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A' ANUN\-V , I MlfhD 1*1! S IE; RITT'XU RFNDBZtOl F UNDER . i h s rt KIN 11 NDEMt U OF \ r * a?N i vi>M t.d, N? M USPENaKD kTKF.FT N M A K BROAD W AY. A'?**^ni Comb" ?? lit* Ih-u ? i* re.er. *?> penir.aa.iiu, to RlC'HO PATRICK A tO Hard* ,'.r I iit>o.. rr, '-o * I coar-tri Cl. V. M ALA < Kl> A l O, Bardwa r In - r?. .? M. M Cedar itreek I'. l. JOHN *? NBIILLh. ffcipcirt ml,lent : toe Soiii.en I ,i iu of the Stale ol N. Y. I HA*. J fcVkHErr, Fmj. Cashier ei Lie Bauk of Oiw tt County. N Y ., And h.si'V Raukcr nieiedi:>r,te?nd oiher otulemen of high star.dirg It,, , ? , j ran 'V thai rttn re. run w .ii It .rraird b> Car'. u.f- ? on* ?:.? fonorab v. justly. __ _ KVK1:\ DilLl.AK OK BOUNTY WILL BE PAID Bp pr.,inore d b> n.rn and Nlit FaLSH W "RESI ntatioss will he madr THO^B WHO WISH TO rNI 1 BR POKE THK LKaF'T akk warned N;i u> al'.o'.* n lo ic delraniteu bjr St.ari *m * t> ud the various Ri ru ..i? ht-uutv voi.k 01 the CSlv CCVK DlRKi'r TO i APTalN CDV.K.V OKEICE. lot MEN IVaNiEU KOK THE NAVY, As i m, Firemcti and L udatnea. 1,10b M N \V All I 1. LI lOlt TI!E AUMY. yi CC'I II WEN WANTED KOK CO. C, ICfrr. Nh t Yi ,iK VOL* under my toinnian< VF ri.KANS ?re particular!* c.r rr i for nn Uumpanv. S. Its ITUllfso'K VOLUNTEERS FOR NE TWO, OR THKKK YE ARS tee; se.cv. my Company. or they can he placca in no; other bran h oi itie ? rvice, AH 111.1. I.V CAVALRY OR INFANTRY. KKl til IIS FROM THK COUNTRY At ? uMMOOAl Ell Ov FR NIGHT. COMFUhl ABLE charters PROVIDED. OFFIi OPEN FROM ( A M. TILL 11 P. ?? I aAI AlMIORl'Llt BY SUPERVISORS of a TORN IN : H IS sTaTE IX) PAY Z.AKGJj BOUNTIES FOB VoLUMTKRKS FOR OK E OK HKBB TEAR8. B. r N T1 KS. one. \ kak-*:oo TflBKR YKAK8_f<*iO DON T FOROKT THE Ni MBER-SU LI9PBNA&D BY, ADRAETF.n WAN GF.T8 NO BOUNTY. BKTTKR VOLUNTEER HEFOKB A DRAFT. BOUNTY |7 V-FKVHN RUNDKKD DOLLARS?$700 **OK OWE YEAR? Pay 192 Total, $K'I2 $900- NINE 'HUNDRED DOLL\RS-$9U0 YOB. TP KKl', YliARS-Puy 576 Tctal. $1 476 CHOICE OF SERVICB Oil UN SEB LA'RSE AU7KKT1SKMKNT aKMY AND NAVY. C'njK. COM (PI, il> Liaueuard street, -far broa n way. Army i 1,000 SUBSTITUTES WANTED, BCL'STY AND I'aY $1,476. CspiBia K. COMBS, .M L Pi't'iiard strert ntar Broadway. See large attTtriiaemeol, Army and Navy, Ark you o<iiN<i to bnlisit-if so. f.kad thib iahert tei it nt an 1 act eenaibly by dotng (be beat tor yoiirtc i, aotl AWHD BOUNTY BROKERS. Hue ia rw remon thai a man -ho.;Id tbare hie bbunty with "-iidik ra and broltera when lie cud ENLIST WITH AN AKMY OPFIt/BR, and get ?v i-* .cut oi n witbotri any one'a in irrfereoee. The Idfth Kc jiment Colouei Letelt T Barnev, a raltant o c t\, pa. ntiu Ptationed In ilie del anoes of Warh mgton ia It; ai enal ord*r in be recruited op to full eland ar.t In .a tn a the suj>ervienra cf dilfcrenl lowt.a bare al lowed ihcc. 10 t! vr ; BOUNTY FOR ONE YRATT MEN. Whatever bouDtv bro*ers and runners may tell yen, tbal la tbe HIGHEST BOUNTY NOW PAID. Bel If at any time any town should, be paying more Ibry .Yiilen n-t 'their men lo the credit of ibat town, and will GET Til EM EVERY CRNT POSSIBLB. This bounty w tn the pay. mate* $17 15 a week for lbs year?mure l' an any man can earn at home. (rood men will be made oon-eoriin,lemoned oflioere. and evert it i will be done to make tbe men conleuled and e?c 1 ne* orup.inv a eood one. ('OMR AND SEE THB CAPTAIN. ?who Wtl; t ivn yo i every Information, wbelher yon eollat is hweoinpaiiv oi unt. At 740 Br- adtvat comer of Aator place. Men w ah tag o CO ?- aabetuiitna can In introdueoC to DDiillcmcu who will |>ay ABOUT $1 000 CASH V they will go In the lidtn rrgtment. Alien rursti rutes kurnished-to repbe. acni patriotic |*r?oni nnd men liable to draft la any part ol the southern diviaion of New York, com Krlainc the firm P n <"oDi"VM?ional dixtricte of New York tate, ut the oilice of the Metropolitan Representative Aaao eiatlOD. IBS Greenwich atreek, under the North River Bank. James lee, Agent. Attention.?*? substitutes furnished this day. Certificate* of hremption procured for parties Crultcd. ?r in adva i e of the draft, for any county lu the Htatr. Rubet lute und volimtc rs will he paid the blgbeit bo.uitieii. Ah part en itiP ri ted In matters relating t ' the draft anil all ,rti a* di aire to avoid the same. Will find It aCeaniagcun* to m I at lb* ?'lic? of DtiWNER & COLE, 17S York slrcei. hrookitn. ne .r Navy-Yaid. A RELIABLE 1'ABTY H AS A NUMBER OF SUB miuites, already a copied, for cue nt?d three tears. For parl.ct aia mpnre ol WUHTBROOK A OSBORNE, C'oudm InraaiLatv. Ida Broadway. Attention -wanted. 2s one year voluneeers lor the anny or navy to whom we will pav $150 aoon a> pa-eeu by the .mcpir. Apply to t'aptaln LYON ISAACS. Oeneral Recruit ng n ' t ?, '.ai Canal street N H ? We are pnp ued is pa. ;hi largest Boitimes, cash in hand, for Vol unHera or Snbatitutea, in the State. a N Al.lKN CAN HAVE ??*) CA811 RIGHT DOWN J\ lo.oaa iliatltbte Call in Mgar store. K'l, Mnnt eoir.ery mrcet Jersey t ty, 1 j blocks a'ove ferry, hrtween Dour- S to IS \ 11. Br your wife or inend to lake tb<* money home. BEEKMAN .NY MAN CAN HAVE $;?*? CASH RIGHT DOWN TO A g-> ..e a . -i : me or < or ir?r. t all in regar alore. 4t> , Moigotn r -.aiet Jer-cv City 21, Nook a above fe'ry, between hoiii a d 1 to 12 A. M. Bring y.iur wile or friend to take tic moj.ey home. BEEEMAN. A LARGE NUMBEB OF SUBSTITUTES I AN BE I fun,.Ate,: an . d iy tbi* week at niodera'e pr.re?, and put u any i ? in tit - Union, for one twa or three eearn. b.?i it;.- i ? creneee given. Apply at 2j Chambera -treat, room up ?ialrs a kv.y navy and marine cores, recruiting ,'\ I a I .arte:- p. Broadway Volunteer- r.n'l subrti lu ce w..r,' i ? or o".e, two and t r<-e year-, a ! of '?linm tvt'.l nm ? I I.;i ir ? r? ,-o ng M< c wan'e 1 for ibe Twenty i ch (,a tcry. d -g garruo:, duly at Sandy llcoa I A | i- ? I | .a 1 ? Bl ad tv ay | RMV AND NaVY-AP.MY AND NAVY. W ANTED. FIFTY ONE YEAH '>OLUNTEEBP. Caeh lnhanu .... $*Y Mt rem men I bouuty 1(>0 A1 $7b0 Tctai ... A I .SO. FIFTY ONE YBvR ?-UF*T1 TCTES G'h in hand befo e t eiug atvern in ? A] pi; lo J. WAKREN FLINN. X6 Hroadway, in the ba*errv nt. a MI-.KICAN MUTUAL HXEMFTlON SOC1BTY. ."A Phi* >??< e; r, greater ind -emcnia to cer.? .rat f, e ii an t i. . aryd alt inajrani-e company that i? -e nr.a. /. d hen I" i ra < r.trance fee $1,5 ii a. : an.r.me fee 160 Ai I 1 ? ti r? n* ni..:la lo an? c.f the followlpg ofl er? ? Hei rv v,nr-'.r .Ha ?,..-t Kiftv bllh A'reel New Ycrk . tin l> ' r e ip i '.mi v.hce, UK Niwi'i a'reetor Lai... Il< . . Let mrP o avenue and Furlt egbtu atree' .lame - O B e .y M I> 6.3 West Forty-tevond wireet: Ile< tuan RoehWr. No Sheriff aireet and u.i Lewis street. VaL Bniwi ur gg at 112 Ninth avenue. D. O bf ilg et and s v. Aai.i. win Ir , X7 Audi attn ?. or lo Wm. O Bri"n, at Frnua ?oK'my'e printiug otLce. I Id N.?a au aireet, N. Y. Advice to recruits.?volunteers or sup. ?t t ?> ? ; r ? h- aim. r t,ai .. will be a .-y call will, a II e Mli d .- ia i :. ? Re A?net No. I. Vafl.-M. rr- near Pearl and Cbumberi ilic-tt llighei: j r iif | aid cash down. ADYIi K TO RECRUITS.?IF YOU THINK OF EN 1 lu.g in ll.e in,, or navy, von will lind no more cod wen mo i ,u .ii ?ra ? ce to go pi for Information, large boun Ui-a and honoraulc lic?ii: crit ihno MILTON A CO a. -dr Mrwadway. ARELJAPLE FIRST ("LAS4 ALIEN ONE YEAR (ui at t n>, ia ready tb ? inornlrg to go loi a rer,t'?m?n for a lair price At ply lo MILTON A ( O. Broadway Army navy and invalid coups.?ijor men waoteil ,it ?br*ncli?a?f tbe -ervlce Wearc paying ffer iiuLni iaah In nut en M AeMHUHNA VA llKRALL. Authorlred Keen lung Officer* 260 Broadw:, . up stair*. A CARD.?INVALID CORPS?$$10 CAM IN hand if i argeo ?old wr? can eu! *t In lhl? rorp* and rece ? Ayr ei?h c wn bt ap| ring to W A.SIldL KN A WoRKaLL. d( hroadway up etaira. An M \ AND NAVY-H4) RUBsriTUTIS AND VOLUN- I wauu .lor ibe armv anil navy, to whom the liigbrathoir w. be paid, and pernio- offering ti.em. awvea ? be 1 nortkl) a- prMiptlv deal * ?th Prlun pair Irnr, an) low i iiuDtv In the " late ? inpiic ! at the ?l wr'r?i r ? i? and "ii the ni.e-t rea?ot.ab c term* Apply to ?r(il>Fbl t I ) '.N a WAUDHLL i7i ) ork alreel, Brook lyn an i i-(,? ,nu ? reel, irner Sullivan. New Tone. Attention ? nk yfar volunteers <no sum ? i, ,t<-r ?* for one year $i J) <a?h down after doc tor a e?au mv.on ! it (tvernmeai h-mmy and $l!*2 jay fwranerear Vrn, in hare rhoiiW of regiment nnd fur Wrugh it'?e i by app Jto ? iit taiu S\V tor.T, J.'l Bowery, near Batar : street < > early ASlli-1 ITUTE WAN! FD?FOR THE ARMY POR ONE rear at d alao one for tlire_e rears tv two private gen tw neo. wFo wl I pay the vary bl?heat prlcr??. Call at 78 J?a??ai. stm t eo*in 5 A ITENTION. VOL , RTEERg A Now is the t me for you to gr. $70r paid for one year >ui ntrers. $4t00 rash ill i.and after eiamir.atfon and $1(0 gr.M-riirt ?nt bounty. BFlTRIt ENLIST BEFORE THE DRAFT, In ( eiwpatiy C One Hundred and Bulb Regiment New York t niiinteers. Uowman led by Car tain R COMBS. R radobartern ai Li*t ? nard atraet. near Broadway ?"'i'" fear $?R0 ?SSH> ItlM P?. Wm Ca i em e in the mprning. *e? arge advert.seiuenis Aims and Mavy. 4' A M H N 1..IH.F B IOHLANDKRS. COLONBL H. J M I. on ? ?V anAifir?Fifty vomnteer* wanted Iwar*'U *'siv for < en ; an 'o I . s I as new rer meet, now ?rgs-. ?? , .?rv rr lor promotion (#r ?rkevAns*B<1 rouul. m :b!? r.rw rwg met t Promo I tti ii.e.r mm I eiar.kv Tie regiment will be cfDeere* ty MM wee here eer-n -ervirr n ? i-e ' ? .-i. and the men well swie" fe- Bphe-I in urties pad lo -obnners $ I.AO to Am in any one br ugiag s reer t. Apply at 4IE Broadway, $ev y- -a CM! lei ah OF RICHMOND. KINGS, yt KENS AND I J A?# t?k 1"'I - es at e supplied with sjhstltllie* < n r ? passi a' '?? wnis by apr'yleg ?< '?*? army nnd navy office, ft Na-ss , street filrl r INSI BANCS OFFICE 247 HniADWAt. JJ * A * H I Ai'ITAL PAID I.N IT.RMll MF. I i " lat tee agafnet Draft for one hundred aud fly du'.lare In *"fumt 'orVaef geld aliil tner Dra'I ?n l N ibetitutes fuy. *"t','. A re a!Tc? is all part ee t able to Draft esemptlon for CiNl K' MiklU AND FIFTY DOLLARS PREMIUM. *(??)!? veiuk] tti ink county ^ couiib w f,D of ten iff ' -J I MILITARY ?.hd NAVAL. POR BLOCKADfc bHIP'j jN Tug MAW?WANTED. I a -men. firemen A, A1 ? or lhe _4( Tlie ci^i limUmiMi, A.c.% for mer ?>;, .??? ?'^u 01 JAM88 1 co ? CT I ! I KRY ToI OHT AIN THE LARGE BOUNTIES?THIS ?; . cJ*nc?i *'* "Hi ?'?? higher bounties than Of V stLam hork. 21 Nortu W .l.iaiu direct, junction I iV A "OOD MaN a very high nor re or r? ? . ' 1 th* for one year aa substitute in either Army AT |i|y berore 3 o'clock at DC Weal street 1 '?J'1; LOOK. LOOK ?INFORMATION OIVEN TO n as ? ?i s w *h!nR to get Huosliiute- for lhe wai . how-fhey ... ... ,>r l,1*u the State bounty. For tarDor.lara, ?' ^ %i 10 uiy address ABKAM 1 KKH f, Cornwall, Orange county. New ',oik. TLfC NET. MONET. MONEY -A FOR FUN fi. TO BR - A made ?$'KV ban 1 money will bo r ant to Wny person 1,1 ' ti' .i tec., lit to this e uon for one year, w'.nle the re C" t w!'! b- paid cash in hsnd tbe vetjr bighei I bounties. -V nf .vat cinrfl to Captain GGULD1NO, ut the recruiting ? ili- e No it < hamber* street. Merchants, bankers and cenk'ial volun leer and Nub-titutc A--ociaoen ofllee gag Riouduas, New Yort, -LOW) yolunieera wauled in-.tne Lately JiVi to S !l" racd to any one brent u. a rorruct F.ighest bounties |C|. d *o (1 ruita on pas-nig eiaoiiLaiion No delay. Net humbug Monrv paid right down. Arptj at tbe other. A28 Bioadw&j, New York. Marine corps ?this branch c p tiir hfrvk k hy far I e moat deatrabie of at! 9r,at foung men rae ?"tot. Tfce adtautage.- are. larger t?y. all their riothea and e uipi.ee irniahad free o' mat, grew' er channel lor priee money penaiott given tf injured wt'ole in the aerylee, ne marches. n-> leads to rnrrv, ?c. For -a lull explanation tn tju.rt at the Aruiy au.l Itailne office. Ill Nanaau street. ATIONAL MILITARY CLAIR AGENCY N f and ,T*Li?tfTATKS Recroittnq RRsnPY-vous. No. r3 WHITE STREET. Nif.AR BROADWAY. Eatelc.lilted foi tbe protection Off the volunteer, the ?ub etuuie and principal under lhe e upervitiou <&r COL GEO. A BUCKINGHAM, Who, t?j permnwon rea;>?c ifuily refers to Messrs LI VL ft MORS, CLKWES k CO., llCStr* BOWERS, BEKCKMANk"*'lRADk'i'iRl)*?1" Merchants, corner Bnirla and Church street*. Meyers. S, LLIVAN, RANDOLPH V Bl'DD Importers corner of Park place and Churoh street jamks c Marriott, Eh., p.? oi T V?*1'^0 .^?'r,7clrx. Ihail ranee Co . TO Well street PENSIONS BALK PAT, BOUNTIES, Ac . from the War Dejartmen: ad uated and vromplly cnlleeted. 5t'0 to unieersand Substitutes wanted lor the array or ?ayy one two or three years. UNITED STATER HARBOR FORTIFICATIONS. THE HIGHEST KOUN'tFes-PAID AT THIS OFFICE FOR ONE YEAR MEN $;M3 ! !! AND THE SAME KATIO FOR niRKK YEARS MEN. $.ki HAND MONEY, id addition to the aboee. paid to any perwm bringing a Recruit. Should the bocrtnt present htm. se.f he will receive the hand money. THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID SUBSTITUTES. Principals aupc.icd with rel.able substitutes, and on the most advantafiftoiis terms. A competeht aurgeon will be In attendance lo examine recruits. OFFICE HOURS FROM*7 A. M. TO T V V For further parlicu are gh e us a ca l perionahy Advice and IhformAtiou freely given. BUCKINGHAM A CO.. omni.1. . . . Projinetors, r2 White street a few doors east of Broadway. NAVY-l.ro) SUBSTITUTES FOR ONB YEAR wanted immediately. As firemen?Boiimy, cash down, one year. $600 .fay, do 378?Total f978 As seamen?Bounty, cvsh doa n, one year, .ffkjn . . Pay. do . ibis? lotal SftAR As landsmen?Ro.inly,cash down, ons \ oar $dfX) P?7* do 1S6? Total. $786 BrMd!vay"!y 10 Capt'COMBS"50 Llsponard street, near See large advertisement. Army and Navy. ONE YEAR MEN WANTED?A8 SUBSTITUTES OR volunteers for which the highest ca^h bounties will ne; f" en. Now Is lhe time. Call before It Is too iate, at No ? Hicks street. Brooklyn two blocks from Ful'on ferry. r\NE MAN TO BE HAD THIS DAY TO GO AS SUB * ti? C?r l^re? >?irs. No brokers need appJj. Ad dress G. W. K, statin; the amount you wi.l give. Herald oiLce. Recruiting resumed in Richmond county.? Recruits and snbMliuies will bn paid the highest boun ty at the rendezvous at (Juarsntine landing, Staten Island. JAMES MURPHI, Recruiting Agent. Substitutes furnished IN ANY DISTRICT * OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. Apply to CAPT. COMBS' RENDEZVOUS, fid Lupenard street, near Broad way. For references see advertisement Army and Navy. VJ' BsllTUTRS?AT 17 BROADWAY, NIvAH BATTERY ST P. sr rr v t*PTt Ti 7' D'nK? AI)W AV ? iNEAlt BATTERY) r,Fr?^TIT e . 7 SliOADWAY, NEAR lltW KY, App 'v lrilm''' '"'M iiTp M houorable reliable parties. Supervisors of ' CONNECTICUT. MAINE jJKW HAMP.SHIRB, V E It MONT, NEW YORK. ILLINOIS, . MASSACHUSETTS, ' are not fled that I have men now in the army who desire to re a nils! a? volunteers, and can. by order of the War De purtment, be credited *n (1M quotas in their resper: restates A d PS, l.y telegranh immediately, slating prleo for one or three ' ears vol int. er? wjth lowni county, district and State. ?. tt ai d. Ik.9 I; road ivay. OUBSTITUTRS PUT INTO THE NAVY ANSWER FOR l- "|rn dralfd lo the army, and are easilv obtained. We are near the nmy yard rate, and are furnishing tweiilv ?ub slltutcs t" the nar. every day. amrwlli coruract to furnish fifty aubftitutcs each day after this week. REUBEN VOSK. Seamen's Bank, No. 19J York strei.-t, Brooklyn. ^SUBSTITUTES ?THE SUBSCRIBERS WILL FUR k.r iii-h to persons liable to draft ih t ?? ci'v or any part of lhe state, subst.tute* at short notice and 011 reasonable tern - api > to o address A. WILSON A CO.. 15 Wall street, up stairs. ' QCMTIYOTM and YOLUNTMBRB WANTED THIS t.?,,*' ",J" ?h? highest price w .1 be paid, by A. WILSON A CO . 16 Wall street. P J OUB TlTt'TF-- ALL AT OFFICE NO. U CHAMBERS st. vet iu lie bssemeut nearest to Centre street w here you rau get the Urye?t bounty paid in tbe nir. Prindpal can he su| 1 bed 01. rea unable terms. MAY, BROWN A CO. CUBSTITI TRS AND VOLUNTEERS SUPPLIED FDR ' 1 ? r ? .n>. in any portion of New York State. Country u o a? filled w th 1 ? 1 ttnost despatch. Parties wanting suottuutes will do we I to place the r orders with us STEWART A HERBERT, No. 1 I'aik place ro rn 17, third tloor. Ol BSTITUTES NOW ON' HAND. ?ALSO A FEW SUB 0 st lute iwpe.s to. tbooe who apply to JOHNSON A ALMAN, 13 (1 ran. 1 aires; Will arnsburg, N. Y. OUBSTITI TI S ?GENTI.EMFN LIVING IN NEW ? York Bioslyn or ?nv rai t of the f-t ?t.e can be furnish - ei| With S ibetitut.es by calling at Die United States At mv uud Nai Agency I .'si In on sireet and J12 Broadway. 1 uOlil b. UBSTITt n ? FOR OMR TWO AMD THREE YEARS wanted, at tin Ncrtu AY H am street, 1 auction of (hat h? tri BSI.Cf*1 f?r three year men. I Ctah down SO >J for one year men. I b?lore sworn in. the headquarters or the sixty fifth rbgi J merit N. Y. S. V iirat Cu.tod Slates Ciiasse ira), until n * e-e ' ot ' n I1 lip nt thi aruiorv of the Sevenlb rfg ment N 1 The ufia ers of the Slitr hflh N. Y. 8. V are h> teby called 1 p n it. u. -t th. te at lb A M. cn Monday, 6th iost. he largest bounty ton VOLUNTEERS AND SUBSTITUTES, 70,000 ONE VKAR MEN sotiii inn VOLUNTEERS AND BUHsriTUTKI OR THE a KM V AND NAVY. Cash bounty ) a! ! ?j7q Hard inone.i paid lo the person bringing the rei rait to euiist 100 If tin* iftr is! ur if thr siib<ititu(e in pre v?\b* frr ut? for wii0ui he goes foboiituie. h? (thf re'-r ?!) wif Cafh born'* ...Jfl70 And the ban.! money ????#*.?!.?V.** 100 c. GODi KEY Gt'STHKR, Mayor. MATTHEW T RRhNNAN, Comptroller. (IR'SON BLUNT, sitperrlsor, WILLIAM M TWEED SniatrvBer. WILLUM R s'IEWaRT. S iperrleor. ELIJAH F. PURDY. Supervisor, Coenly Votueteer Cnmmlttee. ORISON BLUNT, New Yoke, August imi. Chairman. THE DRAiT ON fiTH OF skptembkr-ehohtTi dtairict ?Gentlemen residing in the Kighieenih Twen tlr lh and Twenty-first wards of lhe cliv or New York, com arising the E.gbth Cengr-asioual district "f th- Rtete w.il DC f rn rl.itd pr.nnplit wlib Alien Substitutes and their Ex emption Papers (for thr<e yeais) correct.v procured, hv for ward i.g tbe r ordeia to the od.ee 0f th ? MerchanU'. Bank ? an ' Gcnrr.i! Representative Volunteer A>.soctatten ajt New York. K, it? Money payable only when 'he repre_en'aDve Is lurnlsheil and tne e?emptlon pai-ers ei'cuteij Iadef wishing to send a repres. ntat.ve to the I army ?il. I are lhe i ruers I rompily attended to, and will have i edcnce. The Kightn dls'rlrt, under the suuerln tendenre of Captain i;. K Afanlere, Provost Marshal, is fur nishiiig more me-, in th s way than ant other district In the I '?-ate. ?r,d w.th ei.otlaued energy wi I irohably fill 'ts ouoia without a 'raft Most of the repeesentat ve> have been pro i r re . I th- Mercoants', Uaukers' aod-Gwneral Repri seoia Dvi-t- iiteer A-so< at on atKce Broadway, New York. T'l N MEN ON HAND-AS VOLUNTEERS APPLY Af Merchant Hotel. E M. WILLARD I T 1HE LARtlKHT BOUNTY ro? VDLUNTRERS AND SUBSTITUTES. ONE YEAR MEN 1 . , , . WANTED for '? AVI> SUBSTITUTBS for ? T,1E ARMY AND NAVY. | Hand 'Her' If*r 94M ' ? ??!'P?Mt tor three yearK I iff . Hand money _J ailed -1 Stee i ... re unR OBiee uj Broadway, "\7 ' ' LI RfRl R- lis HAND?A FEW ONI TSAR ffit for lot.' ^M^o'daV^p'^.o S^^AR/i'^^VImV' NO. i Para pla-e room 17. third Poor. HBKBSRr, ' dttTA NTRD?IRISHMEN ENGLISHMEN, HOOTCH >? t.ennans Hem h, had men of all natlonaut^s to ?n 11(1 as vo mteers The hlc) est bo mtv tmid 'seh in iiavd en pacing' the '--or Relief ticket, forVSmihe, 'V~ u Will reeelvo the highest pre nlums Apply at the Merrhanu." Bif nk7i L"'' dt?r*v YU"l**r *n<1 ???>???"?? AwoeSJfti 0?< e, (JF Bros dway, N. Y. ll^ANT! D_AiN A RLE BODIED MAN FOR ONE YEAR " forwhoml will uty $idt) N h mbu,- Cash la bardl Apply to RaH.NAKD <1 LA NTH I ER, wbo. sale i.asiit car touts msnufoei r?re. WI Broadway. ? ir.TH REGIMENT *F.W TOHK CAVALRY -WANT a-? f ed, for one > esr. fc men. I ? Oil Company H ot this regim.nt | bochO The regiment e lying at Camp Rlenei-en. tl?^? i? Ws?h > gtor an i do guard duty there and v.,i( to he dr'ee e, of Waefclr.fton No better ihaiir e f< r young n eu Twt. Rergeanti waned, under I y?.n^n! (lrl'u ah-i ?!??? VFalkey iWKL between ? froMIVII iklul 4 li .rth PlteFI MIIi/TAHV awu navv^ ?JXJ SVRNTI.fUTKH WFRR FURNISH f.D BY U? ON Haiurd:,y m $11**1 IU pruio oala Twenty *,ib*u ? I i te- I* turns'-d on Man ;ay ? s un.' ca.i'ge. RKtBhR VOSK, Beamfu * Bank. 1$) V all eel, Brooklyn - ?< TU v K.< '.! NOW -V vl riNU FOR UW t)V' ci.nts. and can he shlpoerl to th? credit nf drafted n en In. or.e hour. For our reap# ctuMhty wo relcr to iho follo?/iDL* nolo ?' Ron on bav.? known von tor l*rr.tj yran an A runner vou a man of strict Inle' rttv? Hfjrjr Hagle, Commodore l'n? led state* Navv.'' Apply at Ite Sea , en's Bank. l'JJTori ?uert Hr<. klyn, near Navy YkNiaH. fr.-ITH NEW Y?>FK HTJ.TK Yf'LUNTB I'VS. ?THK KF tS'l turned members o' p.o oid (luard Laf.i*rtte Fdtv hrth New York St .te voi niorrtt wt t> i :n heitl uu toriu kt the Merer Hen* i ir i.er ot Mvrrer nnrt Broome kirn It i n fursd..- heptember 6 at 7 o'clock i M whe-t Ihev wul bo received by their i.P , comrades Ot tl.o Nat ona! llu.ird. t order- tilth ,.HT MOLL. Sergeant commanding conn Tn "AND VONKV PAID AGENT)* OK ?!p.i,x?v' runners, for volnnte r* for tin* city I'eu men wanted to day lh< ? hignc>.t I uctt. calk down. a* toon a* ia*-eu by tae don .or. Apply at 428 lit nail way. tORA H a >, D MOM ST TO IIIIIIM FOR ONE >lPaj?Jv" yea'. Men lor the Culled Stums nav- . o Ikt-rvcrslt helfiav ami pure inonoy to landsmen, green hands and KB men u tun uavy, for one yeat.all/0 lb-', bamsueei. a'ulppiug office, up stair* CMllU BA.NI> MONEY ?PTtUU $ .no HAND MONEY $,(*! II AND MONEY , $100 BAND MONEY wfllheys.id In cad. to any person bringing a three yerro sub*titr.u lor the t*a\ t to ilie Now York Army auo'Navy Re.ru ? nig Company. No 0 Chambers street. <CA'7t> BOUNTY FOR ONR YEAR VOLUNTHERS "Jl" I ?J tOtT'cash In hand. $700 lor one year stibsliluti ?, i'.iflo or three voart substitutes. Applv at the second re criming office from the ferry, Hoboken, N. J. ATCA FOR ONE YEAR. CASH IN HAND AK SOON 3) I xJU a* vou p*s? eiaininat mi. Call early and secure j your money the name day. Apply at 39 I'ark row. room 25. 477 K BOUNTY FOR ONK YEAR VOLUN I'EKRS. ?P s Id $',75 canh down and $ltl lgovernmeni bounty will be paid, and no rte'av for e?ch ecrc.it, to (111 town quota*. Choice of regiment* In cuvalr*. infantry or artillery. Apply at the old established office, I3e Elefenth street, corner of Sixth av enue. HQrta BOUNTY?f run CASH IN HAND?FOR 90UU volunteers for one year in the array; $6(Xl ca h for substitutes in the navy. Call ear'y ou Lieutenant HI ENS, No. 5 Hud on street, near railroad depot. flinnn CASH IN HAND WILL BE PAID FOR a ?J>OUU substitute Tor the army or navy or marine, with Sh.<lce of regiment. Call at 641 Kioadway, upstairs En trance 74 Bireckrr street, up stralrs. ?U tft-41'1' CASH DOWN. TO ONE YEAR VOL ?JpOdU unleer*. I want to take ten talr ami square men where thev can get $90i, nnd when thnv get thi-ir money 1 want them to give mo $50 a piece. Th so are a I fa t*. THOMAS MILLER. 97 Murray aireel, top lloor. N H ? $H50cash; SliX) government bounty; pay, $192, is all $1.1L1; $22 a week. c^orrrt CASH IN HAND AS SOON AS SWORN IN ?T0dU for one yea.- for five men. No humbug. Ad X. Y.. Herald office _______ (JCQO FOR ONE YEAR ?OLUKTRBM.-fMO CA8II dow n after doctor's examina'lon. $400 govern mettt bounty and $197 t av for one year. Men you have rhoice of regiment and furlough given by applying be;o e five o'clcck to Captain SWEKT, 33 Bowery, near La aril at. monft ONE YEAR.?TO MEN WHO WILL .TOIN JPc/UU Kilpatrick'i ol t reg ment i the Harris Light ca valry). the above amount w ill be secured by Ma or Henry Oriuton fur one year's service. Call at the|Mercer House, corner of Mercer and Hroome streets. under the targe ban ner, Second New York cavalry. 4Q0H -WANTED, ALIENS OR VETERANS. FOR ?Pa/UVi one or three years, as subst.tu'c* In the armv or navy; colored men accepted. Apply at the Army and Navy Office, 73 Nassau atrrrb CDOnn CASH IN HAND FOR ONLY ONB YEAR IN ?pt/UU the army. Call at 17 North Wil ia ui strseh K OERROI.IM A CO._ ijnnn cash in hand before being sworn ?P*-'UU In. will be paid this dav for six men Apply early, to NOON AN A CLARK, corner of Bowery and Canal street, under Clti/ens Bank. Innn RECRUITS wanted-for the army .UUU AT 17 BROADWAY. $40* cash in hand paid each man. 1,0X1 veterans wanted for tbe army, AT 17 BROADWAY. $400 cash in hand paid each man. 1,(00 seamen wanted for the navy, AT 17 BROADWAY. $400 cash In hand paid saeh man l,00ti landsmen wanted in the narv, AT 17 BROADWAY. 1,000 firemen wanted for the Davy, AT 17 BROADWAY. $400 rash in hand paid each man. 1,(XX) coa' rasners wanted for the navy. AT 17 BROADWAY. $400 cash in hand paid each man Men coming to this office to enlist esn relv upon obtaining the most hnaorah e treatment, upon receiving the money offered in full, upon choice of regiment and arm. without hiimhng or Imposition. Come and see I or yourselves. Office open from 7 A. M. to p. M, $200 HAND MONEY wilt be paid to ailr man. woman or child bringing an ac ceptable re. ruli to this office. i nnn me?* wanted imMBS WANTED F0R ?ARRIS0N DUTY' I Odd MBN WANTED >0B GABRI80N DVTY, at i ? ??n.r?OR OARRIS0N DUTY, . AT 17 BROADWAY. AT 17 BROADWAY. , , AT 17 BROADWAY. ?lrn who have .erved two years in the armv or navy and are until tor duty in the lield. can now be enlisted for special service for garrison dutv at this office. BOUNTY $.30U. r n ... HA*D MONEY *00. lor full particulars inquire from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. at this ?sl OMO rAS" IN HAND PAID TO SUBSTITUTES NFA.v \J\J and vo.unteeis. Apply at 97 Chatham street Captain J. WYNNE. Cfl nnn -TWO HUNDRED MEN WANTED F OR 'ol.'lul/ the regular aud volunteer army. Recruits ran have a choice of reumeni. From $900 to $i.'O0rH-h tn bu'i.1 for a-ceidabie recruits or substitute*. Substitutes furnished for the city, county and State of.New York. Maior T. W BAIUD. Capt. II J M. MAHON. Office fl Chamber street, corner of Broadway. Innn RBCMHTS wantf.d-for the army .UUU and navy, at 153 Fulton s.reet and 212 Broad wav, up stairs $6di' ,.i?h m hand t aid each man at 153 Fulton s*re. t vnrt 21 2 Broadway. $600 cash in band paid each man at 153 Fulton street and 212 Broadway. $iX)0ca-h In hand pa.d rich man at 153 Fulton street and 212 Broad wav. Ad men trea-edin a gentleman!, manner, and will rec.-ve every do lar ;is agreed. $.'0?i hand money will I e paid to any one bringing a isemit to this office Inn.'I KEl'Ri'll - "' \ NT 1 11 For: \ It MY AND NAVY. .UUU ill Nassau St-eet. I.OCO Ml N WANI'KD FOR MakINB CORPS, ill N.stiau street $1,000?MEN RECEIVE $91)0 TO DO FOR 3 YEARS, 111 Nassau sirert. 1,0)4) MEN WANTED FO'l >A\ Y AND MARINE CORPS, i 111 Was? strert. Men coming to this o * re to rullst may rely upon o'tam ing all tbe money pro m*?d ?2. n Hx WD MONEY for one, mo and thioc Tear* men. Office open from So clock A. M. to 6 P. M. oi nnn * abh in hand gl.UUU FOR OWE YEAR VOLUNTEERS. CALL TO DAY BF.TWF.hN 12 AND ft P M.. AT 79 NASSAU STREET. SECOND FLOOR. ROOM 12 41 nnn 1 ASH x HANI) at no 7 CHATHAM vi."''/'r ,,,. are. -M auir.l men to go as S.it.stitiiie* nr Volunteers, to till the quota ol a tu?u in this Mate. The abo-r amount w II oe paid down to each man a* soon a* an ce| ted by the do or A'?>. lt*i meu wanted fm or,c, two, or three"vear- the highest ra?btbountiea will l-r paid tlietn. Cbuici of srmi or navy. $ 910 hand money wil. be given to anyone bunging au a.-ceptable recruit. App y at No. 7 Ch??at*. i'. fla.nnaoan. $1 000 rASB 15 "AND ruR T1,RER YEARS $7.'i4lcash In hand for one vear raeM. Bolistltutes want, d ?n 1 furnished at the shortest notice. Orders by uiutl proruptlv atteudeii to. CAMPBP.l.r. A SMITH, room III. 1?2 Wasrau street. 41 AnnCMH DOWN -TWO substitdteb want. sPl UUU el to day fortbe#army. $1 tlx) each. Apply to dUHN EB1BMITH. lift Hudson street, dersey fity. 4T nnn down -TWO KUBSTITUTFR Want ifl.UUU ed this Us* (or Ihe armv ; fl.iXJu cash. Apply to RiiLF.R. bootmaker, 34 Newark street Hobokon. N. J. 41 nnn uash down foe substitutes -$700 iTI.'fUU for volunteers In the navy $4U> for dia charged soldi'-rs In laralld corps Money pa,d on the spot. Cali early, al 119 Nassau street, room 16 41 nnn FnR THREE TEAR- srB9TIT'TFh ijJI.UvU $7h() for one year substitutes, will be paid rash In hand t' is ds* for each substitute for the armv. Apply at the old established office, 138 Eleventh street, corner Sixth avenue, 41 nnn -F"UR more HOOD MRS WASTED TO vld'o". dev. ca h man will receive the aliove sum aa >oon as passed nv ihc surgeon, ro deduction; ws pay all we protniae. Call at Ir Nassau street, room b. 41 nnn < *c;i >" P#M. 5>1.UUU FOR OWE TEAR VOLUNTEERS. Call immediately at Wo, (91 BROADWaT. rr?? Wo. t. 41 E4<'',l >T,R siisntitctbb for ?PisU^sl tbrrh years; $7W1 to men for ona year. This la no homhug. We pay what we advertise, at No 7 ki change place. Jersey City, up sUira. 41 n^n < AK" DOWN-TWO NCBNTITUTRN ?1,"?UxT wan ed this day for tbe army at $I,(V) ea> h. Two for tho naw at $ *>' each. Call early at Army and Navy Calm Armey 69 Fu ton -treet. 41 nm CASH DOWN -TWO HI' PNTITOTEH ?pi ,IMw wanted this day far the arms at $:,oiy< mcb. Two for the navy at $900 each. Call earlv al tha I'aP rron Bouse. 7ft Cnrllan.il slreel. 4 t QUA ?SUBWTITI'Tl 19 AMI YOLONTBI RK hOR XI .lV". tha army ?Suhetittitea and lol inteers for the armv wanted for one and three year* The highest h-,untie* jiaid bv NTF.IV ART A llBRbKRT, No. I rark I larc, rootn 17. Ih r ,1 Poor 41 'lllll W!LI. BR rAID FOR ONE I II It KB Warn <a) 1. a<UU subaiilule In tbe navy, on delivery m pspsrs. ear.y ibis (Monday) morning App.y to Mr. DA vIU. M Broadway, third story, front room 41 Onn BOUNTY. ?WANTED?FlT? MF.N TO OO 91.^UU a* substitute* for men liable to be drafted; also twenty men to go as volunteers for ono year eight hun 4red cash doe a. also men for the Dsvy a< eesnu n Are men. roa, paeaera. laadamen. stewards rr.eks. and one eera to go on one of the fastest steamers In the asm. where you ran ret plenty ol r rlie money. Come to day. for this is tl e last wselt ol high i>0' in lion. Afir ier*.,n bringing a rrcro t to this office will gex $150. Cap! KIN'f, $9 West atreel, corner ol Cedhr. Q r.lWI MEW WANTRD AH V'll.U.NTBEBU eb.UUU FOR ONK TBAB. $775 ROI'NTY. ONB TEAR ONLY FOR $778 B's d's psv, vlot hlnr ratiooe and rserythlng free; ran )?>in regimcnte doing rarrlsoa duty, of the rhoioe ot any ar , llllery,'wvalry or Inlsatry regiment. Aiplv to the Muprr- i 1 yiar.r of Jeflersnn, New York at 31 Walker street, fciween I , Broadway and ( hurk street 1 Aikiii Ftkl UUUkl,ksKA lei lA.C, ( MILITARY A!?n NAVAL. PvfWl -ABM* NAVY AN!) MARINE CO? PS. " " Rocriuts <1 for regiments doin/ garrl. sou duty near this my. Bounty for out! air $342; for thi-en vr.r? $1 .''9y Mm for the nary hare e etiaucs for prixc (none Ac. 422 Broome street CO iMlii -?'ASU !'AID DOWN, POB TEN MEN AB ?Dt (obnt'iu* . us (oon as the doct >r ptssv'a Ihruu. .,t 14 and 1 '? Ann street, in wine an t !ag-*r beer ,^.4; loin, > 1 ' bo i! t'eutre direct in wine saloon. by MaTHIa ZIMMERMAN !EN WANTED 10.000 MRN VOLUNTEERS OR SUBSTITUTES ?11 F? 1 HI .??T THIt COUNTY OK NEW YORK is T11 r ARM) AND NAVY PAY.MEN f To VOLUNTEERS out l orn AKMY AND NAVY. BOUNTY. -v, For three years?oouttli. eajj ?"or tbr-e years-go-, n uuaeul ?" Total ?"jKA For two years?enmity. For two years?govern.: eut. AM AO l ota) 5*1? I . r Out* * Par?county .... ... -????????????????? for Ofte JCftr?fioverumftnt 100 Total........ $370 HAND MONEY an. ..ruin ? misting h recruit fur either two or three wears w ?' receive in hanil money $30 year w ' Forone.>eal JW PAYMENT TO SUBSTITUTES FOR BOTH ARMY AND NAVT. BOUNTY. County?'or three year* $300 County?for two year* AO County?for one year 170 BAND MONEY Any person enlisting a substitute for either two or three years will receive in hand money $85 For one ear 100 Substitutes both in (he army and navy are required to make out that tiiey are exempt from draft or one of tho following reasons ? 1. Thai he is an alien. 'A Taat lie has served two years in the army or navy dur liSaq present re be lion. 3. That he is under twenty years of age. Volun'cers for the navy must be ab'e to show that they aside 111 iniseountv. ana that they have been duly enrolled 1 tbeir place of residence. The County Volunteer Committee, under Instruction* of the Board of Supervisors, having filled all quotas under all rails tin to this time, announce that they have recommenced the business of recruiting for the army and navy with the view of raising the quota under the existing call by the President fur men. . Hermits or sub tltutes will be received as formerly at the County Volunteer Rooms, in the Park, corner of Broad way mi l Chambers Street, and on the Batter, way muj v c OODFKBV uUNTHER, Mayor. M A TT HliW I" B It K N N A N . Com ptroUer, ORISON BLUNT, Sit|iervisiir, WILLI AM M. TWI.KD. Supervisor, WILLIAM R. STEWART, Supervisor. ELIJAH F- PURDY. Supervisor, County Volunteer Commute?. ORISON BLUNT, Chairman. arw York, July 1G. 18G4. NAVAL PRIZE HONEY, AC. A HOY!?PRIZE MONEY TO SAILORS.? BOUNTY MO A NRY TO SOLDIKRS discharged lor wounds received In battle. Ac. Discharged Navv or Army Officers. Sailors or Senile s, the r Widows or Heirs, PROM PTLY 1'A ID their PRIZE and BOUNTY MONEYS. BACK PAY, Ac., by EDWARD BISKELb. Army and Navy Banker, and late Buner U. s. Navy, 271 Broadway, corner Chambers street, New York. Advances made on prize, officers1 and Soldiers' Claims. Collections made of pensions, arrears of pay due dereu-ed soldiers and seamen. BROWN A SHELDON, No. 3 Park place. New York. A LL PRIZE MONEY NOW PAYABLE PAID BY M. SNYDER, JR., , GOVERNMENT claim ahent, 30 Nassau street, corner of Liberty, New York. u. rsus ?>??*? a LL PRIZE MONEY -??^BLK CAN BF. OBTAINED A ??c*x.5te:r WALDEN, WILLARD *A*JlBao S.* N AVY. bounties. DELAY. Naval rri/.e money. &c.?tub officers and crew of the United States ship Supply, at the time of the capture of the pri/e Stephen Hart, will teeelvo advan tage by addressing Waldcn, Willard A Mcllvaiue, No. 17 Broad street. o FFICERS AND MEN WHO ARE IN SERVICE CAN receive tho'.r prize money st rata by^ app^rityryHi^j ar son or by letter, to WALDEN. WILLARD A Mt.-ILVAINE, 17 Broad street, New York, tod 183 York -trset, Brooklyn. PENSIONS WILL BR PROCURED AT ONCE ON AP plication to WM. STEVENSON, 17 Broad street, N. Y. 1>K1ZE MONEY-CLAIMS FOR THE FOLLOWING I vessels are now payable at MOLLOY A FKOSSARD'S, 187 York street. Brooklyn, and IK2 Soulh street. New YorkNlphen, Iron Age, Unadllla, Housatonlc, Virginia, San Jacinto, Connecticut, Grand Gtilf, James A'lger, Sono ma. Owa"< o Nantucket, Pursuit, Gertrude, Pawnee and others. Also Coinpetisatloti Money for all lost clothing, and Prize Money for coituu captured or picked up. IIE FOLLOWING OFFICERS, LATE IN THE REH rice, will please rail or send their addresses to the Un-ted State., Army Agency, b4 Hleeckcr street, on business of Importance and advantage 10 them ?First Lieutenant P. 1>. Strong, Company H. Eighty seventh regiment New York Volunteers, First Lieutenant and Quartermaster 8 K. Brown Cue hundred and First regiment New York Volun teers; First Lieutenant Henry K. Foote. Quartermaster Second regiment New York f-taie Mnltia; Captain W. C. Hawkeswortb, Company G, Eighty eighth regiment New York Volunteers. %lf ALDEN, WILLARD A McILVAINE. VY ARMY AND NAVY BANKERS, 17 Broad street. New York, and IRS Yum street, Brooklyn, are paying on/.e money lor the Greyhound, captured b? the CONNKCTICUT. First class firemen $1,722 Second class liretrien 1,015 Seamen and coal heavers..... <33 Ol d nary seamen 570 Landsmen .... 4.33 Boys... 407 PEUMl.YAli. t)ONF.Y ISLAND NO AT SUNDAY-WAS SORRY TO > part. If agreeable address liar y B HOARD.?I RECEIVED YOURS OF AUGUST 20, l-s? 1 have teen the teller. An i r )tin--ti, n D laid. I I have ^ot a lotter from 8., and will be on to see you in a few davs. Dan. IEIT. CHARLES 8 MEDARY. THIRD UNITED A States arttller , will confer a favor by sending his prco It address to P. V Ye ranee, lit Whit* street. New York Master charlf.s kicmteb, will please ?eutl word to .3 Cor.laudt Greet of the cause of bis absence. M R. DRNNIS E. SMITH IS REQUESTED TO 81 bi? address to I rederlck Victor and Aelisiis, N. T, Minnie p.-oone out of town for tf.n'd; Address me through personals HALTIMOB 30 DORA.-PLEASE WRITE OR SEND MY EFFECTS to No. 75, care of Maggie, If you do not wish to see rne. G. H. Y. COPARTNER* IIII*. A YOUNG MAN. 8PK YKING ENGLISH AND OKR man. who has ?bo it $2,001, wnuld like to enter Into some respectable raying business, or would accept a situa tion af t lark. Can give goo,I relereacea. Aduross S. P. Key. bos 57 Newark tN. J ) Post office. Any party having $i.oo> to $2,000to spare fob ft to >rt tiroe. cm ijnut^e rapitti mil bar* enUr? con Irol, without tm-ibie or loss of tune; first otass refereoocr. Address T. Keed boi 212 lb-rid office. A MAN OF UNQUESTIONABLE REPUTATION AND business capacity wants an interest In a business thai bars wr , or would h.ty a bus noss that pays well, re, nlrmg small espial preferred^ Address W. H. 1., 14 s II avoiuo A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?$l.0>'?TH - SUM WILL ?si ire a eopirtnership uteres! in an enterprise that will puwitivoiv pay $I.5"| verkly Pruij. A>ur* thing as will 're seen by applying at 503 aod w>5 Ke-sdwav, room o. B* MUTUAL CONSENT AND AGREEMENT MR. I ward Perret Lot/ has wiiiidrawn as partner from bouses in Loe's i Sw:t etland) >nd New York sad sei from to-day to sign the name of -he I'rm. RUT/ miui hubs. 71 Nossau atra* Ntw York August 9. IK* DIB8OLCTI0N.-THB COPARTNERSHIP HP-KITO for*-si Hug b1 tween the subscrmers uuder the firm ol AHre.l Bernee A Co., was this itay dissolved p* rnntuai rors- nt. The hnstneaa of iho f.rm ?111 be -.eilled by Goiter. Keml-le, ,lr No 30 Broadway, who will use the nam* of lb* Arm i* Itquidat.uh ALFRED BBRNET. UOUVK, REM RLE. JR . AHRAM N. HIGIIAM. ' Gl STAVUH A LILLIRNDAHL, DAVID 8YD1U, Haw Ynaa. August 31. IHC4. Partner wanted-witii a moderate capi tel. ID aa established and Sucwsful business, which Is condnctod on a raoh basis, and tatable*I belug grcatlv ax. tended Address Llvingstoa, Herald offi s PARTNER WANTRD-WITH $15,000, TO TaER THH place of a retiring partner in a well established Bust ness on Broadway, which has no competition Bast of r* feranews must lw eiehanged. Only prim ,pals, with real name? will be noticed. Address Merchant, boi lul Herald office. PARTNER WANTBD-WITH A SMALL CAPITAL an estahlished ' usiness, paving 100 percent, conduc for cash only; eapab e ef being attended to toy smeu Address for oae week Partner, bet 130 Herald offica. WANTED-AN ACTIVE PARTINRR. WITH PF $15. s>010 $211,14*1, to jolB the advertisers in purr Ing the Interests >g a rellr or 5rm, both In the mannlnc Ing and jolibing Paper Hangings trad* A record of Or Si-ara hv eeasf ill btsainess to show. AddressJ B bus' ew York Po-toUtco. WANTED-A BUGLE MAN. WITH FROM $201 $3(41. lo fake an oq-tal Interest in a profitable bit tineas without risk, ran mote his home with the ? User, no qtHdoor duties reou-red Address, With ua lors. IN If. M? station (?. New York, * ?7HO -PA^KR'WAETFD in A MAPS, cash ?>l vU. Hantrlai.iir ng business haeall the facilities tu' arry on Ihe husine s, and Drat rlass rash customers Any man wishing lo engage 10 a safe, legitlmato cash butt nnss would do well In spplv on the premieee-the Packing Box fsctory?619 Flfni street, between avenues C and D ttJl nun -PARTNER WA $li av'' vi theatre, to art over $30.0 0. Re?peelablllly an snbetaatiated. POKTRR A C ?PARTNER WANTED, IN A FIR8T C t aa caahtor. 3 early Od responsibility must h HO., 335 Broadway, y.ent n<l/| TO $10,000 TO INVEST-IN ANY MR. ? sMeAg rhanir-H) of insnularturing bus ness l,y a thai run litin ', who could mi aiLTt part, A$dr$<? X. ffkMudMRItflfl. MCHICiL. A OBRMAN A YOUNG LAD*. DAUGHTER more pupi.a for proleshor of luueir. wo^ilil tlki'^ Fif iy eigbvli street. the piano. Call At or addre** 17'- F or liter A Bchlrmei a, 7U1 Broad*' ??????? ? 25?<1. A H. BARMORE, A8PLKNDII> PIANO FOR.?Jr street.?Seventeen ftr=?t manufacturer*. -MS B^e ye?rs wllbout exception pnre medal*. warranted y0nials irom must distinguished the be t 1'iauo made; arista. ? J 7 OCTAVE PIANOFORTE FOR A M AON1Fl' Pinodern improvements, overstrnug oat.", JX aale?Hasj, | magerii, four round corners; lu use se made by eelofe,, e,i8? will be sold for $3Sll; e'egaot Farlo veil Bioulha*Soo. for $2111; K tag-ires. Mirro-a. Paintlnsa. bmia, ro^aoiber and lilting Room Furniture, el assert .'?i'.lilro at 113 West Twenty lliird street, neur btxlb uv tea. Ijj - MAGNIFICENT SEVEN OCTAVE ROSEWOOD .4. Pianoforte, of snpennr tone and fmian, for sale It a great bargain, for oe-h: hss fu 1 Iron Iramo. overstrung bass, round earner*, carved legs, Ac., and fully guaranteed. A milu at 111 Allan wt rii.il F W Apply at It) Allen street IFTY NKW PIANOS, MELODEONS. ALKXANDRB a and Cabinet Organs, at wholesale or retail, at price* ae low as any dretelana instruments run be purchased. Second baud Pianos at great bargains; prices irom $t>0 lo $'A)0. All tlie alajve inslrutcentH io el and rent allowed if purchased. Monthly payment* received fur the name. IO.IKXi sheets of Music, a Hitle soiled, ai ou- cent and a half per page, bash paid lor eecoud band Piano . IIOKA K WATKi.S, 481 Broadway, New York. PIANOS.?TWO BXi'K-LRNT PIANOS FOR 8 A EE, from the b'*t ntasLte, for $325 and $180 respectively. 423 Broome street. _ Those celebrated pianos of.) a c. i irciier, the most rellab'e I'tunos made, wholesale and retail, at moJerate prices, at Ml. -'43. 215, 347 and 240 West Twenty eighth street, near Ninth avenut). 7 ANTED?FOR A FIR8T CLASS VOLUNTEER F choir. Catholic, several good voices, must have a fair knowledge of music, to whom a thorough instruction on the masses, cultivation of the voice, Ac., Will be given. Ap ply at I29X East Twentieth street. INSTRUCTION. ~ A FRENCH LADY, FROM PAIUS, AN EXPERIENCED teacher, lo give IfShoni in the French laugufta? Would ucct pt board in a pleasant family m an equivalent for instruoiiou. Most Kjitislactory reierence given. Ad dress French Teacher, box 242 station H, New Yoric. A PULL COURSE OK INSTRUCTION IN BOOKKERP ing. Arithmetic, Feuinauahip, Corrnapondencde Ac., maybe obtained at GOLDSMITH'S Institute, tb& Broad way, corner of Eighth street. Instruction pr vate if desirede Separate room, tor b.di^R r goLDSMITU Princlp^ ^PARISIAN LADY, OK MANY YEARS' 17XPERL ^ **. euce in teaching her native lan^ua^e, with testimonials nf a high order, in opeu to an engagement. as visiting teacher In a seminary, niiii.il also Instruct a few young ladle* at their own residences. Address Madame, boa lbl Herald olllce. A T PAINIi'S MERCANTILE COLLEGES (KSTAB /V llihed 184!)), 62 Bowery and 28.1 Fulton street, llr'Ok lyn, HookkeepinWriting. Arithmetic, Spelling, Grammar. Navigation, Geomelre, Algebra Ac., taught by the lesson, inonih or ?iuarter. Twelve strictly private rooms for day or evening. AT MANCHAH, 413 CANAL STREET, STUDENTS a\ receive thorough tnsirucilon In Bookkeeping, xritli metic. Writing. Reading. Spelling, Ac. Teruis reasonable. Indidual in tructlon given. Separate apartments for ladle* and private instruction. Writing?12 lessons, (1. Open day aud evening. AT TOWNSEND8 GOMMBRCIAL ACADEMY. 260 Bowery, below Ilousion -trcet. students ot both sexes receive individual Instruction in Bookkeeping, Writing, Arithmetic, Amehra. Beading. Spelling. Grammar r rench, German, Spanish. Latin. Ac. Every opportunity a lorded for thorough and rapid Improvement Terms moduiate. "a" LADY WISIIE8 A SITU ATION AS TE A08BS IN A A School, either public or pi Ivate, or would go as Gover ness, und is a good musician. Address E. D. , Herald ofiice. All wanting thachf.rs or schools, posi tions or pupils, should address communUatlona to the American Educational Union, 71a Broadway. N. Y. Teach, ers and educational correspondents wanted throughout the coantry. Semlnar.es, $13o to $400; salaries, $100 to $2,000. Boys are prepared quickly and practi cally for buslne-s at DOLBE A R'S Commercial Academy, 600 Broadway. Tbev are trained iato healthy, manly busl ne-s habits, become quick at figures rnpid business penmen and good bookkeepers. Geutlemcn can secure private rooms. CHARL1ER FRENCH INSTITUTE. Nos. 48 and 5u F.sst Twentv-fourth street will re open Sei l'-mbcr 20. Hoarding and Uav School; a primary department; pupils prepared for college, business. West Point and the navy school. The prospectus of the school contains the names of the pupils and those of their parents for the past nine years. Prot. LL1E CHARLIEII, Director. /CLIFTON FEMALE SEMINARY? TBN MINUTES' \ j walk from Vanderbilt Landings Ftateu Talaiid, N. Y. For Board. Washing. Fuel and Light, $100 per annum. The vear ia divided into two sessions of twenty two weeks earn. Fall t> rm commences firs' Wcdneadav iu October. Fore r rulars apply to A. a WALFOKD, Siapleton, Staten Island, New York. DR DUI.ON'S GERMAN-AMERICAN INSTITUTE No. 1 West Twenty sixth afreet, will reopen Tuesday, September 13, l?6t. Announcement* to be rnaue at No. 44 Weel Twenty-sixth street; A lew boarding pnptls will ne ie<'cived. Full istrtlculars can be bail by reference to the programme. ____ English, krengh and Spanish HOARDING a.M? DAY SCHOOL. Mme. C. MKAKS. 221 M.idl?on a.euiio, second door from Thirty-eighth street, wiii reopen on Tuesday, Scp?embcr20. Mine.'M. will be at home nfier Set leinber (. All letters ad dressed to her prior to that date will be promptly amwered Fort Washington frbnch institute: i: th street and Kingsbr.dge roa!.?The cissy* will com mence on Mei-t-mber 12; boarders are admitted after the 6th. Circulars at 67 Cedar -treat, 7"! an I D'3 Broadway. M. A. LESl'INASSE. Principal. I3RBNC1I AND GERMAN LANGUAGES.?FROFL8SOR K. TELLE RING. 810 Broadway, will receive personal application* tor priva.e tuition 1n those language* and eon Veiaat on Sic ee?*i nllv a<tahh*hed in New York sluce lSi'2. A leo Latin an4 l'Aoglais anx strangers Greenwich, conn?the fall term ok the Greenwich Institute tan English and Clas-lcat School for bov* under fourteen years of ace) will begin September 13. Military drill practiced. Pnr dr nlar* applv to HARRY PEI K, Principal. MANH ATTAN AlMDKMY, 127 We t Thirty second Street, (Christiun Brother*.) This Institnllon will h? oi cne.i for the reception of\*tn denl* on Monday. September A, and during the ensuing week. Osss duties will commenco on Monday, Bepiember 12, 1884. Miss AlKEN'S seminary (STAMFORD, conn. ) for vo ing ladies, will open September 12. For circu lar* apply to the principal, O. AIKEN. M ISS CBOLH'R, 321 WERT FIFTEENTH STREET, J\| pupil ol AVm Mason, resume* her ln*sc>ns in Music Sept. S Term* $10 Sdand $14 to all pupil* engaged before Sept. 10. A few beginners taken at $7. At home each d*y from 8 to 10 A. M. _ Mrs henry sungi s knglish. french and German Boardln ? and Day R hool wdl reopen Tues day, Sept. 6. 171! and 175 West Thirty-ninth street. MONS I. DE GRANl'-VAVS HOARDING SCHOOL for bov-, Hoboken, N J., reopens on tlie I*t of Sep tember. Circulars at 130 Broadway, Excelsior lusorance Bti'.ce. Manhattan atip' vv icmnirtiannoniEP.-o. No 127 Mem Thrlv -eeond si reel. New York ? lb is lOKiitiitlen will be nimaed on Monday, sept- inb- r 181M SANK BOl'CI SEMINARY?BALLRTON Sl'A, SaRATO ga countv. If. *.. w ill reopan on Thuisday. September S. The principal. K*v D. AV SMITH, will bo <u New York on Tu#*da> and We.lues lav. Kept, b nnd 7, and .an be eeen at I'acil.c Hoie',. from 10 until 2 each day. He will also accom pany youug ladies lo the Seminary. TCiriOX?FOR KALE CHEAT. OR AY ILL EX change for Good*. $100 or $200 tuition *t the Rutgers Female institute, N. Y. Apply to J. J. BONNET A CO , 34 Liberty street. _ WANTED-A FEMALE TEACHER, WELL QUA LI lied to teach the English elementary branches and le Instruct the voung ladles in needlework. Call ai the In stitute. 134 West 31th su. between 4 and 6 H. M. DAM INU ACADEMIES. BALI.RTMA8TER DUMAR'S PRIVATE nANriNO Academy, 35 Seventh avenue, on Thirteenth etreet.? C.asa leeson* every dxv and nigh'. Redowa Wall* and *i? fashionable Dances taught perfectly In alx private lessons. CH. RtYRRS' BANCINO ACADEMY. NO. S3 SUHER . mrrhotn street. Brooklyn, will reopen on Tueedey, Reptember 6. Send for a clrcu ar. J A. MACPHERRONK DANCING ACS DEMY 260 . now open for the eeaeoa, at Military Hall. 1*3 Bowery, Daya uf tuition. I es.ia * and Fridays, afternoon and even Ing. Send tor circular ' Beeidence, 182 Grand street. S'flNOR <1 PLANC1 RBEFFCTFOLLY INFORMS HIS friend* thst o* will ooen his Dancing Acsdemy at <24 Brnalwsy, opposite the New York Hotel, on Thursday, Kept, mber 8 FIRMTVRK. A N EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY FOR HOUSE J\ keepers ? All iheelegsnt Hon nbo'd Furniture of a private family wld be seln at a greal saerihee for ea*b?mag nificent ro-ewood Pianoforte, three elegant Farlor Kutta. rosea und htagrre. marble top Tables, Coriataa, ivorv Clock, Brnrseis Caruet, furalsh Italy Chairs and Lounges. Ac.; also a jol of Bedroom and Dluing Room Furulture. Inqeire at 119 Wesi Eighth street, near sixth avenue. a magnificent assortment of household A Furaliitre for sale at a saw I floe ? Rosewood 1'ianoforve, Eiogere*. Parlor Hutta, Centre Tables, Mirrors, Boekease. Fainting*. Statuary, Vases, Carpets, Hu6ets, Kxtenelon Table, thine. Gleas. Bilierware. Chamber "/nlture eu suite, in use seven moeihs. W II be sold '"j11 J'"?",'' chaser*. Inqulie ot 113 West Twenty third street, near ?nth avenue. . I^OU ^ A I * I A FAMILY UF. A DV TO MOTR OFfKRR H for naif la-day. a Bull of i.otia?? Furnlt'irt, B#da, and a black Hit it* ?f Makofooy and hair Kuroltnra. Apply at No 8 Tenth street, nrar Buth avenue. RPORT1IS. -* kO/ifl i ou , i l ITALIAN GRKY 11 Of NDS, BLACK 1 ) ?'ud Van* aa^l "wfou.dlandi Them, do,e will be ?,ld e* r?a-onabie pri, es. Inquire at 174* Thompson Street, near Bieecknr. _ .. * ? ?*vnritf FOR HAT.K- ?A PAIR OK HAlDBOlI NKW 1) foundland Dogs, gui'd welsh dogs; Nswfnundlend vhr* Bull Terriers. ItaTdn Grayhonnds, smell blaeh and taw f'sFYivri. Mcotrh and dkyf TfriiWA Un Temere. Hcoicn a JO|^N ukay, u Roosevelt etreet oiTBA^-THir 8 LOOP V Ai TIT A HI EL. ABOUT 13 ion* te e keel boot, built of nek. In Ihe innsl ?ub*tsn tlal manner ssiie. spare *ebs, nsglng aod equipments of ihe b*??ualliysnd fa flrsl rsle order, be- e* unmually (Ten. and wall furnished cabin IS a fair sailer sad ? inost ..|Y 2nd *e*werthy ye hi Applv .0 Mr ROI Kb El Cttm tier land Coal (V. ?? BroaSwsy. J50R <Al.b-THI.RE NEWFOUNDLAND DOG8 ONR 1 extra-.nitnsrily hundsn'T e, jet block, the beet breed, nest trained watch d g .n the four *.el- 'Terriers. ?mall of the purest breed, five rtlsrk and Tan Pups, ol a very small breed, fn r rtaiisn Pups, as Seller Pups, ecven pointer I'upe *lx Hull Ten er Pupe. Kim CI ?/ ?u hfwd*. iAertaa Itftti. MM Su>hfc ? mio Jj^ASHION COURSE, LONG ISLAND. 910,mid'. TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS! 910,000) TUE GREATEST MATCH OF TBB SEASON. ? WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER T, AT 9 O'OLOOE. WKDNHMDAY nEKT. 7. WEDNESDAY, 8MPT. 7. TWO MILES AND REPEAT, IN HARNESa Johu Loveit oamei bik. g. GENERAL BUTLBB. U. McLaughlin uausesbr. s GEO. WJLEE8 ('ate Filling ham.) Special and exclusive airangementa have been made for (tin great lualch between these lusty renowned Chatrtpieda 01 the trotting turf, end the llinutaods mteudlng to be pre* sent t..uv rest a-iured that the must ample facilities will IM affui Jed lliem not only of reach in* the course,' but rtltm* log troui u alter the race wlth-ease and comfort. tf I* hC IA L* TRAINS will leave the lluuter'i Point station of the Plashing Rail road at I Hi A M , IJi P. M., ?nd the last train in seasns for the trot at I-1 P. M.: the boat leaves James' Slip OOW half hour previously to each train ; and Thirty-fourth street ferry every lire minutes for llmuer'a Point throughout lb* day. JOSEPH CKOCHEBON. Manager. PATERSON FALL RACE8. September IS, 14 and 15. No postponement on account of the weather. Kirsi Do. ?Premium $2Ct?, a . ages, mile heats. The St. Leger. $1 0 0. miles, 27 entries. Premium $500, all apes. 2 mile heats. be onu U?v.?Hurdle race, $Wt>. two miles. 8 bnrdle*. Underwood Gift. $2X1 all as**. 1 mile. The trial stakes, 7500. 1', mile, 19eulrlelv Premium $41X1 all ages S miles. Selllnv race. $300. 1'4 miic. Ti< utii Day.?The Sequel stakes. $300, 3 Biles, 12 entries* Premium $40i). all ages 3 nule heats. The Conso'atinn Premium, $3 "0, all ages, 1*? mile. No gambiinc allowed on the Course, no liquor sold, ana Ho intoxicated per-on admitted Kieellent accommodation for ladies has b en provided Trains of the Brie Railway stop at the Conr?e. An extra train, with care for ladles* leaves foot of Chambers street at 1145 A. M., returning immediately after last race each ilar, R. B. CHI8WBLL, Secretary Passaic County Agricultural Society. NlON COUR8E, L. I.?TROTTING.?ON MONDAY, Sept. 5, ut X o'clock, a match ot $400, mile heats, best three in five. In harneas. .? Lovett names A m. Lady u Bayard; Mr. Walker names hay mare. SHAW A WHITE, Proprietors. Onion coursx. l. i.-trottino.-on Tuesday^ Sept. fi, at 3 o'clock, purso and make of $170, mil* heats, best three in live, to wauons. T Seaman names bay" colt; i*. ('ration names s g tshut; H. Woodruff names b. m. Moll Pitcher; D. Pilfer names g. m. Crinoline; J. Woodruw names b. g. General; D. Mace name* s. g. Hickory. SHAW ,fc WHITE. Proprietors. IIOKSHS, CARRIAGES, dcC. GENTLEMAN'S PRIVATE TEAM. SEPARATE OR together, perfect in saddle and harness; an elegant Victoria. H ewsier; also, a l'arit Phaeton, almost hewjJ three -eta Harness, Bridles. Saddles, Rugs. Whins. Ac. The property of a gent eman .oiug abroad. Inquire at Lent's Palace stables. Fourteenth street. A A A TOP WAGON FOR SALE Cli EAP-CITT MADH r\. and in p-rfeet order. Also, a light Road Wagon, but little used, mad* by Brewster a Co, of Broome street. Arp .v at l.'S East Thirty sec nd street, between Third and Lexington avenues. Achat horse for- bale-5 years old, is hands high, warranied sound and kind. Price $2UU. Also a covers 1 Business .Vacon, cheap. App'y at T. Norrls* IIvery stable. Eighth street, between Sixth avenus and Ma'doiigal street. BEAUTIFUL TURNOUT-CONS1STINO OF A u a. bouutifut pair of well mat'bed bo Pones. or great f.oshioii ami beauty, easv drivers, gentle, and without ? lau t; warranted thr|ualioiit. Also light top Road Wagon, of city manutacture. the mo-t fashionable make, with stylish Harneas, Alitban, Neu Mai, Ac.; all warranted, and so d only t--r the reason that the owner Is about going to Europe. Can be seen to day at 124 Clinton place (Eighth street), near Sixth avenue. O. W. HUBBARD. Jr., 110 Broadway. A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT FOR SALF?CON9I8T ing o' beautiful pnlr of Bay Horses, 15M hands high, 7 and 8 wars old, long tail, naif brothers, well matched, ok great fashion and beautv, likely from the country, per fect y sound and gentle; also light covered Road Waoon. to get' er with ?tvhsh Harness, making one of the most band a >nie establishments in the city. Sold only for the reason that the owner i? about going to Europe. Price 91.51.0. Can be seen at 119 West Twenty-tblrd street, Mickey's stable, at t P. M. on Monday. A NUMBER of neat business WAOOMS CON ttantiv on nand. made in tbe best raanuer. such aa Grocers , Butchers'. Milk. Feed and K pr-ss Also lotns secon ' band Wagons, in stood order, cheap. STEWART'S Wacon Ka-tory, Fifty-third street, belweea Broadway and Hi .htli at MM. A STUD, FIVE YEARS OLD. )4t< HANDS, BRIGHT bay; i? & splendid saddle horso; 1* touud. kind aodt gent * A-o. an Indian Saddle Pony. II hands.as quiet an ? dog: has been used by children. Inquire in tbe clothing store, 477 Pearl street. / 1ARKIAOES AND WAGONS FOR SALE?3)0 LIGHT a - fain !v Carriage .Bucglos. Grocers and Business Wagouti also. 100 secondhand <T Triage* and Wacons, offal 1 kinds, selling oil cheap; aiso 2u Horses at a low price. Apply at 10 Nevins street, Brooklyn. FOR SALE?THE FINEST TROTTING STALLION and Stock Uorso on the island. Sound, kind and gen tle in single or double earnest Sold for want of use CaU gt s^blo ^tlantic avenue, opposite Fort Green place, For sale-a bay horse, black manb and tail, 15J. hands high, sound and k nd. seven JtfTf ojj, a good roadsler. Is splendid under the saddle; nai bean rldeu by a colonel In the army; Is very shouev and would be a horse that any military gentleman would fee proud of. Lowest cnxh price $2-.'ft. Ap.ily to .1. T. DKOWNK, 2W Broadway, auy time unti; September 10. For kalk-a large, fink donkey wiwh cab rlage uti 1 Harness all complete au t suitable for chi'. dren in the country. T > be seen at the stabl#' 15. Washing, ton street, near the corner of Liberty, IJtOR SALK?A PAIR OK STOUT TRUCK HORSE*. . Sold for the want ot u-e. Prle- $450. Apply at T. R. TKII'Ll. R'S lumber yard, 207 K.st Fourteenth street. FOR 8 ALE?a brown iiamrletonian mare, l.'i . hat! Is high, long flowing tall, a perfect beautv. 7 years old. Warranted sound and kind, and ran trot in 2 35 sure. Lowest price $2,500. Atkire-sJ. W. W., box 112 He rald office, P^OR SALE.?A GOOD STRONG TEAM OF WORK l!or?es for sale verv cheap, having been used aa coach hordes lu a country hotel now I reakmg up. For further particulars am ly at 170 Hleecker street. IROR SALE?A WHITE MARE, GRACEFUL. KIF ) t**ii hnnd- hlclt, tine roadster sound ?nd kind in any htrne*s quiet, and w*l. sult*d fur family use or tor a pbysi* clan. Price S15c. The owner " business al'oids him no time to use her. Inquire or M R. 8' 'OTT, 57 Irving place. FOR FAI.E?HORSE, WaOON. harness, blan ket?. Ac . be-ti used but two months; Wacon, roai l-o* pattern, shifting top; Horse, young, sound and fast. Will be sold chsap. Inquire at 277 Third avenue. For svie-a span of horses i5>$ hands high; color dark brov.-n, verging on black: one eight and the other nine last spring: well marched, easy drivers, excellent saddle horn- ; warranted so ind sad without fault. Also a 'o.ered Phaeton, s .liable for winter and summer, made by Wood brothers, and only three months m use For particulars apply at 31 Braver street, t . it t'oor, I TOR SALF-A GOOD llo:;sE AND SPRINQ I'AUI and Iia< m-ss will ha sold on ncrount of goin,; in the eountry. Apply at No. 77 West Thlriy-titsl street, between Sixth and Seventh avenue,. FOR SALE-VERY STYLISH HOC ARB BOA TO? ami n-> top W agons; also Coal Box Wagon,, two seal square top Whgon. second hand Buggies. Call at WIKGBL ft GARY'S. 6ti West Twenty fourth street. For sale-a sorrel horse, six tears old, 15 ban s high, kind and sound, and well ralrulAled tot groeerv or e?pie,K huelucse. Call at HI2 Seventh avenue, Irom it) to 2 o'clock. IpOE SALE?THRKR HACK COACHES; TWO OT them almost new, sli Homes, three s*te of Harness Inquire in the livery stable coruer or Myrtle avenue and Rvemoe street, Brooklyn, for three (lays. For sale-a stylish dark bay carriage or coupe Horse, C year, old iti hands, perfectly sound and kind; a superior .or e In evert respect; to d only lor wani ?r ltsg.1 Inquire ul the pilvsb- stab.e 89 West lweoly tifth airo*t. I TOR SALK?A SCPKRIOK PAIR OF Mt'l.KB." I? hands high, suitab.e for a truck or any kind of work. Cto i>* seen on Tuesday, between the hours ot 10 and 2, at l.n Mardeuga! street. For salr-a fine bat horse, bight trarb "Id, 15t% hands high, sound and kind, and can trot his mile In three minutes, a light Road Wagon, nearly new, and nne set of single Harness, both city made The abnve wil, he sold at a great sacrifice, as lbs owner Is going to Europe, fan be seen at the private stable corner or Forty-sixth street and Brsadway. IBOK 8ALR-A GOOD. STRUNG TRAM OP WORKING r Horses; wl.l be sold very cheap. Have been used aa coach homes frr a country hotel now breaking np. For far ther particulars apply at I7t> Hleecker street. Fu on ralf-a large black trotting iiorsb, bobtail, very Inst. Must l e sold before Thursday. Ia quire of li It IIAHCuCK. 94 Chamber- street. FTOR sale cheap-one single set of har ness nearly new, amtab e for any buainc-s, prloe $29. Also a Riding Hamlin and Bridle. Apply at C22 Keveulb avesue, two door, shove Forty-aixth street. LIVKRY STABLE?WANTBDJTO HIRK OR BUY OI71 some sma I statile In upper part of the ctly, between Tuent fifth and Fortieth streets. Addresawlth full perllcu lsr?. Livery Stablo, Cltltuo, Stalen Island. ctablf FDR sale-building COVERING THK XJ entire lot, 2')xl03 feel Accommodstinssfor ten hor-sc and wagons on one floor. Inquire of O. H. 1IBNCKEN, Seventfi avenue, corner of Fifteenth street. Thf rkgular wrfkly auction balk or Ifor e?. ftc . will take place this dav si the New York Herao Ba/nar. Hroadwsv, eornrr of Thirty seventh si re St. at winch will be sold one splendid Saddle Horse, hay, I4M bands high, sound and kind; several Work Horses and a few very fast Road Homes; one Con tie, English build, newly dons up; oae 'g seat coal hot Road Wagon, several Top sis no top Wagons and three Huxloe'S Wagons, dilferent alias: three sets double and atx sats single Harness; noe splendid Bide Kaddle and Hrld'e, good s? new. Role at thr*e o'eloek praclatly. rain or shine. CHAS. WILLS. Proprietor. Travelling tea* for half?a dapklk ??rat and s dark colored, single or together; Both rirsDsnl pole horses. To be seen st Hh Wouster street. Trottibo TEAM FOR BALR-A DAPPLB OgAr snd a dark colored, singly or together; both excellent bole horses, to be seen st nfl Wooater street w WAGONS FOR BALM?OF OUR OWN MANUPAO lure. Three new leather top Bti gles, two no loo Bug gies, three second hand ton and one no top. ACKHKMAN ft RADLI Fl-. f.,J and 6i5 Hudson st. ANTBD-A GOOD 8BCOND nAND ONB IIORSB coven-d Carriage. Heat" l r lour persons. Mfust bc> In (sod order. Address, staling price, bos 9.2T6 Post office. COAL, WOOD, AC. aV . -... etu Blfhteenth street, bB LKIB ralk-veby GOOD WOOD-PRR i^?ad. I1 us sno ?I 28- two load, together, $'? snd $8 29; fiss and delivered Wimd yard W7 East Btghtesnlh street, WIRK ft KN8LLB8. f) PRR ION FOR THE RENT RED AND WHITB ipl Ash, Stpv#, Egg and Fsrnaee Goal; Nut fit, screened snd delivered. Apply at 14-i Waverlev place, 345 Bowery. A TREADWRLL, Agent MATRlDIONlAli. = *" UNMARRIED LADIB9 WHO WAST TO MARBt! address ti. O. Gray, box 127 Herald offloh $|ato yens IWUM