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TSsmwMass: ?O- _ Orrtcn or Amy Cloth iko amd Eqoiraaa, t Do. 80HBstMUWAT Nkw ?okg. Au*u?l tA,lMI. J Proposals are invited for furnishing i.udurui Regulation kJlouung and Camp and osrri.oii E'luip.is'- for the ueir ?.'?* % and tntntia of ilie l uuoii riUiea. Toe Clothing aud Equipage for tlif dlll'erent arms?" *ha aervice tocorr spoml id make and material to mat bereto used, aud to conform to tl>r pattern* m i be office of ClothlDg and Equipage in thta ritr where apeclBcaiiona and aauiplea may be in peeled. Proposals about i state the articles which it is proposed to furnish, the quan'iiv which can be suppled weekly, the earliest period at which the delivery will he commenced, and the total iiuhd iv odered, aud the price for each artltae. All tedicla* delivered tir contractors are required by law to ""legibly marlte I with tTie contractor's name. <?d f?llow'ng Hxl embraces the principal auppliea neeJ d|iTir - /s A'?TJCI.E8 op clothing. lery attouiiauIV*' ('onk"l'L"< eugiueera, ordoauoe, artll Uniform Jacket'*, con?litlne of caralry, artillery, Infantry, Zouave and suit. Uuiioriu Trousers. cousisuug of footmen, horsemen ?Zouave and kuit. Coilou Duck Overalls. Drawers?Klann I and knit, Shirt*? Flannel and knit. Great Coal*? Pooimen and horsemen. . Straps for Ureal i oat*. flankets?Woo leu and rubber, onchos. Talmas Saek Cuaia, lined and unllned Boots, Booe<?, L-cgin*, Stocking*. Slocks?Leather. , _. llnllorm Hat*?Trimmed aud uolrlmmea. Uniform Can* , , , . . Forage Caps Recruit*?Cavalry and Infantry. Cap Covers, Stable Crock*. Sushe*. Haversacks Knaissck* Canteen*. AKTlCi.ES UC EWUIPAOK. Hospital Tenia, VI all Tenia Sibiey Teuta, Letnoioa Tenia, D'Abri torn*. Mosquito iiais, Spade*, RegimeuUPColora, Huchet*. Camp Color*. Mesa Pans, national Color*, * Cauip Kelt oa, Standard*, Pick Aae*. Slorm Kla ?. Bugle*. Garrikon P.aga, Truuipeta Recruiting flag* Drums, Guidon*, ^ Fife*, SCO US?Company Ordei Do CiutliaiK Account. Do. Descriptive. Do Noriiitig Report, pa* Order. Do. Moruiug Report." Do Letter Do Guard. Regimental general order. Do Letter. Do Descriptive. Do. lute*. _ Do Order Tai..ri Practice. ConsoiiuiitiM Morn.ng Report Iuapecllon Report. Security will he requited for the fulfilment of every con tract. Alt proposal* received u.v noon of the teulh day Irom the date of tills adv rt a. mem wilt be opened at nooa of that day. and the arllch a immediately needed will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder* present Contro ls for I ur tliri .applies will oe *w*id ? ! from time to i.me a* favorable bid-are rei eived al > ?> s 10 the lowest responsible bids re ceived up 10 i e time of making eontracli. Proposals to be ? idor-ed " Proposals 'or furnishing Army Supplies." and al ire-sed to the subscriber. By order id the (Juarieimsaier General, , I. Colonel D II. VINTOlV, Deputy Qnarleimastei General United but s Army. UtOPOSiALa PoK CORN. DurfiT Vl-AR'rRMAJTFR'S OlTICt. , Phrr.T yi'AR-TKRMASTKR'S OlTICt. 1 (Corner oi Etghiei-niu ana (1 sire-i U; > IV a-.iiim.io!>, O lobei 2<. !Sti2. J Seah d proposals w 11 be reoeived at tbisoiUoe until Friday, tli? 7lk day of November, ai ineic u'lloc, >1 foi lurun-hiug the go e ume tnith 111) iVUj on ? h'.indica thousand bushels of libelled Corn. The corn to be of good merchantable quality pat up in bags of about two boatie s tut'li. Corn will ue rrceited by weight at (56) fifty si* pounds to the b label. 8e' '*s to be furnished without extra rlmrfe to the govern ment. Delivery to lie made in the city of Washington within (20) twenty nays Irom Itiellulu of the c ni roii. PROPOSALS. Thr full nam and post oitkc address of the bidder must appear sn the proposal. It u bid Is inane in tne name of a firm, the names of all the ymi ties must upper-r, or the bid will be < ousidered as the indi vidual |>rop??ia. ot tne pailner signing it. Proposals irom disloyal patties wilt uot be considered, ami au oatb of allrg.auce must accompany each propo sition. Proposals musi l e addressed to Col. D. H. Rucker, Quar '?minuter L'nlted bums Army, Was:.tnglun, D. 0., and should beplHluiy marked "Proposals lor Com." guarantee. The ability of the bidder to fulfil the contract, should it tie awarded to htm, must lie g'lman'eed by two responsi ble po suns, wt.ose sl,antu:ea tuust be appended to the gua -J*antee. Tbe r sponsibilttv ot tbe guarantors must be shown by the oihcial Certi rale ot tbe Clerk of the nearest District Court or ot the c ntlcd Butes District Attorney. Bidders must be present in person when the bids are open ?d. or their prui obkih will not be considered. Bond.-, In the sum of ten thousand dollars, signed by tbe. lOniractor and to h of bin guniauto,s. will be requited of the aiicocMtiil bidder upon signing the contract. As tbe wind uintii u company the contract, it will be nercs wery for the bidders to have their bondsmen with them, or to bate bunds sign u ut autieli atlou, and read) to be produced when tbe contra t IS signed. Blanks for bonds can be pro cured upon an lestlon tv-ing nta-e at tbia otflc, either per sonally, by letter or by tel-graplt. r-.na or i VARarrrc. We, , ot the count) ot ? and Slate of ? ' . and ??, of the coituty of i ? , tud SUte of i?i . do hereby guarant-e that ? Is able to inlfil a ? ontrai-t, in ac uoruance with tbe terms of in* pr iposittoh, and that, should his proposition be new pted, be will at once enter iato a con tract in socoiu.iace therewith. Uhotilu i he cotitrack be awrarded biut, we are prepared to b- ooim-hls si-curiUea. (To this guarsnti-c must be appended the oQ 'ial certlBoata above mcntoud.) INSPECTION, DELIVERY. AC. All Corn contracted for unit- r this advertisement will be rigidly luspetueti, slid such ss dues uot prove of a g-od sound merchantable u .an y witl tie re.etVed. Payment to b ina ie upon tbr compl-tlon of the c ntrsct, or so souu thereailer as the Depot Quartermaster shall be In funds. Any Informality in the bid, or nnn-ionlormnnce with tbe terms ot this advertisement, will insure tbe rejection of tbe propuit.il. Dal. v>-rv to bo made at tbe railroad depot, or at one Of tho government w bar?> s, in t:ie city of Washington. The Depot Uuaricrma-iter re'seives to himself the right to reject uny or all bids tuu. be may deem to bleb. D. H. HI CKER, Co.onel and Depot yuarterioaster. All persons joininu sompany o, twelfth ii gin.ru N. V. 8. N. U., ou Munual evening, Nov. 3, at 3 o'cio k. a', iheir aiumry, Jefferson Market, eutramo on Greenu icb avi-Oue, wid lie exempted Iroin draft. None but TCeP' cubic citLens accepted. HENRY MAORATlf, Captain. COKi ORAM'S IRISH Ll.xION. ^ VniiihrUcOFrti MICUaLL CORCORAN Command "fid. galiaut coip* 1* under mnrcblag ordcra, nud Kill more lor tin seat of w?r next week. . A few mora daya wad the opportunity will l>e lent to be al tamed 10 Ihta uri^ade, which la declined to :.culere florr and renown. DON'T WAIT TO BE DRAFTED. Re< rutin, ogioc? lor the *evir.l r glioenia ure now open fur a fe>t' da, ? al the .allowing place*.? Tat Swiy-iiRiui, al the Armory, Etaex Market Cehmel Mcl-H)'a, : S7 Broadway. Co.onei Reid'a, Tammany flail. Oo.unu Burke * Fn ? iiix r. guu< nt, 17 Centre ?treei. The ? iiy bounty ui g*? .m i a other bom.tie* paid imme diately upon be ug io,i-..errd iu aud uniformed. . $0 ; aid fur ea u re run. Hurry up ami m at under ihe gallant CORCORAN. CORCORAN 8 IRISH LEUlliN Caur >COtr, 8 I.. Oct. 29. lf>M. reward paid fur the apprehniaion of daaertera irum hn bi t.ad. , a; the rcgnne..U h ad'jUo.ter* to which the deaeiler be. u .a. ?a MICHAEL CORCORAN. - hi igadier t.eueral Commanding. c CAPTAINCY AND FIRST LIEUTENANCY, WITH IM. mediate a> piMiuuieui, in two coinpuiooM urany lint. for a lino thro. ^eara' rudiment now or fnUiug, tan lie ob 'aimed at on. c by two eOiUent and rr.lpeclab e g iit cir.cn. leima?L .ptal;.'T. gRKlcaali; F.r t Lb ofm in y, gfot). Ad Lea- fur two day* Cauutin, box fib HemlJ mine. C'OAMOPOLll AN UUAUD OF COUt ORAN LEUION ? / gm iu iiaiui. extia bounty banMhatho$SUtngal buuniiea. ku.1 uiau u rebel Lean lor the lainily, are )>a d at ouce to aaoit re. ruit w beu inuatered in, beiore going to Camp He 4t. W hen a' camp b ? wll. receive Id mire, caah, aa city buuuly. Ceil at IIMI lieaduuarier-, .VI Ho* o y. Colonel J. 8. HERMAN. Cv APTAIN BOUY WILL CIVB TO EACH UBCR1IT > lor uia a nipwny got)oaah dow n, aa ex.ra boon y. Carb dow n vt lirn mo Acred iu. Call at the corner of Bowery Olid "ell ali ecl. POSITION AS LIEUTENANT WANTED-BY ONE WHO ha.i seen twelve mo .ihi aarr ce aa nnn-commiaatoned .ifflcer. A lib rat bonnx will be paid. Addreas for two day* L'e .1 nant A. 8., Herald oilioe. ? ID it CO 1 MEN 1 N. Y. 8. M. (S?o N. Y. VOLUNTEERS), Col Ilndanti.?Lieut. John W. lieuipeey, recruitingOIU .?er ol tlila veteran regiment, atdl oll'era to n Oruila the largeat Bounty. Re I let tl. beta, ration*, equipment*. and tr*n?|or tation to tamp dire t eveiy week from th" armory, corner of Hall tda.e and S-venth alront. N. H.?An ed . lent lencher ol a liruut Corpa wanted, to whom a literal muipennatlou will bcgiveu. Apply iu Lieut. JOHN W. DEMI-KEY, Re cruiting Oft) er. second regiuieui Armory, ourner of Hall place ..ud Seventh atreeu Tent tn Try. n raw. Tent in Park. DHTH RBoIMKNT. N Y. A N. O., COMPANY H.? \jO known at the Bloodaof tbi* Regiment; the Company thai led the ad.an e into the balUt'lleld ul Bull Run; tho UotnieMijr that Wen. GMUWaB ordered out aa *hirnilahrra on U al 'memorable day, remai king when aaked what company do mi wiali 1 wud out the Hlo-da. Tola old vet eran ouTM mil ao. t pt ten mere able bodlo i men. Kem*m i>cr, Coiunau, 11 re rutta enrolled at headtuartem. Eaaeg Market) [? avenue 0, oornerol Twellth at/eot, an t Iu th? tent at the Parh Capt WILLIAM BUTLER. n(?TI! KBU1MBMT. N. Y. B M.-f50 I AID OVER ALI. ' "J >7 ruber bouniica for ten mm In Company J, at tba Regh mental Armory, Kaaak Md Umno atrrtit. , JOHN COONARD, Captain JQTll REGIMENT?HIGHLANDERS -A PEW ABLE iHHileo aud reapecUUd men ran Join and receive all he extra bountl. a and privdegua granted to Una linn ulrl regl. oent. Ii you wan'iu light aide by aide with old vetarawa enllal in the alhrui Heveuiy-mnlh regiment, Highlander*, Saw York Vnlnnteora, It. ending ohleea M. reer Hoii*e,eor oerol Broome nnd Mercer atreeta, tent in City Hall Park, >(., ?.?li>- Tammany llall,. New York; at ?1 Fitltoo ktreet, Wlo KITH. ?.1 I lit t-ASI! FOR A COMMISSION AS CAPTAIN IN ?y JIfV on ? ul the three yearo' regimsiita, by i?ue who 'ua ? - n ?i?' o niontha in vho ar nrico aud U fully eoin o t-iu- Aildreaa lor one waek Captain, bok 191 Herald a Bah . I il l PRINCE STREET, 100.?PAWN RRUBER'S TICK Itr'r et? nur.h.Aod lor caah, of nien'a and vtomen'x 0, .thing, lieu* ho I Bofrttng, Carpcia, Dry OMR Hootaand HI O.- Diamond a, Wan hoa and Jewelry, Ouna, l'iatula, A?. lAocial advance* ma le on conalgnatenia dL??)JWl BOUNTY.?THB BEST MEN WANTED FOR ?ZUU the l.dd regiinunt, nearly full. Fan fwui to .... from ID ia i ocloek, by Captain BPOONRB, No. 1 ?why .rstt= mil l IVF.II 1 , At. A LL THOBR IN SEARCH OF NOVKLTIKB IN TUB A'milliner, IIM will do well Weill at BIMMONS',OR A.m. .war Woera will he fotind tn" ttchWlt imd rareal??*un Of. e.'.hi .m er.i~.ai- 'elected iw ill Binxiwena hlwrrlL and wld be -?> d at the (l#a*t r*?Ti na mm ^ ^ <#1T< HOVnitllO^AO^TO Ia*T. A COBXRB STORK TO LET-WITH FIXTURES. A T! is 1* a nod chance fer a young men, an the stand is a Rood one ana will be sold very low. as the owner la alok and ! unable to attend to It. Apply at Mr. Boom's otllae, corner of i Eighth avenue and Twenty-rtrst street. ALAROB STORE TO LET-AT >71 FIRST AVENUE Inquire of WILLIAM TAVLOK, 111 Bait Sixteenth at A FURNISH BD HOUSE TO LET-IN WEST THIRTY third street, newly furnlstied; modern luiproveraetits, three storr brown atone. Rent $d0 per mouth. Possession can be had Immediately If deaired. Addreaa M. A., station 0. Small family desired. A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET A SUIT OF FUR iiished Rooms on third i lory, with privilege of keening house; the house has modern Improvements; neighborhood teuteel. No. 223 West Thirty-Ural street. AT 319 FOURTH AVENUE.?McKIBBIN A DAY HAVE constantly on hand, for rent, city aud country Dwell ings and miscellaneous Property, to meet the requirements of nil classes of the commuuity. Applications by letter promptly attended to. A SECOND FLOOR TO LET?OF FOUR R00M8. AND large Room on third lloor, if desired; house nas mo dern improvements; lot ation desirable: cars and stages very convenient. Apply at 3u Perry street, from lUtoS. A TWO STORY COTTAGE, WITH MODERN IM provcments. In West Thirtieth street to let; rent $2bO. Also a three story high stoop House tn WeslFortieth street; rem *4U0, wtth gas fixtures. Apply to SMITH, 2tKi William street, Frank/ort House. BROOKLYN.-TO LET, THE HANDSOME BROWN st me House. 370 Henry street, with gas fixtures, bath, A ., furnished or unfurnished. Apply to H. M. SILVER MAN, 138 IIroadway. Furnished house to rent-a neat cottaob, two storlei and basement, gas aud water, large garden, healthy loi alion; or the house will he rented, without the furniture. FuriHWYe for e.i'? at a lowtflgure. House on Amslee street. Brooklyn, K D., near the Grand street care. Apply to SURBRUG A CO., 330 Broadway. Floors to let-to a respectable family; every convenience. Apply to Mrs. WALTON, 473 Se c nd avouuo, near Thirtieth street. Grand trunk railway HOTEL AND GROUNDS TO LET, AT OOBHAM. Tobeletfiom the 1st May next, yearly or for a term of years, as may he agreed upon, the hotel knowu as the Alpine Ho .s <, with about 10 acres of land, adjoining the Grand Ti link Railway station at Uorham. The hotel is Ht present occupid by Mi. John Hitchcock, nrlio will show the premises, an t rur her partirulars may be ascertained on application to the undersigned. C. J. BRYDUE8, Managing Director. Montuiai , Oct. 29. Isfl2. Gilders, attentioni-to let, andjrbnt taken in tiad ?. a workshop, with privilege or show In store, in the let part of Eighth avenue. Inquire on the premises, b-l Eighth avenue. Hotel tu let-one of the largest and best hotels in New Jersey, with or without furniture. For particulars address or cull at the City Hotel, Newark, N. J. ROOMS TO LET-IN HOUSE 129 WAVERLEY PLACE; parlor, bedroom, kitchen and garret; they were recently painted and papered; water in the kitchen. Rent $3SO per mouth. Apply to JOHN H. F1CKEN, at the corner, or to T. >1. RODMAN, Metropolitan Rank. rro LET?IN THE UPPER END OF EAST BROAD JL way, the Second Ff or and Lower Part ol a first class House. Also Apartments; rent very-low. Apply st 304 East Broadway, near Grand street. rpo LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, EITHER IN SUITS OR X. singly; wou d be mutable lor a physician or dentist; also, one unfurnished Room. The house lis.-, all the modern improvements. Apply at 109 East Tenth street, belwceu Third and Fourth avenues. rro LET?TilE SECOND FLOOR OF HOUSE 89 KINO J. street, consisting of four rooms; also the Third Floor of house 31 King mi vet, consisting of live rooms, to small tunilli, s, wittr g.ts aud water. Iuqiiiru at 33 King street. 110 LET-A HANDSOME RESIDENCE ON TH?RD . awnue and Seventy-second street, with eight or ten lots; Croiou water and gas jn the house; everything in good order. Also two Fluots to let In house on Seventieth Street, between Third and Fourth avenues. Apply to JOHN CALLAGHAN, Third avenue and Seventy-second street. TO LET-A LARGE AND WELL ARRANGED FOUN" djy in this c.ty. It is situated conveniently, and is in the best condition. For terms. Ac., apply to JA8. BOGAR DUS, 200 Canal street, corner of Muloenrr. TO LET-THE FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS AND Hasemeut, seven rooms, in nice order, with all sew im gruvements, gns sud fixtures, wash tubs. Also a Second tory, four rooms. Apply at 105 East Thirty-third street, be tween Lextngtou and Third avenues. TO LET?TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY, TWO PAR lots, two Basements and Room and Bedroom on second Coor oi 77 Greenwich avenue; receutly papered and palntdd; hut aud cold water and gas tbrougnout. Rent low. TO I7ET?THE 8TORE AND BACK ROOM 80i FOURTH avenue: well suited for any respectable business Ap ply at 192 Broadway, from 11 to 12 o'clock, or at 03 East Twenty-seventh street, of PETER A. H. JACKSON. TO LET-WHOLE OR PARTS OF HOUSES 47 AND SI Lisis-nard sire ;t, near Broadway, at low rents. Inquire of A. JOURNEAY, 373 Broadway. rno LET-TWO PARLORS IN THE NEAT COTTAOB A house No. 2 Franklin terrace, West Twenty-sixth street, near Ninth avenue. 10 a respectable gentleman and wife without children, rent $8. TO LET-A COMFORTABLY FURNISHED HOUSE, IN a good, quiet neighborhood; good yard, cellar and vault. Kent taken In board. Also a brick Cottage House in rear of lot. For fui ther particulars call at 18 Vandam street. TO LET-LOW. TO THE 1ST OF MAY. A FINE House lu a central part of the city, with gas fixtures and all modern Improvements. Apply at 165 Broadway, up atalre. T~ O LET-THE"THIRD FLOOR. CONTAINING" FIVE rooms, gas, water, water closet, Ac., in tho-elegant brow n sume house 816 Sixth avenue; only two small families In the bouse. Rent low to a respectable family. Apply to'THOS. 11. GAYNOK, IMS Broadway, or JOHN KAvANAQH, be tween Forty-fifth and Forty-sixth streets, 8lxlh avenue. rro LET-TO A GENTEEL FAMILY, WITHOUT CHILD. X rcu. at $150 a year, the Stcqud Floor, Basement, gas, water, range, bath, Ac.; handsome Parlor, if required; mo dern house. 36 President street, three blocks from Hamil ton avenue ferry, South Brooklyn. TO LET-ON MURRAY HILL, AN ENGLISH BASE meat House, partially furnished tor would sell the Fur niture., to a small private family of religious habits, who would be willing to board the owner and faintly, consisting of three p< r.-ons, Americans. Address II. M.. station F Post office, Third avenue. TO LET-THE FIRST CLASS THREE STORY AND bate men' House 2*6 Thompson street, near Washing ton square, with all the modern Improvements; gas fixtures throughout. Apply to JOHNCULYEK, 231 Thompson street. rro LET-TO A SMALL FAMILY, THE UPPER PART A of the brown stone front House. No. 16(1 East Forty ninth street. R nt l w to a good party. Inquire on the premises. ripe LET?1N BROOKLYnTT?r YARDS FROM FULTON A f> rry cars, on Raymond stieet, adjoining the hue gar den of Mr. St. l'ellx and Fulton avenue, rent $450. a live stoiyand lotsenmnt litgh stoop brick House, with water, rabf-e. gas, bath and Inside water closets; newly painted, and erst class neighborhood. Inquire of OTTO SHAW, 263 Ful ton awnue. near Raymond .-trial. TO LET?AT 170 WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET. IN an English basement house, with all the improvements, first olass Apartments, furnished or not, suitable lor a phy sician, single gentlemen or gentleman and wife, with or without B iard, with use ol kitchen. Family private. TO LET-A FIRST KATE THREE 8TOBY BRICK House, near Washington square, with mo tern Improve, incptr Rent low. Inquue at 19 or 15 Amity place. IPO I,Ei?CONVENIENT FIRST FLOOR, TWO PAR t lore, two largo edioorus, kitchen, ran;e, separate gas, Ae.; v> ry desirable for those tired of boarding. Alao tour Rooms on fourth iloor, all painted. Apply at 1,180 Broad way, corner of 1 hirty-flfth street. TO LET-TWO COUNTRY HOUSES, FURNISHED; one containing eleven rooms, the other 7; one hour's rtda from the city. Apply to M. HUEItSTKL. 630 Broad waj. rpO LET. FURMSI1ED-A FRONT ROOM. BACK ROOM A and Hetiessa on the ftret door, with every eonvenieuce Tor housekeeping. Kent 65 per week. Apply at 276 Wast Houston street, corner of Hudson. TO LET IN BROOKLYN?THE FIRST CLASS CORNER House, SI Hands street, handsomely and completely furnished; everything necessary to keeplmuee; the form turo Is iu good order, location niont desirable, poaaeMton Immediately. Call M above. rl LET OR PUR RALE?AT HIGH BRIDGE, THE Country beat of Mr. R. P. Carman, with all the land*, honee, coach liouac and cottage; fruit or all hinde. Alao three n.maes at Cartnauvllle; rent low to food tenant*. In quire o( H. f. CARMAN. 1.IM Broadway. TO RENT?THE HOUSE AND OROUNDS OP THE lata R. L. Colt, of 1'ateraon. N. J. The houae, built of ?tone, la al?ty feet aquare, two atorlea, baaamrnt and attic, furntebed Willi (u and water. The grounds eomprlaa about lt(le>-n acre-", handsomely laid out in lawn and garden, and in perfect order. Attached to the bouae 1a a targe con aarval ry. Then- are alao aatanalye graperlea In full bear ing. and all the neceaanry outbuildings at a large place. Ap ply to THOH. O. HMlTli. Pateraon,H. i. rRKNT?IN LLEWELLYN PARK, ORANOE, H. J., fin the winter or till a year from the let of May neat, a tisndaoingly furnished brick Houae, containing 14 room a and large Batl, kln.hen and laundry on Brat floor, good range, rath ItMi complete i open grates for wood or coal; a hot water furnace law beats the houae; the ylew la rery Aateralrr, altuRtlon Una; ground, 3Jd acrea; raiiaty of fruit and shade treaa; large atafile, A a., ruom for four horaaaand row; lailwad nation ten mlnnteadrive from houae. Bent, ftm nor month For further partlculare anply to H. I Bl.ACKWELl. 0* William street. r RE NT?A LARGE PURNISHED HOUSE. IN A pi-aaaut Tillage, a abort dlatance from the city, easy of sso-as by boa la or cam Ad Irata J. B., boi 8,7H foal oMar TO RENT?A PURNISHED HOUSE. IN TOWHRBND yenue, Vand-rMlt a Landing. 8taten laland, within Srn Winnies' walk of the ferry; contain" gaa, Ac. Address bog ASM Possession Immediately If n t,<OJ Port oUtee Poaaeaefcn Immediately If required. Rent modi-rate. T1J RfcB FURNISHED ROOMS AND BEDROOM. ON second floor, to let, 'ogether or aeparate, euitable for hiiuaokeaplng; hot and cola water, gaa, bath, Ac. II Beat Fifteenth street, nest hauae to Kelly's bakery. WEST TWELFTH STREET. BETWEEN WASHIBO tonand ?reenwhh.?To let, the buck Parlor, frbnt naariTicnt and two Bedru-iflia tea amall family. Rent $10 par month. A 7~~"~ IM mediate" posses ?flO"'" elen. the urst <-i?aa high aloop brown alone lour atory Ulnar M Wrat Tartt tilth atreet. toa flrat claaa tenant unli'; location belwsdu Fifth and Slith hvenur*. * 1 A rvL'illlt UTi ink cei ? _A A. TKEADWELL. 10S Chambers atreet. I I I M bioEi'.r, nearlapaVettr place To let, an risgant a.lit of Parlors. unfurnished, with oar-of kitchen; aiarscUanre f >ra email f\noiy. Alao a bright. cbet-iful bcaeiuihf. r*ll and aee. Alao elegantly furnished llooma, at 9b Twelfth a1 ret, between Third and Pourth a'cu ,ca ?"asr? DANCIdO aCAOBMLIKR. | IIitAOKr DANCING A< ADKMJf, HO. Ml BRocTmB JD atreet, N. *.?Bt. BJloOKSrTi* HrmtimunrrW&ie pa BRttdXMp tolhnouni-aTitlue pa troua and the pibTir that hie li.nl *o i only pflraally in jured, tt^ fkhoula ami Clwaw *Avtll uo ? opt lit n-il a^ftluy. T| H. SBkRfhOB PltfVA'lE OAMlNll ACADEMY, la na Fourth flvrniKt. ?aaTTWenH k?mrl. A - luaa -a' ledl'-a, uil?e- md truster a' 4 o'r.i c a, I c |t oil nicn at ?k p M Vnvn- u-?- u'tflv-.i , nrnoJtq' ai.il abulkadia, fri ieeta? j a ?(;t |jf as a lAlXU OIF REAL ESTATE. Arark oppijUTDnin ro* capiiamto oi persona desiring tOountry Residences. The subscriber uffeiS far ante hia Country Residence, re cently surveyed end laidvput ae thai It can be divided into three diatluot paresis, each baring a water front and most splendid building sites. The property consists of 300 acres, a Hue, stylish old mansion in a lawn or fourteen acres of lorty shade trees, native aud imported, innumerable and of great variety; a garden tastefully designed and v locked with rruRa and tlewers; uutbuildmgs, lucludinglarm uouse, yalubman's cottage, "froutlng on a fine harbor," and a botvllug alley I The situation lias unequalled advantages for either a private residence or for speculation, having a bold shore on the Sound n mile In extent, two sides belled bv rteek and Inlet, one aide by the main road; the lands tracing the rivers gently alope either way. so that every building Mir commands fine views of the Sound and aurroundlng-'eonnlry. Two thirds ol the sues ran have water fronts The place Is per fectly healthy, water excellent and air Invigernilug. Dis tance from the city 18 miles by Mew Haven Railroad ;'tn.si ne as men can reach the city from this place in less lime than troin Harlem by the avenue cars. Person* desirous of avoidiug oily taxes. the dangers aud detentions in croaaing the rivers, will do well to give ihis advertisement their early attention. No estate of equal al7e within one hundred miles of New York combines the diversified advantages and regal elegance of this old residence in every particular and all its appointments The present distance to railroad stations, two tulles. When "ClmUworth" ts made a station, uow in oon temptation (depot already built), the dlslauce will be only half a mile. Apply on the premises, to E. K. COLLINS, or to him nl the ofll<? of Woodruff A Co., 40 Broad street. Tuesdays, Thuitdays and Saturdays, between 12 aud I o'clock, where a map nan be aeen. A COUNTRY RESIDENCE AT KINUSBRIDtiE FOB sale?One hour'* ride by steamboat and cars; eighteen loih, fine house, atuhle and other outhouses; the whole In complete order. For particulars apply to HENRY MoLEAN, 1,24b Broadway. , AFINH RESIDENCE FOR SALE OR TO LET? cheap, located ou Harlem Railroad, at Fordhain, a short distance from tho city. Price $4,SOU. Roftt to April. $84. DITOHETT, Westchester Lund Office, comer Of Chatham and Chambers streets, seeond floor. A CHEAP ^PLACE-ONLY $600 WANTED, PRICE $2,600, two story house, barn, fruit and shade tree*, four lots, at Murrlaania. handy to city. DITOHETT. Weat olieater land office, southeast corner of Chatham and Cham bers at roe la second floor. AT 319 FOURTH ANRNUK.?McRIBBIN A DAY ARB Instructed to offer for cash $1,021,675 real eai'ate, com prising city and eouutry Dwellings, Stores, Tenements, Farms, Lots, Building Plots, Ac., worthy tne attention of lit tremors or spec ulatum. A FINE HOUSE AND TWO LOT8 FOR SALE, EX Iremely cheap, near the ferry, in Brooklyn; pleasant, healthy and elevaied situation; has all the modern Improve ments, good neighborhood; lit first rate order; terms very easy. 80UTHWICK A WOOD, 82 Nassau street. AN EREOANT PROPERTY ON THE HUDSON RIVER for sale or exchange for city property. Full particulars may be obtained by addres^iug Owner, box 153 Herald oillce, this day. B EAUTIFUL THREE STORY HOUSE IN BROOK lyu?must and will be sold forthwith; cheaper than anything ottered; well and aoceptablr located near four f tries to any pai l of New York, and oars over Brooklyn; water throughout; gas,"itaa fixtures, range: every thing In most perle t order, neaily new. Address H. II,, box 1,142 New York Post olllce, and owner will call. BIOR SALE?A FARM OK 194 ACRES, WITH A NEW Dwelling, containing live rooms on the floor, large cel lar; al oa Farm Housennd all necessary outbuildings, lacing two roads, live miles from Newburg, joining Orange lake; half cash, balance on bond nnd mortgage. App'y to LAW RENCE B. CO 11TANT or J. T. COUTANT, 48 Wall atreet, third door, rear olllce. IrtOR SALE-A FINK PROPERTY. AT STAMFORD, Conn.: superior improvements; about four acres ot ground well stocked with fruit and shade trees, overlooking the Sound free and clear; price S14.0-K); will exchange for city property. Apply to DY'E A CURTIS, MM Sixth ave. For salf.-the elegant four story brown alone f ront House, 25 by tit) feet, tinlsned in the very heat style, and on one o! the best sites on Murray Hill, No. 39 Easi Thirty-eighth street, between Fourth aiid Madison avenues. Apply on the premisea. For sale-a homestead farm, of about one hundred acres, to settla up an estate, located about thirty miles from this city, in New Jersey, near Morrlstewu, suit ably divided, with convenient dwelllug and out bouses, fruit, Ac., clear of all encumbrance. For particulars Inquire at 83 Fulton atreet, New York. For sale-farms, country residences and Building Plots, of all sizes, prices and locations; some for exchange; also a large variety of city Houses and well located, desirable Lots. Bargains offered. W. P. SEYMOUR. 79 Cedar street. For sale-a market garden and fruit farm, containing 25acres, 34 in a high state of cultivation, one mile and a quarter from Hackensai k Railroad depot. There is a very large amount of tine Irult iu full bearing. Building iu good order. Apply for two days at 34 West Twelfth street. For sale?several first class houses; worth 99,UU0, and will be sold for $7,250. One very nice brown stone house at $6,500: and first eluss tenement house, ronta for $750: price $'i,000. Also very handsome ft'.ols of ground, at Yorkville and Harlem, and several other nts, with or without builder's loans. Apply to JOIIW FET TRETCH. 418 Third avenue. For sale or exchange.?water power Grist Mill, near the city: an established business; the good will goes with the properly. The nature of this prop erty is worthy the attention of those wanting a business. Address oox 257 Harald office. For sale or exchanoe-a full sized house, on Second avenue, for Harlem lot-< or a smaller house. Farms, all sizes and prices, for sale or exchange. Money to loan. GREEN A DALTON, 17 Nassau street. House.?wanted to purchase, a small sized modern built House, in a good locution In New York city. Price must be low. Address, with location and parti culars, House, box 4,108 Post office. Harlem lots-for sale, two lots, south. west corner of Sixth avenue and 124th si reel; ready for immediate uae. Apply to B. C. WANDBLL. NO. 3 Piue street, between U aud 12 o'clock. House to exchanob-for india rubber goods, a tine Ave idory teuement Hons \ in Sixth street, New York; rents for $1,300 a year, and will trade for India rubber goods of all kinds. Also a nice House, In Brooklyn, to exchange for dry goods. Apply to PAYTEN, 85 Division street. LANDS?TO ALL WANTING FARMS.?LARGE AND thriving *et!l?nieiu of Vlarland. mild climate. M miles south of Philadelphia, by railroad; rich toll; finecrop*. to be tern growing: twenty acre tract*, at from $16 to $3Uper acre; partible within four year*. Good business openings; good society. Hundreda are settling and making improve ment*. Apply to OHAS. K. LANDI8, Postmaster, Vlnelsnd, Cumberland county, N. J. Letter* answered. Paper* con taining full Information will be sent tree. Must be sold?two of the beat houses, with Store in, new and built by day'* work, on Second nvenue, four story and basement, with all modern Improvements on each floor; rents tor $768, price $6,300; mortg ,*e, can remain or be paid off. Also on'1 first ' IKK T"l " * das r nemi-nt House, just finished and with all the modern In.! ro. 'menla on each floor; renis tor $011; price $7.6)10; ' ------ pafdf tnoi ,;agc, $J,.'>00, can remain ten year* Or tre paid off. Other pieces o. similar property mu*t tie sold. Apply to JAMES FETfRETCH. 317 East Thirtieth street. Merchandise wanted?suitable foracoun try store, in exchange for first class New York and Brookl) n property. Improved and paying. Address W. P. S., 1,785 PC care of bo* 1,785 l'ost ollice. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.-TEN ACRES OF MOST desliable I and In ihc city ol Milwaukee, Wis., located in the northern section, not far from J. Murray'* addition, will lie sold for cash, or In eichange lor New Vorlt property. The laud is peculiarly adapted for a private reefdence, a> well as for building lots. Address the owner for particulars, box 16.1 New Tork l'ost ofllci'; or apply to Mussrs. WALOO, OUT A VAN, Milwaukee, who now attend to the property. j^EAl. ESTATE.?WANTED TO LEASf, FOR A TERM m.m of years, a live or *1* story Building, 90x101 or over, lor light factory purposes, situated between Twentieth and For tieth streets. west side ol' the city preferred. An owner of lots In the above neighborhood, If willing to erect a bulldlug thereon, would meet with favorable propositions by address ing K. B , Herald uflice Sales of real kstatb.-alway8 on hand, lots of Parma, Country nud elly Residences, Vucaut Lots; also many for exchange, aud alt kind*of business; money to loan. Ac. F. D. RICHARDSON k CO., 83 and 84 Nassau street. fJIO GARDENERS AND FLORISTS.?FOR. HALE,. THE _ lease Of fottr Lets of Ground, with the dwelling house aud greenhouses thereon, situated In Yut.es aienue. near the corner of Myrtle urenue, Brooklyn, lately occupied by John Hurley, deceased. Apply to HENRY E. LAWRENCE, 91 Chambers street, New York. Chambers street, New mO RENTPAYER8.?$1,000 VlLL~BtfY~A DESIRABLE J. Resideune with two lots, eight rooms: has been built one year; everything in complete order; good location; J0O feet from the cars, ruuning to three terries; terms from $200 to $.'<00 cash, balance %M0 or $300 per year till paid. Apply to D. C. DANIELS, ooraer Fifth avenue and Fourteenth street, Brooklyn. WANTED?A FRUIT FARM. IN NEW JERSEY: WILL else city or western property lu exchange. Address box 2,815 Post ofllce. WANTED-A DESIRABLE OOUWTBT' MMHWl, with twenty to forty acre* of choica UnF; well Im proved ; brick dwelling preferred; ornamental and fruit trees, and lawn tndlapensab!*; neighborhood must bs flrat class. The vicinity of the Hudson River or Harlem Railroad preferred. Address, with terms and particulars, H., boa 554 New York P"*t office. "11/ANTED?TO PURCHASE. AWELL BUILT HOUBE, TV having all the modern improvements. In a desirable location, not below Twelfth street, between Third and Seventh avenues. Address, stating lowest prioe and the amount of cash required down, 1. B. Fletcher, station A, Spring street. 11/ANTED TO BUY?A HOUIt AND LOt; PRICE NOT Yf over $*,000: must not l>? above Twentieth sin et. either la an nvenue or business street. Addreaa R. W , Herald WANTED TO PURCHASE?A MODERATE FIRST ff clua Dwelling House in Plfih avenue, bstwean Pour toonth and Fortieth streets, with all the modorn conra nlenciea, for which cash will be paid. Proposals received at IB Walker street. am RftA TOR * GRAIN AND PRUIT FARMiOP wUiOUU aeventv-five acres, Including Stock, Tftols, Crops and Purnlture, thirty-Mx mile* on Lone Island. Ap ply to JAMES FLAULBR, 13$ Broadway, N- T? In Uft hat DRY GOODS. QAM EL HAIR SIIAWLA, ^ j ALL KINDS Ucaa, bo-ght for sash by LOUIS ANRICH. 728 Broadway. Y| ADAMB NOURIT, 58 BLEECKKR |STR?BT, NEAR ivi Broadway, Rsspsctfully Informs th* ladle* or New York lhat she has lately returned from Franre with a large and beautlful.na t,irXmr WUTTER BONNETS AND HEADDRESSES, SELECTED BY HKJMMIltP. MMB. HUBR8TBL _ HAVING RETURNED FROM PARIS. - HAS OPENED THE FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS VELVET, SILK AND CLOTH CLOAKS, atao. FINE DRESSES AND 8UPBRIOR CUR8BTS. to which she Invite* the attention ol the ladles In general, at NO. 39 BLHRCKER STREET. 1HK M188K8 CHAMPION k DURING (LATE WITH L MrtV'. Ferreni! have opened an establishment for the ,ofroilon of ladles'and children's Garment* and Ernbrol Me* In all it* branches st An Broadway. SFKrilYR WORSTED tT REDUCED PKIOKs j Th> unilereigae I wi*h Inrail the attention of huysr* to Ibelr stuck of kephyr Worsted, whlcb ihi y mlei nt tr.-atly reduced prices ami (ottniP tebly Ultdtt the pievent >oS! of Importation. CARnN k CO 73 Mur;at su tgt. Nen Yotk FOR SRLrR. A DRUG 8TOKK WILL BE MM.O FOB HALF MB saJue in cash, a* the proprietor Jj?s otli -r business tm stteod to. At>pt/ L> R. V. rmUIKf, MY Blnecksr Birynt, A KEROSENE OIL ROUTE FOR SAJ.B?WITH everything complete. if you want to make atone/ call and met for yourself, at $47 First avenue. All KS r CLASS KB TAIL OROCBRY STORK. WITH farnrabls lease, tor sale, in a Ural rate locality, loin* a large caah trade. For particulars mdnire 01 J UlUNtSi A CO .J/6 Wea atreet. _ 8 FINELY A FITTED UP TEA, CdFPBB AND MY L Grocery Store a* up town ; la perfectly arranged #u (6a a larga business; sell whole or hall. $1,260 or $600. r. D. KIOHABDNON A 00.. 82 aud 84 Nassau si ret* An old and lono bstaklishkd batino iioosb, ueitr the I'oal olflci-; hue coat some six thousand dol lars. will sail for two thousand; would .prefer a partner. F, D. RICHARDSON A CO., 82 and 84 Nassau street. Bakery and fixtures for rale.?an old established stall I, lit a thoro'ighfare neighborhood, doing a first rain bread and cake business orer lus counier for cash. The only reaaou for selliug out is lU health. For particulars apoly at 16i ilaideu laue, near South street, for two days. BUTCHER'S STORE FOR BALE-ON ACCOUNT OF stckueas. Apply at 62 Pitt street. DRUO STORE FOR SALE?SITUATED ON ONE OF the leading avenues, and uuw doiug a fair btmiuesa. A splendid opimrtunlty for s good aud enlerpriaiug young man understanding the drug and prescription business. Inquire atJ.O. KIP'S pliai maty, Tiilr d avenue, between EigUty lifth aud KiSbty-atxtli streets; will be sold low. FOR SALE?AT A BARGAIN, AN INTEREST IN A (lowing Oil Well, on On creek, l'a. Address J. N. Kra . xler, Oil OttY, Vcuanqo county, Pa. ipOR SALE-AT A OREAT SACRIFICE, FOR CASH, A i large and well tilled corner Grocery Store, now doing a smashing business; or will be exchanged lor other property ihout delay. Address tor three days (irocer, bok 160 Herald nil hi ol$ e TjiOR SALE?Half OF THE SCHOONER JOHN P Hlckey, not Uve years old; rigging and sails not two years old; carries 200 tuna In six feet water; price $78". In quire of 8. WEBB, 881 West street. For sale?the stock and fixtures of a drat cIhsh wholesale and retail Liquor Store; will be sold cheap. It not disposed ot before Friday the si ek aud fix tures will be sold at public auctlou. Appiy on the premises, southwest corner oi Forty-eighth street aud Meooud avenue. LHlil SALE-A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR JP Store, cheap lease, one block from two of the large.t eblp yards iu the city. Apply on the premises, 486 Houston street, coat. For sale-two stalls in fulton market. Nos. 61 and 5.1, occupied tut a pork Stand for the last twenty-elglit years by the present owners. For particulars Inquire nil the premises. IJAOR MALE?AN OLD ESTABLISHED AND WELL . known Ate House, near the City Hall para. The house la doing one of the best buslnescss iu lUitt vicinity. For terms apply at I-"., City Hall, New York. ipOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST TEA STORES IN JP (lie city; spleudid iixture* itnd a ulce stock. Terms low for '-usli and good reasons for u-luiig. Apply on the premises, 662 Hudson atreet. For sale.?an established photographing Gallery at Coxsarkie, Greene county, N. Y., owing to de clining health of the proprietor, will bo sold cheap. An ex ccih-iii business location. Apply inline lluteiy. Address Photographer, box 207 Coxsackie Post oQlce, Greene couuty, N Y. _ III OR SALE?THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A RE 1 tail Grocery Store, long established; now doing a good cash trade. Pcrsous desirous of purchasing will make early applicatlou|on the ptumises, 125 Eighth avenue, corner Six teenth street. IfOR SALE-VERY CHEAP, PART OR THE WHOLE 1 of u second baud Law Library, consisting Of the various New York Reports and Text Books of the latest additlous. Call at 22 Cetlar street. ipOR SALE?A GREAT BARGAIN ?THE STOCK AND 1/ Fixtures oom piste ot a Prutt and Confectionery story, b4,'i Fulton street, now doing a good business; must be sold, as the owner has other business to attend to. Inquire at the above place. No ugeuts need apply. For sale.?a rare chance?the lease, fur nlture and natures of a well established Hotel, iu prime condition, excellent locality, and now doing a successful business; an admirable opportunity for a business man to make money; will be sold reasonably lor cash, or exchanged for imnrotvd city or Brooklyn property. Agents need not apply. " Address A. P. T., box SW Herald uUlce. For sale?a grocery store, with stock and fixtures, on tbe Sixth avenue. Rem of store $i(i. Price $250. Apply to DYE A CURTI8S, 508 Sixth avenue, be tween Thirtieth und Thlrty-Orat streets, FOP-SALE?EMBOSSING, PAGING, PAPER CUTTING Machines; Standing, Screw and Lying Presses; Press es for working Dies; Lathes, Hand Press, Adams Press, Chases, Cases. Ualley, Binders' finishing Tools, Ac., all at half price, at 21 Dey street. For bale?the stock, fixtures and lease of a Tea and Coffee Store, in Atlantic street, Brooklyn, where a good cash business can be done. Apply at No. 20} Prout street. frtOR SALE-KAItMS ON BOOTH SIDE OF STATEN 1 Island, about four miles from Vanderbilt's Landing, on the line of the railroad. Oue of 07 acres, on Tyson lane, running from Vandcrbllt to Coins avenue; one or .11 acres, with dwelling house, on Vanderbllt avenue; one of 15 acres, with house, barn and Ash house, running from Coles eve uue to the sea; one of 12 acres, 45b feet, on Coles avenue; one of 6 acres, 228 l'eet on Coles avenue?all lytnx in same vicinity, near tbe sea. about forty-live minutes from New kork, near New Dorp Railroad statlou.Post olboe end Patten House; has an open view of the bay and Sandy Hodfc; pure air and excellent water; good neighborhood; well situated upon tbe different avenues to divide into small parens. Prioea to salt the times. Apply to LEETE A BALDWIN, 78 Nassau street, room No. 1, where a tump, showing the lo cation, can be seem For sale-a finely fitted up bar and dining Saloon, located down towu; is doing a good business; will sell at a bargain on account of other business; price BiMh); reut $360. F. D. RICHARDSON A CO., 82 and 81 Nassau street. IjiOR BALE, CHEAP FOR CA8II-ONE OF THE HAND ? somest fitted up Skloous In tbo city; good location, fully turnisbed, and will pay well any one tbal gives it attention, sold In cousequeuoc ol sickness. ISAAC A. BIOOS, 78 Nassau street. For sale very cheap.?a bookbinder's em hossiug Press, perleclly new, Sheridau's mike geared for steaiu or band power; suitable for envelope makers, or any klud of stamping or embossing. BARTON A MOONKY, 07 Cliff street, third floor. Hardware stock for sale-situated in one of tbe most thriving villages of Peulral New York. The,house has been established more than forty years, and has always and is new doing a sale and prosperous business. To persons desirous of engaging in the trade a rare rbauN; i? offered. Communications addressed to box 120, Ueueva, N. Y., will be promptly replied to. Restaurant for hale?of first class cha racier and business, with Bai and Fixtures; also some stock. Price $350; half cash, balance ou mortgage. Inquire at 03 Ni--. i i street, WANTED TO PURCUASE?THE WHOLE OR HALF lnier$sl in some piotitaolu business; value about $1 ,500. Those desirous oi disposing ol their business would do well to call ou us. J. EDWARD IRELAND, 03 Nassau street. WOOD FOR SALE?1 WENTT-SX0HT ACRES OF standing Wood, comprising oak, chestnut, hickory, Ac., fronting on the Hudson river, in Now Jersey, opposite Eiglily-oightn street, N. Y. Apply to OUHTAVU8 BAYLIES, 'ttu Broadway. CASH WANTED-FOR A BUSINESS PAVING $.io p-r we :k; must be sold as the owner is going away. Any prison wanting a good business this will suit them. Address Earnest. itatWu A, Spring street. d> J H|Wt A YEAR CLEAR PROFIT (HOTEL AND JX.vUU lodging business) can be cleared by Investing $i,0ia) in new Furniture and leasing, ai greatly redui ad rent, a modem built Hotel (80 rooms) down towu; a rare chauco. Address M , box .3 > Herald uflLe. ?()A nno OF HARDWARE, OARRTAOE MATE CLviUvU rials aud Malleable Iron, a asiecl jobbing stock, for sale, entire or in parcels, on liberal terina and at a bargain, to close the concern. Apply at 105 Chambers street, up stairs, without delay. $800 but ten month*, and . nutted % bargain. Prlre MUSICAL. A GREAT BARGAIN?SPLENDID ROSEWOOD PIANO, made by be*t inikerb, warranted for Are ream; in per lect order. Com SftftO; wilt be aold for tea* than hair com. Inquire at .W Weat fifteenth atreet, from It) tlU > P. M. A7K octave rosewood piano eor sale?AT half Ita value, coat a few month* ago $IW, ha* tull iron I rami-, overitrung baaa, round corner*, back tlnlahed aame a* front, oarred oa*e and lege, city made, and guaranteed. Apply at 27 Bldrldge atreet. near CanaU A MAGNIFICENT SEVEN OCTAVE RGARWOOD PI anoforie for aale?Elegantly carved, ovaratrung baa*. full Iran Mate, lined with aatln wood; haaalt modern Improve menu; made to order; been In uae 7 month*; ooat UW, for giVi, Inoludiag Htoolfand Cover. Also, Parlor Furniture at a aaorltiee. Inquire ail IIS Waet Twenty-third atreet, near Sixth avenue. Fob salb-a pianoforte, powerful. sWekt tone, eeven octare, roaewood, laleal etyle; been In uae * juataagooda* whan IraMxmght. War rtce SI to. M. 8AMBL80N, MS Heeaer atreet. \yfRS. McKEEVER, TBACUER OF riANO ANDSINO 1YL Ing, ISO Weat Thirty-third atreet. Term* moderate. Would like to form an engagement to teach muatc In a eelett achooL kBOANIST.?A COMPETENT ORGANIST DESIRE* A I place in New York or Brooklyn; la thoroughly tabular th the CaHiolte aervtce. Satlalartory reference aa to ability. Apply for two week* et Hatelton Broth era, No. M Prince etreet, or SIO Woo tier atreet. PIANOS OF THE CELEBRATED MAKERS 4, A O Flecker, acknowledged the moat durable and beet Planoa, whnieaale and retail, on very reasonable term*, abtha manu factory and wareroom, 241, 21* 24ft, MT and 249 Weat Twea ty-eighth atreet 81ANOFORTE FOR SAIJt-li OCTAVE. ROSE woodcaae, Iron frame, Sc., An.'; price $W. Apid/ at H Eitat Twentieth atreet, for two day* -MEW SEVEN OCTAVE PLABOS. IN ROSE ? wood caae*. tron ffhnae* and fft-eratrungiba**. f->r lftti. do., with moulding*. SWA; do., with eafveil7lnga and inlaid wllh name board, |B7ft akd SAW; dm, wlUyfoariaeye, ?1 and $2ft0; now AK octave, |14t>. The above planoa are greatest bargatna In the city. S?tond hand Piaooe from tim greateat bargain* in tne cny. second nana riano* >rnm $2A to gltw. New MeloJeona at extremely low price* New and eecond hand Piano* and Melodeon* In let. Ren* allowed If purchaaed. Motility payment* received fer the same. Caali paid for eeennd hand Ftano*. HORACE WATERS Agent 4BI Broadway. WATCHES, JEWKI-RY, AC. / 1 \ -11 PAID FOR DIAMONDS, PEARLS AND At,!. pieelou* a'one*. Alao, tor India Camera llalr Hhawla Forea e, a lga>?? Brilliant ut? pin) o< maluhlea* quality. B. W. PLUM B. ftil Broadw ay j tTtlll I0 dud 2 till S only. Pit U"? By , l.lltlt I I llv If *7 W y or* noiei, can a*1 u*u,ni in** ?? en.v other plat" in the fliy. lie bffera IV ray the higheat price?twenty nrr eeio more Ihbn ahi Cher ve reen. and pty* Inedy monev w-fl out being enwpvUed to take My other goodbluexcMnte. Hent':nib?>i7^ Broadway. NIBLO'S OARDBN _ "Tirwiiiio? ?*? bdwin ro%**trr HI* Oral appearance daring Mr. t. MoOPLLOUOH ... .aa..,.^.. ? ???^vuirruKO FRIDAY BVBVlINU. OCT. 31, l*B. Will b? performed Judge Conrad's powe "Tnl Trsgedr of JACK CADE. _ Tli BotDIi* OV Klirr. ,.nir n.nD EDWIN FORREST u S*0? Lord Clifford Mr^J. MrCullo-i^h Friar Lacy Bf i^L K shewed Mitrmmm tVad.tme I'omsi Musical Director Mr llarvev B Dolwjrlb SATURDAY EVENING. NOV. 1, ItJbX ? MATILDA HERON. Will make HER FIRST APPEARANCE ?t tbl* Theatre la Iter gn at character of CAM ILLS, Which wtH be produced with uew Uceaery, new FurtUurt tail Appointment*. Nlgbl* of uerforinaiiar of EDWIN FORREST, MMNDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY Olid FRIDAY. With the exception ot the Proas. NO FREE LIST. Dt??a Circle end Parquet, SO cento. 8"Cured Parquet stalk, 75 cent*. Family Circle, 25 cont*. The performance will ooaim 'uro at a quarter to eight o'clock. The door* will open at a quarter pad eeven o'clock WINTER GARDEN. Mr. Jackson has the honor to announce (bat ca THIS EVENING (FRIDAY). OCT SI. EDWIN BOO I'll will, by untraisal desire, repeat his great rote or KICIIAKD 111, RICHARD lit. In which be scbteeed so snperb a triumph. He wlIlDbe as sisted by MR. AND MRS. F. B. CONWAY, and an admirable company. FOX'S OLD BOWERY THEATRE BENEFIT OF MR. U L. FOX. THE MILLER'S MAID. Matty Marvellous Mr. O. L. Faff Utile*..., H. Lampion (Jemgo O. W. Thouipsm A PLEASANT NHIiiHBoR Christopher Strap Mr. ?. L. Foa Nancy Stfap Miss Fauuy Herrmg THE MAGIC PILLS. Dandy Boracitlo Grlmal<l? Mr. O. L. Foi SPIRIT OK JACK. KHEPFARD. Blucskin C. K. Fox Dickey Daw . .If. Chapman (TEORUE CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS. T wa Broadway. opposite Mutropol tail Hotel George Christy ana John N. Brut?* Leases* ttU.y Proprietors Organised iu Mu. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED BAND IN THE UNITED STATES. MONDAY. OCTOBER 27. FIRST NIQHT OF THE NEW EASTERN EXTRAVA GANZA, written liy Sylvester Bli-eker, entitled THE TREATY WITH iaPaN QEOROE CHRISTY us JULIUS Ql'AOKENBUBH The piece linn been several tvcek" 111 preparation, ;.nd will be produced with new und Appropriate s . uery b.v Mr. John Evers, new costumes and properties by Mi Boniface The sceuio Illustrations comprise a ROCKY I'ASS. THE SUBURBS. Ac., with a magnlliccnt VIEW OF THE CITY OF JF.DDO. THE LANDING OF COMMODORE PORTER 3 FLEET, HALL OF AUDIENCE IN THE i'ALACE. Terminating with n llielik-- view of the FATHER OF OUR COUNTRY. SURROUNDED BY THE EMBLEMS OK OUR NATION. THE BEDOUIN ARABS OF COLOR, whose advent wu? .mile,l with SHOUTS OF LAUGHTER, will appearevrrv evening during the week, led hy GEORGE CHRISTY, THE UNTBRKIFIED, who will perform hi* great n nil no lal feat THE DARING PEKCHE fcidUIPOISE. BRILLIANT ACHIEVEMENTS ON THE COKDE TENDUE, terminating with a MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE, A LA HERRMANN MATINEE FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN EVERY SATURDAY. IN THE EVENING Doora opon at 7; curtain rises at a quarter before 3. Admit, uuce 25 cents; cbildri. u, 15 cent*. 1'rivuie Boxes, )3 audit OPE CHAPEL.?SEVENTH WEEK OF TIRKELL'S CALIFORNIA. H Every evening at 7\. Weducsday and Saturday afternoons at Special exhibitions given to schools, societies, Ac. FOR SALE -WALLACE'S THEATRE SALOON WILL be sold ut a bargain, .is the proprietors have other busi ness. Apply to D. H. JOHNSON, lit! Fulton street. MIS< KIuIuARiKOl H. Articles for travellers-sole leather Trunks, Dress an t Bonnet Trunks, Leather -iW.l Carpet Bags; clegaut Pans tiiude I.idles' Travelling and Shopping Bags. JOHN OATTNACH, Manufacturer and lniDorter. 36 Broadway, corner of Wall street, and 700 Broadway, uear Fourth street. Dr. QUTMAN'S RUSSIAN VAPOR BATU8, S73 Fourth street, near H road way. CURE OF RHEUMATISM WARRANTED. Gas stoves, gas stoves, oas stoves. Warm your rooms with the new oatont GAS HE ATI NO STOVE, made upon new nnrt sclentlQo principle* ~ Cro?t?.?^.,"T' p"?" "i.&WU.nrov, WO..M, . No. 414 Broadway, oi?? douf below Cauai i-reet. N ORWAY PINE FLOORINO?66 M 765,000) FEET, a. a board measure Norway Pine, inch and a ^barter Floor Plank, from four to sii inches wide, long lengths; all outside Plauk. undressed, lor wile on reasonable Urm<. 'iy MEN ZIES. VIELK A MATHER, foot of Waat tort) fourth 1 PHOTOORAPUIC APPARATUS WANTED?CAMERAS Headrests, Printing Preases, Ac. Aiiuir. to or s*JJres. M E.LOi KWOOD, 537 ElghlU avenue. 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A premium paid for Prlzea. Iniprg* itlou furnished. Highest prico paid for Doubloon*. TAkLOR A CO . Bankers, 16 Wall street. New Yrrfc SSOLDIERS. ATTENTION?NEVY PATENT CANTEEN* I Tb>? CesteeM are made of ? ater-j>roof lemh. n, ?nd lined with pure block 'in. They cannot u< corrod-id ?>> a. l ie nor affected by water uf any lo.ullty. None are genuine uuie?e (lamped "la 0. Paient." LA/.AKL 0ANT4JU. sole meuuracturer of patent Canteen* end Ulie Preserver Trunk*, ?M Broadway, corner of Ble<- (er elreet. SAPt. WANTBD-A UOOD SECOND HAND~8/?PE NOP much 'i?ed. mud be modern hitle and make, nul li" ? than 00 Inohe* high, 33 Inchei wide and 17 inchee d wp, tactile meatiiremenl Lillle'a preferred. Add ret* butJ.BW Port often. rpiNTfl.-TWO NEW PATTERNS oF""S>RTA?LE X Tent* and fCnnptMka combined, nil weighing only 3d pounds with all nee mary clothing. Co*trac*?raor others ran bd eupblled with any quantity desired. I aqslre ah 140 Pulton etrret. New York, up stairs. W^HANTBD-A SECOND BAND ENuINB, 10 19 18 Inch cylinder and .1^ feet stroke, with bcaey fly *b?el Addreei. stetldi partiouiart, AaierVau Tub?? Works. forty sixth street eon Tenth are one __ ^STRUCTibw.- " AT m BOWBRT, MBIT YORK, ANN 3M PULTON A street, HrooMyn, student* rece.re a vourte H Double Entry Bookkeeping nod WrlUug. for 0AI. ibrte m uuh* eevsnly-elght leaeops in Aiitbmeilu and Wflung lor $6; ladles twenty WritTsg lesion* $3. Co ynet PAINE qs n I* sober of I ennuta>nip and Boo*ke -ping.nanda inrivalUra.? Naming Journal A mm" VOVSO LADY, POSHEHHINO a THOROUQH knowle??eof Preneh end mu?lo, is drsltous of ototatr in* a rew pi pUt- Please mldrsna Pi-such Teacuei, Utf R-d' Eighteenth ?'Teet, New York. AYOWNO I.ADY, HV A RKVBR8B OP PfATI KB I (ompeiled to r>-ly upon h?i*elf, detlrne n sfdnt'on tf some reputable letnily a* teacher uf fhtidren nfj* Mettl ?n SrlrTrig. Addreie American us. Juox IA* Uru A mm PRBNCH LADY, LATELY COME p6oK PARIS, wishes logDv Is-swlu* lu Convefwfw* "? yTP"" end ladles at lo3 olrceud_?lre?i. Mr^miA AhT COOPER IRiITITUTE-BRYVTa STRAfTON A I'BNN'M Commer IMCOBsae.-*hIi**'?'"n day end et?n Inc In bookkreniii*. commercial lap- oAnmemal artHtme tir, bnilneee pcnni.ansMp, Ac. P"'"w? adyestnge oileiad rouug men for acquiring ?cr"w?*-te m ?terse educa - tion (.'nil I gr catalogue. FR UEN't'H AND OKRMA?,LA''<i0A(,I!::V"PROFESSOR I m TELLEKINU. SK (enutWiehwl In ibJZ), will recstye application-'"r .I1"**4* (""ten In French *n 11 (ji-r naii. m slk'i ? *Ar?ifck ii^A Latin (irawgml*? Bioo ulon, Hlntopj^ ? *"* make traonUiioiiB. TU I1B BPANISd7,.f^??.V^,Ai?aTA';onT AH to'ore by CIPKIANO iKiRIIIa, for furl her .aril i lam npp? idP" n?"7 sfBIWRdl nt No. li West T? l?tj eixtb htreek n *' HvundWny. M;\v /?M HI.II M IOV-. r>rad, mauk and i>baM tiix uontkntbdv that IV ln*altin:i:?: urtrk, ??lUi'l' mi rated J* oris rliui'-vul V rtu?l Adi lk"?.'M , W- . Ei.I. At D lW?i"i?r?. I c.i-rywiicie, <S ?? '? I ? nni'ip.' on rereitt "I -5 ctd-i (teiuio), A l tre*s rWhlVit.i cA AM(7?BaVKlffTS. WiLUtiKN " NKW ntMKDV NIrtHT awvwJiii*. (FRIDAY). kKPRESENTATION OK THE NKW ANIt VBKV POPULAR PLAY . , . .. HOSOM PRIBND8 which attrtcu lorreantig tudicnean iilrhtlr BOsOM RKIKNDR. ' u tr " 4 r"" au(1 r"nipl?tH dltirlbiiltoo Or' hi"'?; ? Mr V Mr ??????"? K..W Mr m "? |"5 Mr J,"'? ?"'*? K!dSr,rrk/:rM' " . *'? *&!:*& ('aiil, I. i\ I Mr Join, is.- f,.o TUroduri^ Vr N<?rii>? .. ;;;;; ..*ZVr'ZZ ? Mn.il Jl .nn.piM SATl/ada V ..... Mi-if. I^ vM t ADA Y, (Tint M},|e u,,, H y MONDAY ifljliu u.ff'- '? L.0U3 WIPE. TUESDAY, "?S0M KR,EVD* ... ^ , SPEED TtIK PLOtllllf, "w.Wi'isrrs":?,;, ??* *. * Bosom krirndh ^.V,!Vh'll,ly. P?l'ular C0..1. HJT, rKIOAT (futh Hum). ? BOSOM Kill FN OR SATURDAY, In rriir.niil, CENTRAL PARK IAITRA KERNE S THEATRE J Doors open at 7, ' onim-tie at 7k (/clock. TUB UNBOUND.*!) K Til (LSI ASM wbicb nightly gro tai-sdi r nr. ceinii mo oi u LAST NEW COMEDY, NO RKST POR TO E WICKED. NO REST FOR THE WICKED, NO REST FOR THE WICKED, gQUALTO OUR AMERICAN < OUdlN SHOUTS OK LAIHWIJ'ER HHOI.TD OK LAUGHTER from rue to the..fa I of the enit.iti. Tbo tuHBng'm Ait ?' knoa tc g with grateful pilde Mini THE REI'INED TMRLLlOhA'i K AND CULTIVATED T C-.TB OK Ol'R I O.IMi NITT bM rueniorihly cvntAQi p I Use I' I i the COMPLETE SUCCESS 0' THIS ' OMT'.DV. WHICH TERMINATES AT TEN O'CLOCK PREOiAELT THE I'LOT IS OLBVE* aNH VERY Kl NN Y. THE PLOTlh CLEVER AND \EKY KLN..Y. world. Ot Zi. MR. BLAKE KEEPS THE At DJRHCE IN A CONlt Nl'AL K'.'Ait. ricrol I. Ot . 21. MISS KERNE AND LAURA r.KtOH A NEW i ACH, LOOK ED AM) ACTED Gil Ait dlNULY. THE COSTUMES t?K THESE t AO J.A0IE3 IMPORTATION FROM PARIS. THEY ARE ItAVISllINULY BEAUTIFUL. Oour er. MR. SLAKEas OENET MISS LAURA KEENE Ml MADAME KERNA.NI> Supported by tier. (1REAT COMBINATION OK ACKSOVVLSD IED DRAMATIC ARTISTES To couclude with tb. . on tc site*' i o A CON J L'OAL LESSON. Mr. ami Mis. Lbiiahy. ..J r Uuvi- on ui <1 Miss Ada Chiton SPECIAL ifuTi' E. Mrs. Aua S. St?Ji?Loii??' new conu tly. cui.Usd CIOLD F1SIIIN J. is in preparation. Tlie grand spectacle ontlikW BLOWDETTE, a (airy story for tbo Thanksgiving Holidays, will be pro ducod MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24. A few repre?*nU< ions <>' RACHEL, THE RK\PFB: SECOND LOVE, And l'Eti WOKKINUTuN, will be given. G1 OTTSCtlAl.il CONCERTS.?IRVING IIALI. r GOTT8 'HACK'S KIKmT ANI? ONLk MORNING CONCERT. A Nl? CAST "A RI KA R ANGE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, ISflL Door*open at 12. Corner! begins *t half-piatl 12 o'rlnk. Ticket* Flity cent* | Reserved Sea's..Fit ty cent* e tr? Notiok.?Each purchaser of oim or more reserved *. ata will lie presented with a sp' mllil portrait of Mi. Gott* hulk, engraved In the highest style of the art by Messrs Sarony Major .V Knapp, from a photograph by ,T. UurueyA 8> n. printed on heavv paper, sire M by 24 inches. Th? following pnweriul array of talent will assist Mr. Gottschalk ? MISS CAKLOTTA I'ATTI, her llrst appcoranee this season. Mr. WILLIAM CASTLE, ih? new tenor and pupil of Slgnor AHELLA, wh i will accompany Mr Castie, Slgnor Ml'/.IO who will accompany M.a< I'attl, Mr. THEODORE THOMAS Musical Director, Mr. P. EliEN, Flutist, Mr. II. tj. 'IIMM will president the piano. The sale of seats will commence this morning at Beer ft Schlrroer's, 701 Broadway; Scharfenberg A Cms . 7W Broad wav, Slliell A Salisbury's, No. 7 Nassau St., and at Irving Hall German opera horse, 485 Broadway, corner of Broome street. Director C.tKL A NBC HOTS FRIDAY EVENING, October31. and SATURDAY EVENING. November I. at eight, will be. pros ntod, lor the Hr<t time In America, Adamhi world renowned eo'nic 0|>era, In three uctfasd' THE POSTILLION OK LON.lUMEAtT, which will be produced with the same perfect onaemWft as The Seraglio and Jean de Paris. The cast contains Iks following lav irlte artists ? The charming and popular Prima Donua, MME. Rol l Ell, Messrs. QUINT. OKAKK. K RON FIELD and BRHKINGKK. ON SUNDAY NEXT, GRAND A AC RED CONCERT. NEW BOWERY THEATRE. Solo Proprietor Mr. J. W. Llagarft FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 31, mi, THK GREAT SENSATION DRAMA or CLAUDE DUVAL, CLAUDE DUVAL. CLAUDE DUVAL, CLAUDE DUVAL, o.t ma i.ira or thb GREAT highwayman UK 1666-31 IMS DEATH BEFORE THE TYBURN TREE Scenes in ENGL AND AND FRANCE. TEN SUPERB TABLEAUX. Mr. G. C. Boniface as The HighwsyaMI Mrs. W. G. Joues...... a Nell ilwfmm THE VAMPIRE and LOVE AND Ml %DBR. BABMUM'S AMERICAN MUHFUM. TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS. LAST DAY BUT ONE PAUVRETTE. IMMENSE CROWDS. . GREAT ENTHUSIASM. BOURCICAULT'S GREAT DRaMA, PAUVRElTE; or. UNDER THE SNOW, Continue* In be received pith THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE, and lathe most p polar p'ay ever prc-rlueed at the MuaraOb It will he given every Afternoon and Evening. MISS FRANK NIXON. Dans*nag. To be seen at all hours, new and beautiful WAX FIGURES OK Uea. Halleck, Gen. McClellan, Gen. Bnrnsldr. Gen. Baah% Uen. Pope, General Corcoran, Com. Foote, jMf. Davis, Beauregard, and QUEEN VIC i GRlA and the FBlNCB OF WALES, Colored Tropi' a' Kisii. Sac reel Bull and Cow of the Hindoos Llviu, Monster Snakes, Living Happy Fsmily. and a million o her "dfioait.es. A dm lesion. 26 cent*. Children under 10, 15 eents. BREANTS MINSTRELS, MECHANICS 11 ALL. 472 BROADWAY. Monday, October 27, and every night during the week, ANOTHER BRILLIANT PROGRAMME. Cruelty to Johnny. Raw Recruits, Ttn-pau-u-nl-oa, I.ES MIHERARLES. Pike's peak Musicians. D BU- k Brigade. DAN BRYANTand NELSF. SEYMOUR. THE ECHO. The Haud-t lone Biotuera. Burlesque Clreuu. 1L OAPTIVO TROVATOKK btoort Mad. Howard FaM*df Manico H. 0. Campbell | First Kiillan Da > Bryant Duoia open si t?h4, cur ?m i at 7>?. Ticketa26 acuta. 1A700DS MtVHTRKL Haul, VV 614 BKO.iDWAY, 8M O.-poelte H" ??? Nlchoue Hotel HEM&Y WOOl) , M I roprtetor, INCRBAkKO AJTRACT'ON. ENTIKU NKW fROOKAMMB. ii0?dav. "? *"*? Tilt! Model "f lh0 rnr?NlwJ El h Hnrti, Cliarky Do*. Yrn.'k Hrowrr ( oil Wlilte, Ab^r^A ill nry Klornm. oerBleitiil, I-ae-*, Ix-wlK, tr. Ac. Ac., t> DO? on-l ple??mg *cte Ceii^rjitliuawfontibuMA*l* rata, Hnraki Wal~d?. Broken-. lUppy Undo T-.m, .Sraltuj MeulenU, Uncle 8am, We Oil belong to the Union Aim). ^Doo'n open A\. Commence 7\ o'cKWt. TtckrU 28 eta. V'BW) 8 GARDEN", il EXTRA ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. Wheatley I ?* mu.;h ploauun l? in/ortniag fn nubile ho baa c!r?ct?rt an ongaetM' nt with MATIL.HA HEKoN . ? for a poriod of ?U;ht wioka, to npiwar i .lamalely r1'1 ?r' Forreat. MATILDA ITFRON will appear every ICEBOAT AMD NATL'RDAi EVEN""*, an4 wttl i iah? for Orm apprarane* thla t.ea?"mri!_? . HATl'RHAY RVF.NINO NEXT, NOV**??* '? In her great character <rf<.AWrr r |e IN WHICH RHK Ml'ST BVBRSTANDrITUOITT ARTVAL Th#> drama will bo praducod Wtlhjg* FunH'ore md ippolntmrnta, and ,l?s fWWUIW CAST OK tWAKACTKRR e*?r *or,t HOX BOOK y^W OPEN. G1KOROR CHRISTY'S H* iTRBLS *5 BROADWAY ? r In ennaanimeo of ?rU imrformaneo or tUn Trttf> "H* ' Rubllo Is ia Sptotfiilly Infovmr.d ttr?*, "?*,/J1T wiU bo ?P*n ?*M* da, from Id till ?. %'?-;%* ^QOfi T^f 'J*PA ,aS^foNDPlif ANf? AN^TO*T, ?*? Mj HROAHWaT. <yHN DAUjV FROM 19 A. M. TO 10 t. St. v AW. TlsiTORB W? TUB OIT* abouk not '*?*?' wlinamlng thin truly woadarf'k .-/magnldcaat hi>Mt<dion. Tho eiqulatte Qertu aUII at rTiia lnnuwrabl? admiers. ' ADMISSION ? CBNTB. AM MA WALLER. THE EMINENT TRAGIC ACITFSS _Jj baring nr.nnl'.d-.l ?? ? ne engagem?ur at Wn.?''a Tt ' tad tying IB " ?wt at Plan's Op, ra House. Cwsespeedaot* will addreaa MttroppUiau Thaatrs. B.U..lu W. COWBIJU. Agon I The fatortte resort of the pituc-tuf origin a! Oriental Mu-to Half, OH Broadway, ti?<\r Blego ar a:t*et~Mu Rhoolnn gularj-, billiard*, and go?'? lady waiter* al'vats In aUaadaui" .. , KRvWX BURNS, Man.or AFIHST V'tOLIN I aykr wantbd-?for hitch moa'a M Hi ITS! ' ?r>L NUrtiO V>and I WHsil'i.. AN > perform'?* <?i c?'? nrd ro; JtauoM will Had rood m'" m iii for the wtaise ' u?m. FCKBirt'KK. T eaDT wimibh to sei.l rfci. furnuumb and g\ ?io.: will ?l a ladir*' pnvat- boarding Itonao, In a H'oaf kica'toaani daiugagocl iniaiifaa; f irtiltnra amirraiy th nw 1 mi 1 "Hi "fdarj vi, ixrtlra wl?h ttt to |i nehi?n nil i? Weilidiif ?? aa 1' 'Oil br ?>ld cltaap lore**' : -at? ? , .r, p ? ? agl"' ' *p..,-g A liinis A. B. C., Broad i?a) Poat otlnai t 111.DP* - i' 1 f.n\u 1 n mrn sin 4 I In nli 0An 1 a 01 wai> >nlci| in.ifiuU. inrT, al?o ?? J ?thrfn ii CbainMr Rmla, plalu ?ud orna'uai U r. FAKKINOToH'M, API Canal atreci, opiiAiie Wovuler. 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