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BEE FIFTtf PAGE. -?*
CORrOEATHM ?OT1CBII.
CORPORATION NOTICE. PUBLIC NOTICE 13
hereby riven, that a petition ha* boon presented is the
Jteard of Alderu en, for a newer in Forty-sixth treet h<y
twecn Eleventh kvense ?nd Hudson river. AH portons in
terested in the Mine Laving objection* thereto, are requeu
ed to present the name in writing to Die Contract Clerk, at
thi* offio e, ?? er before June 2*. 1M2.
NICHOLAS DEAN, 1'resident Cro. Aq. Dpt.
Crete* Aqne't Depart., gotniw. T"t, Jane In, 18M?_
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE Id
hereby given, to the owaer er owner*, occupant ot ooeu
panta ef all houses and lute, improved or unimproved land*,
?Heated thereby, that the following anessinouts have been
completed by the A*ae??or?, ?na are lodged in tun office
el the Bnrean of A*??s*ment? for examination, by all per
uu interested, vim:? For paying Thirty first struct, irom
fcivadway to the Eighth avenue. The limits erabracod by
piob a?e< tmnent, inel'jdf all tbe several houses and 'jteof
pound, vacant jots, pieces md parcels of land, eituated
?a htth sides of Tbirtj-firtt street, bee wean Broadway and
Me Eighth av ?? All fersons, whose interest* are affected by
tteatovt)nin>ed.*?seiB>euts,a&3 who arc opposed to the same,
or either ef the?. are requested to pretest their objections!
In 'writing, ?? tbe undersigned, at their ottoe, I'o. 4 I'all of
Jtooord*. Vithia tliirtv day* from the 4at? ?f thi# notice.
SAMUEL H. Dl MOTT. 1
FRANCIS NICHOLSON, S Assessors.
_ ISAAC fH. SMITH. >
Office, Bur'au of Asseeainentf, Street Department, Jane
JMH62.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS HER*
bs given to the owner or owners, ocenpaat or oeo jpant*
i *f all booses and lots, iuipruvod or unimproved lands, affoot
I id therety, tliat tbe folltwiug assessments have been com
B pleted by tbe Assessors, and are lodged m tlie office of tbe
I nnn ef Assessment!' for examination by all persons Inte
tMMd, via: For building a Sewer in ?'hathnm sti-eot, from
the sewer at Roosevelt street to the wost line of Mulberry
ytfist; the limits embraced by sneh assessment Inolnde all
Hi sevtral bonses and lots ol' ground, vaeant lots, pieces am*
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?ae several wum i??vi m u..,>u,
par eels ef land, sitnated on the northerly side of Chatham
itreot, bat ween Mulberry street and a line afcout 1M) feet
westerly; and on the southerly side, between Roosovelt
Maeet and a line about 140 feet easterly therefrom. All per
mi who*# interest* are affected by tbe abovenamed assess
Wonts, and who are opposed to iho same, or sitht r of them,
?ce requested to present their objection*, in writing, to the
Sadeielgned, at their office, No. 4 Ball ef Record*, within
tbfrtf days ham the date of this notioe.
SAMUEL II. DE MOTT. >
FRAN CIS NICHOLSON, jAseewolfc
18AAC WM. SMITH, ' >
???e. Bureau sfAssessimrut*, StreetDepartment, Jan?
JflORPORATION NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
\V hereby givea to the owner or owners, occupant or oo
owpanfcs ef all house* and lots, Improved or unimproved
lands, affeotod thereby, that the following assessment* have
been completed by the assessors, and are lodged lathe
otboa of the Burean of Assessments for examination by all
persons interested, "vir, : ? For flagging a space four foot wid>i
through the tidewalks of Thirtieth streets. Let ween Seventh
and Eighth avtnnes. The limits embraoed by such assess
ment. Include all tbeieveral bonses and lots of ground, va
cant lota. pieoes and parcels of land, situatid on both aides
of Thirtieth street, between Seventh and (eighth avenues.
AU perse us, whoso interests are affected by the above
named assessments, and who are opposed to tho same,
oyoitberof them, fcre requested to pre. 'en t their objection*,
in writing, tn tho nndorsiKncd, at their office. No. 4 Hall of
Records, within thirty days from the date of thi* notice.
SAMUEL II. DE MOTT, )
FRANCI8 NICHOLSON, S Assessors.
flOKPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE
vv hereby giver, to the owner or owners, occupant or o
ISAAC WM. SMITH. >
Office, Bureau of Aiseeementi, Streot Department, J un?
96, 1M2. _?
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r oeeu
pants, of afl fisuses and lots, improved or unimproved lands,
affected there- y, that the following assessments have boon
??mpleted by the assessors, and are lo.!?.>d in the olSoe of
the Bnrenn of Assessments for exnmi aation, byall person*
Interested vie -.?for regulating Teith avenue, from Porty
?econd to Forty-iixth struct, setting curb and gutter stones
therein, Macadaniaiug a space twenty feet wide through the
?entre. and laying a course of flagtiag en the sidewalk*
thereof. The limits embraced by such assessment, include
?H the several houses and lo?s of ground, vacant lot?,
piocos and parcels of Und, situated on both sides of Tenth
avenue, from Forty second to Forty-aixth itreet, en tne
north side of Forty-second street, 4<X) feet easterly and 4<J0
irestosly trom Tenth avennc, on both aides of Forty third,
Forty-fourth, and Forty-bfth streets, 4<K)feet easterly, and
400fe?t westerly Trom Tenth avenue, and on tho south side
?f r???j sixth st.roet, 40(1 feet ??>.! 4?H) Icet westerly
from Tenth avenn*. 411 persons, wnoco mteronio m
kSeeted by the above named assessments, and who are
?pposad to the same, er eitt erof them, are roqnested to pre
vent their objections, in writing, to the undersigned, at their
?flee, No. d Hail of Record*, within thirty day* front the
iflU of tkii BO tic*.
SAMUEL H. DE MOTT, 1
FRANCIS NICHOLSON, > Assessor*.
ISAAC WM. SMITH, J
9flee, Bureau of Assessment*, Stroet Department! Jan*
1MB.
CORPORATION NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
hereby given te the o?uer or ownera, oocupant er
?eeupants of all henssx and lots, improved or unimproved
lands, affeoted thereby, that the following assessments have
keen eompletod by tho assessors, and are lod^od in the
?fliee ef the Bureau of Assessments for examination by all
Crsons interested, vir.. ? For regulating Forty-fifth stroct,
tween Second and Third avenues, in conformity with tho
established grade. The limits embraced by such assessment
inelule all the several houses and lots of ground, vaeant
lots, pieces .tad parc?ls of land, sitnated on both (ides of
Poity-hfth r.treet, from Second to Third avenue. All per
sons wlmae Interests aro affected by the above named as
sessments, and who are opposed to the same, or either of
them, are requested to present their objections, in writing,
to the undtr?iirncd, at their office, No. 4 Hall of Records,
Within thirty days from the dnta of this notW.
8AMUEL II. DE MOTT. 1
FRANCIS NICllOLSON, J Assessor*.
ISAAC WM. SMITH. >
Office, Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, June
2b. 1M?.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERE
by given, to tin owner or owners, oecupaut or occu
pants of all bouses and lots improved or unimproved lands,
Affected thereby, that the f'llloning assessments have nucn
?< uipleted by t'<u i??>aor> und are IoiIkuiI In the office of
tbe Bureau of Assessments for examination byall persons
interested, vii.:? For paving Thirty- third str*?t, from the
Ponrth to the Sixth avenue. The limits embraced by such
n*scssnivnt. include all the several houses aud lots of ground,
vacant lots, pieces an 4 pip-els of land, situated on both
?ides of Thirty-third streot, tr-tn Fourth to Sixth avenue,
and on both sides of Filth avenue, 100 feet north, and 100
feet south from Tf irty-third stroet. All persons whose In
Wests are effected by the above named asiessments, aud
taho are opposed to the name, or either of them, arc request
ed to present their objections, in writing, to tho nndersigned,
at thiir office, No. -1 Hall of Records, within thirty day*
from the date of thi* notice.
SAill LL H. I)E MOTT, )
FRANCIS NICHOLSON. > Assessor*.
ISAAC WM. SMITH. )
Office, Bcre*n of Assessments, Street Department, Jane 20,
_t?62. _
(^ORrORATIONN NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
J hereby given, to the owner or owners, oocupant or oc
enpruts ot all bouse* and lot?, improved or unimproved
lands, atlectnd thereoy, that the following assessmeuis havo
been completed l y the assessors, and aro lodged in the office
?f tho Hiirefl u of Assessments for examination by all per
rons interested, via.:? For digging and biill llng a well and
erecting a pinup therein on the southwesterly corner of first
avenue ana lUith street. Tho limits embraced bysuehas
sessinent include all the aeveral houses and lots of ground,
vacant lots, pieces and paresis of land situated on both
?ides of First avenue, between lines running 101 feet north
erly and 101 feet southerly from 119th street, and on both
aides of IllUh street, between lines running^ feet easterly,
?nd 325 feet weeterly from First avenue. All persons
tabose interests are a flee u J by the above named asses*,
ments. and ? ho are opposed to the same, or either of theni,
?re requested to present their objections, in writiu.*, to the
undersigned, at their offiie. No. 4 Ball of Records, within
thirty days from the date of thia notice.
SAMUEL H. DE MOTT, )
FRANCIS NICHOLSON, > Assessors.
ISAAC WM SMITH, >
Office, Bureau n?"AMe*?ni?uts, Street Department, June
S)i, l bbJ.
ClOHrORATION NOTICB.? PUBLIC NOTICE 13
J hereby given, to the owucr or owueri, occupant or oi
cupants o"f *11 hensei and lota, improved or unimproved
land*, affected thereby, that the following asseismoutii have
been completed by the ameMore, anil arc lndged in the of
fice ef thi Bur^n.! of Anessmeuta fur oxatninatiou by all
ser?eni interested, Tlx:? For reflating and grading Fifty
fir.-t street, from the Third to the Si* th avenue. Ths limit*
embraced by ?ueh aasef <incnt include all the several housed
and lots ofrronnd, vacant lots, piece am' parcels of land,
aitoated on both li loi ?f Fifty-iirst ete?.et, from the Third
tr the Sixth avenue. All person! whole interest* are af
fected by the above named asseiimenti, and who aro oppos
< d to the same, or citli. r of them, are requested to presott
their < bjcetions in writing, to the nndcrsilned, at tnelr of.
fi'o, Ho.' i nail of Record#, Tithin thirty dayi from the
date of thtoneticc. SAMU1L H. UK MOTT. )
FRANCIS NICHOLSON, > iUMiori.
ISAAC WM. SMITH, S
Office, Bureau of Assessments, Street Department, June
26, ISM.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
hereby giveH, to tl.e owner or owners, oconpant or occu
pants cf all nouses ami lota, improved or unimproved land*,
?fleeted thereby, that the follow imr assessinen*.! have been
?ouipleted by t lie a- sensors, and are lodged in the office of the
Bureau of AsBefntiii'iits for examination by all peruana iute
reeted, vi*i? For building a iew? r in Second street, from
Avene* A to a point about !>? toot west of First avenudl
The liiuiU tmbraeed by such assessment include all the
?evoral houses and lots of ground. vatant lota, pieces and
parcels of laud, situated on both sides if Second street, irosn
Avenue A to Seoond avenue, on the west aide of First ave
nue, soatlierly to First itreet, and nortlu rly Nti feet from
Second street, and mi the east sldo of Second avenue, 131
feet aenthcrlyfrom Second avenne. All persona, whose in
terests are aife' tod by the above named assessments, and
Who arc opposed to the same, or either of them, are request.
*4 to present their objections in writinr, to the undersigned,
at their offioe, NO. 4 Hull of Records, Within thirty lays
tr m the date of this notice.
5 AM 1 F.I. II. DF. MOTT, i
FRANCIS NICHOLSON, > Assessors
ISAAC WM. SMITH, )
Office, Bureau of .ltsessui nts, Street Department, June
i K.JK.2.
CORPORATION irOTfCS.-PVBt.tC NOTICE IS
hereby given, that a petition lias been presented in the
Board of Aldermen, for a aawcr in Twentieth street, from i
Frit avenne to A vet no A. All persons tnte-eated in the |
fame, having oHje ti r? thereto, are requested to present |
the annte In writing to the lon'.raet tlork. at this otlioe, on
?r before July 1, l-V NICHOLAS DEa N,
I'ri . Uer.t ot the < ? ten Aqueduct r'op.irltneek.
t'rotcn Aqueduct Department (Rotunda), Park,
Juu* il> IMA
<*< ORP*r &TION NOTICE. -fUBLIC NOTICE IS
J hereby n,. n ? i,at petition! have boon presented In the
Hi.ard t l A??tsts., Aldermen, lor si wcrs in Sufl lk struct,
from liroomcto I)ei.ni,,, str,.e;; md also in Hudson street,
from drove to Morton; -,,,| ln narrow s?r?ot, ISO foot east.
^11 fofiow iBUrnt^d in iti(? bavin* objtjetlonH there
to. are re | . tested to present %he same in writing, to the Con
tract Clera. at tliiaofpee, on Avi
r , ? N !' !!01' V W ^?/"esld^t Cro. Aq. Opt.
C'roton Aqne't Depart., (Kotundi,) ParV., Jane 21, 1 -.">2.
CHOTON AOCIDVCT DF,PAFTMENt._to CONTRAO.
?er?.? Sealed firoooials, endorsed " Wt->p0S?| Ur Hewer
lu Clai.es street,' aijo with the i?ine of the ,,r ?..r .
?ees makti(! toe "?n'e, and the date of its presentation Wtll
he received atthe (>fl.ce or the Crflton A ineduet Oui art-'acnt (
until Tuesday, iheii'b day of July. IS&3, at 'i o'clock, i-' ^
to build a sewer. w?th t!i? neaisary Bleeiving basins and'.^
vt its, In Charles street, fr in the pr ,p ?"d Sesrcr in Qreen
v Irb avenue t> N, rtli river, bi ini i t 1 ngth abuut I S)4 feet.
Tie j, a i. ?f the sewer anil ipeciiK-atlons fie building t.!,o
?ante, and all ,tlier in fi tn>atlon relatiM thereto, em be ob
tati i d on application to the Centra' t ' lerk, n*J thii office,
N H l|i?I,N S OBAN.
Presl lent of the Croton Aqnedu t D-r ir'.ment.
New T< rk, J uae i.'. l-si^'
(PROTON At.'I'F. Ol't T DEPARTMENT. -TO CONTAAC*
J tori.? tieaniil prop ,..1-. en I. r-? d " P-opoi ul for Sower
in Pcrr> strict," als< with the name of the perion ,.r per
f ni Biaklng the atmr. an 1 the date nl t p r < .entatlon, will
b? received at thi illlee of the Cr t >n Aiiueditet Depart ment
until Tuteday theiith dayef Jrlj If;" ut o'l'luek, P. M .
to build a sewer, * Ith the nc> < s- ,ry n- r ? ivl >g ba?insand , ? >
i-eitn, in Ptrrj st.?e*t, f r,"ti the propo'ed - wrin Or-n. |
wieh asenne to the North rirer, bein; i . 1 n th si it U,<iM 1
lot The plan of 'he fie. r and ?|, ion- tor hint rinf f
?,t He eane, ard a'l other inform i'i"B r, ii*. in t thereto, cv ?
be obtained i n epi llca' . j to ti e ( . :,'r 1 erk, f, thin,
1 (flee. NIC >f.AS DRAN,
Prosidou* of the CrvV'u |tKO et 1 , p ?rt n-nt, , I
Mow Vork, J urn il. I '.J.
CORPORATION NOT ICRS.
TAVBRN AND excise LICENSIS.-MAYOR'S
Office, 17th J did, 1842.? Notice.? The laws of thi State
?iihjeol "evory pere?n who shall ??U by retail any wine, or
strong or spirituous liquors (deitaed by the Corporation or
diiiaaccs as nine, brandy, mm, gin, strong waters, bitters,
beer, ale, or other exciscablo or strong liquors ) without b?>
jng licensed," to fine and iinpti-i Din cut; and "all persons
wix t hall tell any strong or spirituous liqn?rsin quantities
?bote five gallon*, (excepting importer* and distillers selling
liquor* imported or distilled by themselves) without bi:ia^
licensed," to a penalty of twenty-five loilars for *v b olTeuee.
T.'ie Com mimdonvrs of Rtciso will hold extra and 'heir last
meetings for granting licenses, at this otneo, on the following
days, from 10 tu 2 o'clock, for the several wards respectively,
v*
lat Ward on Wednesday, 2^d June.
'hi do Thursday, 21th
3d do Friday, 25th
4th do Saturday, 2*ith
6th do Monday, 2ilih
Oth do Tuesday, 2*Jth
7th do W sdnnsday, 30th
Mli do Thursday, lat July.
9th do Friday, 2d
loth do' Saturday, 3d
llth do Wednesday, 7th
12th do Thursday, Klh
13th do Friday, !Ah
Nth do Saturday, 10th
15th do Monday, 12th
Kith do Tuesday, 13th
17 lb do Wednesday, 14th
18th do TLursday, 15th
VJth- do Friday, Kith
2l)th do Saturday. 17?h
On which dnys, all persons, wholesale r.s well as retail
J>;a>. r?, who require licences, are roiiuosted to attuml. TUo
charge for a lieeuse is ten dollars, and must bo paid ia btak
ablo money. All delinquents will he immediately thereafter
reported for
CORPORATION NOTICE?PUBLIC NOTICE JS
/ hereby (riven that a petition has hetn presented in th?
Board uf A Idcrmen, fur a Seffer iu Cross street, between
Orange and Pearl streets. All persons interested in the
same, having objection* thereto, aro requested to present
the same in writing to the Contract Clerk at thin omue, on
cr before June 28th, 1832.
NICHOLAS DEAN, President Cro.Aq. Dpt.
Croton Aquo t Depart.. (Rotunda) Park, Jane 18.
Corporation notice.-pubij#- notice is
hereby given, that a petition has hl^rarescnted in the
Bond of Aldermen, fur a Sewer in Farty eighth street, from
-Ninth avenut Sewer to Sewer now built west of Eighth
avenue; and also, a Resolution for a Sower iu Will street,
from the bulkhead 1 1 wosteily line of Pearl street. All per
il sts interested in the samo, haviug objections thereto, aro
requested to present the same in writing to the Contract
Clerk at tMs Utlico. on or before July 1th, In'iJ.
NICHOLAS DEAN,
President of the Croton Aqueduct Department.*
Croton Auueditot Department, (Rotunda) Park, Jjno
28, 1862.
^JTKEET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 nAI,L OP RECORDS
Pubiic notice is hereby given that the following resolu
tion* have beon presented in the Board of Aldermen ? To re
1 avc Chesnut street; to grade Fifty-first street from Tenth
avtune to Hndsun river; to raije, regulate, repavo, set curb
and gutter stones, and Hag sidewalks uf West street, between
Duane and Jay streets. All perums interested, huviu'; ob
jections thereto, are requested to present them in writing
to the undersigned, at liis office, on or before the (It h day
of Jnly next. JOHN T. DODCE,
. June 30, 1852. Street Commissioner.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB
following petition ba.i been presouted iu tbo Hoard of
Afeistant Aldermen:? To fence vnennt lots on Twentieth
street, between Second and Third avenues. Also, the fol
lowing resolution:? To flag sidewalk north silo Division
street, between Norfolk and SnfTolk streets. All persons,
bavins, objections thereto, are roqueted to present shorn in
writing to the undersigned, at bis offlco, on or before the
Uthuay of July next. JOHN T. BODGE,
June 30, 1892. Street Commissioner.
mSCELLANBOl S.
Gold t*?ns.-a. a. bagley it 00., manuVactc
rers of Gold Pen* and Penoil Cases, and^ patentees ?!
the celebrated Extension Cases. Not. 12 Maiden Late aid
177 (Irving House) Broadway. _
DAGUBRREOTYFBS.-TnE SCALE PLATES.? WIS#!
plates are superior te all other*. They are perfectly
smooth and even, and take an easy polish. The silver oi
them ia thick and absolutely pure, waich is a Tory grout ad
vantage. We warrant them to give to dbguc reo types tt?
richest ton* that *?B be obtained. For salt at the self
agent's , TICTOH BISHOP, 23 Maidenians.
Lucrative occupation for either sex.-the
advertiser will communicate to any U.d.v or gentUraaa
printed instruotinns in two beautiful arts, nith four other
respectable and highly remunerative oocupaUons, requiring
no previova knowledge, but trifling outlay, end anlbeiuntlj
explicit Nj enable either youth or a?lnlt i f both sexes bo
practise the same, an;', hy ordinary industry secure a goed
income in the production of artloles in couJtand demand
throughout the Union. The lnstrnetlons will be pnnotually
forwarded by return of mail te any port of the United
States, foe $1, hy addressing
P. L. JEUNBHOMME. Rochester, New York.
SUGAR PLANTERS YiSITlNC NEW YORK ARB IN
vited to examine the ee'ebratcd eentrifazal Sugar Ma
chines now is operation at tl.e fllo!<e Iron Works, Thirty
third street, near Tenth avenue where also may bo seen it
eonrse of eonstmetlou.Su&ar Mills. Engine*, Vaennoa Pans,
with all their latest improvements. Broadway aw
Fourteenth street stages run to the weiks.
G. B. HARTSON it CO.
WATER COOLERS.? A NEAT BUT PLAIN AND
eheap article, manufactured in Baltimore, and used
exclusively through the Suuth. It will save tfty per cent of
ice. and t.wo or three cents ofioe will la*t over twenty-four
hour* in the warmest weather. To be found in New York
only at P1COT fcr GINTER'S, importers and wbokwals
dealers in House Fnrniahiug Hard ware, 4e., K'2 Pearl street,
corner of E siden lane, n p stairs.
THE AMERICAN FLAX AND UEMP DRESSER.? THE
subscriber would call the attention of agriculturists,
and the public generally, to hil Ml method < if breaking and
dressing flax and liooip. He liaa a machine, invi j under his
patent, on exhibition at the Agricultural Implement Fac
tory of F. Neshwit/., Willi -?msburi:, and also a working
model at his off' e, 57 Chambers street. New Yorli, where
he would be happy to see any person interested in the Hn\
or hemp business, or any capitalist, who may wish to invest
iu the patent genfrully, or engage in the manufacture of t!.e
machines in this or other Stales.
LEWIS S. CUICllt?8TER, Chambers itMCt.
Tt) IMPORTERS OP WATCHES.? FOR 8.V1.E, FHI
pood will and lixtores of a well established business,
situated in Maiden laue, and established for five year::, with
g >od run of custom. Per* ins add rest ng with retl name, wii 1
be attended to. Address L. E , Herald utlioe.
IRON BEDSTEAD WAREROOMS-ORNAMENTAL AND
plain, at all prices and si7.es. Also, the healthy spring
Mattresses, at less than half the usual cost of any other bods.
Handsome marble ton Centre, Pier, and Sofa Tables, cheap.
Fancy and Gothic Chairs, for worked cover*, fce., all pri os
and st.vles. Apply at 563 Broadway, above Spring street,
West ride.
RICU FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS ? THOS. FA YE &
Co.. 4;4C Pearl street, between Alulison and Chatham
streets, have ju s t received the late-t patterns of ever} style
known in the trade. They have the decoration! arranged
on sereeus, io a* to *how the effect when on the walli.
Artistic workmen ?tt?nd to the retail department.
? THOS. FAYL & CO., 498 Pwri street^
FASHIONABLE TTIKDOIT SUADES, GILT COR
nicee, Lace and Miulin Curtains, &c., at great bar
gain!.? KILTY & FERGUSON, 289 Ji Broadway, and 84
Keadc street, have on hand the moot extensive s'ooV of the
above goods of any etoro in tho citv, and arc prepared t#
ofler to purchaiers, either at whole tale or retail, bargains
not to be found elsewhere. ________
TO DENTISTS.? MAGNIFICENT SHOW CASES, ART I
licial teeth let in moveable figurus, ?r as dentists would
require, made and sold at 40Q Grand street, np stairs.
Pleasurb. Pleasure, tleaswre.? drive out
to Yonkers, sixteen miles, to K?Ilinger's Mansion House,
or take the Hndson Railroad earn at Chamber* and llnj
nun streo's, at H, 9, 11.30 and 1 o'clock, or take the boat at
the foot of Jay street at 9, dine at 2 at Kellinger'*, and re
turn, by boat or cars, early in ?" afternoon or morning.
Thi* is the cheapest an<l most iclightful trip to he taken.
Carriages always at the det.< N o mosquitoes. Meals at
ail hour*. From Kellin: er i inters can sec twenty mile*
north and stuth upon the idson and the surrounding
country? the air is braciai '.ud water and other refresh
ments of the first quality.
There is a pleasu ?:& tn travelling by wa
ter, whin everything cengjnial to our comfort and
bapplne s. I have travel . many times hy water, but n"*er
found anything to i>ur,>a .'ic fine sailing qualities and <abiu
accommodation* of the < endid lark Asa Fish, from Mo
bile ti> this port; and > noble commander, C;?ptala .1. D.
Gates, in a perfect go: .nan and a thorough seaman.
. J. C_ BABCOCK.
IjlOURTH or Jl* -PERSONS desirous of All
verti. iag Exctir Parties, Fircworka, and all * orts of
amusement* for th urth of July, arc informed that "Tho
Sachem," the adi t of the Order of United Americans,
is the bert paper ' dverti-e in in this city. Advertisements
Will be received % he oC'cc, No. 100 Nassau street, uui.il
Thursday cveni> ag
THE FOUR! 1 OF Jl'LY WILL BE CELEBRATED AT
that time tiored place, the Passaic Falls, Patorson,
N ew .lersey, > re tho iiimcrtal Washington, in the time
that tried me - souls, v i th liis compatriot, Lafayette, and
other heroes . tbc revolution, rested for a time. The pr<*
prietor of th Cottage on the Cliff will useevcrv endeavor to
honor that i ay hy a most sublime displavof the "vroteihnl
art, to take place en the evening of the fifth. N. B ? The
table will be spread v th the delicacies of the eason for the
visiters, from 10 A. M. till -I IV M.
WATCHES.? RECEIVED l'KR STEAMER nOM U
vurpuo], a small invoke?
L&die* fine Gold Watches
English Gold Patent l.cvsrs as low as 49
Cold Levers, full jewelled IH
C"ld Levers, gold caps, for ladles 8#
Gold Hunting Patent Levers <>0
C; "Id Hunting Lover*, foil jewelled ?15
JOHN COX, I ? per tor. 2B8 Broadway, up stair*.
A CARD -TEAS, TEAS.? THE EMPIRE CITY TEA
Company is now having a run unparalleled in the his
tory of the New York "lea trado. Our three pound boxes of
Oolong, and four pound boxes of .voung flysoi at eisht and
twelve sMllirg* per box, are swept of! by the lover- of good
Teas nearly as fast as our stock can be replenished. So
much (or sellii g Tea* of the finest qualities 1ft per cent un
der prices akiully charged at other stores. Onr Teas at
three and four shilling* per pound will com par ? with tbe
same arti'-'e sold elsewhere at four and five shlllir.es per
pound. Qood Coffee, ten ponnd* for on# dollar, cou'-lai.tty
oi band, ros d and gr und dai'y. Look inatoorito k,
and examine for joursclve*. YOSE & JOYCE,
Tea Warehouse, 97 f.atharin* sfcrset.
IIOHTN Nti ROD STOKE, NO. 1M BROAD VI V.?
-J Bi.yet s Rods are itola'cd with glass, and mou- d ?
top with itver platina points and magnots, thus const a tint
tbemort perfect protection of any rod ever in vent . and
at a price i'12H cents per foot, everything fnrni-ned end
put on tb. 1 i.tldiLg complete. Agents wantod in tl . b?si
ncss.
I^VFS G HT? SPECTACLES SCIENTIFIC ALLV AD
J jn!>- d to vision, with nnerrii.gai curaejr, hy Vr. Kranks,
Srcc iiicle Maker No. MJlofl. ry Rcfer?noc.?Dr*. Dubois,
\Vllke? and Knlsted, surge ms to the New York Eye Intir
mary. Dr* Stephcn?on and Rogers, jorgeens to tie New
York Tve Hospital, ai d Dr. H'alla<e.
ViR\ HAZARDOUS! ' " "
J lusect banes, with poison tr u^tit.
Ne'er by prudent men are Migbt.
enl'j won't > ! ? 1 a flea ;
Hut alM ! for vcu and me,
If. ti rough accident or iia>-te,
H'c th?.t mortal poiloa taste |
'1 her* f"rc. inin- ril bug-banes sfeun,
Th? v n av kill yTiirseli < r Son ;
But the in??".ts p*-s them by ?
Theft's r.aiiaht lirsea in bed ting's eye.
Lyon's Pow ier. miid ? tr im leave*,
lii?cet? ViU. but ne'er deceives.
Man may t at it. or a child,
'Tie it,nncnous anil mild .
Yi t all insects iinlckly d>c.
As the fatal atoms 1! y
I r< in the ?.?>.), ?i tv. ry jerk.
,v . , Scon aeejmplishiagthe ^ork.
Del A of LYON f- Matfnetie >oWder aad p.ifc, (price SB
Cents per box,) <.'? Broailwsy. 1 "
?QOORa. SASHES. AND PA NIL M
|^%all. Ntr vr ??' 'triBWlas on hand, or nlkHtt
order, th" very fan l?V,rk to le fen?d, at pros* which
"iitn't *".?? i I to Mt.-mfiirehasir*. being much lower than
W' rk i f ti e ssme qTn ' ; ? v IP siM elsewhere, ?l)i;?f) >oia,
fiiln dm d or not, ol a.i rises and kind "f *nl>!., Sa?!. s,
gla/ed or not glnsedt Blind* aui Sh'^tera. Il*eks, Bibowe,
ami ?>| xork <if the kind made if Im best stick and work
manship. All arti< les I aektd for (hipping.
HOH.SKS, CAAKiAflBI, Mm.
Nm E W "VOKK UORSE BA/AAR, NO. 31 CROSBY
ctreet.? Auction Sale of IIor.es Carriages. H kroess,
ttiddlcs, Sic., tvery Monday and Wednesuay, commencing
at 12 o'clock. JOHN H. GATFIELD, Proprietor.
BIJO<;v ANY person IIWINQ A LIGHT, GEN
teol buggy, < ithfr with or without a tup tint they wi*h
tu dispose ot, m:iy lib 'I a purchaser by addreo-oig liug<y,
II. raid office. giving dcsc'ipti iu, m.iker's bimii and price.
None nerd apply uulers they iim a handsome article.
1,1 OR SALE? A 'I LACK MARE. WAT ON ANI? HAR
noM?. all complete. The Marvin but A jean old, uud
fait, *11 bound an.l kind ; anJ to bu fold, as the owner Ins
b? furti.tr me for them. Can bo seen at Sherwood ?
(table, 80 Walker street.
rv R SALt-A MATCH I'AIR OF DARK It A V HORSE0,
-I long tails, sixteen baud* lugii. six years old, very stylish,
and good travellers; warranted soniiu and kind. Also, one
?ft of tew l'oa< h Huruess, and one light Wagoa, but little
used; will be tiold ? op ilier or separate. Can be secu at Jones
& U iid'rJ illi h ? a I . I ? ? . No |ii fourth avenue.
|1<jR : AJ.E- A BORREL nORSI, EIGHT TEARS OLD,
r fifteen bands one inch high, thoroughly broken to
sad Jle, and single or double ha menu. He has s ipenor stylo
aiid action, ih a ta-t tratilier, and ef groat endurance.
Also, a Top W in and light sot of single Harness, but
Utile used. Price $?">'). The above are to bo sold on
account of the owner going to Europe. To be seen at
William Ctnally's Livery BtftbU, 89 Q*Mt Join lifHl*
1.1 OR SALE? A HANDSOME BLACK HOUSE. 13>i
hands high six year t old, kind iu Kindle at>d double bar
ueii, and nolu on account of the loss of bis mate, and war
ranted aeuu'l. Can be seen at M Mercer street, and full par
titular* given.
17*OR SALE-A TWO SEAT CARRIAGE, WITH EX
? ' tension top; lias been but little used, and is in tine
condition. Can be so c at the store ol' J. K. Lawreuee, iiai
Broadway. Price $180.
FOR sale? a bay MARE, SIX YEARS OLD, PIF
teen and a half bauds high, sound and kind in all har
ness ; a ,iood worker, fast traveller, and v?ry stylish driver.
Will be sold below her value, the owner havlug no further
useforlur. Apply to Dr. Theall, 00 Hudson avenue, Brook
lyn. '
I[M)R SALE? A VERY SUPERIOR HORSE, SPRING
Cart and Harness, (the good will of the work will ho
given gratis.) Inquire at L. Van Kipor's feed store, 71 First
street, er at corner of Third street and Bo?<-ry.
f.iOR SALE? A BEAUTIFUL BRIG A BAY, ABOUT
X six years old, hands hi h, soiiut aia kind in all
harness and a spl^n d fd saddle horse. Said horse was raisod
in tbil State, and has always been used by the gentleman
that raised hin. For style and actios cannot be equalled hi
Un city. Apply to Cleaver and M.isvn, l!76 Spring street.
? It SALE, A HOTKL '-OACII.- A VINE PA?: ENUEK
Hotel Coach, built atConeord, N. II. Said eoa? b is in
perfect running order, suitable for city or eenntry use. Ap
ply at i!75 Spriugstreet.
HOftSES.-KECKlVF.D THIS DAY. AT TlIE UNITED
States Snle and < 'ommbsloD Stables, N is. 122 and 121
Ku.-i Twenty-fourth street, near 3eeonil avenue, a lot of verr
flue Vermont Bori.ee, consisting of sevoral fast roadsters
and some fine match teams ; also a drove of good draught
h rses, lor >al< low. JAME8 H. 8UYDAM. Proprietor.
H^BARN 188.? WANTED. A SET OF SECOND-HAND
double harness, (medium light, > plain, but good of thn
Kind, suitable for a rickaway or light wagon. Address Ed
ward, Chatham squuro post office.
Horses for sale-a buy iiotbl, blooming
dale Road.? Joseph Jewutt respectfully invites the ad
mirers of young, sound, and fast horses, to inspeot at his
stable?, at the Abb}' Hotel, two pair that oaunot bo excell
ed in any or all of the above requisites. For beauty and
symmetry of tignre, they are matonlesH. He has also for sale
tevi ral young singlo Horses of ejual merit. Also for aale.
a first rate beautiful Cow of the genuine Devon breed and
her calf, trldOk can be seen on the pretnisos. Joseph Jewett
retains his reputation among visitors and boarders for the
Mcellcnt qualities of his wines, li [iiors, and sugars, and the
attention of his hostlers to the care of gentlemen's earriagei
and horses.
Livery st.able-the stock and fixtures
of an old established Livery Stable, now doing a good
business. 1 hose desirous ef going into the fcusiuess, would
de well to call un C, It J. C- VALENTINE, H Allen street.
Light wagon for sale.? for sale, a light
Tritting IV agon; weight about 2i>0 lbs.; wheels extra
height; suitable for road or track use. Can be seen at the
curriagc repository of Mosars. Smith & Sen's, in Myrtle
avenue, nbo\o Washington avenue, Brooklyn.
PONY FOR SALE.- A nANDSOMB AND REMARK A
bly well mado Pony, five years old, and warranted
sound; is a first rate saddle horse for a lady or gentleman;
was imported from Cuba at a great cost, and will be sold
under its real value; has never been used in harness; sold
for want of use. Can bo seen at N orris's Stables, Clinton
place, near Maodoug&l street.
TO COUNTRY HOTEL KEEPERS.? F0K SALE, TWO
second-hand rocttawnys, ia good order, one very light,
suitable for oonntry use; also one extonslou top coupe, and
one two-seat rockaway, nearly new. All will be sold low, if
applied for iinuedintely, ?l J. <C. HAM'S Carriage Warc
luuse, ft'O Broadway.
BIIYGOODS. ?
PRIOR TO THE GLORIOUS FOURTH OF JULY-A DE
eldsd clearance of stock, to clase accounts ? The proprie
tor of the ladies' Parisian Hat Depot being compelled to clear
bis present stock, has resolved to offor such decided bargains
that cannot fail to astonish purchasers. N. B ? Ladles'
Bloomers 3s? Is. and .'is. Also, Ladies' Hats, suitable for
travelling, 4s. 5s. and tis. Observe, thcLadi**' Parisian Hat
Depot, 241 Broadway. WM. AITKIN'S.
IHU'riAtt.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY?
Connecting with tlic Pacltio Mail Steamship Company
?only through U.S. mail line f >r California and Oregon, via
Aspinwall ami Panama. ? By order of the Postmaster (Jcne
rnl, the United States muil steamers, with the great Cali
fornia and Oregon mails, arc to Iju despatched on the 5th
and 2lHli of vn' li month, direct for Aspinwall; and from New
Orleans on the 7th ar.<l 22d. When these dates occur on
?nnday, tl.? sailing to be postponed nntil t lie Monday fol
lowing'. The Facilu mail stvaiuern arc to bo in readiness for
immediate def Thatch nn arrival of tbc mails at Panama.
United States Mail Steamship Company.? The following is
a list of the steamships belonging t? this company:?
GEORGIA 3,000 tons I CRESCENT CITY I 500 tOM
OHIO S (NIO tons CHEROKEE l,300tou?
ILLINOIS . .-. .2.1U0tonr| I'D I LADELdl I A 1,100 tons
EMPIRE CI TV . 2.CHKI tone | EL DORADO. . . .. MOOcons
FALCON 1,000 tone
Leaving New York lor Aspinwall on the 5th and 20th of
each month.
The new steamships El Dorado and Falcon will form a
direct line b?tw een .New Orleans and Aspinwall, leaving on
th<- 7th and 22d of iia :h month, and forming with Lhe Pa-. ifie
steamship." a through line to and from New Orleans and
ports in Mcxieo California and Oregon. Patsage frosn New
Orleans can be secured ftoin Armstrong, Harris & Co.,
agents at that place.
TUB RATrs I'ROM MW YORK TO ASPINWA1.1. WILL nE
For Ladies' Saloon State Rooms $fi5
Lower Aft and Forward Saloon Rooms 65
Second Cabin Standees 45
Steeraie. <15
Pssscnf'Ts are landed nt the railroad depot, a spin wall,
free of expense. The rai'rosd being in operation, and oars
muring over luilf the ilistanco troin Aspinwall to Panama,
the transmit of the Isthmus roav be performed in from
eighteen to twenty-four hours ? the expense, which varies
from $10 to $2ri, to be borne by the passengers.
pAcirir maii, sri AMlHir compart.
The public arc informed that, nnder the new arrangement
of this company, steamers inspected and approved by the
.Navy Department, commanded by N?vv officers. ana car
rying the Vnited States Mails. will hereafter leave Panama
immediate)/ on arrival of tbe Atlantic mails, aud San Fran
cisco on the 1st and 15th days of eaih month, and will toneh
at Acapulco. A reserve boat will be kept at each end of
the route to e ver accidents. The following steam packets,
belonging to the Pacitlc Mail Steamship < oinpany. are now
on the Pacific, one of which will be always iu port, at eack
end of the route
IOLDEN GATE. . 2, NX) Tons.
TENNESSEE. . . . 1,300 "
NORTHERNER.!,?*) '?
REPUBLIC 1 2<*> "
OREGON 1099 "
Panama 1.0*7 ??
CALIFORNIA.,.. 1,050
COLUMBIA S00 Tons.
CON STITUTION..S00 "
ANTELOPE 750 "
CAROLINA fiOO "
COLUMBUS (it*) "
ISTHMUS 600 "
UNICORN (it")
FREMONT. (500 "
The new steamship Columbia will ply between San Fran
cisco and pottsin Oregon, awaiting at the former port the
arrival of the mails tu.d passtngtrs at Panama, ana return
ing without delay w ith the mails and passengers for the
steamer from San Francisco. Persons securing through
passage by tbe United States mail steamers from New
York, have preference of accommodation on board of the
Pacitio mail steamers. Rates pf fare from Panama to Snn
Francisco on the most favorable terms. A regular line ef
propcllirs will be kept up lor the transportation of freight
and transient pnFsengers between Panama and Saa Fran
cisco. One of the above s( earners will keep up the connec
tion between Ai apulco nod other Mexican ports. Each pas
scnirer is allowed 250 lbs. personal baggage, free, not exceed
ing in measurement 10 cubic feet Fr> 1/ht will be taken te
t'hagrce si 70 cents per loot, and front Panama to San Fraa.
eisco at the rate of SHX)i"r ton. Fur freight orjn?;aire,
apply to CH ARLES A. WHITNEY, at tlio oflloe of the
Companies, 177 West street, corner of Warron, New York.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.?
for New Orleans, via HAvant. The splendid steam-hip
EMPIRE CITY, 2.000 tons, J' )iu Leed i, commander, will -ail
from the pier at foot of \\ arrtn street, N. R., on Monday,
July 12th, at 2 o'clock P. M., precisely. Rates of passage to
Havana and New Orleans: aew arrangement: -Ladles Sa
loon bertha, Si! 0; After do., $'-0; Forward do., $.?; Steera/e
do.. 26. Freight taken to New Orleans at 2"> oontf per
cubic foot. Shippers of freight are re. 1 tested to supply
themselves with the oompany s I ills < f lading, ? 1 Ich mat be
had on application at the oflie*. No other form will be
sitf d. No bills of la Mng lliintd afti r the shin has 'ailed.
Eur freight 01 pawage, apply to M O. ROBERTS,
177 West street, corncr of Warren street.
VANDERBII.T LINK FOR SAN FRANCISCO? THE
cnl.v Line issuiim tickets for or"sfing the Isthmus.?
The Shortest aud Cheapest Route ? Great Reduction for
Throngh Tickets ?The fast going double englue steam
ship PR0MET3ECS, eighteen hundred tons burden, will
leave from pier No i. North river, at three oVt . P. M.,
o- Monday, July fi. for San Juan del Norte, direct onneet
ing ? ith be favorite steamship Pacific, over tbe M uragua
Transit Route, having but 12 miles of land trar . tatton.
Toese steamers are unsurpassed for speed a;. ' mmoda
ti m, nrd passengers can rely upon going through with tbe
ntm st.di ..patch. Tils route oners superior advantage* for
families going to California, as they win he constantly under
the lupervislon of officers attache.! to the line. For lnfor
?oation or pa; -age, ?j ply at the ofli-e. No :i Kattery place,
up stairf. I>. B. ALLEN, Agent.
Notice to SUPPER* and passengers for
*' ? ?? Francisco and Valparniio- Tho stt .mship ( IT V
? ? h PirisnURQ i* now at her btrth, foot of North Moo e
street, snd is prepared to receive a small quantity of J'ght
Ireigbt for either of the above porta.
Bowman, grinnell. & co., onl' authorized
agents for the S* allow Tail line of London and Kiver
pool packet ships. Drafts from i.1 and tipwards'pavaWe at
eight, in any town throughout O.nat Britain and Ire
I and. iitRce .-flSuiitli street. New Y rk; Fenwick ChM&bere,
Fenwick street, and No. 5 Reg nt Road, Clarence dock,
Liverpool.
Ar?.TRALIA, PLRT PHILIP AND SYDNEY LINE
of Packets ?I'be sabs'-.-ibers will di spatch the splen
II A 1 si ip M A INOI.I A. the next ship nf this line, on the
L'lth .Inly. This splendid ship, 1SOO tons Mirthen, command* j
ed v an experienced mssttT, having bce>n Utted sprcssty
frr the comfjrt and eon-cnience of pa??cnger and tamilioa. I
F >r freight or passage, y.'ileh will bo taken on the most fav fir- I
b> ,erm?, apply on bn,u-d, nirrll.ER, cr to W. 1. Dlf- '
tJ A.N, 13 Front stree.; HUsSK.I.L & NORTON, .'II Old Slip
er to ELLIOT. AKKF.LL* CO., 146 Pearl street.
I.^OR SAN FR 1NCI8CO, TO SAIL ABOUT THE 15TH
of July -lhe splendid new clipper ship SOV EREIGN
OF TDK SIAS, recently launched by Mr. Donald McKay,
t he build*.*- of toe Flying Cloud, is now at her barth, f >ot or
Mai>'en lane, and will be despatched for San F.-aneisco about
?Ac 15th of July. She is built on the nif.ilel of the Flying
(loud andia supposidto be the longestaud sharpest square
rigged ship afloat. I'ur freighter passa/e apply to
GRIN NELL, MIN'IURNft CO., W South street.
J^t'R CHARLESTON -SEMI-WEEKLY U. S MAIL
Line ?The new and fast steamship J AS. ADCF.R, C'apt.
J. Dickinson, will leave pier > o. 4 N. R., on Wednesday,
June .10. at 4 o'clock P.M. precisely. For freight apply on
t<ard, and fur passage (having magnificent accommoda
tions) at the cdlce of
SPOFFORD, TILF.STON fc CO., 48 South street.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS AND PASSENGERS FOH
San Frtrelsso and Valparaiso.? The steamship CITE
OF PHTSIllj^lG. will bo at her berth, front Philadelphia, oa
. he 23d Inst., and be prepared to ro*?lr? a small anaatitj ef
'fib I freight ft|?Ub?| tlm t*m,
4 HIPPING.
N
Ij'OH LI VERFOOL? UN ITED STATES MAIL STEAM
rt'il i'A< IKIC, Capt. Eara Nye.? Thin steawahip will
de-pan * ith tii* Doited States Mailt for Europe positively
on h ? ti.ru *>, July III at 12 o'clock, M.. from her berth at
the fo< t ol Canal (treat. No berth secured till paid for.
fur ireinht tr passspe. having unequalled aecouiinodatioa*
forcloKauee aud comfort, apply to
EDWARD K COLLINS k CO., MI Wall street.
Tlic stotn.abia ATLANTIC will aueteed U?e l'a ilia, and
Mil July 24.
JOTICE TO CONSIGNEES ? STEAM8IH1' ATLANTIC,
from Liverpool, is sow discharging, under general uf
aer. at the fo? t ol Canal street. Consignees will ploaiie at
tinu to raoaipt Of their goods E K COLLINS k C'0.
T11E NfcW ^ UHk AND LI VERI'OOL UNITED8TATES
Mull Steamers.? The ahica composing thin line aro the
foiien ilk i? ATLANTIC, Captain H int.
PACIFIC, Captain Nje.
ARCTIC, Captaia Luc#.
BALTIC. Captain Comatork.
ADRIATIC, Captain Urafton.
There shipa having been built br oont.ract expreasly for
government icrviee, every care has been taken in their eon
it ruetion? an in their engine^? to enanrc itNBgtk andapeed,
and their aeeumm<'ditioBB for pasaengera are unequalled lor
elegance and comfort.
I rice of parage from New York to Liverpool, in first
cabin. $1*0, m second cabin, $70. Exoluaive uae of extra
hi. o atate rooina, $300.
From Liverpool to New York, JJ30 and i.20.
An experienced surgeou attached to eacli ship.
No berth aeaured until paid for.
fHOPOKEU DATS* Or miUNIi.
From New York. From EiverpooL
Satnrday, J uly 10 1832 Wedneaday, June 30... 1802
Do July 24 " Do July 14... "
Do Aug. 7 " Do July 28... "
Do Aug. 21 " Do Aug. 11... "
Do Sept 4 " Do Aug. 25... "
Do Sept.lM " Do Sept. 8... "
Do Oct 2....... " Do Sept. 22... "
Do Out. Irt... " Do Oct. 6... ?'
Do Oct. 30 " Do Oct. 20... "
Do Nov. 13 !' Do Nov. 3... "
Do Nov. 27 " Do Nov. 17... "
Do Deo. II " Do Dec. I,,, "
Do Deo. 25 " Do Deo. 15... "
Do Dec. 29... "
Ftr freight or passage, apply to
EDWARD K. COLLINS ti CO., DC Wall at., New York.
BROWN. SlIIPLKY k CO . Liverpool.
E. C. ROBERTS k CO , 13 Hing'a Arms Yard, London.
JOHN M UN ROE ft CO., 26 Rao Notre Dame dee Vic
toircr, 1'iria; or
GEO. II. DRAPER, Havre.
The owuer of the.<e ahipa will not be accountable for gold,
Mlver, bullion, spt><ie, Jewelry, precious atones, or metals,
unleaa hills ol ladiDg aro signed therefor, and the value
thereof therein expressed.
UOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE. ? THE UNITE#
E States mail stoamahip FRANKLIN. James A. Wotton,
eommamler, will leave for Havre, touching at Southampton
tt land the niaila and paosengnra. on Saturday, July S, at 13
n'doek, from Pier No. 4, North River. Prieo of passage,
$13). All letters rnnut pass through the post office. An ex
pert aced snrgovn is attaobod to tha ship. Luggage not
wanted during the voyage ahould be sent on board Hrne day
bofoie sailing. marked ''below" N. B.? No merchandise
will be received on board after Thursday, July 1. For
freight or passage, apply to MORTIMER LIVINGSTON,
A*ont,63 Broadway.
PACKETS FOR HAVRE-SECOND LINE.? THE FOL
lowing ships will lave Havre on tha 16th, and New York
?n the 1st of each month:?
Pro* N. York. Prom Havre.
{?hip ST. DENIS, 1 Jan. 1 Fob. 16
1,000 Ions burthen, > May I Juno 16
Alom* FoJIaimhoe, master.) Sept. 1 Oot. 16
_ . .... ??. . ~ | Maroh 16
Juno 1 July 16
Oot. 1 Nov. 16
Maroh I April 16
Jnly I Ang. 16
Nov. 1 Doo. 16
April 1 May 16
Aug. 1 Sept. 16
Ship ST. NIOOLAS,
1,000 tons bnrthen,
John Bragdnn, master.
New sh<p MERCURY,
1,400 tons bnrthen,
R. D. Conn, master.
Bhip WILLIAM TELL, ,
(ncrf), 1.200 tons burthen,} Aug. 1 Sept. 1C
J >hn Willard, maxter. 1 Deo. 1 Jan. 16
They are all first ola'ss New York built ships, provided with
nil requisite articled for the eomfort and oonvenienoe of pas
sengers, and commanded by men at exporieaoe In the trade.
The, price of passage is $104, withont wines or liquors, flood*
sent to tlie *obsorib?rs will be forwardai free from any
ahargo* bnt thorn actually tnourrod.
BOYD k H1NCKEN, AgenU, 161 Pearl street.
REDUCTION IN FARES BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA
and Liverpool. ? The Liverpool and PbiladelpliiaSteam
ship Company intend sailing their new iteamahips as fol
lows:?
EROM FHII.AnBI.riUA.
City of Manchester Saturday, July 17
City of Ulaagow Saturday, Atu. 14
C ity ai Manchester Saturdajf, Sept. 4
Citi of Saturday, Oct. 2
nioju j-ivKBrooi,.
City af Glasgow Wednosday, July 21
Citv of Manehoxtcr Wednoaday, Aug. II
City ?f Glasgow Wednesday, Sept. 8
City pf Manchester Wednesday, Sept.29
City of Glasgow Wednesday. Oct. 27
Rates of pMsagc from Philadelphia: ? Saloon in after
atate roems, $t<0: in midship stato rooms, $05; in forward
staterooms, $55 -including provieions and steward's fees.
For freight or passane, apply to
THOMAS RICHARDSON, 41 Exohangc place, N. Y.;
or No. D Walnut street, Philadelphia.
A limited number of third class passengers will be taken
at $20 from Philadelphia, and $30 from Liverpool? found
with provisions.
STEAMER TOR LIVERPOOL. ON THURSDAY, JULY
8. ? Tho well known and favorite steamship SARAH
SANDS. 1,500 tons burthen, W. C. Thompson, Es^., Corn
mnnder, will leave her dock at Pier No. 4, North Rivor, for
Liverpool, en Thursday, July S, at twolvo o'clock. This
steamer has very superior accommodations in state rooms,
for tir?t and second cabin passengers. For freight or pai
sagc, apply to
J. HOWARD & SON, A?ontp, 34 Broadway.
New york, iialifax, and Quebec line or
SUamnhips, bi monthly, touching at Halifax and I'ic
tou, Nova Scotia, Churiotteiown, Priuco Edward's Island,
Sliadiac and Mcraniiehi. New Brunswick, Gaspe, Lower Ca
nada. ( Und? r contract with the British government lor
the intercolonial route.) Tho new and last steamship AL
liATROSS, 1 100 t>ii? burthen, and '2t0 horsepower. James
Kearny, c< inn under, will leave Saturday, July 3, from
l'ier No. ! ">, N . R.. foot of Franklin street, with first cl iss
ac< ommodutiuns for 1 -0 cabin passengers, and <440 tons
Ircipl t, ? ill Hnil lr< m New York, bimonthly, for Halifax
an<i l, iiot.ee, touching at tho intormediato ports in tho Itri
ti.-h l't ovit ces. l'a'sago by this unrivalled route for tourist!
and i oiuDicriial iiien?wil| recommend itself an the first ?li
reet emmuri ?tii.n by steamships frilm New York to Que
bec, \ii-iting the chief pur^s iu Novaftcotia, I'rlncc Edward's
Miu;d, bmntwick, and Lower Canada.
Pass.it e from Hew \ ork to Hullt'ax $15
I)o. do. Qn?bM 40
He. IUIifux te Fi ton 4
no. do. i'rinee Edward's Island t>
Do. do, Mirnmichi 1
Do. do. (Quebec 30
A few family cabins can t>e secured on eitrly application.
(;r< ut care and despatch ? ill lie guaranteed in receiving and
discharging freiaht at the varioua ports. For freight or pai
saee. apply to the a/cuts.
8 DH.M'KR, -Vn. f> I'inc street, New York.
W. ELLIOTTS CO,, Donno street, Boston.
W.M. HARRINGTON, Halifax.
Capt. SLEIIHI, Charlottetown, 1*. E. Island.
MACFUEARSON, CRANE it CO., Agents at
Montreal and Quebec.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO? ON SATURDAY, JULY H
at 3 o'clock P. M., from the loot of North Moore street,
N R.? The new and splendid double engine stca-oskip CITY
OF PITTSBURG, 2.400 ton. burthen. Win. C. St. tesbury,
commander. will positively sail for San Franoisoo, touchier
at Rio, Talpraiso and Panama, on Saturday, July 10, at 3
o'clock P. M. This steamer has inporior a-commodatiuns,
Is well ventilated, and otherwise fitted for tho trade. It is
?onfidently expected that sho will make thj passage In the
shortest time on record, thns offering a rats chanco to fa
milies and others who wish to avoid tho crowded ships via
the Isthmus, as only a limited namber of passenger* will ko
taken. A small quantity of freight will also be taken. Ar
rangements 'iavo been madeswith tho owi or* of the bow
steamship Unci* Sam, (1,300 tins,) now build ir.g, to
make a through connection, and she willsooL take her'plaee
in the lint. For freight or passage, apply to TIIO*AS
RICHARDSON, No. 41 Exchange piano, or to ?. MILLS. ?'
Cortlandt street, agent of the Undo Sam.
TCMPIRE CITY LINE-THROUGH TO BAN JRAK
M.J cisco at greatly reduced rates of fare for oa>-n ui
fteerace passengers.? The new and splendid double engine
steamship SlKRHA NIVADA, l.SoO ton*. J. D. Willow.
Isq., commander, wiU leave her dock, pier No. 3, N- R., for
Aspinwall, Navy Bay, direct, on Saturday. Jnly 10, at 9
o'clock P. M., oonnec.ing at Panama with tb: favorite
(tecniship New Orleans. Edgar Hafciman. ^mittate,
wbieh steamer will take the pwrengoru hy t'* Sierra Na
vadafmm New York, and immediately ther? -'tor prooood
to San Francisco direct. These vosselo, in a't ommodatiens,
safety and ventilation, are not surpassed by any on this
route, and an experienced snrgoon is atts he 4 to each * ip.
Passengers per Sierra Nevada will bo larded at the railroad
wbarf at Aspinwall, free. Book* now open and through
tickets for sals. For freight or p?>sn<W. apply ?o
J. HOWARD It SON Agento, ^Broadway,
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
connecting with tke I'aotlc Mail Steamship Company.
Only through line lor California and Oregon, via Aspinwall .
and Panama. By order i> tho Postma- or Oeneral, the
United States mail stcam'fs, with the greit California and 1
Oregon mails, are to b? dispatched on th 5th and AJth of I
each month, direct f?r Aspinwall. When 'hose dates occur
ou Sunday, the s?Hng to be postponed ue til tht following 1
Monday, "The FS'-iflc mail steamers are to be in readiness
for immediate Ospatch on arrival of the Mails at Panama. j
Agreeably to tb- above, tho splendid and double engine U.
S. mail Steanvhip OHIO, 3, OOtl tons burthen, J. Findlny
S' hen'-k. V. S. N . Commander, will sail n Monday, July
6th, at 1! o'cluM. P- M. precisely, Trom pier at foot of Warren I
st e?et, North river. Trie Facitio Mail Stcsaisbip Companv'a !
n aitnihccnt ftoamor GOLDEN GATE, '?VO tons, Carlisle P. |
Patterson. '? 8. N., eommandcr, will be <* readiness at Pa
i.'in.a to fin the Ohio's mailt and | uscngers, and sail ,
Immediate J f?r San Franoinco. No eo ^rte will be spa-ed
l>v the tw i m paries, to put their passengers through, with
?xj".-ditiv.? and comfort.
Rirmor rtti. to AspiMWAt-U
Lo'lie ' Saloon, State Room .ftifl
L ?-r Aft. an i Forward Saloon, Stale Room .. 5A
See<nd Cabin Standees 45
Ft e#rage 98
Pae< ngtrs will be landed at tho railr>v | whart, at Aspin
wall, ree. Tran it of the Isthmus at the passengers' ex
pel > . Psrsrns s> curing throngli passag , by the if. 8. nail
steamers fr*m New Y?rk have prefer, ice of aeeotnmodjk
toir ou board the Pacific mail steamers. Rates of fare from
Fsoaroa to San Francisco on the mo-t favorable ttrms.
;\.r relght or pi'sace, apply to CHAVLCS A. WHITNEY.
? t, the oftee.of tho companies, 177 West street, corner of
Warrf street.
FOR NEW HICLKaN: d : . Tlir new i> ?ublb
engine steamship HFNJAMIN FRANKLIN, Winthrop
Sears, commander, will leave pier No. >i East river, for the
al ove port direct, on Tuesday, J ,y til h, at 4 o'clock P M.
This ship has elegant accoun^'da* *i,s for passengers. Pne
satre in cabin stateroom, fitiO; I'atiairo in steerage, f.j.1 For
freight or passage apply on board, nr to TnOMAS P. STAN
TON , N".Wi Kan th street, or to??. LINCOLN Ik Co., No.
120 Pearl street. Measurement goods twenty-five oents per
foot. Bills of lading will be 'i : uished to shippers on appli
cation to the clerk ou board, cr at the ofliocs of the ac ntii,
anil signed only on Loard. Tt.e steamship WILLIAM
1'ENN wiii succced the Bci ,auiu Franklin.
For NORFOLK, PETERS I I kG, AND RDMlM'iND
The United States mail sti amslnp KoaMisKE. Lewis
Parrish, commander, ulll leave from plot 13 N'.rth river, on
Saturday, dd of July, at 4 O'elocK, P. M. Passage and
fare to Norfolk, state roem tnrluded, to Pet. r^urg and
Rubmnud state roi.m included, |IO. rttoerngo paajage. half
price. Pills of tailing signed nly or. hntrd F?r freulit ap
j'ly on 1... anl, ami for passnie te LUDLAU It PLE ASA N TS,
si Front street, near Old sll.i.
I^ORJaVANNAH-UNITED STATES MAIL ONE.?
The new ?ud nperi r steamship FLORID4, Captain
Thorna- I.jon, will leavo en s?turday, July 3, at 4 o'clock
P. M , Iroin pier No. 4 North Kivtir. Apply to
SAMUEL |? hi ICU ILL No.PJ4 Frontstre- t
The A LA Kama, Captain C. D l.udi?w, on Saturday, Jiily
10. For speed, streni th, a coinmodatiov, and fare, theso
(bfpi havo un inperlot ou n^o ocean.
yoR CHARLESTON, S. C? CABIN PASSAGE tiff
r irclnding state room and faro To sail on Tuesday, !Sth
inrtarit. at 4 o'clock P. M . from pier No X. E. R.? The
splendid new st"amihiri CI IV NORFOLK, Ju I'. st,
c< mniaiiiler, is now loading, an 1 w II tall rerulurly asabove.
This Teisel has tine state room accommodations fir pns
?eiig'T*. and is fitted in ft e ni^** oomplct* manner in every
parti ular. S teerage pnssag' Fri ight at modorate ratrs.
Apply to MA1L1FR & Lti.ti, lOrt Wall street. TjrS*
vautnh, passengers wi'l ti K- ?. through at $IS.
|? OR SAN FHANCISf O V ! \ RIO JANEIRO, VALI'A
" rai oar)', i'smisi- I ho n- * iotil Ic en/ine t'?io p
CORTEX, I Of) tti.fbur ' n, r. Cv vv*f- i'smraai '
will d?\at\,V' t Uie a' ive , '? on Thur-day. Ji.ly ti. For
passage havin* splendid a. . mmodalions, a| pljr to DAVIS,
BROOKS * CO, a Beater street.
DOtlSV THEATRE.? DOOM OFUf AT 7)< ; C1IM
1 MJ tain rise* at * o'eloek. Wcdneaday evemug, June 30,
i will lo I'tflcriMi (I the drama of
LOLA MUNTE* IN BAVARIA
Lcuia, King r.f Bavaria W- llitniHon
Baroa Newsbaumer >1 ? Steve. n
Lola M (intra Mile. Lola M jut. ?
National theatre, Chatham * treet.-doors
open at 7 ?**tain rises at H o'clock.
Weam idnv evening. June MO, w,ll te | ila yed the dramaof
REBELS AN1> TORIES.
Wm. Mkritoi.fr. . . Mr. Joi.ee I Na-She-Ma . . ..Mr*. Nichols
'IKEUMI AND AMEKIOA.
Jimmy Finnlgau Mr Radm ?n.l Ryan
Barn VM h american museum.- a omission. 25
eta.; children, 12,!,' ot?.: Tarquei t.",' cents extra. Ser
pents, Ostrich, Orang On tang. Jto., Jnst arrl ved from Africa.
Gorgeous Oriental UMoao o! Cerean Sculpture, Lord Byron
sod the Gresks all m-ving a* if alive. In the Le< r.ure K?im,
tli If aUernoon. ut 3 o'clock, n ?. >1 in the eveuing . at 8 o'clock,
tin domestic drama of the V 1 1.1. AG k. I'HXNTOM
CHRISTY'S OPERA BOUSE. MECHANIC 3' HALL, NO
47? Broadway, above (Jrnnd street ? Opcu every night
during the week, until further tie*. The original and well
known Chriatt'i. Minstrels. cuiniirlsiug an efficient and v*r
satile "oorp* of "talented" and "experienced performers,"
under the management of E. I*. Christy, whose concert* in
thil eity, for a sc-cession of "tit years, have been received
with favor by laghly respect* lo and fashionable a ijiunnes.
Tickets. 2 i cents Door* open at 7; commence at h o'clock.
Tli? patron* of Christy's Minstrels are ri speiifully inform 'd
that the Saturday afternoon connects are discontinued. On
Mrnday.JulvAtb.au afternoon Concert, commencing at 3
?>lock^l\jrf.
Wl.OD'8 MINSTRELS, A C MINSTREL nALL, NO. 444
liroadway, between Howard anil Grand street*. ? Opea
every night, under the management of II. Wood, whose
eon cert i* and delineation of nerro character cannot leex
erlled. The recent alterations for tho summer mouth* of
fer Inducements for families that raunot ho had at any other
similar establishment in the city. Admitalon, i'l oonta.
Door* open at 7 o'clock: Concert a aommonee at U o'clock.
N. B.? The proprietor of Wood's Minstrela, to seenre the
perfect respectability of hie Audience at all timo*, ha* dis
continued the Wednesday afternoon ooucerta, aud will here
after give the performance of Saturday afterucon ?ipre?*ly
for children accompanied by their guardian* On Monday,
July tth, a grand afternoon Concert, commencing at three
o'clock,
ETROI'iTliTAN HALL- EVERY ~N I CIIT-O' RKIL
ly's (irand I'anoraina of Ireland. (Iran. lour, beauty,
aud inter* ft, city, solitude, mountain, lake. ?n<i wood Mr.
Ferguson on the Union ripe*; and O'Koiily in lus oral
?ketches. Ticket*, 26 cunt*.
RANK LIN MUSEUM, "13 CHATHAM ~ SQU ARB ?
George Lea, Proprietor. ? 'i'lio above eutaMtahiaent i*
open e\ery afternoon at .1 o'cloek, aud in the evening at 8,
for the l urpoiio ef "Claaiio and v>ri>riu?l Kepre*nntatioaa ol
Liviuz Statuary, by M'lle Caiiuet'a Troupe of Model Ar
tUtea,1' together with a variety of heantiful perforin an ce*.
For full particular*, lee billa of each day. A 4ini-<ni<>^
teat* iu private boxca, SO cent.a; atage i-eat*. wit h eii'hioaof
arm chair*, 37,1* caoti; boxea 'i.') centa; gfillery, IJ', aeuta.
L*CEUM THEAirTtE.? TEST1M0N I A I. Tt> MR oib*
Jordan, on which oeraxlon the followingemincnt artirt*
have volunteered, and will appear Saturday, July il; -
Menu*. Brougham, M'nloM, Bland, Lynne, Skerrett, and II.
C. Jordan; Meadame* Skerrett. Walcot, Stephen*, and Miaa
Weston. A l*o, by pi rmianion of Thomaa Harry, Eaq., Mt"??ra.
Oavidge, Conway, H*le, and Mia* Kate Morn.
F
HOTBLI AND WATBRINO PLACES,
CABROLL HOOSS. 7-^' BROADWAY, OPPOIITB TO
New Turk Hotel, being in complete ordor, liaaopvnvd
ardcr '. Kamillea or xiugle ccntlemci
with furnished or unfurnialied roomn
uropenn plan.
JAMES HENDERSON, Proprietor.
for the reception of boarder <. Familial or aiugle gentlemen
eun be aceommodatcl with furnished or unfurnialied rooni?
on tke A me lie an or European plan.
B II E
AT8' HOUSE, DALHOUSIE SQUARE, MOSTREAU
G. F. POPE.
H
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The donegana hotel.-notre dame street,
Montreal, by J. II. DALEY.
ONGRESS HALL, PATTERSON, N. J. ? TUIS HOTEL
in now opan for summer boardurn. Gentlcinuu wishing
to have their families In the country during tlio lumniir
month)., and having to visit Now York daily, will find this
one ol the most convenient hotels in thc viclnity of New
Vorku S. H . LUSE, JR.
POW ELTON HOUSE. jnCWBURG.? THIS LARGE FA
rniiy llotel, ?liuated one mile above the village, on an
eminence commanding a splendid view of the river anil
Highlands, is now open for company. Families iri^iing pure
mountain air. sufficiently modified to render it delightful to
the uioat delicate person, together with the advantage* of
fine (rides, wonderfully diverslHcd, large, airy rooms, well
furnished, with plenty of piny ground for their children,
shaded by hundreds of beautiful trees, w ill lind thin plaeo
Snsecsslng superior advantages, l'orsons vhiting this esta
liahmunt will find all the national amusements that are to
be met with at any otheai first clnss w atejing place. Com
munications several times daily by railroad and steamboats
at moderate fares. The charge fur board the same as in other
first class housss. BLaKE & REED.
Heath house? schooley's mountain mineral
Springs, New Jersey.? This old and popular e^tabliak
ttient is now open for the season. The underbuild art
ready to enter into arrangements with families for the sum
mer, and s licit a continuance of former patronage. Full
Information may be had in reference to the place. &c., by
referring to our ctrd, at th? Irving House and New York
llotel, A. L. ST1GER.
D. A. CRQVV'ELIh
SEA BATHING, PAVILION U0TEL. LONG BKANCII,
N. J. The subscribers aunounoc to the public that
their new aod cpa< i> us hotel Mill be opened on t L ?; ^roth ol
Jnne (or the re. epti. n of visiters. Families desirous of s?
cur.ug rooms, can do so by addressing us bv mail.
MORRIS & LEVY. Proprietors.
Steamer* Edwin Lewis and Thomas Hunt leave west a!4e
Pock slip daily; steamers (iolden Gate and Gilpin leave
the foot ef Robinson street daily for th? Pavilion Hotel.
B E L M O N T II A L l7 "SCHOOLEY'S MOUNTAIN
Springs, New Jersey. ? This favorite estalilialimenMii
now open for the reception of viaiter*. Every endeavor will
he extended to insure for the huHac the 4istinguihi ?)d pa
tronage of prevfoii* season*. Route from New Y. rK.? ?*',
A. M., M' fristowu and Dover, loot of Ortlandt street;!)
V M., Eliaaliethtowh aud Wliitu House, Tier No.:: 10 AM,
MorrUtown and Do\er; 1 P. M., Elixabethtiwi and Whitf
liouac. iamilioa can secure apartments by * ? lresslng
E. A HI NCHMAN.
WAV A V AN D AllorsiT G REBN WOOD LAKE,
('range county, N. Y ?The above house is in ist
bkautifully situated at the head of <'re?nwnoil Lako, ten
nn'ei. in Itogth. Ft r pure mountain a.r, lomaatie i coui ry,
i|ni-'t rambles, frtsh water bathing, .?'?od fishing, this
Slate cannot be surpassed. Stages leave George Cooper'*
lotcl, Chester depot, New York and Erie Railroad, upja
the arrival ofthe morning train fpnu New Y rk. For lotr
tieulars, inquire of llenry D. Felt?r, Broad ? av. or of the
proprietor, at the lake. THERON I I. I, I KK.
CUIFTON. STATEN 18I.AN D.? FOR SALE? BU 1 LD
' Ing lots and cottage site", near the Narrow*, in the
most rentral and desirable 'art of < lifton. The avenuea
are seventy leet wide, and the extreme purity of the vat, r.
with the beauty of the view ommanding the Kay, eity, and
Narrows, the exquisite dri??* ?ud walks, and being iu the
vicinity of ehnrebes, s*' hou-9, and other advantages, render
? the inost attractive res-' ience in the neighborhood of this
city. The ntarest ferry landing ii at present within
hall a mile, but a ste?mboat dock will he immediately
erected directly in fron' "I this pri pertjr. and the b mts of
the two feirles run r'gularl* to the Island every hour.
Apply to M'M. VAN IV*GE.NEN, Post's lluildiugs, llanover
street, or WM. MrLE>N, Etapleton, ^taten Island.
HAMILTON HOJJSE, FORT HAMILTON. L. I., IS
now open for the reception of boardois. Parti m w ish
ing to engage roon;> will address the propriotor at Fort Ha
milton, or at the oJlee ofthe Aator House. Steamboat May
(jucen, ? apt. McNeill. leave* | ier No. 3, North River, at 7
nndll'A.M. and 1, 4 and S'j P.M. Returning I'rom fort
Hamilton at HanJ "'-i A. M. and 2 '4, .V4 ai d 7,'j I'. M. Fare
IS1, cent*. rio*-ing bathe; also, good bca -h l>?thing. Fur
nlsaed cottage '0 let. N. It.? J. I n Sebert. agent cf the
?teamboat M rj ?^neen, on pier No. .'t, N. R , will tako ehar/e
and deliver *11 baggage or parce's left wit h him for the Ha
milton Bouse. Hoarders at the house re :cive the papers by
the ?f?t boat. IIAH LEY B. 1 LAPP.
rtj OUSTER HOUSB, DANBURY, CONNECTICUT,
TT was opened on the first of Juno. It 1* large, newly
kuilt, and supplied with spri' g water for ba'liing. Ste., and
ha* all the conveniences of modern hotels. Danhury i*
about three hours' ride from this city, by the New York and
New Haven, and Daabnry and Norwalk Railroads, and
offers attractions to those wiiiiing to visit the country dur
ing Wie summer month*. W. S1M0NS0N.
The marine hotel, at" fairfield. connecti
cut, will be opened by the proprietor. J. B. Monnot, on
the first day of June next, as a summer branch of the New
York Hotel. The Marine Hotel is situated in a 1 eautiful
village, on Long Island Sound, affor !'ng all the inducements
of excellent sea bathing ami r mm tic drives In the adjacent
eountrv. Every endeavor wUI be exert ?d to insnre fir tho
hotel trie distinguished |i*tron*ge of previous season*. Plan*
may be seen and rooms engaged ?t the ah ive liot' J, at Fair
field or at the New York Hotel. The distance from New
York is fifty-three miles, and trains bv the New Yor* and
New Haven Railroad stop at I'airtiili), si era! tines each
day.
CAPB MAT-SEA B STIl I N 'I. --CO NOR ESS nALt
will he open on the llfth of June inst. The location ol
this house, and the high and b? autiful gr aids iu front, ron
derit the must desiraole of any on the 'sla&i. The proprie
tor hopes t,o merit a coutiuoai.uo of the vorv liberti patrei
Meberetofore received V. H MILLER. P; jprietor
Douglas hotel -* us dodulas takeI rnt?
opportunity of t'iai.1* ng the msn> 'smi'ies from Ame
rica, who haie vleited In r hotel, for their kir i supj v rt, and
b' tte at the same tun to assure thew aud th-ir friend*,
Tislting Scetlnnd, tl,at her establishment i intirtn > to be
c nducted with the sai ie regard to c. m l< rt, as titU? rto. at
S<aad lb S'-. Andrew's* marc. SJinlnrg, N B
S~ ea bathino AT ROCKAWAV, l. I.? the pa
vition Hotel is now open for the reception ef vuitcra.
Car* leavt the South !'? "ry, BrooMyn, for Jamaica, every
day extent Sunday, at 9 o'clock A V ami I and ii, I*. M ,
where star's ' ill be I readiness 1 convey vi*iter* r,g the
house. Anyeotrmnnicatl 1 forme If '. with J. Ogden rtraith,
13 Front street, wiU be promptly att. jde,' .0.
J. M. URINTNALL.
CXFKERi AGK5I* OiiS, *?.
Apams & eo., office n> '? imotowvY.? wv
prvn for Cilifotali, Oregon, ?i d ? he > unl ? i ;h !?Uu<l -.
by the Caited Stataa Mall hteaui-r i Ut, <m M ? . .'lay, Jiilj
tit, IMMItiif tt Puimt kIUi Ui ?i> I nlnl un l fil l
in? at'-anrr Qolde* (lata.? Rate V. 1 :>? i. ? HT? -luji ??
tatsb an extra E*pre?* f'ir Colli -nia, On - >o. & , viv
1'ari.im e, by the I nited S..ite? M? ' min'r Ohl I r V ) i i
* nil, Navv 11:. y, direct, on ...lyAth, nt iu'rh k,
P.M. Throonh, a* n?tial, in oharg' "I ?> of our o*n expe
rienced and trusty freight, a.;en t*. nn a jpe-Hl wmensef.
Sbi| [it# fur California will bear i-? inud 1 1 1 n r , b.-.ide* biln*
tke i ill.* Expiea* whole fr'inht ?, :nta and at ??en r < ab??
lntelj aori mpany their good* to t'iin, by an arrange
ment with the Pacific Ma I Ituiu ? ompiiny, freight avot
by our Kxprc* take* pr< <?<!?' ?: t 'i I other on the mail
M.oani'Ts from Panama to San i >.?- i ?, thereby avoiding
the riak of detention on the I tb? ? If v<ng our own i?fi' ea
in San Fra;v i? o, Sa'rnmrnt -in'- n, Sonorn, Nevada |
City, Maryitlllo, and a . . -i ? r important plaoea
in California. * it'i tupp1"" r'tntin .11 the mining di?
tri -ta, a? alio to Oroicn Mi l the : . i? b lalanda, wo are
enabled to Iran |i'>rt freight, paokt ???-. | >l?ll. specie, gold
dust, and valuable* of every dem lpti< , with unrivalled
dispatch and ?*' iirity, and upon thi in..?t re?.-onable tarms,
the Custom Hon?e wi'i not no op?n u ??.h of July, aM
freight to go f..rw?rd by thin Kipr----* shot d ha deli vsrea to
os, with invoice*) before tbo day of Wilis to enable m to
?(imply witb the government order tor corilnrf and s? alina.
Small panel* and dispatsbei will o rceei dm. 11 1 o'clojl;
1" M . on day of itrun '? donartr.-e. K? ryOiiag mint be
in w?ti rrroof eooditlon, and no pt'ikago i'o ibl exceed 12.1 j
lb*, weight or live and a half feet cubic measurement. No
cbsree to shipper* by our lino for Custom If onto f or eon- I
snlnr certih atn. A'>AM< S; <J? Ml Broadway. I
,VB.? H e shall forward a Special Exp, ? by tha steataar i
Su rra Vi rada. on Saturday, Jol ? 10th. c n .? tins at i'ana- .
m* with the favorite steamer >'?w Orb . xus, fur Sao Fran- '
ciaco. ? 1
Sifbcib exprkss-forwarhed to ecrope cr i
* etiry i< ainer. Frui^l t and iiliriut u bonds and
m i .'ie, at the lonent rates.
EI>W AKI)S. yANFORP & CO.. 1.1 \r*? itreet. |
HipOHTTcO S ORBAT C'A LIFOKN l i.DHKilOS,
Sandwich lolandf, South Amcriean, ftni' 'Mn? F.tpre?? ,
?i'l l? dc?pateh?d, a* uanal, nntuami rC io, on Monday,
JtilySth, in ehar. e of MR 0W? ipeeUl r icene ^ r ami freight !
? geiit, via Aapinwnll and 1'aniina, dire ??, Shipper* will
fcear in mind that 1 1 i< on io-tabli?hed fart 'hat our expreta
g. od?)cr. through 'o dei>tiii?tion noir wlttioat tiie li an* deten
tion on the In tli in iif alno. that our charae^ ar in mi li lea- 1 )m u
t! ( ii? of ary other expre*? coinpfny W ? -6 t * . - o h d 1 1 re
ceive. a> ufiial, a lurii" share of pa'r iu . til guoda
?hotild l e ( .it up *tri tly wattr proof, hu not to exceed
l.'5 ?. In weWht H* ? make no barge f r "?u*t nn II i- e
h" ? t'o itiiilar certiti. itiK. Fackl^i* to got., to "in
nuipt I ? Ctlivir-d at onr offlc* ti ir I ' re S: it rl?v -Id ,
J <? 1> in i rdi r to hive i em rrded an i < >i.U j. Small i ar- !
ttla ra??lt?d till one, P w. davofraiiin .
B1RI 0RU & CO., i AiUr Uuu e.
*? visum.
BROADWAY THEATRE -E A. MARSHALL, SOLE
Iwcfi' ? Doors o; ?u at 7: to e innienco ?t /}, o'oloek.
WrdM*<ltT <?*li>lb <)l?? " ll' ncilt f Mr I' W
Treaaan r, anil Mr W. M Na^le, Aciaiant Treaaurvr.
IKH.AM) \ n 1> AMERICA.
IT'S 1 ll K CIJM" VI l>F TUB ( OONTRY.
A I L THAI O J.I IT IKS IS NOT GOLD.
NIHLUS GaRDEN.-MaN ACfh.MR. JOHN 3EFTOW.
I ii keto, 6?l ei'titi. rrxiUBulM, Uo.irf open 117;
Vi o .mmem e el ?'elook I* ? In ? : ty, J une JO, * il I be per
f'.rn.i ?l li t- tu in H op?r? l ??in.' *-a' led
I. E CAItl.
V irglnia Mme. Kleury .loll . Blrottea ..Mum D?brii?ay
Falun*. . , . . Mm*, Liquet | All Raioa. . . Hon*. M -nehaud
AMMIUCI OPERA IJt)l -t. riCKCTS, 0O1HTS;
Children half prioe; AMpl.itli. aire, i!S ot? Dmh cfn
? i ciiii-uinnrf ?m o'rl'.tk, H ITeni>|i J una
oil, I) n* ttl'e eotulc troupe of train. rt itniuiale, consts f >ug of
' I. r .mi peine* ill !??? r I r ui i i. j M ?? keys, dam ion U igs, snd
intelligent Onat?. * III Njipcur in -i-ri .us ami comic panto*
in i me African Collation, ou tin- ti t <1 *U< k ro fee.
|STOR PLACE OPElA not *E.-TI? K *T*. VH'ENTS;
j\ Amphitheatre, 'Jf> ? i lildren hall ;run Doi.rs
upon at 7}#; to commence at * <?' 1 >k lanomillisce witb
lnade?ire of hr ad a of i.'tmilii ? t ? publte are respectfully
informed that l> uiuttl'e w< ii rful t r ? m [??? of traieod Aui
miila will remain at the above place of auiuaauient till the
?Itli July, when they positively start on their tour "f A in " r I -
?.?. On Wednesday, Juno 1 ..nd c ? ry night during the
week, the Monkeya, l>n*? iml <m.*i n u ill give their en tertala
mint of tie DESERTER. i OLLATION D AKKiWUK . Car
riage Upaet, Slack and Tight K A . Jtu. New loatu by
M Vi'ii spinnal' ii liranil J in ciile i'erfurmaucu Saturday
afternoon.
Particular theatrical notice.? the un
dereigncdi having leaaed the building known an "Tho
Actor Fluea Opera Mouse" lor a torm of y?ar?, for the pur
p??e of producing the logitlmuw Li.*auia, tha Ballot. Opera,
aud all othi'i' rrputal lr tin iiiri' al auiui-ciiienta, will opan it
on or ahont the lith of Hi'ptambtr next, linger tho title of
"1 hi Now York Tliaatfa." Th? boaaa will uud? run a tho
rmii'li altrratii n and rnmul mn. Tin' whole of tli>! interior
will lie iixwly derorafi'il ami lit tail up In the uioxt soatly and
haautifnl manner. I .??! i?'? and ," iii[?o'. u of acknowledged
talent aail reputation, tl.ca' t !?-?? I r.r mni>i<ml, deairoua of
ahtainiiix aituatintia in the abote theatre, will plea*ainaka
?PlJiration to Cliaa. T. Par- 1 e. Tiiratrlcal Agent. Burton'*
Theatre. C. R. Tilt JUNE. I.e'?e? and Manager.
VfCLODEON, 03 BOWEKT, DIKECTLV OI'POSITl
1TI the Bowery Theatre, tieo. Lea, f'ropri?tor.~ Open
every evening, and nn M"ii<Uy, <s t<l?'?day aud Sat irday af
tornoona, coinmem-ing ut 3 nVloek, with one of tha moat
talented rompnniea in New York. 1'hu iltlodoon S"rn nailer*,
in their bMDtifiil colleetion ol aouva, hurleiojne aud faney
dancing, feat! of light iu I heavy I alam lag ? M\ii liertnda,
the ehnrniinc danaeuea ? Hon (.!? vannl. wh >playa the flolia
with hi< feot,? Ciwatonkl Joaaplil, the Mnn'iirian, in Ma
piili ?MMM AuitMla* ? With a great rariftv If tMM>
aiuuaing performance.. Adminfl 'n, '.rnlu itraaeate, JJceata;
par>|uett?, UHNlWl gallory, ti1., cent*.
(lAPTLEOARDEV-ROVSSkT FAMILT, 0NDER THE
J direction of Mcna. Ji ai. Huii??et. Third appearance at
Uorr C'line. the eeli lirateil Ti^hl lt?. |.? Dnroer. Wodimaday
ami Thiimlay evi niugi, June >t h aud July lat, two Ballets,
CATAUINA, or the On. on ol the lltndita, and tho eoBin
ballet of THE Ml l.l.KK^, will he pert, rin ed, and every even
ir i thin week Tickets, Wi cente, to bo Intd at all tha prin
eipnl Mimic Store", Hotel' and at tho Garden. Doori open
at 7 o'clook; performance to commence at ri o'elook.
CLOT ill NO,
("* MJT OFF CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED
' ? Ladioe and gentlemen having oaat off clothing or fnr
nitnre to dlapoee of, can obtain a fair caan price by aonding
lor the enbeeribor at Uia r> aid> nco, or a line through tha
1'oat will lie promptly attended to. Ladle* attended by Mr*.
Cohta. r M. h. COHEN, AC El urtroet.
("* \SH Ft?R CLOTHING.? LADIES OR GENTLEMEN,
J having any caat off clothing or lurnitura to dinpuao of,
?an receive the utmoat value in ca?ii. Iiy uoiuiing to the at a re,
ar bv letter tlirengh the IV?t. S. C'liEx, {0J Utidion atreci.
Ladlea attended to byMre. Cohen
C^ASTOrr CLOTHING AND FURNITURE WANTED?
?> Ladiee or gentlemen havln^lany Clothing, Furniture, e>
Jewelry to dirpoeo of, can ohti.ffi a fair uaah prloa, by aend
ln,; for the anbacriker, at hia re<i<lenee or through the poat.
Li.dia? attended by Mra, Duaaeldorf, No. 13 Elm atreet.
L M. DITSSKLDOItf.
Left off clothes and furniture wanted ?
Ladiea and Gentlemen ean obtain a good priffe for th?
above articloa, by aendiog through pnat or othcrwlia, to J.
THOMPSON, hi Leenard gtroet. near Brondvny.
OAtVOVV CLOTHING.- -WAITED TO PURCHASE,
about two thonaand dollars worth of good loft off
Clothing, in large or muall ijuautitlos, for which the full valu*
will bellberallv given, in current im.uey, on application per
(oaally. or through poat, to JAS. MokoNEt, at hia atoie.
Me. II Orange itroet, near Chatham street.
RKMOVAL8.
TUE OrFICE OK THE NATIONAL LOAN FUND Lin
AnKiiranee Company, of London, I* removed from
No. 7 Grand atreet tog, Washington street, aorner of Mer
cei atreut, Joracy City, w here Insurance on lira ean be ffnc ted,
V> ilj. ?i oBlocra attend daily at 2 P. M. California rinks taken,
i'aiuphlets eontalning ratoe and othor Information, and
iit'uted California ruloa, furnished on application.
J. LEAN DEK STARR. Gonernl Agani.
8 . * Xxa* "i *? . , | M#dickl K4amin?'
TO FRIMTICRB.
TO PRINTERS? roil SALE!, A La KC.K ft Y UKATLIO
Standing I'resa, and a anpor royaij (V^liingten Hand
Pr- aa, with aclf-inking apparatus ooiuploto. A^ply to R. II.
U?t i Co., Gold direct.
TO PRINTERS? A GRKAT VARIETY OF WOOD AW?
Metal Type for rale. At it has been tu use for some time,
jt will be sold on very rensonablo teriua. Apply to E. D. C-,
bird story, Herald Buildings.
lIKDICALi. _
Dr. hard KAjuab astonishing cures-suob
aa iiu other doctor can do. Either a ourw or groat
amendment before twenty-four hniira. Diaea^e ia nadl
mere nothing bjr bir treatment, whioh U ooienoe i orfeat.
ed. Ki mi tuto r it. Th? other niethoda of onre are drca4>
ful? ?nr? than the diecaao Ottioo corner of Canal ItJ? I
an< Jl'oadwai, up itairi. not in thu medicine store.
Dr. wards; ti.NForiTi,^A'rt;'? t ki k^n d. ? iir emit
art tho bt.it ctidtn.ee, then there ia an laertiolnd
to he cuKiMfd to tint. Thouaauda can toll you thai IM
never wenid have got well without it. Now taken by muf
'lt<i<lea without d'?eovery. Frco lr?m anpleaaautnriia. Im
mediate death to tli" di*??e?. i >tlioe, corner of Canal itrcM
and Broadway, not in the i..udiciue stoie.
DR. WARDS MAGICAL TREATMENT. ? DiSEARMO
onred with unexampled celerity Never ai.y rail are*.
The ?e?ret of hit tuciexa in the Unfortunate t Friend,
?n a aubatance that arreete dincaaoa almoit a* If by
miracle, the enly ipitdj and aaimtactory inrana . 1 inr?,
Office, corner of '.'anal gtreet aLd Broadway, notm '.ne mo
di' inr etora.
Radical cures, at a small exi'en.ie.-de.
H'A Rl> ?< lieita lh - attention of ail patient) whoa it
concern*. Hft ?1tr S aitli in<?t remarkable celerity. naM,
arfctynnd cln u pri oaa. The mo?t iutredulous immediately
convinced of lua wonderful poaer at caring. All appU>
enoer, cen< miencea and re*"ureiu~many not yet knowa?
ponseincil, aud lihoral'y diapcitped by him to the uufortn*
nnte. Office corner t;?nal Mr?et nad Broadway, not ia tho
?LcdJcine atore. Conmltatioai private.
DR. JuIiNSON, 10 DUANE STREET, SO WELL
known for the I ajt 22 yara aa the moat au.-jceeaful
practitioner in New York, may be conaulted an uanal in bia
private office, on all dia<ia*en to which fl'ah n Loir to. Thea*
?lio have Buffered from medical protendera may rely on hav
ing their casea treated by a phyaictan of experience. N.B.?
See my Diploma, in my office.
DIS. CON VERS' INVIGORATING CORDIAL, FOR
Nervon* liebility, Wiakae a. 4.C, enervating body and
Hiind, in< apacilating inr Inline, a ?r *ociety, %'i per bottle,
three bottle* for ftA. Important advice to the married and
linyl', mild at M T1 ird aveuite ant I t < ham 1mm street. Ad
dict hy letter. "A word to the ?i-e." Hie. PreaervO thin
notice. Dr. Cinvtrs i? eoiiliduatially coaaulted in all
Uiatapca.
Dr. coorER, u diane strekt, can be cow
? nlted with convince on dleeaeen. Hia aneceaa has
hi on audi in the treatment of old chronic cajei, aa to aitoa
i?h n ine of our moat eminent plivai iana. Dr. C. ia wall
>m mi. b?th in and out cf the pr*ii nainc, aa tho meet auo
o Kaful practith ner of dn>ea<(tiu N'evr > orlc. Ilia experi
ence ia th* reault of tw-ntv-oue ycara, devoted exoluakvely
to tiiia iipecialit;. of tho profeabion.
Dlt. WARREN, NO. I MuTT STRBKT, CONTINUES
t I c couaulted on dise.i-'-j. Thirtv aeven yeari' prao
tii-e enahli a him to cure ntrvoua 'ie'iility. Ilia treatment la
?a!? and ap?? I y, and recent n-isnirml in "ive day*. Tin
\ii t iiu k of em( iri<-s Mr WPply to hiu with a certainty of
I < ing honorably trcat(>{. N b ? A perfoot cure Houranh od
IMPORTANT MEDICAL WORK.-Dll. KALI'U'IJ TRAO*
tii al I'tlvatb Treatiae, "r tlie naturu. ayai-tuma, pr'.hr?-e,
c<'de''.|iience-<, remeuien, and c.iru of tho<e dUeaiea. v/rlt
ten in the pluinext lanxnaie, it is practically uaefnl to every
en> . in every place, a. well a? a perfect mife/uar ,1 *r%iua?
?^irai kerr. By Jofl. Kajph, M D., rractioin* phy.?oia?i and
author of aeveral il works. Ijtlt #d., 'Mi pp , price i'?o.
S< id at. No. 4.'i Ann ^t 2Aator llnqae; and at tin author't
office, 643 III iia'on atreet, n' ar Wooat?r at. Con' ultatio?
buitr^ U to 1)4 A. M. " rid li to y I'. M., Sund'iy QXoep*,6<C
Milled, poat paid, by ii.ddre?aing hoi N?9 fi at OIBe t.
NO FEE TILL CLRE1).-1?K. COB UK fT, 1<J Id,' \NM
n'reet, may be c< ntidentially < nmiltid on 4iaeanea?
T?enty-iine ytHrii in it!* cpecia'ity of the proleiteion, enables
hiui to cut" ptneral debility. The viciii.ia of auackery eaa
apt ly to him with the certainty of liavinxth e\r oanea pro
t":rly treated. Dr. C. ia a mein r of the N. Y. University.
\. I!. Olterve the tinnf and number, na there ia a felaa
No. Ill on the et.h< r aide at ('iiat)iam It reef*
MRDIf'AT. A T>V I' E.~M( IIF.INE, CBBMAN I'lIYSl
cian, ^ii Duant - 1." it, i an I"; coniulto i by Ladies .inJ
Uen tie in > u, I rein 1' A.M., to 1. M.
PARIS AND LONDON, T R E AT M E N T Of JOCAL
ditteaH. , in a lew h'>ur'?. ly a tt|ttabll appli atlom.
without pain v> uioh he . ntnHnm with Piedloioea in joaatt
tuth nal nil' ti?na a i n .rv itia d . I ility, ai th'nu.imln naa ?
nut be cured ?? itlft vit ir f. r he performs cur*i dai'y t, hiob
bad contimKd lor yea-? un'ler ?'l Oilier treat mo'it. Per
?one can rely oa n'. ' th-r pril* L re there |j ?o hhi jIi in
poaitioa; hut 'hi? diploma, tdit.rial an tide*, teatiin nialj
from pin hiciana, and 1 n 'r oi? of o<rtiii?M "! prove bia
treatm?i.l aaaqnall' d f r curvi nf thia apeoiAmy, ? 10 ha4
prtvi< t.aly kern ewindl" 1 t.\ n .? baee Imixiatire ? W. f'tnlu
A. M nriiig, \\ . N. < -nil. R. Irf>nii<l??, W Firjitfta.
Office lioitra, 9 A.M. tIM ?, a:id 7 till 9 P. M Treatment by
letter. M. l.AKMON eonfldential pliyn laa, t J R^ada
atrxt. corner of Braadway. (ao dru( atoie.)
rpur, II A if. Rl ED WOMAN'S FRfVArr. MIDIiTaL coi
A paalo*.? By Dr. A. M. Mau:;;eaii l*rof9-*aor of tti -eoea
cf Woinea.? Twentieth id;tlon, 19 rao., pp. iflO ? Prioe, $U
> earn of aafferinz of phyel ?t ?n'! in.intal ancilih to niaay
an affectionate wile, and p-ei.ntary dltlicnlti a to the hua
ba"d, mi,i! t have teer ?p tred by a timely poaimavlon of thla
work It la Intended ?> ; eriilly tor the married, or tbeea
contemplating uia *ria/u, n * it dtfloiea important aeoreta*
Which. ahoiild bekonw:. t . them particularly.
tier*, alio, ?var> fetsa:' ? tb< wifa ? the mother -the eaa
either budding into woruftoh</("i. or thi other iu tho denliaa
cf yeara? in wnom nature contemplate! aa iai?>rtaat
el aa*e, - an dlaoovor * ,.e t lae?. eympt<>ma. and tfie most
efficient remedlee, ard nr?it . r'a :i mode of euro, ia tsv^r^
cunplaint to whlil her ?cx ? auhject.
( Lxtrai t of a letter from a tinman in Oayton, Ohio.)
D- a . ?. MAtRicrAi ?? Da*Tiis, May I, ISC.
V Ii?ah Sir ? My wifo Li" keen perceptibly kinking fnf
? fcn.fi three /*ari or tnore, f n I'oue'.'juenca of her -roat aa
uli h ar'i ?ulf? ring ao? ? month! bev ro and during !ier eea?
Snemer.t? every auoceaaive one more and more debilitating
rud (irntraiin^ her, pnttlng her Ufe In tat v' neat d.?n g^v.
^nd which t?j, on the laet oeraiion, de<pair?d ef. I (tippoa?4
tl if etate of thlnga wan inevitable, and raignad myaelf ie
meet the workt. At thii time (now about two moatha) F
hcaid your book hl?rl ly apoketi of, aa containing uitte mra
teri rcaohlng my ca?n. On iu receipt and peruial. I caiJJ
I xpreaa to you the tcli' f H a:l ded oiy diatreaae i mityl
the Joy ita (ag?i imparted to my wife, on Uarniag *?* 7?
great liiaci very of M. M Devmeaa* provided a r^' "'..:,
f'P'-ne,) a proepect to n ? whl' h I little coneoive "
hie. But for tlii*. err aootle r v-?r woul l ha-.?***"'*
n y head. In all liun.an proba liltyuywiftt ?""" hara M*a
in h?r trrne, and my diildren left mother'
It <?, ? ? conraa, Iir. prae't. a le ?0 more rnlly^taa
?i riouc auhjecta treu ? d ci, a< tiiev age. '* *, nature itrtotlff
|g ter 4*d for the attri' wlhor# c ' '"f, ^!a
for aale at 20 Br vlwaj , an a- tua JIU cUaJiingofnoo, I J
Liberty atr??t, New Vofk; I.it^5 ^ ili /ii!!l5
Tnebrr, Millie, Alaea-na: T E Pcteraon, ?? Cheatnnt
I'f i'i Philadelphia On '? 1 olt t of Jl. a oony_ ?<JI
trar-n n ed by Ball. portago. to any part of tM
C?iUd A'l' tu. miyt be addrf.eoi, poat paid. ??
T>e A.M Manriceao, lv * 1-'^ N?* Y#,k * l"
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