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HELP WAHTWV Apbotkbtant cook w a .vtb ? o ? b w hou n d ic r ? ?land* her bnalaaaa, mad eu brag good recaewead* tuna (ton bar laat pln ?. ntr apply at 787 Broadway, cxner 10th aL, between l? and 11 o'clock A. M , or a'tar OP. M. APPBENIIOE W.VNTKI).? WANTKD, A IT* At, TIDT gkrU to ?are the mllilnery buaineM and do the work of two laa ggtjg Apply fcr three day* at? Ba?3M at. BOt WANTED? IM A WHoLK-tALK DRY GOODS ?ore. aalary flit} dollars toe dm year. Addreaa box 751 Poet office -DOT WaNIED-FROM SIXTBKN TO EIGHTEEN X> year* of age, u> go errand* of good addreaa. Inquire at (heeatfioldary atwa. 706 Broadway. Bot wabted-to lbabk thk abt or wood en ?fa*taf. On having a kaowlsdgeof drawing preferred. No aaUry gwan tha am yaar. Apply to Klchardaoa A Ooz, 106 Hawaii at, earner of Ann. COOK WANTED -A PROTB8TAJCT WOMAN, WHO uacavato* da eeaklag la alt ito branohee, and caa oooae wall ra ammhl Addreaa bo* fttl Poat olVpa. lOAlUttAV ABT18T WANTED -1H AT UNDKB LT. I'lik iilbg ambrotjpea. Apply at Klag'i, Bo. 106 Bowery. TTA*PB*ftftr~WAjITMD, AM RXPBBIBNCKD CLBBK XL, <? mmwm to laka eharge of Lbe Maw Tocfc etty trade jgCTBgSjgg jgffSiAgB.* VUUIUO.JUI1RI WANTBD-GOOD HANDS. AP JO IHiWlililily to Mn. Maton, 170 Franklin at., aeoond toaj-i: II WANTED, TWO OR THREE GOOD iXL trimmer*. Nana bat competent handa need apply to J. BAuaaUong, KB Eultaa at., Brooklyn. Wagaa no object. \lilXIKKBB WAXTBB.? WANTKD, PITB STB AW BON 1*4. n?t iraanera Nana need apply bat experienoed band*. WafeabomtS 90tot7 par weak. Addreaa, tor one week, KdWard M alley. Mew Haven, Coon \TtTR8B WAMTBD-A PROT K8TANT; ONE WHO (J* i.1 dentanda taking eara of ohl.dren and la a gosd aaun atreaa. with good leoommendationa, Apply at 40 But 33d at, befqrc ona o'clock. QtJU.GOOD JU1XINKR8 WAKTKD -TO GO TO CON O necticut; moat : understand their hutineaa and be Amarl cana. Inaucemanu a plea?ant plane and good wagaa. Ad Crea? I. B., Broadway Poet office. before 12 o'clock tola da>. QHIBT OAMDg WANT* D.? TWO GOOD BODT MA O keraend Aalahere. None bat thote who tally anderatand their baainaaa need apply, ai All Broadway, room Mo. L rpME 8UB8C3UBRR WISH KB TO FIND 80 MK PER80N 1 ef reopedabllliy lathe vicmity of (taw York, who would take an Infant to wettiurie at her ownjreeidenoe, Its mother mO MILLlNfcRS AND 8A1.ESWOMRN. ? WANTED, A X pet aim competent to take charge of the manulacturlDg de partment ot children'* and mis-es' bonnets, and two acoom pllthe^ra'eewoiaen and four Arm band mil inera. Apply te MiK' (hrtar, 598 Broadway. TO M1LL1NEB8.? WANTKD, TWO GOOD MILLFNRBB and three apprentices, this d*y, at 711 Broadway, up stsirs. rpwo SALESMEN WaNTKD -KOR A WHOLESALE aND I letail fancy dry gooos and nr.lllinery home In Mew Haven. Ootia. 5ooe need apply but :boae thoroughly acquainted wi h tbe buclnesa Addreas for one week, eating reference expectation, Ac , to James W. Barker ? Sons, box Ml Sew Haven Pom < ffloe. TV a> tkd. ? a young woman (a t* hot est ant. and TT highly rerpectab e), wlahr* a situation aa seamstress and chOoren's none, can be seen at the residence ot her recent employer to wfcom ?he refer*, at No. 17 West 30th ?L ?XVikVnr?X GOOD MILLINKR; also, a dress "t -maker; moat perfectly understand cutting and titling dn?Mi. Apply at 75 Kfairtdge at. JtJ akted-a young woman, as waiter, either tt fccotcb or Welah, who la experienced, aid thoroughly acquainted With the Business. Most bring good recjtnmenda ti"M Apply at 2S Kaat 23d it. TIT AAT? D- TW O GIRLS, ONE AS NURSE AND TT aeamatrees, (heather to do cooking washing end ironing, In a small private family. Good citv references required. PrOteetaata preferred. Apply at 48 Willow at. , Brooklyn. TjkTAtrr tir three t? a makers, and a person TT eccuatomed to make muKiin baaqaaa Apply at Goa aon 'a, 973 Broadway. "|1/ANI?D-A young or MIDDLE AGED WCMA.N, TT as reemati ta, and to take care of?hi:dren, to go a abort distance from the d'.y. Nona bat a Protestant, and fa It quali fied fcr the duuee. need apply a member ot some Christian church preferred. Alaras r. C.. Broadway Poet offloe. WANTED? A COOK; ONE THAT PERFECTLY UN der- lands her busine*, and can oome well recommetd ed Call before 1 o'clock at 64 Kan isth sL WAMED- A NEAT, JJDY PROTESTANT GtRL, TO do general huuaework, with good reference; American or German preftrred. Apply at no. 9 Woo* hull at , near Hamilton avenue. Sooth Brooklyn. "II/ ANTED- A SMART GIRL. NE *T AND TIDY. TO TT do the general housework or a small private family going a short dtsiai.ee from the ci'.y Mu?t be an excellent washer and lroner, alao a good plain cook. Inquire at 199 West WANT ID? TWO PaOTRSTANT GIRLS; ONE AS seamatren aid the other aa chambermaid and waiter, who la wUimc|to asalat with the washing aid ironing in a small private family. Apply at 149 East 10th sL \|/ ANTKO? A" COMPETENT k 01: NG WOMAN, TO DO TT re aing and firing for chfdren; one who uaaeratands her Mtatceva. None ethers need apply at 106 Broad street, up atatfa. TV aNTEE -t GOOD. SMART GIRL, TO DO GENERAL TT bouseworl. Apply, Immediately, at 318 Henry an eat, BaanMyn YETANTirl)? A PERSON TO TaKE CHARGE OF AN TT tfVBt fo wet nurse, at her own residence. Undoabted re^m** required. Its mother la too sick to attend to it. Ad dress Aurse, Hera d once. W A MED? A CHAMBSRM AID, NURSE, 8fAMSTBRS8. waiter girl, cook, and a am ill airL Tbe very best waaee will be given to either colore i or white. Apply at No. 7 lMfc at-, a few doota from Broadwav. ANTKD? IN A GENTLEMAN'S FAMILY: NEVE tK Nteab*tbt?wn, E. J.. IS mllea from New Ton, a good refk, washer and ironer; abe mnn be folly competent ts dia (hoa^a Iheehoradntles. aad he of an obliging and civil dlspo aittOB. neat aaddiy tn her ha'rtu. aad oome well recotametid ed. Apply to Mr. Carter, No. 1 Naaaau at., np atalra. XhJ ANTFD? A SEAMSTRESS TO WOEK BY THE TT month. One having some knowledge of dreeemaktng and who can eat and St children's c. outing well, may apply at M Ln*oa square. W ANTKD- A GOOD CO K, WA89ER AND IEONER. Most be a Proteatant, and one who can come wel< rec >m mended. Wages S6 per month. Apply at 61 West 26th St., between 7S aid (?>? o'clock A. M. YV AMFD-TWO (ilRLS TO LEARN DRESSMAKING. TT rone but good sewers need apply. Apply in Dekalb aveone. two doota above Gold at. Bre> kirn, t Jro veil. Wanted ?a wrt nursh, to take charge of a floe healihy baby. Apply at 61 Croeby St., in .he rear, room l? 6. TIT ANTED -A JEWISH GIRL or widow woman, TT who can waah and aaeist to oook In a small boarding bona*. One who can gtve good referet oe, may apply to Joseph P. Da Toungh, 93 Chatham St , an amirs. WANTKP-A RESPIMTaBLE GIRL, AS NURSE AND reametreav. and ?he Is competent to take charge of an;ail children. City reference* required. Apply at iOO Weat 13th st., betaeen 6th aid 7th avenuee. No objection to a Ger man. YV AMI ED? A GIRL. CONPETENT TO WORK ON TT Wheeier * WUaon's sewing machines stitching collar*, Ac ; A so, first ciaas sMrt hanta, to work u jon auatom ahlrta in the store. Appb to Liti'.htieta k Brady, 97 Wtlttun street, WAfT?D? COLOBED HRLP, COOK AND CHAM ber girl. No others neea apply. Must hare good re commendations. and be capable of doing all the work of a la mily, neatly and prudently. Apply at 134 34th at., between 7th acd 8th avenues T|7A>TBD? IN A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, A PRO VT i eat ant women, to do general homework One who Is clean, neat and well reoommeaded, may apply a'. 32t West 24th St. Ylr ANTED? TWO OE THRBR RESPECTABLE WOMEN, TT fo work on fine family lmao; good aewaraool*. Appiy to Mrs C ement, 146 Wt si 19th at., near 8th avenue, from 9 to II A. |t. 'ANTED? THLS MORNING, A RESPECTABLE COLOR I woman, aa oook in a gentleman's 'amily; must be la do Ike waahing and MrmtBg; wagea M or fio per a colored coach mac in tbe same place, and it* for situations In city and oountry. Ap ST" WAUIAp 3^? -AM ENGLISH GIRL, A8 CHAMREitMAID; bad aanae experience. Apply at M7 Waahlng ?? jU TtfAjtttjftA FRENCH OS GERMAN PBOTE8TAMT TT (tfrl. ;s competent seamstreaeand embaeKta-ar.ene who U fono at aMldaaa, aad aapable ?f teaehing her language: also Appij sx 104 Kaat 2lat St., eTameray WtT ?UEPE WANTED-WIIH A PRE8H BRRA8T OF J* Ik- French preferred. Apply at 146 Joraiemenat., * SKEW MAKER, TO TAKE THE ENTIRE ?ean oot by measure-, alao, Ian apprtnttoea. MM every style. Call early in the morning. TITANTID-A COLORED WOMAN, OR WHIT* pro TT ledaat, te da the cooking, washing and inning ot a fsqUy. Inquire atM> Mat ? >ac. near Madison avenue. W^HANTED AN ASSISTANT SHOPWALKER; ALSO mli'smwi tor delalae aad print departments. Apply at Lwd A Tag lor'a. Grand street, eerner Ohryatie. TE7ANYEJi? EIGHT OB TEM MEM, TO DO VARNISH TT lug* also, four er five handa te pack lUraliare Oal at t'S w| W^HANTED-A YOUNG MAN. BETWEEN 1J ? years ef age, aa rfvk la a wine aad let store , r reaee required. AdJHas Wines, Herald adica. _D? TWO SAL SOMEN, WHO UMDMRMTAND retail dry gnoda buslneaa. Those who have had eome expertenee tn the carpet trade preferred. Apply to J. U. To wasisl AOa? 701 Oreeawiahsfc ' ANTED- A BU8INR8S LIEE MAN, TO #)n.LL goods by sample. Apply at 215 3d av. AMD |> store; beet of re YE/ ANTED? A SMART, ACTIVE YOUNG MAN, TO TT amhs MaaaaM generally uaefal la the oonfeeltonery busi ness, <me snsuatiaaert to the aaaaa piidhiiuA Apply at 19 Union aquare. WANTED IMMMDIATRLY-A FIRST RATE COoK. well insmmsn4il. at 174, otd Mo., Waet 2Jd slrae'., near Whaveaaa. YRrANTUD -A BABE CEANCE. AGENTS TO SKLL TT va'uahie arttelas aow la family use In tluaciiy and State t Aiaa one maa oa salary. Smart men csn make from fi to $10 per day. ku humbug, no boos buaineaa Apply at 212 Brotrl way. room* BROBTN A HURDaRii. YETAETRD-A HAN. TO DBITB IfORSR AN>> C t ET TT Mini be well aaquaiated (Town towa. In 1 rtre a* 62 H1LP WAI11D. W^HANTED-A PROTESTANT MAX. TO TARE OAR* ? of bnrses and a kitchen (lH*L and a womu as oook; 111*11 u< wife preferred. Call at 96 Pearl afreet, from 1 to 3 w o'eioo . 1/ ANTED? A MAM, WITH A CAPITAL OF U00, TO T uke charge of as old eetablished business. Salary, WO per moata. Apply to W. Unie, M Beektnan it., up atalra. None but Americans or English aeed apply. WANTED? TWO GOOD SALESMEN, FOB A BRAIL ?tor a. In a Southern city, In the interior of Georgia. Must come well reoomm ended for honesty integrity and ability. Call at 174 Broad w, corner of Maiden lane. WA1T1D-A SALESMAN, TO OO SOUTH, WHO IS wall acquainted with tb? silk aad embroidery retail rade. Apply at 18S Broadway, up atalrs, trom 9 to '4A. " WANT?D-AN ASSISTANT PoBTEH IN OUB OAB pt t department, one acquainted with the boslaesa. None others need call. Apply to a. Journeey, Jr. A Co. 41 Warren at., between 2 and 3 o'clock P. M. WANTED? A OEBMAN YOUNd MAN. AS CLEBK IM ? a grocery store; one well acquainted with the business, aad good city reference. Apply at 37X * rankfort at., la the atore. W' WASTED- AN EXPERIENCED ENTRY f'LKRK AL ao. two Brat rate milliners. to go a alior'. distance In the country. Apply at 40 Cort andt at WANTED? IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A GOOD waller; also, a chambermaid who unders'ands sewing, t renins, Ac. Uood reeomnendatloaa required. Protestant tretarre^-. gall.at IS a. 25 vh at., between 11 and 2 o'olook nfAttKD-A PRY OCOD4 8 ALES W 4 N, EXPE TV rfesweed Id Broadway- retail trade Apply, before 10 A. M.. to James France, 703 Broadway. r* NTED- A WAITHB, AND TO AsSIST I* W v8UI!fO atd Ironing, tn a smalt private famll*; must he very tidy, English or Scotch preferred App y at 79 Macdoug*. a?. WAN7ED-A YOUNG OBRMAN MAN, WHO CAN apeak gcod Etgliaa and ia acquainted with the bu?tne*a, to attend tn a liquor store The be>toi reference revolted. In quire at 118 Greenwich avenue, lor two days. XXT ANTED ? A BE8PECrABLE LAI), OF ABOUT 19 tt yeara nf age, in a aauaie atore Apply ta Wm. E Millet, 32S Broadway. WANTED-A SMaRT, ACTIVE BOY, A HOOT 17 yearaof age. in a wholesale dry goods s'ore. One who is willing to make himself genera ly useful may addrass Dry Oooda, Poet offlce. Salary >78. TIT" ANTED? A BOY. FROM 14 tO 16 YK lR8 OF AUI; T T one that can write a good hand, ran or erraoda, an t make hlmse't generally uaefulln a more; one Hat realdea with bia parent* preferred. Beat of referenoe require!. Ca.1 at D. N. 'locker's. No. 8 Jobn ?L. from 9 tn II A. M. X\j ANTED IMMXDI ATKLY? A 8MART, TIDY, INDUS Tv tnoua girl, to do chamber and general housework. Good references will he required. Inquire, after 9 o'clock In tie morning. at 82 6tn avenue. Young man wanted-in a rrta.il cbockmky store, 17 to 18 j eara of a^e. Good reference required. Apply at 232 3d ave. INTEIXIOBNCE OFFICES. EMPLOYERS WISHING GOOD HELP CAN FIND A good choice or rmpecta^'e uerman, Bugdsh and IH?h girl*, tor boteis and private families; alan, w altera, farmers gardener*, coachmen, mechanics and laiorara, at H&JiiiY MKYKRh' lnte licence office. 120 Greenwich at. Employers wishing good servants, will und reepeet&ble German, Kngltsn. Scotch or Iriah help, for ho'els and private fatmlle*, at MuRRla CON HEKT A (JO. '8. 2K7 Broadway, corner Readestree ; a so waiters, coachmen farmers, laborers, Ac . at this or the branch office, 102 Green wich street. MRS. GREEN'S DOMK8TIC aGKNCY 18 RBMOVKD TO 634 Broadway, and aha returns her gratetu acknow ledgments lor tbe encouragement liberally recsived, and soli cits the orders ot those wanting domestics of the best c ass 1 ones tics of the best clan supplied with situations tree of charge. WANTED- AT NO. 4 FAST BROADWAY (B USE WENT), a boy to lesrn the truss and coopers' tools' trade, in Brooklyn; a stewardess for a steamboat, four chambermaid* for a hotel; places obtained tor men on steamers and railroads, porters, narkeeper*, waiters, housekeepers, seamstress et, Ac. Apply to Kd. Glilen. THE TRADES. AN ARCHITECT AND CIVIL ENGINEER, OF FOUR teen years prac lea, and for the last three years architect and engineer in chief to a c'ty corporation la Canada d wires a situation in a reapectable office or a partnership in a business already or about to be established. Can give sattatactory proof i f thorough know ledse and ablUtv in every branch of both pro fessions, and can refer to several important public and private buildings, works of water supply and sewerage, Ac., designed ?>* him on thla continent. No objection to the West or South. Addresa Bex. box 479 Poet office, Geneva, B. Y. BB ASS COCK MAKERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY? AT the Union Braaa Works, Cincinnati, O.'iio, where good wegea and cona*ant employment will Se given. None but good workmen need apply. WM. POWELL A CO. CUTTER WANTED? TO CUT BOY8' CLOTHING; ONE wfco baa good experience in the city In making to mea aure, and getting up the beat stile of work for boys ana youths. Apply to P. L. Rogers, corner Nassan and Fulton sts. Cl ARDENRR'B SITUATION WaMTED? BY A PERSON r who undentaada hit business In all tts branobei; green house, graperies, fruit trees aad vegetaolea or laying out new grounds. The advertiser Is married, and can give the oest o< relerence. Can be seen for three la s, at Mr. Retd's, florist H)7 Broadway, or apply by totter to G. D. . gardener. Gardener wamtbd-a mab who understands the cultivation of vageta >.es and fruit trees, and to assist In greenhouse work. Such a parson, with satisfactory recom mendations. can Und a situation oy aiMraaalng. ?iu> reurencea, box 1,182 Post office. GARDEN^.? A SITUATION WANTED, BY A SINGLE nan. who understands the management of greenhouse and hothouse plants, graperies, iruita, flowers, shrubs, vege tables, Ac., the laying out of grounds, p ain and >rnament%l; lias had several yean' experience ooth In the -North and South, tstisfactory recommendations given as regards honesty, so briety and capability. Please addreaa M O. N., Herald office, lor two daya. GABIENFB'S SITUATION WANTED -BY A YOUNG married man. without incumnrance, who thoroughly un derstands lis business tn all Its branches, such as grejc bouse, grapcies, fruit trees and vegetahaa, aad laying out of new grounda; la a first rate plantsman: the beat ot city reference, .lone need apply <alo do not want a that rate man Can be ?n at WUhun Fitzpatrlck'a, orlst, 29th St., broad * ay. VTOTICB? A BAKKR WANTED. AT KKi VE 34Y BT., immediately. None but tkose understanding the busl Less ceed apply. nODYRRS-A STEADY MAN, WHO THOROUGHLY 1 understands his business ma' flu4 a good situation, b, appiying at J. Nona's French djeltg estab ishment, 199 East i weoty-Mxth street. mO INGRAVBRa-W ANTED, AN EXPERIENCED EN 1 graver and ehaser, ooe who understands both branihe*; alao a woman, to polish fine jewelry. Apply at Andrews A Brother's, KO Broadway. r MERCHANT TAILORS AND CUTTERS -ALEX. D. RkF,V?8, professor ot measuring and cutting garment* v as awarded by the American Institute one mesa I and two diplomaa lor the bent systen of nutting, the trade are re* tectfulv m>-lted to call and examine it at his office, 32; Broadway, f>ew Yotk. mo COACBMAKKRS. WaETED, ACOACHSM.TH AND X helper, at Cooper r coach fhciory , 97 and 99 Charles st. WANTBD-TWO GOOD PAPER HANOBR8, TO OO TO Newark, N. J., to work. Apply at 31 Dey st. New York. IiOHT AND FOUND. C ACTION TO 8ILVEB8 Mil HR, JRVKLLRR8, PAWN brokers, <tc ? Stolen this day. Match 27 from a dwelling houre in Weat Twenty third street a quantity of silverware consisting of MM, fad er, forks Ac marked L. T . L. A T , C. All pernona are eaatlooed again# parch* sin* the same, andany person giv ng information that shall lead to the re covert ot the Mine, at the ooUoe office, or at M Beekman ?treat, will be well rewarded. LOBT-TUWSDAY KV RHINO, 2&th INST . PASSING through Fnlton street from Broadway. N. Y., to City Ball, Brooklyn, a email wallet, containing some money, a note drawn to ore er of th? loaer. a jo sundry memorandum! ot no n> ? to any but the owner, the Under will b* snttasiy reward ed by returning it to 298 Jay street Brooklyn. LOST-A PAIR or LADY'S RtROLASBKn, INGRANL street, between Norfolk and Lodlow street*. The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving them at 193 Monroe su LOOT- ON THR 25TH INST., ABOUT 3 P. M., IN A Broadway and Twenty third itreet Mage, or la Twenty third itreet, near No. 47, a small roll of bank notes, about fif teen to twenty dollars. The Under wili be rewa-ded by I ear. ing i; at No. 0" Weal Twenty-third itreet, or at Dr. Hlbbard'i, 82 Nassau street. T OST ? ON THURSDAY MORNINO, MARCH 27, IN I J croidrf the Jersey City ferry ftos* Jersey City to Ne? > 'k, or la tM 10 o'clock trrin from Newark to New York, a . .sage, contain Ing some articles of jeweir* Ac. The finder ?nil be liberally rewarded by 1 saving it with th? subscriber at No 13 John itreet, New York, or tl >'ranklln street. New ark, N. J. J. M. DUHaND. T OST-A CAJfRO BRRA8TPIN. I* PRARL STRtRT, J J west of ("hoflism. or in Broadway, on Wedr eaday evening. The finder win be rswwdetky leaving It at 8* Nassaa itreet, rocm No. 2. LOST? WMlUi GOING PROM SOUTH FURRY TO WALT. ?' reel a bank book of the Seamen's Radk, Mionrtng to Fa rah Elizabeth . Whoever will leave the same at Hnnt's Botil or tie bank will be suitab y rewarded. (4 WbttehnlleL STOPPED- A DIAMOND, SUPPOSED TO BR STOi.RN. ah>iT to Henry Lyon, 168 Chatham afreet. ] RBWARDg. * 1 r n REWARD -A LADY, WHILK W ALU NO ON viol' the Fifth avenue with a gentleman, on Sunday even log. the 23d Inst, bad ber dress completely rolced by vitriol thrown np'n It Vy gome pen-on unknown. The above reward win be nMd far uny information which will lead to the arrest and eonvlctlon of the offender, by applying at No. 32 Oresn wich avenue. ?'JA REWARD-LOOT, A BUffDLft O* CAMCRLLCD CvF" checks and acceptances on Merei ante' Bank, N. T., or no US* to any one except the owner. The above reward wt>i b* P?l?, ar.d bo queeumt aaked. noon Its return. Address JAB. W. QUACKlNHUfcB. boi 2M Poetefllce. 4> O C1R>W ARD. -LOST. THURSDAY. IN BROADWAY. between the Car lew -n House and Wsrran street, a lad J ? gold huntlr, g case watch, win, gold crosa and onalQ at taened. The Onderwiii receive the above reward ny deliver ing the Mine at M Warren street. D. 0. HTDicAOu. *1 A RRWARD WILL BR PAID FOl TIB RRTCKR PIV of s mlnuatnre on Ivory , without ease. snopossd to have been dropped from the owner'* poeket within the laet ten daja. H. C. Hepburn, Bancroft Fnuae. or Se Wall street AC RRWARD? LOST, ON SATURDAY RVRNINO. CtJ March 22, between 9 and 10 o'elook whilst going from 168 Charles street to the corner of Washington, np Waahlr.a-on to Uammond street, a Freneh mink viatorine. The (finder will receive M reward by returning it to No. 7 .'14 Washington street. J. A. UOKoYiim. HOTRIH. " "" THRR PLYMOUTH HOUSR, LATK CITY HOTRL, (X)K ? nor ot Broadway and Howard street, has been undergo in* extensive altera ions and repairs and is now open tor the recep<?oe of gueele, both transient and permanent. The nn drrvtmed respectfully solletis the patronage of die travelling pnkilr in general. The aeefeee?etioe? cannot be sernaesed by any similar hotel In Mew Tor*. Ro ms and meals at al boon. *ROBOH W. HARPRL, Proprietor. SPECIAL NOTICBB. A MIL PBBMON8 ark hereby fobbed tbubtinq ? ?ny OM on acooun' ot HtMmbo*! John Faroe, without orders twaa m. 1 RlJHa.*DWON A 0').. A|niii MHAHO* 10 NOTICt - TUB LODOK BOOM OB *HR ? errner ot Broadway and Bleecker street t* to let. 'or one or two nights Id the w?k. Apjrt} to J Afc KM IJCCUJIBY, Bo. 1 Glint* Bufldtof , Juki O. low era, ,01 Kuirx street; or to K. Sedgwick, coruer ot Thlrt? ntfc atrostsnd Bwriwy. M ^MANHATTAN ASSOCIATION MO. 4, O. U. A.? THE ? eieve: th annual ir union ot thlt asec c'atioc win take plaoe at Sherman's (late Florence) Hetal, ? ? Monitor, Mat taw, at t o'clock P. M. Tb? members wUl please take nattaa 1km nf and prepare thtmse. ves eenordtnalj. By order, THwifJiLUJ pbatt, ~-niiir Jobk F. Hokums, Pwmtrr Geo. B. Rt mou), (> nu Ecboonmaker, Wm, t. Morlej, OrosKtee of Arrangements. M^HOl NT VEBNON TAXB8.-TBB LaBT TWO MAYS. ? Ike owntra of lots In Mount Vernon Kast, West, aod I eo'ral Mcunt Vernon, WaahtngtoovtLls Fleetwood and Wake Held are hereby cowled that toe undersigned, oo lector tie tha above named village*, will he present an Thamtov aM Fri day, 17th andttth of March, Iron 9 A M. to 10 P M., at the Fourteenth Ward hotel, to receive the takes Ito ??Hector ior the school district Ho. 4, will also be praant to raeatve the Mbooi UXM. FBBDINAWD SBPER, Collect* far NaUcberter. NHOTICK. - IMPOSITIONS BEING CONTINUALLY ? piac'itfd on paeaengsra ?v pa? enger maa, where n give notice, that ticket* or certtBcate* for passage istuadb; any pat senger agents to Caw York wiilnet he meet rod ea board any ship ot which we are qwaers er anata. TaP^OOT* A CO? 9? de*U? *trcet. /\FF1CE OF THB BBOOND AYBNOE BAILBOAl) DOM V panv. Forty aeamd afreet and beoood aveuue, New Toi March It, 186*.? *n eleetlantor Diree orsof the Second Irenor iUUlroad Company will be held at the company's office on Moo Jai.ibe 7th of April next, pursuant to aa amendment io Hi b*e laws passed this day. the po la wtU be opened iromflot dll two o'olock. Trutlar booka will be closed Oil dale. B< wder. PBILIP 0 ROOrtRH, Secretary. OHFF1CE OF THE CHIEF OF FOLIC K MARCH 26, l-5o.~ * n owner la wanted at the third district station bouae, % Barclay Uretl, for two Mirer watches. founo . Oh.* >. W. MaTSM/L, Chief of Poll** OFFICK OF THB KJflCKBBBOCKRR ICK COMPANY, 169 Canal street. New York.? ftotice- An sleoiioo for line trustees ol this oompeny. wtU be held at thetr otBoe, on Ties day, the cttfc da* of A?ril> next. Po l* open from It M. to I o'clock f M. 1 rarsfer books will be cluead from JOxh iotas' till April 10. By order of the board. W. J. Wilcox. SeCy. ,i B. T- COMPfON, Pres. Maw Yohc March 12. 1886. FROPOBaUL? OFFICK OF TUB GOVKRFORS OF TH < Almnhouxe March T, IBM. ?To marble wo-ker?? Sealed proporals will be received at ibe office of toe Oovrraoe* ot tba a loir houte, at their office, Kotuada, Park, until 2 o'clock P. M. of the 1? April next, ior laying vlth biack and white ulea. lr< m 12 to 14 inches ?quare, at tbe option of 'ha Oovernort, the floor* of tie lower hall or the new timtli i*ni Hospital oi> ICickweU's Inland; the "hitetllek) beot Italian maroie, aud a'l tbe woik to be laid in surged mortar (which will 3e titralshed by i te Department ) in a ?ui>alanUal ?n l wo-kmnnhke min d er. i he floors wlil be prepared for the mu.tar oy the ne par'tn-nt, aod tbe rrt tractor will be required t > pn!Uh the tile after|la< ing theiaanie, ana the surface to present a c eaa and evrn appearance. Prr.puaali wilt atute tie rrloe par squire foo'. and forifurther Iniormatioa apply at their offica. 1H> CONTRACTORS. -8?ALKD PROPOBAU WILL BK received by the Committee ou Streets and AaieviuienM until Wednesday, April 2, 18*6, for regulating and mttini Curb, gutterstooa. and p?ving tbe carriage way or Hadao 6 ?treat Waafclngton ttreet r lxta a' reet and rieonod atreet, and flasslDg aidewalksot Ueiame Plans and aoecifloationa can be teen at tbe office of the ? it' Surveyor, Mr. William Kxham mar, No 16# Waehlaatoi. street. W It Ll A M W HI fK, Chairman of Committee. Hobrken, March 19, IB06. WAKKFIFLD ?THE RRIOLlB MONTHLT MCCKTINO of the AteociaUon wtll take place on Pridar evtolng, March 28, at No lt<3 Bowery. Tbe Collectors of Taxea will be there to reoatve them from such a* have not na d f be mem berg ?iti! pay the taxes whether they have their deeds or not. Tlie Pnrchantng Trustee ? ill also be la at' end an oe to deliver deeds to those who pa> op. NEWSPAPERS. The great book trade sales the grand ball at the Academy of Muaic for the benefit of the Nttr ?ery, New York; ArdlU's new opera, "La opla: 'The o*p :ure of the slaver in New Yo*k harbor, and upwards of twenty other beautiful engravings, will a juear la)No. 17 of FRANK l>> St IK'S Illustrated newspaper, to be is- ued next Saturday, March 29. Price 10 cents, or H per vol. Office IS and 14 Spruce street. New York. y^HAT ARE THB BEST TRIMMINGS American Lajhu Bohrets f SCE _ YOUNG AMKBICA. ?* week; pi ice IK cents. Young Amerlaa is an tadepejf ent paper devoted to the interest of no party or clique. For saie by all news agenta and by T. W. 8TBONO, 98 n as tmu street. New York. FINANCIAL. $999,500 WAZ.,. On Ueuchaji DISC, Hkjar*, Ac. PAtraaaouita' licxrrs Booght. J. MACDUFF A OO.aW Brosttwny. c?ii kit Oi in - money to Loan oh * atohms. dia BUuu.vUU maads, Jewelry, mm dry goods. an? all kind* ot personal property, or buhght for oash, end a ao tor aale aheap. Motes, bonds, mortgages. ? look a, Ac., negotiate* Ho. 102 a assau street, rooma Ho. 2 and 2>?. corner of Ana. THOMPSON A 00.. brofeeaa and oommiaMon merchants t!7A AAA TO LOAM, ON DIAMONDS, WaTCHEs, 91 1 U.UUU jewelry, regars, dry goods, and all ??ln able propert*, at nor* ea?y rates than at aty other i flics In the city, or boagbt for caah. Vote* and mortgage! negoua'xd Buainets prompt and confidential Office hours from * to 6. at the old office ol BBaISTRD A Co., 36 John street room 3, sec.nd floor. n* W v-watohhb, diamond jhwelrt, sk 3>00 I ?Ul.'Ugin, aad every deocripttou of valaacle pro perty, bought and sold by JOS. E IbAAC, No. 11 Chamber aC, basement office, from 9 UH ?. Business Dnmpt aad snofctea HaL Old gold aad Mlvar bought. No b 41 Q HUH WANTED-ON BOND AND MORTGAGE. flpJLO.UUU en tlrst c'ass productive real estate In this worth thrte or four time* the amount, at per oent. Inquire of J. or W. H. WlLLaR, 713 Broaoway. fllin -VANTIO TO LOAN THE ABOTK fo.UUU. amount far one or two years, tor which good security will be given and a liberal bonus will be paid. Ad drees, tor threadays, J. T, Herald office. fl?Q ?f\|| -WANTED, ON BOND AMD MOHTfttGK, ?0.uUu. on improved property on State* 1 aland, for a term of ) eara, aa may be agrted on of .our times the value None bu' principals need apply. For fur 'her particulars, al drees 8. M , box 3,274 Poet office. Ant amount op monnt to a> am on aaosn term*, aad purchase at cash prises diamond a, watohea p'ata, rich jewelry aad valuable personal property generally ?. V\ oo i>, 6V Fniioo street, second floor, front room, V a M. to 5 P H. A tew superior oil paktMaga for mle at a bar gala, or exchanged tor im^aniMe. A TLA NTIC FIRE INSURANCE OOMPANT OP SHOOK A lya, March 1. 1366.? A semiannual dividend of eight pel ??eot haa this day been declared, paynbe on demand HORATIO DOHH. Secretary. A DIVIDEND OP MVS PEE CENT HAS BRSf DE A oiered upon the capital stock of the Chicago and Book Irfand Railroad Conpaay, payable on aad alter the IRh day of April, at the office oi the company, *o 13 WLlll km atmei The transfer books will be closed from tfce 1st to the 12th J April A. u. FLACK}, Treaaurer. (IOCBITUaTE BANK, BOSTON -NOBLE A MECKLKV J Mo. Its Greeuwicb street, will pay the highest price tor oochltnaie Bank notes during this week. Holders of theee notes are reminded that they must be presented to the receiver Id Bo*ton previous to aprll 1, as they will be worthless after that date. ONHTCAN ALWAYS BE INSTANTLY OBT&INKL oo securities, valuables, merchandise, Ao. Undoubted ousmess paper and property it known value bought for naat at sight AO tramactiona strictly confidential and aate. at the old established aad reaoonalole Pacllc loan and limnrtal of floe, 114 Grand street, over Pacific Bank. M Monet to loan-on diamonds, watches, jew elrj, pianos, dry goods, sagara and every descrlptioao valuable property, or bought tor eash. Stocks, bonds, notos mr>rtcagea. Aa., negotiated! Watches and jewelry for saia. A THAYIkH, 334 Broadway, rooms Mo*. 1 and 3, aaeond story. Mcney.-a gentueman haying a few thoc ssnd do lain unemployed, and not wishing to engage In > 'illness, wlil purchase, with the privi ege nt again redeem J them, watch e*. articles of jewery and plaie, at a fair Datlon Persons In want of small sums of money, tor short Cried* of time, may re y on being treated with iberallty, a. strict confidence. Apply personally, or ay note to Mr. FIL GIaNH. Mo. *62 Broadway, flrrt floor, tear of Dr. Beeae'? office, near Onion square. OMKY.-CASH LIBERALLY aDYANCKD, ON EVKBT M dctcripUon ol property. In sums to suit applicants, Idest and most responsible oT ~ ~ ?" 'he oldest and most responsible office in the city, 41 Howartf ?reet, corner of Broatwaj, over Ha wee' bakery, where tv? kUtc'est confidence may be relied upon. Business prompt. NJtW YOBK LOAN OFFCS AND HEAL EST AT Agercy. 906 Broadway, corner ot Dnane street, room No. S. third floor.? The proprietor Is now prepared to loan or tmyloreasb all descriptions of personal property, watches dtsmooda, Ac ; horses, earrtagea, harnees. cloths, sLks. snd also work* of art. Business prompt, aooommodatlng and con fideatial. Private offices tor the reoepUoa of ladles H. B ? Parties waited upon at their residences. r\T 1JCH OF THE HHW YOBK AMD HEW HAYHH V/ Bsilsnai Company. No. 1 Haaover street ? Noiee to bondhodesa.- Holders of 7 par sent barts of this compear, are her^y notified, that hi pmrsnanoe of an act of the Genera! Assembly of the Slate of Oonaectlewt, passed at its laet May Ii^niaslinma tc timortsed and prepared toeseiwaga tor the outstanding beads hearts g 7 per eeal interest aad net secured ?y mergage bonis authcriied by the oetere miiiM iae< act. beat Ing 6 per oent Interest, acd secured by aa only rami gaga the sempawy'e road, franchises Ac. Said exchange will bemade at iMaoflM onUl further nottee By ordarof tasDt T~? ? Ravings bahk.-mahiniAs' savings inhtito 0 f Ion, oorner of Third avenue Hd Nln'h street, fbr the bens It of all ehUMOs of person*. Interest allowed at the rate of 6 per cent on earns of HOI) and undsr, and 6 per oent ee some above $6T0 AH sum* depositad oa or before the 1st of April will draw interest from that day. Bank open daily from 9 A. M. to2p. m., andoa Wedncadavs aad Satnrdays from 6 to 8 o'clock, P M. THOMaS B. ST ILL MAN. risellaal P. W. Esos, First Ylee PrsshleaL I maaq T. burrs. Secretary To capita lists.- a socthehn bank cti aktkb, of very liberal pitvileges, is now offered tor sale Ad drese Mr. W? care of Messrs. Firth, Pond A Co., No 1 Frank lin tqnaie. THE MANHATTAN OAS LIGHT SOMPANT HKEKBT give notice, that from and atttr the U* of October the price of their gas will be reduced from three dollars to two snd a half dollars par 1,0M cubic feet S^H. HOWARD. Secretary. Wanted- the loan of ?w, f?'H which good sec nriiy and relereacea will be given. Addr?u a ooe, Herald ofliee. WWwTwrDM^tORI. HHR.K MAJESTY QOflSR YIOTORIA'S WINE MEE ^?otwnt, br apeelalaMoiatinaBt^||MM|MMH^H^d uronriev* ot n>botaon>(. Long's, Hotel*, sad tie Nerth and SoTtfc t Jttv Reading Hooma, has rdtonvM the whole or his extensive and old hntt ed wine stock te the eel 'art of hm varioas prlvato hrurea la Albemarle street American friends and oairnw will he nUaeed 10 address all tetters tor MMMviMto I niebed hmtae* and apartments to J. M ?* only office, now 41 Alb* mar 'a nt re#*, on?t?er of StaHn 1, tV-adl'tr, l^odm. N . H? *11 navmenta m James Na^(?ell'a ba?>er>, Msmra Mr Clauds SeoU A Vo., He. 1 OarstdWb square, Loadoa. BFHIIfQ nLLOTIBT, Ac. A MLLINBBT CASD PBOM MTU. CABTEB, 6SW s*5E%^.?Ssv Ms reuESSS. 2 the large and elegant stick of (toe/ straw Mid Neapolitan bonnets Iran material* ot our awn Importation, aod all of o?r own make- and with the mi parlor talent always ? nploved at this establishment. and mj own wall known taate thai taw bouaee la the bnoines i can compete and uoa* can azaal la rich dm or beaut* of atria, or lo*n??s of price A new sty e of miaaea' aad children '? bonnets la great variety, aod wail worthy the attention of thoee purohaMng. Poor experienced mil User* wanted. CASnS'8 Boniton Lstoe Factory aad Mmin*y, Hroadwy. AM1TBACTION OP NOV KLTIKS AT MADAMS B. HAB ? BIb It BOM'S, 871 Broadway ? Madame H. begs to c*ll the attention of her cumaroait friends and stranrer* t> their elegant aaaortment ot Imported Prenoh bonaeta. They were noticed by ail (he landing newspapers of Prtday, March 11. 8ee t ally Times lor description of atone of them. ro? instanon, ore bat. of white point lace crowned and flnlahed on one aide with a band of delicate white chip, and ornamented on thi other aids with a bouquet of water llUea. grass and ct*al. The cape, ot Vekw deep laoe, was truly charming Thia, and o'her novt-iilea. may be aeen at Madame B. HARRIS A B'jN'a.i bagi moat respectfully to Inform the > has opened a large aid wall Mooted jr. which ahe invites the attention of utA>AlON9.? THK tJBTS'AL PAL AOS PIB8T PRIZK r all ver medal, emporium of Paahiooa? Mm DK MO RS 81 375 Broadway informs the publle that her branek More, 79H Canal street, op poet to Greene, oooiaina the meet ?wgaat and trtistte daatgne of patterns erer offered, undor the aupertntendenee of Man Qooqall MBS. 0. H. BINOKB KK8PB0TPUI.LT INFORMS HKK pairoas and (hepusilc that aha will open a splendid Bi sons ant or spring miinoeiT, on Tuaaday, the 1st or April, at her atore 161 Pulton street. Brooklyn. M^MBTeoog^^w^ Importers ana Jobbers, Bave opened la their now aiore, 304 Broadway, oorner of Pranklin etreet. The largest and moat attraodre aaaortment to be toand in the dty, to wh'ch they invite the attention ot milliner* and dealer*. rKlftOH STRAW ADO PATTERN SOMNETB, ABTlrtCIAl. KOVIill, BIBBOKS, SILKS, BIO. VflLLINBBT GOODS.? G BO. N. OOTTKB, IMPORTER, iu ia no* opening, at his new store. No. 370 Broadway, Pars pattern and straw bomets, rich flowers, wreaths, fea thers. Ac., to which attention Is invited. Paris millikkb* ,-mrb. j. h gosson informs her numerous customers that she has opened a soleodid aa?rrttnent of ladioa' bonnets, dress caps and head dre?ses Merchant* and milliners are invited to oall. Mo. 173 Broadway. PRRMIUM MILLINKRY.? MBS. LAZARUS ISAACS, NO. S?K Division street, begs mast i i?ole? tn general that she has c stock of spring mUbnery. wb _ _ ladies to ca 1 and examine fbr themselves. B. B.? country milliner* supplied at very low prices. SPB1NG MiLLINKBT GOODS. Nos. 10 AMD n Jour STREBT. The undersigned, having extended the dimensions of his wsierooma by the addtti>n ot another store, is now prepared to oiler to the trade an extensive stock of goods in each of the eeveial departments of his b miners. THE SILK GOODS DEPARTMENT oomptises ribbons, silka, laeea, and all articles belonging to that branch of the trade, and Is constantly jeing replenished b> importations aid purchases at anction. IS THE STRAW GOODS MtPAKTMEHT tray be found every description ot Italian, Kreneh and Eng hfh stiaw b'junetu Leghorn hat*. Neaoo itan and straw laoes edgim-s. trimmings, Ac , together with a splendid "took of trench flowe.s, of new and unusually rioh and beautiful de ligDi IK THE SILK BOKKRT SHOW ROOMS are exhibited the n ost magi Iflctm PreDch pattern bonnets, of blx own importation, as well as a very large aasort'uent from his o? d maoufac'or; , unequalled in the variety and elegance ot ttyle and finish. THE DRESS CAr DEfABTMKtfT, just added. Is a new and attractive ftatute of the eVab'ishmeut, and the artic es exhibited c*iu ot be surpassed ia the beauty ard isneluliess of thaw patterns anddertgna. Ail the above goods are offered to the trade at moderate p rices, an4 a call respectfully solicated. B. T. W1LDB, Nos 20 and 11 John street. UTRAW GOODS I STRAW QOODs I !? D Ribbons, French flowers, buds, plqueta, Straw sheets straw twist, Materials for florists, Ac , Ac., at reduced prices for cash. HOMER A KRTCBUM, hos. 64 and 66 Jchn street, oorner of William. w 'tlMKRB BBOTHXBA, 64 AND 66 JOHN 8TBBV up stairs, Importers aad Jobbars of French bonnets, fMtJQOI. Prenoh flowers, S?aw goods, Kibboos. auks, Ae., are Ooeatantly opening k ohotee s? nrtmnn' nf the oAovs " goods, ot their own lmportsslon, received by evecy atsaaar which thev offer for srne at very low price*. i)KY GOOUH, II IHO PI*Cs? OP KNGL.I8H MOUHkLIN K DK LAINKB, ?UuU At on SBiujjia ran tub. Will be opened on Wedneeday , March X A. T. 8 raw ART A CO., Broadway, Chambers and Beade streets. Black LaOBa.? a nkw lot, just opbnbd; alsc Guipure and Chantill" follm, at our usual rate o? price*. Telia from 12s. to H. of the beat Imltationa known. Pre ask embroidered bands, skirts, basques, muslins, and eollars ao< sleeves to maldh, with a large variety ot other ardelee in ow Una. XILLMB A GRANT. 571 Broadway. BRODIR'S MANTILLAS JRETAII4DEP ABTMRNf.? orEiturG AiraotnrcEJtEnT. O. Brodle, 51 Oanal aad 63 Uapenard streets, win open on Tueiday, April 1* Ppring. styles of Paris. ObantMly and other mantillas Bis buier has just returned from Kurope with toe very lateat no veliies, and hia assortment Is now die iargeat and moot com plete m ma etty. Continuation or sale, or l*adbbat*r a oo.'s stock, At 347 Bmimnr, Compiling oumerotia reoent arriva-* from Europe of onlara la . NKW SPRING GOODS, Given by the above firm, all of which moat be (old at aa Ha mense red notion, to doee the aastgmnent aooounta. Silk a. Boawla, DreaaGooda, Mourning Good*. Olorea, Ac. All at the aame low price* that hare gained lor thia sate at large a Lotortetj. O. B. WILLIAMS A 00. tiHXNTILLT LACK MANTILLAS. _/ Wedneaday, April j. 0 OMITS rOB THK SPBING. ? LADIRS GETTING their aprlng drum made. In order to Insure a proper fit should procure a pair of MBS. GaTBOB'S elegant noting French wore eorsete, at 45 Third avenue, near Tenth etreet; or ?t 262 Sixth avenoe, near Seventeenth street. C COLORED DBMS SILKS t COLOMBO DBBSS SILK 51 / On sale thli week. Ore hundred pieces at Si One hundred and ten pieeee at tie Ninety -five pieces at |] /lit j magnificent illk robes, at 2 ! ruty superlative do 90 Imported expressly fbr Leadbeater A Co., will be sold at tort; per ceat below eost of Importation, to eloae alignment aooounta. G. B. WILLIAMS A CO., "547 Broadway. CBKNTLLE.-A LABOR ASSORTMENT OF CHKNTLLR, for bead dresses, for aale at KOHLS AAT BftO.'S, 48 John street. Damaged' quilts, to li st oovbre, and ibisb linen* - the balance at quilts aud tot.'et covers. Also just i ereived, fire cases of Irish linens, damaged on the voyage, the wbt'e oi which will be sold at an Im^eane sacrifice. O. O. HO;;K. 380 Bowery. DO BOt BUT MANTILLA* until Wednesday, April 1 GUIPURE LAOE MANTILLA*. Wednesday, April 2. HOB1TON LACK MANTILLAS. Wedneway, April % JAMES A HKARNK HAS OPEKBD ntS SPBIMG MANTKLETS, For best clt> trade, At bis new stnif;, Bo 77# Broad" *y, Above Ninth street. LINEN GOODS, THAT ARE WHAT LI A EN GOOD* ought to be, that Is manu.artitred of .ong flax, graet bleach'd, and frse from any mixturo ol ootton, can be had o* any desiiptlon at the Luen store 5 <8 Broadway. above Aator Piece. J. C. MLnLlKEN A OO. LADIKP, DON'T BUT MANTILLAS, __ Until Wednesday, April ?d MAONirlOBBT MANTILLAS. On Wednesday, April 2d. Muslim and lace curtains. FIYK THOUSAND DOLL ABB WOBTH Ol the above named aJrtlc es ordered b> the late firm at LBADBKATEA A CO. trom tne least expeaalve to Out most eoefly descriptions, at 40 per cent (Mow eo? of tmponatton, will be offered Cbr aiJi ^ to close aarifuaeni aonouuta. O. B. WILLIAMS A 00., 347 Broadway. Vf ANTILLAB, MANTILlaS, M AN f ILL AS. _____ Wednesday, April -2. ^JOCBNING MANTILLAS. Wednesday April I VneWRST FASHIONS IN MANTILLAS, lv , On Wedneaday, Api II 2d. New babegs and ti&ue bosks, being a portion of (he orders placed wMi EtaupMi ma nufacturers by the late fim at Leadbeater A Co.. and dot ohucd with their general steak, at a discount ul 40 pereeat from onst will be opened for sale this weak, aad win be oOsfad at tremendous bargalaa OPENING DAT FOB MANTILLAS. Wsdassday, April 2d. SILK MANTILLAS I Moiaa Ma ir villas ! I Vr.Lvar Mantilla* 1 1 1 On Wednesday, April 2d. j^PBINO AND SUMMBR MANTILLAS. Wedneaday, April 2d. CAJUNETOfCM AKD UPHOUTBHT. BEAUTTI B1EGANCBI KOoviiitTI Handsome tapeelry, Brtifs-w o?rpeU, 8s. per yard. Reautirul spring style ingraiL* ,? Gold window ahadea, lfs. per Htlf, HIBaM , "D^EWON, 99 Bowery. Gi BAND MPBING OPENING! r Cf auterb tagUsb MedaUi"ti t^'vst Tapestry and Brnasel* 0?>p?t#. Magnificent Mosaic Velvet *na ? Manilla Rugs. HIBAM Ai' . Oi Hotrerr. THK MlLITAn v. TTNION RIFLEMEN.? AN ADJOURN * L VKirrTNO OF (J th<* omparr will be held at Ooth'-o '?? I 3i? Broadiray on 1 uraday evMi'ng, April 1. at 7)i n'clo< i. >o eomp ete ar' rsigMentR t'f <elahr%Ung the twentlfA ?i mveraary ol the coo.psaur. B f voted Uie mmUng. HaMI'KL n. PARKKK. Oheirn.ana?d iateCi|.t*lnU. B. W. S. Moatnv*, Secretary. BOAHOI1TO AMD IiOOGUIO. /'OO 624 BROADWAY GRINNBLL BOO*K.-PAR U ?i&% Ion and Bedrooms, either together or septate, to let, with or without board. QQ1 GREENWICH 8TREET.-A FEW GK.VTLKMKN Oul Ma be accommodated with board, at $3 and $3 00 per week, at Mm. Taylor's. (11 Q EAST BROADWAY.? A PL K a HAN f SSOOND <JlO floor, through, with folding d>orv and large pantries, to let. with board; will be let separately or together; alao pleaaant room for dtagle gentleman 1QOW1BT TWENTY SEVENTH STREET, TO LET.? lt/O House haa hot, eoll and shower baths, gas and fix tures. with ahardeiiers, close s throughout an* a good ba h room, good neigh lorhood near EUrhth avenue aad La marUne pa ik. Poases?ion by the 6th of April. Apply to A. W. W aQ nOR, 13 Wall sueet. 1Q7 EAST FIFTEENTH STREET, (TEAR STUY JLOf veaant part, between Flr?i and Second avenues.? Uealiemrn at d their wives, alao single gentlemen, mar obtain desirable rot mi, furnished or unfurnished, with board, by ap puing as above. fit he house contains all the moJern conve niences. 1C7 BLEKt'KER 8TREET, OPPOSITE DKPAU ROW, IU | Two handsomely furnished hall oedrooms, with pla ts lee attached, to tot to eiagle gentle men, with board; hooae first class, oontalalng all the modern improvements; oa satge roule, and convenient to Bruadwa>. 1 EIGHTH AVJLMU* TO LET? M'IPERN ,THRKIC IOU story brick house an< store; will be put In oompiete repair. It quire of JOHN H. PELl, 51 wall street, south west comer of W II, tain. 1 A C TWfcljriH STREET-SECOND DO )R FROM SK lxu cot d avenm, nxwppoan oe secured Wth board at pre sent, or reserved, on ths seeood and third floors. Single gen t err en. or gentleman ana ynfs. can find a pleasant locaQ in. Family private, permanency, and persona of high reipectabll ity. HeCeiences exchanged. Car* and stages near. lHtt EAST TWFMTY-FIR8T STREET, ORAMEROY 1UU park ?Rooms with beard-Just vacated a lirge room and bedroom, with closets a?d bath attached, on the se ct > a 1 tioor; alio a room for a single gentleman. FRANKLIN STREET. -A HANI SOMELY FUE nicked parlor and bedroom on first floor, with bath tire aLd gaa light, to let, to gentlemen ; al *o a well furalihed attic clminhe r and a large 'root basement, unl'urnlahed. Qi| EAST BROADWAY.? A FRONV PARLOR, ON THtC Ou first lloor, to let. unlurnl ihed, to a gentleman and wile, with board. Houaa t uiulshed with gas, b?th, Ac. 71) FRANKLIN STREET, F1R8T HOUSE WE3T OF I U Broad* ay. ? A Alb large front rojm, bedroom and p*n trv h ttached. on tlie second tioer, to let to one or two geailnmen; ? i eskiast terved It required. Also, single and douole rooms, ? 1 ceatly turnlshed. Inquire aa above. OQ EAST TWELFTH STREET, BETWEEN BROAUWaY UO and fourth avenue? a large and well furnished front room, ob second lloor, to iet, to gentlemen only ; terms mode rate; private family. No moving in May. cn WEST TWENT1 THIRD RTRKET.? TWO FAMILIES, O I a.so two or three single gentlemen, can no w be aooom modated <rlth suits or single rooms, with board in that eligible orovn stone building, which la delightfu.ly loiated between Firth and sixth avenues. Also a delightful office for a physl clan, and a rery splendid location for sumieer residence. OA JONES STREl T, TWO DOORS FROM BLEECKKR.? OU Asultol furnished rooms to let on second lloor, p sa nies attached, with board. Has, Ac., in the rooms. Apply as above. References exchanged. No mov ng lit of Ma ,. one room suitable for a slngle^i'ottoM ^^"ed; alio, ()0 AMITY PI. ACE, FIR8T HOUSE ABOVE BT,kECKER ZD street, a little weal of Broaowe*. Handsomely fur n. ched apartments, with or without partial board. N. B.? Not to remove at May, Off GREENE SIRERT, >KaR CANAL.? A GENTLE Lj O man and his wife, or a few single gentlemen, caa oe accommodated ?lth handsome >r turnlshed rooms, with full or partial board Hot and cold baths, gas. Good table. Terms mc derate Refeiences exchanged. No moving in Ha/. 4 ABINGDON SQUARE, WEST SIDE, 8EUOND HOUSA north of Bank street, a desirable looatioo for the simmer. Apartments, with boara. convenient for families or single gen tlemen. References exchanged. 3 ASHLAND PLAOI, TWO DOORS FROM GREENWICH avenue.- Ro"m?, in suits or single, mav new be eogagsd pertuai entl? lor the season. In the above first class houm. fur ni?hed with all the modern Improvement*, with full or partial brard. Family private. References exchanged Access dv Sixth avenue carm, Amity street, and other lines of stages. A MAN AND WIFE, OR T*G SINGLE GRHTTEMBN, can be accommodated with rooms and board: the sltui tton pleasant; family small, no childien; at 183 Hudson street, i Lear St. Jobn'a park. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, GIVING UP HOUSEKHKP log. ere wllllrg to hire th*lr furniture. If the local! in suite, and It Is agreeable, would have no objection to board with the parties, in part payment Undeniable reference* given and required. Addi eas E. W. K., Broadway Post offl je. A GENTLEMAN AND WiFE CAN BE WELL ACCOM modated with a bed and sitting room and good beard, in houaa 247 Thlrtv first street, near ftlcth avenue. Ttie house Is entirely new, with modern Improvements. Reepecab.e re fereace desired Apply from 10 to 13 o'clock and trom 2 to S P. M. A NICELY FURNIBBED ROOM, FOR TWO YOUNG gentlemen, to let. one d?or from Broadway, between Grsna and Chambers streets; rent only $3 per weetjluqulie of B. W. RICHARDS, 307 .Broadway. A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE OR A COUPLE OF ping'e gentlemen . can be accommodated with board in a private family. In a houie with all the modern improvements, ?uch a* ga*. ba'h, Ac. Reference required. Inquire at 123 West 1 wenty second street, between Blxth and Seventh a vs. A SPLENDID HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM, with or wl bout bedroom attached, to let to alngle gentle a en in a private house, with all the modern improvements. aIho. a single room, with grate aid gas. Apply at 96 Prioee street, a few doors west of Broadway. Keaae street. >o Inquire at 'fjs BHOARD.-ONK OR TWO OENTLEME* CAN BE AC ? com modated with rooms and partial b jard, in a first class house, having all the qnodern improvements, by addressing K., Herald offlce. Termi moderate. Boabb.- a gentleman with his wife, o. <?k or two single gendemett, can procure plaaaant r ?>uu, with board, eonveclent to eara and stigee, by applying ai Aa 00 East Twenty -seventh street. BMOARD-A GENTLEMAN AND WIPE, OR TWO stogie gentleman, eaa obtain rooma in a private family, w Mi full or partial board, on reasonable tarae, at <3 West Thirteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth aveauea. Reter eaeee required. Mo moving In May. Board.- as every person ii new york, look lug tor b?ard or tor boarders, know well where to apoty, 1 invite stranger* also to apply al the same place, where tney win find a countaot supply; boarders politeIv directed fraeof charge. Citf.ee wS Broadway. R. D. UOODWI.V. Board at a private housk.-two or threk sing e gentlemen can be eooommndated with pleasant furnished apurtmenleon the second door, in a quiet and gen teel ( rival e house; hot, cold and shower hatha free. Terms reasonable. Inquire at M Walker street, five doors west at Broadway. Boabd may br bad in a private family ? Ibe house contains *11 the modern mprovements. Apply at IS Warren place, Char lee street, on the stage route. BOABD FOB a FAMILY.? WaNTBD, IN 1HE COUtt try, (or a gentleman and wife, their mother, and daugL er of tnlruen yean, board at a reared country reetdence, on the Harlem or Raw Haven Railroad, about twelve or flnee miles from the olty. terms moat be moderate. Addrs>?, with real name, giving location and terms in foil, fc. M., TP West Twenty seoend street. Board in hbooklyn.- handsomhly firni.shbk rooms to let. to single gentlemen, with or without botnl, on reasonable terms, at Mrs. Bohr's, IBS Washington street - ear City Hall. Board in Brooklyn -pleasaut booms to let suitable tor gentlemen and their wires, or single genu mtn. 1 he bouse is heated throughout, and has gas In evert m.m. Persr d? deslrlrg board will fli.d every home comfort, anc term ii reasonable. Inquire at S06 Washington street, nes* Fulton snd Wall street feme*. Board in bbooklyn.-a lady havino a new ht use, would like to dispose of a room or suit of room ion the second lloor, ti a family or gem lemen, with board; a'?o irons oa the third iloor. References tic banged. Apply at J 43 Lawrence street Board in bbooklyn.-two ob three gas tlemen or a gentleman and bis wife desiring a neat and comfortable home with full board 'or the lady only, inadesl rable location at easy access by Wall street or iJosth terrier will flr d every requisite on application at No. 8 Garden street, Rooms pleasant and convenient; first c'.ais references required. Board wahtrd.- a physician desires to bad ro*ma suitaale for aa offloe, with or without board, lr a private family, residing above Twerty-thlrd street and east otHxth avenae. Thoee having or who will have the above this coming May, will please address Spectator, Union square Post cffloe, for cm week. Board wantkd-in the country, in tbb vicinity ot the city, at a farmer's, nsar the water, during the snm?er, fer a genuemm, his wife and infant. Address, stating terms, location. Me., J. B. K , Broadway Poet offloe. B HOARD WA?TBD-BY TWO GENTLEMEN andthkir ? wives, in a nice, oomfortable location, between Cans! street and City Hall, on tM west side and near Broadway. Good board and good aeennunpdatiMu am ei pealed, >oa tea ?onablfterms. Address BAP., Herald offloe, ioifthreedays. BOaBD. -WANTED, BY A TOUNO M ABBIKD MAN, In a respectable tamiiy, a furnished room, with or with out partial board, at a reasonable price, until May. or longer. ACOresa, poet paid, with terms, Music, Colon square Post of OOABD WANTED? FOB A FAMILY OF FOUR PBB Jj mat in a pleaspnt location, with good board. Booms wanted on lut April. Beat of reference given and required. Addreas < men, Herald office. HOUtSK WANTED? THB WHOLE OF A bMAJL, OB part of a larger house In the hlghteenth ward, nearir virg place; rent not to esoeed MOO; u a pleasant neighbor hood; rest paid in advance if required. Address, stating par ticulars, Benjamin Wather, 86 Irving place. Board wanted? in a small private family, where there are no other boarders, for a gentleman and ady, board (or the lady only, where the oomforts of a quiet, mipectaole hme can be enjo<ed; would furnish their own apartments except carpets; wanted tor a permtnency. Ad drese Roberts. Herald office, or Broadway Post oillce, stating lull particulars Board wanted -fob two ghntlrmen and their wives; board for the ladles only; terms not to ex ceed 910 per week, including fires a note addresied to f. Mom-op, Brosdway Post office, for three days, will meet with prompt attention. Boabd wantbd immrdi atbly? by a YOUNG BAN, a ting e room, with good full or partial xi\jA, In the Tenth ward or ImmedUie vicinity. Address George Augustus, Chat bum t quart- Pcstofflce. Board waniedik rbooki-yn-by agkntleman aidwlie. In i rpti|. notable private family; would prefer to tomtit their own apurtmsnt. awm stating terms and location, which muat be witbin 1ft or VI minutest walk of Wail f tr?e' Irtrj, li M. B . or,i lHfi Vier*i<; office. BOABr!f?-m??w in* rihsr of May, at house ho 217 ?sst Kroei-wav, f* gentlemen anil tbefr wire* with n < n? ??cor d srd third floots ti quire at 227. j B Ibe fc'.u'e ?i"?all tbcBMdfcin lBpr?ven.ea'a. BOARDING AMD LODGING. Boabd wanted- by a touho mam, in a privats family, up Uiwo, not above Spring street. Adilf? 1. b. A., box 1.300 Post office. Boarding.? a k-w ukntlumeu can be aOcom mr dated with good board and heal by n omi, by apply n? a1 Moa. band 7 Dover street. Terms tS per week BOARDIftQ. ? BLAKE mOIC'S HOTEL, 87S 8KOO* D AVE tue.? Parlors. with bedroom* attic bed. Croat, od Oral and aeooad S<?r, for families or single gentlemen, on reasonable terns. Oss, laths, Ac. Private tab. e it dealred. L. BLAK BLOCK. BOARDINO.-A OENTLEM AN AND WrPB, ALSO TWO or three single gentlemen, ean be accommodated at the private bonding house, *o 18 Watts street, between Sullivaa and Tartck streets. Gentlemen, M 90 RROOKLYN HEIGHTS.? A PLBAB aN T AND HAND I) smeiy furnished suit ol rooms, upon first Boor, suitable for a family or aingla gentlemen, also, aocommodaUons upon third slory, can be procured in the elegant first elats dweung. 6J Hemara street, within three minutes of Wall street or South terries. Dinter at six. Oas, oath, Ac. Refereooee exchanged. Ho removal on first o t May. COUNTRY BOARD WANTED.? A FAMILY OP MINB or ten persons, with board, near tbe city, easy of acoeas; good aooooit* oda 'ions and suBstaotlal llv ng betas requisite, ai d terma moderate, for four or five months. AadreM, with psrucnlrrs, box 1 .694 Post office new York. FURNISHED ROOMS.? A FEW 81 NOLI ORMVLBMkM can be aeooeamodatad with f urnlshed rooms, without board, or would be furnished with Breakfast and tea, if desir ed, in a private family tm Mouth Brooklyn. The ears pass tbe door every live minufea, and the location la oleeeanl awl res pectable. Terms moderate. Addrees with rafeieuoe. (whlah will be redprooaled.) V. O. X. Herald offi )e. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET -PI EASANTLY SITUA ted, with eas. hot and eold water, at 866 Broadway, twe doors above Marion aquare. Inquire of P. dole. ?g ORMSRKD APARTMENTS TO LET TO SINGLE GBN ~ tlemen? Consisting of a parlor and bedroom, newly and bandsooielv furnished, with bath room attached, and every modern convenience, on the second ttoor of house c>o. 6 Ore at Jones street, third door from Broadway. References ex changed. u URNISHkD ROOMS TO LET? IN SUITS OR SSPA " rately, to gentlemen, with breakfast, If required, by ap plying at 141 Mnth street third door eaat of Broadway. House has the modern Improvemeats. Full or partial board.? very deuirablb rooms, (ote large parlor,) now vacant, suitable for sine e gentlemen, or get Uemen and their wives, at 88 Fourih avenue, near Btoad way and Grace church; bat te rr boarders accom modated. House airy and pleasant, and fitted with all modern improvements. GBNTERL BOARDING -IN THAT LARGE, COMMODI OUS bouse 161 Broome street, near Broadway. A fe w more select boarders can have pleasant rooms, with gas hot, cold and shower batb; pleasant, cheerful soclet' ; liberal table; dinner at 1 and 5 PM. and immedlat- poasnsston. Those who call will find terms exceedingly low for the superior accommo dations. , PARLORS ON FIRST AND 8KOOND 8TORIE9TO UE<T? XT Unfurnished, with board; also, single room, second s err, with board, at 17S Hudson street, SCPKRIOR ACCOMMODATIONS. FOR FAMILIES AMD single gentlemen, In a first claas house ?Furnished or un furnished rooms, with private table if desired, ma; be obtain ed. hy applying at 1U Eas'. Twenty. first street, near Grameray park, convenient to the Third and Fourth avenue ears and s'agee. Tbe best references given and required. Three rooms, with bath room attached, t* twn or three gent'eman, or a small family, with meals prl va'e, In alarpe bouse, with modern comforts, where no others will be received and the charge will be moderate. Referenoee exchanged. 231 East Tenth stieet TIO THObE WHO MAY WISH TO FIND A HOME FOR J. little children.? A ladv of experience wi'l take tbe entire charge of two or three little cllldieu. Direct to Mrs. A., Brooklyn Post offloe. WANTED- BY A GEMTLKM AN. A FURNISHED. SMALL parlor and bedroom, with bath adjoining, and breakfast served in the room, in a private tamll; ; will be permanent If sullea; location up tows, v eat of fourth avenue, and terma reasonable. Boarding bouxes will please not answer. Satis factory references exchanged. Please address, with full par 'Icolars. Z., box 4,664 Post office. WANTED? FOR A OEN1LEMAN AND HIS WIFE, three good rooms, wl>h f-tll board, in a genteel private family, or t above Nineteenth street. No boarding hause keep er need apply. Address, stating terms and location, box 3,976 Pest office. References exchanged. WANTED? ROOMS, WlTH PARTIAL BOARD, IN HO boken, on Hudson or Washington strest, f>r several gentlemen. Address H. Y. D , Herald offioe. Terms mode rate. X\l ANTED A FUR9I6HKD ROOM AND PARTIAL TT board, (breakfast and tea.) bv a youag gentleman In a pleasant location, within fifteen mltutes' wa kof the general r*oet office; private tkmlly preferred, or where there are not many boarders. Address, with terms. B. C., box 184, Hera d office. A1 HOUSES, ROOMS, &C., WANTED. PAKTMKNTS WANTED? WITHIN TWO MILES OF I the Post office, consisting ot pa- lor, kitchen (or backroom) and two bedrooms. Rent not to exseed 912 per month. Ad dress C. N B., livening Post office. a FARM OR SAW MILL WANTED-ON LO*G BL is and, for which good oropert< In New York or Brotk ljn will be given. Aoply to J. MILLS, 16 Carroll street, Hiooklyn B1ARM WANTED. ? WANTED TO PURCHASE, A FaRM, ot from forty to flflv acies of land, with a good house, and other outhulldirgs; a so a good wall or water, situated from ten to twelve ml es from Jersey dtv, la the State ot N? w Jersey. An* person having a term of tse above desciipttoa to dispose of mat bear of a purchaser by addressing H. L B., box (23 New York Post office, stating price, Ac, O1 HCUPE W ANTKD ?a TWO STORY AFfO ATT I J HOUSE, be ow Grand street. east of the Bowerr, Id ft oleaaant lo cation tor which a fair rent wlU be paid. Address Lennox, 2M Front street. aoi-Bs wanted? pabt or a house, four or five rcoms. entire tecotid floor; modem Improvements, is a good neighborhood, and airy, between Twenty-third aid ? mrth tireets and fcecotd and Rtghth avenues. occuaied by c wner, or a smell respectable quiet famllv, for a very qui*, respeetable fhmny m It ree persona. neat macerate, nalertnoea exchanged. Address Palmer A Co., 378 Broad way. House wanted.- part or a house in th? tenth or Seventeenth ward wsnted bv? small American family, in a good t elghrorbott , whete the comforts ot this lite ma) be enjoyed bent not t- exceed <775. Betoren rc? ex changed. AC drees, slating pariioalars. J. B D., Herald offise. HOUS? IN TBB CCUNTBY? WANTRD TO BCRT. A furnl* he <1 bouse, (or the summer months, on the eaat bank ot' the budson river, set seen Manhattan viUe and Sine Mng, near the railroad. Address A. P. L., Herald oflloe kfl OR TWO BOOHS WaNTED-BY a YOUKO MBN'3 ' literal* association, to be usea as a meeting and library room; location prefeired between Broome and Aator place. AddretsT. M., Herald office. FLRT or A HOU8B WANTED? BT A SMALL FAUCI (,T, In a genteel neighborhood, below Kigh'eenth street, wast side. Must have gas and water. Lower part preferred Ad dress. statlag location, terms, Ac , a. 11. P , Herald offi ?. Room wart rd on thk first floor, (an enq l'th basement house preferred,; la a good neighborhood, on the weai side cf the city, anovtf Kourih street, for a select private school ot about twenty scholars. Parties baring such will p.eace address B. C. L.t box 2,441 Post office. TO CARPBNTBR8 AND BU1LDRRB, OR OTHERS.? Wanted, a lot, or ofceap house ana lot, or lease. In exchange for locks, stiver plating a ad othir hardware. Address or ap (jly to Lock Manufacturer, 76 West Twanty -ninth sweat. Haw WANTFD-PaRT or A FURNI8HRD HOUSB, with kitchen. Address J. a., box No. 7, Poat office. OU ANTED- PART OF A BOUSE, IN BROOKLYN, TT pleasantly situate*, by a small raml'r or three person ?. Kent not to exceed $810. Address tox 3,&?9 New York Poat office. WARTFD IMMEDIATELY? THRRE HANDBOMK FUR nithed rooms, or a i>ma,l, neatly rurnished boose. In a good and de>irat>le location lor a small famllv of three grown beirons, at a moderate price. Address Henry P. Wells, Herald office. WANTED IN HOBOKRN-BY A VERY QUIRT FAMILY, gcn'len.an and w ile "iilr, part of a house In Hudson ttreet , tour rooms wt'l be sufficient. Address P. B. B., Herald office, statltg terms, Ac. WANTED- TO PURCHAsR A HOUnE IN CANAL, Oracdcr Broome stress, between Broadway and the Bcwery; price not to exceed >10 000. Also, wanted to bite, a (mulshed home, between Fourth and Fourteenth street*. Apply to A. MALHEtC-iM A BUN, 206 Brosdway, upstair*. BILLIARDS. A LABOR ASSORTMENT OF BILUaKD TABLED, OF I the best qnallty, and at low prices, will be found at oar manufactory, On largest and most complee in tae city, second hand tables to be sold at a bargain; they are In order. O'CONNOR A COLLENBMR, U Ann str BILLIAJtl) BaLLB? A FINE ASSORMKNr OP BIL 11a r 1 1 balls and Freeoh eue tips for sale, at the lowest qashprioea, by WM. M. WKLIJno, 480 Broome street, oorner of oroaby. BIlLIAKDH- W? OFFKK FOR HALK A FINK 8TOCK or teoond head and nee billiard tattles, with our new In vented cuamona. Private houses and clus rooms furnished. ORirpiTd k DicCKER, 90 Ann street. IJATftNM) M&BmUaBY 19, 1*86. -MICHAEL PHRlaITB I model MM tab ee aad or.mblnaUou oiunlooa. beyood qomparison Or beet ever oooatructed. For sale only at 30 Chambers street, vp stairs. Beware of imBeUoas. JtSOAS WISHING To PUKOHaUK BlLt.lARll TABLES wuuld Or.d It to their advantage by celling at W. J. a HARP'S. 141 r niton street, where he haa an assortment o< new and three seeotid hand billiard tables, with Improved beds and cushions of his own design. HKWItia MACHINEt SBWlhO Mai'HINRH.? LETTHRS PaTBHT OF HI ?' United States were Issued to A. B. My, upon applloatloi ot Jatham H. ( .onant. dated June 16, 1H86, in which the c'alm li stated thus: ? 'What 1 claim aa my Invention, and deal re to se cure by letters patent, 1s an endless rotary elotn render in oo-n blnatioB with a reciprocating needle or needles substantially as described " Other letters patent were Issued u> a. B. Wlf soi, November 12, 1880, aad re Issued Jan. 22, 1806. The re Issued patent contains the following c alms:? 1. I do olalm, as ot my own Invention, the method of causing the sloth, or material to be sewed In a sewing machine, to pro gress regnlarly by the joint action of the surfaees b-tweea which It is cleaned, aad which act in conjunction substantial ly In the manner and tor the purpoaee herein specified. 3. 1 claim arranging feeding surfaces substantially, such aa are hereto specified, ft such relation to the needle aa herein set forth that they or one or them ?hall perform the office of strip, ping the cloth or material from the needle as it rises or re cedes l rem it, aa herein described. 4. I claim so mounting and attaching one of the feeding sur faces to some other psrt of the machine, thelUimyba removed or drawn away from tha o her surface at pleasure, substan tial!; In ihe manner and to eflect the obiecta herein set for h. All persons are cautioned against making, using, or vend lnr any sewli g machine having any ef the aoeve dervleea, except llrensrd by us as all such maobtnes infringe these two clear and It disputable patents, wnieh will be strictly aeforoM. t-ui's *re now pending lu the Southern distrlot of New To**, srd In Ma>sarhneeUs sgsinst the so oall<>d .Singer machines, wtlch are a most manifest Infringement of noth these patents. All oUer sewing machines, laving either a rotarr feed wneef or a preeairg plaietor folding the wort to the snrfaneet the J rSm" v, S' Proprietors of the"above patents. "inm siaau'eo-onng ? nmoany. ana im U rover Ada peeltg Machine t ompanr, !Mikrd 400 Brjadway. NaIHaMM. Wns Ei.HR, Mfi Broadway. O. B PCTtaB 40* Sroedway^^^H