OCR Interpretation


The New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1840-1920, August 06, 1853, MORNING EDITION, Image 3

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030313/1853-08-06/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

financial and cukmebcial.
? OIBT HtKKITi
Friday, Augu.it 6 ? 6 P. M.
f IV. e stock market ?u very ranch depressed it the
opening thU morning, and throughout the teodeae y of
price# ?H downward. Large let* of stoek wen offered,
but could lot ke sold, except at p.'ioes which holder* at
present are net disposed to accept. What they refuse
new they may be glad to take next week. Most of the
traw actions in Erie to-day were for cash, and the pur
chasers ptiuci pally the Dears, for delivery. This tended
XUterialy to sustain prices; but even with this the de
preciation was steady from the opening to the oloee From
the large purchases of Ptrko.- Vein on time, buyer's op
lion, we should think the bears might soon find tliem*
?elves In a tight place, if they were not particularly cau
tious ha their operations. Bail road stocks appear to be
In bad odor, and they are rapidly changing hands. It
lias been thoroughly demonstrated that they are bank
rupt and rotten in their Uoauooa, to the very core: and
those who hare lived so long upon faith and hope hare
abandoned all, and realized the best market price.- At
the fleet board to-day iloi i Is Canal declined >4 per cent;
Pennsylvania Coal. X ; Florence and Keyport, % ; Nica
ragua, Y? \ Cumberland Coal, % ; Parker Vein, 1; Crystal
Palaoe, 1; Hudson Kaiboad, % ; New York Central Rail
read, Erie Railroad, % ; Harlem, 8 toning ton, *{,
Erie Inooase Bonds, >4.
At the Mining Board this morning there was aot much
activity; 100 shares North Carolina Cypper soli at 8)4
par cent; 100 Mineral Copper Company, 2)tf, teller 60;
and 200 do do. at 2J<.
After the adjournment of the first Boar 1 to day, Simeon
Draper sold at auction the following stocks
? shares Hudson River Stone Dressing Co, 98
M do Suffolk Bsnk, . 1)0
20 do American Exchang* B ink, 123
1C0 do New York and Staten Island Ferry Co.,.. 50
10 do Sixth Avenue Railroad 11 4>?
31 do Latting Ohmrvat rv, 80
907 do Fraaci* Metallic Life Boat Co 80 "
10 do Knaplre Faced Brick Co 85
16 do Bkle and Nort.hoast Kailrn&d, 115
60 do Buffalo, Corn<c.g and New York RR 68}?
The one kandred tons of copper pyrites, from the mines
?f the North Carolina Copper Company, sold to-day, for ac
count of that conoern, brought prices ranging from $1
12 >i to $4 76 for each, per cwt.
The receipts at the olTioe of the Assistant Treasurer of
this port, to-day, amounted to $104,263 07; payments'
$182,822 19? Balance, $8,398 102 93.
This amount of treasury notes outstanding on the 1st
?f August was 9116,161 64, of which 9103,861 64 were
?f the several issues prior to July 22, 1846.
The annexed official -ita'ement exhlbitj the amount of
tolls collected on all the New York State canals, in each
tf the past eight yean :?
New York Statu c ax alb? Tows Coixectb>.
3d wedc in July. Total to July 22.
134(1 970.013 $1,152,400
ft47 130,969 1,654,451
184 8 8l,l!96 1 223,221
184 9 77 50J 1,261,656
186 0 75,718 1,131,120
186 1 101 874 1,399,840
1882 102 630 1,222,479
2893 102,809 1,271,771
A comparison of receipts for the two years, to July 22,
1862 aad 1853, showing the general course of trade, Is as
follow! .
1862. 1853. Decrease. liter.
?0a up freight mer
chandise 9304,689 9369,674 ? 964,035
9s down do. from
ether States 630,237 514,281 915,996 ?
??down fr'ght from
this State 387,563 397,816 ? 263
Total $1,222,479 1,271,771 15, 966 66 248
Decrease. 15,966
ToUl $49,292
The IVatertown and Rome Railroad Company have de
clared a dividend, for the past six month*, of Are per oent.
A osmpany has just been organized to build a railroad
from Oinclanati to Indianapolis, aloa? the Whitewater
valley. The diapnte aa ta whether the road should go
through Laniei, or by way of Metamora to Rushvllle, has
been settled, by leaving the looatiqn of the route to the
aogineers, whs axe to select the shortest, cheapest, and
best route.
The annexed repot t of the New Albany and Michigan
?ty Railroad has jnitb<>en issued: ? The stock subscrip
tions have reaoh^l fv "10 000. There is already Uid
between Ai'uiUj,, ti. -tos 7S of ttack
between rrawfordsvill* and La'ajitte, 28 sitea; an I be
tween I-afsyeUe and Michigan City , 67 miles ? making in
all 172 miles, and leaving 114 miles still to lay. It is ex
pacted that the whole will be eoaoplcted by Maj let, 1854
Tbe entire cost of the read, with equipments, depots, 4c.
is put down at t6,OGO 000; to finish which they have capi
tal stock, $2,210,0C0: bonds isMisd, in'all, $3, 000, OOOj mak
ing $(,210,000. The anouct expended thus far hai been
$4,104,C89 TTiis read is simply an extension of the
Michigan Central to tbe Ohio riTt-r, and is cooBtructel
by the gnat Ibiluence of that company.
The Chicago aad Rock Island R&llroai wai opened on
Mai oh H, for a little over half its distance, and is being
operated by the contractors who have not jet prosured
full equipments for freighting, jet the receipts for four
months (chiefly from parnog eis) show a very gratifyiog
result, vis
April? Per pasksngers $24,364 07
?? ?Freight ana mail* 3,968 33
May? Paesengsre $27 69J ?4
" ? Freight and mails . 8,714 28
$23,322 10
31,413 92
38,189 36
Jure ? Pas'ergerr $32 854 74
" ?Freight and mails 5,334 62
July? Passengers $32 695 85
" ? Fieigbt abd mails 16,449 31
48,145 16
Total $143,070 84
It is the intention of the ooiitrnctors to have the while
toad open to the Mississipr i, at Bock Island City, early in
the spring, aad to deliver it to the company on July 10 th,
The annexed statement cxlub N the quantity and value
?{ foreign dry goods entered a; this port for eoasump
Man, for warehousing, and a' o the withdrawal* from ware
house, during the week ending and including Thuwdiy,
August 4, 1853
?OMJBRCK OF THE I*ORT OF 7TEW YoRS ? IitTORT OK DRY
Goods.
Entered far L'vnvrmition.
MANUFACrCBlW OF WOOL
I 'legs Vuliie
Woollens 36G$15H670
Cloths 134 72 045
Worsteds 104 3t> CHI
Cot. 4 wortt?d 7H4 197, M.0
Stuff gr.tds. .. 21 3 1170
Cassinieies. .. 2 I "2 7 J
Mtrinoe. . ,,,, 40 20,041
Delaines 19 7,732
Coating* 4 2,178
Covers 2 1 0t>l
Shawl 44 18 5"8
Lat tings 10 4 998
Blankets 203 32 U 4
Hosiery 141 40.4^8
?)OT*i 13 3,732
Meiino shirts. 40 9,'2&6
Btaids&bdngs. 16 7 570
Tarn 15 3,487
Carpeting.... 66 17.215
fiber bum*, of. 2$ 17,252
T?l?l t,U67 $6 o3,W6
KAHTTTAmflWI OF COTTON.
Cotton* 610 $li'J,6'.'8
Colored do . . . M 10 1 *6
Prints. ....... 23 4,903
?loghams.... 24 8,054
Mnt-lins 12 6,7o5
?uib. olJeiy . . I 4 163
Velvets 13 3,192
lac?s..; 10 5, wo
lo<e 218 3?2i8
BjmxI 1 402
4fthet man. ef. 32 i5,4vi
MA?tCFACtURK8 OF 8D.K.
Pkgi. Value.
Slllra 205 $2 14,8 H
Ribbons . ..... 89 07 301
SJ*uua 1 1,785
Lnons 30 16,737
Plush 13 3 381
Vea lings 13 5 008
Vw?ets 28 18,5'.'9
Shawls 20 9 (?)4
Cravats ...... 10 17 834
Pongees ... . 112 18,725
^?ik k worsted 69 25 9 85
S Ik & cotton. 11 0.4N2
Ho ?... 4 2 i>
Glovta 10 6,t'.'!9
Gimps k frgs. 20 8 s?87
B.'aids jsbdb's. 45 23,349
R4w 310 62 299
Sewogs ..... 6 4 4'.)3
Otbet man. of. 14 6,846
Total 0*4 $204,224
Total l,09i $680,504
MAVVFACrUBES OF FIAX.
l.n?i,H 311 $(i0,8Sl
Do. aad cotton 16 1,751
Imoo* 9 12,1142
litailliomhitfs 10 10 538
Thread 28 0,193
Manufiko. of.. 2 1,312
Total 376 $93,017
MHOiXLAMEoBB.
Straw (00<U. . 74 $'J 550
Ar'.Qcial flwrs 71
Mililnnry 4
Coll , cud-, Ac. 30
Kt? broidery .. 91
Kid gloves ... 10
I^jalber do... 28
Matting, rolls 220
16,368
2 549
10,940
52 3S5
8,204
25.!)'JSI
1,627
Total 531 $132,812
Wx'fulrawn from Warchniue.
HiNi factcram of woot
Woollens 27 $14 566
Worsteds.... 181 40,771
Cot. & worst '4 292 19 972
Bote 14 1,694
l?tn IT goods . . . 8 1,683
flbawU 21 1417
Merinos 7 S,4ti6
Blaiiket* 19 -'13
Totrl 3t 1 V;. ' *
MAMIFA<
4J ><!'??
MANUFACTURER OF SIT.K.
Silks 10 $18 353
Ribbons.
V?t\etg
Plosh
I'oiiKHes .....
Hi ik o? cotton,
'irnidj k bdgs.
1 4 '18
l,6f>5
2.4S7
2.558
1,186
293
Colo; >sd do
J'lir's ....
??Kwtrt ...
l>?e
Spxil
Tev.i ...
Total 46 $27,800
MANUFACTORY OF FLAT
n?os 1-2 21147
?. & cotton. 15 2,519
Total 27 $1 660
MI*<m.l.ANl oos
goods.. 18 $2,647
933
iu wis 3
80 $16,466
Bm
iiani K/f in rm oi
Woo0*as. ... 3
Oot. fc wt>i -i.M h '?
, i H
Werst<
Pbawl- . .
Urocb- dc
UacS ' . . . .
Fioc? . .
Total .. ,
frr
$; CP0
l'i ' * :?
4 U'4
8, If (
' 146
1112
Total 21 $.i 040
. fhoiw.
SANCFACTaRfH OF COTTO!*.
, .ttons 28 7,072
iCuibioidorltM. 6 1.305
Total 34
M WPAII UItK-l OF
Llu^as., 4
<ndKnrehiers 8
Total 12
tiitOVACmJK?& OP i*n * . msOftLARIilMli
M ??"* KMflovo.... i 4*
ivTne shawls 38 3,862 Straw gaols.. i 7 29
^WtT.. 1 ?? Clothii t JU
SET. !!..!! * w UM?a?u... 4 411
Total ~ 90 "$17 728 Ttotal il U.tti
Rbc^piti'lation.
EnUied far ''iiunmntio*.
, ? --1852 1823
Pig*. Value. _ Pkq*. FoJu<_
Uiouf- #f Wool 1 W5 "
Cotton.. . 1,799
Flax 628
Silk 904
Miscellaneous. 262
Total 5,653 $1909 619 4.959 $1,615,06?
Withdraw* from Warehmue.
Manuf. of Wool 207 $*8,221 Ml $78,008
Cotton... 146 81.125 80 10.400
Silk 112 29 338 4# 27,8*1
Flux 03 9 771 27 4 560
Miscellaneous....... 4 1.085 il 3,640
Total 632 $ 29,485 536 $128,480
Entered for Warehousing.
Manuf. Of Wool 9 $2 6H5 1? *^,828
Cotton . 72 10 279 34 8,977
POk 11 4,085 90 17,728
Flax""" 86 - 7,737 12 5,498
Misoellaceous 42 1^878 ^ 1,822
Tottl !l70 $32 674 278 "$71,853
Total vaiue put on market, ^week^endlojr > ,..$2,099,1)
Do, do. do. Aug. 4, 1863, 1,743,530
Dccieace in the *Mk this y?ar $355 674
No essential alti ration has occurred ia the position of
the dry goods traffic since this day week. The couatry
jobbers, more especially th?se from the West and South
have been the heaviest operators, though greater willing,
ness to deal has been displayed by local buyers. Few orders
have, no far, been received from Northern merchants,
who? thanks to the matchless faoiUtlea of communication
between their homos and this metropolis? are never in a
hurry to reach New Tork thus early In the season. We
are, nevertheless, a little surptUed to learn of their tardi
ness just now, when, though goods are abundant, they
are dear, and yet very ?pt to appreciate. We presume
that they haw been unavoidably detained, partly by tho
necessity of winding up the spring business, and partly
by preparations for visiting this olty, whither, in conse
quence of the attractions of the Crjstal Palace, most of
them will be accompanied by their families. Their
absence, however, is not likely to be prolonged, as the
autumn's progress must drive tlism into us. When they
do arrive they will greatly augment the activity that at
present oliar*cteri?e? the trade, and contribute to the
realization of the hopes generally entertained by factors,
who thiok tbat as our wants have been so rapidly en
larged, even the unusually weighty quantity of goods
now heie and ordered for future delivery is apt to prove
quite moderate, if not inadequate, and that consequent
ly prices are sure to be supported, if not improved. We
can testify that the fall campaign was never oommenoed
under uoie favorable auspices, and should ordinary skill
tad care be exercised la its direction, we shall be much
disappointed if it fails to reach a successful end.
Brown (.hotting* and shirtings are in fair supyly and
good demand, within the annexed range:?
"Width. Price. Width Price .
Amonkcag A. 37 8* lion 36
Do B. 37 8>i Lockwo?d..A.... 37 nom.
Aupleton . . . .2,90 37 8 Do B.... 32 Ot,*
Do 30 6J? Manchester.. 3, 25 37 T,4
Do 45 10>5 Mariposa mills.. 37 9-*
Atlantic.. A. 2,86 37 8* Maw A. 3,12 37 7'?'
Do B.... 39 8>*' Do C.... 28,^ 5?i
Do C.... 48 10)6 Milton sheetings. 30 7
Do . D.... 58 14 Do shirtings.. 27 5>f
Do G.... 30 6% Nashua 30 noui.
Do L.... 87 1% Do. extra..... 37 7X
Do O.... 39 8 Naumkea* 33 8%
Auburn a. Mills.. 37 10 Do 39
Bedfuid 30 6X Norfolk 30 5*
Boott Mills. .H.. 30 OX Ocean ... 30 6>4
Do O.. 34)6 7* Pacific 37 ???
1)0" ? " ... .8 .. 39 8% Palo Alto 34 9*
Do W.. 49 11% Pacatsett canoes 39 8?i
Cabot.... A. 2,80 37 7J? Paesaic 2,00 37 7J4
Chicopeo .D 2,90 37 7* Pepperill 39 9
CrnostoKO. . .2,60 30 9 Do 36 8%
Do. .7. 90 24 Do 34 8
Clark Mills. .2,64 37 8 Pokanoket. ..4,50 30 8?
Dwight....C 3,56 30 6K Portland.... 2 80 37 8
Empire 2 SO 37 7J? Portsmouth. .2, 70 37 8>i
Globe, fine...... 30 7 Reading 40 9%
(iobdwins 30 5% Do 87 9
GrabiteviUe..2,66 37 8% Do. 36 8>4'
Do 30 7 Rockingham.... 36 9
GreatFslls.O 3,20 37 7)^ Raxbury 30 8%
Hard Twist . .A. ? 30 7% 8&laioaFalls.2,75 37 0%
Rarrlsburg. .. .. 37 8 Star 36 6>?
Hooksett 8 Mill* 38 9 bUrk Mills. .0. 3. 37 7%
Hope?! Mills.... o0 9 Do S.M. A. 37 8
India o7 IK V-> W. 48
Do. shee'tog*. . # i i 'iiTnlic sbeetiog.. 87
ln Ji?ihto?(SAi>.86 37 3 ThUv* 3 00 37 8
Do ? 47 Viaiory 37 7>4'
Iawrenc*..A.,,. 37 7% Waliham. . . .A. . 47 10>?
l)o B.... 40- 8)d Do W.. 51 ll>i
Do c.s,?o ov ? w?...tt?, 10 lJ,?a
Do D.... 40 8*4 Wiocapee M.2,85 St 7
Do G.... 34 7 X WiUlamsvilla ... 38 12 W
Do H.... 30 9 >4 Winthrop 36 0%
Do N.206 47 10
Bleached ?htetiDjfK and shirtings manifest considerable
vigor acd (Durness. Cotton fUnnels are freely oforad,
but ippear rather quiet. Price*, ho (rarer, are main
tained. Denims are pretty quickly purchased at fuil
rates. Dril's are not very brisk, at 8c. for browns; 8>*e.
for bleached ; and 9)?c. for blues. The stock is ampie
(Mogbuns are readilr tik?n at 11c far leading makes.
I?v.bh a:e uicbangsd. Nankins appear inactive and
tbmewhat lai.guid. U-nabuvgH a re lets abundant and la
gci d request a' very iiriu quotations. Printing oioths
?ie scarce and <><-ed?d, but factorial' hinh claims reiaid
operations. Prints, wo, are rare and hold above buyers'
lit its. Ilence, the tranMctious la then are restricted
*1 prces wittln our range :?
AlU n'a Madder, 32
ir.ch 11 al2
D?. 27 iu 10 alutf
American Print
Works?
Madder, No. 1.? al0>?
Do. 2.? alO
Blue and Orarge? a 9^
Gre<>n at.a Black ? a (*!??
Blue and White? a 9 '4
Ruby ? all
Ckapiiii' n.wi c?rrt B a 9 >4
(Vcbeco Flatee. . .? aio i^
Cot e> tog* Madder? alO
Dnnneli & Co 's
Madder.. .. . . .. 9>{a20X
Franklin, Black
snd While ? a 8
Do. Blk &L?v ? a
(??(hit's line
Chintz no tn ?
Do. mud'r dark,
80 iu com.
Do. do. V8 In . . nom.
IK., lignt oO in. 8 a?
Do do 28 to... 6tfa 7tf
I >0 flam.) .^k l'ur
30 5K* 9
Do Fancy 6}{al3
Hamilton 9 a 9,^
Ixui, Blk rrd Wti 9 a !'>?
Do. madder.... 9 alO
Msurbestbr insi
der ? a 8
Hrices ?'e iu tair cemand and firm . Tick k are freely
ofTered Mid the leadit.g styles, quickly bought at r?iou
iterative intrs. We annol a comparative ntat??mirit of
1 ' 0 shipmen s henco of cotton good.! between Jaauary
1st aiid Au just 1st :?
1862. 1863.
January pkgs. .. o22 1 a'- 5
February an, ..8,270 4,799
Matutt d<?... 6,4-9 1,933
April do ... .r<13 7 mJ4
May do. ...6 910 1.100
June do. ...6.011 4,463
July do... 2 604 384
Total. pkgs. fc.29 969 22.118
Wo?.li<<uf< a?e mora inquired for, parti nearly by raer
fhnnls from tho i lienor. end though the iauetf?ot
?tucks, both an rtganU quantity ana variety, ard the en
banc?d pretensions of owue-s, seriously obstruct tlie
? m? in suoli, a pood business U?* b?sn transacted there
in during the |*iht *?*?, wh'cU mar be looked upon a<
the ttistof a vigorous seasoa. W? hive nover witnessed
such a thorough reliance upon the future prosperity of
tl is branch of comuieroo. euiof.g a-.aaufacturer* and
holder* ^?*?reliy. as is no* perceptible. The circum
stance! out of nhiuh it ba* grown are known to alt our
readers, and it therefore Is nnseoei'ary for us to re
count trem. How long it may l>e sustained, and in what
manner It 1* most lik?-iv to rnsult, are yet matters of ua
cer'alaty. Hi.t unless affairs alter greatly, we are con
vlcced that it will last throughout the fall, and doubt
less tenrioate as f atlsf*ct?rily as those who share It can
reatonfcbiy wbh, leaving all parries in good spirits at the
clois ot' this year. Blaiikets ars In tetter request at the
advanced pn.-?s. C?s*lroeres sell freely and well. There
is a moderate inquiry for olotbs, whieb aw rather
?parisgty tendered. -.Rough unimproved In value. Flan
nels com n>and a readier market, at a .king rates. Jmns
?re a little more active but not dearer. Desirable raskes
of limeys are much needed at 22c. a 23o; less saleable
kinds being SOo. a 21e. Mons. delaines attract In
crt-s-ed attention, and reallza full quotations. Satinets
aie in poor supply and good demand, without variation
in price. There is considerable animation In tweeds,
which are Brm and uniform.
Tie movements In foreign poods have been decidedly
tnoie extensive durlr g the past than tl e preceding week.
Continental Abrici especially have been operated In with
marked free-lorn Seasonable dress gords are the m>>at
rought af er. The supply is remarkably large and One.
Wm notice In it a predominance of fatcy articles, the
amount of rtaple manufactures bang unusually
I'fbt, tbeu^ toeso arc ever tho safest kinds to
produce an? import. The quantity of silks and
woollens on lj?nd is not as heavy as that of
cottons, though we are Informed more of these a**
received from Hi sat Britain than all other European
Htales. The rUeiu prices of the raw materials (has. no
doubt, occasioned this, though ilm preference which is
given t? in. ported silk and won'len goods, the latter
fepeelallv Oecr lioiniMt ice. has tended to bring forward
f t? Supplies of ?uch. Those hav? geuerall/ beea ordered
none 01 an> con equebce having bne<> sliippsd huli t- by
manu^sofrrer-. th. iu<elvo*, o?rtly becau-e thty h ? ro
fi.utid moie thsn er,or?gh to do Ip sati ''yton tb# call, of
tbeir An ?'>csri on timfrs and partly bscnu ?? tlmy
I nreadtd tl e fats wii< 1 hucIi aorxlgooients ktWMk
Iwith b i n, c ty It Is lm,Kis?u<ie for n >0 rs? Vl** to
know th? seoei. ittse of tha trads, aid uaies* Uti-se are
l.iltf undertook, any attempt tast'Xikuut atflt |
Meootomv ?
Blue aud White? a 9
Blue aud Onngo ? a 9'^
Merrimack, i'aacylO alll'^
Do. Blue..? a 8>f
Do. Blue and
Orange ...- a "X
Mcuram, Black
and White ? 1 I>,
?erkiuftCo ? a 9>j
Providence Print
Works?
Madder, No. 1.. 10 alOttf
Do. No. 2 ... 9 ? 9%
Do. French
htylos 36 12Xal t
Bipkt'ii Mir Shir ? alO
Kobeson <V Son'i ?
Blue aud Orange ? a 9>4'
Ind Urisin ? a 9'.j
Blue and Ore?n? i9'j
HHin and White ? a 8
Dj la.geBg... ? alO
RocOelln BUck
aul White nom.
Do Blk k Pur. . 7 a 8
Do. Blk. It Lav. 9 a 9
Sprague's madder 9 a. 8
Do. Blue and
Oran?i ... 8 a 9}?
Wssb Blk . &Wt?.? alU'j
Do. Blk & Lav...? a 9,^
Do. Mikdler 9,'ialO
Decrease. Increme.
? 1,503
3.471 ?
4 798 ?
? 7,361
? 4,760 ?
i,f>;>8 ?
2,1 20 ?
7 841
to iMmM vi?k hmtaNt baaard. BHtiab fabruw are
doing >?Hw. Woollen* are the ineat aaocsaaful. Thli
U maln'jr owing to the backward iUU of similar Ameri
can gooda. However well wa na; compete with Kurope
aaa la the manuftoture of cottoea. we, oa the whole, are
far behind 'b^m in JTC?u?* "?oUons This Is a
BationS hbaaie whloh might be rvinoretjf if our (?h^~
eanta, aa a o'asa, po.aeaaed ha'f the intt-Ulgono* or eater
pn/a (It la difficult. to ny whloh U mo it lackin*) with
which th?y are credited- We tan o t a few parties who
have really and deterred]* attained auooeaa la this lloo,
and it i* for this iea?on that we think It quite feaiial* for
all er nearly all, to reaoh the same goal. Koglua cottons,
and Scotoh at>d Iri-h Unen> a:e moderately active a*d
steady In price We can iota no important odange la
oilier oonimodities.
Stock Buhaa|?.
Erswr Board Aagnat 5, IBM.
?10?00 CS6'a, '62 b3 llfl* lOONJ '/ino 11*
40 PmhOnICi.,, MX
100 N Creek Co?l Co. 3
30 Crystal Palaoe... 110
10 do 117
10 do 117*
60 Hud Riv RR...s8 0w
40 do ??*
76 do blO 69*
100 do bGO 70
1*10 do b3 09
50 do ,h3 68*
35 Web H RR .... 120
100 N Y Cantl RR b00 117
10 do.feJaftepg 116
26 da opg 116 !i
2000 Cal 7'a, '70. h3 87
6000 do b3 87
3000 Kentucky 6'n. 108
2000 I'ecnbt 5 s b3 86
'2000 Va ?'a 106*
2000 Erie Iro Ba. . . 94*
l(MiO ERRCRa, >71 #1
10(0 E PR 0 Ba. HI 91
3000 Hud 1st M Ba 106
10T0 Hud 2d M Ba. 101 X
10C0 <o 101*
1C00 Hud RR N Ba. SOW
16 aha State Bk..b8 lot
6 O a Iruat Co 106
26 Morris Canal.... 18V
160 do a3 "
100 do clO
200 do b?0
100 Canton Co....s60
410 do a3
?1(0 do r3
60 do b00
50 Flor k Keypt....
100 do
50 do
200 do bS
3(? Nic Tiana Co. .b3
400 do bOO
350 do
100 do
260 do....
K0 do .M
160 Cuaib Coal Co.. .
P60 do
800 do b?0
iro do beo
50 do sM
3(0 Paiker Goal Co...
750
260
100
60
150
100
60
760
TOO
100
150
do.
do.
de.
do.
d?.
do.
do.
do.
do,
do.
do.
. b60
WO
.MS
blO
b3?
,bl6
.1-90
b?0
.bGO
19
19
19 *
28*
28 X
28 *
28*
?*
9
1%
s *
24
26
23 *
28*
23 *
28 *
34*
36
36*
36*
36
at*
21
22*
22
21 X
21
21 X
21
20
20
21 X
21
200 Erie
500
100
100
60
30
100
26
30
246
450
20
2(10
200
do .
do.
do.
do,
do .
da ,
do.
do.
do .
do ,
do.
d5 .
do
.83
.*60
.?00
.*30
460 Harlem RR.
<lo
do .
do .
do.
do.
do .
do.
do .
do
,.a3
. b3
.beo
.bOO
. b3
74*
74
74
74
74
74 X
nx
74 X
74*
74*
74
73*
74
73*
63
68
6rt
58*
60*
59
57*
67*
67*
68*
.b60
25 Harlem RR Prefd 105
100 Ston 'rta RR..&00 67 *
60 do 67*
126 do 67 W
58 N' Y &N H RR.. 101*
10 do 101*
5D do b90 103*
25 Minh Centl RR.. 106
25 Panama Ktt....g3 111
SECOND
$1000 Erie Inc Bi . . . . 94*
60 6hs Shoe tc L Bk. 100
100 Morris Canal. h00 18*
100 Nic Trans Co .s30 23
100 McCuUock Gold,. 7*
50 CumbCoalCo.... 34
100 do b60 33*
"60 do 33*
100 do t30 33*
100 do 83*
100 Parker Coal Co... 19*
100 do a 60 19
100 da 19*
300 do 19*
100 do b60 21
160 Fbeaix Mining Co 20
BOARD.
100 slia Hud Rir RR ?
100 do sOO
60 do
100 do .......
26 Mioh (Jentl RR.
100 Long I RR..Y a60
200 do
100 Harlem RR..iG?.
100 do b>
60 do
100 Erie RR 73*
860 do 73
60 do sOO 73
112 do 72*
200 do 72*
100 Ston'gta RR . s60 ati*
68*
C8
68
68*
106
86
86*
68*
57
67
CITY TRADB REPORT,
Friday, August 5-45 P. M.
Agnus.? Sties have been mad* of 60 obli., at 95 12%
for pearls. aid $4 75 for pot?, per 100 lbs.
I-.?8wai ? Some 1,50(1 lb?. American yellow realized
20c , citk, per lb.
Breadstv? re. ? Flour continued to adraaoe, and was In
fair request for home nte and expert. The sales reached
9,800 bbls. ; sour at $1 76 a 94 93% ; superfine No. 2 at
$4 03% a $5 12% ; mixed to fancy western at $5 25 a
95 4#% ; ordinary to choice State and common to Rood
Ohio at 95 31% a 96 60; and other grades at proportion*
ate prioes. Canadian varied Uttle. The transactions in
Southern embraced 040 bbls , at 94 43% a 94 68% for
mixed to good. 96 68% a 95 87% for favorite, and 96 87%
a 97 12% for fancy. Fine rye flour was in demand at
$3 37%. Jersey meal retailed at 93 18% a 93 25 per bbl.
Wheat favored owners. The sales included 1,000 bushels
old Genesee white at 91 40; a few lots new do., for seed,
at 91 50; 10,000 western white, part at 91 34 a 91 36;
2 6(0 do. red, at 91 24; and 2,500 southern do. at 91 20.
Bye was held at 80c State and Western oats sold freely
at 45c a 47c. per bushel. Corn was in better supply,
and easier. The ralea consisted of 35.000 bushels mixed
and yellow Western and mixed Southern, at 75%c. a
77%c. per busbel.
Colli*? Ruled quiet; the sale.i emfcraoed 60 bags Mara
ca'bo, at 9%c; and 300 EUo at 0c a 9}{c. per lb.
Copper ? About 4,200 ibd old changed hands, at 23 *?o.
a 24c. per lb.
Ci/rroN? The salon of to day were 2,700 bales, at prices
e\hibiticg a firm market at our quotations ?
*8iJJ 'iVK>:>OOL u'. ?},'? ATWW.
>, ~um? o-w
Atlantic and Texnt. Quifportt.
Inferior 8^.* Ajtf 8%a 8% 8^? 8%
IjOw oMtoary. 9%a ?% 9%*lo m u a ? att
low to good middling. 10 all?, 10^r11% IG^'al 1%
Mid fair to fair Il*ial2 12 al3 ll%al2%
Fully fair to good fair noia'nil nominal. num. ail.
Fusions. ? To Liverpool, about 25 000 bushels wheat
ve<e ergnjied, at 8d. in bulk aud 8%d in ship's b???.
A vut 1 W 0 t" 1,200 bbls. flour w-ern taken at '2.H. 9d. ; 600
l?M ( roeio at 2a. 9d. ; 160 ba'e.i l<?uiht.r at thr*e eightus
rt a ptiioy. ?r.d 1 OtiO do. at cuo fourth o? a penny The
(liuper t.hip Warm, which mudo the trip from Valpa
i*i o lo Ne? Yoik in tixrj ?evt>n cajs. tie quickest on
record, wan t*rou up to load cuinly with grtia for Glai
Kow. There was uotltag n?w tu Liud-in or Hivre. To
Califo uia ra'.w rsiUd from 40a. to 50c. par toot measure
ment.
lurrr? Tho day-' butinem embraced 200 boxes bunch
i?l ins, at (2 90, 10 ca^es sard'r.es, a. tk>cr and 200 bbls,
Our- ante oaterm* not mtdt public.
Hay ? Sate* of 660 bales river were reported, at 7oc. a
82>. c jerlCOibi.
IImit. ? American con'inued fit n and uachan<?d in
price, with but smhlt transactions, on a",oauut of the it
creitsiMi ratps atked by holders, manufacturers bsioj ef
< pinion "hat the eip<ctfd pacific settlement of the Eu
ropean a flicultiex will tend to conn eraut the receat a<l
vance. Rufcsian varns weie one-fourth of a penny lower.
V a'. ilia remained dull of saio.
Iron.? A i-ale of Scotch pij was reported, at 933 per
ton. usual terms.
Liuk.? Rorkland was In steady request, at 30c. for
cou men, and $1 16 for lump, per lb.
MOIASBa.? Stiles have been muds of 100 hhds. mu?co
va lo, part at. 2Cc.. and 60 clayed Cuba, at 13n per gal.
NAVAt Storm ? Remus and crude turpentine were un
altered. Some 300 bbls spirits turpentine found buy
ers in lots, at 45c. per gallon.
Oils. ? Wh*Io wan in batter demand, and held above
pu<chiisera' limKn. No'Oing pew occurred in soona.
*l??wwe rejoiied of 2JO baskets olivo, at $4 25 a *5
12 each; and O^iO gallons linseed, at the improred
rates.
PnoviPiom ? Pork hatibse-i, slice oar last, more sought
after. Tho Bile- aod up 900 obis Wt?.,lern, chi'fly Ui.ua,
at 916 76; and prims, at 912 87% a 9t3. Cut meats
?ne ai> last noMoed. Bacnu was scarce and quiet.
Siies of 200 pkgi lard were eil'?c**d at H?,%c. a 10%c p?r
lt?. Heef seeii'?d more active. The operations comprised
300 bbls., at previous quotations. Butter aud clxesi-e
were as laiit toticfd
Kkal 1-kiatk ? Ssl?* at. auction, by E. H Ludlow
Lot ror'ii s'.d^ ot Thirty eighth street bet' i?n Fifth
au l Sixth p veaues, $3,020 ; 1H0 Nin'h avenue, $8,90o.
Soap.? -There were 160 boxes Castile disoo&ed of, at
11 ,'jc. per lb.
hroAiw. ? The day's burir.ess consisted of 600 lihds.
of Utit, at 4%e a Ac.: 60 do., in bond, at 4o. ; aad 300
boxoe brown Havana a 6^c., p^r lb.
Tobacco ? Salee have been made of 20 Uog<ho*ds Ken
tucky, at 7o., and 100 ca^e < Ohio seed leaf oo private
terms.
Wbukt.- There were sold 900 bariele Western and
Prison, at 20%o- a 26%c. per gallon.
Wool? We continue our quotations for wojI, wi'h a
di 11 mirlet; the IrantaotiunH are United to smtll epera
tio^s wi'htbe dealers, and but little inquiry for specula
tion. The bghfaexs of the stock oa li'iud, and the Id
prowl dementi (ipeo'ed this i?ll, will have the eif?ct of
t?ep'Irg up tho low grade nad clotbmg wools.
Importation^ of ttik Wktk ? Bleaoh'ng pordern? 60
berrele, 60 carkN. Barilla? 26 vnlrnHno qtTi C>?l? 153
tone, 288 ohaMroc.>. Ch.?e?e ? 1 b*rn 1, Ct?lf?e ? 12 H70
Ihi({3 C.ioia? 350 liegs, 14 bvreli 80 cafes. Cotton? 271
bngs. Copper? 3 :t4.' Ibi., 2.5 pieces, 10 hirreli old, 3
toes old coppor a<id brass, 4 bsrrais, 32 piec-n opper.
lly Qcodfi? 1.390 paokajree per strainer Washington;
7ti4 do. per ship Oe-'. F. Patten; 874 i) t per m.>riiinef
Idvingncn: 4JJ' do per M neoos; 106 dn. par Lotna; 79
Oo. rer he'? Hefixy Buck; 30 Jo. per L'r?"?ia; 12 do per
brig Carlo; total, 3,685 packages. Dyewoid ? 9ii,? pieces
br?7.U?tto: 200 peculs sa,>an, (180 qtbt., 7f> pieflHS, 960.260
lb*, logwood; 13J tone, 604 piece', 3,200 qtl?. fustic
liriigh atd D,e?? 260 can?s indigo; 20 ca^ks yellow oohre;
486 caotars brimstone , 70 barrels sulphate of einc; ft?
c?-en ab?' enthe 9 do, ei >eneei>; lrf casks ceam tart'-.r;
20do m' ddt-r; 4 do. ohocolate of potash; 102 boxe- bull
? nd 260 buBolas caeet* ' 1 naek urgo^e; 4 do. glue; 4 boxes
coobin?al;6balee ipan?c; 181 bbl i. divi divf; 10 os. licorice;
94 bcx"? do , weighing 169 % quintals : 1,073 bundlei do.,
we ghir.g #*1 ^ valentine quiutal?;205 boxes do. paste;
8 cat-ks, 1 1 bags arrow root; 144 cat-ks. 193 tierces inda
ai-h; ? bbls. jallap, 1 case mineral/ . 103 bbls sar.?apari'U;
20 bags juniper bentee. Fiie Cracks-s? 2.00O buxss.
Fruit? 460 boxes Inmons; 179 boxes nheiled almonds; 100
boxes oruoges. 6.200 dozen pines, 16,268 dozen 6 era tee
pite apples, 24* bunehes bai anas, 8% bbls. limes; 7 bbls
chestnuts; 9 less tamarinds, 676 alquires Brazil nuti; 219
boxe^ finite; 7b bags 81berts; 15 boxes sweotrueate; 1 cask
j runes. Hate? 14 paokeges straw, 16 do. hats H*ir?
17 bbls. bore, 43 bbls hair. Hemp? 2,121 bales hemp,
liornt ? 19,370 horns. Hida*? 9 060 dry ox and oow, l.OoO
<ry horse, 226 ox and 2 428 cow; 662 dry, 2,368 hloe.8
Honey? 0 tierces. India Rut-be/? 20 b ?s. Iroe? t 0.U
bars rail'Oad, weighing 672 tous; 6,393 barn and 40.
tuns railway iron; 3 78d bars, 1647 bundles Iron 400
Viadles, weighing 10 tons ; HuO bundles hoopj;
1 ('80 bundles "beet, iron ; 8,017 tons pig Iron ;
1 477 bars rati; 200 tors scrap; 2^ tone cast; 4 ?one
wrought; 4 tons, 211 plates iron; 2M tons. 2 ancUors, 1
old bullet do. Junk? 12% tons, a lit old junk, Isisd?
22 tons eld- 2.600 lbs , 1,009 pig? lead Leather? 1 oas?.
Luc. Iter? 37,000 feet saved, 364,000 do. laths; 91,400
lathe. Mats ? 71 doaen mats Marble? 800 marble a tat
nee; 7 caere de. works, 2 caeee art.ioles, 78 caa?s ma- >le
aua alabastar works, :)68 blocks, 3.000 marole 'Mas.
Metals? 31 paokagae, 4 pieces old, 1 t*>? 60 lbs. veiliiw
metal. Molatie* ? 16 tie?c?s, 189 oa*ks, 493 hhds mo
l#i'e? Oils? 760 boxes, 760 ha-irets olive;l case nocoioil;
4 pkgs,, 1 catik, 12 oheaU. 500 boxes, 62 caeee oil, 60
squar'* boxec bottKd oil Oi. meal? 170 punchojna, a re
tiiru'd cargo Pel t? ? *2 c^ks vaioish. Plastei? 180
tens, iidl t<'i?(' st-.u.i plfwi'#f. 410 bales 6 600
lb) a lot, <1.1 ra<n. Ka t?a- fl paoksga* S%lt~3* >7
04 ueioe 1 S 0 d.? M .1.1, 2,140 ;>bls salt in
bniR, 900 e>. Bonaire I 176 O'tU 1 000 sacks, si
tcv-Uter 4 j^Hla. -?le. 0 367 -k-h, 'JUOfl bustiaJs (.ait,
J**? 4 boats utteU il?im , lbu* Ur aMte, 300 pitai>uee?4
in ha. 1^1 BO baA ?*fTi ? bagi Uniiaed, >t
tap nuliri aaod. flnwj I <*0 botaa. 8kiaa? <>' '
10 bnrtlM rat, 8 kuodiaa oitf; 1 "W XUr*i
ia. St??l? 61 o?aa la* ^"?T. 1 bU#
. . ? - Muscovado lufir, Sotrita?
qo pui>che< B? ram : 06 pi( ,*?. 40 o*?lu, 25 ca?aa gin; 3
r.lifwi* br%Luy ' *,11# 426 kail do., 2,801
quarter do, 187 ca?e* a?gara; 5 bd!a paper do. ; 1,173
bcie< ccntalnlug 311 M)0 s?y*r*. Tobece# ? 693 bale*, 76
ball balea tobacw Tin? 30o boxea p'ttas. Tea? 11, 90S
packages, 2 boxmi. 8 haf client* Ul Wiaa? 2 340 bait*'*
champagne; 1 0*0 304 quarter cvkii I! n ( indf port. 089
oa?*h rfcd uil whiut; GC ?a. k- rtd wiuo; 1 biz e irdi*1*. 6
pipe m 8 half do , 64 hb'a , 310 casks. '1,604 quarter do .
644 bbla., 80 oetavtw, lis# cba ta, 21 boxea, 1 146 c*?a, 76
bafketa wine. Woo<" ? 247 places ui?hinr*ny; 50 pecet
cedar; 20 (lraan. 3f>l hm roiawoot 59 plwwi wood.
Wool? 16 bn'?M 40 bag* wool; 37 bage fljoka; 73 balsa
wuollsu waste.
Domeatle Markets
("A.MBRiiKtR Tati lb iUuKvr August 3 ?At market 1 014
cattle about 800 bee vex, mid ?04 atoie*. ?Prom? Market
beef? Kxtra, per ewt , $7 &?; flrot quality. #7 25; ?c? d
do.. $6 76; third do. St) 64; ordinary, $5 to $6 bide*,
t'l per ewt,. Tallow. 97 a 97 50. Pelta. 7*o , a $1 Calf
hi- ins 11c . par lb. Veal ealvea $6. 97 tu $12; 212 at mar
ket. Store*? Wotki?g oxen? 9102 to Slfti Cjws aad
calves? 921 to 9f3; 62 at ma ket Yearlings. 9 0
to 912; two year* old, 917 to 932; three yaara
old, 932 t ? 862. 3haep ?t.d lauib>? 4,992 at market. Kx
tia 94 te 962 by lot 92 60 to 93 50. dniai ? Wnolasale,
Laid fat bogs. '.5X0. per lb.
Brighton Uarkr, Aug 4 ? At market 1,209 beef oalt'.e,
326 stores 6,80V sheep. and 430 a vine. 200 beef cuttle
no Slid. X'licea ? Bt*f cattle. we rediioa our quotation to
correspond to galea K*tra 97 50 a 97 76 first qualify 97
*97 26; second 96 26 a *6 76, rnd third 9.1 a 94. Work
lag oxen, a few joke only sold on account of the storm.
Sale* 980 a 9146. Cow* and Calve*, sale* 924 a 982
Sbaep, rales of lota 92 79 a 95 00 S?lue, Ohio hoga Ac. a
7c ; Hpring pigs, by lot 8o ; at retail, frt.m a 10s
ilVEBTiSEMENTS RIMMED EVER* 011.
SEE FIFTH AND SEVENTH PAG ?s.
&7 nnn AND ?'2<100-TWO MODERN WKLL
?F ? ?t'V/\7 butlt houses plea?aa ly located in tHs ony
or Brooklyn, wilt be pnrot-ased for stooks (paying ?' >uk? )
Address bex 1,108 Poet Offloe, stating loojl.ty, atz? and
part iunlara of houses. Owner* only will be negotiated
with.
Pinn-?* CHEAPEST PROPERTY IN THIS
qPO.Ul/ V eity at private aale. Twa lota of (round, situ
ate oa Fourth avenue at the oor- er of fclghty-fourth street,
with a new three story ard basement bouse, (uathe let nait
to the corner ) bnllt la the bait manner, with marble tatva
tlea rlidiuft doors, baudno?o front aiaata Ae. Cor further
particular* inquire of liK UOTT A CO., 43 Chamber* (treet.
on nnn ?'OR sake, a dining saloon and
ijpl.UuU. reetaurant, sue of the beat louatlon* down
town. Th?re are advintagee oenn*eted with thin pUoe
thai entitle it to the oor aid) ration of ary pereonthat wishes
to make money. Apply to C. B. IlOwjtS, >o. 83Na*aau
street, upstairr.
(OnA - A BAKERY FOR RALE, FOR THE ABOVE
iPOwUi amount in caab. The haaery if sitnatvt on tho
oorner of one of the avennes, elegantly fltted up, with four
years' leaa*, and everything lequisita tor oarryiag on a large
busiuese.^ Addra** Q. B., Herald o&oe.
S&d OH -TWENTY I.OTS ON 111TH AND 1HT1I
i|)1UV/. atree'a, near Fourth aveune. fer ?ale; ^reuad
level, free from roolt, and on the grille. Prioe 9400 per lot.
Term* eaay. Inquire at 97 Roosevelt itraet, in the it are.
A GOOD CHANCE.? TWO OYSTER SALOONS, EX
oellent fltecd*. for *ale oheap. as the owaer is leaving
fer Europe. For particnlai*, inquire at labnih Ucothera,
112 Greenwich street, oorner ef OarlUle.
A CHANCE FOR A GOOD INVE8THKV.? FOR S ALU
in Fortieth, (treet, near Fifth avenue, two new brtok
honre*. built in the beit manaer, having Crotna water
throughout Rent readily ta good tuanti, for 91,900 per
annum. TermMea*y. Apply to J. rECARJ, 108 Hester it.
AFIW CHOICE HOUSE LOTS, IN BROOKLYN,
situated on Columbia. Remson and Pinrrepont itreet*,
within tbree mlnntei walk of Wall atrset ferry. Can be
purohiaed at a bargain, ar obtained in exohang* fer good
real estate in New York oity Inquire of
O. B. POTTER, No 94 Chamber* street, New York.
A SHALL FARM FOR SALE, CONTAINING SIXTEEN
acrt* situated at Fiermont, Reekland oouaty. Said
farm ha* on it a dwelling houae, barq, Ae., aad a flee stream
of spring water run* olo*e to tbe door; alio, a good variety
of fruit treae. grape vine*, shrubbery, Ao., la ftne oondition.
Apply to J. Q. B?LL, 8)9 Broadway.
BILLIARD TABLES FOR SALB.-WE TNYITE BUY
er* ta examine our atoek of billiard table* on hand, with
marble er woadan beds, with all the modern improvement*,
ready for shipment, and at tan per oent okeap*r than any
othrr establishment in the United State*. Apply te LEON
ARD A BENJAHIN, 332 Broadway,-!*. S. Call and Meow
table at tha World'* Fair.
Brooklyn heights, near the wall streft.
tulmu and South ferries. ?Several gaod boa*** for (ale
ana to let farr.ished with ill modern ocnveulenoe* of ia *,
racge, bath, Ae , aad in a?od order, soma new. Poiessiion
sow. I.ot* for aale, olinhly (ituatad for private ro*idente*,
near tbe f- rries; no better loeatious in Brooklyn. Terms
easy. JOHN BRAIN^RD, Ijtall itreet ferry, Breoklyn.
Drug store for sale.-to be sold at a sacri- '
face, and on accommodating terms, owing to the pro
prietoi .i tning to Europe, a drug store handsomely fitted up,
well stool eo and low reat, situaVd In a growing anil thtokly
papulated nuiicbborhovd in Williamsburg. Reoeipts sveraz
ing freu fi to 97 per day. Address Dtug Store, llartld
otuce.
For sA'.r. -an oraoawsm *u?? ts bbldv*
met, is oflvred fer niae hund*ed dallars, ceasintln>( o'
stock and fixtures, with tour years lease, of a wine, fruit
and nrfserve atare ia tbe priaotpal huninesr street ia Hrouk
*.7.*. 3 "e 'tck i* of tba beat quality. Every satiafaetian
will be given by addrelbiag to Mr. ANGtLO, Ilerald oifico
FOR SALE? TBHSFT4K TEARS LEASE FROM APRIL
IWiS, to April 1K60, af the groeerv and liquor atera. to
gather with ?be stook and fixtures of So. 175 fcast Sittoentk
ht'?ft. butwe<n arenues A. and B, The only raanon tor
(ellinir out i* that the own?r baa another atore, and nun
nut attend to it Inquire In tbe st.ira from sine o'ol 10k
until t *o o olouk, or of Mr. Ja&?* hytam*, Ji. 2r* Keot'or st
JTIOR SALF-TUE WtlL KNUWS PUBLIC HOU ;E,
J1 uttua'ed at I'igh Rri'lge, km wn as Tuniunn'* hotul tur
nitnre stock, fixture*. ?itli lease wilt be di*r?sed of at a
haretin For fnrthar parthmlars apply an the promises, or
to GaURLTT D. CtiAKK, 9.> Batclay strout
FOltSALE-THE LCASE OF A CORNF.R STORF. AND
dwollinp, wit .a a stork of grovetics and twd, with st*
bios ard shi-a ?tt?oh?d, one of the oldnst and best located
I tsnii.. on tlie Third avenue. Apply at 1U1 llttude Btrtet.
IpOK SALR-r.HtAP, A COFFEE, SPICE AND
grist mill, now doinf a good tiusl ?ss S*tisf:iuti>ry r.>*
soc* given for selling. Apply to J. W."FOW, No. 58 Uarii
?on Itreet.
For SAT.*? a sb are of a farm now selling
in bailding lot a (3 00D will purohese ot ? t 'nth, unci
t??t whole will sell for $110, WW. Address T,, box ^.3!^ Host
Oil ca.
For sai,e~a beautiful iesidbwce oa m in
ton avenue, B'Oi.klyn, with 0' without tho furniture.
1 lie house '? built of brick with *11 the modern improve
ments. as gas, vater Ao. Six lntaare attached, with a fine
brink stable; also a pair of carriage horses and three car
riages and harness. App'y to
R. SaKJEANT A OAT, lt>7 Broadway.
For sale? that splendid block of ground.
? It H the Mansion Honw a- d outbuilding*, situated be
1 tween Mtfth and I.Wtb strecta, and Seeenth Had Eighth ave
nues, on a desirable grade, and ona of tho mist beautiful io
cs tl- in on the i .Innd 'l'ha grounds are laid out in t ha most
tuste'ul m-nner having choice fxnit and othe- trees ->f v*
riona >rin<i, and splendid grapery, with exeollent wator ia
abnndaroe The soil is of th host. descriitioe, and undor a
hif.li at?t? of cultivation. 1 he garden contains tic ohoie lat
and most fragrant plants and fiwera. The viowa fiom the
nropcrt* are picturesque and intubating, comprising ibe
Plgn Br'dge. Ilarlem vlv.r Long Islam) Sound, Ao , Ao.
The location U proverbially healthy; axteUi nt silt vat<-r
bathing and flibtng grounds within two hnadrnd feet of the
msniloc. Such a chance aa this to procure, elisor for resi
donee or investment,, an entire bloc* of ground bo beauti
fully altuted, Is not likely to ocinr e'ltln. Prlee low. a-.d
, tt rma easy Apply to avWIH Ut'1'L.tR, No 113 South
I street, coiner of Peek slip, up stalre.
piOR SALE- TWO FINK AND VHIT TAME SQUIR
r ids, one Muck and one r* ey , two v?ry superior rat
dogs; also tho following birda-oie English Jar, onn Eng
lish thrush ene starling, and ore mmiutkln mino. A j>V I y
at COTTAR'S vormiu and icsaot extorinlnaUr depot, 116
Broadway.
For sai,e-a double barrelled gun, wirri
ense, Ao., Complete. Can bo sei n at Mr. WILLIAM B*
LEtTK'3, gauimiih, !'o Perry ktr'.ot.
FIOR SAI .E-TWO VALUABLE LOTS ON TW8NTV
sixth ttroi-t, 20rt feet cist of Fourth avinuo, iBx'.H !>.
Price low. AIM two twenty feet lots on Twonty fourth
strc t, 1.W fci-t oast of Fourth aronue Thee* lots cannot i>e
aurpersod for building Inn. be lug well located. Apply to
K b KIN?I(IMiClt, 3 19 l'ourth avenue: from - to 7 P. M.
For sale? a dinino saloon, wicn bar at
tachrd, located down town, bet?oci> Maids i lanesnd
Fine Lti? ?t. nr<i e;st of Bread way, fitted up in elegant
stjld and i ! ow doing s In r?tU e business Kent low, wi'h
three year* lease. Will be sold cheap, a< the owner has
other I usi ess to eep-ige his attention For particulars,
ap|.ly to A. ('. 11/ 1"1L E, Aue i jucir, ofllco 100 Broadway.
FORSALK AT TnE CORNER OF FIFTII A VENl'S
ord I iftloth street, two lots, '0J< by 100 faot, with ?
neat cottage I, cation No. 1, on three side* permanent o net
si(u:i?os, Cvltklli < 'nllcge and Chnroh skua's, oonnaoting
With tl.o ,'i U aore park, on fourth 'l<le all iota proteattd bv
strc i, gi st covenauta aKiiiost *1' nuia aces Alsa the fluost
pair of y, Mg her. its, price fKidut.); t j ho men to-morrow, at
10 A. M . a* the oomtr ?f Jfcainh rj H'ru. t ?ii Broadway.
Name to lie bad at tie llerald office. P. B. 1109K.AD.iY.
IjlOR SALR.?TU E PROPRIETOR OF THR PBILA
F delpiiia tfnase, K L. Tncker, lu ciis?M|nonco of use, era
attnafe of palry, la dlr'tnal'lsd fiom uondiinting hit
lir.slt.tss Of, n. ermnt of hia health, hie rpl^nde and I, is phy
aielsns l-??? ,id\ ised him ti give n ,i jinkllo Ufa. Ho will ss'l
ent his eitahHalimeut, er exchange for property in the conn
try. Tie hon-o and the proprietor are we' l knowu, anil noe?
no oon.iasuti. Apply at Hi and 147 Bowory.
For sale-property in various parts or
this eity Brooklyn, Willi 'tnahnrc and S'?rowahury,
N J. Inquire of COMBS A RICHARD, Real F.stato Ano
tioneors, 7o Trinity Building, 111 Broadway, New Yoiic
1710B SALI? A GROCERY STORE, ON TnK BEST
. part uF the Kigbth avenue, with ..took, Hxturm lease,
horss and w*gon, Aa Will be solo cheap for c?ah, ns the
fir. prietor is opening another atoro Una ia a line ohance
or o Gorman, or some smart raau. lci|ulra iu the store, 37#
Eighth uvenue.
e-*0R SALE, OR 10 LIT? A YiRY D?eIR?m,R RR
r sldeitce In tho eity e.f ^jw Uraaswlok H. J., situ ?ted n
Eaysrd street, witbia Vvaaluntea \?*l't of t',a KailroAd do
pot, an table aa a reaide?ae far a tew fori ia4(ohant or a
retired g?rtl"?i*n Jmras'nate p?<waiiin ?ivi>n H-. t ?'t'
Aitilyte Vf 1 LaON 8 HUNT i #0., HO and hi Willi rust.
For sate or to iet? it t?m foot of fifty
ninth street, North river, a lease ot alae years, ot p?*t
of eisht lots, including bulkhead, well ealcula'od for coal
woea, lnrnoer er ship yard, or maqufactnriu< of csni, n' a i t
plaster App'y at 301 Weat (treat, or foot of Fifty ninth
at reet, North mer. W. A. MILLKll.
J^OR SALE OR EXCHANGE -A PARTY HAVING
ene half In ereat in a man ifaoturlng establishment in
ancceaaful operation, paying ferty per en. t on the sa'oa,
which cs ii he Innraasce to large amounts, is doslroua of 'lis
posing of the same for oaah. or exohsnriag it for pro In ;tive
or unproduotlve property, well located in th* oitv of Brook
l)ii, or els?wbere A productive farm aituatod wit Inn
t wenty niles of Jlew York city would betaken If lultahle
Parties nddrnasing Manufacturer, nt No ftl Fulton strer'.^
Ilri.nkij a, pmt paid, will receivo a reply If their application
assWers
IJIPtiRTANT TO It & N R ERA, FOR SALE A SHOP
. neatly titled up in 'ho lnw< r pirt ul the oity, now doing
a largo and reepeotahle hn^a.ysa, with aa ?aextdred leaae,
on acQuunt of had health of the ownar For partlonl ies
afldl t j tu. JUHti WlLLWtt* , Ul IkuuUi iwnet. ir Htm,
JNteJIiUUE^
Fob sale at a bargain? a uonsa and lot sit
?ated on Raltread av*nu?. 1b th* village of Morrisaiila,
? few mlnaW* walk ?( tb* depot. Uoih, on* atory >U a
half, with basement ; lot .23 tVet bv ltQ. tiirlen ratlread
"era leave for end re ura from th* City fl?ll fourteen time*,
eeel way daily. Priee $l,l<*> ^ply to kc. 1). Mann,
correr Ra'lread afiaui and Fifth Irii , Msrrlianli. or to
k ATTtN no K.N A HUM AIMS, U: WaiUajt^u street, oor- -
ner of Robinson street.
(""I RFAT BARGAIN.? FOR SALE, AN ICR CREA.M,
7 ennf*??ionarv and oyster aaloon, one of th? beat la th*
city 1 he whole will b* sold, with four years lease af Via
while' nu*e Would prefer selling one half and take a part
n?r. H aiiied, a man to take charge of a bread and sake
bakery. W ATKINS A HINK,
It Chambor* street, or 4HM Sixth avenue.
MACHINE SHOP FOR SALE? SUITABLE ?OR UGIIT
work A steam engine <aix h'jrse power ) shafting,
lathee. An , nearly n w, and la perfvot luualag order.
Applj at Wi Chambers street.
\f OST V *1,0 API, r PEOPIRTT IN RICHMOND, fi.,
ill fcr 'ale - The undersigned afferafor eala or leaa* that
veiua le ti> Ilia* property in Rienroend, Virginia hereteJero
eeoupiad by tl4? aa a ttnnr and plaster mill It la situated
aa Gillies ereek. about ei< hnodred y > rdi frtw the wbarvaa
at Kceket's. The water fall of2l 'eat la ospable of driving
three pales of bnm 1 he toUdi nns con list of a mill 3i bv tA
fret tlirea *tnri?s h'vh a la* mill 3" by M feet aaw nse* aa
a piaster *? ill; a 'ranra dwelling, with feur rooms: itablea,
ft*., all la n*nd ordor Th* attention of fotiudrvme* and
enpne bulldert le p?rtleular'.y sailed ta tbia property aa
bang a mast desirable site for earrvlna oa their buaiaaaa
Coal eaa he oonveysd from the river coat yarda on (lata up
(IllUes e-eek to the mill yard. Mould'ng aai d ie found witk
ia fittj yarda of tha buil?itt?a, By a mail on'la* a railroad
oaa be laid frorf the buildings ta tha river, thereay enabling
tba owners to put enginee or nther heavy artiolae oa board
viesuls for shipment, at small ei pv** of time aad money.
There are ahoet two aad a half err ? of r<-md attaohad U
this pr- perty Tka nmiets'gnsii a <> 'a ? commend this aa a
rara ohan -e far obtaining a meat ? ?*eblo position for
foundry pn-poaaa, combining tvery ?;tv?iit?f.e *f eooaomy
aad ooavsaiaaaa. Apply to
H, T. ft R. * TALIAFERRO,
?r WELLllSt >N (lODDIN,
. 1< (bmoad, Virginia.
MOI>KI. STEAM BNCINR FOR SALE. OF VERT
bi-auUfnl worknan^blp; liai a for.-r pomp hat ae boiler,
t'otl ttUO, not much uaed aad will b? aold for MX), Oaak.
Apply ut i" Washington atroet.
Notice to btttchebs. ? fo r. sai .v tuk lrise
of two meat el'npe; ou? rtoinu a bu u*? of par
week, tha other of S4il0. Imiuiru at la bucoad atieet, bo
tweea 12 and 7 o'oloak T. M.
TO BOX MAKERB.? FOR aALS, THE MACKTNERT
fixture!, good will, and atook in trade, of a box manti
factory. A good chance for any ara irt man ta do well. Ap.
ply t' rnESABBOUGH. BUCUANAN ft 90., 107 Ful
taa street.
The most itealtbt locality, on which
etaade tha popular mansiaa owned by ColnaeF Jonos,
ie now up to the liighent bidder, oyer and above the mint<num
snm of slxteaa th u?and dollara. Ai the Colonel ooatea
p'aiea a tour throni;li tha lloly Laud, te be absent for a
ifrirnof years, ha hag alto Introduced to ua the dlapoaitloa
of Mb magnificent paviUioa, renowned la thlioomincbity lor
lta large n muter of oongragatud Ttaitara yearly. The aala
of thla magolffeAnt hoiacataad will take plaoo lnslanter. To
th* phlloiophrr. speculator phiUnthropl<t.er man of leiiura,
a bargain of this nature ia raialy met with. Only think, a
large aad apacioui mansion, comprising all the neuetaarjr
autl ouacs caaneoted wiih it; attached therewith one hna
drtd and fifty acres of land, moat of whioh being under the
highest state of cultivation, oomhlalng tha ohnloeit fruit*,
grapea In abuadauee, thriving peaoh aad apple oroharda,
t-nj. rait.ed young troea matured to lieariog, bringing thefinaat
apaclmons of valued and palatable Introductlona (ram evory
clime ar country henoe, from the golden^ Mediterranean to
the Easlera Archipelago proper- The above place in
(Hunted on th* louthera bluff of the Hlghlaada of
Neviaiiik, known as the Highland I'aviUioa, mixed
Into en atmoapkere worth fifty dollara tha onblo inili,
and lta whole front and proportion! atrongly approxl
mating tha oeean. rendering It unequalled oa tha kaowa
earth Go to the Hlghlaaia In one of the following
steamers? the Golden Gate, Alice Price, Jam*! Christopher,
or Tbomaa Height'! regular ferries, and put money la thy
fnree. say fiftv thousand dollars In oa* trade, at the present
la.e lta boundary line* at* selling fur fourt*?a huadrail del
larh the aore.
TO BRtrOGISTR AND APOTHECARIES.? FOR SALE,
aa aid established business en Broadway. Address,
pr* paid, X. L., Herald offio*.
mo HARBFUS -FOR SALE-THE LEASE AND FIX
X tures *f a fir?t class barker shop, la one of the best
streets in tho olty; It is doing a gcoa business, and oan be
had very eheap if applied for soon. The fnrnitnre will be
sold if required, alse stock, to This Is an ?xo*llent ohano*
for ary barber having from fc300 te $800. The rent Is lew,
and a leas* of tbroe, with the privilege of fiv* years. Apply
te MR. inCDHURST, 27 Maiden lane.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL SELL HIS ELEGANT RESI
denee on the oorner of Henry street and Beoond plane;
a large doable house, with fonr aad half lot! exteudiag from
Seoond to Third place. The house contain* all th* modem Im
provements. Price $22,0)1). Apply to
F. BADbKf 221 Greeawieh etre?t.
VIRGINIA LANDS FOR SALE, OR EXCHANGED
for dry goods or a g*?d drug (tor*. 1.000 and 1.000
sere*, beantlfully situated m Randolph county, oonsiJortd
th* best grating lands in the oouatr; als* fit (parts) for
raising to>aceo. oorn, fte Title pereot. A note addraascd
to Mr. JOHN L. RICHARDSON, olty Pett Offlo*. wlU b*
promptly attended to.
TENANTS' ftBGISTEB.
A FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT UNTIL THE 1ST
o * November? Has all the modern Improvement* and
ia handsoc oly furnished throughout W ill oe Ut tow te a
small family. Ike location one of the mtet desirable la the
city. Address Livingston, Union iqaare Post ot&oe. Aa
immediate possession given.
A GOOD SIZED BASI MCNT AND SUB CELLAR TO
let. corner of Broadway and Franklla street, entrance
In Frkoklin street, aultshL- for a*u1ue collar, bottl'n* as
1'Mim u.hu!, ?:i .p u. uufnoto.y, io., Ac. lun^ir.j jo th*
prtiiii'M.
DWTLLINO HOU5I, TO I.ET DM . b ASH -TellC > t v?,
tbrco story Iriob bouse V'> VI West t le -enth stro -t.
b?twce< Fifth and Sixth atenii'S, 'lire* rooms df*p to tli?
roof, and havinc all the inoile~n Improvements to thefullest
extent /> |<pl,v to Ja M be N. UlKlf'UltW, No 12 Old slip, or
No 77 West Twentieth street.
TO LET? 1HB FIRST FLOOR OF A THREE STORT
brick house, obtaining tw* pivrlor* and thre* bad
rooms a rang* la the back baeemont with Croti>n water,
hit and rold, nud bath room. Possession glvea lmm*diate
Iy. Apply at 1&8 First avenue.
TO I jfc.T ? THf. C-PiR PART OF A FIRST CLASS
hons* in Urotda-ay; also, aa ono* oa th* first floor,
tui'aMs for a phv-deiaa Apply, between tb* hour* of 11
s nf 1 o'clock and 1 to 6 o'closk, at Ml Broadway.
TO LFT-THF STABLE NO WHKAD* STREET, CA
pable of ncrominoda'inc thirteen hordes. Apply i*
IIIOMA-J UOPi, A Co , 1:12 L'ban.lisrs street.
Tn I I T ? TBF TWO STOR7 ?SI) BASKMENT MSll
No. ISO Twenty sixth street, a few doors ?ett of Eighth
avenn*. The konst liss gas throughout, bath Ac., and is
very d?sirable for a sm?ll family. The jard I* pl*?sant,
and tl ere is a flno srape vine iu full bearing. Rmt$l(K).
l'o<seseica immediately. The gu? fixtures will be sold If re
quited Can be >eea lrom 3 to ft P. M.
TO LETi- A LARGE ROOM, FRONTING THE BAT
tury, and enjoining the Wash .ncton Hotel suitable for
an ofl ee. laqufre of I HUM AS U. IIaROCasTLB, 22
Broad street, upstair*.
To l.F.T-A COTTAGE, RENT *1 PBR VONTH, WITH
f<i? room*, fn Williemiburg, about one mile from Peck
Blip fer;y, nod on Fulteb fi-ry rontea Pos-ession 7th
August Apply at No. 2u6 Atlantic straot Brooklyn, teres
blocks from Ponth ferry.
TO LET? THE UPPER PARTOE A HOUSE. CONSIST
tut o'fmir 1 J1 r -e roams, besides kitchen end hath room,
delightfully pi lot. d in tho Soeo id avenue; it i* no woo u
rtcd by a small family For further partioulara ad druse
ii raid, for one week, a' the L'uiaii square I'mt UIBoe.
TO J ET-BASEMKNT OF 197 CANAL STRKET, SUIT
able f >r a l-ckBUiith or t> ?1 l.a>t"r, or any liget me
chnnMa) basilica i A ao two -irink works .ops on Hroad*
way and ap?rcme..ts suitable for re p-of*ble f-imilioi.
Ajply to JAM bit PRICE, 2UU Hudson, near Canal atreat.
TO LET? IN A CF.NTEEl. AND CONVENIENT
neighborhood up town, ? neat three atory briok houso,
In perfeot elder. Ront .Sua) per annum. l'j;aeasiun iaiue
dietely. Apply at 197 Soi*tb street, op ataira.
T^O I ET- THE TWO BROS BVUJnKM. 01} M A
i blue shops, three stories eaflh, irith a'eam engine, situate
oa lot* No. 2yG and 27H Filth (treat with i;nmeoitte po.-Haa
aiot. Apply to ?. U. tiHO W N, 71 Wail atroet, from 1 tu 2
o'clock, P. JI.
TO LIT? A NEW STOKE, SITUAT/ll THKEE DOORS
from Fourth avenue, on the north 4ide of Fast Four
tiiouui street It Is a A'at class stand for a family grocery,
or fi r hardware, and a good aitaation for any km, I ?f busi
Hera For terinjapply at No. 7 > East Fourteenth street.
TO LIT- A FINE HOPSE. NF AHI.Y NEW, AND Fi
nished olf iu the beat style, with every modern iuinrove
meet. The house ia pleasantly lnanted, and may be had nt
a low rent. Also, a I ts', olasn Wise for sale on oasv twins.
F D'|iilro at 101 A\ ouue B, or at tho vi&ciuf the J iurual of
Com mere*.
'T*0 LET -TWO BOOMS O* THE 5 f.i OVK STOUT, ANT>
I two rooms on tho rlxtii story ef the ;>un building. 128
l altoii street. l'oscc. id- n given fminsdlati ly Apply to
W tL.i.3 OL VV LiiB, 1H Dutch Streot.
TOIF.T-TT1E PICON D FLOOR OF A NiiAT TWO
story brh-k honse SH Hammeialcy street, two doors frmn
V irick, uoriaiuing a tract nail back room and ihre- bed
noma on the aeoopd floor /\'?o >oro.> email apartments to
Ut. I L quire at iii Htfnixarhley atreit.
riH) LEI IMMEDIATELY-* LAKGR NF1W C'iR *FR
J stcr? with or without the baVery in roar and suitable
ar*ments. on 1 l e corner oT Piano a?1 Now striata New
ark, > J 1 1 e ?tore wo i'd bo vi ry auitehl? and preference
riven, for a hardware atore. Apply at 2i Hioi oker street,
Niwark, N.J.
TO kF NT OR LEASE? ON BROAftWAY, CORK ICR OF
Thirty fourth atreat ?? nty new atnroa at vry l iW
piioe', varyiag tr?m $IU0 to SillO lh?y will le r ntoil only
for raspoetaile luaineia. Apply to K (J PIKK't I'ta
? treat, coiner of ttroadway. audit the Metro;>i)llt in Bank.
TO t.'ASE- A BUILDING FOR SOCIETIES, CLPI1S,
ard other pvhllo prrpo ea. for a torni of yoa??. I, fat!on
nssnrpMBMl and very ion?>?nicnt, ''Otng near Hroadway and
a'l the new I otals. Addr??? S. r. M . Herald offloj
Tub h Bole <m part ??k the hottsk 90s broad
? ay. to let, or would lut the roomn fnrnisho.i to gentle
n^en, on tho mojt reasonable term, It is exactly opposite
the Gramercy hotel and rottatiravl. Inquiro a< ahova
WATWURII I1U\?E?.
B^LM FAEK HOL'SK. sTAT*N ISLAND, OPrOSITl
J Newark Bay.? t'h? snbai nher would ni|K(tfallf an
Rounoe to the oil i*aa of New York that he nag Ittmi np this
BugriUcen'' p'noe for t!ie rei'>- 1 t<oa of iniHtary and iro oum
Sat'iea aud tKouraious of all Utud< Tbli hoose laattmited
inotly ?ppo^ite Newark !'ay, wi'h a beantlfnl lawnia
?front ef ftYout t*ir Hi'taa, al.ldod wi'h ?imJ and *11!' wa
ami line turgst roi o la in the rear roaki'ir '* n ?nf '!?? 'noet
de'irhtfol r,t rta lor rli ?? * iti.ia a huoiired m'U a 1 1 New
"i rk Boat* leave New Vork at e(er to. 1 N II., ivery
hoer and ? "half for Bor? Klckam d, Whioh is a>ioiit ur?
?ilnut.a walk froa> the above bosan- H ROOKRD.
Lake mapopac? the cn peksioneo begs
leave to tnform thu public tliat he has opened it apaomne
and oomfortab'e Hummer boarding bouao at theabovo (mke.
Kvrry in raiigi ment re<i<iifilte for the oomf-rt aud re< r atk n
of rliitera ha- been pro vl led lor the accommodation of faail
lb a a-il Indiviiluitla. rtofem 'or particulars to J 9 Milford,
Ne. 1.11 1'anrl atraet Mew York. N. L. THOMPSON,
l.akc Miihopao. Putaaia conuty, N. Y.
BfATftiartisnre ~
Maii'imony mad* fast, or how to win a
Lover I'rofvasfr I.AWTON. Ruatoa formrrly of
London will str<i to any addrtss, on the raooipt of one dol
lar. foa* paid, p'aie dii ? etiona to enable ludie* or ifaatlemaH
to Win the devoted "tt-na of aa many of the opiioatta
st<* aa tboir ? ear'e may d*<ire. The pr>eeaa ia s-1 simple,
t n: so oci fvatlir that all may ha maritait. ir'i .p^etivo ' I
aye, app arMa#a, or e"?.l Ion, and last, though not lea^t,
it can be ar'aafre l witii auoh rare aid dellot-. y that deten
ti ti ia Inapoaaible Addioas l'r?tco?er Lawt?n, II. at-m,
Mas* No lett r? takea fr?? tfcs ptst ???? ??UM *?
pe?tat? I* patl.
/
notamro tae uMnonk
A gHT ?t! bJ?^8?ih T? r^Smmd^tloo* spunrar
JX 141/ fnrnfahed. wlM be let with f?U i*>e-4 to agate
tkman ni-,4 lndy, or to (taxi* neetUmea. i t,. hooi? 1.3
?(' ird ?trietf/ firet clone, la the MIm a?n.? Nona Q
Sirtiea of tha Dm* r*fpeet?bl'lty reed u ,, , m. ..iuTI,.
i?e?. Dinner at < o'clooi. Call at? W'u . T??i.tyeeasi3
Ark you looking foe no*. no ut room*, am
for hoarders F ? Be aaanrod ion can tad theet. by sailw
at oar office, 73 tut Fourteenth strict aaar U~tea ?quart
No rkaraa to boardafa. Private famtUaa aad b.ardieg
fc*u*e? will find ooti the aureat, mot* reapeetable aad satis
factory method for obtaining boardara.
PRIVATE FAMILY CAN A (-COM MO DAT! TWO
(enili niaii with parlors and bedrooms furnished. witfc
A
A ,
Ltaakfiul ai d tea If required, or tha saoond floor, farati^-ad.
with thn usa of kitchen. arlit be lei to a' small family wltfc*
out children. The lines# contains baths, gas and ail ttan
o>oil-rD improvement a. None but pe'asaa of the Itrat m
sixotaliiiiy nutd apply. luqairu at 114 Waver!/ place.
ANY PERSON DESIRING THEIR UNOCCUPIED
apartments tilled either furnishing board or not neod
I ut apply to tha New York Bearding Bxohaara JW Bread
way. upst-irs, erde,it?r the fall d marl pi Ion of their bwm,
As., upon the hooka, to proeur* from the large number ate
apply daily such occupants as tbey oau accommodate.
SUIT OP FURNISHED ROOMS. ALSO ONI OK
two single rooms for gentlemea, at (2 Bond streets
A hi' IT! OF ROOMS, HANDSOMELY KC It "d 1811101.
coasistlng 01 parlor aad bedroom on second floor. Use
a riarle ro< m, in a private family, to let te a gentleman ate
Ml ?i'i or two sinaie gentlemen, with full or partial boo* A.
in a bouse with all the modern improvements, .tun, bath
Apply at No 145 West Twenty second street, between f"
and seventh avenues.
A SUITE OF NEATLY FURMS1IKD PARLORS: Ab
so one or twe siigle ronmt, to let, for a short period, 1 1
required, to eingls tantiemes, or gnrtlcmt a and their wira^
of high respectability, without board, Inquire at T2 Fnit
tin street. Brut house west of Hroauway.
APRIYATE PA MILT. DESIROUS OP nOMl f"0?
forts may And a furnished h>>use, with all the modsn
improvements. or it may salt a party of gentlemen who 'lke?a
bave oooklug in tkeir own st -In; or rooms furaiahed. with er
without board. Cars and stages pass the door. Tha beet at
reference and pay in advance. Aptly at % Fourth aveaMb
opposite I leveath street,
A FEW GI-NTLEMKN CAN RE IACCOWMOD ATEB
with beard at 47S Eighth avenrn, between Thirty fiflta
had Thirty sixth street!.
A LARGE FRONT PARLOR, ON TUX SECOND
flo. r handaonely fnraished with pantries attaehet,
te let, eitlior transiently or permanently, to a gentlanate
aad his wlfa, with board, First olass ac join iuoilaUowa,
bath, gaa, Ac. Inquire at CO Varlck street, St. John's parka
OARD? ROOMS IN SUITS OR SINGLE, WITH HO.
tel or private table, may bo had at the ooener of Brate
way and Thirty ioarth street; a delightful summer t
ana near the Crystal Palaoa. Charges moderate.
B
BOARD.-PWRNI8OED ROOMS, AT 22 UNION PLACE
to let, with or w Itbont board The bonse ts delightfal
ly situated, having all the modern improvements ate ova r
lookiag the Park, Strangers visiting ?ae eity, saa be to an at
modatad with pleasant rooms.
BOARD.-A LADY CAN BE ACCOMMODATED fill
b ard and a pleasant furnished ream. Apply at M
Hubert street.
Board can be obtained for families m
siagla gentlemen, by applying at 12 Noilsen |
(Mercer at root, one door below Eighth). Tha house la
oioaa. with all tha madam improvements.
Board in chambers strect.-a pront par
lor on thasadbnd floor, with pantry attaehad soluble
fer a centleman aad wife or single gentlemen, to let, with
board, cither permanently or transinntly, Referoneea ax
chhcgad. Apply at L!1 Chambers atreet.
Board near union square.? three or pouk
pleasant front rooms, either furaisbed or anf
ota be bad witb beard in a private family residing _
East Wiateentb >treet. The house is pleasantly ilisalid,
pleasant front rooms, either furnished or enfnrnlahe^
oan be bad with beard in a private family residing at Mo.
East Sixteenth ?treet. The house is pleasantly ni\a '
has gaa, bath, Ac., and flva er six persons can be aooo
dated on reasonable terms. Referonoea exubanged.
Board near broadway.-house first okaeb.
and newly fnrniahad thronghont. Has hatha, gaa, te,
Looation clean and cool. Dinner at alx o'oleak. Kooma ate
saitea to let. Uaexeoptionaklo rcforenae rive a ate ac
quired. Plena* call at & Clinton plnua, Elghtn (treat.
Board for single gentlemen.? well potu
niahed rooms, with breakfast and tea, aan ha had la ?
small private faaiily, in the first class house No. (M AmUf
street, a short dUtaaca from Broadway. Handsomely h?
tiished rooma, without board, oan bo abtaiaad at No. M
I raaklin (treat, a few doors waat at Broadway.
Board in brookltn.-gbntlemen and thecs
wivea, also aiagla gentleman oan ha aoooiamodakami
with handsomely furnished or nnfurnlshed rcoma, with ten
or partial board, in a flrst'Olass honae, in one af the moat te*
lightful aituaflona in Brooklyn. Tha honae it large ate
reomy, containing every eoavenleaoe, Hfh as gas. Mite
furnaoe 4o.. Ae. Those desirous of eeJoyWr the oomtoftom
a home, inquire at 20A Washington street, Brooklyn, wMte
irs miantea walk of Fulton or Wall street ferriaa.
Board in Brooklyn.? a pew boarders Oil
ha aeoommodatod with tna large airy roema In amaaa
the beat 'ocatieas in Brooklyn, by applying at M OUate
? treat, between Wall and Atlantio street ferries.
Board in brooklyn-with a large fromt
room and double eltset, on saoond floor, suitable fee <b
gentleman and wife, in a house plnaaantly situated near Man
Belghta within live minntes walk of South er MontMnft
ferries; also, a fraat room on third floor for single gent 1 1
men. Gas and bath. Terms moderate. Address K><
Uerald office.
Board in brooklyn.-a gentleman ahti
wife, aad two or threa aingle gentlemen, ean obtah
plenaant rooms, with board, by applying at 211 Fulton ah.
Board in Brooklyn? gentlemen and tbeis
V, IV,-, ?nd tingle gentlemen, ei.n be accommodated with
hi'iili-hio rooaos and board, either '11 or partial or nnfar
. ? <1 eit'ilnafew mirvites walk of fqlt.>?"
i ?. ?ti"et ferr>'? Terms m ^derate. Re
ftreaona < xonanged. Apply at lil Sands stroet. brooklya*
Boarding in brooklyn-in a pleasant lo
oation, wliere there are but few in family, betweea
Hi rtapue and Fulton ferries, a r?"m suitahla f)r a atngle
mutleiuan. or two friends. Teruut utoderats. Apply at M
Henri atree^
Board wanted in Brooklyn? by a qentlb
uian and Mdy, newly married. The luca'ion mast he
within six or eight blocks of the Savins* Bavk, corner ef
Onci.rd and Fniton etr'-ets. Tbo pwtiua prefer a qnkt
^ nd retired plaoe, where there are few or no boarders. All
i , iiimunii'st.ona must atate the price and poaltion of apart
ments. Address ('. 11. W., Brooklyn Pest Office.
Board in hocokkn-wituin fifteen minuths
accenstotbe business paits of New York. A noatip
furnit-hed parlor ard bedroom, suitable for a gov. tinman sndL
wife or two single gentlemen; al?e two p triors,
room, In druom urd kitc.beu. with all the modern improve^
metis tt No. 16 Hudson terrace. Hobokon. Pr vate'lami
Iv. None need apply but those who are willing W pay
liberal for good accommodations, and oan produce tha (eft
of reference.
BOARD AT CLIFTON. 8TATEN ISLAND.- TWO 0*
throe gentleman, or a i<mall family, ean be aaoomnao
dated in a loautilnlly situated cottage, directly oa tha
shore, five minutes walk from Vnndtrbilt's landing, with
1 ath house. stnl ling, and rvry convenience. For tortlMC
I articuluri applj to J. AGATE, Sid Broadway, N. Y.
BOARD ANT) BOOKS, FOI? FAMILIES AND SINQIJI
gentlemen, oan be had at No. 19 Union square, wart
side.
B
OABD WANTED -A GENTLEMAN AND LADT
with a Urea a' d veil fnrni,.hsd front room, in a prlvMt*
family, having * house with th* modern Improvsmsata.
Ho?rJ for the lady only. 1, option between frtno* mI
Seventeenth f tr?* t*. Tboss living beyond Vnioa sqaaN
need net answer. Addiess It. S., Broadway Post Oflw.
Board paid in udvaacs, If doiirvd.
Board fantw.-j gentleman' with hi j wire
are desirous of obtaining board in the oouatry, or aaaaa
plaoa, if poaaiide oenvenient to sea bathing and ?M| oC
acccdfjto Now York Address J. II., Herald vffioo.
Board wantfd-by a gentleman, his wira.
nur*e and intniit f< r tie winter stjison, in are peatabli
private family, or a beuso *hore the--* are bntfewethsc
boardire Good noenmm"d*ien? required and lowtorma.
Tbe most eatistaotory reiereno- i nivoa and roquirod. Ad
dress. ststieg tarma and particular*, lloma, Chatfc*?
aiioaro I'ast iftce.
Board wanted, by a lady and Tiro da how
ter* -a room a> I bedroom will be repaired ? (a a M
speetal.le family, up to ?n. I'Ium address, stating looatioa,
anti terns W., Box No. .',!>? I Poet UGice.
Boarding-rooms furnished or UNFURNISir^
cd with or aithont bourd, may ^obtained in a(lr?t ala ?
lio'ise, replete witli every eoiivuniaaco and deli.htfn: ?
?itmitid, being oonvanicut to vara and enaallmaea. Also ft
office suitable for a pbvaielaa. Apply at .108 Fourth aveau .
between Twisty eighth ami Twenty math struct*
Boarding -PTUAmims visiting the city to;
a'tend th? World's Knir, or oihirwie*. onu ht> aoeoa I
mod?ted with rooms nad full or partial buard, on the ann
reasonable terms Set oral suite of room ? suitable for *n*aIL
families at* now vacant Transient board #1 p?r day. lialtt
la house fot free use of boarders.
ST. CHARLE3, 347 RroadwAjf, *
BOARMN# ON DROA f>W AT.? STRANGERS VlSIT
Inp th? eltv petmanettly or transisnt'y. may In 4 ate
ct>a.torta of home iwithoa* the annoyanee ta a large hotel,
iu a tlrst dsn privnto bcurdlag house at No :M Broadway.
Transient board $1 'X> pr day. N. B. Taec* at* twe plaao
at t suit* of rooaja l*r lamina*.
Boarding in tiik ouuktry-at thr mn
litik liotise. on the Highlands f Nevuink, New Jar
soy. 1 he ui d?rsisne>< wonlii respectfully give aotlot tka*
bo has u reral v cant rooms, aid would i e rnuoh p1?%a*d ta
aoc< jrrtlediit* his frlenns. or snch other persons as w old bo
s'rtM-d to favor tim with tin ir ootnpany ib?t tia
1 bow as G. Usi|fht (ioldt-n (? >te and the .lama* C'bristspUar.
ply daily bstwcou tno ab*vo plao* and tue oit
M. JON RS.
DFHIRARLE rCRNIRnFD BOOMS. -A I'ltlTara
fan lly wonld let a suite of room* t > on* or two ? ntla
men The I, our* ia now, and haa *11 the miliar n im pto**
tnents and is one of the best locutions ia tb* atty ooafo
nient to the oars and two lines of *t.ig?s Apply at (I W?M
Fburteoutb strset, tlrat bouss wost oi Sixth a>*uu*.
Fuegantly fuknish?d apa ktmknxb, vtw
i } oarii 'private taMa. if daelred,) may b" obtaiaad kk
a ties t clnsfl bonne. Apply at 44 ? eat Twetty laird atnM,
ou i r jsm suitable for a si u#ia geatlemau.
FiACI K HOTEL I.OIXIINGS.? GENT1 EMEN WIU. DO
J wi ll to remember tli*y ca \ liav,- excellent lodgtagn la
sinrle rooms, at 2!i cents per nitelW corner of FraAlort art
William street*. Office open all night.
FURNI'HBB ROOMS- AT NO. 61 WALERR STRMHF,
near Broaaway? a parlor and sitting room. al*u, siagfi
kedtoomi A,plj as akuvs.
HANI'SOMK riTRNISHED RO?MS TO 1-tT,
or without partial boarl. lvqnlr* at 769 It roadway.
MKS A RCCI.RSTON. rM BROADWAT NB All Tl 4Ct\
?St. Nirholaa Natr?palltam. an I *?.iise arlneipal hotaU, .
on supply ootnforta' '? fnrslahsd r mi* at prless te n?
the viows ol applieavts. Partial b? .? i I*" fttraishea
d*"ln d Th* oeml'tt"* ..f a hots' viithiut us *ol*e, afataaa
seouri d to travellers or cit oas ____
PERMANt NT ROM l> W ANTFP FOR 4 ,? *?TI5
man, wife t.?, cbilri-u. (s ? th? ??'
two young ??> ?l in -n. t1' >r t" II p ?? n%km r
aWo'pritaU ploa* Pr.f,- .
hoarders and re Idfti lit a w ? ? ' ' , .manta. A
Broad wayfltt'd ,, ? ,,tahBK3S?^ i
7<,u
soj'tl. 'liable referee
Two ointi *?i? n s.m i mm t/i yks, alio Tira
single gel. tlrmen <?*? h?s.,.nn' at?4 <ritb gsod boiafl
and I'ar dseme n>oms, if a pier >*i t hon? > <? here th* comforts
of a homo mat be h#<! apply at No I t Ka t Broa4way,
mwo'PAEtoBS ? m> ivro db<>!u>om?" iriVLir
J. fiirslsns l iu ltd t? ?l*(lt , ?i tl ,usn ? a ouiet and pri
vsis be-'-. nfe,??b ta .as ii..(Jo-?t? 4pSL
at No ? Prlnrs *tr < i a ?w d,? r* w*s ?? Hmadvsr
EAT ANTED? BT > stN(.r,t IK VI i> n, A ROOK
.V. '? ?" H-.ok'v Wllb kr**kf*aT
A .idee** w. In Suisld jIU f, stall*' total **<

xml | txt