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WHOLE NO. 12,012.
A 1LKOHOKN.? NEJCT OF KIN WANTED.?TIIK KKFKKmutative*
ot the late Mies Mary Mefborn, some time of
Lelth an<l latterly of Forth, are requested to lodge claims lor
her estate with Messrs. J. A J. Mllier, Bol let tors, Pertfe, I
Pkrtii, June 1,1168.
D N. H, JR. YOU ARE NEEDED IMMEDIATELY.
1,10It ADOPTION FULL SURRENDER, FEMALE IN
r I ant, 10 days old. The Nursery, 2 A Thompson street. I
INFORMATION WANTED-OF MARY MOKGOUGIl,
I who married Thos. Koive, and of Isabella Mordough, who
an It'll John McKlinunn. Both ln.lt Newtowuhamlltou,
county Armagh, Ireland, over 'Jo years ago, since which tliuu
they hate nut hern heard of by their irlendu. Any Imorma.
tlnu respecting them will be thankfully reoelted by A. Montgomery,
at the Fitth Avruue Ifotel, New York.
NKiRMATION WANTED-OF THE WHEREABOUTS
I of William Dilks Keaney, who le:t New Yotk about IJ
yrais ago add went to Boston; was last seen id Philadelphia.
A liberal reward wl 1 be paid tor any Information respecting
his whereabouts, by addressing his aunt, Mrs. Catharine
Foley, ltd Hatter street, New York. Boston and Cailloruta
papers please copy.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF THE WHEREABOUTS
1 ol Oswald Ahretis;name under his father', or Oswal t
Wehb (name under step ather). Will re thankfully recelt od
Ly Waldron /liter, l.Old Third avenue, btAwe.eu Sixtieth
aud Rlgty-flrsl streets, on preedng business to bis own bene:.!.
INFORMATION WANTED?OF WILLIAM M. CREADV,
! oi this city. Any person knowing of his whereabouts
will please address J. It. Hoppeis, lloppera' Post oOice,
*1 weltth stree.t and Rroadwuy.
IF JAMES CALDWELL, CIGAR MAKER, V II L WRII'R
to Isane. Smith, 1HB Christopher street. New York, he wtii
beat somelbing to his advantage.
JUSTICE REQUIRED I
KPATIB BECK-LATH OF WASHINGTON. CALL ON
V Nettle Smith, 109 (o.d No. bl' West Twenty I itli rtreet.
JAURA-MY HEART IS BREAKING. YOUR CRUELTY
J is Inhuman. I pass daily. Whne am you f II. R. C.
Neglected EDUCATION wishes to hear from
her dark eyed assistant Id the search (or hei lost alec-e
Sutton sums weeks ago, In Fourteenth street. Addiess,
through Personals, Anxious L.
SHOULD THIS MEET THE EYE OF JOHN LORD,
who Uvnl at Mrs. Ford's. No. 6 Hague street, New York,
In ION, he will hear of something to his advantage by addreasmg
D. W. L, Herald oOice.
LIT. JOHN-IP YOU W1NII TO SEE MF. BEFORE I GO
O home, call at KM Thirtieth street. LENA DAVIS.
SB. 8., CIGAR MAKER-WRITE TO YOUR FRIEND
. at Lawrenceluirg, Indiana.
"CBCLUDED" NOTE OF 8TH RECEIVED. WILL
O phv SlaOuU for both lots; no more.
fPHE LADY IN BLACK WHO, WITH A LITTLE CIRL,
I left M Fourth avenue stage at Thirtieth atreet, un Thursday,
about half-past twelve o'clock, and afterwards klndJv
noticed her fellow passenger In 1 lulit costume, It anppllcated
to grant hint her acquaintance. He waa tempted In reeponae
to her validation to join Iter, but remembered in time that
"children tell tale*." Address Clarence Clifford, Herald office.
m E T A L
factory. Theae r.i
perior hunting Lever
Watcbea only $15 and
tliO each. Equal In ap
prarauce and for time to
gold onea coating $150 and
$?0". Jewelry and Chalna of
the aame metal. Every watch
warranted. C. K. COLLINS A CO.,
386 Broadway, corner of Worth, up
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS, SHOES,
Trunks and Valises at the Great Family Shoe Emporium,
330 Howery, corner oi Bond street, selling 20 per cent
below Broadway prices. W 11 B1GELOW,
A-JL-PERSONS WHO ARE INSURED IN GOOD
. life Insurance companies, and who do not desire to
surrender their policies by an absolute sale, can borrow the
anrrender value of their policies by applying at Insurance
Agency, 71 Broadway, room ?1.
A GREAT SAVING TO ALL FAMILIES, HOTELS,
bakeries, Ac., by use of celebrated, excellent Butter
Fewdera. Best Ireah Butter less 2U cents. None should be
without U. The $1 box sent to any adore as (with full directions).
Agents Wanted. 163 Broadway, below Cortlandt
street, room No. 3.
A -ITALIAN LOTION FOR THE COMPLEXION PRE.
vents sunburn, freckles and pimples. For aale by Dr.
I IACH AKIK, 760 Broadway, and all druggist*.
1 ?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS
J\. Missouri and Kentucky State Lotteries.
MIHHOl'ltl? EXTRA CLASH 445, JULY 9, 1HC9. |
1). 9, M, 5, 4, 61, 47, 30, ?L Ssl ?8, 67. ,
IHHOLKI CLASS 416, JULY ft, 186".
M, 24, 60. U, 25, 14, 30, ? 62, 36, lift, 3\
MKNTOcKY?EXTIIA CLAbB 421, JULY 9, 1869.
? 43, 40, 17, 16, 64. 47, 28, 60, 69, 67, 21.
KENTUCKY?CLABB 412, JULY 9, 1869.
67, 62. 16, 60, 42, 13, 30. 18, 66. 47, 41, 46.
Information furnlBhed In the above and also Royal Havana
lotteries J. CLliTE, Broker,
No. 206 Broadway and 168 Fulton street.
CAROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT, BUREAU OF
/ Water Rents.-Notice Is hereby given that five per cent
penally will be added on the 1st day of August next on all unpaid
water rents. WILLIAM U. M< KINNEY,
TAXCIBE NOTICE.-THE UNDERSIGNED WILL APPLY
12 to lbs Metropolitan Board of Excise on the 9th day of
July, 1869, for a license to sell wines, liquors, Ac., at No. 307
West Forty first street. H. O. BURL1NGHAM .
T7XCIRE NOTICE THE UNDERSIGNED WILL APPLY
Ei to the Metropolitan Board of Excise, on the 9th day of
August, 1869, for a License to sell Wines, Liquors, Ac., at No .
9)3 weat street. New York.
geo. b. ward a wm. thoma8.
Notice.?all persons holding claims or ant
description against the late firm of (leery A Kendall, are
requested to send a statement of the same wllbln ten days
from data to tb? undersigned, who Is alone authorised to
Ihiutdate the affairs of saldlate firm.
8AMUEL W. GF.ERY, 719 Broadway.
. fTHE MEMBERS OF FRANKLIN LODGE, 447, F. AND
' I A M., are hereby summoned to attend an emergent meetlag
on Monday evening, July 12, at 8 o'clock, to roofer the
Second wit. By order of the W. M.
BURNETT WOOLF, Pec rotary.
The creditors of marks a oohn ark re
quested to meet at the office of Jaod A Furlong, No. 293
Broadway, Julv 14. at 8 o'clock P. m., with a view to settlemeat
YACHTS, NTRAMBOATN, Ac.
i.aor SALE- THE CELEBHATBD SCHOONER YACHT.
Henrietta, 110 loin brden, old measurement, winner of the
urul octal) yachl race to Cowea, England, In WM, (In which
he made the extraordinary run of S80 mile* in S4 hour*), and
several other orean race*. The Henrietta baa been on a cruiae
to the Weal Indies, but baa returned to New York. While
on her voyage from Key Weat to Charleston she made
a run of 2UI mllea during rough weather, showing that
abe baa lout rone of her aperd. The Henrietta baa a commodlona
saloon, handaomely tilted up, with a large atateroom on
tbe atarboard aide, three other ata erooma and fwoatatevaoms
forward for officers, The cabin furnltnre, kitchen
olenitis, Ac., are In complete order, and the veaael will be put
In leadineia logo to aea immediately. The Heortetta will
compare favorably, lor apoed am: seagoing qualities,
I with any yacht In thie country or Kngland. Knr particular*
addreaa J. ANDERSON Herald office, New Yolk
J.VOR SALE?A SCHOONER. do 1?rNV. <H,I) VKASI Rl
mrnt Apply to H R PARKER, 28 Veaey street, rear.
ycTKAM YACHT KOR HALE. A TINE MODELLED
D ateam yacht, hft feet long, lit* leet beam, 10 Inch square
cylinder, well found and In complete running order for sale
cheap, She la very economical In Ibe Item of Itiel. Address
llolpliln, New York Herald olllce.
VTEADI Ti;u ItOAT FOR SALE. tki KEET LON(1, 13
l> feet beam, R feet depth, urawa 3 feel water; double enfine,
new holler, 37 tons: aldewheel, ?u horsepower, speed.
Ofknola; anawei for ferryboat: will sell low i'oi raab; excellent
order, with guards Sfiitlp feet; will carry KM pnssen
gera. R. .1. POWERS, JOB Broadwav.
yUKII1 KOR HALE?A3' LONO DOCK, JERSEY CITY;
O 10 Idna; good sen host. Inquire on hoard.
WANTED TO PI'KCHASE.
WANTKD KMKHE LA THE, WITH BACK (JEER AND
?rrfw in awing from 121" III Inched, and 3 to & feet
waft Muat be In good order. Addreaa. atalln? full parttrnlard,
hoi **1 Hernl'l nllrt.
WANTKD TO HIIV A HOOD SECOND HAND
Erleanon Caloric Engine, one <ir two florae power, AdUreal
M. A L., Herald nlHw.
I A DIES' BONNKTh AND HATH. HALF PRICE.- L.
A H1NNB' Millinerr, cheapen In Amerlua and largeal In
lha world, fi77 Broadway, up alalra, nppoalla Metropolitan
Hotel. Hmi (lata. $1. Cnlldran'a Hate.
AT Till-: EVERETT ROOMS MRH. BRIOHAM WILL
J\ apeak batore the Nuclei* of riplrtlualleU Sunday, at 10 'a
and 7*4 o'olork I'onferem <- at i-v I*. M
ANNOI NI'EMKNT. REV. CHAH. B HMYTII TO MOR
row morning llth at. Ohnrrh, lietween 3d and Sd am
Not ringed III warm weather Heala free I'omn one, come
all, tnwie every one, rlrli and poor, aalnt and ainner. I'aalma
('HURI II OK TIIK KTRANHI RK LAKi.K CHAPKL,
J I'nlyeralty, Washington a<|iinre. Rre. Itr Deania
jirearhee to-moirow, nt lllx A. M and 7\ P. M. Heala free
rirangera .ordiallr III.lied.
Ton MKRBKNOKR OF HOD WILL PRRACH IN THE
llaiveratty, Waehtnatnn a.inara, on Holiday, at 3 P M.
Benin free. Hnhjaet 'The Llltlc Bern OlorlfjIDd UOd Ml lb#
ftFU." >?, *4IJ, le,JS r
CIlHitOX COOMB. L I HATIRDAY, Jl LY 10, AT
P thrt-t! oVlnck I*. M.?Mateli, If500; M. Koden, h. k'
Youiik CuuiiuuiIoic ; J. Cuduey, b. c. Twist; lhrr>' in nvr, to
Imw J. A. CHAMBERS, Proprietor.
/1 REATK8T TROTTlNtJ RACE OK THE HKA80N.
\ 1 KiihIiIoii Coui'hf, L. I.. Muiiduy, July 12, at 3 P. M.
I'r.iprlelot H' puree Sli.buu; milt' he-it, 3 in 5, In Harness. m.
Koden enters n. in. Amcrlcau lilrl. 1) I'flfer enter b. m. Lady
Thorn. J. CIJ AM BKKB, Proprietor
rp\VO DAYS' RACING,
AT TIIR COPAKK TROTTING PARK,
COLUMBIA COUNT*. N. V
FIRST DAY, JULY 13, It#!'.
PURSE No. 1.-8100
$76 to tin I borne and $26 to second home, fur nil homes
that never I.hv? boaten'i 50
HAMK DAY-Pume No. 8.- *76. .
Free for all running horses, one half mile beat*, bent 2 in 3,
DIM to tlrst borne anil $26 to second home.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 186)1,
SKI UNO DAY?Purse No. 3. $*?.
$160 to tirnt borne anil 460 to seooud borne, for bornea tbat
have never beaten 8.40.
SAMK IIAY?Pome No. 4.-#4fl0.
$276 to tirnt home, $76 kfsecoud borne and $60 to third borne,
lor bornea that have never beou 2 31.
The above raeen are 1 mile heatn, beet 3 In 6 to barnean.
K i!ck of the Fashion eourne to govern.
A 1 riilriea to be addrenned to
.HWEP1I HALSTKAD, Oopake, N. Y., or
Compton House- Twenty-fourth ntreet. New York city.
Entuen to close July 10,1060, at 8 o'clock P. M
JOHN BAIN, Prenident.
I'etkk M<'Arthur, Treanurer.
Sfv.NKh HltUhl and Hiram Hami., Secretaries.
Purse No. 3 will be left open for Bones and Webatuck.
All premiums will be paid at the stand after each race.
NPOKTINIl-UOUS III HON, 4bC.
All kinds of fancy nous ald birdh for
rale.--Medicines for all diseases. Prepared Food for
mecklnv birds, at B. DOVEY'S, No. 3 Greene street, corner
N. B Ladies attended by Mm. Dover.
HORNKM, CARIUAOIN, ?r<".
A T BAKKKK A HAMLIN'S CITY AUCTION M*T,
A MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER,
corner Broadway and Thirty-ninth ntreet,
REGULAR AUCTION BALES
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Gentlemen's private Establishments disponed of at public
and private sale to the bent advantage, and a general assort
mcnt of llorieB, Carriages, Buggies, Horse Clothing, Hollers,
Whips, Ac., to suit the needs or oil classes of purebssers, constantly
on bond. Orders promptly executed.
Twenty-four bourn allowed for trial on every horse sold
Good stabling for horses at phbltc or private sale. The only
mart in the city having a driving; ring for showing horses on
sale. Carriages. Jtuggiea. Ac., taken on storage.
Liberal advances made on everything In the horse line.
Catalogue of sale tbls day at M o'clock.
Coal black Patcben Mare, M hands, 8 years old last May ;
sired by Major Low, he by George M. Patchen, dam by the
celebrated mare Kitty, who trotted forty miles at Chicago in
three hours. Major Low trotted at the Rochester Union
Course to harness in 2:S1. This mare has been owned by one
gentleman ever sines she was foaled, and is warranted sound
and kind in all harness and to trot very sharp. She is a
splendid saddle mare, very stylish; sold for want of use.
Hay truck Horse, 16.3 hands, 8 or 9 years old, warranted
kind, capable of great endurance; sold on account of mate
Bay gelding Mar, 1S.3 bands, 8 years old, warranted sound
and kind and warranted to trot In 2:80; ladles or children
can drive him ; also Wagon, Harness, Blankets, Ac.; sold on
account of owner leaving the city.
Also 7 other Horses, described at sale; one top Wagon,
made hy Benson Bros., together with 8 other lop Wagons.
8 no top Buggies.
4 Depot W agon*.
1 three seated Depot Wagon.
2 coupe Rockawaye.
Whips, Halters, every style of Wagons, Harness, Surcingles.
Sheets of Dr. Cornell's make, Blankets, Baddies,
Bridles, LaplRobes, Ac.; everything In the riding or driving
line. No postponement on account of weather.
A -THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OP TOP AND
. opeu, road, depot, jagger, business, express sad side
spring Wagons: also Ilochaways, 1 feed Wagon, I carpenter's
lumber do., 1,0U0 sets of Harness of all grades, 1 Coach,
1 Brett. 1 six seat I'ark Phaeton, and everything appertainlug
to tbn business, all to be found at the old stand, 1,339 and
1,41)1 Broadway, near Forty-first sL JAMES JENKINS.
Assortment ok carriages and harness?
Two second baud top Buggies.
HICKS, 32 Barclay street
A -THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY OF
. Can-lages of all descriptions, new and second hand:
also single and double Harness, Sheets,-Nets, Ac., at GRAY'S
VmnlM, I'll* r>*l,n. V ?1 U i.H <M U'nnll.r
A $175 WILL BUY ONE OP THOSE STYLISH BAH
. ket Pony Wagona at 865 Broadway, near Eighteenth
A FOUR SEAT WAGON FOR SALR?IN OOOD ORDER.
Apply al RYERHON A BROWN'S, 78 Univeralty place.
AT 33 PERRY STREET, BETWEEN WAVERLKY
place and Fourth atreet,?For aale, a atyliah brown Mare,
15 handa blab, aound and kind; muat be aold, aa the owner
baa no uae for ber.
A ?BREWSTER, OK TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, OF..
fer* aecond baud Carrtagnh, via.
one ali-aeat Rockaway, In good order.
One four-feat Phaeton.
One top Buggy.
A-brew?ter, of twenty-fifth street, of.
fern at a bargain one all paaaenger Phaeton, auilable
for livery uae.
A -TWO AND FOUR SEAT BASEST PONY PHAE.
tone, alx and four aaat Park Pbaetopa, Cabrtoleta,Victorian.
Bugglea. Depot Wagona; 80 per cent leaa than former
prlcea, to make room.
HAM'S, Broadway and Fourth itreet.
A WAGON WANTED?EITHER TWO OR FOUR
wbeeler, with top, for eity uae: a good aecond hand
doctor'* wagon will do. Addrtaa, with prloe, H. C. G., No. 1
Eri* Building* -.#
AT NEW YOKE REPOSITORY, 18 EAST EIGHTEENTH
itreet, near Broadway, all the neweat and moat faahlonable
atylen of Carrlagaa are offered at prlcea to autt the moat
economical buyars; alio aeveral nice aecond hand top and
Road Wagona, by Hrewatar, of Broome Itreet, and other
bulldera; one light aecond band Rockaway, for four peraona,
and a turnout aeat Dog Cart, by BUvara, at low hgijre*. T
AT COLGATE k CO.'S STABLES, NBAR THE Cl'NARD
dock, Jeraejr City, a allver bay Horae, IB hand*, very eaay
under aaddle and good In harneaa: warranted aound and aold
for want of uae, with Saddle, Bridle, do. Or addreaa C. c. c.,
box 645 New York Poat ofllee.
A LOT OF SOILED CARRIAGES FOR SALE LOW?
One Depot Wagon, bve Bugglea, two Rockaway*, one
Victoria, one Pony Pbaelon ; alio aeveral aecond hand Carriage!
cheap. Large aaaortment new atyla Carrlagaa and
Harneaa at CALVIN WITTY'S warerooma, 688 Broadway.
A good new or Nearly new top buggy and
ingle Harneia wanted, foreaab, at 78 Naaaau itreet,
room No. 6.
Army wagons, farm carts, tents, contractora'Mule
Collara, Harneaa, McCtallan 8addlaa, Tenia,
Wall, Hoapltal t'anvaa, Horaa, Truck Cover*, Oovernmert
Blanlteta. W. A. CARTER,
58 Cortlandt atreet, near Greenwich.
FOR SALE A SOl'ARE BOX. SHIFTING TOP BUGGY,
iu good order; been naed about alx montha. Apply at
Ebhltt'a atablea, corner Seventh avenue and Twcnty-aecoud
IjtOR SALE A HANDSOME, THOROUGH BRED, REN
' turky aaddle Mare, 7 vcara old and perfectly aound. Inquire
at No. 15 Gold atreet. New York.
For sale-for want of use, a very fine
aaddle Horae, auilable for a lady; warranted In every reaped.
Inquire at the Union National Bank, Rahway, N. J.
FOR SALE A SECOND HAND PARK PHAETON,
nearly new, at ball Ita coat, at WAKELEY'S, on Sixth
avenue, next door to Tbirty-alxtb atreet.
FOR SALE- A BEAUTIFUL WHITE PONY, 18* HANDS
bigb, aound, kind, faat and gentle, Park Phaeton and
not Weal Teilflh .l?ul
FUR SALE?A FINE BAY HORSE, M HANDS, BLACK
point*, H years old. Round ami kind, a free traveller; sold
for want of use; price fHfifl. At SIMPSON'S, 141 Kant
FOR8ALE-AN EXTENSION TOP PHAETON. NEAR
ly new, very Rtyllah, holds four; cheap. Apply at DUBOIS'S,
3u3 Greene .trcet.
For bale-a six-seated germantown light
Rockaway, in good order; also a second hand open
Carriage; wh. ! ? sold cheap, as the owner ha* no further
use for (hem. Can he seen al 118 Clinton place, near Sixth
JflOR SALE A BAY HORSE, 16K HANDS. SOUND
1 and kind and a good traveller; also light shirting top
Wagon (made by Wood Brothers), with pole and shafts, and
set light Harness; sold for want of use. Apply to S. M.
DEAN, livery stable, 384 East Broadway.
fjtor SALE A SUPERIOR PAIR of WELL BRED
1 brood Mares, 18 bands high, one with loal. to be sold at
a sacrifice, lb Vestrv street.
FOR HALE?FOR WANT OF USE, A ROAN IIORSK,
181* hands, sound and kind and good saddle horse ; ha
will work every day In ths week. $140. 377 Fourth avenue,
near Twenty-seventh street.
FOR SALE-HORSE, TRUCK AND GOOD WILL OK
work. Inquire of the cartman. 78 Cortiandt street, or at
i&fi West Twenty-seventh street. In the store, until sold.
TDOR SALE -FOR WANT OF USE. A FINE CARTER
I' limn Hone, 1014 hand a. 7 yeara r' I. 1 an he neen el
149 Weil Seventeenth (treet until gold.
F.tOK SXLF. CHF.AP (INK OVAL ULAHS HK.AKKF
and one oval glue batiy'a Hearae, 10 be enlii cheap Ini
caab; In the beat or order. Inquire at *10 Fourth atre?t. Wllliamaburi.
ENTLEMAN'8 SORREL TEAM. -A BEAUTIFUL,
\T perfectly matched pair, of fine atyle and action ; owner
will warrant perfectly anund gentle and kind In all harneaa.
agnail yeara; appropriate team for a lady'a phaeton; one
can trot In 11:10; will be aold alngly If dcetred. Can beaeen at
FAOAN'H atablea. corner of Harrlaon and H Icka atreela,
Brooklyn. For further partlculare Inquire through boa 4,Mr
hew V..Ill I'ual ofllce.
Uix FINE SH1FTINO TOP WAGONS.
line light rour aeat Phaaton
Two four aeat depot Wagona
Two one aeat depot Wagom
One top baaket pony Pheaton.
nun aei double carriage Harneaa, Ounacoinb make.
Fifty aet aiugle Harneaa.
Mill aheeta lla lem. Ac., Ac.
libra lied than any houae In the cltv outaldeof our Carriage
itep.ialtnrv, lis Liberty atreet,
at private aair
by JOHNSTON A \ AN TAKSll.L,
at their I'ariiage and llorae Marl, Ui Kn?l Thlimenth atreet.
near Fourth avenue
At their Carriage Repoailury, M Liberty atreat, near Naaaau
At their Auction Malearoom, 111 Naaaau atreet, uppoaitc the
NKW YOUK, SATUK1
IIOHNKH, ( AKKIAKGN, A?\
|II)HSK F?)R Itu A DAPPLR tiRAY, 7 YKA KH
II old. in,nd and kind, and a tplcndid ciri/rr. A|>|)ly at
Mi WcM Forty-ifvond sirei't.
OBTXRAL SECOND HAND t'ARHIA'iKP, TAKEN IN
P7 exchanrc, for ?al? cheap, tirent liarpalnH In Top and
Open HtiKKie* allvhtiy aollail. All alyUa Family Oarriaara.
nucaawaya, > lciunua, i naeiona, at'., at ninin
A A?POR THE FISHING BANKS DAIIjY. 8ATUR.
day* excepted, steamer RIP VAN WINKLK, Captain
Simmon*. leaving Feck alip at 7 60 A. M.; Chrlatoi her atreet,
N. It, at H :;0 A.M., and pier No. 4 N. R. at HA. a.; and on
Sunday*, frnm Eighth atraet, E. K., at 7 A. M.
Butt, line*, refreahniculH and music on board.
Fare, 4! I. ladica, 60 cent*.
A -SUNDAY EXCURSION BOAT FOR COLLEGE
. Point. WhlteMone, City laland ami New Roebelle.?
Steamer NEVKKSINK leave* Peek ?llp every Sunday at 9
A. M., rain or ihlne. Returning, leave* New Rochelle at 3:30
P. M., landing at Eighth and Thlrty-?evciith atreet* each wuj.
AllOY FOR ROCK AWAY AND SEA SIDE.?THE SEA
teamcr PORT ROYAL will commence to run to Rockaway
on Sunday, June II, and on every Sunday during the
aeuaon. Leave* veatry atreet, North river, at 8;40 A. M. and
pier 4 at S A. II. Returning leave* Rockaway at 4 P. M.
A -SUNDAY BOATS FOR HARLEM. HIGH BRIDGE
. and Karl'a Park.?SYLVAN OHOVE and SYLVAN
STREAM will leave Peek altp ahout every hour from 9:15
A. M. to 7 P. M. Leave liarleni about every hour from 8 A.
M. to <:8d P. M., landing at Eighth atreet each way. Fare 16
ALL ABOARD FOR THE FISHING BANKS. -THE
teamer WVOMING will run regular every day, except
Saturday, leaving North Eighth atreet, Williamsburg, at 7,
Eighth atreet, Eaat river, at7!g, Peck alln at "V, Cbrialopher
atreet 8)4 and pier No. 4 North river at 9 o'clock. Scbebel'a
national! braaa and cotillon hand, alao bail, line* aiutwefi-cahmenU
on board. H. E. HOLMES, GEORGE SCIIKBEL.
Brooklyn, bath and coney island railroad.
-Steam care are running every half boor; eara
frnm Hamilton, Wall, South and Fulton lbrriea connect at
if AdMi "f""
i 1HOLERA BANKS.?FISHIHW tft ttATLlORT. SKA
A y haaa and blueUib. The favoiOleMaetaatnor YANKEW,
Captain Henneaaey, Saturday night, .Tilly W, Will go, rain or
ulilne, and Anderaon Coldwall, pilot, win poaitlvely be on
hoard. Plenty of coffee and a aupertor chowder eerved free;
bait, line* an J rofreahmenta on board. LandingiFranklin
atreet, 11:30; Chrlatopber atreet, 18; Eighth atreet, K. R.,
18:30; Broome atreet, 18:46; Peck alip, 1A.M. Fare. 92.
JAMES A A. SCOTT.
Daily excursions for keyport.. the steamer
^ ^HOLMDEL. Captain Janio* G. Taylor, win leave^New
returning will leave Keypurt at II P. M? Saturdays excepted;
from New York, Saturday! at i I*. M. Fare 40 renin. Exeuralon
tickets 60 cents.
I EXCURSIONS.?BPR1NI1 HILL GROVE, NEAR HAST
'J ings-on-tbe-Hudson, now open for Picnics, Ac. Fins location.
For choice of days apply at 191 West street.
U To Excursionists.?Hot dinners furnished with all kinds
ol refreshments. Delightful walks, living springs, good
bathing and flue cooking.
For tar rockaway landing at all the
Hotels on the heacb each way. Steamer K. L. MA BEY,
Capt. Phillips, will run regular every day, commencing July 7,
18119, leaving K'ghth street. East river, at 8 A. M.; Peck allp.
8:16 A.M.; Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, 8:80 A. M.; pier No. 4
North river, 9 A. M.; returning will leave Far Rockaway at 4
P. M.. allowing passengers Ave hours on the beach, arrlvitig
at the city 7 P. M. Ail freight taken at reasonable rates.
Fare 60 cents each way. UEt). T. SAMM1S.
Fort Hamilton and hath fkrry-kvkry day.
Steamer WATER LILY leaves Hamilton avenue ferry,
Brooklyn, 6 and 9:20 A. M., 8 and 6 P. M., leaves Bath at 7 :Sfl
and 11 A. M., 8:110 and 6:30 P. M., landing at Fort Hamilton
For coney ikland.-tiie steamer norwalk.
Captain G. W. Wilson, makes regular trips to Coney
Island, leaving Christopher street. North river, 9:20, 12:2'l
and 3:20; Warren street at 9:40, 12:4(1 and 2:40; pier 4, Morris
street, North river, at IP, 1 and 4 o'clock. The steamer
SYLVAN SHORE, Captain K. T. Wilson, makes regular
trips to Ooncv Island, leaving North Eighth atreet. Williamsburg,
at 8 A. M .; Broome street, New York, at 8:20, 11 20 .ind
2:20; Peck slip at 8:40. 11:40 and 2:40; Pulton ferry. Brooklyn,
at 0, 12 and 8 o'clock.
Grand excursion to sandy hook, red rank
and Long Branch.?The steamboat SEA BIRD lenres
pier foot Warren street, North rirer, Sunday morning, July
11, at 8 o'clock. Returning?Leaves Red Bank at 41s P.M.,
affording a fine view of the Atlantic Oceail and plenty time
to bathe or go to Long Branch to dine and return same day.
Morning line to peekskill.-the steamer
ANTELOPE leaves every morning, without exception,
from the foot of Harrison street at 8 o'clock, landing at Thirtyfourth
street at 8'it; Yonkers, Hastings, Dobhs' Perry, (Tarrytown
and Nyack byCferry:, (Sing Sing, Haverstraw, Grassy
Point and Verplanks.
Regular Sunday morning boat for west
Point, Cold Spring and Newbnrg, stopping at Yonkers
each wav. The favorite steamboat SLEEPV HOLLOW,
Captain 3. Sherman, leaves Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, 8 A. M.;
Christopher street, 8:30; Thirty fourth street, 9 o'clock,
allowing two hours at Newburg. Fare uO cents escb way.
RBOULAR SUNDAY BOAT FOR KEYPORT.?ON AND
after Sunday, June 8, the steamboat GENERAL SEDGWICK
will make her regular trips between New Turk and
Keyport, making the usual landings. Leave foot of Barclay
street 9 A. M. Leave eteamboat landing Keyport 4 P. M.
STEAMER THOMAS E. HT.'LSE LEAVES FOOT OF
Cbriitopher street dally, Sundays included, 111. 2. 81g, 7V
for Pleasant Valley and Fort Lee, landing at Thirty-fourth
street each way.
CJUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR NEWBURG-FARE
O ill cents.?Tbs steamer THOMAS COLLYER, will leave
pier foot of Warren street on Sunday morning, July II, at 7)4
o'clock, Thirty-fourth street at 7:46, landing at Yonkers,
Hastings, Dobbs'Ferry, Irrington. Sing Sing. ;Harverstraw,
Coiiene*. Cold Spring and Cornwall.
Returning?Leaves Newburg at 1:80,
Arriving in New York at 6 o'clock P. M.
SUNDAY EXCURSIOV8?THE NEW AND SPLENDID
steamboat 8UNNYBIDE. the largest day boat on the
liver, will make regular Sunday tripe to Newburg, leaving
pier 89 North river, foot of Yeatry street, at 7:30 A. M., aba
Thirty fourtb street at 7:40, touching at Yonkers and Coxzens',
only,"giving three hours at Newburg. Fare tpl for the trip.
Returning, will leave at 2t< P. St., arriving at New York at
6:80 P.M. During camp meeting this boat will run to Sing
SLiitfAK niMi run ui.r-n i;uvr.?lahuiau a i
WUiteatone, Hand* Point, Glenwood anil Roalyn.
Steamer ARRO WSMITH will leave Peck allp, pier No. 34
Eaat river, Sunday, July 11, at ft A. M., (topping at Thirtyacventn
atreet each way.
The nf.w, splendid and very past steamer
SUNNY8IDK, il offered lor charter to aocletlea, aelect
partlaa and Sunday School*, ai the most deairable boat in
New York for eicuraion*. Apply to J. C. GIBBS, on board,
pier 39North river, or to CROCKER, WOOD A CO., 63
TO CHARTER FOR KXCURSIONS-THE FINE SEA
aleamer YANKEE, Captain Andrew Henneuey. The
YANKEE ban juat been thoroughly overhauled, nalnted and
refitted, with awning*. A<\, ana I* ihe beat nteamer for excuraloua,
pi mica, Ac., In New York. She can be chartered on
raaaonable term* of the Atlantic Submarine Wrecking Company,
82 South at roe t.
The steamboat ii. m. ( oolTfor "charter."
She baa aaloon arcnmmodatloua for 600. Addreia or
apply to P. HAMMOND, No. ft Morria atreet, Jeraey City.
/ aROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.?TO IRON
V, founder*.?Scaled propoaala. endoraed "for water pipe,"
alao with name of bidder and dale of Ita offering, will lie received
at tbla office (Rotunda, Park) until 11 o'clock A. M. of
Thuraday. July 15, lwjft, for tbe aupply of caat Iron water
pipe, aa followa
16,000 feet of 13 tncbea in diameter.
HO,000 feel, 6 incbea in diameter, and
4,000 feet, 4 iuchea In diameter; alao
60 branch pipea, 4 way, 12il2it)if>.
SO branch pipea, 8 way, 20i20i8.
40 branch pipea, S way, 6x8i4.
Alao 33 tona apeclal caatlnga and 11 tona atnpcock boaea and
Specification* and forma for the hid* can be obtained on
application a( tine office.
THOMAS STEPHENS, i Crolon.
ROBERT I,. DARRAGH, Aqnediirt
GEO. S. GREENE, 1 Board.
Nrw Yo.tk, .lulyS, 186P.
/ tROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.-TO- STONE
\ block paver*.?Scaled propoaala, endorted with title of
work, name of bidder and date of Ita offering, will be received
at tbla office until 11 o'clock A. M. of Thuraday, July
15,1 WW, for tbe pnvtng of Third avenue, from Fourteentb to
Forty-fourth atreet, with atone blocka.
Speriticationa and forma for the tilde can be obtained on
application a' thla office (Rotunda, Parki
THOMAS STEPHENS, , Crotou
ROBERT L. DARRAGH,, Aqueduct
GEO. 8. GREENE, \ Board
Saw fail,July 1 in
TJKIK R AI I.WAYCOM PAN IT
VJ Tender* will be received at thla office until July Id, IMP,
for the following aupnllea, to lie delivered a* required, on the
line of the Erie and Atlantic and Great YVeatera Rallwav*.
lor tbe uae of aaid railway enmpanie* to let January, ll-70 ?
Railroad Caatlnga of all deacrtptton*
Track Bolta and Nuti.
Hot and Cold Preaaed Nut* and Holla
Bar and Round Iron, "refined "
Boiler and Sheet Iron.
Pig Iron, "anthracite."
I'lg Iron, "charcoal," equal to "SaUabnry,"
Wrought Iron Ailea, to order.
Frog Steel, "to order."
steel Krog Plate* and Point*, "to order."
BHTI Aliri, LO "run
Tut Nail* and Kplkna
Wrought Nail* and Hpikea.
(ieorgi* Finn, l<> nr.In.
The dallreiiea In na nail)' In aurh tiiianiiltaa a*
may frnm time to lima be determined upon hy
tha rnmpany. altar the acceptance of the tatidar
l'artiea kidding moat alata tba <|iialliv of Ihp malarial nl
farad, and at what point delivered, alto furolah ?am|d*a
Ferment* In ca?h, aa ruatomary with Ihla rompanr
The company receive tha right to reject eny hide. whli-M
muai ha ancloeed, aaalad and addreaaed to
OROKOR C. HAUL, Furrhaalng Agent.
No. 1 Krta Block, foot of Keede atraal, New y.irt
M1I.K AM) I Ki : \ M.
4 it t NORTH MOORK STRRBT.- WOODIIDLL A
_ill OOUOK, Orange county Milk and Cream Hc'ela, Ice
cream *aloona, Ac., auppllad from l'ro*|>aci Park to llarlcm
rlfci. Order* hy m*ll will receive attention
i 1UI HUA1R, 16 RUR OR LA FAIX, FARI.;
\X Amhrnalal Cream for Shaving
kaehlnnalde IVrfuma* lor tha llandkorrhlaf.
Kan Luatrala fin Ilia llair.
Leu Uf Coltigft limvaurktivil* RKWAlkh
DAY, JULY 10, 1869.
PINANCIA1~ _ |
Autil ST H! I.HUNT A CO.
Issue letters of credit for trsTellein' use on
In l'art*, London, Frankfort ami Vienna, and their correspondents
In all the principal cities of Europe. A loo make
telegraphic transitu on California and Europe..
Howery SAVINGS BANK, NEW YOltK, JUNE,
1669.?Intercut will be paid to depositors at the rate of
all per cent on all sums from 96 to l?2,0WI, and on all auma
exceeding NS.WW live (5) per cent upon such excess of deposIlea,
agreeable with the provision* of the bylaws, free from
government tat, and payable on after Monday, July 111, 1669.
All interest not called for will remain aa principal and
draw lotersst accordingly Irorn the lal Inatant.
The bank la open for business dally from lfl to II o'clock,
and on Monday. Wednesday and Friday evenings In addition,
from I to 7 o'clock, at 13U Bowery.
By order of the trustees.
THOMAS JKKEMIAH, President
o. H. CiMMUhiiall. Secretary.
CfITI2ENH* SAVINGS BANK,
) he Bowery, southwest corner of Canal street.
Sii per cent interest, front 96 to iffi.Oi fl.
Assets, 96,610,168 31.
Money deposited now will bear Interest from July 1.
Dime savings bank, noh. 3 and t hkoadway,
W illturaahurg. Deposits made on or before the 2Utb draw
In erest from July I. Six per ceut on $5 or $6,00(1.
Knickerbocker kirk insurance company of
New York, oflice 64 Wall street, New York, July 9, 1669.?
Tbe Hoard of Directors have thla day declared a semi-annual
lUvldeiul of llys per cent, free from government tax. payable
on and alter July 16, 1669. The trausler hooks will be closed
from this ilalai until the 16th mat.
JOSEPH L. TOWNSKNPt SecretaryMorton
buss a co.,
30 Broad street, '<?, ..
issue Circular Notes and Circular Letter* Of CiMUMflk
jers; also Commercial Credits, available tPP*BjT|^PIk m
Money to loan-on second mortuob and
on property in course of erection.
SAMUEL BROWN A SON, :n>, Plue street, room No. 1.
Money to loan-on improved and unim
proved propertv and on first class country property.
First and Second Mortgages bought. W. B. NICHOLS,
Counsellor at Law, 116 Broadway, room 12.
vfonf.y to loan on bond AND mortoaof. on
ill improved oily property. Principal* only. LbWIK M.
OAUI&ta 1,B5U rout ollice.
MONEV TO LOAN-ON BOND AND MORTGAGE, IN
Hums of 9500 to $10,0011. Second Mortgages cubed at
abort notice, builders accommodated with short loans, in
sums to s tit SAMUEL V. MACK, 182 Broadway.
PRODI CTIVE WHITE PINE SILVER PROPERTIES
for sale on reasonable terms, subject to examination.--No
other known district approaches this In the site and richness
of iu veius, and no other investment Is so certain to yield
large and constant returns. Custom mills for working ores
near by. Owner may be seen at the office of SOOTH WICK A
JEROME, 46 Broad street.
Oil PER CENT,
O Free from government tax.
T1111111 AvKNtTR Savings Bank, j
Corner Tmill Avknuk and Twknty-hixtu Htrket,,
N ?w YORK, Juno 21,1889. )
Divii?*np."A semi-annual dividend, at the rate oi six per
cent per annum (free Irom government tax), on all sums
from 8*1 to $0x8011, will be paid on and after the third Monday
Deposits made on or before July 20 will draw Interest from
the 1st. Hank open daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M., and on
Muaday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from 6 to 8
o'clock. Bl'ENCRR K. GREEN, President.
Wv, B. Biiirinh, Secretary.
OTAR KIKE INSURANCE COMPANY,
P 06 Broadway.
Nrw York, July 1,1*89.
The Board of Directors of this Company have this day declared
a asm.-annual dividend of
Five per cent,
free irom government las,
payable on demand.
JAMES M. HODGES, Secretary.
TO LOAN-ON MORTGAGE- UPON CITY PROPERTY,
for a term of years, several sums, ranging from 88,000
to $800. Apply immediately to JAMES l'KICE, 200 Hudson
TRIST FUNDS TO LOAN-ON FIRST CLASS NEW
York and Brooklyn property, in sums of $5,000 and upward*.
Apply to J. PLANT, 29 Broadway, room No. 8.
ITNION DIME SAVINGS BANK,
j No*. 398 and 398 Canal street, corner of Laigbt.
Six per cent Interest on $5 to $S,1H>().
Monrv deposited on or before July 20 will bear Interest
from July 1. Assets, $8,512,566 06.
VALUABLE QUICKSILVER MINE FOR SALE- I
Wholly or In part. Address II KM It V Q. HANKS, box
1,1*0 Fan Francisco, Cal.
WB. PUTNAM, ? WALL STREET. BONDS AND
Stock* bought and sold. Loans negotiated on securities,
bond and mortgage, Ac. First Mortgages wanted.
YONKER8 AND NEW YORK FIRK INSURANCE
Company, 17d Broadway, Howard Building.
Nfcw York. June ft. 1HG0.
The Board or Mfactors base this day declared a semi-annual
Flee (#) per cent,
free from government tax, payable on and after July fi, 1869.
JOHN W. MURRAY,
lfc,~ TO LOAN AT ONCE-ON BOND AND
mortgage, on iutprOTed city Property; seysral
larger sums. Money for good second Mortgages.
WILLIAM KEN NELLY, 35 Pine street.
flK WANTED FOR THREE YEARS, ON WESTItl.vIvU
Chester county Property. Address D. S. U.,
d>1 n nnn t0 loan, in one sum-on bond
IP Iv/.UUU and mortgage on strictly first class Im
vsd city property. Principals may apply to CHARLES
I.ONT AND FOUND.
APOCKETBOOK FOUND-BETWEEN EIGHTEENTH
and Nineteenth streets. Ninth avenue, am person describing
and stating the amount can get It by calling at til
West Eighteenth street, In tbe rear.
Found on the hhth of june, in abingdon
square, a black and tan Slut; collar with silver plate.
Tbe owner can have by proving property and paying for Ibis
advertisement. Call at 413 Broadway, up stairs.
Found july 9, near city hall, a sum of
Money. Apply to WM. C. CLIFFORD, room 17, 847
Found-on monday, june ?, on fourteenth
street, near Fifth avenue, s lady's Purse, wblcb tbe
owner can have by proving property.
Mrs. J. P. BENNETT, With street,
between First avenue and avenue A, Harlem.
LOST-ON SUNDAY. JULY 4, IN THE METROPOLItau
Hotel, one (1,000 and one ifSHO United States Treasury
notes. The finder will be liberally rewarded upon delivering
the same at the bote! office.
Lost on Friday, a single stone diamond
Earring. Tbe finder will receive a liberal reward on
I returning It to H. D. Walker, 170 Broadway, room No. 8.
T OST-A CHECK OF H. B. CLAFL1N A CO. ON
1j E. O. Reade, endorsed by John Monroe A Co., for
(33,9;if .'is, payable in gold. Tbe public are hereby cautioned
against negotiating the same, as payment ha* been stopped.
Ji lt 9, 1609. JOHN MUNROE A CO.
JOST?GOING FROM THE WESTMINSTER HOTEL TO
j Eighth street, via Broadway, thence to University place,
a Sleeve Button (a coral Cupid in an snamellsd gold shell).
The Under will be rewarded by leaving It at the Westminster
OTRAYKD-FROM HOBOKEN, ON THE 4TH OF jul\,
O grav Horse; light brown spots, short mane and long white
tail, with a lump on his Mpht side. (Ill will be paid for In
formation leading to his recovery, by Mr. Klynn, 223 tt lllow
d>~ reward. application for a license and
>T)'f Incense vemn'sie io?i wimp going i rum i tveuij-miru
street Beat lo Twenty-third etreet West. The finder will receive
the ahov rew-wd by bringing the paper* lo 155 Tenth
evrt.ur, m the "tore.
S- RRWARD-rOR A TEN HOUND BLACK AND TAN
1 Sli t loat from No. 134 Prince itreet.
d. - REWARD.-LOST, ON JULY 7, A GOLD NECK
?P*) Chain, the name "Adell" engraved on the claap. The
finder will pleaa<' return th* aarne to Mr*. Ooorge Domlntck,
87 I'erry *lreet, New York.
$OA REWARD.- LOST, TUESDAY MORNING. A
tjM Black and Tan Slut; had on red rollar, with plate;
brown ?pot* orer ryfi, on brenit and leg*: cut ear* and verr
fat Return to 15 aud 17 Kail Twenty eighth atreet.
Air A REWARD. L.OBT, SATURDAY, JULY t, IN
Pt)U Third nrenue, between Twenty-third and Twenty
fnuttb streets, * leather Trunk, leather (trap*, bound witn
rone Any person returning It rir giving any Information
leading to the recovery of the earnc will receive the above re
ward at Police Headquarter!. Mulberry etreet.
jr. i ini REWARD FOR A SMALL DARK HAY COLT,
Jp 11 M F black lege, inane and tall, atolen from mv (arm at
iTreen River, Columbia county, N. Y.. June It.
,*v PIERRE D. VAN HOK.SKN
$OiWJ REWARD WILL BE PAID POR THE RE
lift' cover* dt a large magic case Gold Watch, Sneer
maker, Chicago, No. l,7fih, mat on Hroadlray, on the night of
December 15, 1867. Return to or addreaa General Deteetlve
Police tgency of Warrin, Whipple. Tinner A Co., 71 Broadway
Bonds stolen vkom
The Dime Saving! Hank ol W llllenuburg
Ittne IH, ISdu.
No. V. S. Ii-10'a. Int. due Jan. and .Inly
.4,351 1 *1,00(1
ltkl.435 1 fitkl
IMtV li." 2"l I llkl
1**7 I'Ji.lM 1 IflU
1*17 12!'. Ml 1 100
| Kit" Itl'.Ml | 100
1*17-117,IfB ..1 100
|tW7 57,MB I UK)
Total 8 **,100
A reward of gl.tiuu will be paid for Hie early restoration of I
these bonus on application lo Captain JOHN S. YOUNG, 01
tsro?<iw?T, MMiina ih, I > nnu if.
MAKHLKIJCKD HI. A TIC, DKCORATBD MARBLK AND
Mmhir Mantota. rich and rlr?nnt dralana. T. H.
STF.WAHT a C!0., ?K. Sixth avrnno, hrtwrrn Thirty filth and
MARBI.K AND MARHMCIZKI) MANTKLH. MONUmania,
Hrada'onca, Ac. The lariat, flnoat Anil ohraprat
Stock in tlir city; Mantcla. atari t'ataloguaa, arnt to Iho conntry
A KLABKK, 134 and IN Rut IRth at., near 3d at,
O KI.AHKR, NO M FIRST AVKNI'F, NFAR THIRD
O, alrrat, aella Marhlr Matilda, llaa.latonra and Monti
I n.rnta chaajirr than any una In thla city, to reduct hla ItOck ;
; HIWA DHiitiyuw ivltu u?w tmvrj.
CTS.AH TO OLAHOOW AND LONDONUEKKT.
l~ THE ANCHOR LINE,
Xayorite Clyde bail! piiuruiiti ?teainern, are intended In aa I
Cambria. .. .Saturday, Ju.y It) | liritannia.. .Saturday. Ju'y 24
baelan... Wedneaday, July 14 i Columbia. ..Saturday, Jul.v 31
Iowa Saturday. July 17 | Europe. ..Saturday, Au^. 7
aud each succeeding Saturday thereafter,
From pier 20 North river, at 12 o'clock noon.
Kate.* of passage, payable in currency ?
Cabin* to Liverpool, Glasgow or !>*rrv, $90 and $"5.
Excursion ticket?, good for tweive months, $16U.
Steerage to Glasgow or berry, $80, intermediate, #33.
Prepaid certificates from these porta, $37.
Passenger* booked to and from Hamnurg, Havre, Rotterdam,
Antwerp, Ac., at very low rates.
Drafts issued, payable at any Dank in brent Britain and
For further information apply on the steamers, foot of
Dey street, or at the Company's offices, No. 7 Howling Green,
NtwYork. HENDERSON BBOTHER&.
QTEAM TO QUEEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
O Frew New York onlv #80. steerage.
NEBRASRA. Guard Wednesday, Jo y 14
MANHATTAN ........Forsyth Wednesday, Jtdy 21
Plom pier 4tt North nver.
Cabin passage $H) gold.
Passage from and to New York, Purls, Hamburg, Rotterdam,
Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, France and Germany
at lowest rates.
Apply to WILLIAMS A OUION, ? Broadway.
pte am TO LIVERPOOL and GtJ h EN STOW N,
From pier No. 41 North river.
THE QUEEN, Gragan, Saturday, July 1(1. at 3 P. M.
ENGLAWOfYnnmpsoii, Ruturd ay, Jufy 17. at 11 A. M.
FRANCE, Qsac*, tUwtrdav, July 24, at 3 P. M.
PuHHiiceMdUVerpoot or Qr.esnslown?Cabin, #I'H) and $75;
Fteeraga ikdnpla from Liverpool or Queenatowo, $37, ctirrtncy.
' " Apply'attbe company's office, 19 Broadway.
F W J. HURST, Manager.
STEAM TO ANTWBRP?
calling at Southampton.
CITY OF DUBLIN July 7
CITY OF LIMERICK August 4
And monthly throughout the season
Rates of Steerage Passage.
To Southampton. $80 To Havre $35
To Antwerp 36 To Paris iTi
For freight or passage apply to JOHN <1. DALE, Agent,
15 Broadway, N. Y.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QOBJRN8TOWN.
bAMAKiA nana. nnrsuiiv, .liny a
MALTA sails ThnrKn.iv lulv 15
Steerage passage, $30, currency. Passage t,, Jie > York at
For passage apply at the oSIre of the oMErSr.y. Ill Broadway,
CHARLES 0. FRANK LYN, Agent.
THE HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
Iron mall steamship
Captain N. TrantmaD. carrying the United States u.aiii, will
sail on Tneaday, July 13,1869, at i P. M., lor
taking passengers for Hamburg, Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Pint Cabin, *190; Second Cabin, $72; Steerage, *25, gold.
Payable In United State* gold.
The ALLKMANIA to aai: July 29.
KUNHARDT t CO., V. B. RICHARD A ROAS,
General Ageuts, i.eueral Passenger Agent*.
6i Broad street, N. Y. No. ti Bar. lay met N. Y.
(JTEAM TO Ul'EENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
O Every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
COLORADO Wedneaday, July 7.
yUKEN Saturday, July 10.
Draft* payable in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland,
at current rate* of exchange. Apply at THOMPSON'S Passenger
ollue, 73 Broadway, corner of Rector street.
ONLY DIRECT LINE TO PRANCE.
The General Transatlantic Coiupauy'* Mail Stesraahip*
between New Y'ork and Havre, calling at Rreat.
The splendid vessels on this favorite roote lor the Continent
will sail, from Pier No. 60 North River, as follows :?
PEKKIRE, Duchesne Saturday, July 10.
ST. LAURENT, Lemarie Saturday. July St.
VILLE DE PARIS, Surmout Saturday, Aug. 7.
LAFAY'ETTE, Koussan Saturday, Aug. 21.
Rates ot Passage payable In gnlo (Including wine):?
To Brest or Havre?Plrst Cabin, $140; Second Cabin, $65.
To Paris (including railway ticket >?$145 anu $68.
These steamers do not tarry sleet-age passengers.
American travellers going to or returning frotn the Continent
of Europe, by taking the aleamers of this line, arobl
both transit by English railways and the discomforts of
crossing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble and ex pense.
GEO. MACKENZIE, Agent, 6f> Broadway.
STEAMER PRRIKRK, POR BREST AND HAVRE,
will leave pier No. 50 North river, foot of Morton
street, on Saturday, July 111, at eight o'clock. Paaeengers are.
requested to be on board at seven o'clock.
GEO. MACKBNZIE, Agent
London and New Toik Steamship Line.
Steamers tortnlgbtlv to London direct from pier No. 3 North
rtver. Passage at $90, $70 ami $30, currency.
CKLLA July 111 BELLONA Aug. 7
PARAGUAY July 24 ATALANTA August 21
Por passage to Hamburg, Bremen, Havre, Paris, Antwerp
and Rotterdam at cheapest currency rates apply to
ROBERT N. CLARK, 55 Broadway
For freight to HOWLAND A ASPIN WALL. 54 South it.
CJPECIAL NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. -THE STEAMic
ship (ELLA, Captain B. Gleadell, will sail on Sunday,
July II. *t 8 A. from pier No. 3 North river. Passengers
mi romiaaiail ia Km on hourri on flfltiiirHnv svpnir<r
HOWLAND k ASPlNWALL, Agents.
/ THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
Between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork Harbor.
Java, Wednesday, Jul; 14. Tripoli. Thursday, July 2M.
Malta, Thursday, Julv 16. China, Wedneaday, Aug. 4.
Scotia, Wedneaday, July SI. Siberia, Tburaday, Aug. 6.
Tarlfa. Tburaday, July S3. Russia, Wedneaday, Aug. 11.
Cuba, Wedneaday, Julv 28. Palmyra, Tburaday. Aug. IS
RATER OF PASSAGE.
Bv the Wedneaday Steamers, not carrying Emigrants.
First Cabin, (130, gold. Second Cabin, $80, gold.
First Cabin, to|Pana <145, gold.
By the Thursday and Saturilay Steamers.
First Cabin, SSll, gold Steerage, $30, currency.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool and (Jueenstowu and all
parts of Europe, at lowest rates.
Through Bills of Lading given for Belfast, Glasgow, Havre,
Antwerp and other porta on the continent, and for Medlter
For Freight and Cabin passage, apply at the Company's
office, No. 4 Bowling Green.
For Steerage passage, at 111 Broadway, Trinity Building.
CI1AS. G. FRANCKLVn, Agent.
THE NORTH GERMAN LLOYD'S
Stesmsbln HAN8A, Captain C. Brickens'.eln,
will sail, carrying the United Statee mail, from the Hrenien
pl?r, foot of Third street, Hohoken,
On THUR8DAY, July 15. 1*?,
BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON,
taking passengers to
LONDON. HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON sn.i BREMEN, at
the following rates, payable In gold
First cabin $1*1
Heconacabin.., <*> Gold.
Third cabin 26'
Steerage from Bremen. .... .$40, gold.
To be followed by tbe steamship WhSER, captain G.
Wenke, on Thursday. July IS.
Forfrelghtorpasa^^Wto^ 4 Bottom.
FOR LIVERPOOL ANDgilEENSTOWN.-lNMAN LINE
of mall steamers are appointed to sail as follows
CITY OF PARIS Satunlay, July 10, I P. M.
ETNA (via Halifax) Tuesday, July IS, 1 P. M.
CITY OF BOSTON .Saturday, July 17, 12 M.
CITY OF LONDON Saturday. July 34.1 P. M
ami eac h succeeding Saturday and alternate Tuesday from
pier 45 North river.
RATES OF PASSAGE
Rjr the msll steamer sailing every Saturday.
Payable in gold. Payable in currrn. y.
First Cabin $100 Steerage .$115
To London lift To London 40
To Purls US To Paris 41!
Passage by tbe Tuesday steamer, via Halifax.
First Cabin. Steerage.
Payable In gold. Payable in currency.
Idverpool -iiwi iiinrpgw T-?>
Halifax ft) Halifax 1i>
St. Jnhn'i, N. F., by branch St. Johti'a, N I'., by branch
at earner 45 ateamer .HI
Paaaengera alia forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bremen,
Ac., at reduced rate*.
Tickota ran be bought here at moderate ratea he perarna
wiehtnc to aend for their frlenda.
For fttrlber Information apply at the companv'a ofllcea.
JOHN O. DALE, Agent,
15 Broadway, New York.
USITKD STATUS i'YSSFORT Bl READ.-OKFiCI M.
Paaeporte of the Department of Slate maued hjr A. C.
W1LMARTH, I nltad State* Di?trict I'lerk'a office, 41 Chamber*
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
X THKOUOH LINK TO
CALIFORNIA AND CHIN .
Through latea, Firat Cabin. New Tork and San Fran
Ontalde Inalde. Second Cabin Steerage.
000. UltsA. 9150. 975.
Steamera of the above line leave pier No. 4i North river,
foot of Canal ?treet, at 12 o'clock noon,
On tal, 11th and 21 at, each month,
except when Iboae dava fall on Sundav, thon the da* pro.
One hundred pounda baggage free to each adult. Medicine
and attendance free.
July 111, ALASKA. Captain tjrav, connecting with CON
STITCTION, Captain Hndaoo
Steamer leaving July 10 connect* rloaelv with ateamer
OREOON1AN, leaving San Sranclaoo Augtiet 4 for China
NoticI TO Smri'ERa. -Freight toi ateTmcr ARIZONA
received until 4 P. M. on Friday. Inly S.
All uaual facilitlea afforded ahlppera in collerllng inland
For freight or paaeage ncketa ami all further infonnalion
apply at ilia companv'a tlokat oil ice, ou the wtiarl, loot of
Canal atreet. F. ft. BAIT.
i For Pnerto Plata. Saman* and SI. Domingo City, via
The lavorlle ateamahip
Capt. K. A. Delanov.
will leave for the above porta on
Saturday, .Inlv I", at 12 o'clock noon, pre?i?elv.
Cor freight or paaaage <having elegant acoummndatlon*'a |"
ply 10 SPOFKORD T1LMTON ,t CO., ?' Hrnadwa*
i t nitep states man. ro hav\na.
I The Atlantic Mail Sieamabip Company.
Sailing regularly every Thursday. at R o'clock I'. M., . r
chicly, from rler No. 4 North river.
KAGLK, Captain M. R. Greene ivla Nneaau). Jul? IS
MORRO CABTLB, Captain R. Adam*. .Inly
COLtlMRIA, Captain 15. Van Hire, July 2R
Kor freight or pataage apply to
S. (i. WIIKKLBR, Je., I'railiirnt
No. .'> Bowline ilreen.
ITtOR NKW ORLKANS DIRECT. THE WKLI. KNOWN
II ildewheel iteamahlp
J. B Raker, Commander.
I* now receiving n right ami will leave pier W North rlvar on
Saturday, July III, at S o'clock P. M.
Through rate* aud through bllla of lading given to Oaltov
ton, Inulanola, Lavacca and Rockport, Teiaa, Mobile, Ala.,
and all polntaon tha MleeiMlppI river
Kor freight nr paiaage apply to
LJVINOBTON, K)X .t CO.,
W Liberty itrett,
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
Havana, sihai, and vera ckuz.
New York an?l Mexican Mall Kteamihln Line, saAln^
every twentv day* from pier 17 Kutt river, at 12 M,
The ?[t|< -iil|<l new aWactein.
rITY OK MEXICO. Cactain Dealten, Wedner lav, July 3?.
CLEOI'ATRA, I'aptain PhlUloe, Tuenlajr, Auguit 17.
ror .reignt or pasnagc apply "J
F. ALEXANDRE A SONS,
F)OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT,
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE,
comprising tin- brst ela?s steamships
GENERAL GRANT Captain II. S. Quirk:
CRESCENT CITY Captain J. B. HIMrth
SHERMAN Captain W. P. Henry
GENERAL MEADE Capta'n A. W. SampanVi
UNITED STATES Captain G. L. Norton
Captnln tiro. E. Norton,
will be despatched on Saturday, July Id, at 3 o'clock P. St.,
from pier 12 North river.
Freight received at through rates for St. Eoula, Mobile and
The SHERMAN will succeed, Satordav, July 17.
For freight or passage, having superior ancommodatior.a,
IjlOR NEW ORLB 1MB DIRECT.
I lie Cromwell Line.
Stenmahlpa of this line will leave pier No. B North ilvr
at 3 o'clock P. -M., as follows:?
GEO. CROMWELL Valll Saturday, July 111
GEO. WASHINGTON..... ...i lager Saturday, July 17
Freight taken for St. Louie, Mobile and Ualyeatu'n at
tbr ugh rates.
For passage, first and serond cluster freight, apply to
H. li. CROMWELL a CO., 80 Waal Str?C
FtOR MOBILE.? FERN AN DINA ROI TE.
The drat class strainer MERCEDITA, Captain Starker
leaves on Tuesday, July 13, from pier 2B North river, at .5
Has superior passenger accommodations.
Is now receiving. Insurance guaranteed to Mobile at 1
per cent. Through rates to all points In the Interior.
For freight or passage apply to
J F. PATTERSON, Agent, 177 West street.
TAOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA PORTS.
F New Yoik and Charleston Steamship Company's lirst
clans sidewheel steamship
MANHATTAN. Captain M. 8. Wnodhu'l,
on Saturday, July 10, at 3 P. M., sailing from pter No. 5 North
Superior accommodations for passengers.
Through passage tickets and bills of lading issue.: in connection
wltn the .Month Carolina Railroad to all points Sou' i
and Southwest, and with steamers to Florida ports.
Goons forwarded tree of commission.
Hills of lading furnished and signed on the pier.
Inaurance bv this line one-half percent
The CHAMPION will follow and sail on Saturday.
HENRY R. MORGAN A CO.. Agents, '
2? Roadway. I
TWOR CHARLESTON, 8. C? THE FLORIDA PORTS,
r the South and Southwest?Regular line.-The faaa
and popular steamship HAKAUOSSA, C. ltyucr, com.
mender, will sail Wednesday, July 14, at 3 P. M., fro ITS
rler No. 8 North river, foot of Rector ttreet. Through bills of
lading to all points South and Southwest Agents in Charles,
ton (Ravenel A Co.) forward all good! free or commission.
ARTHUR LEAR), Agent, 73 William street
The steamship MAGNOLIA will tail July 21.
ALBANY AND TROY DAY LINE-CHANGE OF*
J1 time.?The ateamboata C. VIHHAKD and DANIEL
DREW will, on and alter Thuriday, July 8. leave Deabroene*
alreet at 8 and Tbirty-fourtb Hreet at 8:16, landing at YonkJ
ere. We?t Point. Cornwall, Newburg, Pottgbkeepale, TlvnIIJ
Rbtnebcck, Catakill and Hudaon. Tickets mild and baggagq
cheeked on board (he hnati to all points on hew York One
tral, Renaaelaer and Saratoga Kaifroa 1a i
FALL RIVER DIRECT.
The trot Id renowned ateumers
BRISTOL AND PROVIDENCE,
CommamJer BkavT'in, Commander Siuuosa.
will Itave alternate daya) DAILY
from pier 311 North ilv?r,
foot of CUambera alreet,
AT FIVE P. M.
DODWORTIl'S CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA.
ORAM) PROMENADE CONCERT EVERY EVEN I NO.
Tbia la the only line running a
SI N DAY NIGHT BOAT.
PROVIDENCE paeeongeri hv the above ateamera will
leave Fall River at 5:30 A. M.. am vine at 6:30 A. MJ
RETTRNING will leave PROVIDENCE at 5 P. M., making,
direct eonneetion with tbe boat, and allowing a good nigbl'*
reat on board each way.
To belter accommodate the public tbe aplendid ateamera
NEWPORT AND OLD COLONi,
Commander Lew 18, Commander Mil.Lrit,
will leave (alternate daya) DAILY
from pier 28 North river
(foot of Murry atraetl,
AT 6:30 P. M. FOR BOSTON VIA NEWPORT
FREIGHT received at pier 3d up to 5 P. M?
and at pier 28 up to 6 :S0 P. M. each even ,ng.
JAMES FISK, Jr., Preanleni,
M. K, SIMONS, Managing Director,
CHAS. II. VAILE, General Passenger Agent,
H. H. MANGAM. Freight Agent,
Narraganaett Steamship Company.
NEW YORK TO RCTLAND WITHOUT CHANGE OP
On and alter July 1, 1808. passenger tralna wl'l leave New
Tork and Harlem Railroad depot, corner Twcnty-iixlh alrae
and Fourth avenue, daily (Hundaya excepted), at 7 A. M. an*
4 P. M., for Montreal, Ogdeiubttrg and Intermediate polnta.
Tickets can be procured and baggage checked to all point*
Tbe 4 P. M. train runs on Sundaya.
I. C. RUCKIIOCT, General Superintendent.
New York, June 28. 1w?.
STEAMER MARY POWELL WILL COMMENCE RI'N
nlng Saturday Jnne \ 1888, for Cniiena', West Point,
Cornwall, Newburg, New Hamburg. Milton, Pougbkeepaia
?nit Rsm/inut- Uarinv ntpp_ I'uot of DMbroatpj itrpeL everr
afternoon at fe 30. "r "
SHARON SPRINGS, N Y.-PAS8KNGERS LEA VINO
New York bT day boat, People'* line or New York and
Troy line (teamen, van procure through tickets and have
their baggage cheeked direct to Sharon Springs r? i
ALBANY AND scsyt'EHANNA RAILROAD,
and avoid a long transfer In Albany. Night boat passenger*
reach Sharon at 11:8(1 P. M. and those by day line steamer
the same euentng. Ask for ticket* and checks via Albany
and Susquehanna Railroao.
Troy line for albany and troy.-the fasteet,
elegant evening river Steamboat* In the world. Th<*
VANDERBILT or CONNECTICUT leave* pier 44 North
river, foot of Spring street, every evening (Saturdays excepted)
at 8 o'clock, and foot of West Thirty-fourth street atUli.
Far* only $1 SO. beiug SI 75 less than rail and lie. cheaper
than any other route, and like reduction to Buffalo. Niagara
Falls, all points West, to Saratoga, Sharon, Lake George, al?
point* on Lake Champlain, to Montreal, to all points in Vermont
and western Massachusetts. Tickets sold and stater
rooms secured at DODD'S Express Offices, 429 and 944'
Broadway, New York, and No. I Court street, Brooklyn.
Baggage called for at resldeneee and checked through to destination
; also at :lus West street, above Spring. Passengers
landed in Saratoga in time for breakfast.
AT TOWNSEND'S BUSINESS COLLEOE, 19# BOWERY,
near Spring street?Private Instruction, day and evening,
In Book keeping, Penmanship, Arithmetic, Algebra, Navlgaicn
Reading, Spelling, Grammar. Ladies' department.
Preparatory department lor boye. ,
ACATfpLIC CLERGYMAN, SPEAKING FRENCH,1
(icrrnln, Italian and Latin very well, Englleh bnt little,
and deep enough in the Greek language, la ready to take earn
of eouie pupils for travelling: he will swear lo make no attempt
of proselvtism against the church or denomination they
could be attached to. Reference lor further inlormatlon lo
T. C. C., Herald office. 1
Teachers wanting positions in ai tumn
should hsve American School Institute's Application
Form now. Wanted specially West Point man for one of our
' best schools. J. \V. SCHKRMERHORN, 14 Bond street. I
Ur ANTED-BY AS EXPERIENCED LADY TEACHER,
a position t? leach German in a private lamtly ; best
references g'ven. Address L. C? care of M. Uol', lStM.hambers
(1.4) -11 -WRITING, 24 LESSONS; BOOKKEEPING,
! ?)U. Arithmetic, Spelling, German. French.
iraoli. All summer, day and evening. PAINF.'S Business
College, 82 Bowery, corner Canal. Established 184P. Ladles* I
! J. " EACH.?BOOKKEEPING, WRITING, ARITIl?jts'
mMI^CHammar^SjeHlng. Sl'i an'i! ''r'-'lln'< jf"
Vacation. ItlUNI^'i.i f* UIIICIJC, <ai r hiii i ii n.iu.n,
vntr Instruction: ladl**1 department; preparatory fionm;
Telegraphing; French and Herman.
IT" HLEEfKKR SrUF.ET, NEAR BROAD WAV, I P
.V stairs.? Money liberally advanced on Diamonds.
Wat boa, and Jewlry, Ac., or the same bought. Pawobrokera1
\ T J. A. JACKSON'S, NO. 5 AMITY STREET, NEAR
! n Broadway. Liberal advance* made on Diamond*.
Watehet, Jewelry, Pry i.oodannd personal property of every
description Same bon<;ht and sold.
IT WOLK BROTHERS, V# BROADWAY, UPSTAIRS,
."V formerly of Brooklyn Money leaned on Diamond*,
W atobci, dewclry, L ie Polit ic*; particularly on Piano*.
Hu?ln?s* , onfldcplial. Same bought and sold.
\T IIYMAN's, t?k BROADWAY, CORNER OK BONO
street.. Liberal alliances made on Diamonds and
Watche*. Sllverwstr, Ac., or will pay the highest market
pi lee for the ?anie
AT IIIR JEW1LRT STORE, 557 BROADWAY - DAV IO
M. DAVIS advances money on Diamond*, Watches ,
fewelrt Business strictly private anil no loan olllce signs
| abom the store.
nlAMONDS. WATCHES. JEWELRY AND SILVER
ware bought arid money loaned on thrm by ti. C. ALLEN,
tli Broadway one door below Canal street.
>Q NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFKICK.I
Liberal advances tnsde on Diamonds, Watches, Jew'
elry and all kind* of Merchandise, or the "ante bought. Busij
ne?* strictly private. Room No. I.
I or. BROADW AY, CORNER DEY STREET. NEWMAN
I I?7?> LEOPOLD, having facilities, advances at low rates
t m Diamonds, Watches, Merchandise. I,He Policies, Pianos
or other securities, formerly at 58 Nassau struct
HOUSES, &( ., WANTED.
I A ?HOUSE WANTED, IN THE COUNTRY WITHIN
I . one hoot of New York , tn a good neighborhood.^ ^Ad
ire??, wnu pro upii urai'tipiioii, a. j. i , mi d,io> i" >
Ur ANTED HV A SMALL FAMILY, APARTMENTS
nltiible for hooupkoeptiii;, with nil the lmprovem*ot?,
'U.*. neighborhood. Addma, with particular*,
WILLIAM K. BARNES, 34 Oldallp.
WANTED- BY A PHYSICIAN, A SUIT OF ROOMS,
connlmliip of ullire In Imicmriit <>r lir?t lloor for certain
hour*, and beiiioum. Adilrife, eutln,; term", bo* ?,W0 l'u#|