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TUB BOTOblOT.
A.??0" PlKKHIl ?nit
PATRIOTS. COirNTKTMEM AM) CITIZENS.
There" now no t.iousc ior any, eveu the poorest, for not
Coining the N ttioaal Army.
$?0 bounty fp>m the State.
8f> bounty fn.ui ths I'nited 9tat?0.
IS (one month s pay > in advance.
1 hand money, on enrolment.
ine tdOon being mustered Into the service.
ttnS REBELLION MUST AND WILL BE CB0SHBD.
IttlSHMliN TO TiiE RESIDUE.
This regiment was organized bv tin- Kallant Corcoran, and
Ihould be Ibe grand rallying point l or all true sons of Brio.
A few recruits wanted for Company K, Kourth regiment.
Empire brigade
COBl'OBAN EOUAYES. .
This splendid regiment Is intended to be cxoluslvely Irish,
ffhe staff and cjtnpany otiiccrs are all Irlab, aud hare seen,
without a single exception, active service. A few non-cora
?liaitonrd olllcers wanted. _ , ,
Apply early to Liuuteuant JOHN CANTY, Recruiting Offl
ter, lit Cherry etrcet.
A tL WHO WISH TO SERVE TUB COUNTRY OAK
A. do so, in a
(Company F, Bailee k Guard), Cap. E f^LLOYD oomandiug.
NINETY DULLAK8
?MDty Mid advance pay will be reo ived by each recruit.
flPTY DOLLARS
trtthin fort)--eight hoursV enrolment, and the balance when
the regiment is mustered in.
The regtiueut to whlch^thls company belong* la stationed
It one or the healthiest encampments in the neighborhood of
the city, where good quartern and the bent of food are pro
vided. The officers bitnerto appointed are of known expe
rience and capacity, and
fON-OOMMIBSIONED OFFICERS WILL BE APPOINT
ED FROM THE RANKS.
r atonoeto CAPTAIN LLOYD, commanding "POPE
1," No. 7 Broadway.
A TTBNTION?ALL RECRUITS OF
A. THE SIXTH NEW YORK CAVALBT.
You are hereby directed to Us at the rendezvous, 7- Lispe.
Bard street, this morning, at 10 o'clock, to receive the balance
?f jour bounty aad equipments. A squad will be aeat to
the regiment to-day.
Ail who would uotinisa this opportunity to join a splendid
eavalrjMtigiiiKMit, now In the advance under General Pope,
fthouM apply at once. All bounties paid promptly.
, Do not wait t?be drafted, but come now, like men and
patriots. Capt. WM H. CROCKER,
73 Llspxnagl street, near Broadway.
A YOUNG LIEUTENANT WOULD LIKE TO MEET
?CV witb some patriotic and liberal parties who would give
their mile to enable him to raise hit company. Address H.
8., Herald office.
RLAOKHMITUS AND BUGLEHS WANTBD. FOR A
JL> Cavalry regiment row lu tbe lielil.?Wanted, ton good
Seraeshoer* and ten Buglers for Scott's 900. United Stales
volunteer cavalry, now in nervier in and aroundWaahiug
toa. This regiment is splendidly mounted and fully equip,
fed. Bounty, subsistence, Ac., furnished. Kor further in
formation apply to Capt. FRKEMAN (?RNE, Recruiting
Officer, No. 8 New Bowery, 117 Greenwich street, and tent
Wo. I City Ilall Park.
COMPANY C, OOL. OLMSTEAD'S REGIMENT, SFI
Dola Urigado, Thtirlow Weed tiuard.?Recruits wanted
for the above company lnrnediatoiy. f
TwoBergeauts wanted. Twenty men wanted. Promotions
frem the ranks.
It la the intention of covernnent to sive the recruit the
Boment he is tnu tered in the $ij State t?jun'y, one month's
f?y la advance?$13. and $26 Bounty. Relief Tickets is
sued to families Immediately. Pay, Rations and Uniforms
tarnished Immediately."
Come along. ? Now la the time to get your $83 when you
?re mustered.
Recruiting office,'514 Canal street.
First Lieut. E. D. AVE RILL.
Late Seventy-lirst New Tork State Militia.
CCAVALRY.
J $153 BOUNTY
^ Will be paid every recruit Joining OoL Dodges' Mounted
?ifles.
MS will be paid as soon as mustered into scrvice.
$M and one mouth's pav as soon as tbey reach the Itgt
Oaent.
$75 at the expiration of the !-?rm of serviee.
Relief tickets given to the families ol' the volunteer* Ira
dediatolv.
This corps now bavins a name second to none, the Secre
tary of War has ordered that it be Increased to a regiment
?tpD06.
Jlecrulta will be sent on to the rejlroent three times a
Week?Tuesday*, Thursdays an 1 d-uurdays?thus.avoidiug
lay delay whatever.
Horsex, arm. and equipment* furnished each man imnie.
Stately upon bis arrival at tnc regiment, now at Norfolk, V?
Headquarters 600 Broadway, or at the tent in the park,
$orner of Chambers street.
Capt. A. G. PATTON, Recruiting Officer.
K
glorious.
SftTtppe
?MUDofl
Adopted!
?OLONLL I'ATrBN'S MILITARY WORKS.
Infantry Tactic*?School of tb? Company, with Bayonet
?Bd a word Exercise. 160 pa^ea, 92 engravings. 25c.
Infantry Tactics. S30 pawn, 137 en?,i avltiK*. 80c.
. Artillery Drill, lrto pages, 72 engraving*. 35c.
Cavalry Di ill. 14$ page*, 93 engravings. 35c.
Officers' Manual. T7u pane*. $J.
J. W. FORTUNE, 13 Ohatham street, M. T.
. ftOMPANY A. THIRD REGIMENT, EMPIRE BRI
' sade (Corcoran Zouavei).?All members of this compa
. wno have absented themselves l'rotn camp without leave,
ill immediately report to Iho officer commanding the poet
kt Baat New York, under penalty of being deemed at desert
ers aad punished according to the articles of war, as a gene
talcourt inai tial may determine. By order of
Capt. C. i. DUNLEAVY. Co. A,
Third Emlinnt, Kmrire Brigade.
Twenty-five stout, able bodic<rmeu wanted, to till up tlila
"-ious. true-Mooded Irish company. Now |>s the lime for
Tlpperary boys that once endured the hardships of Slieve
on and BaP.engarry, to rally to the standard of their
. *d country.
Apply *>? Capt. C. J. DUNLEAVY, or to
Lieut WM. H. l'ERSSB.
No. 46 Centre and 311 Park streets, New York.
- A*d Lieut WM. BUTCHER,
No. 170 Jor&lemon street, Brooklyn.
/COMPANY n.
V H4LLBCK OUARD, COLONEL PEISNBR.
Recruit* wanted tor Company H, Immediately. Non-com
Missioned officers and must '.tans want-id at one*. Par and
ration* commence on enrollment One month'* advance
any, ninety dollar* bounty before leaving the state, seventy
#v? dollar* bounty at the end of enlistment It I* the Inten
Eof the oCttoer* to make thl* campaoy one of the beat In
?enrloe. Now ia the chan<n to join before you are
?d. All the offieMN are experienced soldiers!
BecruiUog office at the City lia' I Park.
Captain HOMER J06LYX,
Recruiting officer.
< flOKPANY E,
* V THUBLOW' WEED GUARD, COL. OLM8TBAD,
SPINOLA'B EM 1*1 RE BRIGADE.
I In cash to each recruit before leaving for the Mat of
bounty from the 8tate Immediately upon enlistment.
So humbug about it
$% bounty from the United States government when the
Hutment Is muttered.
SIS, one month's pay, In advance.
?75 bounty when the term of rervice expiree.
Pav oomuiences immediately upon enlistment.
A few good men wanted tu till up Company B. who will
?e fttrntahej with good clothing, ration*, comfortable quar
ters and the bounty, by apidyln? *onn to
Capt. SAMUEL T. ALLEN, Recruiting OfBcer,
N'irtnern Hotel, corner Oorilandt and Wee*, stive's.
Or Lieut. JOHN O. RL'BNBTT, Recruiting Officer,
199 Tenth street, uorncr avenue A.
, /CORCORAN ZOUAVES,
V THtRD REGIMENT SPINOLA'B BRIGADE,
COMPANY K.
This company is commanded hj t'aplain Thos. Marphy
(laio Captain Ninth regiment, N. Y. 8. M.), who haa had
twenty years' oxperienee in the military profession. He
Wants a few men to complete the company.
tun
?ounty and $13 advance, 990 of which each man receive* be
fore leaving the State.
Clothing, quarters, rations, *!-., furnished on joining.
Belief ticket* given to the famine* of soldier*.
Recruits reoeived at T(i Prince street, and 140 Centre, cor
ker Of Walker street.
PURYEE'S ZOUAVES?THE FIFTH NEW YORK
want recruits.?No ilm; must bo lost. Fill the traces
the fallen. Apply at 506 Broadway, opposite tne lit
Nicholas Hotel, third tloor.
Captain OO! VKRNRUB CARR, Recruiting Officer.
Empire brigade.
TIIURLOW WEED GUARD.
AROUBB FELLOW CITIZENS.
We Sght for the Union as it wa* and the Constitution se
It is.
We light not to farther abolition sentiments or corrupt
policies,but for Just law and order.
We light to project loyal citizen*' rights and to redress
their wiongs Thl* become* an A-neilcan.
Non-commissioned officers wanted. Kitty ahl" bodied men
Wanted to (111 up Company F, Thuiluw Weed Guard, to
Vliom $8-1 per man will be paid on lielu* must", ed into scr?
?ice Men will so immediately into camp and be ittrniibcd
With a good uniform and ration*.
Two good men for Sergeants. Pay $18 to $33 j-er month.
Those who would (elect their comrade* come, rather than
bo drafted. C. K SLEEPER. Captain.
HOWARD BJJCK, First Lieut
Boeruitlng Office, corner of Vesey and We*t Jtreets, New
' York
IjURBT REGIMENT NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS.
JU This reguneui Is now organised, nn I mm are wanted
Immediately lo All up the emuoeniev Pav and ration* from
jgdwment. Good quarters at Camp Washington, Ma ten
All the sot. eminent and State bounties will be secured to
Jocnuta. tit Mid noit-w rami-nlou d "1.. or* are wanted.
Ilesd'i afters M kn-t H ill, ^14 II road way.
WILLI \M li'JRNEY.
of Plr*t r?g. U. 8. Chasseurs, Colonel commanding.
J. L Litti.k, lateo' 8-cntb ragtvnent, N. Y., AdJoUnt.
A Urum Major wanted.
?pimt RLOIMUNT ARTILLERY. N. Y. V.
J} H. GRAHAM, COLONEL
Here is a i;ood npiiortunlty to join an excellent corps,
?IT-r'ng al. the inducements, as to bounty, thnt any regi
tcent tu th" Held does, vli ? $.71 Sut'e bounty, $W i?e?l? d
?i?t bounty, $l:i t"ie month's advaaee ixiy, Immediately
?r roportln* fir duiv in the r>\ .>noi.l: ?i*o relief uckit
given immediately. The adva ita^r* of Inlug a regimert
a the aervUv are vli ?Prompt pa/, ffUctpUna snd regula
rttv, wht h port.nn to the eoml'oitaof a eeldter, Ourdu'y
legsrrlr.nmg forts, conseqnently wc have too.1, *>:? fona
Me barrack*. We haven" louc rrui his with Imsvy ku in
?aeks '.b*t iofiiiitiv are snHlecteil to, and h'tt very little
tiar l .Lily This i* an ? artillery war.'' and therefore don't
I behind Hie age, but come and join t'i* artllln y. rt"
eruitliu h?s l viaiters for Co. D, Capt. Oliver Oattee, htj
XtgMi avenue. Lie at H. H. SMITH, Reerulting OAi -er.
HALL8CK Gt'ARDS.*
ATI'LMTION COMPANY!
HHOl'LDRlt ARMS I
B\ Till-: Kit HIT PLANK!
FORWAROv MAK0H1
m ^ Re-rnlts w?nte< for thi? company.
? ?ouui( m-u out of i>iisiii>'?saiid wl>hing employment can
toot do lii>tt?r 'han j .In t us . elehrate ! (orp.?, commanded by
compel>-nt "Mirers and Intended to xurpaaSt both in mliiiaiy
?rill aaddi Ipllne, any regtment that has been sent Into
the held t aptaln Caswoll mis ma le nriati ;aments wherthf
lho?e enlUuiig with him e.m it Urn juuifll? th<i State!,
?Wttn? md city li uintv ot $|]A. ReciiluhgotVX No
Tl Walker street, rear Broad* av
t'ap aluC. R. CAsWEl.L, Recruiting offioer
Wanted?Two sergeants snd three corjxirals.
Headqi artwhs, Firru benatohial district!
W Kiist Houston Ktre-t, I .lin o si Hall.
COLONEL F.LI AS PE!B*mtR.
The Colonel intends to make this rngimeut ti e 1 t ? t?
?for service, and one of the best In every r?ap"\
eer* only will be received as are aroiialnte l ivli i i' t.?s
?n l whose character Is known The country need* h n t.
brave men, au.I needs them now. The country is in a ritl
eal condition, and needs every sol Iter. Come forward then,
at onve. men of all ( and railings.
$115 l oimty. before the regiment leaves New York, 1*
guaranteed to every man.
Men of New York, eome forward. All the assistance and
bounties granted bv the United States government and by
the State, county and city authorities will be fully secured to
?ur men and othcers. ?
Regimental Camp, Turtle Bay Park, Forty.Qfth street and
paeond avenue. Regimental Headquarters, 1(9 Bait Hous
ton street. Recruit* wanted.
MjTAS PEIHSNER. Colonel Commanding.
<SBW'> NEWSPAPERS TO THE RRAVB VOLUNTEERS
P In Mora'* Patent Self sealing Newspaper Wrapper*. Ave
6v^j;orx?^LT,,sr w s*?'
THH KfiBBIiUOR.
HERB IB A CHAIK!?
*rijot?A'?
E ... I KB lir.IO ADK,
Til I 111) I.tfOrMKNT.
Captain Richard E. Orave* Laving burn oar juiu lu eauiy
ami field litui if turned, with authouly from bend planers u>
recruit a com| miv for this regiment, and would only nay to
soldiers tlml In: ..*3 by cipeiuiuoe learned lUeli wauW, and
makes lho*e wituls fit* own. But lb ? create*! luduc.cuii.it
to ike soldier to join this company la tbat he geU all moneys
-due without trouble, and will bave fur aid Colouol the bra
tnI ol the brave, Haie K ingsley.
N. B.?Come early and late bclora bounty erase*.
Headquarters UA Broadway. K. E. OB AVE 3, Captain.
TTILLHOUSH LIOHT INFANTRY.
XI SllNOLA'S EMl'lRK B'UIUaUE, Seoond regiment.
Comuany 11 of till* regiment wants twenty more recruit*
to nil tbe company to the maximum staudard. Men of NfW
York City and State, come forward, now in your time, and
ren ter Ml assistance to your country possible. Bounties
fronted by .the city, county and State authorltiea will be
ully secured to the men joining ihUooinpany. Two dol
lar* will be paid to every person bringing a recruit, or to the
recruit himself on being uiuatcied into the service of the
United States.
The men, after being mustered in, will reeelvo their uni
forms, Ac., and be sent to the United State* Barracks at
East New York.
Headquarters, No. 402 Broadway.
Captain W. W. BOWLES, commanding Company H.
HEADQUARTERS, FIRST REGIMENT. NATIONAL
XI Volunteers, Mozart Hall. 8U Broadway.?One hundred
able bodied volunteer* wauled this day, for wfaich a bounty
of $5 iu cash will be paid, over and above all State and go
vernment bounties, to each recruit as soon as he is muster
ed into tbe service. WM. GUKNBY, Colonel.
Joun L. Lirrut, Adjutant.
NOW IS THE TIME.
FORWARD! YOUNG MEN. FOB THE UNION.
FIRST REGIMENT NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS, Colonel
William Gurney?A lew more able bodied young men want
ed to complete Company A of this One regiment. Look at
tula.
. SUte bounty, $25.
Government lonnty, *25.
Hard cash, $2.
Fifty-two dollars paid to each volunteer as soon a* mustered,
forty dollars more before leaving the State, and seventy-fire
when discharged. Quarters, subsistence, clothing and family
relief tickets furnished immediately after enrolment. Re
cruiting offices 402 Seventh avenue, corner Thirty-fifth street,
snd at the juuctiou of Broadway and Sixth avenue, Regi
mental headquarters, 814 Broadway. _____
K, 8. HENnii
B. DONALDSON,
0 Uecruitiug officers.
NOTICE.
A large nmount paid in cash to any one who bring* ?
recruit.
SECOND BEOIMBNT.
SPINOLA'S EMl'IBE BRIGADE,
lllLLHOUSE LIOHT INFANTBY.
Colonel I'. G. CLAAS8EN. commanding.
RECRUITS WANTED IMMEDIATELY
For Company F ol this flrst class regiment.
Pay $13 to $23 per month from day of enlistment
United S ates bounty $100, $25 of which and one month'*
pay will be 'jiven in advance.
State bounty of $5 ) will be paid at once when mustered In.
ConvTortable quartern furnished at Camp B1 wards Pierre*
pout. East New York.
Clothing nnd subsistence a* soon as mustered In.
PROMOTIONS FBOM THB RANKS.
OFFICER* ARB EXPERIENCED.
BELIEF TICKETS FURNISHED FAMILIES. ?
Capt. THOS. F. GOODWIN,
Lieut. O. H. SWORDS, Jr.
No. 9 Oreenwlch avenue.
W7 Broadway, Lafayette Hall.
339 Pearl street, Franklin square.
NOIICE.-COLONEL ELIASPRESSUER HAVING
be on elected as the Colonel of the Fifth Senatorial dis
trict, has moved his headquarter* to 169 East Houston street,
coruer of First avenuo, Lincoln Hall, up stairs, end where
be may be aeon each day between the hours of 10 A. M. and
IP. If
This regiment, formerly called the Halleck Guard, will
hereafter bo known as the Fifth Senatorial district regiment.
ELIAS PRESS];ER, Colonel Commanding.
Recruits wanted for the fourth sena
torial district regiment; Peter MoDejmott, Colonel;
Geo. W. Warner, Adjutant. Tills regiment 1* tilling up
under the auspices of the district committee. Gov. Morgan
Aval rants me to recruit a company. I wa it men, true loutl
men, men whose hearts are s'.eeled against this wicked re
bel!'"", and burn to see our proud old Hag wave over every
liamlet in tlie land. Every Inducement In pay, bounty and
relief this regiment oilers. Rally to the truiniiot call. Re
cruiting office, 21 Albany street. Wanted, a competent Ber
g-ant. J. HOWARD ACKERMAN. Recruiting Oflicer.
Rally, bally.
PHGCNIX REGIMENT,
Attached to tbe Empire Brigade.
29 able bodied met wanted, to join Company G, of the
above regiment.
$j0 cash, bounty from the (Jovernor of the Stale
Pav from $13 to $23 per month, in advance.
$73 Njnnty when discharged.
$25 bounty when company Is being mustered in.
$2 hand money.
Reliet t'ekets signed by the Colonel of the regiment for
the families ol' volunteers, and the Interests of the meg will
be taken care ot by the Captain of this Company.
Quarters and subsistence, transportation to camp (East
New York), a new and beautiful uniform. All promotions
made from the ranks. Recruiting ofliue corner of Morrla
and West streets, where 1 shall be prepared to recruit an
men wishing to join my command.
Capt. JOHN McCAMBRIDOE, Recruiting Oflicer, No. 80
West street.
Recruits wanted.
AO able bodied men wanted to fill up Company B,
Eighty-seventh rogimrnt Now York Volunteer*,
Colonel STEPHEN A. DODGE,
now under General MOIellan's command.
Captain John II. Dabbs la now ready to enroll every able
bodied man (Hat I* anxious to come forward and reinforce
our brare and ullaut army now before Richmond, com
manded )>y our lirave commander, IfaQor General George B.
McOlellan. Kaoli recruit will receive, after he has panned
the surgeon and mustered Into the service, $25, ana $3 for
enlisting. This amount each man will receive before he
leave* the office, aad also will receive his $00 bounty from
toe S *i9 wStbln fony-elght hour* after enlisting. One
month's nay In advance as soon as tfc* company Is eon>plet
ad: $100 bounty at the end of the war.
Relief ticki-M furnished to famHles Immediately. Pay
from $13 to $20 per month.
Olotbing, subsistence and transportation aa soon as en
rolled.*1
I would advise alt men thai are willing to go at this hour
of peril, to jolu immediately, while they oaa get the bounty.
If you do not, beware of a draft soon.
Apply to JOHN H. DOBBd, Captain Company B,
Klgbtv--' venlh regiment New York Volunteer*,
No. liS Grand street, Williamsburg, L. I.
And
C. L. FROTBINGIIAM, First Lieutenant Co. B,
Eighty-seventh regiment New York Volunteers,
?33 Broadway, New York city.
Recruits wanteb
FOR
COLONEL CHARLES C. DODGE'S
SEVENTH REGIMENT
NEW YORK MOUNTED RIFLES,
Twelve months in service,
snd now at
Suffolk, Virginia.
Each Recruit will reselve.
on being mustered in, $4 recruiting fee, $23 United States
Bounty, $60 State Bounty?total $79; one month's pay in
advance when the ooinpany Joins the regiment, and $75
Uu4t?d States Bounty at the end of eullatment.
RELIEF TICKETS ISSl'KD.
For particulars call at headquarters of Company ?, No. IS
Centra street, or at tne tent in the park.
Capt. J. C. OBERTBUKFER, Recruiting rfleer.
SECOND REGIMENT?SPIN OLA'S EMPIRE BRIGADE,
Colonel 1*. J. CLAAS8EN, Horn man ling. Youn'men of
New York wishing U> connect themselves with a crack com
p my, now wanting but twenty moro men to till it to the
maximum standard, are requeued to apply Immediately to
lue midertigncd, at the recruiting o?-", southeast < ornerof
\\ est and Rnado streets, wberc any Information <les!r?i will
bo cheerfully given. Bounties gianted by the city,' county
and Slate authorities will be fitlTv snd promptly secured to
tlie men joining thU company. Two dollars wfll be paid to
every person bringing a recr lit, or to the recruit himself on
being mustered into the United S'ates service. Tbe men
after being mustered lu w 11 receive their uniforms, Ac., and
be sent to the United Stales Barracks at East New York.
Captain W. W. BOWLES,
Commanding Company H, Second regiment, Eihpire Brigade
W?. bi.iohak, First Lleutsnsnt.
?John W. Fkntom, Second Lieutenant.
TO RECRUITING OFFICERS, WITH MEN.-A SPLEN
?lid opportunity Is nosr offered In the Fourth regiment.
Empire Brigade, A few vacancies exist, which will be tilled
only wlili the right kind of men. Apply at headquarters,
om Broadway.
N. B.?No dead beats need apply.
mllfc P1KEMX REGIMENT, COBCORAN'S OWN.
1 OUT FOR THE WAR.
Fellow co-atrymcn, the day la gone by Iwlien speech
miking, iwlcss talking and palaver of every kind Is "played
out," "iiard kuocks, etrong arms aad stout hea.is" sir nuw
ie<vi!red. Richmond must fall and yoo n* well as w ? must
b>< In at the death of se c*s*lon. Only seven days r.ore mid
all bouniy, all relief for your families will be suppressed and
jou will then have to go whether you like or not, and no
pointed out a? it recreant, drailed Iirls'umen, by the memory
of t.e ?n i entusies of wrongs and Oj.pre*sion By you. deMj
lated homes, your religion trampled on, we Implor-you to
step forwaid nutij' ln tue "Phtenlx regiment. Corcoran s
Own," Fourth regiment, Empire brlgado, 6S4 Broadway.
A long p U, a strong pull together and the rebellion will bo
Sjneithed.
WANTED?A POSITION ix THENAVY, BY A YOUNG
man of good education, having a perfect knowledge ot
t'e drug and apothecary bustneas and minor surgery. Iiav.
iiig iud ltf>?ars' exporlene- la the above business: the best
? >! nty references given If required. Address 8. H. V., 143
Winter St.. H. Y. .
1ST NATIONAL VOLl'NTEBRS.?THIS FINE REGI
L uvuit, now l<elne raised by Cot. Wm. Gtirney, of the
lirst United StatesChssseurs, offers every Inducement to
volunteers. Experienced oilierrs from the tlcld bave re
turned to lake commands here. Hoiinuss promptly socursd.
Immediate care and good ouarters at < mm wattlBgtns,
.listen Island. Recrulung a thee. Qormanla llall, 42 avenue
'Mi,'"?' ED. W. St llAl'FFLKIt, K mmtiiig (Jlh er.
a Til SENATORIAL DISTRICT RPOIMENT.
%. COLONEL PMTEK McDEKMOTT.
AO able bodied men wsnuid for this regiment, which offer*
liidn -entente equsl to sny now being organized.
Rally, rally to your rouatry's defence, for the protection
01 your <oiftilutioiiai freedom.
f-i" government bounty.
$.?*> mate.
its. one month's pay In %lvance.
Making in all $90 for each recruit.
Recruiting ofllee No. 3d spring street. _
H ALTER J. Rl RKB,
Recruiting < uli
4 TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT REGIMENT, COLONEL
x i'eier McDermott OimiMMindtiig. Robert J. Wynne, Be*
eriii'fngOflleer, has opened an olllceatllt Walker street,
for the purpose of raising men to support our glorious
Union; lie appeal* to bis ante countrymen to eome nobly
f irwsrd snd su^taiH him in his patriotic tenling. This offlccf
w..s in the regular servh-e lor some years uud through iho
Mmicih war; si so was In the Armv ul the Potomac. A few
more good men i?'i"lred, wbo wi'l be guartttiWsd to rucelva
nil the bounties allowed by the I nlted Htales and Stale.
Come qwultly, slid do not wait to be drafted.
RUUERT J.JTYNNE, Ueeriiittag Oflcor.
9Tit REGIMENT, NEW *ORK 8TATF. MltilTIA
(Eiglity-thtrd Voiantwrs\?A few go*d>tiien wanted to
fill op the i.ink* of this well known regiment. Apph .it the
Annoi v. corner of Thirteenth street snil University plaoe.
Llout. A. H. STILUS. Rearultktgoneer.
?JQTll REGIMENT NEW YORK HTATB VtiLUNTEERS,
oO Second Icott Lin uttard. Colonel J. II. Bobart Ward,
Kill up Mm rank* of the veteran Thlrty-elahth.?This regl
ment, one of the oldest lu t'l* scrvicc, and which has die
tihguiohed itarlf in the ba iles of Bull tun, Williamsburg,
K.'lr Oaks nnd Malvern Hilt, itnd which hss only nine
mouths or service to perform, wants Iaorulta to till uu us
ranks. $00paid iu cash as soon aa mustered; $29 additional
before ll>e recruit leuvss the Slate; $13, one mouth's ad
vaoce par, on joining regliBeni; besides $13 when honor
ably dlsohariind. ramilies provided witk relief, and reernlta
sul'sisted and uniformed on signing the rolls, Arnily to
Lieutenant E. MILLER, 300 Broomo street, opposite Centre
?1 -roR THIS RUM 1 WILL SECURE ANY
iDXUUs man, liable to being drafted, a substitute I will
give ample aecurlt* for tha monay -enough toisUgiyanf
?n?. mvsk, uocMtuutMnev.
this in* i:ki*l.ton.
1 f\f\ xoiwrr - r.JiPtKir bkmaph r?nto
1 lM/ rtiiioiiisl, Oun-I JM.rroU N Ciafl. I. . . ea
wautt'i, u? Ull up Co i j.j i t< ?i tlu> >i< niii<. r jghnrrt
$60 of liie- l>oiinl> |?u i iiiiUi mii ? utii.tiO MMwbcB
ilio 11 ^iment il luiiiUT- J. l'a? if i i I" J21 pari i iui.i,
oni in iit'i'x p?y lu utMuoa, \i'P- *? N ' f0 II .war I n r ri,
pear broud iJT, la Oaptain I'ElKt T. BOVL?. r<eruiu..g
r.
M. B.?'Twu Lieul?u*ute wealed. Ainu a o.n|i'>-iinaB
?i. In'hi Hawaii l.
BOUNTY.-BliOOND KBfHMENT, KM PI KB
Brigade, Brigadier General Kit AN K BPINOL I.
$150
llillliouae Llgfit Intaniry. Tl.lity men wanted imui'idiately,
to uompiete Company K to thl* MtnlM MMH $fiO biate
bounty paid immediately on enlisting, $J0 when mustered
l'a> from $13 to $23 per month One mouth * par In ad
vance. Apply u?i% to Lieutenant I'Ki'BK 8. GERATY,
to uompiete Company K to tbla uplendid ivgimtMst. $00 State
lu'
vat .. _ _ _ __ __
Recruiting Officer, at 02 Bowery, corner of Caaal struct.
?1 fi'l ?SAVE YOl'B BOUNTY ?$I(i3 TO ALL WHO
tplUO. enlist In Company D, Kirnt regiment Empire
Brigade, before the 15th of August. Alter AuKuat 15 you
will be drafted, and won't get any tiling but your regular
pay. Come now; gat into a regiuien? bf good jolly toy*,
good, experienced o?cim. aud $103, which u moro than la
ottered by auy other regiment in the United State*. Lieut.
HAMILTON, 43 1'eck ilp/N. Y.
fl>Onn ?WANTED, A SUBSTITUTE. IN CASE OF
baiu* drafted. Applicant to be la sound health,
between the age of U! and 30 years, for an interview addreM
A. B., box 432Po*t office, New York.
d>nn At; ?six cents, in postage stamps,
JpUU.UD. will be paid for an able bodied substitute,
in caee I am drafted, and
TWO HUNDRED DOLKARg
bounty, over and above all United Htaie*. State or local
bountlea, will be paid for ten able bodied men, between the
ages of IS and U, who will ralist for regiments now in the
field. Address for one week A. C., box 4,141 New York Pest
TOASHION PLEASURE GROUND
J7 ASSOCIATION.
DOUBLE TEAM RACE.
Friday, August 8, Purse and Stake $MWL
Mile heats, best 3 la $, t? wagana,
B. McLaughlin names a. a. Jim.
B. McLaughlin nameab. m. Annle>
H. Woodruff names g. K. J esse.
H. Woodruff names b. m. Jinny.
D. Maee names b. m. Lady Crooheron.
D. Maoo names h. m. Kate.
Saturday, August 9, Puree and Stake $390.
Mile heals, best 3 in 0, t? wagons.
Owner names blk. m. Phebe.
Owner names s. g. General Baileek.
Bo Robert* names a. ^ Rojal Oh ' -
A1
A
GOOD DAY AllD GOdb TRACK.
JOSBPH C&OCHBRON, Manager.
HOaSEg, CARRIAOBiB, AC.
SROOND BAND NO TOP BUGGY FOR SALE
cheap, price $40, at 87 Bowery.
LL PERSONS HAVING PENSIONS DOB ON THE
. 4th September can hare them collected at a moderate
charge. Pensions, Bounty and Prise Money promptly se
cured at the office established by Major M. Myers, in 1817.
C. W. MYBBB, successor to M. Myers, M$ Broadway,
NUMBER OF NEAT BUSINESS WAGONS OF
every style constantly on hand; also some second hand
Wagons, in good order, cheap.
STEWART'S Wagon Factory,
Fifty-third street, between Broadway and Eighth ar.
A YEBY FAST PACING HORSE FOR 8ALR?ALSO,
il a lady's Saddle Hor*e, sound, kind and handsome, six
yean old; a child of ten rears may ride him. Apply to J,
LALOB, New England Hotel, corner of Bowery and Bayart
street.
Fob salr-a fine, blooded, rich bay stal.
liou; beautiful animal, perfectly gentle; delightful sad
dle horse; broken In harness: f*st trotter, peraectly sound;
fire years old, accustomed to fir- ; was in the battles of Wil
liamsburg, Fair Oaks. Allen's Farm, Savage's Station, Glen
dale and Malvern; owner selling not wanting. Inquire at
McDonald's stable*, Twenty-thlrdlstreet. near Sixth avenue,
or at the northeast comer of Broome aud Greene streets, or
at IB Fifth avenue.
For sale?a black hare, six years old, uk
hand* high, a stylish driver, snd can trot to wagon in
three minutes; will be sold cheap. Inquire at 20 Cherry *t.
For hale?a a ray horse, uh hands high,
gentle and *ound, auitable for a cart or wagon; good
driver; will be sold low for cash on applidatioa at 103 Bayard
slreet.<
For sale-the Brooklyn city express post.
For particulars Inquire of the proprietor, at the office,
Fulton street, Brooklyn, from B to 0 o'clock P. M., any
day till sold.
A.' bay Horse, over 14>4 hand*; a good steady worker,
perfectly kind and gentle; also a Bsrcmche, in good order,
cullt by one of our first city makers, and^ baudsoon set of
J^OR SALE.?A HANDSOME, STYLISH, LONG TAILED
peri
bull.
Double Harness, but little used. These will be sold at a bar
gain, the owner having no further use for them. Apply at
the Excelsior S'ables, SB West Thirtieth street.
Fir HALE?FOB one-HALF THE VALUE, A GOOD
family Horae, Wagon and Harnetta, together or separate;
safe for a lady to drive or ride; lit for any kind of business;
fair trial given. Apply at 10 Jones street, near Fourth, from
10A.M. 0110P.*.
For sale?a. handsome saddle horse, tho
roughly broke, for* lady or,gentleman; would make 4
floa par. or military horse. Alao a fine Horse, Harness and
i'onr-aeated Ro:kaw?y, to be sold ae pa rate, together with a
well irained Goat, Harness and Wagon; very foud of chll
druu. Tiie whole will be sold at a very low figure at D.
MCLGREW'S, 51 Bast Twelfth street.
For mle-a handsome uqht rockawat. fob
one or two horsee; only used a few times. will no
?old at a great bargain. Address Washington, elation A
Post office, Spring street.
FOB SALE CHEAP.?A 8BC0ND BAND ROCKAWAY,
In flret rate orderi made by Ford. Any pSfson wishing
to purchase a good Carriage very 1??, oan do so by applying
at Sa Front mmi, whereli ean be aeen.
HOR8B FOR HALH.?A VERY FINE PAMILT HORSE,
styllah, perfei: Qy gentle and sound. Can be seen at the
stable, 1H Paciflc street. Brooklyn.
CARRIAGES AND HARNB8S FOB SALE.?
JOO new light Carriages. Buggies. Grooors. Express gad
Business Wagons, and second hand Wagons of all kinds; 90
Hones and Harness. 10 Nevlns street and 134 Fulton are
?tie, Brooklyn.
HORSB8 FOR SALB.-A PAIR OF EtBOANT ORAT
Coach Horses, Are rears old, gentle alse tinder the sad
dle, sixteen hands high, splendid match. Also, a heavy,
dan brown pair of Horses, suitable for heavy work In
truck, Ac. ?good travellers; two good matches of light sor
rel Horses, fine style, well trained; ladles' and gentlemen's
Saddle Homes of all colors and alxee, for sale at ihe Hobo
ken Riding School, foot of Fourth street, Hoboken. N. B.
For sale at low war prices. *
The trotting stallion robbrt fillingham
for sale?on reasonable terms. His owuer think* him
very faat, ami is willing to show time. Th- horse Is a Terr
handsome brown, tifteen hands one inch high, and-was sired
by llambViOkuan, of Orange county. For full particulars
apply to II. F. JONBS, Fashion track, L. I., where the horse
can be aeen.
?FOB SALE. A FINE HANDSOME BROWN
j Mare, l.VJt hands high; can fTo? mll? better
than 3 minutes; has trotted In 2:42, Also for sale, a square
box Top Wagon and Harneas. Te be seen before 8 A. M. or
alter # P. Mat 27 Barrow atreet.
$125
PKHSONAXa.
Adoption ?I want to ad6pt as my own "a
boy with light hair and blue eyes, from on* to three
months old. Address Mrs. Henry, box 181 H-ialdoffio
A LITTLE BOY, TWO DAYS OLD, WITH DARK HAIR
and eyes for adoption; children taken fur adoption . .id
Adopted out to good homes; al*> ladies may rest MM Ifeil
they will t eo*lve theb-stof tare and medical attoudanc
during their coaftnement at Mme. OUNLBE8, 70 West
Houston street
A FAMILY WHO WISHES TO TARE A HANDSOME
ItUln boy, live weeks old, can Hnd ons In Van Brunt
street, between Sackett snd Degraw streets, Brooklyn, nsxt
door to Myera' grocory.
BT. D.-WILL FIND AN ANSWER TO HER LET.
? terof 18th June, which was not received proneptly.
Addressed as ol' old. " ? *'? "?
Frank?meet uh at cbristy's matinee on sa
turday, at three o'wlock. We will alMja^thye. ^
InoR adoption?a ran hbaltht fkmai.e in
' rant of six ws-ka old. Address Bayard, Ilerakl office
George p. wilcox, who went to locisvillr
Ky.. orCdro, III., some tltrje In Dei-ember, 1861, or .Tan,
nary. lfcoJ, make known your whereabouts to Admmlstiator
boi 9,974, New York Post ofhoe.
Y will BR AT MT PLACE OF BUSINESS TO-DAY.
JL between one snd two o'clock. Would like to *?e you
1 left my Uorvs at Joe's, under the horse shed.
Information wanted-of william garrey.
When Ia*t board from, two year* ago, was In BrooRlyn,
N. V. Call at or send vonr address to your nle> e Bridget
tlarrey, Uerard Ho'iite, New Vork city
JOSEPHINA N.?GOOD BVE, OOOD SISTER. I LBAVB
iowii Sunday n"il. I'leaie send me your da;usrreotyp?
bsc'i to the place you ?entyonr last letter. Intorm your
snfterlng friend, Irorn time to time, of your happiness, ami
If yon need anything. Apply sure to meaa proml>ed. You
will never be forgotten by ycir KBRNANDO.
IOVB ME LIITI'E, LOVE ME LONG.-TOC LOOKED
J remarkably well on Broadway last eveirfng. I have
been lu the itju three months; written you twice, but re
ceived uo answer. Will you look In the Dlrei tory and cellT
MA. R.-OAN HAVE an interview TO DAY (FRI.
? .lay), at twelve o\lo*k, corner of Hiith avenue and
Fourth street. W.
Mr.i a. a. b.?your friend is in town, let
lers are a.rsltln; you at m.tsl pla a. Oct them at
once and answer. I go to country ueil week. M. S. C.
MR. JOHN HAI.U-PLBASB WIUTK TO YOUR NIECB
Htinnah. Address Mrs. J, O King, Cbetvton Post
office. Victoria, Australia. ______
NOTICE?ANTONIO NBVKRA INVITED MB. PETER
H. N'-yera to Inf >rin him of ihe pla>-e of h ? resldsoce,
to ena'de blm to comeiMteale te him news of great Import
ance relative to family matter*. ANTONIO NKYEKA.
MmrriTi.An, Mexico. April W, IBM.
SO PORTE H.-A'OTR FRIEND, WHO LEFT ON TUB
. 41 li of K'limary lor llatana, ha* returned. 121. 0, II.
St.?You will Ind a letter for you In the Broadway Post
Oflk"_ _
m R. R.?TOUR LAST LETTER IS rbcsivrd ;
J. . write again lii?nie<llat<'ly to Jvraey City at the ol I ad
dress. M*"'A.
stew PtraisK \nonir~
HARDEE'S T \I TIC!8 ?TlU'E AMD OORRBCT COPT.
OOWUNG'8 OFKK't \It EDITION.
R<?4r positively Saturday mnt'nlng. August A P<>eel3<-.
Thi* edition contain* ail tho i Mum nit ions and diagrams,
be-,-ouct cxer- i??. vjoinplete llsu of piy, \>
A. DOWLlNii, OS Nassau street.
And fo* sale by R'-?* ATrmwy, Okie, Dayton A Jonaa,
Sexier A Co., Hamilton, .loh^-ion A Fnrrelly, New Tork;
. B. Pet?t>on. Phlkiilelpbla; O.Itfc* A Co., ChklMM; Saad
bourn A Carter, Portland, Me.; J.TL Crawford, St. Louts.
Matrimony made kast-a complete system
of winning the affections of elth> i set, howevi r ob-ll
tiate they may he, br John Bell. The above will be aent hy
return of me:i to ahy address, by enclosing ?l to JOHN
bell, Fort Hamirton l.ong I stand. All oommunlcaltoas
eonfldenUal, *9 humbug, u wlugetiher set, BUS) or (cmau.
FIlUyUIAL-;.
ir *Y suvpliks ?o+vioi: ok .um* comma
JA end liquid,.. fi- Yr J IyU 18 3L
.->?mi*d piopoiil* hill i? r.vi>rd t. la n|ei.n;|i< 12
0'< iuuS M.. uu Filduj, 11.' 11 'i of Au niu H. . .. c.y
I j vuuuaot, at cli.' citj.vi ot Army CM ?*? i iwuik.^ iu
4' 'Al Unif* r n '"its^
lt> i i?4J nam Ht?>t 'OS,
1 IU.WM pull a .>1 o.u.g%
? UhiitoMh,
Vpojii.injui.oi which caa be i *u ?t>pn %?
ti ii at this nOivc. Of l)ie Uniform UaU and Havxruu. ks
one third t.ie qpantlty roulraetod fur inual be delivciod
within iwuuiy days, uaii-thir i with.a forty Uuys, ami Uie
remainder wltbin mijr dav> irom lhn ilat ? of acceptance of
Uu> propoeais. ut.t.ie IW^iee. aa<l Hux k mg? mw ittird must
be ifellvt r?d wiUuu thirty daya, oa.-lhirJ win.in sixty duya,
anil tueremainder within utiiciy days of aoc<.ptaa:i at bids.
All art I'let- will be subjoot to mspeouuu by aworu luapeclurf
appointed on the uartiM the United Stains.
Propoaal* must Lie acuoinpnined by a proper guaranty set
ting lorth thai If the oouti t u awar le I to the party men
tioned therein, be will at once proceed to execute the name,
Mid give bond* for the faithful performance of the contract.
The United States reserve* the right to reject all bid*
deemed unreasonable.
Proposals will be endorsed "ProDoeaka for tarnishing
Army Supplies for tfth Auguel," and addreaeed I*
Ldeut. OaL D. U VINTON,
Deputy Quartermaster Oenerat,
United Bute* Army.
a bxt supplies.
A Orriom or Am Oi-othi*o a*? Ranriax, ?
n*w Yobk. Jui/Ji, i&a. I
8e*>ed propoaala will be reoeived at this' OlUoe until twelve
o'clock a. on Friday, the 8th uf August, fur delivering, by
eeouact, at the depot ?f Army Clothing in this city
100 l>rume, infantry.
600 Drumheads, batter.
100 Bugle*.
*,000 OavaJrr Hat Cards and Tamil.
50,080 Brass Bagles for hats.
Samples of which ca? be seen oa appUoatlon at this office;
one-third the quantity to be delivered within tea days, one
tiilrd within twenty days, and the remainder within thirty
daya (rom the date of the acceptance of the bids, and all to
be subject to inspection by sworn inspector* appointed by
the United State*.
Proposals must be accompanied by a proper guaranty, set
ting forth that if the contract is awarded to the party named
therein be will at once execute the same, and give bonds for
the faithful performance of the same.
The United state* reserves the right to reject all bids
dnmod unreasonable.
Propoaala ahould be endorsed "Proposals for Furnishing
Drums, As.," and addressed to
lie at. OoL D. H. VINTON,
Deputy Quartermaster General U. 8. Army.
BUT 8UPPLIBS.
Omw or Abut Olmbino in Eqoifaob, j
100.000 Forage Caps, of pure Indigo wool dyed cloth,
100,000 Forage Cap Covers,
samples of which can be seen on application at this office;
oae hall' to be delivered within ten days, and the remainder
within twenty from the date of the acceptance of the Ids.
and to be subject to Inspection by sworn inspectors appointed
by authority of the United States.
Bids must be accompanied by a proper guaranty, setting
forth that, 1 f the contrast is awarded to the party named
the vein, he will at onco execute the same and give bonds for
the faithful pcrioi uiance or the contract.
The United States reserves the right te reject all bids
deemed unreasonable.
Proposals should be endorsed, "Proposals for Furnishing
Forage Caps and Covers," and addressed to
Lleutanant Colonel D. H. VINTON,
Deputy Quartermaster General United States Army.
Abut supplies.
Omen or A*kt Clotbiko ai?o Bovipam, >
New 7ork, August 7.1861 J
' Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 12
o'clock M., on Thursday, the Uth Instant, for delivering by
contract, at the depot ot Army Clothing tod Equipage in
in this city?
200,000 Flannel Shirts.
300,000 Knit Shirts.
100,000 Canton Flannel Drawer*
100,000 Knit Drawer*.
200 Infantry Bugle Cords.
100 pairs Hospital Steward's Chevrons.
100,000 Ureal Coat Strap*.
500 Recruiting Flags.
10,000 yards % inch blue Worsted Lace.
Samples of which can be seen on application to tbt* office.
Of the Shirts and Drawers, one-third to be delivered wltMn
ten days, one-third within twenty day* and the remainder
within thirty days from the date or the acceptance of the
bids. All other articiea.to.be delivered within twenty day*,
and to be subject to Inspection by sworn Inspectors, appoint
ed by authority of the United States.
Propo sals must be accompanied by a proper guarantee, set
ting forth that If the contract Is awarded to the party named
therein, he will at onoe execute the same and give bonds for
tne faithful performance of the contract.
The United States reserves the right to reject all bids
deemed unreasonable.
Bids should be endorsed "Proposals for furnishing Shirt*,
Drawers, Ac.," and addressed to
Lieutenant Colonel D. H. VINTON,
Dy. Quartermaster General, United States Army.
?(OFFSB FOB THE NAVT.
Nin Aoatn's Ostick, Nsw Tom, August 2,1862.
Proposals, sealed and endorsed "Proposals for Coffee,"
? will be received at this office until Saturday, the l(Stn Instant,
for furnishing and delivering, on reoelvlng ten days' notlco,
at the united States Navy Yard at Brooklyn, nil the coffee
which may be required for the use of the navy during the
Aseallysar ending June 9b, 1883.
The coffee to tw equal, to the best Cuba, according to the
sample at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and be delivered there
without extra charge.
Every offer must be accompanied by a written guarantee,
signed oy one or more responsible persons, to the effect that
be or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will. If hit or
th'ir bid be aecepti-d, enter into an obligation immediately,
with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the article pfO
tioasdT This guarantee unst be aceonapanted by the certificate
of the United State* District Judge, District Attorney, Col
Ie<tnr or Navy Agent, that the guarantors are able' to make
good their guarantee. No proposal will be considered unless
accompanied by such-guarantee.
I HENDERSON, Navy Agent.
Navt beef. ^
Km laui'i Ornoa, \
New Yohk, August 2, IMS. (
SyW proposals will bo received at (bit olBce until
Saturday, tbe 9th day ofAugust, at 12 o'clock, for siirply
tng BOV barrels NAVY BBBP, free af alLcost and risk, to ibe
United mates, at tba Navy Yaxi at Brooklyn.
Tha Beef null ba from well lattenad cattle, and must
conform aa naar aa possible in quality t? tba standard
auumtd for S?n Bsef, and paaa the naual laipcotion at
the Navy Yard, ft* hnrrela aiuat be accordinf to tbe nary
?Mpdard.
Bvery offer moat be accompanied by a written guaranty,
signed by one or mare resuonsiblo persons, to tbe eBe-l
tnat he ar they undertake that the bidder or bidden will.
If hli or their bid ba aooepted, enter into an obligation
Immediately, with good and sulllclcnt auretlea, to fumtxh
the article proposed. Thla guaranty must be aooompanled
by the certificate of the United lintri District JudM, Dis
trict Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent, that the guarantors
are able to make good their guaranty- No proposal will be
considered unless accompanied by such guaranty. Pell par
ticulars may be aeoertalned upon application to tbe Inspect
ing OBeer at the Navy Yard.
Be above Baef la purchased on acoeunt of defaulting
contractors, and most be furnished without Ue'a/.
I. HEN DEHSON, Navy Agent.
/"VHDNANCE OFFICE. _ _
\J War DfcrastME.Tr, \
Wa?hi*CTo;v, July 19. 1S0T. f
PROPOSALS will be received by this department until i
P.M. on the 9?h of August, 1862, for tbe delivery at the fbl.
lotting arsenals of tniautry accoutrements, aa Uen-li-al cr
2?1 TUe" WATERTOWN ARSENAL, WATEBTOWN,
.mass,
26,000 sets Infantry accoutrements, calibre C9
14,000 " " " " M
AT THE WATERVLIET ARSENAL. WEST TRuY, N. Y.
I.1,cue sets lniantry accoutrements, calibre 0#
7,0)0 " " " " U
AT 'THE NEW YORK ARSENAL, GOVERNOR'S ISLAND,
.V Y.
?0,0k) seta Infantry aocouti ' m^nts, calibre. 89
19.000 ?' '? " " 58
AT THE ALLEOUANY ARSENAL, PlTTBliURO, PA.
51,0U0 sets inian'ry accoutrements, oaltttfe 09
17.000 ?? 'f " 1 M
AT TUB PRANKFORD ARSENAL. BKIDESBCRU. PA.
24,1*10sets inlsntry accoutrements, calibre is)
II,000 ?' " . '? M
AT THE ST. LOWS ARSENAL, ST. LOUIS, MO.
42.000 seta infantry accoutrements, calibre .09
20,010 " " ? " " v M
These aocoutremeata are to be msde in strict conformity
with tbi regulation patterns, samples ot which cau oe
amiuedjtt any of the above named arsenals, and are to be,?ub
iect to inspection at the arsenals where delivered, before be
ing received for the government?nono to*be accepted or paid
for but such aa are approved on Inspect ton The belts to be
of grnined leather, and all the slock to be the best oat
tanned. Tha shoulder belt will be Included In the set.
Deliveries must t>~ made lu lots oi uot less than 1,000 sets
ptr'we'-k. for all coo'ract* of 10.010 or tinder, and not leas
than J.OOD sets tvr week on all contracts ror over 10,0110,
eountlnofrom the date of the eontract. Failure lo deliver at
a spec lied tirue will subject tim contractor to a forfelttiru of
the amount to be delivered at that time. The accoutrements
must be boicd in the customary manner; the i<otes to be
charge ! at ' oat, to be determined by the Inape.- to r.
Bidders will state, explicitly, tbe lime, amount and place
of esch lielivery.
Each party obtaining a contract will be required lo enter
Into bonds, with proper sur-tles, for its faitbful fuliUmeot.
The Departmeui reserves to ilaelf tba right to reject any
bid.
proposals will be addressed lo "Oca J. W. Ripley, Chief
of Ordnance, Washington, D 0.," snd will be encoded
"Pmosais (or Inian'ry AocomreinenV'."
JAMES W. RIPLBT,
Brigadier Quier.il, Chief or OrJaan ;e.
OFFICE OF CLBRK OK ROVRP OF SCPBRVISORS,
No 7 City Hall, Aug. I, iwt.'.?Seaied Proposals willbo
raoelvad at ?'IISofloe until August 12, 1M, at 12 o'clock M?
for 250 lo lf)0 tun*Of the MM Anthracite t'oul for the use
of the courts And oflk-es of tbe county, the ton to be calcula.
ted at 3,240 pdunds.
Also, proposals for SO cords of Kindling Wood, pine, c it
and spill for use. ?
The sai l c al and wood to be delivered It such times ?nd
p'aces ua tbo Commutes may designate. ?
The Committee reserve the riuht i) reject sny and fril pro
poMie. James HAris.
W ILLIAM M. TWEED,
SllKHIi) \N SHOOK,
SMITH KLY, JR., Committee.
ORISON lil.UNT,
WnXlAN 0. CONNER,
ELIJAH F. PliRDY. /
IPKC'I lb WOTirKB.
1 ELECTION -AN ERECTION FO? DIRECTORS OF
Li tii? hnlckerbociter St?ae Company win lie I I.it the
oillce. Kig ali avenue and Tweniy-thud Mreet, also fOi'In
spetiors oi Eleetti n in IdfiS, on Wednes.lay, August 13, isti2.
Th.> poll will be open M l> to C P. M.
UEOKOK C. PETERS, Kcie nry.
RKAT TR It'Ml'll.?STEINWAY and sons NOM. H2
/ and M Walker rtreet, New York, h*\ been anarded a
I rsl prM" medal at llielireiit In BlhlbMlOU, J. in
d. n tor powerlul, ciuar, 'lriiH mt and sympe heti,- tone, with
f t . t v ot. >i.ansliip, show i In gnrn I and enuarwl'lanos.
, w 11 vo hand red and stsiy-nlne 1'lsn from all
p, ernrid, ontered lor ? ,>m| el turn, an i tlio speolal
Ji . , of the New York
st Itm nys o.iilii,s.!iii?st by tUO (uroli Is >-m
1? ?i , m l ?<|.1I1 r and more to (he point th .n lhat of any
maker." ^
OFFICB OP THE CUOTON AOVBftJCT DEPART
itu .'t, Annuattl. 1882. ?New Oraad Reservoir. Public
mit'oe h horsbyKiven that ibe Proton icater w4H be intro
dpred Itiui the Saw Omu l Ueseivolr, ou TueaJhy, Aufnm
10. :ii."l o ci.i k F. M. prec sely.
Til. public me resneot'ully Invited io Witnes- the consum
mation oi I .is groat work, wlthoul^rther^tlee.^.^
THOMAS it Ta l i'EN,
A. W CRAVRft,
t'rolon A'lucduct Board.
TTAXPAYKRS OP WESTCHESTER Cot NTY.-NOTIOR
I Is given Unit I Imre received the cow ?( the o rcial n>
turn of t ie tates or |Mt of tiie towns ot M-.rri jat.l.i. West
Pirm?, Kisti <ic,ier, Wct' hestef, Pelham and Mama:tmeok,
IncinilltJg sii villages. T'ce Lois sie adien.H-sl snd will be
sold September 2d ISi'd. Owaersmajr ee'.l aiiiie t ?s oilire,
corner of Orand un l BUtnb) Ih "tmets, on Nudtt, Aiuust
II wh<r? the bonkiiyill be open. Ni uhiis* for ?-?i.h.-s.
John F mM, u?*?r*i C*l#? v>r.
a .nsBKBtrra.
YVALLA<'KH
IT t 'lrni u*?n Rroadwav nud ThirtM-ntb ?trer?
Uv i... uncial li.? f |?*t smrea; ut> nn.ro * ?* ??? -tel.
UOMPLBl'E At. J OV,ilt., II SoUUli
NKW BURL.KBQVB
on BourclcaaliHi. uuhiui ? di?
Til IS 00Lt.E!,.< I. AWN.
riL.Y OCOMN It; 08.
TUB FATAL DUl
ONE OK THE FINEST Al'DTHSOHti OF TUB SEASON
PKALS Or LAUGHTER, GB.NBKAL HILARITY
and every demonstration of u.-luut.
MBS. W. t. KLOKKNOB IN QEB TERItlFIO KKAT OP
ZAMPILLAKROBTATION: OB,
TliB tLYINO TRAPEZE.
This Thursday Evening. Augunt 7,
WlU be presented a uuw llnrlesque, called
Eii-Y O'connor,
with the following bril limit cast, urn bracing (be entire bur
lesuue company attached t? Wat lack e theatre:?
B i LES-N A-OOP P ALBEN, a Pat-un
ft hissex Mrs. W. J. FLORENCE.
Danny Man a, a Dfoiu><ary Ferryman. Mr. W. Devldsti
Kyrlo Daly, a sweet youth Br. J. L Barrett
Hardresa Cregau, a nice young man for a tea
party Mine Viol* Crocker
B. Corrigsn, a rore cloeer. anxious for a closer
relationship Mr./. Martin
Sergeant 0'T?>ralo(.rel, an active and intelll.
gent officer, No. 3.1S9 Mr. Oeo. Browne
Miss Ann Gliuie. the Colleen Kudh Mrs. Oeo. Skerrett
EILY O'CONNOR, the Colletu
Bawn....7% Mr. W. J. FLORENCE
Mrs. Creg&n Mrs. U iiyroa
Bridesmaids. Klunkles Footmen, Ac.
To eommence with the lavorite farce of
^ FAR 18 AND BACK FOB ?5.
FRIOAY.?The great burlesque and other entertain
ment*.
NOW OPEN, DAT AND EVBNINO. TUB BAOBIFI
cent Galleries of Paintings at the Fine Art Institute,
W6 Broadway. Pollock's creat picture of "Undine," Gig
noui's charming "Indian Summer," the great "French Be
volution of IMS,'* with nearly 200 ether works. Admission
25 cents.
HOt?K?, BOOHS, AC., WAST?U>.
A furnished HOUSE WANTED.?BUST BE SITU
ated below Twenly-tiith street and west of Fourth ave
nue. The rent must be taken in board. Address, stating
location, Mrs. M., box 306 Herald ollice. for three days.
A FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED?BT A SMALL
private family, till 1st of May or longer; must be high
stooifc completely furnished, with modern improvements;
West Fourteenth street or Twenty-third street preferred;
$!W0 rent guaranteed. Apply to B. H. TAYLOB. 130 Broad.
way.
CITY DWELLINGS. furnished OB UNFURNISHED,
wapted at all seasons of the year. Property promptly
rented At full market rstes, snd advertised at our risk until
let. MoKIBBIN A DAY, 319 Fourth avenue.
Furnished house wanted.?a bespbotable
and responsible party wants to hire a Furnished House
in this city; will take good care of the property and give best
of references. Terms must be moderate. Address Gilbert,
box 104 Herald office.'
House wanted uf town, between fifth and
81 nth avendes, 35 by 80 f<-et, high stoop, modern im
provements, in exchange for English basement House, 35
feet front, and stable and carriage house in rear, situated
between Fifth and Sixth avenues, Murray HUL Address
Dgy Book, Herald office.
TTAEP WANTED?A SECOND HAND HARP, IN PER.
XI feet order. Price must be moderate. Address J. M.,
box 41, Tarrytown, N. Y.
HOUSE WANTED.?AN UNEXCEPTIONABLE TE
uant wishes to lease a pleasautly located medium sued
high stoop House, either furnished or unfurnished. Ad
dress, with full particulars, R., box 4,137 Post omce.
I WANT TO OO INTO THE GROCERY AND PROVI
slon business. Any person having a good paying btml
ness to sell, in whole ori n part, may address B. C., box 124
Herald olllce. >
WAN TED?TO RENT, A SMALL HIGH STOOP HOUSE,
TT in a good location, between Sixteenth snd Thirty fourth
street*, and went of Sixth avenue. Bent not to exoeed $wj.
Address W., box 2,414 Post office..
TXT"ANTED?IMMEDIATELY, A FIRST CLASS FOUB
YT story House, with an extension, If possible; in or
near Fifth avenue and Broadway, and between Fourteenth
and Thirty-fourth streets. For which a fair rent will be
given. Address H. E. B., Madison squane Pout office.
WANTED?A LIGHT DRAUGHT VESSEL. SCHOONER
riggud. centre board preferred, for the Albany trude;
from 100 in 200 tons; the undersigned should like to obtain a
vessel of tho above named capacity to sail on shares. R-fe
rencee exchanged. Address Stephen D. Smith, 128 Meadow
street, Hoboken, N. J.
WANTED-TO RENT, WITH?OPTION OF PURCHA3
ing, a Cottage House, Within 20 miles of New York;
near water preferred, with from 3 to 6 acres uf land. Ad
dress S. T. S., Herald office.
RAltioAOSi ~
Hudson river railroad.-trains for albanyI
' Troy, the North and West leave Chambers street at 1
and II A. M? and 3:14. 6 and 10:1A P. M.
T OBG ISLAND BAILBOAD ACCOMMODATION?OLD
JU South Ferry Terminus.?Train* leave at 7:46 A. M. and
Sis P. M. for Or-enport; U:45 A. M. and 4:14 P. M. for Sy.
oseett; 7:45, 11:4ft, A. M? and 3:15, 4 :14, 5:44 P. M.for Uemp
stead; bom iv for Jamaica irom 7:45 A. M. to4:45 P. M.
Long island railroad?change of termi
nu*.?Pa?seuger depot at James slip and foot oi Tuir
ty-forrth siri-ot, Bust river.
Summer at nngement?Leave New York at 8 A. M. for
Gfeenport, S*j Harbor. Orient and Hamilton.
At 8 A M.. li M. and 4:3U P. M. for Syoa^ei.
At 3 JO P. M. f'jrGreenpon.
At4 P. M. ror PaiiiilagJale,^
On Sunday a trsln mar?< Hunter's Point (Thirty-fourth
street fert7), at SH A. M.for Rlverhead and intermedial*
s'st'nus at etcttrsien ittea. Returning leaves Rlverhead at
?P. M.
EW TOBK, HARI EM AND ALBANY RAILROAD
VOB Ai.BA.sy. XROY. NORTH AND WIST.
For Albany, 10 Jb A. SC, Kip.av MallTr ?In from Twenty
?lilh Mitel nation. For nil local train**ee Tim* Tab5\
JOHN BURUHILL. Aaiiaiant Superintendent.
RARITAN AND DELAWARE BAY RAILROAD.?FO It
Lung Braufk, Red Batik, Shr?w*bnry, Tom* lllvar,
Tu*kerton, Ac.?In conaequeuce of tio unpiweeden'od nutn
berof vltltora to Lnn< Branrb, the ii'-nrn'-iiat THOMAS
COLLVKR will. or. Sa'nrdny*. 'intil farther notice, leave
Murray itraat yrtaarf four time*, ?!*., at 6. Maud 10.30 A. M.
and at 2.?0 and 5.30 P. M. On every other day (exreait Sun
day) leaving at &30 aud 10.30 A. M. and at t P. M. ra?*on
k"ra for the mala line below Long Braneh jun.Uon will
leave at C.3U A. M. and 4 P. M., eicept on Saturday*, when
they will l?ave at 6.30 A M. and 2.30 P. M.
Pu.?iik*ri for pointa below Katontown, on .ha main line
will take the J:S0 P. H. boat on Saturday*.
^ ASTROI.O?Y.
A BONA FIDE ASTBOLOOIST. THAT EVTJttY ?NE
uo 4ep>nd on, la Mine. WILSON, who te!:? tb" object
?I yo ir Tii4t a? roon aa you ?nt"r. She telle the Jjimt, pr
at.'ut and luturrof yo>:r life, aud ?arm you ?t uaa|era,
aud bring* (U'-C'-aa out of the moat pori'.iu* iu>'ari. klnga.
N. B.?Celelri a.ed magic oharui*. No. 189 Al>n *'ieet, be
tween Houston and SiautosT, oTir tlie store. LaUiea and
gentlemen, i0 cenu each.
4 STONISH1NU.?MADAME MORROW, seventh
^ i. dangher, !'a? forealijbt to tell how soon and bow often
you rax t ry, and ail yo'i wish to know, even yonr thought*,
or no p;ty; lucky charm* froej her eqoal I* not to he I'outi 1;
!r i- ma,; ? Imace lit now In fall opeva'lon No: IM Ludlow
?tree:. below Huuatou. Uentl; gentlemen not admitted.
Madame hart, havinu hlturnf.d from id.
rope, annoiiurea to the lad lea ol New VorkllMt ?he
tan be < onatilted ut No. 21 E?? * atreet upou the past and
Inline. ?i.et, information u* to fortune, marrlaga, ill
cuaini- given. Ordinary i'"o '.'3 '.ania.
Madame ray is the best *-lairvoyabt and
A*irolo0*l In tfcla ciiy. ?be tell* your vet y iho i.nti,
give* lurky number*, ran r| *peuUy ma. ila^e*. No. 'AO
8 'Tenth avenue, n^ar Twen y-aeTentn rreot. Ladira J8c.,
gen-leinen W".
Mrs. woods is <onsultkd by ladies with
contideuca. ill re a uJ\ toe lu female eomplaiuta and
Iriegiilarltio*. Monthly yilla. 234 Oi an 1 street, uue block
eaat of Howry.
Mb*. addie banker, toe lono established
and ralioMe medi'-nl and budneo el.iirn.yant an J
?pint ml medium, gtrea uuirer*a! **tl?i action day ami
evening. ai her i-miu nee, X.U Fourth aireet. we*t of Broad
way. Term* ino lerate.
NB.-WH0H.48 NOT flEARH OF THE CELEBRATED
. Madam 1'RB'Y STiiR, who ha* removed to 6V Thirty,
aightti ?iu)Ot, corner o; Stub aveune, orcr iba 'iakery. aud
wtio an !?? 09M< :te.l with entire ?atlai'a lion? She haa no
e<( ai. due ie.ln tue name ol i'uiuie wile Ol' lin*' and, ?1<0
ibal of lu i'7 riior. If yon winh inith gl\ e her a all.
Tub OBBATBOT wondkr in the world is thk
yo?in? *u1 accomplih?eil Maiiuni ? BYRON, from Paria,
who can u ? connulted with tbe air-'e?t ionfl l 'Uie on nil at
lair* of Hie; reK'oia* drunken and uuiaitbrul kuaband*; ha*
a *rere( to maki yon lii-lovad by your heart'* Idol, and brlnu*
to**.h i tb< king h> par.it *d. Bn'I.ea 'li ccnts R'*id< aoe
WThird aTenue, *bore Twoirth ctrtct.
WHO WOULD NOT <H> TO MAKli TUK1B FtlllTL'NBt
(in re, one aud all? t? *? e Mi?? WLLLl.N<>ToN, ihe
renowned . ';n-il?h piopneiiaa, unireraally uck now letted
u.e b. al Ol all. mo: iglll*, Wbo guar tineas 10 ?? ure to ihoM
w ho ivn?nlt hrr, heal ii, wealth and hapnlne*i, an'' w?rran ?
to impart to them informa'lju ai the ntmn?t tnipor #ne?,
relative to lawiniia loumeya,ab?ent frienda, lo*?, ?wunaliln,
mairliiue. l id len treaaiirea, anemlet and tionbiea?in fact,
oi all Milan- in llic. iirar ? aoMier*, lemn yoir do> iuof
glory, llfeortloMk. It' you it''? your u*? |ro*p rlty and
? clilty >o i II not d-ay to vial oraddr--* by l 'tier thi*
highly gin I ?!" i heauUml youiu lady, at 101 Sixth avenue,
ot.p.e lie E'liM'li afreet Minn W. I* lfc< onh poraon In tbi*
' Ity who Ii ia ih? feiiulne Unman and Aiab-nn lailnnaaa lor
love, koo! lin k, and bua.iieaa all.HI*? n airanted IU| llle,
Lueky kiunbern given, a* al-o blgUlv itHpcctkbleoily refe
liMfi Druukitnn a* emed and uurauful wire* and hua
iiaml re lalioed.
1 f? BOWERT ?MAI) V WinOKIL t'LAIRYOTANt
J.O?J an I gtffed H|?nlali lalv, mireMa tbe ayweriea of
fnttirlty. 1"' 1 marriag ?, ?b<i'iu mend*. *iei.n>'aa, i reaciibea
medlelnaa for all dlaeaoas teln lucky nntabet*, property l"?l
or no
CIAIT1UKO. "TTZTTT
4 RARE CIIANOK.??11,008 WOBTII OK t'VT OFF
J\. umthlng wanted, ?rttfl(? a month, for N?w Orloana.
latiil' * an4 Banileui'in bavU.4 anf ofttie ah?v*e u> di?|H.*? of
?an receive tie following prfce. ?Fi> tu ?d to $ ?i for Hllk
Vre.aea, frwn <.1 to $ISfor ?o. tt, from *1 to fa lor Tio'A
Ai?o .Siiaw.a. cioek*, Turfi- U, Fi.rnDnre; tMl Un-ft nne*
r.iM. Plt ane nil on or a.ldru-.* a uole In H. Mlut/.HS 9i?th
avenue, near Blgbtebnth street. Ladle* ntiended l>* Mra.
Mint/ Orderafrom iti??>kIvm or Jeiaey City i> mettwlly at
tended to, Pleaae rrniembvr ib - m iginai V. Miutc, AM swtb
?v?nue.
ATTE.MION! LADIRB AND liENTLEJUIN.-I HAVE
Tim r leed fl.'WUo pitreheae (? t off i imhlng, Nt
llllare and I2,< pel* tor t' c t .alll irnla market. I do promise
to i ay the h!Jthe*t p lev* <n the , |ty by e vlllnc on or iiddreKa
luga notn to i<: MINT/., 13." Sixth erenue, two .loo:* above
Tenth Mree- Leiiii * ait-nde.i to if In Mints. K iin m
bcr, 137 i*t).tli avoane.
V T NO Sftl BOWBRY.-H. ROSFSPfvL BAVINO A
A yreat !e?ire to p'li-cbaae a lam" qoRttillyoi east iSf
Wealing Al>|*rel, I'm niture, v'arpe.r .lew lljr. Ae., by .-?'!?
iiik on or a tdr.'.-aitil, ladie* and ?ru)l*?o? rau ootaiu the
inmost v noie lur e .oh artirle. Ij|al. * al'-?U'ted to by *?
BOMnibaL I'll nm i mtmbcrv uid trj' 353 Boworjr, opposite
tlfit Jon * st:ee.t.
imtiv* ?tin ? " ?i iii^ /ii'j'ttin. ? * . -r
Vni9mm% fr?.m %:* (or ikmuifrom *,.* LT*
AUw C'aryel*| A '. A noli- >f f<* aM^tnvli
?d (n b? E/.EK^feijH i)l Berraili aremte U'l'M ?M?oa*
to by Mr* K,
OAitDBN "" ??
W* ctrfiSftTnl!tn"r\ Ur. I.
HiiDAV liViiJUfcG. Au^ia.*, >? ""eioua Inemia, m
On whi.ii oroii'M
tfe? autl??.ix5*f ,*AttOi* * I1VUKIX,
till II ?' IfS' i ' ?? bct:? ioduord U?MMT
t HOA ? uj' Vt" '* ocl"br?t,:<1 euaraetar at /iS*
"HI < KiV..Er, supported hy Uic eulu-e origin
flatturi!? ?nil?p hare kiadUr teuderetf tkta
S itrp' & itpz.B
Aid. Wll.iam WeUli WiUUm B
Aid. John n. ifndr^ iv ,r w***'
Aid. I'eier Mitchi U h T 'iLUuipkOa,
am' Jiu<iU A ah. win, til "?J n &.u
Aid. James B?*d in-i ry 11. Con.
Aid Umry S^ui. i0^
Jti'haei Tournrv /7 uurraiid,
nuiiiy Mi,rr,w/' Grurge lirowa,
y. Dttrt>> Oeo jj,, Cot.
8. IlotUuder ?? w Np?1mU,
* ... .**"<'? auEsJcaf.
Iliad P*r,jr'"**a?e-wiu oumuwi.oa with Uie great p^. ^
VANCHQM, ou^K?"?BT
DMidler MUaMAOOIB MITOHKUb
Xandey Mr. A. II. DftroawM
?i"r Barbeaud. .^Mr.tf. \T OulHn
Mo' elon ' Mr. J. H. siuddart
Old I'miel Mrs. J H. Suxldart
Mother Mrs. A. HlaA
H. t-OruSm
KaiherOuim?i'i C. T. I'.ir?le^ Jt
?n 0/
"??fc ??w open. Hem,
N1??* ,^uMul:sraUMMiiR **"?>*. 1
Fifth?L C00LB^rTHKAT**' IK NKwToK^
"SamiSi." tewrKi"nsassr^"
YOIINU AMERICA OM^^
ChA?? ?r ~ TUK KLT,NU "lUiTO
Ch**!# ofijerforiiiance rrrrj ertuine.
?rill i ^MIDAir uvMil HQ, AUGL'oT t im?
P^mZTLT IOr,bd U?e *A2Stlf?l M
Jeannot j**MKBTTB AMD JEANNOT.
Major LaffW. '. Oabrtrt Bail*
8?rueuni Mustache " ....HrnryJTeMg
To cjna.ude with the' Mine. JfaantM
?M!3S> ?
third Urns','"if^'rnu^ranm oi" *?5K2fiw* ?**.
Mr. White THK W"ITES AND BROWNfl.
| SrV&W '^'Prr-H uo rree^t.T'10m-m-to
?^!^tt^.s?cSssLsaB
ljlOX'8 0UD BOWKKY THKATKE.
A ukkkkit of
Mr. J. M. ALLK.V.
,?.u^10 AVAID DRArrtifdr ?
ro1 ?ad Chapman in the comic rhiu-^i.^
VBW BOWERY THBATRE.
sole proprietor Mr J W
Fi'dMy ' '
Mr. E. L. DAVENPORT,
??? American Trugfuliko.
will appear at Bulwer>apte?C
?- k DATtS'iS^"' ?' ??m p'tT"
?r. ???: ,A~"
TitB I&ISIl BBOOM ????' W,Uta"
TJARNUM'8 AMERICAN Ml.'SECM~ "?*
'/'U B' T ONE
Vnpir i jtL .u1'UlMm?? d compjinv of
>0CAl4drg AND SWISS BLIjL utvnttta
THEy"0Ai"kEa?'rm'S,n hl al '
?t3aud 7X o'clock, when Mr.
Anil Ur 5l*PR*SIiim.dv5SSA*r ?'*?>'OTOBTE.
A,ffiDi?AuvKNjslrTr
o f the {&W
' r ?418
He pUys the Organ. Kiasei hi* Keeper, Hhonldrra the **
tet, feiiak^a Hande with the Ijidiea, Throwsi'icm k*?- ?.
D?N OF LIVIXU MONStBB??^N1M,,e*
. . AQUABIAL ?AKDEN, Jkr Ac
Adeiiaaion to all only m ccata; rhllilrnn uudi-rten, IS
1 T v SKXORITA ISABEL cub AH TnR RRMOWkvm
N'lXO.VS CRBMORNB GARDKN ????
? ibcrkased attr<<ttionr.
NKW FACES AND NISW FKATt'KKs!
AONIKK''ENT DlhPLAV IJK FIREWOKKM
PhT*"^ OF T1IE FLOOD EVKkY NIOH'P
Fhtii appearance ol the great Comio m V
SEMORITA CI'HAS IV*A SP\MTmr niNPV
thomad baker and rr tr? JfiiiMiai
Th.llfraVM2*nale^elw?tlw,*ff,,m Roh-rt Le d"m?
Thelenr, XlVieaea. Ron ran 1, WI-toT. Wwin 7i*a
Tu.irnalrr, Conrad Brothers. Jamea RaynoldaTAi. a!~"
Fifth apn^ai an. :r of ' "*? **?
The greataat Urmnuat and K^utauuia^of the age aad Ite
skS^k.-wsj iaj^tsawa
Finh appearand* of
r ^ MASTEB CHARI.ES VADIOiV
?'l i^Hornfioianihit>. '
^ V*ri "* HT'1' ^ '?Iw-'wl oa Sundar erenin?.
A'toiUoon lo Ui<- whole 28 cf nu.
JBEORUB christy'S minstrels.
? p. , orr,^,IloII*[BI,()AW4r'
J. K. tfrigji...^.., Bu, Be? Miimg.rr *n.i Trraauruv
MONDAY, A uiul 4,
^d";^eTeB,Bsd" nj tha lAk, the .au.;hable Bikloyta
double BEDPHD booh.
Uaorf* Cbriaty I' l im r tl .|M
l'u* fiinou* Quartette,
kbe\e& norland, bray and oorwik.
OharoplonClo? Dan- er, K. HANDS.
Tao be* Kind loth* p. )fe**iou arid i tie ouolrat boiiae la ikg
T\ 9? V"D *ATI?Kk every H41unl.1v at 3 o'clock.
AUmiuita 2A oonu. No ball" prke.
Dtxii a upon at 7. < urtaln rlaca at a rnrlarly.
Bryants* minstrels ?~ "
Will reopen A ig.:?l 25.
BRYANT BROft.
WOOD'S MINSTRELS,
'? 4U BROADWAY,
Opposite the 81 Nicholas Hotel.
Heuiy wood .-o r 1'ropiietiir ar. i
IMMENSE Sl't'CESM.
EVERY E'v KNiNd Ol illNii THE WEEK.
Erwi. Horn, Ciiarloy F ix, Frank Ro?f, Co. 1 ? lute. Abac
Co. 1 crey. I.eivia. *. Jt, t |n n?? Sour* Diner*. *r,; Iba
rrraa-'i-lijf-.vut>>r. liin on and I/vthuv the Traitor'* Fata.
Africa 11 Co isin-i, Wall At. eel Broker*, Ain't tot Urao to tarry.
Ac. D"Ora <>p?n at 7: ? < rnmrnre ai S ovio-k
admission 2& ? KN iU
AAA ?tub GREAT AMERICAN MUSIC HALL
TTT BROADWAY.
Tats popiiLralaaeaf ajMusem- ut,
WfLL REOPEN, VTIt.t, IlFOPEJf.
will UftOPUB, WILJ. Ri-.Ol'EB.
ON MONDAY Al'OUBT II
A':ih the largeat nn(t moat talt-nM ooRip<nr trcrfootn
tinted in uuy pin? of a:nu'i m -nt in tbr world. A lommuej
euicriaimnent of lour and .? h ,U houiV deration will be
Ulr. ti; eiob nd *rary ml Imlepradeiii of th? rr??, orni.ractea
Ue C'-'iia of tba 0|?ia, JUilut, P.uitouiui-. Hmlee.iueaL
--^.ud Sentimental Hinging, Btbi jpUn KstruteguuM*
B. W. Bl'TLER. Proprietor.
TnOMAS BAKER AND HIS CNRIYALIJSi) OK'HE*.
tin erery eveu.oi; iu clioirc ar Unions o: nma.r Tha
o rim 1 in I Overture to the new Panto. !tn# com i,. n~ ? at a
?'?T*k, at NIXON'S CRKMOKNE HARDEN
HAIE THE OLAD TIDTNO*.
SfcWfSKfcS"01 u,e P-ruB* Cab.n?tol Wo-idar%
aui HltOADvt AY, at I I.KI iADWAY!
(Nex* door 'o Bi>H j| Bi 1 k * )
II4VP i) a.|<> cxteuaire a.i(!|tMita to fecit all ?:?.:? lamaaalo
sulu'frm. Tin* public nr>y now ther ar.-?igi,ta of a tanty
r peril aatoundlnit. mm ran and aatnniahitig kind. Thaan
marvellous Km .ilaiw.ia : Nature a tiu;v br.mtiml aid
rOiMiat of i-rrr)thin* Won.! rf'tl. Rv.ra .rV'lnarv, Mtate
rloua, T.'.miie, Man-eli<?i?, Fu lling, Sum rmmg, Kui'ikik.
(i.ui.iuia, Citrloua ar.d Suu!-in?pirl"g. L<~>k nt thn ?m{
au l aulv O. r:u In lh? wurM; ?h? ia nadaed p-1 ip-tion
uiiaurpnN^d ftir |rwu* and feriiluin>' b. anty.
Open for yatletnrn ouly from |ij nil It).
/I RAND HPEt IAI.ITY PERKORM ANCK?ON SATVR*
VT rtav nfii rn.io i next, ?? MXot S CRKMoKNE 1 iAR*
UliN, whi'U the ciitii'" ] .uiio. il'n<- of ihe SPIRIT UK TNU
KLOOD will be glvrn; lm. Pum ,i?d,- Mual>' In Ihe ?I in lea
ami Bqiteatilaa P-'Kui matter a. Bnag ilie i'!-|lilr>-H nn.l k?
fieai enjoy a foo l lanfu. ChlWr n *dm|?i, ,| ro. is, entai
t MAN At OCAIf rib WITH rHE BVDBO OXYuf*
? V ,V?hii Laniern (Sterfuptloou DiaautTlnf Y:?w Aiiivtnwiial
who iatai 'ble of e*( lalnlna the di>r?r>m alM?a arm ot ?
dinting baalneaa in general, la wan>d to tinvet ihunuh tha
Enk"ia'i W at Indl-?. A capable and reliable m?n c?n Imrm
? ?'""iT Klluauoti. Adiircea tar .-idbi d?)a A. N., baa
IDS Herald olhi-e.
T1IK WABlilNUTOM niAtML WHICH MAX HUM*
newlr daenrau-d and upluilttered, will ba"i>*aed :i.rllia
i"ribir *a?*an e ?rly In OelAber. Lidlt a and < ? itlr- n-a of
ai kniiwleilge.i ability deairing a^Raci'iM'iit* will plaa?< ad
J Bland, IM t 'i I). C.
X'til'Nii AMRIUOA, THB WONDkI ?K THE " URU>,
1 In the aatoiiniinit tent of ihe TlfREfi KLYlNi. TKA
PEZF. Ui-uImUi at Mbio'a,
VJ-IBI.O'rt OARDRV -TUB OHKAT tlAlilllLl. RAVBb
and Tt>u|? to-nigbt ami evj'-j- nifht.
/ 11'.BAT TRIUMPH OP YOI VcTaMK IUCA AT NIB (ATS
VT Oxrdeii. He will npp?ar to-iil({lit.
Notice -i?< oio vn.>t uac.
t'briimM u rorwil* In tbe United l>Mt?:a. |i:0*>ldw" an
Tuc-.lm, Fi Ida* an I .-jatiirdny a; ih ? Fiw ?i,4
!?;.'a*. t'Anv" h"S M?p 'n*rd ?*wy-t; al*u Me*?r Kr?
ni'djr and fiokerlm . PlanKta. EKED. A IIILL.
STEAMBOATS.
hAtLY I<lKB FOK tii:lD?.ti,<<Rr- TltOM | |RB NO
in R "i ihei. a; IJo'cioc* noon, arriving n nru.^i'iH.it
Intlai" to"oline ' Willi th? ti uMiunte, N ut,^ in i.. New
H.r' iiami lUrtlo d llilliitt.ls, alti. tli" nbore line to Ha*.
brook *?ul 1,0 dmi.
MORMMI LINK i'O* AI.U V.SY, TROY AND IN'TEB
me'ttate lauding*, tombing m Thlrtletb atrct. 8
AH.MEMA I area Icuu t!i lo 11 tian l on "trect, Bonda*
Weilnewlar and Friday at 7 V *. Tb.- DAN IK I. DRV"
le?T?'? ,he riiot of Jay :?r<^ t. fu 'a lajr, Thuraday and faaar
day at 7 A. M.
VTOBWIUII LINE?FOR BOSTON. NEW LONDON
11 Norwich and Woi\<aai?r.?Tlie m ?n lid ?teantara CI FT
OF BOSTON and CITY OK NiiW YORK leart arary Ma
(Honda it nice pied 1, *< ? ??clack, f'owr?ei ef Veatre
pier M fcoufc nm, A ?> BAATIB, i?il

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