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WHOLE NO. 12,053. personau Geo. p. knapp, formerly iv the employ of, will oommuDicaU bill addrcM to curtis a ward, 43 Bouth ? trw party who took thb gold watoii JL from 68 Variok street on Monday ulgbt, lClh Inst., will return the lame to the abort number, or to M., 11# Broadway <e? press ofloc), be will receive ?60. and np questions a?l?l. JOHN O. HBFFERNAN.?CALL ON P. 0. DEVLIN AT onoe. ?T IZZIR"?CALL TO-DAY (SOTH) AT 13 NOOK, AT JLi that ''ancient place" where you directed your lettar. ABTOB. METHLICK.-JULY 19, 1869 I HAVE BEEN 8ERIously 111; getting better, but very weak i come If you possibly can immediately, for yos we more needed than foTcan think. M. TLfRS. ELIZA OWENS (MAIDEN NAME QUEENV 1*1 late of W Wyckoff itreet, Brooklyn.?Letters at Broo ?. lyn Pott ofllce from your ileter. In Sydney, Australia. M-JNDIANA.-TOUR NOTE DATED ASTOR HO'JSR . August 3, waa received too late to anawer. Pleaffb ad-. ?reas as before, Edward. ^ OCTAVIUB?ALL WELL. ARE YOU HOME ^ WTT trie bear from you at once. R 8.-return ed from long branch ffcfiter day. Call on your old friend at 131 Kant Thirteenth street. _ MAUD KAttlMNH. CCARLET JACK F.T?BROAD W AY, near A8TOR O House, yesterday morning. Address Llg' A Clothes, Herald ofllce. fHH YOUNO'LADY DRESSED IN BUF^ LINEN, WHO went to Rockaway on Monday and 'Promised to meet gentleman on Tuesday, at eleven o'clock, e arner of Broadway aid MorrlR street, can find what she then last by addressing M. M., Herald ofllce. T~" HE CAKMTN~b"R OTlfERPERSON '#B0 MOVRD THE goods of Mrs. Dickey from the basement of 7SB Broadway (>n the 17lU (night) or W.h ln?t><inornlng) will be rcwarckd by giving Information of iaob Removal to Mr. Russcl, 43 Pine street, roouts 16 and 17. X-TOO LATE, UNLESS YOU COME NEXT WEEK. ll"?.l my advice and come. Surmount all obstacles and you will be ha^py. Don't disappoint. I think of yuu oil the time ajd lave you deeply. Y. SPECIAL NOTICES. _ A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS, SHOES, T.-unks and Valises at the Great Family Shoe Emporium, hjo Bowery, corner of Bund street, selling 20 per cunt fcelow Broadway prices, w. D. BIOELOW, ROBERT IRWIN. rpm OREAT TELEGRAM CARTOONS. LOOK FOR THEM, enjoy"tiiem. DON'T FAIL TO BKE_THE CARICATURES IN TO-DAY'S PAPER. THE (SUSQUEHANNA WAR DEPICTED. THE ATTITUDE OF FISK DURING THE TRUCE. *HB INTERNATIONAL BOAT RACE, AND l)oW IT WILL END. BEE EVENING TELEGRAM CARTOONS OF TO DAY. i DVERTISEMENT8 INTENDED FOR THE WHOLE jfV Southern and Western edition of the Philadelphia Comtr.erdal List and Price Current must be forwarded to 8. N. WIN8LOW A SON on or before Thursday evening. A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS. . Missouri and Kentucky State Lotteries. MISSOURI? EXTRA CLASS 615, AU'Jli&T IV, 1869. M, 60, 98, 7, 40, 1, 67, IS, 87, 16, go, t*. MISSOURI?01.AGS 516. AUGUST 19. 1869. It, 14, 28, 64, 8. 72, 18, 43, 69, 11, 22. 67. KENTUCKY?XXTKA CLASS 491, AUGUST IB, 1869. 86, 69, 45, 64, 48, 88, 4, 67, 12, 28, 22, 89. KENTUCKY?01.AB11 I'll. AUQFoT IV, 1B0W. 81, 2f, 67, 8, 6H, 1, 75, 43, 70, <4, 87. 41. Information furnished la tbe above and alio Royal Havana lotteries. J. CLlrTE, Broker, No. 206 Broad war and 168 Fulton street. EXCISE NOTICE.?TUB UNDER8IGNED WILL APPLY In lh? Metropolitan Board of Ezclie, on the 17th day of Keptember, 1669, for a license to lell ale and beer onlr, at No. ] Catharine street, New York. CHAS. BR ANDES. (1 RAND HOP AT HEATH HOUSE, X Schooley's Mountain Spring!, N. J., Saturday evening, August 21. 18AAC O. BOYCK, COUNSELLOR AT LAW IN ALL ootirla of this State and the United States.?All business promptly attended to. Office 20 Centre street. Cut thli out. YACHTS, STEAMBOATS, dep. JfOR SALE?TUE CELEBRATED SCHOONER YACHT enrlMta, IK tons brden, old measurement, winner of th? great ocean yaobt race to Cowes, England, In 1866, (In which be made tbe extraordinary run of ?80 miles In 14 hours), and aevtral other ocean races. The Henrietta bat been on a cruise tctbeWeat Indies, but has returned to New York. Wblle on her voyage from Key Wert to Charleston she mad* run at 180 mile* during rough weather, ihowlng that he baa lost none of her apeed. The Henrietta ha* a commodious saloon, handsomely fitted up, with a large ttateroom on tbe starboard side, three other itaeroom* and two staterooms forward for officer*. Tbe cabin furnitore, kitchen utensils, Ac., are in complete order, and tbe vessel will b* put inreadtnew to go to tea immediately. The Henrietta will compare favorably, for tpeed and ceagolng qualities, with any yacht In thi* country or England. For particular* ddrets J. ANDERSON Herald office, New York. Rare chance.?a light 17 foot working boat for tale: weight 50 pounds; entirely new: will be sold cheap, oars Included. Inquire at THOMAS STACK'S shipyard, office coruer of Washington and Oak streets, Greenpoint, STEAM YACHT FOR SALE?A FINE MODELLED steam yacht, (8 feet lone, 11)4 feet beam, 10 Inch square 3Under, well l'ound and In complete running order, for sale eap, She Is very economical In th* Item or fuel. Aildrett Iiolpnln, New York Heraidoffice. WANTBD-A SECOND HAND CAT-RIGGED SAILboat, not over fifteen feet long. Address Raymond, Herald office. \TAcnT FOR SALE LOW-ABOUT 18 TONS, IN FIRST A rate order and fitted up In first class style. Apply to W. T. COALE, 70 Mercer street. WANTED TO PURCHASB7~ Drilling machines wanted.?two small upright Drill ins Machines, suitable for small work. State price and where they can be seen. A. J. WHITE, 2P8 Pearl street, New York, TO FLORISTS.?WB WANT TO PURCHASE CUT Flowers and Boqueta for a large retail house In the city for the coming season, commenrlng Immediately. Florists Llease address box 2t)6 Herald offic* for three days, giving m, address, Ac. TO DRUGGISTS.?ANY ONE HAVING A GOOD DRUG Store, In a business location, with one or mora Rooms adjoining, chu lind a cash customer. Addiest Physician. 106 West Sixteenth street. Wanted tf.n horse power engine and Boiler, Hydraulic Press and Pump, two larc* Jacket Kettle*, suitable for boiling fat. Inquire tarlr of PHILLIPS A CAI.VERLEY, 444 Water atieet. llfANTED- FIVE HUNDRED SECOND HAND REW lined Petroleum Barrel*, from the oounlry, In loU of twenty or more. Addreaa, *tatlng prlc* and freight to New Vork, W. IKVINO (JLAKK, boi H7U New York Poat office. WANTED-A SECOND HAND COPPER PLATE Preen, 15-lncb roller. Addreaa boi WW atntion A. POST OFFICE NOTICE. . P(isr OFFICE NOTICE.?THE MAIL FOR El'ROPE during tbo week ending Augmt SI will clo*e at thle ofl.i-e on Tuesday, Wedneaday, Thuraday and Saturday, at 11 M., and at the atellona a* fofiowa:?A and B, 11:45,0 aud O, U:3V, D and E, 11:15; F and 0,10:90 A. M. P. H. JONES, Postmaster. ^ FURNITURE. ~ * -TWO NEW MAONIFCENT 8ATIN BROCATEL J\ . r.il lor Suite: alio two walnut leimfeulti and a lot of Phi lor, Chamber, Library and Dining Furniture, cheap for caali. 6H Uleeckar etreet, near Broadway. A -OVER *8,00(1 WORTH OF RLEOANT FURNITURE at private sale; satin brocatel and reo* Parlor Sulla, Palutlnga, Bronze*, Curtain*, Etauere*, Library, Chamber ami lilnlng Furniture; Pianoforte for leaa than half original eo*t; family leaving city. 118 Twenly-eiitb alraat, bet wean ifilulb and Seventh avenuoa. A MAGNIFICENT PARLOR SUIT, COVERED FRENCH /V lirucalel, coat $460, for fl75; one $70. Pianoforte, >i"gerea, Painting*, Bookcase, Bronte*, Mutuary, Booka, Kncoigmtlrut, Table*, Chamber and Dining Boom Fwrnlturc, China. (ilns, a aaciiflec, property of furo'ly leaving city. * 7 V, csl Klfleentli atrcet, near Hlitn avenue. VtAirr.TS, FURNITURE AND BEIIM Nil. HOUSEkeepers aupplled with the above on ea*j lerma. Put*neut? weekly or monthly. KEI.LKY k CO., corner Twenty ttfi atreet aud Buth avanue. No conneotlou with any other Mate. . "^MRPKTS, FURNITURB AND OILCLOTH O'FAR. I J KliLL A OlUtKNE, II* Eighth avenue, corner TwenII. ?k aireet, are aeillng at reduced prloe*. Payment* taken ?r, ?kJy or monthly. ' MARBtB MANTEM. AUKDK STOCK MARBLE AND SLATR MANTELS, VJlh Crate* complete; Mantel* ejilpped.no rlak to purrhaaer*; Monument*, lleadatooea. A*., eiecutiad to order, fries Mlir. WaTHAN A CO., ',?? Witat Eighteenth at., between Blghth and Ninth avenue*. ? .'ARBLEIZED SLATE. DECORATED MARBLt AND ftj. Ma'ltl* Mantel*, rich and ?leg?nt design*. T. B. HTIk WART A Co., (tot Sixth avenue, between Tblrly-flftb and Tbifij'-alitlj <>reet*. VTABCLB AND MARBLKIZED MANTELS, MONOJVl nieitta. Ilf.vUtpnea, Ac?The largeat, finest anil eheapett Stock hi the city Mantels, alao Cataloguea. aent to the crtunZy K Ki/aB^R. 134 and 11* Eaat 18t(i at., near ild av Marble manti^, monuments, heaprtonp.s. Ac., of fipnrlor u'??lgna and workmonahlp, will be aold at S. KLaBKA'S manu*?etory, ?'i First avenue, near Third Urtot, i| colt PflfM, to r?u Hjie "lock befor* removal, E NE' THBJT17RF. Prospect PAjIK fair ground association Fall Trotting Keeling. TUESDAY. THURSDAY anil SATURDAY, September M^l? and 18, >0,000 Id premium*. The prof/ramma will b? announced at an tarty day. MARTIN KALBFLEISCH, Pr?aldent BD*r/M F. Mobbib, Secretary, TBOvmNO AT WHEELER'S PARK, EATONTOWN, A. J.-Three Orand Trot* on Saturday nex?., Augutt 11. R. HITLICK. ProDrletor. gym n : 1 11 /?T-' li 1 * SPOUTING? POGB, BIRF<8, &C. All kinds or rANcr dogs ald birds fop sale.?MedfelnM for all dtsetses. Prepared Food for Mocking birds, ( b. DOVEY'B, No. 8 Greens tract, eorner f CanaT. N. B.?Ladle* aitendad by Mrs. Dorer. Enuu8h SPARROWS. ALL SOIHS OF BIRDS, and the be?.t of Mocking Bird*. F. MOR1B, 43 Chatham itraaL nOUSES, CARRIAGES, AC. At barker a hamlin's city auction mart.m AJOlt C. w. BARKER, Auctioneer. The special attention of ueutlomen la called to our sale to-morrow of road and work Horses, Coupea, Extension and Park Phaetons, Depot and Express Wagons, top and no top Buggies, Rockaways, Haruess, Blankets, Bnei'U, Whips, Halters, Surcingles Sweat Palls, 4c., Ac. Among the horses ollcrad wi 1 be bay Patcben gelding, 16 bauds, ? years old ; warranted sound, kind and true ; a very fine, stylish and pleasant driver; can trot In three mluutes; wrs raised In New Jersey: sold only for want of use, together with sldesprlug road Wagon, Harness, Ac. Gray trolling Horse, 1BJ? hands, 8 years old; sound and kind and can trot in 2:4S; very safe and reliable for any one to ride or drive. Brown Horse, 14% hands, 7 years old; warranted sound and kind; of great endurance and warranted to trot a mile this day In 2:Bii. and in condition can trot in 2:40, together with Dusenbtiry Wai;on and Harness; sold on account or owner going to California. Also Bve other work and road Horses; full description at sale. Sales never postponed on account of weather. l,So7 liroidway, corner Thirty-ninth street. AT JOHNSTON A VAN TASSELL'S. ARCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, HORSE AUCTION MART, 119 East Thirteenth street, near fourth avenue. REGULAR SALES EVERY TUESDAY ANU FRIDAY. FRIDAY, August 2'). at 12 o'clock. Gentlemen having private establishments which they wish to dispose of, or thi/Be wishing to purchase anything in the horso line, will llnd It to their advantage to call on us. Our dealings are almost exclusively with merchants and business men, and our establishment is conduc ted on the same straightforward principles which govern honorable people In other branches of trade. Good stabling for horses at private sale. We give the purchaser of eve 17 horse that Is warranted sound twenty-four hours for trial. OUR DOWN TOWN OFFICE IS AT NO. 89 NAS8AU PTRKET, opposite the Post oflttco, where a register Is kept or horses, carriages, Ac., at prlyate and public sales. Liberal advances mado on everything ni the horse line. CATALOGUE OF THIS DAY'S SALE. nay and brown family or carriage Team, 16M hands, about 9 years, kind la all harness; one very fine under saddle; fine travellers in every respect; a first class family team; kind and true. Ray Mare, 15 hands, S years; kind In all harness and under saddlo; free from vice; warranted sound, kind and true, t Hrown Mare, W)4 hands, 7 years; kind in all harness ; trots In minutes; very free and stylish driver; no road too long for her; does not sby, ami for a road or family horse she Is unsurpassed. Also a seat Dusenbury A van Duser Road Wnpon, weighs 140 pounds; set fine single Harness, 4c., A<\ Fnur elegant top Wagons, one Jenny Llnd Wagon, two Dog Carta, with pole and shafts; all In oomplete order. Dark dapple gray Uorse, IS bands. 7 yearn; kind In all harness and under saddle; free from vice; trot* In 4 minutes; Jery free and stjllsh driver; la an elegant carriage or excreta oree; la afraid of nothing; warranted sound, kind and u-ue; also a light Road Wagon, set Harueaa, At'., Ac. Bay Team, half brothers, ISM hands, 6 and 7 rears; kind In all harneas; very free and stylish drivers; a first class family team: warranted, sound, kind and true. Light Business or Eipregs Wagon. Several other Horses, top an! no top Wagons, Ac. Full particular! time of wle. We never postpone a sale on account of weather. At our new private salesroom and repositorv, 68 Liberty street, between Broadway and Nassau. Assortment of first class Carriages and Harness, Including aome great bargalniyln consigned work, that must be sold to pay advances, obargea, Ac., at private sale only. _____ JOHNSTON kVAN TAPBELL. A trotting pont. and meat and one Road Wagon, 1*5 pounds, will be sold, separately or together, and three seta of double Harness, lu distillery, 477 Pearl street. Avert fine and superior oray cart, truck or coupe Horse, 18>g blgh, 8 years old, long tall; this la one of the finest horses In the city for any sort or work; sound, kind and gentle. The above horae must be sold as the owner has nn line whatever for him. nr will h? tra'lari fur m. good road horae. Apply to JOHN CUFF, at 160 Jane at. Avery buperior bay mare, i&? high, 5 yeara old; long tall; can trot In about &fi, and warranted lu every way; aound and kind, with a city made Road W agon and alngle tlarnee*, nearly new; will be arid poaltlrely wltbont rwerre far the want of u*e. Muatbeaeeuto be appreciated. Apply at 1(4, foot of Jane itreet. Aoentleman's bio, consisting or a stylish bay Horae, 7 yeari old, I6J<j band* lilgb, found and kind In harneaa or under the laddie, and a very handiome top Wagon, of the moat modern and faahlonable pattern, never uaea. Inquire at P. Maatcraon'a livery itable, Forty eighth treet, weet of Eighth avenue. A CHANCE TO BUY CHEAP?A BAY MARE, SEVEN yearn, IS handa, kind and true; noble animal; told for Whatever a he will fetch. 468 Pearl etrect. AT WILLIAM H, ORAY'B EMPIRE CARRIAGE REpoeltory, 90, 22, 24 and 88 Wooiter etreet, can be found a large aaaorlment of Coachen, Clarence*. Rockawaya, Coupe Rockawaye; alao alx-aeat extenalon top Barouche and a very tine Coupe, one eecond band Dog Cart, top and open Pony Pbaftona; alao 1U0 Wagon a of all deacrlptlona, new and aecond band; Harneaa, Sheete, Whlpa, Nete, Ac., Ac. A -ONE HUNDRED SECOND HAND CARRIAGES, . comprising four and tlx aeat Phaetone, Ylctoiiaa, Depot Wagona, Bugglea. Dog Carta; telling about half price to ma lr? rnnm HiU'fi Vnnrih itraat and UrnaHivav Assortment op britzkar, victorias, two, four, six seat and Poney Phaetons, Rocks ways, Wagonettes. Buggies, depot and road Wagnni, Harness, Ac. HICKS, 32 Barclay street, Avery fine pony for sale cheap today. GOODWIN, Seventh avenue aud Thirty-seventh it. A ORE AT REDACTION I> PRICES.?CARRIAGES. Velocipede*, Harness. Immeme stock aecond hand and sllshtly lolled Carriages very low. Call and examine before purchasing eliewbere. All styles new Carriages. CALVIN WITTY, tea Broadway. ABAROAIN IN SECOND HAND AND SLIGHTLY oiled Carriage!, 1 Depot Wagon, 4 Buggies, 2 Kim kawayi, 1 Phaeton, large assortment new Carnages and Harness at reduced prices at CALVIN WITTY'S, MS Broadway. Don't fail to read the CATALOGUE ABOVE OF JOHNSTON A VAN TAS3ELL, at their Auction Mart, 112 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue, this day iFriday), at 12 o'clock. It consists of two very fine buy family Teams; alto seven fine road and business single Horses. Full description In catalogue above and In catalogue at the sale. 17IOR PALE?A HANDSOME PHAETON: HAS BEEN ' run but a few times, was made to order for owner. Apply to BROWN A GODWIN, 1,404 Broadway. For SALE-GENTLEMAN'S ROAD MARE, SEVEN years old, sound, kind andean trot In three minutes; old lor want of uso. Address A. C. G., box 121 Herald office. For sale-a stallion four years old, blood bay, 15 hands one Inch high, by Rysdyk's HamHetonlan, dam by American Star. He Is very promising; raised by the present owner, and will be warranted sound and kind. Address box Post office. Ir*OR SALE?A NEARLY NEW 80DA WATER WAHON; ' platform springs, pi>lo and shafts. Inquire at 622 East Seventeenth street. Price if 250. FOK SALE-A LIMIT OPEN CARR1AOE, BUILT BY Lawrence; In good order; will he aula low, the owner Laving no use for It. Apply at Tallwan's stable, corner Thirty-eighth direct and Broadway. t^OR SALE?A SPLENDID DOUBLE TRUCK: VERY L strong and In good working order. Inquire of PAUL WERNER, 227 West r urtj-alith street. For sale a first rate business oiu, made by B. m. Stiver*. Inquire at 286 Weal Thlrty-tirst itreet, east or Eighth avenue, T7h)r sale- a team op cross matched horses, . 1 fiH hands high. 8 yeara old, long talla and manes; can trut In about 2 :16; nave never been trained; owner has owned them three years. Will be sold reasonable. Apply at 223 Bouth street. For bale-a lot of good work horskh, in good order, cbeap. Inquire Id stable 428 West Fourteenth street. Harness, harness, harness, harness. Elegant city made, covered, double, at $76. Klegr.nl oity made, covered, single, at fSO. Plated Hnrne?s for fill. All new and perfect. Also balance of stock of Sheets, Afghans, Neta,Wblps, 4c., at your owu price, to cln<e out summer stock, at JOHNSTON A VAN TASBELL'8, 68 Liberty street, near Naseau. Road waoon mo lbs.; also shiftino top Wagon, both by stivers, for sale cheap at lill Sullivan street. W ,niiw.-.r. nnu UIHSAI-.- THHKK SFIIKTIng top Hiiggloa, three Koad Wagora, one Coach, one Kockaway, one Eipreea, lire aeta of alnglr and three tela of light double Harneae. At 188 Rait Sixteenth atreet. Wantkd-a light exprk&s waooji, in guod order, cheep for caeh. Addrcaa W. II. P. H., boi 4,Jul Now York I'oat office. <3>fi C ?SORREL nORSK; RAY MARK, IftW HANDS, P7!i; roan Mare, tear lOhnndn, <I8?; troiCng Horae. , gftA; akeleton Wagon, 7t pound*, H65. 71H Washington street. In grocery. frinn iiss.?two bay mares, ? tears, right from hard work: elegant eaddle Home, $126; ladlei' Raddle, ?Ji; Team and Truck, *000. Ml Wut TUJrlyflirt atreet, near Eighth arenue. (9.1 O,- WILL BUT LtOHT BUILT BUT STRONG HXJr J <u*> preae Wagon, In good order; Hold for want of uae. Apply at HATTER80!t'S Eipreai Office, 6SK) Klilh aT?Due, Dear Fortieth atreet. <VI/?C WILL BUY A HANDSOME LEATHER TOP V ' round corner Rnggy; aleo one at 9IA0, one at i ? 17ft, one at flOl). Elegant city made piano boi at fUu. with < many other Carriage*, Harneea, 4c., equally dealrahle, at < our uew recoaltory and prlyate aalearooro, (8 Liberty atreet. > JOHNSTON A VAN TAKSELL. dt?l 7C -A SECOND HAND ROCKAWAY FOR SALE 'Pi I cheap. AI?o an Eipreee Wagon, cheap. Apply , at 2R1 Ninth areuue, between Twenty-aitui aud Twenty- " emtb itrtttf, lo tbt flow ?iid 19*4 *tor?, , W YO] NEW YORK, FRIDAY H0H8RH, CARRIAOBB, AC. r_ . _. AO?lC ?BAT HORSE; ROAN, flit; SORREL MAR*. ttlt.all ItU hand*, (Quod tod kind s two Mia Ifchi Hirnau: miut ull b* S&iurdav. IS GfcDItvort ftlrtAl, Hud?o?. " * d"Qnn 'OR * SIX YEAR OLD, II HARDS HIOH ?OUU Horae: eeund and true. Inquire of D. DORITY, Noa. aad Waablngton fnh Market. COPARTNBRSH IPS. re FIRM or SCHMITT. HERPIDH * CO.. COM* poaed of R. Schmilt, J. Herpldb, A. Preuee, 0. Wueethoff, ) hereby dlaaolved by mutual consent The bueioeea of the houee will atill be conducted In the name of Herpldb, Preuee A Wueethoff, 42 Lawrence etreet. JOHN HERPIDH. At'GCfiT PREL'HB. Gl'STAV WUKSTHOFF. NBWittK, N. J., Auguat 16, 166#. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. A RARE CHANCE FOR BU8INES9.-A STORE LEASE, A frith Fliturca, for eale. In the beet block and locution oo Sixth avenue. $3,000 caab required. Addreei W. 0. 0., Herald office. A HANDSOME C1QAR STORE?LOW RE.NT| LONO lrare; doing a good bnalntsa; will be eold cheap, with or ' without stoca | aaliafactury reaioua for aelllng. 88 Bowerjr. An interest for sale in a well established manufacturing bualneaa In thla city. Tcrrae farorable. Oood opportuully. Addrcae H. J. I)., Herald office. A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOR BHTABlikhiucnt; deallocation and trade on Broadway, will be old at a bargain, protlta large; trade tirat clam. VANDYKB A CO., Ull Broadway. A BROADWAY LIQUOR STORE AND BAR, NEAR J\ City Hull; new llcenae from to day. Apply to WALLER, liALL A CO., S5 Cbambera atrect. A FIRST CLASS RF.8TAIRANT, BAR AND LUNCII J\ Counter, with private roome, for aale, dolDg n good buatneei) a prominent corner on Hroadway. SOUTHMAVD a CO., 194 Broadway. A PARTNER WANTED-IN A CASH BUSINESS: ready sales; good commission ; will nut an; one wanting business; $MHi cash capital. 0. B. HOWES, No. 3 Dey itr?ct, room No. 9. A PARTNER WANTED?WITH ABOUT $2,000, TO join a business man down town In a good paying luislm'fH, naving more than WO customers, in a most cash buslApilress 0. B., Herald olllce. A NICELY FITTED UP CANDY, ICE CREAM AND Soda Water Store, doing good profits and In good location. for tale, on account of sickness. Apply at 84>$ Bleecker street. A CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT OR DEVELOPMENT Jx ^11,5110 i$4,000 cash) will buy a Saw Mil); constant water power, engine, teams, everything complete, now running: 8,400 acres chestnut, hard wood and hemlock timber and Too acres timber land; Ulster connly, four miles from railroad. Address 8. MILLS, boi 1,DU4 New York Post office. A FIRM IN THIS CITY WITH AN ESTABLISHED business for goods sold to the grocery trade, about making a change, wish to meet with a party or firm with $10,1100 to $18,0(0, to take the Interest of tna retiring partner. Ad arc?s H. K. thi K1IEK * UO., (Jreenwlch street. or FISCHER, KIRBEV A BROWN, 828 Oreenwioh itreet. A han meaning and wanting business. and having $5,000 cash, can hare a week to "teat and try before buying?' now paying orer $100 and can bo extended to pav 91,000 weakly;In fact there are million* or dollars In it. This Is no milk and water batible or airy eaitle speculation, having been tborpughly tested for three years. ana multitudes stand ready to testify to the above facta. A thorough go ahead man can hare one-third Interest for (5,000. Apply at 11 Clinton place. Eighth street. For sale-thk stock, fixtures and lease of a Boot and Shoe Store, doing a good business. Apply at 49 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. Men who have small or large capital can secure territory of tbe most successful telling article Introduced this year, giving them a desirable business, with sure profits and every way worthy the attention of gentlemen. BISHOP k CO., 618 Broadway. Notice.-any party having from $4,000 to $6,000, and wishing to engage In an established retail business, can find a rare opportunity by addressing U. H. H., Herald olCcc, Broadway. " PARTNER WANTED-WITH A SMALL CAPITAL. TO take charge and management of a first clas* billiard saloon and bar In the best part of tbe city. Apply at 110 Madi- i son street. Rare business chance in morkisania.-flour and Feed buslnes?Horses, wagons, stock and fixtures; five years' lease of atore, dwelling an<l (table; only $1,SIX) for all: a bargain. Apply to Demarest, Third avenue, opposite 18<th Hreet, Mott Haven. The best chance ever offered to a man of amall means to engage In business where a sure fortune can be realized; good stock on hand; terms to suit. 84 Duane street, room No. 1. WANTBD?PARTNER, SPECIAL OR ACTIVE, WITH $11,000 to $'*0,000 capital, In an old established manufacturing business In New York; two partners now in tho firm; the object Is to extend the business; communications strictly oontidenttal, to Post office box 6,822. TXTANTED--A GENTLEMAN OF LEGAL AND EXECUT T tiro ability, or an engineer of first business talcot; party to take position as secretary and treasurer of company aad take >M,000 a $10,000 stock. Salary $800 per month. Aadreaa Secretary, box 3,674 Post office. WANTED-A PARTNER. WITH 95,000. TO TAKE charge of the books and financial part or a safe, profitable business; no risk; easily understood. Inquire at 836 West Thirty-first street. YTTANTED?A YOUNG MAN, WITH SMALL CAPITAL, vv In the fancy goods business; a first rate chance; no fictitious names or agents attended to. Address Roberts, Jersey City Post office. (fcCAn WILL START ANY PERSON IN A SPLENDID C'J"" manufacturing business, secured by patent, from which a fortune can be made In one year. Call aud Investigate at factory 83 Fulton street, room No. 1. fifkfl ENERGETIC MAN WITH *1,000 CAN ipltUUU. make $60 per day. Full particulars at 87 and 89 Nassau street, room 88, from 10 to 8 o'clock. AHA 8ECl'RB A GOOD BU6IMEES vi.UUu chance. Address H. H., Herald office. nnn wanted-in a safe, PLEA8ANT and iJIl.Uuu profitable business; the Investment may be guaranteed And more than ordinary returns insured. Inquire at lti# Broadway, room 18. <s?q nnn -a gentleman, with twenty tears1 wO.VIUl/. business experience, wants a responsible position In a good mercantile or manufacturing business; he can give best city references and furnish if8,00U capital. Principals only (giving full particulars of business) can adI dress Merchant, Post office box 6,048. (fein nnn -wanted, an active business man with the above amount aa partner In the manufacture of paper boxes and straw hoard. BINGHAM k CO., 114 Centre street. LOST AND FOUND. / 1AMK TO MV PREMISES. A MORKR TUP. nvrxm IJ can have blm by paying expenses and proving property. THOMAS 8HKPPARD, flatbush. DOO LOST.?BLACK AND TAN; noUND SHAPE; name Louli; has a mark without hair on front of the bead. Whoever return* same. k(o 443 Weal Twenty thil d street, will be liberally rewarded. Lost-a bank noon of thb flushing savings Bank, No. 1,3f>B. Any one finding the tame will please return H to Mr. Long, 728 East Ninth atreet. Lost -bank book no. 17,u?i on the mechanics' and Trndera' Havings lnatltutloo. The finder will please leave It at the hank, 288 Bowery. IOST-A LARQE BLACK LEATHER POCKETBOOK, J containing paper* valuable only to the owner ; the nnme John Hrlaldn I* atamped on It. Th? finder will be liberally rewarded bv leaving It at the Merchant*' Hotel, Uortlaudt street, New York. LOBT-IN HARLEM, AUOITST 16, IWD, A NOTE OF Hand, consideration $181 87, dated July 1, 1864, payable three monlba after date to the order of the J L. Molt Iron Works at the Harltm Bank. Signed VII. N. Beers. Payment of the not* ha* Deen stopped. OST YESTERDAV-BETWEEN DESBROSSES AND Bleeeker street*, a Pocketbook containing $18 85. A suitable reward will he paid upon Its return to room No. 9 Clipper Building, Ceotrs street. 1~ OST-ON THK~n iiTlN GOING FROM S80 FULTON J street to Barclay street ferry, tnrough Washington street, a gold Guard Chain. The finder will be liberally rewarded on leaving It at 280 Fulton street. I OST IN AN ASTOR fIOI'S E^~CAR, RffNN INGRAFT J Broadway, a *mall package of five Photograph* and cutting* from Merman paper*. If returned to 380 Cast Broadway will be thankfully acknowledged. LOHT^ON'SATURIJA Y^KVF.NI NG LAST, A CIGARETTE Ca*e. The finder will be suitaMy rewarded and receive the thanks of tha owner by leaving It at the advertising desk of the Herald oltlce. Lost-Ion Tuesday, itth, between blbeckf.r and Prince streets, or In Nlblo't, a lady's Black Silk Ovordress, trimmed with sailn. A liberal reward if relumed to 11 Grove street. 10ST~~A POCKF.THOOK, OONTAlNINO A SUM OF J money and papers, belonging to a poor woman. The finder by returning the book and pacers can retain the money. II. OKS IT., 86 Sullivan street. ~ RRWARDS, (tof? RKW#RD.-L09T, IN VARICK STREET, A BLACK iyt.) and Tan Slut. Return to 10 Domlnlck street. <*?-|/\ HKWARn.-LOST. A RMat.t. HI ion <JVLU Slut; wetsht aboul three pound!; itraycd on the afternoon of the 18th from 838 (Want Twenty-third tret; amwari to the name of Dolljr. Any Information will be liberally rewarded at 8W Weil Twenty-third (treet, be .ween J.ijuh and Ninth avenuea. ACft BEWABD.r LOST, BETWEEN BT. NICHOLAS <PtJU Motel and Bay Bide, L. 1., a Pocketbook, containing valuable papen and money, together with a chack to.or.ler or U. W. Cooper. The finder will reoelve the above aeward and tfee thanki of the loeer by remralof the above to the caahler at Harper M Brother!', Fraakltn njuare, Mew York. DBTEOTJVK POLIOEAOENCT, TS BROADWAY (LATE WABRIW, WHIPPLE, TlJBNBB A 00. refer to the aiejramtle oommunfty aa to lucceeitul eaaee, faollltlai, itandloc and ejperlence. Caution.?We hare no brancbei la Mew Y^rk. Detective police aoenot.-robbebs, poroerb and partnei t and employer! euipeeted of dlebonealy: divorcee obtained *?d evidence found. If eilatlng, and all ra?ea reunlrlou the .' rvlcee of a detective promptly attended lo. H. KTOLL, 8i\erlntendenl, 101 Broadway, room 31 RESTAURANTS. l/PICDRKi, ATTEHTIOvMI?OREEM TURTLE HOt'P IJ and Bteaki to day and U, pongw, aerved up In New York Turtle Club itvie, at OOULi vf> bluing Mourn*, ti Himu llrttl. M, >.-rwaUlM luppllf4. RK H: , APGUST 20, 1869. FINANCIAL. , ACOt1IT BELMONT * CO. taeue !*it?rt ?f credit tot lr*?ellere' oi* *0 Mtiiri. ROTHSCHILD, la Part*, Leedon, Frankfort and Vienna, and their oorrt pondetiie in all lb* principal cltlee af Europe. AIM OUw* lelegrapble iranefere on California and Kuropa. AP1R8T OR SECOND MORTOAOB WANTED '.IMME; disirlt -Caeb ready | money promptly adrancad on raal HMW, uuuaiDg 10*0*, Ituet, llOCKl IOQ mncnuucuw ? curltl**. James B. DBVOE, ii Chamber* *tr**t. Gold loan of lb* HocheeUr, N. V. Water Work* Company. Sliper wnt bond*, du* 1889, of $1,000 each. Interest May and Sofembcr, principal and InterMt payabi* Id (Old, at Union Truat Company, New York. W* offer for tale ?(00,000 oi iLla loan at MX, ?nd accrued InteraelId currency. _ The entire property la mortgaged to the Onion Truat Com. pany for the prutectfeo of tbe bondholder*, and tb* bond* ar* tuued by them only upon the -ertlflcat* of John C. TrauU wine, C. B. (appointed by the bondholder*), approytd by tb* Board of Director*, that th* money ba* been actually expended upon tbe tvork*. Pamphlet*, containing the report* of Engineer* W. Mllnor Roberta and J. C. Trautwlne, upon the progrcaa of the workei alio coole* of the act* granting th i* company their charter to lupply Rochester with water, furnlahed udod ariDllcitlon. Unon the moat moderate eatl mate the rental from tbe works, when completed, will ba >110,080 annually, doublt the amount required for Interest upon the bonds. Having personally examined the works we can confident!* recommend this loan to tbe public aa a sa/s and piolitable Investment. utley a dougherty, 11 Wall street. Morton bliss a co., 30 llroad street, Issue Circular Notes and Circular Letters of Credit for travelif is, also Commercial Credits, available in all part* of EurofOFFICE OF T1IE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSIIIP^COMpuuy, Nkw TobK, August 18,1839. FoBTT-FinBT Dividedn.?Notice Is hereby given that tba Board of Directors have Ibis day declared a dividend of three (3) per cent out of the net earnings of the quarter ending July 31, l?69,payable at the company's olTlco Wednesday, September 1. The trnnsfcr books wil be closed Friday, August 20, at 3 P. M., aud reopened Ibursday, September i, 1669, at 10 By order of tbe Board of Directors. THEODORE T. JOHNSON, Secretary. I>IlTMBURO, FORT WAYNE AND CUICAQO RAILWAY Company, Oiric* of Winbi.ow, Lanier & Co.,) Transfer agrnts, > N?w York. August 6,1P69. ) The books for the transfer of the stock of this Company will close on Tuesday, the 10th of August. 1809. at 2 P. M., for the purpose of enabling the persons holding stock at thut time to convert the sane into tbe guaranteed stock to be lasued In exchange therefor. The stock to be Issued In exchange will be entitled to dividends at the rale of seven per cent per annum, payable Quarterly on the Tuesday following the first Monday of January, April, July aud October, In each year, out of the rental reserved under the leuso to the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, and such dividends wttl be parable free of the Income 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 corporal Ion leasing tbe same?the payment of all such taxes being assumed by tbe lessees. One hundred and s?Tentr-one shares will be Issued In exchange for each one hundred shares of the present stock. Persons entitled to reccivc tbe fractional part of a share will receive scrlu not entitled to dividends until aggregated. The fractional part or a share due In exchange being threesevenths of n share on every one hundred shares, will be converted, and the avails Included In the cash dividend to be hereafter made out of the surplus assets of the company when outstanding accounts Shan be settled. Tbe hooks will be opened for the exchange of stocks on Tuesday, tne ?4th day or August, 18*39. By order of the Executive Committee. WINSLOW, LANIER A CO., Transfer Agenta, No. 27 Pine street PACIFIC RAILWAY GOLD LOAN. Messrs. DAKNKY, MOKWAN A CO., 63 Exchange place, and M. K. JBSUP A CO., 12 Pine street. New York, offer for (ale the Bonds of tbe Kansas Pacific Railway. These bonds pay seven per cent, in gold; have thirty years to run; or* fr?? from covnrnmpnt taxation: ar? bach rod bv a land grant of three million acres of lbs finest land! In Kansas and Colorado. In addition to this special grant the company also owns tbree millions of aores In Kansas, which are being rapidly sold to develop the country and improve the road. They are a first mortgage upon the extension of the road from Sheridan, Kansas, to Denver, Colo rado. The road In operation now earns more than enough net Income to pay the Interest on the 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 90, and accruod Interest, In currency. Pamphlets, maps and circulars furnished on application. WM. B. PDTNAM, 60 WALL STREET.?BOND8 AND Blocks bought and sold. Loans negotiated on securities, bond and mortgage, 4c. Becond Mortgages wanted. nnn wanted-on good collateral se?3>?J,UUU curlty, at IB per cent, for one or two years, to extend successful, established, well known monopoly; responsible houao. No partner taken. Principals only, with cash, address Security, Ledger office, Philadelphia. (fcon nnn T0 LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE, fOv.UUU on first class city Real Estate, In suras rroui ?6,OUO to $?0,00U. Kirn and Seoond Mortgages wanted. H1NMAN k SON, 88 Pine street. <&i nnn to-loan-on bond and mort?li'U.UUU gage. In sums to suit, In New York and Brooklyn. Also Second Mortgages bought Apply to R. WETZEL, No. 8 Dey street, room No. 6. $i *nn nnn fpnds.-i am preparbd UUiUUU to lend money upon approved real estate in New York eily and violnltr. Principals only. JAS. L. KEMPER, No. 7 Pine street. LOAN OFFICK8. ~ At WOLP brothers', kb broadwavvpf^stairs, formerly of Brooklyn, monev liberally advanced on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks; more particularly on Pianos. Business strictly confidential. Same bought and sold. At 61*7 broadway, <g> <?> I Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silks, to. The same bought and sold. ? JAMES P. MATTHEWS. Removed May 1 to room No. 7, same flour. At hitman's, 668 Broadway, cobnbb or bond street.?Liberal advances male on Diamonds and Watches, Silverware, Ac., or will par the highest market price for the name. AT J. A. JACKSON'S, NO. 6 AM1TV STREET, NEAR Broadway.?Liberal advances made on Dlamondi, Watches, Jewelry, Dry Goods and personal property of every description. Same bought and sola. AT 67 THIRTEENTH STREET, NEAR WALLACK'S theatre.?I pay the highest price for Diamonds, Watchcs and Jewelry, or advauoe on the same. ISAACS, diamond broker, 67 Thirteenth street. Diamonds, watches, jewelry and silver ware bought and money loaned on them by O. C. ALLEN, 416 Broadway, one door below Canal street. David m. davis, at his jewelry store, 6?7 Broad ray. advances money on Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. Business strictly private, and no loan ofllce signs about the store. qo nassau street, opposite post office.0 O Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise, or the same bought. Business strictly private. Room No. I. 1 Q pr BROADWAY, CORNER DEY bTREKT.-NEWMAN Ii''J LEOPOLD, having facilities, advances at low rates on Diamonds, Watches, Merchandise, Life Policies, Pianos or other securities. Formerly at 68 Nassau street. nnn TO ADVANCE ON DIAMONDS, WATCH. JlyU.UUU es, Jewelry, Silver Ware. Silks, Dry Ooods, Furs; also Pianos and Furniture left on storage. johnson A 189 Bowery. DRY GOODS. Madame f. pinchon, IH Brevoort place. Is closing out the balance of her l'ans summer Walking Costumes and dresses at greatly reduced prices. ~ INSTRUCTION. A RECENT GRADUATE OF YALE COLLEGE wnhM to obtain puiilli or ichool claesea, In New Vork or Brooklyn; the beat rcfrrence given. Addreai Teacbtr, car* of Terry A Munion, liart ford, Conn. A PROFESSOR Of FRENCH AND OF MC8IO (BAND) dealree to mult* a permanent engagement; ha* no preference for an/ particular part of the country ; can furnlah heat reference!. Addreai ?. J. O., 207 Bridge etrtet, Brooklyn, n. y. KXCURSION WITH INSTRUCTION.-A FRENCH gcni cm*n dcalrcs engagomenta with ill boy* for a voyage to and eight montha' reelilcnce In Parla. Terma for voyage. board and Inatruction, fSUft. Addreae A. DUMONT, M Broadway. Hudson river institute andclaverack colleg# ollera m four reara' col leg lute couraa for ladica. Oradualea recolre the Baccolaureate degree. Athreeyeara' aeminarv eouree for ladlea and gentleman. Tbe beat collage preparation for young men. Board an d tuition In the entire couraa $H00 a year. Beopena September 0. Addraaa Ker. ALONZO FLACK, A. M., Clave rack, N. y. gchoolof mines, columbia colleqe, faculty F. A. P. Barnard. S. T. D., LL. D., Prealdent T. Kgleaton,Jr., E. M..Mineralogy and Metallurgy. Francla L. Vinton, E. M., Mlulng Engineering. (\ F. Chandler. Ph. D., Analytical and Applied Chemiatry. John Torrey, M. !>., LL. I)., Botany. Charlei A. Joy, Ph. D., General Chemiatry. IVm. O. Peck, LL. D., Mechanic*. J. II. Van Amrlnge, A. M., Mathematlce. Ogdcn N. Rood, A. M., Phyalca. J. B. Newberry, LL. D., Geology and Paleontology. Three-rear oourae* In?1. Mining Engineering; t. Metallurgy j 8. Otology anil Natural lllitory; 4. Analytical and Applied Chemlitry. Preparatory year for thoa* not oreptred for the regular coureea, Degree* of Engineer of Mine*, Hacbalor and Doctor of Phlloiophy. Rneclal itudenl* received for partial cuureet. Neil irxlon begin* Monday, Ootuber 4. Examination* for admlMlon, September *0. Aid I* eitended to thoaa who are unable to meet the eipenee* of th* oonru. For further Information and for catalogue* apply to 0. P. CHANDLER, Dean of th* Faculty, Eaat Forty-ninth atrtet, New York. WANTED?A FRENCH TEACHER, WHO HAS TIME to Intlruel morning* and arenlng*; alio an Instructor In arltbmdlo; none but thoie who ran imi art the** branoiie* readily Died apply. Addrea* Pupil, itatloa D. WANTED-BY A RPANIHll GENTLEMAN, AN ENOll*h teacher, either Englli<h or American. Apply at It Stor.t atreet, up (Win, between 11 A. M. and IF.ll A r EACH.- ROOK KEEPING, WRITING, ARITHMETIC, Grammar. Hpelllng, day and erening. No racatlan. THOMI'KON'i college, 20 Fourth areaue. Prlrata Inatruolioni Ladl**' Department; Preparittory Court*; Telegraphing ; French and Gtrman. 1 no MONROR BT. A TOI'NG LADY AS RE8IDENT loo goremeM; can leach Fngllili, French and muala, pl?'l? and fancy ntedtework. Call all nut w?e*. ERAL BtnaOPHAN STEAMSHIPS. STBAM TO OUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Every Wednesday, Thur?4*y and Saturday, COLORADO ....Wednesday, AOfUltll PENJiSVLVANIA 8?turd?r, Auguitll Draft* payable In any part of England, Ireland. Scotland, I current rat?a of eicbange. Apply at THOMPSONS Pa? age office, 7> Broadway, comer o? Rector Mr?t. "DEDUCED RATES. J\i London and Hew York (Heamihlp Line. Steamer* fortnightly to London direct from pier No. I North river. Paaaage at SSW, (10 and $30, currency. ATALANTA Aug. IS CORDOVA Sept. tt CELLA .Sept 11 BELLON A Oct. 9 Por paeean to Hamburg. Bremen, Uarre, Parle, Antwerp aid Rotterdam al cheapeet currency rate* apply to ROBERT N. CLARK, M Hroadway. For freight to HOVTLAND A ABPINWaLL M South at. STEAM TO ANTWERP, calling at Bonlhumritoa. INMAN LIKE. CITY OF DUBLIN S?j Umber 1 For freight or paiiage apulf to JOHN 0. DALE, Agent, 18 Broadwty, New rork. THE HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S troo mail aUamihlp HAHMONIA. Captain Meier, earn ing the Catted Slatei mailt, will ?al! on TueiJay, Auguet 24, lfWtf, at 2 P. M., for HAMBl'KO, taking paitencer* for Hamburg, Plymouth and Cherbourg. Flrit cabin, Second Cabin, $73; Steerage, $25, gold. Parable In United 8tate* gold. Tk? sm.PQI* tn aa tl l..r.n.l 111 KUNHARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD 4 BOAS, General Agents, General Passenger Agents, ci Broad street, N. y. No. 6 Barclay (treat, .V. Y. Regular line For I'uer.o Plata. Samana and St. Domingo City. The favorite steamer TYBEE, Captain E. a. Delaney, will leave for the above porta on Saturday, August 21, at 2 o'clock P. M. precisely. from plar No. 4 North river. Fn freight or p nil*, having superior accommodations, apply to SI'OFFORD, TILESTON A CO., iiJ Uroadway. C1UNARD LINE. / TI1E HKiriSl! AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS, BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, <;ALL1N0 AT CORK HARBOR. Scotia...Wednenduy, Aug. f.5 Tripoli Tlinrsday, Sept. 9 Malta Ihursday, Attn.'26 Russia. .Wednesday, Sept. 15 Cuba Wednesday, Sect. 1 Siberia Thursday, Sept. 1# Tarlfa Thursday, Sept. i Java... .Wednesday, Sept. 29 Chlnu Wednesday. Sept. 8 Palmyra..Thursday, Sept. 28 RATES OF PASSAHR. By the Welnes lay stnamsrs, not carrying steerage. First Cahln $130 gold. Second Cabin #*') gold. Fliit Cabin to Puns . $143 gold. By the Thursday steamer*. First Cabin *80 gold. 8leerape $30 currency. Steerage ticket! from Liverpool an l yueenstown and all part? of Europe, at lowest rate?. Through bills of lading given fcr Bo]fan, Olasxow, Harre, Antwerp and other ports on the Continent, and for Mediterranean porta. For freight and cabin passage apply at the Company's office, No. 4 Bowling i ire en. * For steerage passage, at 111 Broadwriy. Trinity Building. CHA8. 0. FRAKCKLYN, Agent. RUGER'S AMERICAN LINE TO EUROPE-FOB Copenhagen and Stettin direct, Gothenburg and Berlin. First c]>u sllewheel passenger steamers, comprising th? OCEAN QUEEN, ARIETj, GUID1NQ STAR, NORTH ICRS LIOIIT, SANTIAGO r>E CUBA, FULTON The favorite steimsnlp FULTON will leave pier 46 North river. Saturday, August 21. Rates of passage To all above places:?First cabin, $1QU seoond cabin, $60; steerage. 926, gold. Applr to RUOER BROS., General Agents. For freight, at 108 Pearl strest; for pa*?age, 42 Broadway. National linf. STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN, From pier No. 47 North river. PENNSYLVANIA, Hall, Saturday, August 21, at 2 P. M. THE QUEEN, Orogan, Saturday, August 26, at 9 A. SIPassage to Liverpool or Queenstowu?Cabin, $1U0 and $751 steerage, $80, currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool or Quesnstowo, $37, ourrenev. Apply at the company's office, 69 Broadway. F. W. J. Hl hST, Manager. The NORTn german lloyd'3 Steamsnlp MAIN, Captain K. V. Otcrendorf, will sill, carrying the United Stttes mall, from ths Bio me a pier, foot of Third street, Hobolccn. On THURSDAY, A ignst 2'\ WW, for BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON, f talcing passengers to LONDON. HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON and BREMEN, a the following rates, payable la gold First cabin ?1J0J Second cabin, 72> Oold Third cabin 26} Steerage from Bremen V*4 , ?"ld To be followed bv the steamsblo NEW YURK, Captali W. Nordenholt. on Saturday, August 28. For freight or k CQ ? ^ ^ OTEAM TO GLASGOW AND LONDONDERRY. O THE ANCHOR LINK, Favorite Clyde built passenger steamers, are Intended to at as follows Cambria...Saturday, Aug. 21 1 Columbia...Falnrday,Sept. 1 Iowa Saturday, Aug. 28 I Europa Satnrd?y, Sept. 1 Britannia...oaluraiiv. wepi. 4 | India Saturday, Sept. a and every Saturday thereafter. From pier 20 North river, at 12 o'clock noon. Rates of passage, payable In currency:? Cabins to Liverpool, Glasgow or Derry, #90 and 4"&. Excursion tickets, good for twelve monlbi, dliid. Steerage to Glasgow or Derry, $60; Intermediate, $35. prepaid certificates from these ports, $37. Passengers booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Rottei dam, Antwerp, 4c., at very low rates. Drafts issued, payable at any bank In Great Britain an Ireland* For further Information apply on the steamers, foot o Dey street, or at the Company's offices. No. 7 Bowling Green Hew York. HENDERSON BROTHERS.. STEAM TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. From New Tork only $20, steerage. NEBRASKA Guard Wednesday, Aug. 21 MANHATTAN Forsrth Wednesday, Sept. I From pier 46 North river. Cabin passage $60. gold. Passage from and to New Tork, Paris, Hamburg, Rotter dam, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, Frauce and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to WILLIAMS k Ql'ION, 2? Broadway. FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEEN8TOWN.?INMAN LINE of Mall Steamers are appointed to sail as follows;? CITY OF BOSTON Saturday, August 81. 1 P. M ETNA (rla Halifax) Tuesday. August84.1 P. M CITY OK I'AKIS Saturday, August l'?, II) A. M CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, September 4, 1 P. M And each succeeding Saturday and alternate Tussday, fron pier <15 North river. nitro np PAfl3*nr Br llie mall steamer sailing every Saturday. Pwvalile la Gold. Payable in Currency. First Cabin $100 Steerage ifHf To London....,,.,..... 10A To London 41 To l'urli 115 To Paris ? Passage My the Tuesday steamer, via Halifax. Plrst Cabin. Steerage. Payable In Uold. Payable In Currency. Liverpool MO Liverpool $30 l'a'ifax *0 I Halifax II 8t. Johns, N. F., by branch St. Johns, N. P., by branch steamer 4ISI st?imer SC Passengers also forwarded to Hayre, Hamburg, Bremen, Ac., st reduced rates. Tickets can he bought here at moderate rates by persons wishing to send for their friends. For further Information apply at the company's oftloe*. JOHN O. DALE, Agent. IS Broadway, New fork. QNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. The Osneral Transatlantic Company's Mall Steamships between New York and Havre, calling at Brest. The splendid vessels of this favorite route for the Continent will ssl! from pier No. 80 North river as follows:? LAFAYETTE, Konssun Saturday. August 21 PERKIRE, Duchesne Saturday, Sept. 4 BT. LAURENT, Lemarle Saturday, Sept. IS VILLE DE PARIS, Surmont Saturday, Oct. 9 Rates of passage, payable In gold (Including wine):? To Brest and Havre?First Cabin, $140; Second Cabin, (78. To Paris (Including railway ticket)?4(146 and $78. These steamers do not carry steerage passengers. American travellers going to or returning from the Continent of Europe by taking the steamers of this line avoid both transit by English railways and the discomforts of crossing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble and expense. GEO. MACKENZIE, Agent, W Broadway. . COASTWISE ?T A.MsIIIPS. PACIFIC MAIL 6TEAMSHIP COMPANY'S THROUGH LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND CHINA. Through ra'es, New York to San Francisco:? First Class. Ste?r?gc. #150 to 4'4*, *"#. according to location of berth. These rates Include berth, board and ali necessaries for the trip. Steamers of the above line leave pier No. 42 North river, foot of Canal street, at 11 o'clock noon, ON IsT, UTII AND J1ST, EACH MONTH. except when those days fall on Sunday, then the day previous. One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult. Medicine and attendance free. Al'OI ST 21?HENRY CHAl'NCEY, Captain Connor, oonnectlng with SACRA MENTO, Captain Hudson. Steamer leaving August 11 connects closely with steamer JAPAN, leaving San Francisco September 4 tor China and Jinin. * JtOflCl TO SHIPPERS?Freight for ?t?amer HEN BY CIIAI'NCEY received until 4 P. M. on Friday, Auguat I0. All uaual faollltlee afforded ahl^pera In collecting Inland churijM. Ike. For freight nr paaaage tlcketa anl all further Information apply at the Company'* ticket office on the wharf, foot of Canal etreet. F. R. BABY, Agent. T,"iOR BERMUDA.?TUB A1 STAMSUIP FAHKF.E, CAPI1 tain Joaepb t>. Sieele, carrying the United Statea malla, will tall for the above port on Thursday, Auguit 20, at 3 o'clock P. M., and ererr third Thureday euooeedlng until further notice, from pier It North river. Has auperior paaeenger and freight accommodation*. Flret Cabin. $R0 , Second Cabin 820 Freight, (Oc. per dry barrel, payable In United Statea gold. For freight or r*e*age apply to J. NORMAN HARVEY, Agent, M New itreet. UNITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA. ATLANTIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Salting regularly every Thiraday, at three o'clock P. M. preclealv, from pier No. 1 North river. EAULK, Captain M. R. Oretne Auriat 2S MISSOURI. Captain ?. W. Palmer .Sept. t COLUMBIA, Captain B. Van Sic* (via Naaaau) ,'sepL 9 Fer freight or paaaage apply to ?. 0. WHEELER, Jb? President, No. ( Bowling Oreen. First steamer. Teiae line of Oalveaton aieamere, _ .. toiichlng m Kay Weal. The A1 atetmer OF.NERAL SEDUWIOK, Captala Ollder dale, I* now receiving freight at pier tl, Eaat rlvrr. and will all Saturday. Auguat II, at 3 P. M , or eooner If fill. No charge for forwarding In New York or Oalveelon. Through bllle of lading given to Houaton on all goodf oonalgned to the HouatonDirect NaTlgatlon Company, Apply to ft. MALLORY A CO., 1S3 Maiden lane. UNITBD STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP Company. The elegant aldewheel ateamahtp SOUTH AMERICA. 1,000 tone burden, Captain K. L. Tlnklepaugh, will aall for St. Thomae, Para, Peruainhuco, Bania and Rio de Janeiro on Monday, Auguat 13, IrAP, at 8 o'clock P. M., from pier 41 North river. For freight or paaaage apply to WM. K. HARRISON. Agent, JU. t Bowline Urcen, New Yolk. | D. PRICE FOUR CENTS. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS. Havana, sisal and vera cruz. N#?r York and Mailcan Mail Steamship Una, sailing rerf twenty days, *' IS M., from plar 17 Cut rlftr. The splendid new steanera CITY or MEXICO, Dealt en Monday, S?p?. C CLEOPATRA, Phillip* .........Saturday, Sept. J3 For freight or paatua applr to TjiOfc NEW ORLEANS DIRECr. r Tbs Cromwell Line. Steamehlp* of this line will leave pier No. 9 North river M 8 o'clock P. M., u fallow* GULF STREAM, McCreary Saturday, August 11 MARIPOSA, Kamble, Saturday, August 28 Freight taken for St. Louie, Mobile and Galveston at through rate*. For paasace, Drat and leeond elan, or freight, apply to H. B. CROMWELL k CO..M Weal .tree*. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.?OLD LINE-LOW freight. The well known flrit claee eldewbeel steamship DE BO TO will leave pier 31 North rlrer, on Saturday, August 31, at three P. M. Freight taken at through rate* for St. Louie, Mobile and Oalreeton. BIENVILLE will follow. For freight or passage, having superior accommodation!, apply to LITlSq8TON, FOX A CO., No. fl Liberty street. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT, MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE, comprising the tirst data steamships GENERAL GRANT Captain H. S. Quick CRESCENT CITY Certain J B. Hlldreth SIIF.RM AN Csulam W. P. Henry GENERAL MEADE Captain A \V Hamrtoa UNITED STATES Cepiam U. L. Norwa The steamship GFNF.RAL MEADE, Captain A. W. 8aiap<r>n, will be despatched on Saturday, Auguat 21, at 3 o'clock P. M.t from pier 12 North river. Freight received at through rates for 81. Louis, MobPaand Galveiton. The CRF.SCENT CITY will succeed Saturday, August 29. For freight or passage, laving superior accommodationf, apply to FREDERIC RAKER, 40 Broadway. FOR CHARLESTON, S. 0. THE FLORIDA FORTS, th# South and Southwi;et?Regular line.? The lupeilor steamship 8ARAOOS8A, Ryder, Commander, will sail Wednesiiav.August 25, at 3 f, U., fiom pier Mo. 8 North rtvor, foot or Ilcctor street. Cabin passage, 42d. Through bill* of lading to all pnlnti South and South wait. Agents In Charleiton iRavenelA Co.) forward all good* tree of commission. ARTHl'R LEARY, Acent, 73 William atreel. The steamship MINNETONKA will aall lit September. FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA PORTS. New York and Charletton Steamihlp Company's flrjt c.aai sldewheel iteamabip MANHATTAN, Captain M. 8. Woodbull. on Saturday, August 21, at 3 P. M., tailing from pier No. S North river. Superior accommodations for passengers. Through pasaage tickets and bills o? lading issued to cib? nectlon with th* South Carolina Railroad to all poiats Souls 1 and Southwest and with steamer* to Florida ports. (loods forwarded free of commission. Bill* of lading furnished and signed on the pl*r. i Insurance br this tine one-half per cent. The CHAMPION will follow, ana ?*ll on Saturday, Aucu&t 28. , HENRY R. MORGAN * CO., Agent*, 96 H road war. THAVEt.LBRy ?U1?K. Albany and troy pay line-chanob or time.?The steamboat* C. VIBBARD and DANIEL DREW will, on and after Thursday. July i leave Desbrossea street at 8 and Thirty-fourth street at 8:15, landing at Yonkera, West Point, Cornwall, Newburg. Poughkeepsie, Tivoll, Rhluebeck, Catskill and Hudson. Tickets sold and baggag* checked on board tb* boats to all poluta on New York Central, Rensselaer and Saratoga railroad*. L'OR BOSTON r th FALL RIVKR DIRECT. The world renowned iteamer* BRISTOL AND PROVIDENCE, Commander Bratton, Commander SIMMONS, will leave i alternate day*) DAILY from pier 30 North river, foot of Chamber* street. at five p. m. DODWORTH'S CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA. URAND PROMKNADK CONCERT EVERY KVENINft This 1* the only line running a I QtfVsil V 0H1I1T BA1V ? otili/al h1uua iiuaia PR0V1PENCE pawnee bT the above ?le*mere wtll . leave Fall River at S:o0 A. M., arrlring at 6:30 A. M. RETTRNING will leave PROVIDENCE at } P. M , making direct connection with the boat, and allowing a good night's i reet on board each way. To belter accommodate the puhlle the apiendld ntearner* NEWPORT AND OLD COLONV, Commander Lewis, Commander MlLLtB, will leave (alternate dav?1 DAILY (Sunday* excepted), I from pier 28 North river ? . AT 6:80 P. M. FOR BOByOJf < FREIGHT received at pier SO up to & P. M.. ? and at pier 38 up to 6:.K> P. M. each evening. 1 JAMES FI8K, Jr.. Preeldcnt, M. R. SIMONS, Managing Director, CUAS. H. VA1LE, General Paaeenger Agent, H. H. MANGAM, Freight Agent, _ Narraganaett 8team?hlp Company. STEAMER MARY POWELL WILL COMMENCE RUM. nlnjt Saturday June 5, 1869, for Cuirent', Weil Point, Cornwall. Ncwburg, New Uamburg, Milton, Poughkeepeia J and Ronaout, leaving pier, foot of Deibroetee street, every afternoon at 8:30. [ rpROT LINE FOR ALBANT AND TROT?THE FASTA e*t, elegant evening river Steamboat* In the world. The - VANDERBILT or CONNECTICUT leave* pier *4 North river, foot of Spring street, every evening (Saturday* exo-ptfl) at 6 o'clock, and foot of Wen Thirty-fourth *tr*ot at6 1 J. are only 91 40, being 61 75 lee* than rail and 76c. cheaper [ than any otli -r route, ami like reduction to Buffalo. Niagara Fall*, all point* Weal, to Saratoga, Sharon. Lake George, all point* on Lake Champlaln, to Montreal, to all point* la Vermont aud weatern Ma**Hrbn*ett*. Tickets aold and *tat* rooms eecured at DODD'S Exprou Office*, 429 and W4 Alio at sbs Writ street, above Spring. PunAgere landed Id Saratoga In time for breakfast EXCUHSION8. A -NEW YORK AND FAR ROCKAWAY.-STEAMER R. L. MABEY, Captain l'hllllpe, leaves South Sixth street, Brooklyn, E. D., 3 o'clock A.M.; Peek allp, 8:15; Pulton I ferry, Brooklyn, 8.30; pier 4, North river, 9; landing at all the notele on the boach eacb way. Returning, leave# Far Rockaway at g :.1i) P. M., arriving at t'.ie city at 8:80. A -A?FOR TUB FISHING BANKS DAILY, 8ATUR. . dayi excepted, ateamer RIP VAN WINKLE, Captain ' Simmona, leavliig Peck slip at 7:50 A. M.; CbrUtopher street, ' N. R., at8:J0 A. M? and pier No. 4 N. R. at I AM.; and on Sunday*, from Eighth street, E. R., at 7 A. M. Bait, llnei, refreshments and mualc on board. | Fare, $1; ladles, 50 cents. A -SUNDAY EXCURSION BOAT FOB COLLEGE . roint, Whltestone, City laland and New Roctielle.? 1 Steamer NKVERSINK leaves Peck slip every Sunday at 9 A, m., rain or shine. Returning leaves New Koehwile at t :3U P. M . landing at Eighth and Thirty seventh streets each war. Ahoy for rockaway and sea side.-the sea steamer H. m. COOL will run to Roekaway on Sunday, August 23, and every Sunday during the seison, leaving VasIrv street, North river, at 8 :4.l A.m. and pier No. 4 at 9 A. M. Returning leaves Rockaway at 4 P. M. OATH AND CONEY ISLAND RAILROAD STEAM J) cars leave every half hour. Horse cart from Hamilton, Wall, South and Fulton ferries connect at (Jreenwood. ("1amp MEETING at SIXO SING, J Regular Sunday morning boat for Newbnrg, landing at Yonkers sml West Point, also at Sing Slug to accommodate those wishing to attend Camp Mneting. The splendid steamer SL'NNYSIDE leaves font of Morris street, Jersey Citv, every Sunday morning at 7 :30; Vestry street, North river, 7:45; Christopher street, 8 o'clock; Thirtyfourth street, 8:30. Fare, 50 cet.ts each way. Pansengera have two hours at Newburg and three hours at West Point. Lands at Jersey City on return trip. /'AMP MEETING HOAT FOR SING 81V<l.-thb \j steamer AMTELOI'E leave* every morning from the foot of Harrison street at 8 o'clock, touching at Thirty-fourth street lit 8^. Returning, leaves Sing Sing ul H o'clock. /CHOLERA BANKS, SATURDAY NIGHT TRIP thb V' (Ins sen steamer YANKEE, Captain Marshall, Saturday night, Augu*t SI, will go rain or thins, and be tubing at day* Iii-lit. Anderson Colwell, pilot, will be on board thil boat, aud on no otner. Codes and chowder served free. Bait, llnf? and rsfreahmeuta on board. Franklin street, 11:30; Christopher street. 12; Eighth (trret, Kaat river, 11:80; Broom* street, 12:4o; Peok (lip, 1 A. M. Fare $Z J AS. A A. SCOTT. Morning line to peekskill-thb steamer ANTELOPE leaves every morning, without etceptlon, from the foot of Harrlion atreet, at B o'clock, landing at Thirty-fourth street at 8 V4; Yonkerv, Hailing*, Dobbs' Kerry, (Tarrytown and Vyack by ferry). Sing Sin*, Uaverilraw, Grassy Point and Verplank*. Tarrytown omitted oa Sundays. piCNIO AND EXCURSION PARTIES CAN ENGAGB .1 choice drove*, Barge*. Steamer*, Ac., at our offlce, a* we control tbe belt grove*, .to. We guarnntee satisfaction. BLOOMER Jk CO.. 343 Front street PRIVATE EXCURSION'TO THB fIBHINO"BANKSSteamer C. B. SMITH. Sunday, Auguat fc'. Tickets if I. The steamer leave* foot of Twenty-eighth atrtet. Kail river, at 8:30 A. M., and Peck illp at 9 A. M., rain or slitne. Flab llnca and all kind* of refreshments on board. Returna to Peck *llp at 6:30 and Twcnly-elgntb atreet, East river, at 1 o'clock. LOUIS FRIKBERTSIIAL8ER. VICTOR ESHBACH. K EiTT LAR SI N DAT MORNING BOAT TOR WEST Point, Cold Spring *nd Newburg? Stopping at Yonksra each war. N. 3.?During Camp Meeting at Klrw Sing, each way, the favorite steamboat SLEEPY HOLL<)W, t.aptnin J. Sherman, leave* Fulton ferry, Brooklvn, 8 A. M.; Chrlstopher atreet, Norlli river, 8:<n; Thirty-fourth street, North river, B o'clock; aUowlug two hours at Nawburg. Far* (0 cents each way. Regular morning boat for si no sing thb steamer Antelope leaves svsry morning, without etceptlon, from ths foot of Harrison street, at 8 o'clock, landing at Thirty-fourth street at 8 :li. rintiHIR THOMAS It. IIITf.SK T.PAVtu rnnt rTw iVln latopher atreet dally, Sundays Included, at 10, t. &k and Ik. or Pleaaant Valley and Fort Lee, landing at Thirtyfourth afreet each way. Mow to gat tb? boat?Take Or and atreet car* to Thirty-fourth Itreat and Bleeckar (treat oara la Chrlatophar itraet. Mualc on board. SUNDAY IN 8ARATQQA. "" " .. 9L*"!nV. JANDBBBILT laarfi every Friday aremnj, and ST. JOHN Saturdays, returning br iMetal train, Beneaalaer and Saratoga Railroad, %nd Vanderollt Sunday evening, arrlv ng early Mondar morning. Bieumlon tlckeU at reduced rataa by Vandartillt at ?0? W?I atraet. TfIr?'??yj SPLBNOIO AND VKKT PAST STEAMKB BlINNYSIDB la offered for charter to aocletlei, eeleel partial and Sunday achoola, aa the moat dealrable boat la ,'w X?J.k for eicuralona. Atiply to J. C. OIBB8, on board, Eier_f* North river, foot of Houston street, or to CBOCKBB, WOOD k CO., M South atreet. THK STEAMBOAT M M. COOL fOB CHABTEB.?8HB baa lalnon accommodations for 800. Aiiilraaaor apply to P. HAMMOND, No. ? Morria itraet, Jaraey City. YONKKR8 EERRY.-8TEAMROAT ELORENCK, CAPT Belknap, leave* Vettrr atreet, pier r.s? North river, at 11 A M. and Itf P. M. i ftuadays leave al 10 A. M. and I.14 P. N, Freight taken dailr.