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?WriAIIP'g BBEMAll BITTER 8.
Entirely vegetable. mo alcoholic pre paration. A PURR TON TO MRDICIWB. A PUKE TONIC MEDICINE. A PC HE TONIC MEDICINE. A PURB TONIC MEDICINE. A PURE TONIC MEDICINE. A PURE TONIC ME01CINB. A PURE TONIC MEDICINE. A I'D HE TON C MKDlt/'INE. A PUKE TONIC MRDTCINB. ?f EJJKS 'U IC MEDIi INE. A PURE TONIC WE ..t'INE. A PUKE TONIC MEDICINE. A PURE T< 'NIC .MELIC NR. A PURB TONIC MED.Cl.VB. A PUKE IONIC ME 'it'I'.B. A PUKE TONIC lifaO:Ot.\B. A PUKE TONIC ilKii. INE. A PURE TONIC MEDICINE. A PURE TONIC MEL) CINE. A PI BB TONIC MEDICINB. A PUKE TONIC MKDiCiNB. A PURE TONIC MEDICINE. DOCTOR HOOFL \ND 8 DOCTOR HOOKLAND'S 1)0< TOR HOOKLANDS DOCTOR HOOKLAND'H DOCTOR HOOrLANDS DOCTOR HOOr LAND'S DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S DOClUB HOOKLAND'S DOCTOR HOOKLAND'H DOCTOR HOOKLAND'S DOCTOR HOOKLAND'S DOCTOR HOOKLAND'S DOCTOR HOOKLAND'S DOCTOR HOOKLANE'8 1HMT0K HOOI'LAND'8 DOCI'OK IIOOKLaND doctor hooki.ands DOCTOR HOOKLAND'S DOCiOR HOOKLAND'S DOCTOR HOOILANU'S DOCIOR HOOKLAND'S DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S DOCTOR HoOh'lJLND'S DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S DOCTOR BOOi'LAND'S DOCTOR HOOKLAND'S CELEHRATED CELEBRATED CELEB RATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED CELBBRATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED CELEBRATED GERMAN BI ITERS, GERMAN BITTERS, GERMAN BI'lTEKS, GERMAN BITTKR.S, GERMAN B1TTEKS, GERMAN BITTERS. GERMAN BI ITERS, GERMAN BlTi'ERS, GERMAN BI ITERS, GERMAN BITTERS, GERMAN BITTERS, GERMAN BITTERS, GEK'.IAN BITTERS, GERMAN BITTERS, GERMAN BITTERS. GERMAN BITTERS, GERMAN BITTERS, GERMAN BITTEKS, GERMAN BITTEKS, GERMAN BITTEKS, PREPARED BT BB, C. M. JACKbON. PHILADELPHIA, PA., WILL EKKECTUALLY CURE LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, Chronic or NeivousDeb.lity, Disease* of the Kidusv*, and *11 diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Stomach, inch as Constipa tion, Inward Piles, ' Fulness or B ood to the Bead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn. Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Sto.ua h, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried Ud Dllficut Breathing, Fluttering u the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a Tying posture, Dimness ef Vision. Dots or We us before tlie Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Head, Deficiency of Perspi ration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain In the sue, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ac. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Con stant Imaginings of Bvll, and great Depression of Spirits. And will positively prevent Yellow Fever, Bilious Fe ver. Ac. they oonUin NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY. NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY. They will cure the above diseases in ninety-nine oaaee out ?fa hundred. Induced by the ex tensive sale and universal popularity of Boofland's German Bitters (purely vegetable), host* of igno rant quacks and unscrupulousadventurers have opened upon nufferlng humanity the flood gates of nostrums in the shape sf poor whiskey, vilely compounded with injurious drum, ana christened Tomes, SiouihcUIcs and Bitters. Beware of the innumerable array of alcoholic preparations In pietuoric bottles and big bellied kegs, under the modest Appellation of Bitters, which, instead or curing, only aggra vate disease, and leave the disappointed sullerer in despair. HOOKLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTEKS HOOKLANDS GERMAN BITTERS HOOKLAND'S GERMAN BITTEKS HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTE118 HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS HOOKLANDS GERMAN BITTER8' HOOKLANDS GERMAN BITTERS HOOKLAND'S GERMAN BITTKR8 HOOKLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS HOOKLAND'S GERMAN BlTi'ERS HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS HOOKLANDS GERMAN BITTERS HOOKLvND'S GERMAN BITTERS HOOKLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS HOoFlaNdS GERMAN BITTERS Are not a new and untried article, but have stood the test of Af teen years' trial by the American public, and their re putation and sale are noi rivalled by any similar preparation. Tbe proprietor* hare thousands of letters from the most eminent CLERGYMEN, LAWYERS, PHYSICIANS, AND CITIZENS Testifying, of their own personal knowledge, to the beneficial effects and medfcal virtue* of these Bitte s. DO YOU WANT SOMETHING TO STRENGTHEN YOU? DO IOU WANT A GOOD APPETITE! DO YOU WANT TO BUILD UP VOI R CONSTITUTION? DO YOU WANT TO KEEL WELL? DO YOU WANT TO GET RID OF NERVOUSNESS? DO YOl WANT ENERGY? DO YOU WANT TO SLEEP WELL? SO YOU WANT A BRISK AND VIGOROUS FEELING? If you do, use HOOKLAND'S GERM AN BITTERS. FROM REV. J. NEWTON BROWN, D.D., EDITOR OF THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OK RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE. Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Me dicines In general, through distrust of their ingredient* and affects; vet I know of no sufficient reason why a man may not testify to the benefit he believes himself to have received from any simple preparation, in the hope that he may thai contribute to the benefit of other*. I do thil the more rradi lr'in regard to Hoofland's German Bitten, prepared by Dr. G. K. Jacluon, of thUcliy, because I was prejudiced *ga:nst tbern for many years, under the imprcofon that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am Indebted to my friend Robert Shoemaker, Esq.. for the removal of this prejudice fey proper tests, and from encotiragemrnt to try tbein, when suffering from great aud long continued debility. The use of three bottles sf these Bitters, at the beginning of the present year, was followed by evident relief, and restoration to a de me of bodily and mental vigor which 1 had not felt for six Months before, snd hsd almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank Qod and my friend for directing me to the as* of them. _ _ J. -NEWTON BROWN. fliuDnriiii, Junr2S, 1861. VBOX THE REV. JOSEPH H. KENNARD, PASTOR OF THE TENTH BAPTIST CHLROlL Dm. Jackson ???*? Sib?I have been frequently re aneiiel to connect oi> uame with commemtailons of different kinds of Medicines, but, regarding the practice as out of my appropriate sphere. I have In all oases declined; bat with a clear proof la various Instances, and particularly In my own family, of the usefulness of Dr. Hoolland's German Bitters, I depart far once from my usual conrse, to express my full conviction that, for general debility oi the system, and sspe alalty for Liver Complaint, it la a safe and valuable prepara tion. la some asaea It may fall, but usually I doubt not It will be very beneficial to tliote who suffer from the above aausaa. Yours, very respectfully, J. H. KENNARD. Iltsn (no* Costss Btmht, Philadsli'Hia. Dae. M. FBOM THE WIFE OF ALDERMAN WUNDER, QER MANTOWN. . _ . GaiufAjrrowK, J una 1, 1861. Bl. C. M. JiOMOU ?Rib?U gave me pleasure, two yean ago, to give you a certificate testifying what tha German Bitten had done for me. I am now perfectly cured of nil those diseases your medicine pro!esses to euro?vis: Dye pepsla, Chronic and Nervsus Debility, Disease of tha Kid neys, The powerful lnfiuence it aierts upon nervous prostratloa la nrpriaing. I have baen consulted frequently ? raisranae to your Bitters, sad without hesitation havs re ?rmmeMcd It for the abova complaints, and in every In aiaace it baa effectually cured. Tour mediolne haa a great reputation In Germantown, aud le nnw sold la every drug Mora and hi moat of the irtx-toy stores here, ir any one should question what I ray let them come to Germantown, and I * 111 prove to their satisfaction that the Bitten hava cured In this Winliy more than twenty ease* of the above disease. Respectfully, HANNAH WUNDER. Mam itrckt, above Rlttcnhonse, Germantown, Fa. JCBT TliB ARTICLE roR SOLDIERS. FROM TUE ABMT. Pmi.Anci.rinj, August IS, 1381. Di>. C. N. JaCMOW:?Dxaa Sik?\\ bile in YirglnUi owing to the ihunge of water. I was taken Willi a severe Diarrhiea, wircli eeeined incurable, and which greatly weakened me. Wbeu we reached Martinsburg I feared I should have to cotue home: hut noticing some of your Bitten in the store of Mr. H. II. Price, In that town. I parchaeed a supply, and on taking It was speedily* restored to health. The diarrhtna was Stilckly ohecked, anal experienced no nturn of iL A suae er of my comrades who aiHIered la the same manner, and from the same cause, with whom 1 shared the bitten, Join me In tills certificate. I expect to return to the seat of war with the Legion, and shall oerta tally take a supply of the Bitten In my knapsack. I would aot be without it for Ita weight in gold, particularly on going Into s luu??tnue region. Xoun truly, A. E. ALTBML'B, Company H, Boo it Legion. This Is t? certify that we nsed HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTEKH while eaoamp?d at Federal Hill. Baltimore, an.1 ?to satisfied that by so doing we escaped diarrhoea, with which many or our companions were iflloted, osuaed liy change ar water. We believe It invalusble, and would not be without It While la a Southern conatry. If at all obtain able. TflOKAS B. flnULAFHERY, ? EMANUEL 8EBS, Company K, Eighteenth reglstent. Ciar PwarotuT, Va., Jan. 11,1869. OnmstaU*?Fortunalsly I liavs uujoyed such good health that I have not been compelled to take any M the Bituvs with which I had provided my?elf; bat my friends In tms and other sedments, to whom I gave It, have been greatly benefitted. No better prfiteition against Hie diseases of a camp cau be obtained. Totin truly, W. J. BRITTAIN, Fourth regiment Pennaylvama Volunteers. BEWARE OF~COUXTERFEr>r. BF.WARK OF OOl'NTKRKElTrt. BKWAKE OF COUNTKRFKITS. BI'-WAHE Of COUNTERFEITS. 1WWAUE OF COI'NTKRFKITS. HEWARB OF COt'N lKKKBITS, S-e that thivisnsture si "C. M. Jackson" is on the wrap fx r of each bottle. PrinniMl uiiice and manufactory, Ml *roh strest. JONES A EVANS, /Bnereasors to C. M. Jackson A CoN) proprietor*. For sale ?y riiuggl'tsand dealers in every lowu and village tn the Unite J States, Causdaa and tha West Indlts at 7fi cts. ?er bottle. For sale In Nnv York by *11 the druggists and medicine Ji aler* and bv l> S Barnes, i*J2 Broad.vay, anvf "?/? mton aireui, Bro'^lm. 8ITVATIOVI) WAWTED?NMALBI. A" SITUATION WANTED?BY AN AMERICAN PRO trauut young girl, eighteen rears oid, aa uhamberinald and wail teas in a small family; <lly reference given. Can be seen for one day at 83 East 15th at., between 3d a*, and Irving piace, thirdlloor, iront room. A RESPECTABLE GERMAN OIRL WANTS A 8ITUA J\. lion as eiiambermald or to do general homework, or would take tare of children. Apply at 78 Backett si, South Brooklyn. A RESPECTABLE WOMAN DESIRES A SITUATION aa cook, aud la willing to aaaim with the washing and ironing aho understands her business ii^atrlotly boneat and cieanly. Call for two days at her present employer's, M W?stZM?t.. near Oth ave., between 10 aud 2 o'clock. A LADY IS DESIROUS OF FINDING A SITUATION for a good cook. Apply at N Kaat 23d at. A FIRST CLASS COOK. UNDERSTANDING HER business thoroughly in all 1U branches, Including soup*, tellies, game, Ac., wishes a .situation In a first claas boarding house or hotel, either In city or countnr. Best of city refe rence given. Inquire for two days at #7 West 20th at., near 6th at. A YOUNG AMERICAN OIRL WISHES A SITUATION aa lady's maid or seamstress; la perfectly capable of catting and lining ladles' and children's ureases; under atanus embroidery; la willing to go in the couutiy, or to travel with a lady. Best of reference. Can be aeen for two daya at lu7 East 13th si A N AMERICAN WIDOW WOMAN, WITH ONE CHILD Jx two years old, wishes a situation aa housekeeper In a small family. Call at 112av. D. A SITUATION WANTBD-BY A RESPECTABLE young girl, as good cook; would assist In wa*hln? and irouing, or would do the washing of a small private family if required; would do the housework of a small family; has the best of city reference. Can be seen al her present employ er's, 11U West 15th st., near 6th av., lor two days. A SITUATION WANTED?BY X COMPETENT PER" son, as nurse aud seamstress, or would do chainherwork and waiting; no abjection to go to the country; good refe rence given. Call at No. 70 Charles st., .between Bleecker and 4ihi?ts., for two days. A COMPETENT PERSON WISHES TO TAKE WASH ing at her own house; will do It on very reasonable terms; has the best city reference. Call at 260 East 12th at., third Hoor, trout room. A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION as uuise; is u neat sewer, and experienced in the care of children; has no objection to travul, and would value a home more than'high wages; good reference given. Call at Mil Bust 2Slli at. A SITUATION WANTE%-BY A RESPECTABLE, truatw. r.hy woman to <ro the housework of a small private family; is a good bread maker and an excellent washer aud irouer: no objections to go to the country fer the summer. Apply at her present employer's StS West War ren si., Brooklyn. A SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG AMERICAN Protestant girl, as nurse, or to do light up stairs work and waiting: is willing and obliging, and kind and good to children; will assist in housework; tio objection to the coun try. Call at or address 85 32d st., near Lexington av. A STRONG. HEALTHY GIRL, TWELVE YEARS OP age, wishes a home In a respectable family, wheie she can make herself generally uselul; she is very good teui tered and fond of children; no wages required. App'.y at or address 160 East 27th st. A SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG WOMAN. AS good cook, washer and ironer; no objection to the country for the summer. Good city reference. Can be seen at 116 7th av., iirst lloor, front room. A COUPLE OF GERMAN YOUNG WOMEN WANT situations?Also two Scotch women; also several lidy, smart, civil girls for general work; all have excellent recom mends. To be seen at the Large Inatltute, corner of 11th at. and 8th av. AS WET NURSE?AN ENGLISH PROTESTANT WO man wants a situation. Inquire at 931st si., between 1st av. and av. A. A SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG WOMAN, AS seamstress; understands cutting aud making ladies' and children's dresses, boy's clolhcs aud all kinds ot family aewlyg; would go out to aew by the w< ek or month; no ob iectiou to take care of a grown cblid, or to go with a family a the country. Can give good city rei erencea. Can be aeen at her present situation, lo Eaat 30th at. SITUATION WANTED?BY A FIRST CLASS COLORED launuresa, in a private family; or gentlemen's or fami lies' washing by the mouth or day. Good reference given. Can be aeen In the rear of ISO rath si, between 7tu and 8th avs. SITUATION WANTED-BY A VERT RESPECTABLE young German lady. She is excellent In all lino needle work, millinery, halt-dressing, Ac., and 1* good to children. Would make herself generally useful. Apply at 66 Korsyth it., top floor. SITUATION WANTED-BT AN AMERICAN WIDOW lady, In a respectable family, an housekeeper. Call lor four days on Mrs. Lemon, 27 Atlantic sL, Livingston Hotel, Brooklyn. WASHING.?LADIES' AND 6ENTLEMENS WASHING and Ironing dune In a superior style at 114 East29th St.. between 2d aud 3d avs., at Mra. Chichester's. TC7ANTED?A SITUATION AS COOK, OR AS CHAM TT beruiaid and to do washing and ironing; has good city reference Apply, lor two days, ai No. 10 Hamilton st., rear. WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN WOMAN, A SITUA lion; is a good oook and 1a willing to assist in the washing and ironing, or do general housework, in a small private family. Good city reference. Apply for two days at 168 3d uv\ between 16th and 17th sts., in the store. WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE WO man, to eoot, wash and iron, and do general housework in a Kinali prh ate family; best city reference. Call for two days at 104 Well St., third floor. Wanted?situations, by two respectable girls:^>ne as chambermaid and waitress, or would take flare of children and do plain sewing; the other as Chambar maid and laundress, or would do plain rooking in a small family. Can be S'-en at their present employer's, where they have lived eight years, 2(Jti West 14th st. WANTED?B* A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, A TT situation to cook, wabh and iron or to do general house work; is willing to go In the country; good city reference given. Call for two days at 41 Clarksuu St., in the rear. \1TANTED?A BABY TO WET NW&E, BY A TT healthy married woman, who lost her own baby of one day old; best oi reference. Can be seen for two days at 202 East 17th St., In the store. WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN, A situation as chambermaid and to do plain sewing or general housework; Is a good washer, und doner, und can do plain cooking; can give good rjiercme. Can be seen at 13 Meserole st., Williamsburg. WANTED?A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG WOMAN, as cood cook; would assist with the washing and Ironing; the best of city references from her last place, where slii'lived four years; no objection to any part of the country. Call at 143 East 2!>th street, near 2d av. WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG GERMAN girl, a situation; Is a good cook and au excel,eut wash er and ironer; would not object to do chamberwork. Can come well recommended from her last place. Call for two days at 139 5th St., near 1st av. TTTANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNO MARRIED TT woman, a situation as wet nurse; has a fresh breast of milk; can take the entire charge of a baby from its birth. Good city reference. Call at 7U Charles su HELP WANTBD-FEMAIiES. A~~LL EMPL^^ERiT aND SERVANTS. OP ALL NA Hons, male and female, ean be suited at the best office In the city at 378 6th av., near 23d st?the Empire City Insti tute. Established ufteen yean. N. B.?Country orders promptly attended U>. A GREAT RUSH FOR SERVANTS AT the NEW IN A stltute, M2 Sixth avenue. Servants wanted of all kinds, both Protestants and Catholics, English, Irish. German, Scotch and Ainerlean. Places ready. No. MB 6th a?., be tween "4th and 36th sts. A GOOD PLAIN COOK WANTED IX A BOARDING house, to assist In washing and Ironing; wages M per month. Inquire at 176 Bleecker st., between 9aaa 10 AM., or 1 and 2 P. M. DRESSMAKERS WANTED immediately?TWENTY* comjwiam hand*; alao a few apprentice. Apply at Ja8 4th at. Good protestant oiel wanted?to do gene ral housework for a fauitl; of two penuna. Apply at 21? Blwcki-r at HOUSEKEEPER-WANTED. IN ? private PA mlly, an euerOette pereun, thorouxhly acquainted with the detail* ol houaeVfeplng, and a-xuatomed to the ?uperrt ?ton o' hou?ehold; the mun understand the higher branches ol cooker v, and will be required to do the marketing. Ad draaa, wltB reierenoea, for one week, Housekeeper, nation O, Po?t office. Housekeeper WANTED?BT A WIDOWER, WITH a very atnall family; must M vary Intelligent and good nature!, not over V nor under M. Those having undoubted reference* will (dure** for one week William Rafua, Herald office, giving full particular*. SEWING HANOS.?W ANTED 100 OPERATORS. WITH oi- without machlneii, to make light tenia. Apply at 198 Pulton at. or at 55 Murray at. SEWINO HANDS WANTED.?PIVE HUNDRED HANDS for (twing button bolea and button* on light tent*. Ap ply ai MB Kulton at. WANTED?AN ExveiuENCBD NURSE, TO TAKE < hurge ol children; muat come well recommended; German, English and Beetrh preferred. City referenow re quired. Apply buiwten the boure of 8 o'olock-A. M. and 1 o'clock P. M. i?t 33 Barrow st., ntar B'.eecker. AITANTED?A PIBST CLASS COOE, WITH EXCEtr TT lent recommendation*. No other need apply, at 61 Eaat S5th (treet, baaement door. W~ANTED-?EVEN~LAblES' DRESS CAP MAKEItS. To flrst claaa hand* good pay and steady employment. Apply at Richmond and Co.'*, 7nSBroadway. WANTED-A NEAT, INDUSTRIOUS GIRL, TO DO the housework of a ?mall family; muat give good refe rence; Uerman preferred. Apply at In 12th *t,, between 6th ami 7tb av*. WANTED?A OLBL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK, in a private family. Call at M King it. WET NURSE.?wanted, A PERSON TO TAKE A child of all week* old to wet uuree. Apply at 173 West nth ?. WANTED-A respectable. HONEST, INDUS tMiiua girt, wharan nook, w?*h, Iron, Ac., and la will ato make het situation her home, but no fol'o* era will be wed. Apply at I. Bluna' Millinery JUtabllihniuut, 8UW Hudion *t. WANTED-A SEAMSTRESS TO DO PLAIN SEWING TT and make children** clothes. None need apply with out Hood reference. Apply at SM Greenwich st. "IITANTED?A YOCNO LADY, TO ATTEND A SALOON, f T Apply at No. 41 Carmine *tree?. WANTED-A YOUNG GIRL AS NURSft: one WHO ?? willing to makn ln-nnll generally nseral; muat oonie well rei'ommi'U'led, and willing to go to the country for the summer. Inquire at Sii Oieenwic h at., second door fiotn Hnratio. . WANTED-AT 2fr. WEST 44TH STREET, A SMART, tidy Pretestnm or Gorman girl, lo do general house, work; mum be a good w?*her ami lioner and g. od i.lam oook. " ' WANTED?AS rf'ILD'S NURSE AND fJlAMBKR ?? n*.ld, a Protectant young won an. who can com? we.I rennmm, nded; wage* $4. Apply at *>4 4th av., between ? ami U o clock A. M. HELP WAHTED?WALKS. Agents wanted-male and female, " OLD, MIDDLE aubd AMD YOUNG, IN CITIBS, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, To Make from ft 10to Sib per day, by fcelliua RICKARD'S PRIZE stationery PACKAGES. The popularity of and the iacrsa-dng demimt for theae Packman are the best evidences of their superiority over all others. They can't be equalled. Bead lor u < Ircuiar. S. C. RICKAKDS A CO. l(g Nai-s~u street. Agents must know that the EUREKA PRIZE CASKET PACKAGE contain* mure siutionery than any other package sold for 26 cents. Also the Dime ranprcsp woslum. Situd lor circular. W. H. CA'l ELY, 102 Nassau street. A GENTS?SOMETHING NEW. A THE NATIONAL PRIZE PACKET. The latest and l>esi Prize 8tat *< ery Paeketr?contains Bore useful articles than anything ever sold at the price. Pays ISO per cent profit. Send for circular. or call on HAKKINS A CO., 36 Beekman street, N. w York. Agents wanted to sell headache annihi lator.?It will etire headache of every name in threa minuu-s; mild and pleasant. Apply to Dr. B. L WOLCOTT. 170 Chat ham street. Headache cured tree lor All; call and be convinced. Samples by mall 25 cants. AlOBBB, INDIISTKIOl'S MAN. HAVINO $10) CASH, can have a pleasant indoor position, whi re ho will be guaranteed a go<>d weekly income. Apply *1Broadway, up stairs, room No. 7. CAUTION TO MAP AGENTS?LLOYD S GREAT MAP of the Southern Stales, engraved on steel, ami need by tne War Department, has been reduced in price to 25 cent*;. This has be. n done In consequence of another publisher named ''Lloyd" issuing a trashy wood cut map, full of er rors, at 35 cents, and leading tne public to sippose It was Lloyd's Large. Steel Plate Mapot the Fifteen Southern Stale*. Being of tne same name as mveeif. I see no other way than to put down the price of my steel Plate Map to the price of his trashy wood-cut map?which I do rtiis day, to 25 cents Bir copy. There are no maps made equal to J. T. Lloyd's sps. They are to be seen in the War Department, Depart ment of the Secretary of State, Land Olilce Department, Quartermaster's Departmi nt, and are used by Generals Mc Ciellan, Halleclc, Banks, Btiell, and nil our oitleers in the army. Hence the many trashy "Lloyd's" maps which are put upon the public. Lloyd's ftT pof Virginia Is the only au thority for the Army of the Potomac, tv-nd for airctilars of All our valuable Maps, wfth terms for aaents. Address J. T. LLOYD, 164B.oadway. OOACllMAN WANTED?A SINGLE MAN, FROM 27 TO 36 or 411 years of age, competent to talse proper eare of horKes, carriages And harness, to gu about 14 miles into the country, and to remalu permanently winter and lummrr if desired, lie muxl be a good caret til driver, p.nd perfectly willing to make himself us I'ui ami employ hiiniel! in any way his employer may wish when not otherwise en.a^ed. He must br ng satisfactory recommendations of his compe tency, sobriety, honesty aud good character generally. Such a man can address C. S., box 143 Post olilce, with name and references, stating where he can be seen or hesrd of. Nona othara need apply. Coachman and fabmer wanted?on a gen tleman's pla -e, near the city; little driving; must he a ble and willing to help with trees, grass, Ac. State refe rence and where last employed. Address Useful, box 190 llerald oOlce. CARPET 8ALESMAN WANTED?ALSO A YOUNG man, quick and correct at ligures and a good judge of money. Apply at 107 lloweiy. Drug clerk wanted.-apply at 202 fulton av? Brooklyn, between the hours of 8 and 10 A. M. DRL'O CLERK WANTED?A YOUNG MAN, HAVING experience in the city retail and prescription trade, can address (stating the names and address ot his former em ployers aud how long employed) Chemist, bos 3,526 Post oilloa. Dry goods salesmen wanted.-none need apply uniess lirst class -alcRinen, who understand their business in every particular; also, two check boys i.nd two boys to carry parcels. All must have the best city reference. Apply to W. Q. Campbell, 178 3d ave. Farmer wanted-with a small family, who can produce good recommendations as to ability, Ac. Address for six days, stating terms and where an Interview can be had, Farmer, box lot) Herald ofllce. For steamships, navy, merchant and Whaleships, for short and lon? voyages?Wanted, landsmen, seamen, ordinary seamen, blacksmiths and boat steerers, at 87 West St., corner Albany, tip stairs, North river. HENRY JAM hs, Agent. STABLE BOY, OR YOUNG MAN WANTED-ONE WHO understands the care of hoi aes, and is willing and in dustrious and knows something abont gardening and keep ing grounds In order, to go t<> Newport. Apply at36East 14th St., southwest corner of University place. fTlAIL BLOCK HELPER WANTED.?INQUIRE OF X Mr. Martin, at the Hudson River Suam Sawmills, foot ol' West 44th St., New Yors. WANTED?(APPLY PERSONALLY), TWO PROFES sors of mathematics, engineering and military tac tics; salaries SOOO and $700; a lady teacher of music. Eng lish, pafnting and French (tu meet principal before 2 P. M.); also a lady lor music, English and French, as preceptress. American Educational Bureau, 561 Broa lwny. SMITH, W1LLSON A CO. \tTANTED?TWO YOUNG MEN, FROM 18 TO 23, OF T V goo 1 personal address?*to learn a genteel, proiitable pro fession; must be aide to support themselves for six months, and devote twelve hours per day. Address, stating age, name, residenoe, and lormer occupation, Proiitable, Broad way Post oillce, T17ANTED?A SALESMAN IN A GROCERY STORE; Vv one acquainted with the buslness.no other need ap ply to Wm. M itciicll, corner of 125th st. and 3d ar. Refereuue required. WANTED?IN A furniture STORE, A YOUNG man, who understands the general business of a furni ture store, and who can repair aud varnish furniture; one acquainted with the city ol Brookl/u preferred. Apply at D4 Atlantic st., Brooklyn. TIT ANTED?1N A RETAIL clothing STORE. A TT miong, active, industrious yming man, about eighteen Stars old; a person ucuuaiutrit ui.li tne bu?lin;*? pri f.;rre 1. ue who )? not afraid of work, ana bail com; Well .ecom mewled, uiay apply at No. 8 Houtli st. WANTED?A DRUG CLEKK; ONE WHO liNDER stkrirts the business, ami can piiidtirc recommenda tiun from his hu>t employor. Inquire at 1J0 Utb a v. WANTED?A FIRST CLASS COLOKKD WAITER; ONK who hits been lined lo waiting on private in lea; city refereLce required. Appli between the hour* of V and 11 in tUe morning ift the Worji Hjumc, corner oi 2Mb ?t. aud &th avenue, WANTED?A MAN TO <iO A SHORT DISTANCE IN the cotuitry, who underM-anda yarilwnin aud the car. oi ahorse; ire ipiist al?> be willing to. dogenetal workaoout agentlemnn's place. Aildrena, at .thu wli ra lo be aeeu and wages expected, Hudson River, !ler..fl iH ANTED?A SHOUT BO Y TO ACT AS A IJC.HT POR ler. Apply at 1U3 Reade ai. a.ler tbiae o'clock. ANTED?2 IiOYS To LEAKN TRADES, 2 CLERKS TT for grocery ktoiea,:i porieig, cierk lor a ?hlpi>ui< oUlce, 4 girla to travel, 6 men lor ?leaiimrN, 2 express drieia, 1 atewardesa, 1 housekeeper. Appi> at No. 7 Chatham square. WANTED ? TWO HUNDRED TRAINED MALE nurses for the United Sutea General Hospitals. Tl.ry will receive $20 60 per month beside* clothing, rations and medical attendance; noue need apply wbo cannot nirnlah iealinioii.u a irom well known pbystcrdns or remdenta. l or further pai itMlara apply at the Axeney o. the I nited Suites Sanitary Commission. ?s*i Uroad ?.?>, b>t*e( u the hours of ItlA. M. andlP. M. BDW. 1'. IQLLIM, M.D., U. 8. A. ANTED?A SMART YOUTH, FROM 15 TO 1? YEARS, wbo haa aome knowledge o. the gr >oerj Uialnesa; good reiereuceu required. Apply al the Liouiu Tc.. Warehouse, 376 7th av., near Went iMtu st. ________ "I1TANTED?A YOUNG MAN AS COACHMAN, TO GO A TT abort distance in th? coimlrv. Wages from $10 to$1S. Apply tbia day at 10 A. M. al Bonknam A Bedell's, 309 4th av w w w TIT ANTED?A SLERK IN A HARDWARE STORE, TT also a young man in a wanting bouse, and a collector. Apply at 1U rulton street, Merciiaala' Clerks' Registry olle*. Situations procured. No oomn.laston in advance. Ret ere no* to urat claaa bouaea. Ustabilaued 1&4. w ANTED?A TIDY COLORED BOY, FROM 18 TO 16 yeara of age, to wait on table* and make himself Snerallv useful; one residing up town preferr -d. Apply at e Wigwam Restaurant, 92VBroadway, oorner o. Xist at. WANTED?TWO JUNIOR SALESMEN, WHO ARE willing lo work; ?al?ry $0 per week. Apply before 8 A. M. or attar 7 1*. M. to H. E. Legrain. Till Broauway. ANTED?TWO AHLE BODIBD MSN, AS PORTERS. noue need apply unless ibey are willing lo work. Vail before 8 A. M. or alter 7 P. M. H B. LEG RAIN, 7J0 Broadway. WANTED?A YOUNG MaN AS PORTER IN A DRY gO*>da store, who haa had experience; must hare good reference. Apply this morning to RE1LLY BROS., 31 Catharine street. WANTED-IMMEDIATELY, 26 STOUT YOUNG MEN, landamen, to goon a voyage not to excised six months; a rare chance for young men wlauicg to go to sea. Apply at the shipping odice 71 South si, entrance 56 Bep ysler st. ANTED?A YOUNG" MAN_ FULLY ACQUAINTED with fine embroider lea, Ac., at Miller A Grant's, 70S Broadway. ANTBD-A YOUNG MAM, BETWEEN 17 AND 18 yeara of age, to atteud in a liquor aiore; must be well recommended and know bis business. Call at 0U (ih av. rANTED-A YOUNG MAN, TO ATTEND BAR;"KONE "AS WANTED-A YOUNG MAN, TO ATTEND BAR; NONB need apply without satlafactory reference. Apply lo O. M< Tarnan, Second Ward Hotel, oorner York and Pearl sis., Brooklyn. AOA PER WEEK.?ALL MEN HAVING SMALL capital, and wishing to Invest it in a respectable paying business, are requested toeaHon or address Rich eras A Co., 438 Broadway, N. Y. N. B.?Mouey refunded If not satletled after trial. SfTcVl ?WANTEDT A CLERK IN A FIRST CLXVtH VPAUDa provision store; wagea $8 per week; security given lor the money advansed. Apply te J. P. Traver, 170 Chatham st THE TRADER. Bricklayers and laborers.-wanted, ten goodroeu; the society wages paid, at the builjlngs M av. and 78tk st. Bring your too la wltji you. Coppbr plate printer wantbd-at ever dell'a, Sftl Broadway. Steady work to a good workman DRESSMAEIMG.-WAMTBD, AN APPRENTICE TO learn ilreaamaking. who will be taken IntheTamlly an* boarded. Alaoaglillo do Ught housework. Apply at 118 Spring st. T/NQINEER'S BITCATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG JM man, to run a stationary engine; Is ? maoblnUt b,v trade: can run any make of an engine. Addreea for one day boa I'M Herald oOloe. TO HATTBRS.*WANTED. A BODY MAKER) ALSO A girl to sew plush; oue who c?a trim. Imiuira at No. 7 Bowery, third floor. WANTED-A HARNESS MAKER; ONE WHO UN derstands the business. Apply lor turue daya to John Wbltcomb, Astoria, L. I. WANTED-FOUR machinists, TWO LATHE AND uo vice hauda; none but men who understand their business need apply at 304 West TMrty-scventh street. BAMIIBL BA*. tirANTEi-IO OB II HAHD PREPARERS. TO WORK TV on ii amrs and piers. Apply at the corner of 7th ave. and ?0tli st. WANTKD?H ATrERf'j FOUR blockers, SIX Maara, on line hats; also two poum^eiH, at 119 \Ymm Broinlwajr. COOPERS WANTKD?TO MAKE NEW ROUND O and Mat hoop flour hamls. Apply to A. T. Bi igts, 01 Rutgers slip. SITUATIONS WAMTKD?MAL.ES. N ENGLISH CENTIKMAN, THOROUGHLY AO oua in ted with ihn Kiriich and Itahau languagea, unci with the wine, oil k'jii silk trade in tliuae countries, want* ? situation, ? here his knowledge of the above langua-tea may be useful. with the ultimate objeet of inventing $10,00<) or SIA.O'JO in tl e buainesa aud be onnnt, a partner. Acld/eaa R. P. H.. 735 Aio i Ktreet, Philadelphia. AYOl'NO MAN OF EXPKRIENCE WANTS A 8ITITA tion hk bate* per; ban itona business in some of thk beat bon-es< tn the . Ity, to which he can reler. Addrsaa T, E., box l'i&Herald office. A YOl'NO MAN, RESIDENT Of A SOUTHERN STATE, in anxious to met t wiJi aonie inllueiuUi p.irty wlio woul! a-Mst him in procuring a altuntton. Addreaa, alailng interview, Fianlilin lirautley, ktaiiou E, New York. SITUATION WANTED-BY A DRUG CLERK, WHO 18 a good druggiat and well acquainted with the Oerman pr. acription buaiin >?>. Beat of reference from hi* employers. Address Drug Clerk, Herald oftlre. WANTED-BY A BOY, BETWEEN 18 AND 17 YEARS of age, a aiuatiou in Home aueuon. eoinmti-eion or wliolcHule <try jji>oda house; write:-' a tair hau 1 and rcsldea with hia parents. Adareaa R. J. 8., box 110 Herald office, staling terms, tic. WANTED?BY A COMPETENT MAN, WITH 8EVE ral yeara' experience, aituatinn m the mailing or pub lishing department of a newspaper or magazine, nr would act as torieapon iingclerk; fully underatanda hia buaineaa; no objection to leave the city; can give the vary best re!e renoe. Addreaa for three day a Scrivener, box 106 Herald office. WANTED-A SITUATION AS PORTER, IN A STORE, by u married man (an American), who la williug to work to make an honest living. Beat of references given. Addreaa J. D K., Herald oillie. WANTEO-A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE young ma, :, an porter in a store or in a h .lei, or to w.irk iua llvmy stable; to id city releience. Call on or adireta E. K., 1M Eh. t 22<i ai., between lht ami Id ava. WANTED?A SITUATION IN SOME HOTEL BOARD ing house or restaurant, by a young man who haa been caterer, Ac , for a firel claaa house in the city for three years, ai d ha* the best of reir.r.m es; would aw e hlimelf Knerallv useful about tUu establishment. Address A B. C., x IM Herald oiQue. q?l nnn ??L *OUHG MAN. OF BUSINESS HABITS, iJl.vUl/. wishes n permanent situation, and would loan bis einployr Iron $?;,? to $1,000 on good security. Addreaa C. C., lot! WestWtb ht. THE REBELUUN. TT'OB SALE?' JD Two hundred superior Knapsacks. Do. Body Belt*. Do. Cartridge Botes. Do. Cap Pouches. One hundred Crusa hells, all new ?nd of the beat enam elled leather. Apply to BOWIE DASH, Esq., 112 Pearl street. GWffiO, UEAl)y BARTERS, state ok new GENERAL ORDERS?NO SB. Adjutant Gkmwkai.'s O. vic*, Aliiamv, June 3. 18C3. iJ?..p!Jr?u,5-nu<',0f the provisions of an act entitled "An Ml to provide for the enrolment of the Militia, the orguu zailou anil discipline of the National Guard ot the Slate of New Yoik, anil lor the public defence," passed April 23, ltJ02, an ?,iB 11'"*0"" wlthln H''" Slate liable to mllliary duty wlHfoithwitn be made. Commandants of regimeuts k !8e^ dl'lyence in placing the enrolment bi/o?e. in the hands ol commandants of comnanic&. or oiner enroling officers, and to an' that the enrolment is com pleied an.l the enrolment hooka nled on or before the let day of July neM. Iu case any dlincully aliould he antici pated iu convicting tho enrolment within the time pre 1, Commander-in-Chief will, uihjii application, upj oint one or more perilous, to be nominated to him by the enrOil>ng oUiceis, to assifit in lliishing .such enrolment Commandants of regiments will report forthwith to the Ad jutant Ui'i.i'i .v the receipt of the enrolment books aud the names :ind I'ost office address of the enrolllns oillcera iu whose ban Ha u.ey have been placed. By order of the Corn mu nuer-ia-L li lof, THQS. IIILLHOUSE, Adjutant General. OEApqUARTERS, 23 SPRING STREET.?CAPTAIN 4* Browne, formerly Q isrtarmasf r of the Tlnrd Gerauw Ri lies, until ita consolidation wun, and then Cap tain in the On? hundred and ihiid, New York State Volute teei s. now atailoncd at Newborn, N. C.. an 1 serv.n* unrter General Burnelde. has obtained authcrlty from the Com ntauder-in-U.ici of thestaie to recruit a ci mpanv for the se.it of war. Patriotic youu? men are invited to join thin or Ranuii'on aid enrol their names lniuii diatelv. i'ay irom $13 to $34 per moutn and $10) bounty when discharged. Clothing, subsistence end comfortable quarters provided Immediately after being mustered into ihe tulted Stites service. T.ie families ol those who enlist will he provided for by I he State. THOMAS BROWNE, CapUtuT MILITARY CLAIMS. Ail.niwm Holding clnlma nnder the provli'o is of the rf.if . i ' ac' Provide for the paymeut oi'oertain < lahua Incurred In the or^anlzai lo.i, equipment and sub*is ? fh?trhr?i.'eJ in i,he ?u,u# Vork or received V1 "S.rPn?o,t'r th'.' Of the United States." pasted ? to 'rsusmlt the same with ti.e \ouciers thereof, a iu! a comprehensive statement of facta under oath, to fcoionel S'laJ W. Bur", AsaVsunt iS spcetor 0,1,..,.l, at the ca, Ital in the city olAll^ ' m ., ... *l,P?1'lte'1 to audit such claims will m et at No. 51 Walker street, Ne x York, on the 16th day of ii! h ,i."? V*'i i41 ('?PIUjl- In the city of Albany, on the ind 'Jl? hi " A calendar of claims will be made, ana asses will be disposed ot iu their order on said calendar S 0i.tA),!i!!?0ns r.8rl,Ul!* '"Albany, and west aud north thereof, win be consider, d at th- meetings of the Board at Albany. Claims of persons residing elsewhere, will be Con sidered at the meetings to he held at New York. ? A. ARTHUR, lusp ctor Central. WM. HENRY ANTIloN. Judge Advocate General ^'4"ttM't.r0.u.riL | TJ ECRUITB WANTED " -l*? rorc THt HALLECK GUARD, reaTwul&y dYyV'6 1,18 ?Wernmeat- to * . ?*tw,r??n' ,wh? hli? >wn In the service of the gov erurnent, has received orders to recruit Company A of thla "' "Vi'*"d '? now ready to receive Recruits. Tt Is Intended that thla Company shall lie ono of the flnest in the service. 1 ay from $13 to $23 per mouth. Each man as noon as mumereil will be >ent to Camp Wash inu g"?d^mroriis!nd' a"U t""OTM,'a w,tU rations $100 Bounty at the EvBirntlon of Enlistment. All parties wishing to uct in the cspaclty of aon-rommU Jo,. S?,?aK. Ord. r.y *#? Apnrnved May .11 lNil F. S. IaAKNED, Superintendent Tv\ eliih infantry. Atusicrjng ofljeer. 1JECRUITS WANTED?K()R THE KIKTH REGIMENT JV New York Volunt-er Artillery, Col. Samuel Graham, now stationed at Fort .Marshall, Baltimore, Md. This reel meut offers many itiuiiceuienis that cannot be ha t iu auy other for these who desire to serve their country In this its hour of |wHI. No iotig, UnMotiie marrhcN. nor e*po?uru iu aamp. com tetifi; ?o?ki Harm aMl couforUbto Iwrra kn. In a nealtns loiality, provMcd for uach nian. A* ouly a i?jw morn reenilu arp wanted to fill thin raiment to Its mafimuin num o?r inoet? who deiuw to join It mimt apply inunedi.itelv to Lien?% T. C. H HO WEE, t?o. F, or Lieut. II. BOYLE, Ca A, at the corner ot iiowery and Grand street*. All absentees are requested to report at this office, or ther will be returned a* deserters. KECRUITH WANTKD-KOR A HEAVY ARTIL U\J leiy regimenLjiowm-rr hve months iu ?.irils.n at Washington. Also $2U0 will i? gives for idity able bouied ?>en, or a proportionate ammiut for a amaller numuer. Ad dress A., Herald otln e. HOTXU. Hotel. 12 ki-lton street, bkooklyn, oim-ositk ? Ultou ferry, eoBtaiiiii.tf M rooms, very finely nurd up; excellent lo*tlon, n..w doing a good paying busiuea*. Leaa.j, Furniture and fixtures for sale cheap. Apply on th? W^2?5X. HOUSE?:BROADWAY, CORNER OF Twelfth str'et, New York.?A large Parlor, fronting on Broadway aud TweMth, vMth two large Bedrootna a? ' "ni1 c"''' w*^'r hsth and water rie?ei attached ? will be let together or separate, with or without board, st ta duord rates. Dinner at alx o'clock. Meals to order at all hours. CJLOTH1NQ. T THE NBW STORE, IU WIIRD AVENUE. LADIES XV aiidjtentlemen oau dispose Of their Cast Ou Ciotbluic. 2?2aSi ?*? 1 f """"toe to pay for Dresses from $6 to $.10, f?r Coats from $4 to $1A, tor Pants from $1 to fhir/!C.r not w ,*11 on or addrese C. MIHH. 114 Mrli Mlih Fourteenth street. Ladles attended by a ttention, ladies a*d gkktlem em -i pyou to jmd a fair and honeat dealer to dispose of your cast off Clothing, Carpets, Furniture sml Jewelrv, the best thmrpu can do la to call oa or sd treaa the honest and weU l HARRIS, 130 Seventh avenue, where you will be dealt with to yonr satlsfacilon. At this place you f?n receive lifty per cent mort than from sny other dealer Iu the city, and you will avoid being humbugged. Please do by H"*Hiirrls!*rri*' sveuue. Ladles aueuded ? TTENTION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN7-A LARCB A order received from the West for cast oil Clothlnn. Furniture. Carpets. Ac I will pay the best prl.e Iu the e.ty by ralUng on or addressing M. ABRAHAMA. 233 Seventn sveuue, betv. een rwentv-Ofth and Twenlv-alxth streets. Ladles attended to by Mrs. A. AT?2:ty3 .bo.wery--H. ROSBNTHAL, HAVINOA great desire u> purchase a large quantity of out off Wearing Apparel, Furniture, Carpets, Jewelry, Ac., by call ing on or audi-essing, ladies and gentlemen can obtain tha utmoet value lor each arilcle. Ladies attended to by Mrs. Great Jones ft ?t? r,'m",'bcr' aud ** 363 ?o*?ry, opposite A II EXTRA PRICE WIU, BR PAID FOR LADIB8' .}a * awl otf c'lothlng, Carjieta, Jewelry and Furniture, aa the nnderslgn?d,has received large orders Irom all parts ot the United HtatcsMTer the above articles. He i**to pay the following prices From $A ?o $39 for Silk iDresmia; frum $3 to $16 for Coats: from $2 to $5 for I ants. Please call or addm>? by note J. ANIIALT, 152 Be !"V'between TwenKetli and Twentv-llrat streets. Mri- N- ouslnaes traaa A'r.'!"^oHI(,"EST B IN l"A8H PAID FOR lef : off Clothing, Oarpeia, Furniture. Indies and g< a iM-men having any or tlie above u> dispose of will do well to !w JKT-fif I ?<i?*NBERG. 212 Seventh avenue. be"t "Wtaf'ct,un- u ARARB CHANCE??16,000 WORTH OF CAST OFF Clothing wanted, witlrln u inontli, lor New One ins. Ls diee and -^ntU'men hanng any of the abore to dlnims" of lTLI^?'r?n^>Mr2.C2Ii1?* t)rl,0*i-Kf0l? W to Wo far fink I 'r,on>,f9 J? r?rc<au, from $1 lo $A lor Pants. tfi* ' o *? c*rP,U' Furirlture; the highest pr.oca paid. Please .all on or address a note to B. Mlnt^, "IVi slah avenue, near Eighteenth street Ladies attended by Mra. ^ iii rrani ??'?o'tlyn or JVrsey Oltv punetiially at at^nue , l*sse lememDsr the name, B. Mints, 383 Sixth A TTENTION.?CALIFORNIA AND "T'lHEM PEAK Jj- A ureal demand for ladles and gentlemen's cast oil t Ibthing, furniture, Carpeia and Jewelry. 1 guarantee ta |>ay twenty-Are per oont mere than any other establish meut, and no humbug Call at or send a note to 89 West Broadway, between Leonard and Franklin streets. Ladies attended by Mrs. u Gabay and gentlemen by Mr. 8. Uabay. ATJi'8TA,iU 0M SBVENTH ANENUE rS" ?? P*T the lollowing prices Lm / , _g,,r' irn'*n * W*arlna appaiel:?From $ft to I i?r ,?Li. CT***' m lo 'or ai"1 lr""1 ?' l" 1 iti for pants, also caris-ta, furniture, jewelry, ac. A note by post punctually attended lo by Mrs. Exeklefs, 134 Seventh avenue, between Nlseteenth and Twentieth str. e a Nocon neisiou with any other house. Gentlemen amended toby ALAHOE QUANTITY OF CAST OFF CLOTHING, Y ui nitiire, rarp? ts and Jewelry warned fc the . uy Hnd we?tettl tmde I pay a* follow" ?From $S to $lll for Sl.k Dresses; coots fsom $?t..$l?, Pants $1 W io fh. Call on or address A. Dt( AS, ilS Seventh si'enue Orders puu>."?allv ?(leaded to. Ladies aUaaOeato by Mi*. D. HOR8BS, CARRIAGES, AC. A PAIR OF COACH HOUSES FOR BALE?IN KINK condition, beuntilul travellers, klud and gentle in every re?p? I; alio, two single Horses. All will be soli very low, or will be let for the summer season to responsible par ties. Apply at 00 Weal Thirtieth street. A (BEAUTIFUL SMALL BLACK SHETLAND pony J\ for aale?Very kind unri gentle, perieetly sound, aud will be sold cheap. Call at 7titf Bath avenue. J OHM BATES. A SPLENDID GRAY SADDLE HORSE FOR sale? Warranted so mil and kind in single or double harness; nine years old. Can be seen at Pelton's stables, Broadway, corner of Tweutyse.ruth street. Apply to W. II. welleh, Confectioner, 1,121 Broadway, corner of Twenly-Hftb street. Barouche for hale.?a handsome barouche, botit by La < re nee, coat $300; In excellent order; will be aold cheap. Apply at Mulgrew's livery liable, 61 Eaat Twell ill air eel, near Broadway. QARRIAGES.?MINER * STEVENS, 72,74,76 Walker street, first door east of Broad way, Manufacturer* of first class Carriages aud light Wagons. /CARRIAGES?AT VERY LOW PRICES, SUCH AS \J four and six neu Kockaways, various patterns; Doc tors' Ph.i tons, Tup Buggies, ruM Waggons, Ac., of uiutfl lent make and finish, both new and (ecoud band, at the new salesroom of E4KA LUDLOW, Jr., 96 Liberty street, west of Broadway. For sale-a very fine bay mare, seven years old, all ?ound and kind, fifteen bands three incbea bitih, a nice traveller, and lit lor any kind of work or dri ving; must be old as ihe owner has no use tor ber. Apply to WM. K1IKRWOOD, 40 Sprue:' street. New York; or to GEORGE W. MUMLi, 5V Fulton street, Brooklyn. For sale-a dark brown saddle mare, of Flylug Cloud alouk, 15>? bands blgli, kind and sound. To be a en at Peiton s stable., No. 6 Eaat Tweuiy-liist Street, until sold. FOR SALE?THE PROPERTY OP A GENTLEMAN ubout leaving town, a :>ay Horse, 15X bauds high; war rant d / omul, kind mid gentle; bas trot led In 2:;U)?\ war runted to trot in - 40. Can be seen at Brown's stables, corner of B.ireum and SUto streets, Brooklyn T7I0R SALli?A handsome PAIR OF SOBBEL HORSES, X1 long tai.s, seveu and eight years ol t, 10>a hands hlg", sound and j_. ntl< in every particular: also a bund nine light open Carriage, cost $4i0, with Set of Double H iruerF, Bla.i keti, N Is, Ac , 4c. The above belong lou gentleman wbo oilers ihoui because of iea.iu; town. The esubliaumeut is altogether A deniable family turnout, and will be sold cheap. Apply ut 104 Horatio or 14 Dutc h street. ]j10R SALE-A VERY FINE PAIR OF GRAY HORSES, ? 16 hands high, lull, natural tails, close matched, fust an I very stvllsb ; they aie young, sound and kind in all bar nest, uud fully warranted. Also, several other desirable pairs, single and road horses. OilAS. E. MILLS, 34 Cedar street. For sale?200 light carriages, family bock awa>s, top und open Buggies, gro eis' and bu. invt* Wagons, depot and hotel Wa .ont; 100 sets of Harness; U) Horses, from $30"to $130 each, at 10 Nevius street aud 184 Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. ]rOR SALE?A BRIGHT BAY HORSE, 16 HANDS 7 high; extraordinary line style; warranted xouu I, kind and very gentle. Can be -eeii at i.*)! West Thiriy-sixtti street. Sold only for want of use. For s \le, for one half his value, for cash? a bay facing llor.se, 14^ nands high, 9 years old, sound, gentle aud k;nd; good saddle horse, easy ga.t and very fast in all harnes . Apply to J. hopkins, 2S2 Fourth avenue, near Twenty-second sire.:u For sale-a large bay horse, 17 hands high. six years old, warranted sound, kind an 1 last, suitable for acoupe. express or family use; sold tor want of use lor half Ills value. Apply at II. A. Fuller A Co.'s stable, 282 East Broadway, corner Gouverneur street. For sale-a new central park phaeton or i'ax Cart; also new and second baud top wagons. 62 West Twenty-fifth yreet For sale-an express WAGON nearly NEW; also a Rockaway Carriage, for one or two horses, with a Double tkt of Harness. Apply at No. &i Third avenue. K. B. STEAD. BIOR SALE-A VERY HANDSOME CHILD'S CAR rlage, hubs and arms, silver plated. Will be sold very cheap, lmiuiie at 19J West Twenty-fourth street. Fob bale?a top wagon, by one op the best iuiiker# in ihe city; baa been Utile used; good lor coun try or city line. Apply at W. II. Miles' (Utile, 17 Wast Nine teenth street. OR 8ALE CHEAP-A QUAY MARE, 15 HANDS HIGH, kind uuil gcuile; 1* a good family horse. or would do for a doctor. Apply at the private liable la Barrow street, oue door from Hudson street, New York. F For sale cheap-new and second hand Corn lies, Rockaways, two aeal Wagons, with and with out tops; tophuil no top Wagons Ja?;er, and one Business Wagon. Apply at 27 Wouster street, near Grand. IpOR SALE CHEA1'?A GBBMAMTOWM BOCKAWAY, a four seat Barouche, a Road Waxon and a Coach Rixkaway, all lirst class cartage*. Apply at 141 Maiden lane, up atatrs, where the carriages can be aeen. For sale or exchange-sixteen young Horn's, just liom Canada West, from four to seven years old, fourteen to sixteen bandx high, all sound and kind; also two Matched Teams. Inquire in ihe blacksmith'* shop, No. 120 Norfolk street. House wanted?a superior ie hand horse, sound and ktud, not over 8 years old, any color but gray. Apply at No. 4 West Tiiiriteiu street. HO I FOR CENTRAL PARE.?FOR 8ALB, A NEW six scat Brett at a very low llgure, as tlm owner ;s ai>out to leave the city. To be seen at Locuwood's, Third avenue, corner 127th street. Harlem. NEW YORK TATTERSAUiS' STABLES, CORNER OP Slxtnaienue and Xliliiy-uintu street.?H iardlng and Sale > abl. H. The bent attention given to Boarding and Sale Horses. Hui-ses, Wagons and Coaches to let for the road or park. Aui tton h.iles every Tuesday of Horses, Wagons, Har ness, Ac. Outdoor sales prompt1/ attended to. WM. M. LANUi-E Y, Auctioneer and Proprietor. PASTURE.?GOOD PASTURE, WITH PROPER CARE lur uursc.-, aujr b ? had from JACUB J llOfPKH, ot IlacWenitack, N.J. Reference?0. C. Grice, 122 Maedo gal , street, or C. A W. Knapp, 29d Washington, corner of Mur ray street, N. Y. PASTURE For IIOBSES TO LET.-THE UN DEB sitiMl enn uecoruuiodaie ten hones with good Pasture during the sum i.er, at $i a bead per month. Inquire of J. BBLL. 198 Merchants' row, West Washington Mantel, N. Y., or J. W. MUH.HS, lielleville, N.J. TWO VEBY FINE HORSES. IS HAND; HIGH, ARE well trained to the saddle, -a 111 drive ? i ll together or aingly; also .ne.VicotU (Carriage, one light top Buggy, h itk \\ iCn pol-s and ahatis; on* ligii ? p n Bi.g^y v\ agon, oue set Bouble and two nets SinUe 11a. neaa, and two Saddles aud Bridle., h11 In good condition. Inquire at 232 Meroer street, ut.fc. B> Place's livec.v xtabie. The thoroughbred chestnut mare rellb Americaiu, by Logan, onto: National Maul bv (iieueoe, foraak'. Kour years old. l.>'? hands, thoroughly broke to and'ile. C-in bo aeen at McDonaltfs stables, Twenty-third sir.-et. Truck wanted?a one horse flour tbuck, at 3M Pulton street, Biookijo. Wanted kob cash.?any gentleman haying a liiKt rate family Horse that he Mill warrant, and a coin anient, l aahionald ? leather top Waton or B<> kaway, with two seals, aulted to the country, to.eilier with Har ness, Ac., in nerfect order for sale, can address, with full particulars, C. IS. 11., box 212 Herald oliloe. WANTED-A HOOD HORSE, ABOUT li OR IS HANDS bUh. Any peraon hav.ng such may address, skaung prioe and style, R. 8. Whlta, box 130 Herald nOu*. WANTED?A FAMILY HOR8B; MUST BE A GOOD traveller, about It handa high, for whtcu a smaller horac and cash will be given. Apply U> Mr. TWHKDY, 131 Wuai Thirty-sixth street WANTED?A SPAN OF HORSES. IS<6 TO U HANDS, sty I. ?b travellers, rood under the aaddle, na mer sev en yeaisold, must be perfectly g-nte. Nona but tboae an swering '.lie above requirements nee I adurnsa bos 1,WM Poet 4MDoc, with price, color, speed and where to ba seen. WJ w 'ANTED?A STYLISH ENGLISH WAGON, WBEELS to turn under. Addraaa box 1.M8 Poat Ofltoe, with prlae and where to be seen. WANTED?A^ONE OB~TWO SEAT TOP rfUOGY, sliding seat preferred, lor which brandy three years old and difference in rash will be glren. Andreas, stallug prioe and where to be aeen, Carriage, Ikix S.661 l ost oOice. 'AtiON Aib COW WAIT1D.-A SHCOND HAND i i press or giooer's wagon, price lib or leas: also a good milch with cow, not over < yeara old, prioe net over IU Adilrraa, particulars, postage paid, Farm, Union square Poat 10 NBVINS STBEET MS 184 Fulton avenue, Brooklyn. JTALLIONI. JUPITER (THE SIRE OP LADY B?MA, WHO HAS Just made one of the beet raoes on record), Is standing at ths farm of hi? owner, at Copake. Columbia county, New York, at $2ft rt>e scuaon. Mares can no shipped direct to Co pake by tne Harlem Railroad, or seat to Hudson by boat, care of C. H. Miller, Worth House. For full particulars ad dress SyUrester H. Wiloot, Copake, or James D. MoMana, l-.il ayettWIall, New York. THE CELEBRATED TROTTING STALLION NOBMAN, (he sire of I'rlm e John, Lady Norman and Hell of Bicbmond-will stand at tha tarm of CHAS. W. BATHGATE, For>lhani, Westchester county, at SftO the eeaaon. A Die* OOODB. BMY, NAVY AND TRAVELLING SHIBTS. Fine drtai Shirts and t ollan. ZEPHYB HKBINOTUNDEBSQIBTS. Superior silk Undershirts. FINE LISLE THREAD fNDEBSBUM. Gause merino Underdraws!*. LINBW AMD JEAN~DRAWERS. Angola Flannel Drawers, CRAVATS, BCABFH AND TIM. Umbrellas and Suspenders. MONEY AND BIDING BELTS. Robes de Chamtire, Shawls. GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS. Frrnch and Engllah Half Hoaa. POPULAR aOOD8~Vr~POPULAB PRICES. I NIOW ADAMS, No. M7 Broadway. MILLINERY, &C. Mrs. J R. Davidson, 12s rlekckbr street, pur poses to sell the remainder of her exteutivn and ele Bnt selection of summer Bonnets at a very gveat reduc 11. MKH. 8. B. DAVIDSON, 12ft niceokar street, west ,.f Broadway. MII.L1NEIW.-A LADY. WITH 1 R9M TO $1 200 in fflrnlshlng and fancy i nods, Wo-ihl like a first i la?s nitllincr to |oln Iter, with a mnali Kinoiiet of eapluil, in npan? m?t a niiUtn ry in ctfnSecthm with the above. Address J. V., ?tatiou E, appointidg an interview. _ loirpu ?. ^ London mhibitioi*. RETIRN TICKETS, LONDON AND BACK. Klulrlam $M Third ci.-i.rn> ? M Steam wn'ilv to Liverpool, touching at Queeuslown (Cork Harbor). The Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steam ship Company luieud deajjatohlog their full powered Clyd* built Iron "Uaiuahiiis tut follows ? KANOAKOO Saturday, Jau T> CITY OK NKW VOHK Saturday, June i? CITY OF WASHINGTON Saturday, June 21 and every succeeding Saturday, at noon, from pier 41 North river. K4TX4 or FASSSOB. First cabin $76 I 8ieerage . $99 Do. to London rtu Ho. to London ... 8g Do. to Paris H5 I Do. to i'arls 38 Do. to Hamburg... 851 Do. to Hamburg... 36 Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, 4c., at equally low rates. Rates from Liver|Hx>l or Uoe n slow n?First cabin, $75, $85and$lUS. Steerage from Liverpool, $40. From Queens-, town, $30. Tickets am be l>oiigut heir at these rates, en a blum i?ople to send lor tlielr friends. These steamer* have superl'T accommodations for pastas ?era. are strongly built iu ? ater-tight Iron sections, and oar-? ry patent lire anulhlialors. 10 perleuoed surgeons are at*1, tached to each steamer. for further Information apply In Liverpool to WILLIAJC' INMAN, agent, 23 Water street; in Glasgow to ALEX. MAL colm, No. 5 8u Enoch square; in Qui-rnslowu tot'. AW., D. SEYMOUR A CO.; In Union to EIVE9 * MACEY, ?' King William street; in Paris to JULES DEOOUE, No. 6 Place de la Hours*; In Philadelphia to JOHN G. DALE, U&< Walnut street; or at the company's oin<vs. JOHN O. DAI.K, Agsnt, is Broadway, N. Y. The north German lloyds- kteamship^nevt YOlt K, G. Wenke, commander, carrying the United BtataA mall, will aall from pier 90 Nortu river, loot of Chamber* street, on SATURDAY, June 7, at U o'clock K., BREMEN, YIA'sOUTHAMPTON, taking passengers to LONDON f HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEX at the following rate*.? For the first cabin, $100; second eabiu, 60; steerage, $35. ftr^h^pu^^ M 0Q MBr(mdttrML_ HAMBUEG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY.-STEAlT to London, Hamburg. Havre and Southampton. Tha favorite first class and elegant Iron mail steamship SAX ONIA, H. Ehler-t con:mam!er, carrying the United States mail, sriils JJroiu pier No 21, Nortn liver, foot of Fultoa street, positively "U .-nturday, the 14th June, an! takes pas sengers for Lond?u, Hamburg, Havre and Southampton at the following rates ? First c.min $100 f<? ond cabin M Steerage air The BAVARIA will succeed the SAXONIA on June 28. For passage apply exclusively to ^ ^ 161 Broadway, New York. COMMENCING MAY 1, 1802. NEW ARRANGEMENT. FOR california, VIA PANAMA. For the better accommodation of the lar^e number of pM ple now emigrating to the. gold mining districts of California and British Columbia, FOUR steamers p. r month will I despatched from New Yort and from San Francisco ? tlvely, instead of three, aa heretofore. Regular days of departure trom New York, on the 1st, $lh? 16th and 21th, except when these dates fall on Sunday, whem the day of departure will be the Monday following. For frek-ht or passage apply at the only oBUe of the line. Mo. 8 Bowling Green, New York. D. B. ALLEN, Agent FOR liverpool? DltKADNOUiiHT LINE.?THB splendid clipper Ship \ It; f OR Y. Uai.u Little, will posl tively sail 011 the 12th or June. For pas a :??, at lowest ratea applv on hoard, pier Mo. 5-North river, or to P. M. DEMA REST, 4U South street. IIOR LIVERPOOL-DRAMATIC LINE.?THE MAONIK ' lcent clipper ship AL'KO HA, Captain Barker, wiU posi tively -iiil the lulli of June, having nne>|Ualled accommoila tions for cabin and second cabin pa-seng i n. Apply on board. Pier 14, East river, or to C. A. TEN EYi'K. 67 South street. XLINE FOR -LONDOn'-THE FAVORITE SHIP DAMEI. WEBSTER, at pier 17 East river, foot of l'lne street, sails Monday, June 9. For passage to or from the Old Country at low rate*, or drafts on England or Ire land, apply toTAPSCOTT A CO., M South street. Australia.-" kangaroo line," for kcl. bourne.?The splendid, flrat class ship INDIANA, 1,009 tons, Uobron, muster, will be dc?paicne<! on 21st instant* The only Vessel olading; accommodations simeiior and priea of passligo low. Apply on 1 ourd, pier 11 East river, or to MAILLEK, LURE * QUEREAU, 108 Wall street. Lord * Co.. consignees, at Melbourne. Steamship great eastern.-per.sons desibino to select state rooms for the next trip nf this vessel frosa New York to Liverpool, can do so at the olllce, No. 7 Broad way. CHAS. A. WHiTNEY, for the Agents. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. i PARTNER WANTED-EITHER SPECIAL OR ACTIVE, in a well ea'aUlished pi oft table olbue. Bualne** paying over $3,i.00 |?r annum. $2,000 ?ai.h required. A ldress for three days, with real name, Protit. box 161 Herald office. TUB SUBSCRIBERS HAVE FORMED ? PARTNER ship In the lobbing and retail grocery baiinau under the tlrm of Mowbray A Pechharn, to be oouducted at No. A# Fulton street. JOHN MOWBRAY, New York. June,1,1862. W. FRANK PECKHAM. The advertiser would employ his services and Borne capital a* partner In an established fruit, vegetable or similar business, in one of the ci.y markets, ur elsewhere; can give tint ra.n reference, Ac. Address A M., box 11! Herald o.llce. flto-AN OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED TO IW vest this amount In a pleasant, legitimate occu pal.on, netting to one or two |wUes from $1,600 to$2,60S per annum. Apply personally at the office Ounjah-WallaM Company, room No. 1, Mil Broadway, second lioor. ?THIS AMOUNT, AND THE SERVICES OP iJJOUv. an active gentleman, will secuie a branch bu smen of a large establishment In this city, now doing % b sluess or $23,000 per annum. Address Legitimate, box 1JS Herald office. < ?')nn ?PARTNER WANTED, IN A CASH ENTER ?JOUU, prise, whereby $l'J,0u0 wnl be realized >n twir months. A sure tiling, aa will be sbowuby nositiv* proof. $350 Call immediately at Uti and M Broadway, roam No. (, up stairs. -AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A FORTUNE ? Is offered to any gentleman with a bunt Una amount; no rink whatever, being ?.jih ti.iug entirely ne?r and novel; will clear $1,000 weekly. Appiy to W. M AIT LAND. 104 Broadway. -A PRACTICAL BUSINESS M^N WOULD employ this amount and ins a rvioes In soma profitable cssli traalnega, permanent and respectable; win $500. eventually control more capital. Address Merchant, box 177 Herald office. (C(IO ?partner wantkd-a reliable man, <T<JUU. religiously Inclined, as aasisiaat in a pleasant rush business, without companion ami now paying from $&t) to $7S per week above uxpem-es. The best of ir.terenua ?iveu and required. Address, with real name, It, box 17S [erald office. (C7nn -A PARTNER WASHED, TO JOIN THE AD J "U. Tertlser In a highly proiktable b.siaeas already started, that will pa, a handsome print. Also large army conim ts can be obtained. Kor particulars apply at Na, IV Broadway, in the basement. ? CQnn ?PARTNER wanted-a gentleman iJIOUU. with'tbisamount In cash, may secure au interest In a respectable bitumen without risk or > ompetitlun, whlca pay* uvt-r$i(X; per m .nth. F?r particulaia apply te blMON BOLIVAR, Sij Broadway, oflToe ilV $1 Hflft -WANTED,' a PARTNER IN A FIRST iPl.UUU. cast, tea coffee and provision store, or would, take a clerk wnhtCUO to loan on (heWt Ms-.i.riy; the money to be Invested la the store. Address L. F. C., box 2)0 Herat* office. (J?I OftA -TURKISH BATHS.?THE WELL KNOWlff principal of one of the ilnesl establishment* In Una city?marble building, elegantly lurnlshed?slshe* a gentleman with this amount to eater Into equal partnership with him in starting the gentiin.- Turkish Bath. Over $2 000 worth of patrons already secutad. Can be started within thirty daye, and will clear $2A.<JOO during the year 1MB. Re ferences reouireO. The muet atopic purity aud hli references given. Address Lorillard, box 2IM Herald ate* HEW PVBLICATIOSIS. 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