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cwbM, a s will be teen from iIm following extra 3 1 of a jotter, daw<i to her Not. 28, 1856: ? baiH aU( k-I have been re/used oavmeot at the order for two pounds Risen jou *>y Messrs. Bocni, u'Boirue A Oo , at Hew York, dated Oct. 18, nuou th? Royal Bulk of Ireiaad, sr the K'ound that the b >uae of Kocbe, o> be true * &>. have ?lore<l their account with tbo Royal Bank. there are other parties whine ntmes appear as com plainants a garnet the aocused, and who have licewue hoot uetrauood is the above manner. Patiick Breanon appears to have placed four pounds in ths band* of the accused, to be forwarded to Ireland, for whith be received a draft upon the Royal Bank, wnich wan also protested, the accused having no account in the above bank. On the 10th of October Michael Joyce appears to have boon do'randed in the same manner to the extent of ?12. Of lato many comnlatnta have been made against O' Bierne, and it was found necessary by the authorities to plaee a strict watch upon the movements of this indivi dual. Officer Homier had a man stationed at the offloe of the company to warn persons against depositing any no My with the defendants, tolling them that they would be nwind ed out of their earnings should they place their tra?t in this banking concern. When the prisoner was arrested he denied that he was tfee man mentioned in the affidavits, and autumed an air mi injured innocence. The policeman h ?d a great deal of trookle to find him, and at lastsaeaeeded in eatohing him as he was about to cross the Fulton terry. ? O'Beirns was brought jefcro Justice Osborne, at the Mayor's office, where he was held to answer tie charge. He gavo in bail t> tho amount of 11,900. The eximm.ijn to to take place on Saturday. City lnt?Ill|MM> A PusmiTiON. ? Captain Lewis Parriih, master of the Waited States mail steamship Jamestown, ha# been presented with ft handsome silver cream cup by a portion of the officers and crew of tho aloop-of-war Dale, m a alight token of their respect and esteem for his conduct to them while en a voyage from Norfolk, Va., to this port, during tho past month. Tho oup is handsomely en graved, and bears a representation of Mount tenon, the ?<sMen?e of Washington, encircled with J.%tars and ?tripes. ka m TtiK Rirna.- Navigation has been greatly imped ed during the past four days by the laige quantities of Booting ice in the rivers and bay. The ferry boats on the East liver are compelled to intermit many of their trips, and the Pock slip ferry boats have stopped for half a day at a time. People living in neighboring cities have been put to great inoonvenience, and the ice is justly rej garde d as a very great nuisance. It is not in large packs, but in floating pieces, that become wedged in tne slips, preventing the ferry boats from reaching their destina tion. Some time ago, a proposition was made by Col. Steven a to run booms acroo- the river, in suoh a manner as to confine the ice to certain places, and then when the tides were favorable let them sweep out to sea, but keep the river below Harlem clear. This subject is certainly worthy the attention of some of our city scientific Insti tutions. SnUMKK Plymocth Root.? All the necessary prepara tions for removing the steamer Plymouth Rock from City Island, where she has been ashore for some time pa it, are now complete. She has been placed in an u aright and perfectly easy position, and is only waiting for the breaking away ef the ioe, when she will be taken out ton her bed and brought to the city. Fives In K?w York. Pitt Strkkt. ? A about 8 o'clo jk Wednesday night, as Ca tharine MeGuire was going to the coal cellar of the house No. <6 l'itt street, xhe fell, upsetting the contents of a fluid lamp on her clothing, which took tire, and so se verely burned her person that she is not expected to survive. Pakk Row. ? About half-past 11 o'clock Wednesday night, a fire was discovered In a water closet In the rear of No. 26 Park How, occupied by Baldwin, Studwell & Kisber, wholesale boot and shoe dealers; it was extin guished before any damage was done. Personal Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Liverpool, in steamship Baltic? Mr O P Dormau and lady nr 1) H Wtckham and lady, Mr G 8 Wiekham, Miss L E Sbepard, Miss Ann K Twiddle, Mr O 8 Norris and lady. Mrs ? Owner and sen, Mrs A Murray. Mrs B Cameron, 8 F Beau mont and lady, J Berbecker and ladv, Nathan Hurst, Andrew Msunt. J Proebstrlng, K tward Fuller, John E Amory, Capt John W Arey, Henry Baton, John Bloane, Wm Greenfield, H Oinnell, D B Winter. F Lottner. L Vincent, A Dambmaun, KW Montgomery, Andrew Smith, H A Garrett K A Fan ?ha we, AW Little, 8 W Fox, M F Hunt, R H Daly, J J Haines, D L Cohn, Km lie Qranier, J W Easter, J Holland, (J B Wickleman, J Benjamin. W H smith, Jas Grower, J 0 Walklnsbaw, Jas HuUlvan, Ohs Lawson, Edw Uissett, M Fleutei, Mr Keonedv, Mr Thomas, Mr Alexander, Mr Rakielwich, Miss lie Renter, Mrs E Morgan, Geo Free land, E Wookey, W Bishop, J (lilies pie. f) Brown, W Dixon, R Harris, L stern, J Brown, f Lynes. J McDonald, J Rlgg, G M Mitchell, W Ilsley , J B Clements, W H Edwards. Total 76. Anson's Large Size Baguerreotypei for 90 eenta, colored, and in a nice case, twice the slzp of others taken lor 60 cents, and equal to those made elsewhere for 92. ANBON'S. 689 Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. Cameo? Daguerreotypes^? These Miniatures era the most flattering ever introduced to the nubile. One In stantaneous sitting only required, at WILLIAMSON'S, Brook lya? Fuiton ferry. Splendid Ambru types, Colored or Plain. Price 91. Photographs, whole size, $V, taken at B. A. LEWIS'S, 142 Chatham st., opposite National theatre. No connection with any other gallery. Wanted a first rate daguerreotype artist, none other need apply. Magic Portraits of the People for 35 cents. photographs, 93; lampratypes, 91 60; stereoscopes, 91 to 96. blxty picture* an hour struck off daily&by HoLBES' patent machinery, 289 Broadway. Photographs.? The Colored Photographs for which the highest prize, a gold medal, waa awarded at the last fair of the American Institute, can be seen at ROOT'S Gallery, 363 Broadway. Caution to the Public? Since the Introduction ot my Schiedam schnapps Into the United States. a number of liquor mixers in New York, Boston nod Philadelphia la?e commenced putting up mixed and potion gin, im calling It scknapps; that name beongs ex press) y to my article, all others are counterfeits aud Imposi tions on the public. CAUTION TO PERSONS WHO ORIKK AT BARS AND HOTBUt Numerous complaints are made 01 persons who keep bar* ae steamboats and In hotels, who fill my empty bottles with eemmon gin, and sell It to the unsuspecting tor my Schiedam aromatic schnapps. I would therefore- advise all who drink the schnapps at such places to mark < the appearance of the bottle, and If the outside wrapper or label should be defaoed, to refuse to drink unless a fresh bottle is opened. UDOLPHO WOLFE, Sole msnnfacturer and importer, 18, 30 and 22 Beaver street. Buy your Shirts at flTLaughlln's Shirt manuiaciory, corner of Chambers and Greenwich streets; wholesale and retail; all well made, and buttons sewed on with linen thread. Warranted as represented or money ref unded. Shirts made to measure. Motto? One price. India Rubber Gloves, for Chapped Hands, salt rheum, Ac. They bleach the hands and render them smooth and soft; an excellent protection in sweeping. For sale at all India rubber stores and at 36 John street, up siairs. Singer's Sewing machines.? All Persona who wish for information in regard to sewing machines, can obtain it by applying at our office for copies ot "I. M. Singer ft Cs.'s Gazette,'' a psper devoted entirely to the sewing ma ehine interests. Copies supplied gratis. I. M. SINGER ft CO.. 328 Broad wan. Great Fire In Syracuse. Another proot of the superiority ot Stearns ft Marvin's Wil der 's Patent, Salamander Safe. Syracuse, Jan. 8, I860. Messrs. Stearics ft Marvin. Hew York:? Gentlemen ? We had a large tire in this city on the morning st tbe 6th tnst, consuming property to the amount ot $200,000! The Welting Block took Ore about 6 o'clock, and before 8 s'elock the entire block was tn ashes, making an Intense heat. In that Ore was one of your sates, sold Professor Welting, which wss on the third floor, and tell to the bottom of the cel lar, and after being exsoeed to the keat tor fifty two hours, was taken out of the rubbish, still red hot, and on belug opened me eontents were found preserved, not snowing the least signof Use, thereby saving some 930,000 in notes and cash securities. The Fire King safe did not stand the test; there were three ot them in the tire, two of which were used up. We shall send Ike full D articular* when the Professor gets home. Tours, respectfully, NORTON, BRADLEY ft CO. Salamanders of any desirable size or pattern aud ot improved Aslsh, secured by Brennan's powder aud burglar proof la Belle lock, may be found, at reduced prices, at the depot, 146 Water street, N. Y. HTRARNS ft MARTIN Herring's Patent Champion Fire and Bur glar proof safe, with Hall's patent powder proof lock Both received prize medals at thb World's Fair, London, 1851, and Crystal Palace. New York, 1801-'54. SILAS C. HKRRING ft CO., 136, 137 and 139 Water street, N. Y. Whiskers or Moustaches Forced to Grow in six weeks, by my onguent, which will not stain or injure the skin. 91 a bottle; sent to any part ot the country. K. G. GRAHAM, 686 Broadway; Hays, 176 Fulton street, Brooklyn; Zeiber, 44 South Third street, Philadelphia. feflasce Salamander Safles. ?Robert M. Pat SICK Is the sols mannfMturer in tbe United States of the abase celebrated safes and patent powder proof defiance locks ^gdsiroaa bars. Depot No. 192 Pearl street. one deor below Ckitrtadoro'i Hair Dye, Wigs and Toupees excite admiration among all oonnoisieitra in art. A suite ot elegant private apartments for applyinrhis Incomparable dye, lbs only reliable article ot Its kind. Wholesale and retail at OHRISTADORO'H, No. 6 Astor House. Batchelor'a Hair Dvtj-Wlgi and Toupee*. ?The best In the world. This unrivalled and original dye Is applied In twelve private rooms. Matehelor's wigs and tou ys? have Improvement* over all others, being chef d'usuvres af elegance and durability, peculiar to this establishment. BATCH BLOB'S. 288 Broadway. A. Pet-ftuned Breath.? What Lady or Gen tleman would renMn under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when by using tbe "Balm of a Thousand Flowers" as a dentifrice would not only render it sweet, but leave the teeth white as alabaster ? Many persona do not know their breath Is bad, and the subject is so delicate, their friends will asver mention It Pour a single drop of the " Halm'' on your tooth-brush, and wash the teeth flight and morning. A fifty nest bottle will last a year. For sals by FBTBIDCB ft 00., ?rsprletora, an 4 all druggists. Hoe tetter's Stomach Bitten Correct the Ap petite, Impart tone to the system, forces off the bile and all Im pure secretions, regulates the bowels, gives tis strength of body and vigor of mind, and are the wonder at the age for dissipat ing dpsyeptie tendencies. In all eases of physical prostration, palpitation, dizziness, great fhtlgue. Ac., it is surprising how soon the patient finds relief. No ramlly can aflora to be with out It It requires no addition of spirits. Sold, la full quart bottles, by all hotels, grocers, druggists, Ac. Eitremelv pa latable. llARNKti ft 1'aRK, .104 Broadway, corner of nuane street, general medicine and native wine depot. The Great Inhaling Remedy Ibr Asthma, consumption, and all diseases of the throat and lung*? Dr. CURTIS' hygeana. Thousands have been restored to health (he past year by the hygeana. Principal offlre 343 Broadway, and sold by C. H. Ring, 195 Broad wav. Price only 93 a pack XDr. Curtis will be at the office daily, from 10 to 3 o'clock, e he may be consulted free ot charge. Holloway'a Ointment and Pllla are aston Ishlng remedies for srmfula and all skin diseases. As salt penetrates meats, so will this ointment reach the affected parts, fr rubbed in enernally. Hold at tbe manufactories, ,*> Maiden lane, New York, and 224 Strand, London, and by all druggists, at 26c. t!2)^o. and 91 per pot or box. Chaps, Chattel, Cranks, Pimples, Freckles, eruptions, Ac . positively cured by GOURARD'S Italian medi cated soap. Poudre senile uproots hair from low forheads, or any psrf of the bodv Lily white, roure, h?lr dye aad restora ft re. . 1 thepld rlor.o' (T Wal) <r -AW '-Tit X'yiJ 1,-jai BrJI'l ??/. I Oa Wtdnenday, Jan. 23. by the Rot. John N. HtUod, D. D., Robot G. Pollock to Miss Janb Hi.nton, all of this city. On Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, at Hope Chapel, Broad way, by Key. Allen Steele, ramiDoaa C. Dmbkow, of Brook lyn, L. D.. aad Mia* Maby Janb, aldeet daughter of Daniel Ureen vault, K?q ., of this city. Ixxkport (N. Y.) papers pleaM copy. On Monday, Jan. 21, by Kev. June* Millet, at hie resi <lence, No. 171 K*at Horeuieenth street, Gko. W. UAHrtKoao to Amanda t. Foukm, all of this ctty. At Woodlawn, Columbia county, N. Y., oa Tuesday, Jan. 22, by Rev. R. C. Putney, Joiin C. Avaulb of Hud eon, to Mi?a Sopbla Johkpuink, da jghter of Hiram W. I Hi eon, of the former place. At Philadelphia, on Wednesday, Jan. 9, by the Rer. Joeeph Kennard, John A. Bmlchlbk, lata of Baltimore, to Mm. Mahy E. Dkianky of Philadelphia. Baltimore and Philadelphia paper ? please eopy. At Lewlaburrough, Weetcheater county, on Wednesday, Jan. 23, by Rev .David H Short, Mr. ettaa.r Brown, of thia city, ta Miaa Soj-iiia, daughter of Amos Raymond, Esq , of the former place. Died. On Tuesday evening, Jan. 22, Miaa Mabuarr Aim Praij, daughter of Abraham Prall, deceased. lea relatives and friend* are respectfully invited to at tend the funeral, thia afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from ber late tericeuce, No. 33 Union plaee, without farther invi'Btioa. On We?li>e?cuy nK>'tlog, Jan. 23, at Perslppenny, Mof. ris ooun'y, N. J., fii?Ji)owt Chawhbilln, late of Hoboaen, in the aid ) ear ot in age. The illative* and frienda of the family are requested to attend the funeral, to day, at 2 o'cloc* p. M., in St. Paul's chu.ch, Hoboken, without further invitation. Oa Wednesday morning, - Jan. 23, David Maloom Irvtnb, son ef Robert Irvine, l*q , Edlnburg, Sootland, aged Id years aid 0 months. The friends of the deoeased. and those of W. Maerea, are respectfully invited to attend hla funeral, from the residence of the latter, No. 39 Bast Thirty seventh street, to-day, at 1 o'clock P. M., without further invitation. On Tuesday. Jan. 22. I mock* Cham, only daughter of Sarah A. Martin, aged 4 years, 6 mon'.ha and 7 days. The frienda of tne family are invited to attend the funeral, from the reaidence of R. K. Martin, No. 17 West Forty-first street, to-day, at 1 o'cl xk P. M. Death lies on ber Uke au unt'mely frost Upon the sweetest flower of all the tleld. Albany papers please copy. In this city, very sndoenly, on Wednesday morning. Jan. 28, of malignant scat let (ever, Ci^auum Jambs, oldest child and only son of James N. and Sarah A. Phelps, aged 6 years, 9 months and 19 days. The irienus and acquaintances of the fairly are in vited to attend the funeral, this forenoon, at 11 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, No. 141 rhirty-stxth street, from whence his remains will be taken to Green wood for inteimunt. Connecticut papers please copy. On Tuesday morning, Jan. 1?, of scarlet fever, Stella Caroijnk, youngest daughter of John and Julia Cauchois, aged 2 years, 8 months and 12 days. Tny rpint pure has flown aloft, where Seraphim In music dwell; " Let little children come to me," the voice of God has said, And may we meet thee there one day, for thou alone canst guide uh well ? in Jeaua' arms thou aleepeat now; in peace thy soul is laid. On Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, Sbtii W. Psckham, Jr., t><e oldest son of Seth W. and Julia E. Peck ham, aged 11 years, 10 months anil 23 days. The relatives and frienda ot the Family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the reaidence of his parents. No. 61 West rwenty-sixtli street, between Broad way ana Sixth avenue, to-morrow, at 2 o'clock P. M., without further notice. On Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the 61st year of his age, Joseph B. Tookbr. The iriends of the family are respectfully invited to at tend the funeral, from his late residence, No. 303 Eighth avenue, at S o'clock A. M. His remains will be taken to Con. Farms, N. J. On Monday, Jan. 21, Maky Stpart, aged 77 years, at the residence of her son, Erwin Stuart, No. 287 richer merhorn street, near Powers, Brooklyn. Her relatives and friends are respectfully invited to at tend the funeral, to-day, at 10 o'clock A. M. Her re alms will be taken to Trinity Cemetery. On Thursday morning, Jan. 24, HAaNAH, widow of the late Wm. Farrow, aged 01 years. The relatives, friends ana acquaintances of the family, and also those of her daughter, (Mrs. Hopper,) are re spect fully Invited to attend her funeral, to-morrow, at 1 o'clock, from her late residence, No. 46 South Seventh street, Williamsburg, without further invitation. On Wednesday, Jan. 23, A.v.nk Barrow, the beloved wife of John Barrow, of disease of the heart, in the 44th year of her age. The funeral will take plaoe from the residence of her husband, No. 320 Mott stieet, to day, at 12 o'clock. The friends of the family, and the N'ew York Lodge, No. 3, A. P. A., and the Order in general, are respectfully invited to attend. On Wednesday, Jan. 23, Mrs. Catherine Smith, relict of Thomas Smith, and caugliter of the late Michael Fullam, cf this city. Her relatives and friends, also those of her sisters, Mrs. Davy and Mrs. Pringle, are Invited to attend her funeral, from her late residence, No. 53 Hameraley atreet, to day, at 2 o'clock P. M., precisely. In Brooklyn, at his residence in Gates avenue, one door east of Bedford avenue, Wm. M. Wilwo.y. The friends of the family are particularly invited to at tend bis funeral, to-day, at 1 o'clock P. M., without fur ther invitation. At St. Louis, on Friday, Jan. 11, in the 22d year of his age, Anthony Drank. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend ha funeral, which will take place to morrow, at 1 o'clock, from his brother's house, No. 1,233 Broadway. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERT DAY. PRY GOODS, AC. Furs, furs.? henry t, leeds a co.. auctioneers will sell all the Block of the New York Fur Company, 421 Broadway, i car (.'anal street, at 2 o'clock this day, to close the copartnership, constating of all their beat and custom made goods. Ladles can examine the goods betore the sale. Hale positive, rain or shine. Great broadway failure.? the srmrr or speoolatio* it one of those impulsive attributes which urge? mankind on ward, equally and often an rapidly to ruin as to fortune; hence the EXTRAORDINARY MUTATIONS OP COMMERCE, The favored circ illative channel of yesterday Is abandoned to day, and In a week the seductive spirit is pointing to a new tleld for enterprise, where the poor man may realize his dreams ot wealth, and the rich man striving for more lose his all. On the one band the ambitious artisan, whose once weekly portion barely supplied his family with life's requisites, becomes the wealthy prince; while on the other the rich mercnant, whc#e power and wealth has shone Aladdin like, is toppled from his high position, and necessitated, it may be, to ask assistance from his former dependant. That the above quotation Ik no tissue of fancy's weaving, the lsst few years have furnished abuudant proofs ainotur this com munity; and hence are produced those oircunislanoes which have termlaated In the prostration of one of the most favored halls of commerce with which this metropolis was adorned. calamitous kvbm. Failure of the eminent iirm of E. H. LI.ADBEa'IEK * CO., No. 317 BROADWAY, 1M1 OUTERS AND r.ETAILSRS OF FOI'.EIUN A!?l> DOMESTIC' DUV oooue. a. B. WILLIAMS A CO. Respectfully announce to the public of New York and sur rounding neighborhood, that they have become the purihAters (for prompt cash, the only terms on which the estate could be relinquished by the assignees.) at an enormous discount I -om the cost price, of the whole of the valuable and extensive su* kof the late iirm ol Leadbcaier A Co., amounting in the aggregate to over OXK HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. The failure of the firm ot Lead beater A Co. mushes in its fall Uief greater porilon ol the most eminent Importers and jobbers in this city : hence the character ol' their goods becomes satisfacto rily entitled to rank equal to any; while the happy judgment exercised by the late firm In its selection, hAs transmitted the celebrity ol the house to the most distant regions of the United 8 la tea. Alter a full consideration due to the Importance of this valu able collection of property, the purchasers have determined, (instead of removing it for disposal) to ett'ec: its total clearance on the premises lAteiv occupied by the insolvent arm; with this view ihe whole stock has undergone examination, and Is re marked with red ink, In plain figures, at prices which compar ed with its intrinsic value, will, it Is believed. STARTLE THE MOST INCREDULOUS. With this explanation ot their views iu connestloa with this event the purchasers respectfully refer you to ihe detailed manliest o I the advantages the sale ofl'ers. Descriptive particular* of R. H. LUaDBK.YTKR A CO.'S Stock ot FOREIGN AND DOMKSTIC DRY GOODS, No. 34" Broadway, Now on sale, by order of tlio assignees, at prices, tor easli only, scarcely ever heard of. sn.KB. A superabundance of beautlftii fanc y silks, suited for promen ade ana evening dresses, Ac. Very rich all boiled black Oros de Rhine and Lyons black silks. a most elegant melange of very superb wide broche and damask Lyons silks. K ich garment satins and moire antiques. Maroellnes, I'oult dc Soles, Ac., Ac. stiAWLa. Very line find splendid broche and long square shawls. French printed cashmere and barege shawls. Magnificent expo-ltlon long shawls, (copies of India). l.ong and square plaid, and other wool shawls. A large variety of Stella broidered shawls, Ac., Ac. CLOAKS. A beautiful variety of velvet, satin, cloth, silk and moire an tlque cloaks, opera cloaks, basques, talmas, silk and moire mantillas. Ac , Ac . ot the *evprsl leading and beautiful stylus tor which ihis house has become Justly ce.ebrated. KREms HOODS. French meiluoes, mousseiine de lalnes, bareges, tissues, or gandies, bslznrines, alpacas, i'arsmaUas, prln'ed lawns, tarla tans, calicos, muslins, ginghams, Ac. Mdl'hMMl GOODS. Black bombazines, French merinos, alpacas and Paramattas, of the most approved makes; French and English patent crapes, black delaines, bareges, ,tc. Gl.tjVES AND HOSIERY. Black and colored French kid gloves ol the most celebrated manuiactures; silk and Lisle thread gloves; cotton, thread aod silk hosiery; lace, mitts, Ac. EMBROIDERIES. French and Swiss needlework, In collars, chemisettes, wrist lets, sleeves. )>'icket liandkerchlefs. Ac. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. A'l the celebrated makes of linens for wnich this bouse has so long been noted, In Irish linens, table llneus, napkins, doilies, towelling, sheeting, Ac. Counterpanes. Marseilles quilts, bltnkets, flannels, muslin and lace curtains, table covers, Ac. In addition to the above, the sleek comprises every other description of cry goods usually to be found In a Broadway es tablishment. N. B.-The immediate and absolute disposal ol all this pro perly Is imperative? hence It is desirable for intending pur tliasers to make an early inspection I be sale commences on Monday, the 28th of January, Hours ol sale from 10 fo 4 o'clock. G. B. WILLIAMS A CO, No. 347 Broadway, corner of I^onard ?l. MYERS, NEW YORK MOURNI.VG STORK, 477 . Broadway, begs to call the attention of ladles and fa milies fo bis axtcuiive assortment of mourning goods, consist ing of English and French bombazines, paramattas, Canton cloths, merinos, bonnets, mantillas, Ae. Goods sent to any part of the city for Inspection. A suit of mourning complete In eight hours. TLil AIMMK LOUISE MAST. 243 GRAND STRERT, NEAR It! Bowery, respectfully Informs her euitomcrs, and ladles In general, that she continues making, cutting and basting d'e?fe?, ba?qun?, ijraks and mantillas oi the lnt??i. style. ? Hi ci i,u| I'e! -,i? u.ilt:.. .t. jo, i efpau tpu tot sals. J SPECIAL NOTICES. N APP1AL TO THE PUBLIC.? THE LIFE SAVING Benevolent Association of New York m formed and chartered m 1MB. its ocjeen being to procure life boats and station bouiiea, with material* for Having ttfe Ux ?I of ship * reek, to enoourage meritorious conduct by granting Iterator medals and pecuniary rewards. through the liberality of Ooogresa, numereoa life boat sta tions have been established on the (bores of Long Island and New Jersey, or which more than 1,700 persons have beeo res cued (ram Impending death. Without these means of escape, the dread! ul tragedy of the Mexieo and Bristol would have been repeated. 1 he Immense and oonstan'Jy increasing commerce of i this port demands of the ciUxeas of this emporium the most comprehensive plan and effaetive means for saving the Uvea of the shipwrecked, and wbat nsbler aim, what more humane achievement than thai of rescuing the poor emigrant and the tern pest- tossed mariner from the jaws of death? The services I of all those connected with the association are wholly gratui tous, but their funds are entirely inadequate to eirry out their 'lews. They appeal there ore with oon&dence to their fellow citizens. U> aid with liberal contributions their eObrta in the cai'iu of humanity. UonaUons will be received by E. K. Oo'ltns, Chaa. U. Mar shall, John 0. Oieene, Wo. a. Wetmore, Esquires, and by otliors oi the Association. llortinier Uvtn?iton, Solomon T. N?ooll, Robt. C. Goodhue, Fequre* < ommiitee Jofepii Walker, Preaident, 31 Pine street Daniel Lord Kitq., Ttco President, Merchants' Exchange. Holier'. Ob Goodhue, ifaq., 1'reasurer, 64 Mouth street. John 1>. Jones, Esq., RoereUrj, President Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company. A GENTLEMaN ABOUT TRAVELLING THROUGH tne .-ia' en oi f?* York. Michigan, Uhio, Kentucky, Ac., as collector, Ac., would be anxious to take the collection, or take orders f>om sampiet, on commission, for any houses re quiring Qla services. Unexceptionable reference* from bia present, employers can be given, on addressing a line to G., Herald office, lor two days. _J XpeW YORK, JANUARY 1. Iflfi6.? ANNUAL STATE J.1 ment of the Knickerbocker foe company of the cKy and county of New York, incorporated 186*.? office, No. M3 Oanal street. To the County Clerk of the olty and eounty of New York:? Sir? In onmplianoe with fee requirements of the 12th section ot ''the act to authorise the formations of corporations for manufacturing, mining, meehsnloal and cbemioji purposes." commonly caded the " Manufacturing law," wa hand you the following statement : - Capital stock of this oompauy, 1900,000. The above amouat la all paid in. Debts at thi* din e all paid. Jos. Hritton. Bamuel Ulsoox, ineo Browning, M. G. Leo nard, John D. Asoough, Board of Trustees. _ ? M. T. COMPTON, President. William J. Wnoox, Secretary. htate of New York, city and oouqty ot New York, as.? R. T. Comptoii, 1'resJdcnt, ana William J. Wilcox, Secrnary, of the Knickerbocker toe Company, of the c ty of New York, and Joseph Bnttoa, Bamuel Biscox, Theodore Browning, Moses G. Leonard, John D. Asoough. Trustees of the Haul company, being severally duly sworn, depose and say, and each tor himself says, that the foregoing la a true, full and cor rect statement of the affairs of the said oomp iny, and that they are the above described officers and Trustees thereof. (subscribed and sworn before me this 19th day of January, A. D. 1866. Wm. K. Hilay. Commissioner of Deeds, NOT1CK.-AN ENGLISH GENTLEMAN, OF GOOD business qualifications, having a practical knowledge of manufacturing and dyeing, being about to return to Kagland where be has a large connection among worsted, cotton and woollen manutaoturers and others, wishes to take charge of United tttates patents, with a view to their being extensively introduced snd adopted there. Also is willing to ascepl gold commissions in manufactured goods, or mike buxmefs ar rangements to export or import. Ke ereu;es of the highest standing can be furnished both here and In England. Com munlcntlons to be addressed to M. S., care ot Wild A Julian, Oi Cedar street. NOT ICE. -WE WOULD PARTICULARLY CALL AT teutlon to the sale of our entire stock ot dry goods and carpeting, amounting to over (80.000, commencing Monday, Jan. 28, 1866, at 9 o'clock, A. M. The store Is now cio-md t > ar range and make preoaratlona for tre sale. For furUier par ticulars tee Sunday papers and day lies Monday next. RICMSKN A DINIIKE. 204 and 206 Sixth avenue, one door below Fourteenth gt. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE. JANUARY 22, 1886.? Owners are wanted for the following property, which is supposed to have been stolen, at the First district po lice court, (Tombs. Centre street,) one wolf robe, and one woollen, or carpet robe. At the Third district police court, (lCssex street ) one Buffalo robe. Also, at this office, a porte monnaie. containing a pawn ticket, and a small amount of silver coin? found. GEO. W. MaTSELL, Chlet of Police. Philadelphia college of medicine, fifth street, below Walnut.? Spring session, 1806.?' The spring course w ill commence on the second Monday in March, 1856. and will terminate In July ; being, in all respects, as complete as the winter conrse, and entitling the student to the same privileges. Ihe winter course, 18S6-7, will commence in October, and terminate in March. Degrees are conferred In March and July. FACULTY. George Hewstou, M. D Professor of Anatomy. B. Howard Rand. M. D Professor of Cbenfstry. Henry Dartshorne. M. D Prole mo r of Instmite.s. James L. Tyson, M. D Professor ot Materia Medica. Isaac A Penny packer, M. D....Prof. of Practice of Medlcuie. James Bryan, M. D Profewor ot' Surgery. Lewis I>. Harlow, M O., Professor of Obstetrics and Li in cases of Women and Children. John Parrish, M. D , Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and children. Ttrn. For one full course $84 Perpetual ticket $180 Matriculation S Graduation :i() > xaminatlons are given daily, by the Professors, upon etch branch. Advanced students are furnished with the ticket of the Phlladeinhia or Pennsylvania Hospital, with the former of which one of the faculty is connected, and will take the claas through the wards during the spring coune, In connection with the other officers of the Medical Board. An excellent C.inlque Is also held twice a week at the College. For further infirma tion, apply to or address, B. HOWARD RAND, M. D., Dean. PUBLIC CITATION.? WHEREAS, APPLICATION HAV ing been made by ths Board of l>irector? of the South Sea Company, (Nuldsee Verein,) ol tills place, wlih a view to the dlstoluiion nt the fame, for the Issue ot a public citation of all ai d every such person or persons as may have any claims or demands on the said South Sea Company, or what nature so ever, unknown to the applicant In question, and especially such as are in any way connected with the three vessels, the pro perty ot the said company, the Otahelte, Cap; Louis Wiettng; the Hanva, Capt. H busing, engaged in wnalery In the South bea, and of which the first named vessel commenced Its last voyage to the Weser in the month of December, 1863, aad tlte last named ship In the month of November, 1854; and the Jo hiuin Smldt, ( apt. Franz Brandortt, which said vessel has been for the most part engaged In sailing between Kurope and the United Statesoi North America, and which made its last voy age for account of the company , I'rom New Orle ins to Bremen, In the moiiih of June, 1864: The Superior Court of the free Hanmatic city of Bremen herewith publicly notifies, that all parties thereby Interested, unknown to the said applicant, who, ?rom any reason whatever, and especially from transactions connected with the three above named vessel*, may have or subpose to bate anv claims or demands on the said South Sea company, of this city, are herewith cited to appear on Friday, the tfth ot January, 1857, noon, 12 o'clock, before the committee ot ti e Superior Court appointed to this end, In tlie upper hall ol' the Council House ot this city, in order then and there to hand In a statement ot their claims and demands, with the express condition that all default of appearance on the part of such supposed claimants will entirely exclude all benefits otherwise accruing therefrom, and that In such one all claims will be come from henceforth and forever absolutely null and void. Bremen, from the Chancery of the Superior Court, January 2. 1866. C. V. LINO EN, Secretary. THE GOIKJH ENTERTAINMENT WILL BE GIVEN" AT Nfblo's t-iloon, corner of Broadway and Prinoe street, on 1 hurt-day evening the 14th Februsry. Tables will be set for 600 ladle's and get tlenren. Wm. E. Dodge, Ksq , will preside, assisted by several vice Presidents. To ladles the usual facili ties will be atlorded In the dressing room; doors open at ijri\ supper precisely at ti)?. Dodsworth's band Is eugaged for the occasion, and rich speaking may be expected from Mr. Gough and numerous geutlemen Irom t Is and other cities and States. Single tickets, St; tora gentleman and ladv. 90; tickets number ed and seats secured, llrsl purchasers will have a choice. Plan ol tables can be seen and tickets ootatned, on Monday next, at Boe. Lockwood A Sou's, publishers, 411 Broadwar, aod at 149 Nassau street, brick cbapel. Parlies from abroad c.?n secure seats together, by lorwardlng the amount. Direct Amu no ui Temperance Union, New York. THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY CAPTIONED AGAINST purchaiiig, receiving or negotiating in any way, a certifi cate of tl, 000 Pennsylvania Slate 6 percent stock. No 6, .'HA, loan of April 16, 1854, redeemable alter August 1, 1H36, issued on the Uih ot June, 1866, to the administration offli-e of llopt A Co., Ketwlch, Voomberg, and widow W. Borskl. Amsterdam, which was uiailedbythe undersigned to Jo>e?li Cahen. Amster dam, and was lost on the wav. au application has been undo to the Auditor General for the issue of a duplicate certificate. L. VOM HOFFMAN A OO. TO MILK CONSUMERS -KNOWING THAT THE NAME oi Itavld S. Mills, deceased, late of Newtown. L. I-, so long and lavorably known In the milk business. Is being made ute or by a party in the same trade, I take this method ol in tormlDg the public that the only surviving member of thai family or iame engaged in that trade, in this city, is the suti scriber, and I hereby caution all persons to beware ot such Imposition. NaTHaNIKI. P. MILLS, 264 Tenth street. THE ATTENTION OF FAMILIES IS CALLED TO THK new and extensive stock ol Linens, Linen sheetings. Damask table linens, Damask table cio!hs, Napkins, Huckaback toweling*. Diapers, Flannels, t/otton sheetings, Sniped and checked muslins, Indian dimity, Brilliantes, English aad American I/Ong Cloths, Ac., Ac. Including a large Invoice of SHIRTING LINENS, Of a very superior make. Prices from 25 to 50 cents per yard. A. T. STEWART A CO., Broadway, Chambers and Keadt- streets. TIT AKKFI KLB.? THE MEMBERS OF INDUSTRIAL TV Home Association Ns. 8 are hereby notified that the re gular monthly meeting will tale place on Friday evening, Jan. 76. the report of the Financial Committee, to date, will be presented. It is hoped that every member will come prepared to take his deed, which will be delivered to blmon the payment of the amount due by htm. COItN'S A. COOPER, Purchasing Trutteo. WK HAVE DAILY APPLICATIONS FOR HOUSES in this city and Brooklyn; and If person ?> having real es tate lor sale will favor us with their property, we can con fidently promise them a fair share of success. CAMPliKLL A HARRISON, (Jenernl Real F.stale and Commission Agents, 16 Broadway. NEWSPAPERS. American illustrated newspaper. No. 8 OK FRANK LESLIE S ILLUSTRATRD NEWS PAPER, Issued next Saturday, wl I contain the following splendid engravings:? Bust ot George Law, by Jones. Portrait of Utal Knapp, last of Washington's I.lle Guards. Washington's Headquarters, at Newburf, New York. Extraordinary ceremony at the Roman Catholic Church, at St. Peters, Baltimore. Broadway, New York, during the "Sleighing Carnival." New Hotel, Baltimore, the Ollmore House. Opening of the first railroad In Iowa:? City of Davenport, Iowa. Rntlroad brldg i. Rock Island, connecting Davenporl * lib Rock Island city, Iowa. View of Rock Is and, Iowa Portrait of General Santana, of Dominica. Portrait of Boulotique, Emperor or HayU. Map of Cectral Park, New York. Together with numerous other splendid Illustrations, and all the news ol the week. The thrilling romance, "Tub Last or llts Rack," com mented In thelast number. Problems in chess, etc. Oflloe, 12 and 14 Spruce street, New York. EC1DKDLY A ORRAT "ATTRACTION. Look out for Sunday, Feb. 3, for a oopy of THE SUNDAY COURIER It will contain a story Involving the disclosure of her per ianal history, by the wife of O. O. Poster, the former Madame Julie De Marguerlttes, entitled rntrNns anh eoes; on, those i iove jtivn those i iiat*. Mailed to subterlbers at 92 a year. Single copies 3 cents. J A M i<.N L. SMITH A OO., 16 spruce street, YOU nF AMKRICa7~NO~4.-THI? FODRTfTNUMBER ot this popular satlrioal and humorous paper now ready. It contains twenty-lour splendid comic lllust rations and a great variety of spicy reading matter on all the political and social topics of the day. Everybody should take a look at tne Mu nirlpal Topsey, and take a peep at John Mlt hell's senool room. The ladles will find In It some very valuable suggs* Hi, is anil nvnrybody some'hlng to Interest them P-ien tt ' , 1 l)wC iHUuujfcj* iJi 1/ ??' p ' 'U * iM umWm ^enis, Md by T, W. STRONG, Publisher, ft N?m?>i dreM. ?KW PVBLKATIOSI. ia nnnMtnwwMWBSL,,..-. H.UUU I etc WIDOW BBDOTT 7APB??I la aUll sailing with unabaiod rapidity. Th? dnlim ?*. "** " ngen" ars running wild. Bend the fallowing Aneditor ?wvtowJSn.ln thi QMi them to axpr-s hi. a/proclal?oo of the '? Widow Bedott Pum :"? ?OHO or H0W-THI3 WIDOW. Should yon ttk me how do widows Weave taalr ipcll of fasetnaOoo? Gala Ike heart* of seoond husband* With the help of sidoiong glsun? . Oapa of atarehnd aad ertmped lambrte. ?ad the music of sweet moanhiga O'er the virtues of the " lest oof'? Of the husband wboae food fortune Took him fhr beyond their tongue reach? Took kim to feat heaven of rtlenee Where their tongaes no more could reach tatmf 1 should answer? I should tell you? Onto ne it was mysterious Twis a Umbo of endless wonder. Most ? ma ling? most astounding? Far boy ond the grasp of logic. Or the Bight of spoeulaUon, How a man possessing senses, (K ota swine possessed of devils.) How a man enjoying freedom for could laci-llfte his lalehkeT , And the bliss thereto itrtalning. To tae keeping of a widow To aburted man's rem tinder. " Twas mysterious" ? mark the past tenw > Ha mtsiariousnow no longer. For 1 Uieti mo to the book store. Ano the ?' DedoU Papers" bought I? Boogat the Widow B.'soooresstoiM, keatl the wondrous Widow's writings. Head her witty, wise, bewitching Ytews of lite, satiric touches, Oomie sseses and truthfnl pictures? AM I Iqncbod until my rides ached? And limbed v*ughedUU bu And my pants ttU buttonless my vest was Anfu? pants were nearly ditto? Laughed until I choked wSh laughter, Nalikg laugh whoever heard me; Made us parson laugh who loid mo That my laughter was uproarious? but 1.0 caugLt tie rich infection And he cauuinated loudly Anddeolaro.1 the "Widow" glorious; So we two h? :aae uproarious. And Aw lai'd odv, whose visage Is wi'h prudnnoe plnohed and puckered, Tho'iRh he tried to cboki her laughter, Up it ouboled, ringing, gushing. Biting, thrleking lnui tremors That wore palurullj hilarious: Poor on lsd> , hiMysnp snickered, Bow lioutat heAJKg days after, Caught bar In Uie Mil of ^'meeting" To her own and otMF*' horror I Oh, Prlscllla, thou of Widows Most confiding? most amusing ? Thou who dld'st entice the "Oearan," Poor Bedott - who 'suffered awful" ? Into marriage, where no perished! Fourteenth edition ready thu day, and for sale by all book sellers and news agents. D*fiHY A JACKSON, (late J. O. Derby.) Puuliahirs, No. 119 Nassau street. ANEW UlSTOai'JU, WOKE.? NOW READY, J IOWON Attn NSW OltLKAHg. Atl a i heuttc narrative ot the memorable achievements of be American army, uder Andrew Jackson, before New Or eans, iuthe vhiterol 18/ 4-1 3 By Alexander Walker, Gate of he N. O. belts). With Frontlaoieee. limo. 91 26. OOHTIMTS. Jackson's First ISntry Into Mew Orleans. LatlUe, " The Pirate." Lafitte, the Patrtou Jackson Clears his Flanks. The British Review and Embarkation. Battle ot Lake llorgne. The British Landing and Bivouac. the Alarm? the (tally - the Marcb. Battle ot the twenty -third ot December, 1814. 8 lr fcdvird Packeuham. A Demonstration and a Defeat The Britisn bring up their Big Guns. Battle ot the Batteries. Two Notable Warriors and Revolutionists. Preparations for the final Conflict. Ihe Battle of New Orleans? '.toe Victory. Battle ot New Orleans? the Disaster. Closing Incidents. Tne Finale. DERBY A JACKSON, Late J. C. Derby, Publishers, 119 Nassau street. A BRILLIANT PICTURE OF VIRGINIA SOCIETY? Just published, OCR COUSIN VEKUNICA; Ok, Bci:nk8 and Advf.htuuks ovkr rnn Bluk Ridge. By the author ot ''.nmabel, a Family History." From Harper's Magazino lor February. Asa whole we cannot hesitate lo regard this worn a<i possess ing superirr merit, Hhowing a large and reuned culture, a jusiness of thought, and a home-bred naturalness ot feeling wh<ch are not always discovered In the popular novels ol the day. From the New York Tribune. The author w rites from a wide observation of society, a fit millarity with the best literature of the day, and a fund of n.. tive good sense and feeling. From ibe Boston Atlas. Its great merits are Its fldelitv to the realities ot the life It de plcls, the beauty ot Its descriptions, the nice exactness in which it delineates the softer eliarics of character, and its simple, ea.-y elegance of style. One vol., 12mo Price 91 28. BUNCK A BROTHER, Publishers, No. 126 Nassau street. New York. friOR SALE ? A FILE OF TIIE NEW YORK HERALD . 1 also, ot the Albion, for the last six years. For sale to gether or separately. Address J. C., box J, 223 A>st office. TMRM0IR8 OF 1 GREAT FINANCIER. JXL D. APPLETON A CO., 346 and 348 Broadway, have just published INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF JACOB BARKER, ot New Orleans, l<oulslana. wltn historical 'acts, his ttnan rial trans actions with the government, and his course In lm portant poitlral questions, trem 1600 to 1866, embellished win steel plate portraits of Jacob Barker and John Wells. 1 vol , 8vo., cloth, 91. NOW READY-A BOOK FOR THE TIME8. THE DESTINY OF NICARAGUA, Or, Central America at I*. Was, Is and May Be. By an ofli cer in the service of Walker. For sale by Stringer A Townsend and DetvlU A Davenport. PERSONAL. Any young man who is about going sou re or West as an agent ean hear of something to his advan tage, If he will address hdward, Herald office. /1HAKLKS HAS RETURNED FROM BOSTON. IF THE GENTLEMAN WHO CALLED AT 74 MARKE1 i-treet, lor Miss K., will please address a no:e to H. E. it., Uerild office, it will be promptly attended to. INFORMATION WANTED-OF JAMES MURPHY, A NA tive of county Llmeriok, Ireland. He left Ireland In 1831 to come to New York; when last beard from, four years ago, he was In Washington street. Any Information respecting him will be thankfully received by his step slater. Mary Ulne. Call, or address a note, In care of Mrs. Klernan, 222 Elizabeth sL INFORMATION WANTED-OF CA8PARICS ABRAHAM, (from Wi anke Ituchdnm Posen.) Uvea tlrst tn St. Lonis, af terward* In .'(ausfleld, Louisiana. Any information concern lug L'm will be tha ikfully received by his brother. JULIUS at No. 118 <lre? n wlch street, New York city. California and New Orleans papers pleaic copy. Received, under suspicious circumstances, iu fl Dow sujijiOMid to have been stolen, a valuable talma with ni mean strap, which the owner can have by ideutlfyini: and ra)mg e-peu?es. Address Atkinson, Broadway Poe office. WIU.J. PI.EAF-E DIRECT K NOTE TO E. J , BROAI) way Post office, giving address. _ REWARDS. *ran rewa rd.? lo^t, wear the corner or tPtJUv Broadway nod Wall stree:, a tin box, mtrked "Geo. A Hum'. Brown," containing a'?out seventeen hundred dollars, in conntry bat k notes, and sundry papers, as nliows, viz:? >o!e of W. W Leach, lor $t>77 Mi 100; ditto ot John inti ton. for (!M> 10- 100, both to orderot J. 0. Keeker A Pernios, and endorsed over to G. & 8 llrown; note of John D. t'arke, lor J5K), dalnd Aug UH 4, 1H56, payable to Ohio L. In*. A T. 1)0., Cincinnati, six mourns after date, to order of Heath . Wynfcoon * Co., and by them endorsed. Mote of Werderoaugh, Smith X Co., dated August 4, at atx months, order Heath, Wynko>p A Co , an<l by tnem endorsed, t wo dratta, drawn by Hevh, Wjnkoop i Co. to iheir own order and endorsed by tbam, viz.: one on J. W. hermit A Co , da'.ed January 6. 1866. tor 91t,0; one on Xavier Bazler, <lated January 23, 1886, three da? a a ter date, for $160. Also, sundry no.es of Leary A Dlmood, Henrv A Melgliam, and bloan A I<eggett, all past due; also a package or memorandum checks, signed Charles Hurra', Jr., and va Hons other papers '1 be pnblic are cautioned against purchas ing or receivin* any o( the above, payment having Deen stop ped. A reward of $600 will be paid on delivery ot the box and contents to us; or one hundred dollars will be paid tor the pa pers (which are of no value to any one but us); or a liberal amount for anv part of tbem. GEO. * 8AM L. BROWN. II Wall slreei. 4J7C RKWABD. ? LOST, ON BOARD THK STEAMEK I U Commonwealth, on her passage to New Tork, on me 24th Inst., or In going irnm her pier, through Cortlandt and Brekmnn streets, to Fulton market, about. StioO, In small bills, 'l he above reward will be paid for Its recovery. Addresa a W. Gales, Met aid office, lor two days. J/TA REWARD ? FOR THK RKTURN OK THK PAPERS ?tJU found In an overcoat taken from Ihe reading room oi the Ht. Nlcho'as Hotel last Friday morning, and no q ties' Ions a?ked. They may be returned through the foal office or other wlte, and on receipt the reward will be paid, or wherever directed. K. U. WILLIAMS. ? OPT REWARD.? LOST, ON TUESDAY EVENING, A > ladys' white Canton crape almwl, wrapped In a towel and newspaper, supposed to have b?en dropped from or left in car 44>, Eighth avenue railroad. The Under will receive the above reward and the thanks of the ownur by returning It io 8. Phillip*, li3 Maiden lane. iOf RfcW ARD LOST, CN WEDNESDAY, THK ItiTH. in Brcoklyn on or near Fulton, Court or Atlantic sin eta, a lady's gold hunting case watch, and chain attached, with two seals, ona marked H. F. 8. The Under will receive the above reward by leaving the same with O. A S , 16 CoenUes allp. New York. djO/r R RW ARD ?LOST . FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, IN "Piiu Broookbn or New York, one black hag, mxrked '?MIssC. Van Wagner, 138 Henry street, tfrooklvn." The Under will receive the above. reward by applying to Dr. Moore, i .Warren street 4>OA RF.WARD.? liOHT, BETWEEN M WALL STREET ?JiZjU and the Post Udoe, a portemonnale, containing rltv money and papers, the latter of value to the owner only. Ihe Under wl l please return the lame to Hoott A Co., 54 Gold street, corner ot Fulton. ft REWARD.? STRAYED, FROM CORNER OF ?PJ-U Broadway and Grand street, on Thuraday, 17th laiu, an English bull terrier white dog, with yellow spots on hla back and round hla eyes; had a leather collar on; answers to Jack. Whoever will retnrn him to H. Mahoney, 311 Sixth avenue, will receive the above reward. No more reward will be given. <?C REWARD. -STOLEN, FROM 329 FOURTH AVENUE. ?P it a lady's black cloih cloak, lined with black silk and trimmed with ruffles and fringed ribbon. The above reward will be paid lor lis return lo F. MeCready, No. 3 Amity street HI> EWARD.-LOST, A FRENCH BLACK LACK vetl, In Thirteen')! street, between Second and Third avenues. Apply at 11* Bleecker street. W REWARD.? LOST OR STOLEN. BOOK BO. ltt.988 ou the Chambers Street having . Ilank. Any person re turning it to Jamos Kelly, 21 Kim street, or to Ihe bank, will receive the above reward. 4?tl REWARD -LOST, ON THE UTII OF NOVEMBER V+J lasi, a bank book on the Greenwich Saving* Ilank, the property el a poor workingman. An} person leaving It at 298 West Tbirty-drat alreel, tlrsi lloor.Tor A. M. C., will receive the above reward. fHTBLLlGKIIca OK KICKS. EMPLOYERS WISHING OOOD SERVANTS WILL J find respectable Oerroan. English, Sceifh and Irish help, for hoteN and prlva'e lamllle*, a' MORRIS OOHMERT JO '?. 'W7 llro?l-*a? eor ?e* B?>i|? ? -<??' * '??? w?'ta-s nauiuMi, ' uiiiin, *?., ii>ui4 m w.a uHM, 102 JrMKlcb *tr?eu BrrvAnom wa red. A SITUATION WaNTKD -BT A TOUNO WOMAN, ?a nana or chamixnnald and waiter; good dtrr fe rrice U required GallatSfe tith avenue. between 23d end Ziu au.. In toe bakery atore. Arwpbctablb woman desire* a plack AH leauatraaa; aba understands the cutang ot children ? drtrnea ud haa the highest city recommcndat'ons. tall on Ma, UB orabard at, in the rear. , bkhpectaulk yodno qiri., fifteen yk aBs or ace. wisnes a tltuvloa to take <*reo' children and *0 do plain sewing. Please call alJSo. 1 WaUkm place, Yorts, _ A OOOD COOK WISH KB A SITUATION; 18 CAPABLE of ail klada of baking and fully competent io uke charga ?r an* duties la highly recommended from her Uatp'ao*. Call M. wW T MU> to fflS Bull Iran at , la the rear, tlrat lloor, room No. I. a KESPBCTABLB YODNO MABBIBD WOMA*, WITH A A fr?djbr*a?t ofmlll, wUnea a situation aa wet nur?. CaU at 5W Houaton at , on the flrat tloor. for three days. KFBPKOTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS A SITU ^chambermaid ; la a good plain sewer, and vefj . . r.n nUaia? gt any kind ot work, 'ad be w?n IS ^ fMOrange -u, uiler the Bur Building. Brook lyn. City reference. ? ? COMPBCBNT DBBB8MAKBB WOULD LIKE TO work out by the day; one who can give every In cuulng and lilting dresses, cloaks and man til an. Pleaae X" at AS Wert 13th at, second tloor, front room A SITUATION WANTED BY A EESPBSTABLE i _tf -ipi who car. do general housework; la a good _iber awl froaer, baa good clly reierence. Inquire at ,7 fett 19U? street, iroit basement. _ . ? ? qjtti aTION WANTRD? BY A BESPBOTABLR A girl, U> do general '"uaework and mak^bersi sl^generai W useful. Good city reference. ADply .at No. l worin n , late iQtboi^i corner ot Hudson, tor two days. A FBBNOH WOMAN WIHHEB EMPLOYMKN A respectable family. aa oook, or to lake eaw of children. K?dTXS^^_Appfr to Mary tlhat^n.AO^onston rt ARESPBOTABLB PBOTB8TANT WOMAN WANT8_A situation. aa oook. waaher and lroner; perfect^ utwler atanda bar business, and can come well re.*>mmen<led ; no ob jection to the country. Please caU for two daya at 128 Atlantic at., earner of Henry, Bouth Brooklyn. A ~ RESPECTABLE PBBSON WANTS A SITUATION, AS monthly nurse or seamstress; good referenda given. Call or address Mra. Conway, 88 Pine street, Brat floor, tcont room, for three daya. ? _ a GENTLEMAN INTENDING TO VISIT EUROPB A atorlly. on business, would like some farttoer com*,|l? ? ^db to execute. Beat oi reference* lurnlsbed. Address 0. I)., Herald office. GENTLEMAN WHO HAS BEEN A t?WOTUB mi ler In France, and in the Hour and wheat traded* ?ire* to make an arrangement with any uerson to tile ^ care ot a flour mill, which be understands tn a'l Its brfta^lww For partleulara apply to Getlpp, WS9 Broadway, trom -u>5 o'clock P. M. An alto singeb, of somk kxp?;riknce, desires to obtain a situation In a church. She bas been oug-iged in flrat cl?e ohtmjbea both In Philadelphia and Baltimore For further particulars, address, lor two daja, Laura, lierai office. A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAX DESIRES A sltuatiin, aa porter; la a good, ateaiv driver, and iio^er n tan da the management of horaea; can produce ,ke^"t r e5erence. t53l or address C. H. S., at Mrs. Conway's, 86 Pine street, tirst floor, front room, for three days. Employment wanted.? a young lady whhks to obtain some business or employment well; writes a plain, ranld liand. and Is quick and i?tell|^*? J can be sifely entrusted with any business In which P?rue? may not with to appear themselves; Is competent to ajctae copytet or reader. Address, with particulars, Em iloyment. Union square Poat office. EBrLOYMRNT.-A RESPECTABLE IIOUNG MAN OF ?rood address may have a permanent situa l )n to aollclt oriierTfor new and beauttrully Ulustratod q.iblicatlons. Salarv or liberal commislon given. Apply at Payne s office, Greenwich St., fourth tloor. OTTIIATION WANTED? BY A LADY, TO ATTEND A S segar store or ?aloon. Any oihor all nation will De aue^ ed to, aueh as seamstress In a family or tn a store. Address Mrs. A., 96 Varlck at, fur three daya. O1TUATI0N WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, S as chambermaid or waiter, or to do general honsework ^n a small family. Bert or clly reterencea given. Call lor two days at 43 Congress at.. Brooklyn. mHE ADVERTISER, A LADY, A PERSON ACCUS T tomed to business, would wlah to engage with a^rejipect* tile bouse io attend store. If required; most resectable re e ronnpH mii<1 ?priiritv ifiven as cinplojm6nt Is moro tha ooiec ? WwfflKth.Pak?, wotUd like to join * ith a lady in some business that would be respectable. Ad dies* Business, Herald ottU-e. TEACHKR-A YOUNG LADY WISHES TO OBTAIN a situation, in a school or family, to teacli the hngllah brarches, I rench soqulred In France, and music, to pupils not tor adyanredi i o objection to ibe country. Address A. 1>.. No. 79 Lawrence street, Brooklyn. TO MANTILLA MERCHANTS.? A LADY OF ACKVOW^ ledged taste aud experience 1s prepared to engage tor the making ot mantlUaa for a wholesale houseMs tuHy qualllled lor the business. Address C. M. A., Herald office. To the hardware TRADE.? WANTED A SITUA tlon as salesman in the above line of business, by a middle ased iuan?led man, one who baa been engaeed in the ouslness J%r the last tiftoon years, principally on bis own account. to capaScltyf Ac. A Uoe addressed W at son, Herald otllcc, will be attendedjo Immediately. TO CENTRAL AMERICANS AND CALIKORNIAN8. Ihe subscriber, who has had over twenty vw1 exoen j i Wfln Domed tn mercantile, manufacturing, lumber rnTandmVtogb? SKinig In .U l? branches ^ also Interested In machinery for quarn cri^in g and ama g mating go'.d. Ac. , wishes to go outaa ?gentor otherwise. Ad dress B. 1. B., Post office WANTED BY A BESPECTABLE YOUNO WIDOW. who baa lately lost her husband, a situation to travel tv.th a ikm^ orsSiSe lady to California ; she wUl make herself mnArsllv usetui* Is on exceedingly good dressmaker, and Is at pre* rat lolng buslMM for horseft. Apply at 213 7 th aveaue. (Or one week. WBT NURSE -A HEALTHY YOUNG WOMAV, whose baby died soon after btrtb, would take one u? nurse at her own placc, SOI West lUft sU, lirst floor; go ferences given and required. WANTED? HY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, A SITU A don as seamstress and to make bersell generally J1** Ji ,.\ Can Rive goed city reference. Apply until Monday next a. 1W) htnry at. ? ? -nrANTKD? A SITUATION, AS LAUNDRESS; RHR W undeVstanda ber business; the best of reference slven. Call at 273 7th avenue, between 27<b and 28lh att. TIT ANTED? BY A NEAT, TIDY YOUNO WOMAN, A W Situation as under nurse or waiter In a respectable fami lv Can be highly reoommended by her last employer. < -a.l at 132 8th at., or Clinton piace, for two days, W anted- a situation, by a young woman, as . ' k ai3a wou>q assist with the washing or do chamber wo,k.ASM od reference Apply .1613 Hon. ton st., tornei- ot Molt, front room, up sUiirs. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A GERMAN LADY, AS hi usekeeper aii'i to take care or chtidren.lm an American family. Inquire on tVe corner of Degraw ana Court \treew, over i he grocery store, Brook!) 0. WANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY, A situation as u 111*0 or obamtcrmald; has no nbjeotlon i > take charge of an infant from its intancj. Goad reference ghen If required. Apply at 239 Elizabeth it. WAN! ED? BY A GERMAN WOMAN. A SITUATION A8 chambermaid and general hoimeworler; would be wil ling to make herself useful; la a Protectant. *'an r>" seen at I<o. ;3 East lltli st., near 2d avenue. WA>TED-1IIE WASHING OF A FEW LADIES AND gentlemen, by a complete laundries, who thoroughly understand! the business in all ita branches, and can furnish the belt ot city reference aa to capability and churao'er. Hl?n.?e call at, er aend a note to A. Urey, 70 West 2ttlh ml., between 6th and 7th avenues. WANTKD? BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL. A SITl A. tion, to du plain cooking, washing and ironing; no objec t'on to the country. Pleaae call at 210West 16th st. WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A LADY. AS AMANU ensia, copyist or reader; would go Went, South, or into the country. Address A. T., herald otlice. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECT ABLE fir!, u> cook, wash und iron, or to do ehamberwork, tine washing and ironing. Pleaae calf at 36 Ka?t 18th at., between Btoadway and 4th av. WANTED --A SITUATION, AS DAILY GOVERNESS lor children, to toach muaic. and drawing: parti mlarly French; if required the German language also; she is a native ot Switzerland, and a Piotestunt; the bes.clty reference given. Apply at MO Broadway. WANTED? A SITUATION, HY A YOUNG WOMAN. AH chambermaid and waiter or to take care ot children an<1 do plain tewing, or would do general homework in a (mail famiiv. Good reference. Apply at 129 3?.th at., between 7tli and 8th uveniita. Can be aeen until engaged. XJT A J. TED- BY A CAPABLE WOMAN, A SITUATION IN vv a flint class hotel, resUiurant or bearding house; is a proto'M'd cook; haa been accustomed to the nine for the laat tout teen years; the best or city reference given; has no o >Jee. Hon to any part. A note addressed to pastry cook, a' 286 Hleecker at., lor two da?*, will be promptly attended to. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY#A YOUNG GERMAN girl, who can speak English or German, to tend in m store, either a bakery or confectionery store. Pleaae call at ?No How ery, at the eLtry door. WANTED? A SITUATION BY A GERMAN GIRL. TO do plain cooking and ?ew, or do general housework. Apply lor two days at No. 212 Rlvington st. "IirANTED ? A SITUATION. BY A RESPECTABLE v T to' 'PL, woman, as chambermaid and seamstress; can out and tit ladles' dresses, and la willing to make hereell'gene rallv otelirt. Pleaae call at lift 26th at., between 7th andHth avenues, tnlrd floor, front room. flTANTED? BY A YOUKG GIRL, A SITUATION AS TT waiter or chambermaid, or to take care or children; no objection to go In the country. Good city references given, t ali a* IZ1 East Uth at,, aeoona floor, front mom. WANTED? A SITUATION, TO OVERSEE THE PB male domestic tn a public bouse. Address 8. E. W. Herald oflUe. TVTANTKD-BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, A SITUA VT tion as chambermaid or waiter;l? a good plain sewer, a good washer and troner, and is willing to make herself gen eially useful. Beat or city reference given. Inquire at 28 Broome st , ntar Goerck. TIT ANTED? BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, A SITUATION Tv as chambermaid and waiter, inquire, at M State st., Brooklyn. WANTKD-BY A RESPECTABLE YUUXG MAN, A situation its barkeeper In a wholesale or retail liquor sio- t- ; is not airnld of work, and can give the best of reteraoce as to honesty, sobriety and capability, and security if required. To be seen at 104 Bayard at. WET UURSE? WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE WO man, with a fresh breast or milk, a baby to wet nurse, a' ber own home. Mo?t respectable references. Inquire of Dr. Johnson. 1?6 East 24th st,, or Mrs, Duggan. 138 Bast 36th st. WANTED? BY A SMART, TII>Y YOUNG WOMAN, A situation, in cltv or country, to do general housework; Is a good washer and iro ic.r ; can milk and mike butter, Is willing and obliging; wages from W to M per month. Apply at 217 Bowery. WANTED? A SITUATION AS WET NURSE, B? A rr? ?> i?h .. ' *?? Ol uuuta ( Ml bt ?vv. s?M ? ?tf u m %*? u*is |l ? o vr, Udell r MB . W^HANTED-A 8110 aTION. BY A RESPKCrABLB ? l rote*tant giri, to do tb ? inwnl hounework of* prim Iflaally; ah* I* an exeeBeot inur tod lroner. and good plain leaok c:i ? lelerrmfii Ore* nwlch it., corner Jay. csok. reference* gtven. Can be seen f<r tiro daya at 341 WANTED? A SITUATION. BY A B KSPBCT ABLB young woman, lo do general housework In a small tal ly. wit of city reiereuce given it requ'red. Plraan eaO at 228 Wooster it., la the jiaaement. lor two day*, If not engaged. WANTED? A SITUATION, BY A RESPECTABLE GIRL, aa cook and Mamatreas, la a private molly ; la an exoel lent baker, and understand* ail kind* oc paaury. Call at US Weat 33d at, between 6th and 7th avenue*, aeoood Moor. WANTED? A SITUATION AS WET NURSE, BY A young married woman. Pleaw call at 3M ZUt ?t, be tween let and 2d an. Can be aaeo tor two days, if let en gaged. ?WTANTED-BY A PROTESTANT GIRL, A SITUATION, , T T aa <?ok, waabar and lrooer or to do general bouaeworfc. In a anal) private family. - an be seen tor two day* at SI lltb at.. In tbe rtar, aeoood story. OooQ elty reference given. W ABTkD? BY A YOUNO MAK. 22 YEAES OF AGE, TT a aituaUen, aa uatatani bookkeeper or eotnr clerk. Salary not ao much an o)jeet aa a permanent ?koiM. Beat of retereneta given. Addreaa J. W.F., Herald WANTED? BY A YOUNO MAN, A SITUATION, T? any buatneaa where he oould make liiraaelf generally uaanal; baa a alight knowledge ot the prir'tr*; onatneaa; wo ilj loilow any other trade where, te remuneration for hi* eervlcea, he could earn a moderate ilveUn,**! on l>? reoonktanded for good character sad bone?ty by a goaLeiuan In town. Ad dm>a J. W. M. , .to Blank. u aUee*. WANTED? BY A YOITNO HAN, EIGHTEEN YEARS old, a situation In a atora, or a chance to learn at Reference* given. Address K. K Ii , u era Id help Wanted. Boy wanted-active and intelligent op American birth, a boot 16 year* ot age, in an importing bonne. Addreaa, in handwriting of applicant, a. M. r. , rtar aid office, Boy wanted-in a wholesale haki> w ark bouite. who Uvea with hi* parents, and write- a (air band; must be at leaat w year* of age. and not afraid to earn hi* liv ing. ttalary first year $62. Address, In handwriting of appl cant, box 3,061 Poat office. ("tOOE WANTED? TO GO TO A UKALTHY PABT OF J tbe country, a abort distance from the city; she mu ;t be a first rate waaber and lroner, and understand cooking in all iia branches; none need apply without a good city reference, rail at 97 Beekman street. WANTED? A MIDDLE aGED PBOTESTANT WOMAN, a competent nurte, who would be willing ti go In the country; eiiy relcence required, apply at 300 (fee Pour teenth su, near 8th avenue, before 10 A. M., d tiring this week. WANTED? A Nil B8E,T0TAKK CARE OP AN I ?#P ANT, and to few. Mnat be a protectant ind come weii recom mended. Kreiich, t-cotch or English preferred. Call at No. 41 Weat Tbiity-tlftli street. WANTED-AN ENGLISH OR COLORED WOMAN, WHO is a lirat rate watber aid lroner. uud understands cook - Idr. She must be very Leat a.,d clean in her habits, and bring a good recommendation. Apply at 116 Hamcrsiey street. WANTED-A GOOD MILLlfER. TO GO SOITTH; ONE wbo understands the business. None other need applv, ot 8. A J. Gou dlog, 18 John at. WANTED-A CHAMBERMAID, WAITER GIRL, nur>e. setmslreas. cr ok anH a girl 13 to 16 yea-e eld. Tbe very best wage* ? 1 1 be given U> either colored cr white. Apply at No. 7 Jlth at., a few doors from Broadway. WANTED? AN ENGLISH GIRL. TO DO FINE sewing a?d assist in taking care of children. Apply at 122 Madison avenue, two door* above 31st St., between 10 and 12 A.M. WAN1KD-A UIBT , TO DO PLAIN COOKING. WASH 11 Inn, lionlng and general housework, for a tuna!', family. Must be a rrotestant. App.y at S2 tvrutb 6th stree', W lUaaui burg. "YV ANTED? A GERMAN GIRL WHO CAN RrKAK v v Kngliah; obe must he a good plain cook, h pood washer and lroner, and have city relerence. Apply at t?j West 21st ?... between the hours of 9 and 12 a. M. WANTED? A GOOD PROTESTANT OOOK, ^HO IS also a good wasber and itoner Also, h rfMMtm woman, as chambermaid and lai-jilress. Apply a t Na 137 6th av. TV ANTED- AN ENGLISH OR FRENCH GIRL, AS TT chambermaid and waiter. Apply at 66 Union place, cor ner 4th av. and IHihsL WANTKD? TO GO SOUTH. A GENTEEL FRENCH youDg ladv, in the capacity ot lady's maid and ?eam stre^a; must be well educated and aproic good KngliBli, and D? competent as nurse lot a cbild aeven years of age. top.y at Henderson's office, 77 Nassau *t. TV' ANTED? A PROTECTANT GERMAN, SCOTCH OR TT ICsgllsh woman, to do general housework. Must tea good launditss, pliin eook, at d v-jtter maker, and have rood reietence ior the conntry. Apply comer Hicks nn-1 Orange its., Brooklyn, between 3 and t> o'clock, P. M. ?nr ANTED- A YOUNG LADY TO ATTEND A HAKERY Vv and confectionery. One who|U well acquainted * >th the bus nesa. and can bring good recommendation.-*, may apply to Joseph H. Munsby, 169 P niton ?t. . Brooklyn. WANTED-AT THE YAUC3ER INRTfTUTE, HACKEN rack, N. J., a good English and classical teacher; ma thematlcal preferred; good references required. Appiy at the above adireas, a stage leaves H?'K>kan at 9 o'clock, A. M. daily. WANTED? A YOUNG LAD. IN AN OFFICE, TO COPY papers; one writing a quick and legible hand. Those having the above qualification oar apply at No. ii Grove it., between the hour* of 3 and (P.M. WAITER WANTED.? ONE WHO UNDERSTANDS carving, and to superinterd at a private boarding house. One ot good character, with good reference, may apjly at 19 Colon square, between 9 and 12 At M. TTTANrED.-A YOUNG MAN OF EXCELLENT CKA vv rActer and of sober, steady labiU, wants a situation a< porter, or wou'd make hinseir generally useful In any ligh'. buv'nerK, to which he would deva e hi* whole time. Unei n> Uor able city reference given. Aidrew, for me week, A. B., box U Herald office. WANTED-A MAN WHO HAS HAD RXPERIRNCR TV selling paoer about the city. One willing to take charge of a wagon, and who can I ring good recommendations, n>ij apply at 171 Washiigton street, on? loor from Oortlandt. WANTED.? ANY ENTERPRIHIYQ MAN GOING TO Cali omia or Auatralia, who Li willing to take an ageo'-y pa; Inc a heavy commission, will please addresa Auitra la, box 99 Herald officc. YV" ANTED? A HACKMAN, WHO UNDERSTANDS HIS vt business. Apply to D. W. Norru, corner of Ileuron ft. and Broadway. YXTANTED? A MAN CAPABLE OF WORKING AND TT keeping in order Wheeler A Wilwin's sewing machines. > I so, a hat block mat er. To such person* a liberal talarc and constant employment will be given. Apply at corner or Ray mond mid Itolivar its. , Brooklyn. WANTED? A GOOD ADVERTISING CANVASSER, FOR a weekly paper one expet .? need in the businean pre lerred. Apply to M. B. M< nek A Co., 216 rear! street. WANTED? A OOOD BUblNFSS MAN. WITH S100 TO SJ00, lor a wholesale agency Is oue of the best. J?ut?n; ana Another with t'J) to J.M), to Wave through the Wo*L Also, one to take orders liom sample*. 317 Bowery. TV ANTED- TWO BOYS TO FEED RULING Hi ll cblt.es; alfo. two yourc men 'o work In blank book tac toty. None tint those who uuCetsiand the business need ap ply at corner ot Mask unit Hleerker sr? U< ANTED.- TEN DRY GO <1)8 SALESMEN WANTED. Atply to O. B. William* A Co. 317 liroaUnay, ln'.e F.rad beater A uo. TVTANTKD-KOUR CHECK HOYS, FOURTEEN V H\RH TT of age; must make good ag^red and reside wiih their parents; none others need apply. Apply at Lord & Taylor's, Grand itrert, corner ot Christie. -AN AMBITIOUS AND DESERVING YOUNG 'lp?^y V/ . man, an American, 22 ;ears ot age, ef strict mo la character and No. 1 burlaess ii'iallfioauoua, is desirous of embarking In the produce commission bunln-e?, and re spectfully solicits the loan of trcm.Wou to Mot) for ?li months; us a remuneration for which, be -ices being very graefal, he would be willing to give a good boritu, and as part seeurtty would kI\ e ft chattel mortgage on the eff.cc furniture, Ac., or *n Interest In the coneeru. Kor further particulars address Ambition, Herald rfllce. THE TRADfisi IjlANOT OYER WANTED? ONE WHO THOROUGHLY 1 understands his busliets: of iood. morn I, temperate ?a<l mduiti Ions hahils and who can invest one or two oundred dol lars, may meet with a good and permanent engsgnaienL Ad dress. with real name and refcrenoe, where last employed, and where can be seen, to W. B., Ile-aid e.lice. Mechanics wani ed. to go ro kansab-su-jh *8 tanners, wheelwrights, wagon and plough makers, black ?mlih>, boot and shoemskers, coopers, carpenters, cabinet makers, tailors, barnestmakers nasoas, As., Ac. Persoos of tood standing and competent to <ooduct business upon their own account will receive liberal encouragement. Ado! y to O. O. BROWN, ai the uflice ot the Ajtor House, fram 10 to U A. M., and tn.m fito ? 1*. M. TO BOOKBIND8RS.? ANY GOOD EXTRA FORWARD, ers, accustomed to thr vary 'jest work, can get Heady i<m rloynent, and wage* to suit theai, ot William Matthew*, lltf Krarklln stieet. TO WATCM AKKR8.? A YOUNG MAN, WHO IS De sirous ol tluirhlng h'mself as a watchmaker, would w-h te make an arrangement with somt competent person for >o hours' Instruction dally . Irom 7 to ? P. M. The finer branches ot the business will be required tor practice. Address Ho rology. Herald oflire, stating where an interview may bs had. TO BOSS CARPENTERS. -A YOUNG MAN OP RESPEO tahlllty, la ely nrriveifrom fcogland, wishes to engage for one, two or three years, at moderate wages; a'to, his brother, who is a first rale paper hanger and painter. Is la want of an engagement for the same period. Address J. G. W., B. Leek wood's poetofflce. Broadway. fV'ATCHMAKER WANTED. -?A GOOD AND COMr* f v tent watchmaker, who understands his business wail, with good city reference, ran fin 1 earoloj meat by applylag to R. H .French's Hotel, No. '.T. at o'clock A.M. wages liberal. WATCBMAKER WANTED ?APPLY TO V. J. MAG nln, Ouedin A Co.. IS Maiden ians. w ANTED? A GOOD JOB COMPOSITOR, ONE WHO Is accustomed to oily work, at 7? John si. _ _ LOST AND FOUND. _ Breastpin lost? on Thursday morning, jan uary 24; a d.amond pin. single stone. The finder will be suitably rewarded by saving tl w th S. R. Jacobs, SI Wall street, baeen.ent or No. 30 1.eroy street. Lost on 22D instant, at the ball at mblo's, a portemounale. contain: tg pspers worthless to any ens but tie owner, payment having keen stopped. The finder may ri tain the mrnev but wll! pleas e return the papers to J. O'Connor, 21.1 Kaat Broadway. " CLOTHIKO,"*C. LARGE QtrANTTTY OF CAST OPP CLOTHING wanted.- TWOS. D. CONROY la lit eased to buy clothing of every description. Oentlemea awing larre or small 'o s 'o dltpose of will reoelve the very highest prices for -hem, by calling at the store, or addressing Th * D Oonroy, 491 Pearl st /I AST OFr CLOTHING. -A I.ATIOE OT^JfTlTY WAV!"' 1 ) ed ? about $2,000 worth ? Oentlemen having Is'a e or ' p?""-.-- ' cv o italo l-n 't!ivr?(i m ?.?sb, by stressing or ealMog "ti.Uttm (hikiim.1, a w aiktr street, between Cei.tre aud heater.