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IBLO-S.
N11 last week or thb
LADY OP THE LAKE,
with *11 the beantliul terourr.
OBAND BALLETAMLLh. ADRIENA,
MLLB. RX01. and th* LA PKTIT8 HAT KILLER
and BATIK ORLOFP.
LADY OF THK LAKE.
LADT OF THB LAKE.
LADY OF THE LAKE.
LAST OF THE LAKE.
LADY OF THK LAKE.
Prieee?Parqnatte and Orchestra, SI; Drew Circle. 50c.;
- Family Circle, 2Se.
LYCEUM THKATBR.? FRENCH COMEDY.
TUESDAY KVENINO, JUNE 10,
Mile. EVA BEAUREGARD in
LA PRINCESsE OEOKOB8.
Comedy, by Alexandre uumas.
"^y ALLAOK'S.
Proprietor and Manager.. Mr. LESTER WALLACE
Door* open at 7:30; commences at 8 o'clock.
POSITIVE .-UCCi'.SS OF
miss oarlotta lk olercq
and of
Mr. Bartley Campbell's Emotional Play of
ipATB,
KATE,
FATE,
which will be repented
ETERT KVENINO AND SATURDAY MATINEE
nntil further notice.
Mia* LB CLKBCQ as Helen Faraday
P.
T. BARNUM'S
ORE AT SOMAN HIPPODROME.
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FASHIONABLE METROPOLI
TANS,
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
NO ABATEMEN T OF THE
UNIVERSAL
DESIRE TO WITNESS THIS
OR EAT
AMUSEMENT EVENT OF THE
CENTURY.
GRAND CONGRESS OF NATIONS,
WITH ITS
FIFTEEN HUNDRED
AUXILIARIES, ALONE WORTH
TtoN TIMES THE ADMISSION.
ALL THE BRILLIANT ROMAN
CHARIOT RACES,
ROMAN STANDING RACES,
STEEPLE CHASr.S
AND
DARINO HURDLE AND FLAT
RAC ? S.
BY ACCOMPLISHED
YOUNU LADY RIDERS.
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
ALL THE elephant AND
CAMEL RACES,
PONY AND MONKEY RACKS,
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
THE WONDERFUL GYMNASTIC
AND I RAP11.ZE ACTS AFTER
NOON AND EVENING.
THE GRAND MI.KAGERIE OF
RARE WILD BEASTS OPEN
DAILY AT 1 ill AND 7.
DONNYBROOK FAIR AND THE
LANCASHIRE RACES, INTRO
DUCING 400 LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN, AFTERNOON
AND KVENINO.
PERFORMANCES COMMENCE
Ai 2:30 AND a
BOX OFFICE OPEN THREE
DAYS IN ADVANCE.
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EXTRA NOTICE.
MLLB. VICTORIA, QUEEN OK THE LOFTY WIRE,
WILL APPEAR BOTH AFTERNOON AND KVEN
INO, PERFORMINO EA .11 AND ALL OF HER
STARTLING ACTS IN MID AIR, INCLUDING HER
WONDERFUL FEAT OF RIDING UPON A VE
LOCIPEDE. FOR TLB PRESENT WEEK A
LONGER WIRE WILL BE USED AND A GREATER
ELEVATION ATTAINED THAN HAS EVER BEFORE
BEEN KNOWN IN THE PROFESSION. BOX OFFICE
OPEN THREE DAYS IN ADVANCE.
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LYMPIC THEATRE. 624 BROADWAY.
HERNANDEZ.
HERNANDEZ.
1IFRNANDEZ.
HERNANDEZ.
HERNANDEZ.
HERNANDEZ.
HERNANDEZ
HERNANDEZ.
HERNANDEZ.
HERNANDEZ.
HERNANDEZ. I
FAMILY VAUDEVILLE.
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American icmpic ot Amusement.
Brilliant success of Hernandez.
A.lTliUR, TONY AND ADA.
YOUNG AMERICA AND WALLA
LEONARD.
The great Character, Bong and Change
Artist.
Miss MAGGIE WESTON.
The graceiul and and daring Gymnast,
J. P. HILL,
and CO star artists, n a wondrous me
lange ot farce. Song, Dance, specialty,
J Novelty and Naricty.
Every evening at 8 o'cIock. and Wednesday and Satur
day matinee at 2 o'cloca. Secure seats in advance.
OOD'S MUSEUM. J. H. HUNTLEY.
Two performances daily, at 2 and 8 P. M.
'the oelebru ed young American Actor.
ETBRY I Mr. J. it. IIUN i LEY I EVERY
in the new Sensation Drama,
AFTERNOON ' entitled EVENING
WRE Ti.lNG JOE; I
. OK, Li EE At' ? ? AT A
THE MINES. |
MONDAY, JUNE IS. Mr. HKENANDEZ POSTER iu
Uonday; or, Jack Harkaway Among the Brigands.
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AT 2.
MONDAY, ,IU1>
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R8. F. B. CONWAY'S BROOKLYN THEATRE.
THIS (TUEshaV) EVaNING. June 9,
BENEFI. of Mr. M. A. KENNEDY,
the splendid Pla.v, IHE MARBLE HEART,
and the Burlesque ot KEN NIL WORTH.
C1RNTRAL PARK GARDEN. TO-NIGHT.
/ THIS (TUB DAY) EVENING. JUNE 9, AT 8,
THEODORE THOMAS'
UNRIVALLED SUMMER NIGHT'S CONCERTS.
1, Overture, "La Gazza Ladra" Rossini
1 Waltz Strauss
1 Nordlsh Suite Anger Hamerick
t. Overture, "Fidelio" : ? Beethoven
A Adagio Keligioso. Mendelssohn
A Dance of Nymphs and Reapers.... Sullivan
7. Selections, f,Flylng Dutchman" Wagner
A overture, "Le Meuecln taaigre lui" Gounod
A Paraphrase, "Prayer from uer Hreyschutz Lux
10. Waltz Strauss
11. Galop, "Fete Mihtaire" Lange
Admission tickets, SO cents Packnges of 12 tickets, gfi
DAN BRYANT'S MIN.iTRELS- TWENTY-THIRD ST.
23d St., east ot 6th avenue. Begins at 8, over at 101
CHANGE. TWO HOURS' FUN. CHANGE.
BRYANT'S "GO WEST," "GO WEST;" MINSTRELS.
BRYANT'S Or, Ridiug in a Pullman Car. MINSTRELS.
BRYANT'S llALIAN AIR.-. MINSTRELS.
BRYANTS SONG AND DANCE. MINSTRELS.
BRYANT'S VIOLIN SOLO. MINSTRELS.
BRYANT'S TURN HIM OUT. MINSTRELS.
BRYANT'S UNCLE EPH> DREAM; MINSTRELS.
BRYANTS Or. the Old Kentucky Home. MINSTRELS.
MATINEE EVERY hATUKDAV Af TWO.
QOL088EUM. COLOSSEUM.
Broadway and Thirty.flfth street
The Grand Scenic Illusion, which lias cost over
THREE HUNDRED THOU AND DOLLARS.
LONDON. LONDON, LONDON,
BY NIGHT,
BY UAbLIOHT,
BY MOONLIGHT.
THE GRAND MIDNIGHT THUNDKR8TORM
is pronounced by the press to be the most brilliant
representation ol the PHENOMF.NA OF' NATURE. In
addition there is an entire scries ot entertaining and
instructive lectures and performances by Prof. 'iOBTN;
LOORENIA. the PreslidlgtiateuT; the BROS. LUB1N,
And others.
Open from 1 to 8 and 7 to la
Admission $1. No extras.
Theatre comique, 514 Broadway.
MiSH ALICE HARRISON,
In ncr great drama,
THE BOY DETECTIVE.
SONGS AND DANCES. SONGS AND DANCES,
MI-S IlAKKlsON IN SIX CHARACTERS.
THE ENTIRE TROUPF. OF FAVORITES
IN LOCAL CHARACTER IMPERSONATIONS.
THE COOLEST HOUSE IN NEW YORK.
M ATI NEBS WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
DR. KAHN'S GRAND MUSEUM AND POLYTECHNIC
Institute?Rebuilt, remodelled and with 8,000 fresh
Attractions, now open to tue public, at 688 Broadway,
nearly opposite the Grand Central Hotel. Models or
every portion ot the human frame. Breathing Mechani
cal Figures, Ac , altogether comprising the most enter
taining and instructive exhibition in the world. Admls
aion 80 cents, scientific lectures daily, tree to visitors.
STRAWBERRY AND ICE CREAM FESTIVAL AND
Musical Entertainment, for the benefit of the Sab
hath school, Alanson M. E. church, Norfolk street, near
Grand, luesdav and Wednesday evenings, June 9 and
10,1874. 'I Icketi, A)gents.
mo NIGHT AT NEW PARK THEATRE, BROOKLYN,
i Newton's new drama "Le Pavlllion Rouge" (the
Bed Flag) Miss Minnie Palmer as Nannette, Miss Kate
Palmer as Mile. De Poyntolno, Miss Preston as Mine.
Lcbarre, Mr. Nelson Decker as Gasper Delramlne, Mr.
Belvtlle Ryan as Antoine Lebarse, Mr. J. G. Jordan as
Oyrllle Kverymonde.
VARIETIES THEATRE-NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Season 1874-8.
-Lessee and Director JOHN K. OWENS
Business Manager THEO. HAMILTON
Buslnem communications may be addressed
JOHN r.. OWENS. Towsontown, Md.,
or THEO. HAMILTON,
care Col. T. Allston Brown. New York.
MRH. M'MAHON WILL GIVE A READING AT RUT
gers College, 489 Filth avenue, on Tuesday, 9th mat.,
At 8 o clock P. M., lor the benefit of Countessde St. James,
who is still remembered by our "Old Park Theatre
goers as having attracted crowds to ncr periormances
as mme. Augusta;" an excellent artiste and a worthy
woman, ihe trustees of the College have generously ten
dered the use of the rooms. Tickets $1, to be had at the
doors on the night ol the reading.
Y(?R5 FOUNDLING ASYLUM.-A STRAW
. ?n.(l fency bazaar in aid of the Aay
lum wlllpe held in the new building (entrance Sixty
ninth street, between Third and Lexington avenues), on
?isaifc "?
Third avenues, ihursdsy, June li, at i :M) P. M.
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TARO.?PRIVATE MUSICAL INSTRUCTION ?24
V West Fourteenth street, dtrectlv opposite Col Van
Buren's garnens. Lessons day and evening; terms verv
moderate; circulars mailed. J. J AY WATSON, Dlrrotor.
STOLONKL MONSTRBY'S fencing, boxing acad
V/ emy and Shooting Oallery, 619 Sixth avenua-Box
Ing taught In one month. Superior Fencing Apparatus
and Boxing Gloves lor sale. Send lor circulars.
Grand shuffle board match for $so will
be playen at CHAKI.es I.UGM AVER'S lager beer sa
loon. 1? West Twenty-lourth street, on Wednesday even
ing, Jane in, 1874.
SAFETY SHOOTING OALLERV-AT COLONEL MON
STRRRY'n New York Salle d'Armes and Sparring
Academy, 619 Sixth avenue, near Thirty-sixth street.
Boxing taught tu on* snout*. bead for uircuUfgu
AKDSUDDm.
JJOOTH'8 THEATRE. IALVINI TO-WIQHT.
8ALVINT in a new roieto-utght
Jane^
BIiJNOR TOMMASO 81I.VINI,
the greatest llviDg tratedlan.
This evening, June 9, Octave Feiillet's masteroleoe,
THE ROMANCE OF A POOR YOUNO MAN.
Salvini (flret time here) ei Maxime Odiot
iBivini inrai uuie norm ??.. ..mmm-tuiv <mi?
WEDNESDAY, HAMLET. FBI DAT. OTHELLO.
SATURDAY, FAREWELL SALVINI MATINRK.
Prims as usual. Seat* secured it the hoc office am
and
Scbiruier's music store, No. 701 Broidwav.
J^OOTH'S. FRIDAY.
Debut ot
Mr. CHARLES KT1INOR
upon the drama tie stage
FRIDAY aFTKRNOON neat. June H.
???For this extraordinary oocanen tin sale of seats
wlU begin this morning at So'ola'k. Notwithstanding
the magnitude of the attractions, the price of tickets will
be as usual.
MISS CARLOTTA L ROLE HQ.
MISS CLARA MOKKR
MISS BOSK EYTINQI.
MR. JOHN McCULLOUGH, ?
Mr. John T. Raymond, Mr. Stuart Robson, Mr. McKee
Rankin, the eutire companies of WSUaek's and tiie Union
Square Theatres,
BRYANT'S MINSTRELS, Ac., appear.
???It is respectfully Intimated tlat the occasion will
have additional interest as the KSRKWKLL APPEAR
ANCE of Mis* CLaRA morris, tlx great artiste sailing
for Europe the lol'owlng day.
Stage Manager(for this occasion only), Mr. Win. R. Floyd.
BOAKDKHK WANTED.
1 PARLOR FLOOR (THRKR LARGE ROOMS),
handsomely furnished (bath, closeta, Ac.), with
private table, or lor gentlemen, without board; also
single Rooms 36 East twentieth (treet
| BLOCK FROM BROADWAY.
L 1M East 19th St.
First cisss accomodations; redujed rates.
IOR TWO GENTLEMEN Ol GENTLEMAN AND
wltedesiring a true home in aitrlotly private tanuty,
with Urge trnnt Room a d Drosslig Room, table the best,
evcrv comfort, > terms modcBte: address WEST
THIRTY-FOURTH STREET, bo? 106 Herald Uptown
Branch office.
1 SITTING ROOM, BEDROOM AND PANTRY ON
parlor floor to let, with good Board, at very low
prices for the snminer; also Roims for gentlemen. 49
Grove street.
2 FRONT FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-IN A
splendid location near the river t and we have Para
concert music every evening. 68 Prospect place, corner
East Forty-thir.l street
2 LADIES, EMPLOYED OUT, OR GENTLEMAN AND
wife ran find superior accommodations, on the most
reasonable terms, in a private fatiily. 319 Kast Twen
tieth street.
2D STORY FRONT ROOM, WITH BOARD. TO GEN
tleinan and wite or single gentleman; tortus mod
erate. 2M West 1 wenty fourth street
4 WEST TWENTY-8ECOND STREET, FIRST DOOR
from Filth avenue?handsome suit of Rooms to let
with Board, uho double Room for single gentlemen:
taimly small; table first class; references exchanged.
5 SPENCER PLACE, FOURTH RTREET, NEAR WEST
Tenth street?Room and Bosra for gentlemen or
gent'eman and wife at reasonable torms.
5VANDAM STREET, NEAR IACDOUGAL.?HAND,
somely furnished second and third floor front Rooms
and Bedroom, with or without Board, suitkble for gen
tleman and wife or single gentlemen.
<|>0 TO $9.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM3;
closets, m 1 rbie basins, hot and cold water, bath,
g?s. good table: no ob'cction to ladies. 292 West Twenty
fifth street, near Eighth avenue.
TO $10 PER WEEK FO* ROOMS, WITH RX.
<DI) cellent Vonrd. at 168 BUecker street S blocks
west of Broad wuy; two lines oi cars pass the door.
9 EAST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY
place and Fifth avenue.?Double and single Rooms,
with Board, every convenience, ?6 to $8.
"in WAVERLF.Y PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY.?
1" Handsome front Rooms, $14. $16 and $?& for two
persons, with Boar I; no children; single Room* $9; also
table Board, $4; transient people taken.
10 EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE
ISi Madison square and Fifth Avenue Hotel?To let.
with Board entire Second Floor, newfv and elegantly
furnished, with private bath ; also other Rooms.
?I 9 WEST I0TH ST.. BETWEEN 8TH AND 6TH A VS.?
1 Li To let, three connecting Rooms on parlor floor,
with Board, to a family or party of gentlemen; private
table if desired; also smaller Rooms to let.
19TH STREET, WEST, 211.-A NEATLY FURNISHED
J Su Room to let. with board; $11 per week for two
persons; gas and bath.
"I QTH STREET, NO. 233 EAST.?DESIRABLE ROOMS
lu to lot, with Board; table boarders taken; refer
ences.
MTH STREET, 325 WEST?BOARD. WITH HOME
comforis. for families or single gentlemen; terms
very moderate for the auinmer, with first class accom
modations.
-|Q WE8T TWENTY-FOURTH STREET AND 63
l?7 Madison avenue.? legantly furnished Rooms to
let. with'or without Board, to gentlemen and wives or
single gentlemen; fine single Rooms.
"I QTH STREET, WEST, 416.?NICELY FURNISHED
I O double an<i single Rooms, together or separately,
with Board; gas and bath; water in rooms; terms, $6
and $7 per week.
QQ WEST THIRTY-SECOND HTKKBT, NEAR FIFTH
Ztv/ avenue.?Elegant Huita for families and Rooms for
single gents, with or without Board ; house and accom
modations first class; terms moderate; references.
01 WEST THIRTIETH STREET OPPOSITE PRIVATE
itJ. entrance to Oiisey House?suit of elegantly fur
nished rooms, with or without Board; best or reforence
given and required.
QQND STREET 212 WEST.?TWO I.AROE HAND
A A somely furnished Rooms to let, with good Board,
to gentlemen and wives or single gentlemen; reference,
QQ GREAT ? JONES STREET.?ROOM, WITH OB
AO without Board, at summer rates; table first class;
day boarders $6 per week.
OQD STREET, MADISON PARK.?HANDSOME SEC
AO ond Floor to let. en suite or singly, with or without
Board; also single Rooms, lor gentlemen: reierenoes ex
changed. 28 bast 'I wenty-third street.
QQD STREET, WE T, 438. OPPOSITE LONDON TER
AO race.? Handsomely furnished Rooms to let, with
first class Board, to gonileman and wile or to single gen
tlemen; terms reasonable tor the summer months; ref
erences exchanged.
OOD STREET EAST, 114.-ELBOANT ROOMS ON
AO second and third floors; first class table at summer
prices ; transient parties tasen; references.
QQD KTiSet, 1SJ-TO LET, A HANDSOME BED
AO room and Parlor, separate or together; suitable
for gentlemAn and wife or two gentlemen, in a private
French family, where there are no other boarders;
pleasant home; terms to suit; a hall Bedroom, B4 par
week.
Q?? BAST FOBTYHEVENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH
AU avenue, in immediate vicinity of the Windsor.?
Pleasant and well furnished Rooms, with or without
Board; moderate prices tor summer months.
EAST TWENTIETH STREET ?ROOMS TO LET,
witn or without Board, to gentlemen.
28
32
40
QQ NORTH MOORE STREET.?FURNISHED BOOM
AO to let. with gas and water; also, Rooms for one
or two nice boarders.
QQ WEST THIRTY-SECOND STREET.?FINE ROOMS
AO to let. with or without Board; references ex
Changed.
QQ EA8T TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?A PRIVATE
AO family will let, with Hoard, a handsome second
story front Room, with ample closets, at a very reasona
ble price; family very small; neighborhood desirable.
EAST TWENTY-NINTH STREET.?ENTIRE 8EC
ond Floor (pnrlor, two bedrooms', bathroom ad
joining, to let, en suite or singly; also two large elegant
Parlors, to a physician, with or withont Board.
Q4TH STRBET, 111 WEST, NEAR BROADWAY.?
Ort Large second story front Room and small Room
fourth floor, with Board-; references exchanges
qn WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.?A OENTLE
OO man and wiie can secure rery handsomely fhr
nlshcd I rent Room, second floor: also small Room;
excellent and plentiful table; small family; satisfactory
references required; terms moderate.
QQ AND 40 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET.?SMALL
OO and largo Rooms to let, with Board, permanent
or transient; reference.
QQ EAST 22D STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE
Ot7 Hotel.?Parlor and Bedroom, second floor, front,
to lot to gentleman and wife; also single rooms to gen
tlemen, wiih first class table.
EAST TIIIRTk-FIFTH STREET.?ELEGANT
Rooms, with flrst clam Board; terms reasonable.
Mrs. TBNNISON.
A C SOUTH WASHINGTON SQUARE.?PLEASANT
T'i furnished Rooms, fronting on square, to let, witn
Board; references.
AH BOND STREET.-HANDSOME FURNIBHED
t I Rooms to gentleman and wile or single gentle
men; terms moderate; convenient to oars and stages;
day Board. References
CO WEST ELEVENTH STREET, BRTWERN UNI
uU verslty place and Fifth avenue.?Large and small
Rooms to let, with Board: house private and elegantly
furnished; table excellent; family German.
CQ CLINTON PLACE. NEAR FIFTH AVENUE, OP
? JO poalte Hrevoort House ? Ingle and doubla Rooms
elegantly furnished, with or without Board.
aQ WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET.?A GENTLEMAN
A and wife or a party of gentlemen can be accommo
dated with pleasant Rooms and Board In a small private
family. ?
6Q WEST THIRTY-FIFTH STREET.-SUPRRIOR
0 accommodations, with Board for the summer; lib
eral arrangements made with desirable parties
n MADISON AVENGE. - ELEGANT SEOOND
Floor to let, with or without private table; also
single Dooms for gentlemen, witn flrst olaas Board;
terms moderate; tanle hoard ; rcfcrcnc.cs
SEVENTH STREET.?PLEASANT ROOMS AND
good Board for a few gentlemen; also one or two
ladles can be accommodated:
Q7 AM ITT STREET.-A FINE ROOM TO LET,
O I with Board, to gentlaman and wile or two slnglo
gentlemen.
~ SEVENTH AVENUE?A HANDSOME SECOND
_ _ story I rout Room, with Board; also, a back
Parlor; terms very moderate for the summer.
"1 /\Q EAST NINETEENTH STREET, NEAR FOURTH
lUu avenue.-Furnished Rooms to let, with Board;
summer prices; references required.
-IliA BAST TWKNTY-THJRD STREET, NEAR
LA\I Fourth avenue.?A suit of handsomely furnished
Rooms to let, with or without Board; references ex
changed.
75
89
m LEXINGTON AVENUE.?A WELL FUR
nished front loom on seoond floor;all Improve-,
m?ut?i private faaUi a/M Boned; varma nawMbM.
BOASOBRR WANTED.
BANT TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET.?TO LET. TO
? gentleman and wife, a front Parlor (hand
somely fhmlahed), with flret clam Board; family amull
and quiet; board lor lady only.
1AQ WEST SIXTEENTH STREET-WELL FUR
ItO nlahed large Rooms, with Board, suitable for one
or two gentlemen, to let. In a German private boarding
house.
1 CO WEST TWENTT-KIUHTH STREET.?TWO BR
ItiO ipectable meohapica or elerks can have good
Board and pleasant Booms.
mMACDOUGAL STREET, NEAR WASHINGTON
square.?Elegantly furnished large front and
back Parlors; excellent Board, tor two, BIS to SAO; sin
gle gentlemen, $6 to $7.
OIQ WEST FITTY-THIRD STREET.?A OENTLE
?ilu man and wife or two gentlemen can And excel
lent Board; the room is on the accoud door front, with
alcove extension: terms reasonable.
999 THOMPSON STREET, NEAR WASHINGTON
AiAiAi square.?Furnished Rooms, equal to any in the
citv, and good attendance, early application lor choice
of rooms, with or without Board.
224
WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?TO LET.
with Board, a large, well lurnlshed Room on
second floor; hot and cold water; terms moderate.
Those In pursuit of a home call.
997 EAST TWELFTH 8TREET, BETWEEN 8E0
I ond and Third avenues.?Nicely lurnlshed
Rooms, with Bourd, in a French family; prices mod
erate: referenda* required.
?ri ft WEST THIRTY-FIFTH STREET.-TO LET TWO
OA"/ furnished Rooms, with or without Hoard, in a
private family; without Board, 16 per week: with Board
for two. flit; hot and cold water and ample closet room;
references exchanged.
Q/4 Q WEST TWENTY-THIRD HTTtKRT.?FURNISH
Otu ed Rooms to lot, with first class Board, to fam
ilies or single gentlemen, at summer prices.
IOC WE8T TWENTYFIRST STREET.?A CHOICE
of Rooms to let, with Bosrd, to gentleman and
wife,or single gentlemen; location opposite the Theo
logical Seminary Park; convenient to cars, stages and
Elevated Railroad.
A QC FOURTH ATENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY
TrOtJ ninth and Thirtieth streets.?To let. with or
without Rosrd. newly nnd handsomely furnished Rooms;
terms moderate; references exchanged.
1 170 BROADWAY' NEAR CORNER OFTWENTY
eighth street.?New, elegantly farn'shed
Rooms to let, to gentlemen or ladles; permanent or
transient; Board for the ladies if required.
Board and handsome rooms in a first
class house, nicely located, central, in exchange for
two Diamond Kings or Earnncs, or both. Address J. 0.
U., Herald Uptown Branch office.
PARTIES WANTING DELIGHTFUL BOARDING
places address FREE DIRECTORY, 7S7 Broadway.
Householders send description; established 1897.
FIRST BOARDERS' DIRECTORY, 787 Broadway.
TWO PARLORS, FIRST ri.OOR, TO LET-TO TWO
single gentlemen, not more than $12 per week; ele
gant ro?m*. brown stone house, with all improvvinonts.
ill East Fourteenth street
TJ ?THREE ROOMS, ON THIRD FLOOR, PARTIALLY
/J. furnished, with good Board; house and location
unexceptionable, Refer to GENU NO'S Boarders' Direc
tory, 1,198 Broadway.
BOARD AIVD LODGING WANTED.
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN WISHES TO BOARD WITH
il a strictly privute lumlly; location must be between
Fourth and Twentv-fltlh streets and Fourth and Seventh
avenues. Address, stating terms, which must be mo
derate, T. DALY, Hera'd Uptown Brunch office.
Board wantf,d-by a gentleman in a
strictly private family: terms $7 per week. Ad
dress box 5.091 Post office.
WANTED BY A LADY. BOARD IN A PRIVATE
family or boarding house on the sea shore, for the
summer months. Stat 'lorms, locality, Ac. Address box
169 Post office, Lockhnven, Pa.
" V ?
HOTELS.
DRVOS HOUSE, 114 BLEEC.KER STREET, NEAR
Broadway, on the European plan.?Rooms by the
day, week or month; reasouable terms; Lodging, 50c. to
$1; Dining Rooms. Ac.
Grove house, 176 blbecker street, near
Broadwav.?First class Rooms, with excellent
Board. $1 ;.0 to $2 p?r day. $6 to $10 perweex; grounds
for croquet
Hotel st. qermain.-fifth avenue, twbnty
second street Broadway; elegant location; rooms
all front: coolest In the city ; American and European
plan: reduced prices for summer; hath and elevator;
desirable tor strangers and families.
Win. G. TOMPKINS.
A PIERRE HOUSE. ONE BLOCK WEST OF CITY
Hall, 56 Warien street?100 light cool Rooms, 50o. a
dav, $2 to $8 a week; lamtly Booms, $1 and $1 50 a day,
$4 to $13 a week.
MALTBY HOUSE, 28 GREAT JONES STREET,
caving changed hands and helng thoroughly re
fitted and i alntcd. is now ready for guests. Board and
Rooms at summer prices. Day boarders, $7 per week;
Rooms, without board, at moderate rates.
MILLER'S TURKISH BATH HOTEL. ?EVERY
chronic disease cured, without drugs, at Turkish
and Electric Bath Headquarters. 41 West Twenty-sixth
street New vork, splendid Rooms at summer prices.
NEW ENGLAND HOTEL, SO BOWERY, CORNER
Bayard street?200 light Rooms, neatly furnished;
40c. or Sue. par night, $2 to $3 per week; tor gentlemen
only.
TX7INOHE8TER HOUSE-EUROPEAN PLAN,
VI corner of Broadway and Thlrtv-flrst street.- ele
gantly furnished Rooms, en -uite and single, with all
modern improvements; also first class Restaurant
T. D. WINCHESTER.
COUNTRY BOARD.
At forest dell, village of clavkback,
suburbs of Hudson, N. V., a lew families can be ac
commodated with first class Board and Rooms; horses
an J carriages o.i premises; good bathing; Iruit and veg
etables ui abundance; extensive grounds, fine lawns;
Blcntv or shade; liberal arrangements for the season,
all at or address FOREST DELL, box 10 Claverack Post
office.
A FEW ROOMS FOR BOARDERS AT A FARM
house; location unsurpassed; tea minutes' walk
from depot Address box 4 Post office. Summit. N. J.
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED OR
the Sound at the most reasonable terms; one hoar
t'roin the city; plcutyoi bathing, fishing and splendid
drives, Ac. Address WILLIAM UAYLER, City Island,
Westchester county, N. Y.
AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER, ABOUT TO GO TO
the country, would like to take oharge ot a tew
bora Prepares tor college. Superior references. Every
care. Terms moderate. For particulars address
TEACHER, Herald Uptown Branch office.
A WEST INDIAN FAMILY HAVING MOKE ROOM
than the.v require would accommodate a party ot
gentlemen or gentleman and wife: fine grounds; iresh
milk and vegetables; stabling for horses. Address box
63 Bye Post office, N. Y.
AT A LARGE PRIVATE FARM HOUSE, BEAUTI
fulu situated, properly kept?Board, attention,
comtort, can be had; near the citv; bostor cars: mod
erate terms. Address PARTICULARS, Herald office.
317 Weal Thirteenth street
Avert pleasantly situated farm house.
about 65 miles up the Hudson; will accommodates
?mall party tor the season; good board, good air and
reasonable terms. Address CHADWIOK, box 159 Herald
office.
A FAMILY RESIDING ALONO THE HUDSON, FIFTY
minutes'* irntu Wall street, will rent with first class
hoard, elegant Suit of four Rooms; house modern;
charming location; six minutes' walk from donot
Inquire of CRANK, 1,305 Broadway.
AGBNTLBMAN HAVING A LARGER HOUSR
than he can occupy, will receive a few first class
boarders; lamily or single gentlemen; the house is on
high around, tn a periectly healthy locality, near the
Sound, in fteslcbester county: large water iront; good
anchorage for yachts; fishing and sate bathing; One
lawn; ftuit and shade trees, and bnt a short distance 1
from the city; board to suit applicants; table d'hote or
a la carte. Address SOUTH HIDE, Westchester Post
office, Westchester county, N. Y.
j^T WOODLAWN HOTBL-NOW OPEN; TEN ACRES
lawn; trait and shade trees: grounds entered irom
Grand Boulevard, between 10?tn and 107th streets, to
beach oil Hudson; stages and cars to city; good stabling,
boating and fishing. WRIGHT BRO.-., Proprietors.
T KAIRHAVKN, NEAR RRD BANK, ON NORTH
Shrewsbury River.?Hummer sccommodations for
ten or twelve people. Proprietress can be seen to-day,
from 2 till 6, at 1,193 Broadway, room 1A
Board.?at ooshbn (orange county); house
on high ground: plhxza all around; bath, hot and
cold water. Call at or address 56 Uramercy place, or
GEORGE HOVEY, Goshen.
Board wanted?in plainpield, orange or
Montclair. for gentleman, wife, two small cnlldreu
and nnrse. Address, giving price and references, MLR
CHANT, Herald office.
Board wanted?at long branch or this
siae, on or noar the ocean for a gentleman, wife,
nnrse end two children (two and six), two rooms, from
July L Address M., box 1,619 Post office.
Board at kbyport, n. j.. three minutes'
walk from landing; good batning and plenty of
fhilk: terms $7 to >10; no children taken under k> years.
_ yean.
Address, box 67 Post office, lor one week.
Boarders wanted?on a farm, two milks
from Saratoga ; location high : house modern; shady
lawn and croquet grounds; good table: fresh eggs, milx
and vegetables; water from springs daily; communica
tion with Saratoga per omnibus or carriages. Address,
for three days, or call between twelve (12) and two dO, at
132 Bast Twenty-ninth street, New York.
CORNWALL ON THE HUDSON-AMONG THE
mountains, with fine water view. Rooms, with
good Board, at irom |8 to $U; lainillea preferred ; refer
ences Address ARTHUR. Herald Uptown Branch offico
CNOUNTRY BOARD IN PRIVATE FAMILY-TERMS
J moderate Address O. W. ARTHUR, North port,
L. L, or 177 and 178 Fulton Market
/"TOCNTRY BOARDERS WANTRD-AT A FIRST
yj class Mansion House and.Farm, at Peekskllt: beauti
ful plsce; good table; good accommodations; terms68
per week; large rooms MI i C H KLL'8 77 Cedar street
COUNTRY BOARD AT CATHKILL?F1NE SHADED
grounds: Rooms large and airy: terms reaeouabie.
W. KBNN KOV, Proprietor, will be fonno at the Cosmo
politan Hotel this day Irom 9 to 3 o'clock; city refarcnosi
given and required.
/TOUNTRY BOARD.?KATONAH, Ik HOURS FROM
\j city by Harlem Road; spacious house, delightful
grounds; moderate pricea Refer to Ball J. How, Mo. 3
Pins street
COUNTRY BOARD OR THR HARLEM ROAD-96
miles from the city, on small farm: good Rooms,
idv lawn, high groumt Inquire at No. A later Ileum,
Barclay street.
fNOUNTRY ROAKD W&.NTF.D?AT CORNWALL, ON '
\J the Hudson, or on Orange Mountain, for self, wife, I
three children (eldest eight youngest three years) and 1
nurse, state terms to, J. H, s.. Herald office. I
COUNTRY BOARD.
Healthful, dklightful accommodation*?
Superior Rooms and Boardi stabling for horses;
fresh vegetables. trull and milk on premises; all modern
con venleneeat 40 minntea from Wall street. Addreaa pox
2,800 Post office.
Large and shall rooms for gentlemen,
or gentlemen and wive*; SO initiate* from foot or
Liberty street to the houae: croquet bathing, boating
and fishing. Address A. Greenville, N. J.
Long branch.?parties desiring to make
arrangement* for the season at the best located Cut
taxes on Ocean amine cun now secure a onolceof
Ron ma. with strictly drat class Board. Particular* at 279
Filth avenue.
Long branch.-helmbold cottage, smj.
ated on Chelsea arenas, adjoining the Ocean House,
with a vie w of the ocean. Parties, permanent or tran
sient, wishing rooms can get tull particulars at No. 218
West Fevenleeuth street. Private table turulshcd to those
desiring it Families preferred.
Mr. gilbbrtm house, at sing hing, is now
open tor families lor the season houae targe; tine,
shaded grounds; desirable Rooms, with water through
out; also good stable accommodation. Address
CHARLEb GILBERT, Sing Sing, N. Y.
New briohton, near quarantine.? single
or married gentlemen seeking uccowmodatious
are offered the best at moderate prices, in a private
residence, lacing the bay. Ad drew RUBENS. Poat office,
Quarantine, s. 17
Richpield springs, n. t.?healthiest and
handsomest place m the State; romantic views,
drives, walks, sailing and fishing; bracing mountain air.
For first class Board, at reasonable rates, in private
honse ad)oinlng the springs, address C. C. CHAUBKRLIN.
CIRPSON FARM HOUSE. GLEN COVE, U I., NEAR
O steamboat landing, five minutes irom railroad
depot?A lew first class boarders taken; large lawn;
abundance of shade and truit; stabling, Ac. Inquire ot
I. M. MOK8K, St Nicholas Hotel.
SUMMER BOARD AT BEDFORD SEMINARY FOR
Individuals and tamilies, with moderate charges.
Address R.J. C., 120 East Tenth street, New York.
STATE N 181.A ND?SUPERIOR BOARD FOR TWO
gentlemen, in an English family Card* at paper
store, Canal St., or address Mrs. 8., -.tupleton Post office.
(JTATKN ISLAND.-SINOLE AND DOUBLE ROOMS,
O with Board, in n private family at Tomnkinsvllle,
within a few minutes of first landing; 8' minutes from
city ; references. Address box 1,9211 New York Post office.
SUMMER BOARD AT .SAG HARBOR, L. L?FINE
largo house, with superior accommodations iind
advantages, with stabling. Address Mrs. JULIA M.
WADE, bag Harbor. L. 1.
TWO OR THREE FAMILIES (ADUl.THl CAN HECURE
elegant Rooms and generous Hoard, at the moat
attractive place in Tarrytown, by uddrusstng lock box Y.
SUMMER RESORT'S,
A?ALBURO SPRINGS HOUSE, VERMONT, NOW
. open; also Franklin House, Ilighgate Springs Vt. ;
both undername proprietors; terms moderate. Send for
circulars.
Adrian institute, isklin, n. j.. one hour
Irom New York on l'hilacteldhia Rutlroad.?a lew
first class'aiuilli-s and -ingle parties can be accommo
dated with Hoard during vacation; tins house is delight
fully located, convenient to depot; gas, baths, siabliug,
fresh milk and vegetables. Address 45 south Washing
ton square or 71 Broalwav, New York, room 89.
A-JKNKINSON'S HOTEL, HIGHLANDS OP NAVE
. sink. N. J? will be open for reception of guosts
June IS. Rooms, en suite and singly, for families; surf
and still water bathing, boating, fishing, Ac. ; terms
moderate. JAMES JKNKINSoN, Proprietor.
Addison house, middlebury, vt., among
the Green Mountains, open the venr round; within
a short drivs of Luke George, Luke Cliumpluin, Lake
Duiunore. Ticondcroga, Grand View Mountain. Board
$1U 5J to 917 50 per week.
( LARK N. SCOFIELD, Proprietor.
A?PREMIUM POINT HOUSE, DELIGHTFULLY
. situated on the Sound; fine sou bathing, Routing
and fishing; 45 minutes from New H iven Depot: one
mile from New Koclielle; no chills and fever, no mos
quitoes. For terms, Ac., apply to A. C. PLY'Ml'TON, 29
East Forty-sixth street, corner of Madison avenue.
A -BKI.MONT HALL. NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN
. Island; two Cottage* added, containing twenty two
fine, large Rooms uewly and handsomely furnlsnod;
first class accommodations at reasonable rates.
Brighton house pkrth am boy, n. j.?now
open-. 18 trains, fare 28c.; fine groves, lawns truit
trees; location unsurpassed; sea bathing, fishing, bil
liards, bowling and all the popular amusements: terms
very moderate. 11. B. KENT, Proprietor. Apply to
JOHN L. PRIME,872 Broadway, Oran.l Central l.otel.
TJATH HOTEL, BATH, L. I.?THIS POPULAR 8UM
JD mer resort lias been completly renovated and re
furnished, and will he ready for the recoption of board
ers on the 1st of June; sea bathing, boatiug, sighing, Ac.
For rooms, Ac., apply as above, or at the olfieo of Irving
Hull, corner of Pllteenth street and Irving place. New
York. AUGUST FUNK, Sr., Proprietor.
C2ANADARAGO HOUSE, RICHFIELD SPRINGS, OT
J sego county, N. Y.?Opens Juno 1; best family Ho
tel; two minutes' walk irom the celebrated Sulphur
Springs; terms inodurate. For particulars address F.
STANTON, Proprietor.
G1LARENDON HOTEL, LONG BRANCH, N J., HAV
/ in? been thoroughly refitted, is now open for the
season; first class accommodations; terms moderate.
SPENCER A BATES, Proprietors.
DOLKMAN HOUSE, FAR ROCKAWAT, L. I.?18
open for the season; first class accommodations tor
iertnanent and transient boarders at a moderate m ice.
JOHN 8. GOLEM AN. Proprietor.
(NLIKF HOUSE. RYE, WESTCHESTER COUNTY
J N. Y., is now open.?Magnificent vletv of the sound
Vy 4*1 4 ? * to tlv ** P" 1 ? ? -* a* n * tivvtsv * ?*-.*? wi ' ,,vi * V *1 aava
and Long Islandt splendid bathing, bonling, flshli g and
stabling. Mrs. A. PKTITJEAN, Proprietor.
DOTTERER HOUSE. COLESVILLK, N. J. ON MID
lana railway.?Now open for the season ; first class
accommodations for families and gentlemen; irout fish
ing, fine drives and beautiful scenery; terms moderate.
Audreas H. HOWE, Coleavllle, N. J.
D
WIGHT BOUSE, BINOHAMTON, N. Y.
Open to the pnbllc May 26, 1874.
Elm park iiutkl. a. l, now open for
Boarders at reasonable rates; boats leave hourly
Whitehall or Dey st EM iXH A BROWN, Proprietors.
Fenwick hall, new saybrook, conn.?thih
hotel will be opened for the season Juno 27. It Is
situated on the .Sound, at the mouth ot the Connecticut ;
River, and has superior accommodations. For terms
address the proprietor, D. A. ROOD. United States Ho
tel. Hariiora, Conn. Information obtained from 7 to II) i
P. M. by applying to J. H. FAIRCHILD, Glenham Hotel, i
Filth avenue, New Tort ?
Hotel fenimore, cooperstown, otseoo
county N. Y? will open June 15. Parties desiring
circulars or wishing to engage Rooms will address D. P.
PET fa KM, Hotel Fenimore.
Howell house, quooue, j,. i.-good board,
fine suri bathing, sailing, Ac.
J. P. IIOWELL, Proprietor.
LAIRD'S MANSION HOUSE,
Long Branch, N. J.,
now open tor guests.
WM, L. McINTIRK, Proprietor.
JWEET SPKINOS.
Monroe county. West Va.
This delightful summer resort will lie open for there
! ception ot guests on the 15th ot .Tune. For the style til
its appointments and quiet comfort this establishment is
! unsurpassed. The water is a pow.-rt'ul tonic and the
? verv large pluntre baths, at a temperature of 78 degrees,
arc both healthful and luxurious. Telegraph ollicn in
I the hotel. The daily papers every morning; a dne band
' of music engaged for the season; a splendid hall room,
' a good livery, ant! every amusement to be found at a
| first class watering place. Charges i>er day, $5; one
? month, $75; two or more months, $80 per month. Chlt
| dron under ten and servants ralf rates, excursion
tickets, good tor the senson, at greatly reduced rates, to
be had at oil the principal railroad offices.
A. B. MILLER, Superintendent
'EVEN SPRINGS MOUNTAIN HOUSE, MONROE,
5 Orange county. N. Y? opens June 15.
E. fa. VAiLL k CO., Proprietor*.
Tarrytown heights hotel, tarrytown,
opens June 15. For Rooms, Ac., apply to JAMES T.
DUDLEY, Proprietor, 10 Nassau street, room 88.
The parry house?at highland falls, on
the bank of the Hudson. 1% miles trom West Point,
will he opened Juno IS; terms reasonable. For particu
lars address WILLET PARRY, Highland Fails. N. Y.
WILLIAMS HOUKE. CLARK'S HILL, 8TAMFORD.
Conn.?Finest location in town. For terms apply
to or address F. A. BRIOG8.
WHITEFIBLD HOUSE?WHITE FIELD, N. H.,
situated in the midst of the White Mountain*, now
open for summer boarders; sore relief tor hav lever;
Board from $7 to $14 per week. Send tor circular.
C. HENRY ABBOTT.
WOODSBURG PAVILION, WOODSBURG, LONG
Island.?This magnificent hotel is now opcu and is
one of the best family resorts near New York, overlook
ing the Atlantic Ocean; terms $15 to $18 per week, $1! per
day, N. t. SBWLLL, Proprietor.
PROPOSALR.
XTOTICB TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.?SEALED
?1 proposals will be received by the Jersey City end
Albany Railroad Company until noon June 15, tor the
work and materials necessary to finish the road to Hav
emtraw. Imormatlon lurnished on application to the
ud5rr^r,rl
President. M Beaver street, N. Y.
Proposals fob wrought and oast iron
Work tor the United States Court House and Post
office. New York city.?Office of Superintendent, May
^^?4.?Sealed Proposals will be received at the offloe
of the Superintendent until M M. of the ifith day of June,
1874, tor mrnlshing, delivering, fitting and putting in
place the Wrought and Cast Iron Work ot the staircase*
of the skirtings, of the railing and fascia to Messanine
floor, or the Post office screen; ot the casings, Ac., to
girders of flrst floor; el the veittUator on root of court
yard, of the entrance doors and the illuminated tiling to
floor*, root and sidewalks?all as exhibited on the draw
ings, described la the speoiflcatlona and called tor in the
sn?
PRctulf
? Copies of the driwings, specifications and schedule
m*y be had on application at this office.
AH the scaffolding required by the contractors to pat
the work in place wtU be furnished by the government
free of charge, but will be erected by the contractors.
Proposals will be made by the piece, superficial or
Hneal foot ?r weight, for the various items of work, aa
provided tor in the schedule.
The work of the Post office screen, railing, Ac., to
Meoanma, casings, Ac., to floor under courtyard, en
trance doors, staircase E. and the illuminated titlng,
must be completed within three months trom the date of
acceptance ol proposal; stairs A, B, C and D, within four
months from same date, and the remainder of the work
within six months from date of acceptance. The differ
ent divisions of the work to he periormed in the order to
be hereafter given, but within the times sbove specified.
Payments will be made monthly, deducting 10 per
oent until the Anal completion ol the contract
All bids most be accompanied by a penal bond. In tbe
sum of twenty five thousand dollars ($25,000), that the
blddsr will accept and perform the contract it awarded
him, the saffloiency of foe security to be certified by tne
United States Judge, Clark of tbe united States Court, or
the District Attorney of the district wherein be resides.
The department reserves the right to relect any or ail
iffild* U Itbe deemed for the Interest ot the government to
?o so. or to subdivide the various Item* ol work among
different bidders, at its option. Every hid must be made
on the printed form to be obtained at this office, and
must conform In every rente ot to the requirements of
this advertisement, or It win not be considered.
Proposals will not be received from parties who are
not themselves engaged in the msnufaoture of wrought
and oast Iron work, and who have not the necessary fh
Ctlities tor getting out the work.
? Proposals will be enclosed In a sealed envelope. In
dorsed "Bid for wrought and cast ironwork." and ad.
firnoasd to U, T. UULMUKD. buoerintendent.
^fsuBOPtABmmniaM
UlNAKD UNK.
c
NOTIOK
Willi a view of diminishing the chance* of collision the
steamers of tnle line take a specified course tor all sea
sons ot tlie year.
On the outward passage from Queenttown to Ne* York
or Boston. crowing the meridian ot SO at IS latitude, or
uuUiiiig to tlie north ot 43.
On the homeward Damage crossing tlie meridian of SO
at 42 latitude, or nothing to the north ot 41.
and every following Wednesday and Saturday from New
York. e> trainers marked * do not carry steerage passen
gers. Cabin paaaage, $80, #100 and kilo, gold, according to
accommodation, Return tickets on tavornbie term*,
steerage at lowest ratea Steerage ticket* trom Liverpool
and queeustown and all parts or Knrope at lowest ratea
Kor freight and cabin passage apply at the coin pan v's
office, No. 4 Bowling Orren. for steerage passage at 1U
Broadway, Trinity Building.
CilARLEBG. FRANOKLYN, Agent,
or to P. H. DO Vr,RNKT,
Clark and Randolph streets, Chicago. IU.
PASSENGERS PER STEAMER SCOTIA EMBARK
trom the Canard wharf, foot o' Oraud street, Jersey
City, all JO P. M., on Wednesday, .tunc 10, 1874.
CHARLES 0. FRANCELYN,
No. 4 Bowling Qreeu. New York.
s
FECIAL NOTICE.?THE SPLENDID MAIL STEAM
shlp WISCONSIN, sailing Tuesday, June 9, will
carry a limited number ot Intermediate pas-Angers at
>45 currency each. The roouis contain tour persons;
every requisite ?* provided; also separate dining room.
Superior accoinuioaatious tor steerage passengers at
very tow ratea Apply to WILLIAMS A GUION, 29
Broadway.
o
NLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE.
France and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to
(. 29 ttrou
WILLIAM.-- A liUION. 29 Broadway.
-\\7I1ITE STAR LINK.
VV FOB OUKEN8TOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL
jNMAN LIN B.?SOUTHERLY COURSE.
ltoyal Mail Steamer* are appointed to sail as followsr
FOR QUEKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL
CITY OF LIMERICK Wednesday, June 10, at 1 P.
CITY OF BRUS ELS Saturday. June 13, at 2 P.
Vli i vr div \j n is b r ? u uuo w. bv m a . a.
CI i Y OF CHESTER Saturday. June 2d. at 10 A. M.
CITY OF RICHMOND Saturday. June 27, at 2 P. M.
CITY OK PARIS Saturday, July 4, at 9 A. M.
Cabin Passage, $80 and $91). gold.
i.teerage.?To and trom all point* at reduced ratea.
Cabin and general office. No. 15 Broadway.
Steerage offices. 33 Broadway and pier 45 North River.
JOHN U. DALE, Agent.
THE BHltflBH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL
MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND
LIVERPOOL CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
'*?* ""TOM raoa tut* rung.
?SCOTIA Wed., June 101 ?RUSSIA Wed., July I
ALGERIA BaL, June 13 | CHIN A. Sal. July 4
?CUBA. .. Wed Juue 17 i CALABRIA.. .Wed.. Julv 8
BATAVIA SAL June 201 SCOTIA. Wed.. July IS
ABYSSINIA. Wed.. June 24 I ALGERIA bat .July 18
The General Transatlantic Company * Mall Steamship*
between New York aud Havre, calling at Brest.
The splendid vessels on till* favorite route to the Con
tinent (being more southerly than any other,) will sail
trom Pier No. 60 North River, a* lollows:?
LAFAYETTE Saturday. June IT
PEREIRE Saturday, June 27
Price-ot passage in gold (including wine) :?
First CJbtn, $125; Second, $76; Third, $35.
Exoureion rickets at i educed rates.
American travellers going to, or returning from, the
Continent ot Knrope, by taking this line, avoid both
transit by English railway and the discomiorts of cross
ing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble and ex
pense.
GEORGE MACKENZIE. Agent, 55 Broadway.
Not??Lengthened steamers being at present unpopu
lar it is proper to state the lact that there is not now one
such In the French line.
North germ an lloyd steamship company.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN.
The steamship KoLN, Captain it. Kingk,
will sail on Wednesday, June 10, at 2 P. M., trom Brrmen
pier, loot of Third street, Hobnken, to be followed by
steamship ODER. Captain Ko. otereudoro,
on Saturday, June IS.
RATES OF PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVBB AND
BREMEN,
payable in gold, or its equivalent la cttrrency.
First Cabin $120
Second Cabin 72
Steeruga 30 I
For iretght or passage apply to OElIIICUS A CO.,
Agents. No. 2 Bowling Green.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE?STEAM TO qUKENS
town and Liverpool.
Sailing every Tuesday.
WISCONSIN, Freeman Jane 9. at IP W.
MINNESOTA, Be idoe. June 10, at 3 P. M.
From pior 40 North River.
Cabin passage. $80, gold: steerage, $.3. currency.
Prepaid tickets at lowest ratea
Passengers booked to and trom Paris, Hamburg, Nor
way aud Sweden. Ac. Drafts on Ireland. Englantt.
AIL
CELTIC June 13. at 3 P. M.
ADRIATIC June 20. at 10 A. M.
Baltic June 27, at 3 P. M.
OCEANIC July 4.
REPUBLIC Julv 11.
?From the White Star docks, pier 52 North River.
Rates?Saloon, $33, gold; steerage at low rates.
Saloons, staterooms, smoking room and bathrooms la
midship section, where least motion is telt. thus combin
ing satety, specj and comfort.
For inspection of plans and other Information apply at
the company's office, 19 Broadway, New York.
R. J. COR I"IS, Agent.
*
FOR PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG, HAMBURG.
The Hamburg American Packot Company Hi iron
mall sieamslilp
FRISIA,
Captain E. Meier, will sail on Thursday, Jane U, 1874,
for Hamburg.
Rates of passage to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and
Hamburg
First Cabin?Upper saloon, $120; lower saloon, $72,
gold.
Steernge to Cherbourg and Hamburg, $30, gold.
Steerage to Plymoutn, London ana all points in Eng
land, Scotland and Wules. *3', currency.
the THURINCIA will sail June 18, 1874.
tl i -
KLTtnARDT A CO., C. B RICHARD a BOAS,
General Agents. General Passenger Agents,
61 Broad street. New York. 61 Broadway, New York.
S2TKAMER TO
5 Qneenstown every THURSDAY;
^rWv_$23
ANCHOR LINE, No 7 Bowling Green.
F
OR CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LONDON AND ALL
other potuts in England and Wales.
South Wi
The South Wales Atlantic steamship Company's new
first class steamships will sail from Pennsylvania Rail
road wiiarf. Jersey Ctly, as follows:?
GLAMORGAN ....Saturday, June 13
PEMBROKE Saturday, June 27
First cabin passage, $75 and $BJ, currency; second
cabin, $55 currency; steerage, $30, currency. Prepaid
steerage certificate* from Cardiff. $33, currency. Draffs
tor ?1 and upwards. For further particulars apply to
ARCHIBALD BAXTER A CO., Agente,
.17 Broadway, New York.
Ci RKAT WESTERN
r STEAMSHIP LINE.
NEW YORK TO BRISTOL (ENGLAND) DIRKOT.
The steamers of this line will Mil trom Dior 18 East
River us follows:?
CORNWALL. Western Ratnrdajr, Jane 10
AKKAGON, SymomU.v.. ..Wednesday, Ju^l
Cabin passage, $7t>; tnternicdiate, $65; steerage,
currency; excursion tlcaets, $10b.
Apuly to the Agent, 70 South street
E. E. MORGAN'S SONS.
CIOOK'S INTERNATIONAL TOURIST TICKETS ARE
' issued to uil parts of the world; Cook's cheap
American tours to all parts of the United States ana
Canada; Cook's educational party to Switzerland, Italy;
Ac., sails by special sleamer BOLIVIA, June Sc. Fares?
$350, $450 and $M , gold. Including alt expenses. Cook's
'Excursionist/' American edition, for June, now ready;
contains lare and expenses tor upwards ot 2.0U) American
and European t< ura; price It cents. Address COoK. SON
A JENKINS, all Broadway, corner Warren street N. Y.
Eagle link.
UNI. Kl? STATES MAIL STEAMSHIPS
TO PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG AND HAMBURG.
1 he elegant Clvde built iron ateamships will sail trom
New York as follows:?
LKSSING, Captain Tnosbuy Jane 18
HERDER, Captain Fischer June 3U
trom Eagle Liue pier, loot of Pltut street, Hoboken.
RAlEs OF PASSAGE TO
PLYMOUTH, LONDON, CHERBOURG and HAMBURG.
Cnbin?First saloom $110, gold; second saloon, $71. gold.
Steerage?To Plymouth and London, $30, currency; to
Cherbourg and Hamburg. $30. gold.
Prepaid tickets frem Hamburg, $'Ki. currency.
For freight apply to FUNCH, KuYK A CO, V South
William street
For passage apply to KNAUTH, NACHOD A KHUNB,
General Agents. 113 Broadway.
Anchor line.
PASSAGE RATES REDUCED.
NEW YORK AND ULA8U0W.
STEAMER EVERY ALTERNATE DAY.
From Company's piers 20 and 21 North Hirer. New York.
Utopia Tuea. juno 0
Macedonia..Thurs., June 11
India Sat, June IS
Victoria Tues., June 16
Italia 1 burs., June IS
Australia Sat, June 30
Ethiopia lues.. June 33
Caledonia... fhurs., June 25
Rates ot passage, payable in currcucy :?
TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, LONDONDERRY,
QUERN S'TOWN OB BELFAST.
Cabin. $66 to *?k accoMi^^ ^???er a^c*?c^t^?d>'
Sons. stWrDLK bRtKKRAOK, $*?
Drafts iswed lor any ?$?nVuVttn?tio"n. to Com
pany'? offices, No. ^"^^"brOTHBRS, Agents.
ipo
ROTTERDAM DIRKUT.
Most oonvenlent and agreeable route tor Holland, Bel
gium, the Rhine and Switzerland, fortnightly, bv the
new Clyde built steamers ROTTERDAM, MA as, 80H0L
TEN, CALAND
Tne magnidceut steamer 8CHOLTEN will leave Har
beck'a stores, Brooklyn, June 11. Passengers reaeh
Cologne in six hours trom Rotterdam. First cabin, $70;
*cond. s^^a^te, $30.
L. W. M ORnIS, General Passenger Agent Morrh' Eu
ropean Express, 50 Broadway.
JJiTioKiiTuKB. >otI0R
The moat sonthorly route ha.- always been adopted by
this company to avoid ice and headianda
From plan 44 and 47 North River.
TO QUKENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
EGYPT, June 13, 1 P. M. I CANADA June 27,3 P. M.
EGYPT, Jane 13, 2 P. M. I CANADA June 27,3 P.
QUERN, Sat, Jane 2U, ? A M. I.SPAIN. July 4, 9 A. M.
foblondon dirkCt.
FRANCE. Saturday, June 6. 0:30 A
Cabin passage, $70; $H0 currency. Steerage at greatly
reduced prices Return tickets at reduced rates Pre
paid steerage tickets from Livemool at the lowest rates.
Apply otTne company's office, No. 60 Broadway.
K. W J. BURST, Manager.
STATN8W!Y0RK: TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL.
^ BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY.
These elegant new Clyde built steamers will sail from
pier 36 North River as follow*.-?
STATE OF GEORGIA Saturday. June 13
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Saturday. June 27
STATE OF VIRGINIA Saturday. July U
And every alternate Saturday thereafter, taking passen
gers at through rates to all parts of Great Britain and
Ireland. Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Germany.
Steerage as low as by any other IMie.
Drafts tor ?1 and upwards. For freight or pasmge ap
ly to AUSTIN BALDWIN A C~
ply to AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO.. AgentA
No. 72 Broadway
Steerage office. No. 66 Broadway.
O'DONOVAN ROSS A?TUB BEAUTIFUL AMERICAN
mail steamer WISCONSIN sails Tuesday ; a bio CITT
OF LIMERICK and UTOPIA; steerage passage at lows
est rates. Northern Hotel, corner Cortlandt and West
streeta.
COAHTWISK g TIC AM SHIPS.
1/OR HAVANA,
r NASSAll/PROORKSO AND VKRA ORUK,
NBW YORK. HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAILS. & LINK,
leaving pier No. 3 North River at 3 P. IL
CITY OF MHH1DA (Havana via Nassau)....Tune 11
CUT OF HAVANA (Havana direct)//"... .Jane 18
GIT?.OF NBW YORK..(Havana dtractK June 26
CUBA (Havana and Mexico).. June27
For freight or passage apply to
r. AUklxHMs a SONS, a Breadwv
bijkopun tmuimain.
PACIFIC MAIL 8TRAM8HII* LIMB TO CALIfOI
MIA, J Ay AM AMD CHINA, VIA PANAMA
Bate* at fiMI* (including uln?o?Mrira tar tka
trip)?Mew York to *uVr?Dc Uco, $60. $no or $ll<k cur
rency : flan Yrancnco to Yokohftma,.llao fJiV? ?
Francisco to Hons Koua, It d, gold * ' K?m' **?
-steamers laave pier At North Ktvar, New York, aa (M
tows
COLON, Captain 8. P. Oriffltt.. ? ? ? .auue 21 et IS uoa
ACAPULCtJ, Captain J. M. Dow lulv 3, al it nooa
And every alternate Saturday, calling at Kingstea.
Jamaica, connecting with all steamers lor (cutral
America and South Pacific porta Extra steamers (or
freight and way passengers will be deapatched on Inter
vening Saturdays. aa necessity may require,
steamera leave saa Pranciaco tor Japan and China m
folio wa;?
J a Pan June 11
CHEAT REPUBLIC June ?
and every alternate Saturday. Por freight or pa
or turthcr Information apply at Comoauy'* office, en
wharf loot of Canal afreet. New York.
U. U DAYTON, H. JT. BULLAT,
Freight Agent Superintendent
SAN DOMINGO.?POB PORTO PLATA, SAMANA AND
san Domingo City ?The United States Mall steana
ship OH LP Hi BEAM, Captain Edward Whithurit, will
leave pier I! North River on or a boot Wednesday, Jnnn
10, at 3 P.M. Kor freight or passage, at reduced rates,
apply to L. DEL MONTE, so Exchange plaoe.
FOR ST. DOMINOO,
Por Puertii Plata. Samana and St. Domingo Oltar, the
United Mutes mail steamship TVUKK, Captain K. A. De
lano?, wilt leave pier 8 North River on 1'"
?, at 3 o'clock P M For freight or passage apply to
8POPPDKD HRoS. *(?<>., & Broadway.
TBXA8 LINB.-FOR GALVESTON, TOUCHINO A?
Key West, carrying the United States Mail,?Steamer
CLYDE, Captain Kldridge will leave pier S.) East River.
Saturday. June 13, at 3 1?. M Through bill* of lading
fjveu to Houston auil all points on the Oalveston, Hone
on and Henderson un 1 B. 8 and C. it. R No oharm
for forwarding in New York. Por freight
having superior accommodations, uppU
C. H MALLORY A t-0., 153 Maiden lane.
W. p. CLYDE, 119 Wall street.
SOUTHERN LINE.
iO KOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
The following uew and first class steamers will sell
every Wednesday,at 3 P. M., from pier 2U East River:?
CITY OP DALLAS, Captain (tines June It
CITY OP OALVESTON, Captain Evans June IT
CITY OP HOUSTON, Captain Dee ring June*
CITY OP SAN ANTONIO, Captain Pennington Jul* I
Krelghi received daiiv. Through rates to Oalveston.
Indianota, Kockport or Aranzas Wharf, Brazos, Santiago
anil St. Louis. Cab.n passage, $30; Steerage do.. $Bt.
Por freight ur passage, having superior accoutmodatlon%
apply to C. U. MALLOKY A CO., Agents,
159 Maiden lane.
JIOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
The Cromwell Ste ninth In Lino.
The steamship NEW ORLEANS, Captain Clap*. wlR
leave pier No. 9 North River, on Saturday. June 13. at 9
P.M. Krelcht received daily. Through rates given tu
Oalveston. Indlanola, Rockportor Aranzas Wharf, Bru
zos. Bantiavo. fit Louis and Mobile. Cabin passage. M;
steerage, .>25. For freight or passage appiy to CLARK A
SEAMAN, 88 West street.
J MIR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINB.
The steamship Mississippi, captain M. B. OrrvweB.
trmu pier 36 North River (loot of North Moore street), on
Saturday, June. 13, at 3 o'clock P. M.
1-might received daily. Through rates given to St.
Louis. Vicksbiirg, Mobile. Oalveston and Indiauola.
Por ircight or passage. having superior accommoda
tions, apply to FREDERIC BAKER, pier :W North River.
Norfolk, Petersburg and Richmond.
DaILY' LINK to Norfolk,
and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday to Petersburg uaA
Richmond.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Prom pier 37 North River, foot of Beach street, steamers
leave dally at .3 I*. M. for Norfolk, and PA88KNORK
STEAMERS tor Norfolk. Ci'y Point and Richmond on
Tuesdays, Thur days and Sa urdays, same hour; aud Kri
dava 3 P. M.j lor Noriolk onlv.
Through bills ot lading and passenger tickets Issued In
all points South and Southwest via Virginia and Tennes
see, Atlantic (toast, Seaboard and other Hues; also by
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad for Western points ana
by steamers at h'orlolk for Newborn and W asliington. N.
C. and other points Office, 197 Greenwich street.
? TRAVKLLBHS' Ol'iUE.
LINE FOR ALBANY.?TIIR SPLKX
. did steamers DREW and Br. JOHN loVvc DlcrAL
.ootOf Canal street dally (Sunday*lexccotedMitVP M
A AND TROY BY DAY LINE BTHAVUHATfl
v 4 VIBBARD and DANIEL DREW leave toot a#
Veatry stroot, pier S9 North river at H-A) A M lis
at Von?if'r^r *,rcet- north ol Erie firry, at 8:41 landing
twnJngmmd%??L P?'utl 0ornwml1 Md **wburg,re
CITI2i?KSv LINK FOR TROT AND ATata PftTWM
rsexecpttd) >at>dtp~l|le^Ht st?a,nbo?l? dally (Satnr
gttiyjKa T&p!"*piur43 Nur,h
IT1 ALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON
Th? ?ru - ,n" Ne,TP?rt ?nd Pall'River,
nJvnT^f.-f^u.? ?te?mor? BRISTOL and PROVl
5... l, w P|cr 29 No?li River, foot of Murray *??*
dally (wuudavj, juae 14 to September S iScluiveiS?
Cltv "Old at all principal iiotela in the
city. Hall's Band engaged lor the season.
For norwalk and danbury. the pavoritr
steamer NELLY WHITE leaves, dallv toot ot tile
iiee^fats'pBi,l?j!i.lr2rV?^f 2,:ii ?? M" and Thirty tldm
?treet at 3 P. M., connecting with the Dannury Prill mad
For rondoct and Kingston i AwntNa a?
)'.l'lSrZ'uCo^W"li, Ntrrburi? Marln?Nro?h. Mil*
_er'.*very Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 4 P. M.
I Pennsylvania railroad. ~
| ^Jha Great # Trunk Line and United States Matt
j "KskB&Js J8t.SE."" " *?*
^Ws?3tefWsasitr,i-i.,K
?atf-* Sunday. 5 and SdOP. M.
jh.SiP? itev5?# n
iWlZSt Loak utrea ??? ' oomioctln^at
iS,^tV^ofe?Tpdaf6'7'
^^AW5rAj*7n7rt^VVn W siL?iT- T,
?J0, 3:10. 3:4(1, 4:1), 4:S(V B. fi-20 5 in A a
8:^10. IIJOK M.; in?lS nBiVlAaV^SdS&
For^.'hv.y"?d 6^%'
lV&ht* stSdav^Sdo'p V:1?- # A?' *Wf-V?
rtt.^d^nd W Md 8oQ?l> *???* ? ?*
ym';a?d f a! M., U M., X S:1U, 4 JO, * XR
For Beat Millstone, 12M., S:10 and 4 A) P M
g jtassfaiitaiisTif? ??
J?! Frvohold, 7 4. M., 3 and 4 P. M.
? Parmin^dale and Snu&ti. 7 A. M and 2PM
tSeftftS? !ff vuboatr^
*$? ?:a0 A" "T
"2* oiRBS'TkK" ?vbmfTr^
. _j>eneral Manager. Pen. Passenger' Arent
T)ONDOUT AND KINGSTON? LANDING AT OOS.
l aluTno &r#lh N'ewhnt-ir. Marlborough. Milton. New
?nd^AMES^ B'ALDWm! i?*M J,HU*fS CORN EM.
& N K, dwly at 4 K ' 'eaV? namv>n ,,r#et. P*?
cjtoninoton line for boston
vooJC" "lBe,*nt steamers
akkaqansett, every Tuesday, Thursday and Satar
SfoNfNOTov, every Monday, Wednesday and Pridav
frop pier 43 North River, at s P. M. rna*T.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT FORI 1S74?HaRLKM awn
New York Navigation OompanT -OommaneSS
Monday Jane &1CT4. landing at hlevanth
ria. Mghty-iuurth street aud Harlam ?w^s Aatw
lime of leaving Peek slip?1:\> j ao Ten a.wi -
HMVIRTVlSlJillri? J-"'* i-AJfliSa
Cul.TSvlir.r;? ???*
?r ^jssanssss^
MCURglOSA '
?GRAND EXCURSION TO THE REGATTA OF
the New York Y^cht Clab Thursday. June a IWA-Th*
palsoe team heat MA OF. NT A will leave Twenty-dMHtt
.!XC?R:";XON8 TO CONRY island ?OM
PBTKR W. MAGUIRR,('"aM??*
?''HrineN^arv^~7HH RK'JULAR BOATV THtt
inue fl eC2i.*?a.?fB?. teamor KNlORT, ( aptatw
roTna sid a fwi w,u> ??h1 Mam
menee her uf ,r?"l*or*nt and bar. will coae
(71r ???7.1^?2p! Sunday, June 7, and rati regularly every
, *7 throughoot the snnimer, laaviM
waoend street North River ttg o'olook A. iff
* v?JS: di bDrln* *treet North Rjver, at 4 JO a. M ? piar
f North River at? o'closk A M. This boat will maiteew
landings on East River. Fins brass and string band aw
^,ard F,r*' MPtlenaan $1 j ladia* JOo. ??
VTKW YORE YAt'MT CM B RACK. ?THUR&Day"
Tw,,'!TU'f.Hm.m*L. hS ?Bd !?vortte Steamer
r^n J Wtfcwrl
Fulton terrv. Froeklye, * 44 4 M.; pier M (foot of K
street! North River. 10 Jo A. M.' MorrU wpeel 2
Jersey Olty ??i44 A M.: pier 8 North River, TT ATM
rare tor the enseen i?n. $1. Refreehmeats o. aU M
served on board. 0
Removal of statkn island ferry from~pieSb
II North River to loot of Whitehall street, sooth slda
1*4 Battery. Boats leave half-past every hour toe

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