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?TTr\T?f>NS WAVTTO-rK?IAl W*. CooUh. ?Vr. a ratcrv.m n.ACK, ioth bt., nfar ?tr av.-a tr.la jl* w< m?n ?a cook In n private faint.y or boardtog i >u*e; uo objection to Ine couutry, <Sr?t clau reference 0 BOWLING ORIKN.-A FIRST CLASS SWEDISH girl a* cook and lauit ir<>?? or to do up aiaire work and walling or general bouaework, city or country. 1QLFWI? ST. TO < OOK, WASH AND IRON. BY A JO woman of great ejpcrh ticci her dauyliter (agel 15 ye?re> must be with licr, but w;li be found nrv uicfuli ba? referee nee. QQ Wi ST MTII SI., FRONT BASKM KST?A RKa.O ?p* .-table wmnn ai cook; no objection to Ibe city or count rv; good reference from b?r last place. Can be teen for two day*. OQ Horatio st? i* tiik stork.-two rkspect- ! - * -L1- kfrl nn?u irnrtti n'ntn rnnk. wushrr auX'lroner, :he < tlier a/ohainberroaliTanj'wattrcss. 1H7 WEST 1STF1 ST, NEAR 6TH AV.?A Rl-.SPICTIU I ab'e n-?nno as cook and to aaslai wltli waalilng; gooJ city referer.ee. CLINTON PLACR, 8TH ST., IN THE REAR. A I ?M ' re?j c;? Ve Scotch Pro:rstanl wotuati ?.? cook and :aundrcs?; city or country; koo?1 city relereaoe. Cau ba seen for two daya. 1?1Q WVKT l'TH BT.-A PROTESTANT WOMAN \8 I 'J? list c uts cook ; no objection to a bearding house. Can be a.eu until engajed. 1 ,"1 EAST R2D ST.. FIRST FLOOR.- A RESPECT.LtJ.L able Rlrl us eoo* and to asalst in w**hlng an l Iron Inj; eice lent reference. Ca.l for tiro days. "I C rz WEST 3IST ST.?A VOUNO WOMAN AS I IRST clasf cook : would assist with washing and Ironing; Do objection to fie country; best references. I 7 FT 7TH AV.?A COMPETENT WOMAN AS COOK ; IS 1 I U a g<ma baker, and would .nslsl in the washing; good cHt reference. 170 7TH AV.. NEAR ATP ST.. TOP FLOOR.-AN EX *7 pcrleuced wmian. wlols a good cook. an exce'lent bread and biscuit maker an l willing to tub', with the washing and Iron ng, or would lake a launrtre.s' place; can flute first ciaaa; li uhist testimonials a* retards char-cler and ca j ahtlltj froru la?t employer's, wliere ?he list lived two years. Can be seen until engaged. onn WEST S7T1I ST.-A COM PETENT WOMAN AS iil'O Cmt i-laaa cook; will ao to a hotel orrestaur*nt; elly reference. onn EAST MTH ST., NEAR 81) AV.?A COMPKtent woman a? tlrst class cook; understands meats, loupe, retries and desserts; city or country; excel'.ont reference. 91 9 WEST 27TH 8T.. ROOM NO. 8.?A RESPFCTA. *L\ -j be woman a* good plain oook: It a good washer and Ironei; or would do the housework of a small private lastly; good city reference. 999 W?8T 86TB BT., TOP FI OOR, BACK ROOM.? i_, An Amerloan girl at cook; Is an excellent baker | 1 ountry preferred; good oHy references. Call for two dayt. 9?J1 EAST 28TH ST., JtFLL NO. 8.-A WIDOW LADT ^Oi of respectability as rook or housekeeper; will moke herself useful la any part of the house; ha* had experience. Q9<7 EAST 27TH Of A RESPEOTA"BIjE GIRL A8 Oa I good plain o-.ok, waaber a Ad trOoer; good cl'.y reference. A AQ EAST 1JTH BT.-A PROTESTANT WOMAN Aft Ttl."0 cook; ba? a glrJ need 1&, able to wait on table and do light woi k; no ot>J?otlon to the country or boarding bouse | they would do the work of a i-tBall family between them; would prefer a place without waa .log. TfiO AV" BETWEEN ?8TH AND 48TH STS., IN I v't/ the store.? A respectable competent woman us first class eook in a private lamity; baa three yean'reference from her laat place. 1QO7 BROADWAY, BETWEEN 85TII AND 87TH ,0?C I ate.? Aa tirst class cook; is willing and obliging; best city reference, 1A BROADWAT, CORNER 4BTR 8T.-A RE.TWO spectabie woman a* good plain cook, washer ind troner; city references. Chninbrrinaidn* dr<*. CO WEST W*Tl 8T.-A RESPECTABLE, NEAT YOUNO OO girl at chambermaid f nd walli'Ass In a private family In the oitv, or ebauiN rm:t1d and to take oare Of children; two years beat city referjuos. Call Monday and Tuesday. />n WEPT WASHIN ;TON PLACE.?A COMPETENT UlJ girl as chambermaid in a private family; unexceptionable r<*fereures. mWE8T24TH ST. -A RESPECTABLE GIRL TO TO 11. bt e'lkmbfifrork end p'aln sewimr, or to assist with children; four years' ref erence from last place. Cull for two days. onq WERT 27TH 8T.-A NEAT TOt'KO WOMAN AH wU'? chambermaid an.1 hair irewer or as chambermaid knd care growing cbtidren; city reierencs. o/y east hSD sr.?a young girl ah cu amber iW't maid and wsitieit and would assist with the washing and Irnnlnp if required; no objection to the country ; has jood eliy reference. 91 q wr.sT ?th st., rear housf.-an English m1'' fir', late'y lanied, ns chambt-rmaid or nuise In a private family. Call for two day. tyi qwest mn st.?a respectable girl as ^lO ehamberm-ld aud waitress; would go to the country; best city references. qok east 4hh st.?a rf8pkctable girl ab i?>i) chamhmroaid and seamstress in a pnrate family; Is willlns ai<d oblicina. '41 H WPST 44TH ST?A OIRL A3 PHAMBfcRMAID Ol U and to asals; with waablug and Ironing. A 1 Q W*W i9T? ST?A wnormi PROTEST1TU ant girl to Jo cb..roberwork and sewing or waiting; oeat citjr reference. j TQO AV> fONFECTIONERY 6TORB?A8 ' I 0t7 chambermaid and w&Jt eas; wrmld aasif.1 In wish- i ingl bestcity nieniM Mra OAKi'Miif. 1 i?97 BROADWAY. BFTWEKN JWifl AND Writ I J .O - i at?.. In foj ttore?A respecla le yourg girl to do j cbamberwork or wilting In a private .'amilj, bee: cltr referWf. DicKMHikcrit nnd Scnin?tiW!>. OA WEST 4TII ST.?A PARISIAN DRESSMAKER, _' F ret ently arrived, making Hie latest ftylea, would Ulce lo get some eoragem-nia hy day. A-ipiy t> Madame SKGER. no CLINTON PI.ACE. 8TII ST., TUB FIRST PRIVATE UO bouse lrem 6IU a*.; bo ?tzr at the doe r. Pari* areas and cloak making done. Ttiui very moderate during dud mcntbt. Inquire fur Madame. 1 OO WEST 3jD ST.-A COMPETENT DRESSMAKER 10_ (late of A. T. Stewart'a) will go to ladle* at SI 50 per flay; a perlect tit warranted. An ire.-* Mra. M. J. f)rvr WM1 htb st.-a usfbctabl1 woman aw<) ai drrumaker an 1 teuimtrcM; can cut, fit and operate; cliy HifWMIi 99 1 I AST BOTH ST?A YOUNO WOMAN A8 SEAM4^_jl rtir*i by the day, week or rrontb; understands dretamakltig an i all klndi of family sewing; tood re.orenci\ QQ9 W! ST oSTn ST?A YOUNQ GIRL ' TO DO DO plain sewing and Is willing to take care of children. QOO EAST B5TII PT.-A YOUNO LADY AS DKESSMAQ? ?0 ker und seamstress in a private family; ran opernto on Wheeler .1 Wilaon'r sewing macliine; will alto take rare ! of cblldr. n ; no objection to the country. Apply for two days. QQ7 CTU AY., BETWEEN ?4TH AND 2?TH STB? )o I Ladle* can rely on getting perfect fitting drei<e> made and trimmed !d the latest sly.e?; walking sulti and evening dre?se? made In elpbi Lour*' notice, at mo !< rate price*, t.armenta cut aod lilted. Mua CLINCH. /lfift 7TH AY, BETWEEN 85TH AND MTH STS., lOO third floor.-A competent dressmaker wu-hes to make n few < nga?etnenie ; can cut ?n : lit all kinds of walking eulta an I rv-nlne dresfea; alio operates on Wheeler k Wilson's machine. King third bell. ,1 OK 61II AY?AN EXCELLKNT FRENCH Si:AM10?; Kiie??; l? a go..d dresnnaker and ouerator; would go out by Ol' day. Address 3S. C. 7??- BROADWAY, TOP FLOOR?A SI perior I O'J <iri-tf.aiakei and operator on Whevler A Wilson's machine d??lrcp engagement" in f:ani ies ; no Objection to the ountry, beat rsfsrcucs. Address M rs. A. (iencrnl Itnu.ewerU, A-p, i?;? WIST KD ST., BETWEEN PTII AND CTH A VS.. I id ? re<ir. a reap- ctable cirl, late'y landed, to do general houaewurk In a private family. lTn WEST 28TH ST. A RESPBCTABLF. YOUNO I )W alrl to do general houaewurk : is a good baker and an eice lent washer and ironcr; city reference. | ?* 1 WEST 27. H ST., BETWEEN 6TH AND 7fH AyJ I ?vs. A Wpe'table middle aged woman to do general housework ; ta a plain cook, good waiber and Irouer, willing and obliging; strictly boneat. 1Q1 LUDLOW ST., HEAR HOUSTON -A RESPECTIOA. ah.r air to do general hnfisewnrlc It, ami.ll r.,Uni? family; li a good plain rook, waaber htil Ironer; good reference from lait p ace. Can be teen for two dayi. 91 Q WEST S5TH RT? THIRD FLOOR, MACK ROOM. ?jLf1 A resectable young elrl to do renera! boa.ework; willing and obliging; city reference. Tall for two dayi. )Ofl WEPT 26TH BT.--A RE8PECTABLE PROTE8TUi^U ant woman to do central bov?ework in a imall VrlTa'.e family. un ler?ian !? plain cookiu*, excellent refercoca*. Call for two daya. (HO EAHT WTH PT.-A RKS1 ECTABLE Yot'NO it tjj girl to Co general homework In a j rlTaie family. A nr. WERT 17TII fiT.-A RESPKCTA RLE YOPRO girl In rin general homework lb a imall private family; baa the Lett city referent*. A f)*J WP.HT 4?D ST.. TOP FLOOR. FRORT ROOM.-A t Li I Protectant girl to do general boiiiewnrk lu a itnall private family , city reference. Call for two day*. A if) WF.ST 14TI1 8T.-A TOCNO OIRL TO DO t l u ligtii bounwor* ; U willing and obliging. j4CO "H AV.-A YOCNO (MR'. LATELY LANDED. j~u to do general houaework ; will be found willing und obliging. ri i I WEST WTH tef., FFTWKEN loTli~A N D~ 11TH tJA" " a??.- T?d touiir girl*, lately landed ; out to do general homework and the other u? chambermaid. QOK 8D AV., CORRhR 5tTn ST., TOP >LCK>R.~A Oi'O resectable girl to do general homework in a iiuail private family. Call for two <layf. 1 (\r\A ?D AV ? BRTWEEN P.n AND tKiD KTS.-A X.VUt raepeetai le young ?irl w> <lo genera'homework in a imall private family; city rereren e If required. 11 OO ID AV.-A YOI'RO OIRL TO DO OENKRAL . AOO bouMwork In a tmail family ; beat tefercnct. IIonM-krrpera, Are. 4Wfl I TP. RT., NEAR BROADWAY. AN AMKRTCAN wuiuaa a* huuMkecper; 1? willing to make hciteif gen rally umThL mELM !'T., N f' A P. CANAL, fIK?T FL<X)R A T)..u?ekeeper for a widower or a widow. Inquire after 'en o'clock. ijnii WE81 UTff nr., OOMIR OF WASHINOTON eMJlJ et-A rwpeetable German girl at liouaekeei ?r; moownr'i family j>r?i* rred ; no objection lo travtl M iMVfl gvu^auivu, uvr ft* treeve. C?" (9t Iwv i*ft> siwmow Houekecpera, \c. HJQ KOSCIUSKO ST.. BROOKLYN. *. I>.~ V 'nC1 jrowni Amrrlctn widow ladr an housekeeper In ? w dower family; chief ->bject, a good liome. Address Mr*. littOOKS, care of 0. Y. Juuier. A M1HPLE AOED PROTESTANT. KIKFRRINO TO A * V country grtitleinan's family she lived 12 vars wllh na loiiiekfiit-r, t* desirous of a aimtlar position in tne country; will do tli?- fNni'lr f-ewirg or any w.Tlt not meoUl; wage* fl3 Addre.f* Miss HEN PERSON, bo\ U9 Herald Uptown Hunch office, for three 'lava. I.aui>?irt't^r<t? ?.Vr, K I HTNRY ST., THIRD VLOOR.-A RRS 'ROTABLE t'T wliow woman In r rMpeotable fa nl y; Is a first cliua washer und Ironer. Call for two days. mWF.ST SCO ST,?A RESPECTABLE WOMAN AS first clnss laundress in a priva-e family; no objeo| (ion to the country for two months; belt city reference. If C\ WEST 88TH ST.-A RESPECTARLE VDOV I _ woman e.ishea to do wasldnu ut her own home; fluting and gentlemen's wasblu* done at tbe lowest rates. ir 4 WIST 18TH ST., KHAR 7TII AY, IRONr I? ?'t bouse, a* eond floor, room 1-A mpectiWf wwnati w'shes ?onv WHfh'nii and Ironlna at her own house, or to go out l>y tiie day ; best city references required. j ' I WEST 18TH ST., REAR HOUSE.-AN EX1 |?)'l renenee.l laundre?? to go out by the day or take washing hom.--; does up linen'm a superior style. 1 fCQ WEST I8TH ST., IN THE REAR.?A FIRST CLASS J?IO lannlreei wiskrs washing at her own bouse or to go out by the day. _ 4 ii 1 WFST 2:TH ST.?A FIRST CLASS LAUXPRFS3 I wahei to take In wnahing and ironing by ll.o day at her bouse; good satisfaction given. I OfJQ EAST 4'14T ST? BETWEEN 2D AND 8D AVH., baclc basement.?A woman as flue washer, Ironer a*.d (Inter, either to go out bv day or take home to residence; til to cleaning home. either ageut or private families, best re:ii?nee If NqUM 1IOQ EAST iiSTn ST. -A CO.MPETF.NT LAUNDRESS 0?>0 wishes gentlemen'*, ladies or labilltes' wasblns by the rioz?n ?r piece or contract; term* moderate. Address Mrs. HONOUR. 407 WEST 420 ST., TOP FLOOR, BACK ROOM ? I A resectable widow wom iu to to out by the day; understands 11 utiiiji and polishing; beil city reference. tfiO 2D AV.-A RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO OO ' I r ? out by the day to do washing anil Ironing or bonsecleanlng. 7f?-| ?TH AY., BETWEEN 4STH AND 47TH STS.. I'll s?cond floor, lrnnt room.?A resneclsbie CQlorM woman wishes families' or gentlemen's washing, from 75c. to 81 per dozen. 1A fi'-i BROADWAY, CORNER 45TH 8T.-A RE.'x"'O spectable woman wishes private ramliles' or i gentleman's washing, or would go out by the day; best city reference. Nit .-'le-, ?Jf? WEST BROADWAY, UP STAIRS?A TOCNQ ?/U roamed w^man, who has lost her own child, desires one to wet out-M at her own home; fresh breast of milk; best refereuoe. A C ELIZABETH ST.-A TRUSTWORTHY, ELDERLY I" American Woman a* nurse; Is fully competent and experienced; trill go out of the city. Call on Mrs. H. L. 69 MARKET ST.-A YOUNG CTRL, AOED 18 YEARS. In a private family, to take care of children, or would assist wl'b the light housework. Call for two days. 7 IT SD AY.?A MONTHLY NURSE DESIRES AN IMI ') mc little engaji-ment; first class references. 1(1() EAST 12TH ST.-A YOUNO WELSH (IIRL. LyJ Jj (Protestant; as mine In a private family. Call for two days. "1 Q1 WALKER ST., SECOND FLOOR.-A YO'NO xLdl niarrled woman to take a baby fu to wet nurse; good care glvea. 1 WEST 84CH ST.. BETWEEN 6TH AND 7TH A VS. J.?J0 A respectable young woman as nurse and plain sewer: can take entire charge of a baby from l:s birth; no objection to the country; best city reference. oa X WEST 27th ST.-A RESPECTAl'LE MARRIED ?\h I woman wt*hes to tike u baby to her own lio'^uto wet nurse; best city reference. OAQ WEST 86TH ST., THIRD FLOOR.-A YOUN? &\1T) vomit m mine; can lake care of a baby or luttrurt grown children; In a good wunimu. onr: west soth st.?a yocnq. respectable uUJ married woman a* wet nurse. Mr*. CARLAND. Q in EAST 11TH ST., 1ST AND 2D A VS., FIRST Oia florjr.?A resectable Scotch widow, not long In the country, to mind children, do chamberwurk and be generally useful. o a q bth AV.. TOP FLOOR, FKONT ROOM.-A RE?'rO spcctable married woman, who has lout her child, 2 month* and 31 davs old, as wet nurae; no objec.tiou to go in the country | beat city reference. OC 4 21) AV.. SECOND FLOOR, ROOM 7.-A COMPRvmjt tent young woman to take care of children; undergun la the care of a baby from ita birth ; no objection to the country or to travel with a lady. Call tor two day?. Watlrfssf*) At. WEST 48D ST.?A COMPETENT YOCNQ WOMAN ' > ns first class wnlt<>r In a private family, or as chambermaid and plain fewer. Most excellent city references. Can be seen for two daya. 9on vahick st._an american fbotbstavt wOU as waitress lu a private family. Illisof 'IniiooiiN. OQ brerman PLACE, FOOT OF ftrni 6T., E*BT i OO Klvef.?A voting iady, experienced In teaching, wishos i to plve Oertran. French find English lessons; would ro as : visiting iovern?M or mike an nrron amcnt to teach In schools the licit scholastic year. Address TEACHER. jlV". A LLElf PT? FOT'RTli FLOOR, ROOM 17.-A X /( ' mid lie-seed Protestant Scotch woman to lake charge of an invalid. Call for three (.ays. 1 30 AV- AND 81sl BT?A RESPECT ARLE i . T:? young g.rl as general aervant in a small family. Call for two days. A LADY DESIRES TO OBTAIN A FEW MORE grammatically and winTrrnaUonally, at Ai per moiitj. Adrrs9 L. T. W., Herald ofljce. ArARISIAlf LADY, A GOOD MUSICIAN. MUCn EXpene> ced in baching her own language and music, rteslna aou,e puplla: ahe would girc instruction in exchange for Do.ird. Address FRENCH TEACIiKR, box 110 llirald L j?town Branch office, 1,246 Broadway. A YOCNG GERMAN LADY (GRADUATE) SPEAKING A French, German, Italian and Kuglish llk*< a native, with the pureat accent acquired by a long real lenre In tho respective countries. and teaching fall the branches of a M.her education. Including Lai In, drawing and painting, aeeks a situation aa governess. Apply from 9 to 12 o'clock A. M. at 333 W cat 23d at., or box 5,136 Foal ollice. A LADY, WRITING PLAIN BUSINESS HAND, DEA rlres copying. Addreva NECESSITY, Herald office, \\*ANTED?A POSITION AS COPYIST BY A YOUNG !' ladv j plain, rapid writer; hag been employed at government c!er< for two years. Address COPYIST, 111 West 24 th at. Intrllifrenoe OfH-e?. \M'MHER OF GERMAN SERVANTS CONSTANTLY found at the German Bureau, 3U3 Bowery: entrance on Firit atreet. Mr*. LOWE. HELP WANTED?I' iCM.4 tjF.r*. A VOL'NO GIRL. AN ORPHAN OB ONE ENTIRELY dependent on her own exertion* and very ambitious for an eniicatlon. will learn of a deairable position by addressing JAMES UENDEKSoN, Herald office. \ YOl'NO WOMAN WANTED TO ATTEND CONJ1 fectlonery; one who has had experience ana can ?lve good referenoe from some one lu same kind of buslnets. 10J Chatham St. 1>ow AND scarf makers wanted EXPE> rienced bands only ticeJ apijlv at 318 Rroadwav, lip Hairs. J. ft. W1TTHAUS * Co. TJOWS AND SCARFS?LADIES ACCUSTOMED TO I) work on neckllvs ran f.nu steady employment at JOHN y. DA VIES .V < O.'fi. 3*4 and >6 Hr >a Iw?y. Experienced bow, tie and marv hands wanted immediately. Ai j iy at 74 FrantlH st, WM. MILLER A CO. Girl wanted-for oeneral work in a family of three persons: must be a good washer and lr'?ner. Apply at 364 Leilngton are. TO AN INTELLIGENT AND WELL EDUCATED LADY with energy aud perseverance a profitable position c?o be glse.u; reference required. Apply to WHITING A CO., Nos. 0 to 7 Dey street, room 19. ty ANTED?a first CLASS COOK ; ONE WHO THO by inquiring of JOHN k A. H. M?'<i A 1'iUI A N, nlber al 24A \ve*t 4Mb at., M Harlem Market Real mrant \ITANTKD-A FIRST CLAHS KAI.EHLADY FOR A >T nillllnTT parlor (bowroom; one who It very amart and can UU tbr poaitlnn aatlatartortlv will rrrtir* vrj libera) wages. Apply, with refeienre*, to M. LILIENTIIAL, Albany, N Y. VVT ANTED?A YOUNG LAD? TO TEND A STORE; M alio oue for learning; Garrnuna preferred. Mile. II. WALTERKREEPF., 8*4 Hroadwov, between lt)th and l#tb ata. TXT ANTED?A GOOD SEAMHTRE8K; ONLY PUCII AS vv are acquainted with upUolitery work need apply at 77 Univeraity place. II? ANTED?TWO FIRRT CLASS IKONI'RB, TWO TV waiter flr'.a and a chambermaid, to go to the country. | Apply at Wadaworlb Home, 63 Mb ar. \\J ANTED ?FOR A SMALL. PRIVATE FAMILY, A TV rriperlahlc woman aa rook; mint apenk trench aud English. Apply at '26 l.atl 2}*to at., f-om 10 to 1 o'clock. TITANTED-A COMPETENT W AITRF8S, TO DO TUB VV dining room work of a family ot ten or twelv*. Apply, with reference*, at .160 6ih *t. WANTED-A GIRL, IN THE RESTAURANT NO. 118 Centre it. TljrANTKD?5T LADY OPfGOOD ADMRIPS, TO TRAVEL TT and Introduce goo a to ladies; ran make ti'i per week; a lady In a'tcndancc, at 8h Weal J6lh at. Wanted.?a woman to cook and assist wilb tli* waalung; alao a clrl to do chnmbRrworx and flu* washing. None need apj.iy but those who bavo l^eat city reference*, at V8 W. ft Thirtieth at, between l> and W tiila day. UfANTKD A GIRL TO WASH AND IKON AND TO aaalst with bouaewnrk. Apply, with good rtterenrrs, at M4 F.aat i-Otli at. WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL llot'SKWOLUVf One wltb reference* may apply at kt? llenrv at. VirANTKD^ATiirART WOMAN To DO PLAIN WA-li W tag and Ironing, at Fl'NK'8 Union I'aik, Hlity third *tre?t and Fir?t avenue. WANTED-A FIRHT CLASS woman poor for A Restaurant; muat underatand i rders, ami the or.ifc log of meata and panry of ail klud? Ai p'y farly at Lant UlU It., neat Bivaiwa* NEW YORK HERALD. M ?? ?? rm,P \TA VTgn -FBWAT.W. TtTANTKD-A WOMAN TO CUT AND FINISH LADH'.S' n him children'* undeikarmenti, alto two cirla to learn, and t?vo who have tonif kuowled.e an I with to improve. J^E. HOLDKN. 6..9 titli av. |VE WANT TO KNOAOK A FIRST CLASS BALKSt t tarty of eiperlence. - The nalary li i^liper we?k;uood cliv relrreneei aie mc.emary. Ai>p.y In the lepariroeut | odloe. No. 2. up rti<(r?, of tho eatablUh.uent 736 Broadwuy. UJQ (ill AV.-WANTBD, A NIOF. OIRL THAT UNL?.'?7 di-ralanda atten liiiji u conleitloaery and Ice ere .m ulooii; the teat re.ei. need required at to huneity. Apply alter 9 o'clock. WTPATlDN-t nr\NTV.O?TT VTiKS. AVL'N-; I.VOMMIMAS WANTS A SITUATION AS waiter In n private family I eiperl>nced In all l a duties; I r.e&dy; ;oo.l reference. Aildieai K II.. bo* 170 Herald oflice. I T ( AN IIOOMXXjlO A YOUWG GERMAN, LATI.L.T I I nrrivel'rnui the Rlilue, to be a good farmer In every re' hiM'. i nud a lino driver. Addreaa N. C. M., room ttl freauott j Hoiiw, New York cily. ! "I I' Af.'TI .D?BY A Rl'SIM CTAULK COLORF.D MAN. A I >? hllualiou hx tirat class cook ; thoroughly unileriitaii^a hll ' business lu ail ill branches. Call fur two Jayi at IW? 1'ilnoe I at root. U7ANTKD?HY A COLORED MAN. A SITUATION A3 waiter, pubilo or private. AdJresa J. U., 139 West r.?d at., lo iture. CLEBU AND BA1MMIW. A RESPECTABLE MAV, WITH SMALL FAMILY, would collect the rent* of a few houses in lieu of apartments to live in, or would rent a email bouse; good reference* and inonov advanced If required. Address B. Q., Hi:taid oll;ce. Atobso lawyer, with business influence, wishes to enter an old law oOlce as clerk. Address HOWARD, box 1,8 Herald ollioe. DRCU QUU WANIED.-AITLY I OR THREE days at M Hudson avenue, Urooklrn. DRUG CLERK WANTED.?A GOOD CIIANCE FOR A good drug clerk; mu?t be single and under Sll years of u?r. Apply at once At Carroll Tark Pharmacy, 876 Court at, Brooklyn. OITI'ATION WANTED?BY A FULLY COMPETENT O auctioneer, as talesman; 15 years' experience; trade Sale house preferred; unquestionable references given as to unity aud character. Aadross D. i\ H., llerald ollce. Tea clerk wanted-at sis orand st., wil. Ilamsburg. I T\T ANTED?TWO OR THREE GOOD SALESMEN IN A T T hosiery aud fancy eoods house. Address boi 816 Post olllce, stating jaiticulars. tttanted-an experienced bill clerk, who H id r*ptd and accurate In iigures; no other need apply, at we biro no use for any Inexp-rleneed or Incompetent person. Address, with reference!, box 117 Herald oOice. tit ANTED?A white LEAD AND COLOR SALESvT tnaft, mint bo a gentleman of pond address, character standing, accustomed .o the color tra it. Address box 1,011, l'ost office. WANTED-A TRAVELLER SELLING MILLINERY and fancy eo"Js to the out of town lobbing trade desirous of se"log ladles' scarfs by sample for a manufacturer. Address MANUFACTURER, box 19j Herald alike. IVTANTED-A SHELF HARDWARE PACKER, WHO VT has had experience; steady work; tood wages; iocat'on healthy and access.ole. Apply In person to Norwich Lock Manufacturing Company, Norwich, Conn. \\/"ANTED~A COMPETENT PERSON AS SALESMAN ? ? and to tnke charge of our flower department; a man expe' lercsd at hraneolns and tue gelt "a "P of "imi'les pieferrt'd. JOHNSON, BURNS A CO., 448 and 4*U Broadway. WANTED-A SITUATION AS .JUNIOR CORRESPONDent in expre ss or any oflice, by a young Englishman; good writer. Address E. T. F., Hernia ofll:e. COACHMEN AMD GARDENERS. A SITUATION AS TLAIN GARDENER BY A YOTNU man having a client of tools; can do carpenter work, pnint, Ac.; refers to former employer. Address P. H. S., llerald office. ARFSPECTABLE PROTESTANT YOUNO MAN, SINgle, wants a situation as coachman; good groom and first class driver; nas thorough knowledge of the business In ail its branches; strlctlr soiier and obliging; best city reference. Ca': on or address, for three days, O. MILLS, al private stable, No. 6 East IBlli St. A YOUNG MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS COACHman or groom ; is a cood city driver; will be generally useful; best city reference. Address H. Y., box litS Uerald office. A SINGLE MAN WANTS A SITUATION AS COACHmar, or groom; thoroughly understands his business nnd ha* first class refeience. Call on or address F. FOX, 483 bast 16th st ATIRST CLASS COACHMAN AND OROOM; CAN break In horses to harness or saddle; can be w*ll recorr,mended. Address D. M., box 158 Herald Uptown Branch | o&lce, 1,-4J Broadway. COACHMAN.?A GOOD COACHMAN CAN FIND A situation in ihe country; one who is a goodcardener preferred. Address box 486 Post office, giving reference. flOACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTKO-BY A SINGLE V,' man; thoroughly understands bis business; is willing and obliging; city or country; best reference. Address C. (S., 11 err Id Office. /COACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED-AMERICAN; V experienced groom and sKilful city driver; understands gardening, milking anl all other work ; city or country; live mar** rntprpncfh ad<lr^?s h . itnv l(l!t ilcrnir) AROF.NKR'S PITl'ATION WANTED-BY A SINOLB I IT man, who thoroughly urdcratanda the care and man* cement of gieen bouses, graperies, (lower*, frulta and vecetabl' n; ttooa reference. Adc.reas J. M., Brldgeman'f se-.d tore, 6/6 Broadway. QCOTCHMAN AND WIFE WANT SITUATIONS ON O farm or In n crnt'emau'a family; underctanda the care of horses, .to.; wife for general bouaework; ju*t arrived. No. 6 Bow,In* Green. TVANTED?AN BXPBHBSOBD GaRDENF.R, MaR?? rled, without chl dreu; one who thoroughly understnnda the car1 of botbcusc and grapery. Apply to w. 6. NICHOLS, 50 Wall it. Vy AN TED?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN BV A MAN TT who thoroughly uiul'ratand* hla busluesa; beat reference. Ad-lress J. L>., box 19a herald office. TIT ANTED?BY A YOUNG ENGLISHMAN, A SITUA?T tlon na firat claa* coachman; thoroughly under*tnn<la the business; hat good city reference. Apply to JbsSK DAW, 6t(3 Broadway. l\r ANTED?A MARRIED-WOMAN WITHOUT EN*. ?? cumbraiue to tnke thhrge of an flat?; partial employment for man: mechanic preferred. Addreaa, with term* and reference, J. L., Herald office. WANTED?A SITUATION AS COACHMAN, BY A colored man, married, no encumbrance; firat claaa refereneea given ; wagea not ao much an object aa permaneut place. Address J. B., boi 121 llerald office, for two daya. WANTED-A FIRST CLASS ENGLISHMAN OR Scotchman aa coachman and Rroom ; muat be of good height and appoarnnce aud thoroughly underatand bla bualneas In every | articular. One who can handle three or more if required and will devote bla whole tune to the lnteraat of Uia employer, and can briny the very beat city refarencea, may call for K. IV KARLE, I aria'* Hotel office, Canal at., on Monday before 1 o'clock or Wedneaday through the day. \VANTED BY A fUSOLE MAN, A SITUATION A8 f? cardoner; undemanda the proper care of horse* aud would Ueop thing* In good alyle. Addreat W., box SOU Herald odea. \vanti.i?-.i; ? r,r?. A CHANCE FOR MKN, WOMFN, BOYS AND GIRLS to learu telegraphing for #*).?THOMPSON'S Telegraphic Inailtute, v) Fourth avenue, opposite Cooper Inatl A farmer wanted-married m\n trkferrnd; on* fully competent to tnke charge of a dairy. At'r'y to J'JHN I]. COMi.lt, Erie Hallway oflice, S18d it. ao<l ?th av, B' ~~OY WANfP.D-A HE8PECTARI.K BOY, ABOUT 14 jenri oM, In grocery and liquor store out of town ; HO a month and hoard. A'ldrei* MERCHANT, Kerala ofllcc. Men wanted?at 240 west 18tu frt.; also three driven. f TNTTED'STATEfi MARINE CORP8?WANTED 1MMRU dlatc'y. tor Ihta farorlt" hinnch of the jerrlce. unmnrrlel, able bodied men. Further Information jlven at Marine Barrvki, Fluihlug ayenue, Brooklyn. 117"ASTED?A KMART, BRIGHT BOT. ABOUT 15 VY year* old, in an oflice. Addreii BO V, bo* 1H0 Herald Uptown Branch orliee, 1,1.46 Broadway. WANTED-GENTLEMANLY SOUTHING AGENTS: profitable, ea?y and r<-*pect?l>le buRtnona; ipa to ijil'J per day; ?ncee?? eure; moit convenient little article. 615 Broadway, tip if a In, office No. one. TIT ANTED?TWO OR THREE SMART WAITERS', AT V T the Bowery Hotel, comer ot (lib at., in the dining loon. \trantkd-oanvasstrs,~i7adv andtjenteeman. \Y Afl'ly at 242 (.'anal ?t., httween 13 anJ 2, Monday. WANTED?A BOY, ABOUT 18 YEARS OF AGE, TO ?T learn the hardware trade: mint re tide with pareuta and haye good reterencea. bli Bowery. WAITERS WANTED -APPLY THIS MORNING AT XV C'ONKLIN'S Dining Room, 42 White ?t XV' ANTED?A COMPETENT YOUNO MAN, TO TAKE TT charge of a family lienor warchouie; unexceptionable reference Apply at 1,s70 Hroadway. WANTl:n-A WAITER (WHITE). WITH OOOD CITY reference. Apply at II W eat Loth at., from D to 1U o'clock. AlrANTED-BY A NECKTIE MANUFACTURING CON?T cern, an eii>erl?iic?d rity traveller, baring good trade among retailer*. Addre??, wltb reference* and particular*, W. *?., bos ItS Herald otic*. \t'ANTl;n A FIRST CLASS 0\ ST K R.MAN. AITL.Y V? at 2.4 SinIng it, after HI A. M. . WANThli- TWO SMART HMI.I. BOYS FOR A OOlfNtry hotel. Inquire alter 10 o'clock at.Mj Fulton It. Till: TftiDlH. ]/f?(iRAVF.RS ON WOOD WANTKD.-I.IRRRALi EN~J Kapenient for three or lour fi?*i cia*? workmen ob macblnerr anil mechknlcai work. Send proof*, with term*, to DUNK, LONOACKE k CO., 80 Bomb 7th it.. Philadelphia. rnAlLORH WANTED.-OOOD PANTALOON AND VEST 1 talloi* i-an Imd ileariy work, nt gn?J prb-r*, at FRIEDLANDER, STITCH A CO.'8, fi-i Broadway, aerond loft. ' VV ANTED?A CITTKR. ACCUSTOMED TO KNIFE I IT cutting, lor ehtrte and necktie*. JOHN M. DAVIKS A CO., rn an) 8W Broadway i fl/ANTED-A G(?OD, STEADY MAN WHO TMOR| ft nuybly under*.and* the undertaking bu?liir*?; mu?t I 'be a good trimmer and well recommence I Mey apply thla I morning at L-uruer Court and Eu^mer ureut*. South | llrocklvn. 01I.I.1ARIIA. ? | ?STANDARO AMERICAN HILEIARO TAHEEfl J\ I . unequalled for accuracy Hud duruhlllty and approved l>y the leading amateur* end profcal.inal player*; < on'tnnilr oo liatnl, Table* ?t price* ranvliigtro.a ifiiSl u|c ' ward* alKi Mtil'pje fty.i t for dwelling lionae*. rUKi+fcN A COLUI.NUtR.7JS J}r<3^??T. ONDAY. AUGUST 14, 1871. TO LET FOil BT'?niWS rmPOKM. Broadwat stores?west hide. near ohan7> '.met, leasehold, together, 48x112.6, for s?le or exchange for other ally property. Apply to THOMAS M. SOTUe.lt, ho. 9 l'tne street. Real f.statk aofcitts.-docic and four lots on East Klver to rent low: coal, wo ><l or storage. I H. P. JARVES, 7U VNhU atreet. STEAM POWER.?TO LET, THRER FLOORS, 86X60 foet, with steam power; siletvtld !' ;ht. WILLIAM 11. HOW DEN, 165 West i'weniy-ulnth street. STORES TO LET.-187 WILLIAM, NO. ? BARCLAY) also in Bro?i1way and Sixth avenue, (hit l.ol'ts ill and B>>o bioadway, with Whole sett of others. N. 0. BiSllOf. 243 Broadway. TO LET-IN THE OLD HERALD Bl'ILDlN 1. OFFIUES suitable tor business and light manufacturing purposes. Apply to BARICr.U A COSlhK, V7 Nassau street. PffBLUWO HOT8B8 TO LBT. Furnished. ALAROK ASSORTMENT of FURNISHED AND UN. furnished Honxea to let; choice localities: mod rate rents. Apply to WILLIAM TUCKliH, *2o Fifth avenue, above Tweuty-slxtb street. A -FOR FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSES, In good location*, apply to S. B. OOOOALR,, No. 5 We*t Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Hotel. A -FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSES TO let, in Fifth avenue, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Twenty-tint, '1 w.nty-Sucond, Twenty-third. Twenty-eighth, Thlrty-urst, Thirty-slttii, Thirty seventh, ThUtjr-eljjhth, Forty-second and Forty-seventh blrects, and olUei desirable localities. WAKti a oilljj.N, llroadwsy, corner of Seventeenth itreet. A -the threk story brown stone iiou.sk jsa Ka>t Forty-ninth itreet to rent, $1,CM a year, or lor ?ale vrry cheap; No. R Went rhlrty-seventh street, near Fifth avenue, being overhauled; private fumly only ; No. 8 West Twcnty-el"hMi itreet, partially furnished; handsomely furnished Cottage at Tnrrytown, on thu Hudson, one hour from the city; splendid grounds; gas, hot nnd cold water; only $UH>a mouth; great chance. william TUCKhR, 290 Fifth avenue, above Twenty-sUth street. \ FURNISHKD FOUR STORY HIGH STOOP HOUSE /\ to let, near Fifth avenue, between Thirty-first and Thirty-fourth (treets, suitable for Erst o'.aas boar.iers. Onlv responsible parties need address IU.NG, box 118 Herald Uptown Branch oflice, 1,246 Broauwar. TjlURNlSHED HOIBF.S TO LET?IRVING PLACE; J? splendid one In Thirty-fourth street, with many others; unluri,tubed, Fourteenth, i'weuty-severth, Thirty-second and Thirty-seventh streets, near Fifth areuu*; also Lexington. ? 0. BIfcHOP, ii? Broadway. PAGE * MoOAFFERTY, CM FIFTH AVENUE, CORNER Fifty-second s'reet, offer for rent tumlshed and unfurnished Residences on Fifth, Madison and Lexington avenues. and on the intersecting streets. We make up town properly a speciality. Owners should send us location, full description and price, as we are completing our fall list THE THREE STOtiY BROWN STONE HOUSE 139 East Forty-ninth street to rent, Ql,tiB0 a year, or will be o|d very low: No. 8 West 'thirty-seventh street, near Fifth hvenae, for a private family only t No. 8 West Twenty-elvhih street, partially furnished. Apply to WILLIAM TUCKER, 220 Fifth avenue, above Twenty-sixth streot. TO LET-PARTIALLY Ft'RNISHED, VERY L.ARGE stone Mansion, U8 East Tw^nty-seoond street, near Broadway; fcS)j feet front; whole hall marble tiled, 14 feet wldj. Apply before H o'clock. TO LET-A WELL FURNISHED FOUR STORY HIGH stoop brown stone House, 4ii West Sixteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Auply to ovrner, on the premises. TO LET-A THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN stone partly furn'slied House, ore block from Central Park. Apply to FETTRIVICH A REMSEN, l.OSfi Third avenue, near Slx'y-Drst street. I'll nraMimli TO LET-A FIRST CLASS FOUR STORY BROWN stone House, w?st ot Lexington avenue, 111 Eas. Fiftysixth street; rent low. FRAS. crawkutd, PtW Third avenue, near Fifty eighth street. TO LET-THF. THREE STORY HIGH STOOP BROWN stone House No. 816 East Flttleth street; all modern Improvements; low rent, with Immediate possession. Inquire of owner, a. MANN, -49 Centre street. FUUMSI1KD HOOilH AND A PA HTAIBNT8 TO LET. _ A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM TO LET-TO ONE OR t\. two gentlemen, In a h.iuse with all modern improvements. Inquire at 2X2 East Eleventh street. A COSILY FURNISHED PARLOR TO LET?WITH or without Bedroom attached. Applr on second floor, 87U Third avenue, between Fifty-second and Fifty-third sts. A FURNISHED FLOOR FOR A SMALL FAMILY, FOR houitekecplng; will be permanent If tul ed. Address MADISON, box 144 Herald Uptown Branch office, 1,316 Broadway. AT 47 AMITY STREET.--FURNI&nED ROOMS, SU1Table for a gentleman an I wlfo for light housekeeping; also Room* for gentlemen; house In bent order; occupied by owner. A HANDSOMELY FI RN1SHRD PARLOR FLOOR TO let, also a lago Room, gus and bath and conveniences for housekeeping or Board, at 133 West Thirty-fifth street, near Broadway. T\ESIRABLE AND HANDSOMELY FURNISHED I ' Rooms to let. Inquire at 127 West Twentieth street. Prices reasonable. Nicely furnished rooms to lkt-at low prices, near Westminster Hotel; also Basement for housekeeping, with kitchen privilege. Apply at 13o East Sixteenth street. SECOND COTTAGE HOUSE ABOVE THIRTr-FIRST street, In Fourth av.?Kurnl*hed Rooms and Bedrooms, with convenience for housekeeping, $3, .f ! na i $5 per week. Reference. TERM8 MODERATE.?HANDSOMELY FURNISHED front Room, wllh parlcr bed; use of kitclicu; bath, hot and cold water, and every convenience; fine location. O Fifty-second street, near Broadwav. rn UNION SQUA RE.?FIRST FLOOR, FURNISHED. (7 to a ttrat clasa dressmaker: also other Floors anl Apartments to let very cheap. Inquire o( Dr. J. ZACFlARIK, on premises. or" EAST HFTEF.FT1I STREET, OPPOSITE TIFFANY ) i Co.?Elegantly furnlahed Rooms, without board, for gentlemen only; also KoomK suitable for a lirst class dt ntUt. CO BOND STREET.-FURNISHED ROOMS; THAN )< ) stent and day Boarders; first class rcs'.aur&nl a la i carte. offer for rent two nicely furnlahed Room*, without I board; location (near Eighth avenue) good. Chargea moderate. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APART MKNTS TO LCT. Floors of fotr, six and eioht rooms eacii, with water c!o?eta, gn? fixtures, hall* and malra nilClothed. Apply to MATTHEW BYRNES, 143 Eoat Thirtythird atreet. TO LFT-A FINE BASEMENT, 28X60, IN 618 THIRD avenue, near Ibirty-fonrtU atreet. Inquire on preinites TO LET THE FIRST FLOOR OF HOUSE 229 WE8T Eighteenth unset, with gas and bathroom. TO LET-IN 829 WEST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET, French flat, aeveu rooms, wlndowa In each, balb, watercloaet, hot and cold water, ran;;e, stationary tuba, aeuarats meter, to amall respectable family. Owner in the Louie. Kcm only $60. TOILET-THREE FLOORS,~1N THE NEW REAR brick bidding 28 We at Thirteenth atreet, to small resectable families. Inquire at 230 Sixth arenue, corner Fifteenth street. oTEr~FiRST FLOOR OF HOL'SK 1T07 WE6T TWI'N tleth atreet. In good order, gaa and water, to an American family without children; possession Immediately. t'UAKLbfc ROSS. BOUSES, ROOX9, Arc., WANTED. A N OLD DWELLING OR TEMMF.NT HOUSB JJl. wanted?For business purposes. Addre?a HATBAND (.'APS, box 194 Herald oUlce. ?ill be hired by the month or year. FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED-FROM NOVEMBER!, It'iHted between Twenty-fifth and Forty-eighth atreeta, Sixth an I Lexington avenuea; to be occupied by a gentleman ad wile. Ad'lresi U1MOS1' CAItlj, box 1,781 i'u*t offlce. C1ENTLKMAN AND WIFE REQUIRE ONE OR TWO f furnished Rooms lor light housekeeping, New York or ' Hoboken ; hslf iiour of City Hall preferred; term* moderate. Adoress P., Hera d ollic >. I DESlltE TO RENT A LAROE FURNISHED OR unfurnished Home for boarding purposes; near FKlh avenue preferred; Fourteenth to Fortieth atreet: brat references and security If deairnJ. Address tuil (particular, Ao.) Mr?. r. I.ATTIMER, box 17.1 Herald Uptown Branch office, 1.246 Broadway. ______ SHOP WANTED?FOR MANllFAOTI'RINO FURNI tore, for a term of yean; a large building, (tillable foa this business; pnaseaelon wanted May 1. 1872. Address 11ERTER BROS., 877 Broadway. WANTED-BY A FAMILY OF ADULTS, A SMALL and convenient Hotiae In Harlem, weet of Fourth avenue. Addreaa HOUSE, care of Trader*' Express Company, No. 8 l'ark place. ANTED-A SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT for private family, eaat aide preferred, from Twentyili a a. c/ir. f ?t I. .i.'Ll UU Al T. LKkl'UW hnv mini ii riiijr-fliiiu ?nni. auuich ?.?num uw? Ul Hera'd I'ptown Br?nch ofllce, 1,246 llroadway. WANTED-TO RENT, A FIRST CLASS HOUSE FOR ibe winter, furnished or unfurnished. from September 1, above Twenty third street. Hixib Bid Islington avenues: If agents answer they mil*'send permits. Address JAML8 OATNER, box 1? Herald ofllce. WANTED -A SMALL HOUSE TO RENT, PURNI8HF.D or unrurnlsbed, id good lucatluD. Address, with terms, T. U. P., Herald ofllce. TrrANlP.n.-A SUIT OK APARTMENTS IN FRENCH VT Flat Home. Ad Ires*, stating terms and location, F. V., box IU Herald oflre. WANTED TO HIRE?A BERTH FOR A VESSEL 1)0 fret long, on a covered Pier, between piers 18 and 40 Address A. van Winkle A Hon, ?u6 West street. 117AMIBD TO LBABB?A BUILDING SUITABLE FOR M a carriage factory, t>etween First and Twenty-third streets und near Fourth avenue. Address FAt'ToKY, ?tntlnn D. WANTED TO RENT-A MM A LI, UNFURNISHED House, between Thirtieth and Fifty-ninth streets, Third end Seventh avenues, for a strictly private fatullv; l?est reference and security given. Address O. 11. H., box 13* Herald Uptown Branch otllce, 1,846 Broadway. 11T ANTED T<? REST A SMALL HOUSE, HANDSOME\ V ly furnished; fau.lly of three; rent not to exceed ii month ; respectable and responsible party. Send full particulars, As., to M., box f>7 North Tarry town Post oboe, Tarrytowa, N. Y. IfHHIlAI,. \ LEADING SOPRANO DESIRES TO MAKE AN EN. Jx g?? 'inerit In lomn choir In tbls or adininl.ig city for the ;?t ot heutember. Address Miss 8. P., lift We?t Tnirty s'nh street MIIALLAM'S musical academy, no. is UNIOK . sounre. Fourth svenue, will open Monday. August iS, terms, tin, fx,, u-iw conuucnciog oa suUsQril/lug, ' ' ' ' 1 i AMUSBMBNTH. WALLAOKH CLOSED ON MONDAY AMD TUESDAY, AUGUST 14 ANO IS, FUH RElli'ARHAL. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUfiM'RT 19, Pint iinioaratu e at th lljratre of tba worlu-l'amaj MIsrf LVD1A THOMSON HER NEw" COMPANV, under the manacriarqt of MK. ALEX. nKNDFRSON, REORGANIZED, MUCH 1NCHKAHt* L> AND STRENOTHENKD IN EMI LAN I). The eoraMnatlou furmiuK "10 moil complete and powerful COMEDY AND BURLF.S^PK COMPANY either lu this country or In Europe, co"jprlsini MISS LY IIIA TUOMfSOji, MISS CAM1LLE Ul BOIS, MISS HETTY TRACY, MISS CABLOTTA ZERBINI, MISS KATIi EUEKTON, MISS TILLY KARL, Ml.--" KATIi HhATHCOTB, M SH LOT!11. MIRA anil MI S3 MihLltf COOKE, MR. HFNRY BECKElT. MR. W. H. MOIGOMERY, ?l it. WILLIE EDOUIN, MH. JOHN EDOUIN. MUSICAL DIRECTOR Mil. M. CONNELLY THE OPENING PIECE will bo a NEW BURLESQUE iipou the well-known tale BLUE BEARD. NOTICE.?Purchasers of tlckeis for Monday and Tiks !ay ran have the same changed tor Wednesday and Thm'sdny upou app.iuatloti at tue Box Uiliee. L1NA EDWIN'S THEATRE, 720 BRDADWAY. KELLY ft LiiON'S MINSTRELS. THE BELLES OK THB KITCHEN. The Only Ltoa as Crlu Edwin Kelly a*. Peter The Lawrer's Clerk. Tarry the News to Wary. August 21. A Trip Around the rt orld. WOOD'S MC8EUM. Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenlnirs, production ol the sensntioiial draiuu, In three acta, of A LIFE'S RsiVeNGE. Fannlchet OEO. C. BONIFACE Miss Gussle De Forre-t, A. H. Sheldon, J. L. Guasln, MUs AUro Atherlon, Frank trans, W. H. Wl.der. . MATINEE TO-DAY, AT J P. M. The superb domestic drama. In two nets, of MF.G'S DIVERSION, and farce, MY SON DIANA. FRIDAY, August 18 -Farewell Henellt of Mr. OEO. C. BONIFACE. yfia WALK. A SPLENDID CORNER GROCER i' STORE FOR A sa'e; business location unsurpassed; larsjn cash trade; low rent; unquestionably rare chance. Particulars ut 23 Chambers street. GEORGE W. SIMERH, Store Agency. A CONFECTIONERY, ICE CREAM AND OYSTER Saloon for sale; location unsurpassed: splendid ehauc* to make money; low re.it; grea. bargain. Particulars at 23 Chambers street. GEORfiE \V. 8IMERS, Store Agency. AN OLD ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURING Business for sale, paying 100 per cunt net; sure lortune to enterprising parties; splendid investment. Particulars at 23 Chambers street, GEORGE W. 8IMEHS, Store Ageniy. A NO. 1 FIRST CLASS CLOTHING STORE FOR sale; excellent location; well established; business orer $70,1100 a year. Apply immediately at 23 Chambers street. GEORGE W. SIMLR8, Store Agency. A -FOR SALP, RESTAURANTS AND BOARDING , Houses, corner Liquor Storrs, Lag'r Be-r na'oons. Billiard Saloons, Groceries, Meat Markets, Broadway Cixar Stores, Bakeries, Confectioneries, Fancy Goods Sto.os, splendid corner Drug Stores. MITCHELL'S Store Agency, 77 Cedar street. A -FOR SALE, ONE OF THE HEKT CIGAR STORES J\ in New York, doing a good business; well established. Will be sold low. Call early. SOREN S Store Agency, 8311'roadway. FOR 8ALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED CIGAR STORIs on Orand street; will be sold at a oaigiln. with or without stock i pood reasons plven for selling. Apply to PISTKll H. JOtfES, 611 Graud street. For salf?a grocery and liquor store, in the Fourteenth word, doing a good e.ith business. Inquire of JAMi.S GALLAGHER, corner of KJng and V*rlck streets, in the liquor store. FOR SALE-ONE ELECTRIC LAMP, WITU REFLECtor; one Electrlo Lamp, Dtiborg. with all apparatus pertaining thereto complete. Inquire at Purchasing Rein's olllce, Erie Railway Company. VOR SALE? FIRPT CLASS FINK GROCERY STORE, r doing a good business t selling it on account of owner having to leave for his country, te.t Third avenue, between imrueiu anu luiny-orsi streets. FOB SALE-U CORNER LIQUOR RTORhS, SOME IN Brooklyn; 8 fine Grocery Stores, 4 Kanry Store*, 3 Confectioneries, S Crockery Store*, 4 Distilleries, 8 I uniilv Liquor Store*, llowery Lacer Iteer Saloons, St Bakeries, throe t ignr Stores, 10 Dm* Stores, Oyster buiouns, Boarding Houses; Uoods to exchange; Farms minted: Lots to exchange and more w Anted. Apply to P. GAFKNfcY A CO., Aucuoneers, 86J Bowery. For bale-fink walnut library tables. Desks, oiUce Hailing, Stools, Chuirs, DroR Drawers, Counters, Shelving, Showcases, Signs, Doors Saib, AO., aud a business where $5,0 0 per auntiui c in be made. Apply ut (2/ Hudson and No. 9 Vestry s'.reets. For sale-near the haklkm bridge. on a Third avenue corner, now ocou; led as a first dan hotel. Bar, Stock and all the Furniture, Bedding, Carpets, Crockory, Jtc. Long le&snt cheap rent. Sickness imd iloath the cause of selling. Apply to JOHN MAGUIRK, 2,0211 Tl.lrd avenue, or to amos Lt&AlJKS, 5; Futou street, New Vork. For sale.?a nickly furnished floor, of four roumi, with every convenience fur housekeeping. Apply from 10 till 4 nt lt7 Varlok strest, room 8. For sale?a first class family wine and Liquor Store. For rvtloulirs apply to OWi-.N O'ROUKKE, corner of Jackson auu Monroe streets. For sale chbap-oil route and stork; price 4400. Address a. A. B., Pawrson, Font ofllco, N. J. Kindling wood yard forsale-an old esi tubllsbed Wood Yard, Horses, WuRons, Ac., .vc., and all complete. Apply nt 42J an J 422 Last Twenty-third street NAC'lilNKKT. For sale?eight horse power engine and Holler, complete; can be seen at worn. 619 West Fifteenth street. Ir<OR SALE-ONE 25-HORSE STEAM ENGINK, NF.W, ' and one 26-lwrs* flue Boiler, comp el* ; price $1,200: one Sorew Cutting i.ng.no Lathe, 16 feet by 26 Inches, iHl'O) one do. 8 feet, 18 itR-lie* swing, G. SYMMKRb, 470 Water street, New York. IAOR 8ALE CH AP?A 45 HORSE POWER ENGINE, In first c'a?s running order; also two loo'irnotlr* Boilers. Inquire of LA LANCE & UKO.SJEAN MANUfACIURiNU CO., h9 Heekman street. Hand lathes for sale.-the following second hand Lathes are ullered In good or.ler:?One with 8 teet 6 Inch rheaM. swing St Inches : one with 7 feet 6 Inch shears, swing 8)} Incites, hack ge<reJ ; one with 4 feet 2 lncb shears, swing 6 inches, K. HUE A CO., 604 Grand street, oorner Sherfif, New York. Hydraulic presses, callf.iders, bri shino Machines, Im'.io'sum Presses, Patnt Mills, Color Mixing Machines, Fairbanks' und Howes' Scales, Shafting, Pulleys, Haugers, 40. FOLLETT. JOHNSTON A CO., 833 West 1 wenty-nlnth street. CLOTaiNfii * "1 -AT M. MArtK9\ 93 SIXTH AVENUE, OPPOSITE JY I Eighth street, and at our braneu store. 83 Sixth avenue, ladles and gentlemen will poiltlvely receive the utmost value In cash lor their cast-off Clothing Carpets, Jewelry, Ac. Ladles waited on by Mrs. Marks. Orders punctually attended to In and out of the city. AT 2S EAST TWELFTH STREET. NEAR UNIVERSITY place, ladles aid gents will receive t'ie highest prim for cast oil' Cloth lug. Carpets, Jewelry, to., by calling on or addressing Mr. or Mrs, r. HART. AT 274 SEVENTH AVENUE, CAST-OFF CL<tTHINQ can be sold at tha following prices:?For Pants, to $S; for Coats, .tJlto #2(1; alsft Silk itmsses. A note 6y post attended to by Mr. or Mrs. ABRAHAMS. AT 81 SIXTH AVENUE CAST-OFF CLOTHINO CAN be disposed of at the highest price.?For Itresyes, <3 to $50; Coats, $2 to $2(1; Pants, i?l to $5. Carpets, Furniture, Jewelry, Ac., bought. Call on or address Mr. or Mrs. H. HARMS,81 Sixth avenue. T M. LEON'S, 297~THIRn AVENUE, WILL PAY THE . highest price for cast-off Clothing, t'arpets, Ac. La'lles and gentlemen will pleaso call on or address Mr. or Mrs. LEoS. MEDICAL. a ladies' physician?dr. h. d. orindle, pro u.M. iubwui tn iiiiuwiiflry, ro yearn BUCWMIIII (nirni-rin this city, guarantees certain relief I" ladies in trouble, with or without medicine: torn relic! to the most anxious patient at oi.e Interview; elegant roomi for ladle* requiring nursing. Office 120 West Twcnly-slxiu i.reet, near Sixth avenue. A -MADAME ORINDLF, FEMALE PHYSICIAN, 1? < West Twenty-sixth street, guarantees relief to allfomala complaints. rlaMMI rooms lor mining. A SPECIALTY?DR. It. COBBETT. MEMBER OK XIIE New Yorlc University Me Ileal College and K. C. Surgeons. London, can be confu ted privately on diseases. A practice of 40 years entitle* Mm to conndeoca. Oflice, 80 Centre atreet, near Chamber*. A -DR. AN1) MM E. W1LLETT CURB AT ONE j\. Interview. Their female remedies nover fall. Room* for ladles before and during conUnement. Hi West Fortytourth street, near Sixth avenue. A GREAT AND SURE REMEDY FOR MARRIED laules. The Portuguese Female Pits always glvn Inmediate relief, beln* apealally prepared for married ladle*. A ladv writes: -"Theae pi la relieved me In one dav, without Inconvenience, llk? maftc." I'rlce *5. Dr. A. M. MAC KICK A i , office Pitt Liberty street, or sent by mall. A -MRU. W. H. MAXWELL, FEMALE PHYSICIAN, 114 East Tenth street, doai not humbug ladns with medicine. A CERTAIN CCRH"?OR MARRIED LADIES, WITH or without medicine, by Madame KI.HTELL, Profeasnr of Mldwllery^ over thirty years' practice. Her Infallible French Female Pills, No. 1, price (Mi or No. 8, speelally prepared for married ladies, prlca which can never tall, are safe and healthy. Sold only at her office, No. 1 East Fiftyuecond street, first door from Fifth avenue, and at druggist's, li2 Greenwich street, No, 7 Sixth avenue,or sent by mall. Caution?All others are counterfeit. ATTENTION.-TWENTY YEARS' PRUSSIAN HOP. pital experience. Private iliaei*** a ways permanently cured without mercurv. Consultation rrec. Dr. FRANKLIN, 1?1 Hlaecker atreet A?LADIES IN TROUBLE GUARANTEED IMME dlate relief, sure and sale; no feet require I until perfectly satisfied; elegant rooms and nursing provided. Dr. ASCllER, No. S Ai.nty place, new numoer 17 (Laurens St.) ALL PRIVATE DISEASES PERMANENTLY CURED wltboiil mereury; maabood effectually restored. Dr. LEWIS, No, 7 Beach street. 4.' years' niccesa'.ul practice^ T\R- COOPER, 14 DHABI IfUllj CAN BE CON It suited on private dleeaae?; J4 years' nractloa cuabUa him to make perlect cures. _ nR. RALPH'S OFFICR IS NO. 9 DRV STREET. HOUR 1 II A. M. to 6)4 I'. M. Sunday e*c< pt id. Ladies in troublb cured AT one inter view.?Also pleasant Rooms, Ho.rrt, Nnrslug, *e., bafora and during coultiiemont; no r-i a unlets cure I s?iiafi e.orlly. Dr. PERRY, 61 nieocktT atreet. neat Hroadway. NO PAY UNLESS CURBD.-DR. AND MME. WEST cure at one interview; their Frer,,-li Pills naver fall. Beams before and during Qonditftaeni, 144 '.Vs*t tX* s'raA, aear7tli avenue. r*1 "* *" " ABIFSTfWBVTl. J^OOTH'S THKATKH. " LOTr? THIS (MONDAY) ETKNINO, Flrat appearance nt tint ihe itrs of the brilliant Tonne Comedienne. LO fTA, who wlil npoear in her dual OuamclT ef LIMLh NKLL and the MAKCIMONKSB, id Mr. John Rrouyham'ii drammi/ai'.ou of Charles Dtokeaa' celebrate'i novel of ibu "Old Curiosity Shop," bJ'MmikJ UY A ruAhUrl'L COMPANY. I5VERYKVENINQ and SATURDAY MATINKll, AT 1 OCLOCS. Scat* teenrad lis day? In advance. VTIBLO'a GARDEN i> WILL RF.MAIN CLOSED UNTIL MONDAY, AUvll'ST *1, when It will REOPEN fur the FALL AND YVItflKR REASON with the firit uppearauie of Mr. Joaaah K. P.MMKT Id hl? great ?p?olalty of the I OAiLKR'H DRAMA of FRITZ, OUR COUSIN GERMAN. For fiuthfr particular* see future advertUomenta. Bowery theatr*. CROWDED FROM PARQUET TO DOMB. SECOND WEEK of the orfat sensation of to-dat, Mr. Chariea Foater'a Immense drama, entitled, BEKTUA, THE BP. WING MACHINE GIRL, dramatized from FRANCIS S. SMITH'S, hi j., great atoTy <4 lit mime name, by permtaalon of Me.?*ra street 4 S'niflv p'oiirietora, portraying truthful Incideuia ol tlis vioi?situi*i of tue WORKING GIRLS OF NEW YORK. faOT.j an d no fiction. ENDORSED BY PUBLIC ACCLAMATION EVER* MGIIT, BY HOUSES CRUWPEO TO THE DOME. DUTCH SONG3 BY BOLAS.I Buns and Danoi, "How lit Thnt for lllih," YOUNG MARTIN. Commencing with the comedy of the BW./.AKDS. Mr. John Poole's rrrat drama of SHIN FANE la In active ami extensive preparation, and will be ipeedllj produced. The celeor.if i Irnh corne lian, Mr. t. g. riot b, had been aeuure.1 to aua'alu the principal character. Terrace oardkn-jullien's concerts Fifty-eighth a tree t. between Lxlngton and Third ara. Concert nl-'Iiti, I ncnd iva, Friday.; and Sundaya. to morrow (tui?3dai ), aloust 15, GRAND GALA CONCERT AND BAL D'ETF. F.RN8T O. BER.N liTT. rroprletfli i CENTRAL PARK GARDEN-THEO. THOMAS, IJ GRAND SUMMER NIGHTS CONCERTS. TI1EO. THOMAS AND HIS UNRIVALLKD ORCHESTRA. THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, ALOUST 14, AT 8. 1. Overture, "Egmon'." Beethoven 8. Bal.ora' fhurua, "e IjrRenile Hollander" WagDM 8. Waltz, ''Teiegrama"..... Straus* 4. Selection, "Fauai" Gounod 6. Fantaale?Overture, '-Paiadlae and the Perl".St. BeuneH 6. Wa.tz, "Thousand and One Nl.hti" (new) Strauat 7. "l?le Allmnoht" Schubert 8. March, "Uakouzv" now Lluzt 9. Or rture, Marltana" Wallaoe 10. Trio, "William Tall" Koaalnl 11. Waltz, "On the BeauMul Biuo Danube" Btrauai Id. March, "Adolf',.;. MlrhaeiM Adiiiisa'on Tickets, 50 cot*. Prlv?ts Boxes. 81 extra. pack a J kb of u tickets, four dollars. To he had at the principal uiualc itorit. Mrs. conway's park theatre, Brooklyn. Manaurra J. W. CARROLL a E. LAMB, MONDAY, ALGUsi 14. and every eveirn i durln* the weefc, Madame Koala* Newvllla'a (treat play, fn tiled UNDER THE WILLOWS, written for AnUie U alte and W. H. Lenke. Brooklyn globe (Formkri-y hooley'S opera House).?TUIs old establlabe I nimi.y ri K?rt WILL Ot'EN FOR THE FALL AN;) WINTER SEASON, ON MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 21, 1871. CHARLES WHITE, Manazar. rrRENOR'S LTRtclTALLi ~ 1 blith arcnue, Keserri lr aonnre and Forty-second ?t., ant TRENOK'd adkli'IHA hall, Fifty-second street, broadway and Seventh avenue, re now open Tor engagements. Kent $6<i to $81 tier nl^ht rPGNY PASTOR'S orEl<A HOUSE. ' 1 MONDAY. ENGAGEMENT, FOR 8IX NIGHTS ONLY of the talented youn<r autor, Mr. \V. H. WHALLEY, In a new and entirely original pliy, entitled the black band. Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday. n 1 fT ?dr. KAHN'S MAGNIFICENT MUSEUM"0> I 4i). MARVELS. SCIKNCE and ART, 745?Broadway?748. Bee the Dying Soldier, the Horned Woman, the magntOcank Florentine v? nus Gbe moat pen-ctly forme t woman in tti? world), tbe Bear Woman, Makin it a Now Note, MunnroM. ties and Beauty and 40,00(1 other marvelous objccU, oodeoted at an eipen^e of lull u million. OPEN DAILY. Admission 60 o^nta. 745 Broadway RAND OPERA HOUSE ' will open sfptembkr 4, with the einln nt ar.istea, Mr. an l Mrs. BANDMANN. CTlf"4VBNUK~THEATRE?SI'ECIAL^ ~ * " ?) Tim Ind'es HnJ f,cnt!i men onjnjred for the ensuing se* son, In ginning Sopteraoer 5, are re tn*at<?d to HS?emolo la tlie green room on Wcdncid'jy, Augutt .H, at eleven o'cloalt. JOHN MOORK, Prompter. /lUMrTOWN POniOAH CUTE, VT Facial Fiicetlve Monologue, at JOHN JACK'S TESTIMONIAL, Sa-urday, Anput 19. I VTEW YORK, AUGUST 15, 1871.?NOTICE TO TIIFATV rlc il Manager". Th i undersigned will be at the Ur?n4 Central Hotel on Thursday morning. JOHN K. MoDONOUOH. "\\TANTKD VERY BEST NOVELTIES FOR SUPXRIOB vV travelling Circus. Address WILLIAM L. MILLER) 8.<6 Broadway. PI INOFOBTKi. A LARGE STOCK OF PIANOS. BEST MAKERS, Tt> J. l rem or ?eu cneap; rem rt iowvu 011 purcnaae. t an at M. M. MLRKKLLV, No. 8 Union iquars t lt? Fourth aveu.ta). A MAGNIFICENT 7!< OCT ATE ROSIiWOOD PIANO. . forte; grand arale; male order; reiebraiel makerl Wed lire month*; cost H?7.'>0; will be *011 tor $275; Parol Suit*. Painting*, Bronte*. Silverware, litngere*, l.'ookcii**^ Carpet*; property of family tearing c.tjr. Si) VVeat Fl.teeulli tIM, ne ar Hftti SfaBOe. ABFAUTIFUL PIANO-ONLT HH25; A 8TEINW.iT Piano, (even octave, overstrung bau, carved leg*, ever/ Improvement Great aacrWoe for cash. J. BIDDLE, 18 Amity street, r.eir Rroadwav. AMAONIFIiT.Nl' DOtTBLS ROUND CORlftR ROSRwood Pianoforte, 7 octave, all modern Improvement*, richly carrea leg* ?u<i case, nearly i.ew, co*t ifTSO, for magnificent aatin brocatel Parlor Suit, cost $450, for $150: ( do. $R0; trench Hromea, Vases, Painting*, Mirror, Curtain* Turk lib and Oriental ! urnlture, latest ?ty ie; glided and Inlaid Tablet, Cabinets, roiewioo no 1 wa.nut I'narabar Seta Mattrnsaea, Dining Furniture, Silver and C hina Ware, An., at * great aacrillce. Call at rrtlilenoe 12 last Tenth atreet, b*> Iween University place and Filth arenue. A RARE CHANCE.-HANDSDMK PIANOFORTF., II*cludlng at iol and cover, leaa than $1U0; modern atyl* nd Improvements; in perfect order; awaet, powerful toil*. 88 Third atrcet, near Second avenue. A PRIVATE FAMILY, OOINO TO EUROPE, WILB illapoao of tbclr magnlllcent 7J^ octave rich rosewooc Pianoforte, carved lega, In iido o ne m inths, coat > ?!*???>, to* tfc'.'7.1; Stool. Cover, Mualc Stand; Parlor and Bedroom Milt* Carpet*, Painting*, Bronze*, at lea* than half coal. Private reaideuce, 1*0 West Twenty-third atreet. PIANOS, MELOOEONS AND OR 1AN3-OF NEW ANI> beautiful atylet, of different mukera, nt low prions for caah or monthly in taloie iti, or for rent, at WATuKS', 441 Broadway, thau cau bo fouud cue where. Rosewood piano, wno-KULi.v ouahanti-fd: inagnlilcent 7>f octave, having overstrung bat.a, carved log*, ayratlo; ce.ebrat'-d city maker; great aucrilicn. JAM 1-3 UOKHON. 1HH Bieecker atreet, mar Macdoucal. SjCfi CASH, BALANCE %1J MO THLY-BEAPTlFUt IfiJv/ a even octave roaowood Piano*. ourvel le_a an* moulding*; all Improvement*; caul) $2jU; manufacturer*. Second Land Piano* at aacrldee. CABLE A SONS, 47ii Eighth avenue, near Thirty-fourth atreet. MAHKMC RVANTKTjM. AKLABER, STEAM MARBLE AND MAKBLhl/INlf . W?r**, l.i4, 1,14 Faat J.l bicenth atreet.-Marble and marblelzed Mantel*, Tiling, Marble Counter*, Monument* and tlrave Stone* at price* that defy competition. TtUILDERS AND THOSE CONTEMPLATING BUILD J) tug will do well to examine our large stock ot Slat* Mantel* before purchasing elsewhere. PhNRUYN SI,ATM COMPANY, 40 West Eighteenth streot, between Fifth ul Bixtb avenues. OTEWART'8 SLATE MANTEL8-LAROE8T ASSORT lO inent in the city at lowed prices; elrcant new designs. T. H. 8TEWAKT A CO., 06 Sixth a?., bstwean Th Irty-tlfth ami Thirty-sixth at*. SKLABER A CO.'8 MARBLE WORKS, 217 TOIS3 Wfti* . Firty-first street, between Broadway an t Eighth ar?one.?Marble and Marblelxed Mantels, Monuments, Heade stones, all new original designs, oheapest In Ihe olty. OOJfOMTlOW tvo riC'KH. DEPARTMENT OF DOCKS, N03. 844 AND 818 ttltOAD way. New York, Jnlv la, 1871. Notiok. ?Pursuant to the provisions or subdivision 3, of section 6. of chapter 014, Laws of lr7l, the Board of Co? mlssioners gowning the Department of Docks hereby giro* notice thai the plans for the Improvement of the water trout of the city of New York. determined npoa by said Board, were, on Ihe B7th day of April. 1071, duly adopted by tit* Commissioners of the Sinking Fund and returned to the I Board governing Ibis Department, wltn a certincite of sticfc adoption written thereon, In conformity with the law. That said plans and certiAeate are nled lu the olllce of this lloarl and are upen to public Inspection daily, Ix-tweu tbe hours of i 10 and 11 o'clock A. M., and thai from and after the said J7tfc i day of April, 1871. no wharf, pier, bulkhead, bantu, dock or slip or any wharf structure Or superstructure can be laid ouL built or rebuilt wltnln lb* territory or dlitrlot embrace! In and spccitled upon such pl?Ji?,exoept In accordance thir%? miiu. John t. aonew. i HENRY A. SMITH, ) WILSON O. HUNT, I CounmHal jnors. RICHARD M. HENRY.j WILLIAM WOOD, / J. (JftFNVIi.l.r Kank, Secretary. astholooy; ACItMRVO\ ANT WHO HU NO UVAb IM Amer.ca.~All who are sick or In trouble skonl I consult ber. N. II, No likenesses or love powders; hut will o.i isa siioedy in irrlage and allay the most serious trouble. MalvnMfe LLIFI'ON, H4? Wcsi Twenly-UfIb tlrool, Seventh and Eighth avenues. CIYPSY CLAIRVOYANT, PSYCHOM KTRIflT AND T Test Medium.-Never falls to give n i Ufa uloiu 28 <; recti* wlch avenue, near tenth street and Sixth avenue. Madame ross, medical and business clair, voyant, tells p.-Kl, present and future; shows likonnna ol husband. 199 West Forty 9rit street. llroadw.iv and Movent!) avenuu, ORIGINAL MADAME BYRON, DOCTRR88 AN I Medlral Spiritualist.-Speedy marriage*. fljt) l'ourtl venue, lietnyoen Twtnty third ami TWentr fourth trwt*.