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WHOLE NO. 12,047.
_ PERSON AU
Ah* information concerning henrt: ani
jMOb Hlgle, who left Groaaheppaob. lienn?>. for New
Fork, to IMS or IMA wUI b? thankfully rec^ivid by the I
brother John, at HackeoMCk, New Jeriey. Addceea box II
roet unite.
Annie bherman, albane?billt r. wants t<
tee you.
t> h. c?flease write and inform me oi
U. your a (Stress. D.
CARL SflKUENH. OF MAGDEBURG, RESIDING If
ItSUW Wellsberoitgb. Tioga county, will bur iniportau
news by forwarding hts address to C. KneliT, Nordhausen
Tbnriogka, Germany.
tviqk-wht did you leave the stage satur
U day afteriioonf What attraction baa I'riuce street?
I KB.
Etta o.. formerly or to carmine street, ad
draaa'jOur old friend, Richard, Brooklyn.
DAY?WHY DON'T YOU WRITE OB CALL?
^PROM ECCLE8. NEAR MANCHESTER; IF THII
'ahould meat hla eye be ta requested to write to W. T. B.
^^Wywl Mall steamship Java.
TjTMIDAY A. m., UJ< O'CLOCK, ELEVENTH STREET
X1 corner Unlreraity place?Young lady In black wbi
ctfbaaed atreet and noticed gentleman on Fifth avenue etage
Fleaae exchange a few words with Fred W. Mitchell, care o
MJ Broadway,
Franky swan-lady in black silk suit, ad
arena Ella Ruaaell, Mia Broadway.
HUNTER'S POINT FERRY, FRIDAY EVENING?II
the lady who noticed gentleman In light wagon. an<
who tried to band her a card In Thirty-fourth street, wishei
to make hta acquaintance, (be can do to by addressing Con
Bdence, Herald olTtoe.
TN FORMATION WANTED-OF JOSEPH BIRDSALL
X who aatled In the bark Alphee on a whaling voyage fron
San Fraaclaeo, OaL, and arrived In New Bedford, now eup
posed to be-in one of the New York hospitals. By applyini
to H. Keane, 90 Cherry etreet, he wtll hear of something to bli
advantage. New Bedford papere please copy.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF JAMES FOX,- NATIVI
of Drumbarrow, county of Meath, Ireland. Any Infor
Station of him will be thankfully reeeived by hta frient
PeterCallaghar, No. J8X Washington street.
METHI4CK.?J UI,Y 12, 1889.? I HAVE BEEN 8KRI
oualy 111; getting better, but very week; come If you
poeelbly cad Immediately, for you are more needed thai
you can tblnk. M.
MISS MARY P. JAMES?YOUR DEAR LETTER WAS
' rectlred, but you did not mend your addreea. WrIU
gain at onee and lend It, *o that I may write you.
YOUR OWN PARL1NO.
MORR1SANIA MEET ME AT 1) 8 TUESDAY, A1
8 o'clock, Waa out of town wben letter came.
ME OP FOUR-YESTERDAY, 1 P. M.; DOWN OM
V7 nibiie; while dreee and hat; black lace and Jet trimmlnge:
would like an Interview; got out at Wall street. Addreea
H. WlUiamaon, box 2U6 Herald office.
OTBTSQN'S, THURSDAY NIGHT?FREDERICK ANE
O William?All la right. Comeaoon. Same place.
H. * U
QTEAMER MAGENTA?FRIDAY; MORNING BOA!
O trom Long Branch; buff dreaa. Please aend addreaa U
St. Nlcholaa Hotel. H. PALMER.
The lady dressed in deep black, in private
carriage, riding In Central Park on Thuraday, about I
'clock, would like to form the acquaintance of the lady It
light wagon, wearing brown hat and diamond brooch. Ad
dreaa J. B. B., Herald office.
WILL THE GENTLEMAN WHO CALLED AT HOUSE
in Weat Twenty-alxth etreet, under pretence -of return
Ing opera glaaa, oblige by calling again or aending bla addreaa
8pkc1ai, not1ckh. ~
A_? e e a
a THE
COLLINS
METAL
WATCH
and JEWELRY
factory. Theae aujperlor
hunting Lever
Watchea only 816 and
820 each. Equal In ap*
pearance and for time to
gold onea coating R150 and
8200. Jewelry and Cbalna of
the samo metal. Every watch
warranted. C. K. COLLINS A CO.,
386 Broadway, corner of Worth, up
ataira.
A LIBERAL REWARD WILL BE PAID BY THE TNdereigned
for any Information that will lead to the detection
of the parly who ran Into hia wagon on Wedneadav tvenIng,
about 7Jg o'clock, on the Fifth avenue road, Central
Park, near Eighty-alxth atreet.
A. H. NONES, 484 Broadway, New Tork.
A ? A?THE GREAT HAIR RESTORER I
Ji, Barry'a Tricopheroua,
Teeted hy <8 yean of eonatant trial, la the only article that
evllt poattlvely cause a new growth ot hair. Let the bald and
thin bailed try it and be convinced.
Principal oflloe, 374 Pearl etreet, New York.
A SUCCESSFUL SOUTHERN MAGAZINE?THE "XIX
Century ;" a racy, eparkllng monthly. Read It. For
ale by all newadealera.
A ?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS.
J\m Missouri and Kentuckv Stat* LoUfnn.
xiubonsi?eithi class so#. august 13. 1800.
4, *0. 10. 90, 19, 07, 68, 98, to, 17. (0, 8.
missouri?CLASS 506, august is, 1800.
?, 07, M, 89, 91, 40, 89, 11, 6, 3, 36, 48.
ksntuckt?kxtba class 4*1, august 18, 1869.
81, 70, 89, 66, 68, 71. 41, 07, 6, 51, 04, 60.
imtucxy?class 489, august 18, 1800.
to, 10, 8, 69, 56. 95. 61, 41, 08, 84, 09, 4a
Information furnished la toe soots and also Royal Havana
lotteries. J. CLliTE, Broker,
No. 90S Broadway and 163 Fulton strsel.
^taution.?there are some unprincipled individual*.
profaning to bs agents of mint, who are
sailing a spurious article, representing It as K alley's Ialand
Catawba Wins, from Otis Field, and offering It at much lesi
tban my lowest price. The publlo are cautioned against
being swindled by these Impostors. I have no agents this
season, and I respectfully Invite all who desire my wine in
perfection to oall on or send to OTI8 FIELD, sole agent
Kelley's Island Catawba Wine Co., 196 Fulton street, corner
Nassau, basement.
Mexican claim commission?the underelgned
will give personal attention to the prosecution of
the claims of American citizens against the Mezlean republic,
and of citizens of Mexico against the United States, before
the commission about to be held at Washington, D. C.
GEO. W7 I>E COSTA,
Counsellor and Attorney at law. 49 Pins street.
SOCIETE DU CABLE TRANSATLANTIQUE FRANCAI8
(LIMITED).
FRENCH TRANSATLANTIC CABLE COMPANY.
notice.
The e-ahle of the shore company will he opened to the publie
for meeiages between America end Europe on end after
Sunday, 1Mb August, until further notice.
The tariff to be charged on a meaaage between New York,
Boston, Duibury and Intermediate atatlona and France or
Oreat Britain and Ireland will be (7 60 In gold for ten worda
and 76 eta In gold for each additional word, all worda sent,Including
address and signature, being charged.
Messages will be racelred at the office or the company, No.
11 Nassau street, corner Fine street and at those of the Franklin
Telegraph Company and the Ocean Telegraph Company.
In conformity with the regulations adopted at the Vienna
Convention, this company will extend to the public the advantage
of counting fire figures or Ore letters as one word,
charging double for secret messages oompoeed of only numeral*
or groups of letters not forming dictionary worda
L. 0. WATSON, Agent.
ii Nassau Btrskt, August 13,IMS.
TO KID AND MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS AND
othsrs. For sale, 4,700 lbs. condensed Eggs, 76 per cent
below manufacturers'price. Aleo 7,000 lb?. desiccated Potatoes.
44 hbla. Tomato Catsup, 60 bbla Pickles, 10 bbls. Pepper
Hash, 6 bbls. Red Peppers, Ac.
THOS. JOYCE, W South street, New York.
YACHTS, NTKAMHOATN, Ac
SjlOR SALE- THE CELEBRATED SCHOONER YACHT
enrletta, 110 tone b rden, old measurement, winner of the
great ocean yacht race to Cowee, England, In 1363, (In which
the made the extraordinary run of 260 miles in 34 hours), and
aeveral other ocean races The Henrietta has been on a cruise
IctbeWest Indies, but haa returned to New York. Wblle
on her voyage from Key West to Charleston aha made
?run of 860 miles during rough wealhsr, showing that
be bae lost none of her speed. The Henrietta baa a commodious
saloon, handaomaly fitted up, with a large atateroom on
the starboard aide, three other ata srooma and two staterooms
forward for officers The cabin furniture, kitchen
ntenalla, Ac., art In complete order, and the vaaaet will be put
In readiness to go to sea Immediately. The Henrietta win
Compare favorably, for apeed and aeagolng qualities,
with any yacht la thla country or England. For particulars
address J. ANDERSON Herald office, New York.
For bai.e-a steam pleasure yacht, inquire
of JACOB DUNN, Third avenue, corner Eighty-seventh
street.
SLOOP POIl RALE?SUITABLE FOR THE OYSTBR
trada or fiihing bualnaea. Will ba aold at a bargain.
Apply on board, Thirty-fourth tract, North rlrar.
STEAM YACITT FOR RALE.-A FINE MODELLED
tram yacht, AS fact long, IIU feat beam, 10 Inch aqtiara
cylinder,'well found and In complete running order, for gala
cheap, She la yery economical In the Item of fuel. Addraaa
Dolphin, New York llerald office.
WANTED TO PURCHA8K.
WANTED TO PUROHAbE-A LIGHT DRAUGHT
Yacht. SO to 76 feet long. Addreea WM. SECOR, 717
Baet Ninth etraeL
WANTED TO BUY-A LIVE MEAT MARKET. OR
would Inraat a eatlafaetory amount In an eetahllahed
paying concern. Addreea, with location and amount of
weekly ealee, Market, Herald office.
DRYHOOnH.
ANY ONE WISHING TO BELL A SINGLE ENGLISH
Carnal a Hair Shawl can find a eaah purchaaar by adRreaatng
Purchaaar, H Want Fifteenth (treat. New York.
Beauty io ladies?those new styles op
round mAla and P?*thtra; a largo aatortnitni. Only
?1*C? to tind Vhmo, 778 Rroaovrnv, oppoatto flUwart'a.
Mad* me BiNN*B fav.luory. Cut this out*
E NE1
THE TURF.
> TTIA8HION COrRBE, L. I?MONDAY, AUU08T 16, 1869,
r X1 match for 6600, mil* beats, beet 8 In 6, to harenei. J.
r Cudney enters b, in. Mtnnej; J. knruhy enters b. g. George.
S J. A. CHAM BE KB, Proprietor.
Prospect park fair ground association
Fall Trottiug Meeting.
TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY,
September 14^ 16 and 18,
10,000 In premiums
Drt programme wtU be announced al an early day.
I MARTIN KALBFLEISCH, President,
t JBdwam F. Moarih, Secretary.
TP ROT POSTPONED.?THE TROT BETWEEN MODN1
tain Hoy and Lady Thorn, 8anttoga Course, mile heats,
best three In flee, purse $8,1X10, Is postponed until Monday,
August 16, at twelve o'clock. C. W HEATLY, Secretary.
; STOKTINO-IHIOS, BIRDS, &C.
All kinds of fancy dogs ald birds for
sale.?Medicines for all diseases. Prepared Food for
mocking birds, at H. DOVKY'S, No. 8 Greene elreet, corner
of Canm.
N. B.?Ladles attended by Mrs. Dover,
j 1__ .
, A LL BREEDS CHOICE DOCS AND MHOICINE8?
A FRANCIS BUTLER, No. 3 Peck slip. Butler's Infallible
Mange Cure and Flea Exterminator, 75c. Butler's new
', wore. if*. Extra Stock and Trained Dogs. Dog Oil for con9
aumntian.
1 HOUSES, CARRIAGES, JkC.
a T BARKER a HAMLIN's CITY AUCTION MART,
Jx MAJOR C. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER,
corner Broadway and Thlrty-nlnUi street,
, REGULAR AUCTION 8ALES
. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Gentlemen's private Establishment* disposed of at public
and private sale to the best advantage, and a general assortment
of Horses, Carriages, buggies. Horse Clothing, Halters,
Whips, Ac., to suit the needs of all classes of purchasers, constantly
on hand. Orders promptly executed.
Twenty-four hours allowed fur trial on every horse sold
under warrantee.
Good stabling for horses at public or private sale. The only
mart In the city having a driving ring for showing horses oa
sale. Carriages, Buggies. Ac., taken on storage.
I-lbersl advances made on srervthlng In the liorse line.
Auollon sale this day at II o'clock, consisting of the usual I
number of road nnd work Horses. Full description given at
sale. Also Coupes, Kockaway, Park Phaetons, extension
' top and I'ony Phaetons, Express and Depot Wagons, Dog ]
Carts, top and no top Buggies, Barouches, Ac., Ac., tosetho r ?.
with Harness, Raddles, Bridles, Whips, Halters, Surcingles,
Horse Clothing, in fsct everything In the bursa line. No
| postponement on accoant ot weather.
Afresh lot op good work horses, just ar- !
lived from Cincinnati, eultable for cart, express or gro- '
' eery man, to be sold cbssp.
? HENRY WILEY, 19 Vestry street.
ANY ONE HAYING A SECOND HAND TOP BUGGY,
Single Ilarness, Saddle, Acin good order, foresle st a
T reasonable price, may addraes R., box 8,707, New York Poit
office. i
A -THE LARGEST AND BEST A88ORTED STOCK
A. In New York of Coachee, Kretts, Coupe and light
Kockawaye, top and open Road Wagons; Doctors', Pony and
Park Phaetons: Express, Business, Gardeners', Peed and Depot
Wagons, Skeletons. Also Harness of all kinds and all
I prices, Bbeets. Blankets. Saddles, Bridles, Nets, Ac., very
cheap, at 1,399 and 1,401 Broadway, near Porty-flret street.
Call, examine and be convinced. JAMES JENKINS.
' A BEAUTIPI L BAY HORSE, 14* HANDS, 6 YEAJtS !
> J\ old, perfectly sound and kind, ityllxh driver, suitable for <
pony phaeton or business; also a atyllab, strong, Ught Ex- ,
press Wagon, nearly new, and good Harness.
I T. EVEREST, 20 Harrison street
A NUMBER OP 8LIGHTLY SOILED AND SECOND j
hand Carriages for sale low, comprising top and open i
Buggies, Depot Wagons, Phaetons, Victorias (two six seat),
all styles new Carriages.
CALVIN WITTY, 63S Broadway.
Assortment of two, four, six seat and pony |
Phaetons, Victorias, Rockawajs, Buggies, Road and ]
Depot Wagons, Harness, Ac.; lowest rates,
j _____ HICKS, 82 Barclay street. ]
At ees broadway-an assortment of new and
second hand Carrlaxes, such as six seated Phaetons,
Calashes, Haek Coaches, Park Phaetons, Dog Carts, Top :
Wagons, Road Wagons, Kockawaye, Ac., at greatly reduced 1
Prices, to close the stock. Store to let Beautiful Basket
'ony Wagons $178. <
I
A BREWSTER, OF BROOME STREET, TOP WAGON. '
a Corbett A Scharch Road Wagon, a Dusenbury, do., 1 1
Coupe, pony, Park and open top Phaetons, I Wood Brothers
Dog Cart, Roekaways, Cabriolets; 1 Coupe, Rockaway, side
springs and Express Wagons; also IU0 Carriages of all de- (
serfptlons, new and second hand, at low prices, at WM. H. '
UKA Y'8 Empire Carriage Repository, SO, !U, 34 and 36 Woos- 1
tar street J
A?ONE HUNDRED SECOND HAND CARRIAGES,
. comprising four and tlx seat Pbaelone, Victorias, Depot
Wagons, Buggies, Dog Carts; telling about half price to
make room. HAM'S, Fourth street and Broadway.
Am extra fine bay horse, le hands high, e *
years old; sound and kind; good style and action; suitable
and safe for family or other use. SEAMAN, 1
KM Washington street, corner of Gansevoort
Any style of carriages to let-by the season
; old carriages taken In exchange; fifty Poles and
Shafts for sale; 1,1)00 sets of Harness; all styles of new Carriages;
great bargains. WITTY'S warerooms, Broadway. i
A FINE BAY MARE FOR BALE-SIX YEARS OLD! J
l&H bands high; warranted sound and kind; price 9 ?80 ;
Apply at prlrate stable 137 West Fiftieth street. 1
A BARGAIN.-9228 WILL BUY A HANDSOME BAY
Horse; free, stylish driver; Wagon and Harness, comprising
a rery noble turnout; cost, five months ago, 9600. Apply
at 188 West Forty-second street, from 8 to 10 iL M. and from J
4 to 6 P. M. t
A BAY HORSE, TEN YEARS OLD, FOR SALE
cheap, at 69 Prealdent street, Brooklyn.
Alight shifting top buggy for sale -equal p
to new; price 9338. Also light double and single liar- 8
nest, black mountings. Inquire at 43 Pine strdtt, room 10. *
An elegant sorrel mare, u hands, 8
yean old, very spirited, free and fast; gound and endurIng;
kind In harness or saddle; will bo sold on account of I f
owner's leaving city. Can be seen at 149Eaat Thlrtv-ninth r
street. " jj
FOR BALK?A HANDSOME PHAETON: HAS been "
run but a few times; was mad* to order for owner. Apply
to BROWN A GODWIN, 1,404 Broadway.
For balk?a bay horse, sound and kind, ?
bands high. Inquire at 403 East Tenth street. In feed D
tore. j,:
For sale-a patcIirn colt, five years old, ;
dark bay. black points; purchased In the country a few
weeks ago for a lady to drtre there: no use for him In the i
city; open action; promising speed. Apply at SIMPSON'S
lirery stable, Thirty-ninth street, near Lexington avenue.
For bale?an elegant span op coach horses, (
a dapple brown and beautiful iron gray, rising 16 hands, u
of Una action and very stylish; will be sold separate or to- a
gather. Apply Immediately at MORRISON'S stables, Forty- tl
second street and Seventh avenue. <i
? si
FOR SALE-A SORREL MARE, NEARLY 16 HANDS f!
high, 7 years old, generally stylish appearance, kind in %
stable and harness. Apply at 670 Greenwich street.
Four handsome, large black teams, six years I
old, and one bay Team, arrived from the country this !
day. To be seen at 128 West Thirty second street, near Broad- *'
way. Also four speedy Horses. rl
FOR SALE-TWO BROOD MARES, ONE CONSIDERED ?'
to be with foal; price 980 each; valuable workers. ?
name both, but sores. 64 New Chambers street.
IjIOR SALE-A SPLENDID VIRGINIA SADDLE PONY. ,
A 14 hands: kind In double or single harness. Alto a light I
Wagon and Harness. Apply at 284 Mulberry street. ^
For hale-the stable no. t second street, consisting
of Hearses, Coaches; Horace, Stable Utensils, 1
Ac.: will be sold low for cash. Apply to SAMUEL R. J
KIRKII AM, 194 Bowery, between 9 and 10 A. M. a
.? c
Harness, harness, harness.-sinolb and ?
double of all kinds, from $12 up; Blankets, Sheets, ?
Leather Nets, Whips, Ear Tips, Halters, Saddles and Bridles, _
to suit the times, at OKAY'S Empire Carriage Repository, 20, Z
22, 24 and 26 W oosler street. 1
PONY PHAETON-NEW AND GENTEEL, CLOTH dl
lined, large dasher, at 25 per cent less than at any other *J
house In this city; second hand, elty made, four seated extension
top Phaeton, 1 Open a 1 top Buggy, second hand Har- 8
ness, side Saddles, genie'Saddles, Ac., T new and 1 second *
hand light eipress wagon, cheap, at 169 Macdougal street ''
1/uvin>*r-Ai DiarsuR'H r
xv Livery Stable, 148 Eael Thirty-ninth atrect. p
? F
Stahl,es to let.-inquirk at mo. s marion ?
etreet. . ~
SADDLE HORSE WANTED?MU8T UK TRAINED FOR k
tli* eaddie ; eonnd, kind and warranted. Addrcee, a'.at- f
tng ago. height, weight and qualities, HENRY LIVINGSTON, ?
Campvllle, Tioga county, N. Y. jj
WAOONS FOR SALE CHEAP.-LOW PRICED HORSE u
and Concord exprna* Wagon, on* two aeat ihlftlng top Ji
Wagon, ono light bualneaa Wagon with top, on* hakeraor S
confectioner'* Wagon, at 3X11 Spring itreet, corner Clark*. ^
WANTED?A LADY'S RADDLE HORSE, BLACK it
preferred. Alio a Sable Uland Pony. Slate color, da*. In
age and price. Addreaa box 831 Foil ofUre. o
TIT ANTED?A SQUARE OR PIANO BOX HHIPTING K
TV lop Wagon, aecond hand, In good order. Addreaa, _
Rtatlnjj loweal price, maker and bow long u*?d, Oxford, ^
A7 r-BAY MARE; CHUNKY MARE, S YEARS, *183; ?J
dp I ?J gray Mare, # years, 13* band*, can ahow 8 mlnutea, ,
*160; splendid family horse. 341 M eat Twciity-alghtb street,
near Eighth annua ^
RKIiKHOl'S NOTICES. ?
A?NOTICE.?REV. CHA8. B. SMYTH (2
, THE GOSPEL if
will preach In Eleventh elreet church, between Second and u
Third aSemiee, to-morrow MORNING. Pealmx aiing. Seala
free. Com* one, oome all; come every one, rich or poor, ~
aalnt or elnner. Thie church I* not cloeed In warm weather. 1
For announcement of Rev. Charlea B, Nmrth'a eervlcee every -*
week aee the NEW YORK HERALD every Saturday. Let P'
any other clergyman. Inquiring the eecret of hie eucceae, ob- "
eerve the hie example, and govern hlmeelf accordingly. ^1
Church of the reformation (Protestant _
Kplacopal), Fiftieth etreel, between Second and Third n
avenue*.?Hour of eervlcee to morrow (Sunday) 10^ A. m. J
1itORTY-SF.COMD STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHI'RCH, '
1 north able, well of Hroadway. By Divine permlealon, ~
eervlcee on SUNDAY at 10* A. m, and 7)g P. m., by the paa- 1
tor, Rev. W. A. SCOTT, D. 1>. RJ
ST. LUKE'S m. b. CHURCH, FORTY-FIRRT STREET, dl
near Sixth avenue.-Preaching at 10Q A. m. and a quar- =
t*r before 8 P. m. by Rev. R. 8. Foster, D. D. _
Thirty-fourth street reformed church, ?
Rev. Iiaac Riley, Paetor. The Rev. I. V. n. Schenrk Jl
will preach on hunday?l*th Intlant (D. V.), at 10X A. m. end n<
IV TO
NEW YORK, SATURDJ
BUSINESS Ol'POItTUMTIKS.
A NATIVE OF GEORGIA, EXPERIENCED IN THB
culture of cotton and fully competent to manage Ite culthmtlon
on an extended acale. la unxloua to arrange with
aome party of capital who would adrance the meana for purchaatng
and atocklng a good cotton farm In Georgia. Unexceptionable
city referancea can be clren. Addreaa W. Parke,
Poet office box
Ar* i rcnoun TV 1.^,11.111 TU r,NUA<ils rn l?n
wholesale drug business, with a moderate capital, can
hear of a good opportunity by addressing Diamond, box 1U6
Herald office.
C1HROMG8.-WANTED, A BUSINESS MAN, WITH
J some capital, to join a flrat class arttat In the manufacture
of cbroinos. Addreaa D. C. F., Herald office.
Fob sale-the half interest in a splendid
Llnuor Bualncaa, In Hoboken, cheap for raah tbla day.
Price >6800. Information at Mr. BUNSTEK'S, 166 Fulton
street, New York.
PARTNER WANTED?WITH #10,000 TO #18,000, IN AN
eatabllahed manufacturing bualneaa Addreaa H. K.
TIU'RltER A CO.. 206 Greenwich street, and FISCHER,
KiRRY A BROWN, 329 Greenwich street, '
PARTNER WANTED.?AN OLD ESTABLISHED REtall
and jobblDg tea buaineaa deairea a partner with from
#10,000 to #18,000 caah, or credit for that amount; ateady Increase
of bualneaa calla for more capital. Thla la a good
opportunity for any one dealrlug to enter the bualneaa, the
preaent owner being thoroughly experienced: prtnclpala only
need apply, Addreaa J. M. 0., box 187 Herald office.
Wanted-a capitalist, to invest #15,000 for
the manufacturing ot water pipes; business caah and
protlta large; principals only need answer. Address William,
box 131 Herald office.
Treasurer wanted-in a circus, one that
la willing to depoalt #500 to #1,000 on good security, for
which a liberal aalary will bo given or an intcrert. Addreaa C.
W. M., Herald office.
WANTED-AN ENTERPRISINO youno MAN, WITH
a few thouaand dollara, to manage a mercantile business
In the West. Eminence and a fortune to the right man.
Addreaa WM. P. FROST, 69 Murray alreet.
$1 nnn -AN ENERGETIC MAN, WITH #1,000,
'P J-. V'Ul/. cen make #60 per day. Full particular* at
37 and 39 N aeeau street, room 26, from 10 to 8 o'clock.
<fcl nnn -wanted, a man with this amount,
iPl.UlM/, one who means business; for the right man
this Is a good opportunity. Apply at No. 7West Broadway,
room No. 2.
Hf? nnn -WANTED, A PARTNER WITH THE
iPI)?Uv/U? above amount In the manufacture of paper
boxes and straw board; business well established.
BINGHAM A CO., 114 Centre street.
INSTRUCTION.
A LADY WISHES AN ENGAGEMENT IN THE FALL
to teach the English branches, French or Music to a
school or prlrata family. Address or apply to M. C., MUX
Broadway.
A YOUNG LADY. THOROUGHLY EDUCATED AND
of cupcrlor abllitlea, accustomed to teach the higher
English brancbee, French and music, desires an engagement
lu a private ramify. Address Miss F., station D, New York.
Avery well educated germ an lady Accustomed
to tuiUon, Is desirous of meeting a situation as
teacher governess In an American family. She Is qualified
.<) teach the usual branches of a good education, together
with modern languages and music. Address A. H., Herald
ifllce.
AT f2 60?WRITING U LESSONS. BOOKKEEPING,
Arithmetic, Spelling, German, French, $6 each.
MAINE'S Business College (established 184S), tSStflowery,
ilways In session, day and evening, through the?year.
Hudson river institute ant> claverack college
offers a four years' collegiate course for ladies;
trad nates receive the Baccalaureate degree; a three years'
emlnarv course for ladles and gentlemen. The beet college
preparation for youngsnen. Board and tuition In Ibe course
SOU a year. Reopened September tl. Address Rev. ALONZO
FLACK, A. m., Claverack, N. Y.
Ladies who have not had tiie advantage
of early education can procure private lustriictlon In all
Kngllsh branches by addressing Mrs. Leon, Herald oOlce.
SITUATION WANTED?AS COMPANION TO AN
J American gentleman or family, by a distinguished French
(entleman, able to teach French in all branches aud aciualnted
with general business; highest city reference.
Apply at Uarrau's School, ISO Blxlii avenue.
I? r EACH.?BOOKKEEPING, WRITING, ARITHMETIC,
)') Grammar, Spelling, day and evening. No vacation.
HOMPSON'a College, 2b Fourth avenue. Private Instruclon;
Ladles' Department; Preparatory Course; Telegraphng;
French and German.
EXCURSIONS.
A -A?FOR TIIE FISHING BANKS DAILY, SATUR(\
. days excepted, steamer RIP VAN WINKLE, Captain
-immune, leaving Peck slip at 7:5tFA. M.; Christopher street,
N. K., all :d0 A. M., and pier No. 4 N. R. at b A. ii.; and on
Sundays, from Eighth street, E. K., at 7 A. M.
Bait, lines, refreshments and music on board.
Fare, R1; ladles, 60 cents.
ALL ABOARD FOR THE FISHING BANKS.?THE
well known steamer WYOMING will run regularly every
layfortbs Banks, leaving North Eighth street, Wllllatnaoitrg,
at 7; Ei.htb street. East river. 7W; Peek slip, 7L;
Christopher street, 8X and pier No. 4 North river. 9 o'clock.
Jchibel's National Braaa ana Cotillion Band; aKo Bait, Lines
tnd Refreshments on boartl. Fare, HI: ladies, 60 cents.
H. E. HOLMES A GEORGE SCHIBKL, Managers.
A HOY FOR ROCKAWAY AND 8EA BIDE?THE SEA
tx steamer H. M. COOL will run to Rockaway on Suuday,
tug. 16, and every Sunday during the season. leaving Vestry
troet. North river, at 8:40 A. M. and pier No. 4 at HA. M.
trturnlug leaves Rockaway at 4 P. M.
A -SUNDAY EXCURSION BOAT FOR COLLF.OE
r\. Point, Whltestone. City Island and New Roehclle.?
Iteamer NEVERSINK leaves Peck slip every Sunday at 9 A.
I., rain or shine. Returning leaves New Rocbelle at t :8U P.
I., landing at Eighth and Thirty-seventh streete each wav.
A ?NEW YORK AND FAR ROCKAWAY.?STEAMER R.
Tl. L. M ABEY, Captain Phillips, leaves South Sixth street,
Irooklyn, E. D., 8 o'clock A.M.; Peck slip, 8:16; Fulton
errv, Brooklyn, 8:80; pier 4, North river, 9; landing at all
lie hotels on the bench sach way. Returning, leaves Far
Uxkaw.vy at 8:30 P. M., arriving at toe city at 6:80.
A -SUNDAY BOATS FOR HARLEM. HIGH BRIDGE
and Karl's _Park, 8YLVAN GROVE, SYLVAN
TKEAM and SYLVAN (iLKN, will leave Harlem every
our from H A. M. to 6:80 P. m.; leave Peck allp everj hour
rom 9:1# to 7 P. m., landing at Eighth street each way.
are Io ceula.
Bath and coney island railroad steam
care leave every half hour. Hnree car* from Hamilton,
Tall, South and Fulton ferrlea connect at Greenwood.
CHOLERA BANK8.?SATURDAY NIGHT TRIP.?THE
J favorite sea steamer yankee, Captain Maraiiall, 8atrday
night, August 14, will go, ralu or ahlne, and be liahlng
I daylight. The celebrated pilot Anderaon Colwell will nosr
velv be on board, and on no other boat. Coffee and chuwer
free. Bult, line* and refreshment! on board, Franklin
treat, 11 :J>0; Christopher street, 12; Eighth street, East
Iver, 12:80; Broome street, 12:45; Peck slip, 1 A. M. Fare
2. J AH. i A. SCOTT.
?OR CONEY ISLAND.?THE stEAM^R NoftwALK,
Captain G. W. Wilson, make* regular trips to Coney
iland, leaving Christopher street. North river, 9:20, 12:20
nd 8:20; Warren street at 9:40, li:40 and 8:40; pier 4, Mora
street, North river, at 10, 1 and 4 o'clock The steamer
YLVAN SHORE, Captain E. T. Wilson, makes regular
dps to Coney Island, leaving North Eighth street, Wllllarasurg,
at 8 A. M.; Broome street, New York, at 8:20, 11:20 *nd
:2U; Peck slip at 8:40. 11:40 and 2:40; Fulton farry, Brookro,
at P, 12 and 8 o'clock.
VHIIVKH, BARGES AND STEAMBOATS TO CHARTER
T for picnlca, Ac.?Haying tbe beat grovea and steamers,
itlsfactlou guaranteed; rate* low. Steamer* ready on rail.
BLOOMER A CO., 24g Front atreet.
YEGTTLAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR WEST
Y Point, Cold Spring and Newburg, stopping at Yonkera
ach way.?The fayorlte steamboat SLEEPY HOLLOW,
laptalu J. Sherman, leavealFultonlfrrry'Brooklyn. 8 A. M.;
hriatopher street. North rlyer, 8:30; Thirty-fourth street,
orth Hver, at 9 o'clock, allowing wo hours at Newburg.
are SO cents each way.
REGULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR NEWY
burg, landing at Yonkera and West Point.?Tbe anlenId
steamer 8UNNY8IDK leaves foot of Morris street, Jer>y
City, eyery Sunday morning at 7 :30; Vestry street. North
rer, 7:45; Christopher street, 8 o'clock; Thirty-fourth street,
:8U. Fare 50 cents each way. Passengers bays two hours
t Newburg and three hours at West Point. Lands at Jersy
City on return trip.
JUNDAY BOAT FOR GLEN COVE, LANDING AT
5 Whltestonc, Sand's Point, Olentvood and Koselyn.
learner ARROW8MITH will leave Peck slip, pier No. 94,
ast rlyer. Sunday, August 15, at 9 A. M., stopping at Thirty
iventb street each way.
'UNDAY MORNING BOAT TO PEEKS KILL.?THE
) steamer ANTELOPE leaves every morning, without
mention, from the foot of Harrison street, at eight o'clock,
.ndlng at Thirty-fourth street at 8U; Yonkera, Hastings,
obbs' Ferry, (Tarrytown and Nyack by ferry), Ring Sing,
areratraw, Grassy Point and Ysrplancks. Tarrytown omlt<1
on Sundays.
JUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR NEWBI RO.
J Fare, 50 cents.
The steamboat THOMAS COLLYKR will leara the pier foot
f Warren street every Sunday morning at 7 40, Christopher
reel at 7:40, Thirty-fourth street at 8 o'clock, landing at llastiga,
Dobba' Ferry, Irvlngton. Sing Sing, Harcratraw, Coizena'
rVest Point), Cold Spring ami Cornwall. Returning, will lea e
ewburg at 1:80, arriving In New York at 8 o'clock P. M.
icurslon tlckotsio Newburg and return. 76 cento.
JTKAMER THOMAS E. HULFE LEAVER FOOT OF
5 Chrlatopher street dally, Sundays Included, at 10, 2, 8)4,
rid 7VI for I'leasaut Valley and Port Lee, landing at Thirtymrtn
street each way. How to get tbe boat, take Grand
treet car* to Thirty-fourth street sud Bleecker street cars to
brlstopber street, M uslc on board.
'ANDY HOOK, HIGHLANDS, PLEASURE BAY AND
7 Long Branch.?The steamboat SEA BIRD leaves pier
iot of Warren atreet, North river. Sunday morning, August
i, at 8)4 o'clock, connecting with the steamboat HELEN for
leaaurn Bay. Returning leave* Ite-t Bank and Pleasure
ay at 1 P. M. Fare on Sea Bird 60; Helen 96 centa.
HIE NEW, SPLENDID AND VERY FAST STEAMER
SUNNYSIDE la offered for charter to aocletle*, select
irtles and Sunday schools, as the most desirable boat in
ew York for eieuralons. Apply to J. C. GIBBS, on hoard,
er 48 North river, foot of Houston street, or to CROCKER,
OOD A CO., 52 South street.
[1HK STEAMBOAT II. M. COOL FOR CHARTER. - SHE
L has aaloon accommodation* for Ml'. Addre*s or apply to
. HAMMOND. No. 9 Morrla atreet, Jersey City.
TON KERB FERRY -STEAMBOAT FLORENCE
L leaves Franklin street, pier 85 at II A. M. and 5:80 P. M.
indaya at 9.80 A. 51., I 30 and 5:15 P. M. Freights received
lily.
NEW PUBLJCATIONH.
1ERCHANT TAILORS. SCOTT'S REPORT OF FALL
'I. fashions, showing styles of cut, colors and trlmmtugs,
iw ready, ltd a year. GENIO C. SCOTT,
171 Broadway, New Ygrfc
RK H
IY, AUGUST 14, 1869.
FINANCIAL*
AOOVBT BKLMONT A CO.
Issue letters of credit for travsllers' uh oa
leuri. ROTHSCHILD,
Id Peril, London, Frankfort and Vienna, and their correspondent!
in all the principal cities of Kurope. Also make
telegraphic transfers on California and Etirone.
/1ITY OF CINCINNATI PER CENT BOND6, HT.
" Louis Water Bonds, Kansas Pacific Railroad Block and
other good Securities wanted by O. COPELANO, W Pine St.
SALE-NEW ?ORK CITY RAILROAD STOCKS
and Bonds, Insurance, Bank, (lasllgUt and ManufaolurlngStocks;
also a large variety of Railroad Bonds and other
Securities, paying good dividends, at low rates for Investments,
by ALBERT II. NICOLAY,
Rtoca Broker and Auctioneer,
No. 43 Pine street.
N. B?Ail securities not dealt In at the New York Stock
Excbango Boards receive special attention, aa haa been the
custom with litis house for ntauy yeare.
MORTON BLISS A CO.,
30 llroad street,
Issue Circular Notes and Circular Letters of Credit for travel,
lers; also Commercial Credits, availablo in all parts of
Europe.
/"VFFICE OF THY. KTRUI.ian wtnif tsini'itANf-1? rnu.
U pauy, No. 1(5 Broadway. (
New YGBK, August 11, lBOT.t
A semi-annual dividend of live per cent and government
tax baa tlua day been declared by tbe directors, payable on
and alter the 14tb instant. A. L. kioULAKD, Secretary.
JJACIF1C RAILWAY COLD LOAN.
Messrs. DABNEY, MORGAN~A CO., 63 Exchange place,
and M. K. JESUP A CO., 11 Pine street, New York, offer
for sale tbe Bonds of the Kansas Pacific Railway. Tlicse
Bonds pay 7 per cent in gold, have thirty years to run, are
free from government taxation and are secured by a land
grant ot S.OOO.OOu acres of the finest lands In K ansas and Colorado.
In addition to this special grant tbe company also
owns 3,ObO,000 of acres In Kansas, which are being rapidly
sold to develop the country and Improve tbe road. They are
a first mortgage upon the extension of tbe road from Sheridan,
Kansas, o Denver, Colorado. The road in operation
now earns more than enough net Income to pay the Interest
on tbe new loan. There Is no better security In the market,
this being in some respects better than government securities.
Principal and Interest payable In gold. Price 96 and accrued
Interest, In currency. Pamphlets, maps and circulars furnished
on application.
PITTSBURG, FORT WAYNE AND CHICAQO RAILWAY
Company.
Orrict or Wimsi.ow, Lakiti a Co.,)
Tranptkr agents, >
New York. August 6, IMS#. )
The books for the transfer of the stock of this Company
will close on Tuesday, tbe 10th of August. 1369. at 3 P. M.,
for the purpose of enabllug the persons holding stock at that
time to convert the same into the guaranteed stock to be Issued
In exchange therefor.
The stock to be issued In exchange will be entitled to dividends
at the rate of seven per cent per annum, payable
aharierly on the Tuesday following the first Monday of January,
April, July and October, in each year, out of the rental
reserved under tbe lease to the Pennsylvania Railroad Company,
and such dividends will be payable free of the tncoipe
tax of the United States government, and of all taxes which
may be collected in any manner through or by means of the
corporation owning the road, or the corporation leasing
the same?the payment of all suoh taxes being assumed by
the lessees.
One hundred and seventy-one shares will be Issued In exchange
for each one hundred shares of tbe present stock.
Persons entitled to receive Hie fractional part of a share will
receive scrip not entitled to dividends until aggregated.
i oe iracuonai pari 01 a snare one in excnanze being threesevenths
of a share on every one hundred snares, will be
converted, and the avalle Included In the catb dividend to be
hereafter made out of the surplus assets of the company
when outstanding accounts shall be settled.
The l ooks will be opened for the exchange of stocks on
Tuesday, tne ?4lh day of August, 1889.
By order of the Executive Committee.
WINSLOW, LANIER A CO.,
Transfer Agents, No. ?7 l'lne street
OT. JOSEPH, MO., CITV SEVEN PER CENT BONDS,
0 due 1889; interest August and February, payable at
Bank of Commerce, New York.
Population of St Joseph, about 35,003.
Assessed valuation of property, 418,(100,000.
Rate of taxation 1'/% per cent.
Revenue from other sources than taxes, say licenses, Ac.,
$35,000.
Amount of city Indebtedness Is 9490,000.
The city owns In railroad ana other bonds 9000,000.
St Joseph Is the second ctty In size, wealth and population
In the State of Missouri, and Is the centre of six railroads,
running In different directions.
We offer a limited amount of these bonds at 75 Oat.
UTLEY A DOtliHKBTY, 11 Wall street.
WM. B. PUTNAM, ? WALL STREET.?BOND8 AND
Stocks bought and sold. Loans negotiated on securities,
bond and mortgage, Ac. First Mortgages.wanted.
41 nnn ? abtor house hotf.l company
"V/. Bond, due Jan. 1, 1878, for sale at 85 per
ceut Apply to C. D. RUST, 85 Pine street.
<|> C nnn WANTED-ON GOOD COLLATERAL 8E?'
l.UUI I curlty, at 15 per cent, for one or two years, to
extend sucoesetuJ, established, trail known monopoly; responsible
house. No partner taken. Prtnetpals only, wttii
cash, address Security, Ledger office, Philadelphia.
LOAN OFFICES. ~
AT 697 BROADWAY,
A *
Liberal advances made on Diamonds.
Watches, Jewelry, Silks, Ac. The same
bought and sold.
4?
JAMES P. MATTHEWS.
Removed May 1 to room No. 7, same Boor.
AT THE JEWFLRY STORE 783 BROADWAY THE
highest prices paid for Diamonds. Emeralds, Watches,
Old Uoid and silver, Laces, Camels' ilslr Sbswls, Ac. The
same sold. LYNCU'S.
ADVANOE8 MADE ON HORBF.S, CARRIAOES, AC., AT
BARKER A HAMLIN'S City Auction Mart, corner
Broadway and Thirty-ninth street Superior stabling and
storage.
AT77 BLKECKKR STREET, UP RTAIRS, NEAR BROADway,
money liberally advanced on diamonds, watches,
jewelry, Ac., or the same bought Pawnbrokers' tickets
bought
AT WOLF BROTHERS', 559 BROADWAY, UP STAIR8,
formerly of Brooklyn, monev liberally advanced on
Diamonds. W atches, Jewelry, Silks; more particularly on
Pianos. Business strictly couUdeutlal, Same bought and
sold.
AT J. A. JACKSON'S, NO. 5 AMITY STREET, NEAR
Broadway.?Liberal advances made on Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Dry Goods and personal property of ever*
description. Sam* bought and sold.
Diamonds, watches, jewelry and silver
ware bought and money loaned on them by O. C. ALLEN,
415 Broadway, one door below Canal street
Oft NASSAU BTREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE?
O / Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
and all kinds of Merchandise, or the same bought. Business
strictly private. Room No. 1.
1 QK BROADWAY, CORNER DEY STREET.?NEWMAN
l uO LEOPOLD, having facilities, advancsa at low rates
on Diamonds, Watches, Merchandise, Life Policies, Pianos
or other securities. Formerly at 58 N assau street
LOOT AMP FOUND.
I70UND?IN A NEW HAVEN CAR, NEAR NEW ROchelle,
a Pocketbook, containing a sum of Money,
which the owner can have by proving properly and paying for
this advertisement N. W. KIKE It, Mount Vernon.
I ORT?YESTERDAY (FRIDAY) AFTERNOON, BEJ
tween 74 and 78 Macdnogal street a Roll of Greenbacks.
The finder will be handsomely rewarded by calling at 74 Macuougal
street
IORT-ON MONDAY, AUGUST 9, WHEN GOING
J Irom Nassau street to Fourth avenue cars at Park row,
and In said cars up to corner Twentr-eerenth street, between
u -si-?.? L
or no uee lo any on* but the owner. The Under will be reworded
for He delivery at room Mo. 1, lecond floor, IV and SI
Nonion atreet.
f 08T-ON TUESDAY, THE 10TH INST.. A SEVENTH
IJ reflmeut reteran Pin. The Under will be liberally rewarded
by returning It to P. D. Brained, Jr., 14 and 16 Fourth
avenue..
IOST - ON THURSDAY RVENINO, AT OR NEAR
J Wallack'a theatre, a glace Watch Fob. The Under will
be liberally rewarded by leaving It at 84 (old No.) Third ae.
IOST?FRIDAY AFTERNOON, A LADY'S OOLD AND
J enamelled hunting eaae Watch, No. 14.&47, Agnate Lavalette,
maker, auppoaed to hare been dropped In going from
178 llleecker itreet to Broadway, corner Fourth atreet. The
tlndei will be liberally rewarded by leaving the aatne at 108
Waverlcy place. E. A. HILL.
IOST?ERIE COMMUTATION TICKET, NO. 1.63S. ANY
j one returning lame to No. IS8 Pearl atreet will be rewarded.
~ REWARDS.
<*>1 rt RKWARD.?LOST. ON FRIDAY MORNIhtl, A
J) J 11 black and white Newfoundland Doe; white breaal,
white atripe round hie neck, black on backIn aliape of aaddie,
tip of tall white; anawera to the name of Daah ; had on
a red collar at the time with addreaa and number. Tbe
abovo reward will be paid for Ita return to 40 Eaat Thirteenth
atreet, In Unlreralty place.
d>1 Afi REWARD AND EXPENSES PAID. LOST. AN
IP 11MJ Italian boy, between 10 and IS yrara of age. having
a round face, flee or all warta on the bark of right hand,
big one on little linger i wore a drab jacket, light colored
panta and hat, earrTaa and playa a violin (rereracd<. Any
jierion delivering him lo No. Ml Croaby atreet, will receive
the above reward. I caution the pnhlle not to harbor or delaln
him. ORAZIO HTKILIANO.
OTOP THIKK-RSIW REWARD.?ON JULY U0 A HOME
0 and Ruggy were hired from my place by a man about I
feet 10 Inchea high, black hair, eyea and whlakera; black
frock coat, alngle breaated dark veat, light panta, boota; waa
a little Inclined to aloop; atnre which time be hue not returned.
The horae la aix year* old, lft handa high, light hay.
white hind feel (on off foot the white la tbe hlghcet), email
tar In forehead, apllnt on near fore leg; round barrel and
very heavy aheath buggy, black body, bright red running
gear, etrlped black leathar top and cuahlona; aleo leather bag
for curtalna; Hatfield A Jackaon niaacra; harneaa allver
mounted, atamped on trare tug with T Worth. The above
reward will be paid for the apnrebenalon of thief and recovfry
of property. JOHN W. LAINO, Plalnfleld, N. J.
l'OMT OFFICK NOTICE.
|)OST OFFICE NOTICE THE MAIL FOR EE HOPE.
1 on Saturday, the 14th Inatant, will eloaa at thla office at
SAM, and at the atatlnna aa follnwe: A and II, 7:46; U and
O, 7 40; D and E, 7:34; F and O. 7:0ft A. M
V. u. JONES, Poetmaeter,
ERAL
KUROPEAN STEAMSIIIW.
'JO THE BL'EZ CANAL.
AT THE OPENI.Nli ("ERKMONIEP,
NOVKMHKK 17, 1NW,
A NEW AMERICAN
OCEAN STEAMSHIP LI KB,
CONNECTING
fcKERICA, EUROPE^-AFRICA AND ASIA,
Til"
MEDITERRANEAN KEA~~AND SUEZ CANAL.
The Atlantic, Mediterranean an I Orlanlal Kleam Navlpatloll
Company will despatch the AI Aral data Polled States
built steamship
Commander,
On SATURDAY, October 9, from pier No. ? North rlrer.
Rates of passage (payable In currencyj In llrtt cabin, without
board : ?
To CADIZ and OtHRALTAR frVO
To MARSEILLES lib
To OKNOA 1*
To MESSINA 140
To ALEXANDRIA and PORT SAID ?. 24(1
OCT AND TO RETURN 4A0
Tlma will be fttren to vlalt Rome, Athens, Venice and
Naples, on the return trip.
Passengers can alio witnraa the Imposing ceremonies of
the opening of the Suez Canal, and can proceed to Suez, on
the Red Sea, aultlctent time being given to Tiait Cairo, the
l'rramlda and the Iloly Land.
Passenger* will be served with Board on the European
plan?only paying for what they order?the ahlp having a
first claaa reetaurant, aupplytng all uecesrarles and delicaciea
at moderate prlcea.
SUCH MEMBERS OF THE PRESS A3 MAT HOLD
INVITATIONS FROM THE VICEROY OF K'lVPT. OR
THOSE OF F. D. LESS EPS, ESQ., PRESIDENT OF THE
SCEZ CANAL COMPANY, OR HIRAM WALBRIDOR,
PA^'fr WILl* BE FURWWH*D PASaAUE BY THK CO1*Passage
tickets I trued for Bombay, Calcutta, Madraa, Ceylon,
Singapore, Pcnang, Batavta and Hong Kong via Port
Said, connecting with the Penlnniilrtr and Oriental Company's
and the Meaaagertea Imperialea Steamship lines.
GRAND
EXCURSION TICKETS ROUND THK C.LOHR
will be Issued to Japan, San Francisco ana New k ork, connecting
with the Pacific Mall Steamship Uornpanv's superb
ocean ships at Hong Kong and Pacific Railroad at San Francisco.
Freights taken for Cadiz and all the porta of the Mediterranean,
Egypt, India, China and Japan.
Packages of sample goods, agricultural Implements, firearms,
machinery and other manufactured articles. Intended
for sale or exhibition will, be taken at the lowest freight rates,
and every attention and facility given to agents in charge of
said goods.
i niKu tAnin ni.nc.in,
Puingc ticket! to New York In third cabin, ships supplying
good cooked food and comfortable rooms for women and
children.
FROM GENOA, MARSEILLES AND CADIZ, $46 CURRENCY.
Third cabin passengers from South Germany, Austria and
Italy will embark atGrnoa; from Germany, Switzerland
and France, at Marseille!; from Portugal and Spain, at
Cadis.
Third cabin passengers for the Southern States of the
Union furnished passage tiokets from New York to all points
In the South at reduced rates, and forwarded under the company's
charge.
Homesteads and Lands In all the Southern States sold to
settlers from Europe at low prices and credit payments as
required. Steamships of this line will run regularly to and
from New York and Norfolk monthly.
HIRAM WALK RIDGE, President.
For freight or passage as above, or any further Information,
apply at Nos. 40 and 42 Broadway, New York, to the
Manager,
JAMES C. JKWETT.
STEAM TO GLASGOW ANO LONDONDERRY.
THE ANCHOR LINE,
Favorite Clyde built paaaeuger steamers, are Intended to all
as follows :?
Cats Ionia..Saturday, Aug. 14 I Britannia...Saturday, Sept. 4
Cambria...Saturday, Aug. 21 Columbia...Saturday,Sept. II
Iowa Saturday, Aug.IS | Europe Saturday, Sept. 18
and every Saturday thereafter.
From pier 10 Nortb river, at II o'clock noon.
Rales of passage, payable lo currency:?
Cablna to Liverpool, Glasgow or Derry, 990 and $75.
Excursion tickets, good for twelve months, 91IVI,
Steerage to Glasgow or Derry, 930; Intermediate, 93oPrepaid
certificates from these ports, 987.
Passengers booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Rotterdam,
Antwerp, Ac., at very low rates.
Drafts issued, payable at any bank In Great Britain and
Ireland.
For further Information apply on the steamers, foot of
Dcy street, or at the Company's offices, No. 7 Bowl Ion Green,
New York. HENDERSON BROTHERS..
QTEAM TO QVEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
O Every Wednesday, Thursday slid Saturday.
NEVADA Wednesday, August 11
ERIN ' Saturday, August, 14
Drafts payable In any part of England, Ireland. Scotland,
at current ratea of exchange. Apply at THOMPBON'8 Passage
office, 78 Broadway, corner of Rector street.
STEAM TO qUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
From New York only 980, steerage.
COLORADO Williams Wednesday, Aug. 18
NEBRASKA Ouard Wednesday, Aug. 85
From pier 48 North river.
Cabin passage 980, gold.
Passage from and to New York, Paris, Hamburg, Rotterdam,
Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, France and Germany
at lowest rates.
Apply to WILLIAMS A GUION, 29 Broadway.
Reduced rates.
LONDON AND NEW YORK RTEAM8HIP UNE.
Steamers iortnighily to London direct from pier No. 8
North river. Passage at 990, 970 and 980, currency.
HELLONA August 14 CELLA September 11
ATA r. ANT A August 28 PARAGUAY ..September 15
For passage to Hamburg, Bremen, Havre. Pane and Rotterdam,
at cheapest currency rates, apply to ROBERT N.
CLARK, 88 Broadway.
For freight, to HOWLAND A ASPINWALL.M South at.
QPBUIAL NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.?THE 8TEAMn
ship HELLONA, Captain Conche, will sail for London
direct, on Saturday, August 14, at 8 A.M., from pier No. 8
N. R. HOWLAND A ASPINWALL, Agents.
/"VNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE.
The General Transatlantic Company's Mall Steamships between
New York and Havre, calling at Brest.
The splendid vessels of this favorite route for the Continent
will sail from pter No. 60 Nortb river aa follows: ?
LAFAYETTE, Rousaan Saturday. August 21
PE RE I RE, Duchesne Saturday, Sept. 4
RT. LAURENT, Lemarie Saturday, Sept. IS
viULjCi uIS t-AKih, Niirmont *aiurday, Oct. J
Kates of passage, payable In gold (Including wine) : ?
To Brest and Harre-Flrst Cabin, #140; Second Cabin, $78.
To Pane (Including railway ticket) --$148 and $78.
These steamers do not carry steerage passengers.
American travellers going to or returning from tbe Continent
of Europe by taking tbe steamers of this line avoid botb
transit by English rallwavs and the discomforts of crossing
the Channel, besides saving time, trouble and cipense.
CEO. MACKENZIE, Agent, 88 Broadway.
TpOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN.-INM AN
' Line of Mail Steamers are appointed to sail as follows
CITY OP ANTWERP Saturday, August 14.11 A. M.
CITY OP BOSTON Saturday, August 31,1 P. M.
ETNA (via Halifax) Tuesday, August 84.1 P. M.
And each succeeding Saturday and alternate Tuesday, from
pier 4fr North river.
RATES OF PARBAOK
By the mall steamer sailing every Saturday.
Payable In Cold. Payable In Currency.
First cabin $100 I Steerage .$88
To London 105 To London 40
To Paris 1181 To Parts 43
Passage by tbe Tuesday steamer, via Halifax.
First Cabin. Steerage.
Payable In llold. Payable In Currency.
Liverpool $60 Liverpool $80
Halifax 30 Halifax 18
St. Johns, N. P.,by branch RC Johns, N. P.,by branch
steamer 48 eteamcr 80
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bremen,
Ac., at reduced ratei.
Tickets can be bought here at moderate rates by persons
wishing to tend for their friends.
For further Information apply at the company'* offices.
JOHN O. DALE, Agent,
18 Broadway, New York.
STEAM TO ANTWERP,
calling aPSouthampton.
INMA.N LINE.
CfTV ni TXT TPX TXT a.. , I ?
For freight or passage apply to
JOHN O. HALF, Agent,
16 Broadway, New York.
THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
Iron mall steamship
WESTPHALIA.
Captain H. P. Bchwenaen, carrying the United States malls,
will sail on Tuesday, Aujjusl^ 1868^ at 1 P. M., for
taking passengers for Hamburg, Plymouth and Cherbourg.
First cabin, $120; Second Cabin, <79; Steerage, $26, gold.
Payable In United Statea gold.
The HAMMONIA to Ball August 64.
KUNHARDT A CO., 0. B- RICHARD A BOAS,
Oeueral Agents, Ceneral Passenger Agents,
61 Broad street, N. Y. No. 6 Barclay street, N. Y.
CtUNARD LINE. . ?
J THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
Between New York and Liverpool, calling at Cork Harbor.
Java Wednesday, Aug. 18. Tarifa, Thursday, Sept. *.
Aleppo, Thursday, Aug. 1!>. China, Wednesday, Sept. 8.
Scotia, Wodnesdiy, Aug 36. Tripoli, Thursday, Sept. 9.
Malta, Thursday, Aug. 2d. Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 13,
Cuba, Wednesday, Sept. 1. Siberia, Th ursday, Sept. 16.
" RATI S Or PASSAOR.
By the Wednesday Steamers, not carrying Steerage.
First Cabin, Ifl30, gold. Second Cabin, 1*80, gold.
First Cabin, to Paris $165, gold.
By the Thursday Steamers.
First Cabin, $80, gold. Steerage, $80, currency.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool and tgueenatuwn and all
parta of Europe, at lowest rales.
Through hills of Isding given for Belfast, Glasgow, Havre,
Antwerp and other ports on the Continent, and for Mediterranean
porta.
For Freight and Cabin passage, apply at the CompsDy'i
office, No. 4 Howling Ureen.
For Steerage passage, at 111 Broadway, Trinity Building,
CHA8. O. FRANCKLYTI, Agent.
THE NORTH HERMAN LLOYD'8
Steamship BREMEN, Captain C. Lelst, will
??n, carrying the United States mall, from the Bremen
pier, fool of Third street, Hoboken,
On SATURDAY, August 14, 1861,
for
BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON,
taking passengers to
I/IN DON, HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON and BREMEN, nt
the following rates, payable In gold
Firal cabin .. .$120)
Seronu cabin. 72> Gold.
Third cabin 26'
Steerage from Bremen. $40, gold.
To be followed by the eteamahlp UNION, Captain T.
Dreyer, on Thursday, August IP.
For freight or passage apply to
OELIllClIS A CO.. 88 Broad street
National line.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND Qt EENSTOWN,
From pier No. 47 North river.
ERIN, Webster, Saturday, August 14, at 10 A. M.
PENNSYLVANIA, Hall, Saturday, August 21, at 2 P. M.
THE QUKKN, Orogan, Saturday, August 28, at 0 A. M'
Passage to Liverpool or (Juseuaiown?Cabin, $1UU and $76;
steerage, $80, currency.
Steerage tlckete from Liverpool or Queenslown, $37, cur*
reney.
Apply at the company's office. 80 Broadway.
r, W. J, UChbT, Manager.
iD.
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
COAHTWIHB ATRAMSHIPA
1JACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINK TO
CALIFORNIA AND CHINA.
Through ralea, New York to San Francisco:?
Flrnt t'j ass. Steer ice.
?150 to ?aoo, i 475.
according to location of berth.
These ratei Include berth, board mod ail nacsaaertca for tbt
trip.
Suainera of the above line learc pier No, 42 North rlrert
foot of Canal .street, at 12 o'clock norm,
ON 1ST, 11T1I AND 21ST, KACH MONTH,
eirept when tboee days fall on Sunday, then the day previous.
One hundred pounda baggage free to each adult. Medicine
and attendance fits.
AUGUST 21?HENRY CHAUNCF.Y, Captain Connor,
connecting with SACRAMENTO, Certain Hudson.
Steamer leaving Anguet 11 connecti closely with steamer
JAPAN, leaving Sao rraoclaco September 4 lor China and
Japan.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS?Frrljlit for eteamer HENRY
CHACNCKY received until 4 P. M. on Friday, August 2<L
All usual^ facllltlea aflorded ehippera in collecting Inlan4
cuarges, AC.
For freight or passage tickets and *11 further Informal I.ia
epply at the Company's ticket olbceou the wharf, foot of
Canal street. K. K. BABY, A*POL
For BERMUDA?the At STAMSHIP FaHKEE, oaptaln
Joseph D. Steele, carrying tha United Slates mails,
will aall for the above pott on Thursday, Annual ?4, at 3
o'clock P. M., and every third Thuraday succeeding until further
notice, from pier 13 North river.
Ilaa tuperior pasecugsr and freight ncrommodatione.
First Cabin 430 \ Second Cabin 420
Freight, 60c. per dry barrel, payable in United State* gold.
Por freight or passage apply to J. NORMAN HARVEY,
Agent, 34 .New street.
flMKST STEAMER.
1 Texan lina
of Galveston atenmer*,
touching at Key West.
The At atenmer GENERAL, SEDGWICK, Captain Gliders
dale, ia now raceirlng freight at pier 21, Kaat river, and will
aall Saturday, August ?1, at 3 P. n , or sooner If f ill.
No charge for forwarding in New York or tlalreaton.
Through hills of lading given to Houston on all goods
consigned to the Houston |}frect Navigation Company.
Apply to II. MALLORY A CO., 113 Maiden lane.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRF-iTT,
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE,
comprising the Unit class steamships
GENERAL GRANT Captain It. S. Quick
crescent CITY Captain J. B. Hllrtrelh
SHERMAN Captain W. P. Henri
GENERAL MEADE Captain A. W. SumpaoM
UNITED STATES Cuptalu G. L. Norton
The steamship
SHERMAN,
Captain Wm. I*. Henry,
will be despatched on Saturday, August*14, at 3 o'clock P.
from pier Is North river.
Freight reoelved at through rates for St. Louis, Mobl'a and
Galveston.
The GENERAL MEADE will succeed Saturday, August 31.
For freight or passage, baring superior accommodations,
apply to
FREDERIC BAKER,
40 Broadway.
Havana, sisal and vera cruz.
New York and Mexican Mall Steamship Line, sailing
every twentr days from pier 17 East river, at 12 M.
The splendid hew steamer*
CLKOI'aTRA, Can tain Phillips. Tuesday, August 17.
CITY OF MEXICO, CsuUln Deaksu, Monday, Septembsf
6, at It o'clock.
For freight or pa-age *EIAffrmE 4 ?ON8]
38 Broadway
li'Uti MUlllLiK?FERNANFUNA ROI'TE.
X1 The first china steamer MERCEDITA. Captain Starker,
leaves on Wednesday. August 18 fro .a pier 23 North river, at
8 P. M.
Has superior passenger accommodations.
Is now receiving. Insurance guaranteed to Mobile at ljf
per cent. Through rales to all ixilnts In the interior.
For freight or passage apple to
J. F. PATTERSON, Agent ITT West street. 1
FOR CHARLESTON, S. C., THE FLORIDA PORTS, Tllrf
South and Southwest.
Reeular line.?The fast and popular sidewheel steamship
MINNKTQNKA, , will sail Wednesday, 18th August, at f
P, M? from nler No. 8, North river, foot or Rector street.
Through bills of lading to all points South and SouthweeU
Atent.i in Charleston (Kevenel A Co.) forward all goods trap
of commission.
ARTHUR LF.ART. Agent, 78 William street.
The PARAOOBSA will rati 'list August.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.?OLD LINK-LOW
freight. i
The well known Sratclase sidewheel steamship DE 60TO
will leave plerHii North river, on Saturday, August SI, at
three P. M. Freight taken at through rates for St. Louisa
Mobile and Galveston.
BIENVILLE will follow.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations,
apple to
LIVINQ8TON, FOX k CO., No. 88 Liberty street.
UNITED 8TATE8 AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP
Company. i
The elegant sidewheel steamship SOUTH AMERICA. 1.0<4
tons burden, Captain E. L. Tlnklepaugh, Will saH for MP
Thomas, Para, I'ernambuoo, Bahia and Rio da Janeiro OS
Monday, August 83, at 8 o'clock P. M., from pier 48
, North river. For (reighl or paasage applv to
WM. R. GARRISON, Agent,
No. 6 Bowling Green, New York.
LTNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA.
J Atlantic Mall Steamship Company.
Sailing regularly every Thursday, at I o'clock P. M. prM
cisely, from pier No. 4 North river.
COLUMBIA..... Captain Evan Sice August 18
EAGLE M. R. Greene August 38
M0RRO CASTLE R. Adams Septembers
For freight or passage apply to
? O. WHEELER. Jr.. President,
No. & Bowling Green.
pTOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT
Steamahfpa of this line will lease pier No. 9 North river at S
o'clock P. M., as follows:?
GEORGE WASHINGTON, Gager Saturday, August ti
CORTES, Nelson Saturday Auguatl?
Freight taken. Tor St Louis, Mobile and Galveston at
through rate*.
For passage, first and second class, or freight apply to
If- B. CROMWELL A AID. St west street.
FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA PORTS.
,*.w )or,k and Chartsston Steamship Company's first
classsldewheel steamship
CHAMPION. Captain R. XT. Lock wood,
on Saturday, August 14, at S P. M., sailing from pier No.
North nrer. ?
Superior accommodations for passengers.
Through passage tickets and bills or lading Issued In connection
with the South Carolina Railroad to all poiuta South
aud Southwest and with steamers to Florida ports.
Goods forwarded free of commission.
Bills of lading furnished and signed on the pier.
Insurance by this line one-half percent.
The MANHATTAN will follow, and sail on Saturday.
August 21.
HENRY R. MORGAN *00.. Agents,
lib I>roadway.
TKAVBL,L,ERM? GLIDE.
Albany and troy day line-change qp
tlme.-The steamboats C. VIBRARD and DANIEL
DREW will, on and after Thursday, July 8, lcare Desbrosse*
street at 8 and Thirty-fourth street at 8:15, landing at Yon*
kers, Weat Point, Cornwall, Newburg, Poitghkeepste, Tiro L
Rhlnebeck, Catsklll and Hudson. Tickets sold and haggagR
checked on board the boats to al. points on New York Central,
Rensselaer and Saratoga railroads.
LIOR BOSTON
J; via
FALL RIVER DIRECT.
The world renowned steamers
BIIISTOL AND PROVIDENCE,
Commsnder Brattov, Commander SIMM own,
will lease (alternate dart) DAILY
from ptcr SO N orth rlrcr,
... ? foot of Chambers street,
at five p. M.
DODWORTH'S CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA.
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT EVERY EVENING,
This Is the only line running a
SUNDAY NIGHT BOAT.
PROVIDENCE passenger* by the shore steamers wi?"
lease Kali Riser at 5:30 A. M.. arriving at 6:50 A. M.
RETI'RNING will lease PROVIDENCE at 5 P. M , making
direct connection with the boat, and allowing a good night*
rest un board each way.
To better accommodate the public the splendid steamers
NEWPORT AND OLD COLONY,
Commander Lewih, Commander M1LI.i1,
will lease (alternate days) DAILY
(Sundays excepted),
from pier 18 North riser
(foot of Worry streetW
AT 6:30 P. M. FOR BOSTON VIA NEWPORT.
FREIGHT recelsed at pier 3u up to 5 P. M?
and al pier 28 up to 6 --d P. M. each evening,
JAMES FISK, Jr., President,
M. R. SIMONS, Managing Director,
( HAS. H. VAILE, General Passenger Agent,
H. 11. MANGAMrVrelght Agent,
Narragansett Steamship Company,
CTKAMER MARY POWELL WILL COMMBNOB ttcjtt
ning Saturday June A, I860, for Correns', West Poinl,
Cornwall. Newburg, New Hamburg, Milton. Pnughkeepain
and Rondout, leaving pier, foot or Desbrosses street, esery
afternoon at 3 30.
Troy line for ALBANY and troy.-the fastest,
elegant evening river Steamboats In the world. The
VANIIERBILT or CONNECTICUT Jesses pier 44 North
riser, foot of Spring street, every evening (Saturdays esc. pied)
at 9 o'clock, and foot or West Thirty-fourth street aid 13,
Fare onlr *1 50. being lit 75 less th-in rail and 75c. cheanee
than any ofher route, ami llk? reduction to Buffalo. Niagara
Fall*, all polnu WesU to Saratoga, Sharon, Lake Oeorgn. alt
point* on Lake chaniul.iin, to Montreal. to all point* In Vermont
and weatcrn Maaeachuaetta. Ticket* (old and slot#
room* aeettred at DODU'S Express Offlcea. 429 and 944
Rroadway, New York, and No. 1 Court iroot, Rrooklyn.
Alio at 308 Went lire it, above Spring. Passenger* landed
In Saratoga In time for breakfast.
" PKOPOSAliS,
CI ROTO N AQUEDt.'CT DEPARTMENT.?SEP ARATB
) eealed proposal*, each endorsed with the title of tlm
work to which It relate*, the name of the bidder and the dam
of It* offering, will be recelred at tbl* office until 11 o'clock
A. M. of Wednesday, August 25. from r*r*oo? legally authoriied
to lay the "Brown A Miller" pavement and al*o tha
"Flak concrete" pavement In the city of New York, for tho
laying of the "Rrown a Miller" pavement In North Moor*
treet, from Weet Broadway to Weet street, and In White
street, from Centra elreet to Broadway; and for the laying of
the "Flsk concrete" pavement In 129th street, from Third to
Sixth avenue.
The plane for those works can he seen and (peelllcationk
and forma lor the Idd* obtained on application to the con*
tract clerk at this office.
TIIOMAS STEPHENS, ) Crolon
ROBERT It. DARKAUft,' Aqueduo
OKOKOR 8. OREKNE, ) Board.Nltw
YonK, August 13,1MV.
lfAltHI.K VIANTKI.H.
AUMK STOCK MARBLE AND SLATF. MANTELS,
with Orate* complete; Mantel* shipped, no rlak to purchaser*;
Monument*, lleadilon**, Ac., eseeuted to order.
Prion low. WATHAN a CO..
SS9 \\ est Klghteetilh *t., between F.lghtb and Ninth arenuM.
MARBLEIZED SLATE. DECORATED MARBLE AND
**rble Mantels, rich and elegant design*. T. B.
KfEWAKT A CO., 306 Sixth avenue, between Thirty.fffth and
Thirty alsth s.reet*.
Marble and marblkizkd mantels, nonumentn.
Headntonea, Ac. The large*!, Itnc*t and cheapaag
Block In th* city ; Mantels, also Catalogues, aent to the conn
IfJ* A. KLABKR. 134 and 13*1 East 18th at., near 3d av

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