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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
H O it HI Y SAKKBT.
WKDMfD^V, Juue 21?fl P. M.
There *u ? slight reaction in Ike stock ra irket to day.
JJi? movement at the opening ac'.ively upward, but
M grew w<aker ut the close. At the fir?t board, Cumber"
jan.i coal advanced 1 per cent; Nicar >gua Traaeit,
K. V Central bonds, X; Canton Co., H; Hudson River
JU?iIrrad, Peading Railroad, t{; Erie Railroad, \
Michigan Southern Failroad declined 1 pufcent. There
were Urge transactions in Erie, hjyers' option; and if
the b<ars are uot careful they mill And themaelve? too
sh< it for oomfort. At present i rics njieculators Mil
buy without an; regard ti. the actual >alua of the stock;
and this may uot only arrest tho downward movement
but j ut op price*. If Krii- ?tock had depended for market
?aU< t-nti'ely upon its merits If would he sell ng now for
lues ban fifty |*rcent; but it ha* been held no largely
t) t>i fculatcut; aud has been tb< football for both l> ills
ai.d bia:a ?u loDg, that it h*.? no* an artifirUl v?iue,
wh.?b fluctuates freqneu'ly ( ;i or tilteen per cent in as
aany days. The l-e..rs may make a great mistake in fol
o?'ti8 lrie down iuu< ii farther It tony turn upon
?hem, and rouble tlini exceedingly The reaction
<**??'0? Wi ? 1 ?<ty gei.eial; hi ? ni' have no id?a tliat
li r. ill be letuiauint <\:;er .ncj stool..-) have been f >r
semetilTc be*.lily settl g do vn, thm cdmes .1 p.u e, u
hiil, a heavy, ii-u'i.c riod, whoa no one ? -ms li.- -
jo-.mI to buy or .1 and \ dull, i. ; ?-ed state of thirjgi
piev; i a, ilurit? jt * hi i it geuur tliy appears as ihou^ii all
sj-fci-lii' v ti n it was doe ?i timugh another excite
Ben', is l'au.'.v st acks was ut'erly outof ihe q ihgtion. Wall
strt^t becomes deterted by outsiders, aud the enur.nous
kutd oi uniroductlvu .ecunties rtsts in theUauls of
those Utile able to curry it Alter a while some parti
MiUr i*ncy will takes *'art, unothor will soou follow,
sud so i.n until we tlnd in active movement going on and
?peculation i< gain prevalent, i'hr ,e excitemeuu appear
Mid difajpeur without any real cause. Fancy stocks go
an . ? own, no < ne knows why or wherefore, and no
en- but specula.ors care. The decline which ban been
10 rapid for some dir. ? past will uot oontiuue much
k>i ger; hut the d. pri.eiat.ion will h.'co no ciuroui'J, aud it
willevety diflk ult to get up uuoliier inflation The
j ? ,-ent deprestiou will 0" couuiui ;d by the growing dii
vi in ti e public mind, aad those who hive hcen
tinifht wiih productive -to. ks iu hand will have to con
u hen i Ives with I) eir divi en.I-., but those who
have been so unfortunate as to hold unproductive fanciei
at hi^h ptie.es had better carry thi-m at moderate sasri
ti er, with the hope of ultimately making up their losses,
it i. | iet!y ceitain that the stock maike'. cannot prPscnt
a lucre gloomy arpect than at this moment. It matters
btth* % hat may be the state of the money maiket, or
ttie position of commercial affairs, the decline in stocks
.1 as about reached its minimum. We speak of prices
geierally. We cannot annwer for certain railroad
?locks which have no real value, but it is our impression
that buj ers at current rates, on sixty and ninety days,
will make money by a rise within (hat time.
The steamship Canada, at Halifax from Liverpool,
brings one weeks later intelligence from Europe. Tho
pvi poss' ssesno inteiest, ana d <es not appear to be, so
be as we can judge by the telegraphic despatches, or the
si ghtest impot lance. l!read.-tufts were lower and cottou
higher, but the variations in quotations were trifling.
Consols had declined a fraction. We have no details re
garding financial affairs, and cannot, therefore, speak
MvUedly. It is reported that the Bank of England had
increased its bullion in hand. This is just the reverse
to what we have anticipated, aud doubt its truth. Po
litically, tho advices do not differ from those received by
the last half a dozen arrivals.
Ihe Chemical Bank has declared a dividend of six per
eeoL. The iTovideuce and Worcester Railroad Company
a semi annual dividends of fonr per cent.
The amount received at tho office of the Assistant
Treasurer of the United S'ates for the port of New York,
this day, June 21, 1854, were $79,030; amount paid out,
(?ii,992 09. having a balance on hand of $8,982,872 28.
The current operations of the Treasury Department on
Monday the 19tb of June, were as follows
For 'he redemption of stocks $t3.848 44
For the payment of other TreaMury debts.... 645,415 03
[This sum was to supply a deficiency in tho
Post Office Pepartment, appropriated by tho
act of Hay ftlfct, 1854.]
For the Customs 4.r>0 00
For the War Department 137,919 (12
Covered iuto the treasury from Customs.... 1,042,904 02
t ?\eie i into the Treasury from miscellaneous
The Boston TraniiTipt of tho 20 ih Inst, says:?'The
market wt< very quiet this morniag, with a bettor de .
bu I for some of the fancied, particularly Central an 1
Ogdenrburg, both of which closed Grin. The bourn arc
hammering Wilmington pretty bard, with a fiir proi
peet of reducing the market value, unless soms ?t" its
friends come forward ami support it. Dividend stock g
aregererally heavy. Worcester declined to 90^ ex-divl
?end; Fitcliburg, S6'a' asked; Kastern, sales at 77,dlv
?n; Co.'tjnand I'rotilence, 80dlv on. payable Oct. !.
with inteiest. Northern declined to 40>?, under t>. fore'd
?ale of a few shares, but rallied again and sc.l-1 at !l,
aaller six rr.on.hs, the same being bid regular at tae
?lose. Western was in demand, at 98 bid, div. on, with
out sales. Copper shares were laore active, with an i:n
provement in Minnesota, North Western and Copocr
Falls. Tana and Winthrop declined. Liud stocks are
beavv, and tell at reduced rates."
The [elaware, Lackawana and Western Railroad Com
pany has called for a further instalment of flftee: per
Bent., payable on the 1st of July, at the Phoenix 3a:iU in
this city. The Managers have resolved to pay tho a .cL
holders, on the 10th of July next, interest at tho rate of
six per cent, per annum, to be computed to Jul 30,
1864, on all stocks issued or instalment* received pre
vtous to the 1st January last, from December 31. !853,
and in instalments received during the present year from
the dates of the respective payments, wliero no instal
ments which have been called for remain uupaid.
The stock of hemp now in St. Louis, it is stated, is not
far from 8,000 bale*. Sey 6.500 in store unsoli; 1,5'.)0 to
1,80ft sold and in manufacturers'hands; 800 to l,"00at
the levee and afloat. The tolal ijuau'.lty on the mirket
unsold is be'.wrer. 6,000 and 7,000 bales. Tb'.j is
a good supply for so early a day in the season, an I un
less shipping facilities are inorea.-.ed, the stock, it is
thought, must continue to accumulate.
The banks of New Orleans presented the following con
ittion at the close of the week enjing .hine 10, 1804.
BJttnts ay Nmv Oru.wNH.
LiaUi it'c?Aitiec tloiemenlJ. Due o'hT
Cii 't'.t'i i>. J',p.ite.i. Bankt.
l?ubiana 41.:.-0 C74 fl:>.060 $181,415
Louisiana ijute.. 1,002.490 0,278,024 2-?7,455
fan.'I l,660,t-42 916.028 202.108
Citinns' 2,020,075 1,000 20,318
l!?chs.'& Traders' uore. 820.200 822,962
Union 2Sl,< 10 6.0,181
f^uthe ru 2P6,8fiO lr7,H7 17 027
New Orleans 644,630 769.772 70.744
Total $7,612,181 $10,631,064 $1,081,079
H'sources.
Spa it. Exchange.
Loolslina $1,>4 1*41 $3,196,21)5 $1,0.3,880
I/wit-iaca State... 1,808,0 .8 8.403 021 24t>,di)l
tans1 1.148.237 2,:.W ;.?8 1,014 383
CIMre. s' 1,490.400 8,202,*69 328,788
Heebs.- & Tracers' 6(8,< 78 1,088,019 125,682
Cni.n 2<6.'>7l 782 376 67,113
Southern 170,918 6- > 481 80;,3'18
New Orleans 270,<68 1 229 015 2uf,728
Total $7,912,180 $15,773,418 $0,378,507
Other Oath Rt Murcet.
Bank of Louisiana, surplus supposed $1,200,003
f tale l a-.k bon.l? 874,'h)0
l ift k o! New Orleans, in Auditor's bands, bond* 051,000
1 o<on Balk. in Auultor's hands, bonds 50 l,l)J0
Southern Hank, in Auditor's hrin.js... $302,000
Do. do., other cash items 48,600
658 r>on
Mechanics' and Traders' Hani:, In city bonds.. 102,000
*___ ComjM'rali" StittmTU?Eii/hf Ihinl.s.
Q June 10. .fvne 3. Dxrwe
b $7.6)3,280' $7,809,450 $i50,l76
I nutation 7,112.181 7,740,010 228,43.)
I/^ns ..16,773,418 10.778 <'68 4,6 .0
'epoaits 10,081,004 10,988.503 307,483
i -Xr.bst.ge 3,378 6 >7 3,706,165 32V 08
l/u? banks 1,081,673 1,127,806 4;,217
According to this there has besn a decrease in every
iepartroeut, in each to some extent, except discounts.
Th?re is verj little being done In dry goods. Spring
purchases bnve all been concluded ; ani in view of the
warm sumnnr month*, merchant* are not incline i to
Xtnew operations for son.e time hence. Mc >u *hl1", with
*n acct.muliit.ng stock of most article) and un anxiety on
tnepartof owners to c!o?e out old faliric-. prlc.es'ar
tending downward?the condition of th* business being
extiemely nn atlsftcU.rj and discouraging Still, it is
not ro Lad in this refpect as had Ven autulp*.?d, an.l
shonM future moveu.euts be up'.n a sonu1 r basis, we
in not frsr but tl.at the trade '111 .I'rape from exi ug
^.tfieullies with mine enl'ght n< d vies s of me ctn'iltt
P' hty, and, perhaps, more .at onal? xi eetn Ion . v )?:c!i
their tev? re ? xperi' iice w II assist theai t<? re?l!t?, i be
traoiactioDs In br >wn and blenched 'he. tings an I s . rt
Infc* ar? tery moderate ; but, though Itiean a.-? In fair
tleir value is unabated. Denims are Iu steady
requeat at foriuer rates. Drills ere quiet, yet factors do'
not f rees the market, and pr. vioua pr ees i re sus
tatted. Duck baa net \arled rrieli, being saleible and
firm, with and improtfil stroU otierln.r. Olnghams re
n.ain inactive oud frill do no until full purchases shall
ha?e betn commenced. In anticipation of thcae the ?ap
ply l:< now bring | erfected, and we understand that it it
to be tendered at 11c. fur Manchester, aniline, for
Glasgow and I ancaMer. La huh are dull and Jieavy.
Oonaluirg* aie in ?luck demand, while being plenty and
lanenld. Printing cloths have deteriorated %e. a %c. per
yard, yet liave not attracted more at'eution from buyer*,
l rintr. appear wituout change. The fail stock ia coming
in rapidly and is said to be of a creditable character.
fc>'ri| en and ticks are mi.de utely inquired for at old
quotations. We append a comparative statement of tho
si.I; n.rniH lnnce, of cotton goods during six months, (to
dale) or :?
If 53.
.Is r i ary, packages .. 1 .*25
I abrnary 4,^99
March 1 i<33
A ril 7,S?4
II o v l.tOO
Jin.i lo the '.1st lust.-.' ':o3
1854. Decrcatt. Increase.
2f><)
788
8,754
3.-06
6,122
1,61#
1 6%
4,011
3; OS 8
1.281
2,121
4,901
T t?l piici at e?... .?0.181 16,448 3,733 ?
W<?'li?n productions ire nnchangel in all respects.
Dai ... t.j are not in requect. Customers area little more
m?u{ lit after at former rati s. Cloths are dull and droop
iiK. rcefkinc, flonnela, and jeans are quiet and languid.
Linseys aie lather tcan-e and inac'ive, prices being
baiely KU|)oit<'d fur ti n leading kinds. Moussi'liu de
laities have r.ot varied. V .nnfaeturers are prepiring to
ii tr< duce th< ir fall rV !';il'.ueta are pretty brNk, but
inliim. Tweeds are sparingly dealt in at irregular quo
tations.
Stock %'<*.
YV
$7.PO0C?17'1?'7o.... 84K
5.0CO Kv ti'rt large bs 100
4,OCONY ( s '(?() ex di 1C9
1,0(0 Lne In IjS..I>U Sj7
1,600 HK1> n. la.,*3 103
1,010 Ch f, R Is R b? Ofl
4.fx Oil 11 Cn RR bs.s3 75 %
11 iuo do... .83 75
1,000 NY < UR?w.b3 84%
10 slis lik i iiuimt'i'ce ldii ^
10 Hanover ins Co.. 0ft
100 N J Zinc' o 0%
3'0 Me Tian Co..b?0 27%
100 do bid 27
1*0 Canton ("o ?3 23%
'.'CO do *60 23 %
450 do bCO 24%
34 JVnn Coh 1 Co.... 103%
COO N Car Cooper.... %
lf>0 McCul Gt>ld..bC0 4
247 Hud Riv RR 60%
60 do bliO C0%
45o Cumb ('o Coal.s3 36%
76 do 3 5%
500 do s30 35
260 do b3 35%
260 do 86%
100 do 35%
100 do 1)60 35 %
200 do s3 35%
100 do b60 86 %
100 do MO 30
TO do bSO 35 %
1C0 Harlem HR..b'J0 47%
1C0 do k3 46
1(0 do s3 45#
300 do h 3 46%
200 do b60 46%
100 co b30 46
100 StoninptonRKb60 69
100 Clove AiTolRRbS 88
(6 do b3 87 %
1C0 do bPO 89
25 do b60 88 %
17NY & Nil RR.... 84%
10 North Iud Con.c 101%
SECOND
*600 111 Cen RR bs... 76
2,000 do *3
2,000 NY & NH bs CO
300 fhs N Car Copper
100 Bruns City Ld Co
200 Gold Hill Mine...
? 50 Cum Coal Co.. e30
CO do
100 do b60
24 Mich Cen RR....
60 Hud R RR .. .b60
ci-.inw.
kpni: nAV, Jurn 21, 18M.
5 Mich South Rlt.. 116%
200 Reading Kit.. .b3 7(i o
800
800
100
200
300
100
do 753a
do e 75*4
do s20 75.!,
do st?0 75^'
do b60 76
do b30 76
74%
90
%
s%
8%
86
35 %
36
06
60
60 N Y Cen RR 97%
200 do s30 97
1C0 do s20 97
200 do 2d 97
100 do slO 96%
100 do r60 90
TO do sl5 96>?
HO do 96>i
100 do sl5 96
290 Reading RR 75*^
MINIKG
60 shsOld Potomac.... 2,'4
S00 New l'otomac X
200 tiardiner 2)*
200 NY Central RR.. 97X
3t 5 do ?3 97^
50 do b20 97^
10 do 97
11 do 97
50 do bRO 98 ^
2( 0 do b60 98
100 do ?30 97,'i
126 do 860 97
153 Erie Railroad... 62
250 do pi'i
100 do si0 62>?
200 do s30 62
100 do s30 62\i.
175 do s3 62
50 do b30 62
100 do b(W 63>4
50 do blO 62 yt
100 do b3 62 %
100 do slO 62?i
260 do c 62%
200 do bf>0 63
26 do b30 62%
100 do l>3 62%
100 do 62 %
50 do s30 623?'
200 do ?S0 62'4'
50 do c 62%
650 do bOO 63
200 do b30 62%
60 do blO 62%
300 do 62
150 do b30 62%
200 do b3 62
200 do b30 62%
100 do b60 62%
100 do b8 6.:
60 do blO 62
BOARD.
60 Cleve k Pitts RR.
100 Harlem RR....S3
200 do s30
200 do s3
100 do b60
60 Erie RR
100 do sl6
do s3
do b3
do s30
do.'.
do s30
do slO
do slO
do b40
do c
do b3
do b35
do
20 Nor Indiana RR.
8 Mich Southern RR
70%
45%
45
45
46
61%
61%
61%
61 %
61%
61%
61?
61%
01%
62
61%
61 %
62
61H
116
116
BOARD.
25 Bhs North Carolina %
100 Penn Zinc 2%
250
50
100
175
200
50
100
50
172
60
60
100
C I1 Y l'HAUE REPORT.
Wednesday, June 21?0 P. M.
Afurs were unchanged, gales ha\ iug been made ol 120
bbls. at yesterday's prices.
1 RXADSTTFrs?Flour varied little The sales incln led
lo.i (,0 bbls. infeiior State, at 97 a $7 25; com mo to
choice do., at $7 37)4 ? *8 12}*; mixed to fancy Western,
*7 fiO a $8 37 }?, and otlier kinds at proportionate pt i -as.
TLeic were l.O'O bbla. Southern taken up at yestoril y's
quotations. Kye Hour and corn meal remainod aL..iuf
uie fame. #00 bushels Wegtorn red wheat brought $l
B7. Sales were reported of 2,000 bushels Northern rye,
at ?1 20; 400 Southern do., at $1 12>?; and 42,v?)ti
bushels corn, fit 72c a 78c. for unsound; 80c. a 84c. for
Wesftrn mixed, and 89c. for Southern yellow, per bushel.
Mnte and Western oats were Inactive, at 02c. a 5tio. per
bushel
CYfike?Tlie market favored purchasers. Rio was
quiet, while 160 mats .lava were sold at ltj^c. per lb.,
und 1,600 do. do., on private terjns, but said to be a frae
tli n under 14c., and *uppo?ed true at l.T^c.
CC'TThn.?The gales were limited before the receipt of
the Caiiai'a's news, w itliout change in prices. After
wards holders became tinner, though no transactions
?were reported calculated to tost tlie market.
FlBE Craceeks.?About 5C0 boxes were sold at $1 35.
Fkeioutf.?Hates were steady, with moderate engage
ments. To liver pool, 1,SOO bbls. flour wore engaged at
1". i d.; 30 hhds. tallow and 40 hhds. bacon, botl. at 2')s.;
and .'i0 bales t-'ea Island cotton, at 6-lCd. For -rain ' t.
was asked, while shippers offered 5d. a 5>,d. To Die
men, 100 bales cotton were engnged at >s,c., an<l 500 bt)ls.
rosin, at la. To Australia, rates ranged from 45o. to 60c.
jer foot measurement, ana lumber was taken at 4'2'jC
there wag no alteration to note in rates lor California,
which varied from 4fic. to 60c.
I'norr.?rales of 20<^ boxes bunch raisins were made at
60, and 20 cases sardines, at tfCc.
Hay w?-. held to day at 70c. a 76c. for shipment, id
87}?c a$i for It cal use, |.er ton lbs.
LA'iUd weto iu demand at 91 87a 1 93% per thr i
satid. *"
I.kad ?Pah t of 100 tons common English were mr ,o
at 96 Of. }?, cash.
M. i asses.?The market was inactive, with sales of 00
blls. of Ne? Oileans, at 24c.
Navai fciToi im.?'ilio market win heavy for spirit* tur
pentine, which was quoted ut 4 ic A!>oiit 600 bbla
ciueo turpentine were sold at $3 02; COO bbls rosin, at
tt 76 per tCO lbs , and 1,00 bbls thin tar were sold , $4.
Otts?Crude, whalo aid sperm were inanimate n ,d
languid. Hales have been reported of 160 lia-kets oli<e,
ut S7each, und 6.000 gallons linseed, at 80c. a 82c.
per gallon.
] RovitrOHS ?rorl; w?s in fair demand. Tbesiles em
braced nearly 2,"00 bbls., at (lua?l3 12)t for mens,
i.'j, 1"yt for retuse do.; 911 "5 foi i rime, and 910 6 ' a
111 60 forxuroj s, per bbl. Sales transpired of GOO pack .a
cut meats at unchanged rates; 64n bbls lard at Oj^f .i
? Vc., afterwnrdf fat Id at 10< per lb., wiili '.50 bids. ? t'
at former quotations, liultcr and cheese were u i .1
terrd
Rick?Fmill sales were m^kingat >3 76 a 94 25.
fa'GAH ?lhe market nas heavy ?itli moder.iie transac
tions. The soles embraced 200 Ll.ds. New Orleans a'. 4c.
a t,'ne. a 4>?c.. nnd about 450 do. Cuba at 4,ljC. a 6,'.,^.,
and 160 boxes brown l.mana were so) 1 at fi '.u.
(fOAI.?About 160 boxes ca .tile found buyers at 11 ^c.
I er lb.
Whis-rey.?There wera 460 hbla. Ohio and prison dis
posed of, at 29c a 20%c. per ; allon.
Uomcsilt: Murki-ts.
Krw PwroHt) ("it. M u.:.Er.? I i'i. 1m ?Sperm contlnu ?
in r>:< I'erate demand, an j j ri"ia have not var ml.
|or the wct k 820 bbls , at 91 60 per g.illon. Wh 'o?I'.s ?
rci.i i et dud; ?h!< s 120 Mils., i t 67 n per gallon, IS do
ntlt'C . and .0 i do. upoo >i ;ii;lly [?.-i\at? terms. VVbste
ionc? Ti eie is n lne iu?,i..? . ti.,t >>o heiron', of ftm!'
< f f,{0<> lb* Ocbotsk atlOc.; 4Ce, is o!l'ere1 for h.iaJ
? ?' o I'olar, but refused.
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<fcl ft ftftft ~F?? BaLE. OR EXCHANGE FOB
Cll/.v"U. mrilitmllw or *t*ek. Ibe pax at ri{bt
o> * micl iuc thi?t o*n be built t'<r 111 ttd -?tl? r ? dil v a*
t?M> r<uDtt lights sell at HOC to tWO. Tbi entire Stele
oi fieir York for nil at the thinnloM. apply to S.W
t II Kirk ?2 tit nod 2:*l Sclenmrbora street, Brooklyn]
ft Oft -'OR SALS, A FI\ST CLASH RETAIL
'l fJ iVUU ? *mi mai uUcturii t ?>u?ion" rt?re ai?J shop
in t! n lesalooutiou down town. 1 bo pr p'l-t r in'.fuilin/
t? leave thu et||, wi 1 dispute of it ?t f-OiKI belnw real
\alio 'f he t u ineas %Y'-m '??!* *c.\ nty fWo per ceut Clti d
miri'ii ?i?b real name and ruid-uce, A. E. Ucrald oflloe,
for throe >iays.
CI Aft ft 0& i OK H\LE A WHOLESALE
?PJ ??Jv\/ in W*?li'n(ton ;nirl. ot (<>ii 'he ftlkj
> in- i *. tiou.'am ici|ui ? of i.EU. A. VOGKu, at i'o-i?pkin?
b 4 ir tat.
CKftft ?for salf. a ltc.ht wanufactimivo
H l)UU. and in-rcamiln limness, without eonipet lion,
!?} which au c> ergetic and Mtovpfbiiig uian c*'" max* a fir
Hire, alto ? anted, nvfftl canvuJiuors. Apply at No. 61
Niissan tIreel room Sv. 7
A ftft FARMS, 150 LOTS 200 HOCSE3 Ff-K S U,E ?
T:"/U $:2fl.l Hi to !u*n ta turns t s suit appllraa - Property
r.' ?nrj de*?ripti< n for sain Of trmle ?,l t.beu t > soil
There ?lie want n buns* lit firm will, or ooUutry s;at,
tall oil A ft HOx NT, i3 Wall street.
l;'Kft -FOB SALE AN EXOEUiINTamU MONET
Vt Jt^U. lu .kinn business; the reason for selling is, the
? i er la goii r weut. Apply, this, day, to Harn-on, 95 Cedar
stieet.
4-qrft oniy for an excellent cash nusi
IJTOtJU n ss yielding 1V> in'*1,000 to 93.000 ;?>r annum;
alio asMi rin-h ~ur ttnre a <lra< (tore looat^'l in Bro^i
?!?>. 4 n -l> u ant 1. iir ? regain* tmioon uud a bill tcr au'l milk
?icpot. (ex< I mi p)itoo?). Anplyto R. L. fDBDT X CO.,
rcow Jo. 'J 102 "itun btrnt.
COnft A v i> BLIND MANUFACTORY FOR
?li OUl'i m'e rh !?H?e if eli?r 2T? bylOO itnt. to ils
Bl*tliii.en, ovfrj Oiit g r tcufary aud complvto to oarry o,
an ?xtci?iv? lucii : . -?il 1 be uud very tea?<>n'.kMe to
pa^li <ii.toner f-r 'n 1 paitieulaia apply to B. W
Kl( D?llUS 3t 7 BroMlMny.
A CHANCE for A traoe?we h ve somb
tl.ri-c or f ur brn 1< itorea ?ud dwnlliugs, well mtuattd,
m?r a <?rry, in lirooklyn, which wo will exoliango uponlair
terms, tor"? uood t'?rm ir the country.
JULliJJNU .'c 1UCKER, 387 Broadway.
^ Sa?E CB'vNCt.-FOR *A Li. TBS STOCK AND
ft. ^xtnreH of ? sad'Jle ?.nJ ha neri mauuf--otory, wjr.hi?
^ocrlv ooinmnniratiOD of t>ii- citv <aii ha*in"?n i? ru ?
ioi riehii * oon-'l'Jnn III health tho on;y ind'io-nni'it. t. >
ic' inK Fit tnrthor iu^rm^tion atplv to Al> art 11. (,!ooaa
IA> Unwary
a RAK? Ca.tN'.lfc.-FOR S LE. A NEaT CO ,'TaQE
i\ ooutaining twelve ronOiB, <itnated u * fl -gt ,-at>i iiet??i
iorh"ud, 111 iiinh (treet, Btooklyn; the lot '.<!/, fue'- by llK
>et deep; will b? eold od r^aaijiiiible Urui*, J the credent
?wner wants to leav tbe eity *a soon aa poitiinl*. For par
"liculars isqnite on the premises.
ATIaOCERRFAN GALLERY FOR ?!ALE?ESTAB
libl.td tor the Uat three years, with a p.xni runol' cus
tmn Tli proprietor havina twa wiU soil either A pnr
<his r Tift linileistandiiiK the art will be instructed Apply
ti. Holmes, lib! or 360 KUbth avenue.
l YALtJAELE FARM FOR BALE-IN WE3TRHJSTET
i\. county, Sta'e of New York. In the town of MspHhstia,
ttirty aix miles from New York, three miles east of tho
Bnur'ihing village of Sing Sing in which are five ohnrches.
tbne boarding schools, with the Bndson Kiver Railroad
Sateinrc tbroufin. on which thirteen trains pass each way
aily; three miles went of the Uarlem railroad, and two
miie* south of the C'roton dam, tjje property being wall
known as the Seoor Farm. The above farm is under a high
stato of enltivation, in one of tbe healthiest locations in tne
?ountry, and possesses paortiar advantages, having a na
tural mill lite on it, a granite quarry f^f1 which ? largo
luantity of stone was taken for the Croton dam, a number
of tino springs, is wall watered well feni^d with stone walls;
has two dwelling honses, foar barns, and plenty of out
buildings in good order, together with an abundance of Droit
trees of all kinds. The fatm eontaina two hundred and
twenty acres, sixty acres of meadow land from whi<ih there
M one handreri tons of hay of the beat quality taken yearly;
eighty-five acres of plough land and seventy five acres of
wood lane of a young and thrifty growth. The s?ii farm
will be sold oheap, all together or in lots to snit purchasers,
roseosrion given Immediately or at the pleasure of the pur
sharer Title indisputable, it having been in the present
owner's hands for the last fifty years. Tho cans* for selling
is that the present owner has arrived at an age that incapa
citates bim from snperintonding it. Five thousand dollars
san remain on bond and mortgage at six per oent, if desira
ble. For further particulars inquire on the premises, of
NOAH SECOR, or at Secor A Washburn's lumber yard,
Sing Sing depot of Hudson River Railroad.
CLIFTON, BTATEN ISLAND?THE SUBSCRIBES
offers for oale, some of the most advantageouxly situated
tnildinc lot* at Clifton, near the Narrows, on the tract of
W. W. Van Wagenen, Esq. This position it tho most ?Ur?4
'?ire for residenoes on the Island. M. O'CONNSR, U oAkt
urest. or at the end of omcibaa route, Cllftcn.
COUNTRY VEVIDENCE FOR SALE?IN EASTCHE3
ter, Westchester oounty, 16 miles from the city, and ten
minutes walk from the New Haven Railroad and Pelham
ville station, a new two story Gothio reaidenee. Tbe house
contains elevtn room?, plenty of closets, two cellar*, two
wings, piazza in f ont, replete with every oonvenitnee; a
large barn and carriage house, ice house tillod, wash-house,
fowl-house, summer-house, full pond, running stream of
water; situation delightful, on a ridge of hi?b land, salt wa
ter flowing In the rear; contains four acres of land, und^r
cultivation; garden planted with 800 choice fruit and forest
tries; house surrounded with flowers, shrubs and shade
trees, lerin* easy. 76 per cent of the rurchaso money
onn remain on hond aud mortgage for a term of years. For
further particulars inquire of MORRIS EARLE, U7 Front
street. New 1 ork.
Drug store for ?ale?the stock, fixturesi
and tfree years leaae will be sold for fca'f Its valuo.
Looatlon good, re? t mo? ?rate. A rare chance for a phy
sieian ccn mcnclng practice. Apply at 104 Third avenue,
bn.'ore 10 A. M , or after t> P. M.
h^XC'ITI.lENT FARM AND WATER rOHlHTO- \Lfc
t eh'ap. or to exchange for good oity p-opett. ?<>te oi
I '.he beat H'rai Id the State of >aw York, boautiluly ?'lui
ted in tb* town of I eydnn, LowU county, on mi^ar river
tblilv fenr Di'len from lltica twenty tlx from K >m , rail
-ui ;i fri m lltica to i:i?vtt??j runa through it; depjt an ' ?i
[ 'Tir:g > tUion is to bo on it: benoo, ?non part oan he aol 1 lb
village ?ot* Jtiilrosd from Rome '<> Oidonaburg p-is?.i.
>ithn f.ve >eda of it; atatlon near by. Blo?li river cm*)
r v'-hin a mile and a ijuarW 1h? land. ifJO acres is of a
r'ch deep soil, impregnati d with l'.iro. There (8 a me iiir.4
<tore or maible quarry ob he prsuilsei; ti>? good tuill p?i?l
t ms. earb witb *at.> r enooab to <-atry a flvur m'U of fow
?hoi o' atones; aid alao. dome S Util , ug r f ree*. The >miid
nils eona'ai of ?wo hnuaea, two barns aillk and ohae*.
out.*, and ?)' the narcnl ? n* 1 uiluinji* of a orav ca?s farm
"?.' r oi UiebettqM 11] latmiMbf MfulintIMmmI
?ou?e anu arn; cneta md ever-thing oi find ??out th?
(iitmii- a in good I'onJWon The fain will annpor'. IUij
and tli** raqnia'ta trvni for the farm ~vork Tartna lib
?ml; I a>f of tfcc ?eney onn remain on '????n ' and
irf'Ttjatre, or<nod olty property would he taken in oxr*"- *
"or half t "T further pn'ti' nln-? Inquire of
DiXi'ER A. HAWKINS 27 Nassau street, f?. x
FAMILY GHOCER.-FPR SALE A COR ER 9TO. E
" in tbe viclriiy of Watt street, tr.e uipef part ne.jrly
p-yi the rent of the whole bui'ding. will >e sold 1' ?,
price $4fl0, the owner being obliged to aell on account of
ti her burleoss. II W. 111C11AKD3, 3U7 Broadway.
F^ancy store for sale.-tu? stork IS IV
?\'r> wny dealrable, being an established stand, aed
i? !.,.? a very iairb"?ii eas. Tii>> aoie reaaon of the propria
t r >t lli f la po h?.alth. V\>.te->f stock and fixtures some
abere about fCttt. Ai p'y at. 37-r' Bleeoker atreet.
JPttR SM.B- A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE
1 yitb froin twenty to fmtv acres ol laDd, in & flue atat
,f c'juiratiop. On iho prenmca is a new and eninwoillou*
dve lirg lc ute with ail the eteeaaary .mtl ntl'ting- A
ijiii it o' ftsre roft W4*?i la brnught lntu tbe bona.* Tteio
>:' a -aiii tv of itiMi e f.uit trecB, a gnod kitrhtn ^n'l orna
c -i si pajdfr. r.iil r tront brook uear. It it il u: >d
*1 ? iit t wrrt ?-1vn r.i"0t< a ^rive irom the Vontera d?p t
ar.d oi ? tnile from tbe H?r rm ra lrotd atation nt Rroax
lll? Thea? Will b# di?r?fed of, w"h a 1 tb? lur
ct nra R'.d farnrng nlttaila, roaily for immediate oewpv
ifn. It'ina faToialle and half cf the p?rcbat> uioney
may r. ri' i'* on bond a ti mortgage. Further tnf <nu?ti-n,
in le bad npon application at the CM'.y llou-? \;u' r> "
HENRY DCtEl.lj.
? OK SalE-tOME OF TIIK FINEST ^nii,l?T 1
lots la the Tielfcity f Sc? York, being ??na; t"*c..
rt ii s walk irom tlio illy, ni lying tu the city of WTil
lin uat.mg. 'lb?re lota a-u aeilitg (r im iiM' to t'xJOii'-d ?'" <
Alao a a| lesiiid frama bnato. built in thi bca'. manner, v itli
all the modern imp> .amenta, will be oolii oa very ti'aa >a*.
bit |mi, by aopiyln* to IU. CONhBLYE* S9I1* rtk
.^????ond atroe>, between Ewra atreet and Graht.u ?reuu?,
iliiannburg.
[/or pale-two nous is tvn ernnT tots, with
L itablea and out b"iisea attached; fruit treea, i'rot"n
v alao, a portii n of hi.urohold ft.rultnro. a ? In the
?it v of ehmcbea, sobeoli, i tore? Ac 1! " in. n i ia
lii altbv and deaire l?. 'Ibi- trrpertv will be o;ii r i it Jin
vote aa!e till tbo I2trf ."e'tembcr wli?n, if not ao'd l i f .ro
i. ?ill be h iM a' an. tion on tbe pr?mitea A so.id n <aMon
in tl o ci imtry alll ' r itki n in t xchange for tbia proparty
lev ill loaold to ar.it tie prreh-ifer Trrma easy. TM?
proj.er'.y ia situated on tho ^ol;th ai:'eof y.ightv a?vonth
ctrift, -C'weeu Tli'ri! nod Fourth avenue* Kor futtber
psiii nlate apply ii 811. .ICK A O liiHt.N, r.ighty aixtb
atr.ei. near luiith nvennc.
L"1. U 8AI.E ^ I.IMN'rt AND OYSTER 8VI.00V.
F belnw * ? 11 ttri ct. wl'h a thn p -j :\r? r\?* "heo^u-r
t ' i ???11 cut theup At-p'y to U. u Kb ? B, icU Greev
* lc!i ktrcct, n l.e v tctM nt.
V OR SAI. < u?. : A N !? t OT Jir ?TEO N '??
alt.r,o. ? ur ? . *'? '?:( Ml'r o-.'ti- tf 'm
. >v > i.r ? ? nt ?!?? ?? ?>' Ii ?' ITU on Of
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V'.'-R <?l.f? "(> >T*= fF 0 ? 'H'\ t) WITH.
1 tlj -i ' i ? i ( ? <.' tp I' ,eT a1 !:? fi r' neai iba rlfer: ?ii' i
??l.nliirl fi-r in /.'?> .he iu-i .fa (I .1 ??< rema
.1 r i.' ' " I t r t ?rt u1-> n apply to J 1
lit It I u. l V ,'J! It?s?. i>H ?t-'M t
(/*(?'! s.M.K a F)I:m ? if \nrii'T Ir-1 /irpR-, NK^P
r Ilia' ? t. t . -It ? .I . l! I of I a ml (S. ? ,|. f
I;il (; d i i . ! r 'i t i' ? i 11 . ' ; 11 ) 11 n un" mi i r
I ? a tioni ?S'. n 'or ii Mtrv Jc-lr .b W Matt f
f '.ll'ltf I ts' e p. i a ifi.' r in ii ? (i.. 4 "iri'l i ii
ii-lieirr.it M ipl ? y -'t IV.r *u '.i ^- ire a I wii
all "itvi'i t tu '<? t-; * hi pir .l??n ?p:-'r ? -'\H'I
II II N I I : Ml -1|. . - .. ? - J O ? t;.t \ E n 'V . ,?Vr
atrift: i ? v f\M-t ?? 1" V IM We at Strn-t #<ierj ?
u.. p of 'hi- ( ropt r y r?n'e.in.
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' l?"ir ? I ?! I I#r ? Iti ?? H e I ? ?' i?l I' ! K -n t ii i-.nd
ilc ??( ? t". I M its 11- -lrt< at iUI !a<il-s?rt rjet.
l/f n t-'.M\ I!A" ?' VK ' ?0R Tfl'HV, KTOHY
1 lir?<- m Ttrr- ty i|t 'iitr^-t la f.? e ' rd r. ?lth ?no
n in i r*-'r.>-'?? ivic tl.?i.> tvrr' . 'i. m
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* t;t. H#t.tr. Iij.m.v 'I .Ttia1. . ona of tlie
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FOR SALE-NO. 24 VANOKWATkR STREET ? A
tram* dialling home and lot. 1ft feet wide kv ttfwt
deep Apply to HE RY HIMON, bii y.
EflOB SALE UN VEKY BAST TERMS, is. WILLIAMS
r burr. a two rtnry ?nd Imminent hou?e, aud lot. incited
cb nr.. of the i?-?* iiuiDMi thorough fire? M ?> nu?.e
and in the Tiiinlty of the ilipjards well viapted fork
tradesman or mecl.aoio. 11 ill be sold on libera terms u
ti e owner i? about leavimr the citv Inquire of R. WHIT
1NG, 899 Fir?t ttieet Williamkburg, near North ElevtutL
Mrtat N B. ? -No agents need ap;ly.
For sale, in williamsburg.?two houses
and lotr fur ?alo at the northetst end of Wilson street.
hitvn.ii Let- ar il Division avenue* The houses aro fiuialio 1
in good itj le, with him le mantels and Hliding do^r* on the
lirHt htory centra pie<es, Ac. Oho lots at* 25x108 feat
Terfes easy if appl'ed for.sorn. For ful (ikrticularsapply
to J A V. tS CA R? (jIIEU, 140 South Sixth atxe. t, Yt'illUiuj
bug.
|7U>R 8\LK TfitT CBEAP-A .VHITE HLUbLt.
r front boos), on Third place. Brooklyn. J'he b gnli
In t wr* ?ood location, i?fcuw. and "mtainr all the modern
in provew.ents. >hu lot it IB!) f?*"t ?)or? with aineooart
jkDvnfiont Price 88 IKNt $5 dW e?n reramr en boed nod
n?ori?:,? Inuui/eo^ 8. P. TOWNNjiND 82 Nassau street.
BIOR RALF OR TO LL1'--K2 fulton street, the
lower l">rt tor u u'oro, th- upp-<r part for a hotel, or tue
wtoleffr ? ho'el Ala j, the banum -nt 67 ChasuborJ ?tri>et,
now utcd an a restaurant. Inquire on tue pretn.ios of each.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?A COUNTRY ItBSI
<len< e ?uil farm containing t r*.y r.er- s in the t wo of
Newc??t!e, fifteen nivot?< walk from cepot at Ohapa<na
oa llarieir. Railroad. Woktchester ooo? ty. A handsome
new hi tin- ani' outbuiloicgs, nl.u'y of fruit nn>l sh-.ie inm.
a vct v de ir bit- j lace 1 or further particulars n.plv to M
II. K IN SUIAElt ol# four it tvonuo, from 3 to 10 A. M , and
a to 7 f. M.
FOR SALE OR TO IEA.-IE?TH >5 DESIRAB E AVO
eligibly situated eottago at fm.'tb s terra o, hta'?n
Jslavd, wltbin ton uiutitif walk of (Quarantine lerrv The
bouse 5* new nnd complete lb every particular. It oo:u
mami" nn vniire view if tbe b?j and narrows. Apply at
1A7 Broadway, loom No. 14.
Liquor store for sale?tiif. interest in
iht lease of a five story bouse and store, with stock
ai d fixtures, at present doing a good business. Apply at
2v7 Foortn i.ih Mreet. hetw>en avenues B and C. N. B.?
The toiieoituts U-a .o the ?tore rent free.
Rare chance.?for rale, tue lease and fix
' tur.'H, ur any part of the iixtn-os te aoourumodato tho
purchaser, of a xtore, ?i b dwelling attached. The looa
lion is ouc of the belt ii 'be ci-.y t'o? any businesk. Ruat
< Ir ap. Inquire st No. 14 ('arminu Btreet. or'?f Mr KCJUX,
1 f>7 bowery. Will be sold to day, as the owner has left the
city.
Stationery STORE for SALE?IN ONE OF the
best locutions in the city, now doing a good and inorcas
ing bueinest; the stock ball <n giod order. Or an active
ybuuit man acquainted with the busineis, with a small
capital, would tie taken as a partner. For particulars ad
dress, wi'.h real name, box 2,KG Post^>ffijn.
SALE OF LOTS AT KEYPORT. ?the FOURTH SBJtl
annual sale of lots of the Florence anil Eevport Compa
ny, will take place on the property, at rTnion, near K.ef port
on Friday, June SO, at 10 o'clo'-k. The value and import
ancu of this location, as a hirbor and uepot. id so well un
defs ood as only *o require being seen. Boatii loave foot al
Murray street, at 9 A.M. and S P.M. leave Keyport at
8 AM. and Union at 4 P. M. Maps and information may
be hid at the offices of the Company, at Uoiou, New York
or Philadelphia.
The lease and furniture of a very neat
two story house, west of Thompson streot. near Hous
ton. suitable for a private family. Will ho sold at a valua
tion, the present tenant being anxlons to leave the Mfcy.
Address, post paid, S. G. B., Swarti dispatch offioe, Chat
ham square.
TO AWCIAL.
nnn CA8H ADVANCED IN ANY AMOUNl
3)t)v.UuU ? on watehes, diamonds, jewelry, silks,
oloths, and on all kinds of collaterals, or same bought liber
allv for cash. Terms liberal, and strictly safe and oonfidea
t'al at the Grand street Loan Office, 237 Grand street, up
stairs. Entranoe Reeves' dagnerrean rooms.
d>cn nnn TO i^oan?ON diamonds, watches,
flpUU.l/vU jeweltT, Ac., or bought for cash. Good city
stocks, notes, bonds and mortgages, hills of exchange, Ae.,
negotiated. Business eonfidential, and niomptly exooutod,
at 102 Nassau street, room Nb. 2. THOMPSON A CO.,
brokers and commission merchants.
&KCI fififi TO LOAN ON RIAL ESTATE IN THIS
Jllv/.VuU oity. Mortgages bought. Apply to P. C.
BULKlEY, 31 Jf alljtreot, between 9_A. M nad l ?. M. _
<fr A e nnn t0 iend-on bond and MORT
?|Pt:U.UUU gag*, in various sums, on goad productive
real estate, in this city or Brooklyn, that must bn worth
double the amount wanted. Apply to S. S. BROAD, 13
Wall street.
nnn ro ?300? WANTED ON BOND AND
tjP^uUUU Berthage for a term of yetrs, on valuable
city property. Apply to L. H. P1GNOLET, 187 Greenwich
streot, corner of Dey.
?nnn WANTED, ON BOND and mortgage,
? UUU for two or three years, on oropcrty in Morris
county, New Je?ey. Address Bond, Heralil office.
A CONFIDENTIAL BROKER?IF YOU HAVE
goods of any kind and wish tlicm sold for immediate
cash, a suitable person can be found by addrensing llroter,
Bioadwty Poft office Best of reference K<>euas to re
sponsibility and capacity to do the business.
Agency of the state of Illinois.-notice
is herebr eiven that an instalment of 112 wi'Ibe padoi
eaoh f 1,00(1 of the slock ol too State of Illinois, at the otftce
of the subscribers. on and after Monday, tl.-< third day o<
Jul; next. W aDSWOkTH A SIULDUN, lu'.erejt Agents
Mo. '&) Wallstreet
Ant amount of wonky, in large or small
rani, to loan, advance, or purchase at bight; mnrohan
dite, diamonds Jewelty, personal property or nnllnteral so
entitle! of cash value, at the old responsible sul safu P*
cifu Inau office, ovor tie I'aeiuc hank, ootner Broaiwaj
and Craud street. Terms liberal.
8XCHANGE AN1> BASKINGOFFICE-WOOD A DVS
LAP, Cincinnati, Ohio.?Collections payable in Cin
jinnati remitted ru the day of payment by tirst ranil.de
ducting current rate of exchange only, for those payable
with exchange the f?e? of the oill Kill be raraittea. for
collections at all other points throughout tre Wont, pro
deceit rcir.iit?d on the day that advioe of payment i.i r?
eeivt-d, deducting one quarter cummisiion. Having re
sponsible coi-iesponiients, we are enabled to eollect upon
all |>oint? with facility. Refer to:?
Cbaa A. Esq., Cashier Amerioan Exchange Bank.
Sam'l B. Whit.o, Esq., Cashier Grocers' Bank.
klchard Berry. Emi , Cashier Tradesmen's Bank.
T. K. Ackla. Ken., Cashier l.eather Manufacturer's Bank
Finlev, Kiiusin A Co., bankets, Wall street.
J. T. Van Vlcek A H-r.d, bankers. Wal' street.
J. M. Davioi. Jones & Co,, Importers, 10G William street.
MONET -CASH ADVANCES MADE ON DIAMONDS*
watches, Jewelry, silverware, valnabliM. aud persont 1
Sromrta generally, oi bourht for eaab K. WOOD, 69 'li -
on street reoond floor, trout roojn, fromfi to fi P.*. Sji.ol.
did oil paintings for ?aie
\'ON*Y-AT5#?9BROADWAT, C1SH ADVANCED ON
J.V*. watches, aiam'-nds, silver ware, jewel'v, sUita, elotha.
meretnndisi ai.d valuahl- s of all kind*. cr bought for oa?n.
Rusmoss confidential The highest ptirea paid in eash. at
$ay Broadway, up ..tans, room iron 8 to 5 o'cloak P. If
WATCHK ?7jK WBUET, AOs
CIOOFER V ATCDXS ?GOLD COOPER D0PLE\' AND
J lever Watches some in burning esses, sp'endid time
keeper-. f?* sale very low. at wholesale and retail, b/ U. C.
Al.LtN, 11 Wan street, sccond fljor, near Broadway.
CtHRONOMFTER WATCHES - VF,RY FINE POCKET
) ebrosoinetcrc, which rua without, rvuy perceptible vari
ution, fir tali at lei>> thau uMtal j ices, wholesale sad re
tall G. C. ALLEN, 11 Wall street, seoond lioor.
JURGtNSEN WATf-UBS?SI'LBNDIO JIJRGF.VSEN
matches ltvers nod chronometer*. petlon time kee^-or.,
tor sole very low, wholesale end re' nil
(1. C. / LLEN, 11 Wall i trect, second floor.
I) M f.NT LEVER WATCHES -FINE ENGLISH
latent lever wa'.ei oi>. in gold a,d silver ca-o*. full
Jewelled nod plain, tine tiino kocpers, for civic, wholesale
and retail, at lets than u>ual pilccs.
C. C. Al.LLr*, 11 Wall street, second floor.
CPICTACLES, GOOD AND CI11Ar, ACCURATELY
O * jr.?ied to vision anil t x-liMiged Ircr, if notiattslac
tory ?>5 Proesser I'll AN Kh Uptiaion by diploma to f.ha
New York tin Hospital and tpeetacU mastr to the Eyo
Inlm ?ry, No. 2 Paik row, opposite the Astor House, w
at 52 Bom ry.
LIUlOttB, AC.
9f| lino OLD STYLE BTOWE JCOSS tiCHT*
fa.11 U"u dam ?tu. old club sohiaops ana Loa
Jon c!-> Jial gin, h.andies. wines, a:e* por-wr brows st at
fi-cnr- e.hainpsgies Ac , for sale by W. 11 uMD4-U'J-i<
twviity per csut btiow any other house, >:?.) i'rooine eucot
Havana segars, wholesale and retail.?
1 le subscriber I 'ps to csM the auction of coniiois*
? turf to his slock ot cl.uiee segntl, ouibraclug most of tUa
r r 1 ranils in tho market, lintel keepers, grocers and
them supplied at the inwsrt rules
. GEO. KENNETH, 103 Wall street.
Tjl CHaZODRx ES. SOLE AGENT 1^ Tfli VS1TF.D
P ? Mates of >1 i rne-t > febens, of Bordeaux, olTcn fur
? >!? in eatks < r b<j cs it > (19 franklin met corner f
li" a'iw*;. tbe suieriur chateau Prrgauwn raidoe, elarat,
branded ? i.lins ?f^i> en-, .- of th? le rated ehat-au <1 ir
a*d -cctivid'tire-1 fruiu th" agent o' th- Marquis ?'? I"
.VariMnss; * so, red and whit? it ? ilea ax and Barwnnly
vitee, champspne f variui!4 h?*Mls en eri r H*van? se
cur rb-n cnl . smile? 1' t' e atinues iho foreign ani
<i ii ti'i< exi I '.ir.o brokeofli. e, bl Frunt street, or I'i
l.icsd street.
nmuRAJte-B.
? BTORF bc" INfcl'R^KCF COMPANY N*0 r.7Ctnr
ii I "Hi < t <r <f DnS'C sttee'.?At an e'e.tlun held on
tlie li'th ii'*t . tli? folio ?in* named gruMemen were duly
. i, i ii #? i '?i i'r> for the en ni r^ t >.?r via : -
" re. 'I PuicVn- y, J '?oph C Appli iy, Benjamin Merriam
,T !,? /v Pi,ntlbg, i? ui 0. Aflliur, John it, Morttau,
FTIi i I J rsks Francis ?> nKSlniy, A.bram UiirTi.o
F?'fr P C'olliat, Ulsl a Brooks, Nash M .seviau,
: t 1 I. V* ;,tits, .1 l.ii l.evcrldge, t m ^ ilrnw".
' iiinu Mi n, John B > nnbam, Tiios Williams Jr ,
i. . t'ci 'lin, Kbenercr II. Itrown, Geo il Frsnkbn,
' ?tlT It lit lis, I.en I! ft'nltHeld, "'?nj. H" ( I %n
i -ii > liri i'y, 'alfrt ScuiidOr. Cllii m Qlose,
i\ k l ?. rc*> H Jiii tsF Frethom, Stephen Pa I.
A? dst ? mi ?ei)B?t reetlnf of th? directors, tViiliamT.
Plri'-:n?y ?. i , #?? niMluoasly elected President of the
' tii t i?i j for t/j: nent jear - New V.?rk, April 13 IS.M
Ht)lJ T. I>. tiAKI' Secretary.
IIAJjU'iu.', UHi IN TRANCE ' ()* PANY ffr;<E
I. No fYrjpnrnw i cmtrof i hatbain ?'?eet, 1-sttretnn
i: t i' , ? | ! vera i M' (cr i * n.: i ? I l.?-^ and daiuiiKe blite,
oi d?ci'lnj? ii f 'i eri-l.ai.nie. ic
.1 ( V I." AT C_o J. JtU* > PR1 I' , President.
rill MF1I (POLITAN FI ? R INbURA a < K C'OHl'A
I ? r f| 1 i* ? I C.'XH.I (? Olho" I(1M Broail sav ? ?>
i trol I'ii ?rtru t iij c.rri tnvieni-w prep,rad tii insure
? it'll mer' 1 r.d -- p fnat rr"Pc'tj. and ?.ps In purt
iicd tl.elf hr(i <a, again-* .?? ?i dao.age by (ire,
riB KCT..R*
Jar im Lnrlmer Craham, it'at ran Delsno. Jr.,
Fda i.rd ^ bi cbouse, lie ? ^y V Butier,
Ji<ep) f! Vart.t-m. H -w.-s !t Mcl aln*.
I ? ir . Appleby II- i ry D-rlvlit Jr.,
r?M tic' 11 Wolcotb, ""anil Ba? b
w il.si K Sno'ng, (;:ii.i-r I, 'kraan,
M s* i la lc J? ep I M ?tr, uf,
Ji iris (i. f- cl'''.|i, 1 ? rraln Kreeman,
1 ? lc I*?iill, Bdw rd MacoiUMT,
( 1, '-Mi ' I I n ver, .1. b . I ? Fa'ge,
1 Hi Untf. .! ., I barles T -??!.'
Iisae H '11.1 r fl re .itali ? i i.i.r
.1 uk ah AK, Pre.Utnt.
Vl?n: IT* VI.Is- >1.
TT l F) ? r? TO A Y A i DRES ? O THE R? l EIPT
' I'A n uts, Ipatrnotli ns bi.w ?.i wilie a -pifHual nr ?li
tter. Ad ref (fost julji .ii it EAM, BuSalo New
Iwk.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
1l\l\n DROA OW AY.?A > AHCE NEATLY FUrt
. . Vv> I mat rd third atory front room and middle room,
fi rrri't mtbout board, to two or three quiet gentleman,
willing 10 rcoBi together, the f?'i ily strictly private,
frd but thre* persona in the koua?. Terms resaonaale.
Ktfercnces required.
7?t) BKOADWAY.-AN ELEGANTLY FlHlTnaGED
(0?oite of room* to let to a fa m)y or atngle gantle
a?a with or without board. aeala aarv< d II tooma: alao
.wo siegle rooms Tbo bout ocatains aJI ' 10 modem'm
Trovomeuts ______ ________
n A Q BROADWAY -LARGE AND ?SP1KABLE SUITS
Ot O of roouia with full board; alao, rootcs for single
#c!.t!r men. Famillta travelling oan be accommodate! tran
siently. .
C/fl HOUSTON STREET, ONE BLOCK FROM
(JtI Broadway ?Quod furnished rooms to r nt together
or erparate; hnuto lighted at h rot*- and bath room free.
Alao. country hoaidin*, bathing. ti-U1 qpr. boatieg, Ac. Ap
p:> ?<? Mra. WEI>UCKST, ?> alovo. _
37Q FOURTH STREET. NEAR LAFAYETTE Pl.ArE.
I O ? Fuiuiali?d apartments, with or without fall
lord. I"
OQQ B.OADH-AY. BOOM 10.?THE ?EW YORK
tOf7 boarding exchange have crowds of boarders fl?rkia(
in daily, and ib? unit rivate families au.l So.rding h ?i-?e
k.'f era who register tbeir oimui, are ipai-di'y furtiia'iud
wt'li nn h hoaruara an they require, in New Vork, Itraotl pn,
* iliiairu' urit lloli'kin and Joraey ?ity. boardera ara
p<r)i.?ly oir?cted, fiaa ?f charge
mrirnTii p*: * i et, opposite clintom halt.,
A'tor p' ? ?s -A fino anit of rnoma to lot v tth
I card, 1 n 11 o itcid floor; alao, a fine airy baaeuuut lii.ad
li ran 1 C.ue
/?TO Es ST PTM -F. ? Tn RTREBT.?PRIVATE ROMID
t'Jmi may be ltd ut.i l.? abore hic'ly deairable location,
either transiently < r p"i inanently. The ri otna an woll
iurriiahed airy, and provided with gas. water, and plenty
of rloaet rooir. auitaole either for families or a few kiu^u
renticmen. feafercnce of the highest character.
A C GROVE STREET, NEAR BLEEOKER. A HaND.
aon.e rtiit of ri urns co tuiuing erory improvement,
will be let with hoard, the occupant to have exclusive Use
r f l ath Ac. Hoi ao Urn class, location moat disirable. He
foremen exehangod.
4 ft WEPT NINtTEEXTH S7RFET BETWEEV F1FTH
I U and Sixth aventtea ? Fnmiahrd rooma to let. wi h
board for families or aing<e gentlemen, in a tirat cUaa houae.
Kef> renees exohaugci*. Arp)? aa ahore.
OQ WEST SEVENTEENTH STRtET.?OINTLEMENt
? O and tbeir wivoa and tingle gentlpmoq can n ? aociiro
liehly furoiibed rooms with board (private t'tble if de
fireii ) in cne of tho moat desirable locations la the citv.
Apartmerts eo suite or single. References exenan^ed,
fli>nac ka- all ioiproveiuestB nu%r Union pare promenade.
07 HOWARD STREET, NEAR BROADWAY?A
? ' 4 llMIUifuru;alie<t room to 1ft 10 a sing'o genileman,
or gent iiiiuii and laey with full or par'i il hoar 1. Alao, %
aingle room for a single gentleman. Warm, cold and shower
baths.
O C WASHINGTON PLACE, BETWEEN BROADWAY
and WaabiDgton park?.Strangers visiting the city
can be nccomoiodated with large, airy apartments. The
bouse contains ail the modern improvement).
MBOND STRET, NEAR BROADWAY?ONE OR
two deairaMe large rooms, with board, for gentlemen
and their wivei; also rooma for single gantleinen. or two
yoorg ladioa. The house haa gas, and all modem conve
niences. Reference required.
A SECOND STORY TO RENT TO GENTLEMEN, FUR
nlshed?The whole floor ju?t vanated. The rooms are
delightful for summer, and suitable for ? party of gaatle
a en, or would he rented separately. The house is newly
furniahed and only one block from the St. Nicholas and Mi
tropolitan Hotels; also, small rooms. Please call before 11,
or after 3 o'elook. at No. bv Prince itreet. Gas and baths.
A SPLENDID SUITE OF FURNISHED P\*LOR9
with bedro?m attaobed, to let at 3S Clinton Place. A
fine, cool, airy looation, and honse first class. Also, at 770
Bioadway a parlor and bedroom to a single gentleman.
A FURNISHED BEDROOM TO I.ET-X^TH OR WITH
our partial board. Enquire at 27 Horatio street. Refer
ence exchanged.
A PLEASANT PARLOR AND BEDROOM TO LIT,
furnished or unfurnished, together or separate, ia a
small private family. References given and required. Ap
ply at 94 Whlto street.
A LADY HAVING A HOUSE, PLEASANTLY LOOAT
ed, with all the modern improvements, would 1st to a
gertlen an and bis wife a front room and bedroom on the
?econd floor, with board, References exchanged. Apply at
62 W illoughby street, Brooklyn.
Board?full or partial, for two gentle
men in a private family, No. 47t> Greenwich street.
Terms moderate.
Board?in a first class house west of and
near Broadway house a remarkably cool one, furni
ture all new, baths and gas. A generous table. Street
elean. Best reference required and given. Pleas* call at
29 Clinton place, Eighth street.
OARD.?PLEASANT ROOMS TO LET, TO A GEN
tIonian and wile, or two or three single gentlemen.
Location very pleasant. 207 West T??eutieth street. Baths
and gas in the house. Best referenoc given and required.
Convenient to Ninth avenue stages*.
Board.?a lady and gentleman can obtain
well furnished rooms, connecting with folding doors,
(with board for the lady.) by addreaaing Widow, Union
square Post Offiee. House ouiet and retired, and plessant
ly located None need apply but those that are willing to
pay liberally in advance.
Board.?some vert handsome rooms ark va
cant at No. 10 H nitrify place, which can be bad at a
very reasonable tat* fur tb? Bummer, by applying immedi
ately.
Board.?a front parlor and bedroom to
lft tu a gentleman ani hie wife or two sirgle gontle
mtr, in a private family, whsro tb e comfort* of a homo oan
le < njoyed; all tbe mortem improvements, and oor.ti^uous
to stag* a and railroads Call at No 145 ffeit Twenty????
c(>bd street, between the kixth and Sovontb avenues
Board in a private family -any persons
wi-bing to obtain board in the ountry will do well to
apply to J M. Inyard. at Bergen Point. New Jet8"y, tie
>ae u largo and commodion* house, witn everything oaliu
lntcd to ma' e the season papa both pleasantly and agree
ably. Tlii house ie entirely new, and wbile it oocupies the
mot t pron.ireut tits in the village, command* a vie* of all
tbe er i?'fnt country, and of the cities of New York. Brink
yr>. Jtrsey ( itv Newark. Eliiabethtown, Ao. He would
prt f<r aa few ebildren and nurs ;? as possible; therefore all
mi l families and single gei^leinen who desire to spend a
't* montls in the country wi 1 find it to their advantage to
r*. 11 Ao.os? to New York several times a day, b> iteatn
los's Huguenot and Sylpb. foot of Whitehall street, alio by
stage*. J M. ESYAKD. Bergeu Point, N. J.
Board in a private French family.-an
American gentleman wlthing to practice the French
language, can find a room, with full oi partial board, in a
French family. I,oration hear Second avenno and Fourth
stieet. References exchanged. Add:ess B. P. F., Herald
office.
Board near st. john?s park?a family, wno
receivo but few boarders ran accommodatc two or
three single gentlemen, or a gc-.tleinan end hi * wife. Tho
rooms urn very(?iry a<.u comfortably furaidhed The location
very desirable and the fa.ui'y saall and quiet, though en
cial. '1 ?rin<< moderate ana references exchanged- Hot and
cold baths in tbe bouse. Apply at No. 6 Beacn street.
Board nfar Washington squarc.?Tiro sin
kg'e gentleui> n can find pb a ant r-.owt on second floor,
in a unail jrivate fsinllv wh 're no otho,-boarder* ar > taken.
Kooaio will be lit to lodgers. or with liroaLfest aud toa Ap
I 1 \ at ?'u. 214 Wooster ttreel.
Board in brook lyn-conven if, vt to souTn
or V*'all strict ferries: cesiraMe location and pleasant
rron s; suitable for a gentleman and wile, or linilo go.itlo
irin Apply at No. 1U2 licnry street, between Atlantlo
and State streets.
Board in brookltn ? a gentleman and
wilo and also a ifssl* g?utle'i>an ?M Ke accotomo I1
with iiuard in a fatn'ly where there are but few b?*rderi
taken in. A pleasant location live minutes walk from Ful
ton ferry. Apt ly at67 Higllstwei
Board in pouth urooklyn.?a private fami
ly. oecnpjing a first class bonse eloso to thegonth
ferry. Brookly n, will bo I appy to accommodate one or two
gent letter, or a gontlennnii and his wife, witli board. R?
ier?r.O"S exchanged. Freti h and F^ni-Hsh spoken by the
family. ?PP'y "1 ?'? Pacific street, between Honry and
Hicks street, Brooklyn
Board in bouTii brookltn.?five rooms.
1 andsomcly fnrulsliei, may I e obtained liy a few first
class bonrde.-s, in tie now and elegant house 320 Honry
str ft A pleasavt and dosiruble location, aud convenient
to the ferries. Reference* exchanged
I>OARi> IN THF COUNTRY, ON TnB HARLEM RlfL.
J roao want- I by two f-rEtlomen iioi^g business in N?w
York. References exohaaged. Address, with lull purlieu
l?rs, to A J. C.. Hernia office
Board in nor.oKFv -oentifmfn anb their
ttivve, or sirslo guutlemeD, cay obtiin good hoard
and pltaisr.t tc >.;? by hi>plying at 17 ^ asbingtun terra e,
cne minute's walk I'rom the ferry. References exohanged.
Board on statfn island persons destrocjs
of obtaining beard In the country f r the onming iuni
'jti r, m-iy k*M of a h?*l.l>y and tikftk) ImiMw in a pri
vate family, iy avplytn ? ?t iFe" sticnt, or of toe >ol
Letor en board steaoib at lieiuenot. (ii od stalling for
htrsca.
TlOARD WANTI D?BY A PINOLE OEN.TLEMAN, IN
I.* tie ?i Inity of llrecnwirh avenue, Char.es. t'rrry, or
ilummond street*, a ?lnil? r>om prefer'ed, and tiron lit
te exceed Id pei week. Addrsis Augnstus Herald offloe,
stating full la-ticu'art.
O t>A I!5? *? ANTED?IN A QUIET FAR* HOUSE. CON*
I.' veeicnt el acces* to the ef'y fur a tna-rt?d lady, with
h art for the bu'lan' on ^?t'?rl'sy^ and Sundats of e?oh
we k. Add e'?. ?ivh terms location, io , fi. J.L., Union
stitiaie l est tifllce.
T)OA KB W>\T1D? IN 1IIF, COUNTRY, 81TUAT?D
J J near tbe w iter, b> a Inly, infant an i ntirse. A f?'m
I ? u>e pref.-r-t d Addri es D. 8., Herald office, stating
i ru.s aod 1'ialion
TJ OAF D ?>N1fb IN brooklyn.?A OENTLEMAN
J' and w if? v s il a pieaiant room, with beard, in s o.l
rn Ifhl orl.t cr, w 'thin live, or ton minutes ?a'k of tt'nll
s*te?t < r Soul f-rry. Adilress. s sting aceomnioda*i-?*ia
and te/ms, which jDuit be reanonable, P. W- V., Herald
office.
poARD WANTSD IN nor.ftKF.N F"R TWO YOU,"JO
J) men? A lfirge, eoi ifor'aMe room with two bede li-rnn
luiist lie moderate. Address Ljly, Herald office. ,
I'l NO PLlASiNT LIKE rOl^iKV MO?R
Ll nvsiltst and cheaper Tlii n w hotel C-T3 to i>79
?ivil ,vn ue overloo* ng the crystal 1'ilace fir health :<r
' eatitv ol prosp- t if nt suts1'1*'1 hy city or country
I-11 tns fl to meals t'2 to p,-i weok. t'?rs every three
li inntes
pOATtDr 0 -TWO HAN'DSOMtLY FURMSHED
X* ri" tn? to li t t .etKer or separate, wl'h board, to a
, M.tl r. n and lady: tie location one of the m >st pleas ?n'
atxl retired en the wst side of se,| n?"ir 8ro< tway. For
(kttleu ars addict's f.opM*. ll oadwsy Poet Oidoo
I tO/LDINO ?A IIAND OMEI.Y ?UR - ISHBD ROO'.J
I.I si ll hedroom may i e obtained with or without board,
r tt i' a I l>- lot a gentleu.ao aud one: n ?o a fs w sli ;le gin tm
mrii can be acnomcno ated. Aoply a*. 31 Catherine* street
H?>A ?T.? n ? pridtis ON TilF. ;F.COvr> FLOOR.
neatly forni^oed, tn lat with bna-d to i entlexnen or to
? . - tic nan at rl hi wife Als" a hall hsd'ooni at list
I ? - nerd street, five do >rs east ot Btoadway, Several day
I o trrfere rub je aeecuimoda'ed.
TXIaRDINO-A I K? FINK. COOL. AIRY Rli ?MS,
I I mltsb ( I, r f a it-1 r or stugie goo'lein- n. msy bs had.
WI-I nil" ? r part' I I r., d at the Barker House >.?*. 21 an ?
Kami)'on a%ein e Smith Brooklyn, within a Half
n it ie's w alk ef t.li* fs'ry. J B vitKtitt
J>"ARDl' G - V Ft" SING H flf.N rr.V.Mt.M OU (IFN
i r II?? r sfd t!" r wives can "e afli um no letod wl'"i full
?.r psttial btian' In a fel.hlv respectah e I mil.v residing In
e?->< pl/sssr' or.l n iril '?-t?I|J|f9ltjf jf'of jp ijtiv'a
'Ms epp"/ at Ui toudson itrett.
BOARDING A\t? LOOOrNtt,
TJOARCINO _ 1 w o l.Af.t KOOM5 ON PECOV|>
XJ flutr hand.onirlj fornisbed with bath>. iu and i.?n
trio ati.cb<d, to lot tv llli or without ? oard, at 127 0 ?d
f'li It reel Mir SI John's ?>%rk?oue of tie plea.aat.st
loeatloa. In tba city. b<??e6m ciasa.
"pOAROINe-OFNTLEHBN WITH TIIIIR WIVES
k? will 1nd I t. .i' I toil ro ni? in
r?r ? : teclty in h. N? 11 anJ 13
I i?!!j . i I. 'Mw from Seventh avenue, l it,
trar.i<-nl boan in* at a r'a.onabl* pritv per dty or wooh,
5i!'rtDC*S given aid K-quired.
I 1 CRMSDEO ROOMS TO 7,*T AT NO.
' ti m?., i, **'' elrv room* xui'ablo foraKc'n-'
Ji,!?. *'? ?,r ft P*Ti7^of gentlemen. A loo aingl*
| Two yonvf tftdlll ill be accomiLodated.
I "D0APD1NG-AT 624 BROADWAY. TWO GENTLE
, X* men ana t heir wivra fan le aecntninadatttU with dc.irav
j ble room. r.uJ board, transient or prriuanont.
I>OARDTVO May RE OBTaI "??1) AT 49 AND~M
J Men Twenty te-ond ?t-oet between Fifth a-it Siitb
j avenre.'. 1 fiuiin or permanent l i>*r ier< wi'l Hn.i in th'g
I S w V'1 ?I"-'e t rpM'inuN and ?till fumi.hed room*.
, ibr lot tioij lg boalthy <nd oenvp.'ieut to o na Iimmi and
t railioadi. Rturences unoxocptlonablo on either side. '
Boarding rw b&ooklyn oa fplton street?
A K'?re't(il lol.dy wi-die- to le' with or without par
tial board a liirji- froot nnd kae? ronni and two h*droom?,
tocftbfr or .epirate to a few (renteel yonu< i?i. Th<j'
! I . 11 ord?*r, and d^ei/abla; i.nly two minute* waUt
, frrm Hilton ferry. ^
pl.AIlEM'ON IHU'Sf?AT SOUTH BROOKLYN.
v <? nvi rtje rear Greenwood, ie now or ened for tb?
TI repnoi. ?.? ><.i rdtm. I. Ik t t??. tjv iltusted on G?w
: ?rt:f lev *M<|- eff -rdu tiro fi.ilitf. * for *urf bithm*_
Mage* r,?* ,i, ,ir?? ?v, rv threa minnle- in t|,? d?, f?t
I _L_"iLe ll''rv ,lxP'nce ? J yL'INt'Y ADAMS. '
i hoard - on* t>? Ttro families, to^
? *b sever 1 .Inkle t.ent'emen. -au be aroommo*
t *d . i D * ??'??-?Ptl? aud healthily altua<
1 mi'i. fiL"?.*" u*y :uit"d f"r t,e Pn'P about .eve*
rt ilr I H .-.ii"''? I; CI'? L,'l,>nt of 4ct'0'" either by *tage op
j . rTerv nr in the dav from A M ta I A Yf
i Add,., o >l 1 i. I ..X 1 K? i?BeIom,e ?
/^OI'VTnv BOARD VFaNTED?nv A GENTLEMAN
ball b? rai^i r*??r i1" "?.n? ^oar'' di.tano# 'rom the Clt? '
CH)i'\'fftf Hoard -iocatiun thrpv a vn a
> 11. If r.'-lee from Wh.te ^"d^pot.
indrerva t?*b?If"i"r11' J"1"."" p"r ehildron '
liS.To MillVr Vhite Plalni"' Par"?u1"' ?4""'
??WD'-A, UOOD ROOVS, WITGt
vy board for furniij. ? or 6in^l? nuriou*, may h? 14
i'c?ti?riD u"* *f M ?*H k&fi"' ,u,"'te l in ? htalthj
v-.i ? / a . Hmioi rlwr ami about two aad 1
? Sr^MtT^^Vlartt. UaJ ?n K'"C H'"1'-d- -d
FUKMSHED ROOMS TO l,ET.?0\E UROP n,uvw
be*nllful'> M;ua-,d. frooMuK on th. U.tteryE-uUa .U
'.r.i ?- I 8*n t'T' w',h ,,r wi'^out .rd, and ?ev
mlVe? Wo.?l5'>8tate tt'/'t'DV0 n'uir<"i- PM
?????>??-PARI ORR and REDROOMS, I
I tnerther. hindii'inely fnrn^ahed, in a (Ir-l
ela?? hovho. eontalrier ba'he, raa Ac in an open, airy and.
rentral In latir.n. t<> let to centle'nen <*niy, with or without
j IHeeckVr 8t*e?t!>r Apply at No. 4 L?B?y plao"!
F^JIOTP OR UNFURVISUED ROOMS, WITH OH
wttrou? board, for gentlemen and their wive? or einxlA
gentlemen In a fr,t cl.ee bone- with all the modern i^
I.rov,ment. at m Ea.t Seventeenth .traet moaern >?
riENTI.KDEN AND THEIR WIVES. OR A FEW
it IM M5/.g?nt. ean. ^""""nmodated with board,
boate street, oppoiite St. John's park. Bathlath*
I "t*M8HED ROOMS TO LRT?AT NO.
I ^th ^reeV.Dwith Ninth and
v.Ik i t 1 S. ^*ie ?odem imp'OTemeikta m ?ae
I bath, Ac. Ac. Ihreo lines of st.ges pws the * S *
PARTItL BOARD WANTED?IN A HlflHTV m
?peetaMe private family, by a lady wbe ba.had m??w
years experiance at a muxio teacher; would require the uea
nart "na".^!^ W,?"l.d b# *'** ll iastrueti^n 'S foll ?
I ^.sgy, Herald oVcT'- ??^fed. Ad.
I PERMANENT BOARD WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN
la KewVovb' ti*Pt| two JUAT" old' 'n ? Private family
Yaa S ' Brooklyn rT a fhort diatance ta the countrt^L
fad tllm. *k/ I box1286/0''t with full partioulara
and terms, which mast not exceed $26 per month.
"DLEASANT FDRMSDED ROOMS FOR TWO OR
Rooms to let.-an elegant large airy
room, with extension do , on first floor* alco other
SRSi n^Vr ^tb0Ut No ^ 0?eenwi?h2viinJ!
wa?A' TaVm anTSoUbathV ^s L"'" CM* tw? BUno,*? '
R?rUh-J? "T-TWO LARGE HANDSOMELY FUR
tubed parlors to let. separately, to gentlemen witt
romfeasaibr" *? ?
T^OOMS, NEAR WASHINGTON PARK.-A SMALL Fi^.
JV mily could aecommndate a gentleman and wife or two
single gentlemen witb plea.ant apartments For owticut
lars apply at 203 Fourth atreet, near Sixth aVeiue.
near Madlaon aquare. would let t^o"JmX?? "''o'eeariJ ."al
S 0 ?'a parlor and bedroom, without ? ard ' Addra? y Ji
I'tSr pl?cter?POhUn P0,t ???e- An>ericau Bibie House. 13
T" I'iTrA KANPSOMELY FURNISHED AND AIICY
AdTs" a^*nVtVei?%H"nUdr ho*\t f"r 'X on.yT
jjggr5AIo<t OUi-'
TO I-?t?FUnNISHED PART OF AN BlFrVvT
conntrj' rectdenee. b^antifnlly Bi'.nated two! vo'inilea
an^n,h.C C,tyV '.;th u"e of kitu' en ?Dd and room for
f"" M,rAT??f if r?T'ired Will bo let for the eumVo" or
longer. A<1dreMS A. Z , box 410 t'oat Ui&oe. l/nexoeotiona.*
ble relorenccs given and required. Daexoeptiona- .
T?H.NIsnED room, to single gev
*i*huSS'?ti.^? d< J,"luir# at co #nd 62 w?*
TnoFf ol?itini),Nr E^C|HA.k0E -p*R80N3DBSIR0U8
rlfare . all M . nr n'ra la v*hi" ?"?*ig???>orin? altiea w?[J
'K-W.tejsjIS.5!'
ffffijiS;!1'SXs'.'iSv
MISCKLLAVKOUS.
COOLERS, COOI.&RA. - ?VATK* COOLWRft. JUST
what pv?'vboo> and proved to ke the baft arti
cle made, hung pa-tleula?lj adapted for ?<? in offioei,
T?sf?!?,-?iriT??e h?n ? 4 &o , mad* in dia'irent licet
*nd v*tiety o? Amen, at 2&0 Pearl *treet, ,n?x. to Initvtl
Statu* tlotel.
If NT A LA VERS, MA NUFAf'TURERS OF WROPGHT
J and ea?t iton railing of t.r>ry description, gratln/*,
Iliutter* doore. uncliora, por'e'tl-t imh bed.levin, iron for
n tore of *tip rior ipia'ltv, iron fa-ui fences, corre'oondiug
latt**. Ao. Oidan fciate iilly received and promctly omj
cuted. EN i A L4. VERS. 22 Grand *tr*et
I'LEUANT AND CH6AP LAMPS INCLUDING ALfc
J the i.ew iiiiproveni tits and li?.*?t pattern!, f r oil,
CMrphrni, or l.ni niuf; fluid. alio a super < r quality ?f nam
pb?n? and luirniu '< fluid at r?dnoed |?ri' ?*. N. It.? Ever*
artinle ??rr?n?< d at-ropto ented. FKAN'^IS WHITE, 213
CaLul itrt ct, third tioor ua.t of llndaon street.
I HON RAILING, AO ?CPOH'BLL'g C1LEBR\TED
rart iron rulnui' VltkWt r:?nt4, warranted i?n v tin
cent? per . urn it g To'l cheap* r tliaa the ri*?t rallta r; alio,
the cheap if"P ?lr' (ami (ea<>. The New York foundry
and iron Rai ing Compter make an.' put op to order trury*
rnitty and tt ? le of lie iOiot* BrttoKit*. door an i wiudoto
rturiin, and ail other arti-lei in the lutith bull Hog or
lountiry line fnrnl-h<d with di>?t>u h, and at thu loae-C
price*. la icctlunn at the'r warerootn*, hoi 7'J
ind 81 Dnn'j ??r? <>t a few d-iurs eait . f "roadway Foun
dry fnotof Forty aiatii atrott, v<ort). riror.
PRESIDENT PIERCE'S CEI1TIFICATE TO TUB
.1 Nonpart i' II ir LuntraL?Mr. and Mr*. Pierce acknew
leilf tii' rtcoi>'i>n ol ?? ru vt ry ' ?'i';ieitely prepare I toi
let i.rticlr* Iron Mil. lilt'i * N f"r ? ilch '.her return theic
tlukli tlN m ir >.ry ki'.o The artl-le* wera
fenad t' ho ninit rxie' e ? atpeui;' l!y (lie luntrai and oroaui
io?p ? Waiblti'ion, <?* Mansion, O't *.W 1S.3.
bavin to an the ntig ml i efore iuo. March 22, v
Ren inter I rwis, Conimimionnr of Deed*.
F?r rale at di-pot '2 r.r?oi.,e ttre-.t, U'J II road way I SI
Boworj; Mr*. lluyn, Brooklyn.
Reward or indij t*v-w?o vantjs a quod
Intl. nr*ctnrinr ;'Uilet m fur 1 witifte'l a mauar&c
turini; m*< hln? ?itli :i tij." ? to ate it ,n? w ore >n he l)nl?
ted Slate*, v itli ? bin auyminorboyo hi yearj, ?? i make
cl-nr ? f all ?*feii?e? flM* ? D 'i.J,!i I'ie %? nlo uiaiiu an
tmed 1< In nto i ? ?rry oJv Iti?a re-p-i'taMe 'mi
BiiM f?. ?nd <an I r 1 r-? rnatt'd In lik? pr'-p rt.,(ft wi'.U oapit ?1
to ?1 o emonut <f !? 0 (HP 1 Ik- ? fi ' * *ili Ir full i-mon
itrntc-i to an* ?hh ?pp')'inr hy letter, ? it- a. alirjtatu
will nrpolii tltn an H ( l-i >? "'ma-tin*. AJ Ireir II.
TIN,Trinity BnlKlrtf, \ rw.
enn'r PABEJ-nwiuN a french siiovcv^r
0 ?ar?room f>7 ll"??ry r.r?r a'ker *troe*??< inado
In eTvry ?tvle, flit or |l?t?d, tra-e, rojr end -ruin wood,
Iiiehoi 'iny, Ao. N. B - Old i:a?o? taken in exchange. Or?
dtn are ploiuplly exeouted.
T O HIIE2T METAL WORK(H1-NOTIC? OB OP
lie mut ?* nab'fl ard uaefnl p??"nt? t?iat 1>%" li'-t
fr?n'-d ai'hin the l? t t*n vear* hen b<-.'i? awarded '? '''m.
"i-l-'er of Horrleatiia V f'eiter* p tent <?tc' Vlnroh
S.", IK I ) f"r * ?o?fl and i-TH'na' mae^lue fo* in?kl?<
fr> tu If PtKi ta I* it'll '*? t "f ( my k(ed) rhe*t metal 'uMng p<j^
it?y. 1't>t? m elilne l? n w IhIbj nxliinited bo'wcoii
1 our* of W A M k?ii 4 l* M . in room No l?. at No 1 w.tU
ftfet N??* Yor1 city, wli rr ail letor-'-led are ao'i it^td '?
chI'? loan, c ty, ronn?y and ?t?to right* for ?ale All
con tnnnlcati. at (pot' i'*i l) p*"mp I v r ipHe*' t<? in their ot
a,r xiiil.tM we im'Bk,
CM tKl.ES MILi.rft.
Pole proprietor*, >o It TaJl ?tre*t.
HOTBL.fl.
HOBOREN ?B*r?IFR?' IIOTH., CORNFK HUISOfci
*r- Tl.lrtl ?????" l,*ti'len, i,? nan h* *o ?>mi?"1ut >?
? ub apartwei t< rn?mtlv ?Itnated f?o<'i< tho rirer W' k
oi m It Iu o' ' our j *tih tiirr- oi nt>>? ? alk from '.he ferry
Ufc.'KO Ol.lTa MOTEL. V\t' n KttNP 0?f?f
fr irlttK? Itraroh \?wJ>i r?y tl # Van
iKkeantl Jo??ph II t iiuper nil" p>irnha?ed t'e *hn*t n i
t end aill ti* p.-ep?r'.i to a looo raod?t? hoarde** on Vt*
MliJ im. Th* |<.oatl'/a MUlt ae aorparaed Tb* ' on^t
and ftirmtnra in new tne e.tAbllaiiinnnl I? '.a |? *??!,
nu.at ei-.trnn-dtoua on the abore It*ar* 'a a da>!> owti'nt&i >
rit ui bv font m> ain o*'a *l?.. tba 'Ihmua- '. Ilm/-.t
- in (, t'ri ? ^~mna rt r*t"i t ?a4 '?? an
Ko-)t noD>iO"dat.t< i- 'or ^ l ettdog A larr*
boti trtiixir"t at* at i int.-ntion will take pU#i whec
he ?t t' r |. -oo mw r, r the a - .mii 'ata t.tt go un the rtv^r:
tt a rath will !*e anp(?lia.4 with m, nrv delieaey tit *,be e?aa ~n,
tl > re Hill k* tile heel ot e <?en :? nee tnd u in ?ha i*iten-,'o?
0' the prorrieteta tn epara r?i e&neti ? in inak" >he V,'ii|.
p' Itan In aeer* r^.p.'i I I, Prit ?*(-? a h it-! A; plloa iou to*
room*, t.r for ??? other Information relv(?n t . the I i'?L
f t /or- ? 'I . t... ? Jf /
to*. *. TaaDjkt, ^C?tb?xla?*llp, KewYor^

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