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TWt ?>? b?lo?t?, eaolurivaly to avgia.Ukaviaabeea
WMJ m* ?'WiMWrtlM to Act of ^oBm.1,% the
?iaWst Court, of tke Southern Mtlrlit of
_?fcrtU ?ll persoas importing or (?llinr ut rtn under
5^ nam^asaept that wbleb boar* mi labol and elgnalnre.
* 1 *" affermined ta pr?s??ut? all tho?? w'io ulrnto aad
OB?t?rf?lt wj brand CD0L.PUU WOLfB
Wi importer of tb? Sokiadam inaatlt Schnapps. Offloo
?? Popot If B?av?r it root.
JKMAJSOLA.L AN D (XltfM.UB.UiAL.
? ???V MtBKHT.
Batvuat, Aug 6 ? 6 P. u.
mo tendency of prleee ?tUl oaatinaod down ward. 11m
lutun large fo>cki*?ri to da/ hi ouk, aid lv;? imII
?M ?a tin*. Erie Railroad and Parkar Vain Ooal stock*
MH the moat active on tbo Hat, aad th? transaction* on
te*, sailer's op Mob, nnuaually large. Nicaragua Transit
Jtm ?fe rated in an ilato to seaue extant, and eloaed
bmaf. Tbo variatiena to day in prieea, com pared
?kk there current at the eloao y aster day, were
m leUews:? Nicaragua Transit declined 2 per eeat:
jnoiaaae and Kejp it, y2 ; Morris Oaaal, New
Jaraey Zmo, X\ Phoenix Ooal, Jf; Erie Railroad,
Paiker Vein, Cumberland Ooal advanced
X I*r ??at; Crjhtal Palaee. 2; dtenwgtoo, 1#; Harlem,
X; Panama Railroad, 1. The bull* m ule a desperate
effort to auatain the market, aad reported to all aorta of
moaaarca, hut la vain. A proa.inrnt holder of Erie
Railroad, rcireHenting the clique at the bead of which
stands the treasurer of the oempanf, attompwxl
a tally, by bidding 75 per aent, bajei'a option,
sixty daya, in the fac? of 71 per cunt, the cash market
yatee. The ruse did not work an anticipated. An effort
aianllar to thia waa made ^heu the aUck was selling at
"28 per eont, ef eourte without success. The fall in fancy
atoekb baa been very great and it ia the impression ef
?any that a reaction muat coon be realized. It la true
friata axe comparatively lo * hut it doea not follow that
?ay will not go much lower. An eaay money market
iromld not bring about an tmmtdiate reaction. Confl
dance ia all gone. No one, noi even the heaviest holders,
fees laith in the value ef any of the fancien, and it will
take a long time to restore oonfldenoe sufficiently to
maintain the most moderate rates The hanks bare
been in a very tight place, and it has been with the
giaatokt difficulty that Home of them have raiaed apacie
enough to make even a respectable average. Several
have been helped by others, to make up a decent show,
. ud they will be eoan polled hereafter to move very eau
ftiuajy to maintain the average flrot presented. We must
bake ap our mind a for stringent times The
Money market will not be ea*y again for many weeks,
fcibepn months.
the receipts at the oflloe of the Assistant Treasurer of
tkk port today, amounted to $103 831 82; payments,
$M,416 74? bslanee $8. 406. 679 01.
The outward movement of specie during the present
week has Men limited. The exports have bean as an
nexed
Fhipme>th op Rnecra from toe Port of New York.
Brig Clara. linrge-n, Puerto Cabelio, specie ... $3 048
Mklp Beaman, Montevideo, doubloons 2, 182
fatal Ju)t 30 to August 6 96 630
Vrvrtaufy repotted 12,660,081
Total tar 1863 $12 601 311
tb? ?tea?ship Atlantic, from this port, today, for
Urerpeol, bad bo specie on freight.
Ti? tasaaga for tb? Reading Railroad, for tha week
tmdimg on Thursday, wan 44.703 tons, making, for the w
?en, 913 800 tonw; beirg 86,427 tona lean than to tbe same
time font year. The Schuylkill Navigation, for the week
OBdixg on Thurtday, brought down 22 467 tona of coal,
naliiK a toi>nag? for the season to that time, of 438,249
tana, being in *xc?es cf tbe tonnage to the H&sie time last
Car of 32.477 toi>N Tbe demand for anthracite coal is
iieved to fre considerably in excess of the eapaci'y of
tfcateveral carrying companies Sbipuent* of coal on
tbe Lebiph for the ? eek ending wit'i Svurd>y th? 30th
ah , ?ne 29 410 tona. For the e?&poa they amounted
ta 639,109 toim, agaiiiHt 640.330 tons to time timi last
year, Increase, 7.227 toon. From the l#high Toiuuaay 'a
?lie*, tbe f h'|imeiitri for the season vera 260,494 too*,
again t 242,803 ions to tanw time last year. Increase,
1,fc31 tans.
Stock Exchange.
FiR.fr IkjARiJ? August 0, 1863.
tC0( 0 V 9 6'g, '56 . . . 100 * 300 aba P*rk C Co *3 1 ?
20000 do '62 ?3 117 50 I'tacenU ding Co. 19*
40<0 do '68. (-3 121 * '.50 do .|3 19* I
t?fo do ...baiiii* no do 19*
ICflO trie lee Bda. V4* 200 do . ...b60 21
2M.0 do 94 'J5 Crystal I'alace . . 1 to
10 ikn Sbne&lM Bk 100* 73 N' Y Oeo RR..opc 115*
IS Baoeverlik 96 100 Stnniiu; Rti..t>'i0 68
IfcO Mur.ir Canal. b?0 19^ 2<i N Y h S Ear 11R 1. 1*
60 do IS* 44 do 101* I
360 do e 18* 26 Eri? Rlt a3 71 * I
ISO do ]** 60 (lo b3 71 I
?6# Okntm Co 28* 1< 00 do <j 71
S(H) Fler k K?-yp..t3 8* 100 da t>C0 7a *
M0 do 8* 100 do ?00 7ft I
BfcO Nlci Tr Oo....b3 21* 60 di> e 71* I
*60 do e 21 66 do 72
5t0 do.. >3 21 . 50 do s60 71* I
2(0 do b3 21 250 do *60 71* I
109 do 21 200 do s60 71 |
?10 <o b30 22 175 d<< 71*
1*0 do >3 21* 50 do .... . . 71*
350 do boO 22* 450 do b3 72
100 do 21* 150 do stSO 72
660 do 21* 670 do 72
860 do b3Q 23 100 do ?30 72
10? Mew Jersey Zinc 11* 100 Harlem HR.. ,b3 67*
JtO McC.il'k Gd M.b3 7* 250 dn 57 %
100 Cuiub o il Co . 83J? 100 dj *10 67*
*60 do 34 500 do b10 57';
?0 do *C0 34 CO di 6iS
3C0 Park Ocal Co bfiO 21 50 do s3 57*
?0 co f3 19* 100 do ?:.0 67%
60 do. b3 19* 100 Hud R:t RR. s30 67*
26 oo b4 19* 100 do or.o 70
?00 io 19* 1(0 do ,....s60 ?H
100 do .... cf.O 19* S6 do blu ti8*
100 do ?ti0 19* 1(H) do -30 68*
M0 do h30 19* 150 do c f.8
SCO do 19* 100 do. .. b t 68
100 do siiO 19 6 Paaamt RR ... . 112
?00 do *3 19
SECOND BOARD.
4S sbs 2i?cb IWk. . 139 250 ?hi T-an Co
100 Cat t 'ii Co. . . *60 28* 60 ErteHR i>00 72*
110 do 29 100 do t>3 73
60 Parker Coal Co. . 19* 100 do k'10 73
2f!0 do p3 80 60 ?!o 73
50 do 19Jf 50 do. ...bl5 7?*
tfO io 19* 210 M Rrt. . 35
900 do. 20 60 Hud Kiv RR..bl0 70
525 Pbornlx Ming Co. 19* 100 do 69*
9B0 Flor & K Plk Rd . 15* 60 do ...bnwk 0!)
60 Cuaib Co.il Co.. . 34 50 do f.O
60 dfi 34* 60 do 09*
10 do 35 10 NIodanuRR,... 120
60 Co.. 34* 100 Harlem Rrt 5?'^
200 h'ica T ats Co . . 22* 300 do ..blO 5^*
100 dn >10 22*
A J V E BT IfvE ;M E M IS RttMEWtiU EVERY UAV.
rKASORAL.
IKFORVATION 18 WANTfcDOF MERVIN L. NOIIT.E,
who in uiproft J to * e iu tin.) olty or Brooklyn, and wtn
ki mp[ioi>?d to liavn loft Ills friends at M uliaon Conn., in a
?tali- of incntal ahcrratiun rinao ffliich time no certainty
of bis ?! ereahonte ran be ?btalaod. H? ? a< nlnetmm years
of >|i<i, tive leu- ten iurhun I. i*h, lizht vomplexinn. dark ii >ir,
ratner ?liio. When la?t ncrn l^e had mi Kl??>"i oiip lilii"i?li
BiiitHlonna. no coat or %e>t. Any it formation whien will
ad to biadlfcovery will Lc amply rewari<>d hy applyiun at
Ho. M F.'out itreet.
INFOKMAH^N W ANTED -Oi" CATHARINE MpDOV
acll ii it Li ve of Ireland, eonr.tv of Mona^han, pari<li of
haltlboy, townland of Drumiiaaia Wlien Ian heard o'
war MiMiiit-1 to b<%te gonu to thu Stat' of Cnnueutl -nt.
A ay inri.m ation of hrr * ill h? Klmily re )'i??id hy li?r aUt?r.
lia'Kuri't Mi'Dounell, liy apply'..g or writi^x to No. l.iS
Mourue Ptreet. Connecticnt papers please oopy.
Notice ? if willi am n. ijope is alive, and
wi'l eoo inuiiicate with t tin nubwril er. ho will lioarof
?om?thing ro Mn adTantunn lie ii ? native of Seo land,
ard Unil'd in Now York In 18.14. lie ihippcd at Itoiitou aa a
?ail' r on honrd the t.r iic Imngine, I'api.i . Jimti Small, in
tK7 on a vet n io to the ?cet noatt o t Afrii-a. Tlie rtuxel
f turned, and it ie helit-ved with thr crew all well. \ny in
forniftti n ^oriimunioated to tho inh*orih*-r% re-p^ottn r, tlie
?ate tt illiam Ii Horo, will he thank folly xetieivoil and Bulta
fcly rewanled by HILL, bF.A nS A Co., 21 Commercial
wharf, ilonton.
RP., OF TEX.V?, WOFLD UK GLAD TO M F) RT HIS
? ton?in. who, on Thorn lay the 'Hit ln?t.. while in au
ouinil'U* Iro'j Crystal l alaoe, made enqniriee I'roin a ^'u .lo
m*n. aopcerniog niui and family. Address, K. 1'., rjoiaL'i
A>tcr House.
CHYS I'AL PAI.A( K.
?JITPKR! -4TENI>?N'irt' ?FFICJt, CRYSTAL PAL .C4
J Inly ,fl, l?ra.
Tki public are icspeetfully inforineii that he Cr?stal i'a
laoe is now open e% cry day (aa'.daytexeeptaa ) '? ?t eeen the
bcurx ef V o'clonli A. U., and 7 o'tlook I'. M., until lurt ber
^uMee
Single Adml^-nons Mteenti
ChlTiiren nnitor twiilre yoarr fit ape 26 eei ls
8?a?or Mekets $10
Tirkxti ?diDittlrn the holder until ilio'lirst of Oetohcr . . W
Tt?k**tnniay b?. parcitae^d at ? ' o entxH>.oei to the '"rj^tal
f*Jae? or at the inu?(<: ?t?r* >r H'iu Hall A sou, r e. .'39
Broadway, eor'.er ei P?rk iil?.-.>.
JOHN rf B tTOflELDFIL
8?eretary "im S'lix-r lutondents.
**?*: Tf ADN;\ <fcC.
fO OTOHlCUn ER3.? TWEWT1 GOOD WORKMEN
can b" * in ploye i e t. A I'lllLIPB'd, nc r eornor nf Thir*
treutli str>et und Flrit arenux. iolnic, i0"rii.TiUi on
SU ' ri ? h avenue and Twenty-eighth stc. et, jtli a\tnr"S.
Jlay he let for a llr't rnto proetiy, dr> good*, r a'iy diuiilar
bneiaeie, fir a term ol yeor*.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY? TWO <1KN T0~WORK
on tin plato aud timet iron, ? .a1, nro ao'iunintod with
Job work aril uri espatlc of tAMa - rlJWrge o I' tun workuhop
alio six men that ere acquainted wftN oinkinx rnni'non tl v
waie. Such men can have rtindf i m | loymeit i.y railing
on tho tnh?e.ib?r ?t the Uilted JOatea llotnl. In Fnltoa
etr?< t, within one week ftoei date, Augn t ,V 18. IS
A. r WELLCOME.
WANTCD--HIX PATTERN MAKitRS TIIR VRflT
highf-st wagts paid to eompetent workmen. Apply a*?
tbe Ilaineri'ley lion Works, lifty ninth streot, North river
ei at ike oluce corner ol Lalght and Wasblri-ton striv t<
Kll./li h W A IIP.
IVANTID- A CUSTOM GUTTER, TO GO TO A SOUTn
f T rr^ Mty. Tc a man wl:o c-u ?i .? ?atUU>.t<r/ ruforea^a
ae te abllltiee, a p^raianeat situatb'n and flret-rate aalavr
will be given, address Merchant 1?Um, Herald etiee, uutH
W ednesday , the mil ait,
TENW1 A LINE.? THE SUBSCRIBERS WILL, ON
jvk ud a'ter tbla date, ran a new lis* of ittm frem U?
eerier ef Tweaty tkii d street and at?u A threub IfMM
A, lwi, Divl?i?n sad Ckathana UrMti to Park row.
U rough Park raw. Broadway, Fnlton Waakinftoa and
Cortlaadt (tresis to Jersey City Forry- retarain* earns
rt-oto. Tail lias will communicate wita Washington mar
ket, Hoboksn, and Joraoy City furlti rhs itook aid ilafu
are canal to aay. Tk? patroaaco of tha pabllo la eelioited.
Fi.ro coi ta. DUOKO. MKERlAM * CO.
A PLACARD Having BEEN POSTED AT VARI
OUS pi tees, stating that a hori* was to ke sold at publio
auction at the Red House, on the l.'lth of Aarut inst , ''o?
a*eonnt of Jamea Irving," notlee in hereby given that aueb
? lali hi. at i> mad? without anv authority fr-i.i me, aud that
>* '?!? ?' any horao which I own or in whieh I cave any in
forest fa to bo made at tbn above tine ant place. Icon
aid or mvieli oompeteat to dispose of my borecs at orivate
?ale, aua without the aid of an auctioneer or any other
person. james iitfiNO
A BALL.-TIIE FRIENDS OF DEN NIS MOORE, WHO
has keen suffering on a bad of aiokaeea the laat six
months, will give a ball on theeveilsg of the Dth day of
tlii* ' orth, the picoaeda of which will be to relieve himself
and family The ball will be held in one of Mr David Pol
lock's new assembly rr nm>, now nearly llaia ted, and tea
dered in the cause of cl srltv. free of oharge, by Hr. P.
JOHN FAV. /
JOI1N HOOK. > Manageri.
MICHAEL UROPHT , J
I!obo!<en, August 6, ISM.
Liter akt prize.? vm? the undersigned
beret y offers the tu ni of live hundred dollars for the
beat orlgii. *1 tula serious ?r hu -.or-us, whieh ?hall bo writ
tcu lor the Mtnary Mnaenm a:.d received Oy hiiu, prior to
tha llith of October, 1N*S? himaelf to bo the Judge ? and all
unaccepted to bo returned, or otherwise bargained for.
The publio will remember that a prize of SSOO'was laatvear
awarded i?y the subscriber to Carolir a L?e Heotz. on the
Bume tirina as aliove proposed, and any author wiahiag now
to bceouio a competitor will r??<ive auroty of the perfect
goid taitb of tins offer, if by him desired It is tue nib
arriher'a object to encourage American Literature no leas
t' uu to further the prosperity ot Mir Literary Museum. The
oolv nina of tbip Jonrnal l ring small, tl>e story ia required to
occupy about twu hundred columns.
USSIaN e dodoe
Editor and Proprietor ef Dodge'a Boston Literary Museum
Notice.? the memheks of jackson lodoe.
No. S, A. P A , are 11- quested t" he punctual in t teir
aiteudai.ee at Heir Lodge room, on 8nudav morning at 10
o'elock. to pay tbe last tribute ot r-apect to oar late brother,
John Allen from bis late residence, Thirty-third atroet, be
tween Tenth ai.d Eelevintli avenues. The Order in general
are rtspretfully invited to attend. JOHN DAVIS, W. M.
David Laud. Kec. See.
Notice ?the creditor* of tiie late firm of
Angell, ingel A fiewitt <re hereby nntilied to present
their demands. with vouchers to tbe suhsiriber, at his of
fice, No. 322 Broadway, on or before the 10th day of August
inat. Angast 3. 1863. WM HADUt, SB Broadway.
Notice is hereby given that the adminis
trators of Uenry Kreriohs, lately eeeeaaed, will settle
all alaima against tbe raid Henry Frerichs on or before the
l.'<th day ot Aupurt. IKV1 All persons Indebted to the aatn*
Hen-} Frerichs mutt o< n> and rettls their aeooants on or
before the 16th day of Aaru?t. l*\'t.
T L. 8IBBEIN, SI West street.
New Vork, August 2, lf53.
PICKWIt K CHOWDI8 CLUB? OLD DUKES-lLATE
Niagnra ) -Tho niem'iers and frends of the above elub
are i?quntid to meet ?t, the Miakapearn ll.-tel on Monday
evening, at eight o'oloek, to mako arrangements and hu*r
the tiaal report ot t< e co r-mi'tee for eeleliratiug onr eighth
anrnal chowder reunion, at rihecp-hend B'>y, oa Tae^uay,
August 16 Men<bers arc reuuetted to )>e up to time.
By erdir of JaMH.3 HUDSON, Preildewt.
nnt AiLiTAHt.
NOTICE. ? LINDSEY BLUES. -THE REGULAR
monthly meeting ef the nembcrs of the above corps,
Hill U held U ho Ik Eldridso "treut, ?a ' uosday ivuniug,
Anguit y at 8 o'clock, aud * punctua' attendance I* request
ed. Ky order of WM. R. UWYN,i Commandant.
TiikO. P. Wui Ki.tn, Secretary.
Twelfth regiment "a" company, light
Guard.? New York. July 21, 18.W ? Special order? The
members of tbia company will meet ut chair armory, Mon
day, Angnst 8, atSocUck P. M upon buainess of the
greateat importance. The commandant do-irea that every
men ber of the corps will make it hi* duty to be preacnt upon
this ocoaaioD By order.
ED VINCENT, Commandant Light Guard.
En. B. Cooper. Orderly.
KEW A aus
<S1 nnn reward -on THE MORNING OF TUE8
?P-L."'U*" day, the 26th of July, the banking nouse ol
the Mec'innicd A Troder*' Bat k, at Jersey City, wa* brokax
?pen the safe of the hank unlocked and the following d?
aorihfd note* and specie taken tlisreflrom : ?
>3,886 in hilla of the bank.
f1.8t.t37 in gold.
t'.'CO 25 in ne?nrrent money.
W In ail vet
$1,500 in bfl's of oth.-r bark*.
it reward of one thousand dollars will ho paid for ths re
covery of the money and property taken and a proportion
ate reward will bt paid for tho rccoverv of any part of it.
By order of the Board. PETER HbNTL.li V, President
?inn REWARD ? ROBBERT.? ONE HUNDRED
?]pXl.' " dollars will be paid 'or the apprehension and con
vlction. or of evidence which will lead to the conviction of
the person or piranns abo tobhed my offleo, No. 52 Ann
street in this city, on the tiih inatant, of a large quantity
of watcbtB and jewelry, and for a recnverv of the stolon
property or a proportionate reward will be paid for a re
covery of the s'olen property. A Hst of ' he stolen articles
may bo Lad at the olfee of the c ief of polioo.
J. F. JONES.
(Ji/rn REWARD.- LOST, A FJW WF.F.KS SINCE A
tjptlv' full net of u^per and lower teeth, on platen, "apposed
to be plated with gold. Whoi v-r will return th?in to No 16
State street shall receive the above reward ?od no qu<-s
ttons ashed. Apply before nine o'clock in the morning, or
after six P. M.
REWARD.-LOST FROM THR LUMBER YARD
of J Keeve A Co., foot of West Twenty uiuth
ttrei t. a cold hunting watch, in plain case. No 14 OW Ba*
eomb A Brothers, Liverpool, mal:er*. The above reward
wi' 1 bo paid i' left as above, or at Saw'tel W. Benedict's jew
elry store, No. 5 Wall atrei t,*and no questions asked.
<51 A lOWARt? LOST, ON THE 3D INST., A LARGE
?pi'f siiod fold rim , (a family ke-naake) with a cluster
of four or fit e Mores in the head Whoever will return the
same to the ollise of the Astor House, will receive the above
reward.
<&.- REWARD -LOST, ON THE fiTV OF AUGUST,
?p? ? at the corner of .Nathan and Liberty streets, near the
Poet OBic-e, one pa ksge.cont.iuinit a number i f transparent
sheets, for u echanleal purposes. I lie liuder will receive the
above reward, by returning the package to M. i'OLl.l I'Z t, tv,
No. 85 ? all street, corner of l'earl.
??Q REWARD.? LOST, ON FRIDAY NOON, A SMALL
?JPO wlite dog. mixture ol pot die and Scotch terrier; has
yellow spot on one ear uad hip, answers to the name of Sp it.
Any pcrnon returning the same to WM B. CaKROLL, Wash
ington Circus, will receive the above reward.
$40
LO<T AVO KOtKD.
Found- at the crystal palace, a sum of
money. Apply at tbe olflce of the General Superin
tendent. ______
IO?T? ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, IN ON?C OF
J the Knlnker lochcr stages. a portmonnaio containing
live dollars and a note dra ?n in Sparii-ih .'it no uae to any
one bul the owner). The fiuder cin hftve the money hy re
turning the note to Kin Kighth avenue, or to K'LaNL A
LIMZ, loot of Maiden lane.
IOiT?OS THURSDAY EVENING, BETWEEN NINE
J and ten o'clock, in one of tho llroadway stages, or be
tween Ninth ttnet and crrer of Fourth avenuo, an old
family locket., hair iu-ide, covered with glaso wi'.hagold
rim rourd, ? f but little or lo use to any one but the nwuar.
A reward of$l will tic given to the finder, with the sincere
thanks of tho owner, by appiylr g at 38G Bowel y,
LOST-A MEMORANDUM HOOK. CONTAINING DOE
bills, A ?., in favor of U. ? llutterlistd The finder
shall be 1 berally rewarded by leaving the same it tho othco
oi the Astor Heuso
STOLEN.? ALL PEIISON3 A 1( r, HEREBY CAU1IONED
against pnrcbasini the fullowin* n ites which have been
stolen froin i l.e efnee of the undersigned:? One noto for $'!*(.
dated _M>ril 11 18/i3 ut six m- ntha. drawn by Charlei K.o?h
to the order of T Vising, and endorsed by same; and one
note for f'.4 dated .mi Mist ' ) lK.'t at fourteen days, drawn
by Brkhter A Johnston, to the order of \. I. Vrioe.
A. L. t'KlCJL, 122 William street.
I.KttTORS.
r,nn nnn uavana sugars, of *.4111
WvUiUUU oua branla, and of the very flne-t qnality
for sale at 15 per cent below the umal prices Also, IJ.lAtO
eases of claret wi: e. from il Kl to $12 per oajo. 0
WM ii BENSON A CO. Importers,
VA Broome street, corner of Mercer.
<1:1 nn ?OLD CHOICE BRANDIESrWlNEi
JplUU.UUUt and linuora f every deieriptlon, for
at Iroin .0 to 25 per c-nt (,f?ir cashi below any other honM. at
WSI. D. BENSON A CO'8 celebrated hra.'idy Btore, No. 451
luooa.e street, corner of Mercor.
dfjlij.rj nnit -BRANDihS. winks, vt'insiiev,
^IvV'.UUvs eegars, Ac., Ao,, in bond and store for
sate at Irom tlltten t> twenty pur o-<nt below aay other
bouse for cash at W H. UNUBRBM.l.'S AM (troom?
stri r', corticr of Crosby, the largest e -*blish neef in the
Uni'ed States Claret wines frnn per oaae aud 50 aents
purdcien. return bot'les
a>Q|k|i -A MBKCANTILB HOUSE. HAVING SUCH
?Pt7Uv? an amount in briiidles, whioli is out of its line
of b isiness, ^onla exchan :n It for soma tlier kind of m r
cl.a dlae. l.vcrj ooi imniiica-lon will l>o atrietly conSd' n
tial, and not n iwer1"1 if i he renl name, addr. sa and mcr
ehaadise to rxchango are nut mentioned. Addres* box 3.401)
Port UtQCe.
"TTif> FoRTt.it fJM>H n VVoVf hkandi es
wires, sci.e dap. nin. ?mdiuls, syrups, Ac, Ao , in
lotto aud ou drniii'lit in every variety, ami of superior
quality fot *?!? 20 p? r ten1' lower tban elfewht re. hy Wd
f< 1 .n "> > Jt K II I I L MR nroome s'reet. corner of Crosoy ; or
tt Fourth aven io, corner af Iwonty eighth street.
I PROPRIETOR S OF HO I ELS. RI>TaUR*NTS. IiAR
ruiitni Av , th roujheu i the city an I country aro re
spectrally Invited to call sod ejatulne the lar^eat md tluest
Stick of r. indies, wines, aUt lI* whiskey, St Croix aiol
Jntnaiea ru n> cordis!* of 0Ve*y ilosclptlon, .tc Ao.,unpirt
ed expr >sly for the trade at.i will h< (old an ho vt rv lowest
market pt ice tor cash. WM 1) BKNSOS A CO ,
import. r?, 4M Hroome stro-t corner of M?rcer.
fHITK COGNAC Foil PRfi.St RVING FRUIT-AN
llrntfine ?rl|ele 'or tatt by
GO*. 1 ZE Jt Si UN tiPtli, 2t) Jamei strait.
r\rOLr F'S AHOMATlp fli riltl'AM ?CHNAfS gin. -
?? 1 his eelewrated *ln by the caso, doten ?ir s ngle bot
tle, or Jug. For sale ht JOHN W. A VERY, ,1frt> Water at.
w
KPdF.'S AUH.*/'.IKS.
CHI AW A COS. t.XIMtKAS. 38 illlt) A l)W A Y.
J lo Boston and PliHad -lph a oaily.
To t'hnrleston a .d jto it ere Stttvf, Saturday.
To Kurope h> esery .t-nnicr.
'Io t/alifuri ia, 5tk and "
IVTt?U?TlOIW.
CJPANISn LANGUAOP
1 firandVtreets " ?
CIa/THIKU, ,%t.
/ 1 AST OFF CLOTHING -TW? THOUSAND fH)LL*"(l?
V; w erf - w *n ed ]Le highest cash prie- win ho liberally
tivea la eu>rsnt BoK), for tarre aod srasi' low of g<did
sit off alotldrg, of every dsfertptiel Addr-'SS M.t..ao?
list, ii a* 11 on JAMES Mt>ROs.KV. at hi* s?*on<t-hMM
?tor*, kia. 11 Inui eereet, aewv ? us than
GXI'HA PAY.
PXTRA PAY.? ALL U. 8. NAVV SAILORS, WTO
Hi terved in anv l eite.l State* aavy vessel, in the Paeilie
"?iii *a tU soasii si ianiora a tSesloo. v ti.ao
fci in 1M<! |n IW12 .an paomntly reaelve their extra deahte
ray. m application tu tal>?VARt) hlfMli.L. aseat aadAate)
1'mtMt V. ?. H?v, 20 S??lk W4Umb iHnW
wim.
Atouho hah or rrspsctability wishm to
?Mill I iltiMti M ??!????? ?* elark, Ma? u u Mi
ll. si priBii wot Id a re far *rlil>(, hai an ulwdn M
qraintanoa la t Sauthera ntjr, ud niirlMM u mUidii;
-??old deveta biaiself entirely to th? hueiotaa of the boas*.
Addreis immediately to W. H. L., Trenton, N J.
A MILITARY 1KACHIR 18 WANTED AS AN A8
alitant in am academy la Marvlaad Salary MW. By
teaebins fcneing or maate ha oaa increase it to SliUO. Ad
dresa J. A. Brant in tbl* dtf, until T ? araday aaxt. w tb
teatimony of capacity and character. on which day aur
?oaal 1l Urvi?w aiay to had by a note through t i.a PostoflM.
A practical architectural draughtsman
wtnttd. to whom steady employment will be given. In
quire at 42 Duaae street.
Bookkeeper wanted-a young man Ac
quainted with the Jewelry and fanny goods business pre
lerred- Address W. B. , Herald office, stating re'erenoea
CARPET SALESMAN WANTED, TO GO TO A
(Southern city.? One fully competent aad no out elaa,
? ill be liberally paid. Address by letter, box 2,013 Post
Office.
RATE AND FASHION
diK ltiiin trtdt, m?. kJij !# ,ot ?
?l?g Cutter, Herald oCice. *?ud situation by adJres
DRY GOODS BOY WANTED, FROM IS TO 1R YEARS
of age One having some kn' w<> dge of the trade pr*
ferred. Address h<.x 3,."F0, Poet Offio*
MILLAR.-WANTiD A SITUATION AS MILLER, BY
a portion thoroughly competent ia all reap.iete to
manage a imII. Address (William Bennett, Fishklll land
lag.
MOULTON, PLIMPTON. WILLIAMS A CO. WISH TO
enfraue some men to act as aulesmon. None need apply
unless they have had t xi? rience in tbu dry goods jo)ib>n{
lu'iueai Parties m?king application will pluase do io by
letter, dating particular*, referencts, Ac.
^F.VEKaL SMART SALESWOMEN, WHO HAVE BEEN
Jj already in a fancy ana trimming bueia'.'sa, may hoar of a
goad situation ?y auplj ing to S M. P&YM^R, 487 Broadway,
oorner of Cioome street Alao. no me good knitters.
SCHOOL NOTICE -WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A
good frniale teacher as prinoipal in the North shore
Aeaucwy, at Maiintre Llartor. near Port hiehmond, Htaten
Uland. One who aaa ooma well reeommended, understands
UacbiLg vocal mnsio, and a professor of the Protectant reli
gion. Apply to
OARRET P WRIC.nT, 1
GEORGE THOMPSON, > Trustees.
DaVID VAN NArtK. JUN.,}
SEVERAL FIK8T CLASS SALESMEN WANTED, WITH
a capital from fA to $2W>, to cuiivars thu cities and
States. None others need apply, at 94 Carlton avenue, near
Myrtle, Brcoklyn.
TO MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS. AC.-A GENTLEMAN
who expects shipments of goods of various kinds from
Europe, East and West Indies, would like to make an ar
isngement with a respectable house in this city as book
keeper. correspondent, or confidential clerk, and would
make over the shipments to the partiet agreeing. The ad
vertiser can keep hooks hy double eatry and correspond in
the Frvueb, German and Englirh lantuages Furthor par
ticulars can bo obtaim d on a personal intorview by address
ing Shipments, Herald offioe.
TO MECHANICAL DRAUOIITSMBN. ? WA 1TED? A
young man acquainted with diawing, to obtain order*
for a n>w drawing book for engineers aad machinists. Ad
dress A. 8. T., Herald office.
TO THOSE REQUIRING TnE PARTIAL SERVICES
of a bookkeeper.? A young man of eousidurailo expoaL
enee is desirous of devoting three or lour hous a
alove. Please addetis. stating particulars, A. It. S., o^HSr
W. B. Harper, 13 Wall street.
TO PAPER HANGERS.? WANTED, FOUR FIRST RATE
decorative paper hangers. Apply to-morrow morning,
between the hours of 7 aad 10 o'eluok, to S. U. MEHI r, at
Pratt, Uardsnburgh A Co.'i, 360 Broadway.
WANTED-A LADY TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE
domestic department of a very large but strictly first
? Wo boarding house at the South She nin?t be well quali
fied and possess a capital of $4 OslO to S5.000, part of which
woiSd be received in good furniture. No objection to hor
1 ting accompanied by a email faintly. Address Santa Crui,
Broadway Pest Office.
WANTED-BY AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN, A 8ITU
tior as housekeeper, or a* cook and housskeeper, in a
Drat el am family, would take charge of an infant, or do
fine washing and ironing, LI a* had many years experience.
Inquire at Mo. fi llall place, between Sixth and Seventh
avenues, opposite Tompkins market.
TI/''A>T*D-A GOOD COOK IN A SMALL FAMILY.
T V She must be a good washer and ironvr, and a Protect
ant, aid bring good references. Atnlv at ISO West Twenty
fourth street, between" Seventh ana Eighth avenues.
WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN LADY. OF MIDDLE
age, and of some literary acquirements. a situation as
housekeeper No recompense required save the comforts of
a heme. Address Mrs. 8. T. JUunse, Broadway Post Office,
for one week
WET NURSE WANTED-A HEALTHY 1 OUNG
woman, w ith good iefrr ?nces, for a boy tt.rea months
old. Apply immediately, at C!H) Houston street.
WANTED? IMMEDIATELY, TWELVE MILLINERS,
eight trimmers, ai d six young ladies to attend store
Good salary given. Apply at Mrs. Lazarus Isaacs, 39%, for
merly Mlja Division street, near Chrystio street.
WANTED? A YOCNG MaN, FROM TWENTY FIVE
to thirty five years of ngj. to go to Arkansas, to be
employed mostly in keeping the books ol' a country store.
Sobriety and industry are indispensable Address, with re
ference 11. M., Herald office.
\\jT ANTED ? A COACnM AN WHO THOROUGHLY
TV understands his business. Such a person oan get a
good situation, with nlre horses, carriage, Ac., to take care
of if he tan be will recommended. Address box 1,182, Post
Office.
TITANTED ? A SITUATION AS PORTER. IN A STORE,
'? b.T a young married man: speaks German and English.
Please address, 271 Division streot.
UTAi-TiD-A SMART, ACTIV* voitvg MAN. IS OR
*' 1!) years eld, as a light packer. Mnst cocao well re
comii ended, and be coin p< tent, to write and mark boxes. Ap
ply 'o I)r W. B. Mollat, 33d Br> a.lway.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN, OF GENTEEL APPEAR
snre and good address, as head waiter in a down town
rettnnrent; one who lias list) experience in the ahive named
rapacity, preferred: but one who has bad long cxpcrioaco in
fir t ilnrs rtftaura. ts. as waiter, m'gkt anb*ir. None but
tfcf.se who can refer to former employers, and having all the
Ttqt ir'tl qua itications peed apply. Address, stating whore
fount rly employed, waves required per week, where can be
nddnts d, Ac ?no night or Sunday work? A. A. H-, mer
cbant, Herald office.
SagVM.Ui lH ttUIJ *.
Kft|) barrels salmon, 3,1100 pounds new
tJ'JU smok-d salmon. 2.0i0 hixcs ne* smoked herrings,
2.I0O barrels ne v maekerel, 2 01M quintals new white
flak MS' barrels new hnglish herrings ?*1 barrels shad
BO barrels bluetish, 30(1 barrels new codfish, 5lH)tiihsncw
soused ealiiieu 6.00" |hs new smoked h liuut, for sale by
NIUOS WELLS A CO., Hi Dcy street.
Ofin fHIRT FiNTRHF.RS AND STITCHERS WANTED,
?VV' a' (jlllfaN S shirt store. No. 1 Aitor House, cor
ner i f Veiey strn t. None but the very neatest stituheis and
t est nf sewers need apply. 'I? those, constant employmeut
and tie highest prions paid.
ACARE.-THI VHOnnOirBO MANUFACTURERS
of gold pen* and cold and silter po ? uil anl p?n oases
|. alerted would vsry lespeetfully iofn-in t' e anbl c ihat
they are o|e-i?g at. their retail store 277 Irving Honse.
Broaiway, a beautiful essnrtm-iit 1/ f flee statio aory, of re
irni impor.etl. n, which, in com eetion witK their assort
ment of superior grid peps and peneils. enables persons to
equip theaisclv?!- wi'h pens, lifk d paper of qualities supe
rior to 0: y previously offered in this ei'y. A. G. BAG LEY
A CO., 12 vfsieeu lauo asd 1:77 Uroiideay.
BR1DOEWATER PA INT.- THE BEST ARTICLE EVER
offered to the publio "or roofs deeks, and bottoms ef
tteameis. tnd from its spnrk and cinder proof qualities, for
railroad bridges, cars, depots, Aa- lestiinaniaU and <pcci
BeastM bo seen at the dep^t of 'he company. For sale
dr.v in paeksg s of 200 lbs and upwards a> d in oil. fcs ke^s
S3 2f> A" and l(Hl lbs oy R. UoGEItr. General Agent. 126
Peail street, and 7H Beaver street.
/CORNELIUS A CO.'S SOLAR AND HALL LAMPS,
V girandoles, eandulalrai, gat fixtures, cliaadellers A: ;
fine ivory hsndlo ta! le cutlery silver plated on German *il
\er table and dessert forks and sp.ons S3 to $10 per dozen;
east< rs, baskets Ao. MORG&N, 152 William street, between
VlM nnd Ann streets.
HARRISON S SEGAR ANTIDOTE -THOSE WHO
have contracted the habit of smoking in yonth know
with what deadly teeacity It clings to them in after life.
Although aware of the Injurious effects on the oonsti tntion,
tli ? y cannot stop for the daily excitement of the nervous
ami glandular system by the use of tobaroo produces an ar
tilii lal wart I'Mitrl) us binning as naturs, and that want
increases bv what the constitution loses in vigtinr and
Strength, llnrrisnn'l Sefiar and I'ohacoo Antidote, a vege
table compound, will o< nnterat t alt tho evils resulting from
the use cf tobacco, and also nil desire for its use. it restores
the nerves and irlands to tlielr normal condition, and the
Juices ef the body to their natural currents. Otis or
two bottles of the antidote will cure the most fnveternte
smoker*, ai d will oost no inoro while taHng it than would
be si? i<t for seinrs during tbe same time. Sold at (,' 11.
King s corner ol' Ilr adaay a>id John steoet, and at Mrs.
Ilaves' Nn. ITS Fultcn street, llro-iklyn. Price 75 ccnts
per bottle
Helvetia and Lafayette gold mining com
P#r .v. (located at Ora?* Valley, California.) organlx^d
Jul) 7 l,ufi2. is pnw in full tide of successful opera' ic n; its
veils are npcmd bcine Wi rlicil. and highly productive; its
mill Ir of <r'-at power. e iropli to in all respects and now work
in. with tbe nio>t sati'facti 'y results: a< d it? prospects for
future sneeess founded ou aetual expericuce are of an nn
nsttslly daT'i ring nature ili'-r" w/ tilu n out previoui to
lie; ?p?a'd- of fl(K? pi (I ur.dtbeyield 01 tke tains
Is rlesdlly 'n< reusing with inch sueei-ssive r. p irt.
IMvl lends payable quarterly in Oetobor, .Iii'iiiary, April,
ane July, st tl.? office of the company in Grass Valley, and
at the a ency office iu New York.
A few shares, andoopiis of tbe by-laws and el.arter, to
ge'hcr with further particulars, may bo obtained upon ap
plies'lon to
DANIEL ADEE, Agent, 107Fulton street, Now York.
HI MKT FOWDER-TO CUKE TlIK DISEA9ES OF
dogs, hydrophobia, tetter, scab asthma, eye nod ear
diseases; 1 crtienlarlv good for puppies. Jailer of seventy
}? srs. Pre spectns d'< livernl gratis Hold in I'aris by St'iu
Selur, trotheesry, .'12 onupl.ine streot. Only depot in Nevv
>o>l , for tbe I nited i-riitcs. nr. Me.-'rs II. T. A A. COO
I'U ), I7C Broadway. Price efeaoh bundle, 2-i cents.
RFPI.ATINO -OLD WARE HF PLAT* D EQUAL TO
in w st the 1 west possible prices, and warranted w< II
di >.e. deeds sent to the plating fa> t >ey, _M.' Centre street,
1 . sr i.r:u d st e?t, or to tho ollice, No. i, at 15 John street,
will bo attend! d to.
CTAIRS? STAIRS -STAIR IIAVI) RAILING, THAT
0 i> t'li He but beautiful branch of . arpentry, now worked
and mould >d by maehine y, (no pitch boar.l or patterns of
anv Mid ? anted,) to suit any kind of stairs, eircn iar or
ell | ticsl. In an accurate and nnerrleg manner, and for p r
fi 1 tlon ar d elsrancn iar surpaisllg hand labor, and at half
the i o>t Nsei !s, balustrades, church p?w scrolls, pew can
ping, ?tslr brackets of all patterns. Mo. 123 Grand street,
nesr IJmadeay.
rPA.xilSlKMY.? BIRDS ANE QUA DEUPED^ MOUNTED
1 hi a manner sup' rior '0 any in the bnitotl .-tales, can
be obtained of the suit rlher n't the most rean ,nablo rates.
Also, con' nntly on land a larjn assortment of t>' us,
moiinkd birds, Ac. Person * desirous of haviu^ p-ts Ae.
|>re<irv?d, will do well to call en
J. G. llRLli, tm Drondway.
OOAb
N1W CREEK COAL.? THE SltlSCRIRF.R HAS FOI
sale l umbetlard coal of a Sflsi rior quality, f.,r family
aud smiths' use from the mines ' to No? Crock Company.
C II AS A. A SI ill.KIl, Ne. 4I'3 Eighth street.
NEW Pl ULItATlO^S.
Oil I' A P LIBERAL BOOKS? JUST PtrBLISIIFD,
I'slse's thenleglesl wrTlis comti'ete together ??|th bij
Wi:i u ... ' i, : Cujss," liril an.i Mimed parts to
getber 2ft rents: ' Yolrsy's Knlt.s," sle/ai tly be?u<i $1;
eheap eeitton, 37U cents, by G. YALE, Ho. 1 iin wery,
ttvund Md fcuxtb imti.
Knnfl liS? MODERN WlLIi
vV **???? pleaeaa 1} located I. Uia 8..*
reoklyn will be puikutd fe' >taeks (oaring ?'?![?)
Addre*. Ux 1.108 P..? OUm, . ??,,
particulars of ktim Owutt e?ly wUl b? mwI1iU4
?ttb.
?Q 7^n -COTTAGES IN BROOKLYN.? TWO NEW
tjlu. I u". cottages, with two lota of ground to each,
aituatcd om Ninth street, in Brooklyn, for aale for $3 7 id
Mcb. M. L. SHELDON, 83 Nuuuitrwt.
#Q Knn_THB CHEAPEST PROPEaT* IN THIS
f O.tJwV lilt tt prlttti itlt. Two lot* of cronnd altu
?U ?a Fourth avenue at tka var er of light) fourtk atree*.
with a saw three atorv a?d baseaieat heuss, (an the lot uaii
to tka corner ) built la tha best manner with Barbie nta
Has eliding daori. handsome front pi art a Ac. Kor farther
lutliiltri Inquire of 1/1 MOTT A CO.. 43 (.'havbari (treat.
Oft -TWEN1T LOTS ON UITH AND 11TTH
?P" v/V/? a?r-a e, neae 1'onrth avenue. for >ale; (fOMM
level, free from rook and on the grade Price $MH) per 1st.
Terina easy. Inquire it 97 Roosevelt atreet, in tho store.
*-|Qr ?for sale, a pleasant and iuqiily
Ou. remunerative business, yielding from $3 to pro
ht daily. The owner if abont leaving the city, and will sell
for the above amount to an immediate rnroltaaer. Apply
early at 38S Broadway, third floor, front room.
ACOOD CIIANCE.-TWO OTSTER SALOONS, EX
oellent stands. f*r sale cheap as tha owner ia leaving
for Etirep* For particulars inquire at Inbuah BrvtUtra,
112 Green wioh street, corner of Carlisle.
A FEW CHOICE HOUSE LOTS, IN BROOKLYN,
aitnated on Columbia Remsnn and Pierrepont streets,
within tlir- e minntra walk of Wall street fnrey. ('an be
purchased at a bargain or obtained in exchange for good
real estate in New York c'ty Iuquir ? of
O. B. POTTER, No 94 Chambers street, New York.
A SMALL FARM FOR SALE, CONTAINING SIXTEEN
acres situated at Picrmont Rockland uouuty. Said
form bas on it a dwelling bouse, barn, Ac., and a una stream
ofsp '
of fi
Applyj
Billiard tables for salb.-we inyite buy
ers to examine our stock ef billiard tibles on hand., with
marble or wooden beds, wtta all tbe modern improvements.
rm lias on it a uweiiing nousc, onrn, Ac., and a uae stream
spring water runs eloso to the door; also a good variety
' riuit trcae. grape vlies, shrubbery, Ac., la Uae condition,
pply to J. G. BELL, 2S!) Broadway.
ready for sliiptr.ent, and at ten per cunt choapt r than any
other establishment in the United Staves Apply to LEON
ARD A BENJAMIN. S.'12 Broadway. ? P. S. Call and see oar
table at the World's Fair.
DRUG STORE FOR PALE.-TO BE SOLD AT
ciifice, and on accommodating terms, owing to I
prietor going to Europe, a drug store, handsomely fit
table at the World's Fair.
>RUQ STORE FOR SALE.? TO BE SOLD AT A SA
iO the pro
, _ _ fitted np,
well stocked, and low rent, situated in a growing and thiokly
populated neighborhood In Williamsburg Receipts ave
raging from $(> to S7 per day. An exuellent location for a
phytician. Addrens Drug Store, 'Herald otfieo.
Fob sale -an opportunity that is seldom
?at, is offered fer nine hundred dollars, consisting of
?toek and fixtures, with four years lease, of a wiue, fruit
and preserve store ia tbe principal baslness street in Brook
lyn. The stook is of tha best quality. Every satisfaction
will be given by addressing to Mr. ANGELO, Herald office
For sale? these yen years lease from april
1H63, to April I860, of the grocery and liqaor store, to
gether with tbe stook and fixtures of Wo. 173 bast Sixteenth
street, by t n et d a??nues A. and B, The only rosjon for
selling ont is that tbe own?r bas another store, and can
not attend to it Inquire in tho store, from aine o'olook
aatil two o'clock, or of Mr. James Symms, No. 28 Rector-st
For sale-the well known public house,
situated at fligh Bridge, kn< wn aa Tnnison's hotel, fur
niture. steck, fixtures, wish lease, will be disposed of at a
bargain. For further particulars apply oa the premises, er
to GARRETT D. CLARK, l>a Barclay street.
For sale-a beautiful besidence on ?lin
ton avenue, 'Brooklyn, with o\ without the furniture.
The house is built of briok, with all tho modern improve
ments, as gas, water, Ac. Six loth are attached, with a fine
briok stable; also, a pair ef carriage horses, and throe car
riages and harness. Apply to
R. SaRJEANT A GAY, 157 Broadway.
For sale? a double barrelled gitn, with
?use. Ao., e?mplcto. Can he seen at Mr. WILLIAM 11.
LEETE'S, gunsmith, M Perry strtat.
For sale? a dining saloon, with bar at
taohed, located down town, between Maldoa Una and
Tine street, ?nd east of Broadway, fitted up in elagant
atjle and now dolaga lucrative huainaus. Kent low, with
three yrnra lease Will b* sold cheap, ai tbe owner baa
other huslaesa to engage his attention. For particnlara,
apply to A. C. TUTTLK, Anc'.ionaer, oitiue 190 Broadway.
For sale-at a bargain, a new house and
bnrroom in Forty-third 'treat, ousting, alx montlm
sincc. $1,800. Will be aold for $S00. Part of the money can
remain on mottgage. Apply at No. 9 Chambers atraet.
For sale? a splendid Chinese secretary;
alao 11 recond hand counting room desk; also two Iron
aecnnd hand awning noita and cross piece; also a superior
balletiu sign standard, at No. 102 Broadway.
For salb? two cottages on clinton avenue.
Brooklyn, together or separate; each has two lots and
Stable en rear street; they are furnished with Kia. furnaces,
aad ranges. 1 he gardens are planted with Ann fruit trees.
Tin** and shrubbery. Apply to K. SAKGEANT A GAY,
167 Broadway. '
For palb-ctteap for cash, a sloop, 23 feet
keel, new. built of Jersey oak, aud litted out In tho beat
manner, suitable for an ojater or marke1) boat. Apply at
No. l&l Weat street.
For sale at yonkers -sf.ven desirable
building lota One half the purchase money maj remain
on bond and mortgage Alao, at Mushwlck L I six frame
cottages For particulars, apply to COMBS A RlCUAROS.
rrsl estate and general auctioneers, 75 Trinity Building, 111
Broadway. ;
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN? A nOUSE AND LOT SIT
uaUd on Railroad avenue, in tlin villa?o of Wornsania,
a few minutes walk of the depot. House, one atory an<l a
half, with basement ; lot 25 t'?ct by 1 to. Harlea> ra>lr?!tvd
ears leave for aid return from tho City Hall fourteen times,
earl. way daily. Prioe $1,100. Apply to E. D.MANN,
corner Kailri a<l avenui and Fifth street. Mor'isania, or to
KATTEMlt>RN A "OMAlNK, 212 Washington street, cor
ner of RobinfeoD street.
MACHINE SHOP FOR SAL*? SUITABLE rOR LIGHT
work A steam engine (six h irse power.) shafting,
lathes. Ae., nearly n?w and in perfect running order.
Apply at 86 Chamber* street.
Most valuable property in Richmond, va?
for sale.? The undersigned offers for sale or l?aso tnat
valnale milling property in Richmond, Virginia, htrero'ora
aecnpied by thev as a flour and plaster -nlll It li situated
on Vtlllea creek. about six honored yards fr< t tl e wharves
at Racket's. 1 he water fall of 21 feet is capable of driving
three rsba of barra. The buildings con-da'. of \ mill SO by AO
feet three (toriea high; a saw mill 3" by GO feet now used as
a plaster mill; a fran.e dwelling, with four rooroa; stables,
4e., all in good order The attention of foendr-.meu and
*npne Mliai is psrtienla-ly c*11ed to this MMMty u
>?tn? a most desirable site for carrying on their Fusions*.
Com can *0 conveyed from tha river coal yards on flats, np
Gillies e-eck to the mill yard. Monldlna sand is found with
ta fiftv yards of the buildings, By a small outlay a railroad
ean ba laid frem the buildings to the river thereby enabling
the owners to put engines or other heavy articles on board
vestals for shipment, at small expense of time and money.
Tbsre ar? about two and a half aoraa of gronnd attached te
this property The undersigned would recommend this as a
rare change for obtaining a most admirable position for
fouad'y purposes, combining every advantage of eoouomj
and ecnvtaitaa*. Apply to
H. T A E. 8. TALIA'RRRO,
?r WELLINGTON GOODIN,
Richmond, Virginia.
NCTICE TO BUTCHERS. ? FOR SALE, THE LEASE
of two meat shops; ono doinK a business of $i"0 r>ar
week, tha other of $400. Inquire at, lo Scoond street, be
tween 12 and 7 o'clock P. M.
TO BOX MAKERS.? FOR *AI E, TnE MACHINERY
fixtures, good will, and stock in trade, of a box mana
factory. A gaod chance for any smart man to da well. Ap
ply to ?BESEBROUGH, BUCHANAN A OU. , 107 Ful
ton street.
The subscriber will sell nis elegant resi
derce on the corner of Henry ?tr et and Second place;
a large double house, with tour and half lots extending from
Second to Third place. ?Tbo home contains all the modern im
provements. Prlco $22.0?'0. Apply to
F. BADLLY. 221 Grconwkh street.
TO HOTEL KF.F.PF.RS.? FOR S ALE, TnREE YEARS
unexpired lease of a first class honso in the Fir-t ward,
with stock, fixtures aad fnrnlture, doing a drat rate ea?li
business The reason for selling out Is In consequence of the
Sroprietor going to the country. For particulars apply to
Ir. CALY, 142 Liberty atraet.
TO PRINTERS? FOR SALE, A CYLINDER PRE34,
nearly new, bed of press 43 by 6(1, will print a she*t 40 hf
62 Itches; oni super royal press and distributor and one
si cond bind n edlniu press sod dis'riMit ir. M-h>. aliout 6. Kill
lbs. of small picc, represented to he nearlyncw, prepared ex
pressly for law w?rk It will bo put up in fonts to suit pur
el users, and sold very low. Inquire of .1 AMivS CONN Kit A
SON, Noa. 2!'. 31, ami 3,'i Beekman street.
HORSES, fARllUGES, .tt,
For s*i.e-a pair of Shetland ponies-pri?b
$175 Also, a large iron gray horse, seventeen hand!
high: so d very low Inquire of V A N hM' NT A WaTIHOs,
Wi Wctt F ight. en th street, or 200 Chambers street N. B
Ponies and horse to ba seen at c25 West fcighteeath strcot.
F'OR SALF-A FINE YOUNG BAY HOUB, SIX
yeara old. aixteen liancH high, aound, kind anil gentio
in all harness, flue netlon and style: would make a g mil
family horse, and la nt for almost any kli-d of use. Inquire
a'. 66 HmMMf street.
r^OR SALE? A SPLENDID GRAY HORSE, SIX YEARS
old, aixteen liand-i high, wai runted sound and kind In
donblc and single harness, or under the natdlo. Can 'rot
viry *?ft Inquire at 811 IFF BROTHERS A CO., No. 19
Sooth H illiaui street.
TO GROWERS OF FRUIT.? A FAIR M ARKET PRICE
will bo fiiven for all kinds of choice fruits, particularly
fine hothonse grapes at PI RUCK'S gonnra' fruit nnd Italian
w fcreliouae, 698 Broadway, hr.twcen amity and Fourth ata.
WATERING PliAOBi.
r*IM PARK HOUSE. RTAT/N ISLAND, OPP(?SITB
Pi r.ewnrk Bay. ? Th* subscriber would respeotfully an
ai.niicn to the elttxens of New V-irk that he baa lilted uptkii
tnasnllicoi.t place for the reception of military and fire com
Saaies and escursloDS ?f all Kinds This house la liruated
ireetly opposite Newark Bay, with a beautiful lawn la
ff. nt of aVi.ut two acrea, ahaled with ?lma and wlllona
at d f re target ,e .nnda in the r>-ar, c..aklug It o.'eof the umirt
dtllglitful res rta for naitles witnm a hundred miles of Naw
*orli Boats leave New York at : Isr No. N. R , every
hoar and a half, for Tort Richmond, which l< about uva
ntnuti ? alk from the above house. B. ROGERS.
IB A K E MAIIOPAC? TOE UNDERSIGNED RF.OS
J leave to Inform the public thaf be has opened a apaclous
and comfnrtabU summer boarilii^ houae nt thealmvo Ijake.
?.very arrntigrincnt re.|iilsito for the eomf irt and recreation
ofvl>lteis hai b?en provl led for tha accommodation of faml
lira ai d individuate llcfors 'or particnlara to . I S MUford,
No. Hi Pearl str.it New York N I,. fUOMI'SON,
Lake Mahopaa, l'utaam county, N. Y.
dWB W? >Wc,
nOG LOST-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD -I OST, (VW
Fr day af'ertoon Aiun?t5, fr^ni Twenty Hr-t street,
a -tnall biack aim tan terrh r dog. with red noiriicoi oullar:
aaawre to tho name of Jack A' y person returning the
satni to 36 K s- 1 Twenty llrat itrect, shall reoelvo tho above
reward,
HOT r. 1.9.
1ITY liOTEI, 427 AND4?!>, BROADWAY, CORN!* Of
Howard s'reet New 1 orV, fa now open for tha aaeem
merfatlon i f tha psl lie Tha boat* baa reeeatly been flttod
? p witti ali the rroder* improvenienta. and la nirnlehad in
a snperlor n.nnner *ne ahore hotel is anndaeted on tlin
Bnropraa plan, and the proprietor aslloltc Mia patri?naga at
his former guests, and the travelling pnbllo Id g'?er*|.
GEORGE W. 11 A RI'EL, r roprietaa
T*rArrr? rv norsr. an; broadw ay. cornea of
** Fearth street.? This hotal, having been refitted an I
enlarg * I- prepared to reaalve permancat boarders and
transient visiters, in a atyle net te he snrpassad by aay ea
UUliLfecat'lB th? tltjf. w. J. RMA1L, or, Biaadwaf,
tl^O ~H?W1 W HINT. ? THE NEW BROWN
?Tt/Ve btiH ? L?l>|toi Main, wrtit of Fortieth
atreat. will be Ut ? good touil for Alto. ? stera
nad*rn*atk. aaltabU for ? rrooorr store. Apply >9
A. JoUnsoa, ?? the premise*.
A FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT UNTIL THE 1ST
*f Nofinbtr-Hti all lnpr??ae>ti. aad
is handsomely furnishod tkraugkeat Will bo Ut low to a
imall family. The location an* of the moat desirable la to*
city. Addr*sa Livingttoa. Union ifoaro Foil offleo. An
immediate possession niiii.
Desirable furnished rooks. -a priyate
family y> oold let a unite af rooma to oaa or two gentle
men. Ilia home la new, aad ka* all tke m*4era itaptev*
meato, and ia ene of the keel loeatioae in the eity oeave
nirot to the ears and two line* ofatocea. Apply at 63 IT eat
Fourteenth (treat, first houM weat ofSUtk aveau*.
Room to let-situated vert favorably for
an office or for ether purp j*ee on the eorner ef Ann and
Naatau, lighted by five windowB, two of whieh are on Auu
aid three on Nasaau atreet Apply at the rojin, Mo 8Fow
lir a Buildings, corner Nassau and Ann streets.
J. M. EMERSON A CO.
Rooms to let.-parlors and bedrooms.
handsomely furuiahed, to let to gentlemen, without
board, at No. A University plaoe.
TO LET-THE FIRST FLMR OF A THREE STORY
briek house, containing twe parlora and three b*d
roenie, a range in the baak baaeaeent with Crotaa water,
h<t and eold, and bath no. Pestessioa girea immediate
ly^ Apply at 16H First avfltue.
mo LIT-THE upper part of a first class
A hone* in liroedway; alio, an oJlee on tke Hrat lour,
suitable for a phvsieian. Apply, between the konraefll
and 1 o'clock and 4 to G o'clock, at SOI Broadway.
TO LET-THE STABLE NO. 96 KEADE 8TREFT, CA
pable of aoeommodetinc thirte?n horses. Apply t*
THOMAS IIOPLA CO , 132 ?kambara street^
TO LET-THE TWO BRICK BUILDINGS, OR MA
cliiae ?k<>pe, three stories each, with ateaui engine, aituate
on lota No. 2/tiand 278 Fifth atreet, with Immediate posse*
aien. Apply to E. H. BROWN, 71 Wall atreet, from 1 to 2
e'eleek, F. si.
TO LET-TWO ROOMS ON THE SECOND STORY, AND
two rooma on the aizth atory ?fUhe San building. 1JS
Fulton atitet. Foaseeei?n given immediately Apply to
WELLS A WKHB, IS Dutch atreet.
TO LET-THE SECOND FLOOR OF A NE\T TWO
atery brick house .W llamiuesaley atreet, two doors from
Yariuk, containing a front and back room, and three bed
room*, on tke second floor Alio, aome amail apartmeata to
Ut. Inquire at 56 Hainmereley atreet.
TO LET.? A HOUSE, IN GOOD ORDER, AND PLEA
aantly located up town farniahed with nnn furniture,
will be let to one who will purchas* the furniture At pre
sent there are twelve boarders engaged, and an exoclleut
chanea for more. Ill health ia the reason for aelling out.
Trrma cany. Address, for one week, 8tella, Union square
Poat office.
TO LET? A LARGE FRONT ROOM 'ON THE FIRST
floor, with puntriea, and very handsomely furnished,
where the family is very email. Please inquire at 43 King
street, near Varick.
TO LET IMMEDI *TELY? A LARGE NEW C JRNER
store. with or without the bakery, hi rear, aad suitable
apartments, on the corner of Plane and New streeta. New
ark, > . J. The (tore would be very suitable and preference
^fven, for a hardware store. Apply at 21 Bloeekcr atreet,
TO RENT OR LEASE? ON BROA 1?WA Y, CORNEK OF
Thirty fourth street, twenty new stares, at very low
price), varying from $130 to $200. They will be rented only
for rrspeetaHe business. Apply to R. G PIEitCE, Pine
street, *omer of Broadway, under the M*trop*Utan Bank. !
TW(? PARLOR8 AND TWO BEDROOMS. NEWLY
furniahad to let to single gentlemen. In a quiet, and pri
vate house. To pcmii'tient tenants, terms moderate Apply
at No. U8 Prinee street, a few doors west ol Broadway.
HOUSES, ROOMS, BTC^ WABTBE,
Furnished bouse wanted.-* gentleman,
who, with his family, has recently returned from Kit
rope, wishes to real a house containing all th? modera la
Rrovemeati, and handsomely furnished. Situation tra
ined between Eighth and Twenty ceoend streets, went.
The present afford* a good opportunity to proonre a Rood
and careful teaaul for a period of twelve to eighteen months.
For further particulars, address Ward, box 3,4% Lower Post
?floe.
FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED-BY A FAMILY,
without children, from the lit of 8 -ptember to the 1st
of May next Situation, between Tenth and Twenty- filth
streets. Address box 1,867 Past Office.
House wanted-on broadway, or within
one block thereof, between Urand street and Union
square; one of extra width preferred. A fair valve will bo
P?id, and the hest of references given. A lease of five or
fix years will be required. Address W. R. I., Herald offioe
WANTED- A FURNISHED HOUSE, BY A LADY,
who is thoroughly nuallficd to sustain a lirst class
b 'urging houso; or sho would make an arrangement with a
Scrson who is tired of housekeeping, to tako a house aud
card one family only, if desired. Unexceptionable refer
ences given. Address W A , Broadway Post Offioe.
WANTED TO RENT? A WHOLE HOUSE, NEAR THE
Hippodrome, with or without furniture Inquire of
Mr. Wolf, (Francoil Lager Beer GardenJ West Twenty
fourth strut t.
WANTED-DE8K ROOM IN OFFICE, IN C3AM
bers strut, near Centre, for the rciv' estate and i.i
scrance ageacy business, or will join in with a contldeitUI
man wlo in in the business. Pleaso address Ah?ut, Herald
tflice.
fKAVELLBIU' tiClUB.
"I ory ?MOST SAFE, CHEAP AND RELIABLE
AOtJO. Route ? 1863.? Sumaur Arrangement.? Albany |
tnd N?> York., inland route Railroad, fire $1. Two daily
Express trains at '.I o'oiock A. M. and 23(1 P. M., connecting
at Altuny with Central line of Railroad West. Also, with
lines North for Saratoga Springs, W hitehall and ?o?tro?l
The t.-a'i s oonrect witli Western aud H arisen and Berkshire
Hailroada at Chatham Four Corners, for Lebanon Spriux*.
On and after Monday. July 23th, 1mm the new depot, corner
of White, Elm and Centre streets, where through ticket*
?an be procured, and baggage checked.
For Albany Fs.re, Si HI For SyrReuse... .Fare. (S 06
" Sc' enectady 1 .Tl " Itoohoster !> .V
?? Utica 2 W " ISuffolo 7 (H?
Passengtrs also received at Broome street ami Bowery,
aud Twenty sixth street and Fourth avenue stations. The
above trains will land and root ive passengers oulj at i 'ru
tin Falls and tatharu Four Corners. All ->thur trai.ie will
leave City liall Station, corner of Tryon row and Contre
street, as heretofore. M SLOAT, Superintendent.
CAMDF.N AND AMBOY RAILROAD TO PHILADEL
phia. from pier No. 1 Nortn river.-Two line* daily, at
10 A.M. aud 2 P.M. Accommodation line at U) A.M., by
itesmtoa*. Trttton to South Amboy cars to Hordnutown.
and ttmm'oat R ftockton to Philadelphia. Faro $2. Ex
iress line at 2 P.M., by steamboat Joha Potter to Amboy
thfr.ee direct to Camden by cars? throngh in four hnnrs and
a half. * are $3. Returning, leave Philadelphia at 10 A.M.
aud 2 P M.
FOR AMHERST COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT.? AU
gust 9th 10th, and 11th.? Lcavo via steamers Connecti
cut and Knickerbocker, from foot ?f Cortlandt street
daily ?t five o'clock P. M . thence by New London, W. ,
and Palmer Railroad at eight o'clock A. M., reaching Am
ln-rst at half pa?t eleven o'clook A. M. Toiough tickets, to
be procured on thu boats, $3 50.
IjlOR SHREWSBURY, LONG BRANCH. HIGHLAND
Dork, Ocean House, and Ooean Port The new staiim
sr JAM* S CIIR1STOPH1 R, Capt. John Price, will leave
pier foot of liaro'ay street as follows? Fare 25 cents: ?
Leaves New lotk August 0 at 4 I". M ; 7th, !l A. M. : 8th,
5 A. M. and 5 1' M ; !'th, II',' A M ; 10th, 12 M.. lith, 12^
P. U . 12th. 2 P. M.; 13th, 3 P. M. Leaves Ojean l'jrt,
Ann '.st 6. at 7 A M ; 7th. 5 A. M and [5 P. M. ; 8th '.I1,
A M : 9th and lUth, 7 A. M.; 11th, 8 A. M.; 12th, 'J A M. ;
I.'ith, 10 A. il.
For keyport and fort Hamilton from the
foot of Chambers i tract; fare I2M Mnts each way The
gter.nb?at JOHN <1 A RT, leaven New fork at 9 o'oiock A.
M.. and tl.o stesmboat K EYPORT at 4 o'clock P M,. daily,
(Snndays ejecpted.. Returning, leave Keyport at 7 o'oloct
A. M., and 3 o'clock P. M. Tha usual stages run in connec
tion with thu boats.
Hudson rivfr railroad ? on and after
Monday, the 8th of August. the Express Trains leaving
New York ut 6 A. M and 4 P. M. will not stop at Khiue
beck; anil the txprers Train leaving Albany at ti.45 P.M.
will not step at Haatsburg and Cozieas'.
E. FRENCH. Superintendent.
Hudson rivf.r railroad-trains daily from
Chambers street for Albany and Troy: ?
Express train, 6 A.M.? Through In four hours conreeting
with trains reaching Baffalo or Montreal at 8 o clock same
awning.
Mall train, 9 A.M. Throngh way train* at 12 M. and
5:2" P.M.
Express trsln, 4 P.M Accommodation train, 7 P.M.
For Tanytown, 11 P M. For Pteksklll, 10 A.M., 3 P. X, and
6 P.M, f'o^Pongbkeepsie. 7 A.M. and 4:10 P M Passen
gers taken st Chambers, Canal. Christopher, Thirteenth and
Ihirty first streets.
Sunday trains from Canal street, at 7% A M. for Pongh
kecpsie, and i P.M. for Albany, stopping at all way stations,
EDMUND FRENCH, Superintendent.
VEW YOU K TO TH B WHITE MOUNTAIN'S, IT.
1> Johnabtiry, Burlington. Montreal and Ogdensbnrg,
\ in N uw lis ven Springfield, Hallows Falls Rutland, Mou't
peUer, St. Albans, and Rouses' Point Ticket oifiees cor
ner tf Broadway and Canal street, and Twenty sixth street
and Fomth avenue. For freight apply to
FRANCIS HYDE, General Agent, 152 Soath street.
N'EW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIRECT, VIA
New Jersey Railroad.? United Statos and Express
| Line* through in four hoars, leave New York, foot f i'ort
! lnn.lt ctretit, st ti .8 and !) A.M and 4 3 i aud 0 .'!0 P M Lvave
I'LiIuilelpliia nt I ...0 a.M , via Kensington, 7 and U A M ,
srd I V and 5:30 P M , from foot ol V? alnwt, street. Faro
$.1; t'l 00 lor sa?ond class in the 8 A M. fro No < 1 ork and
4^< I' M from Philadelphia. Thromh tickets sold, and
jo'sfrngeTS and tlronah I ag/nge oarriod for Baltimo e,
Washington, Norfolk snd Cbsrlestoi. in the 8 and !? A.M.
and 4:W and 5:3" 1" W. trains, and connections ivirtain with
citra trains if hehinil tiiuc Passengers with baggage cross
the ferry Mtccn miauti-s before the trains leave.
New yoer to the white mountains, by the
Atlantic aud St. L?*renot> Kailro*^ from Portland,
the n!v routo by whirb travellers can fad the but of tb.
WblU Mountain* by railroad Sumir.er arranirtj- mtc t?
coianence Jur.e 27. ItidS;? Traveller* for the Wulli M-u?
>au.s Uaving New Yort la tbn nvenln* boat, by tiie Sioiinr
Inu snd I'rovidenio, er Fall Mivt r route, ruact (loitnii u
t'Bi"! to f.nfre the 7 A. II trsm for Portland by the Boston
and Maine or Hasten Railroad, arrive at Portland at U.<4
A, tl an i at. the station house at Oorham N. H. st t.ni P,
M. IravB.I -rs lenvlns Hoston by the 2.46 P M. train, lodgt
at Pu'tland, and reaon the statioa house by the morning
train from - ortitnd. Traveller* leaving Boston ia Use
evoninu host, arri*o in Portland In time to take ?he 7 A. M
?r?i- f?oa < Portland. FKre$7 50 by this route
8. T. CORSF.R. SuDt. Atlantic, aad St. L. R. R.
V^TATKN ISLAND F fRRY.? REGULAR AND EXCFfc
O sion trips to Staten Island l-'are 6k oents. Boats l?av?
Mie foot of Whitehall strret south side of tbe Il*tter7
every honr. from !'? A. St. to 8 P. M. An oxtra boat lewoi
New York st andtlUV A Hi tnd 3>4 M aid 7^ P.
II., night, llJi o'eluek. Boats leave Stnton Island even
hour is aVovs, and extra bonts at 7}^ a' d 0H A. M..
4 \ and P. M ; ntjtht 10 o e<o*k.
OUNDAV BOAT FOR NEWARK-LANDING AT IIFR
O gt n Point. Ftre 12X n?n'i 1 he stonier 111 F'FALU
will leave the foet ot ?pHns ffroet at atd It >bm~er.
street s| 7 o'clock, A. M. Returning will lenvc Newtrk at
6 o'o'ock, P. M., from tha foot of Market street.
ORMAMEVTAL IRON WORK .
JOHN B. W ICRRRSHAM. MANUFACTORER OT Wlttl
talMtig, Ivon feaca for farms, As.. No. 112 Broadway
Oreaisektal iron wtik, Von aad wire railiars for paolii aad
{iriv:, t<, gronmls, parks lawas. dwivtHngs, Ac. frois 'it* ceatc
?if 10 per toet. troa bedsteads Mie stost complete auort
went m this city, pslccs f?otn f.1 te ftiti Iroa dogs, fioa*
arns vaso*. ketsbi?gs. poets, spring chairs, settees, mat
tresses, towsl stands, hat racks, umbrella stands, spittoons
Ac., An Wiskershass's eelehcatod railreadaed farm feaees.
fro-n f 1 M to ffi p?r ?"d T><e st>' srHb?r o?v?r( ltr ;>d
stocs et nrnamesital Men wark in the United .ttatea all c 4
hie ew a aiowa'a* ? are a* ei*e?di?gl? ?aw Brio's Baii?ri?j
inal.tv ?f htir a?d aena ?e?? oattteaaee J 'KM *l''t
I ?t^M AM, waraheas* Ji?. U Arawdway, *.|M Reg S7, M
I Mt *1 ltW? tttHt,
APRIYAT* IAMILT can AlCMIaOl
intlmM with parlora and badreoae (hi
brdMput Mid tea If rcqairad; *r th? aaaond flaar. f?fnV
wtWK* nae of kitekea. will be U> to a small family 1
eat ekttdrea. The koaee coBtalne kMka, |U ud ail *Da
?od<rn improvement*. N?n bat M'w" of tfco I?
WXUMMty >?ly. Imlw WtTMly >Im?.
A SUIT OF FURNISHED ROOMS. aLS* ?ME OR
two single IMm. (or gcatlemaa, at ?2 Bead iHWt
A suite of neatlt rrK^imiK* farm
?? *ae er twe tingle roeaat to let. 'er ? akort par
raoairad, te aiagle aeatlemcB, er a?d thadr j
bleb raepeetablllly. witkaat Hoard. laqalra b?K 9
, lia (bract. first kease wMt af Broadway.
A PARLOR AND BEDROOM, IIAN DSOMEI.Y FUR
aUhed, to Ut to a ^mtleman an'' wifa In a private fam
ily; alio out) room auit&ble for a sialic cent 'iiu^a Call a6
M.'> Went Twenty second atreet ktwMi SUth aad Sevaatb
avenuea.
ACr.NTI.EMAN AND HIS WIPE, OR TWO SINGLE
(((?:> tie men can have lar^e and pit-aaant newly fnrnlabad
room* is a bou?e witb all tli? modern iiupr >vomunt*, bath,
gas, Ac. Torra* moderato to p?"oan?it hoarder* Kefci
euco required. Apply at No. f2 Wert Twenty aer until ?t.
B*A RD. -ROOMS. IN SDITS OR SIa?ll, (T1W Of.
tel or private table, may be bad it th? ecaav ef Bali
way aad 1 flirty fonrib atreet; a d'li^kvfnl aemsaaf leeaSea,
Baa Bear tbe Crystal Palace. Cbar;?i a>"d.rato.
OCARD.-A GENTLEMAN ANO LAD Y OttTWO SIN
-Dal* ft- nt li-nirn . on bo aerommml t'ed with ?ui table funis
and board in a private family, at 65 West 1' weuty-flrnt ?tT"
Board? at 33 eldridgk street, with fur
niabed front parlor and bedroom fo? a gantleinaa at d
wife. Alto, ean accommodate three or four einxle geatia*
Board, with commoliohs and well fuwnish
ed room 9, may be had on vt-aaooab tarini. at the V I oa
nantlv looated boaae, No 113 Clinton piano batwaea nAU
and Sixth avenue* 1 ho bou e in ut recent aoaatrnetion, aa d
hiiM tin' umal convenieucoe.
Board up t?wn, with a private family.?
Three farniifaed room* it the new baUding 173 Thirty
eighth street, one boaie from the ?ornrr ?>f Hi^lith avoaae,
*aa>, te let, to single gentleman, ?ith ?r without board. A
?ooi and pleasant aitnatioii, ail modera i la provaraeut* ia
the bouae, and nene mere cenveulent ia >ew York to tb?
ottra aad itugaa.
BOAUB IN BROOKLYN.-- GENTLCMEN AND ?
wiva*, alee single gaatlaaaen ean bi a?semmu_
with handeonaly fnralahed ?r anfn>'Biak?d r*ea*. wMk
er partial board, la a II rat. elaaa ha?a? is oae ?f the meat de
HgBtfal aitoation* in lir*ak>ya Ik- h<tuaa ia Ibmb and
reomy, containing every eanvemeae , auah aa gal la|h*K
forsaoe, Ae. Ac Theae daatrona nf aajnyini the aomftnaai
a kerae, ia quire at 206 Waabia*teu atreat lireoklya, ritUa
Ire Biiantea walk of Fnltaa er Wail atreet ferriee.
Board in hobokxn-within rirTEEN mtnvtbs
acceutothe bn*ine*a part* ofNaw Terk. A naatlw
farniahed parlor asd bedroom an i tab I- for a gaa tleman an<
wife or two aingle gentlemen; alao two parlera, dMilng
room, bedreom ana kitehen, with all tbe m >dara improve^
meat*, at No. lfi Hndion terrace. Hokekea. Private fkmi
ly None need apply bat tboae wbe are willing toja*
liberal for good aceommodatieaa. aad can predaee the Deal
of reference.
Board wanted -a oentleman and lady
wiak a large aad well faralAad front roam, la a private
family, having a henae with thf m d?rn iiaprovemenU.
Beard for the lady enly. Le?atiea hatvcea Priaee aad
Sevanteentk itMila. The** living kevoai Baien mm
need not anavrer. Addre** H S. , Broadway Pact VflN*.
Board paid 1a advaaee, if dualred
Boars wanted-by a gentleman roR three
moothi: a fnrniabed room, wheie tbere are ao other
boarder*, with or witheit partial board A widew lady
5 referred. Addrea* Charles, Broadway Poat office, for two
ayfc
Boarding? rooms furnisheo or rNrcRNiSH
ed. with or without board, may be obtained ia aflrat claif
boaae, replete with every coavanianoe aad dalktjitfally
aitnuted. being oonvanieat to ears and ointiibnaea.
off.cu anltable far a pbvaieiaa Apply at ;"J* Eourt
between Tweaty eighth and Twauty Ki* tb atraeta.
Boarding.? strangers visiting the city to
at lead the World' ? Fair er otherwise ou be ooeoml
??dated with room and fuli or parti..! board, on the Boat
reasonable term*. Several auit, of room < suitable for inatl
families are bow vaeant Transient board $1 per day. BaUl
la house for free ate of boarders
ST. OH A RJiKS, M7 Broadway, _
Boarding in Brooklyn, near the navy
Yard. ? A family baring, more rouiu thaa in required,
would accommodate a few young men ?ith oomfortabl*
rooms and board on moderate term* Th? house la pleasant
ly situated. and convenient to three ferries two minute*
walk. Apply at the southwest ooruer of John and prison
aveuue. _
Boarding in one op the most delightful
situations in the upper part of the <fty A large room
suitable for a gentleman ana his wife, or two single gentle
men. There U gas und bath in the house aud every atten
tion will be paid to theiroomfort. Within lire ainntee walk
of the Sixth and Eighth aTenne oara. Apply at 118 fourth
street, corner of Amos.
Boarding in south brooklyn-a gentm.
man and wife, and a few amnio gentluuien. iaa he aeom>
modated with nicely furnished rooms and ^.>ud board ia the
most pleasant p?rt of South lirooklya Terms moderate.
Inquire at No. 240 Court ttreet, near Saokett atreet.
Boarding in the country-at thb neyi
eink House, on the Hi*bia>.ii? ?l -?vi*lak. New Jer
sey. The undersigned woulc. rv^pi otfully give notlue that
be has tevoral vacant rooms, aud awn d ? muoh pleased la
accommodate Lis friend a. or mob other ooraona as weald be
pleased to favor him with tboir oomoaiy The steamboat*
Thomas G. Haight.Golden Gate, and the J >11108 Christopher,
ply daily between the above plaoe aud the oitv
* WM. JONES.
Elegantly furnished apartments, witm
btnrd, (private table, if deslrvd ) may he obtained ia '
a tiisi ala?? home. Applvatdd '?eat Tweuty-thltd street.
Oae riem suitable for a sing e get tiwsan
FURNHmtD ROOMS? AT NO. ?1 (V Al KaR STREET,
ii' ar Broadway? a parlor a ad sitting room, also, single
bedrooms. Apply a* abov*. i .
FURNISHED ROOMS TO 1 ET IN THE FIRST CLASS
house, 15 State street, to single gentlemen, without
In ard A 1 to, oflioes to let in the corner of State and Pearl
sueets. Apply at 19 State street i \
MRS. A. ECfLESTON, 5S6 BROADWAY. NEAR Tn?
M. Nicholas. Mutropeliinn andotnei priaelpal hotels,
c<n axpply comfortably luruisJ ed ro una. at prices to rait
the views of aprlioants. Partial board al-o famished whoa
dmrcd. The comforts of a hotel, without its noiiie, are thus
secured to travellers or oit?ens.
PERMANENT BOARD WANTBD-FOR A GHNYLH
min, wile, two children ia. >d eight ?ni ten years,) aad
two young gectleman, their rel ?U'e? with a vory rospeot
able private (pious pref^rrc) fsmily having ao other
hoarders, and residing ia a *ell furnish ?i house west of
Itrcadway fitted up with all ?he m >deru iniproveinente. A
parlor, with two connecting or e?i,ii,cuous bedrooms, and a
separate chamber, all fully furnished. ell. be repaired.
The gentlemen will diuodown town Address H B. W.,
box T1 Lower l'oht Ofliee stating loc ?t < n and Urma Unex
eoptionable relercuoes will bu |ii\c! and required.
TWO GENTLEMEN AN* TliHR flfM ALS? TW?
single gentlemen, oan bo oreemm dates w?*h good board
?ad handsome rooms, in a pleasant hou?<- ? h?re the oomforta
of a home may bo had. Apply at No 17 1 East Broadway.
TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN BE SUPPLIED,
with two nnlfirniahed bedroonaa aud parlors, with break
fast in tho morning, in a private Fr< acb family. Math aalooa.
References exchanged. Apply at 13U Priooe street, corner
of Wooster.
FINANCIAL.
man nnn t? loan on bun
?P>fcU,UU" on city 'property,
lilt IIARIIS Auctioneers, Real Estal
T* LOAN ON BOND AND MORTOA0K
A poly to COM B k.
Trinity Buildings, 111 Broadway. *0<1 to*n AgenU, 75
Drafts on Ireland and ino ^nd in srap
from ?1 and upwards, payable at <igbt are iasued be
Ue subscribers, BOWMAN, GRINN fcl.L k ?0., 88 South
street, sole passengor agents for the "w.allew twl Uae *C
Liverpool and London packet ships.
MONEY.-PfcRSONS WANTING MONEY CAN GEY
any amount ef J U&NKlY. JK'.l Rroadwav, eorner of
Reade itreit. Caali advances on )??-<lry watohes, eloeka,
diamoLds, hardware, dry goods plate, or any other valu
ables. N B ? A'l traeaaetiona rtriatly ooefidential. OtBaa
hours from V to 4 t 'clock.
OFFICE OF THE PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY,
No. 78 Broadway, New ? ork July #1 1HA5 ?The se
venth instalment of t<n dollar* ?n -ach share ef the in
ereaaed capital atook of the above oornpai y will be payablt
ea the 1st uay of September next. Uy rl-r afthe Board,
A HOl'FU AN, Treasurer.
OFFICE ST. NICHOLAS INSURANCE COMPANY,
eoraer of Fi^hth av< nue md Kou't-enth atreet.? Tha
direet ors hare this day declared a divi lond of five per eeats
for the last tlx months, payable to ?he stockholders oe tho
1/Sth instant. Tho transfer books^will be eltsed nnttl that
day. lilts O. KlC!IARDSON._
PAGE, BACON A CO. BANKKRS SaN rRANCISCO,
Cel.? Kxchann' on l.nmlon Valpar?ieo and the priaci
C1 eitles of the Ulited States, for sale in nm' tn auit 0ol
itiona n.ado at S>n Franolteo or la 'he interior of tha
State, and procee'ta promptly remitted Ke'?r to aed draw
on tho Amcroiin Exchange hunk. Messrs Uuucan, Sberaam
A Co., New York.
WATCHES, JBWELKY. ?t.
X17"ATe*ns8 and jc.wrLKY.-ruE subscriber n
vv e>!lling all descriptions ?f
om.a Ann siLvvn w ai cHts n?n,kr ??n niiTix wtlr,
at retaU, at mueb less thae the usual prlcee.
JTTR'iKWSrl" *?T?ll>:J
F.'slJnles Jtirpensen wateho- re-?iv*d ?y every arrival,
with eiT'lflcatew 'rom him with eaob watoh warreated per
fcit timekt opera coopch warciira
liiiplex and levers, in hit ting ?i>d maine earee. perfect
timekeepers. isntpi itcosp
and qnarter-eaoond watohea for tinauig h-rsea, lul gold aad
all ror cases. nuiosnutTi na.
-plendiil gold pocket ?hrosoinet?ra, -vhieh run without
any variation. eight iiav warcHua.
watehee uhich run eight d*y?
kn Aval w ATrHce
for ladles, tome in hinting ras^s
DIAMOND W ATCH BU
for It dies, some in .n?( iv caeee
M AG U S' ATI H IS,
Which change into thrc dilfereut watehee.
w A-ecn as which wikd
ep and tnrn the hards without any k?v.
Fine gold li>piue watchas, fonr holes Jewelled. %il i<$
Fine roli del M-Vcd levers . JO OS
Gold ermmeiU . watches for the ladlos 35 1MB
Gold Ragll?h patent levers 3ft II?
O'dd English patent levers, hunting cases SHOO
Silver patent 'evere, as low as 16 WO
Flt'-or aetaehed levers, aa low as 14 90
aud all other style* of watrhes at ejually low prieee.
niAMUM
Dlaraond aarriega, (ins. brao*lets,f!n*er rlngs.and etosee*,
for sal* at muok less toao th* usual prices
tnruiv.
All kinds of geld chains pir, gold ?e>!(i|ng ring*, gold
keys at d nynls, gold peua am' p.<n< lis gold and ailvar thim
biea, bra. a>ut?, breas? pins onfl pi?s, look^'a ? arrings, -jj?ld
aad silver spoctaolas, geld tootbpieua, aharrns, ehalelaiaa,
akaias. A*.
anvm waaa.
Stj-litr silver spoona aups, fork' peoknive*, m*pkl?
rlnea, fruit knives, wed-lin,' cake kn'vea t?. <e. Watehea
jewelry efehang-d. All ?atcbe? warraited to heep
g jod 'id*, or the money re'iu-n?.l.
tllillt
All kinds of watshfS and eioeks eleaniii ar.l repaired la
the l>e*t manner, at muoh lea* ?hau tht utiia, prine*.
OWlttGK C ALLEN,
law rter ef watehae and J? .-Iry, wh..le?*le and retail. It,
Tj Walattort aeeor 1 floor, near Broadway.
A*i' .-OliOGl. '
M^'a'i-WIN, REMOWNED IN EUROPE YO* HIE
akill in foretelling the foiura, ha* arrived, and wtlj
furnlah Intelliganee about aM eireuiatta aee ?f Ufa. She t%
terwrpts dreatn" law matters and leva, hy aetrelogj. book*
and **1ene? and tail* to Wt|*e *nd |e*alMat*B the 04
tha per'aar ikev will utorrv. aiao the aauie ef her vlaiWr^
Ml*. AlWja s?e-?k> t' e tji.ltth. Jreaeh, aad tiarmae iaa>.
go ages Rernruee JK RMnsto* tiret'up atalM, a?M Uaf
#?1ta tj. Xifldlt* It'j tta.a KeuiW?t? *M d*U?|i

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