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OAfDRIS WANTED. f IORIHO *: HY IUOUARLK FURNISHED ROOMS, with or wtth->ul Hoard, in a *tn>U family, Hoar lii.aer Von**. In.(u'r* .it It *V?t I wuttt y ninth street. Location oxowlaat. Hurnmrr price*. , JjO TO $ PIR WKKK. rtRXISHKD ROOMS TO ?let, with or without Hoa< J or for II gtit hou?ekeopIng ; American family. 8< Hu Itou tlrret, corner Harrison. Q>(* TO $10 PER WEI K. -PLE ASANT. C?>OL ROOMS, flps) with nrelltnt Boart, for families and single persons, at Hi Bleruker street, all block* weel of Broadway. | Least thirty-first sthket.-permanf.nt or trai.rlcnt boarders accommodated wnli hand'ome ma and Ar?t claa* Hoard, at model ate prlcei for the a tinnier I 7 VAN HAM 8TRKKT, N EAR MACIHJl'llAK HANDsound r i urnlahsi larre and entail Rooms to let, with or without Board; terms moderate. , TO WAVKRLRY PLACE.?TnH FINEST HOUSE IN I th the city for einr gentlemen or gertlem-n and wire*; *i0, $14, $16 and $#0 tor two, with Board, labia Board. _ 1 K WAUKKN PLACE. CHARLES STREET, NEAR It) Oreouwkh arenua LarLe airy rooms, furnished or imfemlshed. with or without Board; location daelrable and aooeaalent to oara; larme moderate; alio Iran a lent hoarder* accommodated. I lr? WKSf FOURTEENTH STREET?TO LET, WWH lO Board, nice y furnuhed Rooms, to familtee or single gentlemen. Reference*. n UNIVERSITY PLACE,?RE ACT! Ft'L ROOMS, ' handsomely fumlehed en ml'* or separately; also etde Room, on Dm floor front). with it ret else* Board, at ummar prion*. "I (\ WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.--WITH BOARD, !?/ two large Room* on second door; also large single Room. Reduced price*. orv WAVERLBY PLACE. NEWLY EURNISHF.D.-TWO 4u1' ' Roods* to Ml. with Hoard; ub!a Urat cla**; al*? elefant Room* to let at Lud< Branch ; board W par fl*T for dolt*; good rtabllog for bora**; references givrn ana required. lequlre u above. <>?} WEBT FOURTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN ? a- Fifth and Sixth aveauat.?Tiro or three dealrable ball Bedroom*, aecond and third door*, front, to let, with Board, to atogle gentlemen ; location pleasant, Ac. OQD STREET (MADISON SQUARE).?HANDSOMELY ZO funs.abed Suit or Room* to let, with or irlthout Board; also single Koom* for ge ntlemen, reference* exchanged. Call_al 88 Eait Twenty third ktroet. d)ff ST. MARK'S PLACE.?BOARD AND FURNISHED jjit) Rooms, suitable for parties of single gentlemen ;table excellent; terms $6 and $T per week; table Board at $8 per per week. <)Q BOND STREET. LAROE AND SMAI.L FUR+jtj ulshed Room* to let, with Board. JffTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVRNCR.-SOUTHERN ?)?J gentlemen or lumlltei requiring transient or permanent acrommortHtlons should apply at Everett Library, CM ELxth avenue. House newly ranoratsJ. OQ WFST THIRTY-THIRD STREET, BETWEEN i)(l Broadway and Elfin a van tta.?Pleasant Rooms and ' Board lot a family or gentleman; references exohenged. I A ft EAST NINTH 8TREET, NEAB BROADWAY.?TO ' iu lit, with or without Boar 1, large Rooms, suitable for < Katlemen and wires; also Rooms for single grnllemen; day ardars accommodated. tOD STREET WF.8T, 244, ONE BLOCK FROM BROADIU way?Delightfully ooid location for summer. Second Floor and Rooms lor'smgle men, with Board, at reduced i prlcoe. j 4 A WEST TWELFTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH "TT and elxth avenues.?One double and one eingte Room, with Board, bouse and accommodations first else*; terms j moderate. j ffO BOND STREET.?Ft'RNI8HED ROOMS; TRAN- ! cart*. r.O WEST TWENTY-SECOND STREET.?ELEGANTLY t'U furnished Rooma, with first class Ereucb labia rQ PLKRY STREET-GENTLEMAN AND WIPE OR ?)0 single gentlemen can find pleasant Rooms, with Brat class Board, at greatly reduced prices /?A WEST FOURTEENTH STREET, v l Rooms to let, with or wtlbout Board. Moderals rates tor tbe summer. OA MACDOUGAL STREET.?TO LET. ELEGANT Ot; Rooms, wilb good Board, to single gentlemen or gen tlemsn and wires; first class location, and alt the comforts of 1 a good borne. QD AMITY STREET.?TWO LARGE HANDSOMELY OU turnlahed Rooms, with piano, cloaet, hot and rold water, bathroom, good Board; suitable for gentleman and wile or two gentlemen ; references ; terms moderate. 1QO EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET, NEAR IRVING JOO place.--One or two Rooma to let, with Board, In a French family of reunemcaL Excellent opportunities for tudytag and speaking the language. References required. 1/17 WJ 8T ELEVENTH street-a private JtI family will let. wlili Board, a large second story ! Room and Extension, nicely furnished; also Rooms on third floor; |>rtoe* moderate. OAQ EAST klQHTEF.NTH STREET.?DESIRABLE /j' l fj aud cool Rooms, with or without Hoard, Willi home comforts, to gentleman aud wife and single geuiUmeii Terms moderate. El 1HTKENTU STREET. BETWEEN SECOND u J' and Third evenues.- Front and Hall Room to let, turnUhed, with or without Board; modern Improvements; first rate location ; turms reasonable; pleasant home. >f\Q WEST THIRTV-FOURTH STREET-PARTIES Ol'O wishing s home In a small family, without the usual annoy*D<'" 01 boarding house life, csn lind two large, finely furnish".. Rooms on second boor and a generous table. ?r.O WEST THIRTV-FIFTH STREET.-GOOD BOARD ) ) ) end I'lsassnt Rooms csn be bad; $f> fit) to sniper i week ; gas, hot and cold water In room; bath adjoining. tri) CANAL STREET?A FEW FURNISHED ' Rooms to let to stn?le gentlemen, with or without j Hoard ; rrlerenoe required. I \ PRIVATE FAMILY, NEAR CENTRAL PARK, OF- ! fer superior arcutnrrodeti >ne: hnr, dsnjiely furnished j Rooms, with private lable only, or without board: terms i atotinblr. Apply et S07 West Fifty-second street. \ FEW SINGLE OR MARRIED GENTLEMEN CAV J\ find first "!? ? Aeonmroodstlons In one of the finest locations In the city; all modem Improvements; i oise'css pavement. terms ' moderate. Inqu re at fit Great Jones street Reference required. I A LADY CAN HAVE BOARD BEFORE AND DURING I eonrtn" uent, a i1 lulsut adopted on1, by Dr. and .Vme. 1 WEST. 141 VVe"t 40tb street, near Seventh avenue. A LADY CAN UAVE llOARD AND MEDICALTAT tendance before and during confinement In the family of a regular physician Call on or address M. D.,MWesl | forty-fourth street, near Sixth avonuc. 17LEOANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?WITH J'j Hoard, at summer prices. In Forty-ninth street, between Fifth and Sixth * venues; uooiceptibuab'.o references given nil requited, Address ik>? ,?!? run ooice. tpour adults mat klin first claps board in i private fsemi.tr, ir?;nllic>,nt river view , terms moderate. Ad drees b., box fci, vlinkers, or 0. w. lord, 65 Liberty It. in thk fine new private boarpipo hol're.? i Kite furnished Knnmi, with Board, < * to 1*10; Rooms, w iliout lionril. as f> h* Iier week: a'ao table Board. slo Sec ond aveuue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth streets. On i. .st fifty-seventh btrekt-to let. with Board, two large alrjr Rooms, In a first class ho'tset family private. Trruis reasonable Address boi 4,djfl Post < fltee. epo rent?a choice suit of room*, on REOOND 1 floor, to Kentleuien, with Breakfast, near to cars and boat landing ; email private family. Address choice, Hailent Post office. MARE and LtfPOl *0 VV\U- ?. \ quiet, kiddle-aoed gentleman desire* board, Ac., with a young widow preferred. Address home comforts, Herald office. a married couple desire board in a pr! ' j\ vale family, where there arc no other boarders. Ad- j dress, staling lull purlieu are, d. j. v., box i'm Herald Up- i town Br.mcu office, 1,21b Broadway. Board wanted-by three adults; must have ' pood table, no chills and fever an i everrthlug pieaaanL ; Address, s'attnz terioa, Ac , m r. 8., liorald office. j f>oakhffantkd-for man and wife, and aloo ' i) for three ladles. together or separately; answers, to receivc notice, must state location of rooms, lowest price and full particulars. Address, for three days. extra, box 14* Herald office. wanted by a wlt'otv l.vnV, board in a pri *r rate bearding bouse; niu?t be firs; c ase; ref<rcnc?a given and required. Address Mis. b., box ifll Ilcrald oilier. I IT ANTED BOARD FOR A V II'OW LAD7, IN NEW il V-.rk ot Brooklyn; wlil fur .Jab and ... r ran sf her rcsun; ball Bedroom not wauled; term- ui Icratc, Add.ess I HOME, box Si.iibb New Vork Post oil ?. WANTED BY WIDOW f.ADY A ID #.s Ill' 7 VEAKP, J vf ci ,i,for.aide It ioia i I li j I li r private laniity; i price r'nor.r.b e, ex'baugc rei. uc s. Add as, stating terms, WTI.I West Twc- thbw tfee'. HOTMIsf . I ibb 1 Hon i., WARREN MR' i. <IXB BLOCK Id from City llall.--Rooms f?v otic . da-, .fl co t'< a4 a week . lam iy rooms $1 and *1 M n .ay. ?1 u> iyS a week. otlktlvant house, l,l"d broadway cornkr ad of Twenty ulrhtli and Tweutv-niatb s.iests. New Vork.? i Wlt.i elevsliu. Hv?r i $:i .ill per day. lew Id A UK'HIGK 8. lf.LAND, Propr e.ort, cotntkv uoaiu). Vbtoria rbrsonh looking for pleasant, alrv ri- >tna. house standing high an i table choice, will . u ease address boa ibd Astoria (U i i Poet office. Gentlemen will find tie access easy by boat or cars Art. you going to the bea shore/--fine fishing, healing, bathing, hooiiag, Crescent beach, pear East lynn, Conn.; two Cottages to rent ot sell; f imu, h. b. cruttknden, or barnes A cuuttenden, 335 Broady?y Ala ;>v can have all tup. comforts of a borne, in a quirl fsnmy, In the country, before and i d urlog cor.finrii e:.t terms moderate. Address s. f. rice, i Krotse.acril.le. n. y. a ?belmont hall. m l* brighton, htatfn j\ . lsiand.-Fionta the bay Dear lauding . sp endld sail ol 18' minutes from Dey str-et, one view , sail water bathing , t)suing b. l. pierce. A YOUNG MAN WISHES BOARD IN 8TA TEN Island, in a good location terms m .it notexeeul .ys per weak Address mackav, bus 4,fti3 Post office. a -two (ir three pamilii.h ( an obtain (Mull J\ . Board on leaaonabie terms; location one ol the faalthiasl in the Btaie, thirty ml.es from city, accessible by eltbei Northern New Jersey or Hackenaack Railroad Address john t, eoyu, Bpiinjr Valley, Rocklau i county, Dew Turk. see- a 'KW PERSON* LOOKING FOR quiet and sy\ health cae he nicely ano reasonably accommodated ii sailea from the city; advantages of a farm house without its Alsedrealafea. Address AtioOIT, Herald office HOARD AMONG mountains and pine orovkr j) Two tralas dally , bertha, milk and vegetables in abun Cinoe; as ta sad drives unsurpassed no m< aqiul >es, terms uAsnth. l dudley, Corneal', Conn JNKW YOR JOlTNTttT IMIATll). | DOARDINQ KOK SIX PERSONS WANTED- NEAR i J) I'aler.on, N. J. Moat ba pleasantly located, w:lk plenty of (bads. Must b? lew olh.ir l.oardare Addreai ?oi l.ih? Poal offca. -|>OAKI> ON LONO ISLAND WANTED FOR A KAMIl> It of ail. wltn accommodations for four extra irom Saturday to Monday of each wr k; mual Is' near the ?ca shore and within oue hour'* rlilo from lb" cite. Address, at .ling if run, JUUN A MACK, 39 Nassau street, New York. CdLAYKKACK COLLEGE AND HUl>SON RIVER INJ at time will bo opeae I for aumraor Hoar .era July I; good acoommodallon fur families with children ; no extra oitar^e lor extra room. Addreai Key. ALONJStl FLACK, I'larcrack. N. Y. COl'KTRT HOARD IN ONE OK THE MOST BEAUTI ful lowna In Connecticut, with erery possible oouifort and coueeuienoe. Ooud aocomruo tallona for aarraoti and horses, with auleadid dileca and all the attractloua of a coun try II o. Teima moderate. Addrera box U1 I'oal odice Chaah re, Conn. , CdOUNTRY BOARD-AT MADISON, N. J.; HOI HE J beautifully altuated, with superior shade; location un urpaaaod; Ka-sa'c Hirer a few mda from house; no effort baa been snare I to make the house desirable and oomfortable; connnieut to oan: terms reasonable. Addreai D. Y. i H., box 70 Madison, N. J. i flOUNTRY_BOARD-AT METUCURN, N. J.; AIRY v nooras, rresn trim, uiuc anu reclames ; ti if; mn.it rate prlcei. App.y at lid VVcat Twelfth atreet, New York. Also city Board. CtOUNTRY BOARD-IN A QUIRT, HKALTIIY VIL- ! ) lake, 16 uln.s west of Cataklli; line air, beaiUlfu teener/; pleasant rldea; milk, ejaa and chickens; good accommodation tor borae* and ca riagea: term* 97 oar wees; obi drea balf price. JACOB CRAFT, South Durham, Greene county. j COUNTRY BOARD-AT A BOARDING HUTKL. IN A beautiful tillage of e?*y aooess from New York, at from 96 to *8 par week. Inquire of O. O. SAUK A BUG., 386 Greenwich street, New York. I pOPNTRY BOARD-AT BRRGKN POINT, N. J., ON V ) Shore road, opposite aeenue A ; hoatin;, bathlni and stabling; terms moderate. For particulars Inquire of Mrs. ; IIALI,. on the premise*, or of W. T. YOUNG, Ida Wall street, New York. | COUNTRY BOARD.-PLKASANT HOMK AND BURronndlngs, wl:hout the coal of elegance. A family or a few others taken. Stable room if needed. Address look boi 36 Post odice, Danbury, Conn. C10untry board-one hour's ride by new | > Harm Railroad; boost pleasantly situated; shady ground*, plen-y of milt, boating convenient; evi rylhtng urit class. Address W. W., K>e, K. Y. i (COUNTRY BOARD?AT A FARM HOUSE, IN ROCKJ lend oounty. near Suflern station, SO miles from cltv by Erie Railway, where good accoramodalt jH can be obtained, j The house Is nlcelv situated in a very healthy location, near the Ramapo Mountain*; has very tine, larte rooms; plenty of | shade: good table, with fruit, vegetable*, egg*, milk, ice. Ac. i term* moderate. For particular* Inquire at 484 Sixth avenue, of Mr. COt., Proprietor, to-day. COUN1RY BOARD?FUR SIX DESIRABLE PERSONS (ladiea preferred! can be had at moderate price*. Location. village. Address Mr*. F. J. PALMER, Ureeuvillo, Ureene county, N. Y. CtOl'NTRY lOARD.?A FEW PERSONS DESIRING A J pleasant home In the country for the summer and fall ean address J. W., box U7 Post olllce, Hudson, N. Y. pOUNTRT BOARD.?A FEW MORE LARGE, AIRY \J Rooms to let. In a private boarding house, three minutes' walk front depot, at Mioomfleld, N. J.: well shaded ground* and good table. Inquire <>t Mr. HAYNES, M Barclay street, eeoond floor, or at Rundell House, Bloomfleld. Good board and pleasant room??at pas ale, N. J.. 45 mluute* from New York. For partlculsre inquire of Mr. OLAKK, Itid chambers street, or 01 Mrs. 1 VAN AUKEN, Passaic. Good country board may be obtained at Sing Sing; very fin* location and pleasant rooms. Au- ! ores* box 181 Herald olllce. ttandsomely furniriieo rooms to" let-with jx o??( 01 uoara, at rcruoam; aunts iv; 40 minutes' i ride by (Iarlrm Kaltroad, three minutes' walk from depot. Add reu Mr?. b RAUL by, Fordhatn. W. y. j MOUNT KISCO. OH HARLEM RAILROAD, FIVE minutea' walk from depot.?Three r.r four choir? Rooms, with Board, at elegant country seat; high ground; ' piano tn house; fine croquet grounds; short distance f rom j Proton Lake; fine reiiicles at reasonable rates. Apply to I VVM L. PRuCH, Mount Elsco, West, heater county, N. Y. vj ICE ROOMS AND GOOD BOARD CAN BE HAD AT IN Franconia, with a fine dew of the Whits Mountains. | Terms moderate. Address MILO J. CORLISS, Frauconla. , V. h. J New dorp, statrn island, onk hour from tomb ferry.?High, healthy location; beautiful news, 1 Walks, drirea, bathing, Be.; cool, quiet and shady; terms %9. J. P. KELLKTT, on premises. >krsonb' wishino country board can kind a few good Rooms at K. K. MOTT'8, Tarrytown, on the udson. OUMMEB ROARD_A FEW FAMILIES CAN BR ACti commodatea wlih Board at Glenmere House; location high end hsalthy, on a beautiful lake, IH mile from depot; fine fishing, boating andiplendl I drives, near severs I villa,es; churohea, Ac. Terms ij(8 to BIS per week. Address O. It. VAN DORKN, Florida, Orange county, N. Y. SOUTHOLD, L. I?COUNTRY BOARD; GOOD ACCOM modations; splendid bathing, fishing and driving. For particulars address F. m. SMITH, Boulhoid, L. L, or IRA U. TUTUILL, 10 Wail street WANTED-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. BOARD BY A young lady, on tbe line of the Morris and Essex or Northern Railroad of New Jersey; references exchanged. Address O. (>., box 8,149 New York Post oflics. 3 LABOR, COOL~AIRY R OMR?FIRST CLASS TA'ble, at the prirats boarding housa at Madison, N. J.; 7 rnlnutes'walk from depot; location elersted; ylew charming; air pure mountain; opposite the large park of Drew Seminary; unexceptional references. Address LEWIS T. JANES, Madison, ft. J. r SINGLE, 10 FAMILY ROOMS, EN SUITE. AT NOR ) wood House, 48 minutes from Jersey City via Northern New Jersey Railroad. E. K. HOUGHTON. iSLTIUEll RESORTH. I A T TOT LA TOURETTE HOUSE, MIOEN POINT, It J\ S3 minutes from New York.- Good Board and largo, 1 ?a'l furnished Rouins at reasonable pncra. R. McMICHARL, Ule American Hotel and Congrees Hall, Saratoga Spa. ' AT THE WASHINGTON ROCK MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Pnrellen, N. J., will ba found tha purest air, Boeat ternary, moat desirable and haalihy place for young children In the vicinity of lite city; abundant ehade, good tirlrea and fenernua labia; oni* 1V hour by rail from Liberty atreet. 'trcuiara at au6 and 1,17J Broadway. JOHN WOOD, Proprietor. RKLMONT HALL, NEW RRIOHTON, BTATP.N . Island- Kronta the tay; near landing; splendid sail of to mini.ies from Day street;'Cue view; .sail water batblog; fishing. 8. L. PIKKOE. ALBEMARLE HOUSE, SARATOGA 8PRINOR, N. Y? J\ Hroadwar, near Clarendou and Congress Sprlug. ? First ! class family hotel, now open; well ventilated rooms; situstlon unsurpassed. Address as above. Bath hotkl-on thb ska hhorb, at bath, l. I., U now opeo. Liberal arrangetnenia with (Ami Im for the aeason ; good bathing, (tabling, Ac ; acceatlble (eery A1 rolnutcK by Greenwood and Rata Railroad. Furnlahed Cottage to let. UBOKtiE SHIELDS. Bay view house, south bide, v. i.-housb within 300 feet of water; apt end Id ei-w from all the Bleeping rootoa of two baya, ocean, Ac., beat of anlpe (hootlug. tubing. Ac.; (till water and anrf bathing; rooma large and airy, furntabed In beat manner: high nouada; no aieedowa; good table; terma rcaaonaole. Addreaa M. v. B. BtfUIKKS, Good Ground Poit olLoe, L. I. / 100ver hou8b. cooperstown, n. t.-opfch for \ J lb- ae.iaor. Pour boura by rail from Albany. Accommodatlona for Sou Etteeta. COLEMAN A MAXWELL. IJMRHT CLASS BGAUD ob THE CAT8KILL MOUN1 taina, In a pleaaant farmhonae, within eaay aceeaa of all tbe celebrated eoenea. for MO per waek. For particular* apply to H. DIXON, 69 Broadway,or addreaa MILKS HAINES, TannerariUe, Greene county, N. V. JONG BRANCH. -CONGRESS HALL OPEN, ON AMJ crlcau and European plana. Rooma 90. Board and room 9(3 per day. J. W. STOK KB, Proprietor. | Mountain house. ' 8-mill Orange, N. J. 1 Tbta favorite summer resort. celebrated for lu sr enerv and I fine atmosphere, Is now even for the season. No looallty in : the vicinity of New York offers equal attractions. It has all Ibe modern ootircnie-ioea. It it but sixty mlnutea' ride from the foot of Barclay itrett, via Morris and Essex Railroad. Faroraole anaucetm-nis can now be make for the teaton. C. IUT7.KLBP.RGKR, Proprietor. Mansion house. long branch, n. j? july 4, 1*71. Dinner daily, from 2 till 4 o'clock. HAM I'LL LAIRD, Proprietor. N'KW COTTAGE AT LONG BRANCH-ELEOANTLY Iiirnltbcd, first cluti table: botrd MS per day; new tablet on premises Inquire at 836 Broadway (basement) | or 80 Waverlojr place. NYACK, O.v 1HE Hl'DSON.?A SPLENDID SUIT OP Rooms In tbe Rota Maoaloo. Addreat Mra. MOORE, aa a-'ore, or ai 17a Fil'lb avenus. vrEPTI'NK HOUSE. NEW ROCIIELLE. it n ,w open, New Haven cara moat every hour: time 40 minutes. W. j. FISH A BON. Orange LAKE HOUSE, NKWBURU, N. Y.-HOCSB refurnlahad; boating, rahin-, tabling. Ae. Steamer Mary Powell, Albany day boat* ana Hudson River Railroad. Addreat w. J. SCOTT, Superintendent, at tbe Lake. Reference w tv. Bridge A Co., New York Tatterealia, Porty-eecond atraei and Seventh avenue. CEVKN SPRINGS MOUNTAIN HOUSR, MONROE, tj Orange county. N Y? Distance from city Ml mllea; bouee two mllca from depot at Monroe: atagea connect: every accommodation for Drat claaa gneata, excursion ticket* ijl2 Apply early. J. PATTKR8QN. ST. JAMES HOTEL. MARION. N. J.-PIRST CLASH table, elegantly fnraiahrd Hooma, en suite or singly ; all modern Improvements , splendid shade tree* and parka; good ataldlDg, driving, boating ; ail the attracliong of toe country , eight minutea by New Jersey Railroad from Jer?ev City ferrlea?Oortlandt or Detbroeaeis atrret; thirty trains daily ; terms moderate Apply on tbe premiaee. or to GILES WALKS A I CO., IS Maiden i?ne. ST. JAMES HOTEL. fAR R' CKAWAY.L. I.-IS NOW open for tbe reception of gneata; table and manage ment first da*a; finest inrt and atlil water bathing on (lie i MSI; beautiful drives and ramhlei, boating, flailing, Ac ; liberal arrangements wlib families. A Idrvit K. A. LIARKAGH. Proprietor. Take souilialde Railroad from Roosevelt and Grand street Perries. Sands point hotel. Now oren. | JCM 1,1871. DUNSPAUGH A DOOL1TTLF SEAR Kb, III HOTEL. -THI6 FAVdRlTK RESORT, having been thoroughly repaired and enlarged, 1* now I open tor the reception o. transient and permanent bo.trdera. ft ia deligbtfully situated on tba Una of tbe New Jersey Southern Kai.road. between Long Branch and Highlands station, celebrated lor Its flue drivel, flatting and boating, and lor ita ocean and river bathing and Its eicetlenl oysters, darns and orabe; naly out minute from depot. btemnera Jessie Hoyt and P.ymootb Keck mage lour trips per day . from foot of Murray an net, North Klver, and by steamer Kta 1 Bird, pier36 North River, via Pjrt Washington For obolce | of rooms apply on tbe premliee, or addreat ROBERT EMERY, SSebright. N. J. WEST POINT. Parry House: l*ud at Cogtens' dock. This new and cegact hotel, on tbe banka of the Hudson, 1 adjacent to the Fails and Cotrene' Hotel, Is now open. Lib erul tal t lor famll.oa Addreae CHAe. W. IIKNDRIX, Highland Palls, n v K HERALD. FRIDAY. JU FOR ?AL?. AHRST i l^s liquor STORE for halb-intuk Eighth ward ; cheap rent, Ac. Apply at iii Browne at. A -for hale, liquor 8TORPS, restaurant*. Lager Rler Saloons, Milliard Saloons, Clear ' Iorea, (iro cerlea. Bakeries. Confectionery ami \ arlety Store, Cider Business, Drug Stoma. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar atreet. AIIOOP LIQUOR STOitK I P TOWK FOR SALE? Terr low, aa ih? owner la going to Europe rent of .tore and apartments only islu per month. Apply to D. F. CURLEV, 17 New Chamber* atreet. AN ESTABLISHED, ELEGANTLY FITTED UP DOWN town C'rner Lit nor 8: ore. with Stock, for if1.000; decided bargain given; owner retiring, CAMPBELL A CO., Auctioneera, No. I Weal Fourth atreet. A FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT AND DRINKING 8Aloon for rale; business location unaurpaaeed; splendid Investment; low rent; great bargain. Particulars at IS Chambtrs street. OEOKGE W. HIMERS, Store Ageucy. AND. I CORNER LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE-EX cedent buafmise location; smart. enterprising man unquestionably great bargain. Apply Immediately at &i Chambers street. GEtiRGB W. sIMERm, store Agency. A LARGE SIZE HERRING'S SAFE FOR SALE cheep. Also two small and one medium Sn'e of LMIe'a and Wllder'a make, at 8. G. QUIRK'S, 71 Maiden taue. Billiard room for sale?seven second size Chelan Tables; price 93,600; rent 91,200. Apply at Slo Fourth avenue. / ini r. Vinn rnn our vnu v rmo i vn fit ' ' tar. of a coal yard on tbe west side. Inquire of S. can'TKELL, 241 Fourth avenue. CIOAL YARD for SALE LOW.-GOOD LOCATION. J long lease, low rent, flit urea complete. Call between 10 and is o'oloek at t>4b East Eighteenth street. CIGAR STANDS, SODA WATER STANDS AT LONG French Tor sale; Photograph Galleries, Country Bakerlei. Lemon Cream Beer Business, Coal Yards. Downtown Lunch Rooms. MITCHELL'S Store Agency. 77 Cedar at. Druo 6TORE FOR 6ALE?IN BROOKLYN, e. d.; an old establish*d store, doing a good paylnv business: Eenulne, bona tide conoera; for a physician this store would e Just the thing, as he could get up a good practice In connection with tbe drug business, whien would yield him a bandsome Income; satlsractory r< aeons given for selling; price ?3,UUO casb. Address oKftSCIN, box 187 Hera-d olBce. DRUG STORE YOR SALE?$300 CASH ONLY. DRUG Store for sale, .*1 ikk) cash. Drug Stores for sale everywhere. STRICKLAND'S Druggists' Agency, 78 Cedar si. DRCG 8TORE FOR SALK-UOOD LOCATION: LEASE; rent $H5 per month ; sales $16 a day; price $2,1100. Apply to Mr. CON KLIN, with O. A 1 Crawford. 119 Fulton at. Excellent opportunity a first class restadrant. handsome.j ntied up and doing a select, wailpaying business, will be sold at a tacrine#, on account of owner's til healtn. Apply on promises 46 Walker street, near Broadway. For sale-a watch case factory, embracing all tbe tools, lathes, Ac., necessary to conduct tbe business ; evervthlug It to perfect running order. The tools can remain where they are, if desired, at a cheap rent. This Is a rare chance for any one wishing to engage in the business, as (he cone rn wld he solo at a great bargain. Apply to WARREN, 8PADONK A co., No. 4 Maiden lane. For salk-thk thistle alf. vaults, u6 narsau street. Call between the huurs of 111 and 12 A. M. For ralk-a grocery store, cheap rent. Rooms to live in. Call at 186 Elizabeth street. For salk-a liquor store, in a wf.lt, peoplsd locality. Apply at once to K. ROBITSCUEK, S.3 l-'owery. FOR SALE?8ECOND HAND DESKS, SHOWCASES, Drug Drawers, Sash Panels, Doors. Ofllcs Ratlings, Counters, She.ring. jlo. ; also an established Business, where ijCi.un i tier annum can bt reall/ed. Apply at 527 Hudson am1 No. !> \ e-lry street. FOR sale farm OR country skat; li? aCKKS splendid land ; full cultivation : good buildings; healthy location, Staten Island; $6,600; terms easy. DARHIN, 60 Broad street 17IOR SALE CHE-t P?A FIRST CLASS L1QCOR STORE, In West street, near the ilattnry. Good reaiona given for selling. Inquire at 69 West street. A. WlbSK. IfOH HALE CHEAP-A FINE WALNUT OFFICE DESK : sultib.e for bankers or brokers. Apply at 5o0 Broadway. For sale, cheap-coi ntf.r and fixtures complete. At RUAUAN'H. hi Park row. CiOOP, Fi I.L BOARDING HOUSE FOR 8ai.E- IS I moms; black walnut furniture; 13 beds ; location beautiful; two years' lease; low rent; a great bargain. 1IFNKV KINu, 003 West Twenty-sixth street. (1 rocf.RY STORE FOB SALE CHEAP-IN A OOOD T location down town, doing a good business. Apply to THOMAS UAIFNKY, Auctioneer, Ko. 1 Clumbers street. T IQCOR STORK FOR SALE OHEAP-WITtl LEASE; JJ corner lloustnn and Allen streets, adjoining Court House. Inquire In the store. 'HjtHERE'S FREEDOM. IN THE AIR." A TELEGRAM "CARTOON. OUT TO-DAT. MAClflNKltY. " AN F.NGL1SH KILE CUTTING MACHINE FOR SALE? Apply to J. TUOUBBOKON, 88 Cedar street, eecoud floor. FORSALE-A SECOND HAND JO HORSE POWER Engine nod Boilers, In first rate running order; can be seeo In operation Tor a week ; reason lor selling, power not > sufficient lor work requited. Inquire of the bALanoE A ! GROSJEAN Manufacturing Company, 8i? Keekman street. j IjlOR SALE CHEAP-AN UPRIGHT STKAM BOILER, ' witb Engine, 10 bursa power; also one Spice Mill, one I Coffee Mill, Coffee Roaster, Cooler, Ac., on premises, 143 Reads street. ' Lathes, presses, small engines, models, all kinds light Machinery. Jobbing, Ac., sattslaction guaranteed, at 61 and 63 Hamilton street, Newark, N. J. JOHN DANE. Jr. TWO *>XSu hO-HO R8E EMHNE8, WITH BOILERS, AT one-third cost of new; tunable for u* mill or factory; baler k Co.'a make, ami In rood order. ANDREWS* BRO., ?4 Water atreet. BUHINKSH OPPCKTPfHTag. ATOUNO MAN, SKILLED IN FINK TOOLS AND M AcUlnrrv. and pneeeetlng ? email capital, wlabea to obtain an intereit lu annic eitablithed manufacturing btiefneet where he can devote bit time and energv to lie advancement. Unexceptionable referenced given and required. Addreaa L. W., boi 173 Herald oflice. A WIDE-AWAKE partner wanted with $i,<*? to <33.0(0, la ad old ettablitlied tpeclaltv manufacturing t caab buaiiiean, where 4lo,Odd per month cab be realtred. bh : Barclay atreet, up atalra > A PARTNER WANTF.D-WITH JX.OOn. TO TAKE I half intereet tn a roo I eatabllahed inanufacturiog buelnett; large or.lera on bend ; no bono* ntted. MOuDV * CO* > I. 7 Mm my atreet, room IX. A PARTNER WANTKD?WITH A IF.W HUNDRED dollart, to take charge of a well located, good pay.n * Liquor Buaineaa, owner baviDg two etoret. BKiuOS k eON, 208 Rrnadway. A' WOHDERVCL"DISCOVERT.-A NRW. USEFUL AND profltable art taught In oue Icooo for $5, or money returned; mat 'riaU coat ouly $1. No. 1 UreatJonea atreet, rootn ltiJa, lop floor. Aur.K I Uf-MAIV, WHU nir Phla KLII 1 HIS MAISagement of one of tb? beat branches of business tu the world, desires 950,000 to $id,000; no agents or broxera noticed, n? no commissions will b? paid. All communications Strictly conbdenlial. Address BROADWAY, Herald office. -WE HAVE A FIR-T CLAM TARTY WHO I>V . sires to purchase a Coal an ! Wood Yard In contra! Brooklyn, for rath, Immediately. Apply to E. II. GIBBS A CO., iKBroadway. A valuable and well known mineral Spring for aale; an assured fortuno for an energetic bualtie-s man with some capital. C. H. OLIVER, No. 1 Beekman street. (Tents wanted- fok"th iTcIty and codntrT; good 4uleamrn only need app.y to C. S. BECK, W# Broadway, for particular!. All the right, title"a>Td Interest for the manufacture and aale of the patent Toad Toy for aalr. ('nil on or address W. A. FRAZEK. (97 Broadway, room SI. lo i.OOO can be aold by tbe right party, I should like to meet with some one that would go Into tbe livery and aalea stable bualneaa with ma aa mv partner; very Utile capital required; beat of ref ererces given and required, Addreu J. B. C., boa 113 Herald llftown Branch office, 1,246 Broadway. Lumber..-$i5,oco to $20,0,0, with a tracheal bna nets man, wanted lo engage In a new and undeveloped white pine lumber region. Personal interview to be had at PABST A McCRKAPY's, 71 Broadway, room t>(, between II A. M. and 1 T. M-, for a few daya. Partner wanted?an aijiivb tartnrr, with from $20,0(41 to $50,001), wanted in an old evtablisbed and well paying wholeaale bualneaa: reason-retirement of one of the partners cn account of alckueaa. Address T. F., Herald office. Partner wanted~\vTrTTaTapital of fe.ooo. Fn J the gunny and cotton bags ng manufacturing buatneaa. Apply to 0. GIBSON, 1.41b Main ftrett. Richmond, vs. THE INVENTORS' EXHIBITION AND PATENT Right Association, IS Warren street, New York, solicits Patents, evbtldla, and buys Patents and Patented tJooda. Patent Rlkbt Oarattr, price 10 cants. Tiie bipt hydrocarbon oab machine in the world; Stale and coni.lv Right* for sale. Can be seen In operation at 411 Weal T?veAty-i*vrnlh atreet. WANTED IK MEDIATELY -"$150 ON~SHORT TIME; vT ample security end handsome bonus will be git en. Address BONUS, Herald office WANTED?ANY PERSON OWNINO OR MANl'EAC4 v tiinne any novel article that Is salable would do well to send sample or call at the United States Novelty Manufacturing Co., 6*1 Broadway, ro on 26. W"anted a partner, with s4,(v)n, in an fsttb liahed office business In Ibis my , It will pay each partner $4,000 a year, sure. Address C. F., Herald office. WANTED A PARTNER IN mi; SECOND RAND furniture and auotlon buaineat, already establiabad, with $6n0; must oe sober anil industrious and* not afraid or work. 30b Hudson street. ANTED-A'RKLIABLE PERSON To PAKU ONEhslf Interest In and the charge of a provlt.on and produce store: evtsblishcd and paving well; a-WKl nccesssrv. HOPKINS, at Ws'dron sou Cooke's, Ida Liberty alraet.' <t9nn It h<,) I I K F. I) A GENTLEMAN WANTED \M Jliii"''" mediately lo lake no Intercut and art aa-caahler for a oriehrstad emlblllot visiting the wstering piacaa. l,ulW .Second avenue, first bed. fe'-tflft TO $500. -WANTED, A PARTNRR, I.N A ipQ\l\f ?*fe, honorable, lucrative business, wnlcb will lead a young man on lo fortunu, no risk whatever. T. tJAFFNEY, Aucnoueer, No. I Chambers elrcet. C'.|\n A FAIR BUSINESS VAN. WITH ABOVE V'l"'V. amount, ran hear of a good Investment by calling no C. P, WILLIAMS, 1M Water street, manufacturing an article staple and of ready sale. dfc'in nmi -* " AMOUNT WILL SECURE Till rjjvll f.I/4/Lr. monopoly of the Wei tern and Southern trade In a lucrative loudness; will hear thorough Inveatlga I tton. Address MONOPOLY, Herald LY 14. 1871-WITH SlfPP I TO LKT r?H JWHINKMM Pir?fWNWH. UTEAM tower to lkt ?rooms ofeyert dr. O serintion, No*. biS to 311 tul Twenty-aeoond street; alto In Centre *nd Elm streets. Apply to U. K. IiALL, 137 , Elm street TO LET?IN THE OLD llEftALU BUILDING, OFFICES suitable lor business and light manufacturing purposes. | Apply to BARKER A COSTER. 97 Nassau street. rilO LET?A FRENCH DYI-.INU EHTAHLI8HMENT, IN J Wast Korly-fourth street, near Ninth ursnii.; an old t established place. linpilre of M. DOUGHTY, 7J Nassau st. I mo LET-A GOOD CORNER, JUST FINISHED; 173 I J. Christopher street, near Hoboken ferry; 16 rooms; si ore 8IU6H; hotel, dining saloon or grocery; splendid business place. Apply oa premises. ?rj>HERB'S FREEDOM IN THK AIR." A telegbajT7;artoon. OCT TO-DAY. DWELLING HOIWlH TO LET. Furnished. A -THREE BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED HOU8RS to let, all witble two hloeks of Ftftb avenue and below I Thirty-fourth street. Apply to C. a. FECK A CO., 9*1 I Broadway. Handsome furnished house, ten booms, *h acres; beautiful, healthy location; abundant shad*. I fruit; dye minutes' walk from actioo.i, churches, depot; im j hour. GEORGE MAHON, ?8 Fine street. . T A RGB ENGLISH BASEMRNT HOUSB, PARTLY FUR. ij nlshed, to rent, lees than s'JOO per month, to a responsible parte. Address, Immediately, HOUSE, box 133 Herald ollica. Possession August 1. TO LET-PART1ALLT FURNISHED, VERT LA ROE tons Mansion iS East Twentr-secuud street, near Broadway, feet front; whole hall marble tiled; M feet wide. Apply before II. llawrn tailed. New four story brown stone house, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, on tho most appro rex ulna. Apply on the premises, 70 West Fifty-Ant street. Iu tea simple. To RENT?THE WHOLE OR part OF A DESIRABLE three store high stoop House; all improvements; rent low to a good tenant. For particulars apply at 3S0 Weat Forty-first street. TO LET-A FIRSf CLASS FOUR 8TORY BROWN stone high stoop House, 25 West Forly-llfth street, near Fifth avenue, for $8,500 (broker's commission allowed). 10K Chambers street. FCKMSQED BOOMS A.NU APARTMKNTH TO LBT. A FLOOR OF FOUR BOOMS TO LET-OA8 AND bath, and the Furniture for sale, black walnut and mahogany; everything comfortable tor a family. Call at 138 West Thlrty-hfth street, near Broadway. A -TWO OR FOUR PLAINLY FURNISHED ROOMS . tor housekeeping, $6 or 88 per week ; unexcrptionab'e location. 1,275 Broadway, junction of Sixth avenue, next to corner of Thirty-fourth street. TO LET-FURNISHED, IN PRIVATE HOUSE, TWO large, alrv front hall Bedrooms, on secoud and third floors, with gas and bath, and use of parlor. Id Cltuton place, a few doors west of Fifth avenue. Address Mrs. J. it., sta(inn n TO LET.?ONE OR TWO ROOMS, OR MORE IE REquired, partly furnished or unfurnished, for housekeeping, can be land at 416 West Nineteenth street; water on the same floor; quiet and desirable apartments. TO LET?IN A PRIVATE HOUSE. A NICELY FURmshed Room for gentleman or gentleman and wife. 226 West Thirteenth street. TO LET-FURNISHED, A FRONT HALL BEDROOM; also large back Keedroom, with gas, in private house 2H(i West Nineteenth street, near Eighth avenue. rpo LET-A COUPLE OF NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS ; 1 private house; bath, hot and eold water, to.; references. No. 2 Charles street, Warren place. TO LET-LAROE AND HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Rooms, without board ; summer prices. Apply at 17; Lexington uveuue. TO LET?TWO LAROE, NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, without board. In the private house <6 Last fourth street, between the Bowery and Second avenue. TO LET-THREE LARGE, AIRY ROOMS, NICELY furnished, lor housekeeping, to gentleman and wife; terms $11) per week; several other Rooms If required. Apply at laS West Twenty sixth street. TO LET?A FURNISHED FLOOR OF THREE ROOMS for housekeeping. Inquire at 66 Btautou street. TO LET-FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, TO GKNtleman ar small family of adults, a handsome Second Floor, In private brown stone house. Rent very moderate. H19 East Forty-ninth street. <)T WEST THIRTY-FIRST STREET.?TWO LAROE 2j1 Rooms, on second Boor, to rent at $28 per week; oue nuiMii iwuui ?v (nt. xvcici vucofc A Q WEST WE8T SIXTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN TkO Fiiili and Sixth avenues?Uandac-iely furnished ParInr and Bedroom on beound floor, to let, wlthuut Hoard. liefereucea required. |Q WE8T ELEVENTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIV-<R JO ally place and Fifth avenue?Furnished Kooma to let, without board. -O BOND STREET?F ORNISH ED ROOMS; FIRST ?)*J elasa restaurant a la carte. rn BOND STREET TO T.FT. a KIGELiY PL RN1SIII2D ?)o troni Parlor: ato hall Bedrooma, without board. Reference* exchanged. SECOND AVENUE?TO LET, SEVERAL VRRV 1' ) ? choice, elegantly furuiehed (urge and nrnall Room*, cool and airy, in drat clae* brown atone residence. Teruia rery moderate. Ol/f EAST THIRTY-FIRST STREET?NICELY PURM ri: uiahed, large Room, without board, if 1 per week ; closet, all lmprorenteuU and pleasant bouee and location ; hall Room, 9- 25. l'nfikmmiied rooms ani? ai'aict MCTTO TO LET. Lower part op not se to i.i r at i*4 wavehlay place, eorner West Tenth siren, with separate entrance, front and back parlors, dln.hk -oom, kltcben and two or lour otoer room*; rent uioi or ip>w "*r roontu. TO LBT?SECOND AND THIRD AND PART of i Fourth Flour, id print* liou*? 15 West Twemy-ttfth trot. Inquire wil'..iu, or at 06 Waikrr * . ert. J. HENRY. 1 Q WBHT FOURTEENTH BTRKr.T.^DEI JOUTFUL ,IO locuion: Ko >ma on aecond and third (loora, an aulto or ?lngly, aitllable for lamlile* or aing e gentlemen. KtlVrrncet exchanged. FfJUNITURli. AI'ONSIDEHAHLR REDUCTION HAS RKKN MADE In the price* of Furniture, Carpet* and Redding at o'FAKKELLB exteuatvc wareronma, SHU Eighth arenne. corner Twentieth ttreet. Meekly or monthly payment* taken. Aaron cristalab t co? 678 bkoadway, oppo it* Grand Hotel and near Bond street?Specialty in On* eecood hand, modern and anttane Furniture. CHEAT BARGAINS ID PARLOR, CHAMKKR AND LIBRARY SUITS AND MIRRORS. Call and examine before parcbailng oleewhere. A FAMILY DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING WILL ?ell magnificent Drawing Room Suit, Pompadour elyle, covered *ann brocatel, ncheet deacrtptiun, oott f GO, for hlOO; one do., #60; Pianoforte, eoit 8750, for f t<0; I'alotln_*, Bronte*, Mirror*, Etageree, Bookia*e*, Cabinet*, t liamber, Dining Furniture; eacrlfice. 88 \Ve*t Piricculh street, near Klfta avenue. A' T~ E. ROTH'S FURNITURE AND COMMISSION bouse. 60 Slacker street, between Broadway and flowery?Magnificent Marie AntoiueUa atylo aatln Parlor Suit, nearly new, cult $o">U, fur R275; one do. satin bnwatel, 8160; one do., #100; rru Suit*, from 850 up; Pinnolurea, Bedstead*. Bureau*, Mattresses, Carpel*, Mirror*, Fainting*, Ac., cheap for cash; del leered and packed tree. "T BARE CHANCB FOR PARTIES COMMENCING ! J\ housekeeping.? The complete Purnllure of private tara liy, ISt Weat Twenty-alxth *lrert, to be *old at the following low priee* for caahParlor Suit*, 8'4 up: 30 Bedroom Hull* In walnut, from i>30; velvet and Brussels Carpel*, 60c. yard; Mm lot*, cheap for caeb. A brilliant toned Pianoforte cheap rare chance?family Leaving~crrt. 1furnlture fire *tory retidence 12u Weal '1 w?nty-tblrd draet; Parlor Bull, aerea pleora, ; two Suit*, 840; Id Bedroom Set*, $60 upward*; Carpets, &oo.; In lot* *uit purcbaier*. Furniture, carpets and bedding, the largest assortment and the loaeat price* for caah, oi on weekly ormouthly paymenli, at B. M. CUM PERTH WAIT'S, 16& Chatham alreet. Monthly or weekly payments-carpets, Furnlluie, Bedding, Ac. DKALY A CUNNINGHAM, 8H4 nnd ,'tvii Third avenue, orar Twenty-elgbtb Mtcet Prlcea lower than any olhtr houa* In the city. OVF.R *12.000 WORTH HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR a'.e at aacrlflee?At Hrevoort plaee hon**, 12 Ka*t Tenth | alreet. between Unlveralty plaee and Fifth avenue. PianoI forte, eight aaitn brocatel and repa Parlor Suite, 24 ro*nwood *nd walnut Chamber Suit*, Maitre?*e?, Bedding, Carpeta, Curtains, Mirror*. Painting*, Ac , at lea* than half co*l for c.'iah. , _. RBMAHUIIW. CtAPR BRONNWiCK?FIFTH AVENUE AND fWl NTT. / atiih atreet. Cuisine ClaMiqne. / 1 ape brunswick fifth avenue and twenty V-' alith atreet. itadau Ice* and Cream* In very eholoe varieties. C-?AFE BRUNSWICK-FIFTH AVENUE AND TWP.NTYJ ?tilb atreet. Salon* Particnller* for Dinner or Supper Partle*. tO BOND STREET.?FIRST CLASS FAMILY REN *.)*) taurant a lacartc. Handsome tar'crs for dinner parti**. IHH'SKS, ROOiHSi AC., WANT KIT. Part < f a HOUSE wanted- nv three ADULTS; below Thirtieth atreet, weal aide. Address, itallug leiuis, M r. 8., Herald otfloe. WANTED?FOR TIIRKR MONTHS, BY A FAMILY OF four adults, a amatl. neatiy furntahed House, of about nine ro>>m*, with half an acre ot ground; must he wltbln ti? hour of New York by ordinary train* on either Long Island, Harem or New llavtta Railroad; rent not to r.iceed flOUper month. Addrea*. with ftiil particular*, C. T? bn* 144 Herald Oit'oe. |1TANTED I'l HIRE A SMALL HOUSR, WITH GAR *1 den, In the upper part of the city, fur tw > or three ye*r*. Aildre** if. W. O., no* 172 Herald office. WANTED TO HIRE OR TO LEASE A SMALL three story high stoop House, In a good nalanh rhoo.l, for two or thre.- year*, atiov* Twenty third street, m-iween Third and Eighth areuues. Addro** C. A T., bo* i.9 ilera.d 0?ce. WATRI1WQN1 VI,. A YOUNG LADT OF THE HIGHEST RESPECTahlllty, aeriiatomed to the beet society, would like to [ meet with an elderly geuUuman of ui? 'U? with a view to m*trlB?onv. Addr a* M YHY SlVlRT. Hera I LEMENT. AMBIIBSimfTS._ WOOD'S MUSEUM. Owing to other engagement* mode, the pi Meat la Positively the last week or THROUGH BY DAYLIOHT. EVERY EVES ISO AT 8. SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT t. Id which Mr. J. M. WAKD will appear AM? A FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY. MATINEE TO-DAY, AT < P. M. THE KNIGHT OP AKVA aud farce of GOOSh WITH THE GOLDEN ROUS. FRIDAY, JI LY 14?BENEFIT OF J. M. WARD. MONDAY, JULY l7-,Pirat tirae)-LKS MLSKKABLES. with Mr. O. C. BONIFACE. NIBLO'g GARIIKV. LAST NIGHT BUT ONE OF THE GREAT HIT OP THE SEASON. Dion Roucluault'e Irlab drama, entitled the COLLEEN IIAWN : OK, THE BRIDES OF OARRYOWEN. MR. JOHN COLLINS AS MILES NA COI'PALERN. with theeonge of ' I'd Mourn the Uope* that Leare Me.'' ' Believe Me in all those Endearing Young Charmt," ' Cruiikcen Lawn" and "Widow Machree," with additional varies in which he receives BIX ENCORES NIGHTLY. MK. DOMINION MURRAY, specially engaged for hie celebrated part of DANNY MANK MISS EMMA HOWSON, with annas of "Ktllarnej," "Pretty Olrl Milking Her Cow," and " I'm Thine Own." as EILY O'CONNOR, uppofted bp a talented company. NEW SCENERY BY VOEOTLTN. This aflarnoon, at 3 o'clock, farewell benefit to MR. J. C. WILLIAMSON. A BILL OF RAKE ATTRACTION. LAST MATINEE, COLLEEN BAWN. SATURDAY. AT i. MONDAY EVENING NEXT, OLIVER DOWD BYRON, In the greet sensations! drama of ACROSS THE CONTINENT. | NIBLO'R GARDEN. Leeaaas and Manager* JaRRETT t l'ALMEU The management take great pleasure In announcing a limited engagement of the popular voting actor, OLTVr K DO D BYRON, who will make hla Aral appearance at this theatre on MONDAY EVKMNO, July 17, In the realistic drama ACROSS THE CONTINENT, which, wherever produced bee created * WHIRLWIND OP EXCITEMENT. ! The play produced with every requisite to Insure perfection In Its VIVID AND STARTLIM) TABLEAUX, NXBLO'8 OABDKN.-jCOLLEEN BAWN MATINEE. Last appearance bi t one op mr. j. collins, LA3T APPEARANCE BUT ONE OP DOMIN1CK MURRAY LAST APPEARANCE BUT ONE OP EMMA HOWSON XTIBLO'S.-LAST MATINEE COLLEEN BAWN. IN TO-MORRUW (SATURDAY), AT 8 O'CLOCK. _ Bowery theatre. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1871. ANNUAL BENEPIT UP m it. WILLIAM R. FRELIOH, MANAOER. A MAMMOTH BILL, Willi the following ARRAY OF STARS, who hare most kindly voluuteered Mr. Geo. C. Bomfaoe, Mr. J. B. Studley, Mr. Cbae. II. Morton (by per- Mr. E. W. Marstoti, mission of Messrs. Jsrrstt Mr. ,1. C. Campbell, A Pa.mm. Mr. T. G. Ricg*. Mr. Harry Cunningham, Mr. Charlee Foster, Mr. J. Winter, Mr. John Lord, Jr., Mr. Tom Bolus. Mr. Waldron and the great HERNANDEZ FOSTER TROUPE OF PANTOM1MISTS. Mrs. W. O. Jones, Mrs. E. H. Holmes, liissJcanv ClilTord. Miss Annie Newraau. SIX IMMENSE PIECES. Comtnenelnir with the comic drama of BARNEY, THE BARON. Mr. T. RIOOS as BARNEY, TIIE BARON. After which the Third Act of Sh&Wspearu's HAMLET. Mr. J. B. STUDLEY as HAMLET. Mr. CIIAS. POSTER as POLONIU8. Mr. J. WINTER as THE KINO. Mrs. W. O. JONES as OPHELIA. Mm. P.. B. HOLMES as TIIKCJllEEN. After which TOM BOLAS will appear in a striae of DUTCH BONOS. Followed by the comedy of ' THE YANKEE DUELIST. ELAM PANKAKE by Mr. E. W MARSTON. CAPTAIN OAKLEY by..Mr. HARRY CUNNINGHAM. Double Song ami Dance LUR1> and WALDRON. Followed l>y the Plrat Act of POMP. Mr. J C. CAMPBELL as POMP. Mr. J. WINTER as JOE HUNTER. Mr. CIIARLrS FOSTER as....COLONEL ORBYKON. Mrs. W. O.JONES as ATfAUAPAS SUE. After which th? favorite drama of ROBERT MACAIRK. Mr. O. C. BONIFACE aa ROBERT MACCAIRK. Mr. CHAS. MORTON aa .JACQUES STROP. t UUUiUUIII| vllV nrWHtl A<H HI iiumptt dijmpty by the Jit knandez-rosTEt troppe. _ JINA EDWIN's TI1KATKE. J IS. P. KENDALL Manager kvekv evening DURING TIIF. WEEK, Birat appeqysnce In Now York of I the bekoeITTamTLy f | swiss BELL ringer*'. i VOCALISTS^ HARPISTS, VIOLIN IhTS. A f | parlor orculstra ! I SILVER CORNET BAND. I Aaalated by SOL SMITH RUSSELL. Humorist, A. J. WHITOOMIt, H.rplsl: AND OTHER VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL TALENT. " VI AN O AIRLIE," HUNG B\ BARRETT. AT ROOTU'S iVI Theatre., 80e. ; alao Ninth Regiment Quickstep, by D. L. Downing, lavler, pronounced the "beat qulckalep published lu yenra." DITSON A CO., Publiahera, 711 Broadway. Hxc rasio NM. \ PI.EAHANT AND CHEAP SUNDAY EXCURSION JY to U?r>ni, Morriaania, Karl's Park ..ml High Bridge. Steamer* MOKK1SANIA ana MKTA wn'l leave Fulton atreet pier on Sunday, July H, every uour, from 9:80 A. M. until 7 t*. M., landing at Eighth street, East river, earb way, connecting with steamer POPE CATLIN for High Bridge. N. B.?Title la the only line running from Harlem loLIigh Brule* for 5 ceat* fare. Fare to llarlern 15 cent*. A-A.-KEW STBAMBOATS PLEASANT VALLEY AND FORT LBK every Sunday, from Hpilne atrret, for Fort Lee, at 9)*, l<"t, I>4. 2* and 7 P. M.. llally at I", J, ft If and 7 P. M., landing at Thirty-fourth atrcet on ail trip*. Twentylive oenta round trip. A CHEAP DAILY EXCURSION TO K P.YPORT, N. J., affording a tine view of the uarrowa, Sutrn laland and highland* of Navealok. Steamer tlnhndel, Captain J. O. Taylor, leavee pier 2d)* North River, foot or Haralav alreet, July II, 12 an i Hi, at 12 o'clock M.; on 141b at 1 o'clock I*. M., and l&ili at 2 o'clock P. M. Leave* Keyporl at 7 o'olock P. M. Fare 25 centa each way. VHOT FOR ROOKAWAY.- EVERY SUNDAY THE eteamer N hLLY WH1TK leave* from l'eck Slip at Ik and 1 P. M.: Ctirlatopber atrcet, North river, at 9 A. M. and I :80 P. M.; 4, North river, at 9:15 A. M. and i P. M. Returning, leavee Rockawav at II A. M. and 5 P. M. Fare 5dc. each way. CYONBY INLAND.?NORTU AND BAST RIVER ROUTB. J North River I no?Steamer NOKWALK leave* Weet Tenth atreet at 9:15,12:25, 8:96; pier 88 North Mnore atrcet, 9:40, 12:40, 3:40; pier No. 4 Morrta alreet, 10, 1 and 4 o'c oek. U.aat River Line?The atenraor NAUSiiON leave* Eighth eireet at 8:20,11 tit, 2:901 Peck allp, 8:10,11:49, 1:40; Fnlton terry, Brooklyn, at 9,12 and 3 o'clock. Daily (except Saturdays) regular boat fur the Flatting Bank*.?The ateamer RIP VAN WINKLE, Captain Simmon*, will laavo Tech allp at 7:4k, Cbrlalotdier atreet at 8 :S0 and pier No. 4 North rtver at 9 A. M. Schjeuel'a Braaa and Cotillion Hand. Bulla, Hue* and vefrnalimenta on board. Delightful daily excursions to rock aw ay Heach \<y Snulhalde Railroad, Irom Kooacvell and Grand ' atreet (New Yorki ferrlea, at 8,9 and 10 A. M. Excurelon ticket*, Ri. JjtOURTH GRAND .. i SUNDAY EXCURSION Up the Hudaon to Pottghkecpele. Landing at Coarena' and Newburg. On sunday, July 16. The magnificent aaloon ataamer PLYMOUTH ROCK, will leave pier 28 North Rlvi-r, toot of Murray etreet. at n o'clock A. M. precisely: Thirty-fourth street, North River, a* 8 :80 A. M. Returning l,>nc? Pnnghkseptle at 2:"0 P. M.: Newborn 8:9' P. M.:Cot?cnt',4 P. M., arriving In New York at 7 o'otock P. M. Fares- To Oorrens', $1; to Newbnrg, I|1; to Ponetakeeptle, 1 2ft: OHMMP to Newborn. 28 rente; to Pougbkeii|iele, 50 cents; Newt,org to Puugbkeepele, 25 rents. Kkcuralnn tickets for the rntinn trip -To Cot tens', $1811; Newburg, 81 60; Poughkeepsle, nr.'. FOR EXCURSIONS T11K STEAMERS JOSKFIIINK and MIDDLhTOtVN. Applvst the Korry oflice, foot of Whitehall street, l^OR EXCURSION AN D PICNIC PARTIES-TDK LA KI1B J hr?t class strain,Mitt Hlenpy llollow; also the New Champion and Bmrdnian and barges Rands, Myers, Basket! and Merchant, and Dudley's Grove, Myers' Orovc, Spring lllll Grove, Alderney I'irk. Raman Reach tlrova and lona Island. Apply to J. Ah. MYERS, corner Morton and Weal streets, up stairs. HO I HO I FOR THE FISHING RANKS I DAILY. HAT urdaya eiccpled, commercing on Sunday, July I. The new and splemlld tea-going ktcamer ELIZA IIANCOX, Captain L. W. Burns, will leave Eighth street. East River, at 7 A. M.; Peck slip, 7 :30; Chrletophct street, ?:li>; pier No. 4 North Hlver, 9; Morris street, Jereev Ctly, 9:18. Bait, llnee and refreshments on board. A celebrated brace and cotillon band has bean engaged for the teuton. Pare 81; ladles 60 cent*. OWEN A PATRICK KF.KNAN. Managers. Captain Jack Si mux,us. Pilot. John A. Poet, Superintendent ROCKAWAY BR ACII.?STEAMBOAT FLORENCE. Captain John A. Carnle, Jr., will leave dally fro n Frank lin street, pier 38 N irth River, at 9 A. M.; Christopher elreet. North River, 9:18 A. M.; pier No. 4 North River, 9:30 A. M. ; Fulton ferry, Brooklyn, 9:4(1 A. M. Sunday, T'lteday. Thureday and Saturday afternoons, temc landings. Christopher street, North Iliver, all:JO; Franklin street. North River, at St:3A; pier No. 4 North River, at 2:W; Pillion ferry. Brooklyn, at 8. Hoboken, every Wednesday, foot of Fifth street, at n A. M. Jeraey City, every Wednesday, fool of Mori's street, at 3:30 A. M. STEAMERS, OROVKS AND HARUKS FOR EXCI.R. alone. The beautiful n?w steamer Pildo of Gotham, with Orel claaa Groves, Steamers and Hargca, on favorable terra*. HLOOWF.H A CO., 34R Front aTrset OTRAMROATC FORT l.F.F. ANT) Qt.ENWOOD GROVE 0 to chartor for aienreioin. Apply to t'KARV HOLLERRF.CK, lab Ms: hi b.iie SUNDAY MORNING LINK FOR PF.EKSKILL. TUB steamboat ANTELOPE leaves every morning, without eiceptlou, II arrlioo street at h o'clock, landing at Thlityfotir.h etreet at AM ; Yonkere, Dobb'a Ferry (Tarryiown and Nyei'k by ferry), .sing Sing. Havaratraw, I Ira ley Point and Verplanck's. N. B. Tarrytuern om.tied Sunday. ritllF, UNEXPECTED SUCCESS 1 ol Ike egeurtlon last Monday places the Jamaica Lot Association clearly In the ascendant. li?l Ixvta have already beea eoiil, but lew remain, and If the demand eontlnuas aa aptly* at it hat been this week none will be left on tne 1st of Au^iet. Another grand eictirslon will take plaoe on Mo-^jav, July 1". h*y train, leaving fool of Soul a highth atre'jt, Willlameb|p-g, al 10 A. M. Frets tickets of JOHNSON tt MUtLIJR, 98 Na?i*ti Street, ! Netv York. AVWKHRnM. COLORE THEATRE, r f? BroadWBF Immense fuoceaa of the talented f>nag icUni, Mm LIZZETTE BERNARD, In the ue?r sensation drama, OKI AN A. Mm LIZZETTE BERNARD..at ....Onana OKI ANA, OKI A.N A, OKI ANA. MATINEE WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. MONDAY, JULY 17, MAZKPPA. \\T A I. LACK'S. Vl OKEAT SUCCESS or THR NEW DKAMA BY KOUCICAt'LT. THIS AND EVKBY EVENING will lie presented an ENTIRELY ORIGINAL DKAMA, ?f Dion Bouolcault. 1-aq., entitled ELKIET Or, THE CHERRY TREE INN. Tlie via/ will be presented with NEW Mi'SlC, NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, NEW MECHANICAL EFFROTH NEW PROPERTIES AND APPOINTMENTS, NEW COSTUMES. In the third act A COUNTRY DANCE. THE DRAMA WILL HAVE THR ADVANTAGE Of THE FOLLOWINU WELL KNOWN ARTISTS IN TIIH CAST:-MESSRS. CHAKI.ER WHKATLEMH, J. H, 8TODDART, CHARLES KIM III. K, TKEUDALE, B. f. RINGGOLD, CHARLES ROCKWELL, W. LEONARD, MISS KFFTB GBBMON AND M1S8 LIZZIE PRICK. ACT 1?DBOEITION. ACT 3 MYSTIFICATION. The Murder and the Murderer. ACT B?EXPLANATION. Merry Mating and a Dance. /ALYMPIO THEATRE. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY H. RENEFIT AND LAST APPEARANCR RUT TWO of the farnrlte vocellat and artiet, ROSE WATKINS, who will appear, with Harrr Watklna. In two pla/t, IT TAKES TWO TO tdUARRKL, after whlnh thn areat American drama, entitled TRODDEN DOWN, Laat WttklDi matinee SATURDAY, u 1. MONDAY EVENING, JULY IT. tamninl for a brief perto t with the celebrated Dutcw chmraoier actor and comedlaa, JOHNNY ALLEN, who will appear In hie great npnotaUj, entitled 8CH.Nr.lDEB. C central park oakdkn. J TIIi.O. THOMAS' GRAND SUMMER NIOHTS' CONCERTS. TI1EO. THOMAS AND HIS UNRIVALLED OKOUHSTRJL THIS (FRIDAY) EYKNINU, JULY 14. AT 8. 1. Overture, "jean de Parle" Bolldleti 2. Allegro Vivace, i , Adagio?allegro molto, Promothcua music.V Beothorun paatorale [ ) A Welti, "Wine, Women and Song" Strains 4. Selection!, "Rtgoleuo" Verdi B. Marchen overture, "Aladdin" (new) llornemann 8. Soheno, Symphony No. 8, R Bat Schumann 7. Walt*, "Ernst un<l Humor" Strauaa A Tantaaleetueck. "Wanderluat" Loeahhurn t. Overture, "William Tell" Roealnl 10. Kntr Acte. "Colnmle" Louuod 11. Walta,"Wiener Preakan" Stratum 11 Kataer mari h Zlltoff Admlealon Tickets. 80 o, nti. Private lloxea, 41 extra. PACKAGE OK 13 TICKETS, KoUR DOLLARS. To be bad at tha principal rnuaio store*. mERRACB GARDEN.?JCLLIEN'S (CONCERTS X Fifty-eighth atreet, between lieiiiigtnn and Third an. TO NIGHT (FRIDAY-, JULY 14, TWELFTH GRAND OPERA 110 CONCERT. EXTRAORDINARY ARRAY OK TALENT. FRAULKIN L18SNF.R, HERR 11 AHf'.LMANW, KIUNOK FILLIPPl, MR.GUS.il iL. it ad the world renowned VMInUtaud Plantar, JOS. HEINE aud ADA HEINE. PRO ItAMMh. 1. Grand March?"The Arlon" Rlotwl 8. l'olka de Concert -"Lee Coaaqiiea" Juliieu 8. Aria?"La Fllle du Regiment." Krauletn Limner, Donizetti 4. Solo Violin?"I Lombard!." Mr. Heine Vletuterape 5. Hong?' The Erie King." lierr Habelmann Schubert 0. Value--"Lea RoieV'. O. Metre. 7. Aria BnflTa- "Largo al Kactotura." Mr. Hall.... Rou.at 8. Bo'o Piano?"A tn o Cara." Mnie. Heine Fumaualli o. Aria?"M'apparl." Big. Kilippl Flotow 10. Overture?"81 j'Etale Kol" A.Adam 11. Aria?"Noble 8clgm ur?." Kratilelu Llaaner. .Meyerbeer 18. Valee?"Berliner Kln-ler" Oung'l 18. Grand Terzetto?"Ave Venim" (a night In Granada Kreutzer Frauleln Lluner, Ilerr Habelmann, Mr, Gua. llall. 14. Selection?"La Grande Ducheme" OOTenbaoli Adnilaelon, Btl cent*; 18 tlcketa, # . rTH AVKNDE THEATRF.. l) Sole 1.enure and Manauer Mr. AUGUST1N DALY CLOSING NIGH I S OF THE SEASON. AN OLD OLYMPIC BILL. A Muck Rehearsal; including a RichardTHE SAVAGE a?ulnn Melodrama, played in three aeoAND iinde, and a unique Pallet o( the tradlTHE MAIDEN, ll .nal type; with all the Comedy artUU ta tin c ut. And I the new Anieriovn local Comedy. Charaoter. by Mlta DAVENPORT, CLARA MOR. vi za-,.x.-i uza tl ? lltlJIVHT. Mr W IllVIIUlM. ' JAMES LEWIS, D. 11. HAKKINS, UKO. | PARKES, U. P. DKVBRK, Ae. Liut Matinee (but one) Saturday oett At 1 te o'clook? "AN AS HE I/' and "THE SAVAGE AND THE MA1DKN." EKVS MoQliB7' Julr l7' BENK,r,T or *r JAMKS BOBBRYANT'S OPERA HOUSK.?TWENTT-TUIRD STREET. CI1A& A. W1NO Manager COOLEST THEATRE IN TIIK CITY. MONDAY EVENING. JULY 10, 1871. Every evening during the wee* and SATURDAY MATINEE, Byron'# great burlesque of LU RLINK JOHN L. HALL In liii great tmpenonation of the HKNKbCUAU The performance to commence each evening with The charming Comedietta, TlilC WINDMILL. Tony pastor's opera iiot'sb. FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 11, 1871. GRAND GOM J'LIMENfART BENEFIT TO MISS FANNY IIERRING. The performance will commence with THE HUNTRESS OF THE MISSISSIPPI. Miami (the Hunlieiu) Ml## Fanny Herring To conclude with THE snow BIRD. Slopnv Sum (firet time) ... Ml## Fanny Herring MATINEE SATURDAY AT HALF-PAST TWO. n i r: -pr- kaiin's magnificent museum op I 'If). MARVELS, SCIENCE AND ART, 745?Eroa iway?745. See the Dying Soldier, the Horned Woman, the masn'ficeot Flnreut ne \ enn# (the moit perfectly forme I woman In the woild), the Bear woman, Malting a New Noae, Monitroaltlea and Brainy and tfl.tWO other marreUou) object#, collected at an ripens# ol' half a million. OPEN DAILY. Admliaion 50c. ^ 745 Broadway^ DUBUFK'S GREAT PAINTING, TIIK PRODIGAL RON, Now on anbliiltioti, from 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Admtaaton lift cenla. LEAT1TT ART ROOMS. 817 BROADWAY, CORNER op TWELFTH BTKEET. MONTKFIORB BENEVOLENT UNION.-NOTIOB IS hereby given t at our Concert and Plcolc will take place at Teirace Harden, on Saturday eveniug, We lew mas., positively. By order of tbe committee. WH1TE' Chairman "rpilKIl L'S FREEDOM IS TUB A lit.'' ~A TI.leoram cartoon. out to-day. PIANOFORTE*. A MAGNIFICENT 7H OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO. j\. forte; grand ecale; made order; celebrated maker; need Are montba; coit S76U, for $276; Parlor Suit, I'alnt. tngs, Bronxea, Cabinet, Hilverware, Etageres. liookcaaa. ' Caipeta: aacriftoe; properly family leaving city. S8 Waal Fifteenth etreet, near Uttli uvtmto. A LADY WILL SELL FOR LKH8 THAN ?1UII HAND* nme liaoofortr, modern atyle and Improv-menta, parfeet order; awect, powerful toue. Apply at2S TblrdUreal, near Second avenue. A' BPAUTIrUL PLANoTtINLY #100; A~STEIN WAV Piano, term octave, nveretrung baaa, carved lega, evary Improvement, great sacrifice; Inelalmrnta taken. J. MIDDLE, IS Amity street, neat Broadway. LA ROE SIZE SECOND HAND PlTl?6FORTK~FO? aale; perfect order ; all Improvements; ru wood caaat carved legs; used pine months; cost 1*701), for $2*0; must ba sold this day. Private residence 12l> West Twenty-third St. Haines brothers' Celebrated Pianos. First cla?i In every respect?fully warranted. Satisfaction guaranteed or no sole. At prices which caunot full to suit those In searoli of a piano. Ware rooms, wholesale and reinll. No. 27 Union eouaro. hi aonikicf.nt 7 octave, double round piano iTI only H1&6 j magnihceut curve.I leg and overstrung Iq trnmeut; treat harculne. Please examine J AM KM GORDON, I WO Hleecki-r street, uear Maciougal. PIANOS. MELODF.ONS AND ORGANS -OF NEW AND baautifol style*. u( different makers, at low prices for cash or monthly Inslalmeute, or for rent, at WATERS', Ml Droedwey, than can he found elsewhere. (Linn -SPLENDID PIANO, A BEAUTIFUL SEVEN 5P1UU. octave rosewood, carved lens, mouldings; all Improvements; great sacrlnce lor cssb ; Instalments taken. R. CABLES, 4<l) Eighth avenue, near Thirty fourth street. , (toon roB FIRST CLASS PIANOS. -ttl'.NT OM 'PttuU trial. No scents. Circulars mallei free. United Mates Piano Compaav, 6(6 Broadway, New York. MUSICAL. A gentleman, A PIANIST FOR DANCING SOIREES, also baring a good tenor voice, wishes to Join n choir. Address singer, Ihi Sixth avenue. ____ Musical.?private lessons piano, organ, violin, gutter, slicing, theory. An., wl Clinton place (Elrhtb street); established 1M54; circulars mailed; terms 1 very moderate. J. JAY WATSON, Musloal Director. IV ANTED A SOPRANO AS SUBSTITUTE. FOR .IULT ?v and August. In a city choir. Halary about tkti per Sua. day. Address SOPRANO, Herald oOlca. i OOBNIATION notices. i 1 vUPAKTMENT OF DOCKS. NOS. 840 AND 848 hhoad? I l) tray. New York, July 12, (Ml. , | Notice.?Pursuant to the provisions of suh-dlvlslon 8, of section 6, of ohnpter 674, Laws of I 71, tin Hoard of ? om1 tniesloners governing fhe Department of Docks hereby given notice that Die plans for the Improvement of Ue wster front, of the eity of Ni w York, determined upon by enld Board, vrere, on the 27th day of April, 1871, duly adopted by the t .omiaiestouci a of Iho Staking Fund and returned to the Board govsraing this Department, wltn a cvriincate of such adopts* written thereon, In conformity with the law. Thet sa d p,an? and certilicate arc Died lu tlie uiheetif tids I oard ! and 'ate open to public inspection daily, between the hours of in s/id 11 o'clock A. M., and that from and after the said 27th da^ of April, 187), no wharf, pier, bulkhead, basin, deck or s/ip or any wharf structure or supeiatrorturn can he laid out. built or rebuilt within the territory or district cm.,raced in and apecibed upon such plans, except lu accordant there. with. John T. aonkw. i IIKN ItV A. SMI I II, I WILSON G, HUNT, > Commissi inrrs, RICHARD M. HENRY, | WILLIAM WOOD, J ,7. Onusvii.l,t Kami, Secretary. 1 L. ~ ? DKNTIMTRV. Beautiful sets op continuous gum teeth on rniibcr "Id Tscth extracted without the least pain will. ess. Dt. WHJl N K, IHO Grand stmt.