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THE REBEIiUOV.
ITEHTIOII, RECRUITING OFKICBR&
Offi til hav nig companies or part* of companies anxloua
i<o get luio the tn-lJ. will u?i wc l t ik]i]> y atjonoe to Colonel
leorge A. Muckiu.hau, of the Vosloir 11 CUa**'urs. Fi ih
G.u|le brigade, Fiity third regiment N w Tork Vn unti'i it
This brig* ?? ut luw in tli.- lie .1. una thin n gia.ent will I w
dlstalv proceed to join llie lumr.
Colonel GEO. A. BUCKINGHAM
Headquarters 82 Broadway; camp at Camp Scroggs, Bed
House. liarleiu.
ATTENTION-PATRIOTS ALL
Your QMintrv call* yuti 10 the rescue.
I'll KNiX REGIMENT.
COKOORAN ZOl'A\ K9.
FOURTH RfeGlM&M' I'UtEMX BRIGADE.
' Pal. J a me* C. Burke. Lieut. Col. M. X) Smith.
COMPANY K
Mat* a few more recruit*. This company ia officered by
men who have seen active servit e.
The above apleiidid regiment is exelu*ively Irish, and la
'Accepted for uiii war, ami ia the uuly I ruth regttnent now
being raised uud>*r the late call ol the 1 resident.
Recruit* received da.ly at the corner of Weat Broadway
'lud Leonard alreet, by
Lieut. M. PEMKEItTO.V. Recruiting Officer.
The mostliberal inducement* to gnu.I men.
A few oompetuut men at non-commissioned officers want
< id. Apply early
untile *
Families of vulunteers.atteiided to.
Attention.
PIHENIX REGIMENT.
PATRIOTS, COUNTRYMEN AND CITIZENS,
There to now no excuse lor any, even the poorest, lor not
<("i"1"* Nat.oual Army.
$M bounty from the State.
25 iMlUUty from the UnUed State*.
IS (one month * pay) in advance.
2 hand money, on enrolment.
,^(4BfclBg $#0 on being mustered into the aerrioe.
YBiM REBELLION MUST AND WILL HE CRUSHBD.
IRISHMEN, TO THE KE.St'L K.
This regiment was organized by the gallant Corcoran, rnd
'should be the >-rand rallying point for ull true sons of Erin.
A few recruits wanted for Company K, Fourth regiment
I Empire brigade.
CORCORAN ZOUAVES.
This inlendld regiment is intended to lie exclusively Irish.
The staff and company ofllcer* are all Irish, and have seen,
without a single exception, active service. A few non-com
missioned otllcers wanted.
Awly early to Lieutenant JOHN CANTY, Recruiting
'Officer, U9 Cherry street.
All who wish to serve the country can
do so. In a first class organization, by joining
??THE POPE KIKl.ES,"
? (Company F, Halleck Guard), Cap. E. K. LLOYD eomandhlf.
NINETY DOLLARS
Bounty and advance p?v will be received breach recruit
KIKTY DOLLARS
?within forty-eight hour* of enrolment, and the balance when
the regiment is mustered In.
The regiment to whiehjthl* company belongs is stationed
> at one ol the heirttliiest encampments in the neighborhood of
1 (be city, where good quarters and the best of food are pro
' Tided. The officers hitherto appointed are ot? known expe
rience and capa'-ltv. and
MON-OOMMISSIONED OFFICERS WILL BE APPOINT
ED FROM THE RANKS.
Applv at once to CAPTAIN LLOYD, commanding "POPE
-BIFLE8." No. 7 Broadway.
A RUT DAT AND NIGHT COM PASSES.-E VERY
officer and snldier should bare one; they are invaluable
for night use. Wholesale and retail by U, W. HUNTER,
? epUclan, lt>9 William street, New York.
./COMPANY A. THIRD REGIMENT. EMPIRE BRI
V gade (Corcoran Zouave*).?All members of this compa
ny who have absented themselves from camp without leave,
will Immediately report to the ollicer commanding the post
- at Bast New York, under p< nalty of being deemed as desert
ers and punished according to the article* ol' war, as a gene
ral court martial may determine. By order of
Capt. C. J. DLNLEAVY. Co. A,
Third Regiment. Empire Brigade.
Twenty-five stout, able bodied men wanted, to lill up this
?>rious, true-blooded Irish oompany. Now {is the time for
e Tipperary boys that once endured the hardships of Slleve.
gammon and Ballengarry, to rally to the standard of their
adopted country.
Apply to Capt. C. J. DUXLEAVY, or to
Lieut. WM. B. I'EKSSE,
No. 46 Centre and K> Park street*. New York,
.And Lieut. WM. BUTCHER,
No. 170 Joralemou street, Brooklyn.
COMPANY 0. COL. OLMSTEAD'S REGIMENT, SPI
V nola Brigade, Tnurlow Weed Guard.?Recruits wanted
for the above company Immediately.
Two Sergeants wanted. Twenty men wanted. Promotions
from the ranks.
It Is the Intention of govewiment to give the recruit the
'moment he Is mustered in Uie $'258tate b>unty, one month's
pay tn advance?$13, and $26 Botintv. Relief Tickets Is
sued to families Immediately. Pay, Rations aud Uniforms
famished Immediately.
Come along. Now Is the time to get your $88 when you
are mustered.
Recruiting office, 516 Canal street.
First Lieut. E. D. AVERELL.
Late Seventy-tirst New York State Militia.
"CJ'ra^LOW WEED GUARD. OOL. OLMSTEAD,
Sl'INOLA'8 EMPIRE BRIGADE.
(St |a casta to each recruit before leaving for the seat Of
war.
$M bounty from the 8tat* immediately upon enlistment.
? Ho humbug about it.
US bounty from the United States government when the
?eciment Is mustered.
IU, one month's pay, la advance.
$75 bounty when the term of service expiree,
ray commences immediately upon enlistment.
A tew good men wanted to fill up Campany E. who will
furnished witn good clothing, rations, comfortable quar
Northern Hotel, corner Cortlandt and Weat streets,
Or Lieut JOHN G. BURNETT, Recruiting Officer.
MS Tenth street comer avenue A.
COMPANY G, COLONBL JOURDAN, FIRST RBMXBMT
Splnota's Empire Brigade.
Becrnlts wanted tor tk^bore oompany immedlatefe.
A First or Orderly SergHat, four Duty Sergsaatmd eight
'Corporals and two Musiciana wanted.
i from the ranks.
la the intention of aevernaaeni to giro tfae reereil the
ent he is mustered late service the $28 bouaty; Oie
meath's pay in advanae, ?1x:?$11 and tbe$2 prstakjoa Be
lief tiekeu Issued to families Immediately.
Alio |B0 additional boon It.
ISmm* rations to commact OB enlistment.
Uniform s famished tan mediately.
BesruiMng offioeSM Breeawicii street
Caput a B. F. ROMNOOK,
A veteran of the Florida aad Mexican wturs.
'0?HXl?bcK OUARD, COLONEL PEISNE*.
Rooralu wauled for Oompony H, immediately. J*?-com
tntaaioaed officer* and musicioaa wanu-d at one*. Pay and
ration* comm> ace oat enroilmeat. One moath's advance
g, ninety dollars bounty before leaving the slate, seventy
dollar* bounty a* the end of enlistment. It la the Inten.
of the officers to make thla company one of the beat In
aarvioe. Now 1* the chance to join before ycfo are
drafted. All the officer* are experienced soldier*.
Recruiting office at the City Hall Park.
Captain HOMER JOSLTK.
Recruiting officer.
ORCORAN ZOUAVES.
THIRD UBGIMTi.NT SPINOLA'S BRIGADE,
COMPANY K.
o
Thli company la oomnandad by Captain Thoe. Murphy
flat* Captain Ninth ngfcnent, N. Y. 8. M.), who ha* had
twenty year*' expertenoe In the military prol'esaion. He
want* a few men to complete th<- company.
$100
Bounty and $13 advance, $90 of which each man receive* be
fore leaving tne State!
Clothing, iiuartnr*, rattan*, Be., ftirnlil *1 on joining.
Relief ticket* given to the families of aoidiera.
Recruits received at 7? Prince (tract, and 150 Centra, Cor
ner of Walker Htreet.
Empire brigade.?captain michael mdrpht,
*0 well kuown in military circle*, inten t* nattering hi*
oempany Into the United State* ?eniw. on Friday, the tttb
mat.. *o aa Vive tliem the $30 Stale bounty; thry wiil alao kci
$13 pay in ati .tn<<e, and when muatered into aervice $?, out
of the $100 bounty lor aervlce in Hit* Un:ted Staiea army.
Call and are the CapUin, at 7ft Dlv aion at,, and he will bring
you Immediately to White street. get you muaterrd into aer
Tl??y give yon th? proper docnm-nt* to get relief for your
famine* No cripple* need apply, a* Dr. Molt tain.attend
ance. The muttering olitcer lately appointed (Lieutenant
Xenaat?a) laalwavaon liand, and hi* *er>ilr manly deport
ment and biudneaa liko iiabtis at e the ud n> ration of every sol
dter. MICHAEL MURPHY.
Captain Co. C, Third regiment Empire Brigade.
Empire brigade. _
THUKLOW W.EKD GUARD.
AROUSE FELLOW-CITIZENS.
W* light for the Untuu a* It waa and the Conciliation a*
tt i*.
We light not to further abolition aentlment* or corrupt
policies, but for just law and order.
W* tight to protect loyal citiaen*' fights and to rsdrees
tbelr wrong* Thla Incomes an A met !? -an.
Non-oommlaslonod'offlcers wanted. Flfly able bodied men
wanted to All up Oonmany F, Thttrlow Woed Guard, to
whom $Srt per man wWl h<vpaid on beiiMr muatered into arr
vice Men will gi> Immediately Into cainp and be furnished
with a good uniform ami rations.
Two nod men for Nergeante. Pay $18 to $23 per month.
Tlioae who would aeleet their foninrt"* ?om. rather than
bo drafted. C. B SLKEI'Elt. captain.
1IOW.VRU BUCK, FhstLletu.
Rao railing Office, corner of Vesey and West stroeta, New
York.
/"t RINNELL GUARD.
Vt HuDQoini***, mcitt n ?ll Pt^ca.
I am author!Tied by th? Govern*!- and the Uomiusnder-in
Chlef to raise ? comyany under General order*, Ni>. 62,
for three year* o^duamg Che war. A good opportunity fur
patriotic young inea,to ?er*e natb-r ? practical oOirer, who
haAeen active wivloe here and In the old country, and who
ftearathebest recommendation*, which will *aHBfv any one
Interested. A. P. MftiANDY, Captain,
ttecruiltttg Wihosr.
J. Tkokokvai ** P#r, IJir?' Lieutenant.
$?.*) bourn*, of which half win be fal l al ter the reerail I*
aauatered, tfte oAier at-the tiui- ot' (!< *:? to '.vac.
Branch office*, 0* Mott airud'niM 193 KsV'.ou atreet.
H
ALLEGE GUARDS.
ATTENTION ( OMPANW
SHO'^yir.R ARMS!
wf THE R^IHT FLANK'
FORWARD, MaK$HI
Reeoilt* wnntert f?ir till* company.
?weniai* wwmen ror wiKcuinpany.
Youm men out of buMtieae and wl-lilug employment can
not dotwtt-r tbaa Join Vila inleiwaied eorp* commanded by
enmpeumt officers, and Intended to autpata. liotti in military
drill and Jl*Hplt>>e, asy-reglim-nt that I.a* been *e*t l*tt?
the field < aptam tmade *na?jn?'nU wlierrky
thtMO enM.?ting with hlrh ean reetdre nroinprl* the State,
rj' .'enrment, aiul otqr boMitv of $115 Eecrelghg oH?? No.
" . Walker Mri-i-f, rear Bstedwav.
C*|)!a*i?-U. fl. CAflWELt., Kee-ulllnj o2Bc?r.
n'jailed?Two ?.'-ageaotsand Mine aorporala.
TTSADQUAETBRS NINTH RSOBIBNT DISTRICT.
I I- G??nen. Jolt 14. iJIR'i'? I ' *;j te n?itify ny old frl'-UilB,
?hipmatea antl fellow aoraler* ihiit I dm dnbjr a iti.ori/ed to
ral*e a recltneitl in ttiia dltllict. *nd luve vtartud Mrty.
OoanmunlMlicnlWill reach me AtMirsted a* above or to
jfewburg, Oraiifceooiioty, N. T.
A. VAX IIORNE ELLIS.
Colonrl Kui'.h itegiuient Owiru'V.
H
BADOUARTLRS TIRIRUIW WEED GUaKD, EM.
_ plre Brig.iJe. fli Wliit" *tr>?- I 17. Ift'-'.WTbitrr * ?
^ fgW v*oanc.e* in thii i-ngiineni, ?? i ?? i The
regiment I* In a goad ?ajr towaid* ??n-y <'oaplaM?n, an I
will be Ih* lirst to 'ake the fl dd ender he la?t <ai of :h'e
rraaldeni. By making earljr applloali iii at till-.* hcn viu ir
tera a few good oin <'ra. wlio nave m>>n .-tlrovly onlHtcd ar
?*a ann itnuwdialel* control any, evn ?? urr i>aaitlonn, au I
?very facility f?U tf??
TTILLIIOUSE LIGHT INFANTRY.
JJL BPIMOUA'RlEMPIRE KIllOAUE. ?a-ond regiment.
Company II of thla regiment wanlt .wimty nrere rccrinta
.1111 tlie Mtnpani t?tbo m txiniut i si.ind ird Men of N.
?ork City *o(TS!.tt'. tiiinie forvVard ?nur time, and
deader all aaalatance te your count,y paaelW^ B-. intle*
mated by lb" >'|fy. cotinir and Km * tiitho'ltie* will be
fully aecured to the men joining till* company. Two dol
Wr# wll! be paid t?i nvety peraon lirlnK'u-! a rccrult, or to tNo
^oritll hluiaelf on being mult' r?d int.. Uta aervlue oi tUe
The men. alter being mustered In, will receive tnelr unl
term a. An., and oe eent to the United State* Barrack* at
?gat Haw Vort.
Headquarter*. No 901 Rraadway.
(MM* W. BOWLES, commanding Company II.
?<
TDK KK1!R(/1,U)H.
I | EADtjUARIUKS,
_LL HAI.l.l.l K GUARD, 476 KROADWAV.
_. OOLOAEL LLIAS PRig-Mil:.
The ( ulonei ui.tunU to make tin. re. limiit tfce first mrf.
ror nervier, and one of tUe U?l iu ever y i??iwc! S h oil.
c< i* only will b? received a* arc a<iiualuterl wlih their duties
and whose character i? known. The country m eda b?'?t
brave inen, and needs them uow. Tne > ouniy m in a cnti
Ti on ?m';' *!u,.?e!slto evwry *>ldier. Oinii*'. lorward tlu-n,
\*V!* \ 01 *** cUuwh Hud culling.
*115 houuty, bi'fon* the regiment leave# New York, U
gu?Armit^p<i to every uiun
Mt-u of Jiew Y or it, come forward. All the a*s stance and
rE^o? KranU,d l>y United 81.?un? eoMirnrmna and by
ine b(at<?, county and city authorities will be luliy bocured to
our men and oii.eem.
ilej;iinen'a! Camp, Turtle Hay Park. Forty fifth ntreet and
Second avenue. Regimental liead niarterH, 574 Broadway,
Oj'poaite the Metroi oliian llolfl. K<*t;r'!ita wanted.
KLJAS PEJHSNKK. Colonel Couimunding.
PliUfiNIX UEGIMKNT.
UOKOOKAN* ZOUAVK8.
Fourth K<}i;iiiient Empire llrieade.
PATKIOT8, AUOb'SK.
All you brave flghtiu# men who intend to enlist In this
regiment, tail into the ranks of Cupt. K<(dyH company.
There ih not a day to he lo*t. Time ia precious and delay is
dangeroua at sucu a moment aa this. Oapt. lieddy wants a
tew good man, who are experienced. to be promoted to ser
geant* und corporals. Thia will be one of the beat fighting
companion in the regiment, aa Capt. Keddy haa had many
veara experience in regular and actual aervioe. There can
be no doubt but that hts company will present a hold imnt
under the command of our gallaut and experienced superior
ouoera, Col. Jas. 0. Burke and Lieutenant Colonel M. O.
1! 1 ' *u"lll4at w? will leave our mark M we ever meet the
rebels. All the bouutiea from the Htato and general uovern
menu amounting iu all to $177, will be paid to all who may
enlist In mjr company and pjiAU inrdleal inspection. Also,
relief tickets furnished at one. No more excuse lor stiller*
lug Ironi want of being paid your relief train the State. No
nut ion on tne I ace of tiie earth pays, clothcs and feeds her sol
diers belter than the United S ate* of America. Arouse, then,
from all other considerations. forward to the rescue of your
country, and enroll your names with me at mjr offloe, No. 96
Walker street. corner of Elm.
A llrst and second lieutenant wanted.
Capt. JAMES M. KEDDT, Recruiting; Officer.
PATRIOTS. RALLY TO TUB SOUND-OF TIIE TRUM
A petl?Ten young men wanted for the First Battalion
Mounted Rides, Colonel C. C. Dodge, now at Suffolk, Va.
Also teamsters, saddlers, blacksmith* and buglers. Ths full
bounty paid upon being mustered into the service. Apply to
B. H. fiNUELKE. Recruit tug ofllcer, 71 Oortlandt street.
RALLY, RALLY.
PHCENIX REGIMENT,
.. .Attached to the Empire Brigade.
25 able bodied men wanted, to join Company O. of the
shore regiment. ' '
?50 cash, bounty from the Governor of the Slate.
1 av irom $13 to ?23 per month, in advance.
$75 bounty when discharged.
SZi bounty when company la being mustered in.
9J hand money.
Relief_ ticket* signed by the Colonel of the regiment for
the 1 amines ol volunteer*, and the Interests of the men will
be taken rare ot by the Captain of this Company.
(Quarters and subsistence, irun-portatiou to camp (East
New York), a new and beautiful uniform. All promotions
made from the ranks. Recruiting ottice corner of Morris
and n est streets, where I shall be prepared to recruit all
men wishlru; to join my nimnmnd.
C*P'. JOHN MoC AM BRIDGE. Recruiting Ofllcer, No. 60
We*t street
Rally for the union.
., **92!?? bo?int.v P?l'l Immediately to each recruit.
itml $13 (one month's pay) paid to oach recruit as soon
as the coiujiauy is mustered.
$^6 (one.lourtli) of the $10d bounty paid to each recruit
upon the musterinit of the regiment, to be Paid belore the
relliraent leaves lor the seat of war.
Good quarters, abundant rations and handsome uniforms
Immediately provided.
Non-commiksloned offlc rs wanted; also a good wagoner
Rellel tickets lxsueit lor the b-nelit of families as soon a*
the recruits are sworn into service.
$100 bounty to each recruit when discharged.
Apply to ISAAC L. TAYLOR, Captain Company D, Stan
ton Legion, JU7 West street, corner of Harrison.
gFINOfcA"8 EMPIRE BRIGADE.
WAR, WAR, WAB.
K0. 16 GREENWICH STREET.
ConuMtny D.
% HILLHOUSE LIGHT INFAN7RY,
Col. P. J. Ctaansen, Ceinmanding.
Daniel Mnvnihan.Uxst Lieutenant.
RECRUITS WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
intviHn wv TO EACH RECRUIT
l!P COMMAND. Men of New York, your
bleeding couutry calls upon you to rally to her succor. Now
Is your time to show to the world that It .laes not require a
draft within the Lnion lines to crush this gigantic rebellion.
?SS? lorward, one ana all, to the call of your country.
.i ^"Jdoljars cash will be paid at once. In addition to relief
/J51" V?. ie""j Thu" ?'! einuses*on account of family
destitution will be done away with.
Also, from $13 to $23 pay in advance.
Two dollars nand money.
Forty cents per day commutation of ration*. Clothing of
the very best material. B
Forsake all I Yes, even your mother*, sweethearts, sisters,
wires, and come and meet with a soldier's reward. Victory
and glory await you.
DANIEL C. MOYNIHAN, First Lieutenant,
Recruiting officer,
No. 16 Greenwich street.
SP1NOLA S EMPIRE BRIGADE
WAR, WAR. WAR.
PHOENIX REuIMENT.
OORCOBAN lOUATES^URTH REGIMENT, EMPIRE
^COLONEL JAMBS C. BURKE, COMMANDING
DANIEL C. MOYNIHAN, FIRST LIEUTENANT RE
CRUITING OFFICER. 1
W. Greenwich street.
BECRUITS WANTED IMMEDIATELY,
v.n r*or"lt Joining my command,
i. Yorfc?Your bleeding couatry calls upon you
|frVl17t<! her "ucoor. Now la your time to show to the
WorLd.1id<^not * dr*f within the Uslon lines to
crtish iMs gigantic rebellion.
COMB FORWABD, ONE AND ALL, TO THE flAf.t. or
YOUR OOUNTRY. Vr
Irishmen, yonr strong right hanu is aeaded to-day before
Richmond blMd of thousands of y ur fellow oountry
men cries to you for vengoanoe. The land of your adso.
Hoc?your only hope on earth?stretches forth her shattered
arms to worn and implores you that, as she baa fceloed nu
aad cherished you ? your Say of dlstr??, ths!t yoVtlll ?w
J?*P iTt*? he* tor of need. Shall
thatoall be la vain? Will you pay back part ol the obllso
'?.u "w? hel' A kappy hotX. rree speech, your rell^n
tolerated and respected, your people elevated to the highest
position in tiie land??li this has she done for you and yvurs.
??dwIJl you be recreant to all the virtues ofnumaolty aaa
gratitude, and allow the most gloiieus land, the treeoteo
veraaient, the perfhetlen of human happiness the world has
polluted rent amtader and crum by tTe
sn.l're* 7* Ur W,r* U*a ?unD' e*'T
Remember this cussed rebellion hi fostered antUnonrished
bv our hereditary enemy, England; remember hersblea and
money fhn aad keep alfve this unholy war, and sow sbe
?*7* * 10 * band In. God grant she may.
SMaTS p^^sWeTi f?r "" b?"e'"d ?"?
The Pbomlx. the mother or brave Irishmen, calls upou her
children ol '48 to ra|ly round her Green Banner, and, march
?? T .* .7 Stirs and Strips, carry the music
01'he Union to the utmost l^oundurles of the land.
, ?Wcafh from the State, $25 when regiment is mustered fn,
in sddhlon to relief tickets for families, thus all eictse* ou
, J v"' he done away wltlt Alao
f rem $19 to $J3 pay In advance, $2 hand money, or any man
bringing a recruit to the ollice will receive Si; 40 ceuts per
tena!s?r oommuUtio? ot Clothing very best tLa
Forvake al!. Yes, even your mother's, sweetheart* wlvee
and sisters, and come and meet a soldier* reward
V Ictory aud glory await you. DANIEL C. MOYNIHAN.
First Lieutenant, Recrumug'Otllcer.
It GREENWICH STREET. '
SPINOZA'S EMPIRE BRIGADE.?ALL PERSONS DB
sirous of lerrliig their country, in thlrher hour of need,
can h??? no better opportunity of dolus no than joiniag the
above named corps. The pay ranging from t<> $23 per
month. It requires llftj aojo Dodled men to reuder the eern
panjr complete. $100 bounty will be paid at tile expiration
of toe war, and one month's pay Immediately on bein<,' mus
tered into tha serjrtee. Military headquarters. Mercer II-ma.
corner Brounie ami Mercer streets. AU applications made to
Captain JAMES J. OMALLKY, Recruiting Officer.
SPINOLA'S EMPIRE BRIOADE.?OAPT. JOHN DUNN,
of the First Fire Zouaves, having bemi authorized to
rune a ? umpany lur thia Brigade, is now rearuilliiR at :td9
Penri mrnet and No. 7 Mulberry street, where be will be
happy to meet any of tin old oomradea in arms who are
ac aln desirous of going to the war. Uniform* ftirnlahed as
soon as sworn in, and relief tickets msuod Immediately.
Volunteers will receive %M from tba State, $26 fromtne
city. $23 from the government, and unr montli'?i av in ad
vance, it* mion as musternrt into ssrvlee. and $75 when
honorably discharged. Comfortable 'Hurler* ami rations
furnished at Kant New York. Those wialiing non-commis
*ioued oilV must apply early. Call on (lapu.n JOHN
DUNN, :)C9 Pearl Htreet, or Flint Lieutenant J. KALVEV,
No. 7 Mulberry street. Second Lieutenant M. J. UKALY.
Third regiment, spinola's empire brigade
"The Union, It mint and shall l>e preserved,"
Thirty yoiin^ Men wanted, to ull up Company E.
This will be the llrat regiment in the field (rum New York,
and it is carnesKy hoped that the young men of New York
and vlchklty (under the present lnducetnenta) will come
forward and Join a company, under exper.euoed officers, to
Xit down this wicked rebellion, which has been brought
i,nit by sneli m n ns Wendell Phillip*. Horae* Greeley,
Henry \v. Beeoher and a host of uther abolition traitors.
A bounty of $.x? will be given, under the recent order of
Oevernor Morgan, to each rcsrult a pun being mustered Into
service, with wllef to his family. Tiro men will be wall cared
fur at t'auip Edwards Plerrepont. East NeWWork; wlihbe
well subsisted and clothed, and |Uai-?d nnder tae supervision
of eiuerlenred officer*. $l(Xl bounty guaranteed at the end
of rebellion. A few nou coiumtoaiimed officers wanted.
Tho*e of ciperlence only need apply to
CI IAS. I,. rROTllINilll AM. First Lieutenant
and Reglmcatal A.tj<it.-int of thu N?? York Seventh regiment,
and lat? t>iisrteriuiist'+ ot the Fifth New York cavalry.
N. B.?Mills l ejime'bt, which Is one of the live in the
brigade of the ?'rfaHan' SpfcieluJ' is well worthy the attention
of those desiring to join the Union aisny. ba ofliaeiw am
all pkked met, uucR:r the c<doaclcv uf Mariott N. Croft,
and, wftli lh" material of wiMck It ia already composed. li
? It shall, succeed.
rntUND RHGlMfiNT, WIMOLA'8 empire brigade,
A Colonel Mate kinusley. J*IA|(
(remits wanted for C impany IVet Hie above rrslmenu
Tnl* company U .' iianmndi-d bjflMxp Tlenced olll' sr, just
from the #nt af war, and he xlSWI to secure good men,
who will rwelve $I3() batialy when the regiment Is mustered
kilo ServlOe.
l'*y from $13 to $-1 per month.
Rtisalsunca, slutaiug and good quarters tarnished Imme
diately.
A lew competent mon wasted for aos-commisaioned am
eers.
Belief tickets furnished to the famlles of volunteers.
for anrlh-y particulars apply to
Cupiain W. R. M L Bit AY, Remitting Oilier,
No. 2 Seventh avenae.
TT*TTBD states MARINE CORPS.?fFANTED, FOR
U mi* trie I'and jajlant wu-ps, atiie-l?idied Men between
the SUM 01' Id 'tn l W \eat *, not lens tlinn 6 feet 4ft IuoIimi
lri .ii *ud of n>o<l altar.' ier. TliiHi^riJiolfeE* superior indtti e
m at* f<> jroimg men who are .iu*ioii* to nerve their country.
Pay (Ten. *l ? to per month, wltb a a rtaiaijr of making
pit irtr i t price tn.innv. A bounty ?r $100 will ne paid eacl
i- eruit on receiving aa lieunrabtn ills liai- e, and ff iiahl any
?iv who will -inn : a reerult lo the Office b* *imn as lie piiS*e*
a medical wutmlnatlon. Clntiung an l rations ol thu best
utility, to' ether lib medical attendance, when si k.tnr
ul*hed W 'he gov era meat, a pply at the renilefToiis, No W
Bowery, or al liu: Marine BuirackS, Flushing nv. Biie,
l!ri?,k,yn A. OAKLAND, Major CotnimrivlMiS.
"1ST REOIMBNT NATIONAL volunteers, COLONEL
1 OIIRREV, an oflloer of aiilllty and eapwienee.?Volnn.
ti er* wsn ci for Ooinpany A. yuliorms, rations and quar
ter* fiMUi*h"d imn.ualataly on *i,;nllm I lie roll. For bounty,
pay aad relief tickets, luunrie al Vhs olBN, 4 )i Berenth ave
nue, corner ot Thirty-tlfta strvsl. F. HKNltT,
Captain ilompauv A
E. Do^\ldso!?, First Li Mitenant.
N. B.?ICeglniental llcadquai iers, Motart Hall, bit Broad
way.
1ST RBOIMENT NATIONAL VOLUNTKMRS-CdL.
1 WM. OUBNEY, rernieriy of the Seventh regiment Ma
nonal Otiarrl, and Captain First regimenl United Ht ate
Clia??wiira. lloid.able bodle I mnn wanted lor Company 0.
Uniforms, mtinn* and cnnnorMMs ouarters furnished Im
mediately upon signing the roll. All the gornrnment, Slats
?n I motility bounties s -enred to recruits. Onmpetnnt nu n
p irtk'abrljr svunted for non eouiniisstoned ofllt ers. Unsriers
i. tliunj) WsahlMtoa, Staen Island Apply to FRANK K.
SMITH, late of Seventh regiment National tlunid, Re
vriiiing officur. 83 Mala street. Brooklsa.
* AI.KK AT MlCnUS.
A P0T1 OK NOTICE -D.D CAULK1NS, auctioneer
Laiv,e >^Je of
MAGNIFICENT HOUSEHOLD F''RN!TUKE,
icti-u I'rcneh 1'it-r anu .Mait'el M.rrors.
SUPERl l.Y OA VKU RO^tWO')!; J'i \NOF0KTE,
ELEttANT SILVER ri.ATE *<., vc ,
Puri u.i*ed a. coatofoverilJUUI,
On FRIDAY, A fi.rt 1.
At the elegant pr vote i*s.denoe N IHWnii Fourteenth
bin., i. itear I.MUUi avenue,
Commencing ni lt)J% o'cl<H'k precisely.
The sole comprises the entire rontrntsot the house. The
eletaut 1'?rH11 Furuit'.ie was It a.le lu el-tier, a...I in m sond
rosewood. Ti;? whole will be Mltd to the holiest bidder for
cuhli, offering extra inducements to purchaser*. as the entire
furniture of the liouao is new, having ail beca made within
six months.
Elegant rosewood seven octave Pianoforte, with all modern
improvements, overstrung bass, Ac.: itut #iA); rich ruse,,
wood StooLcovered in satin, and embroldei >-d Cover; Uirne
e.t-gaut lull suits of rosewood Par or Furniture. In rich
brocade nnd satin; ro-ewoial EUi^eri h, apleudld and costly
Paran Ornaments, rich Vaaes, 4c. Also a inaanlllcent cof.
li ctlou of rare I'aiutliiiia, ros<;v,ood.TniLlfcU Easy tWialrs, la
fine reps; rosewood Centre aud "Side marble top Table*,
richly can ed.
Chamber Stills in rosewood ami mahogany; Bureaus,
carved Beds'eids, Washstands, Sofa Beds, in line hair
cloth; ten ptiie Ha.r MaUn-ases, from forty to fifty pounds,
made to order, ill excellent condition.
Dinini; Kmnn Furniture consist* of $ne oak Extension
Table, Silver Ware, rich China, Ivory aad Silver Cutlery,
Fork*, S|,o me. Ac ; w ith heavy out and engraved Glassware
of every deocriptlon. Mo poatponemeut.
AM. B. CHAPMAN, AUCTIONEER.
. M AtiNI F1CENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
pianoforte, l'ARLOR SUITS,
m PAINTINGS, STATUARY BRONZES,
VELVET CARPETS, 1'IEK and MANTEL WRRORS, at
public auction, this day (Friday), a1 the private residence
West Siiteenth street, between Fifth and Slith avenues,
sale commencing at 11 o'clock, consisting of rosewood, ma
hogany and black walnut Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room
Furniture; rosewood Pianoforte, Stool and Cover; Etsgeres,
Bookcase. Centre Tables, Brussels t'arpeia. Paintings, Or
lianienta, Clocks, Lace Curtains, Shades, Stair Csrpeta,
Dressing Bureaus, Washs lands, Hair and Spring Mattresses,
Feather Beds, Blankets, Mirrors. Sofaa, Rockers, Toilet
Sets, Eaay Chairs. Lounges, Extension Tables; elegant as
sortment of Crystal nnd Bo by Glassware, Silver Ware, Table
Cutlery, China Tea Sets, Bronze Statuary, An. Also an as
sortment of Basement aud Kitchen Furniture. Deposits re
quired ot all purchasers. House to let at low rent. Inquire
of auctioneers.
A-E. BOTH, auctioneer.
Lirgesale of
BLEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
VELVET, BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS
This Friday, August I , at 10JS o'clock precisely, at the pri
vate residence 119 Wist Eighth street, between Fifth and
Sixth avenues, consisting of elegant rosewood .and black
walmit Parlor Suits, oovered In rich brocatel aud green
floured reps; handsome Reception Chairs, Tarkish Chairs
and L ?unges to match, rosewood Centre and 1'ler Tables,
Eta^ei-es, with mirror backs and doors; Pier and Ovjil Mir
rors, Lace Curtains, Shades, tine Oil Paintings, rich China
Vases, twenty-one days Bronze Clock. Lady's Writing Table,
rosewood, mahogany and black walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus,
Washstands, Lounges, Chairs, Tables, llook and corner
Stands, Mattresses, Sofa Beds, Rockers, Clocks, Mirrors, Tea
aud Exteusion Tables, Glass, China and Silver Ware. Table
Cutlery, walnut Sideboard, twelve oak Din ing Chairs, Ac.
Sale positive.
A J. L. SMITH, auctioneer, WILL SELL, this
? day, at 1UX o'clock, the Furniture of the four story
house 17 Siuyvesact siiwt, junction of Third avenue and
Ninth street, Including eveiytnlng necessary for a genteel re
sidence.
BY JAMES M. MILLER. TUESDAY, AUOUST 8, 1M2,
at 12 o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange, 111 Broad
way. the valuable I ront aud rear Houses and Lots M Essex
street aud 634 Hudson street, will be sold to the hlghost bid
der; a large portion can remain on mortgage. Can be seen
at any time. For particulars and maps apply at the oflloe,
23 Pine street.
David d. kgan, auctioneer, will sell, this
day, at 138 Canal street, at 2 o'clock, Furniture of
every description: also, Beds, Bedding, Mattresses, Bolsters,
Pillows, Sprea Is, Blankets, Three-ply, Ingram and Brussels
Carpets; Mantel, Pier and Oval Glasses, Cornices, Ac. On
Monday, August 4, rich Furniture of a large dwelling house,
in Twenty-eighth street, consisting of rosewood Parlor,
Dining Ruom and other goods. Particulars in to-murrow
aud Aftnday's papers.
Edward sintzenich, auctioneer.
VALUABLE HORSES, CARRIAGES liDd HARNESS.
By C. W. davenport, this day, Friday, August 1, at 1
o'clock, at I&5 And l.">7 Broadway.
VALUABLE SPAN OF ENGLISH CARRIAGE HORSES.
A superb Span of Dark Bay English Carriage Horses, the
property of a gentleman leaving for Europe. These ele
etnt horses are very handsome, i aud i years old, over IS
ands high, perfectly matched, and thoroughly broken to
single or double harness, are free from vice and fault of
every kind, and splendid drivers, and warranted sound, kind
and gentle in every way. Both are very excellent saddle
horses. May be seen on application to the auctioneer. Also,
AN ELEOANT CHESTNUT SADDLE MARE?The pro
perty of the aame owner as the foregoing lot. She is lilt
hands high, ft years old, sound, kind and gentle, and every
way a magnificent animal under the saddle, afraid of noth
ing, and acoustomed to the discharge of ordnance and tire
arms, is recommended in tke highest manner, and warrant
ed as described. A!so a first rale driver in single or double
harness. All the auove horses were broken by a rkllng mas
ter of the Royal Horse Artillery, and are very strongly re
omineuded. May be seen on application to the auctioneer.
BEAUTIFUL LIGHT ROAD WAGON?Very elegant, used
only one month, made by Waterman ft Hill, and ur>st $175.
Also one nearly new top Wagon, city built, used only three
m'-nths.
NEARLY NEW SHIFTING TOP BUGGY-Made by SM
vera ft Smith; used one season and oost $230. Also one set of
extra covered and lined single Harness; oost $06, used two
months.
BRIGHT BAT HORSE-lftX hands high, 6 years old:
stylish In single or double harness; good saddle horse. Sold
to close an sKste.
BAY HORSE?t&% hands Mgk, 7 years old; a valuable and
safe family horse, warranted sound, U?d and gentle in
??sty way; cost $300 last year.
0*T MAREt?o years old, hands; a very desirable ani
mal, first rate m any harness^ oan trot a mile In three sal
on tes; warranted sound, kind and gesile in every war.
SECOND HAND CARRIAGES?One Brett, ooe Top
Wagon, two Hoakaways, and outers.
HARNESS. At#.?A very elegant assortment of Single
and Douhle Harness, SatMles, lirMles, Blankets, Sheets,
UUxta. ft*.
Henry h. leers, auctioneer.?henry h.
LEEDS ft CO. will seU at auction on Saturday, Aaxust
S, at 12 o'clock, m fro?a of th? store, 23 Nassau street, a bay
Mare. Top Wages, (Harness, fte., the property of a penile
man leaving the country; hay mare le seven years eld, U%
hands high, seuad, kmd aud gentle; Is a faJft and stylish
driver; also a Shifting Top Buggy, made to ooder by one of
our best city makers, and. used out a few tlmw; a set of
Single Harness, cky made, unite new, together with Blan
kets, Whip. Currycombs, Bmishes, llay Cutter, Halter,
Ac.; a sty fish dark brown Trotter, 15 hands high,! years
old, suitable ferjsaddle or wagon; Also a second band Brett,
In good order, wkh a set of single Sflrer*Plated Harness.
HENRY H. LEEDS, AUCTIONEER.?HENRY H.
LEEDS A CO. will Mil At auction, on Saturday, August
2, at ie>f o'clock. at the salesroom, 23 Naasau street, House
hold Furniture, consisting of rosewood Suit, hi Kreen plush;
carveil oak Dining Room Suit, elegant mahogany Secretary
Bedstead. Plympton's patent; carved black walnut Library
'fable, black walnut Rocker and Lounge, manegany Ward
robe, black walnut Bookcases, jrilt frame Mirrors, Lace and
Brocatel Window Curtains,'Brussels Carpets, Velvet Carpets,
rosewood and black walaut Bedsteads, rosewood marble top
Centre Tables, oak cane seat Lounges, Chandelier*. keros ns
Chandeliers aixl Lampa, together witn Rltles and other arti
cles, which will be ouumerated In Itw catalogue.
Henry d. miner, auctioneer.
SALESROOM 37 NASSAU STREET, OPPOSITE TI1B
l'OST OFFICE. mortgagees SALE OK THE pike
NIX SUGAR REFINERY, FOOT OF BRIDGE street,
BROOKLYN.
MINER A SOMERVfLLI will sell at auction, Friday,
August 1, at 11 o'clock; on the premises of the Phienh Sugar
Reunery, loot ot Bridgo street, Mroelilya, tinder tareclosure
of chattel mortgages, the stock and llituresof the above
establishment, said to be the most complete of any of the
kind In the United States. It embraces tie entire appurte
nances necessary for the business. Has been in operation
but little over a year, and is In perfect working order in
every particular; Is replete with all the modern improve
ments In machinery adopted to the auocessfnl working of
the same, and offers unusual inducements to parties ?vt*ulng
to engage In the business. Br order of Coudert Brothers,
Attorneys lor Mortgagees.
Sain of the abeve desbribed property postponed from
Thursday,_JiUy31.
J BOGART. AUCTIONEER -BY 8 A J. BOGART,
? Samrdav. August 2, at 10 o'clock, at the auction rooms,
No. 1 North nllllain stroet, Horses, Wagons, ?c., oonslfting
of one black Horse, about Itjf hands nigh, Sjcarsald; i
bay Mares. 7and 8years old, abort 11\ hands high; 1 brown
Mare, about lt>J humHi high; all full hied Canaaltui, sound
and kind; just arrived in the city. Also one Top Wagon,
Double and Single Harnees, Saddles, Bridles, Ac. Also a
general assortment ef Household Furniture.
? BOGART, AUCTIONEER-BY 8. A J. BOGART.
? this day, at 10)* o'eiooek, at the auction rooms No. 1
rth William street, inoitgage sale, one Wagon and Har
ness, one Iforse. lot of Baker's lools, Ac.
LOUIS li. VBLTEE, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Mortgage sale.?riohard waiters, auc.
tkin'er, will sell, thUd iy, ai UK o'doek, at 18 Bay
ard street, by virtue of a chattel mortgage, three llorses,
three Ruckaways and ene light Wa.uu.
P. COLLINS, Attorney for Mortgage*.
RT. HAZELL. AUCTIONEER.
. WHITTKMORH A IIAZELL will sell at auotlon, this
day (Friday), at k)U o'clock, at tlieir salesrooms,
NO. (U LIBBKTY SWEET,
HARDWARE,
? "WTLERT, Ac., Ac.,
In lets to sulteUy and country buyers.
FILMS?<jM (Kjien EngHali Files, aaaorted.
ALSO,
LMjroid, *e.
Incases nnd cssks super*)/ Bourbon Whlhkey.
6sasks OldlPalt Cognac Brandy, vintage 18&7.
t siut s Kiiiikuildt Tei'asse.
IS In. txaikie Havana Toba'-so Seed.
g bSla. Cfiroi Mania (boneless) Iti Que order.
AT U OHJLOCKPRECISBLY,
By order of Oyrus Sehuirinaakcr. K?n , assignee,
The residue of the as?ets of (Jeorge I'arMins, es>m|i*4<fng
notes and accounts lu Nuw Tork city and th" loyal fltaivs
SnRRMAN. VI - riMM'PK s HERMAN A CO.
* wiU Mil this day, Annas* I, at 10)^ o'clock, at l.'l B ??
ery. 8BJ boves Wsdy's Tlruinla Sinskhig and Chewing To
bacco, about 10 mm t?un<ks, being part ear*) sf the steamy
Marioa, l rem New Orlean?. Th- auore are ef the first i|ii ill.
ty aud B perfect order. Also, nt 14 o'clock, at IS Bowery,
Imported and Domestic Brandies, in aud >4 snake; Ilk)
bbls. Bonrben and Mansngahela Whiskey, Port. Madeira,
Cbirot and Sherry Wbii', Ai-Rpc I,< af and lia|ietial Gin, Ja
maicaand New Bngann Rum, 6Wcaseseelebrar'd Aronmllo
Sciinapi s. Loiidoa club House Gl>. WliUkey, Ac. AI o .s*l
Kim s 11 ad ba?kets ?! gen I'ltic lleldseoV, Grc 11 Seal, Imperial
and Msxnni t'hawpanna, and many other Llipiors toe iiume
sous to meatien.
Q A J. BOUART, AUCTTWNEKRS -ON ?ATUEDAt'
11. August*. at I^X o'clock, at tiie auetioii rooms No. 1
North William sin*!, ifatMehold Furnltuse, Sofas, Bureaus,
Kttension Dining Talili s, Bedsteads, H-Ha ami B- ! line.
Kitchen Furniture, C'arfwts. Also the RQectSof a Burlier
Shop, two Chairs, Mir rocs, Gla?s('**es, otieGrover A Baku, s
Honing Msdilnn, M, Ac.
UNITED STATES MARSHA TVS SALE.
CAKHO PRIZE STEAMSHIP t'IKOAMtAN
l> \Nihil li. nl RDKTr, An ? longer
The adjoiniisd snie of the c,trg<> of tuts -hip will tike
pla -e on Tuesday, August 4, at 11 o'clock A. >t., tioinltie
V uion More", ltiookl>n.
Catalogues can ho wen at Ibe ofll ?> of lllram Rentier,
Bsq.. 11.* Wall street. .1 AMI'S c. CLAPP,
I n ? <1 Stntes Marshal.
Also, st the sune place and time, hi cases As-orted Meill
cln. s Ift drsms Castor Oil, esruo 01 steamer t iroaasiM. Ca
talogues at the oillce o> 11. licnimr, 111 .ul str'-et.
JAMES C. CLAPP,
United States Marshal Southern district of Klotlda.
ttTM. WITTERS. AUCTIONEER, WILL KELf, THIS
Vt day, at 2 0'i jock, at til Canal Streel, tiialiogaiiy So is,
Rocking Chairs, Parlor do.. Centre Tables, Oiirtalns, Mir
rors, large 01 second hand Carpets, Oilcloths, Medst) ads
and Bedd'n. , Bureaus, Wasltslan Is, China, Glass, Stoves,
Tables, Cane Chairs, Lounges, Wardrobes, Tatile and B"d
Linen, tof* er with overyinlug usstul aud ucccsaarj for
hAusskseptllR
SAI.KS AT iillOTIOI.
W" M . HOIJJJfjBHEAD. ACOTIONKER.
REGULAR VYEi.KLY PACKAGE
AUCTION SALE OK ROOTS A.SO SHOES.
ON 1 RIDAYS,
BY CHARM'S O. WARREN,
MO. 22 CORTX.ANDT STREET.
THK SALE or FRIDAY, AUGUST I, WILL INCLUDB
FIFTEEN HUNDRED PACKAGES
DESIRABLE GOODS. NOW IN ACTIVE DEMAND,
ADAPTED TcTaI.L MARKETS,
Coaiiinviiiuf, in part.
A full aanortmeot of
MEN'S GRAIN CAVALRY ROOTS,
EXTRA HEAVY RALMO&AXJ^
aud other goods adapted to tu my purpose*.
Th'? hundred cases
MEN'S, BUTS* AND YOUTHS' KIP ROOTS.
Pour huadred oaaes
MEN'S CALF BOOTS.
Embracing svery grade and style, with and without tap soles.
Two hundred case*
MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' THICK AND GRAIN
BOOTS.
One hundred cases
MEN'S, HOYS' AND YOUTHS' BALMORALS,
W1U1 aud without lap soles.
One hundred cases
MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' KIP BROOAN&
One hundred cases
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S PEOGED
BOOTS AND BALMORALS.
Ol Calf, Kip, Goal, Kul, Grain and split.
One hundred rases
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' CITY MADE,
Cupper nailed Buotaand Balmorals,
In great variety of atyle.
A wry choice selection of
WOMEN'S SILK GORE CONGREH8 GAITERS,
Sewed Balmoral*. Slippers and other popular styles.
MEN'S CANVASS ARMY FATIGUE BOOTS.
A LARGE QUANTITY of SPRING and SUMMER G00D8,
ADAPTED TO THE CITY RETAIL TRADE.
THESE SALES WILL BE CONTINUED REGULARLY
ON FRIDAYS, WITHOUT 1NTEKRUfTION,
DURING THE ENTIRE YEAR,
AND MY ARRANGEMENTS WILL ENABLE MB
TO OFFER EACH WEEK
AN ASSORTMENT OK BOOTS AND SHOES
WORTHY THE ATTENTION OK BUYERS
FROM EVERY SECTION OK 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 SAIE OP
FIVE THOUSAND PACKAGES BOOTS AND SHOES
Will be held on Friday, August 22, at 10)? o'clock.
CHARLES C. WARREN,
Auction and Commission Boot and Shoe Warehouse,
No. 22 Cortlandt street.
WE WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO THE SALE OF
Nautical Hook*. .vc., tu be made this day (Friday), by
E.H.LUDLOW A CO.. Hit 11 o'clock, at their aalesrooin,
No. 3 I'lue street, near Broadway, by order of Isaac Hender
son, Esq., Navy Agent. Catalogues now ready at the auc
tloueura' office.
WM. WITTERS, AUCTIONEER. WILL SELL, THIS
day, at 10% o'clock, at 316 Fourth street, geuioel Fur
niture, two Parlor Suits, large Pier Glasses. Paintings, Win
dow Curtains Centre, Diuing nud Tea Tables: Mantel Orna
menu, rich Tapestry, Tliree-ply Carpets, Hall Oilcloths,
Chandeliers, Etageres, Stair Rods, llat Rack, rosewood,
black walnut and maboguay Bedsteads, Hair Mattresses,
Roisters and Pillows, Table and Bed Linen, marble top
Dressing Bureaus and Washstanda, Toilet Sets, Wardrobes,
one Line mahogany Secretary and Bookcase, Extension aud
other Tables, Chins, Dlun r aud Tea S ts, Dining Room and
Kitchen Furniture. Ac. The whole making a very aholue lot
lor families and othess. Catalogues at sale.
WILLIAM ABBOTT, AUCTIONEER?OFFICE NO. 4
East Rroadway?-Sells thla day, at 11 o'clock, the
Stock and Flxturea of the Oyater, Dining aud Drinking Sa
loon, at 041 Broadway, corner of Bleecker atreet?splendid
Counters, Paintings, Chairs, Tables, Range, Ac.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
At a meeting of THE BREWERS OF NEW YORK
and vicinity, held at the Astor House, July 22, IMS, it
was unanimously
Resolved, That It be recommended to the brewers of malt
liquors, on and after the 1st day of August next, to add to
their prices the sum oi one dollar per barrel, this being the
amount of tax levied by the United States government, and
to collect the same from their customers In the city and
vloiaity. either at the time of receiving the order or on de
livery of the liquor. M. P. READ, Chairman.
Maw York, July 22. MB. P. AMKRMAN, Secretary.
OMckal notice having been received from the Commissioner
?f Internal Revenue that the practical operations or the tax
law are postponed to the 1st September nest, tb? resolution,
as above, will be understood as made to correspond.
JsltSI, 1MB.
Drafting.?exemption under tub new mili
tary Lawa.?Publte noUae baa beea gtven that peranna
claiming exemption from military aarvtca mux tile their
writtea atatemeut, property drawn and verified, on or before
the 1Mb day of August, iatt. or leee the beneilt ef such ex
empllen. MH persona, therefore, data log emuipiion on ac
couut of physical defect or bodily lartrmrty, or by virtue of
aay tavi *T thia State or of tbe Catted Suleu, mum tile the
alateaaent aa aforesaid. The nivtersigood have compiled the
several lawa a*laUng to rsBMary aervuy and exemptm, aad
aae prepared M gtre aUansi aaary advfte aa to wte are and
who am not exsaapt, rtee of charge. hMtth pacen
drawn and ttied, IT reqaired.
SAMTORD A WBITMOBB, Attorney* aad Oennaettors,
23 Chambara street, raoea** Noa. ? and 7.
DB. WILLIAM MUBR, ELECTRICIAN. HAS RB
moved from )(1 Fourth avenue to *74 Broadway, be.
tween Broome and Qraad streets, where, after iweaty-seven
yearn* practice in tbia afiy, b? will be glad to ace hla patron*
and the pubttt'.
Military exemptms.?all persons not lia
ble an? n 'finied te 1r a statement and affidavit before
the Uth of Ausuat. The aeoeeaary | ai>era may be had on ap
pliaaiton at Ma Baxt Tblrty tourtti atreet, near Tbirtl amine.
A. L?CKWOOD.
NOTICE.-AN ADJOURNED MEETING OK HOLDERS
of farm mortgage*, leaned in aid of Milwaukee and Mls
aissippl Railroad, will lie held on Saturday, August it, at
noon, at 2& William atroet, room No. 9.
L. U. MAYER.
Chairman of Trustee* of Mil. A Miss. RR , Creditor*.
There will be a meeting of the van cott
heiraon Tuesday. Augiut 0, 1H62, at tbn house.of lint.
J. B. Thurnby, 478 Grand atreet. Wllliauiaburg, I,. 1. from
10 A. M. to VP. M. All partiea havin g papera i*m taintng to
the Holland eataia will oblige by bringing them forward.
rpo AMERICAN PLEASURE TRAVELLERS-AMISRI'
A ran money taken at th" Roialn llum Toronto, Canada,
at par. Tbe fanjent and beat hotel there.
^ JTOMCABa? __
A magnificent SEVEN octave ROSEWOOD
Pianoforte for aale, four rotiud cornera, earved le.?
and oawi, overstrung !*?', full iron nlate. haa all modern
Improvement*, waue to order, coal toOO, for $200, Including
Stool uml Cover. Alao Parlor Furniture at a sarrtHce. In
quire at 113 West Twenty third street, near riuth avenue.
PIANOFORTE FOR SA1.E PRICE $90.-A FINE
rowwiHxl Pianoforte will be aokl for $U0; haa all tbe
modern Improvement*, good Cover and Stool. Ar, Al-o a
Melodenn for $25. wlixh coat $73. Apply at 12UH Twentieth
street, near Third avenue.
Three very superior *even octave rose
wood Piano*, mw, tiuialied in the very beat manner
Cirred legs and UUHHltlM baas, iron frame, Ac., will be sold
cheap. Inquire at 128 East Twenty eighth atreet, between
Seaond anil Third avenue*.
WANTED?A OOOD MUSICIAN, TO OIVE LESSONS
on the piauo; must be a good perlurmer; one who
would not object to live a af?ort dtatanrc In the country,
where commuiiicaUea oan he lmd wltn the oily, by railroad,
several tunes a day. Addre?a Musician, box 120 U>rald.
ofUce.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A YOUNG MAN (OBB
manl te teerh muan- to two little children, one six and
tfie other eight year* of age, ami to travel with the family to
Europe, 'o remain for six months uinl b? willing to n turn at
the end ol that time. Must tuniersunil English aad Kr> nch
lierfectly, ?o as to lie nbte to ai t a< interpreter for the lamiljr.
Address box A, Herald oQUe, aiailng name and preaent
place of abode.
30 PIANO 1HJRTES?THAT MP8T BE SOLD THIS
.O week for less than i oat. Full 7 oetave Piano lor $190;
mouldings, enrved leg*, iron fran.ea. and warranted for firo
years, at 143 Eaat Tweaty third atimi, near Third avenue.
<C1 ?^W SEVEN OCTATE PIANOS IN ROSE
<PJ.?JU* wooH ij?**s. iron fratuea and o> erstmnc i ass, f ir
$10ii: tin., with moulding*. $ldU, iio., wlih uarved iejn and
mhM'l with nam* board, $170. and $."?(?;do., with ear! keya,
$tU and $100: new t)W oitave, $1*U Ttw above Piano* are
the grea>at isiruatns in tbe citr. Seioad band I'lanoa from
to $10*. NifVi KelOdenna irt eitreinefy to? pi lees. New
and **r?ad kaad fla<io< and Melcdism* to let, Rrnt allowed
f purahaaml. lloniJily pairment* reaeived for the nam*.
HORACE WATERS. A^enl, tHI Broadwaf.
tf.1 -OREAT BAROAIN; A CARVED ST.TT-.N OC
lave,rvaratrang Plana, with nil modern Improve
mi nt", ha I een veryl tlie bk>iI. at w*rtli double ; 'an
be aeen at West Twenty-eighth atreet, Bear Ninth a enne.
II1TRIICTION.
August writino lbssons, ?o; bookkrkp
ing. $10, leanotia unlimited. Penmanship and Anuh
mi lc $i0 per qnarter, aeiruty-eight le-son* each Ho.vs,
during vaeatioB. $3. Ladies Writing $2. twenty le-sqna At
tendatiee da) Or evem < if. I'AIM-.'S Marian tile College', tii
ltm*rv, and Kalian street, Brooklyn
4 YOUNO LADY, EDUCATED IN I'ARIH AND
A ajie iking both Hie Fn nch and Spanish iatigti'igo* ilu*
entlj. wltlies to give les*oss In Mir ab. r htiigu ige* to a lew
pupils, onJBodefata term*. Would have no objections to
tem h the Rn. In i braniAes ai*o. Re', ren. .?* j.hri ii and re
quired. A'.irrea* M. P. L, station 1> Post otli e.
1 \EER PARK INSTITUTE, PORT JKKVIS, ORANtiE
J ' eottnty, N. Y. fi >ni New Turk ko tuilr* w Eat* Rail
ibad, reo|ien* Oatnijei 1. anil reni4n ies fort) ?? ?**. Course
of stuity a'ubr*i e* soH.i and ot n iment >1 branciie*. to wh eh
Is now added Dr. L*? la' new dgtit ||gmnasttca> For uircu?
iar< i Idress tue pt Incipal, K v. JT 11. Soi t.mip.
"I.^OUT EDWABI1 INsriTl ll-.-MOST HlCCBNSKUL
I ? li hi ling .? miliary in tin Stale, ?'Milor fouri i u wee .a,
biardandth Bu jliali i rati i 9,ie- a1 term* to lad'e*.
Afuil ootnmeri al inurae. see oew raialosue for t>artlcti<
larrs ol ratea and a nint.i:, ?. Ka.l tr.ni A ?piat 21. Ad
dress Rer, Jot' | h K. K:nI >ri E iwsrd. ,N. V.
rrEACHKiiS wanted kbIncii oknilevian for
L a Catholic Pullage. prnfea* * (H mil--.'! lor a We^'in
h- linoi; I.hi., or pl.tM a.i I sinking; Kr inch iulj for Imiisc;
gentleman f?'t ef.isaes; Qetrnan u.) ' dtauiti . ral
oilier teai ber* wante I tJ. S WOODMAN A COMPANY,
Si lux 1 Agents, 5tfti BroattWIiv.
MATfUMOKlAL*
AYOUNO l.AI'Y (AMERICAN). TWENTY YEARS
old, poor, bttt of linqientlonahle rl. irm ter, Wishes 10
form the ai'i|U(lnlKni " ol a teulleman w nil a vl nv to matt >
nt 'tiy. prel' rei.e ?iven to one not' tider St; a foreigner or
S > itherni r prnf*rr*d, Addreaa Liilte L. Banks, atatuu li,
Bulitb avanu*.
anvhbkkhts.
WALLACE'S.
I > Kuintit e.? on Broadway ar.d Thirteenth street.
Iteorn uiwu t hal iinKt seven;. ouir,.' nee* t ci^ht o'clock.
LAST NliilJl' ltr I <1 K OK Tlin
Ciitl'j vT HUKI LS^Ull,
FltA 111 V
FRA DIAVOLO.
FRA DIAVOLO.
Kim-" rr two week* Una nuMniihcent buriesqne has suc
ceeded iu drawing the l?i(ti; i asi most ra-bluiiabio
audiences, who nightly dunouMWo Uimr delight b) ilia
most liberal appltuse an<l boisterous snout* or laughter.
'i'Uc attractions ol tin* piece art' (..eatly < tihanced b> the (net
tkai it i? represented l>y tbe best >o pauy in lhuctt>,ibe
best orchesira in the city, and the best ballet troupe In l)in
city. Notwilhstaiidug It* transoenilent popularity, It must
positively lw withdrawn for the production of other novel
ilu.
Both MR. and MRS. W. J FLORENCE appear to-nkht-Si
THIS (FRIiMYi EVENING, AUliUST 1.
the performances will commence wl ii the glorious drama of
THE IRISH MORMON.
Mr. W. J. PLORKNOE a* Bryan O'Lmn. Mr. Davidge,
Mr. Parke*, Me*. Myron, Mia* Viola Crocker, Ao.
To conclude with the superb burlesque,
I'RA DIAVOLO.
Mr. and Mra. FLOBKNOE a* Bepuo and Fra Diavolo.
Beat of the characters by the great burlesque company.
Saturday?KRA DlAVtiiX) (last time) and other eater
tainmenta.
POI'8 OLD HOWKBY THEATRE.
WIFE OP SEVEN HUSBANDS.
Oamlel Gander, with songs Mr. Harry Chapman
Margaret Lesaeinan Miss B. Denvll
THE FELON'S DREAM.
JACK SHCPPARD IN PRANCB.
Sack Sheppard, with longs Mlaa Fanny Herring
Joo Uluesklu Mr. 0. J. Ko*
A GLANCE AT NEW YOBK.
Mose Mr. O. W. Thompson
NIXON'S CREMONE OARDKN.?THE GREAT PAN
toniiine emitted, "Spirit of 'he Flood: or. Zephyr's
Trip to Kur"pe," commences precisely at eight o'clock.
TUB NEW PANTOMIME, ENTITLED "SPIRIT OP
THE FLOOD." and to be produced this evening at
NIXON'S CREMORNE OARDKN, was invented and la
produced under the immediate dircctiou of Mr. Joseph Pos
ter.
REMEMBER THAT THB NEW PANTOMIME EN
titled, "The Spirit of tho Flood" commence* at eight
o'clock precisely this aud every evening at NIXON'S CUB
MONB GARD&N.
HOC8M8, ROOMS, WASTED.
Furnished room wastkd-for one or two
day* in the week, in ;> private family, by a gentleman
residing in the country. Address W. W. W., Herald silice.
FURNISHBD BOOMS WANTED.-A GENTLEMAN AND
wile wish a furnished Second Floor, with i,ood uaoom
modatlon for cooking, Ac., In a pleasant locality. Address,
stating particular*, box 2,187 Post ollice.
WANTED-TO LEASE OR PURCHASE, A LABGB,
strong Building, suitable for u malt house, or a malt
house already fitted up, near the water. Must be four full
lota. BRADLEY A WARNER, No. ? Union square.
WANTED?IN BROOKLYN, FOR A SMALL FAMILY,
without chil ran, a furnished House, with garden.
Address box 1,547 Post office.
WANTED?A FURNISHED HOUSE, LABGB AND
well furnished, pleasantly located up town and weM
suited lor boarders. Address R, Herald office.
TIT ANTE L>?A SECOND HAND STEAM ENGINE,
Tf irom *ix to eight horse power, with or without a blow
ing apparatus, suitable for a small foundry. Address, stat
ing price, box 62, Piermont, N. Y.
ANTED-A GOOD AND COMPLETE DROP. IK
(|Uire of G. W. WICKS, No. 4 Liberty place.
w
WANTED TO LEASE?WITH THE PRIVILEGE OF
purchasing, a three story limine, with all the modern
1 improvement!", situated between Lexington and Seventh
avenues and Fourteenth and Thirty-fifth streets. Must be
low prliied and in good order. Address A. J., box 108 Herald
office.
WANTED TO RENT?A SMALL. WELL FL'RNiSHED
House in Brooklyn, between the Wall street nml Ful
ton ferries and Bedford; must be in a good neighborhood
and near to railroad. Address, stating terms and location,
Chas. M. Olden, N. Y. Post office.
PROPOSALS.
Army supplies.?office of army clothing
and Equipage, New York, July 19, 18ii2.
Sealed proposals will be received at this office, until 13
o'clock on Friday, the 8th of August next, for delivery
by contract, at the depot of Army Clothing and Equipage in
thia city,
44,003 Uniform Hat*,
100.000 uairs Bootees,
140,000 palrs.SWckuigs,
20,1)00 Haversacks,
Samples and specifications of which ean be seen on applica
tion at this office. Of tbe Uniform Hat* and Haversacks
one-third the quantity contracted for must be delivered
within twenty days, one-third within forty days, and the
remainder within sixty days from the date of acceptanoe or
the proposals. of|the Bootees and Stocking* one-third must
be delivered within thirty days, one-third within sixty-days,
and the remainder within ninety days of ai-ceptunoe of bids.
All articles will be subjcct to Inspection by sworn Inspector*
appointed on the part of the United States.
Proposal* must be accompanied by a proper guaranty set
ting forth that If the contsa-t is awarded to the party men
tioned therein, be will at once proceed to execute the same,
and give bonds for the faithful performance of tbe contract.
Tbe United States mserves the right to reject all bid*
deemed unreasonable.
Proposal* will Lie endorsed "Proposals for furnishing
Anny SuppUe* for 8th
Deputy Quartermaster General,
? Vgltej gtales Army.
Abut supplies.
Orrm or Ann* Clothmo axd Eqoirion, I
Nk.w Yobk, Julv31, 186A !
Sealednreposalt win be received at this office until twelve
oh;lock Ml m Friday ,-ftie 8th of August, for dnliverlof, by
contract, at the depot of Army OtoUiing In this city ?
ISO Dnuns, infantry.
?00 Dnunlpada, batter.
1^*00 davalrtTIht Corrla^n6Ta*sel*.
MMW Bmea Eagles for hrfls.
Bamsies of which
m?n appiioatkon at tM* office;
?ee-third the quantity to be delireved within tea dan. one
third within twenty uaya, aixl tbe remainder withlq. thirty
days from tbe date of the acceptance ef the bide, and all to
be subject te inspection bp sworn m spec tors appointed by
the CnRrd Slates.
Proposals must be sees?penlsd by a proper guaranty, set
ting iorth that if the con tract In awarded to the party named
therein he will at once execute tbe same, and grve bonds for
the faithful performance of the same.
Tbe United Hiatus reserves tbe right to reject aS bids
ds 'med aureasooaDK.
Pmposahi should be endorsed "Proposal* for Famishing
Drains, and addressed to
Lieut. Col. D. H. VINTON,
Deputy Quartermaster General V. S. Army.
OFFICE OF ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER U. S. A.
iU*>l*ON'g La.fDIWo, V*., July 28. 1*21,
Sesled proposals will be received at this oflloo until noon,
ou tbe Hth day of Augu.it, 1402. tor the delivery m Jainea
river, Va.. for the use ut thu at my, the following amoowa oC
bay mid oats, vis:?
.'1,1X10 ton* be*t quality timothy hay.
150,000 bushels beat quality oats, 32 pounds to tbe bushel.
The hay must be strongly haled", bound with stout wire, or
wythes, and tbe weight of each bale distinctly marked
thereon.
The oata to bo in good strong sacks, well sewed, each hack
to contain two or three bushels.
The lorane must be covered and protected from the
weather, ut the eip iise of the ooutractur, so that It shall be
In good order whes taken from the ve wel by the Qeai ter
master's Department.
Six fair lay lava will be allowed to discharge, after report
ing at Fortran Monroe, demurrage after that time to be paid
to the contractor at the customary tales, for the actnai
amount of cargo received.
Proposals for both hay and oats must be en. losed In sepa
iat'* envelopes, endorsed "1'ropusaU for Hay" and "Pnpo
?.it is for Oats."
Thi ne quantities will be required between August It and
.11, 1-W2, and bldders'wlll state at what time they propose to
deliver on their bids.
Uidiiers must have each proposal guaranteed by two re
sponsible par ics. that tbe contract, if awarded them, shall
be faithfully firitllled.
The (JuartermasKir reserves the right to arcept all er nny
portion of any bid. also, to reject all bids which may be con
sidered unreasonable. 0. U. SVWTKLLK.
Capt. and Acting (juartcrnutslcr, commanding
FFICB or CLERK OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
_ No. 7 City 11m 11, Aug. 1. 18?!.?Scaled 1'ropo ala wrtl l?
receded at this olfl.-e until August 12, IfttC!. at 12 o'clock M..
For 2M to SOU tuna of the heat Anthracite Coal lor the use
of the courts unit qlllaes of the county, the tou to oe calcula
te.! st 2,210 pounds.
Also, i-ropoaals lor 90 cords of Kindling Wood, pine, cat
and split for use.
Tho said coal and wood to be delivered at such times and
places as the Cbnmlll* i may designate.
The Committee reserve the rkht to reject snj and all pro
posal JAMES DAVIS,
0
JAMES DAVIS,
WILLIAM M. TWKED,
SHERIDAN SHOOK, I
smith hly, jis., >conmitt?c.
ORISON BLUNT,
WILLI AM C. CONNER, |
ELIJAH F. PURDY. J
DJONTISTKT.
Artificial bone fillino?insbbtkdin asoft
state, gn im: no pain. Old roots ami mere shells-*Ih-?l
and warranted sound. The genuine ossd only at nnr reotns,
Mtid Bioadna/, u'ar Seventeenth street. Another invoice or
thu celebrate? Cuban Tooth Powder.
J. PKARSOff, M. D., Discover**.
IVKS. URIFKIN, J5S I1RAND STREET, OrVliSITB
t I,i>rd A Taylor's, New York, and 257 MMi.n sti-eet,
rookiyn. are Hisertlng i ull sr |>artiel'*??sof their lm|STtipd
artilii la, T-eth, with or without extracting the i.qc?ta. Pull
wta on K>ild or platina. #2R silver or rebjier, $10, partial
ih-is g?ld, per lo iih. $2. -.ferer or rubber, ft, exlracttn#, 'tf*.
11TQ Cl!R1 IFI0ATE8.r-HATH?tt HAP ON*! TOCWt
. 1 ?0 ettraeteil u itlnuit )>aln by Or J. JAY V 11.1.K US,
IVi urntid ">tr t, inn blocks ironi Itioideay, I rtuwnllf
Insert tlile as-a nmaiMtilation to th.*w aert-rsir fsota
toothache.? t iithanuo Faiigner,*30 Kast Mseteotii* aa-eet.
IIAILKOVDH.
Hudson river kaiisRoau.?trains for aldany,
Troy, tKt- NoriS ami Weit >eav.i i tiaiuke.s street at 7
and II A. M., nod a 15, b an ! 10 15 P. M.
IOMO ISLAND RAII.ROAD ABCOMMODtTIBX?OLD
J South Ferry Terminus?Trstss leave at 7 OA. M. and
8:15 P. M. (er Urn-sport; 11.45 A. M. and 4:11 l\ M. lor %
oseett; 7 45, 11:45. A M., and .1 15 4 15. 5:4j 1', M. For Heap
stead, boucIT lor Jamaica irom 7.45 A, I. 14 6.45 P. M.
T ONO ISLAND RAILKOAD ? CIIANOK OF TKllMt
lj nua.?I'a tsenger il.-poi at James sMp and leot ot thir
ty north aires'. Bast river.
Hummer nr. ans|emeut??Leavo New fork at 3 A. M. for
Or- dipi.it, S Harbor Orient and Hampton.
Ai s A M? K M. and 4..HJ I*. M. lor Sfimaei.
At 3 30 r. M. f irtln eiipor'.
At ft I*. M. tor Firming tale.
On Simrtav a triln leaves Hnnler's I'olnt (Thtrtv-fourtb
street lerry}, at A. M. fOf Kiverhead nnd intermediate
s i t onsat excursion rales. Returning leaves Rl\erhcad at
iir M.
NKW YORK, HARLIM AND ALBANY RAILROAD
For ai,ka,nv, troy, north anl> west
suImer akkam.kmknt,
Owtuneii -ins Thnrs lay. Ma . H, I.'WJ.
For Albaoy, 10 ;W A. M., KWitM. M*., Tr* i frani Twenty
sixth Street slat,oil l or nil li* a' IihIii- m? Time I'ahl"
JOHN BURCH1LL. Asa stattt .iiiperiutsnderil
RAKITAN ANII DKI.AWARK It.', VIM'oAD "OR
Lonit llramh, R"il Hsu,., S ir i To i ? It ? er,
Tmkcrtnn, In,?In e msaqitsacc of i r. .e? . < ? ? in
berol visitors to l.on. H attdi. tin. ? i ' l*ll<'M.Ut
Cill.LVKR will, on SMUrdays. uni'l r r no ,???, ks.i a
M nsy street wh irl four t ines, viz.. ti ile' t l?? .?? t M.
and a 2. 0and 5 P. M. On e\ery n.'i'" ;ay (e, em
dm ? leavm at ri.3l) an.tln.iil A, M an ! .it 4 I' M rsaseu
gefs for the main line below Long H.-mrh jumllon will
Have at 6.9# A M snM 4 P, V.. ?\?ept on Sa'uMajs, assn
they will leave at 6.30 A. VI. aod i.ju 1*. M
AnnrraunTB.
WHITES GARDEN TflMATRB.
*V FllIDAY EVENING. August I.
Fir^t sppearance of the Comedienne and Vocalist.
MKtt Bi.l>./tCV BROWN. _
THE IRON CHK.^T; Or/VHl HV8TKUHHIB MURD8*
Sir i?d? ard Mu 11 iBr Mr. Kl?tu.?|
1'lihi UOLOli LllAMONR. , ?
Margnry ...Mr*. Had ley Brow?
COI.LKEN 11A W.N SETTLED AT LAST.
Colleen Bawu by MI.-^> Kami/ BrowM
N'lBLO'S GARDEN?SUMMEll SEASON.
JUu>*ce and Manager Wm. W haalAQ
THK COOLEST TllEAiRB IN NEW YoKK.
FAREWELL BKNEFi 1 AM) LAST Al'I'fcAUANOB
BITT USE
(prior U) hi* departure tor Europe)
OF Kit. JOHN COLIJNs,
The distinguished I r1*Ji comedian aud v ocalist.
Who, after it scrie* of brilliant dramatic triumph* for Ikl
i**i sixteen year*, la about to make a biief
PBOPESSIONAL TOL!B TO HU NATIVE LAND.
Friday eveuiua. August I, lMta, will be produced (drat Unaf
at this theatre) Lover's eel* bra ted drauut, la throe acta, o?
Utied
BOBY O'MOBE.
Rory O More Mr. J. Oolttm
In which character he will sing the followingsongs:?"Paddj
Magoe."a new version 'if the "Widow Machroe" and "Crooa.
keen Lawnwill dance an Iriah itg *ud recite the story 0?
(he "Fox of Bailybothercm."
To-morrow,
LAST NIOUT OK MR. COLLIN8.
Mr. Whoatley take* much pleasure lu anuuuneing that Ikt
oelebmtod
GABBIEL BAVEL AND TROUPB
(harlng Juit arrived from Europe) will make their Brat af>
uearanoe at thia eataoii*h vent on
MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST t.
Box book now open.
Dress Circle and Paruuette. 00 centa. Secured Parquet
Bulla, 75 cents. Fatuily Uncle, 29 oeitU Commence at I
NIXON'S CBEMOKNE GARDEN,
Fourteenth street and Sixth arenas.
FUIDAY EVENING, AUUU.ST L
The Pantomime will commence precisely at 8 o'otook.
Second uight of the irresistibly laughable Pantomime M*
titled
Sl'IKIT OF THE, FLOOD;
ZEPHYR'S TRIP TO EUROPE.
Depicting
LIKE IN CASHMEBE. ^ ^
LIFE IN THE FROZEN REGION8,
LIFE IN THE REGIONS OF HAPPINEML
Interspersed with wouderful trick*, trsnsformalioae, mat**
murphoses, delation*, new incident*, aplnndid a<ipulnlmnnt%
new and novel effects and new ami magnilkienl scenery, bf
the well known artisi. (>a*iiard Maeder, assisted by MeaanL
Hawthorne, Leiimanu and ns*l*tam*.
The princliial overture and incidental music composed O*
pre**ly for the piece by Mr. Thomas Baker. MUklc of Ik*
comic *o nes by Mr. John Oooke.
A lio*t of auxiliaries have been engaged.
The whole produced under the Immediate direction of lb.
Joseph Foster.
Senoriia Cuba*, the unrivalled 8panl*h <fln*eu? . _
Theleiir, Xlmenes, Lehmann, Bonxoul, WiteoS and all
great artist*, will apig-ar.
THE GREEK FIRE FOUNTAIN
Invented by
LEVI SHOBT, Esq.
This wonderful invention wu* originally designed forth*
DESTRUCTION OF THE MEBBIMAC,
and is the nio*t terrible of all weapon*.
CANDESCENT IN WATER.
AND TUB
FLAME SO FIERCE AND INTENSE,
that k Is almost inipo*sible to quonch it.
The inventor dcalgna to force the LIQUID TH BO If OB
THE TUBES OK THE FOUNTAINS, when It will b*
THROWN INTO THE AIR IN JETS AND Si'BAT.
clsely as water is usually done, falling hack into the bash
BOILING AND HISSING,
EMITTING THE MOST INTENSELY BRILLIANT
LIGHT,
and producing a singularly novel effect.
Great preparations are being made lor next week.
New faces and new features iu the en nostrum sehool.
Du e notice will be given of the lir?t| appearaitoe in thla
co untry of M. DENIER, the ureal |>antomimi*l of the "
do n stage, and the greatest COMIQl'E ever seen in
rirn.
Admission to the whole 25 centa.
New boweby theatre.
Sole Proprietor Mr. J. W. fiHIII
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1*61.
FESTIVAL BENEFIT
TO MB. E. EDDY.
on which occasion
BRIGADIER GENF.EAL
THOMAS FRANCIS MEAGHER
and Staff will visit the theatre.
MBS. FAKRiiN,
MB. E. O. TILTON and
MB. J. T. RAYMOND.
The historical play of
ROBERT EMMET.
MARTYB OK IB1SH LIBERTY.
Robert Emmet Mr. E. G.1Tlno*
Darby O'Gaff Mr. E Ed4y
WILLIAM TELL. w _
William Tell Mr. I. Rddj
ROUGH DIAMOND.
Margery Mrs. Farren | Joa J. T. RayaoM*
And tba
HOUSE DOG.
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO PROFESSOR At>
DERSON.
The Cennuitten to whom the organization of tho a bora be*
ne(U has been entrusted, have much pleasure in being aMl
to snnoiuu? thai it will lake place at the
WINTER GARDEN. ON MONDAY, August4. ISM.
on which occasion w ill be prsaented an entertainment of MM
most extraordinary charaotor. A full list of the lad lea *m
gentlemen who have kindly volunteered their servleaa (eaa>
Erising the chief artists of every*theatre In the city) wMi
a published te-norrow. The programme for tho snalag
W" A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVBB
(with the hichest talent of Nlblo's Garden)
MLLE CARLOTTA PATTI,
MADAME STRAKOSCH,
BIG NOR SBRIGLIA AND 8IGNOR MUXIO.
THE YANKEE WOOL DEALER,
(George Christy's Minstrels.*
(with *0 whole of CaTeTTpSf"
CRAMOND BRIO.
(with the talent mt every houaaj
Tho MHMa of tho hoot of tho ilrst artists hnbo proflMfc*
aid will be dn|y saasuaeo^
moat generously and mmk
?eho have kindly tendered their aid will be duly aonouneo^
lite eervleee of all bwve been mo
handsomely volunteered.
BARNUV8 AMERICAN MUSEUM.
MB. ALFRED BURNETT.
THE GREAT DELINEATOR OF CHARACTER,
The Itu-a; elocutionist, the best Mimic and (ha
MOST AMUSING COMIC PERFORMER
of the age, ha* been esgaged: *Uo,
MR. EDWIN KELLY1, Tenor and Light Con
AntLM AST EM LE<?.
THE ETHIOPIAN CUBA8.
All of whom give
Splendid ixrformancea. dally, * 13 aud 7\ o'clock.
Tlie lollowina coveltle* to be seen al all hour*:?
Till CONNECTICUT GIANT GIRL.
9 feet l>a Inch round the t>o ly, und weigh* bS8 lha.
NED, THE LEARNED SEAL.
Ned plays the organ, kisses bis keeper, shoulders tho Mae
ket. *bsk"x haiul* Willi ih ? ladle*, threw s them ki**es, ml
DEN OF LIVING MONSTER fEBPENTS,
ASfUAKIAL i.AHDLN, Ac.
Admission to all only Z5 cents; children uoder ten 15
Ur WILL BE CLOSED ^ of
N
EW BOWERY THEATRE.
GRAND FESTIVAL BIGHT.
GENERAL thomas P. MRaGHSB
ban roi ?"iil?'il to vitil
THM THEATRE
TO-BIGHT >RIDaV, Miauwt.
Mr. E. LDHV H benefit.
Mr. gabpard maeder, assisted by
liuwihornt- an/1 Lolwnnnn, have painted orw u4
m*i;nliiont Hmnfrv for tlie new PANTOMIME to ho pro
duced at NIXON'S CREMORNE GARDEN lhl? ereninf.
George ciiribtyb minstrels,
981 BROADWAY,
Ommdte Metropolitan llowl.
George Phrl?ty and J. N. Bru ;? Lpkm-c? and I'rnnrletoeai
George Chi is 17 Sia Manager
J. N. Brfgga Maimer and Treaaure*.
HON DAY, JCLY W.
aud every evening dui 104 tue week, the Uujbable Etbloptaa
Fkwi of
THR double BEDDED ROOM.
George Chriaty at Duliimer 1
Wie Camoim QiiartetJe,
REEVES, .WOKLAND BLRCfl AND CORWIB.
Thi-Ctianiplen C!og-Dancer, R. SANDS.
Tlie b?'?t Band in tin- prot*e*aton and the orient hoiwe h
city. GRAND matinee every Saiurila) at i o'clock.
Adinl*at?n '."ft itiim. Nn halt prn-e.
Door* ope* at 7. Ourt?iu rteba at 8 preclaely.
Moxsieck ronzani has arranged a new
Ballet for the pantomime m In- produced at
NIXON'S t'REM 1 *KnK GARDEN thl* evening
New iowky theatre.
rill BAY Ev ENINC, Angiiat I.
TllwMAS FRANCIS MEAOllKR
Uugii Iter General U. 8. A..
will pa? tUU tlicaire
A YStffT
to.xmiit.
accompanied by hit Stuff.
T A ffiMUtlTA ISABEL H'IW.\?, THE BENOWKRD
Aj Suanlra Daiiaeuee, will ??|i?ear In the new PANTO
MTMKw or at NfXOB'g tl'.KMOIW k. gahdrm
tbiaeveatng.
W/ O0D'S MINSTRELS,
TV W4 BSOADWAY?M4,
#fpoatU) the St Blchola* Hotel.
1ICWY WOOD ;;oie Prot'di^w aud Manage*
CNi'ltKQEQKN rBD S0OCSM.
EVERY HYkN*iG DURING THR WBCK
?EMR or' HINsTIMj*?Y HY
BTBHORH, CHABLBi FnY, FRANK BROWER. COOL
WIIITIL abe' CO PERCY, ?UMB. SOUWfCARDI.
SI'AmEV, iNAAlti. ' ? v KATAliU t. HAM.AM, 1.E1M,
Wil.KS LEWIS, TOM BRiUtM Jr.. *<?., Ac.
Door* open at 7, eoaimetire at & Aitu>lmi.4i 2Sceata.
XT EW BOWERY "THEATRE.
IN BRHiADlRB GftNCRAL
THOMAS FRANCIS MEAUHER
AND STAFF
will fMt the Iheutre
THIS (KltlPAYl EVENING Aegnitl.
milOMAS ? aBWR*T?K.V AN omoINAIt
A OrMttre am; the incidental maiir ftrfha new nto
mlme to be produced ilila eveula ; at NIXON'S CRKMORNB
GARDEN.
Hail n?* glad tidings.
The pi opinion 01 il>? Parielao Cabinet of WondeiJL
56S BKOADWAV. ? k JM BROAD WAT,
,N, it d'?or lit Rail M Slak'*,)
Ma? niiiii ??i."i?lee *'lillUon? 10 their allT.a<ly faintMia In
stitution. The Jin lie may now there w *igh ? of a truly
?nper'i, a?to'niet?(t, Mgrtlmgaiid a*toal?Kug JGttd. Th-ae
marvlietia R. V' latlo?? jrf .vature *1^ trul.v ft" , itll'tii, end
ennattl .f ?i?ei vthln* Wwtiierftil, K>traonlinnry, Mvate
T?rrf Mar?ei oii?, Et' lUng, > nm talng, Ei^iiMll
II'OiIon*. Cnrloll* and So'iHinpltiiu. Look at 'U* i;reai
* " only Oefhim the vri . nl. ? J. K in Il pi Ilorilon,and
?rMirpaf^d for gra<-e ami l-mlturi ',i. *,it ,.
OpiMi forgetitteBumonly from 10till It).'
/lAir.TIES CONCERT ROOM, tllfl MKOADWAY, TffO
VJ <1 ? 'i ? 'r?m Ho'itto i ktr* T no atA<ra,
TIM Stove MtahH?hinem {a'rmrit area/ iilant, a* uaual.
rilRITY WAITER G lit IJ
We In attendance, to wait upon vni'm
ALhERI Ui. Proprteter.
\TKW KOWRRY THEATRE
i> M- K. KDIIY'S FARKWRLL BE^'ErlT
a:n*. laet ifRmMit.* but one.
Mri. VARKKN,
Mr. E. L. TII.TOM
Mr. JOHN T RAYMOND,
together ?lib th? whole of llv
TALENTtO COMTASY.

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