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TTllfTlOMI-THH NEW MILITIA LAW -HXBMP
jck Oum Claims made out ud recorded ami AflWmvitaad
?mistered by JOHN A. MrB tRLKY, United Stav* Passport
Ageat, Nouity Public and CoaBMBar. No. 7 PlM Wwk
?r Bdimuda. C'.Mioin Uou?.-, or at hia re?uie?ce, uornerof
riltyhfll. Mnei and Broadway
DRAFTINU?PERSONS BXEMPT FROM military
dun i all h?ve proper uapei. made out. At ?ery small
?oat, ^ eLl^oa CALVIN1 W SMITH, Mo. 2 Now Cigua
tera iirtti, corner 01 Chatham.
BAFTINU -A NOTE. "I AM NOT A CITIZEN OF THB
Uniu-il Kuira." Nuu-ctilzena, p rsons from ihe country,
Mraiueu diseased persons, pernnas unucr 18 and o. er 46. ?ea
. ?ttnient-". civil and public offio ra. and others, tall ub
?< OTT A COMPANY, Exemption Agents, headquarters. #61
?roadway i Wood ? ma b!u build ngs), room No. {1. N B.
Fwo regular Dhys-ciana oit baud u> make lite requisite medi
an! examination. Office boar* from 8 A. M. to Jr. M.
EXEMPTION FROM military Pl'TY ?ALL PER
sous claiming exemption {.via military duty !? rany
Maa>u wb?tMudVfr, ?Mk proium their exemption unpen tT
GEO. H. JOUNBON, Noury Public, Nos. V And 59 Pine m.
BtXEUPTION CLAIMS MADE AND RECORDED?AK
dtiavits administered by SMiTFI ,t I.UCKWOUO, L'nit-'d
Btaue Pas. 'wrt Ag- Ms. Notary Public and Commissioner*,
? Pinu siriet, rooms Nos. 3 and 11 or Rotunda, Custom
TjUUSMPTIOM PAPER** MADE OCT AMD FILED WITH
Pi accuracy and despatch, At No. 7 Fra.uk.fort struct, up
?taink OflieC hours S A. M. till 5 P. M
t>. BOO ART, Notary PubUc.
Get your kxempti-on papers properly
drawn up aud tiled, by JOHN LANKTkBE. Lawyer
?nd Notary Pulill?,No. 16 Centre atrcet, near toe City Hall.
Ili'U.up at No. t> Second 8ll?et.
ILITARY EXEMPTION PAPERS PREPARED
twhicb must be sworn to and fl.ed be 'or* the 16m of
u*t. ins' i t', uia\ be hail ai Jti/ Broadway. up stairs,
ImmhWM i'L'RNISS, Esq., Notary and Counsellor at Law.
"MILITARY EXEMPTION BLANKS FURNISHED,
Ju tilled up a ud bled, at MS Third Avenue, near Thirty
fourth street.
UTARY DRAfflHO.-persons EXEMPT FROM
?iJ.tary uiny, can nave iirnper papers made out, sworn
1 tie,: at vprjr an.ail cost, ai No. 6 Pine street, by
STEPHEN A. PIERCE, Commissioner of Deeds.
M
Iff
U ILITARY EXEMPTS-SAVE HOURS OF DELAY AT
Mm. tue c ?
$or leg^l _ _
CUMINi; Noiari^ a, front num. third lloor, <37 Hroadway.
the C.ty Hall and avoid runner*;, by anplylni; at
' ' oertlbeaten, to H. W. BOOitiTAVER * J.
1 Bi?ad < y iiank, corner of Park place Fee, 26 cents.
On.Or hours 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. J. R. C. at No. 2U3 Bleeoker
?treat, alter 7 P. M.
MILITARY EXEMPTIONS?FOR 26 CENT8. OB S7*
cen.a, including tiling N. B.?There ta uo legal neces
setv for applicants to go to the County Cle k's odloe. Apply
At 133MaatAii street, first floor, ream Bo. S, to the Cemmla
stws?r of Deeds. a
ARY EXEMPTION.?PERBOMB claiming Ex
emption from military duty, can obtain naoesaary
" wiihoot delay. Pr.nted forms now ready.
8. OSGOOD, Notary Public, 83 Cedar street.
IflLIT
A em|
|JIW TORE, AUGUST 7, 18B.-TO ALL WHOM IT
JW may eoneern ?The undersigned hare opened an office,
Mad sue sow r?ady to furnish Substitutes for those drafted
tm the United States army (ieod, able bodied men furuiah
ad, At prices from $100 to $i.UU0. The books will open for
?M be net! I of tbe public, August 8, At 73 Nassau street,
Bask, second boor. Office hours from 9 A. M. to S r. M.,
?Mill further notice. Captain VANDENBURG.
Bom. WM. H. PECKHAM, IT. J.
f>BRSONb claiming MIUTABY EXEMPTION CAN
X have their papers properly drawn and swarn to berore
tbe subscriber. Fee 26 crnis. None exemptorlthout the atil'
davit W W HEBBERD, Commissioner oi Deed*, 64 Wil
liam street, corner ot l'inc. room 17, or 100 East Seventeenth
atreet, morning And evening.
TfiO ARB EXEMPT AND WHO ABE NOT-THE
militia laws of tbe United States, toia tber with the
. lawn of the State of New York. Just published,
copies six cents; per 'Ml, $3. T. R. DAWLEY, Pub
r, corner oi Reade and Centre streets.
TJTHO ARE EXEMPT AND WHO ABE MOT.?THE
TT DOW Mi lit.* Law of the State of New York, with aJ
Muk forms, returns, Ac., Ac., passed A?inl A 1862. Price
a cent*. Published by R C. ROOT, AMHO.VK A CO.,
?tattoners, 10 Nassau struct. Sold by the stationers gene
t*Of
QAA nnn DRAFT.?THE SUBSCRIBERS WTLX
WVU.uUv tase the risk of a draft of any number of
persona liable to draft, and guarantee to furniah a substitute,
Id case the partv ii.av he drafted, lor the sum of $250
OAUBEkT a CO., 240 Broadway, room No. 1.
^HOUSES, R003I5, Sr., TO LET.
f^tOAL YARD TO LET AND FIXTURES FOR SALE.?
\J Thr*e Tenement Houses will be ,et with the Yard, or
atefy. Apply at 333 Rivington street.
First floor and basement, and back room
on second floor of houxe 47 Lispenard street. near
Broadway; a desirable location; rooms tu perfect order;
pant low. Apply to A JOL'RNKAY, 373 Broadway.
FWRNISHED HOUSE TO LET-IN BROOKLTN. NEW
ly fum.sbe 1. containing all the modern improvements;
hot aii l e..Id water in all the rooms; bath room, water clo
sets, atauoiiary wash tubs. Ac. Largo yard, front and rear.
Oor of the finest locations in Brooklyn. Will be rented
cheap to a good tenant. Addrtas ?., box 2,038 New York
Fust ofUce.
fIX) LET-A BEAUTIFUL SUIT OF APARTMENTS.
X Very healthy location. Ore Dining Room. Kitchen, Par
lor, two Bedrooms; $10 per month. Inquire comer of Forty
ftrat street and Fourth avenue. A.to a little beauty of a
three atory House cheap, fi?7>$ Second avenue, between
Thirty-sixth ani Thirty-seventh streets.
r> LET-TWO FIRST CLASS FOPR 8TORY BROWN
stone Houses cheap. Location very choice and healthy.
Inquire on the premises, 37 Forty-sixth street, between
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Also opposite. a smaller four
browo stone House, a perfect gam. Also one fur
If*) LET?FRONT AND BACK PARLOR, BACK BASE
X mei.t and one large rarret Room, at 194 Elm street.
~ " $20 per month. Inquire of B. FLACH, 178 Centre
T?
LET-THE VERY DESIRABLE ENGLISH BASE
?lent House, No. 74 West Forte-tlist street; haaalltbe
rn improvements: will be tinted very low to a good
it. Inquire of JOHN A. CORMICK, 149 West Fortieth
r LET-THE VERY desirable THREE 8TORY
bi*h stoop House, No. S07 West Twenty-third street,
?ear Loudon terrace, iu perfect order; xas, water, bath and
ft I the modern Improvements anil conveniences: e jurt yard,
Arubtoery, Ac., will he rented low and immediate possession
gtrem. Inquire of H 8 MOURE. 75 and 77 King street.
rUT-TRE UPPER OR LOWER FART OF A VERY
ewnpiete three story House, with convenient arrange,
its for housekeeping. Apply at 123 East Forly-cighth
?t, or to J. SEXTON, 121 Nassau street.
r let-a handsome house on fourteenth
street; modern improvements and in good order; reaT,
Including use 01' gsa Hit ini aud new oilcloths, $J(J0 per an
awn. Address J. Thompson, box 389 Fost office, with name
and address.
rLBT?APARTMENTS OR FLOOKA AT NO. 181
Woo-ter street, n- nr Bleecker. Kent cheap. Inquire
mt 0. HCHI MANN, 3U2 West Nlnetecth street.
KEWAUDS.
REWARD ?T'ESERTED FROM CAPTAIN JOSEPH
yu 3. Cook s ram pa uy oi the First regiment National
Volunteers, tteorgc King or Kelly, of 444 Orei nwicb street,
John Don y. John McOrmick, and Aug >U is Claln. The
abaee reward will be paid for enci. man and al! expenses
hy^Captaln Jtsepb S. Cook. Camp Washington, Staten
? CRF.WARD.-DOO LOST.-LOST, A BULL TER
rier, rolor yellow, short tali, ears clipped, sear on
hlahnck. $A wtll be paid aud no questions asked, at 143
*"--*er Strt et. Dear Bowery.
REWARD.-8TOI.EN OR 8trayed FROM 117
Hullivau stieet, a black and tan B.ut, from 8 to 7
weight.
LOST AMD FIIOND.
SlANK BOOK LOST-OM THE BOWERY SAVIN?;?
I Bank. No. 144.88V The fin Jer will p.saae return 11 to
Fallon street, In the seg.ir store.
FHJND-IN STORE NO. 48 CHATHAM STRBET
a Pocket ook. eon atning a ?man sum of money. Hup
?aaed to belcng to a Soulier. The owner can have the same
fry proving property and paying for this adv ertisein. nL
J\OU LOST.?ON TV? DAY, A 8MALL. LIOFIT BROWN
/ Italiau . salt) llound; auswers to the name oi Fan It
cruel to reta.n tier, on account of tier pips Sl'lrewad
Mi* the thank* of her owner will be given for her return
to 2 2 Foartii street.
LOST-A TERKIBR DOO, ON WEDNE SDAY AFTER
noon, m Chambers utieet, with a cord and card a.iocued
to It, direote . to IVeasu.l, N. Y. Tue finder wtll be .bershy
nmsM?it by returning him to 146 Broadway, over the tele
graph ull.ee, room No. 18.
LEFT ni8 HOME. 11 charlton STREET, MONDAY
morning last Charles 11 Fowler. 13 years old. Any
pemon knowing hit wiieieabonts will confer ? great favor
aa iits amictcd grand par nts by giving information.
LOST?<<N WEDN1-XDAY AFTERNOON, A10U8T ?, A
small M> m .randum Bo.,k, with fie name of the
?wr.er on the eover. *>? . ?'?f>po?e<l to nave heen lost from
pier 17 East river, going through Mouth street to Coenties
?Up The un<i* r will he smubly rewarded by returning the
?m at Ute Hell lists Pilot ofUce, 23Coentiea slip
JAMES P. ABBOTT.
L06T-ON THURSDAY MORNINO. IN OOINO
through B wery, Orand and Centre streets by a poor
peraen. who ian ill ailnr<l to lose t(. one Ten Dollar legal
(??40r Note The Under will he rewarded and receive me
Ihaak" of th? o*??r by leaving It at tb? frame store. No. 94*
Bread way.
LOffT-IN A SECOND AVENUE (CAR. ON WEDNE8
day evening, a Part*! ontainlng books nod papers, of
mn value bul to the owner. The tinder w ill be suitably re
warded by !<*vlng II at .he olUce <jf the Unity Instance
Comi soy, W Wall street.
Lost or stolen.-tiie pollowino notes
? vlx ?Fr.ierrnm and Hiintaon s note, iiaisd Ju.y2,V
*x months, for t#iS 9), payal?l? to their exit order at the
Park Bank. also, Frederic* WrMit s note, dated July 1 six
?lODllis, for $162 payable at the Grocers' Hunt, John M
Teb a's note, dat< I July M, six mootlis, or $tt4 V,, payable
?t I be Marine Bank, and D. M. Hollister's note, dste I jT.ns
t, aii months, for $.132 77. pavable ?t 147 Duane street. Ail
payal le to the order o' Jacob Wllkl??on A Hon, ar1n t
indoreed. Hai l no es were mailed to Albany, on We.in**,
day, July 30, and failed to r^aeh their deMInation. All pe-.
?onssre hereby fcirbldden to reeelve or negotiate th'-m. pay.
Rent having been BlojKied. JACOB WILKINSON A SON
? Pearl street N< w York and 12 Stale street, Albany
August 2. likii.
SHTkAVKDN T?IK MOBNINO OF THE 6TII OF AU
gust, ? black llnrse,long tall, ind 1$ hand* high. Who
pver will givs informs).o? to the subscriber will be liberally
**W*M'j LJ KINO, Fourth street Md Lafayette plaefc
"== WINK 4 AMD LIIiVOB$.
"SjOTICE ?I ?*VE THIS DAY APPOINTED W t.
Howell. No. IV Houston ?treet and 31 B- ukman street,
etty of New fork, so<e agsi.t for my Pate Aie Ail or iers
psat lo his addiess wui preaipUy attended ta The publis
are eantloned agam?i cerla n iie? (iudi p? rsnns, who have
pareptltioualy on'alned my casks, and sre llllag then) with
aa ale of In ferlar quality and vendmstne -in-, an mr mann.
factiire. I wld g'laramee noae ,i n Ine n en pareWSN ?f
W, J lloweM sole agent Tor New York.
FsiUfiL/ais, At'fll li 1K2. WM C RI'DMaN
BOA RDI Jura LODGIRG.
A CARD.?THE KL*OAMT RBSIDRNOE NO. TO BAST
Fourteenth street, near Inrtuc piaue, will be newly fur
umhuii tjjr lis uieaeut occu| ant, and It i, la suits or ?.ngly, to
Umiiies or gcntkiueu, wltU or without Board. Those desi
nog superior accommodations way now have a choice of
Koouia, wiita urivaie table il desired. Also a Basetusat suit
able lor a physician. tU-fer. utrn exchanged.
At mo. n west fourteenth street bbtwkem
Kifih and Sixiii avenue*, deairaUe Birni, an suite or
single, with Bout d. Beferanoes ekubaafc-eo.
Am entire parlor floor, consisting or four
ruomi to lot, with Board AUo single Rooms, at 'All
WestFourltfealh street. Apply for three day a
A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY. LiVINO ON MURRAY
Ulll, would let* with Board, lo a gemlemau.or a ??a
tleuiaii and hu wife, a i'arlur and Bi droom on the second
Uoor. Tne rooms . onuun hot and cold water and uas, and
are lian,l*oni?l) furnished. Iin|Uirt* at No. J41 Lu\lugton
avenue, three doors . *vo Thirty-eighth street. Referenoe
repaired.
A PRIVATE FAMILY, WITHOUT CHILDREN. WOULD
lei 10 a lew r?-s|>eciable peruana good Rooms, with excol
t tai It1, at moderate terms. Inferences eichaiiged. Ad
aii ts *7}i West Twenty-sixth atrcec.
* N ELEOAMTLT furnished SUIT OF rooms TO
JX. let, with Board, separate or togetuer, to a lailv or *en
tli man and lady. House ^ >he mo era Improvements.
Apply al S3 West Tweuiy-Bix.ii street, near Sixth avenue.
A RARE CIIANuK.-TOGBTUHR, AS A FASHION
ah.e hoarding bouse, or separately for famines. two
four story brown ilmiae*, Pletanily fun ilied, connected on
An-IBoor, between Broadway and 8i*tu avenue. Apply lo
the proprietor, 70 Weal l birly ' UbUi street.
Anew England lady having just taken a
t.rt-t class House, witu all the iiaprovenx-ms, la desir
ous to real three or four Rooma, handsomely furnished, with
Board, where all the comforts of a home may be had. Gtnlo
men and ladies or aias'.e gentlemen .Irsiretg urst r'ass ac
commodations will jioasc call at 157 Bast Thirty-third street
A FRENCH LADY, OF GOOD EDUCATION IB THE
English language, wishes an engagement as hou c
keeper, either lor a widower or a party of gentlemen. Ad
dress Madame Blond, station A. Spring at
A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO OBTAIN A PLEASANT
Boom and Board, in New York or Williamsburg, w.ih
free use of bath; Catholic family preferred ihouck m0ln
dispensable. Address for three days, Bachelor, box 100 He
rald oflloe.
A SUIT OF NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?
together or separate, in a email family, to gentlemen
only, with partial Board If required. Situation pleasant snd
desirable. Apply at 91 West Eleventh street, near Fifth
aveaue.
ATTENTION IS CALLED OF THOSE LIVING IN
hotels and boar.linn-houses to an establishment opened
at 110 Mardougal street, and furnished with everything
necessary for housekeeping, .so that a family may have a
oomplete home.
A gentleman AND WIFE OR A FEW SINGLE OEN
tlenien can be accommodated with Board ia a desirable
neighborhood: large, cool Rocitas, with water in the rooms:
as* and bath in the house; terms moderate. Apply at 1M
Madison street.
A FRENCH FAMILY, LIVING IN GOOD BTYLE,
would accommodate a gentleman and wife and a few
slnalc gentlemen with Bosra and well furnished Rooma
Spanish. German sad Bnglish spoken. Apply at 99 West
Twelfth street, between Filth aad Sixth avenues.
A YOUNG WIDOW LIVING ALONE, AMD OCCUPY -
ins a neat little house, would aocommodate a gentle
man and lady, with Board for the lady only. Inquire of
Mrs. Willard. 212 Elm street, near Spring.
AN UNFURNISHED FRONT PARLOR AND BBD
room, connecting, for S4; gas, bstb, Ac.; restaurants
convenient. Location 337 Fourth aveaue, opposite Madison
sous re.
A LADY WISHES TO LET A pleasant FRONT
Room and Bedroom, furnished for housekeeping: good
yard and pleassnt neighborhood. Apply at No. 233 West
Twenty-fourth i-troet, between Eighth and Ninih avenues.
A HANDSOMELY FUBNISHBD BOOM TO LET AT
162 Sullivan street, with Board for a lady; family small
and quiet
Board.?neatly furnished rooms, either
with or without Board, for ladies employed out dnrlua
the <toy, or sultablo for single gentlemen. Inquire at No. S
Ludlow place, Went Houston si
Board.-a suit ok rooms on second floor,
one large Room on third floor, and a front Hnll Bed
room on same door, to let, with Board, at 2u KAi Thirteenth
street, between Fifth avenue and University place.
Board.?eligible hoard for an invalid or
lady expecting to require medical care, kindneiw and
home attention. No chLdren or boarders. For location,
term*, Ac , apply to or address Dr. Thiers, 1,217 Broadway.
Board wanted?for a gentleman and wife,
w hU a private fami.y or widow lady, where there are
no other boardera preferred; location west sklc of town.
Terms $8 per week. Including gat. Addreu H. W. H., lle
rald office.
Board wanted-by a young man, in a pri
vate family where there are few or no boarder*: loca
tion not above Twenty-tiltli street. Address cump'.on, Herald
oflice, stating terms, Ac.
Board wasted-by a gentleman having a
family of six females, two of them children. A loca
tion betw- en Foifttli and Sixth avenues, with a small pri
vate family, preferred. A third Hour will answer. Address,
for one week, bot 1,978 New York i'oot office.
Board wanted-by a lady, on or about the
1st of September; to any widow or ladr who maybe
desirous of *<curiai! a desirable companion and uscept a rea
sonable compensation for Board, the advertiser would like
to make an arrangement with; it would be, if saualactory,
permanent; there must be no other boarders, and the loca
tion quiet and retired. Address Conddence, Herald office.
Brooklyn.-a furnished parlor and two
Keilroom*. with or without Board, in a lir?t class bouse,
containing bath and all modern improvement*. Apply at 31
8umu.ii ?tr?'t, Brooklyn, two rainute*' walk from fnrry.
Brooklyn board?wanted, by a gentleman,
either on the Heights or in the vicinity of Hai:son
place. Addr. a.s statin.; location and terms, S. C., box 2,714
New York Fust oflice.
Board in brooklyn.-a gentleman and wife
or single gentlemen can obtain Board by apply lug at 67
High street.
Brooklyn heights.?pleasant room for
a gentleman and wile; also Rooms for single gentle
i men, in a New England familr. House large and airy, with
i bath, Ac.; ronvenlent to ferriea. Terms'mode late. Apply
at m Willow wWt
DUPONT HOUSE?CORNER of HUDSON AND
Laigbt street*; hotel suitable for families or transient
board: opposite St. John's park; terms very moderate.
Furnished rooms to let?at no. <1 east
Tr.entle.ti street, for gentlemen. Handsomely fuaiiah
ed and at reasonable rates.
frnrRNI.^HED ROOM wanted-by a young single
1 man. In a unlet family, between Leiington and Se ond
srenin ? and Forty-flftif and Forty-ninth streets. Address
Octarioua, Herald oflice.
Furnished rooms?gentlemen wishing nice
Rooms in a prli at" House mayapplv at 112 Leonard
? reet, two or ti roe door* east of Broadway. House iirst
cla** nnd newlv lurnished; gas, bath, Ac. Rooms $1 to
Rtfeienre required.
Hotel lodginos.?comfortable airy rooms,
from fi 2ft to f 1 Ml a week. or 29 centsa night, at the
Union Hotel, 1m Prince (tree* corner of Thompson. Meals
at all houra. Open all night.
Harlem.-a private family, occupying a
bouse with all modern improvements, wish to let neatly
' i Rooms, with Board, to i gentleman and wife i/r
single gentlemen. T-rms moderate Apply in 127lh street,
Attn house west of Third avenue, eouth side.
oourt WANTED?BY A SINGLE n^tkeman, TWO
iv small Rom* (Bedroom an<l h.tting
. , r _ltK couch in slttinn room prefeired, must be
slower "25-352? * s.bo'.lSHcrald office.^
r
ST. JOnN'b PARK?38 BEACH STREET.?to LET,
with or without Board, laige and small Rooms, hand
somely furnished, suitable for families or single jrentle iien j
the house contains all the modern Improvement*. Terms
moderate.
r LET?THE PARLOR FLOOR. WITH OR WITHOUT
Board, of the neat, retired cottage ho use, with all the
modern Improvements, So, 47 e*4t Tw nty-scventb street,
near Fourth arenas.
TWO YOUNO LADTEP DESIRE BOARD, IN A FA
rnlly wbere there are few or no other boarders. Terms
$3 per w?e?. Addreai Louise, station A. Spring street.
TtTANTED?boarder8, BY MRS. HARTCHER, FORT
? t Lee, N. Y_
C)/\ GREENE STREET.? furni8iied ROOMS TO LET.
Jrnd\) to >< utlemen ouly. Koomi at from $1 ?o s'> Vi per
week. Alao similar Room* and Rooms for housekeeping, at
No. 1 Monroe street, corner of Catharine.
EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET, THIRD DOOR
*J') from in on square.?a few rery fine Rooms to let.
with Board. pi rnmllies and slnc'e rmitlemr n. Hoitae first
cla>s. Location unsurpassed. Keferencea exchanged.
93
GREENE PTRKET. ABOVE SPRING (ALSTON
>ji? Ho .a-i ?El'gauuy furnished Suit* ot Rooms, gas,
Cmton and ?vrry convenience for houark* eping economi
cal ij; part.cularly suitable lor small, respectable fannies;
rant low.
1 pr^ce STREET, ST. CLAIR HOUSE.?ele
luu gantly i ann?h"d Room*, with Bedroom* attached,
with all the conveniences for housekeeping complete, in
cluding ga* and Croton waWr, to let to resp< rtati.e iaiulliea
or single gentlemen.
BLEBCKRR STREET-fl RNISHRn ROOMS
jg for *lngie gentlemen at $1 per wer* * 'O one or two
Room* for gentlemen and their wtvr? and a splendli tront
Ha .em' nt for a doctor's oOee, to be let cheap to reap ctable
person* onlTt
qin KLM STREET, NEAR SPRING.?FURNISHED
z 1'' Apartments at low rents, witb every convenience
I or housekeeping. t?"*l bedding and linen, furniture and
cooking utenails; gas and ONKBs
c opartxemhipit
Notice.-THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE fx
i istlni; under the name of l/Alcy, lliisti<* A Roberta, Is
this it. jr dioolred by mutual consent Johu le?d *jr retiring
from the said firm. The businexs of tlie Isle firm will be
settled by the remaining partners. J hn Hughes and H<'nry
Robert* will eontinue th<- manufactur> of iron ware under
the name of Hughe* a Roberts. JOHN lal'kkt,
JOHN HUulfES,
Biooartrt.n, N. J.. August 3. M2 HENRY roheiits.
rARTNER WANTED?a RARE OPl'ORTUNfTY IS
offered to any person wlrtnng to invs^t $iii,lm to
f.o 0 i) In an established whol sale drv goo ? < oil e, w,th a
good run oi ca?h Custom. In a large city In the West. One
having a j rac'l al knowledge of tha liu.Hlnes* pr^ferr' 1. All
coinmunl ntions conndential. Sansfac ory referen'eiydven
and requ red. Hnnetpais only wlil address A. L W, St.
ni ho.an Hotel new York, till Tuesday, August 12.
The covartner.suip heretofore existing
between ihe subs i \bors Is this day dissolved liy uiutual
content. Dated N w York, Aug ist 8.1xc2.
W o. GIBSON.
vankervoort.
AI rnn -WANTED, A PARTNER. To id
?tl.sj'"'". this sum *i iallf-vlth'he advertl* r In a pea
sant monor > l/'ng builnsse ?iy wh eli t foriure majr ?>" it
su?ei in s ?hort ilnse. Ia<julre, oefor# io A, M. gf from J te
i I' M . al It West Tblf?v ?'.?ond ??rW{,
COCBTUT BOARD.
A" fEW PA Ml LI EH CAN UK AUCO M MODATED WITH
I'.oar i at Foil Montgomery. Or^. ^o louuiy, N. Y., c a
U>? banknof the UuUhou river, 46 miies froui New ??
Turin* U> $0 per ??-k, *.< ..r<5 11; in romun Occupied. a.
ply in perMHi or by letter to JOHN W. HALL, at the above
Warned place.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO OB THBKE
aiutfle vuuileuiea can Luve tine a< commotiauon-. at au
elegant country scat, within one hour's rule by New Hav< u
earn, on Long [aland Sound. Batiiiug. fishing, bowlm/. 4c.
Adilr. aa lirewikr, 130 Broadway, for further pihi< aUra.
A TEW 000MB STILL TO LRT-ON TUB NORTH
?bore oi Long Island, ti. ky unlsa trorn lb? city, in a
health: ui an i a.r\ lo a'itv. Term a iiiuuerate. Apply to K
H. /RANKLIN, nOB, l? aud 14 >V?at siren.
COUNTRY BOARD WANTBD.-WANTED, BY A K1N
(1* gentleman, Uowril near New York, convenient. lor
dally HOC. aa u> tue i lly, anil where g'lod sa t nakr b. t lug
can be had. Accommodations uu.hi be good and pries
moderate. Addreaa, giving terms and otker paruculai ^ f.,
bo* 1,676 Nrvv York Post uffi. e.
(tOUNTKY BOARD.?A MARRIED OOUl'LB, WITH.
J out children, dcs.se Board on the hign Ruanda of
Htaien lalmd. A private family preferred. Addr ?s for
two limy* C. JL, HriaW oilloe.
CIOUNTEY BOARD?CROKT HOUSE, IK TIIB HHiU
J UiuJ-i, opposite Beat Point, two utiles t'rorn ttarrison a
?kro'.. Passage and cominutilio'i by all trains and sienin*
bi.ata. One aud a hail" htfUr l'roa the city, Inquire at 1U1
Pearl street.
C10UNTBY BOARD AT RIVBRDALE, ON THE BANKS
J oi' the Hudson.?families and geuukuien can now be
accommodate 1 w uh flret class Board. The hoii'O i? only
tbr e minutes' walk from either Mount St. Vincent or River
dele station. A, ply ou the premises, or at 37 West Thirtieth
street.
COUNTBY B< A'ID WANTED?IN A PRIVATE GEN
tc! family, iu South Bergen, Bergen or Bergen Point,
or nij uboi n otf, accessible to the c.ty. A farm house pre
ferred. AtUin sa J. 8., box 124 New York Poet office.
UNTRY BOARD?FOR FAMILIES AND 8INGLB
gentlemen, at the Demilt Farm House, Mill Neck, uear
Glen OMt. Terms $3 to $5 per week. Oysters, clais aud
u?h fresh from the b acb. Bathing, and pl.nty of milk and
vegetables. Steamer Long Island leaves at o'clock for
Glen Cove; stage to the door. Addrees H. Demilt, Locust
Valley, Queen's county, L. I.
RVfflXER RESORTS.^
ATI'S KILL MOUNTAIN HOUSE.?T1II8 FAVORITE
J summer resort Is now open for the reception or guest*.
Visiters will lind at all times an authorized agent at tne
Oattskill steamboat landings, and CaUskill station, Hudson
Kl\er Ball road, to assist visiters, provide conveyance, take I
charge of baggage. Ac.
T7IOBT WILLIAM HENRY HOTEL,
X< LAKE GEORGE,
Will open for the reception of guests on the lit of June.
DANIEL GALE, proprietor, Caldwell, New York. The
steamer Minnehaha. Captain Gale, will commence her regu
lar trips In connection with the steamers on Lake Chain
plain and railroads to Saratoga, on the 10th day of June.
Linden park. Cornwall.?a few choice
Rooms will be vacant on Saturday. August 10. For par
ticulars address C. H. King, Cornwall, Orange county, N. Y.
The la tocrettb house, berobn point, n. j.?
This select family hotel will Be kept open till October.
Boats leave pier 2 North river, at 7:20.11:*), 3:30, 4:30 and ?
?'clock; from Dey street at 10% A. M. and 4% F. M. Time
86 minutes. WESLEY W. HILL, Proprietor.
gALEg OF H-KAIj KSTATES.
RARE OPPORTUNITY FOB CAPITALISTS OR PER
sons desiring Country Residences.
The subscriber offers for sale bis Countrr Residence, re
cently surveyed snd laid ont so that it can he divided into
three distinct parcels, each having a water front and most
splendid building Kites. The properly consists of 900 acres, a
line, stylish old mansion In a lawn oI fourteen acres of lofty
shade trees, native and impoited. innumerable and of great
variety; a garden tastefully designed and stocked with trulls
and tlowers; outbuildings, including farm houA, yachtman's
cottage, "troniing on a One harbor," and a bowling alley.
The situation has unequalled advantages for either a prJVate
residence or for speculation, bavins a bold shore on the
Sound a mile in extent, two aides belted by cresk and inlet,
one side by the main road; the lands tracing the rlrers
gently slope either way. so that every building site commands
tine views of the Soirad and surrounding country. Two
thirds of the sites can have water fronts. Tbe place is per
fectly healthy, water eic_ ""It and air Inrigomtlng. Dis
tance from tne citv 18 miles by New Haven Railroad; busi
ness men can reach the city from this plaeo in less time than
from Harlein by the ?'?Due car*. Persons desirous of
avoiding city taxes, the dangers and detentions in crossing
the rivers, will do well to give this advertisement their early
attention. No estate of equal size within one hundred miles
of Ne>v York combines the diversified advantages aud regal
elegancc of thin old residence in every particular and all its
sp ointments. Tbepresent distance to railroad stations, two
miles. When " Chatsworth" is made a station^ now in con
templation (depot already built), the distance will be only
balf a mile. Apply on the premises, to
E. K. COLLINS,
or to him at the office of J. 8. Caldwell. 24 Pine street
A DUTCHESS COUNTY FARM OF 146 ACRES FOR
?Ic or enhance?In eight mile* from Poughkeepsie;
good Buildings, Fruits, 4c. Also several fine Fsrnis,
with good inipn.veiiL. nim, fn Woe?n* and Rock
land countie* to exchange. A. SERGEANT, lo Wall n.
A FIVE STORY STOKE AND BUILDING, 772 SIXTH
avenue, ncarlv ne.w, occupied, and will pav $90 per
month. Also a lirel ciasa three story new brown atone
House on Murray Hill, near Fifth avenue, und a nUe small
Farm at Bln.hamton, cheap for cash or exchanged in pai l.
Applv to J. W. BARTI.ETT owner, At W. F. Seymour a, 7H
Cedar atrect.
COUNTRY RESIDENCES, FARMS, HOUSES AND
Building Lots, in and near the city; Grist Milia, large
water powef; valuable Lands West, near railroad, to sell
and exchange: Fartnera wanted, Invention* to negotiate,
Bu?iue-8 to sell. BROWN A DENING, 98 Broadway.
/CENTRAL FARE.?FOR BALE, TWO LOTS, SITUATED
\J in the Twelfth ward, running through from iOith to
106th s*. reel a, 25j.HH feet, between Fourth and Flfthare
nura, 27S feet from Fourth avenue. Apply to O. EVANH <*
SON, No. 1 Jacob street.
COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE?SITUATBE ONE MILS
from the village of Flushing, U I? of easy aeoes* to
New York by railroad and steamboats. Containing about Al
teon acres of land, r. lurge and roui?odiouAhouse and out
buildings, grountls usiei ully laid out, an abundance of sll
kinds 01 fruits acd siir ibbery. For particulars and address
apply to R. M. 1IAKBINOTON, No. 42 John street, New
York. Price $16,000.
G
IOUNTKY RESIDENCE WANTED?WITH FROM
v-/ five to thirty acrr? of land improved to h ire, with prm
lea* of purcbaainc on r^aionabll termr, within one bpur a
ride of the city, or will exchange for some unincumbered
city property, paying ten per cent, in connection witn ?e
lectea farming and timbered Linda In tie State of Wiaoonein.
Addr<-at?, witn particular! of location. lmpruvemviita, price
and encumbrance (if any), T. B. C., box 1,614 New \ork
rofit ottice.
Exchange.?in Brooklyn a ftrst class,
three atory House, all modern improvements, with Fur
niture, for Farm, well Improved, with Stock and Crops. Ad
dress, with particulars, Farmer, Herald oiBoe.
FARM8, COUNTRY SEATS, RESIDENCES AND EVERY
variety of Real Extate, in cttr and country, for rale, ex
change and to let, on the most liberal terms. Also 'ales aud
Decollations of tne dill'-rrnt kin.in of busluess, li.ans, Mr.
BOLTHW1CK k WOOD, 82 Nassau street
11 ACM?FIFTY-ONE ACRES," TWENTY-FOUR MILES
by Erie Railroad, to exchange for hoiise. $?.000; i?on; y
to loan ou farms; lirst mortgage, $3,400, for sale. Apply be
fore 10 A. V. and after 4 r. M. to C. H. LOCK, No. 402
Fourth street. __
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A BRICK HOUSE IN
Seventieth street, with two adjoining Low. between
Tlilrd aud Fourth avenues. Lots in Seventy-se< ond street
for sale or exchange for Improved city property or a farm
near the salt water preferred. Lots in B'-vent'-Lhlr l street
foi sale. Also a banilMime Residence to let on Third avenue
and Seventy-second utreet, with eight or tenlott, more or
lesx, as the partus mayagiee. Apply to JOHN CALLA
GHAN, corner of Seveuty scoond street and Third avenue.
F~0R SALE LOW~OR FART EXCHANGE-THE SPLEN
did Property 6a Third avenue; lot V> by V00 feet to a
ten foot rear alley, on whleh Is a two story brick stable.
House is a large soil three .lory, attic and bi4* basement
witli store. Inquire at 19 Inlversity plau.1, corner of Ninth
street.
FOR SALE OR EXCTIANfiE?A BRICK HOUSE. ON
Amity street, near Wooster, for a small house, worth
about uui), up town or in Harlem, near a railroad. In
quire ore. SCHUMANN, .WJ West Nineteenth utreet.
FOR EXCHANGE-DESIRABLE PRODUCTIVE BROOK
lyn Property, for ft Farm well located In Ohio, iNbl*
gan, Illinois or Wisconsin. Address bo* 2U6 Herald office.
OB SALE LOW OR EXCHANGE-COST fl2.0?>-AN
e|? gait three story hou^e, built by day's work, and
hni-heci Hi the very twst mannor. with art modem Improve
ments, situated in B.ooklyu, B. D ,ln the most desirable
location near Bedford aven.te; mortgage about $7.?00,
wnleh can remain: for the haanee will take countrv pro
perty. New York State ot elsewhere, with or without bnlld
ngs thereon ,or stock goods, or other available securities.
An oder w spYMOt'R, Att'y, IS Wall street, N. Y.
F~OR SALE?AN EXCEEDINGLY PRETTY AND COM
iortaole English basement House on Murray Hill. Pries
? ItOuO which will not be deviated Iroin. Adurcss House,
hot IIS New York P. sl o01ce.
TT'OK SALE OR EXCHANGE?IN JERSEY CITY, Tllfj
I; eligible tour story snd batetr enMlrl'k Build.ng,Wo. 7
Exehsn e place, adjoining the ferry. Fine store, 70 feel
deep; upper stories !UU*d for oHlec*, families or uianiif ic
turin.'. Will eichange Tor a Col'ge or other good property
iu South Bergen. Aduresa bos 36 Jersey City Font ofllco.
T^NDS?TO ALL WANTING FARMS -LARGE AND
IJ thriving settlement ol Vinelaud. mild clinute, thirty
m.les tout" of I'hi adsiph.a, by ruiroad, rich soil:
lino er ioa. to be ?een g tew tag; twenty sere tra ts, at
from ?15 to $-'0 |>er ser. ; psyaliie withjo lour
v-ars. Go id busii.eso openings good aoelety. Ilnndreds
ere seilllng and making 1 > prov. oi nls Ap; ly to CHAS. IC,
LANDIS T'.>stmaster, Vlneiaiul, 1 UBiOOrla 'I eountv. New
Je sey. L> t ors answered. Papers Ouu.aining full inlor
rnsUon will l>e sent irso.
aVaLuablk FARM FOR SALE-TO CLOSE AN EH
V tale. Situate ore srd a fourth mi.e* from the village
o' Amu t .tni, Wontgomfry eoiinty, New York, being 'lurty
miles from Alb ny, mnUlnln* ltd seres of l uid. On the
farm Is a fine,-Iiostantial briek house, 40 leet square, ? |.h
pili/sa all ar "Hid. en wed with g ass. Also, tood i arn',
car aite lioutcn, gralneiy. sinoko lion-es, Ac. The above af
fords a g.iixl opportunity Tor a genueman or praetieal farmer
aeeklni! a good lai in, and most by.Seen to b? appieclated.
F' r terms, ,lr.( si p y to K, II. LAlM ilEKR J3 Atlantl - Dock,
Uiooklj n,'or iUl i?nu 1(0 Broad stieet, N. V.
(}C to OB 100 AORKI Or FARMING LAND, NEAR
ZO. the city, iromfl to??sn a. r. , go.?l larms adjoin
In' near rsilr a I. Now is the time to buy a farm atid ralae
a living. Wi.l ,1.0* tl.eso lands next wee*. AppiytolRA
YBR, l7<WhathaBi streot.
iPOBTMi.
EMI'if S cmr RBOATTA CLUB M 8MB KM WILL
?II' et this evening st the Farrlnh il.i.ise, Houston street,
between Cio-by and lii ua I way, to perfeet arrangement* for
the annual Regatta. By order of
STEPHEN ROBERTS, President.
For salk-six Newfoundland and st. bkr
nsr l l)og<-tvro oi the >i the bi'ifst and ban.isomesi in
the citv- iJ inch's high, weight M'? lb'., je'. black, well
train <1; also, one pure Kitli Dog. anaw white; one well
broM'ii Pointer Dog, liver an I white eo or; one Fox Hound,
one Rebbit liO'in ', Blnck and Tan T> rr.er?, Heot' h Terriers.
A'l.reas II Uaruner, comer of Br a<l*ay snd Fiitkth
stieet, H Y.
YACHT, SLOOP RIGGED, Ft 'It SALE-I N COM
O i. " arii r utted an l fo md n ih- hea' m inn r, air> t
jf ieM !*><> 10 eet i.oam, aith a l..rge eahin, cauuic 'ark e.
?r co-Hi Iste. Will lie sold hesp, l>> suDlying t j LEWIS
tTBUBEB, twtyif tU??? tJflf,
rvrniib
Q TEA 54 WUXlTm LxvSHFOOtJ^OOTIli^A*
0 (^ueenstown |Cork llarK>r. >?TUu La?< rpu?l, New York
and Philadeipiife Ste..runti ip Company inu-nd despatching
th< ir fult powered Clyde u.iiu irvu su:aiushlj*i as follow* ?
ETNA- SoUiiday August 9
CITf Ok MANCHESTER. Katuruay August 18
CITY OK U.vLTi vlOKK .. Saturday August 3
Ai.j every succeeding Saturday, at noon, from pier 44 Nortb
river.
KATRS OF PASSAGB.
FIRST CABIN ?&> STKERAUB $36
Do. to Loudon i/o Do. 10 L iidou ...... i1
Do. to Farts !?} Do. to I'aris 41
Do. to lla:nburg US Do. to Hamburg 40
Passengers alio lotv .i.ied to Havre, Bremen, Rotterdam,
Autwrrp, At-., id equally low rates.
Kures from Liverpool or (jueenatownFirst cabin, 19,17
aud^I guiaraa. Steerage from Liverpool, ?8 8; f rom Omens
town, ?t> 1 Aid those wiio wish to smd lor tbrlr friends
can huy tickets liere at the curr ta rue ol cxcUanje.
Th h itttmen have miiirroricmdiii*M(iu ror passen
grrf, are suongly b iill in watertight iron sect:oos, aud cany
patent iti i- anniuilator. Experienced eurgi ons are attached
to e.?cli steamer.
For i urloer information apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INM AN, Aiienl. 32 Water streel; iu(;iasi;ow to ALEX. MAL
COLM, \>. ? fSt. Enoch aquas*; lu Oii-enstowii to (7. ? W.
U. aKYMbl'B A CO.; in Loud n to ElVKS A MACEY.61
King WillianiNtreot; in Par s to JULK8 DICOOI.'K 48 R'ie
Notre D one dea Viutor.e , P.aro de la Bourne; iu Philadel
phia to JOHN G. DALE, ill Walnut street, or at the Com*
pany'a oil ices.
JOIIN Q. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, New York.
rpilK BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL
X Wail a e.imsi.lps between New York and Liverpool,
eal ing at Cork Harbor, aud between Beaton and Liverpool,
railing at Halifax anil Cork Harbor.
SCOTIA, Capt. Jiulkiua, CHINA, Capt Anderson,
PERSIA, Capt. Lott, ASIA. Capt. Cook,
arabia'?apt. SK>ue, El'ROPA, Capt. J. Leitcb,
AFRICA, CaDtrBhanaon, CANADA, Capt Muir.
AMERICA, (Apt. Moodie. SlAUARA, Capt. A. Ryrie.
AUSTRALASIAN.
Then* vi asi lH -arr> aelo.ir white lijiit at masthead, green
on starboard bow, red on port now.
ntou NBV roll* TO UVCBPOOL.
Chief Cabin Pn.ifat,e ...,,$190
Second Cabin Par age 76
rRO-M BOSTON TO UVKHFOOL.
Chief Cabin Faaca.'e $110
Second Cabin Passage 60
Tne pasauKe money by tho steamships sailing alter the 1st
01 August will ha
MOM HKW TORS.
Chief Cabin $180
Second Cabin 85
ntOM BOSTON.
Chief Cabin $13$
Second Cabin 70
BCOTIA leaves New York Wednesday, July 18.
El'ROPA leaven Boston Wednesday, July 23.
PERSIA leaves New York Wednesday, July 901
ASIA leaves Boston Wednesday, August 8.
AUSTRALASIAN leaves New York Wednesday, Augsst 111
ARABIA leaves Boston Wednesdav, August 30.
SCOTIA leaves New York Wednesday, Augusts).
Berths not secured until paid for.
An experienced surgeon on board.
The owners of these shins will not be accountable for rold,
silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, precious stones or metals, un
less bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof
tBerein ?tp
Green.
SMTBAM FROM NEW YOBK TO LIVERPOOL.
? The steamship OREAT EASTERN, Walter FatOB, <
?l^pat. bed
FROM LlVSRrOOL,
(Calling at Queenstown)
Saturday, August 1$.
Wednesday, October 1.
Tuesday, NovemBer 18.
First cabin, from
ntoa i?rw wu,
Tuesday, September 9.
Saturday, October 28.
Thursday, December 1L
_ $110 to $155
Suits of apartments for families may be engaged by
special agreement.
Second Cabin, Bute Boom berths, meal* served at separate
table. TTT7T! 77: .77$80
Tickets for tho voyage to and from Liverpool, in first or
second cabin, at t fire and i balf.
Third Cabin, iiflermediate 8tate Room passengers, found
with bed, bedding, table utensils and good substantial
food.T77 7 88
Steerage, with superior accommodations 38
Each passenger allowed twenty cubic foet of luggage.
An experienced Surgeon on board.
For freight and passage, apply to ?
CHAS. A WHTTNEY,
At the office, No. 30 Broadway, New York.
HOWLAND A ASPINWALL, Agents. _
Hamburg american packet company -steam
to London, Hamburg. Havre and Southampton. The
favorite first class antfelegant Iron mail steamship BAXO
NIA, Capt. H. Ehlers, commander, carrying the United States
mail, etuis from pier No. 21, North river, foot of Fulton
street, positively on Saturday. August and takes pas
sengers for London, Hamburg, Havre, and Southampton at
the following rates:?
First cabin $118
Second cabin 70
8teerage 40
For passage apply exclusively to RI0HARD B0Ag
161 Broadway, New York.
The north oerman lloyd-s steamship h an
SA, H. J. von San?en. com > under, cai'rving the United
8tat''s mail, will sail from pier 30 North river, foot of Cnam
bers street, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, AT 12 O'CLOCK K.
ron
BREMEN VIA SOUTHAMPTON,
taking passengers to
LONDON, HA
Havre, Southampton and Bremen.
at the following rat; s ^
For tlie first cabin, $11S; second cabin. $70', steerage, $10.
For freight or passage apply to
OELRICHS k CO., 88 Broad streeL
Fare to Liverpool, $13 in second cabin, and
found, at Roche's Passage oilioe, 83 South direct. Ship
ALBERT GALLATIN, for Liverpool, Rail* from pier 19 East
river August 8. Whip AMERICAN CONGRESS, for Lon
don, sails Augur'. 9, For passages, at rates lower than any
ollee In the city to or from the old country, apply to TllOa.
C. ROCHE, 83 South street.
First packet positively for Liverpool ?
The favorite packet ship DEWITT CLINTON will iall
Saturday, August 9. Tbia ship ha* excellent accommoda
tions for all classes of paasengera at reduced rate*. Apply
on board, pler(13 Eaat river, or to C. A. TEN EYCK, 67 South
atreet.
IjlOR LIVERPOOL.?ONE OF THE FASTEST CLIP
' per* afloat.?The Old Black Star Line clipper ship
ADELAIDE, Capt. Cutting, lying at pier 27 Bast river, sails
potltlveiy 8th of August. Passage about Id days. For pas
sage apply immediately on board, or to WILLIAMS k
oglON, <0 Fulton street.
T7!Ok LIVERPOOL?OLD BLACK STAR line.?THE
r clipper ship ADELAIDE. lying at anchor in tbe stream,
sails to-morrow, at daylight. The BELLE WOOD sails
August 12. For passage apply to WILLIAMS k GUION,
40 Fulton street.
R LIVERPOOL AND LONDON TAPSCOTT8
Line.?Ship FRANCIS A. PALMER. ?t Jiler 30 East
F?
river, sails for Liverpool August 12. Ship HEIltBSS, at pier
18 East river, sails for London to-morrow. Kor passage, at
low rates, apply on board, or to TAPSCOTX k CO., No. M
F
OR LIVERPOOL?BLACK BALL LINE.?CLIPPER
ship OREAT WE8TERN sails to-morrow. For pas
sage apply on board, foot of Beekman street, or to JACOB
WILSON, 173 South street, opposite Roosevelt street ferry.
"LIOR LIVERPOOL?SHIP AMERICA, CAPT. SALTER,
P pier 8 North river, sail* August 11; and the celebrated
clipper shin DREADNOUGHT, Capt. Samuels, pier 6 North
river, acklowledged to be the fastest vessel atloath, sails
August 18. For passage, lowest rates, apply immediately to
secure berths on board, or to P. If. DEM A REST, 40 South
street.
1,1 OR LONDONDERBY, IRELAND.?A LIMITBD NUM
1 tier of passengers will be taken in the ship MINNEHA
HA, Capt. McQrath, sailing on Saturday morning, August 9.
.Application for passage to be made to G. A J. KNOX k CO.,
82 Pearl street.
Australian pionrer line?carrying the
United Slates Mall.?The well known, favorite clipper
ship llUS^AR, Ilowlaod Commander, now rapidly loading
at pier?, K.iat river, will succeed the ship Santiago, and
have quick despatch for Melbourne direct. Has superior ac
commodations fir first and second class cabin passenger*.
The A1 extreme clipper bark NORD STERN, Otto Sohst,
Commander, now rapidly loading at pier No. 8 North river,
will succeed the Julia Ambridge, and sail positively on the
Hth Inst, for Sydnoy, N. 8. W. Has very line acioinnioia
lions for a few more lirst cabin p?Men;'ets if seevred Imme
diately. Sight drafts tor sale and cash advances ma<fe on
consignments. For freight or passage apply to R. W.
SAMERON, 88 Beaver street.
RRANGEMENT COMMENCING JULY L 1962,
FOR CALIFORNIA VIA PANAMA.
A first class steamer will leave New York on the 1st, 11th
and 21st of each month, except when these dales fall on
Sunday, when the day of departure will b? on the Monday
following.
For freight or passage apply at the only office. No. 8 Bow
line Green. ?-?"'* D. B. ALLEN, Agent.
TO NEW ORLEANS
DIRECT.
THE UNITED STATES MAIL steamship
MATANKA8,
LIESEGANG, Commander,
will leave pier 4 North river for New Orleans August 9, at
12 o'clock. For freight and passage apply to
THOMAS ASCENCIO k CO.,
17 Broadway.
FOR NEW ORLEANS. DIRECT.-THE SMALL, FAST
sailing steamship NASSAU '.vlll leave pier No. 6, North
river, for New Orleans, on Saturday, A'gust 9, at 3 P. M.
For freight or passage apply to J. B. GAGER, 104 Wall St.
INSTRUCTION.
A CARD-BOOKKEEPING, PENMANSHIP, ARITH
nietlc, Ac., without which young men are incompetent
to enter into business for themselves for others, are
taught, ay and evening, at PAINE'S Mercantile Colleges,
62 Bowery, New Yoik, and 283 Fulton street, Brooklyn.
Ladies' WritingClass $2 tor twenty lessons.
A YOUNG LADY. WHO IS CAPABLE OF TEAC11INO
all the English branches, the ruum.euls of m ,sie,
French and Latin, des.res a sruallon as guverueas. Address,
for one week, box 68, Somtrv.lle, New Jersey, stating full
particulars.
AK UROPEAN LADY, EDUCATED IN FRANCE. EX
peril need in teaching, wishes a situation in a school
or prlvsto lamlly. She leaches French, Horn an, the Eng
lish branches and music. Best references given. Address
Mile, M. L., Washington, D. O., .'<83 Pennsylvania avenue,
between I'our ami-half and Sixth streets.
I^ORT EDWARD INSTITUTE.?M08T SUCCESSFUL
JT Hoarding Setniuav In tiie State; J'W.or fourt, en weeks,
board and the English branches. Special terms to ladies.
A full com.uercial course. See new catalogue for particu
lars or rates and advantages. Fall term August 21. Ad
dress Hev. Jbseph E. King, Fort Edward, N. V.
IjlORT washington FRENCH INSTITUTE ?FKENriJ
t> 1s the lauguage of tne school. Collegiate course mo
dem language*! preparatory course to Wesi Point; higher
mathematics, laboratory and mineiaioglcal cabinet. Prin
cipal*? LlvSi'lNvtSSK A KnTEKEN, graduate Engineer of
the Imperial School <>1 Mines. *
Lessons in french?two classeil one for
la .ies and another tor gentlemeu. will comim nee early
In 8> | leriber. Also private lessons. AdtfTess E. C., box l&l
Herald ofl.ce, or anpiy nt 1"8 tlinton street, Brooklyn.
Spanish language taught in new york by
lienor Alberto De Torno, from Maditd, Prolessor
In the Poivte. hnio and 'Pa, tier Institutes of Hrooklyn.
Ills resilience is at JO East Twenty-fourth street, N. Y,
FURMTVEE,
t EL KINDS OK FURNITURE, LOOKING GLASSES,
Matin- 'PS, Bedding, Ac., bo.ow auction pi Ices. War
ra ted and :c iver- d tree, at G. W HNEDKN'S, 2<i3 Bowery,
Ceiwe'-n Stanton and Houston streets. Csll and save mo
ney Note the number. Lxteiision fables cheat).
EJURNITl'RE wanted.?i will buy and pay
! c hfurf-jOOoi S1 ,<> 0 woitli of medium quality'round
hand K'lrmutre, t'arp> is. Ac Any part, sbont hreak ng up,
n.ay alt i n or address T. .Mathews, 404 Broad* ay.
FiVMlTUKB, suitable FOR A FIRST CLAM
Miardtng honsc, for ?ale, or ex-hanged for good Western
F?rming Lands. Possession given Sep ember 1. Fvr par
Uvular* spp y to 8 Will IE, 114 Broiui street.
AVCTMOU.
A-*- B0T*. AUUrj?NE^e ^
ELKO A NT HOUSEHOLD PUKNITUBB.
Velvet aud Brussels-Carpels.
Rich French Pi. r and Mantel Mirrors.
Painting*. 8 ..tun. y and Pianoforte.
This <fay (Friday), August 8, at 10}, u clock, at the elegant
residence. IN W. ?> Eighth street, Clinton place, between
Filth and Sixth a?? uues, consisting of eienant rosewood
Parlor Bull, e v. red in grew a.id black Krcnch brocaiel, con
st iiu?: at amf. So n. one Arm. una Reception -n.l lour Medal
lion Btuk Cii;ur?i two solid black walnut Suits, covered tu
green figured reps; Turklah Chun a and lounges, eleuant Re
ception Cltulrs. coveia I in meda.lmn rata; rosewood Eut.e
Ma. Willi mirror hacks and doors: Oi ntre and Pier Tables,
Lady's Writing Desk, 21 day Hi m?e Clock, rich China
Vases rosc.yx>d and mahogany Bo.(steads. Bureaus. Wash
stand*. Spring and Hair Matlresaaa, Beds, Bed.ling, Blan
keia, H"fa Keils, Lo> nges, Rockers, Spring Beat Chairs, Mir
rors, Clocks. Corner Stands. Pointings, Tea and Dining Ta
bles, twe.vo oak IMiiug Chairs, Buffet, Glats, China ami
BlTver Ware, Table Cutlery, Ac., Ac. Sale positive. No post
ponement. fl. B.?All the goods must be raaioved tw nty
four hour* ai ler the sale. ___
Abraham vandekpgol, auctionkku
MAGNIFICENT llOU.-;iJI!ULU FURNITURE,
PAINTINGS. STATUARY AND pianoforte,
Drawing K.,o n tiui ' , Chandeliers. Vol vet Carpels, Bronzes
and articles of virtu at public auction, this day (Fri
ilaj), Au,uft M, at 1U>^ o'clock, at residence H i. 113
Weal Twenty-third street, neurtfth av< acn. Catalogues can
be had ai ti.e oini'c wr liouao on morning of cult-. Drawing
Wina?Large and cueily collection of Oil Puintiugs. b.\ emi
nent ai lists; I'.rou/.e Clocks, two Mantel Mirror*, two Pier
Mii-rom eicaul Seven oeftve rosewood 1'ianofi lie, Stool
and Cover, Mlisle Hind. a ula of Furniture, covered in hro
eatel; Bookcase anil Ltag< le, Centre Tables, blak walnut
Bullet, l.xli usioifaTable. c hairs. Lot. u .e*; China. U'.ass -iiid
Silver W.r. , rOcCAOutl and bluk walnut Chan, bur Furni
litre. Mat tresses, Bedding, A ? ; Basement and Ki'.uhen
Purnitiue.
AM. II. CHAPMAN, AUCTIONEER.?LAKGE SALE
. of Hoiseboli Furniture, this day (Friday), Augusta,
at the itrivate r siilencc li Wet SI tcenth str? ot, between
Fiiih and Shlh avenue*, at 2 o'clock, comprising rose.wood,
iua'io*;aii> and black w.ilnul i'ar or, Chamber and Dining
Room furniture; Velvet, Brusfli-la and Ingrain Carpets, Bed
ding, Mlrrora, Tabl 'S, Choirs, Cuituinu, sola Be ts, Pn nl
Inga, Ornaments, Saver Ware, Tabic Cutlery, Ae. Also
Basement and Kitchen Furniture.
A J. L. SMITH, AUCTIONEER?WILL SELL THIS
? day, aril o'clock, the entire Furniture of a family
firing up housekeeping, in the private residence 17 Ninth
?tract, near Third avenue. Sale positive. Deposit required
from every purchaser.
David d. eoan, auctioneer?will sell, this
day, at 3 o'clock, at 43d Canal street, the Furuitum of a
family b aving tnwn?Parlor Suits, Chain, Tables. Carpets,
Oilcloth, Gia Fixtures. Bedsteads, Beds, Pillows, Hair Mat
tresses, Looking Olaaaes, Stoves, Shades, Curtains, Cornices,
Centre and Extension Tables, Crockery, Ac.
Edward bintzbmch. auctioneer ?valuable
Horsta, Carriage? and Harness.?By C. W. DAVEN
port. -On this day, August 8, all o'clock, at U6and 187
Broadway.
ELBOANT SPAN or CHESTNUT MARES?The proper
ty of a gentleman; a very desirable span of stylish Maces,
six and seven years old, 16 bands high, thoroughly broluKUi
stable and double harness; prompt, free drivers, andjejF
ranted perfectly sound, kind and gentle in every waytWt
from vice and fault of every kind, and strongly recommended.
ELBOANT IRON gray CANADIAN pony BUILT
HORSE?Elegant Iron gray Canadian pony built Horses a
beautiful and valuable animal, MX hands nigh, thoroughly
broken to single and double harness, an elegant traveller,
perfectly gentle and kind, and warranted sound in every
wax; a very pleasant driver and excellent saddle horse.
BAY MAEE?Six years old, 15 bands, warranted sound,
kind and gentle in single or double harness; free, excellent
driver.
SUPERB SPAN OP VALUABLE BAY HORSE8.-A
most elegant, beautifully matched span, five and six years
old, It hands high, owned by a gentleman of this city, whose
guarantse as to perfect soundness, kindness, and gentleness
in every way, will b? given. Have taken a tirst premium as
four year olds, wMl trot In 3:16. A very clegunt, desirable
span, atronzly recommended as vnluable. reliable horses.
CARRIAGES AND HARNESS.?Brewster two seated
Rockaway; an elegant article, and only a short time ago cost
$369. Also a very elegant black mounted single Harness,
nearly new. Two Top Wagons, one double seated open
Wagon, two light open Wagons, one Brett, and others.
Several city maue Double and Single Seta of Hurness, Sad
dles, Aa.
Edward mintzenich, auctioneer-receiver's
Bale of 40 valuable Machines for the Manufacture of
Straw Plait.?By U. W. DAVENPORT, on Tuesday, August
12, at 11 o clock, at 166 and 167 Broadway, <0 Mactiinea for
the Manufacture of Straw Plait, with the beitini; and run
ning gear. TUe attention of manufacturers and speculators
is called lo this sale, which will be peremptory, by order of
the Receiver appointed by the Superior Court.
George cook, auctioneer ?assicnee s sale
or New ?ud Second Hand Furniture.?Tins day, at II
o'clock, at nalesrooms, 141 Broadway, a large stock of most
desirable goods for t arlors, libaries, leoe-ptiou rooms nnd
dining rooms, all of tlie best city make. Also a lot of Eaeoud
Hand Furniture, with which the fcale will comni 'iicc, in the
basement. We invite our lricnds to examine this stock, as
the tale is absolute. ?
GEOK'JE iiolbkook, auctioneer, will sell
this day (l'nday), at 11 o'clock, at 116 Fourth avenue,
near Thirteenth street, a general assortment of Household
Furniture, consisting of Parlor Suits, Etagerta, Sofa, Cun?
tie and Side Tables; Oil Paintings, Bronzes, Vases, Ac.,
Prench plate Pier Mirrors, Brussels and ingrain Carpets,
Bedsteads, Bureaus. Washstands, Wardronea, Envnelled
Furniture, Mattresses, Beds and Bcdiiiug. Also Basement
and Kitchen Furniture too nuim rous to mention. Sale posi
tive.
Henry h. leeds, auctioneer.
HLNHY H. LEEDS A CO. will sell at auction, on
Saturday, August 9, at il)>4 o'clock, ai the salesroom. No. 23
Nas-au Strci t?Large sale of steamship Ship Furniture,
Stores, Ac., by order of E. Cunard, Esq., removed from the
steamship Karnack. consisting of Camp Stools, ningln and
douulc Mattresses, Feather and llalr Pillows, do. Cushions,
Blankets, single and double; Counterpanes, Quilts and
Sheets; Bed ami P.llow Cases, Toweu and Tab 1 a Cloths, Nap
kins. Bed Curtains, S-d.t Hair Cushions, Kit lien Ware,
Cutlery and Tin War<^ Flateu Ware, In great v ariety; Glaus
ware, Porcelain and Crockery; a large lnt ef Plated Forks
and Spoons. Stores, consisting of a small lot, viz:?Bread.
Beit', Beans, Champagne, Hock, Claret, Sherry, Port and
Congress Water Will be ready f??r elamination a day be
fore 'he sale. Sale without reserve.
Henry b. berth, jr.. auctioneer.
BY HENRY WOOD * CO.
PEREMPTORY SALE.
DIAMOND RING, AC.
On Friday, August 8, at 11 o'clock, at the salesrooms, No.
4A0 Broadway, comprising one Diamond Ring and fine net
Etruscan Gold and Coral Pin and Earrings. To be sold with
ouorcserve !'or cash.
JOSEPH HEOEM AN.?SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, AT
o'clock P. M., at No. 104 Lawrence street, near Vui
ton avenue, Brooklyn, two marble top Chamber Sato, Spring
Mattresses, Bureaua, Lounges, oak Extension Table. Chairs,
China Dinner Beta, Glassware, large Refrigerator, Carpets,
0.1c!oths, Lace Curtains, Ac., Ac.
JBOOART, AUCTIONEER.?BY S. A J. BOG ART,
? this day, at 10 o\lock,tat No. 407 Broadway, mortgage
sale of Store Futures, Counters, Shelving*, Carpets. Chars,
Desks, Stove and Pipe. CHARLES P. watts.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
JBOOART, auctioneer-BY 8. A J. BOOART.
? on Saturday, August V, at 10X o'clock, at the auction
rooms, No. 1 north William street. Household Furniture.
So!us, Table*, Chairs. Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Oil
cloths. Also the eJecta of a public house, Counters, Tables,
Chair*, Crockery and Glass Ware. Kitchen furniture. Also
one | lpe or pure Gin, tnq one-el^hth ca?ks Brandy, Segars,
Wines, Ac. Also one Lathe, with two chucks.
Mortgage sale of the stock of a plumber,
on Friday, at |0}{ o'clock, at 143 Kulton street, Brook
lyn, PKED A CO., auctioneers. Brass and 8. P. Faucets,
Lead Pipes, Traps, and Stop Cocks, Beer Pumps, F.tucy
Wash Bowls, Hydrants, Platform Scales, Iron Safe, Writing
Desk, Ac.
?nrM. M. HOLLING8UEAD, AUCTIONEER.
REGULAR WEEKLY PACKAGE
AUCTION 8ALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES,
ON FRIDAYS,
BT CPARLKS C. WARREN,
NO. 22 CORTLANOT STREET.
THB HALE OF FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, WILL INCLUDE
FIFTEEN HUNDRED PACKAGES
desirable 000DS, NOW IN ACTIVE DEMAND,
ADAPTED TO ALL MARKETS,
Comprising, in part,
A fall assortment of
MEN'S GRAIN CAVALRY BOOTS,
EXTRA HEAVY BALMORALS
and other goods adapted to army purposes.
Two hundred case*
MEN'8, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' KIP BOOTS.
Four hundred cases
MEN'S CALF BOOTS,
Embracing every grade and stylo, with and without tap
soles.
Two hundred cases _ _
MEN'S, BUYS' AND YOUTHS' THICK AND OEA1N
BOOTS.
One hundred eisee
MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' BALKORAL8,
With and without tap sole*.
One hundred cases
MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' KIP BROGANS.
One htind red cases
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND children'S PEGGED
BOOTS AND BALMORALS,
Of Calf, Kip, Goat, Kid, Grain and Split.
One hundred esses
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' CITY MADE
Copper nailed Boots ami Balmorals,
In great variety of style.
A very choice selsetlon of
WOMEN'S SILK GORB CONGRESS gaiters,
Sewed Balmorals, Slippers and other popular styles.
MEN'S CANVASS ARMY FATIGUE BOOTS.
A LARGE QUANTITY of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS,
ADAPTED TO THE CITY RETAIL TRADE.
THESE SALE.-I WILL BF "continued REGULARLY,
ON FRIDAYS, WITHOUT interruption,
Di RING THE ENTIRE YEAR.
AND MY A R RANG KM l, NTH WILL ENABLE ME
TO OFFER EACH WEBK
AN ASSORTMENT OF BOOTH AND SHOES
WORTHY TilK ATTENTION OK BUYKRH
FROM EVER* SECTION OF THE COUNTRY,
AND ALSO FOR parties LOOKING FOR GOODS,
ADAPTED TO THB MARKETS OF THE
WEST INDIES, MEXICO AND SOUTH AMERICA.
specialTnoticb.
GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL TRADE SALE 0?
FIVE THOUSAND PACKAGES BOOTS AND SHOES
Will be held on Friday, August 22, at 10* o'clock.
CIIARLBS C. WARREN,
Auction and Commission Boot andi Shoe Warehouse,
No. n Cortlandt street.
Tables; or.f roi>e?0od Piuao, one large I'lor Glass, one Man.
tel j\n, one Bar do., two Parlor Suits, rich T?r??<i7.
Three Ply sad ofber Carets, In great variety; Hall and
Dining Room Oilcloths, Hat Hsek and Chans, Stair Rods,
rosewood b ack walnut and tnaiio^any Chamber Suits, line
llnlr Matlr> sees, large F.iitli, r He Vs, HoUleis and Pillows;
B askets. Sheets, Hi res.is, marble .op Dressing Bureaus,
Wasbstunos, Toilet. Ciili ? Gl.iss and Slher Ware; Stove*,
Kitchen Uienstls, Lounges, and everything for lamiiies
(oasBiencIng housekeeping. All lor positive isle.
[ ?AMBJLTABOTIOW.
bale-this DAYpBY'joinfiio*
X sTIMORB, U Baat Broadway?a larije assertiueut of B>
redeemed pledges, consisting of frock*, Blurts, Sbwla, BlM
SLavls, tad *lth a variety of 01 ber numerous aitides.
JACO* L. PHILLIPS, ?e Cathsr.ae atrMl
SHERMAN, AUCTIONEER.?8. HERMAN A CO. W.IUL
. sell on Friday, August *, at W5* o'clock, at 13 Bowery^
? Urge uuanuty of Wines, Brandies. Whiskey, Gin, Rum,
For and Sherry Winea, Casks, ('awn and Demijohus, Cham
pagnes, tiegars, Teas, Cullce aiid Uj u. erlea.
R. .STANWuOP, Countable.
SHERMAN, auctioneer?8. HERMAN 4 CO.
? will tell on Frt..i?y, August 8, at 12 o'clock M.. at No. IB
Spring street, constable s sa.e ot Wood Cutting Machines*
Benches and all other Tools belonging to aali wood cutting
business; aUo on* Horse ami Harness.
L. GBEKLE, Constable.
SHERMAN. AUCTIONEER.?P. HERMAN A CO.
? will sell o? Friday, Augusts, at 10 o'cl-jck, at No. IS.
Bowery, constaoie s sale of three Sewing Machines?Sing
er's, Bartbolf's and other celebrated machines.
L OBERLE, Constable.
WILLIAM ABBOTT, auctioneer, SRLL8 THIS i
day, at MX o eloe'-, at No 4 K-isi Bio.idway, 40U ma
ple, walnut and 0,1k Chair*: il.-ii JOi) Rockers, cone Mat;
also a large lot of second bund Furniture, Ac.
FOU SALE.
A RARE OPrORTUNITtf.-FOR StLB CHEAP, l".f ?
Lease, futures, Ac., ol a hotel and resta u'.iiit, oppo
site the Ceutral Park; location itrst clasa For further par
Honiara luquire at the Hoc-, Ninth avenue, corner of
Thirty ninth street.
AN EXTENSIVE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
for sale ut a great sacrluoe, to close a trust; engu.ea,
patterns, tools, to., lullt.:nl complete; now In operation, and
convenknt to tbo citv; terms Very liberal.
SOLTIIWUIK. X WOOD, 82 Naa*au street.
ACONFCriONERV SToi.E, CENTRALLY LOCATED
on Broadway, lor alv?Doing a good buslin e ir.
neltliborhouii ol liotois, theatres, ,*e. M r. b" sold. Tor
particulars app y to F. D. RICHARDSON A OO., 82 and 84
S. s an street.
A FIRST CLASS BAK1RY FOR SALE, AT A SACRI
flee,?I have sei-i riu ttuu Bakeries that can oe bought
at uneotuinoo low prii e-. Also a line Drug Stole, anil seve
ral very lino Groccry Stores at bargains. Apply to W. H.
MITCHELL, 77 Cedar sin et.
A RARE CHANCE?VERY LOW FOtt CASH ?A VERY
nice Confectionery, Ice Cream and Refreshment Sa
loon, with fitruittird of nous if desired. Mnst be sold be
lore ftth f August. Excellent opportunity lor a lady or
gentleman to cniia.e In business. Low rent; splendid loca
tion. App.y ?: 31% Carnin j street, near Bleeck*r.
AUCTION PRICES.?STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER, A
slide rest Lathe, Draw Bench, Fly Wheels, Hand
Planer. Shaft, Pulleys, Bcltiiif, three chests of Oarpenter'a
Tools, Steam Tables, Ac., at 103 Centre stree^
AN IMPORTANT NEW INVENTION FOR BALE 0*.,
to exchangi, for Real Estate, together with anange
xnents lor manufacturing. Address for four days, with real
name, A. D. M , Herald office.
DRUO STORE FOR SALE-WELL ESTABLISHED
and stocked and paying well?an exetifcnt cbanoe, es
pecially for a druggist who is a practitioner. Apply id Flral
avense, corner of Thirteenth at., from 9 to 10 A. M.
FOR SALE?HOTEL, DINING SALOON AND SUPPKR
Rooms. The lease, stock, fixtures aud f urtiimre com
pute of the Philadelphia House, 148 and M7 Bowery; new)/
lifted up and in perfect order. Inquire at 148 front street.
FOR SALE?THE STOCK, fixtures and good
will of an oLd established retail hardware store, In an
excellent io-ation and first cU-a neighborhood. This la a
good opportunity fur a young mati wishing to rommencs
business. Address Heuderson, suttion O Post office. NO
agents need answer.
For sale-oreatest bargain evbr offered.
$SDO will buy the Stock, Fixtures aud good will offt.
down town segar store, now doing a flourishing business.
Will be sold on the easiest terms, on account ot present pro
prietor going to Europe. Do not delay, but call at once or
address 65 Chatham street.
For sale?the lease, stock and fixtures
of the splendidly fitted up wholesale aud retail Liquor
Store northwest corner of Cherry and Market streets, long
established and now doing a fine business. Satisfactory
reasons given for selling.
For sale-at a bargain, the stock, fixtures
and good will of a first class Drug Store, do ng a good
business. In the upper part of the tiiy, the owner being
obliyetl to sell on accouut of ill health. Address E. T. Stew
> art, 127 Broad street.
For sale-a neat liquor store at the city
Ha l; must be sold ilii- day, to.'cash, as the proprietor
is goitig in tue army. App'y to Mr. SPINK, No. 7 Chatham
situate.
For sale?the stock, fixtures and uood
will ot the old >\ tablithed Candy Store No. 'l(j llleecker
street; a goo l location and rent very low. llluei-s lsth?
cans': lor selling, and will be s <ld cheap. Apply on tbe pre
mises.
For sale-the ijjase, stock and fixturbs of
the old stand SI II idson avenue, Brooklyn, near tbe
Nn vy Yard. ?
IrioR SALE-A STEAM ENGINE OF THREE H0RSB
1 power, and a Boiler of six horse power. Can be seen at
115 East Twenty-ninth street.
FOR SALE?LEASE, STOCK AND fixtures o/ A-.
neatly I t ed up lienor store, now doing a business of
from 87 lojloa day. Apniy at MB VMt street.
Ir?OR SALE-A SPLENDID BARROOM, Wltll STOCK
1 and Fixtures, In the Immediate vlelniiy of all tbe prin
cipal shipyards and foundries In the Eleventh ward; will be
?old at a sacrifice, as the pr< seat owner la taking a puekion lit
the army; cheap rent and along lease. Apply to William
Abbot, No. 4 Ea.it Broadway. No agents need apply.
FOR SALE?THREE'TOBACCO CUTTING MACHINES
cheap forcasb. Can be seen in operation at 177 Wa?-b
in^ton street.
FOR SALE-A DRINKING and LODGING HOTHH&.
opp. /die Washington market. Has been such for 30
ycsr.i; suitable for an eating saloon If required. For par
ticulars lauuire at 12 Chambers street. Terms cany.
Mr,.STUYVEBAWT.
FOR SALE CHEAP?A FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT,
Bar and Billiard Saloou. Inquire at 132 Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE-CHEAP, TWO counters, with mab
ble Bps; oue ice Box, onnM&U'ee Mill, out Platform
Scales, one Sprint: Balm ce, one brass Tea Scat s, Tea Cans,
Awuing, Ac , being the Homes compete of the butler aiuf
tea store, 53 Eighth avenue. Store to let. Apply to W. H.
NICHOLS, fil Eighth avenue, or to ?>. N. BEaKDHLEY, MT
Bank street, at 8 o'clock P. M.
For sale?a down town feed store, estab
listed a nmntierof yearn, now In full an* eilecthre opa
ration. Particulars may be known by addressing A. B., bos <
182 Herald oflici;.
T KJUOR STORE FOR SAMS, IN BROOKLYN.?FOR
Li sale, the Stock, Futures aud three and a half years*
lease of store aud dwelling house: also a la:ge dwelling hoi.M
ip rear: 1KB VorK street, near the Navy Yard gate, Brooklyn.
Apply to R. STEWART A CO.. 40 Beaver stieet, N. Y.
Milk round kor s\t,e-horse, waooN ani>
Harness; 150 quarts. Applv tor two days at 131 East
Thirty-ninth street, near Tl.li>! avcaue.
SLOOP FOR SAI.E?IN COMPLETE ORDER, FITTED
nud fuumt In the best manner; about 150 feet long, 10
feet beam,* with a large cabin, ashing tackle, Ac., complete.
Will be sold cheap, by applying to LEWIS STKUBER, foot,
of Wurren street, .Jersey City.
STAND FOR SALE IN WEST WASHINGTON MAR!
ket. as 1 cannot attend to it lor reason enough io si row
Inquire lor J. B., iS Robinson street, in the liquor store.
The wavekley hotel, on the corner of
Ninety-sixth street and Bloomliigdate loud, Is tor rule.?
An enterprising and eneigetic mini ca i get luio a l.usiuua*
with a small capital. The pus is a most ilesnabl* one.
Whoever desires lo go Into ih ? business here Is a chance for
them. Apply on tba premises to<!KO. W. JKNiUNS. Ale?
live fast Trotters, at moderate prk *, ?>u be seeu.
mo HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS ?FOR SALE TUB
J. go-d will of a Practice In a large nianufactorin ?. l.y in
this 8 ate. For particulars address C. A. J., b i 2 tile IVs*
otllce, giving name ami residence.
fclft nnn ?FOR SALE, ONE OF THE LARWEST
"Piv.Uv'U. Photographic Establishments In Prti.aurl
phla. Receipts $10 U00 per annum. Addresa Photograph,
Philadelphia Post oihce, tor three days.
MEDICAL.
CONFIDENTIAL MEDICAL ADVICE -DR. BAHROW,
No. ltM Bleeclter "i reef, tour doors trom Macdoogal, ,
New York. From II till 2 aud from 4 to 8 o'clock. R.ad bia
popular work, " Huiiiau Frailty." Sent tree everywhere oo
receiving 25 cente worth of pos.age stamps.
DR. CHARLES LLTZE, OBSTETRIC PHTSICIAN AND ?
Op rating Surgeon, wishes the la Ilea to distinctly un
derstand! that ho liua no rival in this city In treating all
diseases of women and children. Can i>eoonsulted in conll
dence at his urivaie i ooms, 81 tk Broadway, N. Y. At hom?>
froin 10 A. M. to # 1*. M.
DR. WARD, 12 LAI0IIT STREET, NEAR CANAL,
pay* particular attention lo all complaint: ol both
sc?'?. A private entrance. OWce open Iroiu 8 o'clock in tha
tnornli.g till 9 o clo< k In the evening. ______
DR. COOPER, 14 DUANE STREET, MEMBER OF THE .
Coll ge of Physicians and Surgeons of New York, may
be consulted daily at bis otllce, from 8 in the inormug unit!
9 In the evening.
DR. RALPH'S OFFICE, 1M BLEEcKKIl STREET, .
west of Broadway. Hours 11 to 2. ami ti till 9.
DR. COBBETT, MEM HER OF THE NEW YORK UNI
versliy i Medical College), nnd College of Surgeons,
London, can be consulted wltb the most bmiorabl* cotifl
dense on all diseases to which the human frame is liable.
OlliC" JO Centre street, between Chambers and Reade. h iv
ing a private entrance at No. ti City Hall place. Sunday*
from Q A. M. to ?X F. M.
DOCTOR HT.NTER 1UMSELF-THE PHYSICIAN
who established the Hunt, rlan Dispensary, No. 3 Divi
sion street. New York city, in 1834, can be consulted trom 8 >
A. M. until 10 o deck ai night, at the old olliee. A private >
entrance. Book for nothing.
JM PORT ANT TO FEMALES ?DISEASES OF FEMALES ?
scientifically treated by Dr. THIERS, No. 1,217 Broadway,
ew York. kend a|rcd stamp lor ladles' circular.
Ladies ca?consi lt dr. powers, 11 laighv
street, with unparallelled success ou all complaints. He
sure and give Dr. POWERS i call and you will m.ver regret
It. At home for consultation day and evening.
Madame woods, Doctress, is consulted by *
latlies with entire oonliiieaoa; also by letter. .Monthly
remedies. 2A4 Grand sue t, opposite Lord nud Tayloi s.
PPROFESSOR REHTEI.L, 102 CHAMBERS STREET, CAN
be consulted as usual. Agents, 127>4 Liberty street, N.
I T. In Brooklyn, 176 Fulton street.
THO the SICK-MISS WELLINGTON, THE cele
EngHsh'Doctrcss, warrants to utire all iliseases; e?p?.
dally does she never mil to cure Pulmonsiy Incipient Con
sumption, Sore Ey> s, Rheumatism, Drunkenness, Nervous
Debility, the various Female Complaints, ami all Clironle
Diseases. Call at her pitvate resilience, 101 |Uxth avenue,
oplflslt" Eighth ?tr?et. Best of city refemaentven, wher*
she has performed the roOst wonderful cures. Can be con>
sulleo by letter.
WATCHES, .lEWKMlY.An.
T\IAMONDH, OLD GOLD AND SILVER WANTED.?.
U LOUIS ANRIOII, 723 Broadway, under New York II?.
tel. offers to pay the highest cash prhw for Diamonds, old
Gold and Silver. Persons having tbeso articles fur Raie wil*
receive 20 per conl more for It ihnn at any other place; pala
In eitv money without being competftf lo lake oilier gvo4* iM
??change. >23 Broadwgy,

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