Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 23, 1856, Page 6

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 23, 1856 Page 6
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[WBiTBBHm KKMFWn IYK1T DAT. ULU AT AUOTIOS. IJiKRT H NICdLAT, AUCTIONEER.?STOCKS AND Hood* al auction.?Regular wnii weekly sale.?AL Hl*RT B NICOLAY will sell this dsy, Juue iti, at 12t? ? > cluck, at the Merchants' Exchange, for account of whom U may concent ? $10.0110 Minnu county. Ohio. 7 per cent honde $1,000 23.U0U Lake Erie. Wabash and Si. Ig>ui* Railroad, 1*1 mortgage bond* 1.000 28,000 Ureal Weatsrn t Illinois) Kaiiroad 10 p. ct. bond* I.0U0 211.000 New Albany and Salem Kaiiroad lai mtg. bond* 1.000 8.000 Cleveland and Fhtsburg Kaiiroad Income bouda. 1.000 8.000 Oletelaad ard Pittabnrg Railroad 2d mtg. bond* 1.000 5.0U01JI Cross# a. lMtlwaukle Kaiiroad 1st mlg bouda. 120 aharea Uumnhrcysviile Copper Company 25 luO do. Ohio l>i*ino*?l ltopi Company 25 100 do. Pennsylvania Coal Company 100 60 do. Cleveland and Toledo Railroad SO 90 do. Union Ferry Company loo 20 do. St. Mark'* Insurance Company 25 U do. Attanlto Hank 100 !? do. Mechanic*' Hanking Association 25 10 do. Wells, Kargo A Co. * Express 100 10$ do. Knterprise lnauranre Company 25 Term* ol sale?Ten par cent this day, and the balance be fore 2 o'clock to-morrow. The accrued lntereat uu all the bonda will he charged to the purrhaaer. Next regular sale ou Thursday, June 26. A. 11 N. hold* hla regular semi-weekly auction tales of ?tocks an 1 bond* every Monday and Thursday, at the Her rhaala' Exchange; also, special sale* of the same no any other days when required. At private sale, s great variety of It rat class railroad, city and State bond*, bank, lnaurancu and other Slocka, of undoubted character for Investment Important notice ?Iutereet allowed on all monies deposited on trust, and securities bought and sold at the board of bro hers. ALBKRT H. NICOLAT, Auctioneer and Banker. No. 4 llroad street. Alfred hrago. auctioneer.?a brago a co will sell at auction, on Tuesday, Jnne 24, at 9 A. M., a their salesroom. 38 Corilamlt street, a large and desirable lo of boots, shoes, brogans. Ac. Also, sixty dozen patent leather ?lies 1, 2. $ and 4. N. B?Kale* every Tuesday and Friday. ] AS. RICHARDS. AUCTIONEER.?50# CASKS OF ? prime and seasonable boots, shoes, and brogans at auction, on Tuesday. the 24th instant, at 10*^ A. M., at the store of B. Hl. ANCHAKli A CO., Ml l'earl street, up suira. Auction notice -crockery, clash and china. ?By J. 8. H. BARTLKTT. auctioneer. Tuesday. Jnne $4. at IV o'rlnok. at 281 l'earl street, a large assortment of all kinds w. g. blue and common ware, glass ware, china, cutlery, Britannia ware, Ac. Goods well packed for ahipptng Hale positive Auction notice?w. w. shirley, auctioneer? crockery, rblna and glass ware.?Oa Monday, June 2S, at half past ten o'clock. Sale positive, rain or ahine, as tha store ia let. By order ol A. Mcl>t>,\ALI). Auction notice.?m. r?ouoirrr, auctioneer ? Large sale of new ami second hand furniture, tapestry, Wilton and ingrain carpets, this day iMuudayi at 10?? o'clock, at the auction rooms 27 and 29 Centre street, from a family breaking up, viz: Rosewood and mahogany parlor furniture in hair cloth and plush, several tapestry and Wilton carpets, ingrain do., rugs, French platp mirrors, wardrobes, elegant secretary Iswkcases, sofa bedsteads, lounges, extensiou tables, rosewood and mahogany centre, card and fancy do., firty or titty cottage and French "bedsteads, hair and spring mattresses, oilrloth. lot ot ga* btlures. dress bureaus, bed* aud bedding, cutlery, china, crockery and gla** ware, writing desks. Ae. Making over 30U lots to be positively sold for cash, and worthy of attention. Auction notice?j. booart, auctioneer?by S. BOOART.?'This day. Mo'tday, 23<1. at IOC, o'clock, at the suction rooms, corner of Frankfort and Willi.mi street*, assignee's sale of silk, trimmings, ribbon*, laces, gimps, fringes, thread, fancy buttons.kid gloves, dross pattern*, combs, ?twtag silk, silk tassel*, galloons, piece goods; also, one cane fire crackers, one lance show i use; also JtO boxes aegar*. Ac. Also, at 111 o'clock, at tli" auction rooms, corner of Frankfort and William street*. mortgage sale?A splendid lot of llrue sells three-id) and ingrain carpet*. oilcloth, Ac. THOMPSON, Attorney for Mortgag Auction notice.?thos. bell, auctioneer.? lty l'KLI. A ltUSH.?Tuesday, llt'a o'clock, in our sales rooms, we will aell the valuable furnituro and housekeeping articlea of a genteel family Also a stock of groceries?leas, apices, collce salt liquors, old Holland gin. brandy, mm. se gues, Ac. Wednesday, large stock of dry goods, 'fancy arti cles, Ac. Other sales will be duly announced. Auction notice?tunis morrkll, auction eer, will sen this morning, at ittv. o'clock, at J# Nassau street, furniture in large variety, two rosewood pianofortes, oil paintings, mirrors. .VI.UUO segars, second hand and now car peting. oriminetils, curled hair and sprtag mattresses; to w hich the public is most earnestly invited. Also, superior refrigera tors, six sizes. Auction notice.?ii. wilson, auctioneer, will sell to morrow (Tuesday) ne?ruing at lit1, ?"black, ma en tire furniture contained in four the story residence, 2JU West 14th si., near Eighth avenue, embracing a large and desirable assortment of first class household furniture, such as solid rose wood parlor suns, covered m s,uin pier and centre tables, rich rosewood reception and easy chairs, covered in satin and ms quel: expensive lace curtains, oil paintings, clocks, china rases and other costly mantel ornaments, large pier and oval French plate mirrors, superior rosewood seven octave piano forte, stool and cover, rosewood etcgere, elegant rosewood work tables, lined with satin wood;do. secretary, velvet and brits seis carpets, solid oak extension table, costly solid silver ware, containing a full assortment china tea and dinner sets, crystal cut glass ware, ivory cutlery, mahogany cushioned chairs, sofas, sofa bed, lounges, superior solid rosewood and raihog any bedsteads, bureaus. wssbsiands, toilet seta, pure hair mattresses, ingrain carpels, odelotiis. Ac., Ac. Parties in want of first class household furniluri will lind at this sal. every thing requisite for housekeeping, and of the best description. Bale positive. BY MINTI BN A PABTRIDGE.-POBITITK RALE OF tlie steamer Governor Dudley at auction. Thursday, June 26, at the Merchants F.xchan'gc. the steamer Govrruur Pudler, son ton* burthen, 177 feet in length, 24 feet breadth oi beam. 36 indies dlamcicr of uvlindsr, lb feet length of stroke, 22K leet dismeUir of wheel, 8 feel face of wheel, and 6 feet draught of water. She tins a new blowing engine, burn ing either coal or wood, and very economical in her fuel; re built in Wilmington, N. 0., In 1841. having live oak frame; hnr hull, engtna and boilers at * in perfect order, and shs is ready to be sent on any act I toe Wluuat Clpeuns; Is a fast and tine sea boat, ran arrommodato 160 passengers, and is Cited out for about 60 with hair mat tresses, pillows. Ac.; her aft cabin be low Is 6B feet lot.g, forward cabin 31 feet long, saloon and main dcrk 33 fed long. I Ska feet wide; has on the promenade deck four stale rooms Terms at sale. Inventory at the auction room. The steamer now lira at the foot of Seventeenth street. North river. Where idle may be examined any time previous to sale. By virtue of an execution.?wm. popping, Auctioneer.?WM. PUPPING A CO. will sell on Tues day, J une 24, at 12 o'clock, in front of their store. No. 92 Broad way, oue pair of dapple gray poniee, i>Lj hands high. sound ' reTcltei and kind, good travellers, between 6 and 6 years old; ran be drove by a lady ; also oue set of double fum y harness, m i le to order fur the pomes also one fancy light wagon, new The above will be sold without fail, on that day, and is a desirable team for a gentleman's family. Tlier are valued at PW. By Order of WM. THOMPSON, Constable, Marine Court. CATTT.E RALE AT MOUNT FORDHAM?11 MI LEA from the City Hall, N.T.. by Harlein railroad. It should be be borne in mind by those interested, that L. O. MORRIS* great sale of improved breeds of domestic animals takes 5lace on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 24ih ami 24th days of tine, thttalogues may be had of JAMKS M Mil.I.KK, auc tioneer. 81 Mniden lane, giving a full description of each lot to be sold Th?re is also a time table on the r .ver of catalogue, as to getting to and from Mount Fordham. Sale positive, rain or shine, and to commence at pull past on" P M.. on the tirst day. CROCKERY AND GL.VHB.?J. J WALDRO.V, Auc tioneer 1IENRY O. EYANS will sell to the trade, from Ui* shrives. In lots to suit, on Tuesday. June 24, at 10 n'clock, at the salesrooms No. 6 Liberty street, a large invuioe of May er's best white granite ware, consisting of the most desirable patterns, comprising a full assortment ot Hat and hollow ware. Also, a complete assortment of light blue and common ware, china glass of all descriptions, plated tea sets, spoons and forks knives and forks, teatrays, waiters, Ac. Goods well packed for shipping. Edward rchkxck, auctioneer?edwarii 8C1IKNCK A CO. will sell at auction on Monday. 23d Inst., at Bfk, o'clock, at their salesroom, 33 Nassau street, mag nificent boicehold fitra.. ire, consisting ot richly curved rose wood and mahogany suites, covered in broratei, velvet and hair cloth; do. marble top bureaus, washsumla. side and cor ofa ner etegeres; centre, sola and pier tables; cretaries. wardrobes. Ae.: do. bedsteads oommodes, arm. Voltaire, reception and parlor chairs; elegant enamelled Cbomber suils, oak do., tapestry, velvet, Brussels and other carpets. Also, seven very large and magnltieent French plat* pier and mantel glasses, richly framed, Ac., Ac. Hale peremp tory for cash. IjIDWARD S.-HENTK. AUCTIONEER?EDWARD 2 St HENCE A CO. will sell at auction, on Tuesday, J une 24 Ht 1 o'oloi k, at their sab- room S3 Nassau street, a sorrel Ihoroughbrrd Morgan mare, fourteen hands high, lit e years old. raised by J L. Rtavena, Esq., Ilohoken, warranted per feetiy kind, sound and gentle, and without a trick or blemish, is very fast, a line saddle horse, and believed to be one of ilie lineal roll" In this Slate. \iso a beautiful light silver mounted harness, nearly new. made to order. Also a beautiful square box roald wagon, by Daly, to order. Tlia whole to bo sold w ithout resei se, as the ow ner is leaving the elty. To any gen Ueinan in want of a benutilul e-tahlishnient. the above is a rare opportunity. Also several borses and carriages, road wagans. double nod t ogle harness. An FOR SALE AT AUCTION-BY A BR Uf AM K WATSON, auctioneer stoWt of grooerics and liquors, and fixtures. Likewise, household furniture and kiteben utensils, one bsrse. or." wagon, and store to let, on the well knowa corner Division and Harrison avenues. QEORGE COOK. AUCTIONEER?GENTEEL FUjRM r tnre of a family declining housekeeping. On Wednes f, June 2S. at ld>g o'clock M Ps.'l East Twelfth smeet, ne ir day, _ Set nisei avenue Ttie sale w i't Include one superior rash-woo 1 seven Mtave piano, and una do. six octuvn mahogany. In per fect order; tw o ro-siwood parlor suit*. roeeweOd etegere. e n ire tables, ball stun.l* hruas< Is and ingrain carpets, oilcloth .n balls, chamber furniture tilting r'suu do table cutlery, kiielien utensils, Ae Ti e above are m hue order havingi ern used bat two months, and must be positively sold sml removod Irom the premises on the .lav of ,.ii< l',,r particulars soo caialogu ?? at sale, or at lb* olhce oi the auctioneer 442 Broad way - (T ILBIfRT R. RAVAGE. AUCTIONEER ? AHH1GNKK.4 J aale of groeerin*.?MACLEY A RAVAGE will sett, by or der of tbe assignee, on Tuesday. 24th lust , at id', o'clock it 82 Odar street, between Broadway and Nassau street, tho usual slock of a grocery store, comprising sugars of various kinds, teas, roffce, driisi fruits, starch, caudles, soaps, pickles, sardines. Ac. Also, n grocer a wagon and ooc Une top buggy. T T ATS VleTOIA, I'EACiH&. I i?rVsIreni. ?>rner"o 11 da1h<wn sir aw"hale. air ptatoU. tW't'T ^*1^1 Greenwich, ?.<'tt^wnsw Sinyrlia elegant desks, boxes. E-'uuU, ibmnpar^/'I^.^A. CARTER^"*?**'- j ?ENRY B. HERTS, JR , AUCTIONEER.? Sl'rtt'I XL importers' sale of wines and sugars in bond. In packages to suit purchasers. Henry II. Herts. Jr., will sell at auction, on Wednesday, June 26. at II o'clock, at the salesroom, No. w U* Pine street, comprising Otaril and Cognac brandies, old Jamaica rum. gin. clarets, champagnes, a large lot of Booth A Redwing's Ismdon gin. and a large variety ot Havana segars. Trims cash, in city Binds. IT HI A REMARKABLE FACT THAT THOBF, AUG Uoaarrs, ns well ns other btisine.s men. who freely pa tronize printers. Invariably accumulate fortunes. Auction bills. Ac., are neatly and eouepiouotMly printed at the Herald Job oRce. X BOOART, AUCTIONEER.-ON TCK^DAT, JUNE 24. v , at ltta o'clock, at the salesroom, corner of William ami Frankfort streets, a large aasortmeut of brandies, gins, claret*. ebrrriaa, madeiras, and other w ines. Also, live .s taves cog tflMM" ?" ttar brandy, direct Arum bond. MIC'II AKL DooDY, < onetaiil*. TORir L. YANDRWATKR, AUCTTGNKER.-HTiB'K of V win A. braatllM, aefars. Ac.?John L. Yandewater will ?ell. no Tuesday, JWae A at 11 o'rks k, at the sales room rtd N?>s*u slreef, between Maiden lane and John utreet, consist tug, tu part, of choice old (hard, Ismdon dock, and Goguac brandies i"dl* pale and dart, old duff, Gordon aud Amoutil ls.Pi pale atidTwowMinierrlea. old South Side madl. ra (Jneea's I'otd lleldslerk, and Other favorite brands of champagnes; fhatcstn A Mnrguatt* elareta; old Bourbon and Mooongahelb whbkc\ g'u, rum cordials, Ixtndon porter. Scotch sle, Ac., tognber witn an luvoter of Havana and German segars J MORI ARTY, AUCTIONEER?WILL SELL THIS DAY, . at Id1, ?'fine*, at ITS Chatham aqttare a large assortment uf furniture carpet*, feather beda, tnattr.staes, mirrfirs. Ac., Ac. rcuivrcu Lvut a Uittfjr IcatIo? 4m sbj*. Khlc posiu. c. ?ALU AT ACCTIOS. LARUE SALE or BEAUTIFUL furniture ?h. t LEKDw will sell od Monday, June 25, at Bit, o'clock, all the furniture in I be (titrate bouse No. 162 Broome street, con sisting In part of two suites of aolid rosewood parlor furniture, in French brocate! , two splendid rosewood etegeres, with l>!uie glass 1'runls and backs ; 2 do. corner. 1 large rosewood secretary bookcase, do. lady'sdo. library, Oothic rosewood bed meads and bureaus, spring and 2I> hair matresaes. washaUnds, mahogany and black walnut furniture. of all kinds found in a wrll furnished house , splendid rosewood pianoforte, a lira* rale instrument . handsome velvet carpets, ingrain and Brussels, a stair carpet, 2 large French pier glasses, do. oral, with slab and brackets ; French clocks, large sua small oil paintings, lace curtains. French window shades, rosewood centre and side tables, statuary, marble lop ; silver (dated ware, orna ments. cutlery, with a large lot at common crockery. 1'eraons in want of tine furniture In good order should attend this sale, as It will positively be sold, l'ersona in attendance to box gotids. Sofas, sofa bedsteads, couches, with a large lot of fur uUtire too numerous to meulton. The house to let, contains 111 rooms, near llroadway. Inquire on the premises. Mil. BUTLER, AUCTIONEBR?PUBLIC ADMIMIS s trator'a sale?On Tuesday, Jnnr 34. at lOf-i o'clock, at 83c Pearl street, second Uoor the effects of H. Jarrass.tieorge (luvael. and other intestates, consisting of fiwniture.male and foanale clothing, silver wars, revolvers, trunks, chests, gold sud silver watches, chains, iswelry. Ac ; also, two shares of the Wechuwkrn Laud and ferry Association. situated near Ho'?o keu. New Jesey, helongiiu to the estate ol Frederick K. Arne aaed. PETER It. SWKEN T. een, deceased Public Administrator PJ. KELLY, AUCTIONEER. WILL COMMENCE SELL ? iug this dav, si 10 o clock, the entire stock of dry goods n store 51 Catharine street. In lots to suit purchasers, without eserve, as the w bole must be sold before July A POr-TPONKD SAI.K OF WOOLLEN MACHINERY.?THE sale advertised Im lake place on the 25th day of Juue, A. 1>. lsati. of the machiuery iu John Winpenny's mill at Mans v uuk, is poetponed for the present. PAWNBROKER'S SALE?A. M. CRIST ALAR. ABC tioueer, 23 llowery. will sell this day, at 10'g o'clock, an saorlment of mun's and s iarni wearing apparel, consisting f dresses, capes, nnmtiUh*. shawls, costs, punts and vests, veralls. Ac., Ac., all seasonable goods, together with a lot of ousebnld furniture, tables, chairs, bureaus, bedsteads. Brus sels and Ingrain carpeting, looking glasses, Ac., Ac.; also kit chen utensils. RECEIVER'S SALE ? Superior Court.?William Stephens A William B. Ste phens age Austin Hall, John Dempsey and Asa llall. The undersigned receiver in this action will sell at publia auotton. on Monday, the 23d Instant, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the store of Thomas Veiich, No. 16 Spruce street. New V5>rk, a large stock of hats, caps, umbrellas, canes, hatrnakers' mate rials, tools, Ac. The sale will be peremptory, and for cash. JAMES 8. SLUYTKR, Receiver Ac. Kbw Y-obk, June 17, lbM. Sheriff s sale?this day of a plumber's stock, at 10 A. M.. at H'JS Eighth avenue?All the interest which Daniel L. Sliuonson has In and to the stock and contents of the store, or any other part of said premises. JOHN WILSON, Deputy Sheriff. T1IOS. VKITCH, AUCTIONEER STORK If SPRUCE street. Receiver s sale of hats, caps, cane*. umbrellas, bat material, tools, straw hats. Ac. Ou Monday. June 23. 1456) at 10 A. M.. at thu salesroom No. 16 Spruce street, consisting of black, while and felt hats; wide awakes, pearl, Nebraska, ladles' fur bats, cloth, linen and glazed caps, velvet ca|*j, boys' capa. riding hats fur ladies, caues. silk umbrellas. Pana ma, Tuscan and slraw huts, of every variety; counters, glass cases, and all being of the very best Quality. J AMES S. SLUYTKR, Receiver. Thomas veitch, auctioneer?store no. is Spruce street.?Sheriff's sale of the contents of a lager bier saloon, Ac., on Monday, June 23, ls5o. at 10 A.M., at No. 535 Broadway, In llie basement, consisting of liquors, w inoa. .-t gars. decanters, chairs, tallies, gas ltxtures Ac.. Ac. II. CBOMHIE, Deputy Sheriff. WILLIAM IRVTNO, AUCTIONEER -WILLIAM IR II ving A Co. will sell at auction, on Wednesday, June 25, nt lOJi o'clock, at 10 University place, corner of Ninth street, hands.'me household furniture, the property of a gentleman about lenring for Europe; all mode to orJer, by lfaudoine A Klleau, consisting in part of parlor furniture?Superb French plate pier glasses, eleg ant anile carved rosewood parlor furni ture. coveredin crimson brooded; elegant crimson satin and lace w indow curtains to match; suite carved rosewood parlor fiirnuurp. Covered with blue and white brocade; window cur tains to matoh; Wilton velvet carpels; superb curved rosewood centre tables carved rosewood pianoforte, made by Stol dard; rosewood quartette tables, elegant Chinese vases, man tel nnd etegere ornaments of bronze, china.ormolu and Parian; a superb parlor organ. playaSBtunes, wlthflu'es. bells, ilrums, and triangles. Also, a small and choice collection of original ancient and modern oil paintings, tine line engravings. Din ing room?Carved oak en suite, rich oak sideboard and buffet, arm chairs, in reps; extension dining table, extra wide and long: china dinner and tea seta; cut glass ware, champagne goblets. wines, decanters, cutlery, A<- Bedroom furniture Carved mahogany French bedsteads, marble top dressing bureaus and washsiands; elegant carved mahogany ?m >ur a glace; black walntd cottage bedsteads and bureaus; china gilt toilet sets; heavy curled hair mattresses, feather bolsters and pillows, bedding: curved mahogany sofas, chairs, and arm chairs, in rc|>s and hair cloth; bookcases, Ac. Also, u large and complete assortment of kitchen furniture, in good order. TETTLLIAM DUMONT, AUCTIONEER. CONDEMNED If stores, by order of the navy agent.?Wm. DUMONT will sell at unction, on Thursday, June 2I>, at 12 o'clock, at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn, 1.925 bln<- cloth pea reeling and round jackets and trousers; 2,270 blue flame] over and under shirts and drawers. Also, stockings, dungaree, shoes, blank ets. beef, flour, rice, breail, tea, coffe e, beans, butter, Ac.. Ac.; carpenter's tools. Also, lanterns, frumpdts, leads, old flags. Ac., 16 boats, canvas slipping* and junk, Ac., Ac. Terms, cash before delivery; goods to he removed immediately after the sale. WATCHES AND JEWELRY ?PAWNBROKER'S SALE. T? ?A. M. CKISTALAR. Auctioneer, 23 Bowery, will sell SBTaaaday. MA iiist.. at ]?>'a o'clock, a large assortment of watches and jewelry, consisting of tine gold pins, rings, ear rings. necklaces, bracelets, guard and fob chains, watch keys, spectacles, lockets, gold and silver hunting levers, lepines, anchor and verge watches, musical an l mathematical Instru ments. tools. gtuis and pistols, Ac., Ac , by order of J. A. A A. J. JACKSON, 5f Readu street. NEWSPAPERS, AC. The American weekly press? The beat and cheapest newspaper la the country, la issued erery Friday morn inf. At the low pries of 91 a year, and furnished to agents at 91 SO per hundred. It ooutaina? Editorials cm mat ten of general Internet. All city nowa of importance. All delngs In the religious world. Reviews of all the theatres. Matter* of inter eat to politicians. And a large amount of general reading, Interesting to all claaaiM iff the community. Independent in oolitiae. it is attached to no party or faouon. bit is dgvoted to whatever ia calculated u> ad wince the general good of the whole country, and to increase the glory and pros perity of the Union. Aa a medium for advertiser*. the AMERICAN WEEKLY PRESS is surpassed by no paper published, and persona desi rous of making known their business throughout the country will do well to avail themselves of its columns. Advertise ments will be Inserted for fifty cents a line. Terms cash, e All orders must be addressed to the office of the AMERICAN WEHKLY PRESS, northwest comer of Fulton and Nassau ?reets. New York. The paper Is for sale at the office, and by e news agents. A BUCHANAN PENNY PAPER?THE DAY BOOK, whlrh ia the reeogulred organ of the united democracy, and ha* a larger weeklv circulation than any other democratic paper in the Union, will be served until after the election every afternoon, to subscriber* in this elty and Brooklyn, at 6 cents a week. Orders for it may be left at 17 Ann street. vrrrvvspAPER publishers are notified that X* the Herald job office is now prepared to print Iheir an nounce sbeeis in the most attractive style and at cheap rates. the tu rf. C1ENTUKVTLI.E COURSE, L. I.?TROTTING.?MON 1 day. June 23. al 4 o'clock, mutcli il.uun, mile heats, best three iii five, h, harneot. James Whelpley names g. g. Cupt. Peters; Hiram Woodrutf names g. m. Lady Rogers. Tuls match is pis v or pay, and to come off. rain or shine. JOEL CONK LIN. Proprietor. CFNTREVTLLE COURSE. L. I?TROTTING?ON Tuesday, June 34, at 3 o'clock, match 91JJ00, mile heats, best three in five.?Junius Me Maun name* b. rn Flora Tmnple, In harness; D. Pitler names b. g Chicago Jack, under the sad die. JOEL OONKLIN, Proprietor. (1 ENTREVTI.I.E COURSE, L. I.?TROTTING.?WF.DNES J day, June 2& at 3o'cluck P. M., match 91.0U0, tmie heats, best three in live, in harness. Iiunlel Plifer names ro. m. Lady RUey ; Isaac Woodruff n mies bl. m Beeswing. To come crtf w ilhiout regard to Weather. JOEL CON KLIN. Proprietor. rrNION f'Oi'RSK. L. I?RUNNING ?ON" MONDAY, June ?i. at 3 o'clock P. M . a match lor a $l.Oun. a single dnsh of lis ? miles. ( liood names ch. m Atlanta. W. J. Stiuw names ch rn Unknown sHAW A WHITE. Proprietors. TNION t'OURSK.L. I ?TROTTING ?ON WKDNKAD \Y V June 26. at lib, o'clock P. M. a pin-so and stake ut 4U0, two mile? and repeat to wagons 11 woodruff namo b g Honest John: Win. Wbelau names b m tola SHAW A WHITE. Proprietors. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. Al 9HH ?A MCBINKSS MAN wrni THIS AMol'NT nmj hear of aa opportunity to engage in a litera tim i.ran'h oi ilie iron business in Baltimore which will yield from ffiftg to 96.WJU per annum prout. Address Iron, box 140 Herald office (IjO AHA Til M una WANTED IN A BUSINESS THAT pays a large proni Security wtl be given fig" the money. Nona need apply unless they have lltu ready mo ney. Address It. L. JOE1st, Hei sld ollioe. ftOft ?iMRTNMt WAKTKD.-GCOH AN OPPOR ?Jp 1 ?" "" l"? tnnity seldom offers The business is highly reaper sble arsl pays from ft <??? loffd.Osi which will be shown. None but an active man wUI suit. Apply to C. B. HOWES A CO., S4 Nassau street. ?PARTNER WANTED, IN" A BRANCH OF the lumber business, established fur the last teii years, doing a large business. and clearing l'ruui (6,UUUto $e.uii0 a year Bust reference* given and required. C B HOWKff A CO., N Nassau street dj?l AAA ?ffPMIAL PARTNER WANTED, AN AC ?Pl.v'v/ty. live buslne? msn, in an establish'*! and pro fitable business. A suitable party will meet with n rare chanee. Apply to C. B. HOWES A CO., >M Nassau street. ?1 HAVE fast t'VSH, AND W \NT A MAN ?JitJUU. Irsnieitlstejy, with tli" same amount, to join me In purehssing a light and genteel cash business, sit noted in Broadway. rent fser It will pay two meu 93.UUU each a year, fall in the store. W* liroadway. A BUSINESS MAN. THIRTY FIVE YEARS OF AGE. flf energy sad experience, of pleas int address, gissl salesman. Inis trsvelleil. and is well aciinatnted in New tins' land aad with human nalure would like to ronnert himself with some house or manufseturing establishment of respecta bility, where his services vmuld be appreciated. Would h tve no objection to travelling Gordon of the time. Caa give the meet unevreptlonable reference aa to eh 'racier. honesty, Aa. Address for two days, New Knglander ilcr.iM office. lkJOTHE.?'THE 4'<)PARTNERf?HIP HERETOFORE KX ll leting beiweon tlie subscribers, under the Arm of O. s. Csswell ,v ?'o., is by mu'ual consent dissolved, Mr. Atvtro Vincent retiring. C. a Caswell and Alex. Lowry WtU COU Unue the btiainess aa heretofore, under the same nuns. V. S. CASWELL. ALEX. LOWRY Nr.w Yon*. May 1. 1M?. ANDRE VINCENT. THE ADVERTISER HAVING A PROFITABLE MiXl' faenirlng business )n full operation In Ih's rHy. where there la over 916.1189 Invested, WWies a partner to join him, who will ?ake an interest of from 99,'IUO It 97,1*11. A person who would lake charge of the preferred. Reference given arul repaired. Address, I'. Jamas, at Mr. Buckley's, 1SI Broadway. WANTED?A PARTNER. TO JOIN TIIH ADVERTISER In a manufacturing business uptown. established thir tedn years, having a large number of eastimter* A person liaviio lriiin tl.isg) to 91. AS) will tin 1 it a,or. I o| ofduuity to Ui l?W API-4! W Jill W. nMtJih *} tfSATVt DRY GOODS, AO. in nnn VARDS fioured hwiss mfslin, for JI I.UuU banquet and summer drunset, entirely new patterns. Swiss sua csmbric bsmls and flouncing*, embrui dervd chemisettes in colors, new style. PETER ROllKRtS A CO., 375 Broadway. A I J. OUR RICH HARKGK ROBF.H, THAT WKRK SOLD si (12, (14 and (16. sre now offered St (6, $; snd (6, in order to effectually clear off this stock. It) ordrr ot Assignees. 70S Broadway. A LI. OUR RICH SILKS, THAT HATK BEEN SOLD AT J\ s*. and lis., will be sold st 7Sc. per yard, in order to re dure tills stock as much as possible. Beautiful China silks Is. per yard, worth 6s. Yard wide silks, in rich qualities and colors, will be offered at loe. 6d.. for this week only, at the Assignees' sale. 708 Broadway. ATTENTION ? LADIES WHO ARK STRANGERS in the city are respectfully requested to call and examine our stock of 1'aris embroideries, point d'Aqnillo, Honiton, Va lenciennes. noint d'Applique sets, capes, collars, coiffures and laces. Black thread laro mantillas, shawls, capes, collars, ootilures and lares. Figured nets for mantillas. Figured muslins, bands, Ac., Au. PETER UOBKRTS A CO., 37? Broadway. Bankruptcy and insolvency.-thb great con iinued sale, for twenty-one days, of (46,000 worth of alisw Is. dress gissls, mantillas, embroideries, prints, ami gene ral our spacious premises 01 Bowery. aUr icts hundreds of customers dally. Tha entire stock must be closed In twenty-one days from the 19th mat. Hpleudid bargains now selling. No. 94. I anil as. call early. Opposite Anderson's csrpet store, Bowery. Commercial I?ry Goods Emporium. Beautiful French muslins, is rich color*. that have been Mild at 2m. and & 6d., Are now offered at la. and la. 3d. per yard. Brilliaata, lawns, Muslins, Breakfast dresses, Ac.. At an immense sacrifice. In order to clear this stock effvciu ally. Assignees' sale, 7u3 Broadway. Black lack shawls, mantillas, canes, collars nnd coiffures. Veils from (4 Laces all widths. Guipure lares, a full assortment. PKTKK ROBERTS A CO., 378 Broadway. BRUXF.LLKS POINT, POINT D'AQUILLK, POINT d'Applique, Iloniton and Valenciennes seta, collars, capes, mantilla* and laees at reduced prices. l'F.TKK ROBERTS A CO.. 37? Broadway. LACK FILLET SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS, Plain and embroidered. Received by the Arabia. A. T. STEWART A OO., Broadway, Chambers and Kea-le atreets. rtORSKTS, CORSETS, CORSETS AND SKIRTS. OF Aid. kinds. The assortment and lowest prices in the city, at Mrs. G AYNOK'S, 45 Third avenue, near Tenth street, and 262 Sixth avenue, near Seventeenth street. CLARK'S SPOOL COTTON.? For its strength, smoothness and elasticity, obtained a prize medal at the great Paris exposition of 1H56. All numbers and assortments received regularly, and for sale by OKOKUK A. CLARK, 32 Uey street. CLARK'S SPOOL COTTON. CI HEAP LINEN GOODS. ' All our linen department has been still further reduced, in order to effectually clear this stock. Fine fronting* 2s. per yard, worth 3s. fid. Marseilles and tnllet quilts at au iimiii'uie sacrifice, this being the last week Of sale. By order of Assignees. 703 Broadway. B CI HEAP BAREGE ROBES? J I .a.lies will tind tremendous bargains tnblackand colored barege robes. Beautful styles, in riclr qualities, .... $1 SO. worth $7 50. Assignees' sale. 7U3 Broadway. CIHALY'S AND MOUSELINK DE L.VINES, J Summer style*. At Is. per yard. A. T. STEWART A CO., Broadway, Chambers and Keade streets. C1I.OSING SALES OK DRY GOODS?REMOVING TO > 7113 Broadway.?As the time is limited fer selling off the immense stovk 01 dry goods contained in this store, ladies would study their ow n interest bv calling early in order to secure the greatest bargains ever offered, as the whole must be sold w ithout regard to cost. C. G. HOOK, ifoO Bowery, opposite Fifth street. EMBMBIDERED BASQUES, IN ALL STYLES, OF LACE and muslin, Marseilles, Ac, just received; also black thread luces, capes, cotlieures, all at very low prices. Our stock of Crape nnd mourning goods, capes hcadresses, very superior a.- usual; a lot of embroideries, thread goods, a little soiled, set apart, at half price. Will remove shortly to 5?7 Broadway, opposite Niblo's. RICHMOND'S, 309 Broadw ay. French organdie muslins. From auction. At Is. 6d. per yard, usual price 40 rents. A. T. STEWART A CO., Broadway, Chambers and Keade streets. E LKGANT china silk roues Selling at $33. Former price. 27 dollars. By BKEKMAN k COMPANY. 473 Broadway. French embroidered sets.?lace sets, in great variety, consisting of Valenciennes, pointd'appUque, Iloniton, Mechlin, medallion, regency, Ac., Ac. Breakfast and travelling seta, all at unusually low prices. GENIN'8 Bazaar, 513 Rroadway, St. Nicholas Hotel. Fashions?the crystal palace first prize , silver medal emporium of fashions? Madame DEMO Kh>T,_b75 Broadway, inlorms the public that her branch store, 79Vj Canal street, opposite Oreone, contains the most elegant and artistic designs of patterns ever offered, uuder tlio superintendence of Madame Uoodall. Great sale of linen goods ?$15,000 worth of damask table linens, shirting and sheeting do., hucaback and oilier towelings. Ac.. Ac. A good rliaucn for housekeep ers to supply themselves at half the usual price, aa the atock must be cleared out immediately, previous to removing to 703 Broadway. C. O. HOOK, 380 Bowery. reat reduction in dry goods. In order to clear out the entire stock of spring and sum mer goods, the follow ing articles have been reduced 3S>? per cent from regular prioes :? Mantillas, Fancy silks. Silk t ubes, llarego robee. Jaconet robes. Printed bareges, " jaconets. Barege delaines, Printed ahalleys. 5 cases China silk, at So cents per yard. Attention is particularly invited to this stock before pur chases are made elsewhere. Goods will be freely shown, Ac , 4c. Ae. O. B. WILLIAMS, 347 Broadway, (Late Leadbeater'i.) Great reduction in prices _ or embroideries. To clear out the entire stock. _ . . Great bargains in handkerchiefs. Having marked down our stock of rich embroideries to a very low figure, we are enabled to offer very great Induce ments to purchaser*. BKEKMAN k COMPANY, 473 Broadway. IMMENSE REDUCTION In price of summer silks. Silks selling for 4, 6, and 6 shillings per yard, W orth nearly double the price. By BEEKMAN k COMPANY, 473 Broadway, JOHN MADDEN, AGENT, 587 BROADWAY. CORNER of Prince street?From auction. 300 ladles' basques, jacket* and sacks, from $125 to $3 50 each. 250 children's ba?)ues. jackets, sacks and aprons, from $1 to $175 each. Lack points and square shawls, . , Also lace mantilla*, In great variety, And at the lowest price*. By BEEKMAN A COMPANY, 473 Broadway. LK BOUTILLIER BROTHERS, WISHING TO CLEAR out their spring and summer goods, have greatly reduced the price* <4 lawns, bareges, challl bareges, ribbons, Ac., and an inspection will satisfy every one of the prions being uuu anally low. CO t'anul street, and 4, Howard street. MANTBAUX DE VOYAGE, OR TRAVELLING CLOAK. ?A full assortment will be opened on Mouday. June 23. by GEORGE A. IIKARN, 426 Broadway. VTANTILLAS, MANTILLAS. Sr the past week Notw ithstanding our extensive sales u. . , , Our stoA of rich and elegant Mantillas remains unimpaired. ?._ , . . We arc selling a beautiful Shaw 1 shaped mantilla ? , ? .. , for ten dollars, That cannot be purchased .. , .. ... In any other establishment For less than $13. BEEKMAN A COMPANY, 473 Broadway. PRINTED ORGANDIES, JACONETS AND LAWN'S . Reduced HO nsd SO pur cent. in price. Also Jaconet and Organdie robes, A nd Summer good* of every deerrlntlan, by BKEKMAN A COMPANY! 473 Broadway. RICH GRENADINE ROBES? Both colored and black, uemuiful styles, aud selling . . Very cheap. By BEEKMAN A t'O., 473 Broad way. 1 IIE RICHEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF GENUINE X black thread, Chanlllly and Guipure lacci ever Imported, (Received by the Arabia.) comprising Point and Carre shawls, (With and without flounces,) Mantillas, fanrhons, barhi? flounaas. And edgings, all wldtlis, Ae., Ac., Ac. A. T. STEWART A CO.. Broadwsy, Chambers and Itcade si recta. The latest Paris style organdie robes (Received by the Arabia.) Will be opened on Monday, June 23. A T STEWART A CO . Broadway. Chambeg* and Keade street*. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF MANTILLAS, COMPRISING French embroidered application, Ac., Ac , iu all colors will be cleared out under ro*t of Importation GENIN'S Bazaar, 513 Broadway, St. Nioholaa Hotel. THE MILITARY. INDEPENDENCE GUARD?THE MEMBERS t?F THIS corps w ill a.-setnble at,the armory on Mouday evening, 23d Inst., lor special business, lly order. JAMES A. HOTLE.

HWABM. fft-l/A HKWARD?LftST. ON FRIDAY NIGHT THE ?PX" 2WK- last., from 52nd slreeb west of JPh avenue, a large Newfoundland dog; forefeet anil end of tall white breast white: answers to the name of Cap. Apply to Michael ? ...ishan, Mod street, 176 feet west <?f llth avenue, or to Wm. 1 bempson, Msrine Court. d;" REWARD?LOST. ON THE 2HTH INST., FROM qpsj Co-New York n<ael stables, an sll tan terrier, alsuit nltxi months old. The above reward will lie given to any one reluming the same al 20 East Twenty second sir,? ?(. ? HEGARH. UHOARS.?TABU PURCHASERS CAN SECURE BAR O gams froni a stock of one million <>per,is Is, and up wants . Normsa, $3 M do. C.mb a Iwtnce.l ivp . i t. y srs of Havana,German or ?!'uKsitC inauutaaufg, O CUth'hS, ij Vivi4h?ji Yuk, SPECIAL NOTICES. Ca RAND MARBHAL'8 HEADQUARTERS, 237 TENTH i 1 street. New Jfork, June 21, 1886.?In pursuance of mr i hi poinlment, by the Joint Committer of Uie Common Council I as Grand Marshal for the reception of our dietingulahed fellrfwf j c tizen, Millard Fillmore, upon hie return from Europe, I hereby request all clubs, eocteties and committee* desirous of taking part in said reception, to report that fact, together with the names of their oScers, at the omoe of the undersigned. No. 16 Nassau street, corner of Fine, on Monday. 23d Inst., from 10 o'clock, A.M., until 5 o'clock, P. M., and after that hour until 10 o'clock, P. M., at 2Z7 Tenth street, between First and Second arenuee. All citizens are respecfolly invited to take part in the recep tion. Duo notice of the Ume and order of the procession will be fnnRer published. The aids and marshals selected by the Grand Marshal to as alst him In carrying out the arrangements will meet him at roOm No. 12 City Hall, on Monday, 23d inst., at 4 o'clock, P. M. JOB ft LLOYD, Oraad Marshal. Fremont ci.ub, of thh first ward, mix meet at 84 Greenwich street. U> register their nsmas aud organ i/e. to enable the CTub to transact business, and to m ike a strong demonstration for the coming election of Fremont and Dayton. PETER KBKB8. LAKARUK HOUSE, BROADWAY. NEW YORK.-THIS new and beautiful first class hotel is uow open for the re eeptiod 14 guests. The I oration is in the most pleasant part of Broadway, opposite Bond street, and in the immediate viotnlty of the most fashionable places of amusement. The rooms are large and airy, and so arranged that they may be connected In suits for families, or used separately for single persons. The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited 8TONE A BURROUGHS, Proprietors. MAYOR'S OFFICE, NKW YORK, JCNB 16, 1856.-No tice to owners of dogs.?Notloe U hereby given that on aud after Wednesday, June 28, inst., the ordinance respecting dogs found running loos* or at large la any street south or Forty second street, without being properly inuuled, will be strictly enforced. The sum of fifty cents wsl be paid for every dog brought alive to the pound, on the corner of First avenue ana Thirty-flrst street, whtsh shall hare been found la the streets, running loose or at large, without being properly muz zled, on presentation of the oertitieate of the Pound Keeper to Ihe Chief of Police, at his ollice. In the Park. Owners or dogs may reclaim them at the Pound, between sunrise and sunset on the day on which they were received, on payment of ex peases. FERNANDO WOOD, Mayor_ Notice ?a meeting of the stockholders of the New York and New Roehelle Railroad Company will be held at the Metropolitan Hotel, on Tuesday, the lirst day of Jnly next, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors, and transacting suoh other bualneas as shall be deemed for the Interest of the company. WARREN LELAND, Secretary. Nxw Tork, June 14.1856. Proposals will be received until satur duy, June 28, 1856, at 111 o'clock, A. M., for the dredging out of Flushing bay, for a steamboat channel, from Flushing to t ollege Point, as per surveys and maps made by George William Smith, City Surveyor. The survey and map may lie seen al Poppenhusen A Kouig's, 44 Clitf street, at which place said proposals will be received in writing. EFFINGHAM W. LAWRENCE, ) WILLIAM H. FAIKWKAT11ER, > Committee. ISAAC PECK, JR., J Telegraph notice.?a special meeting of the stockholder* of the Magnetic Telegraph Company it called, agreeably to the requirements of the charter, to lie held at the otlire of the company, ill the c/iy ol Philadelphia, ou Tuesday afternoon, the 1st of July, at 4 o'clock, to consider and decide some questions of importance, nlieu and where it is hoped all the stock will lie represented, In person or by proxy. By order of the President. JOS. SAILER, Secretary. THE FII.LMORK RECEPTION.?THH G. C SECTIONS of the American Legion will carry the small defence, on this occasion. Banner L. mingling promiseitously. W. 8. T1SDALK, G. C. TAX COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, NEW CITY HALL, 32 Chambers s'reet.?Notice to tax payers. The assessment rolls of the several wards nf the city of New York having beeu returned by ;he Assessors to this office, we hereby give notice to all interested tax payers that the same will be opened for examination nnd review from Tuesday, Che 2dtb day of May, until Wednesday, the 25th day of Ju. ?, inclusive. All those Interested, who are desirous of examining or correcting the same, are requested to make application to the uudecstgned. between the huurs of il o'clock A. M. nnd 4 o'clock P. M., at their office J. W. ALLEN, ) W. J. PECK, >Tax Commiss'rs. A. J. WILLIAMSON,) New York, May 21,1856. FIX AN CI AX. $999 Knn T0 loan On Jbwei.rt, Dlamo.vm, Ao., On Mkhchanpise. Segak.s, Ac. PaWHBHOKKIIS' TICKETS BOUGHT. JAMKS U. MACDUFF, 396 Broadway. <5:7 ^^ fififk T0 loan?on diamondb, watches ?3*l *JrJ and jewelry, or bought for cash, by JOS. K. ISAAC, 11 Chambers street, basement office. Business prompt?nd confidential, from 9 till 5. N. 11.?No business transacted on Saturdays. d.7/rn nnn CASH always on hand to make tj)| OU.UUU advances. Diamond*, watches, jewelry, silk*, pianos, carriages, Ac., bought and sold at the Howard loan and estate agency office, 41 Howard street. QUO. RAPHAEL, Manager. <fc?nn nnn -MONEY TO LOAN ON WATCHES. ?J>UUU.UUu. diamonds, jewelry, segars, dry goods and all kinds of personal property; or bought and sold for cash. Note*, bonds, mortgages, stocks. Ac., negotiated. No. 1U2 Nas sau street, corner of Ann, aecoud Hoor, rooms No. 2 and 2%. THOMPSON A CO., brokers and commission merchants. nnn T0 LOAN ON DIAMONDS, PLATS iptlOiJ.vUU and personal property of all kin<ls, or bought for cash; bonds and mortgages negotiated, at 486 Broadway, corner of Broome street, or 439 Broome street, room No. 8. a?-| 7n nnn TO loan on diamonds, watch OJ I v/.V/v/V/ es. jevrelry, segar*. dry good*, and any kind of personal property, or bought for rash. Office hour's from U till 6 o'clock, nt 36 John street, corner of Nassau, room No. 3, second lloor, by J. F. NOItBL'RY. 4:1 nn nnn T? loan? b. b. db barb advan ?PA 1/U.UUU ces moneo to merchants, auctioneers, me chanics and business persons, on all kinds of property, on reasonable terms, or bought for cash, at hia premises, 86>? Bowery. N. B.?Business prompt and confidential. (fcQ nnn TO loan on bond and mortgage tJpO.VUU on first class city property. W J. BRUN DItKD A CO., IS Nassau street, Commonwealth Building. (fcOftn TO M0? WANTED?ON BOND AND MORT tjPOUU gagSjSt seven per eent, with one-third profits, in s business worth 93,(100 to $6,000 a year. No personal services or risk in losses required. Address M. R. L., Hersld office, giving name and place of interview. No Paul Pry or agent noticed. Any amount of money to loan on diamonds, plate, watches, jrwefry, and all valuable personal secu rities and merchandize, or bought for cash. R WOOD, 69 Fulton street, second floor, front room, 8 A. M. to S P. M. CASH LIBERALLY ADVANCED ON WATCHES, JEW elry, firearms, horses, wagons, harness, dry gooda hardware, liquors, groceries, furniture, surgical musical and nautical instruments, and all kluda of personal property; or baught for cash, by McCAFFRAY A WAITERS, Ss Catharine street Emigrant industrial savings bank.-nkw York, June 20, 1866.?Dividend Notice.?Depositors arc hereby notified that a semi-annual dividend, at the rate of six per cent per annum on all sums of $300 and under, and five per cent per annum on all sums of over $600. which shall have been deposited at least three mouths on the 1st day of July neM, will be paid to depositors on and after Mondav, July 21. Interest not called for will bo carried to the credit of depositors a* principal. The bank la open for business dally from 10,A.M., to 2 P.M., and from 5 to 7 P.M., ut Nn. 61 Chambers street east of Broadway. JOSEPH STUART, President. John Massimo. Comptroller. Horses, horses.?cash liberally adyancbd on horses, wagons, harness, left to be sold at auction or private sale. Also wanted to buy, for cash, one fast pony built horse or msre. McCAFFRAY A WALTERS, 26 Catherine street. Money to loan?on diamonds, watches, jew elsy, pianos, dry goods, segar*. horses, carriages, sleighs, harness and every description of valuable property; bought for cash; stocks, bonds, notes, mortgages. Ac., ne tfcted. Watches and jewelry for sale. K. THAYER, 334, -oadway, rooms 1 and 2, second story. or bought for cash; stocks, bonds, notes, gotbtte Broad Notice is iirreby oiven that an instalment of two tnds half per eent will be paid on account of Inte rest on the stool of the State of Illinois, on and after Monday, the 7th day of July next, at the agency of the State in the city of New York. Tne Instalment will be stamped upon the oou pon of July, 1866, from I. and M. canal bonds. JOHN MOORE, Treasurer of Illinois. PAYMENT OF COUPONS.?THE JULY COUPONS OF the bonds of Iowa county. Wisconsin, issued to the Mineral Point Railroad Company, wl'll he paid on the 1st proximo, at lite Ocean Bank, of the city of New York. Also, the coupons of (be first and second mortgage bonds of the Mineral Point Railroad Company will be paid at the same time and place. LOST AND FOUND. C10W LOST?$25 REWARD ?STRAYED, ON THE KIK I let-nth instant, from the residence of K. 11. Little. Atlantic street. Stamford. Connecticut, a Durham cow. mottled, red and w bite; has short horns, one has been broken and grown again, tiie other is crumpled, the right ear cllppped in two places. Any person returning tier, or giving information at 4V Mer chants' Exchange as to her whereabouts will racelve the above reward. CTACTION TO PAWNBROKERS ?LOUT OR STOLEN, ) oil SumlKy nfternoont June 22, on board the 3o'eloek final between New Yoffit and Vunderbilt's landing. Stnlen Island, a sheer watch anil gold curb chain, with an alligator's head (one o! the eyes gone) mid a snake's head In his mouth for a hook. Any one finding the above, and stopping It, will bo rewurded by bringing It to C. B. Hull, 345 Broadway. % Diamond pin lost?pawnbrokers, please no tire.?Lost, Saturday night, between Clinton plaao, Broadway, Canal and Wooetcr streets. It Is set In a cluster of seven diamonds, with guard chain and small diamond pin at Inched. A liberal reward will be given by reluming the same to No. 4 Hanover street, baarment office. Lost?on Friday, junk w, two notes, as fol lows;?John J. Wheeler, April It), at twelve mouths, for 91.out; John F. Ryeraon, Gilbert Drew, Gilbert Drew 3d, six tmdilhs from April 1, for 9SIIU. Payment has been stopped, ami all persons are cautioned against negotiating them. The tinder w ill confega favor by returning then>, through the Post office, to D. C, F., 74 Warren street. LfiHT?ON THE IIST INST, A BANK BOOK, BELONfl l?g to Hannah llanlen. Any person finding It, will please (eavc it nt No. 161 Sullivan street Lost.?on the evening ok the 2oth, between the hours of nine and ten, nn.thc West side of Broadway, between Worth and Kranklhi s'reet*. an lady's oval breast pin, colli a filing hair of deceased relatives. The tinder will be nulubly rewarded, by returning it to,or addressing J. Berrlan, Jr., ZU Broadway. LOST?ON SATURDAY, $14 in dili.n, in going lrom Tenth street toCorllandt, by s poor woman. The tinder w 111 please return It at 41 Tenth street, where a sulutfilo i (-ward will be given STRAYED?FK<?M AN OPEN LOT CORNER OK SlT cond avenue and Thirty second street, a ehesnut sorrel horse, with gig harness on, with the letter "T" on the blinder, t n Saturday afternoon, June 21. The tlmler w ill be liberally rewarded by giving Information where be may be had to Dr. I hrockmortoii, 227 East Broadway. STOLEN?KROM THE HU1)S<'RIIIMK. AT JERSEY (Bty, on Thursday, (he 19th of June In-tt . a certificate of deposit fitsued by (he Butchers' and Drovers' Bank, for 96..VIII, n favor of J llollltigawnrth All persons are notified not to receive or negotiate satd certificate. as the payment ol the saw I I-trl-een Stopped. Nr.a for.k, June 20. 1866. EXPRE8NE8. * fACTFTU EXPRESS COMPANY?EXPRESS FOR CALI fornia, Oregon and Sandwich Islsuds will fie despatched liy the steamship ORIZABA, on Tuesday, June 24. In charge Of special messenger Kretght t ?ken until I o'clock small patCCUlffid liiltcrs until 2*I o'clock on day of s oling, VYM.U, U-UsL, agei.f, QIBruatlw^i BOARDING AND LODGING. 22| BOWERY.-VERY PLRA8ANT AND HAND aomely furnished rooms to 1st, to single gentlemen la n private family, on reaaonabla term*. Reference required. ?1 K1 TKNTH 8TRKRT?ONE SHORT BLOCK FROM X?JX Broadway; a wall furnished and very pleasant parlor and bedroom, with large closets on second floor; also, two small rooms, for single gentlemen. House first class, with modern conveniences. Dinner at 6 o'clock. EAST BROADWAY? BOARDINO.-A LAR B nlahe their tlon pleasant. front parlor on second floor, with uantrles, neatly t r nlshed, and one on the Ihird floor, suitable for gentlemen and their wives, or a few single gentlemen of quiet habits. Loca KQ EAST TWENTY -8JXTH STREET.?ELEGANT UU rooms and parlors to let, in a strictly private and res pectable family, with full or partial board. If required. Loca tion unsurpassed with all the modern Improvements. English, French and Spanish spoken. CO BLEEOKER STREET?A GENTLEMAN AND U4U wife, or two gentlemen, can obtain a pleasant room, with full or partial board. References em-hanged. 30 JONES STREET, TWO DOORS FROM BLEEOKER. Ninth ward.?A suite of furnished rooms on sooond floor to let, with board; gas In the rsoins. Also, two furnished rooms, for single gentlemen, wlih full or partial board. Con veuienl to stages and cars. AFR1VATE FAMILY WILL LET TWO LARGE AND plraannt rooms, on the second floor, to four gentlemen, or a single room to two, and use every effort to make them pleasod. Apply at 578 Broome street, near Hudson. A PRIVATE FAMILY, WITHOUT CHILDREN, KRSID ing in an F.nglisb brown stone basement bouse, will let with board, a large well furnished Irout room on the first floor on second floor a parlor and bedroom, to gentlemen and their wlvea. Apply at 107 West Twelfth street. References ex obanged. AFFRNISHED ROOM TO LET?TO A SINGLE OEN th-man, in a first oloss house in Nineteenth street, near beeond avenue, l'rice $2 25 per week. Will give breakfast, if desired. Apply at 32 John street, up stairs, room No. 2. A FEW FAMILIES CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH board at the bouse of Wm. J. Dibble, In Stamford, Con necticut. l'h-nty of fruit, milk and vegetables on the promi ses. For particulars Inquire of U. 1L SMITH A CO., No. 316 Broadway. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE ARE DESIROUS OF obtaining a good furnished room, with partial board for himself, and full board for lady in s private family, west of Broadway and below 20th street. Address It. H., box 177 Ilerald (Slier, stating terms per month, and full particulars. References exchanged. A SMALL TRIVATE FAMILY WOULD ACCOMMO dute three or four single gentlemen with partial board. '1 he house Is in the Ninth ward, and has gas, bathroom, Ao. Kflorts made to render it a pleasant home, and far different limn so ordinary boarding house. Terms moderate. Ad dress H., box 3,682 Post oHice. A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMODATED with full or partial board. For further particulars call 4 Grand street. at 134 1 B OARD ?TO LET, WITH HOARD, A LARGE FRONT room on second floor, furnished or unfurnished, suitable a gentleman and wife, at 104 Prince street, within a mi es" walk of Broadway. Two or three gentlemen 1 uutoa . be accommodated. Gas and bath in the house. Board?pleasant rooms, in suits or sin gle, with hoard, may be obtained at 100 and 108 East Fourteenth street; the houses are desirably located and fur nished, with all the modern conveniences, Ac,, requisite for first class residences; Southerners and others visiting the city, transiently or permanently, may liud all lliu comtorts of a the e: " .... home without tee expense and annoyances of a large hotel. References exchanged. BOARD?NEWLY AND HANDSOMELY FURNISHED 100111", lroiitlug, oil the second ami third floors, to let, to static gentlemen, with or without partial board, strictly private; no other boarders. Address K. f., box ISO Herald tdiice. OARD.?A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANT ONE jJ or two furnished rooms, with or without board. 'I'!**" town. Uobukeu preferred. Address II. W. 8., Heraldotlicu B Board down town?two or three gentle lnen can be accommodated with lull or partial board, also, oue young lady, at 40 Kobinson street, uear College place. Board in hrooklyn.-a gentleman and his wife, or two single gentlemen, can be accommodated wiih pleasant rooms in a private laiutly, where there at a no other hoarder*. References given and required. Apply at 62 Dean street, between .Smith and Iloyt. Board in Brooklyn.?handsomely furnished rooms to let to single gentlemen, vvith or without hoard, on reasonable terms, ut Mr*. Mohr a, 26J W ashington street, near City Ilall, Brooklyn. Board in rrooklyn.?a gentleman and w ife, or two single gentlemen, can find desirable rooms 011 second Boor, wiih lull or partial board, at flit 'acltli; street, corner of Ileuty, South Brooklyn. Near South and Wall street ferries, ? BO\RD IN BROOKLYN.?a ROOM TO LET, WITH hoard, suitable for a gentleman and his wife, or twoi sin gle gentlemen. Apply at 61 Henry street, five minutes walk of Fulton or Wall street ferry. Board at hobokkn.?handsome rooms, with full or partial board, for ladies or gentlemen, within two in nutcs' walk of three ferries. Call at, or address, ?i Wa*h Ingtou terrace, Board wanted?for a lady and gentleman, near Broadway, above Eleventh street. Terms must be very moderate. Address Broadway, Madison square Post office. ????? Board wanted,?part of a well located house and furniture to be disposed ot, lor part cash and part board. Enough rooms already let to pay nearly oue hall the rent. Address Lease, box 112 Herald olhce. BOARDING-IN A PRITATE family, AT 95 Mnedou sal 8treot,(St. Clement'* plaee.) between Bleecker ana Houston; pleasant front room and bedroom, second ?u>ry. un* furnished. Terms mtxlerate. Bath, gas, Ac., on the floor. A mcrlcans preferred. BOARDING-PLEASANT ROOMS TO LET. WITH hoard. The house has all the modern improvements. ] a .cation desirable, being near three lines ot car*. Refer ences exchanged. Apply at 406Fourth street, or No. 1 Albion place. ? BOARDINO IN BROOKLYN.-A GENTLEMAN AND his wife, or two single gentlemen, can be acoommodaled with pleasant rooms on the second floor. In a flrsl class house convenient to Wall street and Soath ferries. Apply at *18 Henry street, between Congress and Amity streets. BOARDINO WANTED?FOR A LADY AND GENTLE man, above Eleventh street. Terms must bo quite mo derate. Addref?a, post pail, stating terms, Junius, Madison square l*oet office. _____?___?_ BOARDERS WANTED.?A NEW BOARDING HOUSE opened, with newly furnished rooms fo- -rntlemeu and their wives, or single gentlemen, wtth brcaaJaat and lea, or full laiard, at 38 West Twelfth street, between alxthand Se venth avenues. Reference required. BROOKLYN-TALI. AT THE BOARDING HOUSEEX change. 206 Fulton street, corner Pineapple, Brooklyn, w here you will lind the best located and most comfortable bouses registered. Information gratuitous. Boarding houses supplied with the most respectable boarders, tall and regis ter. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS.?A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, or two single gentlemen (friends) ran have a very pleasant square room, with good bourd. House quiet.and location de sirable. Terms moderate. Apply ut No. 9 loplar street, Brooklyn. ??? COUNTRY BOARD, AT THE PARK HOUSE, ORANGE New Jersey, one hour from New York, by Morris and K*?ex Railroad. IMeaannt rooms and good table, for famlue or single gentlemen. Terms moderate. or at 61 Maiden lane. GhO. N. 0?U01tNh. COUNTRY BOARD TAN BE HAD, WITH GOOD STAI Dunn's Hotel, llaekensack plank road. one1 rt the best and tlnest driving roads In Now Jersey, fl'4 miles from lloboken. Stages nine times a day from the hotel. Goo tlrtnen wishing a pleasaut drive and good board, with line, airy rooms, w ill find this one of the most convenient to the ei.y. i-IOUNTRY BOARD.?TWO GENTLEMEN AND A T. VDY, \J or a family. ran be accommodated with board in a pica want house In Havenawoofl. L.I. The room* are largo and airy, thu grounds handsomely laid out. with plenty of fruit, Ac ? good table. Communication with the oUy every hour In stages and steamboat. Terms reasonable, stable room if required. Address W. T.. Kaveaswood, !., L TiOUNTRY BOARD MAYBE OBTAINED WITHIN AN t hour's distance of New York, by railw ay nrqdvainffimt, oil Is>ng Island. The proprietor can be seen at the t haaham square Post oilier, on Tui'suay ticvt, trom 1 to .5 1 . M. COUNTRY BOARD CAN BE HAD IN A MtjflT IM4 llghtful and healthy situation, tine fishing and Milking, near t'lllfwood. New Jersey. For torms. Ac., please apply to A. PARA DICK, furniture store. 3M Boweny. up st.drs. JOSEPH MAOGA, Proprietor. COUNTRY BOARD?A FEW SELECT BOARDERS can be accommodated In a first class house, cool and shady, at Clinoti, Stateii lslaud, about seven minutes drive trom the ferry, and two minutes' walk from the sou beach. Apply to M. J. BKNDALL, Vanderbllt landing. f lOUNTKY BOAKD.-A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE AC rommodated at a private residence In Ion ium, three minutes' walk from the depot; for beauty and shade cannot be Hurpa*ped on the road. Knqulrc at buAtou Hotel, at tlio dopot. 1tOl'NTRY BOARD WANTED FOR THE SUMMER-BY I i a gentleman a lid wife, tan children and servant. The gentleman will remain in the city during the week. A farm house where there are other boarders, not more than three hours distant from the city preferred. Address, staling price Hiid full particulars. A. II. W. Herald olliec. Down town-furnished rooms, with ok without board, at reasonable prices; rooms airy ami suit able for families or single gentlrmon. Inquire at IT Beekman street. Also, a front basement to let. Ft 11NIRI1 ED ROOMH.-A LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, also a singlr risim. may be ohtaiued, with or without partial board, at 108 Grand at., llrat block west of Brnadwaw. Front parlobon first, and back parlor on second lloor, furnished or unfurnished, In 113 Leonard si reel; also In 116, spacious rooms, with pantries. Transient Mlaled. _ bimrd^r* rocoitiithhIi Gentlemen can be accommodated with hand aomely fttrnlahed rooms at 18 Liapennrd alreet. Refe rences exchanged. Hobokkn.-a private family having a large house delightfully situated, commanding a snlendld view of the hills, wish to let part, furnished, to a small respectable tamlly, or a few gentlemen, wtth or without board. Apply at 61 Garden street, corner of second. Three minutes' walkirom the ferries. Keep cool ? l,y going Into the country For full particulars of the most desirable places applv at the Hoarder s Exchange, J Appleton'a Building, 346 Broadway, igrotultn.u to hoard pf'pK**riV-) All wi?bing genteel boarder* should apply to O. II. HMITII A j'O. Murray hill board-a suit of rooms, fur. nlalied or unfurnished, to let, with board, hi a small arl x ate family, where there are no other hoarders, hi a On* class house, and none hut first class boarder, will lie ink-m The mod unexceptionable references given and required. Fat pal tlrulara apply at 89 East Thirty tilth atPoet PRIVATE ROARD-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR two slfigle gentlemen, can obtain a room, with pantries attnehod in h house with the modern Improvements, looatod at No. 3 Nlulli street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues TJRIVATE BOARDING.?SEVERAL VERY PLEASANT JT rooms with gas, hatha, closets. Ar , In suites or separate ly ran he had, wMh board, on moderate terms. In ? prtyate fa mil/, residing at W ruuiiU avcuuf. BOARDING AND LODGING. Rooms nkar st. john-8 park.?a pritate fa.. mliy, who have more room than required, will let (without board) a front parlor and bedroom on second story, comforta bly furniahed; bath and gas, with privilege of park- Refer ences exchanged. Apply at 19 Varlck street STATEN ISLAND.?BOARD MAT BE HAD POR TWO families, in a healthy and pleasant neighborhood; salt water bathing and {mating convenient. For particulars apply to Mr. J. Ackiaud, Tl Barclay street. __________ Transient and permanent boarders can bh accommodated with pleasant rooms and board, at the in wly opened tirst class house No. 7 West Washington plaoe. 1 Hthe, gss, Ac. Dinner at 6 o'clock. _____ WANTED?BOARD FOR A LADY AND THREE OHIL dren (aged from eight to fourteen); would require one large room, or a room and bedroom; the lady will furnish her apartments. If necessary, Please address Mrs. llenry, Herald office. fur two days, with terms, which must he moderate. WANTED?A FURNISHED BEDROOM, WITH BKKAE fast, by a gentleman, in a strict private family, where there are no other lodgers; with a widow lady preferred. Hood references and liberal pay will be given. Address P. Marlhman, Herald otllce. TICNANTS' REGISTER. AN ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOM TO LET, TO A single gentleman, or gentleman and lady, In a private family residing lu the 9th ward, near Bleccker street: board first class. Terms, $19 per month, or $30 for two. Address H. O. K., Broadway Post Office, for three days. Apart op a nice house to lst-in, street, bolow Grand. The entire second and third floor% the lower part being occupied by a very small genteel family. Yearly rent $200. a. W. RICHARDS. 3U7 Broadway. A GENTEEL FURNISHED HOUSE TO LF.T?AT NEW Brighton, Staten Island, with four acres of grounJ, de lightfully situated, on Franklin avenue. Rent $1,000. For particulars apply to O. 11. SMITH A CO., No. 2 Appleloa'S Building, 846 Broadway. A FURNISHED FIRST CLASS HOUSE TO LHT, IN East Twenty-first street, convenient to the Second sad Third avenue cars, three rooms deep, and everything in alee order for housekeeping. Yearly rent $900. II. W. RICHARDS. S07 Broadway. A FIRST CLASS HOUSE TO LET?DELIGHTFULLY situated, In the vicinity of Lamartine park, near Hlh avc line. The entire rent will bo taken in board by the owner Furniture, carpets, Ac., in amount about $600. may be pur chased very reasonable. It. W. RICHARDS, 307 It rood way. A FOUR STORY, ATTIO AND BASEMENT HOUSE TO let.?May be examined from II to 12; pleasantly situated, near St. John's park. No. 70 Varlck street. Also, the ntoro 166 Canal street, newly tilted up, with two show windows. Apply to B. W. RICHARDS, 30j Broadway. A N EXCELLENT CHANCE IN BROADWAY, POR J\ business, above Chambers street.?To let, Iwo front rooms on second and third floors, adapted for a tailoring establishment, milliner or dressmaker; the mirrors, counters, Ac., will be sold at a bargain. Apply to 11. W. RICHARDS, 307 Broadway. Furnished house to let?at harlem, ele gautiy situated on Second aMute, near 119th street. To gether with a large garden, [ffiHry of fruits, shrubbery, Ac. Immediate possession given ; cars pass (he door every few minutes. Apply to 8. U. KKNYON, Third avenue, corner F UBNI8HED HOUSE TO LET, OR FURNITURE FOR sule, on Lexington avenue, near Twenty-seventh street. House three story, with modern Improvements. Apply to CLEMENT FLINT, No. 3 Nassau street, second tloor. House to let.?a genteel, three story, eng ltsh basementhouse, with bathing room, water closet, gas throughout theTousc, and In all respects convenient ami comfortable. Location up town, on the west side, convenient to cars and stages. It will be put In perfect order?painted and papered throughout, to suit the taste of the tenant. Ront StRV. Apply to JAMES W. NEWTON, 153 Broadway. ONF. HALF OF A COTTAGE .HOUSE TO LET?IN JKR sey City, to a small respectable family, four minute# walk from the ferry. Terms moderate. Inquire at 29 Grego ry street, Jersey City. OFFICES TO LET?IN THE BASEMENT OF THE NEW tire proof building of the Bank of the Stale of Notr York, corner of William street und Exchange place. These are the finest and most convenient olliees in the city, being turnished with large buaglar proof safes, water-closets, wash basins, Ac., mid heated by steam. Inquire at the corner office, Of WM. J. BELL A CO. Rooms to let-a room, on the first floor, suitable for a physician's or dentist's office, also, fur nished rooms, can be found by applying at 6j? Broadway. To let-to a small respectable family, the second floor of house 61 Oak streot, near Catherine street, consisting of three rooms and two pantries. There are only two in the family TO LET?A STORE IN DIVISION STREET, NO. 62, between Chrystle and Forsyth streets, suitable for any business. Rent moderate. Apply on the premises. TO LET?THE TWO STORV BRICK HOUSE, NO. 468 Greenwich street, only twelve minutes' walk from the City Hull, and convenient to the. Sixth and KlghtlYavenue rail roads. The house hits been cleaned and painted throughout, and is now ready for Immediate occupation. Apply on the rremises, or to WM. HALL, IN Chambers street, and 1W 'niton street, l'urt of the furniture can be had, If required. TO LET?TO A SMALL, RESPECTABLE FAMILY, THE tlie tipper part, with rear basement, of the two story house 119 Varick street, near Broome street. r LET?THE STORE NO. 12 MAIDEN LANE. ALSO, an office on third tloor. Apply to JOHN G. DAVISON, on the premises. TO LET-TWO BRICK HOUSES, FINISHED IN OOOD style, for one family, (with furniture.) on 52d atroet and North river (with Ntahles). A very desirable place for u resi drnre. Apply to JOHN O. DAYLSON, 12 Maiden laue, or on the premises. TO LET?A FURNISHED HOUSE. FINELY SITU ATHO In 2Uth street, between 4th and 6th avenues. Rent $225 per month ; newly painted and furnished. Address A. M. C., Herald office. TO LET-THE FIRST FLOOR OF A BROWN STONE house, very handsomely furnished, situated between Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets, Fourth avenue, a desirable location for a dentist, physician or a small family of grown persons. For further interview address L. M., Herald office. rl.ET?TnK UPPER PART OF PREMISES361 BROAD wao. containing extensive and well lighted lofts, altoge ther unsurpassed as a location tor millinery, straw goods, or other fancy business. Immcdiute possession given. Apply to HKOltOK BULPIN, 361 Broadway. mo LET?THE SECOND FLOOR AND BACK DARK X nient of house 71 Amos strnct, to a small faintly. The furniture, which la complete, would bo lot with the rooms, if desired. Apply on the premises, or to ROBINSON A HAl'PY, H9 Broadway. TO LET?A LARGE. DESIRABLE THREE STORY house on Twenty-sixth street, near Lexington avenue, with bath, water closet, washttibs, gas fixtures, Ac., and in line order. Inimeillutn possession given. Apply to E. B. KIN S1I1MER, 319 Fourth avenue, from3 to 7 P. M. TO LET?THE FIRST FLOOR OF 104 CENTRE STREET, with or without power. The room Is 24x60 feet, well fur nished and lighted. Apply upon the premises. TO LET?TO A SMALL RESPECTABLE FAMILY, TWO furnished rooms, at a low rent, situated nesr Twenty-llrst street and Sixth avenue. Inquire in tho rear of 344 Twenty llrst street and Sixth avenue. TO LET?THE SECOND FLOOR OF HOUSE NO. SI White street, a few doors from Broadway; tho rooms, two large nnd two small, arc newly tilted up and very convonleul for a milliner or dressmaker. TO LET?HOUSE 49 FOURTH STREET; HAS OAS chandeliers, hot and cold water baths, An. A good loca tion. None but a good tennnt need apply. Inquire of L. RADFORD, 61)3 Hudson aireet. TO LET-THE SECOND FLOOR AND BACK RASE menl of house 71 Amos sireot, to a small family. Tho rooms and location arc very desirable. Can be seen at all hours. For particulars, apply to N. B. ROBINSON, Collins Hotel, from 12 to 2 P. M. TO LET, IN WILLIAMSBURG?A BEAUTIFUL SEAT, siiunieil In a lovely garden of the choicest fruits and How era. The house Is a beautiful cupola cottage, with wings at tucked, surrounded with flowers; stages pass the. door. Kent i t ry low. Inquire ul 456 Grand street, Williamsburg. TO LET OR LEA6F/?HOUSE AND STORE NO. 239 OA nnl street. Also, a large four story house, No. 112 West Thirty f-ixlh street, between Setenth and Eighth avenues. In qniro" oft" SIER'.'K A 00., 240 Washington street. rpo LET OR LEASE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS?THE _L buildings known as the North American Hotel, eorner of Bayard street and Bowery. To a responsible tenant, conduct ing a 11k) t business, superior inducements w be offered. For further InlomaUou apply to FAY BROTHERS .117 Front or 92 Monroe street. TO LEASE FOR ONE OR MORE YEARS?SEVER VL lots of Improved ground, suitable for coal, wood, stone or lumber yards. Location on Thirteenth ami Fourteenth strcc.s, between avenues C and D. For particulars inquire at the coal yard office of THQ8. O'NEILL. TO LEASE?LOTS ON ELEVENTH AVENUE, WITH the bulkhead fronting on the North river, and lots on vho south side of Fourteenth street, adjoining, suitable for lumber, stone or coal yards; ul-othel Gkhcari eornur West and Mor ton streets. For terms apply to CAMPBELL P. WHITE, at 21 Park row, or K. U. LUDLOW A CO., 14 Pino street. BILLIARDS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BILLIARD TABLES, OF tho best quality, will lie found at our manufactory, tho largest and most complete In the city. Good second hand ta bles for sale cheap. O'CONNOR A COLLENDEll, 53 Ann stroot. Billiards.?the hunday atlas says: "it is an established fact that there are no tables In tho world to approach Pf!ELAN'S, and Ilia! billiard players in all parts of the country are anxious to test tludr admirable qualities." Hslesrootit, 39 Chambers street. ?p stairs. 1111K UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO PUT 1IIS combination cushions oil bibles of the old slvlo, on reason able terms. They have been already put on tallies of lint fol lowing makers:?Wlnsnls, Griffith A Derker, Moore, Penn, and Hansford's, nnd have given the utmost satisfaction. MICHAEL PHKLAN, 39 Chambers street. INTELUGENCB OFFICKS. TAMPLOYKRS WISHING GOOD HELP WILL FINi7rK JGj speetable servants at MorrLs t'ohnert A Co.'a, 2*7 Broad way, corner of Keade street. Also, farmers, laborers, Ac., at this or the branch office, 126 Greenwich, near < 'od*r at. IilMl'LOVEHS WISHING THE BEST SERVANTS IN 'J the rlty should rail on S. KEHKK, 17 vears established In the business. Agency removed to No. .',1 East Twelfth strait, one door osst of Broadway, where Ills former patrons ami families generally nre respectfully invited to t all. Mrs. green s domestic agency is removed to 634 Broadway. I request nil who have paid, and not been supplied, to rati nnd be suited, free of charge. The best of help on hand. Rates, 60 cents. WANTED?AT 766 BROADWAY, ONE BOOKKEEPER, one conductor, two olerks, two porters, two harkanpors, three wallers, two coachmen, and three hoys. Places pro cured for liremon, men on stenmoni and railmads, and brake mem LOUIS KAUFMAN, Agent. WANTED?AT NO. 6 EAST BROADWAY, A CLERK for a steamboat; two young Americans as conductors on a railroad; a housekeeper for a private family in lloboken, wage* $25 per month; a teacher for a setael school, bvleaeli French ami EngHsti; two packertforacrockerv store. Charge* qtydvrAtt;. UUsLLN A CQ,