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W11ULE JNU. IZ,U0*.
J^BIWOItAL
i*T INFORMATION CONCERNING DR ALFONSO
J\ Btrlto, who left Cub^. In liar, 1M8, will b* ihankfully
,-?o*1yh1 by bli nlm, l)r,,or?? Paronl. Addre** ?' ?
rofrHrwl, Brooklyn.
i A DDREKS WANTliD?OF A BOY, ElOHT YEARS OF
J1 am, who ('apl&lii Thorn** And*r*on, of thin city, adopted
at. WW the part> who took him kindly anewer through
Fer*0am? of Hefld t
A-?W WItiL BB PAID FOR RI1W LOST. NO AT.
lection will be paid to any further communication* on
M* aabjaot If thi* it not accepted. R. D. HATCH.
DSAK DOLLY.?YOUR LETTER HAS MADE MR
?utt? nappy. I will be all you aik m*. If for month* I
neither write nor apeak to yon, know, deareet, that I am
aclnated by the same pure, noble motive* a* yourielf and
thai I can nerer change.
rR ADOPTION?BY ANY LADY, A MOST BEAIJTIful
female Infant Apply to Dr. Kvaria, 1M Chatham at.
GiEO. P. KNAPP, FORMERLY IN TI1B EMPLOY OF,
I will communicate hie addreaa to CURTIS A WAKD, 43
South itreet.
ftEOROE ST. CLARE-HAVE YOU FOROOTTEN
I VI your Utile friend f if not tend addreie.
ONE OF THE CLUB.
TT S. B.-1 AM IN THE CITY.
XI. TRUE FRIEND.
INFORMATION RANTED?OP E. A. WEST, INSANE,
1 who eat-aped, Auguat 30, from lil* attendant and home al
Berne Li Point, New Jerew. He wore a brown felt hat, white
lineu coat aud dark pantaloon*; about Or* feet eight inohee
high, blue ej??, bald, aged about 70 year*.
E. W. WEST. <8 Wall itreet, New York.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF DANIEL O'SULLIYAN.
A If thi* meet* hi* eye, or that of any acquaintance, plea**
Writ* to hi* iliter, Catharine O'Sulllran, 90 Catharine itreet,
New York. Maine paper* plea** copy.
IP THE LADY IN BLACE SILK DRESS, WHO RIND
iy noticed a gentleman in South William ttreet on Friday,
August Wi wuines to mate ni? au<iuainiauc? ?u? win im???c
address Bpectaoles, Herald office.
JOHNM1B-WHERE ARB YOU? WRITE AT ONCB TO
P.O. It will be >11 right.
METHLIOK.-JULY 13, 1869.-1 HATB BBBN 8ER1ously
111; getting batter, but tery weak; com* If vou
possibly e?o Immediately, for jou are mora needed than
you ean think. M.
JjfRS. ELIZA OWENB (MAIDEN NAME QUEEN),
'1 lata of 93 WjrckofT street, Brooklyn.?Letters at Brook
d Post office from your alatar. In Sydney, Australia.
VfIPS RORA MAT HAS JUST RETURNED FROM
Jvl Havana, Cuba, and would Ilka to aaa bar cousin, F. T.
U., at 148 Waat Twenty sixth atreat.
VfARY CIARRETTY, PLEASE WRlTfe A "tlNEfc
JXL toTbomas MoCappIn, Rutherfurd Park Post office.
IBB 0. M. D.?SEND (JORREOT A6DRES9 T6 OfeWtleman
who sat next tou at Nlblo's Wednesday night
Address Livingstone, Herald offlca.
VfOTICB?HEIRS WANTED.?IP w1lliAM tTAltf, ^
native of Aberdeenshire, In Scotland, who left Scotland
boat tb* year 1889, was supposed to have settled in the Stale
f Illinois, and who was last beard of at Pittsburg, Pa., or,
hould he be dead, if hie heirs would communicate with
Messrs. Yeats A Flockhort, advocates, 8? King street, Aberdeen,
Scotland, tbey might hear something to ibelr advantage.
VTBLLV -NOTE ftEOJIVBl); (UNNSt TO-MOtROW,
1> but Sunday, at same place, same bour; drop note 11 not
possible in lamppost
P f.-"S?PURNED FROM LONG BRANCH JfflTBR
j.i/ aaj. vaii on your oici rri?na ?i iai r.a?i Tniriwnin
ftirttt. MAUD HARDING.
Received tour letter tfocf~Lltfc~ to me?t
you. Will be at Fulton ferry 8 o'clock Saturday ^
true toDNo Lady dressed in fctirf liken, wfio
X w?nt to Rockaway on Monday and promised to mwt
gentleman on Tuesday, at eleven o'clock, corner of Broadway
ami Morris sweat, can find what she than lost by addressing
M. M., Herald office.
#THi OENTLEMAJJ WHO FAILED f5 kEftf THE XTi.
aolntment on Wednesday evening will meat same party
to Monday nest, at 7)i, same place. M. D. SMITH.
wTavemL, formerly of tbe iTRffy. will
please send his address to B. L. Vlele, IK Broadway,
r to General I Quails, United States Quarteripastrr.
in?jD STREET BTAOE7 THCR8DA* AFTERtfOOlf.
jCiO Lady bowed to the gentleman going up. If agreeable
plaaee address box 1,119 New York Post office.
^ IAI- NOTICES.
A_? ? ?
? THE
COLL1NB
METAL
WATCH
and JEWELRY
factory. These superior
bunting Lever
Watches only SIB and
410 each. Equal In ap
yearanea and for time to
cold ones costing flfiO and
flMM). Jewelry and Chains of
the same metal. Every watch
warranted. C. E. COLLINS A CO.,
186 Broadway, corner of Worth, up
lairs.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS, SHOES,
jfi. fmka and Valises at the Oreat Family Shoe Emporium,
NO Bowery, corner of Bond street, selling 20 per aent
Mhm Broadway prices. W. D. BIOELOW,
ROBERT IBWIN.
A -OFFICIAL DRAWING!*,
. Missouri and Kentucky State Lotteries.
maaocBi?ixrm* clabb 617, aiwust30. 11*
U, 68, 88, 76, 18, 88, 88, M, 18, 77, ?, 1%
SIStOClI-CLASS 818, AD or ST IK), 18W.
70, 68, 48, 17, 87. 71, 81, 9, IB, ?.'*,?
1KTDCKT?IITXA OI. ASS 498, AUOTBT 80, 18W.
44, 13, 43, 86, 84, 88, 8, 81, 68, M, 86, 68.
B1HTCOKY?CLASS 494, AlIUUST 80, 1888.
#T, ?K 78, W. <?, 45, 27, 8, W, BO, II, IT.
Information furnlabed Id tba above and alto Royal Havana
UUeiiea. J. CLIjTE, Broker,
No. 200 Broadway
and 166 Fulton (tract.
l?OR BALE CHEAP-?.nOO POUNDS CONDENSED
J1 Fret, eultahle for kid and morocco mumifarlnrer*, conWetloner*
and other*. THOMAS JOYCE,
M South itreet, Now Tork.
CI RAND HOP AT HEATH HOUSE,
t Bchooley'* Mountain Spring*, V. J.,
Saturday evening, Augutl 31.
YACHTS* WTEAMliOATH, ?cr.
II*OB BALK?THE CELEBRATED Ri'HOONKR YACI1T
en rialta, IIP ton* brilen, old raeaeurement, winner of the
gieat o?ran jacht race to Cowna, England, hi 1WC, (In wbleb
aha made the eitraordlnary run af WO rallee In S4 honra), and
aeveraJ other ocean racet. The Henrietta baa been on a crutte
u the Waal Indict, but hag returned to New Tork. While
b bet voyage from Key Weat to Cbarlciton aba made
nit of 160 rallea during rough weather, ahowlng that
aba baa loat tone of her tpaad. The Henrietta bat a aommo
k>?* laloon, haadiomely fitted up, with a large itaterootb oo
Mi* itarboard (Me, thr*e othi'r *ta eroount and two atate
room* forward for ofllcera. The cabin furniture, kitchen
Manilla, Ac., art In complete order, aud the rmel will b# put
MireajiueM logo to na Initnoilately. Tba Henrietta will
compart favorably, for apeed and eeagoiog qualitleii,
%1lfc any yacht In tbla country or England. For partlculare
aodiert J. ANDBHSON Herald oBlce, Mew York.
FOR PAl.B OHRAP?THE SLOOP THREE A1STRRS,
of about 15 tone, ivlnx at pier No. (I North river; prloe
(W. Apply at 93 Broad ?!r?int, New York.
RARB CHANCB.-A LIMHT 17 FOOT WORKINU BOAT
for eale; weight Ml pouudt; entirely new; will be (old
cbcap, oara included. Inquire at THOMAS STACK'S ahlp
jard, office corner of Washington and Oak itreeta, Oreenpolnt,
t^TRAM YACHT FOR BALK. A FINE MODELLED
Ik? eteam yacht, 60 feet long, U ji feet beam, iC Irch ?"uai-?
j?oTfTi T*t*t n > m. i .miiiDfl order, for eale
neap, Pbe it vtry economical lii the Item or fuel, AdUrett
Dolphin, Mtw York Herald oOl^e.
YACnT toil BALK LOW-ABOUT li TONS, IN FIRST
rait order and lilted up in Bret claaa atylt. Apply to W.
' T. CO ALE. 70 Mtrcer etrtat.
WANTED TO WTKCHACT.
epo FLORISTS WE WANT TO PURCHASE COT
1 Flowera and Boqueta for a large retail houe* In tba city
(or the coming teaaon, commencing Inimt'i lately. Florida
slaaea addrtta box KM Herald office for three daya, giving
term*. addrtw, k.
TirAMTED-PlTR HUNDRED SECOND HAND RETT
fined Petroleum Banrelt, from the tountry. In lott of
twenty or mora. Addrtta, Mating price and freight to Ntw
Tork, W. 1RVINO CLARK, bo? B7o New YorkPott
WANTED?A SECOND HAND CALORIC OR STEAM
^ ^ Engine, four to ill hone. Addreea box 40 Cbappaqua,
nay ivTi-n * nnnn svpnHn limn vinbv mo new
. W" iiowi'r portable mirlno and hollar. A<Mr?U F. W, <).,
torn 71 Hwaonj'* Hotel.
DRYfiOOM.
FA LI; IMPORTATIONS.
A. T. HTBWART A 00.
ar? rioolvlng
ky m"U and ?ftj aUanotr ?r?rj witty of
FroMb, wrnu and Brlttib
Dim* (Joodi, Tit.
Froneh ltd Fngtlah Mtrloot*,
Kmpr*** Cloth*,
Wool **d Silk KplagUn**, Ilk and Woo) Poplina
l)t?p <t? Lmomhonri,
forgo Inporltl, TamlM and Parlilan Cloth*,
flombailnc*.
t diagonal Cloak Inn, Tonalim F.comoIi,
1-4 Prrtifh anil Engllah Print*
of ail tho bait make*.
AI?o
a largo lino of
Amarloan Plaid Poplin*,
f Ik* *fl?t>ral?d manufactor* of th*
Washington Mill*.
For *a'o by the plooo or packago,
at popular price*.
Broadway, chamber* and Read* atrooia.
wuinSY^ _ 3
11F.AUTY TO THB LAniBS.-THOflB DRW BTYLRft OF
tzsS ssut
_E JNE
tiPORTmu? nocm, Bin dm. *c.
All kim>b or fanc? dogs ald bikuh fob
1* Medletnea for all dlacMCi. Prepared Food for
mi eking birds, at B. DOVKY'R, no 8 Gre?ne itrt?t, corner
of Canal.
It. B.?Ladiee attended bj Mr*. Dover
I^NOLISH BPARROWB, ALL SORTS OF BIRD*, AND
l j the but of Mocking Blrda.
F. MOR1B, it Chatham ?treet_
UOR HALK-A FINE YOIWQ BETTER DOO, FROM
r Imported stock ; 15 montba old. well houae trained,
fetchea, points, Ac.; had erer 2(10 woodcock killed over htm
tkla summer. Addreaa Sport, boa lull Herald oilier.
HOKPBM, cahkia<;kh, &c.
T HIRVVR a UAWI IN'U 1'TTV tl TTION MART
TV Major 0. W. BARKER. Aiu'tloMer. -Createsl sale of
(rolling, road and woik Horsee, Coupe*, Extension ami Park
Phaetons, Depot anil Espimis Wtjoiu, Kockaways, top anil
no lop Buggies, Harnw. Blankets. She*In. Whips, Halters,
Surcingles, Saddles, Bridles, Ac., #< ., ever offered in thin elly.
Catologue ol iali this day, at 13 o'clock.
Bay Patchen fielding, IB hands, I) years old; warranted
ound, kind and true; a very Ilue, styllth aud pleasant driver ;
un trot In three mluiilea; wus raised In New Jersey; sold
only for want of use; together Willi side-spring road Wagon,
Harness. Ac.
Uray trotting Horie, IH4 bands, 0 years old; sound and
kind; can trot In 2:4ft; verv sale and reliable for any one to
ride or drive; a very stylist animal. Bav Home, li'i hands,
8 years old: warranted sound and kind in all harness; can
beat three minutes or no sals; this horse le a very elegant and
stylish traveller. Alio no lop Koad Wagon, mads by Brewster
A To.; Humes*, Ac. ., .
Bay Horse, 6 years old, IB hands, w?.rra?<e?l sound, kind
and true: free and easy driver, stands without tying; a perfect
family or coupe horse.
Dark bay If are. 16M hands, 6 years old, warranted sound,
xcept a little sore forward, warranted kind In all harness,
of great endurance as a roadster.
Brown Horse, M-'i hands, 7 years old, warranted sound
and kind, of great euduranre, and warranted to trot a utile
this day In 1'io, and ioeonuilion ran trot id 11:10, together
with Dusenbury Wagon. Harness, Ac.; sold on account of
owoer going lo California; also Ave other work and road
Horse*. Full description at sale.
Hales never postponed on account of weather.
1,?7 Broadway, corner Thlrly-clntl) street.
AT JOHNSTON A VAN TAHBELL'S
Auction Mart, 111 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth
avenue, on Tuesday, August 84, at 12 o'clock.
If not sold previous at private sale,
the white Stallion Rock, sired by a wild horse of the Rocky
Mountains and dam by a thoroughbred English mare. He Is
llii bands high, 8 years old, kind la all harness, racks and
paoes under saddle; frea from vice; paces In three minutes
and warranted sound, kind and true; fa one of the finest stallions
In the country for style, action and beauty, not to he
surpassed; is now on exhibition at the above mart unt II time
of sale.
A -JAMES JENKINS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL,
. this day, at 11 o'clock, at 1,899 and 1.401 Broadway,
near Forlv-firsi street, 1 team of flag tail bay Horses, kind In
ingle and double harness, free and stylish drivers, together
with sis seat Ronkafciy asd H?rMM: 1 |rav Vermont
Pony, fit for lady or children to drive; 1 hay llorse, lftM
hands, with Harness and Baker's Wagon; I brown Mare, 1
bay Hambletonlan Colt, 6 years old, trots in % :WI; also I
Express Wagons, 4 platform spring Wagons, 6 Pony Phaetons,
ft top Wagons, 60 different kinds open Wapone; Harness
of all grades; Lap Robee, Blankets, Sheets, Nets, Whips, Ac.
Bale positive.
A FEW SUPERIOR TOUNO HOR8E8, JUST FROM
the West, suitable for cart, express or truck; to be sold
at^a sacrifice. HENRY W1 LEV, 19 Vestry street.
A T WILLIAM H, ORAY'S EMPIRE CARRIAGE RE
A posltory, 80, 23, 24 an J 28 Wcoster ilr?et, can b* round
l?r?p assortment or Coach**, Clarence*. Rock away*. Coupe
Kockaway# i alio ili-aeat eilenslon top Barouche and a vary
fine Coupe, one second band Dog Tart, top and open Pony
rbaetons; also 100 Watoni of all description*, new and
second band; Harnett, Sheet*, Whip*, Nets, Ac., Ac.
A -ONE HUNDRED SECOND RAND CARRIAGES,
comprising four and (li (eat Phaeton*, Victoria*, Depot
Wagon*, Buggies, DogCart*; lelllng about half price to
make room. HAM'S, Fourth gtreet and Broadway.
Assortment or bbitzkas, victorias, two,
four, *ii **at nuil Pouey Phaeton*, Rockawav*, W eg
ocettes, Buggita, depot and road Wagons, Harneu, Ac.
HICKS, 88 Barclay street,
A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.?CARRIAQEfi.
Velocipede*, Harness. Immense dock seoond hand and
liehtly *ollM Carriage* very low. Call and examine before
purchasing elsewhere. AU Style* new Carriage*.
CALVIN WITTY, ft8 Broadway.
A BARGAIN IN SECOND HAND AND SLIGHTLY
oiled Carriage*, 1 Depot Wagon, 4 Buggies, 8 Rockaways,
1 Phaeton, farce assortment new Carnage* and Harries*
at reduced price* at CALVIN WITTY'S, C88 Broadway.
AMOUT ELEGANT SPAN OP BLACK COACH
Hone* for sale; young, fast, sound and kind; guaranteed;
together with a Park Phaeton. Harness, Ac. t all Ar*t
elass. Can be seen at private stable 1(17 East Sixteenth st
A SINGLE AND LIGHT DOUBLE HARNESS FOR
sale. black mounting; also % Pole, heavy silver mounting*;
all In compute order. Inquire at 48 Pin* street, room
j No. W, _____________
BBUCE'8 SALE AND BOARDING STABLES, NOS. 818
and 316 West Forty-first stmt, near Seventh avenue._
Beveral pair* of fin* coach and fast road Morses on hand;
also saddle Horse*. Call aM see them. A few first class
boarder* will M taken.
/"1ARR1AOE8.-FO* SALE, A LARGE LOT OF 8BO\_i
end hand CarrlMM Iftd (lightly damaced by fire; alto
Business wagsp*, ielltn? nff cheap. 184 Fallen avenue ana
No._^N*vla? struct, Brooklyn.
rR SALE?A flvE TBAB OLD FRENCH HORSE,
with Truck, ?srf Harness at a bargain, as the bwner has
an imm for Ham. wLI Waal Fnrtr-fourth aired
TTIOK 8AL?rA LIGHT OPBN CARRIAGE, BUILT >T I
l*,_._L?wrenc?; In (0*4 order; will be (old low, tbe owner
1hTrtr*5bth?r^t Mil ?OT??
For bale-a bflendid double truck: very
strong mud In good working order. Inquire of PAUL
WERNER, *27 Wert Forty -ilxth street.
TT'OR BALK?A HANPiOMB BUSINESS OIO, PLATf
form springs, almost new, made by R. M. Stteere. Can
be eeen at ST.6 West Thirty-first street, ml of Eighth avenue.
?0R BALE?A VERY NIC* PONT, RISING SIX
year*, 14 band* high; rery gentle and a good roadeter;
buyer will set any trial of her. (Jail at 141 Washington
Kreet. corner Cedar.
For bale-gentlewan'b road m^rb, black, 7
yeareold, 15 handi; sound. kind; can trot Id three
minute* or leu; aold for want of nee. Address A. C. G.,
box U1 Herald odlce.
fcXIR BALE-AN ELEGANT PAIR OP DARK BAY CARP
rlage Horses, 16 bands blgb, 8 yoars old. Inquire at 13
and 17 East Tenth itreel.
Ti^OR HAUL HANDSOME BAY MARF, 15'^ HAN f>K
r high, young, sound, kind and gentle; easy rider; a
lady's horie, for carriage or uddle.
J. O. BROWHu, 132 Cumberland street, Brooklyn.
t-^OR BALE CHEAP A FINE 1IOR.-E, FOR CITV OR
J country ilia. A pi>'.y at 447 West rwenty-slith street.
Governmentooops. -harness,saddles, tents,
Wagon and HorsaCoTer*. Military Clothing, Blankete,
Ac. Rend for circular. PITKIN A CO., No. I Park place.
One bay horse. bix YEAR8 old, sound and
kind. In all harness; a)eo Grocer's W agon and Harnese,
in complete order. Inquire at Waehlngton Btablcs, Tweiityslitb
street and Bluth aveuue.
UTABI'E WARTMI-1U Rr.nr, is* run nt-mnuuit1
|0 hood ef Fifth avenue, Mow Fourteenth atreet; Arc or
nil with good carriage room. Addreaa box
t*')M u!u>'ft
TWO wagons?MUKT rh solix-a rockaway and
hlftlog top Huggy, aultable for doctor or collector; price
$60 and ClJI! ;ln ninn/rijrorder.
W. T. NcGKH, 234 Kaat Twenty-fourth atreet.
WJ ANTED A HORSE, RAY, OKAY OH SORREL, 1?
It tmudR high, that cti r, dhow 3 :M lo the pole; Ma gutcd,
ea*y iliapoeitlon; no pullfr Addrtae, with rartlculara and
price, V?. J. CONNBLL, bo? ? >?! l'oft office.
' AV'ANTIiD-A HOOD HORSE, SOUND AND TRUE,
v? fn-id ?pirR( Rood itrle, a< ont 16 ban<le, 6 lo 8yeara,
aultalilo for heavy ami 1 iulit eiprcaa. Addreaa, with full partirn
io?, r.Uinls A KICE, sftki Water eteet, New York.
Wanted a good tvb.voct, in exchangr tor
Brooklyn llouae, with ?ui nil Incumbrance; only a little
cash rtqnirao. J. O. IIOTT, 171 Broad wry.
lVTA.Tren-A KTABLE SUITABLE FOR SIX 1IORSER;
TT muat be between Fourth and Alith avenuee, and Tweo
f^'l Thirtieth atieete. Adtlrau bote 171 Herald office
WAGONS roj? BALF.-on* LIGHT EXPRESS WA
<jon:one light poSiu^JJ r*C"P: *1"1 top; ore two
Mat Depot Wagofc, wllh nt.filing (up* ofte two wheel Colleftora
Wagon, afSM Spring atreet, cuvuorof Clarke.
<t k -A LAKOE, BTRONO WORK UOHME, WORTH
?POU. $116. Mnat be ?old to-d?v. 40 Wooitar a treat.
AT 7 C -A SECOND HAND ROCKAWAY FOR 8ALK
cheap. Alan an Kipreea Wagon, cheap. Apple
at 3K2 Ninth? avenue, between Twenty-alxlh and Twenty,
aeventh atraata, In the tour and lead atore.
*onn vor a six tear old, it hands hiuh
?pOUU Hotae; aound and true. Inoulra of D. DOR1TY.
No*, 8 and Washington Flak Market.
KUROPK.
C1UPRLAIN, 16 RUE DE LA PAIX, PARIS.
r Ambroilal Cream for Shaving.
Faahlonahle Perfnmea (or the Handkerchief.
Kan I.nMralf for the Hair.
Eau <ia Cologne t (reparation apeeiale).
LOAN OWICllT T
At 77 biikecker STREET, UPSTAIR*, near broadway,
money llhrrally advanced ondlamnnda, walnhaa,
jawrlry, tC-, or IB? ??? bought. rawnhrnkira' tlckata
boiifht.
Ar 3. A. jaomows, no. 6 AMITY HTRKKT, NEAR
Bri>a<lway?Llbaral aH?anc?a made on Diamond*,
Wairhr*, Jawalry, Dry (looda and paraonal proparty of erary
daicrlptlon. Pama bought ami told.
At m7 broadway,
4> ??
| Llbaral adranraa mada on Dlamonda,
I Watakaa, J*wall?, Rllka, Ac. Tha aama
I bought and a?td.
* JAMER P ^iATTUKWi.
RainoTau May I f> room No. <, aame Boor.
At wolf brother*, us Broadway, rp ftairs,
formartt of Brooklyn, moner llbarnlly adranoad 011
Dlamonda, watrbaa, Jewelry, Pllka, morn particularly an
rianoa. Bu?lna?a atrlctly confidential. Kama bought and
old. _
on namiau btrf.p,t, opposite post office?
0?J Mhtral advance* made on Dlamonda, Watrh**, Jewelry
Mid all hind* of Merchant lee, or the aama bought Burlaw*
itrkUy private. Room No. 1.
1 or: " MM'J'WAT, CORNRR dky bTRFBT.- NPWMAN
It/t) LkOI'OLD, having farllittea, advanoaa at low r?l?a
an dlm>ond?, Watrbaa, Man-hamllaa, Mfe Pollclea, Piano*
j , rn otbm Mwrltiw. F?r?arl? *1M Haaaau ftmv
W TO
NEW YORK, SATURD-/
BtSSrNK** OPPORTIJNITTEH.
A HANDSOME CIGAR 8TORE?LOW BENT , LONO
!**??, doing a good builnoa; will b* told chop, with
or without stock; tatlilactory rwioni for telling. 8"
Bow try.
A PARTNER WANTED WITH tl.600 CASH, TO
tak? ti?.f Intelsat In a lea and grocery bvxlncsa, in a
first class looatlou; the cash to go into the buslnsss and the
party to take charge of lb* business. Address JauiM, Herald
odic*.
A -SAMPLE ROOM AND CIOAR STAND IN THE
beat part of Broadway, elegit ntly titled, everything
new ; lone lease, luw rent; Stock, Lease, Klxturea an J Furniture
this Jar for 91.400.
ALEX HUMPHREY, No. 6 Clinton place, Broadway.
/"lAPITAL. WANTED, A SMART. ACTIVE YOUNG OR
\J middle aged man, who baa $50,000 or more, to take the
tressurysliln of a large manufacturing concern that will commence
at ouce In New York or Brooklyn, that will pay bandcome
profits; a smart young man, with good babiU and business
qualifications, or auy gentleman who haa a ton whom
he daslrea to enter into active business, will bod thie a ijood
Opportunity i a good lalary will be paid, all communication!
confidential. Address box 1,330 Poet ortiit, New York.
/M)OD OIIANCE FOR BUSINESS. ?FOR KALE IN BAlr
\T tlmore. Mil,, a Wholesale and Ruta'l Tea aud Coffee
Warehouse now doing a good paying business. (Teas and
coffee exclusively). Can be made ibe neat grocery eatabliehinenl
in the city. Eighteen room* in houae. ranting for $JM)0
per annum. Rent of wnrehbuae, $400 per annum. Stock low
and will aaleeted. Reasons for del line, the proprietor ia
about to engage iu the wholeaale tea trade 'in tbla cily. AddrecH
Business, Went Pratt street, Baltimore, Md.v or call
at Maubaitan Mills, TV Warren alreet, New York, from * to 10
o'olock A. M.
Men who have small or lakoe capital can
aeciire territory ot the moat inccesaful selling article
introdnccil tuia rear, giving them a desirable business, with
aura protll* and eve it way worthy tho attention of gentlemen.
BISHOP A CO., <12 Broadway.
PARTNER WANTKD-WHO CAN COMMAND $3,000.
to uicreaae atovk for the fall trade; bualnesa retail
boots and ahoea; or will hire the same for three faontba and
ervice to act as cashier; will pay for both $60 per week,
glviuir ?2 ,500 worth of bootfi and ahoea aa security until paid.
Apply In peraon at Magic Comb Office, 818 Broadway.
WANTED?PARTNER, SPECIAL OR ACTIVE, WITH
$16,000 to $*0,000 capital, in an old eelabllabed manufacturing
business In New York; two partners now in the
firm; the object Is to extend the bualur s; communications
atrictly confidential, to Post oflice box 6,833.
WANTED-A PARTNER IN AN ESTABLISHED RKtail
jewelry bualnesa with a caab capital of $4,00o to
#7.000. For particulars address L. C. IX, Herald offlee.
d*l AflA -AN ENERGETIC MAN WITH $1,000 CAN
?T1. V V V. make $50 per day. Full particular* at 87
and 39 Nnssau street, room 16, from 10 to 3 o'clock.
<A1A AAA -THE ADVERTISER DESIRES TO IN?lv.UUv,
?est, by purchase or partnerahip, from
$5,000 to 110,000 In aotne good, aolid mercantile or manufacturine
business. Address Inmihtrv. hoi lMt Herald tiNlee.
BISHOP SNOW WILL PREACH IN THE UNIVERSITY,
Washington S(|u?re,on Sunday at 8 P.M. Heat* free.
SubJcct-Character and Work of Christ.
/1HUROH OF THE REFORMATION (PROTESTANT
V Episcopal), Fiftieth street, between Second and Third
are^uci-liuuri ot soivlues lo-niorrow, 10,V A. M. and 73*
Forty second street presbytcrian church,
north tide, weat of Broadway.?By Divine permission,
service* Sunday, at 10*4 A. M., by the pastor, Rev. W. A.
Scott, P. D., aud at 7}j P. M. by Rev. M. De Vaux, of South
Carolina.
\fETHODIST GROVE MEETING. -BOULEVARD PARK,
ill rear Broadway, South Brooklyn. Oales, Buahwtck,
Myrtle and DeKalb avenuo cart land near the grove. Good
boarding and refreshments on the ground. Preaching Saturday
10'< A. M., 8 and 1\ P. M. Sabbath preaching 10H A. M.,
by Rev. W. C. Clark; at 8 P. M. by R?v. 8. A. Baker, D. L>.;
at 4 o'clock P. M. a sermon br Rev. T. T. Kendrick, of New
York city; alio preaching at 1% P. M. All art Invited.
ST. LUKE'S M. E. CHURCH, FORTY-FIRST 8TRFJET,
near Blith avenue,?I'reaohing at 10^ A. M. and
P.M., by Rev. R. 8. Foster, P. P.
THE CORNER STONE OF THE NEW ST. JAMF.fi'
church. East Seventy-second street, near Lexington ave
nue, will be laid on Wednesday morning, Anoint Sit, at 9
o'clock. The attendance of the public ia invited. The clergy
are requested to meet at the residence of the rector. Re v. C.
B. Smith, 187 East Seventy-first treat, at 8)4 o'clock. Tiiey
will confer a favor by bringing their surplloea.
INSTRUCTION^ ~
A PROFESSOR OF FRENCH AND OF MUSIC (BAND)
deilre* to make a permanent engagement; haa no preference
for any particular part of the country; can furnish beit
reference!. Address E. J. G., 207 Bridge street, Brooklyn,
J?. I.
Ayocng lady, accustomed to teaching thb
higher EngllaUbranch#!, with f rcncb and muilc, dailre*
an engagement In a prWaU family, Addrea* Ml** C. R. W.,
ilatluo D, New York.
Freehold institute, freehold, n. a?rev. a.
Q. Chamber*. A. M.. Principal?A Boarding Bchool for
joung men and bom. Kitablirhed In 1844. Refera to Ri t.
Jam** MeCoah, D. D..LL D., President Princeton College;
alao to Rer. Jamea O. Moffot, D. D., Princeton Theological
Seminary; A. Otteraon, M D., Sit Broadway, New York
elty, ana Aleiander Hodcul, 18 Broadway, whs bar*
torn at tbe luititute.
Hudson river institute and olaverack col.
lag* offer* a four year*' collegiate oourae for ladiea.
Uraduatea race It* the Baccola areata degra*. A three yaara'
laminarr eouraa fa* lalki tm* gentleman. The beat octlaf#
preparation for young men. Board and tnltioa la ife# eaMra
coura* #300 a year. Reopen* September 6. Addrea* Rer.
ALONZO FLACK, A. M., Clawack, N. V.
M^cbod *en*Hud*on?'\Jfu)BASTED?FOR HOARDING
OtUce.
PAINE'8 BUSINESS COLLEGE (ESTABLISHED 1849),
63 Bowery?Open day and evening; epeclalltlea Bookkeeplug,
Arithmetic, Spelling, Oermen, French, Ac.; 24
Writing Leaaon*, fS 64; ladle* taught to k**p book* and
correspond.
THE DUTIES OF ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY FOR
vounv ladle*, Fluahlng, L. I., will be reiumed September
1. IMP Term* per annum, Including board and tuition,
W80. _
~*~JLQ8T AND FOIT\l>.
L~ ost-A BANK BOOK OF TUP. FLUSHING SAVINGS
Bank, No. 1,266. Any one finding the tame will pleoae
return It to Mr. Long, 723 Eaat Ninth alieet.
IU8T- BANK BOOK NO. 17,148 ON TUK MECHANICS'
J and Trader*' Having* lniUUxlon. The finder will plea**
leave it at the bank, 283 Bowery.
IORT-A LARGE BLACK LEATHER POCKETBOOK,
J containing paper* Valuable only to the owner ; the name
John Brtxbin i? (tamped on It. Tbe Ander will he liberally
rewarded h\ le.tring It at Ibe Merchant*' Hotel. Cortlaudt
street, Ktw iura.
I08T-0N SATURDAY EVEN1 NO LAST, A CIGARETTE
J Cam. The Under will be suitably rewarded and receive
the thanks of lb* owner by leaving it at the advertising desk
of the Herald o31ce.
IOgT A LARCH WHITE POODLE DOG, ON THURS
J day, Au;ust 19, fr->in tStaten Island. The linder will be
lllierally rewardod br 12. J. I.emoo 1W Pearl street, New
York.
LOHT- ON WEDNESDAY AFTKRNOUN, AN OLD PAIR
of Gold Spectacled, round bows. The linder will receive
1^{ 0wd?t and all fipciws paid. 343 BroadIOST?A
RED MOROCCO MEMORANDUM ROOK,
J wltU India rubber slrap fastening. If returned to lie
Broortwrv y a suitable reward will be paid.
Lost?on the morning of the isth inht., from
the premise* No. VI Sc. ond street, one Oold and one Milter
Watcn and aeveml article* of biioiilerie. An smple reward
will be paid by tearing them at P4 ('Union Itreel. In the
saloon.
JOST-ON THE WTH AUG I ST, $770 OF WHICH ONE
J was a fi'OO bill, the balanca hundred* and smaller notes,
all folded together. The Under will be eery liberally rewarded
by leaving it at the office of DYMOND A LALLY", 1(19 Water
street.
]OST OR STOLEN -SCRIP NO. 48 OF SlYfV SIURFS
J of Derby CoaJ Company stock, detefl May HM. All
persons are forbidden negotiating the same, as iistransi'ei
has been stopped. SAMUEL HA8SKLL,
No. 4 West Twenly-elgUtb street.
CJTOP CHECK.?LOUT, WITH FOCK.ETBOOK, FRIDAY
IO evening, a Rank OuCci far 1*162 21, drawn by S. J. Pardetsus
A Co., on the Mechanics' Killers' iie.w Vwkt
In favor of V. Humm'll, and endorsed on back to bearer.
F. Hl'MMELI/, 3)1 East Houston street
OTRAYF.D KHOM THE KKHI III K OF THE OWNER,
140 West Fortv-fourtb street, on Thursdav evening, about
10 o'clock, a small Black and Ian flint; bad on a red collar,
with sliver be!!. A liberal reward will be paid fir her recovery
.
MWARMk
$rrv BEWABD.?LOST, A CHECK FOR ?13,0i*l,
?J\f drawn tbe Brooklyn Trust Company to the subArdar
Tn* thnr? rtnu rl will b* nttH in Hi* r.n>t?r
Payment of the check baa beau atopped.
FREDERIC a. WAKI), IS Kuhii atreet. New York.
dtjrn REWARD.?LOST, IN VARICK STREKT, A
?|P? )\.? Black and Tan rtJut. Retnru to 10 Dominlok itreet.
NKW PUIBI'iCATlOKS.
" * n MM " HFU HBPTKMBKB NUMBB* rilHENO
j\. logical JouriiH. for deacrlpllon of theae lingular creaI
urea Alto foi' ,1'ibn Rogara, tl>? aculptor; Vlnnle Renin, Joaaph
A. Wright, Von B**r, lleadg Large and Heada Small,
Bow to ba Beautiful, i'na True Relation! of the Seiea, l're
Mntlmenti, Ac. Only M centa. Newamen have it. Addreaa
ft. B. WELLS, Ml Broadway, Raw York.
\f EBCHART TAILORS. SCOTT'S BRPORT OF FALL
JtL raahloaa, allowing atylaa of cut, oolora and'.rimming*,
now ready; %? a year. HRNIO C. SCOTT,
171 Broadway, Kaw V ork
IV) A It II 1.1 UANTKI.H.
ALABOE STOCK MARBLE AND SLATE MANTELS,
wllh orataicomplete; Mantel* ahipped, no rlak to purchaaeia;
Monuoienta, Headatonea. Ac., executed to order.
Pilcee low. WATHAN A CO..
BSD Waal Eighteenth at., hatwean Eighth and Ninth aeanuee.
VfABBI.IM7.KD VI ATE, DECORATED MARBLE AND
JtJL Marl In Mantela, rl. h and elegant dealgna. T. B.
STEWART* CO, COfi Slitb avenue, bf|w??n 1 hlrty fifth aud
Thirty alilh rmta.
MARBLR AND MABBLEI7.ED MANTELS, MONT
menta. Ileadatonea, *?.- The 1?rgeat, Bneat and cheapeat
Stock In the city ; Mantela, alao Catalogue*, until to the conntrr.
A KLABBB, 1M andlM Kaet lfch at., naartdar
Marble mantels moncmentb, headstones.
Ac. of anperlor dealf na and workmanehlp, will tio nolu
at f. K La HMDS n.anulai toiy, 4^ Flret arenue, neai Tbjrd
meet, al coat price*. t? rtwli.ee atcek before reiw?aL
d jr it
ti Jv ix
lY, AUGUST 21, 1869. ~
...... rouwcuu ^ i
August bklmont a co.
Iiaua letleri o( credit for traTelleri' ue? en
Keun ROTHSCHILD,
Id I'arli, London, Frankfort and Vienna, and their corra pondenu
In all the principal cltlee of Europe. Alio make
telegraphic lran?ftrg on California and Europe.
Broadway and seventh avenue railroad
Ktocka and Bocda bought and cold bj H. R. JACOBS,
Ho. 1 Haw (treat.
EJOIIT PER CENT BONDS OK THE CITY OF MONT
(Oiuei jr, capital of Alabama.
howes a macy,
3? Wall (treet, New York,
offer for ?:ile, at 90 per cent and accrued totereet, 90 year
Bonda of the city of Montgomery, capital of Alubama, hear
Ina Interest it the rule nf h ner cent uer aunnw. otiuuna
payable in New York on (be lit day of January and July.
The drill of lb* cilv ol Montgomery being lo very nmall
tbeie bon>i? are regarded a* Cret claaa for invmtment.
Kurtlier informalion furnished on application to HOWE8
A MACV, 8u Wall Bt i Or I, Ntw iork.
(M)LD LOAN
T or tie Rocheater, N. V. Water Work* Company.
Sli per cent bond*, due MW, of >01 ,M*0 each, Inieieal Mav
and November, principal and Interest payuMe In (Old, al
I'nlou Tiuat Company, New York.
We offer lor Dale $4uu,00(J of thin loan at tSM< and accru*d
Interent In currency.
Tb? entire property ta mortgaged to the Union Treat Con.
pany for the protection of the bondholder*, and the bond*
are laaued by them wily upon the certillcate of John C. Trautwme,
0. K. (appointed by tha bondholder*), approved by the
Board of Director*, that the money baa been actually e*pended
upon the work*. Pamphlet*, containing the report*
of Engineer* W. MUnor Robert* and J. C. Trautwine, upon
the program of the work*; alio couje* of the act* granting
tin* noinpanytheir charter to (iipply Ro?he*ter with water,
furnUheil upon application. Cpon tb* moat moderate titlmate
the reutal from the worka, when completed, will M
$10,000 annually, double the amount required for Interest
Upon the bond*. Having prreouully examined the work*
we can oonllilent:* recuimnei: j thi* loan to tb* public a*
ale and polKam* Inreatment.
IT'fLKV A DOVOHF.RTT,
11 Wall itreet.
MORTOK BI.JB8 A CU.,
30 Broad itreet,
lieu* Circular Mote* aud Circular Letter* of Credit for traveller*;
alao Commercial Credit*, available In all part* of
Europe.
OFFICE OF TUK PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMpany,
Nrw York, August 18,1869.
foitt-nmi DlvimtND.-Notlce li hereby given that ib(
Board of Director* have thla day declared a dividend of three
(3) per cent out of Uie net earnings of the quarter ending July
?1, y?r?ble at tbc company's office Weduesday, September
1. The transfer books wtil be cloaed Friday, Augiut 80,
at 3 P.M., and reopened Thursday, September 2,1869, at id
By order of tbe Board of Director!.
THEODORE T. JOHNSON, Secretary.
T>nTHBCRG, FORT W AYNB AND CHICAGO RAILWAY
JL Company. , 2.
oi ti. > or winst.ow, limn a Co.,;
tkantrkr aoxnts, >
Niw York, August i. IMS. '
The book* for the transfer of tbe (lock of this Company
will clone on Tueiday, the 10th of August, 1869, at 9 P. M.,
for the purpoae of enabling the persons holding stock at that
time to convert tbe same Into tbe guaranteed itock to be limed
In exchange therefor.
The dock to be luued In exohange will be entitled to dividends
at the rate of seven per cent per annum, payable
Quarterly on the Tueiday following the lint Monday of January,
April, July and October, In eaobyear, out of tne rental
reserved under the lease to the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany, and such dividends will be payable free of the Income
tax of tbe United States government, and of all taxes which
may be collected In any manner through or by means of tbe
corporation owning tbe road, or the corporation leasing
the same?tbe payment of all such taxes Ming assumed by
the lessees.
One hundred and seventy-one shares will be Issued In exchange
for eaeb ono hundred shares of the present ?tock.
Persons entitled to receive tbe fractional part of a share will
receive scrip not entitled to dividends until aggregated.
The fractional part of a share due In exchange being threesevenths
of a share on every on* 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 shall be settled.
The books will oe opened for the exchange of stocks on
Tuesday, tne 24th day of August, 1869.
By ordei of the Executive Committee.
WINSLOW, LANIER A CO.,
Transfer Agents, No. 27 Pine street.
PACIFIC RAILWAY HOLD LOAN.
Messrs. DAHNKY, MORGAN A CO., 68 Exchange place,
auH M. K. JE8UP A CO., 13 Pine street. New York, offer
I for Hule tL" Bonds of tbe Kansas Pacific Railway. These
bootlM pay seven per cent, in gold; have thirty years to run:
arc tree from government taxation; are secured by a land
sraut of tbree million acres or the finest lands in Kansas and
Colorado. In addition to this special grant tba company
aiM owns three Bullions of acres in Kansas,
which are being rapidly sold to develop the country and Improve
the road. They are a first mortgage upon the extension
of tbe road from Sheridan, Kansas, to Denver, Colorado.
The road In operation now earns mora tban enough
net Income to pay the Interest on the new loan. There Is no
better security In the market?this being In eome respects
bettv than government securities. Principal and Interest
payable in gold. Price M, and accrued Interest, In currenoy.
Pamphlets, maps and circulars furnisbed on application.
CJEVEN PER CENT BONDS
O of tbe City of New Orleans.
J. A W. HKLIOMAN A CO..
Banker*, 69 F.ichange pl?o?. New York,
offer for Ml* 1,600,000 Seven Per Cent Twenty-five year
Bond* of the city of Mew Orient*, lieued under the act of
tbe Leglalatur* of Looltiana; approved JTth of February,
IMS, at Mventr flve cant* and aaorutd Interest,
The undaralgned confidently recommend tta**e Bond* to capUallat*
ft* a Brit da** lnve*tm*at, and they will take pleaiure
in affording full information re*pectin( th* *am*.
The Interact on aald Bond* for on* year In advance ha* already
been provided for aad deposited with tb* Southern
Bank,HM flacal agent of tbe city of M*w Orleaa*.
W punctual payment to tb* flacal acrat bv th* *Hy of
VWwCftaanaof lh? lnt*r?*t on th*** Band* I* Imperatively
flitd by law, aad th*y will ooaatMala a flrtt mortgage on all
th* real Mtate of (ha city of Maw Orleane, now moderately
eetlmated at 11110,000,000. after th* eonaolldatad debt, which
will eoon be eitlngulahed by the annual tax of f6B0,0ua
The Intereet coupon* of th*** Bond* are payable lo the
dtv of Mew York on the flrft of September and tb* tret of
promptlyj!.U>* flacal agent of th* elty of Maw Orlean* will
of th* Chemical NlOIuhUl Jtav* tbe lame paid, at tb* counter
A limited amount of tbc*a deti#?\M?ullv.
of at th* rate above named (iav 75 and lnteflMn<*l*ft>a*d
for b*twc?i) now and tb* flr*t of September nut, and In ca*e
of an *xce*f of demand for the earn* tb* under*l(n*d will
award th* Bond* to th* flrtt applicant.
Tb* rlkht I* reicrred of advancing the rata upon the**
Bond* after tbe flrtt of September, a. c.
J. A W. SILiqUAM k CO.
11TM. B. PUTNAM, 08 WALL STREET.?BON DS AND
vV Stock* bought and eold. Loan* negotiated on tacurltl??,
bond and mortgage, Ac. Second Mortgagee wanted.
&Q fMM LOAN WANTED-FOR ONE YEA*i
ipZt'""' 1 per cent Intereit and >0 percent proflta of a
money making buslnei*, ample lecurlty. Apply at 11 Clinton
place, Eighth itreei.
nnA TO ^OAN ON bond and mortgage,
IpOU.v""" on flrtt cla*? city Real Bitate, in nume
trom $6,(100 to *30,<X>0. Flrtt and Second Mortgage* wanted.
BINMAN A SON, 43 Fine (tract.
ttll'O KIKCUTOR.?' AND TRUSTEES'
iPlOO.wUV money to loah on city property to pnnel
palt only. HALL J. HOW, 1J Pine itreet.
FURN|TURB7~~ "
A MAGNIFICENT PARLOR BUT, COVERED BROCAtel.
coat C460, for $176; one do., (70. Pianoforte, Etageres,
Bookcase, Painting*, Carpets, Book*, Brontes, En
colnimret, Table*. Cabinet*, Curtain*, Ornaments, China,
<:\. miier, Dining Room Furniture. A sacrifice. W
West fifteenth street, near Mxth avtnue.
A PRIVATE FAMILY LEAVING THE CITV WILL
dispose of all their elegant and costly Houseeold Furniture.
in use ill month*, consisting of flue Parlor Suit*, at
" Si'rtMl! ygM If4r9?2> Suite, In roaewond atsl black walrut;
MO yard* Hrnssrfs < half cud, and othef arilc:?s
loo numerous to mertion. Call at private raaidlBCC "o.
11:t We?tTwcnty-*eventh street, near Filth avenue. If not
(?lil lo day privately will itell at auction on Moudsy, at 10%
o'clork.
/ 1ARPET8, FURNITURE AND OILCLOTH.-O'FAR\J
ItELL A GREENE, llW Eighth avenue, comer Twentieth
ttreet, are selling at reduced price*. Payment* takes
weekly or monthly.
iniRNITIRR.
r Ihe be*t a**ortm*nt iu thl* city.
Our own manufacture. Warranted.
WAKREN WARD A CO.,
Pprlng street, corner of Cro*bv.
TOAmuiy <ji:ipg.
I r.BANV AMI) TROT DAY l.INK CHANGE OF
A time. Th. eteaniboats C. VIBBARD and DANIEL
DI'.KW will, on and after Thursday. July S, leave Desbrosse*
nii'ft at 8 end Thirty-fourth street at 8:16, landing at Ton
k? re >7est Point, Cornwall, Newburg, Pougbkeepile, Tlvoll,
Rhlncbec.k, CntHklll and Hiuleon. Tickets sold ard bag sage
cut :it'i '.'U L'OSfU Hie kott* to all points on New Tork Central,
Rensselaer and Karatog* railroad*.
L'OR BOSTON
PALL RIVER DIRECT.
1 be world renowned *teamer*
hUlSTOL AND PROVIDENCE,
Commander H*avton, Commander Simmon*.
will leave (alternate days) DAILY
from pier :<0 > ortU river,
_ _ foot of Chamber* *tr?*t,
at pive p. m.
noDWORTH'8 CRLEHRATKD ORCHESTRA.
Hit AND PROMENADE CONCERT EVERY EVENING.
Th>* I* the only line running a
SUNDAY RIGHT BOAT.
PROVIDENCE pMMnter* bv the above steamer* will
leave Fall Rlvor at 8.go A. M.. arriving at 6:s0 A. M.
rp.tvkn1no will lea PROVIDENCE at i p. m., making
dlrtyl connection with lb* boat, and allowing a good night**
i eat on hoard each way.
To hatter accommodate the public the epleudld ?ie?m*r*
NRWPORT AND OLD COLONY,
Commander Latvia, commander Mn.i.aa,
will loav* (alternate day*) DAILY
(Sunday* excepted),
from plei M North river
(foot of Murry a treat I,
AT <1:80 r. M. FOR BOSTON VIA NEWPORT.
PRE!OUT received at pier SO up to 4 P. M..
and at pi*r 88 tip to 80 P. M. aaeh evening.
JAMEB F1HK, Jr., Freeldent,
M R. H1MON8, Managing Director,
CHAS. H. VAILE, General Paieenger Agent,
H. II. MANOAM, Freight Agent,
Narragan**tt Bieamehlp Company.
STEAMER MARY POWELL WILL COMMENCE RUNic?
nlng Saturday .Tune 8, 1M8, for Co*aene\ Weat Point,
Cornwall. Nawburg, New Hamburg. Milton, Poughkeep*!*
and Ronilout, leaving pier, fool of Deibroeaee atreet, every
afternoon at 8:80.
Troy line por alrany and troy.-thp. pasteet,
elegant evening river Kteamboala In the world. The
VANDliRBTLT or CONNECTICUT leavee pier 44 North
river, foot of Spring atreet, every evening (Saturday* eicrpted)
at A o'clock, and foot at Woet Thirty-fourth atreet at 8:18.
Pare only tl 80, being tl 78 lee* than rail and 78o. cheaper
than any other route, and like reduction to Buffalo. Niagara
Pall*, all poInU Weei, to Saratoga, Sharon, Lake (leorge. all
poiute on Lake chamulaln, to Montreal, to all point* lo Vermont
and weetem Maaaai hiiaeU*. Ticket* aold an<l *tate
room* aecured at DODD'S Eipreaa Office*, 4? and 9M
Broadway. New York, and No. 1 Court atreet, Brooklyn.
aim at WW Weet *tr*?i, above Kcilcg Paeeesger* tended
Id fc*ratcgj> Is time for fereekfaffc
ERAL
_ KIKOPEAN HTEA1WMUIPH.
13 EDITED RATES.
JI London and N?w Tork flteamihlp Line.
Steamer* fortnightly to London direct from pier No. I North
?l*[- * ?*** " ?. ??? WO.eurreaoj.
Aug. M CokuOVA. Sept. H
CELLA Sept. 11 BBLLONA Oct. 9
f or puu? to Hamburg, Bremen, Harre, Paris, Antwerp
and Rotterdam at cheapest curreocr rate* arnlr to
_ ^ . ^ _ robert N. CLARK,M Broadway.
For freight to HOW LAMP a jyfspinwall. M South ?t
Steam to Antwerp,
calling m Ronthampton.
in man line.
CITY of DUBLIN ??, t?mb?r 1
For freight or puwg? apply to
john o. DALE, Agent,
' 18 Broadway, New York.
The hamburg american packet company's
Iron mall steamship
n AMMO MIA.
Captain Meier, earrtln* the I n eu *< . will tall on
Tuesday, August 2-1, 1MB, at 1 P M.. (or
HAMBI'RU,
taking passenger* for II?niborg, Plymouth ami Cherbourg.
Firtt cabin. IIWl Second Cabin, t'. i, Steerage, $*6, gold.
Payable m United Htatet gold.
The SILESIA to tall August 31.
KUNHARDT A CO., V. B. RICHARD A BOAR,
Qeneral Agents, (General Paaaengtr Agents,
fl Bxoad (tract, N. Y. No. t) Barclay street, N. Y.
Regular line
For Puerto Plata. Samaaa and St. Domingo City.
Tbe favorite steamer TYHEE, Captain B. A. Delaney, will
leave for the above porta on Saturday, August 11, at 8 o'clock
P. M. precisely, from pier No. 4 North river.
Foi freight or p mage, having euperlor accommodations,
apply to BFOFFORdTtILEBTON A CO., ? Broadway.
Cuna?8El lUUTIBH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LITBRPOOL,
CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
Scotia...Wedneeday, Aug. U Tripoli Thurtday, Sept.
Malta Thursday, Aug. 98 Ruaata. .Wedneeday, Sept. 16
Cuba.. ...Wedneeday, Sect. 1 Siberia.,^.Thuraday, Sept 18
Tarlfa Thurtday, Sept. t Java....Wedneeday, Sept. H
China Wedneeday.Bept. 8 Palmyra..Thuriday, Sept. V
RAT Eft OF PASSAGE.
By tba Wedneeday steamers, not carrying steerage.
Flret Cabin $IW gold. Second Cabin $flO gold.
Flrit Cabin to Parle $148 gold.
_ By the Thureday steamer*.
Flret Cabin .180 gold. Steerage $90 eurrenoy.
Steerage tlckete from Liverpool and Queenilown and all
parte of Europe, at loweet ratee.
Through bllle of lading given for Belfast, Glasgow, Ham,
Antwerp and other porta on the Continent, and for Mediterranean
porta.
For freight and cabin passage apply at tbe Company's efflce,
No. 4Bowling (Ireen.
For steerage passage, at 111 Broadway, Trinity Building.
_ CHiUt- FttANCKLYN, Agent
"ROGER'S AMBRTCAN LINE TO EUROPE-FOft
IV Copenhagen and Stettin direct,
Gothenburg and Berlin.
Flret claaa sidewbeel passenger steamers, comprising the
ocean queen, ariel, guiding star,
northern light. santiago DE cuba, fulton.
Tbe favorite steamship FULTON will leave pier 48 North
river, Saturday, August SI.
Rates of passage To all above place*:?First cabin, $10(1)
second oabfn, $60; steerage. $18, gold.
Apply to RUGER BROS., General Agents.
For freight, at 108 Pearl ?treet; for passage, 42 Broadway,
National line.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND Ql'EENSTMWN,
From pier No. 47 North river.
PENNSYLVANIA, Hall, Saturday. August 21, at 2 P. M.
THE QUEEN, GrOgan, Saturday, August itf, at 9 A. MPassage
to Liverpool or Queenslown?Cabin, $100 and $76;
steerage, $39, eurrenoy.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool or Queenstown, $37, curNnAV.
Apply at the company'* office, 8P Broadway.
F. W. 3. HI RST, Ninutr.
Tub north german lloyd's
Steamahlp MAIN, Captain K. V. Oterendorf. will tan,
carrying the United State* mall, from the Bremen pier,
root of Third etVeet, Hoboken.
On THURSDAY, AognM SH, 189J,
for
BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON,
taking paM(ngero to
LONDON, HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON and BREMEN, at
the following rate*, payable In gold
Flr*t cabin -IW
Second cabin..,, 7?' Gold.
Third cabin..... 2V
Steerage from Bremen., $40, gold.
To be followed bv the neamshlo NEW YORK, ('aptala
W. Nordenho't, on Saturday, Any net as.
ror^bUrpa.n^[i?u3
i CO.. <8 Broad <tr?et
STEAM TO GLASGOW AND LONDONDERRY.
THE ANCHOR LINK,
Favorite Clyde butlt paaaenger (teamen, are Intended to all
aa followe
Cambria...Saturday, Ang. SI 1 Columbia...Saturday,Sept.u
Iowa Saturday, Aug. 28 I Europa Saturday, Sept. 18
Britannia.. .Saturday, Sept. 4 | India Saturday, Sept. Si
and every Saturday thereafter,
From pier 10 North river, at 13 o'clock noon.
Ratea of paaaage, payable In currency
Cabin* to Liverpool, biaagow or Derry, $98 and 47a.
Excursion ticket*, good for twelve month*, *18ll.
Steerage to Glasgow or Derry, fSO; Intermediate. $">
Prepaid certificate* from the?e porta, $37.
Paaeenger* booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Rotterlam,
Antwerp, Ac., at very low rate*. ?
Drafts laaued, payable at any bank In Great Britain and
Ireland,
For farther Information apply en the (teamer*, foot of
Deyetreet, or at the Company1* office*. No. 7 Bowiinu Green,
New York. HENDERSON BROTHERS..
QTEAM TO QUEENSTOWH AND LIVERPOOL.
O From New Tork only $80, iteerage.
NEBRASKA Guard Wedneiday, Aug. 15
MANHATTAN Forevth Wedneeday, Sept. 1
From pier 40 Nortb rfver.
Cabin paaaage 980, gold.
Paaaage from and to New Tork, Parit, Hamburg. Rotterdam,
Ic. Draft* on Ireland, England, France and Uermaav
at loweet rate*.
Apply to WILLIAMS A OUION, ? Broadway.
FOR LIVBRPOOL AND QUEENBTOWN.?fNMAN LINE
J of Mall Steamer* are appointed to (all a* follow*
CITY OF BOSTON Saturday, Aufaet 21. 1 P. M.
ETNA (via Halifax) Tueedav. August 34. 1 P.M.
CITY OK PARIS Saturday, August 28,10 A. M.
CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, September4, 1 P. M. !
pier 4# Norm rivMr- "fdav and alternate Tue*day, from I
rates of PASSAtiK.
By the mail (teamer eallingevery Saturday.
Payable in Gold. Payable in Currency.
Firat tali In ^100 Steerage $36
To London 186 To London 40
To Faris. Ilfi To Pari* 43
Paaaage by the Tueedav (teamer, via Halifax.
Fir* t Cabin. Steerave.
Payable la Gold. Payable In Currency.
Lit el pool. ?80 Liverpool f'tfl
Halifax , 301 Halifax IS
SI. John*, N. F., by branch | St John*, N. F., by branch
teamer 44 I (teamer 80
Paeien^r* alio forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bremen,
Ac., at reduced rate*.
Ticket* ran be bought here at moderate rat** by pereon*
wiahlng to send foi their friend*.
For further iafoitneiion applv at the company'* offiire*.
JOHN O. DAI.P., Agent.
16 Broadway, New York.
QNLT DIRECT LINK TO FRANCE.
The General Tr?iii??tl*n(ii Company7* Mail >>?tween
New York and Havre, ralllne al Brrie.
Tha aplmdUl ve**el* of thl* favorite route for tl.e Con'lneut
will tall from plet No. Ml North river aa follow*
LAFAYETTE, Rottiaan Saturday, Augu*t it
PERK IRE, Duebe*ne Krtitid?y, Sent. 4
ST. LAURENT, L?marle Saturday, Kopt. W
V1LLE DB PARIS, Surmnut Saturday, ftl 1
Ratee of paeaage, payable In (Old (Including wine)
To Hreet and Havre -Pint Cabin, *140; Seoond Cabin, ?7fi.
To Pana (Including railway ticket)?$141 and $78.
Ibeie iteajn^n 4oii9lC4iir L ?
American travellers going to or returning from thf CflUljnent
of Europe by taking the *teamere of tble line avoid b-Hh
tranalt by EnglUh railway* And the dtvcomi'ort* of crowing
the Channel, baeldre aavln* tine, trouble and eipeuae.
GEO. MACKENZIE, Agent, U Broadway.
JjfBAiiF.lt LAFAVJiTrr, FOR BREST AND HAVRkI
k5 will leave pier No. wl North t'lver, foot of Morion Hrrct,
on Saturday, August 21, at 1 o'e'ctlt. Paa^enjjara are ifquetted
to ba on board at 15 o'clock.
OliO KG IS MACKENZIE, A gout.
Qt^AM TO Q17EENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
O Every Wedneiday, Thursday and Saturday.
COLORADO Wedneaday, Aryust tft
PENNSYLVANIA Saturday. August SI
Drafta payable In anv part of England, Ireland, Scotland,
at current rate* of eiettange. Apply at THOMPSON'S* Paeaage
office, 78 Broadway, comer or Rector etraet.
I'OAST WINE HTRAJIKHIPS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA AND CHINA.
Through rat**, New York to San Fraucieco: Flr*t
Clan. Pt??r*ge.
9IM to |2<i0, *?
according to location of l.ertb.
Theae Ate* Inclndo berth, hoard and al. nece?*ArlM foi the
dip.
Steamer* of th* above Mue leave pier No. 4i North rher,
foflt of Canal Mreet,at IS o'clock noon,
ON 1ST, llVH AND 3isr, BACH MONTH.
eicapt when thoie day* fall on Sunday, ?be?i the day prtOna
hundred potiuHa baggage free to each adult. Mecll0tAUg'^ST
"n^ENRY CHA1NCEY, Captain Connor,
conaectlng with SACRAMENTO, Captain Hudaon.
Steamer leaving Aitguit 11 conrecta cloaely with Mearntr
JAPAN, leaving Mas rrancleeo September 4 for China and
Japan. _ . _
NOTICE TO BHJPPKH?-rirl*lit ror MUW ar.nn\
CHAUNCEY reeelved until 4 P. M. on Friday. Augviat ?.
All ueual faellltle* Afforded ahippera In collecting Inland
'^FurTieUlit or paaaage ticketa and all further Information
aprly at IB* Company'* ticket office on the wbarf, foot of
Canal etreet. F. " BABT, Agent.
F?OR BBRMCDA.?THE A1 STAMBHI* FAIIKRE, CAPtain
Joeeph 0. Steele, earryliigthe United State* mall*,
will (all ror th* aboT* port on Thuredar, Augnat M. at 8
o'clock I*. II., and irrrj third Thureday eucoeedtng until further
nolle*, from pier li North river.
Haa auperlor paakenger and freight accommodation*.
Firet Cabin 980 | Second Cabin 120
Freight. 60c. per dry barrel, payable In United Hlatee gold.
For freight or paiaage apply to J. NORMAN HARVEY,
Agent, M New atreet.
U" NITED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA.
ATLANTIC MAIL RTRAMBblP COMPANT.
Sailing regularly e?erj Tbnrwlay, At three oVIoek P. M.
preeltele, from pier No. I North rtrer.
EAOLlC, Captain M. R. Ore?ne Auftuat M
MISSOURI, Captain O. W. Palmer .Sept. 1
COLUMBIA, rfiptaln E. Van 8>c* (*la Kuaaul Sept. 9
For freight or paeaag* apply to
S. ft. WHEELER, .1*., President,
No. i Bowling <lr>?c.
ATAMA, IBIAL AND VER* CRQL
N*w York and Meilcan Mall Staamahlp line, ealling
eery twenty day*, at II M., from pier 17 Ea*t rlrrr.
The aplendld new eteamer*
C1TV OF MEXICO, ........Monday, Sept.?
CLKttPATKA, Phillip* Saturday. Hepl. iW
For freight or paaaaae apply to
V. ALEXANDRE A SONS. ?? Broadway.
JJNITBD STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP
The elegant aldewheel Meamahip SOUTH AMERICA,
ton* burden. Captain E. L. Tlnhlepaugh, Will eall for St.
Thomaa, Para, Peruambuco, Bahia and Rioi de Janeiro oa
Monday, Augual S3, lf?, at t o'clock P. M., from pier 48
No.U. rlrer For fr.?M or^-jp OK A|,nl>
Ho. ? BowU*C ?rwa, New Vcrk.
D.
PRICE FOUR CENTS,
, COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS. ^
First rtkambr.
! ?* Iina
of Oa!*eau>D
touching 41 Kav Km,
Th? A1 (learner QEMKKAL SEDQWIC*. Capita OtlUardalt,
la now receiTlng freight at pier It, Baal rlrcr. Ml will ?
Mil Saturday, Auguai 31, at 8 P. M , or eooner If full.
No charge for forwarding In New York or Oalveeton.
Through bills of lading given to lloueton on alt fO*4a
consigneu 10 idc Houston uireot navigation t;on,p?nv.
Apply to H. MALLQRY k CO., 1?? J?ald*n Ian*.
TEIAR LINE
of Galveston Steamer*.
The A1 steamer VI KOI NI A, Cantata Kennedy, la now r#>
calving freight at vier SI East river, and will sail Saturday,
August 28. al a P. M-, ar looner If full.
All good* for Honatoa or the Interior will be forwarded by
our agent*, Meaars. T. U. McMahon * Co., free of wharfage,
drayage or commlaalona for receiving or forwarding
Iniurance guaranteed aa low ai by any other root*. II*
detention at (inJveaton. For freight or paaaage apply to
C. H. MALLQRY k CO., 1M Maiden lan*.
t'OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
f Tiie Cromwell Lin*.
Steamships of tbia line will leave pier No. North riv*r at
3 o'clock I'. M., aa follow*:?'
OVLF STREAM, McCreary Saturday, August 11
MARIPOSA, ttemble, Saturday. August M
Frelibi taken for St. Louie, Mobil* and tielvwbn *1
through talei.
For paaaage, Bret and second clan, or freight, apply to
H B. CROMWELL k CO., Mwoaletr**.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. ?OLD LIMB-LOW
freight.
The well known Bret claa* eldewheel (teamahlp DR SOTO
will leave pler3t> North river, on Saturday, August 31, at
three P. M. Freight taken at through rate* for HI. Louie,
Mobile and Galveston.
BIENVILLE will follow.
For freight or paeeag*, having auperlor accommodation*,
*Pt>ly ^LIVINGSTON, FOX k CO., No. M Liberty *>r**t.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT,
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINE,
comprising the ft rat class steamihlpa
GENERAL GRANT Captain H. 8. quick
CRESCENT CITY Captain J. B. Hlldreth
SHERMAN Captain W. P. Henry
GENERAL MEADE Captain A. W. Bampaoa
UNITED HTATE8 .Captain O. L- Norton
Tk* steamship
GENERAL MEADE,
Captain A. W. Sampson,
will b* despatched on Saturday, August 21, at 8 o'clock P. M.,
from pier 12 North river
Freight received at through rate* for St Loul*, Mobil* and
Galveston.
The CRESCENT CITY will aucc*?d Saturday, August Hi
For freight or paaaage, having superior accommodation *,
apply to
vv FREDERIC BAKER,
40 Broadway.
FOR CHARLESTON, 8. C. THE FLORIDA PORTS,
the South and 8oulhw**t? Regular line.?Tk* superior
tumibip
SARAGOSSA, Rvder, Commander,
Will Mil Wednesday, Auguat 25, at 8 P. M., from pl*T No. I
North rlv*r, foot of Rector street.
Cabin paaaage, <50.
Through bills of lading to all point* South and SouthwMC,
Agents In Charleston i Ravenel k Co.) forward all good* frM
or conmlNion.
ARTHI'R LEARY. AMDt. 78 William strati
Th* ateamshlp MINNETONKA. will Mill l?t September.
FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA PORTS.
New fork and Charleston 8leam*hip Company(first
ciaai ildewbeel iteamiblp . _ _ ...
MANHATTAN, Captain K. 8. Woodbull.
on Saturday, Auguit 31, at 8 P. M., tailing from pier No. I
Nortb river.
Superior accommodation* for pauenger*.
Through passage tickets and bills or UdiDl luuwl >Q 608*
nectloa with the South Carolina Railroad to all point* South
and Southwe*t and with (teamera to Florida port*. _
flood* forwarded Tree of commission.
Bill* of lading furnlihed and signed on th# pier.
Iniurance bv tbli line one-half per cent.
The CHAMPION will follow, and *aU on hawrday,
August 2*. hENPV R. MORGAN * CO.. Agent*,
96 Broadwa*.
EXCURSIONS.
A -NEW YORK AND FAR ROCKAWAY.?STEAMER R.
. L. MABEY, Captain Phillip*, leave* South Sixth itreet,
Brooklyn, K. U., 8 o'clock A.M.; Peck *llp, 8;1S; Fulton
ferry, Brooklyn, 8:81); pier 4, North river, it; landing at all
till' hotel* on the beach each way. Returning, leave* Far
Rockaway at 3 ;S0 P. M., arriving at fae city at 8:30.
A -A?for THE FI9HINQ BANKS DAILY, SATUB
day* excepted, steamer Rip VAN WINKLE, Captain
Simmon*, leaving Peck (lip at 7 Hw A. M.; Chrietopher atrtei,
N. R., at 8 :30 A. M., and pier No. 4 N. R. at 9A.lt; and o?
Sunday*, from Eighth ?treet, E. R-, at 7 A. M.
Batt, line*, refreshment! and muile on board.
Fare, $1; ladle*, SO cent*.
A -SUNDAY EXCURSION BOAT FOR COLLRGB
. roint. Whitestone, City I*land and New Roe belle.?
Steamer NKVERSINK leave* Peck slip every Bunday at# A.
M., rain o (bine. Returning leave* New Rocheile at 8:30 p.
M.. landing at Kiphth and Ihlrly-sovsnth *treeta each wav.
Ahoy for rockaway and sea side.-the bra
steawr II. M. t'OOL will run to Rockaway on Inn day,
August as. and evrry Sunday during the **a*on, leaving Veatrv
itreet. North river, at 8:40 a. m. and pier No. 4 at 9 a. m.
Returning leave* Roekaway at 4 P. m.
A - SUNDAY BOATS FOR HARLRM, HIGH BRIDOR
A. and Karl'* Park, SYLVAN GROVE and SYLVAN
( LEN, will leave Harlem every hour from 8 a. m. to 6 jo
P. m.: leave Peck slip eve it hour from 9:14 to 6'jo p. m.,
landing at Eighth street each way. Fare IS cent*.
A LL ABOARD FOR THE FISHING BANKS.-THE
J\. well known (teatner WYOMING will run regularly *v*ry
dayfortbe Bank*, leaving North Eighth street. Willtam*burg,
at 7; El htb itreet, Eaat river, 7k; Peck allp, 7V;
ChrT*topher itreet, 8)j and pier No. 4 North river, o'clock.
Seblbel'* Nations Brai* ana Cotillion Band; al?o Bait, LIms
and Refreshment* on board. Fare. SI; ladies, 80 cent*.
H. E. HOLMES M GEORGE BCHIBEL, Manager*.
Bath and oojcbv island railroad steam
ear* leave every half hour. Hone car* from Hamilton,
Wall. South anil Knlton ferries connect at Ureenwood.
/ 1amp meeting at sing sing.
Regular Snnd*y morning boat for N wburc, landing at
Yonkers and West Point, also at Sing Sing to accommodate
those wishing to attend ( amp Meeting. The splsrdld iteamer
Sunday monlilig.-** foot of Morn* itreet, Jersey City, every
Chrletoplier street, 8; Thirtr^ToiOm street. North river, 7i4e;
ssngers lure two hour* at Newburg and three notrn'n. ffu.
Point. Land* at Jersey City on return trip. Fare, 60 eents
each way.
/1AMP MEETING BOAT FOE SINQ S1NO THE
V itwiitr ANTELOPE Iuth every moraine from lb*
foot of Harrison Itreet at 8 o'clock, touching at Thirty-fourth
street at ?'?. Ret iming, leaves Slog (Hug at 8 o'clock.
SlHOLKRA HANKS, SATURDAY NIGHT TR1P.-THR
V.' tin? sen steamer YANKEE, Captalu Marshall, Saturday
night, Augnat 21, will go rain or shine, and be Ashing at daylight.
Anderson t'lwell, pilot, will be on board trill boat,
au>l on nn otiirr. Coffee and chowder servedfree. Bait, llnee
and refreshments on board. Franklin street, 11:30; Christopher
alrect, 13; Eighth street, Eaat river, 11:30; Broom*
treat, 12:45; Peck slip, 1 A. M. Fare $2. JAfl. A A. SCOTT.
F10r coney island, -thb steamer nor walk,
Captain 0. W. Wilson, makes regular trips to Conev
Island, len\ mi; Christopher street, Nonb river, 0:30, 13:3# Hot
and H?320; Warren street at 9:4ft, 11 .-40 and 8:40; pier 4, Mor- TU?
rls afreet, NuiHi river, at 10, 1 and 4 o'clock The steama couSYLVAN
SUORii, rsptaln E. T. Wilson, makea rwtf0 next
tripe to (-otiey Island, leaving North Eighth street, W1111*7,'
burg, at 8 A. >1.: Broome sireet, New York, at 8:i0, 11
2*f; Peek slip at 8:18. 11:40 and 9:40; Fulten ferry, flMT ODtl *
Ijn, ate, 12 and 3 o'clock. ft dollar
. ,
fiRAHD EXCLUSION TO THE FI8HINO BAHr power.
\T The spleivld ae* steamer WILLIAM FLETCHER,.,,] 0r rnnr
day. August 22. landing as followsEighth street, niABa'Tnn
iirer, 8 o'clock; Broom* ktreef, 8:18; Peck allp, C:S0; Fir. /,,, /?]?
ferry, Brooltlvu, ?:4R; Thirty-fourth street, North river, 7:H'.ut'?n
Twenty-second street, North rlvsr, 7:80; Christopher street, *Y,?? ?
7:4.1; filer No 4 Noith river, 8 precisely. Bait, lines and
refreshments can be had on board. Best eicurslon of the
season. Bend of music on board.
P" TCNir AN DEXCIRSION PARTIES CAN ENOAOE
choice Droves, Barges. Steamers, Ac., at our office, as
we control the best groves, Ac. We guarantee satisfaction.
BLOOMER A CO.. >48 Front street.
f>rivatk EXCURSION to the fi8h1ko banks.?
J. Steamer C. B. SMITH. Sunday, August &. Tickets $1.
The steamer leaves foot of Twenty-eighth street. East river,
at 8A. m . and Peck slip at 9 A, m., rain or tliine. Fish
lines and all kinds of reiresliments on board. Returns to
Peck slip at 8-IK) and Tivsnty-elgbth street, Eaat river, at 7
oVIock. LOUIS FRIEBERTSHAlbee.
V1CTOE UStlBACH.
LEAS' RK HAV, LONG BRANCH AND RED BANK
The steamboat SKA BIRD leavee pier foot of Warren
afreet, Nor'h river, Sunday morning, August 2S, at 7Jtf o'clock,
connecting with steamboat HELEN, for Pleasure Bay and
Long Branch. Returning, leaves Red Bank and Pleasure
Bay at 4 Y. M Pare on Sea Bird, 60 cents; fare on Helen,
18 cents.
HKOl LAR SljNDAY-ifoRHINQ BOAT FOR vtttt
Point, fold Spring and Newburg?Stonulnu at Yonkers
each way. N. B.-Daring Camp Meeting at sing Sing, each
* ?/, the favorite steamboat SLEEPY HOLLOW, Captain
J. Slirrmau, leaves Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, 8 A. M.; Ohrlstoph*r
street. North river, 8:10: Thirty-fourth stree', Korth
river, 9 o'clock; allowing two noon at Nawburg. Far* 10
ornte sach way.
Regular bun day boat fob kbyport.-on and
after Sunday, Jtme *, tha alaaraboat GENERAL
8EDOW1CK will make bar regular trlpa between New York
and Keyport, making tha usual landings. Leave foot of Barclay
atrtat P A. M. Laara steamboat landing, Keyport, <
OTBAMKB niOMA8~E. HCLBSf LEAVES FOOT OF
O Christopher street dnlly, Sundays Included, lor Fort Lee
Mid Pleasant Valley, at 10, 1, BW and 7W, landing at Thirtyfourth
street each way. How to take the care for the boat
Take Grand street cars to Thirty-fourth street and Bleeeker
treet care to Christopher street. Musk) on board.
CVNDAY BOATFOR OLEN OOVE, LANKINO At
O wblteatone, Hand's Point, GlenwooH and Roselyn.
Steamer ARROWSMITH will leave Peek slip plor No. 14,
Baat river, Sunday, August 21, at ? A. M, Mopflngat Thirty
eeventh street ea^n way. _____
S- UNDAV MORNING BOAT FOR NKWBUBO.
Fare M Cents. ? .
The at earner THOMAS COLLYKR will leare the pier foot
of Warren street every Sunday morning at 7:I0, Christopher ,
treet at 7Thirty fourth street at 8 o'clock, landing at Hast
Ings, Dobbs' Veiry. Irvlngton, ling Sing, Harerslrew, Coisens
iWeet Polut), Cold Spring and Cornwall. Returning will
leare Nswburg at 1 :S0 and Sing Sing at ? *6, arrlviug In New
York at ( o'clock P. M. Eicurslon Tickets to Nswburg and ,
return 76c. _ _______________ '
(JtlNDAT MORNING BOAT TO PEKR8KILL TlH? ,
O steamer ANTELOPE leaves every morning, without I
eiceptlon, from the foot of Harrlaon etreet, at eight o'clock,
landing at Thirty-fourth street at 8W; Yonkcrs, Hastings.
Dubbs" Ferry, i Tarry town and Nyack by ferry), Sing Hlng,
Haverstraw, Grassy Point and Verplanck's.iJTerrTtowu omH
led on Sundays.
THK NKW, SPLENDID AND VERT FAST WTEAMKR
HCNNYS1DK Is offered for charter to societies, select
Denies and Sunday schools, aa the most desirable boat lit 4
Jt?*r *ork for <>xriir(loai. Apply to J. C. OIBBS bowd,
ol?r 48 North rlTor. foot of HouMon itreet, or la CKOCKKR,
Wool) k CO., oil Houth itrMt.
T" HKSTKAMBOAT H. M. COOL FOR CHARTER. flilE
h>* Hloon ftn-.ommodktion* for 60U. Adilr^M or M'P'J
P, I! AM MUM), Ho. ? Morrll ItrMt, JtTMJ Cft;r.
YONKKRH H:KK..- STEAMBOAT PfcORKM I, OA*?
Bclkiup, leaven Vtitrv pier3a N.iitli ?t U
a. m. ?n.l DU P. M. j Sunday* Ihii?I 1" a. m. ud < li t ,m?
Freight utM daily.

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