Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 16, 1861, Page 7

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 16, 1861 Page 7
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, SHIPPING. nriHE BRITISH AND NORTH A Mi.Kit IN ROYAL MAIL J. STEAMSHIPS. KHOJI NKW YOKk T<) UV ..Kt'OOL. Chief Cabin Pussugo $130 Second Cabiu Passage 75 _ KKOM UUHTOM TO UVKKfOOI.. Chief Cabin Passage $110 Second Otblu Passage 00 The ahj|w from Now York call at Cork Harbor. The ahi|? from Boston call at Halifax and Cork Harbor. PERSIA, Captain .hidkius. AFRICA, Captain Shannon. ARABIA, Cap!aiu ,1. Stone. CANADA, Captain J. I.eitch. ARIA, Captain E. 0. Lott. AMERICA,Captain Hockloy. AU8IRALASIAN, NIAGARA, Captain Moodle. CaniainOJok. Ei IROPA, Captain Anderson. SCOTIA (now building). Those vessels carry a clear white light at masthead; (Teen on atarboard bow; red on port how. AFRICA, Shannon, leaves New York, Wednesday, Aug. II EUROPA, Anderson, " Boston, Wednesday, Aug. 21 PERSIA, Judkins, ? New York, Wednesday, Aug. 28 CANADA, Moodie, " Boston, Wednesday, Sept. 4 ASIA, Lott, " New York, Wednesday,Sept. II ' ARABIA, Stone, " Boston. Wednesday,Sept 18 AFRICA, Shannon, " New Y'ork, Wednesday,Sept 25 Berths not secured until paid lor. An experienced surgeon on board. The owucrs of these ships w ill not bo accountable for Cold, Silver, Bullion. Specie, Jewelry. Procious Stones or Metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, ami tho value thereof therein expressed. For freight or iwssage apply to E. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling tiroeu. STEAM WEEKLY BETWEEN NEW YORK AND IJVKRpool, landing and embarking paesougers at QueensIowa (Ireland). The LWer|iool New York aud Phlladolphia Steamship Company intend despatching their fUU rv?v. vuw uwuv iruu SIC11M1,-I:1| S Um 1'OlloWS:? KANGAROO, Saturday, August 17. ETNA, Saturday, August 24. KDINBllH.ll. Saturday, Augu-1 HI. And every Saturday at noon, from pier 44 North rivor. imtkx or I'akx.ai>k. first cabin $75 | steerage f-10 Do. to Umdou 80 1 IKi. to London 33 Do. to Paris 85 j Do. to Paris H8 Do. to Hamburg... 85 Do. to Hamburg .. 30 Passengers arc alsojforwuraed to Havre, Bremen, Hotterdam, Antwerp, Ac., at equally low re' , Persons wishing to bring out their friend.-; con buy ticketa here at the following rates, to X< a York:?From 14 erpool or Qupenstown, Ilrst cubin, $75, $85 mnl 105. Steerage from I.i ver|xx)l, $40; from Qm n.-town, #30. These steamers have superior uce cumoduHoiut for passsngcre, ami carry eximrienced surgi 'in?. Tbey are built in water tight iron sections, and liuv isil< ut lire auuihilutors on bourd. For further information apply at th company's offices. JOHN G. DAIJS, Agent 15 Hroadway, N. Y. TjjlOB SOUTHAMPTON AND HA Villi On Saturday, August 17. the United : ,t? s Mail Steamer FULTON, WoiTOjt, GeUlllliUider, trill sail from Pier No. 37 North Itivsr, foot of Beach Btrcot, on Saturday, August 17, at toon. This stcuiuor, unsur|iassed Tor safety and comfort, has double engine* under deck, enclosed i>> water light comportments, which, besides other res ills, tend,In the event Of collision or stranding, to koop the pumps free to work, 1 and secure the safety of vessel and passt ugerg. For freight or passage apply to The steamer AKAGO will sail .September 14. ! QTKAM TO HAMBURG, HAVItK, LONDON AND I jj Southampton. The Hamburg American I'ucket Company's iron steam- 1 Ship BAVH'.'A, E Mcjor commander, carrying the United Stales mail, will leave lrom pi r 21 North river, foot of Fulton stroct, SATURDAY, August 24, at noon, for Hamburg, via Southampton, taking passengers for Havre, Loudon, Southampton aud Hamburg. First cabin. $lwt), second cabin. $00; steerage, $35. The Steamnrs of this line will leave every altcruato Saturday, carrying the Uuited States mail. The Steamship Tuutouia will succeed tho Bavaria on September 7. C. a RICHARD & BOAS, 151 Broadway. FT1HE NORTH GERMAN LLOYD'S STEAMSHIP BRK I men, 11. WesseU commander, carrying the Unitel States mail, will sail from pier 30 North river, foot of Chambers street, on SATURDAY, August 81, at 12 o'clock M., FOR BREMEN, VIA SOUTHAMPTON, 'taking passengers to I LONDON, HAVRE, SOUTHAM1TON AND DREMEN, at the follow ing rates:? For the first cabin, $100; second cabin, $00; steerage, $36. For freight or passage apply to _ OKLRICUS & CO., 68 Broad street. j aTtOR LIVERPOOL. ?TAPSCOTT'S LINE.?THE PACKET J} ship ROBERT L. LANE, bring detatued on account of the woathor, will sail this day; room for n few more BssseDgers, taken in the second cabin ut steerage rates. Apply op bgnrd at pier 6 North river, or to TAPSCOTT At CO., 86South street. FOR LIVERPOOL.? DREADNOUGHT LINE.?THE splendid clipper ship VICTORY, Captain Ainrworth, Mils on Saturday, 17th of August (la-1 passage 15 days). $\)r passage,lowest rates,apply on 1 i.ard.pler No. 6 North river or to P.- M. DEMAKE-T, 40 South street. fOR LIVERPOOL.?TATSCOTrs LINE.?SAILS, AUG. 10, the pr.ekel ship DAVll) HOADI.EY, lying at pier S8 East river. For passage (at low rates) or drafts un any part of Great Britain or Ireland apply to TAPSCOTT A 00., 86 South street. "*77OR LIVERPOOL?THOMPSON'S LINE.?THE STAR JBj OF THE WEST, at pier 38 East river, sails Tuesday, August 20. The JERfflMAH THOMPSON, nt pier 40, Angust 80. This splendid ship Las made two voyages iu Succession this year in sixteen days. Apply on board or t ttao office 273 Pearl street. "J710R LIVERPOOL.?SECOND CABIN PASSAGE AT JD the lowest steerage rates. Three or four passengers 'wishing to sail this day will please apply immediately to the ageut for tho owners. J>. Mcl'HEHSON, Corner of Greenwich street anil Battery. FOR LIVERPOOL.?BIACK BALL LINE OF PACKETS.? The clipper ship GREAT WESTERN, hauls into the river this day and sails to-uiorrow. Fur passage, apply on board, foot of Bookman street. East river, or to JACOB "WILSON, 108 Foutti street. FOR LIVERPOOL.?OLD BLACK STAR LINE.?THE packet ship HHMHPHERE, lying at pier No. 27 East river, sails on tho 20th August. Passenger will be takeu in her fine poop cabin at steerage rates. The splendid -dipper ship ADELAIDE sails on the 27th August. Apply to WMXIAM3 & GUION, 40 Fulton street. .TTIOR LIVERPOOL.?OL1) BLACKSTAR LINE?THE Jj favorite packet ship THORNTON, lying at pier No. ST Eaat river, hauls into the stream this forenoon, at 10 o'clock, and goes to sea to morrow noon. For passage or drafts on Ireland, Ac., apply to WILLIAMS A GUION, 40 Fulton street. T7IOR LIVERPOOL.?THE SHIP CARAVAN, CAPTAIN _T Sands, will sail on Saturday, August 17, having splendid accommodations for all classes of passengers. For rates of passage apply on board ship, pier 14 East river, pr to JOSEPH MURPHY, 01 South street, near Wall St. fir LINE FOR LONDON.?SAILS AUGUST 22?THE J[\_ favorite packet ship DANIEL WKBsaHt, lying at pier 10 East river. For passage, at low^rates, or Drafts on any-part of Great Britain or Ireland, apply to TAP^COTT*CO., 86 South street. iTTIORX'iJFORNIA, VIA PANAMA^ UP A flrSl elites steamer will leave New York on the Et, 11th and 21st of each month, except when these dates fkll on Sunday, when the day of dei>arturc will bo on tho Monday following. For freight or passage apply at the only office, No. 6 Bowling Groom D. B. ALLEN, Agent. " A USTRALIA I10NEER LINE. CARRYING THE UNITED A States Mail.?Extreme clipper ship SHAWMl'T,at pier 10 East river, will be despatched for Melbourne August 17. Has unsurpassed acoommodat ions for llrst cabin passengers. R. W. CAMERON, 90 Beaver street. OR HAVANA VIA KEY WEST. The completely armed United States mall 6tcamsliip MARION, Captain J. D. Phillips, Will positively leave pior No. 4 Noi tli river, on Saturday, August 17, at 4 o'clock P. M. precisely, for Havana, touching at Key West to land passengers and mails. For freight or passage apply to St'OrypRD, Tii.KrfTON A CO., 29 Rroadwny. J}?R fArE MAY AND PHILADELPHIA. FARE: Cape May, cabin $2 00 Philadelphia . 2 00 i Do., steerage 1 50 The large aud commodious sea steamers DELAWARE J. P. Johuson, commander. BOSTON A. C. Crooker, commander. One of the above will leave pior 14 North river, every Tuesday,Thursday aud Saturday, at 5 o'clock P. M. 1 Returning, will leave Philadelphia same days, at 9>; O'clock A. M. Freight received till 6 o'clock P. M. For freight or passage apply on board, or to , FREDERIC PERKINS, Agent, pier No. 14. ft* ~ Rtn.nntnN. SttUDSON -RIVER RAILROAD.?TRAINS FORALBANY, * * Troy, Clio North and West, leave Chambers street ?17 and 11 A. M., and 8:30, 3 and 10:15 P. M. ISEW YORK, H\ltLEM AND ALBANY RAILROAD? 1^1 For Albany, Troy, North and West?Summer arrangement, cmnieucing Monday , May 27,1801 :?11 A. M. fistexpress train, from Twenty .sixtli stroot station,for FUllamsbridgo, White Mains, Croton Falls, Dover Plains and all local trains. Sco tim? table. r JOHN BVRCHILL,Superintendent. J^TEW YORK AND NEW IIAVEN RAILROAD. NOTICE. On and after Moudav, August 19,1861, The 3:15 P. M train _ Out of New York, for Boston, Will bo changed, And leave at 3 P. M. JAMES H. HOYT, Suporitendent. L Waw York, August 13,1861. OCKAW.VY ACCOMMODATION?THE OLD SOUTH CM\, Ferry Route.?The cars of the Brooklyn Central fiatiiaica Railroad leave South forrv,llrooklyu, direct for {Jamaica and Rockaway duily, connecting at Jamaica with the Rockaway Union line of stages, as follows.?at 8:45 IDd 9:46 A. M., and at 3:16 aud 4:16. P. M. Returning, (hostages leave Rockaway, connecting at Jamaica with the cars at 6:45 and 8:15 A. M., mid at 2:15 and 3:30 P. M. Sunday trains from South ferry leave at 7:4o and 8:45 ft. M.. and 5:45 P. M. Returning, stays leave Rockaway ht 6 P. M. Through fare Co cents. Doughty A Abram's Kockawuv bu 'gage express will lako baggage to and from nny part of Brooklyn or New York, incuuoclion with thil J BOAHDIMU AND LODNINM. A HANDSOME SCR or ROOMS ON TSK SECOND "1 floor, cotituluiiiK Kuo, Lot aud cold water, and bath J room adjoining, wodld bo lot, with full or partial lionnl, to T gentlemen or u small family; no other boarders. Rofo N rentes required. Inquire ui isi Lexington avenue, third ~ house above Thirty eighth street. | A FEW ELEGANT ROOMS, IS SUITS; AlitO SINGLE ?l Rooms, lu Aue order, with flrst class Board; loom b tion pleasant and desirable, between Broadway and f ilth B avenue. Apply at 19 University pktce, corner of Ninth ~ street. 1 A LADY, HAVING TAKEN THE FIRST CLASS HOUSE u 111 See, n | .,v -trie, vomer of Seventh streetI, has n ? .it. dmig, iujii ii?o some single Rooms, to disjxiseor. Call pi Ht house, or address box 11.383 Post office. A FURNISHED ROOM TO I.CT?TO A GENTLEMAN ?J midwife or single gentleman. Call ut 311 Twentythird strevt. fa . r? A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN UNO A BKAUTI- ~ ful front Room, unfurnished, on second U'?>r, with "N pantries and privute butlt: nbio, other pleasant Rooms for -i single gentlemen, with lull or |Mirlial Hoard, ut 153 Bloeck *1 er streot, corner of Thompson. J,"'1 A PRIVATE FAMILY WIIJ, LPT A Sl'tT OF UNFUR. '>(] J\ nished RiHints, with Hoard; house modern, locution unexceptionable; terms moderate. For |>urticulurs vul! ut or address 408 West Twenty-third street, immediately. -4A ICEIV GENTLEMEN CAN HE ACCOM Ml'DA TED V with, good Boaru uud pieusunt Rooms by applying ':i1 at 17 Cliaritou street. VtiKNTi.KM.vS AND WIFE. 08 SINGLE GENTLE- X nu'n wishing pleasant rooms, in u tirsl rla-s house, Vl' ut moilerute rules, ,?u apply ut ill East Fourteenth 1)1 street, between University place and Fifth avenue. Refereuees exchanged. X A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A FINELY FURnished Room to a geutlemuu, with breakfast if do- l'' sired, or to a gentleman and Ids wile, ii suit, w tth Hoard, could bo hud if able uod w illing lo puy lor llr.-t elu.-s ac- w* coiuiuislulious. Applv ut 00 West Twentieth street. K ? uu A PLEASANT FUR ST.-it El I FRONT ROOM TO I.ICr? to j\. To a ludy and gentleman, with or without Hoard Tor ,w laov; would uucommodute u single lady ,gu -. Iiuth, plenty o. cb>set room mid u.-o of piano. Terms moderate Ap- I ply ut 136 Greene street, for one week. mi A PRIVATE FA MB. V WILL LET A FURNISHED J* Room to two single gentlemen, who would room together, at $3 per week each: loctitiou first class, house "u wiiii tii.uioi-ji Improvement*. Call at 331 West Thirty- _ tirsl street, between Eighth nnd Ninth avenues. 1 VT GREATLY RFCi iT> PR1CIN?NEWLY FURNISH oil Rooms, from JI to $3 50 per week. Lodginus w" | from 25 to87 cent.i per night, at the FlaukJ.ut House. av! corner of Franklnrt ui.d William streets. <o nil night. " VVKRY HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT BOOM, -I lirst lloor, to lot, with breakfast if degircd, to single hlr j geuLlcmeu itl ilio private residence No 27 l'iast fifteenth __ struct, Urst house Fast of Union square. 'I A STRICTLY PRIVATE FAMILY, OONSJSnNG OK J"" 1 few persons, living iu good style iu Brooklyn, would accommodate a gentleman and lady, or a few single ' ^ gentlcmon, with Board; house contains all the modern _ I Improvements, attd is pleasantly located. Residence I J ascertained by Inquiring ol' Mr Basset, druggist, corner of J* \ Court and Atlantic strecls, Brooklyn, or by addressing II., 1' 1 i?"v 221 Herald offloe. *3 A SMALL FAMILY AV1 I.I. JUNTA FEW ROOMS. T j\_ singly or in suit, with board. Forties desiring u -* pleasant agreeable home may call at 511 Fust Tweutletl/" " , street, between Broadway and Fourth avenue. A T THF. LARGE FIB8T CLASS DOUBIM HOUSE. 127 rr J\_ llleecker street, wa st ol ami near lir. a Iwav Hoard I at summer prices. Rooms large, cool and airy, in suits ,-r or single. Modern Improvements. Board really lirst , class. The cheapest place in the city for tlio style and !:,v quality of what is offered. "0| A gentleman and wife, or two or three ~ single goutlemeu, can ho nci'otuin.slate<t with plea- V' I soil Rooms, on second II-or, with Board, in a private * family. Reference required. Apply at No. 127 Wist Six- .' , teenth street. ^ A DELIGHTFUL LOCATION.?ROOMS, IN SUITS OR separately, for famlltes or gentlemen, with full or \j partial Board; house Urst ( lass. Apply at No. 220 Fourth * street, Washington square. Strangers not wishing to go *'J to hotels can Und pleasant accommodations at reasonable ^.() prices. I A GENTLEMAN ANU WIFE OR A PARTY OF SINGLE ? gontletnen can he handsomely accommodated in a y private family, where there are but few hoarders, hv applying at 229 West Twentieth street, opposite St. Peter's rp| church. Dinner at 6X o'clock. n. V GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. HAVING NO CHILDREN, . wish Board in a private family. Ideation between V Amity and Eighteenth street, wet of Broadway. Ad * dr. stating terms, &c.,T. M. E., Heruld office. HO| .4 SI IT OK FINK LARGE PAUL'>KS?WITH LARGE j\_ balcony extension, large mirrors, Ac.. either fur- " nished or unfurnished. to let to gentlemen, at 14 Ninth __ street; also, a single Room, gas, haih, Ac. ^ A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WISH BOAKI) IX A 1'RITate family only, and where no other boarders are i,a taken; n good sized Room, full Hoard for lady and partial for gentleman, required; must be in New York, and wc-d aide preferred, for whieli $s per week will be promptly 0 paid. Address, with full particulars, Edge wood, box 119 or Herald olllce. tie AT THE LARGE DOUBLE BROWN STONE RESIDENCE, No. 22 tost Fourteenth street, near University f place.?Handsomely furnished Rooms. in suits and single; 0 bath rooms and all the modern imjirovemouts Persons at wishing first class bourd are invited to call and examine, ha References required. ? Board?on west hobokkn nii.i.. for a gen- 5 tleman and wife (terms moderate). with pleasant nu Rooms on second floor. Situation very desirable; loca- foi tion healthy, with line view of river and bay. and of easy ra access to "the city. Inquire in styre 00 Eighth avenue, ooraer of Horatio street. fy Board.?a gentleman and wife or two single n< persons can have Board, with pleasant Rooms, 11 r having gag, bath, Ac., at 48 East Sixteenth street, near fr< Union square. Terms $8 to $15 per week, according to ? rooms desired. f BOARD.?GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES OR <;a single gentlemen can obtain neatly furnished Rooms, in, with Board,?t No. 5 West Washington plaro; also a suit fa of Parlors to let, with or without Board. The location is te very pleasant, being directly opposite the Washington ? Parade Ground. J BOARD.?GENTLEMSK AND TI1HR WIVES OR8INGLE su gentlemen ran obtnm neatly tarnished Rooms, with o" Board, at 218 West Fifteenth street; also a suit of Par- ? lot's, unfurnished, on the first floor, to let. with or with- 1 out Board. Jl lei Board?in a first class house, with fur l< Dished or unfurnished Rooms, for families or single 12 gentlemen; location desirable. Broadway stages pass the ? door. Apply at 77 St. Mark's placo, Eighth street. J BOARD.?WASHINGTON SQUARE, SOUTH.?HAND pr somcly furnished Rooms, in suits or separately, to ge let, with Bosrd, to families or single gentlemen; also ? IW Ituiit irn at 0-? Vnnrl li at r?r>t TV,.*!. "I ingteu square, South. J. Si BOARD.?WANTED, THREE ROOMS, CONNECTED, I>t with full Board, between Fourteenth and Thirtioth streets and FourtMand Sixth avenues, in u tlrst class house. "I Address R., Herald office. J .? ta BOARD.?GENTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES OR SIN- pi glo gentlemen can obtain fine Rooms, with Board, fa In the tlrst class, newly furnished IIouso 246 West Thirty- ~ first street ; location desirable; terms moderate. Conve- f nient to cars and stages. V : ? et Board wanted?in a respectable private i' family, by a gentleman an I his wife, w ithin a few fa blocks of I'll ion square or up town; terms reasonable; _ satisfactory reference, &o. Address Hamilton, Vttion ? square Post office. " ? ???? w Board wanted?from 12th or istii of octo- t? ber,by responsible parties, in a strictly private A1 family, whore the renl comforts of home may lie enjoyed, I" l>y u single gcntl"man and geutleman and wife I/icutlon r between Islington and Sixth avonue-. above Seventeenth and below Twenty-eighth streets. Address (with particulars) G. E. C., box 150 Herald office. ^ Board wanted.?a lady and gentleman de- i? sire ft neatly furnished Front Room, with Hoard for h the lady only. Address Quiet, box 134 Herald office. , hi Boarding.?aj private family will let the Second Floor of a well furnished first class house, , with Board; a good opportunity for a family to arrange 1 for the winter. Inquire at No. 69 West Twenty-seventh ^ street. ? gK tjoarping at 365 bowery, between third and pi ? Pnnrt.h RtrootR.?.A fow or LronMnmott rnn ? accommodated tfv applying as above. Terms very moderate. Only A few boarders taken. Reference required. 1 ? ti Brooklyn?$1 ter week for furnished ci Rooms, In a cottage h"uje. in a private family, d where you can havo the comforts of a home: also the ai lowor part of the house to let, unfurnished. Apply at 360 A Adelphi street. ' B~ oard in brooklyn?three or four fine < airy Rooms to let, with full or partial Hoard, for ^ ft -utloincn and wives or single gent Icmeu, in private housa r| 207 Henry street, with hot and cold water baths. Terms t, moderate. Dinner at 6. Board wanted in Brooklyn?by a gentle j man and wife, in a private family, where there are n no other boarders. Address, stating terms, which must ti be moderate, W. e.. box ISO Herald otlice. u e Brooklyn heights?very desirable rooms, p with Board, may be found at 37 Cranberry street, between Willow and Columbin. Situation delightful; Qve minutes' walk of Fulton aud Wall street ferries J BROOKLYN HEIGHTS?NO. loO COLUMBIA STREET. ] J overlooking the hay. Coil and airy Rooms, single s "rin suits, in one of the most desirable situations in E Brooklyn, can bo obtained, with Board, in a private i'ami- H 1 y, between Wall and Fulton forri"s, I'iuuer at 0 o'clook. I ; References exchanged. a ITU P.NTEHED ROOMS To LET?WITH OR WITHOUT . Board, In a privalcfamily, to gentleimn, wheroevgry n'.i tit ion will tie paid to their oomfert House fi -st class. i i 1' "iicli and Spanish spoken Call ou Ot address 1**0 T., i I 100 Wwt Twenty tni r;tret)l. t fEW YORK HERALD, BOARDING AND LODGING*. nvvinuios without youno children. ok si so L gentlemen. may obtain Rooms and Hoard at f>s \\\ weuty-third street, bolweeu Fifth anil Sixth uvenui 0 room.*, with full hoard, at ten* tlmu $0. T KAMFJh V I'AKK, SO FAST TWENTY FIRST STREET Jf To let, suits of haudaomoly furnished Rooms, su file for families and singlo gent lutneu; house (lrsi clot I'Siitlfiilly loested, between Loxingtoa aad Fourth uv u<-?, op|KiHtte contra of l'ark. from. lodoixos.?clean airy rooms from i Li to 91 50 u week or 25 renin u night and 1h. lyht, III the Clinton Hotel, 330 Spring street. Strange Jd others will dad thin a convenient place to slop 1 : stilish and Frencbspoken. r ACKSON HOUSE, e,o EI M STREET?THE I.11WR rented and most comfortably and conveniently fu ?hed Apartments in the city, to meet the wants of sou rallies, with every requisite furniture. Linen, cooklt inge and utensils, gas and Croton water. 1 f A 1S( IN M El' 1U .EE. TO AS I > 72 W VST T'l II UT Y El Hill IJ_ street.?Rooms, elegantly furnished, or who Ours. Witll Will-hen cellar anil ear,I Uftn.n, e tss, four story, brown Mono; couunon parlor; utea rntsbed. Whole Ural Floor, or Basement for phytician Ice. CTO till IVISC TMiU'Y FIFTH STHFI-.T.?A M I n 1 Uisuns to let, with Hoard, haniWuuuely furti:.-lo-i second floor, will! private table if desired; boos, uc l>ic llrst class; also a Room on third llisir to lot, to roily or a single gentleman, dinner at H o'clock. yEBFONB auaam or obtaining rvul or pi , tiul Hoard can lie accotniundalcd, cheap, ul 38 Fr rally place, (icnlluincn only wiib rooms wilbo aril. JKIVATF HOARD WANTKH?AFWR TDK l>T ? September, lor a gentleman and wife, near Fill euue Hotel. Weal side preferred, if uot over $10. A' esa William, Herald otHce. ITUASGFJIS 8BBKQM TRANSITORY BOARD CAN I 1 well Hccomniodaicd in a bandaoutely furnished how d dealrnbl I a tlfun it price* to anil the times. Boon let en suite or singly. Apply al 33 Clinton place, b een University place and Ibmadway. to 1'RiVATK KAMB.Ii.s WISHING TO KK.IM i i: r . |lenses.?Full Hoard wanted for a Inly and gem', m three children under three years of age, and nil. s rill. hot to exceed $20 per week. AddlVn.-, with mill r of room:, disposable, locatlout Ac , l'eiix, box 3,IS St ojbee. mro bknmtabue young w >men < an rat.u coiiiiuodatoil with Hoard or I/vdglngs. w ith a wido mull, where there are no men: can have a large Room I rk if roitnired. Apply at 311 Fast 12tli st., hetwee s. 11 and l', iu the store. two III; T1IRKK HINDI AC GKNTl.KMKN CAN UK Al louimuduied with Risnns aud Board at 4ti West Nint eel. 11 tuner at six References exchanged. VI LOT?BACK AMI FRONT PARLORS, elbg LNTJ . Furnished, witu or without partial Boa il, also ham1 Tudy arranged suits of It'suns, lor t(eutlemen or fo us. keeping for a small family. Terms reasonable. A) at 215 Sixth.avenue, near Fourteenth street. Si ? I Lip WITH in, i or, I'll .11 11.1". ......... ?. sixth street, near ffixth avenue, twi very pl.?ai urns nicely furnished, sultaple lor a family <>r stngl ullemen. Price to suit the times. 10 lb?iwith toil or partial board, , . handsomely furnish.*! suit of Ave Room-, togetlu separately, on second lloor of a Mrs I class house dit r at 0. Apply at 119 Ninth street, west of ami not and way. AO LOT WITH BOARD?A FRONT PARLOR AND It'll room on secoud tioor, handsomely furnished, suiti i for a gentleman and wife or single gentlemen. Tit use contains the modern improvements; family small; me realized; location eligible. Apply at U3 drove strce twoon Hudson aud Bloeckor. VrANTED?sA LADY WISHKS A LARGE AIRY R001U with good Board, in a respectable and strictly pi Ic family, lot .at ion west of Broadway, between F. nth and Thirty fifth streets. Terms not to exceed J r week. Address K A. t\, Herald office. |TANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN, A PLEASANT IT I T nished front Room, with hreakfn-t and lea, in iteel private family, whoro the real comforts of a limn 1 be enjoyed The house of a widow lady preferrei notice taken if terms and'particulars are not state, dress German, Herald office. |TANTED?IN a l'RIVATK FAMILY OF I'NIXil'ISTF. T respectability, where there are no other board en ard for a gentleman, wife nnd two children. Fin ss references required and given. Address Meridian raid office, for one week. krANTBV?A ROOM, WITH BOAR?. A OKNTLKMA \ and lady with a child (a girl it C years), want mfortablo room, medium size, wil'igood, plain, whol me board for the la i_v and ehild only. A plain, qnlc lired home, In some house where there are no otlj srderg would he preferred. Tori as must he inodor A 11 less Somerset, Heraiil office. /* WEST TWK.VrV hoi itfii STREET, Ml2 ;0 Fifth and Sixth uventics?Furnished Rooms, i itsor single, for families or single gentlemen, can I d on reasonable terras in the above tlrst cla-s house. 3WKSI' SIXTEEN I'll PTitKCT?'VF.KY HI.-ijtAlil. Rooms to let. with Beard, ton gentleman and wit Hingle geutlrmu; rooms cu. suite or single; 1 onse tin iss, with all conveniences Dinner al l). Reference r IreJ. 4 THIRD AVENUE* BETWEEN TJW'I'U AN Llevoulb streets ?A ploasant furnished Room .mall private family. Willi or wiiimut IF ard. Horn s gas, bath, &> . A snsall Room if required. 5 east TWEIJTB STREET, opposite Till: Will uey House, between Broadway aad Fourth av ic.?A suit of furnished Rooms lo let, also single R.sm r gentlemen; use of kitchen if required. Terms mod te. References exchanged. lss;utioa unsurpassed 9 SPRING STRr.LT, THREE DOQftS FROM BROAJ way.?Wv prices, To lot, handsomely fitmishi hiiiis. l > single gentlemen. Tin; location is near all tl at class hotels anoi places of amuwuient. Reading Hen so. Inquire at the Anson House. kQ GREENE STREET. A1EWK Sl'TtiN,;?Al.-jl'ii "O House,?Elegantly furnUbtd suits of Routes, vvil s, Crotou water, auil every convenience for housokea] p ccoDotuieally; partieuhirly suited for small, reupeulah milios or singlo gentlemen. Rent low to permanoi uants. AQ WIST FOURTEENTH STREET.?TO. LET. WIT .VJYJ Board, well Furnished Rooms, In unit or singl, litiilile for families or single gentlemen. Dinner at .1 clock. Billiard tnblc for thouipo of the gnosis. QA PRINCE STREET, THREE BLOCKS WIST r Broadway.?ITeasaut airy Rooms, with oxer nt Board, at $4 per week, each. Two vacancies at ft idgiugs ?l to $1 2ft. Breakfast froui 0 to 8. Dinner i :yi aud 6. OPT ELIZABETH STREET FURNISHED ROO.V .OO and Bedrooms, for small families, at reduei ices; furnished for housekeeping, and some for sing ntletncn for $1 per week; near Broome street. A A EAST FOURTEENTH STREET, CORNER C _4cO Second avenue?Beautiful Rcotnsfor families i ugle persons, to let, with Board, at very reasouab ices. References exchanged. jw/> PRINCE STREET?ST. CLAIR HOUSE.?EL OU gantly furnishod Rooms, with Bedroom* I .chod, with all the convenionoes for housekeeping coi ele. Including gas and Croton water, to let to respectab milies or single gentlemen, ? A K?647 BROADWAY?CLINTON HOUSE?GE )4xrO tlemen will find elegantly furnished Room rerythlng new and in complote order, cool and pleasai articular attention paid to the comfort of all who mi ivor tikis house with their patronage. * A Q BROADWAY (PLANTERS' HOTEL).?PARTI1 )4n wishing Board, either permanent or transiei ill liml elegantly furnished Rooms ax above, with u g" iblc; location unsurpassed; tcrnis vory reasonable; hou rat class. Dinner at six. Transient boarders $1 ;r day. CLOTHING. ~ A T EZEKIEL'H OLD STAND, LADIES AND GEN1 \_ can obtain the usual prices for their cast ofl" wos ig Apparot, Carpets. Furniture, Jewelry, &e. A tin y liost punctually attended to by E., 134 Seventh avenu Jtwecn Nineteenth and Twentieth streets. Indies i inded to by Mrs. E. A GREAT DEMAND FOR CLOTHING.?LADIES' A> gentlemen having any Cast Off Clothing. Furnitur irpots and Jewelry to dispose of, will receive the liig >t price in cash, by calling on or addrosslng C. Mish. 3 ;vonth avenue, between Twenty-ninth and Tblrlie reots Ladies attended to by Mrs. Mish. A BETTER CHANCE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMl 3. to dispose of their cast off Clothing. Carpets. Furl ire and Jewelry.?I guarantee to nav twenty five p ;nt more than any other dealer. Please call on or a ress J. ANHALT. 162 Seventh avenue, between Twentio ad Twenty-first streets. Ladies attended on by Ml nhalt. A POSITIVE PLACE FOR LADIES AND GENTS ' secure the full value for their cast off Clothing, Ft iliire, Carpets, &e., by calling on or addressing II. lis s. 368 Bowery, opposite Great Jones street. LadiC3 i Hided by Mrs". Harris. A N ORDER RECEIVED ?fS,000 WORTH OK CAST 0 f\. Clothing to purchase for California and Westi larlcnts, Furniture, Carpet-. Jewelry, Ac. I do not p: >nd to offer nominal prices but I guarantee to pay t ttnost value for each article, by calling on or address; H., 79 Sixth avenue, second door abovo Waver! lace. Itulies attended by Mrs. E. IT. heetairants. FHir.it HALIBUT, BOD, < OD AND \> BAKFS3H, 1RI Potatoes, Roll and Coffee. t'jc.: Prime lb ost IV tuff"d Veal, Beefsteak, Veul Cation, 10c.; Lima rjpo lot Corn, Suc.cotush, E'gg I'laut, Stewed Tomatoes.! tcwell On ions, Cabbage. 3c. ;'0offeo and Ton, 3c.; Pics.< Iniou Restaurant, 23 Libe/'ty stroet, between Willi ,nd Nassau. MY LUNCH OOUNIRR IS A MODEL OFOTIKAPM neatness and oicanliucss. My bar i3stoc ;edv bo choicest Liquors and Sugars, also my iocouipart MoutUceutx liio. SCortlaudt street, northwest coi if Broadway, SPENCE1

FRIDAY, AIMUIST 16. 1861. FOR BALK. I.K 1 STKAM KERRY BOAT FOR SALE, VERY LOW, EN at J\, glue in K'x?l order. Al>|>ljr at 101 Fulton street, js. second Uoor, front room. A HARK OlTOlt'lTNITV ? FoR SAl.K, TDK LKASK, ? X*. Stock aud Futures of Store ami Baloon 8t'J Uroad it way, adjoining Wallack's Theatre. Tits It'iuin has five is; years to run feina 1st of May Inst. For full (iartioularn e- apply at the ollfce of E. PEARSON, 7T Cedar street, N. Y. ? -pvRUO STORK KOR SALE?YHRY HANDSOMELY SI J. / lilted, hu ge sleek, doing well, nice npartiiieuts for u family lueluded; Uve years'leaae; a. bona Sde purchaser ra liberally treated with. Apply to A. (1. SHATTUOK. Hi d- William street, or at 687 Third avenue , for one week. <T T"WTG STORK kor SALE?IV ONE OF THE BHST r_ JLr locations In thia city, neatly titled up. well stocked jj aud doing a good business. Apply at H23 Itowory. OR SALE?TilK HUSK AND Fl'RNtTURK OF THE premises 79 Mercer street, comer o|' Spring street; : II will be sold at a surritloo toa cash customer,as the owner lrt Ib nnmiwllo.1 1.. - i-... ? ...inn i"in uic sline in coltso<|Ueuce Ol i st til health. Apply bet weou 13 and 3 o'clock P. M ' 'EMM BALE ?A GOOD CHANCE FOR A PHVMOIAN .1? or ilruggliit to obtain an old established Drug Store, ; over twenty years established; will bo mild i'lirap to a 'f cash purchaser. Apply to GEORGE HACK Kit, Ha Nassau street. " "1JVIR SAl.K?I INK nl' TI1K FINEST FI'ITKD l'l' AND I best located English Ale Houses in New York; lease , ot whole house at low rout; good slock; will sell lor half , 15 its value. Apply to It. UI KKK, auctioneer, 136 Bowerv. it- ' ' ,l T.ADK .SAl.K?A l.AlttlK AND KI.KtiAN'TI.Y FITTED UP ' __ JL corner Liquor Storr iu tlu* Eighteenth wan!, with or without 8took; willb 1 I ohoap and g&tUiffcctory roi [* *ou*givou tor soiling, hv culling oti !>. Hl'ltKK, 135 H<?w f ejh 1 13*08 SAl.K ? A PIB3T CLASS RESTAURANT ANI? ? Dining Saloon, well <?^t:ibli-hod, with Louso, Stock >r' ami Fixtures, doing u good cash business in .1 good In.si 11U.-..s locution down town; rousons satisfactory. Apply at ' * 1X6 Joba street. j FIOK HALK?A (JROTKRY A.VD U<Jlr<>R STORK WITH Stink, Louse and Fixturos; will be sold cheap for v cash. Apply for throe rt/iys on tlut promises, 355 llroomc 1 ntnvt, corner of Elizabeth street. * 1 "WTIORBALE HOTEL AND PINING ROOM N CON J, order; locali ?u unsurpassed t. .m,v jhmsou v ishin ' gage >n tbo bimiw ?s tlbs i :i !j i?? c s ddom | o'l '. iMi. Fur particulars .i) pi. t or ndibtvp J. M. 1 rown, I ? j* 80 I a mi st 1 eet. 1 " I.nm SAI.K TDK MANHATTAN HOUSE, 365 BOWERY ,1 " I Toe proprietor wish lug to retire from business i I wouldsell ills Stock, Fixtures, Furniture and Business, 1' and give to the purchaser a lea-e on lie |hviiii-cs ol sev u (i or ten years at a I'nir rent. Apply lui'llARIJ-'.s WllXiN'. ITViR SAl.K?A CIIKTU.ATING UHKAICV. (t?\S|SlTN(! S ol a very choice and select variety ot' popular anil j' standard work... This allbrds an oxce'l-nt opimrtunity , ( r and ouo rarely presented, to any one wishing to pnrelut-? ( , lss/ks for a public library For terms, Sc., upply at. < room No. 5 Market iiuuk Building. 1710R SAl.K?A IIAUBKK'S SHOP DOING A <:<x>|i III'St, s ness; IfH-ated at Greonpmut. 1.. I. Inquire of J lit s "e CARMAN. No. 3 National avenue, iirecupninl. T,Nim SAl.K?AN INl,l.i-ll Al.K IIODSK. TWO 1IOOB8 f . Jj from Broadway, magnilloiuily litie t up; very to* i P rent. Good lease, Ac. As necessity comiiels me, 1 tuiU sell it at a lower price than a small musty concern could r be bought for. Apply to 1). BURKE, LIM Bowerv. ITtOlt SALE?VERY CHKAP, A ROW BOAT, 10 11.K"f ; long, oliuker built and copper fastened; well lilted j ' ii it with oars. cushions, mast,, sail, Ac. She can be wen at Smedloy's bout bouse, -near Penny llriilge, South ,'1 address S. F., Herald ullico. I I710R SALE.?A RARE CfUNCK FOR nO.VlttMNH house keepers?the /Furniture and 1 .arise oC a four j' story mid basement bouse, completely furnisfcod and well lillod with good boarders. Possession liiiiundlately. -H Is cation (jood. Inquire of E. L. k II. T. BCKNI&AM, Oil Hudson streot. j" ; TJX>R SALE?TI1E BEST BILLIARD SALOON AND RES I ., Jj tauroul iuThird avenue, with or without stock and . j, llxtures. Call at 92 Third avenue, or at fj* Chambers r j struct. JAMES 0. COFFEY. 5 ' TfjNttit SAT.E?ONE J2AI.F INTKKERT IN T1IE MANU- * 1 facturo of an nr .tcle of grout ul Hit,", f' a- which I here p> <i ready sale aud largg prollu; $2u0 required. Also, will j uxehange one of the liost Patent Rights.oger offered for j ,! real estate or per- -uU property. , , t J. CUTT A (X).. !tfje?t'aual street. , Fill! SA1.K -CM!'If THE BEST L'MATEH CONFF.C- ! llonory St tee in the city, neatly tittivl up. and will . be wold cheap, hjiguiro on the premise?, 189 Canal htreet. No agent need apply. ,v SA,F A DELIGHTFUL little i.h/i (tit STORK 1 near Broadway, below Canal street?just tlio place to , m ike money these times?now dung ? good bueine.-.-. . _ Will sell very cheap. Apply to D. BURKE, LIS Bow- , V ?T; , >o "Ay:?\ NICELY FITTED UP LIQUOR STORE. .1 with Stock, on Third avotoe; will sell thin day for $115 ca?h Kent only $14 jier n onlh. Paid up to the 1A j j.; SeptoinVqi'. Nelghliorhood thickly populated. Apply at e 73f> Third avenue, this day. irtd!'AAL1-?A DINING SALQON WITH BAR ATI Hi 1 1 cd, very cheap. Call at ?4 We.-1 street; would take a gold -.v.atoh in part payment, in "ivci' sale at a heavy sacrifice?a nxitly ' J. , llttod up niuiily Uroceuy Stori-; good location and the | In .1 of stock and fixtures. Cash buyers will l int this , _ worth examining. Apply at 617 Ninth avenue. , Hotel in washinc.ton <ity for sale?the j subscribers are authorized lo s-'ll the Furniture, Effects and Good Will of a well loeateil Hotel iu (Washington | City. The iiiuise has been doing uu excellent business, and ig only disposed of on aeoOOBt Of the houltb of tliu . proprietor. Any enterprising Northern iuiqi aoqnaintod with tho hotel biispnss, and having a ?ash capital of J 10 about $5,000, could <j> well with the establishment. Ap m !".? MIUl TO ? ' U.| OIIU iHWIIimMI IUl'1chaillS, Washington , I>. C. x TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE HEATH IE MR. A. DEM RE, ;h A from Mayonce, partner of the Furniture and Upbol. , p. story establishment known under the '.inn of A. Dombc A , )0 a. Kimbel. 028. Broadway. thebusiness is to be liquidated. at The large ussortmeut of elegant Furniture and Upholstery Goods will therefore ho sold at greatly reduced prices, ? end we Invito the public to visit our establishment and II inspect our stock. A. K1MI1LL, in liipiidatlon, ix 7)ia;mder's siiop for sale?a good chance for A a young ntnn. Address C. E. F., box 180 Herald ? office,stating where an interview mny be hud. if ?11 (|. quarto UOClv mills and patent for SALE, con. 0. v^r, ceded by minors lit the mines the vory best ftir rent dueing rock and other hard substances to impalpable powder, with hardened shifting grinding surfaces, easily ? changed. SOOTHWICK A WOOD, 82 Nassau st. 5* T1 ARE CHANCE FOR SALE, THF. STOCK AND FIX lc J1 lures of an old established .Shades, near Tompkins . Market. Sold on account of leaving the city. For par- 1 ? Oculars apply to W. 11. LUSH, 292 Fourth avenue. 1 ?r rjlEA STORE FOR SALE ?THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND 'e A. Stock of the oldest established store in the Eighth avenue. Iloiug a business lu such times as these of ~~ $500 to $000 per week, all'cawh. Store 100 feet deep, fitted up in elegant style. Will be gold low for cash, or pi lino lt" security. Satisfactory reasons for selling. Apply at 58 Front street. ,lo , WILL Itrv A LIQUOR STORE IN CHERRY ' street; $200 will buy a Corner in Grand street$aoo will buy a Corner in the Sixth ward, one in Second "> avenue, ono in Ninth avenuo, an Oyster Saloon in Houston lt- street will bo sold low or traded. Apply to PAYTEN, 1)5 Division street. ? (Jh 1V* r WIIX BUY A GOOD FRUIT AND BUTTER , ? LUtJ Store, witli a II ret rate Toji Grocery Wagon J*j aiiii Harness. Rent of store and two rooms for a family $18 a month. Apply <m premises, 482% Hudson street, or 5!; 12 Centre street, of ZKGLIO k. HASTINGS. o'J ? O nAA WILL BUY THE BEST LIVERY W5 jL^Ie vy'/V/ and saio Stable hi'New York. We ? will exchange for a good farm, city property, Harlem jy lots, a good paving hotel or liquor in bond. Apply to ,r. PAYTKN, 9.1 Division street. ?, ^ STEAMBOATS. " "\yrORNINO BOAT FOR KEY PORT?THE STEAMER ? 1.VL MAYFLOAVER, faro 16 cents each way, or 25 cents 'D for the trip, leuvlng the pier betweeu Robinson and Bar q clay streets at OA. M.; returning loavc Key port at 4 P. h.' M. Notice?Tins bout will not run on Saturday, Au02 puat IT. lU CtTF.AMER LONG ISLAND LEAVES JAMES SLIP ? O every day, Sundays oxcepted, at 3:30 P. M., for North ry Port, making the iulormediate landings. I .oaves North 3j. Port at 5 A.M. Fare to Glen Cove, 20 cents; to Great <>r Neck and Sands'Point, 10 fonts. Freight to Sands'Point, ,1. Great Neck and Glen Gove at half the usual rates. th rs. QUNDAY BOAT FOR GLEN COVE, LANDING AT Wliitestone, StrattoDport, Great Neck. City Island ? and New Rochelle. Tlic favorite steamer MAYFLOWER ro leaves James stroet at 8:30, Delancy street at 8:45, Heir venth street at 9, Robinson street at 7:45. Twenty-sixth T- street at 9 10. Returning, leaves Glen Cove at 3 P. M. U ? SUNDAY BOAT FOR KEYPORT. Fare twenty cents. Tlic splendid steamer GEORGE LAW, Captain John ' Crawford, will leave every Sunday, from pier 2fi North 1 river, between Robinson and Ban-lav streets, 8:46 A. M. ; landing at Union, RosavtUe, Tot ten's and Perth Am boy.' . * Returning, will leave Keyport at 3 P. M.: Perth Atnbojrt 3:30; Tottou's, 3:40; RoeSVlllo, 4; Union, 4:15. ' ~ Ql'NDAY BOAT FOR BOCKAWAY.?STEAMBOAT i? CERES, Capt. Glnity, will leave Jackson street, E?y . ED ' river, at 8: Spring street, North river, at 8K, "'id pie r efj No. 4, North river, at 9 o'clock. Fare 50 ceuts oach w? y. c.; ~ COAL.. Ic.: ?~ '? - ? am /"iOAL $4 -10.?BEST QUALITY RED AND WHITE! ASH j V7 Coal, delivered, clean and freo from slale, to all [fai ls ? of the city, at fi 40 ncr ton of 2,000 lbs. / S3, A. TREAPWELL, Agent. ' rith 140 Wavcrlcy p'r.ce, ible 195 West Eleventh street, tier 734 Washington street, i, Corner West and Perry sheets. AMt'VKMKNTS. WINTMt G Wll.KN FAREWELL AND COMPLIMENTARY HEN El II' Tendered tn Mr and Mrs. KL< 'HENCE By their friend* ami admirers of thti city. Till* is positively the last appearance but one of 1 THESE POPULAR YOtTNfl AMERICANS, AM they- leaye for kyulanp ov the l'sth inst. < TO-NIOllT (FK10AY), ACCOST 1?, isfll, will N? presented the now protean Comedietta, by K. L. Hlnnctiard. culled WORKINC THE ORACLE Polly Spanker (m uitUiuiT) Mrs W. 3. Florence . ilolly Slocom (a Yorkshire lass) Mrs W.J. Florence " Mrs Moulgrowloy (an ancient seondat mm Bit) Sirs. W..I Floreuoo Kan. Fit* Fimii'ijau (a Uuulnu exipn mto) Mr. W.J. Florence I rod. Fil/gig (? harbor) Mr. W J. Florence BRn. Turboy (a sailor) Mr. \f J. Florence f'srauoc O'tiriuly (an Irishman) Mi W. J. Flormoo Mytiheer VoDHpitorfohler(a4)iiti'hmaii;Mr. \V J. Flurrwco liuriiiB the piece Mm. Florence will mii* sThe Captain," ' lithniiy wan a Shoemakerami dance a Clnjr Hornpipe. tl'ler which the olfheatra, under the iliri?Uun m Ur. R-dlenluuier, will perforin the FLORENCE EAR! WELL POlKA.bv J. ( therpT. Thtrlf Man picoc ua Mtisil K 'tit. , AN 1HHI WARY. ] AN IRISH JIG AND an n<i~it fight 1 Rio perlonn nice wall commi'lice with Howard Paul's otena plc-c", written i xpri -1 v tor Mrs. Florence, called TWICE MAURI ED. 'arlotta, .wsmomg mix rtiar wters,... Mrs. W. .1 Florence ' ITiiMun Uippel Mr. W. J Florence !l Tt) morrow " l.AST NIGHT OK THE FLORENCES. 1 At ibtr request of ruiwir fuili'tins Mr Floroucn will iv?wi lu? uieat Uurti in ?wi charai tor of T1MWMY TOOIHJOR. To tar followed by WORKING THE ORACLE. C?twrrKRBi itY MEN* HALL. APCTERUl RY MC.SK* HALL. a] ,'iV. KkllVIIU'lV nv*vu nioiit m tuf. Oti'. kT PANTOMIME ORKAT PANTOMIME iRKAT PANTOMIME CHEAT PANTOMIME u ok ran -HfTHKUX RKKVGEE w S' MTIIEKN KKKl'i. I'.:-. lltW SCENERY, NEW 3TKNFJRY, W'.W SCENERY, NEW SCENERY, NEW DKEST> , NEW 1>!!K- ' a WTRREIIL EFT WIS I'OWERKUA KEEK TP. '<(WEKKUT, IVKMTS PUWEItKUL KHVAMV IMVKKEUli EFFECTS. POWERFUL EFFECTS. THE YOUNG PATRIOT p THE YOl'NU PATRIOT THE YOUNG PATRIOT I) HOT FROM A CANNON SHOT FROM A CANNON. !H AND CHARGE OK THE ZOUAVES IRANI) CHAKi.K OK THE /OlAVES iRAND CHARGE OK T'HE ZOUAVES) AND Hour ()K THE RKRE1N. and roc i ok the rhskuj IX THOUSAND PERSONS J IX THOUSAND PERSONS I1AVK VISITED THE CANTERBURY N FOUR NIGHTS TO SEE N POUR NHillTS TO SEE Tills OREAT PRODUCTION. i THIS GREAT PRODI (TlON. N RMnembei the o M AONH IOKNT PANTOlfna, MAGNIFICENT PANTOMIME, ntroilucin# ?lio hi>f<i 1 ZOUAVE IIRII.L 'ZOUAVE DRILL ZOUAVE DIUI.L ZOUAVE DHII,L Ivcr ultetogiwl In Ibis olty, by a corps ol Twee I y Young julios. ? AilmiSfiiou 111 unit*. i MUSIC Al. i VI ^VIL'lPL'Mt T IUT1VL' IMlOL'IViUin I" l*'" Dl forgo l<>r bhIh?Hiohly ear ed legs und caso, full ! u run pla.g, lined with satlnwo ?1, overstrung Inlaid rith ard |*srl keys, made to ord?r I'or present owner lis, Ity makers,fully guaranteed (or throe yearn, been i? is# but tu* months, coat $500. -will be Bold for $250, in Indii'n Stool and Cover. Abo.elegant Drawing ltooug m lull,rust $1100, for $125. Inquire at No. 70 Went Twenty- m Ixth, at root, near Sixth nvenus. A GREAT M.\I:<;AIN?"?UK ADVERTBKK OFF-jlCS n for private gale one of tie* bent roHewood P auo p orl'i* ever made, full soveu octave, rich carvsl li'gs, tveratrunK bass; a very pcwvrtal and swoct lone , wan iclcpiod by itn eminent pi ofensor for the owner; h i only las u in tiso mx mon I Us, una xvill he Hold at less th at half IhtesMHt. Apply iinmedi: Ltl.v at the private re jience, c, 1'ft West fourteenth street, between lvglith at t Ninth i .venues. 0 AN OKGAN1ST. OK <,\<>\VN A 111 I 11 V AND FX OK " ganist < f several loading chinches in tliutcity, doWren an engagement ? it some 1'rotestaut church. HeI'ors to II. s. fuller,Organist of Trlnllv rhuichMand iniuiy ,| illier unexceptionable testiinoinalb will he given. AdIrtne Orpinlni, Htnlil nWrt, a IIOHTK A BRA I HUSKS' J New Scale Ofvi'struug llass Patent IjetilHted Full -'runic Grun-1 uud Ijqiiare Pianofortes, N'.:. I'ii Itroome it n et. What every hotly says must'be true: everybody says ,licy urn the best therefore they must lie 'he best. Removal.?cerace waters, acukt, has removed lo Atii Broadway, between ( .and ami Jlroome drools, where he sells now seven octavo Pianos for $lf>0t, ( ill round corners,carv ed legs.$200, and warranted. Second land Pianos ary Mclodeons from $25 to tSI.'tO. All kind, of Musical Mere.l'i'tiilise nl war prices. Puvuos and Melodoaia. lo let from to $0 per month; rent ; Unwed if imrcliuHid is jHir agreement; monthly paytneMs received for thy tame. Aloxtvpllro Organs for churcitvcjU low prices. TO HUB >N.v? A VERY SUPERIOR TONED, 8QUR silv " Boebm Flute for side ar.a gr It btrnm, Aj;. >ly at 06-Court street, one door frt m Atlantic, Iknoklyu. Also ut a-, .sacrillee, u Ko. s Min j.tcox'e of thy higllPB lower. instui < rioif. ? A french isatchek offers I'D b0aw). IN ..... family, a gentlemen wishing to acquire tholr , edgo of this language by practice and I' ssons. Al? '."f" . RM Twenty si eonil street, near l-oxinptnu aw-dM W Hl Boarding schools.?any gestlfjuan yt to estaldish a hoarding school will do. we iuh Ires-dug II. Winno, Green Grove Mansion, Key po r-v " ilately, lloatd leaves foot of Koblnsoa street, <J ally pADCCATfON.?A YtM'NG (.ADV. A GKA 1>U ATK^p|;0"M J1 J ? flunuorn uitmiuunn. wuy u-i.s sum 8* t . ixpnrieuco in (lie South, desires a situation i vorai years i pleasant, intelligent family, iu a ay lays' is toucher ; in "i hiii I r v. a si (nation would be accepted at {' ", ' Wilms* Miss G. B. Scott,, Sandy HUI, N. Y tt low ealary COl! STRTf BOAHF " B(>ABB WANTKD-HEKMANKST I.*,~ ,1 Ti.v rriitv try, by a gentleman mid wife; to ' * nr. vajun. rate; location pleasant aud oasv of IS JIH u,"1 stating terms, &c.,H. River wood, bo; . 140 Horafd om?.' Board ik the<;ountry.-af ..w vapav-t p 'u7 with desirable Board, can be , ,,T 500 location, at the residence''of Will P1?aHant harry hSu, Stamford, Conn. '?ra H' I)lbblc0>8traw" BOARD IN TOE COUNTRY, a faviiv prsinrwn on a farm in Connect# aLH." families to Board for the buW jp') ,ni ln'n^\ZLZ X'he location is high, health ' ? " ,. ? """J8?"with facilities for boating, flail f?? ^ I ', ?u 0 ,!' l U Jnifv Of tho hoiififl Anr ?tog, &c,, i? to th? immediate No 5 dymt 69 Nassau street, room O'^o^Tn^ffoiOl^or GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR \y four singlo gmitlemet obtain nleaaant (mo miSe^rf W b? cUy t^'boa^Xn^ place ticular3 al'?,ly at n?- 08 Irviu* COUNTRY BOAK0-? CHESTNUT GROVE HOUSE, SIT Island, Simonaon avenue, a short uisiance from \ anrti.r ,|]t lauding. Location unsurpassed fbr health or beauty of scenery, Ac.; fine grounds, boat LnVwiiitohid?' Tor LH hourly from pier No. 2 North river and Whitehall. Ter mg from j,-, ?p according t0 r00m3 selected. Only thlf ty minutes'sail. Country bc i,\ri?.?three or foum persons . tam ihe oU ar'1?" a private family within an hour's r"". fromI the ml wilU ,)atllinB 1)oaUllR .,?d ashing. Inuuire Ol Mr. Cf .utyrv,w . ,aa* av*^, uv iraiuim p, IVO JTWiWU)'. CtOUNTRY BOARD ON STATEN ISLAND, NEW / Brighton, York avenue.?Two small families can bo accomraonato* i with good Board on moderate term?; location healthy t klltj elevated, near the landing; communicatlon with th? , city every hour. T.T.DUNN. COUNTRY i BOARD WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN nun v j? KomP private family where homo comforts can r ,e onjoycd an,| terms not to exceed $8 per week. It must tx . wtthiu one hour's ride or New York, ad tho genGeina ? K(K>P (bcre daily. Orange. N. J., or some point on the B ndson River Railroad preferred. Tlie house must bo well giinded. (Jail at or address H. II. Jones, 412 llroa.lv ay> New York. J. A TOVRfTTF. HOUSE, DlJIG EN POINT. N. J., ' a-ill lie kept o)H'ii until October. Two desirable suits ol y joma, suitable for families, will be vacated this week, !,n" may be secured if applied for immediately. Boats ve for the La Tourelte House from pier 2 North river, 7-20. 11 :U0, 3.20 und 5:20; from Dey street at 10 30 and * 30 o'clock. WESLEY W. 1I1I.I,, Proprietor. The advertiser has delightfully located House at South Youkers, near Riverdale station; several families can bo accommodated with Board. Apply at 910 Broadway. Furnished Rooms singles and in suits at $2 per week. 910 Broadway. SUMMER RESORT*. | Bath Horn.. six miles from Brooklyn: stage every hour. Good stabling for hors'-a; the best of f.shing, bathing, &c. Prices to conform with tho times. t. TOUCHER. Glen cove. ?excellent accommodations at the Triton House, close to the bench; good bathiug, boating and Ashing hoard only $7 per week, with ail the comforts of a flrst class hotel; sceneryof tlie neighborhood uusurpassodfor beauty; boats dally, from James slip and Peck slip, fare 20 cents, Address J. Miller. Tri ten House, Glen Cove, L. I. V NEW iioivkr y theatre Solo Proprietors Messrs. Kox it IniigMrtl BENEFIT or MR C W. CLARK& Friday, August 16, 1HH?, The following attractive bill will lar iiresoutod The dome*tic dnuna of THE 1.IMK KILN MAW. Harry Fairfax Mr C W Olarfcs Tho dutneat ic drama of CHARLOTTE TEMPI>1 'dpt. M.mtravllle Mr 0 W Clarke. Concluding with the romauti' drama of THE III .'Ml! UlHl OK GENOA. BARM M S AMKRK AN Ml SI I M The manager ia highly gratitin.1 in leWi enabled to iiiiionnee to hiit pafrntiit tin- engagement ol the newt WONDKKKl'L AND KXTR AOKDINARY NOVELTY WONDKHFtT. AND EXTRAORDINARY NOV I LTY WONDERV III, AN1) KXTlt A< 441 UNARY NOV EIJK Ever otlored t? the people of Net* York. a LIVING Hn'POPoTAMDM LIVING HIPPOPOTAMUS LIVING IIP'POIWl'AMUSl LIVING HIPPOIX/TAMIM LIVING lUPpOIHTAMG.* LIVING llll'I'OPOTAliU 'H FROM THE ltlVV.lt NILE IN EGYPT, KltoM TIIK. RIVER NILE IN EGYPT, KRO.il THE RIVER Mil'. IN KUVPT, KROM THE RIVER NILE IN EGYPT, GREAT GEIIEMo lll Of THE HCWPTOl ?* TIE GREAT BEHEMOTH OE THE Mlitl lllf :V? TIE GREAT BEHEMOTH OE THE s'TUITW USB. THE MARVEL OE THE ANIMAL KINGDOM THE MARVEL OE THE ANIMAL KCiGllOf I. tlie Mill animate! the kind evel brought lii Amend i. As annul Hint is woreliipiMMl by tile Kg/phaiia, anil never ,lleweil by Ilk /wveilinieiit to loiivrtln. e.'uintr*,? iropl is a These animals lire- de-orbed k i hta ory mt the MUKr RARE AND WoKOKKftft. MOST RARE AND W tNDKIHMJL MGKT RARE AND V'ONDKltKWt f all the iimn.ui creation. They have naear M <n seen lit of Egypt except at tho oologeuil Gardens in hmdou, then Gariinu. off bulls In l'i?ri: . and the ope now ntlorer. to Una Cltr/.ENS OK THIS VKKROPUltlBi nd in carta of these cases bv l<le s|sio?U' lis* ir or u?? rand VICEROY OK EGYPT. ... ...... .... .-Allium lU Ml an main t .1,iy and ri'Uiiiy. awl Is u '<'inii|iailiuil l? / MALAAM \ . HIS A 1MB KWU'HIR, ho cxhitwu the care uuA uO:? anient et mil .tins paroot . II' liu pl'l l.'tUU'Kl'. WHAT IS 1TV OH M\N MONKiKf MADAGASt AH ALBINO#, 11 UK WHITE NKoV'.'Jis, OW Mi A R8 KA IJO.V MAMMOTH HEAR SAMI'SOW, MONSTER SNAKES, \yVURU, IU I'I'Y FAMILY, IJVW? SEA j,.W AK FIGHT .KS, &< Tim Inrtnre room rntortu uiaents emlti u ,. KTITK OH AM A. I U'DEVUiLE, .Jll .tl.KH'A A Nil FARCE, y aciMftpntie of rarcumaiaalttud I ic talout MISS OAWHOX, kHlhle Voice H ' /ocaltsl, MlJ.K M .TILDA K f'.tH rv, Thu 'fttl atiul Y Ulig Vocalist * o.j Ac Admittanceit?> tent*, Children uuJr r ton, ISocita (J RYANTS' MIN'STHAuS, [> Mechanic.' Hall, m IhiKewaK, ah',vo Oram DtrcnS;. Monday, August 12.|iud every nii> ! ,turml; the naok, F -C. CAMR'IKLI , in his |K>|iuUi I alUdg and Ty.ru |(ial, Wnrhluoj l'ML ANO GETUXGS in ? ,* :{T oil ZOO AVE R*J*. Kill I'/l'.X AND 0 i\t BUY A NT In :i multitude rfjOaf njcalitio* ATANESK TOMM * ir hi*. Ktt'KN"'*K*n? incro Songs, Uancv-a, llurlcsui* K. plantation i-.'enca.fco kith open at 7: urtain rlsea.? i 8 o'clock 'TckeW tSc tlTINTKlt GARDENII '-SUNDAY, tf! tJHsr to, OPKNIAKI NIOIIT Ot THK UIVN*. r COMEDIAN, Mil, jh A. CLARKE. IOQ r.WiADWA.jr MUSi0HAi.il, ?? too Onulopr 1ml ii#' llr(X>mi> struct. O'l'KWHK'JV# ATTI! ACTION O/KKWHII'LiM SQ ATTRACTION. 1MKNSF. SlKXJlCsS "U IMfvKNHK SUOOBjB MWNSK ay^J?5is, immense suoqesh ? of the Sf AY MIN.STIik.L3 AY MINSTRELS. HRUAM* VAy M1NSTKKUS R. J. A HKKMAIK. >Ai MIC .1. A. HERMAN It J. A. HWUlAffc MK. A. I/KRMAN TA ANITA G ALETTE KHiN'Jlf [TA a\UA GAUKTIT ILLY TlHOtl 11 aNO BEN COTTON ILLY 3UJC? AN |) 11 EH OOITON. TONY RAPTOR. TONY PASTOR. Is GREAT DAI LET YltOWE urn i."4 aw * ??* "Aui!r??? ??,? ? _ . . ? GRAND MATINEE a . ojurditi aT >orn0on at half pasl two o'clock, for lad lea ii( t. u ?* ur < R CELEBRATED ORRIN FAMILY , . ?? ?r V (K CELEBRATED ORRIN FAMILY mnastaare ongaged aud will appoar on Mm a> cv?tMN ^ August 10, III their wonderful porformanaea mUt E CHRISTY'S -"< MINSTRELS, at STUYVF^ANT INfST(T(fTK, OppoHito 13?i\(l strooi, Ol'bK EVKttV NI?HT ' IIARLF.Y FOX, MASTER LEON aad george christy i, In Now Acts. I miss ion 1ST) cents. 1/ . PINTER OAMW T V MONDAY, AUGUST 19, OPENING NIGHT OF THE GREAT COMEDIAN, MR. J. P. CLARKE. WHEATLEY'R CONTINENTAL THEATRE, PHILADELphia.?Tills establishment will ojieu for Iho fall nod wintor soasoo, early in September. Ltdies and gentlemen wishing engagements as above, will pleaseud. Irons Thomas McKeon, Stage Munager,boK 2 O0HPost office, Philadelphia. N. B?A limited number of superior bullet ladies raquircd. INSTITUTE OF ART, 62.'. BROADWAY.?GREAT 1)03scldorf <>'allery of raintings; works of Amoricae artists; statuary, &c. Admission 2.ri cents. l)i>en day and evening. JAP. II. WARD, .Secretary. WINTER GARDEN. * MONDAY, AUGUST 19, OPENING NIGHT OF THE GREAT COMEDIAN. MR. J. 3. CLARKE. TO THE ETHIOPIAN PROFESSION.?THE UNDER signed is desirous to know tbe whereabouts of Mr. Jasper II. Ross, formerly of Rumsey k Nowtwmb'a Minstrels. Should be see this, would bo happy to bear from him, rnlutivo to business, ng soon as possible. First class talent wisliiug to make engagements will pleoso address the uudersigned. None others noed apply. Professionals making application for engagements will picam enumerate their different qualification as artists. AddrMS Geo. Kunkel, Post office, Baltimore, Md. George christy s minstrels. ENGAGEMENT OF THE FAVORITE TENOR Mr. JULES STP.ATTON, Who will appear every uveDing. DUY GOODS. AT R. H. MACY'S, SIXTH AVENUE AND FOURTEENTH street.?Ladies, you will always dud best Paris KM Gloves at 03 cunts. Auction lots in Ijico Goods, Lace Mantillas, &c. Auction lots in Embroideries ami Ribbon*. Auction lots in Hosiery. Auction lots in Linens and Wbita G001I3. Auction lots in Linen Handkerchiefs. Best styles Freuch Flowers. Job lots ki Yankee Notions. Ladles' Under Clothing, Corsets, icc. MEDICAL. i FFI.KTKD RSSTOBRI>?Itt NOR A SCF, EXPOSED? /\ Fallacies unmasked Dr. LARMONTS Paris, f/tt* iTim and New York .Medical Adviser and Marriage fluid* informs the debilitated and diseased, including those who are Ignorant ?f the euw of their ill health, and who Itavo been disappointed in their physicians, of tne most certain and convenient mode of cure. Mailed for $1 by richARDSON, No. i Veaoy st.; DEXTKIt k CO., 113 Nassau at., N. Y., and JOHNSON, (10 State st., Chicago; or the author, 047 Broadway, up stuirs. Dr. r. connKTT has removed from 19 duan* street, to 20 Centre street, between Chambers and lt'-ade streetw where he can bo Consulted privately on certain diseases. N. H.?Dr. C. Is a member of the New York University (Medical College). Seo his diploma in his office, l'rivatc entrance at No. 6 City Hall place. "pkR. COOPER, NO 14 DUANE STREET, MAY BE CON1 / suited on all diseases of a certain nature. Twentyeight years exclusively devoted to these complaints onabl* him to warrant a cure in all cases. The victims of misplaced confidence in medical pretenders can cull, with a cortaiuty of being radically cured or no pay. DR. HUNTER HAS FOR TinRTY YEARS CONFINED his attention to diseases of a certain class, in which lie has treated no less than fifty theusrnd cases, without an instance of failure. His great remedy, Dr. Hunter's Ited Drop, cures certain diseases when regular treatment and all other remedies fail; cures without dieting or restriction in the habits of the patient; cures without tha disgusting and sickening effects of all other remedies; cures in new cases in less than six hours. It roots out tha poisonous taint the blood is sure to absorb unless the remedy is used. It is $1 a vial, and caunot be obtained genuine anywhere thau at the old ofilce, No. Division street. Book for nothing that treats of the clftcs of earlr abase. DR. RALPH'S OFFICES, 139 CROSBY STREET, corncr of Houston. From 10X to 2 and 6 till P 1'. M. Great success of dr. ward. no. 12 eaigot street.?All affections caused by mercury or disoaaa cured by him in half the usual time and half the usual, charges. Hundreds are disappointed till finding dr WARD'S office. No. 12 Eight street, and giving hw great remedies a trial; they are instantly cured. JThu doctor in constant attendance/ Mrs. munrob applies galvanism for the cure of Female Comi'laints. ladies oan obtain good Board aDd Medical Treatment at 20 WatUStrcet.next to Variek. PROFESSOR RESTELL, V62 CHAMBERS STREFT, CAN ho consulted as usua' |0r by letter, to box 2,359 Bo*tou olticc, No.!? Uarriso a nycuii'

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