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WHOLE NO. 11,619.
A FRIEND FROM El'ROPE WOULD LIKE TUB ADtlreM
of D? Cameron, wb? formerly hved In Thirteenth
>UMt Addreaa, through ptraocals, Europe.
(central park-saturday evening WILL the
' Toorg laflf in bhir, wfth while Fcn^u paraaol, obllm
an old admirer by MDAiiig addreaa to Barry WINun, Herald
Herman f. rohde will confer a favor on
Uw eetate of Mllten St. John, deceaaeri, If he will call
at hu early convenience upon ibe executor, at hit office,
room 32, No. 20 Exclude place, New York, or *eoil bin adllKML
HH., WHO ASKED FOR ADDRESS of MARY, foe
meriy of Fifteenth itreet, In Herald of May 8, will find
ausweraddresaed am directed. M. H. b.
I NFt lKMATi( is WANTED-OP WILLIAM VOOHT
1 Ax.nl, from Umu-CumI, Germany; baker hy trade. Any
uilcrrji.-k'.ion will be thankfuJy received by his sjsier, Elual*tb
Kinler. Address M Kirn avenue.
NIBLO'S-SATURDAY EVENING, YOUNO LADIES
parquet, second row. wblte coal and vest; changed teat
Please adilre?i Eugene, Herald.
Nellie-save trouble bv reti rninq bekore
Tuesday, 12 o'clock, things taken by using false key#.
Return them to Jennie's bouse, to station house or lo deteclives'
cilice, M Mulberry street. Clear case and track gut of
you. Parasol, hairbrush, Ac., Ac. Place soli
PEMBROKE.?$75 REWARD FOR THE RETURN OF
those shirts ai.d no questions asked. Address H., Herald
THOMAS' i.'ARDEN.?VOU DID NOT MEET ME CORner
Twenty -niith street at sis o'clock. I pray you address
C. P. <}., box 111 Herald o0>?.
4TH AVENUE CAR, FRIDAY AFTERNOON?.WILL
lady with Mark silk dress send her address or make ;in
appointment with the geiuleinau who left the car ut Thirtieth
street and walked to rairty-seeond htreet, where she changed
ears? Address F. L. B., Herald office.
A-STORAOE FOR FURNITURE, TRUNKS, BAOOMB
. or other property?Separate rooms, all sizes; goods
taken tip on elevators; porters, truckmen, Ac. on hand.
HAEGER, 300 Thirty-fourth street, coruer Eighth avenue.
A -LADIES DO NOT QO TO THE COUNTRY WITH
out an otunt for a complete development of the bust hs
i.l.l <A\1 l(rr.M<l?M<. n. IS V.ct TosntUlh >ln?t lin.v
J UMEL'S preparations for development (old everywhere.
A -WANTED, AN ODD AMOUNTOF UNION PACIFIC
Railroad Stock of the road running west from Omaha.
Any one having twenty-five or fiftv shares will end a cash
purchaser by addressing M. C. E., Herald office.
4?TNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD.UEj
Hartford, Juno 19, 1868.?We have to acknowledge the
receipt, from an unknown source, of $80, returned to us as
"conscience" money. J. GOODNOW, Secretary.
1> RICK LAYERS, ATTENTION.?SPECIAL NOTICE TO
Jj all whom It may concern.?On and after Monday, June
2S, the hours of labor will be from 8 A. M. to & P. M., with one
bo ur lor dinner and a reduction of lilty cents per day from I
the present rate of wanes. By order of the Operative Bricklayers'
P. and B. Union of the cltv of New York.
M. J. Daly, Sec. sAMi EL R. UAUL, Pres.
FOR 8ALE-10.IIUO PISTOLS (COLT'S PATENT', ALL
perfect and complete, guaranteed ; very cheap. Address
C. M. P., Herald oBlce.
NEW YORK, Ji NE 17, 1868. -AT A MEETING OF THE
corporators of the New York City Central Underground
Railway Company held this day at No. 58 Broadway, the following*
gentlemen were duly elected Director*
William B. Ogden, William K. Duncan,
John J. Blair, Andrew H. Green,
William E. Dodge, Edward Dodge,
Lewis B. Brown, lleorge W. McLean,
Jeorge Griswold, Henry Smith,
J. Bouruian Johnson, Henry F. Tail,
HENRY SMITH, Chairman.
Jobei ii Dixon, Secretary.
OFFICE OF COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE
for the Eighth district of New York, comprising the
Eighteenth, Twentieth aud twenty-urst w.-irds of the city of
New York -Notice is hereby f.lven, pursuant to law, that I
have recoved from the. Asschsur the lints ol the valuations
and enumerations of property subiectto tax under the "Act
to provide Interna1 revenue to support the government, to pay
lute.est on the public debt and foi other purposes," approved
3? th June, 1?M, aud the acts amendatory thereto, approved
3d March, 1 td-j, 13th July, lUriti, and 2d March. lSd'i, that the
duties and taxes enumerated therein have become due and
payab'c, and lira I will attend personally or by deputy for
we collection of the same at my ollice, i-37 Broadway, daily
(Sundaysexcepted), from the 15th June until the 11th July,
18BH, inclusive, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 4 P. M.
The lists herein referred to comprise the special taxes on
tnuies, professions, Ac., and the taxes on carriages, billiard
tab es, pold watches, gold and silver plate, for the year endin
1st May, 1P68, and the tuxes upon Incomes for the year
end lug 31st December, 1W7.
A. SPAULDING, Collector.
TO CAPITALISTS.-! HEREBY FORBID ALL PERSONS
of buying oi using In any way a certain Gas Generating
Machine, called Sloane's Patent i.as Generator, as I am the
inly person that has a right to sell, and have ail papers recorded
showing the only title. It was patented Novembers,
lWi7. CAR CARPENTER.
TESTIMONIAL.-IN BEHALF OF THE FASflDfOERS
onboard the Rising Star, P. M. 8. 8. Company, on her
voyage from Aspinwall to New York, arrirlng In last named
port May 14, we desire to express our deep appreciation of
the I'flicfency of Cuptaln Hecry P. Conner aud educated as
well as ceutlemanly officers, lor safe passage through e?tremcly
dense fog and rough weather winch aillicted us for
three days ere our arrival. He was most faithful In all duties,
cvliiclng superior judgment under trying circumstances. His
kind attention and courteous deportment on ail occasions,
alw.ivs well timed and most DroDer. are also worthy of com
mendation, though itllt more our sufety throimt hi? proficiency
and the Higher Rnler of "wind and wave."
We respectfully tender our soul filled thanks and earnest
wlshe* for hi* continued success In his well chosen, early and
noble pro'easlon (he being almost. If not, the youngest captain
In the company), fur whicb he Is emphatically no tuperi
orly qualified ami acknowledged.
YAC'HTK, HTEA1WBOATS, Arc.
L^OH SALE-STEAM YACHT MARY; THE FASTEST
r and completed in New York; now at foot of 124th nreet,
IjlOR 8ALE-SLOOP YACHT NELLIE, EIGHTEEN
1 torn, very able, well found and In perfect order, jn*t
outlined for the season. To be ae?n foot of Court street,
Brooklyn. Addreas box 1*7 New York Post ofllre.
LMM PALB-A FINE 8LOOP TACHT, ABOUT TWENTY
I" tons, one year ol?l; has a spacious cabin, and la In complete
order. Also a Cat Boat, twenty feet long, eight feet
beam, nearly new, with Sails, Awnings, Cushion*. Ac.; will
he mild low. Can be (ecu at shipyard root of Bridge street,
YACHT, CAT-RIOOKD, 28 BY 11 FEET, NEARLY NEW,
thoroughly found, faat and Miff, built for and used by a
private, party, for aale cheap. Addresa box 401 Post olhce.
or apply to JOHN F. MUMM, (iowanus Bay.
INSTKI < TION.
\T PAINK'H COLLEGE, 62 BOW ERY AND 347 FULton,
Brooklyn.?Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Qraminar,
Spelling, taught privately,day and evening; 211 writing Isssons
?2 SO ; juvenili s same per month during their vacation.
AYOCNO oentleman VERSED in classics and
modem languages desire* en -aaemcnt during summer ns
tutor, lu or out of city ; relent to lirst families of eity. Address
Professor, Hernld oilier.
ATEAHIKR. WANTED, A MH'Nii LADY THoRouiilily
competent to instruct some young girls In music
and English ttudle* to resid* In tlm family; good health and
rei'ommendiUton required. Addreas Mm. Bench, Dam n,
Conn., forty mile* from city, on Nrw Haven Railroad.
A HOOD H A.NDWIMT1NO TAUOIIT IN TEN LESSONS.
Clans, $5; private, 11 Terms reduced one half for
this month only. OOLllSMITIl, 42 East Fourteenth atreet.
1)1 IJilSS WRITING, PRACTICAL BOOKKEEPING,
I ) An.? Mi wra. DOLBEAR, tiny Broadway, remove stiffness,
cramping or trembling I mm the worst hand and guarantee an
elegant business style of penmanship to every student. They
also qualify pupils lor head bookkeepers. Open day und
veniiig h I summer.
?1 - PAYS FOR AN IK LIMITED AJOCRSE OF IN ir
I' * slrucJon In Bookkeeping. WrllHg or Arithmetic at
Town*enrs linslness College, afil Bowery. Youths and
adu l? of both s?ic* rewive private Instruction in English
hoo pieces Foulard Mnhalr. at 4 fa., worth "Sc.,
warranted to wash.
Real Mohair In new light shades for suits.
ft eases new Pique for dreases, the very best make, at 85c.
per ynnl, worth 41 2ft.
Full line of new goods in Ureas Silks, Woollen*, Travelling
Materials, Barege*, Grenadines, Organdie*, Jaconet*, Linen*
for garden wear, Ae., Ac.
An Invulre ol black Mlka, much under th* market valne.
LEORAIN, 729 Broadway. !
J^T (IRA N II STREET CIIEAl' STORE.
Large*! and cheapest stork of Straw Good* In thia city.
Colored Lares and Yell*. Prices down.
Silk*, Bstin*. \ el vets. Press Trimmings nnd Frlnres,
Yankee Notions; Corset* at tH'-c., <5r. and tl.
Che.ttiest Parasols this sn.soo.
Oemrln?otrt Olnvaa, Hn?t?rv, Kmhrnldrrtoa, IJnen llandktrrlilcfu.''ollam
and Tulta, Kid and Ktil KlniibSIJk
Ul?*ra at<Mtr.,6?c., H2He. nn I 76c. pair.
81)!?, 811 nml 311 .W Grand ami ?6, W ami 70 Al>n utrcct,
Fifth block rant from the Mow cry.
A*~ T I' STKW VST'S, MB BOWBRY,
I'aramla, Paraaol*. I'arannl*,
Silk rata*(Ml thin wfrk at 7? wnta. :
Our bcxl ruffivt ami lined t'araao!*, .
In all colors, at TS .">0, .
Pn'd in < thi-r atorva at $4 50 and
A~~ T P. XTKWAKT'H. m HuWT'flV KID CiLOVEs" j
i< M?vf>? and T 't ' I nn ,.i OlovMk "
Our K M uioraa at Mi<'.; nor1li$l.
Our Htlk an I Tit < ail ?i n?ea ut :^lr.; worth 7fM>., and *11
olh* r (;nodn lotv. J
I'omr aiid courlnce y?, r?cl:'. .
[ TAKJ'I'.TS, CARPKTft, t' A RVKTJT- WE KKLT AND
1/ m> nthly I'xjinmta taken for Carpet*, Oilcloth*, Window
hhat:r?,lc., Ac. D. KKI.L.Y A CO., J
?'?ro?r Twn.ty filth irtreet and Sixth avenue. ?
N- P. --Omul chanc* for hntiiifkec]ieti*.
. I7n Fifth iitmno,
i* wiling oil her (inf at/.ck of
Lacea. Hr< ??i-?, Cloak*, Ac.,
ut *? ri low price*. preparatory in removal.
LifbUNII Off. "
n A >?'*? M of Due I.lpMie and CofwUl 1
< at radnced price*.
KBMILtiK, H70 Brrai'way.
^JTKAW UOODP, fifiiAW ??OOI)?T "" " II
^ Wi timinhi lart-r lot* flij? wrek in all ahupeii from lilt'. t? li
Jir un Ihe ilol nr, Mid we intend tocjcir Ih.-m out ?t thr "a-ne li
niw iatr? S?i cntilf < POQti If yi.?? want atliuir. Tlif liado ti
liriai y 'fcall fllli- P
P. STEWART, Ut Etwtry. a
_ TUB TURF.
NARRAflANBKT PARK, PROVIDENCE, R. 1?THB
puraea for the July mertiau wtlirloee on Tuesday, 2Sd
inn., at 9 P. M. Addre* UKORUE H. BM1TH, Secretary,
Providence, R. I.
SPORTING-DOGS, BIRDS, AC.
All, KIND* OP FANOY DOOS AND BIRDS POR
i*Je. Medlelnta for all dmeaaea. Prepared Pood for
mocking blrda, and Malit-ae KUleua and Italian Oreybouod
Pupa, at B. DOVEY'S. Nua. il and 6 Greene street, corner ol
All breeds choice dogs and medicines.?
PRANCIS BUTLER, No. 3 Peck slip. Butler's Intal
iiDin .nange ? ure and riea Kitcrm.nator, <6 cent*. euuers
new work, $2. turn (lock Do^s.
Francis butler, no. s feck sup, is about to
take his accustomed "European trip" aud is prepared to
execute faithfully all order* in the -'animal liiie" from a
white elephant to a white mouse, more especially (logs,
hokhem, cakkia(<es, &( .
AT JOHNSTON ? VAN TASSELL'8
111 East thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue,
ON TUESDAY, Jl'NK 23, AT 12 O'CLOCK,
an elegant brown trotting Uorae, IBH hands, 7 years old, sired
by Ira Alien, dam the celebrated trotting mare Mary Taylor;
was broken when 5 years old and used since for private driving
in New England; he trotted a half mile last fall in 1 :22;
pedWree warranted; also warranted sound, kind and true,
ireeTrom tricks in stable or out. Also a three-quarter seat
trotting Wagon, built by Duseubury and Van Dtuier, In tine
order. Several other Horses and Carriages, Harness, Ac.
A-KOR SALE, ON TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 23, B\
. public auction, without reservation, nt No. 24 Duane
street, at 12 M. By order of J. H. Brlggs, Assignee.
The uelebiated trotting liorae known as Bav Uildinc, 164$
high, 7 years old. has trotted In public and repeated 4 heats,
driven by Isaac raulding in less than 2:38; is excceeillngly
nne orcii, witb Doe style and gait; lias noe <iuamies 01 endurance,
and is warranted sound and kind and to brat 2:35.
Alto dapple gray Hare, by Gray Norman, dam by Mes
aenger, Isl6\hlgb, H years old, and one of the finest bred
mare* In tbe Stats; abc wan formerly owned by Mr. Geo.
Alley and won race on Union track, driven by tbe late Hiram
Woodruff, tn 2:34%; (he also trotted for a water to road
wagon 17 miles In one hour, winning easily, and was not distressed
; she Is warranted sound and kind and to beat 8 4U any
dav to road wagon.
this slock is well known and needs no newspaper eulogy;
they are considered the fastest wagon horses for gentleman's
road purposes that are owned lu this city, and are reliable on
track, and can do all that Is represented, and will be warranted
in every particular. Full particulars in Tuesday's
Herald and at sale.
JOHN L. VANDEWATER, Auctioneer, No. 24 Dunne it.
AT JOHNSTON k VAN TASSELL'S
HORSE Al'CTION MART,
112 East Thirteenth street, near Fourth avenue.
REGULAR SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FKIDAY.
Gentlemen having private establishments whieh they wish
to dispose of, as well as those wishing lo purchase anything
in tbe horse line, will find it to their advantage to give us a
call. Otir dealings are almost exclusively with merchants and
business man, artd onr establishment Is conducted on the
same straightforward principles which govern honorable people
In other branches of trade. Our down town office is removed
to 3ft Nassau street, opposite the Post office, where a
register is kept of Horses, Carriages. Turnouts, Ac., at private
and public sale. Liberal advances made on everything
in the horse line. We never postpone a sale on account of
A GENTLEMAN'S ESTABLISHMENT, FOR FASHION,
style and action not to be surpassed At Messrs. JOHNSTON
A VAN TASSELI/S auction mart, on Tuesday, June
23, will be offered by public competition a pair of elegant
Horses, one a chestnut horse, 7 years old, 16%, by the oele
Monmouth county; the other a bay mare, 16)6 high, 8 yearn old:
long, full rium and tall*; Willi are warranted perfectly found,
kind and trm; tbe mnre by Toronto Chief, her darn by Patchari.
Positively they cannot be ouUlyled in this city; together wiih
a no top Koau Wagon, by Miner A Steven*, and a first class
Double Harness, by Lowden ; alio a pair of Imported Cauhmeie
Cloths, elegantly bourn!; Whip, Mat, Lap Kobe, Ac., the
property of a gentlatnau going abroad ; are for positive sale.
Messrs. Johnston ft Co. bet; to call the attention of gentlemen
to the above establishment, wanting a team for the Park or
road, as they are, for appearance, style and fashion, unsurpassed,
and with high ktiee action.
A? HORSES, WAOONS, HARNESS, AC.,
. For sale.
On Wednesday, June 24, at the stable of Wm. H. Saunders
A Son, 150 East Tweuty-fourth street, at 2 o'clock P. M., will
he sold at auction, without reserve, 2H first class gentleman's
road, coach and speed Horses, selected by ourselves from
Clyde, Wryne county, New York; Brewster Wagon,
full spring, ISO pounds; 1 Brewster, full spring, full
seated; one Woburn full seated Wagoh, by llrewnter A
Baldwin; one four spring Park Phaeton, by Dusenbuty A
Van Duser; three sets.doun!e Harness, one set single Harness.
Among tbe horses there are live trotters; two of them
can trot In 3 minntes, one In t :4;> and two in 3:35 single and
2 40 In double harness. The horses nre all from Clyde,
Wayne county, N. Y., and all warranted sound and kind.
The reasons for sale nr." that tbe owners have races coming
off at Clvde early In July, aud cannot remain here after June
WM. H. SAUNDERS A BON.
A -MINER. STEVENS A CO.,
. Manufacturers of first class Canlages and Light Wagons,
to which they Invite the Inspection of the public.
Warerooms t'.M I'roailwav, near Bond street. Manufactory
US to 121 knit TUIrterMb Meet, near Fourth avenue.
A-orr next reisular sale of horses, wa
eon*. Ac., to-morrow, Tuesday, at our auction mart, at
12 M., at which Um we shall offer wiiia of the Quest and
in opt unexceptionable stork that ha* been offered this Mason,
fully warranted, Particulars in morning's Herald and at
sale. JOHN L. TAWDE WATER, Auctioneer, 24 Duane ?L
A-BRETTS, VICTORIAS, PARK AND TONY PHAE.
Ions, six ?eat and Pony Wagonettes, top Buggy, little
used; assortment of Harness, Ac.
T. E. HICKS, 88 Barclay street.
Another reduction in price*.
Carnages. Harness. Carriage*.
The Immense stock.
At Warerooms of CALTIN witty, *38 Broadway.
A lot of second hand Carriages for sale.
A SIX SEaT DEPOT WAGON OF SUPERIOR Ol'ALIty
at the New York Repository, lb East Eighteenth
street, near Broadway. ' j
A FEW VERY OOOD SECOND HAND BUGGIEK,
made by Hrewster k Co., of Broome street, and others.
18 East Eighteenth street, near Broadway.
AT THE ELIZABETH STOCK farm-THE FOLLOW- 1
lnc Horses for Bale:?Four pairs of elegant Carnage
Horses, I5>& to 16^ hands; seven coupe Horses; one pair of
trotting Horses, to show 2:46 to the pole; one pair road Mares,
16 W; two Mare*. 15 and lf??i, to show g :4S and 2:6I>; four
saddle Horses; one hay Horse, sired by Kentucky Hunter, can
trot In 3 minutes; one thoroughbred saddle Horse; one pair
Ponies, 11 hands, with Phaeton, Harness, Ac. The above
Horses will be sold, subject to trial for a few days, to responsible
parties. A full description of the Horses will be given
on application to D.T. SMITH, 1M Broadway, room No. 9,
and the same may be seen at my farm in Elizabeth, N. J.
C. H. HAINES.
AT EMPIRE CITY CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, SI. 34
and 26 Wooster street.?Pony, Basket. Park and Doctors'
Phaetons, Victorias, Cabriolets, Dog Carts, Rocksways,
Gigs, J agger, Depot, Express and Buslnesa Wagons, SO per
cent below Broadway prices.
A PAIR OF CHESTNUT SORREL HORSES. 16 HANDS <
high, 5 and ft years old, an elegant Park Phaeton, set
of Double HarneM-_ together or separate, cheap for c*?b. To
be teen at TAYLOR'8, W Cedar atreet.
A larue oray horsr for bale-poritivrly
ver* cheap for want of use, the owner having none to the
country; 16 hum!*. 9 ycari old, weighs about 1,800; gentle ami
kind, "(Ingle or double; In encellent condition; an eiesrant
cart horme. Also, very cheap, two grated spring W?son.
jumping neat and lop, In good order. Both can be aoen at
stiible 10 Went Forty-fourth street, near Fifth arenne.
AL1UIIT SECOND HAND BRETT, WITH DOUBLE
Uaroery, $J0C. If* Eut Eighteenth street, near Broad
Way. _ ^
A VERY htyl1kh pol'r hrat phaeton, near- j
ly new and in splendid condition, for sale at a bargain
WOOD BROTHERS, SM Broadway.
An eleoant doo cart, made by wood broTIII'.RS
and used hut a few times, for sal* cheap. MM
An oren barouchk, in (iood condition, for
. (ale at a bargain. wood BROTHER}-, 6M Broadway.
A FINE CURIAM COACH, IN TIIF. MOST PERFI'CT
condition, light and stTliah. will be (old very cheap by
WOOD B HOT HERS, KM Broadway.
An open box wacon, in fink condition, for !
sale at a bau-aln. WOOD BKOTIIF.Its nM Bna-lway.
\ - 8S5 MERCER HTREET, ELEOANT CLARENCE.
j\ tl,4t?i. Roc It a ways, from fl!Ki to <1375; new Roa?l ,
? ?r <-*? HI pi'". w*ij?nia T*"' H' f ? i tnurnw,
Eipreae, HIM; lop Wagona, ?NS In ffl6. warranted ; Harneaa
from (14 to flSO per a?, covered and jrolil mounted; Kly
Neta, Sherta, Shawla, Rol.fi, Haltera, at 8U per cent b?low
regular prltM. ( All m4 aw. ,
A" T NEW YORK CARRIAGE REIM18ITORY, I* I AST 1
Eighteenth Milft, near Broadway. Eitenalon top M?rouchea,
Phaeinna, Pony Phaetona, Depot Wagona, adju?t? I
ble mat Buggtea, for two or four perauna; Victorian, i|i neat "
Phaetona, ?cry light Rockawaya for four anil an paa*> ngcra, 1
uf excellent quality and fully warranted. (
A HANDSOME PARK VICTORIA RY WOOD RROS, 1
but llttlr need and tn perfect order, for aale . heap at JJ5 J
Spring atreet. ?
A CANADIAN POKY FOR SALE -FIFTEEN HANDS;
HI for hark, butcher or eapreaa; aoiiml and quiet. Prn- -i
putt llouae Stahlea, between Spring and Prince atreeta.
A I.F ATHER TOP TI T UNDER ROOOY WAGON FOR 1
aale, lit lor buainoaa or pleaaure, at l?S lloweiy. i
ASSORTMENT REVERBIBLR RFAT CARRIAGES.
making family Carriage or Ruggy; WWI Carnagea and c
tlarneaa; 36 per cent leaa than Broadway atorea. c
HAM'S, Fourth atreet aud Broadway. t
A VERY FINK BAY HORSE, 1? HANDS HIGH, PER- "
fectly aound and kind, no trlcfa, atyllah driver In double
>r alngl# liarreaa : perfect for phaeton or carriage. Ai plrat
?. II, MILES'atahlea. M Writ Nineteenth atreet. I
- ? ? ? ? ? (
A TEAM OF SORRELS, 15(4 IIANDH, ROUND AND >'
kind, *I(W; * year nid Bay, 1(1 handa, il.TC), brown
lure, Ifffl. 7M Waalilngton atreet; call In atore.
ABRSWSTKR PHAETON KiiR sale IN "oooVt
onler. a.ao a aet of Double llarneaa. Inquire at rtm "
Icrenth avenue, between Fi rty-flfth and Forty alith atrrcti.
A STYLISH TWO SEAT HO< KAWAY EIGHT DEPDT "
f\ Wagon, eliiftlng top, in perfect on#r. an good aa new. "
Vpply at atahle No. 1U Kaat Twenty-lirat alreet,or at I OH Water
Irret, third lloor.
A l"RK PHAETON FOR SALI. CHEAP OR EX- J
f? > li..nc<?<l for t'Jmh* anil rapMmrmi. Aiiilrrp* A H. ?' , '
>nx 1SS Hriall nfli< <
AT A HAKfiAJN?A BLACK HAWK M A Rfc; A
little ?i rr, a low |<rl(f4 Hon* ami a tmliln* Mar*; ha*
rolled in 2 ?!>, aim a I depot W agon, all rh' ap. <W
>arl ?tr?l. J
? - ? r
\ VARTV UOINII To KlIKOI'F. WILL *RLL A 14
\ hand ?'yl lb 7 f nt rlil AMallnh and Arabian aonnd 1
ml ,:i fl? born', ha' rrottrd in S 41 , ha* heon tlrlren Ir I
*i'T ? * !> one hand llambletoiian Mare, 7 yenr* clil; hi
nn lift in 2 40. a ?ore inn! 'line i; aim rn*it W v,
nr'? Garr mp*. three ?. l? Iflit Harne**. Hlankrla *l'fet?, in
lei^h I:i "in, Kella, XniMIe, Wrlillr, kr all cheap. A} ply Hi lc
laMc li't Wamlry plMr, near ft erf (littb
NEW YORK, MONDA
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC.
Business wagons or every kind- constantly
on band, ?uch u Grocers', Baker*', Butchers' Plumbers',
MUk, Carpenters', Depot and Kiuresa. light or hear*, to
ull any business. You will And this place aa favorable as
any yoa can Ond. STEWARTS Wagou Factory,
Fifty third street, near Broadway.
cwr sale?team and truck and tub work of
For kale?a road wagon, madebydtsknbiry
A Van Duser, used but a lew ilm**; |>rlcu $28&. Appiy
at private stable, a? East Twentieth street.
FOR SALE?A FOUR SEATED PHAETON. WITHOI T
top, in prime order; price $400. Apply to BREWSTER
A CO., Fifth avenue anil Fourteenth street.
JjlOR SALE a BAROAIN.-A BEAl'TIFUL VICTORIA
Carriage and double let of Harness, made by tbe best
manufacturers; having been used for a short time. Can be
seen at the Brevoort statics, Eighth afreet, few doors from
J^OR SALE?A 11 LACK HORSE, 1M< HANDS, W*R
ranted sound, and is one of the most reliable Inmtly
horses In tbe city; price It300. Apply at Sutb avenue, lu
FIOR SALE LOW-BAY COUPE HORSE; HANDSOME
and stylish, 16 hands; Brewster no top Buggy and Coupe
Knckaway Carriage; sold separate or together. Loan ollice,
For sale low-a well matched pair of
stylish bay Horses, lfVj hands high, Ion p.- manes and tails.
Can be seen for three da>s at Hyward's livery stable, 70 and
80 Bank ureel.
t/<OR SALE-A SPLENDID PATCIIBN HORSE, 15??
F hands high, sound and kind in double or single harness.
Apply at KAMP'S alables, jM West Thlrteentb street.
I/<OR SALE-A MATCH CARRIAGE TEAM, DARK
1/ bay, IB bands high, stylish, sound and kind; also black
saddle I'ony. Palace Garden stables. Fourteenth street, near
tin avenue, nut door to French theatre.
L^OR BALE-THE PROPERTY OP A GENTLEMAN, A ,
F closely matched and handsome Team of Carriage Horses; I
t"iur uiiKui ???, 10^1 iimuu* him'? vrum uiu. jirnrcu/ ,
sound ; a trial will be given. Apply ai private liable 217 West
Porty-tlrst street. ^
FIOK 8ALE-ONE WHITE HORSE, 16 HANDS 11 Hi 11, c
ound and kind, saddle or hurneM; also two Bugyv
Wagons and set single Harness, all lu good order, at WM. H.
MILES' livery stables, 54 West Nineteenth street.
IfOR BALE? VERY CHEAP, TRUCKS, EXPRESS AND ]
Grocers' Wagons of superior quality, warranted, at 724 .
Washington street, near West Eleventh street. ,
IJ^OR SALE-A SPLENDID TOP WAGON, PIANO BODY, "
made by Dubois; Is nearly new and in perfect order;
one heavy Grocery Wagon, In good order; one of Fairbanks' -i
Platform Scales, nearly new, weighs twenty-five hundred; J
and all mnst be sold. Apply at 26. aveuue C, corner of till- l
leeutb street. *
FOR SALE-TWO HACK CARRIAGES; ONE OF THEM *
newly done up and In first rate running order; also a set
of light double-Harness, but little used. Apply to JAMES -i
HARPER, 187 Court street, near Dean, Brooklyn.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL FINE DRAUGHT HOR8ES. \
Also Horses and Dirt Carts and Harness and double and
single Trucks. Also two fine Farm Horses, one little tore -i
forward. 80 New Chambers street.
For sale-a low priced gray horse. '
Inquire ai No. 811 Delancy street. a
fjlOR SALE-BAY HORSE, SOl'ND AND KIND; WILL 0
show three minutes: well trained to the road: rami
worker; well built. Call before ? or after b at No. 76 Eighty- t
For sale-a very stylish sorrell horse, is i
hands blub, sound and kind, suitable for tbe road or 1
1 Ight business, Sfllib, at 422 Went Thirteenth street. c
T,1(lR SALE-15 WORK HORSKS, JIST FROM CINOIN- d
r nnti, suitable for all purposes, from five to eight years; s
prices from $t)6 to if 200. Inquire at da Mercer street. v
For sale at a great sacrifice-a pair of
Horses suitable for any kind of work; sound and kind;
to be sold cbeap, us the owner lias no use lor them. Apply at f]
412 Second avenue. J
For sale cheap-a top wai.os, with harness,
both almost new, at LOUIS KOELLE'S, 63 Allen street. ^
For sale or ekchange-a oovn rock away,
and also a curtain Kockaway; both in perfect order. n
Apply at 880 Broome street. c
Government tents, harness, saddles, a<\- d
Military Clothing, wool and rubier Blankets, Wagon _
Covers, Hay Caps; Wedge, Wall and Hospital Tents, iff> to
to $fio; olliccrs' McClellan and Artillery Saddles. Send for J
circular. PITKIN A CO., r.
No. 6 Park place, N. Y.; 71 North Second street, Philadelphia. 'j
HARNE8S.-KOUR SETS of FINE SINGLE HARNESS, 11
covered mountings, gold and silver, made In the best
city style, for sale cheap. Maker, 241 Twenty-sixth street, .
between Seventh and Eighth avenues, tint Door. |
I IGHT ROCK AW AYS AND EXTENSION TOP VIC- ?
J torlas In great variety. It* East Eighteenth siraet, near
LONG BRANCH, NEW JERSEY. A STABLE TO Accommodate
1H to 30 homes to be let for the season, and a
Barn attached to it. Apply to P. KEMOND, Kemood Hotel,
Long Branch, N. J.
NEW SILVER PLATED HARNESS, $14 TO *12*; COV- 1
ered Buckles, Oil) to $M); also ladies' and gentlemen's ..
Saddles and Bridles, Sheets, Nets, Lap Holies, Mats, Halters,
ClrcIngles, Whips, Ac., at 22, 24 and 26 Woofter street.
PASTl'RE FOR FIVE TO EIGHT HORSfeS, 8PRINO,
brook ami tine groves; 18miles from city.
A. ROBERTSON, Milll.iirn, E(se? county, N. J.
I JAKTIKS WISIIINO PASTURE FOR 10 OR lb HORSES ft
L can be accommodated on a farm In Jertev of 4*i acre*
range and plenty of water. For particular* inquire tbia da; ?.
at Hynard't livery (tablet, No*. 78 and 80 Hank ttr<-et. .
Stalls and carriage room to let-in new 2
private (table 165 Eatt Thirty (if tli itreet, near Lex lug- b
too avenue; rent low; all modern improvement*.
SHETLAND PONIES FOR SALK-AT T11E FA KM OF
tbe *ub*crlher, near West Farm*, We*tcbe*ter county. I,
Price $160 each. Inquire of WILLIAM WATSON, 172 Cburch
WAQONH.-l AM 8ELLINO MV FIRST CLASS TOI'
and road Wagon* at very low price*, alio tbree tecoud
hand four ?eat Rockawayi, very cheap. H
J. LOCK WOOD, 137th itreet, Third avenue, Harlem.
WANTED-A BET OF NEARLY NEW, VERT LItiHT ??
tingle Harnett, covered mounting; Wood lilbaun'i or
Lowden'a make. Pertont having inch for tale will addrea*
lobnton, boi I'M Herald office, with price, Ac.
WANTED-A DO(l CART AND ROCKAWAV, OR 1
Clarence; lateat ityie, and uted hut a few timet. "3
Addrea*. itaflng loweat price and condition, R. N. liaydon,
No. 8 Weat Thirty Iourth street. d
2? rvnrv -inouire at sanger's stablks, port
land arenue, near Atlantic, for the dark hay i
Patchen Ilnrte; very ttyiith and can trot fast alngla or J
double; 7 year* old, u>% liamlt. w
AT 77-Money LIBERALLY AOVAJfOBO ox DIA- *
monda, Wateliet, .'ewelry, Ac., or tbe tame bought at or
the highest rate*; alto Pawnbroker*' Ticket' bought lor Dla- lc
mondt. Wale he*, J'wlry. Jr., at 77 Bieecker atreet, tecoud ["
Door, three doort wett of Broadway. "<
AT 097 BROADWAY. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ?'
on Diamond*, Wat-he*, Jewelry, Hllkt, Ac. The tame
bought and told. JAMES P. MATHEWS. k
AT m nassaf street, room no x, \. hon kim an
contlmmt to pav the highest ratct fin loose or n t Ilia- \
mondt, Watches, Silverware, Jeweiry, Ac., or loans nego- Ualed
on the s iine. ? i . ? ? > *?
AT 4M BROADWAY-DIAMONDS. OOLD WATCHES,
Oold Jewelry of all descriptions, Siikt, Shawl*. Ac., K
Mink Fur* and Overcoat* bought now. Pawnbroker*' Tickets '
for new Clothe*. F J. NASH. Hit
AT HYMAN'H, BROADWAY. CORNER OP BOND "~
atreet.?Liberal advance* made on Dinmnnd* and A
Watchea, Silver Ware, Ac., or will pay the lilgbcut market Vi
i rlce for tUc ?me. bh
At m broadway, up ktaiks liberal priced
paid for Diamond", Watchea and Jewrlry. Advance* made / '
intncaame. Elegant and paclona private parlor* for ladle*; "
10 loan office (Ifcna. R H. LOVKLL A CO. th<
AT 17 BREV0ORT PLACE (TENTH STREET) THE ""
hlgbeat price paid for Diamond*, Watchea, Jewelry, Ac., !?
?r loana negotiated on the aan.e IBAACS.Hroker, M?
J7 Brevoort p'a< e, near Broadway.
Advances made on watches, diamonds, jew- *~
elnr, Dr?^iiooda and Per*onal Property of every dearrlp- ( 1
Ion. J. A. J ACHSON, 111 tlrand atreet, two door* wett of J
MA?H ADVANCED TO ANV AMOUNT UPON WATCH- T"
I ' e?, Diamond*, Peraonal Property ar.'l MerchandUc.
^ M. SHUCK PUTNAM, Hanker and financial H oker. No. P
Jnliege place, corner Barclay at. (Uroicra' Hank Bunding). ^
pvIAMONDB, WATCHES AND JEWELRY BOUOHT TI
" and aold or advanced on. Hlgbeat price | aid for gold I '
indalher. Bualoeaa confidential. Private pari' r for ladie*. '
brandon A t:0.,1(? Broadway. ^
Diamonds, watches and jewelry bought 17
and Money leaned on them, by u. O. ALLEN, 415 U
(roadway, one MOT MOW Canal atreet. r'"
VTO MORE ITSlTRY NO Ml 're UHURT. ~
>i CHEAP MONEY. C??AP MONEY. T
Advance* made upon Diamond*. Watchea, Jewelry, Mer- '
bandlae, Ac. Silk* and all kluda of valuable Good* purbaaed
for caab. Merchant* accommodated on Invoice*. n"
'awnl rokera' Ticket* for Jewelry, Ac., bought or advanced
ipon. Advaneea made to Loan office*. mi
H. A. BA RNARD, Banker, M Bleecker atreet jj_
ro NASSAC STREET. COMU MAIDEN LAMB.? V
tO Having tmtnenae faHlltiea we advam-e at onuaually '
m mlN on .lewery, WMcDrt, Merchamllai', MIocM or other
pcitrltlee, In large or mnall amount*.
, ~ -v -. - no
\LAHOP. ASHOHTMKNT OF ROI'M) HATH, KLK O(B
fantljr trimmed; Imported white Cblpp, laloat ahapop: _
?n?niir of French B"mieU ?edli>K off it naif the ro?( ?f
nportatlon. At Mine. CAMIhLLK LAi'Y'H, JOTHIithare- */
nr. m?r Ninth rintl
r*HK NOVKLTV OF THK SI ARON. Z.
L A new round Hal for ladle*. railed Arc If". jn?t iMiied JK
J M.T. HIOOINH, and can he had on ? at their eatvbllak .T
lenla, h'.J8 Broadway and 1M Rlub atiT 10.
\RT1FH TAL F.YF.8 -TIIOS. .1. I)AVI?, HAKRN AM)
Imerler of thn Improved artificial human Bye, 1S7 Kail A
Ifteinth iilreel, between Third awnoo and li ?ln?! place. ?J*?
tANRF.L'R POfBLK ACTION Rl Rill AK PROOF roo
1 Window l<oclt anil Ranh Holder ran he put on rM
supra an well aanew, hai no ?r rim;, ta a pea InoRer , | re- A]
snli llie fimh from raitling and la tho eher?| epff nd Uh * n ?Jp |
e; retail price per dorm (M W: a llhoral dieronnl nil wed Lai
i ImklrrP and lue trade; Htalv . ml rnunl> rikhlf lor m?Ib at i
J. T. A J. B. HMlril, tivie A Htm a, 11 line ftrtil. l'P
Y, JUNE 22, 18C8.
FINANCIAL. _ _
A8SIBSMKNT NOTICE.?0PH1R SILVER MININO (
Company, Virginia district, Nevada. An wwamtDl of i
M per share in ttii? day levied, payable June It, 1W?, id United |
Plate* gold coin, lu tbe Secretary, at (be company's ottlce la I
4an Kranctseo Auv stock upon which laid assessment iball
email' unpaid on July *>, 1868, will l? advertised (Id our
ocal paper*) as delinquent, and so much thereof as ma; be (
necessary to pay lb* delinquent assessment, together with <
-o*ts of advertising and expenses of sale, will be sold at i
public auction on , unless payment (ball have been i
previously made. By order Hoard of Trustee*.
HUBERT UEOKUE, Secretary. 1
ofllee Ophir Sliver Mining Company, Ban Francisco, June
15, Ibtt t
A -ANY BI M. FROM ?,OCOTO $76,000, ON BOND AND J
. Mortgage, on brm clau Improved city Properly ; comuimIoq
half uf one per rent.
SAMUEL BORROWS, 71 Broadway.
Alabama eight per cent. Louisiana six per
cent bonds and viruinia registered i
stock fob sale, southern securities, both
railroad and state, a specialty.
MAN MM, A 1)E FOREST, IV WALL STREET. (
A -WANTED AN odd AMOUNT of THE UNION '
. Pacific Railroad Stock, of tb? road running wast from i
!>maba. Any one having twenty-live or tifty abarea will find I
l caab purchaser by addressing M. C. E., Herald ofllce.
r 1ITMENS' SAVINGS BANK.
L I M BOWERY. SOI THWEST CORNf R CANAL ST. I
ilX PER CENT INTEREST ALLOWED ON ALL SUMS
FROM FIVE TO FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Money drpoam-d nuw will draw interest from Juiy I.
Bank open every day from 10 to It, and alao In the evening*
if Monday, WeUueiday and Friday, from 5 to 7.
Bank booka In English, German and French.
llVMOUB A. BdncS, Secretary. GEORGE FOLSOM, Pres't I
FOR SALE?CITY RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS >
lu all tbo tirot daaa compauleH. Alao a large variety of
nmranre Stocks, Bank Stocks, Manufacturing Stocks, Ac., <
ndodlng cltr, county and railroad bondi, paying good dlvtlebds,
at l6w rate* lor investments, In lots to auTt. By AL
IKRT H. NICOLA Y, stock broker and auctioneer, 48 Pine
Hamilton fire insurance company, 1
11 Wall street.
'ai>ltal. tlM.00n. Surnlui. #92.306 61.
The director* have thli May declared the usual semi-annual, *
llvldend of five 16) per cent free of government tax, payable J
in and alter Jul; 1. 1
The transfer book* will be closed on the 2Mb mat.
JAMES U1LMORE, Secretary.
New To**, June 10,1M&.
if erchants' f.xcuanoe national, bank of the
U City of New York, J uue 80, IMS*.- Dividend.?A aetnl
nnual divideud of live <t> per cent baa been declared, out of
be proQta of the iaal all months, free of all taxes, on and
ifter lat July next Transfer books will be closed from SSd .
nstant until 1st proximo. E. J. OAKLEY, Casliler. '
kfONEY LOANED UPON LIFE INSURANCE POLI- I
VI cles, Personal Property, Merchandise, Securities and
tond and Mortgage. Merchants accommodated. Collectlona J
nade upon any part ot the United St&tea and Canada. WM.
iKUCE PUTKAM, Hanker and Financial Broker, No. 1 Cologe
place, corner Barclay atreel (Urocera* Bank Building). j
kfACON AND BRUNSWICK RAILROAD.-COUPONS ,
.YL of this road due July 1, 1W8, will be paid on aud after
be 1st proximo at the National Bank of the Republic In New
\7EWYORK HOLD EXCHANGE HANK, 58 BROADWAY. jj
New York, June 1A, 1HW. The Board or Director* of <
his bank have declared a dividend ol eight per cent on the (
apltai stock, payable on tM 1st of July next, the bank as- (
umlng the payment of all taxes. <
The transfer books will be closed on the 22d Instant, and reprned
on the 1st proximo. JACOH Kl'SHELL, Cashier. <
H. C. Rogers has been appointed Assistant Cashier In the
lace of H. E. Alexander, resigned.
OFFICE CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY t
J of California, M William street, New York, June It,?
'be coupons of the tirst mortgage bonds of the Central Palllc
Railroad Company, due July 1.lBfih, will he paid in full,
ree of government tux, on presentation on and after that .
ate at the banking house or Fisk A Hatch, No. & Nassau
trcet. Schedules of 86 or more coupons (for which blanks a
rill be furnished on application) will be received for elimination
from and after the 24th Inst. .
C. P. I1UNT1NOTON, Vice President "
rllE COUPONS 
Of the First Mortgage Bonds
Union Pacific Railroad Company,
Due July 1, lStife, _
rill be paid on and alter that date
In gold coin, free of government tax,
t the company's oflice, 8(1 Nassau street. New York. J
Schedules with twenty or more coupons will now be reeived
for examination, and gold checks for the same will be .
e.ivered June 30. JOHN J. CISCO, 'treasurer.
rHK CENTRAI. NATIONAL BANK OF THE CITY OF
New York, New ^ ork, Juue ID, 1BBB.- The Board of Dl- ectors
of this Kituk have tins dnv declared a semi annual ,
ivlilend of five (5) per cent, Iree of lax, iinyalile on and after *
u!y 1st proximo. Th" transfer book* will close at 3 1'. M. on i
lie 20tb lust, ami reopen ou the morning of July 3. *
W. H. KAN FORD, Cashier.
[TNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS,
U Having Thirty Veal's to Run, d
Bearing Six I'er Cent Interest in Lawful Money, ?
ow received by the Treasury Department In exchange for
lie (iold-beartngBonds held as eecuritjr for Circulating Notes
f the National Banks. i
For salo by j
JOHN J. CISCO A PUS, ,
ttt Wall street. ,
IITANTED???.IOO ON THKKK HOI KKH IN BROOKLYN ,
v v worth *14.1 WO and rent for 91,?(iu per annum. Ad- J
ress John S. Patterson, 26 l'iue street. J
nnn TO loan on new YORK citv prop- 1
PUU.UUU erty In sums over $10,000 or in one sum, for i.
?e yesrs, at seven per cent. ,
CALLENDEK, LAURENCE A CO., 30 Pine street '
j?9 nnn TO tS.0WI.-A MY ONE HAVINO THIS I
Pw.UwU money Idle may hear of investment where ?
mk. If any. Is small, and expectations well grounded and ^
tree, $300 or 9400 only may be required, perhaps even less; ?.
Is also desirable, but Dot Indispensable, that some time be ..
evoted as well as means; a gentleman of business experlnee
and ability preferable to a young man having nothing p
ut means. Address $?,000, Herald office.
kQQA nnn TO U,AN on bond and motoaor r
(In sums of $6,000 and upwardsi on real
state In this city or Brooklyn. JOHN P. CONRF.Y,
No. 62 Wall street, room 12.
HUE COPARTNERSHIP OF WM. P. FROST A HALtj IS
1 ibis day dissolved by mutual consent. The unnnmhed
ualness of the late hrm will be settled by Win. P. Frost, who I
alone authorized lo siizu in liquidation. I
New Yoke, June 19, 1068. WM. P. FROST, ;
C. M. HALL. bl
"<HE PUBLIC ARE NOTIFIED THAT THE FIRM OF
Wm. H. Hayiien .? Co., of Chicago, III., was dissolved H
r limitation March, 1^66. WM H. HAVliEN. J
JDME 13, If68. HAM L MtCAHTNEY.
ni SlNKSM OPPORTUNITIES. "
l YOUNi; MAN WISHES TO CONNECT HIMSELF i"
\ Willi a gooil how in produce riimmiwIon bunlnetta L111
invent From $1,000 lo $6,(100. Address U. D., bu* 18)1
??t office, Eiutoii, Pa.
i onrauufa* wiixwo to fi rn ish m,m db &
\ Mtren other purlieu to furnish $100,H(jfl hikI join him In
imnliltif! * stock mining nml iiiiimifm t irlng company
oal, lr<m, lumber, agriculture, Jkc .), with u large Btrilii
r the originators anil certain dividend* to general mock- _
ildert. Land (S.OOO arreai on railroad, and extensive lm e
ovements alrcanv mnde. For Interview addrcua boi 8,1*57 I
r.w Vork Port ofTim. *
oentlkman with $ir,,non wants a partner- l*
I Hhip In a good brewery Addrea* llopa, Herald office. l(
. PARTNER WANTED?WITH $1,U0, IN A CASH
I bualnesa. prollU 200 per cent on sale* ; no rink ; ready
le?; reference* cicLaiiy'd. Addrem 11. Homer, to? 12"
, PARTNER W ANTFID?IN ONE OF THE REST
I paying laundries In the city; profit* from $.'>,000 to
i,00v per year; price. $2,ouo.
BOUTHMAYD A CO., 1M Broadway.
N OPPORTUNITY SKLDOM OFFERED, WHEREIN
L a parly can acquire an Interest In an eitremelv proflta
> hiruneM for a moderate Investment. Paitluular* at
ICTHMA1 l> \ CO.'8, 1!?4 Broadway. n<
UIICAOO AND NORTHWESTERN STATEB. THE I N l?
' rteralgned beg to intimate to Eastern eorres (Kinder* I* that
ry continue to give prompt and painstaking attention to the _
sine** of collecting hM* and claim* In thl* city and through
t the Northwestern Stales, making rrorapt relurn* by dratta, I
gold or currency, on WIdsIow, Earner A (!o., New Vork; u.
rchantt' Bank. Bottom Dreiel A Co., Philadelphia, lo ?
inm we reler. Money invested under Instruction. uj
GEO. C. SMITH * BRO , Banker*.
OPARTNER SI. 'O .-A FIRST CLAKROPPORTUNITY N
for a person havirut the above amount lo Join a menu
tnrer of trltnmlixt* who h?? a larve connection and *tlll ?
ld* good ordera on hand. Klrit rlaaa referenrea given and
|Ulred. Address M. Shelly, boi 3,510 Poft otllce. ~
ARTN'ER WANTED WITH CAPITAL, IN A oood 1"
French millinery itore ; long leaae, cheap rent, or Eeaae
il Fixture* tor te.e. Apply in Ibe (tore. 1174 Sixth avenue. R'
IARTNER WANTED IN THE COUNTRY PKODI'CE
and provlalon I.mines* ; only amall meana required. Ad aa
Produce, Herald office.
NTF.RPR1SINO HI8INE88 MEN IN WANT OF TH? EJ
I moil remunerative employment m at IW Broadway,
im 15, for three Oavi. Capital Deeded (to lo tie?.
A. W. HALL.
0 CAPITALI8T8, MANI' FACT! RER8 AND PATENT JAf
right dealer*. A aure rhanre to make money. For *al?, |
1 Patent Right of a nr? and valuable Implement, hiivliin: ,01
eeo irari to rnn. II in already partially Introduced and
rybody I* delighted with It: ttyHiO told within the i*?tthr?? _
ntba and wanted In every garden. Addreas inquiries to A. (,
(I , Woodbury, Conn. ( -j
IT ANTED A PARTNER fAPTIVK OR HLRBPMf TO "f
f advance IM.<'I i or (NtKK'In'a r*nulnr. profitable hn?i
M; rertaln to reallte a rnnld fortune. Addreea Mr. Cook, prl
e of Mr Chan. Flerber, 625 Kaat Twelfth atreit. j>,
IT ANTED A SPECIAL PARTNER WITH *R.WO CATI ab<
r tal, in an established piano bnainraa, aecurity riven j ste
rink, and profit* guafantted. AddrrM Piano*, Herald io i
IT HO WANTS* TfT MAKE ifHV?? THIS gfMMKlR5" r
F Onlr $1,000 rei,ulreil to do it. travelling biialn***. sure
ng; security given anil investigation (ill* ?*tl*l!el
MERRIAM. M Fulton street L1
inn WILL BUY A HALF INTEREST IN AN ARTI- bill
|Ul" cle In extensive demand by all Importing botltM. nel
II and examftte ai <0 Firth aver te, room ||>
J-n WILL HITV SMALL Ll^l'OR AND TICIAR
'J'i" Store, rent p?bl tip to 1st ol June. 19 C'oenlli *
VW) PARTNER WANTED IV A PLEASANT, I
" " profitable and i>eririanert bualnrsa none nreil nail
ily mi'?? steady mwI willing to work, at 32 ffri >*dw?y, i|*<
in No. 1, up stair* M<i
? ? Sa
I inn *9 PA*T>?KR CAtfll WILL ri'K I(
l.'JvU rhaee half frtrn->t .11 N> II ! * !,neiy irnlerf'l A
><l. new Mtnm engine and aw mill, all in complete urm r, !
|I?||?.| Fori | ailii..,ul* ai > y ty <i. v* llh?hV,
hi a iway. loom ilo. 4.
dfe') Ztlfl -WK8TKRN LANDS OR Sl'Bt KHAN LnTS
wanted, pari payment (title bona B<lr), for
partner's Interest In aplendld established manufacturing butt
acta, New York; will clear 1*10,04 rear It.
BRADHTKKEf A OO , M?Broadway.
fUWtTO $1(1,000.-WANTED, A RELIABLE BI RIIT
I .'"'U nesi man with this amount to take a hair In
;rr*al In a sale, ca?h manufacturing bualnesa with a floursblng
trade, the party taking tbla latereit will hare entire
rnutrol of Dm capital. Address, lor an inwrntw,r. r. w.,
nan T<? ?#o,ooa-THE UNDF.RSIGNED HAS
V>^> "'1/1/ the above amount at command, and desirea
iu active interest id a manufacturing or Jobbing buslneaa.
fcddress, staling character of buslneee, M. B. Ellis, station D.
rllK NORTH UKRMAN LLOYD'S
Steamship HERMANN, H. W. H. WVnke, Matter,
On THURSDAY, Juneitt,
jarrying th* United Htales mail, will nail from the Bremen
pier, foot of Third draft, Hoboken, taking passengers to
LoodoD, Havre, Southampton and Bremen,
it the following rate*, payable in gold
First cabin $|V
Second cabin 73
To bo followed by tbe steamship UNION, H. J. Von Sau
en, Master, on Thursday, July 8.
For freight or pasaage apply to
OKLRICHS A CO., 68 Broad street.
E^XTRA TRIP TO BRKMEN, LONDON, HAVRE AND
!i Southampton at reduced rales of passage.
The Nortb (ierman Lloyd's steamship NEW YORK, Oapain
T. Dreyer, will leave on Tuesday, June 80,
aklng passengers for above ports at considerably reduced
First cabin $10(1, second cabin $60 and steerage $28, payaile
For freight or passage apply to
OELRICHS A CO., 68 Broad street, New York.
Tl.AU TO (JLAKIM)W AND LONDONDERRY.
THE ANCHOR LINE.
favorite Clyde builtjiMsenjer _?leariisrs jire Intended to (all
Df nm PAlumiAIi
from pier 10 North river, at IS o'clock noon.
CALEDONIA June 87 I KUROPA July 18
9RITANNIA July 4 IOWA July *6
aiBKRNlA July 11 I COLUMBIA August 1
Rate* of passage, payable In currency
Cabins to Llrerpool, Glasgow or Oerry, $90 and $75.
Kicuralon ticket*, good for twelve montba, $160.
Steerage to Glasgow or Derry, $30; Intermediate, $35.
Prepaid certificates from tbeae ports, $S7.
l'assengers booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Rotterlam,
Antwerp. Ac., at very low rate*.
Drafts Issued, payable at any bank In Great Britain.
For further Information apply at the company's ollices, No.
i Bowling Ureen, New York, to
PASSAGE BY STEAMER TO AND KROM
Liverpool and Qtieenitown.
Also from Liverpool and London,
By flrit class packet ships.
Drafts payable In all parts or Ureal Britain and Ireland at
Apply to TAPKCOTT BROS., R6 South street and 23 Broadvay,
JTEAM TO LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT yUEENSTOWN,
J Ireland.?The Inman Hue, under contract with the Cnlted
lutes and British governments for carrying thu uialls, Intend
lespatchlng their steamers aa follows
5ITY OK PARIS Saturday. June 27
51TY OP WASHINGTON (via Halifax Mondav, June 89
J1TY OK LONDON .Saturday, July 4
,'ITY OP BALTIMORE Saturday, July 11
And each succeeding Saturday and alternate Monday, at 1
'. M., from pier 45 North river.
RATES OP PASSAGE
BY TUP MAll. btfameb bailino cvphv raturday.
Payable in Gold. Payable in Currency.
"IKST CABIN $101) | 8TEERAOE T $35
To London I116 To London 4d
To Paris lift | To Pari* 50
Passage by the Monday steamers -rim cabin, $90, gold;
lee rage, *85, payable In currency
Ratea or passage from New Vork to Halifai?First cabin,
ItU; steerage, $10, jiayabln In gold.
Passengers alio forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bremen,
tc., at moderate rules.
Steerage passage from Liverpool or (Jueenstown, if40, curency.
Ticket* can be bougbt bere by person* lending for
For further information apply at the company'* office*.
John g. dale, agent,
15 Broadwuy, New Vork.
^ The RteamahiiJ ERIN. Webster, will leave Saturday,
line 27. at 10 A. M., from pier 47 North river.
Passage to Liverpool or Oueenatown?Cabin, $100; steer,
ge, #30]currency. Steerage ticket* from Liverpool or tjueeu*
own, $87, rurrency.
Apply at the office* of the company, 57 and 27 Broadway.
F. W. J. HURST, Manager.
^TEAM TO QIEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
' From New York only $3tl, atccraitc.
'OLORADO Cutting Weduesday, June '24
IEBKASKA (iiiaril Wednesday, July 1
From pier 48 North river.
Cabin passage, $Kl, gold.
Passage from and to New York, Tart*, Hamburg, RotterInm,
Ac. Drafts ou Ireland, Eti^lund, France and Uerinauy
it lowest rates.
Applv to WILLIAMS A OlION, ? l!roa<lway.
Notice?the splendid steamship Colorado,
Captain R. C. Cutting, aulla from pier 46 North river,
'or Queenatown lad Liverpool, on Wednesday, June 24, at
lour o'clock P. M. Cabin passage $S0, gold; Sloerage $811,
urrency. Apply to WILLIAMS A GUIOK, at ltioa"way.
?<tfam to yukenstown and liverpool.
> Steerage $30, currency; prepaid tickets $87.
COLORADO. Wednesday, June 24
.mi* naiuroay, .Miner,
Draft* payable in auv part of England, Ireland ami SnotitMl
at current rate* ot exchange. Apply at THOMPSON'S
'awaage OUier, 78 Broadway.
[.''OR LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT QLEENSTOWN.?
, ('Hoard alcamahlp
I'STKALASIAN WmneMiT, June 34
il'SSIA *... Wedneada*. July 1
COTIA Wednesday, July 8
HINA Wednesday, July lb
pamavi MliNKY from n rw york.
abln <1130 I Second Cabin $80
abln paaaage #115
Payable In gold.
For freight or raaaage apply to
E. CI NARD, No. 4 Bowling Green.
JOTICE TO CONSIONEE8.-THE CARGO AND PAS
N avngera of ateamahlp Siberia, returned to England, will
t lent by ateamablp Tripoli, Milium Ski June.
E. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Green.
>ASHENGERN PER AI STRAL.ASIAN ARE REQUESTed
to be on board at the company'* wharf, Jeraey City,
efore 9 o'clock on Wednaadny morning, Mtb InM.
E. Cl'NAKI), No. 4 Bowling Green.
HUE IIAMRURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
L Iron mall ?t<miiahip
'. Bardna, commander, carrying the United StalM malla,
III rhII on TUESDAY, June XI, at 2 P. M., for
king paaaengera for Hamburg, Havre, Southampton and
IRST CABIN, *120; SECOND CABIN, $73; STEERAGE,
<1.1* payable In I nlled Stale* gold.
The IIOLSATI A, fchler*. will *all June IUI.
Tm BAVARIA aail* a* EXTRA STEAMER Saturday, June
I'aa'Hte at rrentlv reduced rati'*.
KI.NHARDT A CO., C. K. RICHARD A BOAS,
Genera) Agent*, General Paaaage Agent*,
No. 61 Broad aired, N. Y. No. 6 Barclay atreet, N. V.
jNIA DIRECT LINE TO PRANCE.
The General Trannatlantle Company'* mall ateamahlpa be
n ?n New York and Havre, calling .it Bre*t.
The aplendld new venae!* on thla raw,rite loulo for the Connent
will aail from pier No. .VI North river, :i* follow* . VII.LE
DE PARIS, Siirmout. Saturday. June 97. 1
1'ERE IKE, Ditcheane, Saturday, July li. t
El' ROPE. Lemarle, Saturday, July ill. I
bT. LAURENT, Bocande, Witlurday, A'lgimt*.
Price of paPiage In gold (Including wine',
To Brett or II a vie. J
Firat cabin, $110, aecond cabin, +KJ.
Including rntlway tickets furnlahed on board, r
Ftrat cabin, 1(1 MR, aecnnd Cftbltl, +*>
Theac aleamera do not curry ateerage p***cngtr*.
Medical attendance free of charge. a
American traveller* goln^to or returning from the cnntl nl
of Kiirnpe.by taking the atriimer* of Dili line avoid
itli trunait by Enghah rail war" and the dlacnmtort* of (TOM
f the Channel, bcaidea earing time tn>uble and eipena*.
UKOKOK MACKENZIE, Agent, M Broadway.
ON DON AND NFW TOM STKAMSHIP LINK. 'j
J Meamcr* fortni^titljr to London direct front pier No. 3 II
CALANTA June 27 CKLLA JiilvJS
KLLONA July 11 WM. I'ENN AuciiatK j
K?>r puuir at cheapcat currency rate* apply to KOtlbKT o
CLARK, 5ft Broadway.
For freight to lloWLA ND A ASP]N WALL, H Sooth itreet
COAKTWni HTBANBIIIP8. '
, -. ~ - ... - _ J-jj. _ ft
PACIFIC NAIL STF.AMKHIP COMPANY'S 4
TMKoUdll LINK TO
CALIFORNIA AND CHINA. I
ilea ol paaaage (treaty redirred and a* low a* any olber
Stramrra of the abn?e line leaee pier 48 North rl?er, foot !l
of Canal atreet, at 19 o'clock noon, '
Four time* a Month, ii
On lot. fth, 10th and 24tb, In
irept when thoae day* fall on Sunday, then the day i revinu*. F
!>ne hundred pounda barrage free lo each adult. Medlclo* ''
d attendance free.
Jnne 24. RISINtl STAR, Cai tain Conner, I
Connecting with OOLDKN CITY, Captain Lapidge. I
tteamer leaving July S connect* cloaeiy with attaracr '
PAN, leaving San Franctaco Aug. 3 fnr Chlra and Japan ''
'or paaaace ticket* and all further Information apply at the "
Tipany'a ticket oBlce on tb? wbarf, foot of Canal atreet ''
F. R. BABY, Agent J
REAT REDUCTION IN FRF.IOUT 'I
TO SAN FRANCISCO, VIA PANAMA, J
the Pacific Mall Hteatnahlp Company'* ateanirr RISING ,,
AR, (ailing on "
WEDNESDAY, June 24.
cubic foot Mlrenta
- ponna I <4 renta.
rel?ht forwarded by thla alennirr rMrbm Ptn ^rinrluro '\
nit rour day* In advance of ahlpment* h? North American I
amahlp Cmnpany'a departure of June 10, and twenty Java I"
tilvanc-e of tlieir departure of July It. Apply to ?'
WKLL8, PAKUd A CO., I
rrflcht Agenta F. M. S. < ?
ler 42 North river, root or Canal atreot.
OK 8T. THOMAK AND HRA7.IL.
The elrrant arrew atcamahlp MISSISSIPPI. S,.!W*I ton* t
ilen, I'aptaln George B. Hloctini, will aall li>r Kin de ,1a /]
ro and Intermediate porta on Ttieaday, Jnnt S3, 1MB, at S u|
M., Irom ptei 43 North river.
or freight or paaaace apply to I
W11.1,1 AM K OARKISON, Arenl, |
No. 6 >( wIIi-k ?lre?-n, >ew turk. ,t,
NITRD RTATKS MAIL Tt> HAVANA
ATLANTIC MAIL STKAMSIIlP COMPANY, I
ling regularly evert Thuraday, at three o'clock I'. M. pre I
>lv, Irotn pier No. 4 Noitli river. pr
KKO l!AarliK. Captain H. Adama June Hi k"
llLE. >'a| lain M R. Or e i e lib; 1 w
I.l MHI A. t'apt?tn K. V?n Sice July (i
il letter* mum pnaa thr.- igb the I'ort olficf. r|
or irc??r.t or paapnpe apply to I
.liORoK B MARTSON. rrialde. l, m
No. 5 Bcwllij; Uiccn. w
PRICE FOUR CENTS.
HAVANA. SISAL AKD VKRA CKl'Z
New \ork and Mexican Matt Steamship Line.
c. SaljliiK every twenty dura.
, am" MK.<Kj, Captain will leave pier So. 18
hajt river ,,n Tuesday, June ill, at 111 A. m.
roi irei"la or hhmih.-p m<niv t..
- * " rr t." ALKXANDUF. A RON'S,
No. M Bemrer street.
TEXAS LINE, FOR C.ALVKSTON, TEXAH.-FREI<; HT
taken Hi Inw u by any other line. The A1 nlemner A (UAONE,
Captain Unlet, willlea\? pier 20 K*?t river Saturday,
Jinn- 27. Nci charg* made for drayage In tialveaton on gnoi)*
forwarded to the Interior hy railroad. For freight or pa?lage,
baring luperlor accommodation*, apply to C. II. MALLORY
* CO., l5J Maiden lane.
FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
MERCHANTS' STEAMSHIP LINK,
eomprialnE the drat claiKteamnhli*
OENEKAL ORANT, Captain H. H. Onlek.
CRESCENT CITY, Captain E W. Holmes.
SHERMAN, Captain W. P. Henry.
UENERAL MEADE. Captain A. W. Samrsoa.
t'NITEU STATES, Captain U. L. Norton.
A. U. Sampson,
will he despatched on Saturday, June 27, at 3 o'clock P. M.,
from pier 12 North rlrer.
Freight received at through rate* for St Loul?, Mobile and
aThe*CRESCENT CITY will iiiceeed, ??mn^ Friday, July
F?* "Ew "Ki'SSoSifffl- line.
Steamships of thu line will leave pier No. V North river at
3 o'clock P. M. M follows:?
CORTES Nelson Saturday, June 27
MARIPOSA Krtnble Friday, July 3
Freight taken Tor St. Lou it, Mobile and Galveston at through
For passage or freight apply to the agents,
H. B. CROMWELL 1 CO.. 8? West utreet.
FlOK SAVANNAH. OA
FREIGHT AT REDUCED RATES.
HUM ME It ARRANGEMENT.
CHANGE OK DAYS.
During the dull season, or uutll further notice, the departures
for Savannah will be every Weduesduy and Saturday, a
LEO, Captain Dearborn, Wednesday, June ?4, from pier M
East rlrer. at 3 P. M.
SAN SALVADOR. Captain Nlckerson, Saturday, June 27,
from pier No. 0 North river, at S P. M.
CLEOPATRA. Captain Phillips, Wednesday, July 1, from
pier 16 East river, at 3 P. M.
GENERAL BARNES, Captain Morton, Saturday, July 4,
from pier 36, North river, at o P. M.
Through rales given and throuijh bills of lading signed in
connection with The Central Railroad of Georgia. Through
tickets lo all points by Central Railroad of Georgia, Atlantic
and Gulf Railroad and Florida steamers.
Ml?RRAY, FERRIS A CO., 61 and 6! South street.
LIVINUffTON. FOX A CO., 88 Liberty street.
WM^R. GARRISON, No. 5 Bowling Green.
FOR SAVANNAH, GA.-BLACK STAR INDEPENDENT
Line. Opposition to Monopoly. Freight Ht radured
rates. The lirst class steamship VIRGINIA will leave pier 13
North river, on Saturday, June 17, and the THAMES, on Saturday,
Julv 4, at 3 P.M. For freight or pasaaxe apply to
R. LOWDEN, Agent, Kl West street.
nrmviTu nmit-N a > <> I,
(looiU tor the Interior promptly forwarded.
FOR CHARLESTON, 8. C., AND THE FLORIDA
The. People'* Mail Kteamalilp Company.
Steamer MONEKA, Capt. Marabmaii, will aall from rl"r
No. 4 North river, Friday, June 2#. at 4 P. M. Through bills
lading Ismied to all point* South In cortart-lion with Sooth
Carolina Kail mail and bv "trainer to Klortda porta. Uooda
forwarded free of cunimimiions. for freight apply to
WHEELER .* LINN AM), 13 Broadway. _
||I0| CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA POKTS.
I New Yuik aud Chnrleiton Steamship Company's
first clam aidewlieel rtaamahiii
CHARLESTON, Captain J. Berry,
on Saturday, Juuo 27, at u P. M a.illiu^ from pier No. ii North
Superior accommodation* for paiaeiiKeri.
Through parage ticket* and wlla or lotting i??'?ed to ail
runt* South and Southwr?t, In eonneetlon wltli the South
arolina Railroad and with utemiiera to Florida port*.
IIENRY R. MORI,AN A CO., Ar.enU, 2? Broadway.
For charlkston, s. c., the Florida ports and
the South and Soutbweat Regular line.?The AI taut
and reliable ?t>-aiii?hlp MONTKRKY, C. Ryder, commander,
will nail Wediiraiiay, June 84, at ? P. M., Irom pier
14 Kant rlveij foot of Wall atreet. Through bllla of la-lim: to
all points Ronth and Bouthwest. Agents In Charleston
(Kavenel A Co.) forward all goods free of cunni is?lnn.
ARTHUR LEAKY, 7.1 Willinui ?tioet.
The fine steamship SARAtiOSSA will nail ou the following
(\i<u uuMi.iiiiii Mr.AJiMiir i.uai An i.?tun
/ folk, City Point and Richmond, new unit elegant si n wheel
Steamships ISAAC Hi-.LL, ll.VTTERAH, ALHEM
A It LIC. SARAToOA and NIAiiAKA. One or tlic almve
llrst class ship* will be despatched for Norfidk and Porttmouth
every Tuesday, Thursday atul Saturday; and lor City
Point and Richmond every Wednesday and Snturdav, at .1
P. M., from Pier 37 North Ktver, fi>ot of Reach street, connecting
with the seaboard, Inland Air I/lne, Vlrnnla and
Tennessee Air Line, Southudt1 and Petersburg Railroads, nfut
Richmond and Danville and Virginia Central Railroad*,
taking frelftbt anil granting through Mil* of ladlu;; to nil
points South and Southwest. Hills of ladlnr allied on the
pier tip to the hour of sailing. For freight or pu <?.i;;e, having
decant stateroom accommodation. apply to
N. L. MoCKKADV, President,
187 ?;ree?vri.:li, corner I>ey street.
TO TOI'RISTS AND PLEASITRIC SEEKERS.
The nlcasanlett and most economical route to the S'il(iliur
Hpruii;* anil battle field* of Virginia. TIM Old Domittnn
Steamship tloropany l*aue excursion ticket* to the above
point* at low rales, via KIcbtnond, Va.
The *blps of this company arc expressly fitted for the aucommndailonof
passengers, and are despatched for Richmond
every Wednesday and Saturday at It P. M., from pier 37 North
rtver, foot of Heacb street.
Paasengcr* by this route will hare an opportunity of seeing
tbe different historic points of Interest on the JfW river,
tbe ships Invariably passing the upper James by daylight.
Kor further particulars apply ut the mUce of the company,
187 Ureenwlch street, corner of Dey atreet, New York.
MAINE STEAMSHIP LINE FOR PORTLAND.
reduction In fare and cbanjft of days of sailing.
The steamships DIKIIK) and KltANCONIA will leave pier
SB Kaat river on Monday and Thursday, at 4 o'clock P. M.
Paaaage to Portland, Including stateroom, *&; cablo passage#).
These teamahip* connect at Portland with tbe (irand Tronic
Railway for Monlreal, Uuebec and other pointa in Canada
and the West; also witn tbo International Steamship Company
for Eaatport, Calal* and 81. John, N. It.; also with
steamship Cariotta for Halifax, N. S., leaving Portland every
Saturday P. M
Woods forwarded to all part* of Maine Freight received
dally. Rills of lading signed nt office on pier.
Kor freight or passage apply to
J. F. AM EH, Agent, plerUH Ka*l river.
Tnitvi I i/liu) ciTinr
nAY LINK KOR ALBANY AND rROY. TIIK
iMltiiTu 0. VIBBAllD anil llANIKL DREW. cm nu<l alter
Mhv lAI, will leave alternately from Drrbroaae* treel at H '0
A. M., and Thirty-fourth *treet H:4.1 A. M? landing at Wmt
rnlnt, Cornwall, Newborn, Poitgbkee[Hiie, Rhlm beck, Tlvull,
CaUkhl ami llud*on. fare to Albany or Troy,
TTUDflOM RIVEK AND IIARL! M RAILROADS. IT
Train* for AlHany mi I Trnv, nmneilln; with Northern
ami Western train*. leave N'w York vln IliiTmin River Railroad,
Thirtieth Mrect anil Tenth avenue, H ami II :'.i\ A. M. anil
X:45, 6:30 and II I'. M., and vta Harlem Railroad, Twenty
lixth ttreet and Kourth avenue, at II A. M. and 4 Ift I*. M.
The 6 80 I'. M. train via Hud*?n River will run on
Sleeping car* attached to fi .HI and 11 I*. M.triln*.
Drawing room ear* attached tot \. M. train.
WILLIAM H. VANDKRBILT. Vl< e President
rOW PAKE TO ALBANY AVI> TROY. ONLY y I 11.
J The elegant learners VANOERIWLT and l'ONNK<TI'I
T leave pier 44, north of Spring "tro t, at ti mid loot of
fhlrty fourth *treet at H>? o'clock P. M., every evening (X itirdav
eirepted), connecting with rail Went and North,
'are Sunday*, Vt- Returning, leave Troy at 6 aud Albany
PROVINCE OF SAO PAILO BRAZIL.
SAO PAULO RAILWAY.
A dally train to and from Sanlo*. K*o Paulo and Jundiahv,
mining within thirty utile* of t'amplna*.
January 1, 1WW. J. J. A CBKKTJN, Superintendent.
N. B. The booking ofllce In Santo* will be uoen lor ticket*
>nd liikvagc on tlie arrival of the boat* from Rio.
AUOVI KF.P.P COOL.-FOR ROCKAWAY ANI> SKA?lde.
The ?teamer I'OKT ROY A L will leave every day,Sunay
Included, from Warren *treet. North river, at (To'elork A.
L, for Roek.iway, Seaaldeand K.ldert limine; returning from
Uu kaway at II :S0 P. M., arriving In New York about (o'clock
\?TO LET?FOR RxocRsroNP. COMMODIOI ?
. Har^e* and Steamboats ol all kind*; Reman'* Well ami
thcrgrove*; popular mimic; tffteaeh.
McMANl'S, #1 Na*aait *treet, room No. ?.
'ONEV ISLAND FERHY.-THK STAAMKR WORWALK
' run* re gularly to 4'oney l*land, leaving t'hrletopber *treet
t? 20, 12 to, 3 SI; Warren ilreet^ 4il( 12 411, :i 40; pier .V>.
^ARE 16 CENTS. AFTERNOON BOAT TOR V<INKKU S
7 llaallnga. Dobba' Ferry, Irvlngton, Jfvaek, Rockland
iiko Ami HnV'Ttlraw The alraraer THOMA8 COLLYKR
irn the pier fool <>' Warren itrwl every afternoon nt H 45;
hlrty-fourth atreet, < o'clock (Sunday* excepted.) Returnig
leave* Haveratraw nrrt morning at 8:45 landing at Rockind
Lake 7:05; Nvack, 7:*); Irrliurton, 8 o'clock;
errv, K.1i5; Hnxltti?K, x 1&. Vonkera, 4:30, arriving at Thlrtyourth
Hired H 15. rare to Yonkera, 15 cent*.
LMHHINO BANKS RI HI LAR BOAT DAILY (SATl'KP
day* ejccptcd . The *uper1or ateainhoat WYOMINO,
la plain lloltno, will leave dallv from Klghth atrect at 7,"*;
'eck alin, ft. Cbrlalopher afreet, <) , and pier 4, North river, nt
o'aloik. Scknbel** Hand, Halt, Liue* ami Hetreahment* on
nurd. Fare $1, ladie* &o cent*. Commencing Monday,
I'd ( II \ KTI K *TI AM YAc'HT WM. DFFOKKST, FOR
I picnic*, eicuralona, flailing or chowder parth-*; acornmdate
100 peraona wltb comnirt; term* reasonable. Apply
i the Captain on hoard, foot of Thirty eighth atreet, R. R.
I'HK "LEKDH ART OALLKRIES," N08. H17 AND
MP Hroadwav, corner of Twelfth atreet, from Jul? I
i October J, arc well known to be the ducat, moat apachma,
jd beat lighted gallerle* |H Uie I tilted glutei, are elegantly
.rumbu I fn every reinect. Apply to
H. II. LKhHS A miner, 98 Liberty ttreH.
, RTIFICIAL TERTll-QREAT RKPI'CTION SKTS *6
k and upward*. Call and etantlne; teeth filled, 80 cent*,
iwartla. JM> Klub avenue, above Fifteenth ftreet.
\R MARTELL, DENTIST. LATH ?M SIXTH AVENUE,
J haa removad to ?I2 Seveaih avenue, above Forty-fifth
eel, llroadway Junction. Rubber Si t ol i'eetb, (5 to #10.
d aeta bought or irin Je over.
kH. WHITE'S DKNTAI. R' <?V< ARE AT 5S SIXTH
' avenue. Improved t rtlttci.il Teetu rmm to fJli. an.
rlor In beauty, dnrabllliv and i?efitlne?a. I'e< tit tilled with
>ld *1. Call and eiamlne apet Ituena be fere engaging elMhi
1EETII I-.XTRACTKU Wl rllOl'T P VIN. F.LEVR1*
j t m a. <l?" dnllv I rauii til I'eettl, #1 : aet, iflO. IM
la I 'tight. J A V VllLkHH, l.*>5 tlmml air. at. near Hroadar.
III. lll!NRV VI LLtl\.>, Jtii Ufkudmvtt. ueat ttvwtr?.