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BPMC1AL WOTICKS. ^
fl ZH? ?
FRKD'K A. O. SOHWARZ,
786 Broadway. near Ninth street,
hu returned from Kurope with ? Ttrjr fine and
carnally selected stock of
New Toys, Do lb and Fanoy Acttclea,
auj solicits a call of his patrons.
- - ??
fa -OKBALD BRANCH OFFICE, BROOKLYN,
A . corner of Fulton avenue and Boer am street.
Open lroiu S A. M. to ? P M.
f-- On Sunday iroin 3 to V P. M.
I * -KENTUCKY STATE LOTTEBY, FOR THE BENEJ\.
fit of the Schools of Frankfort, draws dally, For Information
send or apply to JOSEPH BATES, Agent, 196
Broadway, loom 4.
ik -havana lottery-tickets direct from
UV. the (tovernment every drawing; circular*, airing
full information, free. Jose I'll hatks. Broker,
? It# Broadway, room 4.
' 4 ?PUBLIC LIBRABY OF KENTUCKY.
BP-* 5?.'S.0T.ern0r Thomas E. BrainU tte Manarer. Fourth
JtJrand Oitt l oncert and Drawing at Louisville. Decern*
lirr* 10 fit.) svilfru <*.*? Mirutinn *1 K'Vt nil.
gift $25.1,000; one of 9100,(0). one of $50,000, Ac.: lowest
Klfl (SO. 100,000 ticket* were sold for last concert only
80,000 tickets Issue J tor the fourth concert, halt of whicn
are Intended tor the European market. The capital
tirize of $100,030 at lajt conccrt was drawn at Kingston,
Mass., and money paid by draft on Fourth National Bank,
flew York. Tickets $50, tenths $5 each. For ticket*, circulars
or information apply to THOMAS H. 11a YS, Manager,
Branch office, 609 Broadway.
A?XME. LOUISE G. GODDARD HAS RETURNED
. trom Sharon Springs to 528 Sixth avenue, and Is
now ready to receive her lady customers.
Bankers and brokers- office, 1,207 broadway,
opposite Ullsey House. Drawings ot the
Havana and Kentucky Lotteries regularly received and
filed;
FOR THE YOUNG, OLD, MALE, FEMALE, WEAK
or debilitated?Kubbing, bathing, exercise, advice
on diet, Ac., by Prolessor JUDO; best medical reference.
Address 163 East Thirty-first street Patients called on;
terms reasonable.
Havana lottery-next drawing, sept. 17.
German Slate Lotteries.
Send for circulars. RITTER A CO.,
Box a 836 Post office. 86 Nassau street, room 4.
Branch office 1,017 Third av., near Sixtieth sk, flrst floor.
H" AVANA LOTTERY.?NEXT DRAWING SEPTEMBER
17. Prizes cashed, lull inlormatiou given, circulars
sent free and orders filled. A. BROWN, 02 Broadway.
Box 2.642 Post office.
Havana lottery.-$525,ooo will be drawn
September 17. Whole tickets, $26; halves and quarters
in proportion. a. schneider A CO..
36 Wall street basement
HAVANA LOTTERY. DRAWING SEPT. 17.
New scheme.
908 prizes.
Circulars mailed free.
r. ortega'S Successor,
Post office bo* 1,848. No. 9 Wall street
Havana lottery.?next drawing 17th inst.
a. casal a co., No. 6 Wall Ftrset. Post office box
4,251 New York. Branch officc 48 Broad street
Havana lottery of ccba.?$5:5.000 drawn
every 17 days. Next drawing September 17. Circulars
giving lull Information, sent free. Address G. C.
HALL A CO., 73 Nassau street, room 3.
Havana lottfry.?few more left.?$52?,ro>
to be drawn September 17. Kentucky State and
German lotteries; prizes cashed anil information given;
circulars tree. PARKS A CO., 1.8 Broadway, room 2.
Private office attached.
Havana lottery-next drawing September
17. Royal Saxon Government Lottery. City of Hamburg
Lottery. Brunswick Government Lottery. Prizes
cashed and information given. VETTKR A CO.. 185 Bowery
(uermania Bank Building). Post office box 4,271.
Havana lottery of cuba.
Royal Saxon Government Lottery,
Oity ot Hamburg Lottery.
Brunswick Government Lottery.
Prizes cashed and information given.
THEODORE ZSCHOCH,
Post office box 6,080. 116 Nassau street
JENNIE?CALL AND SEE MM E. ELLIS, AT HER
first class Dressmaking Rooms i?? No. 13 Sixth avenue,
and get a pair ol those new style "Ho*! Elastics." They
are elegaut. MINNIE.
KUHLMANN A CO., BANKERS, 40 BROADWAY,
execute orders lor Havana Lottery, wholesale and
retail, and cash prizes Foreign Exchange und Passage
Office. Post ottlce box 3,585.
Kentucky state i<otteries.
OFFICIAL DRAWINGS.
kentucky?extra class mo. 535? sktt1cmbkr 1.1, 1973.
47, 71, 33. 60, 66, 04, 37, 75, 54, 27, 61, 21.
krntcckt?class no. 536? SErTEMSCR 13, 1873.
1, 66, 46, 21, 7, 49, H. 51, 41. 4, 36. 51, 4 J, 57.
cIMMONS A Co., Managers, Covington, Kv.
shclby collkfik? extra class no. 435?september 13, 1873.
59, ly. 54, 78, 4, 34. 45, 63, 17, 71, 77. 35.
SnKLlIT college?class no. 436? september 13, 1873.
64, 60, 26, 10, 5S. *5, 32, 44, 27, 54. 28. 8, t?, 42.
SMITH A CO., Managers. Covington, Kv.
Address J. CLUTE, Broker, 2l)ti Broadway, 153 Fulton
street atld No. 2 Park row. Post office box 4,9ri9.
Kentucky state lottery?for the benefit i
ot the schools olJFranktort. dally. Circulars giving
lull inlormatiou sent rree. Address U. C. HALL A Co., I
Brokers, 73 Nassau street room 3
NEW TOY! "THE BOY'S OWN GUN."?NO GUNpow.ler;
loud report; cork projectiles; pcriectly
harmless; a charming toy tor $1. The trade supplied.
M1LNER. ISO Bleecker a reet
Patent for the above and others for sale.
OFFICE OF lHE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
Pilots.
87 Socth Strkit, New York, Sept 13, 1873.
This Is to notify ull concerned that William J. Murphy,
'who represent* himself u> a pilot uud as building a nuinter
of vessel* lor cjast piloting and other purpose*, ts not
a New York pilot having been dropped from the rolls In
1857 tor cause, und that parties receiving letters from him
on the above subject will do well to satlsty themselves
bi fure tiusting to his statements.
Ot-.O. W. BLUNT, Secretary.
OFFICIAL DRAWING NORTH CAROLINA LOTTERY,
for the benefit ot the Common School and Poor Fund.
EXTRA CLASS, l<0. 249? SKl'TKM BltK 13, 1873.
48, 29, 41, 59, 6J. fc8, 411, 70, 40, 47. 4. 2.
HORTII ("AHOLINA?CLASS HO. 250?SKPTKMBKR 13, 1873.
86. 2o, 32, 29. 12, 74, 49, 9, 40, 31, 74, 37, 43, 45.
liEltKKN A CO., Managers.
LUTIIY A CO., Brokers, 232 Greenwich street. New York.
PARTIKS LOOKING FOK A I*I,EASANT, SAFK BL'SI
ness have now an opportunity to purchase one of
the finest Liquor .stores down town. Address box 1,307
Tost oftlce.
PRIZES CASHED IN KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY;
yearly back-uuinber book constantly on liand.
J. E. BKENNAN, Broker,
60 (Chatham street.
Private entrance from Chambers street.
1JOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
XV New Scheme out-. $525,000 drawn every 17 days,
commencing August 30,1873.
1 prize ol $100,000
1 prize ot 90,000
1 prize of 25,000
2 prizes of $10,01*) 20,000
6 prizes ot $5,000 30.000
897 other prices, amounting to $300,000. Information
furnished : orders filled. Circulars sent free on ubD'iea
tion. Mian Hi Bunk Bill* anil Government* purchased.
TAYLOR 4 CO.. Banker*,
11 Wall street.
KOVAL HAVANA LOTTERY.?NEXT DRAWING
September 17; $523,010 in prized. Circular!) sent IVee,
information given anij orders filled by P, C. DEVLIN.
Stationer and PrinUT, SO Liberty strec', New York.
OTATE LOTTERIES OK MISSOURI.
0 Grand single number scheme, drawn tho Inst day of
every month, 93Q0.U00 in prizes: whole tickets $10. Send
lor circular to MURRAY; MILLER A CO., Managers, St
Louis, Ma
Translations made in all languages cor.
rectly?Books, Pamphlets. Catalogues, Circulars and
all kinds ot commercial and judicial documents. Office
zih Broadway, mom i. j h. luna.
rpiIE GENTLEMAN WHO CALLED IN THIRTEENTH
1 street left V?tch and Chain for a few hours, will
please call tor it or will dispose ot the same.
\rETKKANS OK THE MEXICAN WAR, THE FORMER
members ot the Kirst regiment (t'olonel Stevenson's
California Expedition) New York Volunteers, will assemble
at Deunonico's, corner BroaJwav and Chamber
street, on Monday, Sept. 15, at twelve o'clock noon.
JEREMIAH SHERWOOD, Lieutenant commanding.
FRANCIS D. CLARK, ot the Committee of Arrange
jnents.
r ANN STREET.-SHOW CARDS, SIGNS ANI) PRICE
*J Tickets ready made and to order, at short notice
J. MULLEN.
<fe99"\ nnn ?<IRAND GIKT CONCERT AT NEWiuiir?r)'
arlt>to al(l in establishing the Lincoln
fChartered by the State Legislature.
BMUU in ifash Giita.
ickeu, *1 each , 6 for *5, for sale by B. HEWITT.
79 Nassau streeL
is drawn daily in the legal.
<PoO'/. J(JO izeil Kentucky Lottery; Royal lla%ana
and Kentucky circulars tree; 12>3 cents commission
allowed Address HALEY A CO. (office established 30
yearM, 1"< Broadway.
Kl ItOPFAM STKAMSIIIPS.
North german lloyd steamship company
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AMI BREMEN
The steamship KOLN, ( aptiln 11. (Kranke will sail
on Wednesday, September i7, i P. M., from Kreaien pier
toot 'llllrd street, lloboken, to he lo.lowed hy
Steamship KHEIN, Captain J. C. Meyer, on Saturday,
K^TBITOE'PASSAGE TO I.ONDON, HAVRE AND
B HEMES,
parable In gold, or It* equivalent in currency.
Pint cabin $v:0
fecund cabin Ti
steerage 3U
ho* freight or pa?age upply to
OE^KICHS A CO., Agent*,
No. 2 Bowling (Ireen.
TTNITfcD STATES MXlL L1NB7?STEAM TO QUEENS
L town and Liverpool.
Sailing every Wednesday.
MANHATTAN. Price. Jr Seutember 17, at 2VJ P. M
WYOMING, Morgan Septeirfber 24, at N A. M.
Erom pier 4# Nortii Klver.
Cabin Parage. ? *). gold: steeraire. ?>. currency.
Prepaid ticket*, *.?. currency.
Passengers bonked to and from Paris, Hamburg. Norway
and Sweden, Ac. Droit* on Ireland, Eng.and,
? irauce und Germany at lowest rate*. Apply t<>
WILLIAMS A OUION. a? Broadway.
CI'KI'IAI. NOTICE. _ ?
M The splendid ateamshlp MANHATTAN, wailing
Wodnflsday, September 17, will carry n limited number
ot intermediate panwnger* at 9M, currency, each. Apply
l? nil.LIAMS a OCION, 2? Broadway. _
fflHB HAMBURG -AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
A iron mail sieamwhip
WESTPHALIA
Captain II. F. Schwensen, will nail on Thursday, September
IP, at 2 P. M., tor Hamburg.
tak.iig pasiH-ugtrs .' ?,in New York to Plymouth, London,
. Cherb iurg and Hambnra.
First cabin, f 128. Second cabin, f7J.
?n.in IV!)"' *** P?y?bie In United State* gold.
KUNHAKDT 4 Co C. B KICIIAKD A BOAS,
,, general Agent* Oenerai Pa*?enger Agent*.
... 4W *"rk ! Broadway, Mew York,
ilia THimwUiA will tail September 26.
msw YORK ]
_ r BCTtOPBAl WKAHmnPS.
INMAN LINE,
FOB ytTEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Royal Mall steamers are appointed to sail ax follows:?
CITY or BROOKLYN Thursday, Sept 18. 2 P. M.
CITT OF RICHMOND Saturday, Sept. 20,2 P. M.
CITY or NKW YORK Thursday, Sept. 25. 7 A. M.
CITY CF MONTREAL Saturday, feept 27, 9 A. M.
CITY or LIMERICK. Thursday, Oct. 2. 2 P. M.
CITY Or CHESTER Saturday, Oct. 4, 2 P. M.
and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, from pier
ii, North River.
BATE a or PASSAGE.
Cabin?$70, $80 and $10, gold, according to accommodations.
Round trip tickets at low rates.
steerage?To Liverpool, <iu?rn*U>wti, Glasgow, Londonderry.
London. Bristol or Cardiff, $30. Prepaid certificates,
$3S, currency.
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Sweden,
Norway, Denmark and Paris at reduced rates.
Draltx issued at lowest rates. . ^ ..
For cabin passage and general business apply at the
company's office. No. Is Broadway.
For steerage passage, at 33 Broadway.
JOHN O. DALE, Agent, or to
ninnvMDT.r a vit v iiw i'hoatmit utrAAi Philailfil
phlt,
M. 8. TREAOn, 102 State street. Boston.
F. a BROWN, 32 couth Clark, corner Lake street, Olii^Vi.tam
INMAN, Liverpool, and No. 9 Rue Sorlbe,
Paris.
(J"" "** nmt
With the view of diminishing the ehances of collision
the steamers ot this line will hcnuelorth take a specified
course lor all seasons ot the year.
On the Outward Passage from Oueenstown to New York
or Boston, crossing meridian ot So a't 43 lat, or nothing to
the uorth of 43.
On the Homeward Passage, crossing the meridian of SO
at 42 iaL, or nothing to the north oi 42.
THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL
HAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NKW YORK AND
LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
FROM NSW YORK.
JAVA W'sday, Sept. 10 PARTHIA. .Sa'day, Rept IS
CUBA W'sday, Sept 17 SAM ARIA. .Sa'day, Sept 20
SCOHA...W'sdav.Sept 24 ABYSSINIA.Sa'day, St pt27
ALOERIA. W'sday, Oct 1 BATAVIa. . .Sa'day, Oct, 4
RUSSIA.. .W'sday, Oct 8 CALABRIA.Sa'day, Oct. 11
and every following Wednesday and Saturday trom New
York. Steamers marked thna do not carry steerage
passengers. Cabin passage, $4). $100 and $130, gold, according
to accommodation. Return tickets on favorable
terms. Steerage. $30, currency. Steerage tickets from
Liverpool and Queenstown and all pans of Europe at
lowest rates. For freight and cabin nassage apply at the
company's office, No. 4 Bowling Green. For steerage
passage at ill Broadway, Trinity Building.
C11 Alibi's O. FRANCKLYN. Agent,
or to P. H. DO VERNKT,
Clark aid Randolph streets, Chicago, 111.
Eagle line.
New York to Hamburg, touching at Plymouth and
Cherbourg. The German Transatlantic Steam Navigation
Company's new, elegant and lull-powered iron steamship
GOETHE, Captain Wilson, will sail on Tuesday,
September 30, at 2 P. M., from Eagle Line pier, foot of
First street, Hoboken. Rates ol passage to Plymouth,
Cherbourg and HamburgCabin, first saloon, $120,
gold; second saloon, $72, gold; steerage, $90, gold; prepaid
certificates, $40, gold. The first and second saloons
are on the same deck. The steerage is divided in staterooms
tor 6 to 20 persons, well lighted and provided with
dining tables. For passage apply to
KNAUTH, NACHOD & KUHNB,
General Agents, 113 Broadway.
For freight apply to
FUNCH, I'.DYE k CO., 27 South Willlam street
XTATIONAL LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.
XI weekly to yuecnstown ana utverpooi.
Fortnightly to London direct.
From piers Nos. 44 and 47 North River.
TO QUEEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
FRANCE, Andrews Saturday, Sept 20, at 3 P. M.
EGYPT, Grogan Saturday, Sept 27, at9 A. M.
GREECE, Thomas Saturday, Oct. 4, at 3 P. M.
SPAIN, Grace Saturday, Oct 11, at 9 A. M.
Cabin passage, S70, $90, $90, currency; steerage, $29.
currency. Return tickets at rcduced rates. Prepaid
steerage tickets from Liverpool, Oueenstown. Londonderry,
Glasgow., Cardiff, Bristol or London, at the lowest
rates.
For farther Information apply at the company's office,
No. ti9 Broadway. F. w. J. HURaT, Manager.
J^ED STAB LINE.
ANTWERP 8KRVICE. ,
Appointed to carry the Belgian and United States
Mails.
From From
_ Antwerp. Philadelphia.
REYDAL HALL. 2.114 tons.
Captain Collin Sept. 27. Oct 23,
V.yDKKLANO. 2.800 tins,
Caotain VanUer Hevden Oct 11. Nov. 1
NKDERLANX> 3.UOO tons.
Cantnin H. w. -lames.... Oct 28. Nov. 22
SWITZERLAND, 3,000 tons,
Capt Building.
PRICES OF PASSAGE.
Cabin $100, gold
Steerage currency
Prepaid Certificates, $."'6, currency.
LIVERPOOL SERVICE.
Tons. Master. Liverpool. Phllad'a
ABBOTS FORD.. 2,.\?. Find lay. sept 17. Our. 9
KKNILWORTH.. 2,53?. Pu?t. <>cl 1. Oct 23
PRICES OF PASSAGE.
Cabin $10" currency
Steerage 30 currency
Prepaid certificates $32 currency.
Tickets will be sold here at lowest rates, good from
Antwerp and Liverpool to all Interior points in the
United States, via the Pennsylvania Railroad and itt
connections, thus atlordlng parties In this country a-convenient
and cheap opportunity of sending lor their
lrlends In Europe.
THE REL) .STAR LINE will give special attention to .
well ventilated sleeping apartments and pood lood will l
l>e lurnished them.
An experienced surgeon is attached to each vessel.
Freight will t>c received at all principal point* in the
West and South In connection with the Pennsylvania
Railroad, Southern Mall Steamship Company and
Clyde's Lines, and through bills of lading issued tor Antwerp,
Bremen, Hamburg, Havre, Amsterdam, Hotterdam.
Liverpool, London. Glasgow, Be I taut, Hull and
The Red Star Line Docks at Philadelphia are In direct
connection with the Pennsylvania Railroad, and all merchandise
intended tor points beyond Philadelphia can he
transferred from the hold of the steamer to the cars without
the expense to shippers and risk of damage by relauding
which results from cartage.
For rates of freight and passage, and other information,
apply to OEO w COLTON, Agent 42 Broad street
PETER WRIGHT *A BCNS,
General Agents,
PHILADELPHIA.
William Hunter A Co., I B. vonder Bccke,
Agents, I General European Agent,
Liverpool. | ' Antwerp.
WHITK STAR LINE.
>? FOR OL'KENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
CARRYING T1IE Oil El) STATES MAIL.
New and lull-powered steamships
sailing from New York on Saturdays, iroin Liverpool on
Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each way
CELTIC. September 20. at 3 P. M.
REPUBLIC ,... .September 27, at H A. M.
GAELIC October 4. at 3 P. M.
ADRIATIC uetober II. at8:30A. M.
BALTIC October 18, at3 P. M.
?From the White Star docks, l'avonia terry, Jersey City.
Passenger accommodations for all classes unrivalled,
combining satety, speed and comfort
Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms In
midship section, where least motion is felt Surgeons
and stewardesses accompany the steamer.
nui?9?.-nuMMi, f?iu, K??iw ; kiuvi ?Kr, -t *J HI wurrvii<j,y.
Those wishing to send for friends in the Old Country
can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates? $32 currency.
Passengers booked to and from all part* of America to
Part*. Hamburg, Nurwuy, Sweden, India, Australia,
China, Ac.
Drifts Irom ?1 upwards.
For Inspection oi plans and other information apply at
the Company's office, 19 l?roa I way. New York.
Bills ot lading issued to Continental ports.
J. H. SPAKK8, Agent.
FOR CARDIFF. BRISTOL, LONDON AND ALL
other points In England and Wales.
The South Wales Atlunric steamship Companr's new
first class steamships will sail from Pennsylvania Railroad
wharf, Jersey City, as follows:?
GLAMORGAN September 17
PEMBROKE October 4
First cabin passage, #75 and 9*0, currency; second
cabin, $&5, currency; steerage, $33. currency. Prepaid
steerage certificates from Cardiff. $33, currency. Drafts
lor ?1 and upwurd. For further particulars apply to
ARCHIBALD BAXTER A CO., Agents,
17 Broadway, New York.
QNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCS.
The General Transatlantic Company's mail steamships
between New York and Havre, calling at Brest.
The splendid vessels on this favorite routo for the
Continent will sail from pier No. 60 North River as follows:?
EUROPE, Lemarie Saturday, September 20
VILLE Dl* HAVRE, Surtnont Saturday, October 4
PEREIRE. Daure Saturday. October 18
Price ot passage, in gold (Including wine), to Brest or
Havre:?
First Cabin $125 | Second Cabin $73
Excursion tickets at reduced rates.
American travellers guing to or returning from the
Continent ot Europe, bv taking tills line avoid both transit
by En/lislt railway and the discomforts of crossing
the Channel, resides saving time, trouble and expense.
A. I.Ml. U trU'tA'/lt. l?..m UllmiiiUiv
CTATE LINK.
O NEW YORK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL,
BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY.
These elegant i?w Wyde built steamer* will sail from
pier :? .North River as follows:?
VIRGINIA Wednesday, September 17
GEORGIA Wednesday, October 1
PENNSYLVANIA. Wednesday, October 15
VIRGINIA Wednesday, October 29
and every alternate Wednesday thereaiter, taking passengers
at through rates to all parts of Great Britain
>irid Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Germany.
Dratts for ?1 and upward.
Kor freight or passage apply to
AL.-TIN BALDWIN i CO., Agents, 72 Broadway.
Steerage Passage Office, 48 Broad way. .
C"TREAT WESTERN
I STEAMSHIP LINE.
NEW YORK TO BRISTOL (KNGLAND) DIRECT.
The steamers or the line will sail Irora pier 14 East
Rivera!- follows:?
GREAT WKwTKRJf, Stamper. .Wednesdav. September 24
LADY LYCKTT, hratt Wednesday, October 1
I Cabin passage, $70; intermediate, $4ft: steerage, HO,
currency; excursion tickets, $12'). Apply to agents, 7U
| Booth street b. k. mokgavh sons.
( lOOK'S TOIR TO ITALY. AT 4.' PER CENT REDCC
\J tion below ordinary tare*; 72 different routes, by all
lines ot steamers from America. Cook's cheap Autumnal
Tours to ligypt, I'alesilne and bark, tor MX), gold. Cook's
American loorsto all the principal point* ot Intercut in
tlm United State. and Canada*.
< ouK'k Kxcurxiontirt, containing lull particular* ns to
route* und tare?, butli In Europe and America, by mail,
10cpuis. CUDK, SON A JK.NKINS,
3&1 Broadway, New York.
CTf.AM To II VI.I FAX, NOVA SCOTIA, DIRECT.
O the hrstclass Ai iron *'oam*hlp ALPHA will **il
Irom t/UUard wharf, loot of Oram! street, Jersey Citv, llie
latter part of tills Wei?*.
Caliin passage, $fl>, gold.
For lre!>;tit or paaaage applr to
t'. O. FRANCE I.YN,
No, 4 Howling <>reen.
American buipmahtkhs- ahhociaiion, no m
Wall street, Kept. 11. 1k73.?Notice.?Vi?u*ii, launched
on and alter Mont. I, 1h73, will he ptit>)i*in>ii in the
"Record of American and Foreign dipping" without a
rate unle?s specially lurveyed. For the Association.
T. W. KI.i.iso.N, Secretary.
COASTWISE NT K A.>IS 11 IPs.
OTEaM TO makacaibo.
k The AtlM Steamship Companv will receive poods and
passenger* it Ihrougn rales u> Maracaibo h^r their
teamer* leaving thl* port monthly, connecting at fluracoa
witii their atearner plying between that port and
| NukI VIU, r<Jifwj0D4C0..0?D^Afent2.L
3ERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTI
* COASTWI8K HTKAMBHIPS.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINK.
September 20-8teamer K1SINO STAR leaves pi?r 41
North River, at U o'clock noon, for Aspinwall. connects
ing with steamer at Panama lor Acaputco, Mazailan,
Manzanillo, San Diego and San Francisco. and also with
steamers for Central American and Sooth Pacific ports.
Steamer leaves San Francisco on or about 24th ol each
month for Sandwich Inlands.
Steamers for Japan and China leave San franclsco on
1st and 16th of eacn month.
For Damage or freight apply at tin Company's office,
pier 43 North River, New York.
O. a BEAD BURT. President.
H. J. Bcixat, Superintendent
UNITcD STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The elegant screw steamship ONTARIO, 4,000 tons
bardan, Captain Ueorge B. Slocum, will sail lor St.
Tnouias, Para. Pernambuco, Bahia and Rio Janeiro on
Tuesday, eplember 23, at 3 o'clock P. M., from pier 43
North River.
For freight or passage apply to WILLIAM R. GARRISON,
Agent. No. 5 Bowling Oreeu.
Atlas steamship company.
Mail Hue lor West Indies. Havana and Spanish
Main. The steamers are appointed to sail irom I'ter 12
North River lor lurks island and Kingston. ATLAS,
K<Hi(t>mlipr 0 For Fort an I'riiica. Hanm Martha Suva
nl 11a, Cnrthagena. Ac., ARIEL, September 9.
For fort au ?rince, Aux Oaves, Jacmel. Curaeoa, La
Guayra and Puerto Cabello, CLAR1BEL, September 16.
For irelght or passage apply to PIM, FORWOoD k CO,,
Agents, Mt Wall and 5s) Pine struct.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVANA.
Progreso and Vera Cms.
New York and Mexican Mail 8le*mshlp line, leaving
pier No. 3 North River at 3 P. M.,
EVERY THURSDAY.
CITY or HAVANA (Havana only) Sept. 18
CLEOPATRA (Havana only) Sept 2)
CITY Of MEXICO (Havana and Mexico), noun. ..-ept. ?1
CITY OFMERIDA (Havana via Nassau)~ Oct 2
For freight or passage apoly to
K. ALEXANDER A SONS. M Broadway.
|^nW YORK AND HAVANA DIRKCT MAIL LINE.
These first class steamships will call every Tuesday, at
S P. M., from pier IS North River (toot of Cedar street,
lor Havana direct as follows
WILMINGTON September 18
MORRO CASTLE ...September 23
COLUMBIA September 30
For freight and passage (having magnificent accommodations)
apply to
WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO ,
No. 6 Bowling Green.
D. McKELLAR, Agent in Havana.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
The Cromwell Steamship Line.
The steamship CDKTKS, Captain Frank Kemble, will
leave pier No. if North River, on Saturday, September 20,
1873, at 3 P.M. Freight received daily. Through rates
given to Galveston, Indlanola, Rockport or Aranzas
wharf, Brazos Santiago and St Louis.
Cabin passage, $90; steerage S25. For freight or passage
apply to CLARK ft SEAMAN, 8b West street.
InOR NEW ORLEANS DIRKCT.
1 MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINK.
The steamship EMILY B. SOUDKR,
from pier 36 North River (loot of North Moore street),
on Saturday. September 20, at S o'clock P. M.
Freight received daily. Through rates given to St.
juouis, vicusDurg, mooue, uaivesion ana inaianoia.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations,
apply to KREDKRIC BAKER, pier 36 North Kiver.
Texas line for galveston. touching at
Key West, carrying the United States Mail.?Steamer
CITY OK AUSTIN, Captain McCreery, will leave pier 20
East River, Saturday, September 20, at 3 P. M. Through
bills ot lading given to Houston and all points on the Galveston.
Houston and Henderson and B. B. and C. R. R.
No charge lor forwarding in New York. For treight or
passage, having superior accommodations, apply to C.
H. MAI.LORY ft CO., 153 Maiden lane, or
W. P. CLYDE, 119 Wall street
FOR NORFOLK, CITY POINT AND RICHMOND.?
The Old Domiuion SteaMship Company will despatch
Irom tiler 37 North River their elegant sidiwheel steamship
WYANOKE, Couch. Commander, for Norfolk, City
1'olnt and Richmond, on Tuesday, September 16, at 3
F. M., giving through bills of lading to all points South
and Southwest Through passenger tickets to all points.
Accommodations nnequalled. Apply at pier 37. or at
general office, 187 Greenwich street, corner of Dey.
TRAVEMiERS^ GUIDE.
ALBAVYAND TROY $2, SARATOGA $3 50, BY DAY
line boats C. VIBBARD and DANIEL DRKW.l.cave
Vestry street pier at 8 :30 A. M? and Twenty-third
street, north ot' Erie terry, at 8:45, landing at Yunkers,
Tarrytown and Nyack (by ferrvboat), Milton, Pouglikeepsio,
Khinebeck, Tivoli, Catsklll and Hudson. Connecting
tor all points West and North. Trip tickets to
West Point, Cornwall and Newburg, returning same day,
$1. Tickets by special cars and baggage checked to
Saratoga and Sharon.
Afternoon boat for newburg, poughkeepsie,
Rondout and Kingston, landing atCozzcni',
West Point, Cornwall, New Hamburg and Milton.?I'he
MARY POWELL, from Vestry street, pier 39, every afternoon.
at 3:30 o'clock.
Fall river line to boston,
via Newport and Fall River.
The world-renowned steamers BRISTOL, and PROVIDENCE
leave pier 28 North River, foot of Murray street,
dally (Sundays excepted, at 6 P. M. Hall's Hand is engaged
tor the season. A. P. BACON, Superintendent
XTORWICH LINE FOR BOSTON, VIA BOSTON,
1.1 Hartford and Erie Railroad; great reduction in
tarn; Ni>w York to Boston or Worcester and return, $6:
tickets good trom September 15 to November 1, 1873: the
staunch and commodious steamers CITY OK NEW
YORK and CITY OK BOSTON, leave Pier 40, North
River daily (Sundays excepted). ?t 5 P. M., connecting at
New London with Express Passenger Train for Boston,
Woicesler and tlie North WaI.IER K. PARKER, Agent,
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Trains leave New York, from foot of Desbrosses and
| Cortlamlt streets, in follows:?
| Express lor Harrisburg, Pittsburg, the West and South,
with Pullman Palaco Cars attached, 9 JO A. U., 5, 7 and
I 8 :.#) P. M. Sunday. 5, 7. 8 -30 P. M.
I For Baltimore. Washington and the Sonth, via "Penn
svlvanlu Air Lino," at 9 A. M., 3 ai:a 'J r. ,\i. sun lay, v
p. m.
Express tor Philadelphia, 8, 9, 9:30 A. M., 12:30, 3,4, .\ 7,
9 P.' M. and 11 night. Sunday, 5, 7, 8:.#> anil 9 P. M.
For Philadelphia, via Kensington, at 7 A. M. and 6:10
P. M. Sunday, 6:10 P. M.
Emigrant and second claw, 7 05 P. M.
For Newark at 6, 6 JO. 7, 7:40. 8:10, 9, II), 11 A. M.. 12 M.,
1, 2. 2:30. 3:10, 3:40, 4:10. 4:30, 5:10, 5:20, 5:40, 6, 6:10, 6:30,
7, 7 JO, 3:ll>, 10, 11:30 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, 5 20,
6:1!). and 8:11) P. M.
For Elizabeth, 6, 6:30, 7, 7:40, 8:10. 9. 10, 11 A. M., 12 M.,
1, 2, 2:30,3:10,3:40,4:10, 4:30. 5:20, 5:W, 6,6:1(1, (1:30, 7:30,
8:ln, 10, It JO P. SL and 12 night. Sunday, 5:20, 6:10 and
8:10, P. M.
For Rah wav, 6. 6 JO. 7, 8:10, 9, 10 A. M., 12 M.. 1, 2,
2:30. 3:10, 3:40, 4:10. 4:30, 5JO. 5 41, 6. 6:10, 6J9, 7:30,
8:10, 10 P. M. an 112 night Sunday, 5:20 and 6:10 P. M.
For Woodbridge and Perth Ainboy. 6 and 10 A.M., 2 JO,
3 -.40. 4:?) and 6 P. M.
For New Brunswick, 7 and 3:10 A. M? IS M., 2, 3:10, 4:10,
5:20, 6:10. 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, 6:10 P. M.
For East Millstone. 8:10 A. M, 12 noon, 4 :l0 and 5:20 P. M.
For Lamlx-rtvi'ile and Flemington, 9 A. M. and 3 P. M.
For Plilllipsburg and Belvidere, 3 and 4 P. M.
Accommodation for Bordentown, Burlington and Camden.
7 and 9J0A. M., 12:30, 2. 4. 5 and 7 P.M.
For Freehold, 7 A* M , 2 and 4 P. M.
For .Taincsburg. Pemborton, Camden, 6 A. M., and via
boat from pier No. 1. 3:50 P. M.
Trains arrive as follows:?From Pittsbnrg, 6:50, lOJJ A
M .6JSP. M.daily: 5:22, 10:15 A. M. and 3:56 P. M.,
dally, except Monday. From Washington and Baltimore,
via Pennsylvania Air Line. 6:40 A. M., 4:25 and
10:10 P. M. Sunday, 6:4U A.M. From Philadelphia,
5:22,6:40.6:50. 10:13,11:20, 11.MA M.. 2:15. 3:56. 4: '5, ? 05,
7 :A 8:44, 10:10 P. M Snnday, 5:22, 6:40, 6 JO. 10 J6, 11:30
A. M.. 3:55, 10:10 P. M.
Ticket offices, 526, 43B. 271 and 944 Broadway. No, 1 Alitor
House, and toot ot Desbrosg-sandCortlandt streets; Emigrant
Ticket office. No. 8 Battery place.
A. J. OAHSATT, D. M. BOYD, Jr..
General Manager. General Passenger Agent
SUNDAY EVENINO BOAT FOB ALBANY AND
Trov.?Passage $1 5a The elegant steamboat THOMAS
POWELL will leave pier 46 North River, foot of Leroy
street, every Sunday evening, at 6 o'clock, making close
connection with Railroad for all points North. East and
West. Through tickets sold and baggage checked to destination.
JOSEPH CORNELL, Superintendent
STONINOTON LINE FOR BOSTON.?THE ELEGANT
steamers
RHODE ISLAND, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
STONINOTON, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from pier 33 North River, at 5 P. M.
EXCURSIONS ~
A"* ilOY FOR ROCKAWAY BEACIl EVERY SUNDAY!?
.-tearner AMKRICITS In place of Nelly White, leaves
Peck slip, East River, at 8:30 A.M., 1:15 P. M.; Christopher
street. North River, 9 A. M.. 1:40 P. M.: pier No. 6 North
River, 9 :12 A M., 2 P. M.; Martin's dock. Brooklynt 9 JO
A. m.. i f. m. Hemming, leaves mo ueacn ai 11 a. b. ?uu
S P. M.
?sunday boat for newark.
On And after SUNDAY, May 25, the steAmboAt
THOMAS P. WAY
will make her regular trip*.
Leave loot of Market street, Newark, At 8 A. M. And
2 P. M. ?
Leave foot of Barclay street, New York, At 10 JO A. M.
and 4 ::<0 P. M.
Stopping at Bergen Point each way. Fare, 25 centa.
Ciuolrua ranks.
J Piloted by Capt Sain Greenwood.
The splendid >ca-golng steamer CHARLES CHAMBERLI.N
will make the last erund fishing excursion of the
season to the <'holers Hanks, on Sunday. September 21,
leaving Broome street, Kant Klver, at ti A. M.; Peck (Up
6:30, Kul'.on terry. Brooklyn, 7 o'clock, and pier 4 North
River, at 7 :./0.
Til M'.s, $2
Ban, Tackle and Refreshments on board.
Fort lee, pleasant valley and shady side
steamers leave dAlly from Spring street At 10 A. M.,
2, 5:10nnil 7 P. M., lauding at 'I wenty-third street ten
minutes later. Sunday time from Spring street, 9:30, 10.
11A.M., I, 2 and 2:10 P.M., landing at TweoVy third
street. Fare 14 centa.
CI RAND EXCURSION ACROSS THE BAY TO HIGfl
J lands and Red Buna, New Jersey.?The fast and
commodious steamboat SEA BIRD leaves pier .'IS, foot of
Franklin street. North River, on Sunday, Uth inst, At
9 A. M.; returning leAves Red Bank at 2 P. M.
/'OVKRNOR'B ISLAND OPEN TO VISITORS.?THE
VJT new and elegant ateam yacht GOVERNOR'S ISLAND
leaves Custom House Pier, at the Mattery, every hoar,
ironi s A. M. until 6 P. M? lor Governor's Island. The 4
anil S P. M. trips of the yacht Irom the city to day will be
made around Oie 4?land"beIore lAmlinpc. thereby affording
visitor* an inside and outside view uf tlie lort and fortification*.
Kare. 15c. each way. _____
HEUt'LAR hunday boat fok keyport and
all the intermediate landing*.?The steamer NEIiLT
WHl'l'i^ Captain .I. H. Davis, will leave. Hare lay Mreet,
North River, at if o'clock every Sunday morning; leave
Keyport at 4 P. M. to return
Til K LAROB AND SWIFT SALOON STKAMER
THOMAS COU.YER will leave, on Sunday, Sep.
lenilier 14 1873. lor lona Inland, Cor/en*' dock, West
Point and Newburg, making the intermediate landings.
I .caves Harrison street. North River, at H A. M.; Chrisiopher
street, North River, ?:3i A. M.; Twenty-third street,
North River, 9 A. M. Fare 50c. each way.
ULLUKIMk
AHPLKMDID stock of new and second
han I bevelled Kill lard Tables, from $175 to $3 A for
sale hv WM. li. GRIFFITH ji CO., manufacturers, 40
Vcsey street.
\~l ?STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL TABLES AND
ii J * the l'hclan k Collender Combination Cushions,
tor tile only by the patentee, II. W. COLLKNDRR, successor
to I'helan A Collender, 738 Broadway, New York.
A -A LAMB ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SECOND
hand Milliard Tables constantly on hand, at OfcU.
E. PUhi,A.N'h. No 7 Rarelsv street) Naw York,
5MBER 14, 1873.?QUADRU]
BPORTIWO-DOG!!, BIRDS, AO.
A?FOR SALE. ALL KINDS OK FANCY DOU8.
Birds. Ac.; Medicines tor all diseases: Prepared
Food for mocking birds. At B. Q. DO Vh Y'rf, No. S Greene
street, near Caaal.
Avkry finb w. grekver gun, with double
shot barrels and also deuble rifle barrels, in tine
case, with implement*complete, at SMITH A syUiitfcS,
60 Chatham street
Francis butler, no. s peck sup, has all
the choice breeds of Dors, imported ratting and rabbitinx
Ferrets, Butler's Intalllblo Nance Cure and Flra
Exterminator. 7ic ; Butler's new work, S3; dogs boarded,
trained. Ac.; medicine* for all diseases.
FOHTBR A MEYERS' NEW DOO AND BIRD STORE,
So. S Amity street, near Broadway. New York, have
the finest collection of .-cotcli, Skye, dandy, diamond
and black and tan Terriers tor sale, weighing from 3 to
it) pounds. Medicine lor all diseases.
Fine lot ok imported terriers, one very
fine King Charles .k p inicri Dog; also fancy Chickens,
Pigeons, Rabbits, Ac., at UALU A CONKLlit'S, m Kulton
street.
SOME VERY FINE BREECH AND MUZZLE LOADing
Ouns. Shells tor breech loaders, ready loaded or
to order at short notice, at SMITH A SQUIKKa, &&S
Broadway.
_ ^ TUB TCAP.
Dekrfoot driving park.-trotting.?monday.
Sept IS. at 2k P. M., match for $200; best three
In Ave. John Philips' r. k. Fred Tylor, to wagon. Wm.
Thorn's br. g. Colonel, in harness. Admission AO cents.
WM. McMAUON, Superintendent
TJAZLETON PARK ASSOCIATION,
ni7I.R<mN T.fTV.KRNR mn*TT PA
' FALL MEETING, SEPT. O. 14, 28, 1871
PREMIUM $3,0001
FIRST DAY.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 2S, 187S.
PURSE No. 1, $41)0, 3 minute race. Tor horses that hare
never beaten 3 minutes. First horse, $200; second horse,
9100; third horse, $60; lourth horse. $40.
PUK8H No. 2, $600 (2:33), lor horse* that have never
beaten 2 A3. First horse, $i?0; second borne, $145; third
horse, $76; fourth horse. $60.
SECOND DAY.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1B73.
PURSE No. 3. $41)0 (2:60), for horses that have never
beaten 2:60. First horse, $200; second horse, $100: third
horse, $G0; fourth horse. $40.
PURSE No. 4. $600 (2 37), Tor horse* that have never
beaten 2:37. First horse, $300; second horse, $160; third ,
horse, $90; fourth horse, $60.
THIRD DAY.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 2S. 1873.
PUR^E No. A, $300 (2:42), lor horBes that have never
beaten 2:42. First horse, $150; second home, $75; Uura
Horse, $45; fourth horse, $30.
PURSE No. 6. $800 (3:29). for horses that have never
beaten 2:29. First horse, $400; second horse, $200; third
horse, $120; fourth horse, $8a
Parties from New York take Central Railroad of New
Jersey and Lehigh VaUev Railroad,
Parties trom Philadelphia take North Pennsylvania
Railroad,
Parties from Reading ship horses via Allentown and
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
Parties trom Elmira, Lehigh Valley Railroad.
0. PARDEE, President
Prospect park fair ground association.
Fall Meeting, 1873: $10,000 in premiums.
First day, Tuesday, September 23.
Purse No. 1-$1,000, for horses that have never beaten 3
minutes; $'<00 to first, $250 to second, $150 to third and
$100 to fourth.
Purse No. 2?$2,000, for horses that have never beaten
2.24; $1,000 to first, $500 to second, $<00 to thlrf and $200
to lourth.
Second day, Thursday, September 29.
Purse No. J?$1,250. for horses that have never beaten
2 -M; $600 to first, $300 to secoud, $200 to third and $150 to
lourth.
Purse No. 4?$1,750. for horses that have never beaten
2:27; $850 to first, $400 to second, $300 to third and $200 to
fourth.
Third day, Saturday, September 27.
Purse No. 5?$1,000, for horses' that have never beaten
2 :45; $500 to first, $250 to second, $150 to third and $100 to
fourth.
Purse No. ft? $3,000, for horses that have never beaten
2:20; $1,500 to first, $700 to second, $500 to third and $300
to lourtn.
CONDITIONS.
All the above races to be mile heats, best three in five.
In harness, and will be conducted under tho rules of the
National Association. In heats where eight or more
horses start tn? distance will be 150 yards: when less
than eight horses start the distance will be 100 yards. In
case ot postponement, under authority ol' rule 18, the
race or races shall be trotted on the first good day and
track totlowing, omitting Sunday. In case a rider or
driver shall be substituted, as authorized by rule 28, the
substitute shall be paid $50 lor the service required of
him. Entrance fee ten per cent of purse, and must accompany
nomination in all case* A horse that is ruled
out will not be entitled to a premium. Entries will close
at Chamberlain's pool room, l,14fl Broadway. New York,
on Monday. September 15, at 9 o'clock P. 11. All communications
to be addressed to GEO. W. OAKLEY, Superintendent,
189 Montague street, Brooklyn, or at Chamberlain's,
1,148 Broadway, New York.
E. O. READ. President
George W. Oakley, Superintendent. ^
rpROTriNO AT FLEETWOOD PARK?ON MONDAY
1 September IS. at S P. M. Sweepstakes $50J, mile
heats, best 3 In 5 to wagons, owners to drive.
J. Mollane enters b. g. Bay John.
William Lynch enters b. g. Billy Lynch.
Patrick Daly enters b. g. Tony llarunan.
O. Marpby enters b. m May Morn.
William Morris enters b. g. Bay Dan.
Sam* Day?Sweepstakes ?300, mile heats, oest 3 in 5 to
wauons, owner* to drive.
M. Kyan enters b. m. Belle Jones.
.1. Rvan enters s. m. Lady Kyan.
O. Murphy enters b. m. Tassv Torney.
WILLIAM H. VAN COTT, Superintendent
HOKSKS, CAEKIAUES, ?C.
At the horse and carriage auction mart!
OK WILLIAM VAN TASSKLL
(SUCCESSOR TO JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL),
at the old stand, 110. 112 and 114 East Thirteenth-street,
near Fourth avenue.
REOULAR SALES OP HORSES AND CARRIAGES
WILL BE HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, AT
12 o'clock.
GENTLEMEN WISHING TO PURCHASE. OR THOSE
having Horses or Carriages to sell, will find this house
perfectly reliable, as this business will be conducted on
jhe name straighttorward principles which have governed
It in the past.
We give the purchaser ot'every horse that is warranted
sound lrotri 24 to 48 hours for trial.
Horses and Carriages always on hand at private sale.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
A LBERT B. WALDRON, AUCTIONEER.
A* d? n 1x7 ivl w
Salesroom!) 106 I.ibertv and 38 Chnrch street.
On MONDAY, ?t 12 o'clock.
Horses, Wagons, Harness, Ac.
AT 62 WAKKEN STRERT.?ALL GOODS WArtRANTnil
am represented; hand-sewed Harness, $20 to $330;
Horse Sheets, $1 to $14; Lap Robes, 75c. to $45; Horse
Blanket*, $2 to $60.
HOUSE CLOflllNG TO ORDER A SPECIALTY.
Horse Boots of everv kind. Riding Saddles and Bridles.
E. BaKTLKTT, Importer und Manufacturer.
A -THE FOLLOWING SECOND 11 AN J) VEHICLES
J\ . (some in fine order) for sale low :?
V Clarence, built by Brewster, ol Broome street
Glass troni Coach, built by Brewster, of Broome street.
Six-seat Rockawar, built by Brewster, ol Broome st
Landau, built by wood Brothers.
Doctor's dig Phaeton, built by Dusenbnry A Van Dnzer.
Also several top and no top wagons, of the celebrated
Brewster (ot Broome street) build.
A. & FLANDRAU,
Noa. 7 and 18 Rast Eighteenth street, near Filth avenne.
AT CART, BY BREWSTER OF BROOME 8TREKT,
with pole and shafts; as good as new; will be sold a
bargain, at TKANEY'S stables, 41 West Forty-lourth st
Alight platform sprino landau, in good
order; made by Brewster, of Twenty-fifth street
To be seen at factory. Twenty-filth street, near Lexington
avenue. _____
?FALL PASTURAGE 1 FOR HOJtSBS," AND
? Horses kept throug h the winter. Inquire of A. K.
WOODMAN, 106 West Fortieth street .
Avert speedy road horse, with light
Wagon, Harness, Ac., tor sale, cheap for cash. Address
SPEED, box 197 Herald ofllcc.
FIRST CLASS 'PRIVATE "STABLE (ROOM FOR
six Iforses and Qve carriages), near Fifth Avenue
lintel, at low rental. WILLIAM TUCKER. '120 Fifth av.
A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT FOR SALE?CONSISTing
af black Horse and Mare, well matched, UK
hands lilgh; first class Buggy (Dusenbury A Van Duzer),
with pole and shafts; single and double Harness, Whip,
hheeia, Blankets and Lap Robes; sach horse warranted
to irot Inside of ttree minutes; will be sold very low for
cash. Addre>s DRIVER, Herald ofllcc.
?THOMAS L D. BALL A CO., 138 WOOSTER
. street between Prince and Houston.
Wholesale and Retail Harness Commission Merchants.
Large stock of Harness suitable for buggy, Rorkawav,
express, farm, track and livery use, and at orlcos that
cannot be beaten.
Blankets, Robes. Halters, Ac.
No Broadway expenses or profit
*~BOAN HORSE, 8 YEARS OLD, WARRANTED
sound and kind ; Express Wagon and Harness, made
to order, one year old, tor sale. Inquire at No. 6 Bayard
street. _
A~ GREAT BARGAIN. ?A NEW COUPE ROCKAWAY,
with bow front, all improvements. Pole and Shafts:
also Horse and Harness; hor?e warranted; to be seen at'
Lexington Stables, It*1 and 110 West Fifty-third street,
owner 18 East Fifty-fourth street
A SPLENDID BUSINESS CHANCE.?HALF INTERest
in a good Livery Stable, near Broadway, Eighth
ward; 75 net tront, 100 feet deep; 20 horses, 13 coaches, 6
trucks, Ac.; 40 stalls; low rent; paying well; for sale for
less than carriages cost; best references; a rare chance
for a horseman to step into business paying $60 per day.
PHALON A SLOAN,
SI East Seventeenth street.
A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT FOR SALE-FOR WANT
J\. of use, consisting of a team of very handsome and
stylish bay Horses, long tails. 6 years old. Id hands high;
perfectly sound and kind; good steppers; also circular
lrontConpe, pole and shafts, nearly new, made by Lawrence
A t:a, Broadway; also a shifting top Phaeton, the
sama makers; two set* of double Harness, In good order,
and everything belonging to a first class turnout. A coin
A .. - n /.an tiA hail tit fn with h Mr list initl*
{'> J. R. kTiank'lIN,"!# kut Fourteenth street
An kPkoant victoria, two nix.skat hrktts
Park Phaeton, *1* neat Rarkawav, at bargain*;
*r**onalde styles laniliy Carriages and light Wationt,
freat variety; reduced price*.
rfAM'CACTCRlilW CNION, KW Broadway.
A BLACK nORHK POR 8ALK CHKAP-16^, HANDS
liluh ; sound, kind and well brok'ti; trot* In the 30'*;
owner going iit>roa<l. Apply at No. 2 Nnilten court, Thlrtyslxtb
atreet, between l/exlnifton and Third avenues.
AOKNTLKMAN WISHES TO BELL HIS PRIVATE
Carriage*, consisting of Uo? Cart, nearly uew,
Brewster make; a good aecofld hand Phaeton and Ugh i
top Wn>ron. Inquire at private stable, Ea.it Twentieth
atreet.
ACORBKTf TOP, SII>R-BAR ROAU WAOONTPOLB
and *haft*; nl?o tingle and double llarneu; all u*
good ii* new; *old at a sacrifice. No. liS.Weit Thirtyseventh
street
A?POR HA IK. A UKNTLKMANH T7 RNOIJT f IKIAD
llornc. 16k hands high, 8 year* old, Round and
kind; can trot in?:4A: alio a Htlvcr top Wagon, good at
uew; fine llurnesi; will b? told cheap. 147 nettThirtyfifth
street.
A ?ROCK AW A Yf^ BUOOIM, PARK AND POUT
. Phaeton*. Depot, Kxprea* and Business Wagona,
both new and second hand, at 141 West Broadway, near
i Canal ftrect. Cbcapett placo In city.
PLE SHEET.
HORSES, CARRIAG
AT BARKER * CHASE'S ...
CITY AUCTION MAHT AND NEW TORE TATTKKSALLK,
. _
Noa. 1,363, 1,386, 1,367 1.3ML L.S8I and 1.M
BROADWAY, CORNER THIRTY-NINTH STREET.
MAJOR CHAR W. BARKKK. Auctioneer.
REGULAR BALES Or HORSbS, CARRI AGES, Ac,
EVERY WRD.MhSDA Y and .-^uurday.
? , ? m AT 11 O'CLOCK.
AUCTION BOUSE OP ARCH. JOHNSTON
(late Johnston A Van Tasaeli).
OKKICE AND SALESROOM, OLD i>TAND
37 Naaaau street, oppcaite tbe Post office.
THE HORSE AUCTION BRANCH OK THIS HOUSE IS
REMOVED TO THE RPACIOUS PREMISES
19 to 26 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR UMVfaRSITY
PLACE
The buatnera will be conducted on precisely the aame
atrict an I honorable principles which hard ul way* characterized
the dealing* ol our houso and won the respect
and couiidcnce of the businesa community, as well aa the
public at large. _
REGULAR SALES EVERT TUESDAY AND PRIDAY.
1-nlries lor sale maybe msde. as usual, either at our
downtow n house. 37 Na?iau t-trtel, or at tbe mart, 19, 21,
23 and 2.) East thirteenth a rein, near University place.
LIEERAL ADVANCES MADc ON CONSIGNMbNTlL
SALE COMMENCES AT 1U^ O'CLOCK.
A?THE GREAT SALE OK
. MONROE county
TROTTiSRri AND Itoadatera
I 'Pi If !'' IL
AT BAIiKKK ? Cliaoe'S
CITY Auction Ma tau.1 New York Tattersall's,
COKNiiR OK BROAD WAY and Tliii tv-ninth street,
THE LATTi K PART OK THIN month
OBTIIB 1ST OR October
AN HLEOAftT TROTTING HOR8''?VERY VALUAble
tor track or road use; voung, handsome, of ere at
endurance, finely bred, evenly suited atid thoroughly
broken; he has uo record, but will show 2:30, and promises
to be very fast; is an excellent pole horse and undoubtedly
the fastest road horse in the city; fullwarantre
given in every respect by a responsible party. Address
8PALDINO, He raid office.
A?DOWN TOWN WAREROOM*,
No. 8 Cortlandt street, near Broadway.
Tlte best light one ol'the finest selections and
decidedly the best bargain* in the city.
Fine Top Bugg es. Park and l'otyr Phaetons, Rockaways.
Depot, KotM and Business Wagons; also choice
line 01 light narness, Robes, Blanket*, sheets, Halters,
Whips, Surcingles, Tie-Straps, Ac., all olTered at
very lowest cash prices.
So. 8 Cortlandt street
A BROWN MARK, 14^ HANDS, 8 YEARS OLD.
weight about 900 or l,U00 lbs.; sound and kind : good
stepper; Kood worker; suitable for a tamily or business
horse; worth $.100; will sell tor $1U), for want of use, 3U4
West Thirty-ninth street.
i Miinr cftiTPii nvi? arr cut mm<ni.in
A. tront Carriage, one seoond band Victoria; sold at
sacrifice to aettlo an estate.
DAM, 10 East Fourth street.
Brewster a co. <of broome street)
Second Uand Wagons purchased
lor cash tor
WILLIAM H. ORAT,
20 and 82 Wposter ?tre?t
Bradley pray a oo., us broadway, have
second hand Carriages tor sale as follows:?Round
front Coupe, straight front Coupe, Clarence, six seat
Rockaway, Coupe Hockaway. lour seat Phaeton, Dog
Cart Phaeton, Turn Out Seat Phaeton. T Cart. Pony
Phaeton, "cheap;" Top Buggy, suitable for business pur
poses or a physician's use.
Bargain.-$uo. bay mare, \s% hands high, 7
years old; splendid driver; sound; top Wagon,
Wood Bros.' make ; in perfect order; hand made Harness.
Private stable, 99 Christopher street
Broughams, landaulets, victorias, rockaways,
half and extension top Cabriolets, Phaetons,
Depot and Road Wagons, Harness; several secondhand
Carriages cheap. STAAT.s BELU
No. 7 Washington place, near Broadway.
CARRIAGES. HARNESS. CARRIAGES.
j Four and six seat and Coupe Ttnckawavg.
Cabriolets, Phaetons, Depot Wagona.
Jump seat Rockaways anil Wagoiu.
English Pony Phaetons.
Also an elegant assortment of tine Harness, double and
single, lor coach, coupe and wagons. For sale by
A. S. FLA SD It AD,
Nos. 7 and IS East Eighteenth street, near Fifth avenne.
(CARRIAGE HORSES FOR SALE.?BRIGHT BAY.
J black points, handsome mane. stylish action and
good speed, perfec lv snund, 5 and 6 years old ; will travel
single or double and give cntiro satisfaction; owner
about to leave the city. Call heiore 4 o'clock at private
stable, 111 East Eighteenth street.
CARRIAGES AT LOW PRICES AN j WARRANTED.?
Tws, tour and slx-sea:ed Phaetons, Rockaways, DeBot
Wagons, Victoria*, Coupes, Landaus, Landaulets,
ujgics, Ac.; several second hand in tine condition.
J. OOLYER A CO., Manufacturers. 598 Broadway.
Carriages?second nAKD.-an assortment
road and top Wagon*, ponv Phaetons, tour and sixscat
Phaetons, Rockawavs. depot W aprons, Ac.
R. M. f<TIVKRS, lit to 152 l a.t I'llIriy-ilrst street.
COUPE AND CUT-UNDER ROCKAWAYS. EXTENsion
and half-top Phaetons, pony Phaetons, Depot
Wagons, top Wagons, both full s;>rin/ and side bars.
JOSEPH KKAR A CO., 1.494 and 1,490 Broadway.
YTIOR SALE?A VERY FINE COUPE: WILL BE SOLD
x lor one nun lis real vaiue. as me o ?nrr nw no luriuor
use for it. Apply to tt'Auh.Elt'ri stable. No. 23 Weat
Thirteenth struct
FOR SALE?ONLY FOR WANT OF USE: PRICE LOW;
gentleman's Turnout; dark Hay Hor.-io; stylish,
prompt, and not atraid of locomotive; top Wagon
and Harness, city made, in good order. Apply at No. 12
Warreu street.
For sale?BRET, phaeton, landau and four'
light Wavons, all in th^ best ot order; sold cheap
United States riubles, iii ana ISi hast Thirty-second St.
FOR SALB-mim LIGHT BAT HORSE, BLACK
mane and tail, ItS'.i hand* higli and very stylish
driver. United States Stables, 153 and 1U Host Thirty sccoud
street.
For sale-a vert promising pair of bat
Carriage Horses, 5years old; well mated; 16hand*.
May tuke a single Horse iu part puvinent.
DKMAREST A WHlTLOCk, No. t% Park place.
For sale-a pair of black horses, uk
hands; young, sound, kind, gentle and good travellers.
Apply at private stable No. 119 East Twenty-second
street.
For sale-a fine Radius' saddle; will BK
sold cheap. F. W. TRIPPii, 74 Park place.
For sale-eight iiof.ses, suitable for
Truck or cart; got to be sold for lrss than value for
wain 01 use. ai^o. 11 unite iwemu street.
Fob 8ale?coupe horse, the finest, most
elegant aud stylish in this city; bay. 16.^ high. 6
years old: warranted sound, kind and true; u?'d In private
family. Address J. B., Herald office.
For sale?a turnout, consisting ok bkautllul
black Mare, I haeton and Harness, together or
separate; suitable for n physician or lady. Inquire at
Briggs' stable, 141 and 1.1! West Thirty-seventh street
FOR SALE?A SMALL BAY STALLION PONY; IMported
from Calcutta; broken to saddle; sound aud
kind. Apply at 80 Souch stroei.
For sale-a first class new single trucks
two second hand Uutcher Carts
M LAUGHL1N A IlAKl'K, 33u We it Twenty-fifth st.
Fob sale?a bay pony, 6 yeabs old, harness
aud Phaeton all complete, but little used: will be
lold cheap. Can be seen at No. l.>7 West Thirty-eighth st.
Fob salb-a dabk bat horse, seven years
old, 15)4 hands high; .'Oiind ana handsome; fit for
anv kind of work or driving; lady can drive him; price
$200. Inquire oi .J. UoL'LD, 10J \Vest thirtieth street.
For sale?a horse, truck and harness-,
horse 7 years, 16 hands. Kind and true; also four
one-horse trucks; prices $75, (00, $130, $200. Apply at
SB Hudson street.
For sale at a babgain?a vkby fine saddle
Horse; sound an.1 kind, broken to all gaits; a perfect
beauty; also a beautiful Pony for lady's use. Apply
at 699 Broadway.
Fob sale cheap?a young hobsk, buggy and
Harness; $230; sold for want of nse. Can be seen at
Howard Brewery, 51.S (o &S2 West Thirty third street.
Fine stalls in brick stable, no. 17cornki,ia
street; good lofts; will rent a portion. Apply to J.
H. YANOhDhlN, coal office, No. 19 seventh avenue, corncr
Twelith street
Fine London made harness. ~
an assortment of
Single, Double, Tandem and Konr in-hand,
of iho best quality and latest styles,
at the LONDON HARNl-.SS AGENCY,
No. 20 East Fourteenth street
?>ctwcen Union square and Fifth avanae.
ORSES FOR SAM'. ? I'll REE FAST TROTTERS,
two family Horses, one fine stallion, pair bays, 15V
hands high, ut 164 Crosby street The above will be sold
at hull' thei' worth, as we have no iii-e lor them.
Horses taken on livkry-supebior accommodatlon
and g. oJ ventilated stables. Call and examine.
United States Stables, 153 and 156 East Thirtysecond
street
H~ arnes8, hobse clothing, carriage rore8.
Ac., in endless and astonishing variety rfT elegant
designs, for the rail and winter traiie.
C. M. MOSEMAN A BROTHER. Manufacturers.
114 Chamber* street.
JUMP SEAT ROCK A WAY.-TUB BF.ST COMB IN Atlon
Carriage in the mirket, very light; seats two
or four persons; finished in the best manner and adapted
to city or country use. For sale low by
A. s. FLANDRAU,
Nos. 7 and 18 East Eighteenth st. near Fifth av.
Livery stable, expbf.ss and hacking bubi.
ncss, at Treinont, near Harlem Railroad station, to
lease; none in place. Apply at 181 Third avenue, Ne?r
York. GEORGE W. HOJER.
PONY PHAETONS, TOP AND OPEN, AT LOW
prices, to close them out; 20 top and open Wagons,
hv city makers; 1 Clarence, 1 six-seat Itockaway, 1 Pony
Phaeton, $65; Harness. Robes, wheels. Whips, Ac.
W.M. II. OKAY, 20 and 22 Wooiter street.
"pRIVATE STABLE TO I.ET-232 EAST TWENTIETH
1 street, near Thlnl avenue; four stalls and carriAiti'x;
upper imrt finished tor liunilv. Dr. HEATH, 300
H roadway, and 116 East Twenty IIIUi street
1JHIVATR STABLE.?BOARD FOR TWO HORSES;
plenty of carriage room. Inquire at No. 8 West
Thirtieth street.
RIVATK STABLE, NKAR liUAM KRCV PARK. FOR
sale or to let; six Mall*; ample carriage room, coachman's
rooms, Ac. Inquire at .Zt Kasi Twentieth street
"Cl'KKIi "?FOR SALP., A BLAC K HOR-<B; LONO
IJ mane and tall; 15 hands; pertactly sound and kind;
double or single a si|iinre ((ait; trots with a loose rein;
brought from the country three weeks ago; has no
rocord, as he has been trained but a lew weeks; can trot
In 2 M: with a few weeks' work can boat SO; (I yeara old ;
solind In every respect; ?old cheap II taken at once, (all
hi first private stable In Thirty-sixth street, east of Leglngton
avenue.
QRCOND-HAND oaRRIACKS?BARGAINS ?I.Icill r
O Rockaway, Victoria. Dogcart, Jump seat Buggy,
four-seat pony Phtfeton, side bar Top Wagon, six-seat
Koekanay an>l other latnily Carriage*
MANUFACTURERS' UNION, CM Broadway.
STABLB TO LBT?ON TWBNTIRTH 8TRBRT. NKAR
Third avenue, on reasonable terms; tour stalls, room
for two or three carriage*, Ac. Apply to U. NAOLK, 149
Fourth avaaue.
_ HOBMES, PARRIAOKS, ,?C,
SECOND HAND EXTENSION Vop PWAETtm* ATA
ba.galn, second hand pony Pliae.on*. Ac West rfld*
Carriage Repository, 1,494 and 1,4 W Broadway.
TO LBT OR FOR 8ALK-LAR0E STABLE ON TWO
lots, in Little Went Twelfth streat. near Tenth avevu?;
also Stable an<l Sheds m Kant Eleventh street, near
a venae D; price low: terms easy. ICa; OpHCE, 4M
Canal street
TO LET-TWO VERY K1NE STABLES, FOUR AND
eight stalls each, vicinity or our ortlce.
WILLIAM ELIJOTT * CO.,
1,491 Broadway, near Korty-fltth street.
TO RENT?STABLE 490 SIXTH AVENl'B, 30X?*
(rood order; large yard and shed; rent low; immediate
possession ; flue locution lor store, maimiacturing
or storage purposes. Inquire on pre 11 lines.
"lVrANTED?A FIRST CI.AS8 LIOHT TWO-SEATED
tt Phae'on or Couue Rockawav and double Harness,
In exchange for very aciirsble Building Plot, 40 minutes
from City llall. Address OWNER, box 220 Herald otllce.
WAKTKD?A PAIH OV GOOD ROAD HORSES AND
light, two-seated wagon, to be shown at 107 Bast
I'lfty-flrst street, ou Mouday unit Tuesday, lath and 16th
iuat, _
4 HORSES CHEAP-MUST BE SOLD 8OON; GR\Y.
16 hanJa 1130: b.iv. last. >80; bay, IS hands, heavy
built, $75; blind mare, sure looted, $36: also K*pre?
' Wagons, light Hu lutss Wagon and UarncM. 267 Weak
Twenty-flith street
?l? o o x-$225-$aj??Iwill
buy a lnr.:e fine bay Horse, 6 years ola ;
sound and kind: fteps In .1:10: also a new tlrat clan trotting
Buggy, with pole, for $175, cost $360. Boulevard
stables, 163 J-.ighty-third street, near Third avenue.
(fcftOA ?FOB salk cheap, a pair ok dark
jPVJVfV. brown Morgau Horses, 6 years old, 14 hand*
high; stylish, kind and true; warranted sound In every
respect; sold for no fault but want of use; also lor sale,
a double-flat lour spring Truck, nearly new; can be used
either douole or single; price $.230. The above mustbe
cold to close out business Apply for two day*.
A. U. JuHDaW A CO., 345 Kast Fourteenth street.
TBB BVENINO TKL-ORAM
THK EVK.V1NU TELBORAM
TUB EVKNiNO T;CLKOKAM
8 TILL RISING
ai'll.L RISING
STILL BI9INO
AHEAD WITH ALL THR NBW8.
AHEAD WITH ALL THB NEWS.
AHEAD WITH ALL THK NEWS.
J^ ?A.?CASH PBICE8 VS. TIMB PRICES.
Furniture and Bedding,
a * S. HKYMAN A MACK
Sell for cash only IM
No Goods sold on time I tt
We aell the $50 time enamelled
Chamber Suits
for (25 cuh.
Consisting of one Bnreao,
Bedstead,
Ladies' Dressing Glass.
Washstand
Beading fable,
4 Chairs, J
Towell KaeK,
all warranted first class.
Also
A Bed Bolster and 3 Pillows, well made, good ticking.
for $d,
and all other articles of Furniture and Bedding of every
description at equtlly low and proportionate
cash prices.
We solicit a call; entire satisfaction guaranteed.
0. A 8. HEYMAN k MACE.
383.390. S92 Hudson street, corner Houston.
Branch 1,028 Third avenue, corner Sixty-first street;
Factories, 276, 278, 280, 282 West Houston street
A?WEEKLY AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR
Furniture, Carpets and Bedding, at B. M. COWPERTH
WAIT * CO.'s, 158 and 167 Chatham streak
An immense stock and low prici-a
AKIMBEL k J. CAHUS. FURNITURE MANUFAC.
turers and Decorators, will remove trotn 928 and
930 Broadway to their spacious warcrooms, Nos. 7 and 9
East Twentieth Hlreei, opposite Lord A Taylor's.
A GENTLEMAN, WISHING TO FURNISH A LA RGB
house, will pay cash for the Furniture of an entin
house or part of house. Address 0. J. D., Herald office.
A LARGE ASSOBTMBNT OF CARPETS, FURNIture
and Bedding at lowest cash prices, by weekly
instalments, at O'FARKELL'S warehouse, 410 Eighth
avenue, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets.
AT 880 BROADWAY-JOHN HERRLICH k CO..
manufacturers snd dealers in Plckhardt's premium
Parlor Beds; also other Furniture on terms to suit
A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF FURNITURE FOR SALE.?
To new beginner* this is a rare opportunity. All
new and in goad order. See more full advertisement
under City Real Estate.
?DEGRAAF k TAYLOR,
87 and 89 Bowery,
Furniture Manufacturers,
TT nuiesiue ami IUJIBII wniori,
have the largest stock in the city of
Parlor and
Chamber Salts,
Sideboards, Extension Tables,
Turkish Chairs and Lounges, I
of new designs.
Their Fall Stock now ready at
greatly reduced prices.
Houses and hotels rurnlsned at wholesrle prices.
Branch store, <1 Fourth avenue.
near A. T. rite wart A Co.'s.
At OEOROK a. clarke'S popular one prtcb
Furniture and Carpet Warehouse, 747 Broadway.?
Humes and apartments furnished on liberal lermst
Payne's Bookcase Bea $150.
At bendall's old stand?fubnitdre, cabpets
and Bedding cheap (or cash or by weekly and
monthly payments. C. E. CANNON,
209 and 211 Hudson, corner Canal street
AMAGNIFICKNT, GRAND DUCHESSE STVLB.
satin brocatel Parlor Suit, nearly new, cost $390, tor
$226: one do.. Marie Antoinette style, $2iW; brocatsl and
rep suits. $125. $65 and $50; rosewood 7V? octave Pianoforte,
con $1,000, tor $275; Paintings. Mirrors, Bronze*.
Vases, Carpets, Curtains, Chamber, Library. Dining Fur*
niture: China, Silver Ware: a sacrifice; property of lam*
lly leaving citv. 104 East Twenty-fifth street, between
Fourth ana Lexington avenues. Call to-day (Sunday) or
Monday.
t ?PARTIRU TV WAVT OV VfRMT m.A99 ItntT^R.
A. hold Furniture and witling to pay half price call
at 121) West Twenty-third street; Parlor Raits, latest
styles, cost $900, tor $a*); rep Suit, $60; jilush. $.*); Bedroom
Suits trom $29 upwards. Carpets, 60c.; magnificent
7L? Chlckering A Bon Pianoforte, basement and kitchen
Furniture; less than hall cost. Cut this out.
^ ?CARPET81 CARPETS II
Furniture! FurnitureU
All the newest ?nd choicest styles in Cnrpel* and Fnj*
niture, Beds, Bedding. Mattresses, Oilcloths, Window
Shades, Ac., at the lance wholesale and retail ware moms.
Sou to 516 Eighth avenue, corners of Thirty-tilth and
Thirty-sixth streets.
Call ami examine.
, D. RELIT.
_ successor to U. O'KarrelL
A-notick.?hotel, keepers, private fami
lies and those in search of Household Furniture wilt
do well to cull at private residence 210 W. list street;
house famished 1st of May at a cost of $18,000; contains
everv article necessary tor genteel hoasekeeping; also
an elegant Decker A Hro. tour ronnd cornered 7K octave
Pianoforte for $279; a grand scale 7 octave for $2ub, Call
this day (Sunday) or Monday.
A LADY GOING TO CALIFORNIA WILL SELL HER
Furniture cheap; anv one going into housekeeping
would do well to call at 342 East Seventeenth street.
/"larpets,
\j Furniture,
Bads, Bedding. Ac.
Payments taken
by the week or month.
Terms oaay. _ _ . ?
KELLY A CO.,
corner of Twenty-fifth street and Sixth avenue.
C1ARFKT8 AND FURNITURE AT THE LOWEST
J cash prices; weekly or monthly payments taken.
DKAIjY A CUNNINGHAM,
384 and 386 Third avenue, near Twentv.elghth street
T^QUITABLE LOAN OFFICB, 722 BROADWAY.
Jjj Buy your Carpet*. Ac., at 722 Broadway.
Buy your antique and modern Furniture, to., ttTQ
Broadway. :
Buy your Mirrors, Ac., at 732 Broadway.
Bny your antique and modern Oil Paintings, Ac., at 72$
Broadway.
Bny your Ga? Fixtures, Ac., at 722 Broadway.
Buy your Desks, ail styles, at 722 Broadway. Buy anything
you want at 722 Broadway. Great bargains always
on hand, for sale to pay advances, floods received on
consignment at 722 Broadway, opposite New York Hotel.
In furniture store. Money advanced on ail kinds of Property.
at liberal rates.
FOR~8ALB-ALL THE ELEGANT FURNITURE IS
house on Murray Hill, near Mith avenue, complete
for housekeeping, with occupancy of house. Address
box 4.78# New York Post offlce.
For sale?a handsome carved secretary
Hcds'vud also a Um Meter and Stova; all in very
good ^der Apply to Mr. 1I1CKEY, 42 East Eighteenth
street, near Broaaway. #
G_ OOD SECOND HAND AND MIS KIT CARPETS (A
specialty): all aizrs; rich patterns; English HrnsseW
and ingrain very cheap. At 112 Kulton street, between
William and >Maau.
J r. davis, os SIXTH avenue, bktweew
, Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh streets. Is still
ciintlnnlng to sell, on the most convenient method of
weekly payments, elegant 1'arlor Pictures, In rich walnut,
ebony nna gilt frames, ail or tho iuiest importation
from London, Paris an.t I'erlin.
SAI-E OR EXt'IIANtVE?A KIRST CLASS STOCK Or
Kurniture, with lease it desired, for clear Ileal i-.state ?
inortiear New York. Address FURNITURE, bos. 1SI
IIA.AI.I ..mno '
-tirANTF.D TO BtTY-THB FURNITURE OP A HOUSE
TT of 1U to IS room*. and rent the Mouse.
HOUINHUM, CAKR A AI > A M S, 746 Hrnadway.
ZERO REFRIGERATOR FOR KEEPING FOOD
from spoiling ?Ootliic Furnace for warintnc house*,
cliurche* and achool*. Sent tor Itooki. ALEXANDER
M. LESLEY, xu W??t Twenty-third itrcet. .
1 Pf) AND 1M WK8T TWENTY-THIRD HTRKKT.
ll)J DEORAAP k OOC'II RANK, manufacturer* of
Furniture, Mattrewe*, spring Bud?. Ac.
Marie Antoinette Parlor set*, $l;Ai and upward!
upholstered to order to suit purchasers.
Walnut Dre* Caae H?U, $1JU and upward.
1 nnn walnut bedsteads and chamber
l.UUU KeU, common, medium and fine gradoi;
extra fine Bureau* and Druirius Caaet of ituperior workmanship
and artistic design*, bj F. Taylf, late with *
Warren, Ward A Co. Special inducement! e He red to th?
trade and houackeeperi At Mauut*ctory?
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