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WHOLE NO. 13,865. ' _ 4 MUCTOKT Vtlt IDVEETISEaS* A muhkBENTS?#?oowi> P*tf?-Ktr?t and aecoiid colafltko?xkly?Swxjud Paob?Ptrwt column. BILLIARDS?Second Pack?ecuurt column. BOARDERS WANTKD?Sbtehth Pack?'Kurd column. BOARD AND LODOINO WANTED?Sbtehtm Pa<j?? Third coluaui. BROOKLYN BOARD?Sbtkwth Paok?Ttoira column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR bALK-Kira PaciFonrtb column. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES? NJWTH Paob. BDHLNKB8 NOTIOKH? Firm Pauf.?rtlxth column. CITY SEAL ESTATE KOB BALE?Kimsr i'ac*.-Fourth , column. CLBBKH AND SALESMEN?Sbtbhtb PAas-Second column. COA.CHMEN AND OARDENBBS?tibvb*ni Paob?Second column. OOASTWISB 8TBAJMHIPS-8evbbth tinm-FUHi colOOPAURT&BE8inP8-Niimi Paob. COUNTRY BOARD?Mbvbbth Pace?Third column. DBNTI8TRY?Fibet Page?Sixth column. DWELLING HOUBRB TO UST, FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED? Fibet paoe-Fiftlj column. JBUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Sbvketb Paue?Fourth column. 8UROPE?Ptest Page? Sixth column. XCURBJONS?Sihtutth Page?Sixth coin mil. rtNANCIAL-nuth Pace. FOR SALE?Sbcoed Paob?Second column. FURNISHED ROOM8 ANLi APARTMEN 1*8 TO LET? Kim* Pace?Pirth column. SRNITURR?Shooed Pack?Second column. .LP WANTED?FEM ALES?Set both i-aue?First and second column*. biu* wANTKD?m ALUS?Bbtknth Paue?Third column. fOB&bS, CARRIAGES. AC.?Pibst pion-Thlrd column. OTKLS?Seventh Paue?Third column. OUrtEH. ROOMS, Ad, WANTED?flbht Page?Fifth INRTRtJtfF/tlN-PnisT Paob?Second oolnrun. LRCTURB SEASON?Second Paok?First column. A.BOAL NOTICES?Fibet Paob?Filth column. LOAN OFPiCBS?Fibst j"age?Fourth column. LOST AND FOUND?Pi hut Page?First sncl second colnmna. MACHINERY?Second Paok?Second column. MARBLE MANTELS?Second Page?Second column. MATRIMONIAL?second PAiw-Second column. MEDICAL?Hecoict) Pace? Plrst column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVRKTISEMh.NT8?Teeth PACE? Sixth column. _ 5I8CBLLANBOU8?Fiin Paob?Fifth column. UHICAL?Second Page? Flwt column. ? NEW PUBLICATIONS? Firrn Pack?Sixth column. NEWSPAPRRS-Puut PAo?-Fourth column. PERSONAL?PiimT Pace?First cutumn. PIANOFORTES, ORGAN'S, AC.?Seooed Pace-First column. PROPOSALS?seteirrh Page?Sixth column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES? Setbhth Pace?First column. FBOPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOB SALE OB TO BENT?Fibet Pass?Fourth column. wat. ESTATE TO EXCHANGE? Fibet Pace?Fourth column. MEAL ESTATE WANTED?Fibet Pace?Fourth column. RELIGIOUS NOTICES?First Page? First ooluum. REWARDS?Fibst Page?Second column, ALEE AT AUCTION?Fibst Pace?Sixth column. situations WANTED?FBMALES?Bbvehth paor? First column. _ _ situations i wanted?males?smm face? SPECIAL notick??First Pao*?Second column. SPOUTING?DOGS, BIKDS, AC.?Fi*r PAca-Third column. SUMMER EE80BTS?a?vur*H P*as?Third and fourth OOtUIQM IBB TRADED n???.?tii Pas*?Third column. TUB TUBF?PiaaT Pica?Third column. TO let *ob business pcbp08b8?fuwt Pact? Fifth column. TBAYKLLBBtf GUIDE?Sbvuth Paw?Fttth and sixth column*. dkfukmsuki) rooms and apaethknts to let? Fibsx Paok? Fifth column. wanted TO PCRCHASK?First Pao??Third column WBSTCHESTKR COUNTY PBOl'EBTY FOB BALK OB l'o LET?Fiest Pao?? Fourth column. WINKS, IilQOOBH, AO.?Kirnn Pack?.-#cond colnmn. Yachts, steamboats, ta-fmii Paub?secaud coiv umn. FAJU8 AGENCY OF THE WKW YORK HERALD. vfbssra kbemeb a oo , amebic an beoisteb, have been appointed paris agents fob the mew yobk hkbald. they will supply dealebb with copies Of the hebald, and auk) SINGLE NUMB KB 3 OF THIS PAPEB, TO PABTIES KEQUIB1NG THEM. _ PEBSOMAL. ~ Ashland housb bkstaurant, fbioay moknlnft.?Will young ladj who took breakfast pic axe mHaw crpnfloiimn at nnvfr toM? ?a .?.??? ?. )m? ?rt,.*iulnt mice. Address, mentioning some incident, HOVER, Herald office. < ??? . AB. C.?CALL AND SEE ME PERSONALLY, OB ? aend yonr address; ?trlctly confidential. F. T. Both letters received to-day.-will pars Saturday morning, usual time. Am much disappointed. SEVENTY-SIX. C^HEBHUNT-JOHN CHARLES PEABCE 18 EARNJ e?tly entreated to write hi* friends to relieve their anxiety. ?JHRI8TIAN K. BOSS.-3M MARKET bTBBET. 11. OEORGIANA M. CROSBY, OF 40 BEDFORD street, in at the Catskills. W. C~?\OLIi LKTl BB BECB1YKD. 125 WEST J . Thirty-second. G. C. INFORMATION IS WANTED?OF AMELIA. WILHKL. mina, Elizabeth or Louisa Grewunder, daughters of Angust Grewauder. They were formerly in the Foster Mouse. Newark, N. J. By applying to the undersigued they will hear ot something to their advantage. A. P. WHITEUEAD. No. 6 Wall street, New York. If ROBERT HAWKINS OR ANN "HAWKINS OR HaRnettPort, who came to this country from Uawkhurst, Kent, England, will write to their brother, JOHN POUT, In care ot Mr. T. G. George, West Troy, N. Y., they will confer a great tavor. J' Sr~pr-BE BUBE~ AND COMB; DON'T DISAP ^plnt F. JOHN & ADAMS, LAI B OF LYONS, N. Y.?IF TITli should meet his eye will lie send his address to box 6(3 Post office. Boston. OVE?WILL MEET YOU AT THE HAMILTON terry, Brooklyn side, atti o'clock this evening, rain or shine. J. b.MiTll. M" ISSINO FKOM IIOMK?SINCE THIS AFTERNOON. Emll Opeuliym, aged thirteen; lair complexion, err curly brown balr and Roman nose; wore iinen coal or blue cioth Jacket, dark pants and black nnd white mixed straw hat. No punishment if he returns to hta home. No. 15 East Eightieth street Other city paper* please copy. BTCOULTER WILL PLEASE CALL ON HIS OLD friend "G." immediately; important business concerning old matters. N" o7"5fTs IN PHILADELPHIA; WILL BE IN NEW York Monday and Tucaday; same old place, at 8 each evening. OI8TER-YOUR LETTER RECEIVED. IT HAS O made tne very unhappy. 1 objected to go to the ? plaee suggosted, uh It was imprudent. Without waiting one moment to make other arrangement you rushed off I was nick in my room the next day. livery promise I have made hss been sacredly kept, and I am taitlitnlly and truly your own, MaOOIK. gYMS?SATURDA Y~ ITH AUGUST, AT 801. ~ ILL PAY THE (JENTS WHtT STOLB MONEY, Wearing Apparel, Ac., from house corner of 140th street and Alexander avenue, Mott Haven more for the Udles' wear than they can sell it for, and no questions asked. They can keep the money, and give me a call en hew Year's Day. Addiess "CONFIDEi*C.ii" Post office, Mott Haven. RB1.I6101IM NOTICES, ALL SAINTS' PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL~CHLRCH (Rev. Wm, M. Dnnnell. rector). Henry street, corner team me II, New York.?Service every Sunday morn Ing at 10>i, and every Sunday evening at 7}* The rector ' w preach. AT DE UARMO HALL. 82 FIFTH AVENUE. OORner Fourteenth street?Sundav, 10:30, 8. P. Andrews; 3:30 conference; 7:45. Mrs. Abbv N. burnham. Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, S. P. Andrews. At THE BOOTH BAPTIST CHURCH, WE>T TWENtv-flfth street?Preaching August 9, hy the Rev. Or. Oraves, of Manchester, N. H., at 10>6 A. m. Bedford street methodist episcopal charcn, corner of Bedford and Morton streets.? rmciuuE lo-murruw, bi a. jh. una i *4 r. n. uy iwv. Dr. Mlley, 01 Drew Semiuary. Seats free. All are invited. Church of1 disciples op ohrist, twentyetghtb itreet, near Broadway.?Rev. z. t. Sweeney, ?f Columbus, Ind., will preacb morning and evening. The public cordially Invited. Da DEEMS TO PREACH AT CHURCH OP TUB Strangers, Mercer streot. near Waverley place, to morrow, at 10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P M. Morning?' Christ la Alpha and Omega." All goats free. Open all summer. Bouse pbotkstante prancaise. calvary Chapel, Ponrth avenue, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets.?Service la held every Sunday morning at 10:4ft by lie v. E. BoreL Heats free. LEXINGTON AVBNUEMKTnonfHT KPtftCOPA L church, corner Fifty-second street J. B. Wnkely castor ? Preaching by J. P. Richmond on Sabbath morn ing and evening. Sabbath school at 2 o'clock P, M. NEW YORK PRB8BYTERXAM CHURCH, WEST Eleventh street, between Sixth and Seventh avenoe*.?services morning and evening. Preaching by Rev. 0. C. Lucas. Pilgrim baptist church, thirty-thiko street, west of Eighth avenue.?Rev. J. Spencer Kenuurd. pastor, will nreach on Sabbath morning at 10)fc and evening at A cordial welcome to alL Rev. dr. hartzell will preach in thb Church of onr Saviour (Sixth Universalis!), Plfly",r*?V "ear Eighth avenue, Sunday morning, at IDJ4 educk. CHCOND MISSION BAPTIST CHUBCH. CORNER kJUrand and Clinton.?rtev. Dr. Jones, Sunday School mMionarv of Virginia, will preach In the morning, al and In the eveulng at 7:4ft. SKl.P.LI,ry LC,AMP OROUNIX?RI.V. DR. NELSON ElJj?r?*eh ln ,n* 'fahernacle, snndav at 10:30 A M. ?w?tinuTten dayV nmeUn(t ?P?M Wednesday evening, to HTREET METHODIST EPI8tX)PAL n^?r^5:.??ar < Institute. ?Rev. Charles B. Salafr/M morning and evening. Ail are invited. v LOW Am) POIIKO. JjlOUND?IN A CAR ON THE ERIR KAILROAD, A 1 package of Money, which the owner can ohtaln at tbe Pafr Deposit Company of New York, 140 Broadway, on dayerlblng properly aatfl paving exp?ns?a ol a^lvsr E NE . NEW 1 LOST ASOVOVBO. FOUNlClN FOURTEENTH "JTRKBT 8TAOE, A l'ocketbook. Owner can obtain the same, on paying ad vertineiuent, at J. W. ODWltliU'H, 11# Kwi fourteen I h street. LOST-ON THE 8TH, A (UNARY BIRD. THE finder will be snitably rewarded by bringing him to 109 Went Twenty-seventh streefr LOHT?FRIDAY, COMING FROM HERALD OFFICE to the Aator House, a l'ocketbook, containing letters and valuable document*. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning it to R. W. ALBKHT, at Carring ton A Co.'a, No. S Bowling Green, hw York. L- OHT?ON 8TEAM KR CORNWALL, ON TUESDAY. 4th I nut., a black CaMimofc (beaded) Saeque, trimmed with lace. The tinder will please return it to QUO. D. ARTHUR A CO., St Wallstreet OST?A TIN BOX, CONTAflnNO LETTERS AMD small Trinkets, ot no value e&eept to owner. Please return to W. MILLER, 72 Kaaaiiatreet, corner of John, L08T?ON OOIKO UP TOWH^'lHUitSDAY EVKIfing, lu a Third avenne ear, a Memorandum Book, of no value to the finder. By ratarping it to 368 Urand street a reward will be paid. L"TTBT?BETWEEN BERGRN AID NEW YORK. VIA Cortlandt street ferry, yesttway (Pridav) morning, gold Locket containing pbotocrmna. Finder liberally rewarded on returning same to OSuNBY, 340 Broadway, New York. > LOHT-A PROMISSORY HOTfl, DRAWN AND IN(lortort by John Krukine A Co., No. 47, dated July 2o, for Kl)0, payable at the People's Bank. The public are cautioned against negotiating tM tame an payment has been mopped. Exue unes will b? Bald to the finder on iu return to JOHN BRSKINE A Oft, 307 Canal street. LOST-FRIDAY, IN OOINO PioM HARLEM DOWN town, a void v'leeve Button, Heard pattern, nt with chip diamonds. The tinder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at MEAD'S real estate 138th street and Third avenue. LOST?}T~GOLD PRIZB MEDAL, ON THIRTIETH streot. between Slxtn and Seventh avenues. A reward will be paid for its return to 907 sixth avenue. __ KEWAllON AO RlTwARD.-LEPT IN THE EIGHTH AVENUE car No. 11, at Pifty-nialh street, a Map ol tne vll logo of HolbrooK, on the 31st of July. Whoever will return it to A. McCouer. 1<S Pulton street, shall receive the above reward. A. McCuTTER. (Jin REWARD.?A POCKBTBOOK OONTAININO tID 1U sumotmonev. Ac., was left yesterday ou a shelf at thrstamp delivery end oftbe Poet Offlco lobby. The above reward will be given to any one delivering same to Mr. JOHN BKO.sNAN, 143 Pulton street, N. Y. (tin REWARD.?LOST, FROM THB NEW HAVEN ?P1.U baggage room, a small canvas-covered Trunk, marked W. II 0., containing only boys' clothes tor sokool. Return to 107 East forty-sixth street. EC REWARD WILL BB PAID FOB THB BKTURN i) to D. Egberts' Sons, 74 Wall street, of an old Watch and Chain, Robert Roskell, No. 42,279, lost at the railroad depot, Saratoga, on Thursday evening, July 16. La.it oalL dkl f|A REWARD?LADY'S GOLD HUNTING CASE ?1UU Watch, No. 14,993. engine tamed, Bueglin Hourltt maker; also heavy chatelaine Chain and Pin, taken from 106 South Ninth street, Williamsburg. Saturday, July 25. The above reward will be paid lor the return of the articles, and no questions asked, to PRANK THYON, 26 Nassau street, diy, or lot South Eighth street, Williamgbnrg. TtRWASl) OP 175 PAID AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED XV for return of green leather Bag, marked L. a A., with content*, M> *. V. ALEXANDRE, 83 Broadway. Reward.?a black horse, about i?x hands high, white bind foot, white spots on back, hired August!; a liberal reward will be paid for information thM will lead to its recovery. N. C. HUNTER, No. 17 Jones street SPECIAL WOT1CBB. A~~ ?THE AMERICAN REGISTER, the matt widely circulated of the American journals published In Europe. A capital medium Cor American advertisers addressing themselves to European patronage. Indispensable to all persons visiting Great Britain an the European Continent Subscriptions and advertisements for the AMERICAN REGlsThR will be received and single copies of the paper may be obtained at the office ot the New York Herald, New York. A -SODA WATER. MINERAL WATERS, GINGER . Ale, sparkling Wines; manufacture ot complete outfits ot Apparatus and Materials, with lull instructions; all departments ot manufacture, bottling and dispensing; exclusive Rights in desirable territory; catalogues tree. JOHN MA'lTHEWd, First avenue, Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh streets. New York. A -CATARRH, DI8CHARQE FROM NOSTRILS, OF. tensive breath, sore throat cough, hawking, spittlnu, Ac., spcedilv and effectually cured. Dr. DE KREMEN, 48 West Fourth street, near University place. Pamphlet sent tree. A -*250,WW TO BR GIVEN AWAY. The second and last Grand Gift Concert tn aid of the Masonic h e lie t Association at Norfolk, Va., will take place on September S, 1OT4, at the Opera House in the city of Norfolk, Vu. Tickets and Information furnished at the brunch office of the Association. 78 and 80 Broadway, room 26. New rork. Post office box 1,417. A?official. drawings Of kentucky state Lotteries. KKfirticET, anrnt class 11&?acoojt 7. IOTA 0. 24. 68, 30. 82, M, ?, <1, S3, 3. KcifTOCar. class 118?aoodst 7. 1874. 41, 76. 33, 39. 66. 31, 86, 14. 28, ti, 13, 38. 24, ?7, 21. sbblby* kxt1la class S7t-accost /. 1874. 18, ?. 42. 3, 46. IS, 49, 17. 88. 77. SBSLDT, CLASS 372?AUUUST 7, 1874. 19. M, 2, li7, 44. 74, 20, 26, 61, 5S, 76, 42, 49, 34. 73. Address J. CLUTE. No. 200 Broadway, No. 163 Fulton street, No. 2 Park row, or Post office box 4.969, New York B?KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.?INFORMATION and circulars sent (roe. All orders promptly attended to. Address it. W. CARPENTER, box 3,976 Post office, Hew York. QHICAGO, AUGUST 4, 1874. Messrs. Tsbwilliokr A Co.. 100 Maiden lane, New York Gbntlzmm?Your letter of the 27th nit. making Inquiry in regard to onr Safe was duly received, and we take pleasure in stating that the sate has again stood the test remarkably well. We pave vou a certificate alter the Ureat Fire ot 1871 on the same Sate, and wo have again to say thai we beliove it io be the best Safe In use in Chicago. It preserved its contents In better condition than either of our other .safes, or the vault, which was Hm claa*. We sincerely hone and trust wo may not again be called upon to speak from experience on this subject: but nntll wo are we shall place great confidence in oar noble old Terwllltger. Yours truly. <JILE8 BEOS. A CO. Ci old and silver refiner.? s, schawel, 25 T John street, near Broadway. Gold and Sliver and any articles containing Uold bought ?t market price. Fine Gold ana Stiver sold to manufacturer*. Henry a. daniels. m d.. 144 Lexington avenue, near Twenty ninth street?Special attention to the diseases of men. __ Havana and gehman government drawings.?Information given and price lUt furnished. THKODOR ZSCUOCH, 116 Nassau street, New York. Lock box 5,594. ^ Havana and oerman lottery.?important inlorinntlon given us to cashing of prizes, Ac., Ac. E. SON NBN BERG, box 190 New Haven, C#nn^ Post office. i Havana lottery.?free information and circulars given and sent Address J. B. MARTINEZ i co., Bankers, lOWail street New York. Tost office box 4,685. Notice is hereby given that the stockholders of "The Central Cross-Town Railroad Company ot New York" will hold their meeting in the city of New York, at No. 'it William street, room No. 10, on Tuesday, August It 1874, at 12 o'clock noon, for the election of a Board of Directors and three Inspectors of Election tor the ensuing year. KMMETT D. HORR, N*w Yorx, August^ 7.1871 Secretary. POSTPONEMENT.-THE FIFTH AND LAST DRAWing of Public Library of Kentucky has been postponed to Novembers), 1874. Positively no further delay. $2,500,000 cash will be distributed in 20,000 gifts. Tickets, $50; halves, $25; tenths. 5. Applv to THUS. B. BRAMLETTE, Agent or THOti. H. HAYS A CO., 609 Broadway. Royal havana lottery.?9450,000 every seventeen days. Circulars of full information furnished tree. New scheme out. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers, 11 Wall street. New York, The evening telegram has a laroer circulation. CONTAINS MORE NEWS THAN ALL THE OTHER EVENING PAPERS COMBINED, AMD CAN BE POUND ALL OVER THE CITY AND SUBURBS. TWO CENTS. t&lfWl fkflA ~ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.?OF?iUvf.l/UU. flclal drawings ou ftle ; $410,000 cash girts; circulars, with mil particular*, sent Ireo. Address P. C. DEVLIN, Stationer and General Agent 80 Liberty street, New YorkdhC7Q IN LEUAXIZBD KENTUCKY STATE I OtUv/U Lottery?Prizes cashed and Information ft'/on ; office established XII vears. Address BALKY k CO., 174 Broadway. Box 4,?Mf Post office. YACHTS, HTKAIH BOATS. <fcC. For sale?schooner yacht jkmue; length Mfeet; boam 14 Itot: in complete order. Apply to a A B. POILLON. 2* Sooth street. BM)R HALE?THE FAST YACHT VBHT4; LENTH 100 feet, Iwam 28 feet, hold 8 feet: thoroughly equipped and warranted sound; will be sold low. Apply to C. A K. POILLON, 224 South street 1 fiiifii ~ BOATS ON HAND AND SPOON OARSJ.UU Sholl, Club, Whltehsll, Metallic Lifeboats and Ships Boats, at .168 and 375 South street and 114th street, Harlem River. STEPHEN ROBERTS. fNMTRirCTlON. ~ Freehold institute, freehold, n. j.-por _ Boya Bey. A. Q. CHAMBERS. Principal. PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACADEMY. CHESTER, Pa., opens September 0. Civil Engineering, the Classics and English thoroughly taught Kor circulars apply to M. BOGART, Esq., No. 3 Nassau street New York, or to Colonel THI.onolth HYATT, President. WANTED-A GERMAN LADY, KAMII.I AR Willi teaching (he German, French ana English languages, as also the piano, in a private family whore she will receive good treatment and a talr salary. Address, with uaine and references. Poat office box 4,017. W1WKS, LHtUOEg, 4tC. ENTtJCKY WHIBKEY, 8 TO 12 YEARS OLD. COGnao, Peach and Apple Brandy, Clarets, Champagnes, sparkling Cognac; absolutely nure liquor* only : sole agenu tor the Spanish hherries of Gorman A Co., or '?Ddon. OXO. E. 11, URAY A co.. No. 31'uk row. W YO rORK, SATURDAY, AUGUS' SPOKTIWQ?POQB, BIH.PS, AC. FOR HALR CHEAP?KINK BNOLIBH GUNS; A GENtleman's outfit; a* Rood m new. one breech-toading, C. K., top action, 12-90, 7J? lbs.; very One gun for Rummer and tall shooting: one muzzle-loader, splendid duck and pigeon Gun, 9-30, about 9 lbs. To be soun at GENEZ'B, Gunsmith, No. 9 Chambers street 1 PIGEON MATCH?BETWEEN J. P. ROBEB80N, OK i Brooklyn, and John H. Outwater, of New Jersey. at 2? birds. 21 yards rise and 80 yards boundary, will take place at the Becaucus track, on Maturday. August 8, 1874. The S o'clock train on the Erie Railroad will stop. THE REMAINDER OK KRANCIH RUTLEK'fl VALU. able Dogs are selling at a sacrifice, corner Prospect and Bremen streets, Brooalyn, R. I>. Butler's Munge Cure and Plea Exterminator for sale at BAOOT'8, No. SI Pnrton street, New York; price 73cents. WANTED?A BIM.L AND TERRIER DOO. APPLY at 38 Greenwich avenue. THE Tl'HF. " Liiisisrwuui) ABMjciiATiun?nunts.-<jwino to F conflicting with other Associations, the Fleetwood Association heret>v change" the days for holding their Kail Meeting to the 2Hth, 29th and 30tli of September and the 1st, 2d and 3d of October. JAMES DATKR, President NEW DORP OLUB GROUNDS, BTATEN ISLAND, Saturday .August 1A> 1874.? Purse $100?*60 to Arm, $23 to second, $15 to third horse. Open to all hones that have never benten three minutes, % track heats: best 3 in 5, in harness. Entrance* to be made to proprietor in writing, with ten per cent, on or before Monday, August 10, at? o'clock P. M. U R. KYKRH, Proprietor. POOLS SOLD THIS MORNING?AT JOHNSON'S, NO. 1.187 Broadway, corner Twenty-eighth street, on the running races at Saratoga: also Paris Mutual Pools. T. 3. JOHNSON. PARIS MUTUAL POOLS WILL BR OPKN THIS morning, trom 7 antll It, on the Saratoga Race, at JOHNSON'S Pool Room; atoo Auction Pools. TTOTTING AT SUFFOLK OOUR8K, HUNTINGTON, L. 1.?Summer Meeting, August 20, 21, and 22,1874. Purses as follows:? 3 m)nute class .. $200 2:150 class 2)10 2:45 class ?*) 2 36 class 300 Entries to close at T. B. Johnson's pool room, corner Twenty-eighth street and Broadway, Monday, August 10, 1874. GEO. W. BiGGS, Jr.. Manager. ^ EST SIDE PARK, JERSEY CITY. August Meeting, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Augdst 13, 14 and IS. 1874. (Trotting.) THURSDAY, August 13. (Running.) Parse No. 1.?$100, for horses that have never beaten 2:40: $00 to first, $3o to second and $10 to third. Purse No. 2?$100, for double teams that nave never beaten 9 minutes; $40 to first, $30 to second and $10 to third. Purse No. 3.? $50. for running horses, half mile beats; #30 HI IUQU, flu IU PM.-UUU BI1U 9U IAJ UIUU, FRIDAY, August 14. Prime Nf. 4.?f!lO, for running hones, half mile heats; $40 to first ami $10 to second. Purse No. 5.?$40, for running horse*, one mile and a halt dash ; $30 to first and $10 to second. Purse No. 6.?$30, for running horses, one mile heats; $30 to first, $10 to second and $5 to third. Purse No. 7.? $80, for running horses, hurdle race, over eight hurdles, course abonttwo miles; $36 to first, $10 to second and $ft to third. SATURDAY, August 15. Parse No. 8.?$100, for horses that have never beaten 3 minutes: $60 to flrst, $30 to second and $10 to third. Purse No. 9.?$100, for horses that have nevor beaten ?*4: $00 to tlrst, $30 to second and $10 to third. Purse No. 10.?$25, for mules, one half mile dash, the last male In to win purse; no owner can turaish rider ror his own male. All the above trotting races to be mile heats, best three in five, lu harness, and will be governed by the rules of the National Association. Entries will close at T. B. Johnson's, Twenty-eighth street corner Broadway. New York, on Tnesdav, August 11. at 8 o'clock P M? or address J. S. WASHBURN, 140 I'avonia avenue. Jersey City. J. 8. WASHBURN, General Manager. ~~ HOHSEwV CARRIAGES. AC. ~ A?SPEED. SPEED. SPEED. MARSHAL'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION. I WTLL SELL FY PUBLIC AUCTION, THIS DAY (SATURDAY), AUGUST H, AT 10* O'CLOCK. AT STABLES NO. 490 ?TH AVENUE. BETWEEN 29TH AND 30TH STREETS, THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, VIZ. The fast trotting mare ELLA RANSOM. IKj hands, 7 , years old ; sired by Billy Denton, dam by Ethan Allen; lias record at Mystic Park of 2:31. and trotted fifth heat in2:T4<i\ has been trained but one season; can show a 2:30 gait; is a fine, pleasant driver, good in company, and one of the most promising young mares in tlio country; kind in all harness and perfectly sound; also ber Sulky, built by Dubois, Harness. Clothing, Ao. Also a fast brown road Horse, 15 hands. 8 years old, sired by Hiram Drew; can beat 2:50, and Is all style and action: sound and kind: one trotting Wagon. Pole and Shafts; Lap Robe. Whip, Ac. Sale positive, rain or shine : no postponement by order of John Dnggan, Jr., City Marshal. AGENTLF.MAN WILL BELL AT A SACRIFICE A Trotter tnat can *how 2:40 and can trot seven beats without quitting; no reonnt and has never been trained < also a top side bar Wagon and Harness, city made; Blankets, Whip, Ac. Call ou or address URhUORY, No. 26 University place (store). AN ELEGANT TEAM OF TRUCK HORSKS; WEIGH over 2,800 pounds; 7 years, and warranted sound, kind and true. AT PRIVATE SALE. VAN TASSEI.L A KEARNEY, 214 Kast S inth street AS USUAL, the resular Sstnrdsv's Horse sain AT BARKER S CITY AUCTION MART AND NEW YORK TATTEBSALL'S, corner of Broadway and Thirty-ninth at., will Dc omitted during .lulv und Auuuat. SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY. After September I, every Wednesday and Saturday. Aldbrnkys.?kor sale cheap, fresh cows, Heiiers and Calves. Inquire of or address JOHN VAN ANTWERP, Tlirngg's Neck. Westchester county, N. Y., or (van be seen Monday at 69 Reade street. ALIQHT KIX-SEAT DEPOT WAGON IN EXCHANGE for Railroad fttock. Address WAGON. Herald office. A BARGAIN?BREWSTER 1?0 POUND WAOON, used only three months: (food us new: also flno single track Harness. Inquire of Mr. JONES, Nos. 226 and i?i sixth street, near Bowery. AN ELEGANT BRITZKA, BY MINER * STEVENS.? Very light; good an new; will be sold low. 20 and 22 Wooster street BAY MARE FOR BALE-KIND. GENTLE AND sound: has been driven by a lady to a rockaway and light carriage: will be sold cheap, as the owner sails for Europe with his family in a few days. AddreM box 2,500 Post office. CRANDALL A CO., MANUFACTURERS OF CHILdren's Carriages, 669 Third avenne.?Premium awarded for best Carriage at the American Institute Fair: all principal dealers In the United States supplied by us; constantly on hand a large and elegantly finished stock; dealers and the public generally are Invited to give us a call. Depot wagons-pabk and pony phabtons. lmht Rockawuys Cabriolets, Couna Rockways, family Carriages and light Wagons; every description; new aud second hand; popular prices. manufacturers' union, 834 Broadway. Fine carriages?exceedingly low prices-. Phaetons, Rockuwavs, Buggies, Depot Wagons. Sulkies, Coupes, Laniluulew, Top Pony Phaetons and several others, second hand. J. COLYhR Jt CO., No. 7 Washington place, opposite 714 Broadway. For sale?two chestnut horses, 15 and hands, 5 and 10 years old; sound, kind and gentle; trot In 2 :60 and 3 minutes; very chaap. Addrese dox A,60s Post office. For sale?a top wagon. nearly new, city make, with harness, blankets, Ac.; will he sold ci'mmv van i/v rv< ii ai nmuiu ui i; lOtVUU (UOCl ftUU Seventh avenue. Ask lor 8COTCHY. Fob balk?a bkt of double harness. apply to EENNBL A BALINUEK, Thirty -eighth (treet and Seventh avenue. Fob salb?six hobkes rcitablb fob any business. Apply at No. 671 Seventh avenue. Fob sale?at a bargain, tiirbb horses |?o, $76. $100; also the tail Bullion buckeye Morgan, has record ot 2:35; can trot iu 2:60 now, sore foal Better, valuable tor stock purposes. No. 313 West Sixteenth st HEARhE, OVAL GLASS. FOB BALE CHEAP.? Apply to JAME8 GONNOUD, 340 West Forty-aecond street. ^ H~~ ARNE8S, RIDING SADDLES AND BRIDLES, summer Horse Clothing, Fly NeU and Linen Sheets selling off to make room for winter goods. Our harness are band made. A good article at tho lowest possible prtre. E. BARTLETT, 02 Warren street, corner College place. ONE SIX-SEAT WOOD BROS. PABK PHAETON, one Coupe, one Landau, top and open Pony Phaetons of all styles; )(J top and open Road Wagons, bv Brewster, stivers, Dusenbury and other city makers'; one Sulky, one Skeleton Wagon, Depot Wagons, Rockaways, Coupe Rockawavs; tour-seat I'ark Phaeton, by Brewster; top and open Expro&a Wagons, single and double Harness, sheet* Nets, Ac. wit H. GRAY, 20 aiKl S3 Wooster street Road wagon and harness for salb cheap? Three-quarter scat Wagon, but little used, f7\ coot (276; splendid double Harnena, $46; single do., 996; all made by the best makers. Apply at 608 Hudson street UPKED. STYLB, BEAUTY.?YOI7NG MARE, RAISED O by advertiser; coming 6; Id hands, dark bay; thoroughly broken: natural trotter; great promise; faultless; (1,1100. Addrcsv* HOADLEY, Riverside station. Conn. SECOND HAND CABRIAOBfl (BARGAIN8),-TWO Coupes, Victoria. Dog Cart, Coupe P.oekaway. Pony Phaeton, Depot Wagon, several Hugiries, and Rockaways aud other slightly soiled Carriages. MANUFACTURERS' UNION, 6H4 Broadway. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A 2:36 HORSE, OR BETter, for track use during fall season. Address CORRESPONDENT, Martinxburx, W Va. WANTED?HOR8E AND TOP WAGON, IN EXchange for a Honse nnd two Plots, at East New York, subject to a small mortgage. Address CLIFTON, Herald office. WA1ITBD TO PUKCHASK. ~ WANTBD-A SECOND nAND BUTLBB'8 HEALTH Lift, iJieap. Address J. II. M., box 1,781 Pi>?t utTlce. WANTKD-A SECOND HAND BAND SAW, IN OOMplele order. Address, giving particular* and prioe and where it can be seen. B. A co., Bo. til Weil Fortyaecvn4 street [ RK H T 8, 1874.?WITH SUPPLE CITY REAjU KM TATE, fOK SAI-K Central. 1 H WEPT FIFTY TITTRD STREET, SEVEN DOORS 1 I we*t of Filth avenue.?Four story hlgti stoop ijO foot brown stone Dwelling, luoerbly proportioned, Cheap. V. K. hTBVKN*Ol>, Jr.. 11 Pine street. Eaat Side. FOR SALE OR LRASE CHEAP-PROM 1 TO 30 yearn, with covenants for renewals, suitable for factories or building materials, seven i^ots, corner First avenue and lOtth street; IiIkIj, gravelly ground. THKO. If AKT1NK, 133 Nassau street and 588 Lexington avenue. Went Hide. Lots 12* west twentyfib^t street?for sale, three Lota, 75 feet by half the block, together with tbe Building thereon, suitable lor manulaeluring purposes; Kteain Engine and all Machinery and Tools re quirea lor a wen lurninied carpenter's shop may De nail with the premises; lmmi-diatu possession given. DENII AM A CO., 273 West Twenty third street, near Eighth avenue. BBOOKLYS PROPKIITI m)U SALE AND TO LET. IjlOR SALE.?BROOKLYN.? PARTIES WANTING A F really hanlsome Rcideuce, every coiutort, large, beautiful grounds, floe stable, conservatory, Ac., tiui location and healthiest part of city, a good investment, will please uddros, lor tulluarticularit, OffNKH, Lox 1 ii Herald Brooklpn branch office. rRRNT?TH.tBK HTOKY HIUH STOOP BRIl'K Ilonse 2.M Clermont avetiue, Brooklyn. Apply to O. ROBEKTS. corner VVyihe avenue und liuwes street tosn PER LOT?A RAKF. OPPORTUNITY FOR V inTustrneut or speculation. ?Pour hundred Lots in the Eighteenth ward, city of Brooklyn: gas. water, sewer, aud cars convenient. This property Is situated on and near Mvrtle avetiue, and will in three years bring double the amount now asked tor it; tor Kale in parcels to suit; urtco S2A0 to tAt 10 per lot, hall cash. Apply to D. H. D ARLLNii,201 Houtaguu street) near Court street, Brooklyn. WliaTC H KfcTKll COUNTY PROPERTY FOR nam: or to rent. FOOR CHOICE LOTS AT A LOW FIGURE ON 188TII aud 137th streets, near Southern boulevard, titteen minutes from Harlem Bridge: also near the improvements soon to bo made at Port Morris; >0.300. worth W.0UH. M. K. CKATH Jt SON, 2,361 Third avenue, corner 13kl street Ir?OR SALE?IN TWENTY-THIRD WARD, A COT' tage House, containing 8 rooms, with modern improvements! terms reasonuhlc: llrst class neighborhood. Inquire ot JAMES L. PAUSILaLL, Washington avenue, corner of 187th street PROPERTY OUT OK THK CITY FOR BALK OR TO RENT. For sale?a baroain. the most beaottful Farm and Country Seat in Bucks county, Pa.; iO acres very rich, smootli land: only 9 minutes' walk from large town and railroad station; charming situation; can be dividod and sold off in building lota; very fine hnilrlinffd h?miuti(io hrinlr Itwollinir Q pnnma> rvla?iu porch, Venetian blind*; plenty shade' and beautiful flowers; tenant house, splendid bam, carriage, wagon, hog and poultry houses, Ac.; fine orchard; delicious water; price, Including 00 tons Hay, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, all kinds vegetables, liorao and Carriage, 200 Chickens, <elegant- Furnitnre, Piano, Ac., only $14,300; cash f Six*), balance easy; a rare opportunity: property of a lady going abroad: 1 hoar from Philadelphia, U dally trains: SJi hours from Mew York. Strains; take 9 A. M. train from foot of liberty street. New York, New Jersey Central tiailroad to Bethlehem, Pa., there take North Pennsylvania Railroad to Quakertown, Pa. In* autre at Millir's Hotel, at station, for <i. L. WALKEK. Can return same day. FOB 8ALE,?NEWARK, N. J.-A NICE LITTLE House, with all modem improvements and tine garden: lot 30x125; few minutes' walk from railroad depot; very cheap. Address box 401 Herald office. Fob salb or to let-on easy terms, two Cottages, near the depot, at Rosclle. N. J. Apply to P. DONALD k CO.. 81 sn<183 Franklin stroet, B.Y. GREBNWIOH, RrVERSIDE, 8TAKFOKD. ?ATTRACtive Country Homes for sale and rent, all sizes and prices; several very desirable shore front Properties. AdJress J. W. ATWATER, Blverside Station, Conn. IONG BRANCH.?KOR SALE OR TO LEASE, THE J Central Hotel; newly built and furnished last year; immediate possession. Address S. C? box 26 Post office, hast Long Branch, N. J. Mill property at rivbrsidb, conn., 6 acres of Land, 910,000; will exchange for city Property. adding some cash if required. E. PEIUUH, 185 Washington street, New York. \TEWPOBT, R. I.?A PURNTSHED COTTAGE, PLEAS?1 antly located, will be rented at half price tor the remainder of the season, or a family will be taken to board upon moderate terms. Address CL H. M., Post office box 171. mo LET-VERY LARGE STORE, CELLAR AND L stable; flaett business location In town ; long lease ; rent 9000; first four months tree. Apply to W. 11. BABD, Mount Vernon, N. Y. r RENT?TEH BOOMKD COTTAOB. THBBB MINutcn from depot, Kahway, K jr., to April 1; uecupant leaving; rent very low tor unexpired term. i. q. ATK1NBON, 130 Pearl street. New Yorfc-W qhO nnn -POB BALK, A NEAT L.1TTLB COTtage and two Lota; garden nicoly laid out; frape arbors. 4wart fruit trees: good well; healthy location: fine view, on the Hudson bank; 19 mile* from City HalL Address FRED. E. GAISS, Blrardale. N. Y. RKAXi ESTATE TO KXCHAMtlB. A? HANDSOME RESIDENCES in PHILADELPHIA, Pa., and in Bricksbnrg, N. J. (tba latter free from encumbrance), to exchange tor dwelling in Brooklyn. A. BLOMQVIBT, lOtTNaaaau street. A GOOD TENEMENT AND LOT ($17.MO)-TOGETHBB with (food mortgage of $11,000, and f4,0U) cash to exchange tor two or three old bouses. or tenements and lots that can b? Improved. PilALON 1 SLOAN, 31 East seventeenth street. EiURM OR IMPROVED LAND WANTED?WITHIN ' 200 miles ot this oltv. In exchange for Hoiiio and <0 Lots, on the lines of leading imp rovements from Brooklyn, rapidly enhancing in value, convenient to this city by three lines horse cars and one steam; cash price, $4,1500; e ouity, $3,000. Address OWNKR, box 204 Herald office. Fob sale or exchanob-five or more valuable 1 ot? on Eighth street, near Prospect Park, Brooklyn; high ground, view of New York Bay, street paved, sewer and cas; valuable but cheap; ball on mortgage; equity in nve lots, $8,(100. W. J. BauNES, 112 Broadway. Fob rale ob exchange?m acres jambs River Land. r. AYBE8, 4 1 Filth avennc, Brooklyn. OR SALE OB &XC H A NG E-M ARB LB FRONT BESIdence, brick Barn, with every modern coaveniencc, in the citv of Chicago (situated on Wabash avenue), for city or Brooklyn Property. Address, for particulars, E. M. a.. No. 1,408 Wabash avenue, Chicago. FR RALE OR BXCHANOE?A SPLENDID FARM OP 22 acres, at Roalyn, L. L, with good House, Stock, Crops and Implements, for House and Grounds In vlclnltv of Hay Ridge, L. I. Address box 4,793 Post office, New York city, or P. CoNaELYBA, 371 Pulton street, Brooklyn. TF YOI) HAVB REAL ESTATE TO SELL OA BX1 change, leave description with C. C. WAYLAND A AYMAB. 16.1 Fulton street T" 0 EXCH ANGE?FOR HORSES, MERCHANDISE OR Building Materials, one House, $4,500; one House, $6,000. Address box IBS East New York Post office. TO EXCHANGE?FOR BOUTHERN OR WESTERN Lands, 18 horse power Engine, with Itotler complete: wooden Shod, nearly new. with lease of wood yard; separate or together. Address K. PUNNING, itation D. WILL EXOHANGB-A FIRST" CLASS PRTVATB Dwelling House In Fortieth street, between Fifth and Sixth avennea. opposite Reservoir Park, for other real estate. JAMES SMITH, owner, No. tfl) West Fiftyfirst street YONKERS.-I HAVE SEVERAL FINE PLACES TO exchange for Olty Property and Now Jersey Farms. If you want a bargain apply to JAMES YOuMANS, Agent at Yonkers. RRtL KtlTlTV. WiSTkMI TTTB WILL PURCHASE A BROOKLYN HOUSE, W worth $8,()(X) to 912,00(1 and pay cash and mniUl Cottage. D. J. MOLLOY, 2a Broadway, room ft. WANTED?IOWA OR ILLINOIS LAND FOR A choice Farm near Princeton, N. J.: S28.A00; vary lightlymortgaged. E. TKUBLOW, 17 Cedar street TITANTED TO porch ABE?A DWELLING HOUSE, IT dealrably located, abovo Konrteeath street; price not to exceed $12,000 to ll.ywn. Address, with lull particulars, B. W? box 119 Herald attic*. LOA!< OKVICKS. AT WOLT ft BROTHERS' f?8 BROADWAY, BEtween Nineteenth anil Twentieth streets, money loaned on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Silks, particnlarly Pianos, Business confidential. Los i-enores H&blau Espanoi. A T JOHNSON'B. CORNER BOWBRY AND 8PRINO J\ street?Money loaned ou Diamonds, Wutoties, Jewelry, Silverware Silks, Lncea. shawl*. Ac., or the same bought Host extensive establishment In tne country. Private parlors for ladies. Goods for sale at sacrifices to pay advances. AT JOSEPH SOLOMON ft OO.'S, IS* PULTON street, near Nassau?Money advanced on Diamonds, Watches, Silver Plate, Silk*, camel's hair Shawls, An ttnues and Articles ot Vertu; established 1S80; private office lor ladles. Se habla Bapanol. American opfice.-$75,ooo on diamonds, Watches, Jewels, Sliver, India Shawls, Silks Laces, Valuablos, Ac. Tbe utmost value loaned, or will buy. Established 1854. j. h. barkinorr, 7m Broadway. MONBY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATCHB8, JEWairy and Silverware, and the same bought , GEO, O. ALLKN, Jeweller, 1,190 Broadway, near Twenty-ninth street. aon BROADWAT. WEAR AMITY STREET.?MONEY UOu liberally advanced on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Planoe and all Merchandise: tbe highest price paid for the same. H. HEIGERMAN. (VI Q BROADWAY (REMOVED PROM 91S)-OI.I)BST 7lO establishment.?Money advanced on diamond^ watchea,jewelry, laces, ftc. baniu bought and sold. a. o. herts. 11 Af\ BROADWAY, BETWEEN TWENTY-SIXTH ilTU and Twenty-seventh street*.?Money loaned on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Silks, Pianoa, ftc. i same bought and sol' narlor for ladies; business confidential, B. KIRUSKI. NEW S P APH RS. Harlem local?out to-day; one cent-, WHISKTN MEHINGTON, editor. Special Berlin letter, llartem Rowing, Burglaries, Police and Society News. New Ward Political News, ('armantviiic. Washington Height*. MauUattauvllle New* ERAI IMENT. TO LET FUR. BUSINESS PURPONEH. A RESTAURANT AND BARROOM TO LET; ALL the business of the Frankfort House ; alio a good Store. Franklort House, corner Frank tort and WUlmm treet*. Hotel to let, 114 Bleeekcr "treet. Fllty room* Inquire ot ALEX, T. STEWARTS. Agent. Broadway and CLmmLtirs street, between 12 A. M. and 3 F_M. STEAM POWER.?ROOMS AND FLOORS TO LET, with or without Power, at 18 and 20 Pell street; rent low to wood workers or others. STKAM POWER.?TO LET, ROOMS, 50X10') FEET, well lighted; steady power; heated with steam, and use of elevator. JOHN McLAREN, TltLrd and Grand street*, Hohoken, W. J. STEAM POWER TO LET, AN ENTIRE BUILDING, four stories, size 76x100. or in Floors; also Floor*. Parts of Floor*, and two Basement* In other builditiKa, with steady steam Power low rent and low insurance. Inquire at 229 Ea*t Forty-first street. _ STEAM POWER WITHOUT CHARGE.-BASEMENT. First and Second Floors (88x44) to let; floodlight; heated by steam; elevators; rent and ituurauce low. 160 West Twenty seventh street. C'TORKS TO LET, CHEAP-TWO LAGER BEER AND l Billiard Saloons and two Oyster Saloons on sixth a\ >nuo. in good locutions and without Dotius: one corner More on Ninth avenue. Apply at the ownera, 6U8 Hudson ?ireet rLKT?THB WELL KNOWN AND LONO BHTABllshed Oyster House and Restaurant No. 2ft Clinton street, near KiHton street, Brooklyn: has been kept tor ;nany years bj^Donunick Colgan, who now wishes to retire ou account of his advanced years; the house Is large ami commodious well furnished throughout; is llrst class and In one of the beat location* in the elty; this it a rare chance for a party who understands the business, as ti:e prospects for making money la undoubted. For particulars inquire of D. k M. OHAUNCEY, No. 207 Montague street, Brooklyn. TO LET?BAKERY AND BTOBE, NEW. 311 WATER street Kent low. TO LET?THE ELEGANT HOTEL, JUST FINISHED, at northwest corner of Chatham Square, consisting ol 76 fine rooms, with all modern improvements. Apply at room 109 Drexel Building, corner Wall and Hroad sU. TO LET?STORE 802 TENTH AVENUE, OPPOSITE Tenth avenue railroad depot; rent $20; flt for anv business; also Store 781 Eleventh avenue. Apply lit coal olllce, corner Fifty-fourth street and Tenth avonue. TO LET OR LEASE?THE LAROE BIX-8TOKY Store Building, 26 by 114, with fine dry basement. No. 27 Barclay street, near Broadway | in complete order, suitable for any business. GEO. w. WtLSH. 253 Greenwich street DWELLING HOI SES TO LET'. Furnished. A FOUR STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT BROWN stone House, on West Twenty-third street, to let, elegantly and oompletely furnished! For permits apply to WILLIAM 6. GAVE*. 84 Bleeckcr street V ntam iihed. A?TO LET, AT 82 CHARLES STREET, NEAR Bleecker, a neat two storv brick House; gas, water; good order. Inquire in the drug (tore, or at 336 West Thirty-second street. Rent 1780. TO LET?140 WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, 283 West Thirty-second street. No. 6 West 107th street. W. R. MORGAN, 240 Broadway. <>c bast twentieth street, nearbroadway? ZiO House to let, three storv and basement with the improvements; possession immediately; open during the day. Apply to J. BWOO, 288 East Twenty-tlilid street, before 10 A. M., or from 6 to 8 P. M. ri'RSISHSDBOOMN AND APAJ1TMK1VTS TOJLJETj A NEATLY PUBLISHED ROOM?WITH STOVE for use in wintar, separate beds, to two gentlemen, $175 each per week. 29S Bleecker street, near Barrow. A FURNISHED FRONT ROOM AND BRDROOM, communicating, on second floor, to let to adult*: all Improvement* on floor; family very small and private. 217 West Thirteenth street A FEW ELEOANT FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH ALL conveniences, cute of bathroom, Ac,, will be let to gentlemen at moderate rales; private family. 160 Second avenue, corner Tenth street. A WELL FURNISHED SECOND 8TORY FRONT A Uooin. :<9 Greenwich avenue, between Sixth and Seventh aveiiues. ALAROE, VERT NEAT, WELL FURNISHED BEDroom, to a gentleman; gas and bath; $3 a week. 270 Madison street. A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET?TO ONR or two gentlemen or gentleman and wife; oath, gas, closet; rent moderate; nice quiet house. 278 btxth avenue, near Seventeenth street. DESIRABLB SUITS OF FURNISHED ROOMS AND Ingle Rooms to let, to getlemen, without board, in first clans boose Mo. SI West Twenty flttli street, near Madison square; choice location TNURNISHED NEATLY FOR HOUSKKRRPINn_KITIT r of Rooms, parlor, two bedrooms, kitchen, coal room, water closet, pantry, all on second Moor, fronting Ktvlwh avenue : very pleasant: term* moderate. BOB West Twen ty-cighth street Furnished parlor floor, or half if deMred?Keception Room and Bedroom. #8 weekly; two Rooms for housekeeping. $S; Hall, 12 80; sleeping Rooms, $1 to $1 SO; central, quiet house. 100 Kant Kiitcenth street, three doors from Union Square Hotel. TO LET?NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, ON THIRD door, at low rent; private brown stone house No. 104 East Twenty-tilth street; relerence required. dfco TO tk?SUITS OF ROOMS; NICE HITTING AND fpZi Bed Room, connecting, furnished for housekeeping; up town, near Park; clean and respectable, iartfe washbouse. Particulars at 194 Broadway, room 9. d?Q C/i -part FRENCH flat. FTTrNISHED, INipO t)U. eluding Kitchen, with all modern improve ments: hath, closet and gas Included ; near Park i os Hlty-sixth street, between Lexiugton and Fonrtn av?. TcQ~w"KaT"WENrY.FIRST >TREET, BETWEEN Sixth and Seventh avenues.?A small family of adults having more room than they require, will let two large Rooms on second tioor, to two gentlemen and their wives, with or witbont Board ; all modern conveniences; references given and required. (ICQ FOPRTH~AVENIIK. ?TO LET, A HANDSOMEzjov ly furnished Parlor Floor, with private bath, for light housekeeping. or club of gentlemen, or gentleman and wife; also other Rooms. 07/i WEST THIRTY.EIGHTH STREET-AN KATIY AlU furnished front basement and bedroom, suitable lor a dressmaker or any pcraon taking in sewing; rent 930 per month. US FURNISHED ROOMS AJKD APART MENTS TO LET. A SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS TO LET?OVER store No. 420 Fourth avenue; Qve rooms each; improvements; In order. Call on owner, on prcmlaas, from 10 to U. A FLOOR TO LET?AT NO. 168 EAST SIXTIETH street, between Lexington and Thlr.l avenues; all improvements; house and neighborhood first class; reference required. IjlRENCH FLATS?THIRTY-FOURTn HfTREET. IN ' suits of six rooms; all improvements; rents $30 to $44 per month. MORRIS B. BAER. 73 West Thirty-fourth street and 996 Sixth avenue. r" LET?SECOND" AND "PART OF THIRD FLOOR of three story high stoop private honse. in first class order; six rooms; all modern Improvements; rent low to a small family. No. 1,0 * Second avenue. rro let "cheap?the Tower part of~a pri1 vate house, with all Improvement* and In a fine lo cation, near inquire at i? bast sevcnty-tlurd street, betweon Lexington and Fourth avenues. HREK PLEASANT FIRST AND HE CONK FLOORS to let, all Improyementii (not In a tenement nous*1). Ninth ward, with nice people; $20, $21 and *36 each. Apply at 60S Hudson itreei HOUSKS, ROOMS, WABTKP. In tlx La City mud Brooklyn. TTT ANTED?THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS Of W a furnished bouso, with use of kitchen, from the lftih tint for the winter. Address box 3,GOO Post office, stating location and terms. WANTBD-BY A YOCNO MAN, VIIO HAS LATELY been deprived of* home, a comfortably furnished front Room, at present without board; private family preferred; privilege of bath Indispensable; reference it required. Address, for three dajs, UOMELKHS, Uerald office. WANTED TO RBNT?FURNISHED, A FIR8TCLAS8, lull sine brown stone Residence, between Twenty flflh and Forty-filth streets, Fourth and Sixth avenues; must have dinlnti room on first floor; billiard table. CLARK k DOWNS, III Broadway, basement, room c. In the Country. TXT ANTED?TO HIRE A SMALL HOUSE, OF ABOUT VV 7 rooms, with improvements; some ground ; to be about 10 or 15 miles from City Hall; on line of Morris and Essex Fulh-oad preferred, and must be near depot; nee from salt water bre?*es, fever and acue, Ac.; rent to he reasonable, and paid promptly. Xddren, with lull particulars, HEALTH, box 198 Herald office. IK ? OT 1 CM H. gUPBEME COURT. City and Connty of New York. John J. Searing, plaintiff, against Charles Diiggin, Henry D. Rolph. Lela 8. Pnrat, and Alfred ParafV her husband, defendants, Summons for reilei. (Com. notser.) To the above named defendant* and each ol them v? You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint 'n this action, which will be tiled in the office of the Clerk ol the City and County of New York, at the Coart Honse In said elty, and to serve a cop/ of yonr answer to the said complaint, on the subscriber, at Ills office. No. 6 Wall street, In the city of New York. In the county and 8tate of New York, wltntn twenty dav? after the service of this stunmon* on vou. exclusive of the dnv ofsnch service; and if vou fail to answer the said complaint wlthfn the time aforesaid the plaintiff In this action will apply to the Court tor the relief demanded in the complaint Dated June 19, 1874. JAMES M. CHAPMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney, No. t Wall street, New York. The complaint In the above entitled action was filed in the office of the Clerk ot the City and County of New York ou the JtKh day of June, IK74. JAMBH M. chapman, Plaintifl's Attorney. MUICBLL.A IV KOCH, Diploma of mkrit, viknna exhibition, Dr. Patterson's American Powders and Lotengna, lor indigestion and all dLieasos of the Htoinacn; Powders, $2per box; Lcwngef, $1. All chemists' depots. FUUUKRA. New York. MONTKUIUS. New Orleans. ^D. PRICE FOUR CENTS. HA1.EB AT APCTIOf. Auutioh sale ok magnificent household KurnUu'e, Pianoforte. Broniri, Paintings. Parlor Mull*. Mirror*. Oarpfti*. Book*. tnl* Jay (Stlurday), at Ui* rl<'K?ut r?m<lriice Sti West 18th ?t.. near fith av., coinmenciiiK 1U>4 o'clock. Drawing Koom Suit*. Grand pu<-h*?? ?yla*. covered ml* brocade: roiewood Planororte, l.tuferen, Booki-ane. Bronzes. Cabinet*, Oil I'aintInn, Oruauient*, Curtain*. rosewood, walnut Bureau*, Bedateada, Wardrobes, Mat'ressea, Extension Table, HideboorC Cliinawari-, Glastware. The reftdence was I rurmshed n--w May I and is 111 pcrleot order. Partie* I wishing IP aueua this sale uke 5th av. itane* or Olh av. SJLrf- ALUt fiT MARTINE, Auctioneer. ALaKE^ Ll-OYU, AUCTIONEER?O FITCH ? JV nruadwuy. will i>oiltivrlv *<*11 at auction, thin (lay. at il A m., in one or uiorc lou, the Fixture*, Stock *iid Lease otthc Drug Store. <40 years ttstablUhed) situated on Uie northeast corner 01 tiraml an.I Norlolk *treeta, New York, comprising copper Soda Water Apparatus lour Generator*, Fountain,* Counter, .showcase*. Mirror*, *c.. Ac. ALBKBT B. WaLDKON, AUrTlOBEKB. My D. W. IVK8. halearovni 106 Liberty. Ill Cedar and S8 Church street 1?.",r.l}Ll".re\!Jeil<,inK- ^nov Ooods, Ac. i'HIS I)A\ (SaturJHT), at 11 o'clock large And general assortment of Household and Kuruiture of everv kind and quality: am< Bedding Carpet*. Soap*, Yankee Notions, Dr.v Ooods, Window shade* ami Curtain*, marble Mantels, walnut Counter*, Desks and Showcase*, daubing. Hants, Harness, Whips. Move Polish, Ac.; the finest lot or good* we have offered tin* season. Catalogue* at gale. ACCltO* KOTICE.-H. K. M'DONNELL, Al'CTlOMeer, will setl tin* day (Saturday), at lo& o'clock, all the PoroltMewithout reserve, la the large Ave storv house No. 110 We*t XVI street. conslating oi two splendid Inlaid Mack walnut Bedroom Suit*, two rosewood Bedroom Suits, black walnut and rosewood Bedroom Jterulture, rich Brussels and velvet Carpet*. wilMt rocking and otb?r Chair*. Looking tila*r??, Clocks, Ac.; lour elegant black walnat inlaid Parlor Suit#, sofa*. Turkish Easy Chair*, nearly new; one splendid 7H octave Pianoforte, made by f. C. Llghfe A Co.. It ha? not been In use over 8 months, and co?t 1980; all the basement and kitchen furniture, Stove*, Ac.; a large amount of Crockery, Cut Glassware, Ac.; elegant Silverware, confuting heavily plated Cake Basket, Camer, Urns; Hudfcu, Extension Table, Ohalr*. excellent hair MattremM. feather Bed*, Pillow*, Bolsters. N. B.?A de posit required typrn every purchatw. Auction sale or uandsoxb household KnrnlUu*, till* (Saturday) morning, August 8, ( 10>f o'clock precisely, by order ot W. P/Rlchards, Escl, now in Europe, at the elegant private residence 108 We*t Twtnty-cighth street, one block West of Broadway, neftr nix fit avenue. Parlors?Handsome Parlor Suit*. lii satin brocade, reps and haircloth; l'unolorte. Painting*, Works ot Art, Ktagere*. Tables, Bookcases, Bedstead*. Bureau*, Washstands, Mattresses, Bedding, Curtain*. Mirrors, Lounge?; library, basement and *ervaat*' Pmrmture. J. KKaEMKR, Auctiomer. N. B ?A rare opportunity for housekeepers wishing handsome and putts Orat class household Furniture, uuods packed and delivered tor purchasers atter the sale. Acctiojj sale ok household furniture? This (Saturday) morning, commencing 10 o'olock, at private residence 210 Went 21st st, near 7th av., walnut frame Parlor Suits, rlchlv carved, uovorad iu brocade, satin and cotelaine; Parlor Tables, Decker * Bros.' octave Pianoforte, Cabinets, Oil Paintings, Bronzes, plate Mirrors, lace Curtains, Clocks, library and secretaire Bookcases, library Tables, Writing Desks, Turkish Suits, Easy Chairs, Lounges, Extension Table, Buffet, Dining Chairs, Silverware; rosewood and walnut Chamber Sets, with Dressing Cases. Bedsteads, Koreans, Washstands, 29 hair and spring Mattresses, Rep, flush and Hair&lolh Salts, Hall t<tana. Kitchen Furniture. W Carpets. Ac. N. B.? Sale positive. I'ake 7th or 8tli avenue cars. ROBERT C. CASH1N, Auctioneer. BOWS A UILLIER, AUCTIONRERS.?MORTOAOB sale this day, at 9 o'clock, at No. 189 Bowery, eontents ot Saloon and Concert Hall, Partitions, shade*. Stage and Kixtures: Music Stand and Fixtures, Oas Chandeliers and Fixtures, Bowling Alley and Ten Pins, Heaurand Furnace; also immediately after atcArnrr Eighth street and University place, 1 Iran Safe, 10 round black walnut Tables, 24 cane seat Chairs, U Stool*, 12 folding Chairs, 1 Mirror and 6 Flags. LOUIS LEVY, Attorney for Mortgagee. BANKRUPT SALE. Household Furniture, Bedding. Horses, Trucks. Ac. BURDETT A DENNIS, Auctioneers, will sell on Friday, August 14. 1874, at 11 o'clock A. M , at Nos. 388, ;tt? and 3U Hudson street, corner Houston street (by order ol Oliver Fiskc, Esq.. United states MArthsl), large and elegant stock of Household Furniture, Ac., consisting of elegant Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Spring Beds, Bedding. Tables, Mirrors, Parlor Suits, Sofas, Ac., Ac. Also Horaes, Trucks, Harness, Tools, Material, Ac., Ac., being the entire stock of U. A a Heyinan A Mack, bankrupts. Catalogues in a few days. MUKDKTT A DENNIS, Auctioneers, 29 Burling slip. By max baykrsdorfkr, auctionerk-hblls, 10o'elock, 244 Spring street. Stock and Fixtures of Confectionery, in lots: dealers call. MAX BAYERSDORFJiR'S office, 124 Bowery, corner Oram! street. 1>Y MAX BAYERSDORFEK, AUCTIONEER ?MORTI) gagee sale. Monduv, August 10. at t?8 First avenue; three first class new Billiard laltlcs. with Balls and Cues c..molets. ADOLFF HES&IK. Attorney BY ROBERT SOMIiRVlLLK, AUCTIONEER, 74 University place, corner Thirteenth street. ROHHRT cOM" KVlLLh will sell, by suction, oil Tuesday. Auzn?t 11, at 1UW o'clock, if not, previously disposed ot at private sale, the entire StocU. nuJ Fixtures of the elegaut drug store 1,507 Broauway. between Fortysixth and Forty-seventh streets; in consequence of illness the sale must be peremptory: this U a rare opportunity to engage iu business. Apply on premises or to ROBERT tsOMKitVILLK, Auctioneer, 74 University place. I R WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER?SELLS THIS . day (Saturday), at 10*< o'clock, at 1AM Bowery, tor account of whom it may concern, a lame bit of Liquors, Wines and Champagnes, In barrels, casks, rases ami demijohns; also one cask California wine Bitters, Cigars and Smoking Tobacco; thereauer. ueneral Merchandise, I'arlor suit*. Lounges, Carpets, Curtains, one Iron Sate, Writing Desk, Dress Figures, 301 pairs of Shoes, Dry and Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Watches, Revolvers, .shirts and Drawers, Parasols, Ac. TP. TRAVKR, AUCTIONEER.?MORTGAGE SALE, on Saturday. August H, at 11 o'clock, by virtue oi a chattel mortgage, at 147 West Thirty-second street, between Sixth anil Seventh avenues, fine Liquor Counter*, elegant Back Fixtures, with Mirror and Clock to match; Bur Fixtures. Tables, Chairs. Ice Ilou?es, Stove*. Mirrors, Clocks. Pictures, fine Piano, ballroom Furniture, Bedsteads, Bureaus, sofas, Lounges, Parlor Suits, Brussels and ingrain Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattresses. Pillows, Bedding, Dining Boom and Kitchen Furniture. Crock eiy, Ac.. Ac.; good Horse, Wagon and Harness; also Black smith's Shop ou rear of the lot and fronting oil Thirty-third street; one sleigh, iron Sate. Ac. A. B. CLARK, Attorney tor Mortgagee. J ERE. JOHNSON. JR., AUCTIONEER. General Salesroom, .".7 Nassau street. Real Estate Department. 21 Park row. On MONDAY, LARGE SALE OF HOU8KHOLD FURNITURE, quite an assortment from various places in the country. JERE. JOHNSTON. Jr.. Auctioneer. MARSHAL'S SALE.?CHA8. PEYSER, AUCTION* eer, sells this day. at 10 o'clock. .Is Catharine street' the contents of a Crockery, Wood and Wiliowware store: also two good Work Horses, four sets Harness, three Read and one Kxpress Wagon. Horse and Harness. By order of L. GARDE, City Marshal. Hereafter n large stock of Ladies'and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, 2 cases Felt flats. Cutlery, Jewelry, Household Furniture, Ac. By order of A. KHRLICII City Marshal. Marshals, dealers and others having merchandise to sell at auction can have the same settled 24 hours after sale, at the responsible Arm, GEO. PEYSER A 8RO Auctioneers, 38 Catharine street. Mortgage sale.-henry dreher a son. Auctioneers, ottlce 23 Second avenue, sell Saturday, August 8, at 11 o'clock, nt 113 Third avenue. Fixtures and Furniture of ? first class Lager Beer Saloon ; very handsome and solid black walnut Bar and Fixtures, Tables, Chairs. Glassware, Icebox, Ac. sale positive HENRY DREHER, Attorney for Mortgagee. O HERMAN, SHERIFF'S AND GENERAL AUC^5. tloneer.?Mortgnge sale of the Fixtures of a flrst clam Wine and Liquor store, this day (Saturday1, August 8, at 10 o'olock, at No. 364 Sixth av?nu? ; th? Fixture* of the above place, consisting of black walnut Bar and back Bar, Chair*, Tables, Gas Fixtures, Mirrors, Cigar ('use, Partitions, Glassware. Crockery, Ac. Hale positive, Dealers invited. Bv order of M. L. FRANK, Attorney for Mortgage*. 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And retail of all chemists throughout the United States and Canada, who alao sunply SAVORY A MOORh'M celebrated OOU.iH LI>(7lCtt, or PECTORAL ST HDP. XTOTIOB 18 HEREBY UIVKN OK TUB DEPENDENCH il or an action of multlLlepoinding and exoneration in the court of Seanlon of Scotland (first Division, Lord Mure, Ordinary: Mr Drysdale. Clerk), at the Instance of Francis Edmonn and Alexander Edmond, both advocates In Aberdeen, trustees of the deceased, Miss Marjory Btewart, of Carnaveron. In tha county ot Aberdeen, lor the distribution ot her estate and exoneration of the trustees, in which action Patrick Stewart, same time grocer ana tea and spirit dealer In Aberdeen, thereafter residing in America, and whose present address la unknown, nat been called as a defender, as having an interest in said estate. The said Patrick Stewart la hereby required to appear In the said process for hU interest on or before November 1, 187*. A reward of ?10 will be paid to any one giving Information of the present residence of the said Patrick Stewart or evidence of his death. Every information will be afforded by the undersigned. MoRWKN A CaRMKNT, Solicitor*, SS Albany street Kbikbobuh, July 23, 1874. riAHK QUEEN'S HOTEL, QUEBN9TOWN. X This well known tlrst class hotel, having recently changed proprietor*, will now be louud one of the mot* comfortable in the ?omh of Ireland. Being situate close to the landing stages and railway depot, will be found most convenient to American tourist* arriving by tae several steamers. ~ PK.VTI8THT. ~~ PERMANENT SETS WITH OR WITHOUT EXTRACTlug the roots; oaluful or decayed or root* r* torad by filling, building up to n?;nral ?hap? lW,S2K! plnnidcr* for thin face*: filling taath. A4> canty; cnllanm g teeth regulated; all work warranted; gas animmyrao. it. tfimi a u Lift. 82 IUsl Fourth a*.