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   New York World (Newspaper) - July 20, 1860, New York, New York                                JULY ONE SPECIAL JANE STUEKT THIS which has been closed some woeka for will be reopened for public worship on Sabbath the 22d Preaching in tho morning at 10U oclock by CYRUS of llrouklyn ill tbo afternoon 3 oclock by of Williamsburi and in thu evening at oclock by tbe NEW HARPERS NEW MONTHLY TO RED RIVER AND First near River Travelers over Rum of our Our first Watch of a the fens Now I lay me First View of the Red Fort Alison Tlio JOHN BULL IN of Japanese Ladies and of Tea the 1ay of Travellers in a Know Place at nese Horso Elgin cmd the Prime Village TIIE BATTLE OF BALLAD OF VER of Schaiks BEFORE THE CRUISE OF TIIE TWO IN EnSfiT CHAP CHAPTER other Deacons CHAPTER Deiioons Son and a Beacons JO OF 1YVO HENRY THE COURTSHIP OF SUSAN By ANTHONY TROL JILACK THE FOUR GEORGE THE By Princess hUore her and in her Old MONTHLY RECORD OF CURRENT LITERARY EDITORS EASY OUR FOREIGN EDITORS THE DOLUFUL HISTORY OF THE OMNIISUS new Delights of Broken last FASHIONS FOR Breakfast Iho Publishers of Harpers New Monthly Magazine be I that tho present number will lie unusually attractive to those readers who desire some relief from the political discussions which form the staple el the periodical literature I ol the Itscontents huvo been furnished by writers I from every section oitlie Tho opening article on Itlie Red River Country is tlio first of a scries portray with pen and scenery and uil Ivdilurein that northwestern which isuowsorap lidly growing into The paper upon Japan mibodies tho leading results of the observations of Oli who has furnished altogether tho best account yet jinblislied of the people of that singular the first rmbnssy from which to count ry has just loft jnir The Biography of Jo Daviessistho first itt Remiit to do justice to one of the most remarkable men over Vroiiuccd in the gallant Stale of Anthony Qrollupes lively American story evinces tho writers rare Efnculty of depicting tho life and munners of the various fcuiinlrics through which ha him The admirers of ffllr Thackeray cannot fail to rend with pleasure bis tlyid I Jliolures of tlie Four which are here for the Una time simultaneously with their appearance in with Ihe other including tho varied con JjJonlH el the Editors tbo Publishers bo ono of the most attraclivo numbers which they have icon able to offer to their Iho Publishers again what they have so often thnt the Magazine will continue to maintain thcsound position which it has No article will accepted or rejected because the writer agrees witli or gdissenls from Iheir views upon qneslions not conneeledwith Jtho subject in But tho to whom tho charge the Magazine has been will exercise themnst i1 watchful care that nothing shull appear in its pnges which Mi ill render it an unwelcome visitor ia any household in V any part of tbo t One cojiy fnione Two copies fur one Three or more copies for one year Auil an extra for eecry dab of TEN suu Harpers Magazine and one BOUND VOLUMES OF THE J WENTV SEMIANNUAL VOLUMES of the Mngaxino have been We will send by to any place in tho Uniled States within 3000 miles of any of these neatly and uniformly bound in mus upon tlio receipt of Two Dollars per When mplotc sels aro wo will make a discount of TuMityfuK jicr ibiwivrding tho Volumes by the freight being at tlio expense of the These Twenty Volumes uf the Magazine contain matter to One lUimlred and Twenty ordinary Octavo I and are illustrated by more than Seven Thousand executed in the highest stylo of tho art HAlUElt NE CENT A THE WEEKLY THE CHEAPEST NEWSPAPEIl IN THE CHOICE ONLY 1 ONE CENT A HEADY THIS Saturday A KOA1UNG SKETCH by CIIARLKS A BEAUTIFUL POEM hy SldONNPr STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE by tfiFiVwriW llin glorious nlnry of MARY TKEVOK by Miss SPICY All tho News of the and Forelcn JTHE HEADLESS by a celebrated teveral fine liumorous anil serioiw A COLUMN OF by PuraTio and ONLY ONE CENT A f To he hart of all Dealers and nowHboys also bo supplied at tho elllco of the No 105 JfULTON turnpike road to peoples I find Wes through their or I mistake TR1YERY JJ Old or should buv and CeilNELlilSS HOUSEKEEPERS FRIEND C 0 N 0 M I C A L COOK if they desire to excel in good jhe genius of a dish some justly And cat their way to CORKMLIUSS COOK BOOK received unqunlirlod praise as THIS on account if the what to families iu moderate cir mnstluiccHiB very the economy oiittt Sent by mall on receipt of the retail 1 Price 76 BROWN A BRAITHWAITES RETROSPECT or PRACTICAL MEDICINE AND PART TOR Ifl now Thin admirable digest lias boon before tho profession TWENTY ami dining that period has acquired a higher I and ul tallied unuira extensive than any other Alcdlciil Jonrniil A FRKBOP Back to comploto always on hand TOWNSEND 40 WALKER I A GASLIGHT PUB llshoa let ann 16th ofevery Contnlrib Btatla of all Gaslight ami Water Companies ln the world tho ttneelallty of mid Thrco dollars per Strangers and arc Invited to inspect tho models and gas apparatus It tuon19unB of the AMERICAN GAPUGHT 264 260 CANAL near N TICKNOR FUIILI8II THIS MEMORIALS 07 with Hoods own Price for publication by sen contain 1lght admirers of hta by all NEW SELFINSTRUCTOR IN PHYSIOL With moro than a hundred engraved portraits of remarkable men and This cxcel mt practical work embraces Signs of Prin iples and Proofs of Analysis and Classification 3f tho and a chart for recording A bandy rerlscd and 175 bound with gilt back and Prepaid by only 50 Address FOWLER AND 308 INSURANCE mils FIREMENS INSURANCE L Incorporated in 33 WALL Mechanics Bonk Insures against Loss or Damage by Firo on favorable CHARLES rHANCIS WILLIAM IRA WILLIAM CORNELIUS JACOB JACOB EDWARD EDMUND JOHN ABRAHAM JACOB CHARLES ABM VAN EDWARD LIFE MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE 31 NASSAU OPPOSITE THB POST CASH CAPITAL AND This being conducted by a Board of Directors owning stock in tho has tho advantage of tho stock plan of with tho mutual fentiiro of sharing tho profits of tho without being liable to The triennial dividend of profits of this company has resulted in a bonus or addition to tho policy of more than fifty per on the whole premium Tho dividends are paid in tbo lifetime of the tlins aiding them to pay future Premiums may be paiii semiannually or quar when the policy is for and tho atuuml premium amounts te or 40 to 50 per may bo laid by Persons insured may visit Europe in firstclans without extra at all seasons of ho AIIKAM Medical Oflico 2 to 3 THE STEAMER GREAT JOHN VINE For Jlillbrd via Nova The OREAT EASTKliM to sail ior tho above ports on August From Miiford Haven there is railroad con nection with all parts of Great uud daily by itesuuers First class passengers only will bo and tho price is fixed at MINTUUN 78 SOUTH HOUSE FURNISHED HOUSE in with nil the modern ten mimitos of tho Kent not to exceed TJie family consists of four Address box 71 World RELIABLE filletman in a wholesale houso in lower part of tho Ono acquainted with tho slalionoiy trado Addms fin with particulars aud AS TWO OR THREE of business to solicit subscrip ions in cily and Industrious posKossiiiKtlio requisite will be liberally treated Ap ply to London Printing and Publishing 55 DEY np A C II E R S SUlEIUOR teacher of Painting and English for a Seminary in Ohio salary and throo cachciK of Piano sind Vocal Music for scboolsin salaries from S300 tu jWaml a French hulyj teacher of lrencli nml Diawing and Apply WOODMAN 6011 TO FURNISHED HOUSE TO NEAR JKA mtrcy with twelve Uooms in jierfoct to a private Address box PRIVATE FAMILY RBsiDlNa East Thirtyfirst between Madison and Fourth will rent ono large and one hall with Twins fpo LETT IN BRlJdlCLyJn L Fulton inenuo and a few streets beyond Clinton FOUR with or without Gas and in the A family of four persons only occupy the Apply iu JEFFERSON first liouso from Ormond LEGAL SUPREME ARCTIC FIRE IN SURANCE COMPANY of tho nity of Now against GERALD and In pursuance of a judgement of the Supreme Court of the Slalo of I will expose to on tho 31st day of at 12 at tho MerchantsEx in tbe City of by JAMES all that certain lot of with tho buildings thereon situate In tbo city of bounded as follows at tbo south west corner of Ruther ford place and Seventeenth street and running thence south along tho west side of Rutherford twenty feet three inches thence west parallel witli Seventeenth street and through the middle of a party wall ninetyfour feet thonco parallel with Rutherford twenty feet throe in ches to tho south sido of Seventeenth street and tlionco oast along the south sido of Seventeenth street ninetyftjur foet to tho point of Now July JOHN TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORBER OF THE A Surrogate of the County of NOTICE Is here by given all persons having claims against late of tho City of do present tho sumo with vouchers thereof to Iho Iho Oflico of OS UIWAD in tho City of on or before the Six of this Utb day of JAMES Juno 6m A COURT OP X Oyer and Torminor Is nppointod to be held at the City Hull of Iho city of on the first Monday of Octo proclamation is therefore hereby in con formity lo a precept to mo directed and by the District Attorney of the city and county of on the 12th duy of to all persons bound to apneiir nt tliesnid Oyorantf by rooegnizunco or other to appear thereat and all justices of tho coro nnd otlierolHccrswhohavolakon any recognizance for Iho appearance of any person at such or who have Lnken any inquisition or examination of any mer or are required to return such inquisi tion and to tbo said at tho opening on be flust dny of its Given under my at tho Sheriffs In thoclly and county of on tho of JOHN Sheriff lawtd Of the city and county of Now AND L POLITICAL AMERICAN ENGLISH TiTJNRTOrJ fi2 JOHN fltrnot CHIC 1C BRING MANUFACTURERS OP SQUARE AND UPRIGHT 604 SONS have been awarded Thirtyeight Lriie Medals for the superiority of their manufacture for tho pint 35 PIANOS TO A GREATLY IMPROVED IJGHTB A Manufactuicrs of A NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG BASS PATENS INSULATED FULLIRONFRAMK GRAND AND SQUARE 421 A MEKIOAN SCHOOL INSTITUTE B AUNTJMS AMERICAN MUSEUM Phllndolpliia 60BOHE8TNUT A practical Agency lor supplying ana Golegea with competent Teilchere and Professors for ftny aepurlment of and Particu lar attention paid to the Deportment of Tbo Proprietors of this Institute are constantly engaged In supplying and from their connections with of tho principal from their poraooal and their long experience in the they are able to assure and that aultnole Teachers eon readily be obtained through their Applications should state fall par Thin tafatjlifthment ia dpfligned to fnrnifih A MORAL AND AMDS1SS free from all evil influences and EVEHY NOVELTY AMD TDRIOSITI IN TUB WORLD that can he obtained may seen It now embraces TUB MOST IJGIUECT AQUAMA IN TUE abounding with themotrt beautiful living aa ASQKL LIVING Oil SEA SPECKLED BU00K GREAT LIVING BLACK SKA The most IntereHting animal ever Hocn alive 2KB 81ANT 7 YEARS 257 ALMKO AND with jmro White White aud Plot though burn of IJhicU Parents LTV1NS OR WHAT 13 IT JAPANESE BOO NATIONAL OF GRKAT ArlmiEBion 26 Children IS npHE GREAT CLOSE OT TIIE It is hereby notified that rite EXHIBITION OK THE GREAT EASTERN Will bo Closed in New York On JULY AT 7 Up to which time the admission will bo coiitiuuoil at tlio IllTY UNDER Hy W ILL OLOS WE LY 25th7 CUURCHS LATEST TWILIGHT IN THE At GOUPIL Admission 25 CHICKKT ARM AND BASE BALLS anil CLIJUS i tho regular as well an for olher fur amusement anil oilt iloor Price lihtH on A complete as Hortlnent of above on for sale by Corner Liberty I i 6RiFi DENTISTS NO 370GRAND and 2S7 insert full or partial fets of Teeth on their im proved alinoipheric with or without tlio rootE on amber or 510 330 partial BetH on 32 per tooth Teeth filled with SI Hi I ver or 50 Teeth extracted without M FAIRBANKS STANDARD SOALSS1 ADAPTED TO EVERY flllANCIl Of BUSINESS where a correct ond durable Scale is Every Farmer and Cuttle Denier ahould huveo FAIRBANKS Sfczidftru FAIRBANKS 1R9 FRENCHS CONICAL SKENCIlS CONICAL PRICE and economical can easily anil perfectly do tho washing of an ordinary family before This is the only machtue that will wiwh all kinds ofclothoa perfectly without Hlias been tested in the laundry of Frenchs Hotel and wilh all other wantilng machines making any pretensions to anil in every performed its work in less tlian ball tbo limo by any and much uioro thoroughly anil wash a Blnglo nix or nil of tliese articles tlio uo cssity of soaliing or These rcsultB aro produced by tho constant reaction of he ami not by the friction uf rubbing It is idmirably adapted fur introduction into houses with sta ionary us U may be inclosed and connected with tbo wnsto and water and will make an u houses with all tbo modern In Hos on Ships untl and iu tbe it will bo found unequalled and indispen This machine mny bo Been in operation nt tho livnmlry of Frenchs Hotel and at tho 419 corner of Canal PIUCK ONLY TEN The undersigned proprietors are now prepared to irganizo agencies for the sale of these machines in all parts if the and to sunnly to any Amenta wauled in all parts of the United Send frr a A NowYork CENTEAL of all with or without drivers bugtjlfti or Had for ono dollar an to drive on tlio at tho Central Park corner of IIFTVNINTII Street and EIGHTH opposite main Eighth avenuo cars stop in front of Private sitting room fir mo HOOP SKIRT l offer for sale the good will and fixtures of a mill fur tempering and covering hoop skirt an 011 Apply at lllE INVENTORS 102 WILLIAM HEATH It PROPOSALS FOR OtiNTKAL PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND STOCK of scaled proposals will bo received at tho Controllers office tho 10th day of at two oclock when the sumo will ho publicly for he or any part of tho amount of twohundred and iffy thousand dollars of the Central Park Improvement Fund authorized by chapter 8fiof the Laws of and by an ordinance of the Common approved by he July Tho said stuck will consist of two thinisaud five hundred tduircs of one hundred dollars and hour interest at tho rate of six per per payable quarter yearly rom the principal redeemable fiom Sinking Vwml for the lledoiiptlon of tbo City flic proposals will stale tho amount of stock and Ibe price per and tbo persons whose proposalsare ac be required to deposit wilh tho Chamberlain f the within ten days after tho opening of tho ho sum awarded to them including the pro niumu on the On preseiitingtothe Controller tbo receipts of tho Cham icilain for such tlie parties will he entitled ti re ceive certificates for equal ainiiunts of tlio par value of tbo bciirlnp interest from the dales of Each proposition should bo scnlcd and indorsed Propo sals for Central Park Improvement Fund and tho iouio put in a second envelope addressed to tbo Control Tho right is reserved on tho part of the Controller to reject nny or all of the if considered necessary to pro tect or promote tho interests of tho City of Department of Controllers July 1BOO SEWING AND HARLEM Ll and after trainswill leare street NCT on follows Williams Bridge and nil xay and for White indall fur White 1luins anil all way C15 from Whito street dppot for Croton stopping at TVilllonny Bridge and ntal ion above for Dover 4 SO stopping at Whito PlaUis and station above this train rnis to Millcrton every Saturday cvccInKt for Express Mail Train stoiipingnt White Croton and nil stations leave Williams stopping at way and While sinnpim at nllyrny 5and7 and 7 DWer 6 stopping at all slntiuns north of This train leaves Millerton every Monday Croton u stcpiini it all stntious north ofFordham 9 ring at all gta ticus ofWbite JOHN TjMNKLE LYON SEWING MACHINE C 638 Now Extract from the report ofUhc Couniiitlee on Exhibitions icld In Philadelphia by Uie Franklin Institute the us is made by the Whooier SVilsiius Wolislcr oilier Shuttle which ia made by two one cat lied through the fabric by the and the othor paired through a loop iu tbefirst thread or sumo equivalent The appearance of tho stitch by theso Minchines is ttie same en borh Tho Second Cluss produces what Is called Gruver ft or DotibloThreiidLoop which is miulo by u loup of the upper thread being thrujl through the through which a loop frum tho lower thread Is which has again a second loop uf tlie upper tin end passed through and thus the upper and lower tbrends Intel looping one This class of Machines hy a very slight change la tho form of the be altered Into n sKigiethread The Class is the singlethread which pro duces a chain or loopstitch on olio side of the and la usually vailed tho Under tho lirstnnuied chtsn we ftud on exhibition Made by Hindu by Cleorge Bloat A Made Webster Made by Wheehtr Made is a Shuttle and has much o recmiimvnd Tlio ahuttlo in carried In a cm as the inventor tn avoid friction In tho shuttle but in tbe opinion of the isuf doubtful tbe friction must apply to Iho cradle with equal as it would to the shuttle Tim feed is the wheel operated bjr a toggling cer tain in its and simple In adjustment tensum U from a around which tlio thread is each turn increasing the tension a peculiarity Is cluimod in the ope rating The groove In this which given mutIon to tho needle Is su arranged that fhu needle bar Is at no time actually at but its as it appinocbos the top or bottom of its Is gradually lucroiued or dimin The Machine winks with u short and the loop thrown off for the shuttle tu pass through Is vary small the slack of the thread is drawn up by peculiar operated by the needle and seems tu with great In tlie work done by this Machine for the Inspection of tho the operator stitched rom tine game to thick cloth and without any change iu the or The Machine Is Kooreil tu run at a high runs very aud with but little Tbe and Reviewing the merits uf the foregoing in re gard to excellence of mechanical und adap tation to great range uf tbo Committee glvn preference In order of merit Y the flukle Manuiftoturod by Tinkle tbeWheelw ft the Webster ft tbe 0 Bloat ABBWSBi LONG ISLAND KAILKOAB TRAINS LEAVE South for at 10 and North 10 and 5 35 Syosect 10 JO 12 awl AJEVJiYORK AND SEW HAVEN Summer Juno Station iu cvrnar TwiuityBovonth Entrance en TwoiityKftvwtb TllAINS IEAVE NEW New Haven Jor Sonthnoii ant IVosWiut For Nol 3 51 Davlon and 3 50 or For Pert Chcsler nml inlenciliate eOSNKCTINd JfOKton via arriving in time tomnmvt vltb Train for Iortlam For Mow Stvoinatoo or Ilnrtfun aii or Connecticut Kailroad to to tirtcujlcld and to or Providence anil Pisbliill For Kow fTow Lnida Railroad at ami or Onufil Kltilroiltl tu to or Iloiieatonlc Nanpitiick Dpubury and KcrffiUfe EW JE11SEY RAIL TOII 1M1TLADET ibia and tho South and via Jersey iNow Mail nnd Express lines for eavethefdiitofeuRTLANin New 11 4 undo ami lino at 2 ior tho wity trains at all liours during tho and see it tbo Ticket oilier aud inl RAILROAD TO LONG HARITAN AND DELAWARE topping at lied The tenmprs RIP VAN WINKLK and ALICE IltlCR will oavofbotof Robinson direct North sido wharf at 8 nd 4 with an extra trip on at onncctlng at Port Monmnutli with curs for Long Branch nd other cam will leavw Long Irancb at 8X in 0 Excursion fialt wltb on very nl tnnnf HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD FOR ALBANY uud connecting wilh NOKTTI and From April Trains will leave III AMBERS as and 11 nnd D Albany n Sliip ngCar jjimdnyit Way Trains or Sing uud and T for ioiigh and for nnd for brorrt alst Inflalound Northern Llgiitning News imigrnnt Passengers taken Christopher and Slat Trains fur XewYoii caveTiuy at and anvVSMfi and SnudnyIncludcdj uiid iy aboat ball an hour MENTllAL KAILIIOAB OE NEW L From fnot of Corllandt ing at Hampton Junction with Lackawnnna and Hnil lit Elision with Lchigli Vuliny and its MMiat Commracing May Leave NewYovli uti HAKJHBlitriiQ 0 for Munch MAIL for Water Scrau 12 Tiiiwuuii Munch 4 TBBOiice Miuicb 0 WAJ Eoinorvillo aafl iuteruiudiate xpBESa THAIH FOR 6 Ejpress Train from NewItork nrrrvesat Ilarrlsburg at n time to connect with Trains on Pennsylvania Central and Northern Nortb and ami with the Ciimborhind Valley LEAVE NEWYOKE PROM Pmn 2 North and nnd for Easton and intonud und at for Souiervjlle auil mediato JOTIH NE1V YOUK AMD NEW HAVEN KAIL110AD ROUTE TO Via Kew York and New Uavon nml Shore On and after Juno two daily tmins rill leave York from Ihe cornei of Fourth and TwotityBuvcnth Bireot itt 8 anil mwsbg hruugh Now New and to where tho splendid steamer joldon Gate will lie in waiting and start immediately on tho arri val of the trains fur affording splendid sail of 14 mileB down the Narragliuset lit HitJ Insucngers by the DO train change cars at Now IHSKengers by tho train go rom NewYork tu East Urcomvich without change of Tickets Bold uud baggage checked JAMES CBMTKAL 11AIL rWlK PENNSYVANIA L HO TIIROVIIII PASSKXIIKIl TRAINS Mail Train leaves Philadelphia at 7 Lino lixprets Train leaves Six Daily Trains between NewYork and Two Dully Trains bctwi en KewYork and Bostun Through Iicltets nil Hail are good on either of thoabxvo BOAT TICKETS from Boston are goed via Kill or or and utany f the important Ifallraad OfHces In tlio Went also on hounl fthd important liallraad Oinees In tlio my Tthe Regular Lino of Steamers on tbo Mississippi or SPECIAL EXCURSION TO CAIB The Great Kwlern John Vino coin will make im EXCURSION Till I TO CAIJJ MAY AND Leaving NewYork ut 4 oclock Airlving at Mity early tho next leave Onpo May on TUESDAY July ut 0 Arriving at NowYork ull the following This trip has been arranged with a view of affording the ixcursionlsts an opportunity of witnessing in operation Ihe motive power of the ship both paddln and screw on of oxhibitins by practical experience her admirable nUIng and sell as well as spend a day in tlio height uf tbe season at one of thu most fashionable watoring laces in DODWORTHS CELEBRATED BANDS bulb Military and Cstlllon Will accompany tho REIItESlIMKNTt may bo obtained on Kxcurslonlstii must bo on buiuil not latter than in tbo Tickets fur tho round will bo ready for delivery MONDAY July 1aily application for tickets should be as tbo nuin icr of cxcuifllonlsts must necessarily bo Notice will be given Iu toinorrowu papers whbro they may be EXCURSION TO THB COAL OJ1 Central Rdilroad of New Jersej will tell EXCURSION TI3KETB during the broTigb this commencing Juno Faro for tbe entire Tickets good for 10 leave Courthind at 0 and S 12 and 4 Leave Pier 2 at 1 und and BV6 Apply for tickets at either For further apply to General Ticket 60 WALL KEGTJLAH MAIL LINE VIA STOTflNO JL TON FOR AND NKWIOKT ANl MOST 111 Tin Klcnmcra PLYMOUTH CiMifnin Joel and in cun Tiection with tbe nnd nnd Boston nnd Providence Iraving New York daily Sun days frnm 1inr 18 at 5 oclock and Stoninrn at or on tho arrival of the mall rain which leavrn liimton at Tim from Kcw Wediiowlny and Jrorn Thursday nnd Tho PLYMWIll New Thursday end Wenncedny and proceed per to Provldenfii in rhn Espros Mail reach ing said ilnccs hi advance of by ther and iu lime tor bo caily connecting North and Passengers that yreier it remain on bnnril the enjoy a nights undisturbed it and Icitvu btouingtuu in ilie 7 con necting at Imidiice tLo train for A the jiiamtr uud rrain tbrongii full or apply tbe at ho freight Pier 18 NCBTH or ht Ihe oflice ot the 116 WliST sorncr of Niw FIVE DAYS LATER FROM OF THE CONNAUGIIT AT THE rnracE OF WALES SAILED FOE GARIJBALDJ Lord Eljiit and Baron iros CH route to NEW JERSEY STEAMBGAIX I PEOPLES leave for Artany 0 the foot f and in connection with tho York Central fur Suspension aud i all the WesKrn anil Nuithem i I The stcitmorb ISAAC and this are in nllnMiiects fiTted equijiped with an especial view to Eufety and Through run Vn hai Rt thu and baKsage chocked the New tfoik Central and the jiriiiipal cities Freight received is usual forwarded wilh ani at reduced For parlicitiars it of lho compiuiy on the foet of COUHTLAMliT BOSTON ANlTTTtinviTiYE MOLTNCUNS NORTH AT o OCLOCK Steamer I leaves every mid I every and j cliccktd thiungh Freight taken itt the lowest For further information hiqniro of at Urn nllicn on the QTE AMEil BIIOAB W AY LB of JAY at Christopher every j nt 4 ftu Iliibbs inp lit Yonkors 10 cents to Hastings andDobbs Ferry 20 cents i and aw iO HL orvinu UK TIUJ C 0 N T1 N K T A L I N S U It A N C K is CASH JULY 8 ThoDIliKCTOHS of tliiu COMlANY have this ihiy de clared a UIV1HHM of KOIITYIIVK IHil TO ITS npnn the Iremimns earnrd hiring the year ending 1st on all entitling thu holtkrrt tn hi the prilitu 1 thu mil will he ishucd un he ITrlh nf Htlitembcr jidlicy huldcrs for the Jilnount to wiiith are ana upon tbo ninie day PJill ISTEKESl1 will be payable I upon Iho outstandinghcrij Ismied by tho A pciiiiiilinual wich Uividenil ii SKVKN PBll I will lie paid lo tho or legal representi mi nnd after lUtli July This cuiilinileu Ihe business uf INSUHAXCK on favorable CYKUS Assmtunt m J TO LOAN ON BOND tn the LUlULLAItD JflllB INSURANCE 1C 1N HI HA NCE 18 Will HOARD DJKBOT011S THIS J declared a scmianniuil dividend of SIX per paytiblo on null itiler Iho Kith MIOHAKD July Thu from Galway ur livnl off this purt oclock this The jonrnuight met witli an accident when sixteen hours out from the piston working through of her cylinder Her greatest run in one lay was 331 Tho steamship from Boston nin arrived at Liverpool on tbo The steamship from ut the Tbe stoauisliip Africa mailed from Liverpool for NewYork on tlio Tho transfer of the mail contract with thu Galway lino to the Cnnndinn company had been the steamship North lrititm was to leave Liver pool on the loth with tho and proceed to via Tills service is tu bo fort and the Gnlway steamers are to lternato with the Canadian touching at London ns at Thu Prince if Wales embarked in tbe at for on the Jth and sailed at S oclock on tbe morning of the Tho chan nel licet accompanied him as far as Cape Two additional unimportant failures of leather traders had been The aciiuiuecenco of all tho powers in the proposed conference was considered and it will be held in Paris during the month of Tlio powers will be represented by their Nothing farther was known as to Garibaldis niove There were reports of fighting near but lacked The proclamation of a new constitution had been received with indifference at Thu royalist furees fur the delunsc of were computed at Tlio Sicilian ambassador to Franco hud reached Tho papal government has released the political prisoners in the France had notified the Turkish guvuniment i hor jointly with nther stop tho massacre of the in The liomtuiy mail line 7had reached Lord Elgin and Uuruii Uros had ijuittcil CJallufor Jiinoly boxes of specie from the wreck of the Ma aluir had been The Bombay markets were Freights were At Calcutta freights were The Melbourne mail uf tho 17th of Slay had The commercial crisis at Sydney had Only two additional failures had taken The New Zealand news is Tliero were signs of the insurrection there LATEST BY TELEGRAPH TO The Mnnitcur announces that the legslatif session will be prorogued till the 21st uf The report that the Austrian government intends to contriiet anew loan is Without UNION DIME SAVINGS 429 CANAL corner of from 10 to and from to 7 Depntiitw from 10 cents to wnn frnwii depositor during tlio last Six interest UcpusilM nindo on or hofbro July draw interest from July Money to on bond iind OFFICE OP TUB NEWYORK KQUfTAliLU JNSUKANCJB 68 WALL July Thu Boaril of IlirectorH have IhiM lay declared it mnaianiiuiil iliviilenil of TEN 1EK pityaMe to Hie BtoiUholderB on and after thelBth JOHN 1NSUKANCE 4S WALL Bunk of NewYork NewYork The Hoard if huvu tlna ilay ilcclaieilasuniiannu al Lividecd cf TIN It IER payable on and after lOlh ON IN tcrest on the stock of the Corporation of tho City of NewYork duo and payaMo August will ho paid on tlat day by Nathan Ciniinberlain of the city of at theArllxaiiD1 17 Nassau Tlio Transfer Hoolia will ho cloned 12th City of Uopurtmont of Comptrol lerB July jylJ BIIOAUWAY J JNTEEEST DEPOSITORS ARE JL hereby nolijieil that tho iimial eeiniaunual interest on deposits entitled at the rate of Six per per on HiiniH not exceeding and Five per over will lie paid on and aftur 16th Interest will ho jilaced to thu crolitof Depoituraas prin and ilruw inliTeHt acconlinyiy from July 1ItANCIS FOR JAKK ior by MMUIIAM 4 18 WILLIAM rilO TWO JL two atoriea and Hied Jn with rooms ternw or wtmollilng luus for Knot Bold tliis week will bo Iminiro of UUS WILLIAM or of comer of KOWill Avcuuu und SLiUVENTKBNTIl BRY A McLEAM IiMlOH tern and ilealera in UliY 40 C1UM IlKHS New are now opening a largo and at tractive of foreign aud domestic Dry adapted to tho fall SUITS At 93 FKlNCiU comprise Shirt Lluon Other qimlltle in TIclcetaof OlotWugand Dlamoua piiTounied oT isc DE ARM8TRONG BUY OOOD8 HAVE lUiMUVKD TO VUEHl NUW AND BlAClODS 83 4 86 DUANK H B A U U II 0 A D W A V Where they will offer for aalo a now und elegant stock of Dry Ooodu fur thtt Tall aultod to UbCtiuuu of fkej iwo oponiiiLr weekly AMOSKKAG AND WAMSUTTA Thebe celetiatefliirlttHaxethe ncuit3t anil bmt now Hold In tho United and they leuvf to call tho particular of lualera tn IBON JACKSON HXCELSIOH IKON 399 201 1 TO 0 HOW 115 TO 121 Iron Kuillngti for Parka ivi Fire and Burglar Proof uml Shu Patent Prlmnatlc and Conical Area olid Vault and Castings of orory for building Jlunu and Siiecllkattons and all lufonnatlon ap pertaining to Iron Work on application at Office CENTBE COMMERCIAL July COTTON sulca of Cotton today were invliidliig on Bpociilatioii and for The market clones active and witli less irregularity in Saturdays business reached STATE OF has benn no market at Manches ter blnce the wviling of the aro dull ami sales ijuite Corn steady at for Tlio weather has been favorable for the LIVERPOOL IIIOVISION provision market ia dull but 1RonrcD Sujcaru and all qiuilitica slightly Colfeo Itico quiet Carolina Husin steady at 45 for Spirits Turpentine LUSMN July 0 closo at Ior and for lireaiistnlls dull and quotations but little Coifeo Hico Tullow Latest by Heather English aud Wheat at Mondoys for and for Cotton fiiilen probably about halea guod demand and pricea ARRIVAL OF THE The scrow steamship Captain from Hamburg and Quarantine Tho Teutonia loft Southampton nt eleven oclock in tho on the 5th of and con some bours later than tho City of Balti from reported in 2Vie World of the 17tU Tuesday Tho Teutonia landed two hundred and sixty pas and brought London papers of tho Sth of wanting by tho City of A great portion of her latest news has bson an ticipated by tho reports in For sho gives tho nauios of tho mem bers of Garibaldis now wbieh appeared iu ourpaporon Monday too Sho Las also n rojjort of tho fuaeral of Priaco Jerome Nupoloon taken from tho but an oxtemfod ao eount of that specially translated for appeared in our issue of the 17th TUB ItEVULUTION IN NATIVES AND Wo give tho following by tho Toutonia July 1 via Tho troops who wore stationed in tho environs Naples liavo been concentrated in tho Tho garrison of Elmo is composed of foreign In olhor parts of the kingdom the police have been maltreated in tho same manner as those at Iwclve thousand visits of condolence have been paid liuvon The Ctinrricr de Jfnrtelllcn states that a skirmish oil place on the 80th Uetweea mo detachments of Oaribaldians and a portion of iu royal THE WAR IN The London Tiuicv of tho 5tih of July has tho fol owing July from Beyrout to ho 21st BtatOB that the roinforuod by lordcs of plundering Kurds and had at uoked the town of thu last refuge of tho Chria Tho town was entirely burnt and ono thousand Christians were Deril iu onsoquuuee of inhabitants having been was plundered and Other uuU of pillage and murder had Veen perpetrated in the anti It was said that tbe children at the school Malahalahad been notwitbstandiag they were under the protection of tne French and that the ITrenoh consul had sent to withdraw the children from the Catholic Tho Turkish military reinforce mouts had not arrived at Boy THE OALWAY STEAMSHIP London July The following curious statement iu reference the final fate of tlio osletoated Gralwfty Lover subsidy ap pears In the Dublin Xvwtog For months paat friend uui foe of oontraot beeo tauttly pre noting fora aatnstrqnhe SOUIQ Wud or   

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