. I I
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
* W1DNB8DAT, AafUBt 18,1880?8 P. M.
Wall street?that la so muon of it aa la not accustomed
to exercise any deep oonaideratlon upon tbe
oomplex features of tbe great financial problem
Which la here every day presented for solution In
Kme net and hitherto untbougbt of shape, or tbe
dden currents flowing from unknown and to tbem
tmdlacoverable sources that feed this great lake of
(peculation, producing varied agitation as their
tolume or number increase or diminish, and that is
HO (mall portion of it?was surprised at tbe exceedly
light offerings of bonds made tbe govern
meat to-day upon the occasion of the third of
the -August purchases by Assistant Treasurer Butterfleld
under Secretary Boutweil's oraer. Proposals
irere wanted for tho sale of $2,000,000 of livetwenties,
as on the nth aud 4th Inst. Upon these
dates the offerings had been of $7,260,000 and
iMiAOO.OOO respectively, while at a later date, when
proposals were Invited ror the sale of $1,000,000, the
Offerings were $2,258,000. To day, however, the
Amount offered was short of the number advertised
for, aggregating only $1,130,200, and these were
mostly at flgures above the current market. Under
tht circumstances, of course, the whole amount
Offered vu accepted, and tbe Assistant Treasurer
lubsequently announced his Intention of advertising
(or the balance of $8fl3,80O for purchase to-morrow.
The circumstance of so tew offerings of course
Immediately suggested a combination on the part of
leading dealers, who did not appear as sellers, with
a new to Influence the open market. It is not asserted
here that such has not been the case, a coaiiK>S
of that kind being by no means a thing likely
be unthogght of by many operators dealing pretty
largely In government bonds, but there Is a possibility
that 'the Incident which suggests It may have
oocurred without any concerted action. It has been
more than once mentioned here that the offerings of
bongs on the market were very light, and especially
of lkte, since the recent depreciation beoame so
marked, and that the receipts from the country had
(alien off to almost nothing. Moreover, brokers having
orders for large amounts have found It extremely
difficult and in some eases lmDosslble. to All them
at (be current figures of the market, the quotations
of which were mostly made upon dealings in very
mall tots, tbe large holders declining to sell unless at
a very considerable advance upon tbe market. It
U apparent from this mat the recent decline In
(rices has bean brought about mainly through the
weaknew and timidity of the small ex-dealers
acquainted with the strong under current Itiat existed
In the market and frightened at the decline lu
J old, Onaer these circumstances, to those who unerstood
ail this and tne undiminished confidence
Milch Investors, great and shiail alike, had In a
lt wag reallj ieas a matter of
'liprlsq that the offerings to the government were
9 light ' to-day tnan would bave been the
offer of. any very considerable amounts at the
pride at which they were ih6h duoted
on the street, \t is probable that If there had oeen any
suspicion on tihe part or the large dealers that the
v proposals to sell would have fallen so much short of
the amount to be purchased some of them might
hare offered bonds at figures above the market, on
the chanoe of their bids being accepted; but, of
course, no such knowledge was attainable, and each
acting from their own understanding of the real
llrmnoss of these securities, the larger dealers knowing
this best, might naturally enough, and without
any combination, have foreborne to submit any proposals.
It may be further remembered, In support
of this theory, that one of the most promt nent dealers
on the street did uot oiler any bouds to the gov|
eminent upon the last two occasions of
these purchases, aud that on Thursday last
1 the entire amount of |l,000,000 was ob|
tamed from one house below tho thon mar1
kot figure, which oiler has not been repeated.
I It Is not impossible to-day that the offerings may
I greatly exceed the amount to be purchased
Upon the speculative Idea abovo suggested, but
It would not be sate, therefore, to assume that
this was the result of another combination. The
market for governments was buoyant and active
alter noon, when the proposals were opened,
and prices advanced generally from 1 to IX per
The first sales of gold this morning were made In
the street at 132%, 132?*, i32?i and 133. The price
opened In the room at 133, whence it again fell off to
182?* a few minutes after eleven, reacting in the afternoon,
shortly before the adjournment of the
board, to 133?*. At the formal closing of the room
the prloe was 133?*. .Subsequently sales wore made
At 133?,', and again at 133!;?the price later advancing,
and toucaiug 133'4 at five o'clock, at which
Kiure It closed. The rise of the premium In the afmoon
la attributed to heavy purchases by impor|
ters for the payment of customs duties and the covering
of short contracts. Cash gold was In demand,
And the rate for carrying ranged from 2 to S per
oent, with exceptional transactions at 5 '4 and 7 per
cent. The disbursements of coin interest to-day
amounted to $118,792. The transfers of gold between
New York and San Francisco thus far amounts to
The operations of the Gold Exchange Bank to-day
were:?Gross clearings, $35,221,000; gold balances,
$21,413,699; currency balances, $3,243,754.
The money market worsen without new features,
and borrowers on call w ere easily supplied at six
and seven per cent on government ana stock col
laterals respectively, ai .New uncans exchange on
New Yorz Is firm and shipments of specie here are
reported. The demand for currency from the West
Is Insufficient yet to nircct tills market, hut the
banks there givo notice of a probable active
demand for funds at nn early day. Commercial
paper Is dull, and prime ranges from 8* to 13 per
In the stock market the principal feature to-day
eras Wabash, which was active and strong.
It Is now stated that a preliminary arrangement
has been agreed upon betweon
representatives or the Lake Shore and Toledo,
Wabash and Northwestern Railroad
companies for the perpetual lease of the latter road
to the Lake Shore. The terms provide that the
Wabash stock shall receive three per cent semi-annually
ror the llrst year, three and a half per cent
for the second yoar, and four per cent for the third
year, after which the dividends shall bo tiie same as
declared upon the Lake Shore stock. The directors
Of the Lake Shore Company have not yet acted upon
Paolflo Mall was weak notwithstanding the deSlaratlon
to-day of a three per cent quarterly dlvlend,
payable September I. The transfer book
Olosed August 30 and re-opened September 3. The
rest of the market was barely steady through the
?v, at drm et the close. The following were the
prices at the second call of the Stock Exchange:?
Canton, 68 a 60; Cumberland, 84* a so; Western
Union, 88* a 38*; quicksilver, 16 a 18; Mariposa,
t as; do. preferred, 10 a 10*; Pacific Mall, 84* a
UHi Boston Water Tower, 13 a 14V; Adams Ex.
press, 68v a 68V; Wells-Fargo Express, 10* bid;
American Express, 38x a 38V; United States Express,
06 a MX; Merchants' Union Express, lov bid;
Mew York Central, 200 V; Hudson River, 186X; Harlem,
103; Reading, eo,'< a oov; Michigan Central. 131;
Lake Shore, 100: Illinois Contral, 187 a 140; Cleveland
and Pittsburg, loev a 105V, Chicago and
Morthirestern, S3 a S*V; do. preferred, 98 v a 0?x?
Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, 78 a 80V; Rock
Island, 116V a 116V. Milwaukee and St. Paul, 81 v
a 81V; do. preferred, sex a 80V; Toledo and Wabash,
77V a 78; do. preferred, 82; Fort Wayne,
161V a 161V; Alton and Terrs Haute, 34 a 86; do.
preferred, 68V a 60; Ohio and Mississippi, 81 v bid;
Delaware and Lackawanna, llo a 11214; New Jersey
Central, 106X a loo; Chicago and Alton, 167V a 168;
40. preferred, 167 bid; Morris and Essex, 87V bid;
Hannibal and St. Joseflu, l26ai27x;do. preferred,
128 a 125; Columbus, Chicago and Indiana Central,
63 V a 34.
The following were tho bids for city bank stocks
to-day:?Merchants', 127; Mechanics', 140; America,
143; City, 200; Phenix, 10S; National, 110; Merchants'
Exchange. 110; Seventh Ward, 112; Commerce, 128;
Ocean, 100; American Exchange, 116; Bank of the
ttepubllo, 120\; (lanover, 108; Irving, 110; Metropolitan,
137; Market, 122; Nassau, 100; Shoe and
leather, 141; Corn Exchange, 130; Continental, loi;
Importers and Traders', 138)4; l'ark, loo; Central
National, ilUKi Fourth National, 108; Ninth National,
112; Tenth National, 107; Oriental, l&o;
Gold Exohunge, 138; Bankers' and Brokers' Assoola*
SALES AT THE SEW TOW STOCK EXCHAXK.
WMlaMfari Aifut 18?10tl3 A. Df.
A80000 CP 6-2fl,0, '64...0 120M 20ah* Dei A B Can.... 127 ]
gS*,0 US A-20, c,n.. . Il?t< 200 Wella-Fargo Kap.... U?M i
lOOuU US MO. o. '67 1188 60 do SO I
10WJOQ do b80 1198 100 N Y Central RR 21 0? I
85(1110 d<? aS 110*2 100 do SOOtf ]
600 US6'a, 10-40,o..... 112*4 2o0 Harlem RK 162 a
#6000 Tenu 6'a, new 61 'i 600 Reading RR 86*4 1
10(1*1 00 81 , 6C0 do !'6>4 a
Ilhimi do r.l!j 000 Lake ShoreAMS RR 1068
12.000 do 6i 1100 do 1068 r
2000 Va 6'a, new 00 10 do 107 q
16900 N Car B's, n 60 10OANWHU... ? ? ,
?5000 do. ai>eelal tin. 658 lit*1 do SOU
80000 do f.6 800 Cfalc A NW RR p(.. 971,
luOOO do bBO 668 20 do OH
UK no do 66'i 1'0 Chicago A R 1 KK.. 11?
S-jihMl do 658 1 0 do 115.8
10(*I Georgia 7'a HI, 60 do btiO 117
1CU0 do 92 700 do 1158
20i 0 Mlaaouri 6'a MX loll Mil A St 1'aul RR... 618
It'000 do bet call 87 600 do I>60 82Jj ,
8000 Lottiatana 6'a 70 1LK1 Tol, Wab A Weat.... 778 ,
1000 CallfornU 7'a 108 200 do 778
U 00 do be 127 200 do 78 A
lUUIN Y7'a, bl.reg... HWJtf 100 do 7*8 E
1000 Hud Klv lilt in 99 100 do..".".".".!..'.'.'!!! 78S t
<000 UuiT.NYA K lit in. : 0 600 do 78'$ f
1000 Mich Cen 8'a, n b?. 1.10 H O do 76)$ 1
1U00A 4TU2dmpf. . 81)$ 700 do 79
40 0 Tol tW con cr bda 82 >$ 400 do !**? I
4000 T .? W eqlp bda... 76)$ 2M) P. Ft W A Chi KB... 161)$ 6
1000 C A K l.vPRR 7'a. 05 60 do 163 i,
Souo Mich Cen b's.o bi. 150 800 Chicago 4 Altuu KB 167
2000 Long Dock be...,. 91 60 Chic, Bur 4 Or RR. 196
14 ?he Fourth N Bit.... 105 200 Del, Lack 4 We?L.. 111H
26 Bank of Republic... 121 100 N J Central RK.aSO 108
10 Am KioliVe Bk.... 115 160 Morrle 4 E? RR.... 61
26 Tenth Nat Bank.... 107 100 do 87)$ 6
800Paciiic Mall8H Co... 85'$ 6 N Y 4 N 11 RR 145 . o
loo do B?0 86 100 Dub 4 Sioux O RR- HI b
100 Wllketbarre Coal... do
1* .If. and '4:15 o'clock P. M. f
910000 US 6'f, *81, oou.. 122 960000 US 5-20, o, '66.... 120S C
1500 do 13IX 22000 US 6'a, cur"cy.... 108)$ I
5000 do 122', 10000 do lOa*
601, CO do 123 10000 do 108)$ t
127000 US 6-20, c, '12.... 123 804X1 US 5-20, e, '67 119S *
10600 U8tt-2u,o,'86, n... 119k SOOi.O do a3 1191$ ?
44000 do 12o 60000 do b3 130'i ?
40U0 US 5-20, c, '84 121)$ 266000 do ltO'.J 0
8000 US 5-20, c, '65 120 S 1000 US 6'a, 10-40, reg. 110 I
60000 do 129)$ 10000 US 6'a, 10-40, c 112)$ tt
One o'clock P. ill. [
910000 V Car ?' , 67 100 aha Chic AN W RR.. 87)$ ,
100UU Miaamirl 6'a 88)$ 700 do 88 1
1000 CAR IiPac7'a.... 96 100 Chic 4 N W RR pf.. 98,'$ 1
6000 C. C 4 I Cent lat. 84 800 do 97 (
2a aha Ilko! Republic.. 121 30 Dub A Sioux C RR.. Ill
6 Bank of State of NY 110!$ 200 Chlo A Rk I RR ... - 116k /
lOOWeatUTel be 38^ 100 Mil 4 St Paul RR... 81 <2 v
100 do a 8<H lUOO Tol, Wab A W RR? 781*
25 Am Mer Un hip.... 88 100 Mil 4 St P prof, .b 0 89)$ t
200 Reading RR b3 901$ 100 Chic 4 Alton 167)$ r
200 do 96 100 do bat call 158 a
400 do aSO 96 100 Col, C A I O RR.... 34 .
1.0 Mich Cent RK 131 100 N J Central RR..b e 100 i
100 Lake Shore 4 MSRR 103 100 do arfO 105)$ 4
18 do 106)$ 60 Chi, Bur 4 Q KB... - 194)$ ^
Half-past Five o'CIock P. M. ?
^re?? Hit 181$ Northweatern ., 88'$ a 88)$ l
Pacllh: M?ul JOC ^ g3|^ Northwestern pf ft 97
Wel]t-FVk9 El 19)$ a 20 Rock laland.... 116?$ a 115'$ i
K V Cluiral.... 909)$ a 209)$ St Paul HIS a 81)$ *
Hudaon Hirer.. 181)$ a 186 Bt Paul praf.... 89 a 80k f
Harlem 161 bid. Wabaah 78)$ a 79 1
28 a 28)$ Ft Wayne 161V, a ? t
Reading ftl)$a 95)$ Ohio4 Mlae.... >l)$a 82 t
liake Shore 108;$ a 106
Wkdnksdat, August 18?8 P. M. f
Ooff??Rio wm quiet butoteady aj our lost quotations; "
3,004 bags Santos, ex James Hull, tours ioid on private terms !
OtJj<jr 4??y-rlpt]ons were dull, but unchanged.
Cotton.??he market /of this staple wag fairly active, the gi
demand oelng principally from spinners, and prices approcl- t<
aled about dfo. per lb. The sales were S,728 bales, of G
which 2,206 were for spinning, 292 for export, and 230 on spec- ?
ulatlon. For future delivery there was a fair business con- jj
automated at higher prlcee. The sales were 400 bales basis
low middling for December, part at 27.fto.; 400 do. for Janu- II
ary, part at 27Jgc.: 100 do. f. o. b. at Mew Orleans for Decern- &
ber, at 27,',c. 200 do f, o. b. at Savannah for January, at
27c.: 50 do. for October, and In Baltimore 160 bales low mid- p
dltug for October and November on private terms. We
Uplantu JfoWts ffne Or Uant n
_ and Florida, and ilemphii. andTauu. u
Ordinary 28* SKii 29 *
Good ordinary 80?I gl 81*
Low middling 824? 83 83* d
Middling 83'? 84 84*
Good middling 81 i 85 85*
?The first bale ot new crop cotton from Georgfl was raised d
on the plantation of O. S. Shorter, Muscogee county, and re- 01
cclved to-day bvMesars. E.P. Scott A Co. 11 was dlsposod of at id
auction : y Mmsi j. J. u. Draper & Co., and brought 3tic. per
lb.; classification strictly low middling. The first bale of this !
year's crop from Alabama was consigned by Albert Slra?s- n,
burger to Messrs. Lehman Bros, and arrired here to-day. ,
The cotton was raised on the plantation of Messrs. Chap- ^
man a Rivers, and clasalflcd strictly middling. It was sold lb
under the same hammer at 43*c. per lb. and will be shipped O'
to Liverpool. .j,
Fi.och and Grain Receipts,23,948hble. flour,6?1 bbls.
and 133 bags corn meal, 1U4,473 bushels wheat, 61,410 do. corn,
61,727 do. oats and 200 ,lo. barley. The market for State aua ,,
Western Hour ruled firm under a moderate Inquiry and prices ?'
were unchanged. Ca'.lUiruia flour was nominal. The sales 6
were 8,oik) bbls. For Southern flour tho market was quiet
but steady. Sa cs 400 bbls. Rye (lour was In moderate de- JJ
mand and steady In value, bales 275 bbls. Corn meal was
dull but uuebanged We quote:? _
Mo.'/State 8b UO a fit 00 Cj
Superflns State 6 00 a 6 60
Extra State 7 00 a 7 80 tC
Choice do 7 86 a 7 76 gt
Boperflue Western 6 00 a 6 60 a<
Extra do ?. 6 76 a 7 60
Extra Minnesota. 7 75 a 9 00
Round boop Ohio, shipping brands.. 6 60 a 7 60 J'
Round hoop Ohio, trade brand! 7 60 a 6 50 7,
St. Louie low extra 7 00 a 7 60
8t. Louie straight extra 7 60 a 8 00 at
St. Louis choice double extra 8 00 a 9 00 >,
St. Louis choice family 10 CO a 11 00
Southern choice and family 8 00 a 1126 111
Southern superliue and extra 6 00 a 8 00
California flour (lacks end bbls.) 6 00 a 9 60 CC
Rye flour. 4 60 a 6 71 L<
Corn meal, ctly 6 75 a 6 00 cc
Corn meal, Brandy wine 6 16 a 6 25 ,
Corn meal. Jersey 6 76 a ? '
?Tbo demand for spring wheat was very light, ami prices,
though without decided change, tended In favor of the buyer. et
Ambor Winter w.is In fair demand, but at lower pricee. Ad- at
vices from Liverpool report the market there as very dull. d<
The sales comprised about 100,000 bushels i mainly winter and *.
Including R uber winter last evening at 81 70) at $164 for
(steamer) No. 2 spring, $167 a $1 60 for good to choice do.,
$1 04 for spring and winter mixed, $1 63 for red Southern, 1*
$1 65 a f 1 67 for new amber Western, $1 68 for old amber In- M
diana, $1 6i for old amber Michigan In store, $1 70 for ft
white Genesee, $1 57 a $1 63 for red Western and
bl 78 a $1 80 for white Michigan. For No. 1 eprlng
if I 70 wai bid. The market closed steady at $1 50 a $1 60 for
No. 2 spring, according to condition; $1 65 a $1 67 ror nsw *1
amber Western, and $1 80 a $1 85 for California. Corn was
in fair request and flrin. The sales were about 70,000 bushels 81
at $1 17 a 41 22 lor mixed Western and 41 22 for white West- tt
em. Rye was quiet and lower. Sales 2,500 bushels at $1 81
for Slate and| tl 27 for Western. Oate were Irregular and r
lower. The sales were 40,000 buehele attfic. a 67c. for nsw,
closing at 02c. a 66c. for ordinary to choice Western, and 70c. w
a 71c. for old do. Both barley and barley malt continued to f<
rule dull mid nominal.
Fiif.p.iith.-The market was quiet, but rates generally
were without alteration. Tho demand for vessels for charter
was moderate. The engagements were:?'To Llverpoo , 30,000
bushels wheat at 8d., 600 bbls. flour at 2s. 3d., 160 bales cotton ;
hi 8-lbJ., and per steamer, l,6tra oubneis wheat hi ldiad., "
cotton at Jqd. To London, 2,600 bbii. flour at 2a. 8t?d. The pi
charters were:-A British bark, 480 tone, to Havre and Ant- g'
werp on private terms, and a British bark (rechartered) to a
direct port lu the Baltic with 1,8(JU bbls. petroleum at fia. 9d. j
OUNNIF.S Cloth continued In demand and aale were mad*
of 20u bales In Boaton and 200 do. here, on private terms.
The price asked bcre is lUJdc. Bags were quiet at 17o. a n
11 av.?There waa a moderate demnnd at steady prices.
Shipping wna quoted at 6flc., and rotalllota 9!c. a ;tl 25. Long ?j
rye straw wna n trifle tinner, selling at $1 05 a Oil 10. Short
was steady at 85o.
Hops.?The market was very quiet, but prices were un- "
changed. Sales 40 tales at from 70. to 16c. for Inferior to 11
IIf.mp was quiet, but steady at the quotations published
In our last issue. ?
Moi.A8na.-t.?1The demand waa light, and wc beard of no 7,
sa cs of elgnllicance. I'ru-cs temalned steady, however, at "
37c. a 4tic. lor Cuba centrltngal and mtied ; 45c. a 50c. for do.
olayed; 48c. a 60c. for do. muscovado; 60c. a .2*60. for Porto n
Rico; 56o. a66c. for Barbados, and 8Uc. a 95c. for New Ur- li
Navai. Stoma?Crude turpentine was in moderate de- T
mand and lower; 140 blile. were sold at $3 60. for spirits
turpentine the market was quiet but steady at yesterday's
prices. The sales were 160 bbls. at 42*jc. a 43Me., Including '1
New York bbls. at 43)fo. At the elose merchantable and 0
shipping lots were quoted at 42>fc. a 43>jc. Roeln was nmet y
but nrm, especially for the low grades, which were In light
stock. The sales were 500 bbls. strained at 169 80 a $2 38,500 t.
do. and No. 2 at *2 45, 250 do. No. 2 and No. 1 $2 76 a f 4 ,
and 100 do. paie at *6 a $7. Tnr was quiet but Arm at (13 26 (1
a 3)3 30 for Wilmington and $2 50 a #2 60 for Washington. II
On.*.-Menhaden Was Id good demand and firm; 826 bbls. y
were sold at 70c. Of spring lard 60 bbls. were sold at 91 50.
Linseed was quiet, but steady at 97o. a $1 01 In caskl and
bbrs. No sales. Other kinds were dull and nominal. .
Pbovihionb.?Receipts, 50 bbls. pork. SO packages cut *
meats, 879 do. and 100 kegs lard. Yor pork Ihe market was *
Inactive and prloes were nominal, at 933 a 933 ll>f for new
mm, The selea were unimportant. Lire hog* were dull, t(
but firm at lOlgc. a lll)ip? with arrlrale of 1,111) head. Beef n
wee but little eougbt after, but without change In yalue. J,
Hales 76 bbls., at 60. a lie. for plain raees and 12c. a lfo. for
extra do. 'fierce beef wai atlll dull and nominal. Of ,
beef hams, whtoh were steady, 60 bble. were told at Mo. a ?
hoc. Cut meat! were quiet, but eteady. The ealee were 60
package! at 14)|o. for dry ealted and pickled ehouldere, 16c. T
a 17c. rnr smoked do., 18c. a 19>gc. fur pickled heme and 1;
HO^c. a 88140 for emoked and oagged do. Bacon wae Arinly held
at 17c. a 17>,e. The etook ie extremely light. Lard wae u
In fair requeet at eteady prlcee, and ealee were made of 860
packa ee at 18c a ?0ko. for No. 1 to prime eteam and kettle H
rendered, Including 600 packages for thle mouth at 80c.,
eiier'e option. Butter and cheeee were unchanged. We ol
quite:? __ n
new onop buttkb. V,
Stele firkins, full yellow. per lb. fie. a 40o.
State tirklne, light oolnred 14c. a 860.
Weetern reeerve firkins, full yellow 86c. a 87e. 1
Stale, half flrklntube, good to extra. 88c. a 4Ue. tl
Slate, Weleh tuba, goon to prime 38o. a 87s,
Weaterntube, fairto good 81o. a 84s. f,
Stats and Western, common 16c. a Us. V
new cbop cneiei. "
Factories, extra 15 >40. a 16c. u
Factories, fair to good 14c. a 16o.
Factories, common 10e. a 18c. A
Factories, skimmed 7c. a lie. >,
Farm dairies, extra 14o. a lstgc.
Farm dairies, fair to 12)40. a I8I40. .
PRTBOLKVM.?Crude In bulk was (Irmly held at 17140., but rl
the demand was light and tho sales were unimportant. Crude Si
In libls. remained dull and nominal at 880. a 88140. The mar- 01
ket fur refined was quiet, business belns restricted by the
Increased iirmnese of sellers, wbo demanded tbllgo. The sales 9
were t.i.tHl bbls. standard wnlts at 8tc., 6,U00 do. for August
on pneats terms, 1,600 dn. for tbe first balf September at 82
0,0. and 6it) do. for the same delivery on private terms. /
Naphtha was quiet, but sleady at about 1044c. In Phlladelplila
the market was dull, but firm at 82c. a 38l|0. for stan- w
dard whits for August dellvorv. Ths sales were 1,600 bbls. 01
from October to December at 88140., and 8,0U0 do. from Hep- A
leinber to December at the same price. jj
ltioK.?Carolina was eteady and Arm, with ealee of 64 ?
raske at 8!?o. a R'ic., the latter price for choice. Kangoon Is
was quiet, out steady at TJ40. a Sc. II
8teakins. The (ransHi'tlont were small, but prlcss re- ai
malned linn at 20e. a 81c. for fair to prima in hhde and tt
Hxxim. Calcutta linseed wee firm, with sales of 1,000
bags at 48 14. go,d duty paid, and 1,004 do. (In Boston! at a
42 undo. dress wasaud, but unchanged In yalue. ti
Hboaii.-Kaw continued In good demand, clilelly frnm reflners,
and the market was tleady at yesterday's prices. The
ssles were l,1i,? hhde. at I8 40 a 13>tc. for I'orto Klco and
ll;?e. a Mu. for Cuoa; aleo 4cj boxea, part Bl III40, a 18\e,
m YORK HERALD, THC
Refined ?u celling moderately M I6W?. a 16',n. for hard,
14 ic. a 14ko. for aoft while, 141^0. a 1414 o. for extra C ana
13'-?c. a 14^0. for yellow. We quoteRaw?Inferior to common
redoing Cuba, lOHo. a like.; fair to good do., tlygn. a
ll.'.o., lair to good grocery, llVo. a 12k0- prime to choice
lo., 13'^). a lH^c. i centrifugal ao. (hhd*. and boiee), lOlgo.
k13 qo. ; molaeeee do. (hlide. and boxes;, lOo. a like.; meado,
Sc. a Oku. Havana? Hole* 1). 8. Nor. 7 lo 0, llo. a
11V'. 1 do. do., Id to Id, lllto. a 12 ',<>.: do. do. 18 In la. 121,c.
t l?kc- ido. do. Ill to 18,13k?- 14'?c- do. 10 to 20, 14Ho. a
Ac.; do. do. white, 141*0. a lfi^c. Porto Rloo-Kelining
;rudee, ll'Jc. a lUfo.; grocery do., 12c. a 131*1.
WiiiSKFY.?Kecclpte, l.Ool hble. The demand wae etlll
lauably active and price* were tlrrn. baie* *00 bbl*. at
II 18 a 8*1 17, tax paid.
kXADDIAnr O AMr-t nr I Ti ir\
itinitivinui-g nivlf uc.t\ no.
Anderson?Bishop.?In this city, on Tuesday,
lugust 17. by Kev. Howard Crosby, at the residence
1f the bride's uncle, Samuel C. Bishop, Mr. Joseph
lndkhson, of Macomb, ill., to Miss Ellen Ianson
Its ho*, formerly of Uoftton, Mass.
Gaw?Burke.? On Wednesday. August 4, by the
lev. Ctiarlea M. Partem AS, Liwut Gaw, of this city,
o Julie A. Burke, of Greeapolnt, L. I. No cards.
Murphy?Shelly?On Wednesday, August 18, at
lighlaiidsot Nuvesink, N. J., by the Kev. J. Daly,
Ir. liouKitr s. Murphy to Mrs. Margaret Siiklly,
oih of Brooklyn (E. D.), L. I.
Bedeioer.?At Flushing, L. I., at the residence of
ier lather, John W. Lawrence, Caroline B., widow
f Henry Bcdcigcr, or Virginia, in the 42d year of
The friends of the family are Invited to attend the
aneral, without further notice, from St. George's
hurch, Flushing, this (Thursday) afternoon, at naififtst
Casiun?On Monday, August 18, after a long and
annul iiiucaa, airs, ihauy lasuin, ageu 71 years.
The relatives and friends of the family, also those
if her sou, John Dciunv, aro respectfully Invited to
ttend the funeral, from the Church of the Holy
luuie, Bioomlugdale, corner Ninety-seventh street
ind Broadway, this (Thursday) auernoon, at half
iast one o'clock precisely.
Clifford.?At Augusia, Me., on Monday, August
8, Nathan Jamks Clifford, of Portland, son of
Ion. Natuan Clifford, of the l/nited States Supreme
Crumby.?On Tuesday morning, August 17, John
Ikumuy, late of this city.
The friends and aaqualatances are Invited to abend
tho funeral, without further notice, from his
esidence at Oyster Bay, L. L, on Friday afternoon,
,t oue o'clock. Ttie train leaves Hunter's Point,
- I., at hall-past ten A. M., for Segosset, where cartages
wrll be waiting.
Dayton?On Tuesday evening, August IT, Francis
V. DAYT03, k&cu 40 years and s months.
The relatives and rrlends of the family, also the
hembers of Eureka Lodge, No. 243, F. and A. M.,
re invited to atteud the funeral, from his late restlence.
60 Eidndge street, on Friday afternoon, at
wo 0 clock*
summons.?Eureka Lodge, No. 243, F. and A. M.:?
Jretliren?You are hereby summoned to attend a
peclal meeting to be held at tho Lodge room, 604
(roadway, on Friday afternoon, at one o'clock, for
he purpose or attending the funeral of our late
irother, Francis W. Dayton.
GEO. F. ALEXANDER. W. M.
b a- sssn&yi. ; ;';,r
dkwar.?un Wednesday. August is. Jambs Dk
vak, in the 84th year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectully
Invited to attend the funeral, from his late reidence.
Springfield street, near Corland avenue,
lelrose, on Friday morning, at half-past ten o'clock.
Dterment at Oreenwood.
Dkiscoll.?The members of United Coopers' AsDelation
No. 2, S. N. Y., are hereby notified to at2nd
a special meeting to be held at Thomas Mcruth's,
corner or New Bowery and James street,
n Friday noon sharp, for the purpose of attending
he funeral of our late worthy Mother mechanic,
tennis Drlscoll. JOHN DYVYER, President.
Fuller.? At Orange, N. J., on Wednesday, August
3, Arthur Bininukr, youngest soa of J. Cutler
nd Emily H. Fuller.
Notlco of funeral hereafter.
Forbes.?On Tuesday evening, August IT, Emua
order, daughter of the late Garret Forbes.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectilly
Invited to attend the funeral, on Friday alterAnn
fit. four nVlncl' frnm thn rhcl/lnnon /if Wnhnef
erguson, 832 Greenwich street.
Gkaydon.?Suddenly, at Denver, Col., on Tuesay.
August 17, Samuel Gkaydon.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
Hussion?On Tuesday, August 17, at his restence,
No. 1,331 Third avenue, corner of Seventyxth
street, Francis Hession, late sergeant of the
letropolttan Police, In the 30th year of nls age.
A solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated for
le repose of his soul, this (Thursday! morning, at 10
clock, at the Church or St. Lawrence, Eighty-fourth
reet, west of Fourth avenue. The remains will lie
iken from thence to Calvary cemetery at two
clock for Interment. The friends and relatives of
io family are respectfully invited to attend the
incral, without further notice.
Haywood.?On Wednesday, August 18, William
>hn, only son of William and AUce Haywood, aged
Funeral from the residence of his parents, No. 216
lnth avenue, on Friday alternoon, at one o'clock.
Lancaster.?On Tuesday, August 17, Henry Lanlster,
in the 78d year of his age.
The friends of the family are respectfully Invited
i attend the funeral, from his late residence, 136th
reet, North New York, on Friday afternoon, at two
Leake.?On Wednesday, August 18, Dora Gene[eve,
daughter of Eliza F. and R. J. 0. Leake, aged
Relatives and friehds are respectfully invited to
tend the funeral, from the residence or her parents,
i3 Newark avenue. Jersey City, this (Thursday)
orning, at ten o'clock.
Longwortu.?At -Mount Vernon, Westchester
mnty, N. Y., on Tuesday, August 17, William
jnowortit, a native of the parish of Churchtown,
mnty Westmeatu, Ireland, in the 78th year of his
The friends of the family are respectfully requestI
to attend the funeral, this (Thursday) afternoon.
; one o'clock; to start from the Harlem Railroad
spot, Forty-second street and Fourth avenue, and
om thence to Calvary Cemetery Tor Interment.
T AiwnTv . At VorurnlL' Pf on WnHnnaiiav A u/rnot
i, at the residence of Her brother, Kev. T. S. ChildB,
re. Mary K. Lowhib, widow of lion. Walter Lowe,
of New York.
Funeral services at the First Presbyterian church,
>rner of Firth avenue and Twelfth street, on Friday
lernoon, at half-past two o'clock.
Lynch.?On Wednesday morning, August 18, at
r. Vincent's Hospital, Patrick Lynch, a native of
le county Tlpperary, Ireland.
The remains will be taken to St. Marv's church,
rand street, on Friday morning, at nine o'clock,
here a solemn requiem mass will be said for the
ipose of his soul, and thence to Calvary Cemetery.
me31qh.? On wednosday, August 18, Charles
esioh, aged 10 months and 10 days.
The relatives and frleuds of the family are respectilly
invited to attend the funeral, this (Thursday)
'ternoon, at one o'clock, from the residence of his
stents, corner of Forty-seventh street and Eleventh
Mullen.?In Philadelphia, on Tuesday, August 17,
J. Mullen, aged 40 years.
The funeral will take place this (Thursday) afteroon,
at one o'clock, on the arrival of the train from
hiiadclphla at the foot of Cortiandt street.
O'Connor.?On Tuesday, August 17, E. J. O'Conor,
In the 03d year of his age.
The funeral will take place this (Thursday) afteroon,
at two o'clock, rrom his late residence, 330
licks street, Brooklyn.
Dublin papers pleAse copy.
Heading.?On Wednesday morning, August 18,
iditii, youngest child of M. Floy and Adelaide Headig,
aged l year and 3 months.
mo luiierm win iuko inuco 11110 (i nursil.iy) alteroon,
at half-past one o'clock, flora the residence of
er parents, on Staten Island. Carriages will be in
raiting at the We9t New Brighton landing on the
rrlval or the twelve o'clock boat from New York.
bchaffbr.?Suddenly, on Tuesday, August 17, at
amalca, l. I., Christian Wii.i.iam, eldest child of
aroltne Mead and John Le Grand Schaffer, aged 6
ears and 23 days.
Relatives uud friends of the family are respectilly
Invited to attend the funeral, trom the restence
of his grandparents, No. 241 West Fourteenth
ireet, this (Thursday) afternoon, at two o'clock,
rlthout further notice.
Newark (N. J.) papers please copy.
SriNcn.?In Brooklyn, on Wednesday morning,
ugust is, Jiannbtt, infant daughter of William
ud Margaret T. Spence.
The rnends of the ramliy are respectrnlly invited
> attend the funeral, from the residence of her
arents, 149 Livingston street. Brooklyn, thia (Thursay)
afternoon, at two.iFciock.
Shia.?On Tuesday. August IT, John Shka, a naive
of county Cork, Ireland, aged 3T years.
The friends and acquaintances are respectfully Inited
to attend the fnneral, from his late residence,
12 West Nineteenth street, this (Thursday) afteroon,
at one o'clock, without further notice.
Smith?Suddenly, on Monday. August is, at Rye,
i, T? William Smith, aged 71 years.
The funeral will be attended from the Episcopal
hurcn, In Rye, this (Thursday) afternoon, at half-past
ne o'clock. Trains leave Twenty -seventh street and
ourth avenue at nine and half-past eleven A. M.
Van Voorhis.?At Tarrytown. on Tuesday, August
7, Eli as w. Van Voohuis, of the city of New York,
1 the sotb year of bis age.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectilly
invited to attend the funeral, from his late reelence.
No. 129 East Thirty-sixth street, this (Thursay)
arternoon. at two o'olock.
wad*.?In Williamsburg, on Wednesday morning.
nguat 18, Thomas Wadb, In the and year ol his
The relative* and friend* of the family are reapedilly
Invited to attend the funeral, this (Thursday)
rtemoon, at two o'clock, from lit* late residence,
;>rner Grand and Ninth streets.
TROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTM ENT.-8EPARAT1
J sealed proposals, each endorsed with the title of the
ork to which It relate*, til* name of the bidder and the date
r It* offering, will be received at thle odlce until 11 o'olock
. M. of Wedneeday, Angus! 2d, from pereon* legally authored
to lay the "Brown A Miller" pavement and alio the
risk concrete" pavement lu the city of New York, for the
lying of the "Hrown A Miller" pavement In North Mosre
ireel, from West Broadway to Warn street, and In White
xeet, from Centre street to Broadway ; and for the laying of
le "nek concrete" pavement In ltuth street, from Third to
The p:aoe for these works can be seen and ireclflcalloni
nd forme for the bids obtained on application to the eonact
clerk at thle olice.
THOMAS STEPHENS, ) Proton
ROHKKT L NAKRAtlll,' Aquedue
A (?K<i?L(,K 8- dRABNB, ) Board.
HBW YORB, August IS, 18W, 1
MSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1869
("1BOTON AQUEDUCT DKPABTMBNT?TO flEWBR
J contractor*. -Separate tealcd pruii>Mli, nub endorsed
with lb* U(l? of the work to wtilcn It relate*, the omm ol the
bidder and the date of IU offering will be reo?ved at thli
oflice until II o'clock A. M. of MoDrtay, August 10, 1899, for
tbe coiiatruotlduof eeweri In the following localities, vli.
Bpaclrtoatlon ljU-Ia Forty-third itreet, between Third and
Leilujton avenue*i alao m Forty-fourth and Forty-fifth
treeti, between Second avenue and Kaat river, and in Fifth
avenue, between Forty ninth and Fiftieth elreoU.
Npeclflcatlen M In Washington and Ureenwlcb atreete,
between Deabroaaea and Canal; Carmine street, between
Duane and Jay ; Leonard atreet, between Broadway and Kirn
atreet; Centie Market place, between (Jrand and Broome
etreeta, and In Broom* (treat, between Centre and Mulberry
Specification 15,?In Eighty first atreet, from Ninth avenue
to and through Eighth avenue, to near Eighty-fifth atreet.
Specification Id.?In Third avenue, between Ninety-third
Speculation 17.?In 110th itreet. between Pint and Third
avenuei; lltth itreet, between Third and Fourth avenue*,
and 119th itrcet, between avenue A and Harlem rlrer, with
Specification IS.?In Seventh itreet, between Firat avenue
ana avenue H.
Specification 19.?In Duane itreet, between William and
Roee etreeti; Madmen itreet, between Gouverneur and Montgomery
i Ooerck and Norfolk itreeti, between Klvlngton and
Stanton itreetl; Sheriff itreet, between Stanton and Houston
itreeti; Prince itreet, between Molt and Mulberry; avenue
A, between Tbird and Fourth streets, and In First avenue,
between Serenth and Eighth itreeti.
Specification to.? Outlet lewer in Hlitr-Srst street and East
river; and in avanua A, between Sixty-first and Seventy-first
Specification 11.?In Fifth avenue, between Eighty-ninth
and 106th itreeti.
Specification 21.?In 8evonty-iecond itreet, between Third
and Fourth avenue; and in Seventr-seventb street, between
First and Thted avenues, with branches.
Specification Id.?In Tenth avenue, between Twenty-eighth
and Twentv.nlnth streets, and 11 receiving basins, as described
In this specification
Specification St.?Underground drains between Flftv-nlnth
and Sixty-fifth streets, and between Fourth sod Fifth avenues.
Specification 18?In Eleventh avenue, between Thirteenth
nnit Twenty-third streets.
Proposals will also st ths seme time be rseslvsd for paving
Second avenue, from Fourteenth to Nineteenth street, with
The plans for thsie works esn be seen and specifications
and forms for bids obtained on applloatluo at this ofllca.
THOMAS STEPHENS,; Croton
ROBT. h. DARK AG II,' Aqueduct
GEORGE B. QREENK.) Board.
MtW YOBK, August I7j
Proposals for esoo.ooo oitt lunatic asylum
Stock?Healed proposals will be recaived at the Coinptroller'a
office until Tuesday, August SI, 1809, at I o'clock P.
M., when the same will be jiubllely opened for the whole or
any part of the sum of fsOil.OUO ot "City Lunatlo Aeylum
Stock," authorised by chapter 63, Lews of 1869, and by
an ordinance of the Common Council, approved by the
Mayor July 19, 1839. Said stock Is to be issued
for the purpose of providing additional buildings
for lunatics in the olty of New York, and will bear Interest at
the rate of seven per cent per annum, payable half yearly, to
wit i on the first day of May and November In each year, and
the principal will be redeemed on the first day or August,
1889. The proposals will state the amount of stock desired
and the price per one hundred dollars thereof, and the persons
whose proposals are accepted will thereupon be required
to deposit with the Chamberlain the sums
awarded to them respectively, together with any
premiums thereon. On presenting to the Comptroller the
receipts ot the Chamberlain for such deposits, the parties
will be entitled to receive certificates for equal amounts of the
par value of the sums awarded to them, bearing Interest from
the dates of payment. Each proposal should be sealed and
endorsed "Proposals for City Lunatlo Asylum 8took," and
enclosed In a second envelope addressed to the Comptroller.
The right Is reserved on the part of the Comptroller to rejeol
any or all ot the bids If In nit judgment the Interests of the
corporation require ,
' ' richard b, connolly,
. l ltr or New vorx, Department or nuance, comptroller's
Oihoe, August 9, 1689.
t,OST AND FOUND.
FOl'ND-A HORSE IN THE PARK, ON MONDAY
renin*;. The owner may bare him by applying to Oeo.
Y. Shiner, 32 While atreet, describing the lame, paying expemeiand
glrlug aatlafaetory reference.
TNOUND-ON BOARD THE RIP VAN WINKLE, ON
J; Sunday, Augnat 15. a Watch. The Owner oan hare It
by prorlna property and paying expeniea. Apply to Owen
Ward, 450 Weal Thirty ninth atreet.
LOBT-A BANK BOOK OP THE FLUSHING SAVINGS
Bank, No. 1,955. Any one hndlng the aame will plaaae
return It to Mr. Long, 723 East Ninth street.
IOST-A BANK BOOK^)? THE-UNION DIME SAVJ
Inga Rank; distance from the bank to Sulllran atreet.
The finder will please remit It to the bank.
J. VICTOR DUCLOS.
LOST-A BLACK VALISE, TIED WITH HEMPBCORD;
on landing at the foot of Chambers atreet from the Pall
Rlrer boat, Tuesday, I7tb Inat., I left a valise In some liquor
tore; being a stranger in the city, could not find the store
again, but having to leave for home 1 would wish II sent by
express. The party who baa It In possession will be ban Jaomely
rewarded by directing It to Darid Holden, at Rates'
store, New Bedford, Mass.
uoi?A o .HAiiU uiiAua aiiu iai* nut i i u i , auk
Ju one returning her to 181 Mulberry street will receivej$5 reward.
I' 08T-0N THE 17TH, in GOING FROM *80 PULTON
J street to Barclay etreot ferry, through Washington street,
a gold Guard Chain. The tinder will be liberally rewarded on
leaving It at ?30 Fulton etreet.
Lost -bank book"n6.TtTi4s on the mYcThTnics'
and Traders' Savings Institution, The tinder will please
leave It at the bank, 283 llowerr.
L~ ost-on broadwayr a small gold" watch.
A reward of <10 Is offered on delivery at No. 40 Ninth
Lbsf-Oli TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, A BLACK AND
tan Slut, large sire, answering to the name of l'ot. Any
Sorson finding her will be suitably rewarded by returning her
o No. 3 Vanness place.
08T OR STOLEN-BETWEEN JERSEY CITY AND
Metuchen, on the one o'clock train on New Jersey Railroad,
a black leather Pocketbook, containing about (120 In
cash and a due bill on Reed, Canrlck A Andrus. A liberal
reward will he paid for Its return to Reed, Canriok A Andrus,
194 [,ih?riv itr??t. New York.
(JjfT RKWARD.-LOST, ON MONDAY. KVENINO, ON
<?> > tbe corner of Lewie and (irand etreet, a black and
white Dog, with a white mark around hit neck ; aniwere to
tbe name of Terry. The abort reward will bt paid If returned
to 10 and IS Ann ilreet. D. LEAHY.
(Jilt REWARD?LEFT IN A WILLIAMSBURO FERRYV*
' boat, or In a car thlt tide, a Oath Book. The tinder
will receleo $5 upon leaving It with D. Riordon, corner of
Seventh and Greenwich avenuet.
$[Z REWARD?LEFT IN A FIFTH AVENUR STAGE,
'.) at 4 o'clock, on the 17th (net., a Pocketbook containing
a $70 bill, 25 cent etamp and tome receipt! and a trunk key.
Any peraon returning the tame to 11 Weet Thirty-ninth etreet
will receive tbe above reward.
d?"l ft REWARD?LOST, A WHITR ESQUIMAUX DOG,
tpi.'I without collar, about five nionthe old. Any peraon
returning blm to No. BEaet Tenth atreelj will receive the
<S>Ofk REWARD?LOST, ON TUESDAY ' MORNING.
about 8 o'clock, a white Hpite Dog, about half
shaved; antwert to the name of Tatto; Ion near Fifth Avenue
Hotel. The finder will receive the above reward and
lhanke of tbe owner by returning to CI Weil Twenty-fourth
tK(\ REWARD, AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED,
?)U for the return of a hunting case Gold Watch, No.
,032, M. J. Toblai' movement, ttolen on eteamer St. John,
at Albany, Monday night. Return to W. F. MOSELEY, 87
Walker etreet, up etalre.
<f?7 r REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED?FOR
<J> 4 ?) the return of Gold Hunting Caee Watch taken from
room Hf Brandroth Uouit, on tbe morning of the 17th. Watch
made by K. H. Adame, London, No. 73,838. Reward will be
paid on delivery at office of Brandreth Houee. Poeltlvely no
BYES AND EARS.
Artificial human eyes, made from a new
material, on an Improved principle I>|.covered end
Introduced by T. J. DAVIS, Optlst, to the principal military
and civil hoipltale In the United States, the only practical
artist In America, 197 Eaat Fifteenth ilreet, between Third
and Fourth aveuue*.
PfNOINK AND BOILER FOR 8ALK-WITH PUMP AND
U all connection! In perfect order, now running at No. 80
Uaeenwloh etreet; cylinder 8z2A, Mattewan, boiler 28 borne,
horizontal tubular. Apply ai above.
For sale-one so horse power locomotive
Boiler la use but three daye; one 15 burte power Engine,
team Pumne, Ac.; one Turrell's patent No. if Beer Cooler;
alio one Mill for grinding corn and one for malt. Apply to
WILLIAM DOUKRTY, corner Jay and Front streets,
/"'RANT'S CABINET IS NOT LIKED MORE BY
VJT printer* than the Eagle, California and otbori made by
VANDERBURGH, WELLS A CO., Printcra' Material* and
Preteei. 110 Fulton and 16 aud Us Dutch etreet, New York.
Notice to railroad companies?owing to a
change In operating the Second Avanuo Railroad Company
offer ror tale, al their depot, oorner of 8lxty-lhird itreet
and Second avenue, In tba city of New York, toe following
deacrlbed Care:-Two attached 16horaa powar Dummy Engl
nea, built by Orlca A Long; eeven 90 borte power double end
Dummies, wHb Orlce A Long Engine* and wbittaker Bo Hem.
Aleo ieven 61) Passenger Cam, alf In good running ordar, and
will ba sold cheap. Communications adJreeeed ai above will
meat with prompt attention. MONTGOMERY QU KEN,
Vice President Second Avenue Railroad Company,
New and second hand boilers, enoines,
Lathe., Baiting, Pulleya, Drilling Machine*, Pumpa,
Howe's ill ton Scale!, all In ordar, al II# West Thirty tlflh
street, near Tenth arenu*.
SECOND HAND LATIIES, PUNCHING MACHINES,
large Shears, email Trip Hammer, Leather Belting, Vliei,
Blacksmith Toole, Ac.; large and small Pulleys, cheap, at U
Cannon atroel, la mar.
' " furniture.
A -TWO NEW MAGNIFICENT SATIN BROCATKL
. Parlor Bulls; also two walnut Reps Suite, and a lot of
Parlor, Chamber, Library and Dining Furniture, ehaap for '
sash. 86 bl eecksr strati, near Broadway.
A ?OVER W,0fl0 WORTH Or KLEIJANT FURNITURE
A. At private tal*; latin, brooAtal and rapt Parlor Suit*,
Palatlan, Bronte*, Curtain*. Klagerv*; Library, Chamber
and Dining Furnltura: Pianoforte for la** than half original
coat; family leaving city. 118Tw*Qty-?ixth ttreet, batwaan
8ixtb and Seventh avenueg.
A MAGNIFICENT PARLOR SUIT?COTERED IN BROA
catal, co*t HUSH, for R17?;ong do., 170. Pianoforte,
Bookcaae, Etagere*, Bront.ee, Palntlnga, Mirror*. Carpeta,
Knoolgnnre*. Tab!**, Statuary, China, Ola**. Silverware,
Chamber and Dining Room Furniture; a aacrlfloa; property
of family leaving olty. 67 Weet Fifteenth (treat, nnir Sixth
CARPETS, FURNITURE AND BEDDINO.-ROUSB<
keeperi lupp'.led with the above on eaey term*. Paymenu
weekly or monthly. KELLEY A OO., corner Twentyfifth
treat and Sixth avenue. No connection with any other
CARPETS, PURNltORB AND OILCLOTH.-O'rARRKLLAORKKNE.il*
Eighth avenue, corner Twentieth
etreet, ere telling at reduced prlcee. Permeate taken
weeklr or monthlf
I The beet eeeortment In thle elir.
Our own manufacture. Warranted.
WARREN WARD A CO.,
Spring etreet, eorner of Crofbe.
WANTED-A SECOND HAND DENTIST'S CHAIR,
aien a Bookoaef. Addreea. etatlng loweet prloe, Leek,
Herald v?oe. "
HOUSES, BOOMBf *Ch WANTKP. |
A *ilU2!?-9f,NT A Jf D Wire, WITH OMK CHILD, |
,g.i> u.u, wui a pan or a nouse, or inrti or rour
rooms, for Housekeeping, about September I; Brooklyn,
within two or three block# of the Dakalb avenue can, preferred;
rant not over <K0. Addroae Joa, box KM Herald
AQENTI.EMAN AMD WIPE WANT A 8ECOND
Floor, nnfurnlahad, batwean Laxlngton and Heveutb avenues
and below Seventieth (treat; rant tnoaerata. Address
SIILLMAM, elation D.
Dwelling house wantf.d-furniuhed with
carpats only preferred; location between Twelfth and
Thirty-fourth alreeta and Third and Seventh avenues. Addreaa,
atatlng price, Ac., box 4,68i Foat o.llce.
TjlURNISHED HOUSE WANTED.?A FAMILY OF
J four adulta only desire a email llrat claae furnished
Ilottae In a good locality In thie city; rant not to eiceed x'.UO
par month. Unquestionable references glran. Addreaa J.
H. A., box Mi Foal ofllca.
XtJANTED?ONE LEASE. A FULL SUIT OF FUR
TV niahed Kooine on tirel Door; location between Twenty econd
and Twenty-eighth etrcete, near Fifth avenue; rent
not to exceed ijH.OuO a year. Addreia Dentlat, Herald office.
WANTKD-FOR OENTLEMAN AND WIFE. SMALL
Cottage or Apailmenta In private houaa completely furn
ehed for housekeeping. Addreaa, glring terrna, Ac., box
WANTED?A FAMILY OF FOUR ADULTS WISH
three or four Roomi, furnished, for light housekeeping.
In a good neighborhood and respectable house; terms must
be moderate. References given and required. Addreaa Z.
B. M., Herald office. ____
UfANTED-AN UNFURNISHED HOUSF-, BRICK OR
n alone rront; location Fourteenth lo Fifty-ninth street
Leilnglon to Seventh avenue. Owner* will adlrcss, Willi fud
particular* and lowMt rent, Promptness, Herald oflice.
WANTED?A FURNISHED HOUSE, IN GOOD LOCAtlon.
Principal* only will address, wttti full particulars,
Search, Herald office.
WANTED-PART OF A HOUSE FOR A SMALL FAMily
; i or 6 rooms, suitable for light housekeeping; must
b* in sood repair and In good location up town. Address M.
K., Herald o111o?.
WANTED- BY A LADY FROM HOME DURINO THE
day, a large, airy Bedroom, with carpet and bureau,
water and olosets, In a private family, by September 1, between
Tblrty-lourth and Thlrty-eeventb streets, east of Madison
avenHs: references given and required. Address for
one week J. P., UO East Forty-third street.
WANTED-BETWEKN BAST BROADWAY AND MONroe
street, near (louverneur, twp Basements and on*
or two Rooms up stair*, by gentleman and wlfs; reut must
be moderate. Address Monroe, station it.
11TANTED?A SUITABLE HOUSE FOR A PHYSICIAN,
vr In the central part of the city. Address, with complete
description, C. VINCENT, Herald otllce.
"TI7" ANTED?TH8 PRINCIPAL OR WHOLE OF A
TT small modern House, unfurnished, between Fourteenth
and Thirtieth streets, west side; state number of rooms and
rent. Address CHARLES W. HARRIS, 481 Broadway.
W-ANTED-ONB FURNISHED AND ONE UNFURTV
nishad Room; the latter one large enough to use It for
giving instructions to 10 or II children; must be located be
iwi'hq i nira avenue ana avenue a, ana sum anu Thlrtyfo'urth
itreeu. Apply at 80S Pearl street.
WANTED?FIVE ORRIKROOM8 ON SECOND AND
third floors In private bouse; state price and location.
Address A. II., 118 East Flfty-four>h "treat.
\V^?-?^rUBKTS"SiAND UNFURNIBHED, IN
?ev York, Brooklyn or Statcn Island: no agents need
apply. O. WELD THOMAS, 81 Nassau street.
VTTANTED?FIR8T CLASS? ~ FULLY FURNISHED
TV House till May or longer, between Tenth and Thirtyfifth
streets and Fourth and Sixth avenues. Address Montgomery,
Herald office, statins terms and location.
TfriNTED?A HALL OR-CHURCH FOR A RELIGIOUS
TV Society; would not object to hiring in connection with
some other society. If any church desires to let Its building
for a part of the sabbath an arrangement might be made.
Ulve location and terms.
E. FERRIS, box 887, New York Post office.
"nrANTED TO HIRE-A FIRST CLASS BAKERY, WITH
TV - a view of purchasing, If suited. Address Confectioner,
Herald office. _____
WANTED TO HIRB-A SMALL HOUSE, WITH OARden,
one hour from New York, near depot; rent low.
Address U. A., 6J Fulton street, New York, room No. 4.
fTT"ANTED TO RENT-A GOOD THREE STORY BRICK
TV House, between Fourth and Twentieth streets and Seoond
and Sixth avenues; price $l,fivO to 91,*00. Best city
references given. Address C. M., Herald office.
A RECENT GRADUATE OF YALE COLLEGE
wishes to obtain pupils or school classes, in New York
or Brooklyn; tbo best reference given. Address Teacher,
care of Terry A Muneon, Hartford, Conn.
A GOOD HANDWRITING TACGIIT IN TEN LE8aons.?Young
men qualified for the counting houie.
Separate parlora for ladles. Day and evening. College,
Booth'* Building, Sixth avenue and Twenty-third street.
OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH.
Freehold institutb, freehold, n. j.-rev. a.
G. Chamber*, A. Mj Principal.?A Boarding Bchool for
young inen and boya. Established In 1844. Relera to R.-v.
James McCoah, D. D., LL. D., President Princeton College;
also to Rev. James C. Moffot, D. D., Prlnoston Theological
Seminary | A. Ottersnn, M. D., Sid Broadway, Now York
city, and Alexander Uudnut, Esq., 218 Broadway, who bare
son* at the Institute.
MISS E. KULfih WILL OPEN AN ESTABLISHMENT
for young ladles In Berlin, on the 1st of Octubor, 1-69.
Every branch of education will be taught with the greatest
Best references can be given regarding capabilities of
teaching and of ber high moral character by Doctor August
Petermann, of Gotha. Letters to Miss Kolbe to be addressed
21 Matthaeiklrcbstrasse, Berlin, Truss!*.
PAINE'9 BUSINESS COLLEGE (ESTABLISHED 1849),
62 Bowery?Open day and evening; ipeclalKles Bookkeeping,
Arithmetic, Spelling, Uertnuu, French, Ac.; 24
Writing Lesion*, 02 SO; ladles taught to keep books and
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEME FOR TOUNO LADIES,
Flushing, L. I.
Terms per annum, Including Vocal and Instrumental Musle,
0280; without music, 02211.
Studies will be resumed th* 1st day of September, 1S89L
CLOTH IMP. ~
til. MINTZ'8, 626 SIXTH AVENUE, NEAR THIRTYJ\.
first stroet.?Wanted, #75,000 worth or cast off Clothing,
Carpets and Jewelry, for the Western and California trade.
Ladies and gents, we guarantee to pay the highest price in
cash for the articles. A call or a note will be punctually attended
to by Mr. or Mrs. Mlntx.
n SIXTH AVENUE. ONE DOOR FROM WAVERLEY
place Ladles ana gentlemen will be astonished at the
S rices V. HARRIS pays for cast off Clothing, Carpets and
ewelry. As we hay* to fill a large order for the western
market we will pay 25 per cent more than any other dealer In
the city. Please call on or send a note to F. HARRIS, 71
Sixth avenue. Ladles attended by Mr*. Harris.
A 8PECIALTY.-DR. R. CORBETT, MEMBER OF N.
A. Y. U. Medical Callage and K. 0. Surgeons, London, can
be conaulted ai usual on private diseases. Oflice, 20 Centra
street, near Chambers. N, B.?No fee unless cured.
All private diseases cured iimmediatelv,
without mercury. Oflice and consultations very private.
Dr. HARBISON, 177 Bloecker street.
All private diseases cured immediately
by Dr. EVANS, 94 Chatham street, without mercury.
Manhood restored by bis Elixir of Life. Recommended beforu
AOREAT AND SURE REMEDY FOR MARRIED
ladles.?The Portuguese Female Pills always give immediate
relief, being specially prepared for married ladles.
A lady writesThese pills rellovetl me In one day, without
Inconvenience, like magic. Price 95. Dr. A. M. MAURI- 1
CKAU. oflice 139 Liberty street, or eent by mall.
A CERTAIN CURE FOR MARRIED LADIE3, WITH
or without medicine, by Madame RESTELL, Professor
of Midwifery; over SO years' practice. Her Infallible French
Female Pills, No. 1, price $1, or No. 3, specially prepared for
married ladles, price $5, which can never fail, are safe and
bealiby. Sold only at her oflloe, No. 1 East Fifty-second
street, flrst door from Fifth avenue, and at druggist's, 153
Ureenwlch street, or sent by mall. Caution.?A11 others are
A -LADIES' PHYSICIAN.?DR. ASCIIER GUARANTY,
tees Immediate relief, without the slightest danger.
Superior Confinement Institute, No. 3 Amity place.
A-MME. VAN BCSKTRK, PHYSICIAN AND MID
wife, cures at one interview; elegant Rooma for nursing.
Ac. 43 St. Mark's place.
All private diseases cured immediately
by Dr. EVANS, 94 Chatham street, without mercury.
Manhood restored by bis Elixir of Life. Recommended
A CERTAIN CURE FOR LADIES IN TROUBLE, WITH
JY or without medicine, hy Dr. EVANS, 94 Chatham street.
Powerful, safe Monthly Plus end Mixture, $6. Circular hrst
A -LADIES' OREAT BENEFACTOR.-SUCCESSFUL
A. Immediately; Dr. EVANS, 94 Chatham street; power
fill medlcinee ; sure thing; also gentlemen treated; private I
diseases cured ; manhood restored. Call or write. I
A -LADIES' PHYSICIAN.?DR. H. D. GRINDLE, 130
. Weet Twenty-sixth street, near Sixth avenue, having over
n and iininterriiDted practice in this cltr. I
guarantee* certain relief to ladle*, with or without medicine; i
relief to the moel eniloue la M hour*. Elegant room for I*- I
die* requiring nurtlag. I
A -MADAME (JRINDLK, FEMALE PHYSICIAN, 110
. Weil Twootytlith etreet, guarantee* relief to all female
complaint*. Pleeeent roome for nursing. j
A -LADIES' GREAT BENKF AOTOR-DR. EVANS, 04
. Chatham atreet. Powerful MedAlnes-, sure thing. AI*o .
gentlemen treated. Private dleeaeee cured. Manhood restored.
Call or write. ,
A CERTAIN CURE FOR LADIES IN TROURLR, !
with or without medicine -Br Dr. EVANS, 04 Chatham ,
street. Powerful, safe monthly pill* and miiture, 90. Circular
Orel poet. ,
Dr. hunter, m bond street, one door prom J
Bowerg date of No. I Division street), can cure worst
cases of prlrate diseases, without mercury. In shorter time
than any other phystolan, or no charge. Consultation and
medlalne, ?6. J
DR. COOPER. 14 DUANE STREET, CAN BR CON j
suited on prlrate dlseaaes; thirty-fotir years' practice :
enable* him to make perfect cures or no charges mad*. '
-ELECTRO MEDICAL TREATMENT.- IMMEDIATE RE'
III lief guaranteed ; no deception. Write for the LadlesPrlrate
Letter of Adrloe. Eligible board and attention.
Dr. GOOD, 400 Fouitb avenue. Furnished
rooms por ladies through sick- i
nets. Their Infants adopted out 834 W??t Thirty-third
etreet. Pamela physician*. j
Important to pemales?dr. and madame du. ,
BOIS (86 years' practice) guarantee certain relief to mar. |
rled ladles, with or without medtcln*; no pain or Inconre. ,
nlenoe. Female reitorattra $6. Patient* from a distance pro 1
rlded with Board, nursing, Ac. Electricity iclentliically ap '
piled. No. 104 Kapt Twenty-eighth street, near Third avenue
LOSS OK MANHOOD OR IMPOTENCE, RESULTING ?
from the folllee of youth or other cause, young, ml.Mia
aged or eren old men, permanently restored to manly rigor,
by Dr. LEWIS, No. 7 Beach ttreet Forty year* prlrate prac- .
lice. 1 ]
CURB CURB IN 84 HOURS, WITH OR WITHOUT
O medicine. Consultations free. Dr. end Mine. RSTkLA.
II Meet Thirtieth suttt '
I 1 r * 1
? FIK8T CLASH CORNER LIQI'OR 9TOK. AMI
J\_ Bll.iard Room for sale? Up town ; good neighborhood
and tiplae a first elate buslneu; bu a good leaae. MmUi
old, owner U engaged la another on?m-u. For particulars
appif In the liquor (tore 181 Spring (tract.
A CORNER TEA ANO OROOF.RT BUSINESS FOR
ale?One of the bh?t buklncta location* In the city, doing
92,000 a week cadi triads; *8,1410 cash required. Ad J KM
Avery, Herald office.
AN ELKCJANT UTII'E SAMPLE ROOM ON CORNER
of Hnn-lwav; good Mend; popular locution; wlil be
oirered very low tbla week.
it. H NllRTCW a <-r> i oor ?
A WELL ESTABLISHED FAMILY GROCERY. LO.
eated up town, corner of Second avenue. Price, If soon
old. $4,fiu0, with Stork and Futures. Apply to KUGLNS
CHEVALLIEK, HI Cedar street.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of FIREPROOF SAFES,
new and second lian I, for o lies and parlor use, cheap,
at C8 Cannon street, between Dolaneej and Rlvlugton.
R. M. PATRICK.
A LAROE HERRING'S SAFE F?\K SALE CHBAPI
1 alio two medium and one small ht'e at hall price, ta
alose out, at SCllENCK'S machinery deptu, 18 Uey street
A -FOR SALE, LIQUOR STORES,' MILLIARD SA
loom. Kestauranti. Bakeries. Conl'setbnerlsi, Hotels,
Grocery and Provision Stores, Meat Market, Market Stands,
Cigar Stores, Soap' Manured ,rlcs.
MITCHELL'S Slurs Agenoy, 77 Oidar street.
A LIQUOR STORE AND FIXTURES FO* SA1.S,
with Lease. Call for a week at 816 Twenty-dub s.resl,
between First and Second avuouaa.
A WELL LOCATED CORNER LIQUOR STORE IK
the Ninth ward will be sold oheap, a full License.
Stork, Fixtures and three years' Lease included. Apply at
858 Washington street for particulars.
A FIRST CLASS LAUNDRY BUSINESS FOR BALK?
The bait location for the business In New York. For
particulars apply at 151 West Thirty-first street, betweei
Sixth and S??A
A -FOB SALE, THE LEASE, STOCK AND FlXTf'RKl
of a first rlui Liquor .-H.)re ; situ ited til a puhllo thor
onjhfare; doinq a go.>1 ui.utu; wesi site, Dear Elgbft
avenue. Inquire of JOHN CAREY, U6 Amity street, corner
An eight years established hoop skirt,
Corset end La ilea' FiiruLhtas Retail Store, wllti Lease
and Fixtures, for sale; rent low an I plonly of roomt 10 live
l>7 the store. Address, slating full nauie, Skirt Hanu acturer,
A LADY ESTABLISHED IN THE LIQI'OR BI SINES#
for the last twenty years, In t e best street In Brooklyn,
and now wishing to retire, will sell her Lease. Stock and Mrtures;
rent low. Address Liquors, Uera.a Branch ortloe.
/1HEAP?FOR BALE, CANDY STORK AND ICE CREAM
" Saloon, with four years' lease; rent cheap; Drat situs
tion for Dustness. In julrs at tbs store, No. 4 Carmine street,
corner Sixth avenue.
DRUO STORE FOR 8A.LB FIRST CLASS DRUO
Store tor tele to Brooklyn. Address box 4,171 Foil
oiLce, N. y,
DRUO RTORE FOR SALE-ONE OF THE liRST
stands In tlia city of Brooklyn, on a main bualoeaa
atreet; a location constantly lmproria^. Ad dross V. N.,
Druggist, Herald ofllce.
r\RUa STORE FOR 8ALE.-HAVINO DHTKRMIVEB
i-f t? retlra from the retail drug business 1 offer my Store
for rale. It la handsomely titled up, oo a prominent earner,
la we!) atocked and contains everything appertaining to tbe
trade; baa been in successful operation for the laat 25 rears;
baa a favorable lease. Apply personally to WILLIAM M.
(JILLS, 189 Sixth avenue, corner Thirteenth atreet.
DRUG STORE FORSALE-IN BROOKLYN; WELL
atocked; location good; long leaae and moderate rent,
Sri re $1,600 cash. Address 0. F. B., Herald Branch office,
DRUtl STORE FOR SALE-PRICE 88,5ft), CASH l,5t?j
average receipts $19 per dav, German neighborhood;
on that account trade can be iucieased; salable stock.
Address Capsicum, Herald office.
DRUO STORE FOR SALE-WELL LOCATED, DOING
a good business, and in overy way desirable; owner
cannot attend to It. Address D. J. L., station D.
Drugstore for sale for $1,000-beautifully
fitted and stocked, and an excelleut place for a physician;
others on all the avenues.
STRICKLAND'S Druggllt's Agency. 78 Cedar street.
Drug btore for bale-in a growing city,
about CO miles from New York. Address, Lavender,
For bale-the bakery and fixtures no. t?
Third avenue, formerly occupied bv I?a?c Hal). Inqiurs
on the premises or of CHAS. T. GOODWIN A SONS, <04
Front street, New York.
For bale?a rmall hotel, containing ?
rooms, convenient to and west of Rrosdwsv; bar alone
pays $60 per day. Inquire of T. J. GIBBONS, lOS Bieecker
For bale-tiie lease, stock and fixtures of
a firrt class Liquor Store, situated In a public thoroughfare,
now doing a good business. Call for further part'edlare
on Messrs. J. TAUSSIG A CO., No. 9 Delancey street.
For sale-thf. stock and fixtures of a gkoeery
Btore, situated in best part of the city; also Wagon
and linf-rusa; *11 n. A,.rir ?t sin u,v*etb avenue, between
Thlrty-seconu and Tulrty-thlrd streets.
For sale-three retail shoe stores in thb
city of Brooklyn, belonging to the estate o J. T. Whitehouse.
For particulars inquire of J. O. W1IITEHOUSE or
HENRY ELLIOTT, executors. Also Shoo Btore of Whilehouse
A Walte, 281 and 283 Fulton street. For partlou.ar# apply
as above, or to C. B. WA1TE, on the premises.
For sale-or exchanoe for land, billiard
Tables, Looking Glasses, a Diorama of Australia, showing
the principal cities, towns and animals of the country.
Inquire at 407 Grand street.
For sale-lease, stock and fixtures of a
Butter Store, 069 Myrtle avenue, near Graham street,
Brooklyn; busloese lest year $26,1X10; rent $160 per year.
For sale-an oyster and dining saloon, Established
and doing a profitable business. Satisfactory
reasons for selling given by applying on the premises, 2,is!
Third avenue, between 122d and 123dstreets.
For 8ale?600 straw board boxes, 6x8x1
Inches; sold cheep to pay for storage. 14 Murrey street,
ttior sale-at a great bargain. 160 acres
r of Land, not far from St. Louis una near the line of the
PaciUc Kailroad. Apply at 115 Broadway, room It), to-day.
FOB 8ALE.-for a small amount Iff cash a
mall Saloon, opposite Washington Market, can be had.
Rare chance for a Herman. Apply at 72)$ \ etey street,
before 1 o'clock.
For sale-complete barroom fixtures, marhie
Bar Counter, marble Cigar Counter, soli i black walnut
back; Bar and 1'lgar Counter Flit urea, Clock, Mirror.
Ice Bo*, black walnut Doors, Blind*, Ac.; coal over $l,8o0|
will be sold at a bargain. It not sold at prlrate sale will o*
old at auction on Saturday, August 21, at 11 o'clock. App.y
at No. 1 North William street.
For salf,-a laroe, well appointed milli.
ner; Establishment, doing a tint class business, with
Stock and Futures lor sale and long lease oi store; store it
20x31. Apply at 111 Wythe arcnue, Brooklyn.
For 8ale-$i,roo-a retail shirt manufacto
ry; woll known; four years' established; on Broadway;
low rent; owner willing to etay few months with the
buyer. Address box 110 Heralu odlce.
Fruit and soda water stand for salk
cheap, opposite the Ilar'.em and New Haren depots.
Apply to J. DaWSON, MII.s House, corner of Twenty
seventh street and Fourth avenue.
Grocery for sale.-five rooms to live in ;
rent for the whole, 430 per month. Inquire si No. I
Vandam street, In the store.
Hotel-lease, furniture, near city hall,
doing a guoJ trade; accommodations for 200 persons;
long lease al low rent; terms easy; satisfactory reasons for
telling. Apply to W. U. MITCHELL, 71 Cedar street.
TORBINii DRUO TRADE FOR SALE.?FOR l'ARTICu.
J lars address 8. E. 1'ARM ENTER, box 1,210 New York
t iquor STORE FOR SALE-FIXTURES. LIUE.sSH
1J rniil Lctae 11! a imtllling store on ureenwicu street; apply
at ouce; fold at a bargain.
C. 0. WAYLANP, HW Fu'tnn sir- l
01,11 BRICK FOR SALE -lli'l.KW. INyUIUK OF TllOfl.
E. TRIPLE K, 801 avenua B.
Paper box shop for sale-good trade and
location llrst rata; prim* chance for an; on* with smul
capital. Address Paper Boies, Herald omce.
PHOTOORAPH GALLERY FOR SALE CHbAP-W.TJ
or without apparatus, Id a large country town in Misnaphueelts.
no other gallery In vicinity. For particulars adlress
Photographer, North HrookfleU, Ma a.
aAFES.-8EVF.RAL LARUE B1ZK SECOND HAND
0 Sales of various make; also a number of smah sliea;
tU for sal* obaap for cash.
STEAM SAFE COMPANY,800 Broadway.
SACRIFICE.?THE FURNITURE, FIXTURES, STOCK,
Cy Lease, Ac., of a Orst class Hotel, In a flourishing town
'or sale at a sacrifice. Price only 48,0 11 For terms si*
particulars apply at one* to TREMAIN A CO., 66 Pine st.
SACRIFICE?TWENTY-ONE MONTH'S LEAsK -^F
76 Home In Brooklyn, with the Furniture for aale; niur be
laid this week; rare chance for soma person.
JAyUES, 108 H road spy.
The stock and fixtures of an old
llslied Cigar Stora for sals; ths business will * sold
without the stock If required. Inquire at 74 llaroiK"1
out, Brooklyn. ,
TIO BOTTLERS OR SPECULATORS.-FOR fALE, A
1 lartrs ailkntlt* rtf Parka amfil.lrt f.iP *11 kirfli <H '
lint, wfll be tolil cheap, In qimntttlee to auit puroifceere. A pcly
at 836 Pearl air eel, or at GalLIc Hall,
fc'l nnn WILL PURCHASE ?3,<W0 WOR"?Of
JVtJ.Uv/"/ Block, flituret free, of a pleaaant 0#c? Burl ett
oa Oheeieut atreet, riiliadelplila, thoroughly eaabilthaJ.
5lear proflta $8,<it)0 per year. Keaaou Tor eel.lug. other autt
leaa reoulrta all the owuer'a Unit. AdJraaa Medicine* He
a ? MADAMR WALTERS, DISTINOUISHKF CLAIR,
t\. Toyant.?VlaU her for ornrything?alckoaP. buetueea.
Iheft, nainrt, number*, good luck. Ion Oanal a*1"'
IfADAMK ROSA, GREAT NATURAL tdaAIKVOYAN T,
VI revaala your whole life, from the era.'8 i?e ?r ira.
78 Caaal atreet Fee 11.
\AME. ROAS TELLS YOU EVERYTHING -TIIF. NAMR
Jl of one you marry, and that of Hf rlaitor; thowa you hie
Ikeneaa, 16 haal Thirtieth atreet, rear Madlloa uremic.
If ADAME RAYMOND CAN RE CONSULTED DAILY
.el at her rooma oa rati, prrteat and future. Ladiea ?0
eult; (entlemen $1. 89j Hudton atreet.
\f ADAMP. LE COMTK, SPIRITUALIST, MEDICAL AND
L?L Hualneaa Trance Me Hum Her Inf irinallou la peelltre.
French and English apnken. 31 Amity atreet.
MISS CLIFFORD. VOl NOF8T CLAIRVOYANT IN TH1
world, rereaia arerylhiug by tea. Fourth areuua,
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