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   New York Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1869, New York, New York                               HE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 12018. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1869. PRICE) FOUR CENTS. 8ICB; WILL BEE TiOU_ OK ceuntry; go on train- VAN, SHAM, THE QUARTET MEET? QUIXOTE. Herald oace. N.-MEEt HE AT'THE SAME" PLACE, OK SATUK "lay, 17, 2 T. M. Wait (or me.________HARRV. MB ALL ABOUT IT. JIKIKB. IflOR POOR WIDOW WILL GITS HER 'JP bine eved Soy ten months old, to some kind Christian Jimtly who wm adODt him. Inquire i'or Mrs. HcLane, Eighth avenue. ____________________________ 1SFOP.MATION WANTED-OP MARY COHEN, PROM 1 Griwfy, Ireland, about 17 years ago. Any in'ormatlon will tje tiranKi'uUy received by her elBtcr, Margaret t-oben. Address Mrs.Margarct flealy, corner of Second and Brevoort TP GEORGE BRIGGS OR GEORGE GORDON, OF MAN- JL England, will call on T. F. Ovcrlon, 763 Eighth avecue, he will learn something to bis advantage. MAUD MIJLLER-IF YOU HAVE CEASED TO CARE forme, at least meet Tie ones more this friday after- noon, eame place and time as lasi appointment. Telegraph hotel. JUDGE. SECURELY. SECLUDED.-KOTF, RECEIVED. WILL you .L MR. "SfX. ALUSOK SEND HIS ADDRESS TO Messrs. Kin, Stevens A Cave, solicitors, Gray'rt Inn, Ixjtidon, or to Messrs. Henry Or Uerdova K Co., New street, Mew York, and also sign a" surrender of bis trust re IA, de- ceased A A. A.-aOLDEN WERE PKLIGHTED at the im-I to know the cause. One bot- tle: of" WIN ALiiliK'I'd Auricoinus save beauiii'ul tint to my ii j-ir. WHO AttS INSURED IN" GOOD life icsurancR and who do not desire to E'lrreotler tlieir pohcius fcy au absolute'Hale, cao borrow tlie BUS reader value of ite-.r uolicles applying at Insurance Agency, 71 Uioadway. ruoru 23. AT YOUR BUSINESS TILL 6 o'clock, and at "naif-past 6 be at ymir dinner at St. James Hotel, Marion est N. J.; first class u.ble; elegantly furnished rooms, en suite or stnply; all tin- A LOTION FOR THE COMPLEXION PRE- Kiinburn, freckles and yimpies. For sale by -Ur. ZACUAKIE, 'till Broadway, and ah druggists. Kifasouri and Kcutuckv State Lotteries. CLAM; JUA-Y 46, 38, 26, 69, 19, 5S, 48, 12, 8, 3, 66. -lOO, -JULY 73, .30, IU, 76, 15, 29, '.0. 3.', 58, 50, 13. CLASH JULY IP, 1S69. 33, 38, 61. 42, 1, 13. 55, 34, 25, 22, IS, 10. -IU1.Y 15, 1869 13, 75, 2, Si, 85, US, 51, 64, 56, 27. 49. Information furnished in tbe alove iintl also Ktiyal Havana loUenea. J. CLUTK, Brolwr, No. Broadway and 15.J Fulton street. i LOTTERY LOCATION .0. of Mclntire's office see advertisement on eighth page. BLACK BIRD.-WHY HATE YOU NOT ANSWERED our communication in tbe specials of July 9? EXCISE UNDERSIGNED WILL APPLY to the Metropolitan Ko.trd ol' Kxcisc, oil the lytlt dfiy of for a iTnenfle to Jile unil beer oniy, at 744 avenue, New York city. "B. HENRY AU3DEKOK, R OOFEF.S, ATTENTION, HOTIEC Owners and Builders, j5'tention. and buy our imported Roofing Felt. You apply K yourselves to your buil'JiagH, You cau use it in pljtce ol'tin. duniiilc and ctrtsap.' Don't use other material until you have seen this artit-lc. E. H. 72 Maiden hiac and No- 7 BtrccL YARIOIC WfesSilAKING IN ALL ITS 8 w inijurnmK and wnrk.; ati OKtab' lislimcnt is now open at toe above number, where huiies have their wrrt done iu the iixist approved atylL-H ulno all kinds ot lincu work doiit; either by hand or A PRETTY, WELL BUILT CAT BOAT FOR Inquireoi'JOUN In lumber yard, Or uildn-RH KUdAU HUNT, i'liig Sing. F :UR CELEBRATED SCHOONER YACHT Henrietta, 210 tonnbrden, old measurement, winner of the great ocean yacht rn.cc to Cowcs, Englaod, in 1S5S, (in which made the eitraoruinary run 280 miles in 24 and Bcvcr.il other ocean races. The Henrietta has beeu on a cruiee- iothoWcHL Indies, but lias returned to New York. While on her voyage from Key Test to Charleston she made a nm of 250 inilen during weather, showing that fifae has lost none of her Bnred. The Henrietta has a commo- dious su-laoia, handsomely fitlid up, with a large on the starboard side, three other sta erooms and uvostatc- roomu forward, for oillcera. 'Vhe cabin furniture, kitchen utensils, are in complete order, and the vessel will bo put Sn readiness to go to eca immediately. The Henrietta will compare favorably, for speed and seagoing qualities, with any yacht in this country or England. For particulars nddrcHK J. ANDERSON Herald office. New York. FOil ll'MIIRKAY, AKOUT 8EVEN- tons; price hiiititru of P. C. iiAHTOUoH CO., t'uDl W'lut Tweiity-Hnvrsith street. FOR SALE-A STEAMBOAT FOR PASSENGERS AND Ireijrht; .'t foot draft. -2t) inch cylinders; very fast; ready for use, VV1H hnaulii vftry cliuup On applicatiun to f. PLVMKK; 56 South street. STEAM YACHT FOft FINE MODELLED steam yacht, 55 feet lony, itwi lit inch scpm-re -cylinder, wul! found und in complete runntapj order, fur sale clu'-iip, Klvu very ccutmmicnl iu the item of fuel. Addresa Bolphin, New York llcriud olUce. A SECOND HAND RIX-OAP.ED IN (jood coQdittou. Keijly, ytmiug parllculurM .-1.3 to lenytii, when built, hy xvboiu, to S. J. AINSVVOld'H, Albany, N. V. in T9 TO PRINTERS AND A largo Fiy Wheel, with fricticn rollers, suitable to drive a large Hue cylinder. Address, with price, Ac., JAMES SjS'UD- DEN, 201 Centre street..__________________________________ COPY OF "A UDUKOH'S LARGE Bize; original tmbseriptlon price Address, stat- ing iirici: tind Uill particulars, 0. li. bus i'ost ollice. SECOND HAND OUT-f'OOR PODN tiiin. Aiiv [H'rscm bavins one will address COMSTOCK i HARRIS, Fu'.ton Market, city, or C. HYDE, boi Post oUicc, New Haven, Conn. GOOD BOWLING ALLEYS, CHBAP. TV Mr. liKAUV, 159 Crosby street. CONTIN'JKD net than thirty ciiapters each. Address TuWishers, Herald WAJTi'EO-A DIAMOND CLUSTER PIN Oft RING fur cash, if it can he lioupnt very cinsai) not particular as to si.'.e. Allures Diujuoud, Heraia oflice, RAISE ON uf imeneumoei'e4 stock and first class machinery in operation. Alauufaciurur, box New 1'urk otUce. T 77 BLEKCICER STKEBT, NfiAR BROADWAY, IIP advanced ou Diamonds, atches, and Jewolry, Ao., or the same bought. Pawnbrok- ers'Tickets AT WOLF BROTHERS, 559 BROADWAY, UP STAIRS, formerly ul' leaned on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Life Policies; particularly on Pianos. Business coiibduntial. Same bought and sold. A T J. A. JACKSON'S, SO. 5 AMITV STREET, NEAR Lilicl'Jil advftiu-ps made 011 lUamomlH, _........., Juwt'-.ry, Dry Cecils and peraoual property of dencriptlon. Same bought and snid. A I 57 TIllKTEF.NTn STREET, UEAK WAI.LACK'S tht-atn-__I Uio prict for Dian.ouds, Watches and JeweJiy or adrance on the same. ISAACS, Diao.unU Uroker, 57 Thirteeath street. AT THE OLD ESTABLISHED OFFICE. 6fl NASSAU atrett, room No. highest prices will be paid for Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware. Ac., or liberal aO- vanues made on same. A. IHXNIOMAN, Uroker. AT HIS JEWELRV STORK. 557 DAVID M. DAi IS advances money on Diamonds, Watches aad hnfiinoss strictly private and no loan otflce uigna about the store. At BOWKBT, NEAK BROOM Et ADVANCES made on DJamonila, Watches, Gold and Silver. Silks, .tc., or siimo at the highest! market price; pawa- aroKcrs tictete bought. STREET, OPPOSITE POST UberaJ toado on Diamonds. Watchea, Jew- elry and ail Kinds ot Merchandise, or the same bought, BW.M strictly private- KOOEO No. 1. THE CORNBK DET faTtfEuT.-NEWUANT LUOrOLD, ftarln0' facilities, advances at low rates n Diamonds, Life Policies Pianos r other securities. Formerly at 58 Naasaucot, NORTH MOORE GOUOK, coanty Miltc imd Hotels, ice cream natoona, Ac., aupplied from ProaiteiSt Tark to liver. Ordcra by mall will reedre ,______ crezun five 07 AMITY PLACE.-BROWN BAII.KY FURNISH 9 milk and cream from their own In Orange oonnty. TfiC oreATn nalnnns, hotels and families n'up. illed. Creiuu in Ice aud delivered to polote ouuide "e ctty. pU th A IITIKICIAL A nmnti (formerly with I'rot'esaor Uoteaonneau of makers ami insert cm of the Aritiicial Miunan 461 UroodwAy. N. These uymi am endorsed' by the facultjr. A 1IEKICAN Trotting Saturday, P. M.; match for heata, In barnew. jt. Rodin's m. Aroericaa Girl; S, McLangblln'a b. c. Boy. Card leave South, Pulton and femes live during day for course direct. WILLIAM SHAW, Proprietor. FASHION COURSE, I.-FRIDAY, JULY 16, AT 3 o'clock P. M., icatch 3 in 5, to baroesa; B. Dobip.'s b. m. Coldamith Maid; G. Chaplin's or. g. George Palmer. 2Strain at Hunter's Point to Kewtown. Front entrance only. J. CHAMBERS, Proprietor. COUBSE, t. JULY 19, AT 3 J} o'clock P. M.; stake, C- Chaplin's g.; W. H. Taylor's-----; W. Korst'a br. g. Old Pnt; A. s. g. i D. Mace'B R. Locust. train to Newtown. Front en- trance only. J. CHAMBERS, Proprietor. mROTTINO TICKETS FOR SALE AT COOKE'S SUHNY- X side Hotel, half-way house to the Fashion Course. A grand ball in the afternoon. A velvet tapestry carpet wiH spread from the Thirty-fourth street ferry to the Sunnyaide Hotel, for walkers. MAfllNUB W. P. CQOKK. TTNION COURSE, TIIURS- U day, July 15. at 3 P.M. Ewecpstateea ot mile Beats. H. Howe's g." g. Mazeppa, in barneia; J. V. Thompson's b. m. Lady Bird, in harness; W. Nelson's a.m. Molly Golddust, to wagoD. WILLIAM SHAW, Proprietor, WILL BE SOLD THIS EVENING AT RILEY'S JT restaurant, Broadway, corner of Twenty-eighth street, on the trot between American and Mountain Boy. JACOB SOMERXDYKE. WILL BE SOLD THIS EVENING AT RILEY'S i restaurant, corner Twenty-eighth street and Broadway, on the trot between Mountain f'oy and American Girl; also 12 o'clock on the day of trot at Mrs. Shaw's Hotel, near tbo track. T. B. JOHNSON. ALL KINDS OF FANCY DOGS ALD BIRDS FOR for all diseases. Prepared Food for mocking birds, at B. DOVER'S, No. 3 Greene street, corner of Caaal- N- attended by Mrs. Dovev. 4 T BARKER HAMLIN'S CITY AUCTION MART, MAJOR 0. W. BARKER, AUCTIONEER, corner Broadway and Thirty-ninth street, REGULAR AUCTION SALES EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Gentlemen's privaie Establishments disposed of at public and private sale to the best advantage, antl a general assort- ment of Horses, Carriages, BucKJes, Horse Clothing, UaHers, Whips, Ac., to suit the needs ot ail classes of purchasers, con- stantly on band- Orders promptly executed. Twenty-four hours allowed Sor trial on every horse sold umJer warrantee. Good stabline for horses at pnblic or private sale. The only mart In tbe city having a driving ring for'showing horses on sale. Carnages- -Busies, Ac., taken on storage. Liberal advances made on everything in the horse line. A STYLE AND BEAUTY. For1 sale, this day, at 12 M. prompt, at salesroom 24 Uuane street, bv public auction, without, limit or restriction, Thu handsome, h'gh Ueil ami fast trotting Mare Keystone Maift, hirh, 7 years old, extra, prompt driver; gteat powers of tricks Jor vice is pleasant au'i powerful tr Hter to road wagon; very honest and attrac- tive; can beat to wagon and warranted sound and kind; is first class roadster anil valuable for truck purposes. Also young bay Mare, high, 5 years old, by .Pathfinder; handsome, stylish and fast; very promising; can trot in warranted sound and kind; has been used as mate to Key- stime Maid. Full particulars of performances, pedigrees, at sale. Gentlemen wishing to purchase beauty, style, speed and safety shuuld attend this Sale. They will be sold separately and warranted in every particular and fair trial given. peny of a sporting gentleman compelled to sell. Either one cau be driven by s. lady with ease and safety. A. DAY, AT 12 M., 24 DUANE STREET, BY JOUN VA.N'DEWATfcR; Auctioneer. sale of Horses, Harness, Wagons, Handsome high bred and fast trotting filare Keystone Maid, 7 years old, extra prompt and game driver, powerful ruiidEter, can beat to road wagon, and is war- ran le t Bound aud kind. Vuung Marc, by pathfinder: high, 5 years, hand- Romc, styliRh and fiist; trots ia warranted sound and kind, baa been used as a mate to tlie above mare; both pro- perty of a. ejjurtmij jieuUcman. Fine team of sorrel UorEep, high, 8 yearn old, free and etylisb drivers, yuud steppers, true ia all haruess, will tr   _ ARCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. HORSE AOCTION MART, 112 East Thirteenth street near Fourth avenue. BEOCLAH SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JULY 16, AT 12 O'CLOCK. Gentlemen bavins prirateBestabhshments which they wish to dispose of, or those wishing to purchase anything in the horse line wtil find it to tbeir advantage to call on us. Our dealings are almost exclusively with merchants ana business men, and our establishment IB conducted on the same straightforward principles which govern honorable people in other branches of trade. Good stabling for horsea at private salr. We give the purchaser of every horse that Is warranted sound twenty-four hours for trial. _ OUR DOWN TOWN OFFICES ARE AT NO.87 NASSAU STREET, opposite the Post office, and STREET, where a register is kept of horses, carriages. Ac., at private and public eales. Liberal advances made on everything In the Horse line. CATALOGUE OP TO-DAY'S SALE, Team bright bay Horses, 16 bands, 6 years, warranted sound, kind and true to every particular, and cost one year ago SloOO. Team dark brown Horses', are both first class for road or saddle hands, 8 years; trot in 330, and warranted Bound, kind and true. Light bay Horse; is first class either to drive or for saddle; hands, 7 years, trots in warranted Bound) kind and true. Thoroughbred bay Horse, half-brother to Zlzzag byRuric, dam Susan by American Ellipse; 152i hands, 8 years; has run in and won several races; a capital jumper and Lurdler, and sold only on account of the owner abroa-J. Bay Horse, out of a sister of Red Eye; 16 hands, 9 years, kind in harness and saddle, trots in about and warrant- ed sound, kind and true; is an all day traveller, aad was raised by J. M. Botts, Esq. Bright bay coupe or Truck Horse, hands, weighs about pounds, seven, years; kind m an harness; free from vice; fine traveller; good style, and ia ftind and true; a fast walker, aad for either or truck use cannot be sur- passed. Establishment of a gentleman leaving tbe city, comprising a team of Btacfc Hawk and Morgan Marcs, about hands high; kind in all harness; free from vice; trot close to minutes; very stylish, and believed to be perfectly sound, kind and true; together witua no top Wagon and set fine double Harness. Team uay Horses, long inanes and tails, own brothers, 15% hindSy seven and eight years; kind in all Oarness, and one a most excellent saddle horse; free from vice; free and stylish drivers; fine travellers: are kind and true, and are in every respect "a first class family team; sold for no fault, only for want of use. JSlack Ilorse, seven years; kind in harness and under Ea.ddlc; free rmm vice; last traveller; very stylish, kind and true, and ,'oeliered by the owner to be perfectly sound. Gray Horse, with flowing mane and tail, about 14.% bands, seven'years; kind ia all barneys; free from vice; can trot In four minutes; vsry stylish, and is warranted sound, kind and true. Elegant dog cart Phaeton, wfth back seat to fold in; hung on four eliptieal springs; very lightand elegant; bunt by J. C. Parker, and is nearly new. FOR LIGHT TOP WAGON, MADE BY Sil- vers; been used three times; price Also a Road Wagon, im.de hy Brewpter; new this spring; weighs (23 pounds; both square bodies and quite new; price One set of Harness, by Stevens House, Hunter's Point, opposite Thirty-ionrtb. street ferry. FOR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST GENTLEMEN'S Horses in New York, hands; trots inside of three minutes; warranted K--nind; also a Apply at private stable 21 East Thirteenth street, near Fifth avenue. T71OB LIVERY STABLE, WITH A GOOD RUN JP of ct-stom; long lease; cheap for caab. Address David, box 121 Herald office. FOR GOOD SECOND HAND TOP Wagon e and one two-seat Phaeton, our make; also one two-seat Phaeton, by Miner Stevens and a top Wagou by Brcwiter. DUSENBURY VAN DUSBR. 135 and 137 CbryBtie street. FOR PAIR OF LARGE BAY CARRIAGE Horses, lbJ4 bauds; hardy, ponvgaitrd; been used for private carriage; -TC. Apply to ALFRED PKLL, 45 "William street, or at FREY'S stable, Twenty-eighth street, near Fifth avenue. T710R SALE-AA VERY FINE YOUNG, THOROUGHBRED JD Kentucky saddle Horse; Is perfectly broken aud very atyliah. Can lx; accn at stables of Messrs. A- T. Co.J corner Woosier streets. FOR SPLENDID DARK SORREL MARE, 7 vears old, 16 sound and fcind to all liarcess, single or to the Can be seen at Mi. McDonald's stable. Forty-first (jgtreet, between Leiiogton and Third avenues. Sold for want of use. FINANCIAL. We teg leave to announce that we bare accepted the agency of tbe KANSAS PACIFIC RAILWAY COMFANY ___ for the gale of the SEW SEVEN PEE CENT TUIHTY-YBAB LOAN, FBEE OF TAX. TbH loan amounts to FIKST MORTGAGE QBAOT AHB SINKING FOND BONOS, of whic tweve milea are completed and te rest s uner construction. It is also a Mortgage upon rolling stock and francbiws of this first class railway, now running through the State of Kansas, AND IN OPERATION FOR 437 MILES Seat of tbe Mla-.ourl river, and earning already enough to meet 1 of expenses and existing obligations, besides m MORE THAN THE INTEREST UPON THIS NEW LOAN. In addition to this the bonds ore also secured by a firstmort- LAND GRANT OF THREE MILLION ACHES, extending in alternate sections on either side of the track, from tbe 394th mile post in Kansas, to Denver. The proceeds of tbe sale of tbcse lands are 10 be invested by the trustees in the 7 per cent bonds themselves up to 120, or in I'nited States bonds, as a sinking fund for the redemption of tbe bonds. The lands embrace some of the finest the magnificent Territory of Colorado, including a coal neld and pinery, Tbe companv aiso holds as an asset another tract of THREE MILLIONS OF ACRES IN THE STATE OF KANSAS, and although not pledged as a security for this loan, their possession adds largely to the company's wealth and credit. We estimate tbe VALUK OF THE COMPANY'S PROPERTY, COVERED BY THIS MORTGAGE, AT NET, WHILE THE LOAN IS MERELY The bonds have thirty years to run, from May 1, 1869, and wil! pay SEVEN PER CENT INTEREST IN GOLD, seinl-annuaHy, on May 1 aad November 1, aad are FREK FROM GOVERNMENT TAXATION, the company payinc the tax. Ihe principal of tbe loan is made payable, in sold, mine city of New York, but each coupon will oe payable in Frink- .rfort, London or New York, at the opiioo or the holder, witu- out notice, at the foilowing rates OQ 0 bond in New York- each half year. On 0 bond in London as. lOd. each half year. On bond in- Frankfort .75 fJorins, each hall year. The agents of the loan, before accepting the bad tfce condition of the road and the country through which it runs carefully examined. They are happy to give the loan an em- phatic iudorsemeot as a FIRST CLASS INVESTMENT in every respect, perfectly sure, and in some essentials even better than "government securities. The Bonds will be sold lor tbe present atS6, with accrued interest, botb. in currency, the agent reserving the right to advance the rate- The attention of investors is invited to these well secured bonds, which we recommend as. one of the most profitable investments in the market. Gold and government securities taken in payment at their market value, without commis- sions. Parfij.hietE, with maps, giving full information, seut on application. DAJ3NEY, MORGAN CO., 53 Fxchance place. M. K. JESOP A-. CO, 12 Pine street, New York. AUGl'ST BELHON? A CO. Issue letters of credit for use on Messrs. ROTHSCHILD, IE Paris, London, Frankfort and Vienna, and their corre- spondents in. all the principal cities of Europe. Also make telegraphic transfers on Cahfurnia Ktiroue. A DEPOSIT BEFORE JULY 20 WILL DRAW INTER- est from July 1. Siz Per Cent, free from. Government tax THIRD AVENUK SAVINGS BANK, 354 Third avenue, corner of Twenty-sixth street. Open daiiy from 19 A. M. to 3 P. SI., and on Monday, "Wed- nesday ?nd Saturday from 6 to 6 F. M.___________________ A SSESSMENT. IMPERIAL MINING COMPANY, ?5, ,0. coiu, per share, delinquent 18th Aumist, sale 8th Septem- ber. Payment can be made to LEES A WALLER, 33 Pine Street.______________________________________ a YOUNG'MAN OF SEVERAL YEARS'BUSINESS _HL experience (three vears aa principal) would liKe a situa- tion in a stock broker's or nankins house; best city refer- ence. Address C. J. H., Hernld oOice. FOR A LIGHT PIANO BOX "WAGON, TO carry lour perHona. Aleo Uvnlielit Rnad Wagons, one with cole. Also a Oig. Inquire at 212 Bast Twenty-first struyl, nwir Third avenue. A LADY IN BUSINESS WISHES- TO MEET A GEN- t email who would loan her -fSflO, for which she will give good security- Address M. station G. FOR FINE BAT HOUSE, 16% HANDS HIGH; lit for a cart or truck; pony built; price Alco finft stylish Rorrci Horse, 15Jg high; lit for Hrfil worfe; all sound and kind; sold for the want of use, at 136 Ferry street, in stable. T710R SALE CHEAP-A TEAM OF BAY MARES, WELL JP matched; warranted sound andfeind in every respect; suitable for light wort or private use. Apply at 753 Fifth Ktreet, New York. FOB SALE COUPE ROCKAWAY, DITT- sion front, in perfect order, at 458 Third avenue, be- tween Thirty-third, and Thirty-fourth streets. Would invest It in 41 TTrootdyTDL, Staten Island or Westchester lot. FOR SALE SPLENDID STRONG DOUBLE Track, in cood workine order. Inquire at PAUL WERNER'S, i27 West Forty-sixth street. man street. T OOK AT THE CATALOGUE ABOVE OF JU JOHNSTON VAN TASSELL'S, of this day, at 12 o'clock, at 112 Eaft Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue. Then, attend the sale, and you will find some of the finest Family Teams and Road Dorses that have been offered this season. Full description in catalogue above. Full description in catalogue above. SHETLAND PONIES FOR SALE-AT THE FABH OF the subscriber, near West Farms, Westcheater county; also some full blooded Ayrshire Cows and one Ayrshire and two Alderney Bulls. Inquire on the premises or of WILLIAM WATSON, 172 Church street THE BEST AND MOST INNOCENT MEDICINES IN the world for horses, are Condition they cleanse tbe Urinary Organs, give a tine Coat, Improve the Appetite, destrov Worms and Bots; 25 cents per box. Sold by the Druggists and Saddlers. Depot, 10 Part place. SUBSTANTIAL SECOND HAND spring Wagons, with or without tops; capacity, ten barrels Hour un end. Address, with full particulars, Wagons, box New York: Poat oflice. HORSE, COOD WORKER; BAY HORSE, i trotter, 15 hands. 8 years. cheap Horse, bay Horse, 1? hands, 740 Washington street. Great chance. .-BLACK S YEARS, IS HANDS, sound, kind; Canadian, 7 years, cheap Mare. Must sell; no use for them. 24 West Thirty-iirat Htreet, uejtr Eighth avenue. ALBANY AND TROY DAY LME-CHANUE OF steamboats C. VIBIiARD and PANIKL DRKVV will, on and after Thursday, July S, leave Deabrosses street at 8 and Thirty-fourth street at Landing at West 1'onit. Cornwall, Newburg. Poughkeepsie, Tlvoli, Rhinebeuk, Catskill and Hudson. Tickets sold ard baggage checked on hoard the boats to all pointa on New York Central, Kcnsae- lacr and Saratoga railroads. BOSTON FALL BIVEtt DIRECT. renowned sdeamers BRISTOL AND PBOVIDBKCE, Commander KIIAVTON, Commander SIMMONS, will leave (alternate days) DAILY from pier 30 Aorth river, foot of Chambers street, AT FIVE P. M. DODWORTH'S CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA. GRANO PROMENADE CONCERT EVERVT EVENING. This is the only line running a SUNUAY Slam BOAT. PROVIDENCE passengers bv tbe above steamers will leave Full Kiver at A. M.. arrivin" at A. M. RETURNING will leave PHOVIDENCE at 5 P. M., makins direct connection with the hoat, and allowing a. good nigbt'B rest ou board each way. To better accommodate the public the splendid steamers NEWPORT AND OLD Commander LEWIS, Commander MILLEE, will leave (alternate days) DAILY (Sundays from pier 28 North river (foot oftMnrry AT 630 P. M. FOR BOSTON VIA NEWPORT. FREIGHT received at pier SO np to 5 P. M., and al pier up to P. M. each evening. JAMES FISK, Jr., President, M, R. SIMONS, Managinc Director, CHAS. H. VAILE, General Passenger Agent, H. H. MANGAM, Freight Agent, Narraeansett Steamship Company. YORK TO KUTLAND WITHOUT CHANGE OF IN cars. On and after July 1.1869. passenger trains will leave New York and Harlem Railroad depot, corner Twenly-sixtU streff and Fourth avenue, daily (Sundays at 7 A- M. anil 4 P. M., for Montreal, Opdensburg and intermediate points. Tickets can be procured and baggage checked to all north. I. C. BUCKHOUT. General Superintendent NEW YoitK, June 23, 18tS9. OF THE SECOND AVENUE RAILROAD COM- pany, New York, July 7, and after this date every third car on this line will run direct to Harlem river. Passengers for YorkviUe, Astoria ferry und Harlem, can avoid transferring at Sixty-third Btreel by tafciag cars with aicna on top marked and Harlem." MONTGOMERY QUEEN, Vice President. STEAMER MARY POWELL WILL COMMENCE RUN- ninp Saturday Jane 1869, for- Cozzens% West Point, Cornwall. New Hsimburg, MHlon, Poughfceepsie Mid Rondout, leaving pier, foot of street, every afternoon at SHARON SPRINGS, N. PASSENGERS EAVING Kew Yark by day boat, line or New Tork and Troy line steamers, can procure through tictem L i d have their baggage checked direct to Sharon Springs via LBANY AND SUSQUEHANNA RAILROAD, and avoid a long transfer in Albany.. Night boat nasaen reach Sharon at P. Bl. and those by day Ime stea the same amer for tickets mud via Albany Railroad. fpEOY LINE FOB ALBANT AND TROY--T0E FAST- J. eat, elegant evening river SteamboaU !b tlut world. The or CONNECTICUT Itovei 44 North river, foot of Sprhig itreei, evening (Saturdays except- etl) at 6 o'clock, and foot of West Thirty- fourth itreet at only W, being leaa than rail and 75c. cheaper than any other route, and like reduction ta Buffalo. Niagara Falls, ail points Went, to Saratoga, Sharon, George, all points on Lake Champlalo, to Montreal, to all uoiutn In Ver- mont and weatern HafteachuMtu. Ticket! iolti and state eftcured at DODD'S Kxpresi OfflccB, 429 and 944 Broadway, New York, and No. 1 Court atreet, Brooklyn. Baggage called for at residences and checked through to des- tination; also at SUSWeat street, abova. Spring. fn Haraioita ha thue for breakfast. LOCATION oT StcJntirc'B olllce see advertiaemeat on eighth page. CITIZENS' SAVINGS BA_NK, 5H Bowery, aouthwcst corner of Canal street Six per cent" interest, from to Assets 31. Money deposited now will bear interest from July 1. PARK SAVINGS BANK, 855 THIRD AVK- nue and Fifty second trustees of this bank have ordered tae uBUal'ouartcriy and half-yearly dividend of ulzpcr cent per annum., of tar, on all sums under the rnlcfccntitlRd thereto. Deposits made before July 20 will draw5 interest from July 1. JOSEPH J. O'DONOHUE, President. FREDERICK W Secretary. DIME SAVINGS BANK, NOS. 3 AND 5 BROADWAY, Williams burg. made on or before the 20th draw in ereat from Julv 1. Sis per cent on 35 or 000. FOR YORK CITY KAlLttOAD STOCKS and Bonds, Insurance, Bants, Gaslight aad ilanm'actur- -Ing Stocks; also a large variety of Itailroad Bonds and otber Securities, paying good dividends, at low rates for invest- meets, fcv ALBERT H. NICOLAY, Stock Brofecr and Aiictloncer, No. 43 Fine street. N. securities not dealt In ut thq New York Stnck Eicltanfje Boards receive Epecial attention, as has been the custom with this hoime for muny yeai-a. GWEL.D THOMAS, 21 NASSAU STREET, ROOM NO. 8. wants all classes of Southern, Northern and Western securities. f 1 UARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE COHPAPTF. 187 Broadway, New York, July If. 1869. The Board of Directors have thmday declared a dividend of'five per cent, free of government tax, payable on and after Saturdaj. the Ktb. inst. T WALTER K. PAYE, Secretary. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF K York, office B4 Wai! NcW York, July The Board of Directors nave this day a. acmi-annuai dividend of lire per cent, free from government tax, parable on and alter July The transfer boots will be closed from this date until the 15th fnat. JOSEPH L- TOWNSEND, Secretary. AND TRADERS' SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 283 Bowery, near Houston street. Dividend Notice. Tbe Trustees have declared the utmal dividend of ais per cent per annum on all sums of from to entitlad thereto for thesis months aud three months ending. June'20, and JiJao an estra dividend of one per cent out 01 the earn- ings ot" the p.'iat sis months on the auure entitled sums, being at the rate of Eight per cent per annum, payable on or alter July 20. Six per cent per annum, free from tax, alloweJ on all sums of from Deposits made on or before July will draw interest from Juiy 1. (ierman spoken. Open daiiy from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M., and on Mondays and from 10 till 1 o'clock. ALFRED T. CON KLIN, President. HESET C, Secretary. "VfARKET SATOvfiS BANK, i-VJL 8U Nassau street, near Fnlton, New York. Open dailv from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.. and on Mondays and Thursdays from 5 to 7 F. M. Sii per cent interest "alfoxveil on all sums of and up- wards, free from government tetx. Deposits made on or before July 20 will draw interest from July l. John G- Lisl.tbndy. Jacob F. Curiton. Wm. Van .Name. Peter Voorhis. J. Richards. John C. JSiahop. Jas. S. Carpenticr. Bart- P. ChapelL Tlnmiiut B. Ooutant. G- L. GoddarcL Ucrdhom Banker. Conrad Wetteyen. David B. Eliaa J. Beach. Geo. M. Woodward. K. K. Sherman, Amos P. Hawiey. Chas. W. Carpenter. William L. Cole- H. K. ConkUn. Juincs Dennis. Jarvis. Eli Martin. WM. VAN NAME, President. HENRY K. COSKI.IX, Secretary. _ XTORTOJJ BLISS CO., 1VI 30 Broad street, issue Circular Notes and Circular Letters of Credit for travel- lers; also Commercial Credits, available in all parts or Europe. _______ M' TO LOAN-ON FIKST CLASS CITY country Properly, to principals onjy. G. J- TUKNER, Attorney Uivr, 87 Nassau street. MONEY TO LOAS ON FIKST CLASS IMPROVED city property and on farms and country seats near the city; also second mortgages cashed. BUTLEB, DURFEE ,t CO., 69 Liberty street. UNION" DIME SAVINOS BANK, Nos. 396 and 39S Canal street, corner of LaighL Sir per cent interest on to Money deposited on or before July 20 will bear interest from July I. Assets, 36. -TJ7- B. PDTNAM, 6ti WALL AND VV Stocks bought and sold. Loans negotiated on secu- rities, bond and mortgage, Ac. Firal Mortgages wasted. IMMEDIATELY, A LOAN OP S100; SE- TT curity given on furniture, or good board would be given In exchange. Address Mrs. Aorams, Herald oulce. AND NEW YORK FIRE INSURANCE Company, 176 Broadway, Howard Building. J' NEW YOttK, June The Board of Directors this day declared a semi-an- nual dividend of Fivfi (5) per cent, free from government tax, payable on and after July 6, 1869. JOHN W. MURRAY, Secretary. AMOUNT WANTED, AS SPECIAL capital In a. well established and successful oKerage buslneii In Wall street Address for three nays, under real name, Harnctt, llerald ollce, Ihe time and place an interview can be had. AHA CAMTAMSTS.-WAKTED, FOR silly days, security prolits from CO to 100 per cent. Addresit Simmons, Herald office. MANTELS. _ f ARBLEIZED SLATE, DECOBATEO MARBLE AND 1V1 Marble Mantels, rich and elegant designs. T. B. STEWART A CO., Sijlh avenue, between Thirtj-nftb and Ttlrtytlxthatreela. _______ MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED MANTKtS, MONU- mentB, and cheapest Stock tn the city: also Catalogues, sent to the try. A. KLABEK, 134 and 1S6 East 18th it., near 3d ay, SKLABBR, NO. 5S! FIRST AVENCE, NBA'R THIRD ttreot, Bella Marble Mantels, ucadilonea and Monu- menu cheaper than any one In Ms city, to reduce bit stock before removing to tin new f acwry. EW TORK STEAMSHIP LINE. fonnightly to London- direct from pier No. 3 North river Pawage at 890, f 70 and currency. ATALANTAj......Aagust 21 BBLLONA.........Augwt? CBLLA..........September 4 For passage to Hamburg. Bremen, Havre, Antwerp and Rotterdam, at cheapest currency rptct, apply to ROB 6.RT N. CLARK, 13 BwadWav. For freight, to ROWLAND 4 ASPINWALL, 54 South street. __________ LINE. JM STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QtTfcENSTOWN, From pier No. 47 Morfti river. ENGLAND. Thompson, Saturday, 17, at 11 A. FRANCE, Grace, Saturday, July 24, at 3 P. M. VIRGINIA, Forbes, Saturday, July SI, at 10 A. M. Passage to Liverpool or and steerage. currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool or Queenstowa, cur- rency. Apply at tbe company's office, 69 Broadway. F. W. J. UORST, Manager. STEAM TO GLASGOW AND LONDONDERRY. THE ANCHOR LINS, Favorite Clyde built passenger steamers, are intended to sail as Iowa........Saturday, July 17 Britannia...Saturday, July24 Columbia...Saturday, July31 Enropa......Saturday. Aug. 7 Cdle .oaia ..Saturday, Aug. 14 Aug.21 and each succeeding Saturday thereafter, From pier 20 North river, at 12 o'clock noon. Rates of passage, payable in Cabins to Ixverpooj, Glasgow or Deny, and Excursion tickets, good for twelve months, SltW. Steerage to Glasgow or Derry, intermediate, Prepaid certificates from these ports, Passengers booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Bolter- dam, Antwerp, Ac., at rery low rates. Drafts issued, payable as any bank In Great Britain and Ireland. For further information apply on the steamers, foot of Dey street, or at tbe Company 'ceo. SowUnreen, T71OR LIVERPOOL AND LIN'E J? of mail steamers are appointed to sail as follorra CITY OP BOSToX..................Saturday, Julv-17, 12 M. CITY OF LONDON................Saturday, July 1 P. M. CITY OF P. M. and each succeeding Saturday and alternate Tuesday from pier 45 North river. RATES OF PASSAGE By the mail steamer sailing every Saturday. Pavable in sold. Payable iu currency. First Cabin...............S100 To Lo ml on............. 105 To LoadOH.............40 To Paris................ 115 To Pans................43 Passase by the Tuesday steamer, via. Halifax. FJrst Cabin, Steerage. Payable iQ gold. Payable iu ctirrenc7- LtverpooL................S80 Halifax 20 Halifax........-......... 15 St, John's. Jf. F., by branch St. John'Sj N. F., by braacli steamer............___45 also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bromen, at rates. Tickets can be bought here at moderate rates by persons wiFhinff to send for ibeir frieads. For further informatioa applv at the comDany's officas. JOHN G. DALE, 15 Kroiv'way, STEAM TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. Every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. NEBRASKA............................Wednesday, July 14. July 17. Urafts payable in auy part of England, Ireland, Scotland, al current rates of exchange. Apply at THOMPSON'S Pas- oflice. 73 Broadway, cornsr ot" Rector street. fpHE HAMBURG AMERICAN PAGICET COMPANY'S X iron mail steaiuah'p ALLS MANIA, Captain B. Slerer, c3.-rymg the United States roails, wfil sail" on Tucedav." July 13, "i860, at a P. M., for HAMBURG. for Hami'-'irg, pK-month and Cherbourg. First Cabin, 4120; Ser-nurt Cabin, Steerage, gold. Payable in United States gold. The HOLSATIA to sail Julr 27. KUNHAItDT A CO., "C. B. RICHARD BOAS, General Agents, General "asseoger 61 Broad street, N, Y. No- fi Barcluy street, N. Y. THE BRITISH AND NORTH A51S-RICAN BOVAL KAIL STilAJiISHIPS, Between rinrt Liverpool calling at Cork Harbor- Scotla, Wednesday, July 21. Siberia, Thursday, 5- Tarifa, Thursday, July 22. Russia, Wednesday, Aug. II. Cuba, Julv 28. P.iitnyra, Tlturgday, AUK- 12- Tripoli. Thursday, July39i Java, WednestJay, Aag. 18. Ciiina, Wedneadar. Ana. 4. Samaria. Tfcursdar, Aug. "KATfcS OF PASSAGE. By the Wedncuflay Steamers, not carryingEmifrants. First Cabin, gold. Second Cabin, gold. First Cabin, to goid. By the Thursday and SS-turtray Steajners. First Cabin, 350, cold- Stowage, 850, currency. Steerage tickets from Xiirerpool and (Jueeustown andaL parts nf (-'nrope, at lowest rates. Through Eills of Ladincgiren for Belfast, Hayre, Antwerp and other ports'on the contmeut. Mediter- ports. For Freight and Cabin passage, apply at the Company's o8ice, So. 4 Bowling Green. For Steerage passaue, at lit Broadway. Trinity Building. CHAS. G. FRA.SCKLYN, Agent THE NORTH GERMAN LLOYDS nteiumhin WESER, Captain G. will sail, carry- ing the C nitctl font of Thirrl s( reel, Hoboken, OnTMUHSDAT, July is, ISSP, for BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHAMPTON and BREMEN, at the follniviii-; rates, iiayable tu First Second cabin..............................------.. 72.- Gold. Third cabin....................................... 25s Steerage from EOlrt. To be followed hy '.lie Rlcamshrp RH2IN, Captain J. C. on Thursday, July Sf. For freight or naaaage apclv to OELfclCHS CO., S8 Broad street TTNITED STATES AND BRAZIL STEAMSHIP CO. U The etecunt screw steamship MERKI.MACK, Ijurdcu, Captain----------, will sail for St. Thomas. Para, jpernambuco, Bahia and lUo de Janeiro on Friday, July 23t at 3 F. M.. irom pier 43 Konh rjrer. For freight or passane apply to WILLIAM B. CARRISON, Agent, No, 5 BowiiD-s (jreea, New Zor ONLV DIRECT I3.NE TO FltANCK. The (Jtiioru.] Transatlantic Mail StcamshJna between Kew Yorlc and Havre, calling at Brest, The splendid vessels ou this favorite route for the Contin- ent will sail- from P.ier No. 50 North Kiver. aa follows ST. LAURENT. Lemorie .....Sjiturdav, July 24. VILLK OK PAhlHf Kuriaotit tiuturduv, Aug. 1. LAKAYIiTTK, Bonssan Saturday, Aug. 21. PEHEIRE, Duchesnc Saturday, Sept. 4 Rates of Passage payable in (including To "rest or First Cabin, Second Cabin, To P--ITIS (including railway gI45 ana 1'b.ene steamers do not carry steerage American trareilurs to or rttturmiii: from the Con- tinent of Europe, by takins the steamers of nvoitl both tmiiMit by English railways jiml the discomforts of cropping the Channel, besides savmg time, trouble and es- penae. GEU. MACKENZIE, Agest, 68 Broadway. QTEAM TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, O From A'ew York onlv ;S30. MANHATTAN--.... ____ Porsyth VYeaiieaday, July 21 11JAHU Cutting XVedueadny, Ju.y 23 From pier 43 North river- Cabin pasHace I'asflase from and to Now Paris, TTamlsurp, Rotter- dam, Au. Drafts on Ireland, England, France and vJermany at ratflK. Apply to WILLIAMS x GUION, 29 Broadway. TTNITED STATES PASSPORT OFFICIAL t passpnrtB of the Department ot" Slitte iesncd by A. C, WILLTilARTU, UniteJ States District OierS'd uflice, Cham- bers street. COA.STVV2SS __ PACIFIC 3IAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANV-S THROUGH TO AXI> CHINA. Tbrough rates, New y'ork to San Firat Ca-bjn. Outside. Tr.sfde. Second Cabin. Steerage. SIS5. Steamers of the above linft leax-c pier So. 42 North river, foot of Canal at 12 o'clock noou, On lltti anil 21at, month, except when those days fall oil Sunday, tho-n the day pre- vious. Oue hundred uoinida bass-ge to each IU'-IIL Jleaiciue and iiUftudiinvo iree. July il, CHAUNCET, Captain Soibury, connect- ing with GOLDEN CITV, Captaui 1'kricer. Steinner iiiaviug Julv 10 connects closely with OKEGONIAN, jearing'San Francisco August 4 for China NOTICE TO Freight for steamer CUAUNCEY received until 4 f. M- on TtiMday. July All usual facilities afforded shipiiers ia collecting lalaad cbarges,   S3 Broadway. IJ1OB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT, P MKROB STEAMSHIP MNE, cotaprisins: the tirst class steamships GENEiUi GRANT.....................Caplaia H. S. Quiet ORESCENT CITY.....................Captain J. B. KiWreth SHERMAN..............................Ciptato W. P. Hecry GENERAL MEADE.................Csptoin A. W. UNrtED STATES......................Captain O. L. Jiortou The steamship SHERMAN, Captain Ww. Renrj, will bo despatched on Saturday, July H, at 3 o'clock P. M., from pier 111 North river. Krefght received at throoeh rates for St. Louts, MobCe and Galveston. The GENERAL MKADE will succeed, Saturday, July at For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, FREDERIC BAKER, 40 Broadway. TflOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. X1 The Cromwell Line. SteairiHhhM of thla lino will leave pier No. 9 North river at 3 o'clock P. SI., GEOKOE WASHINUTOK, July M CORTES, Netaon...........................Salunlay, July 24 Prciclil taken for SL Louis, Mobile anJ iJalvestoa at through rates. h For passage, first and second class, or froight appl; to B H. B. CROMWELB A CO. 86 West stroel. Neir York and Charleston Steamship Company'c4r8t eHAMPION, Captain R. W. Lockwood, ier No. on Saturday. July 17, at 3 P. M., tailing from pier No. 5 N orth river. Superior aocommodatlona for passengers. Through psfisage tickets i and bills or ladlnc Issued in con- nection with the Soutlf-Carolina Railroad to all polnu South and Sontnwent, and with steamers to Florida porn. Goodaforwarded Iree of comouaslon. Bllli of lading furnished and ilened on tbe ptcr. Insurance bv this line ooe-balf per cent The MANHATTAN will follow and Ball on Saturday, July 24. HENRY B. MORGAN CO.. AjenU, 3 t 26 Boadway. TTIOR CHAKLESTOS, B. C., THE FLORIDA PORTS, THE' JD South and Regular lme.-jTiie fast and popu- lar sideivlieel steamship MAGNOLIA, M. B. Crowell, commander, will sal! on Wednesday, July 21, at 3 P. M.. from pier No. 8 North of Rector street. Through bills of lading to all points South and SoHthw est, Agents in Charleston (Ravenel ACo.) forward a'l cooJs free of commission. ARTHUR LEAHY, 73 Wifliam at. The SAHAGOSSA will sail July 28. F03 TIIE PISHING BANKS DAILY, SATDR- jV. days Picented, steamer RIP TAN WINKLE, Ciptain Simzioni, leavii" PecK slip at 7 :50 A. M. Christopher street, S. R., M 8 30 A. Hi., and pier No. 4 N. R. at 9 A. SI. and ou from Eighth street, E. R., at 7 A. M. liQya, refreshments aad music on hoard. Fare, ladies, 53 cents. _ _ SUNDAY EXCURSIONS TO HARLEM, HIGH Bruto and Karl's Part -STL VAN GROVE and SYL- VAN- STREAM will leave Harlem about every hour, from 8 A-M. M.; leave Pecfc slip ahont every hour from A. M- to 7 P. M-, landing at Eighth street each way. Fare 15 cents. _ A EXCURSION BOAT FOR COLLEGE City Ipland and Siesmer NEvERSINK leaves Veck slip every Sunday at 9 A. M., rain or sbine. Returning, leaves New Kocheile at P. M., lauding at Eighth and Thirty-seventh streets each way. AHOY FOR KOCKAWAT AND SEA SI0E.-THE SEA steamer H. M. COOL wiil run to Rockaway on Sunday, Julv IS, and every Sandar during tbe seasonllearing Vestiy North river, at A. M. and pier No. 4 at 9A.M. leaves Rockaway at 4 P. M. BROOKLYN, BATH AND CONEY ISLAND RAIL- cars are running every half hour: cars from Hamilton, Wail, South and Fulton ferries connect at Greenwood. BASS AND BLrEFISH. The tamoilisea steamer YAS KEE, Saiurdar night, July 17, wiH go rain or sbine, and he fishing at daylight. Aniier- son C :lwell, pilot, will be on board this boat, and on no otner. ColTee and chowdor served free. Ba't, lines and refreshments onboard. Franklin street, Christopher street, 12; Eigijth street, East river, Broome sireet, Peck- slip, 1 A. M. Fare JAS. A. SCOTT. IAILY EXCURSIOJiS FOR STEASIER UOLMDEL, Captaia .Tames G. Taylor, will leave Neiv D uay a: 2 F. JI. Fare, 40 cents; excursion tickets, 60 vents. FOP. COSBY STEAMER NORWALK, Captain O. W. Wilson, makes rej-ular trips to Coney Kami leavm- Christopher river, 12alO Warren street and pier 4, Mor- 'is street, North river, at 10, 1 and 4 o'clock. The steamer SHORE, Captain E. T. Wilson, makes recular trina to Conev Wand, leaving North Eighth street. Wiliiama- at 3 A. "M Broome street, New YorK, at 3 r20, and 25S; Peek slip at and Fuiton ferry, Brook- lyn, at 12 and 3 o'clock. G35RMABIA EXCURSION, SUNDAY. JliLYie, fine sail up the Hudson river, landing atNy- ack, 03 the steamer R. L. Mabey and barge RhinebficS, lear- foot of Broome Btreet. E. R.. at 8 A. M.; from pier No. 4 V IL, at 9 A. M.; from foot of Christopher street. N. B., at S 30 4. M.; from foot of 1 flirty-fourth street, N. at 10 A. M. Tickets 50 cents. Refreshments on board. Tickets to be sold on board, or at 75 Grand street, by JOHN B. KARCHEB ar.d JOHNSON, Manr-gers.____________________________ TONA ISLAND TICTflO GROUNDS ABE THE MOST I attractive on tbe Hudson river. For use of growids aa- drcss S. OOCKCP.OFT, 171 Broadway, or HASBBOUCK. BUSHXELL, lona, near PeeSaSill. fj. K.. ilt G ,t- jTtiKii. Hliy, o.w JDt- i M-; pier No. 4 N. A. M., landing at all tbe Hotels on tfte beach. Returning, leaves Rocteaway al 4 F. M. PICNIC EXCURSION FARTThS CAN CHARTER. i'rom us the beat Groves, Steamboats and Barges, as we ccntrol the best. Satlsfafction guaranteed. BLOOMER CO., 343 Front street. _ EEGULAP SUNDAY JJORNINR- 3OAT FOR WEST Point, Cold Spring and Newbuix. etopping atYonfcera ejicfc war- The fttvorite ateamhoat SLEEPy HOLLOW. Captain .7, Slicrmac, leaves Pulton ferrr, Brooklyn, 8 A. Christopher street, North river, Thirty-fourth street, North river, d o'clock, allowing two hours at Newburfr. Faro 50 i-ents each, way.________________________________ STEAMER THOMAB E. HULSE LEAVES FOOT OP Christooher Htreet daily, Sunday Included, sit 10, and TV for Valley and Fort Lee, landing at Thirty- fourtti btreet all trips but tiie up trip- Music on board. O'JSDAT MORSIKO BOAT FOR NEWBURG. O Fare cents. TLc ateamer THOMAS COXitA'ttR, win leave pier foot of "Warren street, evenr Sauday morntag, at Chnstophcr s.reet. at Tlilrty-fourth street at at Dobbs1 Ferry, Irvtugton, Sing Sins, Har- vcrs-traw, Cozzens1 (West Cold Spring and Cornwall. Newburgiat 1 Arriving Iu New Vork at 6 o'clock P. M. Tlcteti to New-burgh and return 75 (-.entg.______________ IK SARATOGA. Steamer VANDERBILT leaves every Friday and ET, JuHN Satnrdays, special train, KenuRe- laer and Saratoga Bmlroad, and v'anderbilt Sunday evenlriL', arrlrins early Alonday mornfns. Esciirsioa tictets at re- duced rates by Vanderbilt at West s'reet, SUNDAY EXCURSIONS TO NEWBUKG und West Point. The steamer SUNNYSIDE. the finest day hoat on the Hud- BOII. will leave pier 39 North river every Sunday morning at and Thirty-fourth Btreet at A. M., touching at Yontc- ers aad West Point, landing, siving three hours at Newburg. Returning will leave at and arrive at New- York at o'o'clock P. M. Fare each way 50 cents. SUNDAY TRIP TO LONG via Pleasure steamboat HELEN will hereafter ounuect with steamboat SEA BIRD on Sundays juid convev oaaaensers direct to Pleasure Bay. Fare on Sea Bird, faru on Helen, cents. The SEA BIRD Icavca Sunday July IS, at y o'clock. Returning, leaves Red Bank and Pleasure Bay at IV AS. rVHE NEW. SPLENDID AND TERY FAST STEAMER J. SUNNYSlUS, is offered for charter to societies, select parties and Sunday Schools, as the most desirable boat ia New Vorfc for excursions. Applv to .f. C. GIBBS, on board, pier 39 North riter, or to CtiOCKEit, WOOD CO., 2 South street. mo THE CHOLERA POWERFUL SEA. JL poius steamer PHILIP, Captain Sam Wallace, will make, a excursion to the Cholera Banka on Sunday, July IS. !Sn9. street, East aft street at street Peek slip, pfer -1 North rfver, Tickets S3. Bait, imca and refreshments on board. Bait and chowder free. Scuooaaiaker. iid. Hope, al the landings early. TO CHARTER FOR THE FINE SEA steamer YANKEE, Captain Andrew Hennessey. The KEE has just been thoroughly overhauled, painted and- related, with awnings, tc., ana is the best steamer for excur- sions, picnics, Ac., in New York. She can be chartered on. reasonable lentiK of the Athtatic Submarine Wrecking Com- pany, 82 South street. rpHE STEAMBOAT IT. M. COOL FOR CHARTER i. She has saloon accommodations for 5UO. Address or apply to P. HAMMOND. No. 9 Morria street. Jersey City. "VONKT-'RS STEAMBOAT FLORENCE 8 es Fmnklin street, pier 35 at 11 A. M. ami S :SU JP- M- Suciiavd a: 9 A. M-, 1 and 6 :1S P. M. Freights rcceired N EXPERIENCED CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL _o_ and English teacher, vctth excellent testimonials, desires emolovKisnt aa teacher or tutor; gentlemen prepared for col- lege. "Address Tutor, box 2lW Herald oilice. AT TOWN3ENJV3 BUSINESS COLLEGE, IS6 BOWERY, near Spring instruction, day and even- in Penmanship, Arithmetic, Algebra, Navigation, Reading Speliiu% Grammar. Ladies1 depart- ment; Pupils from other schools received during their vaca- tions. 4 LADY OF 35, WHO IS AN ACCOMPLISHED teacher of Singing ana Piano and an exceJlent per- former, ilt-sires a position in a private family or in an insti- tute; speaks English, and is able to teach French, German ami Italian. Address Dr. Joseph Kammerer, IU7 East Twdtty-ihird street, for farther information. UN GENTLEMEN FRANCAIS DESIRE ECHANtJKK dea lecons de fraucais centre des lecona d'anglaia avec une dame il peut donner de bonoed references, et il ferait me'V.e des sacrifices pour apprendre prorcptement a parlor Reponse peudaat jours a M. Le ttouvray, an. bureau du Herald. WTANTISD-A SITCATIOX AS GOVERNESS OR AS- W sistant in a boarding by a lady able to teach, German, Latin and the English branches. Address W.W. Dayia. Doylestown, EACH.-BOOKKEEPING, WKITINO, ARITHMETIC, firammar. Spelling; day and evening; no vacation, THOMPSON'S College, 20 Fourth avenue; orivate instnic-1 lion; department; preparatory course; telegraphing; Freach aad German. MULBERRY STM ROOM NO. 1.-A German lady aa governess; teaches French, Ger- man, music; references civcn; no objection to California- Address for two days Mr. ttmish. T 5S6 SIXTH AVENUE L.4.DIES AND GENTLEMEN will find the original and honest dealer, B. MINTZ, to 0rst and Thirty-second itreeta. Ladlw attended by Mlntz. __ _ AT M6 SEVENTH AVENUE, SECOND DOOft ABOVEJ Twentyt'mrth street, received cash to Wearlae Apparel Household Furniture, Promise to pajr SO per cent more Uiaa any cue by calling on or addrettior Mr: jr Mrs. RO3EKBERQ. i T B. ROSENTHAL'S. fil THIRD AVENUE; T.onth street (Tonnerly S53 Ladlea and gen- tlemen can. obtain the hip-heat value for Cast-off Clothing b uraiture, .w., by calling or addressing. Ladlea tended by Mrs. Rosenthal. _ _ A T 1S7 THIRD AVENUK-LADIES AND OENTLSMfiN JX receive highest for Cast Off Clothing and Car- C. Call on or address. UISU. LadlCi attended to frT Utah, lEWSPAPERr iNEWSPAFERr   

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