?) reward will be paid for
t return to owner at the above nuinlwr.
OST OR STOLEN?FROM THE MAIL TWO CFR
I tifleatee ot Stock, No*. Unfl and S40, for ten shares
eh, ls?ued by the New York Produce aiid Fxchsniro
mpany to Richard Ecele*. Raid certlfloat?, werS
illed ill Liverpool, England, about April 27 1S72 in n
ter addrra<e<T to Rider k Cortls, 7J Broadway 'New
rk. Transfer and oavment having been stopped the
blic are hereby cautioned against negotiating the 'curiae
or snlc of said certificates.
SAMUEL a CORTIS, Attorney for Richard Eecles.
TOLEN-AUGUST 17. HORSE AND WAGON; BAY
mare, 18H hands high, Mind one eye; top wagon,
are bex. deep body, brown stripe, nearly new; thief
?II ma?i, with gray suit, black inu?tache. dark comxlon.
gsve the name of George Wilson, tluo reward,
'or iliitj, $M for property.
R. LA PA UGH, Potighkeepsle. N. Y.
RKWARDI,
' REWARD WILL BE PAUPfcmT RETURN OP
? (i.'d rlmm?4 Spectacles (probably hv*t getting on
f rw lr?y-flfth street), lo K. RCUAINu
i .mvv. st Thirty eighth street
KKWARD.-LOST. AN ADAMS EXPRESfT BOOR,
E WE
7 ftEW Y<
- . ~'?*
1
BBWAR1W.
Ain' wt**lft-loi FROM M EA8T TWENTY
? LV third street, a white Esquimaux Dog; answers to
the name of "Prince ? the hair cut off part of his body;
Ui a near over the apt eye.
(hne BR WARD.-LOST. OH SUNDAY, AUGUST 18,
at Carl'a Park, Melrose, a lady's Gold Watch; the
Initial* X. B. engraved on the cover. The above reward
will be given ?n leaving It at Mlaa WOLK'S,1M Fourth
street, and no i|ue?Uoii asked.
d>CA REWARD.?NOTICE?LOST OR STOLEN, ON
?T? 1U the lMh lust., at Saratoga, or between there and
Lake George, via Glenn's Palls, or at Lake George, a
lady's white inuslin Under Pocket, containing a velvet
box, with a set of diamond earrings and breastpin within.
The finder, on delivery of property, will receive tea
Address B. S. HARRIS, Lake Ueorge, N. Y.
Liberal reward por return op white poodie,
with blaok spots on hi* back; answers to name
ot "Beautystrayed froin 97 Seventh avenue; return to
same address.
United STATES detective agency,
39 Nassau street
All kinds of detective business undertaken.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
A stupe, SO pulton street,
Brooklyn, New York.
Sole Agents
for the
MUNICH (BAVARIA) EXPORT BEER. i
Recommended by the first physicians
for Being the purest and healthiest beverage.
In pint bottlea S3 60 per dozen.
In quart bottlea |4 60 per dozen.
Liberal discount allowed to the trade.
A ?A.?MONEY LOANED ON LIFE POLICIES IN
J\, first class companies and on other securities, at 87
Liberty street, up stairs.
A? PUBUO LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY DRAWING.?
Ex-Governor BRAMLETTE, Agent for the above,
writes to Major THOMAS H. HAYS, Manager Branch
office, 809 Broadway, New York, that the demand for
tickets at the Home Office and throughout the entire
country Is increaxing daily, and that the entire number
will be sold by the 10th ol September. New York office
open from 7 A. M. to 9 P. M Buy your tickets while you
nave cbolce or numbers, sena to major ha to ior circular*.
A?$100,000 FOR $10.?PUBLIC LIBRARY OP KEN.
lucky. One gift of SlUO.UOO; 999 other gifts. Tickets
for nale by JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 198 Broadway, New
York. Bend for circular.
A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS
. KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES.
uxtucey?utii class ho. 495?august 20. 1873.
49, 86. M. 40, 84, If. 88, 66, 33. 83, ?."T, 54, 7.
kentucky?class mo. 490?august 20, 1872.
18, 62, 49, 7, 07, SO, 48, SI, 41, 8, 33. 19,
fauucah?iztba class MO. 895?august 80, 1873.
8, 17, 33, 71, 60, 70, 64, 28, 8, 72, 38, 24, 74, 78.
FADUCAH?CLASS MO. 33u?august 20, 1873.
31, 49. 12, 3. 70, 69, 45, 48, 37, 61, 36, 5.
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.
Address J. CLUTE, Broker. 206 Broadway; Post office
box 4.969. |
A -OFFICIAL DRAWINQS OF ROYAL IUVANA
and Kentucky State Lotteries always on file. J.
CLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway, 153 Fulton street, No. 3
Park row; Post office bo* 4,969.
Banning truss and brace oompany.
New and improved^self-adjusting, nqn-friction Brace
TruM, Abdominal ana Npinai Mioumcr uraces anu omer
lurgical adluncts. for sale and applied at 312 Broadway.
Eureka steam machine carvino company,
60, 62, 64 and 66 Cannon street.
Rosewood, walnut, oak and ash Ornaments,
Busts of all prominent men, Ac.
Figure Carving a specialty.
qeneral express office,
66 Cortlnndt street.
New York, August 20,1872?2 o'clock P. M.
IRA BtTDD, President or' the Traders' Express Co.,
died at 4 o'clock, this morning.
His kind, genial and benevolent character has endeared
him to all with whom ho was acquainted.
To the poor and needy he was always a friend, and his
aim in Hie was to be good and to do good.
Requlescat in Pace.
At a meeting of the proprietors of the different expresses
with which he was connected, held at this office,
the following resolutions wore unanimously adopted
Whereas it nas pleased the Divine Ruler to take from
as our beloved friend and brother, Ira Budd,
Resolved,
That wc. as friends and business associates, Ailly sympathize
with the widow and children of the deceased in
this their groat bereavement.
Resolved,
That wc cheerftilly bear testimony to the integrity, upright
character and nigh sense of honor held by uur deceased
brother in all his business relations.
Resolved,
That we, as a body, attend his burial, thereby attesting
our loss in every relation in life.
That thls'offlcc be draped for the period of SO days, and
that a eopv of these resolutions be transmitted to nU bewidow
and children.
T JOHN T. OODEN, Chairman.
o. B. anderbon, )
john w. bkn.iamip, >uommmeo.
| QEOBQE PKBRY, )
ttavana LOTTERY?at REDUCED PRICES. KENXI
tuck? Lottery Drawing* on Hie.
JOSEPH BATES, 198 Broadway, room *.
MME. GRAY MAY BE CONSULTED FOR ALL Disease!
of the skin, eruptions, moles, freckles, illscoloration.",
Ac., and for diseases of the scalp, Io.js or hair
and premature baldness. Houn 10 to 8 daily. Hole agent
lor Delarges' celebrated French cosmetics. SI Lafayette
place, New York.
Royal hayana lottery of cuba.?drawing
of August 17, class The following numbers drew
the five capital prltces:?
7,fl62 $100,000
19,172 80,000
19,121 8R.U00
7,678 10,000
16,164 8,000
Prizes cashed and orders filled by
TAYLOR A CO., Banker*, 16 Wall street
Royal Havana lottery.
Drawing of 17th August, 1872
No. 7,?62 drew $100,000.
No. 19,117 drew ?i,000.
No. 19.222 drew 20,'WO.
No. 7,678 drew 10,0.10.
No. 1.1,164 drew 6,000.
J. B. MARTINEZ A CO., Bankers, 10 Wall street,
Post office box 4,685, New York.
STRA8BURGER A PFE1FFER,
Importers,
394 Broadway, 891
between Walker and white streets,
beg to call the attention of the trade to their most complete
assortment of
New Toys,
Fancy Goods,
China,
Bohemian Glass and Lava Wares, Accordeons,
Concertinas, Harmonicas,
Musical Boxes, Beads, Ma*ks and
Druggists' Sundrios,
Ac.. Ac.. Ac.
The most extensive stork of anv establishment in this
line, which they are offering on the most favorable terras.
STAMMERING.?NEW YORK STAMMERING INSTIBute,
estiibllxhed 1H7D, Paolessors MANN & COLVIN,
Manager*, 107 Went Twenty-third Ktrcrt. Good references
of persons cured. No pay until cured. Bend (or prospectus.
THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR BEVEN TRUSTEES
of the New York State Hydro-Carbon Gas Company
will be hold at the Company's office, at 46 Broadway, on
Monday, September 2, 1872, at 12 o'clock noon.
SPENCER CAMERON, Secretary ad Interim.
d> roq koq drawn daily in the leoalVOVO.OOO
Ired Kentucky Htate Lotfery; $100,01)0,
gold, was drawn In Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba
August 17. Address BAtfEY A CO. (ofllce established SO
years), 17* Broadway.
IJ1WO CENTS FOR THE EVENING TELEGRAM.
MORE INFORMATION FOR BUSINESS MEN.
MORE GOSSIP KOR THE LADIES,
MORE ABOUT BOOKS ART AND FASHION,
MORE THINGS ABOUT TOWN.
more lively and racy reading.
MORE NEWS, IN THE EVENING TELEGRAM
THAN IN ANY TWO CENT~PAPER IN NEW YORK.
THE TELEGRAM IS THE PAPER FOR
COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS.
ONLY $3 FOR~SIX MONTHS.
~ THE TURF.
HALT/S DRIVING PARK?CONEY ISLAND ROAD.
TUESDAY, August 27?Mile heats, 8 In 8, la hartleys.
r500 for horses that have never beaten 2 31.
160 tor hornes that have never boaten 2 :W.
WEDNESDAY, August 18?Mile heats, ,H In ft In harness.
t-M) for horses that have never beaten 2:2P.
$200 tor horses that have never beaten 2 M.
THURSDAY, August 2i?-Mlle heat*, S in 6, tn harness.
?.*?> lor horses that have never beaten 8:27.
$130 for horses that have never beaten 2:4.V
FRIDAY, August Si I?Mile heats, 3 In 8.
$200 Tor homes that have never beaten 2:31, go to wagon.
Mai tree for all, to harness.
First horse takes two thirds of pnrse. second horse the
balance, after deducting the entrance or ihlrd horse.
Trotttn* according to National Rules. Four to enter;
two to start. Entries close Monday, August 26, 7 P. M.
end must be accompanied with ten per cent cash), at
AR8HALL A JOHNSON'S, aud IiALIAS Hotel.
HALL'S DRIVING PARK, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST
21. S P. M.?Purse and htako $730; mllo heats, best
three in Ave, In harness.
William McMahon names b. g. Coroner K.
J. Phillips names*, m. Fannv Fern.
Colonel Dickey names t. g. Climax.
Good day and track. Admission SOc.
Prospect park fair oround association.
Wednesday, August 21, 5 o'clock P. M.
Match $200, mllo beats, best S in 6, In harness
M. Kodgers names b. g. Aho.
L. S. Kaiuinls names b. g. Slim Dan.
Same Day.
Match $200, mile heats, best 2 In 8, In harness.
JJ. Bodgers names b. m. Br lie of Vermont.
". Williams names s. g. Little Dan.
Good day and trnck.
GEORGE W. OAKLEY, Superintendent.
PKOSFECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.Thursday,
Angust 22, 4 o'clock P. M. Match $230; mile
lLe,ts ,n ?>harness.
l<. n. Sammls names s. a. Joe Morgan.
Md^aKcl '' W-Ph.
a. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent.
HOR8KS, CAAKIAUUR, AC.
A "OWE CABT ABD HABWEBfroa fttUC CHEAT
at 3*6 fast TUixtiy-Uilnl street.
W TO
ORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGU
/ 0 1
HOE8BL OAKH1AOKI) *0.
MORTGAGE SALE.
JAMBS JKNKINH. AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL
BY PU&UO AUCTION, __ .
THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY). AUGUST XI, .
AT li)K O'CLOCK SHARP, .
AT 8TABLB in WE8T THIRTY EIGHTH STREET,
NEARSKVENTH AVENUE,
TO SATISFY A CHATTEL MORTGAGE AND BILL OF
SALE. THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, VIZ.
A bcsudrul and speedy Mam of bright bay Mares. 9 and
6 years old; are 16)< hand* high; both raised In Orange
county. New York; show flne breeding; hare fine action;
very stylish: have rugged constitution*, great endurance;
can beat 1:00; are amiable and well behaved, and hay*
few equals and no superiors for a family team; are both
warranted sound and kind \ will be sold separately If required.
Also fine, handsome and fast chetsnut Horse, 10X hands
high, 7 years old, tired by Magna Charta, dam thoroughbred
mare i was purchased last I'all at Blnghamton,
N. by owner, alter he saw him trot a mile and repeat
in 5 -07; he Is a great roadster, gentle and true, and warranted
sound in every re?pect
Also a very fast bav flagtail trotter. Iftjtf hands high, 11
years old, sired by American Star, dam by Seeley's Bell '
Founder; he has a record of lAi. (Pedigree and record
warranted.) Can beat 1 :<0on day of sale; has no unsoundness
to hurt him, and is warranted kind and true
In all respects.
Also it Top Wagons, 1 Ponv Phaeton. 1 Coupe, 1 Park
Pbaeton. single and double Harness, Blankets, Sheets, Ao.
N. B.?Sale positive, rain or thine, without limit or restriction.
By order of
J. B. DITMARS, Mortgagee.
JENKINS A DUFF, General Auctioneers.
AT AUCTION.?BY OSGOOD A CO.,
IN THE PUBLIC SQUARE, JUNCTION OF
WEST BROADWAY, H UDSON AND CHAMBERS STS.
OSGOOD A CO.,
Office iKi Chambers street,
will soil as above
THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY). August 21, at 1 o'clock.
TEAM BAY HORSES, U tlANDS; 6 AND 7 YBARS
old: sound and kind; fine family tram.
SORRKL IIORS :,15 HANDS; A YEARS OLD; BOUND
and kind; can trot in 3 minute*.
BAY HORSE, 18X HANDS; flYEARS OLD; BOUND
nd kind; splendid worker.
BROWN HORSE, lft'j HANDS; 8 YEARS OLD; BOUND
and kind; good roadster.
Also, rome 19 other excellent family, road and work
Horses; Jenny Llnd Wagon, city built; Road Wagon*,
Rockaways, Boggles, 8ingloaud Doable Light and Heavy
Harness, Ac.
Twenty-four hour* given for trial on all horses war1
ranted.
AT BARKRR A CHASE'S _
CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTER8ALL8.
corner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth street,
MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER.
Regular sales of Horsca. Carriages, Ac.,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Twenty-lour hours allowed for trial
on every horse sold under warrantee.
The only Mart in the State
HAVINO A DRIVING RING.
CATALOGUE OK SALE THIS DAY, AT 13 O'CLOCK.
KAMlLiY ESTABLISHMENT, comprising an extra line
and closely matched pair of Bay Geldings, Kentucky
bred, 16 high, S and 6 years old; very prompt, extra
stylish and pleasant drivers: sharp roadsters; fear nothing;
warranted sound and Kind. Also an elegant Landuulet,
made by Wood Brothers A Oo., new last November;
Harness, by Kerrell; Blankets, Ac.; sold for want of
me.
LADY'S PHAETON TURNOUT, consisting or the fast
black trotting I'ony Clarencc; was sired by Hero; is IS high;
8 years old ; an extra line, prompt and es.-y driver; nas
trotted at Prospect Park lu 2:.17)i;ls afraid of nothing
and warranted sound and kind; has been driven by a
lady the past two years; also an elegant city-made Top
Pony Phaeton. Harness, Btankets. Ac.; sold only on ac
count of owner eoin; to Europe.
ONE OF THE MOST ELEGANT COUPE HORSES in
the State, color dapple cream, with long silver (lowing
mane and tail, wan raited in Kentucky, is 16% hands
high, 5 yearn old, Is an extra handy, prompt nnd easy
driver, afraid of nothing, accustomed to locomotives, can
he driven by a lady, trots close to three minutes and is
wurrantcd sound and kind.
Also city made Top Wapon, nearly new.
Set of fine Single Harness, Whip, Ac.
THE WELL-KNOWN AND SPEEDY BAY TROTTING
GKLDINO|ROCHELLE," sired by Happy Medium, out of
a Star mare; is lft hands high, 7 years old; a very game,
pleasant, easv driver: has a record over the Fashion
course of t :33U> and has shown a trial this season of
2:90%; cannot he excelled on the road for style, beauty
or speed; can be driven by a ladv and is warranted sound
and kind.
Also a no-top Road Wagon, set of elegant Single Harness,
Whip, Robe, 4c.
Also COUPE ROOKAWAY, In flne order.
Also TWO OPEN WAGONS, TWO TOP WAGONS.
Also ONE COVERED and ONE OPEN EXPRESS
WAOON.
NEW AND SECOND HAND HARNESS, SHEETS,
ROBES, WHIPS, HALTERS, Ac.
SEVERAL OTHER HORSES) description at time of
"SALES NEVER POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OT
WCATHt.il.
A?LIGHT CARRIAGES AND HARNESS.
A carefully selected stock of reliable work
offered at much below prevailing prices elsewhere.
Great bargains tills week to make room.
An excellent Top Buggy for $180. Light Rockaway, $120.
Five Pony Phaeton* below cost to elosc out consignment.
Four city built Koad Wagons 80 per cent below factory
prices. JOHNSTON A V AN TASSELL, 68 Liberty at.
Auction sale.
HORSES, COACHES, AC.
STOCK LIVERY STABLE ENTIRE,
NO. 392 AND 894 BROADWAY, WILLIAMSBURG, L. I.
THIS DAY. AT 11 O'CLOCK,
IS heal Horses, all good workers and drivers; sold !n
guarantee; Coaches, Top Wagons, Buggies, single and
double Harness, Stable Futures, Fitting*, Ac.
A CARRIAGE DEPOT, Ml WEST BROADWAY,
nearCannl street.?Carriages of all kinds both new
and second hand. Cheapest place in city. Call and examine
before buying elsewhere.
A JUMP SEAT BUGGY, EXPRESS WAGON, TOP
Buggy, Depot Wagon and six-seat Rockaway, slightly
soiled, at bargains; Family Carriage* nn<l light
Wagons, new and second hand, lowest popular prices.
MANUFACTURE MS' I'NION, 638 Broadway.
A?TEN TOP AND OPEN ROAD WAGONS, BY BEST
. city makers, Irotn $iny up: ?1m Conches, ?larencrs,
Landaus, six-seat Kockaways, Coupe Fockiways,
Depot Wagons. Pony Phaetons. In all styles, for sale low;
alio Harness, Robes, Sheets, Whips, Ac.. Ac.
w ii fin a v on *>6 \r?.
A-T CART, LITTLE USED; LIGHT COUPE, IN
. excellent order, at low prices; Inr^e variety or new
Carriages and Harness, greatly reduced.
HAM'S, Fourth street, near Broadway.
A STABLE TO LET?FIVE STALLS AND BOOM
tor fire carriages. Also handsome team of bay
Mares lor sale. 132 West Sixteenth street.
AT WITTY'S CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, KEVINS
and Fulton streets, Brooklyn, large assortment Carriages,
Pony 1'haetons, Business Wagons; several flue
Pouies lor ladies' driving tor sulc cheap.
U. B. WITTY A CO.
A PONY WANTED?THIRTEEN HANDS; BROKEN
to saddle; also Pony Wagon, Harness and Saddle.
Address, with lull particulars. Post office box fi.040.
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DUSENBURY A VAN DUSER, 136 AND 137 CHRYSTIE
street, have on band some splendid full s'jrlng und
half-spring Tod Wagons and single sent and \ halt-spring
no top Road Wagons; also a good second hand Victoria
and two full spring Top Waaous and one full seat full
snrlng no top an<f one single scat full spring no top
Wagon, second hand.
DOCTOR'S GIG AND FALLING TOP PHAETON, IN
excellent order, for sale low. Apply at 240 Pearl st.
JIOR SALE?A PAIR OF FINE BAY HORSES, 1?
hands, 9 and 10 years old. A fine hay coupe Horse, 16
hands, to match the above, 8 years. Will lie sold cheap,
the owner leaving the city. WM. COGSWELL
215 Lexington avenue and Thirty-third street.
For salf,-a piiaeton (stiver's manufac.
ture), capable of seating jsix; will bp nold cheap,
owner having no use for it Inquire at 289 Washington st
I*OR SALE?ONE ORAY MESSENGER MARE, 8
1 yonr? old, l!>\ hands high; warranted sound and
kind; can trot clo..e to 3 minute*. Can lie wen ut stable
corner Flfty-elghih street and Seventh avenue. Price,
T.IOR SALE-A PAIR OF ELEGANT BLACK IIORfES,
1 6years old, Tvrv docile; Victoria and Harness: price
IftjO lor all, the owner having no use. Apply to LENOX'S
stable, east or Third avenue, in Eighty-fifth street.
IrtOIt HALE?A VERY STYLISH GENTLEMAN'S ROAD
1 Horse, black, thoroughbred, eight years old, IB hands
lull; must be seen to be appreciated ; will be sold cheap.
Can lie seen ul I'.NDERIlILL N Mulder, Luluyett* plnee.
For sale ciieap-a beautiful shifting top
square box Buggy, made to order by John T. Smith;
only used a few times; cost $375; no reasonable oiler refund.
Apply at HOVKY'S stable, Sixteenth street, near
Third avenue.
Harness at a sacrifice for cash.
Lltfht hand made, cltv style and warranted.
We challenge the world to produce a? good an article
for the money as we are now offering.
JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKI.L. Liberty street.
Harness, harness, harness, harness.?
Every description. single and double, new and
aecund hand ; lot. slightly soiled, at bargains.
M> nukaci*L reks' union, 838 Broadway.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION HEADQUARTERS.-IMinense
stock of every style Carriages; several second
hand and slightly soiled Carriage*, all at reasonable
prices; all styles Harness.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 63ft Broadway.
PARK PHAETON-FOLDING SEAT, WITH TOP,
made by Wood Brothers, lu first rate order, but little
u'Cd; also double harnesa, (told mounted, hv Dumcouid.
Apply at W. Kl.bitt s stables, 7th av. and fcd st
CADDLERY. HARNESS. HOKHE CLOTHINO MANUO
ractured citenaively by C. B. SMITH k CO., <0 Warren
street
WANTED?A HALF SPRING TOP BUGGY OR P1IAEton,
Horse and Harness, In exchange for a Kavunngh
A Decker's 5x10 Billiard Table, as goo<l as new. Addresa
EDWARDS,Jjoxji,771 Post office.
WANTED-A PACER, UK TO IS HANDS; SOUND
and kind; pretty good stepper; price not to exceed
HOP. Address J. y. A.. Horald onlce.
$900 ?A WOOD'S EXTENSION TOP PHAETON,
WaUUi in fine order, at Mr. TUOMEY'S stable, Fifty
third street, near Third avenu?.
(t'Jlin -TEAM BAY HORSES, SIX YEARS; SEPA"POl/y.
ratcly If desired ; 15 hand*; warranted sound
and kind In all haraen: niuat sell; closing buataaM, 41$
Xitfhtu aveuite, corner Tairtjr-flr*t Kriil
RK H
#r
ST- 21, 1872.?WITH SUPP
RALES AT APCTIOW.
Allrn b. MINER, AUCTIONEER,
salesroom 80 Chamber* and 77 Reade streets.
allen b. m1nkk a hro.,
tele Henry H. Leeds A Miner
_ (established 1847).
AUCTION NOTICE.
THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY),
at 11 o'clock,
FIRST FALL TRAliE HALE
of
READ? MADE FURS,
400 LOTS,
comprising MnflS, Collars Pelerines, Capes and Cuffs
in all varieties and qualities;
also a line of Sleigh Robes.
Attention of buyers Is Invited. Catalogues and goods
now ready.
WM. TOPPING A CO , Auctioneers,
133 Church street
ARCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER.
OHlce and salesroom 37 Nassau street*
opposite the Post oRlce.
Household furniture. Mirrors Carpets, Ac.
JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKLL will sell at auction this
day (Wednesday), at o'clock, an assortment of Household
Furniture, Drawing Room and Parlor Suits in (toured
satin and repp, black walnut Bedsteads. Washstands,
Easy Chairs, Lounges, cane seat Chairs, Brussels
and Ingrain Carpets, Sewing Machines, Ac.
Albert b. waldron, auctioneer,
Salesrooms 108 Liberty, 111 Cedar and 3* Church its.
BALANCE OF YnK STOCK OF THE
WELL-KNOWN MANUFACTURER,
OEOROE W. 8"I1NKII)KK, OF JACKSON STREET,
THIS DAY, Al'OUST 81, 1872.
AT 10W O'CLOCK.
WALDRON A COOKE will sell, as above, the Stock of
Hcmehold and Cabinet Furniture from the manufactory
of o. W. Schneider, consisting oi' Parlor. Library, Dining
Roam and Hall Furniture of every kind and description.
Also
SECOND HAND
FURNITURE. CARPETS, BEDDINO.
Office and Counting House Desks.
Sewing Machines, l'lctures, Oilcloths, .to.
Removed from residences and ofllces to our salesrooms,
10 4 Liberty street, for convenience of sale. Catalogues
early this morning.
a itixpiav wnTini? avnuni? n n a vnnnr a ttp
A lionet!!*. Earthenware, China and (Jlass. By ROBERT
HAYDOCK t BROTHER, this day. at No. d College
place, at 10 o'clock, 600 crate* w. O. and common Earthenware,
first and seconds; French China and Glassware.
Auction. auction. auction.
a large Household Furniture sale this day. commencing
at 10W o'clock, atjprlvate residence. 134 West
Sfith ?t., comprising over 400 lots of elegant Household
Furniture, via.?Roue wood Pianoforte, cost $900; rich Parlor
and Bedroom fiutt?, Mirrors, Carpets, 1'aintlngs, Lace
Curtains, Tables, Bedding, lounges, Clocks. Also Dining
Room, Basement and Kitchen Furniture, China, Crockery,
Flat*, Glassware, Dinner and Tea Seta, Cutlery, ice.
flENKV ZINN, Auctioneer.
ADMINISTRATOR'S 6ALE-?40,000 WORTH ELEgant
Household Furniture.?A. CALDWELL. Auctoneer,
this day (Wednesday), at 11 o'clock, at 7!) Nassau
street, consisting of Parlor, Dining Room, Library and
Chamber Furniture, in every variety, including every,
thing requisite for housekeeping; also Carpets, Mirrors,
Paintings, Office Furniture, splendid rosewood Pianoforte,
Stool and Cover, cost $?i0. The attention of housekeepers,
hotel keepers and dealers is especially called to this
sule, regardless of cost, to close the estate of M. Doughty,
deceased.
A UOTION SALE OK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
J\ stelnway A Son Pianoforte, Oilpaintlugs, Bronzeg, Ac.
Thin (Wednesday) morning, commencing at 10^ o'clock,
at private residence of B. R. Martin. Esq., 120 West -1<I nr.,
near Otli av., LUKK FITZGERALD, Auctioneer, will soli
the whole complete tir*t class Household FurnitureItich
rosewood Pianoforte, velvet and Brusseli Carpet*. Mirror*,
rosewood Etagcre*. Bookcases, SOU Honks, flne 1'urlor
Suits covered 111 brocatel and rens, rich Bronzes, lace Curtain*,
magnificent Bedroom suits, rosewood and walnut
hairspring Mattresses, Bed* and Bedding, haMsment and
kitchen Furniture ; catalogue contain* 276 lota. Hale punitive.
Good* boxed tor (hipping.
Auction bale.
AUQU8TE MARTINEB, AncUoncer.
$20,000 worth of
Magnificent Household Furniture.
on THIS DAY (Wednesday),
at the elegant residence SO W. 15th st., near 8th av., commencing
at 10}? o'clock, properly of M. II. Drake, Esq.
Drawing Room Suits, I'omiiadour, Mario Antoinette
tylo*; Etagcre*, Bookcase, Cabinet Table*, Curtains,
Paintings, by eminent artists: Mirror*, Bronzes, Clocks,
magnificent roiewood Pianoforte, celebratt-d maker;
rosewood, walnut Bureaus; Bedsteads, Wardrobe*, Commodes,
hair, spring Mattresses; Extension Table, Side"
board, China, Glass, Silver Ware; table Cutlery, Basement'
Kitchen Furniture; Furniture Servants' Apartments.
Bale peremptory.
At residence vh west forty-second street,
one block west of Broadway, near Seventh avenue,
large Household Furniture sale of
over $25,00) worth and over 500 Into,
mis inrcuiivsunv; iiiurniNK, aiikusi ii,m iu,it o ciock, oy
order of W. P. Richards, Ksq., consisting of over 701)
Surds of Velvet, Brussels, ln^raln Carpet#; oiglit Parlor
ults, Pianoforte, cost SI, 100; French plate Pier and Oval
Mirrors, Curtains, Clocks, Bronzes, Paintings, 15 rosewood
anil nthInut Chamber Suits, spring and hair Mattresses,
Bedding, WHMM, Tables. Library, Dining, Huvement
and Servants' Furniture. House to let; rent $5,IWO. Inquire
of the Auctioneer
Administratrix rale.
HKXJ. P. FaIKCHILD, Auctioneer.
On Wednesday, August 21, 1872, at 10 A. M., at 21D West
Thirty-ninth street, Household Furniture, consisting of
Solas, Chairs, Pier Mirrors, Washstands, Bureaus, Bcdateads,
Rockers, Tables, Dining Room Furniture, Ac. , also
hair and straw Mattresses, velvet and Brussels Carpels,
Oilcloths, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils, Ac. By order of
EIXEN T. V. FISHER, Administratrix.
BY S. W. DAI'CHY, AUCTIONEER.-DAl'CIIY A
JOHNSON sell this day, at 2 o'clock, at 4M Canal
street, large assortment of Household Furniture, consisting
of 2 flnv' Piannfoi t??, black walnut Parlor Suits iu
li-u-5 nuu iiiiiinnviii u. n. mm ouu radKi'ift nitUkl'nwH,
Sideboards. (Chamber Suits b. w. and other Bedsteads,
Beds, Redding, Hair Maltrt sses, Feather Bed*, Pillows,
Sheets, Blankets, Lace Curtains window Shades Mirrors
Chairs Rockers, Extension and other Tables, Wardrobes
Lounges. Sofus Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, Oilcloths
Vases, Mantel Ornament*, Glass and Crockery Ware,
Kitchen U tonsils, Ac.
JJEST PAYING HOTEL IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE.
The Yarboro nousc, in the city of Raleigh, North
Carolina, ot ail Southern hotels between Baltimore ami
New Orleans the must favorably known to the travelling
public, Mil be sold on Saturday, Slat August Instant. I'or
division between the helrs-at-law of the late Colonel Ed
Yarboro. An opportunity lor hotel men; long credit;
terms liberal. WILLIAM R. POOL, Executor.
BY JOHN A. DUNN. AUCTIONEER.
Mortgage sale,
will sell Tuesday next, August 20, at 10?$ o'clock, at Zll
Elizabeth street, the contents of a (lrst class Restaurant,
removed Irom 200 (Church street, for convenience ot sale.
A. R. SAOE, Attorney for Mortgagee.
/I LEN COVE BCILDINO LOTS AT AUCTION.?
vJ WM. M. WEEKS, Auctioneer, will sell by auction, on
Thursday, 241 insL, at 1 o'clock P. M., on the premises of
Colonel I. A. Hall, three minutes' walk from the railroad
station at Glen Cove, 62 finest located l.ots, 50x200 feet;
75 per cent can remain on mortgage.
JACOB BOGART, AUCTIONEER,
THIS DAY, AUGUST 21.
at 11 o'clock, at the auction rooms No. 1 North William St.,
Iron Safes, Bar Fixtures, Soap,
Household Furniture, Piano* consisting of line black walnut
Bar Fixtures, Marblo Counter, three Barroom
Counters, set Iron Pots and Kettles, two Fire I'rool Sales,
thirty boxes Soap, Hegars, Hand Screws, Bedsteads and
Bedding, Looking Glasses Refrigerator, one Piano, large
Cooking Stove. Coffee, Wlno, six barrels Shoe Pegs, Sewing
Machine, Ac.
MARSHAL'S RALE.?BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUtlon,
I will sell, on Thursday, August 22,1872, at 11
o'clock A. M. at 211 East Forty-seventh street, a pair of
gray Carriage Horses; perfect uiatch.
GEORGE F. C. DOHREMOEND, City Marshal.
Dated Nitw Vqhk, August 30, 1872.
Mortgage sale.-riciiard Walters, auctioncer.?Photographic
Gallery.?By virtue of a chattel
mortgage I will expose for sale at public auction, on
Wednesday, August 21, at 12 o'clock noon, at salesroom 27
East Broadway, the Stock and Fixtures ot a Photograph
Gallery, viz., Cameras. Stands, Frames, Stereoscopic
Boxes, Negatives, Travelling Dark Rooms. Cases, Drawers.
Fancy Boxes. Oltlce Furniture, Ac. JOHN R. FAR
Hiduiun| tiiy murMiai nuu Attorney tor moriBiigru.
PGAFFNEY A CO.. AUCTIONEERS, 157K BOWERY,
. >cll till* dav, nt 11 o'clock, the Lca/u> nn>] Fixtures
of the prominent corner Liquor Hiorc, corner of avenue B
nil Sixteenth street; to he sold to the highest bidder.
WEDNESDAY, A IOC ST 2J?, 1?72, AT 1 P. M., J. KRED.
W HEGEMAN will sell at auction, opposite Sea CHIT
Grove, Qlen Cove, more than 400 Villa Plots; 70 per cent;
6 ye*
WILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER,
offic" No. 6 City Hull place,
will Hell on Thursday, 23d Inst, at 10}? o'clock, the content*
of the liquor store, corner of Pearl and Elui street*,
splendid Counters, Ale Pump*, hogsheads! of old Ale,
Whiskeys, Wines, Ac.
EICCHlioWI.
A~JToN DECK I Hid It BRIDGE, AIIOYI UNCLE
. DAVE POLLOCK has opened a Refreshment Saloon.
where all can make themselves at home. Take Harlem
hosts, I'eck slip, every half hour. A large and coinmodioli*
platform Is now ready. Dolly Vur.lt n train runs
every day.
A GRAND FAMILY EXCURSION AND CLAM BAKE.The
stennier PLEASANT VALLEY will make a
fumily excursion to Long Branch and Rockawav Beach,
on Thursday, August 12, 1*72, leaving Morrhania at H
119th street ut 8::?, Astoria at9 and Fulton Market slip at
9:30 A.M. Music, fieo. Wallacc and lull hand. Pare for
the trip ?1. Clams free.
Daily excursion to the camp oround at
Sea Cliff drove, stopping at Whitest*.ne, BmvIIs' Dock,
Great Neck, Sands Point, Glen Cove, (jlenwoo<I ami Ro?Ivn.?Steamer
ARROWSMITH leaves pier 24 Kant River
(I'eck ."Up), daily, at 9:15 A. M. for the above la iKlings, returning
to the city ahout (I:*) P. M. The SEAWaNIIAKA
leaves same pier at 4 KM P. M. for above landings.
Excursion.?a beautiful, pleasant, healthy
ami cheap Excursion to aim along Rockawav beach
lor miles by the South Side Railroad. Do not fail to eniov
It Trains leave Roosevelt and Orand street ferries at S
and 10 A. M., and 1, 4 and i-S) P. to., returning lit good
se u-on.
iiRAND EXCURSION TO CONEY ISLAND.?THE
I new and fast steamer GENERAL SEDGWICK leaves
new York for Coney Inland every day as follows:?Christopher
street, 9:16 A. M.; pier No. 4 North River, 9 JO A.
M.: Chrlstopner street, 12 M.; pier No. 4 North River. 12:1S
P. M.; Christopher street, S P. M.; pier No. 4 North Riv?j;
3:15 P. m. Extra trip from pier 4 North River, A P. m.
Regular boat to the fishing banks.-the
large and commodious steamer MONITOR, W. B. Carroll,
Captain; Captain Jack Simmons, Pilot: Francis Mur
ray, Clerk?will make excursions to the Fishing Banks
daily, Saturday not excepted. This boat goes rain or
shine. Leaves Eighth street, East River, at?; Peck slip,
East River, ?t7J*: Christopher street, North River, at Sh,
and pier 4, North River, atS o'clock A. u. Ticket* >1; ladies
Bop. Good accommodation* for families. Mualc by
Bchtedcl. OWEN k PATRICK KKBNAN, Managers.
rpo charter?1the bplhndid saloon side1
wheel ?t*amboat NEVBRBINK, for excursions or private
i.arUea Apply to W. H. HAZARD, It.. 119 Or*?o'MDNtl
ERA1
LEMEMT.
EVROPIAil UTIAMSHIM.
0?"ATUAND NORTH AMEBIC 4M
ROYAL MAIL STEAMHII'PS,
BETWEEN NKW YORK A.NI? LI V KB POOL.
CALLING AT CORK HAKBOK
noa niv tobk. rao* ?r? voa?
SCOTIA... Weil'day, Aug. tl ALOKRIA sm day. Aue U
JAVA Wodday, Aug. 2tt I'ARTUIA. Hat .lay. A..,- II
OHINA . .Wed'dav, Sep" 4 CALABRIA Snf.lv . * ; l T
RftiSIA. ..Wed'day, Sept II ABYsHIMA>at dy. *pt M
CUBA Wed'day, Sept W BATA VIA Mai day. *e|.t i\
?And every following Wedneilay aud Saturday from
New York.
Rate* of pannage?Cabin, $/W, $100 and $1*'. told, at
cording to accommodation. Ticket* to Pari*. f)A ?"ld.
additional. Return ticket* on favorable terui*. Steerage.
30, currency, ? j
steerage ticket* from Liverpool and Qticen?4nwn and
all parts of Europe at loweat rate*. Through bill* .4
liiding given for Belfant, Olaiigow, Havre. Antwrq. and
otlier porta on the Continent and for Medlt' rranran
porta. For freight and cabin paMaire apply at the c.an
, panv'a office, No. 4 Bowling Ureen; tor utt'erane p??ag>.
at 111 Broadway, Trlnllv BulMliig.
CIIAS. (J FRASCKLVN, Anent
PASSENfJKRS PER 8TKAMSHIP SCOTIA K M BARK
from the Cuniird Wharf, toot of Urand tr.-et, Jer*?y
City, at 4 P. M. oil Wudueadav, Angus; 21. 1*72
CtFAS. O. KRANCKLYM,
No. 4 Bowline Orren, New York.
INMAN LINK.
Kor Queen*town and Liverpool ?Royal null teamen
are appointed to kuII an follow* ?
CITY OF MONTREAL, Haiurdav, Auguat 24, 10 A M.
CITY OK BRUHHEL8, Saturday. Aunu.l 11.2 IV vt.
CITY OK NEW YORK, Thursday, Sej.t ?. 7 A. M.
CITY OK PARIS, Saturday, Sept 7, * A M
CITY OK LIMERICK, Thuraday, Sept. 12, 1 P. M.
CITY OF ANTWERP, Saturday. Sept. 14, * P W.
And each xucccedlng Saturday and Thursday, Iruin pier
45 North Rlvor.
RiTi.i or raaaaor
Payable in Gold. Payable In Ctirre ncy.
Klrnt Cabin $75 Stceram- 930
To London HO To Utndou .V
To Pari 90 To Pari* W
I'nMcngerx alao forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden,
Norwuy and Denmark at reduced rate*.
Ticket* can be bought hero at moderate rate* bv per- 1
odh wltihiug to send lor their friend*.
Kor further Information apply at the company'* oflce.
JOHN O. DALE, Agent.
ill nromiwnj. fff" inr*.
NORTn GERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For Southampton and Bremen.
The steamship 11ANHA, Captain K. Rrlekeusteln, will
sail on Wednesday August 21,11*. M., frmn Hrcinrn pier,
foot Third street, lloboken; to be followed by
Hicuuihlilt) MAIN, Captain K. Vou Orterendorp, on
Saturday, August 24.
Rates of Passage to London, Havre and Bremen,
payable in gold or lis equivalent In currcncv.
First cabin ..$120 '
Second cabin 7*
Steerage 3D
For treight or passage apply to
OEtRICHS ft CO., Agent*,
No. 2 Bowling ilreen.
nTHITE STAR LINE.
TT New York, Cork and Liverpool. New and full-powercd
steamships, the largest In the world.
OCEAN C, BALTIC, MAJESTIC, ADRIATIC,
REPUBLIC, CELTIC, ATLANTIC,
6,(K)0 tons burden, S.flOO horse power each.
Sailing from New York on Saturdays, front Liverpool
on Thursdays, culling ut Cork llarlior each way.
BALTIC August 24, at 10 A. M.
REPUBLIC ' August 31, at 4 I*. M.
OCEANIC September", at 8 30 A. M
ADRIATIC September 14, at 3:30 1*. M.
From the White Star dock, Pavonia ferry, Jersey City.
Passenger accommodation? for all classes unrivalled,
combining saietv, speed and comfort.
Saloons, staterooms smoking room and bathrooms In
midship section, where least motion is felt. Surgeons and
stewardesses accompany tho steamers.
Rates?Saloon, $^0 in gold: steerage, $30 in currency.
Those wishing to send for mends In the Old Country can
now obtain steerage prepaid certltlcates, $33 currency.
Passengers booked to or ftoni all parts of America, Paris,
in n I if ii I y, iiiirnill, nnruvil, 1IIU1U, AunimilB, l/Jlluu, dc,
Drafts trom ?1 upward.
Kor Information upply at tho company's offlcc, 19 Broadway,
New York.
Bills of lading Issued through to Continental ports.
J. 11. SPARKS, A Kent.
ISMAY, IMRIE A CO., 19 Water street, Liverpool, and
No. 7 Knst 1 ml in avenue, Liudinhull street, London.
0IDONOVAN ROS9A WHITE STAR LINE, 2fl3 BROADway,
between Chamber'* and Warren streets. Cabin
6a?siii.'e. $*:>; superior steeraito aecommodatlon, $?);
ALT1C *ud4 Snturdyv at 10, $33. Dralts payable on England,
Ireland and Heotlana.
VTATIONAL LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.
?1 Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool, fortnightly to
and from London direct.
TO QUEEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
from piers 44 and 47 North River.
CANADA, Webster Saturday, August 24, at9:.Vt A. M
SPAIN. Grace Saturday, August SI, at S :30 P. M
GREECE, Saturday, September 7, at 8:.T0 A. M
EGYPT, Orogan Saturday, September 14, at 2 P. M
KOR LONDON DIRECT.
HELVETIA, Griggs Wednesday, August 2fl, at 2:30 P. M
ERIN. I.iiwsnn .. .. WmltiCMliiV. Scotoinhcr 11 At 10 :flll A. M
DENMARK, Rumncr... .Wednesday. Sept. !U, at 11:30 A. M
Cubln passage, $?fi and $7A, currency. 1
Steerage, $28, currency.
Prepaid steerage ticket* from Liverpool, Queenstown, 1
Londonderry, (Jlnsjrow or London, $32, currency.
For lurtlier lntoriuatlun unplv at the company'* offlre,
#9 llroadway. F. W. J. HURST, Manager.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.?STEAM TO QUEENS,
town and Liverpool.
Palling every Wednesday.
WISCONSIN. Freeman, Jr August 21, at 3 P. M.
MANHATTAN, Prlec, Jr August 28. atl P. M.
From pier 46 North River.
Cabin parage, ?si), gold; steerage, $30, currency.
Prepaid tlckeW. $33, i iirrcnoy.
Passengers booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Norway
and Sweden, 4c. Dralls on Ireland, Englund, France
and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to
WILLIAMS A OCIUN, 2i> Broadway.
QNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE.
The General Transatlantic Company's Mall flteamiliipa
between New York ami Havre, calling at iireit
nent will mill irom pier 60 North River, hk follows
france. Daure Saturday, August 21
VILLE 1)E I'AKIS, Surmount Saturday, Sept. 7
ST. LAliRKNT, Leniarie Saturday, Sept. 21
WASHINGTON, Roussun Saturday. Oct. 8
Price of parage In gold (including wine; to Brett or
HavreFirst
cabin $12.1 Second cabin $75
Excursion tickets at reduced rates.
These steamers do not carry steerage passengers.
American travellers going to or returning iroin the Continent
of Europe by taking the steamers ot this line avoid
both transit by English railway and the discomforts of
crossing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble and
expense.
GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent. M Broadway.
Reduction in passage rates.
ANCHOR LIVE.
Express passenger steamers sail from New York every
Wednesday and Saturday.
Passengers booked und forwarded to and from all railway
stations In (treat Hritaln, Irclund, Oermaay. Norway,
Sweden or Denmark and Amurica as safely, speedily,
comfortably and cheaply as any other route or line.
THE NEW DEPARTURES.
(utphpat's (tkamkrs. wfdwicsdat's stkaxkrg.
AUSTRA L1A August 21 IOWA August 28
COI,I'M HI A August 31 BRITANNIA Sept. 4
EUROPIA Sept. 7 ASSYRIA Sept. 11
ANGL1A Sept. 14 CALEDONIA Sept 19
INDIA Sept. 21 OLYMPIA Sept. 23
CALIFORNIA Kept. 2* TKINACRIA October '4
At noon, from pier 20 North River, New York. Currency
rates of passage to London, Liverpool, Glasgow or Dcrry,
bv Wednesday's steamers. $W); by Saturday's steamers,
SKA and $73; excursion tickets, $120; intermediate, $33;
steerage, $W. Certificates, at lowest rates, ran be bought
here bv those wishing to *?nd for their iriends.
Apply at the company's offices to
HENDERSON BROTHERS,
No. 7 Bowling Oreen.
THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
iron mail steamship
CIMBRIA
Captain W. stahl, will sail on Th'ursday, August 22,1372,
at 2 1*. M., for Hamburg.
taking passengers from New York to Plymouth, London,
Cherbourg and Hamburg.
First Cabin, $120. Second Cabin, $72.
Steerage, $*), payable In United States gold.
KUNHARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD A BOAS,
General Agents, General Passenger Agents,
CI Broad street, N. Y. 61 Broadway, N. Y.
The VANDALIA will sail Augn?t 29.
Great western steamship line to Bristol,
England.?The magnificent now steamship
(iRKAT WESTERN, Stamper. wilU Augmt *1.
Cabin passage, $70; Intermediate, $44; steerage, $30;
prepaid tickets, $34.
Apply to E. E. MORGAN'S HONS. 70 South street
( OA8TWISK MTEAH8HIP9. ~
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO
Caliromta, Japan and China,
via Panama,
carrying mailt. pus-rngcrs and freight to
Asplnwall, Panama, Santa Martha. Grytown and Pacific
Coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru and Chile.
Steamer* leave loth, 20th and SOth each month, cxcept
when those data* fall on Sunday, then the day previous.
August .K*?Steamer RISING STAR. Captain II. P.
Conner, will leave pier No. 42 North River, at 12 o'clock
noon, for Asplnwall direct, connecting at Panama with
steamer CONSTITUTION, Capt. . touching at Acapulco,
Manznnlllo, Mazatian nnd Cnpe St. Lucas, and also connecting
for all Central American and South Pacific porta.
Departure of 10th each month connects with the Company's
steamer, touching at San Benito, Tonata, Sallua
Cruz and Port Angel. Freight for all way porta received
nut 11 4 P. M. of August HR. _
Steamer JAPAN will leave San Francisco August XI for
Japan and China. For rate* of pa??age, freight and all
further Infarmatlon apply at C?inpany a office on the pier
foot of Canal atrcct f. R. BABY, Agent
UNITED STATES AM) BRAZIL MAM- STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
The elegant irtdewheel steamship SOl'TH AMERICA.
2.000 t?n burthen, Captain E. L. Tlnklennugli, will anil
for St Thomas, Para, Pernatnhuco, Bah la and Rio |
Janeiro, on Friday, August 23, at Do'uiouk P. M., troiu pier
43 North River.
No. 5 Bowling Green.
I JOB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
1 MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINK,
from pier No. 6 North River, at S o'clock P. M.
GENERAL MEADE,
on Saturday, August 24.
Freight received dally. Through rates given for Bt
Louis, vlckaliurg. Mobile, Galveston and Indianola.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodation.,
apply to FREDERIC BAKER. -V) Broadway.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
Southern Line.
The steamship CITY OF GALVESTON,
Captain Jones.
will leave pier 21 Kaat River, Wednesday, Anpi?t21.
Freight for St Louis, Mobile and Galveston n.
For lyelabt or paaaage, having superior v >" nodations,
apply to
_ C. H. MALLORY M co.. 163 Vil lci. l?no.
FOR NEW ORLBANfl DIRECT.
The Cromwell Steamship Line.
The steamship CORTES, Captain Y Keinble. "?l" l?A
pier No. North River, on Saturday, Auguc 14. ai j {
o'clock P. M. Freight received daily.
Through rates given to Galveston, Indiano!*, Mobil*
* 4 St Louis. Cabin passage, $80; steerage, $V
liD.
PRICK FOUR CENTS.
roi?nvra ?trim?hin.
|\i?r? t usr f. luvi.tu 4
11 u&v*>a./*??..***.. ami* v*?a nn.
** . "<4w* ? ?i Mall '< *in?hl? L4lM>, iMTtBg
rt?Tjl? r.a.t trrf ?t < f * 7#t?l tu Tlav *?? ?
CITY or *?MCo. ?l?. r.uJ >rt.l?r. A?MlV
t IT* or MANAMA I^OM
cmr UT Vmw rntait IV,..la, ft.rWmbW I*
Fur Imghl ht ? < (* ?I ?IJ
r aLI*AWPmS * nun, ? rmadwar,
f?*irrn nmi mail to m a v a* a ? * ti.amti?7
1 Mall <atUa? r*g nlarljr ?T?rt
TVf Mjr. M irww> r pr?*Urljr. irnw |.Mr Mo. ?
Ni'fh Mlv.-r w
Molt*" < A'TIJI ripula V M m.<v*. rta Imm,
H&. KMT cm. raMalti T o?m? AkoIU
( oi l MHI A. > Iplkn i I lirtrM. iiilw-r 1
Yv* In ?Ut ??* aj??>l? *
DIM'x'K. I r-^btl,
M? I M-.oliun <>r*?a.
TKAAft LI.NK or UALTRmM aTKAMfca*.
'.iHtrlun* at K?? *r?,? arr.lia ik? I all. I 'UlrlMll.
Tli<- ? l.n?r. < ji uTh KoHiM- tt, ?l pwr ?
Ea?l Kltn. will Iravr rtatvntar. Aimu?t M
Tttrnofh Mil* ? l.iln. /l?*u lo M..u. n and to All
polala iiu ill irr>lmt, n<??ut tu4 llnMrr >o *u4 B.
B K ami * . Kallriail
' * " *" 1 WMU't . Ml ?.?W. taM,
or to W f Ol.t life, Ill Wall atra*t _ _
MiTli'R ? ?Mi.|ina kv lArami-r i ?o W Ortl
will i>U*~r tat*- ii.tw# Hiat ?? ? ? ti ???ftrrtd w
ibr atraiiiPi < l?4i . ana willrlraar rail at <>ar .i?oa aM
harr I U1- ..f lu lu* <iau?*4. U it fca. j*.l alr^^l* Jrao
done. 0 8 M AI I> >KV * U
TOOK SoltlOI.K, TIT* ro|XT AMD (< IIMOM0.?
r Tli? <iW Ihniiini'in ftiaani4ilt> Cuni-**' # itaa?a>?>
ftomplvr W Mortli Klv?r ilti-ir .l.fjni 44i-?rkr?l ?t?a??hii>
IHA At HI I.nlakenian c.ntinai.Jer, Fur ? tiy
Point and K?. W.nl, timraltf. Aim I , ?Mf * . fWlim
tlir>ii<li I>||>? of l? lint V> ail N"#lli and balkWral,
Tliroa^lt |>nwniirt U?kru iihim.I to all MM.
Arrnnim<>da:loii I ' I*''"'
at the general uHtf, l?T tlreenwirh ilmt, eoriwr of Dry
M
TRAVMXUU* utlUK.
\LRA.XY AXI> TUOV ?\ PAT LI UK RoAT* O. YIB.
RAKI)in<l DaNIII I'RKw, (nanMrlM Rajr 17.?
l/. avc W-.tr> ?traet|>ler at <41 * V ?i?l Thirtr fourth
met at #:M. landing al Twkart. Tarrytown and Kvark
(l>y ferryboat', Poinilikm-twir. Rhtnal<a?%. It v oil i'iMUI
and IIuiWi.
Trip UrkcUlnOMMW'. We* P.>1nt, l orntiil and R?Wburg,
retnrnlnc anine day. |l
Councctliu fur all point* *'?aI and Xnrth.
H|n<dal train* to Saratoga and Hharon ?am? er?nlnf
AKTRRMtOS KOAT KOM N KHHI'Ki). roi'UNIIBP'
ate, Koitdouf. Kiii/al'in. ? .<?/en?\ Point, Cornwall.
Now llaiiilitim Villon and lljda l'ark. The MARV
fOWBti, from Vernry ?t ptar erery atwnoon at 1JR
(MTIZKNK* KVKNINil IJVK HIKtMKHH HiR TROT
J direct-St inn. r? RUKNYXtliK an t TII<i?AN
i POWKl.L leave pier *t North luvt r, foot North Nimni
| atreet, dally, fla(urlav?esoepted. al r M . n akmg ?u
| aumioctluni. ? illi .til train* iu North. K?>lakil*mi
Ticket* hold and l>uu?agc chuekad to all b .nU nn Heaa
peiarr iilltl KHiitio.'a aim i ruj aim ?u?"n nauriiaiw
/lo.NKY I81.ANH KA8T HI V KIM ISK K TV AMKR <
V) T. OI.VrilANT, Cuiitaln K T WIImhi. U-ave? rviiu
larly every day. North Mtihlli Miert, VI iilian^'iur*. t
A. M.; Kltftitli atreet. New Y..rk, 10 \ * and I W I' M
Pock ulip, HIaitil 2; rtarkett rtrcet, Hp.. Myn. k> it and
3:28.
T^AIjL HIVKit LINT. KOR IIOHTOK. VIA M #PORT ?
X1 The ainamorh llRlsTOI. and I'lmv11>r si K. tv..m
pier 2s North Ki\er, fool ol Murrav atrret, dally c-uii<l.i??
c\ee|>ted> at ft :1ft 1* M. Ticket* *old lit prill' l|>*l poiula la
New Rnulniiil, the While Mountain* an.I I'lovlii.va.
llall'H Bund enxutied for the MM?<>n
A. 1*. UAOUN, Superintendent
OR BTAMKOK1) AM> (IRKKNWICH -TilK STRAIT
bunt NIOLLIK WIIITK leave* daily It mi i.i.-r S7 Hart
River at a :S(I. and loot of Thirty-third ?lreei at S ? P. M ;
lcOTtiiBUniturd llTi.lt
IjlOR NORWALK, DANHUKV, LITt'HKIRLD AND IN
' termPdiuto KlAliuiiH. via Panhury an I Sin nana Val
lev fti>ilrot?d*.?The new aleamer AMKRIt'l H V??M
flttllv Irmn timt of Market atreet. I i&. and 1htrty^hir?|
street at 3 I'. M., conncotlnn with the ftatiluirv Railroad.
ORIENT, GRKKNI'OllT. rtlH I.TI.lt I hi. A.Ml.*AO
llurbor ami New Suffolk.
Rummer arrangement, cnmnienelntf July U
The Now York Steamboat Company will dspatrh, from
pier 4 North Kiver, dally (Sundays excepted', at ft o'clock
P. M., the world-renowned (trainer*
J. D. Hrlll'VI.KII,('iimiii:inil?r J. H. Edward*,
Tut sdav, Thursday, Saturday,
BSCORT, Commander John Hurlunk,
Monday, Wednesday, Krldar.
Keiurniug. will leave
Pag ITarbor a( 4 1*. M.. Oreenporl at ft m P. MShelter
Island at ft P. M.. Orient at 6 V> p M,
as follows:?Strainer J. B. KCHUYLKR, Monday. Wedne#>
day, Friday; steamer ESCORT, Tuesday, Thursday. Sunday.
Sunday's uteamer will leave San llart.or at # P M.
Steamer J. "B. SCHUYLER will leave sag llartmr Mondays
at 7 o'elo.k A. M. lor New Suflollt an>t return
A. W. l?IMi)CK. President, No. B .wling Ureen.^
CUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
HARLEM AND NEW YORK NAVIGATION CO.
Commencing .luly I, l*7i.
Steamer* SYLVAN CROVK, SYLVAN STREAM. HYLVA*
GLEN and SYLVAN DELL,
Landing at Harlem, 120th street. 1(W'? street, Astoria,
Eleventh atreet and reek slip.
Way?Landing at IJOUi street, Ifr.Hh street, Astoria ami
Eleventh M reef?Leave Harlem, 6, 7,H, 9. I?aad II A. M. j
2, .H. 4, 6, t and 7:1ft P.M.
Express?Landing at 120th street and Perk slip oalv?
Leave Harlein-fl :5), 7:J0. 8 M 9:30 and 10 M A. M. i IJM
1:2ft, 2:30, 8 :.M), 4 :W and ft :*> P. M.
Way?Landing at Eleventh street, Astoria. K?th street,
120th street And I30Ui street?Leave Peak slip?6:1ft, 7, t,
? and 10 A. M.; 12 M.; 1. S, 4, ft,?:1ft and 7 P. M
Express?Landing at I2nth street and ruth street.Harlem
Lenvu Peck Silp-7 :*>, S:30, PjlS. 10M and 11:V A. M. J
1:30, 2 :S0, S :S0, 4 M 8 M and 6 X P. M.
The 6 A. M. noat from Harlem, and the 6.1J P. M. from
Peck slip, do not land at 109th street.
Freight received from 7 A. M. until 5 P. M.
Schools and picnics taken on reasonable term*.
SUNDAY ARRANGEMENT.
Boats leave Harlem at 8:."*) A. M., and hourly and halrbourly
thereafter during the day, landing at Astoria and
Eleventh street each trip. Last lioat leaves Harlem at
7:?? P. M.. and Peek slip at?:1ft P. M.
| This Is the only line connecting with the regular Una of
boats for High Bridge.
I ns-eilgcril uy iiiui "nc <? ?u?w I
ment work* at Hell Oate. Schneider's and SchuUter#
Parks at Astoria. Christ Park and Karl's Park at NurtU
New York, ai'd High Bridge.
J. K. TALLMAN, Superintendent.
UltT GOODS.
Hair, iiaib, haib.-shaws patent iiair.
e<|iial to huiiiuii linlr; can bo combed ami brushed;
Switches, 80c.; Iluiuan Hnlr, cheapest nml best In the
market; (solid Switcher", one yard lornr. $3; French
Switches, $4; Curls, $1 nud upwards; ladles'own nair
mmle over, 25c.; latost styles always on hand. .152 Bow.
efv, opposite Third street, and near <>reat .lone*, up
stairs, nii'l .*3 Sixth avenue. between Twenty-second and
Twenty-third streets ?1> stairs.
~ YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, <fcC.
FOR SALE?A NEW IRON TUG HOAT, 118 FEET
long, 21 lect beam, 0 loot hold, engine 44i3>).
L. P. NF.Al'I A LEVY, Penn Works, Philadelphia.
For bale?a schooner, four years old;
carries 60,000 brick, or 100 tout in six feet: sails new.
To be soon for two day* at o'conob'S Dock, Erie Bantu,
Brooklyn.
FOR SALE?A CANAL BOAT; CAN BE MADE 8CITniilo
11, carry any kind of freight with a little repair*
Ing; will be Hold cheap enough to use for any purpos- If
applied lor soon. Address CANAL BOAT, Herald office.
SCHOONER YACHT CAPRICE FOB SALE?modelled
by Robert Fish; very fast, One sea boat; measures
40 leot 8 inches deck, keel 87 leet, beam 13 teetfl inches,
dentil .1 feet, draws 2 feet 6 alt, about 10 tons old measure;
cabin ami lor,-castle; carries H fails; easily managed by
one man; will be sold low. Apply at 10 aua 18 Chamber*
street.
1A)AK OFFICE*. ~~
AT 77 BLEECKEB STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, 0P
stairs?Highest Cosh Advances on Dlamond*,Watches,
Jewelry, Pianos, Ac., or bought. Pawnbrokers' Ticket*
bought at 77 Bieecker street.
AT HO NASSAU STREET, BETWEEN FULTON and
John streets, NEWMAN LEOPOLD continues the
biiylnir. selling or advancing on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Pianos, Merchandise, Lite Policies, for any amount
AT WOLF BROTHERS', 81* BBOADWAY, BETWEEN
Nineteenth and Twentieth streets.?Money loaned
on Dlamoui's, Watches, Jewelry, 61lverware, Silks; particularly
Pianos: private parlor for ladles. Business
strictly confidential.
AT .17 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR BROADWAY.
I nay the highest price for Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Ac., or advance on same. ISAACS, Diamond
Broker, 37 Thirteenth street, near Broadway.
At iiyman'b. no broadway-liberal ad
vances made on Diamonds and Watches, Sliver
ware, Ac., or will pay the highest market price for ths
A T THE OLD ESTABLISHED OFFICE, 66 NASSAU
J\ street, you can obtain liberal advances on Diamonds,
Watchcs, Silverware, Ac., or will purchase thorn at theix
utmost valuation. A. Hon IUM AN, Broker.
AT m BROADWAY. CORNER OP FOURTH STREET.?
Liberal advances on diamond*, watches, Jewelry,
silk*, camel's hair shawls, laces aud personal uroperiy oJ
every description. JAMES P. M ATTIlEWs.
A I ?OFFICE?97S,000?ESTABLISHED 1SM.-EXTRA
Ali ordinary prices paid for tine Llamoiids, Watchc*.
Jewelry, Silverware, Camel's hair Shawls, Lace*, Valuables,
Ac. Also liberal cash advances on same. J. 11.
BAliRINOER, 785 Broadway, opposite Astor place.
OQ NASSAU STREKT, OPPOSITE POST OFFICB.0?7
Liberal advances made oil Diamonds, Watches
Jewelry and all kind* of Merchandise. The MmboHliI
and sold. Room I. HATMAN LEOPOLD.
SIXTH AVKNCE. BKTWEEN TWRNTYrtUQ
fourth and Twentv-flflh *treeta.-Llb?ral advance*
made on Diamonds, Wstche?, Je!re{fZilV?1A*
kinds of Qoods. Same bought at lull value. L. BERN ARP.
OQ K. BROADWAY. CORNER of amity street.OOO
Money liberally advanced on Watches. Jewelry,
Diamonds, Cloth* and Silk* and all othsr personal property
The same bought and sold. M. RiHhNBERO.
QfiP BROADWAY. OPPOSITE ELEVENTH STREET.?
Ol'U Money liberally advanced on Diamond*, Watches,
Jewelry. Silks, Dry floods, and personal Property ofevery
description; private entranoe lor ladle*. J. A. J ACESOJC
QA7 BROADWAY, BETWEEN TWENTIETH AND
iJ\t I Twenty first street*.?H If he st price loaned on
Dlsmonds, Watches, Jewelry ana Valuable*. Extraordinary
prices paid tor same. Business confidential.
__ ISAAC*. Diamond Broker, iw7 Broadway.
Q1 O BROADWAY?OLD ESTABLISHED, AND RE
HO liable office. Monev advanced on Diamonds.
prVes!6"' J,w#lTjr* ^*e**> i same bougtU aMO^hes*
19a7 RRoadway. room b. over herald
mOI branch (parlor for ladies)) fjfo Ui Sixth

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