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??11, Hatter, Int U JWahlon, M?. 4U ?????*?
?*J. nri.r of Uspeaard '>?(, tm calling tba elt.altou af
Mb* public to Ma whna a?,<j drab beavers ?M?laic "d Ufl
dree* hat* for Ian mar mfl wtth mlhiN imru thar
V? answrpessed? ve'jU nted u< adapted la Ute present
4tm bv the dm of metallic foil ia>istbly lo?tr*?4 om the
of the hat. lobar eby peraplration la peaveatod ft?a
atriklw. thxiorh bad toiling the outer rarfeae aad bead of
? be Wt. BatHri t h? different breed! of fait lid ?t-?w ha'.a,
4 Maonmenli to the traveller his railroad hot. end te the
jmfcea hi* S?aa?*r hat ; alao cavalier. artist. wide awake,
?kancb Tsuei pearl, chocolate Paatma, Grenada, Leghorn,
rjrmp, Wt*', Iadit and other varieties
Gaily your Noble Brow to Crown;
By White in blaek or (ray. or brown,
Ion need bat for one momeat etay,
Corner of Fulton and Broadway:
Came " New-a day*" WHITE'S hate try,
Ftt emslem for the Four'.h of July.
Petyoe: reotypw for Jnly^Wi a<f Brother*'
traaeioae galleries are eool and airy, and the foantain beinn
directly opp ?lt?, k< ep? car place at a c >mfortabl? tempe
rature. Oar galleriex will be open aa rtbual en the Fourth,
and we hare made every arrangement to accommodate tbo
mh on that day.
Reca & Co., 385 Broadway (formerly ?S9),
ta> e more flnt olae* pictures than any other establishment
1b the world. Six hundred taken dally by thetr Geriaan
?eoret -.id machinery from twenty fire cent* to ien dollara.
No connection with any other concern.
Cameo?Daguerreotypes, on the Fourth, at
W illiamaon'a Ua lery in Brooklya, 24!) Ful'?n street, oppo
aito Clinton.
Pianos, Melodeona and Maale?Uorace Wa>
TERS 3S3 Broadway, ia exclusive agent for T Gilbert A
Co. '* pianos, with or without the jJioWea; Hallett A Cora
iton'a piaaos, J. Chiokerlng'a planoa, GUbert'a benilotr
pianos and lloiace Water*' pianoa; 3D A H. W. Smith'*
aaeledeoa*, Goodwin ft Baldwin'a me tudeona. Mr. Waters
baa alao on hand pianoa of eight other different makers,
aad melodeona of every atyle and flaiah. Manic and musio
merehan'ite of every variety and of quality better than
aaa be found elsewhere Ilia motto being small profit* and
quick aale*, hi* lmmanae (tuck U oonatantly and rapidly
salllsg.
Second-hand Pianoa at Qreat BargaliMv
One for 125, one for $?;? oge for $100. ono for S125, and ona
near y aew, having boon but little used. for $175 Also, a 5
octave melodeon, but little ua*d, for ISO; 4K octave do. for
9B0. HORACE WATERS, 333 Broad ray.
New Mualc? Our Olrla Ballad; Words, C.
1>. Stuart; mode, Tbona* Baker. Title page em belli <h?d
with tbe moat aplendid llluminatad vignette of our girl* aver
published. Price 88 cent* Fireman's Quadrille, by Jullien,
ooB)poaed expressly foe the grand Musioal Congroas, with
hoantiiul vignette. Price 50 cents. Julliea's Farewell
?alee, with pvrtrait of the great oompoaer on Utl* pa**;
dedicated to tbe ladlee of Amerioa. Prioe SO cents. HO
RACE WATERS, 333 Broadway. N. B.-Muaio sent by
mail; postage fr re.
Two off the moat magnificent Pianofortes
rr*r manufactured? one of paplev maobo, the other olabo
tataly earved rosewood? and which woro pronounced tha
neat on exhibition at the Crystal Palaco, Doing made ex
pxaaalv for the Pair, without regard to oxponae, are now
offered for aale. together with a handsome assortment of
(B?t-umests of their own manufacture, at the wareroom*
af GKOVESTEEN A 1RUSLOW. Mo. 505 Broadway, ad
joining St. Nicholas JIot?l. Alao an assortment of vary au
oorior mrlodcona
A New Romance l>y Typee Melville. ? The
July number of Putnam'* Monthly contains the first part
of an original Americ?n Romanca, from th* brilliant pen of
Melville called Iarael Potter, a Fourth of July Ssory. It
i* a revolutionary romanoe, full of stirring inoident and
bcrola adventure, and will doubtlea* be pronouuood tho
most interesting production of thi3 popular and brilliant
author.
Union Hall Clothing "Warehouse.? The moat
fasbioaable clothing, a vast bnsin**i, small profit*, on*
Wioe and no deviation? these are the maxim* at Unioa
all the sreat elotliink warehouse, corner of Fulton and
Maersu itreet* The assortment for gentlemen aad boys I*
the moat varied in the Vni'od Stat**.
Among the many Clothiers, there are none
that excel JDOLAN A THOMPSONS ready mado clothing,
i wbiob they offer for *ale at leu prices tiau tho oheapeat.
They have now a large and beautiful l>tof goods of every
?tylo. 104 and 106 N assau street oorner of Ann street.
R, W. Roberta, 760 Broadway, Corner of
Ninth street, has just received a aplendid lot of valenelenne*,
median width*, really fifty per cen', less than any valea
ci-noen laces ever offe'ed by u*. A amall lot of Fr*noh band*,
narrow pattern, fit for trimming basque*.
Yon* bat may he thn thing, your coat In
tha lat**t mod*, your panta, veat, boota, unexceptionable ;
bttlfyour (birt ia not a good flt-ifbo?om, collar and
Wristband are not O K ?you are not a w? l dressed indi
vidual, but slmuld goat once to ORSEN'S, Mo. 1 Astor
Douse, aad tirder a set of hi* unsurpassable*.
Wholesale Firework Depot, Wo. 38 Division
street, where ean he had the following article*, of the first
quality and of the best manufacture, at the lowest cash
V* leas;? Pistol crackers gold ehop; torpedoes, pulling
stackers, Jostle, pin wheels scroll*, triangle*, blue lights,
fart Are* grasshopper*, Roman candle*, oengolaa, mine*,
ower rots, torMllfons, pigeons, chines* fiver*, maroon*,
verticles: rockets, with plain and colored fires; colored
Ire*. Ac., Ae Country dealers supplied, and ordera punc
tually attended to.
T. J. JONES. Importer of toya and fanoy gooda.
Fowlers and! Wells, Phrenologists and Pair
liahera, 209 Broadway, Vew Tork. Professional examina
tion* with wr .ttea daaorivtlosa of character, given wheu
den reft. Tbo oahiact and maseam alwaya open and free to
vlaiter* Subscription* reeeired for the Amorican Phreno
logical Journal, and the Water-Cure Journal? each one dol
lar a je?. 308 Broadway. >ew Torl^
Smithsonian House, on the European Plan,
tut Broadway, on the same biool. with tho Metropolian
Betel. Si' gle rooms, 50eentaaday; parlor* and i?sdriom,
fl to 11 SO. and by the week fei lea*. This new and bututi
fal bot*l, Just completed, in the heart of Broadway, offers
?r*t elae* aecommodation* in tba beat quarter of theoity,
at very low rate*, having new and beautiful furniture
thiaagaeut. Croton water, gas aaA bell* in avery room b*st
hair mattresses and linen thtdM, hatha, and all other ap
polatments of superior order. SIDNEY KOPjfAN.
?awing Machines.? If the Public Wish to
snrsbase tewing machines, whieh tbey ean use without dan
ger of any coafiioMag patent claim*, and *f the aame time
nave tbe be*t maebine* ever devised, let th*m buy one of
aar single threaded maehines which are secured by the un
tepured pat*nt granted to Morey A Johnr in, li. Vl?. A*
Approved by I. X. Singer these machine* oannot be cjaal
ta<T. Bxi~'ne and be coaviuced, I. M SINGER A Co , 323
Broadway.
Dtflauce Salamander Safei.-Bo'ltlt ?f?
PATRICK I* the sole manufacturer ia the United Stats* of
th* above celebrated ?afe?, and E. C. Gifftn'a lm?(not.raMe
deflanc* locks and cross bars, the bast safes aad lock* com
bined in the world. Depot, No. 192 Pearl street, one door
below M*id?n lans; manufactory, Noe. 60, 62, 64 aad 66
Caaacn stmt.
Bate lie lot's Hair Dye Is still the Leading
article, by all acknowledged to be tbe be*t dy* extant for
perfectly coloring the baie tho moment it ia applied Tea*
?f thousands ia all parte of th* world proloaim it th* only
tellable dje kaown. Sold at BATCHELOR'S, No. 23
Broadway.
Four Medals are In fiyona' hands.? Honors
from earth's meet favored land*.? Amerioa, Great Bri.atn,
Belgium, have at their s-veral ietornationkl fairs awarded
medals to Lyon for hi* Magnetic 1'owJer. warranted t<> de
stroy a'l Insects, and free from pr ison. Call at 424 Broad
way and ft* the medal*. Branch depot, 83 Bosk street,
Philadelphia.
Hyatt's Lift Balsam? Rheumatism In Its
moat painfnl form*, also sorofula, old u^eer*, and toe worst
aaat* of dlaease* of the blood, great debtlty, liver oom
plaiat, kidneys, Inoipient consumption, An., are most cer
tainly eured by this great purifier. Priaeiml depot, No. 246
Grand street. Seventy five cents per bottle.
Are You Prepared for Cholera)? Dr. Glda
ding*. 85 Murray street, aas a sure and *ff*otnal remedy for
ebelera, diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera morbus, cholera In
fantum, Ae., which hss never failed in a single instance
whan civen a* directed Every family should keep thi* in
taUable remedy at hand.
Married,
Tn thU city, on Saturday, Jaly 1, by the. Rat. Mr. Far
relly, Colonel J. Haooxrty Lkach to Mias Saras Hvmk*.
Pan Francisco papers please copy.
On Tuesday evening, June 27, by the Rev. Dr. MHlett,
at bis rt sidence, No. 308 Broome street, Mr. JoraraT.
Bussku. to Miss Sakab Awn Buigiuk. all of this city.
On Sunday evening, June 26, at MacCorab's ' Dam, by
tbe Rev. William Richmond, Wnxux ?. Smth, Jr., to
Buuh AunRbd, of this city.
In Trioity Church, Rutland, Vt., on Wednesday, June
38, by the Key. Dr. John A. Hicks, Dwioht Townskks, of
this city, to Exilt, daugl'er of the Hon. T.Hodges, of
Rutland.
At Cold Spring, L- I,, on Wednesday, June 28, by the
Bey. Mr. Edwards, Misa F.ukabbth H. Coxuim, daughter
of B. M. Conkllu, Esq., to Mr. W illiam Ki&ulm, of MiQ
burn, New Jersey.
On Wednesday. June 28, at Forayth street Church, by
tbe Rot. W. H. Norrio, Mr. Gnoses Holt Sunn to Miss
Dorcas Trottrb, both of this city.
^ London papers please oopy.
Died,
Suddenly, on Saturday, July 1, Jerboas Locxsbrrt,
Jr., in the 80th year of his age.
The friends of the family are respectf ullv invited to at
tend his funeral, at three o'clock this afloruoon, from
his late residence, No. 72 Second avenue, corner of
Fourth street.
On Friday evening, June 30, at hia late residence, at
Ford ham, Weetebester county, of end ocardi ties, Mr.
JOfcH Eixkbbt, formerly of Hull .
The friends of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend bis funeral, at one o'clock this afternoon. The
Interment will take place at Greenwood, at five o'clock
P. M.
On Saturday morning, July I, after a short illness,
LottvbH., daughter of William K. Thorn, in the 20th
year of her ago.
lbs friends of tbe family are invited to attend her fu
neral, at four o'clock this afternoon, from the residence
of her fathtr, No. 13 West Sixteenth street.
On Saturday morning, Julf 1, Susan fvsoK, youngest
daughter of Orlando and Kilaa J. Gray, aged 3 years and
2 days.
The friends of the family at* respectfully invited to
attend the funeral, at three o'clock this afternoon, from
No. 817 Henry street, without further invitation.
On Saturday morning, July 1, of convulsions, Wmrvrid
Am, daughter of Richard and Margaret Ann Austin,
aged 1 rear. 9 months and 8 days.
The friends and acquaintances of the family, also the
?Mmbers of E. L Snow Social Union No. 8, and the Order
in general, also the members of Jefferson Division No. 7,
& of T., and the members of Union Lodge No. 2, Inde
pendent Daughters of Samaria, are most respectfully in
vited to attend her funeral, at two o'clock this afternoon,
from No. A Orchard street, near Division.
Suddenly, on Saturday mornioa, July 1, Jacob Moon,
aged 06 years, 4 mouths and 1 6 <U rs.
The relatives and friends of th< family, and the Ve
teran Corps of 1812, are respectfully invited to attend
his funeral, at twelve o'clock thia day, from his late re
sidence, No. 108 Suffolk street.
On Saturday morning, July 1, Jcua Colusa, in the 52<1
year of her sge, a native of Doneraile, county Cork,
Ireland.
The funeral will take place at half-past one o'clock this
afternoon, from the residence of her son, David Collins,
corner of Columbia and Doughty streets, Brooklyn. The
relatives and friends of tbe family are invited to attend.
Her remains will be taken to Calvary Cemetery for inter
ment.
On Saturday, July 1, Mart MoMajth, aged 67 years, a
native of Templepoit, county Cavan, Ireland.
Her friends and acquaintances are invited to attend
her funeral, at ti? o'clock thia afternoon, from her late
rt'*idt>noe, No. 3<>1 Mulberry street.
On Thursri* , June 20, of consumption, Eliza Dt'OA-v,
aged SO years .
I The friends and acquaintance* of the family, *1*0 >f bar
brother, Marcus Augustus, aod her brother Francis, ile
eea'vd. are invited to attend her fane rat, from her late
residence. No 9 King street, tht* afternoon, at three
i o'clock Her remain* will he Interred is Eleventh street
Cemetery.
Pnddenlr, Iamb Coromjw, aged 25 years and t months.
Hi* frierds and acquaintance*, likewise the member*
of Engine Company No. 20, Hone Company No 49, and
the Are department in general, are invited to attend the 1
fanersl, thU afternoon, at half pant one o'cloik, from
No 138 Liberty street, without further invitation
On Friday, June SO, Jobs J. Dancoiro, in the 48th rear
of his age.
Hi* fnt-nV, and those of hi* stepsons, WiUiain, James
and George W. Swayne, are invited to attend his funeral,
from his late residence, No. 143 Fulton street, Brooklyn,
| at two o'clock this afternoon.
On Thursday, June 29, very suddenly, SiMrSL Wash
jsoto.h PEKiry, youngest son of James and Susanna Penny,
aged 25 years.
Hie remains were interred in Greenwood Cemetery.
In Stat en Island, on Saturday morning, July 1, after a
short iUneis, Mr*. Euzauth Tyeu, reliotof the late John
Tysen, in the 74th year of her age.
The relatives and fi ieuds of the family are invite 1 to
attend her funeral, without further notice, from her lute
residence, near Port Richmond, at two o'clock this after
noon. Conveyances will be at the Port Richmond land
ing on the arrival of the twelve o'clock beat from foot of
Whitehall street. New York.
On Saturday, Jnly 1, of consumption, Joseph Adavso*.
aged 39 years ard fl montha.
His friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited
to attend his funeral, from the residence of his brother
in-law, Geo. H. Barr, No. 54 Hammond street, on Sun
day, the 2d Inst., at 3 o'clock P. M.
Mseon, Ga. , and New Orleans papers please copy.
ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERT? DAT.
imitsoiiALi
INFORMATION OF JOHN, PATRICK, OffIN, C ATniC
rino aad Alise O'ltrien will be thankfully received by
their brother, 1 any O'Brien, 33 Qroenwioh street.
INFORMATION 18 WANTED ABOUT A FAMILY
named I1RNTZ, whoso ancestor* wero born in Bremen,
Germaaia, and emigrated to some part of the United States
early in this centnry The lait direct information relative
to tbem, was. that tome of them were living in Qneoa*
oonnty. Look Inland. State of New York. Any information
relative to them, will be thankfully received by tddressing
Ht.?KY K. OSLOi N. Merchant, Charleston, 3 C.
INFORMATION WANTED OF JOROKN NIELSEN
Clottsr, roarin?r, native of Denmark, who it entitled to
? n inheritanee in hi* native couuiry. Apply to the Con
talate of Denmark, 62 Beaver itreet.
INFORMATION WANTE") ? O* LUCY MILLER. WHO
trrived in Ntw York by the Hndion River K iilrotd on
Wednotday latt At Chamber! ? rent she hired with a hack
driver to oarry her to a respectatle bouae: next evening ahe
went one, and bai been mixing itroe. Her truok arid car
pet bag remain at the house Information a* to her where
abouts will be thankfully received at the Third ward sta
tion house.
MISS ELIZABETH MIDDLETON. OF LIVERPOOL,
it requested to call at the Broadway PoBt Office. m.1
at 67 Exchange place, for some letters of importance to hor.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Grand ball-the subscriber, proprietor
ef the Newark Bay House, begs leave to Inform hit
friends and patrons that he will give a trend Fonith of July
invitation ball at the above house. Clam bake ohowders,
dinners Jfco., (applied, and always on band. N. B.? Stages
leave Jersey city ferry every few minutes. 4X miles from
Jersey city, on the plank road to Bergen point
H. H. TYSON.
IN CONSEQUENCE OP SERIOUS INJURY TO THE
dii cipllne of the Military Academy, oaused by the visit*
of excursion parties, notice i* hereby given that no steam
boat with such parties on board, will be permitted to land
at West Point.
MANHATTAN SAYINOS INSTITUTION, NO. MS
Broadway, near Bleecker street ?Open daily from 9
A. M. to 7 P- M ?Deposits made ia this institution on or
before the 10th day of July will rent ive Interest f?oca the
lit at the rate of six per cent per annum on $000 and under,
?nd five per eent on all turns over that. June 30th, 1894.
B- J. BROWN, President.
A. A. Alvobd, Secretary.
OW-A DAYS.-A FULL MEETING TO DAY. AT 12
o'clock, at RICKARD'S, 480 Broadway, opposite
WaUaok'*.
N
OW A DAYS.
OU. A.? SPECIAL NOTICE.? THE MEM3EKS OF
? Putnam Chapter No. 8. 0. U. A , and also the mem
bers of all other Cnaptersof tho Order who Utend visiting
Newburgin junction with Putnam Chapter, to celebrate
the Fourth of July, will please meet at tho Chaptor rooms,
coiner Of Grand and Ludlow streets on Monda*. 3d inat..
at 5 P. M Punctual attendance is requested. They will
pleMe come prepared to leave in the steamboat thkt night,
If possible, owing to the Committee sot beinf able to pro
cure a ear on the morning of tha Fourth. Be sure and
?one, one and all. **y order of tho
COMMIT! EE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
N AND AFTER MONDAY. JULY 10 INSTANT, THE
fare on the Fltst avenue line of stags* will be reduced
to three cent*. AkDRKVS t CO.
ETE MORRIS AND TEMPERANCE.? AT THE MA' t
moth teat, corner of Seventh avenue and Thirteentu
atreet, this evening Sunday. July 2, PETE MORRLA and
?ther eminent advooate* of temperance will hold forth at
the above place this tveniag. No charge for admission.
"pRJ SIN TATION - ON M O N UA V K VEN1 SO , J U
X 24. tha working chronometer maker* of New York in
vited Messrs. Creighton A Black, 42 Fulton street, and a
number of rnest* . to meet tbem at Messrs. Lovejoy's A Up
?on' i Hotel, Broadway. When the gueit* aaaembled, the
Chafrman, Mr. John Poduoora addressed Mr. Frederiok
Creighton a* follow* :?
Mr. Frederick Creighton? Sir. we are here aaiembled this
evening to oarry out the resolution* adopted at a meeting
of (be workmen in year employ by their requot tj. I have
undertaken the duty of conveying the expression of their
sentiments. Sir, my fellow workmen beg to express Ucir
high admiration of your ability as a manufacturer of ozo
nometer*. * hen they look at yon they see tho man who
by your tlill bat rsited the oharaoter of Amerioan chrono
meters to that high reputation whloh hat eitab'Uhed tbe
fame of American mechanism aorot* every tea. Both in
England a* in Ameri?a the practical judge* of chronome
ters have, and do oontinue to testify to the superior excel
lence of your instrument*. Sir, in yon wereoogniie the roan
who firit introduced chronometer manufacturing in Ame
rica, and upon )ou, sir, devolves tha credit of the same;
and H i? uyr? to jour jrsdjt, bt^nnee in other countries
It Las onlj uten done by iha aid of tbetr rc?festivo govern
ments. 1 our perseverance alone has placed the busts ess on
a firm foundation in this great repuiillo. Sir, during our
long connexion with your establishment we have expe
rienced that satisfaction which every good worktntn
how to appreciate in working for a comj etoutjuJ^e of work.
Again, sir, wa thank you for your honorable and maul? de
portment a* sn f tuplover >ow air we request your ac
ccptance of this small token as a tribute of the estimation
of tbe emp'oye* connected with y< ur establishment. We
hope that in tbe future when yon look on this token yon
will derive both pleasure and ,uaiiticat.ion, and, sir, we he;*
that your Ufa will ha long tu be t o gi-atifled.
Mr Ckkigh row replied : ? Mr Chairman and Gentlemen :
It i? with no ordinary feelings that I rise to return thankt
for thi* splendid testimonial of your esteem The presmt
is inde? da beautiful one combining a large amount of pre
ciou* metal and beauti'ul wrrkmanthio; but, Mr. Chair
man, it receives, in my view, Its greatest value from the
fact, that I. is a memento from the employes to the em
pi over.
How rare are such occurrences, and how frequently the
rever:e is the c**e ! And if I have succeeded in o staining
tbe esteem and good will of the intelligent workmen con
nected with the late firm of Blin* A Creighton, and the pre
sent one of Creighton A Bitck, I feel proud and happy; and
I trnst tbe day is far distant when the present relations
existing between us shall be dissolved. Yes, gentlemen, I
hope that we shall be long associatad to our mutual advan
tage ; for tbe relation* between the employer and thn era
ployed are fiose of mutual benefit, and the moment these
benefits cease to be reciprocal, tbe fabric fall* to the
ground. The day ha* gone by wben the emfloyer could
assume an aristocratic position, and causa the face of pa
tient industry to blush when It wa* called mechanic. Sir. I
consider the farmer and the mechanic to be tha bone and
sitew of the land ; and in this free and enlightened country
I know of no prouder title 'haa that of the good and skilful
mccbanio. Gentlemen, 1 again return my warmest tha iks
for your valuable present, and I trust that your future
eonrse may leas prosperous a* tbe most sanguine among
you could detire.
The pitoher (weighing between sixty aad seventy onnoes)
is of most excellent workmanship, ana reflect* great credit
on tbe taste of tho** who cot it np. Tha abasing is fine,
and the design relates chiefly to nautical matters Tbe can
tra shield contain* the inscription, which Is a* follows
"Presented to Mr. Frederiok Cre if h ton by toe Worklsg
Chronometer Makers of New York, who mutually desire to
show their Just appreciation of hi* manly deportment a* an
employer, and to the artist who successfully carried out tho
manufacture of karin?(Chronometers in these United State*.
June 2Cth, 1FS4 ?
After the presentation was concluded, tbe guest of the
evening, Mr Creighton, and the other guest* were invited
into an adjoining room, where a sumptnnm rapper awaited
thsm, which reifeited tha greatest credit on toe establish
ment of Mesar*. Lovejoy and Upton. And we may add that
full justice waa done to the repast, and amidst toog* aad
toast* the honrt flew (wiftly by ; and the company broke up
at a late, or rather, eaily hour, highly pleated with tha
evening's feitlvitie*.
TBE DESIDERATUM -THIS RESTAURATEUR, NO.
164 Fourth avenue, near Union iquare, is open day and
evening, (Sundays iuolnded.lfor the accommodation of those
who require hreakfMti, dinner*, suppers, and lunches
served up In the tort styie Cltiiens and strangers are in
cited to call. N. B.? Oyster* always on band.
JOHN MURGOO.
THE TURF.
CENTREYILIE COURSE, L. I.? TROTTING.? A
purr* of $100 will bo given; nil* heats, be*t three in
five, to wagon*; free for hortos that never trotted for money.
To eome oil July 7; ontrie* to elo*o Monday. July 3, by 10
o'clock P. M . at Faulklaad A Earyen's hotel, Bart Broad
way ; three or more to make a field, and two to itart.
JOEL CON KLIN, Proprietor.
C EN TREY ILLS COURSE. L. I? TROTTING. -M ON -
day, Jnly 3. at S o'oloek P. M .; match $1 000; mile
heata, beat three in five, in harnet*. H. Woodruff name*
r.g. Hnnter, H. Jone* namoe br. m. Irene To bo a fair
ay. Omnibu*** leave tha ferric* hourly for the course.
JOEL CON KLIN, Propristor.
fa
CENTREVILLE COURSE, L. I -TROTTING. MO N
day, Jnly 3, at four o'elock P. M ?Match SM0 mile
heata beat three in five, in harnet*. H. Woodruff name* b.
g. True John, Jr.; Win. Wboelan name* b. g. Sir Peter.
* ' ' JOEL CONKLIN, Proprietor.
M_"ATCH fio oorv? BETWEEN GREY EDDY A HIOH
land Maid.? Centrovtlle Conree, L. I 1 "retting, Fri
day, Jul) 7. between tho hour* of three aad four o'clock,
P. M.. match, $10 0(0, mile heats, beet three in five. In har
ness. F J. Nodlno name* br n. Highland Maid, H. Jone*
names g. g. Grey Eddy. JOEL CON KLIN, Proprietor
EOTTINO AND PACING ? A PURSE OF $2,800 WILL
be given by Wm. Sbute, the proprietor of tho hotel at
N?w Rechollo, fot trotting bom*, on the Fourth of Jul v.
one mile heat*, beot three la flve, under the *ad lie, free for all
horao*. three or more to aiako a race. Entries to bo made
before 12 o'clock, at tbe hotel of Mr. Shute A puree or the
?amo amount will bo given to pacers, mile boat, best throe
la five, free for aU pacor*. Entrios to be made before 12
o'elooa, at the tame plaoe. Three or more to itart.
UNION COURSE, L. I.? TROTTING.? ON THUR8
day, July 0, at 3 o'clock P. M., a match for $1,000, mile
boat*, beat 3 In #, to harnoM. H. Woodiuff names tr. m.
Lady Collin., D Pilfer tavet b m. Lady Franklin. Stagee
leave the Wnliamaburg ferriee for the *ourae every half
hour. To come off on a good day.
JOHN I. SNEDIKER, Proprietor.
COURSE, lT=PACIN(T AND TROTTING -
_ on Monday July 10, at 3 o'oloek, a match for $4 000,
flve milea and repeat, to harne**, carrying IfiA pound* Goo.
Spicer name* g. g Hero, H Wo 'druff name* t g. Prlnee.
Care will leave the South ferry, Brooklyn, for the oonrse at
half paat one o'elook, and return a* soon at the race I* over.
To come off on a good day.
JOHN I. SNEDIKER. Proprietor.
TUB TOADEl^JkC.
GAHDBNER WANTED-ONE MARRIED, WITHOUT
children, wbote wife can wash aad iroa well, and milk.
Ap^>)y to John Dakey, ?1 William (treat, comer of Plae, up
rotnain Qg jwlt.
7QTH ANN1VKRSARY or AMERICA* INOEFEN
( O ilmtf Grand t'ourib of Jal j Exeur<i"n (a the Pn
sale Fall*. PaUtaon. N J This delwbtful r?t:nt after
lir nag undergone a thorough resovatioB. wl'l be r? opened
to th* publio ua t be Morning of tb* Fourth, 'to well
Vbowb beaatira and r imantio acenery of tha " Falla " an 1
tb? neighboring localities offer peculiar fndu ymrati to tlieai
who wish to *ajov our roantrf * K reat Fasti val ia a r>ll g>'
and quiet manr ?r, fraa fron the a >iae aad taruoii uftka ci
ty. Th? grounds whieh have b??a reltid. consist of ahady
walks and grov**, aad verdant lawns, aad art? oroamiat id
with fountains .reeled at a va*t **p?u?e I a tba "Cottage
on 'he Cliff ' dialer aad r*fre>lm elite ooapri<i*4 all 'h >
dtlicacies of t>? icaius. will be ?< rvM at all hours daring
the day and evening at tba noit moderate oharg*.
Stage" will be in waiting at tha l.eoot to convay visiter*
to the Fall*, at tha arrival af eaeh train. A Bald of Mali Q
will be in attendance daring the evtning
-FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION TO WIST
I U Point and Cold Spring, landing at Yonkers, Haet
iags. Tar. > town, Sing Sing. Rockland Lake, Have/straw,
Ve.-t>lank'a, West Pointy ana Cold Spring Fare 90 cents to
Yoaners and return; Hasting* Tarrytown, and Sing Sing
aad return, 75 canta West Point and Cold Spring, and re
turn. I1 Ihe new, feat tailing and *pl?ndH ateamer
THOMAS E HUI.SE will make an exoarJo" a* ab"ve, on
Tueeday, July 4 leaving aa follow*:? Foot of Jay atraet at
9 A M., Spring atraet at 9: A, Amos street at 9^, Tweety
first street at 9:20 and Forty second street at 9%. Return
ing. will leave Cold Spring at 1 West Point at 2 o'clock
P. M., arriving In New York abont 8 o'clock and will leave
again at 6 P. M for Haveratrnw and tba intermediate land
Inge Thii excursion offers inducement* to th* qeit>t and
peaceable which ara aeldom afforded to **eapa from th*
(cetiei of riot and confusion which are ao prevalent 1 i New
Yo'k city on our country'* birthday. The beauty and
grandeur of the acanery need* bo deao lptlon bar* and th*
village*, town* and hamlet* which adorn 'he bank* of oar
noble river, are a picture of k*auty unequalled in the
world.
Fourth or july excursion.? the steamer
CROTON, Capt William U. Wood. wi?l make an Ex
rsrsion to the following place* on Tuesday July 4*h, ISM,
leaving New York, Fulton Market dock, at 8}i o'clock A M,
foot ot Broom* atreet, at A M , for Whiteaton*. New
Rochelle, Olen Cove, Lloyd * Dock, Oyiter Bay and Cold
Spring. Returning leavee Cold Spring at a quarter before 3
o'clock P. M , Oyrter Bay at 3.1/ o'clook L'oyd'i D*sk at
S}j o'clock, P M., Glen Cov* at 4% o'oloek. New Rochelle at
h o'clock, and Wbl'estoo* at S}? o'oloek, P. M. Stage* will
be ia readine**, on the arrival of the boat at th* different
landing*, to convey passeng era to tie adjacent viilagei. Ao
Fourth of july.-excursion to new haven.
The stearoe* TRAVELLER, Captain J M Lewi*, will
make an excursio?to Now Haven July 4th, leaving Peck
flip at 8 o'c ock A. M., arriving at New Haven at 1 o'clock
P. M.; returning leaves New Haven at II o'clock in the
evening The Traveller will be accompanied br the National
Guard of Brook yn. and Brooklyn Bran* Band. This exenr
tioti will nive passengers a Bt>c view of Long Itland Sound
and the City of Elms. Fare, SI ?aoh way.
Fourth of july. ism.-gra^d excursion
around StaUn Island, and through the Lower Bay, to
Sandy Hook; fare SO cents for the excaraion. The * team* r
C VANDEhBlLT, Captain Joel Ston* will mike the
above favorite exnurrion Tueaday morniac. July 4, leaving
pier No. 2 North river at 8:30 A M ; Hammond atreet pier.
North river, at 9 A. M : Clinton street, East river, at 9 :3u
A M ; and (topping again at pier No. 2 North river, first
wharf above Battery place, at 10 o'clock A. M. Paaiengors
will Usvo a r opportunity of enjoving the i>ea breet* and the
fist iccntry of the Bay of New York and tb > Ki'as of Sta
too Island, with^a view of Bodlow'a Island Ellis' Island,
New Prigbton, and th* beautiful villagoa on the shore of
Staten Jilsni), Am boy. the tower Bay, Sandy Hook th*
Highlands. Conty Island, Fort Hamilton, the Na-rows, Ac.,
returning to the oity about 3 o'clook in the after xoon.
Fourth or jui.y excursion to pouohkeep
si*. Newhurgand West Point. (Coisens',) landing at
Plermont. Nyaek, Haverstraw (Peck's dock), and Cold
Spring Fare. SO cants to Ponghkeepaie: con t* to Pier
ntOBt. The new and magnificent steamer FHANC1S SKID
HY. T. N. Hulte, Master, will leave Chamber* street pier at
8?'clock. A M Returning, leave Pouirbkeeciia at 2. and
Newburgh at 3 P. M R. T. BLANCH.
u-OUBTIl OF JCI.Y EXCURSIONS AROUND 8TATEN
V Itland ?Tha aplendid steamer ERIE, Capt. Dodgo,
will make '.wo excur-iona around th* Island. In the morn
icg, leave Cl ambers street at 8 o'c'ock; Spring street at 8f^';
Pier No. 3 North River at 8)^. In the afternoon, leavo
Cbrmbrrs atreet at 2 o'clock; Spring gtr>'t?t2,^; Pier No
3 North River at SJ^; retunisg to Ihe city thuui 8 o'clock
Fourth of july excursions to r ape may
and Philadelphia. by Sandfonl'a Independent Lino ?
The stcaners DELAWARE and K?:<*EBEC will leave
Mew "V ork, from pi?r 14 North river, en the 1st, 3d. 5th and
6th of July, at ft o'clock P M. Kotaming. I<s*o Ph'ladel
phia on the 4th, 5th, 7th and 8th. at 10o'olo<kA M. To
Cape May and return, S3; to Riilt del phla and retnm, tS.
Ticxets good for elvht days. For ticket*, apply at the office
on board the boat.
Fourth of july excursion to tpe fishing
Bank* end aronnd the Light Ship ? The sea steamer
HERO Capt Bercox, wi 1 leave Robinson street at 7 A.
M ; Amos at set, at 1%. Spiirg street at 8; Pier No. 3, N.
R . at h}? o'olock; retnroirg by 4 P. M. Fare 50 ocnt*.
Fibbing tackle, Ac , pr-.vidci .
JULY, 1954.? FOR SHREWSBURY, LONG BRANCH,
BigLland Dock, Ocean House. Port Washington.
Mount's Dock, Brown's Dock, (Middletcwn). and Red
Bank, from foot of Rcbinson street North river ? The
new and splendid steamboat ALl'JE C. PRICE. Capt. A.
H. Heggeity, will leave foot of Robinson utreet, North
river, an tollowa:? Prom New York Saturday, July 1, at 8
A. k; Sunday Ju!y2, ct8A M. Monday, Jul* 8, a* 9 a.
M.; Tuoidi.y, July 4, at 9 A. M ; Wednesday July 5, at VS%
A.M. Fr"m Red Bank? Saturday; July 1, at 12 St.; Sun
day, July 2 at 1 P M. ; Monday, July 3 at 1 P. M.; Tu?J
dejr Ju'y 4. at 2% P. M.; Wednesday, July 5, at 2WP. M.
Alias Bateht's Sijuar stages run ia connection with this
bo? t. All Height must be on toard half an hone before the
tins of starting. All persons are forbid trusting this boat
en ac?nnnt of the owner*.
FORTH OF JULY.? FLAGS, FLAGS. fLAG8. OF
all sizes' for sale or to hire; three yirds wide lace, for
mosquito net*; canopy*. arcbei and gilt rin/s pat up at
abort notice. A M. * It. IiAVIES, General Upholsterers,
397 Broadway.
FOfRTn~OF JULY? LODGING? FOR GENTLEMEN
in single rm?. for 2?. to 3s per ni<ht, or $1 50 and up
ward* per week, at the Bag'* Hotel, corner of Frankfort
and William streets.
Grand'fourth of july~excursion~around
frtaten Island landing at Kevpott.? The new and
splendid steamboat KEY PORT, Capt. T. N. Ai rowsmiib,
will make an excursion around States le'-and, landing at
Keyport on Tuesday. July 4, l*evi?K tbe foot nt Spring
ttrect at a quarter pant P o'clock A. M.; Murray street, 9 hi
o'clock; Cr' nd street, Kast river, 9?^ o'clock, and pier No.
2 North river at JOo'clock. Returning^ will leave Keyport
at 3 o'clouk P. M., and arrivo is New York a'-out 5 o'clock.
Tbe above will afford one of the mo>t pleasant excursions of
ti c day. affording plenty of time Tor fishing and bathing at
Kryport, as w?ll as an opjortunity of enjoying a good din
ner at the hotel*. If tat 25 cent* each way.
RAND CELEBRATION OF AMERICAVlNDEPE-iri
ence, on Tuesday, July 4th, 1854 by two great excur
sions, on board of the large and favorite steamboat
America, wbich will make a morning Cic ur'Pa arooai ]
8taten Is'.tB-V IjSTii; P ?ia?nnd iireet. at 7 TalSAR, A. M ;
Ctsnl st,i sit Y)/ ; Moa'pomfiry st , J ereey City, 1% , Fait, n
Ferty. Br-'oMyn {8 ; South Fourth street, WilHa-osburg 8)i;
Fifth kt'eet New York, 81? ; Broome street, 8^ ; Pie. No. 3,
North River at 9 Evening grand eotillion excursion up
the romantio Hudson river on tbe steamboet Amayica, ani
two *nnbledeek barge', Merchant and Jeffernn. Adkius'
C< rnet band and Nosher's Bras* Cotillon Hand will aoocm
pany tbi <? excursion. This will be the greatest flotilla hall
ever given on il.e waters of tbe United jtates The ticum
lo?t will leave South Fourth street, Williamsburg, at 6
o'clock, P. V! , Fifth strett New York, (!J? ; Broomo pt.roit,
f,V ; Fulton street Brooklyn. 7 ; Pier No. 3. North river,
7!? ; Montgomery stre?t, Jersey City 7& Canal street 8*^;
llammoud street 9. Remember every ticket holder p?ts a
valuable present. Tickets admitting two person* on either
excursion $1 All ordora for ticket', by mall should he ad
rireneed to GEORGE WEBBER A CO , No. 546Grand street.
New York. Tickstsfor sale at Webber A Co.'a No. Mfi
Grant! street ; M. L Bryant'* bat store. No 468 Grand
street; Florence Hotel; French'* Hotel; Adriatic Hotel;
Pelnvsn Hotel ; Collin*' Hotel ; Phiadelehia Hotel, Jersey
City ; Franklin Iioute and Montague Hall Brooklyn ; Tos
teri'* Music store, and S K nogett, Union Hotel, |Wil.
lismsburg ; C. McCleman, Greenpoint. For full particulars
n e Taily Sun and Time*.
Grand fourth of ~july~~ e xeuRSi0N,~FR0M
Astoria. Ravenswood, Greenpoint and New York,
around Staten Island.? The steamer RAVENSWOOD,
Capt. C. Loug?treet, will make an excursion on the above
day aronnd Staten Iriand. affording oerton* an opportun!
ty of viewing the shores of New Jersey. Sandy Ho"k, tUe
HUhland* of Neviiink, New York Bay. Ac. Tbo boat will
leave on the above excursion as follows:? Leave Astoria at
9 A.M.; Greenpoint. 9>i; Peck slip, N. Y? #X; Plot No. 3,
N R , 10- Foot of Robinson streot, 10U. Fare for the ex
don, so cent*. Refreshment* on board The regular trip*
from Astoria to New York .will ha for tbe day M follows:?
Leave Astoria at 7 and 9 o'eloak A. M and SK P M. Leave
Peck slip, N. Y., at 8 o'clock A M , 4% m<i ix P. M.
OONMGHT COTILLON EXCURSION U P THE
Budaon tiver. a* far a* West Point, on tbe evening of
the 4th of Jul v. The splendid iteamer CHAMPION. Cant.
A. Smith, will leave Broome street 7 o'clock Peok slip 7'?,
Pier No 3 North river. 7){ Hobinson street, 7V. Sprieg
"reet 8, Amos street 8W. returning mating the >?ae land^
ii.g. Ehl's cotillon bana le engaged. The dancing will be
nnder the management of a "ommittee. Supper will be
provided for the entire party. The Champion i* 300 feet in
lenrtb, and can accommodate 1,000 passenger*. Fare for
gentleman and la?y, 91 00. J. W. HAH COX.
VTEW JERSEY RAILROAD" FOURTH OF JULY?
i.1 Cheap Fare Newark Way Train* ?Largely Increased
accommodation will be given ia all the regular way trains
on the fourth, an extensive preparation* are made for the
eelebrati n at Newark, KHiabetbtown. Rahway and New
Hr-nswick: tbe line* running particularly in eonneetisn
with tbe Morris and Knes an* Central Railroad*. An
extra train will letve New York for Newark at 9 P.M.;
returning, leave Newark at 10 P. M. Rahway and Rlita
hethtown: An extra train will leave Rahway for New York
? t lf'k P M. and Eliaatethtown at 10\[; returning, leave
New York for Eliiabethtown and Rahway at 1IJ< P. M.
FxcurMon tickets between EHzabetbtown and New York.
50 cent*; between Newark and Mn York, SO cent* Sold
ateaehplaoe, good to return in any ef the way train* on
the day said only. Crystal Palace ticket* *ou at all the
station* for 70 cent* Excursions. New York and Pblladel
rhla leave New York at 7 A. M.,1* M. and 4K P. uZ on
Saturday tbe 1st and Monday the 3d, with the privilege of
returnin* on the 4th or 5th of Jnly in the and 7X *> M
an 9 p X. Fate for the exenr*ion, ^oing aM returning,
fonr dollars _
Tammany society or Columbian order.?
Celebration of tbe eeventy eighth anniversary of Ame
rican Independenee at Tammany Hall, July 4th, 1854.
OADBK or ABftA*(?M*5T*.
The Society will ***emble at II o'clock, A. ?., for the
transaction of butinet*. General and punctual attendance
is requested.
At 12 o'clock M., tbe large room of Tammany Hall will
be thrown open for the admission of mem lers, invited
snests and friend* ef tbe loelety, with ladle* accompanying
them.
At 1 e'eleek P. M. tbe sxereitee will commence with
.mueie. by Shelton'e celebrated band, after which the read
ing of the Declaration of Independence, by Brother Aneen
Herrick. Mneic. " Hall Columbia. " by tbe band.
Oratioh ny Lonstn B. Bhitais, l*q. Mu?lo ' Stag
Spangled Beneer.' by tbe band.
At 6 o'clock, P. M , the Society, friende and Invited
guest* will ateemble in tbe banquet room Tammany Hall
to partake of a dinner prepared for the occasion by Motsrt.
Howard A Brown, in their beat style, which will take place
At 7 o'clock rtsciiuv. Dietiagniihed democratic
friend* fro* different part* of the country have bee* ia
vlted. and many have (ignited their Intention of b?ing Pa
tent to reenond to patriotic toast* and sentiment*, partake
of the waiet* of tne great spring, imoka the calnmet of
peace, and to unite with their demooratio brethren for tbe
succese of ite principle* throughout our glctlom, ocean
bound republie.
Tickets for admission to the oration and the dinner oan
he had by application to tke undersigeed, Sachems of the
Society.
?Aciram.
Daniel E. Delavan. Geo S. Mas serve, Thomas Dunlap,
Jacob M Yteeland, Charles A Denike, Andre Fromcnt.
R C. Montgomery. Ahm. K. Pattiton, James Conner,
Stephen H. reek*, Hern? Yandewater. Stephen M. Drew.
ELIJAH F PURDY, Grand Sachem.
J.B. HETHERINGTON, Scribe.
IPHmTAURM.
QPIRITUALISM -MRS. T SPIRIT MECIUM. WILL
hold cirilce every evening f? m 8 to 10 o'clook and Tues
dav, Thursday, and Friday afternoons from 3ti 5 o'clock,
at No 341 Broadway. Ladle* and gentl men are respect
fully invited tc attend Admission to afternoon eirciee, B0
cent*: evening do.. 25 cent*.
SPIRTtUAI4SM~MRS ANN DEAH BROWN, (FOR.
merlv Mr*. Kl?b, of tbe Fox family, will bold clrolee et
14 last Fifteenth strfe* near Irvln* plaee, on every Tue?
* Friday evening*, from 8 to
day. Wedneeday, Thursday and
]0H o'clock. A4pJ**lon, I.
~ _ WA5TS. I
A RESPECTABLE MARRIED WOMAN WISHM T "> '
obtain a litsatioa la a *? i'.'IHi'i f?aiUy >? wet
? nit*, list a frvab br?a*t of milk o?? month old Tho %?t
of ell) refrrmc* its b? okUluJ Can '? ?<?a for lbr?? ?
Uaj*. r *aa*io call a*. SO Mulberry itntl, in the treat
btMVNt
ACOtlRVE?S wanted. to tiach TWO CHIL
drm n tbo Engllah branch**. French tn<l mu**e. Vo
?alary will be given , in1) a part of bar tin* ? ill be required
f*?- iaatrt.*tioi>. ia return ror her board. Reference* re
quired l<lr< ct a lUc to Mr*. H. Q., Broadway Poat Office,
Tit fnrtlar pa- titular*
ANtVBF.lt OF SMART BIS^EOTaBLE GIRIA
?ith xeod re'erer.ce d?airou? .if living up town in ii*?t
; clasa fa mlliea, can olitvir tte b?et of situations and the
hlykeat wagta ala< 50gir1* for icnet'l housework, at the
f-leet Femal* (Mtoe H'5 Twenty aix'.h itreet, between
Sixth and feeventh avvnue*.
Any number of good girls cam obtain
aituttiona. wl'hmt ctarge. by app'yinz at the office of
tb? American and[ Foreign Employment Society, ^o. 13rt
Nlti th itreet. corner of Broadway. Emigrant*, mala an't
female, abould apply at tba ?ooiety'* lower ofioe, No. 27
Greenwich itreet
A YOUNG GERMAN LADY. SPEAKING AND
writing German, Kngliih and Frenoh, de*ire* ? aitua
tion aa nnrpe gov etf-n or companion. No nbjeotioni to
travel. Apply at Madame Gerrard'i, 8 Wait Broadway pi.
A OINCY WANTED IN BALTIMORE -A BUSINESS
man of undoubted P? >uni*ry reiponeihilit r, want* an
? g?nty in Baltimore. Be ha* inioeaefnlly eondnited a
buslre** tie last fifteen lean; la thoroughly known in the
bui-ine'i community and oan refer to bouaoa of ft rut stand -
in/ In New York and Baltimore. Addreu Duainei* Agent,
taltiirore, Maryland.
CLERK OR AGBNT.? A YOUNG MABR1BD MAN,
htvlng a th rough knowledge of merea'-tile buain-t*',
and who bae for tome year* been tbe proprietor of a etore,
not liking hie present ?ituatioa. wiahe* t<> *nga<e bio ??
vioes to a flrat data Importing and Jabbing Koine or will
take Afcjfge of a good country afore; will, if repaired, twel
ntitil the? coimreneemen*. or fall trade. Uneaoeptionable
refcrenfMciren. Addrea* irome liataly, P. L. T., Lox U7
Bet&ld >^pr, ttatiag place of interview.
Drug clerk wanted- a competevt pbrson,
who can coma well recomm< nded, to take charge of a
retail drag store. On* po**e*atng the r< qniaite qualitioation*
may address ' ox 00, Jersey City Poat Office.
HOUSEKEEPER. WASHING AND IRONINO-SITU
ntion wanted, la a small private family; good city ref
erence given Apply at 185 Twenty eighth itreet comer of
Second avenue, sec nd floor, front roo^frr two daya.
IAUNDRES8 AND CHAMBERMAID W ANTED, OF
J anperfor quatiticationa. Hood wage* and a good home
will be gi'en to tbote who understand their buainea*. and
bringing tt e beat of city reference* Apply between 12 and
1 o'clock, at No. 10 Warren atreet.
SERVANTS ? PRIVATE FAMILIES, BOTELS, AND
bcardirg hourei aupplled with the beat aervant* for
every kind of domeatio work by MORRIS <fc COHNF.RT'S
establishment, 25*7 Broadway, o-rner of Reade street, under
tfce Irvine house. Only rcap*ctablo girl* admitted there;
German. French, Enpliab, Scotch and Iriah. Alao, young
girl* fur i>'crea Also. German and French mechanic*, coach
men, porter*, farmers, Ac. Term* moderate Applicationa
for mule iielp may alao be made at the branch office, 120
Greenwich atreet
TO BOSS MECHANICS.? WANTED TO APPRENTICE
a young boy fourteen year* of age, to a trad*. Full
cor.trol ana indenture* over him will be given if required.
Add:***, atnting baiiae**, box 190 Herald offioe.
TXTANTED? A GIRL, FOR GBNBRAL HOUSEWORK,
YV muat be a flrat rite waaher and lraner, and know
htw to keep her litchen in porfect order, and be & good
plain cook; mnat bring good reeommandatlon* from h<r
la??. place Apply at No 31 Waahin^ton terrao*, Hoboken.
WANTFD? A PROTESTANT WOMAN, TO COOK,
warh, and iron in a (mail private family. Wago*. $?>.
Inquire at J. B. Stratton'* bacery, 139 Atlantic atreet,
Brcoklyn. Good reoommendatlon required.
WANTED? A YOUNG LADY OF RESPECTABILITY,
po?ae?aiaga good atrong anprano voioe, fortbe ohoir
of an Epiieof al Fti>a Cbnrch. on F.aet Broadway. To moh
a ore, wb? ia deiirona of acquiring a knowledge of mnaie a
thorough eourse of inatruetion In vocal and inttrnmnntal
(piano) music will b* given by a very aceompliahed teacher,
frr her aorv <?** tor on* y*ar. Pleaae addrcaa H. R. F.,box
2,459 Foat office, with aame and retlds<ne*
WANTED? A PITUATION AS COOK IN A RKSPECT
able irWate family, bv a Protoatant German girl, of
fiiBtrate ch*Act?r and- ability. Beat of ciiy reference*
given. Addrec* 1S9 Delanoey itreet, bawmrnt.
WET NURSE WAITED.? A STOUT, HEALT8Y
yennr woman, with a fresh bre?at of milk, will fln.1 a
good aitnation by applying immediately at 231 State itreet,
n*ar Uoj t (treat, Brooklyn.
WANTED-BY A COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN, A
situation a* cook; nwaher and ironcr, or would do gen
eral homework in either city or oonntry : understand* milk
ing and baking. Will be found to pleaae in every particular.
Pleaae call, or dirtct a line to 223 Bowery, thl* day and
Wednesday.
WANTED-BY A LADY, $500. FOR WHICH MXCRT,
lent board in a houae containing all the modern im
rrovemtnta. pleaaantly located, will be given. Addreea P. ]
P., Union Square Po*t Office, for two dayj.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY? TWELVE RESPECTABLE
young xItT* (American*), t> work in tho pre-*rve and
p<ckle catahliahment ef Dayton A Benedict. Apply at the
factory, 313 Weat atreet.
WAITED? BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, A SITUA
lion a* chambermaid rand to aaniat in wilting an4
ir*Btfr. or a* chambermaid ao-i waiter: ahe has lived wi.-h
the beat families, and oan pioduco the beat city re'erencea
Call a< 113 Sullivan atreet, flrat floor, front room, on Mon
day. frcui 9 to 12 A. M , and f*t>m 2 to i P. M.
WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG MAN, AS
v ? eUrk to come ahipping bouac at China. Valparaiao, or
Rio Janoiro. Beit or referenoea given. Pleaae addreta
Rolert*. Howard Hotel.
WANTED - A SITUATION, BY A COACHMAN, WHO
ia perfectly fiber, thoroughly understand* the buai
nt i*. and i* able to teacn child 'en to rid* on horaohack; haa
n< objection to go in the country and take care of a small
garden. He apeaka Engliah, though not fluently. Apply at
ti e offica of the Emigrant Protective and Empleynunt
Society ISO Ninth atreet.
"VI7' ANTED? A SITUATION BY AN EXPERIENCED
vT Carver, to ?w ork three or four hour* * day, or all day
if rroulred. Addref* Mr. P. 8 , Herald office.
ANTED? JN A PRIVATE FAMILY. A MULATTO
1 oy, about fifteen year* of age. Apply at tbo offica of
E. Yenni, 79 Nanan atrett.
LOST A NO FOUND.
LOST? A NOT*. DATED NEW YORK, JUNE 14TH,
for 96.618 43. dr.. *n by Wm. F. Schmidt A Co., payable
to the order ef Hartehorn A Co , but not endorsed. Per
?on* are forbid oo'liEg or negotiating mme, payment having
b<-rn stopped. The finder will please leave it with Siml. C.
Biiliop, iM Broadway.
LOST- TW O CHECKS drawn~by kunstie a CO.
in the North River Bank, and certified by the paying
tc lcr thereof. vis : No 734 $200, d June 30, of Phunij
Beak ; f- o. 73ft, $20, d Jnne 29 of Conrad Durit. Every
tody It caution1 d egslrst negotiating laid oheuli, as pay
ment baa teen stopped.
XOST- A SILVER S EOAR "C AS F-7 M A R K E TW A U E 3
J S Hetnandei. f" m E. T Smith. lessee. Drnry Kne
Iciatre. 1, onion Tl? finder will l>? liberally rewarded,
bv lea%iag H at 31 Hubert street, or at the Florenoe Hotel,
400 Brtadway.
OSTEON SITUR DAY, JULY FIRST] ISM. IN
comlsc from Jersey City ferry to Broadway, an.l op
Broadway in stage to the Savings Bank between Broome
and Swing streets, or in Grand street between Broadway
ar.d Borery or in Tentro bo-ween Grand and Broome
streets, a lady's enamelled bunting watch and attain. On
one side ere two children picking flowers and on the otter a
bosquet of flowers chased in gold The finder will bo
libei ally rewarded by leaving it at Byrne Gibbons A Co V
37 Nassau street or at A. L. Byrne's, 167 and 169 Grand
street. Odd Fellows' Hall.
LOST-ON SATURDAY THE FIRST INST , BETWEEN
the South Ferry and Canal street, a small rite cold
lepine watob, with red string and key attached, as received
fr< m the watchn aker. The Inder will he hand -omely re
warded bv leaving it at W Front street, being a gift from a
deeesscd relative.
TLTISSINO-AN OLD MAN, EIGHTY-SEYEN YEARS
1*1 of age, low sise, white hair, and- tender eyes, and had
on black coat and pantaloons, named Simon Donnelly, who
left his home on Thursday, the 90th of Jane, in West Brook
lyn. In Graham street, near Flushing avenue. Any infor
matinn concerning htm will be thankfully received oyjuhn
Donnelly. 187 East thirty-second street, or by Peter white,
Peck slip, comer of Booth street.
-TAKEN BY MISTAKE? FROM A STORE IN BLEECKER
1 street, or Sixth avenue, while shopping, a parcel of
laee capes which the owner oan have by applying to D. J.
MULFORD, 27 Water street.
CAA SHIRT FINISHERS WANTED-AT GREEN'S
l)UU (1 irt manufactory. No. 219 Fnltnn street. None
tut the very neatest of stitchers and belt of sewers need
" r; to these constant employment and the highest prices
tt5
THE FIREWES.
AT a SPECIAL MEETING OF WASHINGTON EN
gine Company, No 20. held on (aiurday evening. July
I the following preamble an 1 resolution* were unanimously
adopted:?
Whereas, It hat pleased Divine Providence to remove
from amongst ns, while in early manhood and in full pos
session of health and vigor, our late foreman, associate and
frlcrd, Janes Cougblln ?
Resolved, That while we bent with resignation nnd sub
mission to the Divine will, we oannot bat feel regret for the
loss sustained in being deprived Ik hi* dentil of a valued
friend and comrade.
Resolved, That the manly nnd straightforward oondoci
of the deceased, whilst an ong us. endeared him to all and
tbnt bis memory will long be cherished by ns with senti
n etts of affection and esteem
Keselved, That we deeply sympathise with those to whom
he was more nearly attached by tlee of kindred, nnd that
we sincerely cot dole with his bereaved mother and elater*
II their loss of n dutiful son and affectionate brother.
Reiolved, That as a mark of respect to the memory ef
the deceaeed. the meaabeu of the company attend bis fn
neral in a bodv
Resolved, That copies ef these reeolntione be transmitted
to the bereaved relatives and friends of our lamented com
rade. JOHN MORRI8SKY, Foreman.
C. Monahar, Searetary pro ten.
The exempt, honorary, and active mek
t-ers of Washington Engine Co. No. 20, are reqeeeted to
meet at the engine house en Sunday, July 2. at IP. to
?ttead the funeral ef eur late Foreman, Jas. Coughlln.
WM. HACKETT, Chairman.
CHiisrormi Mowahan, Secretory pro {em.
UWAKDf. ?
(1 nn REWARD ?PETER ANTON WALLACE, OF
$JLvU the firm of Wallace A Von Hinueber, aged 27
years left hieitore, 281 Washington street, on basinets, on
the morning of Wednesday, the 28th of June, and has not
been heard of since; wae dressed in a thin ooat, my vast
and pants, straw hat, white thirt, marked P. A. W.; 1s
about tve feet eight Inebee hich, stout built, light brown
Whiskers and hair, wears spectaolee, and Is of a very strong
snd healthy appearance. Any person that can give any
information of his present wbereabonte, or that can coutrl
bnte to the recovery of his body in ease he should have met
w'tb an accident or foul play, will be rewarded as above, by
enlHng at the oAee of hie flrm, 281 Washington street.
REWARD -STOLENT^WHILE INBANK, A
cer-lfied cheek, signsdB. Kennedy, on the Seventh
H'ard Bank, payahle to order ef Knickerbocker Savings
Rank, for $3 111 43. also $? In bills. All persons are hereby
rentloned from negotiatirg the lame, payment belnsc
stoffed.
Aft RJ VARD-LOST, ON THE OTH INST 4 NT. IN
fij Broadway. Fifth nr Eighth avenne, from Teith to
> It e'y fourth st sot, a diver plated cap. belonging to the
hub of n lliht wagon. The Under wi'l receive the above re
ward on returning the same to 32 Fffth avenue, corner ef
Tenth street.
A() REWARD ? LEFT' by" THE SCBSCBTDRR. ON
Thursday afternoon, in a Grand and Canal street
stage, at tbe Williamsburg ferry a peoket ease if leetru.
ment* for tunfag piano*. Any person leaving ths sn<*e at
the piano warehouse of Messr*. J A D. W alter ftSB Uroed
?y. will receive tbe above reward. T. S. NIDHAM
rOR SALE.
l CREAT BARG* IV .? THE PhOPRIE "O't. ?-F 1 UK
/\ <~it> 'lot*! Ci>rr?r of -Irand ab i H* <?>?'! Jtt
?? ir? <t| ?-t r site the Cuntrd rha f, er
?lit? iiutrryiif baii ?e?. for ??!?? the
? oulc of lint go<> I and '.hriviog ~?t?> intiindnt. ao * dnio/
??. -eel'tn b?sin?st, eon-lflirg of a four veare l?m,
Bitot* and bar fu'Biture, 01 ??Utln *u -1 t>a<ate'. e ta" tot,
i1!! tie b?tn in' MroM fnrnit re, bads, Nodding. bsd
?Itadf. An kitchen furuitnr* and nri?t. Ao : at o I'm
Sei-'cue Uonre. with ft* b?r 'urniture, lads, And otHeear
ti -fet, >oo aoferou I to mention T><? fholttnbtwH f> t
%2 <XI F r ftrtb' r particulars, inquire of J AS .WILSON,
I'npritUr Pity Botrl,
A LARGE THREE STORY HOUSE CONSISTING OF '
Itotteen roomt, w?st ol' K'nadwty. with 1c*kb of
th'i jeiri, and furniture fur sal?- S?twe*o Spring 1
Pri:ce. went f.'.in) Tkerifon is, the person leaving the
eity. Addrett, A L 8. ((roadway Poti Office, which will
V. punctually attended to.
C LUTON. STATE W ""\r IflT SUBSCRIBE? 1
offere for rale towie of the moot T^^h'?<>-ou?ly ntu I
atcd boildiag lot* st Clifton, Bear th* Narrows. on the tract
of W W. Van WageneB, Etq. M. O'COHnER, 13 Reade
Btreet, or at the ena of omnibus route, Clifton.
COAL VARD.-COAL YARD FOR SALB-A TEN
ytiri loss*. nsd fxtures, low rent. nai in ? good loo*
Hin; or will he rented to * good tenant. Apply tot' EL
TER A BROMLEY, 168 Christie ftreet.
COUNTRY SRAT8, OR GENTEEL WELL BUILT COT
tage bonnet, for tale on Crc ? a Hill, at Wood haven,
lalf way between New Yoik and Ruckaway. The sub
scriber baa fon* cottage hou?c i j net being completed? Imilt
in pairs? with 12 or 21 lot* of gruun< whieh be will sell
c) cap for cash to a party who may wish to secure a pleasant
summer retreat, at aesBveniest point near the city, and
witbis a short rice of Roekaway Pavilion. Thete houses
ma/ be occupied daring the lummer and rented the
balance of the jear to goa l advantage. The* front on Hor
kfcton avenue, about fiflO ya*ds from the railroad depot,
anil near the new plank road to Roekaway. Title aood,
BB-I no incumbrance ^rpljr to 1SAA G W VANDEE
VEER, (owner) at Woodharen, or Mr. JAMES M. WIS
WILL, At tbe Children'* Shoe WrrV*. at the depot, or of
J R PITRIN, 208 Broadway, New York, raorn II.
FOB SAL*? TWO LOTS OF GROUND WITHIN
three bloeki of the Pt.sk slipftrry. near then rer; well
?alenlated for manufacturing purposes $!.#*? ean "main
ob rort?u?t at 7 per eent. Tor ptriicolart apply to I. T.
LEM.1 MOS A CO.. 30 B??1us:ab ttreei
J^OR SALE? A PROSPEROUS MERCHANT TAILOR
ing bniinen of nine year* Handing. In a ir t rate lo
cality. with an excellent ma of oaeb onrtcm will be told
on tavoraltie teru? A>r eaab or Approved paper, on acoonnt
of the nreeent owner retiring from the babied. Apply
iumedlately at 114 Honcon street
I7IOR SALE.- THE LEASE OP ABOUT N/JfE LOTS OF
P ground, at tbe fnot of North Sixth itriet, wrHllai*s
purg. having sne bnndred fee* of water front with tbe flrv
prO' f Imildingt. tod all the ap^nrtenancei ai'aohed toga
ti er wi<h tbe wharvet an1* docka, from which a handaome
income is received. The place is well situ\ted 'or a fonndrr
or for variot>? mannfar.toring purposes. For further parti
cu?ar*. spplj to R. G. PttSCE, Pine aticet, coro>r o<
Broadway.
For sale-the new four story bhowiv stone
frort honse in West Twentv s'cond street ftrst hnr.te
below Ninth avenue, re p' ?' a with all the matiern iiooro* ?
mrnt* Inquire in the paint stor.) 1C6 Ninti a^tnu ), coruar
of Twenty fit it street, of GEORGE CLARR.
FOR HALE-FORTY HORSE POWER ?TEAM ENGINE
and boiler; the former new. and huilt by H. R. Oua
bain A Co; it is in tbe b*(tof order, bavins hnen used bat A
few days. BIRKBECK, FURMAN A CO , 100 North Moore
it.eet.
For sale-a gentleman's establishment,
coisitting of a fine vonug br'iwn horto, an alega/.t top
wagon and harness, all in eomplete nrd>-r ; told only for
wunt of ute. Can be teen at KYEKHON A HOWARD'S
staliles, corner of Broadway and Thirteenth ititet.
fi^OR SALE-A BARGAIN.? THE F.VT1HE FRO^T OF
r Store 20ti rba ham Square (nearly new), 1? feot wide,
suitable for hardware dry goods, or any other butinet-t re
quiring a good tbow. Inquire of Mr Vrodenbnrgb, carpen
ter, 11 Doyers street. Of H. E. Cook, CH% Fulton street,
New York.
For salb cheap? a complete establish
sent, oomisting of a fine bay bors?, sound, kind and
fast; handsome light wagon, harness, tlolgh bel's androbet.
all at good as new. Can be s*an at Club stable. 27 Third
street, between Power* and Seoond aT?nue. For further
particulars, inqaire of E. F, MULLEN, 204 Front street.
IflOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, FOR DESIRABLE CITY
' property, one of tbe pleasantest lailding titeson 'he
> orth river, containing more than at. acre of land equal to
fourteen sity lots 25x100 Its healthful loeation and delight
fnl scener v eannot be surpassed. Distant half an hour's
ilde ly railroad from Thirty S?st street. Apply to
R. B. LEWIS, 73 Yesey street.
LOW PRXSSUBX BOILERS FOR SALE.? ONE SECOND
hand single return flue boiler twonty one feet long
, shell six feet nine inches diameter- Alio, one double return
drop (Ino boiler, thirty feet long, shell eleven feet diameter.
Tbe above boilers are in go>d oondPion, having i>eeo tund
but a short time. Apply to the Dry Dock Iron Work*
office, 41A Tenth *traet.
Notice to bakers.? for pale, on account
of other butioess, the oldast ert&blished barber's shop
in the Eighth avenue. Cheap for < nb. For fnll particu
lars inquire on the p" emises, 218 Eifhth avenne.
Real estate for salb? a large genteel
house on Twenty-tixth street? jiioe $*,fl00. Two niue
houses on Twenty-eighth street, Bear Madison square,
(7,000; a htndiome basement honse on Twenty-thl'd
ftreet. t6.AO0; a first elass house on Thirty-first street,
$14 000. sndana' berof ?tb?r voivdetir* Wo houses. Ap
ply to E B. KI>SHIMER, 319 I'ouvthavenue^8lol0^3to 7.
TO DRUGGISTS.- FOR SALE, IMMEDIATELY, A
desirable drug store, attested in oae of the best av
(t aes, in 8rtt rate order, and dtinfi a good bntiness. Partioe
wishing a bargain, may apply \,o HALE A CO , 80 Na.'sau ft.
TO WORKING MEN-FOR SALE CHEAP, A HOUSE,
with lot. 7."' by 105 feet, in the pleasant town of Mount
Yernon, only tfcirtv minutes rr>m Thirty seoond street,
alfoalat lOti by lOli feet, in the rime town, oqnal to f>nr
city lots. Apply lo J. B PHILLIPS 37 Chambers ftreet
mrncAL.
At a convention ok the pamoates of thk
5?'Oid Aiicmbl; District, comprising ibe Third and
Sixth Wards, held at the Ivy Green, No 72 Elm street, pur
suant to a call of the general committee at Stay vesant In
stitute for the purpose of selecting one delegate and one
?'.ternat* to rnpre ent laid district in a State convention,
to b? holden at Syracuse on the llth of July, 13M, for the
puiposc of nominating Sta'e officers, when, on motion,
Mr. William F. McGraw was called to the chair, snd Obrs
tian Woodruff feleoted as secretary. When, on motion, tho
eonvention proceeded to ballot for a delegate ; and Mr.
John Clancy of tho Sixth Ward having received tbe unan
in;? "irt vote of the convention, was declared dn'.y elected;
and Sir George De Witt Clintou received the unanimous
Ti,te an tlttrn&te delegato to said convention. On mation,
the cenventi ^n adjourned sine die.
WM. F. MoGRAW, Chairman.
Christian WoooBt-rr, 5eor>>< try.
"WATCHES, JRAVBLRT, &C.
fTlAMOND AND ENAMELLED WATCH?? ? SOME n*
U bnnting caiee-SfiO to $175 each. 0. C. Al.LiN No
11 Wall street, near Broadway, second floor.
ENAMELLED WATCHES TOR LADIES? BEUTIFUL
itylei from 136 to $<J0, wtrr inted. (J. C. ALLEN, No
11 Wall street, near Broadway, second floor.
First class watches -tuvid rait, importer,
offers for s?Ie Nardin, Jnrpooeen, Doebeu*, Contird.
Ssndos, liregntt, Joseph Fr> och, Arnold, Adams, and
other first class wattles, at is porters prices for oaah or
approved paper. Offt e 381 Bro-.dway, corner White street,
up stairs.
JCRGEHSEN WATCHE3, IS HUNTING CASES, FRO%
flfiO to (200; warranted perfect time-keepers. O. C
?LL*N. No. 11 Wall street near R-oadway, second floor
?DICU DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELRY. -DIAMOND
XV rings, crosses, breastpins, closters. stars, crescents,
rich sets of bracelets, pin and earring i. breastpins, chains,
chatelaines, Ac., for sale by the manufacturer,
DAVID RAIT, 881 Broadway, up stair*.
SPLENDID GOLD POCKET CHRONO MATE 519
which run without any poreop ible variation, feom HM
to $100. O. C. ALLEN, No. 11 Wall str**t, near Broadway,
second floor
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
fl AHA ? WANTED, AN ACTIVE BUSINESS
?PJLU.UUU- man, as partner, with this amount, in a
well established, highly profitable importing business. A
gentleman acquainted with the manufacturing jewelry
business, and wholesale dealers in jewelry generally, pre
ferred . To a good business man having the funds, an Anient
time will be given to satisfy hlmae'f of the practical work
inga of the bneii ?aa before inveitment is req aired For par
ticulars address by note, with real name. Importer. Broad
way. Courier and Enquirer office. All oommunioatiins
?trletly confidential.
PARTNER "WANTED^? TO SLATERS, OR THOSE
wishing to inveat a amall capital, for good returns ?
The advertiser having a two-third inter* it in an extensive
slate quarry, situated in Northaapton ooun?y, Pa , near
Bath, offers one third for sale, en reasonable terms. These
quarries, three in number (one having been in operation
two years,) sre good. Tbe company having been *ueee**fal
In making arrangement a fcr water power, factory, ma
chinery, Ac., arc now prepared to oarry on the business in
all its various branches as carried on in the Old Country;
thtrefoie an active huilntta man would be preferred. Price
of one-third interest, with no encumbrance up to time of
purchase. 92. AGO. For further particulars inquire of James
Wilson, City Hotel, Jersey City, corner of Grand and
Hudson streets; or a note addressed to P. A., Herald offio*,
will meet with promrpt attention.
PARTNER WANTED? THE UNDERSIGN!
i a partner with a cash capital of $10,000.
.ctive *]'
\
be an active or silent one, wTach 'beat ple*Iae lilmselS-Tl
est, honorable and Just, bringing aafleieat proof of
tame, and of the abeve amount being on hand, when
laslness will be made known ?? him. All strictly oonflden
tial. Address A. B. C.. Herald Office, where nil ommuni
eation* will receive prompt attention. No others need
answer.
/^OPARTNEfcSHIP.? THE UNDERSIGNED HAS AS
\J soslated with blm Mr. Andrew J. Martin, and will oon
tlna* hurinea- at the old stand, No 270 Greeawioh street,
aader the Arm of Archer A Marti a.
New Tork, July 1, 1854. W. A. ARCHER.
Hate, cape, fare, straw good*.? The undeaslaned wonld
solicit the attentioa of coantry merchant! and others to
txamine their new and varied assortment of summer roods,
hate. eape. straw good* Ac , which they ate aow offering at
greatly reduced prices. Dealers wishing to purchase on tbe
most reasonable terms will do well to call and examine be
for* purchasing elsewhere. The nndersi(i>ed would farther
atat* that this is tb* oldest hat stir* la the stwet. having
been established tar apwards of fort/ year*. A mat de
duction for oa*h. ARCHER A MARTIN,
270 Oteenwieh street, near Warren.
DISSOLUTION.? THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO
fore existing between the subscribers uader the ?rm
of Doagless A Presslnger, No. 63 Cortlandl street aad Mo.
361 Hudson street, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
S. D. DOUGLESS,
Nxw Ton*, July 1, 18M. A. E PRESS! NOER.
Ibe undersigned will continue the wholesale and retail
clothing business in the above store* on his owa acoount,
using the name of the lat* Arm in liquidation.
A. E. PRESSINGER.
OTICE? THE FIRM OF WALTER A BUS WELL IS
this day dissolved by mutual consent AU debt* from
or to the *onoern will be eettled by either of the parties
THOMAS H. WALTER,
JOHN BL'SWELL.
The subscriber will eomtinue the grocery aad f??d busi
aeas at th* old stand corner nf I2.v.h street and Eighth
avonn*. THOM AS H. W A LTBR.
NOTICE.-THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between the subscribers, under the name if
Melville A Co.. doing busin*** <a New Vork and New Or
leans, La., is this day dissolved by mutual jon>ent.
HENRT B. MElVILLL,
DAVID MELVILLE,
by H. B. Melville, attorney.
Mew Tork, July 1. IBM. '
TBE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
between tb* subscribers. under th* Arm *f Sanger Bros.
AC*., M Nassau str**t, is this day dissolved hymn'ml
e*l>S*at. Th* hasiaM* will b? liquidated by Joaeph Falker.
FELIX SAN'IER.
_ LEWIS SANGER
Ktw T*lk, JW? ?, UH. JOSEPH FALKER,
SALES AT Al'CTKWr.
AUCTION NOi ICR? LAlGE SA1 E OF VALUABLE
h clfboij furriituro, rosewood piano'oM*, tapestry -a#
I. |j . ic - II WILSON tn?kii>iiwr wRI Mil ?? Monday
u ' mii g, ftt 10 o'eloek preeUe'jr, all the ooat'y furuitare Is
I ? ui? So 169 West Twenty fourth etreet near S??entb are
L *?? A portion only are subjoined? ebaat .'<00 yard
rkb t?p>(tty carpet; oilefo' bn: alesatt and richly tuttl
rorow ood plan ?ry superior la 'trumoat; tbioehpoa
did roM?(,ud perlnr ?nl'?, covered In the riohsst of /reach
| Mtis ; le^i**' ro??*nod.?? eretery ud eeeritoire. very eorly.
I wf?l pie-* f less doer* *ad explosively carvad, rosewood
Hlln, ride and teh tablet, large ova a d pier glasses
I Terr co?tly ell peiatings. scriptural piece i, Ao. by celebrate*
artist* e'eiant rosewood melodecn, of > operior tone aa*
finish. rich la >e curtains and sbad'e, roeewood, mahogany
and t U >k walnut bedsteads, tureens, wasks'end*, lofaa,
chain txtfBilcBaad dining tables; elesaat china eases;
c reuty one dar c-mnla clocks; china dinner isi tM sote;
I c-t white enrl-d t?rie hair mattr< axes, bads aad btddtng,
bedroom carpets, velvet stair oarpets roaewo >d aad ma
Itogany bat racks; silver tea service, forks, *aoon*, eoffe*
nra. salvers, glassware. ero<"kery. Ivory cutlery kiteben
utertlls Ac, The whole femitare is la tba best of order,
i and vrill positively be sold without tbe Uaat reeervatios, aa
ti e ftni'j ire removing to tbe country. A dep>sit required
I from every purchaser.
Auction notice.-d. s. hough, auctioneer.
Graat faraiture aad silver ware sale to merrew,?
Mot d*v moraiag? at No 81 Warren street at preoieaty lfr
o'ei- ck, being a very large and -*e 1 selected collection of
boat efcild fnrai'-nre, bat little uaad consisting of a vary
| valuable rosewool secretary and bosk raek, ooui-aodiews aa*
I $ve>y ttristed; apsewoed centre asd otber tables, with
Italian, srarbleited aad statuary tope, riaewood parlor
snits, all covered la brocstelle and satia, three difbrent
kinds ; rosewood etegere, with crystal plate front aad back ;
elegantly embroidered laie window draperr, oeraicea,
shades fixtures, do ; rosewood ease and voltairo ebaira,
exponiively tiaished , reception and sewing chairs taely
carved, covered in brocade ; a number or oil painting*;
landscapes, maiinc view*, ic , by oelehratea artists;
spleidid rf-yal velvet carpet,; do. Brn*eels aad other*;
el*gant mantel decorations : porcelain Bohemian aad other
exp- niivi vasei ; Failan and otber (tatuary ; ladies' work
tables end baskets, velvet rugs, corner etegeras and steads,
obina diurer sets ; tea do., all perfect ware ; aad mahogany
extension table*, ivory cutlery, silver spoons aad forks, toa
set* aad coffee urn*, do ; crockery, mat*, rote wood bed
steads. antique and; modern ; mahogany do , dressing
bureaus, etards. toilet rets. hair mat tresses, French Mar
seille* counierpanos, pillow* boliter* Ac , sofas, lounges,
chair*, Ac. Sale positive. rain or shine.
A UCTION SALS OF GOLD WATCHES, TINS JEW
A. elrv, Ao. SAMUEL OSGOOD, Auottoneer, will sell,
at bis store, til Nasaan street, to morrow, Mondav, at lO)f
A.M., a very fine assortment of tbe above, belonging to a
(Irs* class jeweller, retiring from basin***; tbe wbolo pod
lively without reserve.
A FIRST CLASS BROADWAY SALOON AT AUCTIOl*.
- MaKK WItAV. auctioneer, will sell on Friday, tba
7th day of July, at if1}- o'clock, by auction, on tba promi
ses. the stock and fixtures together witb a lea** of thro*
''in, f tlat magnificent oi.teb)iihment ot the eoraer of
llreadwav and Broome streets, known a* tbe Stato Saloon.
Tbi< establishment piescnts un< iiaailed advaatageato per
son doiiroua of engaging is ?ucb a t mines*, belag in tb?
immediate vioi"ity ortbe principal hotel*, and most popu
lar placea of amuxement. It i* adjotnin ? Wallaok'* Tno
atre. and receivts tbe aott ftsblonabl i ratronego ef aay
timiUr place in New York. It baa lately been Cttad ap in a
?tjle of unsnrfBtsed splendor, and is doing a molt excellent
btieiaef*. It has *11 tbe ce<esaary aocomnodatioBB aad
conveniences such *s private entrance*, au^mar aad win
ter kitctcm, Ae.\ also twelve private b"x?s aad eight sploa
dld supper room*, with tbo appurtenances belonging there
to. tuck as cutl try. glassware. Ac . all of wbitb ar* of tba
very best quality. The whole will bo sold without rooorva.
Terms part oa*h? tho ba'-ance secured by mortgage. Tba
atove ha* been fitud up at a ooit of o vet 90.000.
CW. HOLMES, AUCTION EER -HOUSEHOLD FU*
. niture, osrpot*. puntiis*. Biirrors, silver wara, Ao.k
at auction.? Will be told tomorrow, (Mjn- at) Jaly 3, at
10% o'olock, tbe content* of hcuae r o. 61 Ttlrty third
street, between Fifth avenue and Brofiway eoniwtiag of
e'ecant rosewood suit of pa- lor furaitare, in French kroea
telle, rosewood etegere, with marble top and mirror doora
asd back, rosewod corner oupboard, rosewood aad m t ba
gs ny marble top ttVe*, *ofa* aad lounge*, oval m rror*,
lace curuia*, Wilton asd ingrain o*rp?t* stair aad oil
clotb carpeting, French and eottage bedsteads, eaa-?eli*4
cl amber furniture, dreuing bureau*, sofa keds'sad, *if
painting* engraving*, extension dining ta^le, tlegaak cbiaa
t?a */t?, silver pla**d ware, crockery and glass ware, kase
mmt and kiteben furniture, Ao. Sale positive, aad a d? po
lite required of every purobsser.
DD. NASH, AUCTIONEER, STORE NO. 310 BROAD
. way- Mortgage *ale of hardware, Ao., oa Moaday July
3, at 10 o'clock A.M., at ? Third avenue, between Bigkty
suoocd and F.ighty third street oon*i*ting of a gontral al
io -tni.rt of hardware. 4c. Alio bouiehold furniture, con
aitting i f bureaus, waibitands, bed and bedding, Ao.
JOHN W. SOMKRINDYKE AUCTIONEER, STORE
No 110 Centre ttreet, corner of Fraok'ia.? Constabl**"
ial* of homes, wagons, tinsmith's (took and tool*.? O?
Monday, July 3, intt., at 136 West Sixteenth street, at 10
o'clock, Ly virtue of trveral execution*, one iron gray bora*,
said to be fast; two bullae** wagon* ono bow; one licbi
wagon; two let* of barneis. Alio, tbe itosk and tinimitb'a
rttcbU. tools, Ac., comprising a oompleta assortment.
WM. B. JONES, ) r??.t?.au.
J. W. SOMERI? PTKE, 5 ^o^ta'Ka
MM. CKOFT, AUCTIONEER.? SPLENDID HOUSE
, bo'.d furniture at anotion. M N CROFT wi 1 sell
oa the premisee. No. ? Wyckoffitreet Brooklyn, on Men
day. JulyS, a large and g?n> ral a**ortm*ot of first olaea
furniture such a* mahogany Frensh bedstead*, divans,
el airs, bureaus, Ae ; fine oil paintings, lsee curtain*,
Brussels ancLingTsin carpets, India matting, oilslotbs.
crockery, kiteben furniture, bed linen aad bedding, mta
tel arnameats. Ao. Also a fiae lot of purs first ekop broeA
Sbangbae fowls. Sale positive, commencing at 10K A. M.
Terms cash. M. N CROFT. Real Aetata Agent aad Gene
ral Auctioneer, sales rooms 19 Court street, Brooklyn.
OAKLET A WRIGHT, AUCTIONEERS.? THE CENTRE
board sctoorer TWO BROTHERS, 60 ton* burthen
drawing but five feet of water when deeply laden, will v
?old at auction, on Wednesday, July 5, it 12 o'olook M
Red Hook Point, to the highest bidder. She in a fait art
and in good rinsing order. For further information appl'
toOskley A Wright, 343 Fnlton itreet, Br 'ju, or
board the schooner, of James Gales.
RUSSELL W. WESTCOTT, AUCTIO s EER-Trffc BN
tlre handsome furniture of a h( at motion, withoat
reserve ?R. W. We*toott will Mil oi. w .uday morning. July
3, at 10k o'clock, all the forfeiture Qontainod in beta* N*.
72 KisLth avouuo, near Fourteenth street, la additiea te
which a quantity of rieh and oostly furniture, oar pete Ae.,
removed rrrnn Twenty ninth street to Eighth avenue, will (a
sold on the premise*, making a large nndvery ntwaelive salo
- every article ia the house te be sold peremptorily to th*
hUti t bidder? com istisg in part of rfjh carpets, velvet
t>i'?try ate ingrain; suites of elegant rosewood parlor far
nit ' re in hrocatelle and bair cloth, large Freuob pier (las see.
r,K?wii it-g?ie. plate glaee doore ana baek, Egyptian an 4
etntnar} top rorowood tanlee, arm acd reception ehairs la
velvet and Ircoade rich and eottly mantel oraa<nen'S, eaa
delahras. dccoiaUd vaeee, Ac , with a number of ebolea an#
beautiful paintings riobly framed, rosewood, mahogany and
walnut French and cottage >eds'.ead<. witbsupeib nairmat
tr'rses and down bed* in all of them, sofas, teteatstos spring
<eat cbaire. ccttsge and dining rcom do, rosewood and mako
Ssny marble top MMM, ereixed washstands. toilet te'a,
retsi&g tables te.. with a large variety of uutaeil ft is.
nitnre, extension dining table, silver ware, ent glassware,
rioh china tea seti, ivory cnt'ery, Ae.; also, one m?gnl8>eni
diamond breastpin, eight large diamoads, oostSSoO, also,
oi-e elegant lever gold watch and chain both made to order,
and woitky of spccisl attention Catalogues at tnuso.
bale positi\e rain or shine.
rPFRKANCE BOYLE. AUCTIONEER. STORE IO.?
i. Certre street? Groceries and liquors, ?n Monday. 34
ii.st. at 10 o'olock, at No 2H3 Seventh avenue; eboiee stoek,
comprising teas, sugars, eoflee, soap, candles, gin. brand*,
nine, ,'ordiale. scales, weights, measures, and every article
In the line, counter* and fixtures, Ac.
THE MILITARY.
Military ?first company independent.
Co? tlneatal Guard are requested to meet at the A*
trrry, Military Hall, Bowery, tbis afternoon (Sunday), at 9
('?lock, to make arrangements for celebrating the dtk of
Ju?y, aad other tuiiness or Importance. B- order of
JOSEPH H PEARCE, Captain.
A. A. Lansiro, Secretary.
MIEE BURNS' GUARD -AT A SPECIAL MEETIVU
of the Mike Bnrn'e Uuard held at No. 126 Cedar street,
on Friday evening, June 30th, upon the oecasioi of the
decease ofonr late brother meaner James Congblin. tka
following gentlemen were appointed a committee t> draft
resolutions: Messrs Raid, Pryor and Smith. The committee
reported the following resolutions ; ?
Whereas, It baa pleased Almighty God ia bit divlae pro
vidence to take from amongst ns. ' while in the discharge of
his <i utiss," our late brother James Conghlin.'in the vigor
of llie, and while we deenlv moura the loss of so worthy aa
associate, we at the same time bow in submission to the
will of the supremo ruler of our destinr.
Resolved, That In the dsath of oar Into brother, we ma
tain a lots wbich we eanaot early forget, his maay geoA
a untitles endeared him to all who knew him, honest and
fearless in bis dealings, hi* quiet demeanor and goodhoett
cdse ss can never be erased from oar memory.
Resolved, That we offer to his a filleted and widswo4
mother and sorrow stricken sisters onr deepest eymaathv,
and while we cannot check their flood of sorrow WO eeepiy
eondole with tbem in their sad seroavemeat.
Resolved, That we meet at 1 o'cloek P. M-. en Sunday,
th i 2d, at No. 124 Cedar atreet, in "plain eitlseas dresa, '
to convey hia remains to ths grave, and pay them o*r last
tad tribute of respect.
Resolved, That the members of the oompany wear tho
mual badge of Tnourning for thirty days, and that wepaV
1 1th the above resolutions in the Sunday Herald. Atlas aaA>
Mercury. MICHAEL MC7RRAT, Chairmen.
Joins R. Pmvon, Secretary.
BICMMlOWg.
Excursion to comet island.? the mew am*
splendid steamer NORWALX, Captain A. Hiteheook
will make throe exeureieas dally to Coney Island, aa fel
lows.? Leave New Tort, foot or 8 pries street, at?k A. *
Us and SK P. M.; pier No. SM R.. at IOA-M. 1 anft P. *.
Coney Island at il A. M? 1 and 6U P M.-ltndina at For*
Hamilton eaoh way. Fare te Fori Hamilton or Coney to
land, and book to Maw York, M ceata. No half prion to
ehtldrer.
Excursion to thm fishing bafu-tbi
steamer LAURA KMAPP, Cnpt. Anderson, ?m a oka
a trip every day in tho weak, except Saturday; leeviag fee*
e t Franklin street at 7 o'eloek; Amos street, 7Sfc Serin*
street, 7K; Peek slip, 8 o'eloek; Brooms street. Eieet riven.
8X, South Third street, wSliamsknrg, V<: pNr Me. t, 1
,v?Ioek.
Excursions.? the baroe irene to charter
by day or week, for eienrsioas aroaod the harbor; eke lo
well calculated for partieo, haviag two deoka. eooh lliM
feet, with awalngs, sstteoa, eolors Aa .As. Apply te Copt.
? ILLIAM8, on board, Adams strsst, Brooklyn, or to Capt.
BETTS, Tew Boat oiioo, SO Booth street. New Tort.
Excursions to the fishing banes eyelet
dey in tke week exeopt Saturday. Tho largo te*
steamer CHAMPION, Canton A.Smith, will leave Asaos
street. JU, Spring street, 7X. Peek slip, 8, Broom* stmt,
SM. Pier No. S North rivtr, 0 AM. N.B.? The Jhompion
can accommodate 1,000 passengers. Fishing Uokle, A*,
piovidtd Fare SO pants.
E?.TCrR8ION for the MTI^ON, to statmn is-I
? land, an Sunday, the 3d. and'Kitday the 4th of J a lad
Fare t cents. Chenpoit sail aaOTheA pr>'peols ia
worU ; all eaa enjoy a sail of six miles for six cents, en ?
magnificent hay of New Tork. Tho splendid view* from
the steamtre when crossing to Ctaton Island must be seen I
?words ean*ot describe tbem. The expansive , hay and
barber tbe Narrows, Atlantio Ocean, Priaeeis May, nsdr
Hook, Highlands of New Jersey, the nnmevone Idands ??
the harbor, the fortllcatioaa. Xho steamers and shiMieg ? t
N.wYorb, ths Hudson and East rivers, Jersey City a *
? be cities of New York and Brooklyn B>r*en Hill aad I
East New Jersey, and the Islend of hills -State* Island ?
with all bar pnblie institutions nnd splendid m on slena and
pnhlio places, affording from her hills tbs fiesst nanor?mie
?iew in the wtrld. Bests 1-ave foot of Whitehall "reefed
e>ery half hour, and tbe Island until 8 P. M.; at niglt, i<fl
o'olock. ?
Ghrand pic-nic and cotillon excursion.
? First Annual Excursioa of tho Now York Touag
kuTn's Reman Catholic Benevolent Association to Riddle's
Orove, will take plaoe on Tuesday. July lltb, 1WM. th*
Proceeds of which will be devoted to tne Wl low and Orphan
Fund connected with the Assoolatlm. The steamboat
AMFRICA. and berfe MERCHANT, t ivetker with A fk'ss'
Band, are engaged. Tho heat will lan l at the foil iwia*.
places, vis .? foot of Jay street North River, at ftX o'el'ck.
AM; Tenth street hast River ^ o'clock, Broome street, I
7V. Fnlton stree', Brooklvn, 7X Hammond street, Mortal
Ktver S o'e*oek; Spring street. ?H; tski <* r p the barge atl
Pier No. 3, North River, at 9 o'eloek. T< ?<tsS0 eeals, t-J
be had at tbe landings. ?
JF.REMIAH QU1.N LAN, Chairman. ?
FlASCil McHvoh, Secy. I

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