Yikes. James is right. Don't connect any pins until you understand how breadboards work. All the holes on each side of the center line are electrically connected. The chips HAVE to straddle the center line or you're going to fry them.
All ICs have a little half-circle indent on one end. With that at the 12 o'clock position, pin #1 is the first on the left and the numbers go counterclockwise from there. You should be able to correspond that to the first diagram in the documentation you linked to.
The green circles mean that lines are electrically connected (rather than just crossing over each other in the diagram). So in the first example, both pin 1 and 4 are connected to ground.