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TH WHOLE NO. 13,467. WUCTOU POt IHBffiBI. AJtOflHRMKlfTS?Suroirt) Pao?? Fourth ami fltth columns. AflTEOLOO??Smoho Pao??Third column. BIIAIARDS? Kikht Finn?Sixth column. BOAKDEltd VfAKTKD?HtconD Pack-TMrd oolumn. SHOOK L.YN KEAL ESTATE VOH SA_LR?tsjtoORD Pags?Second coloron. Paos?Second "BUBIN ESS NOTICES?Fttvb Pasb?8t*th col am a. CIOARS AND TOBACCO?Sscowd Pagb?Second column. CITY SEAL BSTATE ?OR SALE?Sitoowu I'ag*?Second column. CLERKS aND SALESMEN?8btowp Fag*?Flr?t column COACHMEN AND OARDENBBS?ScooifD Pamb?Hint and n-cmd columns. coastwise steamships?Fiiwt Pag*?Fifth column. COUNTRY MOARB?8*co*o I'au*?1Third column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UNFURNISIIED-Firmt Pack?Tliird cotuinu. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Fibst Pag*?Fourth And fifth "'.-oluma*. BUROt'E?First Pag*?Third eiihunn. BTBH A> D EARS?Second P>ao*?Third cofcunn. EXCURSIONS???ir8t Paujb?Si&th column. HNaNC1aI<?Third Paob. FUR SAaLE?Sxcoivd Paob?Fowrth column. FUBNISHED ROOMS AND APABTMENTfl TOiLBT? Ff H8T Pao*?Third column. FURNITURE- First Pag*?Sixth column. HELP WANTED?HEM A IBS?S*com> Paob?flnt colnmn. fiBLF V?aUTED?M AXiKS?Second Pace?Second col umn. MOUSES. OARK1AOE8, AC?First Pjmb?Muoad column BOTEL8?Saooiro paob-VThlrd column. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., W ANTED?Kl BJT Third column. INSTRUCTION?Rxoown Pack?Fourth column. JERSEY CITY, H0B04TEN, HUDSON CITY AND BBRORN REAL ESTATE FOB SALE?shtojtd Paub? sec?) id column. LOAN OFFICES- Fiatr Paob?Third column. X1O8T AND FOUND?Fibm Pagk? Flr*t column. MACIIINTURY?S*oomi> Pagk?Fourth column. IfABBl.*' MANTKLrf*?s*cokp Pau*? Srcwd column. MEDICAL?Sbcobb Fag*?Fourth column. miscellaneous advertisements? 2iontb pag*? Sixth column. mushw e?bccomi)'!-ag*?Fourth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?Fifth Pauw SiJwlti column. PERSONAL?Fiiuif .i* agk?FlrKt column. _ PIANOFORTES, OBOANS. ac.??*c?*? Pagb? Fourth ?lumn. _ ? POST OFFICE NOTICE?S*oohd Pagb?Fourth column. PROPOSALS?Bmohd Paujc?Kourtlr tolumu. vnnBucarnvif. liiTli aTT(INK U'lNTKl)?FEMALES^ t'KcoM) Pao??First, column. ^ PROPERTY OCT OP THE CITY'TOR 8ALE OB *0 rent?Suscturo Pinit?8ecoad''?nlnmn. SKil, estate ^'o exchanue?srcobd Paoj b?cod>1 < column. xeuolous notices?first Paoe?Second column. kl'.w arus? first I'auk? First cohnnn. sales at ACCTloN?First Paub?Third column. B1TI ATl.iN.S wanted?females?Sacoxi) Pxar? Firnt column. _ SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Second Paob?wrgt column. special notices?First Pao??First and second columu>. sport! no?poos, BIRDS, ac.?First pAGS?seocod column. EMKR RESORTS?Srcomo **?*?Third column. I TRADES?Si.coNu Pauk?s cond column. : turf?Pibst 1'ack?Sccontl column. to let MJR business purposes?flmt P*3b? Third onlumn. travellers' guide?Pi an Pass?Fifth and ?ixth eoluma*. UMPURNI KF.D ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? First f aun?Third column. TlACHTS, steamboats, ac.?Sxcond Pa(3b?Fifth column. jBKRAl.P BRANCH OFFICE?fPTOWM. A DVEKTO8EMENTS FOR 1HE NEW YORK HERALD RECEIVED AT THE BRANcil OFFICE, ],2Cft BROADWAY AND 930 SIXTH AVENUE, WKTWKKN THIRTY-FIRST AND TI1IBTT-SBCOND STREETS. ~~ ADV EF.TISEMENT6 ARE RECEIVED FROM ? A. M. TILL 9 P. M. ON WEEK DAYS (SUNDAYS, 2 TILL 9 P. ?L), AT OFFICE RATER HEWSOEALER8 SUPPLIED WITH IIERALD AT 5 O'CLOCK EVERY MORNINOT NO EXTRA CHARCKS. PARIS AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. M noi3lv"' ivnAiaciU a. w., AUDUJOAH nbuicuon, have been appointed"paris agents for the ?w york herald. they will supply dealERS with copies of tllfc herald, and also 4jingle numbers of this paper to parties requiring them. PUKSOKAL. XlociToRAY OR MARY BARKER WILL PLEASE J\ leave tier address immediately for GRAYSON, 'Herald Uptown Brunch office, l,2ti5 Broadway. Lady in black, with large solitaires 2 I o'clock. Tuusday, store on Broadway, near Union Iqnarc, railed tor "Ellin' Fifth avenue stocking supporters," spoke to gentleman in gray, can form acquaintance <%y adar' iKinn W., station A. ILffr. Francisco de paula fedeino osma y -ItI UaUinoroi, nephew and heir of Mr. Gabriel de ?'0?niw ?tcc'Ust'd. is requested to make himself know n, either ptnt-.~ or by letter, at thf office of the under-liitncd,where he can learn something to his advantage. , C. MARTI A CO.. 4 Bowling Green. Minnie?don't be cruel i long for that token of affection from you. Repose the utmost oon(fldence.in mo. It Is not selfishness, but love. Write. flokencb. LOST AND FOCBD. ,t ost-^an envelope, with a number or Ju Brunswick lottery tickets, wIik I) are of no value eybody but the owner. A liberal reward will be paid -tho return of the tickets at 116 Nassau street, room o8t?AT JERSEY CITY kerry. ON tue~ MORNINC \j of the 3d Inst., Specification;* and Drawings of a pa rat railroad car, rolled up in newspaper. The tinm-j jrill receive thanks and a liberal reward by returning tc No 61 Liberty street, first floor, room t. New York. LWT.-IN GETTING ON THE OARS AT~LONG Branch I hait t.iken from my scaef a Diamond Ring. Any one returning it to S. K. SPENCER, ClarendcB Hotel, Long Branch, or to J. O'DONNEI-L k CO., IS Park row, win rr one rewarn >nn nn (|K>nionii aiua, u It is valued troui a imml who lit dead and gone. L08T?ON TUESDAY EVENING, JCLY1, IV A Minth avenue omnibus, a Bundle containing a Frock Coat, marked "Ghevreqil. -wrapped In a pray shawl, secured wtith leather straps. The tluder.will be suitably rewaxil'td by Waving the bundle at the New York Hotel. . REWAltm. ^ *oe bewabd.-lobt, june as, a black ?T^<J leather Pocket Wallel. containing two life insurance policies and other valuable paper* of ire only to the Erner. J. P. KRANCfS,,or KUGENK CH?\ ALUEK, 61 berty ktr?et, Jlew York. BPKCIAli NOTICES. A -TUB american reu'ster, a. tii<! most widely circulated of the American journal* published in Eitvrpe. A capital medium tor American ., flverluwr* addressing themselves t? r European uatronage. fndispen?at>le to nil persona rinting Oreat Britain and the European Continent. , Sutacriulicit* and advertisements for the AMERICAN ' 'JUKUBTBR will be received tti <l single copies of the *>*pev may be obtained at the .fflce ot the Stv? York JMernid, New York. A- ?HERAJJt) BJtANUH OPKKLE] BROOKLYN^ corner ot ^'ultou-avenue and Boerum street. Open troin 8 A. M. tc 8 P. M. <>i. Sunduy from S to tf P. M. ~k ?K*:NtUcKJ 'state lottery, for TBB BENBA.. flt'Otf the schools of Frankfort to be drawn at CoviiKlon. Kt . eacb Tuesday during July. 1873:? \Ifrlzc of. $30,000 and 36.344 oilier pntM. Far circulars, living (nil intormnta >n. apply to or.adtfciwJOMEi'H HA TEH. Agent, 198 Broadway, room No. I, Ifiai atn Bank Buildhig. Mew York. ~A\ ?ONCE MORE. jJL "inai opportunity Is offered to-dvr to secure tickets for -third Oread Oilt < '<?sc?rt of Kentucky Library. Half milMt'a dollars solid-cash will he distributed. Drawing at L outsville next Tuesday positively N?> tickets at home nfflci'I only a tew it<*tur??0 trom .oH-lde agencies whic vi will be sold out to brst applicants at par from Sew York Agency. Ten thousand gilts Capital $100,000. Hckelfc, #10; Halves, $fi; Quarter*. $2 JO. TlVot* U. HAYtf t Co., 609 Broadway. New York. Also wj?th J. T EUCHE, 19 Bread street, and W. L, Q4 Vis, DOB Broadway. A ?Ol'tWClAL DRAWJJIOB A. KENTUCKY ?TA.TE LOTTEBIJ&0. Kixnud-bitra cuaob no .03?jolt ji, 1873. M u, 13. 6H. s; M, 63. 46. a. 67. 73. 40, 70. innrciT-class mo. 414?jviy 3. 1W3. p JB, 20, 41, 7^ 12. 22. ,n 14. 31, 43, ft7, 61, 19, 69. BUHMONH A CO., Manager*. (Viviatton,_Ky. SflEfeST COlfc. 0*? KXTBA CJLA.it NO 313? JtJLT 3, 1873. 74, I, 40, ?. 7. AO, :*l, 20, 66, M. 2, 46. 66. > tmru.tr C4>*uaca?,CLASS *o. 3lt?JLJ.V 3, 15."J. ' 4L 26, 16, 66, Jf7, 2. 9, 10. 36. 69, 24. P, fi* 44. S*r/H A cA. Managers, O*vlngtor, Ky. Mdress /. CLUTK, Broker, 106 Broadway. 163 Pulton stret t and Ko. 2 Pa*k row. Post <rlti<-e box 4.968. B~ AKKEBfi AND |BROKBRflr OFFICE 1,207 BBOABway. oMosite i'llsey Hansen- Drawjnas of,the Ha vana avd Htntuckj Lotteries regularly retoived and led. ?Tvelay;b a tu? dangerous*1 - krhtuoky 1J library tmn Coaeert draws postttve:ly Jialy 8 A tow lucky titr.XetH and onrts of ticket* lor m>c M pw by P. 0. DETLIkT, fttattcmer, 10 Liberty ?tr*?t>(a Inv doom CMtof Po*i?(ftce). Havana ix>t*b*y or cuba. Hafti ?a*en Government Lottery. Brt?mwick l ottery. Clt^.of rnmhora Lottery. Pricpi eaahed MJnf?rn>?taqt ?tiv?n. THKODOR Z8CHOOH. Box 8.080 Post office* _ 116 Nmmu ftrMt. U TTAVANA LOTTERY.?WEXT PR A WING JOLT l?; II information given. prtaw wuihed, Ac. R. Ortoga'* *uccoBJK?r, Po?t offlc*'uo? No. 9 Wall itreeL IP YOO WISH TO SPECULATE I*Ymrifg OR GOLD, with protection against lot* and .-?KUl inventmem, i eeruWor cxplauaio.vcireulfir _ L LArTILKY A BAgLBT, 7f. Broadway. p)? /\PFICIAL drawing north CABOLINAU<OTr*BT. t J RXTRi CLASS no. U7?Jt'LY 8, 1C73. 1 6, 43. fil, 14, 68, 3?, 23, M. 12. 58, W. I*r 47J k _ NORTH CAROLINA?CLAM NO. 12>?? JULT 3, 1873. . * 87. 28, I, 52, 43, 32, 2A 4.% 4(1, ft, 41, 54, J?. OF.RREN A CO.. Munaaer* LI7THT A CO.. Broker* ?<4 Greenwich street. N. T. E NE 8PECUL NOTIOB8. / vkHoiXITdrawimjs or THB801'TH CAROLINA \J Lottery lor the benefit ot the Free Reboot KuuJ? PKHrrTUAW? KkTKA CLAM KM?JOLT J, 187S. 57, U, 71, ?, 45. M, I&, f4. 7. 43. (U, ?2. 1*)?jr..* S. 1873. , COLfe FctX, &n??era^bhlirt^rton3<S. ct July?' 1H73; Sew Yort Font office lioiljsfi*. . Royal Havana lottkky. New aobene out.? $4?u,*W In prlsei erery 17 <l?y* 1 prize of fluO.OOO 1 prtoe of ?<V*? 1 pnae of miu 1 prize oL 10,001) I priaes of ncti &.UOk 776 other prlres. Next drawing. Jul)' 12. Inlormatk?a furruahM <jrdors tilted: circular* Hont Iroe on applloatlon; MpaiLjih Rank Mite and (JoTemmeats purcnaaM, Ac.. *c- TAYLOR* CO., Bankera, No. 11 Wall<t_ Rotal Havana lottery?next drawing jrly 12 German State Lotteries. Send for circulars. RiTTKH A CO.. 8ft Nnasan street, room 4. Branch nlflce 1.917 Third avenue, near Sixtieth street Poet office box SJ3A To Wiiom it may concern.?notice is hereby Klven that 1 bwre not authorised ?nv work to be done or biltn to be A?ntracte<1 on wy -account Mi*. P. L. KGBKET, 41 Went Twxuity-ninth street, N. T. Jr?? S, 1871 (fc'&QQ .^OQ IB DRAWN DAILY IN THE LEGALJO*7 lied Keutueky lottery; Royal Havana ant. Kentucky clroulara tree; lz\% cent* conuulsnlon alleged. Add res* HALEY k OO. (office established 90 y?ars), 174 BroaJway. MFOBIlNG-OOtiS. BIRDS, dtC. A -FOR SALE, ALL KINDri OP PANCY DOOS. Birds. 9 c.; Medlciaea lor all diseases. Prepared Pood for mooting birds. At B. ti. DOVt-YH, No. S Uw.iu' street, noarOt.nai. the tirk. ~ Long bbanch racks comniefcoc July 4 and coottaue the 8th. 9th, 10th, Utli, 14th. 16th, FUi and 19th. JO UN HOEY, President ___ HOR8B8, CARRIAGES, ?C. A SECOND HAND fUWOHll DOG CART AND Uninm hnMi hv Aruwatap ' M111/> nu nr Rocku w^ys,\op nmf^npen Boggles, Pouy Phaetons >ind . Business1 Wagons, at tow priors. ' Uttf BE. 141 Wet Broadway. AT Gf.EATLY REDUCED PRICES.?OCR ENTIRE sleek new and tecond hand Carriages, all season; able stylos; an elegant Victoria, light Rarourhe, 1'ark l'lmcUM., platlorm Doc Oart: great bargains. MANUFACTURERS' U-NION. 638 Broadway.^ A?THREE PONT IPH AETONS, THIRTY SECOND . hand Carrlagea, taken to exchange. Mil at half price. New Carriages 10 per cent less thai Broadway stores. HAM, 10 East Fourth street. Abarcain.-two very coon clarences and two Bretts; one'Couoo Rockaway: all in good order; on reasonable terms to the right parties- At 400 Third avenue. Depot wagons, pojiy phaetons, victorias. Sundowns, Dog Carts, Park Phaetons, light Rockaway s, Haggles and other seasonable styles family Carriages and light Wagons, at rcasunableprlces. MaNUKACTUKERS' union; ?S9 Broadway. For sale?a fony phaeton, not much used, with steel axle and tire; (ringed Umbrella, with adjusts bio holder. Atply at Empire Stable, 93 East Fourth Street. FpoR SALE-iOR TO EXCHANGE FOR LIGHT T 1 Cart, or woulfi hire for the Summer, a thoroughly broken lady's saddle Mare; has all galls, rides very easy and gentle enough4or any oue; 1 iii hands, color chestnut, 7 years old and perfectly sound. Apply this day at stables, No*. IS aad 17 East Twenty-eighth street. RKAT BARGAINS.? IN CONSEQUENCE OK RET building part of our premises, we ofTer oar entire stock seusonable sty'es new and second hand Carriages greatly reduced price*. manufacturers' UNION, ?38Broadway._ Harness, saddles, horse clothing, horse Furnishing Gnods, Ac. Carriage Equipments of every description, style and grade; no fancy prices. C. M MOsJSjIAN t BROTHER, haruess Manufacturers, 114 Chambers street Harness.?tiib cheapest harness store in New York. A good double Truck Harness, $30; a good Grocer's Harness, $30; a good Milkman's Harness, $30; a good Buggy Harness, hand made, $17; a good stable blanket. also a large assortment of Blankets, Rot?s, Sheets, Nets, Ac. Please call and examine tor yourselves PtSHER A OSBORNE. 71 Barclay street, second door from Greenwich street, formerly of Murray 1 street I AM NOW SELLING TOP WAGONS FOR $300; ALSO Rockawavssnid Phaetons at very desirable bargains. ISAAC LOCK Wool),* corner U7th street and Third av. PONY PHAETON, ROCKAWAY, DEPOT WAGONS, Ac., in great variety and at prices to suit the times. 1,494 and l,48P Broadway, between Forty-fourth and Forty-filth street! PONY PHAETONS?EVERY DESCRIPTION, POPClar prices; depot Wagons in great variety; two elegant six-seat extension-top Phaetons, Park Wagons, light Rockawavs, low prices. Uani l.-A<rrtTRKRtt' UNION (M Broadwav. SECOND HAND CLARENCE, PONV PHAETON. Depot W*(?ou, Rock 11 way, I'Off Carl, ten Top and open Buggies, light Koail Wagon, aov?ral Carriages, slightly soiled; creut bargains. MAN I KAC I U i<KHS' I'NION, 638 Broadway. Wagon and harness for bale cheap? Separately ?r together, thrcc-ouarter Hide bar light, square body, city made Wagun and light, fine Harness. Address JAM hs WaTSON, Herald office. TV ACONS?CHEAP; TWO EXPKKSS ONE OKOCKRY, TT one Delivery, one Business. and one Concord Express Wagon; one Furniture Truck, at Z26 Spring street, corner ot Clarke street. KKMUIOUS NOTICES. , At ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. FORTYsixth street, east of Sixth avenue?Service* will be held-at 10W A. M. and 4 P. M. The rector. Rev. Dr. l'rlcc, will preach at the morning service, and the associate, Rev. A. B. Hart, at the uHcrnoon. Bishop snow will preach in the univkr. sity. Washington square, on Sunday, at 3 P. M. heats free?Subject?"The Work of the Rider on the White < Horse." ('IHURCn OF TUB REFORMATION. FIFTY SEVENTH J street, between Fourth ana Lexington avenues. Kev. U. T. Tracy, rector ?Service on Sunday next at 11% A. m. Children's service at 3 P. m. Free tabernacle ok the methodist Episcopal church, Thirty-fourth street, .between Seventh and Eighth avenues?Rev. John E. Cookman, pastor, will preach on Sunday morning at iOk o'clock and in the evening at 7\ o'clock. Sabbath school at 2 P. m. All are .welcome, seats tree. Rev. wayland hoyt, pastor, will preach in the Tabernaclc Baptist ehnrcb, Second avenue uud Tenth street (until the reopening of Stein way Hull In October), every .-unday, at A. m. and 1% K M. Subject tor evening sermon?"Cavils at Conscience." Eev. d. b. ,kitten, pastor sixteenth street Haptitt. church. West Sixteenth street, near l.iguth avenue, will preach on Sunday morn ng, 10U o'clock ; evening. 7 :iS Ihe service* In inisoburch will continue during the Summer, the pMtor, Rev. D. B. Jnttin, preaching morning and evening. RKV. J. F. m'CLELLAND, PASTOR OP 8T LUKE'S Methodist Episcopal church, Forty-first sfeet, near sixth avenue, will pri ach Sunday, atlJJ?A M. There will be no evening service. REV WILLIAM P. CORBIT, THE PASTOR. WILL pr?ach to-morrow, at the De Kalb Avenue Methodist Kpjsoopal church. Brooklyn, morning and evening Seats free. UcKalb avenne cars bom Fulton ferry pass the church EV. J. W. PRACKELFORD WILl7PREACH IN ST. Peter's church on Sunday evening, July C, at t\ o'clock yrKj.NU niKHbi rnnnDiicKiAn ijhukuii, AKAK O YatiMk.?SOnday, July ?, <pri-aching by the uasior, Kev. Uaurue McCampbell, at 10^ A. M. Subiect?"ChriHt's Word Making Man'n Heart a Rich Home." Young peo &lc's praver meeting at 7:46 P. il. Ail are invited to mm _ ST. THOMAS' CHURCH, KIKTU AVENUE. CORNER of Fifty-third Ktreet. ? Tlierf will te service in thin church eceny Sunday throughout the Suioiuer. morning. 10Ja; afternoon. 4 o'clock. Sunday morning, July 6, tno boiy communion will b*- administered, and the rector, the Rev. Hr Morgan, will preach. Prayer* every WcvlnesdA7 e.vcuiag at 5 o'clock _ OT. M'KK'S H08PITAL.-RRV WILING/ KIRKl'8 O will preach jo the chapel of the HcsnituTTon Sunday evening, at7jfi0''!l0Ck. Collection for Hoapital charity. THEOKKAT UNION CAMP MEBTINUAT SEA CUIT will opun July 8. and continue 10 day*. Dintlngulsbwd iiilni?w?rt. and laymen ol diffcrcnt.'drnominutiont will iwrttcipate. The Sea Cliff IIoim m already open. Trntfi and aJK aqppliM can be obtained at reaionable rw<'?. t, iCHINBS* OPPORTCSIITIBS. * '..KXANDKR HtcnUNOIIAM A COMPANY SE,0 ^urr capita' lor Incorporated conipHiilc*, merchants. manutaeWrer*. mine* t?ur r.t* later contains many name* pommatnfhvarious amount# tor investment. 4LHXANJUKR FitOTIilNOIIAM A ^COMPANY, 112 and JUL4 Broadway. A FORTU*E-Pl*:AflURE AND P?OKIT COMbth'td?Rare chance \o make BMBey.?-Partner w mi ted. a reliable niM. lurw.of travelling,le acta?o??liier 'r-a ii>"-- In the moat oeebrated monev MfcltigexhiMtioM uver in thla country. performing to crowded hnutea nightly ; aaaoclationaflrM c)aaN. and but Uttte capital re anirw. For an Interview atklraaa box 1,308 New York PoatefBce. _ A YOUNG MAN ABOCT TO ESTABLISH CUMSEJ.P In the lithographic bMlnem-would like to ajutocntfe with hla aoiw good, ret-poMible perton an either actiw or rpecial partner; ban a thorough knowledge of the bumneav .a lawtc acquaintance in the trade and con aidcranle patronage already ?aaured. Addreaa P. O.. bo* 177 Herild -QUSINEfiU OPPORTUNITY.?All ACTIVB MA N, 11 with nAoitAi. la wanted to take, an iritar?<<t win ul. wertUer in eZwendliy a buainci* jJready eetabltabed aa<l capable of weat enlargement Mdcorrwondlna prodt, Afeirew HOWAflD, 0>re of C. U. OMrer. Mn. 1 Park place. TJAJtTNEB WANTHP?WITH A FBW HUNDRED X dollars, wb? would be wllllnato ri?k Kin a pernian?Kt legitimate t>uAne<* wJierejMIMM a year man be made peKnuuacnUy. Andrew be.* 2,710 rout office UTANTBD?A PARTIT WITH f 1.009 TO JOIN IN A TT Anuria** exhJMHoi' ?Mitln* tb? watering placca; lOO.unn nf; he cleared dtotti*: the t-uromer For particulars addveM HAKKV WUMTUINUION, Hrr?kl Uptown Hrancli4>fflc<*. <fl>1 nnn ?PKRMANRNT SITP^TION ($28 WRKKT/Y) PJ.lllllf. to i?pu#liliif off w anto able to lonn fl.OrtO on Mourlly. Fi.r Inimeitiat# interrHW |?nd faal addrtas to CA8U 0&DKS8. HaraW otu* I W YO NEW YORK, SATUI TO LKT W)tt BUSIHKSS PiRPOSM. I j^TTRNTION! NOW BEADY FOR OCCUPANCY. M?W FIREPROOF BUILDINO. FUtWN, NASSAU AND ANN STREETS. RLEUANT OFFICES TO KENT IN THE ABOVE h HREl'KW, WELL LOCATKU BUILDING, BEING IN I CLOSE PBOXI&IITY TO TUB Cmr HALL, THB COURTS, TUB POST OWICE, AC., AC. OFfICES, SUITABLE ~KOR LAWYERS, BHOKER8, BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, AC.. AC., CAN BE HAD,' SINGLY OB ENITijITB, OF ANY DESIRED SJTZE, FROM 10X13 FEET~TO ?X?7 FEET, AT *300, 400, $000 AND UPWARD TO 112,000, AOOOBDINQ TO SIZE AND LOCATION. T1IE ABOVE BUILDING I.S COM PLETELY TlREPBOOF, ? READY FOR OCCUPANCY, HEATED BT STEAM, AND HAS TWO FIB8T CLASS PASSENUBfi ELEVATOBS AND ALL MODERN IMPBOVEMBNTS. BENT OF SMALL OPFICES. Sir*. 2(1 story. 3d Story. 4th Story. 5th Story l9.iox23.? $i'.ihju ai.tw 9i.a>u $i,ii<) 1CX24.6 L.hOU 1,400 1,210 *00 14.6x25.6 1.KO0 l,:iU0 1,2110 (W0 17.26.6 1.HU0 1,800 1.200 800 lOxlM 500 ?I0 350 aw 10x126 500 400 380 SO"! 19.6x39 3,000 2,500 2.001) 1.5H0 19.6x3V 3,000 2,500 2,UK) 1,900 10x12.6 600 400 350 300 10.10x23 1.HII0 1,600 1.200 1.000 14.6x23 i,rni 1,260 i.oijo nhi 14.6x23 1,800 1,290 1,(100 HOO 17x23 M00 1,280 ? 1,000 HO 10x18 800 400 360 3U0 INQUIRIES TO BE MADE OF HOMER MOROAN, NO. 2 PINE STREET. A?the cheapest kloolls to let on BROAD. WAY. FIRST AND THIRD FLOORS. 138 BROADWAY. I NINE LOFTS, 80X100. WITH OR WITHOUT STEAM 1 wwer, to let, suitable tor light mimulacturliig purpons also an eli;gaut Store. X- and 37 Wooster street. IX) LET-THK FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT, BOX 70 feet, with engine and boiler, for heavy business well lighted. Avenue A, between Twcutieiith and Twenty-first streets. Apply to FRED. BOKCn, 339 taut Twen ty-third atr^ot. cq west twenty-fourth street.-a back ?)<J Parlor, for dental office, with chair and spittoon; aiaoitwo large Koouih on first MoOr. in a private family. <)QQ AND 301 SPRING STREET?TO LET CHEAI*. tuOO for any business; <me has boon a grocery and one m. bakery tor many years; near Clinton Market; good oritar. DWELLING HOI SEK TO LET. Pnrnlihed, r LET?SPLENDIDLY FURNI8HED, FOUR months, from July 1, three story high stoop brown stoiie House, Ml East Forty-ninth street; rent to finiall buddy S10J per month. W. C. FLANAGAN, 1&3 Bowery Vnfarnlnhed. AN ELEGANT FOUR STORY HIGH BTOOP HROWN stone House, first door from Filth avenue; house frescoed and bus all conveniences: rent moderate. Apply at No. 7 West Forty-fifth street TO LET?FOR BOARDERS, LARGE FURNISHED House, near Graud Central depot. For terms, with retorences..?ddress OWNER, box 130 Herald office. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET. 4rr BOND* STREET. ?FURNISH HI) ROOMS TO LET, ') to gentlemen only, in a quiet house, at $3 50 per wo*>k. without board ; references required. 1 ,*T r WEST THIRTY FIRST STREET, SECOND l(Ju floor.? Light hall Bedroom to let, tarnished, to one-or two young men, with gas. HVFIRNIMIKI) KOOM?. AMD Ai'AHTME NTS TO LET. AT 122 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR FOURTH AVenue, finely arranged Suits. Ave rooms, built serially for nousekeeplntr. with uuriern conveniences; $37 M), iStt, $32 60. Apply in the store. SALES AT AITTIOS." ~ 1 LI.I-.V R MINER AUCTIONEER. A Salesrooms M5 Chambers and 77 Reade struct, late Henry U. Leeds t Miner. Established in IK47. Horse Auction Marl. 337, 339 and .141 Fourth avenue, corner ol Twenty flitli street. By ALLEN B. MINER A BRO. THURSDAY, July 10. at 10V o'clock, at their salesrooms, 06 Chambers and 77 Reade streets. OENTEEL HOUSEHOLD t URNITURE?Mirror#, Carpets, Ac. Details In time. Arch. Johnston, auctioneer, office and salesroom, 37 Nassau street; horse auction branch, 10 to 26 East Thirteenth street; carriage repository, No. 8 Cortland t street LAROE SALE OK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, at AKCll. JOHNSTON'S salesroom, 37 Nas-au street, on Wednesday, July a. at ll)M o'clock. A RARE OPPORTUNITY to those llirnishing city or country residences. The largest and richest Household f urniture sale, Ol over $20,1**) worth and (UK) lots, l>y catalogue, takes I place this (Saturday) morniug. July S, at 10'v o'clock, at i the elegant brown stone mansion liM East l'wenty-fltth street, near Fourth avenue ; 8 inagniflecnt Parlor Suite, covercd in ?atln, brocatel, coteline and ret twoelegaut rosewood Pianofortes, bestcily u al.ers; 7o" yards velvet Brussels Carpels; 15 roM-wood and walnut Chamber Suits. 13 spring and hair Mattresses, Bedding, Turkish Chairs Lounge?, Oriental Furn'ture, 57 fine Oil Paintings, Mirrors, Curtains, Bron/.es Vases, Clocks, <;lass. China, Sliver Ware, Cutlery, t.ibrarv, Dining Room Furniture. Ac. E. ROTH, Auctioneer N. B?Goods packed and delivered tor purchasers, city or country. Take Fourth avenue cars or stages or Third avenue cars to Twenty-fifth street. A"~UCnON SAEE?THIS (9ATURDAY) morning, commencing at lOJtf o'clock, at private residence, 1!#) West 23d street. $20,000 worth Household Furniture, namelyRich j rosewood Pianoforte, I'arlor Snlts, Carpets, Mirrors, Hodroom Suits. Bedsteads, Bureaus, Mattresses, Tables, Chairs, Turkish lounges, Extension Table, Bulfet. China and Silverware. Basement and servants' Furniture. LUKE FITZCJEKALD, Auctioneer. 4 RARE CHANCE.?THIS DAY, AT AUCTION. AT jn. privme rt'Hiirnw i1 i*.a?i ?an si., near nriaiiway. over 3Mi lot* ol elegant Hhum;hold Furniture, comprising every article Decenary lor housekeeping. HENRY ZINN, Auctloueer. Commencing at 11 o'clock. IMPORTANT SPECIAL HA LB of Valuable Trotting Horsey on FRIDAY MORNING, July 11,1873. at 11 o'clock, at liBRTNKSV Bazaar. Philadelphia, including the well known Horses:? Colonel Kti-sell, Greenwich Maid, Tom sayor*, Black Filly, Roan Mare. The property ol Mewre. Budd noble and W. D. Jnckman. who have determined to give lh?ir full attention to the Fashion Siud Kami. Trenton, N. J.. In breeding mare's raising colts and training hones. Full particulars in catalogues, and the stock may he seen previous to sale at Budd Dohle's stables, Penn square, Philadelphia. Sale peremptory. Ai.FRKI) M HERTNEHS, Auctioneer. JOSEPH 8BONGOOD A CO., AUCTION RE BS, WILL sell to-day, at 10 o'clock, at No. 34 West Forty fourth street, the entire Furniture of a whole floor, in loia to suit the public. Sale positive. TO BR SOLD AT PUBLIC "VliNurii, MONDAY, July 7, at S o'clock In the afternoon, at Newtown Creek Bridge, Hunter's Point, the. Lighter Manhattan, with everything appertaining; a first class lighter. MIAN OFFICES. AT *) NASSAU 8TRBET, BETWEEN FULTON ANI> John streeta, NEWMAN LEOPOLD continues the buying, selling or advancing on Diamou'ls, Waiche*. Jewelry, Pianos, Merchandise, Life Policies, for any amount. AT WOLF BROTHERS'. ,S<#> BROADWAY. BETWEEN Nineteenth and Twentieth streets? Monev loaned on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, -ilks ami particularly Pianos. Private parlor for ladle*. Business MricUy conMandal. A no SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY FOURTH tUO and Twenty-fifth streeta. ?Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks, Laces and Shawls, Haane bought at full value. L. BERNARD. OQZ RBOAU WAY, CORNER AMITY STREET? Oo?) Manny liberally ad vanned on Diamonds, Wa*rl?e?, .Ic.wirtry and Personal 1'roperty of all dencnptioaa. tlie mux- bought and aold. II <<KKiBtcM An (formerly M. Koaenberg). Ofl7 BBOADWAY, OVER HKKAM) BRANCH .wO I oflloe, room BParlor for ladies. Branch 1,207 Broadway Money loaned on Diamond*, Watches, Jewelry. Ac Ka/ne bought and aold. LINDo BROS. RtlROPE. _ GREOOB* A OO. 21*. 114 REGENT STREET, DONdoo. beg to draw the attention ol Hvoae Americans about to vinrt Englawd to their very larw stock of real Indian, PerMwn, TurXcy and Morocco Carpets; also to Ihelr EngllatyCarpeta in choice and exclusive design* ^ Gubbdain-? sue db da paix, parks. Aaaftrortal t^rcatn tor Shaving. Faahionabte Pertencry for the UamlkercMel. Kau de tor the Hair. Ban de Cologne (pr?P*""?" apec.Ule). BB~ QUF.KN'S IIOTEC NEAR TUB CRYHTAI Palace, Upper Norwood. Dondon.?To tourists am famllMH -It* elevated, pleas*i,tt and moat Mlubrtou. position, combined with the cootforta afforded and it Snerai management, have mndo the Queen's Hotel / vorite resort of the upper ranki v>f Engliah society. HOITKEN. RIMMM, rttr" ;VA\tki>. In tbia City and Brooklyn. WTASTRn-SHAhL OFFICE. IN NBKTtf BORHOOI ?" (ireene an<f Wooster streets. Address. . stating Itcalitjr asd rent D.. box M U*r*ia 0CM. % RK H IDAY, JULY 5, 1873. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS. CUtMIRD LINK. WOTICB. Wlth^the view of diminishing the rtiincm of eolllrion. ttio Ktmm?m ol' thl* line will henceforth take a apecifled curator nil ?eanons ol thi' ymr. On the Outward Paw-age troin Queenatown to New York or Beaton, croislng meridian ol' 40 at 43 lau, or nothing W> the north ol 43. (>n the Homeward Pannage, crowing the meridian ol SO at 42 lat, or nothing to the north of 42. C1UNARD LINK. J TI1K BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAl. MAIL STEAMSHIPS, between New York and Liverpool, callimr at Cork Flar bor. FROM NEW YORK. JAVA..Wednesday, July 2 PABTHIASaturfay,July 6 CUBA. Wedneaday, July 0 SAMARlA.tSaturday.July 12 SCOTIA. Wed'adav, July 18 ARYSSINIA.sa'day, July 19 ALOKRIA.We'day, July 23 HATAVLA.Saturday, July M RUSSLa.Wod'aday, July 30 CALABRI A.K'day, Auiruat'J and every following Wedneaday and Saturday from New steamers marked thus do not carry steerage paaaen**** RATES OP PA88AOB. Cabin, $80, $lao aiul $130, gold, according to accommodation Ticket* to Pari*, $15, gold, additional. Return Ticauta on favoruble tertua. 8tc.rai.M- |Ht currency Steerage Ticket* from Liverpool and Queenstown and > all part* of Europe at lowest rates. l'or freight and cabin pasaage apply at the company's ofll>*v No. 4 Rowling Oreen. For steerage paa-uigc at 111 Broadway, Trinity Buildlag. CHARLES O. KRANCKL.YN, Agent, or to I*. II. HU VBRNKT, Clark ami Randolph streeta, Chicago, ID. PAB8BMOBR8 PBR STEAMSHIP PARTH1A EMBARK from the Cunard whart. foot of tlraud street, Jersey City, at noon, ou Saturday, July 5, ib73. Oil ah. 0, PRaNCKLyN, No. 4 Bowling flreen. "Il/IUTE STAR LINK. W POR OUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, CARRYINtI THE UNITED STATES MAIL. New and t'ull-powered Meamsntps, sailing from New York ou Saturday a. trout Liverpool on VhursduyH, calling at Cork llarbor each way. BALTIC July ft. at 1250 P. M. CELTIC July 12, at 3 P. M. OCEANIC July lit, at I P. M. U AI-, UH July 2H. Bt:i I*. M. ?From the White Kur dock. Pavoula terry, J erne y City, i l'nsM n,'i r accommodations lor all classes unrivalled, combining safety, speed and comfort Saloous, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms in midship section, where least motion in telt. Surgeons aud siewuruess arcomp&iiy tiie steamer. Rates?Saloon, $10U, gold; steerage, $*!0 in currency. Those wlshin; to rend lor friends in the old Country can now obtain st-crage prepaid certificate*, $:tt, currency. Passengers booked to or (rum all parts of America, to PtrlK, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, inula, Australia, China, Ac. Drafts ironi ?1 upwards. For inspection of plans and other Information apply at the companv'* otliee, 19 Broadway, New York. Hills of lading issued to Continental porta. J. II. BPARK8, Agent T7H)? CARDIFF, BRISTOL. LONDON AND ALL OTHER J1 point* in England and Wales. The South Wales Atlantic steamship Company's new first class steamships will sail ironi Pennsylvania Kailroad wharf, Jersey City, as follows ? PKMJtRORE July 9 cabin anu steeruk passengers. First cabin $7ft iiiui (80, currency, Kccond cabin tftft, currency. Steerage $33, currency. Prepaid titeerago Certificates from Cardiff, $;*) curr?ncy. Drafts tor ?1 and upwards. For further particulars apply ARCHIBALD BAXTER A CO., Agents, 17 Broadway. New York. jy^ORKE AMERICAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. STEAM TO LONDON DIRECT, takillf passengers and goods to Bergen, Christian!* and the principal Norwegian ports. The splendid new powerful steamship IIAKALD HAARFAGRR, Captain bund, will leave her dock, liar beck Stores, nruoMyiii uu Tuesday, July 8. Price of passage. Currency. Currency. To IiOiiilou First Cabin, $05 Steerage, $.H> i To Bergen :in t Chrlstianla FirstOatiin, $80 Steerage. $3S The new steamship KONO SVKKRI4 will follow on the 23ti J ul.v For freight or passage apply to the general agents of Uie company- KlNCH, KOYK A OU.. T, South William Mlet ()NLY vaster ura to prance. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMSHIP* BETWEEN NhW YORK AN'li HAVRE, CALL! Mi AT BRKST. The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Continent will rail lroin pier No. 60 North River, us fol. 1 StTlAI'KENT, Fotixsan Haturdav, Jnly 12 1 V1LLE !)K PaRIS, Gary Saturday. July 'M ! VIL.LE I?L' HAVRE, burniont Saturday, Aim u-it 9 PERBIUE, lJanru Saturday, August ?i PRICE OK PASSAGE IN (JOLD (Including wine) TO BRKST OR HAVRE. First eaniii, SIL'S; second eahiti, $7.ri Excursion tickets at reduced rates. These steamers do not carr> steerage passengers. American travellers guing t.> or returning irom the ' Continent ol Kurope, I>v taking this line, avoid both | transit by t- nglmh railway and the discoiniorts of crossing the Channel, besides i-aving time, trouble and expense. l>Ii<>R(jf' MACKKNZlfc, Agent. .18 Broadway. Ntrrc- Railroad tickets between Paris and Vienna at reduced rates. "VJ"AriONAL I.INK OK STI AMKRS. i.1 Weekly to yuecuHtown and Liverpool: lortnigbily to London direct. TO QUEEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL, from piers+ and 47 North River. FRANCE, Thompson Saturday, Julv 8. at 12 *. OKI.HO.. Thomas Saturday. July 12. at 3 1*. M. BOYPT, Orugan Saturday, July If, at 1 P. M. CANADA, Webster Saturday. J:tly 26, al HP. M. SI'AIN. Urace Saturday, Aug. Z, at II A. M. THESE BTEAMoHIPS AliK THE LARGEST IN THE TRADE. For London direct, HOLLAND, CnpL Brau'g Thursday. July 17, at 10^ A. M. Cabin passaue-$HU, $lMiiiid turn, currency. Return Tickets at reduced rates. Steerage $29, currency. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol or London AT THE LOWEST RAPES. For further Information apply at the Company's office, J 69 Broadway. r. W. J. HURST, Manager. ' TNMAN LINK. ] 1 For Queen'town and Liverpool. Rovul Mail steamers ' arc appointed to nail as follows ' crtV Ol* LIMKKU K Thursday, July .1, 1 P. M. ! CiTV Of PARIS ...Saturday. July 5,1 P. M. ' CiTV OK WASHINGTON......Thursday. July 1"t 2 P. M. C'.TY OF l.ONDoN Saturday. July 12,7 A. M. , I CTY OF NKW > ORK Thursday. Julv 17, 11 A. M. ' ! CiTY OF CHESTER Saturday. July 19 1 P. M. ! and each succeeding stlturdav ami Thnrsday, from pier 45 North River. raTES OF i'ASSAQB. i atiin_$7oi $8t) and $90, (fold, according to accomtno | ditton. Round trip ticket* at low rates. ! Steerage?To Liverpool, Quecnstown. (llnsgow. I^onI dnndcrry, l.mi Ion, Bristol or Cardiff, $.*). Prepaid certitic?tes, $.'? currency. Passengers also torwarded to llnvre, Hamburg. Sweden, Norway. Denmark and Pari*, at reuueed ratei. Drafts Issued at lowest rates. For Cabin passage and general business apply at the J Coir.pan.y's office, No. 15 Broadway. For Steerage passage. at S3 Broadway. JoHN O. DALE, Agent, or to o'DONNELL A FAULK, 402 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. M. H. CRKAQH, KB State street, Boston. I F. C BROWN, va South Clark, corner Lake street, Chili ILLIAM INMAN, Liverpool, and No. 9 Rue Scribe, PirK i NCHOR LINK. J\. Steamers sail irom pier 20 North River, New York, EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. ANOLIA Sat, July 5 OLYMPIA ?Wed., July 23 TKINACRIA Wed., July 9 AUSTRALIA. . .Sat, July 26 CALIFORNIA Sat, Julv 12 COLUMBIA.. .Wed., July *) 1 CALEDONIA. Wed.. JulV 18 VICTORIA Sat. Aug. 2 j INDIA Sat . Julv 1!) ASSYRIA Wed.. Aug.tt . The passenger UtMMMIolll on steamers ol this line I ?rc unsurpassed lor elegance and romlort Cabin state- I | rooms are all on upper deck, thus securing good light and ventilation. ' RATES OF PAHSAUE TO GLA8UOW. LIVERPOOL OR LONDONDERRY. Saturday steamers Wednesday steamers. Hold. Currency. I Cabins $7j and $65 $75 and $65 CaMn return ticket* socurina liest at commutations $I'K) $130 SI ERR AUK, $30 CURRENCY. Tlckcts tor pnsmcc to or troin any seaport or railway station in Ureat Britain, Ireland or the Contiuent latued I at the lowest ratos. DRAFTS FOK A VY AMOUNT AT CURRENT RATES. 1 Company's offices, No. 7 Bowling (Ireen, New York. IlKNDKKsoN BROS., Afentt^_ TTIttTBD STATES MAIL LINE.?STEAM TO QUEENSL town and Liverpool, sailing everv Wednesday. IDAHO, Captain Guard July 9, at3 P. M. MINNESOTA, July Id, at 10 JO A. M. Irom pier 46 North River. Cabin Passage, $-'n. gold . Steerage. $30. currency. Prennlri fti'k?tn t-T? nurrnlw-v rajwnffer* bonked io and from Paris Hamburg, Norway. Sweden, Ac. Draft* on Ireland, England. France and liarwauy at lowest rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A ul ION, 29 Broadway. opkcial not;ci;._thk spi,undid stkamshtp k? IDAHO sailing on Wednesday, July 9, will enrrr a li.nited number ol Second Cabin passengers at $iW gold, each. Known in midsection. Apply to WILLlAMH A t.riuN, II Broadway. NOKTH (IKHXAN LLOYD S TK A M SI! IP COMPANY.Kor Southampton and Bremen.?The steamship 1 MUKMKN, Captain H. Schuienburg, will nail on Wednendav, July 9, at 2 P. M., Ironi Bremen pier, loot of Third street, Hoboken, to be loilnwed bv steamship MAIN, CaptaiD K. V. Oterendorp. on Satunfay. July 12. KATKS OP PAHhAOK To LONDON, HAVRE AND BRKMKN payable In gold, or it* equivalent in currency. First Cabin " 77. $t? Second Cabin 7* Sleerage SU For freight or passage apply to ORLKiOUB A CO., Agents. No I Bowling (Ireen. _ THK HAMBITRO-AMKKICAN PAC'KKT COMPANY'S iron mail steamship nOI^ATIA. Captain A. Barcnda, will aali on Tlmrwlay. July 10, at 2 P. M., for Hamburg, taking passengers from New Tork to Plymouth, London, v-neroouig ai>u HaniDaxi: Flrat cabin, $l2o. Second cabin, $71 Kteerajrc, WO. payable Id United 8tate? sold. KUWHABUr A On., ' c. B. RICHARD A BOAS, (Jeneral Aseas, Uoneral I'aiwenRflr Amenta, 01 Rrootl hi roc t. Hew York. 61 Broadway, New York. The 8ILK8IA will nail JulY 17. (1RKAT WK8TKRN RTKAM8I1IP LINK. J New York t? Bristol tKnuland) direct The Steamer* ol this line nail irom pier Ifl. Raat River as follow* ? ARRAtlON, Weatern, Wednesday, July 9. IiAF'IjANO, J oner Wednesday, .1 my I* Cabin pa?tiaire, <7t?; Kxeurxioii ticket*, $120. Intermediate, $?9: 8f<'cr.?ffr, $.10 farilei wishing to send lor their friends can obtain prepaid rcrtiHraten. Drafts (or ?1 and upwnrd. ipplr to N?a ActuU, 79 Soath afreet. " fi, K. KOBOAM'S soua, V li A T VROPKAN 8TKAMSHIP8. OTATE LINK. O HEW YORK TO 0LA800W, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. These elegant new Clyde-built steamers will nail from State lino pier, button terry, Brooklyn, N. Y., as follows:? alabama Wednesday, July 9 PENNSYLVANIA Wednesday. July 23 VlUctlNIA Wednesday, August 8 GEORGIA Wednesday, August ? and every alternate Wednesday thereafter, taking passengers ut through rates tn nil parts of Great Britain and Ireland, Norway, .Sweden. Denmark and Germany. Drafts (or ?1 and upwards. For freight or passage apply to AITSTIN BALDWIN A CO., Agents, No. 72 Broadway. Steerage pas-age OflMi No. 45 Broadwav. rIOOK'S EXCURSION TICKETS ) to all parts ot Ireland, Scotland. England, France, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Egypt, Palestine, Ac., Ac., are "Old at reductions ranging trout 10 to 45 per cent below ordinary faro*. They are available by any line of steamers leaving America and can be used from any European port They are issued to single travellers and do not require their holders to travel In large parties. look's sixth personally conducted party from New York leaves pur steamer Samaria, Jui> 12. Cook's personally conducted Tour Kouud the World will leave San Francisco Oc to tier 15 next. Cook's Hotel Coupons, available at over 300 first class hotels Niroughout the world, at uniform and fixed prices. Full particulars as to route, expenses, Ac., for upward of J.UWl tours, in "Cook's Excursionist," published monthly. COOK, SON A JENKINS, m Broadway, N. Y., and Fleet street, London, Gaze s tourist tickets?for Vienna and all part* of Europe and the Fast, from yueensfown, Liverpool, Glasgow and London, bjc short sea routes. Special | artles tor Egypt, Palestine and Asia Minor. HAZE'S Motel Coupons, for first class European and Euslent Hotels, at fixed rates. Full Information lu GAZE'S TOURIST GAZETTE ; by mall, 10 cents. HENRY GAZE A HON, No. 6 Bowling Green. N. Y. OOAHTWIMK HTKAMSHIP8. PACIFIC MAll. STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINE TO CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA, via Punama, carrying mails, passengers and , Juyunwall, Panama, Mania Martha, Urevtown and Pacific Coast of Mexico, Ceutral America, P<>ru an J Chile. July 10?Steamer OCEAN Ol'KKN, Captain 8eabnry, will leave pier No. 12 Nor li River, at 12 o'clock noou lor Asplnwall direct, connecting at Panama with the itiamar Nevada, Captain . leaving runama about itttli inat. for San I rancixco, and calling at Aeamileo, Manzanillo, Maz.ntlun. also connecting lor all Central American auil South I'acitlc port*. Departures of ?>th each month from New York connect with Ilia company's steamer touching at San Benito, Tonaiu, Saliua crux and i'ort Angel. The splendid steamship COSTA HlCA will leave San Fruuclsco on or about July 24 for Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. One of the eoui|iui y 's splendid steamers will leave San rranoiacn July is, Iwl, for Japan ami China. For rim of passage, tfeighi and all further information apply at company's olllcc on the pier, loot ot Canal street. <1 kO. H. HRAI>Bl>RY, President. H. J. IIum.ay, Superintendent. OAMANA. O For 1'uerta Plata, Saniana and San Domingo City. The United states mall steamship TYHEE, Captain Delanoy, will loare pier 6 North River on Thursday, Julv S, at Sr. M. Hill- it exchange on Pucrta Plata, Samana and Han Dotulngo City, in sums to suit purchasers, for sale. Kor freight or passage apply to SPOKr Olli), UROTIIhits A CO.. 2U Broadway. NEW YORK AND BERMUDA STEAMSHIP LINE Kor Hamilton and St fleorge, Bermuda, carding the United States Mall. The steamer ALBEMARLE, Stark, Master, will he despatched for the above ports from nler S7 North ltlvor, on Thursday, July 10, at 12 o'clock M. Kor freight or passage, having elegant accommodations. YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINK. These first clans steamships will unit every Tneaday, at 3 P. M.. from pier IS North River (lout of liudar trvut), for Havana direct, as follows:? COLUMBIA Inly 8 WILMINGTON .luty 16 MORRO CASTLE luly 22 Supplementary mail on pier at a quarter to throe 1*. M. on day of Hailing. ? For freight and Damage (having magnificent accommodations* upnlv to WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.. No. 6 Bowliug Green. I). MoKELLAR. Agent in Havana. Direct liXb to iiavana, I'rogreso and Vara Crn*. New York And Mexican Mail Steamship lino, leaving piur No. 3 North River, at 3 I'. M., EVERY THURSDAY. < ITY OF IIAVANA 'Havana and Nassau) July 10 CITY OF MERIDA (Havana only).. Inly 17 CUBA (Havana and Mexico) Julv 24 CITY OF HAVANA (Havana only) luly 31 Kor freight or paxxatte apply to F. ALEXANDRE A SONS, 33 Kroadwuy. TEXAS LINE.?FOR G A LV ESTON, TORCHING AT Key West, carrying the I'nitcd States Muil.?steamer (1. W. CLYDK, Captuin Cole, will leave pier 20 East River, Saturday, July ft, at 3 1". M Through bills ofUding given to Houston and all point* on the Galveston. Hoitston and Henderson and It. H. and C. K. R. No charge 'or forwarding in New York. Kor freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to C. H MALLORY * CO.. I A3 Maiden lane, or W. P. CLYDK, 119 Wall iitrcet. J^OR NIOW ORLEANS DIRECT. Southern Line. The steamer CITY OF GALVESTON, Captain Rowland, will leave pier 21) East River, Wednesday, July I, at 4 P. M. Freight received daily. Through rates given to Galveston, Indianola. Rock port or Aranzas Wliari, Brazos. SautiHKonnd St. Ix>uia. Caliin passage. $M; *teeraire, $2.*> For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to C. H. MALLORY A CO., 163 Maiden lane. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE. The steamship SHERMAN, from plerSfi North River (foot ot North Moore street), on Saturiiay. July ft. at 3 o'clock 1* M. hreiirht received dally. Through rates given to St. Louis, Vickshurg, Mobile, Galveston und lndiunoia. For treiuht or passage, having superior accomodations, apply to FREDERIC HaKER, pier 36 North River. JjlOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. 1 The Cromwell Steamship Line. The steamship NEW ORLEANS, ('upturn E. V. Gager, will leave pier No. 9 North River on Saturiiay, July 12, 1873, at 3 P. M. Freight received dally. Through rates given to Galveston, IndianoU, Ro'kfort or Arauius wharf, Brazos, Santiago and St Louis. Cabin passage, steerage, $&">. For freight or passage apply to CLARK A SEAMAN. 80 West street. I/OR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOID.? f The Old Dominion Steamship Company wi'l despatch from pier 37 North River their elegant sincwliccl steam ship OLI) DOMINION. Captain Walker, for Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Saturday, JlD at 3 i'. M. giving through hills of lading to all points South and Southwest. Ihrongh pas-enger tickets issued to all points. Accommodations unequalled. Apply nt pier 3/ or at the general office, 187 Greenwich street, corner of Dev. TEATO.TJnM' QP1W. ALBANY AND TROY $i\ SARATOGA M 00 BT DAY lint* boats C. VIBBARD and DANIEL DKKW ? I?avc Vestry street pier at 8 :S0 A. M., and Tw<nty-third ; troel. north of Erie ferry, at M :4.\ landing at Yonkerx, Tarrvtown am) Nyack (by ferryboati, Milton, Pough- ' keepsie, Ithinebeck, Tivolt. OaUkill and IIuiImoii. Connecting 'or all points West and North. Trip tickets to Wert Point, Corn wall and Newburg, returning same day, $1. Tickets by special cars and baggage checked to Saratoga and Aharon. AFTERNOON HdAT FOB NBWBOBO, POCGHkeepsie. Rondout and Kingston, landing at Cow.ens', West Point, Cornwall, New Hamburg anil Milton.? The MARY PoWKLL trotn Vestry street, pier :t9, every afternoon, atSulU o'clock. ilATSKILL DAILY LINK, FROM PIER 36 FRANKLIN / street.?The floating palace NEW CHAMPION leaves onday. Wednesday and Irlday, at 6 I". M . lor Catskill Creek. Palace steamer ANDRKW IIA KDKR leaves opposite day*. ft P. M , lor Catsklll Point. CCITIZEN'S LINK KOR TROY?PASSAGE $1 SO.-THE 1 J elegant steamboats HUNNTSIDE and POWELL j leave pier 49 North River, toot of Leroy street, dailv \ (Saturdays excepted), atti o'clock P M., connectinK with morning trans on Rensselaer and Saratoga, New York Central an<l Trov and Boston railroads for all points North. East and West. The molt direct route to Saratoga, Lake George and Montreal Through tickets sotd ; and baggage checked to destination. JOSEPH CORNELL, superintendent J.ULL RIVER LINK TO BOSTON, 1 via Newport and fall River. The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL and PROVI- | DENCE leave pier tx North River, lootof Murray street, | daily (hundayi included) at ft P. M. Hall's Band Is engaged lor the season. A. P. BACON, Superintendent. Foil NORWALK AM) DANBl'RY.-TTIE NEW I steamer AMKKICL'H leaves daily Toot of Market street at 3:1ft and Thirty-third street at 3:30 P.M., connecting with Danliury Railroad. NEW ROt'TE TO BALTIMORE. WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. OPENINQ OP TUB "PBNNtfYLVANTA AIR LINE." On and after Sunday. June 19, this new and improved line to Baltimore, Washington and all potuu In tlie Mouth, will be opened for travel. Trains leave loot of De*broe?e? and Cortlaodt utroets as follow* Day express?8 JIO A. M. (daily, except Sunday), with new Pullman Parlor Car* to Washington, arnvu* at Baltimore 4 M P. Washington 5-46 P. M., connecting for all points South. Night expro**??30 V. M. (dally), with Dew Pullman Palace Sleeping Car* to. Washington, arrive* at Baltimore 4 35 A. M., Washington 6 A. M., making cloaa coo ueutioii* for all point* South. Por tull Intormatlon, through ticket*. sleeping and parlor car ucket* and t>aggngc check* apply at the following office* of the Pennsylvania Itallroad * otnpany No .*>28 Broadway, Mo. '>44 Broadway, No. 1 Aotor House, No. 271 Brr ad way, No. 415 Broadway, No. M Battery place. Depot foot of Desbrome* street. Depot foot of Cortlandt street. A*k lor tickets via "Pennsylvania Air line." A. J. OA88ATT, D. M. BOYD, Jr., (teneral Manager. General Passenger Age ok NKW JKRHKY SOUTHRON RAILROAD LINK. LONQ IRANCH RAORfl. In addition to the regular train of this line leaving pter as North River (foot Murray street), for I-ong Branch and the Race < ourse at 6.46, i :40 A. M.. I 40. 4 and 5 14 P an extra boat (or tti<- racM will be run .laly 4, x, 9.10, U. lft, id, 17 and 19, leaving pier M North River at 10-iO A. M., arriving at l.ont Branch 11 Si l>. M., Monmouth Park 12 :45 P M . and returning immedistelv alter the races are over, arrivlnv la New Tor* Hlioat i> :30 P. *. Reduced lure. Adraiadon to this race coursa trctv M. W. HKRAT, Superintendent Job* T. g?4ja, Uencral Kreigfci aud Paseearar Acaul f jjy. PRICE FOUR CENTS. TRAVELLBHS1 UI>1DE. Notice. Oi> unrt after Snmlav, May 4, 1873, the Hurtem boats willI commence trivkr Kuniia.V tripB or the sciimhi. landing at Eleventh strict, Astoria and ITarlem BrK.ge First boat leaves Heck blii> at ID o'clock anil hourlv thereafter. Fare IS cent*. N K ?Tliiu i. with bunts for llighhriage ami KllllfStiridge. J. P. TALLM AN, Superintendent Notice.?captain j h mavis respectfully announces to ilit- pnl,Li- ilmt the -tPiiiiKT Nurwnlk will take the place ol the Nelly White ou SunJay. July 6, on the Key port route. PENNSYLVANIA RAlLKO\l>. Trains leavo New York, from foot o? lirsbrogscs and Cortlanilt streets, a.? follows-.? Express for llarri*bur?', Pittsburg, the West and Month, with l'ullman Palace furs attached, .( a. m ft 7 anil 8:3u P. M. Sunday ft. 7, 8:30 V M. For Baltimore, Washington iiud the South, v|n "Pennsylvania Air Line," at 8-.S0 A. M. and H:2ll p. M *uu day 8:20 P. M., via P., W. and i?. K. K., at 9 A. M , 12 :10 and it P. M. Sunday 9 p. M. Express for Philadelphia 3&), 8:8fl. 9, 330 A. M. 12 SO, < ^ 7, 8 JO and 0 P. M. Sunday 3:3C, 6 :10, 7, 8 30 and 9 P. Tor Philadelphia, via Kensington, at 7 A. M. andfliluP. M. Sunday 6:10 P. M. Emigrant and sccoud class, 7 OS P. M. For Nuwark at.VSO, 6, 6:30, 7, 7*0, 8:10, 9, 10, II A. M , K, L 2, 2:30, 3,3:30, 4 :10, 4 :30, 5:10, 5:20, ft :4U li, f, '0,7, 7 :30, 8, 9. 10, 11:30 P. M? and 12 night. Sunday, 3:30, ft :20, 6 lo. For9 Elizabeth, 3 JO. 6, 6:30. 7, 7:49, 8:10, 9, 10, 11, A. M., 12 M . 12 1, 2, 2 :M), 3, 3:3ft, 4:10. 4:30. ft :I10, ft :4ll, il, 6 :;tll, 7:30, 8,10,11 uiO P. M., and 12 night eunday, 3:30, ft:J0, 6:10 and 8 P. M. Kor Kali wav, 3,30, 6, 6 :30. 7. 8:K), 9 .30, 10 A M.. 12 noon, 1, 2, 2:30, 3,3:30, 4 :10, :3H, 6:20, ft :40, ii, C, :!0, 0 -.30, 7:30. *, 10 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, ft:*) and 6-.10 P. M. For Woodbridgo and Perth Amboy, 6 and 10 A. M., 2 JO, 3:30, 4 :30 and (i P. M. For New Brunswick, 3:30, 7 A, M., 12 .Vf., 1, 2 3, 1:10, 5:20, 6:10^9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, 3:30, 6:10 and 9 For East MilUtone, 7 A. M? 12 M , 4:10 and S :20 P. M. For Lainbertviilo and Fleniingiun, 9 A. M. and 2 P. if. For 1'hilllpsburg and Belvidere, 2 and 4 P. M. Accommodation for Hordentown. Burlington and Cum den, 7 and 9:30 A. M? 12 30, 2, 3, ft and 7 P. M. For Freehold, 7 and 8 A. M., 2 and 4 P. M. Foi Janiesburg, Pemberton Aid Camden, 6 A. M., and via boat from pier No. 1, 3:49 P. M. Trains arrive as followsFrom Plttaburg, 6 :6'J. 10:25 A.M., U:36 1*. M., daily ; 8:22, 10:16 A. M.. and 3 :5ft P. M? daily, except Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, t>:50 A. M. and 4 P. M.. via "Pennsylvania Air Line," Sunday, 6:50 and 6:40 A. M., 4 :38 and 10:13 P. M., vial'., W. and B. K. H. Sunday, ?:4t) A. M. From Philadelphia. S :22, 6:40, 6:90, 10:16, 10:25, 11 :2U, 11 :36 A. M., 2:15, 3:58, 4:3ft, 6:06,7:26,8:44, 10:13 P.M. Sunday, 6:22, 6:40, 6 M, 11:20 A. M., 3:66.10:13 P. M. Ticket offices, 52?, 436. 271 anil 944 Broadway; No. 1 A-tor House, and foot ot Desbrosaes aud Cortlandt street* Emigrant tickel office. No. 8 Battery ulace. A. J. CA8HATT, l>. M. BOYD, Jr., Oeneral Manager. Ucneral Passenger Agent IJONDOUT AND KINGSTON, LANDING AT C'OZZKN.H, JV Cornwall, Newburg, Mar.borough. Pou.hlieepsieand Ksupus ~l lie steamboat* THOMAS CORNiiLLand .1 AMKs N. BALDWIN leave llarrtouii street, pier 34 North Kivcr, daily at 4 o'clock. P. M. RKGULAR SUNDAY BOAT POR KKYPORT AND nil the Intermediate landing.".?The steamer NELLY WH1TK, Captain J. R Davis, will leave Barclay street, Nortu River. at 9 o'clock every suuday morning; leave Royport at 4 p. M. to return. Regular hunday mornino boat kor nrwburg, landing at Yonkers, West Point, Cold Spring, Cornwall, lona Islund.?The t.ivorlte steamer JESSE HO* T, Captain .James Sherman, leaves Kultnn ferry, Brooklyn, n A. M.; Christopher street. North River, 8:3oTwenty-fourth street, North River. 9 A. M. Pare tor tb? excursion, $1. SUNDAY BOAT KOR GLKN COVE AND ROSLYN.? Landing at College Point, Great Neck, City island, Band's Point and Glenwood. steamer SEAWANHAKA will leave pier No. Z4, East River (Peck Slip), every Sunday, at 9 o'clock A. M.: Klglith street at 9H)fi and Thirty^lUril strec. at 9:13. Returning to the city about 6 o'clock SARATOGA?DIRECT ROUTE, PARK fl 76THROUGH, O via Citizens' line; elegant steamboats daily, Saturdays excepted, at 6 P. M. from pier No. 49 North Kivcr, tootoi Leroy street, arriving at Saratoga at 9 A. M. _ KXCintSIONS. ' \ (1 RAND OCKAN EXCUKSION TO THE PISHING jY Hanks, giving a tine \iew ot the harbor aud lortiflcaiions.?The new. last and elegant *aloon steamer TWILIGHT will make daily excursions, Saturdays excepted. Leave Eighth street, East Rive,sat 7 o'clock; Peck slip, 7 '.SO; Twentv-tlilid street, Nortli River, 8; Christopher street, 8:30, and pier No. 5, 9. Dinner, refreshments, bait and line on board. Tickets, $1; ladies, Mic flood music. Will make an extra trip as above on Saturday, July 5, giving all a chance to witness the race between tile celebrated yachts Mela and Vision, 20 miles to windward and back from Sandy Hook point. A?SUNDAY EXCURSIOH TO ASTORIA, IIARLEM, Morrisauia and High Bndge.?Steamers Harlem, mm I mama aim ?aiiaiii> ica?c i unuii imaui nii|> uuurir rom 9:30 A. M. till 8 P. M. Leave MorrUsnis every hour IroinOJOA. M. till 7 P. M. Landing at South Sixth street, Williamsburg, Eighth mreet iiinl 119th street each way. Kate IS cents. steamer Culiin connect* with every Doal lor High Bridge. C. II. l.ONGSTREET, Supt. \HOY?KOR ROCKAWAY BEACH BVEKY tfUNIJAY.? steamer AMEItlCUS, in place of Nolly Mhite, | leaves Peck aliti. East River, 8:30 A. M., 1 :lfi I'. M. , Chris timber street, North Kivcr. 9 A M.. 1 40 P. M.; pier No. E North River. 9:12 A. 11., 2 P. M.; Martins dock. Brook lyn. 9-JO A. M , 1 P. M. Returning, leaves the Reach at 11 A. M. ano 8 P. M. TflAHT RIVER ROUTE TO CONEY ISLAND ?STEAMER J2J MONITOR Iravm daily Eighth street, Bast River, at 9 JO A. M., 12:20 and 3 P. M.; Peck slip at 9; MA. SI., 12:80 atnl 3:S0 P. M.; Kulton terry, Martin's Pier, Brooklyn, 10 A. M., 1 and 4 P. M. FMHHKRMAN USE FORSTKR'H PATKNT GIMP (JUT lor Weak Pishing. Principal Of pot, :fl Delancey street. New Vork. Fort lee, pleasant valley and shady hide steamers leave dally (rom Spring street, ut 10 A. M., 2. A:lo and 7 P. M., landing at Twenty-third st. ten minutes later. Sunday time irom Spring ut, 9:30,10, 11 A. M.; 1. 2 and 2:30 P. M., landing at Twenty-third ut. Kare 15 cent*. FISHING HANKS.?THE FAST AND SKAOOlNTl steamer yacht Intime will go to th<' Lower Sen Hum Rock July 4 and 8. Leaves Eighth street. h. R., at 6 JO A M., and Peck Slip, 7. Chrlstoper street N. K., at 7:30, pier 6, H. Lines, Raits and Kclresinnents o:i hoard. CAl'T JACK SIMMONS, (governor's island Open to vi-itors.-tiib T new and elegimt Steuin Yacht GOVERNOR'S ISLAND leaves Custom House >i|er every hour daily (Mindays included) lor Governor's Island. "Music by the Band til the aternnon followed liv dres-i parade. JJARLKM STEAMBOAT NOTICE. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT Commencing May 12, 1873. Harlem boats leave Peck slip ipter 21 East Riven for Harluni every half hour, Irom !>i*J A. M. utml 7 P. M.. ex; ceptiug II A. II., 12 JO and 2 P, M., landing at Eleveuth, I Eighty-iourth, Astoria, lJ9th and laitii streets. N. M?See I time tatiie where bnats land. This 1-4 the onlv line con1 tieeting with regular boats for High Bridge and KingsI bridge. J. K. TALL MAN. Superintendent. Regular coney island boat-daily excu? xioii.M to tin* Seashore. Steamer OENKKAL SKDOI \nrk' 1<.ft vnu i iiriMf/.tili..r alP.lul S. I* alOIK i Sf 3:15 P. M. : Franklin street at l> :20, 12:2i>, 330; Pier No'. 5, N. k., at12 \*o. a:m. Regular early boat for fishing bankb.. Steamer CIIARLEH CHAMBERLAIN every <luy (Saturdays excepted) leaves Market street, Eust River, 0 30 A. M. ; Eighth Htri et, East River, 8:45 A. M.; Pee* slip. East Klver, 7:16 a. M.; Christopher street. North ; Hirer. 7 <5 A. M. ; piur No. 5, .Narth River, H o'clock A M. Fare $1 Rait, hues unit retre-hmeats on bonrJ. Anderson Oolwell, pilot on Saturday, July 5, an extra excursion to KUIung Hunk* ut regular dally time. CTEAMERS. BARGES AND (TROVES TOCHARTB O For excursions, at lowest rates; V alter'* Uro Iuiia Island and other Groves. BLOOMER A CO.. 24.1 Front street The "new Jersey" souther , railroad cc liunv call nttentloii to their extraordinary tarilit tor the accommodation ol kxctirsimi Parties ilie com I season. Willi their steamers PLYMOUTH ROCK, LO, BRANCH and JES8K HoVT and their elegant new I enmion House and twentv acre* ot adjoining land at Lo Branch, they are prepared to make engagements wi churches, schools, societies, Ac., frr large orsniall partl< at low ratea. Send lor circular. JOHN F. COLE, O. F. and P. A, Long Branch. N J Fl'R VI ft l: A LARUE ASSORTMENT OK CARPETS, FURN ture and Bedding. at lowest casn prices, by weekl instalment*, at o'r'ARRELL'S warehouse 410 Eight avenue. Itctween Thirtieth and l lii ty-ttrst streets. At a raoripiob?kntima houuhold nn Diture, two elegant Pianofortes Bronzes, Paintlngi Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets, Ac Ac.; family leavin city, t all at private residence 21* W?*t Twenty first st. A M AGNIFICENT ^A UN BROCATEL P A RLOl Suit, nearly new : coat %."M. for $200 one do., $175 brocatel and rep Salts, fAj, $50 and $15; Plati?iorte. Paint lags, rosewood and walnut Chamber Sult-s, Mattresses Bedding, Carpets, Buffets, Extension Tables, less thai half cost. Residence lot hast Twenty-tilth street, between Fourth and Lexington avetues. A PRIVATE FAMILY, NOT WISHING To HAVE A public auction, will dispose oi at private sale Pianoforte, Parlor, Drawing Room and Library suit#. Book cum, Carpet*. Centre Tabic*, Huifet, Extension Table, Chair*, Ac. ( all iinmciliaielv at 1%) Went Twnnty-Uitrii treet. In lot* to suit purchaser*. AMAONIPICKNT A?8i iltTM ENT Hol;sKHul.i? Furniture for sale at a unci nice; property family tearing city; drawing room r>uits, covered brocade, co?t $?*>, lor |20u; do. S129, do. ??; Pianoiorte. coat $1,100. for *275; parlor, chamber, dining Furniture. M Went 15th *t. ni'ar Sth CARPETS AND FURNITURE AT THE LOWRHTCAUH price*; weekly or monthly payment* taken. DEALY A CUNN1NUIIAM, 384 and 386 Third aTenue. near Twenty-eighth atreet WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR FPRNIture. Carpet* and Bedding, at B M. COWPBB, TH W AIT k CO.'k 140 ami IN Chatham street. An 1m menae stock and low prices. ZERO RKFRIUKKATOUS, WATKK UUUl.r,nr, BAUtoga an<l Newport Cooler*, lea Cream frMMfi, MarIiary Room Cooler*; tend for book; refrigerator* repaired. ALKXANDKB M. LKSKLIT. M Waal Twentythlrd itreet 1m?jliarp? A I ?STANDABU AMKKICAN BKYBL TABl.KH AND Al. the Phelan A Collender Combination Coatiicna for (ale onlj by the patentee,It W. COULfcNDKR,locceaaor to Phelan A Collender. T3N Broadway, New York. A l.-FINE ASSORTMENT OF HKW AND SECOND iV hand BlIHard Tables; all article* appertaining to the trade at low iirl^en. <1K<>. K. IMIF.LAN. No. 7 Barclay itreet W H WRIKFIT1I A CO., FRENCH Bl.VKI, BUTT . Hard Tatdea, with Dnlnnev's patent Hieel Wire Cunlilon*. pronounced by the ? hump.on oi the World bc?t in in*! purcha?er< invited to examine before t>uyin? cliewher?j second band tablet at low prieea Warerooms f Tm) ktre?t.