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WHOLE NO. 13,830. DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS. AMUsKMKNTS?Third I'aur?Flmt colurmiR. AHTliOLOOY? Second P aim?Second column. BILLIARDS? Second Page?Ellin culuiuu. BOARDP.RS WAMEIJ-Skcond Ha. k. BOARD AND l.ODOINU W A NTED?Second PAC.U? Fourth col 11 in ii. BKDOKi.yN HOARD?Second Pacn? Fourth column. BROOKLYN REAL KBTATE FOR SALE?Second J'ai.K? I hlrd column BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Sevkntu PAcx-Sixth column. BUSINESS NOTICES?Fifth paoe-Slxth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Second Page? Third column. clerks and salesmen?Second Pack?Sixth column. COACHMEN AND OARDENEBH-SeCOND PACK-Sixlll column. COAKTWI.-K STEAMSHIPS? Second PiOE-Pirat and rcciiod column*. COPARTNERSHIPS?Seventh Page?Sixth column. COUNTRY BOARD?Second Paor?Fourth column. DWELLING HOUSES TO LEI, KURNisHED AND UNFURNISHED?Fihht Paok?Fourth column. BUROPKAN STEAMSHIPS?Second PAUtt-tirst column. BUROPE? Pirrt Pace?Sixth column. EXCHANGE?Second Pacr?Fifth column. EYE.s AND EA :S?Second Pauk?Firth cclomn. Ryoiinuuvvvi i.-...- ?? ?... . -'???rmu rtuu cia uj coiuuiuh. FIN ANUIAL-.seventh Page?Sixth < oluuiu. FOK ' ALE?First Pack?Sixth column. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LETFiret Pagr?Fourth column. FCKNITURFi? second Paok?Filth column. HELP WAN TED?FEMALES?Second Page?Sixth column. HELP WANTED?MALES?Second Page?Sixth column. HOItHks, CARRIAGES, AG?First page-Thlrd aud fourth columns. HOTELS? second Page?Fourth column. HOUSES, ROOMsLac.. Wanted? second Page-Fifth coluino. V INSTRUCTION?Third Page?Plrit column. . LOAN OFFICES?Second Page?Filth column. Lost AND found?fieri Page?Second column. MACHINERY?Fiiwt Page?Sixth column. Marble Mantels?Siicond Pagk?Fittu column. medical?Second Pi;k?Second Column. , miscellaneous advertisements?e'igiith Pagr Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS?Second Page?Fifth column. MUSICAL?Third Pagk?First column. NEW PUBLICATION.-.?Finn Fauk?Sixth column. PERSONAL?First Page-First column. PIANOFORTES, OROANS, AC.?Third Page?First NOTICE?First Tagb? Fourth column. 1 PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? Second Pagk?sixth column. ? ,,? __ PROPERTY OUT OK THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?Second Paoic?Third column. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?second Page?Third And fourth c.OftThlTli. RELIGIOUS NOTICES?Second Page?First and second column* REWARDS? First Pag*?Second column. BALES AT AUCTION?First Pack?Sixth column. SITUATIONS Wanted?FEMALES?second Pagesix th column. SITUATIONS WANTKD?MALES?Second Page?Sixth column. SPECIAL NOTICES?Fibrt Page-Second aud third columns. SPORTING?DOOR, BIRDS, AC.?First PAG?-Third column. BTORACK? irxt Pack?Fourth column. BUMMER RESORT..?Skcond Page?Hitli column. THE TRADES?Second Page?Filth column. THE TURF?First Pack?Third column. TU LKf FOR BUSINESS PURPOsKS?Fibst Page? Fourth column. TRAVELLERS' UU1DR?Second Pagp?Second column. UNFURNISHED rooms AND Al'ARTMEN 18 to LET? First Page?Fourth co'iimn. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AO.-First Page?Fourth coluoiot WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?Second Pagk?Third column. WHITEST..NE PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET? Second Page?Third column. YACUTH, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Fieri Page?Fourth column. PAIllS AGENCY OF THE KEW YORK ilURALD. ^ vfessrs. kremeu k co, american register, Have been appointed paris agents for the NEW york herald. they will supply dealebb with copies of the herald. and also b1nglb numbers of this paper, to parties requiring them. PERSON Ui. Any information of Nicholas or dennis Crein, who left Ireland about 20 years ago, natives of Hallon, county Corn; they will hear of somethlug to their advantage by calling at 4'ft Bergen *t, Brooklyn. DC. B. ON SATCHEL, GRAND STREET CAR? Lady next to you would like to see you. Answer through Personal*. How CAN i SPEAK to you i?give me. through pergonals, your address, and I tell you. 2p THIS SHOULD MEET THE EYE OF ANY RELAttvc ot Charles Woittisch, a native ol Warsaw, in Poind. will call on Mrs. CASY, 29 Recior street. New York, they will hear of how h? camo bv his death on t-atorday, June 27, which might be to their advantage. IF PARTY WHO FOUND STOP WATCH. NO. 15572, George Revmond. maker, at Elizabeth, Thursday sigh*last, will address as below, will And purchaser and no questions. JACOB HfcCK, Broadway ana Chambers street Meet seven years Saturday, at i o'clock. Fortieth street and Lcxiugton avenue, without tail, rain or shine. CORN BBEF c-NQUIKKK. Pat-will be up town on monday. daw. SHOULD THIS MEET THE NOTICE OF GEORGE Swain, ol Birmingham, England, he is reouested to write to some ol his old inends; his eldest child (Carrie) rhere he Is. WILL MRS. MARY M. SLEIGHT PLEASE SEND her address to 610 Washington street, cityt J. 8. 1 OTH OP JUNK.?WAITED TWO HOURS. SEND LZ address. Will write. BROOKLYN. ' HELIGIOI S HOTICKS. 7 CONFERENCE OF THE COMMONWEALTH A Church of Humanity. Sunday. and 1% P. M., at Be Oarmo Halt. Filth avenue and Fourteenth street lt?s a. M., Scientific sermon by 8. P. Andrews. Sociable tuedsay evening. ALL SAINTS' FREE CHURCH, CORNER OF Henrv and Scamuel streets. New York.?Rev. William N. Drinnell, rector.?Services every Sunday morning and evening at 7 fiO o'clock. Allen street presbytkkian church.?rev. George O. Phelps, pastor. All are welcome. Seuta are free. Preaching morning and ovenlng. A T THE SOUTH BAPTIST CHURCH, WEST TWENTYA fl'tlt street, Rev. A. C. Osborn, D. D., pastor.? Preaching July 5, at I0J< A. M. and 8 o'clock P. M. BERKAN BAPTIST CHURCH, CORNER OF DOWN. Ing and Bedford streets.?Rev. P. L. Davis, pastor, will preach Sabbath morning and evening at the usual hours TYLKECKER STREET UNiT'ER8 AL1 ST CHURCH, X> corner of Downing street.?The pastor. Rev. E, 0. sweetser, will preach to-morrow morning at 10^ o'clock. Communion service and reception of members after tho sermon. No evening service. All are Invited. tlAMP MEETING.-FIRST GAMP MEETING AT SEA > ClitT opens in the Great Tabernacle July 23. Three steamboat round trios between New York aud Sea Cliff telly, Sunday excepted. Church of our saviour, pifty-sbventh street, near Eighth avenue.?Pro!. O. Cone, ot St Lawrai co University. will preach Sunday morLing at Uft No evening service. OLLKOUTK REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH, FIFTH avenue and Forty eighth street?Preaching by the Iaator, Rev. J. M. Ludlow, D. D., at tu;3Q A. M. and 8 P. L Morning subject "National Danger." EIIFTH AVENUB BAPTIST CHURCH. WEST FORTYr sixth street.?Preaching by Dr. Armitage, pastor. Bund ay morning ami evening, at IOH and 7}? o'clock; Bund ay school, 9 a. M. All cordially invited. JJUBST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HABLKM.-REV. I* Oeorge W. Sampson, D. i>., pastor, will preach sunlay morning on "Christ's Law of Freedom," evening on "Christ's Country Recreation." TMORHYTH STREET" METHODIST CHURCH.? I" Preaching hy tho paator. J. N. Ilarnhart, at ldJO A. M. and 7.30 P. M.; temperance tneeling at 3:30 P. M. HAh.-ON PLACE B APTIST CHURCH.?REV. J. D. Fulton preaches on snnday morning at IQij o'clock and iu the evening at 7J* o'clock. Morning sublect "The Saviour's El rat Text;" evening, "What the Religion of , Christ Did lor a Working Man, as Illustrated by the Life of Francis Masun, D. D? or India." Lord's Supper after the doming service. f EXtNHTON AVENUE M. E. CHURCH, CORNER I_j Hfty-second street?Rev. J. B. Wakeley, pastor. Du Sabbath morning, theme?"Real Liberty."'' Evening?"A Nation's Exaltation and a Nation's Reproach." kT W YORK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ELEVENTH lv street, between Mxthnnd Soventli avenues?Rev. W W. rage. Preaching bv the paator Sabbath morning mi vwrmiiN. PILOKIM chi:kcii, thirty third street, betwrcn I igtith an I Ninth avenues.?Rev. J. Spencer Eennard. pastor At 10>? A M.. " n old inn Out;" at 7J? P. M , "successor Failure in Lift." Welcome all. DEV. d. henry MILLER, V. d . T'RKACHES in It Plymouth Baptist church, Kilty first street west ol Ninth avenue, Sunday, at I0H A. M. and 1% P. M HBV. JOHN HOWLING, D D, WILL PRKAGU IN the First Mission Baptist church, I.alght street, Monday morning, ami Rev George T. Doming, pastor of ' the Central Baptist Church Syracuse, la the evening, i aabieet, "The disaster at Syracuse." Baptism by tho pastor alter the sermon In the evening. 1 nKV. W. II. BOOLB WILL PREACH IN SEVENJV leenth street M. B. church, near Second avenue, Sunday morning and evealng. Prayer meeting at 6)6 C^TANTON HTKF.ET BAPTrST CHURCH.-PAHTOB, O Rev. William H. Mlrkela, D. D., will preach to-morrow, at I0H A. M. and 7?< K. M. l;' , ?CT. TUOMAN' CHURCH. KIKTI! AVENUE, CORNER Kitty third street.?Service, Sunday, duly 5-MornIng service, sermon and holy communion, lo'tf o'clock; ?'"'inK prayers at 4 o'clock. There will he service in this church every Sunday throughout the summer. CT JOHN'S CHURCH BROOKLYN. CORNER OF O M.. JotirTa place and Seventh avenue, Rev. T. ti. rjcott rector?.service on Hunday next, 5tn ln?t., at 10K o'clock P. M. Morning ecrmon by Rev. Robart Median. L fflABKRNAC LK BAPTIST CHURCH, HSCOND AVEI ' V nuo.fln<l Tenth itreet ? Francis J. i'arrv,of PhlladelW|jii yjjl preach on HunUav. subject at i0:90A. M., *??' Thftf on the Cross?t epDIect ?( 7\ P. M., 'Cbrtrt, I Our Lift." Alt are Invited, i :E NE UKliIOlOUa NVi'ICKM. Thirty poprth ntrkktrynagouuk.?the kkv. Dr. Vedavcr will preach his farewell sermon, prior to his departure (or aan Francisco this in orniiig, at lo.'i o'clock. W esi minuter OBOSj h, wRAT twrnty-SK'onil street between sixth and Seventh avenues. The Rev. Oeorge I). Mathews will preach to-morrow at 10l? A. M. an<l at H o'clock P. M. Young people's prayer meeting at7>? P. M., to which all are invited. The installation by the Presbytery ot New York of the Rev. George D. Matliews as pastor ot the Westminster congregation, will take p nee 011 Monday evening, July 6. ut 8 o'clock, when the Kevs. Dr. John Thompson. D. Mitchell and w. Page will take part in the eiercisea tOST A\W KObNO. L'ur.NU?A LOT OP RAILROAD COUPONS, THK r owner by provng property can obtain them Irom the NKVV JERSEY MtJTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM. PANY, Uicxel Buildln.1, corner Wall and llrcmJ streets. tuly 3?found. corner ok canal strert AND ?J Broadway, u Poekettook containing small sum of money. Toe owner can have it by addressing It. K., box 4,6140 l'ost olllce. Keys lost-labkllkd i. a j. a.josepH; liberal reward. lietnru to M. LEVY, 50 Mott street. Lost?a bank book ok north river bank-, lost comer Eighth avenue and Thirty-tourUi street. The Under will please return It to the batik. IO.sT? KftOM THE RESIDENCE Of THE underJ signed, yesterday, a green Parrot A liberal reward will be paid lor Ls restoration to M, DUCHESNE, Artist, 63 South Kilth avenue. LOST-JUNE 3, a PACKAGE OF SQUARES OF white Lace Guipure. The Under wilt receive a suit able reward by returning it to KaIIN a CO., No. 7U3 Broadway Lost?on Thursday afternoon, in qrhen. wood Cemetery, a small gold Bracelet Inlaid with black enamel. The Under will be auitably rewarded on returning the same lo 511ft Clinton avenue, Brooklyn, or to 111 and 18 Park place, New York, up stairs. _ LOST?ON THE MORNING OF TUB 3D OF JULY 1874, 111 the cars ot the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western KallrortU Company, which arrive at hobokeii at 8:16 o'clock A. M., a small Boll, containing five bonds of the village oI Soutn Orange tor $500each, numbered Irom 1 to 5, inclusive; bond No. 1 payable January 1, 1875; bonds Nos. 3. 3, 4 and ft payable July 1, 1875. All pe/sons are hereby cautioned against negot's'1"; Bonai >? thUy af? of po TAUIfl tfiTHe SndeT IT? wTTrcontef 4 favor by returning them to R. A. HALlIDY, South Orange, IOST?$30 RE WARD.-A SMALL BLACK AND TAN J Bitch, weighs about four Pounds; bus long toe nails; no white. Above reward will be paid by leaving the dog at 181 Lexington avenue. LOST-QN FRIDAY, TI1K 81) OF JULY, ON BBCOND Svctiue car, a Book, containing papers ot no iutere?t exsept to owner. The tinder will oblige by returning toC. A. GODWIN, 75 Franklin street, who will pay expe n t>es. Lost.?$15 reward will bk paid for the kecovery ot a sum of money (between $30 and $40 in currency), lost on Thursday, 2d inst. ARTHUR 11. NEWHALL, Continental Insurance Company, 102 Broadway. IOST?ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON, BETWEEN S AND J 5 o'clock, in Ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, a Gold Locket, containing two small photographs. A liberal reward will be given to tlfe flnaer on returning it to No. 65 West Ninth street LOST-ON JUI# 2, EITHER ON BROADWAY, FROM Twenty-thirl to Wall street, or on Twenty -first or Twenty-second street to Third avenue, a gold Bracelet. The tinder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at 949 Broadway. REWAIUIB. flan ItBWAKU run mn luviunn ur a uuhu rr.ncil Case, lost on Thursday evening or Krldav morning, in a Twenty-third street stage. Apply at 232 West Twenty-fifth street. dPC RKWARD.?LOST, ON JULY 1 ABOUT 9 P. M? ) between Lexington and Third avenues and sixtysecond and Sixty-third streets, a lady's Pockctbook. Tlie finder will receive the above reward on leaving it at 257 Bowery. <J>1 ft -LOST, IN TP NTH STREET. A SMALL BLACK qpLU. and tan Dog, named "Billy;" scar on breast; weight about five pounds. Above reward It returned to 19 West Tenth street. qel C REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR THE RETURN of the red leather Kasr and Contents taken from carriage opposite Stewart's, on Friday morning, and nc questions asked. Stable No. ? East Twenty-eighth street ffir.fi REWARD FOR THE RETURN OF GO LB ?P*JU Watch and Chain lost ocf uc9dav, June 23, al Pollmann's Park, on Jersey lloiahts; single case, gold faced watch, with Inscription u.side, dated 1969. Return the same to saloon. 423 Washington street, New York, and no questions asked. &inn REWARD.-STOLEN PROM MY PI-ACK ?LUU near Bay Shore. Long Island, on Wednesday night, July 1, one durk brown Horse. 16 hands, with iresr cut or scratch on the hip; wind galls on the hind legs $90 for the horse, or $100 for the horse an t thief. GEORGE ALEXANDER. ?p?ci: l yyricE?. A-THB AMERICAN REGISTER, . the moat widely circulated of the American journals published In Europe. A capital medium for American advertisers addressing themselves to European patronage. Indispensable to all persons vlsttlng Great Britain an the European Continent. Subscriptions and ad vet Use in en 16 for the AMERICAN REGISTER will be received and single copies of the paper may be obtained at the office ot the New York Herald, New York. A?SODA WATER, MINERAL WATEBS, GINOBH . Ale, sparkling Wines; manufacture of complete outfits of Apparatu 'and Materials, with full instructions; all department* ot manuiacture, bottling and dis poiising; exclusive Rights In desirable territory; catalogues Iree. JOHN MATTHEWS, First avenue, Twentysixth and Tweuty-aevonth streets New York. A? CATARRH?DISCHARGE FROM NOSTRILS > foul breath, sore throat, cough, hawking, spitting Ac., speedilv ana effcotually cured. Dr. UK KREMEN 46 West Fourth street, near university place. Pamphle sent free. ALL PER8ON8 ARE HEREBY CAUTIONKI against receiving any notes or negotiable pane druwn, endorsed or accepted by me, and payable to Nel son R. Merrick, Alexander Brand or Frederick 1 winch GEOBGE U AKRI -.ON. Naw York, July L 1R74. A?$260,000 TO BF. GIVEN AWAY. .- The second and last Grand Gift Concert in aid o the Masonic Relief Association of Norfolk, Va? will tak place on Bvptember 3. 1874, at the Operu House in tli city of Norfolk, Va. Tickets and Information lurmshei at the branch office of the Association. 76 and fit) Broad way, room 29. New York. Post office box 1,417. Consumption, wastcno and indiokstion. j savory * moore's pancreatic emulsion and pancreatine arc the most potent remedial agents. They are the only remedies yet known tor effectini the digestion of cod liver oil and preventing nausea while thev also sufficiently supply the place of tbeol when the'stomach cannot tolc rata it ilieeeiacwar now attested by the published records of numeroui medical men. extracts Irom which accompany eacl bottta. PAVORY k MOORS, 143 New Bond street, London, West Bottles trom 2a to Ua , and retail of all chemlsu throughout the Btates am Canada, who also supply Bavory k Moorc'a celebrate" Cough Linctus or Pectoral Syrup. t Cx jolly's bcourino and dyetno centra) ), store, 828 Broadway, has removed around the eoi ner, Lust Twe'tth street, between Broadway and Fonrti avenue. Uptown store. 1.2u4 Broadway (Uilsay House) Downtown store, 167 Fulton street George a. clarke. no. 747 broadway, re apectftilly solicits an examination of his system r housel-rniohing by monthly payments; superior Good at fair prices and on liberal terms. Henry a. dantbls, m. d.. 144 Lexington avi nue, near twenty-ninth street?Special attentlo to the diseases of men. poyal havana lottery.-capital prizes o JV the drawing ot June 30 (.class 927) 12,962 drew tlOO,M 23,091 drew 50,01 19,526 drew 25,01 ft,9l">2 drew 10,lit 14,928 drew 5,01 22JM7 drew 5,01 Prizes cashed. Circulars of Information furnished frei TAYLOR k CO., Bankers., No. II Wall street, New York ; box 4.44X Post office. Havana lottery.?free information ani circulars given and sent. Address J. B. MAI TINEZ k Co., Bankers, 10 Wall street New York. Vol office box 4,686. Havana and german government draw man ?Information given and price lists fnrnUhet TllhODOR ZmiUOCU. 116 Nassau street, Now Yorl Dock box 5 AM. Havana and okrman lotteriks.?import an information given. Bond for circulars to K. SOI NKNBKRO, box 644 Post oltice, Now Haven, Conn. Havana and okrman government lo' tariea.? Information nml circulars furnished. WAt'llSMANN k CO., Bankers, I/ock box .1,310. 7A and 77 Niowau street, New Vork. LA*t OPPORTUNITY.-pipth DRtWINU OK IT LIC LIBRARY OP KENTUCKY, duly 31, 1874. ffl.nifl,UUn scheme. Only liO.uno tickets Issued. Whol tickets, $60; halves, $26; tenths. $8. Apply tor circular tickets, Ac., to TJIOH. K. BRAMLKi'TK. Agent, ail TUOB. H. HAYS A CO., DOBBroadway, N Y. Mineral spring waters?examined and ij dorsed by the leading chemical authorities o( th United states; VICIIY, KISSINOKN, SELTBRI CARLSBAD, CONGRESS, IIATIIOKN, Ac., shipped I cases of tour dozen pint*. CARL 11. RCIlULrZ, S80 Broadway, corner of Seventeenth street and Unlo square. _____ NEW YORK LIQUOR DEALERS' PROTECT1V Union.?The quarterly meeting of the above Unlo will lie held at Headquarters, Masonic Hall, East Tlii teenth street, between Third and Knurth avenues, n Monday evening, duly 6, 1874, at 8 o'clock. The Pres dent's address will he delivered ana other iinportai business transacted. Members arc particularly request* to attend. O. M. LAND8BBRO, Secretary. OFPICIAL DRAWINGS OP KENTUCKY STATE LO leries.?aaarocar. sxtra class 67? jolt 3, 1874. 46, 41, 86, 14, 86, 16, 8(1, 76, 2, 21, 40, 3ft BKNTT'CBT. CLABS 68-JOLT .% 1B74. 49, 14, 9, U, 66, ?S, 11, 61. 99, Ml, 28, 63, 78, 7 XHZI.IT, XTRA CLASS 311?JOi.r 9, 1874. 21, 73, SI, 38, 11, 96, 48, 62, 86, 17, 2, 6. SHKI.RT, CLASS 314?JOLT 9, 1874. 72L 40, 27, 78, 67, 22, Ml, 6, 96, 1, 66, 31, 43, 1 Address d. cl.UTE, No 1 Park row, P O box 4.909. N. rpilB COMET.-ZADKIKL'H ASTRONOMICAL CAR 1 Chart, showing its exact poaition, *u cents; so everywhere. , . JUUNhO*, Printor. 17$ Uraenwichj cornar J*y JH, IW YC NEW YORK, SATUR HPEClAli NUTICEH. _ Translating, publishing and advkktihivo (All latiKuuxes); Catalogues, Pamphlets, Correspond enee, Ac. (all sub ecis). Send lor estimates. 1. A .\ /. A, 51 Park row, room IS. The members and friends of the Henry Hiu.lli oiuh are eordlallv invited to attend a collation tole lidd at tlieir cluli rooms, Whitehall street, on can;relay, July 4, at 3 P. M. .11MLS liLli, President. tikOKoH w. Uisri.'w, secretary. <fcl fWWWISI -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY-OP plU'f.UUU. octal drawings on tile; $450,DUO cash (Jills. Circulars, with lull particulars, sent free. Address P. C. DEVLIN, Stationer and Uencral Agent, 3d Liberty street. 7Q (inn IN LKGAU/iKD KENTUCKY STATE (Pel I O.UUV Lottery. Official drawlnss on (lie. Buslin es established 30 year*. Circulars for the above and our single number lottery, Havutia plan. Address BALLY A CO.. box 4,344 New York Post office. iRPBTaa-noai, bikdr, <tc. IitRANCrs BUTLER'S VALUABLE STOCK OF IMr ported Do**, Poultry, Ac., Is selling at a sacrifice. No. 3 Peck slip. N. B.?Medicines for ail diseases. THK l'DRPi J^KERKOOT PAUK.?TROTTING FOURTH OP JULY, at 3 P. M. Purse of *100, lor horses that naror boat >:? Owner's b. m. Ladv Blanch. J. JurvlM' b g. Dutch John. B. Bnediker's g. g. stranger. Owner's b. ui. sweetmeat. R. 8. Bras:oil's b. g. Roday. C. Hopkins' b g. Newbridge Boy. O. Wrtglp'sg. a. Uncle JoeOwner's b. g. Happy Boy. L. 8, SamiuTa' or. g. Oco. Henry. SAME DA/. Puree $t00. for hordes that never beat 2 i3fl. William 1 hum's br. ft. Phil O'Niel, Jr. Dr. Ilcard'yg. g Pollock. Daniel Duitl&y's g. it. Thomas Jefferson, Jr. u. Walker's h. m. Lady Annie, ueorgc Wright's s. g. Tom Collins. L. 8. Sauimls' a g. Harrv Gllhort WM. MuMAIlON, Proprietor, PyEBKPOOT PARK. U SIMMER MEETING, JULY 7, 8, 9 AND lft fg.400 in Premiums. A- Ktltai JMY-ryisODAY, JULY 7. No. 1.?Furseot $Su n.r hl>Fie>tlutt have never beaten three minutes. Oeorge Wright entersg. g. tn' le Joe. E. II. lieard enters ch. m. Ellen May. Owners enter b. in. Lada Blanch. J. Ward enters b. g. Uncle Uili. P. Watersuu enters br. a Doubtful. II. O. Ren tuterss. g. Oeorge. A. P. Olds enters ch. g. Mohawk Brother. W. P. Laid enters g. m. Flora. No. 2,?Batne day-Purse ot $300, tor horse* that never beat Z -.30. James Page enters a g. Parmer Boy. E. II. Heard enters g. g. Pollock. J. II. Phillips enters h. in. Ella Madden. Dan Mace enters on. ui. Washburn Maid. W. 8. Thorns enters br. g. Phil O'Nlel, Jr. II. U. Gilbert enters *. g. Ilarry QilbertOeorge Walker en.ers h. in. Lady Annie. H. 0. Kck enters b. g. Win. II. Puree. 8ROo.NI) DAY-WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. No. 8? Purse 8.800, lor horses that never beat 2:41. Owner enters b in. ."sweetmeat. K. H. Heard enters cu. in. Kuen Mery. William 8. i'lmus enters br. g. Phil O'Niel. Jr. Wiltiaui McCarthy enters br. g. Iluskej Boy. John Murphy enters br. m. Lady tremble. H. c. Eck. enters b. g. William H. Force. Charles D. cessionsenters blk. in. Lady Black Hawk. No. t? same day. Purse 8300, tor horees that nevei be.tt 2:32. William S. Thorns enters ch. g. Constitution. William McCarthy enters b. a Redwing, J. a. Chambers enters d. m. Molsey. Jobn Mur, by entersb. m. Lady Bayers. Oeorge Walker enters b. m. Ladv Annie. THIRD DaY-TUUKSDAY, JULY 9. No. 5.?Purse (3u0, tor horses that never beat 2:30. J. K. Jarvts outers b g. Dutch John. 1 Oeorge Wright enters g. g. Uncle Joe. Charles lieinxel enters b. g. 11 volt Ow ners enter t>. m. sweetmeat. B. U. Heard enters ch. m. Ellen Mary. J. Purdy enters spotted g. Boot. J. Ward entera b. g. I'ncie Bill. H. C. Kck enters t. g. Oeorge. A. Kolas enters ch. g. Mohawk Brother. J. U. Uolusmlth enters b. g. Bate man. 8AM E DAY. No. A?Purse 8ton, for horses that never beat 2:23. ' J. H. Phillips enters g. g. Jack Draper. Daniel Mace enters g. g. Carroll. C. M. Bliven enters sp. g. Spotted Colt J. L Anderson enters b. g. Ki Kl. i FOURTH DAY. ' No. 7 ?Purse $200, tor double teams. Jtunes Pago rule rs ?. g. farmer noy ana mate. Williams. lliums outers br. g. Pnl). O'Keil, Jr., ant ' Ink. A. Paterion en'erx h. g. Lixtner and Ailonil. > Owner enter# Sweetmeat ami Politics. I SANK DAY. No. 8.?Purse kVT) Tor horse* mat never beat 3-.10. A. P. Olds enters eb. g. Mohawk Brother. George Wright enters g. g I'ncle Joe. , 1-1. tl. Heard enters ch. in. Kllen Mary. ' Owner enters b. in. Lady Hlanche. i J. Ward enters b. g. I nitio Bill. < P. Waiter son enters br. ?. Doubtful. _ C. H. Simmons enters ch. m. Lady Croaa Thomas Kvensenters b.g. Charley. : W. l'. I aid enters g. m. Flora. Samuel stow enters t>. m. Nelly. J. H. Goldsmith enters br. g. Bateman. Races will commence each day at 3 o'clock ehar Cars leave Pulton aud Catharine terries every five tut: utcs lor (he track. WM. McMAUON, Proprietor. IONO BRANCH RACKS. j M on month Park, commence July 4 and contlnuo July 7.-A.1.'.- 14, 13, 13 an IB. iiuun ausi, rnuanuii W*. B. Rsthor, Secretary. ! lirniTB PLAINS, WE8TCUESTER COUNTY. ! W Pur* *751), on 4th July. closed with following entries s? D. Mace's gray gelding Carrol. A. 1'aterson's br. a Mauhiitun. . M. II. Whipple's br. in. Viola. Same day.?fume $400. M. H. VThipplo's gray g. Cray Dau. I). Mace's br. g. Huskcy Boy. A. Pate rson'a Day g. Win. Walch. Races commence at 2 o'clock. _ W1LUEY UDELL, Proprietor. WEST SIDE PARK, JERSEY CIlY,?TROTTINI Saturday, July 4.?Running?Purse No. I, $100, t< 1 three minute horses, 7entries; purse No. 2, *2J0, lor 2:' horses, * cninos, pur e No. t, $leO, lor running horse mile heats, 7 entries; races to commence at two o'clocl , admission $1; take lior>c cars to Bergen car depot. ' SAMUEL McBINNKV, Secretary. 1874: ?LONO BRAN0H W7 Jnly 4, 7. 9, 11, 14, 15, 16 and IS. The stanch and commodious steamers ot the Ne g Jersey Southern Railroad lino will run as follows :? I Leave New York, foot of Rector street, pier 8 Nor' River, at 7 and 9:40 A. M.: returning trom the park it mediately alter the close ot the races each day. On the 9 40 trip an extra boat will be In readiness relieve the reguiar boat in case of an excessive crow On July 4 and 7 * extra boats will be run, leaving the pier foot of Twent ^ fourth street. North River, at 10;3n A. M., and pier N II 8 North River at 10:45 A. M.. In addition to the hos ? leaving pier 8 at the regular hours of 7 and 9:40 A. M. ? rare for the round trip, including entrance to tl tt park, $2 50. OH AS. P. McFADDIN, General Ticket Agent W. P. Smbubk, General Manager. J horses, carriages, <tC. A11 LDERNEYS FOR 8ALE.-FRE8U COWS, HEIFRi and Calves. Inquiro of or address JO lin V A Li ANTWERP, Throgg's Neck. Westchester, N. Y. li i -BALANCE OP SUMMER STOCK. ; A. Phaetons, Bunnies, Rockaways, Depot Wagor Harness, sheets. Robes, Whips, Nets, Ac., ail at greatly reduced prices, at TUFT'S Repository, 68 Liberty street '? A VERY BEAUTIFUL SADDLE PONY FOR SALE A Has often been driven to wagon by a lady; Is vei gentle and warranted without a fault Can be seen !- N. McUOLDRlc'K'S, No. 60 Flushing avenue, corner n Oxford street, Brooklyn. A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY TRAM OF BAY 110rsi p A for sale.?Cannot bo beaten lor style : black point no white; warranted In every particular; not a bleml si of any kind about tlicm; used by the present owner tl ft year. Address U. h. O,, Herald ottlce. ? P ? ?jn New and second hand Carriages and Harness, 10 great variety, at very low prices. A. 8. FLANDRAU, Nos. 7 and 18 East Eighteenth ntrer.t, iiear^ Fifth aveni VtARRlAUEH, PARK, PONY AND HAHKET Ml A ~ ly tons, Kockawava, Buggies, Express and oth 0 Wagons, new and second band, lor sale at extremely It JJ prices at OBUBB'H hepository, 141 West Broadw y. * jvHiR Sale?the most perfect and bra in r r tut pair ol white Andnlusian Ponies irom tho 1st ; mils ot Panama. 12 hands high. 5 and 6 years old; sonn ' Kind and gentle, single, doubie and under the saddl L Willi or without the Harness aud Pony Phaeton; i new. fan be seen at BELLOWS' stables, oorner Ores X and Prlnee streets. li'OR HALE OR TO TRADK-A RRUlUT BAY HE r end Uambletonlan llorse, 16.2 high, 8 years ol L record of 2:611; sound, gentle and kind, has been driv livaladv: together with a Dusenbury A Nelson ti spring top W agon; Road nigmi, by R. >1. stivers; al sleigh, Harness, Sweat Blanket, Ac.: will trade lor Nc York, Brooklvn or Westehoa'er Property; no letter* a II swerod and persona whose property I* flilly mortgag need not apply. Inquire at livery stable No* 1W Bui le van street. d TJKARHR. OVAL (iLABH, IN (IOOD ORIIBR, F< 11 tulle cneap. Apply to J AMES UONNOUU, 34* W< j Forty second street. sc gKCOND HAND CARRIAGES. n Tnrnout Beat Phaeton. I victoria. ? Coupe, round front. Mail Phaeton. " Dog ( art I Curtain Coach. Road Wagon, top. Landaulct K Road Wagon, no top. HU-seat Uoe.kaway, n Claronce. 1 T urnout Heat Buggy, r BRADLEY, PRAT A CO., 658 Broadway " rpwo FINE LA IK IK WORK IIORSKS FOR SAI.I it 1 Weight 1,350; ?oid for want of use. Inquire at Ce d tral Park stab ob, Fifty-eighth street and seventh av. rrtHB KXECl'TORS OP EDWIN HoYT OPPER F< r- 1 sale the stock of Horses formerly owned by hi snd to ne seen at hia former residence, at Astoria L. This stock Includes Horses by lJamhletonlan, Edwa Everett, Iron Duke, Messenger, George VVIIkea and Rih 2. Allen, all raised on the placo and some of Uiom sho lug great speed. 0. O. FBANCKLYW, 1 No. 4 Howling Green. I 4. WM. ALLKN BUTLER. fBxecotori V. 111 Broadway. J ,D 11T ANTED?CARRIAGE HORSE, 16H. IRON OR, Id Vt or black; trotting Mare, lAV black or eheatn show I;40 to pole . thoroughbred riding Mare. 18; chili 1 fouy.geutlt, Address W., bp* JttO lursld offiqe. >RK H DAY, JULY 4, 1874. HOUMKS, CAIIKI ??KN, AC. *OAA WTLh purchase extension TOP ?PiVJU Phac on. po'e and .haft., city made, in good order a bargain, ran tie examined M Mtabki corner ol Henry and Clark street., Brook.yu. TO LET POK BPWIB8? PUBPQ8MS. AND. 1 BUSINESS CORNKIv- BIOHTH A VKNI'K, norlliwenl corner ol fiftieth street, to let; wo til I divide it: icruilnua Marihattanville car.; liy mere Chance this *1 lendid o; portunitv is uow oltered. Apply Immediately at 7111 Eurntb avenue. ANI W STORE. WITH BAKERY-BENT M)W. 42J Wen sixteenth .treeI. A -STORKS ON THIRTIETH STREET, NEAR SIXTH . uvi nu? tilt and US), to let, sui'.a le lor baker, butcher, barber, alioeiuuker, cigar or inilk depot. Apply en the ureinlaei. NO. 318 BROADWAY CORNER OF I'KAKI, HIUKKT _ To let, three Offices. toui tin r or separate, with heat, lias and water. Apply to B. B. UUTCHIMUB, No. 88 John street. VTO. xa BROADWAY, CORNER OF THANK STREET ? xi 10 ies, wo uracei, tcgouier or separate. Ami] v to A. B. IIUVII iMlh, No. 38 Joint street. OIKAM t'OWKll-ROOKS AND FLOORS TO LET, O with or without power, ut 18 and A) 1'ell street; rent low to woodworker* or other*. otham rows; to let-Boom, 5x50 ok mxioo 0 feet, well lighted, heated with steam, Ac.; steuuy power. JOHN McLAKKN, Third and Grand strreta, Holioiteu. N. J. SPLENDID LOFTS WITH 8TKAM AND KLEVATORS to let. First avenue, Twerty-niuth and Thirtieth streets; alto20U levt Water Front Tor sale; reamnatdo terms. J. M. KOP.1ILKK, 11? Hroadway, room 4. rno LBT-A NRW STORK; EXCELLENT CHANGE FOR 1 a druggist. 421 West sixteenth street. TO LKT?TWO LOFTS, 25X1(10, SUITABLE FOR can et or uphol-tery bnsinsxn, in building occupied by John II. Wilcox ( yiapauy, #9 Fourth avenue, to whom apply tor partlculari TO LP 1'?TWO NEW STORKS; RENT LOW. NOS. 425 and 427 West Fifteenth street TO LBT.?STORKS TO LKT, IN NOS. *11 AND 215 Molt, anil No. 8l5 EAst Sixteenth Btreot. Inquire at Houxekcepers, or ill Rank OACO, No. 20 Second avenue. rLKT-A FIR T CLASS lORNEIt STORE, Kt'ITaDle lor drug or tea store. Apply to PETER DUKLGRR, corner liit^-tlfUi street and First avenue. TO LET OK LEASE?617 GRAND STREET, OPPOSITE Columbia; store in basement, with seven rooms; suitable lor likht business or dwelling. Apply at PES1 ENhOKEK'S cigar store, 572 Grand street. hWKUING HOtSES TO LKT. I'nturulalieti, ATHRKR STORY HOOSB TO LKT?IN WESTTIUR. tletli street; 10 rooms; rent $750 would rent lor less to a smalt faintly. Apply to H. SMITH, Kranklort House, 202 v\ tliiam street A PRIVATE FAMILY OOINO TO EUROPE TEj*. porarily would let their lionise on low term* to a responsible par.y tor three mouths. Address fc.U KOPK, bo* 180 Herald office. r LI T?TOR THREE eTORY BRICK HOUSE 157 Orchard street; rent $l,ino per nunuui: possession immediately. Apply to 8. B. HUTCHINGS, its John st. mo LET?TWO STORY HOUSE. 133 PR IN OB STREET, r 1 in eood order: rent tl 000; possession iuimedlstely. Apply to .-v B. IIUTOlilNtiS, 3d John street. TO LET-in WEST TENTH STREET, A TBI8I story brick House, with a splendid yard, bandy to the Sixth and Seventh avenue car*. Apply to WM. BKVAN, No. 87 Perry street. TO LET-AT A REDUCED PRICE FOR THE BALance of the year, a coney brick House : nine rooms; all Improvements; Ninth Ward; SftOO; nice Floors. Apply at UU3 Hudson streak Three story and basement hioh stoop Dwellinc. 20x50; modern improvements; (rood order: central location; cheap rent; immediate possession ; 321 hast Twelith street, near Second avenue; rent $lt)0 per month. 9th ward.?a nbw four story house to let, in Fourth street, near West Teuth street; 16 rooms; all modern conveniences. Inquire at 176 Went Tenth st. i<iuRNUHEDK<l(llIS AVD APARTMENTS TO LET. AN RXCKLLKNT OPPORTUNITY FOR A PARTY OF pemlemen who would like two larve Rooms on secotui nour; uinpie ringeui, 1101 ami coin water turn ijmj of bath; private faintly ot adults. 168 West i wenty-tlrst street AT NO. M KA&T 1ST II STREET NICELY FURNISHED Room*, single or en suite; locution unexceptionable ana terms reasonable to permanent parties. Beautiful room, furnished?hot and cold water, bat i, Ac. ; about hall usual i rice to desirable parties. 24 Wcat fourteenth street; only ono flight up ring professor's bell. Handsomely furnished rooms to let?tc gen,i onlr, near Union square; terms vorj moderate. Cad at 138 Last Sixteenth street u' rpWO RESPECTABLE GENTLEMEN OR LADIRf 1 ean be accommo<tated with a clean, cotnfortabh ? furnished Bedroom, with a respectable German family at3&0 Greenwich street Call on the top floor lor tw i days. ld mo RENT.?A LADY LIVINO Al.ONE WILL REM 1 her Parlor or Second Floor, separately or together ? to gentlemen, without board; terms low; every aten tion will be given lor comfort; location between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Address IJcMK, box 136 Herald office. 5TH AVENUE NO. 76, NEARLY OPPOSITE TO DEL monlco's?To leu elegantly furnished Room a with out ho.trd, to latu lies or single gentlemen; terms reasonable tor the snwtner. nTH STREET.?FURNISHED ROOMS LARGE AND small, without board, tor gentlemen only. 104 Kaxl Seventeenth street, nesr Union square. }, /TO EAST TENTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY >r ou and University place.?Cool furnished spaciom 10 Rooms; nominal prices during summer; house flratcla**; s, family private.^ L; 111\ HACDOUGAL STREET. NEAR BLEKCKERiJLU Furnished Rooms, with every convenience toi ? housekeeping, to let, to respectable small families. 4 l)l\A WE8T THIRTY.SIXTH STREET.-A FROM ?\Jrt Room ana middle Bedroom, tnrntshed, withoui Board, in a small family owning the house; gas, Ac. w terms moderate. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTth MKNT8 TO LET. \ PARTMKNTS TO LET?IMMEDIATE POSSESSION J\ (it) to $40, at 23 Clinton place. 21 Great Jones, 7t Second avenue, 104 Bleecker and 264 East Broadway. T. J. GIBBONS, 60 Bond street !? g-rnUlYlRTAHLK floors-four rooms: NICK l_y ucw and cosey buildings; contra I location; cheat y. rents; $19 to $19. SO to East Twelfth street, adjoining o. Secoud aveuue. Apply at 309 Twelith street. ta ATICE, PLEASANT APARTMENTS 7ia NINTH AVE tie It nuc. corner Fort.v-etghtli street?Three Rooms, $10 full Floor, $18. Cottage, 9 rooms, 40? Weet sixteenth street, $30. Apply at barber shop, corner Forty-elghU street and Ninth avenue. = fiPO LET?FLOORS AND APARTMENTS, IN NO. X 1 Pp?Bg,JJI.I, 2U and 214Mott, and ?4A Rant Hlitc. ntf * street inonTnl ?t Housekeeper's, or at Bank once, 21 " Second avenue. _ fTlO LET-A NICK SMALL FLOOR OF THREf 1 rooms In the honse with the owner: all cocveni ences; rent$l8t No <10 West Thirty-third street, J.JDORBI I, No. 90S Ninth avenue. TO LET-SUITS OF THRF.B, FOUR OR BBVBf Rooms, No. 4 Horatio street, Jackson square; lo* , rente to small families; painted walls; water closets oi each floor. Apply on premises. of YACHTS, BTHAMBOATBi <tC? T7IOR HALF.?STERN WHEEL STEAMBOAT KATH p8 r rina, built in 1869, and has Just been thorouglv re '"J paired and putin first class order; will carry 1.V passer gers. she Is fli feet In length, 13 leet feet beam, and draw ,w 20 indies wslor; has double engines, with link motlor 16-incli stroke, 10 Inch bore. Can be seen at Springfield ? C .. ,,rl,.A In iilSn,. IV <1 U. I 1 ,1 1 11 Springfield, Wms * ITlOR BALK?A PAlROA RKI> SHELL. NEARL' r new; H6 fret by U Inches; In perfect oraer. Addres ft. B. P., box 4,?47 Post ottlcc. er IT0R SAI.E-8l.OOP YACHT KATE. ?3 TONS, OI.I )W P measurement; iu Ann cruising order; racing sail of all kinds; Is o|.on tor thorouah examination, at tin ? lb?t ot Court street, Brooklyn, until tbo mil insu A<1 w dress box 87 New York Post office. T ITkJlt S A f-K?<' AT HUAT, 24 FKKT 6 INCHI SX III FKK1 le r very miiT and utile and a hist sailer; i? newly paintc< ?ii and In eoinpleie order: has patent blocks and Iron worl (,v galvanised. Address w. B. siMuNlis, is South Willtau street. New Yorx, or College Point, L. I. ~ TTKOHMAN'8 PORTABLE PO I.DI MO BOAT?FOI A1- T1 use on steamers, yachts and other vessels; also a 11 inli 11 ary pontoons, exploring expeditions, sportsmen u,f tuorlsts, imitles camping out, Ac.; lolds in nne-elghtl i11 space and shipped by expires to any address, howeve distant, at ordinary rates of freight. For illustrate w e.rvnlars address JOtiN UKUfcMAN, Ballstou Mpa, Bars "s toua couniy. N. Y. K TMTUmD TO PURCHABF?A SMALL YACHT 01 _ VY sailboat, elthar keel or centreboard, in good orde and ready lot use. Give siyle, dimensions, rig, coiuli '? lion am! lowest cash price, and where can be seon. Ad !l* dress Y AC 111, box testation is. inn BOATS READY TO SHIP; SHELL. WHITF 1 \l\J hall. Club, Llleboats and Spoon Oars, at shop 368 and 373 south street and 114th "trcrt, Harlem River. STEPHEN ROBERTS. WW OfflCB ?OT1C?. POST OFFICE NOTICE ?THE MAILS FOR KUROPH lor the week ending Saturday, July 4, 1874, will clos. ? at this office aa follows ?On Tuesday, at 11 M.; oi Wednesday, at ll and I P. M.: on Thursday, at 11H A. M n. and on Saturday, at Sand 10 A. M. T. L. JAMES, Postmaster. B WATCHES, JEWRLHY, AC. ' ? NY ONR HAVTNO FINK DIAMOND KAHKNUH ,n' J\ weighing two carats each, to sell cheap, can find an cash customer by daacrthlng and addrcsalng A. B., Hei w" aid office, l STORAGE. nAKOKR'S WAREHOUSES. EIGHTH AVBNT7K, FROl Tnirty third to Thirty fourth street, and 2Hi Ntnt AY avenue.?Storage for fhrniture, baggage, goods an ut. wares ol every description, in separate closed compar J'S ments: always accessible. Night patrol receive goot at a* tear I and furalah shelter tor loaded wagon a IE RAJ I KJd'HHIOW A' -I7WL W7A . Ur?ml 4th and 6th of July excursion* ?u Naiurday, the 4tb of July, and Nunday, the 5tli u July. IH74. I lie splendid. large double decked saioxil steamer 'lllOMA( I'OWKuL it'apiain Abiain*), ot Uie Albany and froy line, will make the above excursion to New burg, stopping at Ooxxens' dock, Cornwall and loin isiaitd, eai'ii day; this is a chance seldom offered. Helnx a very swift boat passengers will have ample time al the different places lor recreation, anJ will return home in time so thai vou can witness the fireworks. W ashiugton's headquarters will lie open to the public. I lie v.ew of the 11ik dands and the old fort alone is worth the prtcc of a ticket. No pains or expense will be spared to give pleasure and salislaetlou to all. ana It tsiuteuded io make these the most respeelahle excursions of the season and the most fastidious will have no cause lor complaint. 1 he steamer will be well provided with relresU in-nis of all kinds. Schilling's Long Branch Orchestra and I 'oUlnm Band Is engaged tor the occasion, cteamer leaves as follows:?Company's docl., foot of Ltroy atreet, North Kiver, 8.30 A. M. , gulton ferry. Brooklyn, "J t. M.; Twenty.third street, North diver, il:J0 A. M.; Thirtytourth street. North Kiver. 10 A. ll. Tickela for round trip, $1 each. A (ill AND OCEAN EXCURSION TO ROCK A WAY Heath ? Rockaway bus One turf and still water bathing. boating and Aniline, linn grove* and dunning platforms, free for Handay school and picnic parties, wlio will be taken on liberal term*. The tavorile steamer TWILIGHT will make daily excursions (Suunavs and Monday* excepted). leaving u* toltow*:?Twenty-third Ktrcet, 9 and I :J0; Franklin street. 9:11 and 1:30; pier No. 2, 9M and 1:40; Martin's Dock, Brooklyn. 9:46 and 2. Fare, 35c. Excursion tickets. 30c. The Twilight cau bo chartered Mouday* tor excursions. AORANI) FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC OF THE M aril inlaw and Blacksmith*' Union, No. 27. at I ion Park, 110th street, e Ighth avenue car* pass the Park. Ticket* aold at the Park. A GRAND FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION TO Cholera Rauks?Deep sea Ashing at daybreak; sea steamer VIRGINIA SEYMOUR, Captain Audersou Colwc ), i'ilot: giving a view of the barber's fortifications. Long Branch. livhtsnin, Fire Island and Far kocowir, Trow the ocean by muoulluat an.l daylight; leaving Friday night. July X Franklin street. North Hlver, 11:18 P. M.; pier 27, East River, 12 uudmght; music, bait, lines und refreshments oil board; tickets, $2 lor the round trip Of 120 miles. AL. (J. FOSTER. Manager. A ?SPLENDID FOUR IH OK JULY EXCURSION? .V, The tavorlte ocean steamboat TWILIGHT will make two round trip* to Kockaway Beach, giving her passengers two hour ; on her allernoon uip tor sea bathing. bead advertisement in this column headed "A Grand Ocean Ilxodrslou." A?FOURTH OF JULY.?THE MAQNIHCKNT . steamboat THOMAS CORNELL, capacity for over 2,500, will make a Grand Excursion up the Hudson River lo Newburg, landing at lona Island, West Point and Cornwall. Palmer's orata and string bands will accompany the excursion. Good refreshment* and plenty ot seats. Leaves Harrison street, Nortn River, H A. M. j Christopher street, 3;30; Twenty-third street, 9, Thirtytourth street, 9:311. Fare, whole trip, $1. Astoria, harlkm. morrina.via and high Bridge.?Ne^ palace steamboats leave Fulron ferry tiinr at 6.7, 7:<5, 8:13, 9, 9:13. 10:33, 11:46 A. M.; I :i?. P.30, 3:ij, 4, l \ix 5:15, 6, 6:20 P. M. see time cards tor landings. Sunday boats every half hour alter 9 A. M. ^ j A GRAND FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION TO Newburg aud Poughkecpsle. land nit at YonXcra, 1 lona Island, West Po;nt, Cold spring. Cornwall. Tho magniAceiilsteamboat WILLIAM COOK will leave Peck slip, pier 7. East River, at 7:15 A. M.; Puiton ferry, Brooklyn, T:45; Montague street, Brooklyn, 8; Christopher street, 8:15; Twenty-fourth street, North River, 18:91. The promenade and dance music by ihe Continental Band. Saturday, Inly 4. Fare to Ponghkeepsie and return, tl 50; Newbnrg and return, $1. Tickets at Hrentano's, 33 Union square; Miller's, III Hroauway; French's Uotel, end all the prlnclpul ticket offices. A -JULY 4, 1874. . GRAND EXCURSION. The world renowned steamer PROVIDENCE (of the Pall Rtver line). Captain B. M. tdmmuns, will make a grand excursion on Saturday, July 4, down New York Bay. out on the Atlantic Ocean, passing bong Branch, and returning will run up the Hudson River. Starting trom pier No. 28 North iliver, toot of Murray street, at ID A. M. Hall's Boston Bran, string and Keed Band and Orchestra have oeeu engaged for the occasion. Tickets $2. Por sale at all hotels and ticket offices and on the pier. A4TH OP JULY EXCURSION TO OLE.N GOVE AND Roslyn?Landing at College Point Great Neck. City Island, Bands Point Bra Cliff and Glen Viooa. Steamer HEAWAUNAKa leaves pier 24. East River (Peck slip), Saturday, July 4, at 9 A.M.; Ninth street at 9:05 and Thirty-third s-reet at 9:1ft: returning to the city about 6 P. M. Those wishing to spend a pleasant Kourlh of July and obtain a good dluner stop at Vau Colt's, Great Nee* landing. A?REGULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR Newtiar?, through the Highlands by daylight landing at Yonkers, flaverstraw, lona Island. West Point, Cold spring, Cornwall. The favorite steamer TWILIGHT (always ahead) leaves Pulton ferry (Martin's dock), Brooklyn, every Sunday at 7 .-48; 'oot of Harrison street* Kortn river, v.to; i"w?ai*y unru nn? a \o. rare for the excursion, *1 AHOY! PGR ROCKAW Y BEACH.?EVERY SUNdav the steamer AMEK1CUB leaves Peck slip, hast Kiver, at ?:10 A. M. and 1 rS1 P. M., West Elevenih street, horth River, at 9:40 A. M. and 1 P. M . Barclay street. North liivcr, an8:M)A. H, and 1:15 1*. M., Martin's dock, near hultou Kerry, Brooklyn, at V 15 A. M. and 1:40 V M. Karc. SUc.; excursion tickets, nor. , ^ ? SUNDAY BOAT FOR NEWARK. The steamboat \ THOMAS P. WAY ' will leave Commercial dock, Newark, at 8 A. M and: ; P. M. ' Leave New York, foot of Barclay atreet. at 10:90 A. M and 4:00 P. M., stopping atBergen i'oiut each wav. A DAILY EXCUKNION.-THB FAST AND ELEOAN1 steam yacht GOVERNOR's ISLAND leaves Custon ' House pier, at the Battery, every hour dally, for Gov , ernor's Island. The 4 and 6 P. M. trips on Sunday tvll be made around the island before landing, I hereby af lording visitors a lull view of the fort and tortiflcutions Pare IN cents each way. A REGULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT POl PeckskilL?The steamboat MONITOR will loavi loot oi Barclav street, North River, at 8 A. M.; Twenty . fourth street, 8:19 A. M., and make the following land ! in**:?Yonkers, Dobhs Ferry, Nyack, Sing Sing, Havei ' straw. Grassy Point and Verplancks, connecting witl stages for Lake Mahopac on Tuesdays. Thursdays ant Saturdays. Freight received and delivered at Bare la.' | street until 5 P. M. 11. K. AY RES, superintendent. Daily excursions to coney island the favorite steamer AUROWSkHTH will make regular daily trips to Coney Island, leaving pier foot of Twentythird street. North River, at 9 A. M., 19 and 3 I*. ?i . slopping at West Eleventh street 9:li) A. M., 13:10 and 3:1C P. M.; Franklin street. North River, 9:30 A. M., 13:30 ami ; 3:20 P. M.; pier 2 North River, 9:30 A. M.. 12 JO and 3 JO t P. M. ; 17AST RIVER BOAT TO CONEY ISLAND. PJ The favorite steamer MKTAMGRA will make reiru lar ilaily trip* to Coney Island, leaving Ninth street, Kasi Klvcr, at IU A. M., I and 3:40 F. M.; pier 27 bast Hiver si 10:1C A. M., I :lt) and 3 AO >'. M.. and Fulton terry. Brook lyn, atJO :2U A. M., 1:20 and 4 P. M. j JjtXCURSIONP. FOR STATEN 18LAND, THE THOMAS COLLYER. The People's Ferry of Htatcn Island (north shore) art J now making their regular trips, affording a beautifu sail to excursionists from the old landing at pier 19 Nortl River, foot ot Dey street, leaving New York as follows j Daily?8 JW, 9 JO A. M? and 1, 4 JO, 7 P. M. SUNDAYS. [ Leave New York, stopping at New Brighton, Wes ' Brighton. Port Richmond and Elm Park; round trips . 8:15. 11 A. M., and 1 JO, 1:30, 7 P. M. ' EMIR EXCURSIONS.?'THE SWIFT AND KIKST OLASI X1 steamboat WILLIAM COOK (capacity for ove 2,000) can be chartered tor days throughout the snmma on application to A. B. VALENTINE, Agent, 41 Jai street. New York. I TNORT LEE, PLEASANT VALLEY AND 8HAD1 , r side.?Steamers from Spring sL, Bundays at 9, li 1 and U A. M .and at 1, 2, 8. 5:30 and 7 P. M.. landing a 23d nud 34tb sts. 10 and 15 minutes later. Dany, at 10 A = M. ,2. 5:15and 7:15 P. M. ; 30c. round trip. / ' RAND HXt'I'RfilON TO THE HlOHLANDS AM VT Bed Bank, N. J.?The strong and eommodloui steamboat SKA BIRD leave* pier SB, loot of Frunkiu street, N. K., Saturday morning, duly 4, at 8J? o'clock: . returning, leaves Bed Rank at 6 o'clock. Leaves tot i above places Sunday inorning, July a, at s o'clock. .! ZfRAND FOURTH nF JULY BXCURSION TO ROCK \X awav - Tbe favorite ?;eamboat NELLY WHITE will make two excursions to Boekaway Beach on Saturday, v>uJy i giving passengers ample time tor bathing, boatf ing and other recreations, to those who have for a s number of vears availed themselves of the delights el these trips to the oe.can the announcement will he all sufficient. For time and landing* see advertisement > hereafter. ? /IRANI) FoThTU OF JULY EXCURSION Tt VT Fort Lee. Pleasant \ alley and Shady sido ?Steam I era PLEASANT VALLEY. FORT LEE an t ALt- ;XI.H wil leave loot of Spring Mtrcet, every :? minute* during th< ' (lay, commencing at# A.M.; landing at Twenty-tourtl 1 *no Thirty-fourth streets 10 and 10 minute* later. 30c t for the round trip. C* t HAND POCBTH or JULY EXCURSION Ol X the Liberty Assoclanon to Bxcelflor Grove ?Steam t boat and barge* will leave plrr 14 North Klver at to:.i a sharp; will return In lline to wltne** the fireworks i, there will be a grand boat race at the Grove between tie It celebrated oarsmen, I/wh I*. Young and floury John r son. The wines, liquors and cigars served on this occa 1 slon will be from Kennedy <1 Council's. 3fl lieshrossc e street: chowder by the renowned I'oni, the tH>atmaii. C~^rani> nciiH or jolt kxourhTon"to rock X away beach.?The favorite steamer GEO. T. OLY , I'll ANT leaves 119th street. Harlem, at 7:?l; Astoria 7:40; 85th street, Yorkvllle, 8; Dler V Hast Klver, tC.to I Button terry, Brooklyn, 8:44; Dler No. 8 North Klver, 9;IJ Bare $1. f /V RAND EXCURSION OP DAHLGRKN POST, US, G \T A. R-, to Dudley's Grove, July 4, 1874.?Halooi 8 steamer Norwalk and barge* William Myers and WUIiati II. Morton. Music by Never'* full band. The barges wit lie at the toot of Market *treet. K. R., and Writ lent1 : street, N. R.. while tho steamer makes the followin lauding*:?Hrootue. street, K. K., at 8; Market street, S :'*! West Tenth street, 9:80 and Thirty-sixth street, N. It., a 1(1 A. M. Tickets, admitting gentleman and lady, $1; ei n ira ladv's tickeu, r.0e. HOI FOR KOCH AWAY BKAC'H.-ANNUAL PAMIL' excursion to Kocktway Beach. On Wednesday JulyS. 1874, the steamboat PLHasANT VALLKY.Cap tain Leary, will leave Twenty fourth street. North Rlvei t at 8 A. M. ; Spring street. North Rlvor, at 8-4A; pier 1 North River, 9:15; Montague street. Brooklyn, *t9:4J Tickets for the excursion, $1: children. Site Music b; s Smith. 0. a. BLOOM FIBLD, tW and 71 Clinton Mnrtei a and 1. L. VAN COURT, (IA Clinton Market, Managers. ON DBCK?POL LOCK'8 IIOTKL, HIGH BRII'OK Boats leave Peck slip every hall hour, Klghtl avenue cars to Macomb'* Dam; both connect with llat letn River boats; music; dancing commencing at o'olock, P. M.; Little Neck clams steamad. I ? ? h It ROD LA It SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR KF.t d JV port, landing at Kllxabethport Union Landing. Roa: t- ville and Perth Auiboy. The favorltejataamboaLN ELL la WillTK, < aptain J. B. Davis, leavaa B*?elay atrec North River, at# lb A. X. LD. PRICE FOUR CENTS. imiEiiow. RI.MOVAL OP STATES ISLAND PERRY PROM PlKli 11' North ltiver to loot of Whitehall alreet, kouth aids oi tin' Battery. Boats leave hall paai everv hour dally, exception the ll:3i jlid 1 JO cuiulay hall pant every hour), lor New Brighton, Miug Harbor, West Brighton, Port Richmond and Kiui Park. Pare 10 cents. RUOUUI -I NDaV MORNrNO BOAT FOR NEW", burg, landhig at Yonkers, Ionia Island. West Point, Cold spring and Cornwall. The favorite steamer ARROW' sHITtl. Papain .lames Sherman, leaves Pulton lorry, Brooklyn, ai S A. M West Eleventh street, North River, at 8:.31, and t wenty thir.1 street, North Rtver, at So'elockj Fare for the rxrumton, $1. OELECT EXCURSION, JULY A TO NEW HAVEN, C? the bcarm'ol 'City of i linn."?Now and elegant steamer G. H. NORTH AM leaves Peck alio at 8 A.M., Twenty-third street, East River, at 8:15 A. M. and New Haven, returning at llJhP.M. The view along Long island ?ouud and arjunJ New Uaren Kay make tne trig unsurpassed. Pare for round trip, $2. No charge toi bertha SALOON STKAMKKS WYOMINO AND OKORGB T. Olypbant run daily, on charter, with bnrgea Re. public, Chicago, Baldwin. Sarah .smith and Caledonia to Execlslor 0rove, Eaglegwi.isl, Karitan Beich, Gold n|jriak miju <'muuii \jiu>rB. vw ? ?? '*v>* ou?j?, vupoeite Christopher street terry. Open evening*. U. H. CROB8KTT. STKAMKR ESCORT ?FOB THE FISHING UANKH, leave* every day irorn foot of Twenty-second Street, North Klvcr, at ft A. M.: pier 43, toot of Spring ?trcet. North River. at SJUA. M. : pier No. t North [fiver at I A. M. Mush- and refreshments on board ; linen, halt. Ac. ; Fare?i.inUemen, (1. ladle*, St? rent-. Will make au eatra excursion Sntu#l?y. Fourth o! July. Far.-. $1 The steamers hkth low, wilt.cam fletcher, BIRKBKCK and others can be cnartcred tor Ashing excursions, towina barges or attending ateainera, by applying at ikW Went street. TO CHARTER FOR EXCURSION S-N F.W I.nW PRES. mire propeller RESTLESS: line accommodations foa email partita. F. W. hT.AKK, 33 Coentie* slip, corner ol South airccf. 4TH or JVLY-A GRAND EXCURSION TO THK ocean.?Splendid aea going ateainer ESCORT will make an extra excursion on Saturday, Jutv 4, around btaten Island and to the Fishing Hanks, g.vtng the excursionists a splendid view of the harbor, fortifications, view ot Iaing Branch, from the sea, Ac., together with two hours' tlatilng. Leaving foot of twenty second atreet. North River, at it A. M. ; pier 43. loot or Spring itrcet. North Rlve.r, ai.H-.30 A. M.; pier 2, North River, at 9 A. M. Music, restaurant, Ac., on board. Fare lor tho excursion, $1. 4TH OF JCLY Grand Excursion. 1S74. Steamer MATTEAWAM will leave foot ol Barclay street for Kevport, and Koine around Stolen Island, at 9.1 J a. M.; returning, leave Acyport at 4 P. M. Fare for (he round trip, 79c. A Ilrst class Baud will accompany the excursion. 4TH OF JUL* EXCURSION TO IIARLF.H-LANDINd at Eleventh street, Astoria and EtgLty-fourth street, The steamers SVLVAN !>KLU SYLVAN QLKN, sYLVAH STREAM and SYLVAN GROVE. First host will leaver i Peck slip at 9 A. M , ami every half hour alter during the I day, until 8 P. H. GROVh and Ul.EN, the only boats : landing at Eighty-fourth street, will leave on halt hours. Fare 19 cents. V H.?This ia the only line that connect* | with the saloon steamers TlOnR LILY, W ATER LILr and OSSKO, lor High Bridge and Kingshridge. J. F. TALLMAN. Superintendent. 4T1I, 4TH, 4TH.? PLEASURE I'ARTIBS SUPPLIBD with the choicest brands of Brandies, Wines, do., by the cane, gallon or buttle. john hinds, Importer, 255 Eighth avenue. "I 7 7 ?? UK AND 1874. 11 I IJ . Fourth of July Kxcurslon to Pleasant Valley f and Son I^ee. the upper told) landing.? Fare for the trip) only 28c., Including return ticket. ? I'he elegant saloon aua cabin steamboat ANSON I A, Capt George W. Annate, will leave Christopher street liier. North River, at 9k and 11)4 A. X and 11*. M., landing at Twenty-third and Thirty-fourth streets each way. Muatu on board. 17HQ -FOURTH OF JULY, 18,4. X i I U. Grand ocean Excursion. Tne well known steamboat TRAVKLLBR will leave North Eighth street, Williamsburg, at 630 A., M. ; Ninth street. Rest ltlver. 7*. pier 17 hast River, foot Dover street, 7-20: toot of Twenty fourth street. North) River, 8:10: pier 43 North River, foot .- pring I tree t, 8:S0i pier No. 6 North River; i) for the Pithing Banks being m iloligbrlul sail down the Bay, through the Narrows and splendid view of tho Highlands and Long Branch. Music by Schiebcl's Band. Lines, bait and the best ot refreshments on board. Gentlemen, $1; ladies 80c. 17 7 ft FOURTH OK JULY. 1874. IH U< Grand afternoon and Brening Picnic oi the Excelsior Gvmnastlc and Athletic Club at Burner's Ka-t River Park, toot ot East Eighty-fourth street, Ban River. Tickets fiO cents, admitting gentleman and lady, can b? had of the member* and at tpe gate. The ITarlem boats leaving Peck Slip and Eleventb street stop at Eighty fourth street ^ In the evening the park will be brilliantly illuminated with fireworks. ^ SAliES AT AUCTION. A UCTI0N SALE.-ON MONDAY. 61H JULY. AT it TV. P. M. we will sell at auction a first class Machine .store, from the widow, Mrs. Fuller, 2i ihotni'son, near ' Grand street, in ono lot. I. S. WEINBERGER, A.notioueer. For further particulars apply to l. laZaRUS, 743 Broadway. room 4. t f N HEAT SALE OF PROSPECT PARK PROPERTY? U 1 be lfith. JERRY JOHNSON'S Kxchauge, Brooklyn. Brooklyn and Klntbush Lots. For particulars apply to J. it. DAVISON, trustee, 2UJ Broad wiv, rooui IX n TTENRY D. MINER, AUCTIONKBR " IJL tlaie llcnry II. Lends A Miner). Established 1847. Salesroom IhSDuane street, near Broadway. WEDNESDAY JULY 8, at 10% o'clock, at the salesroom, 105 Dnane street, near Broadway. ORNTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MIRRORS, CAMPKT8, do., do. JBRB. JOHNSON. JR.. AUCTIONEER (Jenerul salesroom, 37 Nassau street Real Estate Department, 21 Park row. large sale of household and office fu&> niturk. the assortment of which will be fonnd to be very great, at auction, on Tuesday, Julv 7, at 10k o'clock, at 87 Na? sau street. J EKE. JOHNSON. Jr., Auctioneer, Large and important sales of stocki and Bonds at auction, on WEDNESDAY^Juljr 8,1R74, | ny a. ii. nuL<L<r.n a cn/n, I No. 7 Pine street. New York, i by order of the executors of MULFORD MARTIN. DKCKASED. The Attention of capitalists is particularly invited. Full particulars will be lound in the New York Times, World, Journal of Commerce sad Evening Post. [ r ono branch L Cottages at auction. On WEDNESDAY, July 8, 1874. at 1 o'cloca, on the premlsos, we will offer at auction the following described prow erty Cottage on Cheleea avennc, nearly opposite tne Mansiou Douse, Long Branch, containing 111 rooms, bathroom, , l.otier's pantrv. gas; completely turuisbe.d. Icehouse ' filled ; lot 100X150; holise In good order. Also, Cottage on Chelsea avennc. containing7roams: bafh, room, gas, stable lor four horses; luruisbed completei lot 50x150; icehouse filled. Also Cottage on Chelsea avennc, adjoining above, containing 8rooms; lot 50x160. Also, vacant Lot on Chelsea avenue, opposite Mansion House, 75x150. The Cottages are handsomely furnished, and the Furniture will be sold in lots to suit purchase ri. Terms stated at sale. Sale peremptory. R. 0. CCAKkLK k CO., Auctioneers and Keai Estate Agents, Long Branch. Road waoojTa'nd Itsknrss for balk chbaP-* Three-quarter seat Wagon} but little used, $84. cost $275, double Harness. $45; single do., $26: all made by the best makers Apply at 60S Hudson streei. KOK gAtiR. s~N OLD KSTABL1SHKD OROCBRY BTORE FOR 71 sale <>r exchange lor Jersey Ofty Property. Apply corner cedar street and l'altsade avenue, Jersey City Heights. An old kstabushkd corner liquor btorb, on Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, lor sale cheap. Inquire of N. MoOOLDKICK. No. 50 Flushing avenue, corner ot Oxford street, Brooklyn. LBABE |$ YKARH) OP MOST BLSOANT RB8taursnt and Diulng saloon ou best part of Broad; way. with eomulcte sot of Fixtures, Furniture, BUvcr ware, an established business, Ac.. lor sula at a sacriace. PHALon A si.OAN, 31 Kast Seventeenth street AKEKY FOR BaLK-SITLATKI) AT PLAINFIELD, N. J.. 28 milos from New York; doing a large business, baking SB barrels |>er week : the property and buslj nee* tor wile on easy term*; a splendid opportunity for parties wishing the above business. [ WUOllKN A BRO.. Proprietor*. I ptRUO STORE FOB HALE-SO ?l MY It ILK AVEt JJ nue, Brooklyn; to be sold on aeoount of the death of owner. Apply at No. tM South Fourth street, William* burg. _ ' T.AOU 9ALR-A NEW KIRK PROOF MASK; WOULD r rather exchange It for custom made Clothing. Ad> dressCLOTIiING, box 113 Herald Uptown Branch office. i i/>oK sAi,K-nn:.\P. OHB LA ROB SECOND hand r Show Window ; also a pair ot Sash Doors Apply to WM. BKVAN, No S7 Perry street. * LH)K SALE?CHEAP," A SPI.KNDID CORNER Mf Quor Store; very low rent; two years' lease, with " privilege of renewal. Kor particulars apply at 83 Front street ' ITtOR SALE?A FURNISHED HOt'SK, WELL 1 r adapted tor a hoarding house, in a good location In the Fourteenth ward; worth $1,000, wrll sell tor $$00, as the owner is going to California. Apply to P. QAFF.. NKY, 897 H Bowg.gr. 1 /Vrockry and liquor stork for sale?this '} \ J day. at private sale, cheap. Including a fine Kuglbh J Ale Pump, price $AU; or on Monday at auction; Foartcenth ward. P. OAFFNKV. 2t<7\ Bowery. * YfiEoci'PRDB KOtv SALE?OF THE MOAT IMt V proved pattern, costing the owner $1,000; to be goM for a trifle. U. r.DMK. 1S8 Hleecker street, corner of South Fifth avenue. MACHCTBHY. AT 118 LIBERTY RTRRKT,~NKAR ORRKNWICH.Statlonary, Marine and Portable Engines and Bolli. era, new and second hand; Reed's Sectional Boilers, r l-athes and miscellaneous Machinery. Wareroomt, , SMITH'S Woodworking Machinery. A LARGE STOCK OP SECOND HAND ENGINES, J A Boilers. Steam Pumps and Miscellaneous Machin; ery, in perfect working orderisend Ibrprtoos. 2 WILSON A roakk, Water ana Dover streeM. ^ Kl'ROPK. r I- SCOTLAND-ROYAL HOTEL, ORORHfPH St)CARS, Y O ttlaegow, situated In the llncst part of the city, effort L sperlal advantages to Aiuarlnau travellers visiting Seekland.