Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 26, 1856, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 26, 1856 Page 3
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AUTERTISBME5TS RENEWED EVERT DAT. FOB. 8ALB. OOO ~FOR SALB ANn T0 k*<'iianok. _ w _ _ . two HUiii:. ami lota, In the Bowery, km tha'wrat side, near Broom* street. also, four lota and two houses, on Lexington arenue and Fifty second atreet; one house on Madison avenue, near Twenty-eighth street, one store on Canal atreet, near Broadway, also, four houses on London terrace, including the whole block; also, nine houses ?n avenue C, Between Sixth and Seventh streets; also a large and valuable estate below Canal street. Apply Immediately to THOMPSON A GRKKNLE.VF, 85 Nassau s'reei. <fclQ HflA ~F0R 8AI'E OR exchange, sixty Jplu.l/'Jv? five acre* of beautiful ground, situated tn the village of Hempstead, near the depot, ona hour's distance from Brooklyn. This la the most desirable property for specu lative purposes In the vicinity of the city. It will he exchanged for Oral clasH bouse. M. L. SHKLDON, 86 Nassau at. 200 ~r?R H*Ln' ABPLRNnin RESTAURANT, on Broadway, naar a theatre, with all llxture# waniplete, S year*' lease, established H Tears ; sold In conse quence of Ubieea. Apply UqHoWKB A CO., 84 Nassau street. $1100-FOB RAIjR' a ?,RST RATE grocery store, with Htook and tlxtures, and three years' lease, at a low rent, doing a good business; location unsur passed. Apply to HOWES A CO., St Nassau street. $lj000 WIU' I,UY YHE 8TOOK.. FIXTURES AND - w w good will of a chop and steak house on the Kng lisb plan; location unsurpassed; bar receipts, $30 per day. The meet satisfactory reasons given for selling. G. H. SMITH A CO., 346 Broadway, room No. 2. ?'?ttjQfVft ?PATENT MEDICINE BUSINESS FOR SALE, 4>Ot/vr. for $800; Is worth ten times the amount, but the owner la obliged to sell before the llrst at July, as he is com pelled to leave the city to attend other business. There Is a splendid new wagon, harness, things for manufacturing, Ac. Also, there Is about $1,500 worth of medicine all ready to put out. Address R. R- R., Herald office. This Is a chauce seldom met with. $500~""QUOB AN" 9y8?KR .SALOON_ FOR sale, with stock and tlxtures, In tirat rate loca tion; lease'of two years, at a low rent; doing a good business. Apply to HOWES A CO., 84 Nassau street. $250 a good HOWEI ?CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT STORE FOR _ j sale, with stock, awning and fixtures, now doing ood business. The location Is unsurpassed. Apply to "',8 A CO., 84 Nassau street. $200,WIL1' BUY THE LEASE, STOCK AND FIX _ tores af a grocery and liquor store, situated In one of the beat thoroughfares In the Fourth ward, and now doing a good business. Will be sold for the above amount tf applied for Immediately, at ST Cherry atreet ?80DA WATER STAND FOR SALE, IN A _ . good thoroughfare down town; will be sold cheap, he owner has other business that requires hla attention. Ad dress A. M., boot 164 Herald office. d?l AO -TO C0AI' WEIGHERS, DEALERS AND i]p.LU\/i ethers. The advertiser having other business which requires his attention, will dispose of two seta of plat form scales, with an introduction to his customers on the fol lowing terms; one set, cost $75 one year ago, with the business, for $100 ; the otbe.r, coat the same two years ago, and lately overhauled, with the business, $75. Any person having the ability and the cash can address Weigher, at R. I'arkhill, No. 229 Third avenue, between Nineteenth ami Tweuticth streets, stating where an interview can be had. This Is a good chance for a competent'man to make a respectable living. $50 ?FOR THIS SUM A LIGHT CASH BUSINESS can he bought that will ^ay a prollt ol $5,000 a year; a glorious opportunity. Call at No. 75 Nassau street, room No. 2, second Itoor, in the rear. A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SE AT FOR SALE?AT Stamford, Connecticut, or would be exchanged for city property. Also, a splendid couxitry seat at Say brook, Con necticut,' to be sold for $10,000, wortb $2),000. Inquire of 8. P. TOWNSEND, 82 Nassau street. . A DRUQ STORE FOR RALE?ON TWO GREAT THOR j\ oughfares; doing a good business; good reasons given for wishing to sell; will be sold low for cash. Address H. H., box No. 115 Herald ofllce. A BAKERY FOR SALE?NOW DOING A GOOD BU8I ness of 18 to Si barrels a week, all sold for cash over the counter. The proprietor is engaged in other business down town, and cannot attend to both. Inquire at 586 Grand st. Bakery for sale?in one of the best Busi ness locations in the city; immediate possession. Inquire at No. 11 Coentles slip. Boot and siiob store for sale, in broad way; one of the oldest customer shops In the city, and a good business. Terms reasonable. Apply at 256 Broadway. COUNTRY BEAT FOR BALI.?IT IB PLEASANTLY Mtuatod. a few minutes' ride from Scotch Plains depot- on Central Railroad, New Jersey, one hour and a half from New Yoifc. It contains a large modern bouse and requisite out buildings, with twenty-eight acres of land, lu good cultivation. For further particulars Inquire on the premises, of G. Middle ton, or Messrs. FOSTER A LKACU, 26 Broadway. CHEAP FARMS-LOCATED IN A FERTILE VALLEY, 24 miles from New York, per railroad; 16 acres, good buildings, $1,200; 55acres, all cultivated,buildings new, $2,600; 106 acres, a superior place, $4,500. W. J. BKUNDBED A CO. 15 Nassau street. Drug store for sale?a well established drug store, with a long lease and under very low rent, la n desirable location aud doing a good business. The owner la desirous of selling on account of 111 health; will be sold at valuation, and Western laud will be taken In part payment None need apply who cannot command $3,000 In cash. Ad dress Apothecary, box 182 Herald ofllce. Drug store for sale?worth $1,000, but will sell for $800. An excellent bargain. Call at 64 White atreet for particulars. Drug store for sale, chrap-a oood oppor tunlty for a young physician or druggist, there being no medical man or drug store In the neighborhood, wh|ch Is fast Improving. For particulars apply to R. M. UOBBS, meen fun depot, 44 Maiden lane. "IJtLEGANT COUNTRY BEAT, WITH IMMEDIATE POS IL session.?For sale, the mansion sad grounds lately occu pled by N. T. Hlglde, fcsq., about a mile from the depot at Rahway, N. J. The house Is about forty-three feet square, built of One brick, without regard to expense, having furnaces, range, bells, speaking tubes, Ac., in short, all the conveniences of a city residence. The outbuildings are very numerous, and are perfect models In arrangement and condition. The whole has been built only about two yers, and Is ready for immediate occupancy. It is one of the most expensive and elegant coun try seats within hourly reach of New York. The location Is perfecily healthy, in the midst of a beautiful country. For a gentlemamnf fortune its equal cannot be found for the prtca at which It will be sold. Apply to CHAUNOKY BARNARD, 98 Broadway. JjlARM FOR SALE?SUITABLE FOR A COUNTRY RE _ sldence?Forty-four acres, In the town of Greenburg, ad joining the residence of the late Samuel Howland. On the premises is a good bouse, barn, wagon house, brook, tishpond, Ac.; also a good selection of fruit trees, lu full bearing. Is gui-dtatant from tbe Harlem and Hudson River Railroads,and ; miles from Irvington, 3 miles from Tarry town If not sold by the 26th inst., it will on that day lie sold at auction, at 2 o'clock P. M. Apply to J ACOB STORMS, or Charles De Re vere, Tarrytowu, or of Robert Ulker on tbe premises. Farm for salb-at crkat neck, l. i., about ? seventy acres, will be sold tsgether or In parcels, to auk purchasers, situated immediately on little Nock Bay, 1% hours, by steamboat, from Nsw York city; sail good; location very healthy, and commands One rlsws of the Hay aud Sound. The farm contains several beautiful building sites, and is about ten minutes' walk from ths steamboat landing. Apply to SAM'L T. SKIDMOKK, 06 Wall street. New York. For sale?an elegant country residence and farm, situated on the Shrewsbury river, wi'hiu three minutes' walk of Mount's dock, where iho Ocean Wave stops daily, with 65 acres of land lu (lie highest state of culilvatlon, and well stocked with every variety of fruit. The house Is large and camrandious, with a fine lawn re tching to the water. Flab, oysters and eianis In abundance. AU the necessary out buililngs. Apply to J. JOHNSON, 256 Greenwich street; Jo "" mnt, Jaoi ? ph O. Mount, Mount's dock; Wm. Johusou, on the premises; ' u> Cape Parker, of the Ocean Wave. For sale?the sloop times, twenty tons bur den. full rigged, well built and In good order. Will be sold aheap Ibr cash. Also, tliren oyster drodges. May he seen at the foot of Canal street, until Thursday next, at lb o'clock, when, If not previously sold, she will be sold at auction. Inquire ol Mr. MAINWAKING, k)2 Washington street, or of C. It. CUI CH ESTER, 1,102 Broadway. For sale?the lease, stock- and fixtures of a grocery and liquor store In the upper part of the city: will be sold low for cash. For particulars apply to THOMAS ADD Y, 20 Laurens street, near Canal street. fOIt SALE?A BROWN STONE HOUSE, IN THIRTY sixih street, near Broadway; neighborhood respectable, and contains all modern Improvements; house 20 by 50, lot full. Good bonds, slocks, or other property, taken In exchange. ' Ing, 111 Bro ' Apply at room 19 Trinity Building, 111 Broadway. For sale?stock and fixtures ok a first olugH porter house, on ilio greatest thoroughfare In this ?By. A large ami prolitublo business doing. Three years' lease, t'asli *",00; a good note for balance. Apply to J. WKLI.Sl.AOkR, real estate office, -Rfc! Eighth avenue. Houses, Iflte and farms lor sale and exchange. Money to loan. TDtlR KALE?TUB I.BASK AND STOCK OK A LAROK J1 livery stable. The stock Is almost new, and not very large; the stable is situated In the best location In the elty, nud doing an excellent business. Satisfactory reasons given for Helling. Address, with real name, o. it., Herald olllce, stating where an Interview can be had. For sale?a imraiix bay horse, just in from the country, to von years old, sixteen bands high, long tall, perfectly sound and kind In single or double harness. A good family home; would make a good match horse. Also, a fight running wagon, without top, and harness, for sale cheap. Apply at 'JUS Chambers street, broom store. FOR RALE?A SPLENDID PAIR OF RLACK CAR rlage horsm, sixteen hands high, six and seven years old, beautifully matched, long tails, good travellers, warranted aound sntl kind In double or single harness. Price 9AM). Can bit seen at Hawthorn's stables, Twenty-third street, near Sixth avenue. Apply to THOMPSON A W HITE, 199 Water street. IOR SALE?THE HLWGANT HOUSE CORNER OF _ Madison square and Fifth avenue, fronting the square; size, 30 by W); lot 113 feet on Fifth avenue-with all the mirrors imd ens fixtures. Apply to E. II. I.UDI.OW A CO., 14 Pine 4 street. For sale, low?a fine brown horse, io bends high, eight yesrs old; has had die prevailing dls temper and Is salely over It; welt suited for a grocer, express or cannon. Can be seen ?t W A Dk'S stable, corner of flicks and Pacific St re gig, Brooklyn. For sale or exchange?for a oentrei. house up town, nine nlty lots, free and cle tr of mortgage, and pay the difference In cash. Also to exchange, for a country sent, two houses and lots on f . second street, clear ol mortgage. Apply (? C. (|. TIB'VIPSON, 85 Nas sau street. F FOR SALE ON HEY STREET?A FIRST CLASS, Mo dern built brown stone store, hb, stories, basement and sub-cellar, tot over 25 feet front. Half the purchase miaiey can remain at si* per rent. E. H. KINSI1IMER, 311) Fourth avenue. For saue-or to let in fli'siuno-a two sto ry and sRIr lionse, with wing attached, containing ten rooms, pleasantly looated one Hutch of asdic ft pin the rail road depot. The house Is la compleie order, newly painted, gratned, Ac. For further ptroi-ulaiK, apply to or igldress JOHN JL-OREDIK, Frauklti, place, Flushing L. 1. FLOUR AND FRED ih-i'- im FOB HALE.-Tit* store Is doing a good business: flr*'o'as customers; lo eau-d on a ,-roat thornughfang; sold on seen oo of th" owner leav ng the city. For particulars Inquire at 4|i Third avenue, before t A. M-, or after 6 P. M, TTOTKL FOR HALE?LOCATED NK vlt A DEPOT \ND XL terminus of stage rouiu. Is, perfect order nod nou g gugd business Will be sold cheap if ap,,lavt for lmme-1 ? y, to 1). F. fANLlRW A CO.. 141 chambers street KHHTAURANT FOR RALE-LOCYTEO NEAR WVLL street alio Broadway, N. Y In perfect order, and doing n good buslnoss Reason for seeing. Hie I wishes t , ?-s-ave the ? itv. For tnrihrr particulars apply at Henry street, near Atlantic, between 0 and 8 o'clock A. M. PUR HAIiK. _ __ _ OODA ?TE?wAPPARATl^J*LY O co^pleu. WM. ?^WWvXg5f u?r mtand FOR RAIiB?IITVFAEinNGTON MARKKT. IX S quire aiNo. 106 Ve.ey street, <W>c*ite Wastaugtuo market. T^BO TAILORS?FOR KAM-A GREAT BAEOAIK IS now offered to any person or persons wUbtug to enter In to the tailoring business, constating of atoek and torture*, to gether with a good lease at a low rent; situation In one of the beet street* in New York for custom work; now dot.jg a bust ne** of $12,000 per year, and ran be greatly tocrea?edw|th or oner attonUoii This la a bargain for a good man with mode rate means The present owner being called away Is the sole reiuon tor selling out. Address Tailor. Chatham aquare Post office, N. Y., for three day*. r EXCHANGE POR CITY OR BTATKN ISLAND PRO ocrty. a dairy farm of 85acres, and*nag cottage, In a beautiful village, 90 miles from New York. Possession im mediately. 10 to 8^ OLIVER, 346 Broadway, room No. 7. rrwiK FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND LEASE OF THE Tceutreville Mansion House, situate on theltergenPont nlank road nix miles from Jersey C ity, 1? now offered for tale, jfhla house'is well known asi one? ofTm mort ?ummer boarding ai .well an popular road houses in the yicinttyofNew ft? a ?>-rfeo-is aassrwrtt business will prove A very pi and partleulars apply at 147 Duane street. ANTED TO EXCHANGE-A FARM, of 50 ACRES , V of cicellent land, in Western New York, for a stock of groceries. Address Exchange, Herald office. 1*3 w horses, Carriages, &e. Alight wagon for sale?cheap; varnished running pari, quit* new; Hrower, maker. Inquire at it) Leonard St. AHRIOHT BAY SADDLE MARK FOR SALE?FOUR teen hands high; has been used by a lady the last year, kind to harness. Also, a light box road wagon, ueW aud cheap. Inquire at 687 Eighth avenue. Ahorse, wagon and harness, will be sold low, by the advertiser, a* he lias no furthor use for them. Horac eight year* old, fast, and of the best stock In this coun try. Can be seen at the atable of Uuderhlll A Fleet, 58 La try. ?. fayette place Bay pony, waoon and harness for sale?a very handsome hob tall pony, 14 hands high, 7 years old, very stylish, and warranted sound and kind; wagon and har ness nearly new. Apply to IIENRY 1IILL8, 162 Crosby at. DOO CART.?WANTED, A SECOND HAND DOG cart of English pattern. Address box 101 Post office. F AST HORSE POR SALE.?A VERY STYLISH HORSE, warranted sound, kind, and only seven years old. He csti trot a mile In 2:50 to a wagon, and a very superior road horse A^'ly to WILSON A BROTHERS, corner of Crosby mid Bleecker street*. For sale-a sorrel mare, six years old, is>? hands high, warranted perfectly sound and a verv slvllsh driver, and can trot In about 3)4 mlu. Alss, a brown litirse, eight years old, 16 hands high, sound and kind In all harness; Is a very stylish driver and good traveller; would make a good family or doctor's horse. Can ho seen at 248 Houston street. FOR SALE?A BLACK HORSE. NINE YEARS OLD, sound anil klisl; warranted to trot in three minutes; also, a new light top wagon and harness. Inquire ol C. M YOUNG, 71 West Twenty-ninth street. FOR SALE-A SPLENDID PAIR OF LIGHT CHHAM colored horses, with silver manes and talis, aboYl 10>a hands high, stylish drivers, warranted sound and kind in ?m "le or double harness, and first rate saddle horses. They can be seen at the Jefferson stables, 51 Christopher street. Inquire of S. A. KNOPP. ? FOR RALE?A BAY MORGAN HORSE, 15li HANDS high, warranted sound and kind; pleasant driver In single or double harness, free from all trickH or vice, and warranted lo go his mile in 2:45; coming eight years old; he la a strong, powerful road horse. To save trouble, no party need apply unless willing to pay a fair price for hla speed. Address liny Horse, box 161 Herald office, for three days. FOR SALE?A NOBLE PAIR OF (fRAY CARRIAGE horses. lOJi hands high, handsomely matched, good travel lers. and wurrnnted sound and kind. Also, two handsome earriages aud harness. Can be seen at Hathorn's stables. Twenty third street, near Sixth avenue. Apply at No. 8 Wall street, room 87. tOR Sa?e?A VERY FINE BAY HORSE, AN EXCEL i ? lent traveller, stylish nnd pleasant driver; also a brown horse, that can trot fast. Inquire of the groom at the m'ivate stable, In Twenty eighth street, southeast corner of Fourth avenue. F Ubrown1and welf in"che<Tl3 hands hfgh, perfectly kind and sound, just from the country. Apply at John term stuble, 172 Mercer street OR SALE?A NICE PAIR OF HORSES, COLOR FOR RALE?TWO VERY FINE HORSES; BOTH SIX year's old, warranted sound and kind In single or double harness; one is a dark hay 16 bauds high, would make an efficient family or doctor's horse; the other is a sorrel, 16 * hands high, would make a good family or cart horse. Can be seen at loo Norfolk street. For sale?at nos. 4 and c empire stable, east Twenty-eighth street, a hay pony, over fourteen hands high, five year* old, perfectly sound and kind In all harness, and under the saddle, so that a lady 01- gentleman may rhln him with safety, as he does not shy nor has not any tricks In him. Will be sold as the owner has not any use for him. For sale-a fine pair of coach horses, and a fine family single horse, or doctor's horse, six years old sound and kind, and nice bay. Apply at_ UOOLE'n sound ana kiiui, tutu uiuc unj. , stable, corner of Twenty-second street and Seventh^venu^ For sale?a splendid black mare, six years old: Is very handsome; warranted sound and kma in every respect. Must be sold, as the owner Is about leaving the city. Warranted to trot inside of three minutes 1 rice $225. Inquire in the hardware store, corner of h UYleth street and Eighth avenue. Also, one of Sprague A Maraton s patent breech loading rifles. Price $18; w orth $35 or $40. OR SALE CHEAP-A PAIR OF BROWN HORSES, i- about 15 hands high, sound, kind, gentle and last, tor sale cheap. Apply at the stable, 14 East Twenty ninth st. F OR S\LE CHEAP-TWO SECOND HAND COACHES, , one second hand six seat nud two four seat rockaways, at MUTT A CO.'S carriage repository, 650 Broadway. F JjtOR SALE CHEAP-A TEAM OF MULES, SIX YEARS Itiuiv hAlib VIlEirtl?/X , 77' i T .4 /1 r old, just from the country, wound and gentle. Apply at u. 1*. H. Iloyt'8 lumber yard, corner of Jefferson and Cherry sta. IOR SALE CHEAP-A ORAY IIORSE, VERY GENTLE, m' About nine years old; is an excellent horse for u farmer. Apply at 17 WlBoughby street. Brooklyn. _ F Horse for rale cheap?a good and hand some iron gray horse, 8 years old, warranted quiet to sin gle or double harness, is also an excelleut^addle horse, will be sold cheap, as the owner Is going to Europe. Apply at 13 Lull street, N. Y. Horse and rockaway carriage for balk.? A bright bay horse, 14jg hands high, 8 years old, perlect ly sound and kind: a g?*>d traveller and excellent under the saddle. Also a light two seat rockaway, (liufft to order by Miner A Stevens.) with moveable partition, squab and slip linings, pole and shaft*; Ju*t put to complete order. Apply at US Pearl street, first floor. Light wagon and harness wanted.?any one having* good road wagon, with or without lop, and 1 J OI1C II li VI I! k ? glum ruw?? w i. ii good stilt of lis rue** to dispose of low for cash, may address Wagon, Herald office, staling price, Ac^ Morgan horse for sale ?a brown morgan horse, 16 hands high, plensnnt driver, splendid action, la?t, and of great endurance. Warranted sound and Tree from vice. Inquire nt HURSON'S stable. Twelfth street, be tween Filth avenue and University lHac*. DOMES?SHETLAND AND WELCH LATELY IM X ported, voting and well matched; will be sold together or separately. Inquire at 43 Exchange place. CUTER It BAY IIORSE FOR SALE-ONE OF THE o lii'est horse. In the country; he Is bright hay. 1? hands high verv slvllsh and free, and warranted sound and kind. Apply io'IIK'NRY HILLS, 162 Crosby street. SPLENDID FAMILY CARRIAGE FOR SALE?BUILT to order, expressly for P. T. Hnrntim, by James Brewster A Sons, and used at Irantstan only for a few days. It III a superb establishment, one of the best ever made. Lost $1,101, price only *860. Can be seen at Asior House stables, 129 Duane street. \TKBMONT nOHHKH.?JUST RECEIVED, TEN 8UPB V rlnr young Morgan hnrsaa, of lino sixe, style and action, ,ct? verv dcslrnble family hortes, being well broken, h or sale at very low price*. \i?o, two now aud elegant cltF made two ?eat lop carriage*, much below tiioir value. Apply at No. II I. erumwtreeL, Brooklyn. YXrAGONS AND ROCKAWAYS FOR SALE CHEAP, TO Vv pay ndvances.?2 new rockaway, om light sqnars boa wagon, one half spring nnd leather top; all nearly now, and must be sold. To be soen nt II. HILL S, 162 Crosby street. N CLOTHING, AC. (fl?Q nnn WORTH of gentlemen's left off ?r^.VV/U clothing wanted, in large or amall lola. Liberal prices paid In current money, and punctual attendance on a> ordeni, through post or otherwise. JAMK8 MOBONEY, 479,^ Pearl street. / ILOTHINO.-LADIIW OR GENTLEMEN HAVINO iXT \ J to dispose of. can receive the almost value, byadjressln* to Iho store 13 lAurans street, near Canal, oMI West Iiroiufc way. Ladle* attended to by Mrs. Cohen. 8. COHEN KW CLOTHES LOOK WELL, AND SO DO THE BILI.S executed for clothiers and others at the Herald job odlcc. Notice to kirkmkn. l'rlcee ut which a lire coat and pants cna be hud at t-MlTH UR0THKK8', 122 and ltd Fulton street:? Drub felt beaver, coat and pouts $13 l'ritb pilot, cout and punts It I>rnb Kersey bearer, coat und punts 18 Ulue felt beaver, coat and pants 13 ltlite pilot, coat and pants $13 to 15 I'lue heaver, coal and pants 14 to 18 Samples of our styles can be seen at our wurerooms, 122 und 140 Fulton street. UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.-MEN'8 WEAR, FINE cloth frock coats, business and alpaca coats, black and ligured cassimere pants, a variety ol fancy rests, at Incredibly low prices, at 108 West Hroadway. PBSTI8raT' Teeth extractrd?positively without pain, bv mentis of a benumbing application to the gums, by Dr. K. WfLHON, dentist, 117 llona street. This application Is por feutlv harmless In Ps effects. It simply arresting the circulation of blood around the tooth to be directed for about half a mi nute. during which time all sense of fedllng In the parts la suspended. Keferense* furnished. Teeth?most beautiful, are inserted, from one to a fnll set. In the best manner, with or without d (meting the roots, by Dr. NAPOLEON PI"KTERRK, dentist. Tenh (attracted without pain. Terms Vory mode moderate, at 436 Broadway. HEN MF.N ARE MAKING MONEY YOU WILL OK nerally tind thai tliey are freely pntrontr.lng the printer. w . .. ? . b'< tnc advert las In the papers, others have bills, circulars, r Ills. Ac., printed tastes of all can lie suited on applied I,on ut lite other ortho AMERICAN WEEKLY PRESS, north west oomcrof Eniton and Nassau streets. IEGAHI. Havana kosjir rt steamships bi.aok war rlor and Ahawt a.?i.kbsiuia Figaros, rsgalia del roya Conchas, l.entires, operas, *f> , Armas twbargai, Ac. by the 1U8 er 1 (IIP, ton psr sent b'/Sw marhet ??tces. M. P. RO OK RS. 164 Maiden lane, acocsld story. OKOARS.?BARGAINS CAN BE HAD IN HAVANA, O German i r domestic scgurs. Nnrmas, $.1 30 and upwards; Operas. $S to. Cosh sdvuuccs made en aegars, In nontl or otherwise. O. CHEEKS, 17 Broadway. *HD>.vno' For livkrpooi?*hk htatks mail etrartubip ATLANTIC, F.ldrw ,?e>?>nimauder, will de part with the United States mull* for Europs, positively, on Saturday, J ult ?, M 12 o'clock M., fro*.1 ber berth, at the foot ol Canal street. Nortca.?The steamers of thia line hat " water-tight com Sartmonts, and, to avoid danger frarn the .'c?, will not cross ?e Banks north of 42 degree*, until after thd ?st of August, ror freight or passage, having unequalled a ccommodatioa lor elegance and coat fort, apply to E1)W ARB K COLT. I MS, 86 Wa'H street. ,r< requested to-be au board at 11 o'olock A. M. All letters must paaa through the Poet ofllce, any others will be returned ?tH;m"h1'P ??ltie Capt. Coeaatoek, will succeed the At luntia, And sail on Saturday, July 19. Nonca.?The rate of freight frnas Liverpool to New York is notice Ponnda per ton measurement, until further ?OOR LIVERPOOL?STEAMSHIP LKUANON, T. GOOK, .v?.? ??"'!?.!!!! ?r' -.?** ?'?* an<l powerful steamer will sali trom the British and North Amaricau Ilayal Mall Steam Pack ?t ( ompany a dock, at Jersey City, on Thursday the IMth July. Passage money for llrst elass passengers only, for whom there is excellent accommodations. ?100, Including provisions and steward a fee, but without wines or liquors, which can ha ob ^Ertrr??vS' Prelght taken at reasonable rates. Apply to fc. CUNaRD, No. 4 bowling (Ireen. The packet ship constellation, wm. r. mul llner, commander, which has unrlvaUed accommodations tor cahlu passengers, will aall for I.lverpool June 25, 1866 For passage apply on board, at plnr 38, East river, or to CHARLES CAROW, 76South street FOR LIVERPOOL-DRAMATIC LINE-TO SAIL 2D July.?The eutlrely new clipper ship PLUTARCH, Capt. jtarker, will sallas above. This magulticent pocket has un equalled stale room accommodations for cabin and aecond t"TCTY^k,^Ptortrd-Pler M S-^orto F?KIJ'wnnnSrat^InK >'A1v0'tITK PACKET SHIP liLIsWOOl) WALTMl, now In the stream, mils at noon 5!'.'v fls . cel,'brttted packet ship WASHINGTON, pier or ^".UIKL AToRTIS,"m"?road:rr't8e apply ?? FHKi..yXrRi?9SL~:SAI,'ilTHIS DAY-THE CLIPPER ?"}> ICNTA RIO; the packet ship NEW WORLD sella on Monday next. For Ijondon?the packet ship J. R. KF.ftI.Kit satla Juno SO. Fare in the above ships:?Second cabin, ?ih' RW^M&mhMr'eJT1, *'?r Pa88age *PP?F * ?08. FOR Liverpool-empire line.-tiie favorite packet ship AMERICA, Captain Harstow, will positively Hnn on Tuesday, 1st of July. For passage In cabin, saloon second cabin or steerage, apply on board, pier No. 8 North slllf1"' ?fA JONES, 40 South street, and 36 Old "VTOTICE.?FO R LIVERPOOL?THE CELEBRATED ?hi. APftC^o8^P CONSTELLATION, Capt. Mullintm, sails inll* Z " i? c")C1k' P?*" P^eAg? In cabin, second cabin and COTTA C^, H6'south'?treet'er riYer' ?r 10 YORK TO HAVRE DIRECT.?BRITISH and North American Royal Mall Steam packet Company. Captain rfdler. RMfterT Captain Wick man. ?T^IEMJ$ftt?in W^L--".h: Captain Browklesa.' Cltv on ^hn^Ts .*Th r m '?"mpany'f'loek, at Jersey Thursday, 26th June. 1 assage money, for Hrst elans Iluo^Inrb?Mn/' ""bom there is er nt accommodations *1110, Including provisions and stew.,. . s fee, but withoul wines or liquors, which can be obtained on board. The state rooms are unusually large and well ventilated. Any one I i?k# P!u"aKe Is Invited to vialt the ship. Freights taken at moderate rates. Apply to * i E. CunaRD, No. 4 Kowllsg Oreeu. FOR HAVRE, DIRECT.?THE FRENCH SCREW steam,Wp^ALMA, 2,400 Ions burthen, wfll leavefor the of pMsagee ? y' J Uly ^ a ?'olock Precisely. Prloe ""Irst cabin .1(?1 econd cabin J"'''""' *'2} dnui1. mgvt0 cal1 Ule,ftttfnU?n of shippers to the dUTe'rence of duties In France on foreign produce per French vessels. For freight or passage apply to the agents, EM. A Kl>. POIRIKR A CO., 32 Broad street August "6" wUJ ,u00e?d Abna, and saU on Muuday, FOR SOUTH AMPTON AND HAVRE.?THE UNITED Steles mall steamer ARAOO, I). Lines, commander will leave for Havre, touching at Southampton to laud the mails and passengers, on Saturday, June at, at 12 o'clock, from nier No. 37 Norm river, foot of Beach street. , fbics or FkssAoa. First cabin ?,?, Second cabin t! 75 This Bhlp has tive water tight compai4Sients,* enclosing the engines, so that In Uie event of collision or stranding, the water -hem, and the pumps being free u> work, the safety or the vessel and passengers would be secured. Bag S!fS.D.0h!?2^.1f,,2n|tthi VW*? 8hou,d be sent on board TtS-T marked ''below." No freight will be ^ sRer Thursday, J.utie 26. For freight or nassage annlv toMORTIMER LIVINGSTON, agent M BroX!!?" PP ' JiJy aL? ateam8r FuJvon will succeed the Arago, and sail BETWEEN NEW YORK AND GLASOOW. ^or?d,,'?^.800?^ . A V" Cummlng, commander; New xork, J.160 tons, Robert C raig, commander; Glasgow, 1,962 cJ UlA v!?n ,Vunc*n' commander. The Glasgow and Now York Steamship Company Intend sulliag their new aud powerful steamers fnnm X.,~ York for GJasgOW , 12th July, at 12o'clo o'clock noon; Glaago , . . BATM or FA8SAOK. First cabin y,. Third claaa, found with cooked provisions 30 An experienced surgeon actachod to each steamer."' For freight or paMage apply to JOHN McSYMON, No. 17 Broad way. N e w \ ork city bills or gold only received for passage. ?V-OTICETO PASSENGERS AND IMPORTERS.?THE AJ Liverpool and Philadelphia Steamship Company's so leu dM and powerful steamships. ?c?v ^ e!IX 9f BALTIMORE, 2,464 tons, Capt. Robert Leltch OF WASHINGTdN, 2,380 tons, Capt. Wm Wylls' CITY OF MANCHESTER. 2,109 tons, Capt p OL Patriae KANGAROO. 1,974 tons, dapt. B. Kwing. Are Intended to sail? au_ , ? rBOM IAVBRPOOL. ?Hy of Baltimore Wednesday, 16th July. ? ,, rUOMTBILllkLrillA. v City of Baltimore Thursday, 26th June. a l . BATES or PASSAGS. a??An' r90, ^ MeorJlng to staterooms. A limited number of third class passengers will be taken fit>ro 1 blladelnhla and Liverpool, and found In provisions. t rom Philadelphia $30 From Liverpool $40 These steamers are constructed with improved water tight ^?I>*clmeuts, and each vessel carries an experieuoed Parties wishing to bring out their friends ean obtain eertifl cates of pAsaage and drafts on Liverpool, in sums of ?1 serllng and upwards. Apply to B 17 TVslnnt St., Philadelphia; or BABEL A CORTIS, 177 Broadway, New York. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE.-FOR If A- i vaiia and New Orleans?On Wednesday, July 2 at 2 1' I M.. from pier foot of Warren street. North river, the fast and favorite steamship PHILADELPHIA, Capt. J. MoGowan will run as above. Passages e.?n be secure<l at the ofllce of the line. Freight to New Orleans 30 cents per cubic root, .shippers will be supplied with blank bills of lading of the form signed by the line, on application at their tgllce. No other forms signed, nod no bills of lading will be signed after the hour ol sailing. Fur freight or passage apiily at the ofllce 177 West street, corner of Wnrren. M. O. ROBERTS, Agent. Reduced prices wi-ly s?united states mail Line Mfly pounds of baggage free; ten cents per pound on excess, four hours from ocean to ocean, by Panama Rail rosd. Through for (allfortila via Panama Railroad The w*!l?l, tBleftinahlf wiU despatch for Aspln w aH, on Saturday, Ju!}- 5, at 2 o'clock, P. M., precisely, from pier foot of Warren street, North river, the wo<1 known and fast steamship ILLINOIS, ('apt. C. SlfoggsU S N Vas sengers and malls will be forwarded by Panama Railroad and connect at Panama with the Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany smacnilieent stesmshbyiONOKA, R. L. Whiting, niander, which will be In rcMnesa, and leave ImmivllaUily for . an f ranclsco. The public are informed that the P. M S Co "'wjayshave one or more extra steamers lying at Panama ready for sea, to avoid any possible detenlirth of passengers 'V""'1'..,1, nr apply U, I. W RAYMOND, at 'he only office Of the companies. 177 West street, corner of Warren f reighl Ui Aspinwall. 70 ceuts per cubic foot, or I ig cents ner pound prepaid; and 00 freight will be received after 1" " clock on the day of Balling. O. ROBERTS, Agent. " jioft Havana and mobile?united statf?; J mail steamer Ql'AKER CITY, R. W. ShufehVt. com mander, will aall on Tueaday. July i( from pier 44 North iV^war^d fr^M h0!1"/ K.rr'?ht taken for 3ew Orleans and I Uvf u frd< <} from Mobile fr^e rw coromiasfon. HIIIh of ladinir pro I and digued on hoard. For lrclght or pasRaiZti apply to SSJTU A PATTBJCK, Ageuta, CI ^ail .treek 8 ^P ' " | en TON A CO.'8 DESPATCH I.TNE FOR SAN FRAN 0 Cisco?sailing regularly and poslllvalyou or before I he <lay advertised. Clipper of Monday next. 3oth June, Inst. The famous and celebrated A 1 clipper ship ROMANCE OF TUB sK A. Henry, master, Iscoinpleili her loading i\t pier No. 9, Kaat river, and will positively aal> as above. To shippers de sirens of landing their cargo at the earliest possible day, In line order,this vessel presents unequalled inducements, having made her first and only passage in !>7 days, beating the whole clipper lleei sailing at i lie time, and lesa than any vessel now 1 a dine for fan Francisco. A moderate quantity of freight can si ill be taken on immediate application to Bl'TTOS A CO., 88 South street, corner of Wall. N. H.?Shippers will observe thai the vessels of this line 'ske no freight nfter their advertised day, preventing nil delay to those desirous of landing their cargo In Suu Francisco al the curliest possible day without detention. ABHTRALIA DH8PATCH LINK.?FIRST SHIP.-TIIE celebrated A 1 clipper ship 8N APDRAGON, 1,000 tons burthen, will have immediate despatch for Melbourne. Her a< ft mmodatlons for a lew passengers, lu lirst or second cabin, are unequalled for elegance and comfort. The above noble ship was built hy W. H. Webb, Ksq., of this city, and la uue of the strongest and fastest vessels afloat. For balance of freight, at low rates, or passage., apply on board, at pier ?, Fast river, or to C. HARRY, or WAKEMAN, DIMON a CO., 73 8outh *C AURTBAI.IA.?PIONEER LINE, CARRYING THE United Stales mall.?The beautiful A 1 clipper ship MON SOON, 1,280 tons burthen, fbr Melbourne, and will also re ceive freight for Hydney, has t'wo-thirds of her cargo sir eady engaged; the first ship, and will positively tail about the SOta In id., now loading at piar 10 Baal rlvar. nae superior aeeom modatione for passengers to any ship now loading. Freight at lowest rates. For freight or passage apply on board or to R. W. CAMERON, No. 6 Rowling Green. For savannah and Florida ?united statu Mali Line.?The steamer KNOX VILLK, Capt C. D. I.udlow, will leave on Saturday, June 28, from pier No. 4 North river, at 4 o'clock P.M. Hlllanf lading signed on hoard. Fer freight or passage apply to 8. L. MITCHELL, IS Broad way. Through Ucketa from New York to Jaeksonvtlle, SSI; to I'llatka, S83. Steamers for Florida oonneet at Ha varnish with the steamers from New York en Tuesdays and Saturdays. For savannah?the superior bide wheel steamship KEYSTONE STATE, Captain R. Ilardle, car rying the United States mall, will sail from Philadelphia for Savannah on Saturday, J one 28, at 10 o'clock A.M. Cabin passage, with very superior siateroosn acrnmmodattona, $fl); steerage, $8. The Keystone Slate will sail again as above on Saturday, July 12. Tho State of fleorgla sails for Charles ton July 5. HERON A MARTIN, Agsnts, 37>4 New Wharves, Philadelphia. FOR NORFOLK AND RICHMOND.?THE UNITED Stalks mall steamship JAMESTOWN, Captain Parrlsh, w 111 leave for the above places on Saturday, 2Kth instant, at 4 o'clock, P. M., from pier No. 13 North river. She will arrive

si Norfolk on Sunday afternoon, nnd at Richmond on Monday morning. Passengers for the South will proceed without delay by the great mall line to Charleston, Augusta, Savannah, Ac. Travellers will find (his the cheapest, pleasanteat and most ex peditions route. Postage and faro, Including state room, to Norfolk, 18; to Petersburg and Richmond, $10; steerage, half pi ice. Apply to LcDLAK A PLEASANTS, 32 Broadway. BlIJfAKDS. Billiards and hahatf.llb.?'wanted to iuty, one or two bagatelle tables, iu good order; also to hire, a billiard table, small alxe preferred Addroas I', Herald ollico, Thursday and Friday. U'K OFFER FOR RALE A SPLENDID STOCK, WfTIT Tf our newly Invented nuahions and slate beds; three good so und hand tables for sale, and orders by mall attended to. GRIFFITH A DECKER, ft Ann si. MATRIMONIAL. SPORTING. For balk-yacht klla, skvk.ntkkn tons, in complete order. Inquire at No. 4 (iolil street. FDR MLK-a BEAUTIFUL NSWFQl N9LAND DOO, thorough bred, three years old. Apply at No. 6 Clarkson 1 alreet, N. Y. FOR SALK-81X THOROUGHBRED ENGLISH POINT- ! ?f puppli?n. Can bf sppd all fh? week at No. 2 WVat j Knpelypa Htreet, corner of riatnikavt a%vnue, next house to | Chris. l-ox'g liquor ?!on?, South Hi r*>te!y*. C TREAT PIGEON SHOOTING MATCH FOB *2.000. AT J Ike Red llouse pleasure grnuniki, Harlem. r>? Wednes day, Joiy 2, 1866, at 100 pigeons. Twenty live doulilc and lifty single bird* to hp ?hot by Mr. King. the celebrated double shut. As several thousand dnllnrs are depending on tbb> match, no outside shooting will he allowed. Shootlrgg commences at 1 P. M. The Becotid avenue cara pane Ihe door. MOCKING 111 Kirn rOR SALK.-THRHK SPLENDID mocking bird*, three yeara old. These bird* are not to he excelled by aay la the rtly. Any lady or gi-ttleman want ing ? line bird may apply to KI0IIAKD BOUKK, In frank lin market, old Blip. WATCH DO G POR KALE CHEAP?FOBMERLX belonging to an old sea caplaln. Any artlclk can he left In hie care with the greateat satet v; he ia also an excellent water dog. Can be aeeu at No. 237 Washington atreet. Yacht por sale.?a pull rigged yacht,. about 36 feet long, with jib aud mainsail, all In complete order, will be Hold for the very low price of *100, or a little lese, for Cash, If applied for thla week, as the owner 1* going Weal. She in a very fast aailer. Any oua wishing u> buy will' have the opportunity of trying her. Apply to J All VIS JOHNSON, corner of Watts aud West atreeta. New York. A GENTLEMAN, ENGAGED IN BUSINESS, AGED near forty, prepossessing appearaure. e?t health, tracta ble dlipoaitlon, Is desirous or forming then juaintanee of an Intellectual, pretty, amiable young lady, with the future object of matrimony. Address J. A. Ward, box 2,373 Post olllce. All will be treated honorably, and held sacredly inviolate. MISCKLLANKOUS. mN EFFICACIOUS CURB FOR OORNBT^tUNIONa. 1 I otUoaillea, ualia growing Into the fleah, and every disorder of thefeet, by a new and peculiar muthod, without cutting, or wilhoit causing the slightest pain. Mo tale ur LEVI, of No. 60 it is Rua da Rlvolt, Parle, and No. 3 Conlult atreet, Regent atreet, London, Burgeon Chiropodist, patrotlaed by the Emperor of France, and the Royal family or England, may be oonaulted dally, Sundays excepted, from 9 til! 6 o'clock, at hia office, 91 Waat Eleventh atreet, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. cor iks or nan mom alt (From hla Imperial MgjeHty, Napoleon III., Emperor of Franc ) Je certUie que M. Levi enleve ma core avee una extreme ha bUete. Ijotna Nacolmos BoaxrxRTa. (From James Baker, Bw| ,i I certify that Dr. Levi has cured me some months ago of seve ral troublesome bunions, wiihout the least pain, and which have annoyed me for many years. 1 walk at preseut with great comfort and cheerfully recommend Dr. Levi to my friends and thepubllc. Jamus Baksu New Youk, March 24, 1866. 22 East Seventeenth street (From H. J. Feltus, Esq.,) Unsolicited by Mr. Levi, 1 beg leave to testify to hta success ful skill in having perfectly removed a large bunion of long ?'ending, without causing any pain. H. J. Fsltos Fnu.Ar>ai.ruiA July 27, "* No. 4 Boston row. In addition to the above authenticated testimonials, many lliousauda more In his possession (among which are several from ladies of the highest rank) can be seen by favoring linn will) ii call at his ifflce, 91 West Eleveuth atreet, between Fifth ami Sixth avenum, New York. N. B.?No professional connection with any person. Branch of Rudolph's confectionery.?the subscribers hare opened for the accommodation of their friends and the public a confectionery at No. HO Nassau street, between Fulton an! John sts., where gentlemen can bo sun plied with confectionery, pastry, sandwiches, ootTee and li quors of the choicestuuulltles. KTANMINGER A WAGEMANN, Confectioners, No. HO Nassau street fAOURTENAY'S IMPORIUM.?IT 13 HUT A3 YHSSTKR Vj day, it secras, -iice an enterprising young citizen took it-sslon of " The Owner," which had bee possession of " The Owner," which had become a favorite nud well thronged resort l?r nil lovers of current literature, under the control of A. Head The progress of the business an 1 the demands of other intcirsts soon rendered necessary a change of location, and "The Corner" has surrendered to the new hanking house of the State itank. 8. <1. COURTENAY, asso ciated with hia brother,WM. A. COURTENAY, were then in stalled in a new buiidiiK, whirh as No. 3 ilroad street has been familiarly known to all readers, and has continued, under energy, enterprise aid promptness, combined with gentle manly dealing and addtess In business, to enjoy a large patro nage in the line of book), stationery ami periodical literature. The business, hovvevir, has overgrown even the accommo dations of this stand, anl the Messrs. Courtenay have aeror ingly provided themeelws "a local habitation," to which they have just transferred tlidr well earned "name." The new building is adecided addition to the improvements that have taken place la ilroad street within the last year or two. It iB in many respects more satisfactory to the eye, and more completely finished In taste, style and manner of general effect than any late bDlldlngs in its order; and it will, wo doubt not, stimulate and encourage the adoption and extension of the material and style that have been thus successfully em ployed. The plans and design* of the building, both for S. G. Courtc nsy A Co. and for Shmger llro's, were furnished by the prac tised and severely critical taste of Col. E. It. White, architect, whose intentions and directions have received justice at the hands of all the workmtn engaged. The brick work, plaster ing, Ac., have been exeeuted by Edward Fogartle, and other portions by David Lopei The elegantly wrought stone front, with its appropriate and symbolic ornaments, was furnished for Mr. Lopez by W. 0. Chave, 192 East Twentieth street, New York, who supplied also the fronts for the adjoining ofllce of Bhlngler Bros., and for the' Firemen's Insurance office, nearly opposite. The front shows at each story three arched openings, of good proportions and adaptation; the llrst series is covered by hoods springing from carved trasses, with highly carved keystones; the second story lights art trimmed all round. All the open ings are furnished with elegant shutters and Bashings, with French plate glass. The street doors below, and the rear openings of the second Uoor, are furnished with the newly adapted iron revolving shutters, which, while elegant and con ven'ent, are secure against lire, weather, Ac. The feature Is on- ?liich bids fair to earn a general adoption in now build in* >- and improvements Willi us. The nnme " Courtenay " is well ent In block letters two feet high on the stone front, and between the first and second stories; the pediment above, in addition to appropriate orna mcr tation, is graced and finished wi'li a grouped symbol of bi ? . -. churls, maps, globs, Ac., cut in stone. If these exter n i indication- are not sufficient, the pa? or i>v may readily In ihat the " " * fer from the objects presented within, that the establishment is devoted to book- and stationery in all departments. The number of this new emporium of exchunga of letters is the classic numeral 9, significant of the Ifusea. As Courtenay A Co. aie never ashamed of their business, . nay A nor afraid to ^Lprtlse liberally and judiciously, it is needless OmiitC "" to add that in^W!Tcommodious and inviting reso'rt tliey will do even a larger nud better business than they enjoyed either at the "old rorner," or at the lately deserted "No. S." The greatest difficulty likely to beset them now will be in keeping llielr shelves filled, and in gelling Commodores Horry, Foster, Kwan, Turner, and others on the water line, to bring on sup plies fast enough to satisfy the demand of readers eager for ihp last new work Charleston, 3. C. Courier, Monday, June lfi. COUNTRY DRUGGISTS AND CONFECTIONERS.? Robins' patent soda fountains, Adapted to the smallest towns, Ami costs but forty dollars. The only fountain Which produces purs Sod i water Circulars giving n full description scut to any place. Address W. King, 1M William street, N. Y. CONSUMPTION. ? AN ITALIAN PHYSICIAN, WHO lias Hv?n! many years In Nice (a town la Italy where ail the European consumptives go during the winter* and while there having under his charge many eases of couaiinibtiun, bronchitis, coughs and general debility, has discovered a per maiienl cure for these distressing diseases. Dr. I,. will send ilie desired Information upon the receipt of $1. Address Dr. l-avarge, l'ost office, Baltimore, Md. flKRTAIN CURB. \J Dr. HAIUHT has discovered a vegetable compound which is curing all kind* of colds, coughs, asthma and con sumption. There Is uo medicine to e<;nul It in its astonishing r ii res. New Your, Jnn. 29, IfiSfl. Dr. Hatgiit?Pear sir?Having used your vegetable com pound, I was cured of a severe cough and pain m the chest. Yours, Ac., W*. it It OWN, corner Flllton and West sts. TV. 11 audit?Sir?Sultertng from a distressing cough, Ac., less thun one bottle of your compound entirely cured me. 8. H. Hmitii. 64'Stanton street. Dr. Haigiit?Sir?Dne bottle of your compound lias entirely en red me of a most distressing rough of tw o months' standing. Yours, gratefully, John H. Ham., 388 Washington st. I)r. Haigiit?Dear sir?I was entirely cured of a severe cold and rough, in a few days, by using 'your compound. Yours, Ar., ' James H?ucr>, 122 Essex street DOANK'8 COMPOUND SYRUP OF BLACKBERRY mot. tor nausea, vomiting, cramp, dlarrhm and dysen tery. This syrup lias been found unusually serviceable In the above cases. It Is very palatable, soothing, nourishing and ?i nic, making It quite a supporter of the system; is p irticular ly sulied to tdiildi en. especially In time oi teething, as it con otlns no anodyne. Prepared by J. Goodyear, Philadelphia. ! or sale by' Uonklin, Thirty fourth street and Broadway. Price 28 cents. DYER'S HEALING EMBROCATION. Having endured the ordeal of time, " o'er all the Ills of life victorious." continues to diiluse lis pain destroying, sooth ing and healing virtues. It performs uo miracles, hut silently enters the circulation, and expels the enemy. Old and chrome rheumatics must per severe; one bottle will not cure a complaint that has been seated for years, defying the skill of your doctors, lint a per s .-teni use'of the embrocation, with the Divine blessing, will accomplish nil that human agency can perform. Ii ufiords Instant relief In all those disorder! of the stomach leading to diarrhoea and cholera, weakness and debility, and pain, wherever seated, is banished by lis potent lnUaencc. Wounds, bruises, sprains, 8ore throat, ague, cramps. Piles, rheumatism, lumbago, Burns, scabl* and howel complaints, are speedily cured by Ita soothing, healing and pain destroying properties. It is the family medicine, always reliable. fold at retail j^y apothecaries In town and country. Wholesale at 64U Pearl street; Cllckcner A Co.; Charles H. Ring, and Barnes A Park. supplied cheap. k">K glasses framed to order. Peddlers Hundreds of men in this city have real ized fortunes by liberally advertising their business through the medium of newspapers, handbills, large posters, circulars, Ac. Every description of printing will be promptly and cheaulv executed at the Herald Job office. He who runs may read" the larobst posters and other bills daily printed at the Herald job office, corner of Fulton and Nassau streets, third story. "PISTOLS, PI8TOI4I, PISTOI.8.?001,T'S PISTOLS, ALL X sizes; revolvers of all kinds, double aud single guns, German and American platols. bowie knives, pocket cutlery, ?un wadding, ami every article in the aporting lino, for tale y A. w. HWIE8 A COf, 91 Maiden Lana. Type foundry, nos. 29. si a*? 88 bkkkman street. New Yorlt. The subscribemh ave always on hand nUheir United States Type Foundry, newspaper, book andjob fiWSs - J * ? * "-*?? 1 its of the various sizes snd styles of printing types, made of the licit metal. Thla sheet of the Herald la printed on t^pe east at their establishment, as well as that which h is beon 1 aside-snd In proof of the durability of typo manufactured at their foundry, ihe subscribers beg to state that the last dress of the Herald was furnished July 28, IH8&. and kept In constant u-e, with extras, and Including Sundays, until .lime IS, 1868. From ibis snd similar facta, olty and country prnpgetnrs of >wn calculations and conclusions. newspapers can make their own JAMES CONNER A SONS. The i.ady inquiring for wax matches and tapers, to lake In the country, t* Informed that she may find firm at groceries, druggist and flute ,v stores throughout the ham from R. B. WATMOUGIf, ' rlty. for they all buy thani from K. B. WATMOUGIf, whole sale dealer, No. 4 Murray street. VERONES' ELECTRO CHEMICAL BATII3.-DH. PRINCE, of Brooklyn, proprietor, and l>of. V RU< VNF.S, are In altendance at 710 Broadway. They guarantee to ours rheumatism, neuralgia, and all diseases arising from the Im prudent use of mercury or other metallic substances. Special department for ladlea. AvtMHnKinra. ltf'lBLOt'* gakdmm.? ^ minors open at 7, to commence at 6. Tickets .. Ftftr mala. T,^hTwoteriTW M'LLK ROBERT. vi|j;ifo HI;THKgBALLKT COMPANY. Frsnrsis .?? Godemki lac extraordinary evolution* on . THE TJ(ilfT ROPE. ??y J?**, Hengler, Andrtndie l.ebxxmu, M'JJe V. an J M. A. LfliMlVi, , V..,. ? i T,,K ?HKKMANH IlKBAM, by M lie Robert and tin- Ballet Troupe. GODKMKI; OU, THE SKATERS OF WILNA. Godenaki r!?KrM>ooia _ , j MISS KM*A STANLEY *?Oom ha* arrived, and will shortly appear. KELLER'S EMPIRE 11AI,?., _ " | ??? _ Mb Broadway.. V,J w *T *TT*A4jTJON_tAlJLKAC SOIREES. Fl/lt week nfthwaattat Magician, Hlg. Adonh. Sevrath week ot Mail iiue Lovaroy ami K. Stoepei. tvrfortnaaryal 8 o'clock. Tickets, 60 rent*. K IBLO'S GARDEN. ? , GRAND GALA NIGHT. HAT U It DAT. JUNE 28, 1866. Greas eonslsuatioii oC talent, w n . ?"'* W. K. BURTON, Mr. C'erge Jordan, Mr. CI. Waleot. "r* R'"'1. Mr. II. Russell, Mr. K. Lyaiar, Mr. Alleyne, Mr. The?M Raker Mr. MoDouaH, Mia* Rosalie Diirand, Kiss Raymond, *JP Mr*. Walcot, Ml** A. Walter*. Mra. Stephens. nimiri ekrbnadbrs-wbo abb wow on a roi hJnTuil "18 ?w"7 "y*"* their new and beautl H'^s' ?*><** a* i*t or Au 6rcKLM^L?.tow*,r' ,et" Awri7 loJAS FRENCH A DVEKTISEMENTS. TL SK THOUVE I'KUT-KTRE ENCORE DE NOS REST X (lent* France's qui ignorant .pie I'aMKRICAN WEEKLY 1 UhSh cat le mellleur journal de? Statu Unls; il so donne pour run?a un dollar par an. Ce journal public hehdoraodaire ttu coin iiord-ouest de Nnsau et de Fulton streets, possftde lino circulation immense; Cost done le pins uvantageux pour loR uotnmoB u utluircs, ot 1ms aunoncoA ue ho naicnt ouo ftO (?opts par If cue. On se charge dans Irs bureaux ue tout ce uul conccrne 1 lniprlmcrie & des prl* excesslrcmrnt moderes. ON DKMANDK?DANS UNE PETITE FAMILI.E, UNE peiaonne franfaiso, (Proteahinte,) qui *aeho parfaltement coudreet collier, aire do bonnes reference* on peut trouver unr lionne place rn a'adressant de suite an No. 229 West 34e rue, enlre la f e et Ue avenue. Ou douuc de bona gages. UNK DEMOISELLE FRANOAISE, RESIDANT DEPDIS quelque temps a New York, aachant parfattment collier, netiire trouver use place comme femme de ohatnbre, aupres il iiue famille qui retourneralt en Europe. Elle peut lournlr d excellentus recommendations. S'adres er A. I) 6(15 Broadway, de 10 brurcs dn matin 4 3 de l'uprcs mldi. ' ^ MUSICAL AND DANCING. <1:900 -l-IANO FOR SALE, ROSEWOOD, 6V~OC . tave, metallic frame, rich neautiful tone and vorr solid. cost f.M. Price $m Address box 143, Herald olDoe. A SUPERB 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD DRAWING ROOM I pianoforte for sale?Finished in the moat elaborate style* uonble finished nil round; cosily carved legs on both sides. To l)e described, must be seen. Has a -most exquisite tone and touch; lour months old; responsible warrantee far two years will be sold lor A'tlio cash. Please apply at 678 Sixth avenue' neur the Crystal Palace. Must be sold. BANJO.-NO DISAPPOINTMENT ; NO LEAVING pupils half an hour (which counts In the lossou) to atiend i<> customers. Itanio taught In every style. N. 11.?I was over 12 jears old when llrst established in 1S47. F RANK SPEED, it>6 Franklin street. IpCHOt HEART. LOUD AND CLEAR.?0111 SING ME U that song again. 'Twere double. EDEN. MUSIC ON THE PIANO ?A YOUNG LADY, LATELY Irom Cunada, competent to teach the above, 1* desirous ol procuring a few pupil*. Private tuition at cither her own or the pupil'* residence. For particular* apply at 564 Third avenue. EXCURSIONS. GRAND EXCURSION TO THE FISHING BANKS ON SundayjJune 2U.?The large, commodious and splendid sea steumer WASHINGTON. Ciq.1. George W. Sinters, wiU leave as lollows :?Atnos street ut ()?}. o'clock; Spring street, 7 0 clock; Itroome street, East river. V}. o'clock; Peck slip 7V o'dock; Fulton street, Brooklyn, 8 < olock; pier No. .1 North hot,,9 o'clock. Fare 25 cents each way. Refreshment*, bait, lincR, Ac., turniahed on board. Grand pio nic and cotillon excursion Tlui National American Association will have a grand ex cursion to Newark Jtay Grove on Monday, June 30. The spleu dlilsteamer Troy, with barges, and Wallace's superb brass end cotillon bands hare been engaged. Tills will be one ot the most pleasant, select and grandest alTnirs of (he sea son. Every American should boon hand. For full partic ular* ?ee advertisement In New York Expres*. ffO CHARTER FOR EXCURSIONS?THE LARGE AND 1 splendid steamer WASHINGTON, Captain George W SI tuer*. will be chartered, with or- whlioui barge* Parties wishing to charier would do well t* call before tn iking ar rangemcnt* elsewhere. Terms reasanable. Apply at 79 Reach street. A. A W. A. HITCHCOCK. 127 STREET. ONH JUSKS'"R*213?tsusJSSST "iSSSUSt 1S5 me nee at three In the aftennam, and at eight In the evening. PAUtSI OF ART, 94F BROADWAY COW. 7^ a JergeR exhlhlUon of finely finished photographs and dagaerrMtyue* tn the world; and la alwav* ooeefc^ifci free Inspection oFtk* pabllo. ^ "P"?fcrWg Tl'.u iNjS^ ,YOM.K ua.rmonic SOCIETY WIU. GIVE thinrj last soiree ol the season ou Monday evening, none St, at tkj'hr rnean, (l>n,lworth H,) (U6- Broadway. Pro gramme will be advorbied ou Monday. T"o ?APOLLO MUSEUM. 048 PEARL STREET, NEAR ,is 1^""' bf "Pen, on the 1st July, with a troupe 0 .o I* 1 ln ,l"? c,,y. with other entertain nn tils. 1 rlres <>l ailmjisloii will he 25c. and I2e. See bill*. Tukmanaukrs or exuiiutions, ac., ark noti ., rnrloa* fc>uuI* of new type and other material* ?Ve 1 ?f'AIy besnailded to the Herald Job printing ofiloe. 8-1 IS 811 dft?crll>U"o? of work doue on abori notice and roaaonable term*. TO LET?THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MUSIC, FOR one year, from the tic* day of October next, with the privilege of another year, ft>r OPERAS, CONCERTS, LECTURES AND BALLS. 1 .Xi Academy Is well s w ked with scenery, painted by A1 O'grl; aUo heba riKun tloor, and splendid decorations fo, balls, to which will be ad led a new saloon, one hundred and u*n fi'ttt long, fur bvtlJ purjxMcji. To au entenirlslng Kmpreuarlo this house ofiera great In ducemem*. It can be demonstrated, by the experience of th. present Reason, that the houae can be let forlialls, Concerts ?md U-ctures, on the utahi* when there is no jkerformanos ol Opera, for at h*asi one half of the amount of the yearly rent re quired by the Directors For terms, apply by letter lo the sub Miriber, ri Mall sireet. .1 AMES Pi) ALKN, President. FIRBWOKKB. E DUE'S FIK9T P11 KM IU M COT.ORP.D BRILLIANT fireworks. laboratory. North Point. .Jersey City, N J. Orders for the above works should be addressod to J. U. A I. EDUK, Jr., Jersey City, or to THOMAS DVNKIfi. Pole Agent, No. 10 Maiden lane, N. Y.. where samples of exhibition pieces, also every varlctj of sa.e work, suited to storekeepers' sales, surli aa crackers, torpe does, rockets, randies, Sr., Ac., Ac., may Mlound. i.onds delivered to any purl of the city or at any .if the rail rri or steamboat gtatlons, tree of expense. The i.arokst description or posters and other hills for fireworks, Ac., eon be executed on short notlee, on apiilicatlou at the job office, third story, Herald Buildings. R1KDICAT*. An experienced physician has discovered n mlractikms Injection, entirely new, hnrmlc? as water It * ell ; will enre every esse of certain disease, In from three lotive days, whether acute or chronic; sent by express to any address In the oily or Stales for J:! only . Physician* supplied on re a tonable terms. Address P. it., M. D., Broadway Post office, box 40. Keep tlila lor reference. DR. LaUMOXT'S PARIS AND LONDON MKDICA1 Adviser and Marriage (iitlde 2tlUi edltlnn, MM) pages, HA electintyped Ulnatratlons. c.otli, $1. It gives the advertised remedies, snd shows the superiority of the author's Pant and London treatment of oertahi dlseusos. Also nervous debl lily, local and general, from excesses and Indiscretion, Ao <le cures all such disesses at U2Meroer street, corner of Bp ring, opposite 81. Nicholas Hotel, from 10 A. .11. Ull 9 In the evening. Trentment by letter and express. Wo recominand l)r bar moMt to the afflicted. Courier dus Ktats U nis, Spurt* Ze.ltnng. DR. COOPER, 14 DUANK STREET, MAY BR COM suited privately on diseases. The victims of misplaced confidence can call on him with the certainty of baing radical]* cured. Charges moderate. N. B.?No fee til] cured. DR. RAl.Pn.?OFFICES #4.'t HOUSTON, NEAR WOOS ter. houra 9 to 12 A. M , 6 to 9 P. M., Sundays exeepled All getiito urinary alto female and all abrouio complaint# successfully treated. Address, by latter, box <v>9 Post office. D R. COBBETT, 19 DUANR STREET, MEMBER OF THR N. Y. University, may be consulted privately on diseases Twenty -seven years exclusively In his speciality enable hint to make permanent euros. See Dr. C.'s diploma In bis office. DR. WARD'S UNFORTUNATE'S FRIEND-AND other unrlvHlledjemedles, srrest the ravages of disease, mi (rightful If allowed Jo extend, and shortly eradicate all the poisonous virus. <Jro?t attention to ei -h case andaquick cure warranted. To the ladles. Dr. Ward's periodical pills nri -recommended a* sn Infallible remedy tn monthly Irregu jarltlcs. Office. BO Canal street. Important to females-diseases of females exclusively treated bv Dr. DUBOIS. Remedies for female derangements, from |1 to tf> Relief guaranteed In all catea Conaultattons and letters strictly confidential. Patients from a distance provided with board, nursing and exclusive attend once. Office No. 19 (sixty nine) West Fifteenth strain, N. Y. PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS.?DR. WATSON HAf for a long series of years confined Ms attention to dts eases sf a certain class, tn which he has treated not leaa than twenty thousand cases, without an Instance of bill ore. The rem cotes are mild, and there Is no Interruption to business m change of diet I)r. Watoon is tn constant attendance from 5 tn 'hs morning until 9 at night, at his nonsuiting rooms and l islilamU) H Walker street, a few doors west of Broadway. WILLIAM WATSON, M. D? formerly surgeon to the Lock Hospital, RICORD'S PR A CTTTCK.?DR. C. D. HAMMOND, FOR msrly a pupil with Rleord, of Perls, and with Dm. Oar no han and Mo*. of this eltr. may he consulted fhr the cure c< so imporSat class of liseases. Including those sf thathroal snd limgs, at h1a medical and surgical rooms, Hfi Broadway, dolly, from H to 1, and from 8 to cM o aioofc. Ha tenders id the afflteiad positive aasaranse of roliet TreaUnsnt also bf eUsr, snd medicines sent. OdosmKoJsds ^Fgsueai^ ^ OPECIAL MEDICAL NOTICB-D*. k a JOUNgo; ^ reoinvvl?Office 480 Broadway, N. Y ? Ik upwards sf vht bend red oaaea during ?hs past year, mnov of Ike most -Hoots ana terrible nature, he has had tba sotttfastion ef *tt i-stsg toll and perfecveursa. Strang### son be referred 'a mar Sf them. If dssfred Bneouronad bv Mi silraordftiary l., ess be still apnfidently tnrOss IM p shits patronage. fa Irs to valuable method Ibr treating ail dlsoaasa aeg aired by 1m orndrncsi exposure or asulest, iters Is n? humbug. This has Men thoroughly tested. ? B-Ys ths Mdlsa -fn curing .he many distressing eoutplolala to which the sex la suhjes* be in neitknown. Geufirol diseases, spaolal trrsualaritiea and as nhgtruoHena samoved by ms0fc>al or surgfssl treatment Oniv venlent rooms forniehad during tllnese a) his hmita. OonaaJ. lotions. either in person or by mall, strietJy oon Aden Hal. E. 0. JOHNSON operating phyUolaa. AITTTSV1' BMW, RR^J?WAI TH?AT?"S \ *aimhal? Lmmn fJ, 1*nd gentlemen of the dramatic and ??,^r* w1th th? undenteaaT !" ^UUon the summer or wtoler neanona 5tuTfi2: *ilrT . ,5 * ?lake, Hoiomco, -"i^wTr rS??T - ???n*w*re4 in due oourso of oeeeT^l. Spectfullv negative. ???? arara bttw Yoke, June 84. um TJU!iI2N!2' cnA*B&*8 STREET?SUMMER ll?ian? <r.,T??H?.. ?" *""" ? ? , &?n,A.?^rllu .V.'.V.'.V. * ^ * b' r??af Cobu. Yerka ?K .*?*' Aiei. ^mLSSSS Thomas THB HKCK^ l>uputa... Mr! iiuaaj Vaiari', Mr ni'Jf g*pw, y?h?sei.g BBnAP^AI.74K^I3 ?o- ?n broadwat^ S: ??^sa??.sts?a n.-uaar"-v??*? oasr ? WOOD A MABHH JTTVgKTI.M V <j ""TTSS UHAtKin. Tbund.y, brlilay ami Saturday? THB LOAM ok a lover. To eonelode with 1^ Prtoel'taJ characters by MaMarufir., Utile Mary aad oom">ene8* ?* 8 o'clock; aad i ""'"V StageManager ~ ? Oa* week mo^,OPUIf ***?**:" THE MIBCJTIETOUS MONKEY, "c Msnk.y ?!*! ^ ^ ^ ^ Admlaalon !*^0e ~7!?! ?UrUto "** rt*e ?*'* "DOWKET THKA1RK.-IJC881UC AND MAMAUBR room oa Thursday, 2*h SE^t ? ? T. i-arcg. Prompter. ES"V / TliiNl.SK BUILDINGS, 0.19 BROADWAY HRUCK'H GIGANTI^Ha'^^AVioNa 01 n|AN WAK. OF THB EOT a . niArt n Ail. Open eveeyevening. at 7K; commencing at A N B ? i^^a4"""1, 26 ehtWrau, 12k cents o'clock. i Performance every Saturday, at B, rpHE CELEBRATED EOYPTIaN MBSRUM?NHVBmL cm adVu^'?? SWUfEH KESOKTN, A MKRTOAN HOTEL, AT RK.'HKIELD SPK7NO?nFnrr*' "Vl' l?"?. aboundSli wiih tiKh! ^are ,? hour a ride. A line of stages tfurV UerftinS? d ill) on the atnval of the corn. The sulphur water of thl large"*laSs of cli'rnidr a ?nd highly recommended for a elaw,?' chronic and cutaneous dTs-uses Tunas mods "l,? WILLIAM V. JOllN.sijjt, l'roprlew! "I>AY Hir.I, COTTAOK, SOUTH AMIIOY N t thib OLIYKR COX. CTOLl MBIA SPRINGS HOUSE?FOUR MILI'S NORTH J ol the city ol Hudson?Is now open for the reception 2 rl'or^oanv frft^Pf?|W"r ,luithe wa"*r al these springs aupa rior to an> in tixj StHle for the cure of u!l eriintioim nt ikA .kin or impurities oftl.e bloo,l.__K B. N ASH. Cprle^r ("ovs!,:TffK UNrHSRSrONED FfAVfNU \J leaned the new and Kplondid lu4-;l, aituated at M intAVAM. h,J/rutr wiI1 i,e 1 im gueiiwon the JOth of June. Location otuoirpaMiod' nnltMirfirf p nr'fc",n:nTirp,>,rl,i'!"' ,lnr"hh^K'TSJ? th. s'tatB' "i'ha m i V" ",|"T.i"r M a .'ttutner resort to any la tn?. h'ate. 1 he Hue steamer Reyoort, Cupt. Arrow*mith win b'a? of Murray struct daily, at toUuk r Tr eilili Pir 's "1 'Hn(iin^ "l 1,18 ?hon; place. Fat Lirina applir Htm?e y' ' ',l888k?r Street, or at the (.'litTvrosS """"j ALBERT l'ORTKR. ProprotorT^ DEUOHTFUL SUMMER RETREAT.?A NEW HOUSE J"4'fl""bed expresaly for a summer boarding house, to li'i'n!El B i 7' *"ollV suoids on the banks of the beau* iXmi Hi j a,^?!lt * milf* north of the railroad ata S 1'if I u n' ' '' be cars leave fool of Atlaa n aHnn ?|'yn" f1 ? ''lo<,k A.M., and arrive at lsxkelaad 2 ? 12 **?;. ?"other train leaves at ,'4 before 4 P. M aad arrlt c? at Lakeland soon alter 6. A train leaves lakeland to 1-iS^' ?f a a \e" ? Brooklyn at 8; another train leaves to ^rfthZES.1?. icentr^^ i^^i jJ'rf^ly heaUhy; no epidemic toufm\ >< tn known within twenty mi Ira. For furthrr uirtioulAra oa?m. W,iL1,? Wfulton "^U^yTkttl F^inJ?^* H(IVSJ?.~THH DBDERSIONBD RERPEOT fully Inform* hia frlenda, patron., and the travailing nuh I he ^?kI^t?Ar K,Wu" up lh<* B?n8??8 Uotui^VuA ??y f ^ *f twelve years, anil that ha has erected a nets' hlfli wlucb, from I us cxperlouco in the buto TvItr'^rJ^. T w1" ?'""tly meet the wants of his guaato. sssass:ai' Wswrosr, June 11, lMfl. uaaakb. T AKE MOHEOAN HOUSE?SITUATED FOUR Vim Jones,"It" Broa7wnya,Th>' "a^W. PA LM ER^ Proprietor.^* Lebanon sprinob, new yore ?this rtsmnvi ble watering place! ColumbUt, IX JtSStS'Jt panh of acconinuMlating flutljtersnits, are now open amf reads eiptlon of permanent boarders and riaiteri. The kiuulw House Is sltiiated only one huxnlred yards from the ?e* t ,.^4 fronting on the sea :?S) fuel, and will arcomm^da^ tlwee h Ji fXSsKs.5" "? i? _y ? ,. ? summer Neai?on. KKNNKDY Jk iu\ i >??1rfef?rP' ^n,nerg f-hrtstophsr hu?1 Ocean w<t*l i JfiV . i r'n? ^nc'1, ^rom foot of J my And RoMnson nirnnm i dally; anil Laura, from Robinson street, daily, at 3^ p. ' THE,rROrR/.lCTOB OF T"K AMERICAN HOTEL A* 1 Kingsion l l.icr county, N. Y., offers the best or ae?Z moilntlon4, tor IsmlHcs nad single Kemlemen, on the moat rea. t'liable term* 1 he house i? iileasantly situated a few mdM llhJl flTia "r'Kbliorhood of the CaUkUl mnut talns, In the most picturesque part of the country. AddruM tnnrics btei hens, American Hotel, Kingston UiatS county. ?a ? """w ^11 be pa\n.ioN iiotel, port w tsiirNiiTnis and lamra leave the pier at fwt of Robinson mr^daliy * OILS. If BROKEN K OQA? L fit axrt.os.t a, deetired b) imU DU. CBH<<YB1<II ILLUMINATING OIL The advantages possessed by this nil are.? 1. The Intensity of tb<- light produced. I. It Is not explosive. 3. It will remain fluid when the bent sperm oil hu cow gealed. 4. It* unrivalled economy. $4 In worth of kerosene giving ax much light aa f'nf rapsaeed all, #12 of wflalo, Utt flc sperm oil, or J'.ll of burnlnfluid Thla oil burn* In all the argnnd button top lamp*. Including eamphene and aylvlc oil lamp* without lite usual tendency ta ?moke. Kr.noer.NB \jthiIICaTI1I0 thi.?The effect of thla oil on ma chinery 1* found to be prr^c'l.v magical; it remove* the gnn* caused by the use of Impure n-|* wear* equal to die beat ?perm oil, and doea not enng. ?l at a low temperature H bum* magnificently in all the *<<Jar blnnacje and hand tamper aim), Id signal and buw-aprii lantern* The alien lion of engi neer*. ship owner*, ship captain* "htp aupoly men and others t* oartlcularly requested to the oertlttcaP a to be seen at the office of AUSTENS, Age*ts for toe Keroaene OU Company, No (iff heaver street .hew York. ASTROLOGY. Astonishing to all.?mad a me morrow trua past, preeeut and future vveota eo true that eh* aatootabaa all who visit her. She will eveu tell tin vary thought*. Kha ahowa the likeneaa of the Intended huabai d aud absent frlsada, andcaueea speedy marriages, who will all enjoy happiness soil good luck through Ufa. Thousands have < (tircaaad their bailaf that she la the moat wonderful astrologlat It. ihe world, or that ever waa known. No charge If not eat tailed Geutlifmen ad adcnlttad. 76 Broome street, between Cannon end Columbia. CARD.-MADAMK PRKWHTKR RETURN* TH ANKS TO her friend* and patrons, said begs to say hat. alter th* thousand*. both In thla ally nnd Fhlladalphla, who have oon Hulted her with entire satisfaction, < he n-cla confident that ka thu questions of astrology, love and law rustlers, and books ar oracles, aa relied on constantly by Napoleon, she tuts no eqiuA She will tell the name of the future husband, and also tha name of her visiters. 373 Bowery, between Fourth and FIRM streets. CELESTIAL PHILOSOPHY?PROFKSHOR WILSON the celebrated astrologer, Just returned from Europe, ma lie consulted on the past, present and future events or llm, ar 20ft llroome street, near Norfolk. Pee?Ladies, to cents; gen tlrmen, $1. LAIRVOYANCR ?ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. DYSPEP v sla, diseases of the heart, liver and kidneys, and all female complaint*, soon eared (If cnrahle) by Mrs. II WAS, the beat clairvoyant in America. No charge (remember! unless satis ilciL^^ncers cured without the knife. MADAM BALDWIN WILL LRA VK THE CITY IN A short time, and all who wish lo consult her on Ihe events of life will do well by calling soon at 161 Lauren* street, third floor, room 11. lilies 25 cent* Gentlemen 50 cents. Nhn Insures speedy marriage. Charge extra. Matrimonial.?epgenia yollantr will, upom receipt of 25 cents, or Its equivalent In stamps, send a delineation of a person a character from specimen of hand writing; past, present and future destiny, suceeaa In Journey^ lawsuits, Ar. Address, with return postage. Post office c Mrs. gioni, the great healing medium, exit be consulted at Iter residence, 16 Pueman street. llnxJc lyn, at all hours through the day, where she makes am nam ing cures. XtATUBAL MAGIC AND TWfTRILOQUISM.- niH jy Fakir of Slum having retirad hla profcaalort, wjf tend Bi#r<)etlon? by mall to anv parson desirous of learning fb* above -vonderfrl art* Terms very low Address Fakfe; of otam. care at Prof YaDa. Na 91 Bkrkar fk. Philadelphia. Natural maoic and ventriloquism.?tor Fakir orfWsm having retired from hla profeaaion, will now semi instructions by mall lo any purson ileairuiM of learn - ipg tbe above wonderful arts Terms reduced lo t'A fur veu trfloqiilsUL >6 tor natural msglo, or IT for both Addrasa Faktrof slam, cara of Profswor vallo, Bather street, Phi ladelphia.