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Lowoos, August 1, 1803 fbari Entertained M England of 4O14 Object of On Ad-ral VontariptUm?lkt ProbaUtitim tf a War with Suuia Cimrnmd? Hesitation of the Oooernment to Join frame* ? England Aari that Bunion I*rivaleert from American forU Would <9ieesj> Hit Commerce from the Seat ? Htwsia Mot Averse to War? She Heliet Cpvn Her Knt nte Cordial* with America ? The Effect of the Depreciation of Confederate Bond*? Colorado Jewett and the King of Belgium? John Bull Out of Temper, <tc. The English public have been very much excited this week by the announcement which came In tho Niw York ?Hmalu that the American army was to be kept up to the war standard to settle certain knotty questions with Great Britain. While affecting to believe that the IIxiuiji was not "authorized" to make the aunouneoment, the leading journals have discussed the subject with gravity and seriousness. Whether I hoy bolieve the Uikald was authorized by the government or not, they evidently think thore is good reason why they should be called to account as soon mi you have settled your affaire In the Southern .Status. Thoy are thus tluiid and startled at every announcement on the subject. "The thief doth foar each bush au officer." The various probabilities of the eud of the rebellion and a declaration of war agalnat France aod England have boen discussed and canvaased la every form. There Is great hesitation on the part or Lord Palmer aton'g government to Join France In any strong demon stration towards Russia. I learu from high quarters that this hesitation is dictated by the well founded apprehen ?ion that the ocean would soon be covered with Russian vessels fitted out iu the porta of Amerioa. Though Russia has agreed with France and England to abolish privateer ing, there is nothing to prevent giving regular commis sions to ships bin t to the ports of the Uofted States. It ts well known that Russia It not averse to a war with both France and Kugland, and the more so on account of the entente cordiale with the American government, and the probabilitiea or a war between the great re public and the dictatorial Power* of the West of Europe. Napoleon is ready for a war with Russia, particularly as all the German principalities *re on most cordial terms with Frauce, and are as cordial tn their hatred of Russia. There is evidently now far less probability of a collision tban there was a few weeks ago. Should such a oonllict arise, the lesson taught the United States by the demeanor of Great Britain during the rebellion would not be thrown away. You will find in " Wheaton's International Law" that any neutral Power can act its own pleasure towards belligerents in the open ing or closing of seaports for the sale of prizes. Wheaton Bays It is quite competent for any neutral to throw open its ports to both bell Igorents, and that It is oven competent for the neutral to give the privilege to one and not to the oilier, provided there Is any such treaty stipulation en tered into before the war commenced. The commercial and financial classes are In great agita tion on the subject of Confederate bonds. They have de predated nearly twenty per cent in a week ? the fall in aome Instance* being as much as five per cent a day. 1 learn that nearly all the large holders and operators In that i?per bave bocome bankrupt, while a great many Outsiders bave lost Immense sums. Curses, both loud and deep, bave been uttered against the London Timet for its systematic deception regarding this paper. ] do not remember that I ever heard Englishmen express any doubt before as to the Immacslate character of the great iournal of mendacity. Lie or truth seemed to be equally acceptable, and all received as gospel. But now they havo believed in the Tima and met their ruin. Like some other worshippers that we read of, they are now grnatly enraged, and wish to turn round and break their tdols. one fortunate speculator who heard me say that these Southern bonds could not by any possibility be worth oue per cent, "sold for a fall," and made five thousand pounds in five days. Ir you look at the Timet of two days ago you will see the howl of agony that It gives because its readers were disposed to believe Its assertions when It declared the "cotton loan" to be a legitimate and safe Investment. No Journal has ever suffered so much in its credit, and no one ever exhibited its rage more palpably. It has deliberately deceived Its slavish adherents, and now it is reaping the legitimate fruits. It Is a great pity that the loau could not have been for a hundred millions sterling instead of three millions, and then nearly all the leading capitalists of Knrope would have been ruined. I hear or vurious creditors of " the oonrederacy " who aro in greut straits for the money due them, and -they are likely to remain so for some time. 1 Understand Jeff. Iiavis 4 Co. owe Fraaer, Trenholm & Co. over ?300,000, Isaac Campbell k Co. ?360,000, and Thomas 8. Begbie ?270.000. The news br every American steamer Is read with feverish anxiety, nut all geeeoverwhemtngly tbfrlr bopM. We now learn that the good ship George Oris wold, which brought over a cargo of breadatuflk for suffering Lancashire, has been oapt wed by a piratical craft sent out by Lancashire shipbuilders to cruise against the bene factors of their starving operatives. This la political jus 4)06 with ft venfeaDce. You will see that Colorado Jewett has just had an Inter Tlew with the King of Belgium, and urged his ravorlte plea of Intervention. Why did not he bring along hi* friend Greeley, and so have two amateur diplomats In ?teadofonef I'-otb of them would have carried an Irresis tible weight and Influence, Perhaps, looking at the fall are of their fellow laborer*, 11 sears. Roebuck and Llndaay , the preepects of the clown and the philosopher would not bave been exceedingly brilliant. t wish I could give you more cheering aceounta of the temper and f rime of mind of Mr. Boll at the late news from America, but I mgst toll the truth. Per hap* time will bring him ocoaolalloc. SIWIKB R1IORTI. Shurr house, bye, w botches tee oouwty. n| T ? Tbla houae la beautifully (situated, directly on thai ^?ore of Long I aland Sound. Thera la Una bath in r, boating! ? flahlDg and beautiful drlrea In erery direction. Table Drat twemy tire mliaa by Mia A PARKER. Proprietor* Dlaianoe from New York twf mllea by New oea bathimo. long branch ?accommoda jp tlona can be ha 1 at the National Hotel. Parties netting Long Branch are Invited to calL D. P. PETERS, Proprietor The clarendon hotel, lonq branch, n. J.? la now la the full Ude of auooeaa. Ita location la un aurpaaaed; ta only til feet from the beach and near the ter ralnue ofthe railroad^ Boat leaves foot of Murray a treat at f JE NEINSOK, Proprietor. ?PORT1HO. J^RANCia BUTLER. NO. 5 PECK SLIP. HAS ALL THE 1 choioe breeds for sals and atock. Bu tier's Infallible a of a Cure and Viae Ei terminator. SO centa per bottle. Butler's New Work, $1. Dogs boarded, trained, K. Medi cines for all <" FOB SALE? A SCHOONER TACnT. SUITABLE FOR a pilot boat. ? feet In length. 9 feet draught of water. Ml tone t'uatom Houae meaaureinent. well found In aalla, Ae. Apply to A. FINDLA V, 51 Pine street PANCT PIGEONS AND DOOR FOR SALE.? ONE FINE black and tan Tei lier, one Coach Dog and a large lot of fancy Pigeons for aale cheap at M WVat Broadway, eorner Ot Duane atreet, ?TY, by H. JOHNSON. FOR SALE-ALL THE CHOICE BREEDS OP DOOB, Including Bull Terrlera, Esquimaux Do?,b* Poodle Doga; one hanlaoms Setter Dog. thoroughlT broke; Black and Taa Pupa, one email Bull Terrier, not exceeding eight poundet alee four Scotch Terriers, four Black and Tan Terrlera, all of the pure at breed and excellent rat Vera, at No II Rooeerelt atreet first Sour, uatll told. JOHN QRaY. 8ALTERVILLE. N. J.? OREAT BOAT RAOR PROM Dare Pollock'a Yacht Core Hotel, on Wodaeeday, Aug between the Empire and Uncle Dave. WATtrfEB, JEWKLRT, AC. AGENTS WANTED RARE CHANCE POR SOLDIERS AED 50 000 *OK1?TS WAKTRD 75.000 WATCHES, OOLD PBNS AND PENCILS, VEST, OUAKD AND NEC It CHAINS. CHATELAINE CHAINS AND PINS, ENUUaVED BRACBLKTS. engraved SPBINO LOCKBTS, fleal Stone Rloga, California R ng?, Cliaaad Rings. Ma-onlo Rlnga and Pins, Gentlemen's Calliornia Diamond Plna. Call furnla Diamond Ear Dropa, beauUlul Beta of Jewelry, aew 111 lee Studa, Buttons, Ac.. worth Stnn.non, To be sold for nne dollar each, ? Ithout regard to ralue, and mot to be paid for UU you know what yoa are to get In all trenaactloas by mall wa ahall charge for Mac the bnetaeee twenty Bra centa each, which niuat be eacloeed when the reqneet ta made in knnw what ymi ran teen. After kaowtag what you tmn hare, then it will kg at year option to eead II. take the article or not Fire ertlelee oan be ordered for tl, eleven for 51; thirty fur S5i alily-flra for filO, and ooe hundred tc* $1.1 With the information of what you oan have will be eaol a circular giving ftoll laetructloca to agenta and a r ill cato l 'giie of artiolM, aad than it will be at jo lr option to eead ?*nd get the arttolee or not Alao a aotld Silver Shield, or either Army Corpe Pla. with your name, oompaay and regtmeat aagraved upon It. will bo ?<-nt upon the receipt of SL Alee a Iraruj Cr .ee Pla, gold g>>a to. Ad lreeg _ ? . & M. WARD * CO , Bnt A*7S Hew Tori KM Broadway. Tae attention of our iwllW 10 rniHtfuUy invited to the * tvertleaMBl of Messrs S. M Ward A Co. We are per oea ty aeaaalated with the aiiahira of thle Bra. aad eaa % ? rh for (heir reeponelbillty la all btiaineae arreagemeata i h they mar make, ae we ha** a thofouch knowledge of > r mercantile integrity aad their full abftltr to meet all .atlont This noOe>. of rouree. la IhteadM far aueh nf ? " r-adera aa hare no aequalatanee with Mile firm To all ti< taow them no nxwauneadeiioa wlU In neoeeeerj.? Aria; aad Nary OaaeWa, /-lENTEAL tAL iiRPARTBBBT OP THE METBOPOUTA* e s o Mulberry atreet New fork, Augual 13. 1MB? ? Will he renewed at thle n4e for promlaee enltabla vi oe w ipted tr . p-rart y, or fora period not to escaod ona jeer, ae a atatlon hew* f >r the IMtoHlh precinct polio*, wlthia the area brraedad hy Elghtaeal h aa4 Twgaty UiIrd e.re-la aud Hist en J beooad av.nueaCT S 0. HAWIJT, Chief Oor*. JpEPCUrtTE COMNITTKR OFFICE, JULY M, ISM.? j We I "crimmrneiJ'iB Detweeo Jataaloa and the Caitod etatna "f Airerl a ^ The t.o . ra >' and Eieentlee rnmmtite# w(Tl redelr* fr?v . ., ( n|< to th? *1h October neii, fmm partlee wllllag U? aont aet w ith C "? the conreyaaaa, la eteem reaaeto Of a inoetHiv mal betw en th? rtit o? K la thia latond. Md IM rlly or New V"r?. In the I ?< i.-.l Stalea of America, and rice i eree i areuant to the pruttei i' ? o' the acta or thle Maul. .1 V e.'i a. c Iia|t?r u> leom-ne "earn i-oiinminl mi|?i N? fit Hill ? an I aad the Cnltel Rtatea of America J j| Vlcto 'a I ' apter 1 11 ? ??> at In eld nf t?.e arorwal l ti ma an'l ' oadttlong Inolnllog the terlod fnr whi-h .? -.?..ni will he taken wjli he rwaile kn^wr on applet "i'^TIIt KS..N 1 1 A *t K '.?? V II. i. M- In,'.,.. 1, ! ',n. rEltF*iAM '1 ? ? ' ' <?. . . v r ? ?? ?l |?I" ??' ee Teade ? for thla eer fe (?? n> 2. * ? ir ??aa?U aa't eent to W.e Secre ?r; to the Kgatitti.e Co . iu'u ?? ??' J ?^i*;ti?. t??R? i ~ ? _ ar-ar.-.l. A ?OAT LOST. -910 UWAW. rS?TMir wjif A long. whim outalds, red streak, Sash enter eesta. ***** John A. Phillip*. Any person nUn^tU, eal? beat M Mich Ml Quigley. I* Stale sux?i, will recAve lk? l?rt ward. ________ POUN I>? ON YHB 18TH INST. A SUM QT KOMBY, which the owner can bat** by proving proeerty. inV to Patrick Ryan. Tf Trinity plaoe LOST? Al'OI'ST is-$n REWARD AMD MO QUB8 Lloos imbed? a Diamond Cluster Breastpin. Ltt't it a the oQlc? of Longstreot. Bradford A Co., 5*8 Broxliray. T OBT? PAWNBROKERS TAKE NOTICB-ON THE 6TH J J of August, a (old Watch. Koskell maker, Liverpool; BO on Uriels case, has a cap over the key hois, with a euro chain and hook ; also, a Finger Ring, with red (tons and inscrlp t on inside. By leaving thsm with S. Keeping, watchmaker, Hi? Broadway, $&j leward will be paid and no question* asked. IOST?ON HAMILTON AVENUE FERRY BOAT, AT J about 11 to IS o'clock Friday morning, a Pocketbook, containing twslve dollars and aome small change, also two a line* dies. The loser would allow $3 tor their return, as they are not her own, but were sent In heroare: she la a poor girl, ('all or aend to 132 President street, Brooklyn. LOST-AUGUST 20. 1861, IK BROADWAY. BETWEEN Murray and Dunne fetreets. a Hold Chain, wltb seal and a small child's ring, much prized by the owner. A reward will be paid, with thanks to the Under, by returning the same to B. McMeuey, 1j0 Duaue street. L08T? ON SUNDAY EVENINO, AUGUST 9. IN THB neighborhood of Twenty third and Twenty ninth streets and Lexington and fourth avenues a small diamond cruss Pin, with black enamelled tip*. Aa It Is an heirloom, tl.e finder will be liberally re war led by leaving it at A A. Brown's, 185 Greenwich street. LOST-ON THB 218T INST . A BULL AND TERRIER Dug; black spot at the but of the tall, one bl?'k ear, and waighs 21 lbs. Any one returning the same to No. 361 Greenwich street, will receive a liberal reward. Lost? left in a broadway and twentv third street .stage, at about 10 minutes past 7 o cluck last [right, corner Twenty -third mi eel and Eighth avenue. a 1 ox of .Si-gars branded '?Josepblna.'' The finder wlil receive a suitable reward by leaving it at 187 West Twenty fourth st rilHE LADY. LIVING IN CLINTON PLACE, WIIO 1 lost two Silk Dresses, can recover the name by apply Ing to Charles Mutton, Warden of the City Prison, comet of Franklin and Centre streets. -aeffis HKVVAltUS. (Jj-I REWARD -WILL THB KINDER OK A BLACK ?pi 1'arasoL lined with red, st Bsrnutn's. on the alter noon of Au-'iist I H. return the same to Owner, Union n|B >re Post olllce. and receive the above reward, with thanks. dfcC RKWARD.-STRAYED, ON THE EVENINO OF ViJ August IV, a large Newfoundland Hlut. bunk. with sinn 1 whits spots on breast an I end of tadl. Answers to Ihc name of Nell. The above rew ard will be paid on leaving her at 20S West Thirty (ourth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. (J?l A REWARD ? LOST, ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, ?P1.U In a Twentv third street stage, or In T.venty fourth street. lietween Nlmh and Eleventh avenues, a Poeke!l?>ok, containing about $fio In money; also a note for 9104. draw u and endorsed by J. Gossi-r. Payment has been stopped. The above reward will be paid by leaving it at C. H. l>ela inater a, .Itii Went Twenty fourth street. d>l A REWARD. ?P LU Htruved or stolen from No. SI Went Twenty second street, about threeo'clock P. M. on Wednesday llie 19th lust., A SMALL FEMALE ITALI AN GREYHOUND PUPI'Y, about seven or eight month* old It is peifectly white, excepting a black spot on the right ear and lei t side just behind the fore'iusrter; eye* quite black and I ad on when it left or was taken. a leather band trimmed with red. It Is valued as a pet procured lor a little girl. T e above reward Iwlll be paid for the return of the dog. No one can have the puppy through mistake, when iuformed where to return It. Tne poilce will please be on the lookout and rapture this dog wherever found, and return it to Jos. B. Stewart. 64 West Twenty second street. dM A REWARD ? LOST, ON THURSDAY, AUOU8T 20. <PXU in a Twenty third street stage, or in Twenty-fourth street, between Ninth and Eleventh avenues, a Pocketbook, containing about $60 In money; also a note lor 9104. drawn and endorsed by B. GASCHE. Payment has been stopped. The above reward will be paid by leaving ItatC. II. Dela mater's, 364 West Twenty-fourth street. d>OC REWARD.? STOLEN, FROM NO. 6 BOERI'M street, Brooklyn, on Friday, August 14, lH<i:t. a pair of Horses, Harness and Bockaw-ay; said horses are about IS hands 3 Inches In height, both slim, long tails, one of them having a sore breast, aud the other a young colt, about live years old, short neck and chunky build; the rockaway waa old fashioned and six seated. The above reward will e given to any person giving Information of said article* to A. BARRY A CO , No. 6 Boerum street, Brooklyn. fen REWARD. STOLEN, FROM NEW ROCHELLE on Monday evening, August 17, between 8 ana 9 o'clock P. M., a Horse, Wagon and Harness The horse is a bay, with a small white spot on forehead, and spots on baclr from saddle galla. and are a little swelled at present time; mouth on'one side tender, and pulls on one rein : I. as one white hind foot on the leftside;- Is rather Hat looted; tail tbinnlsh at the root and docked, snd carries it down; en the left ham a small white spot; carries Ms ears back, and Is rather narrow between the ears; ears are without curve at tip; will stand without tying; pulls on the check rein, and is a little afraid of hie head, and throws his ears back when say thing is passing him ; about eight years old. The wagou Is a new Bocbellc j agger, ou fuP. springs, painted dark green ? seat has four Irons tohold and stiffen the back; cushion of enamelled leather, very w ide and stuffed with hair, black color. Harness plated mountings; Dutch collir of en amelled leather; round traees and reins, letter R on the blinds; breeching of enamelled leather; harness stamped on collar boxes J. B. Rver. Apply to or address T. A. Reaaldo, New Rochelle. Westchester county, N. Y. REWARD.? LOST. WHILE CROsAnG FROM ?B?JU Jersey City tsrry to Cortlandt street New York, on Thurs<ley evening last, BMh Inst., one gold patent lever Watch and gold Chain, with the nsme at Lucius LucUenbach engraved on the Inside of the watch. The al>ove reward will b* raid and no questions asked by r-turnlnc It to B G Clarke, Merchsnis' Hotel, Cortlandt street, New York. RBWABD-A SILVER CASED WATCH (NO. 2,316), Wm. Anderson. London, maker, full jew elled, marked J. A. O. on the back, with balr chain and gold slide Inscribed Sister vi. A. J., together with a Wallet, con talnlng ahoil $23. were stolen on Wednesday. August 12. from Hoefl's swimming bath, foot of Jackson street, East river. One hundred dot ars will be paid for such in' ortna Uon as shall lead to the discovery and conviotion of the thief or thieves and the recovery or the property, at 16 and 18 Jacob street, New York. $100 Personal.. Adoption.? any family wishing to adopt a healthy female child, two month* old, will please ad drees Adoption, box 227 Herald otD e. Adoption.? a mother would lice to give her child to a good home? a boy three month* old? for adoption. Call at 19 Pearl street. AM. -I WANT TO 8KB YOU. WITHOUT FAIL, TO ? day. Yours, truly. FLORENCB INFORMATION WANTBD-OF THE HEIRS OF HENRY Masshall. deceased, who was bom In Erie. N. Y. Had gray eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, and wn by ocupa lion a clerk at the time of enlisting In the United States Army. Address o. F. Gordon, administrator, West Point. Davis oounty, Kansas. INFORMATION WANTED-OF JOHN HORBMAN, sued sixty five, who left Liverpool by the steamship City of Baltimore, arriving In New York on the 26th of May last. Ills friends In Canada having heard nothing of him since, fears are entertained of hlssafetv. Any Information rela tlvs to him will be liberally tawarded by addreasing Hors msn Brothers, hardware merchants, Ouelph, C. W. INFORMATION WANTED-OF THE WHERE ABO ITS of Joseph, Maria, Annie, and Bllrabeth Dl Ion of Ballv ear, county Galwa*. Ireland, wanted by, their brother Robert Dillon. Address box 3,66s Boston Post office Information wanted-of john h. heinsohn. ss his inrents are leaving for Europe, snd wish to see Im before they depart. M Second avenue Information wanted-of the bxpbkss man. who, on or about the Hrsi of May took from the Worden House, corner of Bowery snd Bavard street, two Trunks and a Singer's Sewing Machine, to be delivered to Adam's Ex 6ress comnsny, marked Mrs. J B. Dickenson. Hartford, onn The trunks were delivered snd the machine was nit on account of Its not being packed Any information r. (anting tbs man, or that will lead to the recovery of ttfe ins ehlue, will be thsnkfnlly received an J liberally rewarded, by nailing at the Worden House. rYORMATION WANTBD-OF JOHN TBoMA-l Boone. Who left his home on Wednesday, the 19th, at II o'clock; had on a white hat. white shirt, s I gin spotted vest black ooat, black pants, blue cotton socks, gaitsr shoes, wore a watch and chain, black balr and hlus eves light onmplei Ion. Any Information of him will he ihsokfully received b> hlswifsand child, at 460 Weal Sixteenth street near Tenth avenue, or at 107 Cherry etreet. MARIA ROOME. X? MISS n. C A.0HER, DAUGHTER OF LEVBRBTT i Asher, steward of bark Eureka, of Boston will call on Captain James Baton. So South street, she will hesr of some thing to her advantage. rB ? AND D Y, WHO LEFT THE A? ? D H? ? ee last Saturday, will send their address to M. W. G , station D. they will hear of something to their advantase. MRS. It A BY A HIOOINS (WIDOW). BROOKLYN - The party who brought a letter from her son In Vlcto rla, V I., wtshee to commuetcate with her before return ing on the next steasser. Address G. G., ffersld ofltos., ISS JOSEPHINE WILSON WILL FIND A LETTkR In the Mew York Poet office. M Mitts EMMA B , LATE OF M N STREET. WILL oblige a friend by eendlng her address to O ? . box A. AM Poet office Vf H. (IBOBGB HARRIS, CONTBACTQR OF BAIL jyi roede. will come to ti Oelanoey afreet to see hie friend Oasey, b> Charlee B? on account of having removed Irons Union Hill. MM.-TOUB FATHER WISHE9 YOU TO BBYUBN . Monday morning, flrst train VTBLLIB? ON THAT SATURDAY NIOHT I CAME ll witk >ou from W. as far as Pklla and witnessed your terrible suffsrlacs, why did you m>Wtell ms all the cause of thenar Mrs. B. and I hare been here at the hot* tor three days to And ant hear fsom yon When ymi railed last Friday why did you not leave word where I enuld eee roef I know a'L Go bank to W. at once and I will provide for you, Send or go at once to ths Post o?lee and get our letters. I leave to night, Hi?l B. to morrow (Tuesday) night NEP. OBNTLBMAN WHO WANTED A Nl'RMB TO AY tend a lady and child on board a vessel, snd sent a note to No. ? York etreet, will please send aa aaswer to No. 1 TorteMnfr WILL ELLA K. ENCLOSE HER ADDBRSS AND CarteidaiYMle to C. P., oars of box 1,841 Post officer fTHB A ter 1LOAES. f ALL AND WITTER STYLES, ?. ?. MT Lli7^ - K. bcablby cloyh cibculabS" in*4w*r Aju J|fATMMr^oor circular^ ,wporl ul 84^u**' ^ ' ^ 2. at retail, la the retail roome, M R*- m i^Vc'i^rpoM swnmrAin, oollars. Wsrraats the handsomest Balshed and best Biting Shirt in Ihsi Ity, TUB LKCTCHE IRASOII, TMPOBTANT LECTI BB-i DM LY FuR HF.NTI hM < N I only, st ihe New York Muse im or Anatomy, 611 B>.?d ws? I'srtt-S nnab'e to attend thess lectures can have them foi sra' led. on r eeli.t of ID cents, by addrserng ee refer; of th? New Y?rk Moots** of Anatomy. niAROlAk, FIOBB OB SEAMAN. Ao . eu reoelv, ___ fro* me. EDWARD BIMBLL, Army Mid Nivy Biokw Md lata pureer U. S. Nary. m'Bro?lwey. ockW Oham bars Hn?l. N. T. A KMT AND MATT BAN KINO HOU8B. J\ Codd>bIm(4 oMoers' aeooaats adjusted ui eaahed Quartermasters', ordnauoe and all other vouoher* nui nln?< JOHN B. MURRAY. At idt tad Bar* BmW K Nassau street. Maw Sort opposite Poat offloe. ALISTOPONB HUNDBBD AND TWENTY TBKtELH for whioh prlia mossy ta being paid at tha Ranking and Collection Offlos of WALDKN * WIJ.LARD, 1ST Tort a treat. Brooklyn. and 64 WaUr atroet, Charleetown. Mas*. ALLOTMENTS ?NAVY ALLOTMENTS AND PAT AO rou n u caahtftl and advanced on at taa Rankin* and Ooi< lection oBcea of WALDEN A WILLABD, 187 York bLi ?flt. Brooklyn, ami 64 Water atroet, Oharlestown, Maaa. Aobntlbman wantbd to loan thb sum op tliiO. Good secarity given, If required. Addroaa Lord, boi 6,230 Poat otlce. ABBT AND NATT SPECIALTY. ? LKGAL BIOHTS aiulalned and aecurod. and Just claims collected and cashed, bv K B. W EST H ROOK, Attorney and Oounaellor at Law 193 Broadway. BnUanoe on Dey atroet. CBBTIFIOATRS OP INDERTKDNES8 BOUGH r AND SOLD BT DBBXKL. WIN7HBOP A 00, *0 Wall atroet INSCIIANCB SCRIP. -W/LLIAM 0. OILMAN, 48 PINB rtreot, oorner or William, bura and aella Inauranoo Scrip Kentucky central bailroad oompant, orn oral office. Covington, Kentucky. Auguat IS, 1861? Notloe la hereby given to the holders W the uueitended paat due Oral Mortgage Boada of Covlnitton and Lexington Rail road Company to present (lie umn at the Bank of America. New York city, on or ho lore the Hrat day of September. 1*63, for payment, a* no Interest will be paid thereon after that W. KKN8T. Treaaurer. VrOTICE.-BOOKS OP SUBSCRIPTION POB THB .IT capital Block of a National Bank of flye million* (with privilege to IncreaM aame to fifty million*) to be located in the city of New Tork, will be opened on Tuesday. the 18th Inst.. at the once of Lflona~d w. Jerome, No 46 Bichanse place, and rontlnne open fifteen day* un'eaa the capital atock la sooner atibacrihed. Ten per cent to be paid on sub scribing. InVaae more than Are milllonaare aubacrlbed, tha undersigned will award the atock when the book* are oloaed. KRRRMAN CLARKE, PAUL 8. FORBRSL BENJAMIN H. HtrTTON, Commissioners. KLISn A RIOOS. LEONARD W. JBROMR, Dated Auguat [6, 1861 CYFFICE OP THB PACIPIO MAIL STBAMSHIP COM / pany, New Tork, Auguat II. 1883. Notloe i* hereby siren that the Board of Dlraetor* hara this day declared a dividend of fire per cent on the capital Block, out of the net earning* of the laat three month*, pay able free of United State* tai to the etockholder*. at the ollice of the company, on and after Thtiraday, the 20th inat. The transfer book* will close on the 13th and reopen on the 24th Inst. By order of the Board. K. W. (1. BELLOWS, Secretary pro tern. OFFICE OF THB BOMB, WATERTOWN AND OO deuaburg Railroad Company, Watertown, Auguat 15, 1863.? Book of subscription to the increaacd atock of thl* Company will be opened on the 20tb instant, at the People'* Bunk, New York, and will remain open for thirty day*. Term* and conditions of aubaorlptlon mar be ascertained at tliH People's Bank, of the Hon. H. Alexander Jr., Spring field, Mass.. and at thla office. The present itockholdera will have the preference In the distribution of the stock, ao far an the aame may be subscribed by them. R. B. HUNOERFOBD, Treasurer. OFFICE CHICAGO AND NOBTHWESTBRN RAILWAT Company. No. 8 Wail street. New Tork. August 21, 1863.? Holders of the Second mortgage bonds of this compa ny, In pursuance of a resolution adopted by bondholders of this company, at a meeting held July 3(1, 1863, are hereby no tified that on and after Monday, August 24. they can, on sur render of their bond* at this office, reeelve Certificates for S1.J00 In the preferred (even tier cent stock ot this oom pany, secured by mortgage on ita railroad, for each of aald bond*, and the coupon* laaued therewith. JAMBS B. YOUNG, Secretary. PRIZE MONET DUB DISCHARGED NATT OFFICERS and seamen can be obtained by app rlng to JOHN B. MURRAY, Army and Nayy Banked. 39 Naaiau itreet, cor ner of Liberty street, opposite the Pott office. QOUTHERN BANK NOTES. SOUTHERN STATB k3 Bonds and Southern Securities of every description wanted at tbe highest rates by W. B. SCRAJfTON, M Bea rer street. TO MEW YORK OITT MERCHANTS.? CORRESPOND ?nee Invited concerning hope lest Claims tn Illinois. New York city reference* given. E. H. ROOD. Bloomi kotow, 111.. Auguat 1, >868. The fibst mortoaoe bondholders or the Cincinnati. Wilmington and Zaueaviile Railroad Com ^my will please depoalt their bonda In the band* of Charlea oran, 10 Wall street. to be uied In tbe purchase of the road. Maw Tou, Jaljr 17, ISO. TO CAPITALISTS. Wanted? Capital to complete twenty mile*, already graded, bridged and ready for (he superstructure, at the eastern terminus 1* tbe Boot Blver valley and Southern NioneiotA Rftilrotd. Tills road, 179 miles In length, rune through the best and most fertile portion of the Bute of Minnesota, and a land grant of 1,840 acrea per mile Is seeured to the company by act of Congress, a large and valuable portion of which will come at once tils market on t e completion of the above twenty miles. Theee lands are readily taken up at from (10 to $lf per acre, and it is believed that, independent of the. Met ef the line, this twenty mles (from La Crosse, Wis., to Houston City, Minn.) would be Immediately remunerative. Special Inducements are offered for this Investment. Maps, plans and further Information will be given on appli cation to C. W. THOMPSON A T. B. STODDARD. Commis sioners, at the oOloe of P. M. Myers A C(* Re. ? Broad street. rpo CAPITALISTS. -A WORKING _ MAN, HAVING _ made a meet useful Invention, would like to meet with a person who would assist him In bringing itcnt. Mot# and information by addressing H., boi 184 Herald offloe. UNITED STATES MATT. PRIZE MONET OFFICB. Seamen, nlease bring your dischargee. TBOB. L. BBATNARD, 81 Wall street. Hew York. _i . 5 TO %% CENTS PBB POUND PAID. CASH, POB OLD Books, Newspapers and Pamphlets by F. B. WALKBB, 22 Spruce street. effnn wanted-? rone yMab, upon a CHAT VtJUU Ml mortgage, of over twioestbe amount; two per cent a month will be paid. Address "Secure," Herald onto. ?on nnn *<> loah- roSL DAT* ?* VaUiUuU chandlse or other securities, at seven per oent per annum. No oommlsstoas. Addrsss H. L. K-, bog 4, *05 Post office ~ Bkwofotm MOTICKB. T\IVINE SERVICE FOB ISBAELlTES.-IN COMPLI J J anre with the request of many friends, to organise for tbe oomlng solemn festivals in the tipper part of the city a public service, as required by the wants of true devotion, to gether with sormons.4 would respectfully announce to my eo- religionists that such service will be neld In the-epedoua and eminently suitable* hall at Ne. M West Thirty fourth street, between Broadway and Seventh avenue. The princi pal portions of our ritual will be read by Rev. A Sl berberg. of Zons, near Cologne, a gentleman of eminent musical edu cation All those who dntlre to attend the above divine ser vice, or wish to obutn further Information, will pleaee apply at my houss. No. 148 West Thirty-all lb street or at my of. floe, ro.MII Nassau street, from 12 M to S P. M.. and every Sunday In the above hall, from 2 to 4 P. M. Dr. JONAS BONPI. Memorial chubch, hammond street, cornbb ot Warerley place ? The Bev. Samuel Maiwell. Jr., rector of St. Paul's church Akron. Ohio, will preach to morrow (Sunday) evening Services at luW and 7K o'clock. Kree seats. SPIRITUAL MEBT1NQ OF TUB CONOREOATION OF tbe New Dispensation every Sunday, at Hall 964 Broadwav. corner of Tweuty tblrd street, at 1 OW! o'clock A. M and S and 7tt P. M. Alternonn Conference, as formerly, held at Dod worth HalL Collection takes up tn defray ex panses. Circle on Wedneeday evening, at same place. ST. ANN S WIUROH. KIQHTBENTH STRRBT. NEAB Fifth avenue.? Services to-morrew at I0>f 3U and 8 o'c ock. the ^fiernoon being for deaf mules. Beau free. COHPOHATIOS NOTICES. OFFICE OK STREET COMMISSIONER, NO. 187 BROADWAY.? TO CONTRACTORS ? Proj oaala enclosed In a sealed envelei?. eodormd with a title of the work, sad with the name of the b ddw writun theieon will be reorlved at Ibis offlee until Monday. August X4. at U o'clock A. M., For a?lng w st side Leilagton avenue, between For tieth and Forty first streets, and on north side of Fortieth street between Leilagton nod Fourth aeenuea. For fencing v acant lota In With srsnus from Fiftieth te Fiftv-tirst etreet: also on Fiftieth street, from Fifth avenue to Broadway. For regulating, grading, setting curb nod gutter and rag tin* in One Uaa.lrrd and Twelfth etreet, between Second and Third avenues Rallding house for use of Engine Company No. 2. Building hou?e for ues of Beee Company No. 41 ^Building bouse for use of Hook and Ladder Company No. New Are a>ann bell Mr the Jeffereon market bell tower. New fire si arm ball for the Macdontal stmt bell lower. Blank forms of prooosala. together with the speciflcattoes and agreements. ran be obulned at this office. Dated Street Department, New York. August II. IMS. CBABLKS O. COBNKLL. Street Cots mlsdewar. iFFlCB OF BTBBBT COMM1SBIONBB, NO. M ' BreadwM To Contractors ?Proposals sncloeed In a sealed ladoreed with tbe title of the work, and with the To Coniraotora ? lladoreed with the tlUe it lie work, and wllti the name all Ithe bidder wrltua thereon, will be received at thieeftsel 'until Wednesday. B'ntember 2. 1MB, at II o clock A. M , fori building a housy, US Leonard street, for the uss of Bngtne Company No. 21 Blank forms of pmcosals, together with the spedflselloBS ?nd aipemenlLU be obtained at this effiea. Dated Street V?rk. A unci llMtBH CHAR O. COBNBLL, Btrset PROPOSALS FOB CONSTBUCTIBO A BBIOK TUB net undnr Lake Mtsklpsa, two miles long, for the c4^ of Chlcaga. day. Heptem Board wtllg Omen or twt Boaaa or Pvsuc Wnsss. | will be rooslvad alibis office Ull Wednee ^^Htomber ?. at 11 o'cl mk A. M? at which tlsse tbe VHWnn open the same, for doing all the wort as 0 far nlshlng ail tae ?atartass reqeieod Use the ooastn ration ?T a brick Utnael. tve feet dear diasseter. and attending fm The nay* wSh prefev to let ih. satire wort to om efn tractor ur*ssspasqr. W will resstysse paiate prepeSfW the tunnel proper aad land shaft for tbe arotootlM snaa, and for the cnet Iran syl laden for laks shafts^M ' Tbe Board reeerree the right te relert any or all Mfe aad to secy i any pas bid cowpiytng with ths oondltiows ef UM Ai sismls mast he dlreedsd to the Board of PnbUe Werta, and endorsed ' Proposals for Uike Tannd." ? isfactoey sscnrltr for tbe faithfal performan'W af tbe will be required of tbe pa. lies wh<U. si is may be sa t. ^ f?. OJHOKI*. FRED." "lBtC ? _ F 0. BRKKMAIt, Board of Politic Worka. Thf. board of oooboilmrn wh.i. hold a bp* OUI meetlag - AMMIIW AMP BACK BOOM TO LBT-AT A . *? ?'?soet ?7 ?a4 9t buMneW. pod looadoa. TMartak Until, UW CwT and opa(M<? Oread MM. Ban be mm at u, hour. Iho MOW Akuknikheo boabdino uoubb TO BENT? Below Tweatrtklrd street. <Bad ataVSry tow rant-?S?r ?ml boarder* bow In lk? house; part of the rant lakes In uTuiuTn0."'^! 10 * prtTkStMUir. am*- J. p.. AQOOD STAND FOR BU8INE8&? ' TO LET, OK THB beat pari of Broadway, Wo. ML between Elorenlk and Twelfth street*, one floor, HiN, laid out la tour room*; pos session immediately. Inquire la Ike store. i SMALL, QUIET FAMILY MAT OBTAIN A TRIED J\. Floor for 111, or Fourth Floor for $10 uiontk'y, In tba house of au Amorloan family ; eaok floor has four room*, gae future* and water. Apply at No. 7 Weot Forty-flrM atreet. near Suth avenue. FACTORT 46 LEONARD STREET TO LET AND MA cntnery for sale.? The building la 26 ft. by M ft. three stories high. with window* rear, front and on tke aide; In the building there la a aleam engine, eight inoh cyllndeipMid two feet atroke. with pump, shafting, puller*, bafts aadwno of N. P. Otia A Bro '? patent elevators, all In conpiete In uln j order. The whole to be aold at a fair pr'oe. The ad joining building can be had If desired. Apply at Ike offioo. 47 Leonard atreet. FURNISHED II0U8B IN WEST TWENTIETH STREBT (o let.? Location pleasant; furniture guod. The owner, with hi* wife and two children, dealre to board la U>e house, and will pay liberally. Apply to T. J. MoKBB, No. W Wall street. Fifth avenue and central park.? house to let. between Blghly-stauh and El b/.y seventh streets. In which are two parlors, leu rooms, a dining room, two kitchens, wash house, chandeliers, ansfti'ures, aiaMe, car riage room, garden, grapes and other fruits. Oall on the premises. STBAM POWER TO LET. -THB WHOLE OR PARTS or Floor* In building Noa. Ill, 114. 118 and US West Twenty-aeventh street to let, with power. The build ing i* well lighted and vent laied, and adapted to any buM ness. Inquire oa the premises. TO LET-RENT $**> TO MAT NEXT? TW EBB STORY frame House, filled In with Drtofc, containing the modern improvements, 100 Eighty fifth street, between Third sad Fourth avenues Location healthy and near the Cenirai Park. Possession Immediately. App'y to 8. THOMSON, agent, corner Third avenue and Eighty-third street, from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. TO LET? TH E FIVE STORY BUILDINO NO. 8# LIB erly slr< et, aud Offices in Noa. 14 and 28 Maiden lane. Apply to URIAH J. SMITH, 18 Uberl&atrcet. ri LET-PART OF A NEW HOUSE. MO WEST FORTY third sli eat; has all the modern improvements To a email family, real low. Poeseulon immediately. Inquire of J. W. LYON, 43 Ana streot or 35 Park street mo LET-FLOORS AND STEAM POWER, CORNER OF X Bleeeker and Hammond streets. rLKT-AT WEST HOBOKRN. A SMALL NEAT AND well situated house, having suitable accommodation lor a respectable family; root $14 per month. Apply to WM. SINCLAIRE, Pallaade avenue. Iloboken. rLET-A COTTAGE HOUSE. WITH THREE LOTS oi ground, on Hopper lane, between Fifty so ond and Fifty-third streets, west of Eleventh avenue, near the river; hotiae shaded with trees; Croton water, gas and Ulturea. Tenth avenue ear* from the Battery and Ninth avenue cars from Barclay ktreet. Rent from thia lime to Mav I, 1^61 al the rate of $.76 a year Inquire of KRASTUS LYMAN, Knickerbocker Life Insurauce Company, 161 Broadway. TO LET? FBBNISIIED ROOMS, SINGLE AND IN suits, in brown stone house 33 Bowery j ; very desirable for warm weather. Also the same to let at 0l4X Broadway, aear Houaton street, opposite Matllard'a. Inquire on tbe promises, up stair a. TO LET-ON THE HUDSON RIVER. FROM THE 1ST of October to the 1st of May. an elegantly furnished Residence, replete with all conveniences, gss, water. Ac., and half an hour by rail from Thirtieth street. Address P. M., Herald otlloe. r LET? THE SECOND STOBY OF NO. 402 FOURTH avenue, with all modcra Improvements; water, gas. sta tionary traya, stone front house. Apply on the premlaes; rent $20. Also Eighth avenuea (tore and Dwellin ?? third do r north of Fifty-fourth atreet. Apply ou the premieea. TO LET-THE BASEMENT. STOREl ROOMS, CEL lar and Vault of Nos. an and 81 Ridge street. Also, the Store, Baok Room and Basement of No. 101 Pitt street, and amMl Stores and Rooma in Rlvington street, opposite the Ward 8?ho?l. Also, the Store and Basement Bakery, No. ?>2 Rlvington street. Inquire at 266 Grand street, or of JOHN WEIL, 101 Pitt atreet. TO LET-THE BA8BMENT FLOOR AND PARLOR floor of a very genteel bouse, situated at 240 West Thir teenth street, containing four rooms and closets, gas and Croton water. Rent $lfl .per month. Apply to ROB BRIT USHER, Jr., 151 West Thirty . fourth street. TO LET-THE SUPERIOR BROWN STONE ENOLIHH haaement Ho ik 213 Weet Thirtrfourth atreet. Una firirate atalra, auperb parlera, and 20 room a. with all m >dern mprorementa. Apply to ROBERT USHER, Jr., li.' Weat Thirty fourth atreet. r LET? FROM 13T OF SEPTEMBER, THE SECOND floor of the line marble building. No. 108 Fulton atreet ; haaan cm ranee alaoon DntcH atrert For part Iculara Inquire of BAY WOLDS, DBVOE A PRATT. r LET?A PLEASANT AND COMMODIOUS POUR Story Brick Houee, 73 Heury atreet, Brooklyn, to a quiet family, without bora; board taken ror the rent, aod the privilege glren of taking a few other coardere. All or a part of the furniture canfbe purchaaed. if deaired. mo LET VERT LOW? THE THRKE s/ORY BASE X meat and aub-oellar brie* Houae 907 Degraw. with modern Improvemente Houae Oral claaa. AptAy to H. STEVENSON, 218 Court atreet. rLET OR LEASE-THE LAROE AND SUBSTAN tlal Store No. SO North William atreet. running through to old William atreet. Apply lo R. HOE 4 CO , SI Gold at mo LEASE OR FOR SALE-STORE, DWELLING AMD 1 brick Stable; good atand for grooeriea. Uquora and feed, or apotfceoary atore. For partleulara inqui re on the premiaea, uorthwaat corner of Atlantic ~aad Bond atreeta, Brooklyn. B. WARD TO GROCERS.? TO LET, THE STORE AND CELLAR tU Weet Houaton atreet; will be let low to a good tenant. Inquire of J. REYSELE, M Weat Honaton atreet, or at 38 King atreet. rpwo BUSINESS ROOMS TO LET-BEST LOCATION 1 and aarroundlnga in the city. Apply to S. A. HONEY WELL, 923 Broad why. corner of Twaotyflrat atreet 1NBTRUCTIOM8' ALL DAY AND BVINBtq^ BOOEEBEPIMO, WYIUNO Arithmetic, kr., art taught. The great and lncreaain| pa trod aft beatowed upon Palne'a Mercantile Collegea, #2 Bowery, New York, aad 183 FuUon atreet, Brookljm. in ducee him to remain at hla poet during the uaual lumAt ra cation . SORT WASHINGTON FRENCH INSTITUTE. 170TH atreet and Elogebrldge road.? French le the language of echool. Spanlah, German, Engllah branchea cotnm^ clal gtudteg, caaaloe, engineering courae Reoprna Septem ber7. Clrculara St Cedar atreet and 913 Broadway. LESPINASSE A ESTEVET. Prlaclpala Languages -German, french. spanish and Latin taught a cording to a new and eaay me<ho.1 In * BAIN, formerly profeeaor of modern language* at Quean a College. London Bngllah leeeona lo forelgnera. Applp at M Fourth atreet PROFESSOR ISIDORE GAYEAUD. INTENDING TO make New York city hla future realdenoe. would will Inglj teach the French anguage to a few poplla in their re apective home*. He haa been a echool teaaher In France aod la perfectly familiar with all the bran< bee of a thorough French education. No objection to tea< h In a echool or aca demy. Beat of referenoe rurnlehed If required. Addreaa 43 Eaat Twentieth atreet S^TAMFORD. CONN.-MIrtS TUCKER RECEIVFS twenty young ladlea to eduoate, aaaiated by German and French realdeat Ooremeaeea aod by eminent Profe* nfrom New York. Rafereaoee? Rt. R?? John Williama, .. Aaaletant Blahop of Connecticut. Mtddletown Coon and the Rot. W Mitchell, rector. Stamford. Conn. For par Uculara, Ac., apply to the Principal. Spanish languaoe-a native Spaniard is prepared to give leeeone either In claaaaa or pnraielf. Good reference glren. Adilray V. R , bog I Sit Peat office. TXTANTED-BY A TO UNO FEENCH LADT. A SITU A TV lion aa goeeqieaa to young children, or aa comnemoa lo a lady; underalanda cutting and fitting cklldren'a clothe*, no objection to the country ; beat of referem ee given Ad dreaa 0. M L, atatlon D, Bible Houae Wf ANTED? ON THE FIRST OF OCTOBBB. A SITUA VT tloa aa rlaltlng gorerneaa, by a lady who haa had thr year*' egperlence ai " " at the South. Add dty, for oae week. YOUTHS' HOMB BOARDING SCHOOL ON A FARM, near Haekenaack. N. J.? Aceeaaibla by railroad fram foot of Chamber* atreet N. T. Term a, |IHII*|l?i per year For circular* addreaa principal. A. B WIN ANT ?< year*' egperlence aa a teacher of Preach. mmlc aad Eoclia . at the 8outh. Addreaa Oecupatlon, atatlon I. New fork Ayl 1 PAYS BOARD ANB TUITION IN COMMOV Ivt | Bagllah fourteen wreka at Hud?on Rlrar Inat tuie. Claveraefc, Columbia county, N. T. Stiteea experienced laatruetore la the Bagllet, Normal. Claaaloal (a claaa of gig teen saw pre paid ag to enter Tale in ISN) French. Muat at. Scientific, Palatlng, Mllilanr aad Ceramercial depart menu (both aaiaa). Jem for y-Utojae. MATRIMOMIAL. Am UOT. OP VERY GOOD EDUCATION, DMIRES to lorm the aequalnlaloee of a wealthy gentleman, be tween forty aad fifty jeer* old. with a ?i<fw to aaatflmony. ror fall particular*, addreaa with real name, Barald oBoe, atatlag eJCara aa laterrlew may be had. 0 M. Free. A OENTLBMAN M TBABS OP AOI. COMSIDBBED iV by hla friend* goad looking, aad enjoying a fair ehare of thla wortd'a geoda, whaee home la la tha 'Sunny loath.*' aad intending. after "thla cruel war la er*r," to reetde thai a. wiahaa to corraapaad with a young lady with a new to matrimony^ ^ Addryewtoeln^aarto da rlaka. Heary A. jt/ATRIMONT MADE EAST, WITH INSTRUCTIONS M far ooartlag, In order to w1a the aTeetloaa of tha oppo *te ml A book of lateoee lnlareet lo both married aad ?& -MS' TZ M. B? Boaka. Oarda. Prima, SutrMaaavtaVlawaTia. Oat. atojpiaa eaat aa receipt of atamp. AMU^ONIAL^WEIHPEM~~TO~~A BRIM OON lalaa Inform attoa af the ntmoat Imponaa aa te lha RiH JahTtr ?mil*7. l aSVea ?aai A VERT DESIRABLE FARM, OB COUNTRY BBS1 !\ daw* for aaia, affl aeree, in New Janey. two mllea frnm the Sonlh Oreng<- depot of the M <rrta and Baeeg Rail road. Prloe M.0S>. oa# HaJf ean remain oa bond aad aefl ?*ae K dealr*.! Far fell MUlcitUwa nail oa er aairMalM BOl'ECT B?v5>>K?T, Oraagg p. J. A SPLENDID GARDEN PABN OP WO A0BB8. PRU1T Jt\ ud boUulaga. six miles from J MM? City Tar |U,iNu. Other Firms, ntirp rices, sizes and ImUoiil for sale or trade. W. H. MBLIOK, 407 Broadway. A FARM FOR SALE -CONSISTING OF ONE HUM dred aerea. situated In tleratoga county, eight milee from Saratoga Springs. Dluk road Ml (be way; oo the pre mises ?re A substantial, old faefclonad houM, good large but, carriage houM. oora bouse and other outdoor buildings ue ceesary oo a farm, with about 16 Aorea of woodland, and II a a Orchard of young fruit tree*, the whole under a good state of oulUrailoo ; actuation unsurpassed , the crops will abow the oapncity of the farm to proauoe. Fries. 91,100 Inquire of DAMIKL A LIJSN , cooerof Congress and Railroad etreat, ftonuwa, or of HBNRY J. SMITH, corner of Tenth avenue and Forty tecoad street, New Tort. AHODBK AND LOT WANTBD-IM THIS OITT (mluc from $J,OOiJ to 96 000). for which oaah will be paid; lr near ferry, Brooklyn, or Jersey City, would do. wTja. MB LI OK, 407 Broadway. Brown stone house mo. i? sboond plaob, Brooklyn, for sale ? la three atory baaement and under oellargahaa range, furnace, gas fixtures, bath room, marble baalna, Ac . halls frencoed, house In complete order. I'rioe " "O- 14.60 > on mortgage 1 1 desired. Apply 10 B. R. KEL O.1S0 Pearl street, N.Y. _ _ BBIiOW its valub.? will bb sold at ONCE. TO olos* an ealate. about 55 Lota In Audubon Park, Wash ington Heights, 167th street and Hudson river; commodious double house. gas, wa er, piazzas, and all conveniences, stable and garden. Apply to B. W. TALMAM, CouUneutal Bill, r^OUATNT PLACE FOB SALE? AT GBOTON FALLS. V, one-quarter of a mile from railway elation, on the road to Lake Mahopao, containing 36 aorea of eioeleat Land? M acres under cultivation, 12 acres of woodland. This is a One old place, large house to good order (ghoul 30 rooms), good outbuildings, good water, garden, fruit, shade, shrubbery. Ac, residence of the late Thomas K. Lee. Bag., ri reinsert Thin place Is admirably laoated, and adapted for a private resldenoe or large bearding nouae. Offered for aa'abr order of the executor*. Apply to HOMBB MORGAN. No.V Pine street. COUNTRY 8BAT AMD VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.? Any person deal ring one of the most dflll^tfu 1 situa tions in Westchester county, commanding a view of Long Inland Hound as far a* tbe eye oan reach, may learn parti aulars by addressing the subscriber. The buildings are ex tensive and oomiiiodiotis, and the place abounds with truit of all kinds For hesithfuluess and beauty of location It is unsurpassed Terms easy. Addrees Morrison, hoc 2,908 Post ollice, N. Y. (COUNTRY HEAT AND SPLENDID FARM ?ABOUT 38 J seres, st Irviugtoo. M. J., for sale. Good improvements, excellent neighborhood and splendid location, with hourly access by railroad; also a very desirable country place of six acres For particulars address Country Seat, box 1,(67 Past office, N. Y. FARM FOR SALE? CONTA1NINO 184 ACRES. 2X miles west of the village of Newburg. New, large and commodious building*, choice fruit, au abundance of good water ; location healthy. Apoly te GEORGE CLABK( Newburg. N.JT. OR 8ALE-A SMALL FARM. ON STATE N ISLAND, _ of thirty acres, with a comfortable bouse of seven rooms, new l y papered and painted; alao a barn, plenty of frul?, and the beat ot water. It lays on the line of railroad between two stations, five minutes' walk from one and ten from tlie other; one hour from New fork; ten trains daily. Price $180 per acre. To see the place apply to N. ORB A CO.. 52 John street. No agents treed apply. For sale- furnished or unfurnished, one of (hone neat two story hlgli basement brick Houses on tbe north bide of Seventy eighth street, between Third and Fourth avenues; terms easy. For particulars address A. B. C.. box 114 HerAld office. F F OR SALE-A FARM OF ABOUT 42 ACRES, 8ITUA _ led In Clarkstown, Rockland county. New York. Bulld ogs cood. nieuiy of fruit. Ac. For particulars Inquire of S. MEKRITT, 149 Eighth avenue For sale-valuable farm leasb, together with Crops, Stock and Farming toenails, wltliln IX mile of the post office at Palerson, N. J., contalniug 10 acres. For particulars address box 16. Paterson, S. J. Fob s a lb-ob would exchange fob a well cultivated farm of 40 acres, near tbe water and lu a healthy location, a neatly finished and furnished brown stone House, three story, basement and under cellar, with all m dern improvements, range furnace, and many little additional conveniences, (lenteel neighborhood, near two ear routes; lot 22x131. Part of tlielpurchsse money ean re main on boud and mortgage. Furniture, new and made to order, will be sold for cash, separately If desired. To per *ons commenclnc housekeeping this Is a rare opportunity; It Is in perfect order tor Immediate possession. Apply on the premises, or address A. Campbell, Park place, first house east of Flatbush avenue. Brooklyn. If. Y. For salb-by thb acre, if dbsibed, five acres at 9100 per acre, and ten acre* at 9200 per acre, half an hour s walk from New York. Apply to F. GER HARD. 81 Nassau street, room Mo. 8. (iVOR- SALE-A GREAT bargain and oood in. r vestment? A tract of Woodland on Gunpowder river. In Maryland, which will cut from ten to forty cords of wood Kacn; one mile from a good landing and two miles from iilroad depot. It is twenty mile* from Baltimore by rail road and thirty -1>y water, there Is alao a large quantity of oheatnnt timber, wbleh can be sold onjhe spot for railroad sleepers now lo great demand; also hickory, white oak and nine Cord pine wood Is worth six dollars per cord in Bal timore. The place alao abounds In su potior Iron ore, tr? banks having been worked with success. One worked suc reaafnlty now would mora than pay for the place. All the ore can be sold on the spot. The qualltv of the land Is good for farming purposes, there being now a smaU farm on It, with liouae, Ac Price 91* per acre. To an active man this presents a due opportunity for making money. Address Howen A Mercer. Baltimore, Md. POR 8 ALE.? AT A GREAT BABOAIN, A FIRST CLASS Brou n Stone House, fuur stories, basement and under oellar. with all modern Improvements, black walnut stairs, marble halts, safes. Ac., located on tha north aide of Thirty - fourth street, near Lexington avenue. Murray Hill. Prion. 911,000. Apply to A. KENNEDY, builder ana appraiser or real estate, office No. 126 East Thirty -Bub street, near Third avenue. For salb-in jbrbey city, the pbopibtt situated on the corner of Grave street and Pavonla ave nue. This elegant and commodious double House, furnished with gas hot and cold water, bath, Ac., eootalos eighteen spacious rooms, twelve pantrlee. Ac., with one of the best ananged conservatories In the 8tate, alao a tiret rate briek stable and carr sge bouse. The above premises occupy four full lots of ground. tastily laid nut. with choice fruit trees, ^vlaes, shrubbery, Ao This house was built without 1 to cost, by dav's work. The location Is unsurpassed lu poiat of view, Je . with an observatory oo top overlooking tlie bay and harboi of Mew York and surrounding country. In such a residence, within fifteen minutes of City Hall, New York, one may enjoy all tha*exeftements of a city life with the endearments of a country heme The grsatrr por tion of the purchase money may remain oo bond and mort gage Apply on thajremises, or to C. H. A.. t!2 Greenwich strset New Yorfc, fpOR SALE? AT HABLEM. IN 1MH 8TBRBT. BE r tween Fifth and 8Mi avenuaa a neat two story and attic House, taquire at 609 Broadway, room Ho 9. after 9 o'clock A. M. IfOR SALE-VILLA SITBJ ON THE SEA SHORE. south side Ststsn Island, one of 10. oae of 8. and one of t acres. 7 If miles from Vanderbtlt land ng. a fsw minutes' walk from the Eltlngvllle Railroad depot andwtthln an hour of New Tork~. on an adjo nine lot a ottage will be built this neaaon. Also a farm of ft seres, froullng oo tUe bar. Apply to A JOl'RNEAY. N? 9 Pine street. For sale-five hundred full city lots in tbe easterly portion of Morth Nep York Westchester ?>unty, 'leglunitu sbout one mils beyond Harlem Bridge; location perfectly heatthv and the communications with the city? 1st, per Harlem Railroad to Motthaven. 2d, per steam boat line betweeo Harlem and Peek slip stopping at Tooth street, and, 3d. by 'he Second and Third avenae city oars, pinning .lay and night. For persons doing business In tha city nolooa Ity In tbe vloinhy of New York offers su h ad vantages, an l as tbe terms and conditions of sale win be very .K?ommeda lng, s !iome ran be *e< ired by a moderate outlay oi mpoey where pr perty must rise In value even fear. For maps and further information apoly to WILLIAM '. HEIN8 .'INsssa street. New York, room 2. 17tOB SALE? IM WEST FORTY SIXTM STREET, NBAB JT Fifth sreaue. a well butit four story brown stone House la fine orler Immediate possession ean be had Apply jo B.H LUDLOW A CO_ EOI SALB? THRSB FINB LOTS ON FIBBT PLACE and three oo Second place Brooklyn; alao several 'Lots ?I v situated at Elizabeth, New Jersey, withla three mi nutes' walk of depot, oppoeite a park, will t?e sold on very favombte unaa E Y. EBLLOOO. 139 Pearl St., M. Y. tnOB RALE CHIAP-A PLOT OF GROUND ON THB A Mespeth plank road. t)i ml lee from the ferry. In quire at SKI Broome street, corner of Broome st reel and Oeatre Market place. New Tort FOB SALB CHEAP.? THE FIB9T CLASS THBBB Storv Brown Stone House No 128 We?t Thirty-ninth street has all modern Improvements, lot 21 by I On Prtoe ' 9M00 Apply to CYBU9 IT PRICK, lu Faurth street FOB SALB OB EXCHAMOB-A NICB COUNTRY House, nottsge style, containing II rooms, range, hath, spring and cistern water la the house, with from two to sit aerea ef land, situated la Weetcheeter county, about oae mile aoutheaat of the Fordham depot Apply to A. FIND LAY, 31 Pine street rB SALB OB EXCHAN<IB-A COUMTBY SEAT, IM the town ef New Roc.be lie Weetcheeter oounty, com prising from 10 lo 12 acres, within t ntlaulaa w?lk ef depot. Tbe dweUlag and onthulldlags are la lae order, the grounds bsaaUfiiHy laid out. jvlth greenhouse and a fiae ae eortment ef do wen SAMUEL P. AYBBl on the premlaaa. at Mew BesheHe." B SALB OB BXCHANGB? FOB LIQCOR8, HER Oban diss, furniture, or aay other aaod peroneal pro perty, an excellent Farm, containing 130 acres, near South Am&ee, New Jerssy Apply to SOLTHWICK A WOOD, 19 Pine street rn SALB OB BXCHANOB FOB CITY LOT* OB property near the dty, two cow Star**, DUO, with ? In Bead* Mreet, well loaated for whitimli bustaoea aroi Pearl street, aoor Mew O bass bore. CVIB IALB OB TO LBASB^THB PLOT OF O BOUND eel fast order, and brtoks enough to rebuild a notary. A good trater front sad dock, aad easy of Bosses from ihesliy by sortment ef flowers snd fni'ln Term* mar. A paly to SAMUBL P. ATBBS. 174 Blvtngton sTreeTViwVSrt , 5? F?! ^^HMoovoriag aa Ottawa* Afteea aaraa, are bean ? In undulating s>**i do of ma? saseBist vn. tbe beet rspird to what ooastltutee the i.lea of To those who 9iHn a atce eauutry house, |le surroundings, >_?e avail them ??wry, or tel. rrVre^lyn t^ Srorabta. Apply to B. B. KBLLOOO. 199 Psarl siwet, M. Jr. ' Irn WILL SBLL ALL OR HALF OF ONR OF THB MOST ? desirable Lots In tlreenw.nd Cemetery. Further par Usnlars may bo had by calling on Mr S 0 WBSTCOTT V. T* John street, up stairs, until the lot is sdM. W-rnm need apply but lnosq who %f wUUng to |?f % good 9 rig*. liiju ovjMALamra. TANDB.? TO all WANTINO PARMB-LAROB~AjrD Li Urtrliu settlement of VlaeUud, mild oHaul*. SO mllea aouth of Philadelphia by railroad ; triok soiljiproduoe* Urga crop*, twenty MM tracta. at (Mb $15 to ?? per acre, m. a We H Itfcln 40ur*rears; good buaineaa openiuge; good Hiring Hundred* ere aetuieg and making Improvcmeeta Crape can now be acen crowing Apply to CHAfl K. LAND IS. Vlneland, OumberMad oountv. N 1. Letters aaeweroC Paper* ooulaimug full information will be neat Iroa ? SOUTH BBBGEN. IT. /.,? MILB8 FROM TUB FERRY ? A eery una Houae for aale; juet readv tor occupancy ; containing ten bedroom*, parlor, library, diolux and recep tion room*, hot and oold water and all modern convenlenoee, together with Urea Quartan acre of land, oat In kitchen ana ornamental garden; norae oar* every tea tnlnutea; looatioa unsurpassed, and neighborhood aelect; prion 111.000: large portion can remain on bond and mortgage. Plot*, 70i 7$ recti for aale. Ad ire** J OSI AH PAYTON, c*re C. IL Smith, Bag , 110 Broadway. OEVKRAL UOOD FARMS FOB BALM IN WEST cheater county, about two milee from the vlHs :e o< Tarry low u. coiitainlag from twelve to two hundred acrea, ??U watered, with good improvement*, good orharda, Jflth various kind* of fruit. Poanesaloo immediately, >>r at we lit November lfHeelred. Term* eaay. Addreae Nicboia, Herald oilice. rpO LIQUOB DEALERS, HOTEL, SALOON AND RK8* tauwnt'keepere. uroceryiuen, to.? A superior baaiueM Srtr la theo.ty of Pou^hk.epaie, N. Y., for tale for }7,i <X\ aell a Boble three atory auba autialiy built bri'k House. ,??V *rL'h t*otu"a ?'/'? inferior to none. The Ur4 atory I* divided Into three stores. The Uuildini contains XI room* and 1* admirably oaloulaied for a hotel or aay other buaineaa a nuruhaaer may dealt*-. The location la in the cen tra of.tbe city and a corner building, and on Main atrcet. the principal btialneea atreet In the city. Dhl* property M well worthy the at ention of capUaliata or mercli*ni a to esteblish a branch from a New York store; In fact, au< table for buaini'ia of any description. $l,uO can remain on bond and mortgage on the property. For particular* apply to or addraaa JTShRG KANT, Reel Eetate Agent, No. 7 Market atrcet, Poughkeepaie city, N. T. WANTED TO BXCHANQB-8B*INO MACHINE atock, for a Aral claaa modern houae, worth about IILOOO. aitaated between Fourth and Sixth avenues, and Fourteenth and Thirty fourth atreeta. Addreae Law* renoe. Herald oflkie. TXT ANTED? IN ' BROOKLYN, TO PURCHASE OB ? V leaae a medium alze Cottage, with Vevei a I Lota, OB Clinton or Washington avenue. Addreaa W P., box UN Herald olOoe, for one week, atallng price and term a. nnn por three story brick HOUSE 0* V?5?vUU Woodhull airoct. |? 00U for three atory brick Houae on Nelson street, $.1,000 for three story brlek Houae on Union street. |J.?W for three atoqr brlek Store. S79 Columbia street. $8 800 for three story brick Store and Dwelling, 104 Yea Brunt street; has water, gaa tixturea, Ac. Rented for 938 ? per month, and In good order. $1,000 for only vacant Lot on the east aide of Van Brunt, between William and King atreeta. Twelve vacant Lota, *2 lee t wide by 188 feet deep. ,ob Foarth place. All of the above are Bear Hamlton ferry; la Brooklyn. $t*W caah, balanoe on mortgage If deMred. will buy twe atory frame Houae and Lot, oorner of Stnlth and Atnalie atreeta, WUIUmaburg. SU0 will buy two atory frame House, full Lot, oa Front atrecl. KU/abethport, N. J.; rented forflftO purrnr, ~ JWf of $',?*) will buv four atory Store and Dwelling, oori.l Broadway and Front atreet, Elizabeth port. ?200 to $#Jt will buy a Lot at E'uabethport New Jereeyt 780 Lot* for rale, ao you can hava your cboioe aa to street and prioe. Pavmenta of $10 mon'hly taken If desired, of houae* built for purchaser*. Apply to COOLBY ,t HlsIQ RITTBR, Agent* Rlliabethport, or to B it. K8LL0G0. tat regard to Rllzabethport property ; f. r Brooklyn property to E. R. KELLOGG. 1? Pearlatreot New T Zflfi WILL BUT A OOOD FARM. OF 8KVBN ipO.uUU ty acre*, with large houae and barn, nearly new. all In complete order, aituated within fo:tr mil' * of railroad depot, and wlthla thirty-five mllea of New York city Inquire of J. B. MOON, tin Fourth avenue, uearTwen j- third atreet. _____ FOB BALM. _ AIM NINO SALOON FOB BALBOHEAP^TN ONE Of the beat looationa to thla city, neatly utted up, having an eatebliahed paying bualneia. Low rent and drat oiaaa trade. F. D. RICHARDSON A CO.. ? and 84 Naaaau at. A NEAT OROCEBY STORE? NEAR THE CITY, FOB sale cheap. Rent low. buaineaa good, and all caah. Stock. Furniture, Horae an l Wagon for $80. nearly new. F. D. RICHARDSON A CO., 81 andgl Naaaau atreet. A OOOD GROCERY STOBB ON OBBENWIC'H 8TBEB1 for aale ? Either whole or part; the owner haa otheg buaineaa. Good chance; buaineaa good; location good. Bent very lows price for whole, $1,000. F. D. RICHARDSON A CO.. 81 and 84 Naaaau atreet. A NAVY REGULATION BWOBD AND BKLT. WHICH haa never b en need, for aale.? Prloe $M; alao a Uni form, nearly new, cheap. Apply at SI Maiden laue, up ataira. RARE CHANCK TO PURCHASB A PLRASAN1 caah manufacturing buainea*. already eatabllahed, yleldiug li Olper cent profit; good* all Itaken by one houae | email capital required Apply at tM Broadway, room No. & WELL PAYING CASH BUSINESS-LOCATION beat In the city, to bedlapoaedof on aocouat of the proprietor 1 treated wltl 84 Naaaau street. AROE TOWNSBND FOB 8ALB CHEAP? CARRlBf eat In the city, to be dlapoaed ofc oa aocouat or the >tor being drafted. Rent low. Cash purchaser* only 1 with. Apply to F. D. RICHARDSON A CO., 81 aad B IN) tone, light draught; haa a heavy derrick complete. Apply to J. A. COTTINdllAM. 27 Beaex atreet, Jereey City. CARFBNTBB SHOP FOB SALS OHBAP? DOINO A good trade. Apply at 484 Peart atreeL 20AL OIL FACTOBT FOB S ALB -OF LABOB CA. padty, In this vktnity ; la offered for aale upon favora terma. Applicatlono from prindpala only. Addreae 8. M. N , Herald oaieo. IiRUG STORB FOB BALE? B8TABLI8HED OYBB ' ten yeara, doing at preaent from $? to $10 per -day. Ill be aold on reaaonabla torma Apply to IIALE, 41 Ana atreet. Bow York. * DBUO STORB fob 8ALB.? ONE THAT HA8 WEBN eatabllahed over eevea yeara, la a good location la th? city of Brooklyn, and doing a fair buaineaa. For paitioulart apply to F. HALB. 81 Ann street, Hew Tort. EOR SALB? TH& NBW 8TEAM TUO PBOPBLLBB T. W. S| rague 8he can be eeea lylag at the wharf of tbe itinental Worts Oreanpolnt, for one week from the 18th mat. Apply to T. F. ROWLAND, at the Worka. POB SALE IN BROOKLYN? THE FURNITVEB AND Good Will of a four atory boarding houae, doing a good bualoeee. with thirty boardera. Thla can be made aNret rate hotel. It being Bear the Navy Yard. Inquire of J. H ORBKW, oorner of Bridge aad Fro pect atreeta, from sine to elm A. M. and from oao to aovao P. M. CB SALE? TWO LIQDOB STORES. WILL PITTED up, one In the ?Inn ward aad oao la tbe Blghth. proprietor la r* Ming from the buelnoaa. Term* will bo made aatlafaotory. Apply to WILLIAM ABBOTT, aao tloneer. No. 4 Beat Broadway. B. T. > POB SALE? A LIQUOR STOBB, IN A OOOD LOCA tMB. doing a good bnstaeas; three years' leaae at a von low roat, eatlefaMory reaeon far jelling will be given. la quire of Mr. BABCLY, corner of Blghth avenue aad Twea ty-Orat atreet, from 10 to 4 o'clock. I OR 8 A LB? A TRAVELLING PBOTOOBAPH AND Ambrotypo Oar. furnished with aioek aad apparatus oomplete. Price WH For further particulara addreeo J. A. Trengrouae. Plalnville, C<>an. I?OR BALE ? A WILL ESTABLISHED OBO'BBT r Buslne** la Hudson City. about twooty minute*' drfro from Robokao Tarry. ETcrythlug In complete working order: good neighborhood; business flourishing. Vila la a chaoce seldom offend A lap a dmI Cnttafe and two Lota. Fnilt trees, 'shrub#. As. Ihonlr* of CHaILEB LUXTO*, H udaon City, aorth aad. W. J. TOOK 8AJ.K? A FIRST CLASS OOH AMD HI TLB BaN r ufact-irlnf establishment in Philadelphia, with isola and materials, aad alao a *tor? containing a com pi eta stock, situated In a moat eligible locality. This bustnaea, which baa been carried oa with mat sueoeaa orsr fourteen resrt l ib? preeeut proprietor Kill dispose of on very favorablal terms, beoauae be Intends to reOre to I ha oonntry. Apply all m South Third street. Philadelphia. Hob salb-machiAbt, lathes, shaftings, K?sr CB. JORDAM DOR SALE? TBB BUT BAEBBT AND ICB CBKAB r Saloon ia Brooklyn: tbla la a splendid shaaco; such a oaa la aaldom offered The owner baring mad* asewey suough wlahaa to retire. LS D * OO , Bj and S4 Nassau street. ^Hr (ALB-AX OLD ESTABLISHED OABOBIf OB ? Broadway, doing a lae bnaloaaa, oolr ?$,901 Also two ?nine Saloon* In food location, for MBS and MM. Call ew ? address D L. PIERCE, SU Broadway, office R Dinlr PHoB BALE-WOLFF'S PHOTOGRAPH (1ALI.br v. bo. ? 10 Booth Royal street near Blag. Alexandria, with every arrangement for carrying oo the hnsnea* well. Partleo Iwi.hlog to purchase the above huMaass will b*mm? call at or I adlre?e Wolf ? Gallery, boi 300 Poet oDoe, Aleiandrta. Vs. Por greater coo?enl?i?ee apply to or addreae tie follow! ag ? Mi C. P Mar, Mt El* hth arcane. Mow York ; Mr. U Dabho, 401 Baastead plan. Philadelphia: Mem Blag * Brothers, Ho. 1 Liberty street, BiMmn. FMOR BALB-A PETROLEUM DISTILLERY. COW ? slxtlng of three wmtartl Iron Stll a. of U barrels capo city . two TraaUag Tasks. Oaod with load ; oaa I roe Settifag Till, aad all assasary puaspe. Ad I r sea box SIS Poet iBst r^mn BALB-OMB BALE INTEREST IB AM B8TAB Hished busmeaa. paying fresa |S,W to tVOV a year and may be Inareaaad. the proprietor te engaged ia msnufar CIOB 8 A LB CH BAP? TBB BEST LOCATED AMD BEEF J- paying Liquor Store la Ike llith ward; dooe a large fe mlly trade. Large >?*????? Must be sold. fog partleutars apply to TEA TEE. ITt Chatham etrael TfOB SALE VBBY CHEAP-OB AOGOfTBT OP SICE r Maa, ike best loaatoi aad bogt payng atoohsakw Beard. sifTM s ra8?a?? n?ie (BOB BALE OB fO LBT? A PBODDCB AND POtJL aar of Oealre MarkeTplaaa, la the dialog aaloen. OBOOBBT AB? UQDOB BTOBB POB BALE?WITH VJT Leas* (Moated oa the aorthwest comer of rrvrty third Mreot aad EWraath areoae The reason far sailing, Iha swaot baring other business to attend to. PATBBT BIORT POB SALS -PATENTED JULY T. i JBBl? ImporUal to aaattallets for a good laceetmeet-? Toe Eureka H sod Stamp Maoklao.? The advantage of la la ?sehias la that two wimmmmm bo used la tbe owe maekiae, which la alMM aad perfeet la every respect, aad the do B? 4 aaMatllli For farther particulars apply to L |, SMITH, potealoo. it Oold street, N. Y? had so* Ikon fc PBOTOOBAPBIO OAJLLBBf I* WASHINGTON CITT.n A D. 0., foraale.? It loaltaatad la the heel part of Pea a ?strsnla areaue. awd hM done a Wwratlfe Mm Mf ySaygfafwa aeSi^ a?ma fotn'gVaSgjy DO addreae Hugo S CHOOSER FOB BAJ.B-rt TOMB BSUIftTER. UQIf graft, three y*?a oM. la wmpleto ardor, udtosfost ?all**. Amo, the Balls aad Slgglog of a schooner or 10 ton*, ?early oew, and won Id aarwsr a nsw reaael. will he eoii ehsyHrsaaM. Apply at 111 Chasstiors street, ?r stalra mo BLAOEBBmta-FOB SALP.. THR BLACKfMlTlt X Mop awd Booarof M Me^'alfrey aituatod oa ll?ei r strsol Brooklyn. II Is ooe of the h.-sl i.nr?e s'< >cn i ? ?? a lathoMty. Apply to SOUTH WICK g WOOD, W H?o rt. rpo" DR ITt ioiBTH. ? TOE BALE CTIBAP. ffi* appab%? 1 tea, Inrorwiatlon and good will of a Havi arwy W ?te pte a Unlee connwte.1 with the drng trod^. t?tem.efcod twe ?o lyesia Apply to Chemist, bos l? "*?? jlfUl SBItBS POB s*f.d. CI'BtP-ALSn ? If O" P.UvV; IdUQt A4-r*M. Biwh*. '?? "ocalA