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WHOLE NO. 13.488. BOtSCTOKT FOR ADTKKTMGftS. AMUKEMKNT8? tiacono Paob?Tblrd and fourth coJAKTHOl'oOY??*TH Pack?Sixth column. BILL.IAKDB?S?to?D Paci?Third column BOARUEBH WANTBD?Skconn Hicic? Serund column. BOARD AND LODGING WANTKU?Sbcono mconi] column BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Second Pau??Ftrrt column. ? _ ji BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Setenth Pabe?Third colUIDQ. BUSINKSS NOTICES?Firm Pack?Fifth column. CITY REAL ESTATE KOR SALE?Seconu Pack?First column. GLERCS AND SALESMEN?Ketknth Page?Second column. coachmen and oakdeners?Swtentb Pack?Second column. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Se>*nth PAUS-Flftta colgtna. COUNTRY BOARD?Second Pagb? Second and Uiird columns. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED?Fust Page?Foortli column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Setentb Pass?Fourth and flttto columuH. VVTVAPff Piaaa. P.o. QI?*K BYB8 AND BARS?First Page?ihird column. KXCUR810N8?Seventh Page?Sixth column. finak " v "??th Page?Fourth and fltlh column*. FOR sal>i. -Pi u "auk?Sixth column. FURNISHED RUwMS . I' a. -ilTMENTS TO LET? Fimt Paut?Pourin column. FURNITURE?Sevknth Pagk?Sixth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Seventh page-Third column. HRL.P WANTED?FEMALES?Seventh Pack? Fir?t and Mcond columns. HELP WANTED?MALES?Seventh Pagr?Second and third column*. HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC ?First Page?Second and third columns. HOTELS?Second Page?Second colnmn. HOUSES, ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Seventh Pagk?Third column. INSTRUCTION?First Page?Sixth colnmn. JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BERUKN REAL ESTATE FOR 8ALE-6econd PaukFlrst column. LOiX OFFICES?First Pa on?Third column. LOST AND FOI'ND?First Pagb? first column. MARBLE MANTELS?Seventh Page?Third column. VRD1CAL?Seventh Page?Sixth column. JflfiCELLANEOI'S ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth Paue Sixth column. XISCEUjANEO US?Second Page?Third column. muhtcal?HKCONn PAni?Thtrrl colnmn. M&W PUBLICATIONS?Fifth Pace?Fifth and sixth colPERSONAL?First Page?First column. PIANOFORTES. ORGANS, AC.?Second Pace?Thir columns. POST OFFICE NOTICE?Kibst Page?Sixth column. PROPOSALS?Pibst Pare?Sixth column. PBOPERTYOl'T OK THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RUNT?Second Pagf?First column. BEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANOE-Second pace-First column. REAL B8TATE WANTED?Second Pace?First column. RELIGIOUS NOTICES?First Page?Mxth column. REWARDS?Fiest Pack?First and second columns. BALES AT AUCTION?Fikst Paok?Fittl) column. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Seventh Pace? Fir* column. _ SITUATION WANTED?MALES?Setentb PAOK-Becond ' column. SPRCIAii NOTICES?First Pace?Sccond column. POSTING?DOCS, BIRDS, AC.?First PAus-Second 8UMMER1RB80RT8?8econd Paok?Third column. THE TRADES?Seventh Pack?Third column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?First Page? Fourth column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Seventh Pace?Firth and sixth ?ol?rnn?.__ unruwiiHUfiU KUDUS AND A1*A It'l'M K.NTS XU LOT?First Page?Pourth and fltth columns. WBfTOHBHTEB COUNTY PROPERTY KOR SALE OR to let?StroND Page?First column. TAOtfTR, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Fikst Paqe?Third coluut HERALD~SBANCB OFFICE-UPTOWN. a Advertisements for the new york herald RMHnVBD AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, LS06 BROADWAY AND 530 sixth avenue, BBfWBBX THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTYgECOND STREETS. ~ OFFICE OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT IN THE TEAR. ADVERTISEMENTS are~ received at all HOT7R8 UP TO 9 P. M. afoffice rates. NEWSDEALERS AND BOYS SUPPLIED WITH HERALD AT 4 O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING. ADVERTISERS AND NEWSDEALERS ATTENDED TO WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. THE PUBLIC ABE CAUTIONED AGATNST SO CALLED BRANCHES IN TWBNTY-TniRD AND raiRTT-SECOND STREETS, TO PREVENT OVERCRAROBS. PAJRI8 AGEKCY OF THE NEW YORK HKRALI). jy|K88R8. KREMER A OCK, AMERICAN REGISTER, HAVE BEEN APPOINTED FARI8 AGENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEALERS WITH COPIES OF~THE HERALD, AND ALSO 8INGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER, TO PARTIES REQUIRING TIIEM. PBIUWNAU Annie sea verb, aged is years, ran away from her home on Tuesday morning last, at lOo'clock. Her mother is very sick. If she will come back or write !o her parent* there will he no further trouble. CLARJNDA?WHY DON'T VOU AND SISTER WRITE to your son and brother f Davidson.?information wanted of the whereabout* of Minnie Davidson. She will hear of Something to her advantage bv sending address to HODGES A MEEKER, ity Nassau street Eliza?irish, shortish, one high shoulder, about 40 odd, bluish gray eyes, blonde gray hair; travelled wiih American lady in France, in lwfl and 1*67; something to her advantage, or information of her paid tor. Address FRIENDLY, Herald office. INFORMATION WILL BE THANKFULLY RECEIVED concerning the whereabouts of Gustav Schocpwinkel, of Duesseldort. Prussia; dark complexion, black mustache. Was last seen in New York, about the 30th of June; wore then a blue flannel suit and dark soft hat. Please address I*. L. box 2.ti92 Post office. IP HENRY TAYLOR HALL, WHO LEFT OXFORD street, London, England, .lannary 17, it73. will write to his parents they will be glad, as they are anxious ab?ut him. IOST.-FROM HER HOME IN FRANKFORT STREET, i about the middle ol June. a little girl about seven years old, called Susie Brown. A liberal reward will be raid tor any information that will lead lo her recovery and no questions asked. Address L., box 1.8H9 Post office La. w.?why don't you write? . M MISS BKRTIE A.?I MUST GO TO PHILADELPHIA this (Friday) evening. Will write on my return. CHICAGO. WILLIE BABOOCR-ON STEAMER RUSSIA. INqnlre at (he Hoffman House. ALI. WANTED ?SYLVEKTRR KIRKAM, LATE OF Peoria, Mich., to correspond with his nenhew. Ion. Law. at the General Pout'office, Providence,'R. l.\ Irom whom he will hear of something to his advantage. WILL JOHN BUNSMAN, WHOSE ADDRESS HAS been lost, communicate Immediately with Albert Vu Wagner .attorney, *c., 128 Broadway, or the Pi?Mt>c oroperty will be told at the enhanced expense ol legal proceedings. LOW AMD NVIID. DOO LOHT?A SMALL BROWN ENtlLTSH ThRRIKK slut. Last evening, near the corner of Third avenue and Ninth street. Name "Fanchon" on collar. A suitable reward will be paid lor her return to 25 stuyvesant street FOUND-A SETTER DOO, WHICH THE OWNER CAN have by Droving property and paying charged, if not claimed within ten days, will be sold to pav expenses. Add re ha. stating color, Ac., N. S., Herald office. LOST-POCKETBOOK containing money and A card with Mr*. S. 8. Wood's name Kinder will be rewarded on returning it to 87 West Thirty ninth street. Lost?a rtssia leather poceetbook, containing sundry paper* ot no value except to the owner. The finder can keep the money and recelre the Ihankt of the owner by returning the same to No. 39 Barclay itreet. BREEuEN A SolTI1WICK. I OST?BETWEEN FIFTY-FIFTH STREET AND LEXJ ington Mvcnue and Central Hark, or in the I'ark, on the evening of July 24 a narrow itripet Cashmere Shawl (single). As it Ik valuer) tar more thnn it* pecuniary raluc the dnder will receive a very liberal reward by leaving it at the office of the Surtevant Hotel, Broadway and Thirtieth street OTOI.en? from the office or the united 0 State* District Attorney, 41 Chamber* street, between 1 a?d 4J? P. M. yesterday, a light gray sinelebreasted Coat, anu alsou Russia leather Wallet, with Pictures and letters. A liberal reward will be paid for the recovery ; of the i'oat and the wallet and Its contents and the conviction ofthc thief, or either. ROOKR M. SHERMAN. TRAVEI.MNU HA'I EXCHANGED AT GRAND TEN trai Uepot. ThniMtay, S:.tO P. M. Return and exchange ! to 306 West Thirty-third street. RIWARDS. Sr. REWARD?FOR PAPERS l.OST AT WALL ?) Htreet lerrv, July 24, of no value except to THOMAH I H. RODMAN, ItW ?k>ngre*it street, Brooklyn, and 5? Liberty street. New York. tor rbwamd?lost, tht'rnday, 24 a 1 tptj hc.ou'h terrier, with nickel collar, lined with red f loth, from s87 seventh avenue, between thiriy first and fhwty ?co*d XreeU. 4* r RKWARD-lost on the 2i8t, in east ?f?) Portv fltlk street, near third avenue, a blsek and fan terrier named heauty. reward will be paid to the 0n4er At 236 Km! korty-eighth street. Q?0/T RKWARI)-LOST, ON Tlll'RSDAV, NKAR at^i) madison square, wlilto hoiu doe. the finder will receive above reward at no. 27 ba?t twcbtv-,l>?'iti Mitet, Mv 9?c?Uou? a?ked. E NE / ? n *. i i! > ' NEW KBWAROT. |]>4)n REWARD.?LOHT, A LAKUK DOO. INQUIRE, alter ? P. M., ol EX1L KLEIN, M WeatTbirtynixtli Htrcet (tr>h REWARD.-TAKEN KROH THE HOUSE NO. 310 East Fourteenth street, a Bundle of Papers, containing dome old and new leases and weurches, ol uo use to ouybody bat the owner; alao a cheek on the Bull's Head Hank lor $435, to the order ol Malbcrsou A 8011, liavniont . # wliii'li huu (rf/innA/1 innli' at tha nruin lie*. or at the Tux Sice, No. SI < humbers street No questions asked. PETER GILLESPIE. 47c REWARD AND NO qUEHTIONS ASKRD FOR ?J> I O the return ol Watched ami Jewelrv taken (rem a hatbing booth at third landing Koi k.iway beach, on Thursday noon, 24th iuirt. Address J. K. K.. box 2410 New York Post office. Reward.?as thk person who took thk gold Watch aud Chain yesterday morning, abont 9 o'clock, iroin the water closet ol Mr. Kluxen's restaurant, corner Heaver and William streets, is known, nc is requested to deliver the same to Mr. KLUXEN, who will pav a reward. New York, Julv ii. SPKCIAL. Ml'lCBS. A?TOE AMERICAN KKCIfiEt, tlie most widely ciiculated of the American journals published in Europe. A capital medium lor American advertisers addressing themselves to European patronage. Indispensable to all persous visiting Great Britain and the Eorojieati Continent. Subscriptions and advertisements lor the AMERICAN REUISTER will be received and single copies of the paper may be obtained at tlM office ot the New Y'ork Herald, New York. A?nnnALi) onA.iin una r,, DituuMiin, corner of Kulton avenue and Boerum street. Open from 8 A. M. to 9 1*. M. On Suuday from S to 9 P. M. | A VOCNO MAN, WHO SERVED IN THE ARMY J\ four years iu the late war and received an honorable discharge, would tall his discharge papers, witb all right and title, to any onewuhing them. They will entitle the person to lot) seres ot k*>o-1 government land, also to any future bounties which may be appropriated ; alio prevent the person holding them Iroin being called upon to verve lu the military, either State or national; obiect in selling, going to South America. Address, lor two weeks, stating terms, B. F., box 191 Hoboken, N. J. A KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY, FOR THR BENEFIT . of the schoola of Frankfort, draws daily. For information .send or apply to JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 196 Broadway, room 4. A?HAVANA LOTTBRY.?PRICES REDUCED.? Next drawing July 29. Circulars free. JOSEPH BATES. Broker, 196 Broadway, New York, room No. 4. A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS . KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERIES. KENTUCKY?EXTRA CLASS MO. 449?JULY 25, 1873. 88, 12, CO. 11, 1ft, 17, 09. 16, 6, *3, M, 71. KENTUCKY?CLAM MO. 480?JULY 25, 1873. 39, 2. 31, 4, 75. ft?. 78, 47, 7, 44. 76. 35, 26, 74. SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky. SHELBY COLLEGE? EXTRA CLASS NO. 349?JULY 2ft. 1873. 6, 9, 70, 44. 1, fit, 7ft, 31, 22, 86, 30, 25. .SHELBY fOLLlCflK?CLAM NO. 350?Jtll.Y 2ft. 1873. 68, 29, 60, 77, 23, 76. 76, 45. 20, 33, 43, 17, 19. *. SMITH A co., Managers, Covington, Ky. Address ,J. OLUTE, Broker, 206 Broadway, 153 Fulton street and No. 2 Park row. Post office bo* 4,96a. CAUTION.?I.OST, ON JCLY 19, ONE ENDORSED Note, Julv 12, three tnonths, dr*wn hv J. Bauer A Co., New York, in tavor ol Helming A Kllx for $760; one unendorsed Draft, accepted by D. S. Andros A Co., July 12; one Note tor $J60. Payment thereof has been Atopped. BEUNINO A KLIX, 446 Went Forty-second street. Havana lottery ok clba. Drawing July 12,1873. One-half of ticket 1.3BU, wnich drew the first prize of <100,000, was wild by me. Next Drawing July 29. Royal Saxon Government Lottery. Brunswick Lottery. City of Hamburg Lottery. Prizes cashed and Information given. theodor zschoch. Box 6,080 Post office. 116 Nassau street. Havana lottery?next drawing, jily 29. Uc.ruiuu State Lotteries. Send for circulars. RITTER A CO., box 3,836 Post office, 86 Nassan street, room 4.; branch office 1,017 Third avenue, near Sixtieth street. Havana lottery. drawing jcly 29. Circulars sent free. r. ortega's Successor, Pnat nfflc#* hni l.fUft. Nn. 9 Willi rf t IAQEB BEER BOTTLING K8I ABLI8HM KNT, J 241 Broadway. 841. Imported Bavarian. Boer. Hoki agents tor Rochester Lager Beer. Bole agent* tor Cincinnati Lager Beer. Sole agents lor St Louis Laser Beer. Bottling lor family use ana shipping, for Male in original kegs ana barrels. All our bottles bear a label witn our signature. HOLLENUBR A CO., Importers and bottlers of Lager Beer, 241 Broadway, opposite City llall ParkVNew York. ORDKHR FOR OLEA*I*? 1I008EK AND 8HIPB OF bedbugs, water bugs, roaches, moth* fleas can be lelt at H. 8. DANZIGER'S office, 72 White street, corner Broadways OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE SOl'TH CAROLINA Lottery Tor the benefit of the Free bchool Fund. Perpetual. KXTHA CLAS8 825?JOLT 25. 1873. 71, 1, 66, 13, 23, II. 37. 51, 3. 18. 27, 38. CLASS 226?JOLT 25, 1873. 30. 11, 72, 52, 43, 48. 51, 73. 38, 15, 10. 71. COLU A CO., Managers. Charleston, 8. C.. July 25,1873. New York Post office box 8,856. OFFICIAL DRAWING NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY. KXTRA CI. ASS, MO. 163.?JULT 25, 1H73. 34, 38, 63, 6H. 45, 22, 60, 82, 75, bi, 67. 61. NOKTR ('A HO I.IN A, CI.ASS NO. 164?JUI.V 25, 1873. 47, 66. 4, 71, 69, 57, 64, 23, 40, 1, 7, 16, 70, 15. GKRKliN A CO., Managers LUTHY A CO., Brokers, 2S4 Greenwich street. New York. Royal Havana lottery. New Hcheme out.? $46",000 in prizes every 17 davs. 1 prize of $11M),(IOO 1 liri/e nl AO.(MM) 1 prize of 25,000 1 prize ot 10,U09 2 prizes ol each MW 776 olhcr prize?. Next drawing. July 29. Inlormatloti turntshed; order* tllleil: circulars sent tree on application ; Spanish Hniik Bills ami Governments purchnscd, 4c., Ac. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers, No. 11 Wallat. T'RUNKS LKKT AT J. LAKRUS, H9 BLEF.CKER street, will be sold niter the end ol (lie present month to secure payment ol board due. $ -QQ fTQd IS DIIAWN DAILY IX Til E LFGALized Kcntncky Lottery; Roval Havana and Kentucky circulars tree; 12^ cents'commission allowed. Address BALKY A CO. (ollico established 30 years', 174 Broadway. SPORTING ?DCMiK. BIHUS A( . WANTEP-A DOCBLB BREECH LOADING SHOTgun; first class maker; but little iiseil. Address, with full particulars and price, GUN, box 119 Herald Uptown Branch otllc.e. HORSES, CARRIAGE*, OiV. A?THE REGULAR SATURDAY'S SALE AT BARKKR A CHASE'S CiTY AUCTION MART and NEW YORK IATTERSALLS, CORNER OK BROADWAY AND THIRTY MNTH ST., KOR THE BALANCE OF THIS MONTH and the month ot August will he omitted. SALE KVERY WKDNESDAY AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT of Horse?, Carriages, Harness, Ac., in the Stute, always ou hand, at private sale. | A GREAT BARGAIN ?KOR SALE, ON ACCOUNT OK ill health ot owner, bav Horse, 15 bands high, eight years old, long full tail and mane; speed 2;40; owner will warrant him sound, kind and all right; also shitting top Wagon; 5* Wagon, both nearly new; also Harness, Blanket, Sheets, Robe, Whip, Ac.: sold separute nr (/MMIior Innuirr for SMITH Hi t'ACP'a falil* I'liin berland street, near Kulton avenue, Brooklyn. At witty carriage mantfactory and stable*?Carriages tbr sale and to let bv the dav or season. We have the largest assortment in the citv; quality and style unsurpassed, mid prices twenty per cent lei* than New York. Ponv Phaeton* a specialty. Top Buggies. Rockaways, Coupes, Victorian, extension and hall top Bretis. Large assortment of second hand Coaches and Wagons, of all kinds; old Carriages taken in exchange; also to let line Coaches. Road Turnouts, and Ponies and Phaetom lor ladles' I'ark driving. H. B. WITTY A co., Kevin* I ontcr rnlton, Brooklyn. A FEW HANDSOME ALDKRNEY ^N I) A YRSII11! i Cows lor sale cheap. Alio one Imported Avrihire Bull. Inquire of WM. WATSON. 9# Franklin street, AT Ol'R KACTORY, 1.404 BltOADW A Y?LICiHT Barouche, in good running order, price $275; a fourpeat Phaeton, bv Wood Bros., SJUW; top Wagon, by Stiver*, good order, (22*; _ BRA bLF.Y, PRAY A CO , 55? Broadway. Atop ridkbar wagon, used but a few tlme?. weight 1H5 pounds; a T Cart in perfect order, quite light, both lor sale a! a large reduction in price. BRADLEY, PRAY I CO., uu Broadway. A balkiain -pretty borrrl mare, with Harness. Phaeton and Whip, $2.v); lust uitable tor a ladv ar childr *n to drive. No. s Nellson place, near Eighth sueei. Ask lor RKILI.Y. ?LIGHT CARRIAGES, HARNESS. SHEETS, AC i Fine assortment first class Hoods ottering at loweot prices NEW YORK SALES AND CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Fourth avenue, corner 'Jwenty fifth street Across match team for sale?at yocr own price, a black and ha.v, 6 and 8 years old, lftii hunds; very handsome and very smart steppers; suiiable for lady or gentleman to drive; true in cverv wav , sold lor no fault; also a single family Horse. Apply at No. 7 Murray street, room I. ^ -FOR SALE. Till! KK HORSES; a CROSSMATCH. 4. a, ru "rniii , uhd rwi v., ?in ?' umi. v unu O VflrR 1 old; very last hd<1 styllpn; trot infills of 3 minuton; one i ?ruy Mare, S vear* old ; bus been u?cd to a phaeton anil ridden by ehildren; they are warranted found and kind ' Apply at No. 8 seeind Mreet, nearthe Kowrr v. A-KI,K(iANT LANDAU, NKARCY N jjj \V, AMI made by Brewn.er A Co.; one Park Phuoton and i one Rorkawar To lx> seen al M. (-TRI.KV'n Carriage factory, 10?, 111 and 11,1 Ea?t Thirteenth utreet, wear Pourth avenue. ___ AS THK SEASON IS PAR AI>VAVTBI) WK OFFRR A flue nmortment ol I'ony Phaeton*, KoekawavM and Uepot WaKounat reasonable, lew price* .foHKPII K HAL A CO , MW and l.tyg Droqdwaj, uyar Korty Ottb direct W YO YORK, SATURDAY, JULY HHRSKh, CARR1AQEB. AC. At private sale. ELEUAN'F OPEN FOUR BEAT PHAETON OE TEA Cart, nearly new, wtih pole and ahafta, built bv Brewatcr k Co., of Broome atreet. FOUR WHEEL DOO CART, BUT LITTLE U8BD, with pole and xhafB, built by Brewater k Co., of Broome tract CIRCULAR FRONT COUPE ROCKAWAV, BUT UTtle used, built by Hani. COUPK, LINED WITH BBOWN SATIN, AND NEARLY new, bulli by Dmnarcat A Co. LIGHT CURTAIN COACH, IN PERFECT ORDER. TOP WAUON8, BUILT BV DU8BNBUEY AND VANduxer. FOUR SEAT BASKET PHAETON, WITn UMBRELLA. TOP ANl> NO IOP PONY PBAKTONH. ROAD WACON, NEARLY NEW, BUILT BY BREW8ter k Co., of Broome atreet Koekitwa.ve, lump seat Wacona, kr?, ke. AT THE llOBSii AND CAtlEIAGE ACCTION MART Of WILLIAM VAN TA98ELL. 110,112 and 114 East Thirteenth atreet. Dear Fourth avenue. Anm,n.iiri\ r niVU"?ri SinRtCi; Diur. DAn Top, very light, $216, one Stlvert Road Wagon, 14) lbs., marly new, $175; one Corhett do.. $U0; oneDuienbury Tod. $l.'0, one half top two seat Phaeton, pole and shaft?, $140; ten >ockaways, $M up - one Coupe Koctaway. $350; $0 jxp and open Pony Phaetons, all styles, $125 up; one light Coach, $210; one (tilde neat Top, one Cabriolet, ?tie Sulkev, one miring Sulkey, $U); single and dom^4?-rfiiriie**, Sheets, Whips, Net*, Ac. ' WE H. (iK A y, .0 and 22 W poster street. ATOP PONY PHAETON. $100; BASKET, $115; ROAD Wagon, $100; platform spring Express Wagon, $115; top Wagon. $1V); Coupe, $100; coupe Rockaway, $275. 1,430 Broaiiway, near Forty-first street. A FINK PAIR UK MATCHED BLOOD BAYS FOB sale; 15.1: good, tree drivers; perfectly kind and sound ; desirable tor family use; owner requires lanter pair; price low. Inquire for W. P. 8., team, at Briggs A Co.'s stable*, Forty-second street and Seventh avenue. A8UPKR1OR ASSORTMENT EXTENSION TOP Phaetons, siDgle or double ; elegant Victoria, Park and Road Wagons. Rockaways. Depot Wagons, new and second nand. MANUFACTURERS UNION REFOSlTOKY. 838 Broadway. A FIRST CLASS LIVERY AND BOARDINO STABLE lor sale, with low rent, in a splendid location; net profits about $5,000 a year; will be disposed of very reasonably, as the proprietor has other business. Inquire of WM. If. FITCH. 347 Third avenue. "TJRKWSTER" (OF BROOME STREET) PHAETON, *' luur .sunups, iur currying lour persons; newiy anne op; but little used; price ?250. On storage corner Twenty-filth street and Fourth avenue. CARRIAGES, HORSES, HARNESS ALL STYLES, comprising Coach and Rockaways, Phaetons and Business Wanons, selling off cheap at Carriage Manuiactory and Stables ot WITTY A CO., Kevins and Pulton streets, Brooklyn. CARRIAGES, SLIGHTLY DAMAGED?GREAT" BAR"galns.? New and n:cond h?nd Carriages, of every description; elegan* T Cart; Ruuible Pliaeton, little Boiled; will be sold low. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. For sale?a bay horse, is^ hands high-, driven by a lady -, Is a perlect beauty and can trot in about 3 minutes. Address G. HICKS, Hi Wall street. For sale-a t cart, with pole and shafts, by Mrewstcr, of Broome street, in good order; price $5(10; also a Landau, by Krewster, of Twenty-flfth street, very light, weighs only 1.100 pounds, in good order; price $700. Apply at TEANEY'S Stables, 41 West Forty-fourth street. FOR SALE-A~BAY HOR8E7~1#X HANDS; LONG black tail and mane; to be sold cheap, the owner having no lurtber u>e tor him. Can be seen at stable in rear of 41 Monroe place, Brooklyn. For male-the splendid dapple gray pony Diamond, 6 year* old, 14X, silver mane and tail. Can be seen at Plaza Stable, Flatbush avenue, near Park .place, Brooklyn. For sale?pony and phaeton-, a very kind and gentle Pony, Phaeton and Harness, suitable for a ladv to drive ; is also a good saddle horse; warranted sound and kind; is not atraid of anything; will be sold low, as the owner has no use lor him. Address J. D. O., 121 East Fltty-lourth street, New York. For sale-one of the finest saddle Horses in the city; also fine in harness; 5 years. 15>.( hands high: warranted sound and kind. No. a West Fob bale?horse, harness and new coal Cart. Call, for two days, on JOHN CAREY, 13S Sixth avenue, near Tenth street. For sale cheap?a phaeton, nearly new. Apply toJAS^CARR, 442 West Thirteenth street. For sale cheap?a good horse for the express businct*. 122 Seventh avenue. Harness.-tuk cheapest harness STOKE in New York. A good double Truck Harness. $30; a (load Grocer's Harness, $30; a good Milkman's Harness, $30ja good Buggy Hjurnen, hand made, $17; a Kood etstrtr Blanket, $1; also a large assortment ot Blankets, Robes, Sheets, Nets, Ac. Please call and examine for yourselves. rlSHKR A OHBOKNE, 71 Barclay street, second door from Greenwich street, formerly of Murray Harness, saddles, horse clothing, horse furnishing goods and carriage equipments ot every description, style and grade. No fancy prices. C. M. MOSEMAN A BROTHER, Manufacturers, 114 Chamber* street. Miner a stevens top road wagon-built to order, for $tf>0; used hut Ave times; price $300; FOR SALR AT ARCH. JOHNSTON'S MART, 19 to 25 'thirteenth street, near University place. PONY PHAETONJL EVERY DESCRIPTION, POPUlar prices; Depot Waeons in great variety; twoelegant six-seat extension top 1'hactons, Park Wagons, light Rockaways, low prices. MAM KAC'I UKERS' UNION, 6,'W Broadway. SECOND HAND TOP WAGON, BUILT BY GOODWIN; also two-seat Depot Wagon, cheap. Nos. 1,494 and 1,496 Broadway, near Korty-tmh rtreet. QECOND HAND JUMP SEAT Bl'GGY, LANDAILET, O light Rockaway, Doctor's Phaeton. Road Wajron, Pony Phaeton, six-seat Rockaway, several Buggies, nuui liur MiKiiMv 9111m wuru \-ni riUKr* cut-uu. M AN UKACTr RERS UNION. 638 Broadway. QBCOlfD BAND side HAK and KILL sprinu kJ t??p and open Wagon*, three seat Westchester, two seat Rockaway. Ac. W. FRANK DURENBURY. successor to Duscnbury <? Vnn Duscr, 1S6 and 137 Christie street SIDE-SADDLE, LIGHT HARNESS AND THREEnuartcr so at city made square body side bar Wagon tor sale clieap. separately or together;'all In good order. Address HiPCOOD, Herald otfice. TWO SINGLE TRUCKS AND TWO HORSES, WITH nicc light work: price $1,009; no moro nor no less: very cheap. Inquire lor carman, at 20 Leonard street. WAGONS CHEAP-THREE EXPRESS, TWO Grocery, one Delivery and one platform Spring Wagon, at Zib . prmg strict IS HEAD OF DRAUGHT HORSES AT NO. 36 LEX?) Incton avenue ; are from Pennsylvania, and will be sold at a bargain. W. A. MYERS. (JjOOr. FOR HORSE, TRUCK AND HARNESS? Two other, one Horse, Truck and Harness, price $100 and $165; also one Top Buggy and Harness, price $100, must be sold. 332 Hudson street. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, 4fcC? Ijlor sale-steam pleasure yacht, ISoC"t m 1 feet In length by 8>4 feet beam: can be bought at a bargain ; she Is in perfect working order, and ix a good sailer. The yacht can be seen bv applying to .iacoh g. sanders, No. MO Siutc street, Albany. For further particulars inquire of horace S. ELY, No. 22 Pine street. LM)R SALE-A CABIN YACHT, M FEET BY II FEET; r ready lor use; furnished. AddressC. E. R.. Lower Bank (N. J.) Post office. FOR SALE?A VERY FINE FOURTEEN-FOOT ROWboat, mahogany seats and thwart*, brass rowlocks and nickel plated rudder yoke; .just the boat tor light exercise In the bay; will bo sold cheap. Apply to Captain JACK, at Brooklyn Yacht Club (louse, foot ot Court street Brooklyn, where boat can be seen. FOR SALE VERY CHEAP-SLOOP YACHT, MXIS; stateroom, watercloset, water tank*, completely found; china, glass, Ac.: new sails and .yawl. Apply at 3?> Beaver street, thlr.l tloor. WANTED TO CHARTER?STEAM YACHT FOR THE month of August; must be at least 60 feet in length find well tarnished; references. Address J. 8., box 3,4ti8 Post office, inn BOAT?, ALL KINDS AND 81ZES, WOOD AND AWU iron, on hand, spoon Oars, at my shops, 3G8and S73 South street anil UUh street, Harlem River. STEPHEN ROBERTS. M>A\ OKKICRH. AT77 BLIBCKER STREET, NKAR Broadway, UP stairs.?Highest cash advances on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, I'ianos, Ac., or bought. Pawnbrokers' Tickets >WI|tll at 77 Bleecker street. AT 90 NASSAU STREET, BETWEEN H I,TON AND .John streets, NEWMAN LEOPOLD continues the buritiK, selling or advancing on Diamonds, Watchas, Jewelry, Pianos, Merchandise, Life Policies, for any amount AT WOLF BROTHERS. 898 BROADWAY, BETWEEN Nlne'eenth and Twentieth streets. Money loaned on Watches. Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Silks and particularly Pianos. Private parlor for ladies. Business strictly confidential. AT JAC KSON'S. WW BROADWAY, OPPOSITE ELEVeuth street?Money liberally advanced on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. 811k?, Dry Ooods and Personal Property of every description. Private entrance lor I ladies. American office, 7?.-batablishkd ism.Loans on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver, India Shawls, Laces, Valuable*, Ac.; any amount, or will huv. J. H. BARRINOER, 7Sfl Broadway. AT 697 BROADWAY. CORNER FOURTH STREET? j Liberal advances on Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry, '^nuh-i pi iiwir piiiiwiK, L.wi aim uerMjUtti properly ofavtrydtaortptton. jaMRs c. matthi-Ws 1 HQ HfXTH AVRNCR, BETWEEN TWENTY-FOl'RTH tUOund TwenO-flflh street* ?Liberaladvance*made on Diamond*. Watches, Jewelry, Silk*, Lacei anil Shawl*. Snme bought at full value. L. RERNARU. m'J BROADWAY.?OLD ESTABLISHED AND MUST O reliable .ifflce Money advanced on Diamond*. Watchea, Jewelry, Lace*. Ac. Same, bought at Dill value. | A. C. HERTS. 1 \>ft7 BROADWAY, OVER HERALD BRANCH L.Z/V) I office, room H.?Parlor lor latlie*. Brain h , 1,207 Broadway. Money loaned on Diamond*, Watchea, Jewelry, Ac Same bought and *old. LTNDO BROS. KY KM A!VJ? BAR*. Artificial hi man irn-t .i daym. in. venutr and only maker of th* Improved Artificial Human Eye, acknowledged by the faculty to he the only correct imitation of nature in the world. 127 Eaat FUtecntii atrecu between Third and Fourth avenues. RK H 26, 1873?WITH SUPPLE TO LW rog WTOBW PURPOSES. _ ^TTKNTIONI MOW BBADY FOR OCCCfANCY. NEW PIKBPRUOP BULLDINQ, FULTON, NAS8AU AMD ANN BTREETS. ELKO A NT OFFICES TO BENT IN THE ABOVB KIREPBOOP, WBLL LOCATED BUILDINO, BEING IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE CITT BALL, THE COURTS, TUB POST OJTICH, *0., to. OFFICES, 8riTABLE FOB LAWYERS, BBOKEBS, BANKS, IN8UBANCB COMPANIES, kC? AC., CAN BE HAD, SINGLY OB IN SUITE, OF ANY DESIRED SIZE, FROM 10X13 FBET~TO 2<XI7 FEET,. AT $900, $400, $300 AND UPWARD TO $13,000, AOCOBDING TO SIZE AND LOCATION. THE ABOVB BUILDING IS COMPLETELY FIREPROOF. BBADY FOR OCCUPANCY, nEATED BT STEAM, AND HA8 TWO FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ELEVATORS AND ALL MODERN IM RENT or SMALL OFFICES. Sti?. M Story. 3d Story. 4th Story. Stb Story. 19.10x23.6 ?l,H0t) $1,80) $l,0b0 16x24.6 13-*) l.aflO 1,200 800 14.6x26.6 1,800 l.MIO 1,200 ?? 17x28.6 1,000 1,600 1,200 800 10x18 600 400 330 300 10xl2.fi 800 400 3S0 300 19.6x39 3.000 2,800 2.000 1JOO 19.6x39 3,100 2,600 2,1)00 1,500 10x12.6 800 41)0 390 300 19.10x23 1,860 1,600 1,200 1,000 14.6x23 1,800 1,280 1,0!X) B30 111X23 1,400 1,280 1,000 800 17x23 MOO 1,360 1,(100 800 10x16 800 400 360 300 INQUIRIES TO BE MADE OF homer morgan, no. 2 pinfi street. A -THE CHEAPEST FLOORS TO LET ON BROAD. WAY. FIRST AND THIRD FLOORS. _____ 488 broadway. A HANDSOME PARLOR FLOOR TO LET REABONnble to permanent parties; centrally located, near Broadway; suitable for lifrbt business or a party of gentlemen: also Basement and *10810 Kooms. tl East Ninth street. A LARGE BTORE AND CELLAR, 20X80, SUITABLE for any business; a lease will be givcu to good party. 201 Tbird avenue, near ElKhteeoUt street. t. 1'KYROUX, on promises. A RARE CHANCE.?TO LET. THE FINE 8TORE, with elef snt fixtures, 6121 bird avenue, near Thirtyfourth street; suitable for a bakery, confectionery or any respectable business. FINE LOFTS, BOX 140, WITH OR WITHOUT STEAM I'ower, to let, suitable for light manufacturing busl ness; also an elegant Store. 3a and 37 Wooster street. Hotel to lrasr-~now doing a first class trade, on account of sick nets; accommodation for W UUMUPni t MCTI VMM " IUWI A|ipi> w uic pruprietor, w. w. PI'RDaY, West Briifh ton Land inc. HOCSB FURNISHING GOODS OR HARDWARE men ?To let, one of the best Store* iu city lor the above business. No. 381 Fo?rth avenue. TO LET?A LAKGB BASEMENT. SUITABLE FOR any light business, cheap: rent tlA7. Inquire at 62S Third avenue, between Fortieth and Forty-first streets. TO LET?THE TWO 8TORT AND CRLLAR BUILDing No. U Thomas street; good stand tor box maker or carpenter; rent WOO per annum. THORNTON M. RODMAN, Real Estate Agent, Broad way. rLET?STORES AND BASEMENTS. MO AND 60S Broadway. Apply to KNOX the hatter, 3U Broadway. TO LET?UPPKR PART OF BUILDING 112 WBBT Thirty-flrst street, near Junction ot Sixth avenne and Broadway, consisting of Kitchen, large Parlor. Dining Room, second and third stories, Ac.; good order; suitable for dressmaking, milltnery, pawnbroker or English res taurant. . TO LET OR LEASE?THE BCILDING NO. l,l?i Broadway, between Twenty-seventh and Twentyeighth streets, desirable for any first class business; terms moderate to a good tenant. Apply to APPLEBY A HLLMK. 1M Water street. TO LEASE?A HOTEL IN THIS CITY IN A PROMlnent and desirable location. Apply to Mr. WINDMULLER. German Savings Bank, corncr of Fourteenth street and Fourth avenue. TO LEASE? ALL THE liOVTB OF MARBLE STORE 34 Chambers street, 25 by 75, opposite new Coart House ;.>arl?es desirous of altering tdem can have a favorable-teas*. Apply to W. IRviNU CLARK, ill Pearl st. TO BOOK BINDERS.?TO LET, A FIRST CLASS Bookbinder?, tn perfect rnnnlng order, loeated in the best business part of the city, with machinery suitable lor either cloth or extra work ; it lias good standing and enibossiug pressei, cutting and sawing out tnnciilnes, run b.v steam ; stationary glue pots, nentedby steam. To perrons wishing to go In business this is a good chance. Addrese BOOKBINDER, box 180 Herald office. rpwo STORKS, WITH THREK ROOMS KACH, BASEX ment and cellar, suitable for barber. tailor or unv light business; rent t25 per month. Apply to Mm. WEItiMAXTKL, at ho. 229 West Twenty-seventh street, or to LOUIS A. OA CLNHA. 172 West i orty-nfth street. 3 DESIRABLE FURNISHED OFFICES TO LET?TO respectable parties, at (15 per month. Applv to HAMMOND k Wf.BsTKR, 2IM Broadway, otlicc 16, New York. DWELLING IIOCSKS TO LET. Famished. ADMIRABLY ADAPTED FOR FIRST CLASS BOARD Ing house, tour story extra wide high stoop brown stone, handsomely furnished, new carpets', location Tblrty-tlrst street, near Broadway; rent $6,000. A. i'. LOOM 18 k (!0., 1,2M Broadway. riHJ I.F.T?PARTIALLY FURNISHED, TO PRIVATE 1 family only, very large stone Mansion, 2'i Kan Twenty-second street, near Broadway: 31 ftet front; newly "frescoed and painted; kitchen and laundry separate. Apply irorn 9 to 12. Vnlnrnliihed. TO LET-THE FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY BROWN stone front high stoop Dwelling House X22 West Fourteenth street; will put in order lor a responsible tenant; rent t2.UK) per annum; possesion immediately. THORNTON M. KoDMAN, Real Estate. Agent, ti9ii Broadway, northeast corner of Fourth street. K'UHiVIIIIEU KOOMN AVI) APAKTMKKTH TO LET, A T 3'6 KAST FOURTEENTH STKF.RT, NEAR NFC TV onil avenue, a private iamlly will let, furnished, large hack I'arlor, tor $*> per week, with water, gas 1111U lour clocet-; also front Hall Room lor $3 a week. IU'KNISIIKD NEATLY FOR HOI SKKEKFINO1 i-uit of Jloom*. 2 Bedroom*; clo?et*, kitchen, bathroom, waterrloset; all on first floor; iron tine Eighth avenue. WO West rweni.v eighth street; $12 weekly. I A RGB, BEAITIFUL OyOL rooms-furnish hl> J richly, for gentlemen; Summernric.es; no boarders; first clans house and location ; all convenience*. /I West Ninth street, betweeu Filth and Sixth avenues. rro LET-A VERY NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, i with gas and bath, tor one or two gentlemen, in the private house 328 East Forty -second street TO LET-LARGE AND SMALL FURNISHED, COOL Rooms, lor single gentlemen or gentleman and wife, with reference?. No. 7 st Mark's place. Eighth street TO LET-AT NO. fi HORATIO STREET, NEAR EIGHTH avenue and Thirteenth street, two Rooms, on tlrst lloor. consisting ol Iront and hack Forlorn; bai k I'arlor furntsued a? bedroom; privilege ol cooking in basement it desired; rent $10 per week, gas included. rro LET-A BACK HALl. BEDROOM, THIRD FLOOR , 1 rent $3 per week; alao a large front Room, with Hedrootn connected, on second floor; rent $2 and $11 per week;all nicely furnished; relerence required; private bouse. 224 Kast Twenty-third street. rflMREE COMFORTABLY FURNISHED ROOMS, FOR 1 housekeeping, on parlor floor; gas and bath. No. 231 West Thirtieth street, cottage house. 4.7 -FRONT, BITTING AND BED ROOM, FUR5J> I . nished for housekeeping; hot and cold water baths; excellent washing arrangement; central location. No- 222 Fifty-second street, flrst house Iroin Broadway. rn EAST NINTH STRBKT.?A LARC.K Fl'RNIRHF.D OO Room, with Extension, gas, hot and cold water and use of hath, to let, to gentlemen only; also two single Kootns. all newly luruished . retereuces required. -| At) WEST FORTY-FIRHT STREET,?TO LET, A J IUO hap(J?omely lurnUhed Suit of Rooms on second I floor, consisting of parlor ana bedroom; both square tront rooms private bath room connecting; gentleuiuu and wife or two single gentlemen. t)1 r WK<r SEVENTEENTH 8TRKK1 I" I.KT ? L?) turni?hed, two small Parlor*, in a private Iioiijm.' ; gas liatlr. partial Hoard given ii required or privilege of neat light houaekeeplng. SECOND AVENUE, NEAK THIRTY-AIXTH I) I itrcet.? A furnished front Room and Bedroom, with closets, for housekeeping; gas and bath ; good neighborhood. MfttRWlWUP ROOMS A>I> APART MBNTI TO LIT. Apartments to lbt-in the bfsttenement house* In the elty ; no dark room*; good ventilation ; witter in all apartments; rents from $13 to 91B. Apply to housekeeper, Mrs. wktsmantek, No. IK West Twenty i seventh street, DESIRABLE KI.ATS TO l,KT AT * MODK RATE rent, with water closets, stationary wash tutis, gas, Ac., in Twenty ninth street, between Third and Lexington avenues; ana Store In basement, suitable (or private tailor, hair drewer or some (ancy business. Apply ou the premisa*. F1LOORS, NO. 217 WEST THIRTY-HIXTII STREET. Id rent?Two nice rooms, all conveniences. Apply on ! premises or tot'. PARTRIDGE, 2fi Wast Fifteenth street. TIlRKK PLEASANT FIRST AND SECOND PI-OORfl to let; All Improvement!!; not in tenement tiou*e; Ninth ward, with nice people , $20. tit, awl ?30. Apply I I fiUJ Uudtvu nr?e?> ERAI MENT. ' '; 7~;~7r.? DHVUR518HBO HOOMS AND AFA** MMtfTS TO LET. fpO LBT-FIRST FLOOR.?? BASTTWENTY-SBfiSlI 1 (treat, and fourth floor. No. 218; ?l* rooB*MB m??. wawr, *c . in aach. Apply to WH. TRUKUOW^IJ* But Thirty-sixth street r LET-FRENCH FI.ATH OF SEVEN ROOM*, ALL lighted: all improvement*; within a block of CeuJj*l Park; moderate rent*; all new; IS, II#, 1*7 Km*. or by letter UH" TO LBT-TO A 8MALL, KKHPECTABLK FAMILY OK udolu, 4 room on secoud floor, water, gu, Ac. fa quiro Mo. IMS Wust Mst st. _ JjOf -THE LOWER PART OF A HOt'SK. PARLOR?, JPOO. Basements and two Bedrooms up ?talr?; other family , water and gas. fifth avenue, above Klftitysiithatreet secoud huuae above. IOC SECOND A VENUE?8ECOND, THIRD AND ' fourth Floors to let; all improvements. _ SALES AT AUCTIO*. Arcs, johnhton, auctioneer.?office a^d Salesroom, S7 Nassau street and S8 Liberty street Uorse Auction Branch, 19 to a East Thirteenth stMet Carriage Repository, No. S CortUtndt street great balk of household FURNITCRR. PI AN Oft, AC, REMOVED TO TUB STORE FOR CONviiNIENCK of hale. ARCH. JOHNHTON will sell thU day, at 10H o'clock, at the salesroom V Nassau and 68 Liberty*street, a law assortment ol Household Furniture. Carpets, Oilcloths, hair MaUres^s, Pillows and Bolsters, Cribs and BedUlpg, Sola Bedstead, cane-seat Chairs, Rocker* Cottage Snfts, Varlor Suits, Mantle Mirrors, pier Mirrors, Centra Tables, Extension Tables, cane Dining Room Chairs, tMhoganf and walnut Dressing Bureaus, Bedsteads, wash stand*. Refrigerator, Kitchen Tables, Crockery, Ironware, Ac ALLEN B. MINRR, AUCTIONEER Salesroom 96 Chambers and 77 Reade street Horse Auction Mart, Fourth avenue, corner of Twentyflflb street. Bv ALLEN B. MINER k BRO. FRIDAY, AUGUST I, ? ? ?'?'ocjlt ktyyif Salesrooms, ? .vyy""4 auusbuota* furniture. Details in time. Adrian h.'muller. auctioneer. Auction tale of Dtanjoods, ADRIAN II. MULLBKilON will sell at auction on TPK8DAY, July ?, at 12 o*ciock, at their office. No. 7 Tin? street, two down cluster and solitaire Diamond King*. The solitaire rings are from 'A to 3k karats. Also one lar?* Sapphire Ring. Terns cash. Adrian h. mtller. auctioneer.-bonds at Auction. ADRIAN H. MULLKK * SOB will sell at auction, Wednesday, July 80th, at ISW o'clock, at tie Exchange Sales Room, 111 Broadway, lor account of whom it amy concern, 9100,(XX) New fork, Boston and Montreal Railway Company second mortgage wmMrMK gold bonds; interest April and October; 91,008 each. Albert b. walpron, auotionbbb. By D. W. IVES. Salerooms 106 Liberty and 111 Ceda*street. Furniture, Carpets Bedding. *0. THIS DaVT at11 o'clock, a general assortment of Knrnl:are, removed from resiamceK, Ac., tor oonvenlene* or Ml*, including Parlor, Library, Dining noom and 11 All Furniture ot all descriptions, i?eddlng of all kind', Silver-plated Ware, Cutlery, Crockery, Picture*, ve.vei and Brussels Carpets, Mat.-, Suitr oilcloths. Sale positive and peremptory, without regard to cost Auctionjale, in jersey city, op a lighter. JOSEPH WARREN, Auctioneer, will sell, on Monday, July 28, at 3 o'clock P.M., the lighter Manhattan, now lying at the California or Tobacco Inspection dock, with the Rigging; Sails, Anchors, Ac., all Complete; tbe above lighter will be told at the dock, wllere hIic Is now lying, and positively to the highest bidder. For further particulars inquire ol JOSEPH WARREN. General Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, office 217 Grove street, one door Irom Newark avenue, Jersey City. Auction hale.-important sale ok the wholesale slock of first class Doors, Bash and Blinds, in wareroom-* No. 78 Beekinan street, oil Monday, 2m U of July, at U)% o'clock. 1 Auction ha lb.-august martins, auctioneer. Magnificent Household Furniture, 011 THIS Day (Saturday). Jnlv 2& commencing at I0>a o'clock, at the elegant mauaion 96 West lftth at., near 6th ? v Parlor Suits, Etagcres, Bookcase, Paintings, Bronzer, Carpets, Mirrors, rosewood Pianoforte, Stool, Cover; rosewood and walnut Bureaus. Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Mattresses, Extension Table, Buffet, Silverware, Glassware; Basement, Kitchen, servant*' apartment* FurnL tore. Take 5th av. stages or 6th av. earn. An extra large household kcrjuture sale. 800 yards velvet Brussels Carpets, Mirrors, Curtains, Eight beautiful latest style Parlor Suits, rosewood Pionotorte, best city maker, cost $1,009, rosewood and walnut chamber cults, style of Louis XIV. THIS (Saturday) MORNING, July IS, at 10>a o'clock, property of Prank A. Ahreuleld, leaving lor Europe, 10* East Twenty-flfth street, ttetween Lexington aud Fourth avenue. Parlors?Fine OH Paintings, Hronzes, Curtains, Mirrors, Orande Ducheaae, Marie Antoinette and Turkish styles Parlor Suits; Etagerek, Tables, Bookcases, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wash stand % Commodes, Wardrobes, sprltiKand hair Mattresses, Bedding, Glass. China, Silver Ware, Cutlery, Buffet, Extension Table, tuning Chairs, walnut rep suits, servants' Furniture, Ac. n. B.? Parties wishing to attend this large sale take Fourth or Third avenue cars up to Twsiity-flith street. Reponslble men in attendance cart, padY or ship goods lor purchasers, city or country. ACTION SALE-rv>srriv)S.r TUIS DAY (Saturday), commencing at 10 o'clock precisely, at residence 210 West 21st st., near 7th a\ euue. $30,000 worth handsome Household Furniiuie?\i/.. Parlor, Library and Drawing Rooin Suits, in sauu and brocaiel; two elegant Piaiiotorti g, Hook c ases, 600 volume* books; Etageres, TurkNh Chairs; (flit Centie. Console ai d Side Tal>lri<; Bronzes, 1'aluungs, i-ace Curtains, Ac. Dining Furniture?Extension Table, Ituflci, Chairs, .-11 verwarc, Ac.; rosewood and walnut chamber Furniture, Be tsteudx, Dressing Cases, Bureaus, Withstands. 119 hair and spring Mattresses, suits in reps and plush, <00 yards Carpel, Ac. ROBKltT C. CASIII.N, Auctioneer. N. H ?Take 7th or 8th avenue car*. Tlie entire Livery, Horses. Carriages, Ac., connected with the above, also to be sold. Notice <>t sale in Wednesday's lleraid. Auction sale-thih day, at ii o'clock, of team carriage Horses, several other Horses, lop and open Wagons, Kockaways, Phaetons, single and double Harness, Ac., by cole a murphv, 379 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Auction notice.-larok sale, this day (Saturday), at private residence 120 Went 23d street, near 6th av.. commencing at 10>-? o'clock, over S'2A.ou0 worth ot costly and plain Household Furniture?namely. Pianoforte, cost $1,00; Parlor Suits, in vatin, rep, plush, Ac.; hue rosewood and black walnut Bedroom Suits, Hair and Spring Mattresses, Ac.; HiK) vards Velvet and Brussels Carpets; Dining Koom, Librarv, Basement and Kitchen Furniture ; over 360 lots, by catalogue, to highest bidders, by LUKE FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. Auction sale.-this day. at private residence 21 East Twentieth street, near Broad way, coin IIII'IK lllf? tti iu-j (I i:n*:iv. nr,iiAi iii.'n, Auctioneer, Wild over 260 lots ot elegant Household Furniture, viz.Ho-cwood Pianoforte, elegant Parlor Suit*, Bedroom Suits, Mirrors, Brussels Carpets, Oil Painting*, Bronzes luce Curtains, l.ounges, Clocks, Bo !steads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, sprini and liair Mattresses. Also, Dinuiit Room, Baaementand Kitchen Furniture. saie positive By .ioiin h. draper a ro., auctionekrs. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company will sell 7ft,1100 TONS SCRANTON COAL at pnhlie auction. on WEDNESDAY, .luly SO, at 12 o'clock M., at 26 Exchange place. JAMES SLOAN, President. Br F. COLTON, AUCTIONEER?HOUSEHOLD FURnlture, Piano, velvet and other Carpet*, French plate Mirror*. Parlor, Dining Room and Bedroom Goods, A .?On Mondav, Julv 28, at the private residence No. 32.1 West Fifty-eighth street, between Eighth and Ninth a\enues, the entire Furniture of the family. Puller Dartiou- l lars on Sunday and Monday. On Thursday, Slot, we j nhall hold an extra large nail* of Furniture and Carpets, at the Auctioa Roouis, 63 hast Thirteenth street, neur Broadway. Fred, jewett a go., auctioneers, 183 Greenwich utreet, corner of Dcy, SATURDAY, July !#, at 10X o'clock, special sale of Hardware, Fancy Good* and Notions, consisting ol Combs, Hosiery. Gloves, Gents' Collars, Pipes, Gilt and Jet Jewelry, Inks, Periumery, A1 bum*, 4c. Also 5.(AW lbs. Coffee, in pound papers. JJKNRY B HERTS, AUCTIONEER. ijRAND CENTRAL SALESROOMS, 6M BROADWaY. SPECIAL PEREMPTORY SALE OK ENTIRE CONTENTS OF BILLIARD SALOON 787 BROADWAY, CORNER TENTH HTREKT, ON TUESDAY, JULY 29 AT 10t( O'CLOCK, comprising nine ol Kavanagh A Decker's first cl??? Billiard Tables, complete ami all In fine order; also elegant Bar, Fixtures, Counters, Mirrors, Show Cases, walnut and oak Chairs, Tables, Gas Fiitures. Regulator. Car pets. Matting, Glassware, Silvcrplated Ware, choice wines and Liquors, Cigars. Ac. Catalogues ready on Mouday, at office of Auctioneer, 68ti Broadway. I- i! WEINBERGER^ AUCTIONEER-REGULAR . sale this day (Saturday), Jut.v 26 at 10V, o'clock, at 15W Bowery, of Furniture, fine Wardrobe, rerv co?fly Bookcase, with mirror doors; Engravings and Oil Paintings, Mirrors, Parlor suite, Lounees, Carpets, Oilcloth, Watches, Gold and plated Jewelry, Cutlery, Hosiery, urv ana rancy uooas, ?c.. ?r. ?iso si i* o cioca, u large assortments Wines, Liquors and Cliampugnes. J ERE. JOHNSON. JR., AUCTIONRBB. Grand Jubilee Auction. *00 1.0U and Villa Pit is and a sp'enrild herd of Ayrshire Cattle, by oider of Mel\ille K Mead, fcaq., on Uie premises, at Parien Conn.. tCEBDaY. July 29. Oralnlla's Hand, Harrison. Collation, Weeks. Free excurdon irom NorwnlW and Stamford onlv. Partlf* irom New York will nay their tare and take 9 train from Forty-second street New York parties purchasing real estate or live stock will have lare refunded For maps, Ac..apply to JKKE. JOHN80N, Jr., zi Park row, New Yorfc. JACOB BOUART. AUCTIONBBB.?THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, at No. 1 North William street. Office Furniture, removed irom Wall street lor convenience of sale, consisting ol IA black walnut Office Desks. Counter, Partitions, tirtlce Railing, Writing Tables, Chairs, Stoves, Letter Presses, Lounges; also a general assortment ol Household Furniture, Carpet*. Looking Olasscs, Paper Hangings, one Oibbets' Piano; one carved rosewood Billiard Table, Plielan A Collender, makers; Wheeler A Wllfon Sewing Machine, Ac. MNl'SSBAl M, AUCTIONEKR. . By NU8HBAUM A CO. at salesrooms, 217 Canal | sireei, near nuinerry mrevi, mis iinv at l(>Ho clock.? I Large aale of Household, Office and Dining Koora Furulture. consisting of Solas, Lounges. Table.*, chairs, black I walnut and other Bedsteads, Mirror*, Carpets, Clocks, Paintings, Bedding, Desks, A*.; also at 2 o'clock a large lot ol Cutlerv, Kan. y and Dry do ><K Watchee. to. SHERIFF'S 8ALK-R. FIKI.D, KH KjRIFK'B AMI Oencral Auctioneer, salesroom 121 Tlowery. will sell this day, at 11 o'clock, the Stock of a Paper Bo* Manufactory, consisting oi lour Catting Machines, Paper Botes, Pasteboard. Ac, By order, I , MATTUKW T. HKKWNAN, tf lie riff. Jiaaa J, Uvislmom. Deputy. jJX. f . T Tt 4 rcn * * ~ PRICK TOUR CENTS. i , W)H ?AU. a htkam KACTORV, V*IIY KA~* TO hah auk, -I\ whliih n?v? 1110 ucr c*nt i rofli. cu ?4> i.*ym?nu. lort?.0Un. K,r?ui.- iiuiuir.i o/b KKIi.HA>. 1,1 mud 111 fcliuiureet. ! t - - - m ? t OOOD (-OKNKK MgroK RTORK?WK#T HI Of-, J\. uulowu, near tor tut* elxip, o?iim *aOther t)u?incMi good litxae; no numlmg. Addrna f KlYNN, Herald Uptown Urancn office. A FIRST CLASS UROCERV aTORE IN HHOOKI VK foraale ctifup? Alui Hakfrl-v ranMragMM1. Ye* and Variety H|r>re?; rorner 34t-at V*:kru, Rotter ai*d Cheene Htan?l?, Milk Ruiitet. (tola Water ami Seer Battling Uit<lne?*. MITrwKI<L'H t*t?re A*?n<-y. T7 (Mar 4net A CIUAR STORK. LOCATION uM HKXT t?H> J\ tiue. lor alMMloirn limn Uiiuor - larva. *a?i pic Roomii. Hentauranw. Datrjr I. neh h? h? rornt* l.iqaor tttorea (>u all avenuun aa'l baaiiie*< ?rae<* war to let. MjTCuBLL'fl SU.rc Ageti v. 71 t ?.1ar itrert. A WHOLESAI.K AND RHTWI. I.lglHH MT< 'RK. /I havtau a Rood country, faintly and -hip trade ; wtl' Mir tnvekUKatioii. SIIKI'ARn A ROBINS"* tl kradr .Ireel A FIRST CliA^B '-IOAR HTORK W1TII MAHH.K ' Room in rear; populous neighborhood; rtoiti* (oral paving Dunne**; lease; chaap rent, for aale'hie 4at a bargain. LLOVlf ? Rroadwa) AN B&TABLIMHKD HUHINKSK, CLF.ARIMO OYRR $8.1100 a y*ar ml, will be dl?[v ?ad of for ?I,W?; mt~r bonnes* the n^gu 'or f iling Ad<tr??. OFPuKTUfc TV, Herald office. ALIQPOR KTORK KOR HALE-SKAR rBRKV Inquire at 47 WMt atrect. Drug stobb bob kai.e-onk hour prom nkw York: well stocked, lundaoiat fixtures. good trs4< Ad<lrc? El'f^TORJUM, Herald otflca. DRUO BOTTLES FOB SALE-**) NM'.Tl'BKK ANf) species, suitable for ? couutry drug ?u>re. Apply at 8noreeuwlebi|tr??t???w York. For bale-a fmwe en?i liquor mtorb. wrru a free and eaay atlaehea; new iloin? a Off* rjto business. rot fttB pkrtltulnrs apply at WHtTBBI'B Brewery, 67ft Washington street __ For hale-the tine obockry store toRNiR Bedford and DaKalb avenue*, Brooklyn. For balk-a cioar store, for pahticdlabb Inquire at JOHN A. H AOMAYRR'S cigar (tor*. fbll* avenue, 1I7U> and 118th street*, Harlem FOR BALE?first class liquor htorb, with a Five VearH' Lease. Apply to SIMM BBOM. A Co., 71 New street FOR SALE-BOOK, STATIONERY AND WALL FAper Htore. within a lew miles of the city i satisfactory reasons given lor selling. Address BOOKSELLER, Herald office. For salk-the kanvfactoby and route or a new drink, tonic bear- well established, cash business, paying a large proQt; sold on aeroant of th? death ci the proprietor. Avply at M North Moore street. For bale-thrbe TEARS' muse ok FRONT AND" rear Tenemeut House*, with A One paying Liquor Store; store rent* free and $40 income j or will Mil Corner store (have, with roar yenrs' toafe.aal cannot attend to both; come and tee bargain*. Inquire of D. f. CURlev, lit Centre (treet. _ Fob sale?a liquor store on THE AVBNCB; cheap rent Inquire at obs Eighth avenue, la tb* photograph gallery. For 8ALE-A rare CUAN'CE?a DOWN TOWN sample room doing a fine day trade; oatue of Mlttsf (sickness. Apply to ROE, 76 Liberty street For sale-a lease op a splendid corners a merchant tailor's Store to let: a flue Piano Wareroom to let on the second floor ; cheap rent Apply in the Jewelry Store, ;m Fulton street, Brooklyn. For' bale-a grocery store, doing a oood business; cheap rent, with living Apartment*. Apply at No. 7M East Ninth street. For sale-on the eighth avenub, a confbctionery, witii Ice Cream and Oyater Saloon, on ac- | count ol death ;jeat paid until October. At No. 110 Eighth avenue. , . For sale cheap-loqo feet of thrkb-plt iu , inch Rubber Hose, at CiH Third a venae, Sooth Brook- - 1 lyn. _ _ JjlOR RENT 1,0W?BUSINESS STAND: SUITABLE A for the sale oi railroad, steamboat and ttmntre ttckctm (jents tarnishing good*, bonks and newspaper*, stationery, notions, truit*, Ac. No. 138 N a seam street TO MANUFACTURING JBWKLLLB0.?FOR SAI.E, the Shop, Fixtures and Business or a Oold Chain Manufactory, now doing a good business and clearing 40 per cent on capital in vested; a rare chance lor a oersou with about <8,000: or would take a partuer with f?,OOU. Address tlOLD CHAIN, bo* Ml Herald otHce. AQAA WILL BUY A LONG established wtnk I <pOUu and Lager Beer Saloon situated on one of the I best business thourooghtare* in tills city; the prawnt owuer is iioing West , to a party who understands lb* business this Is a rare chance; no agent* need apply. Address tor three days, J l* I.I US SUoLKY. Ill Bleeker it POST OFFltK \OTICK. POST OKKICE NOTICE?THfc MAILS FOB EUROPE, at thii office during the week ending Saturday. July 28, ISiS, will close on Wednesday at U M? da Thursday *t II A. M. and on Saturday at U to 12 M. .. . THOMAS L. JAMBS, T*o?tniaater. RGMOIOCS NOTICES. A Li. ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.?RE V. P. L Da vies. i>ai<tor. will preach Sabbath morning and evening, at the usual hours, ill Berean baptist church, corner oi Downing au-i be J lord streets. Ar ROBINSON IIAI.L, IH K AST SIXTEENTH street, between Union square and Kif'th avenue.? Conference at P. M. and ai7^ P. M. A lecture by O. C. Stewart, Esq., antnor oi "The Hierophant" Subject?"The Three Korin* of Paganism; or, Baalism, Judaism and Modern Christianity identical." Bishop snow will preach in the univek. Mty. Washington square, on Sumlav. at .'1 I'. M. .Subject?"Romanism in the Light ot Scripture Prophecy." CIHDMH OF TitE REFORMATION, KIFIY SEVENTH I street, between Fourth and Lexington avenues. Rev. U. T. Tracy reetor. services on Sunday next, at IU?i A. M. Sunday school at 91, A. M. pHUBCH Of THE AfONBMEST. KADISOM AVE\J nue, corner Twenty-eighth street. ?Sunday services throughout tiie summer. li)!* A. M. and p. M. FMKST BAPTIST CHCROH, OOBBRR THIRTY NINTH street and Park avenue.?Preaching by Pastor, Kcv. T. D. Anderson. D O., 10}, morning and evening, strangers cordially invited. 11RKE TABERNACLK OK Till-, MKHIUIUHI' KIMS, copal church, I'hirty-tourth street, between Seventii and Eighth a\enues, Rev. John E. i ookinan, pastor.? I Preaching at 10;a A. M. and Hi 1*. M. Seals tree. Tho public welcome. OPEN ALL SUMMER?THE CHURCH OK THE Strangers, Mercer street, near Wavcrley place. All the seats tree, he v. Dr. Dei ins to pre.it ii to-morrow, at lUij A. M., and 8 P. M. KEV. W AYLA V D HOTT, PASTOR, WILL I'RKACII in the Tabernacle Baptist church, Second avenue aud Tenth street, next Sunday, at 10'i a. M. and P. M. subject for evening sermon :?"Tuu Way ot the True Lite. KKV. DAVI!) B. JUTTEN, PASTOR OK Sixteenth Hnuti-t church. West Sixteenth streut. near i-.iglitli avenue, will |>reauli on Sunday nio ninj; at 10 u*?; evening, 7 :4S. A cordial invitation U extended to all to MM and worship With us. REV. GEO. B. CROOK, D.D , WII-L PREACH IN THK Lexington avenue Methodist Episcopal chorch, corner Flltv-si cond street, .Sunday at 1U>? A. M Preaehinvr also ai 8 o'clock I* M. Services every Sabbath iu this church during the Summer. All seat* free. REV. WM. P. CORB1T. PASTOK OF DEKALBAVHNUE Methodist Episcopal Church, Brooklyn will preach to morrow morning and evening. Seam ir.'e. l?e Kall> avcuue cars Irom Pulton Ferry paw the church. SERVICE OF SONG AT ASSOCIATION UALL, TWENTY, third street, corner Fourth avenue, Sunday evening at 7^ o'clock. An address to young men alHo'cloc* bv James VV I.apslev, Esq., oi Seiuia, Ala. WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, west Twenty-second street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.?Preaching Sabbath morning and evening, at and 7 :?5. by the pastor, Rev. J. K. Uemarest. Strangers welcomed. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.-REOUlar monthly meeting will be held Monday evening next, the 28th lust, at 8 o'clock. Ail members invited. ? ?- _ ? INgTHrCTIOK. Business writing, bookkeeping, arithmetic, Ac., lor business or private use. DOI.BEAR'S Commercial College. 875 Broadway, corner of Eighteenth street, remains open dav and evening all summer. Gentlemen, ladle* or boys can have special lessons iu any branches desired, stillness, cramping, trembling or nervoume?? entirely cured. / 1HKOARAY INSTITUTE fF.KT aRi.lfllipn TV NEW V/1 York in 1*14) ?Knglish and French tor young ladles and misses. Boarding and day pupil*. I,ft27 and 1,8? Spruce street, Philadelphia, I'a. frcnch In the language of the family and is constantly spoken in the Institute. Mine. O'HKKVIl.l.V, Principal. Pennsylvania military academy, Chester. Pa. (lor. boarders only).?Twellth annual swmiou opens Wednesday, September 10. Civil Engineering, Clusslcs and English taught. Apply to Colonel TME0DORE HYATT, President. Bl'ROPE. pauoiT t ca, iii at rkoent strkrt, low \X don, lieit lo draw the attention of thoso Americans about to visit England to their very large stock of real Indian, Persian, Turkey and Morocco Carpets; also to their English Ctfpill in choice and exclusive design*. C"11'ERLAIN, 15 RUB DE LA PAI.X, PARIS. T Ambrosial Cream (or Shaving. Fashionable Perfume tur the Uandkercblef. Kail I.ustral* tor the Hair. * Rati de Cologne (preparation speclale). THE QUERN'S HOTEL NEAR THE CRYSTAL Palace, Upper Norwood, Loudon.?To tourists ana families ?Its elevated, pleasant mid most salubrious position, combtna.t with the comforts afforded and ita general management, have made the Wf*?"* tavorite resort of the upper ruuks ol English society. phopoeam. DR0P08ALN FOR C1RANITE AND LIMKKTONE] 1 hast River Bridge.-Sealed proposals will be received until August 7. 1*73 at noon, tor the delivery of 125 cubic vards of cut granite face titone and H,*N) cubic yards of lace Stone an.i UitcKIng, either granite or limestone; all required daring the present year for the Brooklyn anchorage, Bust River Mrldge. Plana and -../.rin.nili.ns rnn be seen at the engineer's ottlce. Ad drew MiW YOJI& tfKUKte CO* PAN If. Hrookkvu. W.