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PlTI'ATfONH WANTKIV^^FWATiltfl#
** ' Cooks. iiM.
OO HESTER XT.-A REHPKOTABLB SWEDISH W0D*/
BKtri cook.
t7)7\ WKST 4IITH ST., Bi.TW'EkN HTH AV. AND
JZ' " Broadwux.? A rax; actable woman as first class
cook; understands nil kinds of laui'ly cooking, botn
French and KlujIUh ; al'o soups, meats, pastrv, creams,
desserts nnu Jellies or nil Kinds; would take entire
chance ol kitchen; city or country, Is ill excellent
baker; references. OaD he t*en tur two days.
]OQ WEST I9TH ST.-AN KNiil.l II WOMAN AS
.? ? cook; public or private.
1i<a WEST SI ST ST.?A FREXCU OIRL At) COOK;
JtU i>e?t reference.
"1 frn WEST WTH ST.. TOP FLOOR.?AN KXIN KI
J?il" euoed woman an Hrst class cook ; understands nil
kinds of *ou;im. mint", pastries and jellies; no objection
to the country; beet ruitreuec.
1KO WK.T HTH ; T. PHERKNT KMI'LOYER'S),?
J#l?> As good cork and excellent washer and i'oner. I
#r as ehamlierinald and waitress; ten mouths' reference
from probi'ut place. Apply trom 0 until i.
Oil WKST .*IH ST.?A RB8PKCTARLB YOlStt
Zil I ?irl ax plain cook, waiber and ironer or as Kooil
Jnundre.ss', understands lltit'n:.', pnftlng; or ns nent clnoiifccin
vid; will assist with the washing and iroiilux; ijootl
girl lor a vood jiiate
A~\ i EAST 17ru ST., ROOM I#?A KI'.SPKt'TABl.E
*iJ-r younvt airl as a good plain cook, washer and
Jron*r; excellent baker; no objections to a flrstelasi
koardintr lion^e; oity or country; best city rcfereuce
flrom the last place.
Qfi(\ iU AV., CORN KB 4UTH ST?A WIM.lNtt AND
OUt" ohllL'inT L'lrl to ri.nlt wnah mid iron or do hon^ii.
work; no objection to boaidiug house ; reference. Call
*m adar-iss.
Chamt>ei'iiin(?t*. &c>
OQ WEST 12TII ST. (PRESENT EMPLOYER'S*.?A
<?0 respectable uirl as chambermaid and waitress.
Can lie seen to-day.
0"I O WEST urn ST.. IN THE STORE.?A YOUNG
'lO Protestant girl to ?lo clmiuborwork and waiting
or housework In a ?niall lainily.
qi/t west soth st.-a kkbpbctablb otrl as
Old chambermaid ana waitress and to assist with
washing and Ironing, or would do general housework in
small private family good reference. Call or address.
SCfl UN ]91H .ST.. WAR t -r AT., BBOOXD
0?JU floor.?A respeetab'e islrl at chambermaid and
waitress and to sasisi with the washing and Ironing; no
objection to the country.
?7q7 madison av. (pkesent employer'si.?a
lOl Protectsnt woman as chambermaid and waitress
or child's nurso: w oiih do general hoUi>ework in a
mail family. Call or address.
CrcitmalHrs and hcamstreaaes.
OQ WEST 44TH ST., SECOND FLOOR, FRONT,
OO west side.?A first class dressmaker, cutter and
Atter wishes work, at her owu house.
Mrs. M. 0. HAMILTON^
1qf? west 24th 8t.-a frknuh dr ksr m a k k r,
JOU from Paris, to work by the day at private residences;
cuts and tits. Addr* ss.
A COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WISHES A FEW
JY more engagements by the day or week: can rut and
fit ladles' and children's dresses, and ao all faintly sewIn*
on Wheeler A Wilson's mac In no; would go to the
rnon*ry on reasonable terms. Address DRESSMAKER,
Vox HI lieraid Uptown Branch office.
WANTKD-BY A YOUNO LADY. A SITUATION AS
sea Distress and to assist in the management ol a
)totl*c;can give references. Address E. F., box. 132
>oet ofllce. Bloonifleld. N. J.
General Housework. ?Vc,
1?AN AMERICAN PROTESTANT OIRL OK EXPEPT.
ence and good references desires light housework
In a small family. Inquire at 977 9th ar.
oq WE8T 13TH ST., ONE FLIGHT UP, BACK
?KJ room.?A respectable American woman to do
Kcnera! housework In a private family; Is a very good
cook, good wnsher and iron?r; also understands milk.
and butter; city or country good references.
K7 AV. A, CORNER OF 4TII ST.?A GERMAN t.IRL
O I to do general housework, in an American family.
H. DAS ft.
"j myrtle av., brooklyn.?a well edu
j *j*t catea vonng (Jermttn t<> help In the household or
to take cure of sl owing children or tui elderly ludy. Address
or call
KAST 19TH ST., NEAR 1ST AV.. SECOND
>*JvJ floor.?A respectable girl to do general housework
in a private family; Is willing and obliging.
AA.1 WEST 17TH ST., THIRD KI.OOR, BACK.?A
TT1 young girl, lately lnnded, to ilo general hou?oVork
in a i-uiall private famllv. Cull lor two days.
1 H7'-i 1ST AV - NEAR ft8TTl ST.?A YOl'NO OtRL
J.UIO to do general housework In u small private
family; city reference.
Hourekctp?n, At.
1 K(\ FAST 29TH ST.?A REFTNKD WIDOW LADY.
J?)i) aged 2S years, an housekeeper for u widower's
family. Not seen rtter 3 o'clock. Mrs. S.
"1 WEST 4r11 ST.?A YOUWO FRESCO I.APY,
IUU aged 13, us housekeeper; no objection to go in the
country.
007 B WEKV F!IIST 1 LIGHT. FRONT.?A YOCN'R
OOI widow as .k \is<3keeper, or would t?ke copying
to be done ut hfniie.
rOJ HTI1 AV.?A' YUL'NO WIDUW LADY AS
it: housekeeper in n ijentlcroaD's <nmlly. Only
thopo liberally d'gposed need addre* LOOJrtlS.
A SITUATION WANTED-AS HOt'SEKEEPKR, BY !
a young person w ho sneaks French fluently : undnrataii
i? dresxniafcing and a'.l kinds of -ewing; references.
Add res- L. M.. box 141 Ilerald olllce.
4 8 HOUSEKEEPER?BY A YOUNG WIDOW, IN A
A hotel or prirate family; willing to teach French and
Sngltah to yonn* children; references. Add rem B L., ]
box W<i Herald Uptown Branch ufflue.
l.anndre<s?H. Ac.
A~\ WEST 4.1TTI ST., RFAR, SECOND FLOOR.?
*XL Washing and ironing dune bv n resectable colored |
wninuu; gentlemen's and tumi lies' washing done to i
order. . Mr*. 1,O.MAX.
HI WEST IBrH ST.?A RRSPKOTABLE WOMAN TO ,
J.Li- take ladles' and gcutk-meu's washing; under- I
stands puffing and (luting. - |
T|0 10TH AV.-A WOMAN TO 00 Ol'T BY 1HE !
Xl? day to do washing and ironing. j
OQ 4 BAST MTH ST., TOP FLOOR, BACK.?A RE- 1
XO t ipectable woman to go out bv the dav tit w?.|i
and Iron; willing to do any kind ot liousewlurk; is a
good laundress; first class reference. i
Q1 I EAST S8TH ST., SECOND FLOOR,?A RK- I
Oil, ipectable woman to co out by the day lo du
"w.isliine and ironing; Is a llrst class laundress; good reference
if required.
QQQ WKBT 48TH ST., IN THK RKAR.-A RKOOO
ipectable woman to take In washing ami ironing
or to go out bv the dav to do liouseileunlug; boat reference.
Call for two days.
Q7H BROADWAY, BKTWEKN 17TFI AND 1STH
O 4 U at*.?Mmo. Kl>. LIKTZ, tinting; laces and cur- I
tains (91 a onir) done wo eaual to new.
t IV/ D- .mill Annuuill MS.,
n.ljlit oho pair stairs, back room?a woman to do
washing anil ironing ut her own house. or would go out
by the any.
* KESPECTA HLB WOMAN TO DO FAMILY Olt
J\ Beuliemen's washing anil ironing at lio.r home. ,
Call at grocery, coruor 132d St. and 1th av.
N arse*. Ac.
lO WI.ST *>T1T ST. ? A S EXCELLENT WET NURSE.
.. ' Apply to l'r METGAIiF, from 9 to 12 o'aloeK.
4 7 WOOSTRR sr.?A YOUNG FRENCH LADT
f I (inmivi Moment ariivec ile Franco) as nurse In
fir<t clnm family. Call lor two days, from 2to 4 o'clock.
A 7 IRVINO PLACE (l?RKSENT EMPLOYER'S).-A
r I lady wishes to obtain a nurse's situation for a
vr mi* Swedish girl. who understands the caro of small
* rliil trer,. Call i n Saturday or Monday.
/T ij I'ITT ~ST~.~ THIRD FLOOR, FROST.?A RE
<It speetabie 111 irrli-d woman wishes a baby to nurse;
has lost her n*ii; reference. Call lor tw-- days.
*)(\A WEST 27ril ST.?A YOUNO, nBALTHY MAR,<U
r ried w oman, with a lresh breast of tnllk, as
unrsc . city or country: oity retnrenoo.
*)A i) Br" AV l'KAR.-rA RK8PECTABLB FRMCff
Jirx.?t Protectant girl us child's nnrse or chambermaid
and to n^st in ;lie uaxluutf and ironing. Apply iroia 4
till 3 o'clock.
yO(? WEST 261II ST.. FKONT BASEMENT.?A
yoniw married w.iman as wet nurse; no objection
to the coiiniry ; Hood reterence.
A I A VA T 11TH ST.?TIIRBB RESPECTABLE
HIT women to go out as wot ntimw; the youngest
luiliy not lour wrens old: good reference.
AAA 'FAST 20TH BT.?A RESPECTABLB YOUNO
L'Tt married woman, with a Ireali breast of milk.
In wet nnrse a haby at he.r own home. Mrs. HUOI1KH.
/ SIC ?TII AV., BETWEEN BBTH AND S7TI1 RTR,
\)?ji> at the fruit store.?A Protestant woman as Infant
nurse: ran take the entire care and brtnu it up on
the Pottle : good city reference.
Mlaeellanoovs.
(>r FORSYTTT ST.?A YOUNO GIRL, WELL EDIT')?)
rated (German), at companion lor clUldrun and to
general housework. 1
Ah lady's maid?a jottno j'khkon. who
upcaku Krooch fluently: understand* dre<?makin4
and all kluda of lowing; reference*. Address A. V., box
1ZI Herald Uptown Branch jrttlce
VITANTFD-A SITUATION A3 MATRON (MONTHLY),
ww in an Initiation, or to fake charge nf linen In the
name; good rcfercuee. Apply to A. WOOL, HernlJ
ofltce.
Intelligence OfHeea.
A OKKMAN QIRL WANTS A 8IT0 ATION-ALSO
J\ two English women and Mvnral *<hm1 onoka. laundresses,
Ac.; city or country. Itxiuko at the UOllu
MUKBAI7, IMtU) ?., above 10th St.
fUOPBSSIONAI, SITl A l lU.VI VVAJITED
PBMALEM.
'phk oarnan naoontbn or a ci.krotman
i. w?nti einplnrinnnt; she would Ilka to teach In
We?t 5e!b'ntl1* "*1OOUB{r' prelerred. Addreaa It., 41
VV ANTED?BY A YOUNO LADY, OP A UK1HLY '
ww respectable family, either an lady's companion or
!? ^?vlrn?M'J1 votin* children; beat reiercuu*. Address
m. w. T.. Hoc heater, S. Y.
HKLH \V A VH,I>-KF..M A
A 2R1RfAN.1 WOMAN WANTED-AND A FRENCH
??lrlv'or..,M ""Stt1 work nf * ?m*U American
a oinenL ? it., ucm Ak av. Inquire at
J7EW YOKi
I HELF WANTBD-raKJJUBS.
[" A MAN IX Bl'rtlMEHS W4.MTRA UOUSM* EEPBRJx
A no oil home offered to an Industrious person. Aadress-J.
O. G., Herald I'ptown Branch office.
EXPERIENCED IIANDS-TO MAKE MEN'S NECKtlen,
Heart* hiv! Bowk; bo work given oat
Juncucoo*, NEWKLl. A CO. 070 Urmidway.
/IOOD HKATHI'.R rlTHLER* CAN GET PLENTY
IT work ami best prices at S. KAU. MANX 4 t'O.'d, Z3
Hoath sth ?*.. between B1 ecker and Amity st?. Al?o
work Iflvrn out.
lfANTED-iW) TWENTY FRENCH AM>
it twenty Engll li liar maids; muni be attractive
uit I voo'l dressers. Inquire at the "1'aris," fl'J Bleecker
?t., near Broa Iway. L. II[TKi>.
"II' ANTED IMMEDIATELY?AT THE AMERICAN
>> Hotel, No. 15 Bowery, a girl to do washing and
ironing.
TITANTED?A YOU NO OIKL, TO OO TO HAVANA
T? to take care ot a oliitrl: mn-t speak Kn*iisli and
French or English and Spanish. Apply at 16 Wavcrley
place.
W ANTED?IN A MILLINKRY ESTABLISHMENT IN
tt Boston tnreo expcrlunccd workwom -n. Ad Ires*,
until Wednesday, August U, in Krem h or English, J. P.
T., No. 6 Otis place, Boston, Mam. ___
VI"AN FED?A <HRI. K<?R CEN'KHAL HOI il WORK :
V? mtint Im* gool laundress and pool plain cook.
Call between 'J and 1 o'clock at IZl West fr'tily-Qitli st.
"IT" A NT ED-GOOD CORSET OPERATORS: NONE
V? need apply except experienced hauls; j<v>1
ws?m and constant work. Apply at No. I25 Hudson St.,
tip stairs.
\\rAN FM>?OI'Ell\'lul> - OS WllEKL'R A WILVt
son's inacliiuc wlih machines. Apply, from 8 to 9
A. M., at 874 tith av.
tlT-ANTED?IMMEDIATE LY, TWO COMPETENT
?T iflris. who have lived with n strict Jew ish family;
one as cook, wailior and Ironer. ami the oilier one it*
chambermaid and waitress: aim to as<i-t in washlrB,
Ac.: cltv reference repair d. Auuly, between the hours
oj iu mm i, ai r>a no wesi wn su
WJ A NT K D?A FRENCH N17R8 K. OR ONE WHO
?? speaks French, to take care of one ctiild; city reference
required. No. A* West S6U1 it.
"IITANTED?A (URL TO OO A MOST DMTAN i: IV
tV the country to (to itoneral housework. Apply at
121 East 46th at.. after 9 o'clock.
TtTANTKD?A OIRL lO DO OKNKHAI. HOUSE.
tT work: must he a Rood wa?her ami irnner; Rood
waxes; city reference. No. tl Hast 19th st, corner
Broadway.
WANTF.D?100 LADltCtf l'O DO BKAD M* > It K ; DK?t
poalt required- Apply, for three days, at l.ltiC
S<t a v.
WTP1TOMH WA\TK1)-MALES.
A FIRST CLASS OOLORID M AM TOOK OA* BR
engaged for the city or country. Call on or uildress,
for two days, COOK, No. 149 W eat 52d *L
A BOY WIMR8 A Sirt'ATlitN IN THR CITY OR
coun'ry.?OooJ city re tore net. Apply tor a week at
809 East IBtli At.
ASTRONO, HEALTHY LAD, AOKD 17, DESIRES A
situation' can make himself generally usetul; vood
rcerence. Address li. B., Herald liarlem Branch office.
124th st., ad av.
SITUATIONS WANTED.?PERSONS REQUIRING
clerkg coachmen, laborer*, cooks, ?e.imstre*?e* and
general servant* will please a'iply at the office of M
John's Guild, 82 Varlek st No tecs required.
SITUATION WANTR'??AH BARKEEPER; A MR HI
can, aged 28; has had four years' experience In a
first class hotel bur: thoroughly competent. Address
CHARLES, Herald Brooklyn Branch office.
WANTED?A HOME WITH A FARMER IN THR
country, for a well behaved boy, 11 years old; can
rend, writo anil cypher. Address Ho Mr,, 42 Fulton st.,
Brooklyn.
WANTRD-BY A MAN AGED SO, AN OCCUPATION
in a hotel or in a private family as waiter; can talk
different languages; only landed In New Vork last Monday.
Address O. D. S., 239 South 3th av., third Hour,
room 9.
YYANTF.p-A SITUATION AS PASTRY COOK, IN
iiu^iui m -ihuihiu, iiy inuii ; iirni class
reference*. Audrcss box 181 Heruld Uptown Branch
oUice.
cusbk8 a 5 i> jalesmm.
A thoroughly comphtbnt druo&ist?is
yeirs' experience, slniile?wishei a situation; either
rltv or country. Address DKCQUIST, care of U. W.
Strickland. 3d Keel, man at
ATOUKO MAK WI9HBH A SITUATION* AS COLleeior.?Can
loan -onie money on co?d security.
Addres*, with lull particular.'), J. M., Herald I'ptowu
Branch office.
An At salesman, with good recommk^ua
tlon?. Iii 11 retnil clotuinii house, to uo South. Apply
ill 48and 50 White St.
Accounts.?ki(;iit languages. arrears,
written up, books opened, kept, examined ami balanced:
book* devi.s-d to meet special rentureiuenU. ref.
ercnecs undeniable.
COX. 51 New itreet, room is.
An experienced mii.lixeky and fancy pry
Koods buyer Is open for engagement with wine A.
No. I Iioii.ic ; out of town preferred. Add re*- M., box lOti
BtraU office.
A SITUATION by A yovro man a3 ulmmi
collector, shipping or entry clerk: strictly temperate;
witty modem!?. i^rtwn business, ?tation o.
Avorsn ACTIVE CI.'RK (liKKMANi WAXTH A
posliieu in a dry (roods house ; best relercnec. Addross
M. H.. Herald office.
AYOt'Nfi MAX CAflED St) DESIRES A 8ITCTAT10X
In some wholesale h"n?! to loarn the business. Address
W. H. W., Herald oftl *e.
Bone oli'b and cehtinr tallow, phospliatcs,
animal charcoal, blacking, inks, varnish,Ac.?
An iutelilffont nnd competent man in open lor a
permanent position; Kuroiieaii nnd eitv roteroneeH. Adoress
> IIEMIsT, Herald L'ptown Branch oilicc.
DRL'O CLERK WANTED?ONE WKI,L QUALIFIED
and well recommended, lor a first e'a<< store; must
be a graduate Iroin the f'o !!?'/ of Pharmacy and uuders'ami
Krenoh. AdfflreaaK-, HutMtfflM.
JJRUG CLERK WANTED.?APPLY AT 17 3D AY.
r[1RAVELI,INO hALV.BMEN, WIL .ISO TO ADD TO
1 their line of business iln- Havana cigars on coinmission.
can make arrangements with a larjre manntHCtnrer;
best referencesrequired. Address) box 1,3-^ Post
office, New York.
WANTHD-A MAN' AS STOCK CLERK AND SALESman
In the shawl department of an importing
house. Address, statink experience, atfe, references auii
alary expected, S11AWL-, Herald olllco.
T*' ANTED?IN SOWK OF THR WESTERN CITIES,
m by a thorough business man of 2ft, a position nith
some mercantile house, hank or railroad company; can
relcr to the leading bankers and niercnants.of both citv
and State. Address C. P. A., box 26.' Post oillec. New
York.
"WANTED?A GERMAN DRV C.OODR MA t.KM AN.
VV Apply, before 12 A. M.. to J AMi-.ri CilOUUUWfcLX
A Co. i-41 -'il a v. ' oi-e.t-r . ..'1 st.
W'ANTED-EXI'ERIENCED COMMERCIAL TRAVEL
V? lers to represent a manufacturer o( fine machine
nee lies to the eeue.ral trade thi'oughout the countrv.
Till'. 8EWI.su MACHINE BUPPLIiiS COMPANY,
Broadway.
TV ANTED?FOR A B*NK IN A WESTERN CITY, A
\\ voting man well acquainted Willi the details of
honktTW business, capable of being a ca-diier or tHling
auv responsible position in the hank; must be a steady,
correct, good bu?ii.e?* num. who does not use tobacco or
alcoholic spiri s in any loriu. to suoh a liberal salary will
be paid; none -other than total abstainers witli these
qnatlflcatlotis will rcceive attention. Address, ov?r jour
own signature, with references, which will to Co nildcntlal,
WESTERN UaNKER, station C,
\\'A?IMI-A YOU KG MAN AS ASSISTANT BOOtII
keeper; must come well recommended: a German
who has passed a commercial college preferred. Address,
by letter, FUELSU uuLDsMI I'll A CO., box 1.14J
Tost ofllo.e.
WANTED?A YOI'NO MAN AS CORRESPONDENT
and general office clerk. Ad In it, Hating salary
xpected and reference, B. H., station A.
WANTED?A HOOK KEEPER, WHO SPEAKS <1ERman.
writes a good hand, acquainted with the
wine and liquor business, who will make hlm?e!t generally
useful; state age, salary desired, former occupation
and how long employed in eocU; retereuceo required.
Address F. F., lit raid ofllce.
\X.TANTED?A RAIjESMAN OP EXPEBIEN' r IN A
?" Jewelry store: must speak ficrninn as well at English
and nave first class reference*.
K. SCHNEIDER, 68 Bowery.
X\TANTF.D?A CLERK POSTED IK TllE GROCERY
h" V.*T?hii ABEriT, F.nnlewonJ . N. J,
wASTKD-A DRY GOODS STOCK Ct.P.RK; ONE
VV that na* tome trade prcterrcJ. Addrt**, with
reference*. II, No. JM Broadway.
I'OXdIMM AM) Ci\KIJICNKUS.
AOARDF.SF.R, VINE AND NURSERYMAN, Willi
wife iwtthom children), want* a situation or i?h a
Jurtner; best olty reference. Address II. HABK.careof
. ScimeUkr, No. 637 3d av? bctwn-11 t if li and 4NC it*
A COLORED YOUNO MAN AH FIRST CI-AHS
coachman and groom; thoron.hlv understands his
business In nil lu Inanclion; lived with some of tlio
oMest banker* In this city. Call on ur nddrciw lor two
day*. R. U.. No. 1? Went VOth St.
AH COACHMAN AND OROOM, BY A WE'.L
trained. respectable Englishinnn, lately arrived;
ha* been ieveral years lu a nobleman's family; strictly
temperate and careial. AdJrosi G., box I2D lit raid I v
town Branch office.
CIOAOTIMAN'S SITUATION WANTBD-BY AN ENii)
llnh Protestant. or would take charge ot a pintlemans
place In the country ; boat city retercucc. Call at
302 East llMi ?t., first floor.
T^ARMRR AND OARDRNKR'S SITUATION W ANTED?
T By an Englishman; thoroughly understands hH
business in all its branches; thoroughly undent and* the
breed Inst and raising of cattle and horse*; would drtvn
If required; Tils wife understand* dairy and poultry If
required; good reference* from present and previous
employers. Addrcs* J. U. M., l ost office, Staple ton,
Htaten Uland.
GARDENER (F.N(IMHH)?^INULF.; THOROUGHLY
com potent in all It* branches. Address A. (J., New
Hochelle rost office, Westchester county, N. Y.
ClARDENER'f SITUATION WANTED?BY A SINuLH
X man; thoroughly understands hi* bualue**, beat reference.
Addres* II. H., Herald office.
SIMULR MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS C.AItdener
and to take care of horse* and drive; best
reference. Address B. U. HKUVK8 4 CO., No. 1M
Water ?t
"I1ITANTKD?GARDENER'S SITUATION, BY A MAR.
Vf rled Oerman; understands landscaping, greenbouses.
grai>eri*e. Irult and vegetable"; can milk and nse
tools; best referencei long txperieaco. Address c. <l?
' )m Herald ?.llk?
L HERALD, SATUHDAT, J
... HgiP WAWTKP?MAJLK8.
A#A**EB A^OoTKoiN V V 8T?1 <$7fl
Wm, without children, can have a permanent
place, with $AU) and foi*od, by atatuut age, uation., if
wmei suit. Addreaa CLOVEB, tlerald office.
ilook WANTED.?WANTED, A oood cook fob A
J yacht Apply to CAMBLOS k MYERS, tl and 2t
ew st.
VITANTICD?A TIRBT CLAKrt ADVEBTIBINO SOLICI??
tor to canvass for a popular "Sporting waekiy;"
term* liberal. Address bo* 9'W Poet office.
WANTED?A YOl'NO MAN, BETWEEN THE AOF.H
ot 17 and 21, ot nood >noral habits and not alrnld or 1
work; must give good rcterencc; to such a good home ,
with moderate salury; American preferred. Adore*?
box 4'j Po>t ofllco. Jersey City lleiglita. I
XX*ANTED?A SMART YOUNO MAN TO OPEN OY8'*
Htern and wait on table. No. d Newark at., lio- I
bokon, near the terry.
Wanted?several oanvasskks to intro- i
dife a new article: light and genteel employ- j
ment and good pay. Address P. IS. C., box 3,131 Post
office. i
WANTED-aN AMBITIOUS YOl'NO MAN, THORoughly
acquainted with hotel and restaurant buain?M,
coinoeteut to take eutiro ctiarnc ot dining rooiji
and store room. Adureia, with relcrcnce, age, salary
exported, RESTAURANT, Herald office.
WANTED?COLORED WAITERS, AT THOMPSON'S
hotel. Coney Island. Take borse cars trom Fulton
ferry, Brooklyn.
$;r DAILY? PAYMENT ON DELIVERY OP GOODS, !
>J on your city orders, within three months. Onlf
only from 7 to 8 P. M. 41 West Twenty-sixth street, i
TIIK TRADE*. !
LMLE CUTTERS.?WANTED, ONE (IOKSE Ra8P
r Puncher. SMYTH A PENNINGTON,
Passaic Hie Works, i'aterson, N. J. j
Good carpenters wanted-men used to
celling vessels preferred. Apply to Mr. LINDAHL, i
ho. 10 Union st.. Brooklyn. I
PAINTER WANTKD-TO TRAVEL AND -PAINT AD- .
vcrtUlng .nigus- a man that baa had exiieaenee pre- .
lerred. Address, with relereucc^, box 1,261 I'oal ollioo, i
; Ho?ton, Mass.
I \\TANTED?A ltREWER WHO THOROUGHLY UN11
derstan in the manufacture of alp and porter. both
practically and theoretically. Address, stating name, 1
addre-ta and roferenees which latter must bo first. cltu,
I BREWHOUaE, llerald ollice. ^
' "W-ANTKD?A CABINET MAKKR FOR HOTEL I
11 work. Apply at TAYLOK'8 HOTEL. Jersey City, i
2PllOT(mRAlMIF.UH W\ NTBD AT WHITKMAV'fi,
ii 0 Bowery; one tor the city, ono for the couutry;
! good operator*.
BOARDK K ? WJUrWCP,
1 GENTLEMAN OR SMALL FAMILY WILLING TO i
nay lair urice can rent choice Rooms. generous table,
at No. 42 West Twenty-fourth street; bent reference;
parties will And nice, comfortable home; bouse, locution
first claw*. '
d?l PER DAY?$0 PER WEEK AND UPWARDS
?P L *J\J tor flno Rooms, with excellent Hoard, for
families and siiurln persons. 170 iUeeclcor street, near
Broadway. Urounds for croquet.
}/\ WAVERLEY PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY.?
Jv Handsome front Rooms, $14. $1A and $18, for two
uersons, with Board; no children; single Room, $7; also
table board, $5; transient people taken.
WAVERLY PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY.?BASEIU
lnent, front Rooms; $12, $14. $M and $18 for two
persons with Board ; single Koorn $7; also table Board
$4; transient people taken.
Q1 WE8T THIRTIETH 8TREKT BETWEEN BROAD.
>1 way and Kitth avenue.?Fine Suites and single
Rooms to let to families and gentlemen, with Urst class
Board, References exchanged.
CI SOUTH FIFTH AVENUE.-FURNISI1ED BOOMS
UX to let, with qr without Board; terms low.
I K I WKST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?8TRANOHRS
?J*x vlsillng the city will And comfortable Room? and
Srod Bonrd at the above address; single Rooms for gcuemen;
house Kept by a Southern lauy s references.
j f f ^ EAST FIKTYFIRST STREET, ONR DOOR
I IM from Lexington avenue.?A small tamilr of
; adults will rent a large front Room, on second or third
I floor, to a gentleman aud wife, or two ladle*, with
Hoard; the house has all modern conveniences aud Is {
| strictly private ; references exchanged. ;
i *-11 L WEST TWENTIETH fiTRKET.?TO LET. IN A j
! OLt private lamily, two large Booms furnished or ;
unfurnished. with Hoard lor two, >12 per week; stationary
basin: or to let for huusekeenimr.
_ - _ I
BOARD ASl) liODUlNtt WANTED.
A* GENTLEMAN DESIRES A LA ROE SINGLE
: J\ Room, with Board. In a private faintly ; permanent
' If suited. Address, stating terms, V. B., Herald ofhee.
Aoenileman wants a pleasant room
and Board, wltli private family, below Twenty,
i third street; home comforts indispensable; will be per- I
ujiim ut it suited. Address Room 20, 697 Uroadway.
' TITANTED?A SUIT OF FOUR ROOMS. FOR A SMALL
i tt fainilv; Hoarding and Lodglrg; best references I
given and required. Address DKEYFOUS, box WW Post ,
( otllre.
BHB9KLW BOAmP. ~ ~
m COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN. NEAR
Wall street Ferry.?Pleasantly situated ltooius .
for lamlly, with Board.
I HOTELS. |
A OREAT REDUCTION IN PRICRS.?FRANK FORT
House, comer of Frankfort and Wiillum streets;
, 2IWcooi, llent Rooms, 20, 35 and SU cents each; gentle men
and lainllieH.
C! 1ENTRAL HOTEL, 293 CANAL STREET; ONE BLOCK I
; east 01 llroadivav.? (lood cool rooms 79c. and SI per
j dav, $1 and $"> weekly; Family I too inn, $1 50 aud j- per
I day.
G ROOT'S HOTEL ANI> M.NINO SALOON, TO 490
Canal stree'.? Rooms Mr., 3.V., 40c. and 50c. per
ntK?': $1 75, t-, $'25 and $2 :o per week; meats, 10c. a ;
plato. I
(' "1RAST HOVBK, 48 NEW BOWERY, BLOCK 80I.TH |
X Chatham square. ?I9'J clean Room*: no bugs; ^litplo
1 rooms. Si) eentv per ulghl; doul^c roouis, $1 aud 91 50.
, Open All night.
MAIKON PAR1SIEKNE?N'OS, 38 AN D 40 EAST
Twelfth street, between Broadway and University
I place ?nleirant apartment* tor families and single
gentlemen, at summer prices; tilde d'hote at six P. M.
VTEW Enolanr) HOTEL, 30 BOWERY, CORNER
! J.1 Bsyard street.? 200 lltjht Rooms, neatlv furnished,
< 40c. to 30c. per night, $2 to $3 per week; lor gentlemen 1
i only. j
sT. LAWRENCE HOTEL, CHESTNUT STRBET, j
Philadelphia, to leu?Address box 2,til5 Post office,
Philadelphia. j
i COUNTRY HUAHU. j
VOR FIRST CLASS BOARD ADDRESS HOLLEY i
j J Farm, UreenwIcU, <"01111.
(CHILDREN BOA RDF, D, AND INSTRUCTED IF DEJ
sired, or.e dour Irora city: locution acces-ible by
railroad; remarkably hcalthtul; good table; kindly
' supervision; $0 a week ; no cxtrun. Addrtsi COTTAGE,
j llimid otllce.
i /GENTLEMAN AND WIFK WANT HOARD AT A
Ij farm or a place with row Hoarders, clow to water,
on north shore of Sound, one hour by railroad. Mend
full particulars and terms 10 W. A. P.-, So. 83 Last Mulb
street.
(1OOD COUNTRY BOARD CAN BE HAD AT N. H. I
X Plerson's, Noyac, three miles from Hug Man or, near ]
1 the great Peconlo Hay: good bathing, flsiiincr, boating
I mid gunning can he had; terms 97 per week tor adults;
hull price lor children; refer to Mr. 1 IIKLPS DOKKMlrs,
'HA and 2?Vj Canal street N. Y.; cartage frea to and
; iron) dcDnt or boat.
PLAINFIELD, N. J.-FIRST Of ASs BOARD IN THE
uleaxantest part ot Seventh street, near the Park
; Hotel, 5 minutes' walk from the depot; a tew vacancies.
I Address box Mil Post ofllce, PlaiuHeld.
! CARATOOA SPRINGS.?FIRST CLASS BOARD. AT
1 tJ moderate prices tn one of the most desirable locall- .
ties In the village. Address R. CilliKelUUL, -arstoga
, Springs.
T\7-ANTFD-A PARTY OF SIX LADIES OK A FAMILY. ;
! It to occupy one Room, Hi by 40 feet, eight windows.
' second lloor, in a well managed Ooardiug house, Cmsliili
I Mountain, seven miles from depot; Board 9j lor adulu;
city relorences. So7 West Thirty-ninth street.
WI7MMJBB. lUBSOHTI.
Y -HOTEL FEN1MORE, COOPERSTOWN,"
Otse.go county, N. Y.,
is open for jrues s.
Boanl $.1 per day.
A liberal arrangement maJo
with
permanent families and travelling agents
JAM h.S BI N VAN, f'roprietor.
^ -BELMONT HALL,
, nrw rrignron, swtcti is! ft ml. [
Thirty minutes from Whitehall street.
Kii st -lit-s appointments ; moderate rates.
I IJRIOHTON HOUsB, ON TIIR BKACH AT PKRTII j
I> Aniboy, N. J.? Nine trains by Whitehall street: tare
' 2.V.; urove, lawn a, Iruit tioe-r, all popular anuuenielli*;
$8 to $14 per week. II. B. KKNr, l'lo.'ru t ?r. i
C10ZZISN8' WEST POINT HOTKb
J Is now ourII.
| KDWaHI) CHZZEN3. Proprietor.
I TOAOLKHWOOI) PARK HOTKL, ON thk 8I10RK AT
i lli Perth Amlmv. N. J.?J00 acres of groves, lawns,
i gymnasium and all the amusements: tlrst class lumily
lintel; 94 to $12; uino trains bv Whitehall street; lare,
| Scents. Mrs. P. V. KB NT. Propria iron.
/1RKOORY IIOU.SH, LAKE MAHOPAC, N. Y.
! IJT .luly 31 ,lk7?.?Kleganl In Its appointments ami located
on one ol the tlncst lakes in the world. The health
ot the place Is perfect In every particular, and there are
lin nn>si)ultoeR. The house will be kept open this year
| until September W. Board per week, $21. Special rates
I made to families wishing to remain until the end ol the
season. All vegetubles, milk and cream ttonl tho large
farm connected with tho hotel. Yachting, boating,
tlsliin*, driving, bowling an<1 billiards, music and hops
, I'veiy morning and evening. Pour trains dally, via Harlem
Railroad & K. CRlffHNDBN.
HARRINOTON MOUSK?DRMARKST, N. J.. ON
Northern New Jersey Railroad, toot Chambers and
Twenty-third street lerrles. Terms moderate
ALBKHT H. CRANE7. _
Morfn's cottaob, i.ono branch.-rooms,
with Board. 50 per day; flu) yards from the ocean,
between Oough and Howlana's hotels; plea-:mt rooms,
with g?i in every room.
Mountain houhb -kioht morr rooms to bk
occupied. f8 to tit) per week ; good Hoard. furtrier
particulars apply to j. DaLKY, Hoekiand Lake,
RIVKKSIDB HOl'SR. CARMANSVlLLR ON I'llR
lladson.?The coolest healthiest, most accessible
and cheapest Hotel: ?.i minutes nrom tho Hmerv via
Klevatcd and UtuUoll River railroads to loot or IKM
1 ttrtcL U. JiLNOAl.K I'roiirietor.
IUGUST 8, 1874.-WXTH S
IFIODBH Eiwmw.
SOatH 8IPB HOTEL, AMITYTILLR, L. L. OVER,
looking tbe Great Sooth Bay; term* from 912 to lift
per went Mra. E. a KINO k MUS. Froprleiora
CEVEN SPRINGS MOUNTAIN HOUSE, HOHItOB,
O Oruniio county, N. Y ? One aad a hall houri from
New York. Mo motquitoen or aaue.
E. K. VAILL * CO.
TUB LAtJRBLTOW. COLD SI'BINO HARBOR, U I.,
handsomely Un-ated?Gotxl boating, tlablng and
bathing, elenaut drives: atablei attached: room* en
Milte or Mingle. JOHN R. Tu.KHY, Proprietor.
Punt ofllce Cold Spring Harbor, L. I.
WEST END HOTEL, 1TORT WASHING TOSf, OJ?I?<??ite
tbe Palisades?In all iu uppoiutnienU Brut
da*; located ou a ?h.uly knoll, irlving charming view*
ot rhe Uii(t?on Kivcr, and convenient to all biuines* centre
i by trams to I mrtieth street anil Elevated Railway
to Bowling Green; private stabling.
(JUARLK8 n. .SHELLEY.
KUKOPKAIM IsTKAMHIIIPS.
CU'NAUL) LINE.
L. t K??TTCR.
with a view nfrttiiilnUblng the chatirea of collision tti?
steamer^oi this line take a spccilied course lor all aoa
On the oulw.ira pun**** from Qnemistown to New York
MT Boston, crossing ihe meridian 50 at 13 latUuJe. or nothing
to tho north of 13.
On ttie homeward unmade crossing the meridian of 90
at 12 latitude, or uoUnu< to the north ol 1A
TIIK BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL
MAIL STEAMSHIP*. BETWEEN NhW YORK AND
LIVERPOOL. CALLING AT CoUK HAKBOK.
KROM MSW YORK. | FROM NKW YORK.
RUSSIA.. ...Wed., Aug. B BOTHMA...Wed., Aug. 28
JAVA. Sat., Aug. 8 | ABYSSINIA..Wed., Sept. 3
CALABRIA .. Wed., Aug. 12 I CHINA. (-at.. Sept. 8 I
SCOTIA Wed., Aug. 19 RUSSIA Wed., Sept. 0 !
ALGERIA Hat., Aug. 22 | JAVA Sat., Kept. 13
and every following Wednesday and Satnrdav froin New
York. Steamer* marked do not carry steerage passeiv- !
for*. Cabin passage $80, $h>>. $un, gold, according to
aeoomuiodatlon. Retuin tickets on luvorable terms.
Steerage at lowest rates. Steerage ticket* from Liver
pool and Queenatown and all purls of Europe at low cut
rate*.
For freight and cabin passage apniyat the company'*
office, No. 4 Bowline Green. tor steerage passage at ill
Broadway, 'trinity Building,
CHARLES O. FRANOKLYN, Agent
or to P. U. Dl'VI RNKT,
Hark and Randolph streeu, Chicago. III.
PASSENGERS PER STEAMSHIP JAVA KMHARK
from the Cunurd wharf, toot of Grand street Jcr- ,
sov Citv, at 2 1*. M. on Saturday. August 8, 1871.
CHAS. G. FRaNCKLYX, No. 1 Bowling Green. N. Y.
Anchor link.
PASSAGE RATFS REDUCED.
NEW YOKK. AND GLASGOW.
BTEAMKK WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,
froin company'* piers, 20 and ill North River. New York.
BOLIVIA .-at., August 8 ETHIOPIA Sat, Aug. 2a
ITALIA Wed., August 12 ANGI.IA Wed., Aug. 26
ElYSIA Sat, August ib CALIFORNIA.>at., Aug. N
ECltyPA...Wed., Augusts MACRI>ONlA. Wed..Sept 2
Bate* of paaaage. payable in currency
TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL, LONDONDERRY,
QUKENSTOWN OR BELFAST,
Cabin, fA to $'J0, according to steamer and accommodations.
Return tickets lsoued at reduced rate*.
INTERMEDIATE, $25; S1E' RAOE, <13.
Drafts lasued for any amount at lowest rates.
Send for circular*, giving further tntormation, to company'*
office*. No. 7 Bowling Green.
HENDEKSON BROTHERS, Agent*.
STEAMER TO
Qneerutown every WEDNESDAY;
Steerage. $13.
ANCHOR LINK, No. 7 Bo'vjug Green.
Eagle line.
UNITED STATED MAIL STEAMSHTP9
TO PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG AND HAMiiUBa.
The elegant Clyde built lion steamship* will aail from
New York as follow*r?
LEHSINO, Captain l'oosbtty Augnit 11
HERDER, Captain Fischer August 25
lrom Eagle Line plar. foot of First street Hobokeu.
BATHS OK PASSAGE TO
PLYMOUTH, LONDON, CHERBOURG and HAMBURG.
Cabin?First saloon, $130, gold; second saloon, $60. gold.
Steerage?To Plymouth and London. $3Ul curruncv: to
Cherbourg and Hamburg, $30, gold.
Prepaid tickets from Hamburg. $3<i, currency.
For Ireight apply to 1' UNCI!, EDY1S A CO., 27 South
* llilam street.
For passage apply to KNAUTH, NACHOD A KUHNE,
General Agents, H3 Broadway.
QNLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCB.
THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL
STEAMSHIPS BK'l'WEliN NKW YORK AND HAVRE,
CALLING AN BREST.
The splendid vessels on this favorite route for the Continent
(being more southerly than any other; will sail
Irom pier No. 90 North ltivcr as (oliows:?
LaFaYETTH, Captain Uellard Saturday, Aucust 8
PliREIRE, Captain surmout Saturday, August 22
WASHINGTON, Captain I<achesnez...Saturday, Sept. 5
Price of passage in gold (including wine;?First Cabin,
$126; Second, $75; Third, $:?.
Excursion Tickets at reduced rates.
American travellers, by tsklnir this line, avoid hoth
transit by English railway and the dlscoml'orts of crossing
the Channel, beside* saving time, trouble aud expense.
GEORGE MACKENZIE. Agent, 55 Broadway.
STEAMER L4FAYBTTK, FOR BREST AND HAVRE,
will leavo pter No. SO North River, loot of Morton
street, on Saturday, August 8, at two o'clock. Passcugers
are requested to be on board at one o'ulock.
GEORUB MACKfcNZlU, Agent
Li v/ iv i uinui in, roc.aovkiivu, n An nu n<*.
X1 The Hamburg. American Packet Company's Iron
mall steamship
WE8TPHALIA,
Captain W. Stahi, will nail on Thursday, AngnM 13,187i,
for Hamburg.
Rates of passage to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg and
Hamburg :?
Kirat cabin?Upper saloon, 9120; lower saloon, 960,
gold.
steerage to Cherbonrg and Hamburg. $'0, sold. .
Steerage to Plymouth. Luiidon and all points in England,
rcotland ami Wale*, 930, currency.
The POM MKKAMA will sail Aiurust20, 1874.
KUNHAHDT * CO., C. B. RICHAKD.S A BOAS,
General Agents, General Passenger Agents.
81 Broad street. Mew Tor*. 61 Broailway, New Yo. t.
Great western
STEAMSHIP LINB. .
new york to bkimtol (kngland) direct.
Tlie steamers of thla line will sail Irorn pier 18 East
River as follows
AKKAUUN Svmondi Wednesday, Aug. 1#
QKK \T WESTERN..Windham Saturday, t-'ept. 12.
C?Mn passage, 970; intermediatu, $? >; steerage, 990,
currency; excursion tickets. $i;u
Apply to the ageut, 70 South street.
E. E. MORGAN'S BONA.
"XXTilITE STAR LINE.
V? FOR Ql'KE N STOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATKS MAIL.
BALTIC August 8 at 2 P. M.
BK1TANNI0 August 14, at 7:30 A. M.
CELTIC August 22, at 1 P. M.
OCEANIC August at 7 A. M.
REPUBLIC i eptember ?. at 1 P. it.
From the White -tar docks pier 52 North Rivtr.
Rates?Saloon. 9S0, gold ; steerage at low rates.
Saloon staterooms, smoking room and bathroom* In
midship section, where least motion is felt, thus combining
natei v, speed ami comfort
For inspection of plans and other information apply at
the company's office, 10 Broadwav, New York.
- B. J. COUTIS, AgenC
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE-STEAM TO QCEENbtown
ana Liverpool,
Sailing every Tne?day
troiu uier 46 North Biver.
NEVADA, Price August 18. nt 9 A. M.
li'AHO, Forsyth August 2\ at 3 I'. M.
OAhin nimsfiirc. *81) r At Iowhwi rn.f?>a
Prepaid ticket* at lowest rates.
Passengers boo ed to and trom Pari*. Hamburg. Norway
and Sweden, Ac. Draits on Ireland. Kuglaud,
Prance and Germany, at lowest rates. Apoi v to
WILLIa.MS t (jL'lON, 29 flroadwav.
North okrman lloyd stkam hip company.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AN1> BREMEN.
The steamship FRANKFURT, Captain K. V. Billow,
will sail on Wednesday. August 12, at 2 P. M., trom
Bremen pier, loot of Third street, Roboken, to bo followed
by
steamship AMERICA, Captain A. de Limon, on Satur
dav. August 15.
KATES OK PASSAGE TO LONDON, HAVRE AND
BREMEN
(payable in gold or Its equivalent in currenev\
First Cabin $100 and $12(1
Second Cabin AO
Steerage 30
For freight or passage apptv to
OELRlcns A CO., Agent?,
No. 2 Bowling Green.
jnman link,?sou iherly course^
Royal Mail Steamers arc appointed to sail as follows:?
FOR Ql'EENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. .
CITY OP PARIS Saturday, An*. H. it 2 P. M.
CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, Aug. 16, at 3 r. M.
CITY OP BR17S8ELS Saturday, Aug. -!'J, at I P. M.
CITY OP OH K STK It Saturrtar, Aug. 29, at S P. M.
CITY OF RICHMOND Saturday, Sept 8, at 1 P. M.
Cabin Passage, $80 an I $90, gold.
Steerage, to and trom all points, at reduced ratesi
Caoln and oeneral office. No 1# Broadway.
Bteerage Offices, No. 33 Broadway and pier 4.1 North
River. JW1IN O. DAI.H. Agent.
National line. '
NOTICE.
The most southerly route has always been adopted by
this company, to avoid ice and headlands.
Froiu pier* 44 and 47 North Klver,
TO OfKhNSroWN AND LIVERPOOL.
ITALY, August 8, IP. M. I SPAIN, Aug. I?. 7.30 A. 51.
BR1N, August 11, 2 P. M. I CANADA, AuglUtitf, 1- M.
Ft iR LONDON DIRKCT.
DENMARK, Captain Sumner, Augnst-^
Cabin passage, $70; $WJ cum ncv. Steer-ute at greatly
reduced prices Return ticketn at re<luccd rates. Prepaid
steerage tickets trom Liverpool at the lowst rates.
Apply attlie company's office. No. 69 Broadway.
K W._J. III Its|', vanager.
FOR CARDIFF, BRISTOL, LONDON AND ALL
other poluts In England and Wales.?Tlie South
rimni?lll|i vnmpiuiy iroill reilUSyIVauU
Railroad wharf, Jersey City, an follows:?
GLAMORGAN Katurdnf, An(rn?t S3
PEMBROKE Saturday, !-ept. li.
First cabin passAire, 178 and $80. cnrrency; second
rabln. $M, currency ; steeraae, Mu. currency. Prepaid
teeraKe certificates from Cardiff, $ ?. currency. Urmia
lorAI und upwards. For further particular* apply to
A KCIIIBALD BAXTkR A CO., Agents,
17 wn><w?T, New \ orfc.
ROOD run WORLD -COOK'S T1IIKD, PERSONally
conducted, Tour Round the World, will leave
New York, September 21, anil Sun Krancl*c?-October 17;
it will embrace Japan, l hina, India, Kgyptand Burope,
und provide* for visits to tlio Yoiemite, the Nile ami
Palestine. Time occupied, 208 days, Including llOday*
hotel accommodation: tare $1.'>75, void; all necoamr.v
expense*; full particulars in Cook s Excursionist t<<r
August, now ready, which al*> contains lists of over 1,2m)
tours to all points of Interest iu Eorope, Asia and
Atucnca. Price 10 cents.
COOK. SON A JENKINS, 2f.l Brondwav.
rpHE i TATE IiINkT
1 NEW YORK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL,
^ BELFAST AND LONDONDRRRY.
These elegant new Clyde built steamers will sail Irom
pier 3fi North River as follows:?
STATE OK VIRGINIA Wednesdsv, Anifust 12
HI ATE OP INDlAlfct Wedn?a<lar. August 19
STATE OP GEORGIA Wednesday, August '/?
and erarv Wednesday thereafter, taking passengers at
through rates to all parts of Ureal Britain aud Ireland,
Norway, Sweden. Denmark and Germany.
Steerage as low a* by any other line.
DraiUt for $1 and upwards. For tretifht or pa*?nge apply
to AUSTIN, BALDWIN A CO., AgenO.,
-. _ No. 72 Broadway.
_8te?rege_ofllce, No. <8 Broadway.
TAPSCOIT BROS A Ml EMIGRATION AND
Foreign Exchange office. 8tl South street, New York.?
Hills of Exchange and Drafts lor any amount, from ?1
upwards. limited at the lowest rales. ________
O'DONOVAN ROS.-A. RE 1)1 CEO PASSAGE; COKK,
Peltsst, Londonderry, Gla*gow, Bristol, London
and Liverpool; steamers every day. Northern Hotel,
corner Cortlawdt and West streets, New York.
trrrLEMEOT.
wmwnw RTEAMtHin.
P~ Amnc MAIL BTKAMBUIP LTRB.
to CALIFORNIA. JAPAN AND CHIIIA, VIA
' a n a m a?
^Rate? of PUHIt, including all neeercaries for the
JftW York to Bab rrancieco, $ao, $100, or $110 cnrrtan
Francisco to Yokohama. 9190, gnl<1.
ban frani'luco to Hong Kon;(, $2u>i. gold.
Steamer* leave pier u North lliver, New York as fo>
Iowa: ?
COLON. Captain J. M. Dow. August 15. at 12 noon.
aCaFULCO, Commodore A. U. Gray, August i> at 13
Boon.
And every alternate Saturday, connecting with all
atuaiuer* lor Central America aiul South I'acim; porw.
Extra steamers lor ireiirht and way puasentrers will he
: despatched on Intervening Saturdays, as necessity may
; require.
Hteamera leave San Francisco for Japan and China a*
follows:?
I COLORADO. Au?iut 12
CHINA August 2a
And every alternate .-aturitay.
For freight and passage or further information apnly
at the company'* office, ou the wharf loot Canal ttreut,
Hew York. H. J. BULLAY,
Kl'Fl'S HATCH, superintendent
Managing Director.
O. H. DAV ION,
Freight Agent.
Royal west india mail btkam packet
COMPANY.
Remtlar communication from Havana by steamer* of
the i>oyal Mail Steam Packet Company with Gull of
Mexico, Porto Kico, t. Thomas, Harbadoa, Trinidad aud
other Weit India islands, Ac., Panama and the Pacific.
The vessel* of the above company offer an excellent
opportunity for travellers viaiting the West India
Inland* and other place* called at by tbe company'*
ibipH,
Return ticket* issued; abatement In fovor of familie*.
Steamer* leave Havana tor tbe Ouif of Mexico about
the 21st, and lor Porto Kico, St. Thomas, Jamaica, the
nrH tu?? iuinui irncriu;, nriusii uuiau>. muimus ui
Panama and tbe fuuitlo about the 7Ui ot caoh mouth.
For turtber particulars anply to
Messrs. MAITLaND, PHELPS * C(X, New York;
J. B. CAM K RON, Esq., St Thomas;
J. B. CRAWroKD. Kaq., Havana, or
J. M. LLOYD, Secretary, 96 Moorgato street, London.
New york and havana direct mail line.
Those Orst class steamships will sail every Tue.?<1av,
at 3 P. M., ironi pier 13 North River, foot of Cedar street,
for Havana direct, a? follows*?
C'RESO NT OITY, Captain T. 8. Curtis. August 11
COLUMBUS, Captain K. O. Reed. Autfust IK
HHKItU CASTLK, Captain T, II. Morton August -8
Kor trelght or passage (having magnificent accommodations)
apply to WILLIAM P. ('LITUK <? CO.,
No. 6 Bowling Ureen.
D. McKELLAR, Agent In Havana.
For Havana.
NASSAU. PKOGRESO. CAMPEACIIY, VER i CRUZ,
New York, Havana and Mexican Mail Steamship Line.
' leaving Dler No. 3 North Blver at 1 P. &L
CUBA (Hnvana anil Mexico) Ang. 8
CITY OFMERIUA (Havana direct) Aug. 11
CITY OK HAVANA (Havana direct) Aug. 2)
city O* NEW YORK (Ua\ana direct) -.Aug. 27
For treight or Dunnage apply to
V. ALEXANDRE & sons, 33 Broadway.
Texas link?for qalvbston, touching at
Key West,carrying the United State* Mail.?Steamer
STATE OP TEXAS, Captain Bolger, will leave pier 20
East River, Saturday, August & at 3 P. M. Through hill*
ot lading given to Houatou and all points on the Galveston,
Houston and Henderson and B. B. and C. R. R. No
charge for forwarding in New York. For freight or passage,
having superior accommodations, applv to
0. H. MALLORY A co., 1!*S Maiden lane*
W. P. CLYDE, 118 Wall street
FOB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LTNK.
The steamship MISSISSIPPI. Captain M. B. CrowMl,
from pier 30 North lilver (toot ot North Moore street;,
on Saturday, Augusts, at 3 o'clock P. M.
Freight received daily. Through rates given to St,
Louis, Vicksbuiy, Mobile, Galveston and Indianola.
For trelght or passage. having superior accommodations,
apply to FREDERIC BAKER, plor 3d North River.
Fob new orleans direct.
Tlie Cromwell atouinshlp Lin".
The steamship NEW ORLEANS, Oaptalu Clnpp, will
leave pier No. 9 North River on Saturday, August 8, at
3 P.M. Freight received dally. Through rates given to
Galveston, Indianola, Rockport or Aran/.as Wharf, Bra<*
Santiago, St. Louis and Mobile. Cabin passage, S3U;
ste -rage, S2S. For Ireight or passage applv to
_ CLARK A SEAMAN, tki West Street.
MATTTIIDDW T.TVB!
it> for nkff orleans d1rkct.
I The following new and first clan steamers will mQ j
ever? Wednesday. at 3 P. M.. t'roui pier M hast Hiver:? I
CITY OF GALVESTON. Captain Evans August 13
CITY OK HOUSTON, Captain Deering August 29
CARONDELET. Captain McCreery - .-*:di. i
CITY OK DALLAS, Caotain Mine* Sept. 3
Freight received dally. Through rates to Gaiveston,
Indfanola, Kockport or Aransas Wharf, Brazoa t-antiago
and Si. Louis. Cabin passage, SAD; steerage do., tii.
Kor freight or passage, having superior accommodation*.
! apply to 0. u. MALLORY Jk CO., Agents,
| 163 Maiden lane.
VTORFOLK, PETERSBURG AND RICHMOND.?OLD
i.1 Dominion Steamship Company.?Steamers leave
for above ports from pier 97 North River, foot ot Beach
street, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, st 3 P. M.
Also intermediate steamers.
Through bills of tailing and passenger tickets issneJ to
all points in the interior.
Oflice corner Kulton and Greenwich street*.
TRA VELLERS' GUIDE.
A?citizens' line pou troy and all points
North and West.?Elegant steamboats diillv (Saturdays
excented) at t> P. M., trom pier ? North Rlvor, foot
of Leroy sloeet Faro low.
A ?SARATOGA.?DIRECT ROUTE. VIA CITIZENS'
x\ Line of Steamboats. pier 49 North River, 0 R
M.; $2 so through, on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday,
and $2 Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Excursion
Tickets, New York to Saratoga and return, good 3?davs,
on.^4. Excursion tickets W> Round Lake and rei.uru
I A PTERNOON BOAT POR WE^T POINT, NEWBL'RO.
A Pouch keepsle. Rondottt and Kingston, landing al
Cozzens', Cornwall. New Hamburg ana Milton.?The
MARY POWELL ftrom Vestrv sfoet, Pior 39. everv afternoon,
at '6% o'clock. Ticket* in packages at reduced
rates.
A REGULAR DAILY MORNING BOAT FOR PEEK
skill, Sunday excepted.?The steamboat TUOS. P.
WAY will leave toot oi Barclay street. North lllver, at 8
A. M.; Twenty-lourtn street, 8:15 A. M., ami make the
following landings:?Yonkers, Dobbs Ferrv, Nyack,
Sing Sing, Haverstraw. Grassy Point and Verplaneks,
connecting with stages for Lako Mahopac on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays. Freight received and delivered
at Barclay street until 5 P M.
h. f. ay RES, Superintendent
Albany and troy by day link htkamboats.?
C. vuibard and daniel drew leave foot of
Vestry street, pier 39 North Hiver, at 8:W a. m., ami
Twonty-ihird street, north of Krie lorry. atS:4A, landing
at Yonkers, Tarrytowu and Nyack (by terrybout), Pougli
keepsle. Khinebeck Catskill and Hudson, connecting lor
all points West aixl North. Trip tickets to West Point,
Cornwall and Newburg, returning same dav, SI. epecial
trains to and from Saratoga. To Saratoga, $3 X); round
trip, Sj 40: to Kouild Laae, $2 85: round trip. $4 41.
A?PEOPLE'S LINE FOR ALBANY.?TflE flPLBN
did steamers DREW ami ST. JOHN leave pier 41.
foot of Canal street, daily (Sundays excepted), at 6 f. M.
Fall kivhk limb to boston, via Newport
ami Fall River.?The world-renowned steamers
BRISTOL and PROVIDENCE leave pier 28 North River,
foot of Murray street, daily (Sundays included) at 3 R
M. Tbrougb tickets sold at an principal hotels iu tho
city. Hall's Band engaged tor tho season.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Ou and alter Monday, July 13, 1S74, the following
will lie the only authorized offices In New YorK city and
vicinily tor the sale ot First aud secoud Class Tickets
over the lollowing lines:?
NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON RIVRR R R?
413 Broadway, Grand Central Depot, 30th street depot,
Harlem depot, and at Westcott's Express ollleeg, Vu. 1
Hark place, 10th street and Broadway, and 32d street,
near Broadway, N. Y., and iKl Washington street, Brook,yn*
ERIE RAILWAY,
241 Rroadway, 529 Broadway, 957 Broadway, 10 Greenwich
street, depot loot Chambers street, depot toot Z!d
street, depot Jersey City, No. 2 Court street, Brwoklyu,
and 34 Hudson street. Hoboken.
PENNSYLVANIA R. R.
No. 1 Astor House. SI6 Broadway, SH4 Broadway, No. S
Buttery nlaco, depot loot Desbrosses street, depot foot
Ci rtlandt street, depot Jersey City, No. 4 Court street,
Brooklyn, and 116 Hudson street, Hohoken.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO R R,
318 Broadway, No. 1 Astor House. Broadway. 944
Broadway, depot toot of Desbro*ws stree , depot Toot of
Cortlandt street, depot Jersey City. No. 4 Court street,
Brooklyn, and 116 Hudson street, tlobokeiw
C. H. KENDRfCK, Gen. rasa. A?nt N.Y.u. and H.R.R.J
J NO. N. ABBOTT, Gen. Pass. Agent Erie RailwayD.
M. BOYD, Jr.. Gen. Pass. Agent Penn. R.R.J
L. M. COLE, (leu. Ticket Agent B. aud O.ICR.
VJ"EW YORK AND YONKERS FF.HRY-LANDINQ AT
! i.1 1 wentv-fourth street. Mauhattanvllie and t'arman^
villa eaeli way; the steamer hAPPHO. Captain Chas. M.
Brooks, on and alter Saturday. August 8, 1374. will leave
pier 2i NortU River, root of Vegey street, at 1 and 10:3)
A. M. and :i:4.i P. M.; Twentv-tourlh street 6:10 and 10:44
A. M. and 4 P. M.: returning, will lcavo Yonkersatf)
A. M.,1 and 8:M) P. M. Carmansvllle. 8 JO A M.. 1 :.'10 and
CP. M.; Manhattaavllle. 8:38 A. M., 1:38 and 6:C8 P. U. \
! Hmidav. will len ve pier 23, foot of Vesev ?trent. at 8 A. M,
; and 1 P. M.; Twenty-fourth street. 8:18 A. M. and 1:19
P. M.: r turning, will leave Yonkerx at 10:30 A, M. ami
4 P. M.; Carmansvilie, 11 A. M. and 4-JO P. Jl.; Maiihattanville,
II :38 A. M. an.I 4 38 P. M.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GREAT TRUNK I.IN1
t NIIKD 8TATK8 MAIL ROUTK.
Trains leave New York from lout of Dtabroiiea and
Cortlandt streets as follows: ?
i Express lor Harrisburg. Pittsburg, the Wo?t and fonth.
with 1'uliuian palace cars attached, 9;J0 A. M.. 8 and
8: 'U P. M. Minduy, 8 and 8 3o P. M.
For Wllllamjport, l,<>ck llaven, Corry and Erie, rta
Philadelphia and Erie Railroad, 8 3) P. M.: tor Wil
numsi'ori ?nu Lock Haven, 9:tOA. M., connecting al
! Philadelphia.
F<ir Baltimore, Washington ?nl the Booth?Limited
Wiuhingtoo express o? Pullman parlor ear*, dally,
except Suuday at 9 :w A M ; arrive at Washington
4 :H> P. M KeiiularatS'W A. J and 9 P. II Sun.
day. 9 P. M.
Express lor Philadelpnla, 8:4(X 9:30 A. M.; BJO, 8,4,4:1a
VMS', 9 P X. aud ii night. Mindav, 8, 7, ?:J>aud
9 P. M. Kmlfrant and second cUua, 7 P. M.
Accommodation for Trenton at 7 A. M. and I P. H
For Newark, at#, 7, 7 4o, R. 9, 10, II A. M., U *.
I. 2, 3:10, 3:40, 4:10. 4:?. I. ?:?, 5:40, ?, 6:10, ?*\
7, 7:30, 8M0, |i\ 11:30 P. M. and If niglit, Sunday.9M,
ForVlUabcth. ?, 7. 7 40, 8, 9.10 A. *. j 12 M? Li
2 30, 3:10, :J:40. 4.10, 4:30. 4:80, ?:*K 6:40, 8, MO. t-.A
7. 7 30. i> lov 10 u ::*) |*. M. aud 12 uiflii. SuuOay. JJ0,
For7 Kali wily ' '6 8 JO J, 8, 11 A. M.. H M? 1, ?, li??, SI",
3:40.4:1iV?M 4:40, a** M& fc i: 10, 7 lilft
1 10 P. M. and IJ night, Sunday. 8:20 ant 7 P. M.
For Woodbrldge, Perth Amlwy and South Am l>oy, 8 and
tt:lo, 7 P X. and 12 m?ht. Sunday, 7 P. M.
For Kail Millstone. 12 noon, 3:10 and iiW P. *.
For Lambartrllle and Flemmffton. 9iW K. M. and 4 P. M.
For Phllllpsburg ami Belvidere. 9:80 A. M , 2 and 4 I. M.
Kor Bordenu>? n. Hurltiiglon aud Camden, 7 and 9.3J
i A. M? U :30, 1 ?, ?*n.r7 P. M
For Freehold. 7 A. M., 2 and 4 P. ?
! Kor Fnrmingdnle and >qu?n, 7 A. M. and IP.*,
Fur Pemberiou mid (tinden, 6 A. M., and via boat from
! Tr*?n? a?ri??rii?"u,Uowirfnm t*bor?, ?:?* 9:10,
A. M. nnd 9;38P M., dully :8 30 P NT. dally exi
cept Monday. Prom Waanlnrfton and Baltimore,
I d;'Sl A. M , 4 1 \ 5;15 nnd 10 27 P.M. Sunday rtW
A. M. and 10:27 P M. From Philadelphia, Mil, 8 .20,
?;*L10:i\ II 88 A. vc .2-.18, 4:18.9 18, 0:80, 8:44. 10:27
I P.M. Sunday, 8:1(1, 6:'J0, 8:80, 11 -M A. M.,#? and
i 10"7 P M
1 Ticket offices. 881 and 944 Broadway, So. I Agtor Hogso
and foot ol He-brow* ana Cortlandt street* Emigrant
ticket ofllce*, Ho. 8 Battery place, No. 4 Court street.
Bn oklrn: No*. '14, llrtand 118 llunson street, Hithoken,
I) M. BOYD, Jh., Oeueial Paaacug>'r Atrenu
FRANK TUOMSON. Qinaral Manager
7
VRATILUUtV Or ittB.
For korwali and danbu ry.?*stkamtsi{
NELLY WHIlB leave* daily IS'inlay* excepted!
toot of Market iireet, pier V Ka*t River. at 2:46, aoi)
Tblrtr-tbird atroet atS 1*. M-. connecting wltb Danbury
Railroad. Brtuuwi* {ea*a? NorwaU at 7:60 A. *L, tife
arrival af trakii foS ?aa?ary and Haw Have*.
STON1NOTOW LINK FOB NEWPORT AND BOSTON*
The eluttant (teamen
MARRAQANSETT, aver/ lueaday. Thursday and ??{
urilav.
TONTNOTOW. every Monday, Wednesday aua Frl 1 - f.
ftom plrrSS N.?rth River, at 5 P. M.
Parlor . art are rua by thi* Hue from btonlngton tOi
White Mountain*, without chantfe.
DAY LINK TO BOSTON.
1 lie ma;nIAcentsteamer
PnODR ISLAND dally, except Suiiday. from pier n
North itlver, at 12 M., and Twenty-third mrect, Ku|
River, at l IV M., arriving in Got ton at 11 o'clock P. M.
E\CCHSIO!?S. .
A' storia, uablrm. morrihania and hiois
Bridie.?New palace Hrnnboat* leave Fulton fternr
I'ier at ?. 7, 7 4J, M:l.\ ?, <J:48. 1(1:% 11 :*& A. M. j 1:19. *:.P,
I 3.15, ,? ^5, S;ta, (i, tl.ju km. bee time car da tor laciinga.
I _____ Snnday boat* every half hottr after 8 A. M.
Albany, Saratoga and bound lakh a.\i?
returu, at reduced raua. See Day Line advertisement.
\ A. A. A,
NORTH SHORE 3TATEN ISLAND FEBRY
are running hourly EXCURSION TRIPS from Whitehall
street, foot ot Broadway, for Sew Brighton, Snug Hif.
t>or, Wont Brighton, Port Richmond and ELM PARS^
from 6:S? A. M. to 7 JO P, M. dally, Sundays Inclusive,
t are, 10 cenia.
A GRAND OCEAN EXCURSION TO ROCKAVfAZ
ii Reach.?Rockaway ha* tine ?urr und Mill waier I
naming, doming, nsning; nne groves and dancltu platforma,
tree lor Min.la> school und pienlo par let, who
will be taken on liberal term*. Tin? favorite steamer
TWILIGHT will make daily excursions an follows:?
Twenty-thltl street, V and 1 JO; Franklin street, 9:1} ana
lu*i; Dier No. i 9:28and 1:40; Martin's Dock, Brooklyn
9:tf and a. Fare 33c.; excursion tickets, Wo.
A -FISHING BANKS?GRAND DAILY EXCURSION;
. Splendid <all down the bay to th? ocean, A tine
1 view ot Long Branch, tbo fortifications, 4c. The elegant
sea going steamer ESCORT leaves every day (excepts
Saturdays), from foot of Twenty-seoond street, Nortli
River, at 8 A M. ; pier 43, foot Spring Street, North River,
at a JO a. 51.; pier 2, North River, at 9 A, *. Most per*
teot order maintained, and everything done to make
passengers eomfi rtable. Good restaurant, band of music,
lines, bait, *0. If are, gentlemen, >1; ladies, St) canUfc
A ?REGULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT TOR
J\? Newburg, laudlug at Yonkors, louia Island, welt
Point, Cold Spring and Cornwall. The tavortie steamer*
ARKOWsMItH. Captain James Sherman, leaves Foltoia'
; terry, Brooklyn, at H A. M.; West Eleventh street, Nortl*
River, at8:3o, and Twenty-third street, North River, at.
9 o'clock. Vase t'or tue excursion, $L
A?REGULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR.
Key port, landing at Elizabeth port, union Land.
' ing, Rossvillo and Perth Amboy. The favorite "Wamboat.
1 nIlUT WHITE, Captain J. H. Davis, leaves Barclay
street, North River, at 9:16 a. M.
Ahoy fob rockaway beach evert buxday.?The
favorite ocean steamer TWILIGHT wiH
make daily excursions, leaving Twenty-third street
North River, at 9 and 1 JO; Franklin street, 9 :lfi and 1 JOs
pier No. a, 9:2ft and 1:40; Martin's Dock, Brooklyn,
and 2 o'clock. ^Excursion tickets only fti'o.
A -a.-daily exccbsions to bockawa?"
, Beach.
The popular ?onnd steamer
AMER10CB
will leave overv day as follows :?
West Eleventh street, North River, at 8 AO a. 1L and L
P. M.
Barclay street. North River, at 8 AO A. M. .tnd 1:1ft P. M.
Pier 2, North River, ut 9 A. M. ana 1 :J0 P. M.
Brooklyn. Martin's dock, at 9:30 A. M. and 1*48 P. M.
Returning, leave Roekaway Beach at 11 A. M. and 5.
P. M. Fare, 36a Excursion tickets. Wo.
A?SUNDAY BOAT FOR GLEN COVE AND ROBLYjL
. landing at College Point. Great Neck, City IslaaV
Sand's Point and Glenwood. Steatnor sKaWANUAICA
will leave pier no. z* ram itiver (reus *np?, every oun?
(lay, at 9 o'clock A. M.; Ninth street at 9:04 aud Thirtyv'
third street at 9.1Z, rcturuiug to the city about ?
o'clock P. M. V
A?SUNDAY BOAT FOB NEWARK.?THB STBAK
boat THOMAS P. WAY wtu leave Commercial,
dock, Newark, at? A. M., 3 P. M. and 7 P. M.
! I.oiivc New York, foot of Barclay street, at 10DA. If.
and 4:30 P. M., stopping at Bergen Point each way.
CinOLKRA BANKS-ON THURSDAY, AUGUST IS"
J Early morning trip; Anderson Col well, pilot. 8t*<
papers Awrust 11. AL. O. FOSTER
r\AILY EXCURSIONS TO CONEY ISLAND.?TUB
J / lavorito steamer ARROW8MITH will makj regal *c
daily trips to Coney Island, leaving pier foot of Twenty*
third street, North River, at 9 A M., U and J P. i ., stopping
at West Rleventh street 9:10 A. M.. 12:10 and3:te?
P. M.; Frunklln street. North River, 9 JO A M , 12:20 an A
3 M P. M.; pier 2 North River. 9:30 A. M., 12:30 end 3i?
P. M. _ |
i 17AST BIYKB BOAT TO CONEY ISLAND.
Hi The favorite steamer MKTAMOBA will mateTCflU.
lar daily trips to Coney Island, leaving Ninth street Karl
River, at 10 A. M., 1 and 3:4) P. M.: pier 27 East Bivor at.
10:10 A. M.,1:10 and 3 M P. M., and Fulton lurry, Brooklyn.
at 10 it) A. M.. 1 and * P. M.
1 r?ORT lkb, pleasant valley and SHADY SIDK
D steamers Irom spring street.?Sumlaya at 9.10 aui
11 A. M , aud 1, 2, a. 6 :.M) and 7 P. M.. landing at Twenty,
third and Thlrtv-tourth street* 10 and 15 minutes latot
Daily at 10 A. M., 2, 5:15 and 7:14 P. M. Soc. rotmu trip.
EUSUINO BANKS.?STRAMER TRAVKLRR LEAVES
J1 daily, Saturday excepted; leaves Ninth street*
k. k? / a. M.; pier 27 k. B.. loot of Dover street. 7 : !?;
toot of Twenty-fourth street, N. R.. 8; pier 48, toot ot*
( pring street, 8:30; pier 6 N. R.. 9; meals, music, ilv?
bait. Ac., on hoard; gentlemen. $i; ladles, flttc. JOU.N Jft,
DUWNI.NU, PETER W. M\OUIRE. Managers.
nnn cYpnpjrnwa run dnprt io utv iuuait
r 8. I'NDERIlILL open tor excursions throughout thu
season; splendid accommodation" for small parties. Apply
to Captain CHARLES ADAMS, No. 8 Battery place.
0^1 RAND EXCURSION TO HIGHLANDS AND RHP
T Bank, N. J.?The fast dud strong Dteamlm.it USA.
BIRD leaves pier33, toot of I ran k I in street, North River,
for al>ove places, on Sunday morninc. 9ih last., at 7 JSO.
Iietnruing. leaves Red Bank at 3-JU I*. M.
Grand excursion, sundat morning, fob
Albany and Troy, landing at Newbarg, Ponghkeen
Me, Rliiuebeck, OatsklU and Athens; tare to Poughkeepsie
50c., all above $1; return tickets. Si ML Tiio fast
steamer BOH UVLKll leaves Spring street (pier 43) at 8
o'<look, Twenty-third street at 8'*, returning from
Albany at 8 IV M.
SALOON STEAMERS WYOMING AND OKORttE T.
OLYPIIANT. run dally, on charter, with barges Republic,
Chicago, Caledonia, Baldwin and Sarah Stnitfi.
Eaulcswood, Karitan Beach, Kxcelsior, Oriental in<t
Cold Spring groves. Otrice, 384 West street, opposite.
Christopher street terry. H. b. CROSsliTT.
STKAMBOAT PORT LRB TO CIIARTEB TO BXCUltslon
and picnlo parties. Apply at 47 Puiton street,
after I P. M.
SATURDAY AVTBRNOOM EXCURSION UP TFlH
Bound.?Tho Sound steamer NBl.LY whitb will
leuvi! on Saturday. August H, trom pier 37 East River
(loot of Market street) at 'i:4o, and toot of Thirty-thunt
street, Kast River, at 3 P.M., for an excursion to NorwaIk,
and return the city about 9 o'clock in ilic evenIng,
giving excursionists a line cool sail, and an opuoi
tunity to see all the public institution^ on the East
ltiver.
Excursion tickets $L
PROPOHAl<S<
Proposals - - - - -
for
WROCaUT AND CAST IRON WORK
tor the
LIBRARY OF THE NEW STATB DEPARTMENT.
Orrtc* or Scpkhvisiwo Ancm-rncr, >
Trbast'rt Piuhtkmt, Wasihhoton. D. U., .lulv it, IR74. ?
Scaled proposals will be received at tills office until 1J
M. of the Uth dav or Amrust, IC74. for furnishing deliver*
inn, littiiiR and p'lttmg In place the wrought an t cast iron
work required lor the Library of the New .itute Department
Copies of the drawings and specification* may bo had
on application At tins office.
All scaffolding required by the contractors to pat th?
work In place will be furnished by the Uenartmeut frto
of charge, hut will be erected by tlio contractor*.
Proposals will be made for the wholu worn complete,
aa shown on drawings and deaoribed in specification.
The whole of tho work must be completed witbin lour
months trom date of acceptance of tho proposal.
Payments will be made monthly, deducting 10 per
cent, until the completion of the contract
All bids must be accomnanied hv a nenal bond of twit
renpnnsiblo person*, in the sum of twenty-live thou?au<i
dollar* (WSuUO), that the bidder will accept ami iienorm
the contract, if awarded tinn. the ufflctency nf the wcurity
to be certified by the United State* Judge, Cleric
of the United >tate# Court, or the Dinirict Attorney of
the District wherein the bidder reside*.
Tbe Department re-erve* the right to reject any or all
hid* if it oe deemed lor the interim ol tlic guvurnmcct
i to do ?o.
I hvery bid mn*t be made on the printed form to be obtained
at till* ofllro, and mnat eonform In ever* reep.-ec
to tbe requirements ul Uii? aJvorUMj.u?ii~, or it will not
he considered.
Proposal# will not be reretrert frnm narfte* who are
not themaelve* engaged in the manufacture of r**t Iron
work, and who have nut the uece?ary facilitle* lur
geUnp out the work.
All bid* inu.st be enclo?ed In a waled envelope, ent?
Mvi.kmi I a IV..,,...hi .....I <'*. It- ,11 >e
Library, New Mate Department, \Va>hingt< ri. D. C,"
I and aihlreawd to A H Mt'CLBTF,
Supervising Architect
rROPWALS rOB (1RANITK FOR I HE CENTENNIAL
buildings.?Preputials will ha rooeivod until the I.Mti
I oi August, lor ftirniehiDg ami delivering on the whari at
I Philadelphia, the granite cut ready to net lor the Miiper tructrue
of the Centennial Bullilinir*. the whole t > he delivered
In eleven months, and to he of granite 'hat nil
i harmonise wlih Vlrirlnla ?rranlte. Plans and nw?M:ir?
, information can tm obtained at my oiMce, Ledger HulM1
in*. Philadelphia. K. J. DOUHINS. Contractor.
C?ALli A*I> REMOVAL Of VMM UK S T1 Alt V or
O VIRGINIA,
The mtdersignefl, appointed eotnmlMtonor' (or the
purpose t?v an act ol the General Anembly approwd
April SO, 1*74, will receive waled oropoxan, to he open.-.I
at Mo'clockM. on Thursday, the l*t nav 01 October.
IH74. ior the purchase and removal oi the Penitentu.y
ot Hrglnia.
j The following are th? orovlaions ol the act, to wl.t li
the proposals muni conform s?
I "A The* commissioners shall advertise for proP"V?U
for the purchase ol the laud an.I buildings. and t' a
removal ol the buildings and the Inmate* to jouk' point
not lass than Ave mile* from the corporate Utnit? oi tho
city of Richmond; aaid proposals to stipulate
tor the suitable buiMlngs tor the prorcr ?ucomaoiiattuD
and employment ol the prhoncr*.
the erection of the machinery, and all the
mean* and appliances that are necessary to ?e.-itro vl
I tne facilities lor the operation* of the Penitentiary to tho
I tame extent as they at present exist in the state Penitentiary;
and provided further, tnat no proposal ?hnil
' be accepted whteh Involves tne State in ?ny nn?n<d
over and above the proceed* ol the ?aio of the lan i ar 1
I buildings now Med for and connected with the Pernio i
I Uarv.
"3. Proposals fhr the removal must he endorsed on
the envelopes "Proposals for mcniovlng the *'?'?
Penitentiary," and should be accompanied
and taolude a map of the grounds, and plans, nratings
and specifications tor the buildings to be turnUhed
in place oi those at prescut occupied; and no proposition
shall be accepted unless approved oi by the commissioners
and ratified by tho Legislature at Its u?*t set"Proposals
sho*d be nddreesed to the' niwstgned. at
Richmond JANKH [i, KhMl KR,
11I1U.OHU, R, K. WlTUhR" . ?
? Marshall uasoeb.

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