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WHOLE NO. 13,oil.
DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
.AMUSEMENTS?Second Pag??Fomrth, firth and sixth
-A8Tlli'ilA."V?t wrlrrit Pack?sixth column.
BILLIARDS? Second Page?First V"lu,n"i,..k .. .v
JNjAKitfiR.s Wanted?Eleventh Paue?ruth and sixth
BOARD "and LODGING WANTED-Eleventh PageSixth
column. D, .
BROOKLYN BOARD?Elktkhtu Pack?Sixth column.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Second
1'aur?Urst column.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-Secokd Page?Fourth
column.
BUSINESS NOTICES?Seventh Page?Sixth column.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO?Second Page?Firstcolumn.
CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Second Page?Firai
column.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?^Twelfth Page?Fourth and
flith columns.
CliOTUlNo?Second Page?Third column.
,, COACHMEN AND QARDENEKS?Twelfth PAcs-Fifth
column.
COASTWISE STEAMSUIPS-Fikst Page?Fifth and
sixth columns.
COPARTNERSHIPS? Ninth Page?Fifth coInmn.
COUNTRY BOARD?Eleventh Page?Sixth column.
DENTISTRY?Twelfth Paue?Filth column.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED?Second
Page?Second column.
EUROPEAN STEAJ4SHIPS?First Page?Filth Column.
KYES ANI) EARS?Twclfth Pagb?Sixth coiuiun.
EXCURSIONS?First Page?Fourth column.
FINANCIAL?Nintb Pack?Fourth an<l tilth columns.
FOR SALE?Twelfth Paue?Sixth column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LETSki
onn Pack?Second and third column*.
FURNITURE?Second Pack?Third column.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Twiujth Pao*?Fourth
column. .
HELP WANTED?MALES?fmnrrh Page?Fifth column.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, *c.? First Pac*.?Second and
third columns.
HOTELS?Ki.kvknth Pao??Sixth column.
HOUSES. ROOMS, AC., WANTED?Srcond Pac*?Third
column.
INSTRUCTION?Second Paor?Fifth column.
LOAN OFFICES?Elevtnth Pack?Sixth column.
LOST AND FOUND?First Page?First column.
MACHINERY?Twelfth Pagb?Sixth column.
KAKHLK MANTELS?'Twelfth Pauk?Sixth column.
MEDICAL?Twelfth Pagb?Sixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?Tksth Pack?
>ixth column.
MISCELLANEOUS?Sbcohd Pagb?First column.
MU81CAL?Second Page?Sixth column.
MEW PUBLIC ATIO.NS?Seventh Page?Sixth column.
KANOFORTE S, ORClANa, AO.?Second Page?Fourth
column.
PROPoSAl.S?First Pag??Ponrth column.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTr.D?FEMALES?
Twft.ktii Page? Fourth column.
PBOFEUTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?Skcokd Page?First column.
SEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE-Second PACB-Flrst
column.
KBAL. ESTATE WANTED?Second Paok? First column.
REWARDS?First Page? First and second columns.
ALES AT AUCTION?First Pack?Third and ioiirtb
columns,
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?TwBLrrn FAM?
Fin>t, second, third and tourth columns.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Twelfth Page?
Fourth colamn.
SPECIAL NOTICES?Fibst Pa?b?Second column.
SUMMER RESORTS?EumcNTH PAQE-Slxth column.
THE TRADES?Twelfth Pag>?Fifth column.
THE TURF?First Page?.Second column.
TO LET FOR BUSINE8S PURPOSES?-Second PaoisSccond
column.
TRAVKLLERS' OULDR?Ptbst Pacb?Sixth column.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Recoup Pam?Third column.
WE8TCIIESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?Skcokd Paok?Flrnt column.
TACHT8, STEAMBOATS, *0.?Fikst Page?Sixth column.
HERALD BRANCH OFFICE-CPTOWS.
~~k DVERTISEMENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD
RECEIVED AT THE BRANCH OPFICB,
1,286 BROADWAY AND 630 SIXTH AVENUE,
BBTWEEN THIRTY-FIRST AND THIRTY-SECOND
STREETS.
OFFICE OPEN EVERY DAY AND NIGHT IN THE
TEAR.
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED AT ALL
HOUR8 UP TO 9 P. M. ATOFFICE RATES.
NEWSDEALERS AND BOYS SUPPLIED WITH
HERALD AT i O'CLOCK BVERT MORNING. ADVERTISERS
AND NEWSDEALERS ATTENDED TO WITHOUT
EXTRA CHARGE.
THE PUBLIC ABE CAUTIONED AGAINST SOGALLED
BRANCHES IN TWENTY-THIRD AND
THIRTY-SECOND STREETS, TO PREVENT OVERCHARGES.
PABU AUENCY OP THE NEW YORK
HERALD.
"WKt-KKS. KREMER A CO., AMERICAN REGISTER,
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE
DEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL 8DPPLY DEALft.BE
WITH COPIES OF THE HERALD, AND ALSO
SINGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER. TO PARTIES
BEQUIRING THEM.
' PEKSOIVAL.
ADOPTION.-A BEAUTIFUL MALh INFANT. 211*
Tbouipsou street, near Bleecker.
Mrs. M. J. WILLIAMS.
Barker-letter for you fbom b. communicate
your address. HENRY.
CONSTANCF.-REGRETS FOR FAILUBE TO MEET
yon on Saturday; will explain herentter. Pleane
write a* toon an possible. Does your friend "sweet
sixteen'' entertain the tame liberal views as yourself, or
la tbe affair, with her, limited to the proportions ot an
episode r 204 8.
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST TO RETURN THE
Jewelry, stolen oa tbe 9th Anfust, at 3'JS Bleecker
atria tf
JNFORMATION WANTED-OF MARY JOYCE, WHO
led yueenstown on steamship Samaria, of Cunard
ae. and arrived at Castle Garden on Monday, August II.
Any Information concerning her will be thankfnUy re*
calved by MICHAEL FAHY, Belleville Post office, Essex
county, K. J.
rFORMATION WANTED-OF WILLIAM BUCHANAN,
painter, late ol PaWey, Scotland, by his brother
Alexander. Call on or au dress T. A. STEWART. 2id West
Thirty-fifth street.
Ir MRS A. L. O'RRIKN. FORMERLY OF MONTBotnerr.
Ala., will send in r present address to H., box
M Herald office, she will hear ol something to her advan
laire.
SARAH KRACORD.?LOrtT?A LITTLE OIRL, AOED
nine years. Lett her home last Tuesday morning to
o to the store on an errand . she Is large lor her age ana
nad on a lilac calico drcm, with a little rutlle on the bottom,
and a brown apron; Dolly Varden hat, with a little
bunch ol green flower* on the nack, and slipper* on h?r
*Mt; the has dark eyes and brown hair. Any Information
will be thankfully received and liberally rewarded
fey her dlatracUxl mother, MARTHA HbAUORD, 713Third
venue.
Mlg'f AHU rin\p.
SOAT LOST. ?LOST, FROM NEWARK BAT, 14TH
Inst., a St. Lawrence River built Boat, about 21 left
#, painted green, sharp (tern. A liberal reward Will
be paid for its recovary. Addreaa box 1,982 New York
Poet ofilce.
Lost-bank book sr.ma. issi'ed by toe institutinn
for the Pavings of Merchant*' Clerk*. The
finder will plea** laava It at Uie bank. ?
Lost?on Saturday mioht, in fulton avenue,
Braoklyn. at or near Hanover place, a black
and tan Dor, itiin make long imout, tail rather *hort.
Any perron returning him to No. 28 Hanover place will be
well rewarded.
J- OST-NEAR THE CITY HALL ON SUNDAY MORNJ
'BB, a Black and Tan Do(, with black leather collar,
hrce dollar* will be paid on returning him to WILLIAM
BVANm, 14 Murray street.
LOST?$20 REWARD, ON SUNDAY, 10TH INST., A
(mall Black and tan Slut; thick ne?k and tall:
weight nine pound*; 13 year* old; anrwer* to nam* or
<tyP*y ; $>0 lor inormation leading to her recovery.
DEXTER, LAMBKKT A CO., W Broome atreet.
T OST?A SET OF FALSE TEETH. THE FINDER
XJ will be suitably rewarded by returning them to lis
Daane street, up *tair*.
LOBT-ON STEAMER SEDGWICK, FROM CONEY
I*land, ob Saturday evening, Memorandum Book,
narked O. R. Miller, Pcrry*burg. Ohio. The flnder may
retain the *um of mcBey It contained a* reward by returning
the book to G. R. MILLER, Ml Broadway, accund
Hour.
STOLEN?AUGUST 14. NTS, A BIG IRON GRAY
Horje, 17 handn bigh, heavy mane and tail; It tile nore
forward: stolen from the pusture lot o( A. Mahlnedt; $2ft
reward for thief; $10 lor horse. New Roc he lie, We*tcbecter
county, N. Y.
REWARDS.
CI HA kkward not'ck-^ the year iam or
?D1UU 1862 Krancl* P. Doyle iatald to have coBitructcd
twenty-one (21) tin oblong ga* reflector*, with upper reflecting
surfaces, lor an Eugllsliman or Scotchman, then
topping on Broome street, near Broadway. The* reflector
* arc Mid to have been lined with glan In section*
?r panel*; one sold and put up In a book or stationery
au>re on the we*t side of Broadway, near White or
Walker street; another In a cigar store on the west side ol
Broad way,between Heward and Canal street*; another In
little tancy or thread and needle (tore on the west side of
Broadway, about twodqprs above Broome street; another
In a store ea*t side of Wood way, a little *outh of Fourth
atreet?all prior to the year I8?. Three (3) similar reflectors
are said to have been sold by said Doyle about
| the uinc lime, and put aa, one in a tailor'* store on south
aide of Broome street, near Broadway, near a aaloon
then known as "Bunch of Grape*;" another in George
W. Rett*'carpet store, undor the St Nicholas Hotel, two
more a I Mr*. Wettescniem's chocolate room*, 118 Spring
atreet, and three more at the saloon known aa "Stanwtx
Hall." A reward of one hundred dollars ($VKT)i wtll be
paid bv the subscribers upon the production of either of
?aid identical - reflector*, with information leading to
aaiisfaetory rirdot of its identity ami of its sale at or about I
the time Indicated, in I seventy-five ($75) dollar* reward 1
wlil he paid tor information leading fo *ati?factorv proof
af the sale of any of said reflector* nt ihe time indicated.
Pr'TRv BH'.'S. ,t CO., m Pearl street
si iimmi.is * iiriscoll lIBMerocf itrMt
>, r ooyLfijiaTCtmnc itxceu J
:e ne
NEW
RSWABMi
*1 KViBD-roil THE KBTt IN 1 \ B OH ?
?JVI Koys, loct on Third avenue, between Thirty- , cond
mill Eoriy-dtth streets, to JOHN DILOEtt, til?> and 617
Third avenue.
ttjlfk REWARD.?i,.OsT, ON SATURDAY AFTER?JPIly
noon, a brown Heotth Terrier Ri.eh: lately had
pups. A|.ply to Mr. JONES, Teuiperauce Uall, 4U.> Urecuwich
street, Sew York.
?5? WILL BE PAID, AND NO <iU]XT[ONS
?(PZ(\/ a?ki'd, for the return of tlic Satchel tit ken from
tlie Chicago car City of Schenectady, Saturday nteht.
SPECIAL NOTICEB.
A?HERALD BRANCH OPFIOB, BROOKLYN,
corner of Ku'.ton avenue and Bouruiu tuetit.
Open irom 8 A. M. io ? I'. M.
Oil Sunday from 3 to 9 P. M.
A-tiilANP TEMPI E ?.!PT CtiNCKKT A'1' OMAN V.
$22l),rift0 to be distributed nuiow{ ticket, holder*,
Amcuxt 30,1873. one chance la nine. Positively no postponement.
Ticket* * I each: six lor
B. IlKWl'lT^City Am ui v, ,'J .Natutau street, room 6
A-KENTi TKY STATE LOTTERY, FOBthe BENB?
tit ot the Schoirts of Frank lor t draws daily. Kor information
.sond or apply to JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 1%
isroaoway, room i.
A?HAVANA L< ITTKRY?VKXT DRAWING A0QU8T
3t?. Circulars free. JOBEi'H BATES, Agent, UK>
Broadway, Now York, room 4.
A_t,KANi> r.irr i:h:h.i;iii at hmmia, aici st
. so?Bene tit ilranrl Temple. Oiit? $22lJ,6.'rt will be
awarded. Tit ket* $1; IS tor $10. Orders tilled promptly
liy W. L. DAVIS, !W7 Broadway, room 6. No posipoiiement.
CHARLES H. TURNO?STAIN'KD GLA38 FOR
churches and dwelling, 333 Kasi Twenty-Uiii'd street,
between Kirj-t ami Second avi imri
CARD.
We bej! to inform our customeVs that the Arc of the
12th inst., at our brunch salesroom 170 and 172 Centre
street, cauies uo interruption to o'ir buslnev, our principal
stock of veneers and hard wood luml*'r being ul our
ware rooms and mill Ibti to 200 Lew ? street, corner sixth
street,.Kast lllver. GEORGE \V. l;HKl) A CO.
200 Ltaris Sr?i;kt, New York, August 15 1873.~
CAUL B. SOHUI4NL
successor to Pchultz A Warker.
860 Broadway, corner ot Seventeenth street and Union
square.
Mineral Hpring 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 Springs) continue- tho same as
heretofore, Mr. Warker having withdraw n Maroh 1. IS72.
("tlTY OP HAMBURG LOTTERY.?THE WHOLE TWKJ
et, No. 25.3(54, which <irew the tlrst prixe ol 12,OW)
marks >>n July 17. was sold by tne.
Next drawing, August 27 and 28, 187S.
Havana Lottery of Cuba.
One half of ticket No. I,3.'i0, which drew $100,000 on July
12, wu sold by me. Next drawing August 30, 1873.
Royal Saxon Government Lottery.
Brunswick Government Lottery.
Prizes cashed and information given.
theodok zsciioch,
Post office box 6,0m 116 Nassau street, NewYork.
Havana lottery-next drawing, august so.
German State Lotteries.
Send for circulars. R1TTER a CO?
box 3,836 Post office, 85 Nassau street, room 4.;
branch office 1,017 Third ay., near 60th st., tlrst floor.
Havana lottery-drawing uth inst.-No.
16,301 drew $100,000: 9,322, ?5'I,(WU: 27,618, $2\C00;
23,011, $10,000; 17,460 and 1,682, $A.0VM> each. New scheme
out B. ALENCE, 63 Cedar street, New York. Post office
box 4,251
JEWISH SHEKEL FOR SALE.? PARTIES CAN
have every opportunity to prove its genuineness;
6rice $1,000; the best otfer will be accepted. Address
OAZ, Herald office, lor one week.
Kuhlmann A co, bankers, 40 broadway.
execute orders for Havana Lottery, wholesale and
retail, aud cash prizes. Foreign Exchange and Passage
Office. Post office box 3,638.
Naval rendezvous.-a naval rendezvous
is now open on board the Vermont, at the Navy
Yard. Rrnnklvn. am waII aji in ?!hprrv TJnw Ynrta
Official drawings
KENTUCKY STATE L0TTERIE8.
KENTUCKY?EXTRA CLASS MO. 487?AUGUST IS, 1873.
17, 61. at), 2, 12, 4, 02. 21, 67, 70, 32, 22.
KENTUCKY?CLASS WO. 4W?AUGUST 16, 1873.
72, 76, 73, 4.1. I'd. 67. 29, 17, 32, 2, #5, 77, 59, 61.
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Covington. Ky.
SHE LET COLLEGE?EXTRA CLAM MO. 387?AUGfcHT 16, 1873.
6, 2, 70, 16, 44, S, 17, 6*. ia 42, 7, SO.
SBKLBT COLLEGE? CLASS MO. 38ft?AUGUST 16, 1873.
24, 49, 19, 26, 7, 62, 18, 47. 74, a 75, 10, 36. 72.
SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.
Address J. Ct.UTK, Broker, No. 206 Broadway, 153 rulton
street and No. 2 Park row. l'ost office box 4.969.
Royal Havana lottery.
New Scheme out; $525,000 drawn every 17 days,
commencing August 30.1873.
1 prize ot $100,000
1 prize ot ' 50.000
1 nri*? r?f 9J? flOft
2 prizes of $1(1,000 20,000
6 prize* of $5,00U. 30,000
897 other prizes.
Circulars gent, information given.
J. B. MAiyn&KZ A CO., 10 Wall street
Port office bo* 4,686, New York.
Royal Havana lottery.
Change of scheme; 9925,000 drawn every 17 days,
commencing August 30.
One prize of $100,000
One prize oi 50,WX)
One prize of ZS.m'O
Two prizes of. 1U.0U0
Siijirizcs of 5,000
897 other prizes, amounting to $300,000. Information
(tarnished ; orders tilled. Circulars sent tree on application.
Spanish Bank Bills and Government* purchased.
TAYLOR A CO., Bankers,
11 Wall street
STAMMERING.?NKW YORK STAMMERING IN8TItutc,
established 1870,107 West Twenty-third street,
reopened August 1, Instead of October 1; no pay for Board
(when required) or our services until cured.
?rtA -GRAND OI FT CONCERTS.?CATAWBA
?PO^j.UUU. Valley Land Company: 80,000 tickets
only; 4,410 cash fitts; each ticket has four chanccs;
tickets $2 90 each. Send for circular. Eleven tickets for
$26. Office, Wilmington, N. C. IIALL k CO., Agents.
(fcroo con is drawn daily in tiik legaliPOOU.UOV
ized Kentucky Lottery. Royal Havana
and Kentuckv circulars tree. 12%c. commission allowed.
Address HaL&Y k CO. (office established 30 years), 174
Broadway.
THE TURF.
lEERFOOT PARK.?TROTTING TUESDAY, AUGUST
U 19, at 3 r. M.; the great match for $2,000 between the
two celebrated horses from South Brooklyn, b. m. Koslo
Anderson and g. g. George. Same day, purse of $100 lor
horses that never beat 3 minutes, seven entries
J. Morris' b. g. Billy.
M. Sullivan's br. g. Dick.
A. Mcrrlngton's g. g. Williamsburg.
W. Thorn's s. g. Peter.
J. H. Phillips'b. s. Epizootic.
Dr. Abbott's b. g. Dclver.
H. W. Howe's b. m. I-ady Annie.
WM. McMAUON, Superintendent.
Fleetwood association offers the pollowlng
Premiums, to bo trotted lor at their Fall
Meeting. TUESDAY, September 16; TUCliSDAY, the Ihth,
and SATURDAY, 20th:l'urse
No. 1? $1,000, lor horses that have never trotted
better than 2:45; $500 to first,$300 to second, $200 to third.
Purse No. 2?$1,500. lor norses that have never trotted
better than 2:28; $700 to first, $500 to second, $300 to third.
Purse No. 3? $1,000, for horses that have never trotted
better than 2 M; $600 to first. $3*1 to second, $200 to third.
Purse No. 4?$2,000. lor horses that have never trotted
better than 2J4; $1,000 to first, $700 to second, $300 to
third.
Purse No. 5?$1,200, for horses that have never trotted
better than 2:3l: $600 to flrst, $41*) to second, $200 to third.
Puree No. 0?$2.&00, for horses that have never trotted
better than 2:21; $1,250 to flrst, $800 to second. $450 to
third.
AU the above races to be mile heats, best three in five,
in harness, and conducted under the rules and regulations
of the National Association. Premiums will be
awarueu its per ruic jo. in ?n nc?m wnere eignt or more
borne* start the distance wi!l he ISO yards. Heats In each
day's races may be trotted alternately. In case of postponement,
under authority of rule IK. the race or races
shall be trotted on the ftrst good day and track following,
omitting Sunday. In ca? a rider or driver shall be mh'
dilute.I as authorized by rule 28, the substitute shall be
paid $ao tor the service required of him. A horse that Is
ruled out will not be entitled to a premium. Kntranro
lee U) per cent of parse, and must accompany the nrminatlnns.
Kntrles will close at Chamberlain's bool rooms,
No. I,Mi Broadway, on Wednesday, Angim ?7. at 9 P. M.
All communication* to tie addressed to W. II. VAN COTT,
Superintendent, Morrlsania, N Y.
^ C. 11. VAN NESS, President.
Williaji i!. Van Coir, Superintendent.
10NO BBANCH BAOES.
j Monmouth Park.
Kitr* Meeting?Three days' racing. Wednesday, August
?; Friday, ?. and Saturday, 23.
PBOM'KCT PABK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION.?
Match WOO Monday Aiigont 18. good day nnd track.
Double team Race between r. g. Kred. Tyler and mute '
and b. a. Unexpected and mate.
tiBURUK W. OAKLET, Snporlntendcnt.
PBOHPECT PABK FAIR OBOCND ASSOCIATION ?
Monday A?gest 1< S o'clock; good day and track;
Sweepstakes $3*1, mile lieata, 3 in ft, in harness; M.
Roger*' b. g. Baker Boy; L. S. Sauimls' b. g. George
otlTiU; W. Thorns' li f Slippery Ulck; II. W. Uowe'a
b. m Sarah Jane.
t;i ol'.ciH W.-alAKLEY, Superintendent.
POOI,S SOLO VT JOHNSON'S 1,1*7 BBOAIIWAV,
corner i>( Twenty-eighth street. on Springfield Trotting
Meeting, evening and afternoon, also to-morrow
evening, on Long Brauch rsccs, at8 o'clock.
e lu _ T. B. JOHNSON.
THE PROSPECT PARK FAIR OROUND ASSOOIA lon
offer a purse i f $Ufl lor horses that have never
oeaten .1 minutes; I'M t<> flrst, $*? to second and $10 to
third, to be trotted Thursday. August 11; entries to close
Monday. August 18, at 9 o'clock P. M., at 189 Moutague
U-eet, Brooklyn ^ w OAKLET, Superintendent.
HOK?K>. < ARRIAUEK, AC.
A VALUABLE HORSE FOB SALE FOB HALF IIIS
valoe, sonnd and kind; suitable for a lady to drive,
rt. 0. SMI III, 808 Wlllisoi ?fr.-<;J. Frankfort House.
ABBF.WSTKIt (IlKOoMK ST K RET) TOP WAGON,
It*, one Dusenbury Top wagon. $14?; ene Skeleton
Wagon, by Prsy. of Boston, $12 '; one Holky, by Dubois;
one Stivers Kosd Wagon. $128; one cut-ander Park
Phaeton, two aeaW, $l?0 open top Phaetons. $110 up; top
and open Kspre.. ? ag< n?, twoJegBers, one light t'oacli,
one Baronclie, single and double Hume**.chrcM, Whips,
Nets, Ac. \\ l( UhAY, a) and 2J Wooster street
A TO!' BtUOY-ONB CLARK NCR, IN GOOD OR- i
der, cheap, alto several new top ?n<l no top ?Ue> i
liar:; ? v- i,. - ? ? 1 'it iK'its'a- u.iarier
C..in ii ? r: I . < H K i:. ? >!' 2 ' (Mid '"Jl ? >t ' i
Nineteenth street. I
A -Tnunn OHBAP ROMW FtlRCAWrp TBCCKS
i\. OTHitcni ffiri i.r <a! i< )W'ifr s reiiriug ftuiu I
liuMuctk iBtjiarc ?i i0? y*e?l>?JVt?et?o ^trctiu
W YO
r YORK, MONDAY, AUGI
HOltSBft, OAHIUAMW, <?C?
? I re* H fl iND OAKRIAQB AUCTION MAi'.T
i\ UK WILLIAM VAN TAB-IKLL
(JUCCES -KTl> JOHNSTON a VAN TABSPIjL),
at the old k.uuii, 11". IX- a?l 114 i'a*t Thirteenth street,
iwar Fourth avenue.
RK II'LAR SALE.-- OF HOUSES AN'D carriages
w?ll be in.lo i:vi r.y tltb-day anu fuiday, at
13 o'clock.
C NTl.KMr.M WISH! Nil TO PURCHASE. OR THOSE
hnviiiK Horses or ? arriuKC.s (o sell, will find this house
perfectly reliable, as thi* busini ss will he conducted ou
iho tiimo Ftr.xighUorwirii principle* which have governed
li in the past.
\\ e give the purchaser ofevery home that is warranted
sound from to <s hours for trial.
"Horses and CarriauoH always on hand at private sale.
LIBi'KAL ADVANCES MAkH Oh CONSIGNMENTS.
A I 'l l ION HOC bB Of ARCH. JOMK9TOB
jY dale Johnston A Van Tassell),
OF KICK AND SALESROOM, OLD STAND,
37 Nhssau ttreel, opposite tne Post oillce.
TT1E HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OF THIS HOUSE 18
removed TO THE SPACIOUS PREMISES,
19 to 26 THIRIKENTH STKEET, NEAR UNIVERSITY
FLACK.
The hiialnefs will he conducted on precisely the same
strict and honorable principles which have always characterized
the dealings ol our house and won the respect
ami confidence ol the business community, as well as the
public it Inr.'e.
rc.oi1 lak sales EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
1 ntries or sale may be made, as usual, either at our
di>wiuo?n ho ih'. . 37 Nas>an >tn?t, or at the mart. 19, 21,
2:; and 2 East I hirtecnih s reel, near University place.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CON IUNMENTS.
SALE COMMENCES AT 10^ O'CLOCK.
A SPECIAL AND PEREMPTORY SALE,
ii. BY PUBLIC AUCTION. O.N TUESDAY, AUG. 19,
AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP, AT THE OLD ESTABLISHED
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY UK EDWARD M. GEDNEY,
NO 1.314 BROADWAY, Bt.IWEEN FORTY-FIRST
AND FORTY-KBCOND STREETS, ot tlto entire slock
o' finished and unfinished Work, Tools and Stock,
consisting of Bellows Anvils, Tools, Drills Bolt*. Oliiis,
Springs, lot of Meet lire; also, lot of Iron; alBo
lot oi new Wheels Huh*, spokes, Kln??, Shafts, Poles,
Hows, Ac.; k!?o Paint Milts, lot ol Paint Colors, Varnish,
Pumice Stone, Brushes, Ac.; also lour Sioves. lot Carpet,
t iicloth, leather, rubber Apron Cloth. Ac.; also three
new lull spring top Waeons, one lop Mile bar Wagon, oue
open Wagon, one Depot Wagon, one Oueen's l'haetun,
two ponv Phaetons, two Stivers' open Wagons two sets
of now llarne-", ottlcc Desk, Ae. The whole will ho sold
to ihe hipli t bidder, in con*e<iuenre of Mr. Gedney having
sold too building and retiring from the business.
JENKINS A DUFF, Au tumecrs
AN ELEGANT ROAD HORSE-BRIGHT BAY, HIRED
by i alitornia Patchen, dum Vermont mare, I5}?
bunds liign, 6 years old; thoroughly broken to all harness;
lady or child can drive hitn; can trot now better
tliun.L'tfiO; never handled for speed; WARRANTED TO
SHOW THE TIME, and warrants! sound; AT THE
mart ok ARCH. JOHNSTON, l'J to 24 Thirteenth sfreot,
near UnlverMty plaoe, where he can bo seen And tried.
11 not Sold at private sale before to morrow (Tuesday).
August 19 ut 10 o'clock, will then be sold at auction at
tile Mart, fto above, without reserve.
A GENTLEMAN'S COMPLETE TURNOUT AT A
saciitlne.-Sorrel Maro, 18 hands high, G years old:
sound and kind; been driven by a lady; can trot in 3
minutes; Stivers top Wagon, almost new; Dunscomb
I In mess; the owner is in \yaut of cash and will sell the
crftwjilete turnout for $500; it cost him $1,800 two months
ago. Call on P. tiUohr, Esq., San Francisco Stables, 114
West Forty-sixth aLreet
A -YOU CAN DO BETTER
< in buying a Top Wagon, Phaeton, Bockaway, Road,
Business, Depot Wagon or Harness, .
AT NO. 8 CORTLANDT STREET, NEAR BROADWAY,
THAN ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE C9UNTltY\
AN ELEGANT VICTORIA, TWO SIX-SEAT BRETTS,
Park Phaeton, six-scat Rockaway, at bargains.
Reasonable styles family Carriages and light Wagons,
great variety; reduced prices.
kUNUKACTPRERS' UNION, 838 Broadway.
A?coupe BOCK AWAYB, poub SEATED phar
tons, Top Buggies, Kockawavs, Victorias, I'ony
Phaetons, cheapest in city. day a sons, 146 and 148
Bldridge street, near Tenth precinct station.
CtOUPE8, LANDAULETS, VICTORIAS, HALF AND
J extension top Cabriolets, Rockawkys, Depot Wagons.
Phaetons, Wagons, Harness and other Carriages; several
second hand. STAATS BELL,
Na 7 Washington place, near Broadway.
C^ARBIAUES, HORSES, HARNESS?ALL STYLES.
J comprising Coaches mid Hockawayg, Phaetons and
Business Wagons, selling oil'cheap, st Carriage Muuuiuctory
and Stnbies of wit'i Y A CO., Nvvius and Fulton
streets, Brooklyn.
Fob sale?horse, waoon and ija rnksr7tob"k
sold cheap, ax owner is sick aud cannot aueud to
them. UA Division street.
For sale?bay mare-, young, sound, kind
and speedy; light side-bar, shifting ton Buggy and
Harness; best city makers. HAMILTON'S b tabic, 132
West Thlrty-flrat street.
T^OR SALE?A FINE BLOODED BAY HORSE, 18
" hands high; gentle and kind; sound in every way;
can beat three minutes; also stylish light top Huggy: fit
tor any gentleman. Can be seen at Tompkins avenne,
one^door from Meeklng street, Brooklyn, alter 2 o'clock
OR SALE?THREE HOK8K8, CHEAP: 80UND AND
kind; 7to9 years old; 14 to 18 hands; suitable tor
all kinds ot work; must be sold; $78, $88, $100. 6 Bayard
street
FOR MILE CHKAP-A FINE HORSE, PHAETON,
Harnetw, Ac., at HAMILTON'S stables, 132 West
Tfiirty-dmt street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
("? REAT REDUCTION.?WE OFFER OCR ENTIRE
X .stock, seasonable styles, Family Carriages and Light
Wagons, new and second lmnd, at greatly reduced
prices; large assortment Phaetons, KocKawavs, Victoria?,
Ac. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 6118 Broadway.
HARNlt.sk-THE CHEAPEST HAKNKSHSTORE IN
New York. A good double Truck Harness, $30; a '
food Grocer's Harness, $30- a good Milkman's Harness,
30; a good Buggy Harness, hand made, $17: a good
stable Blanket, $2; also a large assortment of Blankets,
Robes, Sheets. Nets, Ac. Pivase call and examine lor
yourselves. FISHER A OSBORNE, 71 Barclay street,
second door from Greenwich street, formerly of Murray
street.
Harness. bankrcpt stock.
from $9 a complete set up.
Fine assorted stock at great sacrifice.
no. 8 cortlandt street, near broadway.
LANDAC.-WANTED TO PURCHASE, A FIRST
class Landau. Address E. D., box 146 ilcrald ofHcc.
P~ ONY PHAETONS?IN TOP AND OPEN, BASKET
and panels, at cost; Depot Wapnns at a sacrifice.
vunci^ ii nr.AU a i>w.,
1,48* and 1,496 Broadway, noar Forty-tifth street.
SPEBD?CHEAP?$350.?HANDSOME BAY MARE, 15
bands, 0 years old i perfectly sound; gentle lor lady
to drive; call trot fast; one of a team that cost $1,500:
also a half spring top Wagon, Rates' make, nearly new,
for $230; robber covered Monicas $50. 141 East Sixteenth
street.
(JKCOKD HAND LIGHT"DOO CART, SIDK BAlt TOP
O Wagon, Victoria, Landaulettc, Road Wagon, jumpHeat
Buggy. Coupe Rockawny and several other family
Carriage* and Burgies; low prices.
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 638 Broadway.
SECOND HAND EXTENSION TOP PHAETON, IN
good order-, also second hand top Wagon.
JOSEPH REAL A CO.,
1,4<H and 1,496 Broadway, near Forty-filth street
TO MARL ROOM FOR FALL TRADE?WE OFFER
top and no top Wagons, Park Phaetons, both extension
aftid halt top; Ponv Phaetons, Depot Wagons, Ac., at
cost. Call and examine. WEST 811)E REPOSITORY,
1.494 and l,49ti Broadway.
WANTED-A SOUND TROTTING HORSE, BUGGY,
Harness, Robes, Ac., in exchange for lour lots, 25x
108 feet each, in Westchester county, N. Y., unencumbered.
Parties not responsible need not answer. Address
TRAVERS, box 151 Herald ottlee.
WANTED?A BREWSTER TOP ROAD, WAGON IN
good order; no fancy price. Address D. P. K., box
146 Herald office.
ANTED?FIRST CLA8s"piANO, IN YxCHaWgK
for a good 16-hand bay, family Horse, 7 years old,
sound and kind. Address W. H., Herald office.
<J>?K FOR BAY HORSE, 16 HANDS; $125FORGOOD
bay ponv-built Horse. 15*$ hands, 8 years old;
sound and kind; large twe-horse Truck, with racks, $90,
sold to pay expenses. 202 East Forty second street.
d?1 r,n -BAY HORSE, PONY-MADE, 7 YEARS, 15*
jPlwv. hands, flno driver, genrle tor ladv. brown
Horse. 8 vears. 16 hands, for express, $110. Muat be sold.
No. M# we?t Tbirqr-arat street.
WALKS AT AUCTIOH. ~
August martinks. auctionekb.
S2&0UO worth of
magnificent Household Furniture,
Pianoforte, Paintings, Drawing Koom Suit*,
WorKi of Art, public auction,
THIS UAY (Monday), at I0W ajclock.
at elegant residence, MW??t i5Ui ?t,
between 5th and 6th a vs.,
property W. R. Livingston, Esq.
Drawing Room?Suit* Furniture, Pompadnor, Marie
Antoinette stylos, corered silk brocade; marqueterie
bois de rose Cabinets, Tables, Etageres, Secretaire Bookcase,
velvet, medallion Carpets, Mirrors, Lace Curtains,
Paintings by eminent artists, Bronze Statuary, Clock-,
Vases, magnificent rosewood Pianoforte, celebrated
maker; Canterbury, Music, Hooks, rosewood, walnut
Bureaus. Bedsteads, Wardrobes, en suite, style l?>uts
XIV.; MattresMB, Extension Table. Sideboard. Silverware,
Glassware, Linen, Chinaw arc, Cutlery, Uasement,
Kitchen Furniture. Servants' Apartments. N. B.?Parties
wishing to attend this sale take Stb av. stages or nth
ar. cars,
Auction-sale this (Monday) morning,
private residence 12) West 23d street,
commencing at 10% o'clock.
Elegant costly and plain Household Furniture, namely:?
Chickerlng k Son rosewood PlandTorte, Centre tables. Carpets,
Parlor. Lihrary and Dtawlng Room Suits, Bronzes,
Paintings, Etagercs, Bookcase, SOU volumes of Books, Bedroom
Suits, rosewood and walnnt Bedsteads, Hurenus,
Mattresses. Dining Room?Bnftet, Kxtenslon Table, Chairs.
Also Basement and Kitchen Furniture. Over :<W lots, by
catalogue. Ll'KH FIlZOERALD, Auctioneer.
A RARE CHANCE FOR PARTIES COMMENCING
housekeeping.?This day, at private residence 21
Eastatnh St., near Broadway, HEN BY ZINN, Auctioneer,
sells, commencing at 10?4 o'clock, over 2IH) lota elegant
Furniture, via :?Rosewood Planotorte, elegant Parlor
and Bedroom Suits, Mirrors, Brussels Carpets, nil Paintings,
Bronzes, lace Curtains, Cabinets. Bedsteads, Bureaus,
Wardrobes, spring and hair Mattresses; Lounges,
Clocks; also Dining Room, Basement and Kitcncn Furniture;
HutTnt, Fx tension Table, Chairs, Plate, Cutlery,
China, Glassware, Ac., kc. Honse to let.
Auction. auction. auction.
Property.of Albert .A. Vanderhoff. Esq.,
at the elegant brown stone mansion lot Kast 2.1th street,
between Fourth and Lexington avenues.
This (Monday) morning, August 1H. at 10W o'clock,
P.KI>ST ROTH. Auctioneer. Over |2ft 000 worth and 400
l.ota by catalogue, first class Household Furniture?Magnificent
Marie Antoinette and Turkish style Parlor Suits.
Chiekori'm and "ireat Union patent agraffe 7\ octave
rosewool Pianofortes, laalntio,'s, Curtelns, Vsses,
Hronats, Clocks, rosewood and walnnt Chamber Suits,
"les ot l-stuis XIV.; flue horse hair and spring Mattresses,
IU'Ming, walnut repsSuits, H tageres, Tables, Boekstands,
HufTet, Extension Table, Dining Chairs, Glass, China.
.Iver Ware, Cimery, .?c.. a rare opportunity tor tho?a
rurnlslil g country or cltv residences. "Joyds dcUycrud.
i?kckcu auu shipped lor purUiaein, .
iRK H
JST 18, 1873.?TRIPLE SHE
SALKH HT AIICTIOII.
A~ RCH. JOHNSTON. AUCTIONEEK,
Oltlce uid ?ale*room V Nassau street, Home auction
branch 19 Co -ft I''a*t Thirteenth street, Carriage Reposi*
tor? No. 8 Cortlandt street
I ARCH. JOHNSTON will sell, on Tuesday, at 10)?
c'clook, at the salesroom. 37 Nassau street, 2UI Chromos;
at 12 o'clock, great assortment of English and American
Hooka.
Vl'CTION SALE?POSITIVELY THIS DAY,
MONDAY. August !&
ROBERT C. CASH IN, Auctioneer, ???, at
10 o'clock precisely, at private residence
210 Went 21 lit street, near 7tli avenue.
1 Oenteel Household Furniture, consisting ol black walnut
and roaewood Parlor suits, covered In rich brocatol
and crimson satin; marble top Kilt Centre and hide
'I atiles, Etageres, Bookcases, Kaay Chairs, Bronzes
Paintings, Curtain*. ,
Dcckur A Uroi. 4 round 7'i octave Pianof ?rte.
Dining Kooin Furniture?Extension Table, Buffet,
Chairs, silverware Crockery, Ac.; rosewood and black
walnut Bedsteads. Dressing Cases, Bureaus, Waslistands,
Lounges, Ac.; :!? hair ana spring Mattresses, rev and
plush Suit*, seventeen Carpets, Brussels, ingrain, Ao.
Kvfnnsive Kitc hen Furniture, Ac.
N. B.?Sale positive, (ioods can reiikiin to 1st of the
month. Take ?th or 8?h av. cars to 21st street.
Horse*. Carriages, Uarnoss, Blanket*, Ac., to be gold
Thursday.
| \ UCTION KALE?OK THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE |
X*. c.xceisior onum in'ininni uiier me lire , comprising
Ave Clareneev tour Phaetons.Stivers and Brewster
Tup Wagons. Ift Coach Morses, two Road Horses, Sleighs,
single arid double Harness, Robes, Bella, Whips, 4c.. by
COliK A MUKI'H Y, at the unction ol Flatbusli and Atlantic
avenues, Broonlyn. on Tuesday, August 19, at II
o'clock. All sums over $100, 30, 60 and tfO days, approved
papttr.*_
BY I9ADOB .1. 8WARZKOPH, AtTOTIONBBB, 375
Bowery.?Will sell. 10 o'clock, 193 Division street,
contents ol .-aloon final l minium House; large lot feather
Beds, Mattresses, Bureaus and all the Furniture, Bar,
buck Bur, Icehouse. Tubles, Chairs, Bagatelle, Music,
Clock, Mirror, Paintings, Crockery, Ulassware, Range,
Stoves, Ac.; in lots; dealers call.
T/y ORDER OK I). W. RICHARDS, l'RQ.
JLJ Large sale this (Monday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock, all
the haudsome and genteel Household Furniture at the
(our story residence li)0 Kast Twenty-liftn street, between
'Ihird and Fourth avenues. Kiegunt Parlor Suits, covered
in sattu brocatel and reps- magnificent 7V octave
rosewood I'ianolorte. cost Pior mid Oval Mirrors,
curtains, Vaj-os. Cocks, Tables, ktugcrcs, Bookstands,
HedstcuUs, Bureaus, VVu-lisumis, Commodes, Mattresses,
Bedding, Lounges, Chairs, Solas, (liass, China. Silverware,
Cutlery, Buffet, Extension Table, Dining Chair*,
4c. Sale positive. ijovd* puckcd and delivered for purchasers,
city or country.
BY a W. DA lie; IY, AITCTIONEKR.-'DA0OB7 A
JOHNSON sell this day at 3 o'clock al their sales
rooms. 4M Canal street, a general, assortment of House
hold Furniture, black walnut Parlor Suits, In brown anil
green reps and haircloth: black walnut and cottage
Chamber Sets, marble top UureauN and Washstands,
several line Brussels, lapestry and In?riin carpet*,
Keds, Bedding, hair Mattresses, Pillows, IlK)cane-seat oak
dining room Chairs, Table*. Wardrobes, Mirror*. Clocks,
Glass and Cruckenr \\'are; Sewing Machine', Lace Cur
tains, Pictures, Sideboards, Bookcases, Lounges, Ice
Bo\os, Ac.
IjIRED. JF.WHTT A CO., AUCTIONEERS,
1 180 Greenwich street, cornor ol Hey.
This day, 11 o'clock, a large sale of Hardware. Pocket
and Table Cutlery, llaud.-aws, Hatchets, Builders' Hardware.
Fancy Uooils, Bird Cages, Pictures, Clocks, Ac.
JriiRE! tiRRf rmiVr '
1 HENRY DBBIIKR a POM, Auctioneer*, office 172
ast llnus.on street, sell thisdav, at 11 o'clock, at 374
Pearl street, up staiis, 50 cases 8?cdleal Tobacco, very
slightly damaged by water. Will be sold positively in
lou to suit the trade.
Francis fitzsimmons, auctioneer, wile sell
this day at 11 o'clock at 18D Kast Fifty-eighth street,
near Third av?nue, a general assortment ol Household
Furniture, Carpets, Suits of Parlor and Chamber Furniture.
Sal* positive and peremptory.
Jambs boo art, auctioneer,
MONDAY, August 18,
at eleven o'clock, at the auction room No. 1 North
Williams street: Marshal's sale; a large stock of Groceries,
sugar, Tea, Coffee, Spices. Flour, boxes of Soap,
c&uste of Tea, Ac., Ac. JOHN H. HILLIKK, Marshal.
J P. TRAVER. AUCTIONEER, WILE SELL ON
Monday, August 18, at lu^ o'clock, at No. 426 East
Sixteenth street, tine walnut Liquor Bar and Buck Bar,
Fixtures, three good Beer l'limpF, Mirrors, Clocks, Tables,
nilHira Pifdiro. Stnn. lr..l,..v l.rn,
Ac., it'.
JOIil'II MIOMlOOft A CO.. AUCTIONEERS-SALESroum
No. 300 West Thirty-eighth street?will sell today,
at ?0 A. M., sliurp, at !Si."> Tenth avenue. between
Twenty-sixth anil Twenty-seventh streets, the entire
Stuck and Fixtures ot the grocery store, consisting or
Tea, Cofl'ee, apices, Soaps, Palls, Lines, Brushes, Sea-lea
and Welghta, Icebox, Ac., Counters, Sidccuse, in lots to
suit the trade. Dealers invited.
Mobtgaoe sale.??, bogart, acctiuneeb,
will tell at puiillc auction, this day. August 18, at
10 A. M., on the premises, 21 Clinton place, basement,
Counter, Deak, Shetvlng, Starching Table, Stationary
Wushtubt, Clothes-lines, Pulleys,Tables, Benches, Smoothing
Irons, At.; also the Lease of the premises.
CLARKE A ACKERMAN,
Attorneys Tor Mortgagee, 117 Nassau street.
Mortuacf. male -jacob iukjart, auctioneer.
By virtue ot a (battle mortgage I will sell at
puDlle auction, at S o'clock this day, August 18, the Fixtures
of a ?lrM clans I^auer Beer and Lnnch Room, doing
* Brat cmm business. 42 Carmine street a. B CLABK,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?B. FIELD. SHERIFF'S AND
General Auctioneer, salesroom 121 Bewerv, will s*M
this day, at 11 o'clock, ftilO lots Men's and Women's
Clothing, Dresses. Shawls. Remnants, Underclothing,
Boddlng, Quilts, Blankets, Boots, shoes. Ac., Ac.; also
Coats. Pants and Vesta. By order of Charles Cudllpp,
2K9 SDrinc street
PAWNBROKER'S FALE.-THOMA8 J. M'ORATH,
Auctioneer, 133 Chatham street, will sell. thia day,
at 11 o'clock, 500 lots ol Women'a Clothing, Dresses.
Shawls, Remnants, Boot*, Shoe.*, Ac. By order of M
Levy, Grand street.
J^AVES^WOOD PROPERTY.
Forecrosure sale at valnable Property,
House ai d Grounds,
at Rarenswood, L I., on the premises,
Aagust 19, 1873, at 12 M. '
For rail particulars apply to
SEWELL k PIERCE,
Attornc>> Ac.,
17m Broadway.
SHERMAN. AUCTIONEER.
. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tea*, Ac., Monday, August
18, at 1?*< o'clock, 13 Howe it. tin* entire stork of a
dealer?viz., of about fio Mils, choice old Bourbon and Ityn
Whiskeys, 18 casks Brandies, Gin, 30 catfks Port and
Sherry, 47 caaes Claret Wines, also a large lot Llrfuors
in casea, Havana Cigars, canes and baskets Champagnes,
chests green and I.lack Teas, Store Fixtures, one iron
Kale, Ac. Sale poaiUve.
TIIOS. OAFPNEY, AUCTIONKER-OPPICK N<> r,
Centre street?will positively sell, on Monday, at 10
o'clock sharp, the Least.', Slock and Fixtures of the elegantly
titled up Liquor Store corner Twenty-lourtli street
and First avenue.
WILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER.
Sale ol Bankrupt's Estate.?The undersigned will
sell atpuiillc auction, upon the premises. No. 1,346 Third
avenue, northwest corner ot Seventy-seventh street and
Third avs.. New Vor ; city, on this day. the 18th of August,
1873, at 11 o'clock A. M., all the Fixtures, Tools and Stock
ami Good Will of the Fire Escape and Iron Railing Manufactory
lately belonging to William Schramm, bankrupt,
consisting ot Drilling Machinec, Forges, Vises, Anvils and
lot of other small Tools used in said liurir.es*; lot of Cookine
and Heating Stoves, Iron and Tin Ware, Refrigerators,
Bolts, I-ocks and Hinges; a large fiuantity of old and
new Iron and unfinished Iron Work ; also one fine young
Horse. JOSEPH II. JA?:KSON, Assignee,
Noh. 206 and 'am Franklin street,
New York.
~ ~ ~ PHOPOSALI. ""
LETTING
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD.
SRALED PROPOSALS will l.n receiver! ut ihe r?f
| the Chief Engineer, No. 23 Flltli avenue. In the cify of
New York, until noon of Wednesday, September 10, for
Grading ami Bridging all that portion of this Company's
i Koaii. between the Missouri and Yellowstone riven, 2J6
null's.
Proposal* will be received for the whole distance, or
for sections ol about 25 miles each.
Kor lurther information apply at the office ot the Chief
Engineer in New York, or to General T. L. Itotner, Olvinun
Engineer. Minneapolis, Minn.
W. Mil,.sou ROBERTS, Chief Engineer.
Nrw Yoax, Aug iix115, 1873.
WANTED?PROPOSALS KOR THE COMPOSITION
and printing oi a weekly (taper, four pages, size
28 by 36; also lor same lor eight page paper, Uhy 30. Ad.
dreas NEWSPAPER, Post omce box I.tOJ ?ew York cityEICPRirom.
A' ORAND OCEAN EXCURSION TO THE PISHINO
Bunks, giving a fine view of harbor and fortification?.?The
new. last and elegant saloon steamer TWILIGHT
will make daily excursions (Hatur<tavaoirrnt?<li
leave Eighth street, Ka*t River, at 7; Peck slip. 7 -30;
Twenty-third street, Niirth River, 8; Christopher street.
ami pier No. 8, 9; dinner, re fresh me nts, bait and i
lines on board. Tickets $1; ladles 90c. Mood music. i
fr'ORT LEE, Pf.F.ASANT VALLEY AND SHADY HIDE
r i-teatners leave dally irom spring street at ia*A. M..
2,5:10 and i P. M., landing at Twenty-third street ten minutes
later. Sunday time irom Spring street 930, 10,11 A. ,
M., I. 2 and 2 JO P. M., landing at Twi nty third street. '
Fare IS oentt. '
ORIKNT, GRHENPORT, 'SHELTER ISLAND, 8AU
harbor, Southold, New SutTqlii and .lamcgport
Steamer J. R SCHUYLER, 1
Captain O. .0. (Jihbs, <
will leave rler 18. East Klver, foot oi Wall street, at S P M
Tuesday, Thuradav and Saturday.
Returning
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
From Sastiarbor at 4 P. M.
from Shelter Island at 5 l?. M, 4 '
From Ureenport at 9:30 P. 11. *
From orient at 6 :'0 P. M. '
The steamer J. H. HCIIUYLER, from New York, will s
make close connection at Ureenport on Wednesday and
Friday mornings, with steamer J. S. UNDERBILL lor
Southold, New Suffolk and .lamesport
Returning Irom whicn poru the .1. 8 UNDERBILL
will connect with J. B. SCH U YLER lor New York at Sag- I
harbor on Monday, Wednesday and Frtday afternoon. I
1. T. HOW LA N I), office fifl South street^ j
TO 0IIA KTKR?SAL'HJN ST F.AM Kit WYOMINO,
barges Sarah Smith, Caledonln, Republic and Chi- t
cun Oriental Oro?e, Excelsior Park, King l< ?wood, lona
Island and Waweper urove. 384 West street, oopoilU
Christopher ferry. H. B. OROBtiETT.
UP THE HUDSON TO IONA ISI.AND EVERY MORN"
nlag-Bteatnboat THOMAS 0 >LLYKR, leaving
Harrison street North River, at 8 a M.; 2Mh'treet at i
a 1A A M, arriving at lona Island at 11.4) A. M.
Dinner at lona Island Hotel. <
? f
\rAOUT SCUD CAN BE CHARTERED BY DAY OR (
X week; has tplendld acenmmodaMon< for select <
parties. Apply to JACOB K VAX.KNT1.NL, 3i9 Ueuty
utnH, oraud itrecW
* .
ERA]
:et.
EUROPEAN HTKAMMIIPg.
QNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. ~
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL
STEAMSII1PS H TWKKN NEW YORK AND
HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST.
The splendid vessels on thin favorite ruute for the Continent
will Hall Irotn pier No. SO North River uh lollnws:?
PEREIKK, Daure Saturday, Augu?t2.1
ST. LAI RKNI, Rotuwau Saturday, September li
EUROPE, Lemsrie Saturday, September SI
YILLE DU HAVRE, Suruiont Saturday. October 4
PRICE OK PASS At) E IN TlOLD (INCLUDING WINE)
TO BREST OR HAVRE.
Klrnt Cabin, $L'S; Second Cabin, i7">.
Excursion Tickets at reduced rates.
These steamers do not carrv steerage passenger*.
American travellers going '<> ?>r returning from the
Continent of Europe, bv taking this line avoid both
transit by English railway and the discomforts of crossing
the Channel, besides s-aving time, trouble and expeuso.
GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent, 58 Broadway.
Clt'NARD LINK
J NOTICE.
With the view of diminishing the chances of collision
the steamers ul this line will henceforth take a specified
course for all f-earons ol the year.
on the Outward Passage iroui Ouecnstown to New York
or Boston, cio.-amg meridian of 00 at 43 laL, or nothing to
tlie lmrtli ol 43.
On the Homeward Passage, crossing the meridian ol SO
at 42 lat., or in.llmig to the north of 4?
TUIS HK1TIHI1 AMJ HtMlTU AMKKICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN
New York and Liverpool, culling at Cork Harbor.
FROM NEW YORK.
CUBA.-.W'sday, AuglutlS SAM ARIA. Sa'day, Attft, 16
SCOTIA.W'Hdav, Augu>t2U ABYSHlNIA-UiiMay, Aug. 23
ALOEHIA.V\ 'sday, aiik. 27 BATAV1A.. .Sa'day, Aug.30
RI'?>S1A... WNilay, Sept. 3 CALABRIA.Sa'day, Sept. 8
JAVA W'uday, Sept. 10 PAKTHIA. .Sa'day, Sept. 13
and every following Wednesday and Saturday from New
York, hteamers marked thus do not carry steerage
paxHcnKcrs. Cabin piistutue $*<0. 91**1 and $130. gold, accord
mi! to accommodation. Return tickets on favorable
terms. Steerage, $30, currency. Steerage tickeiH from
Liverpool and (jluceuKtowtl and all puru of Kurope at
lowest rates. Kcr freight ami cubiu passage apply at tliu
company'* office. No. 4 Bowling (ireen. Kor steerage
putsage at 111 Broad wav, Trluttv Building.
CIIARLkS tl. FRANCKLYN, Agent,
or to P. ti. 01' VERNliT,
Clark and Randolph street#, Chicago, 111.
\1- 1I1TK STAR LINK.
Y? KOR QUHKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CARRYING THE UNITED PATIOS MAIL.
New and lull-powered ?t -ainstiips
sailing Irom New York on ^aturda.vi, irom Liverpool on
ThursJaya, calling at Cork Harbor each way.
OCKANIC August 23, at 3 P. M.
Rl PUBLIC Ailgum 30, at 10 A. M.
ADRIATIC September 0, at 3 P. M.
HAtiTlu September 13 at 10 A. M.
?From the White Star dock, Pavonli teri'y, Jer-ey City.
Passenger accommodation* for h11 classes uurlvalle'd,
combining uttloly speed, anil comfort
Saloons, staterooms smoking room ant] bathrooms in
midship section, where least motion is felt surgeons
and stewardess accompany the steamer.
Hates?Saloon. $101, gold; steerage, $30 In currency.
Those wishing to .send for iriends in the Old Country
nan now obtain steerage prepaid certificates?$32, currency.
Passengers booked to and from all parts of America to
Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweden, India, Australia,
China, Ac.
Draiu Irom XI upwards.
Kor inspection ot plain and other information apply at
the Company's oiBce, 19 Broadway, New Vork.
Bills ol lading Issued to Continental ports.
J. II. SPANKS, Agent.
IriOR CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LONDON AND ALL
1 other points iu England and Wales.
The South Wales Atlantic Steamship Company's new
first class steamships will sail irom Pennsylvania Railroad
wharf. Jersey City, as follows:?
PEMBROKE August 21
GLAMORGAN September 13
First cabin passage, $75 and $<*), currency; second
cabin, $ftft, currency; steerage, $33, currency. Prepaid
steerage Certificates from Cardiff, $3(. currency. Drafts
lor ?land upwards. For further particulars apply to
ARCHIBALD BAXTER 4 OO., Agents,
17 Hroadway, New \urk.
rpiIK HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
1 iron mall steam-hip . ?
1IAMMONIA,
Captain Voss, will wall on Thureduy, August 21, at 2 P.
M.. for Hamburg,
taking passengers Irom Now York to Plymouth, London,
Cherbourg and Hamburg.
First rahln, t l-U. Second cabin, #7?
Steerage, t,1*', pavable In I'niiet! Mate* gold
KUNHAKUT A CO., C. B. lilCHAKD A BOAS,
General Agents. General 1'a.ssi'ngur Agents,
61 Broad street, New York. 01 Broadway, New York.
I lie llO;.hATIA wiii .sail Align-.! 28.
STATE L1NB.
NEW YORK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL,
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY.
These elegant uew Clyde-built steamer* will sail from
stale Line pier, Fulton terry, Brooklyn, N. V., as follow*:?
ALABAMA Saturday, August23
PENNSYLVANIA Wednesday, September 3
VIRGINIA Wednesday, September 17
GEORGIA Wednesday, October 1
and every alternate Wednesday thereaiter, taking passengers
at through rates to all part* of Great Britain and
Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Germany.
Drafts for ?1 or upward*.
For irelght and pannage apply to
AUBTIN BALDWIN ft CO.. Agents, No. 72 Broadway.
Steerage passage oflice, No. *.'> Broadway.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE-STEAM TO QUEENS,
town and Liverpool.
Hailing every Wednesday.
IDAHO, Guard August 20, S P. M.
MINNESOTA, Freeman Augtwt 27, 9:30 A. M.
From pier 46 North River.
Cabin Passage, $80 gold : Steerage, $30 currency,
i'repald tickets, $32 currency.
Passenger* booked to and from Paris, Hamburg, Norway
and Sweden, Ac. Draft* on Ireland, England,
France and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION. 2? Broadway.
SPECIAL NOTICE.?THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
IDAHO, sailing Wednesday, August 20, will carry n
limited namberol second cabin pa?*.-nger* at $M), currency.
Atmlv tu W1I.I.IAMA GlMuN. 29 Broailwav.
Great western steamship line.
NEW YORK TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRECT.
The HtAiiroer* of this Hue will sail lrom pier 18 East
River, u? follows
ARRAGON, Western Wednesday, August Z7
LAPLAND, Jones Wednesday, September 3
Cabin passage, $70; Intermediate, $ &; Steerage, $:50,
currency; Excursion Ticket*. $120. Apply lo agents, 70
South street. E. E. MORGAN'S SONS.
North german i.U)YI> steamship company.
For Southampton and Bremen.?The steamship
BREMEN, Captain II. Schlucnberg, will sail on Wednesday,
August 20, at 2 p. M., (rout Bremen pier, foot of Third
street, Hoboken, to be followed by steamship MAIN, Captain
K. V. Oterendorp, on Saturday. August 23.
Rates of passage to London, Havre and Bremen, payable
in gold or its equivalent In currency
First Cabin $120
Second Cabin 72
Steerage 30
for freight or passage apply to OELRICU8 A CO.,
Agents, No. 2 Bowling Green.
VT"ATIONAL LINE Of STEAMSHIPS.
1\ Weekly to Queenstown and Liverpool.
Kortnigntly to London direct
From Piers No*. 41 and 47 North Rlrer.
TO yUEKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
EOYPT, Grogan Saturday, Aug. 23, at 3 P. M.
CANADA, Wcoster Saturday, Aug. 30, ijlOA. M.
SPAIN, Grace Saturday, Sept fl, at 3 P. M.
ITALY, Thompson Saturday, Sept 13.10:30 A.M.
Ciihln passage. $70. $80, $90. currency. Steerage, $29
currency. Return tickets at reduced rates. Prepaid
steerage tickets from Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry,
Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol or Loudon at the
lowest rates.
K?r further information apply at the Company's office,
No. 6'J Broadway.
r. W. J. HURST, Manager.
INMAN LINE.
for Queenstown and Liverpool. Royal Mail steamers
are appointed to sail as follows:?
CITTOK NEW YORK Thursday, August 21, 2 P. M.
CITY OK MONTREAL Saturday, August 23, 2 P. M.
CITY OF LIM K,KICK Thursday, August 2ri, 9 A. M.
CITY OK CIlKdTER. Satnr.tay. AngustSO, 10 A. M.
CITY OK ANTWERP Thursday. Hentembcr 4, 2 P. M.
CITY OF RICHMOND Satusday. Septemlier 6, 2 P. M.
and each succeeding Saturday aad Thursday, from pier
43 Nor til River.
rates of pap8aoe.
Cabin, $70, $90 and $9n, gold, according to accommodation.
Round trip tickets at low rates.
Steerage, to Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, l/ondonderry,
Lonflon, Bristol or Cardiil, $30. Prepaid ctrtiflcMUj
$32 currency.
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden,
Norway, Denmark and Paris, at reduced rates.
Drafts taued at lowest rates.
For cabin passage and general business apply at the
Company's office. No. >6 Broadway.
For steerage passage, at 33 Broadway.
JOHN (J. DALE, Agent, or to
O'DONNELL A FAULK, 402 Chestnut St., Philadelphia;
M. S. C RE AG If, 102 State street Boston;
r. i;. uin-iivr*, .a fouin Mam, corner i,ase si., inicngo;
WM. I.N.MAN, Liverpool, and No. 9 Kue Scribe, Pari*.
Anchor line. . ? _
.steamer* Mil from pier 20 North River, New York,
EVERY WhDNEBDAY AND HATUKDAY.
ANOLIA Sat, Aug. 16 ITALIA. .... .Wed.. Sept 3
TKIN ACRl A.. Wed.. An/. A) AUSTRALIA...Hat. Hept. 6
CALIFORNIA.Sat,. AUC. 23 OLYMPIA Wed.. Sept }0
PALK.DONLA.Wed.. Aug. 27 VICrOKlA... .J?aU. Sent. IS
INDIA sat. Auk. 30 COLUMBIA Wed., Sent. 17
The passenger accommodations on fteamers oi thts line
ire unsurpassed for elegance and comfort Cabin stateroom*
ore all on upper deck, thus securing good light and
ventilation. rates ok pa8saoe
to glasgow, liverpool or londonderry.
Sat Steamer*. Wed. steamer*.
Mold. Currency.
'aliilis 175 and 965 975 and 965
;alpln return tickets, sccurin*
heat accommodation*. 9130 $130
Steerage. 930. currency.
Ticket* for na*?ace to or Iroin any seaport or railway
Nation In Oreat Britain, Ireland or the Oontinout Issued
it lowest rate*.
Draft* for any amount at current rate*.
Company * unices. No. 7 Howling wreen, New York.
HENDERSON BROTHERS, A?ent?.
Jo'donovan rossa. ?national steamship
. Company's passage office, pier 47 North River, fool
if Hou*ton street. Draita at lowest rates pavable everywhere.
Hie bsauttfUl ateamship egypt tails Saturday.
OOABTWlaB STEAMSHIP*.
* tlas steamship company.
f\ Mall Hue for West Indie*, Havana and Spanish
lain. The steamers are appointed to sail from pier ii
(orth River, for Kingston, Jamaica.
LTLA8 September *.
For Port au Prince Curavoa. 4c., ARIEL. September 5.
For Port an Prince, Havanilla, Ac., ( I.AR1BKL, Sei>ember
Id. For freight or passage apply to
PIM, POEWOOD i CO.. A (tents.
M Wall and M Pine street,
Direct line to Havana,
Frogreso and Vera Cm*.
New York and Mexican Mall st?*iii?tilp line, leaving <
pier No. 3 North River, at 3 I' M.,
e. ery thursday,
3ITY OK MRRIDA (Havana onlv) Aug 11
51TY OF HAVANA (Havana only) V if. V
JLEOPATRA (Havana via Naa*au ....Hept J '
JPBA (Havnnit and Mexico), . Noon, Hept 8 |
For frelctit or passage sppiv to
r, AUUJUUlkjt * SON* 33 Broailwur, I
LD.
PRICK FOUR CENTS.
COASTW10B WIMWBIIl;
Pacific mail steamship company^ kink
' A to
CALIFORNIA, JAPAN AND CHINA,
via Panama,
carrying, Mails, Pa -engers ami Freight
U)
Atpiiiwall, Panama, Santa Martha.
(Jrcyiuwn, ami Pacific Coast of Mexico,
Central America, Peru
anil Chill.
Aiiiin?t ?fl?steamer OCEAN QUEEN, Captain Kealiury,
will leave pier No. North River, at I- o'clock noon, lor
A*pinwall direct, connecting at Panama with the steamer
A i.ask a. Captain Noleu; leaving Panama lor san 1'rariI
cluco, an^l calling at Acaiiulno. Mazatlan anil vtatr/.anillo;
aUo connecting tor all Central American aud South Pacific
Ports. Departures of 2t?th each ninntti from New
\urk connect with the company'* ^aim r tout :hiiiB at
Han Ht uito, Tonala, rtalina Cruz an.l Port Angel. The
steamship CGsTA KICA will leave San Francisco on August
a, lor Honolulu, sandwich Islamls.
One ot the company's splendid steamer* Will leave Snn'
Francisco September 1, 1H73, tor Japan and China. F..r
rates ot passage, ireieht ami all lurtlu-r information, apply
at company's office on the pier, tout of Canal street.
oeorue ii. bradbury. President
ii. j. bti.Liv, Superintendent.
^tkw yokk and havana direct mail link.
These flrat class steamships will sail evorv Tuesday, at
3 p. m., from pier 1.1 North River (toot of Cedar street),
for Havana direct, us follows:?
MORRO CASTLE August 12
COLUMBIA Auguat l?
WILMINGTON August M
Fur freight and passage (having magnificent arcninmudaiiuiis)
apply to
WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.,
No. 6 Bowling Green.
D. McKELt*AR, Agent In Havana.
UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STKAMSHIP
COMPANY.
The elegant sldewheel steamship SOUTH AMERICA,
2,lJUi> tons Mirdeu, Captain K. L. Tinklenaurh, will sail
tor St. Thomas, I'nra, I'emamlineo, li.ihia and Rio de
Janeiro on satnrila.v, August Zl, at 3 o'clock 1*. M., from
pier IS North River.
For ireight or passage apply to
WM it. oaukISON, Agent, Wp. 8Bowling Often.
hPSXAS LINB FOH QALVBBTON, ToroHINd AT
1 Key Nest. currying tho t'niieil states mail.?Steamer
CITY ?IF HOUSTON, Captain Hpi-rlng, will h ave pier tib
East River, Saturday, August 21, at 3 1*. M. Through
lulls of lailiiiir given to Houston anil all n.iinfs on the
Galveston, Houston and Henderson ami H. II. und R. R.
No charge tor torwarding In New York. For treight or
passage, having superior aejoinmodntions, apply to
('. it. MALLORY A <Jn., * ; Maiden laue, or
W P. CLYDK, Il> Wall street. _
t"*01l NKW ORLEANS DIRECT.
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINK
The steamship
GENERAL MEADE.
from ploriifi North River (loot of North Moore street\
on .Saturday, August <0. at3o'el( c'i 1*. M.
Freight received daily. Through rates given to Ht
Louis, Vlckshurg, Motdle, Galveston and IndlanolH.
For freight orjmasage, having superior accommodations,
apply to FRKDKRIC UAKKR. pief :ii> Nortli Hivi r.
171011 NEW ORLKAKS DIRKCT,
The Cromwell Steamship Line.
The stoamsMip CO liTKH, Captain Frank Kemblc, will
leave pier No.? North Klveron Saturday, August 23, 1873,
at 3 1". M. Freight received daily. Through rate* given
to Galveston, Indlanola,'Ro<;kporl or Aranzas wharf, Brazos
Santiago and St. Louis.
Catilu passage, $50; steerage, $2ft. For freight or pasasge
apply to CLARK A SKAMAN, 10 West street
IT OR NORFOLK. CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.?
I The old Dominion Steamship Company will dtspateb
from pier 37 North River, their elegant aidewheel steamsnip
WYANOK.K, Couch, commander, tar Norfolk, City
J*olnt und Richmond, on Tuesday, August 19, at 3 V, M.,
giving through bills ol lading to all points South ana
South west, through passenger tickets to all points. Accommodation*
unequalled. Apply at pier 37, or at general
office, 187 Greenwich stroll, corner of Dey street
Ttt.VVKI-I.lvHS ?i;il?E.
AFTERNOON HOAT FOR NF.WBURO, FOUOHkeeosie,
Rondout and Kingston, landing at Cozzena',
West I'otrtt. Cornwall, New Hamburg and Milton.?'lht>
MARV FoWKLIi, liom Vestry street, pier 3tf, every afternoon,
at ;i:XU o'clock.
ALfUNY AND TROY $J. .SARATOGA $3 30, BY DAY
line h<>a'.s C. VIHIt.VIU) ami MANUAL DRiiW.?
I cave \ o-tr.v street (iter at 8-.SO A. M? and Twenty third
Direct, iiur.li of i'.ria terry, at rt :ift, lundlng At Yonkvra,
Tarryiown util >yack ihy ferryboat), Milton, I'oughkeetnue,
uluncbeck, Tivoli, Cat.sklll mid Llud'on. Connrrting
lor nil points Want ami North. Trip ticket* to
West 1'olnt, Cor.iwiill and Newijurg, returning same day,
$1. Tickets liy cpcuial cars and baggage checked to
Saratoga and snaron.
/ MTIZENB' LINK KOR TROY?PASSAGE, $1 W.-THB
\J elegant steamboat* HUNNYSlDii and POWELL
leave pier ?? North River, foot of Leroy street, daily
(Saturdays excepted', at 0o'clock I*. M., connecting with
morning trains on Ucng-tclacr and Saratoga, New York
Central and Troy and Huston railroad* for all points
North. East and West The inoal direct route to Saratoga.
I Luke George and Montreal. Through tickets sold and
baggage cbcckcd to destination.
JOSEPH CORNELL, Superintendent^
IjlAST RIVER ROUTE TO CONEY ISLAND.?STKAMER
'j METAMORA leaves dull v Eighth street, East Hirer,
at 9 30 A. M , 12 JO and 3 30 1'. M. ; iner 27 East River at
V:60A. K., 12:50 anil 3:60 P. M.; Fulton terry, Martin a
pier, Brooklyn, 10 A. M., I and 4 P. M. ______
IpALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON,
1 via Newport and Fall River.
The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL and PROVIDENCE
leave pier 28 North River. foot of Murray street,
daily (Sundays included), at 6P. M. Hall's Baud in engaged
for the season. A. P. BACON, Superintendent.
XTEW JERSEY SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINK
1> offer extraordinary inducements to excursion
parties lor the great watering place of America,
Long Branch.
The attention ot churches, societies, club*, picnic
parties, Ac., in called to the following schedule ol rcduced
rates:?
Parties of 30 ana less than 100,11 60 round trip.
Parties of 100 and leas than-SOO, >1 26 round trip.
Parties of 200 and over, only $1 round trip.
The East End Uotel,
under the management of Mr. Uus. Fuller, with its beau.
tlAil lawns, croquet, base ball and other pleasure
grounds tor the free use of excursionists, as well as for
the reception ol permanent and transient guests.
Rooms and meals at liberal ratesIt
is the roost desirable location on the beach. For
information apply at the Company's oflice, 30 Broad
street; 9 Astor House, pier 2o North River, loot Murray
street and at the general office, Ujng Branch. _
? ..... jBl,v r- C0LE?
? m ? General Freight and Passenger Agent
M. W. Skiut, Superintendent
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAp
Trains leave New York, from foot of Deihrosaea
and Cortlamlt streets, as follows:?
Express lor llarrlsburg. Pittsburg, the West and South,
with Pullman palace ears attached, 'J 38 A, M , 5, 7 and
8 30 P. M. Sunday, 6,7,8 30 P. M. i -r,
For Baltimore, Washington ami the Sonth, via "Pnnisvlvauia
Air Line," at 8:60 A. M., 3-.20 and 9 P. M.; Sunday.
IIP. M.; and via P. W. and B. Railroad at 9 A. M
12 u*) and 9 P. M. Sunday, 9 P. M.
Express lor Philadelphia, R:W, 9, 9 30 A. M., 12:30, 3-20, 4
6, 7. 830,9 P. M. and 12 nlglit. Sunday, 7. 8:30and 9P. M*
For Philadelphia via Kensington, at 7 A. M. and 6:10 P.
M. Sunday. 0:10 P. M.
Emigrant and second class, 7:06 p. M.
For Newark, atti, 830, 7, 7*0, 8:10, 9. 10,11 A. M., 12K., L
2, 2 30, S, 3:30. 4:10, 4:30, 8:10, 6:20, 8:40. 6, flUO, 30, 7,
7:30,8,8:30,9, 10, 11:30 P. M. and 12 night. fWlay,
6:20. 6:10. 8. 8:30and 9 P. M.
For Elizabeth, 6, 030, 7, 7:40. 8:10, 9, 10. 11 A. M? 12 M.,J?
2. 2:30, 3 30, 4:10. 4:30, 8 20, 5*0, .1, 6:10, ? ,'io, 7:30, ?
?*?''< p ? 1 anJ ,a ni*ljt- Sunday. 5 JO, 6 ia
For Railway, 6,6 30, 7. 8:10, 9, 9:30. IDA. M, 12M.1,1
2:30, 3, 3:30, 4:10, 4 JO. 8:J0 i:40 <>, 6 10, 6: ?1, 7, 7 3o! s!
10 P. M. and 12 night. rfunday, a :'io, 6:10 and 7 P. M
For ^Votxlbridgu ^and Perth Auiboy, 6 and 10 A. M.,230,
For New Brunswick, 7 and 8:10 A. M., 12 M? 1, 3. 4 10 8 20
(f:h),^8:5U, 9 P. M. and U night. Sunday, 8:10, 8.36 and
For East Millstone 8:10 A.K, 12 M., 4:10 and 8-20 P. M.
Kor Laiubertville and Fleinington, 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
For Phlllipsburg and Belvldere, 2 and 4 P. M.
Accommodation for Bordcntown, Burlington and Camden,
7 and 9 3 ) A M.. 12:30, 2, 4, 8 and 7 P. M.
For Freehold, 7 A. M.( 2 and 4 I'. M.
For Jamesburg. Pemberton, Camden, CA. M. and via
(oat from pier No. 1. 3 30 P. M. '
Trains arrive as followsFrom Pittsburg, 6:60. 10:28
A M.. ff:3&P M rtallv : 5-2A kl 18 A. M hm.I-4 P M
(tally except Monday. Frwm Washington ami Baltimore,
via Pennsylvania Air Line. 6:40 A. M., 4:16 and
9:15 P. M. Sunday. 6:40 A. M.: ami, via P. W. Mid I*.
R. R., 6:40 A. M.,4u% anil 10:1.1 P.M. Sunday,6:40 A.
M. From Philadelphia, 5itt, li 40, (i M. 10: IS. 11 :#>, 11 :S6
A. M., 2:15, 3:55. 4:3ft, 6:05, 7 r.!5, 9:15, 18:IS P. M. Sunday.
5:22, 6:40, 6:50, 10:25, 11 :20A. M? 3:56, 10:15 P. M.
Ticket offices, 526, 4%. 271 and 944 Broadway; No. 1
Astor House, and foot of Deshrosies and Cortlandl street*.
tuiiKMut Ticket office, Mo. 8 Battery place.
A. J. CASSATT, D. M. BOYD, Jr.,
General Manager. Oenerat Passenger AKent.
RKOCLAR CONEY ISLAND BOAT-DAILY Excursions
to the seashore. Steamer UENERAUKEDOWICK
leaves Christopher street. North River, at 9 15 A.
M., 12:15, 3:15 P. M,; Franklin street at 9:A>, 12 M, 3
pter No.j# North River at 9 JM, 12 30. 3:J0.
STONINUTON LINE TO BOSTON.
Day Boat
The new steamer RnoDE ISLAND, the fastest and
most magnificent steamer afloat, tewvee Twenty-third
street nier. East River, dally at 2 .SO P.M. Direct connection
with express trains for Narraganiwtt pier, Providence
and Boston. Best route to Whit* Mountains.
Splendid excursion. Take the RHODE ISLAM), remain
on board, and be back to the city at 7 A. M. the next
morning.
steamer SYLVAN OLEN leaves Peck slto at 2:10 P. M.
and^connects with the KllobH ISLAND.
^AKrATOt,A?DIRECT ROUTE, FARE 75 THHOI OH,
O via Citizens' line; elegantsteamboatsdaily, Saturday*
excepted, at 6 P. M., from pier 49 N. R., foot oi Lerov
street. Excursion, tickets Saratoga and return in 3d
days, $6.
YACHTS, 8TKAtHB(>ATH> At:. J
A37 FOO* CABIN YACHT FOR SALE-STANCH
and seaworthy . perfectly round and In first class
condition; finished In hardwood; new spar* and sails
this year; most complete Inventory of any boat of her
size afloat; furnished with awnings, French China dinner
service, linens, Ac., Ac. Apply to 0. A. CUKKVhB,
#B ft ambers street
Boats-all kinds and sizes, woqd and iron,
on band at my shops, 36i, <73 South street andI llltli
street, ilariem River. STEPHEN ROBERTS.
OTEAMBOAT BATH BIN A FOR 8 ALB. - 8TB B Mi
0 wheel boat adapted for river navigation: length. 54
teet. beam, 11 feet SJnclies; draught * feet; well adapted
for exourslon parties or for towing; good engines ana
boiler, of about 40 horse power; built In I'M, and is In
S.hmI condition, can be seen at Springfield, Mass. AdresaC.
M^jC LALLAN k BON, Cblcopee, ?ass
T CO BO AT FOR SALE?M BT 16; IN OOOt) ORDER
and running eyory day. ApolytoC. UOLLENBECK
A CO., 26 South street.
MTANTBD IMMEDIATELY?A S*lLINO MASTER,
TT for 'h?! schooner yacht Enchantress. None tvit
first class navigators, with good references, need <?pr>i< ,
between S and 10 A. M , to J. T. LOUBat, ownei ?t"u{
master, 21 west Nineteenth street
XTACHT KAISER WILLHELM FOR SALE, 45X11; IN
1 splendid order. Schooner Yacht wauled. Abulv ta
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