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SXTTATIOIVg WAVTKD?KEM\liKS. I
Arksh:< tabi.e young oikl wishes a kitualion
in k" Uultfornla, as nurse or lady's maid; l? competent
to t' arli hi Mien under IS ye*:* old, with Kronrh. If
required. md will mako herself generally usul'ul- Address
M. M. H K., New Brunawiek Post oScc, N. J.
A YOUNG PERSON, A NATIYli OF GERMANY. WISHing
to return thither, would he ultd to oiler her survives
Sen family going there, either to lake care of rhlltlren or to
take charge of an Invalid. Addre-? 1'. It , Herald otllce.
A YOUNG AMERICAN PTJ'.WON, OF THE HIGHEST
resjHHttil.iliiy. would hike to inert #omo in^ family,,
? hith ti?4
euri'In both; best of reference give"- Address t- A.,
(or two daj a, Herald olllcu.
A RESPECTABLE w>1 NtS WOMAN WANTS A situAtton,
understands dl kinds-of eookiug. and la a jiret
nw ?uh?r and lienor. Ihrano objection 10 New York or
iwekli n iirivjli.ii iho best ol rim t neea. (.ullnt No. II ,
(fchnni rlioru at., r-r rr Court at., Brooklyn. Call bo boon for
wo day a.
YOUNG W'TIOW I.AI1V WOULD LIKE A SITUAtion
*1 housekeeper lor 4. widower, or a gentleman of
?..... or aa Ht' wardcsa on oho ot tho ocean steamers; nl'erenoes
lirat class. Address C. B., box lot Herald ollico.
A protestant girl wishes to obtain sewing
at her boiler, or would go out by the day or week; eho
can do all kinds of family sewing, Inrluding khlrta uud
Aremra. Call for one week at US St. .Mark'a place.
TTtOR CALIFORNIA.?A SITUATION WANTED, BY A
J* young woman, to go 10 rnlliorniu with a ludy us sonnieuwas
or totuko earo of children: prefers a Protestant family.
Addreaa for two dayi M. M. U., Brooklyn Post olllee.
OKNTLEMK.vs AND LADIES' WASHING WANTED?
by a rcapci table woman, who is un experienced hand
end understand!! it thoroughly; or would go out by the day in
rlrute families. Good inference. Call at 171 East 32d xi.,
Between lot and 2d uva., third Ihsir, buck room.
Housekeepers situation Wanted?by an
Ainciican Udy. Uelerineei given. Apply at No. 12
M xv.
Ladies requiring tiibir own materials
made up In the most fashionable style ami on the most
?eonahle terms, for their young children, will pleaxo lnfor
Mrs. B., Itki Variek street
"^fONTIILY nurse.?an experienced person
gage menu lor the lull and winter us monthly nurse; the best
inferences given; would nut object to a permanent situation
lo an Invalid, rioles addressed to Nurse, euro of Dr. ParMS>,
42 Clintou place, will bo ullendod to.
Situation wanted?by an american girx*
from Cotme diout, to take cure of children and assist In
plain sewing. Cull at her present employer s, 105 Amity St.,
Brooklyn.
WANTED?A SITUATION AH NURSE, BY A LADY
fully competent; little or no compensation required;
inference cuu bo given. Address W., lloboken City Post
Ace.
WANTED?A SITUATION AS FOREWOMAN IN A
elwuk and muiililiu establishment. lias hud sixteen
gears'experience In one employment. thin be well recoui Mitded.
Address CluuktuAker, llcrald odice.
Wanted?by A respectable girl, a situatlon;
one who is u good cook and laundress; has no
bjaction to do general housework in a small private family;
kss good reference lrom her lust place. Call at 85 East 15th
L? MMemeut.
WET NURSE.?A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE MARRIED
woman, whose husband has been unfortunate in money
Matters, would accept such a position in a lirst class family,
he havlug lost her ? hiid hut recently. This is a rare opporiantty
to secure u persor who in worthy and possessed of n
Bind disposition, utul understands the care of an Infant.
Good rel? renee given. Address N our rice, Chatham square
Foal oflice.
HELP WANTED-^MALEL
Boy about fourteen yeabs ofaok wanted
loatteml to the outdoor buslncsaof a real estst" ??!llc?>.
Salary one dollar per week. Address a note to C. B. A.,
Herald oillce, giving references.
/AOAL BAILSMAN.?WANTED, A PKKSON OK 1CXI Krience
and Inllucnce, to sell tirdt quality coal to families
mm! others on ooMiiuiswioit. Address, with references as to
rtiwii ti i and ability, Coal, box 213 Herald oflleo.
WANTBD-AN HONEST CAPABLE COLORED MAS
ns wuihT in h private family; he must also have hivd
nperiettce in (hiring. Apply to Mr. Coombs, Scientific
Juiwrian office, 37 Park row.
WANTED?A VKW WELL EDUCATED CASH BOW
for our retail. Mu*t pr?du"e the l**st of reiereucea.
Apply to A. T. Stewart A Co., Broadway.
WANTKT) ? A PERSON THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
to take charge of our retail Mantilla Department;
mailt be arcpiainted with the Broadway trade, and produce
tbm best of teatimonial* us to ability, character, &>'. Also,
mmm for the Upholstery Department/ None others need apply
o A. T. mavad a < ( . (
WANTED?A OOOD ACCOUNTANT, ONE W110 IS A
flri-t rule |x iiinuii. to wine ooa.lonully on evenings,
aad a few hour* on tjuudayi-. AiUttm A. B. C., Miuliaon
faare l'uat ofllce.
1 C m WEEK AND A l'EK AS A.NT, BB8PB( TABEE
ViU podltioii to a Kinart, ortivn man, who i nn loan hla
employer about $I,()0n. on good *>*<iirlty. A u?! judge of
MM) iirefcrred. AJdresi T. \V. 8., box KW Herald oil.ee,
I1F.L.P WABnUMWUISfl.
A?OOD COOK. WASliKB AND I HON Ell, ONE WIIO
can come well recommended and is not afraid to work,
?rtu And a iiei oiaue.ul muiuiiuu and good wages by applying
1?a We?tfoih ?L
CALKSWoMEN WANTED WELLACQUAINTEDWin
U trimmings, velvets, ribbons, A".; until be u go-id ssleswnmi.
having held situation < of lite satim Wind. None but
upenenced bauds neod ujiply at 8d2 Broadway, near Union
WANTED?THIUTY OOOD STITCHERS AND KITMr*
on military equipments. Apply at No. C Reads (t.
arnerofElm.
WANTED?A KIKST RATK COOK, WASHER AND
ironcr, in a small family. Apply at ltd South Kirsl
t, Williamsburg.
WANTED IM MEDIATELY? KOR CHAMRERMAID AND
waiter, an Industrious, neat ami sternly girl, Willi g kkI
riV teferencos. Apply at U1 East 17th at., from II) to 2.
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY, TO WORK ON WILLImrry
ami fanny goods. Apply at 11} Myrtle avenue,
Basoklyn.
WANTED?TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK, IN A
very email family, a young and tidy S'-oleh or German
gM; must be a 111-I rate washer unit IriqpT and good plain
Smb. First class refer"nee required from former ernployra
Apply at 08 West 27th si., basement door, from 10 to 3
M., for two days.
Wanted?A SEAMSTRESS AND NURSE. OOMPHtent
to take cam of an infant two weeks old. Good
snfareme required. Inquire at No. 112 Sullivan M.
IWIATIOM WARTED-HALBI.
All EXPERIENCED SALESMAN IN THE FCB Business
Is desirous nf obtaining a situation 111 that llne;l>e
karougbly conversant in a>l its details, and can give the
Mat uueiceptlouuldu references. Address It. kl., oox 1M
Bit aid vAice.
A GERMAN MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS COACll nan
and gardener, with a sr.iall fatuity; good retercnee
^tts. Call on M. K. I'ahl, Peeksklll, WeelcLtaier county,
A OOOD BARTENDER, nAVINO $SD TO LOAN IMS
employer, van have a permanent .situation in a first, la
Bple mom, on Broadway, atom to up"ii soon. Audtvrs
file UoOfii, Herald olDce.
Navy or merchant seryice.-the underslgned,
a bookkeeper, desires a i-osltlon as captain's or
oner's clerk; best of relet e.uecs. Address W. K. M., 2ta)
hraluga street, Baltimore.
THE TKA11KS.
m SHOEMAKERS?FIVE HUNDRED MEN TO MAKE
JL said lit army shoe*. Apply to James Uutinau, No. 3d
WANTED IMMEDIATELY?CARRIAGE TRIMMERS
and harness stlleliers, to work on knapsacks and military
work. Apply at 64 East 25th sU
n K SADDLERS WANTED, ON KNAPSACKS, AT id IlOW11)
ard street, between Mercer and Broadway.
in OR 12 curriers WANTED?TO WHOM STEADY
a.VI work will be given. Apply immediately to II. ri.
SdOOMU, Wilmington, Debtnare.
~ DANCING A( AI)KMIES.
Adodwortifs dancing academies,
Mo. Sift Fifth avenue, rnr. Twemy-alilh lit., New Vork.
No. 137 Moutatiue street. Brooklyn.
BRASSES?Tuesdays end Fridays in Brooklyn,
Coimnrnring October 1.
CLASSES?Wednesdays and Saturdays In New York.
Commencing (Viola r 2.
In the new building on Fifth avenue recently erected for
(be purpose will lie found every requisite for aurh an establlahuieui.
In addition to the dancing, obiaaea will also he
formed for eaervieea In a now syste.m of Calisthenics, espewftaHy
valuable to ladies and rUIIdren of delicate Iriitne. Mr.
Dodworth would be clad to make arrangement* ?llli aeiulnariea
fur lessons in Dancing, Calisthenics or Military Drill.
Circulars for terms, Ac., may lie bad at either aeadeiny.
BROOKES' DANCING ACADEMY, 961 BROOME ST.
I,. De llai mo Brraike* will ooen his A':adeui> on
Tuesday, September 17, ISol, for adiAta, and
Wednesday, Kept. 18, for children.
AU the new daili es are received, and will be produced In
cmptd sneeeaainn.
opening soiree, wednesday evening, heft. 25.
TThANClNG AND CAI.I8THENICS.
XJ MK. AND MIts. TRF.Nolt reopen their well known
Private Dam ma Acadeuiices, 80 South Eighth sixeel. Brin k,
tyn, E. D , on Monday, Kept. 16, and 6ft Wert Thirty-fourth
atreel, New York, Wednesday, Oct. 2. While all the fashiona.
Ma Danre* are carefully Imparted, Depot Lmciil and the Phy.
Meal Vigor of theh pupils are not overlooked. Private Ia-a on*and
Schools In the city or eouuirv attended to. Terms
ha New York, $8, $10, and (20 per quarter. Mr. T. will let
Ala Rooms for respectable evening parties. Terms $15. Send
farcin ular*.
TRBRRKRO R DANCING ACADEMY, ft9 WEST FOUR
Mf toenth street, opens October ft. Circulars, lor terms
Ac, may be. had at the Academy.
J A. MACPHF.RRON'H DANCING ACADEMIES
. NOW OPEN FOR T1IK SEASON.
Continental Hull, corner of Thirty-fourth strret and Eighth
venue; Military Hail, 183 Bowery, opposite Spring street;
?allege, 7# Varh k street, near Canal.
Days of tuition Monday and Thursday afternoons and even- I
Iimt- at 76 Varlck street, near i anal.
Tuesday and Friday alleruoous and evenings at Military
Hall, 198 Bowery.
Wednesdays and Saturdays at Continental Hall, corner of
t Mm loin lb hi met and Eighth avenue.
The first Assembly at 76 tarn k street will come ulTun Monday
evening, Sept. 29.
J A. MACPUERSON'S OPENING ASSF.MHI.Y.
. Military llall, lw Bowery,
Monday Evening, Sept. 16.
Days of tuition, Tuesdav and Friday afternoons and
veiling*. All the now fashionable dance* taught.
PROFESSOR BOND'S DANCING ACADEMY, OYMNAaliim
and Skating School, 276 Blenkcr street. Classes?
Mondays and Thursdays for ladles und gentlemen, Wednesday*
and Hatuntay* for Juvenile*.
TDUMAK, BAI.I.KT MASTER OF TIIE THEATRES
Royal at Barbn and llauover.?Dancing Academy, 267
Rowery. Lessons $1 per month, every night. Tuesdays and
liaenlr* ksaous Ml cents, iatdiea afternoon
X
NJ
^ MUMCAlx.
A lady! fukly competentto give instkuoUon
on the 1'iano, would like a few Pupils, to attend Hi
fhclr reildeneer: terms >10 u quarter. Address E. M. II.,
New York l'oa>. office.
A ITAMfcJ (LALtV t)K GENTLEMAN) WANTED?TO
J\ give Kgaynis ho one person In exchange i?ra?imi'iirtaMch'iui*
nI)ill Hoard; one speaking Preuch preferred, Apply
48S Hamilton |Arc*1, near Roosevelt street Ihtrry, WiUiuinxburg.
AMAdKmCENTHEVr.N Ot'TAVE ROSEWOODt'lANOforle
for nolo, richly otirved l<*;s and o*ae, round corners,
fiillhron plate lined with satin waod, overstrung lima, Inlaid,
and with pear. 1 keys, made to order for thu present owner by
city makers, fully guaranteed for tlinje yearn, been need
seven months, cost $A00, Will ho sold for JUdO, Including Stool
and Cover; also elegant Drawing Room Bull, coal $300, for
HISS. Inquire at 70 lYeat Tweuiystslh alreet, near .Sixth
avenue.
Guitar and ringing.?natoi.kon w. gould,
Guitarist, l'roin'the pi lucipul coneerta, Mo dianlea* llall,
4e., Ac., enuldes hie pupils In a few lessons to avomnsuy
songs and play eO'edtfvoly the most ndunred coiii|hihUIoiix.
Addecus RR Fourth avenue, near Tenth street. N. B.?Just
ar rax fed ilio "Southern Retreat.
nENRYRC.nKOKDEIHR 1'IANO, VIOLIN, GUITAR AND
singing instrvelioiiK, by classes, will commence the llrst
wt->k In October. Terms >ti per quarter. Applications can
be made ut the subscriber' iresidence, No. 37 Diehard street,
between Hester aud Canal, Private tuition ut tho pupil's or
subscriber's residence.
TIGITTE ,t FRADHURY8' NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG
J Moss I'utent Insulated Null Frame Grand and Square
Pianofortes, Adl Broome street. What every!sidy says must
v?u-uri DTrrjuiraj says fcutjr are tuu oust, inereiorc wiry
must be the best.
Mu8ical.
Wanted, by an American "Professor of Music.
A home, where his professional service* would be considered
an equivalent; tenches piano, violin, guitar anil cultivation
of the voice: would furnish own room, and if a desirable
location run be found, would pay some cash; would not
engage for less than one year. The advertiser ia u pupil of
distinguished masters in Germany; has had much experience
In touching, and refers to more than twenty famine*
In this eliv In which he is now teaching. Address for one
week Equivalent, No. 271 West Thirty-fourth street
Mit. gbobob wm. warren tea0hb8the pianoforte
and singing in New York and Brooklyn. Applications
to Firth, Pond A Go., M7 Broadway, and at hi* residence,
Bo. 6 Garden street, Brooklyn -Heights; also by Post
ollice.
"ijr.mov u. - nou v!-: waters, agent, hah hp.
J.V moved to 481 Broadway, between Grand and Broome
street*, where lie sella new even octave Pianos for $150. and
warranted. Second hand lHanos and Melodeons from $25 to
$130. All kind* of musical merchandise at war prices.
Pianos and Meloileons to let from $2 t-o $d per month; rent
allowed If purchased as per ogrceincut; monthly payments
received for the same.
rnilUtTV-FhK PIANOS, To bp SOLI) WiniOTT KKA
serve before the 1st of next month.?These Pianos are
manufactured by a celebrated city maker, are warranted, and
a ill be sold at a sacrifice. (.'all at No. 7b East Twenty-second
MVt Ot.
\riOLINS.?OKO. GF.MUNDEIV8 CELEBRATED NEW
and best old Italian Violins this mouth at half price.
15S Ninth street, New York.
ixiTRVCTlOV.
A$i wbitinq glass ?mb. dolbbar, 408 broadway,
guarantees to remove stiffness or trembling from
any hand. Ladies will Icain a ?uy lisli English hand. G? ntlcmen
learn an elegant, rapid business hand. Stationery 50
cents. Bookkeeping class $5. Private lessons $15.
\t dowd'8 reporting books, no. m broadway,
fliort band Writing uiul Bookkeeping are taught
uny una cvruing. rersons who commenced a I'-ourio of instruction
in short hand writing six months ago arc now completed
in the reporting profession, and cun command salaries
from $1,000 to $4,000 per annum.
/TUHAN 1NSTITl'TE, AT FOWLER'S PLACE, NEW
\J Hamburg, Dut? hem county, New York.?A clusidefil ami
common ial boarding rchnol, where the common and higher
English brunches. an- lent and modern luugnagcfl, mathematics,
in ur-ic and military turtles will be taught. English,
Fiem-h, Spanish and Cermnn teachers of the highest reputation
and talent in the institute. Also a primary department,
a gymnasium, line playing grounds, Ac. Will he reopened
*11 the 10'h inst. For < ireulurs apply to ANDRES CASaARD,
New Hamburg, Dutchess oonuty, New York.
DI8BROW 8
SKATING GYMNASIUM,
Fifth avenue, corner of Thirty-i.enth street,
Will open to the nubile on Monday. 10th instant, for inst
ruction .. ;d ex? ivlse in the healthful and beautiful art of
Parlor Skating.
Professor of Skating Mr. J. HAINES
Lttdh-s daily from 9 \. M. to 1 o clock P. M.
Gentlemen daily from 7 to 9 A. M. and 6 to 8 P. M.
Children daily from & to G P. M.
Private parties may engage the gymnasium dally from 1 to
3 P. M.
Evenings for ladles and gentlemen from 8 to 10 o'clock.
A Hiind of Music will perform every evening.
Mr. IH&hruw intends to make this establishment one of the
most attractive places of amusement ju the city. lie reserve*
the pro Urge of excluding all objectionable pef.-om.
T tp.s ??f oibBcripilon made know n on application.
Skates of the inosl approved patterns for sale, to let and
repaired.
Single admission (with the privilege of skating) 28cents
Children (under twelve years of a;;e) 16 cents
French ikktztutb kor yobbo obntlbmbh. no.
48 East Twenty-fourth street. ? Boarding and day
H('t<ou!, rhuciicnl and comuiereiuJ, fourteen teachers?six
American, five French, two German, one Spanish. A
primary dcpurnnrnt ana a gymnasium. Hee prospectus for
details. Frofessor KLIE CilARLlKR, Director. Will bo
re-opened cm Tuesday, September J7.
(no v f1: n e * f ? a toono last, very rb8fb0taT
bly connected, perfectly competent to tea^h ail thn
branches at an Bntliflh education and the rud ments of
French and muni*-, d"*lres an engagement In a private family.
to take charge of two ?>r three small children. Address
w, lioi 4.r.. Ni v \i rk PeetoAoe.
MRH .1 H EDWARDS HAS ARRANGED TO OPBN,
oa September 18. a Boarding and Day School for young
ladies and n.i&scs, where the c(>inmoii and higher English
branches, the. Aiu-Icnt and Modern Language*, Drawing.
Fainting and Music will be taught bya corn* or competent
tearheea The residence of Mrs. EDWARDS isoneol the
finest in (he ?*ity, being on Washington square, affording a
charming view and pleasure ground. The most scrupulous
euro will be given t" the morsl culture of the pupils, and the
discipline of 'he School will approach as near as possible to
that of a well regulated private family, combining cheerfulness
of Kpirit with propriety of demeanor. Those desiring to
learn further particulars may nee Mrs. Edwards personally,
or address by letter at 220 Fourth street.
Midame c. mbam bueksabdt.
2'22 and 224 Madison av enue, corner Thlriy-elghth street,
ENGLISH AND FRENCH HOARDING AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,
(Formerly 22 Weal Fifteenth street,)
Will re-opc-i, with ihe commencement of the session,
HeptemherI2. Madame C. M. B. will be at homo from the
1m of September. Circulars at Hrousing'*, 7(11 Broadway;
Lock wood's, 4li Broadway, and 222 Madison avenue.
Murbat hill seminary.?thb misses howLAND'S
Seminary for Younc Ladies, 22 Kurt Thirtytilth
1 ticet, second door Vast of Madison avenue, will reopen
on Wednesday, September 18, when a punctual a.tendance of
their pupil* Is requested.
M0n& ifc DB oban'd-v AL's BOARDING school,
Col leg! Ate and Commercial. Hudson terrace, Hotxiken, I
N. J. Terms, $200prr annum, k 'ferenoes: Mr. E. Fonvcrt,
30 Broad street; Mr. E. Plunkett, 130 Broadway. i
MM?! A. CiH'TAN S
French and English Boarding and Day School,
No. 270 Fifth avenue, corner ot Thirty-first Ktrcet,
Will rei'pen on "Mommy, September 18, IftlH.
Stammering ca red tn a pew lessons.?afpi y
to G. \ \LE, Teacher of Navigation, Surveying. Draughting
(with Per pectlve), Bonk keeping, A?\, and Furnisher of !
t.cirnltlic and liberal boi.ks, an Vulney's Ruins, Fain.;'* ;
Work*, Ac., 831 Fear), corner of Frankfort street.
fyUIE MISSEH DKI.ANEYS BOAKDING AND DAY j
M. nnjiKII |i r loung ArlUieM, jso. O WycSOU lUCI'I, b'lUlll
Brooklyn, will open on Moudiiy, Sept. 16. Terms $'AW per
Minium.
MK. LESPINAHSE'8 FRENCH DAY AND BOARDINO
School, IIOiiTi'l 1111 Clinton place, rc.nnencd. French 1>
tin- language of the school. Classics, Mathematics, French,
Engl.ah, SpmiiMh and German laugh'. without extra charges.
J unlor dopai tmenl under Mmf. Lesplnaisa'icare,
SPANISH L A N H CA U E-Ml 1' 1U A NO~G O R ItT N^HAs" HEpj
sinned Instruction In the above. Eor further par lieula
re apn'y " the niori said, at bis office, room No. 7 Clinton
Hull. AM or j'hue, between llio hours of 11 and 12 A. M. and
t ana "> P. m.
SCHOOL. AND HOME EDI.'CATION. - PRIVATE
French, iPinun. English and Spanish Classical and
Cuuiinereial Hoarding and liar School, with fine play ground
and Fyiniianiuin, 47 and 19 West Twenty niilli atre.el, between
Broadway and Sixth avenue. Mr. LOI'IS KRNHT
taken charge of a limited number of boys, lte-opeoa Monday,
Seplenilier 16.
fPltOY FEMALE SEMINARY.-THIS INSTITUTION
J. oilers the accumulated advantages of nearly litty years
of successful operation. Every facility Is provided fur a
thorough course ot useful and ornamrnlal education, uuiler
the direrllon of a corps of nun than twenty professors .-.nil
teachers. Kur circulars apply to JOHN 11. W1LEAKD,
Troy, N. Y.
SPECIAf, WOTICKS.
Anv notary pobuo wxxum to rb8mn in
favor of the advertiser, for a reasonable ruiiipeiiKailun, '
may addreaa laiw, box 172 Herald ofil- e.
TiH KEKA LODGE, 177 I. O OK O. K?THIS LODGE,
AM having accepted ul the invitation of Brother KlUha
Kitckniau to visit him at ilia beautiful grove, on a picnic
excursion, will meet hi their lvtge room on Mondar evening,
the 16ih itistani, for the purpAtc of coinpletiiig the necessary
arrangements. Brolhern of other lode* are Invited ton!tend.
ASA BUTMAN, Seerelary.
M OMAN US' 0B8BQC1B&?TUB MEMBER8 OP THE
Executive Coinniitice are requested to meet at the Steven's
House, corner of Broadway and Morris eireel, at 7
o'l lock Monday inornltig, where KiilUtble badges will be [resented
to them, Ht.d from whence they will escort the remains
of Terence Bellew MeManus to St. I'Atriek'sOathedral, w here
solemn High Mr KM w ill be erlehrated, the office for the Dead
chaunted fir the repose of his soul.
Tho Mllltury Hoards of Honor will assemble nt the same
time and place, In accordance with the orders of their respective
commandant*. john o'mahoney, Chairman.
K. J. 1,AI.OB, > ? ,
.Isvr.s SANDmRI), I ' r tori**"
Masonic ?the members op Atlantic lodub,
No. 178, are requested tn meet this day (Sunday), at
haif past two o'clock P. M., at the ferry foot of Barclay
street, to attend tl.e funeral of brother licnr/ O. l.'alh"ll.
By order oi the W M. CIIAKI.ES W. SY, Secretary.
Notice to pi blic cartmen, expressmenTnd
drivers of the aims to renew their llcenaes.?Notice Is
hereby given that renewal* <<f licenses Id keep public carts
and express wagons, and to be public carlmen, will be
granted at this olllce between the hours of 10 A. M. null
2 P. M. dally, commencing on Mondav, the 23d InaL Tbo
numlier must be newly painted on each aide of the carta or
wagons, according to law, and thrrarta and wagons brought
to the Park, west of the City Hall, where they will lie Inspecu
d, and Ihe old license, after being rhrrfcej by the Inspectors,
must be presented to the First Marshal, for renewal.
No licensee will be reuewed after the SI ; day of October.
Bj the Mayor. _ J. C.BIRNBAM, First Marshal.
jnATOR H UrriCK, wpu H, 1861.
HIL.LIAKDM.
Akine stock or 811 arts improved billiard
Tables, with I.ih newly Invented patent ruahlnnn, suiterlnr
to any now In 'me, will lie sold low for rash. Call at Ms
tuamifuctlny, lid Pulton street. Alao A few second band
Tallica. ]
1tlOR. SAI,i:-* SPLENDID STOCK OK NEW AND
J aeennd hand Tattles, 'A) Iter rent less than can 1"' bought
elsewhere. Table* to let. Orders by mail attended to.
W. II OKIKKITU, 140 Fulton stiect.
J)HEEANH PATBNT 1MHROVBD BILLIARD TABLES
AND COMBINATION CUSHIONS.
1'jtvte reduced to suit the tlnna.
I'UEIsA* A CULLENDER, 67 Crvsbj Ircct. s
bw york herald, sun j
bqahuing and lodging.
A SMALL I'RIV UK FAMILY WOULD LET A II \M>"
hokmr iy furnS h?*?l suit of Kuomi, a Parlor and tv. ? Bedrooting
a bath room adjoining, on tin* vcoihl thior, v. ith
Hoard. The. hoaae has nil the modern its.pm\i?twon' and is
pleasantly *lto?vd on .Nkimiy 111U. Inquire at JWl Lexington
avenue, third houac above Thirty-eighth street. K?l?rowers
requited.
At ltm and LI26 moadway^-mnt 8uits op
(toonm, handsomely furnished, with ill the m"d? rn
Icnpmveincuts, with private table. Alw I!u?mun ami Hurd
foi sliiglr gentlemen. Near Fifth Avenue Hotel, b.uvcen
Twenry-f ith and Twenty-sixth streets.
A LADY HAYIHO YAKSM THB fi rst OLAftS HOUSE
K4 Second avenue, earner of Seventh stret-t, lift* h lew
bnitssnd also some single Rooms to dispose of. t'-ill at
house or address hot tt.KWft Now York Post ofllee.
A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD LET TIP:
second floor. e'iijMirtiing of three large well furnished
K mmiis. suitable for a party of four or live perr>ou*; every
convenience adjoining; house and location everything in l>e
derlred. Also, a kwuiII Koom suitable lor ? gentleman. Apply
at 147 Lexington avenue, corner of Thirtieth street.
A FEW HANDSOMELY TTRNISIIKB ROOMS TO
rent, In units or singly, with Board, for the winter; .
terms reasonable; house first class. Apply at 44 W?*t Ninth
street, near Fifth avenue.
A PRIVATE FAMILY, HO. 121 EASY THIRTY P " ITU
street, between Third and Fourth avenues, will accommodate
a small family or two single gentlemen with furnished
Rooms and Hoard. Res: of references given uml required.
A GERMAN FAMILY, OF THE HIGHEST UESPEl'TAbility,
will let a tew pleasant UooniH, with x/client
hoard, to single genilenie.ii, or I'cnileiiien and iln !. siv-r;
the houiM* has all modern improvements; location good, In
Niuth street, betweon Fifth and Sixth avenue*. Apply at
No. 1 Barclay street, corner ot Broadway, busemcnt.
A FAMILY OCCUPYING A FIRST CLASS HOUSE,
would rent, with Board, pleasant Rooms, * tillable tor
families or (tingle gentlemen; house has all the modern improve
men (a and is conveniently located to earn tund stage*,
flood table with home comforts. No. 3 Albion place, 410
Fourth street.
AT NO. 54 BART SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR UNION
square, spacious Rooms to let, with Board; connected or
single, furnished or unfurnished.
A FEW HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS ARE
XV still disengaged at Mr*. Bunt's, RW and 10H East Fourteenth
hut. t. Parties returning from 'he country will (iml
pleasant apartment* at reasonable prices, one block from
l jiiotk square.
A PRIVATE FAMILY OFFERS SUPERIOR ACOOMOdalions
to one < r two families and two single gentlemen:
also two Uu;,c Rooms ou the first Uoor, suitable tor a
phyaloiaxi; hou e in I buw; irfni low; nfiMUMN e:,. hang*
ed. Apply at to East Twenty-eighth street.
A FRXVATB FAMILY WOULD LET TBM SECOND
XV Floor, consisting of a parlor and bedrooms, w II furnit-hed,
to a party of gentlemen. Partial Hoard or Private
Table it desired. House oonvenn-tuly and pleasantly local :d.
Apply at 8d W est Tweu'y-sccond street.
AT TUB LARGE FIRST CL 488 DOUBLE HOUSE NO
xY 1-7 Hlcaeki r street, we.-t of and near Broadway, is a really
lirat olaes family Boarding House, with Rooms urn:mpfttMdfta
AmmmI owl suit*or Ainglfl: thi h -t
place in the city for the style and quality of what is offered.
Auk n tle m a n a n o w i fk <> it tw o si no le < e xtl?
mon inay obtain anb'.o>unt Room, with Board, in a
private family, at 48 Weal Twenty-sixth Hireet, near Broadway.
House hua modern improve men In. Tonus rvasouablo.
ACTIO BOOMS,?two KIOE ROOMS, wits board,
iV for two in each, for $7 per week. Prlvuto Parlor if roqulred.
Small family. Ear y dinner. 00 Amity ?tr et.
A private family oooupyikg a labor, plea.
Hant house, will r? ut u Mult of Apartments on s.eond
or third Poor to one or two gentlemen. Partial Board if desnvJ.
42 University place, corner of West Eleventh street.
V furnished or unfurnished parlor and
1! I too in and Room for a servant, with or without
B aid, is wunlod by a geuileniaii and wife. Must be below
Fourteenth street. Address box 6,015 Post olliee.
At 66 twentieth street, corner OK fourth
. avenue, Oramery place?A suit M' Rooms, handsomely
furnished, to let to a l l uily with private table, or to gentlemail
without Board* Also a few pleasant Booms, with or
without Board. iu f' lcncoaexchunged. House and location
hist class.
A8ma1 i. private family would let a si itof
Rooms, very nicely furnished, together or separate, with
hutiS'"k pinga'v??innioibitions, If required. Rant low to a
g<wd tenant. Apply at 110 West Thirty-seventh street.
At the first class double house 189 and 191
West Fourteenth street, Rooms handsomely furnished
and newly painted, in suits or single. Term# moderate. The
best of references given and required.
Aback fablob. ok first fioobi also suits
of baxitlRomelj Furnished Rooms on *. oond and third
boors, suitable {rr families and jingle gentlemen, to rent,
with Hoard, tor the winter. T?Tins reasonable. Apply at 3d
West Twllth street, near Fifth avenue.
A gentleman wants a comfortable boom
with a plea Rant private family, where he will treaten
as one of the .'.irmly ami where there are no other boarders.
Addrc 38 Uo m, box 108 Herald office, staling particulars
as to family, An
a gentleman bbquibb8 an dmfubmishbd
2\. Parlor, 18 feet long, ou first iloor, for the purposes of
a study and olliee, between Tenth and Twentieth streets.
Third and Sixth avenues. Address J. II., Pout olliee, 831
Broadway.
T 7-1 EAST TWENTY-TIflRD STREET-HANDSOME
M wttu Ui?ru, luiaimu
Dt'?ti Fourth avenue.
A FAMILY OF rOUB OftOWM PERSONS, OKB
child and servant, desire Hoard In a small family. They
will require two nwiun ni.d bedroom. Rrfrremits exchanged.
Address, with full (Mriieulurn, box 1,267 Host offlcc.
A LARGE HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM, WITH
Bedroom adjoining. on secoiid floor, to lot, with Hoard,
In the first t ion house 7C East Twenty-sixth street, between
Lexington and Fourth avenues^ also two Koouui suitable for
tingle gentlemen. References exchanged.
A LADY WOULD LIKE TO LET TWO HANDSOMELY
furnished Puilira to ago n tie man and lady, Hoard for
the lad} and pa rial Hoard for tl??* Krntl.tr.au If required.
Family small arid private. House has all the modern improvements.
Location unsurpassed. -Apply at No. 6S East
Twenty-liftb street, near Lexington avenue.
A FAMILY RESIDING OK THR FIFTH AVENUE
would lot, with Hoard, a tluru story front Room to a
couple for $14 per wr?k. References exchanged. Also, two
R'.ioms for single gonUcmeti. Addre.su W. 1*. W., 93 Keade
street.
A WHOLE FLOOR OR SINGLE ROOM, ai.so a I'll yfl.i.xn'rt
Olllre, for single gentlemen or families, with <?r
without Hoard, In a first class house; private family. Cull
and see. No. 2 Kufct Thirty-fourth street.
4 LADY OOCUPYING A HANi'.v)MK HOUSE. WITH
a V all the ruoderu Improvements, would let one Floor or
three Rooms, neatly furnished, with kitchen and all convenience
for housekeeping, at moderate terms. Apply at first
house on Second awuue, below Fiftieth street, cast side.
A PRIVATE FAMILY OCCUPYING A LABGS BROWN
Conn house, pleasantly situated, will rent a suit of
Hoomn on second or third floor, with or without board. Inquire
at 323 West Twenty-second street.
i suit of handsomely furnished rooms to
a\. lent, with iioaid, at 2/ West Eighteenth street.
Avery large elegantly fumbiied front
Room, second floor, to let, with Hoard, to a lady, or a
gentleman and lady, In Thlrty-ilrst street, bctw in Eighth
and N'nih avenues. Modern Improvements. No other
B>ud<rs. Terms moderate. Location good. Address lor
two days, Mm. Muson, r union K.
A DELIGHTFUL LOCATION.?FAMILIES OR GEN*
A tlemen can tind pleasant Rooms, in suits or separately,
with full or partial Hourd, inallrst rlnsa house, pleasantly
situated on Washington square. 220 Fourth street, WashingIon
L-quare.
A NICE FURNISHED BOOM TO LET?WITH HOARD,
to a lady; also Renins to let to Keutiemen, without Board.
Call ut No. 101 West Houston street.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WISH TO LET A FURNISHED
Room, without board, to one or two gentlemen; terms
moderate; gas and water in the room. Apply at 184 West
Fourteenth turret.
A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM, WITH FIREplace
and gits; rent $2 per week; also a small Room
for one gentleman, rent $1 25 per week, inquire at 1G0
Prince street.
A PLEASANT SUIT OF ROOMS ON THE SECOND
.M. uixu mu w n?*v4 vj aj?|'iji?m hi i*o wesi rourieemu
street, lliree door* from Seveulh avenue.
A STRICTLY MUVATB FAMILY, OOCUPYIKO A.
. first < Iopr nous*, between Tenth ;?ti?t Fourteenth streets
and Filth and Hixili avenues, would lot an elegantly furnished
front rarlor and Hertroom, commitnieatTug, on the
s ^ (itul floor, with large pantries, bath, furnace, 0:1 s. jgo., to a
gentleman and wife or a single gentleman. The hiynr?i iv ; e.
MUKTlMiiIt, L& Broadway. lu MrVNY
WIDOWKIl WHO MAY HAVE A DAUOIITKB,
between tlit! ?? ?? oi two and six yearn, and wishes a
home for the tamo in a jpotoel private family .where there
are no children boarders, will hear of n desirable, r 'tired
and health) location In Brook^ii, by addressing, with real
name and references, I). Ward, bos 501 New York Post otlice
A GENTLEMAN ONLY. TO LET, AT 711 BROADWAY,
a very nice apartment, with all the modern Improvements.
A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING IN AN
agreeable locality, desire to let to a party of gentlemen,
the entire second floor of their house, Gas, bath and luopie
cl<}*>* ts. niml.'rsi'e. It'-W- .red partial board. Inquire
at 06 East Twelfth street, nsar Broadway*
A FURNISHED front RECEPTION ROOM AND
bedroom adjoining, on the first floor of the new English
house, 21 See .Hid avenue, sural 1 .? r an office, oi for a huly
and gentleman, with or without Hoard.
Board.?to let, spits or single rooms to fa milies
or single genlli men, in a four story brown atoms
house, finely !urnisii.- '. 1<? unsurpassed; terms hc>d?-rata.
No. a Murray liiii Park, between Thirty-fourth and
Thirty-fifth streets.
BOAr.D-IIAND.SOME SPITS OF ROOMS FOR FA Milieu.
Also, single Rooms for gentlemen. Apply at 74
Filth avenue.
-|>().VRD? HANDSOMELY FURNISHED PARLORS AND
O lied rooms, in twRs or separately, with fall or partial
Board, can be obtalncdaj 196 Tenth street. The bouse n first
dlSt Location delightful, and convenient to cars, stages, Ac.
Board.?a gentleman and wife, or single
gentlemen, can obtain Rooms with Hoard >it No. 5
West Washington tdnce; also a suit of Parlors on first floor.
Location Im very pleasant, being opposite the square. References
inquired.
Board.?gentlemen and itiieir wives or
single geutlemen c.tn obtain neatly i uruinhed Rooms,
with Hoard, at 218 West Fifteenth street; also a suit of Parlors,
unfurnished, on the first floor, tokt, with or without
Board.
hoard-second door FROM FIFTH avenue. a
JJ wtuowr lady, whose family 1* private, will let, with
Hoard, two Rooms, on second floor, (ommuukatfng by aliding
doors, making pleasant apartment * u v p.ent lemen or u
gentlcioan and wife. Location No. 3 East Thirtieth street.
Board?at r? stuyvesant street, continuation
of Aator p'scc, second of the new English husemont
li.i'iM riCH iuf Third avenue; u front and bark Parlor,
unfurnished, with Board; also, a gentleman and wife, or tv?o
jlhfilcgtuiicxucii ::\u be fiCwuuiwtu:id rJUi JPuud* .
JAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 186]
BOARDING! AND LODGING.
T)OARD.?A km all family occupying an eleJ
? gant wwidoin e on Stat? n Island, wi.ukl like to add to
their limit* circle I?y reviving a gentleman ami wife an bourdera
during tho lull urid w tutor. For tortus addre?a H., box
tUOOIifion Staton IhUu<I.
Bo amd \t HOME.?4unglb ob suits of booms,
for Hiii ',le gentlemen Mil l.iwilliiw, titniislicd, or unfur*
niahoS, wiih or without Board, can be hud in a pleasant
hou?e, Willi the modern Itnprnvem* nt?, near Kith avenue;
convenient to care an 1 Magea. Uel'orenoca cxchugcd. Apply
at 87 CU n ton pises (E (bill strw 11.
BOARDING?AT 2t?4 TENTH STREET, BETWEEN
fit rt ,4\ nun md ?? our a. qioilomi n audi their wives
can be ae- ommoduUM with Board and Uoonm on the most
reasonable terms. a Kinall Parlor, Itmlrnoin and <! uhe?
elouet will he li t to two, g.iu lucluded. Tile house bun all the
modern improvement**; Is convenient to cars and stsgee.
Boarsino?waVtbo, ros cumlb gbnvlhmbk
Addte-iH Janitor, bo a 4, Glib Post olhce, stating terms.
Boa riwng?with best of accommodations.
Parlor and Bedroom oil'ered to a ;*"? tie man and wife,
on hcrond or third tloor, in a private dwelling near ThirtyIii'ni
street, between Broadway and Filth avenue. Address
W., bo* 80 Herald oUkos.
DOASDINO IN WBST FOURTEENTH STREET,?AM
J J entire Heroud Uoor, handsomely furnished, in a lirstelusg
house, and private family, to let, with Hoard, to a gentleman
and wife "i small family. Address F. H ,box 1,808 Fust olAo.
"nOARDINO.?A SUIT . OF ROOMS ON SECOND
j 9 noor, I rout, to n t, with 15o.ua; u mo lloo.its lor single
K 'UtloiiiMi, at IIS Weal Twenty third ,tr?o\ between Sixth
and Seventh avenue*. Reference* exchanged.
Boarding.?a gentleman owning and occupy
int? a handsomely furnished limine, lu a pb*/iKU4it locution,
wishes to meet with two it three persons ?l<-sirous of
housekeeping. To any uggrceable pHi'iy tliia oilers a pleasant
home, jih almost any arrangement caa be made. a ldu s# w.
u. 'i'., herald yllk
Board wanted?.n a akjxq ladv of quov
lnibfta and unqueMioe.ed respectability, in a genteel private
iuimly; a good^slzed room, with Crotou and gas required;
where tew or no boarders are taken; locution below
I'ourteenth Mrrt and west of Br .idway. llefereucoaexchanged.
Address M., box lid Herald ollloe.
TTOARD W ANTED?BY A LADY IN A PRIVATE FAMILY
J J wle i e ibt y are no other iKiardern, or with a widow lady.
Address E. li. W., Union square pot;t ofllce.
Bkooklyn.-to let, with board, a larch
Room, containing hoi and cold water, closets, <t;c., to two
gentlemen, or a lady and g ntlemun; bath on the same Hour;
also a Room for a "single gentleman; dinner at 0}* o'clock.
Apply at IDS ClinkOll street.
I30ARD IN BROOKLYN.? SINGLE GENTLEMEN CAN
J J In* accommodated vt uh furnUhed Rooms undlhnrdat
45 Nassau street, live minima' walk 1 rom Fulton Carry.
Dinner aldo'clot k. Bath and gas, Ac., through the house.
Board in Brooklyn.?married or single
gentlemen cuii he uccommoduted with pleasant Rooms,
with or without bedrooms attachml, in a llrst class bouse.
Good neighborhood, convenient to nil the lorries. Terms
moderate. Apply at 47 Concord street.
l>oaui) in brooklyn?rooms to let, with
_w Board, at 19 C mcor.i street. I lots eeou tains the modern
improvements, aud is convenient to Fulton and Wall street
ferries; reference required.
TVURD IN BROOKLYN.?A FEW GENTLEMEN OAN
J) be accommodated with Hoard find pleasant Rooms on
reasonable terms, at 44 Nuihuu street. Reference required.
T>OARD IN BROOKLYN.-A GBNTLBMAN AND 018
J J w ile, or two or three single gentlemen, can have pleasant
Rooms, w ith Hoard, at SO Gheevcr place, bt^wcen Harrison
and Dcgraw, links and 11.my urecu. Terms moderate.
Five minutes' walk from South ferry.
1B)AKI) IN BROOKLYN.?THE PROPRIETOR OF TIIE
J) Globe Hotel, 212, ~11 and 24tJ I'tlton street, and ill P?neu[
pie street, nun oil t pleasant K.? ins for families or Kindle
& uileinen wishing Board tor the winter, nl reasonable rates.
Dinner at the G.?l? Hotel at hulf-p i?t one o'clock, nnd at
Pineu] !?' ? street a*, six o'clock. NAM.VliS, Piopriclor.
Board in Brooklyn.?wanted, a gentleman
and w I'e or two tingle getitteineu an be auoomuiohao d
With go-al !?.?;.id at l.'il Court street, m ar Pacific,
Board in Brooklyn.?board pan be obtained
in a ilrst eiaen house, pleennUy locatod on the Brooklyn
Heights. Apply >H ?J3 Rem-en street.
flOARDON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS.- \ GENTLEMAN
A * and \vife or I wool* three genth men ? an be iiooiiiiiioduted
with Rooms and Board in a small l'aioily,.at 27 Poplar .street,
three minutes'wnlk Loin Pulton ferry. Modern improve*
incuts in the house. Uefi remes exchanged.
"OOAltDON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS?LARGE FURNISHJ
J ed room on second story to let, with Board, to u gentleman
and hU wife or two gentlemen: ?Lo single rooms for
gentlemen, n few minutes walk from VYali or Fniton lorries.
Apply at do Hicks Street.
Brooklyn heights.?a sett of rooms bitttahie.
for a family, to U t, with Board. The house is pleasantly
located, conveiiirut U? cither Wall street or Fulton
ferry. Apply ut 87 Henry street. References exchanged.
Brooklyn heights ?two large pleasant
Rooms to let. to a neulleman and wile or two sinulo ue.u
tinmen at 213 Hicks street, two minuten fio.n feri .es; bath,
gas, furnace., Ac. Dinner at <i o'clock. Keferein?e? exchanged^
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS.?NO. 4 WILLOW PLACE,
threo minutes' walk from Fulton ferry.?-A New England
la.iy offers a pleasant home to gentlemen wishing Board.
Rooms furnished ur uu furnished. Reference required.
BOAltD FN SOFT 11 BROOKLYN.?A PRIVATE FAMILY,
occupyiug an elegantly furnished house close to the
South ferry, will lie hunpy to accommodate one or two inmuten
for the win tor. Ilot and eold water baths. Ac. References
required. Apply at 96 Congress street, four doors
west of Henry.
HESIUVBLi: Ft &XUB80 BOOMS Oil SECOND AND
third M?*>rs to let, m suits t?r separately, w ith break!usi
if required: terms moderate. Call at 371 Fourth street, near
Lafayette place and Broad tray.
TOLBOANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS* WITH FULL
.1 i Board, ?l No. 1 West Twenty.fourth street, opposite
Finh Avenue Hotel. Dinner at 6.
fJILBOABTLY FURNISHED BOOMS ON 8BCOXD AND
I i third Moors for m u ried gentlemen; also Rooms for
single gentlemen, with Board; iiuiiimoin ami spa 'oum
floHetsntinehed, with writer and g.is; every accommodation
for first clans boarding. 1 ID Waverley | laec, near
\\ aohftngton square.
fjAl RNISHMi) OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET?
I" iu suiUor t-inglc. with partial or full Board; also day
boarders. Locution pleasant. Lest of references given and
required. Apply at 124 West Forty-ic*\iid street, near
Broadway.
TjIUKNISHED PRO NT ROOM TO IJST, WITH OR WITIIX
our Board, in a small private family; terms moderate;
house well furnished, has bat.li, gas, Ac., and kept in the best
order. Apply at No. 12U (old No. 59) Fifth street, near
Second avenue.
TBURNIS1IED ROOMS ON BROADWAY. NO. 713.?FURI?
nlshed or unfurnished Rooms to let, either for lodgings
or offices. studios. Ac. Kent low, to suit the times. A restaurant
attached to tlie house. Location central and pleasant.
IaUBNISHBD ROOMS TO LBT?WXTBOUT BOARD, IN
; n first class house, near the Fifth Avenue Hotel, to single
geritleme.n; the family consists of a gentleman and wife;
only three or lour will la* taken. For information address
II. B , Madison square Port uflice.
i 1EXTLEMBN AND THEIR WIYB8 OB A FKW SIN
A I" gle gi ntleincri ecu be :i? oummodntrd with |deiis.?ntJ'."Om.i
and Board u u. private family, at 197 V? cu Twenty"
seVi'ii'h street.
TTOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS, AT MODERATE PRICEH.
II c;.n b. leid ill N... 49 West Tli I rfy.fi ir' atie t, corner of |
Dio.idv.ay. This h<>it.m i* nicely ! urn:s!ied, and kept in the
b m style* uti'l i? well suited to the comfort, of good class families
and single genthunen; lowest price lor single Rooms,
with Board, $'> per week.
It or without Board, in u genteel neighborhood. ten I
tiiiniilm' ;?fJi front Sooth or W?dl street ferry, at 136 Liviug.don
street, opposite. (hdlalln place, Brooklyn.
JACK BON HOUSE, 210 ELM STREET.?THE LOWEST
rented and most comfortably and conveniently furnished
Apartments in the city, to meet the waul* of'small
farntlifrt, with every requisite furnitnro; Hncn, cooking range
end utensils, gas and Cretan water.
MA!SON M El'HI.EE, 70 AND 72 WEST THIRTY
eighth street.?-Rooms elegantly furnished, or whole
floors, w ilh kitchen, cellar and yard. House* new, first class,
l'oui story. brown stone; comimm parlor; meals furnished.
Whole jiuilor llonr or Basement lor physician's office.
MRS. M. B. SUMNER,
22 West Twenty ninth street,
has one fine suit of Rooms and a hark Parlor not yet disposed
of for the winter. Also, two large and three small Rooms
suitable for gentlemen, all of them elegantly furnished. Her
house has been enlarged and Improved, and a laundry added
10 1?.
MEDICAL STUDENTS ft SITING NEW TORE ani)
wishing Board convenient t-> the Medical College, can
be aecommoiiaU.nl with pleasant Rooms, with or without
Hoard, at 1J Union square. Breakfast from 7 to 10. Dinner
At 6 P. M.
Mrs. j. a. rood, no. b east tuirty-first street,
between Fifth and Madison avenues?House newly
opened for families and single gentlemen ; rooms furnished
In suits or single, with Board, with or without private tabic.
Dlttuci at six o'clock. Refer* uees required.
VTOTIOB. TOTHOSE DB8IRING a GOOD home and
i.i eouifortu! 1" Hoarding Home, will find till that they require
at 1U2 Bleccker street; terms moderate to suit tho
times; meal* suitable for business people.
NO. SI NINTH STREET.?ROOMS. WITH wit with
out Board, to let. References exchanged.
\T0. 7 CARROLL PU( B, BLBEOEEE STREET.?
is Comfortable Room* and good Board, at tho above number,
lit greatly ieduced price*. Also, a front Basement, suitable
for a nhv*iclan.
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOIIMOduh-il
with phus.int. furnished booms, with partial
Board, if required, at 100 West Twelfth street. References
requited.
PMtTTAL BOARD WANTED- BY A YOUNG GENTLE*
titan, w ith nit A rue i lean lady, where there are 110 other
boarders. A(1(Iivm J. ()., ofllee.
Pleasant rrRNisnr.d rooms to let?with
Board, unliable for gentlemen and wives or gentlemen,
at No, 415 Fourth street, between the Bowery and Set mm
avenue.
Rooms to let?furnished or unfurnished.
with B wird, for families or single gentlemen, at No. 2j
West Sixteenth street, n ur Fifth avcuiip.
SOUr?i BROOKLYN.?THE GENTLEMAN THAT MET
with a lady (lust year) on tho Harlem boat, uml made an
enpolnt.ment to visit High Bridge, snd who also *n*i?tcd ladle*
out of a Fulton Ferry stago on Katurd*v morning, Septi-iMber
II, and bought paper .it the gate, will please address
Mr*. Jackson. rauric, Brooklyn Boat oflloe.
TO STRANGERS AND OTHERS I EUROPEAN FAmity,
without ehiidreu, on up) !nc a first cla** house, will
let u choice of handsomely furnished Rooms, with or without
Board or private table. Apply at 4S East Blcecker street,
near Broadway.
To THOSE umno in hotels and boarding
bonus?There Is nn eMtftbllahmriit oj*r. d at 110 M:u-doiiual
street, the rooms being laid out In suits and furnished
wiili everything noee.- sftry to housekeeping, in order that
a family may have a complete home and lite atan incou(M
ival)ly low rate. There Is n restaurant alia* bed.
rro LET PI SNI8HED OR PARTIALLY 00. TOE
A wroiul Floor or port, with convenience of housekeeping
on I In; same, or privilege of '.Up iutcbcn, w?ier, Lath and
a; WO ieroj s;rcc_
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L
ROiVRDIIVG A\l) LODGING.
qiWOOK TIIKKK URNTLRMK,N OK A IIKN fLI.M AN
J ?n<1 hia wltomn twaummuuxtitieU will) H.mril nil furutshed
Kduu.i, hi 72 Went Twenty iir*t ntreet, between Sixth
and Seventh avMiiues. House conUttua the modern improveuii'iiU.
Keferencea exchanged.
fpO LET?A VICHY PLEARANT FURNISHED ROOM,
L to a gentleman and lady, with Board for lady; ul*?u
h Room for.i single yentlrinun; no oilier bouu!*r? in the
house; luinlly verv small. Apply at 311 Went Twenty third
btiert, near Erglith avenue; our* and Hinge* pan* momently.
"11rANTl?D?F(>R A UBNTi EMAN AND LADY, HOARD
fl 11 i* the lady. a Farter and Chamber or large. Chamber,
between Hle? ekor wr.d Tenth mreets, where there aru
few or no lw)order*. Addiesa L. O., station D.
WANTED?WOOD HOARD, IN A FIRST OLAflH IIOUSF,
with lion-interfering pcuplc. for two ladle*. Two v*ell
furnished Bedrooms equired. AudreiH ui once As tor, Mud Inon
Mqiimv Font office.
WANTED.?A GENTLEMAN JUBT MARRIED WISIIE8
to obtain Hoard in n re?|.eeutble prtvule family in Brooklyn,
conventual to Atlantic ferry, where there are no other
boarder*; ti would probably prove an agreeable arrangement
for some family having more loom titan noeoaaary; reiercnceii
of the highest reap viability required and given. Addrest
W. B. box ino Herald office.
TITANTED-HY TWO BINOLB GENTLEMEN, A PAR
m it?r <?iki iS4*'Si-o4>iii, witii tuli Hoard. Locution between
Eighth and SI x u-e nth streets and Second and bixtk avenues.
Address U. V., box 017 olllcn,
1 () LA MARTINIS PLACE, WEST TWENTY NINTH
J.W street, between Eighth ami Ninth .avenues.?A private
family would let a nicely furnished front Room, with Hon id,
to a geutleinua ami wilt? ut $10 per week; lire and g.ts included.
Ai*? a liuck Kooin, $'J. Dinner at tf o'clock.
HTl! STREET.?NO. 133 WERT ELEVENTH STREET?
Two beau11i'u 1 Parlor*, ou lirat or second iloor, one \? ith
sleeping Room if reoulrad, nicely carpeted arid lurrus. *d,
ci ntain 11f|;?* do ots, hot and cold water. Ac., to let reasonably.
Dinner at 0. References exchanged.
LA ABINGDON SQUARE, BETWEEN TROY AND
JT Hank a? reels?Plcusuut Kooim ou third lloor, also back
Parlor and Extension Room, suitable for gentlemen ami
their wives, fainilieaor singlegentlemen. House pleasant,
location desirable and terms moderate.
*1 n BOND STREET?FINE FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
Jf) Millie or mi.ale, with or without board; lira! ;?. .?<
house, with all modern improvements. Very central location
for winter. Terms moderate.
DO BREVOORT PLACE, TENTH STREET.?SINGLE
ijt) gentlemen or gentlemen of families can be accommodated
with furnished or unfurnitihcd Rooms. Refcfencesexchanged.
or BOND STREET.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED |
? ) Rooms to let, Kingly or en Hiiite, with'lit B-nrd, by a
w idow lady. Terms moderate, and every attention paid to
comfort.
Or CLINTON PLACBL EIGHTH STREET, BETWEEN
9/9) Broadway and University place.?Two pleasant front
Bourns to let, w 1th or without Board, ia a private family;
houM3 bus all modern improvements.
Of* BA8T TWELFTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADuU
way Hii l Univet> Ity place.?Families and huh;'" gentlemen
can obtain Board in a hrst *'Iusb house, with choice of
room*. single or in suits; also to rent, a front Basement,
suitable for a physician's oUlce.
07 WEST Til IKT1KT1I STREET. -TWO OR THREE
O I select families and three or four gentlemen of the
highest respectability can now be accommodated with suits
or single Rooms in one of the most delightful locations,
situated between Broadway and Fifth avenue. Taub: first
claw. References exchangod.
HWF.sr WASHINGTON PLACE.?ROOMS, WITH
~ Board, to a gentleman and bis w ife or a few single
gctiticincn, in a house desirably located, containing nil the
modern improvements. References given and required. Apply
as above.
A 4 FIFTH STREET?TO LET, WITH FULL OR PAU1
j" tlul Bmiid, furnished Rooms. Apply as above, hi>
twecu Bowery ami Second avenue.
WEST TWENTY FOURTH STREET, BETWI'.EN
a U Fiftli ami Sixth avenues.?The entire Kemml I'.'?ur,
furnished, with Board; ;?b o furnished Rooms for fnm .en or
single g' liil incn. Tern; s reasonable. House lirst < '.ass.
r i SEVENTY! AVENUE, THREE DOORS PROM
ij :t: Foum ith street.?UeiiLleimui and their wives n-? !
single gentlemen etui obtain B urnt in a firstcaifs house;
Rooms lunmbt d or unlurniiihed; highest reference* given
and required.
r | WEST rWELPTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH
t /T and Sixth avenue*.?To lu, with Board, a p> .rant
furnished front Hot in, with pun tries, on the second lioor;
nlHo, two Rooms on third lioor. Dinner at six o'clock. Tonus
mctlcr-atc.
/M WEST FIFTEENTH STREET?HANDSOME MEv)1
ooml Floor to lot, consisting ot three beautUul Rooms,
with tine hath on sumo lioor, suitable local party of gentR*
m-n wishing comfort and economy; or would lot ton small
family, Willi everything lor house.keeping.
rri\ VARXOK STREET, BELOW OAMAL-SOARD AMD
4 Furnished Rooms ut wry low (trices. A party < I"
young men can have good board at $d per week; twoy.img
1 ulb'ii .it from $4 fx) to $5; a largo front room on second'lloor;
nIko, a hack parlor. Tlmse wishing to make permanent arrm?
: iTwntfi wanted. lluuse has gas aud bath; referente
required.
7Q SPUINH STREET, THREE DOORS FROM BROADJ
fj way.?War prior k.?To let, haiuiHom* iy furnished
Rooms, to stogie gentlemen; the location is uear all the brat
rlnss hotels and places of amusement; reading room tree.
Inquire at the Anson House.
OA NINTH 8TRBBT, between university PLACE
O" ' and Filth nrentin.?(irniiemen and their ivtvs and
niugle gentlemen can obtain Board in a first class house, with
choice of rooms in suits or single. Dinner at o o'clock. Reference
given and required.
Ol MAODOCOALSTREET (ST. CLEMENT s PLAGE).?
OL A gentleman and wtie, or two or tnreo single giorileineu,
ran be lu-mmmodaled with phunuint Rooms and Hoard
In a small family. House has ?lt the modern improvements
and is convenient to the ears and stage*.
QO NINTH STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACE
and Fifth avenue.?Coiuierncn and their wives and
single gentlemen can obtain Board in a (2r?t class house, with
choice of looms In suits or single. Dinner ut six. References
exchanged. Also a front Basement, for a party of
young gentlemen.
Q1 CLINTON PLACE. EIGHTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH
11. avenue.?To lei. front Rooms and others, en suite
or n1ngly, with or without first class Board, to gentlemen or
gentlemen and their wives, ilef< rences given and required.
QO GREENE 8TRKET, ABOVE SI*KINO?ALSTON
tjf > House.- Hlrgniuly furnished suits of Room-*, with gas,
Croton water and every convenience for housekeeping economically;
particularly suited for small, respectable families.
Kent low.
11(1 HLKEUKKU STREET, WEST OF AND HKAR
1 I \J Broadway.?Pleasantly 1 urnished rooms to let, with or
wiihout Board, single or in suits. Meals served In rooms if
desired. Transient boarders accommodated. Location com
tral and pleasant.
1 1 O WB8T SIXTEENTH STREET.?SUITS OF ROOKft
J J v on second and third floors, with full nrpartini
Board, for fumilies or single gentlemen. Location pleasant
and convenient to Bixth a\enue cars.
IZrt PRINCE STREET?ST. CLAIR HOUSE.?ELK')'/
gantiy furnlshrd Rooms, with Bedrooms attached,
Willi all the conveniences for housekeeping complete, in?
hiding gas and Grotnn nuter, to let to respectable families
or single gentlemen.
1C{{\ EAST FOURTEENTH STREET, WITH BOARD.?
I U?/ V handsnmctv furnished Pamir and K\u n*i m
Room; also two large litems with Bedroom adjoining, ntillable
for gentlemen ami tlieir wives or single gentlemen; house
li.iS a;t the modern improvements. Dinner at half pui>t six.
Terms moderate,
OHO TENTH STREET, BETWEEN FIRflf AND 8B>
rond avenues a Parlor and Bedroom on first floor;
also, two Kofuns, on third floor, to l??.t, with Hoard, to gentlemen
and their wives or single gentlemen. Dinner ut 0
o'clock.
OQO BROOME STREET, A FEW DOORS EAST OF
000 Bowery.?Furnished Koonut to let to single gentlemen
or gentlemen and their wives. Diuner at six o'clock.
References exchanged.
nUO BROADWAY, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH
1 UO streets.?A large Room on the lirst floor and Booms
on second floor to let, furntshod; house has all the mod* rn
improvements, and is in a pleasant location; terms moderate.
COX \TRY KO VKD.
AT WASHINGTON HEIGHT?", HUDSON RIVER,
_/V forty-five minutes by railroad nnd KUtuinboai from
Chambers street.?Families and single gcnlhrmen desirous- of
spcudiug ti e autumn ;n the country will find delightful
Rooms In the Woodland Park House. 'This family mun?iou,
surrounded by thirty acres of picturesque grounds, in beautifully
located on the hanks of the Hudson, within two
minutes' walk of the railioad station, and accessible at all
hours ly curs, steamboat and stage. Good stabling. For
terms n]ip!y itt the If olel si. tieimain, corner ui Miuaicuu
a:id Twenty-second street.
t 10II.NTKY 1!0ARD IN STAMFORD.?A KAMII.Y WITH
" J children or n fe'.v select boarders run tind a mulct Homo
for the fall anil winter. Terms moderate. Add:r.a li>r three
days S. Ij. it., care of L. S. Seoileld, Stamford, Conn.
rrilK GLEN COVE PAVILION WILL CONTINUE
A open for llie reception of riliterc the whole year.
PRJBlfCH ADVKUTISKMKNTH.
UNE DAME PAKIS1KNKB DE8IBE I)O.NNRB DKS
Icons do Franca Is et ile mu?i,|uc a dee pt ix trcsmo
deres, on rni&on dcs ctrconsuuicea. Kilo a one jolle chan arc
a disposer pour un monsieur. S'adresiier au 14 Weal 24'.h xt.,
pies do 1 Hotel d?* U Ann* avenue.
MEDICAL.
"| \R. COBBETT HAS REMOVED FROM NO. 19 PHASE
I " street lo N?>. 1!0 Centre Htn .'t, near Chambers >tre?:t.
where be can be consulted privately on certain dbfases,
N. B ?Dr. ('. Is a member of the New V >rk University (Medleal
College). See hi* diplomas iu his ofllce. Private entrance
at No. 6 City llall place.
DU. COOPER, NO. 14 DUANE RTREF.T, MAY BE Consulted
on all disrates of a certain nature. Twenty eight
years exclusively devoted to these complaints enable him to
warrant a euro In all eases. The victims of mUp'uiccd eontidenee
iu medical pretenders can call, w ith a certainty of being
radically cured or no pay.
DR. I.INE8 CAN BE CONSULTED ON ALL DISEASES
of Females, w ith unparalleled success, at 99 Lju?i Seventeen*
h street, near Third avenue.
Dr. wart) tre ats BUCCB88Ft7LLY ALLdisea8b8
of women. Something for every lady?his Great Benefactor.
Oilier 12 Iwiight street, near Canal.
T\R H. A. BARROW. 194 BLEKCKBR STREET, FOUR
JL/ doors from Macdnuga), N. Y.. may bo contldcntially consiiltrd,
us usual, in .11 c^*ra of debility and Impurities of the
syateni, acquired or hereditary, from 11 till 2 and from 4 tUl
B; Sunday* 'ill 2.
Great success of dr. warp, no. 12 layout
street..?All h{Teeth ns caused by mercury or disuse
cured In half the usual inn?, and at half the charges.
H\mmonp on kbbyou8 and sm1al dy8basb8,
I h-hI and general.?Designed for tnWAise of young men
and others. By C. P. HAMMOND, M. D., Ex-l'rofes a^r of
Spc ial Pathology Vn the Syracuse Medical College, New
York. Price $1. RICH ARDSON, No. 1 Vcsey *t reet, N. Y.
or the Author, 668 Broadway, from 9 to 2 and (I to 8.
Mrs. 34DNROE APPLIES GALVANISM FOR TUB
cute of Feniaio Complaints. La Me* can obtain goo<l
Board and Medical Treatment at 26 Walts street, next to
Varlck.
PROFESSOR RKSTlfLL, 1GYCH AMBERS W'BIKT, CAN
be consulted, as usual, or by Jotttjr to box 2,309. Boston
cflkc4 NVuuf* 4l
* -M %
nVAIOIAlM
ATLANTIC SAVJJUjS HANK. CHATHAM SQl'ARR
A Wll-HN DAILY.
Itc.'clvflu from ?> >: ntH to 4.1 OKI.
SIX PKIt CKNT INTEREST ALLOWED,
lnti ivnl will comuii'if" Outnlier I.
M. D. VAN PELT, Pr*?i4*al
.foio r 11 P. ('ooriH, Ktf. ivUiy.
JOHN B. Mi'KitAY, BANKER, 30 NASSAU STREET, .
Now York. No. uritli's iii'jjoUulitd amljailvanorrl noon.
Trrawiry iMn of all Imuok liou;;bt aud wild, llu Ll?ht .
Blocks lor ?ul<\
Ol ill 111 ! WANT TO MUST WITH A oi.MLKJ]pJ
,llUUi lo.iu b bo will iidviniiw $sul to $l.ouu lor ar. .
iuU"rest In tin! luuii.i ...oo'iit of a theatre Li Oils r-uy. Adrlreae
Clifton, llrrald uflli'n.
v2?0 | till 1 WANTED ?ON BOND AND MOUTH ACK
VvtUUU 011.1t} i roi i r v N.- nri'v umr'.o and bo?d^
ronu ?.rtl?u lory. Adoresi M. P. 1)., tiox l.tki? PostolBw,
<G^in Hi Ul TO LOAN ON BOND ANI) MOItrOAGK. .
Pvl'f.V/lJv/ All uoiilli'alion* ? *. !t-r-s od to J. MTIIIUma
No. 700 Puurth at root, Now York, will receive doe ulteo'ion.
LOAM OFFICES.
AT 111 GUANO STREET, THREE DOORS WEST OF
Broadway,*?Mouey advanced <m I)i . a-m I*, \N a\> he*.
J? \\ ? lry. Plate, Dry GuodH, and porhoual property of ? \erv
deacrlptiuii, or bought and told by JOSEPH A. JAPhfc-ON,
auctioneer aud looker.
4 t 77 blbet ker street- money adv \m ed to
2Y aoy rtM'.unt on DiauoiiJh, Wat-h.-,., J wv i v, i*h?nufc,
begur?, Dry Goods, ?t<\ N. JJ.?Pawnbrokers' tk-keu bought.
11. NKWTON, 77 cker att*Ret, upstairs.
ON BOND AND MORTGAGE
p. j.tH M.I on productive real t-Hlam in I hi -i city or liiouk
lyn, in MuiiiB ot $1,000 and mr.vtii da, IVr one or more yearn.
Apply to JOHN K. CONKKY, In the oilh-o of the Pe*ipleNaFiro
insurance i omp..ny, No. 00 Wall street.
aa/1 to advance bv henry iiyman, *>l
I.vM/*" Broadway, room No. 3, on Watch* *. Dia
niond* and Me rcl.it ndiHe o!' everv dcseriptla'i, from $10 aat?
upwards. Merchant* in want of money will do well b> salt.
11 -ifcinoHa strictly cnntld* ntial.
houses, rooms, &c., AVANTED.
A young widow lady would l i !v 1: ro vbm
with u urntleinun who would rent her a fnrniHhec
Ifoiifro and Board w i(11 her, or with a parly of gentlemen tha..
would i* nt u fiimixiudl House and i'ii;,^u in t as imoRokeep
er. V?Mrt- !, Niaiito! when and where au interview can Ml *
hud, Eva, btalion 1). Eighth street.
i widow lady wo i ld like to j bmtopasscb
J\. American family u Boo ii uud Bedroom, at a low rent .
Add1 v Orlit* ndon, station 11.
\ 1IOFSK WANTED IN JF.HSTCY CITY, Sl'ITATG.K
for an Knglndt shr. a?; mum !..u o the modern improvements,
uud i> in respectable hxuuon, not moj o than i>v*
minute*.' walk fr?mi tho lorry. Addle*-, with particulars,
U. S. T., llernld oilice.
Hofsk.?w vntkj),to punch aim?, a small, neait
11 im? or Cotf 1in New Y> r.\, or any of the adjascnt
cities. Address 15. A. Ilr.ald oilier-, stating particular*,,
strei'i and numbm*. Price uniHt be low.
11TANT!'D?Li;NTII RO<>MS, I*Nh l'UNIS 11 HP.?A
V? Ii? n! and two b-u-Jc Room*, on tin* ii?>t Mo*.', InureRlH'oUib'.i-part
c?f lb"! city, by the lira? of Or robe r. Give h*ealirci,
de '-rlptbui and rent. Address 1', Station D.
fltanted?in williamsburg, brooklyn, bd
IT bokeu *?r Jersey Pity, a House, cotifnmtitg hot I* ss tharv
eight r*k*mrt and good yard; ii. lit about ?14 j er mouth. Address,
suiting rent, hxscion and full pai ikului!*, X. P., box115
Herald olllee. i'ossi ssion wanted by tiie lut cf October;
lease to run one yen from May 1, irtti'J.
fl'ANTED A FIRBT CLASS KOI RE, PARTI ALLTr
tV titruished, by n lady, a thorough hourekeeper, ftf p?rties
who v m:Id lake tin rent ill board, le alien berweef*
Third and Noierith avimut s -nnd nut above T'.ventj -third
hi met. Satis!'ju-t?.'t y n-lercnced. A'idrcss lor one
U'?u?e, box 241 I* -.1 oti'ue.
\1TANTKM TO RENT -THE I.OWER PART OK A GOOD
it Hoiitj -, mi t!io w< st Hide, betw u 1 wctFy'-foiuth and
Fortieth st r*? M. Rent must. Ik- tun ;eralc ugainut l:rc?t class?
K^Ctll'l'J. A ' !tl !'"> l)OV :*,yi ? I'ost ?'l.tt'O.
WANTED?FMK llOIVKKKEPIXU, TWO OH TIIHEtt
turnLhcd Untnns, for si gonttemnn an ' Ms v. i:e. Term*
moderate. Address A. tb>n 1>, iiiiilr. House.*117
ANTED TO UK NT?A I TliNISHKU liOI7SU IN THR
T? upper part of iho ?*ity, w o llr< adway preferred*.,
hut no otijjro'jMi mad*, to a suiiublu hou east ol" i> road way <?
limit n.snt li. moderate, not to <vi a fc'OU t
Possession wanted ab.out the 2*. Ji i f September to l>t ot October,
Add run#, stating mil particulars, B, box J94'M Peak*
oDfc .
TJ7ANTKD- A 83 ATX WKLL FURNISHED C( rrAOE,
fV for a gentleman and wife, till May I, on railroad oc >
steamboat, mute, in-.:? d?'p?.i; rent nof to ? \-rv-d $!?*? Mot)'
hitvi- garden, ehudc nud s? n? eoitiMOdutlon, A WrK%with
iill! particular.", K. \V., Jlnv.ld oll.ee.
\\rAxTi *.i>?MY A uhntleman and WIFE, tmk
n low--.- p-tri of ;t Houwf, obtaining nil modern improvements,
Kiiuui.'d between Fourteenth and Twentieth Hireeta
and Fourth and 8f\th avenue*. Address, with F:?rtmii*rm,.
11. Harris, 873 Broadway.
TIT A NTED?TO ITUWIASR, A LOOK KTITtfJI FAMILY
IT F-wmg Miwhiro, i; i perfect order, at a very low prior*
for ca-h Addrc-.s rhnloii, llcruUl ollice, cr.Brooklyo PuflA
oilier, with lull pai thuiars.
WAN 112D--1URE B "It FOUR ROOMS IV A OEVfKKL
neigh oorhotxi, i nliy orpariutlly furnished lor h attack raping,
with wa'er and ? a*, for u toimll lumily; rout must Ocu*
low. Address for one we< k Leo, Herald olllce.
LOST A-% i> 1'uL AD.
\ii 151FK It. 15 OH Id MONTHS OLD, .STRAY HD FROM A
Fitly-sixth street and First avenue; had a white face, a .
line hack', short horns growing backward. The << wier witt
five a liberal reward on its return to thu cornuroi'Fil Iv-slltA
street and Ftrtt avetine. JOHN* lib D1>KN.
I08T?ON WEDNESDAY A FEARL BRKAFTFIN, SKY
J round w-ilh twelve - all diamonds, two emeralds, tw#
rubles. The finder will ho liberally rewarded by leuvli g ;bt *
above :>t No. ft Amity place.
Tost?on Friday, mth inst., between the fost
J oilier and 6ft Broadway, thr? e Loiters; two addressed la
????!.?.* <uiu one w i-i. u. limit*, cam ui in;ou
Stiaw Work?, Now York, The tinder will ho kuitabiy rewarded
on leaving the mine at f>5 Broadway.
Lost-on TOE 2D INST., IJf ROOSEYBKJT ffiXBTf
or vlcinliy, dona up in n ricwamnrr, a Dv'od of lk>ua*
and lord, in NVw Brighton. Rtntcn Island, executed by Heb'M'aa
Hani v in favor of Thonuia M"(Ju\vrii. The Under will
be j>aid for his trouble by returning it to L'ti&ric* Murray, 14
Km iko vclt street,
IOST.?ON TliriltSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, STRAYED
J from home, a siuaii child, Mary Brnggeman. aged (?)?
yurs; had on when h left, a biuck. and red phi id dress ana
striped union. Any information of her will be ihuniHttly
received by her aiilirLed pareulw. at 75 West street, near pier
11 Worth rftgr,
T OST-ON SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 0, A
J J Klmran'b Badge, No. 43, of Eugine Company 21, in Park. low,
tvtvvoen Spruce and Beettman streciK. The tinder wiU
oblige the owner by l.*:?\ iug it at the engine house, 80 Wtrtfc
street, or at the Chief Engineers , 21 Elizabeth street.
IOST?ON THURSDAY, A PEARL, BREASTPIN, SKY ?
J round with twelve diamonds, two emeralds, two rubra*
The Under will be liberally rewarded by leaving the above at
No. 5 Amity pla'-e.
REWARD^
t5?,TT REWARD.--LOST, A BLACK AND TAN DOG.
V*J Shu uoi\; a toli.il', with the owner's name engraved :
tncrcon, and an avers to tfio name of J- nny. The above reward
will in* |mi i to unv out* returning her to the owner, at. .
the hoiuhvastcuvuer oi Mtidisoa uvcuuc and Thirty-seventh
street.
djr; REWARD.?STOLEN, FROM SEVENTY-THIRD
*>? J Ktn-et, Yorkvilb*. on Friday ruorniiig, September 13, a
large En dish (Jivyhouad. Whoever will return the same w.
Geonrii fiaol's gr???*Ty store, corner of Eighty-third at:eet
and Third avenue, will rcreive the aiuivc reward.
$r (tEWARD.?LOST, ON SATURDAY EVENING,
*/ Sept. II, from Bowely, un Italian Greyhound
Suit, having Irtt pupa. Any person leaving Imr at th* above
number or at 43 VYest Thlrty-secuud street %vili receive the
ubove reward.
BBC REWARD.?LOST, ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
Pel il.in Elm street, from White to 11 Chambers street, or
from Chambers street down Centra street to the Tomba, at .
small silver carved handle Derringer Pistol. Whoever will
return It to II Chambers street, er to 190 East Thirty.fourUk
street, will receive the above reward. A. T. VAUGHKN.
<J>,T REWARD.?LOST, ON SEPTEMBER It, A DUCK
bJVl and tan Terrier Dog, iu (.'Union place, n'?r Ksurth
avenue; answers to ih - uiiine of Beauty; the hair worn off
his neck; without collar. Whoever will return the same dog
to 49 East Thirteen1 h street, will receive the above reward.
q/tfk rbwakd.?lost, om friday evening, tub
ijluU 13th Inst., supposed on Broadway, a Nitiglo stone
Diamond Pin. The r.lime reward will be paid upon reluming
the Mine to I.cgg.it Bios., 161 Pulton street,
C5e?ri RE WARD WILL BE" PA ID,~AN D NO Q11R9
p?/U lions asked, tor the recovery of a Mcmoraudune
Look, lost cither on the New York Central Railroad or tha f
tcaroboat Isaac Newton, on Krhlay, the 13th iusL. Jtsuntnlned
about $50 it. bank notes uud a draft on the Sub-Treasury,
New York, for $150, payable to J. O. Noyes, the payor
lit of w hlrh has been stooped. Also a note lor $232.
Mrs. KATE O. NOYEN, id West Thirty-seventh St., N. Y.
ASTROLOGY.
a "bona FIDE ABTRDLOuisT.?MADAME WILEOM
j\. t.-lD the object of your visit, gives magic ehnrms and
good luek for life, free or charge; tells all events of life?past,
present and future; consultations ou business, sCkncss.marriage.
courtship, travelling, Ac. Sho Is the moat wonderful.'
nstrniueUt uf the rue. Give her a call; yon Will not regret IV
189 Allen street, six doors from Stautun; name un lb<: dour.
Charge for ludti s and gentlemen 50 ecu's. lit it .are of Iuipost!
Ion. _
Madame iiauvet pan inform her mant
mends anil tin' piililic of all the rvants of life; If ynq
wish tin" truth (lire her a etui at k02 Uiviugtou street, near
Columbia. Ladles 25 rente, gentleman JO celt in. Hours from-.
BH1IJI.
\,f ns. If. P.OKDER, NO. Ill FOI'RTII STREET, IS THR
ivl only true seer anil gifted lady In this city. Her information
is correct ami it nr. Site f? the saute lad? who for.
merly resided la Wouaier street, near Amity, and In Eighteenth
etrrrt.
THE GREATEST WONDER IN THE WORLD is THR
young and accomplished Madamo BYRON, from Parts,
who can lie consulted with the strictest confidence on a'J
affaire of lire, embracing love, courtship, husinrse and eick.
ncss; reelores drunken and unfhltVul husbands; hasaseerct
to make you beloved by your heart's Ideal, and briny*
together those tons separated. Ladies 25 cents, g? ntlemen jC
cents. Residence No. 90 Third avenue, above Twelfth street
mWEST FOI'RTII STREET?MRS. II. ROEDKR,
w ho Is acknowledged to be the only lady In this city
who truth fully elves Information concerning lawsuits. Journeys,
absent friends, 1 we, courtship, marriage, health,
wealth, and Is the only person who has the genuine Roman
and Arabian talismans for love, g.nd luck, and all business
affairs, and are guarantees tor life. Delay not to consult
this naturally gifted lsdv. Lucky numbers given. Remember
her resilience, and at old imposition?114 West Fourth
street, near Charles.
WINKS A\D liHHOUM.
The a itkntionoftavkrn keepers and liquor
dealers In general is respectfully solicited to the superior
quality of Hammer's fresh brewed Champagne Ale. Thin
nle is brewed fresh at all seasons of the year, and the kee^
lng quality of It, especially of such brewed during the most
exi-esslve not weather. Is guantnterd for any length of time.
Charge $12 per hhd., an 1 go per bbl., delivered to any part
of the city of Nctv York, expense. Payment, cash om
delivery. Orders sent lo Hammer's Urcwerr. In Jdatiem.
trill D? (tHeodvil io -tvitit despatch.

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