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WHOLE NO. 13,863. directory for advertisers. AHfORKMFNTft?Second Pace?Flxth column. ASTROLOGY?.-ItTliMTII Page? Sixth <'<>lutnu. ii li.1.1 a bum?Stats u Flo*?Filth column. S0OIDKK8 WANTED?First Page?Fifth column. BOABD AND LODGING WAN1ED?Fikijt paob-Firth column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR BALE?Skcond Page? First column. _ CSINESH OPPORTUNITIES?Ninth Pack. BUSINK8S NOTICES?FirrH Page?Sixth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOE SALE?iiUMNli 1'auk?First column. CLEBKb aNU SALESMEN?8bvknth Page?Fourth column. CLOTHING?8?cowd Pagk?Plxth column. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?hitvtNin pacx-Fourth and (lttli columns. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Seoond Pack?Fourth column. COPARTNERSHIPS?Niicm PAG*. COUNTRY BOARD-First Pack?Fifth and sixth columns. DANCING ACADEMIES?Second Pauk?Sixth culumu. BENTISTRY-First Pack?Second column. KY GOODS? Kirst Pack? Secou't coluuiu. DWELLING IIOUSKS TO LET, FURNISHED AND UNFIT RN1BHED?Skcond Pauk? second column. BUBOPKaN STEAMSHIPS?Second Pack?Third and fourth columns. BUROPK?Second Pack? Fifth colmnn. EXCURSION'S?Skcond Pauk?Filth column. FINANCIAL?Ninth Pack. FOR SALE?First Pace?Fourth column. FDBNISHBD ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Skcond Pack?Second and third columns. FUBNITURK?Seventh 1'aoe?Fifth column. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Sevkntu Page?Third and fourth column. BBLP WANTED?MALES?Seventh pagx-Fifth column. HOB8ES CARRIAGES, AC?First pac*-Third and fourth columns. HrtTRI.H V11... ? Du.k ?,i HOUSES. ~r'o6m&,~AC.,* WaNXKU^-'fimt Pace?Second columns. INSTRUCTION?First Pack?Second column. LECTUltK SEASON-Sxcond P auk?Sixth column. LOAN 0FF1CKK? First '"'(it?Six til coiumn. LOST AM) FOUND?First Faoe-First column. MACHINERY?First Pack?Fourth column. Marble m a ntkls?seventh paok?Fiftb column. M EDICAJL? Seventh Face?Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?tenth Pace? sixth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?First PAor-FonrtH column. MUSICAL?^kconi> Pack?Sixth column. NEW PUBLICATIONS?Fifth Pauk?Mxth column. PERSONAL?First PACK-Flrst column. JTLANOFOETKB, O KUANS. AC.-s*oai?D Pace-Sixth column. PROPOSALS?First Paob?Sixth column. PBOPF.RIY OUT OP THE CITY FOR 8ALE OR TO RENT?Second Pack? First column. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Secojid PAO?-Flrst column. ? ^ BEAu ESTATE WANTED? Sbcokd Page?First and second column*. _ RF.LtiU lOUS NO I I0E8?First Pack?First column. BE WARDS?First Page?First column. SALES AT AUCTION?Seventh I'aok?Sixth column. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?Seventh 1'iUFirst, second and third columns. situation* wanted?males?Sevehth Paoe? Fourth column. BPECIAL NOTICES?First Pam?First and second oolumns. SPORi INti- DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?First Pack?Third column. SUMMER RKSORTS?First Pack?Sixth column. TUB TRADE-?Seventh Pack?Fifth column. THE TURF?Fikst Page?Third column. TO LET I'OR BUSINESS PL!RPOSEtt?S*c0*D Page? Second column. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Second Pack?Fourth and filth columns. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET? Second Pack?Third column. WANTED TO PURCH As-?First Page?Sixth column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?Second Pack?First column. WHITEST"iN'E PROPERTY FOR SALE OB TO LET? Second Pack?First column. WINES, LIQUORS, AC.?First Pagi?Sixth column. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.?First Page?Secoua coV, umn. PARIS AGENCY OF THE KEW YORK It KHA tjli. 2^K3SB& KREMER k CO, AMERICAN REGISTER, 11 AVE BEEN APPOINTED PARIS AGENTS FOR THE NEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEALER8 WITH COPIES OF TUB HERALD. AND ALSO SINGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER. TO PARTIES SEQUIR1NO TIIhM. ___ ~~ PERSON AX. A?RECEIVED NO LETTER AT STATION D. SEND . your address to the house. Yours, as over, PET. AM NOW AT 49 WEST THIRTEENTH STREET. GARNET. DR. SCHLOSSER.?THE PARTY ADVERTISING VOR this gentleman can see blm at Mr. Simmons', 687 .Broadway. ED.?KTAATS ZEITUNG?SAME PLACE, TO-DAY OR to-morrow, Mime time. J. G. JjlLORA.?NOTE RECEIVED: WILL BE THfcRE; V but do nleaoc! write ere Sunday, tearing disappoiut<' inent, to ALPINE, Herald office. HILDEGARLE-LITTLE FRAUD.?WOULD LIKE TO sec. Can It Address EM1L U., box 183 Herald office. IK ROBERT HAWKINS OR ANN HAWKINS OR HARriettPort, who came to thin country from llawkliurxt, Kent, England.. ivljl write to their brother, JOH.V POliT In o.'ire ot Mr. T. G. George, Went Troy, N. Y., tliey will e cooler a great tavor. _ Malcolm c. ortii is mo-t anxiously re- I (nested to communicate or return immediately to. his sorrowinK parents, suuimerville, Ontario. Canada. MitiirGLA88.?NO LETTER FORYOU AT STATION H. Will rnmi> Hint ?> vnn u-morrnw uninlni R I Mfes. blanchard, wholived last pehrcary corner Sixtli avenue and Tweiit.v-eiRhrti strout, will Olid an Important letter at Herald Uptown Branch office. S~ TATION I) To ICS CRKAM SALOON?WHEN CAN I sec you again without grundpa? Address forehead, Ilerald ollice. *?fPHB BUMP ON LOO" ON LOTS IN JERSEY CITY, I two years ago, would like an invitation to Fire Inland. T~H?RD AYKXfE car, D0W NTVhs I>AYSOON ? Will little one coiumuuicuter Addro.sn T. T., Ueruid Op'own HwwboHw, TAT ANTE!)?THE ADhRESS OP WILLIAM H. DE "f Wolfe, formerly an acting master in the ITnl cd States Navy, and commanded tho United Slates ship Norwich during the first si* months ot lSS-'> In the St. John's l:iror, Florida. .1. K. KiNU A CO., 45 Warren st. KHLimOUS NOTICES. PRAYKR MKETINUS EVERY FRIDAY EVENING, with correct singing of metre hymns, Nosttville (Tenn.) Jubilees ami native (Carolina) song.', with organ ac ompantment. BENJAMIN ALBBO, 363 West Ttiirty ixtti street. AH welcome. LOST A \ 1> POUND. Fiound?rn a car on the erik railroad, a package of Money, which the owner can obtain at file Mile . c posit Company ot Sew York, 140 Broadway, mi describing property and paying expenses ot adver> Uslug. J OUT?ON THURSDAY, JULY 3D, A DIAMOND J Stud, with a snlral stem, in going Irom Newark to Newtown, L. I. The tinder will lie liberally rewarded on returning it to fJ. ANDREWS, No. y Chambi rs street. Losr-A WRITTEN BOND OK TilE GREEN POND Railroad Company lor Ult.iiO), dated July 1, 1874. All persons arc hereby warned against buying or negotiating the same. WALTER LAWTON, 1'reg. G. P. R. R. Co. JO ST?A DF.KD FOR A L')T; LOST ON MADISON J avenuo, between Thlrty-nfth and thirty-sixth gtrcets. Please return to'ill Madison avenue. IOST?ON MONDAY EVENING LA T, FROM J Twenty-third street and Seventh avenue to Whitestone, L. I , via Hunter's i'oint, a large Memorandum Book, dark color. Kinder will he liberally rewarded hy returning it immediately to the owner, West fwentylourth street. REWARDS. < <2ifr RKW ARD.?LOST, A POCKETBOOK. CON. mining monthlv tickets 011 Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, and papers, ot no Use'to any one but the owner. The above reward will tie paid lor Its return to DAVID DODD, No. I Bond street. <J?Or, REWARD.? LOST, ON TUESDAY EVEN I NO, ?PZi* Jin Broadway, between Nineteenth und fourteenth streets, a rorimonnaie containing a sum oi money und papers bearing owner's name. Address L. NICOLETTI, Inn itroadway. ppWAKD op $75 PAID AND no QUESTIONS ASKED Jt for reinrn ot nrceii icatiior naif, tnarae I u s. A., witli contents, W K V. ALEXANDRA, 33 Broxlway. jpKCtUU IOTWH. A?BODA'WATEK. MINERAL WATl'RS, OINOEB . Ale, bparkliuB Wines; manufacture ot complete outflu ot Anpuruiu. nnd Materials with mil Instructions; n'.l uepiirtnuv.t* ot manufacture, bottling and dispensing) exclusive Kivlitf- in desirable terriiory ; catalogues tree. John MA'iTlli',W8, Kirst avenue, fwenty-Mxih und Twenty-seventh htrcet*. New York. A?OATAHBII, DI3CHAR0E FROM NOSTRILS, OF. . tensive lironih, ?ore throat, cough. hawkntfl, fifing, Ac , spe? dilv an l effectually cured. l)r Dh KRKMKN, 4M West Fourth street, near University place. Pamphlet cnt tree. A-|20O,OOU 10 BK OIVKN AWAY. . Tlie sen nd and )a*t Orand <>ltt Concert in aid of Ihe Masonic 11 1 It*I Association ot Norfolk, Va., will take place on N ptemher 3. 1874, at. the Opera House in tlie city of Norfolk, Va. Ticket* and Information inrnMted at the branch office of the Association. 78 and 80 Broudway, room 2fl. .New V(.rk. Post ol.lcc t><ix 1,417. A -ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. Royal Havana, ? Brunswlcn Lotlerv, Brunswick. Lottery. Rov?.', Saxon Lottery, , Royal Haxo'n Lottery. Circular*, with full particular*, free. Address 1. C. DKVLUi, Stationer sud Uoaeral Agent, _ 30 Liberty street. New York. A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF KENTUCKY STATE IioHcrlfi aturucar, bitiia ci.as* III-acocsit ?, IS71 6. a. 73, 48, 8ft, 78, 39, 81, fSW, 27. . KXHWCKT, Ctu*? 112?AU<JCST S. 1874. fc , 88, 11 78. XS, 42. 7, 60, SI, 08, 21, 77, 48, 67, ! snki.IT, **T*A clam* 307?atoust ft, 1*74. 1, "8. 44, 81. 4 17, w, 01, 72, Oil. rnti.ar, CUAS* 388?AVui'ST ft, 1874. ff. M, 83, 6ft, (Kl, 72, IS, #. 71 12, 6i>. 7. 37, 17. 40, ttt. Addresa J. CLOTH, No. 200 Broadway, No. 168 Fulton aHWIf Ho. 2 Tark row, orPoit office box 4.080, New York \ /"lOLD AND SILVER REFINER? <L 8CIIAWEL, 23 ' |J John street, near Broadway. Oold and silver and any article* containing Hold tiought ?t market price. >ine UoId aoa tiilver wild w m*uurt<jtoicr% y E NE NEAV 1 SPECIAL NOTICES. D cole a son. . Real Estate and Loan Agents, ltiti Went Madison street, Chicago, 111. Particular attention given to loaning money tor nonresidents. luxes oaid ana renu collected. Hknkv a. daniels. M d.. 144 lexinoton avenue, near twenty ninth street.?Special attention to the disease* of men. Havana anii ok .man govkknmi nt dkawings ? Iulorraatlon given anil price list iurnlshed. THEODuR ZaUHOClI, 111 Nassuu utrert, New York. Lock box 5,594. Havana lottery.-Okkicial information iu?v lie had directly arid tree by addressing J. O. DIAZ, Apertudo No. 587, Habana. Havana ani> oekman lottery.-! mportant iniorinntion given us to cashing of prizes. Ac., Ac. E. SON N fc.NBI-.iui, box 180 New Baven, Coun., Post office. IMPORTED BAVARIAN LAUKE, lrora Culmbach, from Erlanifen, trmn Kigslncen, Ac. Sold per original barrel at 7Sc., ?Uc., pur gullon. Per dozen bottles, $'J. hollendkr a co., Tryon row, corner Centre and Chatham street*. Solo Agent lor Bartholomay's Brewing Co.. Rochester. N. Y. Lovers ok antiquities and men devoted 10 fine arts will be very glad of a lavorable occasion ottering itself at home. They are objects of old age. w men, cnrneu irom nm;. arc iu uu buiu uu ?vt.?Hin ui the owuer't departure. Those who wuh to purchase them can call at No. 239 Mulberry street, between Spring and Prince streets, first floor, room .where the articles will l.e exhibited from ri A. M. till 6 P. M. every day, and where every out) will find very satislactory conditions. POKTPONF.M EKT.?THK FIFTH AND LAST DRAWing of Public Library of Kentucky hag been postponed to Noveinl or 3D, 1874. Positively no further delay. tiWiu.WX) cash will be distributed in 20,000 gifts. tickets, $60: halved. $28: lentils. 5. Apnlv to TllUS. H. HKAM. LBTTK. Agent. or THOa. U. H aYS A CO., 009 Broadway, New York. Royal Havana lottery. Capital prizes per cable of the drawing of July 31, Cluss 919:? No. 2^1X6 drew S100.000 No. 6,UHH drew 60.u00 No. 17,:vt7 drew 1!8,IRJ0 No. drew 10,(100 i-o. 7,10?urew 6,tKK? No. ft,989drew S.tKiO Prizes cashed. Circulars of Information free. Highest price paid for Oold, bllver, Oovernmentx, Spanish Bank Bills, Ac., Ac. 1'AYi OH A CO., Bankers, Post office box No. 4,448. 11 Wall street. New York. (3?,r DAILY?PAYMENT ON DELIVEBY OK (JOODfl. <ptJ on your city orders, within three mouths. Call only from 7 to if P. M. 41 West Twenty-sixth street, room 3ft. $rr7q aaa in legalized kkntucky state i) I C.UUU Lottery.? Prizes cashed una Information given; office established 30 years, Address BALEY A CO., 174 Broadway, bo* 4,344 Post iWco. PRY (iOOIIS. 7j> H. MACY k CO.'8 1' qband central fancy oocds ESTABLISHMENT. it will pay you well to go there every day. Orders from the watering places and any part ot the country rnju&if i FOOBTEENTH STREET AND SIXTH AV., Now York. During Julv and August this establishment will close on Saturday at 1 o'clock P. M YACHWt 9TCEAMBOAT8. JgC* A?TO LET OB FOR SALE, SLOOP YACHT; lurtre cubin accommodations and everything coniUleiO tur n locg or short cruise: competout sailing m ster. All particular* of C. S. PECK. <fc CO., 1B1 Fifth avenue. XpOB SALE?$500?SLOOP YACHT; ROOMY CABIN, r 80 feet long, 12 beam, nearly now, tully equipped, good sou boat. last. For lurliter particulars address YACHT, Herald olllce. FOB SALE CUKAP?NEW SE A-GOING STEAM Ysclit, SKI feet long. schooner rigged; very iMt; suitable tor winter cruisiug In the South; price $S,MX). 33 Wall street, room 11, up stairs. FOB SALK?SCHOONER YACHT JESSIE; LENGTH 55 feet; beam A tcet: in complete order. Apply to C. t V. POlLLON, TU South street. IjIOR SALE?THE FAST YACHT VESTA: LENTH 10U C teet, beam 25 feet, hold 8 teet; thoroughly equipped and warranted pound; will be sold low. Apply to C. A H. POILLON, 224 South street. rrilE FtBST CLASS SLOOP YACHTS SIRKX AND J. Marianna can oe chartered for Ashing, gunning or sailing excursions bv the dav, ween or month. Adare.?s DAVIS BROS., care ot Iran* Bates, toot Thlrty-sevenm street, South Brooklyn, or apply on board at saine_place. WANTED-A 17 FOOT WHITEHALL BOAT, INGE It Mill's make; must be new or but little used. Ad dress OaB, box HM tlcrald office. 1AO BOATS ON HAND AND SPOON OABS? JLv/U Shell, Club, Whitehall. Metallic Lifeboats and Ships Boats, at 368and 373 south'street and IMtb street, Harlem River. STEPHEN BOBEBTS. INSTRUCTION. AT $5.?ELEGANT WRITING, BOOKKEEPING, AC.? Dol.BEAR'S Commercial College, 1.193 Broadway, remains open day and evening. Puiuls received !n Angust at only $5 tor ten lessons; stationery $1. Students and extra advantages. A LADY TEACHBR, KNOWING AND SPEAKING perfectly German, French uud Ituliau, desires a ' position in a school or family. Mme. M., 67_West 3Sth st. ALL* SLMMER.?BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, Grammar, Composition, $.'> each; 24 Writing lcstuni $2 iU; backward persons advanced by privutu inetruction; ladies qualified as bookkeepers and cashiers. j'aim.'s, tjj Bowery; untmvu, 1,17ft Broad ?|py. AYOI'NG MAN, AN BXPBRIZXOBD TEACHER, desires to make an engagement to teach in diner a classical or Eii/lish school. Address TEACHER, suiting where a CODfTenca may lie had. Herald ollico. liort washington french INSTITUTE board* r ing and Day :--chool tor young gentlemen, 17lst street and Kingshridge rond, New Vork. (Former residence ot I. P. Martin. Esq.) Twentieth yea*. Will reopen September 16. V. PilKVOST. Principal, successor to Lesplnasse Prevost Circulars oil application at thu Institute, station M, or at g. LhSPlN'assii'o, 12 Pine street. New Vork. FREEHOLD INSTITUTE, FREEHOLD N. .T.-FOR Boys. ltev. a. G. CHAMBERS, Principal. V\>AN TED?MALE TEACHER FOR DISTRICT SCHOOL Vt No. 3. New Durham, Hudson countv, N. J.; mitrried man preferred. Apply to CHAKlLs PINNELL, | District Clerk. fiotsus, KOOIMS, ?t? WAiVTEl). In tl?l* City and Brooklyn. A LADY DKSIRES A COMFORTABLY FURN'ISIIFD Kmim. cast of Broadway, hclow Twentv-third street, at h mMMIM prlct!. Address \V. C., box Ml BtnudlliCfc AN UN U!Sl" AI< DhMAX l> "FOR U N 1" lilt NI fill hT> ANli furnished Houses for September 1; full particulars ot either left with us would insure responsible tenants-, no charge unless they aie procured. S. 1*I'.t'K ,t CO., 1S| Finn avenue. ROOKLYW THRkB STORY Hltl. K OR STONB House wanted?In sood order and good neighbor- . hood; rent low with prlvllego of purcnustutr next May. I Apply to J. KVEKDELL. Hroadway, NnwNork. \\TANTED?A "LARO'E HOOSB OB fWo~BOO ES, I it somewhere from Twentv-third street to Thirtyiourtli; these houses must contain from 8o to 75ro?,nis; I will take lease ol the property lor ten yearn and (five security. KIlvKK A (JO., No. a Pine street. Ur ANTED?A FOUR STORY BROWW SToSE House., fully furnished, near Fifth avenue, from Seventeenth street to the Park, lor a responsible private family of tlireo adults; owners having such a honse to let can obtain full particulars and party's name by calling at oltlce. WILLIAM TU< KEk, ?Sl Fifth avenue. WANTED?A PURNIrtHKD HOUdK (CENTRA!.), where the owners woulil rttain rooms; references unexceptionable. Address, for throe days, M. U J., bo* luJ Herald I'ptown Hrancli office. \lrANTEri^-IN ~N KW~YrtRK CITY", AN UNFURI ?? nished lour slory brown ITousc; first class order and location. Address UOUSE, Elizabeth Post office. N. J. Wanted ro rknt-kor onk year, with priv. m liege of two more, a small three storv House; must contain all modem improvements and locality bu first class; rent about tl.BOQ; will buy fnrnltnre l( at a bur gam; would loan $10,00;) on first bond and mortna.-o Addroas, with lull particulars, E. U., bo* 3,150 Post office In the Country. Wantrd-to rrnt a furnished cottaoe in Jersey, not too far irom depot, well shaded. lor st* or eight weeks. Address Mr. AHUAU OUL.UEK. ?11 West Thirteenth street. Wanted io hire?a small tiouhk, of about 7 or is roums, with unnrovements; some ground ; to ho, about 10 or 20 miles from Clty?llall; on or near Hudson Klver preferred; must bo tree from salt water breeies, levei und ague, Ac.; rent to be reasonable, and paid prompt!/. Address PURE AIR, box 168 Herald i oraoo. WANTED TO HIKE-ON OK ABOUT ShlT. 1, BY A tt responsible party, with a view to purchase, a small Farm, with good house, eight or nine room*, outbuildings, *o.; location high grounds, with plenty ol shade within two or three miles of the Hu.ison Kiverj not Iwlow Tntrytown or above Newburg; the Inner preferred: persons answering ploa?e state particwin and rent, which must be moderate. Address box 61o Herald Brooklyn Branch office. DENTISTRY^ ? ABSOLUTELY nl-w DISCO VK(tF^nr~fKKmI Lighter, stronger and healthier than rubber or vulcanite. at 216 Sixth avenue, between Fourteenth and Kitteonth streets, east side. Kstnbliahed since 1840. A BEAUTIFUL RET, IS, $H; CONTINUOUS OUM Teeth. (10: single, ?l; extracting, with gas, 80c.; silver fillings, BOr.; examine specimens. New York Denial Kooms, 3?>- sixth avenue. Remember J62. I Artificial tketu inserted permanently, without plato clasps or any extractions; teeth built upon stumps to natural shai>e and color without pain. Dr. BIUESMOND, to West Eleventh street ERMANKNT8ET8. WITH OR WITHOUT EXTRACTinn the roota; painful or decayed teeth or roots restored by lllling, building unto naturalshano and color; pinmders lor thin lace*: Oiling teeth. 51)cents: children's teeth regulated; all work warranted; gas administered. Dr. MJCUaM** is. 82 East Fourth near toaoad an J W YO fORK, THURSDAY, AUGPi: SPOHTING-DOG8, BIRDS, &C. P 10 EON MATCH?BETWEEN J. P. UOBERSON, OF 1 Brooklyn, and John H. Outwater, of New Jersey. Ht J 25ttirds, 21 yard* riae and HO yar.'s boundary. will take t nlace at the Seeaucus track, mi Saturday. Auifimt8, 1871. t Tho S o'clock train on the Erie Kailroud will stop. s THE Tl'HF. _ _r ] A? TROTTING AT FLEETWOOD PARK, FRIDAY. ! Auirust 7. at 3 o'clock, P. M. A purse of 1100: milo heats.best in 5, in harness; $50 to first, tzu to second , and ?2o to third. E. Curry enters b. m, Gertrude. J A. Bourreit enters b. in. Adilin. Ed. t ry enters eh. g. Buyside. 1 P. Maura enters ch ni. Pecurious. , 1. W. Olcott enter* br. g. Col' net M. Mc.Nainara en tor* s. e- Mack. A. Patterson enters if. a. Alexis U THE SAMi DAY. A sweepstakes of $-100; mile heats; best three In fire, in harness. C. II. Simmons enters b. (r. Billy Button. F. lA>uns enters b. m. Butcher (lirL C. Peterson enters *. g. Kcudiler. ' K. Mabie enters b. m Miss Drew. SAME DAY. A aweenstakea of MUO-. mite llc.iits' heat three In flvn in harness. 1 P. Munite enter* ch. ft yellow Stone. J. Pawling enters g. g. Tom Wonder. J. M. Alcott enters br. m. Oyp?y Maid. Admission, $L W. II. VAN CO IT, Superintendent. I DEF.RFOOT PAltK TROTTING?FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. I 1874. Purse and stake of $.W). James Morrissey's b iu. Miss Morrigsey. John Dulfey'sg. g. Delia nee. J. llorrtgan's b. g. South Brooklyn. 1 P. McOumus's. g. Bin Segars. Thus. Koran's r. m. Gentle Annie. P. Corson's b. g. Virginia Bov. Felix McUee'sb. ni. Maid of Erin. 8AMK DAV?Match for $I0J. 1 Charles Cooper'* b. in. LinlmeuL I O. McCne's blk. in. Nonesuch. Admission 60c. WM. McMAHON, Proprietor. OARA1OGA RACKS. O SECOND MEETING. Saturday, August 8. Tuesday, August 11. i liuroduy, August 13. baiurdnv, August 18. Tuesday. August IS. (Extra Day) Wednesday, Ausust 19. Thursday, August 20. W. R. TRAVhR^, President. J SO. MORRUSSEY, Lessee. C. WnnATLY, Secretary. POOLS SOLD Tills AFTERNOON AT JOHNSON'S, >o. 1,187 Broadway, corner ol Twenty-eighth street, on the trots at Bullalo; also this evening on the 2 :_0 race. T. B. JOHNSON. ~ HOUSES, CARRIAGES, &C. A GREAT SPECIAL ANU PERKMPTORY SALE HY PUBLIC AUCTIO.N, OP KINK HORSES, CAR RIAGES, HAKNE.-S, AC., AC., THIS DAY, THURSDAY AUGUST 6, AT 10 O'CLOCK, SHARP, AT PRIVATE ST A IU. E NO. 22 WEST THIRTY-SECOND STREET, BliTWEEN FIFTH AVENUE AND BROADWAY, consisting of the entire establishment of O. H. Tavlor, Esq., who, on account of declining health, leaves tor tlio Continent on Saturday, and will offer, without any reservation, his valuable and blooded Horses and all Equipments, to be positively sold to the highest bidder, as follows A beautiful blood bay team of Hambletonlan Geldings, bands, 6 and 7 years old. closely mated: raised by Mr. Tborne, ot Dutchess county, and sired by Volunteer; are elegnntfind graceful movers: are high beaded, with plenty ot knee action: do not pull an ounce ; need no checks and wear no boots; have tine muscular limbs and strong, tine feet, and can beat 3 minutes together and one can beat 2:15 they are as perfect and reliable a team as stand in the .-tate. and are warranted souud and kind, and uro. suitable for either road or carriage work. J he handsome and fast black Mare LADY STEELE, 15J? hands and 7 years old; one of the fastest young mnres in the city; was raised in Kentucky ana slrea cy Willi Waxner; 8ne is hall sister to tho celebrated mare Lydla lhompson; was never trained on track but one season, when she made her record oi 1at Lonlsville two years ago. in a race tor ft-year-olds owned In the county; was purchased soon alter by Mr. Taylor, who held his watch on her a halt mile in 1:16; she has since been used on ro ut and con beat 2:<0 to wagon, and her owner is confident she can bear 2:30 with but little training: she is a pcrlect beauty and very docile; can be driven by it child; rarely breaks; is, without doubt, one ot the fastest and most perfect creatures to be found; she is warranted sound and kind, go</rl and true. Fast and stylish chestnut Goiddust trotter DUPLEX, 15hands, H years old- bred by James J,awton, near liexiiiKinn, ICy.: is one of the finest tired trotters in the country; lias great style und action; is (earless ana prompt; can always beat 2:<H) either singly or to pole; has long, arched neck, clean. Hne liinhs, an 1 can trot lft miles an hour and as gentleman's roadster is second to none: warranted sound and kind. Also the nicest little black Ethan Allen Mare In the State, hands and 7 years old: is a perfect model 01 grace and beauty; has been used by children to pony phaeton and can beat 2:40 to wagon. and Is warranted sound and kind. ALso one l.andaulet, one four-sent Park Phaeton, light top ffnon, pole and shafts: one Pony Phaeton, one Trotting Wagon, one set double and two sets single Harness, Blankets, Sad He and Hrinie, Stable Utensils, Ac . Ac Rale positive, without regard to weather. A full warrautee on all horses. Stock can be examined at all times at stable. Catalozues can be lia I at stable, also at office of Auctioneer, at No. 3 Neilson place (or 22ft Mercer street). CUAs. u. DUKF. Auctioneer. Auction house of arch. Johnston (late Johnston k Van Taosell), ? the hor?e auction branch of our house 3 id removed to the si'a< ious premised h 19 to 28 thirteenth ntr et. ? neak umvkrsity place. 2 rales of horses and carriages are held * evkry tuesday and friday. at 10 o'clock. 1-5 Vhn Knvlr.flB wtM ho nnn, 1 Hntmd An nwolutv tlin same strict and honorable principles which have ? always characterised the dealing of our house and a won the reaped ami confidence ot the bnsinosa cum < niunity as well as the public at large. IHL STAMP OK OUK HOUSE 18 RELIABILITY UCTION HOUSE OK VAN TASSELL ft KKAKNEY, 110 AND 112 EAriT THIRTEENTH STREET. TWO ELEGANT TEAMS BAY HORSES, TEAM WELL RRED CLOSELY MATCHED BAY Horses, 15hands high. 8 years old: kind and true In all huntcss; tree from vice or trick; can ho driven by a lady: arc a superior team tor ventleiiiuu'g road use ; extra line drivers, and wurrantcd sound. . Also A VERY STYLISH AND HANDSOME TEAM BAY Horses, 15J< hands high. 7 and 8 years old: kind and true in all harness; tree from vice or fault: one ot the most desirable family carriage teams In the city; in everv wav safe am! reliable, and warranted sound. Also set gold mounted Harness, made by Millings, and IANDAULET, I.N PERFECT ORDER, UY J. B. Browster A Co. Al! the above are on exhibition and at private sale until Friday, at 11 o'clock, when, if not disposed oi, Will bu sold at auction to the hiuhest bidder bv VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY, 214 East Ninth street, near Third avenue, and 9ti East Thirteenth street, near Hroadway. A GENTLEMAN'S KOAD TURNOUT, AN EXCELLENT CHESTNUT SORREL nAMBLETONIAN MARK, raited bv Mr. Mills, ot Oranue county, N. Y.; very handsomelv formed; 15'i hands, a years: kind and true in nil harness: free from vice; has trotted In ;i:41: can trot better thau S minutes; has novice or trick; can he driven by any one: no road too long lor her: is a verv reliable llorai: lor rood or family use; warranted sound, together with TOP SIDE BAR ROAD WAGON, BREWSTER OK BROOME 8TKKKT. fief of Harness by Dutiscomb, Ac., Ac. AT AUCTION TO-MORROW, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.. BY VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY AT THE TEMPORARY nORSK AND CARRIAGE MART, % PAST THIRTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN KOURTU AVENUE AND BROADWAY. A PEW HORSES JUST FROM THE COUNTRY.? ONE RR H >T 6, 1874.?WITH SUPPLI HOMES, CARRIAGES, AC> POR HAI.K?GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT, COMPLETE: " (inrw w.irrautcj sound un<l Kind; top Htieifv una larness, nearlv new; sold separately mid low , also a t op Pouy Phaeton. Call at private stable 33 tast Twelfth I treet rrtOK BALE?A BEAUTIFUL BAY tUKRIAUK HORSB, i L 7 years old. 15 hands 3 India high: elegant driver; I wind in every riupect; in one of the finest horses in the ] :ountry. Apply at U West Forty loiirui street. POR SALE?FOR HALF VALUE, TWO llORVF.S; sound and Kind; fit tor grocer, butcher, truck, < arming. Ac., must be sold; $75, 9125; also Wagon, Uar- t less. SO New Bowery. For halk-a bicj wokk horse, truck and Humes*. separate or together; also a black ('ana- I tian l'ony, young and sound, $J5; must be sold to day. '3 Division street. rpor KALE-a STYLISH bay make, oood STEP- , r per, tit for any tklit use, $130; a ctiunkv grav Pony, it for any use, $6:>; also Wagon and Harness. $35. 13d I'erry street For bale-two one house trucks-, one Hnritc.; two S?tU Harness; mu*t sell, no work. 11Mnth avenue. FOR sale or exciianok-a large live kt -tab1?, with Stock and Loarding norses; rent $45 5fr month; would exchange tor a good Farm, with <tock and crop. This ii> a change seldom offered. Appiy 0 Mr. H. KOI)K.N. 7 Mercer street. For sa r.e or exchangk-a UVKBT stable-, also stock and fixture-; corner of Third and South l-fghth street, Williamsburg, E. D. Inquire U. U. IV ITT Y A co., 10 Nevino street, Brooklyn. Fink black road horse-8 years old, i.ih' hands high, to he sold, with or without Harness and Wagon ; guaranteed to trot In 2 JO or no sale. 611) lilt;nth 1 venue. Harness, saddles. sheets. PETKRr> A CALHOUN COMPANY, 33 Mercer street, near Urand, factory 906 and 908 Broad street, Newark, the largest manufacturers of harness In the world, are offering at retail, at wholesale pric.'s. HarnesH o( every description, from $7 to $250; Saddles, 300 styles, troui S3 to $'.!5; iBrldlea and Martin ales, from :.0c. to $8; W hips, from 10c. t 45; Blankets, 91 M) to $r>; Sheets, Rummer sweats, liar Tips, Nets, and the balance of Howes. Calhoun & Co.'a stock, at cost. HEAKbE, OVAL GLASS, FOR SALE CHEAP.? Apply to JAMES GONNOUD. S40 West Forty-second street. ONE SIX-SEAT WOOD BROS. PARK PHAETON, one Coupe, one Landah, top and oi-en Ponv Phaetons ot all styles; 10 top and open Road Wagons, bv Brewster, Stivers. Dusenbury and other city makers; one Sulky, one Skeleton Wagon, Depot Wagons, Rockaways, Coupe Rockuways; tour-seat Park Phaeton, by Brewster; top and open Express Wagons, single and double Harness. Sheets. Nets. Ac. WM. H. GRAY, 20 and 22 Woostcr street "pOAD HORSES FOR SALE VERY IOW,?ONE XV Team and one single Horse; two Buggies, ono Phaeton, Harness, sleigh, Ac., at 110 South Fourth street, Williamsburg. SKCOND HAND CARRIAGES (BARGAINS!,?TWO Coupes, Victoria. Dog Cart, Coupe Rockaway, Pony Phaeton, Depot Wagon, several Hug-des, and Rockaway a and other slightly soiled Carriages. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 834 Broadway. QTABLE WANTED-TO BUY OR LEASE; SIX OR O eight stalls; coachman's apartments; between Eighth and Twentiath streets and Second and Eighth avenues. Apply at 213 Front street mo PAY STORAGE.?MUST BE SOLD. PARK PHAE jl ion. i'ok >.art 41 it -1 no-ioo nu^gy. >su anu lnuno an offer, at BaiLKV's stable, 229 West Fortieth street Wf ANTKD?A. BAY OB BLACK HORSK, ABOUT 18 tt hands. 6 or 7 yearn, to une with roupe; must be sound aud kind. Address box 141 Herald ofliee. WANTED?A SECOND HAND CABRIOLET OR Victoria; roust be nearly new, (food maker and have Dole and shafts. Address, with price, Ac., EDWARD, Hernia I'ptown Branch oflico. IVTANTRII-A GOOD SINGLE LIGHT COUPE HAR ?* ness in cxehanirc for a set of good doubie carriage Harness. Call on Mr. GOODALL, 804 West Iweutyfourtti street (J? A e?$75.?TWO GOOD WORK HORHKS, SUITABLE lor any business; Hound and kind; top Wagon, 940; Butcher Cart and Harness, #40; must sell this week. 139 West Seventeenth street EOR A NICE CREAM COLORED MARE, 15tf pU?J hands, B venrs, warranted sound, good worker and traveller; f45 tor a pood work horse Wagon; die:;).. Keed store, corner Seventh avenue and Sixteenth street (J. I ?STYLISH RAY MORSE, 9 YE A US, 15 jplZi'J. hands, sound, kind, genteel for lady; lair trial given; It' not as represented money returned. 418 Eighth avenue, corner rtiirtv-lirst utrett. (tOnn FOR A BRKW8TER TROTTING WAGON, 140 pounus, sidebar. latest style, hardly colled, with a splendid single track llnrnesH. Inquire of owner, at Moore's stables. Nog. 226 aud 228 bixih street, near Bowery. FOH NAiiki. ?FOR SALE, COAL AND WOOD YARD; SPLENDID . location: doing au excellent business; Horses, Wagons anil Stock at lair valuation; rare ciiancc. M ALON li'S Store Agency, 121 Nassau street. A -KOR sale, COAL YARD8, CORNER DRUG f-tores, corner Grocery Stores, Tea Stores, corner Liquor ntore?, Ke-'aMranM, Hotels * Oourftry Hotels, Roadside Howls, Confectioneries, Fruit .stores, Cigar Suites, Bakeries: prices to suit all; term* easy. MITC'hkllv- Store Agency, 77 (Jedar street IjVJR SALE?A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR ' Store, tti Brooklyn, near Hamilton ferry, with lease; low rent; cheap. Inciulro Of UOTTSCU BROS., Import ers, 1M limine street, Pi. Y. For sale?in a good location, the old Grocery, with l eas,- of the house 76 ( arniino street. For sale?the stock and kixturks or bar and Restaurant 927 Broadway: ulso a lot of Bedroom furniture, lnuun-e on the promises. Foil SALE-ONE OF THE OLDK.ST AND RIO ST Orocery nnd Liquor Btorcsdown town, with a prod Stock on hand. Don't miss this chance. Price $l,fiud. Inquire oil'. SIMPSON, 78 .Nassau street. For sale?a wine. uqvoi and lager beer t'aloon. Apply at tt)9 Spring street TilOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR r Store (choice stock) in the seventh want; lone established ; price $2,61*). See my agent P. <jA1T:<KY, No. 2c7)? Bowery, until sold. FTOR HALK?PRICE $8f*l, A STATIONERY AND 1 Variety Store; established 20years; sold on account of death ol proprietor. So. 90 Variclt street. T/\OR SALE?ORB AT 8 AC R IK ICI'?LAUNDRY, DOING r a large cash business; good proflts; Lease, Horse and wagon; splendid location; price very cheap. Ap. plv to A. M. KAN.V ING, 23 East Fourth street. T/U'R SALE?A WELL ESTABLISHED BOARDING r House in the vicinity ot Washington Park; 4.) rooms; tull all the year; profits cono per month; ownergolntr to Kurope . everything in first class or.ler; rent $300 per month ; price $7, UOO cash. Address UCsiMiss, Herald office. F10R SALE?A SPLENDID CORNER LIQUOlf RTORK} live vears' lease; licenses paid In rull-. owner m. ' tirlntr. Apply comer of Kodaey street unj Wythe avenue, Brooklyn. & O. 1,10 It SA I.E?FIHST "CLASfl Oil AN CE?MILK AND r Grocery store in a thickly settled neighborhood, selling thr^e to tour cans of milk p?tr day over the counter; reason for selling cannot attend to two businesses. Apply to THOMAS FULL, 101 Monroe street }710R SALE (A BARGAIN) TO PAY A MORTGAGE^! 1 The American Itestnnrant, Hotel and Dining Room House, -'64 Bowery, between Houston and Stanton street*; a uoo<l opportunity to make s first class German hoti-ie. If not sold *t private sale before Friday tne Lease, J-urniture and Hxturea will be sold tot'etner to the liitfhcst bidder. at auction, on Pnday, at 10:30 A. M. Apply on premises, between ID and 2. J""vm HALE CnEAI*~A KHL'IT ASP COLNTKY Produce Stand, No. 7 Country row. West Wnshlnitton Market. Apply to T. U. KKLLY, No*. 2 an J 4 Country row. 1.-10R HALF. OB TO LET?A CUSTOM BOOT AND T Shoe store; easy way to get into business; rent only $15, 78 Carmine street MIBST CLASS BUTT KB AND FISH MARK ET~FOR r kale cheap, on Seventh avenue, near.Twenty.seventh street Inquire ot C. BAUUMAN A CO., 2U Washington street. I1quor" STORE, STOCK AND FIXTURES FOR j .-ale? Cheap, lu u good location. Apply at 324 First avenue. LIQUOR STOKE FOB SALE?DOING SPLENDID business; best thoroughfare in the cltv; opposite the p. ||. It. Company. Inquire at 33 West street (STATIONERY AND VARIETY STORE FOR SALEOn Sixth avenue, (or one ounrter Its value; lurnisheil Booms, ready tor housekeeping: three years' lease; price of ail, S3tU. Inquire of D. BROOKFlKU), 81 Cedar street . OAMPLE ROOM FOR SALE?WITH" LEASE; GOOD ,15 location; satisfactory reasons given. Apply at No. ft Hudson street MAfHIVEB V. "" A" OKAR CUTTING MACHINE, HAND PLANER, Piatlorin Scale, Hooting Engine and Boiler, Portable KniJine, Air Hammer, Air Comnrener. Engines, Boilers ami Pumps. IW4 Water street V. U. sWkooN, / ^unmtable's sale.?the entire atnam o? ty""~Machino and Blacksmith'* Shop, at No*. 76 and 7S NownrK street, liobokcn, N. J., on Saturday, at til a. M. tpOB SAI'K?K BAXTER KNUIN E, EIGHT HORf-H r powor, in complete order; ol*o Laibe*, l'laucr, Drill#, lot ut Kinnll Tool* Ac. ____ !rY 4 WILDK-M Putt ,tTeet MI 8 CBCLAJeKOlJ 8, j yiUUUISTS, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRYMEN AND DEAL.' er* In fine toilet good* are Invited to examine oar large,' choice and elegant assortment of Crown Perfumes, Crown Hair Brashes, Crown Tooth Braihea and Crown Dresaing Comha for the (tall trade. These good* are all made on U>e molt approved principles and in the best manner and are recommendad by the leading dealer* throughout the country a* superior to any others. TTI0M8ON, LAKGDON A CO., Sole Importeri, Nos. 478 and *80 Broadway, Mew York J\ hamlsoine Carriage leam. also a lew worK Horses; warranted wmnil mid kind. Inquire at Ml Canal suoct, corner Washington, A GOOD ROAD HORSE WANTED?OR WOULD BUT it ffontloman'H full turnout, Horse, top Wauon an t Harticas. i'leaso a.lilresb li. S. PORTLAND, Herald office. A MESSENGER BRF.D MARE TO TRADE FOR A tup Pony Phaeton; can trot In 2-."0; lft}? hands, 8 years old; sound and kind. Call ou or adams WILLIAM EDGEKTON, 123 Chamber* street. An elegant britzka, by miner 4 stevens.? Vcrv llKht; good as new; will be told low. M a.id 2i Wooster street. AVFRY FINE GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT?FINK daiiple gray (Messenger) Mnre, lfl'5 hands blffh, 6 years old: warranted sound and kind; Browstcr ont-lialf iprin? top Watfoii; Hue harnen. T. ! :. CORDON, .n os. a and 5 West Thirteenth street * ?HAM. THE OLDEST OA.RRIAOE MANUIAO turer in this city, continues to sell 28 per cont less than Broadway '>r Fmh avenue stores. 1U East Fourth st. A?FOR fALE, THE MOST COMPLETE TURNOUT . in the city; bay Horse, 6 years old, lli>i hands ht?h, hall brother to Ca*tlo Hoy; side bar topWuxon, tfolil mounted Harness; also Pony l'baeton; whole establishme tit has tievn used but a lew times; bor?e rsised in .Victor. Cayuita county . must lie sold this week. Can be seen at No. llti West Tnlrty-nitith street, near Seventh or. A GOOD BARGAIN.?FOR SALE, A NICK BRIGHT bay Horse, 9 years old; warranted sound ami kind ; prirc t)W. Inquire at the southwest corner ot Fortyliluth street and Seventh avenue, New York. A -FOR SALE. THREE HORSES, FROM 70 . $100, fit tor any business; the property of.a widow; trial allow eil; must lie sold. Inquire at IS'-' Crosby sLreet A I FIRST CLASS TOP HIDE BAR ROAD WAGON will be sold at a bargain. Private stable 3o Last Twcltth street Achancb to buy two good rousa Homes, sound and kind; prices $76 and iau. 89 Wooater street. CIHAfl. OBUBB, 141 WEST KROADWAY, HAH ON ) hand, at wholesale or retail, manufactured for "the trade," all kinds of Carriage*, Rockawuys, buggies, Ac., at first, or manufacturer'^ price*. C1ARRIAORS FOR 8ALK?AT THE OLD B8TAB) Hubert manufactory No. 10 NeTina street, Rtooklvn; all sty lea, now and second band; 20 per cent less than New York prices. ILjj. W^TTY k Ot). Depot waoons-park and pony phaetons, lifht Rockaways, Cabriolets, <V>udo Rorkways, family Carriages and llBht Wagons; every description; new and second hand : popular prices. MAN tt'ACTPRKK8' UNION, BiU Broadway. Fink carriaoes-kxceedinomt low phicer; Phaetons, Rocks ways, Budnlrs, Depot Wasons. Kulktes, Coupes, Landauleta, Toil Pony Phaetons and several others, second hand. J. COLYhR A CD., No. 7 Washington place, opposite 714 Broadway. For SALE?or exchange for i.iquors or Cigar*, a beautiful Wlnthrop Morrill Colt; speedy, sound, and safe (or lrfdy to drive. Address EXCHANGE, lferald office. r>OR RAI.K AT A SACRIFICE-THREE HORSES; " price |*> *liw each. Apply at&U Waal kixtoentb atr??4 ERAI SMEOT. ROARUEKH WAITED, I PARI.OB FLOOR, IIANnflOMKI,V PITHNIRHRD, T\ J en-ufe or with or wiihout Board; privuto -I' able if iiriired. those in itearch of an elegant home m t'J i small iinlljf call ut a? Wert Twanly-thtra itract. * 9?1 RA PKR DAY-W PER WKEK AND CPWABDS ( PI 'H' fur flue Room*. with excellent Hoard. fur " amilicii and sin-'le per-on*. 176 Uleeckur alreet, ue?.r Bl Sruadu'ty. Grounds for eroiuet. o 9 OR Til IfcK OENTLKMEV IMN HAVF ROOM, " ~j Hreiiktast and Ten at 137 Washington street, .lertey * Mtv, tw<> Iilo,-iu? irum lorry; private luuiily ; dinucr ?>un- J lay: price $S. _a 2D HTORY ROOMS, Kiev. EXTENSION. TO liEN- . tleninn an>l wife; lir t elass Hoard ; also hall Room, ' >7 per week, lu IW und 1 tf Wavcriey place. ^ 2DE>JTRAnf,K HAM. UOOMS?RL'NNIN'l WATER, [ clivetx, to centli inoii, with Bourd, at tS and $10: one large lrtnd?omelv I'nrnUhcd frout Kooin, to gentle- ^ mull ami wile; rcu-re.io^. '<9 West Thirty-third street 4 WEST TWKVTY.KK0O.VD STREET, PIR9T DOOR y from Filth avenue-?To let, with Rotrd, a hand otne suit of Hooin-i, sepiriieiv or together; also Room* lor ginxlo ircirlemcn. Htl"irnecH?xchan?ed. 4WK^T TWENTY FT iHTH STREET, BETWEEN Broadway and Fifth avenne.? Handsomely furnished Second Hour to let, with Board, in German fatrrlly; a>ho Room ou third Hour; terms iikmIcrute.; relerenco. $n TO IS I'KP. WKRK-FOR r&RjnaHBD ROOMS, <) with Board: families accommodated equally low; hot and cold water In rooms, t: South Waahiugton square, third door from Macdouual street 1f\ WAVKRLY PIjACE, NEAR BROADWAY.?BASEI' * nient. front Rooms: $1?. SM. $lfl and 918 for two u persons with Board ; single Room 97; also table Board r $4; transient people talien. p 1 O WEST TWENTY-SEVENTn STREET.?Fl'R- II I ?-j nished Rooms to let on second floor; also single Rooms, with or without Board; near to restaurant*; i references. J 2 1 O WEST TWENTIETH STREJ T. n lO entire floor* or in ?ult?, with or without private table. i in WI-.ST FOITRTBRNTn RTf.EVT, NFAH FIFTH av* avenue.?Furnished Kooms to let. with or without Board, on first and second lloors, front; als > a single 1 Room. Table Boarders accommodated. Term* mod- J e rate. "1Q EAST THIRTY-SECOND HTRVET.?TO IjET, 3 JO with Board, three handsomely furnished Suits of Rooms: private table it required; references ex- i changed. ' OOD STREET, NO. 45, WEST.?AN ENTIRE SECOND < -j? Floor; also other Rooms, suitable tor families aDd single triMiileuieu, to let, with Board; references given ai d required. OQD STREET, NO. 3(50 WEST.?LARGE FURNISHED Rooms, on second arid third doors, to let, with or without Hoard; also tangle Rooms; good location; house and table tlr,t cla.?s. O'JD STRF.1-T, WF.ST.?IIANDSOMBLY FURNISHED ?iO Rooms io let, with or without Board, on second or third story; every modern convenience; suitable (or gentlemen or gentleman and wile. Call at 118. nOD STREET, 114 EAST.?ELEGANTLY FURNISHED jjO Kooms on fecond and third lloors, with flr-t class Board, suitable lor gentlemen and wives and single gentlemen : references. no WEST TWELFTH STREET, NEAR OTTH AVE??0 nue.?Handsomelv fttntahod Rooms, with first class Board, at summer prices; transient parties accommodated ; references given and ^required. or GRAMEROY PLACE, (152 EAST TWENTIETH 0>J street).?Larae front Room, well Inrnished; good Board for gentleman and wile; also smaller Room for one or two; table board; reasonable prices. 47 Rooms, with Board to gentleman an<1 wife or slnirle gentlemen: table flritt cl??: summer prices; house kept by a Southern lady: reference. 4 7 AND 49 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, BEt: i tweon Fifth and Sixth avenues. ?Newlv una elegantly tarnished suits and single Rooms; private tablo it desired; house first chk*; location unsurpassed; reference*. KA CLINTON PLACE (KIOttTn 8TRKET), NEAR Fifth nvenue.?Large. cool, ulr.v Rooms. $12; $14 ntid $18tor two person*, with first class Board: everv accommodation; table board, $4; references exchanged. 77 HARROW STREET.-HALL ROOM POR OKNI I tleman, wiib Board and comforta of home, $0 per week. m LEXINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY seventh and Twenrv-elghth streets.? Elegant newl.v flni-lied and furnished Rooms, with superior Hoard; ail modern Improvements; home-made food; best references in every resp?"t; prices p-asonahle; I rown s'one house: onlv a few minutes' walk from tho Kifih Avenue and the other lariro and best hotels. ml.El'OY STRFET.-ROOMS To LET. WITH Bosri. to gentleman and wife or single gentle nan. In a private family, where home, comforts may be enjoyed ; lew oiher boarders. Terms mouerate. "I OH CHRYKTIE STREET?LAUOR AND 8MAI.L 7 furnished Rooms to lot to gentlemen, wrth or without Board: table and transient boarders taken at irom $5 to $<! per week. "JO / \ SECOND AVENUE, SOUTHEAST CORN R K IOv" Eighth street?Sumle and double Rooms, front; location cheery ami beautiful; tow miiiutes from broadway; wiili nr without Board. 1 U'iWEST TWK NTY-KIRST STREET.?LARGE, [OO niry Rooms to let, with superior Board, in suits or stngiv, torueutlcmen and their wives or sini^e gentlemen. QAA J<\8T TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET, SOFTII?\J\f east corner ot Third avenue.?Handsomelv furnished Koouis to let, with or without Board ; terms low. PEW PARTIES" CAN ilADE KIRST CLASS*BOARD very reasonably; small priva'e familv; brown stone re-idencc 118 litst Seventy-eighth street; delicrhtlul locatii.n, m ar Central Park una Madison av. cars. A YOUNG WIDOW LADY LIVING UPTOWN TV A hmwii stone houae. handsoinelv furnished. wonld like si.me Kind gentleman to Day one mouth's rent and uike it out in Bonr I. with choice of rooms. Address kKLECT, Heruld Uptown i.rnmli office. BOAKI) AM) IAJIXilNU WAITED, ?WA N'fKD?TWO PARTTALLY Ft'RNISHED tront Rooms (son'liern exposure) by n gentleman, wife an,' itervnnt, with Board fur lady only; nelehliorliood unexceptionable: terms not to exceed $8<i per month. Addrusa i'K I.MAN KNT, Herald Uptown Branch office. Board wanted?by a yi'ltno lady. with a widow inly; no other boarders: references; terms muni be moderate. Address. (or one weeK, with parucu iars, BTUDBNT, oox I2J Herald nt'.tce. Board wawtbd-bt a oimuiaii and in, below Twenty-third street: terms not to exceed $12 per week; private family preferred. Address bacon, Herald office. Board wanted-by a gkntleman and wife (board for the lady only). In a nice, quiet family: fas' *Me preferred between Twettlh and Tliirty-lifJt street*. A l.lre-n >.r*. II. sislHnn P. Opportunities continually for introducina boarder* Send particulars of vacancies, city or country. Headquarters. 7h7 Bmadwuv. boakdkk:-' DIRECTORY, 737 Froadwny. Wan.ED-TWO fu'tMISHED ROOMS. ON SECOND floor, and Hoard, by a gentleman, wife and two I children, with a respectable lainily ol Israelites: neighnorh.iod, between Forty-eighth and t-ixtletb streets. Third and Fourth avenues: references exchanged. AddrcHK BOARD, 22 Walker street, store. WANTKD?TWO PARTIALLY FURNISHED FRONT Rooms (sc ond floor, southern exposure), by trentleman, wife and servant, with Board for lady'onlv: terms no* to exceed $91 per month ; permanent, if suited ; references. Address H. L? Herald Uptown Branch offlce. vitantf!;>?BOARD FOR the WINTER, FROM OCT> w> er. for gentleman and wile; mn?l be first class, with pba^.int rooms, "between Fourteenth and Kortv. second streets Address, with fnli particulars, terms, Ac., F. C., Herald Uptown Branch office. HOTELS. ~ A GKIAT REDUCTION in PRICES ?FRANKFORT .i*. liou^e. cornrr of Frankfort awl William streets; USD cool, light doom*, 26, 30 and 50 centa each; gentlemen ami faniilie.i A?rm itu'8 <newi,v furnished) hotel, m .( iiutliam ntn iit, on block above City Hall.?Fifty limit, cicau itounis at M ccnts per day , $2 iO to S3 pur week. New b.ngt-ani> hotel, 39 bowery, corner Bayard sireot.?200 light Huoitu, ivutly furnished, 4iv. to sue. per night, 92 to (3 per week; tor gentlemen only. COUNTRY BOARD. Arches imace, dobrs ferry, n. y.?a few llooins t ilet, by the week or tl?c rest ot who season ; tanle llr* eli-s; reterunces exchanged. Addresa U K.. Archer place, Uobbs Kerry, N. Y. AT RKRflEN POINT, N. J.?TWO ORNTI,RMKN OR lady anrf gentleman can hp accomodated with Bnnrd in n private laimly; boating. bathing, fishing, Ac., plenty ; tfrct las board : healthy location ; moderate tcruis. For piimcilurs cad at 57 (.lortlandt street. In utoro. l'Attiy or .-ix ok kii;iir can f/no good Board at the Glen Farm House, one mile troin Bp ring Valley depot, liookland countv ; ono hour by roll; extraordinarily healthy ; shade, boating, bathing; pure milk and tri-h egps. for particular* address J. A. G., box New Vorx I'oaf office. Boari'jno *t farm house, nkarcroton dam? Go.>d boating and flnhlng; plenty of sh^de, fruit. An.; hoard r. aomaule. Apply to CliAKLES V. 11ABT, 171 nitdn street. CIOUNTIIY BOARD-AMONO CAT8KIM, MOON) tain*, south ol Halcnsvllle; pleasant drives; plenty of shade neiir hr. a treat stream by the hooae: good plain table; plenty or tuilk and vegetables; (7 per week. MILTON CRAPriER, QptrryvtUe. I! later county. W. T. ClOtTNTRY BOARD-IT A FARM HOUSR SO MILES ) from i'lty on Erie >Rntlroad; three minutes'walk I'rom stauon : house. nicely located; abundance of shade, line lan o rooms; tor a lew ?ood hoaadtrs (food accom inflations mav be had. For particulars inquire at coal ofllce 48* HtXtD aw'tine. CIOOU OOUN i HY B' ARD-AT^BRIDUKUAMI'TON, J L. 1 : plenty ot shade, food Ma bathing, Ac.; ran accommodate a team oi horses. Address ThKODORK Hl;.R8oN, Hrtdgelimnplon, 1.. I. KE'.NWIl'll, CONS.-riRfiT CLASS BOARD AT A VjT beautiful r?al lenee: farae, airy roomv line shade; wide p.'azza*; perectiy hcal'hy, no mosquitoes; 10 minuted' url\e from Ooscob station; on* hour irom New York; acconvnodnlloii lor Uorsea. Address liOLLEY FARM.Ureeuw k-h^ onn. GOOD 0<?rNTRY HOARD?AT K FARM HOUSE, Summit. N. .1.: term* moderate. For particulars apply to ?J. UADukN, No. VU Dimim streak , ,D. PRICE FOUR CENTS. COVHTRT BOARD. fOUNIAIN IJOUHE.?EIGHT MOKK ROOMS TO BR >1 <><vuj>i>'<i. $K to $1!) per week; tfood Hoard. V urler particulars apply to J- DALE V, RockUud Lake, \NE Of TWO FAMILIES OAK BE ACCOMMODATED ) Willi ;t ,?ri in u lure* modern larrn hou*e, pleasally MiiiLtt <1 at liutonuh, on Harlem road, P. hours' mil oltv. For parti nl irs imply to A.. 81 Water street, here view <>i houst- mid grounds can t>? seeu. JAifAro.!\ spufv, MR-IT CLASS IHItKB, AT ' mo.li r.tie uncos, in ji.o of ttie m<>s: de'l.lble localllaSntbe village. Address It. CU I'KCHIuL, haraU** print:*. [lTANTKIl?"lOOll KaKM HOUSE BOARD KOR PIVB *? '<t ill - a. '1 two lu. :r?n, wil H and ft; term* roust e rnasou.tMe \iMre??. >*itli lull particulars as to atra lion, mean* of i-o iiinuiiu atiou, number of other oarden, 1 in Me.,.? Ho. W eiwt SUty-ttriUfc nrANTKD?rnrSTRY HOARD. K iR OEMTLEMAJT ? ? and wife. wittiin u m lei .| New York ; pricc not to ?..e.*?u *li! ,'?J ,,1,1,111; >e.* m1? preferred. Addresa filiTh. 0 x I-?i Herald Lptown Uraucti office. SUMMER KKiO R'l'M, ^ ?HOTEI. KhNlMOKh. ( OOPKRSTOWN, Otsego county. N. Y.t is 11 en lor u'ues j. Hoard 4I per lay. A liberal .irr.uixciuviu made w tn permanent families and travelline agents. JAMhS BU.SYAN, i'roprictor. i T MORRI8TOWN, N. J.-GRAND VIEW HOUSE, (X. delightfully situated on the Wittnont.' Mountain, 15 ninutea' drive troiu depot; location unsurpassed tor lurity o/ii tmo.sphfrt'. L>lcturcsi|ue driveaand ull tea aw ructions of country livinit; excellent stabling. Apply ,t 4S Hlth avenue or ou premises. [JRIGHTON HOUSE, ON THE BEACH AT PERTH L> Amboy, N. J. ?Vine trains t>v Whitehall street; far? sc.; ground*. lawns, truit tiee<; all popular amuseueuts; $fl to <13 per week. H. U. KKK I-. Pi onrletof. "10ZZEN8' WEST POINT HOTEL j is now open. edward c0zzen8, Proprietor. fruiii.kswoot) pai:k hot;:l, on THii shore a* U Perth AmboV. N. J. ?SW acres of aroves. lawns. [ymnaslain and all ih? amusement*; 11 rst class family iole.1; let to $12; nine train* by Whitehall street; fare. 15cents. Mrs. P. V. KK.vr, Proprletraw. GREGORY HOUSR, LAKE MA HOP AC!. N. V. July 31,M4.? Klegunt In its appointments and lo? caled on one ol the Duett iukes iu the world The health oi the place is perfect in every particular, and there *r? no mosquitoes. The hou->e will be kept open this yeal until September 'JO. Special rates made to families wishing to remain until the end ot the season. All veg* tables, milk and cream from the large (arm connected with the hotel. Yachting, boating, Usliing, driving, bowling and billiard* mu?ic and hops every inorninf and evening. Pour traius daily, via liarlem Railroad. S. E. CRITTENDEN. ORIENT POINT HOU.-E, ORIENT POINT. L. I., now open, situated on the extreme end of Long Island, fronting oil the Sound and Gardiner's Buy. lmme* diately on the water. Splendid -oj bathing, driving and sailing; llshlng unsurpus.ed. Reached by Longlsland Railroad from James slip; also per steamer W. W. Ooit, from foot of Wall street. Send for circular. Terms reasonable. H. B. PAK8UN8. Riverside hocsf:. carmansville on the Hudson.?The coolest, healthiost, most accessible and cheapest Hotel; 4u minutes, I'rotu the Batterv via l.levatcd and Hudson River railroads to foot of Uttil street O. DUNCALK. Proprietor. . OOUTH SIDE HOTr:is AMITYVILLE, L. L, OYER. kJ looking the Great South Bay; terms from $12 to SIS per week. Mrs. Ii. C. KJNij k SON. Proprietor* CJEVKN SPRINGS MOl'NTAIN HOUSE, MONROR, O Orango county, N. Y.? One and a half hours from New York. No mosquitoes or aaue. E. E. VA.ILL A CO. lj|7"EST END HOTEL, FORT WASHINGTON, OPPi>V> site the Palisades?la all Its appointments first clans: located on a cbaily knoll, trlvuig charming views ot tlio Hudson Kiver. aud convenient to all business cenirei bv trains to I nirrietli street and Elevated Hallway to Bowling Urcen; private stabling. _ . CHARLHS H. SHELLBT. > PROPOSALS for WROUGHT AND CAST TRON WORK lor the LIBRARY OF TUB .NEW STATU DEPARTMENT. Orncf or SorKRvisiwa Aacnirtci, j Treasury Drr*rmknt, Washington, D. (X, July 2t, 18/4. I Scaled proposals will I Hi received at this office until 13 M. of tlic 14th dnv of August, IH74, lor furnishing delivering, tltting and putting In place the wrought and cant iron work required tor the Library ot the New state Depart* mint Copies of the drawings and specifications may be had on application at this office. All scall'oldtog required by ilic contractors to pat the work in place will be turnUheri by the Ucoartment free of chaw, but will be erected by the contractor.*. Proposals will be ma le tor ttiu whale worn complete as shown on drawiu^ ana described In specification. The whole of the work mu-t be completed within 1001 months Iroin date of acceptance of the rroDosal. Payments will be made monthly, deducting 10 pel cent, until the comp;elion ot the contract. All bids must he accompanied by n penal bond of tw? responsible persons, in ihe miui of twentv-tive thousand itiiilMrn iiiui n - unmvi niiimti-iiiaiiii i?-uunu the contract, if awarded him.tlie utHcirn-y of the security to l>e certified by the t'nited Hates Jjidge, Clerk or the United -tatos (win, or the District Attorney oi liie District wherein the bidder resides. The Department reserve* the ri^lit to reject any or alt bid* ific be deemed lor the interest ol the government to do so. Hrery bid input be made on the prmtel form to be obtained at Mils office, Ami must conform in evorv respect ti the reouireoieiits ot this adverusumeu., or it will not be considered. Proposals will not be received from parties who are not themselves cnca.;ed in thu manufacture of cast iron work, and who have not the neccwtary facilities tor geliinc out the work. All bid* must be enclosed in a sealed envelope, en dor>ed "Proposals (or Wrou.-tu and t'as. iron Work of Library, New Stale Department, Washington, 1). 0.," and addressed to a. b. MULLEfl', istiliervisuiif Architect. TJROPOSALS FOR GRANITE FOR THK CENTENNIAJi X bull lings.?Proposals will be received until the 15th ot Ai Kust, lor turnlsliInK and delivering on the wharf at Philadelphia, the itran.ie eut re saly to set ior '.lie supers ru< true ot the Ceu ennial rtiillJin.-s, the whole t> be delivered in eleven month*, arid to be of sruiute ihat will harmonize with ?ir^ritnu irramie. Plans and necessary informa ion can be obtained at iny oliicv, ledger Build* iuu. Philadelphia. K. J. DOHUIN.S, Contractor, Sale and kkmoval ok pumtk.ntiary or VIKUI.NlA. The undersigned, appointed commissioners for tb* purpose by an net 01 tha Lienral Assembly approved April .10, 1874. will receive sealed proposals, to be opeued at li o'clock M. on lliur -day, the lflt day ot ilctober, 1-74. lor the purchase and removal of the Penitentiary ot Virginia. The following are the provisions of the act, to Which the proposals must conform 'J. These commissioners shall advertise for proposal* for the purchase of the lanl and buildings, and the removal of the buildings and the inmates ttvsome point not less than five miles trom the corporate Untlu oi ihe city of Hiehinond; said proposils to stipulate for the suitable bti'lfmirs for tho proi>er accommodation am employment ot the prisoners, the erection of the machinery, and all the tueaiix una appimncs-s are nccessary to secure all me facilities (or ilir operations of ilie Penitentiary to tli? same extent a? ttl'\\ at preaon: exist in tlic Siate Penltentiarv; and provided further, tliat no proposal shnll be accepted which involves (no Htate in any ex pen so over and above I lie proceed* ol the eaie of the land and building* now used for and connccted witli tlie Pcniteutiarv. "J. PrnpoiaU for tlw removal mnst be enforced on the envelope* "Proposals lor Kemovinc the 8tat? Penitentiary." and should be accompanied witfc and include n map o( the grounds, nnd plsns, drawing and specification* tor the buildings to be tarnished in place 01 !))? < at present occupied ; una no proposition i-hail he accepted un'ess approved of by tlie comuv* loners ami ra titled by the Legislature at its next ses sion." 1'roposnls should be addressed to the undersigned, at KiCUUlond. JAM US L. KEMPER, R. K. WITHER", MAKSUALL HANGER. UlA.rIJFFICE^. * AT ?) NASSAU STREET, HETWKtN FULTON ANI> John streets. ? Advances niaile, to any amount, on Life Policies, Kerch it. lise, Diamonds, Wiitches, Jewelry, Pianos. Ac. Ni Vv M A> Lt'.nl'OLD, 8> Nassau street. AT WOLK k BROTHERS', P? RROAPWAY, br. tweeu Nin? teen'.h and Twentieth streets, money lonned on l'ian?.iiid*, Watcri**. Jewe.ry, Silver Ware, Silks, particularly Pianos, business oontldeniiaL Los renores Hablan Hapanol. AT JOHNSON'S. CORNER BOWBRV AND 8PRTNO street?Money loaned oh Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, silverware Sdks, I.ace? shawls. kc., or tha same bought. Kcst extensive*establishment In tne country. Private p triors tor ladioa. Goods for sale at wcrlflcc* to pay udvanres. ___ Ajtmiui ah ur i n;rc.?jtx's" o? in amomiih. Watches, Je.weis, silver. India Shawl*, Silks, Lac*, Valnulili's k<\ ilie u'most va iis loaned. or will buy. E?UbIi<tiert ItiM. .1 H. i< A It IM1 h It, 7J3 lircmil way. C1ATSKJLL MOUNTAINS. ? WHITB SULPHUR ). springs House is now o,>en; lerms $S per week. Kelerene.e?George U I>lo.?v, S6 Nassau street; Tlenry Rosenheim, 4,M Hroildway. f<?w York; or audrcas W. N. LEN.NON, Proprietor, Cairo, Greene cuiMMVyN. Y. MONEY LOA.NTD?ON DIAMONDS,. WATCHES AND Jewelry, at i>. ABRAH/> M'*, ? Chatham street ami 2J North Willi .in itfeet. The highest prrce paid for old Oold ami Mlvei\ Kboioman.no. i park rovt opposite as. > tor Moon.?Money loan?d on Watchc* avid Diamonds; same bought anil .' hid: unredeemed loana in Watrhe* and Diamond* to pay advance*. QQ NASSAU HTRBKT, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.? Ou Liberal advance* made on Diamonds, Watrhe*. jewelry and all kind* o< Merchandise. The same bouuht and sold. Koom I. ItAYMAN LEOPOLD. QIO BROADWAY (REMOVKO FROM #18)-OLDRUT 'lO establishment.?Mouej^ndvanced on diamonds watchc*,jewelry, laces, Ac. fame bought and told. A. C. llERTg. 1 14-^ BROADWAY, BETWKEN TWENTY-SIXTH A.lTt/ and Twen'o'-aeventh street*.? Money loaned on Diamood*. Watches, Jewnlry, Silverware, Silks, rlnnoa, 4c.; same bought aud told; parlor lor ladies; busmen* conOUeatlal, g, KIRUNKI. WINKS, l.??|IOH?, AC." "IT" ENTUCKY WHISK BY, 8 TO lif VBA118 OLD. COOJX. nac, Peach and Apple Hrandy. Clarets, Champagnes, sparkling Copnan; absolutely pore liquors oolyi oie agent* tor the npantah merries or Oorman A Oo., of London. QBO. R H. uRAY A OO., Mo. ? Part row. WASTED TO Pt'KI WAgH. " 0OAL YARD WANTBD-HY CA?H~ PCEOnASBMj price mait oe low Address, with particular*. 00aL TABU, llerald Uptown branch ?Boe.