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SITUATIONS WANTBP?FBJIAXJB8?
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A(\A WMT WD ST., HEAR *TH AV.-A RR8PECT"xU
l 4bl* rouna woman; la a good cook, >uhn and
WMT.
Chambermaid*, See.
A AO WEST 818T ST.?A RESPECT A BLR YOtRO
JrTEnuiub (irl aa ch&rabarmaid or nunc, or would
tr*) with a Iadjr, good refertncoa.
DrMrawken mid getanraMii
1ST FLOOR, FRONT ROOM, NO. W9 EAST 11TH ST.,
between Itt and 3d avs.- Fashionable dress and eloakMaking;
suits from $S and upwards; patterns and faablon
plates; cutting and basting. '
5WAVERLEY PLATE, OPPOSITE NEW YORK HOTEL.
Walking eults, dinner drmaee and evening dreases made
*1 lb* borteit notice; latest faablon* from Pari*; the lowest
f licet In lb* city charged. _____
f>l WEBT TWENTY SECOND STREET. -WALKING
jL i. suits, dinner dressts and evening dresses mad* at the
borteit notice; alio tbe lateit faiblona from Parts.
An WEST FOURTH 8TRRET.?WORK IN THE MOBT
TXLi fashionable atyle ana of tbe beet workmanship executed
faithfully to order by a French lady. Receives Paris
journals weekly. Plain Dresses #1 and upwards. Apply to
Vlefkvre.
* CQl WEST 10TH ST?A FRENCH LADY, FIRST
*.)08 elass rutting and filling dreaamaker, wants a good
situation in large business. Quod references In the city. Call
for Mine. P.
General Housework, dkr.
21 NEW BOWERY, VP STAIRS. ?TWO OIRLS TO DO
L op stairs work In a private family; can be well recomnded.
Call on Monday.
Honsekeepns, See.
A LADY OF EDUCATION AND A GOOD HOUSE_/v
keeper would Kke to lake a position with a large family
r widower keei In house, either In the Weal or South ; baa
the very beat city rcrerencsa. Address, in confidence, Leon,
Herald Branch offloe, Brooklyn.
WANTED?A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER BY A
competent period ; reference* given and required. Ad4reel
Mri. R. D., box 200 Hera'd office.
WANTED?BY A MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN PROtestant
lady, a poiltlon a* housekeeper and to aailit
With sewing or to take care of an Invalid ladv; a good home
tear* an object than wages; beat reference* given. AdMl
M. T., Branch Herald office, Brooklyn.
Nurtesi dfcc.
t C)f\ EAST HOUSTON bT., SECOND FLOOB.-A WOX?V
man ai wet nurse.
07AC WEST 4TH ST.?AS MONTHLY NI R?K. CAN
Zlu be icen for two daji.
/T71 ID AV.-A CHILD TO WET NORSK, BY A RE<J
I X spec table married woman baring lost her own child,
two dayi old.
LaintNMMi &e.
QOO WEST 43D ST.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO
OA& do gentlemen'! or families' washing; French flut^g
done. Inquire In the stora.
JKQ WE8T 40TH ST., FIRST FLOOR, BACK?A RETtui7
acectable woman to do a few ladle*' and gentlepn'f
washing at her own home.
Wattrnsee, fte.
QOJ BAST 11TH ST?A PROTESTANT GIRL, RE%j?>~r
centljr disengaged and highly recommended, as
waitress anu chambermaid in a small private family. Can
M M?a in the (tore.
MlKelluMnai
OOl EAST KTH ST.- A YOUNG ITALIAN GIRL,
^^61 (peaking English fluently, In any capacity where ber
err Ice* mar be required; understand* French; bo object Ion
to travel. Reference*.
AAA VtlJOtl ST., BROOKLYN?A GOOD. RELIABLE
TTT woman, who ha? had experience In sickness. lo go
to Europe with a family; so compeaeation expected except
yssesge paid. Call, or address Mrs. Brennan.
A YOUNG LADY OF CAPABILITY WI8HE8 A 8ITDAJ\
Hon aa 6rut claaa saleswoman; ha* had sereral years'
experience in buying and telling; city references. Call on or
? address Ml*s II. B., No. 1 Eaat Washington square.
HELP WANTED-RKMAI.ES.
A WET Nl'RSE WANTED.?APPLY TO DR. CONKling,
Clinton it., corner of Keinsen, Brooklyn.
A -CLOAKMAKERS WANTED; THOSE ACCUSTOMA.
ed to Drat class work only need apply at Lord A Tajtor's,
Broadway, entrance In tirand it
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN WANTED-PERMANENTly,
who thoroughly understands the process of reitortug
and preserving natural Dower*. Address, with full pariieular*
and term*, Y , Herald office.
A WIDOW LADY WISHES TO GO TO CALIFORNIA
enter a* companion or housekeeper to partle* of
Wealth and poaitlou. Addreu for three day* Mr*. Seebrook,
Hertford, Conn.
A LADY WHO 18 OOING TO START A FIRST CLASS
rire** and c oak making establishment wants to make
err*mteoier.ts with another lady who is a competent dre*?Baker
and can bring some customer*; house elegantly fur
isLed and In the very best l>nalness locality. Reference!
given and required. Address H. P., box 3,827 Pont office.
T7?ORF.WOMAN WANTED?BY A LADIES' HAT MANUV
faeturer, must be fully competent to take full charge of
frit elaas work and be a first etas* hand. Apply to C. L.
Dunbar, MM Canal *t
Goon TRIMMERS AND MILLINERS WANTEDLlberal
prices paid: only competent hands need apply.
JOHN J. HARDY, No*, t and ? Wposter at.
Good trimmers and milliners wanted?
Liberal price* paid, at Kuhnweller A Lewis', 10 Woos
Mr M.
7RONERB wanted.-30 first class shirt IRON1
era, for new work. Ilii;h??t prlcci paid at Atlantic
leant Laundry, If and 17 lit it
Jf illiner wanted.?one that tan make and
>1 trim ran And a permanent altuation by applylu to Wat.
Mri. y, M* Canal >L
STRAW 8EWF.R8 WANTED.-GOOD HANDS TOR
plain ?traw halt and bonnet*. Apply at 189 Bleecker
ft., near Mardougal.
Warted-fob their drf.krmak1no depart,
roent, an eiperlrnced cutter and Otter. Apply by
OM, with name and reference*.
A. T. STEW A RT A co., Broadway and 10th M.
WANTED FIRST CLASS HANDS ON VELVET HATS;
alec to mw straw on frame*; lilybeat price paid. None
>ol food band* need apply at C. L. Dnnbar'i, ?0e Canal it.
WANTED LADIC8 TO PIRCHASE FIRST CLASS
ewln? machine* on instalment*, payable In work at
bona. Salesroom I'M Bleecker ?t.
WANTED-OIRLS TO MARE BOWS, SCARFS, AC.;
uperlrneed band* will rerel\e *trady employment.
HUMPHREY, MERRILL A CO., 67 Leonard *U
Wanted hands on bows, scarfs, ac. to re ponelble
parliea large Quantities of work given borne.
SX Broadway.
WANTED-A FIRST CLASS MILLINER AND TRIMmer.
Hon* but a competent person need apply at H63
Broadway
1*7amted?two younh ladies to oivr inbtrit.
YT (ton is danclna In an la a We?tem city, one
af whom If qualified to teach French ao-1 mimic preferred:
could I oard to family of principal If desired; unquestioned
Caretce required. Addreee Art Teacher, Herald oSice, atatI
where an lot-rrlew may ba had. 1
Wanted a first rath cook and chamber
maid. In a private family. Call at 491 h at., aacund
toor from Madteon awna
-(17 ANTED IMMF.DUTELY-100 OIP.LS, FIRST CLASS
*1 cloak anil It makrra. Nona othere n?l apply.
O'Sl I.LI VAN A OKKIG, >71 Broadway.
WAX?D A LADY OF TASTE AND EXPERIENCE
* II It make up Intanle' ani cMldren'a cape, hata, bonBeU.
Ac. A thoroughW competent pereon can eecure a good
ad pnaiaMat eltua<ton
O'Sl'1.1.1 VAN A OREIO, 771 Broadway.
WANTED IH A SMALL* FRENCH FAMILT, A
French ?trl to do reneral homework. Apply Monday
earning. from 9 U? 12, at IH Waatilnuton it., lloluken, M. J.
Inquire ti. tba etore
WARTt n OPERITONN ON HOWKI* MACHINES TO
do tight work , and office boy, who l.vaa with hia parante
Apply to Deeis A L<!w>rta, ' * Weet Broadway.
\XJ ANTED A TOCIfl LADT TO ASSIST IN Oft TO
T* taka charge of a > rat ciaaa cleaning and dyelag office,
wfcar? looda are r,caned by tb? dry pruceat. Apply to K.
Lord, at olice 111 ?th a*., near IMi. at.
IITAKTRD-A WOMAN TO COOK IN AN KATI.VO
ii bonee, and one i" >ultt ?uJ do cbambarwort. Apply
1 lit Bib ?., cor Mr of Ktb el.
llTAMTKIt-IO* FIRST CLASS CLOAK MAKERS AP
" ply to Arnold, timetable A Co., Kruadwa* and HKb ?t,
l*tk at. entrance
*1'ANTED A TOl'Nil WOMAN AS HOCBfBEEPER,
" ui attend a fu-niehed room honae. Call for thrie
aye at Ma. i Cbr-ei . at.
Wanted a ?.ii?l to *o? in oyster ka
toon ta weak i"?be? and make bereelf generally ueefal
Apply for two 4ar? at ?M *<k a>
UfAWTKO A HR^SAtft ULU UDT MAV UND
. . - , ..?kM mwn , cm
If ?** M?d ?|M If
\|/akt* i? a <.?*??!? alii rok uknkral
" . itr? l? r??ll>. A|f; u Uv Wm ltd tt.
WAKTKD ?OR*?T PRAMR WOR?FI?S. JIMIK RUT
^ App f i?to
TWO riMT run MILI.mF.M. APPLY
?? M Him IlifHI Wtitoa'A, W ti^Hvif
\V*?**r' rirRRi>Nr?n opfratom oi? wnrst"
" A ii'Hi'i for plt*+ work ? T.ju)lra'un
*" "?m Mail k?b4* ?r. > * from fl*io9ltp?r
"* HILL A < <> , MWntrr U.
ri| millikru wamiu-oklt qood
Ww UHeeen e??I *pt>'r
? m? Warm a matlr. ? . Wmmwat
.. *,T< ATIONH WtNTKD-NALM.
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A Totr1lV-iTi""r"'- w"? IK,M *OT
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NfiW Y
MTTATIONS WANTED?JVAIJD*.
oiTT'Aiioit WAirrao-A* rr*w ?*n roa a riur
k~ dM tuH?l or raMiutM, MTtanu u<
VTlD|i bft cHj Hliwm iMrw MvwtrX, H?r?M
o?c?.
r KERCH A NT* AWP hl'STHKM Ml"* A RFFPT.fT
abU Tounc mu wimiU Uk? ? (xmiUub, without alur
for ImprurpiiMolot urn*. ImmMm Mi*n?M ?o4 ?o?14
corarrDMt* anyone ij ow?mui| sues, amtw ??ibf?c,
bo I S,Mtt Fo*4 oibc*.
CLMKi AND HAt.K?.?lK.N.
A clerkship W ANTED?BY A TOVN<> BUOLUNniu.
ageu14; has had thorough espeneiit* tn counting
house duties, good penman, quick and correct. (rat c m* references
and not afraid of work. Addieee 0. tto Atlantic
si, Brooklyn.
Ayocno man wanted-who is thoroidhl!
conversant with double entry bookkeeping Addiaea,
with references, box 8,471 roil odl-e.
A competent druo clerk wanted-a ohr
man, speaking good English, prefeired. Ajply corner
ltllh st ?nd 44th st
At. btewart a co. want first class fxpis
rleoced salsswomen In their cults, read* mad* dress
and millinery departments. Apply by note.with name and
reference*, or person ally at Broadway and lOtb st.
Salesman wanted-in a first class wholrsale
wine and liquor and whisksr bouse, one commanding
a good country, city or near by trade preferred. Address,
with references, Robert, Herald olllce.
WANTED -A FIRST CLASS HALBHMAN IN A SUOB
store. W Catharine St.
WANTED-A FIRST CLASS LACK SALESMAN, TO
take charge of the lace department In a large relall
house id this city. Address, with references, A. B. C., Herald
olllce.
WANTED-A BOOKKEEPER IN A MANUFACTURING
house; light work; salary JtiiKI, with prospect of Increase
If suited. Address, with reference, J. A S., Herald
oOloe.
WANTED-A SMART YOl'NQ MAN, II TO W YEARS
old, >u salesman to sell fancy feathers and trimmings;
tnuft have a good connection and be highly recommended.
Apply at 10 A. M-, Monday.
J. A J. A. JOSEPH, 419 Broome st.
11/ ANTED-SALESMEN FOR SOUTHERN AND MIDVV
die Slates In tbs fancy goods, notions snd hosiery jobbing
business. Those having competent trade or their own
and possessing itoady habits, antwer box 160 Herald offlee.
WANTED.-TVTO TOUNO MEN WANTED TO KEEP
stock and otherwise make themselves useful In a
wholesale men's furnishing business. None but experienced
and well recommended men need apply at 41 While street, up
stalre.
WANTED-TWO FIRST CLA38 SALESMEN FOE
ribbon and lace departments.
johnson, burns A co., 98East 14th it
COACHMEN AND GARDENKItM.
A8 FARMER OR GARDENER-AN ACTIVE SINGLE
man of Drat rate practical abllttiei In both department*;
ha* first clan reference. Addreu F. (J., 878 Broadway, New
York, for tare* day*.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXPERIENCED
coachman; but city reference*. Apply at R. Campbell'*,
60 4th a v.
HELP WANTED?MALES.
A BOY, ABOUT 16. WANTED-TO LEARN SAILM Ailing.
Apply at IM West *t.
ASM ART BOT WANTED-TO ATTEND BAR; ONE
who undentanda billiard* preferred. Apply at S3 lit ar.
A DRY GOODS HOUSE WISHE8 FIVE PU8HINO aieamen.
both German and Engllih. Steady employment
and good aalarie* paid to good men.
FOSTER BROTHERS,
129 and 181 Market it., Newark, N. J.
1 FIRST CLASB ADVERTISING AGENT AND CANA
THsser can learn of a Une chance by addreailag Journal,
Herald office.
T") NITED STATES MARINE CORPS-WANTED IMMEU
dlately, for thle branch of the aerrlce, unmarried men,
over II yean of age. Thl* li a fine opportunity for men or
food character who deelre to enter thia branch of the United
taiee naval icrrlce. Preference will be given to thoee who
hare been honorably dlicb&rced from the United Slate* army
or marine corpe. Further Information will be given by the
commanding officer of the marine barrack*, Fluihing avenue,
JBrooklyn, N. 7.
\TTANTED-AN INTELLIGENT BOT, WHO WRITES A
it good h?nd, la quick at figures and will make hlmaalf
generally useful in a wholesale house. Address bos 19 aUtloo
A.
WANTED-AN ACTIVE. INTELLIGENT YOUNQ MAN,
II to 18 Tears of age, to assist In silk stock; salary
small, but a good chance to work and Irani. Apply between
9 and 10 A. Is. to Bartlett, Beery A Co., 410 Broadway.
WANTED?A MAN OF ABILITY AND EXPERIENCE
VT lo dispensing credit In the dry goods business: a com'
petent party will be treated liberally. Addiess, with references,
box 1,7511 Tost office, New York.
WANTED-AN ASSISTANT, IN A HOSIERY COMmission
bouse: a younn roan who has had some experience
In selling goods preferred. Address, with reference,
btating wheie last employed, Commission, Herald office.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN IN A PORTION OP
trust; salary $18 per week; 02 0 deposit for moneys
entrusted; must engage permanently. Address 1'osltioo,
Herald office.
TX.TANTED-A MAN, WITH HORSE AND L1QIIT
II covered wagon, to deliver goods and collect for same.
Adaress, with reference and terms, A. U. B., Hera <1 office.
\V"ANTED-FOR LIOHT WORK, AN AMERICAN OR
11 (ierman boy, living with bis parents. Apply to J.
Eaves, John St., room 12.
YVtANTED-A BOY ABOUT; SIXTEEN YEARS OF AOS
* T lu i-.mirj fmrveM, uurj BWV per ftjiuum. Apply U)
JamM A. Hearn A Sou, 775 Broadway.
WANTED?A YOCNO MAN A8 PORTER IN A JEWelrr
(tor*; muit come well recommended. Apply at
867 Grand it.
WANTED A COLORED MAN TO TAKE CHARGE
of a dining room In a large boarding houie. Apply at
18 Eait 2*h it.
THE TRADES.
Engineer wanted-one who is thoroughly
competent to run a large engine and take full charge
of neceuary repair* to th* machinery of a rolling mill; muit
)>? well recominendod. None other* need apply to New York
City Steal Work*, 834 Eait 10tL> *t.
Lozenge maker.?wanted, a lozenge maker.
Apply at 893 Pearl *t., from 8 to 10 o'clock, on Toeiday
morninit, Wlb m*t.
Two general engravers wanted to go to
Cincinnati. Addrea* John Randall, box 1U7 Herald
office.
TO MERCHANT TA1LOR8.-A FIRST CLASS GENERAL
cutter I* open for an eugagement; baa been for four
year* in a flnt clau e*tabli*hment. Addreu Cutter, Herald
office.
TO JEWELLER?. A PRACTICAL HAND, UNDER tandi
a 1 bran<-he* Etru-mn work, alio coloring and gliding,
want* a iltuatlon. Call at 89 Amity place.
WANTED-TWO TINSMITHS TO STUD UP FRUIT
cam; none but expeilenced hand* wanted. Apply at
91 Barclay (t.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN, TO LEARN AND WORK
at a good paying manufacturing buiineu. with con tant
employment; muit hare f2M to loan on lecurlty. Addre*a,
with real nam*, where an Interview can be had,
Staple Builneia, Herald office.
Tr\ANTED?FINISHERB AT THE IRON RAILING
>V builnei*. Apply at the factory, 109 Welt 83a *t.
YYtANTKD-A CUSTOM CLOTHINO CUTTER, TO OO
11 to a Southern city. Address box 1,747 Poit office.
WANTED-TWO GOOD TINNERS, TO OO INTO THE
country. Apply to Manning, Bowman A Co., <0 John
tract.
tFANTED-A SITUATION BY AN EXPERIENCED
11 custom and stock cutter, lately arrived from Knglaud;
States not objected to. Address J. H. B., Herald office.
WANTED TINMAN, FIRST CLARA WORKMAN, ONE
who understands furnace work, shop work and li a
good job ..cr; none otber need apply ; good wages and steady
work. Call on John Ftg&n, Yonkers, N. T.
W ANTED-A TAILOR ACCU6TOMF.D TO PRE8B
cloaks, Ac. O'SL'LLITAN A OREIO, 771 Broadway
11TANTKD-MACHINIST, BOILERMAKERS, COPPER
IT smith and t.renien, for the United btatu Navy. Apply
t> E. RODE, ? Market si.
~ HAL,KM AT AUCTION.
AT AUCTION.?WORKS OP ART.?BY PHILIP
LhVY, at Artists' Salesroom, 80 Nassau street. Toes
day mn'i Wedneeday, Z4tb and 25th, commencing at
o'clock A. M., euperb collection of Oil Painting!, by eminent
European and American aruiti. Catalogue! now rea<l/.
ta.e poaitlve.
A J. WILDF.Y, Al'CTlONEBR-OFFICE 48 BROAD
. ?treet. Monday, Annual 28, commencing at lflVf o'clock
prtclaely, large pi employ salt of magniacent lloiiiehold
Furniture, euperb roaewood wren octare Pianoforte, Pier
Mlirore, -tr.; eegant Trench eatln brocatel and One rep
Bulta, Centre Tabfre, *e.: rlchlv tarred eolld black walnut
Btx'.room Furniture, pure curled horeebalr Matlreeeea, fine
flatent Spring Bed?, rich Carpal^ Mr.., Ac., contained In the
urge brown e.one residence IS6 East Nineteenth etreet, near
Hi lid avenue. N. B.?Sale pou'.lvcly without reaerve and all
goode glialant'ed precleely a> repreaented.
AM. CR1BTALAR, AUCTIONEER.
. Watchea. Dlarnonda. Jewe'ry, te.
Large "ale, by catalogue, on Friday, Anient 27, at itlrtroom.
Broan.r.y, P?ar Howard ttreet. Full particular*
In Wedneadey'e paper.
A M. CKISTALAR, Al'CTTONEER.
J\ KurnitJre. Mlrrort, Carpete, Ae.
Recctver'e tale of a alt?ohilton of copartneraMd.?A. II.
CRISTA LARA SO!* will ee'l, at <27 Broadway, on Wedoeeday,
Augual 1A, at WX o'c'ock, roaewood and wtlnul Furol*
ture In great variety. Particulate In Tueeday'e Herald.
AICTIOM NOTICE.?B. NICHOL8 k CO., ADOtloneere.
Large and peremptory tale of elegant
llouiebold Furniture, on Monday morning, Auguat 28. at 10M
o'ekitt, at llau :arg? brown none reeldence 118 IVeet t wenty
elitb etreet, a law iloore from Hl*th avenue. Magnificent
r>aew< od WwefwlA from Ilecker A Brother'*; live elegant
Parlor nulla, covered with latin broeatel and frencb repe;
Hi Velvet, Hiuaaela Carpet*, 14 palre Lace Curtalna, Pier and
ManUI Mirror*, Rronie*. Flguree, Clocke, Statuary, 75 Ol I
Palming* bv eminent artlau, Ktageree, Tablee, Turkleh
Cbalre. Loungei, lu rotewood and walnut Chamber Sulla, 10
Redeteada. 10 Bureau*, Waihitande, Commodee. JO llalr and
Crrlng Maltreatee. Sheen, R'aneeta, Oullte, Bed Lounge*,
f'tialra. Hi kera 1 ?,.i?.. ihi'i It- ? i/-,-.
TaMaa. M lHnlni Chalra, Qlaaa, Chin* and Hllv?r War*, Tabla
Caliarr. Ac. Sale poaltlra. sea Mondaj'a Horald.
AUCTION NOTICE. LI'KR FITZOKRAI.D, AMOTION
a?r, will Mil to-morrow (Monday , at I0U o'clook, all
Um kaodaom? and coaily Hnnithold rumitura, brilliant roaawood
I'lanofora, 4e , contained in (ha Br* atory brown Mob*
prlTtM raatd*nc? lit Weal Twanlj aaraoth atreet. For paricoiara
a*a Monday'a Uarald.
1?V J W < AMi nKI.L, Ja? AITCTIONKER WILL
I) aali_an Monday, at 77 Gannon itigai. yaluabla Ltaaa,
a.aa Pufflraa and Block entlra of promluaul corner Liquor
INfl
ORK HERALD, SUNDAY, j
MUM AT AUCTION.
HUi p. thrall, AfcnoanuL
HurtM? Mate of CigArtt
RARRKR * THE AI.LwUI Mil by aucllon, TuaaHay, Auruit
K x II o'clock, a lb* I'anmarcUl salesroom, No. 8 OortUadi
mm, by urdw of mortAAM*, *,000 Imported Cigar?,
f.JSowlna bra 114*. Til. Cabuu. ruufu, Punch, La P*?ortta,
La|R?M. ri?ArtM, lD**uindad. AaUqukUd, Kapauolaa,
A?. TM ?bol* to t>* K<id poaHlT?lj for ouh.
At lot* o'clock, at lb* Commercial taJsiroom. No. 8 Cortlandt
stree'. * general assortment of
... . ..oil furniture, Mirror*, Carpet*, Ac. ..
Particular* Ucrtafler.
UT M. DOftMlTV, ACCrtONERR.
Mortgage sale ot Furniture, Carpet*, Pianoforte, ke.,
oa Monday. Auguet H, at 111)* o'clock, ai the saleeroom* 79
Naaaau *tra?t two fina Velret Parlor Carpet*, ten Ingrain
anil uwarf auir and room Carpet*, Parlor Suit* In brocatal
and >rj . Library an>l Secretary Hookca*e?, elegant Ext?n*lua
T . I?e. Iliifm, Dining and Parlor Chair*, Turklah
L<>un.-ra. . ?> and Rocking Chair*, gilt frame French Plata
k! rriira. tia* i "ban Inhere, Cornices, Window Shade*, Oilcloth,
Vailing, Hiorea and In fact the entire effect* of a large
four aturf buae. Catalogue* at tale. Dealer* and other*
will bar* a good opportunity to replenlab. By order of
John f. HMwart, Attorney (or Mortgage*.
Barker a theall, auctionbers-commerclal
alearoom* Nat Cortlendt street, four door* weat
Of Broadway: Art Oallery 844 Broadway BARKER .1 THEALL
kit* their terminal allentlon to bouae (ale* and alio solicit
consignment* to their commercial salesrooms, which,
for litbtjlo.-ailuii and apai^ous accommodation*, are aecond
to none In lha city, and by earnest attention to bitflnea*.
prompt return*, lash aalaa and proper regard for good* and
chattrla placed id our charue, hone to merit a continuance
ef Ike favor* already ao gaueroualy maclfeatad toward* our
n*w arm.
UEORQK BARKER k BENJAMIN P. THEALL.
Drcij rtork at auction?neatly pitted and
locked; capital opening for a phyalelan; will be *old
on premlae* 1U Baal Broadway, on Tueaday, At U o'clock.
Particular* from btrlckland, ?8 Cedar street.
WILLIAM ABBOTT, Auctioneer.
T^DWARD PETTINQER, Al'CTIONEEB, SELLS MONVj
day, Auguat V, at 10W o'clock, at private residence S48
East Twenty Drat street, Furnltuie, conilatlng of elegant Bureau*,
Sofas, Bedateada, Bedding. Painting*, Valret Carpet*,
Oilcloth, Crockery, Qlaiawar*, Kltcheu Utenill*, Ac. Sal*
poeltlra.
Henry b. hf.rts, auctioneer?large sale op
second band Furniture, the eutlre content* of a count
ry hotel, on Monday, August !t, at 1U^| o'clock, at tb* salesroom
180 Broadway, comprlalng Velvet. Bruasel* and Ingrain
i.arp<>ia m great Tarieir, una walnut uuarooer Bum, Kpring
and Hair luurHiiu, Heda, Bedding, Hlankcta, guilu. Sheen,
Ac.; walnut Parlor Suite, In repa and brocatel; Centre, Hide,
Card and Dining Table*, Buffets, Dining Chair*, Hall Stands,
Curtain*, Cornice*, floe Wardrobe*, Bookeaaaa, China and
Olaa* War*, Plated Ware, Ac., all In lu order and well worthy
the attention of purchaser*. Catalogue* will be ready
early on morning of *ale.
IB. WEINBERGER, AUCTIONEER,
. By R. HERMAN A CO., will **ll Monday, Auguit S3,
At 11 o'clock, at M Sixth arenue, the oontenta of a
wboleeale and retail Confectionery, consisting of a large
aa*ortment of Candlea, Preserved FrulU, Sugar*, Kancy
Bcxee, Ae. Also, Bteam and Copper Kettle*, Machine*,
Trav*| large Marble*, marble top Table*, Bedding, one Horie
and Wagon, Ao. Sale poeltlre. In tola to iult the trade and
other*.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?R. FIELD, AUCTIONEER,
1U Chatham a treat, will aell on Monday, &0(J lot* of Men'*
and Women'* Clothing, Bedding. Ac. By order of 8. Tannonbolt,
Market atreet.
PAWNBROKER'S BALE.?WATCHES AND JEWELRT.
R. FIELD, Auctioneer, IK Chatham atreet, will aell on
Tieaday, at 11 o'elock, 6O11 lot* of Uold and Silver Hunting
and open faoe Watcha*. Diamond and Gold Jewelry, Pine,
Ring*, Earrings,Bracelet*, Brooches, Necklace*, Gold Guard.
Mathematical Instrument*. Opera Cllaaae*, Fancy Hooda,
wall worthy the attention of dealer*. By order of K. Slmpaon
A Co., lM Bowery.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?JAMES AGAR, APCTION.
eer. will ?eiL at (alearoom 41 Kaat Broadway, Tueaday,
Aufiut 24, at 11 O'clock, 600 lota Men'* and Women'* Clotting.
By order of J. Bltimaner, (84 Seventh areuue.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE JOHN MORTIMER, 16 EA8T
Broadway, will aell Wedneaday, August id, a One aesortment
of Men'* and Women'* Clothing, Bedding and other
Good*. By order I. Aaron, 197 Grand * treat.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE 0* WATCHES AND JEWELn.-JOHN
MORTIMER, U Eaat Broadway, will *ell
Thuraday, Aucuat ftS, 400 lota of the flnnt Gold and Sllrer
Watchea. Gold and Diamond Jewelry, Plitol*, Gun*. Ac.,
offered thl* year. By order Abraham Goodman, 81 Centre
?treet.
QHERIFF'S SALE.?PIANOS.?RICHARD WALTERS.
O Auctioneer, will aell, on Monday, August S3, 18d?, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon, at No*. 411 and 413 weat Forty ecoml
itreet, the entire Stock of a lint clan* Pianoforte
Manufactory, con*l*tlng of flnlahed and unflnlahed Piano*,
Material*, Hon* and Cart, Iron Safe, Ac.
JAMES O'BRIEN, Sheriff.
Jacob Skkdachkb, Deputy.
FOR HALE.
A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOR ESTABLISHment;
best location and trade on Broadway; will bt aold
at a low figure; profit* large; trade Increaalng.
A TWO YEARS' LEASE, GOOD WILL AND FIXTURES
of on* of the bast Fancy Good* Stores on Broadway for
ale; near Twenty-fifth itreet. Inquire at tSt Weit Forty-third
Btrttet from 6 to 8 P. M.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WILDBR'S PATENT 1
salamander lire proof 8*fea for sale cheap p jevinua to
September 1, at 4K Cortlandt street, next door to the Merchants'
Hotel.
ALAROE 8IZE HBRRINO SAFE FOR SALE CHEAP?
Also one medium and two amall alied Safe* of Herring'*,
Wilder'* and Marvin'* make*.
8. O. QUIRK, 71 Maiden lan*. .
AN OLD ESTABLISHED DRUO STORE WILL BE
old cheap; rent tow and moderate bullae**; must be
old *oon. Apply at t 9 Ninth avenue.
AN OLD ESTABLISHED STATIONERY, BLANK BOOK
and Printing Buaineaa for sale?Near the sits of the new
Post oDlca; has been doing a successful buaineaa the past IS
years. Responsible parties only apply to JOUH F. PHELPS.
Si 10 Broadway.
A -FINE LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE-NEWLY FIT
ted op; also Lease of whole House; low rant. Will
be sold cheap. Satisfactory reason given for 'tiling. West
side; in a large thoroughfare. Apply to JOHN CAREY, lit
Amity street, corner Macdougal.
Determined to sell at some price-thb
Lease of Washington House, Brooklyn, and all the Furnltnre;
rare opportunity for some person. Call on JAQUES,
SOB Broadway.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE-PRICE ?8^00, CASH 1,*00|
average receipts <116 per dav; German neighborhood;
on that account trade can be increased; salable stock.
Address Capsicum, Herald olfice.
DRUQ STORE FOR RALE?IN A GOOD LOCALITY;
business good ; rent low; long lease; price $1,S0U, cash;
owner going South. Addre** B. L. P., box T6 Herald office.
DRUO 8TORF.8 FOR KALE.?GOOD C1TV LOTS WILL
be given for a flnt claas store.
O. W. FENNER, Ninety-seventh St. and Eighth av.
i rH)R SALE?FOUR BELGIAN CLAY RETORTS, LARGE
r ilie, eultable for coal oil worka. Will be told cheap to
pay storage. Apply to J. II. HOBBY M BON, 339 South at.
For sale-first CLASS shoe store, everythlng
complete, location Third artnue, Harlem. Chance
for eomebodr: particulars with
ISAAC W. NICHOLSON, 67S Eighth arena*.
For sale-a stock op millinbrt goods, con listing
of Bne French Flowers, Straw BonneU; one
long Table, Ac.; will be ?old cheap. Apply at MORITZ DINKKLSPtKL'B,
787 Briadway.
FOR 8ALE?THE COOPER'S SHOP NO. 6 COENTIES
lip, corner of Water street. A good trad* and leaa? at
low rant. Apply on the premises.
For sale-a boarding house, full at the
praaent time of good paying boarder*; wll I be K>ld
cheap, aa the preaent owner li going Weal. Apply at 40 Eaet
Fourth street, between Broadway and Bowery.
IjlOR BALK?a FINE REGULATOR CASP. and a
Wall Sbowraae. A good chance for a jeweller. Apply
at 867 Grand street.
TjlOR SALE-A FIRST CI.AS8 CONFECTIONERT, WITH
JT reataurant, stock. beautiful furniture, Ac.; cheap rent
and long leaae, with facllltlea for payment; the right peraou
can make a fortune; laat year'a ealea For full particulars
addreie B. D., care of tobacco etore 82 Houeton atreet,
sear Bowery.
First class drug store for salr-looated
near New York; a aplendld chance for a phyetetan; no
competition ; five yeare' leaae of etore and dwelling. Inquire
of W. N. WALTON, U4 Pearl atreet, New York.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE COAL YARD, FINE
Horee Cart, Fl jturei complete; small Houae In enmity
or rlclnity of New York; price $1,0.U, part caah. Addieae
Coal, Herald office.
JOBBING DRUG TRADE FOR SALE.?FOR rAETICl;.
lara a-ldreas 8. E. 1'ARMENTER, box 1,119 Mew York
Poet oOlce.
Marble top lunch and oyster counter for
ale. with fixture*. To be eeen at Bptngler Houae, Broadway
and Fourteenth atreet
Marvin safes under price?different sues.
Addreie A. B. C., herald oflice.
ONE BLOCK ABOVE ST. JAME8 HOTEL.?A HOARDtng
Home for sale, with Leaae and Furniture, which le
all new; location the heal In the city for letting rooms: raneon
for aelling, other business. Terma ?3.M0, half caeb, remainder
on mortgage. Apply at 1,117 BrotdWay.
OLD BRICK FOR SALE lOU/KMh INQUIRE OF THOS.
E. TRIPLER, 81)1 aienue rf.
Patent fuel?for sale, the original patent
Kight for making KmI from tbt rafu?? coal dn?t all
kinda Agenta warned. Apply at 71 Broadw*?, room 2ft
_ i. ?. lbvt.
pATKT &JCMJB,tWITH 8TDCK AND FIXTURES, FOE |
1 ? "rt"j "" "< ?! lemn aireet.
CAFES.-SEVERAL LARGE VSIZR 8BCOND HAND
M Kafea of varloue make; alto a Dumber of email eliee;
all for sale cheap Jur cash.
HTEAM HAFE COMPANY, WO Broad way.
d>Onn - r"R 8AI.K. GROCERY, STOCK ANT) FITtnrrt;
rent (to per month; raaaun for mIIIdc 1.1
health of owner. 811 Healer etreet. <
d>Or(| -TO DKKTMTS-A TRIPLE LOCATION. A
?P euperlor uilice location, with printing faclll lee
for building up an Imtnenae practice; an e'.egani dwelling
location: a completely fnrnlabe l floor, two Block* from
Murray Hill, with adjacent laboratory for manufacturing
denture material. An aicellent chance for a ll?e man to
pr^icl. Call at 40i Fourth areuue, Monday, between 10
<fc/i r.fi -THIS IB A GOOD CHARCB TO BCY A
JlTtlvi good Confectionery, with good Tool* and nice
Faloon ; good locality to do wholVaale bualneta a* well aa retail
; moat be aold eoon. Apply at <11 Second avenue.
<fcr.nn down and ?.*> per month ubtilpaid.Modern
French roof Cottage; one boar In New
Jereer and Ibree mlnntee' walk from elation ; marble man|
tela, dumb waiter, Ac. A perfect beauty. Price, If eoid Immediately,
$4,tOO. Pare 13 rente each way.
B. WALLACE, 71 Barclay etreet.
machinkkyT _ .
HRAD. WITH HEAVY BP1BDLB PACK
plaie, not leee than ?u inchee diameter, back Mared to
outer rim of face plate. A-Wreae, glrlng prist im degcrlplion,
boi t,M9 Poet oOloe.
llKiOST 22, 1869.?TRIPLE
| HOCMK8, ROOMS, 1C., WANTBP.
A OBBTLBMAN AND WIFB WANT ONB OB TWO
J\ fnrnUhad Booma on Meond Boor, without Board, la
firM cUm houM and locality on tha wut ?ld?, rtut a tut t*
moderate Addraaa P., boi ?,H? fol oHloa.
A four story hod8k WANTED?location bbtween
FaurtDtnlh and Twenty third streets, furnished
or unfurntoh?4 A-ldreee A. B., Herald office.
A FURNISHED HOU3B WANTBD-BY A RESPONslble
A marl can family, Juat returning from the country,
on weet (Ida, between Twenty-third and For y ninth atreeta.
Addreaa or apply at office of HOBBI8 B. BAfcK, SSV Weil
Thirty-fourth itreet.
Furnished lodoino booh wanted-in trb
neighborhood of the Union League Club House, by a
young gentleman of quiet habits. Address II., box 5,623 Pout*
office.
Furnished house wanted-between lkxinoton
and Seventh avenue* and Eleventh and Forty-fifth
streets: price 9W0 to $400 per mouth. Address P. S., box
2,IM Poet offlee. * '
Furnished house wanted.-rent from
to per month. SWANN A B08TWICK,
201 Broadway, New * ork.
Furnished room-with usb of bath and closet,
without board, wanted, In South Brooklyn, by
gentleman. Addreaa box 2,M8 New York Poat office.
For a physician and wife, by September i,
a furnfihed seoond iiory Room, front, between Fifth
and Eighth aveuues and Forty-elxth and Flfy-founh streets.
Address Dr. RANDOLPH, 149 Wait Forty-ninth itroet, for
one week.
IWI8H TO RENT A FLOOR, SUITABLE FOR HOUSEkeeping;
location muet be good. State terms, number of
roomi, whether furniahed or unfurnUhud. Adlreu JOHN
BROWN, Herald office.
TIT ANTED?A SMALL HOUSE, OB APARTMENTS
TT over a atore for a email family; location between Fourteenth
itreet and Canal itreet, welt of Broadway; it ale terms.
Address box 161 Herald offioe.
WANTED-PART OF A HOUSE FUBNISHED FOB
houiekeeplng for a gentleman, wife, child and one
errant; location must be healthy and reepectable. Addreu.
tatlng terms, 4c., to a Desirable Tenant, bos 148 Herald
office.
WANTED-A FUBNISHED BOOM, WITHOUT BOARD,
suitable for lady and gentleman, in a quiet neighborhood
in the Ninth ward. Address, stating terms, convenience,
location, Ac., W., box 163 Herald office.
117*ANTED?THREE OR FOUR ROOMS, UNFURNISHVV
ed, suitable for housekeeping, for a family of three
adults. Rant not to exceed 925 per month. AdareM J. H.
K., Herald office.
WANTED-TO LEASE OR buy, COTTAGE OF FIVB
or iix rooms, about two acres of firouud^ 1 or IX hour
from city and near depot. Addreu WILLIAM, Herald office.
WANTED?AN UNFURNISHED HOUSE, BRICK. OR
tone front; location Fourteenth to Fifty-ninth street
Lexington to Seventh avenue. Owner* will adore**, with full
particular* and loweat rent, Promptneia, Herald oflloe.
WANTED?A FURNISHED HOUSE, IN GOOD LOCAtlon.
Principal* only will addreu, with full particular*,
Search, Herald olOoe.
WANTED-A HOUSE, IN A CENTRAL LOCATION ?
rant not to exceed *3,000. Addreu B. A. CURTIS,
Herald olllce.
WANTED-BY RESPONSIBLE, PROMPT PAYING
tenant, large nnfurnUhed House: suitable for Hrtt daaa
boarding, In thl* vicinity. for about $8,600. Send full particular*
to ROBT. 0. RICHARDS, 963 Broadway, near Twenty
thlrd street.
WANTED-BY GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, POUR OR
five Room*, In good neighborhood; private house preferred
; between East Thirtieth and Fiftieth itreeU, at moderate
rent. Addreu immediately A. W1LKINS, 228 East
Forty-ilxth street.
WANTED-A SUIT OF SIX OR EIGHT FURNISHED
Room*, for light housekeeping; term* moderate: loration
hf>t?o?n Knnrth and Thirtv-fonrth ilrMti and Third
and Seventh avenue*. Address T. 8. O., Herald office, staling
terms and location.
WANTED-FOR A GENTLEMAN, WIFE, DAUGHTER
and servant, four to tlx Rooms, turnlsbsd with all conveniences
for housekeeping la a qu-'et, respectable piivata
bouse and locality on the wed aide; Bret or second Boor.
W 111 pay about $66 per month and permanent If suited. Address
Responsible, Herald office.
WANTED-A FURNISHED HOUSE, IN A GOOD Location,
where a part of the rent would b? taken in
board. Address B., box 1U1 Herald office.
WANTED-BY A FAMILY OF FOUR ADULTS, FOR
tglJtfO per annum, a thoroughly furnished House, between
Fourteenth and Fortieth streets. Address H. C. E.,
Herald office.
WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, THREE
or lour Rooms, nice.y furnished, for housekeeping; vicinity
of Union square; private house; price not to exceed
$60, or, unfurnished, $40. Address James, Herald office. I
WANTED?A SMALL HOUSE, FURNISHED OR UNfurnUhert,
by two adults, In a desirable location above
West Fourteenth streek Address, with terms, box 4,697 Post
office.
WANTED?A SECOND FLOOR FOR HOUSEREEPlng,
by a gentleman with wife and Infant. Address,
stating price, B. H., Herald office.
WANTED-A WELL FURNISHED HOUSE, BETWEEN
Twelfth and Thirty-sixth streets, where Uie owner would
take board In part payment for rent. Address W> B. 8., box
HO Herald office.
WANTED-HALL BEDROOM FOR SINGLE OENTLBman,
between Fourteenth and Tblrty-lifth streets,
Sixth and Lexington avenue*. Address C. H. C., 191 Church
street, up stairs.
WANTED-A FLOOR OF FIVE ROOMS. WITH WATER
closet, gas, Ac.; terms about $10. Address, with particulars,
R. N., box Z1S Herald office.
WANTED?SECOND FLOOR OR PART OF A OENtsel
private House in or near Second avenue and Fourth
to Fourteenth street. Apply at or address Factory, 178 Forsyth
street.
"117"ANTED?A SECOND FLOOR, CONSISTING OF
Ty four or Ave rooms, unfurnished, for gentleman, wlfo
and servant, botween Fifth and Second avenues, Twentyfourth
and Eighth streets; rent not to exceed $40. Address
Mrs. E. 8. T., 17 Third avenue.
WANTED?A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, FULLY FURnlshed;
good, central location. Address, with full
particular*, m. a., station u.
TIT A3 TED TO HIRE?A HOUSE, BETWEEN SEVENTH
Tf and Lexington avenues and Twentieth and Fiftieth
streets; rent from $1,100 to $1,400. Addren box 6,470 1'ost
office.
WANTED TO BENT-A NEWLY FURNISHED OR
unfurnished tour story high stoop House, between
Twenty-second and Forty-second streets and Madison and
Sixth avenues. Address, with particulars, box 6,674 Poll
office.
WANTED TO RENT?FROM NOW TO MAY
1-72, a medium sited House, unfurnished. In good location,
ahore Thirty fourth street; home must be hTjjh stoop
and no leas than 20 feet wide, with all modern Improvements.
Address, with full particulars, T. Z., box 1,844 New Vork l'ost
office.
WANTED TO RENT-BY THE 1ST OF OCTOBER, TWO
adjoining first class Dwelling Houses, partly or fully
furnished, suitably adapted for boarding houses; location desired
between Fourth and Sixth avenue.i, not abot-e Twentysixth
street. Beat of references will be given. Address, slating
terms and full particulars, A. B., Herald office.
WANTED TO RENT-AN UNFURNISHED HOUSE,
medium slxe, cootalnlng all mo-lern Improvements;
must be In first rate order snd neighborhood. Address, with
full particulars, 0. K., box 4,446 Post office.
WANTED TO RF.NT-A HOUSE: PRICK NOT TO Exceed
tl60 per month; itlve loca'i in sn < foil particulars,
J. R. A8HERJ83* Broadway.
PROPOSALS. ~
C1ROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.?SEPARATE
J sealed proposals, each endorsed with the tide of the
work to whkh It relates, the name of the bidder and the data
of its offering, will be received at this office until 11 o'clock
A M. of Wednesday, August 16, from persons legally authorised
to lay the "Brown A Miller" pavement and also the
"Ftsk concrete" pavement In the city of New York, for the
laving of the "Brown A Miller" pavement In North Mo->re
street, from West Broadway to West street, and In While
street, from Ontre street to Broadway; and for the laving of
the "Ftsk concrete" pavement In ltMh street, from Third to
Sixth avenue.
The plans for these works can be seen and speelBoatlons
snd forms for the l>|,ls obtained on application to ths cou
Til OH AH RTF.PHBNR. 1 Crotoo
RUBKRT L. DARRAOH,> Annedoo
OF.ORttE 8. UKKENB, ) Board.
Nrw Tom, AtijnM la, IMS.
/1ROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT?TO RRWER
" i oontraetora. Separate eeele.I propoeele. <uh endorsed
with the title of the work lo which It reletea, the niw or the
bidder and the date of Ita offering will b? received at thla
nTee until 11 o'clock A. M. of Monday, Aunit *>, IMt, for
the construction of eewere In tka following Inealitfee, tit. !?
ttpecincation 1*.- In Forty third street, between Third and
Islington arenuee: alao m Forty-fourth aad Forty-6fth
(treat*, between F*coad arenu* ami Eaet rt?er, aad la Fifth
arenue, between Forty ninth aad Fiftieth etreeta.
Specification 14.?In Waemnitoa and (ireerwirh etreeta,
between Dcnl.roeeee eo l t'an?l. < ermine etreet, between
Puene aad Jay ; Leonard etreet. between Uroadwey aad Elm
treat; Centre Market place, between Wrand aad Broom*
etreeta, aad la Brooaae street, between i'aatra aad Mulberry
trraU.
K^ecifeationll.?In Flgbty tlr*t *tr*e?. from Ninth arena*
to and through Rlchth arenue, to near Eighty Bftb etreet.
HpeelftcatlOQ )(.?Ia Third areaue, betweea Ninety third
and iOTth street*.
Specification IT.?la 114th etreet. between Flret aad Third
areuuee; 114th etreet, between Third aad Fourth aeeaa**,
and 119th etreet, betweea a>eaue A aad Harlem rleer, with
br?D<. l?,
HperlflcatlonlS.?In Hereelh etreet, betweea Flret arenue
and arenue R.
Specification 1*. In Puane street, batween Wflliam and
Roae etreeti; Madison etreet, between ituueeroenr aad Mont(tomcry;
Ooerok aad Norfolk etreeta, between Klrlagtoe ml
Stanton streets; Sheriff etreet, between fctantoa and Honeton
etreeta; Prtnea etreet, betweea Now aad Mulberry arenue
A, betweea Third and Fourth etreeta, aad IB Flret areaue,
between Sereutti and Elgkth etreet*.
Rpeclflcatlon M. Outlet eewer la Billy fret etreet and Raet
rlrer; aad In areaua A, between Hliiy-Bral aad Herenty arst
etreeta.
flpeclflcatlon SI In Fifth arenue, betweea Eighty ninth
and liwth etreeta.
Specification M. In Jteraatf-enoond atreet, bMwwii Third
uo Fourth arrnu*; ud In Heretitjr iftwlli alrtet, utvifn
Flrat and Tilled arrnnae, with iraoehea
Specification SI.?In Tenth arenoe, Mum Twenty e if hi It
and Twentr ninth etracta, and 41 receiring bai na, ae M
crllMHl lo tali ?pac ill ration.
Specification M. Underground drain* betwean Fiftr nli.U
and Blity-Afth atreete, and between fourth and Fifth are
BOM.
Specification M. In rierenth imw, between Thlite>nth
and Twenty-third "trecta
Frnpoeam will also at the (MM Uma be raaetrad far mUm
Second avenue, from Fourteenth to Nineteenth atreet, with
Nlcoleon pavement.
The plana for tbeee work* eaa he aaen aad eparihratioae
hud forme for blda obtained on appltoaUon at thie o?ca
THOMAS rrKFHMMj (Won
BOBT U DARRAOH. AauH.M*
ororoi . umm,i jmm
?1W Tom*, Anfuit 11, IM.
.. B1LUARPW.
Afixr rtocr or nurr ci>am mixiakd tahlea,
with Hharp'e Hnproved patent etwhlana. for eaia
at reduced piicaa. Call at tba manufactory, n rruaby
i (treat. AJ?o eatvod band lahdh ,
SHEET.
AMIJHBMEWTW.
C1BNTRAL PARK GARDEN.
/ MtwU tmui. Mwtu fiftT-eWhin ij><? "U.
THEODORE THOMAS'
POPULAR GARDEN CONC8RT4
THIS SUNDAY, AUGUST *L ln?.
TWO (iRAKO CONCERTS.
TWO ORAND OONCERTH.
AfUrnoon at l>^i/cloak, a*?iqf at I o'clock.
THKO. THOMAS'
UN RIVALLED ORCHESTRA
WILL APPEAR IN BOTH CONCERTS,
la a new and brilliant pro train me erarr aoncari.
CONDUCTOR lilKODOKB THOMAS.
ADMISSION THIRTY PIVK CENTS.
PRIVATE BOXES, EXTRA, TWO DOLLARS.
Grand opera housb,
Corner Tweutj-iblrd afreet an?l Eighth avenua. _
TENTH WEEK TENTH
TKNTII vl-vu- ouTil
xbnth week tenth
lccilijk wester*.
ll'cillk western.
...... L.U01U'* WESTERN.
GRAND REVIVAL. GRAND REVIVAL.
ORAJD REVIVAL. ORANO REVIVAL.
QHAND REVIVAL. ORANO REVIVAL.
SEA or ICB.
SEA OP ICE.
ska or ice.
MAGNIFICENT SCBNERY.
magnificent scenery.
magnificent scenery.
IMPOSING EFFECTS.
imposing epphcts.
IMPOSING EFFECTS.
STARTIDING TABLEAUX.
STARTLING TABLEAUX.
STARTLING TABLEAUX
GENERAL ALMISSION 80 CENTS.
general admission m cbnt3.
GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
EVERT EVENING AND SATURDAY.
EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY.
EVERT EVENING AND SATURDAY.
NIBLO'S GARDEN.
Leueei and Managers JARRKTT A PALMES
Door* open 1:30 heclo* at # P. M. i oon lud<M 1U 40.
MONDAY, A I'OUST 13, 1MH.
GREAT HIT.
COMPLETE 6UCCB88.
niohtlt crowded
To wltotM Bouclcault'*
best DRAMA,
BEST DRAMA.
ARRAH-NA-POOUEl
ARRAH-N A-I'OGUE;
OR, THE W1CKLOW WEDDING.
OR, THE WICKLOW WEDDING.
- A TRUE STORY OP IRI8H L1FB.
A TRUE STORY OP IRISH LIFE.
THE GRAND SCENERY, AC.,
ALL NEW, ALL NEW.
ARRAH-NA-POGUK. DAN BRYANTaa Sbauo tha Port, ,
AKRAH-N A-POOUB. whoa* b*art beat* warm for lb*
ARRAH-NA-POGUB. girl of hi* oboloa i food of A jig. ,
ARRAH-NA-POGUB. (oDg and patriotism.
ARRAH-NA-POGUE. DOMIMCK MURRAY a* Feanay, ,
ARRAH-NA-POGUB. a crlnglug apeclmen of ah informer,
ARRAH-NA-POGUB. spy and coward. I
ARRAH-NA-POGUB. HOSB EYTINGE aa Arrab-NaARRAH-NA-POGUB.
Pogus, ths simple peasant girl, deARRAH-NA-POGUB.
votion her watchword and courag*
ARRAH-NA POGUE. her faith.
ARRAH-NA-POGUB. JOSHEPHINR PIDDB8 a* Pan?y ,
ARRAH-NA-POGUE. Power, with a daih for adventure,
ARRAH-NA-POGUK. love, sincerity and bop*.
ARBAH-NA-POOUE. Tbla highly romantic and beautiful
ARRAH-NA-POGUE. masierwork of tba beat of playARRAH-NA-POGUE.
wrilere, In addition to It* very *uARBAH-NA-POGUB.
parlor oa*t of character*, presents
itmn.m.pnnnR ? nM,i? ?i
ARRAH-NA-POOUE. Ac., Ac., framed by Voeghlla, ud
ARRAH-NA-POUUE. pronounced perfect by prett, pubARRAHNA-POGUK.
lie and all beholdere.
FIRST AND ONLY ARKAH-NO-POGl'E MATIN KB,
SATURDAY, AUGUST i, AT 1 O'CLOCK.
In active preparation, Booclcault't latMt Mniailonal dram*,
entitled
FORMOSA: Or, TUB RAILROAD TO RUIN.
Beate aecured ?1? day? In aa ranee.
Tammany.-PALACE or amubrment.
NEW YORK AMUSEMENT COMPANY...Proprietors
In Inaugurating the teaoud eeaeon at thle popular plaee of
amtitemeni the dlreetori bare endeavored to furnlth their
patrone with tbe moil extensive ami varied entertainment
ever offered here, which, while It It moit attractive aa a
whole, win be found to contain more or le<e to tatltfy every
taite, from the widely popular to fie discriminating aad telect.
That then effort! have been reoognlxed and acknowledged
by the public It atteited by the overflowing and enthu tattle
audlencee that have nightly crowded the building from
floor to roof.
The artliti engaged In the varloue departmenta of amusement.
aelence and art are all of acknowledged euperlortty in
tbelr separate specialties, and Include a number of recognized
etar namet.
EVERY BVENINQ AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
SECOND WEEK OP
ALL THE BRILLIANT AND ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES.
THE QUEEN OK HRARTB.
NEW BALLETS "The Glrle of the Period,'1 "Sheila of the
Ocean," "Qame at Cardt," to., Ac.
MOB and GOODRICH, the Champion Skatert.
laur1s' comic pantomime.
BOBBY NEWCOMB'3 Corpe of Danoere.
THE SILVESTERS' New and Wonderful Illutlon.
BaRRY OURR'S Che mailed Performance.
LOGRENIA'8 Trained Hlrdt, Mice, Call, Ac.
PR0FBS60R ROBERTS' Maglo Tableaux.
And other innumerable attract lone. ,
Admtaalon to all 50 cente.
Bowery thkatre.
MLLE. MARIETTA RAVEL
FOR ONE WEEK MORE.
A PERFECT TRIUMPH?EVERYBODY DELIOHTED.
ENTIRE CHANCE.
Mr. P. E. CONNELLY It engaged to t uptwirt Mile. RAVEL.
MASSANlfeLLO, Mile. MARIETTA RAVEL
or the an
DUMB GIRL or POBTICt. THE DUMB GIRL,
Grand combat between Mile. Mr. P. E. CONNELLY
Ravel and Mr. P. E. Con- at
Ml*. GONZALO.
TOM CRINOLE'S LOO.
Friday evening, farewell Benefit of Mile. Marietta RaveL
Fifth avenue theatre.
Under the management of Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY.
A BOUNDLESS SUCCESS.
" rLAY,''
WITH ITS EVER CHANGING,
UUMEKOL'S, CAUHTIC AND DRAMATIC,
PICTURES or LIFE AT TUB
CONTINENTAL SUMMER RESORTS.
Cast with
B. U DAVENPORT, I GEORGE CLARKE,
OEORtiE HOLLAND J CLARA JENNINGS.
AGNES ETHEL, . | MRS. G. H. OILBKRT,
Darlilge, Polk, Emily Lew!*, Ac., In tlM faihlonable and contemporaneu*
Portraiture*.
MATINEE RATCRDAY.
Beat* aaenred ilx dajra In advance.
OLTMPIO THEATRE?BEGINS AT ft.
LAST WKEIC BUT ONE,
LAST WEEK BUT ONE,
Lant week but ona previous (o iha
Cloae of the pantomime aewn.
LAST NIGHTS OK GKO. L. FOX'S
Graat and popular
HICCORY DIOCOKY DOCK.
Laat night* of the
SFNSATIONAL KIRALFY TROIPB,
Mile. HANIOLA, Brother* IMRE an* BOLOSSY,
HUNGARIAN DANCS and HARVEST HOME.
Clown ia?t week but George L. Fox
MATINEE8 (1V6> WEDNESDAYS AND BATCKDAV8.
ON MANDAY, SfcPTEMBKH ?,
The favorite and Intereitln* drama of
UNCLE TOM'S CAHIN,
whlrh, after month* of great preparation,
Will positively be produced with an
UNEQUALLED CAST Of CHARACTERS.
LLB. JJABLOTTA PATTI1mm ^ Mmnmmm __
^<jl iiiv uriu| vinn ini ni\<o uu wn^nni, nnu
during her absence from tha United BUtei hu been giving
concert* In London, Pari*. Vienna, Berlin, Madrid, Constantinople
and all the principal elites In Europe with the most
brilliant suece**, will arrive shortly and appear In a lerlea of
ORAltD CONCERTS,
assisted by th i eminent Planlitand Composer,
THEODORE BITTER;
the wonderful young Violin Virtuoso.
JEAN PRUME,
and other distinguished artists, who are now being engaged
In Europe by Max Htrakoscb. I
618 "UBBUM or ANATOMY, III I
618 Broadway. 118 I
<18 , (II I
818 I We are fearfully and I (18 I
(18 I wonderfully made. I (18 I
818 _ 1 > 118
818 Th* Beauties, Wonder* and Monstrosltle* of (18
811 the Hnman and Animal Creation to be *e*a at (18
one Tiatt. *18 j
Rubini, thb oreat and famous conjuror, ,
from the Egyptian Hall, London, la prepare 1 to negotiate
for hi* wowierf til entertainment, the marvel* of maglo,
Including th* most extraordinary sensailon.of the age; never
been exhibited In thl* country; something entirely new. Addre**
Blgnor Rublnl, Herald oDee.
TfIB LECTURE SEASON.
Important lectures to oentlbmen only, on j
Interesting, Invaluable and scientific subjects, showing
nr to live and what to live for, are delivered dally at the
New York Mnieum of Anatomy. Thos* unabl* to attend
can receive a copy bv forwarding to cent* to the secretary,
(18 ttroadwav.
MUiilOAL.
A LADY JUBT RETURNED PROM PARIH, HA VINO
Mudied with Dnpres and the best master* In Europ*,
will receive a few pupil* for the cultivation of the voice. 1
Call on or address Mr. WOOD, at Stelnway <t Bona'.
A LADY. WITH PULL MEZZO SOPRANO VOICE. I
highly cultivated. wlahea a utuatlon In a embolic or an
Epiacopal choir. Call oa or addraaa Mr. WOOD, at fltalnway
A Bona*.
TUB R1LLARNEY QUADRILLES I S IN OREAT DEmand.
Our Illustrated edition isplendld view of the 1
Lakee of Klllertiey, Ireland) la DOW ready, price 75c.; plain 1
edition Me. Send ui the price by nail and you will receive! II
portage frae. Addreae DALEY'S Mualc Store, 419 Grand
atreet, Raw Work.
WANTED A OENTljK MAN AS PIANIST AND
lecturer, lo travel with a popular entertainment. Ad.
dreeeWjH HUMPHRYH, UAitor place. j
WANTKD-A YOUNG LADY Of GOOD A PPBARANCB,
with good voice, who can *lng Engliah ballad*, to
travel with a flrat clam entertainment. Addreaa W. R.
UUMPHRYR, U Aator place, N*w York.
POMTICAU ^
Ked hoy dp.moceaoy notice, a meetino or
ibe Ked lint Democrat* or the Seventh ward, under
ll?e auapieaa of the herenth Ward Red Hot Democratic Aa- i
eoclallnn, will he held on Tueeday evening, Aiiguat M, at 8
o'clock, at Hot ante llall, M Raat Broadway, for tha purpoie
of eapouadlng democracy lo It* Irna national, Slate and
ronaty principle* and bearing. Tha following democrata
wtll addreaa (he meeting ? Hon. B. J. Shandley Rlebard
Waltera, J P. Solomon, J. W. Andrewe, Morrli t. Powley.
t- I. Moatgoiaerr, Captain Ryn tere. Couneellor Rrophy and
. there. Red Hou, rally. JAMKS O'DONNELL, Prealdant
juil a. CoamtkruRn, Secretary.
CMrrtTniu. ""
A 1 ?M. M \ R It R, M RUTH AVENUE, OPIVHITB
J\ I. Eighth at r*?t.?Ladle* and gentlemen can receive the
fun valoe IB ca<k for their Caet Off Wearing Apparel, Dlatm
t.'la, Jewelry, Carpet*, furniture, Ac. The beat you can
de le pleaee to eell at ?/eetabltahmeot or aeod u? a notei
iCa number aaahova. Ladle* waited upon by Mr*. Mark*.
I roe yen will he dealt with lo vuur aatiifaction and beoeflt.
1RAAC fLATTO, n? RUTH AYRN1K. NEAR PORT?
J Milk Mrw(. UdM Ml OMUMMB Will r?MIT? Ul? ll|)
w ssrjswsstast ^
mwtmtiy
!??. riuMtt oinrcoptMTia and rum oold
11 ruling mum lliiyii. hrotM i?4 Untfar UMtk to
&ac??rssisj asns&ststa r
. ? < -? ? ?,'Z. t.. . t "?-4JPk i
AMraiMBNTH.
rJKATP.B COaiCl'S.
WHITK 4 BPKKCgR, LESMEE8 AND PROPRIETOP&
GRAND 8UtH.'?88 OP TUB QRHAT COMEDY.
DAVID OARRIOK, DAVID OARRIO&
DAVID OARRIOK, DAVID OARRICC
which tUnd* In lh? front rank of overwhelming popular pro*
A. ? ..Wit,.J? ...1 r r -
-uiTgiwij accora 10 uua
M being oh of lb?
MOST KLBOAMT OF ROBINSON'S WRITINC8
Mr. GtORGK BONIFACE a* DAVID OARRIOM
18 POSITIVELY BEYOND COMPARISON
DAVID GARRICK WILL BE REPEATED ALL TH11
WEEK
with lb* same beautiful cut, which cannot fall to meet wilt
II the requirement! of an exacting pub'io.
Second week ol the ckannlnr lianieuie,
IILLE. DIANA,
in ber ?reat Hungarian Polka. The whole concluding wltt
the Comedietta entitled
PA8 DE FASCINATION:
OR,CATCH1NO A GOVERNOR,
In which MIm Llxxle Wllmor* will api>ear aa Catherine Kltt
per.
DON'! FAIL TO SEE THIS FINE PIECE.
MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AY
TWO O'CLOCK.
BOOTH'S THEATRE,
Twentythird street, between Fifth and Sixth arenueh'
FOURTH WEKK.
Mr. JOSEPH JEFFERSON
la hie world renowned character of
RIP VAN WINKLE.
Matinee on Saturday at 1
Doors open at 714. Commence at 8.
With the view of accommodating the great demand ftf
places the box sheet will be open
TWO WEEKS
la advance, for which time seata may be secured at the the^
U-e or at Dltson'e, 711 Broadway.
WaLlack'b.
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
MONDAY, ACUl'ST 28, 1WS9,
and every evening during the week,
MR. JOHN E. OWENS
In two of hie most famous specialties.
JOSHUA BUTTERBY,
In Tom Tavlor's Oomedy of tha
VICTIMS,
and his world renowed cbaracterlxatlon of
SOLON SHINGLE.
assisted by a superior company of talented art I its.
I1TAVERLEYTHEATRE.
TV Proprietor* Clinton Eddy and John Stetson, J|
MONDAY EV ENINO. August 23,
GRAND OPENINU OF FALL AND WINTER SEASON.
THE NEW SENSATION COMBINATION.
A MAMMOTH ALLIANCE.
minstrelsy,
VARIETY,
BALLET AND
BUKLB8QCB.
MI88 ANNIE HINDLE,
tha famous London Mimic.
MIS* EVA BRENT,
lb* favorlta Vocalist, from Salwyn's, Boston.
BPH HORN,
Lh* real Ganlu* of Broad Humor.
DICK CARROL,
the onilDil Broadway Dancing Kulir.
If Id Ella Wemcr, (he Cllnetou Ulsters, Law Br Inner, Qui
William*, the Wallace Bleters, Mlae Adelaide Oonzales, Mill
Bsrtls Majrwood, Mile. Vina Parrand,
8am ryan.
Mid numerous others of like oe.ebrlty.
The beat variety ever yet oBVro.i, glren by a company whlek
can eland criticism from the preee and public.
matinees Wednesdays and baturday& .
Adml*ilon 71, to and It cents. Box book open during the daw
TITOOD'b museum I WOOD'S MU8EUM j
V? Authorised saecersor to
BARNUM* AMERICAN MUSEUM.
BROADWAY--Corner of Thirtieth treet?BROADWAY.
OPEN EVERY DAY PROM A. M. TO 10 P. M.
OMR MILLION WONDERS ALWAYB ON VIEVP.
M ceuts?OKNERAL ADMISSION-88 cents.
CHANO, The Chinese Ulent, nearly # feethtahf
ClIAN (J, The Cblneee Giant, nearly If feet high*
THE TALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD. T
Has no rival. CHANO. Has no parallel
Has ao squat. CHANO. None Ufeahin,
A OIANT AMONO GIANTS.
KIN-POO. his pretty wife. CHAN(1
KIN-POO, hiapretty wlfsi CHANS
ADMIRAL PISK, JR., ~
A DWARF, SO Inohes high. A DWAS*
A DWARP, 80 Inches high. . A DtVARf*
PLKArtP. OBSERVE?MONDAY, AUO. 10, at S P. M.,
The Pall and Winter Dramatio Reason
WILL BE INAUGURATED,
with a new local and musical spectacular burlesque sntltlu
MADSANnSLLO, ^ .
and
THE WATER NYMPHS,
in which tbs beautiful and brilliant
KAV18TOW8KI SISTERS
and complote Burlesque Company and Chora* will app?Ul
EVENING, at K, with new scenery and dreasee,
THB PBAKL OK SAVOY,
lo which the fascinating California actresses, the
RAND SISTERS?OLIVIA and KOstA,
and fnll Dramatic Company, will appear.
PAREPA ROSA, ENGLISH OPERA
Proprietor*. .....CARL R08A, AND C. D. HB88 A <Xg
The season In New York will commenoe at th?
FRENCH THEATRE,~KOURTEBNTH STREET,
ON SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER tl,
with the Orel performance In America of Balfe'e grand rd)
mantle opera, W
P URITAN'S DAUOHTER. ?
The Reason to necessarily limited to Bfteen nlghu and three
mauneee. The Company opening at the Academy of Musi* 9
Philadelphia, October ?. If
Tony pastor's opera hocse, ?oi bowery. ^
The greatest and boat combination ercr teen upon oaf
atage. OPENING OP T1IR PALL SEASON. jt
MANY NEW STARS, the vary beat In th? provision,
dad to the already Immense company, making it by all odaa
J THB BEST OOMPANY IN~THE WORLTX f
First appearance In New York of th* great American Pads
tomlmists, J AS. H. WBSLKY
and GEO. K. ROOMB,
who will appear In the glorious pantomime of
RORfcKT M ACAIRB.
Engagement of the famous Ethiopian Comedian,
JOHNNY gUKBN,
In hla original acta, "The Bowery Danolng Master," and "IM
Father leu Id Charcoal." In wblcn he haa do living aquaL
Engagement of the champion Grmnsata and Athletes,
THB RENTLBY BROTHERS.
Engagement of the pop lar errentrle Ethiopian ComedlaOt
Btl.LV KMMBTT.
ALL THB BRIGHTEST STARS OF THB PROFESSION.
HOHBY NBWCOMB, FRANK KERNS, J. W. MoANDRKWt
In entirely new peculiarities and comic epoclaliles.
JENNIE BENSOMHELENF. SMITH, ADDIB LERROIT,
T. O. Rlrff*, George Warren, G. W. Thompson, J A. Grarsik
Harry Clifford. J. W. Collier. Pole Conner*. Jamas BradleM
Maria Uorenflo, A lie* Bnmera, A moll* Oorenflo, Ac., A*., add
TONY PASTOR.
THEBB COMPANIES IN ONF.
matinees wednesday and saturday at*xo'aioeMf
HOOL.KY'8 OPERA HOl'HH, BROOK LYN.-A.
Maflln In hla Spado and I.add,T Dance, J. R. Camp*
bell'a 8iu up Speech, John Mulligan, Fayette Welch and Um>
ley'i Mlnatrela. _
/COMEDIANS. COMEDIANS, COMBDf ANS.?WANTBD
\V immediately, for the acaaun of '9i and *70 two Brat claaf
Veraatlle Corneal ana. Flrat claaa aalarlee paid. Apply to
M. HOOLEY, Hooley'a Opera Uouee, Braohly. ^
TRBNOB'S lybio hall, 4
721 to 737 Sixth avenue, oppnalt* Becerrolr rpiara.
The great auocaaa all end . og Mr. Trenor'a efforta la ultM
llahlni
A FIRST CLASS BALL FOR FIRST CLASH PBOPLg
haa Induoed him lo enlarge hla beautiful rooma to
AH AREA OF NEARLY AN BNTIRK HLOCR.
Etmt room refnrnlahrd. painted and richly nih^lllaoed wlt%
BARB AND COSTLY I'AINTINOB, IMMENSE UIBa
BORS, AC., '
rendering thla truly aplendld tatabllahmant not only on* of
the larceat, but by far the moat convenient In the city for
BALLS, CONCERTS. LBCTl'RR.H, WKDDINOS, PH1VAT?
THEATRICALS, TARLBAUX. AC.
Boomi open daily. 10U Setieea and l(M Chalre for eala ahtapy
BROADWAY, ?M
DZU LADIES' NEW YORB M
m ANATOMICAL^ MUBKI'M. _ HJ
jS ^ "Know Thyeelf." f T Life WlthU?~Llf7"t MS
520 No Lady should $3
830 fall to flail thla marTelloua and wonderful collee- M
IPO lion. Femalee only In attendance. M
00 Open from ? A. M. till 7 P. M. ?M
Madamr varian Hoffman's grand concert.*
In the Unitarian church, Clinton avenue, New Bright
Ion, Statan Ialand,
WEDNESDAY RVENINO, Augaaltt, IMS,
ualated by Mr. W. J. Hill, tenor; Bis. O. Foaaatl, baritnM)
Mr. A Hoffman, vlollnlat: Mr. J. Comellaa, planiel; Sic. Oh
Aberler, moalcal director. Admlaalon (I.
vrat'o**!- conservatory of mf81(\
i.1 Eighth atreet, between H road way and Fourth artnqa
piano, SINOINTj, y,ootjn,ir|iarfmony and la*
Talent employed anperlor to that of any other mualc achat
In America. Send for circular. J
The ambrican conservatory of music,
M Unlonjaquare, neit Clarendon Hotel,
Circular* and further Information cftnVa obtained at ftfc
Dfflce. HBNKY 6CHHOKDER, Director.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-BY THB EDWIN AD AMI
Dramatic Aiaoclatlon, a few ladle* and nallMii el
iinqneellonabia respectability to take part In Uie Inaugurae
lion of tbe fall and winter season, which will take pl'ce oa
or about the 1Mb proximo. Tbi* organisation ha* (Iran tk?
moat (elect and brilliant amateur repreaentatlona of tbe a a*4
eason. Apply In perion to the Stago Manager, at Pllmptaa'f
Building, muyressnt and Ninth street*, Monday erasing, Mm
Inat., from H lo 10 o'clock.
WANTKD?BY AN OLD ESTABLISHED CONCERN
troupe, a young lady, alto voice, that can accompa*?
on meiodeon. Apply Immediately at Ihe Piano Wartroeofl
of C. M. Tremalne A Bro.. 43A Broome afreet.
PIANOFORTES.
ALAROB ASSORTMENT OP FINEST PIANOS MANvI
faclurad; Are yeare' guarantee; Inatalmenta tak*a|
lecond band Planoa for aale and taken In exchange i Pianos
lo let; amount applied if purchased.
JOHN C. BARNES, 187 Eighth street, near Broadway.
"I? ^
Auil.du.iw 1 1ahu, unui quou, RbKUAIlT NKYBN
octave roaewood Pianoforte, orcratruna ban. ??-1
leg*, Ac.; a great bartaln for raih.
J. B1DDLE, 18 Amity street, near Broadwaf,
A PRIVATE FAMILY, LKAV1NO THE CITY, WIL&
nil their elegant roaewood Pianoforte, In ma 9 rooathZ
soit for leaa than ball'; alio I elegant Parlor Sulla, f
Bart room Rulta, Carpet*. Ac,, at a aaenflea for ca?h. Call at
118 Weat Twenty seventh street, near 8l?th areniie.
AM ELBOANT 7W OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOPOBTS
for aala, half price; richly Bnlnhed, with four rounZ
cornera, back lama aa the front, rich carred lege, aerpenttMB
bottom, carved mouldlnae, OTeretning baee, full Iroa plalfe
rich tone, belt cltT maker : warranted Tor Ore rears. AdoI#
at 6.K) Rlith avenue, near Fortieth ?lre?t.
A SIX OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE FO?
aala cheap, or would be eichanged for carpeting or olb
sloth. Apply at SM Bleeaker atreet, In the baaement.
PIANO TO RENT, PROM 99 TO HA MONTH, AND
for aala cheap; planoa tuned for |l at DU M8PAV R, 111
weat Houtloo atraat, near Sulilran.
PIAXOB. MELODEONH AND OROAI*B.-PHIC??
*r*ail? r*duc?d for caah; nm J octave Plana* for Ittl
nd upward; n*w Catilnrl Orjtana for Ml ??? I H
( oono hand Initrnmanu from fftO to $175. Monthly iMtg*, M>
Broadway. " ** ln,'ruB,*llw
Puno rqm ?AL?-flUpEHB imrrocMRNT. ooif
two, nt half prt?. Pali at 178 W?*> Elownth drwl
ClfiOWD Hakd PIANOS rOB BALK CHP.AP-AJ
p DALY'S lnuilo (tor*, 419 Orand tUMl AIM M r?|
L**?on? ftlru. Tuatnf and rtpalrlnf.
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