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IITCATUWS WASTKD?KK.H \I,Kh.
A NUMHKR OK WELL I'l.i'i?MM i.NDh J I)' K? V.N
J\ girls MHUt situations at Mrs Lowe', Uermu.i In-tti'ile,
17 SLsnlou at., near Bowery,
AY'HINO WOMAN WISH BS A HITI'A riON IN A
private family to Wke tareef children .md do plain
sewing is will 114 mid ubi.guig sua will make herself gener
ally uaeful. Call at Itt W eal asm at., near tiroadway
A LADY OK El.KIN i<MENT, HAVING MKT WITH
reverses, dtvlres the puail on ot housekeeper for a
widower, or a party ol gentleman wit "S tu 1 7 a fair
aalary; to such everv aaliai action will be given, would take
charge of a honaa where lha f? mliy are going to Kuruiw, or
travel with a party In delicate health. Admass 0. .M. L ,
elation D. for three daya
YOUNG AMERICAN f.tPY OK EDI CATION AND
retirement, thoroughly c mversaut with the ilarman
language and familiar with lha rudiments of the hrenen.also
an experienced teacher m the English brauchea desires to
travel as companion with a family going to Europe. Ad
dress L. W .S , bos 2.63t) Cost otice, New York.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A R 'SPECTABI K
Kugiish widow wi man, .0 housekeeper or rook; under
stands boning and larding, ar would uke the entire charge
of a bouse, has the oeat of o?ty reference Call at her former
employer's for one weak. No. 6 4th at . between 2d and 3d avs.
4 COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WANTS EMPLOY
A meni In a ur?t class family, by week or month , under
stands all kinds of family sewing. First class inferences.
Apply at 679 2d av.. between 36th and J/th sta.
A GERMAN PERSON DESIRES A SITUATION A8
lady's maid or ecamstre-a; Is a good dressmaker aod
hairdresser. Address K E.. Herald office.
All who want oood servants immediately,
and good Herman gn Is, city or oountry, at the Protesi
ant Employment Institute. KM 6th av.
A BESPECTABLE MARRIED WOMAN WISHES A
J\ baby to wet nursa at her own kouaa Call at IIS West
15th rt? la the raar.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
woman as good oouk; would wash and Iran; city rafa
renaa. Apply at 166 Weal SOth at. near 8th av.
A RESPECTABLE OIBL WANTS A SITUATION TO
do general housework, either In etty or country; best
city refrreniw. Call at 663 Wast 35th at
A WOMAN WANTS a BABY TO WET NURSE: IT
wlil ba well eared for. Call at 81 Atlantic at, corner
?f Hluks, aaoocul Boor, Hrouklva.
AR h SPKCTABLE WIDOW WISHES A SITUATION
aa wet nurse; baby alg weeks old. Call at 63 I'niver
atiy place, bouse No. V.
A YOUNG LADY OP EDUCATION DESIRES EM
blovment immediately; U a stranger In the city and
would be willing tu make herself uaeful in any way. Ad
dress Amelia, box 318 Herald ofltca.
A SITUATION WANTED-BY A RE*PF. T\BLE
young woman, to cook, waah and Iron it. 1 null fami
ly. Bast of etty reference gtrnn. Call .11 !; - t,aurena at,
between Houston and Bleecker ata., first 1: . -r.
I EMPLOYMENT WANTED?BV THE DAY, WEEK OR
U month, by a drcasnieln'r iiiderstundx rutting and fit
ting todies' and children '. ...c.-k-h and la well experienced in
allkinda of ismili r.iiti?. ihc beatcttyrrlciei.ee given.
Inquire in the cmdy nme 473 Broome SA, between Greene
and Wooatcr.
GENn ! Ml V8 AND KAMILT WASHINO AND
1 >?? .cu tinting and polishing carefully and neatly done,
at I >> L.. 1 14tu sc. by the widow Quln, brat floor, back
room The best city reference given.
Housekeeper ?a new England widow lady,
tgru 99. desires the above position to an elderly gentle
man or means. Address Mrs. 11. L. W.. Brooklyn Post of
fice.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A SMART. TIDY AMERI
can girl, aa waitress In a private family, or aa saleswo
man. In a faucy or baker's store. Call at or addreas, for
three daya, '460 lid at, care of Mrs. McKay, third floor, in the
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE YOUNG
woman to do general housework. Call for two daya at
18 Deabrosses at.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A HIGHLY RESPECTA
ble young woman, us nurse, can take full charge of a
baby from its birth and feed it with a bottle: or grown chil
dren; is a good seamstress; g<od references. Apply at 283
West 37th at., tup Boor, front room.
TWO RESPECTABLE GIRLS DESIRE SITUATIONS?
One as good plain cook and good baker aod an excellent
washer and ironer. and the other aa first clave waitress and
chambermaid or to assist with Use fine washing and Ironing;
Is willing to go to the oountry. Good city reference. Call at
837 West 23th at, between Mb mud 9th are.
TWO RESPECTABLE PROTEST ANT OIBL8 DESIRE
MtuaUona to do the work of a house between them;
owe a* chambermaid and laundress, sad one aa ? haw bar
maid and waitress, ar to do gsaaral housework. If adt en
gaged for one nouaa. would go to 4IPs ran! houses. Good city
rale reason ApplyaM?Wnetai?hat. befccUSthaadfthava.
WET NUR8B.-A RBSfffiCTABUE MARRIEDWO
man who has loat bar owa ekfid wffl take a cbBd to
?am at her owa hsms; goad 1 adei aasaa Apply at IN Raet
Slat St., first floor.
ANTED?BY A RBSPRCTABLB WIDOW WO
man, a aitnatlon as chambermaid or waitress: hat#
tug to make herself generally useful, iaquu-a at 38 Cham
bars at. la drag atom.
TITAN FED-A SITUATION BY A BBNPROTABLE tOU?6
TT person (of some eduoelusu) aa <map>atoa to aa eldwty
?r invalid lady; a comfortable hems mars an object than
igh wage-. naa no objection to leave the elty. Address
sis day and Monday, Companion, Brooklyn Post office.
VBT NURSE.?A YOt'NQ. HEALTHY MARRIED WO
v nan wants aa Infant to nurse at bar own realdnaee;
hi a fresh breast of milk- Address Mr. Celna, liquor
?'?a, Carroll St., near 3d av.. South Brooklyn.
Ttxi ?n-t IITCATI'iM, BY A fROFBSSKD COOK,
T? wiu understand* thoroughly French. Bngllah and
Amtn^n i ooklug. the beat of city can b* |lv*n.
? (.action 10 t hotel or private bo.rdtn* bouae. Can h?
? omit) to 4 o'clock ElBWMtlW.t,. few door.
eeen
fiom h ?y.
\XJ ATRI'-BY A RESPECTABLE "ARRITA*.
Vf A?by tv we( nunc at her owe r""'^n^ei?Vn Vr?
6r?t bel, onl* our moe At old. Cell '* J'aag mw . ^ '
Whelei..?3 **? SIM et.. between !?' ? *? top
? oor, fro*. r*"m
hw.uh
A ttjLP >? liHoe* Bmi.'1/S'pi^ rBLLIO RNT
A U<ly?,r70fiil?.o?el buitne**. ?,r rP? ve V* '
e pAiiner Adorvti kin i of p#r'ou
^"'iri.hcn ?? e^g??P4?tner. ">. M.. wEum.
IT", Lfnto.i a v.. corner isrt; ~~T1
A T M LP-Ye<\ Mam be a good wether a-. A GOOD
A co05.io6erwnrk end Wettiug. Wage* $1??*/- Aleo
girl 'or cr ^ , g|j
,<"?mD-A YOUNG WoMAN, as laun> "
W chaaiberuiatd; the be.t rrterrn.ee requ.sS AND
" , jiKU! et., on Friday and Saturday morning Apply
| o'clo* om?to
VvAi"SI?-A FIRST CLASH WAITRESS, Yr""
w dptaodi her butine-j" thoroughly and baa UN
?f eliy rfercncea. Apply between 18 A. M. and 1 lbe?t
jg i.eittSili at. *1
rtA/fEl>? A GIRL TO DO WASHING, IRONING;
V ctauiberwnrk in a ainvll prirair family Good '
e*reo?as required. Inquire between 9 and II o'clock
r morning at 3d Wait 16th at.
W ANTED?A GOOD AMERICAN LADY, WHO IH Not
afraid of a little work, to a.aiat my wife id doing,
houae-.Tork; a good pcraon would be m de an equal of aud
r-<eive nneral pay. Call uu E D. chamberlain, 3d buck
roan at , N Y.
WANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN TO WET NURSE AN
tafautof a.i month*; mu.it be atmng and healthv;
liberal wages g'een. w.th a good novae. Apply at 77 Leung
ton bt . between 8 and IU A. M.
WANTED?A GIRL AS I.AC NT) HE AH AND CHAM
barmaid. Apply trona 1 to 4 P. M ai 'id Weat 18th at.
"\1TANTED?A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRESS: ONE
T* who hea city referenoe from her laat ultra and |a nut
Afraid of a large waah. Apply at IIS hail 30th at . hetwacn
rerk and l.eilugton ar., oil Saturday ntniuing. between 8
I 18 P. M.
WANTED?A 01RL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
one wti unjeratanda hrr bualneae, with good refer
ences. App .tN.. * Cottage place, u?.?r Bb-c^ker at
Wa?.t,2VA oirl- w,t" T,,k hkst 0|r BUYER
? a. ~,r?rf', r^k..'r,u,h .?Bd tron **>?/ l?'we*a 10 and
Sat corner of ?6:ta at ...? Lenngton a?.
WANTED?AT 1} EAST gPTi! nr., two GIRLS- ONK
a* chambermaid and walireaa; tlie oiu.. ?_j
seamstress , oest city reference* required.
WANTED-t F'R"?T CLASS Hi t.a'NBT TRIMMER, IN
a lending millinery house In Philadriphln. nermaornt
alt net ton and liberal salary paid. Apply to Jaiaea P. Burua
A Co.. SOS Broadway.
Mr ANTE D?AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN. TO DO
general huuaewurk In a email family. Apply at 81?
Fe?t SV1 at,
?flf ANTED?A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWOR \
YY One that can waah and iron well, nnd who haa city
pefemnr- can apply at lUb Weal iRth at
Wf tNTF.D?A 8 TOUT LITTLE OIRL TO MAKE HFR
Y> anlf uaeful a bunt the hOuae. Apply et IM Enat
l$th at.
M/ANTF.D-A FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKER. WITH
?T at -'a ?? character and refereuee to ablrly. one
who baa been connected wlih tome well knuwn city eatab
liahmeot, and whorin tale charge of nr?be manteau|depart
rornt aud general ladiee1 rural*!,Ing department la a large
houae Amlreti boi S.S3I Poat office.
WANTf.D-A REnPEfTABLK OIRL AS CHAMBER
maid and waitress Good city reference required.
Apply at W I n.reialty place, near link at.
WANTED-A NEAT PROTESTANT OIRL TO DO OEN
eral hotm work for a family of two persona. Call at
?(VI W e<t Mlh at brtween Mh and ilHh aea.
WANTED-A YOUSo AMKHICAN WOMAN. TO DO
the genefnl bo i?ework ef a amall family on Hlaten
saland, muW u.- a ?erj neat aewer aud bandy erery way
wnb the ne? iny me who la perfectly willing to be 'n
the cou.itr- i, r of a good pace, with g>? d wegea, by
?ending e ?r i ? da? where thry can be teen to Home
fur Mra *' Greanwich at., ear* of J. I). Fink,
? - im* Wantbo-.mal.rrT
W a v r, t? -1>' 11'K ORlH'ERT SUSI
? ? ctlre, eneigrtir young nun with two yeara*
and country trade, tery beat of reference
. .0 ycr*. salary reaai nabit. Addreae A. E.
j ? -f . cJnif"#, Vt. *
may writinr a mood hand and
1 houre of la.tnie each day dettraa conyina
??deacrtptioi. to do at hia n me Addrtaa A
? :*? any
' ,P IH i ? -ad i
T" ""RAERlhD MAN, WITH CONSIDBRARER
. V ei, lence " Jjua.oraa having bern In bualneae for
1 1 y" * rr.'i ?rcM * whcieeale bonne of any
)'\V Add, H. A7
t di'TRS WANTED.?TWO GRNfl.LMFN Oe-w
La "ellent bnaloeaa character and ability, who are about
? hfhm lb* pnllre Wn( kill Sontft. fouoil agcticlr* ?or I
I York bon^.: t,rat etna, refereeor. goeu. Addreae
1 av llera. Herald offlee^
u: .h:?",'..7 "w- *???
I ho i. tt* Rioowe et,
YOUNO GENTLEMAN, JUST ARRIVED FROM
England, desire. a situation In a commercial hou.o.
BITHATIOIVt WASTRD-MUjKB.
A Y<H su EN It STIC BUS! N -w- URN WITH
A *W lan ol.t un II gned p>ji"t situaUnn vurtt ?3?? a
yar I<y calling ?l *1 N??a?u slioet, oO.cc No. ho*. Ueicieno <*
each .ugi-d. _ ________
TO TEA. OOfKKK AND SPICK HOUSES.-A Tol'SG
1 man. ih rcuxliit converaaut with tl>e abore. it opeu for
Au eug.igrmeut at sale.roau. AOdrtai (1. U., station I).
( L.KKK* AND SALEHHEM.
UNO GENTLEMAN,
.'\ KM,;..!!) I, de?ire? a tllutl
A(iii'??e J. II., iVO Herald office
SITUATION WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN. AS SALES
/N man in a carriage repository, good retareucaa givaa.
Address Carriages, aiation 0 Po-t office. _
1ITANTED? A SITUATION. BY A YOUNO MARRIED
YT au, aa clerk or aalasman; hat had aomr < iperience
la tee book trade; rofereuce given. Addreaa Edmund, box
?j.tM Poat office.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY AN AMERICAN
young man, aa elark in the grocery or produce busi
ness. Addreaa P. A. W.. 178 Grand at.
WANTED?A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED BOOK
kaeper, in the dry goods rommitaloo busiueae; nuue
others need apply. Addreaa box 6.S42 Pott oflioe.
WANTED?AN ACTIVE, ENERGETIC, WELL RE
commended salesman for a wholesale eoal house; muel
kaow the trade aloug the Sound. New York and the Eastern
markets generally. Address box II.1B Pott office, Philadel
phia, Peon. i
WANTED?A YOUNG MAN TO ACT AS BKCRETABT
of an insurance company: one acquainted with the
bualnesa in the oeuntry. Addreaa Insurance, Herald oflioe.
WANTED?TWO EXPERIENCED DRY OOOD8
salesmen. Apply, after d o'clock this erenlng. at 178
Pulton as., Brooklyn.
t ? '
WANTSD?A SALESMAN POR A TAILOR'S TRIM
mloge bouse; holy aueh may apply whs knew the
business thoroughly end can influence trad* Addreet, with
reference 1 end particulars, box 4,418 PmI efca
WANTED?A COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER, POR AM
Importing house. Address, with refcrenoes end other
details, bos 4.41S Poet office.
(kin nnn ?x gentleman* will oite this
ipIU.UUU. amount of aeuurity and the rary beat of
city references for aomr re . nnsible poeiuon; shipping clerk
preferred. Address c. Harm, New York Poet office.
A
COACIIMEN AftD GARDENERS.
GERMAN GARDENER WHO HAS HAD OREAT
. _ e.perience in ell the branches of bis business desires
> 11 iiiiga^emeaL Address B. G., 874 Broadway, or call there
in person,
Groom wanted.?a single man. who tho
ronghly understands hie business in nil lie branches
and can gire satisfactory referenoea for industry, applica
tion. Ac. Apply at private stable 88 Bast 33d St.. between 8
and 6 P. M.
WANTBD-A SITUATION. BY A YOUNO MAN. A3
general farmer and gardener; oan train, groom and
drive horses; good references. Inquire for four days at 308
West Wtli at.
HELP WANTED-MALES.
a GENTS WANTED?TO SELL AN ARTICLE EN*.
t\. tire,y new and wanted everywhere; splendid chance
for insurance and other agents to use their spare time ad
vantageously. $10 per day easily made. 18 Liberty at.
Agents wanted-to take entire control op
towns and counties for the aale of Brown's Patent
Double Cone Damper. Come and me this invention. Smart
agents can make money on small capital.
ADAMS A PUNT, 119 Ni"
assan at., room No. 7.
Aoents WANTED-TO hell a new patented ar.
tide that is wanted In every family and store in the
United States, at 18 John street, second floor, front office.
Aoents and pedlbrs to introduce a new ar
tlcle required everywhere; 200 per cent profit. Poster
A CO . SO Grand at., N. Y..or79 Main St., Brooklyn.
. ???_____ ?
A MAN WANTBD-TO TAKK AN INTEREST IN A
flrst class One Grocery business, well established, on
Broadway In perfect running order. Prom $4,000 to $8,000
ready cash required. THOMPSON, 780 Broadway.
Assistant.?a grocery clerk, man and wipe
for farm, coachmen, gatdenera, salesmen, drivers. Call
on LYNN A CO.. 81 Nassauefreet. office No. 9.
LI. D MIRING SITUATIONS CALL AT <1 CHAMBERS
street. Desirable vscseeiee this day. Salaries $10 io
$90 per*eek. Permanent ?n ploy men t.
X
MAN WANTED-TO TAKB CHARGE OP A FAC
tory, and a partner in a good paying business, witl
cash. Apply to J. H. Brown * Oo . 0 Pulton eh
A YOCNO MAM ACQUAINTED WITH THE RETAIL
business, wanted aa sale?an.
...j. they have had experience in the
WPmS$Sh A4dr*?- Book
?AJLRIMAM. TRAVELLING AGENT,
PANTED?IN A LAWYER'S OFFICII; GOOD
IN MUX A NCR SOLICITORS WANTED-FOR A PI ROT
dps I.lfe Insurance office, either on aelary or commie
slon -.lbo for en Accident Company. Address fer ten days
GenijUl Agent, Herald office.
TITiNTLD-AGENfS OP EXPERIENCE AND GEN
'I tlemanlr addreaa te can rasa New York city, Brooklyn.
Wllamaburg. Baltimore, and Washington, D. C., for n
hlvhriral and atatlstieal work of the United States of great
vJie: neither political nor seattooal. Good commission
apwed. Capital required sufficient to pay private expenses
tl the book la delivered te eubecribere. None but compe
j |pt men need a.ldreaa Publisher, box 128 Herald office.
WANTED?A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT BU8I
aeas man familiar, not only wltk eity trade, but
throughout the Kaatarn and Coaat States; references must
be from the city and unexceptionable; la wanted In tbe wine
trede bv an old established and reliable house; none but
those thoroughly quallfled need apply; expact to pay a lib
eral salary and want a Oral class man. CenfromlUto 18
aud 1 to 1 until Tuesday eveu.ng next, at 48 Beaver el., up
stairs. Engagement te commence at once or within thirty
day4. J. W. SLACKER.
WANTED?A YOUNO. STRONG MAN AS PORTER IN
a liquor and nlgar store; mutt have beat references
fo honesty aud ability. No others need address Employer.
Herald offloe.
THE TRADK8.
HLOTH MANUFACTURERS.?SITUATION WANTF.D.
11 A German who ?m several year* foreman In the spln
ilng department of a cloth factory wiahea a situation. Ad
Iress or cull on Che. Kuchneuiundl, care of Dupre, Krets A
Jo., 38 Broad St., oororr of Exchange place, N. T.
COMPOSITORS.?JOB HAND WANTED, WHO WOULD
appreciate a steady situation and light work. Call after
en o'clock. Irre-iponslb le hands ner l not apply.
RAMI hi. CHUMP. 73 to79 Fulton street, N. T.
ro P KIN TERN.?WANTED. A MAN ACQUAINTED
with composition and press work, to take charge of a
ob printing office, In a permanent situation and good com
lenaatlon. Address W. B.. hot "d.SM Tost oflice, N. Y.
1X7 ANT ED?A SMART. RNRROETIC MAN. FAMILIAR
vv wllh the timber and lumber trade, also arquatnted
rub hou-e and ship builder*, who can Influence trade, to
horn a commission will l.e siren on amount of salea effect.
AMHi
Add #*? K. W., bo I AM Herald oflice, with particular*.
y ANTE0?OOOD LOCK MAKERS AND VICE HAMD6;
. only gooa workmen wanted. Inquire at 70 Water
^ .....i. i
WtED?SMART ACTIVE MKN TO WORK ON AN
My Pn building Apply at Jersey City steel Work*. Jer
___I. W, SPRwQl.K.
PROPOSALS.
I^pi-'n^T TO MINERS AND WILL DIGOKRS.?
a ' si trill lis* r<Nr>lesi< at 1ST Pirmt aran it A fnr hnrltia
an Arit.li,s trill !>? received at <87 Pint avenue for boring
_ 'roll. JOS. M. KOEHLRR.
MACHINKHY.
horse ?,VR HORKK TUBULAR BOII.KR, A SIX
norse r. 1 _ ,, ? ,.i_
al-o firoi: ?"d Roller, a two horse Double Engine,
l*iillev. ? it it, Gear and NcrewCulling lathes, Shafting,
?hirer* of all ifrs, large Drying Psn, Tr icks and Ma
Metal? Is. bought and sold. Cash paid for old
rMITlf A CI,A RK, Pesrl St., N. T.
b'OR SSI,. _?ft
f era, Ho stT&NARR DOUBLE ENOINKR. DRILL*
very compat ? snT sth ne> and^_ Portable JTnio^ Engines,
PANVN 8al.sroon.Je. ROOT STEAM KXaiNB COM.
- IV. Dusne street.
SAI.R-A PORT?
F?5g
in ci. o; lets nnJ.K STEAM KNOINR. ALMOST
ordei, under tl ( superr.s(,, iw> lee horse powat. made to
For psrt'c.iUrs inquire of W the owner, for all purposes.
? . Barlow. 43? Pearl Strsst.
r()R SALE?AT THK FRAT"
foot of Vo*,.in sireet. -lerLIN ROILRR WORES,
Boilers IN A. ? ,1 41 horse power City, three Locomotive
3d and 70 ho. ,r. ?nr* built, rank#" Horisnntal Tubular,
aenable price d Boilers built at rea
G
'Rhilb's MrP.OVKO "" ?.?-??
1 XCELHIOR BRICK Pk
THIS ;>OW?r >il snd besiltlfill tabor aJP
mould tl S) bricks per dar. It received! machine win
natural stale, tei uwra It In working, and irt" c,*7 m '*?
pressed brick, as well as the lower grades eP*
and nf a ....sto. a i _ , * . ." ''.f Mil at eleM
and of a quality unsurpassed in baauty and ?'?
will also n.ake superior Are brick. Tibillty. I
Tie vail of 'he machine met be ascertain*. ...
piofug iimif |rw tli'MM* now runniiv fl*0? tJM
large pinioe made liy those now' running,
ror rig^taand machines address
XLEI.SIOR BRICK PREUS COMPAirr.
O'jr* All Chestnut aireet Philadelphia.
Ma . .1 V* ,"r AV' K'Rnn ROUOHT and noC
at AtMe Ihlaglf Mgei Ml p . si III,us-en, opposii
"OrlO'k ec CHARLEM JORDAN.
PORTA' T. and RTaTIONARY 8TEAM ENOIN1
\ sP BOILERS AND CIRi ULAR SAW MILL
Tat be i a I moet complrta In use,
Citoub i sent or application.
WOOD A MANS HTKAtl ENGINE COMPANY
and 86 Maiden laaeTNew Yerk
L'Uea.N.T.,
' ne/Ne
Portable steam knoinen, Ericssons caloric
HMJINhS. PUMPS. MILLS,AO. -vewaai
JA-Mcis A. ROBINSON. No. 164 Duan* s.reet.
STEAM RXQIMKA AND BOILERS?NRW AND 8E<
end hand, all alsea: lathes, sh ifting snd Pulleys, m
all kind* Machinery; Distillery Fittings, twelve Blower
good as aew. Belting, all sue*.
WILLARD k M1LLWARD, 384 Water street.
fl'O PRINTERS?FOR SALK AT A BARGAIN, ONR OF
I. Degenar'a half medium Liberty Card and Job I'reoam
new and in com- lete order Apply la WILLIAM Ml'UPHT,
43h Canal street. New York.
\r ALVELESo STKAM PI MP -STILKS' PATENT F<*
v si?snieri. railroad water stations, distillers and brer,
era. wash and bear pump, paper makers' pulp, tanaiig
I'Quor* mlnlfR and general manufacturing purposes. It
will pump sand and water, oeing a single canting It cannot
goi nut o, order, or r'loke. It la operated by connecting It
with ., strain holler by a metal or rubber pipe. Come a.kl
see itlu operat.on at 163 Greenwich street.
KADLRY, MCALLISTER k CO.
VY
rips .'e\ ?'. Vi , ir.llLIIASK-A NRW OR BRLONft
er" Don'd gs. Y*. Ac . HWwltb^heater bog on top
AD>LP|oJS~t! Si Hsi:t>KK k CO.rtsA**? Kngiae. Boll.
a noly to
Task.
i p Vim no prV ik?ir vntrdto kcr onr hanTj
J rress, ca,. sirs nrefsrred 36 East Broadway, aeeond
Doer.
KOH MALB.
A RARK CHANCE ?FOR SALE. Hi'i>OK AND FIX
TV tur> * of * I orr gn and home ''io FruS fttora. Inquire
at the morn* ?&*?> ? niton avenue, Brooklyn
A OH A NOR -FOR 8AI.K. IN NEWARK, N. J , TUB
jy 1^ e hificA and Fixtures of * No. 1 Haloon. ?!>len
aldlf ntted u!?. well looted and aav dotoj a gool b names*.
Addreea W. L. Herald oflice
A NICK BOARDING HOURS, WITH A I.KArtg OK
ne,Ll u**> "dtuatad in the >-reuth
ljw At>t"yu,wiL i
A FANCY STORK, IN ONB OK TUB BUST BUSINESS
loc .lions for sals. Price BJ.IW8. AJdraas Nelaou.
tic-raid office.
A GRKTI.KM AN HAVING TWO VKRT VALUABLE
ft patent rights. will dispone of the nm at a low price
because he needa money. Address Pelenl Right, box Uffi
Herald office.
A* ,OLD, B8TABLIHHKD OYHThR SALOON ROE
Mle? with four years' leaee from the first of May. Sat
Dlvhlion ?treat!'* disposing Of It Apply in the aaloon 91
? ROR BALE-RESTAURANTS. LIQUOR AND
. Lunch Rooms, Hat and Cap Store. Patent Carpel
Beating business; Orocerles, Butter and Cheese Store.
MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street.
AFIRE AND BUROLAR PROOF SAFE. WITH PA
tent oom blnatlon look i Herri ok' ? make i. 42 c59 for aale
SSoaSBVlUaInquire of WM. C.
A BARGAIN IN 8AFB9.?I HAVE TWO OR SILAS
STl?*'* ?B(* tWltdwr'e Patent Safea for aale, eery
tow, at M Marten atreet, between Spring and Prince,
J. W. PITNET. up stairs.
P?AL TAED AND FIXTURES ROR SALR CHEAP.
y SuRable iM in a aped location for n kindling wood
factory. Apply at 7? Mafbawy street.
Distillery fob bale-os gallons capacity,
In complete enter. For particular) add rear D. P.,
Herald office.
Depp store for bale-on one of the prin
ctpal thoroughfare) ia this city; the alera haa beaa es
tablished for lwewty years by the present proprietor; K la
handsomely fitted up end wall stoeced. doJuga#no4 buaL
tao"w*" tor a physician; dwelling at
taehed to the Were. Addroaa Phywc, Herald Office
FOR SALE?PROPELLER TPQ JOSEPH BAKER,
partially burned at upper harbor. New Rncbelle. where
she now Ilea. Apply to JOHN Si HKNClf. SB South street.
FOR BALE-BAR, RESTAURANT. BILLIARDS AND
Lodging House. License pud. Inquire at *61 Waal
rorty-secoiid street.
70R SALE?PLATFORM SCALES, FROM 240 TO C.0UB
pounds capacity: grocers', market, taotory Scales, Be.,
irranted. Constantly receiving second hand Scales.
- I>- TOUNO. 56 Cortland! street, below Mreensrich.
For sale?a butter and poultry stand in
Fulton Market Terma cash Will be sold cheap A?
ply to M. ROCK, 128 Bcekmau street
For sale?a first class bar and billiard
Room in Jersey City; doing a brat olaas business, on
one of the best comers In the citr; with a lohg Lease and
cheap rent. Inquire of H. HUGHES, lor Spring street, cor.
ner Meroer. New York.
For ralk-thb stock and futures of the
Bool and Shoe Store dOfi.lf Grand street. New York, or
Futures for aale and Store to int. Apply at 408)4 Grand it.
For SALE?leash and fixtures of a good
Business Sund, established 90 years. No. 1 Division
street, corner of Catharine; cause of selling, tha owner re
W^ffHTL^Ai^yprlSr.^^^- App*10
E70R SALE?THE LEA8E OF A LARGE BUILDING
I on Slsth avenue: fourteen rooms above the store; all
modern Improvement"; seven years' ieasa from next May,
WiniV*V.r.'man,.e6b\i BOM?hlon. Apply to VAN
WAQENEN A CO., 4.J Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE?THE STOCK, FIXTURES AND GOOD
Will of the boat Millinery 9tor# in (he city, with n first
class trade. Apply at 243 Eighth avenue.
' jlOB BALE-AN ALCOHOL DISTILLERY ANDIAP
. . ruirtenances Incomplete running order; capacity 159
to 900 barrels high proof alcohol weekly; situated in the city
of Baltimore. Address James Bally, OB South Green street,
Baltimore.
7?OR SALE?THE LEASE. GOOD WILL. FIXTURES
and stook of first class Bar Room and Reading Rooms,
with restaurant connected, situated at 502 Sixth avenue, near
Thirty-fourth street; rent very moderate. Apply to BER
LIN. 7BON A LKDIARD, 19 Pey street. Newtek.
EH?R SALE-ONE IKON ffiTILL OF 3,900 GALLONS
a*
?"*?1 MpUK MM
ptmdi^irW
Address for on* weak, Marshall box 970 Post orfoe Phlla
Ml|Wlle
F
'?B 8ALE-A LOT Of SHELVING AND COUNTERS.
Apply to HOLMON, MEYER A CO.. 32 Warren street.
F?L 8ALE-CIOAR STORK, BILLIARD AND
Sample Room attached: flrat class, four years' lease.
Kent low. Inquire of L. KKLLMER, 91 William street.
P?B SALE?A FIRST CLASS CORNER LIQUOR
Store, with a good trade; full license paid; lew rent;
mock and Fixtures complete. No ageats need apply. fa.
quire earner Jamas atreet and New Bowery.
POB 8ale?a small, neatly fitted up cigar
Store, In a business neighborhood, doing a lively trade
rent low; to be cold for a very low price. 220 Grand atreet.
For rale-thb well known oyster saloon
and Restaurant 194 Prince street; a Bve year*' lease;
cheap rent. Reasons for selling, tha present proprietor In
5i* 5r.wlt^,f BoBrd of Bxclae. Apply nl the above num
I bar. This will remain open until Monday.
FOB 8ALK?RAMPLE BOOM, 19H BROADWAY. AP
ply on premises.
IitOR SALE CHEAP?THB TOOLS OF A PAPER BOX
?h"P,; must be told bv the first of the month Inquire
*1411 Eighth avenue, in the basement.
FOR 2R 70 I'ET?A FIRST CLASH HOTEL,
containing 45 room*; all modern Improvements: bar
and reataurmiTt attached, on one of tha leading A^tmei,
SxtTavemie DYK A CURTIS, 508
OBOCKBY FOR BALK CHEAP.?A CASH CUSTOMKR
VI will be llberaUy dealt with.
QREOORY BROS , 14 Carmine atreet.
T.BAfig, STOCK AND FIXTURES OfTn OLD K8TAB.
Im?? kulk J Hoboken, for sale at a aaorlflos. aa the
owner haa ?ther business. AddressC. K T . box 179 Herald
SFKIOE, OAS PKNDANT.S AND 8TOVE ilfli ptpi
for aale.-r)fflre for f-orn^r. ItiiT thSR Zln!i
I Pendants, Urge Stove and tblrt/feei PiiV iuTii
order for gale cheap. Apply at91 .3% W^h'itlSJ^
OYSTER -AND DINIMO SALOON FOR ?4I.F -A
rare chauoe for any out wishing In bur ft Aral civ, Reg.
tail rant. Sited up with steam boiler, ranges. bar, oyster.,.^,
ler. Ac., all newly painted and la good order. The reaeC,
for selling will be explained by the proprietor wbea tkta la
? u.werad. Aildraaa J. R.. oox 111 Herald oflioe, for fenr
days.
Rumpf a mkstkrn, m duawe street. sell ho.
tela. Stores. Pectoris., floueea. I?oie, l.'-tn., ldta.ee.
Merchandise. I'eab mreated or advanced. Bouae, fh.WIO;
rent 91,000 Two house., 91:1,000 House $14,000; rent
910,000. Hoiiee le South Broadly a Ah,'**1 State and
Lamp Store 9t&0; Urocery $TiO;Perlar House, good loca
tion; License. Lease. Billiards, cheap rant.
CJYROP POTS.?ro* fALR. at tiie American pa.
o pier M.che Manufacturing fempany. corner Boi street
end Viiton avenue, Ureeepolet, L. 1 , about 10,000 iron
Tltlar Syrup Pots, In good condition, at n low flgure, or will
etcbange for lamp or baatard aaoulda or baatard pots.
wili. Ri r anon will, pixtcrfs. ac . of
Jl)i / a small Urneerr, doing a feed, incraaslag trade;
owner going South Apply in butter stare, ON Slith erenue,
basinmt.
$400
WILL RCY A STEAM LAUNDRY, P1TTF.B
np with a patent waahing machine that will wash
l3 abirta in SO minutes. Rent Including steam power only
91 St per day. For full particulars address B. M. J? sta
tion 0.
NIR('EI.i.AN'Kt>l >
Alcohol still wantkd.-ant one ravish a
good new or aeeond band Aleohol Still can Ond a pur
chaser by addressing Post a (Toe hot He. 6 7'JA
A SPIRITUAL MEDIUM (MALE OR FEMALE)
wanted, who will giro a eirele, two sittings a weak, far
the winter. Address Seymour. Herald afflce.
GUIRLATN, 1? RUB DE LA PaIX, PARIS.
AMBROSIAL CREAM FOR SHAV1NO.
FASHION ABLE PERFUMES for the handkerablef.
EAU LUSTRALE for the hair.
KAC DK.COLOONK (pr.-paralian specials.)
IF TOUR HEALTH IB SHATTERED TOU WILL BR
gulte restored by PARR'S Life Fills, Maraaparllla and
Invigorating Riuir. They cure the went Impurities of
blood, tit bIb atreot.
T ITBRATURR -A OBNTLEMAN HAVINO SEVERAL
]J original Manuscripts of blank reraa writings of eekuow
?Mgad merit. Is desirous to mile liberal arrangements for
th-Tr publlcatloo. The subjects embraead In these writings
fr*of the most Intellectual aodla.truoilverharaeler.snd al
Jogmbe. artgleal In thought and style. Addrege Literature,
t?* 1* Herald oRee.
EARIS EXHIBITION, 1MT.?AOHff ARTHUR A CO.,
Jw Caetlgiiooe. Agent, of the British end Aneertoea
iheastea, eetaollehed thirty sight years, undeitake to rep.
msent exhibitors, liana and Kirhsng*. House end Estate
Agents, Commission. Trenail Agents end Wlue Merchants,
leery information gratis
PA5.,#^L oFTM * JBTERMATIoKaL, RUB NEUYR
A-it August In, SB. Every lnfermatlna gratuitously.
Afhrtments provided. Luggage warehoused.
qolid
O drbti
e-v. II,K ''"It lLS-SILVER TIPS, RED, BLACK
* blue, mailcil free everywhere ea reoelnt ef SOc each,
by BHWARD 8WIFT, Ur* Centre street. * '
HIH ?LITTLE " MARVEL" Ig A PARLOR
STEAM ENGINE.
THE '? LITTLE MARVEL" IS FREE FROM
dllflf,
1JHR "UfjtR MARVEL."-EVERYBODY SHOULD
w
hare It. Price :5c.; by nutll $1
London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company.
WV Broadway, New York.
ANTRD-roUR COUNTERS SUITABLE FOR A
moth bonae. Address Commission. Herald ofBoe
j> ? lass - BtllARDS. AC,
, isle at reaaenahlt Pt??.. ^eooKD HAND FIRST
?-'enaaoaa, fai
SAL.*19. ACCTIOM.
A UCTIIIN H'lTicit* H^R^?i?OAT?!irr 52k
A AN KXTRAOkOT^AKY onoRTUNirr KOK
llOl'tiftKEKrK lt* AW1> THK TRAUK.
oVBK AU, uuu WORTH OK
elrgaat Slid groteel Horn 'h?l? Yarn Hum ?t publle eu*
lioa thu (Fatnrday* ..January 38 ?t 11 1 "luck. at
the Urge re?idrui7 ll? dilute "* K**??' K'ghlb ,t"TS.,nr?r
Milh arenur ro.xsisuog of k iM??l?*?l rueewoodPiano
forte Stool end l over, ?ll mode. * Improvement. "01 seven
aud a half o uve, richly carved 1a * J?,? f '? three beautl
ful I'arlor Suits. covered with ih riehe.l drerrij'tion of
French satin brocab-1; Work, of Arv "'?"MR
by emfnm' miau. Velvet Brussels *nd f
rosewood Btageres, style of I?oul. XI V., - ,*?"d UU}
Ei tension Table. Bufftl and Dining i"%s ? 10 ? . J v ,
and Pier Mirro.it, black walnut nulla, ?t r''r?d ,, |f"
Cloth and green rep.: bUck wa nut and m "<fw
and Bureau*. Spring aud llatr .Maitretaea, V 'f* *u<? X"
rri, Vase., lllut, < hma and Silver Ware. 4K l*'T-1*e- '?
B?Reliable men in sMendaBoe to oart, pack aa d ??'K KOoOm
for pure bare-, at a reasonable charge.
Auction notk?e-k wynn * co., aootionx RRf -
Rare ehauoe lor parties commencing houacka "P'n*
Elegant Household Kurnlture at public auction, thla "*/
(Haturdayi, at No M We.t Hlileenth afreet, between KV'h
and hiith avenue*, rale rommeitotng at lift o'clock. Parto.'
Suite, covered brocatrl and reps Bookcase Book. Klageree,
Mirror., Curtain., Carpet., Centre Table., Turkmh Reclin
ing Chai-a. Oil 1'aintlng. by eminent artists; Bronae
Statuary, Vases, Clock., Cabinet Kncoignure*. roaewood
Plan, forte. Muale Stand, roaewood and walnut Bureau.,
Bedateada. Wardrobe., hair aprtng Mattreuea, M pair Ltueu
Sheets. 13 pair Blankets, Kiten.ton Table. Buffet, elegant
sete Glassware, BUverwere Table Cutlery, Baaement and
Kttehaa Kurnlture Bale peremptory N. B.-Competent
peraona ia attendance to pack and remove tbe good-.
Adrian h. mullkk. auctioned.?adrian h.
MULLKK. P. R. WII.K1N8 A CO. "Will eeU at auc
tioo, oa Saturday, January US, nt 13ft o'clock, at the Kx
change Baleareom. Ill Broadway, 3.900 .hare. Ruaaell FUe
Company, bald aa eollateral.
BT MINER a ROMKRTILLE, AT HALES ROOM 17
Maaaaa etneet, opposite the Peat office.
HOUU AND CARKIAORM AT AUCTION. _
THU DAY (SATURDAY), /AM. M. AT 1J O'CLOCK.
I* PRO NT OP 8AUUKOOM
BROWN MARE. ? yean old. lift hands. kind la all bar
nee. and under the saddle perfectly gentle end free from all
rimrr trots in thiw ninutas
LIGHT MONITOR BRA* WAOON. built by Wood Broa.,
"bay* HORKK. 7 year. eld. Uft haada high, kind la all
hamaae; warreuted en and; Baa been need by a physician.
dO Strap# ef Balls.
W Far Robes.
Several Mil of Hirntu. Ac.. Ac
Regular horse aeles et S7 Nuuu street every Wednesday
and Saturday.
Messrs. MINER A 80VERVILI.8 offer un.urpaaaed ad
vantages in location, experience and bueiness capacity, to
parties wishing to buy or desiring to sell llorees. Carriages,
or anything pertaining to the horse business.
By miner a homfrtille, r Nassau strrp.t.
Elegant Household Furniture at auction, made to or
der by Beiter and Brunar A Moore. Parlor, Dining aud
Chamber Furniture, of the mostco.tly description.
MONDAY. JAN. 18. at 37 Nassau street
Particulars to-morrow.
BY DANIEL A. MATTHEWS, AUCTIONEER.
posinvi: and closinu hai.e of
MARBLE STATUARY, ROMAN AND FLORENTINE,
Alt ATK AND MAKRI.E TAZ7.AB AND TASKS,
RLKOANT ROMAN MOSAIC TABLES. AC.
DANIEL A. MATHEWS will eeU TIIIB (SATURDAY)
MORNING at 11 o'clock and EVENINQ at 7ft o'clock, at MO
and M3 BROADWAY, corner Twenty second street, the
balance of Importation of Signor Torello Benal. comprising
LIFE SIZE BUSTS with elegant marble pedestals: stat
uettes of VENUS DK MEDICIS. OOOD SAMARITAN.
FIDELITY and others; also superb Klmacan, Roman and
Pompelan Vase* aud Tana*. Catalogue, now ready, and tha
STATUARY, At)., IH NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BNJ. K. THE ALL, AUCTIONEER.
' Late aalejmau with K. U. LUDLOW A CO.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CARPETS. MIRKOR8,
OIL PAINTINGS. ENGRAVINGS.
CHINA, GLASS AND SILVER PLATED WARE- AC.
To be aold by auction by THE ALL A BROS., tola day
(8alurday), at 10W o'clock, at their salesroom. 19 Liberty at.,
near Nassau. Also rosewood Bagatelle Table. Catalogues
early nu morning of sale.
By jambs m. miller Tuesday, jan. ?. at 11
o'clock, al the Exchange salesroom, lit B mad way,
tinder the direction of Hon. John R. riaekin. referee. No. S3
Barclay street, the moat substantial, elegant and oonrenlent
live story and basement marble front Store and Building
The lot I* ShxldU. The building aa follows:?Basement ana I
store JBiM; tbe second, third, fourth and fifth stories, 36iM.
Maps and particulars at the office. I
Edward schenck. auctioneer.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S BALK.
By order of Robert Murray, Esq., United Slates Marshal.
13 000 SEIZED HAVANA CIGARS.
7 RARRELS WHISKEY.
4 ENGLISH BRUSSELS CARPRT8.
LOT OF PRKCIOU8 STONES.
32 SILVER WATCHES AUD JEWELRY.
LOT OF WATCH MOVEMENTS.
LOT OP GLASS WARE
By HOWARD SCHENCK. this day, Mb 1 aslant, at It
s'olock M., st ths ialusisasa.d? Liberty street
TTKNKT D. MINER. AVCTCfW*ER.-SALESROOM X
H Naeeaa street, opposite the Peat oSee.
B
I4U or A LAMB AMD VALUABLE PRIVATE COL.
? lection or ancient on. PAirrmo*.
I HIKER A SOBERVTIiLB wtU Mil at aliotlou oa WED
INESDAT and TH TBS DAT EVENINGS, J AMI ART Wand
I SI, at 7W o'clock, at thatr new and spacious
111 FIKE ART OAI.LbRT. _
?ft! Fifth arcane, southwest corner offWrto^sttML, ?
this city. collected during ihe last thirty years In Europe,
Canada and America, and never before publicly exhibitedla
this country.
In this collection are many eery tan pictures, pronounced
by coaaoiaeeure to be undoubted originals, which are partic
ularly worthy of the attention of the art public. Among thom
will bo fouag the works or
Rubens, Baaaaao, Paola Veronese.
Rembrandt, P. Brtl. Brenghel,
J. Vernet. It. Teniera, Bergbema.
Oorreglo, Velerques, Watteau.
Worermana. Van BemmtL Salrator Bosa,
M. Carrauaggie, Latresae, DeHeern,
Mara 11a. Ouercino, Oiordana, and others.
The shore era aow on ethihitlon day and ersnlngat the
gsllerias as a bore. Cataloguee rsn bo had at the oflce of the
auctioneers or at the gallery.
H
RKRY D. HIKER, AUCTIONEER.
SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, AC.,
HIKER A KOMKRVI1.LE. TURSIIAT, JAN 29.
AT 12 O'CLOCK. AT THEIR HORSE AUCTION HART,
UNION PLACE STABLES, 82 BAST FOURTEENTH
STREET. NEAR FOURTH AVENUE.
Regular Horse sale* at our auction mart, Union Piece
stable* every TuesdiT throughout the year.
Messrs. MINRB A HOMKRVILLK offer unsurpassed ad
raatagea In location, experience aud business capacity to
parties wishing to buy or desiring to sell Horses, Carriages,
Or anything pertaining to the horse business.
Hknrv kkltman. auctionker?office room
No. d Clinton Hall?aella this day, at ItH, e'elock, at 3M
Ksat Sixth street, near avnut D. elegant Furniture of a
family, alt new. comprising 24 Hair Cloth Chairs, large
French Bedstead, Bahr Jumper. Cane sad Wood Chair.,
Marine Top Bureau, Waahstenda. Ac. Sale in Iota posi
tively, by order of D. Lauber, executor. On Monday, large
boarding bouse sole, in Iota.
HENP.ro. I'VAKS. AUCTIONEER?WILL BELL THIS
day, ai l o' rlork, a rlrh assortment ol French China
Boheinlaii Glassware. Parian tnarble French Clocks, Ac., the
oemplete importation of B. Bebrtsch, 4iS Broadway.
J BOO ART, AUCTIONEER-WILL SELL ON MON
? day. Ban. 23, al 10){ o'clock, at the auction rooms No.
I North William street, a general assortment of Household
Furniture, Carpets, Beds and Bedding. Stores, Ac.; also one
Spanking Machine, a one-seatcd Sleigh, pane! aides, polo
ood shafts. _
J BOO ART. AUCTIONEER!
. Mortgage sale of Crockery, Glassware, Fancy Oooile,
Ac. This day, at II o'c aak, at Sil First avenue, near Twenty
II rat street, a large assortment of Crockery and U lata ware.
Lamps Feroseno Oil. Fanry Toys, China Vases, Deesnters,
TmuWera. Basket*. Brooms. Brushes, A*.; also Stars Fit
t'"e.s and Shelving Peter Cook, Attorney for Mortgage.
J BOGkRT, AUCTIOKKEE.?MORTGAGE RALE OF
* V5L1M* tore?This day, at 10 o'clock, at southwest oor
nor of Hester **4 nailer streets, the Stock and Fixtures of
a Liquor Store. 10SF.PU STORKS, Att'y for Mortcogoe.
MARSHALL'S SATw
HOOP SKIRT
_ ?r , **? OwAt TO MANUFACTURERS
Rkherd Walter*. aurftioneei,.ill soil, on Monday. Jasu
ary ?. at It A. M. at AucUoa ^r^, ft ,n(j n Ea.t Brood
way. a large stock of Hoop Skin. Material, consisting of
asserted Wire, Looms, Webbing, cuum Ac , Ac
F. OOLLIVg, City Marshal).
N
OTICB.-BT VIRTUK OF A WARRant ISSUED
_ by the Collector of Internal Revenue fnl the Ninth
Collection district of New Turk, I will expose ano offer for
sale ai public auctioo, on Monday, toe 4ta day of Fewnarv
1897. al r,(t ward Luff's, 110th street and Harlem lane, 3 llogi
and Cam se. the property of James carton, which ha**
been distrained for non-payment nf tat.
CHA8. P. FIERCE. Deputy Callector,
(47 I sxtngton avenue, east side, botwoen Fifty-fourth and
Fifty fffth si men.
Richard Walters, rhrriff'b auctioneer.
FIRST CLASH OKOCKKT STORK,
Corner Thirty ninth street ood Slith aronue,
will Ml en Saturday, at U ovick, the Stock of Oreoorloo
aod Liquors at above store. consisting of gas Wines in hot*
ties and came. Sugars, Teas, Coffees. Bplces, Butter. Lard,
Raisins, t.ltroa Hsuer*, Flour. Scales. Store Flttures. Ac.
?Big P<?11tll,T* day of solo. Alto ono English
Coffee Mill, Worts Wagon and llarnoas,
RE. ROLLINS 4 CO., AUCTIONEERS, WILL SELL
e thla day. al 10)4 %? clock, the entire eonteate of Lienor
Storo corner Walts ant Greeawich streeu, cotslsilng of
Bar and Bar Flxlurea, Be.r pump. Tumbler*. ((Junes, Hot
ties and eeerythtng usually ?onnd in a atoro 0/ this kmi
Williamkrkkei.lt, aiotiokkbr-wii-l hrll.
- % ,'*7' ?l 1,1 "'clock,
at no. B. Sixth avonua. coruer Jventy-nrst street, by order
of the e.scutors of HenrvB?danA erased. PartorVuroiture.
46
;TH AUCTION RALE.
jo.nno tons rcrantok ol?t.
ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. M.ragy
K*w Ton*j,n w lag*
The Delaware. I.arkawai.ua and Western lAiirrii in,?
panr will sail by Messrs, JOHN H.DRAPKTaTK
tloneers, at the company's sales room. M Eitr.u,"i>h?
comer of William street. New Tork, on WrdoeedfJ^??n ni'
Insk. al 11 o'olook, noon '< "9a
SO.bOO TONS
?f fresh mined coal, from the Lachswapim region* ?r ik*
usual slsaa, delivera'de at Ihsir depot, ? KFialiethuori m J
during the month of February, mf. wmpon *? '??
Tsnns:?Fifty cents per-on, payable lit current fund. ?
the day of sale, and th? oalanbo, within tea day* therms'tar
JOHN BRIBBTK,
I'rssident.
^TL'HE*. JEWRI.Rt,
WatcSRR. suitable FOR APE('tTLAnVM~A1t?
lSJSffl^f.flrwswfsj?s^J5
Hand for new price list. LIONEL JACOBS, 177 |r-- ' _
~~ ~ RKHTAURANTl.^^, ?
PBETTY CtOAR GIRL. IK 8R0*DwS,ba^a^mp?*S
cigars of choice brands, rJ^^twehel W
wines. Elegtnt sample and reading room
?roadwny. Oentlemen please call __
MPRKHHRl. .
lift VV I'.HT
A ?BURNHAM'B R',RN,T05R.,J,*r,^,iH-P?''nl<ure
J\. Mftvenlh at reel, nesr . ttxrw pooled
movod oily o* country . furniture ttr7
and shipped money a4?aaoedon furut?? e
Kt'ROPF.AIf
London and mbw york ^1**
Pusige to Londoo direct $90. 0Urr,ucY' V
Damage from London $76 $?*)and _ . _
BBLLONA, I'apialu pTxoe, from
OlLLA, CapULi fileadelt. lro:n New k "fSJStHK.'f
WM. PK. N N, Capiat* Hlllinge from Now ??*; Mnrrh I
AT ALA NT A, CnpUln Pinkkam fiom Sew ',"arch
The British mm atom* hp H ELLON A w u. *??? J*w
(o. S North river, for London dir<cl, on Tuasu "? ' eliru
No
?'mil further notice the steamers of thu linn will ?f*'' "
Brent to land passenger*, oommeuclng with the W1 t'*?
Pcsn, to nail HaturUy. March t Hsgrnue checked . ^ r
ticket* sold through br rail to Parte at 25 per oent leaa tha V
regular rata*. Excursion tickets, araitable for nix months,
issued at n reduced rate.
Freight will be taken and through bills of lading given to
?arm, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Dunkirk.
For passage applr to
<11AR
ABLER A WHITNEY, M Broadway.
For freight apply at M South at reel.
ROWLAND A ASPINWALL, Agents.
OTEAM TO LIVERPOOL, CALLINO AT. QUEENS
n town?The Inmsn Line, sailing i
_ semi-weekly, carrying
the Utilled Slates snslIs.
OITT OF NEW TORE, Saturday. January 36
KANOAgOO. Wednesday. January *1
CITY OF BOSTON, Saturday, February I.
OITY OF DUBLIN. Wednesday February A
CITY OF PARIS, Saturday, Februarr 9.
And ear* succeeding ssiundsy and Wednnndsy, At noon*
from pier di Horth river.
RATES OF PASSAOE.
BY THE MAIL STEAMER SAILING EVERY SATURDAY,
rarasi a in sous. I rsTASia is coanssOT.
FIRST CABIN $90 I 8TEEBAOB $W
To London 911 To London..., #
To Paris.105 j. To Paris ..45
Passage by the Wednesday Steamers, first cabin. $W;
eteerage, OS. Payable to United States currency.
Passengers also forwarded te Harm, Hamburg, Bremen,
Ac., $4 moderate rates.
Steerage passage from Liverpool or Queenstown. $37. cur
rency. Tickets can be bongbt here by person* sending for
their friends.
For further inforamtton, apply At the oomnany'a offices.
JOHN O. DAI A Agent,
16 Broad war. N. t.
CTEAM TO GLASGOW AND LIVERPOOL.
O Calling at l-ondimderrr to land passengers and mail*.
THE FAVORITE PASSRWOER SIR Alt EBB OF THE
ANCHOR LINK
Hail evert Saturday.
IOWA. Craig..... Saturday Feb. t
INIA, _ ~
CALEDONIA, Maodonald. Saturday. Fab. $
Pram pier 44 North river. _
I RATRfl OF FASSAQE PAYABLE IN CURRENCY.
To Liverpool, Glasgow and Derry, cabins, $90 and $10;
steerage. $30.
Prepaid certificates from these ports to New York, $36.
~ ' Havre. "" * *
To Harre. Hamburg. Antwerp. Ac., $100 and $17.
For further information epply at the company's office*.
FRANCIS MACDONALD A CO.. Agents.
N*. 0 Bowling Oreen, New York.
STRAH FROM AND TO LIVERPOOL OR QUEENS
town.?'The QUKF.N sails 96th. Pannage $30. curmncy.
Prepaid Ticket* and Drafts on England and Ireland at
lowest rates at the Black Star Passage offioe, 273 Peart
street, near Fulton. ,
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN TWICE
A WEEK. PASSAOE $30 CURRENCY
Prepaid tickets from Liverpool or Queenstown $33, cur
^Applf td TAP8C0TT. BROS. A CO.,
H6 South street and 23 Broadway.
National steam nayioation compant.
(Limlted.l
8TEAMBRS WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT
QUEENSTOWN.
Leaves pier 47 North river as follows:?
Leaves pier 47 North river as follows:?
THE QUEEN. Cspuln Orogan, Saturday, January 2$.
DENMARK. Captain Thomson, Saturday. February A
VIRGINIA, Captain Prowsc, Saturday. January 16.
HELVETIA. Captain Thompson. Saturday, January 21.
ENGLAND, Cai I iin Grace, Saturday, March 2.
Cabin passage. $100: steerage. $30.
Steerage passage tickets, to bring patties from Llverpeol
?r Queenstown, for $36 iu rurrencr.
Through passage to Paris, Antwerp. Hamburg,
Ac., at low rates.
Bremen,
Drafts issued for any amount, payable at any bank in
(treat Britain or on the continent.
Por freight and cabin passage apply at the office of the
'.Ill ^
company, 57 Broadway.
And for steerage tickets at the passage office of the com'
psny, 37 Broadway and 376 Pearl street, near Fulton.
F. W. J. HURST, Manager.
TkTEW YORK AND BREMEN STEAMSHIP COMFANT.
IN THE FIRST CLASS U. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIP
ATLANTIC, Uhas. Hover, commander.
Will leave Pier 44 N. R. on THURSDAY, FEB. 7, for
SOUTHAMPTON and BREMEN,
Taking passengers to Southampton, London. Havre and
i, at the roll " *
Bremen, at the following rates, payable in gold or its equiv
alent in current
First cabin, $130: second cabin, $70; steerage, $37 60.
To be followed by the BALTIC.
Far freight or passage apply to
ISAAC TAYLOR. President.
40 Broadway.
maa north qkkman llotd's steamship
4*. ^ssJWiiwsa asrs. ?.
*-?r?? "siigs/wa,?,.?,
BREHRM FIa'boUTHAJHTOH,
TAKING PASSENGERS TO
1.0KD0K, HAT**, SOUTH AM PTON AND BMIBif,
at Uo follswlng iMWi payable in goig er Its equivalent In
first cabia, W; mmM eaMn, t?; ateeraga,
br the staamihip UNION, J. H. Van San
ten. matter, on February #, 1887.
Fbr freight or P^'ggfc*, g pq, w Bro>d ,trfet.
ONLY DIBKCT LINK TO FRANCE.
The doners! Tranaatlantlc Company's Malt Steamahlpn
between New York and Havre, calling at Brest.
The splendid new vessels on this favorite route for the
continent will sail from pier SO. North river.
VII.LE TIB FARTS, Snrmont, Saturday, Jan. fit
EUROPE. Lemarih, KatuMsv, Feb. ?.
ST. LAURENT. Bocande. Saturday. Feb. &
FERE IRE. Duchesne. Saturday. Mar.
PRICE OF PASSAGE IN (TOLD.
First cabin. BltfO; second cabin. $100: Including wine.
These steamers do net carry steerage passengers.
Medical attendant free of charge.
' Passenger* intending to land at Brest ran b? furnished on
board with railroad coupon ticket* and their baggage checked
to Paris at an additional charge ef $5 for drat and $11 for
second oIam.
OROROK MACKENZIE, Ay*nt, M Brotdwmy.
THE HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S
Iron mall steamship
GERMAN! A.
H. P. Sebwensen, commander, carrying the United States
mall, wlU sail on Saturday, February ?? ?' 1* M., for
HAMBURG,
taking passengers for Hemburg, Havre, Southampton and
London.
Flr*t cabin, $115: second cabin, $75; steerage, $37 fO, pay
able In gold or its equivalent.
The BO RUSSIA will follow. Febniarv 1(1.
KUNHARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARDS A BOAS.
General Agent* Oeuersl Pansenrer Afanta
45 Exchange place. V. Y. No. C Barclay street, N. Y.
OTF.AMBR YILLE DE PARIS-FOB BREST AND
O Havre, will leave pier No. 50 North river, foot of Mor
ton street. Stltirdav. Jan. ISA. at 10o'clock.
Passengers arc requested to be on board at 9H, o'clock.
REMITTANCES TO GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. -
Drafta for ?1 and uuwnrd*. payable on demand, issued
at lowest rate* bv TAPSCOTt, BROS. A CO., W South
street and 23 Broadway.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS.
TTIoR CALIFORNIA, VIA PANAMA.
F The Pacific Vail Steamship Company's steamer
RISING STAR wlU, aall on-Frldsy. Fehruury|l, at IS o'clock
noon.
Freight reeelved uutll S P. M. on l bo dap before ths sail
ing of the steamer.
For partlenUr* Inquire at the freight odiee on the com
pany's pier. 41 North river, foot of Canal street
WELLS, FARGO A CO..
Sole. Freight Agents P. M. & S. Company.
ST. .HJHN'H, P. K.. ST. THOMAS. I.AOUAVRA AND
PORTO CARE LI A).
The first class steamahip GNT.F STREAM, carrying the
Uulted States mails, i* now reoe'ring freight at pier 9# East
river, and will aall Wednesday, February fi at S P. M
The boats of this line make connection with steamers from
Hi Thomas for Jamaica. Windward Islands, Ac.
For freight or pnssagn apply uj
SMITH A DUNNING,
55 Smith street.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE
TO CALIFORNIA.
CARRYING UNITED STATES MAIL.
VIA PANAMA RAILROAD.
Steamers leaee pier 41 North riser, foot of Canal street, si
12 o clock, noon, as follows:?
February 1st?RISING STAR. Captain W. O. hurber, ooo
necung with MONTANA, Captain Sutton.
February 11th?HENRY CH.MNCEY. Captain A, O.
Gray, connecting with CONSTITUTION. Captain Carerty.
February list?'TEAN QUEEN Captain T. A. Harris,
connecting with GOLDEN AOK. Captain LapMn.
All departures tourh at Acapulco: those eflat and 21st
connect st Penamn with simmer* for South Pseii.c pons;
1st and nth for Central American porta, aug tbuae of 1st
to'ien at Manranlllo. .... ..
Departure of llth oach month connects with the new
steam lime from Panama to Australia and New Zealand.
Steamer of March 11. IW. will connect with the com
nativ e steamer COLORADO, to learn San Francisco for
Yokohama and Hong Kong on April 3. 1H>".
100 pounds baggage allowed each adult. Medicines end
stlendenoe free. ...
For passage tickets and a I further Information apply at
IheofiSceon the wharf, foot of Canal street. North river,
New York. F. R. BABY. Agenu
North American steamship company
OPPOSITION LINE TO CALIFORNIA,
VIA NICARAGUA, EVERY TWENTY DAYS.
WlU despatch the first class Steamships
SAN FRANCISCO. Cept. Behm. January 50
SANTIAGO DB CUBA. Cap'* Smith, February 110,
From pier 9 North river, foot of Warren street, at noon,
with passengers sod freight, at very tow rales Connecting
?n the Pacific Ocean with the fine eteimshipn
AMERICA. Captain Wakrman. and
MOSES TAYLOR. Captain Blethen.
For further Information apply in the North American
Steamship Company. WM. ^
64 Exchange place N T.
D. N. HARRINGTON, Agent,
|?7 West street. corner Warren street. N. V. 1
? is ?m mm i ? ' ? ? ? ' . ?. . . . .. . . ?
FOR ST. THOMAS AND BRAZIL. I
UNITED 8SATF.3 AND BRAZIL MAIL STEAMS!!'
COMPANY. I
REAULAR MAIL STEAMERS, sailing on ths ?
every mnnihj? _
SOUTH AMERICA. Captain E L. Tlrklepaugh, Februv v
GUIDING STAR, Captain Geo. It. Nloeum. ... Ms*
NORTH AMERICA. Captain L. F. Timmerman A
These elsgant steamers sail on schedule time v I
Ft. Thomas Pars, Pernsmbuco, Bahlaand Rio Jan >?? gu
and returning, for engagement of freight or pa** . i
to GARRISON a ALLEN. Agent |
_ No. 5 Howling Ore m, >' .? |
T"in^^YB^W.5.'^rva,:.^c^r-' ? Mi.i
i i. it.nwlswf will despatch one nf ' heir e*., ?
. ***>2ZS3SL SrWSdn .day February PI r
JC^i wher?"'? v"1 "iiltKi with the comr? a
'd Thomaa. ??;r%boTe pnris. For freigl.l ps isge o- *r*
sjeamers for t underslgnad. at the com^iny's *.
sriwisi'a-eeaftSbo. 0.?*.,^ ?.
OeAS. M. pBMtak, Baoretary
XJ"wFSlt7A>IKAH V AlV.' STB AM Sill 'A'GMT . iY.
U WFRl w^R0l or railing day.
Kvnrv Saturday, atsteamships , -
MORRO 0A9TL1. Adam ..Ss'^rday, ?????;?
H^H^-rlZsage apply toGARHI&N iW
Agents. No $ Bawling Oraao. *. T.
romfwisB 8tra**hips.
&
AT ANA AND NttW ORLEANS.
II NOTICE. , ,
The itMBtr MANHATTAN, havingJ? ??
m#nHR body ot toe on leaving bei berth, whereof ax?? wta
forced bkci upon the dock and sustained somei .Uiua^W
her guard, wlllba detained for ropiUis uutll Saturdav ?*n
Inst" at 3 P. M.. at winch tune aha will positively sail ae
4 '^Freight and passage will be laken At the former advertised
" uaUl ^ cUAs" A WHITNET, Agent. ? Broadway.
Z~~m GALVESTON, TEX AH?8 At UNO WEBKl.^?
F^ Milne. The Al ft-amer EUTBRPP, Kldrldge. com
will receive freight At pier *) Ka?l rivar. sud eaU
mTwedu January 3U, dropping passengers At Kef
. . or Duuit. havlua superior aeeommndaiioae,
Tor freljhv f C. H. MALLOKY A CO.,
ipj,> to 1SS MAlden land.
TON. TEXAS. DIRECT.?THE FINN,
rR iTVALVPA tte steamship TYBEK, Captain D. Caut
feel a. "t f*?'0' No. 4. North rtrer, on Thursday. Jan. D,
kins, will lea*? Pi?* ,r (;?l?eaton
At 12 o'clock, noon, fa ? baring iplendld aeoorn modal Ion*
For freight .wILESToN A CO., V Broadway,
apply to aPOFfNjRD, \ m
S. ? ORLEANS.-THE NEW YORM
TAR LINE TO NEW lD.>t n,,e ocean steamers wffll
Mail Stcamshlt ' Coma. o'clock P. M., aa follows ?
leave plerad North rt '?*? *' * On Saturday, Jan. M
HAVANA - On Saturday, Feb. 1
MERRIMACK. . On Saturday. Feb. ?
offlc4 upon yj, pi? far
MISSISSIPPI ......... office i
AU bllL of lading aignt ^ nt tha
freight or passage apply to . No. 8 Bowling Or
C. t OARRlSoN Pi weldent.
rR NEW ORLEANS DIR. *g*'. OEOROB WAS*
The new and Bret claaa a pier N*. ?, North
1NOTON. Captain E. V. Unger, v ?*. M.
river, on Hattirdav Januarv NX* 0'dOCk , vl unonuandm
?tvuar/tt| a'wprwiu ?? We UMVI. *1 a tea?W * *
river, on Saturday. January 28. at ?L- L. wt >imiM<h
For freight or passage, having '"uurparfv ; ?'
done, appTy te mnMmw.r . \ CO.. IB EV
. Be B. CTROMWoLL 4b si,,? i^u f Be
The QEoEQE CROMWELL, will to V?* Febroar. ?
ilOB MEW ORLEANS?BLACK E'i -
' ' - FUNGSHDKY. Cantata ? X
JR. ?MMMNlf rVHMaaVDl, VWWW 1 V, M t|M
pierM. North rivov, on Bataniay Mannar) jgi.yX >
M For freight arnaseage. hawing handsoL Var IX '
Li OR MEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
D Saturday, Jan. 26. at I P. M. \
Flrat cabin. MA aeaend. $* \
Freight at rodnoed rates.
ALLEN B. THOMAS A CO.. No. ? Bowling Oi
COUTHEBN LINE .FOB NEW ORLEANS.?Tha
O steamship LODONA. Capt. Hovey. will raeeire freig.\
at pier 81 Bast river and nil with despatch.
Freight taken at reduced rates. For freight or paeaaan
" 0 cv ^
(passenger aooommodatlon* unsurpassed; apply
MALLOB Y A CO.. US Maide i lane.
Empire line for savannah.
Every Saturday, from pier No. U North rtvaft
Punetu .lly at 3 o'clock P. M.
The favorl.e atdewbeel steamships
SAN JACINTO, Loveland. commander eaiie January 38
. r-j
SAN SALVADOR, Atkins. comm*nder aalle February j
Through tickets and bills of lading to ull points, in cooaen
tlon with Central Railroad of Georgia, AUantlo and OnW
Railroad nnd F orida steamers.
Elegant passenger accommodations.
GARRISON A ALLEN, No. 5 Bowling Oreen, N. T.
For savannah, oa.. evert thursdat.?irm
Atlantic Coast Mail steamship Company's sidewhoM
steamships
IIERMaN LIVINGSTON, Captain Baker, sails Thursdays
January 31.
GENERAL BARNES, Captain Morton, as lis Thursday,
February 7.
From pier M North riser, at 3 P. M., precisely.
Through paeAage tickets and bill* of lading to all points tm
connection with the Central Railroad or Georgia. For
freight or passage apply to
LIVlNuHTON, FOX A CO., Agents, 88 Liberty streak
FOR CHARLESTON, 8. C.-THP. FLORIDA PORTS
and the South and Southwest?'"he popular and elegant
aldewheel steamship QUAKER CITY, W. H. West, com
mander, will leave pier No. 14 Bast river, on Ssturd*/,
January 26, connecting with steamer DICTATOR for the
Florida porta. Passage tickets and bills of lading Isanad ta
all of the principal points on the South Carolina Railroad
and connecting railroads at reduced rates For
Ac., apply lo ARTHUR LEARY, 73 William street
FOR CHARLESTON, 8. C.-THK PEOPLE*? MAIL
Steamship Company.?The regular and popular sienna
ship EMILY B. 80UDF.it, Captain Lockwood. will leare on
Wednesday, January M, atS P. M., from pier Ne. 88 North
river, landing frelgbt on Saturday morning at Charleston.
Through tickets and billa of ladlnc Issued to all .potakn
South in connection with the South Carolina Railroad.
LIVINGSTON, FOX A CO.. Ageats, 88 Liberty street
FOR CHARLESTON. S. C., THE FLORIDA PORTE
and the South sad Southwest ?The popular and elspiwl
side-wheel steamship QUAKER CITY, W. H. West, Cms.
jais ssaraa.'S
oeedlog Saturday.
R RICHMOND, PETERSBURG AND NORFOLK.
The steamship RALEIGH will ten ptor M
TOOR RICHMOND, NORFOLK AND CRN POINT,
r The iMewheel steamships
HATTERAS, Captain Ale under Evenr ftatnnte*
ALBEMARLE, Captain Bourne Everv Wedneadajk
At 12 M.. from pier ? North river, giving through billwef
lading, Ac.. to an peiata oat he 8ea board Railroad aal Mo
connections.
LIVINGSTON .FOX k CO., AgentA WLiberty i
F?
river, on Saturday,"January 28, at 11 M., giving through
of lading to ail point* on the Seaboard and Roan aha Bad
road and it* connection*. Freight for Richmond and Pet ere
burg wilt be reehlpped at Norfolk.
LIVINGSTON, FOX k CO., Agonte. ? Liberty Wrote.
CONHIGNKBS PBB ALEPPO AND CUBA ARB B*.
quested to remove their good* now lying, at their riak
of Sre and other Injury, on the CunartV wharf, Jnrany City.
B. Cl.NAKD. No. 4 Bowling Own.
COAL, WOOD, AC.
CORK $3 U PBR CHALDRON IN THR YARD, AT
the Manhattnn Gas War!a. foot of Weat Eighteenth
atreet and foot of Rati Fourteenth street. Delivered at
S3 SO per chaldron by CRAP8KR k BURNS, Waal
Eighteenth street, and JOHN SMITH, eornar of avnnn* 0
and Real Fifteenth street
MEDICAL.
Always surf? a patient writes: -i spent
$10 for drtiea. All failed. Electricity relieved in* In
leu mtut.tr. without pain or exposure." A private lettar,
worth forty books alven away; write far It and aave health
and money. Dr. and Msdame DUBOIS, SB Third avanua.
A
miCR TO MARRIED ladies.?madams RR*.
__ TF,I,L'S Infallible French Female FIIU; No. 1. prim
or No. 2. price $6. which can naver fall; aafa aad
healthy. Odlcr 64 West Thirty fourth street, near Mxtb ava
il lie. Sent by mail. Address box %'JU. Also said at dmg>
gisfa, 1A2 Greenwich street
GREAT AND SL'RB REMEDY FOR LADIES.-T ?H
Portuguese Female Pills always give Immediate relief!
A
price gJl Beware or imitator* ? ho copy mv udvartiaem-1
tu sell poisonous ,-ompoundi a* ? L idi-? Fills."
Dr. A. M. MaI'RIOKAII. LP Llhartr
ABLKSSINU TO LADIES.?A LADT WRITES:-POR.
tugucao Female Fills relieved ine la one day, w than*
inconvenience, like magic. Prtoe $8. Dr. A M. MAt/RL
CKAU, offlce 19 Liberty street, or sent by mail.
AM. MAl'UICRAU, M D., PROFESSOR OF MID Wt PR.
. ry, thirty vears' practice, at 19 Liberty street. Usse
antee certain relief to ladles, from wnalever cause.
A CAUTION TO LAD1RS.?POISONOUS COMPOUNDS*
called "French Regulator ' aad "Ladles' Pills," ara at
tempt cil to be palmed upou the unwary by nopf tng my aR
verliaernents. Be not deceived. Obtain only of Dr. A. m.
MAUKICRAU. 19 Liberty street.
A -MADAME GRINOLR, PEN VLB PHYSICIAN, MR
. 8 Amity plana, can he consulted oa all fsmall a?m
pLints. Pleasant room* for iadia* who dealro pond aummg
and medlosl attendance
a -DR GRINDLE. ACCOUCHEUR TO THE PBlFhTR
A ? Lying-in Instfliits. No. 6 Amity plane. Good roama,
board, nursing and medical atlendanon
ALL UNroRTUNATES SHOULD CONSULT DR,
GKINDLK, No. 8 Amity place. Sura mllaf In all apw
rial complaints. Consultations free.
CIONPIDKNTIAL?DR. R. COBBKTT, MEMBER <tf
/ th* New Ymk University Medical College and Reeal
College of Surgeons, London, nan be consulted as uual eg
diseases. ofllre So. 38 Cooler street. A private entrance at
No. 6 City R.J: plane
CdUARI.KH LUTXK, M. D-, TO BROADWAY, 111 Vigil
/ twenty years' successful practice In this clly, gu>raw
lees a pool tiro and Immediate relief to every lady esq rrtng
aperial medioal or surgical treatment from whatever causa,
During thla lima thousand* of ladles have been relieved of
their difficulties without one Instance of failure. Ills isrt
and safe mod* of treatment la endorsed by the whole msU
csl profession. N. B.?The beat acoomntodationa lor ledum
who wish to remain during treatment.
DR. POWERS' ELIXIR RESTORES YOUTH tND
manhood. All oontemplal ng marriage should rtr.i uo
this great remedy. 116 Elm alt-eel
DR. KENNEDY, 1W ELM STRERT. II THR MOAT
suennsafiil doctor to rapvulA Only oflee for perm laaei
cure; warranted in nil rasas.
IMMEDIATE RELIBF FOR LADIRR FROM what.
I avar cause. by Dr. POWRRS, 118 Rim Wreat Uutollmg
bu French Extract and Monthly Pllla. _
T ADIES AFFLICTED. FROCURB DR FOWBKS' ONLY
IJ genuine aeverfalliag Periodical RitfunU and Pill*
Prire $8 Avoid horrlblnJmpoalttan. worthleaa Poriugnoa*
Imitations.
Y ADIES?IN ALL CONFIDENTIAL CABBS CONSCM
I j Or. OUR ANT, No, T Beach street Hie oeol.-aved
rem*,lies never fnU. Prim $8 Bailable, honors'l? aad
M, lenullc treatment. OonaUltationa strictly private
I ADIES, BR NOT IMPOSED UPON; BR CAREFUL
Li lo obtain only Dr. MAUKICKAU'S French l ano lin*
racta so certain in all case* from whatever causa, m
d for pamphlet 19 Libertv street^
1 ADIES CAN RELY ONLY ON DRFtUT"- .
eatev'e r eli1*cb 198 KJaSlnO^A PI'!?' Rollof ? ? I WW
^iMever eauae. 'w oirculwr 198 Elm street.
RA WIN SLOW'A FILM FOR PRMALBS. ?F t TJtA
Streiiath; $6 per bottle. Consultations free on
AHAM. No- lOnrrWl place, corner Bleecksrand 'aurena.
HAONB NBKD1NO CONFIDENTIAL MKDICaL
u II ?
IVATB CONFIDENTIAL MEDICAL AQTIOR
Uonorable and *oloutiHn treatment. Dr. I,?^WI . Na.
ich atraet near Weal Brnadwav. Nrw Yprh^Th" u
ad drbilitsied qiHchl)_ra*ter?alt'i viggrona hWalth _
R AFFI.IcWBDWriiLFiNDCPRT^IN iND AfFK.PT
rwHef by calling on Dr. WRVttadwaf. wheeb
wlli 8nd a true friend nod cuuvavant adrlaor. Donate
ha MttqUr oonadenUht. ,

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