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BOAHDKRS WAHTED.
f* ?EARUK AND SMALL BOO*. CONNEOTKD, SUIT\J
able for gentleman ami wife or two gentlemen, with
jlinard; term* roaaouable 1811 Wmt Forty-fourth etreet, beItwoon
Siatli avenue auil Broadway
'I SECOND STORY ROOM, FURNISHED. l'O LET,
| J with Hoard go* hot and cold water in rooui;
[nnfhborhood, MMlltMBlly; tovai mu4?r?i? Barrow bt
'I ENTIRE FLOOR, BLBUANTLY FURNISHED, To
. 1 let, with Hoard; elan one ainjrle Room, hy a family ofcit'
living their owu liouae.-Ft W eat Twenty second meet. Itef,er'iice?
given and required.
1 It LOCK FROM FIFTH AVKNI'K THKATKE AND
Broadway, 104 Weal Twenty eighth street ? A nice and
mmfortaide furnished Room, with or without Board, in a
lldrivate family; term a reaaonalile.
1 A-TWO OR THREE PERSONS MAY FIND FIRST
clan* accommodation!!, wltli Sitting and two Bedroom*,
tall or partial Hoard, In a miall Oerman family of reBnement.
Adilreaa HOME COMFOltTs, box ITS Herald Uptown Branch
ollioe.
1 HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD,
for two, at $|ti a week, on the parlor floor, aleo other
K miim, with or without Board. No. SJ'J E?>1 Fourteenth
> r-ct. near Second avenue
1 ELKO A NT FRONT PARLOR AND 2 H A NDSOMF.
Ji connecting Rooms, on Hcronil Moor, with first elu*? Bourn,
to gentlemon only, at 20 East Twenty-third street; private
table if desired; references exchanged.
"I LARUE, Jf AN DROME BACK P\RI.OR?8UITABLK
J. for a first class physician ; also a pleasant Suit ot Huouil
?tn second floor, with Hoard; references exchanged. oO
Went Twenty-second street. ___________
*> SUITS OF ROOMS TO LET, FURNISHED, WITH
aJ Hoard; house and location first class. 3i't Last fourtconth
street, near Second avenue.
Q ROOMS AND ONE PARLOR, WELL FURNISHED,
^ on second floor, hot and cold water, with first class
Board, for two persons, $23. 3*.>7 West Twenty second street.
2D STORY FRONT BOOM, WITH BOARD: HOT AND
cold wnter, ample closet room, hath Ac.; also Room for
single gentleman or lady ; a few tuble hoarders ucconuuo dated;
prices reasonable; reference. 317 Second avenue.
> WS8T THIBTIBTH flfTBBBT-IIANDSOMELV FUR
/ nished Rooms, with Board, for family, lionso all newly
furnished this spring; can hare private table if desired.
?> SPACIOUS FLOORS, UNDIVIDED OR EN SUITE.
? to let, with Hoard, in the elegant house 81 Fifth Hve
Jiuc; urruiigcmcnts made for fall; references.
M. E. UAQR (formerly 2*1 West Sixteenth street).
> COTTAGE PLACE. NEAR BLEECKER STREET ?
) Neatly and comfortably furnished Rooms with a small
) nnily, very good Hoard, ai $7 a $8 a week ; families taken
equally low. References.
AO TO $10 PER WEEK?FOR DOUBLE ROOMS.
V*' with and without Board, every convenience; break
fist alone $1 3D per week; well served food. 230 West
Twenty fifth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues.
r SPENCER PLACE (WEST FOURTH STREET), NEAR
' West Tenth street.?Large pleasant Rooms, furnished,
'with or without Board.
rni AVENUE, NEAR SIXTEENTH STREET. ?HAVt
/ ing a large and elegant furnished house, can furnish Suits
f of two to live rooms on first, second or third floor; also single
Rooms, with first class Hoard Parties wishing au elegant
li one address W. T., Herald ottioo.
ftTH AVENUE, 80, OPPOSITE DELMONICO'S?ELK
' gant Suits on second and third floors, furnished; also
jungle Rooms, with Hoard, references.
PJTU AVENUE, NO. 814?PLEASANT ROOMS EN
' suite, large double Room*; single Rooms, with grate and
ample closet room, with Hoard; references required.
rTfl AVENUE, ?? AND :u*7 ?A PARLOR FLOOR AND
) a Second Floor to rent in Hats, with or without Board,
furnished or unfurnished; private table ft' desired; parries
making their winter urrangoment will llnd this desirable ;
clarences.
0 SPENCER PLACE .WEST FOURTH STREET), HE
tween Tenth and Christopher streets.?A furnished
Floor of two room s to let, with Board, hot and cold water
nmi gas in each rooiu.
<Jj?T TO $10 PER WEEK-LARGE ROOMS, WTTH
P I all modern improvements, well furnished, w ith first
class Hoard, to gentlemeu and wives or single gentlemen.
154 and 156.Waverley place.
9 EAST THIRTIETH STREET ?HANDSOMELY FUR
niahed Rooms to let. with or without Board, to gentle*
men or gentleman and wile.
<k RA8T TWENTV.SEVENTH STREET. BETWEEX
' Madison and Filth avenues, Board and Rooms, well
furnished, for gentlemen and their wives, or single gentle
*11011.
(\ WEST TWENTY FIRST STREET. FEW DOORS
*7 from Fifth avenue.?Handsomely furnished Rooms, with
Sirst class Hoard, en suite or singly; highest references given
and required.
T ATH STREET, NO. 12, FOUR DOORS WEST OF
" " Fifth avenue.?Handsomely furnished Rooms, with
Board, to families or single gentlemen; location uuexcep*
lionahle; table first class; day hoard.
11TH STREET, 156 WK8T.-MI ANDSOMKLY FUR1
1 n{shed large and kid nil Room h to let, with Board, an i t
able for gentleman and wile or single gentlemen ; also table
Hoard; reference#.
nTII STREET, ISO WEST, NEAR SIXTH AVENUE ?
With Board, large handsomely furnished Room ; large
<*losoU; every convenience; with or without connecting; ball
Room; references.
TlTn STREET, WEST, 271.?TlAYINft ENLARGED MV
.1 I. house and painted it throughout, I offer very desirable
Rooms, with Board, to gentlemen or families, with the comforts
of home; references.
"1 OTII STREET, 135 WEST, NEAR SIXTH AVENUE ?
.1 -j Pleasant Rooms on nomad and third floor#, with Bourd.
lorsingle gentlemen or gentlemen and wives; also a hall
Room, Post office.
1 I Til STREET, 217 WEST.?THE ENTIRE SECOND
J T Floor and other Uoonn>, handsomely furnished, to let,
en suite and singly, with Board; private table if desired;
house uniiHually desirable : reference#.
Id Til STREET, 315 EAST? TTAXDSOMELY FUR*"t
ntshed Rooms to let. with first class Board; all improvements
; private bathroom; pleasant neighborhood;
prompt attendance; reference# exchanged.
*1 I EAST THIRTY-FIRST STREET?HANDSOMELY
I ' i" furnished Room# to let, with or without Board; house
Rrsfl class; family private.
a IT 11 STREET, NO EAST?HANDSOMELY FIRT
nished Room# to let, with Board, to geiitletueu; references
exchanged.
T/J CLINTON PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY?LARHE
AO and small Room#, with or w ithout Hoard, in n family
tfroin Parts; good opportunity to speak French; dinuer in nice
garden.
TO EAST FORTY FIRST STREET-BOARD.?TWO
jXO second story front Rooms, two large aiul one small
Room on fourth story, to permanent parties; table unexccp<ti"iiable.
T Q EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET BETWEEN
.J O Union square and Fifth avenue.?Well furnished
.Rooms to let, en suite or singly, with or without Board, to
11milieu or single gentlemen.
f|Q BAST FORTY-SIXTH STREET -LABOR AND
4 fj small Rooms to let, with Board; reference# exchanged.
1(1 wiifi i iifi.i i I r l ivf> i r> i iinr, i .? inir? nui. nr*
At/ having changed hands and undergone thorough repairI
. |ng throughout, oners great inducement* in the way of
prcshly painted, handsomely furnished Rooms, with superior
lalde, to ikmtlj or dagls gentlemen; references.
*>| W EST EI ( 11T K K N T Tf STREET.?V A MII. 1 K S AND
Z L single gentlemen desirous of obtaining handsome
Blooms, with first class Board, can do so by applying at above
Address; best references.
OOD STREET, WEST, NO. M47?TO LET, WITH
^ujO Hoard, a spacious Room, handsomely furnished, and a
' BonMetiif rooa; ImuNn of Imhi MighmL
<)OD STREET, WEST?TO LET, WITH HOARD, A
handsomely furnished Room on second floor, adjoining
the bathhouse , Board and attentaueo first class; references.
Call ftt 118.
I*>7T11 HTREF.T, ir.1 EAST, NEAR LEXINGTON AVE
/j I line.?A few first class, handsomely furnished Rooms,
for families or single guntleuicii i table At; private table if
desired; terms moderate.
*) | WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?LARGE,
' ?) r handsome Rooms and closets, with first rnte Hoard, in
rhcerftil house, with dining room on parlor tloor; also hall
Itoomi.
' i - (Til STREET 107 WEST.-FRONT ROOMS ON SECt)T
ond and third floors to let, with Hoard; also front
liall Room, with large closet; hot and cold water, references
I-x changed.
A 1 WEST SIXTEENTH STREET?A SOUTHERN
li lady offers hendaorao Rooms, good table, to transient
in- permanent boarders, at moderate prices, a lew table
koardcra desired. ?
|1 EAST TWENTY FIRST STREET? HANDSOMELY
nr L furnished Rooms on becond floor, with (list class Board;
private table if desired; also a back 1'arlor; references.
, A i) CLINTON PLACE, CORNER OF UNIVERSITY
~I <ml place.?This handsome and commodious residence,
liavlng changed hands, Is now prenared to receive families or
pinglo gentlemen, with first class Hoard ; terms moderate.
i O EAST TWELFTH STREET ONE HALF BLOCK
rrO from Broadway.?A few single gentlemen can ho accommodated,
witli or without Board.
A r EAST TWENTY THIRD STREET?TERMS MOST
I?) reasonable . Floor over parlors, containing all modern
conveniences, with Hoard; private (able If desired, also
[ n.|ii?ro Koon* on third floor, 'private family.
A 7 WEST twelfth htuket, between fifth
"'l | nml Sixth avenue*.?Handsomely furnished Room* on
parlor and second floor* to let, with (food Hoard,
a g west sixteenth street?having erased
*1 O the above Ilonse I wntild like to rent my rooms, with
f:ood Ronrd, to persons tceklug a perniauonl and quiet home ;
also transient hoard given. Mrs LINSEKY.
a g west sixteenth street ?having erased
X ?' tho above llouso, I would like to rent my Rooms, with
wood Board, to persons seeking a permanent and quiet home;
Also transient Board given Mrs. EINSEKY.
A <k EAST TWENTY FIRST STREET -HESIRABEK
'I >7 Rooms en suite or separately, with lirst class Board;
also Rooms for gentlemen ; reference* exchanged.
r G west twkektil street.?to i,ET, with or
)A " without Hoard, large unci small handsomely furnished
Jtooins, to gentlemen and wives or single gentlemen, terms
Seasonable. References required.
r <) WEST FIFTEENTH STREET.-TO LET, WITn
I I!, nil, entire Second Timer ami Hack I'arlor, witli on
tension, furnished handsomely, also single Room for gentleInen;
terms moderate.
r?> WEST WASHINGTON PEACE -TWO HAND?)??
mincly furnished Room* to lot, with Hoard, for gentlemen
and m -ses or genlleinuu ; every convenienco.
r,r. west TOHTY SECOND STREET, OPPOSITE RES
? *' 7 ervoir Park,?Choice Rooms on parlor and second floor,
M ith good Hoard, at vory modarato price i also a few day
I orders.
I ra VYI ,|' ELEVENTH STREET. A FEW DOORS
? i 'ir""i I'iHh avunnn.?Very desirable Rooms, with
J'.oiird, lor family or single gentlemen ; alio hall Bedroom ;
r >> ? iind .11 .n flrst c lass, terms numerate
rjn CHRISTOPHER STREET, BETWEEN FOURTH
4 I snd Hii ecker streets.?Pleasant Itooini on second and
third.floors to lot, with Uoarii, to a party of geutieniau or
g. lun.fi. and oives
NEW Yl
BOARDKK* W VYTElr.
Q1 CLINTON PLACE. NEAR EIPTII AVKNIK'71
llamisniu.lv Inrnialie.l Itooiu-. modern improvement*.
Willi MMMl MM, on Miile or mg|ar; term- MMli;
advent airemi* arrangement* made for w inter; da* boarder*.
Hill WEST PIETY-RUTH mur. KSAK ( RMTRAL
.1 " t'J Park. second Hat. ? Plnaanni Hi?'iu- and Hoard for
an invalid denning magnetic treatment by a lady trance and
healing medium ; reference* exchanged.
lril WAVKRLKY PLAiK, JfORTHWSNT C<iRI
W1 ner Wuatiingtou aquare?Several connecting
Jiooni*. Mutable for small famiUva; table iiiiiioruily good
und nncea reasonable; private tuble if dealred.
11 | IAHI BOHTUNTIi STREET, NEAR ' I.AKK.V
111" linn Hotel.?Elegant Room- mi second Hour to In,
vllh tiwII'Dl Hmnl; locatlou una Mock of Broadway; reference*
given ul"' re'|nlred.
11(1 EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET. ONE HLOPK
I 1 >1 from Mudikuu s<|Ua-e.?To let, with It.lord, elegantly
furnished Apartment*. singly or en suite; single Rooms for.
gentlemen; table lloanf
I ?(? WEST TENTH STREET.?XH ELV ITRMfillKD
,10?/ seeoiiil story front Room: ul-o hell Room to let,
with Board, to geutlemen. Term* moderate.
I JO WAVER LEY PLACE.?NIC KEY It KMSIIEU
l~t'' Rooms, silinl.v oreu suite, with or without Hoard;
furniture all new; Mnitll private fatuity ran hate all the comforts
of a home ; references.
1 WAVEKLKY PLACE, NEAR SIXTH AVENCE,?
Lv?d Nicely furnished front Rooms, second floor, with
home comforts and hest Board; Herman (louse; references.
1 \(i WEST TWELFTH STREET ? VEBV PLEASANT
l'J'7 ami nicely furnished Rooms to let. with flrst class
Board; hath and all the necessary consenlences.
lf'fl WEST FORTY SIXTH STREET-FIRST PI.ASS
it)"' house, and Kuoius, with or witliuut Board, for adulta.
Reference reouired.
()H 1 WEST TENTH STREET. ? A PRIVATE
SjVr'x American faintly will lot u largo Room, unfurnished,
ami one furnished, to mun and wife or a party of
single gentleiueu. with Board: terms moderate.
fl/\7 WEST THIRTY EIP.tlTII STREET.?FINK
-0"' 4 Rooms, with Hoard; also hall Rooms; house and
locution unexceptionable; oonveulent to Hroadway, Sixth
and Seventh avenue lines: references given uml required.
91 Q EAST THIRTY-FIFTH STREET.?A SMALL PRI?
L< rate family ha? furnished Rooms to let, with or w ithout
Board; conveniences for housekeeping; gas, bath, hot
aud cold waU-r; references.
9%> | i: \ vr I I i TV Eli.II I II STREET-A NK'EI.Y
, I furnished back Purlur, with trout Room; partial
Board If wanted.
2s)(J WEST FORTIETH STREET.?ONE OR TWO
_r O couples can be aceomiuod tied with large
Rooms, nicely furnished; good table and attendance, with
use of bath ; Hoard for laily.
9)1 EAST NINETEENTH STREET ?TWO L \ ROE
air J Rooms, furnished, with Hoard; good neighborhood.
9 i i WEST THIRTY FOl'RTH STREET ?HAND^'"X
TX sottiely furnished Rooms, with first class Board, en
suite or singly; also desirable hail Rooms ; references exchanged.
9 ? n WEST FORTY THIRD STREET ?A PRIVATE
jjTH family would rent their Second Floor to gentlemen
or gentleman aud wifo, with or without Hoard; all improvements.
4)4(1 WEST TWENTY FIFTH STREET?TO LET,
I . I u.i,l. It., 1,r,l ?l?,..??t front I!,.0,11 uiwl connect.
ing Bedroom if desired, on second floor, southern exposure;
also nice buck liooui; references given end required.
Or/t WEST FORTY-FIRST STREET. AT THE
) ) new Lviug-ln 1 nati t tit ion.?Good Board, excellent
nursing, for ladies duriug confiucmeiit. Apply to or address
Mrs. DOHANN.
0(\A WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.?LARGE,
TT elegantly furnished Rooms, with uinpio closets,
hot ami cold water; suitable for families; also two bail
Rooms, with first class table; private table if desired.
O/YQ v \ D 811 WEST FOURTEENTH STREET
t*fJ Handsomely furnished Rooms (front or back) to let,
en suite or singly, with first class table Board; alao ball
Rooms for gentlemen.
Ol r WEST NINETEENTH STREET.?HANDSOMELY
Oltj furnished Rooms, with Hoard; dressing rooms connecting;
hot and cold water; suitable for gentlemen or gentleman
and wife; house contains all modern improvements;
neighborhood unexceptionable.
q ~ | WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET ?AN KLE
O'/T gant front alcove Room, with bath adjoining^ for
one or two single gentlemen, with Breakfast, in a strictly
private family; convenient to Elevated and three lines of
cars; references exchanged.
07Q WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET.?PA RLOR
?J I Floor and alcove Room and Bedroom on second floor,
with ampleetoMri room, also Room on third floor, with
Board, on reasonable terms.
yjfvq WEST NINETEENTH STREET.?SINGLE iND
t"0 double Rooms to let. with first class Hoard, in u
small American family of adult*; terms to $1U per week ;
near Klevatod Railway.
yjlD THIRD AVENUE. CORNER TWENTY-NINTH
1" J street.?Two neatly furnished square Rooms in Hat,
singly or together, with or without Board for ladv.
Mrs. PALMER.
A LADY WILL LET, WITH BOARD, TWO OR THREE
Rooms verv reasonably for balance of the season. First
brick house on Weatervelt avenue, New Brighton, S. I.
A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET VERY KEAsomthlv,
with first class Board, entire Floor, four
rooms, handsomely furnished, all conveniences, to a family
or keuariMly; brown stone resilience. 11" Hast aeventyoighth
street. Elegant neighborhood, near Madison avenue
curs.
4 ?ANY LADIES DESIRING ACCOMMODATIONS
J\. during confinement anil otlmr illness, with good uursingnnd
best medical attendance, can address, lor one week,
WEST SIDE, Herald Uptown Branch oflice.
VN ELEGANT AND NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT
Parlor and Bedroom in a small private family. for a
gentleman and wife ; Board tor lady only. Address D. O. T.,
lfcrald l'ptown Branch oflice.
A LADY, HAVING NO CHILDREN. WOULD LIKE
to hoard one from (1 months upward for uu institution or
individual. .1 TALOR, box 1,1*75 Post oflice.
A -2441 WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, TWO
Mocks from Broadway.?A choice of now and elegantly
furnished Rooms to let, to gentlemen or gentleman and wife ;
breakfhat ar bm?Userved in the h?e.
4 PARTY OF TWO OR THREE GENTLEMEN CAN
A have an entire Floor, with Breakfast, iti the bouse of a
private family ; the rooms are well furnished and the house
desirably located. Address E., box 101 Herald Fplowu
i Branch oflice.
1 TjM.KOANT BOARDING ACCOMMODATIONS AND BUST
j\i houses ; all locations and prices; list free. HANK INS'
New York Boarding Directory, So. 28 West Twenty-ninth st.
IJ1IR8T CLASS TABLE AND HANDSOME ROOMS CAN
he had at 155 .Madison avenue, for families or single
I gentlemen. Prices moderate.
, TTANDHOMKLY FURNISHED 8l'IT OF APARTMENTS;
i II private table; extra wide house; errand liall; private
j hath; location central; near Fifth avenue; references; prlj
vate family. Apply at 1!' Eaat Twenty-aecnnd street.
ONE BLOCK EAST OP COOPER INSTITUTE, 83
Stnyvesant street.?Elegantly furnished Rooiu for
rtentleraan desiring permanent It rat class accommodations;
oration central; coffee if desired; terms moderate.
13ARTIES DESIKINO COMFORTABLE ACCOMMODAtions
for the winter in a Rood location, with (food table
and atteiidaiiee, ran address BENSON, hex 111! Herald office.
Reference given and required.
qto LET?WITII OR WITHOUT BOARD, A NICELY
1 furnished Room in a private family. Address C. P.,
Herald office.
mwu FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
J. Hoard, hy gentleman, wifo and eicht-yeurs-old child;
location between Thirtietli and Sixtieth streets and Sixth
and Eighth avenues; terms, $10 to $1S. Address W., box
10'.' Herald office.
BOARD AM) LODGING WANTjjpi
\ RESPECTABLE MIllDLE-AOED LADY WISHES
1 \ an unfurnished Room, with Board, in a small private
I family. Address OWENS, station II.
A SINGLE GENTLEMAN WISHES A FURNISHED
Room on Twenty sixth or Twenty seventh street, lie
tu ceii itroadwav and sixth avenue. Address Y.. 101 Pearl
j street.
A LADY, OCCUPIED pi'HING T1IE DAY, WANTS A
Room. with breakfast, In the location of Fourth ave|
line, from Twenty-third to Forty-second street; If suited will
lie permanent (luring winter. Address M. 11., lJerulii Uptown
Brunch office.
A GENTLEMAN AND LADY DESIRE ONE OR TWO
well furnished Koiuuh. with or without llourd for ladjr.
Address RETIRED, bo* 1(13 Herald Uptown Branch office.
A WIDOW LADY WISHES A ROOM, WITH BOARD
mid homo comforts, In the vicinity of Sixth ?venue ; not
j to exceed $b per weok. Address IIOME, box 147 Herald
officii.
HOARD WANTED?ON FIFTH AVENUE OR ITS IM
JJ medinte vicinity, for a grntlemun nnd wITe: a Parlor
and Bedroom, wlih first class table. Address, stating terms
and particulars, HOME, box 4,121 Post office.
Board wanted.?two gentlemen and their
wives wish permanent Board; two or three Rooms on
second or third floor; location from Nineteenth to Thirtyfourth
street end Fourth to Ninth avenue; reference unexceptionable.
Address, stating terms for each room, which must
he from $2f> to $30 per week, C. J. U., Herald office.
Board wanted?for gentleman, wife and
daughter; two rooms; between Fourteenth and Fortieth
streets and Fourth and Seventh avenues; terms not to exceed
$120 per month; best referonco required. Address
D w., 139 East Seventeenth street.
Board wantrd-in a strictly private family
(French or German preferred;, below Thirty-fourth
street, by two gentlemen Address, stating lowest terms
and particulars, IIOME, Herald office.
Board wanted-by gentleman, wife and infant
from October I ; private family preferred. Addrpss,
with reference, stating lowest terms. W 11 B box
1,077 New York Post office. '
TV'ARD WANTED?FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE;
it location ootween i nirry lourtn ana riitlcth streets and
Hlxth and Madison avenues; referenceseicbanr.-d. Address
BARCLAY, Herald office.
Board wanted-for gentleman and wifeAnswers,
to he noticed, must contain location, term a
(which must he reasonable* description, rooms in Address
PERMANENT BOAUDKkA, Herald office.
mKMPORARY BOARD WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN
i. and his wife, about Heptember 0, for a fctv weeks- a
Southern family preferred; location Irvine place or Union
st|tiare Address New York I'ost oflic# boa 3,733, statins
terms and references.
AirANTED?FOR OKNTI.KMAN, WIFE, TWO YOCNO
TT children and nnrse, Parlor and Bedroom of good also,
and Renin for nnrse bath, with Hoard, at not over $40 petweek.
Address R. J. S? llerald office.
Air ANTED?BOARD FOR LADY, WITH ON K CHILD;
t> east aide; private faintly preferred; would llk? to glvo
lessons in alnglng in part payment; unexceptionable refer
cures as to uuiilifieatlon Ae. Addross, with terms, WINDSOU,
bo* 174 Herald office.
WANTED?LARGE ROOM, WITH HOARD. FOR LADY
and child ; Tenth to Eighteenth street, First to Filth avenue;
terms moderate, Addrese, -with toil particulara,
rtil Li'ARD boa HO Herald nffllng.
)RK HKICALD, SUNDAY,
ISO % 1(11 t\D YiODOIIVU WAMTID.
l\r ANTED? HV V LADY AND LITTLE SON. SI X
v# year* old. Hoard with a private family or where there
re hut ft?w boarder*, when- they can enjoy the uonCi'rta of a
uuiwt. respectable home; will furnish thoir own rooiu in pert
if required Please state full particular?, with lowest nrica.
which inunt be moder Ue. Aildro?s BOARD, box 220 lferald
office
YlrANTED?BY GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. LARGE
?V well furnished Kooui, uiuple clooatft, with Hoard, he
1 ween Tenth and Twenty-third streets; private family pre
ferred Addros*. timing tonus, locution end references, 11.
A. X., 11 eraid office.
U"AN I ED ?A GENTLEMAN, WIFE, BROTHER,
child mid nurse desire several nice furnished Room*,
with pood Hoard, in a private Jewish tainily. Address A. B .
box Jiti Herald office.
\ ' \ N i SB k F1 BUI 4UBB FRONT BOOB kND H ILL
M Bedroom, con tied in jc, in private family, where Board
can he hud for the lady it desired; location not below Fourteenth
street and central. Address Lieraid office.
\VMNTKD?TWO I t ItMSHKD ROOMS FOR GENTLE
? ? man and lady board for lady >, with a widow preferred:
terms must be moderate Address, with particulars and
price, G. W? bo* 130 llerald office.
Q| * \ PARTY OP TWO DESIRING v WELL U K
qp.1 x tilshed Room in a quiet fumily, w ith jrood Board,
can obtain such at ISO West, Tenth street after Sunday ; refer?
noes.
BROOKIsl s BOABD.
1 SO NCUERMKRHOKN STREET, BROOKLYN,
AO" lour blocks from City Hall.?Front alcuve and sunny
back Rootn, on second floor; also back Parlor, nicely and
newly furnished, en suite or singly ; tirst class table ; private
if desired.
Brooklyn hoard?at 112 rapalyea, east,
first Iiuum) front lleury street.?Pleasant rooms containing
nil Improvements, furnished, v, ith or without Board;
would have no objection to small children; has no other
boarders.
T> 1IOOKLYX IlKlt.IITS TO $10 PER WEEK FOR
.1J handsomely furnished Rooms, or Suits of Rooms, with
Board. 107 Henry street, 5 minutes' walk from Fulton
or Wall street ferries. References required.
HOTELS.
A ? 350 ROOMS, NEW MATTRB88E8; CLEAN BEDS,
A? 25c., Itftc.. "sic., $1 50, $2 50 per week. gentlemen and
families. Frankfort liou?e, 202 VV 111 la in street. Open all
night.
A Li. LI< HIT ROOMS?NEW ENGLAND HOTEL, BOWcrv
and Hayurd *treet: 200 moms equal in comfort to
any first class hotel; lodgings nightly, 50c. a 00c. for gentlemen
only.
A STOR PLACE IlOTEf.. 25 A$D 27 THIRD AVENUE?
J\. the cheapest and best located house in the city; ladies'
entrance No. 3 St, Mark ? place. European plan. (Always
open )
A?FOR ADVERTISEMENT OF NEW YORK HOTEL
sec heading of "Special Notices."
A COOL FRONT SINGLE ROOM, 40C. OR 5t?C. PER
<iay:$2to$:i weekly. S Si IT II 8 (newly furnished)
Hotel, bs Chatham street; always open; near new Post
Office.
"DKLXONT HOTEL, FULTON STREET, NEAR BROADLI
way.?European plan: Rooms 50 cents and upward;
new family Ruflmi; Ladies' and geutlcmeu'd dining rooms
open Sundays; meals at low prices.
C11TY HOTEL, CORNER BROADWAY AND EIGHTH
) street; entrance No. 1 Clinton place.?Large Rooms and
Board for two, $15 a week, $2 a day; Rooms $4 a week.
COUNTRY BOARD.
i FEW MORE BO ARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED
l\ hi Hillside. Terms re aoon able. Address S. ROOT,
Cat skill, X Y.
AMONG THE MOUNTAINS.?SCENERY PERFECTLY
1\ elegant; location healthy; first class Board, $5 per
week. Address, with stamp, HO RATIO GATES, Brcakabeen,
Schoharie. N. Y.
AT WESTKIELD?ONE HOUR FROM CITY ON
Jeraoy Central, near station, extra large Rooms, with
substantial Board and pleasant surroundings, at moderate
prices. K. II. LADD, Westfleld, N. .1.
A FEW MORE BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMOA
dated at a farm house, near Ramsey's Station, on Erie
road ; location high and healthy. For particulars call on the
proprietor, at 4*4 Sixth avenue, to-morrow.
Board among the catskills, at a pleasuntly
located farm house: shade trees; airy rooms;
fishing, bathing, Are For particulars apply to W. H. LEE,
ll>5? Fulton street, New York, or C. E. \\ lilTK, Acra, Greene
county, K. Y.
Board at plkasantville. n. v.. on the uarlem
road, one hour from Grand Central depot.?Good table,
pleasant and large Rooms; very pleasantly situated;
terms very moderate. Reference at 424 West Thirty-third
street, or C. C. DOMINICK, Pleasantville.
f 10UNTRY BOARD-ONE MILE FROM CATS KILL
village ; situated on high ground ; fine views: good boat
lug una tishtng near by; board $iu per week, Auuress
I DAVID BLOOM, Catskfll.
/COUNTRY BOARD OAK BB BAD AT A DELIGHTFUL
\J house among the Cat ski lis; within ten minutes of depot;
plenty of milk, eggs, fresh vegetables of every description,
Fresh meat, ice and everything for the comfort of hoarders;
the house and rooms are large and cool; plenty of shade,
piano and croquet; mails daily and telegraph station near;
three trains each way daily; terms reasonable. For further
particulars inquire of former guests, Henry Geckler, 4* Broadway.
Brooklyn, or <1. E. Home, 167 Broadway, New York.
rAOUNTRY BOARD FOR WIDOW LADY AND CHILD
\ J (two years) on a farm near water, within SI) miles of
city; plain table; kiud home people; lawn and shade;
weekly; will stay late. Address MOTHER, boa 210 Herald
other.
/ *01 K i BY BO 1RD NE IB NEW YORK?BATHING AND
\J fishing; H cents; 2*1 minutes fn?m Liberty street, via
Central Railroad New Jersey. Terms moderate. Apply
room H, 71 Liberty street.
/1ATSKILL MOUNTAINS.?SEVERAL MORE BOARD
yj ets can he aeeoiuinodated at ray farm liouse in the
Mountains; location unequalled for health and scenery;
only three miles from Mountain House and IV,' from High
Peak; table bountiful; plenty of milk, eggs, meats fowl,
vegetables Ac.; terms, per week. Address Mrs. MARTH A
BLOOIXJOOD, t'nion Society, Greene county, N. Y.
/ 1 ATS KILL MOUNTAINS.?EXCELLENT BOARD AT
\ White Sulphur Soring House, Cairo, Greene county,
1,300 feet elevation; health and comfort; very moderate
terms for September and October. Apply to W. N. LENNON,
a - above, or to Mr. LEO GOLDMAKK, Tribune Building,
room 41.
J /1 ATS KILL MOl'NTAINS. ?BOARD AT GLEN COTi
'y tage, near the Mountain House and Falls; terms modcrate.
Address O. GLENN'ON, CatskUl, N. Y., or D. F.
CURLKY, 12 Centre street. *
/ 1 RYDER MANSION. WHITESTONE. L. I., OPPOSITE
| \J Fort Schuyler.?Elegant rooms, handsome grounds,
I reaching to beach ; bathing. Particulars of S. A. POTTER,
Esq., No. 56 John street. Boats from James slip and Thirtrj
fourth stroot, connecting with cars at Hunter's Point liuif|
hourly.
!C1EN THE MORICHES, L. I., ON THE GREAT SOUTH
J Bay.?Good Board, bathing; also fishing, sailing and
gunning parties taken out antl furnished with boats and
decoys of all kinds; tortus per week. Address LEWIS G.
TliRRY. Refers to W. II. Howell. 155 Rroiulwnv room 7.
17 LKOANT FAMILY HOTEL.?PARTIES, WIIOKK
J'j business necessitates tlielr curly return from more distant
resort*. ( Hii find hero elegantly furnished Rooms; high,
healthy, well shaded grounds; lawns, groves, flowers, fruits,
hosting, bathing and fishing; nearer V\ all street in point of
time and more accessible than most of their city homes;
communication, VI trains; depot on grounds. Send for circular
to room 10, 2'?1> Broadway.
17 LIE A BETH.?A PRIVATE FAMILY (VAX ACCOMMOJ'j
date two or three adults with pleasant Itoonm and Hoard ;
I house and location very desirable, near depot. Address C.
| M., Herald office.
I TTt'DSON RIVER RAILROAD.?HOARD AT A FINK
J L mansion, 20 minutes out, 10 from depot; high ground,
I tine views, drives, lawns, shade, garden and Crutun water.
Address U., hox 4,000 Post office.
I UNO BRANCH, THREE QUARTER MILK FROM
J beach.?Large Rooms, good Hoard; $15 for two; also I
from Wednesday next. Parlor and Bedroom, same price; (
boating, fishing, crabbing. Address SMITH COTTAtJK,
Main street: village stage passes; cottage well shaded.
Particulars 500 llroadwav C LI,NEK.
0N~CKNTRAL RAfLROA67"M' MINlTTES FROM LIHertv
street.?First class parties, desiring superior accommodation*,
rsn find elegant Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
live minutes from depot; shady grounds; boating,
bathing, fishing. Address box 42 Post office, Uruvnvillc,
N. J.
Itt UTI EH DESIROrS OF OBTAININO COUNTRY
I L Hoard close beside tho water, where they ran have
line fishing, sailing and bathing, plenty of lVesli milk, egg*
mid vegetables, good rooms, piano, croi|uet grounds and good
shade, will address H. II. JONES,.Innirsport. Long Island.
REAL COUNTRY HOARD?LOCATION IIIOII AND
healthy ; 4<i minutes'travel; trains every 30 minutes:
croquet grounds, shady walks, Ac. Inquire of 8. ALLAIKK
MUKDEN, KloomBeld. N. J.
SUMMER BOARD AMONG THE CATS KILLS, ONE
mile from the village of Windham; pood rooms and
table. Kur further particulars apply to SHERMAN ML'NGEK,
Windham, Greene county, N. Y.
WANTED?A FEW MORE BOARDERS, AT A LARGE
farm house, six miles from Catakill; the house is In
cated on high ground, in full view of the Catsklll Mountains.
Terms $?> per week; children under ten half price: a reduction
will he made to parties wishing to stay through Sen.
tern her. Address JACOB FLSTER, Leeds, Ureoue count.'1
N. Y.
SUMMER RESORTS.
AT PAVILION HOTEL, NEW BRIGHTON, STATEN
Island, a few desirable Rooms for Tall season; boats
half hourly; faro 10 cents; convenient for business.
R. F. COLE, Proprietor.
A FEW BOARDERS CAN OBTAIN BOARD AT MCLean's
House, Putnam Valley Putnam county, N Y.;
location healthy, excellent Board, good accommodation,
beautiful scenery Reference, J. M. l'Tdgeon, No. 96 South
street, ofltee of Joe. 11. Roisley, New York.
JOHN W. MCLEAN, Proprietor.
Among mountains, lakes, rivers of west
cheater county Address AVERYS, Kntonah, N. Y.
I Unsurpassed lor health ; beautiful scenery ; will take you very I
I low fur A nmill September; good table, Ac.
Arcadia house, mamiasskt, l. i.-jjeliqiitfully
situated upon hong Island Sound; Board for
remainder of the season.at reduced ratei; boating, bathing I
and bailing. Address C. F H Post office, Manhassot, L. I,
"L"lAULESWOOD PARK HOTEL, PERTH AMBOY, 47
i J i minutes on the lx>ng Branch Railroad boating, bath|
li g, fishing, finest drives; romantic walks; mineral spriugs;
i all the amusement!; $10 to $12.
i Til DCCOMB HOUSE, NEW LONDON HARBOR, ON I
Xx the Hound, 4% hours from New York.? Gas, telegraph,
bathing, fishing, sailing; no mosquito*; trausieni, $d; j
weekly, $10 to $1H; circulars. Address as above. I
TpOREST HOUSE, BCDDS LAKE, N. J.-THIS KJRST
_F class Hotel Is sltnatcd on the I). L k IV R R., fifty
miles fVom New York, twenty minutes' ride In stage fVnm
Stanhope station; good boating and llshiug. One drives and
pure mountaiu air, no mosquitoes.
HENRY MALLKRT, Proprietor.
"LYOREST OKOVE HOUBB?FURNISHED, TO LEASE,
I1 very low; HKId street; sultablo Tor summer or winter;
hcautiftil place ; easy of access.
II. P. DKORAAF, Rowery National Bank.
CI RANT HOUSE, CATSKILL, N Y . H AS ACCOMM0
T datlons for a few more trm-sta, with desirable Rooms
A- J UHSkT. from intor. Uatskiii, N. k,
1 c ut ST 22, 1875?TKIPLE
NUII ItKSOKM.
Heath hoi sk.sciiooiJtrs moimun vrUMW. i
Murrb cinuiIi . K. j , M uiil?> from Near Viurk via Ror- j
rli and Kaaev ltallr??d. from foot of linn-lay Mreet?Tlx
above bouaa will renal a uimd until Octoboc I; nu nuattuitoM. ! ,
MilI NT PROSPECT HOUSE. MO.VTUI.AIR. N. J ? J
for liealthfulnex ami arenerv unaurpaaaml; roinulitir
?*lk< iud dllTtt; pinie* vlthlni to engage Board for fall
moulbt, by applyiua immediately, will be liberally dealt I 1
will. Addle* PROPRIETOR
M anor hoi sk. lakciimont. westchester
county.?Kounn for small family vacant; leruia re at" Ml
able; table tlluiirpaaaed; fine boating, bathing and ti*blng , I .
only 4b minute- by N?? lla.en Railroad.
ORIENT 1'oint HOUSE. OKIE NT POINT. LONO
I aland?Now open situated un tlx extreme end of ) ,
Kong It-land. framing l.mg l-laml Sound and Oardiner a | '
Kay ' only a moment'- walk to tlx water; splendid eoa bath- .
laic, driving and sailing, Halting unsurpassed: send lor cir- j f
cular; terms moderate M H. PARSON'S. ^
I) vmsadi:.- mol'ntain hol'sk,
opposite Spuyten itavefl, a30 feet atmve the Hudson 1 i -
<r. minute* by fclfambuut ir mi foul ut' 1] .irriauu street, ttt -4
uud C. 1' >1 , 24th ?t.. 4 :H? I' M
1*. S. HAMMOND, Euffltwoud, N. J.
MMI.lt IIOMII) M nil-: .,,1111 (}|{\MiK MOI.Nk>
t?ln Hnuae. nne hour fr<im citv. on Morris and E#?ex | A
Railroad, five miiiiilt-? Tom depot; Iuiuim* thoroughly reun* |
vulod Mini 11? w 1 v furuKhed; pure mouutuin Mir : ulcturewiue t
driven; all tiie luxuries of country lil'c: line maiding; terms
liiodcrnte. Apply to or address PROPRIETOR, Soutu
Orange, X. J.
SEVEN" SPRINGS Mol'NTAIN HOl'SE. MONROE. X. <
V.. will remniii open September mid October uud take 1
families ut reduced rales; good luu.lo and hups nightly; no
mosquitoes or ague. 'I
WEST POINT HOTEL.
f T We?t I'oint, N. Y., o
on the puruile ground. . *
ALBERT II. CKANF.Y. Proprietor.
For Othor Bourding Ailveriiseiuciiia See i
Dlreclory. '
Kl'ROPBAN RTEANSHIPS. j
CTINUtO I.INK \
J THE WHITISH AST) NORTH AMERICAN 1
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
Between Now York Mini Liverpool, culling ut Cork Harbor.
I ROM NEW YORK | PROM NEW YORK
ALGERIA .Wed Aug. 2o | Rl'SSIA Wed.. Sept. S i
SCYTHIA Wed. Sept. ll BOTHNIA. .Wed . Sept LA
Anil every following Wednesday nud Satttrduy troiu Nov "
York.
Steamers marked thus do not enrrv steerage passengers. J
KATES OP 1'ASSAfiK.
Otthin, $Stj, $100 ami $13" gold, according to necoiuiuodatiou.
,
Tickets to Paris. $ir>, gold, additional. '
Return Ticket# on favorable term#. ,
Steerage at lots rates. ,
steerage Ticket# from Liverpool uud Queenntown. and all
pari# of Europe, at lowest rates.
Through bills of lading given for Belfast, Glasgow, Havre,
Antwerp uud other port# on the Coutfueut, and for Mediter- <
ranean ports.
For freight and cabin pas.ugo apply at the Company's ,
office. No. 4 Bowling Green.
Por steerage passage at 111 Broadwav, Trinity Building.
CHARLES t; PRANCKLYN, Agent. I
ITNTTE1* STATU MAIL LI N E-STE AM TO QUEENS. ,
J TOWN AND LIVl'.Rl'OOL.
Hailing uvery Tuehday j
from pier 4*$ North River.
Wyoming. Augu?t24. 11 A. M. I Nevada .Sept. 14. 3 IV M. \
Idaho August 31, 3 1*. M. I Dakota ... .Sept. ill. 10 A. M.
Montana... .Sept. 7, in A. M. | Wisconsin. Sort. 28, 3 i\ M. 'j
Cabin. intermediate and uteerage at lowest ratal.
Prepuid ticket^ at low rates. ^ v
Passenger* booked to and from Paris. Hamburg. Norway
and Hweilen. Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England, Franco and
Germany at lowest rat en. Apply to i
WILLI \m> v <.i ION, 29 Broad* i
SPECIAL NOTICE.?THE SPLENDID MAIL STEAM
ship WYOMING, nailing for Queenstown and Liverpool
on Tuebd&y, Angina 24, will earn u limited number of second i
class pa.N*eitgurs at $43 each. The rooms contain fonr per
sons. Every requisite is provided. Superior accommodation
for steerage passengers at lowest rates. For passage apply <
to WILLIAMS A oriQN, 23 Broadway. (
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET C'&Ml'AXY'S LINE 1
for l'LYMOl TH, CHERBOURG and HAMBURG. f
GEI.LERT August 19 | KLOPSTOCK Sept. 2
CIMBRIA August 211 | PRISIA Sept. 9 (
Rates of pasHinre to Plymouth, London, Cherbourg, 11am
burg and all points in England, Scotland and Wales:? ?
Cabin, first mi loon, gold $100
Cabin, second saloou, gold <>" ]
Steerage, currency 3U
KUNHARDT A CO., C. R. RICHARD A BOAS, 1
General Agents, General Passenger Agents,
CI Broad street. New York. CI Broadw ay. New York.
Most direct vnd economical rchtte to hol t
land, Belgium, the Rhine, Switzerland, Ac., v?k H
ROTTERDAM.
Steamer ROTTERDAM Septembor 2 0
Steamer ( ALAND September IB
Steamer MAAS September 3D
Steamer SCHOLTEN October 14
The** bountiful nteamorn, carrying the United Htates mull I f
to the Netherlands arc well known for the regularity of their I
trii?n. Kates of passage low. w
FUNCll, KI)Yli X CO., L. W. MORRIS.
General Agents. 50 Kroudway. 'j
TNMAN LINE.?FIXED SOUTHERLY COURSE.
Koyal mail Ktcamern are npimintod t<? *ail as followsI
FOR gl'KKMSTOW.N AND LIVERPOOL.
CITY OF BERLIN Saturday, August 28, at 9 P. M.
CITY OF RICHMOND. ...Saturday, September 4, at 8 A M.
CITY OF BRUSSELS ...Saturday, September 11. at 2 P. M
CITY OF CHESTER. Saturduv. September IK, at 7 A. M.
CITY OF MONTREAL. Saturday. September 23 at 2 1*. M.
and each succeeding Saturday front pier 45 North River. {
KATES OF PASSAGE '
Cabin..... $B0, $sn and $100. gold
Steerage $-S, currency
limits issued at lowest rates.
For Cabin Passage and general business apply at the com- .
pany's oOcr, No. 1,? Broadway.
Fur Steerage Passage at '38 Broadway or pier 45 North
Riser.
JOIf.V U. DALE, Agent.
J|ED STAR LINE.
Appointed to carry the Belgian and United States mail. j
The following steamers are apponted to sail<
FOR ANTWERP.
From Philadelphia. From New York.
VAPKKLAND Aug. 25 I SWITZERLAND . ..Sept. 0 ) I
NEDERLAND ..Sept. IS STATE OF NEVADASept.30 ,
FROM ANTWERP.
For Philadelphia For New York.
NEDERLAND Aug. 251 STATE OF NEVADA .Sept. 0 !
VADEKLAND ...Sept. 18 | SWITZERLAND .. .Sept. 30 | *
PRICES OF PASSAGE IN CURRENCY.
First cabin $0o '
Second cabin 00
Steerage tickets to and from all points at lowest rates.
Passenger accommodations for all classes unsurpassed. ;
For passage, rates of freight anil other information apply to
GEO W. COLTON, Agent, 42 Broad Street, S. V.
JOHN* McDONALl), Passenger Agent,
No M Batters- place, N. Y.
PETER WRIGIIT A SONS, General Agent. "
307 Walnut street, Philadelphia. t
B. YONDER BECKE, ,
Ucuerul European Agent, Antwerp. j,
T \r U1TE STAR LINE, i
>V FOR 01 EENSTOWN OR LIVERPOOL,
CARRYING THE CNITED STATES MAIL.
BALTIC August 2S, at 3 P. M.
REPUBLIC Sept. 4. at 7 :30 A. M.
HltlTANMC Sept. II. at 2 P. M.
OEKMAMC Sept. IS. at 7 A. M.
ADRIATIC Sept 25. at 2 P. M. I
From the White Star Docks, pier 52 North Uiver.
Rotes?Saloon. $su ami $100 iu gold; return tickets on fav- r
urnuiu verm*. pwcrnjjr,
Saloon, stnteroonn. smoking and bathrooms arc placed ?
amidships, where the noise and motion are least, allurdlng
a degree of comfort hitherto unattalnahle at sea. 1
For Inspection of plans and other information apply at tho
company s etlice, HI Broadway, New York.
R. J. CORTtS, Agent.
vration a l line
_L\ From piers Nos. 44 and 47 North Ttleor.
f'Olt LONDON DIRECT.
DENMARK Thursday, August 20, 12 M.
for 01' men's to wn and liverpool.
HELVETIA Aug.2H, 2 P. M. I KUYPT Sent. 11. 2 P. M. <
B NO LAND. Sept. 4,7: HO A.M. I The Queen. Sept. 11.7 :W) AM '
Cabin passage. $TO ami so. currency. Steerage at greatly '
reduced price- Return tickets at reduced rates. Prepaid
steerage ticket- from I. \ eipool at tho lowest rates. Apply .
at the company's ollice, OU Broadway.
F tV. J. HURST. Manager. j ]
ONLY DIRECT LINE To FRANCE. I
THE OKNKRAL TRANSATI,ANTIC COMPANY'S i
MAIL STK A MSHI PS BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND IIAVRK. , {
The splendid VNnh on this favorite route tor the Continent
(being more southerly than any other) will sail from pier No. i "
r>< i North River as follows :? f
VILEE I>E PARIS, Lachesnes Satnrday, Sept 4 '
AMERIOl K. I'ousolr. Saturday. Sept. IS "
PKKIKKB. Danro Saturday. Oct. 2
PRICK OK PASSAGE IN GOLD (Including wine). I J
First cabin, $12(> and $110, according to ncconiniodution ; sec- "
end cabin, $72; third, $40.
Return ticket" at reduced rates. < {
Steeratre, $2(1, with inperlor accommodation, Including all 1
necessities without extra rharge. Steamers marked thus '
do not carry steerage passengers.
GEORGE M ACKENZIE. Agent, .ri.r) Broadway. J
American line. i
WEEKLY MAIL STEAMSHIP SERVICE
BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL,
CALLING AT OI KKNSTOWN. j.
Sailing every Thursday from Philadelphia, and sailing every
Wednesday from Liverpool.
The following steamers are appointed to sail from I'hlladeloii*0
Aug. 281 PENNSYLVANIA...Sept. 16 j
ILLINOIS Sept. 2 INDIANA Sept. 2d
KENIL WORTH. Sept 9 1 H'lTY of BRISTOL. .Sept. 30
PRICE OF PASSAGE IN CURRENCY.
Cabin, $108. j
Steerage and intermediate tickets to and from all points at
the lowest rates.
Steamers marked with a star do net carry intermediate.
Passenger accommodations for all classes unsurpassed ]
For passage, rates of freight and other information apply to ;
GEO. W- C0LTON, Agent, 42 Broad street, N. !
JOHN MeDONALD, Passenger Agent,
No. 8 Battery place, New York ; | t
PETER WRIGHT A SONS,
General Agents. .107 Walnut at.. Philadelphia:
RICHARDSON, SPENCE A CO., LWerpool
K. A J CUMMIN'S A BROS , Qneenitown. ]
STATU LINK.
NEW YORK TO ITLA800W, LIVERPOOL,
DUBLIN. BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY, '
sailing from pier No. 30 NurtU liiver, a* lolluwa
STATE OK INDIANA , Wednesday. August 25 1
STATE OF YIROINIA Wednesday, Sept. 1
STATE OF OKOROIA Wednesday, Sept. S ,
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Wednesday, Sept. 1!?
RTAfE OF INDIANA .Wednesday, Sept. '-'tt
and every Wednesday thereafter. First cabin, S>?0. ? and
$>?>; return tlckrts, *140. Second cabin, $.'>0; return tickets,
iuo. Steerage ?t lowe?t rates. Apply to 1
AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., Agents, ,
No. 72 Broadway, New York.
Steerage ollice, 4."> Broadway. I
(N REAT WESTERN I j
J STEAMSHIP LINE.
NEW YORK TO BRISTOL (KNOLAND) DIRECT, j
Hailing from pier IS East River we follows:?
SOMERSET Saturday, August 21 ]
AHHAOON, Syraons Saturday, Sept. 4
Cabin passage, #7'>; interiuediale, Mo; eteerage, INK', cur- '
renrv; excursion tickets, 8(120.
Apply to w p M OKU AN, Agent, 70 Soutli street.
O'DONOVAN ROSSA'S CHKAI'EST STEAMSHIP
passage office 1u New York in connection with Me hotel,
1S2 t I.allium sutiaro Stentners every day, Ireland, Rug.
land, Scotland; drafts pnyablo everywhere.
1>OIJND THE WORLD.?COOK'S FOURTH SPECIAL, i
It personally conducted party, leaves New York Soptein- i
her IB, San Francisco October I ; time, nearly seven months; |
first els- Irsvel, steamers. sleeping earn hotels Ac , *1,625,
gild. COOK. SON A JENKINS. 201 Kreadwar. * V
SHEET.
KtHOPK % l? fTl'KA W#III PH.
NFCIKTII UKKM IN LLOYD
STEAMSHIP MM'. MET WE EN SKW YOKE.
SOI TH AM PTO N A N J) HKK \l KN
Com pa ii y'a pier, foot ?f Sec??nd street, fiobokeii
tfOSKJ. Au^iui ^ M\iN .Sept 11
1><>NAI' Sept 4 KHE1N i*epi IS
fi?toa of parage from New York to Southampton, Havre or
rtreint.ii
r'irat cahiu. $100, gold; Second cabin, 981), gold; Steerage,
?#>, currency.
Return ticket* at redutcd rule-.
Prepaid steerage certificates, currency.
For freight or outage apply to
OKiilvU/Hs A y ()., No. - Bowling f? eeu
UriI.SON S LIN* FOB > >! Ill \ M " H N VNH nil.I.,
t?> he despatched from uit*r i f Km&i KlvorOLOMHO
Aug lis HINDOO Snot. 2%
fAYAKJNO Sept. 11 | OTIIKLL" <>? i J
First cabin. currency: second cabin, W>, currency.
Incursion tickets on ?erj 1* i ibfte terms fni igb I ekete
Ksued to Continental and Baltic porta. Apply for full purtic'
"*U CHARLES L. WRIGHT A CO , 56 south .tree l. 4
COASTWISE STE AMSH1PM.
|JA< IKK WAIL KTKAM.slill' I.IN1, KG'. ? ALII-OKL
uiu. J.uau nlnl t'Um.i, 11 mi inn I- .N rtl. Ki.ei
FOR ASPtNWAI.L
LCAPCLCO AiwiiiU 31 12 M.
Counsel tug for ull < ciiir.1 Kitiorio.li .116 Pm'Ifli' toot.,
IXLTHSlUN TICKETS In TI1K CHILIAN LXi'OSITHIS .
AND Ki ll U.N,
good till Murch. 1H7<>, $t."> 1, gold.
OI'TWAKD TICKETS liM.Y fib'JI, HOLD
FROM SAS 1'RANOlsCi) FOR JAPAN AN1> CHINA.
irY OF I'KKING. .... September 1
O SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT VIA STRAUS OF MAGELLAN.
'be Pacific Mall Stcamxhip Company vrtU despatch their new
and elegant "(camsliin
CITV OF SAN FRANCISCO
is ;r about Wednesday, September 1 lS7o, for above
named deatlnatton.
For freight or passage apply at pier IR North River
II J. lit I.LAY, Superintendent.
IGNITED STATES AND IIUAV.I1. WUMgHtf COMU
puny.
For St. Thomas and Bra*i!
The elegant side wheel steamship SOI TIT AMERICA,
I.KJO tons burthen, Captain K. 1. Tinklepuugh, will sail for j
it. Thomas, l'arn, Periianibtieo, Hnhitt and Rio de Janeiro,
in Monday, August -it, ut II o'clock 1' >1 , fruui pier ill North
iiver. i
For freight or passago apply to
WILLIAM B. OA RBI so.v,
No. o Rowling Ore oil.
\' KW YORK AND II.W (SV DIRECT MAIL LINE ?
These first class steamships will sail ai I! IV M from
der CI North River, foot of Cedar stcoet, for iiavaua direct,
is follows:?
"RESCKNT CITY Thursday, August ID
JOLUMIU'S Tuesday, August Ml j
For freight or passage, basing unsurpassed acoouiuiodatlulis,
apply to
\VM IV CLYDE A CO.. No. C> Ilowliug Green.
MeKeller, Luling A Co.. Agents in Havana
fiOR NA8SAC, N. P..
('an v ing the Mills.
The steamship ZODIAC will sail from pier Id East. Ri'*er,
>u Thursday, August till, at 12 M For freight or passage !
ipply to Ml Rlt.VY, FERRIS A CO., Agents, 82 South
itreet, Now York.
f\LD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
L" sailing from pier 37 North River.
For .Norfolk, Fity Point and Richmond, Tuesday* Thorn- ,
lav?s And Saturday, at 3 P. M , connecting with the Virginia
imi Teniicusee Air Lino, Atlantic (\?aat Line. Piedmont Air ,
me. t htuptiki ami QU# Railroad and with lla com*
ihiijt h steam lines to interior point* in North Carolina ami 1
'irgiuia.
Newborn and Waslilmrton, N. C. (via Norfolk , every j
hiesday, Thursday aud Saturday.
Lewew. Del., daily, except Saturday, at 4 1*. M., couuecting
intli Delaware mid Marylund railroads.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Through passage tickets and bills of lading to *11 points at
nwcst rates. insurance to Norfolk, Ac., per cetu. Freight
eceived dailv at pier 37 North River.
General ofliecs, D>7 Greenwich street. New York
N. L. Md'KIUDV, Provident
v HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAII B8 LIKfl
ls Steamers leave pier No. 3 North River at 'J 1*. M
FDR HAVANA DIRE? 1
'ITY OF MEXICO Tuesday, August 24
ITY OF VERA CRUZ Thursday. August 20 ,
.'ITY OF NEW YORK Thursday. Sept. 2
FOR VERA CHl'Z AM) NEW ORLEANS. '
iillinjt m lU>tn?, 1'ruEre- >, Campeachy, Tuapau and
Tamnico. .
:ITY OK MEXICO Tupxilay, Aiiij'ilit 24
For froixUt or |>av*au? apply to F. ALEXANDRE k !
SONS', 111 UU(133 Broadway.
Steamers will leave New brlean* Auruh 28 and .September
18 for Vera Cm* and all the other porta.
CtOB NEW OKUEASS DIRECT
L The Cromwell Line.
The Steamship
CORTES. Captain Freeman,
rill leave pier No. 9 North River, ou Saturday, Au*u?t 28,
it 3 P. M.
Through rate* (riven to Mobile. St. I.ouU, Vickaburg and j
ither point*, t'ahin passage, $5i>: steerage
For freight, at lowe*t rate*, or paaaage apply to
t LARK k SEAMAN. 80 Woat street.
rEXAS LINE OP (LU.VKSTON STEAMERS, TOUCH I
ing at Kev West, carrying the United States mail ?
iteamvr STATE OF TEXAS, Captain , will leave
der 2U. Ka>t River, on Saturday. August 2*. at 3 1'. M.
'hrough bills of lading given to all point* on the II. and
P. G. and O. N., (1. II. and II. and G. 11. ami S A railoads.
Freight ami insurance at lowest rates. No charge for
orwardiug in New York. For freight or passage, having |
uperior accommodations, apply to
C 11. MAEEOKY A CO., 133 Mai don lane.
W. p. CLYDE k CO , iIts Wallitrtei.
IJTOBGAK'S FINE OF BTBJlMSBITO
New Orleans and Texas, via Rra*hear Citv.
"ifhe following A1 iron steamships will form this liue
BRASH EAR,
W. (J 1IKWEH,
HUTCHINSON,
. now building.
one of which will sail every Saturday for Brashear City,
transferring freight nt that place to Morgan's Railroad for
New Orleans and points beyond and to Morgan's lino of
tliMM ??? all the Texas ports.
The Steamer BKAMIEAK will nail from pier SB. North
River, on Saturday, 2Sth of August, at 3 I*. >E, for Bra.diear
City direct.
Til rough bills lading signed to Mobile, Galveston and to ,
nil points on the Galveston, Uarrisburg and San Antonio. 1
Houston and Texas Central. International and Great Northern.
Texas and Pacific, and TraftM 'outiiiental railroads, and
to Indiatiola undf San Antonio, and all points on the Gulf,
IVestern, Texas and Pacific Railway. Bnuos Santiago, (Jorius
Christ!, Rock port. St. Mary s and Fulton.
Freight for St. Mary's and Fulton, landed at Reckport. j
1 Jirhtoracre and Channel dues at cither 4'ormis Phristi or
Irani.- Santiago at the expense Hint risk of consignee.
Krriftrt ftor viueRitUte, litraenn ad poiuu in the iueiior
must have consignee at Hrur.os Santiago.
Insurance and freight at lowest rates. For freight or
urthcr information apply to
ClfAUisES A. WHITNEY A CO., Agents,
I'ier llti North River.
Tit \ VBLLER8* (U lUE.
Albany and iboy bt daylight.?day boats
C. VIBBAKD and DANIEL DREW leave Vestry
treet, pier 39, North River, daily (Sundays excepted!, ut I
1:35, and Twenty-fourth street at ? A. M., landing at West
Jolnt, Cornwall,'"New burg, Poughkeepslo, Kliinoheck, <atati
11 and Hudson. Tickets uti sale for points North and West.
Mp tickets to West I'oint, Cornwall ami Newhurg, return
ng same day, $1. Special trains to and from Saratoga. To
iaratoga, t-i 20; round trip, j>5 40.
I - A. A. A :
* NORTH SHORE STATEN ISLAND FERItY.
or New Brighton, Snug llarbor. West Brightou, l'ort Rich- i
nond and Elm Park. Boats leave Whitehall street at foot
if Broadway, daily, at 0:30, 7 :30, 9:3U, 0 .30, 10 :45, A. M.,
.2:45, 2.:30, 3:30, 4:30, 5 :30, 0 :M > and 7 dW P. M. 1
Sundaya, at half-past every hour from 8 :30 A. M.
Fare, 10 cents.
Aster House car- '.cave Ye-ey .Street for r wry.
t -SAlt.VTOOA.?DIRECT UOt'TE VI v CITIZENS'
lY. Line. Elegant steamboat* leaving Now York daily
Saturdays excepted) at W 1*. M., from pier 40 North ltirer. I
hot of Leroy street. Excursion tickets, New York to Sara
oga and return, good thirty days, only $4.
4 LBANY ANI) TROY.?S1NDAY EVENING BOAT. !
i V connecting with morning train* for the North and West \
flic lust, elegant steamer THOMAS ThWIiiiL leaven pier ,
U? North River. foot of Lorov street, hi t? j'. M. Through i
lekets t*old and baggage cheeked to destination. t
HITIZKNS' LINK OF STKAMBOATS FOR TROY H)Ni,J
licetlng with nil railwny lines Nortli and West.? hleaant
teaniboatH leave daily, Saturdays excepted, at rt P. M.. from *
>ier 49 North River, foot of lioroy street. Through tickets '
old over all connecting lines. (
MALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON.
C via Newport and Fall River?The world renowned
tonmers BRIsTOI. and PROVIDENCE leave pier iW North
liver, foot of Murray street, dally, Sunday*, Juno 27 to
tugust 21). 5 I". M Through ticket* sold at all principal
mtels in the city. Hall's Band engaged lor the .eaaun.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
The (Ireat Trunk line and United States Mall route
Trains leave New York, from foot of Desbr,and C'ortsuitt
streets, hs follows:?
txuress for llarrisburg. Pittsburg, the West and South, with
Pullman palace ears attached, 0 .30 A. M., 3 and 8 ;30 F, M.
Sunday, o and 8:30 P. M.
'or Wllllamsport and Look Haven (via Philadelphia and
Erie Railroad Division, connecting at Philadelphia), 9:30
A M. For Williamsport, Lock Haven, Carry and Frio,
8 30 P. M , connecting at Corry for Titusville, Petroleum
Centre and the Oil Regions.
'or Hnltltuore, Washington and the Ronth, "Limited Wash
ington Express" of Pullman parlor cars dally except Snn
day, l):*> A.. M ; arrive at Washington 4:lo P. M. Kegu
lar at 8:4t> A, M., ,'t and 9 P. M Sunday i? P M
Sxpresi for Philadelphia, 7, 7 30, 8:40, 0:30 A M.; 12 :30, 3, |
4, 4 :IU, 4 :5<> .">, 7, it P. M. and 12 night. Sunday,
8 A M , 4 .-S) 5, 8, 7, 8;30 ana OP. M. Emigrant and
second class. 7 P. M.
for Newark at 6, 8:30, 7,7:40, 8,9, 10, 11 A, M ; 12 M., 1,2
2 :30, 3:10, 3:40, 4, 4 :10 4 :30, ft, 5 :20,5:40, 8, it 10, 0 80,
7. 7:30, 8:10, 10, 11 ;3<) P. M. and 12 night. Sunday, 8 A.
M., ft 110, o, 6:30, 7 and 8:10 P. M
-'or Elisabeth, II, 0:30. 7, 7 :*), 8, 9, 10, 11 A. M 12 M., I, 2,
2:30,3:10.3:40,4, 4:10,4:30, 4:30, ?:?>, 5:40, ?, 0:10,
?:30, 7, 7 :!??. 8 10, 10, 11 :?1 P. M and 12 night. Sunday,
H A M .5:20,8,0:30.7 and 8:10 P. M.
ror Railway, 6, 6:30, 7, 7:40, 8, 10, II A M, 12 M , 1,2, I
2:30, 3 :10, 3:40, 4 , 4:10, 4 :30, 4 :5<>, 5 :20, 5:40, 0, 6 :10,
8:30, 7, H; 10, 1(1 P. M. and 12 night. Suuday, 8 A. M,, ,
5 2<>,6 8:3() and 7 P. M.
Fur W.mdhrldge, Perth An-.bov and South Ambey, 8 and 10
A M., 2:30, 4:50 and 8 P M.
For New Krunswick, 7 and 8 A M., 12 M . 2, 3:10, 4:10 .
5 30, 8:10, 7 P. M. and 12 night, Sunday, 8 A M? 0 and
7 P. M.
for Hast Millstone, 12 noon, 3, and 5 20 P. M
for King* tone and Rocky 11111, 8 -to A. M and 4:10 P. M :
for Princeton, 7, 8:10 A M. 12:30, 2, 4:10 and 7 P. M.
for Lanihertville, H .'10, A M., 2, 4:10 and."' I'. M.
ror riomingion, rnniitiaunrK ami ?
nnd 2 P. M
K<?r Mnrrer nnd Somorvft Branch, ft I* M
For Trenton, Rnrdentown, Burlington And Camden, 7 :30 And '
tkBo A M ., I-J :ftO, 2. 4, ft And 7 I' M.
K..r Freehold, 7 :ftD A M 2, M. And I ID I* M
Fur Farnifnjfdnle And S<|ttan, 7:fto A M. And 2 I*. \f, ,
For KArmlnifdAlo, on Saturday* only, 7 I', M
For lllahlatown, Pambarton And Camden, tIa forth Ant boy, 1
'J din TV M., and ?i? Monmottth Junction, 4 10 f. M
for Hlrhtatown nnd Pemberton.fl A.M., via forth Araboy, i
nnd f m A. M via Monmonth .lunctlon.
I'm in n arrlvo an follow* Front Pittsburg, II *m and lOdtO V I
M aiidDJUP M dally: ID Ift A M. aiid?l:ftO P. M dally,
except Monday. From VViiahlnaton and llnlilmoro, 0 :'dn A
M.; 4:1ft, 6:1ft nnd ID VI7 P. M. Sunday, (1:20 A. M From
I'hlladolpbla. ft ID, II:JU ,(l:ftft. ID I ft, II "JO, II:ft4A. M.j
SI :1ft, 4 :! , ft :1ft, 0:10, S :.oO 8 ;44, 9:20, 10117 P. M Sunday.
ft ID. ti JO, :.V>, 10:1ft, II -M A. M . 8 :ftO 0 Jo. 10:117
nnd 11 :1ft P. M.
Ticket Oflleua, ft'26 and !H4 llrnndway, No I Antor Honaa
?nd loot of' Deabroaaea and Cortlaudl street*; No 4 Court
ttraat, Brooklyn. No?. 114, 1 III anil IIS llmiaon ?Uect llo
token tonigrant Ticket Otliue, No. 8 Battery place
I BANK THOMPSON, I) M. IIOTt), Jr.,
Ueaeral kUtiAgot. Geo. Peeeengar Agent.
11
TRAVRLI.KRN GflDE.
/1ATSK1LL BOATS T P TUB CREEK. PASSAGE 'fj
\ J oet.w; NEW CHAMPION and WALTER BRETT dad/,
U I', y . from Canal ?treet, only hue eonnectiac wilt
Church 111? stages for Cairo, Durham, Wiuduein au<l af
points Wall.
NrEWBUti., CORNWALL, WENT POINT, COZZEMtT
Holt ! dork (ona Island, daily Sunday* excepted* by
olcuiuheat ARMENIA. from Brooklyn. Fulton street, uit (5
A M : Vestry at.ret. Now York, J :10; Twenty-fourth street,
B to, 1,in.ling at Mituliattautrilla, 9;?5; Youkera, IU.J5;
It.il,hi Ferrv, II: Nrack and Tarry town (bv lerryhuati.
11 ?>, and .-una Sing during lira camp meeting. trim Anon,1
17 to 2H, Inclusive, returning each afternoon at 1 :'M Keturuiu*
from New-burg at ..f I P. M , reaching Now York at
; Ml and Brooklyn 7 PM.
r *A i.sT POINT MAVBcito, rouGHmw^ ,
I Kondoiit, Kingston, Coiuoti*', Cornwall. Milton, Now
liaui'mrg and Marlboro by terry The MARY POWELL
leave* plot :ti? N It . dally, at .i ::#> P M. (Sunday* excepted!.
Philadelphia via long branch and tub
NEW JERSEY SOl'THKRN RAILROAD
Fare front Now York to Philadelphia only 'Ji.
Commencing J una 2H, ik7A,
lea-o Now Y irk uior 8 North Utvar, fool Roe tor street.
Fur Philadelphia?9:45 A. M and :t :t" 1* M
For lenttt Branch?7, 11 45 A M ; I, t mi and I 4f> P M.
Fr uit fnot -.?4tli -reel, North Rive 1'J Ml and :t P M.
Sun lav,, from 24th street pier J A M. . pier K, at *> A. IL
Palace car* through to Philadelphia on :t Ml I' ,V| line
MM. S. 8.SKDKS, General Manager
I>ROVIDENCE AND STONINGTON STEAMSHIP CO.
NEW YtiRK AND Mi (STUN
STOM NC.Ti )N LINE.
From pier MM North River, fool of J ay street, the elegant
ate outer- RHODE ISLAND and NARKAU ANSETT Jail/
.except Sundays, at i 1' M.
PROVIDENCE LINK
From pier 27 North River, foot of Robinson street, tlia
steamships KLKCTRA and GALATEA daily .except sua.
duy*' al J r M.
CJUNDAY BOAT TO ALBANY AND I'ROY. NEWBURO
10 5i>eenta; Poughkeepsio. Rhinebeck, " it"kill. Athens in<l
Albany. 4>J . return tlcsct-. jpI 30. SrilL YLKK, foot of
Franklin street ** A. M , Twenty-fourth street. 4:15.
mxci MIO90.
\?DAILY EXCURSION TO Ro<KAWA\ KfiAi if.
The steamers AMEKIOl'S, NEVER8INK and GEN.
SKDGWJOK will mako excursion? to Kockaway Beach
Jaily v:sunUay# included), leaving a* follow* ?
AMEKIU.UH.
24th st ., N R.. 8:30 A M. and 1 15 P M
West lOth *f N it . 8:45 A M and 1 r25 P M.
Barclay at.. N. It.. 0 A M. and 1 :40 P. M
Fulton forn, Brooklyn. 9 .4" A. M and 2 IV M.
Cometno'a Twenty-tliinl Regiment Hand always on board
the Amerletti.
NKVKKSINk.
Ninth st . F, R . ft A M and 12:45 P. M
Noutl? Sixth it., Williamsburg, 8 15 A. M aud 1 P. M,
Grand st., E. It., 8:30 A M and 1 :15 I* M.
Pier 27. K. It . 8:15 \ M. mid 1 :1I0 P M
Fulton ferrv BrooRLn. A. M and i 4? IV M.
ok.N. SEDGWICK.
Barclay ?treet, N It., 8:45 \ M md 1 ;I5 P M
Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, 9:15 A. M. And 1 :80 P. M
Reitirniug howls leave Rock away at lo . I *, 11 ami 11 :15
A M I 43, o and 5 13 IV M
Fare '13c. Excursion tickets 50c.
Return ticket* good on either boat.
^ ?EXTRA TRIPS FOR ROC KA WAY.
The mammoth pleasure steamer WILLIAM f'OOIC and
die favorite Hteamer NELLY WIIITK will he run to Rock*
?w?y on Sunday. August 22. to accommodate the extra
travel, leaving as full own :?
WILLIAM TOOK.
Tweuty-fourth street, North River, 8:45 A M and 1 45
IV M.
West Tenth street. North River, 9AM and 2 P M.
Barclay street. North River. 9 15 A. >1 and 2:15 P M.
Brooklyn?l'ulton Ferrv. 9:30 V. M and 2 .30 P M.
NELLY WHITE
Twenty-fourth street, North River, 12:30 P. M.
West Touth street. North River, 12 4<J P M.
Bund ay street. North River. 1 P M
Fulton ferry, Brooklyn. 1 :30 P M,
Fare, 35r. Excursion Ticket*. sH\
Return tickets of America* and Nevereiok ire good ?i
Nelly White and William Cook.
4 GRAND MOONLIGHT EXCUR8I0X -THE FINH
11 steamer AUROVVSM 1T1I will go on a grand moonlight
pxcursion on Monday evening, August 23, reaving Twentyfourth
street. N 11., at 8:30 o'clock; Weat Tenth street, N.
K it x 43; Franklin street, N R . at 9. and pier I'! N R. at
i* 13. Th? vessel, ol which Captain Anderson is commander,
will .t??p on the way at Honey Island, admitting of a beautiful
view of the ocean by moonlight. The main deck will it?
cleared lor dancing, and refreshments of ali kinds will bo
furnished on board. Tickets for the excursion <$1 > can h?
had at Norton A Murray's pavilion or on board the Arrow
mith or Monitor.
4 ?SI XDAY EXCURSIONS TO HARLEM, MORRI8AJ\
nia, Christ's Park. Karl's Park und High Bridge, landing
ut Grand st.. 9th St., Astoria and 119th st. each way. The
palace steamboats MOKIUSAM A. HARLEM and >MAL)Y
SIDE will leave every Sunday?Fulton Market Ibtck at
9 43. 10 30 and II 13 A M 12 >1 1.1 43, 2:30, 3 13,
4. 4 .30. 5 .30, 0.30 and 7 P. M. Morriaania?8:15, 9, 9:45,
1<L45 and 11 k) A. M. ; 12 15, 1. 2. 2:45, 3 A<>. 4 ,'iO,
3 .45, 0 ;3() and 7 :30 P. M. N. B.?The 0 and 7 o'clock trips
down land at 23d at. High Bridge boats connect with every
tnj* Fare, 13 ceiita. C II LONG8TRKKT, 8apL
4 ?EAST RIVER JlOAT?DAILY EXCURSIONS TO
Coney Island. fi>o favorite steamer MONITOR will
leave as follows?Eighth street. East River, at 0 A.M., 13
and 3 P. M. . pier 27 East River at 9:10 A M . 12 10 and
3 :Io IV M , and Fultou l'errv, Brooklyu, it 9:30 A. M., 12 .30
and 3 ;3Q IV M.
4 -daily sxc I R&IONfl ro CONEY IflLAN$.-TRI
ill favorite steamer ARROW SMITH will leave as follows;?Tweuty
fourth street. N. R.. at 9 A. M.t 12 M and "t
P. M ; M est Tenth street. V R . at 9:10 A M., 12 :10 aud
3 :10 P. M. ; Franklin street, N. K., at 9:20 A. M . 12 .20 and
3 20 P. M. , pier 13 N. R., at 9 .39 A. M., 12 30 aud 3 30
IV M. '
4 ?REGULAR SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR KI'.Yt?orL.
? The favorite steamboat OLYP1I ANT. ? antain
William Hawxhurst. leave* fo >' el' Barclay street, North
River, 9 15 A M . landing at Kl'nbethpnrt, Union, llosoville
and I'ertli Amtmy ; leaving Kcyport -1 I' M.
A ?FOR EXCURSIONS, SALOON STEAMER WVOM
iV. ilia Willi lie* boiler) and ether*; barge* Republio,
Chicago, J. ]{ Baldwin. Caledonia, and Anna, Oriental, Exoelaior,
Kagleswoed, Cold Spring and Iona IslAnd Groves to
let. OtHce :(X4 West street, opposite Christopher street Ferry,
open evenings. II. B. CRUSSET.
A -81*0 SING CAMP MKKTIX'I, SUNDAY, AUGUST
. 22, HT'i.?For the accommodation of the eitiseus of
Brooklyn and New Verk wishing to visit the (.'snip Grounds,
the inagniticent steamer LONG BRANCH, C'apiaiii John
Lynch, will make a special lauding at Sing Sing on iter regular
trip re and from New burg, on Sunday. August 22, IH7~>.
Leaves Fulton Ferry, Brooklyn, at s v >1., West Tenth
street, Vorth River, X :30 A. Si., and Twenty-third street.
North River, at 9 A M.
A?RE'It LA R SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR NKW.
Inirg, landing at Y.inkers, Ipua Island, West Point
Cold Spring and Cornwall The favorite steamer UlN'i
BRANCH 'formerly the Sleepy Hollow', Captain John
Lynch, leaves Fulton Kerry, Brooklyn. at X A >1.; M'est
Tenth street, North River at x kl and Twenty third street.
North River, at t) X M. I are for the excursion, $1.
i ?SUNDAY EXCURSIONS TO HARLEM AND ANTO
A. ria, landing at Broome street, Eleventh street, Astoria,
12'ltli street and KahciiHtein's I'ark each way?The steamers
SYLVAN DELL, SYLVAN viLKN aud SYLVAN STREAM
will eominence the following trips on Sunday, June til),
1875;?
Boats leave Harlem at 8:30, 9.15, 10, 11, 11:45 A. M. i
la 30, I ;??, 2 13, 3. 3:45, 4:45, 3 At, 0:13, 6:45, 7:301' M.
Boat* leave Peck slip at Hi, 10.45, 11 30 A. M.; 12 Ik), L .15,
J, -J .45. 3 30, 4 15.4 45. 5 45, 0:15, 7 :15, 7:45, 8 -.13 P. M
* ?FISHIXfJ HANKS, REGULAR EVERT DAY
it. (Saturday* excepted), sea steamer SETH LOW, leavng
Harrison street, X. U , 0:30; Eighth street, E. R , 7;
yier 37 E. 11., 7 15; Tenth street, X, it.. 7 :4U; pier t) N. R.,8
A M Tickets, $1. AL. U. FOSTER. Manager.
Cholera Hanks Friday, Augnst 27 See papers.
CAMl* MEETING AT 8I.NG SING SEE STEAMBOAT
ARMKNIA advertisement.
IdXCUUSlOX TO THE 1*EACH ORCHARDS
JJi of Delaware.
Fare, round trip, $5.
A rare opportunity Is now offered by the raagniffeent new
Iron steamstilps (4Hi IKOE W ELDER, 1,503 to'lis, I lap I sin
Reed; RICHMOND, 1,Ids ten'. Captain Kelly, from pier 37,
Sm ih Hirer daily <except Saturday but, including Son day),
at 4 P. M ; passing Long liraucb by daylight and reaching
Lewes 'Delaware Breakwater' next morning,? o'clock, and
remaining until 4 P. M., passing Cape May before dark and
reaching New York 4 o'clock following morning, (living a
lay at Lewes, where tine sea Halting and bathing may be bad,
>r a trip forty miles into the interior on same ticket among
the peach graves. Passenger* may remain over. Tieketa
good far ten days tWim their date Sold at pier or office of
the OLD DOMIN ION STEAMSHIP COM l'AN Y, 197 Green
wirb street.
TAXUUUSION TRAIN FOR GARDEN CITY, L. I ?
H, SPECIAL SUNDAY TR AIN, via FLUSHING. NORTH
SIDE AND CENTRAL RAILROAD, TO GARDEN CITY,
l?h.v> h.n Hunter s mint at i.> r. *., arriving at Harden
'ity 12 J). RKTl'RNIN'l. leaves Garden City at 3:tr>. arj
ivitig at Hunter's l'oint ut 8 NO.
J. D itARTON, Supertntendwnt
xci rsion ro sara rod a.
See day l.INK advertisement.
l^XCCRXIOSS BY STEAMBOAT ARMENIA DAILY
Jj (Sundav? excepted) lroiu .NEW YOKE AND BROOKLYN
tin nigh tile ll lolll.ANDS and NBWBUKG BAY to
NKNVBlRli, with opportunity ol spending three hours at
the unrivalled picnic ground* of loNA ISLAND, or tw?
hours at t oy./.ENS HOTEL OR WEST POINT. Sea ad
vert Dement in another column.
Exclusions -iiarlem to "nmVrl'Ro. west
l'oint and Iona Island, via 1i.Nth street railway and
steamboat Armenia, dally, except Sundays. Leave Man.
hattanville at l? jo, returning at it P. M. ________
FOIt'f LEE. I'LKAStNT VALLEY AND SHADY HIDS
boats leave Canal street every Sunday at I), 10 and 11
A M., 1, 2, II and 5 : *) P M . and daily at 10 A. M., 2, 3:1.1
and 7 IN P. M . Ismllng (hilly and Sunday) at Twenty-fourth
und ThiHy fourth streets 10 minutes later. Pare 13c.
/ * Ft AND IXCt'RflON TO HIOflLAKM AND RRD
Ijr Hank. N .1 ?The strong and eommodlnits steamboat
SKA BIRD leaves pipr .15. foot franklin street, North River,
Snndsy morning, .'id lust., at 8, returning, leaves lted llsnk
at 1 HOP M
TJARLBM, MOKUISANIA AND HIGH BRIDGE.
Jl The palace steamboats IIARLKM, MOKRISANIA and
811ADYSIDE leave Fulton Market slip at 6 :.N0. 7:13, 8 :15,
8:4:., 8:45, 10 13. II 303 A M ; 12 M , I IN, 2:13, 8:13, ?,
4 25 5:10, 6, tl :10 and 7 ;)*> P. M . landing at Grand street,
Ninth street. Twenty-third atreat nod Astoria. See time
Sundaya? Boata leave every 4.1 minntea.
UKGILAK HUNDAY BOAT FOR KLIXABKTHPORT ?
Saloon ateamer M iitniw leave* Veaey atreet, I'ier H,
North Itlvrr, ?t ? and 12 A V.. 4 Ik I I". M . leave* Eliaa
betiiport at 7, 10:30 A. M , 'J and 8 P M
REGULAR SUNDAY BOAT ?TUB SALOON STEAMER
AHTIZAN will leave the following landings for tho Fiahlug
Ranks on Sunday, Anguat 22 ?Foot Eighth street, Kant
Hirer, 7AM; South Sixth street, Williamsburg 7:1f>: pier
27 East River, 7 A-'i; West Tenth street, North River, s .HO;
pier N, Nortli ltiver, 9 A. M. A hand will aoconipany the
boat. Lines, Halt and ataterooiaa to he had on board. Fare?
Geullemen, $1 ; ladiea, frOo.
gUNlMY BOAT FOR NEWARK.
The Steamboat THUS. P WAY
will leave Commercial dock, Newark, at S A M and 2 P M ,
and Barclay atreet North River, New York, at 10 30 A. M ,
topping at Bergen Point each way, and alao leave Barclay
itreet. North River, for Sea Cliff, at 4 90 P. M . stopping at
Grand atroet East ltiver Tlie MAGENTA will stop at Bef
I'imhI, ?n lier roturn trutu IWkaway, foi pMnPinrara t?
UTEAMBOATS FOB H ahfnstiKN'M PAM-MOVMr,
0 Autnut 23, IH7-Y boat* lam e Fulton Market lllp. landln*
Ht Craud ?trpi>t i?hi| Ninth utroot, ?a follow* ?111 15,
II 15, IX I :15, 2 I.I, H I'., 4 z., 5:1ft mid 0:10; returning,
lltst lx)?l lpitv?a the I'nrk Ht O I* M
0. H. LONUHTRRRT, "nparlntawdaiit. ^
rro CHARTER?THE HTRAMHOAT FORT LRU FOR
1 excuraluna, plenio n?rti?? nod Sand*} aubaola. Appk*
M No. 47 Fallon nmti In the niternoou.

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