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NEW-YORK, MONDAY, ?JULY 30, 1860.
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"""""" No. IM Nawau-*t, New-York,
Bpccial Koiiuo.
Han? ?at the Iltmner on the Outer W till "
THE BOCKY MOUNTAIN REPUBLICAN CLUB OK
RINGS COUNTY will meet at Headqii?xrt?'t*, coru?r of Fn'.ton
soROraigetU, Brooklyn, on MONDAY EVENING, July 30,
at ,.} o'clock, to attend tbe dedication of tbe NINTH WARD
REPUBLICAN W IOWAM, .orner of Bedford and Knlton hvi.
Tbe proc??(ion will be e*corted by tbe Lincoln Battalion, with a
b?i.d of malic. Boy?, let'? give tbe Ninth Ward a benefit.
JOHN M. COMSTOCK, Preddent,
W*, W. Ooodbich, Secretary.
HtMidauarters Lincoln Batttalion? Korlty Moan?
gavia C'luti ot Kins? 4Jou.iily.-lbe memberi of tula li?t*
?Lii.-i. will aaarD.ti.e at the i ?uo Room, cornier Knlton nud
Ot-j g? its., llrookiyn, on M< INDSV, trie 3utfa tut., at a quarter
before H o'clock, p io., in fall uniform, for tbe parp?te of p-r
tteipatiug lu Ibe c?r?monie? of dedieating the new Wia-waui in
tbe Mull? Ward. It 1? boped and expected lhat every men., ?r
will be present, by uraer of
J. C. DUDLEY, Commandant.
J. li. Haust, Orderly.
UrpubHt ?an Exet slive Committee.?A ?mS meet?
ing ol Ihe Repubi)i-aii x-.xecntive Committee will be held on
RiiNUaV EvE.MmO, irOta ixul, at ri-J o clock, at No. 81?
Broadway, Fund util attendance i* paiticularly reque.ted.
By order, JOHN KKYM-.ll, l hairman.
A jBeetln? of tho Financial Committee ot the
Kepubllcnn Central Commitler will i?e held on MON?
DA V KV EN IN O, ?til un*,, at "i o'clock, at No. bit) Broadway.
AU niesjbei. are raqae.ted to be pr?tent, at buaiuo** of lue
frortax.ee will he brought before Ihe meeting.
By orOer, Bi. It. STL WART Chairman Flnanc? Com.
?Cern?an fiepnblican? ! Holly for Free Speech,
? K>.E 1'Rr.SS. and r-KEE SulL.
GERMAN REPUHLICAN CAMPAIGN CLUB, XYlth.
XXtb, XXl.t, and .Wild Ward*.
All cltixeui of Oerman bin h oppoaed to the extension of
Slavery, and In favor of >ieedom in ibe Territoriei, protect!.?a
ol Au.rm.li ind.i.try and tree homeatead?. aie invited to a
GRAND MASS ?Kl. UNO. to beheld under the amjd-ei of the
above Club, on THIS (Monday) EVENING tne SMiii imt., at 8
,y) tVJS.N
Hah, No.
O'clock, at Ltpoilu . .National Hah, No.. 2*1 and '22b Weit 44t!,
st,, near bixvav., lor the purpose of .atifyuig the nomination, j(
ABRAHAM LINCOLN ot Illinois for Pie.ideut, and HAe.Ni
BAL UaMUIN o! Maine for . ice - President of the Uriled
Statt?* ?leeuien: come iu masre?, and ?how that you hate
?slavery. Tin- folio-.?, ing diitirxgui.hod ?p. ?ken are invitod to ud
di?-*? the n.eeiii g
FRLDEIlR h KAPP, HERMANN RASTER, SIGISMUNI)
KAIFMANN, A J DlTIMCNHOKl.il, CHARLES A. DANA,
THEODORE BRACKLOW, ADOI.F DOI'Al Dr. J. A.
FOERBCH.
ADAM KOEDICER, GUSTAV! S LKW. KKAN/ KLUGE,
O. II. MAOEBSl PPE, BERNARD IIAMAN. ROBERT i'.
lilLBlG, Committee of Arrang. ment?.
GEU. MANCHOT, Preiident,
H?nbt Richabi-, Secretary.
KepubUraa Central Committee,-A ?pe.-ial m?eting
of tb.?Cnmmiltee will beh?ldi?u TL?1S1JAY EVENING. 31?i
lix?t, at "4 o'clock, at No. bl? Broadway. Punctual attendance i.
gavrtxc alarlv reque.ted. By order of
D. D. CONOVER, Chairman.
Hxkvby T. Clbvk?nd, 1 s#>_e?i?rir.
Jasa* W. Oja?.?., J 8fCI*ten'1*-_
Eiablb Ward Republican Linrolu nnd Ilainlin
Campaign Club.-A regular meeting 01 thi.? (lut. w il: be
held at vv?t*rmai.'i. comer Vaiick and l unul-?t* , Tills (Mim
d-y) EVENING, July W,?.l??!), at 8,0 clock. By order ol
the Club. WM. TUCKER, Pre^ide^t.
F r.*;.?. H. Pataca, Secretary.
"^i?ntB \>art?7~Bl^iny*i^-?be REPUBLICAN ASSO
CIATION of the I\tn Ward, will dedione tbeD vVicwani at
tbe corner of Knlton tiid Bedtordav?.. THIS EVENING at b
??elo.?. Specbea will be made by STEWART L. WoMD
FORD,e?q, of New-York, and JOSEPH J COUCH, of the
Rocty tao'ju'ain i tub. The Lii.coln Battalion of the Rocky
Mountain Club will be on band. All Repubiuan* are iuvii.-J.
Sa-aia for ladiei. By order. ROB T D. BENEDICT, l're.'u
Jobs D. Cittbk. Secietary.
Fiabteenth Wltrd.?A Rog"??' Meeting of the Eighteent
Waid R. pot'tltan Aseociativx, will be hall al lie.id ? ?arter?, No.
Ill sd ?v., corner of ISth ?t., on TUESDAY EVENING. July
31 1M0, at b p. m. JOD L. BLACK, Pre.ideut.
VV a. M. BiBJ*Ha.N?"N. Secretary.
*A Krgular Meftlnt? o I tne Twenty-Wrst Ward
Re publican Ar-foi lation win b. held THIS K.V E.-4I.NG.
at ? o il< ' -k. ?i No. 4i'4Hi*v. Rvpiiblicaoi andlbuie liieudly to
the cu;i?e Alt- tequ'v-trd to attend.
A. W. GRISWOLD, Preiidt-nt.
Jobn VVbwiibk Se r.tary.
~Tw?.niy-aeroniI Ward Eimolii and flamlin Cam?
?alsn Club will .'..-.t Tills r.v EMN? at 8 o't-lorS, at No
r?? th-av (St&dolherr. r Hall). Tl.e Hon. JAS. A. BRIG Jd
of Ohio, WM H BrLL.aiidotti.it have been Invited and are
raper-n d to udixxe*. .he luettibg.
JxUilES E. COULTER, Pretident.
W?. OuK-io-,. Secretary.
It??pntillt in Campaign. Clnb of WesU-bester Co?
?Ibe Etecutivel ommu.itlee ol tin? Clob will meet at the ort.ee
ol the Hon. E. J. PORTER, No 1 Na.tau ?t, on WEDNES?
DAY, Bi? 1st proximo, kt U 'Mock a in.
JAMES A. HAMILTON, Protident.
Wa. Was?, Secrttary._
Political Debnte, onl'Ol'i LAR SOVEREIGNTY, und
tbe lntenentiuu by Cuugrei? ot S.uieiy in the 0. S. Wrritoiiei.
between
COL. WM. C. ROTE, of Pruii*ylv*i.ia,
aud
FRANCIS JOHN TUCKER. e?q.. of New York.
At CRuUu liall, Aator Place, MONDAY EVENING, July 3D.
law)._
Manifesto of tbe Bricklayers'l'rotectire I nlon
?f tbe City of New-York
Extiact from pro'-.-t uii.g. ol lbunday, July ar,:
On motion, ri.olved that ? l ou uutlee M Five memben of
tbi* Ataociation he appointed to dial; ? ,t?rie? of resolution? aet
icg forth in ii? true injbt the petition o? tin* tocit-ty, inlarepre
?ei.led and .?i?con.irued l.y the front brier layen in their me. t
tng of W*dj.e??l?y, .1 iily 1". 100?, and not fully understood by the
public, ii.d that'aaui \ ?ruuiilt? t he anthorizod to ?.nbli-li ?aid
reauiutiom in tl.e N? w-^ oik Herald, United State? Mechanica'
Own, T.ibHne ?i.d Daily Times
It'A.ira?, The briikityei.' Pr- t.-, live A wiociatlou. bMMmnI
ty the Le?fi?:*tuit- of the State ol New-York, lia? been in active
Oj?:a'1"ii lor ihe latt ?ix year?, ?n?4 iii.'ludea In it? orgaBizitiuri
omi it venteen huudted tl Ihe er ?ft In tbi. metr?poli?, and haa
been faitblul and coi ?l.lent iu it? adherence to the prodaion*
Of the act which g??e it legal t-xitteiice. and where??, n ht' not
only, In every Ptnii u?r. iciuuiBiided the leape.t and ?tippi? ot
all worVmes of our ila?. who p.???.?? tl.- principle and ?pirit ol
nu. u-ecbanic?, but ba* the indoi-iuei.t ot the ??>? we live lu,
tbe eat? em and.' . leite? of th.? -iiniiiunity at lar/jr, ?..*iJe the
goodwill and cooperation of ?11 iutxlilgojit pro^iiietoi? mid
"bo**t?;'' and ".?her. c?, a ??net "t guard of qiiiixi liriikliyers,
who woik upon ir? ut. in the Sumrntr and upon ii.?hie? mid n-*r
williin tbe ?Vii.tei (?e:1t. .-J? l . i f-ail-Trudn>, baie, kttbs
i n fitted digidt? id aite ???? a few -xlia pen.e pel diem iin
pr. t? J. U.tii tb?t tbey v.l.. not ' a?k ...vi.-a?e i.ny buud < f
Bllilistioii witbinxidt men oi rough brictisyer*:" aiid wirres-,
ut u met ting of tb?*? ii diiidi'ul?, ivl.o iaht to the i h in 1er ?i
haul ion In hii.ki.nd mortal, held on V\ ?dut?day night, loth
In'' at Hedselhe.g' : Htll btn-a?.. a t?,ii?ol nsolutlwxi were
patted, utterly falte in lb. n r.-pr? ??enta'.ion? of the Brickliiyeia'
Pi?t?iti\? Araoctotlon, and iMpri ent position Mwspi'ggsta???
i tUe tiaue : tU.lf On
Httuitcd. lhat In .nlonlug tte lav?, of our Aa?oci?tluii, and
?It ? ir Wi' g tl'?t all u.einher? of tbe < lafi with whom #C may be
a?k. d io work iball be conne?.ted w ilh tbi? ?oci?>ty, we only dil
.h.g. ^ duty w are oh ig.ittd to di.charge?i diily corn, tin
!? . and taiictloi.? J i.y the Go?, txxni 11 which g tuit?)d our
?barter.
I ? r'tf Tliat we hav.? alviayifsiily andp!on.|'tly t.t-atedthi?
{?dio... oppoiilion duly notifying tbein, a? inrlividuiil?, of every
??ti'in'aken lupa ?llng them in ample tin.? for s?vr?*?ou?xag
aciiou on their ftti wliie-h lliey In?-, i eontiii ally retu-ed t ' l.k?
???d that tbair t'.l'ny Ba>umpu?>n-I Uttpoii ? :? t, il
itelcBhiu?, when U :? i >.i -?deled that ?.ut of iht forniida"le nuixi
t?i_* ?wl*??wxw4 ?"d iwenl>-l.?e fr. nt nier, till t.id in thi?
luu,1 *'P*^4y. msny belonged to in before tliJ* ?iinonncamaas,
B'd witbn, twei iv (..ifr 1 nun sAei ???uiug tho ?I i.-? lid illima
toiri.m.ny ,;.?r^ j0i,.,d ,. ,. pr,-f. ;h, Atti.ciatloli, l ai ing, a?
l.elor. mt,: .at, , ,, t a , u;Futui'? gi.aid of ?Helia lo di-but: the
away w oiirAttt
j.^?! ' r ? w* deuo'ine? *??n immitigated faltehood the
..!?,.',:. ^V"?'- ?ultcieutexc.u.iie*, that we *r.- "try?
"3t1*" ???.-'?dt-ouip. the front Mi-kia?. .a of lhU.it.. W
1 . n .. le ? iSS" to w"'? ?'? <"" W1'' ""?* dirt.Don,' i.uu?
-7-'hourrm^<i,Vr*l0?!y -*? ?le'.ti"..tioi. of alilniiiUyer.
rbeluxtve. tJ"^Vr '*''??'''???-?*'< ^??????s,.. Of which eich,
Lm'w^?!furtJ,,nircuu,-'t' ?'*-?'???"??' without Ixtlerfeilxxg
S___?5j&tS wnsT** *" """ " d "l!'t't ': Ji"Vt'^
but ?. rr.urb Ine P-ot- cUm, of il? ?V.. .t :. ?'x^'.""1. '. ^ " ,U'
l'eprew-rxliospe-tilonlb oui hru-., , ,.| ,i?' ball__ _Sa?4
11:1? City IA? beir- Cited toi'ly bj tbe ,,..?,. ,1, T, "J j^? 7
ganceof th'.v.?f.-w?ho-e.kt. tub? rt tbo I Urettiftbi
:.tltl t- t if he.d sreoucUh!.
?"?bK not directly attiil.nlab.e i" oui ? l , ?
tv atarxd |, berth.is! ilike to i-n.ployei e.,d emp.oyed.
S!x'i?i by til- ( oiuiiii'.tee.
/ H. WARD JOHN CASI i
JOSEPH D?X/DY, DAVID MovTJ'jMery
JOHN STANLI .
A Card. 'I :.. h'3_Bb?~?II'D.S0N ASSOCIATION
would reipe? tlii,?, letiraVMV* to Mrt. E. C. CoHin, of Mel
rnOLt Half, New-Hji?ihi?n, Statt:. I ?Land, for he i grixeroo? tr**t
'"?Btof the A*-oci*iion and the ladie? t,oiiiii-'-t.?d tl.erewi'L,
*.h? '*? *'c'd?ut i>hich iuppeiied to the boa up-n the ?veiling
?I ih? r,th last hy older ofthe Aw^ialinn.
n JOHN J SHAW, Prawid ..I
D*?ib J 0*ais?. gaeirWry
American Institute Far-were' C'lab meets at th
room? of the Iu.titute, in tbe Cooper Huilding, on MONDAY.
July :?', at noon. Subject?: "Wine, Coru, Bitckbeiiie?, and
Currant? " Ladle? and ?tianger? are alwayi etpecially welcome.
AJii i.?ic.ii free to all. II. MEIOS, Bec'y.
rermperance.-MAItSHALL DIV18ION, No. 11 8~~of
T., ?ill bold a public meetiut, THIS EVENING, at Mltaloti
C he pel. No K'2 Centre-it,, where alcoholic beverage!, and their
d.-etadiug ?uiluencti on ?oietv, will be fully diarun-eil. Com
nieoce at 8 o clock J. SIMPSON, Pretldent
French'? Conl-nl Wa?blno MactalDe-Ui^uaTtd
and Indlipentable !?Price only ?>l?. Depot No. 4l'J Broadway.
con.ei of Canal it. AfiuU wanted in all parta of the ! nlted
Stale?. Bead for a Ciicular. AddxvM Box No. 2,3'.? Poit (Mee,
N.w York City._P. It R. PRKNCH.
Vtldet-Aw-ike Club? through the country can obtain, i.'.
ibe lowe?t price. CNIKORMS and TORCHK1, adopted by the
New-York and Brooklyn Battalion,. Addrei, E. A. MANN,
tUxnni of the Young Men'i Republican Union, 859 Broadway.
-.(etiiii-hip l.n nt Ii tslcrn,-SPl l I \L NuTK !'
The ?hip will L-o in th? ?trenn on MONDAY MORNINO, July
30, preparatory to .Urtlng ter Cape Mit. Excunionifl? will
emba'k in ?mall -teamen from foot of llainruond-tt (fi?e of
charge) every half hour from 12 o'clock outil 2 p. ru.
-temiielitti l.i ? at l.nalern.
EXCURSION TO CAPE .MAY.
State-room Berth? can now be fnrnl-l.ei! to (Jentlemen al well
a* Lsdies Application lo be made at the office of the ADAMS
KM'Hi 88 Co . No. 59 Broadway.
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QLAV R B Y 1 H 1? I B T O 1? Y .
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('.,! \T Gil
1 vol. Uno. ( lu....
.tal dlaaeia, In
IV,
IT ZEN ! I NEVER GO HERE !*'?New
Yorker? have become to thoroughly ?ccuttomed to * hlg
' tentation" every day, that tbe ?varcity of ittoh article? l.ut
wet k lent bundtedt ot deipalrin* ritlieni to tbe watering placea,
w here fllrtilli nt on the half thel! may ?erve to keep them from
death by Inanition. The Great Eastern bas become common?
place; the Zouavt ? bave gone from our gase; " horrible mirdee,''
have lo*t their attraction: ?nd. if the Prince of VValea t -n? a
ii. .' h lotigei among the C?radl?i. rira., be won't "draw" when
be get? here. But ?new sad perfectly ?tanning "?enaatlon" ia
?boat to ci.iiii? off?the r*re*t, i*cle?t, iuei?at, and ino?t romautle
?flair of the teuton?and not only New-York, but al?? the prov?
ince? win leixe upon it with aviditv. It? origin will be a new
?tory, by the world-renowned Ned Bontline, entitled, "THE
SHELL-HI NTER: Or, A.i Ooba!? Lot? Cat?? ' lu which
il, iiiaiiioied Kitri'ie will become "one of ?ke girl? we read
al'out,'' ti,d eia-t a laugh for ?very ?erioui thought SSM the i?n
tin . .iial incidents of the bewitching romane?. Katrin? bas a
natural dread of tbe tea?" Blitzes! I uevet go derel"?yet all
powerful leve ?end? her on *n adventoroo* '' Oi'e?n Love
( lui.? " Thi? *et*on*ble luaury of literature will be .?ommeiioed
in THE NEW YORK MERCI RY, re?dy ?ttioou to d ?y._
SEA-SIDE RE?DI?G^Go wfcRW jm will,
now-a-dayt, and you tied ?oinehody who hat leen aoni?
body who kL?>wi a perion that ha* read " Ilutledge.'' Tit? old
trick of ditputed tuthorthip ha? made another hit, and the book
Milt Not having taken toe tronbl? to retd "RuUedfe" our
.? I v. i, wecaiiui-tipeak derUitely uf its merits) bat we certainly
think our friendi might find more profitable reuaBog far the ??a
,'de ?eruon than nltr*-tenHiri?iit?l novel*. Of coune, we win'
?omethmg lizht at thi* time of year, but there I? a .uediain be
twrten the allhumorc u* style 01 writing aud the lackadtiaical and
?. i.t....?nUl traab grour.ci out by the " fearful and thrlltin*"
branch of tbe periodical pre**. A ?plendid -pe? iu.ru of thit me?
dium it the half-rolllikliig and half tentlmenlal new rtory, bv the
celebrated Ned Buntline, entitled 'THE SHELL-HI NTER.
Or. AH 0( bas L' vb-C ii ???." At noon TO-DAY th? l*rii? of
THE NEW-YORK MERCURY, ronUininit the opening of thli
deli-litful novelette, will be ready for the public, and we proph?
et} for it an unparalleled "hit"
A BREEZE off tho OCEAN.?W~nev er could
ucderitttid that fa-hlo'iable philorxopby wheh teache? tha?,
' In.11" at Newport and Saratoga, a. d loug ride? on the be*?:h it
Cipe May and Loos Branch, are ,-ali- i later] to deudeii the heat uf
Align?t, and keep man and womankind properly coot Our Idea
of Summer comfort ii a good cigar, a deeanter of therry, ?nd it. y
retding, fur half the duy. at Ittaat S.ich reading for Irstance, aa
hundredt ot tboniand? will Und in the iui.xilt.ble Ned Buuliine'?
roui,king new ?tory ot 'THF SHELL-HUNTER; Or, AR
OtBAN I.??iE-(?H i?r."-- the brut -hinter- of which wl 1 appear iu
THE NEW-YORK MERCURY st noon TO-DAY. Thi? ?torv
of fun, frolic, love, ?nd itirrint adventure on old Neptune't bil?
lowy domain, ta ?urr to prov? tbe ticbett thing of tbe *e*?on.
IF YOU CXNT GO to NEWPORT or HA KA
TO(?A. go to the netreat Newi Det-ot md get THE NEW
YORK MERCURY, and read "TilE SHELL-HUN TER."
Tblt aparkliiig 8.iun.ier Story bel?gt In New-York, ia continued
imong th? liland* of tbo South Pa. inc. and ends?but tbtt yon
m at read and tii.d out. ,
A "LIVE STORY, Sparkliug all Over.?If
you never read one of NED HUNTLINE'S Sea Stori.i,
g?t THE NEW-YOKK M'RCI RY, and read the opening
cLipteraof "THE SHELL-HUNTER; Or, Am O. ? ta Lois
Chx.b." The title Itaelf i? a romance.
THE ORBbVT EASTERN of .story papers.
-THE NEW-YORK MERCURY comet ont tbi* week
with a New !*tory of Fu:i sal Se:iti?n??-t, Land and Sea, by
NED BUNTL1NE. Read the hr?t ? h.pt?... and you are In for
a rmite.
AN Ot'KAN LOVE CHASE.?It is in the Sum
met time that we love to ?lunge into the &???. or Sail upon
it. or Bead about it. "THE SHELL-HUNTER; Or, Th?
Ot Ki.y L.VB-CHtiB'-the New Sea Romance by NED BUNT
LINE?take? uilwher.- it it slwayt Summer?to the roinanti
liland? of the South Pacific. Trie reader* of the largeit ?nd
beat fcurcent weekly ever publi.hed-THE NEW-YORK
MERCURY- hate a raie treat in thii ?parkUiif-and delicious
?tory. _
LANDSMEN. AHOY.'?The fa?t?aiUni/ dipper
MERCURY itar?i on a new voyage of Romane? and Ad
v-utnre tlii* day with a no!,!? freight. in:l i.lu ? NED III Ni'
LINE'S Sp-ikling Stoiy "THE SHELL HUNTER, Or, A
Luv? Cha.b "M in? 0< kin.'' Stay at-home traveler, cannot
have a more delightful ex union, nor get more intellectual ?nil
m i -itional enjoyin-iit fur four e?nti a week, Iban by embarking
on thi. voy .ge.
nPHE MOST DELICIOUS OF ALL DROLL
X AND SPARKLING 8T0RIES ia the lovely Romance of
the Sea, whi hope.... lathi? week'. NEW-YORK MERCURY,
the1arge?t, the u.o-t vaji.-d. uio*t liit.-re.'ing, and itiott valuable
of tbe four rent wrekli.-*. Read the " 8HKI.L-HI NTER; Or,
a Li.vk ( n i?r ..v in? O. ..?.i," by Neil Kuutliii-., whi h begin?
today. Read th.- whole paper, and SSSV A clear lea and no
favor ia all w? atk ; only the favor of a fair trial and au honett
veidl't._"_^^^_^
??/1BT THE BEST.?GET THE NEW
Vl YORK MECURY! Oei the largert and best weekly
paper every puhliihed anywhere for four ??erit* ! liet the w-ortn
of jonriiK. ev! (let NED HUNTLINE S new itory: "THE
SHELL-HUNTER; Or, ?sOtMsa L'..?Cih.?k, whn-h beriui
tbitwr.k. Ott the pacer that ?ive* you the giesleat intereit,
variety, and ?t.rlmg value for four -ent*.
(?ET THE NEW-YORK MERCURY!
lie -u.-?? aud get it !
T?T?PL?ASURE TRIF nfth.' ?iREAT EAf?T
ERN to Cape May coat t?n dol?an and the extras: out th
trip in THE NEW-YORK MERCURY, with "THE SHELL
HUNTER; Or, a.i Oiba.n Un Cha.b." in ?.<ar.b ot that
-Bright isle of ojr own,
Iu a blue Summer ocean, far oli aud aloue,
Under the da.hmi pilotare of NED HUNTLINE, Trince of Sex
Romancera, If not ?f Whalea, will co?t only f?ir cent? a week,
(let the ino-t yo i COB for your uiouey, and " f/st tin? be??."
npH? UNION WON'T BE DISSOLVED unti
X THE SHELL HUNTER (NED HUNTLINE'S new itory
-ju.t ccmiueiired iu the NEW-YORK MERCURY) 1? done
and tiuiahed. Ned ha? only to ?pin it out, and the Uulou i? ?afe ;
for nobody who read? the ?lit chapter* will risk lo.ing the re
uitxind.-r. That'? io !
? ? T_E NE\V-YOROlERCrRY IS GOING
X AHEAD OF ALL THE WEEKLIES. '
You bear thi? observntion on the car., in the ?teamboat?, in the
crowd? on ihe Oleat Eastern, among the newiboy?, everywhere
?Eatt, Wf-t, North, and Sooth?wh-'e the p?op',e congreg.te.
Regluwlth tl.e new ?tory of ihe ' SHELL-HUNT?.R-A Ko
mam s o? the Six and Shoks, Nbw-V.ikk abd Pa. iric,"
now ready, by BED HUNTLINE. Rctd the paper well over,
aud tee i! it ia not one o! tha lv?UssL ia>;ieit, and beat paper?
ever pabliahed on the An.ericau i:outillent. Tbe largeit and
.heapent paper in 11* world for four cent?.
?THE MOST BRILLIANT. THE MOST
X VARIED, THE MOST INTERESTINO WEEKLY
PAPER .-ter published iu tlxis country u THE NEW YORK
MERCI RY. We challenge t companion with any aud all
others ll jou have not ieen it of late, get the nuufber out to?
day, and trad it. W* will ?hide the verdict
rpiIE ZO.?YE OF STORY WRITERS, NED
X III M LINE, dtth?! into * new itory iu THE NEW
YORK MERCURY of thi? week. '??'.. Land read the opening
?h*lit?T* of "THE SHELL HUNTER; OR. AN OCEAN
LOv? CHAPF.-A ROMANCE OF LAND AND SEA.'"
N
LIVE GENIUS BEFORE ASTIQUATED
RAI.DF.RDASn.-?etTUE NF.W-YORK MERCURY,
now reedy, ?'.?I r-ad NED HliNTLI.NF.'S new itiry, 'THE
S H KLL ill NIT II." j nt ?tartiiig on s tiip to the coral Meada of
the bl .e l-V-ll. :._
ED BUNTLINE'S NEW STORY opv?s wit!;
IM ream? at T*)br?, then come pigt' feet and ?our
km-it; then nil m* beautiful ya. It'or tbe S-nth Pa inc. it
like, NED to wit'.. * I .v.--t r> on the aait >?? loam.
rf_E MET I OR FLASHlNGn?EFORE THE
X EYES, and ju.t above ihe head* of million! of people,
a i!....iiei.d milei ?part, was meiely a foierunner of NEU
?I NTL1NES new ?tory in the NEW-YORK MER?
CURY, ltjythi? week'i MERCURY, and w* have yon tor?.
READ THE NEW-YORK MERCURY!
READ NED HUNTLINE'S NEW STORY, THE
SHELL-IH NlEli:
BEAD AI L IDE SHORT STORIES.
READ THE (.EMS OP POETRY.
HEAD THE UOHSlrER'B (DUB, with iti itore* of Fun.
READ THF LADIES' PROMENADE, full of delightful
? i.EAl>0THE " HINTS AND HELPS FOR THE YOUNO,"
full of u: ibislnstrn. ti- u.
BEAD*ALL ABOI T " OHAPES AND WINE."
READ ALL THE BRILLIANT EDITORIALS.
READ tie mot interettiiig, moat valuable, end altogether the
belt edited paper ever priuted on thi* Continent.
4 METEOR NUMBER.
THE CHAMPION PAPER.
MAGNIFICENT AS THE ORF.AT EASTERN.
POPULAR AS THe"s?vENTH REGIMENT.
UNSURPASSABLE-.?.* THE ZOUAVES.
THE SHELI/HUNTER;
Oh,
AN OCEAN LOVE-CHASE,
BY NED HUNTLINE.
Ori-NS IN THE NEW-iORK MERCURY,
READY THIS DAY.
If tbere are any peraon? who have not r?ad THF. NEW
YORK MEM I RY. they sre kindly advued t? tecuie a copy of
th* i .e??i.t number, re*d the opening chapters of th? new ?tory,
and ;>eru?e it? vailed conten'.*._
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THE ILLUHTRVTID HORSE DOCTOR, by Edward
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OFFICIAL ILLUSTRATED RAILWAY OUIDE
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UNITED STATES AND THE CA?UDAS.
Content? of ___, _-._
APPLETON'8 ILLUSTRATED RAILWAY GUIDE FOR
AUGUST.
I IfSf?mi Isirai'iTieyt to llailway Traveler? in reference
lo Tin.? Table?, fee.
11.?FotTBiiT A-tD Bioo-uphicalSbbtch opHesbt Wbli?,
of th. American Expreie Company, with Phrenological De
lineiiti-u? of Cbarai-tar. by Fowler A vVell?.
III.-Railwav? *a-?i> tbbib Pa.tuiUH.-T?e Weit and lu
Rail?.yi; Progreat of Philadelphia, New Railway Map?;
T he Ptdfic Railway of M ??our i. Illinoll Central Kail we- ;
Th? Senthem (Miiiluippl) Raliwey, Mem, hi* and Little
Rork Railway; Hudtoii River Railway i Miebigan Central
hail? ,y , ( .r.-m Wettern Rail? ay ul ( aluda . St. Lotdl, A it- nt
and Ckirsgn Railway , New York and New Haven Railway :
Ei" Peuuiylvania Railway; Chicago and Rock Iilaud Rail
way; Cincinnati, Han.lit-n and Dayton Railway; Marietta
and Cn.eliiu-.ti Railway ; Madiaon and Indianapolli Railway:
New-l'oik Cetitral Rafiway ; Dayton aud Minhigau llailway ;
Grind Ti ink Hallway of Canada, Toledo and Wabaah Hall
way; Michigan Boutliarn Railway; Wabaah and Weitem
Railway, Cleveland and Erie Railway.
IV.?Axa? iiotbs as? IscmBHT? or Tbavbl.?Make, yoar
Hom? B?au'lful: A Child of tbe Railway; Tbe two John
m Hu?, Dead Heading one Lar/eBiU; A Western Polin
dan.
V.?Tua-HT'e Btrtm to the Principal Watering Plecae.
Spill?-?, and Placea of Faahiuuable Retort in the Dinted
VI.?I'mtbi? Htatii" Ti?i I.vniCATos. abovriug the Difference
of Time between the v ulom OMfeM of tho United States, in
eludir- ?in Kranriaeo, California, and London, England -
wlthillilitrstioii.
VIL?N?*bit On? HrsDBBO Rail? vt Map?, repre-etnting
the Principal Railway) of the Country, their Statittlc?, Dit
taura Cui.nei lion?, be, North, South, Ea-t, and Weit
VIII.-A 1.4,,. a Kaii.-aa. Mac.
IX.?A (JtiarTBKK nr th? Cu stkt.
X.?A List or Pbk?a-ib-?t Hir-at.-.
XL?N-nt Tibb-Tablb? to date, lie.
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L THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT. Gov. Sewaxd'i
Rctheiter Speech of 1H58; with Charlea O'Conoi'i Union
Meeting Speech, Dec- 19, 1859.
II. THE DEMOCRATIC LEADERS FOR DISUNION.
Sur, h ot Henry Wil.icn of Masaschuaetts, in the Semite, Jan.
2?, I Ml
III. THE ADMISSION OF KANSAS; Oov. Sewnrd'i great
Speech, In Senate, r eb I", ltfSO.
IV. NATIONAL POLITICS: Speech of Abraham Lincoln of
1.Hi,.-la, at the Cooper Iii-tltot*?, New-York, Feb. 27, l-sti, Jaiaet
Il Doollttle'* V indication ol VV taconaln.
V. LAND FOR THE LANDLESS: Tbe Hun. Gafnaha A.
Orow'? Speech, in the Houae, Feb. 2d, HAO.
VI THE LIKE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN-By an IllhioU
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THE GREAT EASTERN.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
EXCURSION TO CAPE MAT.
The Or.at Eastern ileamthip, John Vin? Hall commandai,
will mate as
EXCURSION TRIP TO CAPE MAY AND RETURN,
Leaving New-Yoik on
MONDAY, July M, ?t ? o'clock p. m.,
Arriving at Cane May early tue next day.
Ratnrniag, leave Cepe May an
TUESDAY EVENINO, July ?Lit ?o'clock,
Anhing in New-York on the following morning.
Thii trip ha* b-eu emiaged with a view of affording the ?xeor
tioDlxta au opport.iBity of ? itnea.in? In ?peration the vaat motive
Eower of ths ?hip (both piddle ?nd ?crew ?nglre*), of ezhibit
lgby practical experience her admirable ?ailing and ?*? quail
He?, a? well a* to ?pen.I a day In the bight of the mmob at OM s(
the mo?t fashionable watering place? In America.
DODWORTH'S c?LEoRATF.D BANDH
(Both Military and Cotillon)
Will at-.compsny the Excursion.
MEALS tnd REFRESHMENTS m*y be obtained on board
*t ?lodeiatt prie?*.
Exc?Mloiiiit* must be on boaid *t*?mer ISLAND BELLE,
foot of Hkii.mond at, not Later than ) p.m. oa th. ?Oth.
Ticket* for the round trip, ? 10, it tb? office of th? Adam? Rr
pre** Company, No. ?9 Broadway, and at the ticket ofnc?, on the
wharf foot of Hammond at. Stalav-rooui* extra.
Maltr? i.ei only will be ' ii.lab.ad for geul.emeii in the dirfur
eat compartment* and deck? of the ship, for which there will
It no churg?. J. H. YATES, Se-jrelary.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
SCHEDULE OF PLEASURE TRIPS
on board the itesuunip
O RE AT EASTERN,
prior to her return to Europe, Aug. 16, I860.
The ?team.hip (1REAT EASTERN, Jona Vine Hall, com?
mander, will leave North River, off Hammond-?!., on
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, Aug. I,
at 6 o'clock preclse.y, for
OLD POINT COMFORT
and
ANNAPOLIS ROADS,
landing eieur?tonlati (without extra cturge) at
NORFOLK and BALTIMORE,
arriving off Old Point Comfort Friday evening.
Will leave Old Point on SUNDAY MORNINO. Aug. 5, at 5
o'rlock, arriving at Annapolis Roada on Sunday afternoon, and
Baltimoie on Sunday tvenlug.
Excorticnitti cm thua leave New-York on Thursday evening,
enjoy an ocean ride of 900 mile? by day and night ou the (.reel
Eaaieru, ?teaming up the Chcaapeake by daylight, apeud tiie
night in Baltimore, and reach New-York (via Philadelphia) by
railroad on Monday evening, Ang. 6.
The ( Ireat Eastern will connect at Old Point with iteamer up
Jmiiei River to R.i.-l?nond, and with tbe car* at Norfolk and
Poitamoutii for all Point* South and South-Went.
D?DWORTH'S 8PLENDID MILITARY BAND
Will *ccomp*ny the excurdon, and remain on board during the
entire trip.
MEALS AND RFRESHMENTS will befurnUhed at * moder
?te charge.
STATEROOM BERTHS ONE DOLLAR EXTRA
Fue fron. New-York to Old Point, Norfolk and Portsmouth.. R6
Fare from New-York to Baltimore. 8
Par? from Old Point Comfort to Annapolii or Baltimor?. 3
EXCURSIONISTS MI ST BE ON BOARD ON THURSDAY
AT ? P. M.
Tir-kct? will be r.ady on Tuesday at Adam? It Co 'a Kxpreu
office, No. Ml Broadway, where ?MM of the cabins can he se?:n
and ?tateroouu lecured.
HO ! FOR CAPE MAY
IN COMPANY WITH TIIE
OREAT EASTERN.
The ?learner DELAWARE, S>
of the Recular Line between New York and
Philadelphia,
will leave Pier No. 14 North River,
Oa MONDAY,
July 30, at 3 o'clock p. m.,
airivlng at Cape May Lauding ?arly next morning.
P??.n ii.i g passenger* will take the steamer BOSTON tit Cap?
May. ou'l I hSDAi, July 31, at J o'clock, accompanying ta?
Great Eeattrn borne.
Exeurtion Ticket!, to go and teturn, ?S.
Berth* Fie?. Al?ala and itatatoom? extra.
Berth? and ?tatvroou.t can be tecored by applying at th? of?
fice, Pier No. 14. North River.
FREDERIC PERKINS, Agent,
Pier No. 14,
North River.
GREAT EASTERN EXCURSION.
One of tbe laraean Steamboat? ?float, the
HENDRIK HUDSON,
Will accompany the Mammoth Oreat Eastern down the Bay on
MONDAY, July 30,
for the purpose of giving all a . haxnee to -e<- the Big Ship in
motion. Dodworlh's Military and CotilUon Baud will be on
board. FARE OinLY FIITY HUMS.
Refr. ?hmem? on board.
Leave? 9tb-tt, Eut River, at.12:00
Lea-, ? ? r u Itoii-at., Brooklyn at.12:15
L. v..-? mot ui 22d ?t., North River, at. 1:30
Leave? foot of lOUi-st, Nonh River, at. 2.OU
Leaves ( lumber? it , North River, at. 2:30
or at *oou a. the ihip leave*.
EXCURSION of the GREAT EASTERN to
CAPE MAY.
Tit Wet? to be had at ADAMS'S EXPRESS OFFICE, No. 59
Broadway, and at the TICKET OFFICE, on lb? WHARF, foot
of Hammond-?t.
?* l?ISHINO B/aNKS, -AHOY!"?The commo
JL dim?, tafe aad fast ?en-trteamer CROT?N, ('apt. R. S.
HOFFMIKE, tt-i-ted- by Cape. NATHAN ANDERSON,
Jr., bavin? been put lu complete order, will Coutlnu?
bar
?he
R?i
ruxd Fiihlng Tackle ?upplied. Fare for th* Excursion, 5? cent*
stloidlug a In? ?all and view of the Bay, ItlanJi, and Porti
?ssRawaV
XCUBxSION DOWN the BAY to WITNESS
tl.t DEPARTURE of the OREAT EASTERN.-Th? Har
E
lern and Spuyten Duyv?l Nav Co.'? aUauier TIUER will leave
th? Century House, near klnaibridg?, ou MONDAY, July ?Ml, at
1 p. m., ?topiTug a' Furdliaui Landing, Morris Dock, Toiiiiluson'i
Wrodl, Htfli Bridge. Micoinb'? D-m Harlem, llth-at, and
Pick-ilip? leaving Harlem at 1:3H and Pcck-iHp at 2:S>) p ui ?
and thence down tbe Bay, atfordiug a hue opportunity of viewing
the Oreat Ship under notion. Fare for th? excuraiou, 50 cant*.
EXCURSI?N to the "COxtL FIELDS ?f
PENNSYLVANIA."-Th? CENTRAL RAILROAD of
NEW JERSEY wis tell EXCURSION TICKETS during the
Stimmet through thii region, commencing June ?. Fare for the
eniire Eicnrsiou, a>7 50. Tickets good for ten day?.
Leave Courtiandt at. at 6 and ri h. m., 12 m., and 4 p. m.
Ls-ave I".? ? No. 2 N. K. at 7j and 111 a. to., and 3? p. in. Apply
loi ticket, at either p.are.
For further UiloTiuatiou apply to U. P. BALDWIN, Uuuural
1 ickel Agent, No b? Wall-it._
EXCURSION Witt the OREAT EASTERNV
Ihe ?l--....-r RED JACKET will scconipuuy the (Jraat
Eauemaifar a* Sandy Ho?.?., ou MONDAY, July 30, 1860
1 Ham
E
Laave pier No. 2 North Hiver at a* p m. ; leave foot liamnjoud
?t. at 2:3?' p. ir. The Red la. ket will so around St.it.-n III"-'
Ivor return to New? V oik. Fare for theExctirsion 50 ceuts.
GREAT EASTERN EXCURSION.?The ?oa
?t.timliott MAY-FLOWER will accompany th? big ?hip
, :. MONDAY, July SO, outild..- of Ssudy H....? gnii g ? t-.. .? op?
portunity of wituc.ing tb? mammoth ?hip under full headway ?
a ?igbt wall woith ???? in: A cotillion hand on board. The May
Flower wit built exp:t??ly for is* going, and po*te??et good ac?
commodation? for Udie*. Tbe boat will i?ave *4J ?t.. Eut River,
12:45; 11th ?t., 1: South .that., VViluam.bjrgh. 1:15, Peck
?llp, 1:45; Pier No. 4. N R. 2; Sprint?t, -.3"; Uamuond
,t , 3 p. m. Far? or tbawhoUext union, ?0 cent*. KelYatbmenU
ou boaid.
?p RAND EXCURSION W?TII THE GREAT
VX EASTERN TO SANDY HOOK-Ob MONDAY, July *),
M?.', th* tarait? Hi Must ii?omas m NT. c?pt. E. 11. flail,
will make an Exeurtion down th* Bay, with lb* Oreat Eaa4-.ru,
a* Ihr aa Bandy Hook, leaving bar pier, foot of Barclay tt . at
.1 p m , ihu. ?It'oiding a rai? opportunity t> aeu th* Mammoth
Ship und. r IV ..?--*w?y. Ti. ket. ?1.
G "RAND EXCURSION.?Sailiii- i-t the GREAT
EASTERN -The tavoriU .teamboxt KEY PORT. Capt
ARROW S.M I I'M, will make an Excuraiou down th? B?y. oa
MONDAY. July 10, leuving pier foot of Robinson-.t, ?t 21
o'clock go upthuNoith River, ulirn the lirtast EasUm. ac
conipanytng her a? far et Handy Hooa. atlordinn a fine view of
Forttne.ticni of the Harbor. Highland, ot Nav?eink, and th?
l )ce?n, ?? well a* tbe aal lug qualltb?. of the bugeat *??wel in the
uorld. Tii'let, ?or li.? Exei.rai.-i *1, to i.e bad ot R. F.LR
V\ ORTH. cuiutrofDay ?ud Writ .t? or on bo*rd the Key
Poit betweru tt? hour, ol :?? and 4 o'clock. _
GREAT EASTERN.
EXCURSION TO CAPK RUT. _._-_
FxcBi?loiii*t?\?l't be taken o? board the OREAT EASTERN
hv the ateamet ISLAND HEM???. <V-o.n tb?; whar, r*o* of Ham
i nord ?t. Th. y are reqne.ted te be ou board it t p. m. on MON
DA V , .'.leh iu.t , at w uich lour Ibe ?ttasui*?- KUI lt-ar? the w laatf
DPBK i"'w and ?wi't ?st?itni)??fit THOMAS 1'.
M. WAY will leav? Pi*r No *' North River, foot of Day ,? .
?tll> m on MONDAY, Jaly ?0. sud awom-Mny the OR? AT
r \STFRN do?-ataw)Nsii?w* gmng p*.?engort a?fuU view of
th'j 'Big Slip' ui.ltarful'. .t'?i" Sunny Hook ?.id tne Atlautlc
Oca.ii. Mi?K > ?? twf.Mlint?!.!? on ha?*r??. Fax? ?v0 ..nu
AVOUNG MARIGED COI PLE ara aruxiou?
to und ?suite ot Ihr??* FL'RMSHCD ROOMS with
HOARD in ? *tl???*>> private laml.y in tl.l? , ?ty. where the? can
m?? t WlD;a-migenl?! )oo,,. company and enjoy the comfort*uf ?
la^me. Tbey Woud wlrth t.? be where no b, ?rder? are or will be
t.kea. For ?uch ?. commodMion* the ?dvertiier would be will
In? to p?l?a good remuneration. Rafereuce. a? to hlgh.it re
tp..-tihlHIy glten mil expecteJ. No bo.rdli'.? ho?ae keeper need
*?".,?..?SI? l7 ?,'PlJr-l'X Addtaxax. -tatlug uarticul*r?, "A?
V I KTlSfcR. ' Box l.rlV.p.i.t trflue
B
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AENUM* AMERICAN MUSEUM.
GREAT EAetTEStlt, AHOT !
BARNUM SPILL IN TUX PIXLtt
-ad oteri
A BETTER ?ILL OP ATTRACTIONS THAN EVER"
Who can fail to ?*? thie -jeat _
^ COMBINATION OP WONDERS and NOVBLTaaO"
T)ie gTetteet ever -fT?r*d In the world for lV-ety-fe-re Otatd
WMO WOULD MOT OIVE
?at* CENTS TO SEE THE ?*., CENT? TO ?**? J??
GIANT BABY I ! LIVING SEA IdONI
dgaMi
Old.
?
Reajoi/ee in ttbl*. .11 "In ?*d
eet? 90 lbs. tab ?siiy,
w?brh? 1,000 Iba
A?CENTS TO8EB THE
ALBINO FAMILY f
Hem of Black Per-nta. M hav?
ing Wette Uairaj Skin,
Pink Eye., ?a.fco.
?53 CENTS TO SEE A
LlirllAe Wax Klg-ore of
tommy;
Weigh? 2*7 Beende,
Meeiuree ?1 irtebee roun 1.
1 ( ENTS TO SEE TUE
vino "what is rrr
or Man-Monkey
The mott curio-;, and Intere-t
ving wonder.
IM CENT? TO SEE THE
AU! ARIAL GARDEN)
With rare Urine Flab, as - ? -i .,
BEAUTIKUL ANGEL-PISH, lb? Jeptuwae. with tee
SEA-PORCUPINE, I S ut of Ciotue*
RED SNAPPERS. and an Attograph U-ttet
BROOK TROUT, Ac. fer to Mai Ulan* ?
33 CENTS TO SEE T1?E 133 CENT8 TO SEE THE
LIVING SKELETON ! B VBY ANACONDAS?
MONSTER SNAKES) HA?PY LAM1LYI
WAX FIGURES? LIVING SEAL t
LIGHTNING CALC?LATE' son NATION'L PORTRAITS t
25 CEM8 to wve and hear BUDWORTH'S, ?at?
wood's MaNstbrls;
ander the entire ?np-rtliion of J. H. BudaijSk. the beet band of
Etuiopiax Mim-tr-i >, Pbhio-iatob?. Bavcbm,?-.,
'? the country, rarb sad ?very one ef which le aectared, by
thon-sudi, to be worth
(ENTS TO SEE, ALONE, aad yen, testa? ?Mie.
ii
CENTS, all.' all ! th?te iivi-a woudera.
THE SPLENDID PERFORMANCE?,
If
In the AFTERNf)ON, at ?, und EVENINO, at I -"ete-Jt,
and '5? ff?i ci RIOSIT1E4,
?-0111 ?very tart of the World?ALL, ALL, ALL,
-._ __ ere to b? teen, for ?
33 CENTS, at BARNITTB AMERICAN MUSEUM,
Which Ii OPP.N AT ALL HOURS, DAY" AND EVINIRa.
Children under ten year?, 15 enta.
IBLO ? GARDENT '
Je?. M. Nixon.Leatee and Maaeger.
NIXONS GRAND CIRCUS,
NIXON'8 (iRAND CIRCUS,
NIXON'S GR'IfD CIRC 1-1,
NIXON'S GRAND CIRCtS
From ASTLEY'S ROYAL UIPITU EATER, LONDON,
With ALL THE GREAT ORIGINAL trTARR
MU? /OVARA, HANLON BROTHERS, ROBINSON,
CUAR.'.TON. DlfVERNAV, DE BACH. QUA 3 LI EN I.
PENTLAND.tlft? Court Jea-r,?Htb
PORTY AUXILIARIES, EaC H OF BRILLIANT TALENT.
Will open on MONDA Y, Joly ?), I860 '
FOR A SHORT SEASON
Prior to Its tw-Mrtare on its great South?*-* and Werte'*
Tour. _
OPENING NIGHT.
The Superb Hi-torte Peg eat* of
THE CHINESE FESTIVAL,
THE CHINESE FESTIVAL,
THE ? HINE'E FESTIVAL,
THE CHINESE FESTIVAL,
Wilh ? moit attractive Pr-yrraniine.
THE FIELD OP THE CLOTH OP GOLD.
THE CURRICULUM.
THE STEEPLE CHASE; Or,
LIFE IN MERRY ENGLAND.
Sit thoroo-b-bred English Honet have been imported to Bat??
this ip ? i.did delineation of Englith ?potting life tfeBBBteBja*)
perfect.
All the?e will le produced iu rapid .uc.-eesion.
AU the ORIGINAL MUSIC, by Mr JOHN OOOEE.
Leader of Um OrcmtmUt,
THE CONCERTS.
The popular Concent, led by Mad. VON BEREEL, wilt t*J
continued in the Muiic Saloon during the Eqnes*-rlaB Seaicc*.
REMEMBER.
TWO GORGEOUS EQUESTRIAN MATINEE? WEEK?
LY, eveiy WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at > o'clock p. m,
PRICr.S OK ADMISSION.
Family Circle, entrance on Crosby et.13 SSS?S
Pani'ietand DreeeCircl?.Hctut
iiniiutu Chain.fel.
Prltate Boxee.?5 and fed.
WALLACK? THEATER.
GLORIOCS ACHIEVEMENTS
Of
OUR YOUNG AMERICAN COUPLE,
MR. AND MRS
W. J, FLORENCE
MONDAY EVENING JULY 3n, 18(30,
DOMBEY A SON.
Capt. Cuttle.Mr. Floreo ??
Ai performed by him at tbit evtabl Ufa ment during the past titre?
weeki, to crowded bootet.
Attar which,
LESSONS FOR HUSBANDS.
Fanny Tvttle, laainuiing live ditierent charactere with
IODg??iid dance*,.Mrs. W. J. PloMB*??
TUESDAY,
TOOLLES NIGHT.
T-odle?..Mr. Pltrrerc*
Wj^T?irir?RD?N.
On MONDAY EVENING, J'ily fe),
THE WONDERFUL RAVEli,
Commence the ?eeond w?ek of their engigen-ent at the)
Winter Garden. Moet gratefully ?entibie of the klodoeea
which hai -atliertd uiihtly arouud them iu their new home ?*t*b
crowd* of patron* and fiTeMaS, they beg reap?-tlully to tiuantc?
that Uiii i? their
FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT
In America, and the latt opportunity of 'netting tho?e to ?bo-i
for ?o many yean they have been indebted fvi a uieet gaivroue
and uutiriiu- lupport. During this eu-?gemeat they wtti en?
deavor ?a far at poieible to appear in ca-h tad ell ef i '
piece? which have maiu'.ained for ?o long e period to ?J7-*-*4i.
a link between
THE WONDERFUL RAVEL?
and the public of New-York. There will, .on-equeatly, be *
change of performance every evening.
MONDAY,
GABRIEL AND FRANCOIS,
both in comic and original p?rt?.
FOUR ENTERTAINMENTS.
Laughable Cciuic Pantomime,
M. DECUALUMEAU.
The ?niiiaiiia diverti ?sentent.
THE HELLE OF MADRID.
EL TRAPEZO,
By V? .. , t i.en a.
THE CORDE TENDUE
A Lehmann in the Baaket Dauc?. Mile. ( iilariid, without pole*,
Julian Philip, and Paul Maitiuette ou the rope at once.
LAURA I?ENE*- THEATER. ~~
Le-are and Manage?-.Mr. Joearei Jar-r-nuo-g
Stage Manager.....T..Mr. James Staurt-ned*
Mu-?cal Dire-tor ..Thoi B?k?r | ScenicArttat.I. E Hsveat
Prompter.T. B, 4~w_*
CONTINU'BD SUCCESS.
MONDAY, July 30,
And ?very evening till further notice,
OUR AMERICAN COUSIN.
Mn. JOHN WOOD.as.PTcreneei.
Mr. JOS JEFFERSON.a?.Asa T\-r?ura-trd
Mr. E A SOTHERN.ai.Lot? l)ondi-s-e-*
Mr. J. BURNETT.as. ...t'oyla
Mr. COULOOCK.?-.Mi
Mi. PETERS,.at.B
Mn. CHANFRAU.ee.Eaaenia
Mr?. VTNING.ee.Mn. Mo-MUaa-aaiBgtaa
Miw JEFFERSON.as........X?opMm
ana
Mill SARA STEVENS as Mary Meredith.
New acd Beiutifo' Scenery.
THE AMERICAN COUSIN POLEA,
By THOMAS BAKER,
will be per'or'i ' d every evening
Doon open at ">i ; commence at 8 precisely.
Seats may be lecured on? week in advene-?.
PALACE GARDENS-T?IS EVENING.?
GRAND Ml SICAL ENTERTAINMENT,
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL.
The follow!' g emit ent talent will appear in conjunction with
Mr J F- STKATTON'8 Pal.ce Garden Orcte?ue.
Mr El'. ! 1ER Mi.? S MARSDEN
MImELLA M. WREN. MIii? MARSDEN,
LITTLE MARTHA WRKN. Mr G. C. RF.XFORD.
Mr. GEO. CROZnOL Mr. W. H. CURRIE,
Mr. F. FICHER, LITTLE FRED WRKN.
Aduilaion, 16 cents
OW uii Free Exhibition, a choice- coUection of
OIL PAINTINGS.
St WHITLOCK'.^ GALLERY BBJ Canal ?j, west ef Breadw?y
I^TEjTN?TIONAL ART I?STITiJTIOl?
EXHIBITION OP PAH?--INOS,
No. ?"4 Broadway, cerner .i'4th--t.,
Opea from 10 e. at. te ? p. at?
Adiids?lon 21 cents
Co iXJIicm it ii.arj Zoncertu
N
AB8CONDED.--TWO bovB ?bewri4l?-?d bota
Madl?.in, N. J , on Monday, July *?? takln? with tkoom
fe 2. 0 is Money, ind a Due Bill fol * 100, the jwopt-riy of JAMES
KEKR, Madison. The .lide-t hoy, ntamj Wit. WATER?.
aged 13 yean, dark brown hair, blue eyes, fair rom-uexlou, and
itaiiiiuei? very bid'.y la hii .peech. The other bey, aged Kb
v-.r?. named El (.EN): IG ( KLEY.ihtrt. thi. k let, oadooxii*.
? ouiplexlen. Ar.v information retpe-'ting them ?1)1 be thank-?
fully received by their -M-eiits, andaUet-ral -?ward will be?
INFORMATION WANTED of AjasJUIHALD
Mt'TAGGART, from Can.tletoii, Ar-rylethlre, 8c<Hi?n?i, ?
Coppenmlth by trade. The last heard fmm him wea In Aa
trikl, 1?5~-, be WB1 then -topping with S luire Thorn, of New
V ork Any person who ran give the inforuiatioB of hit wliere
.....-..(. will '.ire.? HUGH M. i ALL. Ark-tiS P. 0 Lanktoa
County, e W._
Cbot-ib AuraopcT I?t ?AkTBB.vt, Jtdy 1?, IfelB.
ITKPAID WATEK RENIU? Notice it beitthB
J -iven that by an act of the L?igi,:?ture. FIVE PER CENT
wall be added to til unpaid Water Rent* en the Sret day ?f At*?
gu-t next. By order of the Cretan Pi oar 1
R C. UANCE, R*4-i-tr-tr.
- e
do ?port?mcn.
FISHING TACKI-E.
THOMAS a. BATE It Cm,
NaTWARREN-ST..
'_NEAR BROADWAY.
?rintitig.
AT JAMES EVeI?T^iEIaL*?? W?jdTtli-if Cai-is.
M ' I -S Ac -Thee? -?lebrated engraved Cards caa be had
only at the eld Cart Depet, No. lut Broad wajr, ?ortiaf DmsmtOkf
WM- KVERj5ELL(t^?8rNo.r04IVt^^
V? latest ?i,lei of WEDDING CARDS, Nona, EN
VELOPl-a, Ac '(Eaahliahatd ItiA)_
^orhe?, -Carriagio, &t
T? AMATEURS ot ?KTNE HOIWIi?---j?-?*^
ti'. .1 well-bred HORSES, ell t?t-u-d *T**^jZ?.
Kin, and tote weU trained SADDLE HORSES; tma*tm**mtw
ed. aVild l?w. i --it*i of 'J av anal *tU--4

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