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?BT 0 WMPLAT, AUCTIOMBEB-ITILL SELL
H|tUb M?u?a, *a VtdiNlif, Jim 38, ?! II
? i.E,n tha primtae*, the two jruri inum
bib In, UK ofi put ifmalni If*. *0 ulUl
wi>carmof Vttta rttw*. no* iix
m Akhwrat A Daaglaa. u a plaoa of |m?l repairing,
?i i<m4 ru of work. On Iki pronloi i* a briok
B?i two atorlOi 13x21, tho lowor part oeoapiod u >i
hb hu obh. with Uon|t room above. aim a
?for'ithop. Alio, tho liltm, ieoUdiag * *t*am I
? with oticolor anil teroll law*. la oomulete ardor
?fpartionlar* apply to tho auctioneer, No. 4 Brand
hbthTiUCOLAT, AUCTION*!R-3UIkl rr*8
?le of diamond* and oilior Jowolry ?A. H. Nioolay A
If Nil nt oaotlon, on Thnrndajr, Jane '?) at 11 o'oloek
BloirtOM, 14 wall atreet. Jowolry?Br order of
IMF?about forty gold hunting watnhea, RNN and
? ohronoinotora. patent levera doplei, Ao , Ac .alio,
?H waiofco*. for timing horaea; alio, a row gold fob,
?id guard attainn, elegant diamoad pi at. ring*. A*.,
with a genorol assortment of other jowolry. Alio,
HI; ten eoniee, warranted to be Mild, eterllng
?M H. NICOLAY. auctioneer.-HORSES,
?viage*, Ao.?A. H NteolnyACo. will oell *t aaation I
?li;, Jnno9,nt 13 o'olook, In front of I. C Lad
Mo. 3 Now itreet. the soot elegant and complete
^??nt ever offered nt anotloa?the oompleto eetab
of a gentleman leaving for Europe, purchased bat
?no elnoe at a coat of over $2 500. Two blood bay I
^fttien band* high, without a white hair: on* of the
^^kiaetnt team* la the eity; warranted perfectly
kind la tingle or doable harae**, or nnder the
pair of bono* 1* aeeoad to none In the atty.
oaleoho, mannfaotored by Wood A Tomlin
rloh India satin, made to order; oo*t $1,100.
^hmi *et of doable harnoia, mounted with tho
^^^?d direr plate, and complete of the moat ooitly
Also, a *tyli*h pair of bay mare*, binr, and
^WbU harnou. The mare* are eight year* old, 14>i
?it; warranted *onnd and hind; are excellent nnder
^Ha, aad will trot la 3K ia doable harne**. Sold for
aa enamelled leather top baggy, aad ooatly
harne**; eo*t $128; baggy and tiaraasa bat
MtATAUo, a tingle *11 tot mounted baggy harne**.
CvCnON?3NE OF T. QILBKBT A CO.'S CELI
hMed pinaoforto*. with molten attachment, fully
two elaborately oarved r-eowood anita of parlor
aaverad ia Frenoh broeaUUe; eaay and Mwiag
?Kry rieh ia design and Aalth; a moct artutio aad
?U reaewood etegere, bait Anbauoa aad BrutieU
?; ran aad eo*tly oil paiatloga. including two faaoni
by f. B. Street, lanoioapei, Ao., by Me**r*.
Leroy. large aad imall oral aad other mirror*,
^?id frame*, a large variety (la tea room*) of inperior
1 aad mahogany bedatead*, bureau*, waahctaad*,
^M*-atetea. chxira, rooter*. *ide, oontre and fancy
^?at curl's) hone hUr mattra*?e*, pallia***, aallte
?low *had**, all ia excellent order; alio, a maaoga
?*B*ioa table, brocatolle aad laee ourtaias. eight and
b ona daya' pearl, lalaid and alabaiter clock*, mags!
? decorated China rate* and Parian atatnary, richest
?*>? and tea lot* (litot plated tea aet* lalveri,
^?kota, apooai, fork*, gla*? war*. Parian pltohar*,
M be iold at auction, by D. S. HOOOH, Auctioneer,
?odob, Jr., (aleiman). thl* day (Wedneiiay), at I
kjolook, at hoaie No, 396 Fourth avenue, between I
MMghth and Twenty-nlath itreota. Every oonveoi
Kremoval.
Hon notice ?wm. w. shirley, auction
?.?Large and potitive *al* of crockery, glau ware,
?ham, yellow, Britannia ware, oatlery. glaa* I
C?By J. 8. H. Bartlett, Wednesday J one 28, at 19
ki at No. 181 Pearl itroet, a ohoioe aaaorlmont of I
?granite ware, Fnrnaval'i make, juat landed, flown
|jpt hlae Bockingham ware, Mew England glaa* ware,
Eon notice.?oeeat special sale of
moaaohold farnitare, oil painting*, champagne, Ao. I
IB PABKS will loll, on Tbursduy, Jane 29 at 10%
k, at the sales room No. 79 Naaaaa street, a rare ool
? of anoient aad modern painting*, aold on aoooant I
Bwur going to larope. Alio, modern painting*, I
?0 subjects Alio, a large variety oi elegant parlor I
?re. *n *atte; rich enamelled ohamber suiUs, Ao, 8al*
?k. foroaeh.
pEWE PABKS, Auctioneer, No. 79 Niuan street.
?ion NOTICE?THOS. BELL, ACCTIONEEB.?
By BELL A UU8H?Thil day, at 10>i o'clock, at the
I room* 27 Contro atrert, variety aale of inperior I
ad good*?to oioi* a oonoorn?four trnaka of exoellent I
lor olothlnc, dry goods, and fanay article!; a large lot
I old Enallih Jewelry, tweaty-*even *llv*r ana gold
IOS. ohains. rit gs, pins, braoelets, plated aad silver
I all of whiah will bo sold free ai air. hale of furniture
inohahvh will sell
j|*'v,M ^.ool??k* at No. 10 North William
R f j oooonahand furniture, of dtiorioiiana
r?< Utrt1' clothinr Ao., ho, tool*, iinn'
Jy, wiaa* i?. ' ,00? *??"? W?m5 br?nd?,
SALE?THE UNDERSIGNED WIT 7
?lo'iilSffli u?,lftlon" 0B th# flr,t d?7 of July. ISM
?dSnlKi i"B0?in: ih* ,l,0P Eliie Uooimen'
?SflBSSpk w * pUo? ?t Col(l Spring, In
17 ?,I?YANU8 WARREN, > Assignee* Of
|< PlgEK B. LAW80N, ' j B?%1??.
SALE-THIS MORNING. OP ?55.
Krl?RI$R& PUn,??. Ac.?SAMUEL OSuOOD A no
?heek it L J * n* thl* morning (WedneadeT) at
*treet, the *t5ck of a aabintl
m5!?i i? f for convenience of sale?
?vtfa SfilitK m#0i ot bou,#bold furnltare, well
Htud fi ? i? buyer*. Alao, a collodion of
^ *?? ProP?r'y of a /amiIt leaviag the
IgaaS&ggs*ts^atr?
f- TUCKBB, AUCTIONEER ^the am
|M*o wtoldyieg, black silk isd lace mantillas Cm
Ac , at the salesroom of Joseph hrme*
? kiq .eorner of Hillouehbj andPearltiZZE r5?5 '
?*ke. place thl. morning SWKTSkBS
Iky.^hlVS.OT*,??* STORK 310 b*oad
L i?A m iiyri wagon and harness, on
gjP 'ffl". AUCTIONEER?QRRAT SALE OT
valttahle oily lot* at
tf' lb terr w Jiwllkia mlnut*?
h \*mJ!?Z'v?aZI fe?V ?uotJ?n*?r will Mil at
r *wFriday, 30th J una, at 01 ? o'olock P. M.,
LR hM* wlihiit reser re, to the highest bidder forty- I
deaUable lota lnthe astir* oft*. A
?? " ''?.b'??k No. 176, a^oin
/?., April 80, which gava auoh general
rf. ? ? 1m fallowing de??rib*d lota mat ha mii??. !
febta^L SSf( i:T m* 10'S ?a JUraey avian*,
latemjfVJ*?*South Fourth itraat,
g?S.MMJ nlttHiHt, three lota on Pavonia are
1 fonr lots on Newark are
looatione. Alao, four lot* oa
Kh^.^'P^" T,U|-'t"t'dgood' gantaal
t^T!!r^?^" /*r. - *??<?">?? ro*ld*acej, ?ad
7 wj?? BMwomi rosiaeaeoi, ana
- ^-wu5rk.T^M,n1' i5,?rriut5i
.*PW ?? ? inveaiment or Immediate improvement.
03k?; 'snsnh
sSSSSStSMy#
rs&sc&S j??ss.'sr^.
sS&xS'uSF- ???ssr 3
* krooaislle, roeewood marble top
*?*?*??. itotawood corner o op board, elegant
eodetepre ail* marble top and mirror, door* ul
.a&gri. dares
ganjs? gn'ssrjpiajx.'ia1
it? aSf AF.CiTI?1f*?R?WILI- SEL^ ON mi
i'-is '~5is:
I car pat a, Aa. Ortalogti.. ea. b.\?d PonT^rlday
ACTtfTIONEER?OENTE1L HOUSE
B2W!ArfWW<P> (Thurada*,) JnBa ?.
* ** W.lfaihyt.Hurt, naar Undion all tha
*ko ?? ramoTln*. It wiU oon?i*t
^aavtaioat of good parlor, dlaingroom and bad
? o?_,orary daaorlptioa; .uoh a* mahogany
?' ooach**, marbla top centra
? ?? <>o. *ofa do., tapeatrr and in*
Fy? large fail bar bed*, hair mattroaaa*
Sfc.tUfr' *ilT#r PUM ware, ro
Wtoben furniture, Ao. N. B.?*11 th*
W.remoTOd the hb? day and t^t day
?"M*P*ory, and mora fnU parttcalar* to
W. /**R:N8. AUCTIONEER 107 VALUABLE
-1.0** **? *** *?cUe?, ?ltuat*d at Fort Out Statan
from,.To?Pkln?TUla landineV
" i 11 ji th#. F??*I ??v Thursday.
M 4 P. W building lot* at tha abora plaee
j<Wto*ee^*?draMe, and tha dtaaoommand aa
f Hook. Port Hamilton tha
Newark Bay, Ao. The *aU will be
?*' **?" **?? tioiat* aan be had at the
M mMmui, oa the morning of th* daj of ?ale
'/?"* win w at the t*rry. Statan Ialand, to oobt*t
Mmt* fm *# *sp?M* to ani from tha gronnd. 7
EAT 'A11 OF IOT8 AT AUCTION-ON THURS
J??o?^t I o'olook. at ElUabetbtown. on the
Lfg?.' S*^?* ^re't- wtth an lnternt In all the lm
'^1VtOL ? KwHonVtreet"1 P"lU'U" of
iL*!* H? AUCTIONEER -LARGE AND
Ifrn**?' 'J"1 7^?*'' to*oth*r with
a?AV??yj!VZSi.B?^e*de,* Wll "U atauo
? VS^gvjg*-1"! Eriday, Jan* ?, and Saturday,
?* H ~S*?* the repoiltorie* of A.
k.rtr.'rt A riJ il???w?7' 127 Grand itreet, IS
"*p""";oockt.#Pf
fscMcSsK.asiss.'fi'Ssa
t la aaltod to every market in tha United SI?uT?.h
-enr nrtlele will bo aold without re*.".. oatbTmort
rati* t)iu The above *to*k wUl be aotd for tha puV
of olo.lag Uu bnijae** of R MrKlo.try, Jr. ;arur
'? ^ow roaewm will be opeaad, aad th* biiiaew o w
l?iw*Mi energy and aa aatiraly new and well
j Tb??m?Approyad note*, at aiz month*, for
? of |Maadanwardt; ftar month*, for inn* from kilo
WO.; aad*r E2S0, oa*h. Catalogue* oa th* day of tale.
**iYJL^SI,8'/U?iTI0NM* -?r H H. LEEDS
kf 2?' ^ Wodaeaday, June 28, at 12 o'clock, inTront
'o etore, 19 Naeaaa (treat, a black Indian chief Bare.
nlRb, tight or nia* year* old, r*ry gentle, and an
prf,- "?d krot?; b"b-? ??od "yl
\ will he aold without reserve, to pay expeniie* of
Piatl alio a eloe* family carriage, built by Wood A
iliaeoa, of thl* city, ia ia perfeet order, naarly ? aw aad
iTSilh^y. * "?.** ??"????. ???<! but little,
? f**?" order, aide by the aama party aa the abort.
I**J.HVVE*B8, AUCTIONEER-BY H. H LEEDS
'-> *** ?' "j >?X o'clock, at tha
room If Naaaaa atreat, by order of mortgagee, ne
r? (ale of (IS elegant gold watche*, by order of mort
without reaeive to.tha higheit bid
Tom/. j * f?y hn?uM larera, movement* by
Tehiaa, Jeraph French, Darwin, Arnold A Broa .
Jahaaea, aad other celebrated maker*, eitra heavy
iWt warranted aa rapraaented par tha cataloga*.
of thoa* in want of a dupe
_ >bi* thl* aala aa avar* watch
vJV'JfT*'*o the bighaat bidder without ra
?ort*MM Tana.?All purohaaea
t.W |h*. appreved ?adened note*, *r thrtfl
?K AMti wu?< fi0O cagh, city fu*dj. ^
teLBlATAPCTlOM.
DW1T ,1 LUH, AUCT10NBBR.-BY B. H.
EL L**4* AC*, Wednaeda,* JuaaJS a* Ue'aiaek. at Mm
MlM raom, 19 Vihm iWhL IxtMihi *al* of I print*
U^'t,T^LIM* *** flhkMi UlwItiM tU (tkn work* of
about UM? loluMt, MapruUc a*4**t4Ae. theolartoal nd
?iw?IUiMU k*b of ilutoN work*, poetry, IM art*,
hietary. TO two* ud tnnil, aatii|aiU**.curlosiU*a.oarlau*
work* ia aatique blading. laUiat, At. Antif other*?
Hacri?'s cw* of viMunuli of southern Afriaa, folio. 11
l*atar**ad plate*; Amerioaa, hi*tori<ial aad literary ourioal
tio*. folio, anliquitiaaofSootlaad, four vole. 4to; Old Cn(
land's Worth!**, f?Oo; Inverness EUrar (ooaorr; kit tor 7 at
writing; lap* of tb* westera world; iiluatraUd portrait' of
the female ari?tocrao; Swift'* work*, 24 vol*. 12mo ; John
?on'* edition of tbo British po*U, 75 vol*. 12 mo.; I.ayard'a
Nineveh and Babylon. 2 vols ; BritUb poets, 30 ToU. half
moroeoo Froia*atVs C'hromioles, 2 vol*. 8 vo.; Fiadea'* gal
lory of th* grace*, London; Kuprah*. Byron gallery, We
nrli nailery, with a numerous aolltetlon of othor rtltabl*
work*, wbiob wo would respectfully r*oomm*nd to Ui* at
taaiioigf onr Meeds, belag a superior and choice eolloetion
and worthy tbo attention of eonaoisaeur* in valuable work*.
The above will b* ready for exhibition with catalogue* |at
the gallery ai above, on Saturday 24th, until the day of *ale
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ?WILLIAM "VINO *
CO , Auctioneer*, will *ell at aa?tioa, on Wed leaday,
June StB, at 10l{ o'clock, at the *ale*' room*. N* 8 Pine
street a general assortment of household fiiruiturt consist
ing of UruiMli nnd three ply oarpet*. Frenoh plat* pier
glaeee*. bedroom mirror*, mahogany oofaa and ohair*, in
balftloth; mfpl* obalre, in do; moroeoo arinobairi, blaok
walnut extenuon dining tabl*. buffet dlniag room obalr*.
out glaieware, while ohina and dinner t*a ??!*, white and
buff dinner *et*. v*ry ooatly; emit of enamelled bedroom
furniture, cult* of blaak walnut and mahogany do,, Fraaoh
bedetaad*. dressing bureaua cabinet* and waihutand*,
wardrobe*, bookeaaea, *0.. hair mattre****, feather bed*,
bolitar* and pillow*, nnd a large a**ortmont of blanket*,
counterpane* quilt*, sheets, Ac , linen damask tabl* olothi,
*0.; al*o, hltoh** furnitur*, al*o, Artwork*.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.-WILLIAM IRVING k
CO., Auotioaeer*, will **11 at auotloa, on Wednesday,
June 18, at \0% o'olook at the *al**' room. No. 8 Pin*
*tr*at, a large a**ortment of hair mattre* M*. featherbed*,
bolster* and pillow*, bedding; a largo assortment of every
variety of bedroom furniture, af blaok walnut and maho
gany; enamelled oottage do., blaok walnut dining room fur
nlture; a fine awortmaat of eat glassware and ohina; parlor
and kitchen furniture, to.
JOHN K. OAKLEY, AUCTIONEER.?PEREMPTORY
?ale of 410 Lot* or 107 oholee and valuable Building
Section* and Book Property In the Village of Flashing,
Long 1 aland.-Oakley A Wright will ceil at auotlon, on
lburaday, Jan* 29, at 12 o'alook noon, at the Merchant*'
Exchange, Mew York, 197 eboioe and valuable building Mo
tion* or villa *lt*a and dook property, very desirably lo
cated in the beautiful and flourishing village of Flushlax,
Long Island, situated on Lawrenoe, Front aad Book
streets. Proepeot, Sanford. Wright aad Jefferson avennei,
and on the line of the New York and Flushing Railroad,
immediately adjoining the depot, within three minutes'
walk of tb* iteamboat landing, on an derated nadt, com
manding an extenatva view of Flushing Bay, Long Island
Sound, snore, Pallisadee, As.; surrounding so*nery highly
attractive and beautiful. For map* and free ticket* to
view the property, apply to the auotioaeer*, 343 Fnlton
atreet, Brooklyn; N. W Burtii, 8a Water itreet. New
York; or to John F. Carll, Fluking. Steamboat Enoch
Bean leaves Fulton market slip for Flushing at 9 A. M.,
I SO and 3.30 P M.; leaves Flushing at 7 and 11 A. M., and
3.30 P. M. Steamboat Island City leaves Fulton market
slip to Bunter*s Point, aad theaee by railroad to Flushing,
at 6 and 8 o'alook A. m., and 6 P. M. Cars leave Flushing
for New York at 6 aad 8 A. M. aad 6 P. M.
JOHN K. OAKLEY, AUCTIONEER?ABSOLUTE
sale of 06 valuable lots, in the Eighth ward of thooltv
of Brooklyn. Oakley A Wrightjwill sail at*auotlon, on Wed
nesday, June 28, at 12 o'olook, at the Merohanta' Exehange,
New York, eight lote on weeterly aide of Tenth avenue, be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth etreet*; eight lota on
ea*t*rly tide of Ninth av*nu*, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth etreets; twsnty lots on southsrly side of Thir
teenth street, beiweea Ninth and Tenth avenue*; tweniv
lots on southerly side of Fourteenth street, between Ninth
add Tenth avenues, being the entire block bounded ay Ninth
and Tenth avenues, Thirteen! h and Fourteenth etreeta, and
nearly all 20x100 feet, situated la a pleasant and destrabW
part of the Eighth ward, on an elevated grade, having a
commanding and prospeotive view of the ooean, Sandy
Hook, New York bay, Staten Island, Jersey shore. New
York city and surrounding soenery. The avenuos and
at. eets in this vicinity bavs nea-ly all been graded at the
expense of the present owners; three omnibus lines run
within a short dlatauoo of the property. Firat olaia* im
provements sre going on in the immediate vioinity of this
property, making it a very desirabla and pleasant location
for building purposes. Every lot put up will be positively
?old to the highest bidder. Title indisputable. Sixtr per
eent of the pureba** money can remain on bond and mort
gage for three year*. For map* and particular*, apply to
the auctioneers, 343 Fulton itreet, Brooklyn.
JAMES COLE, AUCTIONEER.?HOUSEHOLD FUR
niture at auoMon.?Tbia day, (Wednaaday,) at 1 o'olook
P. M . at the residence of Mra Ellen Brown, at Bath, op
posite the Bath House, oonalsting of a large and good as
sortment of houiehold furniture, two pianofortes, Brussels
carpets, walnut and mahogany ohairs, tables, Ac.; also,
hi'isee, carriages, wagons, sleighs, harness cows, hogs, Ac.
Teims cash in city money. Catalogues aro ready this
morning at the ofBoe, No. 43 Fulton street. Biooklyn.
Stage.* run every half hour irom Greenwood to Bath Houm.
?T?i 01K*. AUCTIONKKR, STORK No.
ti l 10 Centre street, corner of FrABklin.?Co&stkblei aal?
,toe* "nd tooU ^B Th"..
fc? vii?^T>7? ' ai.1,J5 Vai.t Sixteenth street.at 10 o'olook
ha 7.5. ? ? kL executions, one iron grey horse, said to
fw^ AV. WAb<,,',,?,, I^a*0?, ?uiti on. liht wVxon
Ai10,' th# rtockwdAln smith's pa
' tooli> *??. 0??Jri'iD8 ? complete assortment.
. r ?? ones, L ) ? ...
J. W. 8QMER1NDYKE. S Con?t*?>lo?
Sheriffs sale of clothing mn mt
(Wednetday). June 28, at 10 o'olook A. 11 atllSFul.
rtn'v eo,E,i,tin* ot oreroonti, bine and llaok dreu
;^, *o.# ,4#' AUo
auctioneer?STORE NO . 4ft
?1 urniture?This day at 10^ o'ninow
u i0' Cti finWl furniture if a family eboit
lejving this city, consisting of the parloVand Chamber for
nlture of a tbree story house, sofas" divans oentre and r>i?
tablet, card table* Brussels and ingrain carpets oiioloch
f Jt . bedsteads, hair mattresses
f ether bode, together with all the kitchen fuenitmw. '
W ? *il10b> adctioneee?HOUGHTON A MEL
, ? ?To-mo*row, Thursday. at 10U o'clock at 113
Italian street-Rich furniture, pianofortes mirror, -i.
P?ti, Jewel?y, silver plated ware, elegant rosewood o'arlor
fninitnre, en suite, oorered in satin, plush and hairoloth
nes. pur* hair mattresses, silver plated tea and ootfee
l ?P?on?, knlrei, to. Also, at 12 o'elosk sereral
a. ??? SSSXHSSSSyjasssftgs!'
'n. ??d haircloth, oeatre Uble^.^ftSSJl
if^ssssarss
W\7iT^Sh^S^&JSRSSiSS
tjrable assortment of household furniture, ot every desorin
ths fixtures of an oyster ahd eating saloon *
WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL OV
Thtridty. it 10 o'olook. at 1M Third aveuue near Flf
I?Bth ,trMt' ?U" stook of cabinet f?rnit'ere*n the
above ware rooms, consisting of a good assortment of sofas
minors, centra and dlaing tables. diei^V buul! a!'
it?'0" '*l" Mw' *?d sold in eonsequenoe of the owner
ret ii ing. A good chance for dealers. ' 0""
10ft *LKJIBI;E BUILDING LOTS AND VALUABLE
by the executors of Step*?- M .wn ? "?*
on Wednesday, the 28tb "
kJiairi'a vrt,Ji sw-stuysa;
SrSassxs.''xtsattRffi SS?
boat, is bad nearly ever/hour of the 4 aj er evenin^T?.
Property is all within (1 J\mnates wdk tof the nii*J?i
i? the immedlsrie vioinity J?ofell d?
' t??. ?? "osllent schools. Good mechanics
aqd laborers of all kinds are mueh wanted and ??d
?JuPjojment !? ?*? various manufacturing ettabUshmenM
of she place. Terms of sale liberal and will h.
or by steamboat Pier / North river, at II oftSok.S2b
*"turlhsr particulars and maps, apply to Wm iSj
Broadway, or to either of the exeouSors ki Elisabeth tows'
cuaki.es davis, T **
JAMES BROWN, I _
W. Db GBoOT, < Executors.
W. T. DAY. /
AGENCY.
A WORD TO SHE WISE, AC.~-THE UNDEUinwin
having been appointed sole agent for the United
**??<, !. V for the sale of Drs. R. A L. Perry
^il^a^Msuaya: sas. ?? ?
* Cordial Balm of Sjrriacum la eiolniivaff hi
rected to the cure of irregnlaritj. weakness, loia of Jnni
tite, indigestion, consumptive habits ind d?unFi?!
whether coattitutional or acquired. Constitutions relaxed.'
weak orldeoeyed, trembUngof the hsBd<headac"e?fluSt
'"Mi end female complalnte are under lis immediate iafie
enoe; sad whea the system has received a shook, or is slsk
?ag under the advaace of years, or by loa< reiiJenca <? h?s
or cold climates, this medlciae will afford immediate assu
ranee of returning strength, by giviag tone to the muscat*?
or*,n' digestion. All oases of local and gene
ral debility, nervous Irritability and excitement consmnn
lion. Indigestion of the most fearfal and exhanstinc khif
ftttnie melanoholy, depression of the spirits are aerm*
neatly cured by the Cordial Balm of Svriaoum, 'snd pjtienti
'estoredIto the fnU enjoyment of health end function! of
manhood. Price ?S80 per botUe, er fbnr auaatUiesi, o?.
I?1.*' ,bT ^bloh ? "? ??"d. !>,. Perry's CoBceatraud
DeterUve Essenoe, for searchiag out and parifyins the
bloodfroai.contamination, scurvy, blotches oJTthe lead
face and bodj, nloerations, and those painful aJTeotions
arisiig from improper treatment or the effects of merourv
diseases of the skin, and all impurities
of the blood. Price $3 60 jjr bottle, oc four quaatitiee la
one bottle forby whioh 96 are saved. Dr. Perry's Purl
fying Specifio Pills eonstitute an effectBal remedy in all dis
eases of the utinary c|gaas. Price $1, |1 50 aad 93 SO per
box. Drs. R. A L. Perry oan with conidenoe offer hope
10 w5?* eonsUtutions have become
debilitated from mental and nervous irritability, local or
constitutional wsakness, Ac. Full directions, as well as an
IbcV/Ji! desoriptlonof the various diseases fur which the
above are the remedies, accompany each parcel All com
J?"'0"'?"", Post paid, will bo promptly attended ko lai
O'derea will be torwvdid to aiy p?rt of the
v otherwise, as may be dlreuUd.
AURAHAM G. LEVY, H. D., Consulting Surgeon,
Leonard street.
W/UCAl,
etrujmTnt?1" *" ^ ^ WkU* '
LINCOLy A THOMPSON. ,e?e a?..U. 441 Broadway.
A SPLENDID SEVEN OCTAVE 1310 ROSE WOO)
piano ti.rte?ss peri or iua j i "uut
less than three mo?ths. i'?,' '2 fk.n!
.Moot IhJ'wn^ViT^ '? ?"4 rro- 1 "" '
piANO-?r aSTEI> TO HIRE, A good 6V OR 7 OC
f.-*tT;j",y5>f"!y >"y P"\r tak.^.ntl,lry In
6ou\rs JLitrald oAoe, with fn4 pax
TBiJurrr ruhtbr.
Ayiby pleasant office on bbcomd floor,
tfiUin, ia mbmm him af Mi 1*4 xwm
ilrNU, with two wiadow* tm J aha itrMt, ulruot 09
Knn? itrMt: nit 9U 90 f*c *a?a th till Ut Htjr Apply u
Mr. isaaCKS, la tki buNnt eame buildiag, iiitmm oa
Jaha atraat.
FURNISHED HOU&B TO BENT.-THE ADVERTISER,
who i* abaut colli to Europe. will rent Ml kouo, far
?liki< t? i iidtiHi tiuit. The hoaaa ti kMitirilli lo
?iti4 at Cllftoa. Statea lalaad within a Uw miaatae' walk
of VaadarWlt'e Laadiag. Adiiraii to Htaai, box 3,346
Peat Ottce, paet paid.
Handsome ftrnisbbd bouse. to lit, ok
?altai of room*. together or teparata; bath ihi, gaa,
Ac. Apply at 848 Broadway, Daiaa aquare
Half of a oentbbl bouse tn pbincb street
containing gai Ac. -to Ut, faraiahad or untaraiihed,
to a amall hail;. Kant, with faralture. 9350, without,
927ft Baforoatei exchanged. Addran Rent. Barald oBoe'
HOUSB TO LBT-COBNBB OF FOURTH AYBNUE
and Thirteenth itrcit, ia aaa of the baat locatieaiia
tkia city; bai twa floora and aaparata, with Crotoa and
waata plpai, front aad baek itairi, Ac aad woald aooem
modate two imall tented fatuiLie*. Apply to H. KNAPF,
aa a bora.
Houses to let-one in wateblby placi
deligbtfolly aitnatad, naar Waibington aquare Scran
taan rootai, with tha modara improTeminta K'M, 9850
Fnrnitura, from 9300 ta 91,000, for lale- Alio, ta lea**, for
thraa yaara a plaaaaat bo aaa, waat of Broadway, balaw
Brooma itract. B. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway.
HOUSB TO LBT OB FOB SAL*.?A FINE. NIV TWO
?tory honaa, with parlora aad folding doori, aitaatad
behind Uobokan, fifteen miautaa' walk from tha tarry?it
oommandi a aplaadid viaw of NawTark Bay dawa ta tka
Narrow*, with threa lot* of grouad wall faaoed. Itaombiaai
all tha kaaatiaa of tha oouatry with tha caaveaianoa of til*
olty. Addraaa Uobokaa, Beraid afkoa. Baat 9160.
HOUSES TO LET. furnisbed AND UNFUBNISH
ad?A gentoat thraa itory haaaa oa Laxiagtoa arena*,
fnrniihad, raat 91,100, a fine haaaa aa Eighteenth atreet.
91,200; a aioa three atory aaw haaaa ia Twenty-fourth
atraat, 9700, a aaw baaemaat honaa la Thirty third itreet.
9fiC0; oaa on Tbirty-ieaoad itraat, 9800, aad a number of
othor houaea. Apply lo X. B. EINSHIMBR, 319 Fourth
arcane, from 8 to 10 aad 3 to 7.
Hotel to lease?furnituri and fixtubes
for Sale.?Reat low, loag laaaa, 99 mllaa from th* olty,
on th* Iludaoa River, at a ? team boat laadiag. Inquire at
lift Fifth arenua aad at No*. 6 aad 7 Eaat Twenty-Brat itraat.
Lofts to let.-second, tbibd. foubth and
fifth atory lofta to lat earner of tha Bowery aad Iloui
ion (treat*, wall lighted, aad with froat aad roar entranoea:
double itairiaiei throughout tha building. Apply oath*
rremiiai.
OYSTEB SALOON TO LET?TBE WELLXNOkFN
ayiter lalooa, No. 42 Bowery, completely furnliheJ,
with marble table* Ae. Will be let ohaap to a good tenant.
Apply to quo. LEA, on the premlea*.
Part OF A HOUSE wanted, BY A GENTI.EM IN
wife aad child. Beat not to exoead from 9200 to 9 B1
Home nut be in a reipeotable locatioa, and roleranoei are
giTtn and expected. Apply to 1. D. J., Herald offloe, im
mediately.
STORES TO let?NO. 29 NOBTH WILLIAM STREET,
near Chatham; liie 20x40, a deiirable loeation for a
jobbing or retail trad*. Alio. 223 William itreet, near
Dnane, 24x tO, laitable fot almoat aay manufacturing buii
aeia or purpoiei; or the whole fronting William and North
William atteeti, 24x130, will be leaaed to a good teaaat for
a reapeotable bualnaia. Apply oa Ihe prenJaea.
mo let?STOBX NO. 385 BBOADWAY, WITH A
X leaie of five yeari from laat May; alio, the itock aad
fixture* tonal*. Apply to JAMES DE GRAY A CO., 133
William itreet.
TO let?THREE splendid ROOM8 ON BROAD
way, wait lida, below Canal itreat, with froat, oantra,
and rear lighta. water, Ac. Woald be let a* *al** room*,
offieei, or for light manufacturing pnrpoaei, to good teaaat*
cheap. Apply to GROYEB, BAKER, A Co , 406 Broadway.
TO LET?THE UPPER PART OF HOUSB NO 191 HUD
?on (treat, with gal, Croton water. Ac., to a amall fa
milj, without ohildrea. Apply oa the premiiei after tea
o'olook.
TO LET-AT NO 137 EAST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET,
betweaa Second and Third arcane railroad*, leooad or
third floor, with froat bailment; wiMbe lat to two imall
famillei if deiired. Crotoa water on aaok floor. Iaquire
on the premiiei.
r LET-MANSION HOUSE AND OUT BUILDINGS,
with five or lix tore* nndor cultivation, plontv of
eboioe fruit, grapevines, Ac., between 149th and 150th
itreeti, terenth and Eighth avenues. Fishing and salt
water bathing, in Harlem Blver, within two hundred feot of
home; scenery grand and extensive. Bent for six month*,
with orops, $000, or per annum SHOO. Apply to J. AITKEN,
119 I* saaau street, E DUTLEB, Shoe and Leather Bank, or
J. WABD, Jr., corner 124th street anl Sixth avenne.
TK> LET-DOWN TOWN, IN A DESIRABLE SITU4
JL tion, a good three story attio and basement house.
Rent low to agood party. Apply to BILLING A TUCKER,
387 liroadway.
TO LET?IN WILLIAMSBURG, NO. 78 SEVENTH
street, between South Second and South Third (treat*,
one or two basement*, three rooms on *eoond floor and one
?ttio bedroom. Apply to L. P. NOSTRAND, 118 South
Eighth street, W illlamibnrg, or 184 Water itreet. New York.
mO LET-TO A SMALL, GENTEEL FAMILY, PLEA
X saut apartments consisting of four rooms aad three
pantries, on the second floor of house 11 North Moore st.
mo LET-ON BBOADWAY, NEAR FORTY SEVENTH
JL street, a new three story brlok dwelling honse, with a
lawn in front of over 100 foot square The oare and three
line* of stage* paaa the honae. Inquire of GEO. S. ROE, 19
Merchants' Exchange, or on the promts*a.
TO LET-THE ONE HALF OF TWO NEAT COTTAGES
in William burg, within four minates walk of four
different ferriea. Location beantifaL R<nt low -$7 per
month. Apply at No. 20 South Third street, Willlamburg.
TO LET?THE STORE AND CELLAR 14S BROOME
street, oonet of Ridge. Apply tj E. L. DONNELLY, on
tlie premise*.
TO i ET-A BEAUTIFUL MODERN BUILT COTTAGE,
on Fifty-second street, between Tenth, and Elevanth
avenue*, near the Hudaon River Railroad. It ia painted
and varnished in the Parisian *tyle, with tree* ana court
iard in front. Eighth avenue car* ran near the pcamiaea.
Mtm
r LET-GOOD LIGHT WORKSHOPS, WITH OR
without steam power. Inquire of S. E. PARISH. Noa.
7 and 9 Bedford street, near the junction of Hamdrtley, Bad
ford and Ilouaton atreets.
rLIT-A NEW THREE STORY AND BASEMENT
brick hou*a ia Fifty-nlath itreet, between Second and
third aveiuea, with a large yard: Crotoa through th*
houae; will be let to one or two email famlli**; within oaa
minute*' walk of S*oond or Third avonue cart. Inquire on
the premiaea.
TO LET?THE NEW AND WELL FINISHED HOUSE
oorner of Ninth avenue and 9*?>nd Street, in th* village
of Mount Vernen, 16 milekfrom New York, on the New Ha
ven Railroad, 14 train* daily, with four lota of ground, fruit
and ahad* tree*. Rent low. Po*M**lon immediately. Ap
ply to J. E, EBLING, 200 Bowery, N. Y.
TO LET-THE HOUSE NO. 379 BQWERY, CORNER
of Fifth itreet, with basement, front.an i back parlor,
and seven.bedroom*; th* houae ia in flrat rate order ana
will be let tow to a good tenant. Apply on th* premiae*.
r LET-NEATLY FURNISHED, A PARLOR, BED
roomandfrent basement. Inquire at 183 Wooaterat.
TO LET-APARTMENTS IN 122 WHITE STREET; ONE
front basement a parlor and two bedrooms, toa small
respeotable family; would be let reasonable. None else
need apply.
TO LET-ON THIRD AVENUE. A SUITE OF UNFUR
niabed room*, on seoend floor, with pantile* between,
-o a lady. or lady and geatlaman, with or without board.
Terms moderate. Address J. T , Union square Post Oflta*,
?tatiag where an Interview may be had.
TO LET-A SMALL HOUSE IN TWENTY-EIGHTH,,
?treet, near Eighth avenue, lower part fltted for *tore,
tin ee rooms up etaira. Bant for the whole house $18 pec
mouth. Apply at 773 Greenwioh atreet, corner of Bank.
TO LET?1M THIRTY-FIFTH STREET. CORNER
of Eighth avenue, apartment* on aeooad floor, eon
aiftiag of two large, handaome front rooma, and one or twe
bedroom*; aUo room an Irit floor, suitabl* for an offlce.
TO LET, OR LEASE, WITH STEAM POWER-A THREE
?tory and baiement budding. 50feet by36 feet, aituated
in Pouth Brooklyn, eonvenient to the Sonth and Hamilton
avenue feniee. well adapted for the turning or aoroU aaar
iog business. Apply at the Colum >la Planing and Sata.
Mills. Sedgwiok street, below Columbia street, South
Bieoklyn.
TO RENT?FOR A SMALL FAMILY. THE UPPER
part of the dwelling houae No. 27 Harrucn atreei, natil
May next. Rent ior the unexpired year $250. Apply o<i the
premiaea, or to JOSEPH A. SCOV1LLE. 26 Ann street, up
Mail a.
EXCURSIONS, /
YTtXCCRAION TO CONBY I3LANI>.-TinE NRW AIT A
Pj iplendid .tenner NOR WALK, Captain A. H!tohooo,fe,
wiH make three espur.ioni dallv to Coney iilani, u
Iowa?Leave New York, foot or Spring ifrreet, ~
Vl% and 3K P. U.; pier No. S N. R., at 10 A. It. 1 and\ P. 2*
Coney I.land at XI A. X., 2 and 6K P. M.?landing at )j?g}
Hamilton eaoh way. Fare to Fort Hamilton or Cone* Tj
land, and baok to Ntw York, 26 oenta. Ne half pzie*/? .
.ldldren. *
Excursion to the fhshjnq banks.-J
?teamer LAURA KNAPP, Oapt. Andeiion, witt w
a trip every day 1b the week, except Saturday; laavww VnoT
of franklin afreet at 7 o'clock; A?o* itreet, 7& J '-j?!
etreet, 7W; Peck ilip, 8 o'oloek: Bloom* atreet, bSl
South Third itreet, Wil liana bun, 8X; pie* f
Excursion to rockland laju-thr? lkntud
barxe C'Unten, in towfof the powerful iteaaa* Manhat
tan, will leave Hndion dock. Brooklyn, at T Z ? lc k.
Broome itreet. at 8; Peck illpatSK, and 3t
North rivir, at? A. A., on ThuradM.Tuaa? ' ,
muting, if sot on the following day), allowW . two honri to
land, to view the lake and A beautiful r ?0Md
Fare for the wouralon fllty cent*. ' around.
OH! for BABYLOS.-?- ALL you W r*gg nr nOOD
fiahing eat have the beet day* I port llsonthhaw th?t
wa* ever known. The American hoUl i. to. l.L ti.
?omaunity. and ua aceommodat* 100 ? ,ri0>1 JT.tM. il
ssu&iS: S'ur ??-??? ?>?
A"*5r '* *V *?L Babylon, L. I.,
WATSON, Proprietor.
FIRKWW^ks, ' '
FjPGf'.3ihl*u?otnfire WORKS. ROCRITS
i?j w mn HMCW ?*T u<> ?3c*. for tale
vFJjfiH**1v??'' or Udin L?*.Ml* h*?* ft* J*
dirfftddmiii m aEoti, tr to
^L.?t ^Ut atUntfc , 0-8- La^ratory, Jen*/ City
EH. C,*^?d?'X'.T7 \??? BOX* FIRB CRACRRJU
MA?lhiW flO % *? (MU for ante by DANjSl
wo Vront atiau. Wholeaua dealari la foreign firuRa
FIRIWORMU^ <Ilr T0RK LABORATORY, NO. 196
A ..-Fir* cracker*. Caatoa rookete, double
neader. Joii itif *nd a eompl.te assortment <4 firework*,
."?t quality. Country inerohunV., deal*r*.
aad commit* M for 0]ty eevntry diaplar* (applied on
the mo.tlib# 1.t] teraj. H. BKNNRTT, VM Front itreet.
1j?P RK8 OF ALL DF9CRIPTIONS, WARP.AJfT
ed ngr t qn.Hty.?Kxhibition* .applied at .it itt u'.tlo*
B,i 1 *4r*' rocket*, rouan cenBleo, blue 1 ? k'>t?. tri'.QgU.
ar*. variety i f .mall work*, aaitabie fot iteUer.
ir"V^ li. ROBULS8, 2PH WachinKtoa itreet, cor er of
VZT ??fcfri _
r.UBFVtJBKg.?A FtJLI. A?80BTMF.N'MQf TBI BEPT
1 A' yualltv ini indiag ? very de*rri?tioa o' i xhll tioa work
I and colored Brc, all or wblcfa are oflr .< tn. lowilt
floe, by tbOMAB PPNIU>. 10 U."
mimwo.
rl uritroou-oaviu statu steam
M? ATLANTIC. C*#4 Jm Wm Thfe ehi? will (U
MrtwilOi OtlW Mm ulli fcr Iwft, fNMnl; n
kt?Hw. Jilf S ?? U ?'?lwok M, from harbarth. U tha
faot of OimI rtrnl. Foe frdiki or p???C?. k?di| 01
equalled MWUMMou fer *Ihmm or comfort. >?!; to
BDWaRD It COLLINS. M Wall .?>S\
Puuicn m MM<U4 to he OB boor* at IIU A M.
Tha ateamaMp Baltic will aucoeed th* Atlantic, aad Mil
Jill SS Bhippora will pleMo toko ootloo Iku iktiUpi ?f
thla line camoot oarry mj g?oda coatrabaad of war.
Norua ?la eoaaaqueaoe of tho groat advance la tho price
of oeal, vmm aad prevlaUaa. tho price of paaMge la tho
?toainori ortbU llao. Miling tiaN tfUr tho lot of J air. will
bo $190 la Uio Int oabia aad $TB h tho MOO ad oabia
Royal mail steamship aribia?for i.iver
pool ? Tho Atakla, W. Uarrlioa, oommaadar, will m11
from tho company'* dock, at JerMy City, with tho mail*
and paoMBgaco foe Europe. on WodnMday, tho Mh iaot at
12 o'eloek prtoUely. PuHipri aro requested to bo oa board
by liK A M. Tho I?wp> will tall oa tho 11th July.
STEAM BETWXBN MW TORK AND OLASaOVT ?
Tho CTImsow aad Now Tork Steamship Compaay'a now
steamers, GLASGOW, (1 982 ton* 400 horse p&wor.) Kitort
Craig, cumaasdor, aad NE(F 1ORK, (S 400 tone, W0 bono
power.) will laava fcaw Tork for Glasgow ao aadet, ?U
Saturday, Auguat S, at 12 o'eloek.. M. Firet oabln >al>oa
?tato room*. $90 , do. mldahipe do., ITS; Mooad oabia. 9M
third elaw, $24. Now Ynk city billa or gold only taken.
Apply to JOHN MoSTMON, 33 Broadway.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVE*.-THE U. 8. MAIL
?to an Br UNION, R. Adatu ooauador. will loara for
UaTro, touching at Boathamptoa, to laad tha mate aad
peaseagera. oa Saturday, July Lit, at 12 o'olook, from pMr
No. 37 North river, foot of Oeaeh street. Prioo of passage,
trot -oabia, $190; aoooad oabia, VTA Luggage aot wasted
daring tha voyage ihoald bo Mat oa board tho day boforo
?ailing, marked Below. No freight will bo takan. hpooia
"? "seaaa-. wssaSftSL. ?
r>R BREMEN.?THE BREMEN MAIL STEAMSHIP
GERMANIA. Captaia F. W. Bromaa, will leave for Dro
mon oa tho 14th July, at 12 o'olook noon, from her pier. 3$
N. R. PrloM of bbm ago?First oabia. $100; aoooad oabia,
$35. No freight will bo takea aftor Uth July. Tor freight
and DaMMe apply to
V OELRICP8 A CO., No. <6 Pearl atrMt.
A USTRALIA PIONEER LINE, CARRTINO THE
Bl United State* mail.?The apUndid packet (hip GER
TKUDE, oereateenth of thl* line, aad the oa:y A 1 (hip now
ap lor Atutralla, bu a laige portion of her frolghtana pas
sengers engaged, and will positively be the first to leave foe
Hello urx.e. llai room for a few Brat aad Mooad cabin pa*
wfcg?r*. Tha ablp combines great apeed with nnaanal
atr?UKth of build, and U warranted never to have damaged
oargo oroomeiato port leaky. In the loftineee and vonti
latfon of her oabina abe surpasses all oompetitora. for
freight or paaaage apply on board, or to R. W. CAMERON,
116 Wall atreet.
UMTKD STATES MAIL LINK FOB CALIFORNIA?
via Aspinwall and Panama, Lowest prices; superior
?teaman, uliniion of the Panama Railroad. Arnnja
mcnt* for tho aal* In thi* city of tiok*k* for th* transit of
th? UlhDu, forming th* moat agreeable and eafe route.
Thi ough In ad ranee of all other Tinas. Th* United Stataa
MaU St* am (hip Company lnteud to dlipatoh, direct to
Aspinwall. on Wedaeaday, July 5th. at 2 o'clook, 1VM.,
from tier foot of Warren street, th* fast aailing ateamahip
ILLINOIS. Lieut. Hartateue, U. S. N? to oonnect at Pan
auia-with the Paoifio Mail Steamahlp Company'* steamer
t_.OL.UKN GATt The extension of th* railroad makej t! ?
paaaage aeroM the iathmua practicable in one day. a oon
dderatieu that will lnduoe all who Tame their health and
oomfort to aeleet thi* route. Mr. Hlnkley, late forwarder
for Adam* A Co., on th* lithmui, ha* perfeoted hi* arrange
ment* lor th* traaait of passenger*, and their baggage, from
Aaplnwall to Panama. Tickets oan be obtained for thic
transit from J. W. Oarrington. 78 Broadway, or at 177 Weat
?tract. The accommodation* for paaaeager*. of all 0 aaaoa,
V* u"urP???ed, and particular attention i* paid to th*
Cleanlln*** of the atearag*. For freight or passhgo, apply
at th* Company'* office. 177 Weat street, to
CHARLES a. WHITXEY.
VTXW YORK AND CALIFORNIA STEAMSHIP LINE
XV via Nicaragua. Aoeessory Transit Company of Ni
caragua, proprietor*. Through in advano* of the mall.
Only line giving through ticket*, inolndin* th* Isthmus
crossing. Th* new double-engine iteanwhip, PROME
THEUS, 2 OUO ton* burthen, will leareltom pi*r no. 3North
river, at 3 o'elook. P. H. precisely, for Puenta Arenas, oa
Wednesday, iuiy 6, connecting with the favorite steamship
BROTHER JONATHAN, 2.0W ton* burthen, over the Nica
ragua transit rouW.'baring but twelr* uillo* of land tram
portation. by fiist claaa carriages. Iheuj steauier* are.un
eurpaised in their ventilation and aocoaamodatlon*. For
information or pasiage apply only to
CHARLES MOKG A ii, Agent, No. 5 Bowling Oreen.
N. B.~Commencing on the 19th of July, the day* of sail
ing will be ohanged to the 4th and lvih of eaoh month.
Hun these 0at*s fall on Sunday the uiiip* will leave on th*
Saturday previous, a* beritof >r*.
ONLY (SO ?INDEPENDENT LINK TO SAN FBAN
ciaco. via Panama. Isthmus ciossed in a f*w hours.
Only 11 mile* muJ* travel over a good military road. The
celebrated steamship NORTH SlAR, 2,600 ton* burthen,
will leave New York for Aspinwall on Wednesday, July 5,
at 3 o'clook P. M. precisely, from the foot of Harrison
atreet. North rivo.-, to connect wi'h..the new and popular
atearaahip UNCLE SAM. 2.800 tone burthen ) Cabin state
room berth^lOO, second cabin, open berth, 980; iteerage,
$30. Apply only to
JaS. M. CROSS, No. 9 Bat ery place up italr*.
N B ? for a very emafl sum psisengere will b* guaranteed
to airiva in San Fraaoiscu ahead of the Nicaragua Line.
NEW YORK AND ALABAMA STEAMSHIP COM
pany, carrying the Unitel states mall, for Mobile,
stopping at Havana.?Semi monthly lino. Tho steamship
B1.ACK WARRIOR, Captain Jamoa D. Bullock, will sail
for the above rort* on Monday, July 10, at 12o'clock pre
cisely, from pier foot of Beach strict, North river.
Kieight taken for New Orle.-.n? Passengers for Havana
must procure paaiports before leaving port for freight or
passage apply to LIVINGSTON, liROCHERON A CO.,
Agents, 31 Broadway.
B.?The Cabawba, R W. Sobufeldt, commander, will
succeed the Black Warrior, and mil July 23.
.jtOR SAVANNAH-FARE REDUCED.?THE NEW
JP and splendid aide wheel steamship KEYSTONE STATE,
Captain K. Hardie, carrying the United States mall, will
lesve Philadelphia for Savannah ou Wednesday, June 23th,
at 10 o'clock A. M., from the wharf above Vine itreet In
?peed and strength, and every arrangement for the comfort
and convenlene* of .passenger*, this abtp 1* unsurpassed.
Fare from Philadelphia, ISO; steorage, V- The STatE OF
CeORGIA leave* aa above the following Wednesday.
Agents in New Yock, SCRANTON A TALLMAN, No. 19
Old *lip, wher* plan* of cabin may be seen and state room*
?ecured till b o'olock, Tuaaday, P. M.
Jj^OK SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA-UNITED STATES
r mail line.?The mew aira splendid steamship K.NOX
VI1.LK. C. D. Ludlow, will leeve 01 Wednesday, June 2Sth
et 4 ololock, P. H., from hex pier No. 4 North river. Apply
to 8 AMUJEL L. MiTCHILL, 13 Broad.way.
Through tiokets from Mew York to Jacksonville, $31; Pi
latka. $33 lie FLORIDA, M. 8> Woodholl, will Mooeed,
end sail on 8atarday, July lit.
GIOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA.?SEMI-WEEKLY
P United States Meil Line ?The favorite and fait going
itcamer SOUTHERNER. T. En en, oommander, will leave
pier No. 4 North rivax, on Wednosday Jane 28. at4 o'clock,
P M , precisely. For freight apply on board, where all bills
of lading will he sinaed, and. for passage at she oOoe of
SPOFFOSD, TI LBS ION A CO., 30 Broadway. Through
tickets to Florid* at follows?To Jacksonville, $31, to Pi
latla, $31.
FOR VIRGINIA,. CAROLINA, GEORGIA. ETC.?THE
United State* mall steamship ROANOKI, Capt. Skin
ner, will leave pier 13 North river, on Wednesday after
noon, June 28, at .4 o'olock, for Norfolk, Petersburg and
Richmond. Time to Norfolk about twenty-Soar hoars. Pn*
?engers arriving there can tnke the Seaboard and Roanoke
and Wilmington and Mnnekester railroads to Angnota,
a talanta, Charleston, As. Passage and iaie to Norfolk $8,
to P?t?r*burg and Richmond $10, steerat* half price. For
ireight apply on board, and for passage to
LPDLAJd. A PLkABANTS. 32 Broadway.
Yacht for sals.?thb sloop-yacht stxlla,
J a I eotiipe tor* burthen, well fuand in sails, rigging,
Ao? having a good GAhin, now lying in the Atlantic basin,
Brooklyn, wlu be Mid aheap if applied for soon. Apply to
Howland A Chase, iki. Ill Nassau street, or to Cap. Wicks,
on board.
rURSITURE.
BLLE t> FURNITURR.?BUYERS OF THIS
JU fa Jonal Urn style of furniture are solioited to ezamlns
the otook at the salesrooem and factory of 8. H. WAR
WICK. No. f0 White street, three d>or* west of Broadway,
N. 3.?The' ,rads and shlppets supplied as usual.
T7IRAVXL&ED COTTAGE FURNITURE.?MATHEWS
Jjl, A. Sts asj Not, 614 and M6 Broadway, received ttiet
class flatd' ill Arom the Crystal Palaoeand Amerioan Inoti
tH?, for? Jke beet suits of enamelled ohamber furniture, and
advuo.tb ? public to examine their extensive stook Fnlts
with h*i x mattresses, straw palllassei, pillow* and bolster*.
ftratjKX
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE^
?A PARTNER WANTED IN AN OLD,
.<,UUu' respectable cash payingbuilnM*, and large
P" its, from $3,UK) to $4 000 a year. To an active person
th m U a greet opportunity. Apply to J.LLOYD, 18Nas
?? a street.
A PARTNER WANTED?IN AN AUCTION AND
commission business, down town, by an established
auctioneer, extensively and favorably known. To a busi
ness man, with from $1,SC0 to $2,000, tills is a good c.jtpurtu
r/iy to make money. Address with ztal name and address,
^.uotloneer, Herald offioe.
Brewery.-partner wanted.?the adver
titer, a thorough practical brewer, haviu* bad a iou
experience with the easiness la all its branohes, and a spleu
did opportunity now offering, la desirous of mooting with*
fentleman with some capital at his command, who iuay re
upua a large and remunerative investment. Address
Chan. 1>. Evans, 43 trinity Building, Broadway.
VT?.W YORK, JUNE 24, 18M-THE CO-PARTNERSHIP
L\ heretofore txiiting ?? Brownell A Thomas has beou tins
dUsolved by mutual consent.
STEPHEN C. BROWNE U,,
. ROBERT THOMAS
PARTNER ViANTED?IN A VERT S1FB, PERMA
nent and proiltable business of ten years standing, of
the most respeotable character, where the prodts are from
twenty five to "no hundred per cent 4u?t have at Irij
command from $5,000 to $l0,0Wineash. B. W. RICHARDS
No. 307 Broadway.
PARTNER WANTED?WHO HAS FROM $1,500 TO
$2,000, in a profitable business,wbsre there are little or
no losses. One who cau writ* a good hand would be pre
ferred. For further particular* apply by letter (post paid)
to J. B. 8. O., Herald ofBoe.
COAL.
/CUMBERLAND COAL.?THE NEW CREEK COM
\J panj is now receiving at Bsltlmore a regular supply of
Cumberland coal from their mines in Hampshire county,
which tbey ofler for sale at the lowest maiJcet priees Tbii
eoal is believed to be equal in quality to any coal wiqed iu
the Cumberland region. For steam purposes it has no m
ptrlor. The estimation in which it is held by engineers in
tha United States navy, and for the use of locomotive, can
be shewn atthe otfico of the company, 36 W>11 street, New
York, where order* will be punctually attended to.
INSTRUCTION.
A CARD.-WHITING AND BOQ*M*pina.-TlIR
snbeoriter will reccive new oupiii dally, thU w*ek, lor
a thorough coorM of lnttraetioa ii\ pcninanftuin and book
keeping. A l.tdioi writing clasi dally at 1. o'vlouk A M.;
geatUmcn day and evening.
B r OUVKK B. aO'.DSMITH, 302 Broadway.
NATlUHOKIAir
Matrimonial.?had a hi kmile vii.lbttk from
I'tiK, Frol'Mlot #t Autography, or reading ot eharac
Ur liy it individual'! hand writing, aud tpirimal wiiiing
medium, Will upofc th? roceipt at twenty-fit* oentt an J *pe
ciu.un 01 band-wrUUg. nena to auy ?>erion a tail doliaea
Hun of their obaracUr, future aatouM, mstiuy. Ac., and
alf a. deioriptioa of the one tU#y love or will ui?r.v Ad
tlit poet fkld IIaDAMK VILLCTITK jlvny Ho?*
t'l.ite ritw toik Tlii>f? living out of lb* %ity etia ?? ?lj
krui'Mi ii tUrouth the mail, ltd will l>? \,,s?ot 1 ?n o Af,
week after tin rrca.pt of Ibeir con.
MATRIMONIAL-A CKNTI *>;,an or Vf ?\im
? nJ ?t?n uig wi?h<? to mar r, ? |?dj, nlm _,?rlr *'.n
ilci. Tfcii iolke i*> worthy tU/ cokiiiJtrfttir'ii ?n% ljkJj,
m the alver-'??: i? ??n?W W J eligible. Slai^re and nulla
bio ladiee are iivitad t^A M /*uoaL N?w
I YorkToti LlUce.
B
MADWil TUiTHk-l. A.
Limii.-Phii ifM at 7%; to I
VWinAv tTMlit. Jul * ?tl to i
DICE TUB NEtTSUOl
Dick the Now Mot Ufa Ben ay William;
UorafaU Sr. Howard I Martha Mitt A OoKMVix
Weatworth Mr NmIn Kn Nagle
P?K VIIMu..,ir. TUmI TriffUnM Mr* Qtui
At?ui<ui Mr. MoDeeail | Mr*. Coaan?t. .Mr*. Suun
A Highland Pliag. by MU* AduMdt PHee
To eoaolade with tba kmiifil Irlah drama of
UNCLE PAT'S CABIN
Mickey Maloaa Jfc. Barney Wllltem*
Widdy Caaey .Sa I*im; Williataa
NIBLO'S GAEDEN.-DOORS OPBN AT Tj TO COM
bmm at B o'clock. Tiekct* to all part* of tka keaae.
tO ceate;Orobtatra Seate, 91. Private Boiet M
THE WONDERFUL RAVELS AND MDLLE. YBCA
MATH1AS.
Antoine and Franooi* is Jota Ajmjaaalae
Mdlla. Yroa Matbiaa in La Madrileaae
1.4M NlflllT OF T1IB GRKEN MOMHTBR
W rdnoadaj evening June 28, to eommenoa witk
Evolutioa* oa tue Tigbt Kope.
Gcand Ei?rr .intmnt of 8?<?? Nataoaal Dxaoea,
THIC ORBBN MONBTKA.
CnBisrrs original minstrel*. Ma. m bboa*
wa?, above Grand itraat OntaalM* ia lHit. The ?f?
eatabliahed onmpaay ia exiatoaoe.
TUB MODftL TROUPS OF THX WORLD.
Oraa Utiit m?ht, mini tub Sou Dikwmn o*
B. P. CUKIHTY,
The o?li individual of the race of Chrtety u a pat
former fa Ethiopian repreteaiatioa*
OPENING WBBK OB FRaNCOM'S
hippodrome.
The mew aad magaifloeatly equipped troape of
If. UENtU FHanCONI
will give their eeeood eaMrtainmeat tbia eeatoa
OA '1UK8DA* EVENING. Juno*',
aad coatinue dniiag the week, afiernooa aad eveatag.
The repreientatiena will comprUt, boaldea U? olaaaio
Same* of the Graeiaa arena aad eoarea. a *u[ orb apaotacle
aad pageant of the Middle Age*. called the "Genet of the
Craaader*," together with meet of the
MpncAH Fikli> and Fob kit Si'iii-s.
In preparation, a Graat Military Peteand SHaM FIGHT,
la whioh 200 eavairj aad infantry will be engaged.
Buxeaaud Beterred beat*. 60 oenta; Pit, 26 eenta, Chll
drea under aine jean te Boxea, half prioa. Colored box, 25
Doortopenat 2V, aad 7; performance! to oomaeaoe at S
aad b o'clock P. M.
ST. CI1ARLXS THEATRE, 17 and 1# BOWERY ?
Doort open at 7>?. ourttioto rite at 8 o'olook.?Wed
beaday evening, June 28. will be performed the LADY OF
LYO>S?Claude Ueinottx, Bert Fnltoa; Boauaeant, Mr.
Randall; Glavii, W. J Weidun. Paul no, Mian Jalia Nel
aoa. Comic aingiag by Mr T. T Youag. To ooaolade with
the omnibus?Pat Kooney, with aoaga, Mr. B. Berry.
FRANKLIN MUSEUM, NO. 53 bowery. OP-POSIT1
the Bowery theatre.?geo. LBa. Proprietor.?Two
porft rmatiOet are given daily, oommeacing at 3 o'olook ia
tke afteraoon aad at 8 ia the evening. The tronpe of ' Me
del Artiataa,'' the oaly comptay ia exiitenoe, exhibit arery
afternoon aad evening, together with " Lea'a Female Opera
Tioupe," oompoeed eatireiy of ladtee, making an entertain
meat " orginal aad unique," and anch ae oan be aeen at a*
otber plaoe af amaaemeat la the United State*.
American art union rooms, 4?5 broadwat.
?Waterknry'a beautiful and life like eoene* in the
American Revolution, portraying in vivid oolora all the
atirring event* connected with the g'eat a'.ruggle for Inde
pendence. An inttruotlve lecture, muaio, Ae. Door* open
at 7%; commence atSo'clook.
Fourth of july.-to let, suitable for any
kind of respeotable exhibition, the St. Charles Theatre,
HU(1 Vauxkball Gardens, buth admirably adapted for
miking money on tho Fourth. Apply immediately to GEO.
LEA !<3 Bowery, in the afternoon or evening.
11UEATKK TO I.ET,?THE GREEN STREET THKATRR,
. in tbe ci?v of Albany, will be routed on favorable terms,
for theatric*! performance*, exhibition* and oonotrts Thi*
I "tiding i* la a central location, and ha* beea lately fitted
up with a tine variety of scenery and accommodation*,
which offer a rare opportunity to ?ny one wishing to engage
f? theatrical business, or give a terie* of entertainments
All inquiries by mail promptly answered, lnunir* of 1L
C. O. Nichols, No. ? Douro's Buildings.
TRAVELLERS' OPUDE.
CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD TO PHILADRL
(ifla, from pier Mo 1 North river ?Two line* oaily, at
7 A. M. and 2 P. M. The morning line at 7 A. M., by steam,
boat John Potter, to South Amboy; thenoe by care to way
places to Philadelphia. Fare 92, leoond olais, 91 79. Ex
press line* at 2 P.M., by John Potter to Amboy, thenot
direot to Camden by cars; through in live hour* Fate $3.
W ay aeoommodation and emigrant lice at 1 P. M.; fare 9}
CO; emigrant line at 5 P. M ; tare 91 75.
jj^OR KEY PORT, UNION, PORT MONMOUTH, HID
C dletown Point, Red Bank, Freehold, Ao.?The steasasi
CAULE leaves every morning, (except Saturday ) at 8
o'clock, from foot of Hurray st eet; returning, leave* ttt
docks of tbe Flosence and Keyport Company at 4 o'olook.
HARLEH RAILROAD -INLAND ROUTE ?ON AND
after Monday, June 26, (Sunday* excepted,) fer Al
bany aad Troy?will leave City Hall itation, No. 1 Centra
street, accommodation tram at 7 A. M., stopping at Wil
liams' Bridge and stations north.
Leaving depot oornsr ot White and Centra streets?Morn
ing express at 9 A. M., stopping at White Plain*. Croton
Falls. Brewttar'*. Peterson, Dover Plains, Mtllertoa. Hills
dale. and Chatham Four Corners, and arriving In Albany
at iii P H. Afternoon express at 3% P.M., stopping at
Wblte Plains. Croton Falls, Brewster's, Patsrsoa, Paw
ling's, Dover Plain* Millerton, and stationa north, oeanect
lngat Chatham Four Corners with tbe Westarn Railroad
express train arriving at Albany at 9.40 P. V.
From City Hall Station?Htlierton at 2 46 P.M., stopping
at White Plains. Newcastle. Croton Falls, and stations
north Croton Falls at 10.IS A. M.. and 4 and CP. M.. stop
ping at way stations. Whiis Plains at 3.30 aad 6.16 P.M.,
stoiii ing at York rille and stations north. William*' Brid^
at 6 30. 7JO and y.15 M.. and 12.30. li. 15. 4.20,6.30, tt-aad 11
P M . stopping- at all war stations.
Passengers mar also prouro tiokets and have th?lr bag
gage ohecked for Utioa Buffalo, aad other places west
and north of Albany, at the.company's offloss oorneco. Bow
ery and Broome street, aad Fourth avoaue and Tweaty
sixth street
Returalng to New York, leaving depot Western Railroad,
oorner of Maiden lane aad Dean street, at 6 A. M. mail
train, stopping at all nail station* above W~tutsans' Bridge,
arriving at New York at 12 15 P M. Express 'rain leaves
Troy at 8 45 A. M.. and Albany at U A. M.? stopping at Chat
ham tour Corners, HiUedalr Uillertoa. Amenta, Dover
Plains, Pawlings, Croton Fails. White Plain*. a?4 Williams'
Bridge; arriving at Naw York at 2 SO 1. &? P*>?onners
from station* oa thi Western Railroad, bv taking the 6 A.
M_ trala from Springfield to Alhaay. will eoaaeet with this
trafn. Express train leaves Trov at 3 SO P. 14., aad Albany
3 45 P. M., stopping at Chatham Four Corner*. Phllmon*
Mart in dale. Hillsdale. Copakcx Mlllertoa, Asnwnta. Wassaia,
Lovei Plains, Aavth Dover. Pawling*. Patersoa. Brewstew.
CrvSoa Falls. White Plains, aad Wou's Bridge Passengers
by this train will not be land?d between Croton Falls aad
Williams' Bridga, nnjM* coming from abova Croton Palls.
Passengers bet.vaaa Crotca Falls and WHBiams' Bridge
mast take the regular trai^. leaving Croton. Falls 3 W> P.
M. 7 A. M.. from Mlllertaa. sU>pp?i at all station* be
tween Millertoa aad White Plains, aad arriving in New
York at 11.30 A. M. 6 60A. M? frosaCrotoa Fall*, * tapping
at all time tbhla sta?iona,Atriving at- Naw York at820 A.
M. 7 A. M.. Jram Croton Falls, stepping at all stations be
twaea Crotc* JVl* aad Ford Sain, arriving at New York at
936 A. M ? P. M , f*oin.Oroao? Falls. (topoiair at all
stations br*w?ea Crown rail* aad Williams' Bridge. ar
rivtngjat New York at 6 15 P. M. 5A. M. and 7 30 p. M.,
? WWSS
^ jpai jttalli
funday Arrange* ?n"V. ?Train* will leave for Croton
rlvtnmt New York at e is r. m.
from White Plains, stopping at
Uams'^Bi^ge a^6so,830,946.A. ML, 12M., 213, 4 46, 6. 7,
all sUtioas. From Wil
and 9 30 J. Si., sloping at all staticas.
turning. v*Ul leave Croton Fall*-Vi 7 A. M aad 4 30
stoppisc at all way statioa*. Vasseagers by the a
tram* will be received and laided In Naw York
Falls aad aU war stations at ? 3? A. M and 4 P. M. F ,,
~ - * "IP.B.
Suiw
. _ at this
Tweeby-eeventh. etreet station, only. Freight for Albany
recel dally until 4 P. M., at the depot eornsr of Centre
and ?Yhiiostgeats.
J?HK P. ELIOT, gnperinUni^
NEW YORK TO T?? WHITE mountains DIRECT,
?in JStringlVeld, Bellow's Falls, Windsor, WUitj.River,
aim Well* River to fciUJetsn, bate ol tlw taOuutnLas, by
ra?lrovl,%nd via MpntpeMer, Burlington. St. albpas and
Rouse's Point to Ogdansbarg and Mealreal. Tiokct otBeee,
Naw Htitn Railroad, coiner ol Broadway and Camd street,
and corrsr of Tweat; sixth stieet aad Fourth arenue. Ex
preis drains, 8 AM, aad 4 P. M. Baggage chickcd through.
}'AANC'I& B YK>K, Oeneral Agent, 162 iox&street.
'KW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA AND TBI SOUTH
_ and Wast, via New Jersoj Railroad.?UniUa States
mall and express lines leave New York, foot or Cortlahdt
street, at ?, Sand 10 o'olook A. M., anil i'X and 6 P. M.
Thzoukh ia four hears. Fare?$2 25 In 7, ?jjr75 in tyi, and
93 la 8, 10 and 6 The Nets Jersey hooommoletlon line
loaves at 12 M., at $2. stopping at aU way stationi Throux>
tkkef s sold for Cincinnati (at 916) and Ute West, and fat.
Baltimore, Washington. Norfolk, Ac., aad through baggng^
ohsoked t?Waihingtonin 3and 10 A. M. aad 6 P.M. trains,
VfW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROID NOTIC*.
J.1 Oa and after Monday, Jane 2", the expreis train,
now lsavini; depot coruof White and Centre streets j'. i P.
M., will leave at 3.30 P. M. The White Plains train, now
leaving City Hall at 3 20 P.M.. will leave at 3 3?. P.M.
The Croton Falls train, now leaving, at 3 P. M , will, loavs
at 4 P. M , and the Williams Bridge train, now leaving at
4.13 P. M., will leavt at 4 20 P. M.
JOHN D. ELIOT, SuperiilOAd-ut.
K
Regular day boat for albany avd inter
mediate las lings.--Tho a:w ami splea,Hd steamer
OEO. WA8H1NUTON. ( apt J. B. (Moll. wig. leave New
x ork, from foot of Jay street, avery Tnosda?, Tanrsday and
Saturday, at 7.o'clook A.' M. Ketutning, wili.Oave Albany
very Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
ME UICAL.
C1H0LERA.?1>R A. DOOLITTLE'S CHOLERA ELIX
I tt, to prevent and cuie tlie Aflatic oLolera. Hundred! j
of bottle* were need *ith good euocetl in the !mc cholera.
Sold at 141 Giasd itittt.
DR. RICHARDSON. LATE CONSULTING PHY8I?
clan to tlit Now York Colli ge of Mcdicioe and Phat?
maoy, |<radun.e of the lto;*l College of burgounu, I>obUn
can be consulted in hie epecitl'ty. from a A. M to 7 P. 91.,
at hie coninltlxic room, No. 92 Prince etroet corner of .<?>
ctr. I etter* fr?iu the country titended to.
Dr. ward, no.! so canal btreet. one DOOl
mt of Broadway, c\i be ooualUid at or-al <N
certainty. Hours from 9 A.M. till 9P.M. Dr W. U I
graduate of Edlnbnrg, Scotland, and hae been sixtsoayean.
noit lOcoesefuUy devoted to bli speoialty.
DR. COOPER, NO. 1? DUANE STREET. "A AY BE COM
suited. Dr. 0. woold teipnotfolly ao> of tlioea Ik
terosted a call being *aU?4ed, fro? a p.'.oi^e of twenij
two years, he ean (Ire entire sattsf'.i.tion ,
DU R. JOHNSON. NO. 16 DUANE f ,1'f.ZiX, mat Ml
?cninlted at nil old setsb'lehed o(L<ie. Dr. J. le a f?
gularly ednoated physielan, end liae la active prMii?
at his (present location for tbe U jit twenty three yean
Hoars from eUlit A. M. to half past, p. M.
Dr. corbett, no. 19 Dr,af!1 birf.et, mat be
oonsulted on hl? trsatr Twenty toor yeari tn
one speciality ensiles bim utiarsutee st?edy and per
manent cures. N.B.?Dr. ?? % mtmix" of the New i erk
University-^ So* hlsjiipln' <n bi? office.
Dr. channino. r hiskian and 8U?c.*on. is
oonml'ed in one (Molality, at Me eoueaitiag rooms,
No. d.'l Walker stre trom'JA.M to 0 I'. M. Long and
exteneive expericu' ? i? j,?>piial and private practice,
enable* him t? ?> .are spvtdy and perfect cures.
Dr PIRRY graduate Ojt" THE COLLEGE 01
Snrgeone _ Loadun, la ?? of the hntpi^als ef ?3 Oe >rgi
and Bartbol' mew vf Paris, may be consulted from 1
to 3 and fro M g 3 dftilT, Sunday* cxueptel.at hie offl'*
and reside -0, Wmt Broadway, opposite White street
T^?C".OR powell, DISCIPLE Of TUE GREAT
?*' ' ?a?j'?II, cen lie consulted on all diseases incident to
' .omen fiauie, at No W l.leptnard street, near Broad
*? / MU encodes in the treatment of ibrmio, nrrroni and
f jfm..n?ry complaints bee lecu truly won erlul. Office
ibvri fruni PA M. to ft P. M.
M La H MONT, PARIS A*>D LONDON PHYSICIAN
* and ttiigton, i< coneulied in I.I' speciality, at V Keide
e"ri t c ri.e' of lir(i*d**y from 11 A. M till J 1* M and
fioin i. till 9 in tbe evening, except iniiday?. N It. ?>0*,
'he d: a( etcre. ___
Tnt 01 r? Dit Tiirr <ke ins. em r??? i*oim';i^
. an ettelilifhrd th" Hanteriae l;tep?t>.eaf) No A IMn
tlo> ?t?tet N<< Y.ifk otty. in "Cti oeo >>e ununited, a
oeaal tri>io 7 A M ?.o 10 P. M.. SaoJaye exeri>i?4, at uU eii
Ut.1. 3?ni'.<.'Ujn with to ethjc U WmU(
Ajrmnractrrt.
w *?Y BMniwa ?vbrvn, mra mmurvmny m
Mofkr JiUwiaiia WMitdar itwlu. JutK
BVMCHBACK, ilidtBi MtriuttU Oliaia oa tha TlaM
Rope. THE WANI>*RIN0 KIN'SI'RKL. Sew* tram OtSS
lo, ud the TUKEk. JACK aUAFPAEDS.
DMDri NATIONAL TUEATEE-ADMISSION. ?
I mIHmiM BHn.oM ?t7. oartala rimMTV?'?teak,
Wedaeaday .v?al?f Juaa ?. rob ROIT, Tight Kim u<
THE GREENMOUNTAIN BOY. ^
rpu OBIOIMAL 0BOBOB CHUarr a wnnm-m mm.
1 ?? BwWwW, perform irwr in3?
Tiekate. Jo tali
Dan epea at 7; to MaaNN At ? a'ele.k
TUt MBfUf ku a* oeaBMUta with u, othet.
B WOOD HidBMl^amt.
GEORGE CHKI8TT, Btag* **?trn
TV. Mt?rUuiB?Bt to oonoiude auk UiattaaHa k?
l*tia af BLACK DOUGLAS,
Oa Thb Lon Bait mm.
Nebraska Bill D.agla* Oea*e?<
New drop eartaia, Knirj.dmm, aarit, Ai
A Caab-George Chriati^ n| kaewt for th. Iwt
year. la ooaaeetloB with Eihtuptaa Minetratay. Mhal
aathad af informing the public that ha ha* faraii a?a
partaerelup with Mr. Boury Wood, of Mlaatral Hall, Ma. K
Broad war, At whioh place ha will * ^^eoeoll'cElEStT
BUCKLEY 8 OPBHA BOUSE NO. 5SU UROADWAF.
Moaday evealng. June St. aad J art a* tha week, tfe*
grand bar leasee oa tha Fun opera of
ClNDERiLLA.
Of. tha Magic Ulaaa S'ipper,
In foar act#, with aaw eoeaery traaapareaoMa, Ao.. aad aS
Uie original mealc, with tha followiag poaMal oaati?
CindraeUa MUa A. Mlaaaaf
Baroa IT. Pwidiii
Prlaoa F. X Waddlaaaa*t
Dacdtaab 0. S Biabn
Pedro B. Biahep P -
AUideae J A.
ThUbaa*4 W?*ktata af tha Bare*.. * *? 1
Fairiaa, Blackberry Sprit**, Ac
Leader af tha Otoheetea Fred. '
Coneert oommeaoea at 8 o'elook. Ticket*, 24 eaata; Or
ohe.tra Seat*; 60 eaata. h otioe ?The Icoaoect will oaaa*
mence with a aapariar Ethiopiaa Eateriaiameat,
BARNUM'S AMERICAN MU4EUM-JCST RBCETOSt
a?- aanrmoaa ihlaf Boa Coaa-riotor, from MmaMaW
over 28 feat in length and 23 inchea ia oiroarafereaoe; aBV*
In* Ourang Oatauit, the < aly living Kbinooero* la tha aa?
trv. and the living baa Tiger, are atill hare. WadaaaAa#.
Jut 28?la tha aftarBooa. at S o'elook. aad alae (a &
evening. at 8 o'elook, tha aaw comedy of the HOPB ? t
TbB FAMILY. Adaaittaaoe, It eeata:'oAildrea uaAectda.
UH oeata; Ant baloeajr aad parqaat, 13X eaata extra.
ITALIAN OPERA.?CASTLB GARDBN.
OPENING NIOBT ON
FRIDAY, JUNK XL
Fibat ApPBAB Alt OB or
DONNA TALkRIE GOMEZ,
SIGN OR NKIU BERALDI,
SIGNOR GRAZJANI.
Or Friday Jane SO and Saturday, July 1, will ha ft*,
fomed DealietU'afaTorlta opera or
LUCIA DI LAMMKRMOOB.
Laoia Donna Oa
Edgardo ?**-B
A an too 8i| Or
Bidibtnt .*%?*. Coll'
AHhar 31g. Qaiaaa
boora open at 8K o'olock; performance commanoe at I
P. M.
Admiaaion One Dollar io all parta of the honae. No 'itMb
ob&rge (or aecuring aeat. in advanoa.
An offio* will be opened from 9 A M. to 4 P. M. erary t?0
from Wtdaeaday, at Hall A Son'a mu.io atore, what* ~ "
aay be aeanrad la advance.
No S?cur*d Seata aold at tha doer*.
Ouribnaee rnnalng to all parti; of the olty will be la i
neaafor tha accommodation of tha rablic, and oarriagaa eaa
drive To the door of the (larden. 'I he Stataa Ialaa i fanf.
boat will leave for the laland af Jar the parformaana*.
BOWERT THEATRE.?BENEFIT OF MBS. YEOMAJM.
? On Friday evetlag. Juna SO,
LOVE'S SACRIFICE.
Margaret Elmore Mia* Ellta Gray
Who ha* kindly voluntaered.
Brraiiie Mra. Yeomaaa
Jeaa Kaaa Mr. T. S. LaaU*
widow's Victim.
Jeremiah Clip, with hi* famed imitatian* of Ml <ke
eOiinent aotora W. R. Goodafl
Jaae Chatterly Mra YtoMM
Madame Margaret ?a Olivia, tie wonder of tha world. ?B
perform on the Tight Rope.
JaCK SUSPPARD.
The Original Jack Mr*. TatMM
DONETTI'S acting monjckys, dogs andooahl
and beautiful Chemioal Ijlnaion*, (Chinese Buildlaim.
My Broadway,) every night at 8, anil Wednesday and Sa~
Lurday at 3 o'clock. Admittance 25 oentg. Children halt
prloe. N. II.?Next week i* tho Int.
JWIKANB (THE KNICKERBOCKER COMEDIAJB
. benefit to night, Jul o23, at the Bowery Theatre.
Theatre to let.?the beautifully fii
op theatre, kaown an the " St. Charlei," No*. 17 and It
Bowery, will be let on very reaaoaable term*, by the nigtt.
week or month. For terma, apply to GEO. LEA, Me. tt
Bowery, in the nftcraao&er evening.
HOTKL?. ~
UNITED STATES- HOTEL. CHESTNUT BTBBBxi
above Fourth.? Philadelphia, June 17th, 1864.?O. J.
MacLKLLAN, (i\le at Jonae* Hotel,) hai the pleaence to
inform hU frieudi and. the traveliiag commuaity, that kc
he* leaeed thli hqnae for a term ofyoar*, and i* new prn
pared for the rcsMioa of gaeat*. The iooal advantage* ef
thi* taTorite oh' ettabliahment are too well known te neat
comment. The Ui>ase ana fur nit ere have boon pat la teat
rate order: the room* are large an 1 well ventilated. The
?able* will alwaye be aapplled with the bait, and the pre
print or pledgee Limself that no effort on hia part e4a)f to
wanting to make the United State* equal in eomfertoto aa
hot*,! in the Q?kn eity.
UNION HOTEL, LIBERTY STREET, NEAR FVLftME,
BrooUyn.?Famished tadreoma te let, by the wadk
or month, >a reasonable terma. Anplj a* abovo. The Eu
ropean papwe.rtfularly on file,In the reading noaA
taehtd.
HI MIII Win. R3HIREAT8.
RHEY?OBT. JUNE irrst 18^?LEG ROOT manmos
Hoase, Key port, N. J., it now open for tha cw*f?M
o; t rar jient and permanoat boardara Keyport Veins ?M
brateO. far Uanne fithiua, bathing, eal.log, pieaeant art?.
Ao , r>j?d*re it a plaoe or popular raaort te thoie who eeat
?ult 'ofaTort, oonvenienoo and too no my. Attaohed to the
hotel are large and oonvonieni etablea, aheda, Ao.. for tfca
arocjunoAatlon of hoaaea on livery. N. -B??BoatsUMt
ft ov of It amy atreet, daring the aummer. twioe a day,
EDM9N0 DSC ROOT, Pre j tie tor.
Latt-of tha Freaeott Heaso, New Toik.
MMOUNT VERNON HOTEL, THIRTY MINUTB3 BEDS
from New York, per New Hares Railroad. The a%
daaigaed, thankful for part far or*, infoama his patrons aaA
the oablic that his .house ia reopened (or the anaaM* sal
tan. GEORGE H. GOULD, Proprietor.
VfETROf OLl*AN HOTEL.-VAN DS KB AND OOOPBB
JXL proprietor*. Long Branch, Naw Jersey. K. X Yam
Dyke and Joaoph H- Cooper bare [mrr.huad the above V?>
tel. and will be prepared to accommodate boardeas en <M I
26th June. The location eannot be rurpaaeed. The
and furniture are naw; the eatabllnha&ent is the Uni^H
moat eommoiiou* orr.ths ahore. T?ore Is a daily
eation, by few ateaniboate, via., the Thomaa
Alloe C. Prloe. James Christopher, and Ooean
Every accommodation for tea bathing. A large large
been proeoged, a? that no detention will take plaoe wflV
the water it too lew ft?r the steamboate te go ap the riTNt
the tabU will be eapplied with.every delieaoy of the aieecm
there will b? the heat of atteadaaee; and it u the lateatlea
of the proprietor* to spare no expense ia making the Matao
pelitan ia every reapeot a fix at olaas Hotel. Application fiat
rooms, or for aay other Information relative to the hotel,
may be., made to Joeeph H. Cooper, Long Braaeh, N. ea
to m. M. Van Dyke, 2a Catherine slip. New York.
SHORT EWEN HOTEL, AT PORT EVEN. NBAS
? Hoodoot, excellently Mtaatei for a aummer reeldeaaeL
Boadont ateamtonta call every day: and by raiiroaB
New York passengers aAJ aariv* there within three haaia.
The plaoe Is likewiao, well taited to target exouraloas.
CHARLES 8CHPBANC.
R^HOCKAWAY SUMMER RESIDENCE.?TO A SHALL
H nad highly reaa?cUble family one half of a new aaA
oommodinna houae,?nlly farniahed, would be let for tha
aeason, with privUegt of ice bonne, atable, Ao. The sitaa
tion ia open to tha oeean, a few minutes walk from tha
beaeh. Addreas H. ?., Herald oflce.
SHKA BATHING ?CAPE HAY-CAPE ISLAND NA
tional HaU.?Thi* large, new and apleadld flret olaas
hotel, fitted ?p with gat. and naaurpaased by any other, if
now opeu for visitor*. Having no b?r, it i* a* distinguish*4
for quiet comfort a* for it* aaperior aooommodatloas. Na
tional Ball oeeapiea an entire aoaata of high ground near
the anrf, with a large gardon in front, enjoying tha face
aea breeti, and a magelfinent view of the ooean.
AARON GABBBTSON, Pr*prUter.
The ocean house, at shbewsbuby, new ,
asy, it now ready for the rioeption of boarder*. Tha
additions te thi* eatabliahmant are oompleted. The aew
rooma are farniahed in a atyje an*arpa**ed by aay *imilnr
InttltntWa. Every accommodation for anrf aad.*MU water
bulling. The telegraph from the Ooean Honaete Mew York
will be ia operation in a few days.
HEMRY B. RIELL, Proprietor.
1 BENTON FALLS, NBAR UTICA NEW YORK.?THB
nndertigned inform* the publio that hi* hotel at tha
tve plaoe, ie new open for the reception of company, aaA
trait* that from hi* experience or twenty yeaoL. together
with the exteniive addition* made to tha eitabUinmeat, ha
will be ahle to furnla^ aatlsfactory aooommodationa for kia
pat*, kL MOOBF.
WADAWANUCK HOUSE, STONINGTOB. COfOT.?
VY Thi* MtaUiehment having been put la noafMt
?Ki.*" ^ W?YSffiT*S?M
ASTRQIAHS Y ?
A STR0L3GY.?MRS. FLEURY, FRO* PARIS, WHOES
A relative* propbeoled Napoleon I., It the oelebrated aaA
fir>t person of the preMnt age to foretell f?ta*? events traa
nnd ceriala. No. 283 Broome *treet, aeeond ttory.
A STROI.OGY.?PROFESSOR WILSON, THE CI
A brated attrologer, maj bo ooasalted on past, praa
and future eventa of Hie, at Not. 23U Broome ataset, aeae
E*a*x. Prof. Wilson U the only nereon who K*<Ueted aer
teetly the marriage of fteeeri Victoria, aad deseribod hoc
h??band two year* bafore it took plaoe.
Madame blanche, the host scis.vTiric an*
correot aatrologlrt of the preMat are, who has toea
holding crowded levees at the St. Clair Hotel for the laat
three week*, will remain thi* week, and tiose with Ins to
conanlt her bad better call aoon. The anceeaa attending
the Madame * vitit to Pitttbarg ia trnly wonderful, and
her room* are t ally crowded with the boa ton of onr olty.
We adviie all to go nnd tee the Madame, another *nsk
chaecc may not come ?oon, to learn of the past, preeent,
and future.?I'itttliurg Baily Pott. Offloe ?o. 3UThomp
un ?liect, New York.
Mrs. ladobus, aw canal street, continue*
to tell aa*t, prrMnt and future eventa;'likewiao
oourtabip Mmarilage. She will nlao make love mutual
between pertie* where it doea not now exitt. She will alsa
eaufe a thief to rector* *tolca property. A ;e or tempera
ment told for nothing.
PROFOBAJLB.
PBOPOSALS FOR BUILDINO A COUNTY COtBB
Houie and Jail at Rlverhead, Suffolk Coaaty, N. Y,?
Sealed propoeala will ho reoeived at the Coaaty OlerWB
ottre at River head natilthe 11th day of Jaly next far lag.
i niaking material* and building a Court Hon*, and J ail t*
tho abore named plaoe, a* p?r *peeMoetion? and piaa* N
raoh wi Icb ma; be aeen at *?id Oonutr Clerk'* om/e, om
which day at 8 o'olook f M..*aid proposal* will be opened
?.} the Chairman of the Board of 8up?rviSOr? in tha
peace of ?he Heard, at 4b* Court lIou?e in Riverhrad. A
printed copy of ib? ?proiiica''iona will be fa?ni?hed on a#
Il.caflM to Jan.e? ? Conner. Clerk o| ?aid o?un.y PrV
pova * nity be *<tdr<**?4 to t! ? Chairoma of the Boaid od
Sur> rwUori oftrd of P Coo^0f# Suffolk Cour% MotM
htVV irk RvftrdvHl rtjoot oo? or tU t>*
ibAMlil* rt hlCOLLa ) WkmtlMmm

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