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WHOLE NO. 13,510. MRECTOBY FOB 1DVFBTISEBS. AMUSEMENTS?Ninth Paon?Third, fourth, fifth and sixth columns. ? ARTROLOUY?Elktkiftb Pace?Sixth column. BILLIA RI?8?Twelfth Page?Filth column. HOARDERS WANTED?Eletexth Page?Firrt, second, third and lourth columns. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?Eleventh PACE? fourth and filth columns. * BROOKLYN BOARD?Klevksto Paof?Fifth column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOB SALE?Second Page? FirM and *ccoud columns. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Twelfth page-Slxth column. BUSINESS NOTICES?seventh Pace?Sixth colnmn. CIO ARS AND TOHACCO-Pifth Page?Sixth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Second Page?First column. CLERKS AND SALESMEN-twelfth pace-Fourth column. COACH MEN AND GARDENERS?Twelfth Page?Fourth column. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Second Page?Filth col unm, copartnerships?Fifth Page?Fourth column, COUNTRY BOARD?Klktknth Pack? Htth column. DANCING ACADEMIES? Ninth Page?Third column. DENTISTRY?Eighth Page?Sixth column. DRY GOODS? Fihst Pagk-Fttth and sixth columns. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED?Eighth Pag*?First, second and third columns. ? EUROPEAN M KAMSHIP8?Secohd Pag*?Fourth and With columns. EUROPE?Ninth Pag*?First column. EYES AND EARS?Fikst Page?'-ixth column. EXCURSIONS?Sbcomu Pag*?sixth column. FIN ANi'IAL?Fifth Pagk?Third and lourih column* FINE ARTS?Fifth Pack?Sixth column. FOR sale?Eighth Pack?Filth and sixth column* FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Eighth Page?Third and fourth columns. FURNITURE?Eleventh Page?-ixth column. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Twelfth Page?8eoond and third column* . HELP WANTED-MALE8?Twelfth face-Fourth and tilth columns. _ _ , . HORSES, CARRIAGES, Ac.-Fiitar PAOE-Third and lourth columns. HOTELS?Elf.venth Page?Fillh column. HOUSES, ROOMS, Mh WANTED? Nihth Page?First column. INSTRUCTION?Puwt PAO*-Slxth column. JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN REAL ESTATE FUR SALE?Second PAGE? Second column. _ ? LOAN OFFICES?First Page?Fourth column. LOST AND FOUND?Fiest Pagk?First and second column* MACHINERY?Eighth Page?Sixth column. MARBLE MANTELS?Fifth Page?Sixth column. MATRIMONIAL?Fifth Page?Sixth column. MEDICAL?Twelfth Park?Fifth column MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?Filial PAGB-Slxth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tenth PaceNixth column. MISCELLANEOUS?Ninth Page?First column. MUSICAL?Ninth Paon?Second column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?Seventh Page?Sixth column. NEWSPAPERS?Ninth Page?Second column. PERSONAL?Kikst Page?First column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.?Ninth Page?Second column. PROPOSALS?Twelfth Page?Sixth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALES? Twelfth Page?Second column. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?Second Page?Second and third columns. SEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE-Hecond pagx-Thtrd and tourth columns. SEAL ESTATE WANTED?Second Page?Fourth column. REIGIOUS NOTICES?First Pace?Filth .column. RESTAURANTS?Second Page?Sixth column. REWARDS?First Page?Second column. SALES AT AUCTION?Ninth Pack?second column. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Twelfth PAGE? First and second columns. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALES?Twelfth Page?Third and tourth columns. SPECIAL NOTICES?First Page?Second and third columns. SPORTING? DOOS, BIRDS, AC.?First Page?Third column. STORAGE?Fifth Page?Sixth column. 8UMMBR RESORTS?Eleventh Page?Fifth and Sixth columns. THE TRADES?Twelfth Page?Fifth column. THE TURF?First I'aok?Third column. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Eighth Page? First column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?second PAG*?Fifth and Sixth columns. UNFURNISHED ROOM8 AND APARTMENTS TO LET?Eighth Page?Fourth and Qlth columns. WANTED To PURCHASE?Ninth Pace?I bird column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?Second Page?Second column. WINES, LIQUORS, AC.?Eleventh Page?Sixth column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC. ?Second Page?Sixth column. HERALD BRANCH OFFiCE?UPTOWN. J^DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD * RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OFFICE, 1^65 BROADWAY AND 530 SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY-SECOND STREETS. OFFICE OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT IN THE TEAR. ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED AT ALL HOURS UP TO 9 P. M. AT OFFICE RATES. NEWSDEALERS AND BOYS SUPPLIED WITH HERALD AT 4 O'CLOCK EVERY MORNINO. ADVERTISERS AND NEWSDEALERS ATTENDED TO WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST 80CALLED BRANCHES IN TWENTY-THIRD AND THIRTY-SECOND STREETS. TO PREVENT OVERCHARGES. PARIS AOEACY OF THE NEW YORK HERALD. ESSRS. KREMER A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER, ' - " ?- , HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENT9 FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEALCBS WITH COPIES OF"THE HERALD, AND ALSO B1NGLE NUMBERS OK THIS PAPER, TO PARTIES REQUIRING THEM. PERSONAL. BOYLE.-MARY AND ANN BOYLE AND MARY FREEman, or any one knowing their address. Is requested to write to ELIZABETH MALOOM, who has just arrived from Dundee. Address her < are ot Herald other. New York. BIRDIE?WILL DINE WITH YOU THURSDAY, IN Clinton street; everything in order; am dying to see yon. JACK. CR. R.-RETURN TO YOUR FRIENDS. ALL WILL ? be forgiven. 64. CB. R.-DO WRITE. ALL WILL BE FORGIVEN. ? R. K. M. . B1ULT0N KERRY TUESDAY EVENING, SORE FOOT ? If attentions honorable address X. Y., Post office, ' Wllltamshuru. Genbrai.#?i am not living with my sister; come ana sec for yourself ANNIE WARNER, 149. Hattie smith-formerly of fourth street. tend your address to HARRY, box 204 Herald office IF MODOCS HAVE ARRIVED IN THE CITY, PLEASE send address to station F. J. K. INFORMATION WANTED?OF MR. L. OR E. KILL- * covne, of'Ingham, county -Migo. Ireland, by Duke M. Address DUKE, lleraid office, for three days. Lionei#?8ec0rk box FOR the w. w. newcomb Testimonial, next Saturday niglit, at Toby Pastor's Opera House. dan vers. MALCOM.-,JOHN MALCOM, YOUR SISTER HAS arrived In New York Iroin Dundee; please send your address to her. ELIZABETH MALCOM, Herald office, New York. Mr. sa.nford will please call on mrs. Rates, at 18 East Thirteenth street, immediately, on business ot importance. MRS. RICHMOND, LATE OF BROOKLYN, WISHES Mrs. Brooks and other friends to address her at station F. "4<j^?ay the fay i" (FAY). MANDY H.?HAVE DECIDED TO GO WITH YOU TO Jones' Wood this atternoon to hear Henry's March, *Tetc do l'Amee," played. ROVER. OL. Y.-WHEN DO YOU LEAVE? ADDRESS . FRANK RAY, box 1W Herald offlue. OF THE TWO YOUNG LADIES IN MOURNINU WHO rode up town in Filth avenue stage to Forty-seventh wreet, on Saturday atternoon, will the blonde please send address to undersigned, with such particulars as. will avoid mistakes, JOHNSON, box 140 Herald Uptown Branch officer P? IF YOU CANNOT FORGET, LET AT LEAST mercy fall on a distracted mind, and go tor a letter. N. F. Rover-have decided to go with you to Jones Wood this atternoon to hear Henry's "March Tete de I'Armee ' played. MAUDY H. Sarah seacord.-lost-a little girl, aged nine years Lett her home last Tuesday morning to go to the store on an errand . she Is large tor her age ana nail on a Iliac calico dress, with a little ruffie on the bot torn, anil a brown apron , Dolly Vsrden hat, with a little bunch ol green (lowers on the hack, and slipper* on her fleet; she has dark eyes and brown hatr. Any IntormaHon will be thanklullv received and liberally rewarded by her distracted mother, MARTHA SKAOOKD, 7l3Thlrd avenue. WANTED?INFORMATION OF PATRICK BMITH, parish Templepool, county Cavan, Ireland, a son of James Smith and Nancy Curran; landed here In June. Any Information of biui will be thankfully received by bis sister. CATHERINE SMITH, at IS1 West Forty-sixth Ireet, New York city. Papers please copy. ? Bank book lost-bank book no. 33o,.vw, of the Bowery Savings Bank. Is missing. The finder Is reqnested to return It te the benk. If not restored before lbs 18th Jay or September. 1873, application will be made la the bank far a naw book. Boat lost.-lost, from nkwark bay. mth Inst., a Bt. Lawrence River built Boat, about 31 tect Ions, painted green, sharp stern. A liberal reward will jwj^aid for its recovery, Address >}ox 1,933 New York ENE NE1 1AIHT 4HO WU'VD. Lost?on steamer Wisconsin, op williams a Cuum line, on June IS, 1873, * l'ortmanteeu, contain ina. besides other valuable* and paper*, a roll In manuscript called "A Critical Guide to the Study of the Goapei of St. Matthew." A oiixt liberal reward will be nnid lor the return of the manuscript only, and no questions whatever asked. Address KDWaRD MATUftlN, KUpenuy Saving* Bank, Astor place. New Vork. Lost-a sum op money, in a small white envelope. bearing the name of a judge. The honest finder, leaving it ut No. 41 East Thirtieth street, will be suitably rewarded. Lost?badge no. 20, ninth veteran asbociation, on Broadway, between Cedur and Leonard streets, on Saturday, August 16. A liberal reward will be given on its return to C. FORBES, People's Bank. LOST-a package of papers; NO value to any one except tbe owner. A liberal reward will be given lor tlielr return *0 160 West Forty-sixth street Lost?on thursdav, mtii instant, two young Dogs, color whitish and spots: $6 will bo paid to any one returning to H0 and lis St. James place, Brooklyn. . IOST-ON FRIDAY N?OHT, ON SIXTH AVENUE, A J black and tan Dog. with red leather collar and lock; white spot on the breast and bare spot on back. The ttndur will be huiMhmmely rewarded on bringing him to 101 West Twenty-cigthh street. IOST OR 8TOLEN-ON AUGUST 16, A CERTIFIED J Check, drawn by W. If. Xacfarland, payable to tho order ol C. Annerborry, tot >376, on the National State Bank of new York. ABRAMS & STTLWKLL, |tB East Twenty-fourth street. IOST?ON STATEN IKI.AND BOAT, VI'HTERDAT J morning, a Pocketbook, containing $60 and soma Papers. A liberal rowitM for their return to Belmont Hail, New Brighton, S. I,. STOLEN?AUGU8T ]A W73, A BIO IRON GRAY Horse, 17 bands high, heavy mane and tail; little sore forward; stnlcu from the.pasture lot ot A.Malilaiedt: $25 reward for tiiet; $10 tor horse. New Rocliclle, Westchester county. 6. Y. HKWAltDtt. d?"l REWARD WILD BE PAID FOR THE RETURN 'P 1 of a Bnnch or Keys, lost Saturday -afternoon, to 308 East Twenty-seventh street. <J?"I A REWARD.?LOST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, A Pi. 1/ small black and tan Slat, on the cornorof Thirtysecond street and Third avenue. Any one returning her to M Fourth avenue will receive the above reward. dt?1A REWARD. ?LOST, ON WEDNESDAY MORN P11/ ing, a small Yellow Scotch Terrier Dog; answers to the name of Crib. Above reward will be paid by returning the same to PARKER'S, Broadway and Thirty fourth streef: A A REW ARD. ?NOTICE?IN THE YEAR 1851 OR PJA/U 1851 Francis P. Doyle issald to have constructed twenty-one (21) tin oblong gas reflectors, with upper reflecting surfaces, tor an Englishman or Scotchman, then stopping on Broome street, near Broadway. These reflectors are said to have been lined with glass In sections or panels; one sold and pat up In a book or stationery store on the west side of Broadway, near White or Walker street; another In a cigar store on tho west side of Broadway,between Howard and Canal streets; another in a little tancyor thread and noodle store on the west side of Broadway, about two doors above Brooinc street; another in a store east side of Broadway, a little south ot Fourth street?all prior to the year 1855. Three (3) similar reflectors are said to have been sold by said Doyle about the same time, and put aa, one in a tailor's store on south side of Broome street, noar Broadway, near a saloon then known as "Bunch of OrHpes;" another in George W. Betts'carpet store, under the St Nicholas Hotel; two more at Mrs. Wetteschiem's chocolate rooms, lie Spring street, and three-more at the saloon known oh "Stanwix Hall." A reward of one hundred dollars ($100? will be paid bv the subscribers upon the production of citlier of said identical rctlcct- rs, with information leading to m>i iniauiurjr uruui ui iu> iubiiuiv uuu 01 its snicut or annul the time indicated, and seventy-five (#75) dollars reward will be paid lor intorruation leading to satisfactory proof of llic sule ot pny of said reflectors at the time indicated. PKTRY BROS. A CO.. 295 Pearl street 8CHMIDLIN A DRISCOLL, 119 Mercer street F. P. DOYLE, 237Centre street Reward.?any person giving any inform a. i tion ot a little white Spitz Dog, about two years old, will receive the reward of $23 by calling on IDA STEWART, 107Ji Greene street, to whom the dog belongs. 8PECIAJL NOTICES. j^ ?grandest scheme ever known. fourth grand gift concert tor the benefit of the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. 12,000 Cash Gifts. $1,600,000. Every Fifth Ticket draws a Gift. S2fi0.000~ior $90. The Fonrth Grand Gift Concert authorised bv special act of the Legislature, tor the benefit of the Public Library ot Kentucky, will take place iu Public Library Hall, at Louisville, Ky., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 187S. Only 60,000 tickets wiH be sold, and ono-half of these are itrended tor the Eoriipean market thus leaving only 30,0:0 lor sale in the united States, where 1:0,0JO were disposed of for the T,_-d Concert. The tickets are divided Into ten coupons or ports, and have on their backs the Scheme, with a full explanation of the mode of drawing. At tnis Concert, whioh will be the grandest musical display ever witnessed in tins country, the unprecedented sum of $1,500,000. divided Into $12,000 cash Gift*, will be distributed by lot among the ttcketdiolders. The numbers of the tickets to be drawn Irom ouu wheel by blind children, and the gilts from another. LIST OF GIFTS. One grand cash gift $290,000 One grand cash gift 100,000 One grand cash gilt AO.OOO One grand cash gilt 23,000 One grand cash gilt 17.5:0 10 cash gilts, $10,000 eacn 100,000 30 cash gilts, 5,000 each 15U.0U0 80 cash gilts, 600 each 40,000 100 cash gifts, 400 each 40.00U ISO rash gi't.s, SOOcach 46.0110 260 cash gifts, iOlo.tch 60, KM) 32ft cash sifts, 100 each 32,800 11.000 cash silts, CO each 650,cOO total, 12,001 gifts, all cash, amounting to $1,5 Xl.ncO The d Istrlbution will be positive. whether all the tiekcts are sold or not, and the 12,000 gilts all paifl in proportion to the tickets sold, all unsold tickets being destroyed, as ut the first and second concerts, and not represented in the drawing. PRICE OP TICKETS. Whole tickets, $ft0; Halves. $26; Tenths, or each coupon, $6 ; 11 Whole Tickets for $600 : 22 halt Tickets lor $1,000; 113 Whole Tickets tor $6,000; 2i7 Whole Tickets tor $10,000. No discount o;t less than $500 worth of tickets at a time. The unparalleled success of the Third (Jilt Concert, ns well as the satislnetion given bv the First and Second, makes it only necussary to announce the Fourth to insure the prouipt sale of every ticket. The Fourth Oift Concert will he conducted in all its details like the Third, and full particulars may be learned front circulars, which will be sent iree from this office to all who applv tor them. Tickets now ready lor sale, and ail orders accompanied by the money promptly filled. Liberal terms given to those who buy to sell again. THOMAS E. BRAMLETTE, Agent Public Library, Ky., anil Manager Oift Concert, Public Library Building, Louisville. Ky. A -HERALD BRANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN, . corner of Fulton avenue and Boerum street. Open troni 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. On Sunday from 3 to 9 P. M. i ? ORAND TEMPLE OIFT CONCERT AT OMAHA.? At $?n,.WO to tie distributed among ticket holders, August 30, 1873. One chance la nine. Positively no postponement. Tickets $1 each ; six lor $.*. B. HEWITT, City Agency, 79 Nassau street, room 6. A ?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY, FOR THE BENE. tit ot the Schools of Frankfort, draws daily. For information send or apply to JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 196 Broadway. room 4. A?HAVANA LOTTERY?NEXT DRAWING AUGUST . 3o. Circulars free. JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 196 Broadway, New York, room 4. A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED with Dinner from 12 to 2 P. M. in a French family, 490 Broom# street, second floor. Bankers and brokers' office, 1,207 broadwny, opposite Oilae.v House. Drawings of tho Havana and Kentucky Lotteries regularly received and filed. CVHARLES !!. TURNO?STAINED GLASS FOR j churches and dwellings, 333 East Twenty-third street, between First and Second avenues. riARD. VV We beg to inform our customers that the fire of the 12th iust., at our branch salesroom 170 and 172 Centre street, causes no interruption to our business, our principal stock of veneers and hardwood lumber being at our warerooms and mill 186 to 2H) Lew s street, corner Rixth street. East River. GEORGE W. REED A CO. 200 Lf.wi" Sr?KKT, New Tons, August 1ft 1873. CARL H. SCHULTZ, successor to Sehnltx & Warker. 860 Broadway, corner ol Seventeenth street and Union square. Mineral spring Waters, examined and endorsed by the leading chemical authorities ot the United States. Natural Mineral Waters kept on hand. The business (including the control of the Central Park Mineral Bprtngs) continues the same as heretofore, Mr. Warker having withdrawn March 1, 1872. CITY OF HAMBURG LOTTERY. -THE WHOLE TICHL et. No. 2ft,364, which drew the flrat priae of 12,000 marks on July 17, was sold by, ?Next drawing, August 27 and 28, 1873. Havana Lottery of Cuba. One half of ticket No. 1,350, which drew $100,000 on July 12, waa sold bv me. Next drawing August So, 1873. ltnval Saxon Government Lottery, lirnnswlck Government Lottery. Prizes cashed and information given. TI1EODOR Z8CHOCH, Post office box 6,0*0 116 Nassau street, NewYork._ i.-lOK 8ALF. CHEAP?A COMPLETE SEVENTH REOI. ' ment rniform, nearly new. Address T. B. K., Brooklyn Branch Herald office. HAVANA LOTTERY-NEXT DRAWING, AUGUST 30. Ocrman State Lotteries. Send for circulars. RITTER k CO? box 3,836 Post office, 8ft Nassau street, room 4.; hrancn othce 1,017 Third ?v., near 60th at., llr.st (loor. Havana lottery-drawing uth inst.?no. 16,301 drew $100,000; 9.322, $?l,000 ; 27,618, $25,000; $8,011, $10,000; 17,460 and 1,682. $15,000 each. New scheme out. B ALEnCE, 63 Oedar street, New York. Post office box 4,261. TTAVANA LOTTERY-DRAWING AUGUST 30. JLL Circulars mailed free. K. ORTEGAS' Successor, Post office box 1,846. No. 9 Wall street. INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION A SPECIALTY.?DR. A Halkett, late of Paris, havingnever lailod, will nnder; no cure no pay. Office 832 Broadway, KUHLMANN A CO., BANKERS, 40 BROADWAY, execate orders (or Havana Lottery, wholesale and retail, aud cash pri/.cs. Foreign Exchange and Passage AWlo#. Post office bp* HfttJO. **. " , , \ W YO N YORK, SUNDAY, AUGl KPKCIAIi NOTICES. NEW SCHEME OP ROYAL HAVANA.?$525^000^TO be drawn August 30. Kentucky Bute and Herman Lotteries Prices cashed and information riven. Circulars iree. PAIIKS A CO., Agonts and Brokers, 178 Broadway, room 2, opposite Cortlandt street Private oOlce attached. 12>a per cent commission allowed. OFFICIAL DRAWING NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY, lor the benefit ol the common school and poor luud. RITRA CLASS, RO. 201-AUGUST 16. 1873. 62, 55, 2J, 6, 66, 2(1, 65, 3(1 46, 42, 49 69. NORTH CA KOI.IN A, CLASS NO. 202?AUGUST 16, 1873. 78, 58, 67, *4, II, 52, 26, 2L 3, 69, 39. 61. 50. 12. UKRKEN k CO.. Managers. LUTIIY k CO., Brokers, 2S4 Greenwich street. New York. OFFICIAL DRAWINGS KENTUCKY STATF. LOTTERIES. BRNTUCRY?1XTKA CLASS NO. 487?AUGUST 16. 1873. 17. 61. 26, 2, 12. 4, 52. 21. 57, 70, ?. 22. RRKTUCRY?CLASS HO. 4?8? AUGUST 16, 1873. 72, 76, 73, 48, .'6, 67, 251, 17, 32. 2, 55, 77, 58, 61. SIMMONS A CO.. Managers, Covington, Ky. SBELBY COLI.BCX?RXTHA CLASS NO. 387?AUGUST 16, 1873. 6, 2. 70, 16, 44. 3, 27, 65, IB, 42. 7. 50. SURLHT CO LLBUa?CLASS H& 188?AUGUST 16, 1873. 24, 4V, 19, 26, 7 62, 18. 17. 74, 8. 75, 10, 36. 72. SMITH A CO., Managers. Oovinston, Ky. Address J. ClUTK, Broker, No. 206 Broadway. 15B Fulton street and No. 2 l ark row. l'osi office bo* 4.969. PERSONS OK EDUCATION, REFINEMENT AND ADvanceil ideas, willing to co-operate in a plan' ot colonization lor klndrea sprits to better their condition In - every way, will communicate, giving such particulars anu suggestions as they like, with R. MANLY, Herald i omen, Royal havasa lottery. Now' Scheme out; (528,000 drawn every 17 daya, commencing August 3U. 187.1. 1 prize ot #1W,0#0 1 prize ot 30.000 1 prize of ,(>00 2 prizes of $10,000 *0,000 I> prizes ol (.'<,000. . 30,000 897 other prizes. Circulars sent, information irtven. J. B. MARTINEZ k CO., 10 Wall ztiwet Post office boa MM. New York. Royal Havana lottrry. change of scheme ; $030,000 drawn every 17 days, apiniuenctug August 30. One prize of $100,OCO One pnze ol fto.OJO One prize of 25,000 Two prizes of 10,000 Six prizes of 5,000 597 other prizes, amounting to $800,(00. lnforinatiuji furnished; orders filled. Circulars sent free on application. .Spanish Bank Bills ami (love rnui?>nts purchased. TAYLOR k CO.. Bankers. 11 Wall street wiuoon n uino,-i.Ti runiiA nun uivrcn Aiiuur O the silver and other mineral milieu and latul situated > In Southwestern Arkansas by ERNEST WIEDEMANN, Washington, Hempstead county, Art STAMMERING.?NEW YORK 8TAMEERINO INHTItute, established IH70, 107 West Twenty-third street, reopened August I, instead of October 1: no pay tor Board (when required) or our services until cured. TO THE PUBUC. Orrici or Thomas Wars eh, i No. 112 East Fourteenth Street. } Nrw Yoke, August 14, 1873. i It affords me great pleasure to Inform you that I have this day resumed the business of the manufacture of Artificial Mineral Waters, established by me in 1861, and afterwards carried on by schultz A vVarker. Referring to the note of Professor Chandler and soliciting your vuluable patronage, 1 remain, very respectfully, TIIOMAM WAKKEK. School or Minks, Columbia College, > New York, June 6, 1873. i Dkar Sir?In response to your Inquiry I would say that I shall be pleaded to accept the. position of chemist to vour Mineral Water establishment. I will give you the benefit of my advice and counsel, and take chargeoi the manufacture of the waters and be responsible tor their good quality. Verv truly yours, Jo. r. Chandler. TO CHESS PUTIM, CONNOI8SKUR8 OF ART, AC. For sale or exchange, tho most magnificent Cneasboard and Chessmen ever seen In America; just arrived from India: prior $200. Address INDIA, Herald office. &??<> Kt\(\ ?K ANI) < 11FTOON OKRT8.?OAT A WB A ip'lj.oWi/, Valley Land Oompany; 80,000 tickets only; MID caali gins; each ticket has four cbunee.N; tickets $2 50 each. Send tor circular. Eleven tickets lor $25. Office, Wilmington, N. t;. HALL A CO., Agents. ?\qo is drawn daily in the legalJOt/.tJOt/ tred Kentucky lottery. Royal Havana and Kentucky circulars tree. 12>*c. commission allowed. Address HALEY A CO. (office established 30 years), 174 Broadway. ? SPORT IIVG?DOGS, BIRDS, AC. Avery bijperior breech-loading shotgun for sale?Made by W. Richards, Liverpool, and cost ?80 sterling ($100, gold', in London last September; is as good as new; has leather case. Ac., and will be sold low, as owner has no use for it. A KION PIANOFORTE COMPANY, No. 8 East Fourteenth street 1710K SALE CHEAP?A GENUINE DOUGALL CEN1 tral Fire Lock Past Gun, (new). Address E. L., 171 East Eighty-s?!venUi street. Ju8t arrived from the tyrol. europe. with Canary Birds; green, brown; good singers; per dozen, $27. No. 413 Broadway, Williamsburg. THE TIRF. P~R08PVCT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.? Fall Running Moeting, three days, September 9,11 and 13. The above association also claim the week commencing Tuesday, September 23, tor their Fall Trotting Meeting. Premiums announced hereafter. GEORGE W. OAKLEY, Superintendent. PROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.? Monday August IS, 3 o'clock; good day anil track; Sweepstakes S2UU, mile heats, 3 in in harness; M. Rogers' b. g. Baker Boy; L. R. Sammis' b.g. George Gillets; W. Thorns' b. g. Slippery Dick; U. W. Howe's b. in. Sarah Jail?. GEORGE W. OAKLEY, Superintendent The prospect park pair ground ass'ooiatlon oirer a purse of $100 for horses that have never beaten 3 minutes; $rti to first, $3u to second anil $1U to third; to be trotted Thursday, Angina 21; entries to clone Mon,lay, August 18, at 9 o'clock P. M., at 189 Montague street, Brooklyn. GEORGE. W. OAKLET, Superintendent. HORSES, CAKRlAtSKS, ?SC. At barker a cuase's CITY AUCTION MART and New York Tattersall's, CORNEB OK BROADWAY and Thirtv-ninth street, MAJOR CHARLES W. BARKER, Auctioneer. REGULAR HALE OK TROTTERS. ROADSTERS, Family, Business AND WORK HORSE&, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, Ac.. EVERY WEDNESDAY nnd Saturday, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. T TUE IIOKSK AND CARRIAGE AUCTION"MART OK WILLIAM VAN TASSKLL (8UCCEHHORTO JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL), at the old stand, 110,112 and 114 Kant Thirteenth street, near Kourth avenue. REGULAR SALES OK HORSES AND CARRIAGES WILL BE HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND KRIDAY, AT 12 o'clock. GENTLEMEN WISHING TO PURCHASE. OR THOSE having Horses or Carriages to sell, will find thin house perfectly reliable, as this business will he conducted on the same straightforward principles which have governed It in the past. We give the purchaser ol'every horse that is warranted sound from 24 to 48 hours for trial. Horses and Carriages always on hand at private sale. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. A" ^THOM AS L. D. BALL A'CO., . 138 Wooster street, between Prince and Houston streets. Broadway cars pass the door every three minutes. Manufacturers, wholesale and retail Commission Merchants. A large and complete assortment of single and double buggy, rookaway. coupe, truck nnd roach Harness. Track anil Livery Harness a specialty. k TROTTER KOR SALE. EOR HALF HIS VALUE.? JL?. nay nurfc, o jt?u, nuuui iio>z iiuiiub oigii; lull 01 frame; an nice a road horse as there Is In the country; sold for'want of use.; never was trained. Can show S3 gait. Fur particulars address A. J. W., Herald office. A?CLOSING OUT OP ALL KINDS OF CARRIAOE9, . hoth new and second hand; double and single Harness, Whips. Sheets and Lap Dusters. 144 West Broadway, near Canal street. A PRIVATE GENTLEMAN OFFERS FOR HALE A hoy trotting Horse, 14.1^ hands iilgh, 10 years old; kind and gentle in all harness, hutvery high spirited and stvlish driver; is pure gaited, with high knee action; he has trotted better than 2 -VI, and trotted last week, under the owner's driving, a half mile in 1:1B; he is perfectly sound and is not afraid of anything. AT PRIVATE RALE, AT THE MART OF ARCH. JOHNSTON, 19 to 25 Thirteenth street, near University place. A VALUABLE HORRK FOR SALE?FOR HALF HIS value; sound and kind; suitable for a lady to drive. S. SMITH. 2U2 William Street, Kranktort House. A?YOU CAN DO BETTER In buying a Top Wagon, Phaeton, Rockaway. Road, Business, Depot Wagon or Harness, AT NO. 8 CORTLANDT STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, THAN ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE COUNTRY. GOOD CITY EXPRESS ROUTE, WITH HORSES and Wagons, (or sale cheap; established five years. Applv at 245 West Eighteenth street. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK ALL KINDS OK new and second hand top and no-top Wagons and Kockawnys, to be sold very cheap lor cash; also the M. D.'s Phaeton Coupe, patented May 20, 1873. GEO. II YOUNG, Third avenue and I2flth street A?CARRIAGES FOR TOWN OR COUNTRY. AN elegant assortment of six and lour seat Rockaways, Coupe Rockaways, Cabriolets, Phaetons and other seasonable Carriages tor sale by A. R. KLANDKAU, Nos. 7 and is Last Eighteenth street, near Fifth a v. A~ N ELEGANT VICTORIA, TWO SIX-HEAT BRKTT8, Park Phaeton, six-seat Rockaway, at bargains. Reasonable styles tamily Carriages and light Wagons, great variety ; reduced prices. Manufacturers' union, 638 Broadway. An elegant road horse-bright bay, sired by California I'atchen, dam Vermont tnare, I3K hands nigh, 6 years old; thoroughly broken to all harness; lady or chlnl can drive him; can trot now better than 2 50; never handled for speed; WARRANTED TO &HOW THE TIME, and warranted sound; AT THE ART OF ARCH. JOHNSTON, 19 (o 25 Thirteenth street, near University place, where he can he seen and tried. Avery stylish dog-cart phaeton in splendid order, top shifts to cither scat; will be sold at a bargain; also one top Wagon, city made. BRADLEY, PRAY A CO., I!?8 Broadway. A BREWS! KR (BROOME STREET) TOP WAGON, $lG5:onc Duaenbury Top Wagon, $145; one Skeleton Wagon, by I'rav, of Boston. 120; one Sulky, by Dubois; one Slivers Road Wagon, $125; one cut-under Park Phaeton, two scats. $14(1; open-top Phaetons. $110 up; top and open Express Wagons, two Jaggers, one light Coach, one Haroncbe, single and double Hsrneas, Sheets, Whips, Nets, Ac. w. II. GRAY, 21 and 22 Woostcr street. A?THREE CHEAP HORSES, FIT FOR CARTS. trncxs or express work, for ?alc as owner Is retiring front l>u. Ipes* luniUre at 297 Wot iUtsefc RK H JST 17, 1873.?TRIPLE SHE HOKBKB. C ARKI AUKS. dtC. A special and peremptory balk, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON TUESDAY, AUO. 19. AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP, AT THE OLD ESTABLISHED CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY OF EDWARD M. OKDNEY, NO. 1,314 BROADWAY, BETWEEN FORTY-FIRST AND FORTY-SBCOND STREETS, ot the entire stock of (lntshea and nntlntiihed Work, Tools nnd Stock, consisting of Bellows, Anvil*, Tools, Drills, Bolts, Clips, Springs, lot of steel Tire: also, lot o! Iron; ulso lot oi new Wheels Hubs, Spokes, Kim-. Shalts, Poles, Hows, Ac.; also Paint Mills, lot ol Paint Colors. Varnish, Pumice Stone, Brushes, Ac.; also tour Stovea lot Carpet, Oiieloth, leather, rubber Apron Cloth. Ac.; also three new lull spring top Wagons, one top side bar Wagon, one open Wagon, one Dcuot Wagon, one Queen's Phaeton, two pony Phaetons, two Stivers' open Wagons, two sets of new Harness, office Desk, Ac. Tne whole will be sold to the highest bidder, in coioeuuenee ol Mr. Gedney having sold the building and retiring from the business. JENKINS A DUFF, Auctioneers. At our factory, 1,404 broadway. above Thirtv-ninth street, are second hand Carriages, as followa, In good order, aud lor sale at very low prices:? Barouche. I Coupe Rockawav, Four seat Phaeton, | Bix scat Roekaway, Top Road Wagon, Two wheel Cart. Counc. I Clarence. BRADLEY. PRAY A C0._ A gentleman's complete turnout at a sacrifice ?Sorrel Marc, 15 hand* high, ti years old; sound and kind; been driven by a lady; can trot in :w minute*; Stivers top Wagon, almoHi new; Iiunsrumlil Harness; tbc owner is In want of cash and will sell Our l complete turnout for $5(10; It cost him $1,MO two month* ago. Call on P. miiokt, Esq., Sun Francisco stables, 111 feat Forty-sixth street. pHEWSTBR (OF BROOME STREET) X> Second band Wagons, with or without top, or fonr Elliptic soring* and side bars, some in superb order, tor sale by a. s. flanDKAt', Nos^jT and 18 Ea*t Eighteenth street, near Fltth av, ClOl'PKS. LANDAl'LETS, VICTORIAS, HALF AND ! ) extension top Cabriolets, Rockaways, Depot Wagons, I Phaetnus, Wagons, Harness aud other Carriages: several second hand. STAATS BELL, , >o. 7 Washington place, near Broadway. Carriages, HORSES, IIAKN ESS?ALL STYLES comprising Coaches and ltockawavs. Phaetons and Business wagons, selling oil cheap, at Carriage Mauiitiietory and Stables of WITTY A CO., Nevius and Fulton streets, Brooklyn. T7?OR SALE?A NEW ROAD WAGON, BY ONE OF A1 the beat makers, having been used otilv about a di sen times; cost $325; will be sold for $:00 cash. Apply at Iloma'opathio stables, Fiity lourth street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue. FOR BALE?AN EXCELLENT WORKING HOUSE, 8 years old. 16 hands high; sound snd kind in single or double harness; sold lor wont of use. Apply to oW EN McCOY, corner or Fourth and Clinton streets, Hoboken. f|iOR BALE.?A VERY STYLISH BAY SADDLE HORSE, ' mare, 7 years old, 15l? hands hiich, sound and kind. 135 Canal street, near bowery, basement. For sale-six skat piiarton, made by Brewstei ; will he sold cheap as the owner has no use for it Inquire at 144 lienry street, Brooklyn. FOR 8ALE-ONE EACH FOUR-SEAT PHAETON, Unlit Top Buggv, nnd three-quarter Trotting Waggon, second hand: all'best city tnake; little worn nnd in good order. Apply at private stable, 203 Carroll street. Brooklyn. TjlOR BALE-THREE HORSES, DOUBLE TRUCK, X1 Car' and best work dowu town. Aadress J. P. B.. box No. 173 Herald office. FlOB HALE?EIGHT HORSES SUITABLE.FOR TRUCK or cart; got to be sold lor less than value tor want of use. At 17 Little Twelfth street. For sale-a blood bay thoroughbred. clfthtryear old saddle Mare, with Enitlish Saddle and Bridle; sold ut a burguin to pay cxpoiises. Apply ut 1(15 West Tlurty-tlrst street. 1/or sale?a first clash top carriaqe. for X1 $80. Apply ixt corner of Third avenue and Seventeenth street, in lager beer saloon. FOR BALE-A BAY HOUSE AND A OKAY MARE 15k hands high: 7 and 8 vcun> old ; warranted .sound and kind in double or single harness; to tcsold separate, or together; price for leant 4250; must l>e sold us the owner has no use for them; also a child's pony; price $1x5; to be seen at 245 East iwcnty-nlnth street > o rnor of Second avenue. FOR BALE?CtlRAI'. A CLOSELY MATCHED TEAM of Ponies; kind and gcnile; can be driven single or together by a lady. Address W. C. H., 699 Broadway. FOR BALE-HORSE, WAGON AND HARNESS. Apply at Metropolitan SUibles, corner Crosby and I'rince streets. T7IOR fiAI.E-HORSE, WAOON AND HARNESS.?AP" I? ply at 837 Bowery. FOR 8ALE-A HORSE, TRUCK AND HARNESS; FIT tor downtown work or marketing purposes; also 2 good carriage l'onovs, one 6 years old and the other 8; alaoasetot new double Harness; to be sold cheap, lor want of work. 845 East Baltic street, Brooklyn. For sale obka??a fine horse, phaeton. Harness, Ac., at HAMILTON'S stables, 132 West Tnirty-tt; si street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues For bale cheap?a fine bay hokbb, which has been used for the last six yean as a depot horse; gentle and kind and ean be driven by a lady, fniuiru at Simpson's livery stable, 148 East i h.rty-ntnth street. FOR SALE LOW?A BAY TROTIINO HORSE, 9 years old, I5k hands high; sound and kind; can trot in 2:40; has trotted In 40 to the pole; property of a private gen lie man. Call on or address PRESTON, 19 Broad street, room 28. (TREAT REDUCTION.?WK OFFER OUR ENTIRE 7 stock, seasonable styles, Family Carriages and Light Wagons, new and second hand, at greatly reduced prices; large assortment Phaetons, ltockawavs, Victorias, Ac. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway. Heavy truck horse for sale?6 years old: sound and kind. Call at 136 Jane street, 7,12 and 5 o'clock Must be sold. Harnesr-the cheapest harness store in New York. A good double Truck Harness. $30; a good flrorer's Harness, $30: a good Milkman's Harness, $30; a good Baggy Harness, hand made, $17; a good stable Blanket, $2; also a large assortment ol Blankets, llobes, Sheets, Nets, Ac. Please call and examine lor yourselves FISHER A OSBORNE, 71 Barclay street, second door from Ureenwich street, formerly of Murray street Harness. bankrupt stock" FROM $9 A COMPLETE SET UP. Fine assorted stock at great sacrifice. NO. 8 CORTLANDT STREET, NEAR BROADWAY. Harness. harness. A large assortment of fine Harness, single and double, coach und wagon, tor sale low by A. 8. FLANDRA IT, Nos. 7 and 18 East Eighteenth street, near Filth av. Landau.?wanted to purchase, a first class Landau. Address E. D., box ltii Herald office. PONY l'HAETO.VS?IN TOP AND OPEN, BASKET and panels, at cost; Depot Wugnns at a sacrifice. JOSEPH KEAL A CO 1 494 and l,49ti Broadway, near Forty-fifth street SECOND HAND LIGHT DOO CART, HIDE BAR TOP Wagon, victoria, Landaulctte. Koad 'Wagon, Jumpscat Buggy, Coupe Hockuway and several other family Carriages and Huvgiea: low prices. M AN L'FACTUKKKB' UNION, 638 Broadway. SECOND HAND EXTENSION TOP PUAKTON, IN good order; also second hand top Wagon. JOSKPH KKAL A CO., 1,494 and l,4C6 Broadway, near Forty-filth street TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL TRADE?WE OFFER top anil no top Wagons, Park Phaetons, both cxtcn sion and hall top; Ponv Phaetons, Depot Wagons, Ac., at cost. Call and examine. WEST SIDE REPOSITORY, 1.494 and 1,498 Broadway. To I.ET?LARGE STABLE. LIGHT AND WELL VKNtilated, covering two lota, in Little West Twelfth street, near Tenth avenue, with Offlces and Lofts. Apply at 4.12 Canal street, Ice Company's. TO LET-TWO VERY FINE STABLES; ONE LARGE and one small; vicinity of our otlice. WILLIAM ELLIOTT A Co., No, 1,491 Broadway, near Forty illth st. WANTFD-A ROUND TROTTING HORSE. BUGGY, Harness, Robes, Ac., in exchange tor lour Lots, 26x 108 feet each, In Westeheater county, N. Y., unencumbered. Parties not responsible need not unswer. Address TRAVERS, box 1M Herald otlice. -tirANTKD?A PARK SADDLE AND BRIDLE, NEARVV ly new, cheap for cash. Address W. C. H., 699 Broadway, WANTED-A NO. 1 PIANO IN EXCHANGE FOR fine lamily or tiding Horse. Address W. C. H., 699 ' Broadway. 1VANTKD?A BREWSTER TOP ROAD, WAGON IN TF good order; no fancy price. Address D. P. E , box 146 Herald office. __ H~t? street, near sixth avenue.?por sale, the well known Livery Stable* of Ihoinai Nrrrts, with Good Will thereof. Apply to UUUH N. CAMP, 106 Broadway. (fl.ir'n -a oood work horse, express wag?|0''? on and Harness; two other Horses, ono very fast; lit!l>t Wagon and Harness, cheap. Hill West Twen ty.tilth street, between Seventh and ?lg hth avenues. IsOAN OFF1CBA. AT 77 BLEKCKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, UP stairs.?Highest rash advances on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, Ac., or bought. Pawnbrokers' Tickets bought at 77 Blecckcr street. T B) NASSAU STREET, BETWEEN PULTON AND John streets, NEWMAN LEOPOLD continues the buying, selling or advancing on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos, Merchandise, Lifts Policies, for any amount. _ AT JACKSON'S, 806 BROADWAY, OPPOSITE ELEVenth street?Money liberally advanced on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks, Dry floods and Personal Property of every description. Private entrance for ladlea Money loaned on diamonds, watches, Jewelry anil Silverware. The same bought. GEO. C. ALLEN, 841 Broadway, near Peurteenth st ??<\ NARSsU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OPPICE.O?/ Liberal advances mado on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise. The same bought and sold. Room 1. I1YMAN LEOPOLD. p(17 broadway, corner fourth street ? 0?* 4 Liberal advances on Diamonds Watchea, Jewelry, Silks, Camel's Hair Shawls, Laces and personal property of evory descripfioa James p. Matthews, OVl BROADWAY. NEAR TWENTIETH STREET (oldest established and most responsible office.)? Liberal advances on Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Jewelry, Ac. A. c. HERTS. IOf'7 BROADWAY, OYER HF.RALD BRANCH .Zd\) 4 office, room B.?Parlor for ladles. Branch 1,207 Broadway. Money loaned on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Ac. bought aud aqld< DJ&Uo M?0& E R AI 1ET. DRY GOOU6. A." _ LADIES! Be sure and pay a visit to T KHKICHfi', HTII AVENUE, NEAR 24TII STREET, f -4> the irreat, popular Ladies' Emporium. ('all aud examine uurduudi and Prices, whether you wish to purchase or not. No one urged to buy. Positive Bargains in every departineut. REAL LACES at leas than cost of Importation. Real black Yak Race, lull I V, inches, at 40 cents. Real black Yak I.aee, lull zlnchcs wide, at bs cents. Real black (impure Luce. lull 2 inches wide, at 05 cents. Real black (Impure l.acu, lull ft, Inches wide, at S4 cents. Real bluck Thread Lace, lull 1 inch wide, lit 00 cents. Real black Thread l.ace, lull IJ^ inches wide, at 72 cents Wider widths proportionally cheap, our |!!eal I.accs will all be found of superior qualities, and all choice designs. l arge variety of Real Point and Point Applique Laces, Reul Valenciennes Luces, Real Point Collars and Barbes, Real Thread llarbex, .(oillures and Pelerines, Real Vnlencennes Handkerchieis, Ac., all at special induceme.nta Extensive assortment of Bilk (limps, Fringes and Ureas Trimmings. JjL'ST RKCKIVEU FROM Ol'R PARIS HOUSK^ recently established, the largest slock of hand-made, hand embroidered I'mlergarineuts ever ollered at retail. without any Intermediate profits or commissions, we arc enabled to sell them at tully one hall leia than tlieao goods have ever been ottered in America bolore. French Percale hand-Miweil Chemises, tucked bosom, baud-embroidered festooning oD band aud sieevea, at $1 H9 French Percale hand-sewed Night Drsssos, extra length, hand embroibered festooning on band, trout aud slcavcs, at <2 ad. French Percale Toilet Saciiues, ha nd sewed, eight clusters, ot six Inches each, with large tucks between, at $1 Hi Together with a variety of styles. Including some of the richest hand-embroidered underwear ever exhibited. French Corset Waists lor children, at !J1 25, sold generally at $2 50. MUSLIN UN DKIUi AKMKNTS of every stylo, quality anil price. Ladies' good Musliu Chemise, tucked back and front, at 7lc. Best Wamsutta Chemise in the elty, at 98c. Ladles'.- klrts, 20 tucks, extra sise, at fcl. Beautiful selection of tine Undergarments. I FINK SUITS AT 1IALF COST! <?> IMMKNSKBARGAINS in Hats, Flowers, Ribbons, Pcutbers, Pompons, Ac. Misses' white straw Sailors, lully trimmed, at 50c. Now style "Promenade" and "Walking Hal" at 75c. aud HOc., up to $2 26. Trimmed Florida Hats, large size, at 95c. Special inducements In Ostrich Plumes and Tips. Cheapest black Dross silks and Alpacas in New York. llcnutne Florida Water at 40c u bottle. Superior Bky Bum at 45c. a bottle. Lubin's genuine Permutes at 75c. Velvet Belts. Frosted Buckles. H.V..; Medallion needs 66c. Keal Russian leather Pocketbooks, prcttv style, at 60c. Lu.lico' Waists, 11 nest French Percale, at $1 "15; worth $1 76. Orcnt Bargains In Real Ilolr floods, White (ioods, Hosiery, Corsets, Ruchings, Handkerchiefs, Merino Underwear, Ac. At BHRICH'S TEMPLE OP FASHION, 287 And 2E9 Eighth avenue, noar Twenty-fourth street AH I 00 TO THE POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE of CON KLINU .t CO., No. 763 Broadway, between Eighth uiul Ninth streets, AND LOOK AT THOSE ELEGANT LYONS BLACK Gros Gruln silks, at $1, $1 26, *1 60, $1 76, $2. $2 28, $2 61), 82 75, ti 25 and Sit 50 a yuril, fully 25 per cent below regular Broadway prices. Ask particularly lor (hose extra heavy Black Gros Grain silks, at $1 6 ft 66, $1 U) and SI (i6a yard, the greatest hurg.iiu ever extilbited. AND LOOK AT THE GREAT BARGAINS CLOSING out ill Spring anil botumer Ores* Goods, at hull price. . And look ut those Empress Cloth Poplins, for Pall and | Winter wear, ut 37.4c., worth 80c. And look at thine Camel's Hair Cloths, for Ito'Ungotcs, for Pail and Winter wear, lor ..5c,, worth 6l)c. I aihi took at tnosc uamei's Hair serge cloths. for Kedillumes, uir lull and Winter wear, a: Mr., worth W/ic. AND LOOK AT THE GREAT BARGAINS IN NEW Mourning Habrics, lor Kail anil Wuuer wear, consisting ol Velour do Nice, Bombazine Cloth. Huraihen Cloth. Empress Cloth, Oroa do Vtonne, Biarritz Cloth, ilonricttu Cloth, English and Trench Humhiizitic, ail wool Cashmeres, Hrapd'Kete, Prtncctlu Cloth, Ac.. Ac. And look uttho ureal bin gain* in Courtauld's heat English Crape, In ull widths, lor Veils and Trimmings. AN.. LOOK AT THOaE BLACK ALPACAS, AT SIC., worth 30c; 30c:, worth 40c.; 35c., worth 46c; 45c.. worth 65c.; NIc., worth 62}?c. AND LOOK AT THE GREAT BARGAINS IN I.LAMA Lace shawls and Barques, closing out at halt nrlcc. And look at thu grout bargains in Real Guipure Yak and Thread Laces. And look at the great bargains in Embroideries. AsD LOOK AT THE GREAT BARGAINS IN LINENS and Housekeeping Goods, consisting ol Table Linens. Towels. Napkins, Table Cloths, Table Covers, Linen und Cotton Shirtings. Sheotlngs, Ac., Ac. And look ut the great bargains in Blankets and Bed Bp reads? And look at the great bargains in Mobair Walking Skirts, from tOc. up. And look at tho great bargains in Ladles' and Penis' Handkerchiefs. AND LOOK AT THE GREAT BARGAINS IN WHITE Goods, consisting or Victoria Lawns Organdies, Plain, plaid, striped und checked Nainsooks, Jaconets and Cambrics. Aim Mum uv iin? great uarguuis in i,auics' anil (tenia Hosiery and Underwear. And look at those Flannel Bathing Suits at $3 SO, worth $6, Ac., Ac., Ac., at CONKLING A CO.'8, No. 76.< Hroadway, between Eighth and Ninth streets. JOHN K. K AUG ARAN, F. W. CHIVVI8, W. H. CONKLING. Hr H ~~ GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE of ALL SUMMER GOODS, REGARDLEsjT OF COST, THE NEW AND CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE of M. REIMAN A CO. (late of New Orleans), 25 Union square, a lew doors utiovo Tiffany A Co.'a, and -ft Knst Fifteenth street. IMMENSE BARGAINS OFFERED THIS WEEK. We would respectfully call the attention ot ladies visiting the citv. as well as those living In the city, to the numerous bargains now being offered In our establishment. Black gros grain Silks, black groa de Kliin bilks. Spring and Summer Silks In stripe, plain and checked, Japanese silks, Ac. ALL SILKS REDUCED TO COST PRICE. Black, grenadine, plain, silk stripe, worsted stripe. Ac. Great inducements iu colored Grenadines, plum and fig ii red. Black iron Grenadine. Figured and striped Grenadine, 12),e. and upward, Klack ailk stripe Grenadine, 80c.. worth SI. Silk Pongees in all similes, tiftc., worth $1. steel gray Mohairs, 25c., worth 37>$c. Rat,.!.. in nluin ut.,1 afrit,I, III,- ?,1 Hummer camel's nuir Cloth, 25c., worth 4Tc. Yard-wide English t ambric, 12,'-ic., Worth 20c. PARASOLS It) HE CLOSED OUT AT ANY PRICE. Ladles' Lndcrgarinents and Suits at a sacrifice. Ladles' and .Misses' Linen, Lawn, Silk, Pongee, Camel's Hair, Hatiste and all kinds ut Suits and Itedingotes AT A ORKAT SACRIFICE. UNDERGARMENTS! UNDERGARMENTS! Extraordinary inducements offered in Lndies' Undergarments. The above goods have been marked below cost. WHITE OOOliS OF ALL KINDS VERY CHEAP. Domestics, Cloths, Caxaimeres, Clonkings, Ltnen and Housekeeping Hoods, Notions, Perfumery, Hosiery. <*c., in endless variety ana equally as cheap as the balance of stock. We arc Just receiving onr-Kall floods, and in order to make room have reduced all Summer Hoods AT AND BELOW COST PRICK. Ladies will please hear us In mind when making their purchases, as they can save irom 25 to 4U per cent tiy purchasing their goods irom ______ M. REIMAN A CO. AT MEAREH', Sixth avenue and Nineteenth street. CLEARING OUT BALANCE OP SUMMER SUITH, IN LAWNS, LINEN, BATISTE AND CAMBRICS, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Linen and Batiste Kcdingotcs, hnndsotuely embroidered. Swiss Overskirts. Dresses and Polonaises. Linen Travelling Suits and Kedingutes. ' ALL MARKED DOWN. Black Silk and Mrlped Suits, stvlishly trimmed, Regular Custom Work, $7n, $75, $80 and $85. FLANNEl BATHING SUITS TRIMMED, S3 75 and $4 50. We are also offering special bargains in Hosierv. Gloves, Embroideries, Haudkerchieis, Ladles' Underwear and Corsets. RICHARD MKAKE8. corner of Sixth avenue aud Nineteenth itrcct. At V. VIOOUROUX, 123 FOURTH A VKNUE?st A m Plug, Embroidering an.l Lingerie Eslabligninent: lad ice' and babies' Trousseaux; specialty of initials ami monograms for handkerchief*, table and.bcdcloths; large stock oi Imported French embroidered Goods. Wholesale department, 69 hast Twclllh street. AT SMITH'S PATTERN hAZAAIt. 914 BROADWAY, near Twentieth street, lull line of imported styles: Patterns with both models now ready ; patterns (ltted to the form warranted perfect. Bankrupt sale continued. Groat rush. ., . t, crowded. Fearful slaughter In Dry Goods K. R. CART WRIGHT, 20 East Fourteenth street. Linen Suits, fl 75 up: Batiste Redlngotes, $3, worth $8; Camels' Hair Redlngotes. Bargains. White Lawn Suits cheap. Llama Lace Sacques, An. Black Silks, $1 up. striped Silks, 85c. Plain colors. Green, blue and cherry. Heayy Lyons Gros Grain, $2 .60, sold lor $4. suitable lor party or evening dresses. Black Alpacas and Brilllatiteens Bargains. English Bombasines, Tamlsc, Haritz . . ? , ... aud other black goods half price. Job lot Batiste, 12^c., worth 28c. Grenadines, Mohaire, Ac., Ac. Bargains. Laces, Thread Guipure Points, Applies, Vallenclcnnes, Ac., Ac., at prices to suit oil. English Crape. Rargnlns. An immense stock of Hosiery closing out. Imperial Star Kid Gloves, $1 25. every pair warranted. Embroideries. The largest stock of Hamburg Edgings and Embaiidcries In New York, 50c. on the kollar. Ladies' Underwear, Corsets, Ac., Ac., bargains. One lot, slightly soiled, great bargains. Notice.?This entire stock of Dry and tuner Goods, one of the large.it and best selected In the city of New York, must be sold. Money wanted. All goods marked in plain flg urei. K. R. C A KT W KIU11 f, 20 East fourteenth street, between Fifth avenue unJ t'uiv??ty ulscc. I jjy. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Oil UOOD8. Y T- STEWART k CO. will place on ?al* Monday, August 18, black lyons due88 silks, ft 90 unil t- per yard. A lull assortment of NEW DARK PLAIN SILKS, 82 per yard. DRESS FABRICS FOR EARLY FALL, from 29c. to 90e.. per yard. They will offer their entire collection of READY made SUMMER Sl'lTS to close tjnltkly, AT*A LARGE REDUCTION. . BROADWAY AND FOURTH AVENUE, NINTII AND TENTH STREETS. Fall fashions. Mme. DUVAL, 878 llrondway, has now elegant utnv Design* lor Bridal Outfit* and all kind* of ladle*' garment*. . Ha ill 111 L. 8IIAW. 384 Bowery, corner Fourth street. Brunch Store. 3*3 Sixth avenue. beg? leave to cull the attention of the ladles to his superb stock of Human flair floods, ot the beat iiuulitv otiiair onlyMwithout any interim xuig whatsoever, of'hu owa Importation ami manufacture? As I have hail numerous complaints (torn Initios who have been leil astray by unscrupulous Imitators of my advertisement", and bought inferior goods, I call the attention of the ladles to 3M Bowery, corner Fourth street, which entire building 1 occupy* The Largest Stock of Human Hair Hoods in the city. Kctalled at wholesale prices. I can offer to the public Inducements which cannot bo superseded by any of my competitors. Ail goods warranted as represented. FKlCli LIST. short Hair Switches $1 and upward Finest quality Hair Switches, solid, not dyed, 18 inches long, 4 ounces weight $8 22 inches long, 4 ounces weight 8 2(1 UlCIVeS lout,', * OUIiees Wright 3 32 inches long. 4 ounces weight lU Shaw's Patent Hair switches, fiOc. Long Single Curls, natural curly? 22-Inch %: 24-inch it to IS-incb 9* ' Frlscts. 25o. per verd. Branch store, 343 sixtu avenue, between Twenty-iirst and Twenty-second streots. ' Ladies' own hair made over In latest sly leg. Combings made up 50c. per ounce. Coeds sent O. O. 1). by express oil receipt of color and mnpey in registered letters or Post ofllce order. Madame lkpkzron. from lakis.-curtain; Bleaching Establishment.?Lace Curtains and tine Laces cleaned equal to new. 891 Broadway, corner Nineteenth street. All orders sent by mall or express will receive prompt attention. rjUlE NEW DRY GOODS STORE. M. REIMAN A CO., 23 Union Square, 25 East Fifteenth street. Will open MONDAY, August 18, a full line ef French, British and Uertnan FALL DRESS UUOD3 - In Camel's Hair Cloth, Cashmeres, Merinos, Serges, Empress Cloths, Diagonals, Satins, Pongees, Dchages and muny other Dress Uoods of the very latest styles and shades; will also open a full line of SLACK AND MOURNING DRESS GOODS, ch we will offer at prtcos to astonish all. A call is respectfuly solicited. m. reiman A CO. MILIJKERY AND PH. ES8.UAK1 WG. Bridal toilets? of new designs nnd rccherehe styles, whl t>e shown this week ut Mme. I)u VAL'S Dressmaking Rooms, 871 Broadway. Mme. lumley, ho west twenty-third street. near Sixth avenue, will make ladies' suits ami walking dresses at Summer prices; ball dresses made in twelve hours. Max wiener, no. 295 sixth avenue, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, Manulacturor of Ostrich Feathers, otters a lull and woll sele. ted stock in Featheis at lower prices than auy other house In the city. ST. TAYLOR'S OLD ORIGINAL ESTABLISHMENT, No. 6 Clinton place.?Mine. OARLKY takes this method of Informing her friends that she haB reopened bcr Dressmaking Parlors, and would be pleased to see them all. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. AT ROBINSON HALL., 18 EAST SIXTEENTH street.?Conference P. M. Evening, 7K. Luoian 8. Crandall, Esq., lecture*. Subject, "The Problem ol Lll'e." C CHURCH OK TtlE RESURRECTION, EIOHTT-PIPTH J street, between Lexington Hnd 'I bird avenue?.?Divine service in tbu morning at 10}i, and Sunday school at 3 P. M. (COSMOPOLITAN CONFERENCE, 86 EAST*POORTtt J street, to-dav at 3.?Mr. Hugh McGregor speaksou "The Social Revolution." Strangers have the pretereucu In the subsequent debate, in ten minute speeches. CCHURCH OP THE MESSIAH, PARK AVlsNUE, CORJ ner Thirty-fourth street.?Morning service 11A.M., Rev. B. O. Northrop,.of New Haven, will preach. Subject?"Culture ol the Sensibilities." 17IREE TABERNACLE OP THE METHODIST i jl. ciiuiuu, 1111 \j iuui iti Biri'Kt* iwiwuou Seventh and Eighth avenues.? Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7 :16 P. M.; seats tree. The public welcome. I'.Timi US I VERS AM.ST SOCIETY?REV. l M. at1 wood. I'liinplon Hall, corner Ninth aDd Ktuyvesant streets, next Sunday, at 11 A. M. Snbject? "lie could uot be hid." First baptist church, park avenue and Thirty-ninth strcoL?Preaching at 10t? A. M. and 7\ P. M. by Rev. Mr. Westover. Strangers cordially invlted. REV. SAMUEL ALMAN WILL PREACH IN EMmanuel Baptist chapel, corner Grand and Clinton streets, at 10:31) A.M. and 7:30 P. M. Alt are welcome. Till) STREET I'KKHKYTKKIAN CHURCH, BETWEEN x Li Seventh and Eighth avenues.?Preaching on tha Sabbath uiorniug, at 1U^ o'clock, by the Rev. Dr. Cheever. lNSTItUtmON. A YOUNG LADY, HAVING JUST COMPLETED HER education, would accept an engagement in a first class respectable family as resident teacher to one ot more young ladles in music, French and English; relercnces required and given. Address B., box 3,432 Post office. New York. At paine's business colleges, hroadway. corner of Thlrty-tbird Htreet, and 62 llowcry.?Book, keeping. Arithmetic, higher Mathematics English Itrfinolics - 1L Writinir Tsmbjimu t't 'II I ..m.liS.,1 bookkeepers and correspondents. . AN A COO M1' LI SIIK D LADY TEACHER WANTED AS vice principal in a scliool at -Ytinkers; also lady teachers tor English, mathematics, music. French, German, painting uud dancing. Apply personally, on Monday and Tuesday, to \VM. j ACKSO.V, Yonicrs, tormer residence of Dr. Arnold. ATOONO FBBVCH IADY DESrRES A DAILY kn." casement in school or family; also private pupilsj teaches French, music ana English branches ! excellent reference. Address FRENCH, Herald Uptown Branch office. . LADY FROM EUROPE WILL INSTRUCT in englisli, French and the rudiments of inusic, on reasonable terms: a tavoruhlc opportunity for adults. Address .Mr. BYRON MILLER, 332 West Sixteenth street, or call between 8 or 9 A. M. AT THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, K) FOURTH AVENUE.' opposite Cooper Institute.?Bookkeeping, Writing. Arithmetic, and Languages. Day and evening. Ladies' department. Telegraphy taught practically; demand for operators. No vacation. New method of learning french and gkr. man thoroughly by conversation and reading; cons versational tluency insured; terms$.1 a week (three lessons at puoii's residence). Address PROFESSOR, box 106 Herald Uptown Branch office. Business writing, bookkeeping, au., fob business men.? Messrs. DOLBEAK. s75 Broadway, corner Eighteenth street touch bookkeeping practically, as used in the best New York nouses, and quality students to act immediately as head bookkeepers; they also remove stillness and trembling and make elegant business writers. B~~UBINEfiS ~COLLEGE.?SOW is THE TIME KOK parents and young men to engage desks tor the coming year or auarter at the West Bide College, Sixth avenue. corner Twenty-third street. Bookkeeping, Penmanship. Phonography, Arithmetic. Please calf Evening school separate. CNARD.?BEFORE ENGAGING TKACfTKR OK MOrfltf J or languages, read prospectus ot "National American/ University of Music ami Art,'* chartered by special act ui Legislature. Otllee irl ( Union place. Fort Washington frknch institute board. lng and Day School for young gentlemen, 171st street and Kingsbrulgc road. N. Y.?lyth year; will reopen Sepc 16. V. Frevost, Principal, successor to Lcspina.se A 1're. vosi. Circulars on application at the Institute, station M, or at O. r.e^pmasse's, 12 Pine street. New York. Girard INSHTUte?select French and knoliah Day and Hoarding School, 36 East Sixty-second; street, near the Central Park, will reopen September 13k. Bend tor a prospectus. Prof. PAUL E. GIRARD, Director. Lrbbonb-by a professor, bachelor of art* and Doctor-tn-Law. French learned alter.W lessons; Latin, Greek, Philosophy, History, Geography, Mathematics. Lessons at residence. Classic Instruction for pupils in private lainllie*. tailhf.fer. 23 Sixth avenue. Mlle8. ch akron n ie r's french pbotbstantj Boarding and Day School for young ladies. No. ? East Thirtv fifth street, (formerly 12 avenue du Roule, Neullly, Pans), will re open September 2.3. Apply hY letter till September I, when Miles. CUARBONNIKIS will be at their school in New York. Studies will be resumed in st. John's col-, lege, Fordhnm. Westchester county, ou WednesdayJ Septemher3, IH73; board and tuition per year, $J0? i FoH further particular, apply to job. .iHKA. > J . I resident^ ntEACHERS WANTED, I MMEPr.tTKLV,-GENTLE, J. man, for a female college, to teach vocal and Instrumental mnslc. ami a >HVvrim V'"Kis' Vacancy for fodroibl8 under i?, in a FIRSV class tamily school; hoard and tuition, music, Ac. ; $60 per quarter or monthly at $17. Ketercuces given. 162 Huntington street. South Brooklyn. Wanted?by a first class teacher of eng. II.h. classics and mathematics, a princlpalshlp or a, remnnerative engagement; would form a partnership orl open a school; testimonials excellent. Address X. Y.t Herald Uptown Branch ortlije. E\ KM AND EARS. Artificial human eyes.?t. j. pay is, wtl ventor and only maker o? the Improved Artificial Humair Eye, acknowledged by tho (acuity to lie the only correct linitutions of nature in the world. 12/ KaeiFutecum ?LreeL between third, uud i'oiurtb aveuuua.