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KIHOPR&1 NTKHMSHIM. j XLTHITK b r a r i.i.-.h, ff FOR Ul'Kl-.KH'foWM AND LIVERPOOL, CARRYING THE t'MTi 1> STATES MAIL, OCEANIC July A at 9 A. M. MITAMNiC July 11, At 3 F. M. CBLIIO Ju-y Is, ? 9 A M ADRIATIC July M, at 2 P M. Renublie Auiruat I, at 8 A. M. ?From the White sur docks, pterin North River. Bate -naloou, SMI. gold . >' ' ruire at low rates. Saloons. staterooms. smoking rw.ni and bathroom* In a.'dahtp motion, whera least inotion is felt, thus eo'uLuting saiety spaed and comfort. For Inspection of plan* ait.l other Information apply at <be oompauy'a otfloe, IS Broadway, New York. H. J COMTlrt. Agent. CCNAKD LINK. NOTICE. With a view of Jlmtmahlni/ ttic chances of collision tho steamers oi tai. liuc, take a spcctded court.- tor ail season* ot the year On the outward passage from Qtteemnown to New York ar Bo*ton crovtug the meridian SO at 43 latitude, or SK> thing to the north of li Ou the nmuewaro passage crossing the meridian of SO at it lautnde, or nothing to the north or 4/ THIS Nitlfl ii v.NI) NOttiU AMERICAN ROYAL Mail STKAM-Hips bjciwrkn new York and LIVERPOOL, CALIJNU AT CORK IIAKBOK. raoa saw roaa, | raoa m? tork OALAHKU Wod, July 8 RU.NSLA Wed. Autr 5 SOOT IA WaX_ Julv 15 1 Pit IN A sae Anf. h ALUKK1A -Sat.. July U I CALABRIA.. Wed.. Aug. 12 CUBA Wed , July 3 | "SCOTIA Wed., Aug. la ABYSSINIA Wed., July 29 I ALGERIA . Sat. Aug. 22 and every to.lowing Wwinedjv and -alnrday irom New York Steamers marked do unt.-arry steerage paaiten gers. Cabin pa^gn, AS). $li'0, $13'.), gold, according to ictotnmiHliition. Return tieg-ts on lavuruble terras Steerage at lowest rate*. t teerage Uckota iroin Liverpool and Uueenaiuwu and all parts of Europe at lowest ralea For freight and cabin passage applv at tbe eompanvN nftlce No. 4 Bowl ng Green. for Peerage passage al 111 Broadway, Trin.ty undoing. CliARLtS G. FKANt'KLYN, Agent, Or to P. H. DUVERNET, Clark^and Randolph streets. Chicago, 111. PASSUNGKits KKtt STEAMSHIP CHINA KMBARK trom the Cunard whin, loot of Orauo street Jersev City, at * A. M. on Saturday, 4th July, 1S74. UllAS. (A FRAACKLYN, No. t Bowling -reea, New York. riiO IRELAND AMD IMI AMD, $IA JL STEAMERS K V - RY DAY'. Railway ticket* and drafts. Intermediate, Philadelphia Line, $33. O'DONoV A.N KonSA. Proprietor Northern Hotel corner CortlauJt and We*i .uecu. New York. EAOLE LIME. __ UN 1. El> STATES MAIL STEAMSHIPS TO PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG AND HAMBURG. The elegant Clvde built iron ateam^iupa will sail trom New York at lollo??:? OOfcTHK. captain Wil?on Jnlv 14 SCHILLER. < aptain I hoiuaa luly 23 troui Eagle Line pier, loot ot Kirn street, Hoboken. | RAiE^ OK PASSAGE TO PLYMOUTH, LONDON, CHERBOURG and HAMBURG. Cabin?first saloon. $12d, gold', aecond saloon, $72. gold. Steerage?To Plymouth und London. HO. currency; to Cherbourg and Hamburg. $:?), gold. Prepaid tickets from Hamburg, $16. currency. For Ireight apply to k'UNCH, EdYK A CO. 2i South 1 WUliatn street. For passage apply to KN'ACTH, NACHoD A KHCNE, General Agents. 113 Broadwav. FOR PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG. HAMBURG. The Hamburg American Packet Company's Iron null steam so p HOLSATIA, Captain A Barends, will sail on Thursday, July p. ts?4, lor Hamburg. Bates of passage to Plymouth. London. Cherbourg and Hamburg:? first cablu?Upper saloen. $120: lower saloon, $72, gold. Steerage to Cherbourg and Hamburg. $30, gold. Steerage to Plymouth, London and all points in England, Scotland and Waiee, $30. currency. The SILEsIa will sail July 18, 137L KUNUARDT A CO., C, B. RICHARD A BOAS. (1 Broa<l street. Mew York. 61 Broadway, New York jkman line.?southerly course. Royal maU steamers are appointed to sail as follows:? | For Queenatown and Liverpool. CUT OF Paris. Saturday. July 4. at 9 A. M. CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, Juiy 11, at I P. M. CtTY OF BKUFSKi.S Saturday. July 18. at 3 P. M. CITY OF CHESTER Saturday, Jufy 23 at 2 P. M CITY OF RICHMOND Saturday, August 1, at 3 P. M. Cabin passage, $o0 and $90, gold. Steerage, to and from all points, at reduced rates Cabin and General office. Mo. 15 Broadway. Steerage offices, 33 Broadway, and pier 46 North River, i JOHN O. DALE. Agent j JTIOR CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LONDON AND ALL ! X other points in England and Wales.?TUe Booth ' Wales Atlantic steamship Company from Pennsylvania i Railroad wharf, Jersey City, as toiiows:? OLAMORGAN Saturday, July 18 ' PEMBROKE Saturday, August 1 i First cabin pssBage, $73 and $&). currency; second cabin. $33, currency ; steerage, $3o, currency. PreDaid : Steerage certificates from Cardiff, $33. currency. Drafts for ?1 and upwards. For turtber particulars apply to ARCHIBALD BAXTER A CO., Agents, 17 Broadway, New York. North german lloyd steamship company FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. The steamship GRAF BLSMARt K, Captain J Merer, j will salt on M edneadar. July 1, t P.M., irom Bremen Pier toot Third street, Hoboken, to be followed by Steamship AMERICA, Captain F. Himpeek. on Sa4nr- i day, July 4, li M. BAYER OF FAS.SAOE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND BREMEN, payable In sold, or its ecjurvalent in currency. First Caoin $130 Second i abta 71 Steerage 3u For freight or passage apply to 1 OhLlliCHS A CO., Agents, No. 2 Bowling Green. The state line. SPfcr lAL NO TICK.?After Saturday, .June 13, the I steamer* oi this line will be despatched every alternate Wednesday on til July 22. w ben regular weekly sailings (every WeJluoedayi will commence. nbw york to glasgow, liverpool, bi.least and londonderry. These elegant new Clyde budt steamers will sail lrom pier 3d North River as loilows:? sTaTE OF VIRGINIA Wednesday, July S HTaTK OF GEORGIA Wednesday. Juy22 j niAiA \jr ifluiAjiA ounesjay, only -T# and everv Wednesday thereafter, taking pansengers at through rates to all parts ot Grout Rritajti and Ireland, Norway. Sweden, Denmark aud Germany. Steerage as low as by any other line. Drafta tor ?1 and upwards. For rrmght or parage apply to AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO.. Agents, No. 72 Broadway, Steerage No. 45 Broadway UNrTED STATES MALL LINE?STEAM TO <4 I'EENStown and Liverpool. saillnf erery Tuesday. IDAHO. July 14. at SP M. i WISCONSIN, Freeman July 21. at 11 A. M. From pier <6 North ttiver. Cabin passage. $S0, gold: steerage at lowest rates. Prepaid tickets at lowest rams. Passengers booked to and rroin Pans, Hamburg. Norway and -wedm. Ac. Drafts on Ireland. England, Prance and Germany at lowest rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A GUI ON, 29 Broadway. XT ATI ON AL UN B. J> NOTICE. The most southerly roue has always been adopted by thia company to avoid lee and headlands. rroin Piers 44 and 47 Norib River. TO QUBENBTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. SPAIN, July 4, 9 A. M. | GREECE, July IK, 9? A.M. Canada,/uiy u.-tjor. m. ! the oiEE.Ouiy 25,1 p.m. FOR LONDON DIRECT. HOLLAND, Simpson. Thursday. July 9. 12 M. Cahiu passage, $7u. $80 currency, steerage at greatly reduced pricea. Return tickets at reduced rates. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool at the lowest rates. 1 Apply at the company's otflc-. No. *19 Broad way. W. J. H I'RsT, Manager. A NCHOft LINE. ja? PASSAGE KATES REDUCED. NEW YORK AND ULASGOW. STNAWBR EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, trom Company's piers. 2? and 21 North River. New Y'ork Europa Sat., July 11 I topla Sat, July IK Assyria ... Wed.. July 8 I Victoria Hat.. July 25 California bat. .July 111 India Wed., July 29 Auglia... Wed., July 15 | Ethiopia .cut. Aug. 1 Rates of passage, payable in currency:? TO GLASGOW, LITER POOL, LONDONDERRY, VL'KENSTOWN OK BELFAST. Cabin, (LI to fsi, according to steamer and accomraoda tiotis Return tickets issued at reduced rates. INTERMEDIATE, $25; STEERAGE. fit. Drafts issued tor ativ amount at lowest rates. Rend tor clrcula. -' giving flill iniorinatlon, to com pany's offices. No. 7 Howling Oreeu RENDER.-!ON BROTHERS, Agents. STEAMER TO Qncenstown everv WEDNESDAY; Steernye #1.5. ANCHOR LINE. No 7 Bowling Oreen. Great western STEAMSHIP LINE. NEW YORK To HKISTuL (ENGLAND) D7KBCT The steamer ot th.s lne will sail trom pier 18 East River, as follows:? (inKA j vftsinu.i, piamorr -iatur lav July 18 CORNWALL. Western lu?ol?v, Aug. 4 Cabin passage. $70; intermediate, $40, hu cruge, $30, currency, excursion tickets $!0>. Apply to the agent, 70 South street. > :. s. morgan-.; sorb. QJfLY LURE T LIN I. TO FRANCE. THE QKNERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S mail steam.ships between new yobk and HAVRE, CALLING A1 BREST The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Con- ; tincut (being more southerly than any otiieri will sail Iroui Pier No. M North River as follows WASHINGTON, Lecheinci. satnrdav, Jniv 11 VILLE DK PAIil.s Dame Saturday, Julr A". LAPAYEITE, Hellard. . . -aturrtav, AngustK PKI< K OK PA.-sKAUE IN HOLD (including wlnej, Flret cabin, $1115. Secood $7> 1 bird, Six), excursion tickets at reduced rate?. American travellers, by taking this line, avoid both transit by En-diali railway and the discomforts ol crossing the Channel, besides saving time, trouble and ex pense. GEORGE M ACKENZIE. Agent, b Broadway Note.? LKNOl HENEI) steamers b-irig at present unpopular, It la proper to state the (act that there Is now none such in the FRENCH line To L< NDON DIRECT?THE SPENUID STEAMSHIP HOLLAND, Thursday. July #. Kor passage trotn or to London Liverpool. Oueetntown, Glasgow. Derry or Beliaet ?t lowest aies. apply at TIlOMPoON'B Pliwiago pfllcc. 71 Broad way,. orner Rector street CO AST WIRK *TEAMJ?IIIP?L Pacific mail htknm>h?p lineto California, Japan and i'hina, via Panama. Rates ol Passage including all necessaries for the tripi :?New York to 'mi ft am jro, fluo or $1)0, currency; Kan Francisco to Yokohama. AlflU, gold; r>an Francisco to Hong Kong. $?*). gold Kteaniers leave pier ? Nortli River, New York a I follows-.? ACAPULCO. Commodore. A. <). (,r?- . Tuesday jujy 7 12 noon. ' COLON. C'aptutu J. M Dow. July y, at jg noon And every alternate .Saturday, connecting witli all Steamers lor Central America and Mouih Paclrtp ports Extra steamer* tor freight and wnv passenger* will be lespatched on intervening Saturdays as necessity may nrnt. Steamers leave 8an Francisco for Japan and China as follows COLIMA July II ALASKA . Juir ? And every alternate Saturday. For freight or passage or inr.ner information apply at company's office, or wharf loot of Canal vtreet, New York. U.J.BV LLAY, AUFUK hatch, Hupertnteodcat. Mansgiog Director. O. H. DAYTON, Freight Agaut. a 1 ?? OOARTWin BTK.VMSHII-*. ROTAL WKUT INDIA MAIL STEAM PACKET COMPANY. Regular communication trout Havana by ateamera ol in* Moyal Mall Maam Packet Company with Gulf of 1 Mexico, Porto Bico.st. Thomas, Barbados, Trinidad aua other Weai India Island*. Ac , Panama and the Pacific. The veanala ol the abore company otter an excellent opportunity tor traveller* visiting the Weal India I Island* and other plaoea called at by toe company'* I ship*. Return ticket* Issued ; abatement In favor of families. [ Steamers leave Havana for the Uult of Mexico about the 2lst, and lor Porto Eico. St. Thiuias. Jamaica, the West India Inlands ttenerally. British tiuiana, lathmuaof Panama and the Pacihc about the 7th of each month. For further particulars apply to Mintirs MaiTLANO, PUc.LPs A CO., New York; J. B. CAMEUON. Esq., Sl Thomas: J. B. CBAWFOKD, big , Havana, or J. M. LLOYD. Secretary. :i> Moorgate afreet, London NhW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE. These Oral class steamships will sail every Tuesday, at J P M.. rrom pier 13 North Elver, toot of Cedar street, for Havana direct, aa follows:? I COLL'M B(T?, Cap win J. H. Barker Jnlv 7 MOKKO CASTLh, Captain T. H. Morton. JuiV It CRESCENT CITY, Capiam T. 8. Curtis. July .'1 For freight or passage (having magnificent accommodations) apply to WILLIAM r. OLYDK A CO.. No. 6 Bowling Creen. j D. McKBLLAU, Agent in Havana. LNtli HAVANA. T NASSAU, PKOORESO. CAMPEACHY, VERA CRUZ NEW YORK, HAVANA AMI MEXICAN MAILS, c. LiMv Leaving pier No. 3 North River at 3 P. M. ; CITY UK llAV ANA (Havana via Nassau l July 9 CITY or NEW YORK Havana directs Julv Id CITY oF M KXICO (Havana und Mexico) July 13 , CITY OF MHKIUA (Havana direct). . ...... . July 33 For trcighl or passage apply to K. ALEXAMIRK. A SONS, 33 Broadwav. rtlEXAR LINK?KUK (ULTlltOI, TODCHINO AT L Key Went, currying the United States MaiL?Steamer S'fA IV OK TKXaS Itsntsln H..luwr v. ill leave titer 20 East River, Friday, July S. at 3 P. M Through billa ol lading given to Houston and all points on rite Galveston, Houston and Henderson and H. H and C. R. R he charge lor forwarding In New York For treight or passago, having superior accommodations, apply to 0. H. MALLOKY A CO.. 153 Maiden lone. W". P. CLYpK, 119 Wall street. L^OR XlilV ORLEANS DIRECT, r MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LIME. The steamship MISSISSIPPI, captain M B CroweII. from pier 3d North River (loot of North Moore atreet), on Saioniay, a air u. ? s o'clock 1'. M Freight received dally. rnreturn rate* atr?a to at. Lout*, Vlcksburg, Mobl.e. Galveston and InJtanola. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to FREDERIC BAKER, pier 36 North lUver. Ij^OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. I' The Cromwell steamship Line. The steamship CORThM, Cap:. S. L. Nickerson. will leave pier No. J North River, on Saturday July 4. at ll) A. M. Freight received daily. Through rates given to (Ialveston. Indiauoia, Rockport or Aransas Mi hart, Uraz-.s I Santiago. SL l.ouis and Molnle. t ahni passage, (50; j steerage, (25. For freight or passage anplv io i LARK A aMA.N, HP West atreet. ' SOUTHERN LINE. O FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The following new and drat class steamers will sail everv Wednesday, al 3 I'. M . from pier 20 hast River CUT OF man ANTONIO, Captain Pennington...Julv tt CITY OF DALLAS, Captain lliues July 15 CITY O- OALVBSTON, Captain Evans Julv 22 CITY OF HOI'STON, ( apUiti Deertng July 29 t Freight received dally, llirougn rates to Galveston, IndlanoIa, Rockport or Aranzas wharf, Brasog, Santiago and ;-t. Louis. Cabin passage, (50; Steerage do, $25. For freight or passage, having superior nceommodationii, apply to C. H. MaLLORY A Oil.. Agents, 162 Maiden lane. X-'.iU '.i.K I'ETBKSBl KG AND RICHMOND. IN DAILY LINK TO NORFOLK, and Tuesday, Tliuraday and Saturday to Petersburg and Richmond. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. From pier 37 North River, footol Beach street, steamers leave duily at 3 P. M tor Norfolk, and PASSENGER 8 ih am Kits tor Norfolk, Ct'.y Point and Richmond, on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, same hour; and Fridays, :t P. M., tor Norfolk amy. Through bOls of lading and passenger tickets issued to all points 8onth and Southwest. via Virginia and Tennessee, Atlantic Coast, Seaboard and other lines; also l>y Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad for Western points and bv steamers at Norfolk lor Ne Abern and Washington, N. (X, and other pointa. Office, 197 Greenwioh street. TRAVELLKK8' GUIDE. A ?CITIZENS' LINE TOR TROY TND ALL POINTS 21. North and West.?Elegant steamboats dullv (Saturdays excepted) at 6 P. M , from pier 49 North River, foot of Leroy steer t. Fare low. A LB.ATn Y AND TROY BY DAY LINK STEAMBOATS.? A c viKHien mn.i niviKt. nnitv u.,v.. iv.ni ?t Vestry street, pier 3D North Hirer, at 8 :30 A. M., ami Tweutr-ihlra street, north of Erie ferry, at 8:48, landing at YouK.cn, Tarrvtown and Nyack (l>y ferryboat). I'ough keepsie, Bbincbeck Catskill and Hudson, connecting for all points West and North. Trip tickets to West roiut. Corn wall and Newhnrg, returning same day, $1. special I trains to and from Saratoga. To Saratoga, s3 21); round ' trip, $5 40; to Hound Lake, $2 35: round trip, $4 40. A-PKOrLE 8 LINK FOR ALBANY.?THE SPLKN- | . did steamers DREW and Si. JOHN leave pier 41, i foot ol Canal street dally (Sundays excepted;, at 6 P. M. j A -NARATOOA?DIRECT ROUTE. VIA CITIZENS' j lane ol Steamboats, pier 49 North River, 6 P. M.: $2 50 through, on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, and 93 Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Excursion Ticket* New York to Saratoga and return, good 3U davg, only $4. Afternoon boat for wl.-t point, nb wbpkg, iTiUghteepsie. Readout and Kingston, landing at Cozzena', Cornwall. New Hamburg ana Milton.?The MA.P.T POWELL, from Veetry street pier 39, every afternoon, at 3K o'clock. Tickets in packages at reduced rate* _ ALL RIVEP. LINK TO BOSTON. VIA NEWPORT ! and Kali River.?The world-renowned steamers BRIsioL and PROVIDENCB leave pier u8 North River, loot of Murrav street, daiiy (Sundays included) at 5 P. M Through tioketa sold at all pnnrtpal hotels iu the city, Hall's Hand cng.iged for the season. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, I THE GREAT TRUNK LINE AND UNITED sTATEs MAIL ROUTE. Trains leave New Y'ork. f*on? toot of Desbrosses and Gortlandt streets, as follows.? Express tor Harrisburg, Ptttsbcrg, the West and South, with Puilmau palace cars attached, 9:33 A. M.. 5 and 8:3U P M. Sunday 5 and 8 30 P. M. For Williamsport L-ajk Haven. Corry and Brie, via Philadelphia and Erie K&ilroad. 8:30 P M., tor Williamsport aud Lock Haven, 9 HO A. M., connecting at Philadelphia For Baltimore, Washington and the South, "Limited Washington Express" of Pullman parlor cars daily, except unday, 9:30 A. M. ; arrive Washington 4:10 P. M. Regular at 8:40 A. m., 3 and 9 P. m. Sunday 9 Express for Philadelphia, 8:40, 9.30 A. If., 12:30.3,4,5, 7, 8:30. 9 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday 5, 7, 3:30 and 9 P. M. Emigrant and second class, 7 P. ft. Aecoin. lor Trenton at 7 A. M.. 2 and 3:10 P. M. Por Newark at 6, 6.30. 7. 7:4b 8. 9, 10, U A. M , 12 V.. I, 2, 2.30. 3:10. 3:4li. 4:11), 4:30. 5 5:20. 5:40, 0, 6:10, 6:30. 7:30, 8:10. 10, 11.30 P. M. and 12 night Sunday 5:20 and 8:10 P. M. For Elizabeth. 6, 6:30,7, 7:40, 8, 9. 10 A. M.. 12 31., 1, 2, 2 JO, 3:10. 3:40, 4.10, 4:30. 4:50. S JO. 5:40. 8, 6:10. 6:30. 7:30, H:KMo, 11:30 P. M. and I2nlght. Sunday 6:20 and 8:10 For Rah way, 6.6.30,7, 8, 10 A. M., 12 M? 1, 2, 2:20. 3:10, 3:40, 4:10, 4:6J. 5:20, 5:40. 6, 6:10, 6:30 8:10 10 P.M. and 12 ni'/hf. Sunday 530 P M. For Woodbridge, Perth Amboy and Booth Ambov, 6 and 10 A. M., 2:30, I i.V) and 6 P. M. Por New Brunswick, 7 and 8 A. M., 1] M., 2, 3:10, 4:10, 5:20, 6:10 P. M. sod 12 night. For hast Millstone. 12 M., 3:10 and 4-JA P. M. For Lambertviile and Fleiningfon, 9 JO A. M. and 4 P. M. For Phlllipsbnrg and Belvidere. 9-JO A. M., 2 and 4 P. M. For Bordentown, Burlington and Camden, 7 aud 9:30 A. M . 12:30, 2, 3:10. Sand 7 P. M. For Freehold. 7 A. M., 2 and 4 P. M. For Farrningdale and Srjuon. 7 A. M. and 2 P. m. For Pemhcrmn and Camden, 6 A. M., and via boat from Pier 39. 3:35 P. M. Train.-arrive asiollows:?From Pittsburg, 6 JO, 9:50 A. M., and 9.35 P. M. daily: 6:50 P. M. daiiy, except Monday From Washington and Baltimore, 6:30 A. M., 4:19, 5:15 and 10:27 PVm. Sunday 6 20 A. M. and 10:27 P. M. From Philadelphia, 6:10, 6:20, 62SO, 1ft 15, 11 :.w A. M, 2 15, 4:16,5:15.6:50,8:44.10:27 P.M. Sunday 5:10, 6:20, 6 :50, 11:56 A. M., 6:50 and 10:27 P. M. Ticket offices. 526, 436 271 and 944 Broadway; No.l Astor nouse, and foot of Desbrosees and Gortlandt streets. Emigrant ticket office, No. 8 Battery place. A. .1. CASHATT. D. M. BOVD. Jr. General Manager. General Passenger Agent Regular cats kill boats-the steamboat NEW CllAMPIoN, captain stead, leaves pier .35 toot oi Franklin street, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 P. M.. for Catskilf Creek Landing and intermediate poiuta. Steamer ANDREW HARDER opposite flays, at 5 P. M. This is the only lino of Catskill hosta wnicn connects wim bntircom s scaac-a ior tur **est. Through ticket" sold to Cairo, Durham, Windham, Piuttsvillc und other points at greatly reduced rate*. STOHUIOTOR I.INK FOR NEWPORT AND" BOBTON The elegant steamers NARAGAN8BTT, every Tuesday, Thursday and Ratnr a$fTONINGTON, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from pier 3d North River, at Sr. M. Magnificent steamer RHODE ISLAND, daily, except Sunday, from pier 30 North River, at II M. und Twenty-third street. East I'.i\er, at 1 P. M., arriving in Boston the same evening CUNDAY DAY BOAT FOR ALBANY AND TROYk5 ,1AM Ks B SCHUYLER, Spring street pier, 7 A. M.; Twenty.third street, 7; 15. making usual landings. Rc turning leave Albany 7 P. M . arriving at 5 A. M. Monday. Fare 5?.; round trip, $1. Meals served on board, lasave also Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 6 P M. same tare. CIMMER ARRANGEMENT FOR 187i?HARLEM AND t~ New York Navigation Company.?Commencing Monday. June 8,1*74, landing al Klcveiith street, Astoria. Kightv-fiourth street and llanem litre ot leaving Peck slip?? .*?. 0-.SO. 7-.S5, f*-.30 8:55, 10. 10 30 and 11:80 A. M. 12 M., 1 :10, 1 40, 2:30, 3, 3:10 4 30. 5, 5:30, 4:10, 8:30 and 7 P. M s K ?see Time Table where boats land. Sunday boils leave l'eck slip for Astoria and Harlem every 45 minutes, landing at Eleventh street each wav, com uenctng at st ? a. M. ; last hoat leaves at 8 P. M This is tie >iiiy ime eonnectiiig with steutaers for lDgli ami Kingsbrulge J. p. TaLLMaN, -superintendent. CL'NDAY BOAT FOR GLEN COVK AND ROSLYV ; i) landing al College Point, Great Neck, City Island, hand ? Point and < lieu wood?Steamer HKAWANHAKA will iesve Pter No u. East River (Peck slipj, every -uu: day at ? o'clock A M Ninth street, at 9 06 and Thirty third street at U .10; returning to the city about six o clock P. M. 'IMIE STkAMHOAl I . I' NDKRH IL~L WILL Kt'N 1 between Kligabethport and New Yorx on Sundays only, rime .-Leaving New York, Pier 10, North River, I ? A' Y'' L . m , If L. l,;?T"ig Elizabetiiport Hteam boat Dock Id A *?2f. k. li',1 AI4TROLOMV. * ?MADAM U HI.AN< II TBB liRKAT I'NKI JV . vailed Kuaine?? u?d Mr-dnul < lairvoyant. No. IWJ Wf?i Thirty tirnt *u-ent, near (Sixth avenue. A RKAI, ASTkOLOGKR?PROF. UNTKR fONLY J\ t nr m the country).? He read* from the nlancta the only way tne mture can be known neiul tor circular :m .-sixth avenue ATTENTION I?CONSULTATION ON Bi;0INB8R lo*g<**. enanile*, lawjinU, absent tnenila, \?rp mar rfagc, eiokiieaa and death. Pay reiaaed unlcv xatiafled. No. smli avenue. Mine. SIMJIII. clairvoyant. KBDICAU 4 -DR. AND Mil. OBINDLR Ci nh ALL 00* J\, plalnta; 26year*'practice IX West 2#th at. A-MMK. MAXWhLU PHTHIOtAN RF.is I DKNC'.K . 114 East Tenth - r ' ( neai I hll J av<" i? A-.mmb rbhthu., physician HINOK IW). NO. 1 Kaat Pifly aecond street. firm door ITom Kifth av. 4 U, MAUBtCKAU, M. D. OKKICB 129 UMKKTY J\. street, near Greenwich street. A-rot king's omen. no. its' lrxtnoton av. aad Thirtr-Brat drtK Coaaaltatioa at all hour* NEW YORK HERALD, S < ITY I STATr. roil mj. Central. AN OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED TO PURCHASE at ie?a itian cost price the new anil elegant House north *?l corner Madison avenue and k ifty-siith afreet; teet wide; Is finished In hard woods. auJ eoutatn* every modem Improvement. Apply to fci. H. LUDLOW A CO., No. I Pine street. Kait Hlae. AT 1,0* PltrCE-BPLRNDID FIRST CI.ABB HOUSE. No 11 ! a?t seventy-fourth street: mirror*, choude Hers, coneervatory anil Rteam healer: neur Park in trance. JBHnl'l', 25B Broadway. FIIK SALE ON EAH\ TERMS OR TO LKT-THK three story and basement brown atone House (all improvement*! Its Kaal llltli street, between Third and Fourth aveuaea Inquire ot M. h. t'RAS I'O, Alub Third avenue, or ot K. H. 8M1TH, 613 Grand street. Vol Side. For balk cheap-a builoino tlot in tiib Ninth ward, (ronttng on Ab .ngdon square . grand chance to build a French Hat; will pay a Ms interest. Apply at 611 Hudson struct. Fior bale or to let?valuable dock pbop, erty on the North River, with water rights; a I whole Block west of Eleventh avenue. Fifty-eighth and Fitly niuth streets; about W Lots adjoining the Central j.ailroad depot una Grain Elevator; improvements, pre ?i tu mil' mi a u-rm 01 vears. WILLIAM li. KAVNUR, ho. 5X fine street BHOOKLl.\ PHOHKKll KUA SALK AND TO lKT. A BARGAIN ? eight pink LOTS, $1,90U; D1AA round street, near Flatbuali entrance to Prospect I ark: sure to double in value in three year*, surrounded by villas. Apply to MACAU I'll Y tbe painter, 25 Ann street At half prick-nkw two story attic housb tell rooms, two lota; American neighborhood: 30 minutes from ferries; olty and country advantages; worth g¬1 or $ltl,U0l>; give'n to approved party assuming $2,01/ mortgage and Pack interest, payable In easy Instalments. Inquire ol Mr. DAY, Filty -flau street and ihinl avenue, Brooklyn, after 2 o'clock. BAROAIN?THRKR STORT BASEMENT AND SUBcellar Unci House, brown atone stoop, Iron railings, tin roni; 12 rooms; gas, hot water, heater, range, Ae, ; situated a lew Mocks I rum Olty Hall and near Myrtle avenue ; price $j,DU). W. COOK, 235 Washington atreet, Jtrooklyn. For salb-mykti.e avknoe corner store, four story brick Building and Lot; price S16.UU()-, terms to suIl Apply over the store, to owner. 3UU Myrtle avenue. Brooklyn. rpo LET?A SMALL FURNISHED HOU-E IN 1 Brooklyn; first class neighborhood; all improvements; rent $85 per month, or $50, with Board, to one person Address or apply to A. D., 232 Fulton street. New York. i WESTCHEHTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOB SALE OR TO RENT. t r YORK BBS?A SPLENDID HOC SB ON BEST I iY avenue; all the city improvements: near depot; i gronnds handsomely laid out; exchange for city prop. 1 erty. T. J. DUSKIN, 554 Third avenue. rpo LET-IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY 12 MILKS 1 from New York hy New Haven Railroad, a brautinl Country Residence; very roomy and comiorlublc house; uiodcru improvements; 12 acres oi land, tawu and garden, besuuiuily wild out: sail water at lootoflawn; boat and l>aih house, ice house (lull of ice); dairy; fine barn aud stables; plenty oi fine truit and abundance of water; must tie seen to be spurecla cd; to let furnished or unturoishad. Apply to uLVIlB BEY AN, lib Broadway. Yonkkrk.-sevkral HOUSES TO let for HALF their usual rem, turnished or nnlurniabcd; also Y outers Property in exchange tor Farms or city House a JaMKS YOCMANS, Agent, at Yotikert. WHITES TONE PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LE'IL TO LET OR LKA8E-A HANDSOME COUNTRY residence, located on Whitcslone shore; has all the modern improvements; a One lawn and private wharf; garden well stocked; vegetables, Iruit and flowers; 10 minntes' walk to depot and ' tie hour communication to Wail street; 42 trains daily; most be seen to be appreciated. Apply to owuer, 49 Wall street, room 42. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OR TO, RENT. A summer BOARDING house at delaware Water Cap.?Country Hotel and never at Karma for aale cbeap. I- or description, price and terms address William S. keen, stroudaburg. Fa. AT NEWARK?A 8UKKRB NEW MANSION, IT rooms, finished In most elegant manner tor the owner's own use; has all modern improvements; situated iu the best suburb; high grounds commanding splendid view; carriage house and gardeu room; l acres in lawn and garden; neighborhood end surrounding free irom every objectiou; 10 minutes to depot ami 30 to City Hall; this place will compare, In all Its appointments, with any in New Jersey, and must be seen to be appreciate !; rent low, as owner goes abroad. Address J. s. P., 675 Broad street, Newark. A DESIRABLE COUNTRY RE8IDBNCE-EUR. nished. *6 acres, stocked, at Brunswick Heights, overlooking New Brunswick, N. J., tor sale; modern improvements; icchonae, carriage house; numerous outbuildings, all in nice order; peach, pear and apple orchards; quuntities strawberries, raspberries, blackberries. cherries, plums, all in ftill rearing; grapevines, Ac.; nice neighborhood ; well adapted for a private residence or tor cutting up Into villa plots; convenient to churches, schools and depot; frequent trains. Owner, C9 Oortlaudt street, up stairs. IFLUSHING LOTS. ' UNPARALLELED OPPORTUNITIES KOK OWNING A HOME, AND INVESTING IN CHOICE LOTS upon remarkably easy terms. No place of its stie in the United States presents the attractions and Inducements offered at Flushing. It is the nearest suburban city to New York; only six miles from Hunter's Point: tare 1U cents in oalatiul cars, 1 AO trams, 7 depute; 60 minuter tront New York City Hall hy James slip terry and S) minutes by Thirty-fourth street terry; commutation tor ears and ferry but $?>d per year; Id churches, splendid school houses, gas lighted and sewered. sidewalks flagged and shaded by trees ot fine growth, most elegant shrubbery surrounding nearly ; every residence ; fine boating, fishing and driving; It hifc no equal. | Practically nearer than either Yorkvitle or Harlem. , with aulck transit already, with a large population, | many engaged iu business iu this city ; possessing in'.elli! gcuce, wealth and euterpri.se tnis young city is bound to become great and prosperous. Lots can now be had for i resiliences ironi vw io unu me best tor business purposes trom $1,U0J to $4,iXW. Montlily Instalments received trom purchasers or 20 per cent down, to per cent in 5years and super cent in 10 years; warrantee deeds. Maps and tree tickets on application at B. W. HITCHOucK'H Real Estate Headquarters. Sflft Third avenue, corner Twenty-sixth street, or opposite Main street depot in Flushing IrtLUflHIBn.-TO LET HANDSOME DWBLLINO, ' with grounds, near Bridge street depot; rent $6uU ; Apply to ti. EDWARD CARLL, Flushing; or E. L. ! Bl'shK.zr Broadway. New York. For sale-a be \utiful 7u acbk river front Farm, in the Delaware Valley, Pennsylvania. 70 miles directly west from New York, together with all the crops in ground, for f .1,800; terms to suit. For further partli-nlars call on oscar Q. raffkrty, so Old slip, or address william kafferty, Stroudsburg, Pa. For halk-at Greenwich, conn., a track of SO acres of Land, one mile north of the borough, commanding a fine view of Long Island sound, and I under a high state of cultivation; It is nearly square, and is well adapted for a gentleman's park or a mile track; no waste ground. Apply to JOoBPH B. ' UU8TEU, I/OR .SALE?OAK BUFFS. MARTHA VINEYARD. F Mass.. a tine cottage, fronting the sea; contains 10 rooms, tully furnished, water ami gas; finest location on the HluOs; will be sold very low. Address J. L. KENDALL, Foktioiough, Mass. i i/or sale-place at wkstfield, n. j., i? f acres, or loss if desired; 2.2U lect road Iront; half mile iroui Fanwood Park station. .'<2 to 58 minutes from , loot Liberty street. New York; 3fi trains dailv. New Jersey Central ltaiiroad: houses, hams; all kinds of ! fruit; elevation 172 feet above North River landing; terms easy, inquire ol F. E. MoRSK, 214 Broadway, I New York. ! T/URNIflHKD COUNTRY RESIDKNi;K i O LET-FOR i j1 summer or year, on Manhasset Hay: JO rooms; 1 plenty Irnit, shade ; sail boat. Ac.; also one at Little Neck, j near depot B. H. Cl'TTER, Manhasset L. I. GEN'TLKMAN'M COUNTRY NEAT, WITH 100 ACRES of superior land, to Lease or Exchange; complete; modern improvements, unexceptionable. Send tor ftall description, U. W. U., box 13 now Hope, Bucks County, Pa. IN STRATFORD. CONN ?FOR KALE. OR TO RBNT, I luruished or uunirnlshed. a new three story House, ooau dma broao, shsdv street near the Housatonlc River; boating and tishing: house contain* 17 rooms and basement garden, A<\ Address Mrs. WM. BAKKYMORE, i box 107 Niratford, Conn. ONE OF THE FIN MKT COUNTRY SKATS IN THIS state, located at riharon springs, containing 6 acres. I with One insole grove and fruit trees; buildings first i.lass, magnificent view of surrounding country and one sf the healthiest location* in this state ; would make a fine hotel property ; no encumbrance now on property. Apply to Cask A POWELL, 144 and I4d Fiathusti avenue, Brooklyn. PLAINFIKLO ?NKW JElt.MV i E.N I'ftAL RAIL road ?For sale, a very attractive Residence, Just I completed ; built In the most substantial manner for win ler and summer use ; finished in hard wood with everv modern convenience . the situation is tlr?t ciasa in every i respect, commanding views for many miles: will be sold I bean For loll narticulars Inquire of WM. 8. DARLINO, | fil Leonard street, New York. (JT LAWRENCE HOTEL. OnfcolNtT B'TRKET, 0 Philadelphia, to reut. Address box 2,815 Poet office, Philadelphia. T) LET -BY YF.AU OH MONTH. WHOLE OR PART Cottage. furnished. Now Hrigbtown Heights, P. I.; rent low ; mav be, taken m hoard. Addrea* HOMK, box g,!M6 Post office. rPO RENT?P(IR THE M MM I R OR YE 4 R, A LA ROE 1 brick house, rnrnisbed, in br.auiiftil village of Derby, j tonn with barn, mauled garden, r.r?<iuet ground, large vard and abundance ot trult and shade trees; three I hours from New York hv lew York, New Haven and i Hertford Railroad: live trains daily. 1'lmtosreph can | t>e seen at 47 I'oiverslty place Address lock box 773 i Derby (Conn.) Poet office. dQEA POt A PT'RN ISI IK l> HOLE OK II BOOMS. fpO?>lr near salt water. 4? minutes from city, for the season ol" lour months Apply to I AN. I.AMBLo-.N, New Kochedc. N Y. d>?> fMW| WILL PERCHASE WooOPINK COT PO.Dl/l/ tage, 4 acres, 15 minutes Irooi landing; terms easy. elegant shade and shrubberv ; other oheap Proii-rty for sale or exchange. CORNELL, Vanderbllt l.audimr, 8. I. Hid A I. EST ATK lit KJtiTIAlKLK. AFlNK. NBW. OOMMODIOIJS i OVJNTRY RBPI deuce 13 acres, all modern irnprovemonts, 10 miri I uies frotn depot, 1)4 hours ironi New York, in New Jersey, for sate or exchange. JOHN P. hUNuRRLAND, *1 Montgomery street. Jersey Olty. A SMALL HOTEL FOR SALE OR RXCHANOE? One hoar from New York New haven Railroad, on river hank; bathing, boating, fishing; oysters In abundance. scenery and drives are elegant; no moaqaltoca; deiirntfhl, healthy, marine atmosphere. Address B. T? box IBB Herald offlou. ATPRDAY, JULY 4, 1874. i heai? estate to exchange. _ Farm in honmoctq oqhkty, n. j.. ut acres-, Farin In Peeksklll, N. Y.. SO acres, lo exchange lor u New York or Brooklyn Property ; alw business place la t Hatavla, N. Y., to exchange tor Ninall place near thin e city; no agent*. JOHN DaVIS, nd l ark row. For kalkok exciianok-a kiust clash i.ai'N j dry. astablia ed #J year* and Joint a gucceirtul l business; will he gold, with Rot and Building, cheap, or a exchanged lor Kami on the New Haven ;oad or l-ol? in P the new Twenty third and Twenty-fourth ward*, not heavily mortgaged j thia ia a good opportunity lor a peraon to engage ut once in a good paying business. at tt ' will bear a thorough inveatlgatiou : no ngenta " _ JOHN DAVIS, X! Park row. n For hale ok exchange?too acres v-hiable ~ Coal I iii 1 Mtnatad In Luzurur cnuntv Peittiyl" I ania ; a fortune in it For lull particular* address E. F- ' Waller, Huek Mountain. Pa. ? WAHTKP-TO PITRCUAKR OR HIKE FUltNlHED, _ (mall tloune a hove Kortv-eecond street, between I _ Lexington and Seventh avenuea Ail hen, with terms. I HBN'iTy N. DODGE, na 18 West Twentieth street. z " OAEPMIW WANTBD. J 1 PARLOR FLOOR (THREE L \ROE ROOMSi. HAND- n 1 eomely furnished, hath, closets, Ac., with private . u table, or tor gentlemen, without hoard; a ho single I Bo.,ma M Kaat Twentieth street 2 OR S gentlemen CAN HAVE ROOMS, BREAK 1 ( fast and lea at IS7 Washlngton^street.Jersey City. A ; iwo diocks rroui Ferry; pnvuie lauiuj , uiuuu v,M day, Price $& f 4VR8T TWBNTY-KIGnTn STRBBT, ONH DOOR from Fifth avenue.?liaiulsoma, large Room lo let, ! with Board: abo tititfle Uooiu; terms moderate; Ger- 1 i uian family; references. _ jJ 5VANDAM STREET, NEAR MACDOl'UAL.? HAND- a somolv furnished first and second floor front l nrior tc ! and Bedroom; also single Rooms, with or without j U : Board; terms mode rare ; day boafdaft taKrii. C VVTNTHHOP PLACK, B TWKBN WAVERLRV AND j J 1 O Clinton places, ;o let, elegantly furnished Rooms with ; ti : Board; house and appointments first class; transient h i and table boarders lifej. I _ ! d ri PER WEEK FOR glNOLK, COMFORTABLY / vOl furnished Rooms, with good, liberal Board: table V hoarders wanted; (IrrtoUn brown stone house; all con, venienccs; central, genteel neighborhood No- <5 _ Seventh avenue. . 1 n WAYERLHY PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY.?HAND- t J.O some Iront Rooms, $14, $15 and 9 Id lor two persona, Qi with Board; no children: single Rooms, 97 and $V; alio table Board, $4. | OK ORAMKRCY PLACE (12 EAST TWENTIETH I Ou street).?Large front Room, handsomely furnished, hi ' for geptleinan and wile; good table; also handsome t! I small Room, at reasonable prices. 8' j Hf\ irvinc place (okamf.kcy park).-extra I yJ large and large hall Hooma. cool, handsomely fur- 1 | nlshed. second and tlnnl boors; location, house and table first class; extremely low summer prices. 8< j 1 A 7 WEST ELEVENTH STREET. NEAR SIXTH | l i I avenue.? comfortable aouble and jingle Rooms ? j for gentlemen or gentlemen and their wives; tlrst class w New England table and true home comforts; references ; A of resin i lability required ; terms moderate. It OQ1 WEST TWENTIETH STREET.?ONE OR TWO 1 -sell furnished Kooma with or without Hoard. J OQA T 11RD AVENUE.-A FEW BOARDERS CAN v Aul) be accommodated with good Board; terms, #5 11 per week. P ; k brooklyn board. | if?t> COLUMBIA HRIOHTS, BROOKLYN.-BOARD.- J \J& Waterside ; Second and Third Floors (third vacant i n on July 1), en suite or separately, also ou* or two single a Rooms, for gentlemen; one of the Quest locations in p AI Brooklyn for the summer. fi hotels. i ?MAI30N PARISTENNE, NOB. 38 AND *0 EAST J . Twelfth street, between University place and | Broadway.?Elegant Apartments for families auu single gentlemen, at summer prices, table d'hote at S P. M. , A?THOU8AND^ VISITING NEW YORK STOP AT * . the Frankfort House, corner of Frankfort and William streets; neat Beds, gfio., sue. and $1 per day; gentlemen and families. ^ A-RMITII'S NEWLY FURNISHED HOTEL (EURO- ^ . pean plan), 58 Chatham street, one block above City i Hall; cool front Rooms, 50 cents per day. Cars to Park ^ }'*Ba wc uuur. vi'vu mi uiguu CENTRAL HOTEL, *53 CANAL STREET, ONE BLOCK I east ot Broadway ?Coolest h'uisc in the citv; good J" Rooms. SOc. and 75c. per day; Family Rooms $1 ?0 and *J ? P?r day. ? Grant HOUSE, 48 NEW BOWERY. ONE BLOCK _ south of Chatham square?cleanest, best ventilated ri eheap house in the city; Debugs. Room* 3.?c. to $2 ncr night Open all night ^ Hotel st. gkrmatn. fifth avenue, twenty- e second street and Broadway.?European and American plan; Rooms, front: baths attache ! , coolest and fi most central in city; summer rates: elevator Filth av. J NEW ENGLAND HOTEL 30 BOWERY, CORNER OF Bavard street?200 light Rooms, ncatlv furnished ; I 0 40c. or aic. per night >2 to S3 per week. For gentlemen h I only. OTURTBVANT HOUSE, n O Broadway, New York citv. J newly furnished and provided with elevators and all t! modern improvements, -ix brown stone houses on g Twenty-ninth street have lately been added to the hotel. r ' Near places of amusement and depots. Terms 4< per a ! davr LEWIE A GKtiRGL ?. LELAND, Froprietors. COUNTRY BOARD. | A COOL, PLEASANT PLACE TO BOARD IN NEW Jersey, one hour from New York ; plenty ot shade; ^ gronnd-i high and healthy ; large airy Room* and piazza; 1 good table: beanti'nl drives to -silt water and clsewnere. ' . Inquire at 45 Cliff street second door, }' I ?, It At qlf.nwood. l i.-good hoard can he ob- . v talned atCHAS. C. CARPENTER'S. The steamer J. j River, dailj', atfi P. M., anu lands oil the (/reraise*.' * A' GENTLEMAN DESIRES A FIRST KATE COUNTRY BOARDING HOUSE FOR HIS WIFE. THREK CHILDREN AND TWO NURSES, WITHIN 50 MILES FROM THE CITY, THE CHILDREN HAVING THE WHOOPITG COUGH: LONG BRANCH PREFERRED. T ADDRESS, WITH FULL PARTICULARS, BOX 3,796 \ POST OFFICE. st Aoentleman and wife desire COUNTRY S! Board in a pleasant location, easy of access. Ad1 dress, statlug toll particulars and terms, which must be reasonable, a. R. B., box 163 herald uilice. AT NORTHPORT L. L?A PEW FAMILIES CAN \ be accommodated with good country Board; plenty ol of mil*, eggs, vegetables. Ac.; within a pleasant walk of " the Sound. Call or address No. 345 hast Eighteenth street, or No. 1,031 Sixth avenue, iu the store, or to |i ISAAC B. ARTHUR, Northport L. L _ A PRIVATE FAMILY RESIDINO AT BLOOMFIF.LD, N. J., near station, can accommodate a gentleman, wife, nurse and child with good Board. Address 'ITCH, i B0RWE- Herald othce. A Board at a farm house?shady and pleas- j h ant location; near salt water bathing ; vcrv destra. | " ble for a family or five or six parsons or two small (ami- 1 lies: $7 per week; children under 13 half price; no other i ,, boarders. Address GEORGE F. WELLS, Jamesport I .. j Suffolk county, N. Y. | . Board at patchogue-oood fishing, gun- ' A ning, sort and still wuter bathing; terms $5 to $i0 I per wuok. Address Mrs. E. A. HULLoK, Mansion House, I Patchogue, LI. j C C1AN ACCOMMODATE A FEW GENTLEMEN OR j ) small families with first class Board at Plalndcld, l N.J. For particulars address ll. M., Herald office. I ' Ciou.NTRY BOARD?IN A PLEASANT LOCATION; ' / fine shade ; gunning, fishing sailing; near the great * I bouth Bay and ocean; terms moderate. L. G. IKI'.KY, c 1 Centre Moriches, Long Island. Kclcrs to Wallace Howell, 155 Broadway, New York. (30UNTRY BOARD?FOREST LAWN, COLD SPRING J Harbor, l. I., tor families and gentlemen; fine j scenery, drives, *c.; boats and nattiiug houses tor guests; v | terms moderate. H. K. BROWN, Proprietor. CTOUNTBY BOARD, SULLIVAN COUNTY.-LARGE J farm house, mountain seenerv, splendid water, good fishing, Ac , via Eric Railroad, iS miles from Cnlli- * coon depot. Address J WlLKKNb, 124 Park avenue. jj (tllflb COUNTRY BOARD FOR 10 OR 1> TWO milks T from Cixsackle.?Large, airy Rooms; plenty of shade: stable accommodations; terms inodorate. Address WM. S. CART, Coxsackle, Greene county, N. Y. CtOUNTRY Bf)ARD?AT A FIRST OLAftS FARM i J bouse, convenient to depot, at Sing Sing; term* $6 c and $10. Address box 206 sing Sing (N. Y.) Post offlco. tG)ENTRY FtOAKD WANTED?FOR HUSBAND, WIFE, t J six children and nurse; board substantial and uot j, stinted: pluce must be free of fever and about one hour's ? ri<t* frnrti rItv. A<lilr?H-< with full UArfir.aliu**. A. IT. R \ 456 Brou'l wuy, up sfuir*. : | THIRST CLASS COUNTRY BOARD?AT MOPKRATB i J/ terms, on the Schoharie Liver, ivlth a farmer; good ' drivee, ashing. Ac. Address D, UOUCK. Uruakhalweii, | Schoharie county, N. Y. J fjURHT CLAfl" BOARD WANTED?FOR THE HUM- I I mer, for gentleman, wita, child and rinrsc, on a ' i farm, within daily communication ,?r the city; moun- | J 1 tain air preierred. Address J. K. J., box 16i Herald A office. (1OOD COUNTRY BOARD IN A FARMHOUSB?!30 ] X minutes drive Irom the ocean, four hours' ride by 1 Lent? Inland Railroad; term a $4 to per week. Address v i box 87 l ost office, Southampton, Long island. I i EHANON COTTAGE, CORNWALL ON THE HUP- ( lj son.?A pleasant homelike cottage, with large piazza and Ann water scene: live minutes'drive rom \ boat, pure mountain air; charges moderate; liberal ariangementt made with parties \TEW BRIGHTON.?PARTIES WISHING BOARD IN 11 one of the flnost residences at this nlare. with large , Rooms, gas. bath, shade, lawn, and excellent views of lurid and water from every room, Inquire of or address J c. A. N , at .Isiiihs ( rabtree's, above landing. , * ON TUP, SHREWSBURY, NEAR LONG BRANCH.? Board lor adults; private lamlly ; pleasant home; shady grounds; location nusorpasscd; good boatiug, bathing, Ac.; terms moderate. F CoLRMAN, Red Bunk, N, J. I)RI VATE BOA' D AT 8WAMPSCOTT-FIRST CLASS i ( accommodation for a frw genteel Isinnics. Direct ( - to Mrs. COFFIN, near the Lincoln Home, on the beach ; Ring lawn, nf.xt to linden park.-a kkvv nice Rooms to let, with Board. Address li. SMI i H, i i ornwall, n. Y. CHAIION SPRINGS BOARD WAN1FD?IN A I'RI ! J O vute. family, tor two persons, lady and child; accoulmodatinns must be first class, lor which a liberal price i will be paid II suited; will remain the season Address, ] stating particulars, M. WARD, Herald Uptown Branch office. TARRYTOWN N V -BOARD IN A PRIVATE FAM lly , ten minutes' wslk from depot; terms reason I able. Address b?x M Tarrytowu Post office, or apply I on the premises. College avenue near Broadway. WB ARB PLKAHANTLY SITUATED on A FARM within one mile of Peronlo Bay and within Are 1 minutes' walk ol Poet office und depot, uod will accommodate a lew boarders through the hot weather. Ad- . | nregs JOHM W. WuODHULL, Jauieaport, Suffolk cou?ty, HUMMER RESORTS. \TLAN TIC HOTEL, BATH. U I ? ROOM* BY DAY or week on reasonable terms; *? bathing, boating, Ishlng, Ac.; steam cars from Ureeu wood stop at door (! yery 30 minutes. y \T FORT WASHINGTON. K WK8T END HOTEL. *J 'm-urpsssed In Its view* of the Hudson, flret class in it* ? opolutmenu, and 23 minutes from i birileth street de- ') oU CmAULK.S M. 8IJELLKY. as ? ? ell A -BELMONT HALL, NEW BKIOIITON. a I? fronts the Bay, with flue view, near landing; i> lend Id sail of thirty minutes by boat, every half hour, rom Whitehall and Dey street; everything tlrst ctaaa. -is Lid crate rates. JJ l>RIOHTON HOUSE?on THE BBACU AT PKBTH *** [J Ambey, If. J. 1 nine trains by Whiteblll street; fare 2ft enis; grove, iawus. fruit trees; all the popular amuseieut*, location unsurpassed; terms low. H. B. KENT. Proprietor A TKAOa HOTEL, FAB ROOKAWAY^ L. I? NOW en 3 open. PATRICK BYRNE, Proprietor^ Ac '1KLMONT HALL, 8CHOOLBY MOUNTAIN HPRINOS, li 3 N. J.?This is one ef the most popular summer reurts in the cooutry; soenerr wild and picturesque; re- oh isrkly healthy; no mosquitoes; line lawns and pleas n?i tit grounds; all appointments first class. ,rl _ P.J). CAKRigUB, Proprietor. en AARSWELL HOUSE. CORNWALL-ON-HUDSON, N. J Y.?Pleasantly located. Largo Rooms; lino shade. .ddressG. H. OARbWKLL. a TOZZBH8' WK8T POINT HOTEL |0 j Is now open. KDWAKD COZZF,N8. Proprietor. rtKRTHICK HO08K, RIOHPIKLD SPRINGS, N. Y.? J Now oi>en for the reoeptlou of guests; house is new, I / icely luriiished and first class; oonvenlent to bstlis ml springs; Rooms en suite and singly; terms from $14 ; i $21 nor week, according to location. Address JOHN iKKffiICK, Proprietor. ! ^ 1LNBARTON HOUSE, NEAR LONG BRANCH, N. J.? u" J This hoase is now open lor gaosu-, la quiet and re- i red. making it specially desirable tor those In delicate 7 Hulin. terms moderate. Address Mrs. M. DOWNS, otig Branch Post uftiee. I is 1 RAND HOTEL, SARATOGA SPRINGS, J In now open. Board $21 per woek ; $3 So per day till August 1. 1 , Proprietor, JOfiN B. COZZENB. X' nlen cove, u i.?pavilion hotel, \% hours 7 by rail or bouts from Peck slip, at 8 30. 4 and 9; fun*ts at 9. LKWLs A CO., Proprietors. C. A. Btrsmio, Manager. ARE VlliW IlOTr.L, WATKINS, N. Y.-T1IK ONLY 9 J lirst class house, with the appointments of a city atel, In the place. It is within live minutes' walk of _ ic Cllen and the only house commanding a lull view of ? t-neca Lake and surrounding country. R. K SMITH, / anager. CLAI.'DK C. CUAKRON, Assistant. ~ ONO BRANCH.?KINU'S COTTAGE, ON OCEAN ~ U avenue, near the uepot?Deliglitlul Booms, with V rletlv tlrst class Hoard ; linest location on the avenue. UfONTCLAIR, N, J.?ASHLAND HALL, THRKE MIN- ~ VI utcs iroin depot; excellent uccommodutton* for the A saaon or yuar; larre grounds; plenty of iruit, shade, -U ic.: Booms, singly or en guite. Roier to George Coan- ol ind, 49 South street. CTHW BRIGHTON-PARTIES WISH1NO BOARD IN .v one ol the llnost residences in this place, with nlco n ool Booms, shade, and superb land aud water view, ^ rill plcaso address HOME, box 116 Herald office: or will t* et pari ol the House, say 6 or 7 rooms, all nicely fur ilshcd, for the season or year, with garden lull ol all nds Of vegetables; only a lew I carders would be taken. "1RIF.NT POINT HOUSE, ORIENT POINT, L. I.? Q .7 Now open, situated on the extreme mid of Long , sland. ironting on the found and Gardiner's Hay, Ln- j icdiately on the water: splendid sea bathing. driving nd sailing; Ashing unexcelled ; reached by Long Island A lailroad irom James slip, and per steamer W. W. Coit ? rom toot oi Wall street. Send for circular. M. B. PARSON'S. OEABODY HOUSE, / I Yonkcrs on the Hudson. ?' Now open. ? L. U. MALTBY. p YIVERSIDE HOUSE, Lv Carmausviile, foot of I92d street. North River. Only 411 minutes from the Battery. A Q. lUNCALF, Proprietor. ^ JURF HOTEL, FIRE ISLAND BEACH.?THROUGH 1 > tickets and baggage checked. Trains leave Houter's 1 . 'ointi)tl9 A. M. and 4:33 P. M.; aco leave South Eighth n treel, Williamsburg, 8:30 A. M. and 4 P. M. Steamer surf . rill connect at Babylon for the beach. D. P. P. SAM MIS. fj MIMMIT IIILL HOUSE?ONE MILE FROM CATS- A 7 kill, will open for summer boarders June 1; nlco pine J rove, good walks, drives, Ao.; temperance ; uccomuao- ** ations for 100 persons; Board reasonable. 1,1 P. M. OOKTOUINS, Proprietor. : rllK SEVEN SPRINGS MOUNTAIN HOUSE, MON roe, Orange county, N. Y., is now open; lino scenery' i o ague or mosquitoes; two hours from New York via ' IrieRailroad. m E. E. VAXLLS A CO., proprietors. i tH. rHE NEW UNITED STATES HOTEL, . Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ' fl This thoroughly built anJ riehlv furnished house, with i 11 the modern improvements and accommodations tor ver !2t>o guests, will be opeued on the JUth ot Juue. Or- -1 ers for Rooms will receive prompt attention. i V AINSWOKiH, I'OMl'KI.S -, Pi.liltY A '10. ' w [lH(I.Ml'SO\'S ATLAN . 10 PAVILION. Ill (i tl LANDS, : L N. J.?This lavorltc seaside resort is open for guests; j _ io?e wishing room can communicate by letter or tele- ? rnph: boats leave pier 8, and the t>ea Bird the toot ol V runltiin street, ilnlfy; the Sea Itird leuves July < at _ iM a. m., sundav at ri a. M. and on Monday st.'io a. M. JOS. 1'. THOMPSON, Proprietor- \ JNITED STATES HOTEL, KAIl HOC. HAW AY, L. I., al O is nuw open. MICHAEL MUI.RY, Proprietor. JITOOmiOURNE HOUSE, POUR MILES FROM 1 ?? Fallgburg station.?Accommodation tor thirty ? carders; first class Board at moderate prices; ; ca cation LtOOieet above sea level: a tine trout sirecm , fu 'ithin a few rods of the house; good hunting in thrf Ct icinity; stages will convey boarders to and iroiu sta- | ? on without charge. Address J. U. WALDO HE, Wood. j durne, bnllivan county, N. Y. ! J\ HOUSES, KOHJIS, ?fct H AVTEO. | ^' In thli City and Brooklyn. j \ TTANTKD-ON a lease, a FIRST class medium ! '? sUed House, between Four ecnth and Eighneth da xects. west of Fourth avenue, ut a reasonable rent, by ~ [i American tamliy of adults; possession at once. Ad- S ress RELIABLE, Herald Uptown Hranch otlice. ^^ In Hie Country. ? JIT ANTED?ON A LEASE, FOR TWO OR THREE A IV years, with privilege of purehasing, a small Farm r Cfttintrv Pls. e wl htn tort* minnt,.* o7 Nrw Vorl h. iil or bout; rent must not exceed $500 per annum ; tenlit entirely responsible. Address iNQUIKKR, Herald \ ptown Brunch ottlce. fn FVKMTVUK. " et \ -WEEKLY AN1) MONTHLY PAYMENTS FDR \ . Furniture. Carpets ant Bedding', ut B. M. COW- i V KRTHWAIT A CO.'.-. t55 and 167 Cbuthaia street. An i 16 nmcn-e stock and low prices. tli A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CARPKTH. FIf K N I- | 111 tl ture and Bedding, at lowest cash prices oy weekly ; -ustalmcnts, at O'FAKKELL'S warehouse, 410 Eighth . venue, between Tuirtinb and I liirt.v-first streets. i - '<?> ? & "noTT J TnINETY FIYK DOLLARS. For above amount we will sell a tine walnut Dresain? 1'i use Chamber Suit, with uinrble tops and drop Uaudles. PRANK KHUN BR A CO., i 82 AM) 84 BOWERY. ( f Manutactnr.v, 222 to 21)0 Fast Thirty seventh street : A ,VT ANTED?Ft' KNIT It It K TO FURNISH A THREE r> IT story house in exchange tor new No. 1 Sewing , laehines. Horse and Road Wagon (Stivers') and some *| Mil. Address IF, No. full Broadway. | J MAfcBIiB BIINTBlg. ! \ \T OKF.ATLY REDUCED PRICE -. i m An extensive stock oi Slate and Marble Mantels, i ' < fash Truy.s and Slate Work ol everv description. in PENRHYN SLATE COMPANY, fu lulon square. Fourth avenue and seventeenth st? N Y. KLABKR, 134 EAST KTOHTEE NTH ST., NEAR | \ rv. Third av., is selling and manufacturing all kinds ' I'inarbie and marblelzed Mantels an 1 other Mttrbie Work w t greatly reduced prices; Marble Turning for the trade. JJJ ~~ lilliLIA ltl)S. A *"1 ?STANDARD AMERICAN BK.V I'.I, TABLES AM) r\ J . the Phelan A Colleuder Combination Cushion* or sale only by tbc patentee, 1L W. COi.L.-.N Dt'.u, sue. \ ossor to Phelan A OoUander, 733 Broadway, New Yort | A SECOND HANI) 5X10 TABLE, NEARLY NEW. fV lor $150; new style bevel Tables, with Deluuey's 1 I ato.nt w ire cushions, indorsed hv Oarnier. lb Assy. Dion ' ? tid others; also a variety of new Humes at reduced re rice A W. H. ORlFFIfll A CO., it) Vesey street : ht 1XJA.% OHVFICKS. I ~j AT JOSEPH SOLOMON A COt'S, 131 FULTON -t street near Nassau?Money advanced on Diamonds. F? V'atches, t-ilver Pluto, due Drvusoi, Sllis, camel's hulr 1 Ai -liuwia. Antiques and Articles of Verio; established IhSO; I irirate ofllce tor ladies, re hahla LspauoL ; t IAONKY ItUAMBO ON Dl \VtuN Lie, IyaTcTiES. c? YL Jcwolrr and Silverware, and the same bought and pc _ I,t*> Broadway. near twenty ninth sirewt. |j; IftO SIXTH AVKXOK. HRTWKRlT TWENTY"- Tl/?J fourth nnj iVcnt.v Dflh stroet*.? Liberal ad- V anees made on Diamond*. Wutchoa. Jewe ry, Silks, ? <accs and Nliawls. Hawe Sought at full value. 1 sc I . Hi'.R.VARr) 01 ?|U BROADWAY (IlhMOVKf) MI'Vm'S>U>?OLDKHT 7J.O estaSliihment.?Money advamed on Liatuoedh, Vfttchcd, Jewelry, Laces, Ac. sumo bought and sold A. r. IIKRTS. J EXCHANGE* 9 CTOB MLB OB BAST TKHMS OR BXCHANQE POR I '. C Real Kstato?A good harbor iuzboat. Address, i / Ivlng address and description. JONKS, box 218 Herald ? (Bee. m . ? J KYKH AMl> BAM. j ARTIFICIAL HUMAN EYKfl.-J. T. DAVIS. I\ routor and only maker or the Improved Artificial , Itiinnn Eye, acknowledged l>v the IScuity to I e the only ' \ . orreei Imltallon ot na'tiro In the world. 127 Kaet Ml , ecnlh street, between Third and Fourth avenues. i>IIS< KM.AMKOI S, ? nIFLOMA Of Mkrii, VILN.na EXHIBITION, I87X? a Dr. Paterson's American Powders and Lozenges, or Indigestion and all Oiseases of Iho Stomach; row- mt lers. %l per ho* ; lozenges, $1 Ail chemitW depots. FOUOr.ltA, New.Vork. MONTEId'K, New Orleans. % ~ . "1 THK Tit A Did*. I } I di \jT ANTED?A PRA<HIOAI. KNOINKKKTHOROUOHLY Yr conversant with laying concrete. Address, stating i A KNDIUN references, Sox 2.221 Pn-.t oflice, Now Nora. 1 \VrANTKD?A KIRsT CLASH (KWBULRR; ON'K WHO ?Y understands diamond setting. Apply to WILLIAM I FklKliLKICM. ?.2j i enn.iv]vaula ?v., washington, D. C. ' VI'ANTKD-A SITUATION BY A praotioal hhadr M TY hanger of 10years' experience; will.give employer ( an Interest in two patents oonnectca with the business. ; v Adda? KDWA&Db. UereW UbWWR Breach otUtje. > | BITTTATIOWS W iHTKrv-yEHALBI. Pj Cook>, Ac. V BAST S8D ST.?AS OOOD COOK; AUO AS FIMT I class la u ad rem and waitress _ I 1 WATTS ST., FIKiT KLO?H, BACK ROOM.?A I 1 colored wcuian a* cook In a boarding boose. ri\ WKST J3D ST.. FIRST FLOOR, KHORT.?A ^ IV) flnt elaaa man cook, for hotel, club hoaae or Scat I u>s pnvale family; beat city ruHarsace. I ChambarmaMfc Ace. I a EAST MTU ST.-A UKSrBOTABLB CO CO BHD Ctrl to do upstairs work and waiting or a WW s m it city retorno co from teat place. Call lor two day*. tA Orrannaken and k V QQ mi AT., BOOM A?AH KXFBBIKKOKD V 00 French dressmaker wMm work in fail Mao; 1 la and flu in laat Parisian style; term* $2 per day. I Id rem Mine. LOfJISH. I 7(1 3D AT., Ui TUB CIGAR 8TOBB?OMR OF I 1 V' Wheeler A Wllaoo'a operators; ondentaada m ildrenSi *ulu: can out and ftt bridal and Infants' out i; understands halrdrwafng; wants to go to the cooo ' lor tlic summer: salary no object; flnt elaas reier ce. Call on or address OPBRATOB. General Uouaework, Ac. ifl BAST MTT1 FT.?A BRSPROTABLB YOUNO H ' "? Rlrl to do general housewora; no objection to go '^1 (be country; rtlerencea ^1 iioaicnecpcn. OO WB8T ?7TH ST.-A YOUNO WIDOW LADY OW 00 good address II housekeeper In bachelor's or dowers family. G?h for two days. _ 07 BOWERY. UP ONE PLIGHT.?A YOUNO WTD01 ow a* housekeeper or tn any position oi trust; dersUnds music: is loud of children. <17 JI> AV., THIRD FLOOK.-AN AM '".ICAN Jj 4 experienced in upper and lower hoosetrepliuc; a good cook. Call or address. LaundressM, Ae. rtf? WR8T TTTH ST.?AN EXPERIENCED LAUNIm ) dress solicits gentlemen's and families' washing; ne ap in suoerlor style; will not dis&opoint; orders ' mi hotels and boats attended to. Nurse*. Ac. 1Q DELANOEY 8T., TOP FLOOR.?A RBSPROTIO ub!e uiurriei woman with a fresh breast of milk mhes a baby to wet nurse at her own home. ?(! KAH'r 28TH ST., BETWEEN 2D AND 3D AYH ? J'/ A young woman as wet nurse; Iter baby two seks old. Call for two days. U1 PAST 10TH 81.-A RESPECT A BLK WOMAN Ol wishes a baby to wet nurse at her own reslneo ; has lost her own baby, two months old. . NICK, RESPECTABLE WOMAN WOULD LIKE L to get a baby to nnr.se in the house southeast corner 88th .st and 1st av., top floor. *1 W uttreiue*. Ate. IftO WEST 17T1I ST.-A RESPECTABLE COLORED ' "o girl to do watting and chamberwork. Call lor ro days, MHsreliantout. Ol WEST 26TII ST.-A MIDDLE-AOED LADY; IE ' 'I willing and obliging; prefers being iu a small tnily. MAKV. i LADY. WHO WRITES A GOOD, PLAIN I1AND. I. 1 eMres manuscript or other copying that may be ne 111 home. Ad tress U. N. 11., Herald office. l YOUNO r.ADY TO ATTEND A STORK-HAB L held a similar position. Address STORE, box 230 erald office. IiOFESSION AL SITU ATIONS WANTED? FE1IAU.ES. i YOUNO FRENCH LADY. JUST ARRIVED PRO If V Paris, desires u situation as lady's maid or to teaoh illdren French. Apply at77 Madison street, between* ul 4 o'clock. i YOUNG LlDY, A THOROUGH GRAMMARIAN, L able to Instruct, copy and corre *t imperfect manurlnt: good s tu ition Ir lounJ capable. Adores* EXiRT. Herald Uptown Branch office. LADY DESIRES A POSITION AS OERMAN L teacber in a privute family or school; would alsa change German for Prench conversation. Address atruction, box 167 lierald Uptown Branch ottlce. HELP WAKTKD-FEMALES. MKRICAN YOUNO WOMEN, ENKROBTIC, FAITHL ful and industrious, mav find healthy and profltahls nplovtnont at the Roman Baths, 61 Loxlugtnn ay.: must well recommended. Ask lor Mia* BRAYTON. OIKL WANTED?7B0M IS TO 18 YEARS OP AGE, L to tend uoor and do light housework. 75 Orchard reel ITANTED?AN HONEST AND RESPECTABLE WO r man. Irom 38 to40 years old, as housekeeper; one ho un '.entands her business and speaks Spsnish or eneb preferred: no others noed apply. Call lipmaaudy.atil East 4t i st. Koterences required. I' ANTED IMMEDIATELY-AT THE WASHINGTON I Hotel, No. 1 Broadway, two (food Ironors. ITANTKD-A WOMAN TO DO PLAIN COOKING AND T course washing and ironing. Call beloro 11 o'clock. No. 151 East lUst SL MTV AT ION s W A VTKD-MALBS. 1 YOUNG MAM, UTUT LANDED, DESIRES A L situation on a gentleman's ulace. understands the re of horses and willing to make ntuMW (eunllT ueoI. Apply, tor two day*, at James Reynolds', No. 19 itherlne (lip. i LAWYER. SF.TTLLNC ESTATES IN CANADA, L wilt accept commission* or business in tliat locality; iv one will find this u favorable opportunity. Address iTATK, oS Wall street, room 13. MAN AND HIS WIFE DESIRE SITUATIONS ON L a farm. ? Man as practical farmer; wile to do cook g and dairy work; no encumbrance*. Apply, lor two .ye, at dame* Keynold*', No. 15 Catherine dip. VOINO FRENCHMAN SPKAKINU LITTER ENGL lisii. elahea a sltuat on a* waller in a private tam r: i* competent: hits go. d recommendations Andreas, r three dais. T. H. M. Herald office. L FIRST CLASS WAITER IN A PRIVATE FAMILY L or hoarding house: two rears'city reference. Can found at No. T.C West 30th st. ITANTKD?BY A SOOTUBXAX OP STEADY IIA BITS, V a situation on ? gentleman's place: understands rtnlnir and gardening; world time full charge, or oal l go as coachman ; careful and sober; good referno s Address St OtOHMAN, fioX 207 Herald odice. LrANTKD?A SITUATION TO REPRESENT 90MB T good firm or company as agont in Baltimore, Md.: years' business experience: can flirnlsh first class tesiionial8. Address JAMES I1ENRY, Na 245 West Hoffen st., Baltimore, Md. I'LEllKb AND SALKSMKN. . YOURS MAN WISHES A SITUATION, WHO HAS k clitht years' experience In e wholesale cap and fbr anufuctory. as trimmer and packer, cither In a manactory or jobbing house; can give the very best of city lercncc. Address W. 9., Herald Uptown diench odlce. \HUO CLERK WA NTH 11?MUST BE STEADY, RR' liable and able to pass examination hejorc Board of lormacv; situation permanent. Address, with rcferico and age. READ, box 524 l'ost oll.ee, Newport. H. I. IWO FIRST CLASS ENTRY CLKP.KS WANTED?IN a notion bonse. Address box 209 licrald olllco. V ANTED.?A BUSINESS MAN OK BXPEBIF.NCB seeks nn engngemeut at bookkeeper, salesman or , unagcr in a commercial house of good standing ; (-peaks ;rinan and French fluently and Is willing to eventually vest $'1,010 to In the firm: best reference can t>? rnisbed. Address R. W., box 2,908 Post office. ITANTKD.-A V IRISH MANUFACTURINO HOITHK V wants to engage a first class travelling salesman ho is thoroughly aumaintcd with the huslnejH;a good larv will be paid loThe right party. Address, statiug irticulurs, A. B., box 124 Herald ofllce. itantbu-an assistant bookkkkpbr in a T hardware store; miut be correct, not over 20 year* age and witting to work. Address. giving term* and tcruncos. MtHUHANT, Herald office. (OAdlMKIV A M> (> A It HKItKHS. , (-OACnMAX'S KIT IT ATI ON WANTBD-BY OHB L who thoroughly understands his btudneaij beat city ierence Irom present employer. Inquire at Ilegemau'l iruess store, .lob Fulton ?r., between Koiith and ftoerum t., Hrooklyn. i OOMPoTRNT AMI TKlidTWORIITT HNOLUtH. V. man with Ave yours' reference, at coaebmaa and irdener: can milk and la wlll.ug to be generally useful, Idrr.ss it. K.. tleruiil OffiM. I TOVMO UKKMAN WANTS A SITUATION Ad V. coachman and groom; thoroughly understand* the ire ot horses, harness, wagons and cows; ha* had ex rionce as gardener and larmcr; willing rogoln the luntry, references from laat employer. Call for threa iys at No. A Albany at, near Cortlaildt at. irANTKD?SITUATIONS, BY A YOUNG BABBIKO T couple <Kngllsh>; the man an coachman, wtfh as amitroas. reitreuccs. Ad drew KDWAhDS, Uerald Hue. flKFiP WAYTKU-MALKH. _ L MEBICAN YOUNO MKN, NOT OLDRR THAN * V years, of energy, honesty and industry, strictly mperate, may Ana healthy and profitable employment the I onian Baths, 61 Islington ar. L .J).Vis NOW IS YOUR TIMK.-ONB AOBNT \ made $58 last week on oor new art cle; any lire an oan do it; atead^emplo^nent. f o u JOYS WANTED?TO SKLL PAPERS, APPLY TO J IIRKBRR, corner 194th st and Srt a v. IfANTSD?A OHNU.HMAN TO TAKB TUB ?ANT acement of a first claas hotel entemriae icenteonl) near Philadelphia, who oao Influence subscriptions stock. Apply at No. i?t Broadway, room U. Vantid m Ai rivR mkn or wtdk awakr hoys, with some stamp*, who want to make SSOou its glorious , ourth, by selling TadkiePs Astronomical urd, showing the position of the comet Trade supplied om 7 till 9 A. SI. JOHNSON. Printer. 178Greenwich sVrcorner Dey st ITANTRO?A GOOD OK KM AN BOY, TO TAKB OARS it of a horse and make himself generally usefUL Allies* boa t.uOO Post >/il:c , New t'ork. V'ANTKD?A BOY, TO WOBK TN A RUTOHBR'* shop-, board In or out doora. Inquire at It UAJX. Hereon avenue, Jersey City Heights. ITAITKR* WANTEII-AT TUK 0A8SN0, CBNTHAU It Park, for J u.y 4. jr-ANTKD-A YOUNO MAN OdUdBT.R OP KRKPTNO tt a sat of books and lannHar with gcnoral odwe iork. Addrsss, staling age, rewreaots and salary, 0. U. i? Uerald omca.