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WHOLE NO. 13,864.
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v # lfiTintwKWTS? 3EOOHP Paub?Fourth and fifth col?8x801-00*?S*cowd
Pao??Fir*t column.
ILMARDS?Sbcord PaOB?Third column.
boarders wanted?hikst fauk?Fiitb column.
BOARD AND LODUI.NO WANTED-Filial I'Aut-Slxth
column.
brook I.YN BOARD?First PifiK?Sixth colamn.
brooklyn REAL Iv l ATK KoR sALE-Bkcond Pace?
First oolumn.
BUSINESS OPPOItTUNITIES-sixth Paor.
business notices?Pi mi PAGis-sixth column.
CITY REAL KSTaI'E FOR SALE?Shcond P*(.n-Flrst
colamn.
clkrkb and salesmen?Skvknth PAmt-Tliird
column.
COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?Skvmth FAuit-Third
column.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?Skvknth fAcx-Hiith column.
COPARTNERSHIPS?Sixth Pack.
COfJNTKY BOARD?Fibst PAtiic-Slxth column
DENTISTRY?Sim'ond Pauk?Thiril column
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNISHED AND UN
fuknisllisu?SECOND Park? second column.
BUROPKAN STKAMSHIPS?Slvkkth 1'auk? Fourth and
fltth columns.
?UROFK?First Page?Second column.
XXCURSIOVS?seventh PAUK?Sixth column.
FINANCIAL?Sixth Paok.
FOR SALE?hmomi Paok?Third column.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Paob? Second column.
SURNITURK?.Second Park?First column.
ELP WANTED?FEMALES?tiEVKNtu I'AGE-Second
and Third columnn.
HELP WANTKD?MALES?S'evkntu Paoe?Third and
fourth coluhiua
horses, CARRIAGES. AC.-Fibst pauk-Tbinl and
fourth column*.
IIOTHLS?First Park? Sixth column. , .
HOUSES. ROOMS, AC., W a.NTKU?Second Pacb?Third
' column.
INSTRUCTION?First Park?Second cohimn.
LECTURE SEASON?Second Paok?f ourth column.
LOAN uFFiCKS?First > ?<)*?Second cotumu.
LOST AS I) FOl'ND?Fiust Pace?First column.
MAOHINKRY?Srco.mii Park?Third column.
XaRRLE MANTELS?Seventh Park?Fourth column.
MEDICAL?Skcond Park?Third column
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?tenth page?
Fifth and sixth column*.
MUSICAL?second Pare?Fourth column.
MEW PUBLICATIONS?Firrii Pare?.sixth column.
PERSONAL?Fiu.st Page?First column.
PIANOFORTES, ORUANS. AC.? Second Page? Fourth
column.
PROPOSALS?First Paok?Second cohimn.
PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED? FEMALE6?
Sevknth Page?Second column.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?Second Park?First column.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCUANUE?Sboomd Paok-First
column.
RBWARDs?First Page?First column
SALES AT AUCTION?Fibst Pag*?Fourth and filth
column.
v SITUATIONS WANTED?FI!MALE8?6atenth Pace?
first, and second columns.
SITU ATIONS WANTED?MALES?Sbvknth PAGE?
Third column. .. . .
SPECIAL NOTICES?First Page?First and second coVomns.
PORTINO?DOUS, BIRDS, AC?First Page?Third
column.
BUMMER RESORTS?First Pagf?SItUi cnlnmn
THE TRADES?Seventh Paue?Third column.
THE TURK? Fihht Page?Third column.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?8*ooki> page?
Soooixl column.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?Sxvumt Pao*?Filth and sixth
columns.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS" AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
Second Page?Second and third column.
WANTED TO PITROHA ?First Pauk?Sixth column
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?Second Page?First column.
WIVES, LIUt'OKS, AC.?Skibntu Pack?Sixth column.
VACHTS, STEAMBOATS, AC.? t'mar 1'aue?Second column.
PA1US AGENCY OF TIIK NEW IORK
ilERAI.l).
jyjEHSRS. KREMER A CO, AMERICAN REGISTER,
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED PARLS AGENTS FOR THE
MEW YORK HERALD. THEY WILL SUPPLY DEALERS
WITH COPIES OP THE HERALD, AND ALSO
SINGLE NUMBERS OF THIS PAPER, TO PARTIES
REQUIRING THKJf.
PBUNUNAL.
A BEAUTIFUL INFANT FOR ADOPTION.-CALL
at (he private Lyiim In Institute, I2U West Twenty-sixth
street, neat Sixth avenue.
BILLY-FOR GOD'S SAKE COMlTT<7ToUIt"~
ETTA.
?pOUND THE BEESWAX, AND MELTED 1IT
ARRY-WILL MEET YOU ON SATURDAY EVENlug
at H o'clock, .-ami' place. B. B. B.
1" N FORMATION WANTED-OF .IKKKMIAM O'HRIBN,
who left home on Saturday afternoon and has not
unce been seen or heard ol. On leaving home had 011
bine overalls, pants, canton tlannol drawers, while I
shirt, Kray undershirt, black vest, balmnral shoes and
. hlack lelt hat; heiKhL 5 leet 6 inches; hulr brown, mixed
* with (rray; tali whiskers, with exoention of chin ?mi I
upper lip; aire about 65 years. Any person giving in'nr nation
of liira will be suitably rewarded by applying at
144 Cherry street, New York city.
Ip ROBERT HAWKINS OR ANN HAWKINS OR HARnettFort,
who crime to this country from Hawkhursi,
Kent, Englanu, will write to their brother, JOHN PORT
In care ot Mr. T.. G. George, West Troy, N. Y., tlioy will
couler a great tavor.
ONES (THOMAS)?BOft.V IN NEWPOBT, SOUTH
Wule?, genu your address to your niece.
UAYToN, Herald uptown Branch office.
B?Willi' K1NI) NOTE." APPOINTING INTER
Ticw, at Herald Uptown Brunch office. (>. s.
UPIII'H LETTERS regElVKDTWILL ADVISE
my darling Of any change ; Wish I could write.
Mrs. blantoiard will pleasf. meet mk tor".
ner Twenty-elglith street and Sixth avenue this
afternoon at three o'clock.
MRS. MOSES P. MARK (FORMERLY MISS CARRIE
Moore)?Why have von not sent vour address !
? rrne lady in ooupe. who recognized oen" !
I. tlemen in wagon at l wonty-socond street and Broad- 1
way. address, if agreeable, box l4fi Herald office.
If" rPEN NESS lit;?WILL MKET TOV AT 8 O'CLOCK.
X this evening, at Brondway and Ihiriy second street.
a. htql
EDNKKDAY. p. M., FIFTH AVENUE HTAOE, ATterwurd
Thirty-third street, ne.ir ? avenue?If
the lady would like to make acquaintance ot the gentleman
she left abruptly she can do so by addrejulug F. L.
MAURICE, New York Host office.
LOffI A\l> TUCMD.
OUND?IN A CAR ON THE ERIK RAILROAD, A
package ol Money, which the owner can ohtuin at
the sale Deposit Company ot New York. 140 Broadway, j
on describing property and paying expenses ot adrer- i
tiaing.
rUND?SUNDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 2. GOLD
Watch and Chain. The owner can have the. sume,
? hj proving proriertv and paving cost, from the proprietor
oi Centra' I'urk Garden. F. KOCH.
IjlOlND-A SUM OF MONEY. ON TW F.NTIETn
1 street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. 1 he i
, . jnonev will be retnr?ei) to $hc ?wuer by calling at 1!W
? Eighth avenue and proving property.
Y OHT-ON wednesday. MULL LINEN bag of
? . nn uvi tiiui: cjcrin iu (inner, rioiier
will bo rewarded.
THOMAS D. ROBIN .-ON, 21) Nassau street.
S "I OST-A. WRITTKN BONO OK THK ORE EN FOND
XJ Railroad Company lor $4iJ.OOI, dated July 1, 187*.
AU personn arc htribjr warned against buyinit'or ncuo
tUUiiK the Mime. WALTER LAWTON,
Prei. O. P. K. It. Co.
T OST.?A OBNTLfcMAN'H LOCKET, ENORAVKD
Jj with letter "W." and containing a lady's picture.
A liberal reward will lie paid tor iw return to JAMEs V.
4 WELLS A CO.. Ott Cedar street.
MWAROk.
,Q||n REWARD.?IF THK UENTLEMAN WHO
q51u found a black and tan Hint at Woudlawn August
' # will return her to owner. <?. H. WILSON, Woodlawn
, Hotel, he will receive '.lie above reward and thanks ol
the owner.
' <fc7 ? reward will bb paid fob the return
I tJ to I). Egfcrti1 Sons, 74 Wall street. ol an old
Gold Waioh and I'hain, Robert Roskell, No. 42,375, lost at
-tfee railroad depot, Saratoga, on Thursday, evening,
July Last call.
#inn REWARD AND NO qrESTlONB ASKED? 1
?1UU For return of Oold Watch No. 3.Mi'8, R. K.
<5owderov, maker, London, anil Chain, taken from statesoom
No. t>4 steamer M. J >hn, on Monday night, J.ily 2). .
Address ST. _JO IIN, Herald offlce.
A REWARD TO PAWNBROKERS AND OTHERS ? I
Literal reward will be paid and no uuestions
asked tor the return -it' the lollowinK RltJirs, taken !
from the promises of 79 West Eleventh street, on Thur?day
morning last:?One cluster Diamond, one Ri.ir?r.i I
? ?> rliaix'd Gold ttud ono plain Uold. Addrcxt 78 West
Klr-vrnth MTaet.
1JKWAXD OK |76 r*MI> ANSliO Q U KHTION8 ASKKD
JI for return Vfjreen father linn, iimrkcd L. s A
k wiflto contemn, to f, V. Al.RX ANHKK, 33 Hroadwav.
WILI, PAY THK (JRNTS WHO NTOLK MONKY*
Woartnn Apparel, Ac., from house corner of 140th
trcrl am) Alexander aveiiuo, Mott Haven more for tho
ladles' wc.ar.than they can sell It fbr, and no questions
sked They can keep the raoney, and s?lve me a <. a 11
on N*w Year's Day. Addje.au "CONKIDliNC'n." host
oiler. Molt llavcn.
inClAli NOTItKS.
A -w>J)A WATBK, Ml N Kit All WATERS, OINOCR
Jr\m Al< . ?(?ir.klint[ Wines; manufacture ol complete outfit*
ol Apparatus and Material^ with lull Instruction*;
?.i iiepnriou Mt.M ot manufacture, bottling and dispensing;
4 jfmVS 1,1 desirable territory ; cuUlouue* tree.
^ ^-JN m* 'TI KWs, rim avenue, tfwemy sixth and
1?ent>-H?'?/'iitli street*. New York.
' A lyvw To BK G|TBN AWAY.
AiV. " ond and last Urand (Jilt Concert In aid of
i?r.?^?S10'J-*??oi;laik)n of Norfolk, Va., will take
v i 1^74, at the Opera House in the
Ii H.? h. . Ticket* and Intorination inrnished
*ttlie iraiirh office 0f the Association, "Hand HU Broadway,
room New vork. ?<n.?. f,o* I.U7.
jL*^tUiriS?t< I'KAWINOK Of tlltVOR tfAfl
at* s? T' m*1 * T;185 "S?6, 1874.
>?, 4K B7, 72, (?, it, ;o :ts )i c> 17. 3, fiA
CIUSS IU-AD?DSI <fl?74.
n. VI. W, 71. 8, ,W. 78, Ifi. 65 U.
INKJET, XXTRi ,{69?AllCl >r it IVT74
n. M. X. 16. 11. fi.1, fts, Vu, ff -09% 12 1
10, tt. 19, 52, Ifi, 32 y) ti ,,' g.
Address /. CUTR, N?. 2D|) Hroadwav, No 141 Fnltnn
treet, No. ? rarfc?ow. or Post office l.o* ? ?i?, New Vork
I n -Pr:i/-KP IN Ki'STVCKY KTATK AND ROYaT
fit uSTft 1
4, foat oiOM box M7*. *#w Yori; v **'
:E NE
NEW
RPKClAIi tin m bib i
B?KENTUCKY RTATK LOTTERY.?CIRCW LARrt
ami Information *ent tree. Address U. W. CARPENTER
it;.' Hmadway, rooms 11 uiul 12. Pout office box
3,y7?. New York.
CMiLD and SILVER kekin eh ?>. souwkl, 23
X .lohn Atreet, near Broadway. He.M and silver ami
any articles continuing Hold bought <t market price.
Kino Uold ana Silver gold to manufacturer*
Henry a. daniei.s. m d . im i.i xiNotow at*.
nue, near iwenty ninth street.?hpeJial attention
to the diseases of men.
Havana and ubuman government drawnigs
?Information given and price list lurulshed.
THKODOR Z8CHOCH, 11(5 Nu?uu street. New York.
Lock box 5,SOI.
Havana lottery.-okmrial inform atio.n
may be tiad directly and true by addressing J. O.
DIAZ, Apertaao No. 587, Habana.
Havana and oekman lottery-important
inmruiatloii given as to cashing of prizes. Ac., Ac.
e. sonnenbeluj, box 190 New Haven, Conn., pout
office.
Havana lottery.?free information and
circulars given and wnt. Address J. B. MARTIN
fcZ A Co., banker*, 10 Wall street. .New York. Post
office liox 4,68s.
New york, august #, iw.-mh. bknoit weill
hereby inform* his trlends aud the public 111 general
thai he hit* sev? red his eonnet tiou from the llrm of
K. Faubcrt and Ben. Weill, S42 Sixth avenue, and that
from this day he will not hold himself responsible lor
any debts that will bo contracted by this Arm.
benoit weill,_
NOTIOB OF aSSIGNMENT.-NOTICB 18 HEREBY
iriven that hamuel Wright, of the city ot Newark,
county of Essex and Stat# ot New Jersey, hath this day
made an assignment to the aubscrllxir of hilt estate for
the equal lienoflt of His creditor*, and that the said
creditors must exhibit tbelr respeotfvo claims, under
oath or affirmation, within the term ot three month*
iroiu the date of thi* notice. TUTTLE c:t7LVBR,
16 ana 18 Leonard street, New York city,
Jdw 87,1874. _
Postponement.?the fifth and last drawing
of Public Library of Kentucky bus beon positioned
to November SU, 1874. Positively no further deluv.
$Z 500,000 cash will be distributed in 20,000 gifts. Tickets,
#60; halves. $25: tenths, ft. Apiilv to TIIOS. e. bramLeTTK,
Agent, or THOH. h. haYH A co., 609 Broadway.
Royal Havana lottery.
Capitul prizes per cable oi' the drawing of July 31,.
Class 9W:?
No. 28,13ft drew $100,000
No. 6,938 drew ao.uoo
No. 17,3*7 drew 26,000
No. 26,#29 drew 10,000
No. 7,106 drew 6,000
No. 6,989 drew 6,(1110
Prizes cashed. Circulars of information tree. Highest
price paid for Gold, hliver, Governments, Spanish
Bank Bills, Ac., Ac. TAYl.OK 4 CO., Bankers,
Post office box No, 4,448. U Wall street. New York.
(fcinn |W\A?ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY?OfFIJjpIUU.UUU
cia! drawing on file; $450,000 cash villa;
circulars with full particulars sent free. Address P. C.
Devlin, stationer and general agent, 30 Liberty st.. N. Y.
<t? nnQ nnn IN LEOAUZKD kentucky STATE
?]pc/ I O.v/ULf Lottery?Prize* cashed and information
given; office established 30 years. Address BALEY
<t co., 174 Broadway; box 4^44 Post office.
~7 YACHTS, JTBAMSOATS. ScC. ^
1fka boats on hand and spoon oars?'
1UU Shell, Club. Whitehall, Metallic Lifeboats and
Vhir.o Dnatu i>? tllH ...l.l Snnfli itrul un.l llilh utruit
Harlem River. STEPHEN ROBERTS.
INSTRUCTION.
A YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE TO~ENGAGE WITH
a respectable private I'auiUy for teaching two or
morn children Kienuh, English and mnsic: first elans
references only exchanged. Address B. N., box 125
Herald office.
(FREEHOLD INSTITUTE, FREEHOLD. N. J.?FOR
Boys. Rev. A. (> CHAMBERS, Principal.
VfADAM LOOMIMfri PREPARED TO OfVK LESSONS
1*1 in various k'ndgol light employment, by which ladles
can make at borne $15 to $?>. aU Eighth avenue, second
floor.
WANTED?IN A YOUNG LADIES' SCHOOL, NEAR
the city, u resident ttaeher for French and music,
and, if possible, drawing. Address L. Zbox l'?i Herald
office.
-TP-ANTED?A HERMAN LADY, FAMIl.XAR WITH
Vt teuching the (iernuin, French una English languages,
as also the pinno, in a private family where she
will receive good treatment and a tair sniurv. Address,
with inline mid references. Post office box l.ulr.
TO/) SIXTH AVENl'E.?FRENCH LESIONS UTTH
LOU a pure pronunciation. Riven in private amities
by M. GAREAU, formerly a Magistrate and member of
the University of France. Only one evening disengaged.
" loam OF KICKS. !
AT 80 NASSAI' STREET, BETWEEN FULTON' ANO
John streets.?Advance* made to any amount, on
Life Policies, Merchandise, Idamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Pianos. Ac. NEWMAN LEOPOLD. *) Nassau strncL
AT WOLF A BROTHERS', 895 BROADWAY, BKtweeu
Nineteenth and Twentieth street*, money
loaned on Diamonds, Watelies, Jewelry. Silver Wore,
Silks, particularly Pianos, Business confidential. Lo*
.' enures Hablan Egpanol.
AT JOHNSON'S. CORNER BOWKRV AND HI'RINU
street?Money ioanc ' on Diamonds, Watches
Jewelrv, .silverware KilA*. Lit res. shawls. Ac., or the
same bought. Most extensive csts bluliiuenf. in tno eouu- j
try. l'rivate parlors tor ladles. floods tor sale at sacrifices
to pay udvunrcs.
T 57 TillRTKKNTU ~*YltE~ET, .NKAR HROADW AY.- I
I pay the highest prices lor Diamonds, Watohos,
Jewelry, old trold and sliver, or the same advanced on.
IIAjmWi 57 tnirK'iuth street.
T JOSEPH SOLOMON A CO.'b, 134 ~KULTO"5
street, near Nassau ?Jlc,ney advanced on Diamonds,
Watches, Silver l'late, silks cainel?s hair Hliawls. An
tlnuc.s and Articles oi Vertu; established 18GU; private .
oAM inr ladies. Se hahla l.spaiinl.
ONEYLOANED?ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND
Jewelry, at D. A ft IIAII *.*> Chatham street and
2.1 North Wull,nil street Tlie highest price paid lor old
l.old and Silver.
Money loaned on diamonds, wat^hj&s, Jewelry
and .silverware, and the same in night.
OKO, O. ALLi.N, Jeweller,
1,190 Broadway, near Twenty-ninth street.
1"l I ~x BROADWAY, BETWEEN TWE NTY SIX i If
ar.d Twenty seventh street'.?Money loaned
on Diamonds, Watches Jewelrv. Silverware, Silks,
Pianos, Ac.: Mime bought and sold; parlor for ladies;
business confidential, S. FIRUSKI.
EL'ROPK.
THE QUEEN'S HOTBL, QUEBNSTOWN.
This well known first class hotel, having recently
changed proprietors, will now be touud one of' the luonl
comfortable in the .-outh of Ireland. Beui?' -lumte clone
to the landin.- stages and railway depot, will bo fouiui
most convenient lo American tourlsta arriving by tiie
mriiilMMNi
PKOPUSAL.8.
pROI'OSALS
WROUGHT AND <?4.1T IKO.V WORK
lor the
MJJRA&Y OK VflK NEW STATE DEPARTMENT.
0?nc>: or SrvnimsiKii Architect, )*
TtiKAsrar Dkpj?rt?ikkt. Washington, D. <1, Jnlv 24, IH.'t *
Sealed proposal* will he received nt thin otBce until 12
M. ol the Ifth ilavol August, 1X74, for furnishing delivering/,
titling and putting In place the wrought und cimt iron
work required tor the Library ol the New Mate Department
Copies of the n rn wings and specifications may be had
on application at thu ottlcv.
"All scaffolding required hy the contractor* to put the
work In place will he furnished by Hie L'enartirieut tree
of charge, but will be erected by the contractor*.
Proposals will be made tor the whole work complete,
as shown ou drawings ana deserlbe.d in specification.
The whole of "the work tnn>t be completed within lour
mouths from date ot' acceptance of the proposal.
Payment* will be made monthly, deducting 10 per
cent, until the completion ot the contract.
All bids mud he accompanied by n penal bond of two
responsible persons, in the stun of twent.v-live thousand
dollars ($25.UU0), that the bidder will accept and pertorin
the contract, it awarded him. tile >-ultlcieiicy ot the security
to bo certified by the United Mates Judge, Clerk
ot the I'nited states Court, <>r the District Attorney of
the District wherein the bidder resides.
The Department reserves the right to reject any or all
bids jf it dc deemed lor the intercut ol the government
to do so.
Every bid must be made on the printed form to lie obtained
at this office, and must conform In every respect
to the requirements at Ibis adve.rtiM<m*nt_ <ir it win ??,?
be considered.
Proposali* will not be received from p.artles who are
not themselves cniraKed la the iiianuiacture ol cast iron
work, and who have not the necessary facilities tor
getting out the work. t
.Mi olils must tie enclosed in a scaled envelope, en
dorscd "Proposal* lor WronRhi and t'nst Iron Work of
Mbrsrv, New state Department. Washington, I). C.,"
and addressed to A. B. MUM.KPT,
_ Kuperviainit Architect
PROPOSALS FOR ORANTTK FOB THB CKMTKNN1AI.
bniUlmja ?Proposals will be received until the 15th
ol August, tor furnishing and delivering on the wharf at
Philadelphia, the icranlto cut ready to set tor tho sripergtructrue
of the Centennial Huildintia, the whole to be delivered
in eleven months, and to be of granite that will
harmonize with Virginia granite. Plans'and necessary
information can be obtained at my office, Lodger Bul/dIng.
Philadelphia. H. l?OHBINS, Contractor.
SALk AND REMOVAL OK PENITENTIARY OK
VIRHINIA.
The undersigned, appofntetl commissioners for the
pnrpoee bv an act oftlie ilencral \ssetnbly approved
AprilIff74, will receive sealed proposals, to bo opened
kt 12 0'clnck *. on Thursday, the 1st tlay ol October,
1*71. tor the purchase and removal of the Penitentiary
id Virgin la.
The following arc the provision* o 1 the act, to which
the proposals must conform
" !. These commissioners shall advertise for proposals
lor the purchase of the land and buildings, anil the
removal ol the buildlngs'and the Inmates to some point
not toss than live mile* irotn the corporate limits ot the
ity ol Richmond; said proposals to stipulate
lor tne suitable timidities tor the proper accommodation
ana employment ot Uie prisoners,
the erection of the machinery, ami all tiie
menu.* ami appliances that are necessary to secure all
me 'abilities lor the operations of the Penitentiary to the
same extent as they at present exist in the .State Penitentiarv;
and provided nirrher, tliat no protiosal shall
ie accepted which Involves the Htnte in any expense
iver and above the proceeds ol the sale of the laud and
mildings now used for and connected with the Penitcn' 's.'
Proposals for the removal mnst be endorsed on
lie envelope(i "Proposals for itcinoving the Stale
'eajtentlary,'' and should he accompanied with
ind inclnde a map of the (rounds, and plans, draw
ng? And specification* for the buildings to to* furnished
n place ot those at present occupied; ana no-jiropo?ition
hall tie accepted unlea* approved of by the commieloners
Mud ratified by the Legislature at ii?n?xt sea
'proposals Jh<n?d be addre?wd to the anderrirad, at
Ucbmond J AM BN L KEMPRIt,
muiDViui ^ R wlTHMRj( -
AB0BAU.UJJKNS& I,
W YO
YORK, FRIDAY, AUGUS1
MWWUH POBI, UIKDN, &('.
FI- II K);rs ! <. H KM- ami KAKHIT ITNTINIJ; PKA
Fowl, Piteous, Rabbits; Cold Klah, 1'Imitv. Ac., lor
snunria; shells, Mocking Hiril Kood, for sale, vDoleillt
and retail. Aquaria Manutauiurint; Depot (J. HAGOT,
Afcont>. 31 Fulton street.
JL'ST IMPORTED?SCOTCH AND SKYK TERRXKRS,
Black TatiH, Hull Terrier*, K?|tiimaax, Newfoundland
Pups: one red Irish Setter l'up, one year old, the
handsomest in city: Russian Setter Dog, four years old,
thoroughly broken lor trial in Held.
R. (JAKDNKK. Ill South Fifth avenue.
PIQKDN MATt'U-HKTWKK.V J. P. ItOHKRSO.V, OF
Brooklyn, nn.l John II. Outwater, of New Jersey, at
25 bird*. 21 yards rise and (*) yar Is boundary, will take
Vlace at the Heeaueus track. on Saturday, Aiun?tS, 1374.
he 3 o'clock train i>u the Hrie Railroad will stop.
TTTAimCD?A BULL AND TUHU DOU. Ai'Pl.Y
Vt at A3 Greenwich avenue.
THE TVfUT.
A?TROTTING AT I'J.KKIWOOD PAKK. FRIDAY.
August 7, at 3 o'clock, P. M. A purse ol $11*); mile
lieaU. best ' ill 5, ill harness; (AO to llrst, $30 to second
and ?r? to third.
K. Curry enters h. m. Gertrude.
A. Hourrctt enters b. in. Adilia.
i*. Munee enters cli n>. IVcuriou*.
1. W. Olcott enterh br. g. Colonel.
M. McNamara enters s. g. Mack.
A. Patlurson enters il. it. Alexia
THK SAMH, DAY.
A sweepstakes ot $4U0; mile heats; belt three in Are,
in barnesa.
C. II. Simmon* enters b. g. Blllv Button.
J'. Loiin.-. enter* 1>. in. Butcher CirL
C. Peterson enters s. g. Scutl'ler.
K. Mable enters b. in Miss Drew.
8AM K DAY
A sweepstakes ol $3.')0; mile heats; best three in five,
in harness.
1'. Mance enters ch. e Yellow Stone.
J. Pawling enters g. Tom Wonder.
J. M. Aleott enters l>r. m. Oyp'iy Maid.
MnWon, SI. W. ll. VAN (HIIT, Superintendent.
DEKKFOOr PARK TROTTI NO?FRIDAY, AUGUST 7,
1874. Purse and Stake of SWW.
James Morrlssey'a h in. Miss Xorrintcy.
John Duffey'sg. g. lletlanee.
J. Horrigan's b. g. South Brooklyn.
P. Mctiulnus's. g. Bin Seaars.
Thos. Koran's r. m. Uentle Annie.
P. Corson's b. g. Virginia Boy.
Felix McUee'sn. m. Maid of Krin.
HAMK 1>AV?Match for ???.
Charles Cooper's b. in. Lin'iiuunt.
O. McCUe's l>lk. m. Nonesuch.
Admission Stic.
WM. MrMAHOJf, Proprietor.
FRKNC1I POOLS WILI, BK SOLD THIS DAY,
nntil :S o'clock, on the 2:20 Purse at Bnffalo at
JOHN <OS'8 Pool Room, corner of Broadway and
Twenty-eighth street; also thin evening on the Saratoga,
race.
POOLS MILD THIS AKTKHNOON,~AT ONE O'CLOCK,
at Johnson's, So. 1,187 Broadway, corner Twentyeighth
street, on the 2:2t) and --_'ll trots at Buffalo; also
this evening and Saturday uiormug on the races at Saratoga.
T. B. JOHNSON.
POOLS SOI.I) AT 1.146 BROADWAY THIS KVKNINO
on the rutinluir races at Saratoga: also Paris Mutual
Pools every evening and morning of the races, up to 12
M. O. L. MARSHALL.
CJARATOGA RACKS.
O SHOOK 1} MJ2KTINO.
Saturday, August 8.
Tuesday, August IL
'ihnrsdav, Aumt?t IS.
sauirdav, August 15.
JuesUav. Augnst IK
iKxtra Day) Wednesday, Anjust 19.
Thursday, August 20.
W. R. TttAVKKS President.
J NO. MOKUlbSUY, Lessee.
C. Whkati.t, Secretary.
SUMMER MKBTINO, OIVKN 8V CLAKK WHITE, ON
iho Kairfleld (iounty Agricultural Grounds at Sonth
Norwalk, Conn., August 19, Ji) und 21,1.474. Premiums,
$3. 'JO J.
KIRHT DAY-WKDNESDAY AUGUST 19.
No. 1.?Porno .V?. lor 3:00 class; $250 to first, $200 to
second, $50 to third.
No. 2.?Purse $HAl, for 2:'-f0 class; $100 to first. $200 to
?ecoud, $120 to thi;d. $t?) to lourlli.
SECOND DAY ?THU K tfOAY, AUGUST 20.
No. 8.?Purse $5im, for 2 JO cla**; $230 to first, $200 to
second, $50 to tlilrd.
No. 4.?l'urso $<W0, for 2:35c1am; $400 to first, $200 to
secuud, $120 io third, $Hiito fourth.
TI1IK1) DAT?FRIDAY, AUGUST 21.
No. 5.?Purse $!WI, lorllias class: $250 to first, $.'00 to
second, $.r?? to third.
No. ti.?Pur.?c $400. tor 3:28 class; $4'X) to first, $200 to
nec.irid, $120 to third, $s<) to fourth.
National rules and conditions, as advertised for Catskill
OrivlnK Park meeting, .luly 14, IN and lti. 1S74.
Entries close Tuesday, Aiik'ti-tll, 1874, ut 9 I*. M. All
communication* und entries must be. addressed to
CI.-AltK WillTE, Cntsklll. N. Y. Entries will he advertised
In the New York UeraU Saturday, August li, ana
I Wednesday, August ill,
HORDES, MJUUISKI, AC.
4 T AUCTION Tills DAY, BY
X\. VAN TASSKLl, A KEARNEY. AUCTIONEERS
.successors to .lohnsiou A Van Tassclll.
HORM-, AND CARRIAGE AUCTION MART.
110, 111! AND 114 10 Art I THIRTEENTH SI KEET, NEAR
FOURTH AVK.VUb.
REGULAR SALE OK HORSES AND CARP.IAOES
EVERY TUESDAY ASH FRIDAY.
Twenty-four lo forty eight hours giveu to purehsten to
test warrantees.
CATALOGUE Or THIS DAY'S (FRIDAY) SALE,
AT II O'CLOCK.
AT OUR TEMPORARY SALESROOM,
i 06 KANT THIRTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY
AND FOURTH AVENUE,
| GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT?ELKO ANT TEAM BAY
Horses. l.? hands hign, (i ny r? olil: well hrert ami clotty
in.t < in-ii; kindMialineIn ul bkroew: tree from vice;
last travellers- very stylish; cum be driven by anyone:
ii superior team tor gentleman's road use, anil warranted
sound: also set Harness und
LANDAULET, IX PERFECT ORDER. BUILT BY J.
B. Mrewrter A Co.
CHESTNUl SORItKL MARK. ITAMBLETONI AN
stock. raised by Mr. Mill*, oi l?ranr'o county, lA'1^ limuln
built, 9ycui* olil; kui-1 and irne ill all harness; tree from
viee; a ilrst class roadster; trotted last season on private
trial In 2:41 and can beat 2:01 any day; has no
record: can bu driven byunyonc; lours nothing end
old only lor want o, use. Also set ol fine Harness and
TOP HIDE HAH ROAD WAGON, .\EA11LY NEW,
built bv Brewster * Co . of Broome street.
PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENT, ELEGANT TEAM;
dark Day Carriage Dorses, lfl"4 hands n In It. 8 and Si |
Years old; kind und true In all harness; tree ironi vice;
last travellers; very stylish and handsome; tear
nothing; one of the most desirable rannly teams iu the |
elty and warranted sound, Also set gold mounted Harness,
made by Stilling*, and
SIX SEAT PIIAKION, BUILT BV HREWSTER.
BROWN HOB>K, l \ HANDS IIIQII.S YEARS OLD;
kind and true in all ha mom; free troin vice; very >tvlish
; has been used lor tainily drivltiif^fears nothing and
can be driven by anyb.xly; h.so -*-.t llainesi and
TOP WAGON, NEARLY NEW.
DAPPLE GRAY HORSE. Ill HANDS Hlon, 6 YEARS
old: kind and true in all harness; free from vice; very
stylish and an all day traveller, and a hoc and pleasant
driver; also set Harness and
ROCKAWAY, GOOD Art NKW.
BAY HORSE, IS*i HANDS HIGH, 10 YEARS OLD; !
kind and Irtie in all harness: tree irotn viee; an excellent
Hor?e for general U?u and sold only on account of
loss of mate.
TOP PONY PHAETON.
GRAY HORSE, llljjf HANDS, 9 YEARS OLD; KIND ,
and true ! % all harness; tree from vice; a good traveller,
a Ilrst class worker and ? a r ranted nu-.if)
BARorCIIE, IN GOOD ORD..il, BUILT BY MINER
a nmn,
TOP ItOAD WAOOV.
SORREL HORSE, HANDS HlCrll, fl YEARS OLD;
kind and time in all humexs; free from vice; is a good
traveller; has been us-d In a grocer's wagon, and warranted
sound. Alifo set Harness and
NO TOP PLATI'OKM SPUING GROCER'S WAGON.
suunnii titiiiMt. 10>, IIAMIM II Dill, li> YEARS OLD; i
kiud and true in nil harness; iree irmu vice; u ^allday
traveller, and safe lor any one lu drive. Also set
llti-ness una
NO TOP BASKET PHAETON
HAY HORSE, 16 HANDS HIUIl, B YEARS OLD;SOLD
to pav hill of keep.
SEVERAL OTHER I10R8F.H, DESCRIPTION TIME
ol' Salfl.
TO!' AND NO TOP ROAD WAGONS.
Rocknway*, Phaetons, Barouches.
Top Waiions, Harness Ac., Ac.
SALE COM M KMC KM AT 11 O'CLOCK.
Auction Bocn or akob. Johnston
(lutv Johnston Jt Van lasso 11).
5 I THE IIOHSR AUCTION BRANCH OF OCR HOUSE
? IS KKMOVBD TO T1IK SI'ACIOL'S PREMISES
en | 1!? TO 28 THIRTEENTH STREET,
i NKAlt UNIVKRHI I Y PLACE.
5 I PARTIAL CATALOGUE OK THIS DAY'S (FBI
2 DAY S) SALE, AT 10 O'CLOCK.
PARK Tt'RNOlIT?Klegnnt team black Horses. 1M<
handa, 7 and 8 years; kind in all harness; tree from
^ vice ; tine, tree, myliflh drivers; are finely matched;
y are the property ot a private family; sold only for
3 wain of u~ and warranted sound. Also set of double
Harness made by DunncomU.
3- PMiK PHAETON, In (rood order, bv Wood Bro#.
>. ELKO ANT TEAM CaRKIAOK HOKAKS, 1? hands.
f fi Riid 7 vcars; kind'In all harness; free trom rice;
to 'are very free, taut, stylish drivers; trailed exactly
z alike; linve t-reat endurance; splendid team lor any
w use r warranted sound.
> SIX-SEAT PARK PHAETON, in good order, by
/. Mott .* Co.
u li \Y MARE, 15>i( hands 7 rears; kind In all har- I
b ries* tree froin vice: extra fine under saddle; haa (
J been ridden and driven by a lady (or past two ye*r?;
c a family pet; warranted sound.
PONY PHAETON, nearly news city bnllt
f- HAY HOft.->E, 16^ bands 6 years: kind in all har
ii..- limn riiii-., a koo<i, tiihi traveller; reliable
r- road or liimily lior.-e; warranted <n(tn<1.
t TOP SIDEBAR ROAD WAGON, new: city built.
~ DARK BAY MARK, I6j; hand*. T years: kind In all '
8 harness and under -addle; tree from ripe; a Koo I,
o reliable Iiorxc for any purpose; warranted sound.
? 1.IUIIT VICTORIA, In perfect order, by AUani* A .
w Co.
K MAT HOUSE, lrt hand*. 7years; kind in all harnei*: ]
* free from vice; an excellent worker every way; Hold
^ lor want ol use. Met H?rtie*u>.
* KXPRB8H WAfluN, neurlv new, city built
w BAY HOR8R. lRli hands, 7 yearn; kind in all har- ;
ir, ne*?; f*re from vice; can trot close to 3 minute*; an !
O excellent roan horse,- sold tor want of one .
? BAKOIJCHK, In Rood order, liv Wood Brn*.
? KIKTKKN OTHKR HORSKS, DESCRIPTION
? T1 MR or HALE. '
O AN ASSORTMENT OK NEARLY EVERY KINO
OK OAKRIAUliS, P11AETON8, WAGONS AND
_ HARNESS IN USE, NEW AND HI.('ONJ) BAND,
F AT AUCTION AND PRIVATE SALE, AT OUR
? MART, 1# TO 35 THIRTEENTH HTUKKT. 1
% SAlJi AT 10 O'CLOCK. j
ATA KACHIFKE.-FOU SALE, A I'flKT IIAMBLE- '
touian Mare, lM* hands hisb, lull; bay, Murk 1
Joint*. Ions mane and tail: elvbt year* old; will trot in
:30, sinule or uoublo. Address POkT 11 AMBLKToM AN.
H<raid*otfli-e. ________
AN ELEGANT BKITZKA, BY MINER 4 8TEVEN8.?
Very lljrht; good 4J new; will be told low. JO and
11 Wooster street j
A? BARGAINS IN HARNKA8. I
Stock of custom maker declining basinet*
offered at treat sacrifice. j
Eyerr article warranted perfect, sound, complete.
TOT'S Carriage Rootus, M Liberty * treat.
AFIRHT OLaM* TOP SIDE BAR ROAD WAOO.N
will tx> sold at a bargain. Private (table 36 Ea?t i
Tvalitb .#
RK H
P 7, 1874-WITH SUPPLES
HORSES, CAHKIAGKS diC.
AN ASSORTMENT OF BBOOMO HANI) IOI' ilO NO
top side liar and elliptic spring Wauons, depot and
Juipp-wat Wauoiis, Kockawav, I)ot{ Cart, doclor'a
Wagniil, six seal Phaeton, Ac., at R. M. STIVuBS', 144 to
132 Ka.tt 'i hirty-first street.
A VERY KINK GENTLI MAN'S TURNOUT.?DAPPLE
(tray Messenger Murr. 15U hands Uhrh. t! year* old:
warranted sound and Kind; Brewster halt sprlne top
Wagou; hue harness. T. K. GORDON,
No*. S and 5 Writ Thirteenth street.
-AUCTION SALE
THIS DAY (FRIDAY), AT 11 O'CLOCK,
THE LABUE8T AND MOST ATTRACTIVE KALE OF
THE SEASON.
TWO ELEGANT FAMILY TEAMS
SORREL TROTTING HOK8E; can trot i. 2:41.
TOP BRKWSTEK 1 CO. (of BROOME STREET) HALF
SPRING WAGON. J*I Pounds: uwd only <i few titno*.
Twenty other family, road and tiuslne** Horses. See
dnwription under this head and lull particulars iu ,
printed catalogues at auction mart.
VA> TASSKL.L 4 K KARNEY,
Temporary Ah,:tion Mart 9? Kant Thirteenth street, between
Broadway and Fourth avenue.
/1HAH. GRUBE. 141 WEST BROADWAY, HAH ON
\ /' hand, at whole-ale or rctuU. manufactured lor "tho
trade," all kindsor Carriages, Rockaways, Buggies, Ac.,
at drat, orBUMflwtinrS prtoea.
CARRIAGES FOR SALE?AT THE OLD KSTAB)
liabed manufactory No. 10 Nevlns stroet. Brooklyn;
all stylos, uew aud second hand ; '-U per cent loan than
New York prices. H. B. WITTY A CO.
f\HrOT WAUONH-PAIIK AND PONY PHAETONS.
I * liiht Kockaways. Cabriolets, Coune Rockways,
family Carriages and light Wagons; every description;
new and second hand: popular price.'.
MA.Nl PACTORKKS' UNION. 634 Broadway.
IjMNK CARRIAGES?EXCEEDINGLY LOW PKICE8;
1 Phaetons, Kockaways, Buggies. Depot Wagons.
Sulkies, Coupes, Landaulets, Top Pony rhaetons and
several others, second hand. J. COLYt.R Jc CO., No. 7
Washington place, opposite 714 Broadway.
ii?or BALK.?HORSE, WAGON AND HARNBSS,
F Rol>es, Blankets, .to., lor sale for half their value;
Horse six. years old and warranted sound and kind;
Harness almost new and a good city made Wagon, inquire
of OWN Kit, No. s Vestry street, near Canal.
TjVIR SALK?TWO CHESTNUT HOUSES. 15 AND 15'^
I hands, 5 aud 10years old; sound, kind aud gentle;
(rot in't :fiO and 3 minutes; very cheap. Address Pox 6,605
Post otllce.
li^OR SALE?FOR WANT OP USE, A SOUND,
strong work horse, 7 years old; weighs 1,230 pounds.
Apply at coal yard 34 and :S6 Spring street.
KIOR SALK-TWO HORSK SOUND AND KIND.
I suitable for light or lHvavy work; also truck Harness;
must be sold this day. .'*) New Bowery.
For sale-a fine bay horse, for express
or doctor. $200; a good sorrel Mure, express or light
work, 166; Express Harness, $12. Mb West Twenty-sixth
street
For sale cheap-horse, truck and harneas;
price $200; also a cheap (fay Horse. $60; stood
worker; some second hand truck Harness-, must sell tills
property; taken for debt. Call, for two days, at teed
store 370 Hudson street.
Fob rale?a pine bay horse, 15 hanos
1 Inch hitch, 8yearn old; stylish ami lasting driver,
and warranted Mound and kind; also Wanon. good as
new, and Harness, been und a lew times; will be Hold,
together or separately, low. Call and see them.
jo.sefu tow.nlev'a Boulevard stables, 158 and 157
vVest Fiftieth street.
}710K SAI.K AT A SACRIFICE?THREE HORSES. $?),
$75 and $100 each; mast bo sold; also Clarence
Coach. 314 Went Sixteenth street.
HKAB8S, OVAL GLASS, FOR SALE CHEAP.?
Apply lo JAMK8 UONNOUli, 340 West Party -second
street.
XN CONSEQUENCE OP REMOVAL OP OUR
slock of Carriages Irom the West side
Repository to factory, 1,605 Broadway,
and as we must have the room for
our fall stock, we ofter a number
at less than cost
ias. s. KKAL A co., Broadway, corner Forty-sixth st
ONE SIX-SEAT WOOD BROS. PARK PHAETON,
one Coupe, one Landau, top and open Pony Phuetonsotall
styles: 10 ton and ooen Koad Wairons. hv
Brewster, Stivers, Dusenbury and other city makers; ,
one Sulky, one Skeleton Wagon, Depot Wagons, Rockaways,
Coliou ltockawavs; lour-seat Park Phaeton, by
Brewster; top and open Kxprc?s Wagons, tingle and
double Harness. Sheets. Nets, Ac. ,
WM. H. GRAY, 20 and 22 Woostor street |
Road horses fob sale tkbt i.ow.-one \
Team anil one single Horse; two Buggies, one |
Phaeton, Harness, Sleigh, Ac., at 110 South l'ourth streeC, <
Williamsburg. i
QECOND HAND CARRIAGES (BARGAINS),?"TWO I
O Coupes, Vioioria. Dog Cart, Coupe Rockaway, Pou? 1
Phaeton, Depot Wagon, several Buggies, and Hoeka- ,
ways aud other sligluiv soiled Carriages.
MANUFACTURERS' UXI()\KM Broadway.
rpHRKE SPLENDID TEAMS.
PARK TURNOUT.
?! TWENTY ROAD AND FAMILY MOUSES.
y LIGHT VICTORIA; splendid order.
p BAROUCHK; in good order,
[T Six si'.AT PHAEl'ON; good order.
y, TOP ROAD WAGON: good order.
x
C At oar Mart, 19 to 23 Thirteenth street
-5 I-ALE AT 10 (VCLOCK.
VVANTED-A HORSE AND PHAETON. SUITABLE
'? tor n lady to drive, about IS bunds high; bay or
Muck preferred. Addnai T. C. P., box 2,M8 1'ost ottice. i
CfiH ?TOP KXPKE8S WAGON, IN GOOD HUN- !
1PUU. ning order, lor sale, at Baker's Ciiv Auction i
Marl aud New York Taitersall's, comer ol Broadway |
und Thirty-ninth street ,
WILL BUY A SPLENDID SIDE BAR NO '
P.IOU top road Wagon, built by Soaman ; cost $2tt);
never been used; owner inu->t sell. Apply at Major
BAKKER'S, corner ol Broadway aud Thirty-ninth st.
SALES AT AUCTION. i
\ LBiCRT B. WALDRON, AUCTIONEER. '
j\ By D. W. IVES, c
salesrooms 10c* Liberty. Ill Cedar aud S3 Church street,
on SATURDAY at II o'clock, t!
a very large general assortment of Household and Office -i
Hiniuurc ot every kind aud description; also Bedding,
Carpets, shades, Soaps, Kaucy Goods, Ac., Ac. d
AI I'TIO.V SAI.E OK MAGNIFICENT HOUSEHOLD l
Furniture.?Pianoforte. Bronzes, Paintings, Parlor
Suits, Mirrors, Carpets, Books, this day (Friday), at the ~
oleizant residence :<8 West I5?h gt, near 5th av., commencing
It)}., o'clock. Drawing Kooin Suits. Grand
Duchoss Styles, covered with silk brocade, Rosewood J1
l'ianolorte, Etagcres, Bookcase, Bronzes Cubinct Oil "
i*?lutings, ornaments, curtains, rosewood, walnut Bu I _
reaus; Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Mattresses, Kxtcnslou I
Table, Sideboard, Chinaware, Claasware. The residence J
was furnished new May 1, and it In pertect order. Par- c
tie# willing to atteud this s.-ile take 5th av. stanes or Oth f
av. ears. AUUUHTK MARTlNh, Auctioneer.
i ?U. K. M'DONJTELL A CO., AUCTIONKEB8. 1
A, Eli-Kant liouHchold Furniture sale, 1
illlr> (l-'ridav) MORNING, ?
August 7, IK74, coramenMiur at It'S, o'clock, "
til private residence 12-) West 23d St., |
between Stli anil 7th avs.,tlrst class Household l-'urnitnre. J
made to order and lnuaft since lasi May-Pioi'and mati'cl '
-Mirrors, K. C. Liwhte a Co. TH octave rosewood Piano- 0
forte, broniscs, oil Paimimcs, latest styles Parlor Suits,
covered in saiin, brocutel and reps; Moquct velvet Car- "|
pet, zilt Tables, Inlaid Marqnetry Centre Tablets Turkish ]
Chairs, Bookcase, Bo.iks, Chamber Suit, complete: solid u
rose woo J anil walntit Bedsteads, Bureaus, Dressing r
Cases, spring Mid liulr Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters.
Buffet, hxu-nsion Tallies, Chairs. Ac. ; also basement and 4
kitchen l-'urniturc. Over ?Ud iots by cataloituc. i
tUCMtlN SA1.K UK lini-Siaii'1,1) KURNli ClWi?
A tills (Kridav) morning. commencing at 11) o'clock,
ut private residence 210 NVost 21st st., near 7th av.;
walnut trauie Parlor Suits, richly carved, covered in
brocade, satin and colclalue; Parlor Tables, Decker A '
Brothers' 7L? octave Pianoforte, Cabinets, Oil Paintings, J
lfrouzes. pl.its- Mirrors, lace Curtains, clocks, i.ibrary
and Secretaire Bookcases, Library Tables, Writing
Jie-ks, Turkish Suit, Kasy Cbalivi, Lounges, Kxtensioii L
Tabic, Buffet, Dining Chairs, .Silverware, rosewood and
walnut chamber Sets with Dressing Cases Bedsteads, 0
Bureaus, Wasiistanda, 29 hair aud spring Mattresses; ?
rep, plush nnd haircloth Suits, Hall Stand, Kitchen
Knrnitare, IP Carpets, Ac. N. B.?Male positive. Take /
7th or8th av. ears. ROBKRT C. CASHIN, Auctioneer.
? . s
? tiFRKD LLOYD, Al'CTIONKEB?OKFICR8 29 k
A. Broadway. will positively sell by auction (to-morrow),
at II A. M , the Fixtures, Stock and Lease ot the
linn: nore muimcu on uic iiorineast corner of (irand L
hhit Norfolk streets; Copper, Soda Water Apparatus, g,
Foantsla, Coontert, Know Caws, m. Jt
A A ? BATTERSON, AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL I
. this day, nt Sixth avenue, Household Fur- ?
iiiriirr: tour I'arjor f'ets, Chamber and Library Sets,
carpets, easy mid ottier Chairs; to be ttoltl to pay
storage; over 100lpt?j sain nt lOoVock, "
AUCTION SALK-OF HANDHOJfl HOUSEHOLD r
Furniture this (Friday) morning, August 7, at 10 :'t0 *.
o'clock precisely, bv order ot W. P. Hicham* Ksq.. now In K
Europe, atthe eiegan t private reside nee, i(H Weai Twenty- pi
niglitri ?;reet, on.' block west of Broadway, near sixth
avenue; -Parlor*?Handsome Pari or suit* in satin lirobade,
reps ant haircloth. Pianoforte, Paintings, work* l
ot art. Etageres. Table*. Bookcases, Bedsteads, Itlireuii", tt
t\ ashstands. Mattresses, Bedding, t'lirtains, Mirrors, ai
Lotiuges, Ubraary, Basement and servants' Furniture.
I. KKAI UKK. Auctioneer. N. B.?A rare opportunity
lor housekeepers wishing handsome and nlain first clatw
Household Furniture. Uoods packed and delivered tor ,,
purchasers alter the sale. "
Bowk a hillier, auctioneers.?marshal's ;
sale this day. at 10 o clock, at 449 West Kilty third 1
rtri'et -, all the right, title and interest of Kmmet Vogue
1 Nicholas Karle in Kindling Wood Yard and Factory, ?
Horse, Wagon, Ac. Jo US h. hill ikk, Marshal. ?
Bowk * sillier, auctioneers.-moktoaor 1,1
and execution sale this day. at 3 o'clock. The
stocx, Fixtures and l<ense (having four years to run) of 1
the celebrated Tilton'it Hotel, situated on St. Nicholas J
ivi'Due and l?9tli street; all the eleuant Furniture, Mir- m
rors, Carpets, Pilverwure. Glassware, Cntlsrv, Har and Ik
Ja* Fixtures, Kltcheu Utensils, Liquors, Cigars, Ac. w
JOHN 11. 1111,1,1 KR, Marshal. re
BY WILLIAM VAN TA88EI.L, AUCTION EKR? ?"
Office. 110, 112, 114 I'.ast I liirteenth street, By \ n ine *
?l a chattel mortgage 1 will expose tor sale, this dav w
[Friday). 7th Inst., at 10 : '?) A. M., sharp, the contents of' Hole!
and Itejtaurant, iittt Bowcrv, near Houston street. <
^insisting of Lease. Furnihtre and Fixture*. Will be ^
old together to the ultrhest bidder w
B. MKRKIIT, Attornev for Mortgagee.
BY ROBERT SOMISRVILLK, AUCTIONEER. C
74 University place, comer Thirteenth street *
ROBERT hOMI'.HVLLl.l, will sull, bv auction, on w
rtiesdav. August 11, at I OH o'clock, it not previously dls- nr
posed ot at private sale, the entire Block and Fixtures of 1'
the elegant drug store l,5o7 Broao way. petween loriyrixth
and Forty seventh street*; in consequence of ill- fj
Lin* the sale must be peremptory; this is a rate oppor- ?.
lunity to engage in buameas. sppiy on premi-es or to fr
RUBERI bOMKRVXLLli, Auctioneer, 74 University placo.
I R WEINBRROHR, AUCTIONKER.-MORTOAOB ?
. sale this day (Friday), Atigust 7, at 10>, o'clock, at No. e:
it AiDlty street; the cntiro Fixtures of a Liquor Saloon. si
I a. WJJlNfltUUK* iUanst for Mnrtaaree, a:
ERA]
iENT.
HALEtl AT AUCTION. I
BY TIRfVa OK A CHATTEL MORTQAQB, 1 BHALti
rxpose for mle, ut public auction, on the preini>e?
No. 415 West Fortieth street, Sew York city, Counters, i
Mirror* and Household (ioods of every description cou- \
Miut'd therein, ou vu'riiit rt. 1?74, at It A M.
A. MIKNIiAOM, Attorney lor Mortgauee.
FOR 8ALR (A BAKUAIN) TO l'AY A MORTdAOK?
The American Restaurant, Hotel and Dining Room
House, W-'> llowery, between Houston and Manton
sireets; a nood opportunity to make a ilr?t class Herman
house; if notsoid (It private sale before Friday, the Lease,
Furniture and Fixtures will be solil together to tli?
highest bidder, at auction, on Friday, at 10 JO A. M. Apply
on premises, between ID and 2.
J P. TRAVKR, AUCTIONKKR.-MORT(JA<;E SAI.K,
. on Saturduy, August h, at II o'clock, by virtue ot a
chattel inort^urc, ut 147 West Thirty-second street, between
Sixth and Seventh avenues, tine Liquor Counters,
elegant Hack Fixtures, with Mirror and flock to match;
Hur Fixtures. Tables, Chairs. Ice House.*, Stovi s. Mir
rors, ( locks. Pictures, tine Piano, ballroom Furniture,
Bedsteads. Bureaus, Mofas, Lotingus, Parlor Suits. Brussels
and Ingrain Carpets, Oilclotns, Mattresses Pillows,
Bcddin'f, Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture, Crockety,
Ac., Ac.; tool Horse, Wagon atui Ilamaas.
A. B. CLARK, Attorney for Mortgagee.
JERK. JOITNSON. Jit., AOCTIONUW.
General Salesroom, S7 Nassau street.
Heal Estate Department, 21 Park row.
this day, at 11 O'CLOCK,
continuation SALIi ok
fine jewelry, gold and silver
watches, trinkets, Ac.
.(EKE. JOHNSON, Jr.. Auctioneer.
lOHN H. WILSON, AUCTIONEER.?MORTGAGE
?J Sale, on Friday, August 7,1874, at 10^ o'clock A. M.,
at No. tWj Ninth avenue, the contents of a Bakery, ronslstipg
ot show Case*, marble-top Counters, Ac.,; aUo
the unexpired term ot Lease ol premises, Ac. By irder
ot the mortgagee.
MORTGAGE SALE.?HENRY dreher a SON,
Auctioneers. otttce 23 Second avemie, sell. Saturday,
August H, at 11 o'clock, at 113 Third avenue. fixtures
ami Furniture of a Ilrst class Lager Beer Saloon ; \ery
handsome and solid hlack walnut Bar and Fixtures,
Tables, Chairs. Glass* are, Icebox, Ac. Sale positiveHENKY
i)Ki'.HKK, Attoniey for Mortgagee.
Navy department,
Blukau or ConiTRDcnon and Rkpairs, )
W*siiin?tow, Julv 3J. If74. J
The Navy Department will offer lor sale at public auction
the following named vessels:?
At the United states Navy Yard, Boston, on Saturday,
tho 29th of August, 1?74, at 12 o'clock M., the iron clad,
single turret screw vessels Sliawueu aud Wassuc, each
ol 4t3 tons mea^uremeut.
At the L'nlled states Naval Station, League Island, on
Saturday, the Oth ol September. 1M74, at 12 o'oiock M.,
the iron clad vessel Yazoo, ot tons measurement
At the United States Naval Station, New Orleans, on
Saturday, the 12th ot September, 1874, at U o'clock M.,
the iron clad, single turret screw vessels Etlah. Iris,
Klamath, Uiupqua and Yuma, each of 4*3 tons measurement,
the Iron clad screw vessels Kewaydln and Winnebago,
each ot Mo tons measurement, and the iron clad
screw vuss'l Chickasaw, ol 450 tons measurement.
I he vessels will be offered as they lie, and may !>e examined
at any time previous to the day of sale upon ap
plication to tne commandant of the yard or station
where they are. respectively, who will exhibit to person*,
desiring to bid, an Inventory ot such article.* as
niMy sold with them.
Thirty per cent of the whole amount of the purchase
money for each vessel must be deposited at tlie time of
.sale, and the balance paid 111 cash when the sale Is con
tinned by the Department; the vessels to be removed
within three weeks trom the date of such confirmation.
The government reserves the riff tit to withdraw the
vessels, or either ot them, lroni sale at any time, and to
reject any bid or offer which may be considered inadequate.
PAWNBROKER'S HAM!.?J AMES AGAR, AUCTIONeer,
will sell this <lav at 59 New Bowery, a large assortment
of Dresses, Shawls, Spreads, fable Linen,
Sheets. Underclothing, Ac.; also Coats, l'auts and Vests.
By order J. Martin, Mulberry street
J PAWNBROKER'S HALE.?R. FII'LD, GENERAL
Auctioneer, salesroom No. n9 Bowery, will tell this
day, at 11 o'clock, SIX) lots Men's and Women's t lotlilng,
Dresses, .Shawls, Remnants, Ouilts, Underclothing,
Blankets. Boots, Shoes, Ac,; also Coats, i'ants and Vests.
By order P. Frecl, Williamsburg.
KlCUAltD WALTERS, AUCTIONEER?MARSHAL'S
sale.?Will sell on Saturday, at 11 o'elock, at stoucyard
in avenue A, between 11*2(1 and 123d streets, a largo
quantity ol' Brown .stone.
JOHN T. 8TEWAKT, Marshal.
Richard Walters. auctioneer.? grocery
store.?Will -ell thisdav (Fridayi, at 111)*' o'clock, at
No. 351 Madison street, the Stock and l-lxtures of a tlrst
Class Grocery .-store, viz.Teas. Coffees, apices. Starch,
soap, Extracts. Mustard, Candles, Cans, Scales, Coffee
Mill, Icebox, Counters. gla.-<s Cases, Ac. Sale positive.
u HERMAN. SHERIFF'S AND GENERAL AUC0.
tioneer.?Wines, Liquors, Chainpaune, Cigar* Ac.,
his day (Friday), Auuust 7. at 10t.J o'clock, .No. 13 Bowery, 1
i largo and general assortment ol Wines and Liquors in i
jarreIs, casks and cases, as Bourbon and Rye Whiskey, ]
jin. Rum; casks Fort and Sherry Wines: cases Brandies,
Jin, Bitters, Kuinmel: cases and baskets Champagne: ,
tlso a large lot Cigars, oltlce Furniture. Sates, Ac. Mile 1
positive. Dealers invited. Also on account of former i
purchasers, a large lot of Wines, Liquors, Cluars, tiro- i
jeiles, as Teas, Coffees, Sugars, apices, Ac. By order of
WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff.
William II. Uukkr, Deputy.
rpuos. KEYWORTH. AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL,
1. this day, at H>>, o'clock, at 472 East Houston street,
the Contents ol a Crockery Store, In lots to suit dealers
and others. Dealers luvltod.
UHUilAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON
VV this nay. at 10>j o'clock, at the salesrooms No. AO
New Bowery, a lot of Household Furniture, consisting ol
mahogany and walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, Extension
Table, cane seat ana wooden Chairs, Budding, Crockery
and Ulasswarc, Ac.
WII.U1A.U WITIUM, AllVilllNKSK, Slil.ljS THIS I
day, at two o'clock, 451 Canal street, a large assortment
ot Household Furniture, l'arlor suits In rep* and
tirocatei, Bookcases, Wardrobes, bo las. Lounges, Ta.Mos,
-hairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus. Ac. Also, tapestry, Br us-/
els and ingrain Carpets, Oilclotlis, Mattings, ,te.; hair,
icisk and other Mattresses; leather Beds, Pillows, Bed- |
ling; also Counters, Desks and Office floods. Stoves, i
Jrockery, Ulass; Dining Room and Kitchen 17 ten si Is, I
BOABOBUU WA9TKU.
h ( To $C FEB WEBK FOB COMPORTABLY PWB <
ipT Disbud Koouis, with Board: house contains hot and 1
old water, gas anil bath ; location central, ?<J Chris- |
npher street, near Bleocker.
31 n TO $7 PER WEEK POK NICELY PPRNISIIED 1
i O Kooms, with Board; water In rooms: gas una
nth: American family ; neur Elevated Railroad station.
16 West Nineteenth street. '
Ut> lO till PKIt WEEK PORj KX. ELLENT BOAlilt
P'J and Rooms at J9 Washington place, between
iroadway and sijuure; table board en tak'en. '
OWAVERLEY PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY.Uatidsmne
trout Rooms, $14, $IG and (18, lor two i
ergons, with Board; no children; single Room. $7; also t
able board, $5; transient people taken.
.;tii st.. US WEST. ?HAMDSOBBliY Pi'KJi isiied
?< second or third floor front Rooms; all modern <
onvtmiences; large closets; location unexceptionable; t
nod table; terms moderate to permanent parties; refer- ?
uce*.
4 1H STREET, WEST, SIS.?TO LET. WITH
Hoard, two lame airy Rooms on second stor^;
iso large and small Rooms on third story.
I 4 Til STREET. 327 WEsK-WlTU BOARD, ELEL"t
?ant Booms for families, at moderate price?,
'hose wishing to arrange fur September can make libra!
arrangements, with first class utile, lor the winter.
17 WAVERLEY PLAOE.?DESIRABLE ROOMS. OJf
I I the flrst and. upper floors, tor families and sknffle
entlenn n. with first*class Board, at moderate rates;
elerence.s required. J
)Q EAST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.-A SMALL '
?i?/ private family will let. with Board, a few hand- t
ome Rooms with ample elosets, suitable for a family, '
l moderate prices; neighborhood desirable. I
J?> WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET. NEAR KIPTH 1
lO avenue.?Pa oily and single Rooms, with Hoard, .
t low prices durum tlio absence ot the permanent (
oarders; also ouc family Room for a permanency.
nWEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?BO tED, WITH
choice of handsomely furnished Rooms, en suite
r singly, to families or gentlemeu; good liberal table ; J
efercnccs exchanged; terms moderate. p
i m onvn ctbi-'I'T _ni vncouui v pimvicur/n 2
W Room*, with Board, to gentleman-and wife or
uiirli' gentlemen; table first clam-, .summer prices; iiouae I
ept by a outliern lady ; NfUMMb J
| ( | WK8T 8IXTKKNTH 8TREBT, BRTWEKN FIFTH* 51
ru and Sixth avennos.?Room* to let, with Hoard, to n
entieman and wife or single gentlemen; also two hall I
ooms; price modernte. t
' I WKST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?8TRANOERR If
t't vlsltlr>g the cllv will 4nri comfortable Rooms ami a
lod Bonrd nt the above address; single Room* lor genenien;
house Kept l).y 11 Southern ladv; references.
' I WEST NINTH -TKKI.T. BETWEEN FIFTH j
>TT and Sixth avenuea.?Handsomely furnished 1
oom*. with or without Breakfast, for gentlemeu, iu a
riTate tunuly ; terms moderate. "
'I MADISON AVKNL'K-H S NIISOMHI.Y KC'R- -1
X nlshed Second Floor* to let. en suite, with pnvatn 1
iblo or without; also connecting Room front, second '
ud third floor*, with first otass Board ; reiercncaa.
I - EAST TWENTY FOURTH STRERT.-TWO OKN- j
l't tlemen can 1>? accommodated with pleasant <t
ont Rooms and Hoarn; private family; location near ?
adlson 1'arlt; terms $-< per weak. j
4~ BAST K1KTY KIltST STKl'.KT, (INK l>OOH g
') from Lexington avenue.?A gtnall (amllv of
lutt* will rent a large Iront Room, on second or third 1
i>or, to a gentleman and wife, or two ladles, with .1
oard; the house ha* all modern convuiiteucaa and i* a
xlctly private; ieferenc.ua exchanged. I
rQ WKRT TWENTY-FIRST STRRBT, BKTWEE.V '
>)0 Sixth and Seventh avenue*.?A small family of J
ilnlt* having more room than thiy require, will let two k
,rgc Room*on ?econ?l tloor, lo two gentlemen ami tholr ?
ives, with or without Roarxi: all modern conveiuenoea; 7
tfcrence* given and required. ?
m/i WK8T FOURTH 8TRRBT.?FURMSHKD *
A/U Boom* to let, with Board ; terma $j and $6 par
n
EAST THIRTY SIXTH STREET.-A LADY J
AtJj can have Hoard and nursing during sicknuM
ith an experienced nurae; beat of doctor*' reference.
Mr#. BBoW.V.
M 1 WEST FIFTVTHIRI> STREET.?A PRIVATE 1
j*?L family will let to gentlemen or gentleman ?n?
Ife, noatlv tnrnished front Room on second floor aud ?
rvo Meala; locution very pleaaant, near Central f
ark:
>/\>7 WEST TWKNTY-BKOOWD HTREKT.?A HtJIT
M I | of Room* to let, with or without Board; alao a
ont Hoom on second rtoor, handsomely ftirnUhcd.
>{'1 WEST THIRTY.FIRST 8TRKRT. - I.AkdK
>l).L well rumlsiied Honms, convenient closet*, wnh j
ccotlent Hoard, for gentlemen and thetr wives and I
n?le gentleman; locaUun unexceptionable . reiereucet Y
iBhaimd (
L D.
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
BOAKI> AMI) MJDGINO WANTED.
AN SLDEKLiV OBKTLIMil OF USPBOTABIUTT
desire* Room, with Board, la the family ot it widow
lady; no other lodgers or boarder*. Address, mating
terms, 4c.. COUHTRHY, Herald ofBce.
VAT ANTKD?ROOMS, WITH BOA KD, FOR THKKK
?? person*. lady and two children (14 and 15). in Harlem.
Address K. A., UoJw 1H4 l'ont office.
\\TANTKH-A UKMhhMAN AND W1FK DKtilKK
tt Rooius and I'ourd with a private tamllv or where
very lew other hoarder* are taken; rooms must he nicely
furnish* 1 and with sunny exposure; prefer to b? la the
vicinity of Thirtv-eixntli street near sixth avenue if
Milted will lie p?rniauent: will not pay over $10 uer
week Address, with lull particular!!, 1> O. I.., box 473
Fort offlee.
1VTANTKD.?A IJKMLBMAN WANTS A Tl.Vfllj?
tT Room and lull Hoard: location convenient to Madinoii
or Union square. Address, statin* terms, VV hox
147 Herald uftlee.
BROOKLYN BOARD, /'
m COL I'M III A HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN. NEAR
Wall street IVrry.?Pleasantly situated Rooms
Tor family, with ISoard.
HOTIU,
Aorkat REi'CCTION IN PRICKS.?VRAN"KrORT
House, corner of Frankfort and William streets;
250 cool, light Kuoiim, 25, 34 and SO cunt* cacti; ifeuUemeu
and lamiUes.
FAMII.V Iiori.l.-KI'UOPKAS PLAN-EI.EOANTLY
ttirnlMlieil Hihuiis and Suit* of Room*. lor taimlies ami
gentlemen; krmi moderate; Rooms Iran-lent tor
transfers. s3 and :< '? \\ ? hi Fourteenth street.
Grant iioise, 48 VHW bowery.-pku i.k renuoed.
150 rooms, clean and well wntilafed; no
bug*; smelt- rooms, It I cent* pur uigbt; double rooms, $1'
to *1 50; open day and niiflit.
01ROVK UOPSK. 178 BLEECKER STREET, NEAR
T Broadway.?Fine Rooms, with excellent Board,
tl 60tof2 per'day, $o to $10 per week; shaded grounds
forcroquet. Ac.
NEW ENGLAND HOTEL 30 BOWERY. ? <>RNER
Bayard street.?20() linht Rooms, neutlv furnished,
40c, to A1., per ulgtu, to $3 per week; lor Kvutlemeu
only.
COUNTRY BOABP.
Arches place, dohbs perry, n. y.?a few
Rooms to let, liv ibe week or the rest ol the season;
taole tlrai class; references exchanged. Address u R_
Archer plane, ltolit>s Kerry, N. Y.
At the most healthful, desirable, Accessible.
retired and delightful location on the Hudson,
a lew rooms will be disennatred this week Apply
iimmunu'i/ iu iur. r. a. 'u h.u ? uuaiu siruui,
room IS.
ATTARRYTOWS-TvYO YEBY DESIRABLE ROOMS
wltfihotand cold water, and tlr?t class Board tilt
September IS, can be had by addressing TALMaiIE, box.
313 Pout office. Tarrytown.
A?BOARD WANTED IN A GOOD COUNTRY LOC4
tion, nut far trom the city (along the Ilndsoit River
or Harlem Railroad preferred), tor two small families;
terms must be reasonable. Address, giving exact particulara,
XCELANJJ. Herald office.
Board at a farm iiouse-neau kpkkern
Mation, 32 mile* from city via Eric Kail road : a lew
mora adults can be accommodated: horse* uml carriage*
to let or boarded. The proprietor may be seen r -d?i at
481 Sixth avenue, from 9 A. M. to 4 1'. M? or address L. D.
N. CUE. Suffern, N. Y.
Bay shore, l. i.-partirs can be pleasantly
accommodated with Board. Apply to Mr. R ,1.
COX, Wand 01 Mai Jen lane; or to Mrs. P'ec K WILL, Bay
hliore.
CIOUNTRY BOARD, ORANGE COUNTY?LABOR
J farm house, uoid n!r, mountain scenery, near depot
d. B. HOWELL, Salisbury Mills, or cure C. ii.
Oliver, No. I Park place.
CIOUNTRY BOARD WANTED-HY A SINGLE <?EN
J tleman, where his society and services would lie
considered equivalent to his board; best of reference*
given. Address (confidentially), any time witliin o ie
week, & O. MURK, box 130 Herald Uptown Branch
othee.
PitEfflHTWpiJO. ?onE MCE room, WITH RUT
j class Board, lor gentleman and wife or Mnule gen.
t|em?o; terms moderate Apply oi> Palisade avenue,
opposite Presbyterian church, or adJre*. box 121 Post
oWw, MVWWOod.
fior first CLAMS board ADDRESS QOUUtV
aim. Greenwich, Conn.
GTOOD COUNTRY ROARD-OiV THE HA) HOKE,
T Long Inland, in n Kreneh family; first da*? house;
terms very moderate: boating nna fislniiv- Addr-??
LONO ISLAND, Ileruld office.
(lOOD COI .VTRY HOARD I'AV RK HAD IT N. H.
I T Pierfon's, Novae, three miles from Say liar or, near
the great Pecoitir Bay; good tint >i 1 nx, (liiiliu, boating
mid gunning can be had ; terms $7 per week l>>r adults ;
half price tor children; refer to Mr. I lllCUPS poKK
M I'S, 2G4 and Caual struct N. Y.; cartage free u> and
front depot or boat.
GOOD UOVNTRY HOARD?PIVE MIMTK- KltOM
water; surf or still bathing; terms J* per week: via
Long Island Riilroad to Qiioau" depot. Andreas I.
KOt;KFELLOW, Atlanticvllle, sutTolk county. L. 1,
\flA???>VP. HCKTrtK. JAMESPORT, LONO ISLAM*.
iV*. ,ih flow open tor t.ie reception of city guest*.?l<argt,
airy rooms; shade; rrmjuet grounds; within a stone's
throw of the water; splendid tlshinir and bathing; terras
niodcrute. Address I. SliYMOUR CORW1N.
OHCAWAN \ LAKE HOtUE?OVERLOOK I N<i the
beautilul lake ol that name, in the mountains above
Peeksklll; fishing shooting, boating; no mosquitoes;
Board hy the week irom #10 to $13. Address AlliAII
LEE, Proprietor, Peeksklll. S. Y. Post oftlee.
CARATruiA KPIMXCS.-HRST CLASH BO-VRO. AT
O moderate prices, in one of the mom desirable localities
In tins village, Ad dress R. C LI I' KCIU li,, Saratoga
Springs,
UTBITBOTOKB.?THE ELEOA.NT LATE CO PET* IT
VV scat of Stewart Brown, Esq., on shore at White
'tone, L? L, one Hour from the Cit.v Hail by 42 tr?i:is
lailv; staole. hoai and bathing houses; "lawn and
.'rounds, .HA acres laid out; a charming view of the
viund; I able and house first class; lioaril for families
and single gentlemen. For lull particulars and photographs
Inquire of JOHN <>. HItJtJiNK. No. 7 I'ine street,
or on the premises, or addrtws UOR1 N'SWOOl). bo* 28
WhJtestonc Post office; boat landing tivIce eaeti day.
Carriages to convey guests to aud from the depot.
WANTED?AT MoXTC I.AIR, N. BY A SINflLR
gentleman, Koom. with brc.iktast ana tea. Ajjro-H
WtTLr'OKD.JIerald oftlcc.
VI f ANTED?CO UN T R Y BOARD KOR TWO FAMILIES
m one ot seven and the other six persons. Addre??,
with tall particulars us to mean-1* or cummiinicatiou,
frrns, Ac., W. \V. M.. Herald office.
WANTED?BY A WIDOW LADY, RESIDING IN
Newburg, aeottplo of children to Board; noother
:hl)dr?n In the fnmilv; reference. Apply a taxi Lcxtagon
avenue, second floor.
HUMMER RESORTS.
?HOTEL KENIMOBE, COOPF.RSTOWN,
Otsego county, N. Y.,
is open for iniecs.
Board S3 per day.
A liberal arrangement man*
witli
permanent families and traveller agent*.
JAMiiS BUN Y AN, Proprietor.
Brighton ikui.-k, on the bkacii at perth
Amboy, N. J. ?Nine trains by ftbltehS'll street; fare
ttc.; grove, lawn", lruit trees: all popular amuseucnts;
$M t? $15 per week. II. H. KliNJ\ I'toorietor.
f 'ATSKIIilj MOI NHAINS. ? WHITE SULPHUR
IV Hprinnw House is now open; term* $5 per week.
*eteronoe?George L Dlossy, ut? Nassau street; Henry
'.osentieim, 475 Broadway. New York; or addresi W. N.
jENNON, Proprietor, tiairo, Greene "comity, N. Y.
MOZZBNS' WEST POINT HOTEL
\J is now open.
EDWARD CQ77ENS, Proprietor.
AGLESWOOD PARK HOTEL, ON THE SHORE AT
Ci Perth Amlioy. N. J ?200 acres of aroves, lawns^
ymnaslcnn and all the amusements, first class faiuiljr
lotol; $8 to $12; nine trains by Whitehall street, fare.
Scent* Mrs. P. V. KENT, Proprietress.
H REOORY HOUSE, LAKE MAHOPAC. N. V.
JT July HI, 1"<T<.?KIcBaut In .It* appointments and loated
on one oi the finest lnke? Iti the world. The health
>( tin- place lit pcrtect iii ever/ particular, and there are
10 mo>qnitor* The lion* will be kept open Hi is year
in til September 20. Speda-I rate* made to familie* wishng
to remain until the end of the season Alt vegeHide*.
milk uud cream from th? large farm connected
rtth tho hotel. \aclitin?, boauna. tlslmiis, driving,
lowllng and billiard*. munc and hops eveiy morning
j?d availing, four train* daily, via Harlem lUilroad.
8. 11 CRITTKWPSSt.
Harrington HorsK?drmarest, n. j., hn
Northern New Jersey Railroad, toot Chamber* and
'wenty-Uiiru street terries. Term* moderate
AUMWE CRANBY.
kjTONTOLAlR, N. .? -ASHI.ASW HALL, THRKE KIN.VI
ure? tVotn ilepot, ha-" excellent accn'nttiodatlon.
vinter and *niiimer. lor families or ?iiiiflo gentlemen;
ilenty of shade, fruit, .lc.; term* reasonable.
f \RIENT POINT HOUnE. ORIENT POINT. L. I.,
1/ now/open, situated on the eitrome en.I of I.ong
.Mland, fronting on the Sound and tlardlner'* Bay. iromcllately
on the water. Splendid sea bathiint, driving and
ailini: Ashing nn*urpa*sed. Reached by I-ong Islnnd
Jallroad from Jaines slip; also per steamer W. W Oolf,
rom foot of Wall street Send for circular. Term* react)
able. M. H. PAHi^tNH.,
RIVERSIDB HOUSE CARM ANSVlI.LB ON THE
Hudnon.?The coolest. healthiest, mo*t oreemiible
lid cheapest lintel; *1 minutes from the llntle rv via
iterated and Hudson River railroad* to loot or l&ftl
treet. Q. HUNCALK, Proprietor.
"tOUTH SIPK HOTEL, AMITYVtLLB, U I., OVBR>
looking the Ureal South Bay; term* (torn $13 to tlft
er week. Vr.<. K. C. KItfU A HON.tProprletora.
JEVBN 9PRINO* MOUNTAIN HOUSE, MONROE,
i Ornnire county. N. Y.?On? and a half hoars front
ew York. No rao*QUlioea or
B. R_V ATI,L A CO.
NUB LAURELrO.V, COLD SPBtBO HARBOR, L. 1.,
I handsomely located?Oood boating, Ashing and
?thine, elegant drive*, stable* attached; room*
lite or dingle. JOHN B? TKRRY, Proprietor.
Posi office Cold spring Harbor, U. I.
JI7E8T BHD HOTEL, PORT "VAKH1NOTON, OPPO"?
*?<* the I'alwadea-Iu ?r. it* appointment* flr?t
>a**; located on a shady knoll, rlvtna charming vitwa
I the Hodaon River, arid convenient to all bnsiuVaacen*a
by train* to rnirticth nreet and Elevated Railway
> Bowling Greeni private naMing.
OHAELEB H. SHELLEY.
WANTED TU PUHTH*ii.
attentiomT cioar dkaukr* ?jn> tosacoo.
m*ta.-Wanted to purchase, the Oood III, Block..
^*ttre* and Lease ?* * * " *M*t>Uahcd and well
orated Otgar Hture large or null fUt? Drlr > i.wiraiM
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