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WnOLE NO. 12,055.
PERSONAL. .
CHARLES TEELING?PLEASE CALL AT 404 WEST
Twenty-tilth ttreet.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF MR. MICHAEL H>CIC.
OD. It a young man, II year* of ace the lit' of thlt
oontb and a native of Kathkeale, county Limerlo1^, Ireland,
when latt seen (June It) be kept an oynter bou> at (he oorfter
of Twenty-third ttreal and Eighth avenue. ?|o,(Vu willed
to blm by hie uncle, Mr. I&lce. Any Inrorir^on concerning
im ilnee June 16 will be thankfully rec?^v?u by bit brother
Jolin Hlckion. Addrett J. H., box lr^ Herald office. New
Orleant and Canada paptre" pleaee 'ytff.
INFORMATION WANTED-^* ELIZABETH RF.bKCCA
Noakea, aged SO; tuppote^ to be tomewbere In Ike Wetl rn
Statee; vat adopted at rt yeart old f rom the Home of the
frlendleta, New York. Addreee Relative, .boa 90 Herald
fiatch office, Brooklyn..
INFORMATION WANTED?OF WILLIAM A. BARRETT,
J by ble wife, fV6o waiite blm to come borne. All Informayn
utaakfmly received at 110 Eaet Suteeutb ttreet.
IF EDWARD 8. BELL, A COMPOSITOR, WILL CALL
M the Metropolitan Hotel be will find bit brother from
. Lottie.
INFORMATION WANTED-OF J. W. HODOE8, WHO
1 left bit houte on Tuetday, Augutt 17. U it the with of bit
friend! that he tbould return immediately.
MRS. ECKLE8.-BEB MB AT ONCE. I AM IN TROUble.
A , 1W8.
METHLICK.-JULY It, I860.-I HAVE BEEN 8ERIeutly
111; (ettir.g belter, but very weak -, come If roit
tooeeibly can Immediately, for you are more needed tlian
J^?OUNT VERNON. 180. SAME STREET.
MARY.-COMB BACK BOON, t WILL TRUST YOU
yet; and yon can be happy again with ALECK.
OCTAVIU8.?DULY RECEIVED. HOPE IT IS BETTER.
Never doubt me true lo cauie.
PORTA.DOWN?IF L H., WHO WROTE TO CINCINnatl
about H. 8., or Henry, wilt call at 87 Water atreet
y? Monday, at 3 o'clock, I will 6e glad to meet hjm. J. 0.
f}S.?RETURNED FROM LONG BRANCH YK8TERII.
day. Call on your old friend at 131 East Thirteeulh
Mreet. MAUD HAKDINti.
I^IHE ?. A. B. COMPANY AGAIN.
THE THREE YOUNG LADIES THAT WANT TO OO
to St. Loula bad better sail thle day (Sunday) er Monday
fU III Ea?t Thirteenth atreet, and make arras (amenta
WILL MR. HOUQH PLEASE CALL AOAIN AT NO. 1*1
Broadway 1
SPECIAL NOTICKH.
A> THE
COLLINS
METAL
WATCH
and JBWELRT
factory. Thaia iuperlor
bunting Losr
Watchai only 911 and
420 aacb. Equal lo appearance
aod for lima t*
raid ones coiling (150 and
<200. Jewelry and Chalne of
tba aama metal. Every welch
warranted. C. E. COLLINS t CO.,
886 Broad war, corner of Worth, tip
Malra.
A LAROB ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS, (HOES,
J\ Trunke and Value# at the Oreat Family Shoe Emporium,
ttO Bowery, corner of Bond atreet, letting 20 per cent
1 aatow Broadway prlcaa. W O. BIOELOW,
ROBERT 1BWIS.
A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS
Mliaourl and Kentucky Btata Lotleriee.
maaouBi?aiTBA class 619, auuubt 21, iMf.
19, 85, 3, 72, 23, 49, M, 65, 7U, 83, 10, >7, ?.
MtaaooBi-class 610, august 21, 1569.
I, 64, is, 4, 18, 71, M, II, 17. 80, 41. 21, !?.
SBMTDOKT?(XTKA OI.A68 <96, ADUtlBT 41, 1069.
64. 67 . 6. 1. 47. S-. 62. 28. 62. 72. 16. 64. 74.
MENTUCKY ?CLAftft 4M, iUGUST 21, 1869.
41, 28, 67, 11, S, 17, 87, 4, 78. 18. 14, 68, 68.
Information furnlsbod Id tbs above and alio Royal Havana
UUtrlM. J. CLUTE, Broker,
No. 200 Broadwar
aud 168 Fulton Ureal.
TAXCI8E NOTICE?THE UNDERSIGNED WILL APPLT
JTj to (he Metropolitan Board of Exoise on the 7th day o
September, 1869, tor a license to aell wines, liquors, Ac., a
southeast corner of Sheriff and Delancey etreets.
COW WAY * MADDEN.
TfXOlSE NOTICE.?THE UNDERSIGNED WILL APPLT
JEJ to the Metropolitan Board of Excise on the 90th day of
September, 1869, tor a License to lell strong nnd spirituous I
liquors, wines, ale and beer at 419 Klfcetntli Mieet, betwuen
First avenue and avenue A. M A 1THBW LACY.
Essence or ink.
2 ESSENCE or INK.
Harvard and oxford boat race.
Illustrated Map of the River Thames, scale 6 laches to
the mile, showing the exect coprse. prominent points and
bends the whole distance of rae?; designed for reference and
oaparfson with newspaper reports. For sale wholesale by
the pews eompauies and retail by booksellers and newsmen.
rrAMMAMT.-AT THE OPENING ON MONDAY EVEN'
J. log of the Tammany Musical Society the great feature of
Um occasion was tbe raising of the largest Dun ting banner
?m put up m mo cur, minurtciurva 07 ?i. n. bum n. projrVrtor
of (he greaUUnlled States Awning and Flag Establishment,
641 Broadway, comer of Hleecker street. Uo and in
t, all those who desire any goods In hli line.
A rft nnn -WATER METER CHALLENGE TO
the world. Cochrane'* patent rzcela all
otnere M to first ci?t, aocuracy, simplicity an ) durability;
man and moat?; rights (or (ale. 64 Weet TentU street. New
% York.
INSTRUCTION.
4 FROFESSOR or French and of music (Bandj
A desires to make a permanent engagement; has no preferMM
for an* partloular part-of the country; can furnish best
refyencta. Address E. J. Q., 101 Bridge street, Brooklyn,
T)OOKKEEPINO, WRITINO. AC.?MESSRS. DOLBEAR,
fj 60S Broadway, teach Bookkeeping practically, aa used
lathe beet New York houses. They also remove stiffness,
tramping or trembling, and make elegant business penmen
In a few private lessons. Ten ft seats for day or evening
hay ha secured this week.
Boarding school for twelve boys only at
Oraage. N. J.?Will commence Its twenty-third school
year September It; true home comforts, with constant attenVoa
?f principal; grounds spacious and high ; terms moderate!
two vacancies only. Address Principal, box 188, Orange,
tt0dson river institute andclaverack colJF1
offers a four year** collegiate course for lailies. I
Graduates receive the liaccolanreate degree. A three year*'
teainarv eourse for ladles and gentlemen. The beet college
brepsu-atlon for young men. Board and tuition In the satire
m J wm*. nqupviM rs}ii*iuuni v, AUtlCH Mr.
alomzo FLACK, A. ii., ClaTeraolt, n. t.
V/TR8. LEOPOLD WEIL'S ENGLISH. GERMAN,
lrX|French and Hebrew Boarding andjDar School for young
ladlet, Mi and N7 Wert Thtrtj-nlnth atreet, between Seventh
and Eighth arenuea, New Tort. Will reopeo on September 8.
CPKINO HILL GROVE-CAN BE 8RC0RED FOR PICIJ
nle partlee, Ac.; pleaaantlj located near Hartlnga, on the
Hudaoo ; every accommodation; only three mlnulea' wain
from Dudley'a Grove; dlnnera furnished at all time*. For
ybolce of day? apply al 191 Weet atreet.
ST. JOflKPH'8 ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES,
Fluahlng, L. I.
Tenna per annum, Including Vocal and Indrtimental Muele,
without muele, ft*).
pindlft will be rtaumed the lit day of September, IMS.
QOPERIOR TEACHER OF PIANO AND VOCALUA
O tlon la wanted for a Weatern seminary. Apply Immediately.
J. W. HCHEBMERHORN, 14 Bond atreet
SITUATION WANTED.?A FRENCHMAN OP GOOD
education, having aome knowledge of kngllah, wlahea lo
enter a atore or office, where he will make hlmaelf uaeful In
arder to learn the una perfectly. No objection to the
|alary. Addreaa b. b. b., Herald office.
Hhhb Duties of~?t7'j'osepr'b acaIiriit* for '
J. young ladles, Plnablng, L. I., will be reaumed SeptemMr
I, INK Terms per annum, Including board and tuition,
WAdibi'-A UALfi HDbU ^VAlJirir.i; Iu j Aitn
music ill willing to make herself useful by assisting lo
fceufekeeplng and the genera) supervision of children. Ad|?Mi
box MTPost office.
\*7aHt?d-two voumo la dies, to #IVR in.
TT (traction In dancing In an academy In a Western city.
One of whom. If qualtlled, to teach French and music preferred.
Gould board In family of Principal, if desired. Unfcuestloned
reference reuuired. Address Art Teacher, Herald
{fltoa, elating where an Interview may oe had.
fc"e?ACH.~B0OKKEBPINO1 WRITINO, ARITHMETIC),
?tJ Oraaamar. Spelling. day and evening. No vacation.
THOMPSON'S College, 211 Pourih avenue. Private Instruction
; Ladles' Department; Preparatory Course, Telegraphjag
| French aid GermaiT.
rarfioiloi BT. i iMfa uof MMHMWT
IUO governess i can tear.h English, French and music,
(lain and fancy needlework. Call all next week.
V Ol A BROADWAY.- HIM YOINO'S FRENCH AND
I, iir English School, for pupil* of both (sisa, will re(pen
dn Monday. September SO. The pupils are dally eiereleed
in aapadloue gymnasium. 8ead for olrculara.
' RBHOIODH NOTICB8.
V* th?~church or our saviour -biith uki.
JV versallst, Thlrtv flfth street, between Fifth and Sixth evepnje^JRev.
Dr. Flsk, of Canton, N. Y. Morning at 19\
C?. LUKiPS M. B. CHURCH, FORTY-FIRST STREET,
p Bear Sixth avenue.?Preaching at 10)? A. M. and 7U
f. M-, by Rev. R. 8. Footer, D. D.
rPIfi^NKW ?ABTOR, REV." W H. FELIX, WrLt
-1 preach at the rilgrlm Hautlst Church, West T^lrty-thlrd
tlreei. between eighth and Ninth avenuea, this morning at
H o clock; also In the evening at tig o'clock. Subject for
Ue evenlns service?"Christ Dlspoisesilng Satan." Strangers
frre cordially Invited to attend.
M RTINCJ?DM JS, BIRDS, &C.
j? i*u RINUB ur rANOY IMKIS ALD BIRDS FOB
k.?Mtdlclntt for all dlatyea. Proptrtd Food for
DOVEY'S, OracD* (trnl, aornsr
1W. B?L?dl?a aU?nd*d by Mr*. Dor?r.
AlVo?2S!1i,J2.,?th^IC5 0008 ANU MEDICINES.A
FRANCIS BUTLKR, No. I Pack 1110. Hull?r'? InfaUt"
?*21' S5T? * Eiwrminaior, lit. Butler'* new
[ . i work, W- Kilr? Blook and Traload Doga. Dot Ott far eon'0RT#
or **D
j * MOKH, g Ckatk*** Kraal
KOA ORAND STREET.-WM. HURON'S olij^ PISTOL
DZ? and ptahtni Taekl* <101*1 lb* nbaapaat la lb* lilr 1
p'Urs Md repairing Ik Iha b**t maauar.
k.
E NE"
NE1
THB TIJRF.
Prospect park pair oround association
Pill Trolling Heeling.
TUESDAY. THUHSIlAY and SATURDAY,
Mjiiombwl^ 16 nod IS,
pifl.000 In premiums.
The programme will i>e announced at an earl* day.
MARTIN KALBFLElSCjJ, President
f Edward P Momit, Secret*ry.
HOH HB8, C A R HIA <; B8, AC.
AT JOHNSTON * VAN TASRKLL'S,
ARCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER,
HORSE AUCTION MAKT,
111 Kaai Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue.
REGULAR BALER every iUbSDAY AND FRIDAY.
Oenllemen having private establishments wbleb tbey wleb
lo dispose of. or those wishing to purchase anything to lb*
bore* line, will And It to their advantage to call on ue.
Our dealioga are almost exclusively with merchaote and
business men, and our establishment le conducted on the
aame straightforward principle! which govern honorable
people In otner branches of trade.
flood stabling for boreee at private eale.
We live llie purehaaer of every bora* that I* warranted
eound twenty-four hours for trial. _
OUR DOWN TOWN OFPICB 18 AT NO. 39 NASSAU
STREET, opposite the Poet ofllcr, where a register le kept of
horaea, carriages, Ac., at private and public eale*. Liberal
advances made o* everything in the borte line.
AT JOHN8TON A VAN TASSELL'S
Auction Mart, IIS Eaat Thirteenth street, near fourth
avenue, oa Tuesday, August M. at It o'clockt
'* * If not sold previous at private eale,
the while Stallion Rock, sired by a wild horse of tbe Roeky
Mountains and dan by a thoroughbred English mare. He le
14% banda high. 0 yeare old, kind in all barneee, racks and
paces under saddle; freo from vice; paces In three minute*
and warranted sound, kind and true; Is one of tbe finest stallions
in lb* country for style, aotion and beauty, not to be
surpassed; Is now oa exhibition at lb* above marl until ti me
of sal*.
Auction kalf. of valuable horses?the rubtcrlber
will offer for tale at bit (table*, In MlilUlelowo,
N Y., ?6 mile* from New York by Erie Railroad, hi* enure
lock of Hone*, except bla italllon Middlatowo, on lb*
34th day of Auguat, I WW,
at 10)f o'clock in tTi* forenoon.
HI* *tock couaiat* of Road lloraea. Carriage Uor***,
Star Breeding Mare*,
and
Sixteen Stallion*, *lx of which are by Ry*dyk'? Hambletonlan
and ten by Mlddletown: In all 35 head.
ro*itiv*ly OQ lb* Mth of Auguit, 1WTJ, at lOH o'clock.
d. b. ihwin.
A -our mext regular sale, tuesday mth, at
11 M., will comprtte aome of tbe tineat trotting, road
and farm Stock of tbe *ea*ou.
JOHN L. VANPKWATKR, Auctioneer, M Duane-at.
A GENTLEMAN'S ENTIRE STABLE FOR SALE?A
most complete, elegant aad ftrit clan outfit, conalatlag
of?
Matohed pair dappled brown Hor*e?, M)4 hand*, 1 and
year*old; atylleh and perfect; llambletonlan and Abdallah;
good (Ingle and under tbe *addl*; tbe nigb bone one of tbe
out alrllah (addle boree* in tb* city.
Bar Patcben irotlin* Mare, black point*, 16)6 band*, 6
year*old; perfect; ean trot in 3:60 In condition.
Park Fbaeton, nearly new. In complete order; made by
Dulenbury to order; eoet 91,100.
Shifting top Wagon, with Pole and Shaft*, surly new;
mad* by Dueenbury; In perfect order; coat $460.
Set ot Fbaeton Harne**, city mad*; new and In perfect
order: of beat ctyle and quality.
Set light double Harne**; city made; good order.
Set light (Ingle Harne**: oily made; nearly new.
Llrerr driving Coach, blue Cloth, with Cape; i|Ulte new;
coat MS. Eniilah Kereey Carrlaie. Blanket*. while wool
Stable Blanket*. with Hood* to match; Sheen, Ac.; Wolf
Robe*, Saddle, Bridle, Whip*, Mats, Ac., Ac.
Thl* property, la aver? respect, t* Hrat class, elegant, new
and substantial; no be aeen at BARKER A HAMLIN'S city
auctloD mart, corner Broadway and Thtrty-ulnth atrcct,
wbere It will be on private sale until Wedneeday, August 26;
will tban be aold at auction If not previously disposed of, as
lb* ewner Is about to sail for Europe.
N. B.?Colored Coachmen can be hired; first clan reference
given. Also Htablelo let for one year. Apply aa abore.
A HALF SISTER TO LADY THORN, IAS, TEAR!
old; eound; gait unexceptionable; no puller; will show
1:45 or better; at little more tban half ber real value.
Mansion Stables, Seventh avenue and Forty-second street.
A FINE TEAM ROAD HORSF.9, OVER 15k HANDS,
bay and well matched; can ahow 8 minutes: kind everv
way and never afraid; can be warranted perfectly sound ; T
years old. Address fm Drivers, Herald office.
A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES?CA RKIAGK8,
Velocipedes, Harness. Immense stock second banu ao.l
slightly soiled Carriage* very low. Call and eiamlne before
purchasing elsewhere. All Stvles n?w Carriages.
CALVIN WITTY, m Broadway.
A BARGAIN IN SECOND HAND AND SLIGHTkY
soiled Carnages, I Depot Wagon, 4 Buggies, 2 Rockaways,
1 Phaeton, large assortment new Carriages and Harness
at reduced price* at OALVIN WITTY'B, 688 Broadway.
A?SECOND HAND PHAETONS, CABRIOLETS, BUG
. giea, Depot Wagons, Dog Carts, Wagonettes, at half
price for this week lo make room for new work.
UAM*8, Fourth street and Lafayette place.
Achoicb lot or trucks for sale-amono
tbem a second hand single Truck, as good aa new. Call
, at No. 18 Ninth avenue, comer of Thirteen! b street.
A GOOD BHCOND HAND co ACQ; ALSO A LARGE
assortment of Coacbea, Clarences, Rretts. Phaetons.
Sid* Springs, one and two seat J aggers, 100 Wagona, new
and second band by elty makers; a very fine Coupe and oue
second hand Dog Cart, Harness, Sheets, Nets, Whip*, Ac.,
Ac., very cheap, at wm. H. GRAV'S Empire Carriage Repository,
SO, 12, M and W Wooater street.
DIHTTUK'S UIU WAniT'U. ?A LIUHT DOCTOR'S UIH,
to rood order; wooden springs and leather brace* preferred.
Address Dr. CYPERT, ilUo Eaat Thirty-sljtb atreel.
Bear Third avenue.
yOR SALE-A PAIR OF FANCY MATCHED HORSES,
I1 one pure white, the other Jet black; sound and gentle,
about U)i band! high and for style cannot be beaten: sale
for a lady to drive. Alto a buy Mare, by Kysdyk's Hambletonlan,
4 rear* old. 1B)( han ti high, long tall, kind In single or
double harness, but has never been driven but a few times;
bow* a Rood salt and will make a very fast mare. Apply at
private stable 111 Writ Twenty-alzth atreet.
For 8ALE?OENTLEMAN'8 ROAD MARE, BLAOK, 7
year* o!d, 16 hands; aound, kind; can trot In three
minute* or less; sold for want of use. Addreu A. C. G.,
boi 121 Herald ofllce.
FOR SALE-HANDSOMB BAY MARE, 16Jtf HANDS
blch, young, lound, kind and gentle; easy rider; a
lady'i bone, for carriage or fiddle.
J. C. BROWKR, 122 Cumberland atreel, Brooklyn.
For sale-vbry stylish black horse, i# hands
high, young, aound and last. luquireat (table 10 East
Nineteenth street.
For sale-some good secondhand half and
and full spring no top and some shifting top Wagons;
also a Phaeton, by Miner k Steven*, and on# lit ourselves.
DUSENBL RY A VAN DUHKK, iai and 137 Cbryati* street.
FOR SALE-ONE NEW OPEN BAROUCHE, ONE SEC!ond
hand curtain Coach, one Coupe.Rockaway ; also
one curtain Rockaway, at POMROtf'S carriage factory. JM
wni Tweniy-mfcntD aireet.
f^OB BALE CHEAP?A PINE HOR88, POR CITY OR
JD country us* Apply a? 447 Wert Tvreutyilxtb street.
FOR SALE CHEAP?ONE TWO-HORSE TRUCK, IN !
good order. Apply at S2S Kul Eleventh street. I
. ___ I
ONE BAT HOR8E, 81X YEARS OLD, BOUND AND '
kind. Id all narness . alio Grocer's Wagon and Harness, 1
in complete order. Inquire at Washington Blables, Twentyslxtb
street and 81x1b avenue. <
SHETLAND PONT, WITH PHAETON, HARNESS AND
Saddle, all complete, nearly new and In perfect order.
Can l>e seen at private stable No. 118 Weet Thirty-fifth strssL 1
Cost $800. Win sell cheap. ' J I
OTABLB PURNITURK-OP IRON, OP WROUUHT,
D cast and of wire; Ventilating Stall Partitions, Posts, Hay
Boxes, Hay Racks, Mangers, Brackets, Ac.; also copper
Weather Vanee, perfect models of the horses Dexter, Mouu|
tain Hot, Ethan AJIen, Kentucky, Ac. Manufactured b? J.
W. FI8KE. ItO Nassau street.
rpwo WAOON8-MU8T BE SOLD - A ROCKAWAY AND
J. shirting lop Buggy, sullable for doctor or collector; price
f 10 and flit: In runningorder.
W. T. MOGER, 2Z4 K?st Twenty-fourth street.
Wanted a horse, bay, oray or rorrel, le 1
hands high, thai can show 1M to the pots; big gatad t
easy disposition; no puller. Address, with particulars ana
price, W. J. CONNELL, hoi 8M Post oflce.
YACHTS, 8TBAMBOATW, Ar.
S^OR BALE?THE CELEBRATED 8CHOONKR YACHT
enrtMta, tlO tons hrden, old measurement, winner at the
(Teat ocean yacht raee to Cowee, England, In ltM, tin wbleh
skemade the extraordinary nia ef m miles In M hours!, and
set era) other ocean races. The Henrietta has been on a eruiee
U Ike West Indies, but has returned to Nsw York. Wktle
on her voyage from Key West to Charleston she made (
a run of MO mllee during rough weather, showing that
she baa lost oooa of bar speed. The Henrietta haa a comae*- 1
dloua saloon, handeomely lilted ?p, with a large stateroom on '
Ika atarboard aide, three other eta erooma and two staterooms
forward for aflleera. The cabin furniture, kitchen
utensils, Ac., are In complete order, and the.reaael will be put
Inreadlneee logo lo tea immediately. The Henrietta will
compare favorably, for epeed and aeagolng quallllee,
with any yacht In thla country or England. For particulate
addreae J. ANDERSON Herald office, New Tork. i
For ?alr-thb celebbatbd tacht batonnb
winner of the flret prlie lo the Union Regatta of the
Rrooklvn Yuntil Club and winner ef the flret price In the
Bayonne Varhl Club Unloo Regatta; will be eold cheap. Apply
to P. MoUIEHaN. Balterrllle, H. J.
FOR BAfcB OR BXCHANOB FOR A CABIN BOAT-A '
ew Tacht, JH feet long, very faet. For particulars inquire
of Mr. OAOE, ftl Liberty atreek Boat can be eeen foot
of Fifty-seventh street, North rim. ,
OAII. BOAT WANTED?UNDER SO FEET ; MUST BR A '
O bargain. Addrtee, with deecrlptlon and cub price,
a. P. WHKtLEB, Herald ofllce. '
STCAM TACHT FOR CALK. A F1HB MODBLLBD
ifurn yacht, M feel long, UM feet beam, IVlnob tquare
cylinder, well found end Id complete ninnlne order, for aale
cheap, Blie l* ?err economical la the Item of futi. Addreee
Dolphin, New Vori Herald ofllce.
BVK8 AND BA#8.
Artificial human ryes, madb from a nrw i
materiel, on ad Improved principle.?Dlecovoied end
introduced bj T. J. DAVIS. Dpttet, to tbe principal military <
nd elvll hnnpltale In tbe United Rtatee, the only practical <
artut in America, 1*7 Emi Fifieeutb ?tree\, between Third i
and Fourth avenue* j \ l
IV YO
7f YORK, SUNDAY, AUGl
DRV UOODH. !
A LIVELY 1RAHK ALL SUMMER
Tbr>*? prlcee do the bualnes*.
Juil bought. big loll, nearly half prlc*
We ?fTi 10 morrow, (or caah only,
lft.000 y*rds heavy Musllna, 10c.; told elaewuere, lie10,000
yards Ana unbleached, 10c.; told elsewhere, luo.
16,000 jarda eitra yard wide unbleached, lilfcc , worth 18a.
10,000 yai da extra 4-4 Sheeting, 12)?e. , regular price, 18c.
10,000 yarde floe yard wide while Mualin,l3\e.; worth 18e.
10,000 yard* heavy yard wide white, 12)$c.; regular price,
l*c.
10 balea heavy while Sheeting 4 4, lt^c.; worth 18o.
Lower priced Mualine, 8e , 9c. and Inc.
Tkeee llfec Muslin* ar* all a yard wide, exeellent quality
and were retailed laat week for Ike They were bought of a
speculator for caah, and are 6c. a yard under regular rate*.
To avow their falling Into the hands of merchants, we have
decided not to sell to any one person more lhan 20 yards?as
much lees as Ibey wlab. Also, from auction, Dress Ooods,
Alpaca*. Flannels, Cssslmeres, Table Linens, Towels, Black
Bills, Shawls, .to., Ac., at almost any price yon wish.
Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Jersey City and Hobokeo people
can save nearly one-balfDy buying of ue.
FOSTi-H BROTHER8. Eighth avenue, near Eighteenth street,
and FOSTER BROTHERS, m Bleecker street.
AT F. DE PERCEVAL'S, 739 BROADWAY, OPPOSITE
A stor plac?,
at very low prices
Children's Cloaks, Coats and Capes, Blouse*. Bulla, Backs,
Preaaea, Ac.: Infante' Wardrnbea, flips, merino Sack*,
Waists, Bibs, Baskets, Caps and Bonnets, Ac., Ac.
Varieties of Sun Hals and Nurses' Cap*.
Ladles' Spencers, Coraet Covera, ISklrte, Klght flown*,
Drawers. Full line of embroidered Hanja l'i? Chemlaea, Ac.
liandaome Initials and Monoamine em In older ed to order.
Stamping and atamped good*.
AT. 8TEWART A CO
continue to r*?*lf*
by tacb and every steamer
full lines of
Blaek and Colored Ribbons, In
TalTel*, tiros Grain tod Satin.
Elegant NoreUlee lu
Bash Ribbons.
comprising
Plain colors, of the newest Paris shade*.
Blacks, of extra quality and all widths, from 6 to II Inches.
Fancies In Ecossals, Hay*. Algeria*
and Brocbr.
Roman Scarf*.
la great variety.
Broadway, Fourth avenue and Tenlh street.
AT. STEWART A CO.
are constantly receiving
the latest Parisian Styles To
lllks. Dress liooda, Ladlee' and Children'*
Vndergarmenta, Embroideries, Laces,
reai inaia camel s unit eutwii,
Alexandra'* celebrated Kid Ulotei,
Ac., Ac.,
and arc
making large addition*
to all their popular Hock* of
Drsss Good* at 26c p?i yard,
Ac., Ac
Broadway, Fourth aTsau* and fnl> iln?l.
AT. STEWART k CO.
ara receiving
novelties id
Moqueltes, Royal Wlliooa, Croseley1*
Velveti, English Brussels and Tapeali*
Brussels,
the Aral Imported.
And are also offering
large assortment of
beat quality Pari* Moquettra, real
Aimluatera, brusaele, Ac-, Ac.,
at greatly reduced prlcea.
Broadway, Fourth avenue and Tenth itreet.
AT MMB. IOOUROUX'8,12a FOURTH AVENUE, NEAR
the corner of Twelfth atreet, Stamping, Imported Embroidery
and Lingerie; ladlee' and babies' Trouseeaux; >p?clalty
of Initiate, Monograms for handkerchief*, table and
bed cloth*.
AT MADAM COLLINS* (ELEVB DE MMB. FLORINS
Lefevre) Dressmaking establishment, M Weat Klerenth
atreet, ladles can rely on getting- perf ect Oiling Ureases made
and trimmed in latest Parisian style; ladle* visiting the city
solicited to oall.
Bargains in poplins and 6Kroes.
A. T. STEWART A CO.
will open on Monday. August 33,
Floe qiialltv high colored Plaid Poplins at 50c. per fvi
Kttra fine high colored Plain Poplina at 76c. per yard.
All wool Serges only 76c. per yard.
Beat quality lush l'opllns $2 60.
Also
M Silk Chain*. Qriislll* and satin-fared Poplin, Plal# BlagititAla.
fm iiitli An.. Ar .
i proportionately low tirloea.
Stranger! ?u0 reaiileuta of our neltfuboring eltlea are reapecifuily
invited 10 eiaralne the above, wbicb, lu price and
quality. will hi- found to beeitremely attractive.
Broadway, Pourtb avenue and Tcntb atreel.
j^HUSSELS CARPETS.
E of llib Bodr Bruaaei* Carpet*,
Hew Deaigna
aod
flood Quality,
for aal*
at retail
At Low Prlcee.
duo. eTHTiyatt,
V8 Canal itrect,
Between Broadway and Centre at
CIORNYN BROTHERS WILL OFFER ON MONU4T,
J A usual S3.
A large clock ot French Prints ana Dress Goods.
Brocbe, Paisley and Mourning Shawle,
Great reduction In Summer Lireaa Good*.
Lawn Robe* only (I 75; Dren (>oo<ia tOc., former price
Lace Shawls, $8, wortb 916; at $12 60, worth Q3&
Extra Bne Waterproof only f 1; Balmoral Skirts, 90o.
Black Sllka and Lireaa Good* at low prloea at
CORWYM BROS., <W Eighth ay., corner Thirty fourth at.
/ 1ARPETS, 0ARPET8, CARPETS,
\J tn great variety of pattern and atyla of workmanship,
Bruaaela, Tapeatry. Three-ply, Super and Power loom.
Ingrain and Hamp Carpet R<ir?, Man, Matting.
Curtain*, Cornice*, Window Shade*,
for Ml* at lower prlcea than can be *old by any oth?r bouM
In lb* oily.
Furniture, Furniture, Furniture.
Tbe largeet atock lu New Yorx of
Parlor, Chamber, Offloe anu Kltehen Furniture,
In rich medium and plain make, to be aold regardleta of eoit
for a few daya. Good* warranted ae represented and dellvered
free, at the large wboleaale and retail warerooma 486,
488 Eighth avenue, ttf. JW, 871 Thirty-fifth itreet, adjoining.
D. KELLY, aucceaaor to U. O'rarrell.
FRANK'S, 1,1W BROADWAY. CORNER TWENTY,
ninth itreet.-Ladlea out of town wanting Zephyr
Worateda. Wonted Material*, Fancy Good*. Small Waiee.
Qlore*. Hoalery, Trimming*, Ac., should aenri tbelr order* to
FRANK'S, l,lfcU Broadway. Orderi by mall promptly at
tended to.
TENNIN08 REDIVfTTS.
U Tbe veritable w T. would Intimate to hie old patron* that
lie ba* itruok a blow for liberty from the tbraldom of uoforlultou*
circumstance*, at bl* looality of yore !1S3 Broadway,
and by lb* eicrclae or tbe good ta*te aud *kill a* a m?rcb*a(
allor wblcb for many year* gar* a pr*e*denc* lo bla wl? ?*labll*hm*nt
b* hope* to receive tbal eucouragameoi wblcb
will lighten the pathway of the future, and eoahle hiu> to
olr* tbe queatlon aa tu whether a man cao bare enough pro
r***ed friend* lo till eburcb without baring *o*ugb r*al
Friend* to ail the pulpit
Madame f. finchon,
ID Hi-eeoort place,
ib closing oul tbe balance of her t arn aummer Walking Cot,ume*
and dreate* at greatly reduced pricee.
vjkw oooi)3.?Fall um.
LOKD A TAYLOR
WU) offer, at retail, on Monday, Anguil U,
full line of
rani and London No value*,
In
rrlnta,
n?M?.
WMMTti
Ink Bilk*.
Silk and Wool MUtorea,
Robaa,
Robaa do Chambra,
Bbawle, Ac-, Ac.,
licluelrely of tkati *w? importation
No*. Ml to M* Hro?dway, corn*! Grand (treel
Mm. 1U to Mi 'IraoJ aircel. coroei Chryette.
^jROANDlh*.
Wa art clotlof out a beautiful lino of
CHINTZ Fhil'RED KRENCFI OROAND1EB,
it Mo. per faro, which oal nearly We to Import AIM,
Black Alpacaa,
k Yard wide, at ttc. and uuwarde.
FIdo Hulrtlng at 11)fc.
Prlata, feel eolora, at IM.,
and
at) wool Flannal* at 36o. par yard, Ac., Ac.
BIMDKN * BRADBl'RY,
(lata with Lord A Taylor*.
SI'i and 114 Bowery,
ona dooi below Blaackar RrrtC
MII.MNKKV. H3H
If MR. IMOGKNB WALTON. 189 BROADWAT, WILL
1U arrive Tuesday, Atitual M, by lha cleaner rerelra,
tvttb iba latoat aofeluea? Bonnet*, Round I lata, Plowara and
Faalbara.
LOAN OFFICES.
AT77 BLERCKER STREET, UP STAIRS, NEAR BROADway,
money liberally adranced on dlamonda, walcbaa,
jewelry, Ac., or tba eame bought. Pawnbroker!' tlckau
AT J. A. JACKSON'S, NO. AM ITT STREET, NEAR
Broadway.-Liberal adrancea made an Dlamonda,
Watckee, Jewelry, Dry Oooda and peraonal property of erery
laaorlplloD. Same bought and eold.
ATM) BROADWAY,
n. *
Liberal adranca* m*d* on Diamond*, |
Watrhe*, J*w*lry, Hilki, Ao. Thtumi
bought tod aold. 1
JAMBS P. MATTHKWR.
IUbctm May I lo room No. 1, mm ioor.
niAHOKM, WATCHER. JKWRLRT AND SILVER
1J w*r* bought and mnn*T loaned on them by d. 0. ALLKN,
111 Broadway, ana door balow Canal *tra?t.
!)Q NAbSAU STREET, OPPOBITB POST OPPICR.OiJ
Llbtral advanc** mad* on Diamond*, Watch**, J*w*lry
and all kind* *r HtrcbaodlM, or tb* ** # bou?bi. Bmt wt
itrtaUy prirkM, Rooo No. L I
UK H
J ST 22. i8t;9.--TRIPLE SHI
_F1NANOIAl^._ _ _
A DOUBT BELMONT A CO.
Iseue latter* of credit for tra??Jlera* um on
Meaar*. ROTHSCHILD,
In Parte, London, Frankfort and Vlnnna, and tbelr eoireapondeula
In all I tie principal cltlea of Ktirop?. Also make
telegraphic tranefera oo California and Europe.
A-MONKY LOANED AT LEGAL RATH8, ON FIRST
rlaai ally property. Flril and secund mortgagee caabel
? low rale*. M. A. J LYNCH, Tl tadar atreel.
Bonds of booth kidk railroad company of
Long Island; alio Mexican Bond*, wanted by
ALUKKT H. N1COLAT,
43 1'lna itreet.
FOR 8ALR-NKW YOKK CITY RAILROAD STOCKS
and bcrHa ln?ur*oce, Rank, Oa*llglit and MaatifacturIngRtnrka
alar a i*rga rarietv of Railroad Honda and oilier
Keciirille* paiiu* good dividend*, at low ralea tor Invent
menu, by ALBERT H. NICOLAY,
" 6<oc* Broker and Auctioneer,
No. 43 Pina alreet.
N. B?All aecurltlr* not dealt In at the New York Stock
Exchange Boar In receive apeclal attention, aa baa been tba
cmtoro wltb tbla home for many year*.
HOWE8 k MACY, BANKERS
<THK SAME AS AN INCORPORATED bank),
80 WALL 8treet, NEW TORK,
POU8 PER CENT INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Persona dealrou* of receiving lutareat for Ibelr money and
having it al all tlmee subject to check on demand, can do ao
Dy depoaltlng WITH Tlil.S BANK, which allow! Inters*! on
the entire dally balances at the rate of FOUK PER CENT
per annum.
Collectlona made on any part of the world, wltb Immediate
returue, al the loweil current rates.
Order* for purchase or aale of stocks, bonde or gold
promptly executed.
Morton Bliss a co.,
30 Brnad street,
lieu* Circular Nolea and Circular Lettert of Credit for trareW
lera; aleo Commercial Credit*, available In all pari* of
Kuiwp*.
OFFICE OF THE pacific MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP*ny,
Nkw Tobk, Annual 18,1M9.
Fobtt-fibst Dividind.?Notice le hereby given that iba
Board of Director* have ible day declared a dividend of three
(S> pet cent out of the net earnlogaof tbe quarter ending July
31, 1MW,jpayabla at tbe company'a ofllce Wednesday, Septem
Deri. 1 ue trjinsu-r books will be cloned Friday, August JO.
*t S^P. If., and reopened Tburiday, September 2,1609, alio
By order of the Board of Director*.
THEODORE T. JOHNSON, Secretary.
OrnCB OP THE COLORADO GOLD AND SILVER
Or* Separating Company, No. 71 Broadway.
Nolle*.- The annual meeting of tb* stockholder* of tbl*
company, for the election of thirteen trustees for the ensuing
year, will be b*ld at tbl* office on Wednesday, tbe 8th of Sep.
leniber next, at 11 M. The poll will r*ma n open till S P. M.
Tbe Iransfer book will be closed on tbe 4th of September.
JOSKI'H HAOAN, Secretary.
New Toik, August 14,1H9.
PITTS BUBO, PORT WAYNE AND CHICAGO RAILWAY
Coaspaay.
Orrici or Winbi.ow, Lanibb M Co.,)
TBANSFBB AQBNTS, >
Nl\v Yobk. August #, 1889. )
The book* for tb* transfer of tbe slock of Ibis Company
will clo*e on Tueaday, tb* lOtb of August, 1809, al I P. M.,
for lb* purpose of enabling lb* perioo* holding slock at that
tlm* to convert tb* sara* into tb* guaranteed (lock to b* U ued
In *xcbang* therefor.
Tbe stock to 6e Issued In exchange will be entitled lo dividend*
at tb* rat* of seren per cent per annum, payabl*
Quarterly on tbe Tuesday following lb* lira! Monday of January,
April, July and October, In *acb y*ar, out of to* rental
r*s*rved under tbe lease to tb* Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany, and sucb dividends will be payable fre* of tb* Incom*
iai of tbe United States government, and of all taie* wblcb
may b* collected in any manner through or by means of tb*
corporation owning th* road, or the corporation leasing
lb* same?tbe payment of all *uch taxes being assumed by
tbe lessees.
One hundred and seventy-one shares will be ls*u*d la ex
ouaugv iui cnvu vuv uuuuieu aiiarnfl ui iu? prweui huck. 1
Perl oca entitled to receive the fractional part of a (hare will
receive acrlp not entitled to dividend* until aggregated.
The fractional part of a (bare due In exchange being threelerentha
of a enure on every one hundred abarca, will be
oooverted, and the avalla Included In the caah dividend to be
hereafter made out of the auiphia aueta of the company
when outatandlng accounta thai) be aeltled.
The book* will be opened for the exchange of atooki on
Tueartny, tne 24th day or Auguat, 1869.
By order of the Executive Committee.
WINBLOW, LANIER A CO.,
Tranafer Agent*, No. "7 Pine alreaL
Pacific railway gold loan.
Maura DABNEV, MOKOAN A CO., S3 Exchange place,
and M K. JEHl'P * CO, 12 Pine it reel. New York, oiler
lot aala ibe Bond* of tbe Kanaaa Pacific Railway. Tbeae
bond* pay (even per cent, in sold I have thirty year* to ran :
are free rrorn government tnnutlon; are aecured by a land
great of three million acrea or tbe flneat lanJa in Kanaaa and
Colorado. In addition to thla apeclal grant tbe company
alao own* three mllllona of acre* In Kanaaa,
which are being rap idly aold to develop the country and Improve
the road. They are a ilrai mortgage upon the extenalon
of tbe road from Sheridan, Kanaaa, to Denver, Cola
rado. The road In operation now earaa more than enough
net toeome to pay the Intereat on the new loan. There le no
better eecurtty In tbe market?tbia being In eome reepeei*
better than government *ecurltlee. Principal and Intereat
payable In gold. Price 98, and accrued Intereat, In currency.
PanipblaH, aaape and olrrular* furolibed on application.
Heal estate?monet to loan on bono and
> mortgage, and Mortgage* purcbaaed without any delay,
having a year or *o to run.
WILLIAM KENNEUT, 8? riueetreet.
Seven per cent bonds ?
of the City of New Orleana.
*. * It. BELilMHAN A IX).,
lukm, M Emhange place. New Voik,
offer for sale ll.9W.NIII Keren Per Cent Teeoii lri frir
Bonds of the city of New Orleeni, laausd un.ler ibe <> of
tbe Legislators of Louisiana; approved 17th of February,
IMS. at aeventr Are cente and accrued interest.
Tbe undsrslcnsd confidently recommend tbeae Ronda 10 caf>ltellets
aa a Oral claee Inreetmeut, and they will take pleaaure
o affording full Information respecting tbeaama.
Tbe intereat on aald Honda for one rear In adrance ha* already
been prorlded for and depoaltcd with tbe Uoulbert
Bank, the flacal agent of tbe cltv of New Orleana.
Tbe punctual payment to the flacal ageot by tbe elty of
New Orleana of the iDlereal on tbeae Honda Is Imperatival/
died by law, and tber will oonatitute a flrat mortgage on all
ibe real estate of the , Hy of New Orleana, now moderately
estimated at $l#0,0p0,000. after tbe conaolldated debt, whlcli
will aoon be rillogulsbed by the annual tai of (WO,DUO.
Tbe Intareat coupons of tbess Bonds are payable In the
cltv of New York on tbe first of September and the first of
March, and tl fiscal agent of the elty of New Orlsans will
promptly pre ride for, aud bare tbe earns paid, at the counter
of Ibe Cbem<cal National Bank of Ibis city.
A limited amount of tbees desirable Bonds will be disposed
of at tha rats a bore named (say 76 and Inlet eel) If applied
for between now and the first of Heptember next, snd In case
of an eirees 01 demand for tbe same tbs undersigned will
award the Bonds to lbs first applicant.
The right Is reserved of advancing ibe rale opon the**
Boude after tbe first of September, a. e.
J. A W PELIOMAW A CO.
fJMiN-TWENTY BONOS
SKHI.UOI
1W
J0NDB_0r
BUCHANANCOCNTT,
TATE OF MISSOURI.
ISSUED BY A SPECIAL VOTE 01 TflB PEOPLE, AT
AN ELECTION HELtTFoB THIS PURPOSE.
TWFMTV VKini to ins.
witv rat option or pavTnu then aptev ten
tearb,
BEARING TEN PER CENT INTEREST, PAYABLE ?EM1
ARNUALLY. ON 1ST OP JULT AND JANUARY,
AT~THE
RARE Or AMERICA.
NEW rORK,
F1BB OP GOVERNMENT TAX.
PIINClfAt rATABLE IN NEW YORK.
TAXABLV wealth OP COUNTT fl?,?M,00?
DSBt, IHCLCO.Kff IHEBB BONUS, ONLY.... ?tQO,000
PBICB ?l 1'NT1L~8EPTEMBBE I REIT.
POR BALK
by
IARNER A CO.,
BANKERR.
No. 49 WALL STREET,
NEW YORK.
W? Uk# pleainre In rocommrnrilng tbee? Bonda u I par
fectly wf? ?n<l reliable Inreetment, and will furnlih inferMl
ton relating thereto.
tanner a co.
Valuable quicksilver mine roR RaliC
Whole or In part. Addreea HENRY O. HANKS, bo I
1,180 Fo?t office. Ban Prancleoo, CaL
AAA TO LOAN-ON FIRST MORTOAOR, IMmediately
on New York or Brooklyn real
eetate. Prlnclpale only need apply.
BUCKLB k DATV, 1CT Broadway, room M.
AAA TRUST FUNDS TO LOAN, IN SUMS
IpZU.UUvJ of as,000 and 910,0(10, on flret elm# elt?
property. Principal* only may apply to LBVKRBTT 0.
SyOMKLL, H Plne^troet.
dbun aaa 1,0 loan on bond and mortoagr,
iflOu.UUU on Brit claie olty Real Retate, In mine
from $6,000 to $80,000. Pint and Second Mortgagee wanted.
HINMAN * SOU, ? Pine Hreet.
(M fit Ml ^W\rt T0 advance upon bond and
iBJL.I'" J Mort?me? In large or until aiuna;
Mortgage* bought or (old. lnT??lm?nu alw?r? oo hand lor
capitalist*. BTANLKY DAY, Ml Broadway.
WANTKD TO PURCHASE.
W"~ XNTRD-A IKOOND HAND HORIZONTAL 8TRAM
Fnrln# of modern ?trl?, hbout 10 hj V>. Addr*u, with
rartl?ula/i, M. U. CBEAMM A flOM, 1 i PMt Mm
ER AL
SET.
_ EUROPEAN HTEAM9HIP8.
Reduced rates.
London sod New Tork Steamship Line.
Steamer* fortnightly to London direct from pier No. S North
river. Passage el $M, ?1# and >80. currcncy.
ATALANTA Aug. M CORDOVA Sept. *?
CELLA Seplll BELLONA Oct.*
For patssge to Hamburg, Bremen, llarre, Parle, Antwerp
ad Hutterdam at ebeapest currenev rates apply to
ROBERT N. CLARK, M Broadway.
For freight to HOWLAND t ASPIN WALL M South el
STEAM TO ANTWERP,
calling at Southampton.
INK AN LINE.
CITT OF DUBLIN September 1
For freight or passage apply to
JOHN O DALE, Agent,
14 Broadway, New York.
THE HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
Iron mall eteamebip
HAMMONIA.
Captain Meier, carrying tbe Untied States mails, will tall en
Tueeday, Auguat 'it, 186V, at 3 r. M l or
HAMBURG,
taking pasaenger* for Hamburg, Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Flret cabin. $1*0, Second Cabin, 972 ; Hteei age, ?ltt, gold.
Payable to United States gold.
Tbe SILESIA to call August 81.
KUNHARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARD t BOAS,
General Agent*. General Passeoger Agente.
(1 Broad etreet, N. 7. No. t Barclay street, N. Y.
T)EOULAR LINE
IV For Puerto Plata. Samana and St. Domingo City.
The favorite steamer TYHEE, Captain E. A. Delaney. will
leave for tbe above porta on Saturday, August 21, at 8 o'clock
P. M. precisely, from pier No. 4 North river.
Foi freight or nissage, having superior accommodation*,
apply to SPOFFOBD, TILESTON A CO.. 28 Broadway.
CU'NARD LINE.
J THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL,
CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
Scotia...Wednesday, Aug. 25 Tripoli Thursday. Sept. I
Malta Thursday, Aug. M Russia..Wednesday. Sept H
Cuba Wednesday, Seot. 1 Siberia....Thursday Sept. IJ
Tarlfa. Thursday, Sept I Java... .Wednesday. Sept 23
China Wednesday. Sept. * Palmyra. .Thursday, Sept. 23
RATES OF PAS8AGE.
By the Wednesday steamers, not carrying steerage.
First Cabin $I<ju gold. Second Cabin $fc gold.
First Cabin to Paris $144 gold.
By the Thursday steamers.
Pint Cabin C80 cold. Steerage $30 currency.
Steerage tickets from Liverpool ana Queenstown and all
parte of Europe, at lowest rates.
Tbrough bills of lading given fcr Belfast, Glasgow, Havre,
Antwerp and other ports on th* Continent, and for Mediterranean
porta.
For freight and cabin paaaage apply at the Company'* of
net, no. < Bowling m?n.
For steerage puuii, at 111 Broadway, Trinity Building.
_ CHAS. Q. FtUNOKLYN, At.pT
The north germ an lloyd's
Sieamsoip MAIN. Captain K. V. Oterendorf, will sail,
carrying iba United Blataa mall, from tba Bremen plar,
foot of Third (treat. Hoboken.
Ob THURSDAY, Auguat W, I860,
for
BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON,
taking passengers to
LONDON. HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON and BREMEN, At
tba following rata*, payable In gold
Plratcabin.;. !?)
Secona cabin..,. w Gold.
Tblro cabin
Sleerajie from Bremen.. ,.$40,gold.
To ba followed by the steamship NEW YORK, Captala
W. Norrtenholt, on Saturday, August 28.
For freight or passage applT to
OELR1CH8 k CO.. 88 Broad slreet
STEAM TO gUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
From New York onlj $30, iteerage.
nebraska Guard Wedneaday, Aug. M
MANHATTAN Foreytb Wednesday, Sept 1
From pier 46 North river.
Cabin passage $80, gold.
Passage from and to New York, Paris, Hamburg, Rotterdam,
Ac- Oralis on Ireland, England, France and Germany
at lowest rales.
Apply to WILLIAMS k Ql'ION, ? Broadway.
Notice?the splendid steamship Nebraska,
Captain Guard, will sail from Pier 46 North river, for
Queenstown and Liverpool direct, on Wednesday, August 16,
at 4 o'clook P. M., preciseir. Cabin passhge teO gold, steer
age (30 currency. Apply to WILLIAMS A UUION, t#
Broadway.
STEAM TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
NRRRAflKA - ?w
THE (JUKEN Saturday. Augual 18
Draft* payable la any part of England, Ireland, Scotland,
at current ral?a of eicbange. Apnlv at THOMPSON'S Paa age
office, 73 Broadway, corner or factor siriet.
National line.
RTKAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QUEEN8TOWN,
From pier No. 41 North river.
THE QtTEEN, Grogan, Saturday, Auguit M, at 9 A. II*
ENGLAND, Tlioniuton, Saturday, Sept. 4, at 2 P. U.
FRANCE, Grace, Saturday, Sept. II, at 9 A. M.
Paaiage to Ltvarpool or Queenatown?Cabin, f 100 and $71;
Iteerage, #30, currency. ,
Steerage ticket* from Liverpool or QueeMlowo, $37, currency.
Apply at tbe company'* office, 60 H roadway.
P. W. j. Hl'ltST, Manager.
TCOR LIVERPOOL AND Q17EENSTOWN?iNMAN LINE
r of mail ateamera are appointed to Mil a* follow*
ETNA ivla Hall rat) Tueiday, Auguit 34,1 P. M.
CITY OP PARIS .Saturday, AuguatM, I0A M.
CITY or BROOKLYN \ Saturday, Bept. 4,1 P. M.
city or LONDON ivla Hahfai) ...Tueiday, Sept 7, 1 P. M.
an* each lueoeedtas Saturday and alternate Tueiday from
pi*/ It North river
HaTRS of passage
By tbe m?il mimtr *alllng every Raturdav.
Payabl* m *oid. Payable In currency.
rim Ca?ln fioO Steerage (SS
Tv l.oneoa 106 To Loodoa 40
To Pari* 115 To Pari* 43
r> ?!? by lb* Tuoday *1 earner, via Halifax.
Plrei Cabin. Steerage.
Payabl* Id gold. Payable to curreney.
Liverpool 980 Liverpool '..f?
Rallfaa M Halifax I?
St. John*, N P., by branch St. John*, N. P., by branch
learner 48 (learner SO
PaiMogera al*o forwarded to Uavra, Hamburg, Bremen,
T Icketa can be bouihi h?ra at moderate ratea bf per*on*
wNhing to **011 for Inalr frtenile.
For furlbat information apply al (ha romrany'e oflcM.
John a. dale, Agent,
It U road way, New York.
QNLf DIRECT LINE TO FRANCS.
Tka Oeaeta' Tran?*lla?iie Company'a Mall SUanxhip* beIweer
N#? Yo?? and Havre, calling at Breat.
Tba f etiaif of tbla favorite rout* Tor the Continent
Will aall from pier No 60 North rlv*r aa follow*:?
PKRKIRE, Duchean* Saturday, Sept. 4
ST. LAURENT, Lemarle Saturday, Sept. It
VILLE HE PARIS, Stirmont ...Saturday, Oct }
LAFAYETTE, Rouaaan., Saturday, Oct. If
Rate* of paataie, payable in |o!d( Including wine)
To Ureal and Havre-Flr*t Cabin, (140; Second Cabin, 971.
To Pan* (Including railway ticket)?$14S and $78.
Tlieee ateamera do not carry (Iterate paiaenger*.
American traveller* going to or returning from the Oonlt.
eat of Europe by taking the ateamera of tbla line a?old both
Iranalt by Kngllab railway* and the dltoomfort* of croedog
tbe Channel, beeldee aavina lima. Iroubla and eipena*.
GEO. MACKENZIE, Agent, H Broadway^
COASTWISK^STBAMaHlfBj 1
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S"
TilROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA AND Oil IN A.
Through ratea, New Vork to Sau Franclacet?
Plret Claaa. Slverage.
HO to tfiHk ?;?.
according lo location of berth.
Tncae ralaa Include bertlia, board, and all n*i*?*?rl** for
lb* trip.
Sieamert of the above line leave pier No. 41 Noith rirer,
foot of Canal itreei. al 12 o'clock noon.
ON 1ST, IITM AND I18T, KACB MONTR,
except When Iboee day* fall on Sunday, Ihea tb* day pre
viou*.
Oue hundred pound* baggage free to each adult. Medicine
and attendance free.
SEPTEMBER l-ARTZONA. Captain Maury, connecting
GOLDEN CITT, Captain Lapldge.
Steamer leaving September II connect* eloMly with ateaner
CHINA, tearing San FrancKoo October 4 for China and
Japan.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.?Freight forateamar ARIZONA
received until 4 P. M. on Tuea.lay, Augnit II. All ufual faelll'
tie* afforded alilppers In collecting Inland charge*. Ac.
For freight or paiiag* ticket* and all further Information
annlt Al trip PiimnAnt'i ilnk?l Aft thit wharf frtnt nf
Ctotl atmt, jr. R. BABY, iicst
FOtTBKRMtDA. -THE A1 STaMBHIP FAHKRlTcAP
tain Joeepb D. Steele, carrying the United State* mall*,
will Mil for lb* ebore port on Thur*day, Auguat M, al I
'clock P. M., and erer? third Thursday auoceedlng until fur
thet nolle*, from pirr it North rlrer.
Haa euperlor ptMtitir and freight accommodation*.
First Cabin 980 | Second Cabin. WO
Freight, 60c. per dry barrel, payable lit United State* gold.
For freight or paeeage apply to J. NORMAN HA by JIT,
Agent, M New itreet.
tftTED STATES MAIL TO HAVANA.
U ATLANTIC MAIL STKAM9hIP COMPANT.
Sailing regularly every Thursday, at three o'clock r. M.
preeliely, from pier No. 4 North river
FAULK, Captain M. R. Oreene h.Adguit M
MISSOURI, Captain (I. W. I>lm*r Sept. 3
COLUMBIA, Captain E. Van Sice (ela Na***u) Sept.
For freight or P-^^VhEELER, J*. Pre.ld.nl,
No. 6 Bowling Ureem,
ITAVANA, StSAt AND VBSA CRUZ. - ?
li New York and Nailcan Mall Steamablp llae, tailing
rery tw*nty day*, al II M., from pier 17 Bael rlrer.
The aplcndld new iteamere
C1TT OF MKXJCO, Weaken..,, .Monday, Peril.
CLEOPATRA, Phillip* "....Saturday, Repl
For freight or paaaage apply to
F. ALEXANDRE k BOWS, 88 Broadway.
UNITED STATES AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMSHIP
Company.
The elegant aldewbeel *leam*hlp SOUTH AMERICA. 1000
loot burden, Captain R. L. TlnhUpaygh, WllT eall for *i
Thome*, Para, IVrnamtinoo, Bahia and Rio d? Janeiro on
Monday, Aiigmt 18, IMI9, al t o'clock P. M., from pier 41
North rlrer. For freight or iiaaaag* apply to
WM. R. OARRISON, Agent,
No. A Row'.ing (ireen, New Tork.
For nbw Orleans direct! ~~
The Cromwell Lin*.
Steamehjn* of thle line will leare Tier Ho. 9 North rtyey al
8 o'clock. P. M., as follow*
MARIPOSA. Kemble Raturday, Augint II
OEO. CROMWELL, Vaiil...., Saturday, September 4
Freight taken for St. Louie, Mobile and Oalreetoa al
Ibrougn rale*.
For pauage, Aral or aeeond elate, or freight, apply to
H. B. CROMWElL A CO., ft we*t *lr*et.
rft HRW ORLEANS DIRECT.
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LI NR.
comnrlit n? lha Oral claaa Hiimihlpi
5?"*kU"*.NT ? ?i <*?<?*
?5Jbu1 J CITT Captain ). B. lilldratb
CtpitlD W P. Hanry
9tln . V CwlilB A W. impann
UNITED STATES Captain li. L. Norton
Tbl (tMBthlp "
CRESCENT CITY.
, . . Capuln J. B. Hll<lrM\ .
will b? daapalcbtd on Saturday, Auiuat 98, at o'eloab F. *-i
froon pl?r fl North rl?ar.
Fral|bt recalrad at ihrosak ratwi for St. Loul*, Moblla and
Oaltaalon.
Tha UNITED STATES arlll anacaad, Saturday, Sapt. 4.
ror fralgbt or pauaga, baring auperlor aoaommodatlot*,
?D.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
??????? , ? . ?COASTWISE
HTBAMUHIP^.
Texas line
or Galveston Steamers, touching at Key Weal.
Th? a I steamer VIRGINIA, Captain Kennedy, Is now tm
celrmg freight at pier 11 Seal River, and will tall Saturday,
August 18, at I P. M., or sooner if full
All good* for Houston or the Interior will he forwarded by
our areata, If rear*. T. H. McMahan ft Co., free of wharfage,
drsyaga or commissions for recslrlng or forwarding.
Insurance guaranteed aa low as t>y any other rrute. N?
detention at Galveston. For freight or passage apply to
O. 11. MALLOKY ft CO., IU Maiden lane.
NEW 0RU1AN8 DIRECT.
Southern Line.
The ateamahlp VICTOK, Captain ilurdon Galea, will leayQ
pier J<? Haat river, Saturday, August 28.
Freight for St. Louie, Mobile and Galveston taken aC
through rates.
For freight or paaaage, having snperlor accommodation^
apply to
C. H. MALLORY ft CO., 1U Maiden lane.
The BIENVILLE will follow from Pier M North river.
LIVINGSTON, FOX ft CO.
FOR CHARLESTON, a C. THE FLORIDA PORTS,
the Kouth and Southwest- Regular line.?The superior
steamship
SARAOOflSA, Ryden Commander,
will eall Wedneedav, August li, at a P. M., from pier No. S
North river, foot or Rector strset.
Cabin passage, tin.
Through bills of lading to all points South and Bouthweat.
Agents in Cbarleeton (Raveoel ft Co.) forward all goods fre?
of commission.
ARTHPR LEARY, Agent, 71Willl.ro street
The steamship M1NNETONKA will aall 1st September.,
FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA PORTS.
New York and Charleeton Steamship Company's Srst
class sldswheel steamship
CHAMPION, Captain R. W. Lock wood,
on Saturday, August II, at S P. M., sailing from pier N?. ft
Nortb rivsr
Superior accommodations for passengers.
Through passags tickets and bills or lading Issued In onnerhoo
with lbs Kouth Carolina Railroad to all points South
and Soutbweat and with steamers to Florida ports.
Goods forwarded free of commission.
Rills of lading furnished and signed on Ihs pier.
Insurance by thla line one-half per cent.
Ibe MANHATTAN will follow, and sail on Saturday.
C...I J
HENRY R. MORGAN ft CO.. Agenta,
98 Broad war,
~ EXCURglONS.
A -NEW YORK AND FAR ROCK A WAY.?STEAMER R?
L MABEY, Captain Phillip*, leave* South Sixth itre*t?
Brooklyn, E. D., 8 o'clock A.M.; Pack slip, 8:li; Folio*
frrrr, Brooklyn, 8:8U; plar 4, North river, 9; landing at all
the hotel* on tha beach aach way. Returning, leave* Far
Kockaway at 8:80 P. M., arriving at tlie city at 8 JO.
A -SUNDAY EXCURSION BOAT FOR COLLBOS
. Point. Whlteitone, City lalandand New Rochelle.?
Steamer NEVERSINK leave* reck ilip every Sunday at A.
M., rain or thine. Returning leave* New Rochelie at 8.88 P.
M . landing at Eighth and Thlrty-aerenth atraata each war.
A HOT FOR ROCKAWAT AND SEA SIDE.?THE SEA
learner H. M. COOL will ran to Rockaway on Sunday,
Auguet n, and every Sunday during tha taaaon, leaving Ye*.
tr? itreet. North river, at 8 40 A. M. and plar No. 4 at 9 A. M.
Returning leavaa Rockaway at 4 P. M.
A -SUNDAY BOATS FOR HARLEM, HIGH BRIDOB
. and Karl'* Park, SYLYAN GROVE and SYLVAN
GLEN, will leave Harlem every hour from 8 A. M. to 8:10
P. M.; leave Peek allp every hour from 9:16 to 8:80 P. M.,
landing at Eighth itreet each way. Far* 16 cents.
All aboard for the fishing banks.-ths
well known iteamer WYOMING will run regularly every
day for tha Bank*, leaving North Eighth itreet. Wlfllamiburg,
at ?; Eighth (treat, Eaat river, 7k; Peck allp, 1K\
ChrTitopher itraet, 8)4 and pl?r No. 4 North river, 9 o'clock.
Scblbera National Braaa and Cotillion Band; alio Bait, Line*
and Refreehmente on board. Fare, 9!: ladiea, 10 centa.
H. E. HOLMES ft GEO HUE SCHIBEL, Manager*.
A -A FOR TUB FISHING BANKS DAILY, 8ATUR
day* excepted, iteamer RIP VAN WINKLE, Captain
Simmon*. leaving Peck allp at f :68 A. M.; Chriitopher itreet,
N. R., atl >30 A. M., and pier No. 4 N. R. at f A. M.; and ea
Sundayi. from Eighth itreet,-B. R., at 1 A. M.
Bait, line*, refreshment* and must* on board.
Fare, $1; ladlei, 60 centi.
T) ATH AND CONEY ISLAND RAILROAD STRAII
Wall, South and Fulton ferries connect at Greenwood.
/ 1amp MEETING BOAT FOR BINO SINU.-THB
\. steamer ANTELOPE leaves every morning from the
foot of Uarrison street at 8 o'clock, touching at Thirty-fourth
street at 8}?. Returning, leaves Sing Sing at I o'clock.
CAMP MEETING AT BINS SINO.
Regular Sunday morning boat for Newbnrg, landlot it
Yonkeri and Weet Point, also at Sing Sing to accommodate
those wishing to attend Camp Meeting. The splendid steamer
BUNNYSIDE leaves foot of Morris street, Jersey City, eiery
6unday morning, at 7 JO; Vestry street, North river, T :4ft
Christopher street, S; Thirty-fourth street, ft 40 o'clock. P?s engers
bave two hours at Newburg and three hours at Was*
Point. Lands at Jersey City on return trip. Fare, M eeaie
each way.
Daily excursions for keyport.-thb steam bb
HOLMDEL will leave New York, pier S6, foot of Barclay
street, during the month of August, at II e'eloek M.i
returning will leave Eeyport at 7 P. M., Saturday and Sundae
excepted! From New York Saturday at 8 P. M. Fare, tl
eents; excursion tickets, 60 cents.
Fort lee, pleasant valley and shadyside.-Sicsmboat
FORT LEE leaves Thirty-fourth street
every Sunday at 10M and !!{ o'clock. Steamboat PALL
SADB leaves Spring street dally, Sundays Included, at 10, 1,1
end 7 V o'ciook; 45c. the round trip. Return tickets good oft
either boat.
?? v
por coney island.-the steamer norwalb,
m. win if. n. niiHig, miin ri(iu>r iripi to uoney
Island. tearing Christopher street, North river, 9:10. 114b
and 1.30; Warren street at V :40, 13:40 and 3 :?0; pltr 1, Mor
rIs street, North river, at 10, 1 and 4 o'clock The steamer
SYLVAN SHORE, Captain E. T. Wllgon, makes regular
trip* lo Coney Island, leaving North Eighth (tract. William*'
bare, at 8 A. M.; Broome etreet, New York, at 8 JO, U M and
1M; Peck ?Ilp at 8:40, 11:40 and 1:40; Fulton ferrj, Breoklyn,
at ?, 11 and ? o'clock. _
Harlem tacht club regatta on Tuesday, adJguet
24.?Propeller BRILLIANT will accompany the <
boau on the day of the race, leaving the clnb bouse, foot of
116th street, at II A. M. N. B?The Judges will be on tfel*
boat. Pare for Ihe excursion, 1.
Picnic and excursion parties can enoaob
choice Groves, Barges. Steamers, Ac., at our oSce, ?
we oontrol the best groves. kc. We guarantee satlefactios.
BLOOMER k CO.. M3 Front street.
Pleasure bat, lono branch and red bank.-,
The steamboat BEA BIRD leaves pier foot of Warren
street, North river. Sunday morning, August 11, at 7X o'clock,
connecting with steamboat HELEN, for Pleasure Bay and
Long Branch. Returning, leaves Red Bank and Pleasure
P. H. Fare on Sea Bird, W cents; fare on Helen,
EQULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR WEST.
Point, Cold Spring and Newburg?Stooping at Yonkrt
each way. N. B.?During Camp Meeting at Sing Sine, each
way, ths favorite steamboat SLEEPY HOLLOW, Captain
J. Sherman, leaves Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, 8 A. M.; Christopher
strset, North river, 8:3?: Thirty-fourth strset, North
river, B o'clock; allowing two hours at Nswburg. Far* M
cents ?a?h way.
TJF.OCLAR SUNDAY BOAT FOR KRYPqRT.-Olt AND
IV after Sunday, Jus* 8, the steamboat GENERAL
SEDGWICK will raak* h?r regular trips betwten New York
and K eyport, making tb* usual landings. Leave feot of Barclay
street 9 A. M. Leave steamboat landing, Key port, 4
KR.1CLAR SUNDAY EVENING BOAT FOR ALBANY
sad Trcv ?The CONNECTICUT, Ike fastest sieges!
rlter steamer la the world, leaves pier 44 North river, feot ef
Ipring street, at 8 e'cleck, and foot of West Thirty-fourth
street at 8.14 o'elook P. M, making through connections for
all poluts West, Nerth and Northwest, via las New Tork Central,
Albany and Susquehanna, and Rensselaer and Saratoga"
Railroads.
OTXAMER THOS. E. UULSR LEAVES FOOT Of
O Christopher street dally fSundsys Inoluded) for Pleasant
Valley and Fort Lee at 10^ a, &'< and 7J<, landing at Thirty
street o?r? (o Thirty fourth street; Bleecker itreet'care 16
Ckrieiepher etr**t. Music on board.
gl'NDAT BOAT FOR OLE* COVE, LANDING At
whlieetoae, Band'* Point, Olenwood and Roselya.
nail ARROW8MITH will tear* Peok illp. pl*r No. H
Salt rleer, Sunday, August IS, at 9 A. M., stopping at Thirty*
Mftntk ?tr??t eacn way.
SCKDAT MORNINO BOAT FOR NEWBfrRO.
Far* 10 Cents.
The steamer THOMAS COL.LYER will leare the pier fool
ef Warren atreet erery Sunday morning at 7 &>, Christopher
(tree! at 1 40, Thirty fourth street at So'clock, landing at HutInge,
Polibe' Ferry, Irvlngton, Slog Sing, Haverelraw, Cottenf
West Point), Cold Spring and Cornwall. Returning wtlt
jear* Newburg *11:80 and Slug Sing at S:4S, arriving In Ne#
Tork at 8 o'elook P. M. Excursion Ticket* lo Newburg and
return ^^9
SUNDAY MORNINO BOAT TO FERR8KILL THB
teamer ANTELOPE leave* every morning, without
icentlon, from the foot of Harrlaon atreet, at eight o'clock,
landing at Thirty-fourth atreet ! SW; Yonkere, Haatlnga,
Dobba* Ferry, (Tarrrluwn and Nyack by ferry), Sing Sing,
llareratraw, Oraaay Point and Varplanok'e. P'arrrtown omitted
on Sunday*.
The nrw. splendid and very fast steamer
SUNNYSIDE I* offered for chartor to aocletiea, select
Rartl** and Sunday echoole, aa the moat dealrable boat la
ew Tork for eieurilon*. Auply to J. C. OIRBS, on board,
Bl*r 41 North r1r*r, foot of Houston atreet. or to CROCKER,
WOOD * CO.. U South *tr*et. .
fpHt STEAMBOAT H. M. COOL FOR CHARTER. -Stff
JL baa saloon aeconmodatlons for &00. Address or *p?^/ t*
P. HAMMOND, No. 8 Morris street, Jereey City. ___
VONSBR8 fBRRT.-BTEAMBOAT FLORENCE, CAPt
J Belknap, leave* Veetrv street, pier 8# North river, *t II
A. M. and IV? f. M. | Sunday* leare at 10 A. M. aadliU P. M.
Freight taken dally.
- ? 1 -A ??.
. ' rURNITUKB. ?
C1ARPET9, FURNITURE AND OILrLOTH -o'farJ
RRLL A ORKKNE, IN Eighth arenue, corner Tweatlsth
street, are selling-at reduced price*. Payment* taken
weekly or monthly.
/1ARPETS, FURNITURE AND BEDDINO.-HOUSfr
keepere supplied with the abov* on easy term*. Pay
menu weekly or monthly. KBLLEY i CO., cornar Twentyfifth
street and Buth avenu*. No connsotlon with any othtr
tor*.
I / Werehouia. HI Broadway (extending through to Mercet
eircet).- An entire bouie or elngle room rurolehed to order,
for oaeb, or tipon llbaral tarmi of paymapt.
FURN1TURH.
The beat aeaortment In thlt oil jr.
Our own manufacture. Warranted.
WARREN WARD * CO.,
Spring alreat, eoraar of Croebr,
W1WBH, LUCQRg, +C, ?
p-BMTtCKT APPLE BRAMDY.-U BARREU. TW?
IV year* old, rarj flna, for ula by U. P. C'LAKKB A CO.,
U Dey tlreel. * '
17QR-THB ONLY LOT KVKR IMPORTED IN
JL I UOt Caere; alio other reliable Hrandlee Import**, m
wood and glae*; for a*le In auaatiiiee to euit.
u. a fciH c a co., w rujtou
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