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BaBVBT T. CLBVBLA-in, * 8ec_AArW
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Etatatee-Blh Ward.-A Regular Meeting of the Kight-ttrnth
"?A ?id Kepotiluar. Ataociation will be h. U at He-*quart?ri, No.
til ?d av., t-orner ol l.th it, on Tl ! 8DAY E v ENINO. July
$1 1(160, at tl p. m. Jill; L. BLACK, Pre-idet-t.
tea. M. sTiaifeBBI?T*i Secretary.
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DAY, the lit proximo, at 11 o'clock a m.
JAMES A HAMILTON, Pr?sident
W?. Wit?, Secretary.
Yooag, ?ten's Kepublirun Falon, Stuyvetant Irnti
t?te. No 659 rlroadway.?Regular Meeting at the Room?, Juiy
SI, lat?*, at 8 p. m.
Add re ales by
-Tac Hon O S FERRY, Member ot Coogreafrom Connectl -Ht.
The Hon. ALDEN J. SPOONER, Euitor of Brooklyn Evening
Sur, and Ve- M. H TE? FT8. eaq.
Singing by Rocky Moun ?lu Glee Club.
CEPHAS BRAlNF.KD, chairman of Lee Com.
..read W?u-?I.-Tlir Xlllth ASSEMBLY DI8
TRW 1 Kr.Pl t>Ll( AJtl CAMPAIGN CLUB will uitx-t THIS
Clwllia?) EVi.NlNO at No. (,24 bth at. at 8 o'clock. Member.
of the Club and Rrpublicant of the Ward are ieq it-it.-ii to a:
?eo*. Speaker, will be pr?tent
JOHN H. DAVI80N, Preiident
Ai.rB.BB Lam AiTBK, Secretary.
"Honest Old Abe.-VTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT LIN
COLJ. and HA.VL1N CAMPAIGN CLUB.?Every per-on
reaittioig in thi? Distiict, composed of part? of tbe Eighth, Ninth,
and Fiiteenth Warda, who ii friendly to th? election of LI.N
(XiLN and HA.ML1N. I? nui.-d to atienda me-ting of tbi?
??lab, ?t Bleeeker building?, corner of Bleecxer an i Mort >n.I?.,
?PUIS (Tueadsy) F\ EM.SG, at 7) ..'clock p. m. 8t??sk?r? will
adtlieM the meeting WM. F. T. ? U Al'M AN, Pros, pro tern.
i?a-hi.- H. t)?]iii,i a._?t.^ .
V\ ?. PaTTBH-O?, { Sa-?-?---?*-_
-?oiirhHrookltn Wide-Av?Hkee t pnn.lHlKm. \
Meeting Iu, tii? p,.rp.'?e uf oigauizallun will be held ou I HIS
(ToeMfaj) E.EM.NO, a, 8 o'eli?"t, at tbe Hall comer of Court
and Satket ?t AU young men fa, o rabie to th? ?ucee?, of
*' Honest Old Abe *' are invited to attend.
L. D. ST. G FUR? IE, L. W. MURRY,
A. DOCGHERTY, H. BR1STOW,
_P. LAKKIN._Committee.
I??-? retire "*?ect?on No. 9 Cadet? ot Temp?rance
will open then new Util, Ho. Xt>7 ?ow.-ry, Till? ( 1'ue-d??)
tlEMMi, July 31, where we curdlally luvite all metuiuei? of
the order to atei-t bi the dediatioii.
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M ASS.
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CEND ON YOUK ORDERS.
THE LIFE OP
ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
BY AN ILLINOIS REPUBLICAN,
Wig knowt well the Man and hit hiatery, it now ready, in a
"avrse compact Pamphlet of 32 doubl? column pagea, for general
etrculaUon a? a CAMPAIGN DOCUMENT.
CHAPTER 1-Eaulv Lira.
HU Ancntort?Hit Grandfather murdered by Indians?Hit Pa
-etila? Au Only Cnild?Advera? Cm? imataiic---- W -lei n
Srliooii Fifty *ieari Ago?Removal to Indiana? Work in the
Keieat?Letter-Writer lor the .--.eigliborho-jd?The Fir?l Great
aatarow?( Uaia tei ol hit Mother?Reatiing the Scripture? ?
"jeLf-Edueated? Firtt Book??Interesting lie ideut of Bovbaod
_1 a. J W ? -tern Pira- h-ra
CHaP'IER?11-Rbmiivai t<? Illinoi?.
lalixio.? in l??y? h-xplurer. iu the Northern and Middle Portion?
Of tbe Mate?character of the Country -Rrmarkatil" Iutlux of
Population?Remote! of ?h- Liucolu Fau.ily?Their M .de n!
Xiavel?Founding another Home?Building a Log Cabin anj
*bia*.!>K Ral..?SyuiboU
CHAPTER 111?Fi at-B'iatiian?Clbbk?l-miA.v Fii?utbr.
>'at-Beat* and rlat Boatmen?A Couunercial Revoluliuii?The
feWpSnu? ?l.in-oiu engage? to ta*u-a Flat boat to New-Or
?t-eii*? Incident of hi? ft.at Trip- Firtt entrance iuto Sangaiuon
faaafei Blllkil a K-iatandgo. ?to New Oilean??Take? charge
at* a Muie and Still at Net? SaJeiu?Primitive Cuatotua?Per*
??nal Popularity ? iheBla' k ll?*k War?\ ?a?*-fe*ail Pl?i t?-d
t ?pun.- Volunteer! a ?eeuud aud Third Time?The War
Fuded Return Home
CHAPTER I ? ? Mkh?ha.vt?8tRTBT'iB?Lbuiilatok? Law
tBB?
Jatxtc-uiii a canditUte fat Die Ler,i.iature?The vote of New-Salem
? Merchant agaiu- Studit? t iigllab liranimaT? Deputy Sur
??-.yor?Elected to the L,e-i?!atur??Douglas ? Opimun of Lin
e?Lti?lhe Tint T .?t of Gnuiui?StuJlea m?, and rriuovea to
bpriiigtitid- \ K.-ii,l..iai ?i,. ? Lin- ..n ? i n?. bpeecii?Poli.i
cai Cuinplexicn o: lln oi.fr Twenty i ear?? Lincoln R.- 'ig
air?d a? a Leader?1 wicn be le-ivr? tbe vote of hi? farty fur
b?esJtei? Summary of hla care.-i iu the Mate Legi*i?ture.
r CldAPlER V
Bea-o'vei to devot? limael to Ma P.-ofr??lon?Th.- PreiiJential
Cantata uf ?H40? la plac-d ^n tt.-- 1 itctural It lut?PintC-,ii
*-?'.? ?lth liji.gia??lb.- Law ?giin?Sou.?-of Lincoln'? char
acterlstic? at a Lawy?-r?Hi? Marriage? The Canva? ol 1-44 ?
|t agai'. pht'-ed on tbe F.lctoial Ticket ? 111* -.u.iioii? witu i^al
huuu (of Kanaan iiotoriety)?Hi? Bp??t?uhei on llie T'antJ?
Spaeiliealn Indiana
r I lUrTKH VI.-lx C.I--UM.
Cuaviii^ionily ininiinal^d for Cougie??? Hi? opponent, Peter
l anwriglii-? I upieeedented Majomy?hut r. Cuugreaa-A
brllli?n. Ariav .,f i.rrat Naniee?A l.on.ialent ?Vl'ig R. cord -
The Mexican v\ar?Lincoln votei for all ifie Supply Miii.?
Proatla fr .m tie R.. ot?? T 'he Po?itiat, of the W nl? Party in
re-laCon wlh? M-?nan War?Aahmuu'. Ree-iiuti.,ii-l'r?.?nt
Loadeia ol the liemo;ia y on lhe Mexican Wai?Siaveiy .u
the 1/1X11-' lu! t nali.lJl?.
CHAPTER VII.
R*4?*voii f<- R-tl'inf from ?ong'e.a-The Canva.? of 1852?Rep-al
el the M. .a. uii ? un.p.'0iA.i.e?Again m P . litis- Eii.'Ouu.eii
?aii ?lougla??KelL-at of the ? Little ttiaut"?An OppO'lllull
L?'g>.aiui?? r.e lita ?.f I S Sea? at M?iBaB?aimsa????oj|
e? ?i. Liueoln-Organization of Ule Rep?blica:. Party in lili
?'Oat-Bpe-t-h of I**?.
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IMPORTANT MEDICAL and PHY8I0LO0I
?JAL WUHK, whl'h all el,o-ild read, aa it impart? kuowi
eaigr uevei before published Thoa? aftr.-t-td w-th Nervouxiese,
B?\.."ity, los, aid g?ueral, or who deiire a kno?l?d*t of the
late.t ?ihyaiologi-'Jti re-a-ai'raw? ?hould oet fall to ,?ad It 400
rea and ir-ariy 100 engraving? Prit- ?I Maiind and m,d by
B LA WRENCE, No 1 Veeay ?t. AMaw Houm. N Y.
In PfiJiflg, aiai NEARLY READY:
ALFKED B STREET*? NEW BOOK.
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1 vol. I':." Cloth. ?125
1er ?<ru>-?... i ii?d Ediion'copi?? and ibowbilli will be
?at w'u ft).i orden A liberal disc o an?, made lo the (rade
M. ?JOOLatDY, No 4J Walker at, New-Ynk.
c
AMPAIGN E0CUMENT8.
We Invite the attention of the filendi.of the Republican cant?
to the following li.t of document*:
LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OP
HON. ABRAHAM LINGO L'N ?
(Authorized edition)
By D. W. BARTLETT.
Bound In cloth, with Steel Portrait, 854 page? Price ?L
Pottage prepaid.
An abridged Edition, paper rorera, 25 cent*.
LINCOLN'S AND DOUGLAS'S SPEECHES In the great
Illinois Campaign of 1358, royal octavo, 288 pagei, itttched, 35
cent* a copy. ?30 per hundred. Postage 10 ?unta.
THE LEMON SLAVE CASE?Full History of the ('?-?,
with opinion* of the Judge? and argumenta of counsel. Price
2S cent? ? ver 100, ?16. Po-ttge i cant?.
THE CASE OF DEED 8COTT-A large pamphl. t of 100
page?. Pottage paid. One copy, 25 cent* j four copie?, ?1;
twelve cup.*- $2 25.
THE TRIBUNE ALMANA. for 1B60 contain. Popular Vote
for President by State? ; Return of Election*. Price (portage
paid), 13 cents ; 12 copie*, ? 1 ? 1"0 copie?, ?8.
HELPERS IMPENDING CRISIS OF THE SOUTH
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KEi'UBLICAN SONGSTER > Price 10 cent*
THE BOhOLINK MINSTKEti. } each.
THE VA IDE-A.VArvJ*. V ( X A LIST, i Postage paid,
FREEDOM'S BATTLE-CRY. Words and Mutic. 2 cent*.
Postage 1 cent.
REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN MUSIC, No. 2. " We'll Con
qu*r or Die ,'' foi niale voice. ; two tenon and tivo bate*. Price
3 cents ; 4 cents by lonix, postage prepaid.
REPUBLICAN POCltET-PlSTOL. Price 5 cent*. Portage
paid.
THE BARBARITIES OP SLAVEBY.-Mr. Sumner*! re
rent .pee.-h lu the Senate, with Hammond'i " ILLUSTRA?
TION," l? Semi-Weekly Tribun? of June tj. Price 4 cent* per
copy, ?2 per hundred. Pontife 1 cent per copy additional.
CAMPAION TRACTS.
Plbasx pat f akthti.ar ATTRHTiii-t to the remark! on Port?
age on theae document?, a, prepayment i? required.
L THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT. Oov. toward'?
Rochester Speech of IKM; with Charle? C Conor? lmon
Meeting Speech, U.c. 1?, l-?*.
II. THE DEMOCRATIC LEADERS FOR DISUNION.
8peecli ol Heniy Wilson of MuaachuietU, in the Senate, Jan.
25, DM).
ill. THE ADMISSION OF KANSAS; Got. Seward'i great
Bp-ech, In Senate, Feb. ?M, lo-jt).
IV. NATIONAL POLITICS; irxeechof Abraham Lincoln of
llli.ioi?, at the Cooper Institute " w-York, Feb. 27, lbtxO; Jsxues
R DooHUie* Vindication of VVuconxdn
V. LAND FOR THE LANDLESS: The Hon. Oalutha A.
Orow'i hp.-ech, in the Houie, Feb. 21), 1360.
VI THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN-By au lllinol*
Republican, who know a well the man and bit hiatoiy A li-ge
compact pamphlet of 32 duulil.- ?-ol'xxiau p?t?;e?, for gcueral circu?
lation a* a campaign document. Price 4 cent* * copy, 40 cent*
per ocien, +. au per hundred, ?20 per thousand if required
By mail, one cent add tionaJ must be lent to prepay postage
C?v?h order? are ?ollcited, and will tie tilled In lb? order of their
reception.
VII. PROTECTION OF HOME LABOR AND HOME
PRODL'i TIONS NECESSARY TO THE PROSPERITY OF
THE AMERICAN FARMER. By Henry Carey liai..I
?The above are printed on fair type and gool paper, each
foro lug a large octavo traut of lb page?, except No. t>, which It
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deair*. In ?mtlier quantitiet, ?I 25 per hundred ; 25 cent? p*?r
doaeii; singly, 4 cent?. By mail, poittfe piepaid, ?'. cent? per
copy, ?10 ccnu per doren, ?1 60 per I'M?, ?Mo 5n per l.Ouu.
Will not our Kepubli ?n friend* aid ui to " circulate the docu
men tV N*w it the time when thoutandi of mind? can be
reached and influenced. Addren
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?.5. -Ii.r) (..1.11?.
1. LEWIS'S MISCELLANY OF ENTERTAINING AND
INSTRUCTIVE READING, which eontaiu? a p-werful ?tory
of real life, entitled, ' Through the Abyase?: A l'aie o; Every?
day Martyrdom," bv Mr?. Julius Warreu Lewi*.
/. LEV?. 18'S STATES ANU NATIONS, GOVERNMENTS.
CONbTITl TION8, STATESMEN. i?c -Containing a icore of
aile hlstoiical and hiogtaphical arti? lea, Including a vigorous re?
view ot exiatug p-jiitic.l attain, under the title Ol " 1 Be Kit-idi
of Blood !"
8. LEWIS'S RECORDS OF TRAVELS, EXPLORATIONS,
SlUUT-eEElNix, DISCOVERY. Ar-iD ADV ENTlKE?Full
ol Arctic Voyages, Sealcblngt forth? North-Wert Putrxge, Hunt
tug Exfeuitioii? In India and Africa, Overland Journey*, Pil
siia.agei up the Nile ?ud to Jerusalem; t ISttM of patera on
Hullo?.mo?, by a celebrated Aeronaut; Voyage? 'round the
born. Whaling Voyage?, Travel, iu lb?? <>re?> Dete-rt. l'er.oual
Vdv iitur.-i an* Exploita in every p?rt of the Olohe?the whole
elegantly lllualrat? d.
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5 LEWIS'S PblLOoOPHlCAL RESEARCHES in Artron
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li.iuab.cj applicant? whoreu.it atampa to prepay them.
JUL118 WaKKEN l.l-.lVtS, Pioprietor,
Oiiic-, No*, ?tl and 41 v. . ?t . .lew-York.
APOLITICAL TEXT-BOOK FOR I860,
1 Vol. ( loth.
CompLed by HORACE ORF.KLEY and JOHN P. CLEVE?
LAND, it now ia pre?? and will be laiue-l on lit Auguat. It 1*
Intena-oio embody every Important proposition, vote, docu?
ment or putiaie, calculated to ah-d light on the pending Pr.al
dent;.! itruggle, and to be vpucAal'.y uieful a* a book of referen??
I? ull ?]>.'.?*?-' s. w rilen and other? actively engaged In the can
VBH. Among in content* aru the following:
A BKETCH OF ALL THE NATIONAL NOMINATINO
CONVENTIONS held In the i'nited Statea ilnce the arrt,
In i Hsu including the Party Platform adopted by each Con?
vention
A HISTORY OF THE STRUGGLE FOR SLAVERY EX
?E.NSloN, OR RESTRICTION IN THE UNITED
Si ATES from the Declaration of Independence to the Ex
elution of Kanaae from too Union tu loou, mainly from lb.
Journal* of Congre??, and tbowlng the vote by Yea* and
Nay* un the mort unportai.t division? of either House,
A HISTORY OF CON OUE SSI ON AL ACTION ON THE
QlEVlION OF GRAjNIIN.J FREE HOMb.STK.aUS TO
AlTlAL SETTLERS ON THE PUBLIC LAN US, with
the Y ?.a? end fvayt ui. all important questions
THE MONROE DOCTKINE.-Extraet* from Prertdent Mon
roe'* Haut?? ol I ..3. iu regard to lb? right, of Foreign Go*
?niuinlit. ou ihit l i.ul.n? i.l.
I'Ol'l 1.-.H Mil t.KM'i.M > Mr. Douglat'i F ?.ay (originally
pnblitbed in Harper1! Magazine) on the Dividing Lui? be?
tween Federal and Loral Authority.
THE lltKEPRESSiliLE CONFLICT.-Mr. Seward'i Speech
delivered at Hocberter In lfcUi.
Ml DSlLLS. Kxtrasl trom Senator Huiuicnif? Speech, la
wnlcti he describe* Nwrtbeni M > bani? a a* the Mu...... ol
8ooiety.
III r ll i .-(.l.l 'I IONS recently puued by V. 8. Senate ou tb.
?owtra and dull?? of Ctngiv?. m regard to Slacary Lu lb?
riiltoriea
A PROPOSED SEDITION LAW.?Extract? from Mr. Dong
las'. Speech In favor of a law to punish Seditiuui Publl
POPULAR OR SUUATT>:KSOVEREI(JNTY.-Extr?iUfiot?
Senator hi i.jrxnan'i Speech ?against Squatter Sovereignty aud
In review ul Mr. Dougia. ? tin-one? ui. the ?utue. t ol Slavery
In the lerriivne*??l-o Mr. ?ieckiiiridge'? Bp?-e.;b at r i.mk
fvrt, Ky., on the poweri axid duties of Congres* In regard to
IheTenitorle.
PRINCIPLES OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY-Abr?b?m
Liucoln'i Speech *l Sprmgneld, 111., June 11, 1*58, on tecel*
ii g the Kepubliian nomination tor U 8. SeiiBtvr.
"I'M 111! NI.Ll IttUlBJ.AllON."?tluestiout and aniwer?,
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?o ?3l)om it itia?j Concern.
VB8CONDED.?Two boy? Absconded from
M.idi.'.n. N. J , on Monday, July 21, taking with th.-m
if 2.?-0i- Money, and a Dun Bill fot + 100, th. property of JAMK3
KEBK, MadUou The olde.t boy, named WM. WaTKHS,
aged 18 yean, dark brown hair, blue ryei, fair complexion, and
ttamuier? very badly in hi? ipeecb The other boy, aged 10
year*, named EUGENE BUCKLEY, ih .rt, 'hick let, and eendy
complexi?n. Any Information respecting them will he thank
tally received by their parents, and a hbtrral reward will be
tit?-u for the recovery of the property
JAMES KKRR, Madi-on, It. J.
B~lT~\7^Ve Free and Accepted BOOT
e JACKS, Betsey baa arrived. By ord?r
_P.H, C. B. B. A.
INFORMATION WANTED of ARCHIBALD
McTAGGART, from ( ?u.t.eton, Argyleablre, Scotland, a
l iipper?mtth by trade. T he la?t beard tu m him waa In ah
tutt 1857-, he wu then Hopping with Squire Thorn of New
York Any pnraon who can ?"? e the tof.iriiiati.iB of hi? wlior
aboita will ?dur..? HUGH Mil At. I,, Arkona P. II , Lankton
Coanty, C. W._
lAl'ERS PENDING BEFORE HIS HONOR
THE MAYOR FOR APPROVAL.
FROM BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
It. ?. 1 .lion diitetlr.? Sic 1.1 ( oii.mittee on Fuel t? advertisa
for piopotati for coal ?nd kindling wood.
Board of Snperviior?, July 26, 11*60.
Adopt?d.
K ?-'uuti'in to purchase ufe for Home of Detention.
Board of Supervisor?. July 26,1960.
On ?vet .in.li,.-. adopted.
R... 1,i"". tu admit bill? of A. T Stewart for carpet ami J. D.
Lo. k lor i'< oler.
Boird of Siiprrviiori, July V. 1860.
On aj?? rod no?? adopted.
Resolution to audit bill uf B. B. Loutrel, coal for Houie of De
tenlion.
board of Supervitor?, July JJ, 1860.
Ou aves and noe, adopted.
Reaolutiou ti audit bill of G?o. C. Newmin for boat for us? of
keeper of Hailem Bridge
Beard of Supervi?.,r?. July 26, 1860.
On aye? and notta adopt- d.
Reaiiloti-n to audit bill of Wm. Anderson for taking minute?
on trill of Jame? Sheptrd for ?-.??-. ?214.
Hoaidot Supervisor?, July 26, lHtO.
On ?ye? .m.I i "? ? adopted
Re.cliillun to audit bill? of John Lord, ?448 12 and MB
lle-.lv, *-4?i0"4, ?ervirg ?nb-iena. for General Seiiioni during
month! of Vpril an,! May, lttiO.
board of Stipervuor?, July "">, 1860.
On aye? and noe. adopted.
K??.'l mon to audit bill of John Kelly for quarter ending June
30, ?t *?*> "i i TO, for official ?ervl-o.
Board of Biiper-,l*ori, July tb, 18bci.
On ?vi? ?ml nne? adopted
Ketnl ition to pay bill ui O. 8. U iniphrey. ?V Co , ?215 40 ft?
Cerpeiing.
Board of Siiperviaor?, July 26, i860.
On aye? and noei aJ.pt, i
Resolution to pay lui.? of John M.-'iowan, ?111 50. and G?o.
1. Such, tl' I Id, for ?trting lubienat fur Special Seation?
during June.
Board of Super?iaora, July 2*i, I860.
(In aye? aii.l noe? adopted.
Retolutlon to pay bill of H. F. Aubry, for gUulne, fee?, ?M 90.
Board of Sup?-ivi?"r?. Jaly 16, 1800.
On ?ye? and noe? adopted.
Resolution lu J.av billa ni Coroner? for or?n ial .? r.i. e* darin:
qu.rter ending jBue -?i. I'teal, t4.*HI 1?.
Boird ?.I Superviior?, July 8b, I860.
On aye? aud now adopted.
he...I .tb... to pay bill uf A. Hyler for repair? to Hailem
B.iJgr.
buaxd of Super?isor?, July 26, 1860.
*4_ Bye? aud BtMB ?dopled
He...|.,tnm to pay bib. oi Win. Jone? for plumbing work . G.
S Humphrey? It Co., carpet, and Andr??? k Darragh, water
elu..t.
Board of Superviaor?, July 26. HtSO.
On ?ye? and uoti adopted.
It. ?m..tb i. to pay bill of W'tn. H. Art!: i. k Co., re?v>rd book?
fniniibed IWiiter'? oftire.
Hoard of Supervitor?, June 16, l!?60.
On uyel and n?i adopted.
hetoltition o pay hill of J. M. Elliott, fel 16 50, for Ma- k? liir
ni.hed Dilttli t Attorney.
lt...ml uf Sup. r?i?or?. July 2'- I '-'
On ayei in? noe? adoptad.
Heaofuti'n to p?y viriiu? J' ? tor? for making y* ?f mar'tm,
during quarter eliding t(th June, ISBfe
Board of Siipervi.ora. July 2b, 1 ??
On ave? and ..'?'i adopted.
Pe.olution to p?y bill of Edward Van Kufi.t for Carriage hire
fcr l?raod Jury. *?n
Hoaid ?,f Superviaor?. July l'i, M60.
On ayeaaud uoeaadupted._
CHOTO? AqranrrT Dkpartbb?t, July 16, 1860.
ITNPAII) WATER RENTS.-Notice 1? hernby
J -iv.n that by an art of Ue U-j-iilature, FIVE PER CENT
wl: b? added In all unpaid Waier R-nU en Lie hr?t day of An
xu?l next. By order of the Crot?n Board.
* J R. C. HANCE, ReoAilnr.
IJrofcooioinil Noticca.
I"n?SSrOT?~Gra^ SURGEON DEN
Je TI ST, be? REMOVED to Ne. 50 Weet ?tfeat,, awtwe-s
Sroadway and bth-a?.____________
0~1*7__\TT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 47
a Thitd at, St Loui?, Mo. -COMMISSIONER for NEW
YtlKK. OHIO. IOWA, CONNECTICUT, and tue ?tther Statei
A? a Mer. entile Agency for the Ea*?-ni and Southern State*
-articulai atlen?.in wiU be given to the prompt collect!"-?of al)
ctBin.ili.tr..?ted t?. Ll? care in this Slat?, and Sojin-rn IJUii"'?,
and by rt*i.on.ibl? eoireap.mdrnU at all points aloug the Mi-ais
?irm and Slistoun rivrri, above ( Inciiina?.
Kbi.'.iibmb?. Haa E.-stn C?niint Albany ? ?ain-t Jt'irneL
merrhnnt, Mear. M a-Un k S.t.iU.1 Wm. Kent E. JH. KLnball
V\ hiting k tli.k, W. E Ni.yei, W in. M. Evarto,Attoraeyi and
Cmi,-. loti, N- ? Vork . Jet Homer and Daniel M. VVil-oB.eeq.,
merchaiiU, antf Hoiac? Gie-ley, ???-?,, New-Yett CBy.
IT STATES PASSPORT BUREAU, N?. ?i.
' a Bn advt.y P?*.-?orU iaued liuotigh J. B. NONES,
Notary Publie. Adopt.-? cltlten? mu?l prodec? .-?mil-a'-?
do ?porlomen.
MSHINO TA( KLE.
TH?^MA8 H BATE fe Cm,
Ne. 1 WAHKF.', T-T
NI .Il BROADWAY.
?NIORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
?SCHEDULE OP PiXASURE TRIPS
? en board the at--.rri.hlr1
GREAT EASTERN,
prior to ber return to Europe Aug. 16. I ?WO.
Tx? itaamibip GREAT aUavRKsfi Jonn Vine Hixll, com
MMRC, Will leave Noith Hiver, ?ll Hamixioi..! ?t. 00
THURSDAY AFTERNO JN, Aug. t,
at( ?'clock pr., I*..y. for
OLD POINT COMFORT
ANNAPOLIS ROADS,
Ju-iH?i exrunlcnlitt (without extra chargei it
NORFOLK tad BALTIMORE,
artivlDg off Old Point Comfort Friday evening.
VU leave Old Point on SUNDAY MORNING, Aug. S, at 5
o'cltek, arriving at Annspoll? Koeda on Sunday afternoon, and
Batumi ? on St_??y ? veiling.
EjcunUniit? eta thus le*ve New-York on Taurtday evening,
enjur an ocean rids of MiO mile? by day and night on the Great
F.a.axrn, ateaming no the Cbeear^-aae by daylight, ?pend tSe
uiah. In Baltimore. ??id reach New York (via Ph?ade.phia) by
railntd on Monday evening. .Vug 6.
TU Great Eastern will connect at Old Point with iteamer us
Jain?*River to Richmond, and with the car* at Norfolk and
P*it*noutn for ?11 Point* South and South W?t.
DODWORTU'S SPLENDID MILITARY BAND
Wills-company the excursion, and remain on board during the
?ntirvlrip.
MFALS AND REFRESHMENTS will be furnlahed at a mod
trat* charge.
??T.v'lEROOM BERTHS ONE DOLLAR EXTRA.
Fan? tom New-York to Old Point, Norfolk and Pnrtimouth.. ?6
Fare fum New-Yorato Baltimore. ?
Fare lorn Old Point Lomfort to Annapolii or B.ltirnore. .3
EXCRblONISTS MIST BE ON BOA?O ON THURSDAY
AT i f. U.
TV*'?? wiU b? ready on Tueaday ?the office of the Adam*
Fxp-e - Catvipany, No. it Broadway, where plan* of the cabin*
can bt ? - and ?t?Xerocu,? ?.cured.
J. H. TATE8, Secretary.
??TTOHING BASKS, AHOY!"?Ta* -Mtnmo
A ??ooa, ?tie aad fart ae?rrteamer CROT?N. C*pt. B. &
HOFfMIRE. ?Mitted by Cap*- NATHAN ANDERSON,
Jr., bsvlng beec pot la complet? order, will continue
her refalar trip* to the Fishing Bank* EVERY DAY daring
the leatt.n. leaving Jame?ailn, ER?, at 7:30 a. m., Bre?me rt
... Fulsjn-rt, Brooklyn,?. Bprtng-rt., N. R., 8, Pier No. 4, N
R., 9. A tine Cotill?n Band *n board ; alto, Refre?hment?, Bat*
au? Flxtiing Tickle lupplled. Fare for th* Excursion, M cent*,
aflordlix? a SB? ?ail aad view of the Bay, Iilasd*, and Fortl
nertiona _
1 EXCURSION to the "COAL FIELD.S of
J PENNSYLVANIA."?Th? CENTRAL RAILKOAD of
NEW-JERSEY wilt tell EXCURSION TICKETS during the
Summit through this region, commencing June 'J. Fare for lb?
entire Excursion, ?7 50. Tl.'ket* good for ten day*.
Letve Co rtlaii.1t .t, it 6 .d H a m., 12 m., and 4 p. m
Lea*? Pier No. i N. K. at 7J and 11* ?. m., and ?1 p. m. Apply
lor ticket* at either place.
In- further ; .i.irii tti ... apply to II. P. BALDWIN, Genera)
Ticket Agent, No, 9? Wall-rt._
C? RAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION to LONG
K BRANCH, N.J. -Thertaamer ALICE PRIOE will leave
ftot*f Roblnaou-?., on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY EVEN
IM..-, Aug. 1 and S, ai 7 o'clock, ?tipping at Pier No. 4 North
River, connecting with Raritan and Delaware Bay iailroad for
Long Branch, ?turning ?am? ?venin?, giving ample tltxie at the
leatbore to bathe. Excursion ticheti, "5 centi.
toante.
YVANTED?A Hituation, l?y a reepei-tabl?' young
' ? Woman, -H year* of age, of unexceptionable character and
caii*. ity, to TAKE CHARGE of CHILuREM. She would
pre-, to travel with s family to California. The very bert of
retertnee? will be given. Avxdreai J. V., Box No. 1,486, Milwau?
kee, '?V ix.?on.in.
lyjjaTEIWHITL^aTONSinthi't-ity or conn
v v try, a. good Cook ?ud to Wa.b and Iron, as Waller and
Chanbatrrnaid, and to do Homework, by very competent Girl?.
Call aiX. CARROLL'S, No. U? tith-av.
A
BOY WANTED in a DRUG S TORIO. Apply
to G. H. WHEELER No. 1U Cherry ?t.
A TEACHER?One who ha? had exp?rience
??th a* Principal and Attristant, tlnce [graduating at a New
hi.ga.d College m ?&>, d-.irr*s alri'AllON in mher of the
tvtxovc ?Spaitlet. He nn t.ii-ltiory recommendation* from
former ptattoM and pupii*. AUdr?- ? A. M , Wi-at |gtfgs*xtj, Vt.
A COACHMAN, with good references, wishes a
situation. It a good Driver, ui deriUnd* the care of I lur-e?.
1? ?I*o? good Farmer and Gardener I? u?eful aoout a houae.
Can le leen at No. 424 Broadway, up rtsin.
BIJY WANTED?In a Banking office, one who
?e?.de? with bl? parent*. Addr.-ai, In handwriting of the
?i.tiii ?ui, Pod-Office Box No. 3,63?.
F~?AMlL?ES^i? ^?-tNTTof GOOD HELP wiB
[?-?te call *t Mr. YORKPTON'S Office, Nu . H 4thav ,
?there? great number of G1RLB can be Bad for city or oountry.
and n? dxthosawt dealing- practi:?d at her office.
01.KLtf WANTED?-To go to a znanafactiiiing
I viHage, Bv? hoar?' ride from tbi. city, In Connecih'nt. to
?hoi st. .dy EMPLOYMENT will be given the year round *t
reixuiieralit? price.. For further Information apply *l No. 37
Broadway (up st?lr?).
i ( ?urn e ym an c< in fectioner w?nikd.
? "a competent Man. to make the entire -?trug ?to? k lor ?
llet.il ( ?tidy Store. None but :??? ?1 hand? need apply. A?ldrea?.
?uilng ?biiity and wage? required, JOHN T. CROPLAND.
Box No. 2 IM, B?rralo, N. Y.
I
AW STUDENT want?'?! immediately.? On?
J who i* willing to work *nd dtrtermiued to be ?urn-thin* will
.?? M ?DV IS ??iu.li. ??' -HI? ?o?! ll'-iriii,ii,r,i 'O |?e -Ull'ifciliUg ?111
ni.d a p.rmaneiit ait .atini, good home, use of horary, he , if ail
th.. g? ere ? iti-i i tory, by addreiaing dox No. lit Jeriey City
P. O.. N J., In own naudwrltxiig, giving full ?j.rti- ilar?
NATIONAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE, No.
33? Broadway, N. V ? 1 ntru. lion provi,|?-?J in ?11 branch?.?
tritv'm-r* wanted?? Pniiclpai?, AiiittanU, or Put., n, for the
South and South- West. Hev-ral ladit* competent to teach the
guitar, piano, and vocal uiuiic. Pupil* received for the princi?
pal! oi iVhooia._RICK, a ANDRE ?VS.
POWER 1'RESSMAN WANTED.-A man who
tborcu/bly uuder.11 d? JOB I'll K-'SU oKK in plain and
colored ink?, may hear. t a permanent ?ltoation at the Steam Job
Piinling-othce, No ?4 !)...??.- ??
SERVANT8?Competent and reliable German,
Firnch, and c'.heri, with good referencea, for city or country
?nay be obtained at toe Employment Society'? Office, No M
llltivt?,, one 0o*r <*?t ?t Broadway, iormerly Biuls House
German and French languages spoken. Mis? HELD, Matron.
rf?T x^WYERH? A Y^w^Man, a VtXp?t
1 VY riter, ?teixdy and nliable, wish** to STUDY L V\V jn
drr ?? me Lawyer of abill'.y and rtanding. S?'.?ry no objet, aiid
i* ?iliiigto citkt UbMBJJ ienerally u*ei'ul. Add.-??** "LEX,"
Box No. 1.1 Tribune ? '" e
?rP<r_PRINTER8.?An experieucd PROOF
X HEADER and COMPOSITOR-ou? thoroughly . ouver
Mi.twith ail the brun h--??desire? an engagement. Addie.?
J. M. at, Tribuue Office.
IT S. S( ' BOOL ?|?encv ( ISO i. 1 f. ??TMmM
> * Agency i l.-x.i) E. U. w'?cox k Co , No. r?t Broad ?ay.
IVr^.tuBl lLtroduclioni ud euaag?mcut* by a percentage in lb?
orden, advsuce expeuses, ana payments. New fsiiitie. ?ud
new crier?, .baring equally vnili checkholdera. Meeting and
. otrv.poujeuce daily, 1 to U and 1 to 4 o'clock.
VI'ANTED?A litnatioii, by a youim Man of five
vT year?' expeliente in th? Provi.ion Trade, a. IIOOK
KErPEH, CLKHK. or GENhRAL Ari.ilST.vNT. Is wUU.?g
t?. .toa.i. -t ?r.ylhing a nl ?.? furnished with the l>e?t of refer?
ences rum last eiupioy?r?, for whom be ha? been r.ontid?*niia)
clerk A.i.ir? -? FRANK, Box No. 170, Tribune Office.
YY'^-M l'B i ??A position a? TE?T'HKR ?)f MC
V T SIC gad PAIN i ING, In ?n lurtitute, by ? LaJy who na>
isuglrt theae brauche, for many y?.r?. Would a?-i?t in other
department? ot Iusiructlon if required. Address TEACHER.
1 rilu r,e Ottice.
YY' ANTED.?Familie? wiihing to remove to the
* T country, which are composed of two or more grown-up
Jsiigkteri, u.ay hear of an opportunity to hotter their circuin
?t-uicei with p-rm .n?: t employment in * manufacturing villa?-*
u. tli? State ol Connecticut, liv? hour?' ride from thia city. Ap
ply lo No. 37 Broadway, up ataira.
ANTED-A SALESMAN m the BOOK
BUSINESS. To one who .-?n liiH.isuce * Urge ?ud tir?t
i ??? onntry tia.l ? unui i.l 1?.lucein?ut? wll be otrer ??!, Ad
die... aiatsaitl ular?, Box No a, M
vin?. -PH?- MONTH made by any one with
H?7 I \J\J Steo 11 rol.. The :heap?-it ?ud be.*. For Clr
t il?-, addre.i J'iHN MILLIKEN, !.??t.u. e, Mi
\Y
Corses, ?Tarriagco, &"c
FOR SALE.
A PllAE 1 ON, with lervani'i MBt behind, b tilt by the tuc
I-..I?! of (??..rge W'*t,oii. Philad , ouilt to order ?utl but little
used Only price, ?Ml Sold for want if ut.? only. IV. 14ht,
?-?iltilup, pu.e au J ?lull?, ?hu .1 4 u p.. ,,.,i,. To be wru at
JNO. K. L\VVilK:.l F'H No IIS4 Broadway.
H~ 0R8E and C?I_T for SALE CHEAP, ?at, the
WORK ?f BKDIHNG a?:d FI'lt.Nll'l HE SVOllE, N.i
.la- 1-d at.
r\\f AtMATEURS of ElNK HORSES.?VA Ixftti
A tilu! ?1,J ?ell.br.-d HORSE?. ?.1 sound aad kind; four
p-xlra, and Bv? well trained aAllliLE liull-I.S, lavothorjugh
bit-d. Sold lo*. I or-i.r ol Jd av and 7(iti. .1.
?rocmrs, JJrooiiion?, ?*t?r.
ANDREW W. ROSE, No. M Wai?luii?t?.ri *t.,
bstaeen I'v .?/ aiid Robinson, New-Yoik, ? - ? 1 - ..?
xin.e . ash dealer In tir.t uuaUty PAOVISIO.NS, Htl.TFISH,
aadOstOCKRIF.S, 11.. terel. Henintw. Codttah, Salmon, Had
lock, Whtteflab. 1 ?.??, H,,.., Sb u:d. a Heel. Pork, put? LaatL
In? Batter, alld rich t'heeM k - Cily and uooolry trad? tx?
?HeJ to rail Or 1er? .< h (t?d and ?iarafuxly ?lei._
JOHN DWIGHT 5 Co.,
Manafaotarert *f
?OUBDMtEriNED and FAMILY HALERATTt
BUM,
?UPFR-CAmiOrlATE OF SODA. SAL SPD.V ETC-,
N* llOtds?B, Htvraover ?quatre, New Ytrs.
ri ai t?a i m ta?ta? owlt.
?mnacminl?.
is
IBLO ? GARDEN.
Jm. M. I-IUoo.hatte and
NIXON'S ORAND CIRCUS,
NIXON'S GRAND ClltCUS,
NIXON'S GRAND CIRCUS,
NIXON'S ORAND CIRCUS.
Prom ASTLEY'S ROYAL AMPITHKATER, LONDON,
With ALL THE GREAT ORIGINAL 8TABJJ.
M?e. ZOYARA. HANLON BROTHERS, ROBINSON.
CUAKLTON, DUVERNAY, DE BACH. UUAGLIENI,
PENTLAND. the Court Jester, wtth
FORTY AUXILIARIES EACH OK BRILLIA.NT TALENT,
Will open on MONDAY, Julv 10, ItfB
FOR A SHORT 8EASON
Prior to It? depanoie on it? peat Southern and We-teru
OPENINO NIOHT.
The Superb HI ?eerie Pat'-ant of
THE CHINESE FESTIVAL,
THE CHINESE FESTIVAL,
THF CHINE?E FESTIVAL,
THE CHINESE FESTIVAL,
With a molt ?'tractive Programme.
THE FIELD OP THE ? LOTH OP GOLD.
THE CURRICULUM.
THE STEEPLE-CHASE; Or,
LIFE IN MERRY ENGLAND.
Six thorough bred Engiith llora?? have been Imported to make
thli tpleodid delineation of English .porting life completely
perfect
Alt the?? will be ?roduced In rapid laccee-don.
AU the ORIGINAL MUSIC, by Mr JOHN COOKE.
Lewder of the Orchestra.
THE CONCERTS.
The popular Con. ?rt?, led by Mad. VON BERKEL, wiii be
-?o.,tin ued In the Mutic Saloon during the Equevtrian Season.
REMEMBER
TWO OORGEOUS EO.UE8TR1A.N MATINEE8 WEEK?
LY, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at I o'clock p. m.
FrtlCr.8 OF ADMISSION.
Family Circle, entrance on Croaby-tt.t*> cent*.
Parquet and Dress Circle.SO cent*.
Orche-tia Chain.fel.
Private Boxea.______ __j
.YBnIj??^MERICAN MUSEUM.
B
GREAT EASTERN, AHOY*
BARNUM SriLL IN THE FIELD
and offers
A BETTER BILL OF ATTRACTIONS THAN EVER
Who can fail to te? thii great
COMBINATION OP WONDERS and NOVELTIF*?
The greateit ever oflered tn ihe world for Twenty-Bve Cent?
WHO WOULD NOT GIVE
il.l CENTS TO SEE THE 'A3 CENTS TO SEE THE
GIANT BABY I LIVING SEA LION)
1 years old,
Weigh? ?67 pound?,
Meaaore? 6l Luche? round.
25 CENTS TO SEE THE
LIVING "WHAT IS IP!"
or Man-Monkey.
The mott cnriout and intereit
lnglivlng wonder.
tt.1 CENTS TO SEE THE
AUI ARIAL GARDEN!
With rare living Fi?h, as
BEAUTIFUL ANGEL-FISH,
SEA-PORCUPINE,
RED HNAPPERS,
BROOK TROUT, ke., lie.
?5 CENTS TO SEE THE
M.i.NG skeleton;
MONSTER SNAKES)
WAX FIGURES?
Require? 16 obi?, ?ta-water and
eat? 60 lbs. 6 ?h daily,
weight I ,imj lb?.
Si CENT? TO SEE THE
ALBINO FAMILY I
Born of Black Parent?, but hav?
ing Whit? Hair and Skin,
Pink Eye?, fee., It?.
?Its CENTS TO SEE A
Li.e.ike Wax-Figure of
TOMMY.
The Japaneae. with hit own
Suit of Clothe?,
and an Autograph Letter
to Mai. Leland '
*I3 CENTS TO SEE THE
BABY ANACONDAS!
HAPPY LAMILY!
LIVING SEAL I
LIGHTNING CALCULATR1 500 NATION'L PORTRAITS I
!?_ CENTS to iee and hear BUDWORTH'S, late
WOOD'S MINSTRELS,
ander the entire mperviaion of J. H. Budwr-ish, the beat band of
ETBIoriAM MlNlTHBL-, Pan? >vi r .it?. Da.vcbbi, feo.,
in the country, each and every one of which It declared, by
thoui-Jidi, to be worth
?|_ CENTS TO SEE, ALONE, aad yet, lor the iam?
?15 CENT'S, all I ell ! the*? living wonder?.
THE SPLENDID PERFORMANCES,
In the AFTERNOON, at 2, and EVENING, at 3 o'clock.
and -?-?J.tMi CURIOSITIES,
From every part of the World?ALL, ALL, ALL,
are to be teen, for
S3 CENTS, at BARNUM'8 AMERICAN MUSEUM,
W hieb it OPEN AT ALL HOURS, DAY AND E\ E.NINO.
Children tinder ten years, 15 cents.
LAURA KEENE? TTIEATER.
Le??ee and Manager.Mr. Josbph jBtTBaioa
Stage Manager.Mr. Jem.ee oimtnonda
MuaicAl Director...Tboi. Baker | Scenic Artitt.J. E. Haye?
Prompter...??_. S. Cliue
CONTINUED ?UCCE88.
TUESDAY, July 31.
And ?very evening till further notice,
OUR AMERICAN COUSIN.
Mrt. JOHN WOOD.at.Florence.
Mi. JOS JEFFERSON.as.Asa Trenehard
Mr. E A. 80THERN.as.Lord Dand-e-xy
Mr. COULDOCK.at.Murcott
Mr. PETERS.at.Birmey
Mr. J. BURNETT.at.Ooyle
Mrt. CHAN FRAU.ai.Eugenia
Mia. VINING.at.Mrt. M, nut hr.-m.-tor.
Mits JEFFERSON.a?.Auguita
A-r?
Mix SARA STEVENS.a...Mary Mrie<lith
New and Bratitifal Scenery by HAYES.
THE AMERICAN (u Sl.N POLRA,
By THOMAS li.lKEK,
will be performed every evening
Door? open at 7*. ; cornmeaee at 8 preeitely.
Beat! may be aeeured one week in advance.
w
ALLACK- THEATER.
T00DLE8 NIGHT.
Crowded House?
Attend ihe perform.in i ei
ol
Mr. and Mr?. W. J FLORENCE.
TO-NIGHT
THE TOODLE8.
Timothy Toodlet.W. J. Florence
Performed by bim nightly to hojtei crowded to the
ceiliug.
After which.
THE ZOUAVES,
J alien Revoile (of lit /ouavet).Mr,. W. J. Florence
TO-MORROW, OOMBEY k SON.
Cuttle.Mr. Florence
Door? open 7g. Commence at 8 o'clock.
PALACE GARDENS-THIS~EVENING.
X GRAND Ml SICAL ENTERTAINMENT,
\OCALAND INSTRUMENTAL.
The followlrg euiii eut talent wilt appear In ? njin tion with
Mr. J F. STRATTON'S Palace Garden Orche-tra.
Mr. FICHER, Mb? S. MaRSDEN,
M.?? El.La M. WREN, Mi.? S MARSDEN,
LITTLE MARTHA WREN. Mr G. C. REXFORD,
Mr. GEM*. CRO/.IER, Mr W. H. CURRIE,
Mr. F. FICHER, LITTLE FRED WREN.
Admiiiion, 25 cents
1TNION COURSE. L. I.-TROTTING.-On
I THURSDAY, Augmtl, at 3, o'elock, a match for fel.'-e)
mil? litsti, bell three in live, in ha-i..-?-. Jaine. M -Mann u une?
b m. Flut* Temple. D. Tillman usme. br etallion George M.
Patcheu. A good day aud a good track ii not po.tp.iued to the
folio? It g Monday, laid tuen a good day Tie cara will leave
South ferry, Brootlyu, for the co ir?e at 1| o'clock, aud n-tuni
a? toon ii the trot il over. Paie to go and return, SO cent!
SHA A * WHITE. Proprietor*.
Dl SSELDOKF GALLERY,
No. Si? BROADWAY.
lb:? m. rivaled Collection of l'JO PAINTINGS and STATUES
it open day and eveuing (admiMiou lb cents), ?uid include?
PAI L AKER'S.DEAD PEARL-DIVER
ANGELINA'S.F.VE
MISS LANDER'S.ENANliELINE
CRAWFORD'S.DANCING JENNY
BARBEES.FISHER GIRL
INTin-tN?TIONAL ABT INSTITUTION
EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS,
Ne. 6?J4 Broadway, comer of lt.. .'..,
Open from lu a. m to T p. na.
Atine??! .n 25 coots
Printing.
AT JAME8 EVERDELL8-W?3d(linf Cards,
NOTES, ?e.-Theae celebrated engraved Card, -an be bad
enly at the old Card Depot, No. 301 Broadway, comer Doaoe-it
WM. EVERDELLdT tK>N&N*.l(M Fulto-i-st.
Lateit itylei of WEDDING CARDS, NOTES, EN?
VELOPES, fee (EiUb-ibad 1815.)
?tuiioncrn anb i* atun ?oooe.
BARD BROTHERS tt Co., Manufacturers of
GOLD PENS, PEN aud PENCIL CASKS, 21 Maiden-lane,
New-York Also, manufacturer? of Bard k Wiiaoui'i Paieut
Angular Nib Gold Pan?. Gold Com rep tired or exchaiiged.
/1?MPAIG? ENVELOPES
\j For each uf the g'??at P ilitieal Partie?
BELL au.l EtERElT.
RRECKINRIDGE ?tid LtNE,
DOUGLA8 and JOHNSON,
LINCOLN and mMI.I ?
i.emtif j.iv euibt-ta-ed with the platlorm uiuttu, and the ueaie? of
the .liatiiiaui.'it d .-atidiilato? of nch party
Oid-r? (?hi:il will be executed ?loinptly bi turn) tolLIfc'd for
the?? and all other ?tyle? ?if? n?elup?, by
W-g. P. L.'i.N A SON,
W huleaaJe Manu fat titrer? el Kuv-JoptM iud Wilting I'.p.-r-,
_No. 2* Meet 111,11 -.- , New-l urk
GOLD PENS witU GOLD ano SILVER CASE8
fel to felO Gold Pen. Vie to fel, mm by mall Peut ea
?banged Pen? r-pane<?'0'<??? i? * HA'lal'.H ?tSf?ii it
S LOTE A JANES, ~~
t-TATIONKRS, P.'tlNTKRS.andBLANK-BOORMtNl
FACTltRERS. No 'M Fu.t ui-,v Orders r-at-t-vl/iilly loli-Jted
tJain.0, (Oils, tot.
( "IK O.WUT Oil.?In Cask?. Can?, and .|?-_?
\J Maii'ilaoiu-edaudl'.'r *?le by the aiiJeraigued Warranted
pare and iweet 1 a?.! fei lubri- ?ti it, llluuil.iating and ,neH.|.
-al pirpuew?, aad a? a toiilc and brau'lfier .f Mi? H?1r.
JGHN C RAYSER
No. Ill Nataan it, aecond floor, Otti ? No l.'
Ar? il? for Ik? ??le of tue arti l.-UEO H. GRA? and DAN
FORT11, Btatu,., J W DA'.LA.U k t o., Phi *de.pl-J_
?rj (u$ooD?.
npECIAL 1 0 T I C ?B ?
1)E FOREST. ARMSTRONG}* CO?.
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS,
HAVE REMOVED
IX) THEIR NEW A?D SPACIOUS WAxtZlOOJI*
?o*, ra, 77, r?, ?it t? ??? *?
DU.-VNE"8T^
Nasa BaoABVAT.
Whav? thary will st?r far ta), s ?ww ----*4_*_**?
DRT GOODS for thoFrdl Travs-., ?tiasd U all m%\tfM *? -*?
country. They ? -Jgf?g^Q
SB?
WAM8UTTA PRINTS.
in sew and dertiabls rtyfa?. Th??s ???ttaat?? Plia*?, MS tmt
CHEAPEST
and
B1BiT ._
bow ?old to th? ?sitW ?tatss, ?ad th^ Wfj lavm kt ?? ?a?
particular attentfaa
07 DEALEBB
Uthetn.
A UTUMN-1?60?
EDWARD LxAaMBERT ? Co*
HAVING REMOVED THEIR
WHOLESALE ?L'SINF???
To their NEW and ?4PACIOI'H WAREROOMH,
.Via .?to and *? BROADWAY,
Ar. now ?ft_j ?,?,- ,?-*, ?,-,<_
or six
THE CHOICEST
PIROPEAN NOVELTIES.
Selected with e?p?ci?l refer.ace t?> lb? w-xiU of loe
ENTIRE UNION. , ___
And to which the attetition of irrt else? btryavrs la ra*se?tfullj?
dire.tid. , __.?, ?_
our aETAIL STORE I? No ?1 Broadway, oppe-ftts <????
tropoUtan Hotel, wher.i at ?11 Urne? the ssw?st ?ml '.aisenst
goodt will b? found._ .?____ . .,
EDWARD LAMBERT h ?Ca.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
To Mauu'a.tor?r. and Oe*>r* to
WOVEN SKIrlTa.
We have licenaed the fallowing p?rtie? lo u?-xnu**?tur? uii
WOVEN SKELETON SKIRTS,
Coder our Patent. Get 4 l-.v? reia?o?d Dar. V. I.V. Tats
name of Manufacturer and dat?; of Patent most be ites-is.*' oo
e?ch ikirt,
W S k C. H. Thom*o?i kCo., OasoBira k C?ra??t v,
J. Wiimi k Co.. E. 8. Smbmhii,
C. H. Ds PoBBa.iT, w 11 i.x. a k mans.
Sowas f?B*??*iT, A.vtoji ?csLosrv,
A. Fbx.?.cb, B?.H)Bi.T"? SaiBT Ca.,
Ahsbicam Skibt Co. of Brook- ('??su? A Porruiv,
lyn. A i.i ??< i'u??,
M. I). V1IUI Fumti...? Bau SKiarCo. TJ
We have retained as Counsel Charle? M. Keller, G ?ors?. OU.
ford, etq . and olhei?. who are enforcing our rights again?? par?
tiei williully infrtt.ging Application for |wo?e ewxbo maaUto
8. H. DofOnTY^No 12 John rt-, or WILLIAM KINO, Hot
153 Weit lJth ?t, Ne?v-Yurk, ?. ___
8. H. DOL'OHTY, WILLIAM RING,
JAMES DRaPER, _ JAMBB BROWN,
S"klRTS7SK?RT8, SKIRTS?Cheaper than evar.
Retailed at lea? tuen wholesale pgtssa Mm? DKHORESTH
PRIZE MEDAL SKIRTS art undetlably to* beat ?taal hsatvfl
Skins, and ?be lowest possible price? Pletwe not! v* 12 Sprta.
S() cents; .?Sprint-* 7&<-enU; 20 S pi lut* ?1. ?> Springs, ?11
Do not fail to ell and ?xaa in?. No. 4?s llroedway, Noa ?9 i
390 Canalat, No. 2 7 8th av., No. 244 Qand ?t.. Bad No. ;
Pierrepont tt, Brooklyn. I).?1er? (applied at No. 47d Broadway
on very bheial term? Call and examina
OODS FROM ALL NATIONS.
FOUNTAIN'S INDIA STORE, No. MS BROADWAT,
ll among the chief att rts-tiona of Uve -Jty to ttraagera who er?
fond Of Ancient M .idem or ?merics/i India? Artie ?vs.
Soots, 6i)ot0, $?t.
LtiSS FRENCH SH0E8.
JEFPERS of No. in Broadway would riiwiwraBy p_g
the iadie? of New-York and from all part? f th* l7?w*?Vto ?all
and examine hi* elegant aa?0Ttm?nt of Kr*n.-.h BOOTS sod
SHOES, and embroider-d Toh*taad Bridal SLIPPER?. Price?
comm*u*urate with tb? lime*
JEPFERS No i-3 Hro?dw?T opp M??*Tei>o)_a.
G
CALF SEWED BOOTS FOB
wits ra?a itttcb, c*ji sb
PURCHASED at No 159 CHAMHERS-ST.
?4
3J . BALLlxN, o
? a Am rxCTrsBit or ?J?
SHIRTS, BOSOMS, aad COLLARS No 3 Barclay-*., N. T
3 SHOES ?and 0?AITEES-A NEW ?STYLE,
at JONEa-i, No* 10 and U ANN-BT OAIaL AN?
BTHEM.
Chantes for Business f?len.
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY for MEN, with ?
8MALL CAPITAL, at ceredo and vicinity?One of the.
belt SAW-MILLS on tne Ohio River, to BENT low; ? good
Carriage M*nut'*.-tory to rent ; al*o, ihcp* for Furnitur? Boli?
nes*, Turning, Sawing, fcc. A Partner wanted in the Friction?
Mai h bu.ii.es?. All klud* of Lumber, good and cJsetvp, aad a
ma'ket for uianufu-tured extii-le*. A good ^oeatlon lor a Fou-id
ery and Stove manufactory ; also, for a Blich Gx.it* and Bo'.t!?
manutactory. Laudi for Farming. Stock and Sr ?op raidos aiel
Vine growing. Can be bought (heap Inquire ot'El.I THAYER,
Ornnixed t. m i ?rat ion office, No. 7 VV ?11 at, over St, Nkbjla?
B*uk._
ANY person v*.i?hii.g to malte money in tins
Rr.-'ltl ll-VNT b I SIN ESS will do weil to ca.l .rxm.
dastely at No Ml Orareuwiofc ?t.. N. *?_
DRUG STORE f,r SALE, in the mont derjg?*Iy
populated nei?thborb?)od m New-York City, now doing t
paying buuiie?*, wnich may be greatly unproved. The propnax
tor mutt lesv? town iu a few d?ya and will fil ?'. ? gr?-?t aa ri
he?. Por part?cula??, call at or address No. 98 Bayard ?*.
FOR SALE.?The STOCK and FIXTURES of
a DRY GOODS, GROCERY, and DRUG STORE, *it?i
ated on the Hudson Biver doing a ?ood buaine?* ; <-aa be Bought
cheap. Good re ?sou? for ?elllug will be gtven. Apply to E. P.
T1BBAL6. Na 6.1 Broadw??^_
MUST BE SOLD?A MINING INTEREST of
great-value, including original .hartar, I???** for ft year?,
ana all the right, and privileg?* of the luba-riber, s boru tdo
owner of two-evenihi of the wboia Here i* a fortin? fur an
.-ut.rpri.il.g man with a tmall capital Apply to MINER, Roo-i?
N o. I, in the Commonwealth Fire InaarsiiM Company1* ?t&ce,
No. ti Wall-it_ _
PABTNER WANTED-In a Wh?)le?al? DBUGr
HOUSE.?On? having ?),C00 to ?S 00?, can form a 4e.u*
ble connection with th? ?4v?rtx?er, who ha* built up by ?a?rgy a
good biisinesi, and wiahei to LncKaae rxxle?. StocS Is sew ?u>dt
?ell-selectedi -x?.eu??. e? ouou.i ?J!y arraug??! AddriK, wi'.h
r?s?l name, wbich will be conalderedcoitideixtisJ, W. D .t?os No.
?,748, P?.t-Offic?J_
PTltTNElffw?NTED?With a etwh capital of
+ .':,,(?>' to iolu the advertiier, who baa a large *i..?> i.t
?iready in ihe b iiinet?, in ? periee?!* *afe and profliabl? bail?
ne??, already well ??tauliahed l'Li? i? a rare opportuiity for a
?.e.i.g or u.f.l.i:.- ?ge-1 man Addreas, with real tignatur?, H. k.
o., at the othce ot Tb? Journal of Commerce.
Msioa'* Omci, New York, Jury ?M, MO.
TO CONTRACTORit?.?PROPOSAI??, i^loartf
la a Mailed envel?p?, lndoiisd " Prtpoial* for th? II?l**vi
Bridge," and with the name of th? bidder written thereon, w'.d
be received ?t the office of the Mayor at tb? City ll.j.otUi?
City ot New-York until the oth day of August, 1?60, *t noon jo
tliat day u hen they will be opened at th? Mayor1* Otfi.>? ?bre
?ald by Um " Commissioner* of Harlem Un.'g?i." bal'or? ? full
Board, for the diedging, atone fUling, piliag. granite, rabbi? stone,
cast iron cylinder* a.ui ?uj?er?tiucluie (e?i-h lopsxratoly) tor MM
bridge.
Propoaal* most be direct, d to ' ' The Coenrciwioner? ot Harlatn
Bridie " lhe Comml-adouen re**rve the light to ramet aay ?r
all of the eatimate? orler? I If tbe Hoard datrru it for lii* lst?re?t
of the Cvi-ii.t.?? ot New-Yoik and Weetchtitor.
Bidder? are required to writ? out ihe amount ?f their bid* in
addition to Inieiting the ?am? in ?tun ? Blank lorux* ?f sro
t'o-iiB tog?'th?r with the ipecitcatiou* uid form of coBtratt*. ram
be obtained ut the oUire or to? Mayor, nil the plaxoi. ?u tu seu-n
?t the . Hi ??? ?f th ? Engi .?er. VV ui. J. McAlBtnas, uua.. No. 1?
William (t., in th? City et New York, J B. Al'LD,
S-.-'y c ouirxus.1v uers ?i Harlaaa Hridg*?.
?L. J ?) \i | ?A party lia in?: th.- amount, anil
*JP I ?.??w? M 7? willing t- d ? te 'D-l. time, can buy iho
ONE HALF of a very probtable ..id mouey.xxsklag CASH.
HI SIM- SS already e?*jxbli?hed, la-quliiug n? farther outlay.
Apply to iv ROW N k ROSS, No. ?1 Navwaa-at. roam No. tt.
PER DAY i mi be m-ade by a fot>i Sale?
man, with a ?mall capital -ein.? ? newly sal en ted
l'?rtable ( opvlng Preai A Un? flat* article. The .?l.?*n..?t
I.t..-! Pre?* In the world. Addr*** 1. E. COOLE Y kl?..
PougbJieepaie, N. Y.
iUieidla.icot.vi.
FLAGS, TORCHES, and F1BEW0R_3.
POUTICAL FLa?S,
AMERICAN FlaAtJ?,
ENOU8H FLAGS. ~ " ^
_F' NSTON u. Si iiKIKLD No. Sx Job?. ?C
L^OR SALE?A haudflume ?qaare PLOT of ?S
JL ? re*, having f'onUfe on two road?, dtwlrably lo??ted on
eletaied ground ; SO minutea ! om New-York , 5 uxiuutv? waJt
fri m depoi on Nor hem K?i r a.i ot" New Jer*ey. Aldi W 8.
EDDli i Co., No. BJ Liberty U. New-Ycrh. ~
HALLET, DAVIS tl Co.? ITlUND^wTtf
SQl AHK PIANOS-i.ougknown a* ttM os?t PIANOS
uade PRaIT'S MELODEOSS Oood SECOND Ul.Nl*
PIANOS, very low Piau as sad Melodaointn LET
T 8. BERKY, No. %.,?% Brotdsray
_Mur?le Building, corner Grand *t
NV. SKWING-MACHINE EMPORIUM,
? N?. I". H?.i..?,, ,,,,, H?t.u*B?T
EV KEY V ?VKIETY OF FIRST CljkBS
>?.?.?.'?, ?i?.l llian/idan?,, .?.a-iny Wj Ai?.**
TO BENT AND FOK SALK.
P*rti.? in v?a?t of Sewing Ma?hine? ?IU ?ave thiiaslv?
mtivhtiiue.udiioubleby .?iiixg tt th? EMPORIUM, wber?
th?y can **lect fTou. * ttock of
ALL THE LKAOING MACHINES,
and cm t*?t t! e .?me be'oie pxrehating.
Machine? bought, UchsaSWd ?" ' 'epoited.
V. VVVli RES, jr., No 4M Broadwty.
PHELAN1?
IMPROVED BILLIARD TABLB8 ANO
C?JMBINATIOM C?BBIGNa
Protoctedhv I* tar? P?tent dauvd keb W l*?Mj Oui. ?, ItMi
De.-. K, 1K47 Jan. It, IBM, Nov. ill IrtM, aad M?reS ?v?. I*?*
Or Tl'e r?. ..in imir. ?rm. t? lu these tab Is? m*k? ih? aa
I.? p*..ed in th- w?ld They are BOW ???lad U ihe * ?uti?o
Billiard playeit a? ooanbiidug ap^d with ?rata, Uuuus boitsu t?b
aalned U any Hiltstrd Tabttv.
Manufacivary, Nos ei, 67 v i *? Cretby-rt _
PHILAN a toLLMI?B,

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