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SIOBPOBATION ?Q?m -l*U liUO ?<y fio* lb tIBKE*
1 by given, to thn oww0g or owners, oeoupant or occupants,
all houses *n d I'M. irtfcuved ?runi. a proved lands, a (Tool
??d thereby, that the follewlnr tfB*aa*ent* ha>e b*?a eomple
U1 by tfce ?**???<??, and are lodged Id theofteeof tlie Bureau
of AimiBwito Ut examination by all per*ona interested,
win.:? for building a sewer In Thirty <ev?nth street, between
BUdleon and Fourth avenues. Tbe limit* ocioraesd by such
assessment iii' lude i.U the several hcut?e and lot* of ground,
wacart lotn, pic. >?? and paroels of iana. situated on both aides
t?f Thirtv *ove.ith ? trout from Fourth to Madico.-. a venae, on
Che eaetside of Madison avenue, 9H feel 9 Inohoa north, and
8B feot 10 inohes south from Thirtv-aavanl h street. All per
aona whose inleri?U ase affected by tha above named anjees
1 taenia, and who are opposed to the same, or ofther of them,
?re requested to preeent their objections, In wri4r.g, to the
nadersuued, at their office, No. 4 llall of Records, within
tk rty lay* fro-,' the date of tbie notice.
WILLIAM UaUK. J
CHARLES J. I). -DUB, > Assessor*.
CUARLEft SfoNIBLL. J
Office B Brian at /Lurumonts, 3tr?et Department, Not. 11,
vat.
flOKPOBATION NOTICB.? PUBLIC NOTIOB 13 HCKk
V by (Wen, to the owner or owner*, oceap?ut or occupants
?fall hnisss and lets, lis proved or onim proved lands, ascot
?d thereby, that the following assess aouts have been oo m
?rletod by the assssaors, and are lodged in the efftee of tho
BataM af Aaeeasmenta, for examination by all pereons in
(araatod, via. Jo* paving, sottinx curb and gutter, and
Bagging Thirty third street, from Thlru avenue to Bast river.
Tt* limit* embraoed by *a*h ass jsem-jnt inoladc all the
aoveral hoose* aud lote of ground. vacant lots, pieces and
hr-'r of land, situated on both sides of Thirty-third etreot,
from * ink to Tiilrd avenue, and on the west sidu of Klrai
ft venae, SB feet STnche* ?ojrt!' and south from Thirty-third
All pereons w> ose lnterdlti i."? affected by the above
. assou meats, and who are cppMBo Jo the sane, or
of then, are requested to present their objeonias, in
Writing, to the underlined, At their oiBoe, No 4 Hall Of Be
#erd?, with is tblxty dy ? from the da to of this notloe.
WILLIAM 0 Alia 1
SSA5i^2 i* DODOB, > Assessor*.
CHABLBS HoNIF.LL, )
Otfloe Bursas of Asierrnrats, Strool Department, Novein
kr 19, 1883.
COBPOBATION NOTICft. ? PCBMO NOTIOB 18
hereby given to tho owner or owners, occupant or ooeu
paate of all houses ana lot*. Unproved au J unimproved land*
Effected thereby, that tbe folic wing a;u segments have been
?ompleted by ?bo assssaors, and are lod^d in the office of
the Bureau of Arsoitmants for examihatton by all persons
Interested, via.:? For buiWing a sewer in Fourth itreet, ftom
Troy street to Jans. The limits embraced by *uoh assess
Ikent include all the several houses and lots of ground, va
sant lota, pieces sad paroola of land, situated oa both sides
?f fourth street, from Troy street to Jun*. en the south side
?f Jane Itreet. 3W feet west from Fourth street, and on thi
Wast sida of Bighth avenue, 80 fact south frem Jane strtet.
All persons whose interests arc affeotod by the abeve named
Assessments, and who are erpoand to the same, er either of
them, are requested to present their objeetions, in writing,
to the undersigned, at their otftce. No. 4 Hall of Beoords,
Within thirty {ay* from the date of this uotioe.
WILLIAM GAG P. >
CHARLK8J. CO DO K, > Assessor*.
CilARLBS MoN KILL, )
Office damn of Assessments, Street jepartmsBt, Nov.
19. mffl.
COBPOBATfON NOTICB. ? PUBLIC NOTIOB IS
hereby givm to the owner or owner* occupant or oeou
?anta of all uooses and lots, improved or unimproved lands,
?Ifeeted thereby, that tho following assessment* hare boon
?ompleted by the Assessors, and are lodged in the office it
the Bureau of Assessments for examination by all persons
tn tores tod, vii? For building a cower in F^rty-iirss stroet,
from the eewer in Eighth avenue to near rfUtU avunue. The
limits embraced by such aasocsmsnt, include all th* sovernl
bouse* and lota of ground, vacant lots, pieces aid parctls ol
land, situated on both sides of Forty- -irat street, from
(Sixth to the Eit,r.th avonue; en both u'dos of Broadway, li
JTorty-seoocd strtet to a paiut eighty tee; south from Forty
jtirst stioet; e:i both siaus of Seventl. avoaue, ftom Furty
loccond street to * poir.t twenty-four foet s >uth from Vortf
~r*t street A!i i'orsoas waoco inter-)et3 are affeotid by the
_oove named ??.. fMtoentj and who ara cppojcd to tho samo,
?r either of t.'.nm, ?? rcquestod to present, their cbjoc'.io ts in
Writing, tu the vuder signed, ut their olft.'e. No 4 llall ef Re
?ord*. wlthitt ti'irty d^.ye from the dat of tLia uotioe.
WILLIAN GAGE, )
Cli AKLK3 J. l>OX>G K, S Assess?r*k
l.HAKLLS UcNIBLL. >
Office Batjau of Assessments, btreet l)u;)artment, Nsvem
bar 11. 1858.
#10BPOKATION NOTICB. ? PUBLIC NOTICB IS
^ hercbs rflvonto tl e owner or owners, ?ccupant ar eocu
|> ants of all Louses aud lots, improved or unimproved lauds,
?looted thereby, that the following aeiofstemts have be?a
?ompleted by trio a;sessors, and a-? lodged in the offioe of
the Bureau of Awrcmcnts, for exatnination by all person*
Jtaterested, vir?'-or buildiujr * fewer in Hammond street,
Ifrom Greenwich aveuuo to tiie rindson river. I \ e Lininnta
?braced by such r.?e>.ssmont, inolude all une an vera! h <u3cs and
Ibct* of {round, vacant lots, pieoes and parcels olland, situat
Ljd on both sides of liammond s.roet, from i)re?nwioh
Kvenue to liudsou river, on the west si le of Faotory Btrcol,
pig feet south from Hamiuond street, und north to Bank
Street, on both eid ci of Fourth street and 11H ioet south and
B6 feet north from Hsmmoud stre<t, . n both fides of Grcen
ich street, i'l feet north from llamraind atr 'ot, on the
latside of Washington street, 5-J fro) south ftom Uam.
__iond street, on t'uo i-sat side of VV'jflt street, ?rol> Perry, to a
Eoint 122 foet north from liiramonil (treat. All persons,
(whose interests are vfteotod by tho above name! aacessmcnte,
?Mdwhoare opposed te the same, or either of them, are re
Euosted to present their objootioun, in writing, to the nndez
ugaed, at their ofiloo. No. 4 Kail of Beoords, within thirty
Mays from the date oi this notice.
^ WILLIAM GAGE, 1 .
CUARLEH J. IKiDGE, > Assessor*.
CHARLES NcNlELL, )
Offiae Bureau of Assesouient*, btreot Department, Novem
sr 21. 18(0.
Ln0RF0RA.?():. notice.? public notice is hers
Kj by given, tv the owner or owner*. occupant ur occupant*,
lof all houses aud lots. improTed or unimproved labda efTeot
bd thereby, that the following assee.nneuta have been com
fcUtod by the aaso<eore, and ara lodged In tha office of the
Bureau of As?o.iqinent?, for examiuatbn, by all persons in
?tesested, vl*:? For building a sewer in Filth street, from avc
ue A to First OT?nue. The limit* embraced by such a la
tent include >11 the several houses and lota of ground,
?vacant lota, pieoea and pareela ef land, situated en both
bide* of Filth atreet from avenue A to teooad avenue, on
?the ee*t aide of Second avenue 97 feet north and 21 feet
booth (from Tilth atreet, oa the wont aide of Fioet avenue
?Tom Fourth to 1 ifth atreet. All peraoua whose iutereata are
b fleeted by tho above named a#sesame*t*, and who are op
boaad to tie aame, or eithor of tl.em, are requested to present
Kheir objections, in writing to the undersigned, at their office,
?No. 4 Ball ot Reeorda, within thirty dnye from the date of this
Eotic*. WILLI AH oau?, t
CHARLES J. TiQjJU K, S Aaiaaaora.
CHARLES HuNIEIjL, )
Offiaa Bureau of A**e*?monta, Street Department, Novem
ber 22, 1855.
10RP0R AT I ( >N NOTICE.? DEPARTMENT OP RE
palra and Supplies, Nov. 22, 1H63.? To builder*. ? Scaled
poaala will be reoeivad at the office of the Commiasiener of
aln and Suppli**, No. 1 New City Bail, until Saturday,
amber 8, l&xi, at 12 o'clock, H , at whioh time they will
opened. In accordance with the amended chartcr of 186.1,
'or tie bnlld'nr of shed* around Centre Market ; also all the
riumbing work for the Seventeenth ward atation homo,
Situated on thci corner of Firat avenue and Fifth atreet. The
blana and spoeiiications of tho work required to be done on
She above, and ail Information In regard thereto, can be had
tt the offlca of the Superintendent of Pnblle Buildings, No.
'4 Lndlow atrci t. Blank ettimat a ean be had at either
bffiee. Also (or the building of a Are engino lor the eorpora
Mpn of tin oity of New York, for the uae of Engine Con puny
pTo, 2V. The plena and apecifioation of tlio work required to
i done, and a 11 information in regard thereto, oaa be had &t
phe office ot the Chief Engineer, No. A Elisabeth atreet
blank catimat o.i oan be had at either place. N. B. ? The
fcommlaaiouer ruaorve* the right to reject all or any ot the
batimatca, if leemod for the intorest of the corporation.
BARTHOLOMEW B. PURDT,
Commissioner of Repair* and SuppUe*.
K0RP0RAT10N NOTICE.? PU BLIC NOTICE IS
hereby given; to the owaer or owaer*, o icupact or eecu
pants of aU hounas and lota, improved or unimproved lands,
kffeeted theroby, that the following asteaameuts have been
templet: d by the Aaaeaaorf, and aro lodged in the offioe of
the Buroau of Aaaeaamonta, for oxamln ttion by all persona
intonated, vii. Flagging the woaterly aldewalk of Firat
kvenue, bet wee;. Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth atreets.
rhe limits embraced by rach assessment. inolude all the
MTeral houees and lot* ef gfjnnd, vacant lota, pieoea and
[?areola of laud. aituaUd on the west aide of Firat avenae
>ns Twenty eighth atreet to a point S3 feet 9 inohea north
?reef. All persona whoae Interests are affected by the
ore named aaseoamenta, and who are enposr.d to the aame,
either of them, are rouueatcd to present their objeationa,
_? writing, te the undersigned, at their < 91 le, No 4 II ail oi
Keeorda, within thirty 4ayt front the dale of thia notice.
WILLI AH O AUA, )
CHARLES J. LODGE, > AaaeMor*.
CHARLES MoNlELL, )
Offiae Bureau of Aaaesamenta, Street Department, No rem
ir 26, 18M
If CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS IIRRE
?L/ by giyen to the owner or ownera, ooeupant or ooeupante
pi all house* and lota, improved or unimproved la id*. affeot
thereby, that the following aaaeimenta have been somple
L by the aeeeaaora.and are lodged in the office of the hureeu
? aaaanieuta, for examination by all peraona lntcreatc 1,
ia.:? Flagging the aoutherty aldewalk ol Fourteenth atreet,
Between Second and Third avenue*. The llmita embraced by
?neh aaaesament include aU the tevcral houaea and lota of
?round, vacant Iota, piece* and pareela of land, aituated on
Month aide ot Fourteenth atreet, from Third avenue te a point
a# feet ? inchea eaat. Al. persona, whoae Interest* are
Teetedbythe above named aaseasmcnta, and who are op
>*ed to tlio aame, or cither ef them, are repeated to present
leir objsctiont in writing to the unde.-signed at their offioe,
_ o. 4 Ball of Record*, within thirty dav? from the date of
Plhia notioe. H'ILLIam cauS, j
CIlARLE i J. D0 0C1E, > Asaesacrv
CHAhLKS MnN I h LL, )
Offioe Bureau of Aaaeaamenta, 8tre?t Department, Nov.
I. IBM.
? CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS BERK
J by given to the ownor or owners, occupant or cocupant?
f all nouses and lota, improved or unimproved lands, af
eoted tber*hy, that the following at<e?naientq hare b?:n
jompletad by the Aaecsaora, and are lodged in tlie office of
Me Bureau ef Aaaessmenta for examination by all persons ii
erested, vlv For building a lewir iu Firet ateoot, trom avc
_ae A to Bowery, and through the bowery to ne^r Second
?treat. The liraita embraced by auoh asseisment lncludo all
|he aeveral houaea and lot* of gr vuud, vacant lota, pieoea and
?reela of land lituated on both sidea cf Firat atreet, from
venae A to t o Bowery; on both ?llf* of First avtnue from
onaton to twenty-live feet nert'i of l'i-st atreet; on both
_-dea ef Setont! ivenue, from Uouc^n street to one hundred
Beet north of Firat atdet; on the eaat side of the Huwery,
en Houston to Second atreet; en tbe west aide of the How
7, flea Uouiton to Bloeoker atreet; on the north fide if
__?n*ton atreet, from lllzabeth str.et, to tlte Bowery, on the
South aide of l>le?oker atreet, from Howerj to a point 11? feat
? inehaa wtat oi the Beweiy. All persons whoae intereati are
Bfhetedby the above named Mac^aui.-ata, and who are op.
?d to the same, or eithor ef them, are rntaeatod to prorent
lelr objections in writing to the underftgued at their office,
o 4 llall ot Keeorda, within thirty day* bom tlie date ol
ii* notioe WILLIAM UAt.K, i
CHAKLLS J. Lo JC.E, > Asseiior*.
CHARLES McMBi.L, >
Offioe Bureau ot AaatMmenta, fctreet Department Not. 28,
InORPOR ATION NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERE
J by given, that petlUona have been preaented in ah*
PI of Aldonnen for tlio conatruotion of sewera in th* fil
I named streets, to wit: in Amos struct from Fourth
to Greenwich avenne; also in Mulberry street,
in the proposed *ewc.r in litit.r atr*?t, to a
int 211 feet *outb of Heater atreet; als>, la Livlngaton
laee, between Sixteenth find geventoenth atresta ; and, alao,
? Twenty second street, from the stiver in that street, near
?be weaterly *id* of Second avenue, to the aewer near tr.e
Baaterly aloe of Scoond avtnue. Aad in the Board of Aaila
?anta, for aawem in the following named at roe te, to wi; : In
? orty-loartli *tr*et, from leuth to Klercatn avca;io, and
?trough Eleventh avenuo to Forty saeosd street; alto, in
?tereor atret, from Prince te Uou?t.>u street; and, al-o. In
?lift atraet. from Fourth aronue, to and ttrough 'Jhird
.vanae, te the aawer lu U'2d street All persona interested in
*i0 above, and baviiiK otijeotlons thereto, are roinedtvd t*
?reaent the e?me in v. rlting, to the Cuntruot Clerk, at tbi*
|fete, on or beloro December 8, IH6S.
TUEO. R. VR FOKKBST,
Ac.iog President, Croten A^nedact
A.W.CRAVEN, Board.
Clilel' Engineer, I
Cteton Aqaednet Departneut, Nov. V8,18u3.
brun DEPARTM RNT. NO 4 HAI.L OF RECORDS.
D Baalod nraooaals will V? r?*eiv?4 nt this offioe nntlt
? n??*i*y, 8th Deoefche-nea, at 12', o'uloek, P. M., to pave
?M Ml OWk Md gntter C.idoi In Fi/ht street, from Lewis
??!?*? to Eaat rl??r. dp 'fMeV.i ??? lai '.a npf.lloatiua
?* Jb* waliMi aierfe ot tne v itm? ,*.
| Ctau. JAMM c tart OoffialdlMuc.
oovokatiui aoriom.
CORPORATION MOTIClt. - bKPAKTHCMT Of R|
?alr? and SappllM. lovembur W, IbftS ?To Contractors.
? Sealed propoH.li will bo received at the eflloe ol I fie Ova
missioner of Repairs and Snpplie*. Nc 1 Maw v ity Ball, uu
til Friday, Dee u>or V. I at U o'cUek M., for kej.int all
the pavemeat* ia the city and oouuty of New Fork in good
order aud repair, for tha t rm of ona year, (excepting bat
rortioa of the city whore ral'nad companies are obligated
i pMtiilly keep in repair,) a oopy of whieh will ba fount
attached.
The contractor will be retired, wt-tn rnn'aaiag old oobbla
?*ca? with saw, U f urn lab the Tory beat kind of eobblaateaa,
of t.he law aiaa, and in all tiwi the very beet otiaraatarof
?harp aand. The oontraotor will alio keep all tbe bridge
walk* aad gutter* in ?' o? repair, and, trboo required, to fur
? iah new atone for bridjet a d gutters, to be of the vary beat
> orth river atone, aad to oonf u m to tha law aiaa I ? eaaea
whero block pavement ia laid, and they shonld reinlre re
pairing, the contractor will be obliged to substitute tha a a ma
quality of at' ne a? be may find, to oe out to a proi?.>r shape,
ao u ro correspond with (aid block pavement. And nil rub
biah and rofnsed ttnne to be removed Irom tha street by the
contractor as fait as it may accumulate.
.? t'ommk.iuner *! Repair) and tiuppll' ? reserves tha
right that in case of any delinquency or needless delay on
tue part.of such contract )r, to liar* tne work perform m, and
ofducttbe cost ef theaamefrom any moneys that maybe
?tie laid contractor at the time, or any time thereafter, from
the corporation, in relation t? inla work; and if there is
not sufficient to oovsr said expense, then to resort to their
aecuntUa.
The city will be divided Into two districts, denominated the
Xastem and Western districts.
The Eastern district will comprise nil that port'on of the
city lying cast of Whitehall street, aud including Whitehall
street; all that portion lying ea?t of Broadway, to Union
square, and including Broadway to Union eqnare; all that
portion of Fourteenth st-eot from the western side of Br *ad
way to Fourth avenue; all that portion east ot Fourth avenua,
ana including the Fourth urbane to its termination.
The Western district wi 1 comprise all that portion of tho
city lying west ef Whitehall atroet, Broadway and Fourth
avenue, excepting that portion around Union square, as
mentioned in tho above artiolo relating to tho Rastero di*
trie r.
Contractors will estimate for each district separately.
Contractor) will bo required, in their oatimates, to furnish
securities, who shall, at the time of (igniug the oontraot,
(wear that tbey are individually worth, in freehold property,
double tbo amount of the hid ot sail contractor. Toe juc
eerafal bidder will be roquired to sign the oontract and fur
nish hia seenritie* within twonty-four hours after it in aicor
tfincd. Bald contract, however, will be subject to tho con
firmation ef the Common Counoii, aud tho approval of hi*
lienor the Mayor. Tbe contractor will bo required to com
menco tho work immediately upon tho receipt of said contir
?nation and approval, whiou will be given htm olftoiatly front
tLe oluoa oi tho CouimiheionT of Repair* and tupplie*.
liie oontract to date from the day of such cosninenoem-ut,
at J to continue in full force for one year, or to the satae date
in tbo same xaoi.th in tho year 1WH. The ooinmissioner also
r itrves the right to appoint all thn inspectors on said work,
hut at no cost to the contraotor. Tho whole of sai 1 work to
^e uncer the general supervision of the^uperlntendent of
i'svemeuta. Tbo Commissioner of Repairs and Supplies also
i curves tho right to loiect all or any of said estimates, if
deemed for the Inter* st of the oitv.
B. B. PURDY, Commissioner of Repairs and Supplies.
All information rcevoctiag the same ean be obtained by
calling at tbe oi&ite of the Commissioner of Repairs aad Sub
pli".s, Wo. 1 Mew City Ball.
Covenants in agreement with different railroad companies,
in relation to keeping streets in repair, through which their
tracks are laid in the city of New fork
SECOND AVKlfl'B H All. ROAD.
" Provided, however, that all ?ko said rails shall bo laid
down In suoh manner, and in such parts of tho sail streets
r.rd uvenncs as shall he approved by tho Stroet Commissioner,
to as to cause no imTOiliment to the oommon and ordinary
ujj cf the street* and avenue* for all other purposes ; and
that the water oouisci of the streets shall be left .ree and un
obstructed, aud that the said company shall pavo the streets
in an. I about the rail* in a permanent manner, and keep the
snrr.c in repair, to tbe entire i<*tisl action of said Street Com
missioner." Agreement dctol December 13th, ISO.').
THIS I) AVB!.NIIK ItAII.ROAb.
" Such track or tracks to be laid under the direction of the
I- iet Commissioner, si)d on such grades as are now estab
lished, or may hereafter bo establishod by the Common
CouloII The said parties to become bound in a sat&oiimt
penalty to keop in good rapair the space imide t&e tracke,
and & space two feet each side of tbu sar.e, of cacli strujt in
whicii the rail* ar> laid." Ap^ocment dated January 1st. WM.
B.'XTH AVIfNCJt RAILROAD.
" 5ur h track or tracks to le lai?i under the direction of tho
Street Cobiii issioner, tit.d on eurli i>radeu as ?ro now estab
litihed, or may herc.i ter be established by the Com uoa
Conijoil, the said partes to hecomo b<iund In a eaflloiint
p baity to keep in good rrpair the space betweou the traik
and the spa'ao outcido the K&mo ?n either side, of at least
sight fact in width, of each street In which the rails are laid "
" Also, that the foundation on oaoh side ot the rails shall bo
pkved with square grooved blnoks of st* ne. similar to the Kuss
pavement, as lamp as I'Uly-fim stroot." Agreement dated
September Oth, lts">l
?uohth Avrrti'r RAii.ROAn.
Fame an Sixth Avenue hailroad. Agreement dated Sep
UiatcrCth, li>Sl.
HSmROK ItlVKR R Alt.ItO Alt.
"To grade, regelate, pave, and keep in repair, a space
twenty Ave ieet in width, in and about the traoK*, in r.li tiio
avtnncs and strtets through which the said track or. track*
el. all be laid, wiiCDCver the Common ConncU shall decra the
iuti rest oi tho public to rcqtiiru Buch pftvoiuent to be dons "
"baid company wil!, r t their own cost, construct stone
tii'V.os norcsB such of the streets intersected by the said
railroad, as may bv tbe elevation of their grade? above the
ourftic* if sold toao, roq^irs to be arched or bridged, when
ever in the opinion of tec Common Council the same shall b*
necessary."
"Also, that tho laid company will make inch , embank
ments or excavations as the Common Council may djotn
utresaary, to render tho pa;>?9;e over the said ritilroad and
rmbankmr.nt at the oross streets easy ai d convenient for all
pi rpoecB to whi^h elrcou and roads aro usually pnt "
"Will also make, at tbelr own cost and charge, all saoh
Jrains and sewers ar their embankmonts or excavations may
in tLe opinion of tho Couumon Counoil render necessary."
Agreement dated Augsst l'Jth, 1847.
HAKI.i-M RAII.ROAD.
"Shsll pare the streets in and about the rail*. In a aat!?
factory manner, anil k?op tho width of twenty feet of Bald
psvitig, including the ra Is, in good repair at all times during
t! o continnanoe of tiibir use thereof. Agreement dated
'Jr. j 18th, 1832, cxtendiuc Barlem Railroad fr>m Twenty
tli -rd to Prinee street.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? IN COMPLIANCE WITH A
) resolution of t!?e Cumsion Council of ths city of Now
VrrV, notloe i: horet j Riven that prop >?>!< will bo received
([< o: reap )? ib'e t, > uontrn :t for the removal of night
soil from the several piovj or places ami ay the scavengers
of ti e city ai dumping p'ae?3, 1 i or beyonil the mid channel
c< the Emt or the lJudso n rivore ; the term of nuch tontraot
to be and continue lor threo years, and tie removal to be el
fected fcf the moan* of tight covered boats or barrel, so oon
ttructcd its to allow the teccption of the nij it soil by-a co
vered slide, shoot or Inclined plane, and in such maaner aa
to prevent atl offenoe rr nuisanoo. Three piera on each? the
Kant and Hudson riven? will be usad for the purpose, and
tho bo' .ts or barges nf the party or parties contracting f r re
moving the niglit soil w ill be required to be at the several
piers for the reception of the same from eleven o'olook in the
evening till fouro'clook in th- morning, from thet'rat day oi
il?r to the last day of Mpterabsr. and iroin ten o'clock in the
ev -ning till seven in ths morning daring the remainder of the
ye?r. Proposals trust be mado in atrict ac ordauoe with
it. tion* No. 497, 4.r?S and 4'.)9 of Title 3 of the ordinances "re
lating to contract* for supplies and works done for the cor
poration," and tnc need >u a sealed envelope, endorsed
?'Propesals for removing ni^ht soil from the etty of New
York.''? whtoh eball a'so be eacloaed in a scaled envelope, di
rected to Thomas K Downing, CHy Inspector, at the City In
el ector's offiee, New City Hall, buoh proposals or estimates
trust state in plain ana explicit terms the nnmber and caoa
eity and peculiarity of construction? adapting the aamo for
tlie purpose for winch they are to bo used? of the l>oata or
barges to be engaged in effecting tba removal ; also, the
amount or sum, payable monthly, for whioh the aaid work
will be performed by the party or parties making the pro
posal, the work to b? done nnder th' superiutondeuco of the
C'itv Inspector. The amount of security required for the
faithful execution and ptrfovjuanoo of the contract wi'l be
tic sum of Ave thousand d >llars. The p^vtoioss of Title 3,
"of eon'racis for supplies and work dane for the corpora
tion, of tb* amended ordinances " p -S'eil JJuy .SI, and
ali-o as aaier.rted October 25, 1S|?>, will be observed and re
quired in tb? mating, reception and opening of suuh prope
taU; and all not in conformity with the saute will be rejected,
ti-timates or proposals will be received at tho office of the
C'if y Intro tor until Tuesday the thirteenth day of Deoember,
IW. at 12 o'clock. M., at wnich time and place the same will
to publioly opened, in accordance with the ro-juiraments of
ti e amended charter. Bhau d the party 01 pirsios to whom
the raid contract may be awarded, or with whom the same
si.all be diieotec to be made, fail to attend with hii or tli.-ir
seoarities and exceute the same williln two days alter beljg
m t lied that such contract in rca ly. le or tlmy fhall be oon
s'derad as baviag abandoned it. Tho rl^ht s hereby re
served to reject any or all bids, eatiir.atc*, or proposals when
deemed advantageous to the corporation so to do. Blank
forms ai.d copies of tho ab^ve mentioned ordininccs cau be
obtaiaad by applioati?u at the oIKre of the City lnap^ '.tor,
THOMAS K. DOWNING, City lnanrctor.
City Inspector's Department, New York, Nov. M. 1?S3.
CORPORATION NOTICK.-PCBMC NOTICE 18 KERB
i-y given to tfc* owner or owners, occupant or onamtants,
cf all house* and lots, improved or unimproved lands,
it'icted thireby, that tbe following assessments have been
eoinplcted by tlie assessors, and aie lodged in tUo oflieo of
the fiur*au of Assessments for examination by all pecjons
int-ertated, t!/.:? Sewer in Eliiabath street, from Bleeoker to
neat Honrtan. The limits embraced by auoh assessment in
o'l-de all the several houses and lots of ground, vacant lots,
Pieces and parcels of land, situated on both lidos of Rlixa
ef b street, from Bleeoker to Houston. All persons wtioaj
interests are etlected by the above named asaoosmtnti, and
wto are oproas d to tbe rame or ettker of then, arc requested
to present their objections, la writing, to the undersigned, at
their cffis<s No. 4 Hall of Recorda, withisi thirty days from
the date or this aotice.
WILLIAM OAOE )
CHAKI.ES J DODOE, > Assessors.
CHARLES HcNIfcLb, )
^ 0?c?, Burear. of Asstssmeats, Stroot Dopaitment, Deo. 2,
ClORPORATION NOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICE IS
J hereby given to tlie owner or owners, oooupant or eocu
1 '.nte of all (ious?s snd Iota, improved or unimproved lauds,
afieotee thereby, that tho following assessments have boon
completed by the Assessors, anu aro lodael in th 1 ?iftce of
the nurean nf A?sesrn,oits t->r examination, by all persons
ii urested, vix:? Receiving basin and culvert at thu o<rner of
annuo B and Fourteenth street. The limits embraced bysuok
aaae^rmeit include aU the several houai s and lota ol ground,
vacant lote, pieets and parcola of land, aitoated oa ho south
s!d? cf FonrUratli atieet, from avenue A to avenue It. aU
pi-rsona whose latoreala are attested by the abovanamed as
tec meets, and w bo are opposed to the same, or either of
tl"m, aie requested to pram nt their objections, in writing,
to the undersirued, at their office. No. 4 II all of Hecorda,
wiUiln thirty daii from Hie < ate of this notice,
WILLIAM OAOE. )
CBaKI.ES I. DuDQE, > A?ses?ori.
CHARLES McNEILL. )
Office, Durean o( Asaesaments, Street Department. Doc.
18i3.
/ IORPORaTION KOl'ICfi.-PUBLIC NOTICE IS UIRI
by given to the owner or owners occupant or occupants
or all bouiea and lots improved or unimprovod Innda, a if. ct
ed thereby, that tho following assessments have kaun ooa
rleted bjr (be assessors, and are lodged in the offlce ef the
bureau of assessments for examination, by all persons ints
rekted, vis Flagging east side of Second avonno from
Twenty eighth street to Thirty first street, aid froin Thirty
fourth street to Ihirty-slxth street. The limits einbraoed by
auoh asiessm^nt, include all the several bosses aad lota of
rruimd, vacant iota, pieces and psrools of land, situated en
Ueeast side of Second aven\ie from Twenty eighth street to
'J hirtjrtrst street, and t<rom Thirty -fourth street forty nine
tee six and a half Inches north, and frosa Thirty sixth stroet
ninety eight feet nine inches south. All persons whose in
t'Toata are afieoted by the above named asseaameats, and who
arc opposed to the aamo, or either of thtm. are requo?to<i i?
present their objections in writing to tho undersigned, at
ti.elr oftioe. No. 4 Hall of Records, witbin thirty days from
tbe dat? of this notice.
WILLI/ M GAGE, )
CMIaKI.ES J. I?1?DGE, > Assessors.
CUAKl.ES MuNIELL, )
C Ac* Bcr?i? cf Assessments, Street Dtpartuunt, Dec. 2,
ItA*.
t IORPORATION NOTICE.? TO t.HOP BUTUtiEUH AND
V.' groeera sailing fresh ncata.? All license tor tba sale at
ft?sh meats having expivod on th? first day 01 No\'t>m?er, yu?
arc hereby aotiAed to reaiw your iioease on or boiore Tuou
d?y, ti 1 &th of this month. Applioatton for r'ueval must
be made to tbe Superintendent of Markets; offlee oot. ?r of
Centro and Chambers streets. All persons found aalit \>
tros'i meat* without license, after the 49tli instant, will In
dealt with aeeordlag to th* ordinan** regulating tnarketa and
U>* ?al* *f tresis uMta. M. goodckj-jn
Superintondent of MarkeM.
/1ROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT ? TO DOCK
\J builder* and contractors.? Healed proposals, endorsed
"Proposal for extending sewer in Battery plaoc," will to re
ceived at tbe oflio* o( the Croton Aqncdu it Department until
Monday, the 12th day of December, 1HA3, at 12 o'olook M? to
build an extension te tbe sower in flattery place, from near
be line of tbe easterly curb of ITaiMngton street to tho
westerly line of Wert street, being ia length about 270 feet,
the plan of tht sewer and apeoiBcatloa* for the building of
the aamo. and all other Information rotating thereto, oan be
obtained on application to the We tor l'nreeyor, thU office.
THRO K Dfc FOBEKT. A.Ung Pniden' A W,
Chief Eagineev, CSrotcn Aqv^ joa 4>ua*a.
New kock. Da*. 1, UM.
eoimjturioi BOTicm.
CORPORATION NOTICE -PUBLIC NOMCS IS HCKI
i b? gWen, to the owner or omci, eeoupani or oo
eu punts of a'l hvu>e? a ad lota, iiaprivnl or unimproved
lards, atfunted thereby, that tb- fol ?<> wj ???; a*seasn*t>ats hart
bci n complu.ed by t o Assesaore, aud am t Jiod m the "Hoe
of the Burer.u if Atbe>ni>aii'i 'or examination, hy all per
?oqi iuUreato', vi?.:? For paviug f rt. fourth street fr <m
Filth avenue to Broadway The limit* embraced byaueh
uss^sfctuent, include til the several b >uses and lota of ground,
vacant l >'a, picoea aod I arc.la of iund, aituated on both
a'liu" of Fort}fourth at ect fr?m li th avanuo to Broadway.
All persona, whoia interoata ?r? atfcetod by tha above named
?Meumen'a, and who are opposed t:> tl.o same, or either of
them, are reiin.ntsd to preseut the!" objections in wriri'tj,
to tl>? under. Lued, at ibei: oil ??, No. 4 IKli ct Baaords,
within thirty days from the data of thi* notioa.
IVlLMaM CSAUB, )
CliAKLEtt J. UuuGl, > iaitMtn.
ciiuii.ts McNiai.u )
Office. Burciu of A3*ciameuti, Straut Djpartinant, Dae. 2.
1M3. ?
J 10RP0 RATION NOTICE. ?Till LOT Of Q BOUND,
) with tram* hoaai thoreou, No. SM Charlsa street, (aoath
4a of Oharlaa atraot, 78 feat westerly from Bloeekw (treat*)
will ba laasud at public aaotion or one yaar, as Friday. Dai.
I8.U8M, at 12?o cfook M., at tho?Com ptro llar'a Oflioa, No. >
Qui of Rtetrii, Park.
Finance Leiartaaat, Comptroller'* OfBca, Now Tork, No
<a?W XL lXfc. A. a ri.AOO, Omilnllar.
STlliT BEPaRTMBNT, mo. 4 HALL Of RECORDS.
? Pablio notion ia hereby given, that tbo following po
titlona have boaa presented ia the Board of Alderaoa:? To
fonca vaeant lota aa tha north aide of Fourteenth street,
between Firat and Baoond avanuea: to regulate aad grade
Fifty -aeveatb itraat, ketwooa Third and Ftath aTouuea;
to pave Forty brat a treat, botwoea So to nth and Eighth an
nuea Alio tho foHswlng roaolutlona: ? To opoa Mangia
atreet, fr oa giaatoa to Bouaton; to fence vaoant loto oa
tho aoath ilda of Thirty-second atroat, about on* hundred
f-et oaat of Eighth avenu*. All peroona in wrested, having
objeotioas. are requested to proaeat them ia writing to tha
undersigned, at hi* oWoe. on or boforo tha 5th day of Da
oeaber next. JAMES III BIT. Street Ooraaioeloaec.
Wo. 41 1X0
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 MALL OF RKCOKDS.
Publio notice ia hereby given that the following petitiona
have been patented la the Board of Aldermen:? To rogulato
and grado Sixty fourth atreet, between Eighth and Tenth
avenuea; tu flag *nmr foot of alcewalks in Thirty ninth atreet,
b<"tivecn Seventh and Eighth avenue*. where aooeaaary.
AIjo tha following petition, in tho Board of Aaaiatant
Aldermen:? To till in, to tha grade of LawTeaoo atreet, 124th
street, between Ninth avenoe and Lawreaoe atreet. Also
the following reeo 1 utions, n the Board of Assistant Alder
men: ? To act curb and ^utt.r r.nd rrgulit't sidewalks ia
Third avenue, between Wbtt and ilUth atreet*, and flag four
fo?t of walaa from luGth to 114th atreet; to lay oroaawalka
in Soiond and Third avennei, at WUth atreet; to flag four
teet oa north aide of Thirty-aeooad atraH, between Tenth
and Elevontb aveaner. All peraona it throated havtag objee
tiona thereto, are reqaeated to pre. eat them in writing to tho
underaigned, at hia oifioe, on or before the 6th day Of Deoea
ber next. JA'MES FURET, Street Coaaiaolcnor.
New Torlc, Not. W. 1M8.
OTBEET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.?
O Scaled propoaala will bo rooelved at thia offloe an til Moa>
day, November 21. 1WS, at UH o'olook P. M., to flag north
aldo of Twmty-flfth atreet. from US foot oaat of Lexington
avenue to Third avoano. BpaeiflcaUona to bo had on apfB
aatlon to tho Contract Clerx ef thia department.
Not. 11, 18S1 JAMES FtTKXT, Sir oat ?obibIm1obw.
STK5*T DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.?
I'ublio notioe ia htreby given that tho foil iwing petitiea
Laa bevn proaontod in the Board of Alderman:? To open ave
nue A, botwoea Eighty-iixth at. and',Baat River. All person*
inttrvi>ted, having objaotlona thereto, are reqaeated to pre
?c-nt them, <n writing, to the andoiatgned, at hia offloo, oa or
before the third day of Dooaaber a ext.
J AS. FUKEF, Street Comaiaoionet.
Nevembor 23. 1KSS.
STREET DEPARTMENT NO. 4. HALL OF RECORDS.
O ?Sidled preposala will be reooived at thia.uavjo Uuul
VUurailay, Deoeaber 1st, 185S, at 12X ?*elook, P. U., to rc
bnfld the plor at t3ie foot of Jefferaon atrtet. East Klvor.
To retrulato, grado, pave, aad *et curb and gmttsr la Thirtj
foucWi atreet, from iEighth to Ninth areaae. and flag fo?t
toot of walk* of the tame. Bpeoifloatiena to be had od appU
tatloa to th* oontraot olerk of thia d?partuoat.
Vnv. n 1HM. JAB. FURET. Rtreot Oonanvleoloaa*
STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 riALL OF RECORDS.?
Spiled prosoiala will bo reooived at thia ortiue until Fri
day, 1 eo. 9, l>VKt to feaoo two vaount lot* aouth lido of rtiir
tj first Ktr?o\ between Broadway and Fifth aronue, anl the
let bouth side of Tl.irtieth etroet, butwreon ltroaflwa/snd
Fifth avonue. hpocitioution* to be had on application 10 the
Contract Cltrk oi this Department.
J Ail Kb FUBEF, Street Commiaaioaer.
Deo. 1, 1K3.
TOAVM1.1.K11S' tiUIDK,
1QCO ? M?ST SATE, CHEAP, AND R^LIABLR
J.0t.?0. Route.? 1853 ? October arrau*ement? Albany and
N'.'W Vork ioluad route. Three daily trains: accommoda
tion train, at 7 A. M., and two daily express trains, atH A.M.,
and at 2.UUP. M., connoctitiz at Albany with Central Uno off
railroad Went; also with the North for Saratoga Springs,
WliiiuhaJl and Montreal. Tho train* oouncut with the W eat
orn and Budecn and Berkshire railroads at Chatlia'n Four
CorneiH, for Lebanon Springs, on ?nd after Monday, from th*
new depot, comer of W'hito, Elm, and Centre atreeta, where
through tichet* can b? prooortd and baggage ohecked.
For Albany, For byraauso,
" Schenectady, " Rtcheater,
" Ltioa, " Buffalo.
Pacenirer* also received at Drocrae street and Bowery, and
Twenty rixth street and Fourth aveuuo station*. Tho abov*
truius will laud and receive pasciagcr* Ouly at Crotou Falls
and Chatham Four Corner*. All other train* w.U leave
City LlaM station, corner of Trytn row and Coutr i atreet, aa
heretofore. M. SLOAT, Superintendent.
C1A?DVN AND AMBOY RAILROAD TO PHILADEL
J phia, from pier No. 1 Narth river.? Two lines dailjr, at
Id A. M. and 2 P. M. Aeoommodatiou line at 10 A. M., by
steamboat 'irenton to South Anihoy, nam to Bordcntowu,
and *teamboat R. KtbOkton to Philadelphia. Fare ?2. Kx
pre** line at 2 P. M., by steamboat John Potter, to Amboy.
thence direct to Camden by oars; through in four hours and
a half. Fare (3. Rotnrainp, leave Philadelphia at 1U A. M ,
and 2 P. M.
Hudson river railroad. ? trains daily raut
Chambers street for Albany snd Troy : ?
Kxpress train, 7 A. 11 ? Througa in four boors, connecting
with train a reaching Buffalo or Montreal at 10 o'clock umt
evening.
Mail train, 9 A. M.? Through way trains at 12 M. and S
P. M.
Express train, S P. M.? Emigrant train 6 PM. For Tarry
town, 10:i? P. M For Peeksiill, P. U. For Poogh
kcepsie, 7:10 A. M. and 4 P. M. Passongors taken at Cham
bers. Canal, Christopher, Fourteenth ana Thirty first streets.
Sunday train* from Canal s xcct, at 3:10 P. M., for Albany
and Troy, stopping at all way stations
EDMUND FRKXCH, Superintendent.
NEW f ORE AND PHILADELPHIA DIREST, VIA
New Jersey Railroad.? Unl tod States and Express linaa,
tbrongb in four boura, leave New York, foot of Cortiandt
atrcet, at 6, 8 and 9 A II., and 4 30 and fi 30 P M. Leave Phi
ladclphia at 1 SO A. M., via Kensington, 6 and 7 A. 11., and 4 30
and 5 30 T. M., from thofoot of Walnut street. Fare 93; $2,60
for second olaM in H A. M. Aon New Fork, and 430 P. M. fr on
Philadelphia. Through tioketa sold, and pafacngera and
through baggage carried for Baltimore, Washington, i orfvlk
and Charleston, in the 8 and 9 A. If., and 4 30 and 5 30 P. K.
trains, and oonnection certain^ with extra trains If behind
time. Pauengors wit h baggage cross the ferry fifteen minutes
Mora the train Itavai.
H'KMTl'HE.
CHEAPER THAN EVER. "-ENAMELLED SETS? EN
amelled sets.? No. fill! Broadway, next doer to the Dus
aeidort Oalitry. .hoapor than all others in New Fork. Sets
c,ld at twenty five and thirty per cent Ion than they can be
found anywhere else, ill made liom kiln-dried wood, and the
bcit finish throughout; aU made at our faetory, No. 19
Qrecae street. Uli^LJEa A li i R.N K,
Cheap tin ainoUcd Fumituro Warehouse, M<J Broadway, a
few doors above apriug street, noxt d?or to Dr. Chain's
ehuroh.
AGF.JVCY.
ACSTRALIA.-AGNEW a CO, COMMI'Sl?N MIR
clients and importers, Melbourne Port Philip, An ? ra
Ua. Refer to Caapin A Hawytr, Bos, on; Af*ne* A Co., i'ui
ladelphia; hinting A McKeo, Baltimore; Mannrell, Whi e Jc
Co.. Now Orleans; Vishtr A Agnnv, Columbia, 8. (J.; John
W.yulaey, New V ,rk.
11UE NATIONAL ANB GENERAL AGENCY INTF.i.LI
gecce and Rial Estate Otlion, 3.S0 Broadway, will >|un
on W udnrsday, the 7th inat., on a most advantageous b??ii,
fot the accommodation of tho public; and the underlined
flatters bimsell that the intelligent inlmbitants of New Irorx,
its vicinity, snd the Union at inrgo, will bo able fully to ap
pr*ui?t? the many bcuehts they ?uuld derive Uv patronizing
this establishment, whore every exertion 'hall o ?> inndo t>
meet their wants. Full information furuiilied at tlie otlioe.
Kelerences ( <y permission*? Jacob A. Westervelt, Mayor of
New Yctk, 3lM East Broadway; Caleb Baaton, Esi|., IM fine
street; James Stuart, Ks<|., tl the lieu of J. J. Stuart A. Co ;
J. Is. Holbrook, E?'t , National laaurauoe Oilioo 71 Wall
street. ' W. T. CAMPBELL.
EXTRA PAY.
BXTRA PAT.? ALL V. 8. NAVF BAILORS WHO
served in any U. S. vesnol in the Pacltio, at auy time
trom DMfi to 1883, can promptly obtain their doable pav of
EL WARD KldatLb, Agent.
(Late) Purser U. S. N., 30 south William at., below Wall.
Sailors who i erted in the pacific anf time
irom x40 to 18C2, can receive their extra pay at Ui WaII
sweet, bait ma at.
UP. NAVF. ? SAILORS' "EXTRA PA F" OfflCE.
? All sailors who served in the U. S. Navy on tho ?oaet
of California, from 1840 to 1802, can be paid by calling on
THOMAS L. BRA FN A RD, 81 Wall street.
UB. NAFF.? SAILORS WHO MADE APPLICATION
? for their "extra pay" whilo In California, -ran obtain
it from THOMAS L. BRAFNARD. SI Wail stro?*.
ASTROLOGY.
A8TKOLOOF AND PI1YHIOONOMF.-THB CELEBRAT
cd Dootnr 1. BHUMaN, a bwodo by birth, oan ho con
suited on all event* of life, past, prssont and future. Nativi
ties calculated for la>1ios and gontiomen. Resideuoe 178
Chambers street, near Ureenwtoli street..
Madame morrow is, without exception, rui
most wonderful astrologist in the world, er that hai
'Ter been known. She it the seventh danghtet of a sever.il
danghten, and was born with a gltt by bolng learned la tb?
astralogio soienee to t?U by signs future event* and all ooa
oerre of li fo In regard te health, wealth, love, souttoblp an4
twten Canbon and Colombia. Gentlemen not admitted."
The most mundsrful gift and science or
tho agi is Madame HORROW'S showing tho intenciod
husband and absent ftlends, at 7(5 Breomest , near Cannon.
F
PARIS ADVKilTWEMESTS.
U RECENT, NO. 7 BOULEVARD l>fi LA MaDE
Lline, speciality of furs and ladien' .?!?? kn.
A H 13 FRENCH AM) AMERICAN dCUOC.l, TOR
_ youug gentlemor. ? M. !>El.ACOl!R, 'ato rreeiilont ol tlie
L)onum or Mon'ia*. has jaat opened in Paris No 13 Rk?
d?e Fo*?o: St.] Victor, a bnardini; aoliool, whloh ii placed
under t!i e immediate supflrvlnian oi the University of Fraaee,
and > tu re a oonrse is epanod to pre para the pupils for their
admission at* the I'oiytcchaie Suhool; the military Seh*?I
of St. Cyr, the Schools of Forots, Minos, *e. Foung
j-ntltu en wishing to acquire a porrort knowledgo of the
trench lcngiiafe will he thoroughly tiugbt. The beat and
tho rrosi uxporiuacod prufossurs of Paris are attached to the
aobocl. Evory Snudty tho pupils are sent, to the eimrehes
oi their respecMvo demmuuations. Th* pi ieo of board (all
cxpei\?<'S included) is SmOO a year, with private mesa taken
with tho family of M Dolxoour, and a private room; U00 a
year, with tho mess taken in company with all the pupils,
and a-bed in the genet al dormitory.
StavrBKKiOBS in r*ma.
V. dc Toqnevllle, i
M. Ampere, >Of the Institute ef Fraasa.
Bartholomy St. nilMre, J
RiranENoen in thk vniTan mrai.
Mr. D. Proaeott, of Boston.
Mr. Rives, late United States Miniotorte Praatft.
Hon. Edward Everett, of Massachusetts.
Mr. H m. U. Astor. of New York.
Mr. LsngHon.of New Fork.
Mr. itdcwtakTaf Hew Tut
murriNb.
(.-uh i.ivik' uuL-i/m I'sii a'; a i ?.a v i!i. 6T;.am
r ?r.i|v BALTIC J?m<: Oo-'oet, onsaiaander. J'ait
<tram*hi> wUl depart, ?>\l United sutu nui'j, t-r
Knropa, -Mvtur iv,\ IJ oemher 10'A, at 12 n'V
t'. It in tif iertn. at tbe foot of Ca-ial aveet. Paaa? "
*r# r c|i:? sted t? be en to?*d *? 1 1 ^ Vj. for fro.-xM
<r haW?.g naeqo&llud no xiinmodatio&a lor ale., a a
and at Uilurl, *i>piy '*?
t. OVARII K. COLLINS, M Wall struct
i'ite 'kMn^ip A'-Ukliu wiiJ sucoood tae ll?ltio, and *aii
Dwcrjtftr SMth,
flUfc NEW VOU& AND LIVERPOOL TTNITRll STsTCS
I i'r'1 Steamers.? The "Vps ?orayrisinf tils i nn i.r* Wis
follow ing ?
111, AN Tit.' Captain Wost
Plt'lflO Captain Njo.
\KCT1C Oftf>Ui? Lose.
it A I/TIC C> plain Comstoek.
These ?M|>s li-.vo b<jO(i built ii> uon'' au? uauecially lo>
(?vnram-iit a-rvice; every flare bas beea takw in tfte'T eon
?.rnnilon, e? lu their nn*.inw, to Insure aud apo d,
cue ti.?ir acooinOiodE-tlnis tir pa*ai..gers are uueijtalled f"l
-leuano* r,? .1 euinfoit.
I'uctt of panwagn from New Yo?* M Liverpool In Ann
?la?a cabin, f in eeoond cabin. t/Ll; txolui 10 un o f eatr*
j|;c state room , 3.HH0.
From Liverpool to N i* York. ?20 and ?30.
An e*peri?nocd surinon attached to eaoh ship.
No berths sooured till paid for.
pkupoisd LfATaa rom saiLiiro.
From Now Vork. From Li v err* CO L
3a>?rda), Not. 2B lfc'O Wedneeday, Nnv. .1). .. . 1883
Saturday, Deo. 1U InM Wednesday, Doc. 14 1H6J
Saturday, D?o. iU 1H5S Wednesday, D?o. 28 ISM
for freight or passive apply te
EDWARD K. COLLINS ft CO., No. M Wall street.
BROWN. 8UIPLEV ft CO., Liverpool.
JOHN MONRO* ft CO.. No. ? Rao Nairn Dam* da*
Viotolres, Parlu; or
OEOROB H. DRAPER. Ham.
Tlic owners of these ahipa will not be aoeountabls lor cold,
jj'ver. bullion, specie, jewelry, precious atone*, or mctaU,
jnlea* bill* of lading are signed therefor, and the valns
thereof therein expressed.
FOR LIVERPOOL? STEAMSHIP ANDES, E. R. MOO
dio Comaasdcr. Tliia new and piwsrf il ateamer will
:ini1 from tbe British and North American Royal Mail dtoara
Packet Covpao'a dock at Jerauy City, on Saturday, the
17th of December. Parage m< ney for lirat olaaa pa**eugera
only, (for whom thoro in e*oi llcut accommodation ) $t0, in
cluding proviaiont and atoward'a tee, but without wine* or
lii|Uora, which can be obtained on hoard. Freight taken at
reaaocablnratea. Apply tn E C'UNAMD, No. 4 ltvUl|Q|Mk
rUk LIVERPOOL AND FUhjADILPHIA STEAM
?hlp Conlvwy intend a'arting their favorite atoasahip*
laoM rMiLAum^-HiA,
City of Claagow Saturday, Dae. 10, 1PM
Olty of M anon eater Saturday, Jaa. 7, U&3
raoM uTcsrooL.
City of Olaigsir Wedaaaday, Not. S, 18SS
City of Maiioheitar Wedueaday, Dte. 7, ltSM
Saloon $00, IM, and SA6; (aoenrdlng to atata room*).
? limited nnmber of thlrd-claa* paaaongen will be tabes
and foand with oomfortably eooked proTlfionj, for
$2S to LiverpooL | MO (rata Liverpool
Parties wishing to brine out their friends oaa obtain oertift
oaks of paaaaga, and drafts on the Bank ef Ireland In rami
of El sterling and upwards. Apply to SAMUEL SMITH.
Agaat, 43 Walnnt street, Philadelphia.
S~TEAM BETWEKM NEW FORK AND GLASGOW.?
Taa Qlasaowand New York Steamship Company's ae?
steamer GLASGOW, (1.96* to us, 400 horse powerj Robert
Craig, eotnuander, will leave New Fork for Glasgow ob
Wednesday, January 18, at 13 o'elook noon. First oabin. aa
Icon staterooms, SMI; do., midship do., S7S; seoond eabte, ffil
third elass, I3B atoward'a fees included Apply to
J. MoHYMON, IS Broadway.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HATRE.? THE UNITED
Statee mail reamer HUMBOLDT, D. Lines, ejmmand
?r, will leave for Havre, touching at Southampton to land
the ualls and passengers, on Saturday, Droanber 17th, at II
o'elook. from pier Mo. 4, North river. Pries of passage?
Kir - Cabin, Si2U; second cabin, 370. Lugaage aot wanted
during the voyage should b-s aent on board the da7 before
s-iling, marked ''below." No freight will be ttkon after
Thortiay, Dee. lSth. For freight or paaaaga nroly to
MORTIMER LIVINGSTON. Ag.ms. 6.^ Broadway.
PACKETS TO HAVRft-SECOND LINE. -THE fOLLOW
ing ships will leave Havre on the Hith, and New York
on tho 1st of each moutii:?
From Now York.
Ship 8T. DENIS,
1,0011 tosa hurthen,
Alouso k'ollansbee, master, )
Ship 6T. NICOLAS,
i,OUO toas burthen,
J.<hn Bragdou, maater,
New ship MERCURY,
1,4IH> tona burthen,
R. D. Couu, maater,
Sliip WILLIAM TSLL,
(new) 1.2IO tons burthen,
Jamoa I'uiik. icaster, ...
Th'.*y are sll firs", clsae New York built uhlps. providod .vitfa
nil requisite article for the ocralort and coavinieoce oi pas
Kongers, aim oouiuiandod by men of oi|ieriecoo iu tho trndo.
Tho price of pap^ngo ia $100 witoout winea or Hqnoi-s. U.>ode
(Knt to tl.e aubacrilnra will bo forwarded ire* from any
Gliarges bnl those actually incurred.
BOYD A UINCKKN, Agent], 161 Taail street.
US. MAIL LINE TOR CALIFORNIA. ?REDUCTION
? in tho prion ol' pas.1 ige.? U. S. Rail Steamship Co. ocn
>v. sting with the Paoiho Mail StcatnaAip Co., carrying the
?T?at ITnited Sta<^s mail.? for Califuruia and Oregon, via
, lupin wall and 1'anama.? The U. S. Mail Steams)' ip Company
intend to despatch for Aepinwall, on Monday, Doe. fit h at
i o'olook P. M., from pier foot of Warren street, th* fast
-jailing donble-engine neamahlp ILLINOIS, O&pt. il. J.
jj.rtfti'iic, U. S. N., to oonneot at Panama with the l'<s.eiflc
M:'.il tteamahlp Coriyauy'a steamer WINFIELI) SCOTT
Yfrough tiolieta for California by theso favorite eteiuners oat>
ucw be purchaaod at very l-.-w rates. Tho transit of tlio lath
311m (at the uxr3<-i0 of t.*ie pas longer) is now aiilo in part bv
railroad, and th" faoiUtLs for oroaslnf the Isthmus are auoL
aa cannot bo tound on any othor route to California. F01
pafsago, apply to C1IAS. A. WHITNEY, at th? ofUoe, 177
Weat at root, oornor of Warrsn street.
UNITED STATES MAIL 8TEAMSH1P COMPANY- ? FOR
New Orleai* via Havana, ou Monday too. in.? The wull
known and favorite tleamahip EMPIRE CITV, Captain
liei.ry M indlo. This stenmer has been thoroughly ovorhaul
od and la littod with new b?ilora, now eablus, and furniture
and is tow in every tea ject in tbe raoat complete order, she
w ll sail on the 1 .th l>eci'Uber, at two P. M.. from Watron
st'eet pier. Rates of paasaie'to Havana and New orleana:
btute room berth, 3<0; atandeo berth, $3u; steera^i bertli an t
found, S2fi. l*at?a? oaa now be ssoured at the company's
oflioe. treigiit to New Orleans 40 col t? cubic foot. Speoie
onlv taken on Iroigbt to Havana Shippers will be supplied
with blank bills or lading, cf the form iaaued by the company
on application at thoir othc*. No other form signed, r.nd no
bills of ladiig will bo rigncd after the hour of sailling. For
fr ight or paeaaae, apply at the otiloo of the company. 177
Weat, corner of Varron street. M. O. ROUEKl'S.
New vokk and California steamshii' line
via Nloaragna.? Tue Aocossory Transit Company, oi
Nicaragua, Proprietors.? Through in a-lvanoe of tho mail.
Only line giving through tickets, Including the Isthmus 0 roil
ing. The now double-eugui^steamship NORTHERN LII1UT,
3,600 tons burthen, willluave from pier No. 3 North river, at
S o'elook P. M., preolsuly, for San Juan del Norte, on Mon
day, December 6, nofinecting with tho new and favorite
steamship Sierra Nevada, 3.000 tons busthan, over th* Nica
ra-gua Transit routo, having but twelve mile* of land trans
Sortation. These steamers are uusurpaasod in their ventiU
on anl accommodation*. Tor Information or passage,
apply only to
CUARLES MORGAN, Agent, No. S Bowling Green.
TO CALIFORNIA.- INDEPENDENT OPPOSiTlOE
lino.? 1ho tew lud splendid itsMDJhip YANKEB
III. A UK, 22?l tons, will sail lor A spin wall ou Tuesday Do
o>>iuber 20th at S o'cluckP . II., from lb* toot of Nmh Moon
street, N. ft to oonneot with the now and uariv ailed steamship
UNCLE BaM, 2,uOU toni, whioh will sail ImmeliaWly on tht
arrival of tb? pasaengots at Panarv\ for Baa franolsee
aireot, without stopr ng at any of tTV ? inten mediate porta.
These steamers are vastly superior to a a; other on the routo.
m point of speed, ventilation, and good accommodations
ana it i? confidently oxpootod that the voyage to California
will be made in twenty-two days. Passenger* proonrinj
ticket* daring thin month will he allowed a due inn t of tea
per oent from the lowest rate] obarged bv any othe* line,
gar freight or panage apply only to >. MILL3, Agent, 61
Oortlaadt street.
flOH SAN FRANCISCO.- TUB CUPPER SHIP POLY
NESIA iu now rapidly loadiug at pier Z1 East rivo.-, Md
id iipeo'ed to sail on or before tie 4>tb last. Pavenrfari by
the Capo are particularly re.iue?tod to examiuo bur spaciiiui
and comlortable aoojiumudatlons. Karly application ii lie
cepssry, na the number ia st-ntly limited.
SUTTON A CO., 84 Wall itraet.
AUSTRALIA -PIONEER LlftE-THE NEW AND
olipper ship OChaN STEED, T. Cunnioglintn, oon
nianler, (fourteenth ship of thia line,) hai room for about
1,?>U0 barrels uioro; will aall on 10th uocembof, and from lior
a ipcrior model and fast failing qualities it ia expeotei will
matte the passaso in ahont seventy days. A few Irst anil
eocuBil calin puaccgirs caa yet be neoemmodaW. For
freight or passage, apply onboard, or to rt. W. CAMERON,
lUi Wall street.
AUSTRALIA- PIONEER LINE? THIS SHIP CAR
TUAUE, for Bydmy, having ovtr tlirso fourths of h <i
cargo now on board, will be dexpatohod in a few day*. For
fr iiighc or pafengo^ apply on board, or to ft. W. CO.UERO.W,
lib Wall street.
IpOR BERMUDA AND BY. THOMAS.? tUM ROYAL
! Mall Steamer CURLWV. H. hampac^, Commanda;.
Th.' . Ann ujvt stoameiiip will eail for the aborc Islands on Wot
nv .'ay, 7th December, lbf:: Saturday, 7th January, ISM;
Trusdsy, 7 th iTobraary; and Taasclaj, 7th Mar. >. Tim G-k
lew hat' jniit b'ion bail) on the Clyde, expr<M?ly for tfij gexvfsc
:>otweeuNew Vers and Bt. Thoraau. fehe haa a loity poor
deck, and groat cara has been tak.r. to RUe her good vsutf
Uticu. ir.oaoy to Bermuda. Mb; to Itt Jtoni, $Jfl.
'!*< irtirtk < c vassa/c, apply to
ft. Lli HARD, Mo. * iiowling <Kew.
Y'EW VUhK uttii o.i ailAMA Lll i AlUMUf OOAIPaN I.
A* ? For M i ilo K. ppln< at jlitvana. The new sldl-whoel
stonmsblli BLaCE W4W10R,C?ft.iI. D. Huliook, wiilsaU
tor too above por^s ou K riday, Umuml er 'J, at '1 o'oloot pre
eis.' ly. fr.'E. pier foot Harrison str .ct, North river, t'a-usge,
$&>. lTrcigiil toi. o for New orlear.e. Goods ooiefflaod te
Ij. Mevl A Co.. Jt' t lie, v ill ha frrwarded iVoc of eo jualjaion.
Company's printed rst#? of frS'gbt nnd bills of lading oun be
had on appli'dtion at the - Diet. No freight takon to llsvaos
but speoie. No frci/ht recrivod on sailing days. Shippers
will picsja send in their bllle ot lading to bo si/ned on the
t-venfcg proTtuus to the day oi sa'Hjig Pamela reosired at
the ofli^a only. j^MMMNti '.>r ll*vc.-.a ttiint procmro pasj
ports before Raving port. LlVlNaSToH, CROCMKRON A
CO., 31 Broadwt;.
FORSiVANNAU-i AKKaKDl ( KlJ.-Tiifi NEW AND
aplundid aid" wiiool stoamsliip STATE OF UttOKUIA.
Captnii, J ,1. limvio, Jr., enrryir.,; tlio United Statea mail,
r.ill leave l'btladeipliia tor H&vaunaii on Wedneslay, Deo.
7. a- Id o'uiock, A. M , from the w!;arf above Vine street.
Tliis sliip is onlirel} uew, auJ i . speed and strength, aud
evirv srrang' mcnt for the comfort and convenience of pae
semiem, Is nusurpasbod. Faro from Philadelphia, S2U; steer
i.fo, Jii. The Koystoso tits Is leaves as above the fallowing
lfi.dierds>. Atv Ota In Philadelphia, II RRON A MARTIN.
No J7>4 North W'harvec; Ih Ssvannah, C A. I?. L&M.tR.
fion SA VANS a? AND FLORIDA.? UNITED 8TATEI
Mail l ine.? The new and splendid steamship FLOR1 l>A,
Lsptain M.S. Woodlmll, will leave on Saturday, December
10, at S P. M., from plur No. 4 North river. Apply te
SAMl'EL L. M1TC1I1LL, No. 1* Uroadway.
The Alsl srsa, (.'apt. Ceo. R. Seheask, loaves ou Wedaes
dny. Ixi iHibor II. Ilirough tickets from New York to Jack
setiviile, Ml; rilstka, ?J3.
71 8 NAIL I.I NK FOR CHARLESTON AND FI.ORI
l / ? da.? Tie splendid and tsvorite steam ahip SOUTH
UM.il, Capt. ihoinas Ewan, will leave jplcr A o. 4 North
liver, iur tlie n'v ve port, on Vt ednesiay, Dteembor 7, at3
o'clock P M. ti:eoi??ly. For freight, apply on beard, where
Ml ' >1 Ih I>r Udii ^nill be SMnud;and lor passage, to 8POF
FI'rtLi, TH ! STlN A CO. Thiongli tickets for Florida at
followi: Jacksonville SJI, Pilotka $88*
]7XTIiCT FROM l HK~Ba RAN c iatx?lik RA I. Tof
J Oct il, 1 i'l ? Clipper Ship Gaielle.? Thia staonoh and
?t'diitii nl Htt'o clipper oi 1240 tous arrived o tlieiith of Oa
t<>bor. She anmmeuced dlichavglng on the 8th, and in ronr
and a halt daja her holds were outiroiy clear. It was a
*nl.1cot oi roma-l by octslgneis and others on the dook. that
thoy had revir before aeon a oargo come oot l-> suoh a tee
condition? nothing at all was dumaped. The t;?od condition
of i.rr rsrgo lies been iu a groat H'oasure owing o hot ad
u.lralle Ttnltlation. Sfco is oemmtuded by Captain Sanioal
Dvlla'd, sin- was ponhinimd ti Messrs. Ueo. Itowcs A Co.
^ he ship fJa>rlle wns vui tilaved on i'rol. fcmerjon'i plan, by
tboa.tnt, Mr, George Walker of No. tmfi Leonard street,
New lork.
, fJUCT AJB.TICl.IiS.
Ricri I'ARia FEATBIRS.-JiJ^T RECMYED, TBI
mo*t extensi\e assortment of Paris leathers < vur ol^red
Ii this 'Ity, anotig wliioh 6110 doien ostrich tips, of a vorf
snpeihr quallt}; 211(1 doiea mara'iout plumos, ADO dosea
Slums do co mis. Also, a Urge stock of ladles' and miases'
eavtr aid Tel* bonn ts, which Will be sold Ion for oash, bi
j. u. r*".. :-.j ti ?al? IiU j::m; j! Wil
| Uaa itreaV,
AMvamauLtrrm.
BOWERF THi.ATHK.-tl. I S IE Vi > hTaUB MAMA
ger. Tim* altered. ? D >ors op^u at #*; cart* ? riee* at
7 o'e'ook. Lower Tier of Bo *e*. M <ienf?; 'leoond .ind Third
"Iicr*, M ouu; Pit Mid Gallery, lJtf cent*, Orooestr* Seal*,
6'J cent*; seitn in Faioil) Bum, fit) cent*
Monday iwnini Dcoembot 6. will h? dmMiiiI
HllOiM.-, KKK OF TOULOUSE.
Jacob Odet. ..Mr. J N. ha it I AdeUide Mr* Yeomaa*
1 he Duke. . . .. M -. II tin bin | argarct im Herring
JONATHAN UkaDFtoitD.
Caleb 8oriuim*gc.Mr. Burks | Dan Hacrauy Mr. Eddy
Mcaars. W. 11. ftout and FiMier i-i thuir tlegant and Uar.nl
act, ??> Ind J. a I'er >be
A UllOfT 131 SPITE OF iiibsilf.
Bonwt THE AT KB, CHAMBERS STREET. -DOORS
open at OU ; to oomcuenoe at 7 o'olook.
Monday ev^afng, iieosmber 5, will b? performed
Haughty Mr. Fmhar
St Lifer Vr Barren
ieckloe; Mr. Jordan
Win. Link Mr. Burton
Twilling 1 r. John* to;
Dr. Cavil Mr. Rixaelt
i ii k rox uunt
' r. Prawit Mr. Norton
Theophila* Mr. H*lmaa
i.auia. Mr*. uu,li
Ma>'?l Min Raymond
A thenia Mri. Hughoi
*ri Cavii Mri. . > a
TIIK TOODI.ES,
Toodlos Mr. Uurtoa I Old Fenton Mr. GourUy
Frank A corn. . . . Mr. Norton | Ploughahare Mr. Helmaa
George Aoort .... Hr. KumII | Mra. Toodlo . M . ii ?
VTATIONAL THEATRE, CHATHAM STREET. -DOOMS
JLl open at tiX; curtain naa* at 1% o'cloek.
Monday evening, Decuinbur 5, oil! be performed
UNCI.* TUM'B CABIN.
I, nolo Tom Mr. i. Unpaid
Bt. Claire Mr. J. B. Hcwt
Gnmptoa Com Mr. H. Stone
Eva Little Cordelia uowai>
To ply Mri J. C. flo-virU
Fletcher. . . Mr. O. W. L. Fox I Kliaa Mrs J. 1. Prior
Harris Mr. J. J. Prior | Caeiy Mri. Banuiitor
LwrM Mr. N. B. Clat>9 I Ophelia Mr*. Bradirtiaw
Wilaon Mr. Teolmln Emraeiwe Miu Barber
Perry Mr. L. Fox I Marie Ml** Lander*
Every Monday, Tueiday, TLuraday, and Friday afteraeoa*,
coD.tucuciug at, 2 o\ l?ck, will be per'oriaod tan now, in<ir*i
aud religious dramn, in three acts, of
LITTLE KaTY,
HOT CO UN GIRL,
Dramatized by C. W. Taylor, Esq., (?xproi<iIjr for the >*i
lioial Theatre,) from tha very popular ?tiry 'ooontly pno
lishtd in the N?w York Trloune, written l?y Mr. *ol?a Ma
bit *on, in whioh the youthful wonder Little Cordelia Howard
will appear ai Little K?ty.
Eugene Bealiy Mr. I'ri ?r I Frank Ttreiely Mr, Blake
The Misiio >ary. .Mr Liug^rd IlarTy Klworth Mr. ntut
Travera Mr. Clarke I Alenor SeJley Mri i*ri,r
GEO. CHR1STV A WOOD'S MINSfKELS. 4M BROAD
way, above Howard etr>.et.
Ko Conna:oTioN with ahv Other Compakit.
EVEMINQ.
Uu
Stage Manager
OPLN HVKKY EVENING.
H. Wood UuHlnei* Manager
Geo. Chriaty. (a* pr?fcjdloaally known) Stage Manager
VOCAL ANL INSTRUMENTAL MUdlC.
DANCLh, MkUKO DELINEATIONS,
UUKI.lsQ : Ed, ETC.. ETC.
Door* open at 6 >i; to sommonoe at 7>i o'olook.
Tiokete 24 oenU
A CARB.
George Chriaty? ai pro<eeai nally know a for the la*t t#elv*
year*, in conne<tlon with Ethiopian luiuo-. el?y~ takoa ihii
method of informing hie friend* aad tlu- publla that he bu
forced a copartnership with Mr H Wood, of Miuitrel Hall,
4-14 Broadway, at wHan place he will appear ovary even iug,
and hope* to meet hie friend* in ths.t m? .nlt.ceu? eu I ? .(.>
modl.ua Hall, tn h-? profetalonal capaoity. tie nor i bit en
doavora to pleaa* will meet with th/vt luooca* which bii fa
vorablo and flattering proapeet* now promiie. No elfort >n
bir part will . e apareo to morit tbo pitro. age a goueroua
public beve heretofore aocorde:) him.
GEO. N. HABRUfQTOK,
Profeaaionally known a* GEO RUE CHRIST!'.
BUCKLET'8 OPERA EOUSE, CHINESE HALL, S39
kBroadwav, sear tlto ? reeooit, Uo.no. -Ojoa o>'ery
night, by the colob attd Buckloy'i Now Orleane i.-renadv.ri,
tho olileat ?itabliihod and uioii talented 'i iip^nyin ex ?t
enoe, boing tL* flrit t? iut-oiioco haimi.nyinto au Kthiopiin
entertainment, tho Hr*t to aing Uperatio Choruiea, perrurra
Bur oaqui Opi.raa, Ao., Au.; likevtiee, all (Jp?r?tio C'iomi?ii,
now eung by other "bnnda," wore Brat arrange 1, (at the ?x
pe::ie rf labor and talei t,) by nuotl'y'a Sarenalera. The
management lias the hener of annouuoiag that the Concert*
of this oompanv will etill be oonduoUd in it< preient laaliion
abl ) atyle ? " inn without vulgarity." Conoort ootameaeo* at
7 V. o'clock. Admiiiaion, 2.r> cent*.
ItUCKI.KiS, l'tuprietor*
R. BISHOP BUCR1.8V, Muaieal Direotor.
BARN.IM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM -MONDAY, DEO.
f>? UNC'E TOM'S CABIN thia evening, at 7 o'olook,
and &l*o thin afterroon, at 'i o'oloek, for Mr. C. W. Clarke'*
Uvat fit. The new moral drama oi HOT OUKN will bo pro
ooeefl on Tueiday altjinoou noxt. Admittance to tha whole
Mubeum, to *te tvo liviosj CiiralTei' tne beards! Lady, .te.,
tawt llae the pertorn ai>oer., 'ift ceut*; childr m under ton,
Ii'!-;. teat* In Uit Parquet, UX, cent*; Secured Junta, 60
cent*.
Apollo rooms, 4iu bkoadway.
Sunday, Dkocunkr 4,
OKA.i 11 SACHiiD
VOCAI. AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT
THE NBW YORK1 SAK.N' UER.iUN J.
PART I.
1. Ovo.-tnre to ''Zimpa"? (larolj: 2. "l'rayer, '? Chorus,
by th* Gl-e CI. b Orpbeui? Moiart; 3. Solo, Violin, by Uorr
Thomai? Keriot-; 4. '"lao ?erohor. ' by the Gieo Club Urphoua;
S iinllut, trom th? opera of ' VV illiuui i'ell"? it >esini.
PART 11.
6. Tayd, Over'nra? Mnl.nl; 7. Air from the opora of "La
Flllo du Begiinent," pertormed on the Jjstop'jone o.f licrr
llocl in, (lirst time in America )? Doi.iictti; 5. "Coo'ir ivoe
Big," by tho Cilco Club Orpheus? K> ckon, V. Feat, MaruU?
Thiele.
Conduotor Jules Ungar.
Admisaion 23 oents,
Do<<ra upon at 7; to oommeace at H.
L1T1LE KATY, TUB HOT CORN GIRL, IS TO BE
produutd Ct the National Tuoatret morrow aitirnoi n,
lor tho tint time on any itage, L '.uo Corlelia How ..a ap
pearing a* Little Maty. Ihu performance ooouneu^gj j-; 2
o'clock.
LNCLF. TOM'S CABIN in the nveoing, m h Mrs. G. C.
Howard in her origiual character of Topsy.
Liitle raiy, the hot con i ihl, and unole
TOM'S CABIN, at the National i heatre -LI i'1'LK
KATY to moirow afiemo^n, and the great UNCLE TOM in
tb> ovenii g.
Ibe Nattonnl will hereafter plvo ontcrtaiaieeata every af
ternoon. Little Cordelia liowa'd appear* a* LUtlolvaty and
Eva. roeure placoa cariy. Mr.', o. C. Howard appear* in
her inimitable aud original chirac.er of Topav.
L1T1VE RATY, TDK HOT CORN GIRL, WILL BE
produced at the National Theatre, to morrow aUaraooD,
tor tno first ti no on any stage. Little Cordelia Howard ap
peal j as Littlo Katy. UNCi.B ToM'S C.tii N >siil be per
iormed in the evotjing, with Mrs. U. C. lloward la Iter ori
I inal charaotcr of Top*}'.
OIGNORBUTZ, STDYVE<?AVT rN3TM UTR, NO 6 :.9
(J Briadnay.? Come and laugh. The eecrot of lite is to
be happy. Iho ear auuited, tJu eye deaei.'ea, aad t e uiiad
a?toriBlicd. Spirit r.avpii.g aid Table Moving movement
explained; Ve..?ri'(qoi?tn, Magic, aid tho Canary Birds,
every evening, at 7 o'clock, an j on Wedneiday.an 1 Saturday
alternoon, at 3 o'clock. Admission, '2!> ceau, ohiljren, 1 1%
cent*.
UNCLE TOM'B CABIN.? 8TRAMGER8 AMD OiVl
sen* at* informed that the National Theatre I* th* ;vtN
plao* in New York where my version ot tbia Mloknt*?A plsj
oaa bo wUbom*4.
After It having keou performed at tho Troy Masctun IE
night*, it was produced bt Mr. Pnrdy at U* theatre, UtaaM
In Chatham street, neai Roosevelt, and ha* boon nertoribw
thoro .snooessfully every night *inoe the 18th ol .daly, (.-,1m
every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon,) with tho veitk
rol wonder, Uttlo Oordeha Howard, a* tho Eva, o! whick gfel
!* the original in Amoriaa.
Thla is to oantlon tho pnblle that an f othet plea* ann< ? w
od from amy other e*tabU.thxn*at ia N?w York is not uy ? <?
don. O. L. AI&AK
Aathor of Unolo Tom'* Gabu, a* perforated at tho NaMjt
al Theatre, New York, and when it wUl bo oontinaed evi
o re ? lug, and every Wednesday and Saturday alternoon, in
nig the remainder of tho year 18iA
Musical? wanted, a good violinist and a
good t*l ad (ingor, of uu nitsti -nabl* character, to
travel with a di*tiagui*aed ?x' ibiuon. To suoh aiwi salary
will be gi\ eu and a puimiueut ODgtgnmeat. Applieants oall
at 41 Carmine street, fxoii 10 till o'olook on Monday, f<th
Deoetnber.
nAifcnro academies.
1?EKKER0'S DANCINll AC A D KM V, NO. f>7 WK3 T
J F.urte'ntli eticet.? jwadamo iJuoruul Forrtro nil ltd
ward I'o.Ttro r.apaotiully inform their patrona sad t'u pab
]i; that tboir acadomy in new open. and pupils may e.itor .it
ill timca dutin* tie aoaaoii. lorni* ladioa' and miet'ra'
elaeeoa, W edDeadaya. Saturdiya, Uoudayi aad TburaWy*, at
3 }j I* M. ; (ftnt.emon a ovcuin^ tla?a, Tu*ad*ye and Fulava,
at"7,'? o'clock; cm !<aturd>y evening, at 7.li o'clock, a cliMfor
paouninft. l'nvute l??avna and cliunt id lamlliotaBdaoU >ola
attctdeo; toircaa Riven aa u.-uai. N?r?l new ianoej ?jl
i(uHdriUv> will to introduced during the?eaa?n.
CI BAND A POLL! Mi V, NO. IS BOND Si RKfcT. - ??RO
T feiaor Sarao o h%? tho honor to appril? bia frlcud* that
at the aulioitati'>n o' bia nun etc us pupila h? will Rlvo hie
third graud aotrfe, at hia aplcndid danMuR aoa?e>ny, on
TMNMNP owuIur, ; censor o, ln.? !. Tioket* (2 each; oan
bo bad bt tho aLo?o aoaiUmy by making prompt applioation.
tho tiokeU being limited iu number. N. B. ? i'rol. Snraooo
tivoa ((..?? i-H every day aa vautl.
Moke new clvsses- brookes- dancing
Academy, !W1 Ilroume atreet, between Broadway and
tho Bowery.? ibe pupils ot the preavnt aawon are miking
moat rapid prapnta bo} cud all precedent. In una oourao ot
luaiuua aro taught the p.ika, tho p <lk? mar.ourka, acot ijoh.\
polku r^w'i a, * ?lu<> i.i.d i|uud iilo* i l .Ii'Iib. altera on
cla.a on 1 noadaya and J'ridaja, iro n 3 until ti j'ol ck Woo
i lenniL'a <?!??* 'i ucsitaya and I'cidny*, from "until II P. .11.
Mi?. O?eok a' e/aninij olat> f'ir laii M e*oiuaiv'y, *f?dn ??
day and . aturrtay from 7 uutil 'J o'clock, ^ppiuation t.>r
either LlruK or pilv?to Iomou* rtceirod at a 1 houra.
IWYClOOWSr^C^
L1KENCII EHBKOlDkHiK}! KltF.NCU E* Art)ID?Kl?S:
J} Frcnth embr?iJ?ri?a-Jutt received at K* HHHl'S,
,i,'J Itroadvtay, carter of Niu^n stict.
G1 REAT SACRIFI 'KS IN RICH CLOAK AMJ li BESS
I tiimmluRa, aploudid galoon*, Ao.; a e?>, great reduction
. n the la'.o pnoa* u( our don imported fcatior*, nplendid rib
lot.*, rllk velvet*, aatin*, and fauoy aillta, Ji ?. M li. LICU
1 EISb'lAIN, riboon atora, No. UU Bontr/, cornor of lla^tur
?treat
PARIS CLOAKS AND 'fAIJI A1.? SOMK EXTRBMhLT
baautlful DovalUea hare j art been rsaeired, and will be
olio tod lot (ale tbia week, at tbe Pari* Mantilla Ruporiam,
Mi lire ad way, where may at all timoa be ayes tho Urgust,
rich >*t, and moat varied aoaortmjnt in tbo oily. Ladlee may
her* aeleet from urwarda or five thouaand eleKaut aa>;n,
?loth aad velvet oioaka, talmaa and mantUlaa, all ot Pariiiaa
maaulaoture or iuifn, and at aitremaly moderate prioaa.
OKO. BOLi'lN.
PARIS KMBROIDKKIED ClUMlSETTE". SLEEVES,
ooilara, liandkerohiofa, oap?, handa La tin oan now be
auited at ROBERTS'. 7t>9 Bread* ay, eornor of Niat'j atreet.
N. B.? All kinai of rieb laoe aetten oa band*.
Silks, laces and KMBROinEitiEs, in a a re at
vtrlety if itylei, from the m i~t eeie<ira'?d manufaotnr
eta of Europe alio, ele<aut fancy artiel. ? f >r holiday pre
aenta, Juat recei-ed. A. KEuli A CO , 7(17 Broadway, tbre*
doora i Wit N nith atrcct.
Three davs later news-from auotion-7oo
tmbroidored handkerohiora, from 4a. to ti* ; &0l) en
kroidcr^d collara, from la. to ?*. ; ilUO larr* poiuted oolKra
from Oa. to S'l, .t4n iu'anU' ro ?ee, at (3; iV) mlauu' froeaa,
at !?<?; l.bUU infautj' taiua <rou la. to 12a ; .'5*1 ladle*'
oinbr?i<lere<i akirta, al lie ; '**1 blaok tlirnal voili, from 111.
to fe'l; iJ1 doren bcmkiod aiit'li I, unci k?r jhiil*, at per
dor. hADllkM A Sl'diWAH'r, No. 77D Bioadway, weat end,
tear (iraco Chureh.
it'onmu, m:.
1 \OC LOST.-FIVTK IM?i^.AKS k'.WARO W-n,L BE
J ' pai-' l?r a S.otoa torrtrr. waito aod brown oulor, an
a*e.'* to whe nunie ot fec^tl,(iQ a* in roturu lo No. 7 i'ara plaoo,
? lir noe he etrayeii un i?tnrilay.
Oil AN(>IIA K FOW1A? A Fi?.E I. or Of THE ABOVE
tj brwed, Just importoJ, lor a?lo *? a>ti South atruot.
? ... .... -- ._ ?
C1.0AK IWBM TRIMIttnoT
RTOH CLOAK OAUAtONS, VELVET, HEAL OIMPUai
laeeo and dree* truncuif*. ot t!'* rtobMt deeoripttoa
ir rnuruL-t i. UMU14 so La
-Dow* opoa >t IK; to hdmim >1 T o'alook.
?aiac, December 8, trill bo porforaod
BlOADVif
Vwlu tftdai, i _
ADRlCNNE.
Adrioaao Loooavreur Mill Dareaport
Prine***. ...... Mr*. Abort
Awseilqu* Mr*. N vgt*
Marchione** Mr*. Hoar*
Harooeao Mr*. Bara%r*
Kile. Jouram.t Mr*. M
Dtke Hr Bury
The Abb* Mr. Howari
Mi. hounet Mr. Davidge
Count da Saxe . . .Mr. Pope
Mob*. Qniaaolt. .Mr. Walter* . __ _
fu ft* ui .Ml** A daUid* Frio*
NAVAL ENGAGEMENTS.
Admiral Mr. Wliltiu* | Mr*. Houtifox . , . Mr*. T?oMS
Lieutenant. .. .Mr. Oroivenor I Mis* Mortimer. . .Mr*. VfitrM
LBLO'S GARDEN. ? ITALIAN OPERA. ? LAS
night but ob* ot th* Scasoa.
ON MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 5.
For th* fifth tin* In Now York, Meyrrboer Mi SarArtt
Grand Opera, la At* acta, oallad
TBI FkuPBIT,
ii faorrr*.
with bow loenory, by M?e*r*. Channing and Felix Caka: MV
dreo*eo, by Mr. Maaaadri and Mr*. Bawaiai, formerly mm
tor* of th* wardrebe of tbo Theatre* of Lb Baal* aad feb.
Carlo, orpcoMlr engaged for this rooaaioa; maohiaory few
Meeara. P. Phrlan and a**i*taut?, under th* oaro of W.Sm
Moore, Stage Manner of Nifelo'l Oard*n; propartioo, kit
Bylveswr and th* full* witg onri Tailed oast:?
N
Joan of . . . . Blpot BaM
ride*, bio mother Mhwe
Bertha, bio brldo Sig'na Bertwaoa
Zaoebairia*. an Asabaptfet
Jonas, aa AaaktplM. % TM
Mathias. aa Anabaptist ..Of *??
Count Obortbal flfe Boaevoatoa*
A .... .??. QtM*
PobobbIo, Soldiery Prioot*, Ao.
Ia tbo third aat. Grand PaB DB REDOWA aad QUiB
R1LLB, by M'lla* Loader, Dronot, Doaar, aad iho Corf* ?B
Ballot.
Time of tbo action la 1690. Tbo frit sart take* plaoo la MkB
ooantry la Hollaad, Boar Dortrauht tbo aoeoad, ia aa iaalB
Lrydon; tbo third, la a forest ia Wootpballa; tMflCovtfc Ml
fifth, ia tbo oity of Maa*tor.
PRICE OP ADMISSION, OMB DOLLAJL
Soonrod I oat*, ia the da* tin* only, $1 (0.
Seat* may bo toonrod dally, at M***r*. Hall A Soa'a, OTa
139 Broadway, opposite tbo Park, aad at Niblo'* OaMMb
from V o'olook in too momlag ttntil ( ia tko otibIu.
Door* open at 6X; porformane* to ooatmosoe at 7K.
WALLACE' 8 THEATRE, BROABWAY, NEABBBOMOI
?treat.? Door* open at 6K; to ooaaoM* at t o*o l*?k
Monday evening. Dtaember 5, will bo P*rtormo4
THE l'OOR GENTLEMAN.
Sir Robert Mr. Blake 1 1 orporal Mr. ChiepOBdala
Dr. Ollapod. ..Mr. Brougham | llurrowby Mr. Thompaem
Frederick. . Mr. Lester | Cropland Mr. KiVMaftl
W"rthington Mr. Ljott | Emily Mr*. CobwH
The Hon. MU* Lucrttia Mustek Mr*. Bkfi
BLEAK. MOUajL
Sir Leicester Dodlook, Bart Mr. PbdQtM
rnrroydrop . -Mr. Brougham | Tcmiychora . ... .. .Mr. Dyott
Bnokct , . . . .V.Mr
Brougham Tullinghora. Mr. DyeS
.Mr. Loiter LadyDodlook. ..Mr*. Conway
Thompion E*th*r Mi** E. Emooii
CHRISTY'S AMERICAN OPERA HOUSB, MO.
Broadway, above Graad (treat
OPEN ETBRT NIGHT.
The noil known original, far-famed, and only
CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS.
Organ lied la 1SU.
Tbo firot and oldoot eatetlishtd company ia existoBM,
TBE MODEL TROUPE Or THE WORJBD,
Th* firot to harmoalaa Negro Malodie*, aad orig'
pr?*ent popular *tyl* of Ethiopian Entertal
who** (uoceu ia till* alty, tor a ooittaual saooesMea i.
year* pact, li without prooodont la tbo annals tt
amusement ia Now York.
TUB COMPANY,
comprising a vereatile and talented " oorpo" if i_
Kformore, oadar th* diraetioa aad persoaal *up
WIN P. CHRISTT, Sole Proprietor aad Mi..
only individual at thi* timo, or previens, of tbo
Chriity, oagagod a* a performer ia representations of
plan Minstrelsy.
Adm lotion. 28 o*at?. Door* opaa at 6X o'olook; ONHMM
at 7 H o'olook.
JULLIEN'S CONCERTS.
M?1 KOl'OLITAN HALL.
M. JCLL1EN ha* the honor to anuoanoe that, la o*?
quence of the unprreedtnted auoon** wliioli ha* atkonAoA.Ul
Concert* in Sew Vork, lie will givo auoiher aetie* of
ONE MON l'U,
oemmenclng on Monday. December A, and terminating .vitfc B
GRAN 1> BAL PARE,
( a Monday eTening, L)eoembtr6, for tha Ronefit of
THE ST. OfcwttUE'a AND iiKL'i'lftH 1'lturtcTlYE EML
GRANT BOClAlk.
FAliT I.
Ovetture? "/auber fi?t?' Mn*rt
Bole, Cornet a I'iiton ''Solitude" AngoUn*
Herr Koeuig.
Symphony? ' Tlie Ardunle," from the eelufcratod
Bi.rprife Symphony Hayta
Aria? ' Vettrai Carina" (Ur*t tino'i from tha Opera
ol "lion Juan" UmHI
M'lla Anna /.err.
Solo, Contra Baaso? On 'I'hcmeg from Roisini'*
opera of 'H illlam Toll' BottMial
SUnor Botceaiui.
Symphony? The "Finale A llegro Motto''. .. Moaaift
Quadrille A'ationr.1? "The Amerisan I llltow
riBT n.
Tbo Englliih National Anthem, "Cod Save th*
Queen," arranged for full orohastra, by JnHhUI
Grand Operatic Selection and fantasia, from tha
opera ot "Don Juan" Mosart
Alpine Melody? "Forgi t Mo Not" Charlo* Haaa
M'dlle Anna /err.
Value ? " La Prima Donna" Jalllaa
Sole, Clarionet? "Air. with Krilliant VsriaM'iu*". .. . WaUla
M. Wuilla.
Palk? "Ibo Katydid;" er, ' Souvenir* of Caetle
Garden and Autumn" JalHoa
Quadrille National ? The BnglUii" JulUOK
r.dn,i?6ion, jnu dollar to all part* tf th* houio, oa ttaU o*'
eaaioB. Scat* not reaorvod
Dotrs open at 7 o'clnok. Co *ert to oommeneo at (.
??N TUESDAY. DKCtlMuLK (i,
Overture? "Baracolle" (ll??t Hue) Aafcat
Duet? Sis Bcttetiul and M. Wuitle, (tiiat time.)
Solo, Frtnch Horn? M llonnobruR^er, (ttrat tim?.|
Qnadnlle? Hungarian, (first timo.)
NEW YORK AMPHITHEATRE, 37 BOWERY.? ENTOUI
change ot pcrformsuoj for Monday, Tmoiday, aad ITil
neaday, Decembers, 6. and 7.
Flrtt appearance of MON H. MARION.
First appea-anc* of th* SYLVKBTKH BROTHERS.
Iir?t appear anoe of MR. GEO SERGEANT.
Tli* celebrated Dancing Horse MaY FLY will appoMt CM
the tlr*t time this aeaat u Madame Franooni, Mi** laifi
Nathans, Moss. CUiarini, and th* other tilonted porfo
in favorite aotr.
Boxat, 25 oents; Pi*, 125i eents: Deterred Feat*, BO I
Broadway menagerie and museum, no. m
Broadway, bow opea for tbo souto, with II* MM
?nperb oollootlon of
LIVING WILD ANIMALS
?vor exhibited la Now York, including a oolosoal 1
tnd the proat Elephant Hannibal, the largs*t over
Berr Drietbaoh. tho far famed Lion King, will oal_
den* of hi* Trained Animal* at 12, (noon,) 3, 8, and lU f
Alio to I* seen, without extra oliarge, the real, voritHH
B1AM ESS TWINS,
with two of thtir ohildren. Honr* ot reooptloa from n 1
to 1 P. M., from 2 to 4, and 7^ to V>( P. M Also, tbo
derful f.ati of Mr. Nellis, the "m*n without arms."
Open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Admission, 23 oeatli
ran under t*a, halt price.
Franklin museum, its Chatham sireet, gmx
Lea, Proprietor. ?Tho above eotabliihmintii opaa o*M|
afternoon, at 1 o'eleak, and in tho ovtning, at 7K. fs* tkt
nurnoio of " Classlo *nd original ropresentationa of Uftag
statuary," by M'Uo Castinot's Troupe of Madol Altlsta. t^
gather with a variety of beautiful perform an oes. Tot MM!
part ienlais, seo bills of oaeb day. Admission: ? Seats ia mm
vate bozos, 00 cents; stan seats, with euahionod ana sblMk
VH conts; boxes, 25 oonw; gallery. cents.
BANVARD'S HOLY LAND, AT TOE UEORAMA. OT
Broadway, oxblbited overy evening, at 7X, and WMh?
day and Satnrlay afternoons, at I o'olook. AdmlMtoa, ?
eonto. Front leats. fit,' otato.
NEW 1 ORK ACADEMY OF MITSIC.-THE DIRECT9BS
of the New York Aoademy of Musis are prepared to 1+
ojive proposals for the leaiing of the Academy far m osieal
entertainment*, by the *?a*on, year, or teim of year*. Tta
h' tis* is 313 feet in depth on fourteenth itrtet, by 113 foot oa
Irving plar?, nnd will aroominodate, e^rafortaaly itaia^
nt*r l.WA) persin*. The stage i* 73 fret in depth, arraagaAoa
tbo Luroptaa plan, wi h btook soenery tor tour ilwllli
opt ids. The luilditg will be r?tdy for ooonpatioa earlyla
the tpring. All pr- posal* to bl addressed (p>st paid) to
JAMES 111 A 1. EN, President, or WM. H. PaINK, Sooa*.
tary, -17 Wall street.
MUSICAL.
MELODEONS. ? 8. D. A H. W. SMITH'S MELODL
are tnned in the temperament ; the hunrav to M
cord in the remote key i a* it i* in the common ; the eilf
lodcou* *e tuned, and caqueitionabl^r the belt. N. B. ? Thaw
in another hour* o' the nemo of Muiih, therefore uk fee B.
I). A 11. W. bmi'b'n molodoo e.
llOKACii WATERS, Sol* Agent. 333 BronAwn*.
VSff SONGS, JCST PUBLISH ID.? "COME SIM
IN that Sorg Again," by 8. C. Msniott, 23 oeate; aiikK
if "Come while the Moonlight Beami." "Ban Battel
Gram. "*ong and ohorea. b? M C. Wateon, 23 oent*; euu to
Buikli jr'? 8eri nad era w ih imrnt nie applau**. "Alice Olatv*
*oig. )y L Heath, anther of "The .Grave of Bonaparte/*
25 cent i. "TheOd Ilomeatoad," by the lame author anM
cumpocor, 25 centi. " The Monnuin Echo," by the HtMk
Inson (Family. 25 cenU, *ung by tnem for three yaar* wttto
the rr?* Uit applauie. "Eva to ber Papa," eonr, by Q. C.
Howard, 25 *oot>; *nng by Little Cordelia Howard lath*
areat drama of ' Cnol*|fom ? t'asin " "Ttio Proioott Uotm
I'clka," by Vanderweyke, 60 oent*; with a beautiful yignott*
if thin magnificent hotel. Published by HORACE IfATUUV
.'Wj Broadway, h le agent lor J. G.lbort A Go.'* piano*, 8. O.
A II. Smith'* melodoon*, and Martin'* unrivalled guitnM.
M. B.? Second band jianos at great bargain*.
IMM'KimOll.
AN ENGLISH GENTLEMAN DESIRES TO MAKE THB
acquaintance of a Spaniah lad/, for the pnrpoee of im
provement la tbe SpnnUh language, for whiea a modetato
e< mpenaation will be paid. It will not roqniro a thoroaaifi
educated penon, ae It ii the aecent which 1* required. RM
adorta* O., Herald office.
ALADT, TEACHING THE FRENCH, GEEMlN,
Italian languagei, and made, wlohe* to got a fow
pupil*. For partloniar*, inquire at Union ttroet, trot
iolt hand aide from Clinton ? rcet, Brooklyn.
ACARD.-THE SUBSCRIBES RESPECTFULLT AM
aounoe* to the oltir.en* of Now York, Brooklyn, Wil
li, nislurg and Jertev City, that hi* new and elegant raoma
are row opon day ana evening for in*traetl'a in ponmMMkte
and bookkeeping. A liberal deduotlon will be made to pat
tlee cl three or more per* a*. fltrangen any reoelve a wuw
of wri'ing leeooni ia three day*. The Inatraetlon 1* tktraeA,
and improvement guarantied to all, old ant young. Cafta
and circular* may bo had at Uio room*, 3W Broadway, MRHI
of franklin itreet. OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH.
? 1 ?
IpKEKCH LANGUAGE. ? PROF. P. LAOROIX, WB
1 Broadway, oontlaaa* to rooeira now paril* for U*ro(A
imti action in the Prenoh language, imparting to tbem to u*
(ihortoat period of time, the ability to apeak It with iMMf
and comotaeea. Apply before 11 A. M., or after (P.M.
OCULISTS AND AURISTS.
THO THE DEAF.? DR. LDTENER, AUEIST AND OOV
? U*t, 438 Broadway, aontheaat oornor of Grand itM|
bog* to I.- form hi* pat ent* and the doaf
further notioo ho oan bo ooalulted daily rromM
P M. Saturday* and Taaaany* free to th? poor,
are eaattone<V aaalaat aaaoka-^^^^^^^^H
or of Srattd *toa%
ssrttsria
Ik* poet. Jit Sm
JODXCALr
1 \R. COOl'ER, NO. H MUANE STREET, MAT
U *ultod with oonfldeaoo. HI* praotioo i* OTOt to
year* at hi* proaoat office.
DH. COHBMTT. NO. 19 BUANE STREET, EMTWMSBM
Chatham and William mar be huiM. Jot
Vt. C. I* a member of the Nov Tki Unirocuty. BMW
diploma in hi* oflloo.
R. JOHNSON, 11 DUAJTE STREET, MAT B1CHB
united on dieeaoa*. Dr. J. I* a rep i arty odaiatod MA
?>ao. See hi* diploma in hi* oSea. MMlmf 4.K1
9 P. M.
Dr. ralph.? houm of oman oom
from! toll A. M.andt to f P. K, W
If*. MS aorrtoa otreet .now Woof.
Mm larmont, parie an? lonbom phthou*
? ? and inrgeon, at hi* eld oftoa. tt MMAo Ml
rnraer of Broadway. OIBee hoar* from W A. EL MU IK||
g,?u^n < uii ova 9> ??-?

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