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t ul? Brothtr1* Wifi H1B PAhTIAL CONKJWHON AN0 A-SiHTION OV i*MOCKNOB ON TUB HALLOWS. [Prom the Koinrsier Uuiun, Jul* 10 J Yesterday at twenty oue minutes past ttiree o'clock P. M., Isaac L. Wood paid the penalty provided by law for hia crimes upon the gallows at Genesoe, . Livingston county. As thiH was the first execution ever witnessed in the county of Livingston, and as an impression is too fast obtaining hereabouts that murderers sh mid be lionized rather than punished, we may be justified in laying before our readers something of a detailed report of the execution. The mariner in which the trial and execution was conducted rellecta credit upon the officers and the people of our sister county, wluj have uo'?ly and nmily vindicated the law of God and man, and in bo doing have committed no act which need shock the sensibilities of the most refined friend of law and order supported by justice, or any one else not so depraved as to sympathize witli crime as well as criminals. The punishment of Wood was not iutlicted in a spirit of revenge, and was attended with none of those riotous and disgraceful proceedings on which the opponents of the death penalty harp ao much. Isaac L. Wood, who murdered his wife, his brother, brother's wife, and sought to murder two innocent children, was brought to the gaLows by the people of Livingston county in an orderly maimer, aud with great solemnity has paid the penalty of his crimes with his life; and the scenes of yesterday no doubt mad* aa impression tor good upon all woo witnessed them, and lite is more secure iu tliat section o: the State. Thinking that the people of Monroe nuy profit by the lesson of their neighbors at the south, we give a report of the execution. Of the trials and conviction of Wood we need not speak in detail, as all our readers are fauiiiiar with what has transpired in the courts. Wood was cou victed ot the mnrder of his brother's widow by poison, at Dansville, nearly three tears since. Previously, his brother had uied and his own wile, all under the symptoms of poison. At the time of the lifst murder there was not sufficient evidence to warrant an arrest, and nothing was done about the affair. Wood sought to sweep from existence a whole family, including two children of his brother, that he might possess their little property, of some of which he had possessed himself by a series of forgeries. He nearly accomplished his purpose?tlie children alone survived?and lied totne West, where be remained in seclusion lor about two years, when? as murder will out?facts were obtained to warrant bis arrest, and he was brought back to answer. He was tried once, and the jury failed to agree ; but a second trial resulted in his conviction. After the sentence was pronounced, to take effect on the 26th of June, an etlort was made to obtain a writ of error on the ground that the crime of forgery was proven on the trial, but Judge Johnson was firm, and refused the application. Governor King granted a respite of two weeks to Wood, and that respite ended yesterday with his life. Or the justice ot tbe sentence, few if any doubted, although Wood persisted in his innocence of crime from first to last; but a partial confession betrayed him, and removed from the minds of all at the last moment what doubts they may have entertained. Wood was a man thirty-six years of age, of small stature, weighing only one hundred and teu pounds. He had a common education, and while a resident of Dansville he was a member of the Metnodist church, and maintained family worship at the time he was destroying the lives of bis victims. At the time of his trial he exhibited symptoms of levity and indifference to nligion, which led many t> suspect his guilt, and which destroyed all confidence in tns sincirity as a professor of .religion. In tunc of trial aud great embarrassment the true Christian finds a consolation in his faith, and d<ies not theu put aside its profession to resume it when all is sunshine and prosperity. When the Judge charged the Jury, and they had retired to deli Urate, Wood returned to the jail with his brother, who proposed to spend a season in prayer. The prisoner declined, saying it was no time to pray then. From that inonieut his brother wavered in his hopes of innocence, and now, we believe, with all his .datives, believes that Wood was a guilty man. We mention this circumstance to j show the character of Wood, and how much his religious pretensions are worth as well as to explain 1 tbe reason why no blood relations attended hiut in his last moments. When Col. Wood, his counsel, communicated to i the prisoner the fact that he need entertain no ' further hope of escape from the dreadlul sentence, i he seems to have set himself about the double pur- i pose of putting on a show of Christiau fortitude aud making people believe that he was a persecuted and innoce.it man. He was advised by his counsel to call spiritual ad risers, and he intimated his willing nem to do so. He asked Col. Wood to send him such a cleigyman as he thought would be suitable. Accordingly Rev. Mr. Burcbuiore, rector of the Episcopal church at (leneseo, attended him regularly at the jail, and to the lust moment of bis life, allbrded such spiritual consolation and advice as he could. Rev. Mr. Uown. of (leuesco, and Rev. Mr. M uidcville, of Dansville, whose church the prisoner attended while at that place, also called upon hiui Ire ipieuwy, aim wit: luniier ntvcuueu nun in iut* k in >ws. On Tuesday last a sister?Mr* Clark, of Lima ? called npon \*ood. and bade him farewell. Hlie alto left an order with the BhcrifT to deliver the body to an undertaker from Avon, who wan to have it properly interred. The brother of the prisoner, before referred to, reunion in New Jemey, and was at Danoville yenterday. but did not nee the condemned to bid him a final adieu. Mr. liaruard, of Livonia, who married a niece of the primmer, was pre-cut at the execution. He, in common with the rest of the family, regarded liirn aa a guilty mau. Thus deserted by all his relatives, who had reason best to know hut guilt, this wicked man went to his tlnai account. On the evening before the execution, by request. Tiatrict Attorney Hctidee. Slierifl McCurtny, J. Kershncr, Esq.. and two deputies, visited trie It-Inn's room in the jail. He talked of the crime lor which he was condemned, and it was supposed that he waa about to make a confession. It was then tli it he volunteered to say that he kucw that his wile, brother and brother's wife were killed by poison, and that an attempt Was made to kill the children. He also knew who the guilty party was, nut would not reveal the name. He said he waa not the iruilty one. On Thnraday night he waa quite calm, and slept for more than "two hour- sound,> mid iiu.eic,. .1 tinjailor states. He sjient most ot the morning aud the time up to his last moments with the clergy. The gallows had been erected, previous to the re pile. Ill a UUHillllf; "i rmgii noarus nil me ran n>nof and adjoining the jail. which wa* not miitahle lor an execution, Ih ing <<i timl-er. quite email in aire, and biiiK at an early daj. The building erected w.w? about '2o by M M, and idxteen feet Inch. The gal 1 Iowa Iramr wan a poet extending to tlie top of the ] building with a girt and rrom tie. From the Utter 1 a broad plank extended to the ground, and along I thin the fatal weight roee and fell. The weight wan 1 of iron, weighing '240 pound*, and rose and fell live ' and a half feet. The weight, when elevated. w,t? 1 supported by a rod and latch upon the plank, and 1 the latch Hew ont at a bmch of the treadle by the ' foot of the sheriff. A rope ironi the weight rati over j the pnllie* at the top of the gallowa frame, and to It ' the fatal nooae waa adjusted. ao that when the weight fell the man waa lerked about lour feet from the ground, and settled to within two feet again. 1 All the prepantiona wete made by Sheriff Mel artuy 1 and lii* deputies with care and conlnes*. thnt all ' etwwld nana oil iu a eolemuand lieeoining manner. 1 The jail I* situated in a beautiful grove behind the court Imuse. Around the jail were i?o?t< d tin I Canaeeracaa, of Dansville. and the Big Tree \rfil ! lery, of Oeneeeo, doing guard duty. Outaidc the line of eentrie.a a multitude of aix or eight hu id ' MHWihled to get a view of Hie prisoner at he tva? Jed from the jail to the gallows. The people were J quiet, itiul n?> sound ?f revelry or rioting, bolster- ' oneness or mirth, was anywhere heard, before or after the exe? ;i'i .ii. A molt qoiel I l? as- 1 scniMsge the writer of this never witnessed, in doors or <>nt. Hhenff Mr Carta y luid summoned the usual number of witnesses to the execution, and about eighty persons were gathered in the enclosure about the gallows. At seven minutes-to three the deputies 1 and assistants of the She rid formed douiile line Irom the d<*?r of the jail to the acaflbld, and the priaoner came forth supported by a deputy on either side, attended by the Sheriff and clergy. The solemn procession moved in silence to the foot of the gallows. Wood was dressed in a common snlt, green frock coat. dark plaid pantaloons, check vest, i white ahiit without collar or cravat, and wore on 1 his head a black cap. made of ramhrie; and this latter article *m the only thing he wore which might indicate that he was the condemned. Ills atep was quite tirm, he carried liia head erect, and looked upon the gallows frame and paraphernalia of death with a sort of defiant air. Deputy Sheriff Naaii announced that 1?v.i- I* Wood had bnt twenty minutes to live, ami told hiiu that he now had an opportunity to spe?k. Wood, then standing, with a white handkerchief in his hand, proceeded, in a voice at first tremulous, but growing stronger as he went on, to address the spectators. Ills remarks were ofte.i reiterated and repeated, and would not read well if literally reported. We give the substance of what he said, as rattowa: H< re I aw condemned by Die law* of mf country to die, and in a few mom-tit* I shall be g nu?I ahvl pass away from this world of trouble ee l perseentinp to one of h ?pc, of happiness and g'oiy, and this neiwitheiaudlOK, the world nmy call me golltv. Ricseed be Ovd, this wnr I Is not my aolding plaoe. t shall ma be stretched het/n heaven anil raiin, and stand at the judgment e.-st , | Von. *r Hrbdce (Ibelrlct piv- ?), ? . i the,.-1 >yon cannot escape the judgine t. tJIsry to 1 ' 'Pr j idfini-m is Impartial. Jesus t,\ r?t u i.i lgo nt. tnd we ?an tdeeeive birr We na- tb.> wm a ?r. t ,.nn ' Messed be UOd 'tan an u.for.eot man?I vu -r muted, but t shall sroti be ou of tVc re-vh of my j-.'r-ieeot-ira [ am inaoceai f lbeette >;# nf my perte jSoti, fir w: | I am - ?d?ar <- > otai.<. I ka->w t riec.-y * >k wast I | hoj S4> Jg. I bai rvber d.e t ihcusack <i?a.t)i than endors :b? pe-?eeuU>ti that I bsvs for firm wests p*t H <>o?e>' b' <;no ! 10 die m * gen. to mo ! B ?bg?l do tno n.ru ef '?o<l ! Wb?* >n tb? cause of ell ih>s iproiiogui rr? ood knows ; b>e*??(l bn bis b ly asm*. I know i' si it tb u justice. 1 feel it. 1 know tost I sob per scouted by aeb, but men are liable to err. lie knows they bare erreu. rbere may be those who believe me? Here the Sheriff interrupted Wood, and ca'led him to lioten to the reading of the death warr&n". ,).B. Adams, Ksq.,then read in a clear and tirm voice the death warrant, the re-pite, and the letter of the Governor refusing further interference n the matter. Wood listened to all, occasionally wining his face and neck with his handkerchief, and looking up sard toward the gallows frame, and occasionally whispering as if iu prayer. llev Mr. Bovnethen stated that the prisoner had selected the following oassages of Scripture, to lie ?<i.wl U.I., AaaauiAM V... r. In irnu wii nun a.-'iiiu? w mu ivuuu m x imiui oibi, verves 13, 14 and 15:? For I cave brtrd the slander of many; fear wte on every side: wtii.e ihcy look cjoatei together agelast me. tboy devised to Mae a'vsy my life. But 1 trusted is thee O i,or<] I said Thou ar . my Go . Mv nines are ts thyjbabd, deliver me from[the band of mm* esnmirv. and from ibem that persecute inn. Mr. Browne then kneeled for prayer?Wood also kneeling. A fervent and appropriate prayer was then otleied by Mr. B., besee-ching mercy for the P *rtl??u at the Throne of Grace, if innoct hJfcd if guilty, asking that God would onen ins n dMF t this moment to confess his guilt before men. tiiov ne might hone for atonement. Wood exclaimed "Aiuen," olten during the prayer, and when the question ot his guilt was alluded to, his ameu was louder than before. Rev. Mr. Burchmore then read from the Episcopal Book of Coramou Prayer the service appropriate to such an occasion. At >Le conclusion of the prayers Wood went on to speak something in too low a tone to be heard distinctly by all. Just as lie commenced to speak again, Deputy Naeli told him thai ho had but 13 minutes more to live. He said :? 1.0)1, receive my spirit I Blessed be Rod for iho hope I buve IE Clr.bt. [* giaM of *?. er was g.vou h m ] I tt.a'.K '.be T.ord Goo that there is a re gioo to sostsio me ?tne religion of the Bute, of oar Saviour, Jesus Const it >s the only religion to support one in such a time. be Goi ! You may call ae wnat yon pleate? It is no tuaii'-r. Tbero Is sonvvntog In rellgian that can HUproittneiu this hour. I t/UHt in Joaus Christ His bi-.tBea prauntey i have to c itn'ort me -a" those blessed procnisiB I cla m lb?ru * l. I I *>k to n;m to f irgivo all my sins. I am lacoient ?I cave a booo the world knows cot ol?I have the comi ir's o' religion- it saatalus a man, an* g<v:-s mm vo.rethi >g tores', c.pou in this world, and a hope tf immortality ( am about to be changed ; I am go ck to another w jr'd. Biesseo bs ?od DtpuLy Ka-n?You have soven m ou'ei more to live. Wove?I caiiBct express me feelings of my heart I triivt is Jvsus. .'ho va ne G id tout Has been a hh mo a ong time I still trust in. You may take this holy?it is bat a lump of clay-but tne spirit wid ascend to Got, the mpar-.t and juit judge I long to d<*o* t; Uod knows my beait; tie kcoivs ( am lonocrnt You cannotknow it, unite can. that te ad. Deputy Varh? Tnree minutes more to live. ?co<J?l shall soon be got e forever iron my persecuto-s I bid you au farewell?farewell?farewell. Blessed be God! 1 can die any wneie and at any time Rev. Mr. Burchmore asked the prisoner if he felt perfectly reigned and was ready to meet his God. Wood tvplied:? Y?s, I am resigned, act blsMe<1 bo God' Prepare to meet mo >u neaven Taeee *re my dying words. God knows my tLObsooco, and octil g vo me grsse to die, and give me victor* o-er the last enemy? death l/>rd, remember me tbi# tiny I am ready to go. Lard, recolvc me to toy Heir. I know wdat I an sayiDg I am prep trod to meet my God to heaven. I know that I must be punt-to <> accorcii g to the deeds done in the body. Fareirell! liOrd, reseive me. Wood then tnrned to the clergy, the Sheriff, hie deputies and others around, shook hands with th<m and bade tliem farewell. His arms were then pinioned. He exclaimed, "Oh, Lord Jesus, receive my spirit! Oh, Sheriff, you have teeu so kind to me! Let me die as easy as I can'' Deputy Chase adjusted the rope about liU neck, the black cap was drawn over his face, und he took a seat in the chair. His time iiad come, arid just as the drop was abont to tail the trembling culprit grasped the chair, then tried to raise his cap, saying, 'Oh, Sheriff!'' "Oh, Sheriff!" and as be endeavored to look over his left shoulder to the fatal tread?the foot of Sheriff McCartny sprung, at twen. ty-oue minutes pa-1 three, the latch?the drop fell, and with a bound poor Wood sprang four feet into the air, fell heavily to within two feet of the ground, and his sufferings were at au end. He hung heavily and quietly for a few moments, with an occasional convulsion of the body, nnd soon he waedcad. As the drop fell, Mr. liarnard, who married a niece of Wood, and who stood near hiui, shrieked, "Oh, dear!" and that was the only human sound uttered at the solemn moment. The band without, by a signal, played a solemn dirge, and otherwise silence reigned around. In eight minutes the pulse of Wood had ceased to beat, but be was suspended thirty live minutes, when the physicians in attendance pronounced him dead, and the body was taken down, placed in a coffin furnished liy a sister of the culprit, and taken forthwith to West Avon, where it was immediately interred, to be removed at some future time to Vew Jersey. Letter from the Wife of the Foamier of the o^? iin r rcr kbvc Aiivuvativn. Wo published not long -inco a statement regarding the rescue of a young wife. hy her husband, from the nest of free lovers at Berlin Heights, near Handuskv, Ohio. Tho developement* made in the urticle alluded to have called forth the following communication from a heart-broken and suffering 1 wife, who ia the victim of this vile creed, or rather insane delusion. It tells a tale of anguish and sorrow which will aroute at onc? a feeling of pity for the suffering* of a wronged wife and mother, and ?f indignation at the vile tenets which inculcate such practices and style them virtuous. It is from t'ae deserted wife of the founder of the free love institution at Berlin Height*:? Jkkfkrson, Athtabula Co., O., Juno 5, 1*58. I saw an article a lew days since, taken from your paper, giving ail account of the rescue of a young and lovely woman, by her liushind. from the den of infamy at Berlin. I do not know the name of thN lady or her husband, but my earnest prayer to God is, that she mav never be led Into such a temptation again, or fie brought to know the depth of sorrow and degradation which that same In famous creed ha* brought upon me. Ia>t her thank a kind Providence that she is restored to the arms oi a loving and kind hearted husband, and is not at this moment n* I am, a deserted and grief stricken wite and mother, dependent npon my daily latmr for tho scanty pittance which supports* my little ones and keeps starvation from our door. husnand was the founder of the Berlin Free Is'vc Institution. He ha* been a believer In the rree love doctrine for about three year*. A year or more ago he left home, ostensibly upon business, Imt he only roamed around in search or free lore companion* having fonnd a nnm'>er of which, he took them to Ikrlin.and founded the infamous den oflu<t which n<m exist* them. He left mc with three little children to provide for, and nothing to do it with hut my hand*. I have stood for four day* in the week ivcr the wuk tub, bbortaf until my strength hm many a time ffiwen way entirely, for the *ake of a little money with which to feed my children. His rather own* a little house and two acre* of land, on which we lire together. We have managed to keep the family together thn* far, ilthough all the money my husband lias sent me luring hi* absence!* nine dollar*. HI* father i* eighty rears old. and lias hurled hi* wife and *lx children, jfly husband wa* hi* last child on earth, and he ex peeled In him a prop and support in hi* declining rear*, hut he ha* now n.? one hut me to depend upon, lie i* a good old man, and hear* hi* troubles with riirMinn resignation. Six week* ago I wrote to ray lin*l>and to eome home and let me see him ou?w more. He came on the 20th of June, in the morning. and went away the same day. He had not seen me for more than a year then, and ret hi* heart wa* rneased in an leeherg. whieh I tried by everv endear ment to melt, hot, alas, all in rain. He told a story. a* long o* tin- 1 .critical la*, of the par* and elevated life lie was living tliere -bow much of which I believed you can imagine. Hto name in Morrltt \. Hunter. He line been trying to induce hi* father t? sell hi* little place ami come to Merlin to lire, but lie will not do it. When we talked to liiinof the wickedness of the life he wan living, we got nothing from him hut profanity. He never u?ed profane or vulgar language till he became a free lover, and era* alw ay a a g<H?d and kind hintmnd. Tell tU" lady of wdiom you a poke that 1 will be her best friend, ano will nlway* sympathise with her. although we are hnndrcda of mile* apart, and her name i* a *e *ret. aw* hcntu. Pan Fwwwtt's Minsniai.* in a Km it?We learn thrt white Pan Emtnett and hi* Melodcn troupe of thia city were performing at Minnea|?oli*. Minn., they got into an altercation with some of the Minnesota lnmlietmen, who tried to force their way in without paying the customary fee. On Thursday evening a crowd of one hundred and fifty men rams about nine o'ilock to the lull, and after hanging around outride * cue half an hour, attempted to take poser Minn of the stairway and force an entrance. The door* were qnickly and quietly barricaded. The confusion Itocamc somewhat general among the andience. and stick* and club* were aeenred by a portion "f those inside, who then took a stand at the door. The doors were pushed against by the mwdy inmliermen. and guarded on the Inside by some half a down resolute men, with clnha, some of Whom had left their ladie* to protect the hall. Pan Rmmrtt. Frank Lombard, Ma* Irwin and j Johnny Hitter, came to the rescue and pitched in. Pan whaled three of 'hem. end the !a*t th.H w.?? oe? i of Frank, he wis "patting in hi* left" on "the nob'' ot arttlwut *i\ f<>"t lumberman, in a a'yle whb h Wi eld ho *e delighted Sheridan i'?d astonish ed the Pefem'i w,?rd. The mo' dnailj give ip the a'len pt. dtlie pmioi a tn-e v cnt ?>u uninterrupted,? aA iHKrut, Jittg i NEW YORK HERALD, r Yankee Doodlb.? The following letter has been received by a gentleman of this city from our accomplished Secretary of Legation at Madrid :? Madrid, June 3,18.58. My Diak Sik?The tune "Yankee Doodle," from tbe tirst of my showing it here, has been acknowledged by persons acquainted with music 'o bear a strong resemblance to the popular airs of Biscay; and yes'.eiday a professor froin the North recognized it as being much like the aucieut sword dance played on solemn occasions by the people of San Sebastian. He says the tune varies in those provinces, and proposes, in a couple of months, to give me the changes as they are to be found in their dillerent towns, that the matter may be judged of and fairly understood. Our national air certainly has its origin in the music of the free Pyrenees; the tirst strains are identically those of the heroic I tamo, Exparta, as it was played to me, of brave old Biscay. Very truly, yours. Bcckinuiiam Smith. ramonal. 4 lma.-pdsask fokwahu mk youk address A Again on acaouqI of a (light mlilahe occurring l*?t wee*. H. K. 'B1RTKT KkOWBIl?CORE I>OW\ TO THR STORK V it is iTncsdayl a Her noon at 4 o'clock, or. If unable 10 come, write, stating time and place for Wednesday. caUROH OATUBD4Y H1THINHT., V M.?WALL STRKKTHTAH* O from Broadway corner of <>rau1 aiie<-., 10 Pearl street c.rn?r oi W?ll addrtsa a line to Unknown, Mrooklvn Poi: olBce, and oblige AMiCOS OCOILAXH.? A FRIKKD OK JOHN RRYCB, LAT1 OF O the ti'tn of John Norrls. hinwe) A F 1-1, l.Unertck, ife Uid, woiiid be g ad to bear from blm Call or send htual dr?s? to A Friend, Carle Jarden, New York. y.iebeu papers please copy. "MOTBunolri. Ff<TcTTBSI0N8 ?THK COmjOOTl'ShTK LMB >aT WASHli iNtiroN Capi. Ttoi,. Joret and bargei JBKFKR80T and Its.LTlWOKr., Ir. thorough order, ran lie chartered for summer excursion* on reasonable terms Also, a ams'l tug, I'h barge, ut a reduced price. Apply to A. VaN WINg i.K, 205 West street. Excursion /OR THK Fnmva B AN?k.?TQB steamer OHIO. CspUln K A. Ferguson. will make regul.tr excursions to the Fubing Banks on M >udav. the lltn, Wroneeoay. 14'h, Thursday. Iftlh, and Fri-iav llthut'July. Leavlcg am?* street al7!4 Spring street, at 7>i Peck ehp at S'.j, Pier 4 North river at 9 o'clock, A. M Oapta'n Richard Yates will acjumpany the boat. A cotillon oaul. 11 ill. Ashing tackle rerre-hraenle, onboard. Fare oach way SeM* N. ii ? rnts toiattocharte.r u> pisilssjaeksoli mi tltary roTsotnles, societies, Ac , when not advertised for ike Flihlng oanas. FtOS THK K18HINO BANKS ? ATKAMR4 NEW flAViJN, Cspt. Arderron erery !ay Saturdays excepted, lewvlng Cbsmb*-is street 7:'V); Amos Btr?u.'., 7143; Spring street 8; P?ok ?d'p 8:15; p er 4, at 9 o'clock tJotl mu-uo on b )?r l; also tlrhmg tack le. ball and refi eshments. Steals at all ho'trs, on the European plan. THK FIRST ANNUAL, COTILLON AND PlO-XtO RX ctirslon of tfce independence Hussara. Troop I, Thtr<l r?g-w<-rt. N. T S. If . on There-lay, July 22 up tie -Lu-iam flier to Dobhs ferry, landing at Bergen's dock ?The splendid stetmer WASHINGTON and double deoked barges HaLfl IIOKK ana JH#FKaeON are engaged, and Mr Btegeo. of the brewery at i obbs ferry, bat kindly conaentel to allow the use of Ida mtgnillceni grounds tor the occasion \Yie g nil's t olilon Ban 1 will be attendance Tbe committee I'dge tbcir selves that vhey will spare, no expense to render this one o' the mos1 delightful excursions of the season. Tickets tor *61 oc taalcn one dollar, admitting a gentleman and two ladles, citn be bad of the following konmlttee. or of any mealier of the troop and on the Mftt on the morning of the icurston-CapL 6k Bencken, Jr. 191 Ituane street; exCapt. Welyen, Canal aad allxabeth street*; Lieut II Kasae bart,6.> Forsyth atrre-; Llent. a. fodtebei-g Canal and Holt a-ree ?; Srrgt. W. H Gerties Seventh avenue and Twentsseventh street; J. Iitbung. Harrison and West atreeta; C. < 1 roar 142 Bowery. Ibe a earner will atop at llroome street Raat river, at 7 a M ; South Fourth street. Wtlllamsonrg, 7' Feck sup ?.t i t, Frsnklln sireel. North river, at 4; am* sirret. at HJi sn<1 Twenty sivth street atho'clock A. M. rte turn ing, win a'op at Twenty atx.h street, Franklin street, an l pier No. 4 North river. Ketreahmenia will be furnished on TV-ILIIAM H WRBB. CAPTAIN HAZZARD.-THR TV stove ajlecdtd steamer will leave pter No 4 North rivsr. Tbmaday, July 16, at barf past six A. M., for the Cholera banks. __________ YI7ILLTAM H. WHIIB, ('ATTAIN HAZARD. ? THK ?T abore splendid a'earner will i?ave Pier So. 4, Worth river, on I hursd-.y m irclng, July is, Mid, at half put six o'clo-k a. M for be Purpose of lowing several boats to tbe Cholera Hanks, oil' Plra 'eland THE mLITAWY. A TA MKltTINi OP TUB RICHMOND GRAYS. HUM) l\. at lav Matket Hall, Richmond. on "'inlay evening, Juir 9 the frllt wing rraolitiioBa were adopted and ordered to he pubi tbed, and a copy forwarded to tbe Colonel of tbe Mevenlh regtmeni:? 1 Keso'ved. That tbe reject visit of tbe RevaHh regiment (National Guard; of Near York to our city lit* affordi"l ocr t alon ot infinite gratification to thta company. and loaptred Increased regard for ihem ae men and brethren In arms, and unbounded ac miration for tbetr skill and inimitable excel lenee as ij'dlers 2 Resolved, That our Intemonrse with this regiment h ta so endeared them to us. and so Impressed us Willi a setae of ibe eordlal fellowship which they would cultivate and cherish be tween a'l parte ?nd sections of tbia beloved country ih?t our hearts follow them In fond remembrance, and will ever cherish tbe recollerllou ol their v sit to Utah mood. 3 Readied. That we have beard with d-vp and sincere regret of tbe red bereavement which baa overtaken the regl m?nt since its depart:!* from cnr cl jr, In thedet'h.ny drowning, of one of Its be'oved members whose nam" hie been revealed to us as Isturens Hamilton; an lthtt werordially approve of Ibe deputall'in of tea m. n made from this rnmtin). to coustltn'e a portion of lb* eee <rt of honor to the remains of tbe deceased to the city ot New York 4 Mesol ml. The In ibis affliction we tender the condolence of honsat soldier bearta Optaln W. M. ELLIOTT, Presillng. Iden'enaat L. J. Bossitix, Acting baere-ary. ajjAmna A MANUAL OP THB GAMR OP RILLIABIM, CON tabling she standard rulae of the different games with over one hundred iU'istratinna, and the ac.enee of toe game simply eoplained, tient free by mall on receipt of fi. Ml'.'H AhL THKuaN. 73ti llroadway. BILLIARDS-WE WOULD AG AIR GI VE NUTICR that the only billiard Ublea and snshl.ine manufar'.uwd under Chelan's patents are male and so d oy us only, epurtous tmltattona ar e la the market, bet like ail other rountaffails, tkey are made of tee rheaoeet and worst materials O'OONNKR A COLLRNDka. S3 Ann street, H. T. Billiard taRt.iupoR rai.k?nix modern ruilt bb lard tables for sale, a bargain, in good nnid'ion, with rftnlsHe cues, balls. Ac Inquire ai Messrs WMfKaIJ.'K corner of Oliver an 1 Hontb s rre's N f WANTKP?TWO RRCCNO HAlfP BfLUARR TABLK8: must ba pcrfaet, ml not boon long In uw>. C%11 ?! (i n hi : v - .t iv . ? h , n->?.i af mad r*. 1*r Avrrr-Twci rni ' '.a^ i , i wu> TABI.EA. f ? Apply nt Hhvlaa II Mai. ."Vi Mown uraat TACHTIWO. Damp kirrt to orai-h thornr-i will mail th< |ii.aid Kirbv aga1 .a*. ibe Gmw Hr>m?, l"in R<A rr'a JalAnd arnnod B.ufta Point Duojr nn<l b<ck. on Monday, July 36, for t&u. lHO?. I.KaIIaB. For raln-a rail boat. m pert lono, 10 trkt wida all natbaiwd. m'yttUg In |Mdotiar, both br R.?b A UTion; will an a war lor racing u wall ? for crouton purtaM Laa acoaa.?rW>la cabin r. a. VOCEO, I HI front Mm*. TUMTDM, Bark B?a matiii this pat?at ran boat ioi.ah conrrMn *t H iliac'a ' >'ni wph th* Pr.jaaing Ha Iana4, loaaaa Kulicn niatbat dip. 6 30. 7 8" nod in A. M I. t and <> P. M . earn laa- a Kln-hlng ih ?ama honra. oonnar'.iug ?' I! ml r'o Point with tba IOi.au lor m?m Tor 1 GtNH ABll 1PORT1RO RyCIPMRKlH t MOM AH B. KtA*IOP. no. 41 Marrar atraot, Will irll br ramll. at wholaanla orliaa gagllab and Trac-h atnb nrd twwt. and (nlaalanlrdnatrol fowling gnna. powdor lluka. parcuwl'n crpa. Ac Ac. bpor tauten wtti do Well to loo* at ihia a oca bafora por-baatag. WARTRP-A" TOP NO MOCKING IHRP. A Vj lO ir.ger and brnilby. Addraaa. with viallUan, P. w. J., Herald olBre. cwmnwo M. Tnt ui abtitt or oKftri.RBAR h i.R'f orr At elothing wanted for thr etlr and Waetarn ma beta, for wbleh df'y par can' mora than thai* nip w*d raln? will ba paid by calling nl Ibn a ora or addraaatnr fb .naa u. <' >ar>7, a; Centra atraeC rlART Oir CLOTHING-Rft dOd WORTH / flftr par eant nrnrr than l? glean hyo HT* a n ' ? obtaiaod for larga or amall Iota by applying po'wnnll/ or throngh pont to JaMKM MoRORoY, No. 4*1 Paarl atrcot, aar Chatham I \ I' I Kb A M? 'i k.< 11 .KM AN 11 \ IN', a > t < ' T Off Li roih'nf. eeenn tbaad fitrnttnre. Ac , to dl?(>w of will rnrel'? 'be fair ealaa In (a*h oy arml m i>> or aldr-ar'.nt n. MIN IX, h*t ber-nih imi ir, brtw.enTwen"r arraaib an.1 Twenty eljbth airei la rime arts. WW. HAM. 1 HOW W? PROA1WAT, TTAVR JUHF recelrr.1 fi?m fba Lonlon Kterearopti t'^npxny a nr> and ap endtd roliertl.oi of etew* Oall and wr tliom IE6AM \WI> TOBACCO. Am tin* < ?*** vahirtt or Havana, PiKWin and Herman ?w?Hm nan ba found ? iif riUhHnrnm rt rety It w p loea. foil ?e?en oer cent below tun inartel. I'tkh adrantra mulo to an/ annual. o i'llKBIT*, 17 rmadwuy Skoara. INAII.- ino.r<ni ITKHTaIMA-Voi iTi.r to paj adearee* I waot to ?lnar 'bftn ouira-r cb??p. ?l ip*rin?o $9 per ihviaand la. iim ri(af<? at fi ' par bin or fl I per tb..ii?ap,t I bla la a rtaanoe aeldn-n oil red orllillRAL JaJvIBH. * ; Brtadway. tUlHlWHIlAli. A I nr*TT.lMAW, O'- TO'TTtCW ANWMR'NA WIRTTtA in made the ar.|iian. aacw of a ton of lady or witow, imtUflr a.luated, ? nb a ilrf to raa r'.niay, A.lJrene Iy>ol una, Nmailwat Pi'al odl-r. N. f AmSTGRWTl.KMAW ill aROTT TlllATf n\ rl IN lit at re us <1 forming I'm ar>|t.%tntnno? of an arv impllaied jonn$ lady er widow wboee aoetety b? can asjor, # tb thi n iti ma;nidoi?t. anarm a. ?#., oox if j n*r?*i 0#IC* A RTmnAL TRRTH INARRTRn AT THR WftvT pooathlo p?? ! am aHrrc. *; m pM. I?. <vmUnioui (am* op plpltpp, Mb TeotA o?w*?ia<f without palp i?r RAHf,lcr?>tf, SIIOmaI atrMt, near I'rwr, <m? block woatof Mnadwar, DRKTtKTRT ?TRWTH KXTRAOTRD IK TM wtthont Um allele* pala, bT mj nam and or1*tn?l fro> nop-pot frrailne Thm admirable ?rau?i la praHoal by omlr Rcfarrpnoa alram If rrqnlrwd l?R * o. ntjA<Iff!tarkMMia*wl.M*rW?naM? RI1I.ROAIHI. okrjhivby A? IA RA'i.ROAO. X lb* *i cal central r na ? <? ibe Wept. Tine al Inaat u abort ?n<t ra'ea of far* ?ml m?nbt at low < All tlmca ?t by ana oO:*'r '>'a. Yc?r ca<*w;e ticket* or v>cont*act for fr-'Aht front low York to ?pj pntni In tbe entire # *, epll at ikr cont oaj toftior, N3 I AAtor Hoov. ! ? ? York 1. I,. *.T .! ! f ? if ? T?M. R?tr tor*, J >?e I*. '?*? . .* a * ** > \ / % rUESDAY, JULY 13, 1858. *pecim, wnrgg. PBOFOBAL8 KOR ?3U0 m '"KNTkaL PARC IWVRO'B. ment Pond htoek.?eealel eropusnla will t*.. received at ue Oompuol'cr s oUtre JIo. & 11 C I of He- .uds, until .M July 16, 18b'1, l? Jo ,100k P. M , when the name will |)t9 pubcly apentd for whole oiw.oui of the amount of three I undrrd thousand dollars or The Central puk im prove ent Fund Rtoek of the City of New York," eu'.hirtr-l by aetof the legislature of the NiMo entitled'm ?? 'or (be ttla'ton and government of 'he Central Park In the city of ? w York." paeeed April 17. IW, and by an ordinance of the ' 11 mon (Jounill, approved by the Mayor Novnmher ?, * ,; an' by a further ordinance of the ('omiuon Council approved by i e Mayor J one 24, 1868 lit sal' Mock will corneal of three thousand sha'ea of one Am n ed dollar* each abare, bes'ln* in'ereat a'. U>e rule of an per c* at par annum, payable uuarter yeiriy, and the prlncl otli i m redeemable on the first day of Angtiat 1837 > a, proposals will atate the number of ruares *ud the price per bare. Ihe rtook to be la-med aa follow*: $.*1(10(1 within Ibre daya after the wveptanoe of the tiropoaai* and the bal anee In monthly installments of 160,000 each until the whole um la iaaued. The peraoba vrhoee proposals are aeeepted will be required to depi alt with tie <'hamberlatn of the i.lty the aula awarded and covered by the bid. and on presenting the receipt of the Chamberlain to the Comptroller, will be entitled to receive a ckpilieate for ihe par value of the number of shares, carrying interval from the date of the deposit. Kach proportion ibould be sealed rip and endorsed "Pro pass) fdr tlx per cent Central Vara Improvement fund Stock." and the propoti'lon may thru be put up la a second ruvriopr, sesir.u a*u uir>'ov?a a.. \j. r lagg, wnuiuwior, ov 6, Hull at Records, Ntf lore." The right Is re nerved on the part of the Comptroller to re ject ?ny or all of the ' Ida U ooamdersd necessary to protect or promote the Interest* of the city. A. C. FLAQO. Oomptro'ler, Department of Finance, Comptroller's office, Mew Fork. J une 24, IMS. UPK'IVL NOTlt'S-NRW YORK LIQUOR DRALYRS' 0 tlr.clety ?The regular monthly meeting of this society will he hehl at the Metropolitan Rooms, Hester street, on Tuesday t'SDioy, the 13 b Inst, at 8o'clock Apnnotuslat endsnce <s requested, as da si astton will be taken on seatlon 3 of our by laws. By order. GU'bT.vVUd a. RaTZ, Recording Secretary.. ~ LOOT kBP WH'IIP. DOO LOST ON TFIS 8TH-15 RliWy.RD -LOST. FROM 236 Ninth street, a small btsck and tan terrier slut; asnwersiotnr its me of Fanny; ears cut square and bally; had on a collar marked Kurneo The rollar may barn slipped off in running. Wbonier wilt rsturu b-r shall receive the aoyve reward and the thanks of the owner FOUND-ON THURSDAY, JULY 8. A SMALL SUM OK money, whi-h ihe owner, when oroved, can receive at ft West Forty fourth street, from 6 to 8 o'clock 1'. M , by pay tog for this advei tlsemen.. FOUND.-FHIDAY, 281'II MAY, A PORTS MONNAIK containing money snd one or two oth-r articles *hl-h 'ke owner ptn have by proving property, in a note add-essed Id boa No. 2i8, Post office, and paying tor advertisement LOOT-A 8ILVKR MUQ, ON WHI IH WaH KNJRAVBD "Olvrn to Manuel S. I.atorre " in a Seventh arenue wage. A liberal reward wttl be paid y leav ng it to R. La tcre'sstore 187 I'earl street, corner of Cedar. 1 OST?A BANK BOOK, NO 188,(139 ON TUB CHAM 1J hers street t avlngs Bank. In llleenter stieet; 'he tinder will please return it to tut: owner, Mary Kaefe,\l Morton street or to the bank. Lost?on tub stf inoTant (ri ppojkd to iib taken by m(sake) from the t'uuxrd bteamshlp Company wharf, Jersey Oily, a buort < containing two overcoats, e otli tap sun (ravelling <ur Whoever will reiu-n It to tb how sr4 Hotel, nornrr Broadway and Maiden Lane, will be lib eraliy rewarded. LOST-JULY 12 IN tiOINO OVKRTHK SOUTH KkKR7. a black pocket book, tontalntng some bil s ano papers of so use lo any one exjepltne owner; snd a aote n favor of Tboa,HsFave k Co , dated July ft, 18&8, at three months, for Kit S)7, up .n wsich i ayment is MSftSl a 1 pui >ns srecsuttoned against negotiating mid note. Any tnewno will return the same to 2.4 Court s-rcet, Brook yn, will re csive a rtwaid and the thanks of the owner . L03T-FIRKM AN 8 RADflK NO 2 699 TIK FIVDIR will confer a favor by leaving the same at (be Chief s office, No. 21 Rlizabeth street LOHT-ON MONDAY, 12TH INSTANT, AT 9 O'CI/OCK A.M. a green aud yellow canary rlrd, from No 89 St. Mark's place anyone boding and returning the same to No. 89 St Mark's place will be lloerally rewarded Iovt-a rxbs book, no. 12 his, from institotion J of Mercbnnia' llh-rka and MMI) 616 Broadway. The firder will pleaac leave it at the back. RJEWARD9. ~ RKWARD.?liOST, ON WEDNESDAY. JCNR SO, <PO lion 74 Macdaugal etreet, aam til H.nobulm noanlel, n.Kfked black and tan, and lame In one of hu hind lega. Whtovtr wl 1 bring htm m above will get the reward. d?r reward-strayed or stolen. from the JP'J nelgbnorhood of hlrty fifth rreet June*' Wood, on Hun cm morning, .i u|? lu, a a?all yellow t. rri-r alut; abort hair, irrjtmooh. aorwe a to ibe tame of Kan; abort tall and cropped eaia Whoever will return h*r to No 2> Kearlaireel wlltrecelve the atove reward and the thanka of the owner P. nil a w. Af REWARD ?LOST ON MONDAY AFTERNOON, A ) black and mu terrier dog, aij or (even apola of hair oil ha back. Apply at lag (ireeneitrtet. JjlA REWARD -LOrT, IN RIDINii FBOtf SKi OND >T I" avenue through Tenth atreei, arriwa :be i 'Try to < Jrci-n MtNtkaaat towarne eatorta, a gn'd wairh inMltta on the back J hi W. The above reward will ha paid to the Under by leaving It at fit Exchange place. till REWARD.?TORT. ON BOARD THE HOBOKEN tP'V ferry boat on Sunday. July II. a heavy ro.d caae, contwulitg a pair of gil' spee'tclo* The eta* wu mark td titceial Vtui 1 he above reward will r>e oald vt any peraim leaving the tame at 14V Weal Fourteenth an tel. REWARD-L03T, ON RUNPAY NHi ST. AT TU* ?pl\J hlanctrd lloune. corner Itroadwav and Twedta a rtttwo pock'-i wallet*, i n aming paperaul' value only to lb-owner Tee peraou who hu the s%mn will confer a favor by trending them to boa No 1,201 Toslodlte J. R. OARPKXTIKB. dsnnn reward wild b* paid for a poikkt TwU" book and conteule. belosgieg to the la'e Jot ?I, l,tt?er, of Brooklyn, loet on :V1 of Mty la?t; <>r IbAI for any inmraieiioii concerning me earoe. per '-raer >11 meo. niton, dice oil be Independent 21 Heekraau etreat. WATTI1KB, JBWUiHV, 4gO. (^OLP AND HILVKK WATHHM X TKRT IS>W. 1 ho iaborrl>>er I* celling oil deeerlplloaa of g>.d uit (IItot wetcbrs el I on thou usual price*. LCtlM' nmrn'lled oti.cn, Oold Ei.paten I leeem, I Instead ead on. watrhen, Oold < hroeume'.cra. Wtudn with rich Mfrtrrl I/m^on duplet tiuhM, ohm. T. T. Coo per wtirbn. Oold mafte wetdhen, Jalee Jurg?u?en wetrhe*. Oold opuiec. Independent eeoood watches Oold deteehed levers Hirer English patent levers. fleer detached levem end leSince. Kerry watch mid by h'm in warranted in keen -orreet an. Wet"lirk cleaned end repaired at Iren than the none] prteee. Waiehoa taken in eiehaaae. illO O.ALLKN.lia pone* of wale bee and jr weir j, w kolesaAa and retail, 11 Vail Urtit, Mtooad floor. PKhRI M MI'MO IN TilK LAHKA AND RIVER* OK ihe l ulled Males bought by H. W PLI'M II diamond brnktr, 512 Broadway, New Vck fnfnrnuion aitnr-te I upon application. IMamonds, watches and jawelrjr bought and aok) Money to loan an the aame. PAKTIItfl BKrnVTWd OONIIONKKNTN OK PKARIJA found In anr part of the I.nlted Htaxa can be pa' In r ?u Inrt with a liberal buyer ?> applying to H W PI iivfrt, dramond broker, 612 Broadway, lhamonda bought a old or divaneed upon. Till. UKdATTAe 211 AI.LhNtIR ?THOU AN DA* llaVINO faII.KP T> appear to day an-1 row th? mat-h agreed a poo I hereby dlnnre tun to row the name -ace and aietaaee on Ittnrelav reit. July 15. f >t 5."*i or 6lie? "> b- money la in the handa of Mr Stephen eocene, wb will he all n?enae?ry err*n?? men'a Mr. I'aw or hta tiheda wul p eaaa call on ana a?d arrange the attar. P. LYNt-U. Mom ?r July 16, IMA. ClHal.Lkt :fc-TVIK*OWNeKs tir T1IK Boat l? a " i T> J Kirhy ha?'nr claimed her "> be the winning "oi. at the na'rlir e rn Thoredar July A, in cute ri noe >f an to I dant to the boat I*m'e thorn. I hereby offer to ae'l the Oraee IhorDegalnat vbe oat'd Klrby or any other boat of her laogth (2* feet), the etwe race for $i'4l to fgfXl. I.., jauo, ariRPINA UiROUWT, a wo!*nw?-Tnii oiwrr rou wwn A to know *11 he v n?l? of your p*tt % <! f'ltrtre !'f?. toe Imw'tir gr of -*htrh will a?re ?ou y*r? of ?-m? *a 1 e*r-, ?l*|t :be ? ? " *oai rir??t Tha nipt* ?*? aoarn which will gain tkf atl.aiioor of tk? opposite M. V i-wBonn *OT n?A*nor*m cicf.?in*Tro pt. Madame PKKWITW Ahr tv been ?w. i>1 <t thouanada In Uia ??rt o;h-r altlra, wl-.h rn tr? mui'Vum. Aha faala ronkoant aha kaa no a>|ii<U- Marietta Up our - of fwtnra wife or hueb*n1 alanthatof her rlaltar If yo? Wtph troth (Mm h*r * a*il ?t 11 Ho? ?r/, opp-MlW JtaeUer air Ml. Ladiaa N centa r- at *r in ! UMlHIfTItU ACAnitfiRB or mxiKkRRPiit <. waiti.t *wi aa<*i kTHhwottk. A*. Howrry, R.T , M.". Patina mrrri, Hr-klyn. Inatn. ton e> i>*r*ta, *n l?'.r ? i k iri auttlfip pi pi la, d?y or ererlog. Prom nody TfksnttMii Pro rtdenoa:? OoL M. M. Patae't pl*n of InMrtir'tan in b*?el npon n aratem of prv*ica elm pin in fin anion t. r?c iLortl/ anny to bnMMjnlmd, ?a<l lap >rai il? U^^ariaw a. iCinm or raxMAHiniP a*o i?oock?c A. ??>i Br M<i? ty. ooraar o( Frank'a atrret Tsa ?0"> arrlhar will recwtrr now pnplli dolly tor etaaa irpnratniit Winotion In prpmpnrhi . K ir ni t>ivMM?l -i k'l n;d *ol joung. Lodie* rlara nt aleren o rl >rk. Ul.lVgfc ?. flOI,r*MfT.T BOOK k KPT I NO AO, ?| WAi.KXR XrkttCT ?P. f. rfMTr.>t, author of i?- mi# tintry *'' tdmoi ' ni fher poonUr * n ha giro* I"** ? itr *nt o?- of, in wrttnir and honktrepmg * h?n real learn It W*lker atreoi. whore ronnp gentleman *r? <ri*lltlen tor a iTMMUle p ireiu a In an n , . jm . a ?j<t anpertir maoaor rtaimiu.. f^ovvtoB A!*it iRAnuiB rvtvir^fti or nn V/ tl'n'y nnw atyln an : anterior w irtm .nanm ai wmi o? abllnhe 1 Mmaetoty. Mi Hr ? I ??y. ##*? ? lleiittoa and r.lM'.-krr ?M (Steal fi <> tli nn 1 npwatda ilnli e?ialnll) nark.-O for tt? wnii.'ry. J. B. rUBH.IT E?AMH.IR1? rn\*hKR StTTf* Or nrB)fir(TKK. I* II cjlora and a'.Tlra. wkilrrni# and ra all, a? prient from ft* an.I upa <rd? WAKRfJl Wallli til ''anal a.reai. old Ro. .Vi, lo'ir donra of Broad way. Maw > .rra. Kl'RNlTt'RR >AMi THR RICH HOCaRHObn TDKRI I turr ron a'nrd In :kn realdnnca 110 #nat TweaiyMfim i at . betwenn Huh k and nlntk ivmni, will bn oil-r ad ai iirtTitn ma for threw daya only. Una nie<ant rosewood pianoforte. wild pearl ar ya KORRTTI-RK AT 1'RIVATK RALR-A AMAU. TV a r?mllv nttoni leann* the country, detlrna in duroaa of tfceir furniture wklah la All tlraiaUae, and made by final makers A < rratdernhie redo'Hoa will be and" o? ita Boat. Apply ! bi V> aal Port) lira atreel. aeoooi door weal of Reran*!! Aaaaiiia 'RRIT1 RR, F' RMtTrRR-?l?miR?T Clill PRICF pad fdr houaakoM, idlaa and oth?r fnrnlitra, wai, m'rrora, Ac , alto w"! nlran-e H>?rally on f irn waakan. ritamnnda a?rrk*nOlaa, tnreea, aim- and a1) kind of property to !>a a?M at aurtmn. Apply to 1.1 ;il ARll IRAt.lKRM, M Catharine atreni VfOTIl R.-A ITKRMAM HFRTI.FMa N AKMfi,- , i. > I il for "larmanr -War* al rl a* prtraM a?i*, i . % raw daja, all kit .4*ot fnm > if, it < . Ic 11 n? ikraa heaihfn >v i a. wit* aond r wool frertaa in rirk h-oaaial ? '.'if aaofa- ?' e l oneer; on- r a. -n o r?f eRtre a?d tier ?b.'ca, r- w . I i?- an-la a?l 1 praloMiaii aramn,.? ? do <r from fw?"?.? fttt. j MAXJC9 or KKAL VTtTB. An opportunity kor partir4 wrstoio to n'oee ont stork* of mere hi ndise. eeaernl tn >hm>I djl lar.icssb with several ibmtsaad aire* of ?re*' ra land, (1?? ra h)j loralrd, will be excbsngoi^or a larva ?'>>"? of roods; '* pie dry gooni preferred. Artdreee hxchange," Herald oflea Excnaruk kor (iood0. ii*n() ok othkr |pro pert J.- Tbe rl<h'. for manufaeturtng auiarticle of general use, recured by letter* pa-etiL ean be had on reasonable term* for cob or ?i changed for any kind of mtu-ohandiae T lie art'rle la gnw paying ISO per cent to parlies rngagal in ibe trade Went. 1 hr|exelu*l*e light for Near York, Oonneoil out sua New .Jersey, or portion* of the aain , * 11 ti rl a, oe?rt of Kverv satisfaction an 1 explanation given to uanira sail bit at 4M7 limed way, MOaHllMaN. uK? V A UO.'a plan > lorte wararooms, between the hours of 4 anil 6 CH1RBALB.?A 1UNDSOMK rkmoknok ONSTATBN oi i'*' containing eveuteen acres, with good iiilldio <?, willIbe nu posed of at a bargain, tf applied for taamnlithcy, ss 'be u? nor Is going ui Km rope. Possession onm~dt*el? C J rOMI'MOi*, M Nassau street b^OR raiik OR TO LRT-WITfl imhkdiatk PiHUKS. or " . '"'te itnry siogllah basement brlok ha iae *' seventh street; has Jus' best put In tho i h**l^*I"t?,l?rn Improeenaents Kor oar I s reel or ^ ^ MABfljlKZ A p.HO, 46 Pino For Balk or rxciianok for ^jty property. "Itf ?, *?iIU,Vy, *?*1 *?i Id a ires of doe land, at ?r fiJii Hiidaou rlv*r. large inauaum bou>e k !?i fruit and shade tieea, gmj ojionddieg* an J healthy;easy and cheap aocus; priceV,o^) audIy to .'HaH k tluLuKfl, 19 Nassau street, aec iud door, YTtORfiaUK CHKAP-TWO THt) STOilY A\U BtHIC 1' intuit brick boosee In I leel street, rtrook'yn ten lulu dreil feet from k niton avenue care, and fifteen minutes' milt from be ferries These houses are nr t claw an 1 , i?v?,j m the reiy best manner. Price fd.OOJ; teriui easy, iuoui j on the premises Fior salk?thr nrw duruam hoti.i,, hiroalert on the Uackecsaok plank road. 3)j miles in a tin boken. containing f ?ur acrea of land, house Urge,-h I. 4 ban a buunesa location; it cannot be surpassed. Apply m fee premises. Terms easy. CIOB BAI?B-?A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY^ KBurt,; , IR r within twenty minute's stage ride 'ran iloiuken furry, with stable, we'l sod fruit trees; view magnificent. lerra?purt cut the rr?i oo mortgage. In i ulro in the pr> un.s. a. '' iim.iv*'mm*. oomrro'dKfrlars'reei, WestHobocen, N J Alio, the bo . a anil iota In the rear. ijtOd. KALE OR BXCHA1MX?TWO FO'R l-TORV t bii?k boiiaea in Wevt Ihirty third street. for lola n-nr tke . ciitrul l'trk, or a good laruj near Near Kork froe an I clearof incumbrance Apply to Mr. T. QAFPMRV, No. llJ .'mire street, opposite tbe. Uaii. OTATIiN IbLAND PROPERTY -FOR HALE OB WILt. 0 oc exchBnged lor :ity property, a small place of It aorta, loomed on tbe amboy about one mile from t ot tenvlile; tli re is a large 'wo story biuse, Darn, Ac., on Hie premises; the location ia one of tbe best on ib < island. put sessing grist advantages tor a summer or winter nenrten ?. Apply lo Pr.Tr H Li. UORTal.Yt'U at Rossvil e, n'aten ls:and, or a. JuCRMEaS, Jr , 62 Warren mreei. New fork TO RENT. f.E4 RE, OR FOR SALE-A LARGE ?OBL? Hwtss cottage, with eight lolaot ground attached, roe ground la laid out in a garden, and contains all kinda of fruit; tierc is connected wito tbe p-em'se* a rlae stable, ice house, chicken bouse and ruber outbuildings; rent low Apuly to K. HlhtvM AN, lit Booth street, or on the premises, Van Buren street, between Noatrand and Maroy avenues, East Brooklyn, near Myrtle Aveaue Railroad. *t) 7H(I -TWO OOOD.RKW AND WELL L'JO A TED I' l\J. cottages in Brooklyn, will ba exchanged fo? saleable m- rchandice, and csBh will ba paid (or an aldlUonal amount, if the goods are dealrsjle. Address, early, 0. F rankin, hcrsld office. ftnn -FOR BALK WITHIN TWELVE M1LK4 v lU.UUv. of tlila city (81 acres), a moat spb u. 1M coun liy >eat; extra fine bullrlags.trults and Improvement! easy of access, and tlrstclasa neigboorhood. Farms all prl es W. 11. MRIJCK, ?U7 Broadway. HOUSES, CaKKIAOKS, dBl BAROUI'llK FOR HaLK-A 8IX BEAT BAROUCHE. Wfekcalcxhe tup in lirst rate order, will be sold low Apply si T Waller a carriage manufactory, corner llaory and I'uplar streets, Brooklyn. CAHT horbk WANTED-MUBT be sixteen hands, round and kind. Price not over MM .sua', oe tried one week before huiltg. Bring norse to Pier 16, North river, Troy steam boat office (dAbHIAUKH FOR SAI.E-A NUMBER Of BKUOND J band light wagons, with and without top , on* high djor rrcksway. in line order; two Concord pleasure wagons, one bualnraa fig, wt.bout top, Ac., Ac., at No. bf Kldridge street, near Orand. For bale-a magnificent TRorriNa horbk blaca as a raven, can trot in two forty rim to wagon and ean be driven by fe lady. Price lew. Address J. K, Herald effioe. For balk-a pair op superior uarriaoi horses, 16 hands 3 Inches high, eolor bright fay, bl*ek mane and labs, live and six years old, perl'nrtiy svuud and kind and very showy Also, tbe oslebnted trotting horse 1 rue John, baa ironed his mils In 2 *0 snd can do It again For further particulars apply at the nurnsr of dxUlinau ureal and Flushing avenue, Brooklyn. JOHN NiiaLiH. F'jR RAI.K?A B('t'K4KI.V MARK, YICARII OM>. thoroughly trained; lajy'a or geniletn*a a rod Me hurtr.early IA>4 hand* high, rery kiuO and gentle ut'tnal Adcrrm bog 6,413 Poat offloa. For half?a oray horrm. Homo ahi> kihd; an trot In Ifcrf minute# to the pole Aiao a pair of p tniea IS band* tlgb, faat trerei'er*; go;.I tain I) bi.ae iua wa |on ana barueia. Apk 1> at 162 Veitck at.cat. li'OR H A I.K ?A PAIR OF MORGAN IIOKRKR PUR J; cboaed in Vermont by lha pre*-a .'?ner in M ?y Hiey arc black. tlf'i ?n hand* high, awltrh taila kind aal seat* very nultah.e for a fain I j * ill t>? dlapored of at a reuont blc pril l at the owner baa no <ita for them. Would take i good rnckaway or hrett carriage in part payment Apply b aUKKu PKithMAN. S?6 Broadway |j>OR H.Al.R? 110H8KH, VMM ANII II AHN add, lo. r light family carnage* ruekawari. burgle* ! r M a| wagona buelaea* and etpr?aa Wagon*, thir y hm*ei an .* blr lor aDy purpoee, aad harneaa, tor aale cheap at In *treet, Hr<*)klyn. L>OR hAl.K? A VERY Sl/PKRIOK MARK IJ** MAN! 6 r hill co r r gray, rlgtii >n.ra ". I . n'lrrly r mil birmlah. may ba na*d for *nr pnrpnee: hMbaMMfkl at yle a no action; will Mot In ah-int three mleu'e* aever ra ee.ved training. Owner baring to time to nrr ber, a o trgein la bet* r flared Aoplr for four day* to JOHN r*KK, bard ware dealer .'.46 Hlgbih areaue. FOR RAl.R? A rilRJTNCT RORRKI. HONHK, KDU.NI> aad k>ad. amain bauda high, right rear* old rery alrllab a rail I can drire aim, troll la tide of ihre minute*, with |igh; n.cbaway carriage aad harneaa. nearly new. price t*ia. Apply at 441 Myrtle arenna, Brooklyn For rami- a kr a itikcl. hi.ads havtk ootr, rix rear* jnai in from tbo ci ualry: rery bAadwimr. It hmdahigh ?b ?i figure, eery BWttable for a geoti-ei m a or lady'a raddle borae perfrrllr round and klal?warm lad Prire m?d< rata. * pply to Kil l! a til) W At.rKit6, toi'a'ba rltc atreet T?OR KAI.K-A HRAOTIKI I. HAY M AUK riVR YRARA I I' 'IM n<i|t Mil r*Mjr, hell iwi, rw Km * mli? In Uir?? mlnulea kiu>r a ffW wa-ta Irtkolux Alan, a liandinttie h|>c|i mare an**n yea.a old, ean 'ret a mil" la three anil a In.r mlou'ea: will etand i\ h it lytne Hoili era r?ot-l e>iuii<t rail lied, will mo in ainii.- or aouble baronae ddi I fur want rf uaa by tbe owner. Aleo. wait <n at d l> irnraa I* require 'I. fan be a?>-n at M-l*hai, l Bnrph) ' (table, Koja, tella'rret or at 130 Fearl aireal bet wien II and 1 o duel. fto* Bill?A t'lMK I'LaU Tall, *IIAt HOBBK, ataade alitren bind* tub. warraaied eouoi and uad le rilb>-? alng-e of double b?rneaa. la a lite ? , Id.e b ir? Will be miM ? heap an th.- owner la foiai to r.mope fall at Una, Band WW.- 1 <h elflll FjW)B BAl.B?A BBAl'TIPUl. UBBM AWroWW BOf K A wey *tr<in, ilanl new, welTii (trie. In peMeet am onion, elan a rlldlny teat. (double. 1 hnU'd lop wa?<.n new. and aereraio b-r Uwbl wnauna. win h will be en'd at a eat rllv. aP|lflol ICUaKD MeLTKla. 35 f .thu-'o* at GHilt BALK At IfOROKKW?TWO WILL HATiOHCD r err borate about an t rata old, hare bran uaed both un ear ?adn e aed In We r*rria.?.. In , nr* *1 nr. .f atore, eorter nt Washington and fourth aireete, Huboltn, N. J. HO it KB ASP BCOOV FOR B ALB.?A RB AI TPCI. home, elaht J earn oil, lor el vie. laat and Had. wuhont aiy fault CuperVW built bu((t. with alifUaf top. rerf little need, itrwm'a <ehan|e t?r etefrbaadlra. bold for Waal ?* 11 rrtrr atmal nOB?B?.-NBir YORK TalTBRBlt.tR, BtXTH ATB rone, mrorr of Iblrty ntaib a,reel Tbta day at 12 o . awe. a r?e n'ar eaie at ?ne<tnn n' bnrae., wa/on? barn-eera, abie'e. bel'rre, Ae ,t lao. wltb< 'it reero a gvod road bteee, t. r> wae-m andharneia oooiwneea: tehi mad wagon. Khtl * lei. Ilia male. OAOatvjK CLr.w - 1. . rintir. HOMKn.-itR. m.i.iorr'H i*f?li ini.it avur. for Mt?i * ?. manar. .'r , in lw,r??-A f t a*.a ? IU Ttofri k?fnn> ud il *>r? * ? ?Vi nm? I lam. nOfc'-f.H-PK. Ri.LIOIT'fi IWFaU.IIU.K KMBRuCA U?p, fn? n' Alu rheum t'.laoi alien* heotk* 'bo al*< wa, e c , I* ? d ai 118 Itard ateouo, am ?i Mark ***,.- * k-rtei, W> V>oo b a dtu HaR.w r fur s ai.r, c:ik?p-bkvi iai ris or tn*i* llfk* karnea*, ellrer mutinied. will tie. m-in ??ry neap Appla tor ihr.e daft ml Mo. i Mouoo ai.c.. tier o I lowery, o?*r ika paint irna *SO*a?f tOR" KM ?A OLOMKLT If AT<'TTKT> PAIR '?? XVI blatk b flew re?rw nM, fAat trotn lar? p?'.r o! ' > bfrf ??. a1tt*<n hai: la hi*h all feara n'.l. a'w> a*ewe*| ?ii| ?rlor ?ln*io borara, for Ml* ?wj loo ml Mo. ti Jo ri. u real. >truokl|i. URrOMD IIAMO rARKlA*'Kn ? A 50*11 IR OF > at ? rial'- wl'h kid a lopa. A lOO ?* ?? ml two aeai iop wa*one. wl.k at,''ink web's ma la o | od tale, wairh will ao MVd at r?a?nn?Me prlrea if soph*! fo? ?e.t.Atfly. It A AC rOKI>? A BOB. Ill Kl.Mbtlh (Weal \i'Airr*i> ro rnm?i!iAA?-A FAt? or miu M Atra. Tf - rurut" hi -ara lark i ll?>r 1 -< I all a, a -II ai anw and enodltto* 1??T IM'iM weigh IDtral L<a? PO'i.ldt Mob. Alllreaw BqillM, ll?r?' I Offle? TVr A RTB [>? A M^I'AMR TRoTTK \ MiT UBPF* IHS ff handa tilth awten or el*ht ?e%ra rail oxinl c Ulan i ewdditbk, AP I knie to allow . W im liw I nlun I'mifW A4 (Irene. Ilai.nl ape. dolor, price and ap> r 1. h it IM Mew Vark 11 ~\ WMTID-A PAIR Of BORAS* OR RAP-Rd ROT nrrr eight i??n old. ahnnt fliuwa Aat a bait h*nl? high. 1W> rault (> w?fr??l?l tonal, kind and K 'n> rrilrr*. A lit* nuiigf the lognlruk i>rlc? and d?e-rle't *n adrtieeaeri lo R A Hand*. Hetald n?r? will be aUen.'el '< HOUR ICR, ROOIHR, AC? WAITtKO. Fi.aor, fi,a< ir. ? w a ntfp t pprcbatc, a m oon? btad Oliled itate* Map. nine fee* br twr .re or tbtr f teen, tollable for a b->trl f*\g *.1.treat. ttatKg lo*e?t.Mh prtee And where It can be neet, C P.. bet 111 Herald ?Roa. Straw ROH.FR ARP FPRRA'R WARtKO-WtrpoR with mt ftulne, force pomp, etc., fr ?i on * to four anme f p .war At net he taped# of nnWa't.flt * Vr*~'X; '*f H*> pound a, i All or Aililreee W ' itrmire*, til Broadway WAJATRlt-Tllt rilMT FLOOR W1 Of A (tore In Broadway. bet?-en tV.nlAo.lt nod Re?|? r erwt<rr la Warren >r t bvn cm ? rceta. between Broadway and rhnwh Wree. Addrene ?. ! ' H., Herald adse, ttat1n| location, (4>c and rent. _____ tlTARtRP ARfRRAl. AR IO a It HARD Afi?4tf~|R. ft |lti. e and boiler*, ' *e ber or ??(. irate, to * ?1 o.wi dbton apply to J. H HJahuM aw, 110 broadway Wartrp- T'ir io?rR part or \ noiTdR.~r~iV\ email fanrt* >eo ea'ltrei) >,etu *q Bon-.top and *Ci(h leen'b erect, mt.lt ternnnaac tt lw*?. ? .1 f < >r ? dret* l.lojd A Warren, Mo % t. Onion llail, WHf ?t A I r place and a >?Vh ttreet. t?rA!rT*.? TO RERT-tW OH ? Af -Vi?e. WIX*K ~f)K *' ft?riilAT * ir.e trine fW h nrnt' ' bl- * ... ' A# Meat be near n*? ' ?? A ' ?n but MR Pat 1 * etata* .-nt And fj* .At adaiA 3 WHH1IJ8. AWWLI. fWOWN BROAD?AY RBMTAIJRa MT *0* ale now doing * biatn-wa <v cv-r (h>i par Ikj. for pertianlara ade roas Restaurant, Herald o?m m bakr (IHANCR-rOR B.LE TUK PRl'ITPTORa 271}j Blot ek?r street, altua'ed m '.h>- brat mam--.a i,er*. of th>' rtel Oause 'or selling?'he owner having otnsr idpeas to attend to Will be stud cheap , MKRIiaN AUTOGRAPHS COR BAl.lt, COVUIOT!*'} A ul ZNI allograph Irtteie end elgoaturt-* of Man c:k, AdiUA Jtflneon, Hamilton, .. onroe, Knot Mohan i w ... iron . .i.c.hui it.a*J,?i>o - d o our- , the whole f n * a i* 4 nolle tlor or rero.n'ldiiarv .f< < uw ?. will oe ?o 1 i. rnnmy low t.-r ! * < m b? eeon ? 'bo old ^ortoe-j nop nrj bwi?n ntroet. AIIGIIT DRAUGHT WORKING HUlQIt 0? ABOUT IS lone, for ?ai? or would no <*i ibaoggwfor par' of a forger Vf.-Oirl or for a large e*'l boat M'ldlre of H WY - KOrK, salesman, on tteam.oai alios frier, foot of hobineon MM Arpi.ifnrn chatr rou an knrrgbtic ymtn-j man ?a booi, e'etlonny rod f-ion go-da ro ? for islo bt.i, moatr.t one good avenue above Tw-nty S*s'. street, fmli'aetcry rruo'i irltrn for aelltuf. Par peril-olare a>ldrrae r. a fc , Herald oflloe. nRMO PTORK TOR HALR -A GR*AT BARGAIN.? frtifl's the laat year tZMtO. A la > a partner wanted. -lad wanted e good drug tuirr op town App y lo l?r. BIRDsall a ia?? v'j.i itroaiway, room d. FOR HaI.R-aN OLD RATaBl.fHtHCD HOTOIICi-H 'an.l doing % good huilneae, wita Irturee, In a nialaeee part of the nlty; ror aelo nbeati toou'reo rnor >f Biota eveaue and Twenty fourth air rot, from d lo I Ij'UA ir i I'lflUBM/ nnATJl i?r ins. F Aurora Qold and hllver t'owoany's (took, hypo hecnted. epply to kohl, t* a i on , 74 _>roedwiy, rih 8alb-80hoon?r KARY RM.IN; CaRRIKH MO tons; drWWin? sli feet water. will he i old eb-.no If *dI < lied tor noon Can be seeu at the foot of fui le street, twioklya. IINOYA HAT.Tt-THK LVA81 RTOOK A RTXT?IKS of* anrner liquor itore. Inquire at Mil 3d ave&ue li>OR fUI.R-TBK HtO'.'K AND RIXfilRCd OR A. r wbi)V?ai.! ?nd retail liquor store, oaooe of tbe best cor ners in me r Irs. avenue, to* dginea Rie d Ituin-ss ail will he sod Vw, smh-owne? is go'nit into ?tner bus.uess. Apply ta^T Oaf F.aa'i, 10 I'entre afreet /. OK ?A1 R,-'>*? M'O'IONT OR IM, RBhLTH. t'llt F*TVR , v years' lease and Qi'nrm stun ?? wi'.buti' tne aloefc, of 'ho liquor siore come? of ?aua ar l West itrretii tot further J partlrulsrs?pp.j on the premises. ijfcr ka1p?tor 'toftk a*?0 rixtpbr'tf)* a rir-t v elnst bar billiard and (l'n eg saloon on oue of 'hegreatI eat thoroughfares down to ?n, .loir x an -i- ien o.ia n- es _____ _________ OFfssV ii entree' 1 |j>cir bale?an old *8taitu8?lkd iut and tap F store. Addri as B., box 1.9 flera d oittce. 1 L,(,R BALK?TO Ot/fHP. THR RRTArR OW 141 IfOI.AI i F Mrrnon d? cease. 1, three first rate liquor sty-es-N . Id hleecker street, 5 f> Hot no ?t eei an0 til llu tson a rert, eornrrof .lane, apply to * R. itHDtil, lid Nassau street, or llhAHl MILL*k, :i.n>, bowery. For rai.r-a i.a <1 *r bikr bim.tard and soda wtler raloon, In one of be bear lo-atl n? in 'be cl'r. f.'TO will pur. baa" .h? entire s'oek u..<l lbs rent only |IU per month I tts la a r.ban.'e aeionrn 'llerod and at one half ,ta va ue. the owner having o'ber business apply lor Are-) days at $48 Broadway, near Hleecker street. For bale-thr 6t"i-k, rtx??tim and good will cl be liquor store know . oa tse Mew Rtigl.Bii llrnee. No. ti boue-.veitstreei e-ublub-l over ;j yevr. hree duors from the corner of rhatham au-ret. aa the owner wstaes to lease 'be city inquire on the promisee For pa1.k i'brar-a r"olpr at.n aid rytait, liquor ittr, ne door from a public tbo-ougfcfare, aim llilures, etc , oompitte. Apply at (3 Pearl street For balk chkap-thk lakakoic raloon bar. srd tide auJ pistol gal ery baring'be m " treaudful opening 'argeta In the world ill be a'uiosi gi?en away, two yeura' lease Unit ne soli this week 'lall and | idge for yourselves. T. 8. V AUiiil AN. 479 - road way, basemen. 4j*or ram OWKAP-A DININO. DRTNCINO and P reading salcou. In a go vl nelsbhorh-Ml and a itbagrnd run ol cusioss toe flitures will he soli at valsatiou Saus factory reason* will be given for aehing out. Addrers If. kulgraw, 363 Itowury. For p * i k or f.xoh a n' 1k?h a rdw a rr faofort, 1....- ,.r ...... V... . SI... ,n,l i.nsn. pint buidii( On- wttrr prlvdego. Hum ofaMiiejatit! o? menl, rt'?ne lalbea cupalo an 1 Mower fell a mplee order, Sof eilirr with iwo *. .? o: lar d, a'toate ?t Xli dletown Own., kta koowp * l.*'i 11 'Iroie Work* WUi aeil low or "i rhanm fr r o lmr property. Addrcm Factory, ho* 3 661 New York l"o*l Gfljoe. _______ Grocery AND provision store for BALR? 'i tualeo on the mo*' buaineatpartof Mjrile avenue, Brook Ion. for a eaab trade, inc.udiog lock. Ux'oroo b.irte, w?* >r? nd bair.eaa. A no* doiag ti.SUO year In fre*ii ar?l aim ?. The while will be dl*potel of ? ? btrttio apply to H II KaD, 133 Myrtle avenue, Bro;kl>n. la ifct confectionery lore. Lease. furniture and fixtures for sale.? Th" lrtre dir live year* uaeiptre <l) ot p-emi.ea known a 1C o>l 11 Oliver aimet, New York, together w th .be fur.ilInrr ntil li*lnre? th-reo|, for ? !? Th#*e premium ?'? well calrulate; 'or large boarding hon?e or h-<t-l Inquire at Keaara. WKHTFaI.L'H, corner of Oliver bad booth timet. Patent for sai.e-yrit valuable. oreati.y rooomlrtl tn<l linple In Ita operation and appHcttl-in, nd areatlr advat.Usrrna Large indn-eneau will be made 10 4 pure hater, and 'he uioai liberal lai m? hl'Kio A SOUTH RiOK, HI Maath.i atreet. r BUTCHERS AND OYMTKRMBN ?FOR NaT*, Tim flilurra and trade of a meat oyaler and hah market, oan 1 nl 111* moat detlrah e cornc *tanda in Brook ya Five yea'*' leare, low rent, and a ri re ckaoen. For particulars inquire i at N.i P& <Irange etreet, Brooklyn. The ojod rim., stock and fixtureb, with lb* hM?il''?e id ieaie, ot a well > ?'.*id.ea? i new end > eeeon I hai. l furniture ttore, anth dwelling* la a gi>.ed > i?l I neea Inrailly. wtll he told eaeap lor eaa*i U aprUe d for im eilla t|,n Ibe proprle'nr inlrvda bavin; Ike -I y. Tb? i ahere proarata a w n lie a<?ey to an enlerpMeini* man nnderatand.ng the burnaaa. Apply at Mi highlb avenue, I TO f" \' ITA LISTS - I HF U* DFK*I<;NKD HAVE FOR | rale eiie it the mw Important and raiuable pa* ibat hat erer beea leaded. The Invent! m ran be nad< to yield lire hundred |>er cent on be eap'lel lavetled In It. Re will lake p'eaaure in givn* fn I em ai ata n? to parttet rengijg pn.fl ?M' In re'n en a an I woul tlalt, th* preheat offert an ??-" jjyK>nr>gi?Fi o?, M a>-\n~r -rua ralr thk rto-jr and fixturpn PI I ?) <<f U>e "'I known fruit alnra 1*1 1Mi?f a1 raw'. pkndMla 6?nd np, and d Hn? a food IMI ouala-aa baaing Otaor t -IT? oUcri ? bargain * > Mruu nnnd a?tplJ: a>rt\l\ - BOAHPIN'i HOPSR NOR 94I.C: AINU Rf.R hou*.-, low r?ot, )n:ig -?Uhll?b ?. illi ??1 w?ll firtiWb.d. fnll fpwlo?ilf|l??rt?ri la ? II'at I'ui naigh. bu btwi wjja h m?<n m?bi? g Aii'tnnaa HI'liiH A Mtrrawi K, SI Nwii atrant. OTiw\ -VkT0ini.il i.rv wnoi.n for Mr,* at a Mllll. .* ? !<>* fry !.? K !< % ?, ll'M r.aaa iti rnaa anta, b?it bn lr?aa -wn-r, ?n.l will nail U?a grtc-r/ doing a good caah bn?lB*M It, If , ? MIi. i in A Ho lilu Will A. HA Naaaa . atrnat <J>u7w? - MOO FTORR FOR "ALU ON A I TS NR*d Jp t;U. tbotnugbUra hatd? rn?.'? fl'lad ip. 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