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DIED.
DAVIDSON—On Thursday, July 28d, 1853, Samuel David
son, in the 77th year of his age.
His funeral will take place from his late residence No.
123 Washington street, Jersey Uity, on Sunday, July 26,
1863. at 3% o'clock. P M.
The Memb-rs of Hiram Lodge, No. 17, of which Mr. Da
vidson was a member, and the Members of Varick
lodge, No. 31, and Enterprise Lodge, No 48, of New
Jersey, and Benevolent Lodge, No. 28, of New York, of
wfrieh Bro. Davidson was one of the charter members,
and the Masonic Fraternity in general are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral witoout further notice.
pottos.
The Three-Cornered Billet-Envelope
and NOTE PAPER TO MATCH,
At GIMBREDE’S. No. 588 BROADWAY.
4©"- Mothers ! Mothers ! !
Mothers ! ! !
DON’T FAIL to procure Mrs. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING
SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
This valuable preparation is the prescription of one of
the most experienced and skillful Nnrses in New England, and
has been used the past TEN YEARS with never-failing suc
•?ss in THOUSANDS OF CASES. . .
It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigorates
the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone
and energy to the whole system. It will instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS and WIND COLIC,
aed overcome Convulsions, which, if not speedily reme
died, end in death. We believe it is the Best and Surest
Remedy in the World. in all cases of DYSENTERY and
DLARRHCEA IN CHILDREN, whether it arises from
Teething or from eny other cause.
Full directions for using will accompany each bottle.
None genuine unless the fac-simile of CURTIS & PER
EINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Principal Office. No. 48 DEY ST., New York.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
What is an Advertising Agency I
Il is an office for facilitating the publishing of the adver
tisements of Merchants and all other classes of business
men in any and all newspapers throughout the United
States and British Provinces, at far more reasonable prices
than the advertiser himself can possibly effect, saving
tell time and trouble.
JOHN HOOPER & Co., No. 41 PARK ROW, N. Y.,
CITY AND COUNTRY
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTS.
Reference, A. J. Williamson, Esq.,
Publisher of the Dispatch.
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FOR SPANISH NEWSPAPERS,
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N. B —Files of the principal papers kept on hand for
examination. No. 41 PARK ROW, Times Building.
Liquor Licences.
Offices of the Board of Excise, )
Nos. 15 Centre st. and Chamburs st., N. Y., >
April 2, 1833. )
The INN, TAVERN and HOTEL KEEPERS and LIQUOR
DEALERS of this City will apply for licenses immedi
ately, as the Board of Excise w ill open the Commission on
the 19th of May, 1863, at 3 o’clock in the Afternoon, in the
Common Pleas Court Room, Part No. 1, for the purpose of
Granting Licences for the ensuing excise year, and will
close thejeame after a session of fifty days.
The Blank Petitions and Bonds can be had at the offices
of the undersigned, Commissioners. The petition must be
stamped, as also the bond.
WM. JAY HASKETT,
No. 15 Centre st
ROBERT D. HOLMES, Nq. 7 Chambers street
NOAH A. CHILDS, No. 317 West Thirty-eighth st.
N. B Notice is hereby given that the penalties pre
scribed by the law will be rigidly enforced.
Woodward & Espenseheld,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR THE SALE OF
BUTTER, CHEESE, DRIED FRUIT,
EGGS, Ac., Ac.,
No. 185 READE STREET,
Opposite Erie Buildings.
E. 11. Woodward, )
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igT “In Hoe Vinces.”
> * • * «•»»»*
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is composed of Calisaya or Peruvian Bark,'with a number
of other medicinal plants, roots, and extracts, chiefly pro
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States hospitals and many ot the most respectable families
in New York, Brooklyn, Newark, and other adjacent
eltiea, which resulted in curing obstinate cases of fever
and ague, chronic constipation of 15 years’ duration, li<ht
forms of neuralgia and rheumatism, cholera morbus, in
digestion. sick and nervous headache, and for convale*
cents and the debilitated the most effective exhilarant
tonic ever offered to the public, followed by no stupefying
reaction. It is suited above all other medicinal compounds
for counteracting the enervating effects of tropical cli
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and intermittent fevers. Its trste is suited to the most re
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Singer & Co.’s Letter A Family Sewing
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Send for a Pamphlet and a copy of “SINGER A Co.’a.
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Important Notice to the Deaf.—Sci
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TICE DEAFNESS. WITH DISCHARGES FROM THE
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si real practice, has of late years been so entire!? success
ful in the cure of Deafness resulting from s.'ARLET
EE, MfEASLES CATARRH, or any other cause, and
rt moving the offensive discharge which accompanies it,
that lie cannot, refrain from giving it publicity, although
Uiis mode of doing so is considered by the medical profes
sion as a little irregular. But as thousands upon thou
sands sutler eoiistant.lv from the disastrous sequela of these
diseases, it may t urn Mi some excuse for the author giving
it newspaper publicity, if by so doing some of its numer
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wiih Deafness of this description can have the discharge
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two years, can have their Bounties promptly collected by
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ggy- Matrimonial.—The Marriage Guide
contains valuable and important information for the
newly-married and those about to marry. Sent in sealed
Wivccope on receipt of 25 cents, by EMIL T. LAGNEAU,
M. D., Box 5057, New York. _
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vour case is, will do well to call and see or address us at
J No. 367 CANAL STREET.
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Instructions free of charge.
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NEW YORK.
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OELCBBATED FREPARED
COW3S3S
WARRANTED SUPERIOR TO ANT IN THE MARKET.
Sold at Retail for Twenty-five Cents per pound, by first
class Grocers, throughout the United States.
A liberal discount to the trade.
Tut up only by 0
LEWIS A. OSBORN,’
■Wholesale Depot, No. 69 Warren St., N. Y.
Diarrhoea
AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR
IS EPIDEMIC.
The public may rely with confidence in the use of
STEINFELD'S
CORDIAL COGNAC BITTERS,
As the only safe remedy to prevent or cure DIARRHCEA
and DYSENTERY. These invaluable Bitters are not only
a medicine of approved efficacy, but they are also a pleas
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without them. They effect a cure in a few minutes, and
«an always be relied upon in any emergency.
For sale by
S. STEINFELD, No. 70 Nassan street.
Sole Agent for the United States,
Aid by all Druggist*, Grocer# and Bars ia the city
ihililirathrnji.
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YORK DAILY NE W S~.
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y &c.
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PUBLIC NOTICE.
TITLOKS OF NEW YORK.
RALLY TO THE PIG-NIC ON. THE 27th INSTANT.
“Merge all Nationalities in a day of pleasure.”
The Committee of Arrangements beg to announce
that a large asfortment of valuable Prizes have been
presented to them, on behalf of the Union, to be drawn
fcr on the occasion. Arrangements will be made, and
full particulars duly published. .
Tlie following firms are represented m the above
Piizes'
• Moats’ No. 537 Broadway, one of their Celebrated Elip
tic Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine, first class.
Wheccler & Wilson, No. 505 Broadway, their best Ma
chine, with all necessary appendages. ... ~
Joseph Anger. No. 46 Eldrdge street, one first class Ma
chine, valued $1(0. „ . , ,r x.- ,
Plainer & Keirer, Bowery, a first class Machine, valued
Howe,No. 437 Broadway, a Letter B. valued $59.
Charles Hieber, Avenue B, a first class Machine, valued
L M. Singer & Co., Broadway, their first-class Sewing
Machine. .
Finkle A Lyon, first-class Sewing Machine. e
R. Heinish, Nassau street, one pair of large size Shears,
valued $5. 4 pairs Trimmers, valued $2 59 each.
Mathhasls A Kinglet, Nos. 19 and 12 Division street—
-2 doz. India Rubber Knives and Forks, valued... $b 00
I set Crown Steel do. do. ... 2 50
1 Gem an UHF-e Mill 2 50
1 pair PJat*£JShears 5 00
A. Ewkhoft, N 6. 381 Broome street—
-2 pairs Choice Shears, valued each $4 8 00
G. W. C. Nixon, factory No. 59 Ann street, Store
No. 173 William street—
-3 pairs Shears, valued each $1 SO * 50
George Bass,- President— , o nn
A handsomely ornamented Table Lamp, valued 300
Briedbach, Looking Glass and Picture Frame
Maker, Houston st. near 2d avenue—
A Handsome Picture, valued 5 00
Christian Scheifer, a Handsome Donation.
And a number of other articles promised to the Com
mittee
ORDER OF THE PROCESSION.
Grand Marshals —KRUSE AND BOWMAN.
Aids—MACK, FISCHER, VERNER, AND McEVOY.
The members of the Union and the trade generally, are
-requested to be at the rooms of tlie Union Social Reform
Hall, No 281 Grand street, at iy 2 o’clock on the morning
of MONDAY, July 27th, precisely.. As the time tor the
boats to touch the various landings is specified, the utmost
punctuality is necessary. _
ROUTE OF THE PROCESSION.
From the Hall, 281 Grand street, at 8 o’clock precisely,
down Bowery, through Chatham street, through Nassau
to the Sun Building to Broadway, up to Astor Place to
Fourth Avenue, down Bowery to Houston and Avenue
B to Tenth street, where the Boats will be in waiting at
19 o’clock. NEVERS’ celebrated Band is engaged, and
will discourse most eloquent music on the way.
N. B.—The steamboat will make two additional trips
during the day. For particulars see posters
By order of the Committee, ROBI’. CROWE, Sec.
Aerated bread— prof, samuel
ST. JOHN, of the College of Physicians and Sur
geons, tays ef this bread :
“Having carefully examined the process of making
what is known as the ‘Aerated Bread,’ I have no hesita
tion in expressing my entire satisfaction with it The pro
cess is simple, cleanly, and uniform in its results, involv
ing the use of no substance respecting whose wholesome
ness a question can be raised—since the sole ingredients
are hour, water, common salt, and carbonic acid gas, the
last of which is dissipated in baking. This process saves
all the constituents ot the flour, while the process of rais
ing bread by fermentation Inevitably sacrifices some of
them. The result has uniformly been, so far as I have ob
served it, a light bread eminently characterized by that
cellular structure which fits it for easy digestion, and with
no objectionable qualities tliat I can discern.”
Bakery, corner of LAFAYETTE PLACE and FOURTH
STREET.
TUYVESANT INSURANCE COMP’Y.
OFFICES :
No. 122 BOWERY, COR. OF GRAND,
And No. 69 WALL STREET.
This Conpany insures against loss or damage by Fire on
all descriptions of property. All claims promptly adjusted
and settled. JAMES KELLY, President,
A P. M. Roome, Sec. SAM’L WILLETS, V P.
Henby J. Bow KN. Surveyor.
8. N. PARMaLEE, Agent.
I
O. ROBERTS’ LINE.—
CALIFORNIA, via NICARAGUA,
On THURSDAY, JULY 23d, at noon.
THE STEAMER “AMERICA,”
Will sail as above.
Connecting with the steamer “MOSES UAYLOR.”
For passage apply to
D. N CARRINGTON.
No. 177 WEST STREET,
Corner Warren st. I
©xntrsw.
rpilE OCEAN WAVE,~HAV[NG been
_a thoroughly repaired, will resume
her regular trips for the season to Port
Jefferson, Stony Brook, Northport, Hun
fington and Oyster Bay, with stages to connect for Smicn
town, Setauket, Millers Place, and Wading River, on
TUESDAY, JUNE 9th, from Pier No. 35 E R . foot of Cath
arine street, leaving from this pier every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY, and returning every Mon
day, Wednesday, and Friday.
DAY BOAT FOR ALBANY.—The large
and commodious steamer DANIEL
DREW leaves from Jay street Pier every
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURD kY
MORNINGS, at Seven o’clock, landing at 39th street. Yon
kers, Cozzens, West Point. Newburgh, Poughkeepsie,
Rhinebeck, Tivoli. Catskill and Hudson. Arriving at Al
bany in time to take the cars for Saratoga and the West;
arriving at Saratoga seven o’clock same even ng Return
ing-Leave Albany every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY, at 9 o’clock A. M.
Regular line—key port and new
YORK.
t-qr FARE. TEN CENTS.
The Fast and Splendid Steamboat
MATTE A W A N ,
Capt H. Whitlock,
Will run between Keyport and New York, dally,
(Sundays excepted.)
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY 6, 1853,
Leaving KEYPORT at 7 o’clock, A. M , and NEW YORK,
from foot of Robinson sfr»«t, at 4 o’clock P. M.
STAGES will run in connection with this Boat to
Middletown Point, Mount Pleasant, Marlboro, Roberts
ville, Freehold, Holmdel and Colts Neck, with private
Stages to all parts of the country. No pains will be spared
to make this Line worthy of public patronage.
All FREIGHTS will receive careful attention, under the
direction of Capt. HENRY' E. BISHOP.
NEW LINE.-KEYPORT AND NEW
YORK.
FARE, TEN CENTS.
The New and Splendid Steamboat
D. R. MARTIN,
Capt. T. V. Arrowsmith,
Will run between Keyport ami New York, daily,
(Sundays excepted.)
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY 6, 1863,
Leaving KEYPORT at 7 o’clock A. M, and NEW YORK,
from foot of Robinson street, at 4 o’clock P. M.
STAGES will run in connection with this Boat to
Middletown Point. Mount Pleasant, Marlboro, Roberts
ville, Freehold Holmdel, and Colts Neck, with private
Stages to all parts of the country. No pains will be spared
to make this Line worthy of public patronage.
All FREIGHTS will receive careful attention.
FOR NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., and in
termediate landings.—The large and
commodious steamboat r M
WYOM I N G
Will leave Pier No 14. North River, N. Y. (foot of Cedar
st, N. Y.), fur New Brunswick and intermediate landings,
every day (Sundays excepted) at 2j 3 ' I’. M.
PASSAGE. 25c. Freight taken oh the most reasonable
teims For particulars, inquire at the Office on the Pier.
New York, June 29th, 1863.
NEWBURGH, t
Larding at YONKERS, Hastings. Dobbs’
Ferry. Tarrytown, Sing Sing. Haverstraw,
West Point, Cold Spring, ani Cornwall.
THE STEAMER BROADWAY,
Capt. F. Frost,
Will leave Pier foot Jay st.,
EVERY SUNDAY MORNING,
At 7% o’clock,
Touching at 30th street
Returning, leave
Newburgh, at 1.30 Sing Sing 330
Cornwall 145 Tarrytown 4.00
Gold Spring 2.00 Dobbs’ Ferry 4.25
West Point 215 Hastings 430
Haverstraw 3.00 Yonkers 5.00 •
Day boat between NEW YORK
and ALBANY.
if
The fast and splendid steamer
ARMENIA,
Capt. I. P. Smith,
Will leave New Y’ork, from foot of Harrison st, N. R.,
EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY,
AT 7 A. M., "
Landing at Thirtieth street Nyack and Tarry
town, Haverstraw, West P«hht, Newburgh,
Poughkeepsie. Rhinebeck,' Bristol,
Catskill, Hudson.
MORNING 'LINE FOR PEEKSKILL,
IVI LANDING AT .
rONkERS. HASTINGS, DOBBS' FERRY,
NYACK, SING SING, HAVERSTRAW,
GRASSY POINT AND VERFLANKS-
The steamboat AURORA, Captain Aiming Smith, will
leave nier foot of Jay street, EVERY MORNING, without
exception, at 8 o’clock, touching at West Thirtieth street
at 8.15.
RETURNING, LEAVE
Peekskill .1.30 I Nyack 3.15
Verplanks 1.45 I Dobbs’ Ferry 3.35
Grassy P< int 1.55 I Hastings 3 45
Haverstraw 2.05 Yonkers 4.30
Siug Sing 2 45 I Arriving in New York. ...5,30
Summer arrangement from
New-York to Glen Cove, Glenwood, n-w
Roslyn. Mott's Dock, Sands’ Point, Great r rt jta3a,i^ gi ...jR
Neck, Whitestone and Bayles Dock. The tsojuLiamila
new, elegant and faet-saiung Steamer
T. V. AbROWSMITII, Capt Charles Post,
On ami after SATURDAY, May 30,1863, will leave as fol
lows :
Roslyn ~..6.30 A. M.. Sands’ Point 7.33A. M.
Glenwood... v . .. .6 35 A. M. Great Neck .7.55 A. M.
Mott’s Dock, (discontinued Bayles Dock >.8.05 A. M.
in the morning for present.) Whitestone 8.15 A. M.
Glcncove 7.10 a.m.
RETURNING,
Will leave New-York from Peck-slip, Pier No. 24, East
River, for the above-named landings EVERY AFTER
NOON, (Sundays Accepted,' at 4 15 P. M.
Tlie above steamer will, about the 20th of June next,
make two trips each day' from New York to Glen Cove
and the intermediate landings. No freight will be taken
on the morning and evening trips except to the landings
beyond Glen Cove.
THE PAVILLION HOTEL AT GLEN COVE
Is located at the landing of che above steamer, and is now
open tor the reception of transient and permanent
boarders. WM. M. weeks,
Superintendent of Hotel.
AFTERNOON BOAT FOR NEW-
Jr A. BURGH, Poughkeepsie, Rondout
and Kingston, landing at Cozzens, West
Point, Cold Spring, Cornwall, New Ham
burgh, and Milton. The new and elegant Steamer,
MARY POWELL, Capt A. L. Anderson,
Will leave Pier foot of Jay street, Every Afternoon, at
o’clock, Sundaysexceptee. Returning, leave every morn
ing as follows: Rondout. Poughkeepsie, 6)£; New
burgh, 7>a-
I? OR BRIDGEPORT—DAILY LINE.—
5 The steamer BRIDGEPORT leaves
Pier No. 26 East River, daily, at 12 o’clock,
noon, arriving in Bridgeport in time to con-‘-^^--^' ! »«tw
nect with the Housatonic. Naugatuck, New Haven and
Hartford railroads : also, the Shore Line to Saybrook and
New Louden. Freight taken on the wharf all day to all
stations on the Housatonic and Nanga.tuk Railroad.
GEORGE W. CORLIES Agent.
I?OR NORWALK-DAILY LINE.—
STEAMER MONTPELIER leaves
Fulton Market-slip at 2:45 P. M., arriving
at Norwalk in time to connect with all st a
tlons on the Danbury and Norwalk Railroad, and with
the New York ind New Haven Raviroad for Westport,
Southport, Fairfield and Bridgeport; also, with stages ;
for Wilton, New Canaan, &c.. &c. Baggage conveyed i
to the depot free. Fare 59 cents.
F7)R ORIENT, GREENPORT, SOUTH- ’
OLD, SAG HARBOR,
TRIPS PER WEEK.—The steamer DON- :
ALDSON. Capt. W. S. Havens, having S ;
been thoroughly rebuilt and put in order, will for the pre- i
sent leave Pier No. 32 East River (James Slip), on TUES- ;
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS, at 5 !
o’clock. Returning, leave Sag Harbor MONDAY, WED
NESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, at 4 o’clock. For
freight or passage, apply on board or of
A. J RICHARDSON. No. 169 Fulton st
OR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT.—
From Pier No. 15, footot Libertwt.,
first below Courtlandt st. For Saratoga,
Rutland, Burlington, Plattsburgh, Rouse’s
Point, Montreal and Ogdensburg, via of Renssalaer and
Saratoga Rai'-road. Baggage checked through on board
the boat; also to North Adams and Williamstown. The
new first-class steamer FRANCIS SKIDDY, W. H. Chris
topher, Commander, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SUN
DAY, at6P. M.; and C. VANDERBILT, Geo. O. Tuppkr,
Commander, MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY, ai
6 P. M.
This is the only River Line that connects and
chocks baggage through to Saratoga and.the North.
For Hartford, daily, and all
INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS on the .T’ aw te.
Connecticut river.
The Steamers aframsaasaitfiiM
CITY OF HARTFORD,
Capt. A. D. Mills,
and
GRANITE STATE,
Capt. Joseph Khjg,
From PECK SLIP, EAST RIVER, at 4 P. M.,
Cabin Fare $1 50
Forward Dech# 100
T Fn«T-<!iAS?i V STATe-KO<,M ACCOMMODATIONS.
Passengers by these Boats arrive in Hartford in
time to take the early trains North, East and West
For further information, inquire of Messrs. Saxton & Sea
bury, No. 112 South street, N. Y.
D. A. MILLS, Agent,
Hartford and New York Steamboat Co.
SECULAR MAIL LINE for BOSTON,
VIA GROTON, STONINGTON, NEW
DON, PROVIDENCE, NEWPORT,
. TAUNTON and NEW BEDFORD.
Inland route—the shortest and most direct—carrying
the Eastern mail.
The steamers PLYMOUTH ROCK, Captain J. C. Geer,
and COMMONWEALTH, Captain J. W. Williams, in con
nection with the Stonington and Providence, and Boston
and Providence Railroads, leaving New York daily (Sun
days excepted) from Pier No. 18 N. R., at 5 P. M., and Gro
ton at 8:30 P. M. ; or on the arrival of the mail train, which
leaves Boston at 5:30 P. M.
The PLYMOUTH ROCK, from New York—Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. From Groton—Tuesday. Thurs
day and Saturday. „ , „
The COMMONWEALTH, from New York—Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. From Groton—Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday.
Passengers proceed from Groton, per railroad to Provi
dence and Boston in the Express Mail train, reaching said
places in advance of those by other routes, and in ample
time for all the early Morning Lines connecting North and
East. Passengers who prefer it remain on board the
steamer, enjoy a night’s rest undisturbed, breakfast, if de
sired, and leave Groton in the 7:15 A. M. train, connecting
at Providence with the 10:49 A. M. train for Boston.
A Baggage Master accompanies the Steamer and Tram
through each way. , . . .
For passage, berths, state-rooms, or freight, apply on
board the steamer, or at the Fright office, Pier No. 18
North River, or at the Office of the Company, No. 115 Weal
street, corner of Courtlandt
New York. Feb. 28, 1861.
TVEW JERSEY STEAMBOAT COM-
Ixl FANY, PEOPLE'S LINE.—STEAM
BOATS LEAVE FOR ALBANY DAJJWT, at
6 o'clock, P. M., (Sundays excepted.) from
wharf foot of Courtland street, and in connection with the
New York Central Railroad for BUFFALO, SUSPENSION
BRIDGE, and all the Western and Northern cities The
Steamers ISAAC NEWTON. Capt. W. H. Peck, and HEND
RICK HUDSON, Cant A. P. St. John, composing this line,
are in all respects fitted and equipped with an especial view
to safety and comfort. THROUGH! TICKETS can be had
at the office on the wharf, and baggage checked to all sta
tions on the New York Central Railroad, and the principal
cities West. FREIGHT received as usual, and forwarded
with dispatch, and at reduced rates. For particulars,
gnpiv nt the office of the Company, on the wharf, foot of
OWfrUandSUeet.
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
STATEN ISLAND FERRY—Steamers
FLORA and POMONA will run as fol
lows, on and after SATURDAY, April 25th,
1863, leaving Elm Park—A.M.—6:ls, 7:45,‘it wFiTiiifai
10:30, P.M.—12:30, 2:00, 3:15, 5:00. P. Richmond—A. M.—
6:25 8:00, 9 00. 1« U, P. M.—12:40, 2:10, 3:25, 5:10. Factory
ville—A. M.—6:3o~:10, 9:10, 10 50. P. M.—12:50, 2:20, 3:35,
5:20 S. Harbor—A. M.—6:40, 8:15, 9:15.10:55 P. M.—12:55,
P. M.—1:00, 2.30, 3,45,5,30. New York—A. M.—7:45, 9:15,
11:10, 12:30 P. M.—2:(o, 4:00, 5:00, 6:30. SUNDAY: Elm
Park—A.M.—7:oo. 9:45. P.M.—12:15. 2:45,6,00. P. Rich
mond—A. M.—7:10. 9:55 P. M.—12:25; 2:55.6:15. Factory
viHe—A. M.— 7:20. 10:05. P. M.—12:35, 3:05, 6:25 New
Brighton—A. M.— 7:3c. 10:15. P. M —12:45. 3:15, 6:25. New
York.—A. M.-8:30,11:00. P. M.—l-30,3:45. 7:00. New York
Pier, No. 19, bet. Courtlandt and Dev streets.
FARE SIX CENTS.
CONEY ISLAND FERRY.—THE NAU-
SHON leaves
Christo] her street at 9’j, 12’.<, and 3 J L
Spring stri et at
Dey street at 9%, 12%, and 3%.
Morris st. (pier 4) at 10 1, and 4.
Lands at Fort Hamilton.
TkTEW ~YORK TO" BULL’S FERRY,
PLEASANTVALLEY, and FORT
LEE ’
FARE, TEN CENTS;
On and after June 8,1863, the
Steamer THOS. E. HULSE, Capt. Geo. W. Annett,
Will leave until further notice as follows:
From FORT LEE ,7% A. M., 12 M , 3% and 6 P. M.
From FOOT OF SPRING ST 10 A. M.. 2,5, and 7% P. M.
SUNDAYS INCLUSIVE.
Landing at 20th and 30th sts. on the 10 and 2 up trips,
and the 6 o’clock down trip.
ON FRIDAYS,
From FORT LEE 7% A. M. and SP. M.
From FOOT OF SPRING STREET. 10 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Steamer TIIOS E HULSE leaves foot of Spring street
at 19 and 2 o'clock, daily.
ROBERT ANNETT, Jr., Proprietor.
JgS RI E RAIL WAY.-
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE,
VIA PAVONIA FERRY, ”
From FOOT OF CHAMBERS ST., as follows, viz :
7:00 A. M., EXPRESS, for Buffalo, and principal inter
mediate Stations.
8:30 M., MILK, daily, for Otisville, and interme-
diate Stations.
10:00 A. M., MAIL, for Buffalo and intermediate Sta
tions.
4:09P. M., WAY. for Otisville, Newburgh, Warwick, and
intermediate Stations.
S:OU P. M., NIGHT EXPRESS, daily, for Dunkirk, Buf
falo, Rochester, Canandaigua, and principal Stations. The
Train oi Saturday runs through to Buffalo, but does not run
to Dunkirk.
7:00 P. M., EMIGRANT, for Dunkirk, and principal
Stations.
CHAS. MINOT, Gen’l Sup’t
Long island rail roadHin-
CREASED ACCOMMODATION. r
Leave New York from James Slip and ■ ■
34th street, atß A.M., for Greenport, Sag '•
Harbor. Hamptons and Orient, stopping at all stations and
connecting with the different stage lines. 3:39 P. M —Ex
press Train, stopping at. Jamaica, Mineola (connecting
with Hemp tend train), Jerusalem, and all stations East.
For North Islip—B A. M., 3:30 and 5:30 P. M.
For Syosset—B and 11 A. M., and 4:30 and 6P. M.
For Jamaica and Hempstead, at 8 and 11 A. M.; 3:39,
4:30 and 6P.M. The SAM. and 4:30 P. M connect with
Stages for Roslyn. Cold Spring, and Oyster Bay.
Jamaica Accommodation Train from N. Y., 6:30P. M.
RETURNING—Leave Greenport 6:15 A.M. and 2:25 P.M.
Leave Islip at 5:35 and 8:32 A. M., and 4:18 P. M.
Leave Syosset at 7:15 and 8:50 A. M.; 2:29 and 505 P. M.
Leave Hempstead at 6:40, 7.28 and 9:22 A. M.; 2:40 and
5:38 P. M.
Leave Jamaica at 7:30, 8:04 and 10 A. M.; 3:23 and 6:23
P. M.
SUNDAY TRAINS
Leave New York from 34th st. at 9:15 A. M. Excursion
Train to Yaphank, stepping at all stations. Returning,
leave Yaphank at 2:45 P. M.. arriving at Hunter’s Point at
5:40 P. M. Tickets sold for this train at reduced rates.
Leave Syosset for New York at 6:15 A M Returning,
leave 34th st. at 6:15 P. M., stopping at all stations.
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Emissions, Incontinence, Genital Debility and Ir
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Power, Nervous Debility:, &c., &c., all of
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Excesses ©r Self-Abuse, or some
constitutional derangement, and
incapacitates the sufferer
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duties of
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In all Sexual Diseases, as
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Sold by D. S. BARNES, No. 202 Broadway; WM. GRAY,
No. 301 Broadway; H. OAKLEY, Park Row; F. C. WELLS
& Co.. Franklin st., and by Druggists generally.
They will be sent by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of
the money by
J. BRYAN, M. D.,
No. 76 Cedar street, N. Y.,
Consulting Physician for the treatment ot Seminal,
Urinary, Sexual, and Nervous Diseases, who will send
free, to all, the following valuable work :
THE FIFTIETH THOUSAND Dr. Bell’d
Treatise cn Self-Abuse, Premature Decay. Impotence and
Loss of Power. Sexual Diseases, Seminal Weakness, Nightly
Emissions, Genital Debility, &c , <tc. A pamphlet of fifty
pages, containing important advice to the afflicted, and
which should be read by every sufferer, as the means ot
cure in the severest stages is plainly sec forth. Two
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Which have never yet failed (when the directions have
been strictly followed) in removing diffi-
culties arising from
OBSTRUCTION, OR STOPPAGE OF NATURE,
Or in restoring the system to perfect health when suffer
ing from Spinal Affection, Prolapsus Uteri, the wiiittsw, vr
ether weakness of the Uterine Organs. The Pills are per
fectly harmless on the constitution, and may be taken by
the most delicate female without causing distress ; at the
same time
THEY ACT AS A CHARM,
By strengthening, invigorating, and restoring the system
to a healthy condition, and by bringing on the monthly
period with regularity, no matter from what cause the
obstruction may arise. They should, however, NOT be
taken the first three or four months of pregnancy, though
safe at any other time, as miscarriage would be the resifit.
Each box contains 60 Pills. PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
DR. HARVEY’S TREATISE ON DISEASES OF FE-
MALES, PREGNANCY, MISCARRIAGE, BARREN-
NESS, STERILITY, REPRODUCTION, and ABUSES
OF NATURE,
And emphatically the LADIES’ PRIVATE MEDICAL
ADVISER, a pamphlet of fifty pages, sent free to any ad
dress. Six cents required to pay the postage.
The Pills and Book will be sent by mail, confidentially,
when desired, securely sealed, and prepaid, on receipt
of money by
J. BRYANT, M. D., General Agent.
No. 76 Cedar street, New York.
Sold by all the principal Druggists.
R? IFFIN & MACK,
DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
No. 93 SOUTH STREET,
New York.
APPLES, POTATOES, and ONIONS
Of all kinds put up in the best manner for shipping
to any mimate. 2
PROGNOSTIC ASTRONOMY.—DR. L.
D BROUGHTON can be consulted in the above useful
and delightful science, on all affairsand contingencies of
human life, such as courtship, marriage, tra zeling, remoy
nls.laivsuits. obtaining situations, recovering property, sick
aess the welfare ot absent friends, Ac., <tc. Ladies, SOcte.
Ger tiemen, sl. Phrenological examinations made. For
further particulars, send for “ Broughton s Monthly I lanet
Reader,” containing the nativities of Hon. W. 11. Seward,
General Grant, and of General N. P. Banks; the Fate ot
the Nation, Ac., Ac. Price, by mail, three cents. Tobe
had at book stores, and at the Office, No. 120 Greene st., 2d
door below Prince st., N. Y.
giy
GREAT RE DUCTION
IN DRYGOODS
FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS!
OVER $90,000 WORTH
OF
SILKS, BLACK AND COLORED,
POPLINS, MOZAMBIQUES,
VALENCIAS, BAREGES AND BAREGE ROBES,
DOMESTIC COTTONS, LINENS,
TOWELINGS, CRASHES, TARLETANS,
&c., &c., &c., &C.,
TO BE SOLD OFF AT A
REDUCTION OF THIRTY-FIVE PER CENT.
ON THE COST PRICE.
CRYSTAL PALACE EMPORIUM,
No. 252 BOWERY.
W. R. ROBERTS, Proprietor.
MME. DEMOREST’S MIRROR OF
FASHIONS.—The Fall Number and commence
ment of the fourth volume, ready Sept 1. will contain five
useful full size patterns, worth 75 cents ; a splendid and
large parlor Engraving of Empress Euguenie and her
Maids ot Honor, worth twice the cost of the magazine ; a
splendid colored Fashion Plate ; a large sheet of Braid
and Embroidery Pattern. 1 ?, and many other valuable nov
elties too numerous to mention. Single copies, 25 cents.
Yearly, sl, with 50 cents worth of extra patterns of your
own selection, and an excellent Carte de Visit© of the
Liliputians, as a premium ; postage on the premiums two
cents extra. To all new subscribers who commence with
the Fall Number, the present Summer Number will be
sent free, if requested. *
Form of an Order—Mme. Demorest will find enclosed
sl, and two centS'postage on the premiums, for which
please send me your Mirror of Fashions for one year,
commencing with the Fall Number; also send the Sum
mer Number, and oblige yours,
Give your address in full, and address it to
MME DEMOREST,
No. 473 Broadway, New York
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Also, to order. s3n, $33, and the very best shirt can be
made, $36 per dozen.
AU SHIRTS made by hand,
at No. 200 Grand street.
Single Shirts made for samples,
at No. 203 Grand street.
GENTLEMEN ean save 2i per cent, and get a superior ar
ticle, by ordering their shirts
AT NO. 200 GRAND STREET
New Novelties in Scarfs and Neckties constantly received,
AT NO. 200 GRAND STREET.
N. B.—A large lot of summer Hosiery, Under Shirts and
Drawers, at old prices. 4-ply collars, $2 per doz. Extra
Fine, $2 25. A large lot of French Flannel Army Shirts,
cheap,
AT THE PREMIUM SHIRT STORE,
(One door from corner of Mott st.) No. 2X) Grand street
T. O’DONOGHUJSS.
ENAMELED WHITE,
Having the appearance and comfort of linen, have been
worn in England for the last two years in preference to
any other collar, as they are readily cleaned in one min
ute with a sponge.
To Military Men and Travelers they are invaluable.
Price $1 00 each. Sent by Post on receipt of slls.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
NEW YORK MILLS SHIRTS, READY-MADE OR TO
MEASURE.
WARD, No. 387 BROADWAY.
Braid and embroidery stamps.
All the latest and best patterns fdr Ladies’ and
Children's Dresses, at much less than the usual prices.
Full set of one dozen either for Braid, or Embroidery, or
half of each, at $4. Inks, Pads, Brushes, &c., with full in
structions. One Dollar extra collected on delivery, or
sent free of express charges when the amount is sent with
the order. MME. DEMOREST’S Emporiuum of Fashions,
No. *3 Broanway.
Bargains this week.—bonnets,
Traveling Hats and Bloomers at reduced prices.
Summer Bonnets at half price. L. BINNS’ Millinery, No.
ssl BROADWAY, 581, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. Chil
dren's Hats, Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers. Mourning
Bonnets.
BH. MACY,
LACES, EMBROIDERIES I ACE SHAWLS,
LINEN HDKS., RIBBONS, MILLINERY. WHITE GOODS,
LINENS, FLANNELS. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
HOSIERY. PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS,
MADE UP UNDERCLOTHING.
N. B,—LADIES AND GENT’S KID GLOVES, ONE
DOLLAR A PAIR, EQUAL IN QUALITY TO ANY IN
THE CITY. R. If. MACY,
Nos. 204 and 206 Sixth avenue, 2 doors below 14th st.
PERKINS & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CARPETING,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING,
STAIR RODS,
WINDOW SHADES, &c.,
NO- 94 BOWERY, NEAR HESTER ST..
NEW YORK.
11. B. PERKINS,
J. P. PERKINS.
French flannel army and
TRAVELING SHIRTS.
DRESS SHIRTS M vDE TO MEASURES,
A perfect fit, of superior materials and workmanship,
$24 and S3O per dozen.
BOSOMS. COLLARS, and WRISTBANDS,
for Shirt Making, at
JAMES PARRISH’S
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 323 CaNAL ST., near Greene st, N. Y.
■OROFESSOR DE MUNNS’
ONLY GENUINE
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DISEASES OF THE SCALP.
The skill of the medical faculty in treating disease l ? of the
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a careful investigation of the causes which produce the
disease. Unless the cause is discovered, it is an utter im
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YEARS OF STUDY
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THE ONLY REMEDY,
so far as known, that would permanently eradicate these
loathsome diseases of thescalo, i. e.,
SALT RHEUM, SCALD HEAD,
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who have become bald. To make good the
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FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
if I fail to cure the worst cases of diseased scalps of the
longest standing with the
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READ THE FOLLOWING.
[Testimonial of Mrs. Sarah Gould:!
Albany, New York.
Prof. De Munn : Two years ago my scalp became dis
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disease spread until my scalp was one complete sore. It
became very painful; mv rest at night was broken; the
burning and’itching sensation was insupportable I would
applv remedy after remedy, but only momentary relief,
i consulted several physicians of this city. I was informed
bv them that the disease with which my scalp was affect
ed was the Salt Rheum, and that they could not benefit me.
J read-youradvertisement and I concluded toconsultyou.
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Respectfully yours,
MRS. SARAH GOULD,
No. 147 South Pearl street
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Hair Restorer, and their name is Legion, that it is
THE ONLY PREPARATION
that would effectually and permanently restore the’Hair
to those that are bald and prevent
THE HAIR FROM FALLING OFF.
The large and rapidly increasing sale or the Restorative
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ferric upon raE HUMA?f FAMILY.
The confidence of the public has been obtained, and
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* SUPERIORITY OVER ALL PREPARATIONS
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it is a simple impossibility, and totally inconsistent with
the laws of Nature. To those that are skeptical and in
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I WILL FORFEIT SI,OOO,
(ONE THOUSAND DOLL4.RS.)
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fifteen years standing, with the only
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This wonderful remedy is sold by druggists generally.
N. B.—Cures guaranteed in every case where the direc*
tions for use are implicitly obeyed.
PROF. H. DeMUNN,
SOLE PROPRIETOR,
|NO. 20 ORANGE STREET, ALBANY, N. Y.
Sold Wholesale by H. C. Oakley, No. ITTfok Row, and
Retail by Druggists generally.
Xgy® Price $1 per Bottle, or Six Botttes for $5.
BOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.—IN
Drawing of June 27th, No. 9.887 drewjSIOAOOO; No.
17 288 drew Sat.OOO; No. 18,192 drew $30,000; No. 8.t03 drew
drew 810,000; No. 1,828 drew $5,000. . 30 per cent, premium
paid for prizes. Information furnished. Highest price
paid for doubloons, and all kinds of gold and silver.
TAYLOR & Co.,
BANKERS,
No. Ifi WALL ST.,
New York.
STAR PROPHETESS FROM THE EAST
is naturally gifted, and was born with a caul. Is one
of the few who foretell future events truly, as can be
proved by many who have consulted her on business and
affairs of lite. Call in the Variety Store, No. 312 Mott st,
between Bleecker and Houston sts. Price 2ac.
CJot'iKifirtbn
IVE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
WARD.—I, George Opdyke, Mayor of the city of
New York, by virtue of the authority vested in me by an
ordinance of the Common Council, do hereby offer arc
ward of
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
as hereinafter specified, for the apprehension and convic
tion of any person who has committed eitlier murder or
arson in the course of the recent rioti in this city. The re
ward will be paid as follows : SIOO on the arrest and hold
ing to bail of the offender, to be paid on the certificate of
the Judge who shall hold to bail: SIOO additional on the
finding of an Indictment by the Grand Jury, to be paid on
the certificate of the Foreman of the Grand Jury and the
District Attorney. The remaining S3OO upon the convic
tion of tlie offender, to be paid on the certificate of the
Judge before whom the conviction shall take place.
In giving any one of the certificates aforesaid, the offi
cer signing it must state that the offender is in his opinion
one of the class oi persons above mentioned, and must
also state to what person or persons the appropriate
amount should in his opinion be paid, wholly or propor
tionally, for services or information in the apprehension,
indictment or conviction.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and
official seal at the city of New York, this twenty-second
day of July, A. D. 1863. GEORGE OPDYKE, Mayor.
rjlO CONTRACTORS.—Separate sealed
JL proposals, each endorsed with the title of the work
for winch the bid may be offered, will be received at this
office until 12 o’clock M. of MONDAY, August 3d, 1863, for
the construction of Sewers in the following streets, to wit:
Varickst.,from West Houston to Clarkson st.; Forty
sixth st., between 3d and 4th avenues.; Fifty-fourth st.,
between Bth and 9th avenues ; and One Hundred and
Thirtieth st., from Bloomingdale Road to Hudson River.
Blank forms for the bids, and all other necessary infor
mation. can be obtained on application to the Contract
Clerk at this office.
THOS STEVENS, ) Croton
ROBT. L DA KRAGH, / Aqueduct
A. W. CRAVEN. S Board.
Office of the Croton Aqueduct Board, July 22,1863.
OFFICE OF THE CROTON AQUE
DUCT BOARD. June 17, 1863.
TO CONTRACTORS.—Separate sealed Proposals, each
indorsed with the title of tlie work for which the bid is
offered, will be received at this office until 12 o clock of
WEDNESDAY, July 29th, 1863, for the construction, of
Trap block thr-runuwing~sn i eets, to wit:
Broadway, from Twenty-third to Fifty-ninth street
(■where not now paved with similar pavement); Twenty
first street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, afid Forty
secono street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues..
B ank forms for the bids, and all other necessary infor
mation, can be obtained on application to the Contract
Clerk at this office.
THOMAS STEPHEN*,
ROB T L. DARRAGH,
A. W. GRAVEN,
Croton Aqdeduct Board.
€ CORPORA Ti ON NOTICE.ZdEPART-
y WENT OF FINANCE.—City of New York.—Office of
the Clerk of Arrears-—Public notice is hereby given that
a sale of property, according to law. for unpaid assess
ments on Real Estate tor opening Central Park, confirmed
February 5,1856, will take place at public auction, at the
city Hall, in the City of New York, on TUESDAY, the
20th day of October next, at 12 o’clock ?*t noon of that
day. and be continued from day to dry, until the whole
fhall be sold The detailed statement of the property to
be sold is published in the New York Commercial Adver
ti-er a daily newspaper printed and published in the City
ol New York. Copies can be had on application at this
office. By order of the Comptroller, July 7,1863.
AUGUSTUS PURDY, Clerk of Arrears.
rp h e
JI
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CURE OF DEAFNESS.
DISCHARGES FROM THE EAR
AND
PARTIAL DEAFNESS
EXCLUSIVELY AND SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY
DR. HARTLEY,
No. 10 CLINTON place,
NEW YORK,
The’ only acknowledged Aurist in the United States who
generously offers to attend all persons suffering from
Affections of the Ear without charge until cured, thereby
proving his success unequaled, and protecting the Deaf
from being swindled by paying self-styled aurists exorbitant
. fees in advance, and the infliction of yet more serious evils
by permitting the application of dangerous remedies by
inexperienced and unskillful hands.
Deafness, noise in the head, and all disagreeable dis
charges from the ear speedily and permanently removed
without causing the least pain or inconvenience. A cure
in all cases guaranteed where malformation docs not
exist.
Thirteen years’ close and undivided attention to this
branch of special practice has enabled him to reduce his
treatment to such a degree of success as to find the most
confirmed and obstinate cases yield by a steady attention
to the means prescribed.
Persons suffering from any disease or derangement of
the organ of special sense, may command the services of
Dr. HARTLEY without the chagrin and mortification of
seeing their names and diseases paraded in a public news
paper.
Office and residence, No. 10 Clinton Place, a few doors
west ot Broadway. Reception hours from 9to 4 o’clock.
Consultation and examinationfree.
The Turf—Trotting—The Fashion
Course, July 18 —Match for SI,OOO. Mile heats, best three
in five, to.wagons.
H. Woodruff named cr. g Gen. McClellanl 11
D. Mace named b. m. Nellie Holcomb 2 2 2
Time—2:3s-2:35^—2:35.
July 20.—Match for SI,OOO. Mile heats.
D. Tallman named b. s. Henry Clay,to wagonl 1
H. Woodruff named b. g Jimmy Lynch in harness... 2 2
Ti inc—2:33'!.{—2:33Ja-
Henry Clay was the general favorite from the start, at
odds ranging from 3t01,2 to 1, &c., and well old he jus
tify the popular opinion. The contest was a spirited one,
and the time excellent. The first half mile whs made in
1:15)-2, and the first half mile in the second heat in 1:13)2-
J uly 21. —Match for SI,OOO. Mile heats, best thsee in five,
in harness.
D. Mace named s. m. Minnie Hawkinsl 12 2 1
D. Phyfter named b g. Pulaski 2 2 112
Time—2:43 —2—2:42^ —2:40—-2:12)4.
The heats were closely contested and the sport excel
lent, exhibiting not only a wide diversity, but as the race
progressed the most sudden alterations of opinion. Pu
laski at the onset was the favorite. Minnie after the two
first beats was so much in the ascendancy that the largest
odds w ere proffered in her favor. When Pulaski won the
third heat, popular opinion again bega 1 to turn, and when
he. scored the fourth lieat twolto one were.frcely offered bn
him, and few, if any, would adventure against him. The
tilth heat, whieh, alter a close contest, was won by the
ii.ufv, vllCCrually put all opinions perfectly H ootn-
batC'
J'ui.y 21st, 1863.—Match for sl,ooo—half forfeit—two miles
and repeat to harness.
L. Birrell named b. g. Hiram Templel 2 2
J. Predmore named b. g. Slasher 2 11
Time
Hiram Temple had the call at very large odds. In the
first heat Slasher cast one of hisshoes, thereby giving the
heat to Hiram, in the second heat Slasher pressed Hiram
from the start, forcing him to the quarter pole m 40 sec
onds, and the half mile pole in and carrying him
oil bis feet in the upper turn, passed him, and continuing
the lead, attained the score easily several lengths ahead.
REgATTA at Harlem. —The regatta at
Harlem on Wednesday, 22d Inst, attracted quite a large
number of visitants.
It was a sweepstakes for cat rigged boats of eighteen
feet in length and under.
The entrance fee was ten dollars—the second boat to
receive back her stakes.
The distance—from Harlem Bridge up through the
Kills to and around the buoy off Throgg’s Point and back
to the point of starting. ,
The following entries were made, viz.:
The Julia was entered by Capt. Smelly, Penny Bridge,
Brooklyn.
T he Elia, by Capt Raynor, of Harlem.
The Emma, by Capt. Longstreet, ot Harlem.
The Major, by Capt. Wilson, of Harlem.
The Livy, by Capt Seaman, of Harlem.
The boats were started in the following order :
Ellal
Emma I 22 10
Majorl 23 40
Julial 23 15
Tivyl 25 15
The wind was exceedingly light, and it being flood tide,
the boat' were unable to stem it. It being, however, after
a little, stemmed, the Julia showed in advance, heading
the other boats in fine style to and through the Kills, at
which point they, attained the advantage of a fair tide.
From the Kills to Whitestone it was a drittiug rather than
a sailing encounter. From Whitestone to the buoy off
Throgg’s Point the boats were privileged with a little
breeze. The Julia led nearly to the buoy, when the Major
assumed the lead, followed by the Ella. The Emma and
Tivy gave up the contest and did not, therefore, round the
buoy. After rounding the buoy, a fine breeze manifested
itself, and the Julia took and continued the lead, disclos
ing a considerable distance between herself and her two
competitors. The interest was now somewhat enlivened,
notwithstanding the withdrawal of two of the boats. The
speed from Flushing to Harlem Bridge was excellent, and
demonstrateo indisputably the fine sailing qualities ot the
contestants under favorable circumstances. Tiie Julia
passed tlie stake boat off Harlem Bridge in five hours and
thirtv-one minutes, and was declared the winning boat.
The Ella was considerably astern, and no time was noted
of her operations. .
The new boat owned and entered by Mr. Robbins was
withdrawn because of the lack of sufficient sail. The un
favorable cay, the lack of breeze, &c., detracted greatly
from the scene which, from the numerous entries, had
been anticipated as a lively and exciting one.
Aquatic—The Grand Contest for the
Championship of America—The Single Scull Rowing
Controversy.—Joshua Ward the victor. The single scull
rowing question was abjulicated Thursday, at 3 o’clock
P. M., on the placid waters of the Hudson, in the presence
of thousands oi spectators, who had been attracted to the
scene by the well earned distinction of the contestants,
achieve d upon other waters, and at various periods and
with a variety of disputants. The race was ior one thou
sand dollars and the championship. . ...
Joshua Ward, of Newburg, rowed the Dick Risaon, built
by George W. Shaw, of Newburg. His dress was white.
James Hamill rowed the Alexander King, built by
Janies Me Kay, of New York. His dress was a blue jacket
and a red cap. Hamill was the general favorite, and two
to one were freely tendered on his winning. Large sums
of money, at those rates, it is estimated, changed hands on
tl The S d&tance to be rowed was five miles, starting from
a stake boat, anchored off Kaol rock, and rowing two and
a half miles up the Hudson and bi:k again to the starting
point. To guard against collisions, en route, each party
were directed to turn separate stake boats, anchored one
hundred feetapart.
The Judges for Ward were Messrs. Smith, King, and S.
Donahue, of Newburg.
The Judges of Hamill were Messrs. Stephen Roberts and
Dennis Leary, of New York.
The referee was Mr. Edward Innis, at Poughkeepsie.
At the designated hour, 3 o'clock, P. M., the contestants
started in the race. Ward had the vantage ground by
about a boat’s length, which he maintained and gradually
increased until the stake boat was attained, which he
turned some three or four lengths in advance ot Hamill.
This decided advantage and superiority he continued to
exhibit to the score or starting point, which he reached 111
/'ortu-tirovunutes tirenty-nine seconds, and some dozen
lengths in advance, amid the wildest excitement and en
thusiasm of the Newburghers and his other friends.
At the teimination of the race the charge ot tout was
instituted and preferred by Hamill. After a patient in
vestigation the judges unanimously decided the charge
unsustained, and gave the award to Ward.
The day was delightful, and scarcely a ripple invaded
the quiet serenity of the majestic river, upon whose bosom
and banks were crowded thousands of deeply interested
spectators. The beautiful natural scenery of the river,
the innumerable dottings of steamboats and other sailing
vessels and the multitudes on its more prominent banks,
imparted the scene of a magnificent and grand water pa
norama well worthy the pencil of the artist
Andrew Fay, No. 355 Pearl street, has challenged Ward
for a race of three to five miles, to be tested in October,
and for any sum not less than one thousand dollars.
Sunday Edition, 3 uly r
Sparring Exhibition.—The compli
mentary benefit to Billy Donnelly, on Thursday evening
last, at the Armory of the Second Regiment of the State
Guard of the N. Y. 8. M., was an ovation worthy of tiie
beneficiary. Tlie spacious hall was densely crowded by
his numerous friencs, and the programme, which was a
somewhat extended one for the very sultry night, was
carried out tv tlie seemingly witinitc pleasure and delight
of all those present. William Tovee, as usual, officiated
as the Master of Ceremonies. The set-tos were as follows,
viz:
Ist. Morse and Boney.
2d. Hollywood and Doyle.
3d. Hanly and Cobufn.
4th. McGuire and Cockrobin.
sth. Guldrich and Cameron.
6th. Trainor and Walker.
7th. Kelly (Australian) and Coburn (the champion?.
Bth. Donnelly (the beneficiary) and Lynch (the ex-cham
pion of feather weights).
The sparring was generally good. Want of space pre
cludes further particularizing than the statement tiiat the
scyenth and eighth set-tos were marked by the very high
est (Hick ncy and skill, and presented—the seventh espe
cially—the finest artistic specimen of boxing that has ever
been witnessed in this city.
Pending these several set-tos, or rather during the nec
essary interregnums between them, several of the boxers
present, spoiling for a fight,” entered tlie arena, and in
izrop/iawrsoiia threw down the glove of defiance to “ all
the world and the rest of mankind.”
Owen Geoghagan offered lor SSOO or SI,OOO to fight any
wan in America or elsewhere, weight not exceeding from
123 (his own weight) to 132 pounds, and asserted his ability
to win. He stood prepared, he stated, to put up SIOO for
feit if any competitor was present or would present him
self in a reasonable time- He seemed particularly solicit
ous for some Fourth Warder to take up the glove “thus de
fiantly cast.
Charley Walker-next asserted his ability to thrash Tom
O’Connor, and stood prepared to put up SIOO or s2oo upon
the issue.
John Fitzgerald then stepped forward and proposed
himself in lieu of O’Cpnnor, but this Walker declined.
Pfyffer Doyle now presented himself and stated that he
had a man who would flog, rough and tumble, for any
reasonable sum, Kit Burns, Green, or any of a certain
class which lie characterized by a very ugly name.
Jimmy Lynch’s proposal to accept Nobby Clark’s chal
lenge, was not alluded to, it being known that he has
made a deposit of SIOO with the Cipper, which is regard
ed the more regular mode of transacting business.
The Belts of Lynch, exhibited just before the closing
set to attracted very great attention. The first exhibited
was his champion’s belt of the feather weights, whieh,
alter sundry severe fighting, extending through a space
ert rCe cars ’ ie became entitled to as his private prop-
being the only English belt ever awarded to an Am
erican, and brought to this city, we will describe :
‘•lt is an oblong green velvet, handsomely fringed all
around with wide silver lace, and is decorated with three
large and heavily embossed emblematical entablatures,
or plates, and four stars. Upon the centre plate is in-
scribed. ” Presented to Charles Lynch, the American
Cliamuion of the Feather Weights, as a mark of respect
alter his great fight with Simon Fenighty for £lO9 on
August 12th, 1859. by a few friends at Harry Bruntons ,r >-
The left plate represents the fistic arena and the com
batants in fighting attitude, &c. The right plate presents
the British Lion couched in conscious strength and secu
rity, &c.
The stars indicated the nativity of the champion, and
tl»c* emerald green the isle of his parentage. It is a mas
sive belt, and was a handsome tribute to the bravery of
Lynch. The cost was forty-five .guineas.
The second exhibited was presented by Victoria’s body
guards, for his gallantry in defending, at great personal
hazard to himself, one of its members.
This, though not so costly as the other, is
nevertheless very striking and pretty. This oblong is of
crimson silk plush, and is also fringed with silver lace and.
ornamented with silver plates, emblematic of the scene
and the occasion, and was a well deserved tribute to his
manly defence ot a stranger.
Base Ball—Gotham vs. Empire.—-
The return game of the home and home match between
these clubs was played at the Elysian Fields, Hoboken, on
Tuesday the 20th instaht, and resulted in favor of the
Gotham Club.
The following score was rendered. ‘'
• Gotham. 0. n. Empire.
Stokem ofs 1 w ar j p 6 j
Thomp 1 3 Ryders s 5 2
WcLing2b2 4 Westervelt 3 b...” 2 4
M right c 2 5 Russell c 4 n
Forsyth3bs 2 Miller 2 b”2 3
Roe 11 4 Wilson Ifl 2
Smi»h Ib3 3 Simms 1 b...'4 2
Squires s s 2 3 Culyer cf. 3 2
Shafer If 3 11 Many rf 4 2
Total 26 Total 2
innings.
1212121 4 1 5 | G | 7 I 8 I 9 | r,)(ar -
Gotham I 31 11 3i 01 311 0 11.3 |2 2S
Empire |6|3|3|l|l|6|o|l|l| 22
Scorer for Gotham—J. J Connell.
“ Empire—P. V. Broack.
Umpire—Frank Snow of Henry Eckford Club.
ECKFORD, OF BROOKLYN VS. MUTUAL, OF NEW YORK.
On ‘Wednesday, the 22d instant, these clubs met on th©
Mutual’s grounds, Elysian Fields, Hoboken, and played
the first game of a home and home match. The game
was won by the EckLro Club by only one run.
A large assemblage, embracing a considerable numbef
of ladies, greeted the contest and manifested very marked
interest in the issue. The appointments were all in admi
rable uiste aim me orcier Uiruuslivut At fnA
appointed hour, 3 o’clock. P. M., the game commenced.
Tlie Mutual gaing first to tlie nat. The pitching of
Sprague was very effective and disposed of the Mutual
for sniall scores. The play on both sides was occasionally
hnlhant and elicited the general admiration. In the
fifth inning, McMann made a magnificent hit between
the centre and the left field and obtained the only home
run made. To indulge further particular# would con
sume too much space- The following was the score re
corded :
MUTUAL. O. R ECKFORD.
Brown, 2d b 4 2 Wood, 2d b 3 I
Goldie, Ist b 3 1 Manolt, If 2 2
Kelly, ct'3 0 Reach, Ist b 2 2
Mott, r f 4 0 Beach, c 3 X
Beard, s s 4 0 Sprague, pt *2
Wansley, c 2 1 Duffy, 3d b 4 0
McKeaver. p 3 1 Devyn ss4 0
McMann, 3d b1 3 Swandell, r f 5 0
Zeller, 1 f 3 1 Snyder, c f 3 3
Total 9 Total '
‘ INNINGS.
121 2 | 3 | 4 | 6 I 6 1 71 81 91 Tola’.
Mutuall 11 11 01 01 II 01 21 21 2 1 (F*
Eckford| 2| 0| 41 0| 1| 1 | Q| 21 0| 10
Umpires.—Bigsby, Eagle Club.
Scorers.—James McConnell, Mutual Club.
“ Win Brown, Eckford “
English Prize Ring Items. The
Championship —Jem Mace and Bill Ryall. The third de
posit of £5 a side was staked on the 10th Inst., the san©
amount to be tabled vt eekly.
J. C. Heenan and Tom King, for £2,000. Half the money
(£1,000) has now been staked for the great event, Decem
ber 8. Tlie first deposit of £IOO in the other half was put
up, doubtlessly, on the 16th, the day designated, at Henry
Bacon's Rose and Thistle, Londonderry Roaa, Camber
well.
Jem Mace and Joe Goss, at 10 stone 12 pounds, for £I,OOO.
The match is progressing favorably. Another deposit of
£3O for Mace and £2O for Goss was to be made on the 15th
inst. Goss has gone into active training at his usual quar
ters, T. Savage’s, the Old Boat, Brickhill street, Wolver
hampton. Bill Stokes, the pedestrian, is his trainer.
Jem Ward’s opinion of the fight between Heenan and
King. Ward first brought King before the public. He
States that “he feels the greatest confidence in Heenan’s
ability to dethrone King ” In merely pugilistic matters
V ard s opinion is entitled to and will have great weight
in England and America.
English Turf. —The American Horse
Umpire Wins Two Races. —The Croome Stakes (Handieap>-
of 15 sovereigns each, 5 forfeit, with 101 added, winners
extra: sgfcond to save his stake, about three-quarters of a
mile. 21 subs. Umpire by Lecompte. Betting 11 to Bon
Umpire
The Worcester Cup (Handicapf of 100 sovereigns, by sub
scriptions of 10 sovereigns each. half forfeit, (tiie surplus
in specie) lor three years old and upward ; gentlemen
riders : jockeys7lb extra: winners extra; one mile and.
three furlongs. 15 subs. Umpire by Lecompte. Betting 6
to 2 on U mpire.
Saratoga Races. —The Race Meeting
for running horses will commence on the 3d of Au
gust. The races Will continue four days, and the various
purses and stakes will be contended for by many of th©
most distineuished runners in the country. In addition
to these recently at tiie Paterson, Philadelphia and Cen
tre ville Meetings, others stables from Knitiwky, th©
Canadas, <tc., will bet here, and capital racing is antici
pated.
On the Care of Bn liard Tables.—
We propose offering a few hints to those having billiard
tables, by acting upon which they will add m icii to th ir
comfort and amusement in playing billiards, at tlie sain©
time, be enabled to keep their tables in order. We would
premise that these hints are intended for those who keep
tables in their private residences, for to others the infor
mation is already toteratflty*ffemiliar. First, as regards th©
cloth on the bed of the table, as well as that <m the cush
ions, should' be always carefully brushed after being
played upon. This can be best done with a whisk-broom,
ar d a brush ; the former to clear the dust out from under
the cushions, and the latter to finish with. Care should
be taken to brush the cloth with the nap or grain, which
usually runs from the head of the table, aud then through
the pockets. The cues, when not in use, should be kept
in the-rack, at a distance from the fire or heater, so as to
keep them in a perpendicular position, to prevent them
from warping and becoming crooked. They should be
well sand papered occasionally, to keep the leathers on
the top from projecting over the edges; for when they do
the liability to tear the cloth is greatly increased. In re
regard to the balls : many are unaware that ivory, in any
shape or form wid shrink in the same manner as wood—
that is, not in the length, with the grain, but across tlie
grain. Thus, a billiard ball, after being in use for some
time, will get somewhat oval in form, and will require to
be re turned by the manufacturer. New balls, m par
ticular, shrink a good deal; old. ones, of course, propor
tionately less. are also liable to break when
• exposed Io sudden changes, or extremes of temperature.
In cold weather, the balls should be kept from the action
of the air as much as possible. A little sweet oil, rubbed
on now and then before the fire, will tend to preserve
them. Fee that the large screws in the cushion-boards
are kept tightly screwed to their places. The constant
blows on the cushion are very apt to loosen them. These
few hints will be found useful to those having tables. —
Exchange.
Running races at Saratoga
SPRINGS, NEW YORK.
To commence August 3d, 1?63, and continue four day&
FIRST DAY.
First Race—Sweepstakes lor 3-year-olds. mile heats - S2OO
entrance, SSO forfeit; S3OO added. The winner of the 3-yr
old stakes at Paterson or Philadelphia to carry five lbs.
extra. Closed. m ~ . ,
Second Race—Purse S3OO. Two-mile dash.
SECOND DAY.
First Race—Purse S3OO, mile heats. Winner of 3-yr-old
stake on the first day to carry 95 ibs. Fillies allowed
3 Second Race— Handicap, 2’, mile dash ; S4O entrance,
s2oTorfeit ; S4OO added. Forfeits to go to the second best,
it three or more start. Closed with the following eu
trFSMorris enters ch. h. Reporter, 5 yrs. old, 114 ibs. Also
ch. c. Dangerous, 4 yrs. old, 95 lbs
P. C. Bush enters b m. t.even Oaks, 4 yrs. old, 85 ibs.
James Mulligan enters ch. h. Observer, 5 yrs. old, 85 ros,
Wm. H. Strong enters ch. h. Punch, 4 yrs old, 90 Ibs.
THIRD DAY. t
First Race—Sweepstakes, for 3 year-olds, dash of two
miles: s2ooentrance, slooforfeit; S3OO added; to name
and close on the 22d of June. . n h nV A
Mr. Watson's “Captain Moore” excluded , I Q r }^ IG „ a ?2r n e
stake. Entries to be addressed to the Proprietor, at no.
6l ’con'd r’ce-Purse S 4(»; mile , he “^ r exira^ 10 *
ners of any race during the week to carry 5 ibs. extia.
FOURTH DAY-
First Race-Puree«o<>. Two mile.heats. hl
hßaten tSice .Sowed 10 lbs. Winners during the meeting
to carry their appropriate wen-tits for this race. In all the
al Metalrte e rules'to tiie following exceptions:
The Proprietor lias the power to postpone any race on ac
count of weather, tn which case he can change tho day
<O Entranceforall Purses 10 per cent., to go to the second
h &th^ 0 pMd for a
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