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J : Z THE SUN, FRIDAY, JUNK 15, 1830. R
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If ! I THE SUN UPTOWN OFFICE,
13 I 1,266 BROADWAY,
2 i J Nmralil MI.,Ofpiillii Iht N"r Iltlil.
I ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED UNTIL 11 P. M.
I , Aelvertleera nay "l.e l.-e Adrerllee.
, Meat, at tins rollettlaej office, where the,
P i rest. lll ba tha thaae eliarsea at
I 7 IUMOOBNSIS. U NINTH AT.. CORNER 71D RT.
f. B. KRUIOER, S8.4 EAST HO BT, COR. MAM
IE ION AT. X. T.
ft M'MILLAN A JAMKSON, 400 WERT 17TH ST.
' KU O. WALLACE. Oil BAST HOUSTON RT.
THOMAS F. MARTIN, BO TOMPKINS MARKET, ID
H I AV., RET 6TII AND TTII BTS.. KB YORK.
1 f. VcTTRBNT, 1.110 BTII AV.. NEAR 7IST ST.
S A. iCHEUERMANN, 71 WEST IHiTIl ST.
ft . A. JRNNINai). leEASTUDBT.
Kj I ArOCBTF. 8CHWARZLER, S7TU ST. COR. TARK
i' , AT. (TelsphooeCall3J3thiti
jj JiME8A.McOINNI8asoWESTlTII RT. ROOM
H! RIIIT aUARANTEK CO. 640 Git AND ST.
H ,, MOKItlSKY'H rnAKMAor.
K J jretloa er J'ullonanrt -.V.lilnto.treete.
B ? r. J. MOORS A CO., 1.079 BEDFORD AV, NEAR
Wh t qt'lNCT ST. (Telephone Call 49. Bedford )
ft I BROOKLTN ADVERTISING CO.. aid HILTON IT.
mV I BROOKYLN ADVERTISING AGKNOY, ICM BROAD
B ! VAT. NEAR MARUT AV.
H J X A. WATSON, aru broadwat.
IB j J. O'DONUUHUE A CU, Said ATLANTIC AT.
Hi
0 C3-looiX3poi33Lt, X. X.
H ' BOLRMAN A 8PITZER. Its klAHATTAN AV.
i niRL about Id to mind clul.l and do lighthouse-
Jl work In Jewish family.
i , .Vrs.J. MARKS, 411 Eit7thit
Ml f "r)OtKBINlii:r..-Wanted. an operator on Smyth sow-
I l.tMbl..t ... AI,,;itAy,!B,M-.,1,jh.L
y aOOK. Wanted a llret flam w otnancook (orm.dlum-
I alia silecthuiol near Hie city aimiIvio
11 X H HOinoN. MJohn it
Hi !' YlxFRRl'l'NCKI) HANKS minted on suipendor braid-
g Ji Ingmachlnei ai 1'itli it,, near 1ithet
tTfirEMBNCElTuri mounten wanted. I2 l'rlnca
VI f XJ tret
ml J TnREi: Feln MaeMnn Srlionl open dally from l to
9 5 J? n al lilrla'Lulilnirllniar. 'J7 ht .Mark'apiat'o rthL
K! 'HOLDERS. A few experienced booV anlnauer fol.l-
!Ks f J- era wanted no Centre n. hiiaijui.wuu
Hi l "lANCVFE.VTIIEI!S-lioud paftere wanteiL . .
H i J S 1' r. bEKI.Ili. 1 W d et.
M I t V-inODIMPROVKIt wanted on waliu and ealrta; come
H aj prepared to work. ..
S' I JULIA tl (irilES. 15.'. HaiUDth tt. 2dJJaU.
I I "f NSlDE'lIANDR on ortiametilii
I ; 1 A. H. kli.imin .i CO. in.i Oreene it.
f raSTRICH FEATIII.RS - lacLra. curlcn PHrrlera.
IS. V and leweri; linerul pav tr competent liandi wore
T ! i glTanonttoreiiwn-ilileparilea.
J ALKRED I. hl.'IDN A CO, (VII ProadwaT.
i 5 nsTRpril FKATIIFIIS 1'iperlenced curlers, lenara,
f J and brancLer nedork ..,, t
'. V -M. II. liust.stiTEI.V. imnieeckerL
1 . 1 " 7lSTRit'H-rKATlli:iW-'jnlril. curlere. preparers.
B J and atwera. no.id pav. etraav work. Applvto
THOMaX II. WOOD A la. 73 llroadway.
I fisTHU'll Fi:ATIIHRH.-Wanted experienced curlara,
J VJ lowers, baleclrra. and bunclieri.
J I'M.hlt A IIOLAIIA.N. 121 Mercer it.
irkSTRICU FEATHERS Vanted, experienced handl
i J at J. A. FThl.N'M, II Wiithlllk'ton place.
l t VrRRATOlTs"fnrfneruatoin and flannel ahlrti.ateadr
'I l .t work and hlahe.t prlre. IltA FEHEtiO A CO.. 6i9
' ! toiun Atluiulo v., Iirooklrn.
I ' f rERAT0RS on awulnet. 313 West lJStbit
'.' "nAPER B0JCi:s Ssrerlenced nlrla on Blue werk, and
i i X Jearnere autcd. A I'rlnce it.. BALDWIN.
i CTRAW SEWERS on W. A Q. hand atltoh machine.
. S O TIEH.NF.V A CO., l.'.Mrtlaav, UrookljjL
i ' -r ANTED A yo'ina clrl to nlt with llRht bonio-
f J TT work and mln 1 a baby. wnKes S3 a luonlb; mult
v .! I sleep home. Apply for one week.
"' 'sirs KI.i:FL,3J(i East enth si., city.
, 5 j 'irANTnD-rrhouifkeeper; lnnt be under 4" years
v'. R TT of ae: have CTen children to care for. and jruar-
ij anteeagoodboine THOMAS 6.MITII, JL725 let ar.
1VANTKD-A neat ilrl for ireneral homework In
S j T stnallprUate family: reference required. Apply
all week. Mrs DaVISi. Mnj East iSthit.
t "IITANTED Two experienced Klrls on Chaiubors'a
, T foldlnrmai-hlnet
BENEDICT A VALENTINE. 3.S3Ealt noulton St.
) 7 ANTED Ulrl that understands laylna on Bold leaf.
:. Y HL.NEDU'T A VAI.I.MINK.
1 1 31.33 East Houston fet.
T ANTED Neat vounB 2lrl for housework; nowaeh
' i T ln: sleep homo. Apply after 1H all tho week, at
i No Mi7l:ait 131th st.
I ' . 'llfANTED Flret-elsssOHemtnrson flnecilltomshfrra.
V Apply at BROOKti HRorilCKV. H'war and 22i St.
j . "lirTN TED Ulrl". first-clast labmlers and wrappers.
I W I'AUli-IAs .-Al Ch t'O.. 2'ii Front st.
!t WANTED Experienced operators on Donieetlc xna-
,') f T chines; wages & Apply 43 south at, up stairs.
'f ' 'WANTED Dreennakers and apprentloea on first
, VTclssswork. Apply at llo hast 3Jd Bt.
I "ilMNTED-GIrl f"r eenfral housework. Inquire In
I,; l shoe store. 1,413 A. A. marcsltli st
' J ' WANTED-A girl for homework at 31AT. b.'
IVl'Sn LADIES WANTED to make rubber shoes: In
I six weeks can earn f 7 or f" a week: board pall
while learning Address COLCUhaTEIt KUBRER
COMPANY, Colchester. Conn.
VOl'Mi OII1L for llsht homework (only three tn
X family) that can wash and Iron.
Mrs UMhYEIt. 161 Halt 110th St.
Wantea 3alM.
A OENTS. ATTENTION.-Oenta and ladles wanted to
j sell our photOBraphlc tickets biB money made;
; easy and oenteel orcuiatlon. Inv stleate.
; J i TAN'y I'KKV, atudio corner litis t- and Hth ar.
! v ' i A OENTS IN V. ERY TOWN IN THE UNITED STATES
,r ty i J to sell our Homeopathic fatullv Medicines, steady
(, A j work; can make im to . per week. Dr O'KELKK A
I ' S CO., Ilomccopathlc Chemists, 1'lttsburBli. Fa.
. ' ! CARRIAUE TKIMMEIt wanted. 0U3 West 45th IL
k A
.J A Nl'MBKItof tint c'a olishera and buffers can find
jfi R JY ork at MANHATTAN IlltAnS CU. isH East 2fth
FLl n at. ; wajtes fiomi'fl lu 30 cents per hour.
HP 5 A -HEAT fill"-W" Prince Allien salts. 12; alvto
iff ! Jl. cutaway suit, tl': -" sack Milr, f". panta. Hup;
111 I' custom suit, f IS up.JJU FlatbuihaT, Brooklyn.
,V I "A i's1BLnEERl7EMnT in order, $13i lk lined.
' , j J (IS; seaside mits. 812. CAMERON, aa FlatbuihaT.
J i a-T'j(Tbuit.i ti-i. fiq wita, ri,'r suits, ta-. 12)
. ;.' j J . suits. H CAMGRON, au llatbnsh t.. Brooklyn.
, J 1 "drIOHT YoL'TII.-Muat write well and taave'good
: . xi references
I- . MCOI.L THE TAILOR, 145 and 147 Bowsry.
' K , f0V WANTED to run errands and make himself
' XJ Beuerall) i seful in n niantitacturlug busiueis. Ad-
V dress A. B. ('., box Itx. ouii office.
.'; fRl'Sll MAKERS for drawn work.
. j. ij IIUADLI'.Y A h.MITII. 231 Tear! St.
. ifiAKRlAOE BLACK'-MirH and heiper: lnustbenol
L f vy man. A. WILKEV, Jli Hoyt sL, Biooklyn.
LERK forhat ttora: youuz man preferred.
8V i'I.NIit.M,i':i'. Hilton St., Brooklyn.
inARRIAOi: TfiIMMI.lt -. Bond Bneral workiuarT
j -' Call at U7 Bowery. letwieu II and 12 A. M
" ' J irOMPOSITOIIH xantel. malu or femle,"Appfyat
j ,. U TltoW ,s. 2"tl East l.thsl.
' I inoMIOelTOKS Hauled 4li and M i'ark place, top
,' J vy floor.
,K' ' . Vlirn"rY.FRK"wniodriiiiiori"oerinB. 144ih'st
j j U and Willis av., near M, clt,
'ft i 'PRELSTONB ri'TTERi""-Wl rood freestone cutlers
If. A1 wanted. uaw'ea..n pr hour tonrst classuierhanira;
Ifj' eUht hours work er ilay, fare to Buituti refundeil to
-r. all competent work in n
h Ji.llhXI.lll UAKi.w, :.0weltaL, Boston. Jiais.
' li ' 1.1 ARM HAMIK-JJ'. furo pall, Bond places.
"'. 1 MKTItol'oLllA.s Aiil.MrV. i'fi Broadway.
i' "(lINI!HhKs.-Flnlihers wanted by
,' X j F. 1 AI'LLV, 4li l.afaystle place.
CJOODWORKMAN and helper on axon work.
i. , ' MORltltoN id. 3U f anderbBt v., Brooklyn.
I 'A I 1-1 ARNES8 MAKER wauled " "
E XI I. HANLY, While flatus, N. Y.
M fi I NTF.T.Iji,rENT IKHKof III m !7to wrk In machine
i,V J I shop Call A It. kino, j.rie and nth Ms. Jersey C'y.
k I niESjH-NnF.1 e-,..erieu,ed In uies'eiiBer service;
f- , MX attady work with liberal iny Apply, with recoin-
w R tnenilailous, li A. M. dalij.h Deyst.
? "pHENlx'lloi'rF '..i Bowery, near Canal st-23 men
Ij X wanted! lodBliuia, le. iprln beds: free baths.
I! CTAMFER WANTED for slleeri one" acenstomsdlo
1 (3 larva work.
S ttlllllNO MFO CO. 4th st and Lafsyette place.
Sti. 1 CIIOEMAKFIDi WANTI.H -Aorkmeti lii all branches.
'5V P O Apply to I' a
6 I' COXHIOEMIII ctLRorheitir. N. V
1 CI'oE MAN ante) A live, honest man to make hlm-
n. ,? S3 self meriil In aihoe alore, muitliaii A I refereiices.
WA ft AdiireasrlllOEN bok 137. nun ollice,
W 42ECOND.HAND8i'ITA4."$.il.l7.farSullstoo7dar
.. a v D half price. CAMEHON, lisiFlatbusliav., Brooklyn.
' B CTOltE HAND and maker np wanted.
f. O KOBEKTdAummoND, 4441'esrlst
E CssATjrriooFI'118 wanled: wseesjl wiper day, Ap-
l J3 ply to JOHN UA Vltf, 170 Court st , Brouklyu
I f TFIIOLSTEIIEII waal.d must understand rahlnet
U ork and fuinltir-- rrtu.lrnia s'.-aily work villi
iiood w.iges liANsO.N A Mo, tilsU.V Jda.. leu 71st
and 7id sis, . .
rTMBRELLAS.-IIandawaiited that understand frajna
Tl Elf ER, OLKN A OAVYLET. 8 and 10 White st
IVANTED-Faper ban jers, with tools, ready to io to
JtUVAWlAOMPANY, l 4lh .
WANTED-Weod worker on truck and wabou wort
Park av. near Jlaymoud St., Brooklyn
h Itil i TOtNi
XlATi.D-A oi.li' n a'i as l.o ! er, oue Io coin'
II piitu Ins ai-iri utiLu ,i'p, a Bieiuhurn pieferred.
Apply at 1 rlukMiiB a., Astoria. L 1
WANTED Men (or cattle itssuiers to London and
Ltverpooli work (or (rse passsxe bi Greenwich it
., 'iXANTED-Two nrst-clais carrlane blacksmllha.
. ' VT J.o.BOWliltBt'TT.Wl'aursoUft, I'alirioa.K, J,
L-b
aaaaaaWlattaMa(aaaaaaaaa
atJnttltst gttalW.
WANTED. TnsAssoelaHon of Manefacrnrsrt of Cab.
Inetwork and Furnltnre sssks to employ cabins!,
makers who beionB to a union that will recoinlie the
principle of arbitration precedlnirany strike Apply to
lhefollolnB Ornis. llerter Bros,, A. Kimball A bon
TledtA Markthaier. Badley A (IreenoorS, K. Narek A
Co. Carl fprlnB Lann A Salle, Rudolf llllbrand, n,
Schmidt. Julius Kern. Hern Iiro . (leoree A. fchajtey
A Co ltoux A Co, Edward Leltmer. Rlllan Itrns.
Kirtieher A Co.. John V scliaefer, oeorss and cur
ford Brown, John Lockuer, W. A. ttrohmajer. and
rreitschasttler.
WANTED-Two cornice cutlers, bliheit waei paid
In the business . . . . ,, . ,
WANlfcD uslvanlred Iron cornice and skyllfht
WAN'TKD-Tln. slate, and tile roofen. Apply at room
a Uichanlcs' Exchange, 303 Fulton sl, Brooklyn, frum
H A. M to 4 1 M.
WANTI'.D-Boys between the ages of 14 and in and In
bsleht 4feet ti Inches Io learn telegraib tntssen
Berserma; apnlloants must bear irood recainmrnda
lions or school tertiacalea. Apply a Dey it, A. M.
dally.
WANTED Freeitone cutters In rioitnn. union or non
union; steady employment; ,waes no cents an
h"nr Apply to w. J. f! I.I.IVaN. Kreeitoue WorK
commonwealth av. and Beacon st, Boston.
WANTBD-A nnt-clan bran tuoulder M P'7 and ion
ItHlOBton St. n.IOIiTIIY Bltos.
fANTED-TwOBood fp' ,, .,,
"iy ANTED-A carrlaiio smith helper and trrner
W" ANTED-A flrsrcTasiTolitilnB carrlaae woodwork
er, steady job, i houth run st.. Brooklyn.
W ANTED-A locksmith and belluanger. 228 Flat
bulbar., Brooklyn.
I7ANTF.D-One" "flntclaii city aaTeiman, at 811
11 Tetnpleconrt.
Yol'NU MAN or boy wanted-to attend a stsllonerr
stand, must hare had experience, be str h tly n'tie-l
and come well r'Coinm'nieil. Ad-tress, bIiiiik rerer
euctA STATIOMiltY, box l.'it, Sun ollice
Situations' U'nutril.
A"PTEADVriNDU."TRIOUfl I YOUNO MAN of 32 wants
a situation, whero prompt and f sllhfnl perrormanr e
of duties will be upprecluted. Is well acquainted with
the mercantile, hardware and tinners' irado. and a fair
le.ei'rabhlo operator, country preferred; references.
Ad,rresa Box 2, Moue HIJbq N. . .
MAltTyiiunfTrUliman with A 1 references would
like a place tu leurn bartendlUB; nut afraid of hard
worklf promotion followa
j 1'. o'CO.N.N'ELL, 350 East ldlh st. city.
A NORTH OF IRELAND Protestant Blrl withes a sit
uation as chambermaid and waitress or mind
children, no objection to country best city refirence)
poiltirely no cards. Call l.oun Dean st, Brooklyn.
A"sTRONo7 well-recommended boy wanta a position
hers he can learn to be an eiiBineer. Address
II, Wlil.-B, 61J East 8th sWclty
A RESPF.CTABLB WOMAN wants to bo out washing
by the day. Call for twoda)s. ail East 17lh St.,
top floor. ,
IIAPIIIeV A lady would like position ascashleror
- oool,keerer in auy uusniesr, ,,.. v, ,,-,c,d,,.d.
Pieaie address M.V.. 1.57U 3d ar., 3d floor.
ITILDERLV MAN wants sltnatliin as iteneralhelp In
U boardmg or other bouse. II. box 131. hun ofllce.
FIRST CLASS fireman and horseshoer wishes country
poitllon. Address BIIOHB. box 137, bun ollice.
HiNDERSON'S AGENCY,
a NAKSA1I NT..N -jr. '
KbTAIlI.ISIIED 13 YKAISS. ,
Slll1ll!i: IIUTEl.H.
Cooks, waltreiies. chambermaids cleaners, hause-
workers, stewards, porters Bsrdenors, Ac. to register
for p:acta, hundreds needeil.
' II, OhllSTM, l'roprlelir
HOUSEWORK. Situation wanted by stronc Oerman
Birl in countrv or city, speaks liniillsh good ci.ok;
one year's reference; wanes il'J or ls- Call loa Fulton
at, Brooklyn; send no litters.
HOUSEWORK, city or country, by a strong, wllllnc
girl, lately landed; moderate w airea Apply at 111
l'.astllstst.
SITi'ATI0iV? ANTED by a girl 15years of age in aa
ofllce; can give belt "f rifirence. Addr.ss
S. J. KENNY, 4'ltl West 41st st
SITUATION WANTED. An experienced gardener;
useful man; handy at n'"llln8'rUIwrl1ll"'.'.'.S'jj1rur
SITUATION WANTED byayoung man with knowl
edge of bookkeeping; ben of reference. Address
B, box lf2, hun oinoe.
STEWARD, manager, or herd waiter, btst references;
city or country. Address iri.BEIt.luJ Lait -,itu et
XirANTED Position as bookkeeper or nnv other cler
if Icnlwork: etptrlencid accountant, rapid audao
curate calculator, would also take outdoor p sltlon.
1 OX, 3)3 KastHltli st.
WATCHMAN or porter. Reliable man (3n years old)
wants a situation 17 years' reference In one
place Address J. O'BRIEN', ito Warren st, Jerley
city, N J.
UrKLI-EIIUCATED YOUNG GERMAN wishes work
at homeaicoprlstof inuilc. ac
F. II. 171 East Kids'.
YOUNG ENGLISHMAN, age 21. well educated, de
sires position as prlvatereeretary orcorrespondlng
clerk. Addrtss K. K. A., box I Jet .-uu ott.ee.
YolNoMAN'ris. desires to learn good trade; eleo
trlclty or printing preterreJ M. K 11, IS'' South st
rlrrt ?3oa1.
"jt.lllOTEIi OLATITIIXn.
Broadway, faclug Central Park sel- ct fauillr hotel;
eery room fucea tb' Park or street, cooiest house In
the city; reduced prices for the summer.
A.-S1IM.1I Kit IN NEW T4IKIC 3D West
SGtnet. MILLEU'r HolEU eouthern visitors desired.
OBOKEN, 102 Undhon st I'lei'.taut fulnllh-'d rooms
to let with or without board; best neighborhood.
LARGE three window back parlor hall and other de
sirable rooms; home-like board, tery reasonable.
2-'.1 West Soth St.
NICELY FURNISHED back parlor, large and small
rootne. with or without board, references. 44
East 'Jtith St.
NICELY FURMSHED ROOMS to let with or without
board, table board; bath. 4 Charlton st
SVPEBIOII ACI'OlIllOnATIONH for
famlllea and Bentlemeu; transients accommodated a
specialty made of serving meals at resideuoe. tabie
boarders solicited: table and attsndance nrst-claia.
40J and 40 West 23d st
WOULD LIKE to have a few respectable young men;
pleasant rooms; good board: $o per week.
Mrs. SHARI'.aiifca.tHOth st
4 Til AV. 102. Thirty-one years established, mechanics
boarding honee for quiet ladles and gents; Vilu to
tU weekly.
1 "yTH ST.. 37 WEST. Pleasant well-furnlihed rooms
1U with good table and attendance.
"lOTIl "sT3in WEST (near Hudson st) NIcelTfuT
Xsv nlshed connecting rooms, hot and oold water, bath:
terms moderate; Southerners solicited, excellent board,
1 QTH bT 43 EAST, neur Broadway. French dln
JOner. 10 courses. Including wine, roc, summer
gurdeu same price,
OflTH ST., 13 AND 15 WEST Rooms, with board,
swW, parlor dining room; Houtherners desired; location
and accommodation flrst-cluss, references,
OODST. 128WE8T. N'ely "furnished hnu.e. 2 large
-connectlugrooms on second floor, suitable for fam
ily or party of adults; other rooms; BUtnmcr prlcea
hnil ST., B WEST. Large and small rooms, band-
somely furnllhed, with or without board,
4JQD bTTTlfiS WEST. London Terrace llandiomaly
-svO furnllhed or partially furnished, second floor,
singly or eu suite, sll light rooms, board ulioual; auiu
mer prices.
2 "ID ST, 324 WrST. frge desirable rooms: also
e small room: bath and all conveniences. euelleut
table; table board.
OQD ST.. 310 WEST.- Large desirable rooms; all con
Avt venlences; good board; permanent or transient;
terms moderate.
OQD ST., law WEST. LarBe pleasant rooms, all con.
s-s leniences and excellent board; Southerners s--llclted.
OKTII T. 2'H AND2IO WEST. Large pleasant
) nicely furnished, also, small rooms, gentlen.su or
fsinllbs ladles 4. Eentlemeii. tn.
(jStHST.. 237 r.AHT A few hoarders wanted In an
. f old established mechunii'S' boarding house.
sTII ST, WKhfTnear U statloni-Nlcely fur
-i nlshed roomst all conveniences; excellent board;
WandT" weekly, table bo ird, fcil Sil
si aTlFsT.. aw WEST (ne.lr L station) Nicely fur
e4 ulihed rooms all conveniences, excellent board;
.1and W weekly, tsb'e board. vl.Vi.
JfilHST, I'l WEST Eleanlaccoiimodalioiis sum
ttU mer rates, with or u Ittioul board, tr.insltntly or
permanently, fine location.
elf xtH ST, 201 EAST - Large and smill hatidsoius v
e57 furnished rooms Improvements, superior board;
terms very muderate.
A 1 ST ST.," 241 EAST. LarBe room alio ballroom,
aX newly furnished, excellent board; ladiea,3Mi
genM-'.
J1D bT. IS W'EST.-Handsomely furnllhed Urge
. ul small rooms, every convenience, excelleut
boards private house,
OU ST. 1HJ WEST Avrlll House, family h'ltel
4 roomsfur families and gentlemen, enperior no.
comniodation.
SOD ST. 2.1 WEST. Register at once. Travellers'
fa Exchange Ileum and Board directory.
4JD RT, iiisM.' WEST.-Handsoroely furnished
O rooms with superior board and attendance; table
board; reference
4,eTII ST, 334 WEST, near Broadway.-Kqoare room.
'i newly furnished; every lonvenlence. cxcellsni
board; private houie,
A sTH ST. '.'34 WEST, near Broadway Handsome
'I'l rooms; newly furnUhedi excellent board, terms
moleraie.
IKTII HTU WEST-PrlvatefainllTon'erVttractlve
AiJ rootni, with tint-clan board and attendance; ium
mer terms
AIU ST. 18 EA8T. Bacond-story large room; supe
a f rlortaolet refcreneea
"A QTlfST.. S22 WRRTrViear Broadway -Two large
AlJ front rooms onseoond and third Hours, newly fur
nished, with drat-ciass board; mini reasotiabli, refer
ence. .4QTII sr. 212 IAhT Handsomely I r-it-bed rooms,
'in tilth or wlthuut board, good bcaliou, muderate,
with owner.
IQTII ST. 1B9 EAST.-Sroairandlarge rooms, with
iO board, (3; baok parlor, with or without board.
K 1ST ST. IS WEST, near" 8th av.-IIandsoms'fyfur-O
X niahed rooms, singly or en suite; exoelleut boarat
summer prices, tramlents accommodated.
ROUST. 8i7EAbT.-Flrst finer nicely furnished large
JaS ball room; all Improieuieuti. Willi or without
board.
,V2" ST. 2IH WEST lb..riiiii rooms for intnill's
t nudgsutleinen, referuiio giieu. gotd table, ?12
lojll
ATII ST, 162 EAST.-Mccly turuished rooms; sjcsl
UU lent board i American lasnllyi refcreucei,
a 1 ST ST.. 21 WEST. Excellent neighborhood: newly
U X f uinlJtiiij rooicj, with or without table board.
A-
ammSaB0S&mWmMMMMMMWMMMmMWmMMm
ft A WEST S4TII ST.-Eligsnt fnrnUhed apartmsnla,
01 with care attachid.Call.
' ncyUM.. 131 JJABT.-Toleta large front room. see.
75iond floor, to two yon" m Vri3f&nt taoVrS:
with hoard- alio baek parlor wth or without board,
suitable for a doctor's or a dentist soniee.
OOlTsT ".M"KAST.-Elegant room; excellent tables
t JewisMamtly; (or adultiL
ofsT'sT. 1ft7"EABT-Nle;ly furnlihsd single and
0 1 double roomn private famllyi with or without
board.
nTTH ST, 137 WEBT.-Nlesly furnished rooms, with
!J7 or without table boardi American fainllri refer
ences. . .
inTlfs"T 202 HAST; L station at door-Wanlsd.
1U0 boarderijjlso; early braakfait
1' i 'Til ST 139 EAST-Pleaianl, sunny roomil
10 newly furnllhed; superior ublai private family.
lfiKTU'ST. 4 WEST-Tao large eonnscting roetna,
Vl0 elegantly furnished, to In, with boardi refer
ences. lOSTII ST. 2J1 WEST.-Large square rooms, with
1 U or without board, gentlemen or couples.
I 41 mil ST. 1 WEST Two tingle rooms, fnrnUhed.
i) in rent, with boardi pleasant location; moder
ate terms.
TllT MACON ST, Brooklyn. Vllcaar.atallon.-Rooms
jUl with board for gentlemen; private faml.yi
terms $.lik
uroljsliihoom & giparlmf mu "Co $ ct
T'LINTON PLAOR. so. near Broadway.-Large and
' im all lUht raJmil tl.tiuupward,
"TJTTKOANr IIACHKI.OU apartments and
sulteiol furnished rooms In ceutral location with and
without board, 'o; y y 4'".'tayj,.'0
r.il'RNIhllFD ROOMS, with or without board; double
1' and single rooms; table board; moderate. 23d East
27th st -
"l.iURNISHRD R00M8 for gentlemen. BOO Eait 112th
X' it , corner 2d ar, lit Boor, .
YiU'IINISIIImT FROVT HAIL BEDROOM, too floor,
i! front 2.'S Hamad at.
"KXINCITON av 74, near seth sl.-I-arge wellfnr
Ijnlihed rooms, running water, bath, fail lermt
moderate.
LARGE and "small furnllhed room! to let ladles er
gentlemen, al Clinton placo
XTICKLY FURNISHED ROOMS to let; ,-enu only. 028
J.1 Greenwich it
K00M8 for housekeeping, f-60 and IS. llBWaih
lngton place, between nth ar. and Barrow it
rpit A VELLi:n8' EXcilANGK and Board
A Directory. Handsome rooms and superior board;
central location. 33 W est 43d St.
1 ST ST, 14 EAST.-Newly furnllhed rooms, (1 per
weekt house In first claai order,
4 Til ST. W WEST, facing War-Blurton square
Large, cheerful, nicely furnllhed room; gentlemen
or light housekeeping; H-oO.
lnTH ST., 28.1 EAST Handsomely furnished front
l parlor; prlvato houiei folding hed; new piano;
M weekly.
TOTIIST, 300 WEST (near L station). Large, nicely
l.furnlshid pleasant room; also small rooms terms
moderate; transients acoorumodateU
1 OTH 8T."ll3 EAST. Front square room, nicely fur-
1 i nlshedi also front hall room.
i ATll st!. 3201TAST. Nicely furnished rooms for one
Xraortwogentlemta.
OATH ST, 440 WEST (opposite Cheliea iquareV. Bx--U
tra large hall room, large cloiet suitable for 2, 3;
small room, $J; board. If desired.
OnfffsTTlol EAST (oor 4th av.) Large airy rooms
rU cloieti; two gontlemen or couple; third floor; y
OATH ST.. 31irEAST. Large front room for gentle
all mans oloseui gas; hot and cold water: private.
O 1 ST st! 244 EAST, Two large connecting rooms,
1 singly or together: bath. gas. running water; pri
vate family.
Os)I STri2TEAST.-lrge, nicely furnished rpomi;
--w reference
O'-I D stT13 WEST (near L itatlonk-Large, cheerful.
O nicely furnished suites, separately It desired; all
conveniences! bath; terms moderate for summer.
2" sJD-STT 313 WEST A pleaiant desirable small
) room: all conveniences and best of attendance;
for the summer very reasonable.
OQD8T, 433 WEST.-Large front aloore; hot and cold
t water, bath, ample cloieti; othsr large rooms,
singly or en suite
OQDST..401 WEST (near L station). Large pleasant
O nicely furnished room, one or two geutlsmen. M;
newly furnished.
OQD ST, 431-WEST Large front alcove, newly fur--0
nlshed. hot and cold water bathi also other roomil
ummer prices.
2 QO ST., 213 WsfST.-rieasant desirable room; cen
O tral location; belt of attendance.
OTII ST.7TS4 EAST Large rooms, handsomely fur
t4 nlshedi running water; alio back parlor; suitable
for doctor
q7tH ST., si WEST Handsomely furnished rooms,
-a p"f- fJ up; all conveniences.
O .TH ST, 22o WEST. Handsomely furnished rooms
im for gentlemen; central location; fA I bo. HJ
weekly.
OQTII ST, SIBKAST. neare'.evated.-LadyllvIng alone
iO w 111 reul furnished rooms to private parties
Of. ST ST, 11EAST Large, well fnrnli-cd front
O X room; private baths also other roorna
OOD ST.,302 WEST, first house from 8th ar Parlor
Osi and largo front room, with bath; reasonable.
QQli ST r2lEAST. Handsomely furnished rooms;
ejO water, gas; sultsbie for gentlemaa and wife or
single gentlemen, t-kXIup,
diTa ST. 223 WEST,
Mcely furnished small or large square rooms running
water; best attendance.
3 .Til RT. I4A EAST Handsomely fnrnlshed large
1 and small rooms at summer prices
qTstH ST, 113 WF.sf! near Broadway Handsomely
Of fnrnished ruoms; reference.
Q fiTII ST.. 34 WEST (near Mb av.) Large nicely f ur
OO ulihed front room, hut and cold water; bath; pri
vate house; summer prices,
QKTII8T,".vi WEST An attractive well furnished
OO second floor, three rooms, bath, all conveniences,
singly or en sulte
QKTl'l ST.. 70 WEST Large, also hall room, well fur
Oil ulihed. third floor, without board, to gentlemen.
QQTHBT. 218 WEST (near Broadway) Newly fur
OO nlshed large norai. all conveniences, singly or en
suite; ladlss or gentlemen.
QQTH ST." 217 WEST Newly furnished rooms';
00 everything Oril-clasi; belt attsndances summer
pricea
JOTH ST.. 123 WEST. - llratlc Plista." Dellghtfnl
Oi cool rooms, singly or en suite; private bstb; terms
moderate for the summer, LATHBOP.
QAT1I ST, 202 WEST Large, elegsntly furnlihsd
Oi7 rooms; every convenience! breakfast If desired;
centrally located; near Broadway.
QnTfrsT7 2TWEST -Nicely fnrnUhed room and
it( bedroom, housekeeping, t3; also ball rcou
A ATll ST.. 224 EAST -Fnrnlshed rooms, with or with
'iU outboard; also light housekeeping; with hot aod
oold water.
A ATll' BT.T222 lUlY-Room for light houiekeeplng;
AV alio ilngle room.
A()0 ST "nsTivEST. LarBe front room, neatly fur
'A nlshed, fur two gentlemen or bonsskisptrjgi
house prhate.
4 iJD ST.. nil WEST Frsttlly fnrnUhed rooms hot
J cold running wattr; bath; all aonreuienoet; for
gentlemen.
KTHST, 6d WEST. Doctor or dentUt: hsndiomely
fat furnished parlor floor; olossts; hot and cold
water, reaionable; also frunt hall bedrooms private
famllyi references
.Til HT, 314 WEST, near Broadway llandiomsly
AU furnUbed rooms; folding bed; all convsulsncss;
treakfastlMeslred.
QTH ST, 102 WEST.-Large and small rooms In excel
ftoient house and location, (or genii only; reasonable.
RATH sr 213 EAHT Hall slugleand double rooms.
Jiy nicely furnllhed; summer pricea
klST ST., 42H K4hT7o7srlo'ok7oViui7iilTer Urge
y t and small rooms, nicely furnished; all conven
iences, SI 7., upisard.
flST ST. 4IS EAST, overlnnklng Bait River Larse
y A end small rooms; biilti, gas, gardeu, piano; only
two in houit
K1STST. 157 EAST -Desirable well furnllhed cool
J A ronins, llh or without boards summer pricea
fi.-)D ST., 131 EAST.-Large front room, nicely fur
''Ulslied, also back room, married couple or gentle
man,
jTIOD 6T. sit EAST Nicely furniihed"lngle"room!
tot and cold water; bath on floor; private family.
AJD, ST, 141 EAST Single room; double room,
I'' nicely furnlihea; alio parlor doctor or private,
Sl-'i r!T', !'. EBT -Small and large roomi, nicely
UeJ furnlihsd, homo newly rsnoraled; all Improve
ineiils '
K.4TII ST., It's) EAST latbe!l -Large front room,
cry nicely furnlihea. suitable for two gentlomen
KKTIl" ST, 841 EAST Back perlori folding bed,
UU batlt. gaai private house; very moderate.
K7TII ST. 248 EAST Nicely fDrnUhed ball room.
U I tl.M11 frontroom, suitable for two, ti
OATH BT"l7e BABT.-CooTfront hall room, nicely
OU furnUbed; gai; baths tl.aos top flat
1 lfTH KT. IH7 EAST.-Fornlihed roomi to let sulU
X AWahlofor light liousskeeplngi rent fa fro per week.
Is.lQDST. NEAR 3TilVUrge square'Tront room.
t) private house. Jewish family, for gentleman
with refereuoet 910 monthly, Address
Boom, bux ills, buu up town offlos, l.ia Broadway.
QQf; WEST KTliRT LariTlront room, prtrate
Oili) family. "-80 weekly,
cgoprnj aatt patttttf ttttt t?attfg.
W ANTED-A single light nnfarnlihed room In apart
ment or private house at moderate rent.
11 . bux liil, Hun up town office. ,2iK Broadway.
.xttrminator.s of Vmnitu
COSTAR'H EXTERMINATORS Kills Eoaohsa Bedbiiira,
Bats, Mice; Infallible tin yearn not peUeo. 00l
TAB'S " does work lnslagls night 40 Ollntoa plana
gaachinti..
I.IOR SALE-Two 4rhorie horlcontal tubular boilers
A in Al order ready lor delivery abuul July 10 Ad
u e ' y. ,t.. ;,,'iiiuiiiii,i
ppnumtatHe
MarblbamPoranitb woms-Monumspu.
onyx topa CSdsitala Ac. A- KLABBB, 3S to lii
I o7ta it, at a. ay, elsiatsd itaUtaV
.sJummtr Jtjsortt.
Now -Tortc
j""""'" " ""
GRAND UNION HOTEL,)
j Saratoga Springs,
j PNDBR TUB NEW MANAOBMBNT,
WILL JIEOPBN FOB TUB SEASON j
j 7KDNEHDAT, sJUNKSfl. j
j AND REMAIN orEN UNTIL OCT, L j
; DlaKrama ofroorna ersrs tie aeea
at our New York offlee,
j PARK AVENUE HOTEL,
j 6EOKOR a ADAMS, Manager, j
j j
THECM
HAKATOUA tU'JtlNCJb. N. V.
Tbls snitocralle hotel will optn June 3
Terms ti4 per week and upward.
ATETtll.I, . OREdOBT, Proprietor.
For Information and diagram of roomi call or address
our ofllce at IIOTJJI. MAltl.ItijIUIUOIl.
Broadway and .with sl , New York.
" sumiriEx. saoiwEEs. "
A beantljully llluitrated pamrhlet of 17,'. pages, de
scribing the Summer resorte on the line of the New
York. Ontario and Western Railway can be had free on
application at offices belowi In New York-.Nos I, 47,
323, H44. and 1.323 Broadway, 737 nth av, I 170 Ulh av,
181 Easl 128th st, 264 West 128th St. and ticket ofucos
at foot of Weil 42d it and Jay it In Brooklyn-4 Court
st, 800 Fulton st, 218 Atlaotio ar 88 and Ki7 Broad
way. Brooklyn, K. . and 310 Manhattan av Creen
point Copies mailed on receipt of 0 cents In stamps to
3. c ANDERSON. General I'ausngsr Agent In six
change place. New York.
THOUSAND ISLANDS.
Hotel Weitmlniter. Westmlniter Fark. Alexandria
Bay. N. Y. "Unqneitlonably the finest location In the
Thousand Islands larper'sMagarlne.Septemher 1MM.
Hates S2 to S3 days H"to l7week. bpectal rates to
famlllea and partlea bend for llluitrated pamphlet.
II. F. INOLEHART, Proprietor.
LONG BEACTTHOTEL
AND COTTAOKH.
Long Beach, Long I-land.
rUKNISHEII COTTAGES, 57(50 TO
8 l.OOO.
rOINT LOOKOUT, SSOO.
Tralni dally from New York and Brooklyn.
Addreai JOHN T. DF.VINE,
Grand Hotel. Broadway and 3Ut st
Sheepshead Bay, L. B.
"IMoicdl Mia."
This wall known and select family resort Is open for
the ennimsr and fait Two minutes1 ride or ten minutes'
walk to Manhattan or Brighton Beaches, one hour from
New York city. Accommodation only hrai-clais, and
table the best '1'rrnin rcunoiinbli-. Hprclul
Kuleie In I'nmlllee and j:eiirnlon I'isi tics
'"StVu-.N-- AtCOMMOllATlUNH.
FISHER'S ISLAND, N. Y.,
Ooposlte New London. Conn The new and comraodl
one steamer Mnnnatawket will connect at New London
with Norwich steamboat line and with trahn from New
York. Uoeton. and ew 1 ngland cities, the Mansion
House has been newly painted, papered and refur
nished, and fitted with plumbing under sanitary regula
tions, and will be open for ricepllun or a limited mint
berof guests about June 13: telephone iu bouse con
neetlng with New London; boutlng. bathing, and livery
facilities afforded AdJrrss
F S. JONES, lul btate it. New London. Conn.
ntETCHAlNECr HOUSE,
Westhampton Centre, Long Island,
SITUATION ABSOLUTELY HEALTHY; FINE SURF
AND STILL WATER BATHING. YACUTINO. BOW
ING. FISHING, AND GOOD DRIVING
HliUlllKNtTH OIVE.V.
FltANU. JCA VNOII, l'soprietor.
FfiOSPECT HbllSEAND COTTAGES.
HAY IHIIOKK. I I.. ti .
epnoilU Hra In and one tmur from ih city; Allmnd
crn ImDroTtmeiita: etciric llghi -nd Ltiu lit cli
room, WILL cil'liN JL'.NK io. tembou: .U Itv
twice dfiy to Fire Iilaml,
Forroom call or -drcu IX FRANKKU rrnintot
Uouae, Hy bhore. Ul.or L'lnrcu-on lloiel. WublDr
ton and Johnson ats., BrooUyiL
"surfH hotel,
FIRE ISI.ANII lll:--t'II, I-. -'..
FOR ADVtNTAllRRAS A .-EASHORK RESORT IT IS
UNSURPA88KII IN AttKHU'A It cures inaleri it. hay
fevers, chll.a and catarrh. GOOD SAILING, Flnlli.Mi,
Rl'RF, AND STILL-WATF.lt BATHING. Give- slrem'.h
to the deltcste. and vigor and vivacity to all. loll
CHILDREN IT IB A rARADleK.
STETSON'S WATSON HOUSE.
IIAIITI.ON. I.. T.
A FIRST CLASS FAMILY HOTEL
On Orsat South Bay. Open all the rear. Fishing, sail
ing, and shooting. A. McC. bTETSON, Proprietor.
WJEAN H0U8QU0GUE, L I,
Now open for the season: half mile walk to ocean:
finest lea beach In the world. Farllcelars, address IL
1'. PA Y.N K. Manager.
SOUTHAMPTON, L. I,
yew more furnllhed cottages left fronting lake and
ocean. Lilts on application.
V. R. HAVENS, real estate agent
BItTOU IKEOTIEXj.,
Fag Harbor, Louglsiand.
Clr a few steps from depot
II. a PORTER, Proprietor.
BROVCN'H COTTAOB, FAB 1IOCKA.
TFAY, I I., near seashore; 2.1 newly renovated
rooms: open June ti. Partus dsslrous of home com
forte, for terms apply 2J9 West 37tli st, oronprtmlsea
MAJIISON nofHi:.
Far Rockaway. L. I.
Now opm: new management, flrrt class board; nnnar.
MARS WHITE. I'M East 17th st. New lork.
grant'house.
JEFFEBSON HEIGHTS. CATSKILL. N. Y.
Open .luue H.
For rites, circulars, Ac . call or address
II F. STILES. Manager,
28 West nan st, N. . cltr.
CATSKILL MOUNTAl.N'H.
Morltr Home, t mllii from Cairo, N, Y, In moun
tains. Call or address ,
K. M. FERItETT. Proprietor. 37.' Tearl it.N. Y.clty.
Connecticut,
FORT GEISWOLD HOUSE
AND IOTTAGUS,
On the Hound, Oppoe.Ur N- l.ossdnn. Conn.
OPEN .JUNE 19.
Fifth season under the same management. A coot,
healthy, and delightful summer resort bathing boat
ing, niblng, Aq Rooms and cottagei may be engaged
at e)turlevsut Home. New York city.
UATTHEWH .Is 1'IUUSON,
l'roprlctni-e',
DOItLOX -lOL'HES.
JlOUl.ON'H 1'OINT. SOUTH NORWALK, CONN.
On wattr front of Long Island Sound. Bathing,
yacbting. and llverr faciiltlis. one hour from. New
York via N. Y A N II K lc city of Albany leaves Ileek
msnst daUyi :o p. M. Returning from South Norwalk
7.10 A.M. Vara, 40a bhuredlnueriaspecUltyi tormi
moderate. .1. J- VOW Kit, Wup.
POCOTOPAUG LAKE,
EAbT HAMPTON. CONN, '
Lovely place to spend tliisuinuiir AUnlulelyheallhy,
t7 to 1.6. Illustrate 'i'-l.
lib oilo IlHad,
CONTINCNTAl- UOTEIa,
Narragansett Pier, R. I.
VI1, OPEN TX'F.HAY. .JUI-T 1.
C'f.Alttt N. H('lrii:i,l. alaimuer,
l'ennaylvmiln.
til XPI D1CC FIBUINO IN DELAWARE RIVER
BLAllK -AS!), AT DELAWABl; HOUSE
Lackawaxea Pike county. Pennsylvania, on Erie Rail
way; ISO elegant rooms, superbly furnished, eto12
weekly: C3 per dayi oulslns unstirpasssd
Batb bouisi and livery. Location the finest In Dela
ware valley. Three hours from New York.
rjuntt oani.
' LIOWELL VILLA "-Two mlnutra'rlde or ten mln
XX utei walk to Manhattan ut Brighton Beaeh, one
hour fromNew York city. Accommodation and leu.o
the best Tertaa Krueiinillile. Hprolssl ltulea
io raaslllcs aad Cssuralua farlloa (runs a
llletaure.
JJarst for Two or Three llorsii and Car.
rlatcca.
Addr euBoiea,
MIIEBI-HHEAP HAY. r I.
ASBPRT PARK, tha Albany, 3107lh av -Everr ae
lommodatlun for families hours newly furnish, 1
Hires minutes from the owian, supsiior Otble terms
Hinder,, e H RAW. p,
PUBITAN HOTEL. IPS Bowery, corner Delsacev it
Accommodation! for fenllsmea desiring elegsul
IHBI u4 stone comf cru,' a.ioc . wesUy.t-U anal
flHHB-i
tfummtr l (noriff.
"Sew In-er,
HOLLYWOOD HOTEL
AND COTTAGES
opsr.
Musi bathi. and the hist reitauranl at Long Branch.
ORWOOD. LONG BRANCH, N' .1 mere are only
-A! three cottagei sllll to let out of the Iwenlv one at
"Norwood," the most beautiful summer riiortlnlhls
country.
stagis eonnect with tralni at West End Station, Long
stranoli. r4, J,
AKlsVllY PAltK, N. ,T.
COLEMAN HOUSE.
,rc,!rc"y n Hie hcactu The leading hotel of the place.
will open Saturday June2s, lsi 1 Irit class stable.
Rates, diagrams, and Hilorinatl in of W A. SUA Hi It,
Manegiiigj Clerk, ur J. E. UALl'll. Proprietor, Aihury
AHItUKV I'AItU, N. sl.
Oxrioaatctl Hotol.
Newly palmed and rentled belt location In Park; open!
June in.
SAMUEL II. McINTYRE.
AS1ITJUY IAIIIC, N, ,T.
TIOI. VBCTOiCI V
Family HotcL froutlng nu ocean uiiobitructedriew;
lighted by gas and electricity, arteiian water- all mod
ern Improvement!; superior table; terms moderates
oi eu .May).
Alitliinlii Hole!, Aslinry Tiirk, iV. .).
1 ronttng directly on ocean: running v, ater from artesian
wells, klti lieu le managed bv I-rench cooks Forfurther
Information aldress UM. AFPLI.0AT1, Proprietor.
AsvlllIltV sa IIH. NoitlVOOII HA l.lT"
COIINEH 01" FOI'ltTII AV AND KINGSLEY ST., one
hlocc fjom ocean, sanitary apnllanc -s perfect and
every requisite for the comfort of guests
Mrs M. L. McXRAY.
Aabury lurk, N'nvv -lurary.
THIRD K1N0SLEY. FULL 'iiVlaN VIEW, OFEN
JI'NH 21.
A. CRAWFORD, 575 Madison ar.
ASIH1BY XAItK,' IIO'I'KI.-OIl7sisY7
Now opent new maitaia'tueut: one block from heach
and bathing grounds, te'ect table: terms moderate;
boating and fishing SNYDER A SOLOMONS, Mgrs.
SEABRIGHT INN
SKABRIGUT. N. J.
Newmnnagiment
W. S DURYKA. or 1.267 Ilroadway. room ft.
EBIGIi-j WOOD"" OU3H,
l'.NGI.I'.WOOII. N. J. (THE TAI.ISADES.)
SELECT FAMILY IIO'l 111. I beantlfnl
gromids.weli shadtd; first clan table at moderato pricea
rSTJMMIT, X. .1.
PAKE- HKtrSB-.
tt(lt.1 lllllAl-,1 Its a Via - I4.1 -I l.lraa e.ll
iioivi riioiiuu ij e uv leuiisui I'tAiev, iiSMaasBs. iviihuk
Oratiita Mountain. 4"" feet bo eca levrl pprlnif w.
tar: seweraco the test; ll inoJerin lm rovementti; ac
raminoilatlunn for l-.i. inLle supplied with the belt lu
the market; teruii inoilerate.
K aN. bhVEBANCn, Proprietor.
THE INN AT HIGH POINT. .,,
furnlrshed. inoj.rn ronxt'i.ient.eK, i.Ktf i ftet levaU"n
hUticst in New Jersey. iimriitn-etit 1um, do lualurla,
no inonqultott, lifiifth gUnitf uir, 1-oat. Uvitj. Ad
(lrefs lor leriui CU.-ib. bT. JOHN. Jr., .Manuner, 1'ort
Jervla, N. Y.
thImjiit i7i: xi nn.
Fventy yard from rre.in, rue quarter mil from bar:
line mirf bathlnn and fli-hlnc. reniiriylHnld Kallroil
(tation cm iiremlnes, two hours from ew York and
rhllalephli ii-jfltat and telrgrapMo "ummuntratlnii;
urms9t rr ee ani upnard. hand rur tlrcuUr to
OIC1M.Y l.NN. Drtley, Ocean county. aN J.
C?Jcrttrj5fonr
COE.EY BSLAS.O.
IIICK.IITON m:Acn,
Wi;sT II1CICIITON 1IEACIT,
Sea Beacli Route,
Culver Route,
Bay Ridge Ferry,
Froai 1'out or Wltllclsall Street. Tcrinlnnaor
ELEVATED KOAHS,
1IKOAUW.IY LINE,
KELT LINE.
Boats connecting at Bay RMge with train! for Coney
Island via LI, I, Vl-.lt and M.A UKAi II ItnLTE's leave
Whitehall street hourly from 7:10 to II III A. M.. and
halt hourly Irmn II 111 A. M to n lu P. M. rundiiy.
I' l'i A. M. and hair hourly trom in m A. M tu : 10
P. M. Returning, last trains leave Cuney Island al 1U;24
F. M. Lxcursiuu tickets, 4vicent
IRON" STEAMBOAT "COMPAQ
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO THE IKON' PIERS AT
coney imm
Ktenmrn Irnre to.riy IVom Wet 311 U ft..
N. 1... Iioiitly Irom I) A. M. until O 1. M.,
I and l'ler (new) No. 1, N. IS. (Hutt-ry IMhco
rslatlmi Klevutril lloi.tl), hal. nn hour luier.
lloi.t leave Coney I laud hourly iiom lOjiO
A. .11. until 7 1 H I M.
Faro to Coney Inliiml nml return. i-Orent-j.
Uxcnriion tickets told at all down ir.u-- tat Ion.
Elevated Kuadi, with free trfliister tetween bouth
Ferry and Mattery 1'lace for-.! and M a v. I -eirra.
Manhattan Beach.
Tit A INS LEAVE FOOT I'- II ITU ST..N.Y.
0t20 dally except Sunday). H.av lu 2 . 11 20 A. M.,
12 aid'j oOItace Davs, o. I. .1. c. and July 4 only). 1.20
(1 ,Vlhun,la)a and Race Days, C. I. J. C andJulyS
only) 2 1.0 i2.6il IEjco iiays, haturda). Sundaa. aud
July 4 only), 11- iMuaiftace Davs. t-alurda). Sundays,
and July 4 only), and half huurlrfruiu 4.2D1". M. to
tl:4(il'. SL
WHITEHALL ST.. terminus of all elevated roads.
Hourly froin7H iA. M. to llitii A M. half hourly from
i -If s i. M. to u ml'. M.. ivunda.s hourly trom s it, A.M.
to 9.10 1'. M. Race Davs all trains nop at Race Traok tu
b P. M.
Extra boats 11:4 l A. M. 13.40 P.M., Race Days, O. L
J O., Saturdays and July 4.
ROCKilWAYBACII.
IIMIIINI- hEASIIV.
FOR ROCKAWAY PARK AND WAY STATIONS
N. Y AMI ROCKAWAY BI-.ACII RAILWAY trains
leave Long Island city US. U:iv 11.11' A. M.; 2 I f .
ilia 4'4.-,. t:4. 7 is) 1'. M s huudavs, 7 in, ti iu. 10 20,
II:,VIA. M.l III.'. ilkaj44llo. 1, 7:uiv h:lu P. M.
S OUTII BEACH.
DAILY EXI'VIlrslON...
Hlr. Tlicia. A. lloisiiin,, Mr. I.llis llnncoa,
Jlrniime l K Illvei, W. IO1I1 s,t. or J'lirle.
lUlI.'i A. U I l'i 1' M. li'l'lirr t N. Klvrr.
3 1.1 T M 10 1 - M.l " I. M,
Bridge I'ock, Brooklyn ail.i I' M . fibi; P. M.
KltJU A. II., uu 1' M..'lJ-y rtreel-J'4 A, M,
a Jin P. M. 1 1:1-' ll ", n 4.1 P. M.
FAKE lS'i:.VT!5 EA4 1. WAY.
FOKT LEE FAICIC II Al I. Y TIM F.TAIILE
Steamen leave Canal ' . landing at 22d st . N. II.. 1 1
A. M 2 a, and 7 Ij P M. Iteturnlnir from 1-ort I.ee
7 3 ''anil 11 30 A. M Mil and 7 IM". M. Pleasant Val
ley -.rote 10 let C W. bl'hltliHCIC, 32M spring st
CHOLERA Oil I'lSIIINti BANES DAILY -Double,
hulled Iron strainer ANi.l I P, with new boilers
and all safe iniiroveiiieiita le.iveH 21st it , p.. t. , J',
beekmunsL. I It 7 ,. 1'ter U N It. S.I. A J -. (resli
ball, t.c. l.enta. T.'ic. ladles, '"'c AL 10STEK
I.MSHINII BANKS ilnlly. ACCOMACK Last "111 St.
I1 6 4.1. ltd st. 7i H-riink.in st . 7 : l'ler S. 1'. It. 7 '-u.
one block alimo Maien Island ferrs. Fare. 7 r.. with
bolt check, etui's. - for U. ladlfa. th COOPER.
1.1ISIIIN0 BANKS. Dally SCIIUYLI R. I'alt 2M. 7 Ml
' Peck s'lp 7 4i: Franklin. S-20; 7- cents, with bait
check, ladies, -UCi Cthlug tackle, rerrrsluuents
BI KBL, Captain,
hc Cuvf.
NEW YORK JOCKEY OLTJB
MORRIS PARK, WEST CHKsl Ell, N. Y,
SPIIINO MEtTINU, lrtst
.(HUB JO, 11, IU, 111, IL
Via Second and Th'rd Avenue Klera'e I Roads to Har
lem IMver. thence via Harlem River branch nf N. Y.. N.
II A II. IS R 'r-nns alii leave lliirlem Itlvur until 12
M on regular suhedule lime, and llmru.llter viscial
trains will icave every ten minute or ofteuer, gulu
direct tu the grand Hand.
sen 1'lelil, I'lrat Illtrc ut UlilO 1. .11.
IColu or rtlilur.
T. II KOCK, Feo'y. II. DeCOURCY FORBES, I'rea
cfWOUUl 10CM.
LKTTF.Il IS WAITING! at New York l'ot Wllce for
lr. Aittiur I Frost, also one at Newbur-li I", o.
W 1,1 he p e-t'o call or send f im tl.eiu 1 signed A. !'.
CVARH 1" I.Ml'I.OVI-.l.-i o( City Button vlorka-i.il
.' hales aie rei; icsti-d to call (or ivauon due tu iheni
at our temporal y ollice. 207 tvnal st. hem sen the
buurs of 1 and 4 0 clock ('. M. on Saturdav, Juno 11
" CITY BUTTON WORKS,
sjinr.itrrIil.i 'fiotitta.
t .lHrTnilMOF -INT, BONO TANO A I O. of 3d Mottst.
X Chlnsso merLhanta has sold to Ou.ti hang Long the
w hols luiiiueis In uPov ,' premlies for the sum of eights.!!
liundrrd li' M s'l d"1 are since Jnoe 2. Ih'si
jousiursj. (fUnncrsi.
i.iOlt BALK A first class baking business, doing a
isrge counter trade lu cakea, biscuits, aud bread , is
an old silabllibed I lace anl au excellent opportunity
torthorlsbt partys terms reasonable. Apply on prem
us, 2-4 eprlug st. city-
gUiiiiimy mljrr,.simaUiuB.
DR' hrM WKI! wii'- ' krf'P nit rv cuHn r fli'-.
v. r. ( e b. l 11 u 111. .jr wut- '! l-MU
t nrar t a ' t-. u . l'ULI.h
BILLIARD and pool tabic and all kinds Millard cuv
terlal i lowsst pricea. OJUflTU ca.l.lt-ay,
aai
SmttftmtBt-i.
Tlicodoro Thomas. Last bnt Two
rJlT.MMEK MIJUTn1 CONCEJXTB.
LENOX LYCEUM, .M-AYi?-
CLOSE OF 11IF. BF.ASON.
TO.NIS-I1T. HI'gVF.riT r MOO AMMB.
W KDDINO MAROU, M.d.uamsr N'1",,",,,,--
OVERTURE, Corlolsnus ---,?,B.l.lli-,Jl.V
FANTASIA, l.l.bemacht Til. 80UAR1VF.NKA.
IIUNOARIAN RHAPSODY, No, 14 LISZT
YORSI'lEU III. Act Mslsterslnger...... -. ,,
VORSPIRLand FINALE, lrlilan and IioldefWAaNEtt
SIEtURiED's DEATH, Oottirdammerung.. )
KvWiBtrt.f orchestr- -OI"T
I.AROO... . UA,NoDlV,s'
SUITE PeerOynt Wwv-WwJsr1 KU
Violin ObllRFito, Mr. MAX nENIJIX.
Admlealon (III lnt, no Itreerted (Jr-Hta.
Mistlirduy llvrnlntc I. net Concert but One.
POPULAR PROHRAMME. .,,
SFEtlAL L.T TIIOIIAH UONCEBT,
SUNDAY BVENINO, JUNE 13, atSlli.
H0L01STS. .
Mile. n.r.MENTINA HE VF.nn.
llerr Tlli:ollOltE It EIC'IIM ANN,
who will sing the Duet (roro. the
FLTINO DDTCHMAN.... W.A??5!:
Mile DR VKRE. Bell Aria - '.".W tiY.fe
Herr RElPIIMANN, Song . ., , llRAIlMS
In order to atold the rush which usually attends theie
Oils Concerts. Pests and Boxes should be secure I lu
advauoe. Box ofllce open dally si3o A. M. to 10 I", M,
A -MADISON SQUARE HARDEN AMPIIITIIRATRK.
s SAMUEL FRENCH A SON, General Managers.
Tbe Largest Urandeit and Moil Complete 1'lace of
Amuiement In the World.
MONDAY EVEN1N0. JUNE 1 1KXX
Every Etenlng at a Sacred Concert Sunday.
FlltbT APPEARANCE IN NEW YORK OF
STRAUSS
ami li 1 famous Vienna Imperii Court Orchestra,
together with
S (.KA.VII IIALLETH,
entitled
PEACE A.l WAI
and
CHOOSING THE NATIONAL FLOWER.
Frier. 0O0., Sl, SL.-.O. IIokc.SIO SIU.
AENEKAL AllMIMHION 00c
RI'KClAL-AII seats In Orchestra nnd Arena, also all
Boxes are sold for the opining night, but the I'aruuet
and Balcony, containing nv.r 1,800 seals, which ure not
reserved, can uuw be secured.
PARQUET il. DALCONV IW CENTS,
-I ,4 th ST. TIIUATKE, Near nth at,
X4j. WESLEY IttlsliNQUESr Sole Maimer
Reserved urcheitra circle and balconv. .Vlo
Every nlght-Matlue.s Weduesday and Saturday.
.K-AtK.S llEBti.03i
And onmpettsnt aupport lu
f ltBJiB IIBAEtlirc,
Or A WUHAN'S IIEVENGE.
CASINO. BROADWAY AND S1ITH 8T.
Evenings at RllS. Matinie Saturday at a
AMERICA'S COOLEST AMUSEMENT RESORT.
CIIASSAIQNE'S MERRT OPERETTA.
THE BRAZILIAN.
pnpri.sii Rttrnl.-rt
CONTINUOUS ROOFUARDEN CONCERT, 7M TO 12 F.M.
Admission 0 cents. Including both entertainments.
BIJOU THEATRE. Broadway, near soth it
Every Night Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Isitli to Mtltn lime Last two weeka,
1SUTH PERFORMANCE JUNE ISTM.
EtL'S.ICI.lL'.S COsl.lIilDIAKS
In the bfitof U rounleal comeUlei,
THE CIT imt-.GT01lY.
(iKNERAL ADMluBION SO CENTS.
BROADWAWTIIfrATRE
ICK FOLD.
Sixth week and continued aucteis of
CASTLES - VSrVVW
Till Ain OFEIIA
Allli. AUt. juj. HOUFFi: CO.
The Popular Comic Opera by Byrne aud Kerker.
Matliieebaturday at 2.
UN!0N"SQUAI!F. TIIEAIItE.
Evenings at a Matinee Saturday at 2
tS. puv way.
VllONY PASTOR'S THEATRE. 14th st
1 GRAND BENEFIT an'.ni.Wit.
to S2Bi:D'E-a:R .V I.LAEE-Xi.
BIO BILL nllKAT VOLUNTEElia
MATIN hi! TODAY AT 2 O C.IIU1
MADISON SQUARKTIIEAIRE! voTT.ail Sat Mai.
Aiiilltorliius Lonlril tiy Iced Air.
UK. j IN I 1SEA17
1CK MAIM. THE NEW
S1A.N.SII 111.11 PLAY I ItllV.M.HFL.
Seats secured two w teks In advance.
YANK. HOE
Jiili',U OMENE.
AFTERNOON. 1.VKN1.MI. EI) F.N Ml'HF.E.
A. eeh, the astounding Chess Automaton, here vet
HC. MINER'S PLOPI.Ii'N THEATRE '
June it. One Week.
I JOHN 1-. I os'. Mat
HARRISON: I SULLlV All. I l'AYM S.STER.
CI RAND OPERA llOl'SB
a Reserved seats, Orchestra Circle and Balconv. .",0c.
'"SatufniV- I BOHEinAN GUIL.
Next w.-ok "Carmen." THE HULL FIOHiKIt
CTAN11ARD THEATRE'.
IjiH I MONEY IU!)
two 75tli performance June 10,
weesa 1 buuvenlr Night
Hit JACOIIS'S 3D AV. THEATRE
' Vanneca Monday Thursday, and Saturday.
A ..KV I QUEEN'S EVIDENCE.
June 10-Flrst production "BRANDED."
LYCEUM THIHTBE." ItrTayVndd st
Kven:nnam 15. Mattuee Saturday at X
ll.ast two nights of I iviu iSUUttes
THE I'ltlVATi: SECRETARY. Ilevleed
THE PRIVATE SECK1.TARY. I Version.
KOSTER & BIALS, "'""" ,nrsaKdvedn"
The Spanish D.nc.ng CARMENClTA.
The Herbert Bros , the Society Daucera the Doll's Fairy.
HARRY KENNEDY'S- THEATRIC.
bth at, opposite Cooper Institute.
JAKE I MCLDOON'S ATHLETIC I WILLIAM
KILRA1N, I AMI SPECIALTY CO. MCLDOON.
Matinee Tues., Thura, and sat. Evening! at H.I5.
TERRACE GARDEN. JSth it, near 3dar.
This eteninr, straun night Strlrtmann In Oypiy
Baron; Saturday, Fledermaus. Concert in the Garden.
jglnnotong, grpue., sr.
PISCSIER rxi-vos.
Largest assortment Upright Ursnd. and Square
Pianos at moderate prices; cash. Installments, and ex
changed. Several bargains In second-hand Pianos,
ditlersnt makers, at low prices.
FlbCHBIt PIANO WAREROOMS
UU 6th ay. cor, mthst. Now York.
GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED. 4o"good
second-hand planoi, prloes KO to lul; payments
m inuiiiii, , -iiw ,. uurixuis. only r-101 terms
4 monthly. Pianos exchanged.
HORACE WATERS CO.,
181 STH AV.
A NUMBER OF UPRHiHT" AND SQUARE 1'IANOS.
varlons leading makea taken In exchange, have
been put iu good order, and will be ofler.d at extremely
low prices forafswdav., cash or installment.
FISCHER PIANO WAREItwOMS,
1 10 5ihuy., corner Hth t
F. CONNEK, 4 Kami ASdKl".""
rjprtcht and square pianos for sale and rent 011 easy
terms of payment; secondhand. VA t'A (Usjupvter'L
17II.E0ANT UPRIOIIT, IIBS; fd monthly; S. Inway
IJ bargain. VISSFER,2Wtand302 fultonst.. I.ruok.yil,
(CI tC(1 fsfifi -New plsiioforles fien' organs.
al,OUUJUU. ni write for catalogue. Ad
drill TIANIEL F. BEATTY. Washlllglou. N.J.
jgitomirticnt.
li. El i rtTi Tuition- private lessoni; clr
C3 M l3 U Ls' cu.ars lu.ilK I HENRY c,
DOBNON, oulv manufacturer or the nutent biiver Bell
Banjo, 1,270 Broadu ay. l.stabllsli.d 1-..7
IJAN.IO INStFsUCTIONS -lata.or- e mailed; fill
I) particulars. EHW4IID DullioN. orches'.ra and
chime banjos, I.42S Broadway, near 4 tvi st
)AN,IO OEOROE Tl'.l'.ll. in ller. teacher: day. eveiv
J J ing. 2 Ar. D, comer Houston st Ladles taught
C1F.RMAN and piano l.ssous given by a lady trad
J atea tu (icrtuany. Addr- ss
' 'lEACIII'.R. I47at72Jst
SWIMMING-taugliM rlvatcly and quickly at Batti
peach. 1- 1. Address
CHAMPION SWIMMHR, box Ml, Son office.
" -TENOUICAIMI V nu 1 Ivpewrltlng.-Sklll lnJ
Inonths at blUB'wa). Dpeivrltllig leksonsfl weekly.
STAMMERING and speech Imp-'diiiii Ills cured. I.t K'.S
schuoljs37B.drurJv, llroukl) n. N. V.
rpiIKEE I .Fli-SONS rn the banjo for J I.
L Mrs. II. MORRIS, 3J4llleecker st. first flat,
rttUsHslmirouo'.
AWNINOsTiFLAOH. AND TENTS Improved stylTof
vuntllatlngawnlngi manufactured cheap nut of th.
I.lvilalid best paltrrnt of awiillig canvas. Ueddlng
i-aiioi,,cs dancing crssh, i-amn und dining chairs and
lablerlulek F. bKI.L'ION, l,3 lliualn v), N. Y.
" A FOM1TIVE FAC I'.-Umbrellasrspalred while
you wait, 10c. up; recovering at low prices, factory
on the premises SMITH'S, 11 Fullon it, up stairs,
branch sture, lot Bast 12oth St.
JJ1LASTI0 8T0CKIN0S, knee caps? ankleis, Iruss.T
abdominal belts, crntch.a shoulder bra-rs Lady
attendaut. HIKER, 30th st. and Broadway.
MASON WORK, plaslsrlng, kiilsninlnlng, flagging,
chimneys, gavlia Irout noops rrtiatreL
W. liiilll ON J7jtei.r,hsL
WANTED To buy Id. nieclniiilcal to,-, tioingto
II th. lair. ' HtKII II tohfl.R, Kuclne, Wi.
gjmriug raafmltjti.
OrS!.Wi ",i"K'V-Thorough school for danclr7f7
WALTAtanghtratddlyiolrciilara
KNICKKKBOU-EB CONSERVATORY. 44 Wait 14th It
-.fOlil !"to'tit'.
C.l'NTY CI.FPK S OFFH I. M-it I 0' NTV Col RT
'' -.. M V' .'s, '.Nil., ..
1'iih.lo notice U herstiy wlvui. that "ti the iOth Inst
the lolloultig Jurors will lc ilranu for ie Courl ot
tleiieral s-.ssions. Parti., to be held In and fur the city
and cuunty of New York on the 7th 1 rox., to wit
One panel of one hundred trial Jurore and one rand
of (Utf rami Jurors for said court
BIMVAUU r. ItElLLY, County Clsrk.
Wmt's tlio uso smuggling, whon Jm
horo aro better clothes thnn tuo Kng-
lish tfiilora raako? Equal in quality A
of cloth, Btiporior in stylo, flnitiu, and m
fit. As low or lower in price. Bo H
causo 0110 is "custom" tho othor m
"roady-mndo" argues nothing. jl
Wo printed recently a booklot on- m
titled " Tho needful outfit for ft Tour-
ist " (a copy froo to whoever writoa
for it) in which wo state : m
The pricea named are those ailed for articles of
strictly lervlceablo quality. We have lower and higher U
coil goods, but these are considered our bsst values for jfl
all reasonablo uses, and we shall be quite content to B
submit the articles to a comparison of cost with any m
thing of equal merit fonud abroad. ffl
Wo havo a numhor of foreign cus- m.
tomors; ono family with several boya S
residing in Europo souds us orders If
regularly for all their clothing. m
ROGERS, PEET & CO. I
Tlinnn ) Prlnea, m
BR()ADWA.YjW'arren. (J,
STORES. 1 lid it U
ONLY SO CENTS &$&&& 1
avnt with rour order u a truaraiv Jnllrw3rv K3
Ue of good faith .sail we require. Wjfe. "w ia)
thebttj-nceitAOO) roucanptxjr at UV.' VK t
the eipMrniomce after you lrr?rVNS Hi)
have uxamtned the watch. rVLMnJSvi5jii ''Vi
and ax eouvlnoed of Us fZfjMi I jOvNwfcPWri fts-i
'iow herrUa ipniitlf.ilTriTAMr' if Xa3a9iW rftf
i u, humu tiuu)i klVm 1 vKgiaS MO
nl at.d,e.hell tut tern watch pKwvQ I iiffi'ffififj $
lniHna'orBrnnt'Hti(, JWlir(J3rO Jfifi
ItU huntlnccet jowcltid cVVvAW-a CVliw tic
eer movement, warrant' pj. Vffil.i' SJi
odforftynais. lucnn-TiuiE 't???$&fert$&mirr. K
thla watch you lll av BSWyfflk61 mi
thecredltnf ownlmrnaioo WtrrHra .Ti
ollfl(.aldVatrlitaii(l V-tpQa)J ftV
forimliijuttiuidfrtrnble TTo tenft t.Iatt.autifiilTTatch K,
oy.Wwwrod mall. pojtpaM, for only iitA.rOnndlnclu(!o j
1 Vtlt pne,KOld plated oluilii. or, If uu vi.h toa"etb m
i- hefownaylnforlt.BpniI.Wentf and we rrlllaeni SX
II .UJ txprrM ip.Ii , with prlTllt-KP of etanilnntlon at the
eiprt ofllce IWore iwyln. Auy br.ri,iiewpereror l
oomrnemil aa-en-y t.i teirynu wo ur a nponniUt
to&sa?fflRyi stv.ftgffigjg-ah ?? J
"roi3ert:.Tee.
10x12 portrait of It. E. Lee. Kqi.e-trian fitntue, with J
the old ( oiifeilerate daB. na rtpptjirrd nn the da ofun '
vellttnf, uent to auy aJUresH in sipaid on receipt of 3 '
CiiUta. LA KAYt.lTh MAM, J
Maaontc build in jr. ItUhmoud. Ya. ,o
" f orjalc. J
11LACK X'UIDAY. 'j'
I P p per lio .
FINEST QIALITY MAINE ICF. clear, sound, nnd jX'
IHihcbea thick., welgbtd over the scales to all romera J I'
atdeput and storehouse foot 4ad sl, hast River. (a. i
DIAMOND ICE AM) TilANil'OHl ATIO.'I CO., Sl
qk RI Kl.lt. Ill J'ark plaoa. -y
SECOND HAND Belgian paving blocks for s t'e. If a
It L. ANDERTON, Jr., I.H43 d at. ft J
Srntijittij. 1 1
MOBEMAlf, I
ijj:ntisT. K
fiOS, r.O Od Av.. H. AV. corner tUlhHt. 11
Dlt RUSSELL. 41 Canal sl, comer 1lrdaou,repa!ra yi
broken plates while waiting, eltstant set.5 up; ex- fa
tractiug'Joc; childreulfic . gasui'i-.. uocliarge If plates 1?
are Inserted; work warrunted. iwaeopa, J
DR. WM. RYAN, Dentist, i'ui Ea.t M'.h at., formerly Fli
Anderson A ltau. tlrsl class uiu'.iury. uioderat. 4,1,
Fr' . iiJtA
DR. FDLLEIl EXTRACTS TFhTII without pain. 30a. (fiU
Setoup I'arlors, 74 Varlckst. cor. Canal st 'fi I
FINESt'oOLD FILLINGS 7( up; beautiful sets. Ct. f)
10,(15; gas; satisfaction guaranteed. I
DR. DRAFEIt aaoctlmr.87that H
OiA AND ft BE"t3 OF ThTllTII wliTle waiting; day i
VJ- evening. Dr. CLARE, 3S7Sth av. and aathst .5 ,
"" audical. '.
ATTENTION I '
has dstotsd bis time for many years to the exclusive I
treatment of dlsiases or men from whatever cans. (TV
arising HLOOH nlol SKIN diseases, red spots, pain la ,
bones, sore thru.it end inou.h. blotches and eruption. I';
ou tbe skin, uloera, palu(ul saell'iig, Ac II1
KlDNEi ami I'HINARV complaint irritation, scald- ,
lng. inflammation, frequent Inclination to urinate, la- 11
feotluuj diSbbarges gleet str,cluro. and kindred affeo- P
lions. f
OKOANIO WEAKNESS, nervous debility, impaired ft
memory, mental auxk-ty. absence of will power, lost V
vitality, melancholy, involuntary vital losses, weak fi
uses, uu uiucr ui.Dni-i Driititii.i tiuin o.cd.i.s, tiiui,- fe
cretlon, or oseruork, recent or ol-l, epeedlly, llioroughj. fj
ly, and peruianoutiy cured. All lingering, chronlo die- u
eases successfully treated A long and euenslve prao- S
ttcal experience enables the Doctor to apply the proper
treatment at ouco without tin, lee experlmsnta, thue
attug (he patient much time and expense. l
orrici- over tj:n yuarh
at
171 West ISth st, between ctli and 7th avs. Consaltav
Hon free. Huurs. li loti. undays, tto4.
AFFLICTED -DR. IIRF.Y. the specialist for all die
easei of men, whatever the cause, recent or .Id,
Bl.ooii poiton, sore tl ro.u vr mouth. SKIN eruptions,
biotoias and colored spots, painful swellings, KIDNEY m
and IILAIHil.ltdl.ta.es. irritation scalding, inflainma- 6)
tlon. frequentdeuro 10 urlnute. ulstlnate ulcsra Inteo- IV
tlousillscharges gleet etrlcllirc ueakuess, Nr.RVOUil
Jil.llll.ITV. errors of youth, tal dreams, lost vitality 1
from excesses. Indiscretion or uverwurk; any speolal ',.
complaint, recent or old, either neglected or havlnc IB
been carelessly treated e'sewhere. from a long and
large cupel leuce in this direction am able to speedily 3
and permanently our. the most anxious sutf.reri Cl
charges moderate, advice free private office, IJOEaii iW.
17U it. near 41h av.t bonis u to u. vj9 '
ALL SECRET AND PRIVATE DISEASES of men (3 f
cured In a few days by a nsw mode of treatment 151,
No charge unless cgri'd Also fore throat and tongne,
pimples, ulcors. diseused bonea gltet, strlctura btoo4 jfi
polsonlug, skin dliease-v kidney and bladder alio youth- vf.
rul errurs, nervous debility, ileal, back bad dreams, ,'(
lowness of spirits, weaktirss of lodyand mind; lost If,
vigor aud manhood restored, sorter nn longer; cure 1 M
certain. I guarantee a quick and sure cure. Bsar In VJ,
mind practrco makes perfect! lu.usituredjearly. Suf. Sj
ferers trow bad advice should consult me Ho not ba tfl
Infltiencecr tin to the fountain head. Dr. I1AITX t
HeJIcal Institute, Haliait IHih St.. Dear Udar. iAX
AFTER ALL OTHERS FAIL, ooniult DR. BONBOntJU, iW
411 Wist 'Jltli it, New York s leading iprclalttlfpf iV.
dlieasit of nielli blood iioltona uicirs snelllngs. dli 1.1'
charges, gleet, stricture, nerwius debility, lost vigoTi iJt
aldn.y, bladder, and sliti diseases. Science and skill SJ-ill,
only, no patent remedies tr io culled only methods, K1
Dangerous and long-standlug care, soli, lied; reoenl TA9
cans, 4 tu If days. Hours, u in a. 7 to li, etiudsys till I IB.'1
THE IIOMlMEiATI0HyOMPANY Lfj
bai opened parlors altvt dth av., naar 14th it, forth. a'ta
Surprise of showing thsir new and elegant toilet preis Sx
rations. ml"7
InforiiistloD furnished regarding the propir treatment "t.fi'S
oMhesklu 'B
AT LAST! at 'at ' certain oure guaranteed; prltat. I Sri,'
illleaiss gleet, stricllir" cured In live da)s; ex I 'V
Icnilvu hu-pltul oxperltiuu ailvicofr'e T.rini rsa- I LJT1
tunable Either sex. Ill last i"th si. neirfldat, aid
A ifllTAIN I'ICi: .ur heada 'ie. dlnaVeTl? SS
the skin, chest, heart stomach, liter kidneys, and blade f
der. Bruughton'sltivDioraiiugbyrup 'J'c Uin'etitlhst. '4U
A -MRS KABOII midwife, takes ladlel'ioa'rTani Jl '
sjonIliiemeut. Infants adopted. l,t) Ist at , B4 st 1 i
Dlt. I'ONRAliT LAiMESM'HVSIblAN Ladles may j,
consult inn In pirfect contldence on all snblectsot '
a prlvato or Uollcnte nature i-cience and skill onlyi i
poiliivo relief priv.tte sanltaruio. lend stamp for , J
book. Huurs.B-11 aml4-K 3n t.st83d st , Js
Dlt. HAWK Kits tt est ISth s' et leadlngspeMsJ 'Kf. ,
1st: quickest -.ires or no ci.,, after all other. 'Sri;
fall u.Kiat rsme.ies we'll, m, ,i al, ce free, OtoU. P 1
I O.-T lli.uii M'.STMllEIi.-lii.MuratlugplllsJIper f Ij
Jj box. 4 fUr e.i dr ih.hwn'. r u b" i 3,bjJ; Hoe- t W
tun, ( s. By mail, securs Irom ohienatlou. '!
MRS. sciIRUhDEH. expe'rie'noed'tnldwlfa, board
ladles In prnate bousu during cuuism.nti In-
fauts adopted. 3IH East Sth st ' A
RB ROSNER, expert midwifery "andTetnaTe con
ill Plaints J,1) years' experience, buudtladJssdarlu-
ccuaueuieiit. "141 East b'lh sl, " ,j
Vy ?.':-, ,:!,',": '.'v nill""AF. i
lllfsl Asm, l' W,t l.'il s- l.u.s.-.V.-j iWJf
I'M Ociiitii Lrinarj Dlitases .,s. laity, PJk
QUICK ITItr B Experienced plil'lolsn." Drugstore ' V3
cur. Mulberry and l'ark us , charge medlolii. uniy. -I
Oy?,A,us',rl5,l,!,'-I''''I,tl'0ITONoors gsnsral F
Wdsblliy.w.akneiadUeaj.soflhssklrsTehirnearC , .1
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