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aauora aptoat iwiim rax uowvrwa m a laU*K auut saloon?ox* man SHOT amd no* IXnCTMD TO UtiOVBL A aerie va affray occurred tn tho laser bier aaloon of P. L. Jar din, No. 210 Gold street, about one o'clock on the afternoon of tbe Fourth. a party of No. 11 enema boys eaaa hi paatiy wall excited with liquor. They drank several rounds of laser, when another party belong ins to No. 6 engine (Forty acrea) came in, all pretty muoh in the same vendition. a quarrel ensued, as there had boon a feud existing between the companies, which tbe landlord tried bie beet to suppress. He was knookod senseless for bin pains. The light then became general. No. 6'a party then went outside and assaulted the bouse with stonee, smashing tn the windows and doore. No. 11'a ry went out the back war, and coming Inthe street through an alleyway, tho light >- was renewed with such weapons as they could get hold of. One man, named StlUwell, was stabbed In the head with a knife, mnd several were badly beaten with sticks ||(| 8 UJIlt*. A man named Jatnee MoCluskey, better known among his companions sa "iScabby," commuted s violent assault upon Alexander Jsmeison, or Jimmersom Home one handed Jameson a pistol, which he tired and struck Mr Clot key in the neck, inflicting a deep and a dangerous wound. Jsmeison gave himself up to tho police, and stated that he ?hoi MuCiutlcey In self defense, having neon set upon and beaten by him and others. It appears a leaded pistol was lying on tbe bar in tbe saloon, which tome one took and gave to Jsmolson while contending with McClnakey and the others. The wounded man was conveyed to the City Hospital, where the injury waa examined. The hail entered the left side of the neck, a lithe to the left of the medium line, and the -piuai oij was iouna >u oe paraiyzea oeinw mo point 01 injury. Ho retained hie senses during the afternoon, bat km very weak from losoof blood. Tbe ball was embedded la the neck. IPs recovery under the circamstanoea ia outsider ed hopeless. The Celebration In Philadelphia* 1JSTTVRH ?%OA TUB PKB8IDKNT AND I'OSrMlSrKR (1KNB&AL. The following letters, in reply to invitations from the Committee of Arrangements of the democratic celebration in Philadelphia on the 6th, will be read with pride and pleasure by the tree friends of liberty and democratic principle* everywhere.? LIT IKK ram I'KKUDKNT BUCHANAN. Washington, July 3,1868. 1 have received your very kind invitation to be present . at the meeting of my fellow citizens in Independence b square, to celebrate the approaching anniversary of our national independence. Would that it wore In my powar . to accept this invitation. This, honever, is Impossible. May we ever cat iinue to ceiobrate, with arlent enthu starm, throughout the leugtn sad breadth of the land, each successive return of tbe day trhtcn gave us birth (as a nation. Whilst we do this, and thus keep alive, from generation to generation, the memory of the oommon sufferings and the oommon dangers which oar fathers en countered in achieving oar independenoe, the Constitution end tbe Union wilt be preserved. I congratulate yon, with all my heart, upon tbo present h<>[x fui prospect of onr country. I humbly trust that a kind Providence hss dispelled the angry o>oudn which but recently seemed to Impend over it, and that we have nearly reached the end of those violent and exasperated Boetioaal controversies which have threatened the Union. When we centrist the present condition of our country with what it would have been at this moment had Congress adjourned without enacting any law to mitigate the sectional strife which had been raging lor years Between the States of tbe oonfeueraoy, we nave every reason to be thankfhi to the Supreme Kuier of nations, who has ever Interfered at the hour of our greai-st hield as (rem danger. J i-Lo ui ciiAN'A.V. LATTER KKOX BOX. AARON V. BBOWN. Washing run City, July 4,1868. Tou kindly invite me to be present at your approaching national anniversary. 1 can scarcely imagine a greater ywrnui c limn ?u uuim wiwj /vu ui wn vmiu| uia |IV rtoue event of oar national independence, la a city founded by and in a Sum bearing tbe name of Willisn Pum, and whose inhabitants u the present day are distlnguished for tbat Mtriot and lmimrtlai jounce wnicb the example of hie whole Hie was 89 well escalated to ineptre. How delightful It would be to assemble In such a city, among such a people, and to stand beneath the shadow or that ancient temple from whose lofty dome Aral rang forth the jnyoua peals of national independence! V. btlst there propitious circumstancee will greatly enhance the pleeaure and interest of the ocoasion, tbe greet event ?f the commemoration will .->taod out in its own intrinsic grandeur and importance. You assemble t > pay homage to ao prince, whose reign was distinguished only by its cruelties and oppressions?of no warrior, wbo*e march through the world may be traced by uie blood of hix victim*; you meet (or a far nobler purpose than these " ?to celebrate the birthday ot a nation's freedom? tbe day when America proudly roee from the despotism tbat had bowed ber, aad stood forth Arm and erect among the us. none of the earth. History haa furnished no spectacle more subume and no event more important in lie miluenee ou the deeti. iee ot mankind. H deservee, therefore, to be commemmorated in every town and village and neighborhood in tbls vast republic, by bonfires, festivals, ana patriotic ad dree* a?In churches aad groves, on the land and on the sea, and by over/ people who love ra tional liberty all over tbe earth. Three quarters of a oentury have now confirmed toe grand system or popular government, ineug urated by the biood and sufferings ot our revolutionary rune re Instead cf thirteen, we have now become a confederacy ot more than thirty Htates, sod may, m duo time, If we ara truo U< ourselves and the Union, become oae of Ufty, or even one hundred mates, all revolving In perfect harmony around the constitution as the<r common cuntre. In such a system, rightly administered, it can make no difference where the centre of pewer may be locale I. Tbe sceplro may depart, aa it has done, from tbe ttoulb to tbe North, or it may pass, as It will do, to the West. Still, I repeat, n can make no d.ff?rence ao long ae we give to the const! lution a strict and fair ooortrocitoa, and award to eacn Prate Its Jort sal equal rights under tbat Bared imtru inert No matter who may be President, or whether he may cam* from the North, the South or tbu West?no matter whonoy be hie greet minister of State, or whence tbe numerical uuvjorttj of the l?) houses of viotgre** may reside, en loog ae tbe eoMttPitioeal equality of tbe States and tbe Just rights of individuals under tt shall be recognised, tbI* glor.ous U'okoa will be preserved. In all this bread aad there m not one right tr nded individual who is a dlsunlcnirt jvrse. U Is only when all hope m last that the*, rig tits of Htates end of individuals ks a that ?Ha |/faA nt fii?nwint)Minn?nt hah evrr arieeo any woere or with anybody If my humble cmitfols were worth aa/tbtDg. I would exhort my errantry tnen everywhere, in poblic ud tn prlrate, in the lerv tuie room, Ut the forum, but oepec'ally in Uio Itei'e of ley.elM.lon, to cherieh end inculcate U>e mo?t profound rtvrreoce for the conetltutkra, end for tl.et equality of riftbte, Stele anc individual, on which It wee traded, end for which It wee ordained end oetabhahed. Kqualityt The yreeteet word of our language. tonality! the jrreatr?t word of Ibe looatttuiioD. Give ua that, and thle L oon ?an end will, because it ooybt, to endure forever. TUI wrapt la flamea the reelma of liter (low. And Heart na laat IfeuaJer ahafces Ihe wo*Id below, rerdon, I prey yon, tbeee heety reflection*, deebod on * the paper daring the teat numerate I bet my letter could reach yoa, end believe ae only ebeent from yoer meet log from e aeeee of eHiclel doty. AARON V. BROWN. Ilpwi la wf tkaaler Dewte et lee. (Krem Ihe Box toe Poet, July 7.] The One abip Jceeph Whitney, (torn Baltimore, Captain B Uowce, we? making (or thle port on the dey of the celebration of the netion'e birth, end among en unusually trdUnnt array of paaxeagers from d.flbreot parte of the Country, woe the dbtlngalahed Senator,JefTeraoa Davte, of M taahaippl. The patriotic *OKgeeU>n of the captain, to celebrate the dey tn a meaner beMtiog the great aanlvereary, met with a hearty rcepon*" from the company, among whom were aralc.ua republican*, democrat* end Americana. A committee wee appointed to Invite the Senator to make an eddrree. and he converted 'i rat the PeelaraUon of la dependence waa rami by Se hfUu f Hi-ftur, Fbq , of itait'mnra ; whan Parle n.wie aa addreaa of ntagalar felicity of diettoo ud Imrwloael eloquence. and of rirh a character u to oommaod tb? almtration of thoea who 'wtanoi to tt ll? commaooed by bappr allualeoe to tba array of beauty and tatolilgeoce that ?iood before hi* from kit porta of oar e mun-o country; he then paceed In reelcw the r.radttlno nf the feeble and (op* rale oolowtea of 1770, kriil motred with It the ooowtry anw?too only proper rapnblta on earth, m H tood before th? world in iW wonderful prcgraaa la art, and agr oat tare, aad aomtneroe, aa] all the element* tott craatitme a neat uatun Wbeo tbn* nailing on tha A Mantle 'ook'ur t<> tha oowat of the United dutoe, ha ?? rem ulet of ihoee bold mfhfeen from Brtwh tad V-ench op,iree<im, wbo rrnaaad there watara to found a home la what wa? tbaa a wtlderneea Tha memory too, an?a of the many enrrowing hearts and epprmwnd ajrnu dnoe b rrna oyer three with to thai refuge from pniticat nppre?ii,m which ? or fatbara fuw?ded aa i ha home if liberty and tha aevmm of mantilad H?r territory, w'. b now *< rate h?a ("root ocean to ocean, riwu ii? * tui interior ynt unpeopled. and with a deetlny of Mill tardier and continued ex oenaioa of area, why ahwtd tha rate of tha temple be now abut upon aorrowlng mankind* Ratbag let n be that the gate hoold ha fhrerer open, and an ambtamaMc flar.h?-e?r n aa heretofore, ware a welcome to ri to noma to vhetno ' dent Ahdelta?fugittra from political oppreeetm, Menator Pari* dwelt at eome length on the right of ee.irch qnoetlrm; on the Inmltlng claim wnieh 'lrea? Piitaln made to a pence rghtlo r .ett oar ablpe. Under the pretence of etnpping lha * are rvl??a tra le a fa net wlilah the United Naloa waa the flmt nation to rataa ite mVa?ehe had Interrnp ad ae-i deetroaed locratire commere# ?? had enjoyed la Irory and other p-ndoete oo the enmrt of Africa Vhe la?e mnrog-e la the (imf found oa. aa a people, with domeatlo qtarrrle oa oor haodt; hot If tbla Power counted on uniting dlTirtoiw and on making them wider, the eeanlt ehored how grea' waa her error The Insult wan resented t?y united pe< ,>i" the -;enate * ? ore mm, leaped up aga net Rntmb prnteosfep* wnlle k.nglai>d, m withdrew We i?ratee m um Tbor'?lm she so long preferred M given up?on tlrely nbnndt>i???1 Too tame epIrH tha? ra?onted in nH In the fa,t ?i" resent II In the Mum. f etand, na)d U?e (Vo*mr, nbetaattatty, on the ee* nf ?n AtnrrVma veneel; it in Amertnan enil, ton American flag floats over it; itn right to '(mm theooean pnthwny te perfect. Wh*n the bOie Or mnment reflvded 11* own odor In the pen, It was the un appropriated propertp of mankind, nn>l it et> arrogant and Idle for an r nation to dm v to tlin Cmtnd HUten her mil enjoyment at Ihle common property tt wee for the fan end nndlnturberi enjoyment of ih.? right that oor ' there, when aftinh leee prepared foe war thto TO nre nntr, engaged in tpe one dirt of 1113 end for ttfla rirlw w were ready tn ptnire In lass let n foreign power, under any pretence whatever, Insult the American flag, nn.l It will Ond that we are not a divided i-enp'e, hot that n mighty arte wdt he raiend to emlte down the inaiilter And thw greet ronntry will oontinne united frlfl'ng polfti ctanp In the Nonth, or In the North, or in the Wert may onnttnue to talk otrjerwlee, hut it will he of no avail. They are like the mo*tittoee round the W -thny annoy, hut cannot wound, and never kill. There wee n common tntermt which run ^ Mirw |h nil th* niremfled oocupatton* nod vartoun proli toe la oT tbaae sever sign States; thara ?m a turn rnoa eeattntat of aaHanalKy which bal to mtj Amsrteta heaoai; there vara oonooo memorise itreat to aa all, and though elouda had oooarteaally darkened our poHUoaitky, aa good aanaa aad the good feeling of tba people had tboa tor averted any catastrophe destructive of our eonstttnUon aad tba Union. It vaa in fraternity aad aa elevation Of principle which roaa superior to aeotioaal or ladiriduai aggrandisement that the ftrandations of our Union were laid; aad If we. the present generation, be worthy of our anoeetry, we aaall not only protect thoee foundations from destruction, but build higher aad wider this temple of liberty, and inscribe perpetuity upon Its tablet In the course of hie beautiful speech, Senator Dane passed a noble ealogium aa oar mother ooantry; and dwelt on the many reasons why the most oordlal friend hip should be maintained with her; and he conoluded by n tribute to the fair sex?woman?beautiful * ;tnan;lo the wondrous education* influence, as the mother, which she exercised over the minds ot mea. It is ever?at all times?felt and operative; upon the dreary waste or the ocean; on the loneiv prairie: In the troubled contests of tte national halls. And when the arm is nerved In tho deadly oonilicts of the battle Sold, and tbo foe is vanquished, then the gentle Influences instilled by woman do their woik, and the heart melts into tears of pity and prompts to deeds of mercy. After this intellectual repast, then succeeds 1 c nigraiuUons; the air was made vocal with song; while, through the foresight of the gallant captain, at the evening hour, the sky about the good ship Joseph Whitney wa i Drllllatil with those various pyrotechnic displays which in us I bo so grateful to the spirit of patriotic John Adams?of bouhre and illumination memory. Fatal and Strlem Caeualtlee on the Plftli. A> the gun rise salute waa about being fired at Amhoy, N. J., a boy of about eleven years old, son of Mr. John W. Snath, who was engaged with his father la raising the flag, accidentally got In the range of the cannoi, and was struck by the wed in the neck, which carried away U e side of his face and rendered him insemlble, la which condition be lay till five o'clock in tbo aiteraooo, when he died. A party of rowdies visited tbo woods near Baltimore, where a Sunday school eelebratten was being held, and shut dead a boy fifteen years of ege, the son of Uolonel John T. V arlon. There waa grsat excitement. Tne per petrator of the homd deed escaped, bat many arrests were made. At Jordao, N. Y., Peter Murphy stabbed bis son ia-law, John siahar, six times, with a targe jack knife, twice m the neck, twice in the body, and once each in the arm and leg. Murphy was perfectly sober, but the other was slightly intoxicated. Mahar is very low, and there are bat slight hope* of his recovery. Murphy had (hod com mitted for examination. An Irishman, named Joseph Gibbon, residing at onefcr.m, t.o-k the b 'JO train for Boston at that place, and after the irsin had passed Maiden, left his seat to go to anotoer oar. While stepping across the platform between the cats, be ksthis hat off, add regardless of the speed of the care linmeolately jumped off after it Mo struck a train of gravel oars standing on the side trasx at fidgewortn, aid was thrown back under the passenger train. Both his feet were badly crashed, and he was otherwise Injured. While the half past seven o'clock train from Boston, on the faster a Railroad, waa lu Newburyport, the wife of Chat, l/ocke, a fisherman, aged tiny two, went into the cars With a married daughter, who was starting for I'ortumoutb, and Btopped until the cars had started. On attempting to leave the train aTer it was In motion, she slipped from the platform, falling across the track, three ears pawed over her body, nearly severing it. She was taken op, but died almost immediately. At Ipswich, Mass., a little girl of about ten years, daughter of M. R. Waits, was severely if not Totally horned la coaseouenoe of her clothes taking fire from fireworks. A young man at Dover, N. H., performed the seemingly easy, but really difficult pedestrian feat, of beginning at one end of a row of one hundred potatoes, placed one yard part, and depositing them all, one at a trip, in a tucket placed at the otbor eui, in forty truce minutes. A solution of the problem will show lbs j >uruey to hare been no inconsiderable one for the time occupied in its perlbr manco. The young man was so much oxkauaui t that it la feared his over exertions may prove fatal. Vr. Philip Blaney, painter, who resides on Fallon street, h iixnvers, Mass., became enraged aiAae proceedings of soma young men who were meddling with his pro misna, and making the usual Fourth cf July domonstrv I tons, rushed into the street armed with a sword cano, and inflicted eight stabs or. the person of Mr George Price, took his brother, Mr. Johu Price, carried him ic.o the bouse and beat him in a shocking manner, and also tabbed Mr. Joseph Gray. James Shaw, aged twenty two years, was shot In the abdomen on board the steamboat rbomas A. Morgan, at Philadelphia, lie was coming from .'loverly, with a oom paniou. The two had a revo.ver between thorn, and were engaged m putting on a cap when the weapon went off accidentally Tne wound proved uui Thomas Drury was drowned wh>lo bathing in the Delaware, at Philadelphia. Benjamin Shaw, aged ton years, waa drowned while bathing at Philadelphia. Jamna haird. a native of Ireland, waa drowned at Philadelphia. The deceased had for live yarn pu. t been Id iim r mpiny rf s Gobeu. the Coroner's uiviwiMiir. A jinn named Ikmjwmia 1/ockso.xl wai drowned in Ute Mohawk river, near Frankfort, Herkimer county He end gone Into the river for the pnr.wee ef bathing. He was a iceidsLt of New York an-* a Wckot from Suspension Bridge was found S3 bu person. Mr. Cu.vomas's Punier ?David Colsmsa, Esq., democrat, has woborawu from tlie cauvats icr 0 < lgress, In the K |hUi Cinyroes J'nal ii.su tot of North Carotins, and W. W. Avery, l>q ,'s the only detneerat e candidate In tbo field Gen Jones, of Rulhrord, tod 7. B. Vanoe, F)?q., of Athyllle, are both running on the oppcxltljn aide. SPECIAL. KtniCBl. " ALL PERPOWS AB* nitiuKsrrrn HOT TO LFVD OR to Must any money or goods 1?> eay pervjo oting ray name, u 1 will aoi be responsible for ao> iktug a> obtai.i ?1. KATHARINA FAITL TbKMVnT ?Till FKIKNOI OF U JOSH. HA AT, OK A.t tiro'io ui 1*1. imug i-im ? oninp.iui -cu?i j utug , win i p ? , < ii ct at in- Weattbaetce Houm, on 'rl.lay area'ag, j j.> p. al 8 "clock. A full xUcudane la re < <n?L by oruer of 'he I oiumib-r NOTir?.-AIX PRRAOMS ARK FO.lHl.H'KM fG UAR. bor or trout any >fth. crew of tb > etuamihi,) City of Washington. Petrta. nultr from Llvurpoul, ** do deoia of ibtir coatr acting w.il ba i/aid by tba o&p sin or agaai .'Oaf (I. DAI.K, Ag-oi. IS Hruadway. Nr.w Toaa, July 7. 1348. TJAR8PORTR, OTTPK BOOKB AMP MAP* ?P ILL J iba Old World fin Biahad at once by L>. H. Til I .OA, 0. H. l*?apau> Aft dc. Mo, ISO Kumu a real. The paaapbrla are duly countersigned tor eyery Ro*?rnaaml mOHTAOK oobtbaotorr-tki t.00l8i AMA TK'.W J. nnieoea (Veapany ottVra lorotiraxt for running a /Inn of four Borax !*<? airox* ih? In/limu"; length of rout* 117 mllex, earlier to oommmax on /ba IP. of OrtaSxr neil l r.nio.al. will ba recalled by HAB'JOUN HRorURR*, S3 South street. TITAAHIMOTOR'S HKAI>Q1?ARTMRH -AM IMPOBTAMT it nr?!u)| ol menab.jra U galled for on Friday, ai ball oast twelie o'clock, at ibe eoutbwrst corner of Broadway and Fourth rraed. wuticai. NOllC*.-A BKOUI.AB MKRTIHO OF fKM TOO M<1 Meit'al'em rattc I'luh of tbx Clghtb Alderaamo dla trial will ba held th'a (Thur?lay? craning. at 7X a'einck, at tba Larkawaaa llooax AMI Water ?;rxxi. Rr order of F. Mot aarnr, Baaratary. JO UN PCs FY, Prxaidanl. TACHmO. Bj i()R 8AUK-YACHT KALOOC.AB, HKMOMKO lit Pwrra, 4B feet long, exnlrx beard. eomfTcebla cabin, la Sood crdrr. aioop rigged. Apply to U W. WIUTaKKV A) Prarrr atraat, or at MBxdley a Hb'j lloues, Pxoay Bridge Brooklyn. Gkkat yacht back fo* saoo ?nittcTiFtrr. kx | rnraion np tba aound In ParVa Ialat.il. oe Th/rwfay, July 8. I860, nceotnnaajTsg they aet a Pan 1 Kirbr and '?r*8x Thorax on their match raax for *li' around TBrog't Polo', aod Band's Point The eMemar .1 Ai*)K HM/.I, will ieeie I'pek flip at Id o'clock, and liarix? bridge at II oVteoe. flekatr for the eteuralen So rwnte. Imdtea SB aonta Rrfrnah?xa'.a an board. ^??__ WAMTKD-TO HIRM. k RTHOOMKR TAfTTT OF about thirty tons, with bar crew, for about three wexka ba anal ba a fast eatle* aal In good . oudluoe. be la wao. rd by a geniintavt who will t%k< tba heal ol earx of brr. Ad* 4 raaa I# F. < U? i < .iwt, mu.ik rnu < "Vr AOTTT 'OR ~AA7,R.--T mVVAWT ~RA1I/|?<V*T7'THT 1 Poraat, *S tana burtban, nowlylBf*t Uotokcn, ean b* hongfcl r*rf tow bj applying to JOrtR BTTt.lW, 40 rtadiaua atrMk CORPUiUTIUA IdTK'KB. "~ CloantRATlO;. ROTtt'C?TUB OoifBlITKB 7>?~AM FwwtU ot tie Rotrd of AOrmaa, will m??t on Th'irxtkT. J'llT A, at 'bo Caput* Ta? CVmttaUMtoaar'a o?Ba?, ThAutlwn aitaai, WMHiKOL I'aruaa *%>lnc 0<-(tttu0a ua fata Jw <-< muii Wt are im'finl lo arpaar *12 o'aijrk. TIIOBaN frriCPHKIfR. ) THoRaJJ ?fi-4l*BPON > CooimtVea oa \wrwraaenta. OKORftft PTABR. S KfRWrrtRK. FMC*!*rrrRR-A pair rAi.ni? otTB* f?^r fctr*' I Una, narpata, palollnrt. hooka. A- Re. at IM ftli'h oirf, l>ai?#*u Mn'-h m i ranih atraelA Nil oak Uhlan, rulubV f, r houta will t>? told ekaap. fmolra at IK Math a?rn"?. Fl'RNllrT'RR Fti'RinTUHR.?THE UlUHRRf TRICE uaM for bo ianbuM funtltura, ca-pota. .ntrrira. Re., al?>. Will daranaa liharalkpoB fnmltnr*, pianoa dl 101 ?a !? Wklrh. an. marckanjiaa tail all Air da of proper, r ubaao.da: .u"tiou. Apply to EIOiAHD ?r\|,TRRH. |fo. *i CM a.loa al-at. I1W1AM A?I) TP?*e?t. _ fia?n rfuciiaprrr c,ar trothr* raroai** I ' firm nit atnrb of !(%<-% ?. <Vwn?atlo anil Harman ?*??"?. t.a R?rn>?? m low a* H * *p*ra? aa low uHu(lp<r Ifcutiaand. ?wah advancaa madti to any amonnt Q. OHRIKR 17 nrondway. Sri) AAA aftoarr.-mowo rtoarr tor RAl.ll to V*? a.tv?t?op? Waal to dear ih?m out rary cbnav, at ft p?r bn* m f Ui.>i*ant #0 nl)p Fl^aroa at ft SOprr b<>* or $14 par ihoitaaari Tm? la a rhanaa aaklom offarad. mr* arts. A I BR AfTTfTI. COTXROIO* OT TAMTAM OIL ralnUnya ft* aala rbanp. to nay adraraaa. Ihota paint tn?a will ba *>14 for law;ban Alf .h^jr valor Call and tbim 0 I.R TORT A<TJ.t Rn.S? Broadway CtOTIIIRt), 4RI. ???-?A*t qit artitt or iRmmri rmr t.Rrr o*r | afcnawi* wantad for iha Waauwn aarkai, for wMoh V?y P?r rrnt orr than Jwtr aoppnand vaflla nil ba nai'L V aalUaff attbr awra or wMrnaataij TtOR. D. OORROT, JW>. v (Vrntgairaat. (1 ART 0?r CUVTHIRil -$8ntW WORTH WARTRo! J rt0? par rant mora than la Rlran bfoia?ra aaa ba Oblainad for larRA or ira.l tnta by apntelny pavaoaally or thronyfe pnat ' JAflRH KORORnY, fl 4*1 Paarl atraat, aaar t'baUiatn. 1 Aptr.^ aro ttiini.rniirw hatiiiu art CAwrorr I 4 ri-ahiog. wwal baa* fair'ta A*, to dlapoan of, wfll reaai*? <b? /air valor In caab. Or sanllac ta or ad<Jrnaala|l Ham*. IV! AoryRib ao Rua, betwpap rwroiUtt u?1 T*anty AtimtrR NEW YORK HERALD, Tl OAaiWMUPMBOTift A raw QKNTLnKN CAN BS AOCOMMODATBD IN private family with fumlahed rooms, Urn housa lh pleasantly located a ear HI John's park, and contains all thamodern^mptor emanta. Braahfaat it t squired. Apply At M A FAMILY AND TWO SINULB (IRKTT.KMBN OR LA A. dl?a a>> obtain pleaaant rooms, with board, In a Southam family; the house ha* all the modern improvements.. Term* moderate. Apply at 167 Ninth aveuue. Ahanpbomb suit or FURNIfilHtD parlors to let?three rooms deep, on the diet door, at 36 Clinton plana, near Unite rally plat e, suitable for a party of aeutinmen wlahlngcomfortable and pleasant rooms, or would be let to a Boothern family , kitchen if required. References exchanged. A LADY WISHES A FURNISHED OR UNFUBNBBHBD loom, with partial board. In a pi ivale tainily, where lea?n> * in Kng'lsh, Prtneh or run iq would betaken ae part or 'u 1 remuncraU-in. Addicts Teacher, care jf K op pel Broil ere, 34 North WlUlnm street. Jf PRIYATB FAMILY HAVIN 1 MORE ROOMS THAN .CL they occupy would let to a party of two or tluee gentlemen or a gentK man and wife, a null or siag'e room, we>l furnished. In the pleaaanlly In rated hrowu stuue bouse 71 West Fourteenth street, convenient to the cars. AT LOW RATKS UURfNU THE HOT hKaSON? Large rooms, baths. meals at all hours, and every attentioii, at Ua. Ulancard H use, Broadway and TweUvu street. Families and other* wlU llaa the bo'mo delightfully to:. and agreeable. 1 OKNTLKMAN AND W1FR. OR tlNKOR TWOH1NOL* IjL gentlemen can be accoutcu jthstod with good board and pleasant rooms. In a modern 'milt house, at IOC K-i <t Twentysecoud street, between Lexington and Third avrnuns, k?i, bath, Ae. A FRENCH OKNTI.KM.VJf WiTJ THB VERY Htiir it*., ooiummdationp dsstres to take a room and -oar 1 to ?n American family living between Broadway and Ku'.h avenue, from Klguth to TweatMU. street- T.riaa to :>e moderate. Ail dreaa II. 0., boa 94 llr.ra.J oIL. 'i. * hfottyBNOul-ux. A AN AMERICAN OKNTI.EMAN WLIISS A FOKNISH ?1 room wltb breakfast, lu Ifoboke.i, ia private French family, where thert la agreeable ?ad ruJutta * <oisty. Addi of* 0. Vincent, Herald vfllce, w.th partiouiars. AMIDDI.KAOKI) WIDOW i.A D Y, WITHOUT F \ MfLY or boarders, would let a pi rim and bedrooa adjoining, wnih partial hoard, iu ageuiie uo. or would Id ib- Bo r, two parlours and two bedrooms, wi'S doseta suitable for three or four gtntb men. Apply at Third avenue API.BA8ANT ROOM Wil li BOARD, FOR A OKNTLH. B??.n and wife, or tw > aentiooaou; a beautiful location. No. 282 Neat Twentieth an-eat Apart* of ornthiibbn or a kamii.v, ran lie acjomioodttc 1 w..a p?easaut formatted rooms w.th boaru, In a decghtliil Ineaiiin. muh a.private family, wherether-U. verv conrenieO'V! and ootnl'ort, by applying at No. 7<? Katt Twenty-seventh street, between Kooth and Lei in? ton avctoiea. A WIDOW LAD*. WI1H ONS CHILD, WlHiiKvl *0 get some one to join her tu ouer.lug a boarding housa, taking hoard therein if deslrel, or would be willing to art at bututkeeper where there la a iothrr lady. .She baa actetl in such a rapacity, la fully qnaUilod and can furuu'i the in at aatisr.u t.iry reference. Address M. R , care of Doctor I tag, 144 2*tb at, la the basement. AT 3B CLINTON VI.ACF.-FHRNian*D ROOMS TO ltt, tnaul'a or single. Uouxe hsn .,11 ube modern t/n y.-nvemente, and haa juat been ?;ilentiidly fumtsh'C throngV out. To partis* wishing A selection of room* UbSOUe'S an excellent I'ppor'.untly, a. moderate prices. AOKNTI-EMAN AND W1FR, I.IVINti IN RTYLF. V Ittt.'-i above Madison square, be.? eon iirotvlwuv a id Fifth avenue Vat part of Dm city, would add a g'-ntlmn to and wife or >?mi y to ibetr no uber, aud make hem a b xnn tha . nao V called a borne, nveu In ,nvoii,nr, or wouil lot their boose rent about At,WW. AddressOomfort, Box 19211craid ofB ie, with name, or :.o Interview AWIi'OW LtDY, aBUDINO ON FOURTEYNTtl tr-el, family hitherto strictly private wnn.d rent two front room* wi h break'aat if 1 est rod, to one or two genilem. n. Address box 1.H64 Post offlse Ant* FFRRON8 DWHRTNO GOOD BOARD, PLEAsant rooms and the comforts of a home, can be ancom moiaied. on ran son VMe terms, by r iol?iny at 121 Pternpont s rect Brooklyn, within a few motntcs' walk of FulUiu anil Wail street feirw.i. References exchanged. a PRIVATA FAMILY, &JCRID1NW NKAK THIRTEENTH A stree? and Seventh aven te, will let to single gsn'lemcn, or gentlemen and their wives, the entire Oral story, handsomely and newly furnished, with ptrtlal board; gas, bath, marble hsvias. and bol and cold water ic each ro >m. It is eonvenlent to the rars and stages ??*? the dour. Hie of par lor. piano, do , at all limes, ard bom jot forte may be r<-lle I upon T. rxns verv low Those *?-re>.,g addri-si vrll '<c to medlntely called no. Address if , box 3,TO Poet ofllee. A SKAT L PRIVATE FAMILY, UAVlKa A l'LIARAMT Cm. ihrec sior / brick collage house, with large oourtyard In front, willlet'o a gentleman and hi a wife a h.ut<UomeIy fnrnk.bed front parlor, with a Urge bedroom ami pen rina atlaehed, on the seetrd door, with be beat of hoard. Turmn (it) pt r work; one more largo riita If roiulred. The rooms ooen on * braatll'ul front pia/ v whkh makes It Jo ightlul Ibe comfort* of a him - eao bo real' ?1. Apply at W Pi ir:h avenue, second .oUago north ot Thirty irat street References exchanged i J? rNPfBNTSlIKD BACK PARLOR TO LKT-TO A J\ tingle gmOriuan. with or without pirtlal Board. An di a* A. O. O., Vtnlont?|intrc PoatoOlee. A iHBMT MKt>u<rrjOIf tw PRICKS FOR SOVf mer months. Ooliabtfnl and cool '. icatlon; large. alrr rooms for gertlemen and wlvea r in-,... -o..,i-in?n m >he Immediate vicinity of the ptiretpvl UoieU iiul Ur'ianwiy. Pleaa? adJrvsa Rjbluvm. He*a<l otC.-e, giving yonr adiroco, v hlrh will receive immodiate at' -atloa. A VLRV PLS AKANTLY LOCATHD aNO WKLL FURA Dl?be 1 rooje. on lb<? eecond loor Uj let. wltlr"it board. T 'Bin'or one gecU. man finer week; two gsntVuteii (U, in T iirdng geslight Iroi plr.' at No. 67 B'llird street Sharp are to boarders in the Annie. FiFT LARtlK AIRY ROOM. P VTMOHKI.T rCV n!?b"1 no * "Old floor, nil ?\ >dern Impruvemnuts, with bi>?rd, very der irabl.'fora pntl and wife ir gentlemen. In the Are rlass bouse 371 frurth streat. rear Lafaj cits pi. e and Broad vay A L> FY WTLL I FT A RTTrp OF OOMFORTAWLT FCR A tiUhed roimn, wl'h or without board, t > gen'lom-Ta or A and lady, tho latter preferred, as the a?l??r.istr la alnae moit of ibe lime; would like to hare a lady as a voinu ? a'on. tor.mi rotatoria can ho enjoyed. Apply a. td7 YaricA e'reeL Bef r*n.*e? exchanged. A PRIVATE RESPECTABLE FAMTLY If AVE 7 77.) OR A. tbrre a *!!/ turn ?hod ro?m to Irl. w.i'i or * .boat bnarl: all Ibe modern Improvement* la l itre at to9 Uoas un al reel near B rued way. 1 SMALL AVKRICAR i-tKTLY H V.Tg A VSAYPLYV A saat .ulia of roc ma, >n th? s?o?ad Hour, at (If pc. wens ; also a nice room at (8, h >xr J for two p?iuu TU? loo* km la very plcaaantfor ih w wh i remain n : i?a during tie but weathtr. Please apply at 69 Ma. Imigai sired AT 79 MACD0C04L STRUT, 8T. Ct.KMKVT S I'l.AO' nur Uleeokar tfraaA.? fo ! *, ? p.naeeui fnrnlehed front rt> a> uli arxmd Hour to our or tw > ru?l? *' oll-oion. with nurlial hoard On, liaih, Ac. AJiurt-wa priv*ut . K<farrno-i eir.henred. Koard parlorr, hbdroomh ard rdtth of r?H n?, fnrnh'ied, trom?t U$loper week, eapertally rut bir fur trnili'mrn; ?M i.dnlt family <"?n havn the u?e of hlrben. At#o ? ron'lrroar'* Mr.ntm, on tbe upper fl'xir, 41 90 p?r raomh. Kelerenoieitlvhnagad. Apply at 47 Amity wtrt BOARD.-*!* CT,DRRLY WIDOW, WHO lit Alt 1XPK rlraord nur??- du ll aooomimxiale 4 lady who would r*<(uLri her enrvlcea, or Wu ild 1st 4 fWniabed frou. room And bedroom. with rodreaiuaoe fur brureki epm*. tlall At lin. IS.1 *ni twenty fou/th -trent, between X14b.l1 mad Ninth 4/fim Board-a vrry pcbarart fromt roo*. Uii* able for 4 srelit m*e and wife or two ui*l? avatlameu nun iV hod. wi'o full or partial board, at fro* f: 10 ti par ?ui. Apply at *34 iludaoo otfoot, euccor of Mortm TJi'tR'1 * '.KMT1.MMAM AMD BIR W(P? OB D two ?tn*)r rnolln-ti.-o ?a? find a pl ?Aorit r ?n on ee goad floor, awn one uncle room, en* as I both la the bmo*, faatliy private. Call at HI Wayne ?trn?t Jeieey City. BOARD.-TWO FRONT AND OMR BACK PAM.ORS toacihnr with enteral har'e room*, to lot to gen .?tn?o aad their wltee and mng'.e grnUenv-n. on moderate term*, with gor?l board, aad srtrUeca of Bu John'*part. Apply at Ho. U Reach ?trrrl Board wantrp-fob a romo tiiRis ajkmtt m year* of **? aa orphan, with ?t mo r??| entail* widow lady who would take aa late real in her welfare; (be la now at anhnol In the eooatrr, where ?be ban been for t?a * ?? *. Chart** are eipected to be Moderate. Addrem C. L . Kara Id nttoe. Board wartrd-bt a i.adt fbok thb k?i tu for the linn" Would pr-frr a prlrate fa ally or w here there are toil faw hoardnra. I'oe*. .-ptlooaoie refer?e nee firm end nxfitred Term* mnet be reaennoble. AJdieee Mra. A. U fo?t often. _ BOARDINO-AT 139 IIC MOB bTBBBT, OPFOSITR ST. John epark. BOARD1NO.-A P ARPBOWRLY FPRjnr*rtCn ROn* 10 lei, toe trmlemaa tad lady, with fall board f?r fke lady. Apply At ?7t Houeten etrert. BUAHHI!". M n> 11" ? 111 I.I.T. Wl ! ' nard, In a dml elaee hrnim, in r, ?n1 th*lr W1?M or <n/Tlr feotlaoien. ter-n? m *l?r?' to i>ertn%ner> bMi ?? Apply at ?? r<vifib *reet. peiaaen Boer cry and fterapd aeeaoe Boabi* ih ntnoii.tw ?a uic*ri?*?? ?*n ut? irlfe. or If tlipl* fn'temen ?n tin mm iliw, ?> h pl?KM?t m ma in A dn'ifbifil ?.Initio*. wrenl-i' # w?ii treat ferry. Apply At Ml Lawmane at/eei. Bef?r no*# e?rhaB|ed. Boahi th BBOOKtT*. -in?*iri*rni> *oo*? r >h. ' line of p?*|nr And tari hnlrn>ta? att? foil or p*r iHI hreM. In flr?' riaa* IwmH. wn??nl?iil to Aoo"> ?n 1 WaB trre 'rrrlee ijiiabt" foe a parly of fen. lemon or fallenin and wife Arr>T At HW Arally *r ?t BROOKLYN flWOHTW.?A BARB ( PPORTITAITT POR a few eelmt h iAr t"'? in a prtfaie f* nil? for He* lb aed arenery iti* nnrpaaeeri in .hi* or a?y Kher on iniry, Itquim at id >. 4d i o.mbm mat, Brooklyn. (ttM'PVR BOUdR, ?4 BBOAimAT.-TliCT HOVKf II ) kept ?a[tke koroj -au plae. for 'he Aowiairovl ty> <4 ml ywaUemen ?r<* lad ?v Ve*|? aen* \>- mn?i whe ?i-nd. Brim par it?y. 3 te M. u?i?, par w?e? f'ow II ' e |r (feaileaao aat ?*s. |l par day. iv"** to** iiomrv-w wi-rbay btrhkt ivr It ear pf I ollryn |'.*oe, li*b> And Airy fim?l?i>ed rooBA, with or mihont po-?rd 0oanr hottrr. HD. A? POIRTT ayknp*-r tHI| lienor rentiemen cab ha ah" mnvidalAd a hi nealy paprred rorhi, furoafcad of ?nfnrnl? ind, withbnnrd A"ran* era end olbw " will fled tM? -inter and deairatrle atopplo? nlare Tr ..relent p >ron*. II M JjH.Rtl ARTLT rVBMTIHtin ROW** WITH HAS, BATH, fy HIM" of piano and In a prtrata kimr wuoon iho Pranrb Oaaman an.I Kw. i*feta,ig , *?? o a, rnnltow to aloaia ?r marrlad grnt ~a4, if aopllnl far toon at 149X bt Mart a plana f7<imilT?I!V> ROOB9 ?A I.AB.m ROOV, 1TTTH C'?* r motlVnta pao'rkw mi >?.lr nn at tar bad, to IM, tngruM. or aaparatn, ?ltk ?c wt hont parted board. Apply at til k -of bar a raw t or* fcaat <? Broadway. KrRHTHHHH APABTVKHTB WA*T4I> -TO OOlthTTT of (>a?l<w aad badnmtn. <?ilb Itllnhoti and tarrama r van. taatlaaaant lordlu;. wtui mtorttry nanraadanma. Plata roll parao-nlar* of i rtoo and aitiialion Adlrntw. Waatarn, b ??* lloraid otfla* pmurmmo Rnoar* to i,*t-a woo*. rhiiii'iom F and ail Mtal . r n thn third floor, with coi?T*ilrtt?.-a for brrntng bntiaa, an t. la for ? grM'rtaxn and w'f* ttrrd of boarding. Apply at in Waal fireot/ ftmrtb ittrtyt, war ftraaib BTupor, 3URSDAY, JULY 8, 1858. oammro aim lopow. SOOB PLAIN BOARD WANTED IN TUN OOUNMYPor a gentleman ud hie wife, In nma (arm bona* or prls family, within an boor or two'srlde of Raw Yjrlt Terma to be moderate. Ad dram, alaltng terma. with full particular*. A. 0. P., Harmld oNtofc rrVAUD'8 HOMT8.-A OOMFOKTABLB HOMB , ,.n the beat of attendance by an experlenoed noraa oat >f ;hi nolaeandbuatleof theelty, reaehed by the Eighth a im aare la S? mloates from Cbambere afreet. Person* a >h> aduntry oa* addreaa Mr a. Gawpoell, corner of Fifty ' mrv atreatand Ninth avenue, or to the ears of M. A. Wuit <. H* Broome afreet, eorner of Um. Lodgings.?olkan and OOMFOKTABLE BEDROOMS may be had at the Globe Hotel, corner of William an 1 Frankfort atreota, at 26o. and :t7o. per nigh', or from $1 to Id 3d per week. For tentlemen only. Large airy roomb and bathr-meals at all bourn, with every armutable dell<iaey. PnntH'ea and others detained In towu this hot wrather (bould board at ihe Rlansbard llotiae, Broadway and Twalfth at re at. Hornmrr arum verr low. No. ti ST. Mark h place?LARGE aNDPLUaSvNT rcomj, eapcclaliy adantei for warm weathnr, m -j ? had, with bond iu a uret ulajw bona*. Spanish and F/coch apokeo In tbo family NO 1 ASHLAND PLAGE, PERRY STREET.?A G8N Urinaitaud wile or a faw a'ngle tfent'-nueu c*u tie acne mmou.ti<_d with boa. I In a private lauil'y .ngord ?tyl?. Bourn b .? every cnnvtidence ; neighborhood unaurpaaaed ; acr.t raibii by nit gee and o?r?. Term* moderate. NO 87 WK8T FIAfKENTII STREET -8' UTGKHNEKS and other* deidrlnr a p eaavnt home (or bo aum.ucr oen be aoromiiuxlaled with urv. ho-v room*, wtib boira: , t. tion near Union squarf, and very convenient ti e riand stages. VTHATI.Y rUBNU (ED, AIKY ROOMd TO LB "?AT Xv 121 Fursj the o'rce . near Or?.ui' onreasjaabl. :ro?s ONE ( H TWO HINCLN OKMLKllEV CAN HAVS their ib of furnieiie I room* <1 ibe u< alrubl-r i'im? r locaJ ja, i.H "West Tweuty-thU il afwl. t'irdal !> ??ni if r i quirt-d. Also, a floe suit of room* sut.able for a phi rictaa or a an list Private bcard tn brnoelyn -a gentledan and wife or two single gsotlem a can bu accOmm>Ut ' with good bjard and pleasant room. 1a a private family, by applying at 82 Karrmm street, kc-ou.1 door from Ch iton Location ' onvesiou: to tie Wall street asd South ferries PKRBONB WISHING TO 8KCCR1 GOOD HOARD I i>inI < .iu?ce of rooms ahuu'.d r.jll at once on Ki t Kow ler, #2 East Broadway, who la titling up that large and corn modkuui house (or boarders. N. !$.- Parsons wnol-g to furnish their own rooms wl'.l be 'mated with on Ctvorable lersas. RWetnoe* mchaugrd. A l?.i to let, the Urge store couneotec', with secummodntion for ft tally If r qn'red. PRTVATE 'tOAHDTNa ? A OENTLEMAV AND HX8 wife aad a single gentleman. ran now re-ore lit e airy rtxmt, at moderate cnaree, at 3'i Front street, Brooklyn, <ii> ? to Fultcn and Oatheriue ferries. R0OVS TO LET?AT 28 UNTVf HTTY PL ACTC. PUSDiahelor nnfnrniiih'rt, with or wi'h-ut partial >: ' tr.l. KOOMB TO LET-THK KNT1KN FLOOA, HJKNMHKD or unfurnished, of a new and beautl 'nl house In the upper part or centre of the city It baa gas. water closet and r nth rot in, and will be l?t to onecr m rn gentium jo, without board. Address R A. W , Tlerald ofllte. ORNATE HODR^ 910 BROADWAY-FUR^HRED k7 rooms to let. s'ngly or In suits to famtl.es and single, gentlemen. T*n?a frou> S2 to R8 per we h. House drst class oontsdoing at he moiernlmprovemeats rno let-in a fikncii family, a bm autikul JL front parlor, onferni'he-', with board: a nice r|?.-plag room, furnished, mar be had 'lee, and the privilege of uiklag lessons, ^pply to Prof DIHJOR, 4d West Twenty fourth i street, near Fifth aveoiu. rBES OR FOUR GENTLEMEN CaN HE ACCJMMOda'ed wilb plesiaut rooms at 1S2 Atlst. le street, Brooklyn, with or without board Tit OH a WHO ABE UNFORTUNATELY DETAINED in town during ihe hot seas"U. should board at the Blancard Bouse. Broadway, and Twelfth atreel. lArgnoool room, batbs, meals at all hours, with every attention. Hummer prices very low. TWO VINE FRONT ROOMS ON SECOND FLOOR, ALSO on? on third Hot to let?with board, furnished or unlur ulshed. hoove eur tains all the modern Improvements, Iocs Unn pleasant, convenient to cars r o1 stages; good references given. Apply at 71 West Twelfth street. TWO OB ThAKR ROOMS TO LRT?FURNIBHfSD OR unfurniab- 1, with or without board, to i permanent person, at a very moderate rrnl. The house has gas, hath, hot and cold water. Ac., and but one family oscupy the remainder. Apply at 241 Ninth avenue TWO OH THREE SINGLE ORNTI.FMFN CAN BE AO Rum mode ted with board at No HO West Twenty-sixth vreet. rear Sixth avenue, also an unfurnished ba-k parlor, with pas and ball), on aeeond door; tirons moderate; a few day boardcra can be accommodate J. rO OR TTTRKR FTN01.K OHVTT.KMHN. WIH1ITMO m.t fumlabed rooms, wllh or without hoard can be nocoin mod al-u In ? imil) | in rate family, at rttaaonable tonne. Apply >.t ISO ('anal at rent, (the new number la 383), a ah rt do tenet weal aide of Broadway. TWO OKJiTi K'dKlf WART A > I'RMIBIIKO HO JJl. without board, with *aa. bath. Ac , lo a reapeotaol* private family: loetttoo mu?i be near Broadway or fourth avenue, and not ba'ow rnlon aurtare. A ldrcu K , bo* 308 Po?? ofll -a. TOT.HT-W.TH PARTIAL BO^RD. IN A ORNTRBL Tainl y, the whole of the ee-'md lloor to a party of ffr alio men. In a bottle well fura'.ihed an l'u a very d> ylrat.Ie (oca umi. KajL UL watUatand, Ac. If prufwrej thu rotnz will 1.AreS'TvAu aDTTibe,s .-*,1.-.t* llemd jtlio?. mo 1.K1-A HROKT AMD BACK PARLOR. A 3RD\ r.K in on arooed floor, haudeomely ftrulahod, In a beautlfol gallon ; will b? Ia< aep irate or tn<etb?r to tr-ntle.nan and w. (our ninfle gentlemen. Alao rooma from >1,00 to U per meek. Apply at 118 Thontpaon, firmer Prloee at. T J tvr- TWO KI.ROAlfTT.V FCRNIPTTKD PARLOR*, with adjoiatof Hedioona, toge'her or aeparrte, *n a tow* roatalalhg all !Ae nodrrl Imi porementa and oeoupie 1 by a atricUr private family, where Ui rn are no otb^r boardera Thla would oiler a I'sa ojipoi.uity for ooa or two 5a tinmen a-i.l "b-lr w'tra dealroua of a |Utet retired home, iddrera II. B., Metropolitan r.wtuOna, Libia House. TO LOT-TO TWO . VTMlMF.v r i I )AKD, A Urae. pleasant, well furnished r . m, na tba arson 1 at' ry, in a private family, where g ?>d ooard an . the ootairr*H of % 0. me , .a be realized; itaeof batli and all .he tn ?lern ImpzorrrnaoU. Ter .'a vary moderate. Apply at 1W Tbwnp?'r-? t. near rMM Tn? ADVFRTTPRR WIRHKT ROAKO FOR HIM4KLP, wl'e two cbkldr -n. a<?a two sn.1 el.te year*, and aurae, a otonirv farm bouae preferred. The location must be ar rntalhle to New Turk, and positively healthy: would rvunlre t o la rye rouraa, 'ermj moderate a I I rase Immediate./, tiny terms, H. boi ILS85 Poet offlre. t-ATrmv PT A OHK OR TWO ** rnnraa wt'k pur*. 1*1 hoard la Hrook'au n**r Tut toe and Chrtoii ivfnnn. A Jdr>'?? Poatoflsd, bo\ MSP. W?w Tor*. tkrATTKr.-BT A YOCKO OKXTIJtXAX, PAKTIAI. Ti biard. h? a prl*Ai? family, wkrrn thacr arn no ork*r hoar<l*r?. Hr ?ktja or Jrraay Hi* t>r*f*rrad. Addr*** P. A. O., HrroJd olhoa. Hoarding bo,iw krrpara nr#d not apply. W^MANTBIV-JH BROOKbYR, Oli RRARNRW YORK. A I pl*a?ant Mnin, with plain hoard, la a rsnpaoiakln prh ramf.mil/ within foclr inlmitoa' rid* from IJIty Hall A I drrn*. otatli ? cosrrntrnraa and mrraa, v. lilrh miiat b* r?ry moderate, Mr*. Rnaacll, Iieraidoifice, Rear fork. Refrrenria given and required. 10R 1RTTTIRO RCMIIU. WITH RKDRf >OMH ATTAfflfKD; br*akf**t If r?.|alrsd. alula and d* 'hl* rooaav for IodjTig, o**Ur 'uralmed for fniU'-n-Ti PrV a to a ill Ik* Uai*a. I nqu're at 70 I'raeklia atrrat, drai konee wret of H roadway. <1 ARM ARIJT'IDOB ROPARR. WRAP MDK-BOOMR ?t for permari.nt ami iranmroi hoarder*. A drain I and Je?lra|.:? looadon for lk?- ?nmrn?r B>r.-k?r etreal ,i?g's*nj Righth arnnna car* pa*a. Kefereaeee legutred. il r*ORHT RTRTltT.RRAR HROO?1I-A Pt.RARAKr. Ti t.rally fnrniabrd rom. nimble for a genil-eian and fcle wife or lw? yrntlrmrr ran h* obtained. wltk hoard; all lb* modern improvement* ? ike b >a*e; bill faar boarders lakaa. CI) RI.RRf'KKR ?TRKKT. WW4R HROADWAT.-A ORR /de 'iamaa aad wife or gm lrm-n ran ohiaia de*lr?t>le rmai wMk lull or parUal toarL Term* moderate Refwre were r a* hanged. 1 7 A WRRT TWRRTY THIRD RTRTRT-OMR OR TWO I i iMUnn and faaai lea.alwi, a few aingi* r? , in ( ma/ ohiaia very dretrahf* imaa wih hnnnf Hortlwnrni . and oHmr* amh.ng irtnporarv hoard, will Had Ike loraUon , plaaaani for tba mam/r rnoatha. 70 HflllM RTRR1CT. POrR OOORH PRO* RROAT> I * way - To lot c rrral hanaaorurlr lumlabrd monw. to I !r.glegrn.i?inrn. 'kr Inrail n ? bp ir a'l A" f m alaaa hotel* ' In Ik. Km lAln. nf Ik.M 11 1 1M q*j rniir< (rrn?rr. ? ** miOAnwvr.-rr* *0 M*krdnr or.f >-ni'Wd ApArunAnta ?n4 r--Mi*, wit* All j A' mol'ra ArpnwinvrtAtVmA. on t*ind?rv?i ' run Alan. to M. A ?r'PA"1' I ?' ?r n( Urf* dMBooAlona, ?n:u'<!? I* im Wet (lab. froAcli ip'.kPA 11Q prim rr hawh'mkiclt 1 HO farn'th-d r<v niA to 'M to f t|pm?n only Willi I wither,' pA-'j' r >u1,'ail? n-Tt cIam h-nre Wo, 118 Wtmh 1 traat taw itnor* tram Krwln) . lqr. RTOHYll AYHK-'T oABTIWtTATtOH nr l.iv ! l?>?? t?-A pt ? 1J tVoAfa, fcijwra?r? ?ort oUor* - rV0O? Add plMAm' ' -ft* ATy ntv>AH, w t) tibaM, t for fomltia Anil ?, ?'< (?itVn>a u> it ? Iwmedlaf rtotoliy of hot?'? An* llro?4w*j\ tlrrAl reJnetlon la iirlcra for tl?# nawr Mtta. | n?j nnnrnoproRrTim.i ??* twrn.f ? t> l.ll rl'y pir???ut, PonniiKti I'll AO't well f iroUbwrt 1 ro in?. ?lib or without tnard. 1 HI WATtm it ia,*on -aammnx * N > J wlr*a or iTp*1* |?tr lemon r*? 1r\t Itrr- J ->a ap , rid . r la A-m or Ai-parole. alt > jinroofa. 1 UllOAA -pilot Atid f?ll. <IM Atfcl I'Alh <ll>ld rOfAT'MtA I 1 PlrhAAga. 4 in BKOOMf ATRRWT WIUR HAOAHW tY.-fCRTill tit?f?1 rncM* ?'lewtleiwoa rr-'ntri- g p >a<- At ?nmt Will 11 Art AT?rT AnvmrnortA't.-n At P?*r?t* jiftee*. hy ovplv to* aa Altora Plnala oad louUta r?w>?, Wl Ji oou*?alaa .o of t-A?fc. (a*. Ma. i utrmicnos J A IAMDUM or R M, w?rn?0. AHlTB I CL Mllr. Ac opea ' > ladiea and frtiilwAM wrarj <t*e And Aiming at At Bow?y, W Y, no I M f ilt"i ltro.,*l.n IP A.RT1W 8. PAINR t Ala | , pimnni ?p 1 ?k.iirn] topobor 1>>L Nu hap . on itiprrlor - Nf?p >rt l>. .-.Wao*. ________ j INBTWrOITMJf - WA1 tt) A t,AOT WW* TO W*T,b 1 i ??<"! API f fire- <?n J* Ilh B Ito'p in -Ml in lad? from j n>'l(v>* to II n'r.ktek # -h dar, and aipo to InWront bor In r> - rar. tkr# #?? |llp?rBinili Ad ! drmo for two f ij ? M - 'fur I"* Wrond ?'%y Pn?t ofllpp, ?t?l n* wh. t" an tntprviPO ran bp had. ^ J)n*R* oiiaap wt'Ttv,? unonmrivi and , IV ari'kotrtls c , J'l Ifn adwa*. r.dlop Jfo A. lAllopir . po'lorm fnorVaflar ? or Wl mprrant>1* arifp.n i 01 I dp'mvMh'ti In lv pI?p o? Wod'lnt TWUnt ' ?rAi ud iritm rttpl p*niBt??hl4> inArHod rrtal If sot i j potior to n|? a (scaring WA WT^S-AW WW<?UHH I.APT, AitUtlJTWAi ?m<* | lot fount Wdy,<wpl??**?nr*of affrfoopwho ran play no lha piano. and Only rf-rurpd flop ammt flour So or* ,Ur. ] Addrpan for ??o dart 'f * . * * l?? If-raJH .Hop TH-p ' inltnn rpp I nsmp and adlrran oolr will bp Mto dps to ?rt? i RWOW. l^o* m* rTwmwn hawkr-th* "wtkawwr rUtr r a at Kit. rapt Andpr?'it Prpey day !p th? prpp* Prrapt " " iir. ""*!?* Am<w?trpp? *t ? 4V Spring atr??. at A l>t *Hp at will, plpr 4 Worth rtrpr, at ?<id?>o?h. tin vl mow.- rp. fbpahatpntp, xaMng Utckin awd b*U nod lino* m board. ra.a. *MiM??b*a,, 0. KLflXUB, CUrb. J WI)H?T BOJJUJ OARD WAjmro^rkAiMm^^ FOR A lady, child and (arrant. ruin accommodations only required. Moderate terms indispensable. Address, Malls* terms, Mr. Tort, Herald oflga. Board in thb countbt.-foub gbntt-b?tbn can And pnrttal board In a private family. Term) low. Address 8. B. H., Hew Bochelle. BOARD IB MOUNT VBRNON -A LADY, OCCUPYING her own house, near the r*llr< id denut, can ar-commo dale a hall family during 'he summer. Tlue ro >maare large and airy, plain and substantial bo . -d. and terms very mode rat* Inqnlre at the depel for. or address by mall, Mr*. C. Peace, Mount Vernon, Woetshester county. N Y (TOliATRY BOARD.?A PBIVAfB FAMII.Y OAN AOJ u. mm .date ageutlsman and his wife or two single gen tlemm with .tc-'rab'e board. location gcod, three quartern of an hour'a ride from the city; terms moderate: soetaty agree ub'e Addreu*. .eating when and where an Interview may be had, Hubert, Herald otBoe. COUNTRY BOARD MAY MB HAD IN A FRIVATK family, Ou the uUuk. read, aia miles from Jersey t'ity, In '-ooth renLreville. one i.ud a quarter mile from iiergon Point; access by stage or steamboat. JACOB A. VAN HORN. /-VOCNTRY BOARDING.?A RMA'.I. PRIVATB FAMd.Y, v,' In s delightfully situated house on the Kaat river, being I'M) fee t above the rl vr and finely shaded grounds, would utter a suit of parlor*, opening on a Wu* plan., tjgether or separate. This Is a -are opportunity for a party wishing a cheer f*l I'd agreeable home for the season. Inferences required. Addrsss I own seed box 8(12 Host oOloe. /TOO.Y* RY BOARD AT THK IRVlN.l MAN-.ION TAR "./ rjto *n? Ps riles desirous of securtng a quiet o intertable heme for the aumiuer mouths near the city, and jot eournletely retired may find superior aooonttnoda'.lu. s at the r.br ve home, wh'rb Is now open for lbs reoeoth.nof guests. The ntinsinn Is delightfully located, pleasantly 'haded, a.U' rouiv rn ny an evier.sivt' una in inetirpavea ? inmarr rnrest There are good ?tab'lng accommodations uuou the pi< mini's An oiprets ugent fur ih i above house lettves the city d-ily, on board the mun'r Broml*?y, feoti-f Jay ?tre?" North Hrcr. Carriages will im In waning ?' ?he depot and e'eamhost landing to -onvev visitor* tr? the innnaion. Roome for 'be summer will heir' In snU? or singly Accommodations also for transient guttata. COUNTRY RtlARP.?A GRNTKKL FAKfl<V Oil A FKW grnU woul l ho taken on the bsnlui of tho Raat river live miles from th Otty BUI Beautiful, retired. sha*'/ pi.son; lawn to the river. Addrcaa t. h ik|153, Herald otttne. COUNTRY BOA RH?AT HTROflWOOP OOTTAOB, Clifton, Platen Island, convenient to the landing Five rooms, beautiful groves, goo<l tlshing, bathing. Ac. Will P.O. A. st?te where an tnlervlew can he had" Address tUiunwhere an Interview cau be uad, J. H. a.irlow, lit raid office. CYOUNTRY BOARD?A FKW FAMILTBd OAN OBTAIN J good beard, Fne airy rooms, plenty of fresh milk. vego tables, Ac . at the farm house one mile from the Fsrmlugdale depot, on tie Long IsUnd Railroad, thirty miles from New York, Ihri * train* ft day etch way. Terms ftgr sable. Ap ply o O l.uee near Kartrlngdale, L. I., or at at No. 170 Joy Street, BrinHiyn. / vOUNTHY BOaRD.-A ilBWTl.KHe N. WBOdK RKdf '.J deuce is beautifully situated uuoa the shore ot the Ureal Houth Hav, and soramindtng a fine view of 'he Atlantic ocean c..u accommodate a limited number of boarders far the summer Fine tea bathing, sailing, Ac t c?s/ of aoe-ss by Loag Island Railroad. For further particulars apply to D. K ? tiRNKl.U 31 John street, or WM. T OORNKLL A SON, 2rb Third avenue. / 10FNTRY BOARD WANTKD?FOR A RMALI. FAMILY \J of three adults, f iur ohl'dren and nurse; near the ?alt water preferred. on a f vm or nice country plsoe address box 2.1*3, Post office, with terms, which must be reasonable. References oichanged. C10UNTRY BOARD.?TWO MORR FAMTLIKS OF FOUR J or five each csn yet be rerleved bv Mr. Acaerman Plait kl'l. Those who can appreciate bountiful provision for comfort In a large well vhadol house, mountain air a d re tains ble term* will be suited. Mr. llervoes, at Park bank, will give fur,her particulars. ClOUNtRY BOARD ATLAKRMAIIOPAO-\ Mi'ST UK I llghtful summer retreat; Una bathing, boating, tWBlug, turning, Ac. Five sdultscui be arenmmod.Ucd in s private family. For pat l.oulars call at 1110 Broadway. nobokrr.-twt) tlRNTI.RMFN OAN HF, COMPORTahly arcommonated, with furnished rooms and partial board, In a pleasant location, live minutes' walk trom ferry. Apply at Si tlarden street. Hobokhit-to i.rr, wnrn or without partial board, a large front ruoes, suitable for one or two gea Uemea. commanding a splendid view of the bills on reus uoable lerma Apply at Ml Washington atreet, or address M., Herald oflK'S. _________________ VTRW BRTOFTON, RfflHTOU, PKRTfl AWttoY-V ls| laev and gentleman wish board fur ?lr w?-k? la a orl ate family at any of the more men tinned pi teas where pleasant society and a good labia may be found Aelernnora git en. Board froo. f M a wetk and up aooordlng to aoooni scmia'tona offered Please address, at once, Conn try Board, Herald office. giving par tin ultra AJsJCl* or (UCAL ffiWATffi. A~NY ON*: HAVINU TWO THOUBAH'l HOLLARS T* eaah an buy an elegantly furnished oleaaan'.ly and conveniently sttn?!ed bouse whb all mo-tern Improvements, and a five years' lease w p L a select set of boarders. Address W Munat'l, Herald oRloe, staling where an Interview oaii be bad. riQOHTRY BRAT TO KXCHANQ* FOR OITT OR ?7 Brooklyn proMgty--Eighteen acres a: Iratnv Pair'., near the Hudson mmk; large oaanalon, abundance of shale, brantlfnl scenery healths location. good enthuildlaga, and easy of access. Price $7 nio. Cli AJLLR.S it. HOLllBM, 19 Maaaau at., ropm Ho. V eivimm* m>uba, w?u oat .m.riAn.ar.a aHO OOOH \J will for sale, for an unreasonable low prion, cheap mat and paid op to the 1st of August, a good rhanon tor any one with rmsd means Inquire at 519 Houston street, corner <4 tin st.y slrte'. Foa BAT.R?A BKACTIFtTL OOUHTRY1 Rrl linKNCR, wl'bin twenty mlcuw'sstage ride frtut do sou ferry, wUb stable, well asd fb,ttt trees; slew meenlOeeirl. r?rm? pert cash 'be rest on mo-drage. Inpdre on the premises, Padsade avenue corner of Barclay street. West Hobokon, H.J For sal* or kxohanor tor a oooo far* near hie city, or other prope'ty? Two well dlt f-ur s'.ory brlrk houses and lota, b<gb s?oop front, t-^-o raTines, Ao, in Wi-slTblrts*ihird street. Aleo, several other houses aiid farms for sale or eiuhsnfa. Apply u> T 'tAFFFKF, F >. 10 Oentro street, opposite City Hall. FOB SAL* OR RXOHANOR FOR BOURBOH WfJIS. kry?sr Imj revt-d farm in I.* Point county. Wl'Oonsln. e ntafnfag a bouse and ISO acres of first onaliijr farnrloc laud, well located and of easy access to the market. Add i em O. A., box l.MM Poet office. FORBAIXOR RXCHtNOK FOR tTTTT PROPFRTT-A fsrrr. , I m u T?l .tv! ,kn,il ?M >, I I,,.,,., .-I banv nun b? "old fa two lit*. three mllet from ? ralleond ?t?Hon; ebumh po?t oflcs and e.-b .>1 a >n?e near ! r for fur ther particulars apply to O. W. WfffTAKCH, 90 Bnarer atr-rt. 8*1.*, OB TO RSNT LOW-PUBNttHk)>, TO* oM Krford'a rhadea, ft a. Jn Kmde aires This plaso tu. it lerg- room aululln for bulla or roaoara, bring Kit fact deep by St wide Apply at "4 t'ader ntrret * tiMtR HAt,* OK KXfllABO* -A OorNTIiV BBAT Of JL tOaoren la Rockland oonniy, half a mile fromtUarka town depot, Krla Railroad, that booaa waa b'tlll laat year. also, hern, nlebles and earrlayen ho ire; he plana la wall abmkml wlifc appla orchardi, pee. b trees currents, raspberries, and I,.vm grape Tires warn planted '.ton of ring. Th - turner's presence la retnlrod In Vila olty, and would no!1 orpurhnnge for a bouse la New York or lookers, <w for a land on tbn wast shore of tne Hudson. within In stiles of Hobo ten. atook, bar. yest and furniture anld 1/ wan lei. Address (J. f , bo* 1,38ft Poatoflioa. I?* York TtOK BAIJI OB BXCHABOB POB A OOOD PAHN f near ikla city, or other property ?Two w I! Iimh four our brink bouawa aad Iota, high stoop front, irow railings, Mo., la We.i Thirty third atroet also nayersl other b uinsa and farms for sals or- lobange Apply tot. UAffNKf. Bo. Ul Oratrs atrwat, opposite City Hall. TTOL'bE AND qUARTBB Of AN At'BB OP HBOt/ND JLT for sale, at Blag ttag or errkaage for alt/ lets. The bowse Is wsll aako'ttsd for bnardsra. I' can b. ailwl with permanent boarders all the tlms. tainlrsof WM. L. N~BPHKHA, IM Ntaetesnlk tragi WIIABIY iiiltO OBgijiw WOBltl OP hUdKl JM aad domeafln dry rood?. If ma half or three fourths the awiouat tree he paid la aa mprtrrsd farm near < btcngo. Nails factory references gircn. Address M J., Metropolitan Hotel. WANTND TO PCBOH A8B?BkTW*** TWKM'T PIR?T H sad Thirty etghtb strseu. wen alia of Bros i way, two Irat elaas dwellings, with modern improrcmar.t < and gmd telgbborbond. Call a1 Jfl Broadway, bead of aee.nd stairs, s 1thla three days. J .J. TUU*RN. WTANTBD-fOB HOOD fATINO BTOt'B, TKXKlficNT WW property llgkUy Wtnrtraged. for sale or rfiange, far ma. at all prions aad la all iosattoas Aa objsrt to parties caking to org".lets Bualneaa solicited n. n. ?ri.i< mi grAmpTo EXOH AMOK?TORrTviTOTM < ARM TT of l??i In Nr?r JrrMT. or tMy ( .<> p -n r i m n Mdw Tmk or Brooklyn, If# ?gt?? if land. 'io?irino?ti *1, nr itoTfU* I'ulol. Addroaa K W., Ilerai.l od, ?. afkimnP-a fa*V~ nr~i. bott~ o ' u v'nTih TT vrr(. la hmi*"iy lo-a Ion Mna* St frMir >? *11 farnr mi* t|>if Prli nrA nw tan ihonaand doll* *. . ?? 'n i*? or rhy piopnrty prnfarTod. laqatrr of A. HRV AT, i'J Wi-af Klr*l<-?uU> ttmot ______________________ fcl Kf\n-i"*? HALA oa axth* W<IR r>R RKU. Pl.ol/I? ?? or hood und n > "?%*"* or ?..* ?, ono ?t tAo ! ' ?ti? r portor hoaaaa ia KonUi at." at, and ??ll r?t?Mla rd by tha prawn* onorr T. n spkret 10ranW ?'. AAfl -Hvrm. rnn * 4L*, ti * n*?T **?!*-? ^ I " r. ma nn?r *h< cbt an 1 rtrnt !??, f ji f f >-uk llr-if Ocaj h i*tn*?a c?n?* fbr rcli'n* BlOtiM A MOCTMW7HC, Al *.mvi ?tr#?>. j>. ftfjn~r CIw HfrnnTTTiBlrtoBB r ?a u (Vl\V'T\?, k .h t ffinB ll.?* C?T. ' 1 ItO* 'rati oart aad principal *U'W1B. kit I* prime ordoc kiwi r..o<]Itloa, tnrt maklo* mm?J W 111 take atty property 1* uart. l?ftXM A HOI TH wlrk, M TVaaaan atr?ct. ?'TtHK?, JtWKI.HY, AT 170 RROAnWAT, ROOT* 11 watrbc* MeilMi patent and late-died arera fold ? < and guard rhatna, An . fir <ale at a (rent (trifle*. to pay iditrMi, Advaa*** t? r|Uminil?. ?' .ohoa, ewelrjr, Aa. J B. rt A RATN . AK, ;7y rt-~* Inar. poi.n AKH R&ria^AmuMi ????? It prat m)w. Tie anbarriW iaaeOtaf a'J leaerlptiona Of fi*i aad Mlr?* w*lrhm M Im them tiaaaj prlora LIMB*' (WTTktfl'l Ifciamaflad **mm OoM Rag. paten lecra, k'tkitt'Hd arid on traleftaa. Uotd ohmroatatera. Batebea wllfc rtah aagrarcd Isfyhm dnplea aat'haa, MM. T f. (lonpar wai-Hea. Via M|Vt vUelNt, ,'alea J urfenaen ? a?oh-* JflUlrvW Mfy?J?MtMoid?oikM 3okl (IHM^t Wreak ? _ Hlwr KaglMA pawatt MM, B'W detanked H?w *? ptoM. wrmr iratah anM tr Wra m v> ?-e* imo kmc. WmtCim elconod and repaired ?? lata f** **?.?* ' jrteaa. Wtlehaa Mm In etrharifn f?RO 0. gory ar ?"*?? ?1* iawhry. wVol?ic m< cowl, U Wa? hotbuk B* ATB mvnOk u>J??T tot.**d ? a. "t?"" wrr?nrr f'R W> 1 b pmt r later of TTfrt "? H?UL Raw Taffc. rc mettnlly Hf Hna hla friend t aa.l Ik* pnMtn thai fen ku MM R? m mrnni of 'he ?" '* named * atmer aMahHahamt. Tt hoc amp e an "nmnda'tnna for Iwo hnn.lrad .. nee**, ?nd be* been ?>n lo ftrrl rate ordar aad raf'irnlafced tom ipboat The nreiialtnd adrartagea of Rath 'or * ainnotnr rc*idom.c and f r ?? haUitiK ar? ?o wkdc'jr baown a* no* to r? 1 olr* pcrlal icm Tt at m? InWtl.vB V> make the honoc vtrar Ktc ia rr?rj iwdn.. ru In caabla me 10 co? <a*nd laohjcc UonaMn parfM to tAA mm' f**iidl<"i?. Rath ! ccrca mile* :rm Ht mklia, hyetra f^o ^ T'altnn ferry 10 Brfn coad ? #? lr??? "r'nawo-id for Rath at II A * ?cd 5 P. *T. >i.iod ? *'> -ooramrdatlnaa for horaaa *ad oarrtai"** AMIlard <- M l cap Id alley t norrted with the aaUAuahnaral. 3 W ?ALfc A BARS CHANCB.?FOE BaLE?THR FBCmTOBB A 371)* Bleeekar etrae' iri'uated la the boat butane* pmrt of thi1 etreei Oatiaa for elllnf? the owner bavins other boat. nana to altand to. Book and btatiobkry store roa balr on vary favorable lerme.edmlrably loealed la a itonrlahbur rlty between Albany and Buffalo. Apply to OH A BUM T. HaIHBKIDOB. 47 ?'Uff aired, or u john 111 li. TICK, Bo. 9 Spruce ?treat, M. T. BROADWAT.-FOB RAI.B, T1W LB ARB OF BUILDInf AIR Broadway. eonaUUng of a aplaadld bteamaat, noma good rooma, and an eieellcntatUe lloor; the building Ih partly occupied by the Republican Committee. The Inane for eale obntp. or to let rraaonable to a permanent tenant. Apply to W. TIKNUKRhoff. 7.'< Naaenu atreet. Drug htobrh fob sale?sttuateo ib two or lb? principal thoroughfare* In thl* rlty great barfaina are offered Alan, a partner wantef In a profitable bnaueaa. Inquire of HIBOH ALL A < '<), 793 Broadway, room No. A DBCO KTOBR FOR HAI.R--WKL1, IXXUTRD, AMD Oolug a good buslne..,t splendid npeutog for a drtt rlaB* apothecary. In |ulr?> of Cr. K. B. RICR, (offlneof R. H. Ji hutoa,) t'J Reaver atre.e'nRU'l STORR FOR HAMe-RRTARf.TNHlEO SIT yesr*. in a wall populated. growing locality, entirely !aotan a Iriiiu medical assistance; will be acid on suitable lerma; a good chruoe fur a yimng physician. or druggist. who would pres-rlhe over the rouirer apply at the sUre. /.levt nth venue, sear Forty til th street. rft SAI.R?AH OLO FHTABI.TSHRD DAIOKRRIAR gallery, in the best part of Broadway, with every ap pliance lor all branches cf the art, and now doing a good business Frire low. Apply to 8RKLRY k OaKIIANaTI, photographic chcrujla, K'i Broadway. BIOR FAI.R-A M1I.K ROrjfn, WITII HORSE, WAGON r and -tore, or would trade for a email store; reasons for t-eUlra poor bealtb. Inquire for one week, or until add. oor ner 'bldy third street end Seventh avenue, in the liquor store. Fob RAT.R?a wholrhai.k and kftaii. mqook store, In Ike beet pert of the Fourth ward, neatly OUed tip. and will ha aold cheep, ee the owner la golag to Australia. Inquire at 113 Cherry street. FCR flAI.K- IN .IRRRFT OITT, THK RALOON WHICH Is hnnwn as the W< odrnck, 100 Newark avenue, about half a ir lie from the ferry. In a oeatreJ portion of tie elty. Term* reHernab.i' if spelled for Immediately It la well furttlrhi d wiib ever i thing that is no 'canary connected with a bar and billiard room Ft R PALR-A DRUG HTORR. LOCATRD IN ONR OF Ihe beet borough *.-* * In the city auil doing a good buslc ee*. Address Or ufgiat, ileraid otBoe, for three days. For salr-TH* hto^k and fixtoktr or a neat toy sn-' candy store; will b- sold ' H-sp, be the owner in leaving the city. Apply at 761 Third avenue. FOR HAI.R-AR OLD KBTARLlflllkl) BUTCHER'S aland, doing s good hna<n>'M, with Oituree; n s bustacM part of the cit}; ror sale cber.p Inquirer mer of ninth a*3 ue and Twenty fourth street, from 6 to X FOB P ALU?ABFI.iv It PI O ENGLISH SHADES, WITHIN one hundred and flfty yards of the great 'Jlty Hsll, Brooklyn; the greatest thoroughfare in the eity; aestly litsil up and wed rsiablished; will ue wild very low, sa the proprteto* wishes to retire lo the country. spplvatilbO Washington street, Brooklyn. Frice from $M0 to FPU fAOH HALF.?THE LKAHB OF FIVR TKAR8 OF A SPLRW <na niiwriu) n, ru wrernwirn iwei, corner ?r i<aigsc str< t uhe !?>m bus Are years to run from the lftot May last), togt tber with the stork and flilures, and will be sold Tor cash. Inquire on the premiere I/tOR SALE-TWO BPLERDID MANTEL M IK ROM, X uewlr (lit, highly ornamented, 5 feet nj 3 f> ei 9 inches, well edapira for a fttblorable saloon or barroom; original coet $114. will ?e sold at balf tbrlrrelue foreaeb Apply to GEO. W. I'aKLJIT, 166 Cherry street. irioR 8 a lb--a nmnm noPAnironmHii 1 cf eight years'staadlcg near a large rlty market. wltn a yeat deal of eustom, mostly In hotels and botroiag booses. This p'sce will be eold wl'b or without the stunk Th owner hse made m Utile fortase and retires from buslnene Ifxpitre of HKNH>N A HAbMtY, 113 Kliststreet, near arcane A. t7m)r fi> i.r CHEAP?Til* LAPAROE SALOON, BAR. X *nd title and pis ol gallery, having the most beautiful opening targets In the world, will be almost givei away, as the owner hats l i leave the rlty. Apply to Y. 8. VallOliAN, 679 Broadway, basement; call and judge for yourselves. For rale cbpap-a liouor ar he. m out? op the best sternls la the Poor's w . g > ?1 budnets at preaent; the reason for ? , on. .u?t '.no owner >s going lo Australia to his broth :r. lu.| Ore at 101 James street, la store. For sale?TnB stock, pixTrRiu. oood will A<- . of a I'Tg established s'ove and tin ware slore tnuns of the nrv aernues In the rlty To a man understanding the business tills Is achan'e se'dom met with, ss the owasr Is giving p bustsrm. OsH sod see st 300 / rstsvenus. Grocery por sale?or a promibent corner sad bns'nrs* thoiOugbfare; eholoo sunk, favorable Irene, well established, first rale cash trade, well ttlrd up, sad a moat detlrsble chance BIOOH A BOOTH WICK. 61 Bsscvi street. GROOEBTSTORE POR SALE?AB OLD ESTABLISHED grocery, now doing a good bnslnesa. la one sf the beet locations In this city; a good opportuui.y to commence busier as oa a email capital. Apply at 18 Carmine st. NOTICE.-* GERM A* GENTLEMAN ABOTTT I.EAVtr.g for Germany, effrrs st h saoiitlse st private tale for a few days, all his elegant furniture paladnga. Ac including three bestitlfnl parlor soNa. witnaoiM rosewood frame#. In rich broeatel. silk piosh and b vrcloth, a ane pianoforte, stool and cover; pier Blows marb'a top rtegerra, real re and pl<-r'sides, rosewood bedsteads and beddiagi Rruaaeta ?u-t i-fratb ^rgata, A* apply at the hnuao be, 168 Btnth avspue, cae door from Twenty ftrs'. street OEWTNG MACHINES FOR BALE AT LESS TMAB OBE 7 hum Pi f lha* hiifp rihiiAlif jghftil an/1 miibiis mm w<ww4 mm any lu tho ally h y THOF r*"<)N i CO, No JOJ Duam.i urarl, aornar ot Ann up n?J'? room* ton > and \ 1W1 ?dy*ri;> d on now and > <. or.d band muhinaa, nod all klrdn ut vrchmdlM. rll'OllK nkA'JIRM *?0 BOTf!|| ?'!.- r * At.*, ibo hi Fbup, aaiiatga machine, hot'org. omoAmhot:??, ?nd nil tho r*?t of lldiirM balo-irlng to mqiptflt ??'*hlt?hmani on tha bcgt ?r?nno In thin city anplyto N o I ruiAKHTj A BJPHOF, 17(1 i.'batnam atroat, onm No 4 TO HOTRL KftCPKRH AMD HTHM4.-TO UN DTg. ro??d of 'ho tinrtplr-d U rtn rf the lan?" uf a bowl, making up *t*?T fada, rltgtbly (ilualAd and Join* a food bu'n'aa'n o flourlahing WwUrnriif. for (arm* and par t'enlara addrrna P. M , aa?? at Marnct A Waber. m lawtfi, Ho r> nttJQOlRTR-A FIRST CLAIS ORITO NT'lRK FOR ?*la (Mod up In rifiraiit al/la. and local -<1 on oaa of Ua boat ihoruigkfaraa In Ifcc njty l'rl? lliiu, but fmly worth r.omi Apply to WH. H. I f NRI.NT, No [iOotld'aN. TO HFrfMHTN-TO 1* "INrONFO OF. A OKNOTWR ra?all*ritof>analnf bnatvaoa now f otfig on *ix*(l*nt trad* and . ?( abla nf groni ax anaton Apply lo F. (J al.lt. DrugKioto' ) t'tor. 4n >. oak man airwat. r first claw rtrnr orockrn -tttk p*opatotor# nl a who'aaali jobbing Honor hoono, with 0 rooprrlab.c claaa of rit? Ami country Cuauintrrn, wnubt Mkc to airhaoga 'hair , lock and trail ftw tba otcict and irada of M tiratrlaao family grocery In a good 1. niton, with a atoak of $1 ton or ft inu A noia addraaaad to I'bnrlaa. box 147 MarnUI "(Tiro, with full pniileu art, location, Ao , wtll moot wtt* prompt nllantlo*. KCOlt WILL FTJRf'HARB Til* HTO'JK AND FIX?J)? 7* l\' turao of a dr?' clan bar. billiard and dining ulom, oti ooa of the grratant tboroirhfnrra down town. WMag an ?laeUeni biiHcoon T. UAffMMf, Mo IttOanira atroat. <kX.iU\ TO id,000?H''RK INVMTMFRT-ART PIRipiftnr an making u in rant a largo or amaH amount In a light and highly Insratiaa bnalnmo. paying S?t oar awnt, can haar of ? rood opportnn'.ty by applying lo D. X. HUUTflWICK. 41 rhnmbert street. &7nn-ro* MLR, A rirjn CLAM IVTWLU P 4 v", ?*noa oflw. ovaa nlaa i'-ati mMiHvI#!. la mm airallaat rh?.B"" u> mmkm m w/. For further laf'.i rualloa wilfilWMiih avania. naar Twaniy annoad MIMl, flnn DA.I loi. r. M.. lot thrar day a. &i n/lTk -r?* "A, r Tn* lrark, ?Tocr* *m? I J. Armraaof >? if tba b?at aorn?r U<| kit ouwaa on firm annua, dnlBf a good ni?h btatnaaa. ?o<1 will ba aoM at % barfala. Apply ?o T. HAfHOT, la. 10 "antra atraat. fcl OAfl MLR TTI? LRAHB, STOCK A WD I. il't't, flituraa of ona of ?ha I.aat aoraar r* rtar hr'iaavio ibta alt jr. aai on Ike /raaiaat itoroachfara. worth <lonb1a tba anoajr. T. UaFFHkY, Ho 10 ('oaira atraat. *<) CH/t -ro?T**JI'?LH? AJ*P LPHfll ROOK IK Vk<nUvi ihr Flrat ward ? for ?ala, Urn aoa;*. Artaraa aal laaaa if a :rat rlaaa portwrhoaaa, Um* aatahlukod. aad in an "aef'' oj.aratht* Rttt aa'.tafartloa jrivm A opt* la Ralltfl aSLTA bishop, its f'batbaa atraat. room do 4. <k*J GIMI -COAL T*HP ro* HAIJL rTJU?TfP*. aiabv't. aharta. Ul~> atabla haraao. aaoa, all ''mp>a, ikilac a good. pro?psro?a buatnaae, (arorabla laaaa. w?Il eawBakai, an'* i-fallaat lonattoo. A good than-A IllOtiS A POfTHWX'K. M taaiatraat. d?J [\l\l\ -RAKRRT r??H HAI.lt tfntrtr DPS RABLf T t\J. loeatad Id yaara ratabliabad. baklag rift/ bar ir adat'v four raara' i?w low raa' all nraiplaia, la fall, . uraaal paranon aa.l Arat rlaaa riatoaaro BI'IOS ' rr .VI -1 v V..B 1 -tr PKHtOHAU ~ ~ A| RWrtrTARUI WIPOW Wo* A* WT?H1M HOhg natnvlo;.' bar baby la a liar br.iMiy ft mala rhlM, two waaka oM 'i?aaa aaj on Mr* itorvaj 90 'maby at, la tba raar, tAir-l too'. ______ A| MAHRIAI) LAOT WISHK* TO AOOPT A HRALTHT f aal' Jlbt uuJrr o?a >aar ?l a?a. of I?*''..'.'yRj' bah rr ft rh Math and narcataf AddroM 110 Raa la ait?.'\ Br. tlya. Lour* f'?rbi f, r-<q. ra fit rn*<"TT. ard trorpn? U AW Talker mnmi, si lfoWA.-d ? Muinl. IF MAKOARKT OCRI/OI* WHO l.RFT URR HOWR, 1 ? II;iih *'r?*t. Hir m nJ*T*r day* ago, will return to far hrma all w'li b* fnrynti'n hi bir l?iah*oA. Ft?* dollar# raww.l 10 him mho will tail o( bar wn*?.>ab?iitn. IF MI.F novo. WHO RF'RRTI.T RRRTT>FT? AT 106 ? h??t T?.b' *T?ath?'r*w, wtU *rl bar a.llr*?a to *?. a O , har- I fl??. ? '? will bear of a friend Wial returned f>oaa Rnroa*. IRFORwATTO* WAWt*' or JRFFRRT FAJtRTJf? I arid kl? Anna, a allien at Tuftala. Tirloa eonoiy. Ti,>*?rery, If '* "*- When lent beard of resided In Bridgeport, free Any h?for?n?V>r> '*?pecung lb am will ha thank tnl'y r"' ?r<1 by ?h?lr aire*, a ir|jnre'Tannine, 17 Rooeotrl' a?f ?' ff Y Brtdyporl paper* plaaaa mpy I*k'jk*atiok wA*T*r>-~or mart *ttj*rt, bt I Mr. damn. aba wilt ted It v> bar adraoiaa* by anlttag ? ibaabora at iba Raw Y.>rb total. _____ IWFORWAYtOlF WARTRP - OF MART OARVIW, 1FMO a?m??i la R-?w Y wk on board of amp Anro-a, from IJrrr pool, on lb* la* of .fnl?; and wb?a last aean aba ?u '?nrt*? iWail. ilar va. la it-mpaar w".h a mrl by the nam* of Mar* Palrd. la any pro** I lo >*?.. rt' to Albany An? taf net k* r. ? _ (.-in b*r will a* Ifetehftilly r*r.. ?ed b? bar *lM*r Jnae V?n Oja*, Raw Rrncawiek Y .1 . or by wm Jaa.t BCee, MWI T?ath am.or Albany pxpare plaaaa ? pj IIM 1U*n~MH FRROOW WTTO. Of TRF *TH i?P "I Ririmri .ail, ?u > hedmj atore wweer nf Amtlb Flrbtml ?l^b'b *tr??t* Wi 'n??' nrt vowarn 'b? Irmrn of ? and W e'ekwk A M will da* ana-'uVaa la baW advantage by aalWnt at lb, IW Franl atr*a?, Raw Tart. TV'ART*!' -A* ArTiwmAFH OR AM A0TIHI wAFH yf l*a??r < ( Urnrrvl Wa*bla*i<? Addraaa, Jwi h par'ite laraf and prior. B. a. P VS* CO lf* . rOAl . ft tO. FAMILIES bAYlWO 15 FOUR OR FITB trna .ir tipwa- ran Sn?* 'b* > * fjnn.1l-? of nvnra. r?y, rangr 'irnara, A" . " *?n*d ?ad VUmw* f cra ladaraorrr a' >i 19 ?rva, (wm y?H? rom*r Klac and ????*wbdi AY Canal, naar ARra. ant UT Oaaaaawa*. a*ar Raw ftmadway. MATTHBRT CURTOlf.