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   New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1872, New York, New York                               THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1872.-W1TH SUPPLEMENT. PRICE FOUR CENTS. BlUMTOftY ADVERTISERS. Pawjown Kifth Column. 9BVUMTH Filth column, HOARDKKS FHUOMtt KirPlCoIumtl. BOAKJ) AND Fnitt column. BROOKLYN SY.OOHII KlralColiirnn. BROOKLYN KKAL WH'fATK l-'Uft SAl-sii- S-SCONP Third coltunn. WOSirSKSH SKCOKV Fourth vol- umn. 3BVSINKHS Pi column. O1TV HEAL IfSTATK Sinjosu Third Second col- ENTH Srcon-l CLERKS AND SAIJ5SMEN-RBVKHT1 umn. COAC1IMKN column. COARTW'ISK Fittli and sixth columns. column. COUNTRY PAVIHT- K.rat cuiuiiin. FIKHT column. COODrt-FiitKT colrnnn. DWELLING HUI'KES TO LfcT. FUKSIMIIKD AND UN- column. KUKOTrnN and fifth column. cnlumn. column. FIN A NCIAI-r-Niwn column. FOR SKVKNTII I'oSumn. FURNISHED ROOMS AN1> APARTMENTS Sitro-n> column. Sixth column. FRENCH column. HELP sot f mil columns. HEW PACK--Second amj thlril columns. HORSES, CAKKIAUUS, uitin. First column. UOUKKS.ii.uOWS, AC. til column. Fourth liOAN column. TLO.-T AN'I> column. Sixth column. SlA.iHLK column. M1LI.I NICKY ANI> .ttlSOKLLANKOrs Sixtli column. Rucnrm column. SKCONII Hl'lli Column, NEW column, First column. Rolumr.. column. .'POST OFFICE column. column. I'RUFKiWiONAL K.tT.TATloNS SitVKNTii rolumti. PrtOri-.HTY OUT OF THE ClTV FOR SALE OR TO :iiut fourth columns. REAL KKTAT1-; TO KXCII Fourth RKAL KSTATR column. euluniil. column. BALES AT column. SITUATIONS First column. column. decoilO and thin BIUI.'S, col First and second1 HIK column. TIIK t-olur "TO LET FOR BUSINESS PU Second column. TRAVKLtLUItti' column. VNFUHNISnED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO column. WANTED TO Picw-Sixth column "WESTCHKSTKR COUNTY PROPKRTV FOK SALE Oil TO YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, col oniii. NOTICES. BlttGIifeT AND BEST TlHTO'St? THE AGE. SQUAJIK CHANCE OF FOR ONLY 1JUIQK UETU-RNS FOR OUTLAYS. A MILLION IN MONEY GIVEN AWAY. CARI1 OIFTS, BTiaCTliY XIONt'ST CHANCE IN A OOOD CAUSE. LAW AND BEST CITmiNf) OUARANTEtl ALL. By special autl'.ority in iho act of tho Legislature of Kentucky, in'-orporatliiK tho Public Library of Kentucky and granting it a perpetual charter, the Trustees will give their SECOND (11FT CONCIiUT, in vtM! oCtiic Public Library Uuitding, In Louts- -villc, Ky.. on FATtmOAV, .SKJ'TEMKh'R 28. 1872. mnKiiincont.liall, Known as Wcisljccr Hull, Is tho latvrHt, most centrally located and best ar- ranged for nitd lashlonablfl audiences of a-ny In IxtuirivlHe. Public Library Building mis a front of HW it-r-t on Fmirth street, by a (topth of 1H-I) four utoritirtin hcigJit, anrl WHHimrcbuxiit lor Publln Lib- rary nt u c n at ot It alri-iuiy contnins aj.i'OO vol- utiM'H, and u Wuwum uf now und free to and u-nloymcntof ull citizrn-i of every Slate In thn Union. And It (lie nurpoKc of Trustees by thu (jlFT CoKCKKT now rt to ratal the wilh which to bay the balance of tho due npiin tin; Public Llltrtiry u> t-nhirpi NOTICES. DBAwiNoa or KOYAL HAVANA Kentucky SUte Lotteries on tit. J. CHITK, Broker, Broadway, ua Fulton utioet, No. 2 I'drh row KoHt office box A BANNING TKUSS AND JJRACE COMPANY. New and improved uon-iriction Brace TruiM. AMuinlual and Splmil Shoulder and other Kurgical tKtjuucft, for Male und aujilled utSia I.ODUK. 408, F, ANU A. M.-JJKOTUEHS-YOU hereby summoned to attend iifxt OOinniiiiilciitluH, Friday, AugUHt 9, at Bleccker Bulldlntf. comer mcvckor und Xurtou iixuvta. Business of great liy order uf ALEXANDER MACK, Master. PKTKB YULK, Acting Secretary. _____ DOCTOR J. THEAH TAYLOR HAS RKTUUNED TO town, and resumed hla urofeatjioual labors at 10 Wnvcrlcy place. JEFFKHSON DAVIS' HAIL AND SBB It. (irnnt and Crcctey, wont i'. O. D., the trudi' and cMul CAMl'AIUN hunuUcd and Matr BAiHili COMl'ANY. 182 U _ loitoy due _ tinii Illiniry as nau'li possible and to_ HO c rpo tlu-im.ti- tuitcn AS LO nmko it will" To niuviihi IIK-IIDH for thlH prand and umlurtukliitf. One IlunilrM Tliousand ut each will be wild. Kach ticket ol tour bcurliiK the canut iniiii- t.cr, und in.iy bo divided into quarter, hall' ur quartur tickets by cutting through the divisional stiuce.s left tor thai purpose. Tlio holder of a whole ticket [H en- litlcd tu to the concert and to entire awurdfd by luL to that number. The holder oi each UcKet Is entitled to ftdini.-aion to the concert ami to uiie-lourfh of tlie fcif't it warded by lot to ticKi-t to whirh il rirkets are numbered trom 01 mo TAJCPAYEKH. A complete lint of the Assessment Rolls, as revised nnd corrected, which were received at Dopartmrnt of Public WorkHun August will, he published in tho JDttlly ItCKistcr Aunustft. Pavmeiltfi made tolln) or Assessments within sixty (iJO) days after the receipt of the rolls bv him by law exempted from tho charge for interest uuo from the date ol'coiitlrmatloli- rpIIE ISRAELITES OF FRANCE, ALSACE AND LOR- i rulno aro respectftilly inviled to iitlend 11 whirl) will taku j-Iaee on Sundav, 4, at seven oVlock P. M., at the corner ol Twenty-sixth otrcot aud Seventh avenue, at Mchl'u Assembly ftooiua. object of ihe iiiceiliur fs lor ttie, jmri'oso a coiKrcKation ALuicicntic-Lorraine. Tlio rito will bo that of iho orthodox inith. A. President pro tcm. JontGi'ii RriiAiifts, Secretary pro nnQ IS DRAWN DAILY TN THE izcd Kentucky suite Lottery. SllW.OOO, trold, wits drawn in Royal lottery July BALKY CO. (wfl.co VHUtbliHliud thirty 171 Uroadway. AN KXPKRIENCBD (JLA8SICAL MATUKMATl- caltQUClier, honor of lore! 1411 ur.ivtir.uty, tflve the drill of puhlic ss h a-  FRENCH Hoarding and Pay School, for young ladle- and children, Si iMerrepout Pire.-t, HelgUtw, N. V., will ou WcUucwIay, September IS, itfTi Addrcsd tit above. WRITING LESSONS, DOLBKAIl'tl Ocn'.nerciul College, fi75 Broadway, corner Klghf- Kireet, day and ovemnxi all MJtnmer, lor Hpecial IVHSOIU In Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, guarantee to rymovo BtitTne.sy. cramp- U> Klve an elegant bu.sinciw hand. FOR COMMERCIAL (CITY) COLLKCK, WITH lull outttt, tone leasa and vcrv e.heun rent suleiMid location and repulatlon. Addrrjia JAMKfcT M East TMr- AC. SATL and i'd tliuusaixt, unj injiiu but tliia precise number BI1AIVO1I i DTKItTISKMEKTB KOK TI112 NEW AT THE BHASCII OFFICE, BKOABWAY, WJ5ET flDIi, BETWKKK THUITY-VIR8T AND TCHITT EKCOND ETRKETS. AKU KBOE.VED PKO1I 8 A. M Jill. IIT. M. OX WEKK DAYS (SUXPAYS 2 TII.I-9 T. 11.1, AT OKl-'JCK HATKS. NO KXTRA CHAROK OV 4KY KlXn. A BK. RECEIVED. addresgorftXjilaln. PLEASE SEND FCTLL __ M. J. FINE 1TEAJLTHY NEW BORN -..r boy- Apply at J49 cuarlesBireet. between ten and Weal, K FORMATION THV- WHEREABOUTS of Patrick Kearney, who nrrlvert In ililncouqtry tit roe rs ago.itnd who a short time ago stayed at P. Urod- Hi Washington street, by hTs fi-iie, wlio hus 'arrlvnd. Address iJAltlARINE KEAltNEV, Cattle Gar- New York. T ONQ ISLAND, THURSDAY THE JU lady in sreon drt'Hv bowlny to gentleman several times wishes to make his acquaintance she will please addr.-Hrt H., box 199 Herald office. WEBT SPLENDID POSITION IS HEADY lor.you to traveL CowptiiUiutiou and expensog. mHfi FORMER OWUER OF THE FIRM, IN THE YEAH 1 I860, Sinn's Mill. Peofe slip. New Vork. and ot the firm of Empire Mills Piccard Fulton New York, will please communicate with GEO. A- ER, 126 Walton afreet, WlUlamsburs; will near .something to their advantage. _ WANTED Of WILLIAM JL and Alice Tinkler; they have been ont here abouf ihrre years. Any information regarding them will be gladly accepted by weir first cousin. Address JOHN WlLtETT, 67 Cannon street, New Yort. Now Haven pa- jleaao copy. OOD STREET STAGE, FRIDAY, II A jwO channine pot In at Seventh avunue In company with elderly laxly, please address E. u. Herald office? GOD'S SAKE, COMB AND SHE TO OR two little babies. They are crying to see you. rVBIFTBD OUT THE JtTLASTTC DOCK evcnuig, August J, 8 pairs of yellow pine Floating Ballast Lots, with rlngbolw attached to them. A suitabio rewora be paid for THDBSDAT MORNING, IN CAR, COMIHG J.' downtown, Satchels-containing small snm The owner can have the same by describing contents -Jmnuev he owner can have the same by describing contents advertuement, and addreoiiig s. H., boi 13 Herald 3 Herald offlco. TP THE PARTIES WHO 'TOOK THE RING OFF THE J. yosng man's finger who came off the Boston boat on Thursday will tddres? to Y., box Herald office, they will be paid Jor.thelr trouble and no questions T 6ATOH-ELL, MARKED "A. W KKY- JJ nolds." Finder will be suitably rewarded by lewvaoK It at street T MORNIKO, 2D TNST., ON aOUTif- JLJ side Railroad, L, arriving at terry, SomJi Eolith mreet, Brooklyc', A. W., or in depot ,r fecry house or boat, a red leather Pocketbook, containiiwr wltii owner's name and two sinail checks to order payment stopped A reword will be paLl ror ita ntfurn to 137 Broadway, room 15. DATED JtTLY 10t ATflQ toy HaoB ,t Samson. A snifablo re-" return of aame to 57 Warreo street faj-menti T .OST-rAUGDST 2, 1372, PROM HOUSE 67 Twelftii street, betwaen Klfth anfl SlKtb avenues i iary Bird. suitably rewarded by returning S t- Can; ___ _____ to tlie above address. N. B. ELBE NOTE FOR berlin, dated about June hnml will be Whole tlckpts. halves. quarters, 50; 11 whole hole li.-k.-iM rrtr 2s lor fxl 113 lor i lor S2.WX.I; 675 for No discount oil i IIOU uriiijf tut- C IN CURRENCY to tiio of tickets bv distribution by urn- ThiiUMiiit. Oltts, ad ____ BU.QOO LlfiT O 1 prrand pi ft, cash.......... 1 tf rw ud gift, cash.......... 1 cash tfitl.................. I CHHll Kill.................. i curb, Ki'X.................. l cash Kltt.................. 1 cash gitl.................. 1 trash tiilt.................. 1 cash 1 cash gilt.................. leash Kl't.................. 1 cuish 15 Kf of each....... 20 of iHW Mfcch......... lilgi'taof sSUUeauh....... 20 of each......... 86 of SGUU each......... Kltttt of Aim W etlta of euctt......... 6D tfiflrt o. each......... 6ia gifts of JlS Total all Tickets to which gifts aro awarded will bo paid on Rresenutiou at the offlcr oi' Uio Public Library Koom o. 4, Public Library HulMinK, i-ouisville, Ky tlie thlrJ day alter tne drawiua. or unon any bitsinesa day for six months thcriiaiten No will bo paid without nresen- tMtinu of the ticket, or its iVacUonal part The iriits will be uaid either In currency at the Treasury in Louisville or by draft upon the FOURTH NATIONAL BANK >tE w i uitk, at the option of the holder. The- dra-wiua wW mke uutce In public. In mil view of din nudicnee. and audcr tlie Immediate supervision ami direction of the officers and trustees of the Public Library 01 Keutccky and the following named eminent and di.v intended ciLUenm who will bo present and Omt all is 7JWO IC.NJO 17.WHJ iS.ono d for hire by JAMES HMITH, foot Btrtet, Brooklyn. THE TU11K. IONO BRANCH RACES. J Muiiinoutli I'nrfc. tsutnriltiy, AiiK'iwt 3, continue Tuesday, W.'dni'wluy, 7; Thursday, H, und Krlduy. 9. To eoiiMslof Uuslien, Uurdio.smid Steeple HI rut ritco eneb day at 1% P. AI. Tuesday, an extra handicap, called the Schell Cup race, ln-atri. 3 in 5. Friday, August 0, great lour miln racc- J011N itOEY. President WM. E. KAYNOR, Secretary. LONC HKA.NC1J KACES. A Sl'EClAL BOAT will leave pipr2aN0rtli IUv T, at 11 o'clock A, M., on Saturday, August 'i, und on dfty. Wednesday, Ttiurwlay and Friday following, eon- ueetlnc at Suntly Hook with special irain lor the, raco course, returning Immediately utter race-H are over. Faro for the round trip, including adtnfetftou to the Course, uO. UTICA PARK ASSOCIATION, OK UTIOA, ONKIDA county, N. aimuiil of this associa- tion for 1W2 will AiifiiiMt 13, 14, 13 aud 16. Purses. S33.0CW. Entries will clwac L7. E. II. (1UAIIAM, Secretaiy. IIOitSKS, BAKQAIXS. Light Curringcin and warranted every way and at very low price; Neti, Lap Uuhfg. Jtc., at cost. JOUNSTON Jc VAN TA.SSliLL, M Lilmrty street AT BARKER CIIASK'.S, CITY AUCTION MART AND N. Y. TATTERSALL'S, Cornpr of liroadway and Thlm--miuu .street, TTIKSATURIlAY AUCTION at Ulid mart will be l until the first o W. N. Httldoinan, President Company John Jeflerson Court Common ljltarf. Heurv WatUsraon, Editor Louisville Courier-Journal. Geonre P. Proprietor Louisville AnzeiKer. Ben casseduy, author of History of Louisville. H. M. McCart3't late of J-onlsvifle Ledger, M. W, ClUsky, author ol Political Text fiuok. W. B. Hote, Judice Jefferson County Cunrt. ASSISTANT TRUSTEES. non. M. H. llardin, Jntlse Court Of Appeals, Kentucky, i'. I'roctor Kuott, lute M. 0., Lebanon district. Hon. II. W. Brucrt.Jndue Ninth Judicial district. Ky General Ell H. Murray, U. S. Marshal, Oiscrlct Ky Hon, T, U- Cochran, ChanoeUor Chancery lion. K. D. Stiindiford, President Farmers ttod Drovers' Bon. Jonn Barbce, Manager Royal Insurance Comoany Liverpool. Colonel Phil. Lee, Commonwealth Attorney, Ninth Judi- cial district. Dr. C. Graham, founder of Graham Cabinet Colonel JUson P. Johnson, Manager Gait House. Dr. T. S. Bell, Professor Medical University, Louisville lion. J. G. Baxter, Mavor. Hon. T. L. Burnett, Cfty Attorney, Louisville Henry VVolford, Treasurer of Louisville. A- O. iJranniu, President .Maimiacturers' Bank. Philip Judge, of the Louisville Hotel Company James Bridge-ford, President Second National Bank W. C. D. Wfilps-Proiirietor Wlllard HoteL J. C. Jobaston, President Traders' Bank H. Victor Nawcomb, tlrra of >ewcom6. Bnchanan Co Henry Deppen, Prosident German Bank. Andrew Graham, tobacco.and cotton merchant Dr. Norvln Green, President L. and C. Short Line Kail- road. Vol. Rose, Ajfent Adams Express Company. TtoB drawing will be by blind children, from two jrUM ..'lieeK tne contents ot which can be seen by the au- dience, one ol which will contain the gifts on printed sLtpe. in sealed boxes, and the other leather taca with numbers on them corresponding to all the tickets sold After the contents of both wheels are thoroughly mixed >y revolving the blind child at tne first will draw a num- ber theretrom. and then tna cbild at the secona wheel Iraw a gtft tijcrefrom, the gift thus drawn will be- ong to tlie number drawn immediately before it Thns i. S125; xpreas do., at 1.4U1 ASUI'KUIOK ASKOltTMKNT OF IJfJHT ROOICA- wuyn, Park and Pony PhaetoiiK, Victorias, Coupe Rocluiwuys, lltclit UuRBioj, and all otuer styles fauilly Carriages, ut lowest popular prices. __________MANUKAUTUUiillri' UNION. 638 Broadway. ATOP POXY PUAKTOff, DO., SI75; Wanon, SIM: do., do., Rockawa do., top Wuijon, do., top Wagon, 4126; KxpresH HArnwss, Broadway, near Forty-first street JAME9 JENKINS. Maoatrer. ALANDAULET, MADE TO ORDER BY HAM- COST for Coupes, Coaches. Phaetons Depot Wagons, hand; sold tow to make room. _________________HAM'S, Fourlh street and Hroadway. A PIKST CLASS ONE HORSE hand, very cheap, and a new Itockuwav. six sulo ut second bund price, by MATIIiikii A KB, 147 140 West Tweniy-hrth aUcct. JV. "oneu.'wltiro" WilhouV_________________________. Jiew; also a flue assortment of al! styles, new and second nana for per Uinn Broadway prices; Sheets, liobes, BlanVets. Whips, Ac., Ac. H. GRAY, 20 to 29 Wooster street. ___Protestant for "'onua LadicR 3 ty-tllth atn-ct, lltiK -12 dn K.jub- Neiailly, willlic n n-i.-iu-rt on Tucsrtfiv ti-mb r ApDUcaUoim by r Vlt SenicmlnT wlu-u Miles. Oharboniiier will bis in Y.jrlt. ICYK, K, IS. The of in- ml Fur particuhirs UJN milB UKSA1.IN1W WILL RECEIVE -SCHOLARS, ON J_ tbeilrKt Monday oi at their Academy In tlte at ttn-ir rcct-ntlv pnrelm-sod place at nol bt-iiijc prtiuarcd for the recep- tion of pupUtk The at N'cck were owuoa by Mr. Cluirles Louxhrarv und an; well known as liavmK been thu property of tlie lute (Jcorye WriTK New n CTAft LINE. O and i d Liverpool. in the world. MAJESTIC, ADRIATIC, tailing i .iurs'fs.v-1, KKPUlf I.nj AD1CIATIO ATLANTIC FEMALK Si-; struct Ion is extt-nsivt- the I OKU'IO, ____ 'is borso power each. wew York on Saturdays, from Liverpool at Cork llaroureach way. ..........................AujruMtS. at1 P. ........................Au-ruttt 10, at 10 A. M. ----------------..........................Aufrust M. at 10 A. M. From the White Star dock, Puvonia ferry. Jersey City. acconiinodatinns for all clawed unrivalled, safely, speed comfort Saloou.'s smoking room and in midship section, where least luorion i.v leiu Surgeons and gtewiinleMses thy ati-amenv in tfold stt-craKe In currency. wL-hmy to send for in the Old Country can now obtain ateeniye prepaid c'TUDcatcB, cuf- booked to or irom RL' (ijirtu of America, Norway India Australia Chfmi, D raits from h'lormatioii nupiy at the company's office, 19 Bread- way, New York. Hills o' lading IssoCd through to Continental ports. J- II. SPAKKB, ISM AY, rMUIft A street. Liverpool, uud Wo. 7 Krt.it India avenue, strct-t, Lonilon. fpBXAS LINE OF OALVKMToX TOUCUr X fnu at Key thy .stales mall ThvAl dtfatiifthiij OK ATSTIN Ou-jtain pier 20 Kant wi.'l Vav.j on   C. 11, MAJ.LOliY A CO. and all points B 166 MuMen Inne i ro_. H9 Wall -ir'o R NEW GKUiAXK UIItMIT. MKKUllANTei' iii LINK, from pierNy. 5 North River, ut3 o'clock. H. M., B. on Saturday. Augusts. Throuj ror or fioiw, apply to jrh (rlve.n for nj I Ifroadway, cip WIUTK STAR LINE. ogltc REPOKLIC saiN 4 Cabin Excellent steer- oininotljitlon. prepaid tickets, 533. NEAi-1 IN A YtfUM! LADIES' SCHOOL, tile City, a for oml foretKH'T preferred. Address H. I1'., box 'M) Herald otiic AT 7 st T 77 STRKKT, NKAR t'P Ilislirst Cash Atlvani-c.s on Jewelry, I'lait.M, -tc., or bought. Pawnbrokers' Tickets liouylit :tt77 HlfM-ctcr sln-et. ATW NASSAU HTKKKT, HFTWKKN KULTOV AND John NKXVMAN LKttpOLD continues th.- huyins. Kulllitt; ur advancing on Uiummids, Jew Murchandisc, Life Policies, lor any atnuuut. A T WOLfr" KkOTIfliTlS', S9t? HROADWAY, BETWEEN and loaned on .Diamonds, Watrbes, Jewelry, Silvcrwari', tfilk-i; particu- larly Pmnos; private parlor tor lailies. Uiwincsj strictly coniideuual. __ TC97 BROADWAY, CORNBR OK KOURTH JJL. Liin-rul uilv.-tncf.s on JJhtuiDnd.s, Watches UN'nrKD STATKS MAIL TO QUEENS- and i JDAIfO, 7, at 3 P. M. MINNESOTA, Morjriui.................Annuat Lt, at 1 P. M. Kruin North Itivcr. Cabin passage, h'oid Hleenige, STO, currency. I Prepaid tickets. currency. booked to tintl r'rr.ni Pa TIP, Hamburg, Sorvray and Sweden, .fee.. Drafts on IrelaH'1, KtiRlHtid, France and fJermany at lowest ratt-o. Apnlv to WILLIAMS GOIOK, Broadway. RKIHICTION IN PAKSAHK KATKtf. ANCIIDK LIN'K. Kxpresa wtpuni'-rs MU! from New Tort cvrry Wedm-rtdtty and Saturday. biiokrrl lorwurded to uiul from nil niH- "w'jiy fifiitiitns in ilrcnt liriuiin, Ireland, JS'or- way, or Denmark and America HH safcly, rtpt-cd- ily, coinlorU.blv and IIH unv otln-r route or line- TMK NKW Prelehfs receiv-d daily. Ml.' _..... _... Imvluri superior JtEDEiUC AAXKR, SO Broadway. FOtt NEW OHLEANS UtKnCT, The Oromwctl Steamthlp The ST. T.CI'.'IS, lap tain James WMteheud, will leave I'ler No. 0 N'-nh I'.lver, oa SaHtrday, Augusta, Through rates Riven to Galvcstoti, indiaaola, Cabin Meeragr Fur freight or puftsnuu unply to NKW ORLKANH PIRKOT. Southern Line. win leove pier Au it7. Prcljtht for Si. Louiy, Mobib.- niiii (iiilveaton taken, Insuraiu-e Tor i-r having superior _ MOBILE, KKRN'AN DIN A, JACKSON VIUJJ, 1_ Talluh.tvvi', Tampu und Augustine. and all will Si River. Floriilti uii'I Jack-'ouvllk- Pensacola StPimiKhtp rrtay, at i P. M.. from nlor23 Nortt> o V. per or apply w JAMES HAN'D. 119 Wall rpOK NOKTOLK, crrv POINT AND The 01.1 D imlnlon Sti'aniHliln Company will despatcr. Pier Iff Nt.rth tlicir c-.cRanl HttfowticcI aieam- OLYMPIA... TlirNACltlA. IOWA........ IIRITANN1A.. ASSYRIA...... rt'ls. Laeos, anil i f upfrty or' MATTHKW.s. MONKY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Jewelr (JliO. C. ry and Silver War, ALLEN, ml Jtrotid untl Hio nume bought. uy, near Fourteenth st. 89 NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST Liberal advuncti.4 on Wutclu-s. Jewelry and ;ill kinds ui Merclmndisc. The winie bought d KoM. t. MAYMAN SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY-FOURTH and Twenty-Hull Liburul advances nmdo on Jewelry and all kituls of tioudik_tiatuti boughtatjull value. BERNARD. BROADWAY, CORNER AMITY Miinvr libf-rully advanced on Ulumonda ana all other personal property, fhe same bought and __ _ _ iL ROS BROADWAY OPPOSITE ELEVENTH Money Itberallvftdvancfdiju Diamonds, Watcher, Jewelry, Silks. Dry Goods, und Property ol every dcBcrlptioii private ciitranqe J. A. JACKSON. Ql O OLD ESTABLISHKD AND c7J.O 1.5 ItK- ANO LI A...........AUirutt 3 INDIA.............AuiruHtK) .AUKtist 17 AL'STKAMA......AuiCiiSt 1M OOLT1M HIA.......Autiunt 21 EUROPA............Sept, 7 At noon from pier20 North River. New Vork. 'rurrenuy ratPs m" to Ijomlon. Liverpool, or Dcrrv, bv Wt-diu-stlay's Kteamers. bv steamers. ami excuotoii intermediate, S-'Vt; Sai. CcrtltlcuteH, ut towcj-t rates CJIQ bo bought here hy wishing to SIMK! Cor their friends. Apply at the compuny'n lo UE-NDEKHON BUOTHERS, No. 7 Uowlini? iJreen. OPKCIAL NKW STKUIERS or THE O Anchor Line Will >uil a-; TUINACl'lfA, CALIFOIiNIA, August 17. Kxcnrslom-its mteuJlnj! will bent ron- sult th'-ir own by inspecting these litlert up new Htcamers bcioro tickets else- wln-rt1. For tickets apply on hoard at pier 21) North River, or Company's oflirea, 7 Bowltnjj; Green. llltOTllKKS. froi OKI' DOMIMON. Houri City Point mid Kldn RlvhiK bin Tin-, points. A. conitiiatirlfr, for Konollc. or at tti( polntH WotiUi anri iiXh ticteeLs Issued to all unequalled. Apply at pier imquitllcd. Apply at pier 371. (JrvcnwIcU street, corner 01 CCNARD LINE. T THE BllITlPn AKll NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS, S between Xew VorK and Liverpool, culling at Cork Harbor. ritOtt NKW YOKK. I tftttU XKW YOlUC. C1KTNA.......WtD., July 31 I CALABRIA. Auff. S __ .._ __ ____________ 7 AUYHS1NIA...SAT., Aug. 1U liable oftlcc. Monuy advanced on I Aus. M I BATAVIA......SAT., Aug. 17 WHtchcd, Jewelry, Laced, Jfec.; same bought at Highest Aug. 21 I Aua- prices. A. O. 11EHTS. JAVA.........WED.. Aug. IWl PAJtTUIA......SAT.. AUtf. SI And every lollowinit WEDNESDAY aud SATURDAY' trom ALBANY AND TROY BY DAY LINK BOATS CL VTB- BAKDaud DANIEL DKKW, commeneitia: Leave Ventry uin-ei pier ut M. ami Tliirty-fourth, street at Yuiikurs, Tarry town Jina Nyaot diy I'yuylitKepsie, Itlmiebeclc, Tivyli, CaulLilt Trip tickt-W to Point, Coruwulland Kew- burip, returning day, SI. Comurctltiij lor all points ami North, Special Tniins lo and Sliuron same evening. 4 KTERNOON ftOAT FOR NKVt'BURtf, Hondont, King-st'on, Coxzens', Went Poiut, Corn- wall. Now llanibiirjr. Mil ten and llvdo I'ark. PoWKLL, trnm Xt.evcry :nu-rno KVKN'INd LINK STKAMERS FOR AL- tuiny uml Trov. Sleamers and THOMAS POWKi'iL li-j.ve iiier North Kiver, loot North sLrei-t, daily, Saturnays eierptcd, at G P. M milking Suns enmiecilons with all trains grins North, Kast and We.st. Ticki'ts i-olii and baKtraictf checked to all iiolntu on iga. and Trov and Boston Kailroads. r and Saratoga BROADWAY, OVER HERALD BRANCH, room B, and 41K Sixth made on Diamonds, Watches, Je.welrv; die aauie bought and sold. A. L1NDO, formerly with Haymau Leopold. H AIR, HAIR, PATENT HAIR, equal to human hair, can bo combed andhrudhed: Swttehee, Human Hair, cheapest In the market; solid Switches, one yard long, Preach, Twist, and Ladies'own hair, made over, 2Sf.; latdst styles always on hand. 3W Bowery, opposite Third street ana near Great striiCit, und .xXt Sixth uvenue, be- tween ate olid and Twenty-third streets. FERTIKRO (KOR- nierly ot" No- 6 Lafayette place) has removed to No. 7 West Thirtieth street, third door from Filth uvenue. FALL RIVER LINK FOR BOSTON. VIA The KteamiTH BRISTOL unit PROVIDENCE, from pier 2H North Klver, foot ot" Murray street, cltiUy exccptfd) at P. M. Tickets sold to principal polutiia New KiiKbtnd, tbc White Provmcetf. Hall's liuntl viiifaged t" POST OFFICE NOTICE.-THE MAILS during thn wecfc ending Suturdav, August 3. 1872, will close at this offlee on. M., ou Thursday, _Pofltmafiter. A BASKET PHAETON FOR CANOPY and Harness; all in good order; has been used hut a short time; will sell cheap, with Horse Apply at 161 East Twenty-elsnih street. SALE, NOT ONE-HALF HIS KEAL value, and la one of the finest Kentuchv bred saddle Horses in thu State, for style, beauty and giut; is 5years old this spring, I5K hands high, kind lu single and double harness; a lady can ride or drive him, and warranted sound. Can be seen for three days at No. 146 West Thirty- ninth street, between, Broadway and Seventh avenue. Inquire for QEORGE. _____ SALE, A BARGAIN, THE PROPERTY OF A private gentleman going abroad. Bay Horse 13 hands high; sound und kind In all harness; tf years old: stands without tying; a lady can drive him in three min- utes, and warranted to trot to a wagon in Call for three days at 143 Thirty-ninth, street, between Broadway and Seventh avenue. MORNING BOAT FOK steamboat THOMAS COLLYEH leaves Fulton, ferry Brooklyn, at every Sunaay morning; Christopher street, New York, 8 o'clock; Tmrty-iourth street, landing at Haverstra and Cornwall. Ret M-, arriving in New bout will also land at Mauhattanville (125th street) Spe- cial urrungeaumta with the Third avenue, Harlem and Manhattanviiie Railroads have been mode to convey DUS- i! to and from the boat. CARRIAGES. PONY PHAETONS AND BUSINESS WagoaB. ail stvles, for nalo or to let by the day or season. WITTY'S rnanmtictory and stables Kevins and Faiton streets. Brooklyn. VAN DUSER, 135 AND 137 CHRYSTIE JLf street, nave on hand some splendid full spring and naif spring Top Wagons, and some splendid single seat ana taree-quarter half spring no tep Koad Wagout; also second hand Wagons in good condition. VEHICLES, J? superbly finished. jaEWAKDS. _____ ttEWABD.-LOST, ON _ aamallTvUiw Spitz Jtog. THe above, reivard is finder .an .returning him to Nt MA B_ _ _ __..... PJ-vF coanier in front of receiving teller of Bull's faok August 1, .between 12 and 1 o'clock, with from to 50, and my Jiamo In tho book- H73. McILVAIN, 210 East Nineteenth gtrect. A SMALL SCOTClT rtcr fog; collar Initials E. Jtt. T.; Ned Tbe reward mil be paid at 169 Greene ctreel J. West Twenty-fourth street on Friday evening will re- turn ;the samot.they will the fmi viltie aid no he day of too drawing they will be destroved, and ,000 gilts offered will all be drawn and paid but shed In value in proportion to tue percentage of unsold tickets. For instance, if only three-fourths of the tickets are sold the CapitafjUt will "be reduced to and au .be others m proportion. Tickets, like bant notes, are good only to the and those who purchase tickets or draw girtsnced not be Itnown unless they so desire. UOIM The Farmers'and Drovers'Bank of LooisvIUe is Ti-ea- ali, moneya arisins from tlie sale of tickets will be placed tliere to remain as a special deposit until he concert Is over and all the gifts fully provided for and subject only to tne joint check of tne Agent ind of the concert and the President Treasurer of the Public Library- The mftnagcmeut if not dependent upon the gale of for the means of paying expenses, but is am air rovidcd with rtiuds now on deposit fu the JFarmers' and trovers'Bank (or that purpose. Tho enUre products of ac sale of tickets will stand untouched in bank as guarantee for the payment of all the gifts offered Purchasers of tickets will note that there are LOGO pirts or distribution bv lot at thjs Conctrt instead of 731 as at IB first entertainment, in December last. All tickets ordered and not paid for or returned before .the drawing will be cancelled by their numbers, it beinir now distinctly announced that tickets are cash, and that none can be out on C. O. D. orders or otherwise and not paid for when the drawing comes off. The trustees have secured the services of Hon Tnoe E -Bramletto, late Governor of Kentucky, to act aa their jagont in the Unsocial and fccsineas affairs of tills Grand Uift Concert. All gifts drawn will be mud without any discount, and tUose who were awarded and .fc low prices, A. S. FIASDBAU, Koa. 7 and 18 East Eighteenth street FOB. SAiE-A BAJtK CHESTNUT SOREEL HORSE. steps in four minutes; warranted sound and kind; present owner has driven him four years anu will guarantee him. Apply at 88 Hudson street FOB BAY HORSE, warranted sound and kind; 4 yarnesa. Apply at 749 SU.lt. street. HAKDS SIGH- 5; also Cart and FOR BEAnTTFOL LITTLE 3IABE; BRIGHT sorrel; fine, styiidli traveller; saddle or in harness- to be sold at a bargain. Apply at Fleetwood stable, For- tieth street and Sixth avenue, or 114 Broadway, basc- AHOTT! FOK RQCKAWAY SUXDAY Kteamer NELLIE WHITE loaves Peck slsp at 830 A M. and l :15 P. M.; Christopher street, N. 9 A. M. nad M.; pier 4 North, River, A. M. 2 K M.; Fitl- ton ferryt Ifrooklyn. 930A.M. and 1 P. at. Returning, leaves Hockaway Beach at 11 A. M- 5 P. M. A SUNDAV EXCURSION TO COLLEGE POINT Steamer CATLlNwUl leave Eighth street, K. It. on Sundttv, M. and Thirty-third street at 9 A. M. Fare 20c.__________ LEE, PLEASANT VALLEY AND steamboats from tsprlniy street every Sunday, at 930. 10, 11, 13, M landing iu Tttirtv-fourth street 10 minutes later, and dally at 10, a. 5 and 7 P. M. 30c. for tlie round trip. y New York. or SSI, and gold, ac- cording to accommodation. Tiukrin to Purls, tlft, if old, Additional. Return tickets on favorable tcrnis- Steerage, curroney. Steerage uckets from I-ivcrt'ool and Queenolovrn and all purts of at lowest rates. Throucn bills or" lad- iiui iriveu for Reliant, OluMKow. Havre, Aiitwerp anil other ports on the Continent, and fur Mcdiu.-muiflnn ports. For frcijrht aud cabin passage apply ttt tlie No. 4 HuwliilK Urt'cu; for srt-t-ruBe pHSMMifa ttt HI JHroad- way. JJHAS. FilANCKLYN. AyenL PER STKAMSIIIP CALABRIA EM- JL burk irom the Cunard whurf toot of Grand street, Jersey City. P. M., on Saturday. Augusts. O. KHANCKLYM, ND. 4 Bowling Green, ST. Y. QRIKST, >r ihu __ A. P. HAfltJX. Si (iRKENPORT SHKI-TRR Harbor aim >ruw SuOollc. INMAN LINE. For Queenstown ami Liverpool. Royal mail ateamen are appointed to sail ft.s follows CITY OF PAR19...............Saturday, August S, 2 P. M. CITY OF NEW YORK........Saturday, August 10. 3 A, M. OITY OF LIMERICK.........Thursday. 15, i P. M. CITY OF BROOKLYN........Saturday August 17, 2 P. M. CITY OF LONDON...........Thursday, August 22, 8 A. M. CITY OF AugustijC 0 A, M. and each succeeding Saturday and Thursday, ft-om pier 45 North Kiver. RATES OF PASSAGE. Payable in Gold. in Currency I To i-r. f To -London 
                            

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