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TUB REBELUOS.
AttenrtoN, kkcbuitinu om< -bkh.
OUi IB wiving companies ur pa u if companies anxious
to get into toe held, will ao we.l t > spp y ..t.c uw to Colonel
?George A Buckm hum. of the Vosbui lt rh:i?s nra, Ki th
Eagle bri.-.mle, Fi iv thirl regiment New York Volunteer*
Tiiis brigade I* now In ?!>? tie.d tutu this rcglmeni will i ..me
diately proceed to join tin* tour.
Colo .il GEO. A. BUCKINGHAM.
Headquarters 82 Uro.tnuy; ramp at Camp ttoroggs, Red
House, Harlem.
ATTENTION?PATRIOTS ALL.
Yuar ' outiiri rutin you to the rescue.
PHG.NIX REGIMENT.
CO it ORAN ZO I A. l-'S.
FOURTH KLU1JIEM' PIIlENlX BRIGADE.
Col. Jauuij C. Ej.i.' Ltuui. Col. .11. O. Smith.
COMPANY K
want* a few more rc-rne. Tin* company is officered by
men who have men nctli ?? service.
The above splendid regiment i? exclusively Irmh, and it
accepted forth) .nr. and is the ouly 11 Uh region ni now
being raised tiuder the late call el the President.
Remits received thrlY at th? corner of West Broadway
' aud Leonard street, i y
Lient. At. PKMHERTON. Recruiting Officer.
The mo-d liberal Indtiertueuts o oo.l men.
A frit competent ineu us nou-coiuiuissioiiotl officers want
? 3d. Apply early.
Families of volunteers attend d to.
ATTENTION!?WANTP.I). TO KILL VACANCIES IN
Company C, Cu, t Mans:ie!il, Fl ly-third regiment, N.
Y. V., "Vusburgh Chasseurs," Co'. Ilu kingham, Hvo Ser
geants, three i orporais and hfteeu goo I meu. Company ml.
ready tnus-ered into service. T.'iose joi dug will revolve %1
? a ll in Itan 1, $2 bounty, ndva n*e pa S ?l uud $25 govern,
inent bounty, w oner in this le..uncut, us it is the most com.
Slet'-of any u: ganlzlng. t'av, $13 to $23 per mouth, and
1 Ml to $3 per w. ek loyoJtrfamhy. Regularartnv uoifortu.
Keglineni to l ave soon. C.nnp ul lOilli street and Sir uud
. avenue, Red House. Members of tuls I'onipmy now absent
will rrpoit before the 1st oi ai.c-jhi, or be treated us de.-er
ters arid advertised as sn< b. Tii ? to Imcut is about hel-ia
paid oif. and tno e returning will receive fill! pay and g> oil
treatment. Ex ermnc-.i - r uumer* wanted. Apply toLten
tenso- S. W. Mcl'llt SliN (late ol the Seventh regnn-nt
N. Y. I. M ). .ilrcuit.ii-; o h<;o 112 Walker street, nor It
enatoorner Centra struct, and at tent in the City Hull Purk
ATTENTION.
PHiFNIX REGIMENT.
PATRIOTS, COUNTRYMEN AND 0ITIZEN8,
Theie is now no excuse for am, even the poorest, lor not
. jouitug the N itio.ial Army.
$30 hoiinty from the State,
ho bounty front the United States.
13 (one month's pay) u advance.
2 hand money, on enrolment.
Making $!Hl on i eintt mnsier-d Into the ?-rrtce.
THIS BEBFLLION MUSI' AND WILL HE CRUSHED.
IRISHMEN, TO 1HE RESOLE.
This regiment wits organized by the ( allant Corcoran, t nd
should be the .rand raliyln point for all true sons of Eriu.
A few recruits wanted for Company K, Fourth regiment
Empire brigade.
CORCORAN ZOUAVES. .
This soletidid re .itiicnt b Intended to he exclusively Irish.
Tin- stall and company ollicers arc all Irish, and have se nt,
without a single exception, active service. A few non-com.
missioned ollicers ? nmini.
Apply early to Lieutenant JOHN CANTY, Recruiting
?OBicer, 123 Cherry street.
A FEW MORE RESPECTABLE YOUNG MEN WANTED,
to complete a compuny 11 lie attached to Spiuola's Em
pire brigade. Pay from $13 to $d! per month; $.18 bounty In
advance, and $73 when discharged. A few nnn-rommlaslun.
ed Olllccirs' posts vacant. Tnnsi- who wish thein will have to
apply early to Lieutenant FiELD, No 3 Whitehall street,
New York,and 27 Ailauile street, Brooklyn.
COMPANY A. THIRD REGIMENT. EMPIRE Br.I
cade (Corcoran Zouave-1.?All members of this compa
ny who have absented themselves front camp without leave,
will immediately report to the officer cnrnoiuuding toe po?t
at East New Yu-k, under p nalty of being deemed as desert
?orn uud punished avoiding to the nriicles oT war, us a gene
ral court martial may determine. By order of
Capi. C J. DUN LEAVY. Co. A,
Third Kevlrnent. Empire Brigade.
Twcnty.Rvc stoot, nb'e bodied men wanted, to hll up this
(glorious, trui ? l od.il Irish c irnpany. Nnw|ls the ;into for
'the Tippe:arv boys that noteendured the hardships of blieve
gammon and Baflengurry, to rally to tho standard of their
a InptcJ country.
A a'y t> Crpt. C. J. DUNLEAVT, or to
LieuL \VM. K. 1'ElteeW.
No. 48 Centre au-1 W Park streets. New York,
JLnd L'eiU. WM. BUTCHER,
No. 170 Joralemou stteel, Brooklyn.
COMPANY C, COL. OI.MSTEAD'.S REGIMENT, Sl'I
nola Brlgune, Thurlow Weed GuarJ.?Recruits wanted
lor the above compuny Immediately.
TwoSer;,euots aanted. Twenty men wanted. Promotions
frem the rank
It is the int. ution of rovcroinent to give the recruit the
moment he Is uiu t -red In the $;'>8uite biunty, one month's
pay in advance?$13. and $75 lio iuty. Relief Tickets is.
titled to lamilies iriinnalhituiy. Pay, Rations and Uniiornts
famished tmmedlatnly.
Come along Now is the time to get your $S8 when you
are mustered.
Recruiting office, 516 Canal street.
First Lieut. E. D. AVERET.L.
Late Seventy-"rat New York State Uiiltia.
COMPANY H.
HAIsLBCK GUARD, COLONEL PEI1NER.
Recruits wanted tor Compatt ? H, Immediately. Non-com
nils.,iooed idlleeri and rnusi ans wuttt. d at once. Pay and
rat).ins rntuiie nee on enrollu.eiit. Olio mouth's advtineo
Pay, ninety dollars bounty be;ore leaving the state, seventy
flv? dollars hountv at >1 e end of en istinent. It is ,he iuten
Aiosi of the olbc-rs to mast) this company one of the beet in
the service. Now is the chance lo join before you are
drifted. AH the olli rrs are bxpei-ii-need soldiers.
Becruiting office at the City ilinl Pars.
Captain HOMER J08LYN.
Recrulung officer.
EMPTRB BRIGADE.-CAPTAIN MICHAEL MURPHY,
so well known in military c,ripen, inu-.n is inu-tertng his
-eompariy into the United Biales service, on Friday, the 25ih
fust., so as give them the $.'U State bounty; they ml also get
:$13 i*y in aavan c, and when innstcred iuto service $2.. out
o{ the $1(1) bounty lor service iu the United Slate-, army.
Call and s< e. the Capt in at 75 Div sl >n St., and he will bring
you immediately to Whit" : treet, gv- you inuatered Into ser
?vice, give you th- projier documents lo get relief for your
families. No cripples need apply, as Dr. Mott is In attend*
asnce. The musterlug oilioer luitny appointed (Lieutenant
Keti.ist.in) laalwavson I.sod. and his gentl-manly deport
ment and business like habits are the v dm ration of every sol
dier. Mlv HAUL MURPHY,
Captnin Co. C, Third regimeDt Empire Brigade.
FIRST REGIMENT NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS,
Col. Wi Haul Curney.
This fine regiment is now in want of itrst class men, aa It
f.a designed to have It In the held at once. Measures are liv
ing adopted by which recruits shall receive the government
sand Slate bounties wi'h as lltt.e delay as possible. Pay from
(late of enrolment. Quarters and rations furnished imme
diately at Camp Washington, S.I. Kecruitfn' station. 57
Oreat Jones street. Regimental headquarters, Mozart Hall,
814 Broadway.
JOHN Z. RODKR, Recruiting Officer.
ORINNELL GUARD.
HgADaL'SBTgra. 33 Crrr Hall Plato.
I am authorized by the Co-, ern.u and the Connnander-in.
?Chief to miae a company under Geueral Orders, No. 53,
Cor three years or during the war. A good opnortunily for
Ctliotlc young men to ?errr under a practical officer, who
a seen active service here and in the old country, and who
b -ars the best recommendations, which will satisfy any one
Interested. A. P. Z1MANDY, Captain,
Recruiting Officer.
J. TsoaoxrALVt Pat, Flrat L entenani.
$3u bounty, of which half will be paid after tha recruit is
<?><atered, the other at the time of going to war.
Branch offices, M Mott street and IkS Fulton street.
H
EADQUARTERS NINTH REGIMENT DISTRICT,
Goshen. Jucy 14. 1*U.?I beg to notify my old irienrta,
sihipmaUts and fellow soldb-rs that I am duly authorized to
ral*<- a regiment in this district, sad have started fairly.
<1ommuairallona will reach me addressed as above or to
Mewburg, Orange oounty. N. Y.
A. VAN HORNE ELLIS.
Colonel Ninth Regiment District.
TTBAIXJU ARTE US,
JJ. UALI.lilK GUARD, 475 BROADWAY^
COLONEL ELI AS PE1&LNKK.
The Colonel intends to u.uke this regiment the firtt ready
tar service, and one of the best In every respect. 8urh ofli
?eraonly mil be received a* are acquainted wlih their duties
?and whose character Is known. The country needs h nest,
brave men, and need* them now. The country Is In a criti
cal condition, ami needs every soldier. Come forward then,
atonee, men or all classes and callings,
$115 bounty, before the regiment leave* New York, Is
Ruarsnteed to every man.
Men of Hew York, oomo forward. All the asslttanoe and
bounties grunted by the United State* government aud by
4he Slate, county and city authorities will bo fully secured to
our men and officers.
Regimental Camp, Tnrlle Ray Park, Forty-flfth street and
Second avenue. Regimental Headquarters, 574 Broadway,
Opposite the Metropolitan Hotel. Recruits wantad.
KLIAS 1'ElsiSNKK. Colonel Commanding.
ONWARD TO WASHINGTON.?A FEW RECRUITS
wan ed for Company U, Fourth regiment New York
Volunteers. Heavy Artillery, Colonel Thos. D. Doubleday,
now la g rrison at Fort Corcoran, Va., and the sui rounding
forts.
This regiment, being already In service, offers greater ad
vantage- than any of those under the r cent call of the l're
Oideat. Relief for lanull s from the city.
$dd paid ou Joining the regiment at Washington.
Quarters and rations and two suits of clothing furnished
Immediately after enlistment.
Good portions fur those who have seen service.
Aid --bodied men, between IS and 4ft. apply Immediately at
4he Company Headquarters. 171 Canal -Poet. near Elisabeth.
EDWARD F. YltUNU, Captain Commanding.
jpiKBNIX REGIMENT.
CORCORAN ZOUAVES.
Fourth Regiment Empire Brigade
PATRIOTS, AROUSE.
All you brave fighting men who Intend to enlist In this
regiment, fall into the ranks of Cspt. Roddy's company.
There la net a day to be lost. Time Is precious and delay la
dangerous at sticu a moment as this. Capt. Reddy wants a
few good men, who are experienced, to be promoted to ser
geants and corporate. This will he one of the best fighting
companies In the regiment, as Capt Keddy has bad many
years eipertea-e In regular and actual service. There can
on no doubt but that his company wllb present a bold tmnt
under the command of our gallant and eipenenced superior
?officers, Col. Jaa. C. Ilurke sod Lieutenant Colonel M. D.
Smith, and that we will 1 -ave our mark II we-evrr meet the
end gen
menls, amounting In all lo$177, will be paid to all who may
enlist <n ray company ami pa-s medical Inspection. Also,
rdlef tickets furnished at once. No more excuse for sinter
ing irorn want of being paid your relief from the Bute. No
tuition nn ? ne lace of tne cartn pays, clothes and feeds her sol
diers bell- r tbsn th? United d ate-of America. Arouse, then,
frem ell otccr considerations, forward to the rescue of your
country, and enroll your names with me at my office, No. M
W ilker Mi net, corner of Flm.
A tlrst and second lleii'enant wanted.
Capt. JAMES V REDDY, Reeruitlng Offioer.
Rally, rally.
IMlffiNIX RKCIMENT,
Attach- d to the Empire Brigade.
28 able hodlod nti wanted, to Join Company 0, of the
??bore regiment.
*51) cash, bounty from the Oovcrnor of the Htata.
av from 813 to f.'S per month, In advance.
S7-'> iKt.inly when dtsc'iarged.
?r> bounty w h- ii company la being mustered in.
%l hand moimy.
Keliet t cket- signed by the Colonel of the regiment for
'the families oi rolunteer*, an I tho Interests of the men will
be taken - arc ol by tha Cap alu of this Company.
Quarters and subsistence, tran-pni txtlmi to camp (East
New York), a new and baantlfnl uniform. All promotions
made from the ranks. Recruiting office corner of Morris
and West streets, where f shall be prepared to recruit all
men wishing to J- In my eoninwnd.
C pt.JGHN McC.i M LR'DGE, Recruiting Officer.
Rally for tub union.
$t0 State bounty paid Immediately to each recruit,
and $1.1 (one month's pay) paid to each recruit as soon
Us the coni| any is mustered.
$J5 (one font th l of the $10) bounty paid to each recruit
upni the must-ring ol the regiment, to ba paid before the
refitment leuves lor lh" seal of war.
Good quarter*, ih ndant rations and handaome uniforms
(mmedistefv provided.
Non.eoimmssloned olfie rs wsnted; also a good wagoner.
Relief Ui kcis Issued lor the ben -fit of families us soon at
the reruns sre sworn Into aetiIce.
Iliri bo inly to es-h recruit when discharged.
I ply lo Is \ AO L. TAYLOR, Haptain Oqmpaay D, Slan
ten Legioa, Mi Wast tirssb eomsr uf Harrison.
THE REDELIiloa.
TH0KLOW WEED GOAKD, EM
TJ BADQUaRTUR.-) T1 ...
I I pi,e Bi igude, o- W niu? street. Julv 17. 1Ho2. ?There a>?
? lew vacant: > * iu ll.ui regimes!, 1 or officers. sti.l e. mi. Tns
rr,i tieul is in a nood way towards eariy coin p.etiou. mi l
will be the llrat to take tli? field under mf last cat 01 ike
Fr. ?hliti ui. By making early application at these hcadmtiir
lers a Imv food Olll < r?, who nave men already enlisted or
wlin can Immediately control any, e n aeeure podtloo*. and
every facility lui ulaued luew f ?rrecruhtng iheir cum an la
W. B. ULMSTEAD, ColoueL.
JFINOLA'g EM PI HE BRIGADE.
WAR, WAR, WAR
HO. U GREENWICH STREET,
Company D.
: Lie?
HtLLlIOU.SU LI.Jill INFANTRY.
CoL P. J. Cloassen. Co amandin*.
Danieir. Nl.i vi.iI.hu, i irat Lieutenant.
RECP.UIT3 WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
J..'hi CASH TO EACH RECRUIT
JOINING MY COMMAND Men of New Yoi It. jour
lileiMlii,, country cull* upon you to rally to l.er succor Now
is vour tin ? to allow to the world thai li daea not require a
draft within the Union lines to crush tliia agamic rebellion.
Coiiia forward, oin an i all, to the call of your country.
Fil ly dollars caah will be paid at once, fu adotiian to relief
tickets for families. Thus u'.l excuses on accouut of family
destitution will la* done away with.
Also, lrom $i:< to pay in advsnee.
Two dollars nillid money.
Forty ants per day commutation of rations Clothing of
the very best material.
F' make all 1 Yes. i reti your mothers, sweethearts, sisters,
wives, and come and uieet with a soldier's reward. Victory
and glory await vou.
DANIEL C. MOYNIHAN, First Lieutenant,
R-eruiting officer,
No. Ill Qrqpnwlch street.
SPINOLA'S EMPIRE BRIGADE.
UlLLJlOUsE HdllT INFANTRY,
Col. P. O. Cla.iss' n, commanding.
RECRUITS WANTED IMMEDIATELY
FOR COMPANY C OF THId
SPLENDID REGIMENT.
Pay $13 to $23 a month from day of nnilstment. ?
United States Iiounty $liU?$2& of wbicb and uno month's
pin will be given in advance.
Slate bounty $!0, will be paid at once when mustrred in.
Com:(triable quarters furnished st Camp Edwards Pierre
pout, Earn New York.
Clothing and subsistence as soon as mustered in.
Promotions from the ranks.
Officers are ovperleneed.
Capt. II. C.COOPER, 123 West Broadway, > Recruiting
Lieut G. II. SWORDS, Jr., 88South street, I Olllcers.
SPINOLA'S EMPIRE BRIGADE.? RECRUITS WANT
ed, to till up Company A, Hlllhou ie LI ,ht Iniantry, P.
J. Claasseu. Co onel Commanding.|fl'his will be the first regi
ment in the held under the last cci ol the President. Now
ts the time, true lovers of your country, to volunteer in its
receive $9 "
defence. Recruits receive $90 In advance, and clothing, ra
tions and medical a'teuduuoe as soon as mustered. All
young men. between the ages of 13 and 43, cannot do better
than by calling upon Captain (IKO. MICHA,
Corner Chamfers anil Widiam streets.
Or Firm Lieutenant R. BOGAKDLS,
At C. Miller's, Hid New Canal Street, near Bowery.
SP1N0LA S EMPIRE BRIGADE.
WaR, WAR, WAR
PI HEN 1X REGIMENT.
CORCORAN ZOUAVES. FOURTH REGIMENT, EMPIRE
BRIGADE.
COLONEL JAMES C. Bi RKE, COMMANDING.
DANIEL C. MOYNIHAN, FIRST LILIU'I ENANT, RE
CRUITING OFFICER.
No. le. Greenwich street,
RECRUITS WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
$cash to each meruit joining my corn.nana.
Men oh New York?Your bleeding country calls upon you
to rnlly to her sti cor. N.uv is your time to show to the
world'it does not require a draft within the Union lines to
crush this ,v'i antic rebellion.
COME FORWARD, ONE AND ALL, TO THE CALL OF
YOUR COUNTRY.
Irishmen, your strong right hand s needed to-dny before
Richmond. The blood of thou.atnd of y nr fellow country
men tries to yon lor vengeance. T:.e land of your adop.
tlon?vour on'y hope on earth?stretclses forth her shattered
arms to you and implores you that, as she has ludped you
and cheilshed you iu your day of distress, that you will liow
leap lor .vur l to her rescue in this her hour o: need. Shall
thatcail be in vain? Will you pay back part of the ohllga
thins you owe her? A happy home, free speech, your religion
tolerated nod respected, your peoiile elevated to the highest
position m the land?all this has she done for you and yours,
and will you be recreant to nil the virtues of humanity and
gratitude, and allow the most glorious laud, the freest go
vernment, the perlectiou of human hunpinessthe world has
ever seen, to he polluted, rent asunder und crushed by the
worst despotism?aye lar worse than sunny Erin ever
endured?
Remember this cursed rebellion Is fostered and nourished
b. our herediotiy enemy, Englaud; remember her slrtns and
money fan aud keep alive this unholy war, and now she
says she is going to tase u hand In. God grant she may.
Irishmen, the opportunity so long sought for dawns at last.
The cull we make upon you to-day for our homes and Ure
al ? a will be promptly responded to.
The PhuMiik, the mother of brave Irishmen, calls upon her
children of 'At to rally round her Green Banner, and, march
ing side by side with the Stars and Strips, rurrv the uiuaio
of the Union to tbe utmost I oundurh-r. of the land.
$A,i cash from the State, $25 when regiment is mustered in,
In addition to relief tickets for fumillt-a, thus all excuses on
account of family destitution will lie done uway vvUh. Also
from $13 to $21! pay in advance, $2 hand money, or any man
bringing a recruit to the othce will receive $3; 40 cents per
day lor commutation of ratious. Clothing very beat ma
terials.
Forsake all. Yes, even your mother's, sweetheart*, wives
anil sisters, und come and meet a soldiers reward.
Victory and glory await yon. DANIEL C. MoYNIHAN,
First Lieutenant. Recruiting Officer,
18 GREENWICH STREET.
SPINOLA'S EMPIRE BRIGADE.?ALL PERSONS DB
slrous of serving their country, in this her hour of need,
can have no better opportunity of doing so than joining tbe
above named corps. The pay ranging from $13 to $23 per
mouth. It require* fifty able Bodied men to render the com
pany complete. $100 bounty will be paid at the expiration
of the war, and one month's p&v Immediately ou being mus
tered ln>o the service. Military headquarters. "Mercer House,
roruer Broome and Mercer streets. All applications made to
Captain JAMBS J. O'MALLKY. Recruiting Officer.
STANTON LEGION, ELEVENTH REGIMENT NEW
York Slate Volunteers, Colonel Win. H. Alien.?Come
one and a".., to your country's call and rally to the first regi
ment ready under the new call. Recruits, recruits. Want
ed, 25 good able bodied men, to complete Company D of
this regimen', which will profiabiv leave for the seal ot war
during the nest three weeks. This command is organized
according to the new regulations of the ruguiar army. Fifty
doll in bounty from the Slate as soon as mustered in. Fro
lno'ions to the rank of lieutenant made lrom the rank and
file. This rule will be strictly adhered to by the Colonel
while the regiment is In the field. It will be remembered
that Colonel Allen raised the First regiment, N. Y. V., now
before Richmond, and the evidence of the treatment of his
men while In command is sufficient guarantee to men enlist
lug now. Pay from $13 to $23 per month; one month's pay
is mustered In; also $35 when
in advance wnen the company i _
tli - regiment is mustered In, and $73 at the expiration of the
war. Relief tickets worth from $1 30 to $3 per week fur
nished imtued ateiy to families. Good rations, clothing and
unit' im issued at ones. Quarters at Camp New Dorp,
Su-iten Island. Apply to Lieutenant C. FOWLER BRKN
3 Broad
NEN, 412 and 545 Broadway.
Third reoiment, spinol.vs empire brigade
"The Union, il must and shall be preserved."
Thirty young Men wanted, to nil up Company B.
This will be the first regiment in the IteU trom New fork,
and it Is earnestly hoped that the young men of New York
and vicinity (under the present inducements) will come
forward and join a company, under experienced oOcers, to
put down this wicked rebellion, which haa been brought
about by such men as Wendell Phillips, Horace Greeley,
Henry w. Beecber and a host of other abolition traitors.
A bounty of $?> will be given, under the recent order of
Governor Morgan, to each recruit upon being mustered into
service, with relief to his family. The men will be well cared
f?r at Camp Edwards Pierrepont. East New York; will be
W"U subsisted and riot bed, and placed uuder the supervision
of experienced officers. $100 bounty guaranteed at the end
of rebellion. A few nun commissioned officers wanted.
Those of eiperlence ouly need apply to
CH AS. L. FROTHING IIAM, Pint Lieutenant
and Regimental Adjutant of the New York Seventh regiment,
and late Quartermaster ot the Fifth New York cavslry.
N. B.?This regiment, which is one of the ftae in the
brigade of the "gallant rlplnola," is well worthy the attention
of those desiring to loin the Union army. Its officers are
all picked men, under the eolonelcy of Mariott N. Croft,
and, with the material of which It Is already composed, U
must, It shall, sunceed. .
Third bkoimsnt, spinol.vs empire brigade.
Colon* 1 llariou N. Crutt.
Recruits wanted for Company D of the above regiment.
This company Is commanded bran experienced officer, just
from the scat nf war, and be wishes to secure good men,
whs will receive $98 bounty when the regiment is mustered
Into service.
Pay from $13 to $31 p?r month.
Hunsiateaoe, clutbmg and good quartern furnished Imme
diately:
A tew competent men wanted for non-com missioned offi
cers.
Relief tickets furnished to the families of volunteers.
l-'or further particulars apply to
Captain W. It. MURRAY, Recruiting Officer,
No. 2 Seventh avenue.
TUP. SEVENTH SENATORIAL REGIMENTAL COM
mm. ?* b.ivlugdetermined to assist in lining up the fol
lowing regiments, vlicomposing the Excelsior Brigade,
Colonel Cochrane'a Chasseurs, tbe Duryea Zouaves, the First
Scott Life Guard, the Tenth regiment, Colonel Bendix? all
persons empowered to reerult for the same will Immediately
address either of the officers of the committee.
R. B. CONNOLLY, Chairman, 29 Bookman Street.
A. OAKKY HALL, Secretary. 117 Broadway,
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS.-WANTED. FOE
this tried and gallant corps, able-bodied Men. between
the SfiSSSj 18 and 40 > ears, not less than Ifbet IK inches
high and of good character. This corps offers superior Induco
mcnts to young men who are aatloua to serve their country.
Pay trom $13 to $14 per month, with a certainty of making
plenty of prize money. A bounty of $100 will ne paid each
recruit on receiving an honorable discharge, nnd $3 paid any
one who will bring a recruit to the office as soon as he passes
s medical eiauilnslion. Clothing and rations of the best
qua'lty. together with medical attendance, when sick, fur
nlshsd by the government. Apply st the rendezvous, No. 18
Bowery, or st tha Marine Barracks, Flushing avenue,
Brooklyn. A. GARLAND, Major Commanding.
1ST REGIMENT NATIONAL VOLUNTEER8, COLONEL
GI KNKV. an officer of ability and experience.?Volun
teers wanted for Company A. Uniforms, rations and quar
ters furnished Immedialaly on signing the roll. For bounty,
pay and reller tickets, inqurle at the office, 403 Seventh ave
nue, corner of Thirty-fifth street. E. 8. HENRY,
K. Dohalosoiv. First Lleutensut. C*PU'n A"
h. B.?Regimental Headquarters, Mozart Hall, 814 Broad
way.
1ST RBOIMENT NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS.?COL
WS. OURNEY, formerly of the Seventh regiment Na
tional Guard, and Captain First regiment United States
Chasseurs. Good, able bodledftnen wanted for Company C.
Uniforms, rations and comfortable quarters'furnished Im
mediately upon signing the roll. Alt tne government, S'ate
an*l county bounties secured to recruits. Competent men
particularly wanted for nun commissioned officers. Qnnrers
at C imp Washington, 8uen Island. Apply to FRANK K.
SMITH, late or Seventh regiment National Guard, Re
cruiting officer, 33 Main street. Brooklyn.
7QTH REGIMENT HIGHLANDERS." N. Y. V.-RE
I t7 emits wanted, to All up ihe ranks of this regiment,
now doing active duty al Newport's News, Virginia, and
ably eon mended by Colonel Addison Fsrnswortb. Able
bodied nnd respectable young men onnnot do better than
Join the above gallant corps, which h is seen some good ser
Vk c during the Inst llftcen months. Bounty money same as
any oth* r regiment In the field. Recruiting headquarters,
Mercer House, oorner of Broome and Mereer streets, N. Y.
Captsls JoStPIl LAING.
Captain R. T. SHILLINuLAW,
Re. rutting O Ulcers.
WINKS AND LIHtORI,
Notice -i have this day appointed w j.
Howell, Now 12 Houston street and 31 Heeatiian street,
city of Now York, son* agent for my Pale Ale. Ail oruers
sent to nis address will be promptly a'tended to. The public
art aanttoiiad Again*! certain designing persons, who have
eureitltiouel} obtained my casks, ni.c are fili ng them with
an ale of Inferior quality and reading the same as my manu
facture. I will guarantee none genuine unless purchased of
W. -1. Hawaii, sole agent for New York. .
Pntf.ADKl.ruiA, April 14. 1802. WM. C. RUDM AN
. . 15XIMIK3SKS.
AHURNHAM < FURNITURE ESPRES.d AND PACK.
? lie i siaiilishltieat, 111 W* it Eleven ill sheet. between
Fifth anil Sixth avenues,?Household Furniture boxed and
ebipi ed to ail parts 04 the world. Covered wagons for rs
bioi lug furniture tsio the country. Furhiiure stored.
tAI^CS AT AUCTKMI.
^ UOTIOH NOTICE.?D. D. CAULKIM. AUCTIONEER.
Large -ale of
MAGNIFICENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURU
Kt-h French Pteraud lU-ntel Mirrors
SUPERBLY CARTED RO-KAOOU PI .NOFORTE
ELEGANT SILVER PLATE An.. Ac.,
Fur h .aed at .1 cost of uv? r <1.1 UUU,
Oi. WEDNESDAY Itil .10,
At the el*gaul 1 r \ me resnlonce N 2M Wt?i Fourteenth
street, near E.giilh aveuue,
Commencing it' 3 o'clock In the aftei no in precisely.
The rale comprises Ihi rnilre contents 01 theh-un-. The
elegant 1'nrlor r uru'ture wan rumle to order, a id la in solid
rosewood. The whole will be sola to the highest bidder lor
imali. off ring extra inducement* to purchasers, n the entire
furuiiiire of the bomm is new, having all litou utadc wilUm
Six months.
Elegant rosewood eeven octave Pianoforte, with all modern
intpioveint nla, ovi rslmng base, Ac.; cost jug'; rich rone
wood Stool, covered in satin, and embroidered Cover; three
elt gam full anlia of roaevv >od Par.or furniture. in ricn
brocade and aailn; romt o..d Etugerca. sj deudid and costly
Penan Ornament*, rich Vases, Ae. Also a magnificent col
lection of rare Paiutiugs, rosewood Turkish I. i-y Chaiia, in
tine reps; rosewood Centre and Side nimble top Tablet),
richly carted.
Chamber Suits In rosewood and mahogany; Bureaus,
carved Bedsteads, Waahs auds, Sola Beds, in line iinir
cloth; len ptue lia r Mattresses, from forty to titty pounds,
made to order, In excellent condition.
Dining K??m Furniture consists of fine oak Extension
Table, SilverWare, rich Chiua, ivory and Silver Cutlery.
Forks. S)>ooub, Ac.; w ith heavy cut and engraved Glassware
of every description. No postponement.
A-e. roth, auctioneer.
L u ge sain of
ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
VELVET, BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CAI(PETS.
Thia Wednesday, July 30, at 11 o'clock precisely, a', the pri
vate residence lib West Eighth street, between fifth and
Sixth avenues, consisting of elegant rom'wnod and black
walnut Parlor Suits, covered In rich broeatel and green
figured reps; handsome Knccptlou Chairs, Turkish Chair*
and Lounge* to match, rosewood Contre and Pier Tables.
Etageres, with mirror hack-, and doors; Pier and Oval Mir
rors, Lace Curtains, Shade*, fine Oil Paintings, rich China
Vases, iwenty-one days Bronze Clock, Lady's Writing Table,
rosewood, mahogany and black walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus,
Withstands, Lounge*. Chairs, Table*, llook and corner
Stand*. Mattresses, Sofa Beds, Rockers, Clot ks. Mirrors, Tea
and Extension Tmdes, Glass, China and S.lver W ire, Table
Cutlery, walnut Sideboard, twelve oak Diq ing Chairs, Ac.
Sale posiive.
Am. b. chapman, au ctionek r.?elegant
, Household Furniture at auction, this <.ay, Wedm aday,
nt the residence 18 We t riixteeuih street, between Filth alia
Sixth avenues, at 1U% o'clock, consising of rosewood and
black walnut Parior, Chamber and oak Dining Ro.m fur
niture; Ktaecre, Bookcase, Centre Table, rosewood Piano
forte, Stool and Cover; Brussels Carpets, Paintings
Ornaments, Clocks, Lace Curtain*, Srail-.s, Stair Car
net.-, Dressing Bureaus. Wush.siauds, Ualr and Spring
Mattresses, Feather Bc.'s, Blankets, Mirrurs, Solas,
Rockers. Toilet 8?u, Easy Chairs, Lotuiges, Extension Table,
elegant assortment of ruby and crystal Glass Ware, Silver
Ware, Table Cutlery, clui.a Tea Beta, bronze Statuary, Ac.
Also an assortment ot b seineni und Kitchen Furniture.
Sale peremptory. Deposits required of all purchasers.
House to let at a low rent; possession immediately. Inquire
ot the auctioneer.
Auction sa le?by r. w. westcott, auctioneer
Peremptory sale of valnuble furniture.
Elegit lit Pianoforte, l'arior Suits. Rich Carpets,
Handsome Chambt-i Furniture, lUch Chins, Ac.,
Tills day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, at the residence IK West
Twenty-first street, near 7th avenue. This sale cm races the
entire Furniture, House Furnishing Articles, elegant Works
o: Art, Ac., of the house, which is furiosi.?d throughout
with everything desiruble for a brat cuisv leaidnine. Over
ISO yards of Carpet--, rich China, Cut Glass Cutlery, Sliver
Ware, oak D.uing Room Furniture, Ae. The whole to be
peremptorily sold to the highest bidder. Catalogues at the
house.
AM. CRIST VLAR, AUCTIONEER.-LARGE SALE OF
, city iiiao- Clothing, being the stock of a dealer retiring
fro.11 the business.?A.M. CKlSTALAR will sell on Thurs
day, July 31, at 10>? o'clock, at 24o Bowery, corner of Stan
ton street, a large assortment, consisting I11 part of Silk.
Satin, Valencia, I'ltish and Velvet Vests; Doeskin, Cassi
mere. Cloth and Satinet Pants; Frock, Sack, Business und
Overcoats, in great variety; Furnishing Goods, Neck Ties,
Shirts, Drawers, GIov-s, Stockings and a number of other
articles too uuuierous to mention.
AS. RICHARDS, AUCTIONEER.?500 CASES BOOTS
, aud Shoes. Brogan* and Gaiters nl auction, by RICH
ARDS A WIlITING, on Wednesday, July 30. at 10'^ o'clock,
at store 14 Coriluiidt street. This sale will comprise a gene
ral variety ot staple goods; also a large iuvoice 01 stock
goods. Sale without reserve.
A J. L. SMITH, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL THIS
? (luy, at 11 u'clock, the entire Furniture of a family
Riving up housekeeping, tn the private residence 17 Ninth
street, near Thirl aveuue. Sale positive, Deposit required
Irom every purchaser.
Auction notice?otas. d. davis a co. will
Shu this day, at 10.'.? o'clock, at their auetlon rooms,
William street, a general assortment of secondhand
Furniture, consisting of marble top Cha nber Suits, Bureaus,
Wardrobes, Bookcases, Centre ami otncr fables, Rockers,
Cane Chairs, Three Ply, Ingrain and Brussels Carpets: Sofa
Lounges, lot second baud Cookiug and Parlor Stoves: also
Horse, Cart and Harness.
Ijl H. LUDLOW, AUCTIONEER.
J. PROVISIONS, CLOTHING. AC.. AT AUCTION.
By order of ISAAC 11 EN UERSON, Esq., Navy Agent,
V-E? * CO. will sell at auction, on Wednesilay,
July 3-J. IKD, at 12 o'clock, at the Navy Turd, Brooklyn by
order of Isaac Henderson, Esq., Navy Agent ?
Pnovisioss.?A large quantity of Bread. Beef, Pork. Flour,
Rice, Applet, Tea. Coffee, Sugar. Butter, Beans, Deselected
Vegetables, Broad Bags, Ac.
_ ClothiTto, Ac.?Round Jackets. Jumpers. Trowsers,
Frocks, Over snd Lndor Shirts, Satinet. Flannel, Shoes,
bocks. Mattresses, Blankets, Coats, Caps, Ac.
Stom-a, AO.?A quantity ot Tobacco, Tape, Cotton,
bilk, Needles, Thimbles, Jackknives, Scissors, Shaviug
Brushes, Soap, Combs, Mesa Kettles and l'nua. Teapots,
Mustard, Blacking, Ac.
Also a lot of empty barrels and boxes.a Hat of which ean
be seen at the auctioneers' ulflee, No. 11 Pine street.
T7DWARD RINTZENICH, AUCTIONEER.
y.^AB^HORBEA, CARRIAGES snd HARNESS.
.. DAVENPORT, on Fnday, August 1, at 1 o'clock,
?t 136 and 157 Broadway, n valuable Span of English
Carriage Horses, a superb Span or Dark Bay English
Carriage Horses, the projierty of a geutleman leaving for
Europe. These elegant horses are very handsome, over 16
bauds high, perfectly matched, and thoroughly broken to
single or double harness, are free from vice sad fault of
every kind, and splendid drivers, and warranted sound, kind
and gentle in every way. Both are very excellent saddle
Mav be seen on application to the auctioneer. Also,
AN ELEGANT CHESTNUT SADDLE MARE?The pro
Eerty of the same owner as the foregoing lot. She Is 15V
ands high, sound, kind and gentle, and every way a ma?
ntficent aulmal under the saddle, afraid of nothing, and ac
customed to the discharge of ordnance aud lire arms, U re
commended In the highest manner, and warranted as de- j
scribed. A so a llrst rate driver In single or double harness. H
All the above horses were broken by a riding master of t be II
Royal liorae Artillery, and are very strongly recommended. ?
M*y be seen on application to the auctioneer.
CARRIAGES.?Several elegant, nearly new, Carriages.
HARNESS. AC.?A very elegant assort incut of Single
end Double Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Sheets,
Hoods, Ac..
Edward sintzknioh. auctioneer.
LARUE SALE OF WINKS, LIQUORS, CHAMPAGNE
_ CLARET. Oil* SOAP. uAI.OJO SEUAR8, Ac.
By C. W. DA\ KN PORT ?This day (Weduesduy), at 11
o clock, a large stock of tine Wines, Liquors, Champagnes,
CUret, Madeira, Sherry, Whiskey, Oln, Brandy, Port Win-!
Ac , In cases, casks and ullage casks, orlgtnal Green Seal
Champagne,40 basket, of do., la half pints, besides a va
riety oi similar Goods, Sweet OIL Soaps, ?c
. ^ 330,000 SEGARS
of favorite brands, Havana, Domestic and Oannan. la
Opera, Londres, Regalia, Millar Commune, Concha and other
sues. In tenth and quarter boxes. We would call the atten
tion of dealers to thla sale, all goods being warranted ac
cording to samples. Catalogues on morning of sale.
Fcolton, auctioneer?genteel household
* jr,lr.n,'ur?, n Amity street?This day (Wednesday),
f. o clock, at 31 Amity street, near Greone, the
entire furniture of the fsmlly. It will embrace in part
on? or two Parlor Suits in black walnut snd brocade or reps.
Boms, Bookcases, marble top Centra and Pier Tables, dress
ing and plain Bureaus. Carpets and Oilcloths, Oil Paintings
and Engravings, marble top Cottage Hulls, several Chande
liers and Oaa Fixtures, Extem-lou and Dining Tables, Re
frtgerators. China aud Glaasware, Cutlery, Kitchen Furni
ture, Ac., Ac. Also Brocade and Lace Cumlns^Hhades, to
gether with every article In the house. Sale will be nosi
tlvs, as the family are leaving tbe city.
>IT COLTOX, AUCTIONEER?GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD
? f urn.Uul* ??n Thursduy, July SI, at IUK o'clock, at
1.34H Broadway, between Thirty-flret and Thlrty-second sta.,
the cnUrc genteel Furniture of a family removing from the
city. It will embrace Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen Goo ls,
one or two Suits of rich rosewood Parlor Furniture in bro
cade; Velvet, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, French plate
Mirror*, Lure I'nrtuins And Cornicra. Wardrobr*. Bookcu*f*.
J-rench mahogany and black walnut Bedsteads, Feather
Bods, llair Mattresses, China and Glassware, Ac.
HENBT B. HERTS, JR. AUCTIONNER.
BY HENRY WOOD A CO.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF FURNITURE,
On Wednesday, July 30, at luk o'clock.
At 1HA Chatham street,
Comprising mahogany and walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus. Cen
tre Tables, Solas, Chairs, Clocks, OJlee Furniture, A'-.
JAMES LYNCH,
Sheriff.
JBOOAKT, AUCTIONEER. BY 8. A J. BOOART?
. Thursday, July 30, at o'clock, at the auction rooms,
the effects or an engraver's establishment, consisting of one
Copper Piste Press, one Embossing Press, three Counters
one Show Case, lot of Cards, Plates, Ac.; also, one Laths'
also, a lot of Household Furniture, Ac. *
T BOG ART, AUCTIONEER?BY 8. A J. BOOART
el . on Thursday, July 31, at 1UK o'clnok, st No. 140 West
8litefnth *lr??rt--Grntrnl household Furniture, comlaiinc of
mahogauy Sofa, Parlor Chairs, K ickers, Three-ply Carpets.
Oilcloth, Hat Stand. Looking Glass, mahogany French Bed
steads, Feather Beds, mahogany Bookrase, Extension Din
ing Table, Waahstand, ona mahogany Piano, Kitchen Fur
niture, Ac.. Ac.
PAWNBROKER'S OOOD8 AT AUCTION?A. M. ORIS"
X TALAR, auctioneer, will sell on Thursday, July 31, at
10>4 o'clock, at 346 Bow erg, corner of Stanton street, a large
'?* ?.r shipwright, wheel right and other me
eb*nica' Tools and NithnriMttcal Inntruments, bclof lbs
stock of s dealer retiring from the buninesa.
SnUIA* AlCO- AUCnONRERS.-g. HERMAN A
? CO. will sell on Prldsy. August I, at 10)4 o'clock, at their
salesroom, U Bowery, part Cargo of the steamer Marion,
consisting or about H,(*0 lbs. Virginia manufactured Plug
Tobacco, of the nnest brands, all in good order and condition*
This sale is well worthy Die attenliua of the trade. Uoods
will be sold lu lota to ault the trade.
THOMAS BELL. AUCTIONEER?BY BELlTinoBA
HAM?will sell, this day, at lllo .-lock, at 48 andifto Row
Bowery, near James street, ail the Furniture of a hotel and
boarding house Barroom and Kit-hen Furniture, one barrel
Hams, one Billiard Table, one Bagatelle Table, one Iron
Male, Mi liatstaad. Ac.
XV M. WITTERS. AUCTION ERR?WILL SELL THIS
v v day, at J o dock, st 434 Canal street, mortgage sale ot a
large quantity of Household Furniture?Pirn-Parlor Suits,
large Mirrors, Lace Curiam*, Tapestry. Three-ply Carpets,
?even CotUtge Suits, Hair Mattramrs, B-ds and Bedulng;
marble tm. Dressing Bureaus, Wardrobes, Dining Room and
Kltchon Furniture, Stoves, China, Glaas, Ac. Sale positive.
WM WITTERS, AUCTIONEER-WILL SELL ON
Friday, at l()>4 o'clnok, at dwelling house In Fourth
street, near Bio idway. all the handsome Furniture In the
above hooao, all new last May. ,
VV'M. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER, WILL HELL ON
T* Thursday, at 10Q o'clock, st IIU Third aven in all the
Parlon Chamber, Dining Room ami Kitchen Furnlini--, Ac
of the house; Parlor Suits, Centre Tables, Mirrors, Curtains
Tapestry, Three-ply and othei t'arpets. Hcd?ieada, Bi d nag.'
Bureaus. Cams, Glass, tHoking Utensils, Ac.
WM. WITTBR8, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL THIS
dav, at two o'clock, at 4.H Canal street, one Pony
Ilorse, Wagon and Ham -s?, Blankets, Siah p F irnitnre, one
set double Harness Also a lot of Furniture. Sale pc
rcrnptory.
\ V' I I.I.I AM ABBOT* UJCTIONEER?OFffcE OoTi
TT Ka-' Broadway, veils this day. at II o'clock, the stock
and llxlnros of the Liquor More corner of Thli ty-nfth street
ami III at annus, splendid W ilnut Counters, Guts. Bun
dies, Wm?s, aud all o'.hsr airanssineuu. At.
SAL.TCS AT ACCriOS.
M. UOU4NGtmKAD, AUOTIONEKK
REGULAR WEEKLY PACKAGE
AUCTION HAI.K OF OUTS AND bUOEB,
ON FRIDAYS,
BY CHARLES C WAKKKN,
NO. a C OUT L. A NOT STREET.
TUB SALE OP FRIDAY,_AUOU8T 1. WILL INCLUDE
FIFTEEN HUNDRED PACK AU EH
DESIRABLE GOODS, NOW IN ACTIVE DEMAND,
ADAPTED TO~ALL MARKETS,
Comprising, in part,
A full assortment ol
MEN'S GRAIN CAVALRY BOOT8,
EXTRA HEAVY BALMORALS,
and other goods adapted to army purpose*.
T wo hundred case*
MEN'S, BUYS' AND YOUTHS' KIP BOOTS.
Four hundredcaacu
MEN'S CALK BOOTS
Embracing every gi ade aud style, with and without Up soles.
Two hundred cases
MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' THICK AND GRAIN
BOUTS.
One hundred cases
MEN 8. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' BALMORALS,
With aud without up sole a.
One hundred eases
MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' KIP BROGAK8.
Oae hundred caeea
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S PEGGED
boots and Balmorals,
Of Calf, Kip, Goal, Kid, Grain and split.
Oae hundred cases
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' CITY MADE,
Copper nailed Boots and Balmorals,
in great variety of style.
A very choice selection of
WOMEN'S HILK UORE CONGRESS GAITERS,
Sewed Balmorals, Slippers and other popular styles.
MEN'S CANVASS ARMY FATIGUE BOOT8.
A LARGE QUANTITY of SPRING and SUMMER GOOD3,
ADAPTED TO THE CITY RETAIL TRADE.
THESE HALES WILL BE CONTINUED REGULARLY
ON FRIDAYS, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION,
DURING THE ENTIRE YEAR,
AND MY ARRANGEMENTS WILL ENABLE MB
TO OFFER EACH WEEK
AN ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS AND SHOES
WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF BUYERS
FROM EVERY SECTION OF THE COUNTRY
AND ALSO FOR PARTIES LOOKING FOR GOODS.1
ADAPTED TO THE MARKETS OF THE
WEST INDIES. MEXICO AND SOUTH AMERICA.
special notice.
GREAT SEMI ANNUAL TRADE SALE OP
FIVE THOUSAND PACKAGES BOOTS AND SHOES
WIU be held on Friday, Angus1.22. at l(Hi o'clock.
UUAKLES C. WARREN,
Auction and Commission Bool and Shoe Warehouse.
No. 22 COitlaudt street.
MUSICAL.
A HANDSOME ROSEWOOD PIANO ISTODART'S)
w ill be rente i for six months for the loan of one hun
dred dollar* for that pr riod. This Is a good opportunity to
any iicrsun wanting an instrument, as it will save that
amount of hire. Address T. J. S., Madison siptare Post
olllcc.
ACCORDEONS, FLUTINAS AND CONCERTINAS AT
great bargains. New A" Ordeon Songster, 60c; dime
Violin Books, lu numbers; Hihcrnla Collection, violin, 60c.;
Caledonia Collection, 200 reels, Ac.. 50c. Musical Instru
ments repaired. F. BLUME, music store, 208 Bowery.
A MAGNIFICENT SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD
Pianoforte for sale?Elegant carved logs and ease,
overstrung buss, full iron plate, lin"d with satin wood,
made to order, cost $500, lor $250, including Stool ami
Cover. Also Parlor Furniture at a saerittoe. Inquire at 113
West Tweiity-tblrd street, nenr Sixth avenue.
WANTED?A GOOD MUSICIAN, TO GIVE LESSONS
on the piano; must be a good performer; one who
would not object to live a short distance in the country,
where communication can lie had with the city, by railroad,
several times a day. Address Musician, box 120 Herald
office. .
WANTED?FOR THE 102D REGIMENT NEW YORK
Volunteers, First Brigade, Ueueial Nigel's division,
Colonel Thomas B. Van Bmcn, u lew first cianr Musicians,
to join the above splendid regiment. Apply to Baud Master,
Mr. Robert Smith, House of Cointnous, 25 West Houston
street. Also, one eliiet Bugler.
(Jil ?* r -GREAT BARGAIN; A CARVED SEVEN OC
lave, overstrung Piano, with all modern improve
ments, has been very little used, at $185, worth double ; can
be seen at 245 West Twenty-eighth street, near Ninth at cuue.
INSTRUCTION.
Algebra, bookkeeping, penmanship, arith
luetic, Ac , art; taught, day and evening, at reduced
prices during July aud August. Ladies' private Writing
classes $2 for20 lessous, juveniles S3 per month. PAINE 8
Mercantile Colleges, 02 Bowery, New York, and 286 Pulton
street, Brooklyn.
Deer park institute, port jervis, orange
county, N. Y., from New York 85 miles by Erie Rail
road, rnoiien* Ociooer' 1, aud comiuues forty weeks. Course
of study embraces solid and oruainentnl branches, to which
is now added Or. Lewis' new light gymnastics. For circu
lars address the principal, Rev. J. H. Northritp.
Fort edward institute.-most successful
Boarding Seminary in the State; $3tilor fourteu weeks,
board and the English branches. Special terms to ladles.
A full commercial course, ties new catalogue for particu
lars of rates and advantages. Fall term August 21. Ad
dress Rev. Joseph E. King, Fort Edward. N. Y.
Lessons in french.-two classes, one fob
ladies and another for geatlmnen, will commence early
lu September. Also private lessons. Addrrss-E. C., box 161
Herald oiHce, or apply at 198 Clinton streot, Brooklyn.
SWIMMING LESSONS IN THE PARLOR?THREE
dollars for twelve lessons, by Professor HUGO, in 400
Broome streot. Guaranteed to bo a good swimmer or money
returned. , .? .
Wanted-a teacher fob Tns male depart
meui of a Catholic school, about fifteen miles from
New York. One with a good voice, wilting to assist iu the
choir, and who la competent lo teach the rudiments of voal
music Is required No one need apply who cannot give the
most unexceptionable testimonials as lo sobriety and neces
sary qualifications Address Catholio School, Herald oUlce.
HOUSEM, ROOMS, SC.. WASTED.
A GENTEELLY AND FULLY FURNISHED HOUSE
wanted, lu desirable locution, where the rent, or part
of it, would be taken in board, with privilege ol a few first
class boarders. Address Everett, Herald office, slating loca
lion, terms and particulars.
(YOUNTRY HOUSE WANTED.?WANTED, FOR THE
J summer ana autumn, or, if desirable, will be taken for
a longer term, a country Furnished House,at or mar Has
tings, on the Hudson; an establishment in a detached, ele
vated and airy situation, near a spring of good water and
convenient to the river preferred; Immediate pasxession pro
posed. Address House Becker, Herald office. New York.
First floor of a neatly furnished house
wanted?Bv a family ol two persons, without board,
below Twcuty-uitrd street aud between Fourth and Fifth
avenues; terms must be moderate. Address, with particu
lars, tor throe days, J. E. C., station D, Bible House, Eighth
street.
IRON SAFE WANTED.?ONE OF THE MODERN PAT
tern and but little used. Address, stilling sUe and price,
box 3.137 Post ollice.
WANTED-A. COTTAGE HOUSE, WELL FURNISHED,
with stable preferred; on Brooklyn side; pltasautly
loouted, and not overthree rutlr? from ferries; Irom Septem
ber till May; best ot reference given. Address for one week,
with particulars, L. M. E.. box 169 Herald ollice.
WANTED-A STAND, IN WEST WASHINGTON MAR
TY keu Address, stating terms and location. W. E. 8.,
station I) Bible House.
WANTED?IN JERSEY CITY, CONVENIENT TO THE
ferry, s small Collage, furnished or partially ifur
nishcd.fnr a family of three adults, or half of a email
houae. Address George, box 2,773 Post office, N. Y.
WANTED-A SMALL, NEAT HOUSE, WHOLLY OR
partially furnished, iu the upper part Of the city, say
between Twentieth and Fortieth streets; location must be
pleasant and quiet and rent moderate. Parties desirous to
rent such a house until May I, or longer if found agreeable,
will get desirable tenante by at ouoe addressing box 2,701)
Post office.
WA WED?BY TWO TOUNG MEN, A FURNISHED
Room, without Board, between Tenth and Tw enty
third Streets and Irving plate and Sixth avenue. Address,
giving full particulars, A. K. J., Herald office.
WANTED?Vi X YOUNG COUPLE, ONE ROOM AND
Yv Bedrsom. furnished, suitable for housekeeping; in a
private faintly preferred. Address stating partleulars and
terms, which must be moderate, E. L. W., box 200 Herald
office.
WANTED TO RENT-THE LOWER OR UPPER PART
of a nice House, with modern Improvements, for a
small family. Good location, and not above Twe ity-fourth
street. Terms must be moderate. Address, stating terms,
Ac.. Y. Herald office,
WANTED TO RENT?A SMALL COTTAGE IN OE
near the ctly. Address, stating rent and location,
Economy. Herald office.
WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY?BY A FAMILY
of three iieraons, from four to six nice Rooms, on first
?r second Hour, between First and Eighth streets, and Third
and Sixth avenues. Address II. H. I . Herald etlice.
DENTISTRY*
Artificial bonb killing-inserted in a soft
slate, giving no pain. Old roots aud mere shells filled
ntul warranted sound. The genuine used only at iny rooms,
8MI Broadway, near Seventeenth street. Another invoice or
the celebrated Cuban Tooth Powder.
J. PEARSON, M. D., Discoverer.
I\RS. ORIKMN. 258 GRIND STREET, OPPOSITE
) Lord A Tavlor's, New York, an 1 257 Fulton street,
rookiyn, are inserting lull or partial seta or tUetr Improved
artificial Teeth, with or without esira< ting the roots. Full
wts on gold or platlna, ?26 silver or rubber, $10; partial
sets gold, per to lib. $2, silver or rubber, )t; extracting, 25c.
DR. LUTHER. DENTIST, REMOVED TO 84 EAST
Twenty-second street, twe n oun from Broadway, ex
tracts one or a do/en Teeth at a sitting, without the least
pain. Prim for one Tooth. $1 SO, earn additional Tooth,
60 i ents. One hundred references
1 177 certific ates,?Haying had one tooth
1,11 I extracted without pain by II . J. JAY VILLEKS,
155 Grand stu at. two block* from Broadway, 1 ulmei iulijr in
sert this irs a ic Ommendation to th< se svtU'ering toothache.
SAKAH K. UaMPUELL, SO East Twenty-ninth street.
ariAiBom
XTORWICH LINE-KOR BOSTON, NEW LONDON,
i\ Norwich and Worcester. -The suisndtd strainer-CI IT
OF BonTOl and CITY OF NEW YORK leave nverv day
(Suiidaj s evcepted), at 6 o'c.ocx, I ruin loot ol Vestry street,
piux nil Ninth river, E. 8. MAK1IN, Agent.
AJItSKMKMT*.
\i; Al LACK'S,
ft buuau<-?? on Rroodway and Thirty-nth street.
Loora open at half paat wren ; commences at eight.
POKlilVELY LAST WEEK OF THE
OKKAT HI KLKSOLB
Motw thatanding the liumriuo- aui-raaa of FRA DIAVOLO,
tin- ho .<??* being nigbtl. orowili-il with ue ig! ted ond L.sh
iunaoi* audiences, it inuat be withdrawn aflsi this ?n < It, >n
order that other novelties, loug in preparation. n.a. bo pro
dutcd.
FRA DIAVOLO.
FKA r>i WOLO
FRA DIAVOLO
Mr and Mrs YL J. FLORENCE in im-lr great character* of
BLI'l'O AM) FKA DIAWH.O.
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING. JULY X,
will be given tne great Muuir-.il IJnr ca,;ue of
FKA DIAVOLO,
with alt iw beautiful new soeuer,,. aweet music, merry songs
ami glu iou* t un.
To be preceded by a graud IRISH DRAMA, In which Mr.
FLO KEN E vv ill sustain one o' hu must luu.ous uarl*.
THURSDAY?Tue great burlesque and other entertain
ments.
hFECIAL NOTICES.
ft BEAT TRIUMPH.?STE1NW AY A SONS, S3 AND 84
V r Wuiker aireet, New York, have been awarded a liral
prize tui-ual at the great lut- rnatioiial Exhibition, London,
for poweriul, clear, brilliant and svinputneilc tone, wilb ex
eedi-nt workmanship shown in grand and square l'lanoa.
I'uere were two hundred and sixty-nine pianos fioniaU
parts of the world ent red for coin|>etluon, and ihe apeuial
eorreaijondenee of the New York Timek aayi>:?Messrs.
Slelnway's endorsement by the jurora in emphatic and
?tlonger and more to the point than that of any European
maker.
VEW YORK, JULY 25, 1862.
J.v To Grocers, Farmers, Hardeners and Market Men
The Sanitary Commission will send a venae I, in a few
days, to tue Heal of war, loaded with provision*. to be dla*
Limited gratuitously to the army. They partiuularly request
coutrlbutiona of
Potatoes, Dried and Preserved Meats,
Onions, Salted or Smoked Fish,
Canned Fruits, Pickles,
Canned Vegetable*, Eggs,
Preserved Fruits, Butter,
Dried Fruits, Clio, se.
Saner Kraut, Oatiural,
Ecinins, Chocolate.
Oranges,
The health of the whole army is suffering from a monoto
ny of diet, and the men are driven by a natural craving for
a healthful variety, to purchase very uuwhulcaome food and
drink ut exorbitant prices.
These articles are not, therefore, needed as luxuries , but
as essentials to health. They wilt be received on board the
canal boat Alice ilea-li, lving at the foot of D y street.
IIENRY W. BELLOWS, President.
WM. If. VAN Bl KEN, M. D.,
C R. AONEW, M. D ,
WOLCOTT llIHBM M D.,
FRED. LAW OLMSTED.
UKU. T. STUO.SU,
Exe utlve Committee.
THOS. H. FAILS, JR.,
Su[ierinieudc-ut of New York ollh-e.
OWNERS OF PROPERTY ON FIFTY-EIGHTH
street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, und all
other parties Interested in constructing a si lver on said
street, are requested to meet at D. L Roed'a residence, 12
Crosby street, on any wuruing during this week, between 8
and 11 o'clock. '
TO AMERICAN PLEASURE TRAVELLERS?AMER1
can money taken at, the Kossin House, Toronto, Canada
at par. The largert and best hotel tuere.
LOAN OFFICES.
AT GM BROADWAY. CORNER OF BOND STREET.
room No. 6?HENRY IIYMAN procures adv.iiie.esot
cash ou Diamonds, set or unset, or buys the same for cash;
also ou Watches, Silver Ware, t'lanoann 1 Personal P rojs-rty
At no. 9 chambers street.?any amount to
Loan on Diamonds. Watch a, Jewelry and old Hold a.id
Silver bought. The highest premium paid for American
Hold by the well known ISAAC, No. 9 Chambers struct. N.
B.?No b illness transacted on Saturdays.
AT 77 BLEECKER stp.eet.?MONEY liberally
advanced, to any amount, on Diamonds, Wat'-hes,
Jewelry, Piano*. Ac. N. B.?The highest price paid for
Pawnbrokeis tickets of Diamonds. Watches, Ac.
H. NEWTON, 77 Bleecker street, up stairs.
AT 111 GRAND STREET, Til BEE DOORS WEST OF
Broadway.?Money advanced on Watches, Diamonds,
Jewelry, Plate, Dry Hoods uud persona! property of every
description, or bought and sold, by JOSEPH A. JACKSON,
auctioneer and broker.
AT H NASSAU STREET?A. HONIOMAN, DIAMOND
broker, makes libers, udvaue, s on Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry, Ac., or buys tlc-iu at full value, ut bis private office,
66 Nassau street, room No. 2, up staira. Busiuess lunffaen
tlal.
Directly opposite the st. Nicholas hotel,
510 Broadway. JOSEPH SOLOMON, Comm ssion
Merchant, advances Money on Diamonds, Ptate and Jewelry,
or the same bought at the full value. Busiuess hours from
7X A. 51. to 8)4 P. M. Spanish, French and German spoken.
Money lent?to any amount, on diamonds.
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Dry Goods, S--cars,
Ac. Hoods kept one vear or less by AARON ADOLPHUS,
licensed loan otllce, 429 Pearl street! corner of Chambers.
CLOTHING.
A RARE CHANGE.?$25,000 WORTH OF CAST OFF
Cloihing wunted, within a mouth, for New Orleans.
Ladies and gentlemen having any of the above to dispose of
can receive the follow ins prices:?From $6 to $30 tor Silk
Dresses, lroin $3 to $15 lor couls, iroin $1 to $5 for Pants.
Also Shawls, Ciocks, Carpets. Furniture; llic highest prices
paid. Please call on or address a note to B. Mini/,283 Sixth
avenue, near Eighteenth street. Ladies attended by Mrs.
.Miutx. Orders iroui Brooklyn or Jersey City punctually at
tended to. Please remember the original B. Mint/., 283 Sixth
avenue.
AN EXTRA PRICE WILL BE PAID FOR LADIES'
and gentlemen's Cast Off Clothing, Carpets, Jewelry
and Furniture lor New* Orleans. The undersigned has re
ceived a large order, amounting to $25,900, lor which he
guarantees to pay the tallowing prices for ouch article ?For
Ilk Dresses, lmm $5 to $31; lor Coats, from $3 to $16; for
Pants, $2 to $6. Please call on or address by note J.
AN HALT, 152 Seventh avenue, between Twentieth and
Twentv-iirst streets. Ladies attended to by Mrs. AnhalL
AT TnE ORIGINAL, WELL KNOWN H. HARRIS'
store, 164 Seventh avenue, Indies and gentlemen can
dispose of their cast off' Clothing, Carpets, Furniture, Ac., to.
the bost advantage. For dresses, $5 to $35; for coats, $2 to
$14; for pants, $llo$5. Do uot forget to call on or ad
dress H. Harris, ltd Seventh avenue, between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second streets. Ladle* attended by Mrs. H,
Harris. -a * ? ? ? - -
AT THE OLDEST STAND, IS* SEVENTH AVENUE.?
SHEKELS guarantees to pay the following price*
fbr ladles' and genl's Wearing Apparel:?From $6 to $30 for
Bilk Dresses, from $5 to $25 for Coats, and from $2 to $7 for
Pants. Also Carpets, Jewelry, Ac. A note by post puactu -
ally attended |to by EZEKIELS, 134 Seventh avenue. La
dle* attended to by jjrs, ^
AT NO. 363 BOWERY.r-H. ROSENTHAL HAVING A
great desire to purchase a largo quantity of cast off
Wearing AnuarcL Furniture, Carpets, Jewelry. Ac., by call
ingoii Sr addressing, ladles and gentlemen can obtain the
utmost value for each article. Ladies attended to by Mr*.
Rosenthal. Please remember, and try 363 Bowery, opposite
Great Jones street.
ATTENTION! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.?I HAVE
Just received $4,000 to purchase cast off Clothing, Fur
niture and Carpets for the California market. 1 do promise
to pay the highest prices in the city by calling on or address
lug a note to E. MINTZ, 137 Sixth avenue, two doors above
Tenth street. Ladies attended to by Mrs. Mints. Remem
ber, 137 Sixth avenue.
A" T 651" THIRD* AVENUE, $5 TO $30 FOR 8ILK
Dresses, $3 to $20 for Coal*. $2 to $5 for Pants. Fur
niture, Carpets, Ac., tor the California market Call on or
address by post A. HARRIS, 661 Third avenue, between
Thirty-eighth and Thirty -ninth streets. Ladle* attended by
Mr*. Harris.
T 213 SEVENTH AVENUE?M. ABRAHAMS RUTS
east off Clotblug; *i>o Furniture and Carpet*. Ladies
and gentlemen rau receive the highest market Drier by call
ing st the suove rddreas. Ladles attended by Mrs. A.
PROPUSALB.
Arm* supplies
Orricx or Jlut Cloth mo and SgDiPAoa, |
Nkw Yoke, July 19,1802. I
Sealed proposals wilt bo received at this oiUre until 12
O'clock 11.. on Wednesday, the 30th Instant, lor delivering
by contract, at the depot of army oldthtng and equipage in
thi* city?
20,000guttapercha knapsacks, with straps and great coat
straps attached, complete.
29,000 pairs cavalry boots.
30 national colors.
90 regimental colors.
90,000 tin canteens, covered, with corks and straps.
1'rnpoMls will aNo tie received at the aame time for far
nlabing, in suck quantities and at such times as way be re
quired?
20,000 felling axes.
10,000 pick axea
10.000 spades.
Ill, (JUO hatchets
40,000 axe handles.
20,000 hatchet handles.
8amines of the above articles can be seen on application at
this office.
All artlclea will be subject to Inspection by sworn Inspec
tors, appointed by authority of the United States.
Pru|>osale must be accompanied by a proper guaranty.
Betting torth that If the contract la awarded to the party
named therein, he will at once, execute the same and give
bonds for the faithful pcrformanos of the eontracl.
The United States reserves the right to reject all bida
deemed unreasonable.
Pro|>osali should be endorsed. "Proposals for furnishing
army supplies fsr 30th July," and addressed to
Lieutenant Colonel D. 11. VINTON,
Deputy Quartermaster General, United States Army.
Arm* supplies-office or arm* clothing
and Equipage, New York, July 19,1882.
Healed proposals will be received at this office, until 12
o'clock M.. on Friday, the 8th af August next, for dslivery
^contract, at the depot of Army Clothing and Equipage la
CUjr' 44,000 Uniform Hate,
100 (100 pairs Bootees.
140,000 pairs Stockings,
20.0U0 IIiTerMoki,
Samples and specifications of which can ba soon oa applica
tion at this office. Of tbs Uniform lists and llsvorsacks
one-third tha quantity contracted for must be delivered
within twenty days, one-third within forty days, and ths
remainder within alxty days from the date or acceptance of
the proposals Of|the Bootees and Stockings one-third muat
be delivered within thirty days, one-third within sixty days,
anil the remainder within ninety days of acceptance of bids.
All articles will be subject to Inspection by sworn Inspectors
appointed on the part of the United States.
Proposals must be accompanied by s proper guaranty sot
ting for'.n that If tha contract is awarded to the party men
tioned therein, he will at oacc proceed to execute the same,
and give bonds for the faithful performance of the contract.
The United States reserves the right to reject all bide
deemed unreasonable.
Proposals will be endowed "Proposals for furnishing
Army Supplies for 8th August," and addressed to
Lieut. Pol D. H VINTON,
Deputy quartermaster General,
? United States Army.
A' RMY SUPPLIES: _ -
Omcx or inr Clothioo ?*n Nqmrsrio, >
Nkw York, July 22, 1.43. j
Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 12
O'clock M. on Wednesday, the 3<Hh Inst., for delivering by
contract at the depot of Army Clothing ami Equipage tu this
citv.
in 001 common Tents,
gl.islt) common Tent Pins,
Samples of which can he seen on application at this office.
Proposals will he received separately for furuishiug the
tents, made of linen duck and cotton duck. All articles will
be subject to inspection by sworn Inspectors, appointed by
authority of the united Slate*.
Proposal* mast he accompanied by a proper guarantee,
?citing forth that If the contract Is awarded to the party
named therein, he will at once proceed to execute the same
and rive bonds tor the proper pci tormanoe of the contract.
The Untied States reserves the right to reject all bids
deemed unreasonable
Proposals seould he endorsed "Projmsalt for furnishing
army > ppliss for the 90th ln*t ," and addressed to
Lieut. Col |), li VINTON,
Deputy quaftvx.ua,it. Genera,, U. a. Axiaf.
A3tD?EMEli..
U.'INTKK GARDEN THEATRE
Vf WEDNESDAY EV KMNO, JULY ?. WBJ
Beeoud ar,.! . u>t time of tin ur? *?rHoo < f
FAKOHON?TUB WITCH'S OR.vNDDAt (ill rER
MRS CEOiLK BUSH .FAMQHOB
The amusing sod taipi l..r < omsdy uf
BOB NETTLE*
Bob Nettles by MISS FANNIE BROWNE
THURSDAY EVENING
MB. FIRMING WI1J.. APPEAR AS RICHELIEU.
VTIBLO'S GARDEN?SUMMER SEAS- N
JN Lessee Mid Manager , Whertlnr
The Coo est theatre In New York.
FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT
and positively
LAST rOI'K NIGHTS OF
MR. JOHN COLLINS,
The distinguish- a l..sii come nan aid vocalist.
Who, after a *<i s ul bliiilanl dramatic triumphs lurthn
pn*t IB years In a1 oil' 10 nuke a *<r at
PKOKi S.SIONAL TOUR TO HIS NATIVE LAMIA
WED.xfc-.DAY KVLMINO. JULY JO, 16h2.
I. i.-t uigbt but "Hi* of
Th# great spectacular play, to tbri o acta, of tba
COLLEEN BAWN:
OR. THE HRIUfcS OK GAKRYOWEN
MYLES NA COKi'ALEN MB. JOHN COLLI MB
with the soiu oi '? Cruiakeen Lawn'' anil the "Sprig or
Sbillelagu," with new wises written on the gallant Irish
Brigade.
Thia beautiful and effective play will be produced In the
SAME STYLE OK MAGNIFICENCE
which characterized Ha nrst representation at tliia houses
ACT I.?THE lake' OF KILLABNHY.
ACT II.-THE WATER i AVE AND I LUNG BRIDGE.
ACT III.?THE BALL ROOM.
At the el'<ae of the drama
Mr Collina will slug the graud National anthem of "Oolttm
bta. (Jem of the Ocean."
FKIDAY'? Farewell Benefit of Mr. Collina
Mr. Wat-alley take* much pleasure in announcing that IBM
celebrated
GABRIEL RAVEL AND TROUPE
(having just arrived front Europe) will make their Brat ag*
appearance at this establishment on
MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4.
Dress Circle au-1 Parquetie, 80 cents. Secured Parquetto
Stalls, 78 cents. Knuiity Circle, J8 centa. Commence at eight.
NIXON'S CREMOBNE O.ARDEN,
Fourteenth Ktre.-t ana Sixth avenue.
WEDNESDAY, JULY SO,
NINTH NIGHT OK THE CONSCRIPT.
Thotnaa linker and hi* Uutivalled Orchestra
in New Selection!.
Third night of a netv Spanish Bullet, introducing
SENORITA ISABELLA CUHAS.
COSTA T1IELEUR In u new French Rnllet.
XIMENES, RONZANI. TOPHOKF and LKUMaNH.
Mile. LOUISE TOI KNAtltR in new acta.
THE FlitK FOUNTAIN,
TUB FIRE LIQUID,
Invented by
LEVI SHORT, Eaq.
This wonderful Invention waa originally designed forth*
DESTRUCTION OK THE MERKIMAO
and tatbe most lerrlble of nil weapon*.
CANDESCENT IN W ATER.
SMC Til*.
FLAME SO FIERCE AND INTENSE,
that It la almost Impossible to qui neb it.
Tee liivenuir designs to force tiie LIQUID THROUGH
THE TUBES OF TIIE FOUNTAINS, when it will if
THROWN INTO THE AIR IN JETS AND SPRAY, pre
cisely as water is usually done, fall ng back into the basin
BOILING AND HISSING,
EMITTING THE MOST INTENSELY BRILLIANT
LIGHT.
nn 1 producing a singularly novel effeet.
in active rehearsal and to be produced on Thursday, after
many weks oT preparation, and at a great expense, lue moat
laughable pantomime ever witnessed, - ntilled
SPIRIT OF THE FLOOD.
Interspersed with wonderful iriuke, tran.sformationa.metA
morphosiv, delusions, new Incidents, apU ndid appointment*^
new and novel eject*, and new nnu magnlUccni sooner/, by
the well known artist Gaapurd Mueder, assisted by Mima
Uawthome. L-hmaiin ami as-ditauts.
The principal overture and incidental music composed es
presdy fur the piece by Mr. T.-omus Baker. Musus of th*
comic scenes by Mr. John Cooke.
A host of auxiliaries hare been engaged.
The whole produced under the Immediate direction of Mr.
Joseph potter.
Admission to the whole, 25 cents.
Mr. ganpakd maeder, assisted by mrsbrs
llawihorne and Lehumnu, l ure pniu'.ed new and
magnllicent Scenery for the new PANTOMIME t-> be pro
duced at NlXQN''b CREMGRNE GARDEN on Thursday
evening.
Monsieur ronzani has arranged a new
Ballet for the PANTOMIME in b produced at
NIXON'S CREMOBNE GARDEN on Thurday evening
next.
I A SENORITA ISABEL [CUBAS, THE RF.NOWNBD
J Spanish Dunseuse, will apvear In the lew PANTO
MIME to be produced at NIXON'S CRKMORNL GARDE*
on Thursday evening next.
Thomas baker has written an original
Overture and the incidental music for the new iwato
mltne to he produced on Thursday evening at NIXONR
CREMORNK GARDEN.
The new pantomime, entitled "spirit of
TIIE FLOOD," and to he produced on Thursday even
ing next at NIXON'S CREMOENK GARDEN, was in
vented and is produced under the immediate direction at
Mr. Joseph Foster.
NEW BOWERY THEATRE.
Sole Propriemr Mr. J. W. Linrard
\\ EDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1862.
Positively the laxt three nights of
MR. E. EDDY.
Positively the last night of
JACK 8HEPPARD.
WIthjall its Immense effects anil powerful tableaux*
IrishSougs by T. L. Donnelly,
And the Drama of
ZELINA,
With all the favorites.
FOX'S OLD BOWERY THEATRE.
Lessee, Dirccto- and Manager Fw
TUB PEERLESS POOL
Richard. Duke of Gloster. 0. W. Thompson
Watt Elliot Mr. J. J. Prior
Matilda Clltturd Mias PeuvS
HOW TO AVOID DRAFTING,
Fox and Chapman In the comic roles..
IRELAND AS IT I&.
Ragged Pat, with song Miss Tanny Herrl^
BARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM.
WEDNESDAY, July 30.
GRAND FAMILY HOLIDAY
ITWO SPLENDID PERFORMANCES. .
Afternoon at J o'clock; evening at 7V. at each of whMR
Mr. ALFRED BURNETT, Contic Delineator, and
Mr. KELLY and idaster LEON,
will appear In their inimitable ebtertatnmentA
The following novelties to be seen at all hours*
? . .,T"B CONNECTICUT GIANT GIRL,
9 feet IK Inches round the doJv, and weighs Bid pound*
NED, THE LEARNED SEAL
He play* the Organ, Elites his Keeper, Shoulders the Muo
k--t.Sh.ike" Hands with the Ladles, Throws them IIsine An
DEN OF LIVING MONS+ER SERPENTS,
AQUARIAL GARDEN, Ac.
Admission to all only 95 cents; children under ten IB
cents.
BRYANTS' MIN8TREL8.
MECHANICS' HALL 472 Broadway, above Oraad
street.?The public are respectfully informed that this popa
lar Hall
WILL BE CLOSED
after the 5th or July and will reopen theI8thof AugnsA
with new Stage Scenery and entirely remodeled.
BRYANT BROTHERS.
George chuisty s minstrels,
581 BROADWAX,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel.
George Christy and J. N. Briggs ? Lessees and Propria
George Christy S ate Man_*
J. N. Briggs Business Manager and Treasurer.
MONDAY, JULY 28,
and every evening during the week, the laughable Ethiopian
Pare* of
THE DOUBLE BEDDED BOOM.
George Christy as Dulcimer Bulpw
The famous Quartette,
REEVES, BORLAND, BIRCH AND CORWTE.
The Champion Clog Dancer, R. SANDS.
The best Band In the profession and the coolest house In ton
city. GRAND MATINEE every Saturday at S o'clock.
Admission 25 cents. No half price.
Doors open at 7. Curtain rlsea at 3 precisely.
WOOD'S MINSTRBL8.
614 BROADWAY?514,
OpiKMltc the St. Nicholas Hotel.
HENRY WOOD Sole Proprietor and Manaont
UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS.
EVERY EVENING DURING THE WEEK,
OEMS OK MIN.-TKKI.SY BY
SHI HORN. CHARLEY K()Y, FRANK BROWER, COOL
WHITE, ABECCO. PERCY. GLENN, SCHWICARDL
STANLEY, ISAACS, GARATAUUI, HASLAM, LEIS,
WILES. LEWIS. TOM BRIGGH,Jr.. Ac., Ac.
Doora open at 7; conimenooyit 8. Admlaaion 25 rente.
Hail 1 the olad tidings ~~'
The p.oprietore of Hie Parisian Cabinet of Wonder*,
083 BROADWAY. .183 BROADWAY.
(Next door to Bell A Sleek'a)
Here made exteneire addition* to their already femotis la. '
elitutlon. The public may now there oee (Igbta of a tmly
au|ierb, astounding, startling and astonishing kind. Tbeaa
marvellous Revelations <>f Nature arc truly beautiful, nag
eonaial of everything Wonderful, Extraordinary, Myste
rious, Teniae, Marralloua, Exciting, Surprlalng, Biqulatta,
Glorious, Curloua and Soul-Inspiring. Look at the (rent
and only Qertu In the world; she. la Indeed perfection, eaA
unaurpaaaed for grace and feminine beauty.
Opeu for gentlemen only from 10 till 10.
Laura ksbne's theatre for rent?from
Monday, July 21, for a tunmcr aaaaon. For terma Aa_
apply by letter to LAURA EEENB, 01 Bleacher atreaA
Gallery of paintings now open.
Fine Art Institute, 829 Broadway, day and evening
A aplandid collection or Pain tinea Statuary. Ac., Including
Pollock's great Picture of "Undine,'' Gt.noux'a charming
Indian BummerThn graat French Revolution, and over onn
hundred cholco Worka Admiaalon 2ft ccnta.
AaIETIBS CONCERT ROOM, 818 BROADWAY, TWO
U 'doora from Hou*ton street, up atalra
The above establishment la open every night, aa uaual. Thn
pretty w a until girls
an In attandanoe, to wait upon vlaltera.
ALBERT LEA, Proprietor.
THE PARTRIDGE, THE PARTRIDGE.
27 WESTnlOUSTON STREET,
r WEST HOUSTON STREET.
THE GREAT KRKB AND RASY STILL IN THE
ASCENDANCY.
*,t, W DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND TO NIGHT.
JULT30. JULY aa JULYS#
A boat of talent will bo present.
CHARLES A. GRAY, I
EDWARD B. 1IEat(i, \Froprietora.
Talent. talent. tai.ent.
The talent meet thta evening, at the Houac of totn.
mnna 2A Weat Hnoaton atraet, to jDcuaa harmony, when n
pleasant entertainment la guaranteed to our patrona
AROYLB ROOMS, 80S BROADWAY. NEAR PRINCE,
will open this evening, on the plan of the Loudon
Argyle. GEO. B. IiBYDON, late of the Melodeon, Director!
Richard D. Valentine, Caterer. The moat attractlva place la
the city, having been lilted up In aupertor atyle. Twenty
nve young lady waltera wanted. Shooting gallery to lot.
TtTRTROPOLlTAN THEATRE, BUFFALO, N. T.?
J.YL Wanted, n leading lady, first old man, oeeond low oome
dlan, prompter, and two utility man. Apply Immediately
to John H. Meeeh.
FURirrVRB.
AnKDROGM SUIT OK ENAMELLED FURNITURE,
In all colore, of warranted nianulaoture; also, solid
chestnut Chamber SnIU, plain and oruanxental. at H F.
FaRRINgTgN'S, 383 Canal street, oppoalle Wooater. Ha
tabliahed In 184B.
All kinds of furniture, looking glasses,
Maurcss.s. Bedding, Ac., below au. ilun price*, war
ranted and delivered tree, at Q. W. SNEDKN'S, 263 Bow.
ory, between Stauion and Houaton streets. Call aud aavo
money. Note the number.
tjlOB SALE-OFFICE FURNITURE, DESKS, AC ; ONE
F upright and one counter Oaee; one large double iron
Safe; all to M told cheap. Apply to PUALON A SON. llE
Mercer streak

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