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?oiBonre ard M?Dm*o. 108B. OS'S BLOCK ? of Fran I fori rod ' il?hd: otm room to ta $3 per was*. Houas opea T TBI FRANKFORT HOUSE, OVK BLOCK BAST ?f tba City Halt corner of Fraalfori end William ?rrrtn. ISO Room*. Malt} furnished: o room to one per ?m. 2A- ta tun pet day , $1 40 CT T 174. IT* ASP 178 BLKEChKR STREET, BIX Nock a Weal of Br.adwav? Pte*,iaol Rooira with at i Board. from $* la $13 per waek. Famttkaa aocord A PARLOR ARD BEDROOM WANTBD-IN A FET A rate fhmPy hr a qnlai frntlrmin In the TUnltv nf rifln Aveoue liotei. Address T. F., Maduoa Square Post k TBRT RICE S0IT OS HANDSOMELY FURNISH I rd Room lo lax with flr-t class Board, alan one S'ngl* < eat A vply ai At 1 oarieeoth street, a law daort weal of road war. GENTLEMAN AND WISE CAR BE ACOOMMO daied alih Furnished Rioius, wuh Board Alto a l-w gentleman. Eefereaoea required. Apply al 187 Wa plaaa. few Bi rrs or p-le asant rooms to let? with Hoard, al No II West Twantv-ai th atrart. cor r of Broadway opposite the Bt .lamee Hotel Two or ee stag> eentletseu can alao be accommodated. Kelar Wa required. FRENCH PRIVATE FAMILY. LIVING DS TOWN, will at a oorafortablv Furnished Room, withflo-rl, ta kenth-inan and bia wile or a single gentle-nan. The i contains all modern Improvements. Addraaa F. H., - K. 1 CAKD-A LABOR THIRD STORY ROOM MAT A he nr .cured with Board. at the lirat c.aae reaidenca ILafatette p a-e References exchaugel. SMALL BACK PARLOR TO LKT-F0RNISHBD. . fir one ?r two gentlemen. in a pr vate family. Alao a tro<-:n on third Hour. OA1, Laight atroei. A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT AND BACK Parlor and KuetuMiii In let. Private table If deaired. Alec a raw wall furnished Rooms, without hoard for -en ?emen. Rrferencaa required. Apply at 138 Eighth street. Wear Broadway. Board DFSIRaBLE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM ON aeoond floor, and Bedroom on third floor, to '.el. with at No. I Abingdon square, pear Rank street. N1CRLY FURNISHED BACK PARLOR TO LET, ? lib Hoard to a gentleman and wife, at $23 per tveek, elad'n" hre and gat. Inquire al 163 East ThIrty-lifth More caution than show. i T M WEST ELEVENTH STREFT. BETWEEN UNI. A yeralty plaro and Fifth avenue Rooms to lei is gem',*, ?a, without hoard, to a private tau.ily Uneieeptieuuble 4oreni.es given. YOl'NO MAN WISHER TO BR ACCOMMODATED with a Furo shad Bedroom and partial Hoard, n a ale femil', between Fourth and Tweo'lnh a-.reefa and nd and Bltih avenqea. Pleat.* address, with yarned. A /. , box 3,711 l'ost office. N-w York. GENTLEMAN AN-D WIFK WISH ROOMS AND Roard, wtt.t a pr'va'a 'entilr Adj-*n ela. n .; te'nia ! location, nox IIP Herald ofl.ee. References axshaatied. A PRIVATE FAMILV, OCCUPYING A FrP.ST CLASS house, con enient to Fffth Avenue lloici uan ftccnra Wtadate ?> g-niiemao and wife or one or two gentlemen who will he permanent with one or two pleasent Rooms and Board, nfih all home condone. References excnacged. App'v al 131 Waal Twenty-third ilret t. I HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUIT OF ROOMS TO 1 let, to centlemen, or gentleman and wtfc Apply at 1 Weet Fourth street. T 18 NlNTn STREET. BETWEEN FIFTH AND L Blith avenues, very hoe Rooma, suitable i or s tide Dtlemcii. on the fourth floor, can he ban. with lirat c ?.< ?rd. In French and German stylei. Tbe house la Gar* m. Refcn uce requred. k HANDSOME BU1T OF ROOMS, CONSISTING OF 1 three, to let, to gentlemen only, toj-th-r or a?D.ratelv, I $1 Clinton place l Kichth .troal). Cara and stages pass ic door. Pleaaantly located. NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TO LET? B? a widow ladv. where there are no boatuera to a rlein?n and wife, tingle gentlemen, or to rerpcctai- e giea Can lie teen at any tiuie. nutil let No A First ?t. room No. X. east aide of tht hall. Terms moderate PRIVATE FAMILY, NEAR BROAI>W,\Y and Madu a aquare, wl'l rent Ihefr Sen nd story Front a and Bedroom, furnished, to a a ngie gentleman. Ad i Quiet, Madiaon square Pout office. FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD, FOR MYSELF, wife and child (two months old), above Fourth atreet between Fourth and Seventh avenues. Terms mu-t he irate. Address staling location and price, Cre and gaa "ed, A. B. R., Ilaraid office. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE YVANT8 BOARD, together with a Front Room and Bedroom (furnished ?r wnfurnLhed), in a plaiu respectable family where there ?M bo other boarders, and Ins respectable neighborhood. AAdresa G. H., 26 Graud street, Br-okiyn E D T 48 WEBT TWELFTH STREET. BETWEEN FIFTH and Sixth avenues, a gent eman and wife or two slnrle en can ohta a oae large Front Room, furnlaned. and Servants and children not taken. est k SPLENDID SUIT OF ROOMS OR SINGLE A Pa P.T menu to let rurnlahed, to a reai-analble party willing i pay a good price, at No. 3 Charles atreet, uear Greeuwtch ran me. A LADY AND OBNTLRMAN CAN FIND TWO BOOMS, handsomely furnlaned In rosewood, on the second iionr, ?M Baard for tbe ladv; all Improvement' in the house and ??It two hoarders taken. neichborhooJ unexceptionable. Akp'7 at b? Rait Twenty-fifth street. PRIVATE FAMILY, RK8IDINO AT 360 WEST Twentv.second atreet. have one or two well furnished i to let, with Board, to parties giving first claaa refe TOCNO LADY OAF BE ACCOMMODATED WITH Board ta a private faintly by applying at 108 Lldrtdge Ml, second Poor, front room. LARGE BOOM ON SECOND FLOOR. ALSO A ?mall Room on third, to let. with Board; houao brown M. containing modern MMMME Beat references m snd required. Apply at 736 West Twenty-second at, between Sevanlb and Eighth avenues A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE CAN BE ACCOMMO dated with a Furnished Room on the second e<ior, WUh Beard, by applying at 113 Clinton place. Eighth street LARGE ROOM TO LET?ON THE SECOND FLOOR, al 1,237 Broadway. A FINK SUIT OP ROOMS. ALSO A SINGLE ROOM. neatly and newly furnished complete, with ga-, bath. Water cosets, Ac. A family of tbrei adults occupying a ?rv flrvt rlaaa house win let aa above to tw < or three gent:*, ?Ben. wtib or without Baard. 7S West Hetaiiteenlh street. Board-wanted, bt a soldier s widow, Ho-rd for her two son-, 7 and 3 years old; the country preferred *#' re there Is a go d sen# \- terms must be mod agate. Address Mrs. J. Beidei. Grasnpelnt, L. I. Board?a room, nicely furnished, to let. w th Beam, to a gentleman. Pnvat Umliv: house Ir-IHt < Dinner at six. Price $8 per week. Aft!dress 11. ? far;' box ?I8 Post office. BOALD -WANTED. THE FECOND FI.OOR OF A private house, with private table, by agent'ei n wife and ga -.ghter, In-ation between Tnent.cth and F -rty sec wad streets. Ad ireis, with terms, box S. 18 Post ollice. Deference* el banged. B OARD? A COUPLE OF GKNTLEMpN C\N PRO. en re il-ard in a private family on tnodaralr terma Ap> al Zlll W est Forty eighth sweet. Board-a private family, in ti^sity of T ,irtv -rend street and Lev nc on ave..uc will l?t, With lira; visas table, two hani'imely rurnl'h 1 Ho -m". ou wood 'mi' all tnortern Improvemeats. Part e? w nq to ay liberally can adlreaa S. Lewis station D. K hie Itouae. fOAKI) WANTLD?FROM JANU ? BY I TO JUNF, I A cmtwri an nnd wtf- desire a we' fornlibe ? .1 nit of ma with private table. In a wtaUf (flvm 'amtly, where there are no other hoarders; lbcftuou must b? un?? amuiiinab e. references riven and requ.rod. Addre1 ?. with Tall part culara, bo? 3,730 Post offioa. B OARD WANTBD-WTTH PARLOR AND 1HREB He-irootn' f r a faint y of three iadiea and two gentle* Uudout-ted referee v. Addrr ? Pox W7 Pt>*l ou.oe. -nOARD WANTED-Bt TWO SINGLK L * DIES. IN A JL> rasp-rtable bouse wbara the co afor'v of a bot'.e -an fee bad Reference-given, and terms reaaoaa^'- Localtun ?ear or be.ow Cooper Institute. Address A. a., lieratd r- wirt Whvr* tit$? # arm nm K m 4 t\Ti? J. OO T ?, ID ? pfi , | p B OARD WANTED-BY A OF.VTLF.MAN ANDW.PB, I wttb a good Ku'im, or Room and Hedruom, in a good ?alghborhimd not higher up town tba- T-ntn at'e- ;; no deiaf r comfortable, and reaaunab ? tn 'Ji- jae. Atldrusa, wtCh ;arilr.u.ars. J. 8., box 139 Hetaid o . e. 3OARD WANTR't-FOR THE MTVTE3; PARLOR and two Bedroom . neany famtaUed. v to p nia I* I ak city prit ate fainny ; centra. 1 cation. I 3.C02 I'udl o bee. kOARD WANTED?IN BRGOCLTF, FOE A YOUNG > lady. Muai l-e n>ar South frrrv a-iJ 1n a pT-vnte ?tnil P IMS ta givan god reqtdred. Ad lie's Y? Herald B Bars aru Wanted?tv brogxltm. bt t bivii.e i n an, artthin quar'-r of r' to r'a wr ; ,.nv ?a. larma mod-rate. Ad liwaa L O., uux I 7 B OARu wanted.?a to. mi kvv p.man and ?III. a gage pe- f P - |. .. fgneefs. WW priA'te ftre Wt.r it I Ire a t te < lu.tt' I oo and M a", roferca ? * ??. hi ' - I -t A i 'q,| rEinsris,.ifc^r,ssini,2 ""?t ^ a a. a. >x imj row ' am, n?w g ?a iy. h OA RD WABtRD -? PH". sic IN VI ? ' 'N an op. with a trout Room o ('nr. an I r I lid. Loeitioa be' wen T? ? j tu ?Irei-t*. and 7oarth and Kt th afu u a fngnah hot. ?? |ir?-, rred Aid rasa A. U. bat a,723 1 oJ IJOARD WANTRD? BT A GE.Ni'LE'". ' yf.FF, ifo I t-o .laugh!"-f. locUlou heiw On In. oar.' , , i y r, ?L'tn atr-at? *ad Fourth Bill Mr-Mil enoi.e . , .r oi ar<l two I.- roon" prlfata tablet - t re fere aces g.rao and ?V'l'Mie I. Addraaa VI ^ Aator IJouae ft. Y Board r r ttvo ladirs.-a rt'-.NiFT!i?r? or onfortl-hed Eoota. Wit'i Beard, brtwe- n F ,urt*?t U ann it |i ta-ire-'* aO'l lhlrd aad Slatu a eou?a;bpr1 v?i? tx. . r ireferrad; >MM piloualtR refatiuce.' riven ar i r* mi d Addraaa, Ukrc fc-'t Post olbre, J. A.. 13$ Rtai Tat.,i ate*''. BOkRIt IN BKOORLYN ?TO LET. IN A PLRAPART liii .an r -raotly t nra a' ed Front abd Raar 1'ar.or Bad Hi. rviwj Apply at 40 Woat Haltte atreet. Tj?)AED Ik. HK'iAl,,rAT.?TVI t) PI B i.NS MAY OB AA^tan a Kaom an 4 H-.xrd tu a an.all fimilv. "hero $?T lii'V?** *" ">ri M Broadway, above iRtKiKl.rg R" ABD-QENTLF.MKN OR PlIIUM ta" . aain a p.'v.aant f dit of R ta' no (lie sacottd ali.T.!*"''7 M l Oamtip ace, Brooklyn?a tlca$,\nt mi it of booms, on m#-<?nd , rw?r C ?n frllh Hin- d. Aru!) At 61 SUl? #ir?A4 .rlWffn Hr ,T (U ; M.f ? #\ * * w M t'Rl'N' II BOARD-Of UAC.d PARTIE? OF OBN. g t amea an be ? r .mnoiJ fad With W<-M I ani'ahcd ?o finsiAi'irti' a a n -uah Ubie; alar a PiNpn for a - " f* *' t T a a. J it. , . M 47 iTeal tiktra'I he|FP< a fjllh .J n ?tb g'suues. BOARU?? JUfO UOOSIVtk, fDURNlSHBD APARTMENTS TO LET?WITH PA*, r Mai or fall Board for single gentlemen, at MS Ifrao street Procaltn. DormiiUMtMi nftraawi nqtiml. V7 I'RKISHKD ROOMS-FOB GRNTLBMEN. ON I7 second and third Soon. Apply at IS Vw Fourth street, near Broadway. L BRNCH BOARD?NO. 10 UNION SOU A RR.-LA RGB r Pari.* and Bedroom, on Oral floor, with or wlthoot pri vate table. Alau Kootra References CNRAM-ERCT placb. bo. ss.-rooms for gentle T man, with Board. Dinner hour air. Barb*, Ac., an each floor. Aaaitof Parloro. haodaomaly furnished. bow recoct. Raferaacea ra nil red. HANDBOMK SUIT OP ROOMS AND A SINGLB Ro.tn to let, with Board, at 35 Clinton place, near PTtti areoue; house flrat alaaa. Dinner at 6. Reference required, Tn A RESPECTABLE PRIVATE FAMILY-FURNISH ed Apartments, with all the im-dern Iniproreioaau, la A deairable location. Addreaa boa 5 745 Poet office. IODG'NGS?A FOREIGNER W181IKS TO FIND A J wen Furnished Room, with or without iloara. In seen' tral local on In a oniet. email American ?r Rngli'h family, where tbe com forte of a home mar he enjoyed. Referaucea given. Addreee P. C.. boi 4,202 Poat office. Rooms to let, with hoard. ? a stmt of thwkh Rooms. on first feor. and two on aecnnd, to 'rt with Board at No. 24 West Thtriy-flrst street, between Fifth are nne and Broadway. Refereoeee given and required. TO LIT?FI' RNIRHE D ROOMS, AT 40 SIXTH AVE nue, enrnar of Fourth street. TO LKT-A SUPERIOR SUIT OF ROOMS, CONSIST, in* of par.or floor and bedrooms (twirnte entrancei, with Meaii at table d'hote or private table, at the Bancrolt House, corner of l.roadway and Twentieth street P. V. TBRABCE. Proprietor TO TKT - WTTH BOARD TO A PARTT Or THREE, two Room*. one Urgo "tie front and a hall room, in n first ela?* house and neighborhood. Inquire at 13 Weal Party-elsih straet. mo LET?WITH FIRST CLASS BOARD. IN A PRI 1 Tut* family, a handsomelv (urnlsh-d Parlor ami two or three large Bedrooms, house contains all cnnveolen"?a. Apply at 2"*l Wad Thtrlv-second street, between Eighth and Ninth aveauea References. TO LET?WITH BOARD. IN A PKIVATF. FAMILY, TO two young men. a ulcely Furntahed Room j house con ta'rts all the modern Improvements; terms moderate. Apply at No. 74 Rivington street. TO LF.T-TO A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. WITH Hoard for the winter. Second Floor. h?adaome1v fur alihed, in a private family up town. Find class house. ADAMS, 953 Broadway. TO I.F.T?FURNISHED, A LARGE FRONT ROOM, w.th oonvenlrnc-a of cat and bath. In a genteel neigh borhood, 42 West Eighteenth street, between Fifth aud Sixth uremics. TO UK LBT?A VERY ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Suit of Aneriments on parlor floor, in a private family, with cr without Board, with everv acconiinodat'nn Also on second floor a rerv handsomely Furnished Parlor and Bedroom. Location unsirrpa?sed. Apply at 12 Waverley place, tivo doors trom New York Hotel. TWO PLEASANT ROOMS. WITH BOARD MAY BB bad In a private family, at 74 West Forty-sixth street, throe doors from Sixth avenue Beat of reference* required. UNION SgUARE-A SUIT OK WF.Lf. FU I'.N I M I P.D Rooms, on fourth flour, to rent with Hoard, to a -en tleman and wife or single geutletnan, corner Fifteenth street and Broadway. "It/ ANTKD?TWO NTCE ROOMS. WITH OR WITH '? nut Bosrd. for three single gentlemen. Addres-, with terms and description of rooms, P K. Hail, slat.on O lA^ANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN", A SINGLE ROOM. *1 witli lire and gas, with or w 'hout board; Ineallon la the vie mi 1 ty of Union or Madison square. Address, stating terms Ac . E. 8.. box 703-l'os'. office. N. Y. WANTED-BY A YOCNO OKNTLEMAN. DOING bin-loess down town, a Room with or without Hoard, In a private fann y. Beat of references given and required. Address C W., box 211 Herald ofilre. TTTANTED?A FURNISHED ROOM, FOR A GENTLE H man and wite. In the vicinity of Fourth .and Eighth streets. Full or partial Bouru la required. Address Thomas. Herald office. I fANTED? BOARD FOR A CHILD FOUR YF\R8 ?i._ ? . . Al,(lrc?" Mr?- Newman, station A, as to inter view aod tor ui?. WANTED?WITH A PRIVATE FAMILY IN BROOK lynorNew York, two Furnished Room-, with Bwrd, hy a gentleman and w f? w do v fad' nod liltle girl four years old. Address -tallng location and terms for oach, II. N.. box 1.914 Poet oilice, N. Y. IV'ANTKD?BOARD AND ROOMS FOR OKNTLRM AV, "I wife and onrse, be'ween Kourteeath and Kifiiith streets. Address, stating isrtns and location, J. Jr., Herald office. WANTED?BT A YOUNG MaN. BOARD. WITn A sood Room, well furnished; novate family preferred; location between Twelfth and Thlriisih streets and Broad way and Sixth avenue, a permanent home desired. Address H.. box 997 N. Y. Posiofl.ce. Beet of relereocee given and requited. TVANTED-A COMFORTABLY FURNISHED PARLOR " aud Itedroem. le a private familv. where there are do other bounders, bv a ceutleman and wife, with private tat.ie for the lady; references exchanged; location hetw.cn Second and Mxth streets. Addrvse L. A., box 2il8 Herald office. WANTED?A FURNISHED ROOM, FOR MAN AND wife, in the vicinity of Ttnrt*-eev?nth street and Btgbth avenue. Addresa B. N. Andrews. 133 Henry street. Ill7ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. A WELL It Furnished Parlor sod Bedroom, w th first els-.*, prl. rate table; to. it >n must tie nneioeplionable. Addresa M. B.. box ]3l Herald office. <? 4 r/1 -BOARD AT.K50OR4ND STEEET? A GEN NU*X A/, tleman and hi' wife and three ?r four ruins mes can he acoom.uedated. Terms *4 So aud upwards per I we-k. 1 TO $121 PFR WBEK FOR BOARD AT THE I?U 'J poat House corner Laigbt and Hudson at recta. Also Rooms without bjard. Watchman all night. 9 GREAT JONFS STRKET.-AN ELEOANT SUIT OF Rooms to fat. with private table only. "IC BOND STREET- SMALL ROOMS. NICELY FUR .Id Dished, with first class Hoard References exchanged. 2?> WASHINGTON PLACE.-TO LET, WITH FIRST ? / cUas Hoard. on*- Ui: e bandwomoljr Kurinah'xl Parlor oh^ibflMrat door, and eeraral upper Room*, tor stngfe gen' m EIGHTEENTH BTRKET, NEAR THIRD AVE ?."'i* ~K w*!l fnrniahed. Gentlemen oniv Terms $3, fi an I $?. t?r week. For two leea. Full Board. I $5 basi T.v*-4!th street. 1?1 NINTH STREET. NEAR BROADWAY^ OPPO. 111. site Strvarfs?Connecting Rooms on first and second t oo; s. also Urge Room In attic, to let furnished. *lthl>oard. Rtfereace* exchange *. COUKTRY BOARD. COUNTRY BOARD.?A SMALL FAMILY CAN SPARE one or tw.) Roo ms, In a flrat ciaas house, containing all Improvement-; onlv t?irt five minutes from York access hour y; rvn minutes' walk from depot. Ad dress L. I., Herald offi"-. XFONKURB.?A FEW FAMILIES OR SINGLE ORN L l.cni'n I'tn iw nucomuioJat-id with first c'u s Board, trans, ni.r or for the w uter; rooms ..n .ccond fl or. house flee m.DJW. from depot T.-rm- moderate. Mrs. N. HASTINGS, GrlnneJt street. HOTILI. DEt.ANEAU HOUSE. 72 WEST FORTIETH STREET, fronting Reservoir Park. ?A large and romm.dlinii Snit of Koom>, mi est-,ud floor, elegantly luralshed. Table d'hote. 'RWRLL HOUSE. #41 BROADWAY -ON TUB EURO J pean plan; rooms. $4 to $o per week. Night porter in A HOUSES, ROOMS, SC.. T4I LF.T. BPI.RNDTD CORN KB STORE TO LET-AN EX. eti'ent stand for a br?t elee? grocerV App y on th? premises. on the northweet orner of RighUeth street and Third avenee. A RARE CHANCE.?TO LET. AN ELEOANT FTAND for a Bakery, in a fire*. > ,?s neighbor mod. atinstei on the Thi d avenue, For r..ette?|4rs Inquire Id Eight.eth street, lirst cottage west of .h:rd avenue. A SECOND Ft/OOP. or THRFt ROOMS TO LET, AT f\ f.l Mieeflker street, a few donrs east of Broada-ey, for bouaesr pmg or bus neaa. Inquire un the premises. YJROAP'NAT SHOWROOM AND DWELLING TO it let-No. 4"7. St. Nicholas ble k. FnsesaaMwi lmtne.|i a'efv. In complete repair, and adapted for any kind of hue i nam, Broadway rto^.e and dwelling to lrt-497, St Nicholas block: peseessioa immediat. ly , id cam pleie repair and a apted for aar kind of liuwaeva IjlDBMENKD HOUSE?AT FAIRFIKLO, OONNF.fTTt J" eti*. ' pel ??!" * eq. ne >r the de;.r.| tn rent mull V#y I. App'.' to BBNIIDICI A ? 'iir. No 4 Pine street, N. Y. I,"UR.vIF'lM) RO'iMS, WITH MODERN IMPROVE . I ments tn let. to pentlemee, without beard. '.'4 \t. st ' Seventeenth s'rest, lietweea Sixth and Seventh aven i?s. ' rpiIRjri HID RNOLIBH ItlWRNf ITOUEB to ! P l-t?"ilia 's f r n ?m iU geole il familv n .irL-i >1 I tnna'?nue It-i.t $11" per ? oa'h. to ll'h April, app > at I,'. Mast Twenty sevun U street, fr.uu I to ' ?' M lACENlSHBD uO*'SB TO LUT-aT SOUTH ORANGE, " N. J . one hOur from New York, with hore* and roe. etnaa App.y to JAML8 S HaNdFORU. No. a Bros way I/URWISHBD BOOMS TO LBT-AT gS4 RUDADWaY. a" nesr Union s .iiaio, for genUemeu, without board. Ro forettc ? eicnangcil. ti'l RNtSHPI' HOUBK TO RENT-ON WERT TWENTY, r fit h-t.eei funrstnr Kngi >h hnaemeist, In good or der and we I foroHiieil; $2flnp*r month. JAB. It. EDWARDS. 27/ VVcet Twenty-third atieet K'URNIHTTRD ROOM TO L? T-TO A OENTLFMAN, wltnoot ttosr I; ? Sack Hk hi oo the soeond flo .r a ? ? a Rn.im un lha third lloer. gas, bath, Ac. Apply at 74 Eaet Twenty second street (YNB ROOM ON THP. THIRD STORY AND ONF. (IN ' ' tourlh stor. mlv lie had In East Thirtieth sireet. pear FIDb ayenoe famllc private and isf renoes gtren and re quired Address G , hot fl 21c, Puel odlne OIL COMFARIBfl AND OTHERS -TO I.KT. A prUHT did suit of Frnot Dili re, on the flrat fleer of HO Cedar Street. Iwtveen the Post office and Broadway. ^?ISAVI lu.AP.K 111 LKT-WITII I, A It.; I', op. SMALL 0 rwims, well lighted and fitted with ess end s'eam pines. Inquire of nr a idressM. FIB MLB. 164 aa* M Weal Twenty seventh street f.pO LBT?A PLEASANT FURNIBHRD ROOM WIT7~ 1 onl hoard at I.hi Wast Forty third street, near Bros*, war. to gentlemen on r. mo 'J T-ON V F, ft V REAS'lN tfll.R TF.lt MM. A OO* I modleus and a egsiitiy r.>raish"J nodern built Rooss In the c tr of PfO?ldenoe, R I. Address hoi M4 New York* reM fro LET-TWO MOD RUN BUILT handsomely I Furnished II. usee, des.rsbly loesfed in Rreositn Hem ?.XX! end $2M) (>er month. A len furnl-h*J in 1 u nftirnis id 1 Ho se?. nn Ntslcn is.snd o?sr the .ending. Periods of A I JO URN BAY, Ma I Fw? tiredl. | ROCiRt, Room, SO., TO LIT. r LET?TO MAT I OR AUGUST 1. A HOURH. partly furnished, t? Twenty-ftr-t uml, between Sixth I and berenth ?rwiu?i. Address box 323 Tom odkea. mo LET?URFURNI8HED, A FRONT ROOM. WITH X ? Bedroom on the third floor. ? beck Room on the first floor and Kitchen, to e family vitboet children. Apply at 133 Weat Twenty third street. TO LBT-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY, A FRONT FAR lorand Bedroom, furnished, with privilege of cooking. Cell et 10 Genuine ?treet. r) LBT-UNTIL 1ST OF MaT. SECOND FLOOR OF brown alone house 283 Weat Fifty fourth afreet. Apply to GEO. M. TRACY, Agent, till William street. TO LET?A SM ALL TWO HTORt BRICK HOUSE. IT Twemy-foiirth afreet. Rent (bod Apply to M. 8. MY BRS. 47? Broadway. TO LRT?A MEDIUM SIZED, COST, FURNISHED Houae to e responsible party; threa storr and base ment; ell modern unprorementa; good, high, clean inralitT, convenient to ferries Poaaeaa on Immediately. Apply et coreer ol Clinton street end Fourth plane, Brooklyn. To rknt-a large house, with stable and elrht lota: rent A3 HI, Furniture for sale Aoply In highly sixth street, second bouse east of First avenue. TO RENT?TWO TIIRBB STORT HIGH STOOP BROWN ?tone fl-st class llou-ee, near Central Park. Sooond avenue, between Fifty eighth end Filter niulh streets Ap ply at premises of the owners. TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS ON THE second floor, for gentlemen only, without board, et 33 Bleecker street, eest of Broadway. ?I Kft TO $200 PUR MONTH?A SMALL, NBATLY ?PlA/vr Furnished Rouse In New York, for fi or 12 months, wanted Immediatelr, for select family of three adults sod servant*. Best reference given. Address R., box 2.983 Post office, for three days. HOUSES, ROOMS, afcC. WASTED. A MODERN MEDIUM SIZED UNFURNISHED HOUSE wanted Immediatelr. br a small, responsible rrivate family. Desire It located central. Tenth to Thirtieth (treats. Address Adam- A Co.. 953 Broadway. Furnished house wantbd-abovb eighth street; the Furniture will be purchased if required. Address box i.149 Post otllce. House wantrd-bt a family of two per sons: a small house in a good neighborhood, located between Third and Seventh avenues and Fourth and Fif tieth atm-ta: rent from $300 to $300 a year. Address J. P. V., box 331 Poet odlce. House wantrd?to rbnt or lease with im. mediate possession. A three story brick house, In New Yors or vicinity, by a family of six; no children. Ad drees. stating location, rant, Ac., J. L. D? Herald oflice. OFFICE WANTED?THE WfTOLB OR PART OF AN Office, In a central posltlofi, for the purpose of promo ting the Interest of a public company. Address Commerce, box 5,' 87 Post office, N. Y. WANTKD-BY A FAMILY, TWO OR THREE ROOMS, unfurnished, for housekeeping, below Twentv.sixth ?tree!; rent must be moderate: references exchanged. Ad* dress R. M. D., 37 Bedford street. WANTRD?PART OF A HOUSE, UNFURNISHED, for housekeeping: famliv four adults; below Flftlettt street. Address J. L, box 211 Herald office. WANTED?A SMALL UNFURNI8HHD HOUSE, IN New York or vicinity, or partof a house; mum bs In a good location: second door preferred, with modem im piovements and convenient to cars. Address, sitting terms, J. T C.. box 4.43U New York Poat office. References ex changed. WANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. A SRC onrt Floor, for housekeeping; three or four rooms. Rent moderate. Address for one week F. W. H.. Surrogate ? office. WANTED?BY THB PEITHOLOOIAN SOCIETY OF Columbia Co'leg". ?hn use on every Frldav evening, of a large Room - in-ab'e of sealing from liftr to one hundred persons: moat be In some central portion of the cur. up town. Ad rt-es. stating rent, Thomas C. Campbell, 112 Lex inttnn avenue, N. Y. WANTED?-BY TWO LADIES WHO WORK OUT, A furnished or unfnrn shed Room In which thev can hsvn a fire. In a ifUlet fam'ly. Address O. D , box 743 Post o'li ??. N. V.. . ta: ng location and terms, which must be mo derate. References exchanged. IV ANTED?A DESK OR DESK ROOM IN AN OP '? (Ice. In I'lne. Na-satt or Wall street, for use from 11 ti l 3. Address, with terms. Miner, Herald office. IVASTED?BY A SINGIJf YOUNG MAN. A FUR vr nlsbad it.mm. witlio it b.iar.!: would i refer a hall room, in a house with a bath and hot and cold water In the room: !? ration umr Rrosdwav, between Koii'th and Thlrtr fourth street-:. Address f witD terms |>er mouth in advance) J. F. M.. boy 1(12 Herald ert.ee WANTED?BY A 8MAI.L FAMILY OF ADULTS. A nice House, Furnished or unfurnished In a pleasant localitv, either In New Ynm. Brooklyn. Wllfiamahiirc or Jersev City. Address, wltb particulars, box 1,432 New York Poet office. WANTED?FROM NOW UNTIL FIRST OF MAY next sn Office, on or near Broad?av. second lloor, about 2u feet square, between the *Aetor Duuse and Frank lin street. Address box 2,142 Post office. WANTED-NRAT, SUNNY AND PLAINLY FUR. nished Apartments In a respectable neighborhood, with conveniences for housekeeping, for a gentleman wife, child l three roars of age) and nurse, or with Partial Board. Situation preferred where there are no ether hoerdera or loiters. Term- must be moderate. Address or rail on Ad vertiser. 117 Second avenue, corner ol Seventh street. WANTED-A RMtLL. NBATLT FURNISHED HOURR. In a desirable location. The heat of reference required and gfveo. Address Metropolitan Hotel, room 91. WANTED-FOR "HX MONTHS. FOR A SMALL FAMN iv, three unlurnisbed Rooms, at moderate rent. aear Jefferson market. Address Franklin. Herald office. "WANTED?OVE LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOM. OR T? one Room and Besroom, Immediately, up town. Rent must lie reasonable. Address H. R.. station G. WANTED TO LR I PR?FOR A TERM OF YEARS, A Pnilding sunnhle for manufacturing purposes, with or Without steam poo ?r. for Immediate uso. Address Excel sior, box l-VS Herald office. 1NSTR.UCTIOX* ACCOUNTS, PENMANSHIP. AC?INSTRUCTION x\ (private or otherwise) at Goldstar he Institute. 7htl Itroa'wav. Special inducements offered to those whs apply for scholarships this week. OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH. Principal. A COMPLETE. BUSINESS EDUCATION IR IM PA RT. ed si To WNShNLt'S Commercial Acsdemv, 2tit) ilow ery. below Houston street. Bookkeeping. Arithmetic. Al gebra. Hpelltn.;. Grammar. Writing. Ac., taugnt day and evening. Room- for ladles and private Instruct i n A GENTLEMAN WlNTS TOTAKK PRIVATK LRS sons n MM IMI sh Imguai-e. with some romceient person, wh native tongue is Spanish. Address, staling terms. E. M . box 2.737 Post office. Daily occupation wanted?by a lady of re ineuv nt and education, a graduate; Is s fast and plain writer, accurate copyist, quick at Bgnres. a poo l cor respondent end French tranalatnr. Highest references. Address Alpha, station F Post office. French andokkman languages, in classes. at S1" a quarter, and private h-ssons at the house f the pnoil. Call at sV2 Broadway, near Fourteeuth atreet. Mr. g. koniorbkrg has bngagbd tub best proics-ere t , give Instruction in Kim kkeepiog. Mathe matics Penmanship, the modern I engusgoa, and ail styles of painting, at 713 Broadway, Situations guaranteed to pupils. PRTYATR TUITION?A GRADUATE. OF HARVARD College, who has spent xereral vaars m an English University, would like one or more Private Pop is: highest references given. Ad trees Tutnr. box 216 Herald office. SPANISH, FRENCH AND MURIC LESSONS GIVEN bv so educated Spanish lady, at-ber bones, nr residences of her pupils; highest references. Address F. A., box 913 Post office. mo TF.AC 1 IER*.-JffVjTeBr?'t.Va^t ?al teacher near Fa cttv, PiadvC ^" 'f^^a'nd dewing" F^loh'ladvfor"^ Alf xrho ae"k pos'dtrms should have American School In. - toie'a apptleatlon^or^.BBBMBRnORN. 130 Grand atreeA WANTED-A FIRST CLASS LADT TEACHER FOR h . her P.ng'lsb. Franch sod musm. Onlv a lady ol re flncmen' and nt the highest rsspectsb.llly need apply Si 208 Fifth avenue, opp isila Madison square. Wantkd?nr a toung French lady, a Rirn*. linn as governe-s. to tesv h French In al I's branches, ?fiber in town or couotrr; best references 0raa. Address O L.. box 2.133 Post office. N. Y. HURICAU AMtONlFICfNT RDgH WOOD PIANOFORTE FOR sale urn property #f a family l?nv,eg the elly. AH roe fern lm] rv>rem?nta; ma le to order: cost $6'9 for $1MI, in- holme s-ool sn ! enter Parlor Furniture, Chamber and littdnr Boom Furniture. Paintings. Statuary. Inquire al 113 Wrest Twenty-third street, near Sixth avenue. A FAMIuT WANTING MONEY WILL SELL A MAG r\ nitleent large seven otn-? pisaefnrie for IW; ro't $4'K>; mannfaemred by old esi ihllshsd makaM; modern un pimreutriiia, App.y at 79 Kivlnglua str-?t. AFIRSTCLAN-iREVKN OOTAVB RO FWOOD PIANO, forte for sale at anrrlhc*. lor ousa; has ail toe mod ern lapitmanil, rich and powerful tone, Ac. Apt ly at 10 Allen seed AM lONI PTCRN1 LT CARVF.D BOSK WOOD PIARD. forte, of the largest acs e and amrdest design 'or svto Imme 1 s'.r'r; price AVim. Also a si 1< uild Parlor Organ, for $130. App'y at I2J , Kast Twentieth street A SPLENDID PT1 NO WILL BE SOLD FOR ALMOST hai' t? ooet; ha? l??en used only bve m mm*. Gall at No. 5 Charles street, a few doors from Greenwich sreooe. A LADY IIAVINO A NICR PIANOFORTE WILL dispose of it f ir nearly ba.f ral ie; original price $t.v>. Ri sewo-'d. overstrung hos<. Ii n frame, neartl new, oele brsted manufacturers. Call at 28 Thitd street. Bargain for cash-fxigb i$ni?nandsgmb msheg-inr Plsro'orte; modern Improvements. sweet and poweri ul tone menitfsrtired by T ill hort A C. Hea is.ii. Iti perfeot arder. MCDONALD A t!0.,.'iiff Bowery. Church ringers-wantbd, a soprano and Alt') for an Rpi??eiai ehareh np town. To good rolees, having sbtliiy in read plain moste a moderate salary wlu ba paid. A4 Iresa Cheat. Herald office. TJIANOPORTR -A VKRT SUPERIOR SECOND n 1 rosewoofl I'uno. fall seven Odtave, carved 1eg?, ai perfect order; will be sold at a bargain. Apply Broadway. Tub cflrrratrd pianos of j. a o. fisci the most reliable Piano, made, wholesale and reta moderate pricaa, al 346 Twsoiy.eighth street, near * avenue. llfANTBD IMMEDIATELY?A FIRST CLASS VV fliueplaver and s i rst c ava cornel | la^or; good a la riespsld to gno.1 p-riorssers apply to R. M. 1 loo,ay. Moa rte? r ley s Opera Ilouvo. Bruekiya. rUHMTURK. A MAGNIFICENT \RSoRTMENT OF HOUSEHOLD Furniture ior so'e, the prot ersy ?f a family iee.vlng lha en , Plsnnfnrte. rarior Furaitore Fslntlogs, Hlalusrr, H on/r ?, Chsmoer and Dlnini: Room Faralturn, si 113 West Twenty .bird street, pesrR ?lh s-etiue. \% ANiEt' TO PtlR'lllARE ?A 7 7'? K HKHONlT HAND rr im'<i pt?,n Beds <?ud Address c C U, bo* sll/,|l'rnd effivs FOR liUb Along bjtablished oyster mo dibiro P*k?on, with a (nod Iter, for sale. Ioquirt at M Row Ct'OMri sires t. la tea basement. A GOOD CH ARCS.?FOR VALE. A LIQUOR STORE, oraiiy (tiled up. Call for two ?mIi at 158 Bast For ty seventh street. A -FOR SALE, RESTAUR ARTS. HOTELS. BA . kri 'oa, L qnorSlo-es, Billiard Saloons, Meat Markets, Milk R"utaa. Also, a handsome Manufacturing JUteDlish ?aaot, d:>.iu; a good business. Ml TO II ELL'S Bualnaaa Agency. 77 Cedar at real. Drug store for sale cheap?in conps. quanoa of tha aickoaaa of the owoar. Apply at 117 are sua I). Dining and coffer saloon for balk?or a large Iboroti ;hfare oloeiv titled up, long ratablLbed, doing a large cash business: will be sold at a bargain. ISAAC A. BIGGS A SON, 77 Naaaaii ?treat. For sale-a meat and vbubtaulb market, doing a good buainraa; can be made one of the moat profitable markets In the cltv of New York Ratl-factory reus, ma given for helling. For information addroaa Market, box 1U7 Herald otbce ? FOR SALE-TWO SLIDE LATHF.S (LARGE); one ?team engine, ality horse power, with or without Boilers. Inquire at 45 Ann street. In the rear. w.m. Mckenzie. For SALE?ARKANSAS STONE, IN LARGE OR small quantities, at ISRAEL KaRJRON'A. importer of Watches, Jewelry and all kinds of Jeweller's Material'. 67 Nassau street. New York. For sale?a billiard saloon, with six mar ble t .|> Tables. Bar. Ac. or the Tables separately if required. Apply at 616 Broadway. I NOR SALS?A CORNER NEW BRICK OROOERT 1 Store; a good coan-a. for bnsln.'se. Abe three new Houses, with water and gas in them, and in one or the beat locations in Brooklyn. Apply to ROOT A BUSH, Eighth street, near Klftb avenue, Brooklyn. For balk?a well established bak.i-.rt, doing a profitable business. with Horse Wagon and ail tlio Fixtures Rent low. Inquire of B. H. CLARK A CO., 1S3 Went street. KtOR SALE-AR BNOTNK AND BOILER. IN GOOD I1 order, suitable for a small propeller, about 20 feel long. Price $223. Would trade for a larger Boiler. Apply at TO Greenwich street T7?OR BALK?FIVE SEWING MACHINES. OF POPI7. r lar makers. Apply to WATROU8 A BURKE, 46 Walker street For salr-the sloop heroine, registers is tons; mule, rigging, Ac., In good order. Apply tn U. D. POST A CO., oyster tost No. 17, foot of Spring street North rlrer, N. Y. l?OR SALE-A BAR AND OYoTEtl SALOON. STOCK P aod Fixtures Satisfactory reasons given for selling. Ioaulre at 67 James street. For sale?two pairs of stereoscopic came ran, for mil and instant view*; a'so Copying Camera. 8x10, all complete, together with about too elereoscoolo negatives, fratnes.1 dishes' Ac. Apply to O. 8., 237 Broad way, room No. 8. l?OR SALB-gTOCK AND FIXTURES OF A FANCT and Worsted Goods store. Apply at 1,386 Broadway 1UOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS LI7NCII COUNTER. IN P South street. Call for three clays at .17 Forsyth street. N. V., or in Franklin street, corner of Noble, OraeuiKilnt, or WM. A. STEPHENS. I TOR RALE?FOUR CYLINDRICAL BOILERS, SO 1 Inches diameter, 30 feet long. Itinnlre al Id Y.'ater street. Brooklyn. JAMBS MoFAKLaN, Jr. IjMREPROOF SAFE FOR 8ALE.-BIZB 24X21X30. P Price $75. Inquire at 40 Broadway, second f!o->r. CYENTLRMKN'8 FURNISHING STORE FOR SALE? T In a good location: stock about Sd.nOO; rtitson for sel ling, the present owner goiug In the country. For further particulars addreas H. B. C., box 100 llorald office. Grocery for salh-onk of the best stands lit Brooklyn, now doinc a busineaa of $75,000 a year. Address box 234 Brooklyn Post nlllce. TATHBS FOR SALE.-AN ENGINE LATRN, SWING J 20 Inches, 7 feet long, capable of cutting a fnen pitch; also, a small Slide Lathe. SO Grecue street, seoond door. back. CTBAM PUMPS FOR SALE, a, Two "No. 15 Andrews' " PUMPS, entirely new. Apply to O. W. COPELARD, 171 Broadway. STOVE FOR SALE?ONE OF BASE'S LARGE P.\ tent Stove*, suitable for a large boarding house or rca taur .nt. Ann-v at the St. Nicholas Hotel storeieoin. en trail, e on Mercer street. TO PHOTOGRAPHERS.?FOR SALE, A SPLENDID 4-4 Camera. This Is a first class instrument and will he sold cheap for want of use. Apply at 11 Chambers street, room No. I THKEB SECONDHAND 8AF8S FOR SALB-AT 35 percent leas than manufacturers' prions; one large Marvin Safe and two Herring's. Apply at New York Boiler Company's. 82 Matdan lane. TO LUMBERMEN OR MANUFACTURERS?FOR aale a new Sawmill Bnildlnz 56x75 lent, with build in :a teams and *11 the appurtenances coainiatc. with from one hundred to one thousand acres of Laud For particu lars applv ?t C. LUXTuN'S Land Offl e, corner of Warren street and FalUndo avenue. Hudson City. N. J. WILL PURCHASE ONE OF THE BERT BOOK ?tuLH/vf and Stationery Stares In theetly, which Isisln. ateu in a eeatral part <>f tha city. Good ran sons for veJ'lng out Fur further particulars address box 4,'jii Post offioe, New York city. MIST AND FOUND. CAUTION.?LORT OR STOLEN. TWO NOTES. RaOH drawn by a. B. Taylor. Sou A Co.. payable to their own order, at <>ne riave ? Igbt, and endor-ved by them dated Slav 21. 18 1 tor $ 10 nut) each. All persons a? hereby nottied and can'I >ned a alnst buying or negotiating the .ame, as pa>inept ha* bern stooped. N. PUTNAM Nxw York. Nov 16 l*?t. 155 Msld-n lane. I OST.?FIVE CERTIFICATES OF STOCK OF THE OIL J Cite Petroleum Comtianv. No- 3 l to 40 inclusive^ were dropped la Wall street er vlclnltr ve-t.er.lnv (Ner. 9i. Tba Under WiH bo rewarded by returning the same to C. C Pinckney. No. S Pine street. Tran-fer has been stop red. Tost?in jersey crrv. on runday evKNtxG. J Ootn'isr 50. s large black Newtonndland Dog. A libe ral reward will be paid on bis return tn n7 Wash)nglun street. Jersey CHy. TOST-ON MONDAY, TIIR 7Tn INST., BETWEEN J Washington square and the Christopher street ferry hous", a rmg of chased gold with three <?',) olamcuds. The Cnderwili !-e liberally rewarded'iton la.avlnclt al No. 3J Wnahiogton square, corner of Mscd- egal street LOST-V DIAMOND BREASTPIN: A STNGlE STONE. A liberal reward wl 1 be pa'd to tbo Under. J. W. CKIIAKD, 17 Ura : ere,-Park. TO T-'iN TUESDAY EVENING. IN THE VICINITY J ol the S n oflloe. so open fseed Gold Watch. w th gold dial, John Johnsuo. maker It being a roll of a nrceivwd Jsr-nt Its value will he given, and no questions asked, at ewelry Store. SO Bowery. T OST-AN ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF A LOT OF IJ Land on Thlrtv first street, in one of the esrs of the ft uh avenue Rnl'road. en the morning of the 9th nst A I beral reward will b? ;a d to the fli.der on his leaving It at room No 2, 44 Wall street. I OST-f?N TH U 8TIT. A SMALL BLACK" AND TAN IJ Log; very little hair on; answers to ibe name ?f Pr nca Whoever will return birn to 119 Waverley place will receive |2u reward. LD8T-ON WIIDNKSDAT 9TII INST.. EITHRR IN A heeond amine car or In Rlvlnglon street, near Allen, a Gold Watch marked K. T. The finder will be suitably re warded hy leaving It at All Second avenue. LOST.-WBNT ADRIFT. FROM C. WINANTS' SPAR yard Orrenpomt Nov 4, Two Sticks Dak Timber. The finder will be rewarded bv calling on the abort or at 563 Water stroet. N. T.. to Hams m A Weston. IOBT-OR WEDNESDAY, A SPOTTED COW. WITII J s em on Ihe rnrnp, and on Tups lay a red Steer, with tar on the right shoulder. Whoever will return them to Rdwsrd Bradley, 119 East Forty-seoond stroet, will be suit ably rewarded. LOST-OR TUESDAY. ROYEMBBR 8. IB GOING through East Broadway. Bowery to First staeet and Flratawnue. a t<ady't Gold Welch end Chain, with a l.ey attached The filler will be liberally rewarded upon leas ing it at 128 Eaat liroadway. It being a relic ef the dead. T OST OR M*N0ARRnrn-A LETTER DATED AND J J and mat'ed on October 7. IKVi, through the New York Post e't.ce, addressed "M. Cohn. Kalamazoo. Mleb.." and e-ntslning three notes, made hy M. Cohn, dated. Ar . as follows ? August 2f> 18*4. on three month', for SLAIN (IT. An nist 26. I SGI, on four months, for $1,317. August 2d, 1-4, on five months for $1,317. Payment of the*' nut's being atupprd, all prtons are cautioned against negotiating the same. RSWARDI. <W O REWARD -LOST. ON THE 9Tn INST.. A BROWN ?J) it and wnlte Pointer Dog, blind in on" eye. at the corner of Fourth 'tret and avenue D. The above reward will be paid at fit.' Fifth street. $3 UHWaRD.-LgHT. ON MONDAY LAST. THE 7TII In t . s Pocgett iiek. with a mslo's oer'll caleof coin, i petenry, psrahmeut d s. harge snd two wrltt?n references, j lie online to Mr WMlam K.aci. Whe'ver wul brlr g ti.e I saui> Uj 82 (Iberry street will rtcelve tbe shore reward ? RI'.W APD ?I.DST. YRNTRRDAT <*TFI INST ), I from 15 l.iTingston plaen. shove Sitteenfi "treet, h'. 'II First I.ad Nuveutb sveuuex. s Black an I Tau Terrier lorg errs snd tall. German silver collar, and gray spot meslKMldar. djrr RRWARD-8TRATF.D FROM 827 BOWERT. NOT. i. a Gray Mare with harries, on. Any p?rton return ing her wi I rece.ve tbe shove reward. ? JON N. OUAVI E <J? ,"f RKIT.MID?WIL7. BP. PAID TO ANY PEPS'iR iPr) who will return >.n Account Hook, marked Plummer k Butcher (which was lost on or ahunt tha 3d InxL), to 50 York street. Hi inkiv n. AfT REWARD -WiST. ON THURSDAY, I0T1I OF ?J>?J November, in ah Amity street stage, or at the orner iI BflUa aveassand smuy Street, a ??olit Uiia a, Will a smell ciasn. Am n0? brlo in t the same to 12U Maodongai street will receive the above reward. AT f\ REWARD -LOST, A SMALL BLACK AND TaR ijl 1 "" Dig. Aut'Srs to the name of Jell. Any "ne re turning the eame to 230 West Twenty-second street. WUI re ceive the above reward and thaokn AT/V RBWARD WTI.l, BR PAID, AND NO OURS $1" tines sak' l on the return to No C Fast Twentr. tnird street ef a White Poodle Dog, missing sines Thursday last. - A4/k REWARD. LORT FROM THB FOURTH AYE vj'ro nnaear* aCanwtllag. containing varleun art love for a juwe ler's a'cre. The above reward will be paid hy leaving it with Bsnsa k Hal ey, 22 Bowery. RWWARI>.?LOST ON WHDRKHDAT MORR JivJVr log. In Tnird avenue beiween Twenty fifth and Fonie'h sti ei-ts, or in l erlle-.n street, between Heeoittl and Third aven"e?. v F eketbuO<, aontalnlar $Hhl In hi s. The flnder, hy remrt.lng the seme to James T"ller. si 16.iey||u Bast Twenty bfth sirevt, win reohtvo the shove rows d. JO.IN ft. TIAHNRS. frfk REWARD ?LO IT. ON W ? RADaT EVKNl TO. >)"J 'uh nsi. in'e ving e ?u?rth even is e ar. rornef of "e n I s'r.? ? eeiplenis" * ?> bll'slr ? I ?tr Wati'h I maker I II in ? u Ion ? , i; 4 5 'Thoover will r< inrii ibs s I ." i- 'v ?et 'ud AWutih wt.i ryv re the above reward. MILITARY AMD SAYAL. A ?T BRAWCn OP TBI SERVICE.?CHOICE OP REOIMBNT.?Wasted. F1PTY ONB YKaR VOLUN TEERS, BOUNTY TAIL). CASH IB HAND tSUO; alao TWENTY OMB YBAB SUBSTITUTES, far wheat $408 BOUNTY, CASH IN BAND, will l? paid. by tmmadiaio amilleallon to Iba NATIONAL MILITARY CLAIM . AORBOY AND UNITED STATES RECRUITING ABM-1 DRZVOUS, Ia 81 WMta street. near Broadway. BUCJUMaflAM A CO.. Propria ton. APE If FIRST CLASS MEN WILL BB TAKEN FOB the marine corps; bounty $600; larra of ser"doe four year*. Applr at tba o>d Government Recruiting Baudot* voua, A3 Fulton street, Bi ooklyo. C1RNTRAL UNION RECRUITING AND SUBSTITUTE J Office. No. 9 Blrnokar street, a few doora irara the Bowery, New Tnrk City. This old aod well established ?dies will aupply alien and veteran substitute*, in advance of a draft, at the moat reasonable rates. Having several veteran soldiers on hand who are desirous of returning to tba armv as substitutes we would bespeak for them pood priu tipela. who may desire to be well represented Inihrariny bv reliable men Instead of hv bounty )urnierg. Any communt oathm to ue. either personally, by letter, or telegraph, sv111 receive lmmodlete attention Etempiion paper* properly aecered without inconvenience to the principal. Please cell on. or address MOStJhlt A CO . as above. First new youk volunteer engineers ? This Is the highest nod best arm of the service, with no picket duty, long marehiug or fighting to do. All ponu men wish n.* to join this magmQoent corps can now have the opportunity. . Bounty $<>00. Apple to J. WaRREN KLINN, Recruiting Officer, 2tdi Broadway. In tne baaeineat. (YENTLKMEN WHO AnB DESIROUS OF AVAILING T themselves of the provi lon In the oonsupptuu is?r which allows them to furnish a anbetltute In advance of a draft, and thereby are evempted front It ability to miliary duty, are rnune-lnd to r< glster tite r names and be Immedi ately supplied with substitutes at the office of the Merchants' Uankrre', and General Substitute Recruiting Association, 42S Broadway, N. Y. CIENTLKMKN WISHING TO PROCURE 8UR8TI T tutus of an experienced and reliable party, who will ?wait upon them nt their places of business, may address Substitute Agcin. New York I'eat office. nOMB DUTY. HOME DUTY?ONLY IT O N K ST* faithful men wanted for this pleasant *arvlee. Koun ty satisfactory. Fo- particulars inquire at lio. II Beekinsn street?Exchange ofllce. Headquarters, costpany a, ninety third rechuent New York Stain National Guard. Nov. 11. 1834.?The member# of iht* company will assemb e at the Armory this (Fridays at 8 o'clock A. M.. with their equip ments. to be muttered out of service. Hv order of CHAN. A. QUINN, First Lieut, oummandtng Co. A. Jon.* O. Hbikn, Orderly Sergeant. I WOULD LIKE VERY MUCH TO PROCURE A SUB stit'ite tli m day, to whom n liberal bounty wul be paid. Particulars given at 212 Broadway, room lb. LM.W?oVtW ?astrsssssjk *?*? Principals who may want substitutes, in anticipation of another draft, can be supplied at one of the most resp -ctable officer in the cttv. 111 Nassau street. Substitutes wanted.?wanted, five spbsti. tutes; the highest cash price will be paid. Ciotceof regiment. Apply at Newark street, corner of Washington. Hoboten, N. J. THE ONLY BOUNTIES AUTHORIZED TO BR PAID bv Ktugsand New York counties and by General Gov. ernmrni ?Men lor the Army, 1 year. $.'o:i; 2 years, 8-ttsl; 3 rears, $6 0. Fur tire Nary. 2 rears, $l<0; 3 tear*. St'.llO. For ti e Marine corps. 4 yeara. $i>tNl. Men are not taken i?r the navy for leas than two veara. nor for the Marine corns for le*a than fonr years. Apply at the old Government Re cruiting Rendezvous, 45 Kultun street, Brooklyn. yOLUNTKKRfl AND SUBSTITUTES WANTED.?HIGH* est liounte* paid. cash down. Relief tickets for faini lies. Liberal premiums paid to agents and runners. Apply at the office of the Merchants', Bsnsars' nod General Volun t teer and Substitute Recruiting Association, 42b iimadwav. New York. WAN1ED-A FEW GOOD MEN. FOR THE ARMY. AS volunteer substitutes, iriche iti8i.es of bounte p.pd cash down. Call, and natlsfy yourselves, at WILLIAMS A CO., 55 Liberty street, room !>. WANTED?AT 212 BROADWAY, ROOM NO. 5, TEN three year substitutes. The highest bounties will l>e paid for the same by Captain CARTER A CO. 5 8UB8TITUTER WANTED THI8 DAT. $425 CASH right down Apply at the Army and Nary Claim ou ce, 63 Fulton street. ! $300 CA8H FOR ONE TEAR MEN.?RUBSTl. tutes wanted Immediately. Apply this day at 247 Broadway, room 25. N. B ?Cash paid id baud. CASH DOWN FOR ORE YEAR SUBSTITUTES. bes<des Government Bounty and pay. ray street. This Is no humbug $400 C~ASP "OU^TY AND ADVANCE TO THREE . _ - Seamen, four Ordinary Seamen and six Fire, m-n and Mechanics for a United States vessel. Aprly to THOMAS NEWTON, 6 Wall street, first story, rear office. stoo WILL BE PAID THIS DAY FOR FOUR TWO year nsvv substitute papers. Applr to THOMAS NEWTON, No. 6 Wall street, 1st story, rear office. $500 CASH noWN* WILL RH PAID AN ALIEN or veteran, to go as substitute for three years. Apply at or address tne Clothing store, 132 Eighth avenue. CfkCk MEN WANTED IMMRDlATRLY?FOR HEAVY ? JIM/ nrti lerv, ravnlrv and garrison duty; bounty for t. no years $6 ai ust In hand $41u, and $50 cash to the re cruit sir ilie person who presents him. Substitute* wanted for three year*, and paid $ .30 <vi?!i in hand soon as prised. Business done j romollv and without dolsv or tnteifere-ice Irem bros-rs or runners FOURTH DISTRICT VllLUN TKi R COM MITfEE. Bridgeport. Cenn. Fare $1 50-lwo hours' ride dt/tftn BOUNTY.?WANTED. FOR THR UNITE JJlOUU Flutes Nsvy, Feumen, Ordinary Seamen 'si Firemen Apply to Drlsc-dl's shipping oitice, corner of Vol ?ueet and Hudson avenue. Brooklyn, near tba Navy Yurd. Cftnn ""'?OM* SERVICE ?A FhW GOOD MEN wanted for provost fluty. Only hones;, faithful men accepted they having to guard others instead of hcirig guarded. Apply at No J Broadway, front odice, second floor. $(>00 CA?HI DOWN FOR THREE TEARS' SUB. slltiiir*. $4tAi ra*h down lor one ynera' sub II tuies;a;sn, the h giicst bounties ior volunteers. Apply si onus to Dr. ANDERSON, 31 Kidr.dge street. $(500 FOR ARMY, $',75 FOR NAVY, $*!? FOR IN. cor s. Ruhstdute* wnnted lor tko Marine coil a. apply at 119 .Nassau street, room 111 $?00 -DF.M>yL'ARTERd. TDTKTRRNTH NEW York Cavalry.?Mm wanted for tb;a orsrlt regiment, now in the dei'enaes of Washington. Men can receive the above amount hy join.ug this veteran regiment. All officers promoieil from the rsnsa. Adi 1* to O-u tsm JOHN L CI.KAKY, Menor Houae, corner of Mercer and Broome streets. New York city. CASn IN HAND AND $1(1(1 HAND MONEY.? kiP'J I *J W anted, three meu. this day, at th? old, number. 8:lu Hudson street. Captain JONES. $090. ?FJKTY^ SUBSTITUTES AND VOt.UNTREKR >edlataly lor cash. Call unite n-nlt the Colonel for full parUcu ars, at the U. 8. Claim Office, 48 Fulton street. Room No. 1. FOR VOLUNT-KRF, AND CHOICE OK REG I; ments; $525 eitih down and no deduction. eel' at 198 Spring street, uasoiuenL 5nnn VOLUNTEERS WANTED?FOR ONE TWO ?WUIF an 1 three years. Jiyu buuntv. choice of regl. tnentaud relief to families. Apply at the U.K. Volunteer Agsucy, 5.12 Hismlsay NAVAL. PRIZE HOffFI, AC, All prize money now FAY ABLE CAN BR OBTAINED AT ONCE BY APPLYING IN PERSON, OK BY LETTER. TO WALDEN. WILLAKD A M. ILVAINE, LATE U B. NAVY. IW YORK ST.. BROOKLYN, and 17 BROAD 8T? N. T. BOl'NrihS. HACK PAY and all other itahni ADJUSTED WITHOUT DPLAY. HOY I?U 8 NAVY PR1ZP, MONEY OFFICF., NEW __ list IS D W a It D BISHELL 271 Broadway, cornel Cbminliera street. New York. A A LL PRIZE MONEY NOW PAYABLH PAID BY J. C. DICKl T A CO., Government Claim Agents. 112 Broadway. New \ ork. u Nlt*? 8VkI? "BF-y?"^;HSAlTrVUEFt. PBRSOIAU ADRIAPRR TO B. K A.?POLICT ACCEPTED BY Equitable. Uoea oni lo Tenia on the 1Mb. TSrORMATlOW WA*TRD-OF MTCKBT I1A8HLOT, 1 .Tndy Maehlot and Katy (llnlark, mulatto children. ?ged reapertroly Id. 15 end 17 r*?r-, wbo coin* from lleoi'ial, o'f llarrla Neck <le >rgla. Wat heard Trim were in N?ir Jer sey. Aai to formation aonaernlita thain will be thnrikfnllr re<-e:*e.i by their imr e, Adam Thoniaa, United Statu* iron dud Lahi .b. Port Royal, 8 C. "INFORMATION WANTED?OP OEOROP, W. POSTSR, J. a hnv II reara af age. who le'l hi home MramHor T, and **? not bera heard from bi hi* ra-en* since that time. An* lafnrtnailoa of hl? Whereabout* will Do thvnk'ui v re eelred by bla parent*, at 32 Month hocond atruet, <Vi.ii.ma buig, or boat bo 8, fo ,t of Bruon.a atreot. VII. FOMrva IF ISAAC BTLRR. BLACKSMITH. FORMERLY OF Win'lieiier. V*. r.r hi* heir* <*111 oo nmualcate wttn , JOA P. Wuharr.e-Middlet.'Wn, Uaiuhln rnuoty, Pa., ho whi | bear of soinetUlitggnaMt u< bio aUaota.*. R. ANDREAS RCnOLTZ, OF IIAMBCUO. WILL fllid And. ha* .merer at 87 (lorilen alt or I, Hohoken M MIBSINO-tlNCR NOVKMH3R 4, I'M. MICMAFL h It Ion t>7 te ir* of ace, na.1 on a black unit oi clothea, wbllO ah'rl, blaci tie and .taronblg erat, and club Any lnf?t mith.n will b,i tbaakfully received at IIS Meadow alroo'. Ilobokan. N. J. AUT> ? WK | WILL ILBAVR FOR BOSTON, TRN o ohxtk tram, Friday. Aro nil w?IL Aa aver. EDITH. M NOTICR.?trf undrrbionrd will us ouatr f'.l io any <if thoan who wltnraeed the m?n being r<n nyor by the Neiuind Avcnnn Katlrovd car. at half-peat all f. M. of the 6th Inat, corner of Last Uroodwar and OH?*r atreet. CoU In tho nnwapaper -tore 121 Oilmen street. JOHN NGHI.8HNKB. PBDRO BALYA. OF BOflOTA, WILL PI,BASH CALL for elver* *t R. A Co ?*. 17? Pearl street. Robert hbiohtnotow bnaith.?if rohert HeighIngtnn Haallb. formerly of tbe dtr of Boat D. mnrlnor, wb<i left hi* h<?no In tho loiter end of tbe tear UWS to |.*nceed ?r> o my aire In tbe Kaat lodlo* and ( hino, will rommiiBloato wllh bla brother and al??r a* under, he will bear "f eometblOf rmAUy to hi* advantage. An* per* aoo who I* able ingim Infnrmai'on aa to the ? bereahouto of the *ald Ilolwrl Heiahington Mnalth. or If dead the data andpla erf h e dealt., will greatly oblige Ohar'ea lllghr ?oolth. Wt Billot otrooh Rlliabeia Oraoe Baker. AS Porter atreet. Una loo. OAMR PLAOB. HALF PAST TI1RRR, FRIDAY. MKUAKB AND TOBACCO. ion nnnnrD an? ?>****%. and hrep sk .1 vl/.d MM ' .*??*, at lee? lh*n pro-nt rn.i In n aniifao. tu.e, at 1*0 Few Vo.lt i-m.,r Mmiiifaetni Ing Onmpaoj. 41. CUhKKB. Agaut. 711 Moray atreot. mmicuL. " J A LL CLAIMS ^L5ur5KSTv irAt^witeB^^aa TaWH, it ?m< *?**$. ??1 ??? DEPARTMENT ON FINARCE. MP E E A. U Receiver of TaxeA ? Chambers Nodes i* hereby given NvmI uoo per mm wi" ? lh? 1st da? of December 01 all tun ^ , aadttleaal one par cent will be addeM oo ihelStB s* I BsMb of Dannbtr. And oa *U lasae rvmstytlkf mI on lb* 1st day of January, latere*! at tbt rata w ??" sent por Annum, oalvutaled from the day the m calved br iha Receiver of TaxaA OI?o* beer* f???l A. ? to 2 P. M. JOHN MU*rHt. ??kal?M?. MovbmdbbS, 1864. __ DIVIDEND?THH OOULD AND CURE! I1LTK1 Mining Company or Baa Franciaeo baa aeularedj dividend of (lfty dollars per fnot In gold, payable th*ou? the Nana of Conforms, on alack registered for dlvlkaail* 1 New York, leas exrhsuge. By LKKri \ WALLER, offices S3 Plna streak Nnw Toe*. Nor. t, l-?t. py ERMBT1CAL BARREL COMPANT. A limited porttau of the stock remaining unsold of IAa UEKMSTICAL BARREL OOMPANT. organized uudsr th* general statute of the Stats of Wea York, for the preparation of barrels ana otbar packasea fi THE KOBBIN8 PATENT, can be obtained by app'rini to A. A. TaYLOU, Actuary of tha Company, No. 16.1 Broadway, from whom license* and any Information on tho subject cao be obtained. VTATIONAL WHITE LEAD COMPANY.?CAPITA!^ is S'ASI.isai; par value of share* 620; subscription rsxa^ $15: annual profit of 3D per rent demonetrable. Manufao* tory erected; cmnmenrlni; operations on a novel proceam aupnrlor to all 01 era In purity of production, point of tins# and expense. 1.30U shares will be disposed of atsnbscriad lion rates it no.v applied for at the law oillee of BICE 3 SWIFT, Counsel fur the Company, 20o Broadway. oKtx w. benjamin. President. Cutvrotv Rica, Secreury. ' ORDNANCE AND NATT AORNT8' VOUCHERS PUB chased or collected by WALLEN, W1LLARD A Mo> ILVA1NE, 17 Broad sticet. New York. OFFICE OF THE LANCASTER LEAD OOMPANT. ^ 1*1 no street. New York, Nov. 10, 1864?An adjourns? meeting of the stockholders of this company will be held em Saturday, the 12ih in t., at 2 P. M. A report will be madf bv tne Mining Engineer, setting forth the prospeote ana conditions of the com nan v. and other matters of ImportamsQ to their lnlereats will come he'nre them. JOHN B. SIBLEY. Secretary.^ PETROLEUM OIJ. STOCKS. ALBERT II. N1COLAT, STOCK BttuKEK AND AUCTIONEER, No. .12 William street. Begs leave to Inform his numerous friend* and the publt# that he is a member of tho '?PETROLEUM STOCK EXCIIANOB HOARD " and-'Ives his special attention to tbo buying and tolling 0# Oil Blocks in first c ass com: an es on commission. Com pa nies tbst wi-h to have their stocks placed upon tne call IlsM of the Board can do so free of charge and obtain the Decent sarr pa; cr-. Parties who are desirous of forming new tonto natile*, of choice oil projierty only, will llnd extensive fael lipcs fordoing so on application as above. ALL THE LEA LIN ? PETROLEUM OIL STOCKS Til A* ARE PAYING REGULAR MONTHLY DIVID&KDM are for sal# at ? VICOLAY'S STOCK SALESROOMS: ^ No, 52 Wllharo street. Flrstclase oil stocks only solicited. )ETROLEUM OIL STOCKS, IN FIRST CI,ASH COMPANIES. FOR SALE. By ALBERT H. NICOLaY. No. 62 Wliltara stree?._ P BTROLKUM OIL LANDS -SEVERAL TRACTS ON _a Oil cie-k and Alleghany river; souio uroduelig Pro perty selected lor companion OfBuc. CaNFIBLD. SNBDBw KER A CO.. First National Bank bnlbl ne. riiuiwl le. Pa.? end at TRKMBLSV, PHELPS A CO.'a "4 Maiden lM*s New Yoik. f "RECIPROCITY MINING COMPANT it OF CANADA EAST. TRt'STgKS. Ex Gov. JAMES POLLOCK, Philadelphia. WM. G. MOORIIK.AD, Philadelphia. CIIAS B. WRIGHT of Philadelphia HkNkY RHKLDON of New York. W.M. B. HATCH, of New York. T. H. HUNTING or New York. L K. CHl'rri7NI>i!V of New York.. President? U S CHITTENDEN. Bankers? FISK A HATCH. Ocneral Superintendent? ARTHUR RANKIN, M.T Secretary?.'OHN M. HOOD. CAPIIAL STOCK 100 000 SHARKS. PAR $Au: SUUSCRIPTION PRICE $60. RRSKKVKli FOR TREASURY I'i.llOo SHaRMM. THI8 COMPANY IS FORMED FOR THE PURP08B OW PUR. H ABING. WORKING SELLING AND _i LKASINO mining lands AND rights in tbM BRITISH PROVINC7BS AN<D NEIGH BORING LOCALITIES Tba present property r>f the oompany consists of 14; .acres of. go Id bearing ands (with nearly seventy m Has river from age). In Cana la East. There hands were selec by Artuur Ksuk n, lis'i., for the laet tvve'vo i ears mem of the Provlnoial Parliament of Canada The* uadoe edlv comprise the greater part of the moot valuable fields of Canada. Kverv lot sf this "and ha* been ascertained by actual lad spe, lion to he rich n gol! end other veins Die deposits. At the oilo-e of the aompauy, 71 Hroadway. copies of Ibdt Prosiwctus and Maps of the property may be ootainaA* Specimens (aboet tuO ounces) ef gold irom the londa of tig company mm a.an ra s en at the ollae. Hooks are now ouen at the o lice of FISK A HATCBL No. :t? Wan strret. and at the offic* or the company. Barlg subscriptions are Invited. L. B. CHITTENDEN, President OPECIAL NOTTCR TO NPW STOCK < OMPANIRS.? O I'lis adrertwr. kuvlog had considerable eipevtenee. lai the matter of opening t ?* hooee of new stock ooraponti will nriderteke.te furnish complete sets of BookA make the first entries ant In truct secretaries, tressur -ra, Ae., tke best method of i:r?p'Og 'losk edger. trspa er areoa A.so that thev muv afterwards be kvl t>v anv ordlt accountant. Adikess N. S. C. B.. boi 1200 New York f office. fJIHB PRESIDENT PETROLEUM COMPANT, PRESIDENT, VLNANGt* COUNTY, PENN. Capital stock $6,000,18%, In shsies of $9 each, par value. Subscription price $1 per sbarm Being In fu I pawnent for a $5 share No further eel! a# aasvwmenl to Ire made. KO.OOO abarea reserved tor working capital. These lands contain about MOO acres on the Allegheny river, and on Hemlock. Porcupine and McCraa creek* f making aa oil boring territory of over ten and a half mllafl in extent. The wells on the adjoining property, known as the "Celms bra ted Ilen.'rlrtc' wells and "Pithole creek" wells, are W mobs tor their Immense supply of oil The wells on ..this property are being sunk with gre*ti vigor. *rd promise large -applies of oil. To the capitalist* and to parties of limited mesne unsure, passed inducement* are'ofTered. Nnhsrr'ptlon bonks, rasps sad all other Information calk be obtained at the office of U H. SIMPSON A CO., 64 Cedar street. New York. Tur woods and wrightoil crker COMPANY ?> i ictphi r Dividend. ?I he trustees of ibis company bar*; tip* ilav declared a dividend of two i?er cent oi me canltak stock f >r the inoeth of t>ctu?>er. payable at the office of Ike ceini?ny. No. i.ti South *:ie*t, on and After the 15th Inst. JOSEPH S. BURGESS. Treasurer. N rw Yoik, Nov 9. 1SCI. WANTED?ON BOND AND MORTGAGE $.111,000 FOR I've vesrA For particulars apply at 17 Hpruco aires* basement. O/jni DIVIDEND-OFFICE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM* eallshlp Coinpsiiv. Ne? Ynr'-r. Nov. 7. |S<M ?Notice Is ber^ by rlv-n that tne Hoard of Dire ore havo this day declare*? dm lend of live (A| per ueut lull <>i ihe Det . arning* of tl? last tliiec months, i sysk'o st the 'fit * ot the compaav, rrm Naitirdav. ton l.<i ini'.st 'UK, M. 1 he transfer book? will be reopened no Tuesday, the loth luet. By erder of liiv Board of Director-. THRODORH T. JOHNSON, Secretary. A A PIR CENT PRGFII, PATABI.B MONTHLY ? tu Bound moneyed part es d*a,r1ng lu invest In a re liable coal eompany, ivlth three iit'.nea In operation, ar? lot lied to call at our law oihoc and eyamne mapA titles, enntra ts and sp..clhi*us. No brokers, agents or middi? men need appiv. Klt'E A SWIFT, Counsel, 200 Broadway. fljonn (Win TO *?OaN-AT SIX PER CBNT. OW ?TvJ'/I"." t\fl I Naw York o.ty propertv. Apply lo JOSEPH MASON. No. ,'>s Pine -t<vei, rooms 10 and II. DENTIkTHT. * SET OF TFRTJI MADE IV TIIBRK HOURS?EN xV tirs se.tisfai't on or .o j piy, at-f.' 'txih n . enue Partie? naeding teeth st short notice will p'.cs'S teat us as no ad vance is required. Ntttoiia ovldo giagiv.-u vnd tseth ex tracted daily without psin, and tree or charge where otner? are to bo inserted. L.ght sou dura o <??"? ul tei th aa loir as $tt); aiso fine gold au I P I'lns d'ii aery cheap. A larg? assortment of Teeth always nil head atid C?-tti?ss done In W business mannc. One prt s lo ever^ body. No adrnno? tahen. Plumpers, to bold mi' the meets, and also Khar? Fronts, tbst do not held out Die I'p too f-r, are made here No. 269 Sixth aveiDie. between l iftvenlli and Slvteenth sts (YOLTON DENTAL AM ICIATION ? A CB1TIFI0ATI ) that we nan c - pain with the nurons oxide in the ex-, traetion of Teeth lias bean cgufd pv ever tliir eeu hnodresb patients. Call au 1 ??;iui ne t;. utilr e lv Cooper liiatiiulA Dm WHITE'S NKW AND ">t p'jGYliD M'riFICIAU Teeth?Wlii e *e i ?f>. $ f and $16?.ruperior in beauty, durah lliy fiPd -- tier- lo all uiiierA All worM at half I e pri -s ehsrgej by olhor denliaiA 200 Weak loiirth street, ue ir Gio . o. 1/1 7i\ CBRTlFTr,ATr,S. - >1 ATING HAD TWO I ? X I U teeth cxtj'ie'.e'i w ithout pain by Dr VILLUS?, 1M Grand strret, 1 uhepifully ri pi n te those *af? taring soothaehe. CstiisH. v Ntranv. Smith street, Williamsburg. AS-TI4U . t.*4 \ . ^ An MAURICE. TUR REAL AMTROLOGER?POIHTT ? em your cm ibi -s and wt rn? vou if all future dsareg in travelllog oy ? -s er irid, uanse* *pee ly marriage*, end teds the verv dev voii wll insi'v. and r lio-s n hkenese or coniuleiion of ye ,r tatmidej. Good lueg. weal tit, health and long lift t? al, vie eon ? ilt h m. I.e re'., ?t# astonish log seoreta, and ted Cm e- n of TO r whole lite - end $k i?%ii klM New Yoik i r ? ? <i>. Call at l2t>JBieeckae etrost, near Wouster. Lati.es M,, g*atletoen $1. AFORTt'NR FOR ALI, WHO C( NKULT MIHS WEL LINGTON. the only lady who gives true information, or who ha* the pirn- man no t Arab *u tallsmana for lovo, gm-d lock, ending hl'-l-:, tie uure*. re*..timing drunken o* iinfaltbful husband , In uulng suevs. In all htislnaas aP fatra, and are gusrauieed tot life. ll>l Stub evenna ASTONISHING?MADAM* MORRdW. NRTRNTJ* daughter. IA4 Ludlow stieet, naar Uoiiston. Ueutle men net admitted. rYLAlnTOTANT.-NO nUMR' G. IF YOU WISH TITK. \J truth go to Mma. ROSS. 91 A"?? Tweoly seveotb itreet, near HUth avtana itbowe yon Ihe likeness of fmnrn bad band end telle you hi* mtna Ring Ike basement bell. Kg MR D'COLAM. CLAIRVOYANT, 410 BROADWAT ? JVI Consul tatlun from 9 till H Ladies, $1; gentlemen, $A pruoni ind fut?ri forfiold. Madame H, W WILLIAM street, corner of New Chambers, first n*or. may be applied to In ail malt*re of love, matrimony, property, sad trouble *f any kind whatever. Madame Walters clmrvot ant, may be rernt at her rooms. fMil Oanai street, oe etrknesa. buelnes?, things lost or stolen, and gives lucky numbers. Terms me e-rste M IRS NECOR. ORBATRRT CLAIRVOYANT IN Till world, Ittl West Twenty seventh street. rpilR ORIGINAL MADAME 11VRON. FROM PARTS.? 1 Greste.t Spirllnal-Al Medical and Business Clalrvoy ant known; h?s that revt r 1*11 ng seorei in eanse speed# mkrrlagf*. Oiliee am Fourth areuno, near rweeti loort? street. Ledl?A W eeeto.