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AN OLD VIOLIN MYSTERY.
ALL MO 111 31 AKERS BAFFLED.
4 DOCTOR KMITOVS HIS I.KlSt'KK IN PS. BB* Vf IBS
SSTBStfll19TB PtlS crim*-na vaRMsii.
it is generally believed ihai iho CBssBsaa violin
makes nocs?l'in -tl considerable ti ll. trniil-le and vena?
tion thrungli their nun i oniinlilal nature. They lot
the secret nf iheir masterly violin varnish die with
Ihem and thc musical world, therefore. Inclines to the
oj-i'ilon that the Cremona artists wore Ihe closest
bind of a corporation, since they pii-iossed neither
heart nor tongan Tho efforts of tho linlta'ors of the
Cremona schmd, as noll as of violin makers the world
over, to discover ihe sccivt of the Cremona varnish.
would tate volnilms to record. Put probably th.)
procos- |,n< bOOO hu,Tod under loo many agc- lo SO un
earthed sud ll villi sloop nn for all time, going down
through th? sccs hand In hand In undisturbed isecurlty
With the secret af Adsm's (.rave.
Although the old Cremona violin malters could give
points, If they wore alive fo day. to fhe o-osost cor?
poration end-T the sun. tlicro a.o, novorthel-ss, some
violins mado now that In somo ret, pec ts equal their
SSaSeabte Italian ancestors. Rut In two respect*", at
Jasef. ih" DmSBOSSBI lead fhe world. Your true old
Cremona can boast of. or rather congratulate Itself on,
tho feet that no other violin can rank with lt In the
-"sp blue blood Ilia! the extreme rnspocla'.tilly of ?
Cremona a':eest;-y vourh-safes. In the language of to?
day's practical world, there ls whore the Cremona has
the "bulgo" on Its rivals. These old Italian violins
have boon singing Sena tho ages since the Cremona
period, from about |S00 to 17:;?, to tho piosenf time.
Time ls as essential in ripening a violin as lt ls In
mellowing wino, and constant use ls as nooessary In
developing all the resources of a violin as prartloo ls
In porf-Htlng any art.
NO (UFA! SKPrSTITCT'' FOI! TIMK
There ls no substitute fur time In tho qualifications
necessary tn BMhB uno of the most perfect things In
arl, and Hie violin mai.*-rs who take tKoli- violins, or
perhaps tba material, in order lo give their In-tru
nienf. sn old and crisp tone, tah I Father Tlmo by
BarprtOO only momentarily. Baking takes tho life ont
of a violin, lt ls said, and Iho lii*?truineni that has been
roasted ls of at,mit as much practical use after a few
real vigorous Wagnerian BOeBoofl as the average man
after seventeen Turkish baths in ono wei-h.
lt ls easy enough to got old wood. When the old
hotel that stood on Hie situ now occupied by the Wash?
ington HulKlIng was torn dow n. two violin e_thn
ala-siN of this elly got ono nf Hs beams, which was
nearly foo years old. Furthermore it Kal*! ihat the
ex|ioit violin-maker today pr*,bullly hunns as much
aboul the BOBSnOO of his art a*, hi" prototypes, lint
they all st ic li on thc varnish (jue*,.Inn ; (bo varnish
question sticks thom,snd oomottaem the varnish won't
stick on 1h"lr violins as lt shnulil. Allocother it ls
a sticky question, and now that American scientists
ore coming to lt tilth confidence, burn of tho dis
aerms of the telegisph, telephone, phonograph and
fchakospoare's impositions, Homet liing ought to come
out of their e(Torts. One extremely Interesting phase
Bl t?o pi.,I,lem has been I livest I gat on t,y a profession
al luau of this city. Vbom bobbS I** violins ami
ilolln varnish. He Inclines to Ibo opinion that
be has solved the problem of vloltn-varnlsh
ll) having illscvei'.'d a met I,od of malting
vsrnUh sheets ont of amber and oil. This
rlalm will set tho head, 0f tho musical world vvag
gliiR. for violin-makers by tho ser.ro have bothered
them selves mom thai) a little over amber. Dr. Delos
rainier, of West Forty fifth st., ls tho originator of
Ihl* sheet varnish, and he explained his IbOOSteO and
Showed several of lils violins on which the varnish ls
used, Ihe other night, to tho writer, who te6!ed
tho lastremeati with olaeelns rosuiu.
Di. Palmor, who ls Intorrsle-d In ether scientific
iiiatfrrs, wa* drawn Kilo th-: viulln (j.icstloii about
eight years ago.
AV ACCIDI NT THAT MAS HKSCI.TKI) WKI.L.
A friend of lils who had a viollli store tn BroaSWOJf,
asked him, as ho was passing, lo slop In and help him
un a violin thst had been badly varnished. He got
Interesied In the varniMi problem at once, and for
five years studied and experimented on the mailor
?altin,nt success. Ho learned how to make violins.
however, and besides that collected a few valuable
ln?tromcnts. among them b-*!.ig an Amatl-Sfrarl. a
IMaglnl ami another Italian pi, Hi air h which saw light
In DUB Th"sc Instruments are excellent Criterion!
by which the Doctor can ludj;e his own violins as
they advance through t Kc ?stages of tons', ?i non to
completion. Three years ago Dr Balaam hit on the
varnish that be now us"s '.i ls mado of ainln't and
oil, tho method of prc; ninth n being, of course, S?OWa
only to Dr. I'-.liner. Tho combination has a trans
pam mr* thal, when Boohed with a red colo lng run?
ning M orange, makes an extremely sightly and beau
tir.tl covering The coloring ls done something after
tho way th., calico ts colored, and I he varied results
are art,il,,,-,] at* ni ding ti deslic. Thc val nish ls pio
pnmd in (.heels, of tho desired thickness, and ls
Stretched over tho wood, one -.dc of the -heel being
prepared esp.. lally so as to give it Ike proper ad?
hesive quality.
6o far the ramleh has clung to tba wood like a
part of lt am! time alone can fully diTimnsiia'o tho
success of Dr palmer's ezBBttment Be ha*, mada
lix or seven violins unaided, catching Ihe Hmo for
his work outside* of profevMnnal hour-. Ills work ls
done In a little wm ks!,.ip In his boom, BOOldm tha
violins, ho has mado a number of lops ami burks and
bas also found time to repair some Instruemuts be?
longing to his friends. For a busy professional man
ihr* vkoikmanabip of tho Inatraawnte is moat aredit
able. 'I heir leam aro clear and even, and this ro
Siilt, Dr. Palmor says, ls due In the evenness of tho
varnish. He b? found lt to lie successful In soften- ,
lng the rough tunes of a must amomgromlslnglj harsh
Inst ru ment, which wa*, one of ihe first violins he
e,'\,-,. 1 with h's varnish.
A -AMPLK Ol WH lt TIIK MW VAKM-H CAN I) >.
Balam lt was covered ho played on it la a friend ol I
lils, a miisli ian. and Its no.ts nam so bomb that they
grave tke inu-iclan out ot the room. Kai," on. after lt
".a.- vai nished. h<* carried lt to In- fi i nd's bous-t and
played on lt wilhout disclosing Inc VloMn. Identity.
"That's the bom violin you have made yet, Due lui*,"
aaa tho um.Kuan's loliilneot.
Dr. Palmer's argument foi* his .heel varnish ls that
lt pmeerVW an even thivkiiess all ovor iho violin, a
BBOnM that o.hor melli',.... he cl ai nie. du not always
Onmpeoa The tops and bar L.t. of violins aro la-lnoiied
by hollowing uni, digging and planing the wood Into
Shape, and In tho piocoss of lonna..on "end-" are
li.aile In Ibu curves aid hollows, lhat lb, tho gi am uf
Iho wood ie exposed lu the curve.,etc. VA ooU loll in
thi* raw aud " cut-lnlo" condition ls an easy prey to
ai mos pnei lc vu lesli uno*, and a covering l. nsocOOWS
to pi, eil ihe wood tram elimata ckaaaon Tkal pre*
toctlon is afforded by vanns.',, but Dr. Palmer be?
lieves thai hi- goos further in his methods than those
usually empioyi ?!. In appl>tug varnish to hollowed
ont Wood, h" Ban that ll ls liable to sink lulu Ibo
"* endl." thus, in ono way, preVeiiilng an ovcu thick
no,* uf varni-h all over ihe Instrument tshoet-vai nish.
be say*, gives an even favoring, because lt ls of equal
thickness iteolf. aud If Hie Inst ru mont's curves and
hollows are si iiiUtell'K_.lIv fash.ono-. Its acoustic,
properties aro loglcail.v and poi feel ly supplemented
and Alder! by tho varnish that so faithfully follows
the paths of tho amtsaor. tools.
Two violins covered with Dr. Palmer's varnish are
to bc seen at a violin si.us, In Hits city not tar fruin
Cooper f'nlon. Those who have examine- the violins
lhere are much Interested, and lhere ls considerable
rurloslty In n mr than one quarK-r, nol all musical,
lo learn something of tho process by which tho sheets
a>e made.
-?.
A FAULT OF SOVE MOTHERS.
Frum Th* Button Journal vt Heal'h.
Quite a natural fault, and uno exceedingly common.
m tor m.liners lo hol'l Hioir infants altog-I her lou
Lui' h. Ky so doing ihey liieouv enlci.ce thirnisolvcs
and Injure their liUlo mies. Verv n.aiiv mother* say
thai "it ia)..-- aVuit all their Him- to attend tu the
banv " Jn almost all instances where this ls true lt
to iheir own faull. When oi.ee tl..- habit 1- foi med
of talTng tke lUtle one up as soon as lt shows Signs
of wal.,,,., ls restless and dKpo-ed to cr>, ihe mut her ls
1 ' in Hi a slave lo Its capt lees, sud no tyraii. cao
1" n,ore Marting This ls by no means a trifling
.salter. IMO every hom", however poor and humble,
a baby should bring thc sunshine of happiness ; hut
does lt slwavs do Ihl, ?* it ls do ihllui if a Single par?
ent can le- found lo say no; and ve! they are not a
few who nield, lt ihev -.av.- boncst expression of their
itu. ii:i,is. say that the coming ,,f it,,, fit,ie one am s
nii-fonuii'- The is-a-on K obvious t? student, of
h-iinati aa! uro iv I,,, au- InSueaeed b| what tiny s?-o,
as well a*, bj sim' IkOJ luar, mud doubt the laller
In the ah-"nc nf proof.
If a baby is healthy, and proiK'tlv managed fruin
Ile- tost il onghl to. In Its cally ino i.i h. of life, pass
filly etgkteea hours In sleep. As a*.-e advance*, the
amount rcnatrod baromee less, but even at two vears,
lt on ghi 'n sleep thirteen or foiii'teen hour*- mit of (he
twenty-four. There ace more children who do not
g.l tb1, amount of sleep ii..,,, inert' am who (lo, and
j-rt ii i- essential to their awll-befng Now lt is
cl-ally appen* il th*, mm hess who a*e toreod to 'do
their own work," nord no. saorlf'.ee so much time lo
th-Tr latents as ?OB] do. and n.-gleci niher Important
races: lt i- v.Ti-n they neglect their other Stifle" 'hi!
dlst-ust as to thc ariual blessing in the foim *,f Hie
bebe beglne.
Than ere, sf ennrae, eieepttoaa, but tu toe many
hon..*" ev.dene i- not Wnntlng ih*t -be advent nf n
ba''V ls inoee or loss a iiaclshl a, which ls shared hy
every it'cmber of the tam!!). The mother, poor soul,
/lillis lei earea multiplied, and If the newcomer la
troublesome *no Mtay bo fumed, If noi, sh? soon finds
lt essj to n< picot, or bul imperfectly perform, her
household dulles Disorder ls uiosl alway* the Bret
ly ni plum ii.a.-i't' -led, and this ts soon followed by a
lack of etona?asea, fl.-si In the amt ber's appearance, '
then in her lurroundlnm, and finally the little one
suffers from tho grave fault. Tbe husband tina* his
home less Inviting, and the cheering Influence of the
baby can scan*ely compensate for the Anlefnl chango
whti b has taken place about him. Roth be aod the
mother, through her own fault of management, must
soon ask themselves, neither daring, however, to
breathe a doubt to tho other. "Was tt, after all, for
the best r Many readers will say that thia ls drawn
rom tho fancy of tho writer, and iel some few will
rreo-rnl.e tho picture as true to life, barely outlined
though lt ls. _
RIDLEY'S
GRANO-ST., NEW-YORK.
Always, in Slock. A Full -ted) of
BIKER'S
Reliable and Justly Celebrated
FAMILY MEDICINES,
"TOILET PREPARATION*! AMI PERMTMB!*, e-a.
kraolna about ona hundred different articles, all of
wkiok wo LEUALI.Y Ut'ARANTSK to alva peyton
sii(..f?c,l..i, ia our ( u.iomari or we retard their ment;,
Eteryihlus al boi tom price*.
_
309, 311, 3115 to 321 Grand St.,
SS, ON, SO TO 70 AI.KK.N-HT ,
50. SI. MS. S.i O-tl'Il A lt li-HT., ft. Y.
Hm Poblirotiono.
31
I.NUN.?-A J ale of Love niul In triune.
By i'KKIiKKM'K kV. PFAttSuN.
First volume or ic "ELITA MB KA UV " Juslout.
TIIK WKI.KKS I'l'BLIsHl.N'U CO., ?!*_ Broadway, N. Y
Jnstrnction.
For Youn** L idles?City.
J|1SS CHISHOLM'S school FOB GIRLS.
ii Bom 8it*.it..~ "ref'Torfe,
Vi' rw.'in-,,iu u,'i :;. Aor, J.anti.
For Both S?xee?City.
A -MEISTERSCHAKT BC I OOL OF LAN
_t\. (ll AliKs, 17 Weal ITit St. aQOOQltO ReeerTOir
KliMuXU a vs UNI. AK. A, M.. Kiln tl-L
All th.' iiiet.-rii languages i. o.i "jalckly oookee hv th* Wei*.
teroehofi syt?,i. Trew irtai la-sea nu v.,!..,. <i at i
p. .also 8 p. m. ('lasses all ci. les t*tiu*n*r natir*
teacher*, ll-* AX CH IN UHUOKl.VX.
A -FRENCH LANGUAGE.
_?*? Qaamesoilm maakt >*> i nr- teims, ns. T**timn_t_i*
et the higheat anier ,ii,ii> luemueia of I oiuiiil ia Wu* ui.g
ten, si . unit sud huaUles CT.ttt.a ur | nvate luatrm kun.
Al?o KjIIii. P,?K'ss*r sad Ma 'ame a ***OE (Purls),
_'.Os Vest -situ.?i., g-fi'-n! Ciair.
A BUSINESS EDUCAI ION.?Bookkeeping,
wr |. lng, an I.ic*..., tmrretwoi.rtence. ? i,e: 111,-?. it. rt. .i
plinni.srai liv. li pe vt riling ailie*' . .; ai inieul Cav sn ! eTen
Ins. I'AISE's IU T.VFss ( I'l.l.Ki.h, 89 I ewerv, roru*r
( ai al.tl ; iiploan in.' West i.il! at. e u , ( r I'.roa iw?i.
r^LASS or PRIVATE iiistiii-tio*) in French
V> bj a Parisian lady j her or pupil's real loins, bett ref
er*,i,fd. PEACH EU, '-'.?, Trimue i'tlntu Oitics, 1,_3?
Bi unI way.
STENOGRAPHIC AND TYPE-WRITING
IT INHTl . ll K. - VI AI.WiiKiIK-s. 8 k* rtt l.th-lt.
11 roes ly a eerasr Knit u smi Plat boah ire..), day a,,.
Honing. ladlee' depat ii'in. |.lut.clr*cy - mouth* , inn,
i .a.s irrei or, n sra
s
;liORT_IAND.
EVENING a I. A"* e.
? all Sol West'.'Td-tt., M. K. HILL.
?rrilh l.F.l.LlI Z school OP LANGUAGES.
-1 2.1 kV. '.','(|.st. Brand,,??. I'r,.ok!y,i. Boat,,., Pinta.. v\'asli.
mgloa. ('onrartanoiia: kn*wl?.iso lu sh-netl lune, term $10.
"T?HE PARK COLLEGIATE school
1 (Kuy*!?Kamliy ami Dayl.?A solem sch,ml where
groat parsons, atlenti >n ls sivcii u prepv ttlon |,.r .......
o-i T-ewiu-re ; 1-ra.viag aad Ito u>j> 'ioiti.ui tu In lus'nai Art
tau_li? KKMEK E. lill. KU'S. il. A., (JJ Ea.t.-lh at
Musical Instruction.
A .NEW YORK CONSERVATORY of MUSIC
1 (nut*'" only at
IEA.ST 14TTI.**T.. AA loora*- tl . I",I. _V.?.
TRaPiaSTOBOAtSlZI-U in* mi'.'i,,,. mi Jttitrri.
tear in Allier, -i.
Allhis r'.v -1 ) *S SCHOOL Or vi'Si;. i-Vkiitla-, fat
rial, Kang.i ises. Drawing ul Ptlatlna suit itt r,,?.f?
t N I.UK A I.KKK A ll VA fri IK ..
OI'I.N* DA V ant KViiS l.V'i (..rills le.'.?pti*n if Pirkil*.
H. ifs-The rt. V. C )N'-I-".KV a rotlV noir al "> F.asiH'T.
SU, i,? ir o.ti-jTe, na* nu UT V 't'i Tl uar UO , NK'TI ?.tl -ari ta
? UT >.tiler adi ,,,1 au ('le >(r ??. ir a I i* 'it.' a. l...rats it i 1
EXPERIENCED LAD. PE .CIIKI. of Piano
I J wi.ul.l like nure ii ip a ; i.arllcu.ar att-nli*n elvan tl
be .'Iiinei s , also pmeliOO t, tl .aired. Tenn*, $-. TKACilER,
*_- I'reeiiwit-a*s. _
Prooklvn.
THE CRITTENDEN.
KXOI.ISH KKKPARATORT. FRENCH SCHOOL
sn i K)uit*iKar!e.ii tor iint.i .-it
07 Hlrks.st- enrner of Piiisapala,
kf.covd YEAH Sent-naber-a Miss Ct ?_.'.\'ilF.KK**-.
I'ruiiipaL *_;.!,i year* couiieotol willi lu* Packer collei
lkUlu.lil.il*. 1 ii id lei'ui tiegist . eui u...y S.
For Bovs and "Youn? Men?City.
CT. Lons C rL-EGE, l") Wost 4.M-*t.
) ' K-iect Catholic School] mo lei n lang,nure*, tin-mesa
course, ikoroug.i instruction j lliuiieil un ub-r, clioi* e chu
|.auiiiiisin|t. Booea-s ossalea. Bob. I.
ITNIVKKSIIY ORAMMAR 8CFIO IL, 1.473
\J Broadway, ueir tdlalt "'li- fr. Prrnirr. oj ,>
saerr.al siiiloust.Ail <!apartia*ato : inttrn"tim th >ro ig*_ >_.
M. HOiiBV. VV. L. AKIN*. N. C. ll KN URI (.' ?so\. Prtnv
ToTFD ion dc: -oiiool. :??_ Rnst-Sth-st.
?Sti*nluie, Ciiatical. Twa .U'clr.l stadsnu Ii.t*
sen i -. .i lei . . eb.a Behool *f t ??*
Boys and Yohoe- Men?Country.
ELMWOOD school POR POY.*.?At Mil.
tor<l. c*. m. Parents who ar* nnfnrtunst* in th* nts.
S-ertient *ftSeir t m. .Till li well lo pratt br lae a,lT?iit.tg*i
cfere.l jr tftUsc-l ni. Addrese PR A X B I I IO AM*, Sii/L
-FREEHOLD 1 \s il i cn:. Freeholil. S..h
A Kortyfourtb vi.tr f*r I,,yt anl viii' ii-i A.Mrsn
Ker. a O. OH v.M I1K,(S, A. M., I'rlnc.pal.
fcllGHLANO MILITARY ACADEMY. Wor~
I 1 c**t*r, Mern lld yeer. Karlis!", s ??,. ? ...... c.
C. B, ?!KT* ALI, A. M.. *-,i|i ruite* l?nt._
IRVING i\S TlTIITK. I an vr^).v i-on-Hu 1-"
I ..ii. elora inn.a tl . iv , ,r i :'-1 , , u - itt i, < i.- --ii i ti)
aolraoUea fer tS?ir j .ya Al ira** _ aa *.i*M AOL Pa >?
\IT. BEACON ACAOEMY.
irl rtSRKfLUQ*l>RODSO"_ If. Y
A select To-i* toa .tl. }. ; ; ,, - I, . I v Vf., Prisolpt".
w
For Youri'*'- Ladies?Country
HOME nnd DAY school far GIRL*.?Pr.
wsry, latonaatmta Cteo-oal, Kngiish. Masio. Pni,tit
ailiulite,' io V itt tr Wellesley. Mmltti o? ".ureertlfleate. Ttire*
V attar -lalukieslejousrs. *1 H I ki. M ->.' >|,iiu-n,-ii. Mat_
OUS ATONIC FA LL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
- anning the R-iathlr* Hills, (irmi llarrintrioii. Maa*.
Prepares girls f, r colleen. Kecoiicl wiuc'r ? will begin V*0.
IS Address Ml**,* MATCH AWI Ititi-N _
-TRINITY HALL. Bi-vcrlv. N. J.~
fl
A theront-h htme trliool for twenty rons* l?-1'.*s VnriSl
sdvaatage* of tliehivhest or ler Careful -ralnln. la intaner,
Boiu't an.! heart. H*lid oolmro In Knrllsh. Mnsln. Art anl
I.i-' nt A preter! i*i! csurs* fer stu tents prep irln-j; fer
myeolleee fiurln- torm -e-rm labruaiy i. Kor elreular
t-i-.i.-?. lite prlaoipal.
BACHBLLI OIBBOMS HINT.
WEST WALNUT STREET BOARDING
M SCHOOL I >r young Kadio. anl little dlr!*: *!rhth
ye.r Urn* uL't-rale. A l.lre-t vn.ij. T RAC T M ANN.
4.mu w .Ina's'. . !? ela telphla. I'.un
til) HALF YKAR.-hO(.KLANI)"'COLLEGE!
tie STACK, tt. V will open Viii mary 1, f*r I aglitti. Rusi
neas, I'tiTersi'v Prairilirr eour.i for Ka.Het. Mu*lc tut
Art Bead far catalog ?? , _
\V. H. BAWNISTBB, A. M , Prianpil.
A YEAR POR HOY*).
cvri ruixasuoRri.ro ie. ^ iCftsrow*.*
u.j.s i- m ? i ac il* ar
$
1500
Miscellaneous.
DUSSKLDORF--AM RHINE?GERMANY.
-Haver nome with srsat eiliicattonal alt -jnUgea. of
f, red los lew voung Amen* an a lu-a High?t refeience..
_-dre*. Iran'em VON VlRCENTl aul Miss HAWKEY.
lu hiaekkniip S.raise, _
"A -CIRCULARS OP OOOD schools fres.
_r\ ? i-tat* whether for Loy* or /lila, and lncatlty |.re'*rre I.
B. E. AVEKY. Ainsricao Se'ioil Bura.i*. J W. Ulii-tt., N. Y.
CtlRCULAR-i of sebooln, b.?tb imsea. citv nnd
J ceuu.ry, with carelui advi. e ui parent*. MIBIAM
C'OYRICIIE. 31 F.aSt l?lh-SL, bctweeu Itu st,- aud li roal
war
(? cachet's.
A Bis 1 TEACHER8, Tutors aol Oo-fern
. ease* tuppllel no cbar<a TEA* TIERS re-is(*r*l
Ire. raoae-ite* i.'irt ?? -*?*? ??' " *'r sit-uu lt. _.
AviaY A u'llrin -sc,,,.,. I?ra-a. -' V .tlli.ir.. *. ?
ABUUCE8SFUL TEACHER of Enptliah,
mil hemailo* and Kalin, with a ftOd record nt disci,,lm
.rU. ii ,,?li s.lo.t.on in N-w.Vork or the- cui.tiy.
r.rat.. a.t.ircj* A.n. M . Sa Bl t *,.ii ??.* *i.. Brooklyn.
A MEklCAiS AND coin I'.s Ti.A''HKi:s'
r\ AOani-T saoolim Praftm?m Tmekfra TaU_te.aew
na sos to. S -inKnlitT? Knaei* sa-l Pamlile*. Anyll to
!*!>.?? M. I. YOIMI ll Ll i.N'. .'.( Ku *i Sqiisro.
1 1 i:s<K/s ll.AClL-.KS AGENCY, rs1 East
I I ITU. ?i. sn' plas sir,., ul ,r !.,..,.ci* BUS l'"''r?"?",
al' branches rt* dem an Milling KnglUli. 1 r.iie i. '**r nan, I
?-*|ia?.ti, -,,,,a-n . but schools iecon,inen'e.! _j
\1ISS ADELA RANKIN. T.'ir'i *i of Elocti- j
j'I inn,. Reader ol Du kent, am' LS-SOt**OO Vet? SOUS
mg and Kui.a -ne ,-iiiou,ii,', u )..?? i, ia ai. Koa yera.
RESIDENT GOVERNESS nraated to nssist '
il i'Ii-u smua lo st...ou , ,nu*l nu... i?.a,..l Eiisi.-'i :
, rands, i,, ,,; tar\ Oeiuau lliieut y aul uintic Applv 9
to ;-'..??. it; i.i BM at
WOMAN'S F.XCH.WOi: TFACHRRS' RU
BBAOtfaf iio'h ,.ii.|i tnpi.lls* Prs'etsir.. TVase*!
?ra (ni'i'ii""**. Mail, i.m, II .usekMuar*. ?:-nnpaar nit,
tte., la ... ???-.. -e ...... and taiulllot als., ) ., ,. .e.,.ort.
Stec**r.*t,ar* an i ''unyAts ie iiiialn-t* Seta*
Mrs. A a -, 1'i.v.ii, fie bu. *.... Ree -voracity.
(-"t-firhtfl.
TUTORS, goveniPi.sp.-s, ur ifcasoM, te ich *rs,
tit tirmii het : client tr- ?f rfioho at hosts ?npplle.l to
parent* j mislers Uusnti;.-* tjKikeii. MlltiAM (OTIIIKRK.
Si r"?*t 17th ?(.. between tllt-ave and Ri midway.
"IVAN TED.? Freud, foreraeis Eeacbins
T? drawing, pliao i French rompt Ten for Baromi
f'oTerneas. I'ranch. Oor-uau. p.aim. Apply to Miss t|. K.
)OKUVAN'8 1EACH. BS Kl UK V t . ..Didst ll.t-.l.
Dancing -Auifc-mits.
A LLEN DODWOHTH. No. 681 Fi-tli-ars.
classes ANO private bBBSOBJB
See circular.
GENTLEMEN Mom ir au I t'i inlay -vsala-rv
."i - special eire Tar.
ALEXANDER MACOREG ?ICS,
6.9 Madison-sr*. Privatelouse*oedstaeom i? ..-*
lng. Thoron**;!! i utrucTiou in w illa! ur uriTit-lr.
As MR." 'IRK No Ik. Brnsdwa/ and 321-st..
rivet lr ai.,,, tn DA COIRS et er, day and *tuiiiiik,
pupil* rsn Iiskiu-any time unfit Mst. *-*fi I f*r ctrcalsr-s
GEORGE WALLACE'S CLASSES, 120lt7
tt and Uh-it*. ?ll* emin > itu .dar, F.-ti. Kl. fnrltv
tmns necea**ry. |>ownin?n sctiool No. 20 Weat SBtb-at
I-; ...ile tu ii. n KearucnUr*.
Winter tU'eort-.
AJIOMI TUP. SUMrSTAIRSL
OLEN SUMMIT HOTEL.
OFFS ALI. THK VKAK. Sfun.'m', Open-rrat* Flra*.
Wmm Parlor and all tia eiujurta nf a rtrsr-oiasa vv.utar -lesurt.
Acreitlhle fra ? New-Ymg vii Lehigh Villey llsilio.id For
clroatar. isru*. As., apply to Vf. a SSH III. Lehigh Valley
Railroad, SSS Uroaiiway.
CnA?. WF.NRICK. Mins.sr.
_(Hen isiimiiilt, LaOOmO Ca., Penn.
BERMUDA,
THE LANI) OK TIIK I.II.Y AND III- ROSS,
HAMILTON Illili.;.
WILL OPEN' DI C. SA l-i-VT.
yor?lrcBlsr*. Ac, address WALTER AI K FT", Prn->r!*ter.
lia lillian, Bern. . la.
BERMUDA,
TnE IDEAL WINTER HKSOlir.
THR HIIIMKSS IIOI*1.l_
Tills new and eommodloui hotel ts now open. For tarma.
eirrnlar*. Ac, addres* HOWE * UH.MAN. HAMILTON.
BRBMVDA, or A. BL. V i 1 1.1. bli. i ??,. A CO., _i iiro-.i
war. New.York.
LAKEWOOD. NEW-JERSEY.
LAU?Bli HOL'SK.
Open October t* Tune. Tr?.lns leare foot of Liberty.tf...
Tt*. lt.. Vow.York, Hiia*. m.. 1 amt K_(? p. m. I'?rlor ors at 1
ku! 4:80.
PLUM KR. l'OKTER A P.ARKKR. Maoa.nrs.
HOTEL DENNIS,
ATLANTIC CITY, B. J.
Oesn all the Tenn Imlau! foll sea tisih* : elerafor and
'n.."*:! -."is .. .! HORTON A MARSHALL
HOT SPRINGS, lt. C.
A Delightful Wura- ( iiumt- nnd Resort.
THE BUfBSr BATHS IN AMERICA.
Hot Pprlui; Waters In Marnie P..uit ant P_ro*!*>ln Tnti*.
l'nM'.i.i In eurady* power* or a* alanury- I'uy ticuu .u
atlaiidaace.
MOCNTAIN PARK ?OTSI*
New orien all the rsar. Table and every comfort. Equal
to beti Northern hotel*.
A. C. JUDD. Mtnii-ii.
SEASIDE HOI Si;,
ATLANTIC CITY, B. J.
Open ihrongheut the T*?r. Pmomsm elerafor and 'team
lu ai tn the house, ami h*t an I mid ma Tater i,allia
CHARLES EVANS.
THE OGLETHORPE,
BRUNSWICK BY THE SEA,
esftasfB.
Fut.rely new, built of Br! k, with all Tintern ti*npr-*>r*'?f Vj*,
laneaepea Accommodate* BM Ker further mt'ir natl >.i
or circular, shir***
IS. E. (I*. I TI" END KN. Mana/er.
I'ri,pi.*t,,r of Cooper rfsaOA Coo-isrttuwts. V. Y.. lat" of
llyits a llnt-l. 1)14 Point Cv n fart. V*_
"THOMASVILLE. Ca..
PINKY STOOD:- HOTEL
NOW IIPKN.
For terma, circiP rt. ' c., address
m A. K.OkVI'.R, I'Kl O'll I KIO H.
4 ILAN"
/\ Od AN HBOTR, N. I.
Oom al! th* Tear P rfeet .trim ne, pure water, ann p?rlor
id 1 *ta?iu heat Circu ara fiirnlstnxl.
* II A RLES T. MC NT.
T-IE HOBKIRK INN,
? f'sniden. B. C.
27 honra from New.Yura.-Pmer wool relton: dry. InTlr
oratlne clt-tial-i saddle horses tuhI shootln.; Norther*
management, warm a.mae eitnnr re,nit. .??,- r, r,r?t, good
tm..'.', leeooaabteraitt. ?.i. -?i., pamphlet.
?CjrcnrsionB.
A Pleasant Winter Trip
To the Tropics.
THE STLAMSIin-S OF THE RED "SB" LIME,
Hailing every tuclve da-s fur Voa Os eels, H A., and the
Island wi Curacoa. Vi. K, afford au unequalled npisurinnRy
to thf*" arish nu* to male- a shot sm voyafii lo th'- trop'r-.
ih se. Am r can ttoamera, ope. ally bal foi Ihe trude are
ifovM'-in th "every modem * pllai.es foi ihe safety, e nv> n
i'le ? and a- ton nt ia tcngers. T'hc mund trTi ls made In
o r w- 'k*. Ka*-.."- SDI. F r Bes rp ve pa phi ?? a p y to
llOlliOV. BLISS A DALLETT,
(ieneral Manager-,, 71 Wail -.,,, New-York._
BERMUDA. Choices! vacant berths
on BB RX- KA ann al other line, ean
HAVANA, alvisya bs i,-tallied at eur office. Next
BBXlco, meomiem m < alh-hinia and
B ASS AU, M "Uti CO POO. IB aad March 14, Sa
FLORID.*!. Kl ml for po.ranime sud lit'of gall.
california,' lass THOMABCOOB a hon, ?ei
west indie**, Bras?aay, Rew.Terk. cohk*s
ftc, Ac. Monthly fcXCURHIOMIBT, by mali,
10 rem a_
!**n TH !<*? SB If BIB 1 ??"* '?* ?-I"* ,0'<"- For rhe ip
b'J IU ?' I j MIC I If.- ,,,,?, tree guide bonks, niapi
,! tril.l) aliulll Ia . ?!. Write
O. M. CIM'MJY, O',' Franklin st., N. Y.
||ARD] OKAS
BXCURSIOX TICKBTS
TO NKW ORLEANS sud MoHILK,
via PIEDMONT AIR LINE,
n sale at Waahtiig.ou le:,. 8 ie 1_, inciutiTe. Good to re
urn iii.i.i .sill, inclusive.
Round trip rate Washington t* Mu!, r.e. SSS SS: to New
)rlean-*. til bO.
U. P. CLARK. O I . K A..
_ 220 lima,!way. N. Y.
QELlGHfKDL WLNIKK EXCURSION.
SIO.", TO $1M) COVERS PAMAOR UOTH WAYS TO
KA RH A DOS,
:n_et',er will, 12 te 2> .lara' heard af th* nsw Marine lintel;
meat rlii'i.t* iu Hie iropie* i set belilla- ; frullt ami flower*
ii l'ro'iisi* ? au I.ii Tish i,i,luarv sttilmi etiellent roads
'or rldlns ni driTlDg: cuisine of l,.,:i,i tirttcta**: Ainerloau
;,roi,rietor
17.as HitA/.lL WAILS 8. ( O.
_ PACK F. i-iERHARDA ( *), Qsestal Ase,,ts, R| IlioalSL
A CHARMING SOl'THKl.N TRIP.
MARDI OKAS ft KW ont.KANS.
UpM al exe iraisn. un Ter pei -?na' e*c,ft. at rerr low rat**.
Send lor particular*, THO*. COOK A SON, New. York.
Itlusiral JtiGtrnmcnls.
ANTMHKR of Grand, Uprirtt and Square
Piano. o? our make, slur, .tlf usu 1. slmost as .??.!.
r?w. and fully warrautes. w,ll bs asl I al a liboral reduction
Iruiu reKulai pru*- Piau*t to rn,!,
W M. KN ARK, A CO.,
_Hi.' Filth av,. . shove lUlh?t.
riSCIIF.K IMANo-s. rcnowtipil for tone and
I at mt!,," tn luna M .nut cturiea aad stem meias 4:1
ta. fib Wet! '."<lh st . and H.I7 Brmlsnv, lH'hat .Diimd's
Bull.ling.) I'.auj* en nans- il, ol iii.talu.enia
SPECIAL NOTICE.
tk'HsTins u,?d* arruigein*!,:. willi i),e receirer of the Colbr
<. Boamo Plaae cn. \n ,t spots ?* it- .,a..n e *,f ihe'r stock
i*i.sistine of SSS I' Tlthta we sn ,11 offer them wholcsals or
reUilatc.st ot production IIA'fllM \\, PRf'K V' C ?.,
di .ii . ?, i ii. rt Of the lum",." II A If ii vi \ \ piano,
SrmsTsoio, ith Pttiaavmrn
Drcflomnking.
A BTI8TIC DKKsSMAMNO.-l'.l.-^ml Coir
a'\ imam SIS, Wmm SS i tootle la S days' ootlea fit and
fi.,.ah ueifect i dreat^. r-ni'.'1e.*d. Mis. MCKLBOY, Wi
East !'lh SU. opnoaite Deniuii? t
A OVEKTISEMFA IS FOR THE NEW.
_A YOKH TKIM'NI Wit.I. UK RfCKlVKf) AT TIIK
I il OWN ul I .. E-*. No. 1, es llio.idttav, corner Thirty
lirst st., iititii !? p. ni , 'J.'iT trie-'tway. Pet's ten Twenty weuud
aad Twanly-third su, amil S o m. mi vv .?i i wiuiy-thirii
?!.. coi uer l.lrh.h ave.. 1.".'.' rtntil ar*. ,",.. I ?uirih ave . or?
ri -? ?"nirieenlli-st.. Td.' Thin] ava cnn.er Forty seTenlh-sL.
1 .*r ll.iriaTe., near slineth st.. and Uta HAKLKU
OPPl-K -J',7 Ea?t una IiiiikIksI aud IwiitT hllltst. ^,rl*i(J
rta --.e., ,?r,,ri one hundred aud-(weutyiItl_i-?-, ap loS
p. iu. ai je-iilai o.h< o raia*._
I |RE8HNAKBR.?A 1,'ood -fSBSBUiksr, stvIUh
A " 'Maper, rn,.! oeMOf au t rttisr. TB canu a dsy with
hoard aiul nm.. Bl -Ubini ; lu rssli , I,cit pei-oual city ref
m*uc*. k.i.-,e*. c. n. k*i ni, Tatham cptows ofiic*, l.-aaa
Ki..ads av,
DI!K**S.MAKi:K.- Bj an i-vop-npiipeil \? r-.m,
le work l.v Die day Ad .rest P. O- Hoi 118, Tnbuus
I i r.ia. UStoa UM i-.i a :?..y
nKhnSMAiiKU, wlioau lu inc ntid ?Ihi|,ihk
is .,.-. i i ? '? .-I. leak.a a. a i. i o (_ 60. walala B!). Ut*
NM nih. Mi-*-, 1114 Wost inih ?t , no sl*a._
^'?KENCH JIHKSSMAKKI; would like BBBBS
custonrie'-s |ie:feel fliting, lairtt styles (roin Paris.
iii.si.-rat- price*: *hort no'ice nb *v esl Mit* si
1>AKISIAN DUE *SVAKEII. oxpei* ii,cd.
1 latest faihions. tak order* lu lull*.' rea,dc re rol.tt
u u ia h... ni. h.-. i ki . . i- vi , .i lath ti, ltiusvr.
tt\v tointrb. _'_
OM MERCI Al. TRAVELLER who now
.. Tl'lia th- n-aif trade, want"! fo solicit or lera on com.
mtsstu.i. with a silt. Hu* ut good*. Ad.Ire**
john it. Mc v l.v iv, U'krsli. Mesa _
\\'AN I IO. A Brst trista salas?isa rik. one
TT ot lmir -ip. risnre in Nol t. ugh , m laoe irsd* U Rall
curt*',ia a ?pKndl' position Tor a roun?, en*r**tie. man.
Addie** *..*? i'??' '? r.reu. *t ta>l t-.iiin ?,,nt wanted,
RAN UPAI IT KER, Box .".OR-. New York City.
w
C
AN 1 LI>.?A coal tar chemist.
A.IUiea. .. M
_^^ cir* New- York Trlknn*.__
\VTANIl*n>.?Silesmiii, by an old estab
11 ll.iied Tiisnufscliinng liousej a thnmnrh bitiuea* man
of shout fortr years of ac?. wUti ai,ll ir, enc .t and push, to
1ST goo-K in nMiiiifiictun-ra. A lllieral s, arr to a cnpiilo
tuan. Address tun refersnee* sm! lull p-irlleulars. A. B. Co.
P. O. Il 1* MSB New York._
\VrAN P* 1-. R<,(,K AGFN TS.-We now havo
lt i-n new Look* W'< sra working on allll hunt plan.
If w* were to i, te Hie authors se WooM be overrun. Call
or address Immediately.
WEBS1 ER. 3 Ea?t Mik____
W'ANTF.O.?An intpllifrent office hov. Ap
I T ,,|r br Utter In owu handwriting, staling *ge, Ac, U
I). A. Tribune O'lKe. ____.
WANTED.?A man conversint with tho
ry iiia*iifi,tnr, nf m.a'a line shoe* wh* I ss worke! Ina
leading custom goa's racturr an.l sid" tu draft pattern* : raf.
t-ieiisi as t* charneier and ability. J. M. M., 'Um Capitol aro.,
Atlanta "S-_.
WANTED.?A first-class Indie*' mai<1, one
who thoroughly un- er.tUnd* hsr dune, and baa c.tr ref
erenrei. Apnlyat 414 Rlb-a-re, b*twe?n 10 aad IS o'clock.
WANTED ?A nrst-olas** min of koo! h ibifs
lo walt oa tahe and make himself generally u.eful In
pr Tste family. Call ID- Welt 57lh-st., Men-lay, _-i-e.ii 0
an.l io a ai._.
WANTED.?At tinco, an experienced man to
y T rorer rlutti eat.els lions lui' ths beat workman need
ap. ly. CENI1UK MANUFACTUUIN-J COMPANY,
Burislo, N. Y.
A.
Oftnalions CDantcfi?females.
^__Z_Z^a7
MB8. L. 8EELY,
(formerly Mis* L. CampTst'.',
68 WE_T'__D-ST.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MALE AND FEMALE
KMPKOYMENT BURS.AO.
Alt references strictly liiT?stlgatt*_ anl ob flls for l*
epoctUn
Bert ants dlsaopoluting famillei will bi a a. c i ti Iel from
my u'Dca.
N. a-N )T CONNECTKD WITH ANY OTHER
OFFICE.
6? ii?er 2-D ST.
ALL fiimiliosio need of first-etass servants,
male or female, will lie mppli-d at *h?rteat nm,ra
K'-'t'kerhot'k^r Agrncr. Miss BkATTIK, b7S Olh ava.,
near 4f,tb -t No tea until suited._ _
fi II A ll BK R MAI 11 mri W *. I TR EM?.?Br n
V/ PrntesUnt girl wal, elly ralereuce*. Call or adciret*
aSS Kasi 27t!i-s'.. 5th Mat east.
pIIAM MERMAID or \VAIJM?:s.S.-BrTneiir.
V> I-* i,pete:,I alli. BIB West Kuli sf.
Cook.?Hy an Araericsn Pro'cs'-int ao*nsn
at tlinrough, comnetenf oOoft I i-ono SOI .???* ,i t.is
fuulllea need app'y ; reference rm he pirra fruin Kal tin
player. Address .11 West 40t!,st, fecund .e
ipOOK., WASH sud IRoM-WAI TRESS and
Vj CH A MLE RM A 11) - Dr., ns if. tidy yonni wo usn. ago
24: ' s i makes Un* timid, Mt.'ait. relit, toop . d' Start* and
.11 ail* .lishe*, sud lt an sieellent lam-drets. na trea* msk*a
til tal.'la. ti,.., ou. bl .? n inters ia i,,I* Ibe care ,,' si. v r . nd f i,u
rlnna bulli hare city reference and wil: rte (he work of fan
Ur; el'T or eounfry. Call iw* day*, 1,0-5 blt, are, between
D7H, au l Asih at*._
CHAMBERMAID nnd f?AlTRES9 or WAIT
V KF,ss_i|y * iTut-atant giri wl-.h eily refersuo*. Call
ar aildies. SSS Fait -Ttl. ev., flfih dal -sst.
ConK or H0D8RK_.EPER.-By no English.
Pietestsat, 40: disengaged: wiih elderly psopeor widow
er . thi'ioiirti Apply W., oars sf Miss 01?0000, 1--(RhsTe.
C'ooK.?By s yourie Scotch won*-?; oompe*
t pe:er,t. ecinomlcal cte k ; firal-clas* Laker, braal, ld*
nut. etci eiriTlsnt tann ires. ; wa es mo lei ate: 'J years'
riTnreu. e | <? ty or roiiniry. WI? Moya
rtHAMBBRMATD and WAITRESS.-By ft
Vv -c 'i. :? *irl | *ic*ll*iit cliauiln rmui aol waitress ; ns
rierttaii.it salsasaad som *f silveri nu..nv - ?.,?*-ti wu?
lgie w*?h'n? : ws.e* isodsr its, 2 years* refsrone* ; city or
mantra an .-..i-avs.
I^OOK.?Ry a oolorsd worn ni; nani broad
' sod pittry ra iker , satLfsct.on guaranteed. 445 Weet
1 Hist., se om! flour.
POOR, HOI'SEWORFv, CHAMBERWORK,
v^ \s a t riNn.?ooo:, .mk. -ask, iroa. aa At th* narama
lT.testa.it Ai.uot, i :iS (iib are.. BtteoCOabO*- K.tt,.lt.
pH A MB ER.VfAlD and WAITRESS.?Bv~a
v/ y,ui,i" girl In private family, city references. '..7 East
H-ih-st I?,|..-r? ,f Jinltnr_
HOUSEWORK.?By a thoroughly rompp
leut'.ei nun si-l. go id niau* seek, ei.-tllent lana*
Ire.a ? waret m. derate; city or country ; reference. Call
1,113 Vd*iv*.__
1IOU8EWORK.?By a colored woman ; good
I ri-feif-nc* .New Rome Laundry. -I- Wool 41-tat,
.'ail Monday._
HOUSEWORKER. ? Welsh I'rot.-Htaut ; it
1 1 i"n!'ius'hly ci.inpnienf: mod Ooah anil Prent u,a'.*r,
iu I gnixl tann Ire.. , tut .icoH-nt roforouoo I "ania st, any
ii" cut er emintry willing tn work and does not oliaugo
IT*ass rall at l,.l.l- mn ara. uei wee i 37lb amt briin tu.
Ll OUSE WORK - By a Beotea tr ri. is
I I inonihi' r.-ferenee; good plain cons, good baker, et*
? lieut latin Iras*, wildes nio.lera.*, eily or country, -17
hi ike._
IAL'NDRESS.?Ry neat, tidy yoong wommo.
J thoroaghly com-runt : w inn- to da chamhorsrort i
ia* niietcepiionable citv re'erence. f'*n he seen lor twu dael
lt l.OtS Uthi v.. b-iw sn 57 th ami f.Hth tts._
IAIINDRESS.-My a tlist-cass colored l-iiui
J Beete with nasarpaesed Imllltlmi geu<*- sal family
sashing hy Hie nek: or ,! .?en , lal ie famUr tj.Ii ,nr a spo
?lally : I,es, elly refrr,uee*. Addie.I C E. J IINSON. KJ8
,V cai .aub.tl.
I A ll N I)KESS.-By a flrtt-class colorod
I- laundress to de famine*' wattling. Kl PIIKR. US Wool
lit si., lap -our.
I'Rse or LIGHT HOUSEWORK?By neat
?1IU1 gami ubiigiog: reforaneao. ../.--?
N
jVEiiSi*..-?By a r-"liable, srslLs lucstsd man,
ll a* nu.-.e or walici for aa tura]!,! or eld .rnllerain ; sal.
irv not a,, much .f sn o!i|eet as 1 nhs huns go id relaraoeaa
1 'rirass NCHsK, Dux H'S, Tribune t'piown ulttce, ..SSS
-lean-* ay.
N
J ERSE.?Uv Eiifrli.sh woman j good home
" pn-e':?-> lu hi'ii wages, c.Wy ur coituly ; leiSicuca
!17 Bril 3;td st., te], tim,*.
Uitunlions tUantci. - fTlales.
A OVER IISERS would Like to sonne position
fm young man lu th-ir employ thea sr., eoosoollad to
ian willi on uisouu ul ? lian 101 , lias been assistant lu ollie*.
Midntt. EMPLOYERS, TTIbnmOStOO.
ATTENDANT or ynlei toagentlemon men?
ially ,<r 0.1 matoo altlnteil ; Londuii bospital eij eic nee;
I years' i*. . dlr refereuce.
COACHMAN. ? By flrst-elnss single man";
r Tial.ie, sinctly letnperaie, prsctual. eip-rieinod
ti non, : ant... .aiei,il eily .md country >ll rel . Ihonmghli ac
iiiSioBie.l o Un* care o' boise*, harness, c,Triages, miler
nando gsrds'.ing. milking, sttoadiae rornoeo; tvuiiug t? 00
.cu 1 ., t uaelu, ; wag*' nc, elate ; U yean' "a ?-'. 1 toiy elly
reerence. A.l.li m A. li., 87 Eos 1" li st . sti.r.,.
POACH MAN sod ti KOO M.-Rv a temperate,
V-' tmatsrortliT slnrle Eiig.nl, n?*i tlioronstilv uniter.
t, ,, *ih*rareo( hue nors.s, ca rlag.-a. _e. ; tearing un ue
couut ol famTy glTiu* up their hoi tel; curefnl d, 1* er : will,
li.S and id. ai.ir. willing in make hlnielf Ut-" ul, eily ur
-nun.ry. ftrst-clat* elly refsrelic*. A :.!r.i. ! . I' Lil I.a.'.
J-J.l st._
CsoACilMAN.-Be a firsUclassmao who tbor
? oiigiiiy uieisi tia . ts tits i.'jtscss ia ail -it* bmeeheo 2
i.i. 1 .?;. iu.iii' beat re..-renee*. Call or sd.l,***
I o _ 3d flat. No DOO 6lhaT*. _
?rtOACHMAN.?By ? ssntleman for his
\_s coachman, who ha. 1ir*d willi titra for sercrat rears;
marr ed . Brat ? i*?t elly (tr,v*er; will ug sad u-hgiug . city ?T
..ULiry. Ad ires* K M.. 15i West 34tS-st_
|>ARM MANAGER?Ry a marrteil man who
I ihorouglily Bi?ier*Un.t* all kin.is ol farm wura, irrain
and suck r.ils mr of all kinds, sop-nor horse ra* 1 wife -n
en silent Imiwr maker ?n,l pnultry ral**r 1 heat of r.Uienc*.
a-dreeoU. ?-.. tribune Kpfwa Oflic*. l.'.ai broa*lwsy._
I/AKM MANAGER,?Bra sumed tuan, ?ho
i:?,!"'i.'hl*i" un leraland, all kinds of (ainuag, gr* u and
?^lck la.tinr 1 r?u h.,11 Ila ,, eu tu advaalam ? wife (Irs! 1 lass
lintier ra?.er sad soo irr raiser 1 gund reference Address
DAV ID litl-Ks, lUlTldare, NewJer.i'k._
/"* AR DEN ER. ?By a stricllv sober man, as
I ll mdooor mi esr I .k -r flrtt.elaa* soforoae* can i>* h-vl
Iron, form*r or ptesout *m,,lo>>r. A,Kir*** KKAI1KRTY,
ma aaat seth-at. _
?f~ ARDEN[ER.?By a Bootebman: first-elass
II .j,.!' n-u upen tor engagemeul March 11 ivf*reaoe*.
M.. ye .ut * Elliott. .",4 Doy ?t-. N. Y.
/ * ARDENER. ? Rv h sii&rle man; practical
in aii'c look os porto aeod in armaaoaem irs per lee, fluwers.
lawn aii'l veiiSti'iles. tar.ng out and Iniprnylng of groiuid*.
*,. hes! of refer, in es Address IIAK-Liklill, Roi 7,
Tribune IT,town O?-O, I.SSS llroik.twsy
/ 1 ARDENER. ? Ry a Bingle vonni; Swed- on a
ll cant enan'* pla* 0 ; bo.l et r.fei**.**. A,Idlest E. a.
I iihn*' OIBce._
<* AUDEN ER.? Ry a siu-fie 111:111 wini thor
1 oni-'klv amt praadcallr uaderstunl* hi* hu.me.a, in
rludl X arjanhous ??. hot and cold gispoi:*.. fruli. Now-r*
aad va*.-lillie* i would run a .mall tarni iii conu, eco , if re
I,.,ire! >he b-si "f r?,f.r,n,e Addre.s (J AUDEN KR. Rot
,8 T I'iufie Cntown office. 1..8S Broadway.
/ 1 AI.DENER.?Rv a prartical man of long
.Lill eSBOftasee ,n *r''TT branch of liort.cnlturo; sr.-en
huiiaea ci uterus*, rossbonae, n.iwer and vi.get.thle g irilen,
A.*. Adirel. BT. M.. Roi 78, Tribuus trptowu Ollie*. 1,_3_
ll.*a.tway,___
NORSE or VALET. ?Rvavonnir Swede; beat
cit.- rsfercue. Addict* VALET. Dot 70 IT,bau* Ip
tawoOfBc*. I.1SS Hroit.lw*y.
tlnropran ^..ertlsemrnls.
OEA-VUte-OOII KORTI NO.
EPPS'S COCOA.
nKKAKFAtsT.?" Uy a thor-ugh huowie-lge of the
na'i.ial law. which gutern Um ui-ralion. ul aigeatuu, and
mitrl'i'Mi, and by a cartful suplltsoon nf the BM aaallUm
uf well-scKcwr- Oocuu. Mr. Kpp* ha* pre ,oT-,l mir br, aA
fatl IsMtI willi a iii!leai.-ly Hat,niel Beverage which may
save ut many lu i.j (Knmrs' LUU. ll bi in -be Judi. Inns
tue of such arti--!.* nf diet thal a eonsiituilon may he
Sraduaily built sp iMtaH siKing ann cg li io it-.i'i et crt ten
racy Ul dl-oate- Hundred, of tubiTe ni-ii.-idic. ar.' Ans:lng
are iud us ready to s'laclt wherovur lhere ls it w.-ak |-olnt.
We msy eseajis nsny a fifa! shaft hy keeping nurselv,*
well fnnlfled alfi) pure t.l-od and a properly uuuriehed
Bama "--?"??/tl Bervtoo 'is?*tt?*.
Made limply with bo.ling wster nr atllk. Sold nnlr in
half p-fnuid tins by llrueers, tats lied thus 1 JIM KS KVTH
S CO.. li 1. j ey iii.ii Chemist*, l-fudon, 1T,gland.
! Qlnrticm Hales of Weal QfstaU._
i ,^Ysr<_^ *
I AMES L. WELLS, AueHoncei.
?" El*cutor'a Mile lo close ettie of th leanor I). Con.tin
tia*, deceased, noan 1 ii*?<lay. Kcbruary 14, at Real E?tsto
Etctisnge, IU Liberty-**.
SPLENDID INVESTMENT PROPERTY,
182 FULTON--..,
nesr Chnreh |t. B?tory brownstone *tore *?d lot. 2Rx77. In
etcellent condition, *S good as s corner : tine light and ?ut>*.
rler ndrertl-lng adv nlsge* - I dd lease expire* M?y 1. SB-IS I
title o*rf*<*t : aale pastor*. Map* and iiarlicii'*rs wiih UN.
CAMI*. S5 NOsHf Ol. and Auctioneer. BS Liberty lt. Sud Sd
sve. and 14Ulb *t. _,
RICHARD V. II \RNE 1 T,VCO.. Auctioneers,
will Sell at Auction. MONDAY. Febrnsry tl.
at 12 (.'.lock uoo'.i, at the Real I."Ute Exchange aad AucUun
Room, RS io 6.1 Liberty-tt.
8KPRKMK COI* HT PARTII'MN ".AL**.
3 i aw and fllat-st.. southeast corner,
8-story sad cellar brownstone apartment, with store.
17:1 noalB St. nesr Roo.*velr st.
4 story brick Ijaswmt. with store. 17.1'lxH'.'.SxlO 9x6_...
IBS -tooth St, earner ollrer st..
6-*(ori'snd c*ll?r brick Masai ea I, itiii. .tnr*. lfl__3.
K'U -outli ?!.. .-tdjoiai'ig coraar of oilrerat,
S storr bri* k double tenement. BlUSk
David Rsrselt, Kai) . Hoferoe, (iarfleld lliiildinga Rrooklrn.
Csrpsutar A Roderick, Aturners. 06 Court-si., Brooklyn,
FXFCf'T"!."*' PALE
Kttats *-**alinry flrew*'*r. d*cessed.
627 h.: SSS Rrosdwav, near Hieackor-*'.,
6 storr sad rellsr marule fron' building, 5'ix 100 ft.
l!'ii tn.! IDS Merest.sf. In isirof abovo,
?i itory brick bull ilo.*. SOvlUO ft.
TC ES DA V. Febratrr 7.
EX Ki croll-' sai.K.
6.1 ltl-ei k*'-*r . near Broad wiiv,
3-ttory base neut as.! artic brick building, 26x100.
? il :? East -*ii:>ii_. near 2d ar*..
I.o' .l-DH.!*). Two.atory brick hiillrllnes.
'.(7. 201). .11 Wast *l*Kst.. K*ar7th.aro.
Substantially ail mrefeUf built j Story and cellar brick
apartment hm: -s. with two stores, -Ol'.--..'.' It
237 West 20th-st, S story brick Hst.
ST?1KB?BOAT, February &
20 West BBS BS, 4.story dwelim*.
Permit and particulsrsofO. U. Rennet, Agent. 15.) P.roitway.
THURSDAY, PBBBVABTiL
BY ORDER OFJULII 8 J. PRANK, Esq.. TRI'STEE,
19, 14. Ki, IS. '-ll, '.'-'. 24. 28 Wes' l.Olhst.,
Eight 3 starr hrnwnston* resl<l*ucea
R8 SVe?t ITtlitt.,
Klogsnt I ttoi y. blew * <m.? rc Tere *.
Karka**, and Mitti.st..
Southwest corner. Complete md haodas'ne prlrate stable.
t'7th-?t., between Madison an! K fth sr.*..
Plot nf 'i lott. .ot 100 ll each.
l'it!i-'?Te. snd binn sf .
Northwest corner. Plot of H 1*1*. 30x100.8.
C*nlral Par'.-. Wt*!, 103.1 to 104th st., plot of H lot*.
I, Re* ' .fallon at 104th-af.. Central Park, vt est, north of
lOiith-sl. i on. enienrir sltasted, eitrs-s'zsi lot,
lOflih-s... Ninth ri '*. West ..' Central Psrk. West.
76xlOU.ll leeland 3 .ors*. .Mas* st ..'fl-- of trustee, 243
Kr*.dway, ami Auction*, r.
TO CLOSE AN '-"'sT-vTE.
Kui. ave aod 77?h ?_.
V oat "Ide.
Our lot ou v.-r nue, 2 j xl OT. One Int nn strest, 25x102.2.
TCESDAY. FKBRCARY IA
KXECITOR*- MALE.
1st are. etd 'Tl at., an ifb.'S-t corner
II R story sad oell ir bm k lanooiOOt* and lit*, with a tn re*,
s-xl 4-?tory r c'( fae'err In :3 l.t.. each house 2RXR0 feet.
Not. J*.-*, 3P0. SJ I sf ire an t 4*i2. 4'M. 106, 40S, 410, 413,
414. 416 I-asl 23*1 st
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY IV
_R_ Mottai| two .'!?storr tenements, with atora
Kroadwar a-m R7tb ?t. n.utliet*! corser.
8 Co.uiubia-.t., 3 .tory brick and Kamo teuet_*nt.
thursday, FER'tcART io.
43 Oilrerat., 6 and R sfory fensiisnt, with nor"*.
_Maps af Auctloaear's, 73 Liberty-**!;_
Auc
WILLIAM REYNOLDS BROWN,
tl'instr. will sell at pul,lc audi.m.
at th* Real Fatal* Kxrliang*. Nos 60 ra 61 Liberty.**.,
on TliuiSilay. February 16. KS8S. st 12 M.."
by order o' ex -cut- rot estate of K. II. PRAY, teeeOOOO,
a boult.tu' eonn'ry *eat at Whl a Pl mis ST. Y..
cnnalat gi, of shout 16 acres sf lao!,
with frontage ol nearly 40) !??>! on Bros'way,
ond Oottite atone dwell,nj-- with lar.-e frsms extension.
Il -i lt le .c..i by ? e. ? ami has gas and water : ample
lawn, well shaded, garden, orchard, siable, Ac. . location
healthful sud crntisl to churoliea, ti lus.lt and iloies.
K*r particulars anelf to
MORRIS s. THOM P-ON. esq., Execntor, 140 Nassau.lt.,
or to Auction, er, 146 Br, alway, New-York.
20
_o Cet Sot DiisincoG jlnrposcs.
LAFAYETTE I'LA! E.
FIRST FLOOR,
Also
A TWO-STORY BRICK BI.ILDINO
on re?rof lol with entrance way from Bowery.
JOHN (i. folsom, ii nihle lloma
'TEAM HEATED store on ..td-st., just west
* of (iraud ? antral Station. Aoplv 331 Madison ave.
Cil** flrourrtD Zo Cet.
A?Ul PARK-AVE. to 1st furnished until
? November lat, 18-S. ITuir *:nry high.stoop br wu
lloue linuso ; Hume'Int* poise.a,en : O'Cup.ut obliged to ga
?south Apply ton k. oai.wa co., i wootana*-, cor.
Blh-avc
arni
partlel
A -NEAR -TH-AVE.i -.VEST 21, cb
J*, lu.ly decorated thriiuli ult : higk-slonp; ]
iiiinshliii.'se. uifty. " CNL'scAl.,* O.'iO Bi oadwsy.
AN EX I RA larpe store and bssemSBt to let,
w|,h al ie and retr licht. on Hun ie, near Ilud.uii-ti.:
?!-?. 30 M ISO , .innis I ula ;,.,.,e., ., ,
_KU LANDA kV n lriN'i. R Bsekman-*-.
Bl'ILDINOS TO LET. with immediate po3
seeetoai also "f"i.,., loftsa<ld ofleaa munir*
KIT AN" I) .t WU I I'I Nd. b Heakoiaa-se.
1ARGE BTOREM, south west corner 41 ?-f-si.
- and lill.ave., lo lei or lea... . also two small storo* lu
? anio nu.Liing. Apply on pr* ml .aa_
FFICE- TO LET in I'cnnl" Court. Apply
on prosaism ta lt Cl.A NI) a wuiTINo.
6 lieekuiau-tf.
'PUREE well-liirhteri il-sor* 40x100, with
A si,-,,,, power. Apply st 07 , asl lionel,>u st.
At)\) ST., 11(1 WEST.?To let, 4-storf trinit*
Ht-a* ?loop ho-it- la perf et order; tm ediato pos.ettlou;
teni, $1,?;..(). Apply to JOH- KO YD, l'J Iraikllu-.t.
0
aTitn propertn .for Sale.
Highest Ground and
Handsomest House
on the West
See it Side.
This Week.
West Knd-iive. ami 7 ail,-si.
' Norlhei-ii I omer . Apply IO
James L. Libby, 146 B'way.
1' Xl RA RA EGAI NS.? _ brisk eto-*e~eo*_
I - apartment hana.*, all reuted for SK-"1' : .'rice, $11,060;
V ui'ti c.a? : slso 'i rrame bruk fitted apartment linns*. ,
rent*. SKl*j(). price, $8,000. SJ.uOOcath. F. LAUD, KOSH
Balam st._
I? LEG A NT new 4 -story l)ox stoop hrown
- (lone bouses, ca',ins! tn cin'-d tliro i.hoat ; ec.trj.ee (<>
park: No* IS te SS W*at SRtb st. In,nie on premises or
JlMKSA FRAME owu.r _
FOR SALE. ?A foiir-sfotv and basement
'.?uti natone jaoHlBf. BSOdlOBielt tuiBishod. sad lu a I
?.?r.'-* looatton I lotOI* made le Soil t* a buns fide pur ;
r?aser : cia be sssn by per?nt oiny l?-.w*en lo ?. tn sud 3
p. m., no broker* ueed sppK. W (i. UKI.AMA TER, 1.820
Bt ava. |
tMVE lirsi clnss private (ivvcllin-.s, wit!, all
modern luipr,,ve ucii't. ts be sold r.i r r*a snablo. >
Apply 120 to Ixl VV*al ?'-'.,.*!.. betwesi, tl:., and lOlu area
V. ml. -JENO VE .SK, .winn aud builder.
IJX)R BALE.?Tbs blah-atoop, :i-storv ami
bs.euieiit hrownttone bout'-. HR Weat 71?t.*t.i arranged :
(er three famlliea, or . sh be altered 'or uno Ksrlr poasea- i
"hil. Lot -6-1U'-. Illino 96x05, It. P. I MMKKKIl, UM
Worth-ot._
It"OR SALE.?Sunerb house, north corner
Madison ave. sud H'.ftli st., '_*x7.'>. beautifully tliiithed ,
will b* (old low. Apply mi pro me *, or to
chaki K-s BUSK O I'-). 50<? Madison ava/
?*">I?-st., iear Madison -are.?A four-story
s)>) li,owu*.oiie far aale. A.hire.* W.. No. ll Wall*-,
DrooKipn ?fji'oii.rtn Soy Bale anb (to Crt.
Bor REN I' in Rrooklyn ; 2,000 houses^
all lo. aluin* , open barral**; circular free; haute*.
flat*, apartiuent*. Iloill ..tflce*. t* let WILLIAM ri
(_ll.\('K, corner Willoughby aid Jay sts . Hnxklyu.
'O LET.?The 3 story brownstone housf,,
No '-'I First iilaee. Hrsmklrn for :t vaars, nii'aruie.io'l:
hou?e *.'fti6*), '. I raoiua. ia goo , or ler ; si.,ul.t us rallied fur
lushed if dear ,d. Por terras apply ie BOWABD ci.AKKS,
Trlbun* BteOO
V
Mee Cream.
A FACT.--I loiton h lee i teicn i* irmde frota
|u,i-, i?n,'. 1.1,lion'* l .l-n- -super F oren Ulick* *f
lr* (rr am lc Pi *,.,,,,<?,a. ('bur. bea, I'ttiiTala tc. will
keep hard one hour. ( ountry < r.leis j roanplly filled. |,,|*u
H06 4tli.it.... R-cS HU,.ara I Io Park row. liv)East l_bUi-*a
Mow-Yurk *ii..iiJ i-uiiui,.,*. Hro'kiyu.
_? _ Real C??tate.
fJAMH CUSTOMERS AND IXVEs TORS "on
\J our .. ,.-k* mm gool Impr.-vni ?,t uoinipror.-d real
.ai..-,, n. New V..r'. ot:r '? '" rM1
onuHia aamme-maeBeM Bad ?iirilmmiste' -ending aa
p?rf I. ulai a anu lowa.1 pr-.re. No ebal to I.r Hat ng ,,.,?. ...
either mr .em* rent u ? ... ..: ??? Entire ciiarn'takZ*
of prop. H.,. ?a-?sot
JOHN fl, KnlsoM,
H Hihle il.uita.
I
Conmrn Property .fur 6aie un& Zo tri
FLORIDA.
JHotol fri _t-rion.
SILVF- SPBIsiflS PUK, FLOrtlDli
I lt now open to the Frjhllc. tu room.. Beete snd
I handsome!* fm niO.e.1, flmtK-la** uhie, ae, rice, *e.
| lute*, |'-.Mp*r day. Sin p.-, mon'h. A .,.-?dld
ind u -ip-nsive resort for ta.una'a and athen pre
'|,|n?lt ? healthy location, Northern coting ?nd
I, "mscomforts, loan exertions!- and ft .lue
Hotel. Il, f h. ,Iry, rolling pi?* land. Tl.e.r e>?_,.
n_n r Spring. I. adjacent to t e tow,., ott ? rt*
. '"'??."d gentlemen baa* pur. usa,,, re.ui-n.-e l'ri
during last tao yeera. Le's.,,,,) s.-u, *, li. flt., a re
???*," trott tract* on:y |r,-j fret u. R ticket u,
fvert ovr oiiori n own a in
ta he I end af Orange.. - .-.Mm ?.,| n7slHl.
Adtire-s. for ll luttra ted .-"ri ular
_. R. M8WIT. Pmidnt, 171 Br-ii-ir. Hew Titi
Long Island. Orang* (**nnty : all mp mei. ".."?* hnildu gs.
C. TURN Blt. ltsBmod-mr, Ko
A D. HOPE, 121 Lihertv-st., will sell fi_
-ta a acres, '.o,,.,'. h.rt A.*.; I _ hours from **'ew Vor-t
read laud . mc it on nusurpaas.-1 for S7R ?-. ,ir, , a rr- al
_*r_a!*! ; also larisa hou??s aad lot* to ssl! sod rent, ail ta
Nsw Jersey.
A 59 ACRE Farm, Ketisieo, West ches,'ir
f'oi'ily i flrtt rlsas arm, cut.1. lane ta Hie sere; .c
snole tree*, heat fi nt,, noar snd pa*-"-'1 orchari*. viiarard;
rio bl? l. out... ".Hi. .. t .11. .una. va .jct:'.',II. ci s-ll S7..U0*
*wuer?tck ; essy terni*. C. TC KN Eil, 176 Broadway.
_Room it__
AGENCY FOR MONT<'L.\IR.-R:ir-iiiH ia
tiSQ.Isoi!! residence* and t.qtllii-r > ??< house* foist.
_CLAREN! E JU. TCBKS. 1 B -ek-nsii-st.. S. Y.
AT ORANGE.?Tolease for 'A or more TORRE,
mnage* ua CtomoSm Place, lllghiaud Avenue Sia'lon ;
lim ? lat. in every rs. ... t.
_w. eliot, ia psrk Pleat*
ACCESSIBLE, elecantman-ions, resideaeest
i\ firm*, hole ., fa, torts* We.fern Ian's, waterfront*;
.."'...I' direction*, for aile, exchange, rent. J. A.
k*AN AUK N A CO.. 71 Kroadwar.
I/'XOHANOE.-Ncar Wafer Oat), deddrsMsi
Li for*:imr?-*r rstort. 4*v seres, tar/" house, oiu'miMing*;
outtton cb...i *. JOHN O. li* i Y I . Ju 6 ilrosdwsy.
FARM'S.?Sale or Ex chan ire; io to '_'..0 acre-T;
within RU miles flora New-York. Wotlches'ei. Jerser,
* nation.gs
loom 44.
FOR SALE.?Haadaosss Residence, 16roos-Si
with Bera, ?ilj..!nuig SoalB Nvaek "-tot o i . more than an
i.-rs et rain in'e run an-l shade ties. ; boose at pure motin
:*,? w,ier. ha.hroo?,, and large lurnac- tn I is ready for ua>
:upaucy i 16 nulli, each wtr dai'v io m'dnlgtll
f. c Ross, 171 Bread?m. roam SS
I^OR SALE.-lwo -nlla-are lots. Nos. 1 andi
* in Rlaok 1. .it ths willare of franklin Pirk, V. J*., rit|n'.v
ngiii*NaoapleoBte r. r.stattos u BmseBiosa * y ?
lbs counting.room of The TTt'i'ine.
F" OR RENT.?Hour from Ncw-Tm-k, West*
rhe*t*rCo.; large m'lk and truck farm, SSS seres ; we!
tater',i, ge'd .tate cultivation: geo,| linus,., I trge bsnis
ow. stahls, sheds: sp-'* sud pear orri, inls . gum! (rad*"*
a !?:,.. I tor truck. WU. H. IK-YT,.Co., - Vat il.rhilt
ve. op ,oalta Orsu.l Centra! Depot.
LT)!. I-TaTHC?Count?** seat and "Tann of 20.
I acres; waterfront; sit necst.arv buildings ; ?:.-,.?
innr of eltr. lieanti'ullr looted, rom mamilu- extensive .-. \
in* view ; as au investment Ills hard lo ?uri,... Parnell.
?rs, Ac.of J. A. VAN ACKICN * CO.. Tl Mioalwiy.
Ij^oR Maaruificent Water-Front Cottage r.tiiM
tng Site*, ont, boor from oity, tee BA Y VILLE BEACH.
0-dsy-s Herald
I ONO RRANCH-FOR BALE.?Fine io:
l i r*f)ti cotia-.'e, I?, acre.. Cn.', high rrmi >l choice iran
.ndahado: . ..i -.,'., uric* $?,.*?('0 . by WI LIT AM LANK
?rankiln ave.. Lan? Urine*!._
fkYSTKR RAY. L- I.-Two-story dwelliac
VJ 40x'tu. 1*1 rmi-n*. furnished ttironti.it; stable, toa
?o'l.etl, a fruit sn ' tandi-ireua : Rs r.t o' land i .l'nato
ii *,Ta|W|- ii,, li iruor r*nl JK.'i., Apply to JEKS
o ll NS. (N. Jr.. 6.) I.ID-rty-st, N.-w_Yori._
fkKANOE, N. J. (AND ITS VICINITY*.
Lr SaoetaltT, Res! Estate for salo and r* t
EDWARD P. HAMILTON A ( o . ltd llroid ?*y_
R~ OSEVILLE, N. J- Desirable re .dcnc-ai all
Imm-ovemoiiis . good views; high gro'ii d iWsllsiil
islglilKirbo.nl ; own.-r has goie West will .-.1 very ...mn
?low Vue. ROBERT APPLKTON. K'-al Kt'ate. Brick
hnro i, N. J.___
STAMFORD, CONN.?For sela, slesant resi
^_? dene*, hard wool tliiitk i sd his. carriage hones. Ac ; I
,cr*s, ehoic- vanny .nut ind -halo , ?.!
i rc-nt view. J. A. VAM AU KEW A C
rt) RENT.?On Lon-r Island, near orran, an
Al jila. a fur ithed .nd ncwlv pa<iite<1 A*t tr*** i ? LL.
Ilarnptnii ll s e Briilglismptou. I. I, N. Y.
I"". > RENT.?At Netnerwool. N. J., near p >p
Otor Vst'i, rwned He'el a eh,Ice tiirmstie,, house ; hand.
oui.-iy fiiraisaali e*a*arvata*F. a It-shaded grou',i?;
:?odsr*.ile. ci iiptoie IB all re oe. is Wi'l rent tor one re ir
rem May 1 Ad,Ire** ROOM 36. No. 17u il oaTway. New.
fork City.
Qotco.
CLARENDON HOTEL,
4T1KAVK. ANU lST'l-SK. N. Y.
Cu the A n?no?n 111 iiri-.tn '-n.
<*. H. KF.RNKR. Pi mri M ar
EVERETT HOUSE.
4THAVE. AM) 17TIKST.. N KW*. YORK.
cent rally locato.1.
OYKRKOOKINO INION SQCABSL
Taole Service a la carte.
JOHN O. WEAVFR. Ju, A CO..
NEW BVBBBTT BOUSB t'.Fst'At RANT,
17THST. AND UNION 8(.l ARK,
)ffer? a i|!iuT, select resort for shopulug, luncheon and
theatre parties
?"cfsfNK DseoaPAanm.
SHERWOOD HOUSE,
.'.*ll 1.TII-AVF.
Part.i* leavi ,g for the South will rent their rooms i-.-uo
ble.
bout hern exposure.
Hu-onie lin!. Xlato Zo Cet.
rmiH-ST., NEAR MADTSON-AVE.-To
I ?Itt let. desirable Hats . attractive lout*, tight aud well
eutilaied rooms, l>ut uio'.erate
?sKTON A WtnSKAN_ 79 Codarst.
i-lnte ito ?ct, UnfnrnislKO'
THE S~. CEORCE,
?M-MI P.A-iT 17TII---.T.,
(Stuyye-taut S.|iijre).
For descriptive pamphlet, Ac. applr to
JOHN G. FOLSOM, 14 Bible House.
THE GRAMERCY,
34 Gramercy Park.
AN KKK* IA NT APARTMENT TO RENT, CONSIST
NO OF SBVaM ROOMS. PRICE. _1D0 PER MONTH
IPPLY H'M PKRINTKNKENT OF lil ILDINO.
the crescent;
Kl.FUANT APARTHPNr-A
For tann* app'rto owssra
HARDMAN PECK A COU
PIANO NI ARKROOII-4:
I'I"* ".Tlt-AVK.. NE AK 19TII."*T. _
AQUILA APARTMENT U0D8S, S. W.
I\ ierang 7(!i iv* 41tt-*L ^oven room* Kents. 130 te
160. N*w buil-'.iug.
Apjly on premlae*.
Uoaro and Rooms.
ATTRACTIVE, richly ItirniHlieil rooms, en
suite or ?tiigly ; private bath, gentlemen only ; raler
ene**. 43 We?t Il.t *L _,
AT 39 East WaHliitiirtou-jiliiee. ? Well-far
iiished laiuossd.iu.il roo us. r*ry teetmOta locstuja
near li*!"!., Ac._ .
L"t EN I LE MEN looking for furnubsd rooms
V aaeaM eel! ul am eoma .*.'We.t i-tii*t.
HANOSOHELY turniHlu'd rooms, suite and
. iiugly wltn or without beard, lafotu*. *tl-a raiiabio
tnd 're*, st EVERETT nlRKCI'ORY. 74 We*l AblO tk
KtUblt.h*,! I-d''
IAROE, liatidrsTtuelr famished front raom,
A wah board for two, als I slugle i ?? a
104 Vftst 7t'tn it _
PKWSONS affected srltk mental oi' nsrsoos
?Imoatns eau have -oe.I Ooartl and p'Op-i slteniio , iu s
private family. A Titres. EX PERIK -.CK. TriliuuO < mea
frilE WILTON. 45 West '^Ttti-.-st.-A select
private boiol. newly and riouiv furni*he.l turo ig-wat:
omamisseam ami cuttle *irieiiy flrttcla** * baeuiliul
iud ran md hool < for ian.a.. au.l (logie gonli*ia*u;
ju* block (mu Deliiitiai.-'a E *(atiao, llroadwsr rara
'? ,i!i ave atage*. liruieipal theatre*, stores. Ac.i rat**
ie, t. m., i I- as . k.i iv ai. house. s?*oial pert?aneul ISSI t?
TM RENT, flt Hotel Bristol, ftth-ave. and i_k_*
1 *t. s v*ry iti*irab* coruor so,te. eoutlieru aspoauro.
W K. WOOI.KBi. ___
rl"0 I'ERM ANENT PARTY, a lar ire room with
1 bi,'Tu,,.r.T-.rhouM,n..rss,h.u S*_Bam a.. rnb.
I_o\F LAR-tR and lull Tront raosa to let
tmismMBa! -tees, nam i-tenia Rotor
lice,_ .
IO EA8T 42P-8T.?PlBBBSnt. sunny, third
I ? .torr b?c_ to*o_ wl'h i-aart^. referrncea_>
KITH-ST.. M I AST. ? Ilamlcome v fur
*1* ? iilshed parlor floor, prlraie Uble . at a saen-0** i saol
jiiy pluiiibisg; relens*. __??_
1-M-IH-sT., 21 and 13 West.? Firat-clam
I ..w*' fsmllT house, finely la.ate.1. larg* an.l email ruotia
iu a.1,1., or singly . iia*tc*piioaahlc labia . i-aaaonabl* Kruis.

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