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ItOAllDTCKB WANTED.
'I BLOCK SOUTH OK CHATHAM SyUAKE?OB ANT
1 House. 48 New Bowery.? Single Rooms, :t&c. nod j()e.
f r day ; $2 anil (2 Oil per week ; Family Uo.uu-. >1 and
per day House o|>en all night.
SUIT OF KLEOANT APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE
taMe und attendance, at Worth House, 2tti Kitth ave
nue, fronting on Madiaott square, Broadway and Filth
avenue.
1 WK8T TWENTY-SIXTH STREET. CORNER BROAD
J way.?Elegant family Rooms, first class tahle and at
tendance, $25 to 140 per week to permanent parties; trau
eicnt$3 per day. Lodging-, $i t? $-j ,lt Sherman House.
I BLOCK TO CENTRAL PARK. CITY AM) COUNTRY
S?VremeRl' handsomelr turnished Rootu Tor husliand
and wile, with select peruiuuent Board, 13 each up. 65
Hast Ninety second street.
1 BLOCK FROM CLARENDON HOTEL. NO. lit KAST
Nineteenth street?Rooms en anlte anil singly, with
Board; house recently turnished newly and handsomely;
reduced rates; references.
1 LARGE SECOND STORY FRONT ROOM TO RENT,
with Hoard, at .37 East Twentieth st., near Brondwav.
OR 3 GENTLEMEN CAN HATE ROOM, WITH
A Breakfast and Tea, at No. 2 Wheaton street, Lafayette,
.Lrsey City, one block trout horse cars; lanitly private;
Hunday Dinner; price $5.
O BLOCKS PROM BROADWAY.?LARGE ROOM,
A second floor, for gentleman uml wife or two gentle
men- good table; also Rooms tor single gentlemen, 17 to
410. 61 East Fourth street.
2 LARGE, NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
closets, to let, by a private lamily of adults ; excellent
table; pleasant neighborhood; west side; honso has all
Improvements; terms moderate; references. Address
S?LBAHANT HfrMK. Herald offlco.
3 LARUE HANDSOME HALL ROOMS. WITH
closets, to let?With first class Board, at 217 West
Fourteenth street; house and location unuaiiallv de
jdroble. J
WELL FURNISHED AND DESIRABLE ROOMS
" lArge clouts and water, on second floor, for families
SLS i * w pentlfimen. Others on third and fourth floors.
Table choice, at 119 East Seventeenth street, a low doors
f irom Union nquare.
4 WEST TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET, FIRST HOUSE
froin !? ifth avenutv-~DcKirahl* Knomft on second and
xnlrd floor* to rent, with til's! class Board , also a lew table
boarders; references exchanged.
CTII AVENUE?A SUIT OK NEWLY FURNISHED
*, Rooms in a tlrst classcorm-i house, with private table;
1Jjnnllemen. without hoard. Address
PRIVA PE, llerald otllre
flTH AVENUE, 76.?DKHIKA3LE ROOMS, HAND
? ? some I y furnished, w irh ltn?r,l, nuv tinw he secured
ior the season ; an elegant Suit 011 parlor floor, with all
conveniences, private hath, Ac. Reference.
<J?I? Tt) 111) PER WEEK FOR GOOD BOARD AND
Root"*: breakfast from li to 8; also the Parlor Floor,
jwithor without Board, tut West Thirty-fourth street
4|fi JO HO.?PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH EXCELLENT
?P" Hoard, for latnilies anil single persons, at 170
?Bleecfcer street, six blocks west of Broadway.
<f?L> TO 111) PER WEEK FOR SINGLE ROOMS AT 17.'
?Pll Blcockcr street; pleasant Rooms for families or two
Kcntlnmen; good tahle and central localiou.
?*7 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, OPPOSITE
I Ftllh Avenue Hotel.?Elegantly furnished Parlor
Board* Rooms, in suits or singly, with or without
<) WEST TWENTY-NINTH STREET.?SINGLE AND
a5rn"i? rcnt' with Ur:,t class Board. Four
doom from Gilacy Houw.
1A kaht twenty-eighth street, near fifth
J.V avciiuc.~Flea.Munt upper front Room and second
floor south Room; Hoard If desired; family small; terms
moderate; first class references required.
11 WEST THIRTIETH STREET.-A <;<>OI> SIZED
-1J. Uooin to let to a gentleman, with Board; refer
ences exchanged.
"1 A 1TH STREET, SIX) AND 302, CORNER SECOND AVK
| a: nue.?Desirable, handsomely furnished Suit of
Rooms, on second floor, with Board; also double Room,
on fourth floor.
UTII STREET, WEST. 231.?IN THIS KLEOANT
house, handsomely turnished Rooms, en suite or
singly, suitable for families or parties of gentlemen; table
unexceptionable; private table If desired.
1 A TH STREET, 118, WEST ?SECOND FLOOR FRONT
-IT: Rooms, with or without Hoard, finely furnished.
*ndParlo?suitablefor a first eluss pliysleiuu.
nWEHT TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, OPPOSITE
Fifth Avenue Hotel.?Magnificent 1 arlor Floor, und
other large, elegantly furnished Rooms, with or without
Board, at summer prices, references exchanged.
1Q SIXTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY
-LVr *'"? F!nh avenue.?Newly furnished Rooms, en
aulte or singly, with or without Board, ut moderate rates
for the mi miner.
lQ WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, OPPOSITE
i . Avenue Hotel.?Elegantly tarnished Rooms to
ie_t, with or without Board, to gentlemen and wives or
single gentlemen.
]Q WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.-WITH BOARD,
two large connecting Rooms; also single Room.
0"1 WEST EIGHTEENTH STREET.?A LARGE ROOM
?"J-r- to let, with Hoard, suitable for gentleman and
wile or two single gentlemen; ulso single Rooms; terms
moderate.
99? .STREET, WEST, 318.?AN ELEGANT ROOM,
^A third floor, southern exposure, with superior table
and attendance; terms moderate; to husband and wife
or gentlemen.
OO AND 26 WEST EIGHTEENTH STREET, BE
Atj twecn Fifth und Sixth uvenues.?Rooms to let, with
first class Hoard for families or single gentlemen; retor
eiiocs exchanged.
WAVKKLEY PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY.?A
A*> Room, nicely furnished, is now vacant, with first
claw French table. A few day boarders wanted.
LIBAU WOUTER8_
2/T BAST FOURTH STREET. 8ECOND BLOCK EAST
?' or Broad way.?A largo front Room, nicely tar
nished, to let, with Board, to one or two geutlemen.
Family eotislst* of three persons.
2C WEST TWENTY-TniRI) STREET.?TO I,ET,
tJ with private table, a Parlor Floor to a gentleman
and wife or a party of gentlemen; la-st references.
?>7 WEST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH
A I avenue.?Handsomely furnished Rooms to let, on
second floor, with first class Board, suitable for gentle
man and wife or parties of single gentlemen. References
required.
OQ MACDOUGAL STREET, NEAR PRINCE -ROOMS
AO suitable for gentleman and wife or a party of gen
tleinen ; also single Rooms, with or without Board.
OQ WEST TWELFTH STREET, A FEW DOORS WEST
AO of Filth avenue.?With Board newly furnished
Rooms, en suite or singly; house tlrst class.
OQ WEST NINTH STREET.?NICELY FURNISHED
*jO Rooms to let, with Board, on aecond and third
floors: relercnces required.
OQ 8TUYVESANT STREET, NEAR ST. MARK'S
At7 cltareh.?Pleasant front Rooms to let, with Board,
to gentleman and wife or single gentlemen.
OO WEST THIRTY-THIRD STREET, NEAR FIFTH
.!? "venue.?Elegant Suits and large and hall Rooms,
with Board, at summer prices; house newly and hand
somely furnished; no children en.
OO EAST EIGHTEENTH STREET.?FURNISHED
OO Rooms, with Board, to gentlemen and wives or
single gentlemen ; references exchanged.
OO IRVING PLACE, CORNER SIXTEENTH STREET.?
OO Handsomely turnished Rooms to let to gentlemen
with or without Board.
STREET 336 WEST.?A SMALL FAMILY, OWN
ot: lug their house, a brown stone, will let to four
gentlemen or two and their wive* handsomely furnish
ed Rooms, with first class Board. Reference required.
O/T GRAMERCY PLACE (EAST TWENTIETH STREET).
00 Large, handsomely furnished front Room, with
Roard, for gentleman and wife or two or mere geutlemen,
at moderate prices.
OC EAST TWENTIETH STREET.?A PARLOR FLOOR
OxJ of three large Rooms, bathroom, closets, Ac., with
private table only, or without Board. Rooms for single
gentlemen. References.
?JC EAST THIRTH-8ECOND STREET, NEAR
Madison avenue?Large, handsome Room, on second
floor, to let, with Board; Urge Room on fourth floor for
geutlemen; references
A A WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.?TWO PLEA
tVf sant furnished Rooms, with Board, in a small lam
ily Relercnces exchanged.
A1 WEST TWENTY-NINTH STREET.?NEATLY FUR
1 L nished Rooms to let, to families or gentlemen, with
first class table, on very reasonable terms, for the sum
mer. References.
EAST TWENTY-NINTH STREET-DESIRABLE
ami new ly furnished Roonts to rcnt. with Board,
A A CLINTON PLACE.?LARGE PARLOR AND KX.
TT tension, with Board ; suits Me for a party of gentle
men; also other Rooms; a few table boarder* taken;
terms low for summer.
AC WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?PLEASANT SUITS
Til of Rooms, with Board, to lanitlic* or parties of gen
tlemen; also hall Rooms for single gentlemen; reference
nujnd.
CI NIN rn STREET, BETWEEN UNIVERSITY PLACE
ul and Broadway.?Handsomely furnished Rooms,
with good table, for families and single gentlemen; cars
ond stage* half block from the uouse.
5C BOND STREET.?GOOD BOARD, WITH NICELY
furnished Rooms; gas, bathroom and best, attend
ance; day hoarders moderate . single and double beds
F\r\ WEST TWELFTH STREET, RF.TWF.EN FIFTH
'JO ?nd Sixth avs.?Nlcelv fnrnlslied Rooms to let, with
Board, in a German family; terma moderate; references
ni\ WEST WASHINGTON PLACE -TWO GENTLE
tntm can obtain Board and nice Room; home
ookod lood in nil respects; also a few table boarders
GO EAST TENTH STREET. NEAR FOURTH AVE
ingle gentlemen? with Board, to famllie* or
43
102
^TOIRTYJHGHTH STREET-HAND
bs???
1 94. RAflT STREET (HARLEM) -A STRICTLY
19Q RA?T TWEVTY-goURTH STREET, BETWEEN
lAH Fourth and Lexington avenues.?A pleasant front
Room to let, with or without Board; term* moderate!
I jb THIRTY-FOURTH STREET, NEAR
Broadway -Handsomely tarnished Room*, on
?econd floor, with first class Board ; private table It de
sired ; also large hall Room for gentleman; reference*.
mWEST THIRTY-FIRST STREET.?A HAND
a.melr famished front Parlor and Bedroom to a
gentleman and wife or two gentlemen, with or without
Board; no other boarder*
BOARDHR8 WANTRI).
1QQ EAST NINETEENTH STREET, SECOND
lOO brown atone huu* east of Irving place?A suit ol'
large airy Room* on second lloor, neatly lurniHhcd, with
Hoard, lor gentleman aud wile or a family of throe or
four adult*, term* moderate.; reference*.
lit) WEST FORTY FOURTH STREET BFTWRHN
Broadway and I*>xington avenue ?Very plru*uut
R.H.mi l?i lei, with Hoard ; all modern improvement*.
"I \ 4 EA1T TWENTY EIGHTH S'l'ItMKT, NEAR LEX
llT iuuion avenue.?Furnished Room* to let, en jmlte
or.-iimlv, with Board, nt very moderate rale; reference*
required.
14.fi EAS>7 ,8T .AKar Lexington AV.-ELE
I Kiiiitly furnished Rooms in lioune of private i'uin
ily. to gentleman and wife ; Hoard for lad> only.
1 f,0 5r/VyE,,U',Ky A KKW FURNISHED
-A, Rooms to let, with Hoard, to gentleuteu and their
wive* or single gentlemen.
1 '"y1 EAKT THIRTY-NINTH STREET, NEAR l.KXINU
o,'i,.r i<oVaVr""Vi .Wo> "r'''fre nicely furnished Rooms
to let with or without Hoard; family small. To good par
ties the comforts ol a home may be hud ; terms moderate.
lftfi WEST ELEVENTH STREET.-Til LET, WITH
1''" Hoard, three pleasant Rooms on second door, en
suite or singly , fine location for summer.
1 'If! WEST ELEVENTH STREET?TO LET, WITH
i 14 (?w pleasant Rooms, cu suite or singly;
aecoud floor; very pleasant location:* tew hoarders;
permanent* only need call.
1 ft4- 5VK'^,T TWENTY SECOND STREET -A PRIVATE
-IU-* family have a large, elegantly furnished third
story front curtained alcove Room for rent, w ith or w ith
out Hoard, tor gentlemen; also second story Room.
mWEST TWENTY'THIRD STREET.-A RESPECT
able private family would rent, furnished, with
Hoard, one or two lurge Rooms on second floor to gentle
men or gentlemen mid wives; also a furnished hack Par
lor lor a doctor's nftlce.
m LEXINGTON AVKNHE, CORNER THIRTY' FIRST
street.?Plensunt Rooms, en suite, for families, or
singly, for gentlemen, with Board ; terms moderate ; loca
tloll central.
9ft7 WKMT THIRTY-EIGHTH STREET.?A GKN
-f ' ' tleman and wife can be accommodated with
Board; rooms handsomely furnished; talde first class,
and neighborhood unexceptionable; references.
90Q WEST TWENTY FIFTH STREET.?A PRIVATE
^ . ["""".v havi" * couple of Rooms, w hich tlicy will
rent, with Hoard, to gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
good neighborhood.
Ol A EAST SEVENTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN
asJI' Second and Third avenues.?Pleasant Rooms to
let, with Hoard, to gentleman and wife or single gentle
men Terms reasonable. References exchanged.
990 WKflT TEN'TH STREET.?A SMALL FAMILY
' will let some pleasant Rooms, containing closets,
gas and waters ul*o single Rooms, with good Hoard;
terms moderate.
99Q EAST NINETEENTH STREET-A # LARGE
front Room to let, with Board, in a private
taiuily ; references exchanged.
9'J'> WEST THIRTY-SECOND STREET.?FURNISH
ed Itoiuns, lor married couples, with Board;
house new, with modem Improvements; a few single
gents will he accommodated, with or without Board.
904 WI ST FIFTY THIRD STREET, BETWEEN
sjO I Broadway and Eighth avenue.?With an English
Jewish family, a single gentleman can be accommodated
with a large lurutshed Room Had Breakfast; references
exchanged.
20 n WEST THIRTY'EIGHTH STREET,?FRONT
?>? J Rooms, on second and third floors, with tlrst class
Board, at moderate prices, for the summer. Heferenc.es
exchanged.
9 A 4 WEST THIRTY SIXTH STREET. ? FVEN'D 1IEI)
??' J""x Rooms to let, at private house, with or without
Board.
94 ft WEST TWENTY SECOND STREET, BETWEEN
Seventh and Eighth avenues.?Hoard and Rooms,
tor gentlemen and gentlemen and wives.
91(1 WEST SEVENTEENTH STREET, BETWEEN
4-t TO Seventh and Eighth avenues.?Nice furnished
Rooms to let, with or without Board.
2,^9 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH STREET.?TO LET,
'?'u with Board, two fourth story Room*: also third
story pack Room : terms moderate.
9ft7 YVEST TWENTY EIGHTH STREET 1I AND
J , ? W'tnel furnished Rooms, conneetlng and single,
to let, with Hoard ; house first class; location desirable
ami neighborhood unexceptionable ; terms inodcrute ; ref
erence.
Qhq WEST TWENTY THIRD STREET.-TO LET, TO
eJL'tv one or two gentlemen, large light extension Par
lor, on first floor, wholly or partially lurnl.slied; purlial
Board ltraqulred.
4 ft1 PACIFIC STREET, NEAR BOND, BROOKLYN.?
-?:~'*-To let, with Board, one Kootn on second floor,
either Ifront alcove 01 'hack room; also back Room on
third floor, to gentleman and wile or single geiKlemen ;
location first class.
4-ftft W??* THIRTY FOURTH STRKBT.?PLEASANT
Ttllf front Room or Floor, I111 iii-Pe l or uufurni-hrri
tongentlcninn and wife, with or witliout Board ; hot and
cold water; cars pass the door.
C77 HUDSON STREET?A SI i f ol' I CR\ISIIED
'J I I Rooms for gentlemen, with or without Hoard, in
a private family.
A PERMANENT HOME CAN HI. OBTAINED WITH
a private luniily residing on Lexington avenue, near
forty-second street; large and pleasant rooms, with lib
eral Board. Address E. H. E., Herald office.
A LADY LIVING IN HER OWN BROWN STONE
bouse, near Broadway and Thirty-fourth street, will
let a nicely lurnlshed Room to it gentleman and wile;
Board for the lady only; terms moderate. Address C. M
box 1?1 Herald Uptown Branch ofllcc.
A -SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY, RESIDING ON FIE
JY, ty-flrst street, near Filth avouue, will uceommodatc
a laily anil gentleman or a small lanillv with fine Rooms
and superior Board, nt a moderate price. Address HOME
COMFORT, box 140 Herald Uptown Branch otllee, litis
Broadway.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL LET, WITH BOARD,
second or third Floor, en suite or separately; ref
erence required, no West Fortj -sixth street, between
fttlli und Sixth avenues.
(1HOICE ROOMS, EN SUITE OR SINGLY, WITH IM
J mediate possession, with or without Hoard; private
table If desired. Apply at Everett Library, 5HM Sixth
avenue.
Harlem.?board at 127 east 12ST11 street,
near Third avenue, the steamboats, horse and steam
Cirrs; commanding rural pleasures, fishing, boating, Ac.;
private family ; moderate terms.
Hoboken.-newly furnished farloks and
Rooms to let, In 113 Garden street, a few blocks from
ferry only; all improvement* in bouse; Brenktust given
it required.
TO LET-A FURNISHED PARLOR, WITH BOARD
suitable for a doctor or agent, situated In one of the
best streets in Newark. Address E. C., Newark Post
office, N. J.
TO LET?AT 240 WEST 2?TII STREET, BETWEEN
Seventh and Eighth avenues, with Board, a pleasant
front Rootn, lurnlshed, 011 third floor; terms, $14 u week
for two.
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED.
A GENTLEMAN DESIRES BOARD AM) ROOM IN A
strictly private family, between Fortv-eighth street
I Park, where he can have refined society and
and Centra
an agreeable home. Addres* B. J., Herald Uptown
Branch office, 1.2tiS Broadway.
A SINGLE GENTLEMAN WANTS A BEDROOM AND
use of balli on same floor, west side, not very far 1111
town, about $12 a month. Address offers to A. S. No 7
Wooster street
BOARD WANTRD-HY* A GENTLEMAN AND WIPE;
front Rooms desired; respectable location; not to
exceed $Lri per week ; private family preferred. Address
F. o A., Herald office.
Board wanted-in a respectable family.
above Twentieth street, by a lady; teems not to ex
ceed $7 per week. Address H. K., Herald office.
Board wanted?for a gentleman and wife
and two boys, aged 1(1 and 14 years, with Room and
Bedroom, lor $25 per week. Address LEWIS, 444 Broome
street.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN AND WIFE, A FUR
ntshed Room, wiili Board, with a private family;
rent to be moderate ; ea-t side prelerred ; reference given.
Addrasa broker. Herald office
WANTED?TWO OR THREE ROOMS, WITH ROARD
up town, In central locality; private family pre
ferred ; references given and required. Address, stating
terms aud particulars, KNICKERBOCKER, box 109 Herald
office.
WANTED?BOARD FOR GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
01101 near Washington Heights; stabling for two
Pitt Til FT0'!'A V.tat o !n Y/' ,iU""3' Add??
Young gentleman desires a furnished
Room, with breakfast and evening dinner, at a
moderate price, between Tenth and Forty-second streets
and Second und Seventh avenues. Address, stating
terms, D., box 118 Herald Uptown Branch office, I,2tl5
Broadway.
RKfHIKLYX BOARD.
Wanted IN BROOKLYN?WITH HOME PARTY
vv living very retired. Sitting Room and Chamber, with
improvements and Board tor lady only ; answers must
spectty particulars and terms; use of piano ami general
Pttrlorand occasional private table desirable. Address
KLLSON. box 124 Herald office.
HOTELS.
ANGELL'S TURKISH BATHS, LEXINGTON AVENUE
and Twent.v-fllth street -Pleasant Booms for gentle,
men or fatnilles, transient or permanent, with or without
meals; private table it desired. House baths open all
night.
LELAND'S ST .IULIEN HOTEL, NEAR BROADWAY
No. 4 Washington plaee.?Large Room, $7 to $23 a
week. Caret's French restaurant table d'hote. Board,
with Wine, $10. ' '
NEW ENGLAND HOTEL, 30 BOWERY. CORNER
Bayard street?2110 light Rooms, neatly hirnlshod,
30c. or kOc. a niglit; $3 to $4 per week; for gentlemen
only. \
Riverside house, wahhinoton heights, foot
IMd street, Hudson River ?First class accommoda
tions for families; rooms in sulfa or singly; house thor
oughly renovated; terms reasonable.
^ E. M. BRITTON. Proprietor.
ST. GERMAIN HOTEL, BROADWAY AND TWKNTY
second street, Fifth avenue.?Suits of Rooms on Fifth
avenue: also single for families and transient guests;
table d'hote, $3 M per day.
W. O. TOMPKINS, Proprietor.
CIIERMAN HOUSE, BROADWAY. CORNER TWENTY
1 ' sixth street.?Splendid family Rooms, tlrst class table
and attendance, $25 to $4i) per week to permanent par
ties; transient, $3 pef day. Lodging, $1 to $3.
COUNTRY BOARD.
At tarrytown?rooms, with first class
Board, for season; gas, hatha fruits, Ac.; In the
nouse formerly kept by Mr. Mott; references given and
required. Apply at bouee or addrew.
COUNTRY HOARD.
A PEW HOARDERS WILL HE TAKEN AT A FARM
IX er'* residence in Rockland county, .10 nillcs I rum t lie
city, u( very reasonable rates; lite air is pure, country
mountainous and scenery line. For tonus ami reeoin
nieniinllons apply lu (IKilBUK W AVI.UKLL, 20 and 22
Hold street. Now York
AYOI'NC GENTLEMAN WANTS ItOAItl) IN NEW
Brighton, 8 I., where there is lintItlnic; price mod
erate Address OH AKLES W , box 141 Herald office.
Board at bkroen point?splendid accommo
ilntlons tor a tew families and staple gentlemen;
boating, fishing, private bathing grounds, plenty of fruit,
Ac.; relere.ncea exchanged. Apply to 8. F IRELAND,
"ill Broadway.
IkOAKD AT YONKERS, FIVE MI NOTES' WALK
I# from depot? Extensive and well sliuded grounds;
unsiiriHtsM'd view of the Hudson; line stabling; aceoin
modation* all ttr?tclaas. Address LOCU8T, Yonkers, N. Y.
R
OARD WANTED IN THE COUNTRY, FROM JUNE
1 I until October, for three adults, either in New
_ mm.in, emier ill new
York or New Jersey ; a suit of three rooms required ; price
not to exceed *15; family hotel preferred ; must lie within
one hour and forty minutes of city. Addrcsa for ono week
COLEBKOOK. Herald office
Board wanted-by a gentleman, wife and
nurse, within an hour of the city; not to exceed $*>
per week ; near the water preferred. Addroas W. 11. B.,
Herald office.
BOABD? IN A FIRST CLASS PRIVATE FAMILY,
where all the comforts of a home can lie had, tor tour
or Ave persona; desirable location; reference*exchanged.
Address PLATO, Bloom field, N. J.
Board ?s per week-near Delaware water
Gap. Apply this day at Pacific Hotel, Greenwich
street, between 9 and 12 o'clock ; also Wheelwright Shop
and Blacksmith Shop for rent.
CIOUNTRY BOARD AT GOTHIC HALL. STAMFORD,
) Conn.; all modern conveniences; one of the health
iest locations nil the Honnd; also stabling. Apply at 42
East Thirtieth street, where photograph* ol the place may
he seen.
ClOt'NTRY BOARD?AT LAMRERTVTLLK, NEW JEW
/ sev, on the Delaware; healthy location; tine view
of river; plenty of fruit; ten minutes' walk from depot;
terms moderate. Address J. A. G., Post ollico box 92? Lum
bertville, N. J.
COUNTRY BOARD ON T1IK HANKS OF IIOUSATONIC
River, 'IV. nours from city, by New Haven Railroad ;
house commodious and beautifully located on high
ground; splendid view of the river and surrounding
seenerv; line drives; salt water bathing, boatlnir, ?c-j
stabling; references exchanged. Address A. P., box 6,180
New York Post office.
C10UNTRY nOARD ON THE PALISADES. N. J -THE
J Ltnwood House will open for icuests May 15. Fine
location; three-quarters of an hour by boat from foot of
Spring and Thirty-fourth streets; laro 15 rents. Halt an
hour by ears from foot Chambers street; fare SO cents. A
tine drive of an hour and a quarter from fcrrv loot of
Forty-second street Apply to II. T. AL1.KN, 841 Broad
! way, near Fourteenth street.
ZIOUNTRY HOARD. ? \ GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR
' ' two (tejiMetiicii can obtain Board In the most desir
able part ol' Haekensaek, three minutes to Erie depot;
large front Room, with pas; family private; terms reason
able. Particulars of 0. W. WARD. 7'J Codar street
/TOUNTRY BOARD WANTED?FIVE ROOMS, FOR
A) larire family; place nuisl he absolutely free Iroin
fever and airue, Ac., and of easy access to this city. Ad
dress, staling particulars, Dr. U., lot Chambers street.
New Vork.
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED?FOR THREE ADULTS
and child, within easy distance of the city; New Jer
sey preferred ; must be llrst cluss in every respect. Ad
dreas ALEXANDER, 82 Beaver street
/TOUNTRY BOARD?NEAR KAtISnAII, HARLEM
A J Railroad ; farm bouse ; terms moderate fall on or
address W. C. rULLKN, 4WI West Twenty-tilth street, for
ono week. .?
/TOUNTRY BOARD.-WANTED AT NEW ROCHE LLP.
Ay In a private famllly?4 or 5 Rooms and good Board,
near a roou beach for bathing: for adults and cliildri n;
reference given and reiiulred. Address NEW ROCIthLLh,
box l,MH New York Poat office. _
/TOUNTRY BOARD?CONVENIENT LOCATION;
A 1 moderate price; no chills. Apply at Everett Library,
688 Sixth avenue. _
/TOUNTRY BOARD WANTED AT ONCE FOR GEN
A J lb-mall, wife ulid child (seven years of Hgc) ; must be
wilhiii one hour's ride of the city; Rive ttill particular*
and terms, with references; Jersey preferred. Address
W. W. D., Herald office.
Desirable o'pportunity.-a gentleman,
owner ol an elegant Residence at Orange, near de
pot, ftillv lurnlshed, will let same and Hoard with family
for his fumily. or divide expenses. Permanent parties
and those of means and best references need only address
S., box .'1,8:17 Post office.
First class board and careful attention
can he had in a private family near Htroudsburg, Pa.
Healthy mountain air, tine views, shady cronnds, no mos
quitoes. Address JONES, box 122 Herald office.
PLAIN I'I ELD, N J.-BOARD FOR SIX GENTLEMEN
or three married couple, with child and nurse ; high
around ; plenty tresh tritit and vegetables. Address S. B,,
box 281 Post office, Plalnflcld, N. J.
OUMMER BOARD.?TWO FAMILIES can iie ACCOK
misluied . delightful locution, fine (.'rounds, larire cool
rooms good table: lew minutes' walk Iroin railroad and
teainhoat. Address box M Post office, 1'eeksklll, N. \.
fVANTED?FOR THE SI MMER, BY A LARGE FAM
vV llv. Board In a farm house on the sea shore, within
100 miles of New York; required?six rooms, no other
boarders, good hathimr. Address K. A. MAXWELL, 4.89
Washington avenue, Brooklyn. L. 1.
YITANTED?COUNTRY BOAIID, FOR GENTLEMAN
\ v and wife (French), 30 minutes Iroin eitv; high,
healthvground; garden: no lunch except Sundays; low
price. Address O. HltUN, Herald office.
Yonkers, on the banks of the Hudson.?
Large, eleRnnt Mansion; house newly furnished
throughout; now ready for first class families; five min
utes from Yonkers, three minutes from Glenwood sta
tion. Apply at the corner of Oold street and Ravine ban
SUMMER KKSDKT8.
A?PREMIUM POINT HOUSE, ON TIIF. SOUND. ONE
. mile froin New Rochellc depot, having chang-il
hands, will be ready for quests shortly ; tine sen bathing,
fishing. boating, delightful drives, Ac. Apply to II. .1.
HOW, 12 Pine street, or A.(1. PLYMPTON, 54 West Twenty
fourth street. _ '
HOARDERS CAN RK ACCOMMODATED AT THE
IJ Highland Hotel (newlv erected), at Vails Gate,
Orange county, New Vork. on reasonable terms; ten min
utes'walk tro'tn Shortcut depot. THOH. W. RYAN
T>ELMOXT IIALL. NEW BRIGHTON, S I?NEWLY
IJ refilled. Rooms, en suite and singly, can now he i n
gaged for Hie season. Call or address at house or 114 East
Nineteenth street. _
/ f HITTF.NANGO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL
V > Is the fashionable resort Ibis season. Hotel open lor
gne-ts Roard onlv ?b> per week. Circular* obtained at
Wudsworth House; Filth avenue and Thirteenth street.
I). P. PEifcHH.
/TREAT NECK HOUSE. GREAT NECK LANDING, L"
I.X I.?Now open; one hour liv steamboats Beawanhaka,
Arrowsmlth. or railroad. For partleiilars address S. G.
VAN COTT, care Kingsbury, Abbott A Co., 520 Brondw.iy.
JOHNEH HOUSE?ADJOINING WASHINGTON'S
Hendqunrti-rs, Newburg, N. Y. This mansion is now
open for summer Boarder*. Every accommodation lor
comfort of guest*; hot and cold water, baths, Ac. Ad
dress the proprietor, ROBERT L. RILEY, Newburg, N. Y.
K1TTATINNY HOUSE, DELAWARE WATER GAF,
- .
Tills delightful monntaln re-ort Is now open for the re
ceptlon of visitors. Trains of the Morris and Fissox Rail
road leave New York utH A. M and 4 P. M. For circulars
apply to W. A. BRODHEAD A SONS.
TATOURF.TTK HOUSE, BERGEN POINT, N. J.?.VI i
J minutes from New York, will open on 17th April;
reduced rales to early applicants; newly furnished and
equipped. B- McM ICIIAKL.
Mountain house, south orange, MONTROSB i
station, N..I., one hour from Barclay street via Mor
ris nnd Essex Railroad ?Favorable arrangements ran be
made for the spring and summer seasons at this popular |
hotel, which tor comfort and convenience has no equal In ,
the vicinity ol New York: 34 trains dully.
C. H1TZELBERGER, Proprietor.
PEABODY HOUSE. YONKERS, ON THE HUDSON -
Now open for transient and permanent guests.
QUOQUK. LONG ISLAND.?MR JOHN D. HALLACK'S
new hltd beautifully located House at the above place
W||l be ready for boarders the 1st of June
CUMMER RESORT AT IT,AVER AUK, N Y . THRF.F.
kJ miles from Hudson.?Good drives and bathing, nttrae
five grounds. Board $7 per week ami upwards. Con
dm ted by C H. ABBOTT, formerly of the White Moun
tnln House. N. H.
WARREN HOUSE, WATERTOWN, CONN., IS NOW
open for summer boarders; also there are a num
ber of private families who will take from 5 to lOoach. If
desired. Address A. SMITH, Warren House, Watertown,
Conn.
POLITICAL,
/10NVKNTI0.N OF RADICAL REFORMER!!.?THE
"y representatives of relorm who nurpo?ed holding the
Convention in steinwav Hall on Friday and Saturday, the
10th and llth. will meet Instead in Apollo llall. corner of
Twenty-eighth street and Broadway, Friday, at 12 M. All
delegate*, and those desirous of participating In the or
ganization of the Convention to form a nrw politli al
partv ami to nominate Presidential candidate", should he
at the Hall tiy 10 A. M. to report to the committee on cre
dentials and obtnin delegates' tickets. The evening ses
sion will ronvene at 8 o'clock, irnd will be addressed by
Victoria c. Worslhnll on the coining political rovolutioti,
and by other eminent speaker*.
POLITICAL PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
done to short notice by the Metropolitan Printing K*
tablislitnent, corner of Broadway and Ann street. New
York.
UTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.?THE UNDERSIGNED,
inspectors of the democratic primary meeting held
at Emmet Hall, Thirtieth street, on Tuesday, May 7. for
the purpose of electing delegates to a convention to be
held at Mllllmanti's Hall, corner of Twenty-sixth street
and Seventh avenue, on Friday evening. May lit, for the
purpose of electing a delegate and alternate'to the Demo
cratic State Convention to lie held at Rochester May 15,
do hereby certify that the whole nunils-r of votes east
was 4U2, of which the following ticket received 402 votes,
and we therefore declare said ticket elected :?
ROBERT J. DILLON.
OKOKOK T. FORREST
RICHARD C. FELLOWS.
J. II. FORD.
JOHN DKERINO
PATRICK REID.
MICHAEL SIIAUNF.RSY
JOHN MULLIGAN.
PHILIP BRADY.
TEKF.NCE MAGUIRE
THOMAS KIEKNAN.
WILLIAM II. MrlNTIRE.
DANIEL KNKIIIT.
K. G. BAGLEY, JIl
JOHN TANSEY.
J. H. FORD, )'
MICHAEL S1IAUNESSY, . Inspectors.
PETER McALEKR, 1
NrT. ""Y?Personally appeared before
me, this day. the above named Inspectors, and made affi
davit that the above la correct ami true in every par
tleular.?Jawxs Wai.i., Commissioner of Deods of city and
county of N?w York.
BAH-'.S AT AI ( Tlitv.
A LLEN B. MINER, AUCTIONEER.
TH
AT IOli> CHAMMJh NYLRHROOMS
VI Vt ? IK-T 11,,. !,!' ,A.Ni) <7 BKADK STREET,
XIeB B^T'OtTI ] ii V'HIRN,T|!?K. MA1>K Tt? OR.
i V M .'ij I wT?^U;s BOUX.IIKKTKK, solo.
COMPKIMTSiiiAN" OTllKRH,
' r?rxTY
modes,' l-ounges uud cimi? *' "ZZT'tn,ta ta^Eli
Muck walnut, conn rMiiir Ho,Ik r*? Ju f!,hi!!- i ^7? ,*r !
sSMrwanwsu xssrvrr?^^
ss^ttrTs^41^; &?"???*'?
h m Di^r X !Is t" "".,t Pillow*, flue French
Silver Warp Cutferv *.? u a ?s, rvu c?, (hit (Haas and
auA HruZldii ivr27.' u ; -M<??!Axmlmder, Velvet
huh a niacin 1.1 ni,n m variety, luce Curtain* ic ? uL,
ver^euporior French grand action Piiu^'by'boat
FOR AfirflPNT OF WHOM IT MAV COKfKRV
Rosewood 7 octave Piano, made bv rtchuetze A LiulotT of
tins city, damaged on the voyage of tranaportatlon.
ALLEN B. MINI.lt, AUCTIONEER.
Salesroom*, 9ftChambers and 77 Reade streets
By ALLEN B. MISKit A KKl> I'll EK
ON SATURDAY, MAV 18
_ AT 12 O'CLOCK.
AT THE KXCilANUK SALESROOMS
. Ill BROADWAY,
THE ELEGANT RESIDENCE aS(D C>ROUNDS OF
MR. LOUIS JAY, RICHMOND AVENUE AND FINil El'
BOARD ROAD, EDOKWATER, STATEN ISLAND AS
THE OWNER IS OOINO TO EUROPE COMl'RItilNO
OVER 30 ACRES, LAID OUT IN LAWN* AND GARDEN
AND ABOUNDING WITH KINK FORKHT AND FRUIT
TREES, WITH EVERO KEENS, MANY OF WHICH
THE RF?n^NrKftiom Kr^Tdlean of expense.
l . vi.'rV snaoloiw and commodious.
Substantially built ot brick, in the English villu at vie and
all carefully finished in every partiular, under the
supervision ot Mi. K. Diaper, architect, with extra double
doors And windows, and is in all respects equal to uni first
class city house. \VlDK HALLS, large and well veil?
lntcd < cllarn, capacious funk, uas pipes thnniuh the house,
JruB %oV?r\?li?sAto,n,(,.rt H,,<* convenience possible.
<,rdL'r' "ravel road!' a"d
1IOUSE MAIN floor has I'our large rooms, as par
lors, dining room and library, with butler's pantrv and
closota; also extension building tor kitchen ami servants'
apartments. Second floor. eight large rooms cedar clos
i '." Slid dining rooms- Third lioor of seven large rooms,
!,,,"k"i scr\ oIr ami various storerooms.
oAV.w.u. t L<)D<JE.brick, In style of main building,
containing lour rooms,
,.,!o ^i1'1 ,V.INU V'K ''DTTAOE, facing Richmond ave
O V, . 1 order, comprising fifteen capac ions rooms,
w ill) turuace, hot and cold water, I >a t li ami washrooms;
JL comph'le 1,1 every respect; sialls for 10
attach*? u carriage room, with luuudry rooms
o-.VAK?.?N AND NURSERIES aro planted with tVult
obolVo ... i ,riftr.<'Hl v?."?Mc?i-t I'cach, pear, apple, quince,
: In rrj and tig trees ui prolusion ot the hesl Ainericuu ami
th'Ifl ?pn l-'II"H>'.Vf.'i!1!'?"?">? r?re grafts.
i i ^ , "AllDhN in line order and bearing all
the early and choice vegetables.
HOT HOUSE AND NURSERIES comprise one of the
!'.lrni,bi!.0i?'l a'. I11"?1 choice collections ot rurc exotics,
orchidM and put plants in the country.
HinliitJ. ''Va lence Ot a geiitloman desiring con
tiguity to the city this otters an unexampled opportunity
iu view ot comfort, health, emiveiiieiiee and elegance.
Hale positive and pcreinptort
Boats leave every hour irotti Whitehall deck, each wav,
ami lite premises can he viewed Ity permit trout the
uticlioneara.
Horae cars from landing to near the protiertv.
_ Terms al sale. Mapseun lie had al auctioneers' otTtce.
ARCH. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER.
Officeund salesroom :t7 Nassau street,
oppusitc the I'ost office.
mn.To?, Genteel lloiisclndit Furniture.
JOHNSTON A VAN TASHELL will sill this day,
at it o clock, ut I heir salesroom, ,H7 Nassau street, a lariic
assortment of Hoitshold Furniture, Cottage Suits, Bi ds
and Bedding, Whrdrobcs, Extension Tables, Parlor Suits
Jaouiikcm, husy ('hairs. Refrigerators, !>ns.slug liureaus,'
Wash stands, kitchen Furniture, Carpets, Ac.
A BOB. JOHNSTON, \l CTIONBBR,
office and salesroom 37 Nassau street,
opposite the Host office.
rrk,.Kf.y^vr Y?0 1'ttrniture, Sales, Ac
JOHNSTON A \AN TASSKLL will sell tills day,
at clock, at tludr salesroom, :i7 Nassau street,
a large assortment of Sitting and Standing Desks, double
Sitilng Desks, Stools, Armchairs, Sales, Matting, Tailors'
t ounters, with drawers, Ac.; gilt and decorated black
walnut Counters.
A
KCIII It A I.D JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER.
Office and Salesroom .17 Nassau street.
. opposite the Post office.
ii!i l< A ^ TASKELL'S sales of Household and
tlllce Furniture ure on
turc ure on
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday
cacti week.
A
J. BLEECKER, SON A ?7t)., AUCTIONEERS.
Handsome Household Furniture,
by virtue ot the power of sale in three certain
Chattel MortoagCri,
..?^TJNLIATION sa,'k WEDNESDAY, MavH.
i? , J. kt Bt, 2,'IH, !?ts and 24U F(?urth avenue.
Household Furniture, Kitchen Ware, Ac., together with
French Range, Conpi r Boilers. Ac.
At 1. M.,all the Table and Med Linen contained In the.
above houses, with the China, Cutlery and silverware
will be sold; one Wilcox A Uibbs Cabinet Sewing Miicliine,
complete und nearly new.
Absolute hale fob cash,
THIS DAY, by the Sheriff
ot Union county, N. J., to satisfy mortgage,
7.1 acres.it beautiful Building Plots,
on the Justly fumed Central Railroad of New Jersey,
ml". 'J .,,""ll,.,:i,'.walk the ,,,?l,?, delight I ul vil
lage ot Westtleld, less than one. hour trnm New York.
Road from Wcstileld to Railway.
IZI
Being the well known Abner Miller Farm, lying upon
the highest ground between Westtleld and Rahwav
and within hearing of the church bells ot Westtleld
Crantord, Linden and Kahwa.v. This tine property will
be sold lor cash to the highest bidder, on the ground
on WEDNESDAY. * '
May H, IH72, at 2 o'clock P. M.
? Tr,'li.r"J0aT S.uw Vork alIdi/.nbcth, 1 12; Plain
Hem, 1 :Jn o clock.
A BBIQNEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY - I NITKD
2X States District Conrt. In the matter of Iliram
?Anderson, bankrupt, in bankruptcy. IIADOEN A CO.
u' . wU'1 1au<;t'?"Wednesday, the Hih day of
!l !Z' . V i*k ? AfB'l Chamliers street, in ilie
city ot New York, the following articles, to wit ?Lot I'ar
pefs, Matting, Mirrors. Fixtures, Ac., part of the stock of
the above named bankrupt. By order Frederick W
IfotchkhsS, As&ignve iti Ranki iinicy.
Nkvt Yokr, Mty rt, 1S72.
ALBEBT b. wai.dron. AUCTION BE R
Sales loon is ins Liberty, III Cedar and :? Church sts.
Iii-n[eel lloiisciiold Furniture.
Carpels, Mirrors. Bedding, Ac
On Till KSDAY, at I0>. o'clock
WAI.BRON A CtJ'tKE will sell, as above, a large assort
meni ot second liaml und new Furniture removed to
salesroom* lor convenience of sale, including evcrv kind
wirf ',r .9'",cr'l,t''??l ot goods used in residences?good baii
und indifferent: also Office Furniture, Ac
On THURSDAY, at 12o'clock,
at 3H New (,'hnrrh street.
12 head of Road arid Work Hoi^ch.
VVIiiclCH of every dc^oriplion.
Single and Double Harness,
Whips, Blankets, Robes, Ac.
Auction. auction, auction
This (Wednesday) morning, May H, at I0'? o'clock '
? Over $25,11*) worth, ami over Abu Lots of
Magnificent i Ion*-ho Id Furniture, Pianoforte, Carpets
J'J .*.r?"r ? Mlrrors, Paintings, Curtaitis, Works oi
Art at the elegant priv ute residence of Albert A. Vandeu
hotr, Kw|.,2..2 West Forty-second street, one blo<'k west of
Broadway, near Seventh avenue-Velvet, Brus.eUCar
pets, magnificent Parlor Suit., covered with the richest
description ot satin brocalel and reps; Mirrors, Curtains
Hron/.es, Works ol Art, Staliiur., Paintings, Clocks, Vases
(abiDCt*, glided and inlaid Tables, Bootcasea, Parlor
Desk, Turkish Easy I hairs, Lfiuugcs.
Magnificent roscwn'Ml 7'j ... lave Pianoforte
stool, J over and Music Cabinet, cost 1K7S.
Hosewood and walnut Chamber sets stvl? of Louis XIV
Bedsteads, BureAUA Washstands. Conimodca, Spring anii
Hair Mattresses Bedding, Sofas, Chairs. Rockers, covered
with reps and haircloth; Sideboards, Extension Tables
?5/i ? Uhlnu (Jit,.,, Crystal and Silver Ware|
( utlerv ba-cmcnt und servants' Furniture Sale imsi
tivc. Hoods packed und delivered fur purchasers.
E. NICHOLS, Aurtioneer.
\ l Vils\V^'vvVr ,,|UV,An: RESIDENCE
itr .. ,m V Aurtioneer, sells tills day, commenc
l s! , - o clock, all the elegant and costly Household
Furniture contained in private mansion
n.? An,'i6"' H< ? between 6th and 7th avs.
mfr ??" lof"' b.v catahaiue, v1/.:_Hr|||iant toned rose
wood Pianomrte, cost $?s>; ricii Parlor suits, in lair.r
stvlcs covered in p ain and figured satin and silk reps;
nno . ""I'1 Mirror*, Velvet and Brussels Carpets,
Oil Paintings. Bronzes, Cabinets. Lace Curtains Cabinets
marble top ami gilt Tables, .tmDay CI?X At Ac
rn''"Ki.r'u ?wrn,d and walnut Suits, single
and double Bed steads, Bureaus, Uardrolie., spring and
half Mat resaes, Pillows, Bolsters, Sheets. Oullt*. Hedding,
Brusse's l arpels, IngrHHi do.. Lounges, Chairs, Ac ; also
Dining Room, Basement anu Kitebeii Furniture; Buffet.
Extension Table, i hairs, Plate. Cutlery. China and Class
^ure, Dinner and Tea >rtfi, Jr. Sale Positive.
AUCTtON NOTICE,?H. E. M DON NELL A ci)~
Auctioneers, '
W ill sell this day, WKDNKSDA V morning, at Iff1..' o'clock
at private residence 131 West 3td street,
? . and Harenth avenues.
1>> T.IKE F IT/i.ER AI.D, Auctioneer, over 210 lots, by
catalogue, costly and plain Hons, hold Furniture, namely ;
magniitrcnt 7 ? octave row-wmsl Pianotorte. citv mixfc,
ascd 9 months, cost $Hi*t; Pier and Mantel Mirrors, ele
gant Parlor Suits In crimson satin, rosi1 wood Etageres,
''. njfe and Hide Tables, t civet and Brusselt Carpets,
!!,in ' Bookciwe, lace ami hrocatel curtains, old
. aintings, real Brou/es, hols de rose Cabinet- .lardi*
n ere, Flower Htands, gilt Tables, BIO Vols choice Books,
old Engravings, Ac. '
_ , Bedroom and Dining Room.
Solid rosewood ami mlald black walnut Bedroom Suits,
namely: Bedsteads, Bureaus Washstands, Wardrobes
Commodes, Dressing Unite, hair and spring Beds, Pillows.
Bolsters Sheets, Quilts, Blankets, Bed linen, Ac.LToilet
Sets, other articles too numerous to mention. Dining
Room?Superb black walnut Buffet, inlaid; 14 feet Exten
sion Table one small !H Dining Room Chairs, solid Silver
and Plated Ware, Sheffield Cutlery in complete sets
French china Dinner ?nd Tea Sets. Basement and Kltch
en Furniture, Ice,Box, Oilcloths, Cooking Utensils, wiih
which the sale wilt commence. Sale positive, in lots, to
chasers " P*cked and shipped for pur
A?WALTER K. YORHTON, AUCTIONEER
? By BETTS A YORSTON,
au ctloncers and Business Agents,
,,, ,, . West Thirty second street
will sell hy auction on Thursday, May 9, 1H7X rJi^
o clock, at the private residence lt? East Thirty-second
street, near Lexington avenue, all the genteel Honsehobl
Furniture contained In the said house, constating of
Brussels ami Ingrain Carpets, Parlor Huiu, mah.Vganv
and other Bedsteads, marble top Bureaus, marble ton
Washstands, llalr Mattresses. Paillasses, handsome HuffeT
and marble Brackets, marble toD Card nml
Other Tables, ('hairs Rockers, Lac?c5?uin?P and ciV
nlcos, China, (Haas, kitchen Utensils, Ac. Catalogue* on
the premises and at the office of the auctioneer*
A UCTIDN TO DAY AT 1ft O'CLOCK ?STOVES TIN
^Ut"IueeL Ht lo"J M4chi"orj w,u bt ?vld at 4ji East
S\I.KS AT AUCTION.
A at
s*> l' l i.-t 11 WKNIJK OOltNKK KOUKT r.r.ni 111 niivr.r.i.
of choice Cabinet Paintings by tho b?.st American aud
foreign ariista, comprising tine ""WJ *
Hr|,M.t,U,n" ??-?? a
I. w ? JJcHfrt
??,u
KeS .C'M Hart.
!J,;;iU,,?ton- Wu^Hart.
{raw
Leutzo McKntee,
Meier von Bremen, Kletstahl,
W T. Richards, Shatluok.
WhlUredg., V?well.
and other,. Sale tooommencgat^cto^ A11 ^
ADQl STB M UU'INKS A CO., AUCTIONBBB8.
Magnificent Household Furniture,
al the private residence 96 West Fifteenth street,
between Fifth ami Sixth avenues,
on THIS DAY tWKDSKsDAY),
commencing iO1^o'clock,
rosewood Pianoforte, Drawlug ftoom Stilts, Paintings,
Velvet Carpets, Cabinets, Statuary, Mirrors,
8llverwure, Bronze*. Works ot Art,
sold by order of M. H. Hlske hsq.
Drawlnit Room Suits, covered richest description or
satin hrocatel, silk reps. Pompadour, Marie Antoinette
? styles marutieterie Cuhlnets, Tallies, EncoigiHires, Jar
diniere. Canterhurv. Music Cabinet, superb rosewmsl
canopy iitaacre. French plate Mirrors, Velvet Medallion
Brussels Carpets, Chandeliers, br<["^mS ^ val'taldo
Sevres Vases, Ornaments, rare collection ot wuiaiHo
Oil Paintinits, by eminent artists; artistic bronze Statu
ary, bromtbt trom Europe bv present owner
ceul rosewood Pianoforte, eelebrnted maker , Stool, i m
hroidcred eloth Cover, Music Hooks. T"rV^ It..!, Tabm
Chairs, lace Curtains. Dining lliiom?K.ztenHlon Tabla,
Sideboard, Silver Casters. In re cms, Nalvers, Dinner,. l?a
Service, Spoons, Forks. cr> stal, ruby Glassware, Sheffield
Table Cutlery, Chlnaware. Chambers?Itosewood, wal
nut Bureaus, Bedsteads. Wardrobes, en suite, style Louis
XIV "hair, spring Mattresses, Blankets. Counterpanes,
Bolsters, Pillows, also Furniture servant* apartments.
The auctioneer calls particular attention ot his trletlds
and the public to this sale, comprising luwst rlcbest
assortment ot Household Furniture offered at auction this
season. Facilities for removing and packing goods. 1 ar
ties wishing to attend this sale take bib av. cars, 5th av.
stages.
Ac<mo*
LA ROE AND ATT It ACTIVE'SPECIAL SALE
DAMAUED TAPKSTllY CARPETS,
sold lor account ol
Underwriters, slightly damaged on the voyage,
comprising _
ONE HUNDRED PIECES
CRtlSSLEY'fl TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETS.
To be sold without reserve.
W CUM1 A
ENGLISH PAPER HANGINGS,
also very sllgbllv damaged on the voyage.
Also
2,IKK) WINDOW SHADES,
v(krv slii/htlv iliiuiiiKcd l>v water.
s?ue"ndg * ?^Aas.t
a UCVTIoS NOTICE.?<5LINTON B. OSGOOD, AUC
OSGOOD A CO. will *ell at tliolr 8al<woom?.
.^^?'"^rVATUKD^MAY'ft: A.M..
genteel Household Furniture and largo lot extra Matting,
in tots to suit. Details ill time.
i?Y v COLTON, AUCTIONEER, , .
1) Household furniture In Thirty-first street.
Ohiinilellers and Gas I'l*tures.
if iiia i) a V (WiMltU'Htltiyh MilV lit. 10,-.j O ( lOP.K,
ft&XnS? the entire Furniture
bliVk* walnut UtMlrnoiii Furniture; Parlt>r Suits, in Hatin,
Smuask and dgured velvet, ina .ogn.iv Vardrobes, Mir
mrs Feather Beds ami Hair Mattresses, At.
' Also all the Chandeliers uhd OrtsPlAture^^
i
more toll particulars ^morrow^ ^
the entire choice Furniture of Hie pri vate residcnco
ill Firnt pUco, Soutli Brooklyn.
Particulars In time.
IP (MioilAM' "rlv I'BELl'A^VtV will sell this day,
early, ?t reslib-nce. Auctioneers,
OOODALB, ' AM1^V,. '; \Vest rwenlv third street.
SHSHxissa
ding, Iron "ales. Desks. Ac ; to bu promptly told. j_
ifstssss sr.
second street, to-morrow.
ny HENRY HTRAUN. AUttTIONEER^lFFIOE S75
l? u..?-?rv? Sells at 112 avenue If, at !? o ciock. nne
Butcher Shop, splendid Ire House, fine Sausage Appara
tus, Ac., In lot*. Doalers invited.
nv JOHN A. DUNN, AUCTIONEER
IV J JOHN A. DUNN A CO.,
Salesroom 227 Howery.
?in ?11 t|,;? day at 101s o'cloek, at 108 Fourth street,
will sell this oai ai . J . i;roeerv Store, con
sisting ol t orn '{imreh"'!.". of P. p.m, Hiking. ?a?s
Weights, Measures, Clock, Counters, sliclvlug, Hlns. Tea
Cans, Ac.
TNANIEL A MATHEWS. AUtTION EER?BAlsM
|) room. SSI Broadway, tinier Mt. Nicholas Hotel, be
tween Soring and llroome streets. _ . . .
???*& "hISSIm'T* Axwi-R
CARPETS. AC . .
by order of Fanny M. llook^ Adminlstatrix of C. O. Hook.
AT 4<l THIRD STREET,' BETWEEN SIXT11 AND SKV
Ar AVENUES, BROOKLYN
The entire content* of the Residence oi lute, t . 0. Hook,
deceased.
, . MATHEWS. AUCTIONEER?SALES
I) rising 521 Broadway under St. NhUolas Hotel, be
tween Spring and Hrnomc streets. ..
On THURSDAY, MAY 9, and HIIUVY MAY ID, at 11
o'cloek and 7H o clnek P. M.?
at saleroom, 521 BrniKlwo^ , .nnr ?*
HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE^.HALE OF gl'PERB MARBLE
BEAUTIFUL ALABASTER*STA+UETTB? AND GROUPS.
the Importation of Sicnor G. Glovannorl,
The Vases, Statuary, Ac., will he on exhibition on Wed
nc?day, May M. ? _
I M>W MtD SCIIENCK AfCTHINEKR.?ELEGANT ?'OL
E lection of Oil Paintings at fld Liberty street, Thurstlay
and Friday, at 12 o'clock. Now on exhibition.
l.TTuVITt-RF SALES IN BROOKLYN.?BY JOSEPH
F hFGEMAN A CO , Thurwlay. May 9. at 10 A. M.. at
Jgl DeKalh street, between Adelphl and Clerinont ave
t UV" CMwItt^Ac ^"satne day^aU P M."!^ Hedf'wd vtr?t,
between i>e Kalb and WillnUghby, gn"al Partnr CIlaii:.her
StVlSwe^rV^kinrMdVarry
avenues. Furniture, Carpett, Ac. ?
Ivsl'Vi'TIoN OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING.
NHPKCTIun Nai y Yzan, Nkw Yoaa, May ?, l?72.
? ioveniment Sale.
dcnned ?:Whing. enmdiof Jj^pjh, Iso satinet and
y.2i'"teal. "a"d.iek Trous.-rs. 2<r?P-'"AV"m
^l'nafra',Sh<w*?l,{o pairs Soc'k- *
together with a quantity of ^'r'^'^VAe Ae '
Mattresses, remnants ot Flannel, batlmt. *Mj..Ry
Phi Director United States NavE
and Inspector ill Charge.^
? ? WFINBKKOEF AUCTIONEER. SELLS ON
E Thursday Mav 9. at IDJ? o'clock, at I5lj Bowery, a
,!*rg. a^.rtment o. Wines. 1d., Otampagnes.
VXCOB bog ART, AUCTION BER.-THIB DAT.
?J Mnv at 11 o'clock, at the Auction Room*, No. I
Hmot liold"*Furn'miVe, Piano., Carpet-, Mirror., Paint
injrf. KiiKravinjcn, kc?
Parlor Suit*, k wnlnut intrMe top Drejw
Walnut Vyar^die?^c{{Sdi^^'xteiHlonllDtii'ii5[,^^''es!,Wm
u m i hiiiM Black walnut, t'otUK? and iron Bf?l
^air MattY*m*? Frnthrr B<d-. Bnlalrra a??d Pii
U^ i. y and Ro. k.ng Chairs. Hefrlgeratora Btove,
Kib fitm Furniture. Silver-plated Ware three rosewood
?r I mahogany Pianos. Alsi, mortgage .ale, live rosewood
Bed room Sniti, Parlor s.ilfs, Turkish Lounge., black wa
nut lounges in striped reps; Turkish (liaTrs, tint? Retrl
Ser.ter Tveivet, lEru-sel* and Ingrain Carpet*. Ac., Ae.
By orde'r of the attorney tbr mortgagee.
Jp TKAVKR AUCTIONEER?MORTGAGE SAI4I
. tl.is day. at li o'elock. at 99 Delancey street corner
I inllnw* content, of Lager Beer Haloon. consisting of
Ciiutiters, Bound and S,,uare Tables, cKalr., Glasses,
atote Mirrors, Icebox, Ac., Ac. ?
' EM IU Lli'PMAN. AHnrnev lor Mortgagee
TBWLS E. WOOD, AUCTIONEER,
, will sell,
THIR DAY. May 8,1872,
*t 1 o'clock P M on the premises, 150 Lots on the Pe Molt
homestead, situate In North Bergen and West Hoboken.
These lots command fine view* ot the surro^dliig coun
trv -easy of access, steam and horse ears Pom all the
i terries from New Vork hi Jertwy City. lTJJ2Roey*3woOD
For maps, tree tickets. Ac , a^oly to LEWIS E. wood,
I 7# Montgomery street, Jersey ( lty.
ORRIR W1LRINB, AUCTIONEER.
F.legant Furniture, superb Mirrors.
fine Carpel., China and Glassware.
:. H. LUDLOW A CO. wlllwU hv attetioD ^ W^dneie
1 May 8, at II o'cloek A.M., at the prlyate re?we?
East Fifteenth utreet, near Broadway,
larved rosewood Parlor Suit, in *"u'rve'd rost
icateT, richly carved ro*ewotkl_ j^ytenrp; flna French
>od Fancy and ( entre Table*, marme IP |/r g-r(>neh
ate Pier and Mantel Mirrors,onu'dD and |>|||||r ,-?n.ele
nek, rosewood 11 a 1 IsUnd, h"hntl^l,|)lt,s, Dressing Bu
bles, black ^wSDrnt^ r, ".ire, satin Eroca
au*. Washstands. black wainui ,IIIHntA black wal
I Curtains, Parian and ormolu Mattre-*eA Plal
lt Lounges. T.trkisb and hag < Bru^hl Carpet^
isses, B?. ater a^ Plllowa veivejch ||)e ^ wlu cvm.
^'."Jfaul^rtnJ" FUW-rcel.
M'
HAr.88 AT AUCTION.
H. PIBRSON, AUCTIONEER.?BY \ D MRU
LICK, .IB., A BROTHER, auctioneer* and dealer* in
New Jersey real estate, No. 6 Pine street Tuesday, May
U, atllM., on the premise*. positive -ale hi auction. by
iirdor hi B. I.. William* A Co., 112 Broadway, ol 2ffi ehoien
Building I*>D at Went Duncllcti. on the popular Coutral
Rattrond of New Jersey, near Plaitlfield: lot* beautifully
lnoaii'd, ('routine the railroad; high ami dry; coiiimaiiil
111K extensive view* oi thu mountain*. Spe< ihI train loot
ol Liberty street II A. M. Luncheon be I ore nail*. Mu.-te
liv Uratnlla. Man*, tickets An.. furnished by the unction
ear* and It I,, williHiu* A Co , 112 llrnudway, and Mabe
A Oo.. 18 Wllloiiglihy street, Brooklyn.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?THIS DAT JAMES AGAR.
Auctioneer, will spII, at *) Now Bowery, at 11 o'clock.
2il0 lota of Mpu'm Clothing; at 1 o'clock .'nat lot* Dreaaea,
Shawl*. Underclotbc*. Sheets, Spread*, Feathers. By
order A. h. Barnard, iStThird avenue.
PAWNBROKER'S RALE.?THOMAS J. McCKATII
Auctioneer, 1.33 Oliathain street, will wll this day, at
II o'cliK'k. IkH l.ot* of Men'* uiul Women'* nothing,
Dre*Hea, Shawl*. Remnants, Underclothing, lli'ihllitg, Ar.:
alxo ('out*, Pants, Teat*, Ac. By order T. F. Caaey, No. t
Thompson afreet.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?WILLIAM fl. INORAIIAM,
68 New Bowery, will *ell, till* dav, flUO lot* of Men'*
and Women's Clothing. Silk mid other Dre**oa, Beda,
Table Linen, Remnants, Sheets, Spreads, Ooats, Panto,
Vests, Roots, Shoos, Watches, Ac. Order Francis Fely, 4*
Front street, Brooklyn.
"PAWNBROKER'S SALE.?R. FIELD, SHERIFF'S AND
J. Oeneral Auctioneer, aalesroom 121 Bowery, will sell,
this day, at II o'clock, 500 lots Men's and Women's Cloth
ing, Dresses, Shawls, Remnant*. Underclothing, Redding,
ouilts, Blankets, Boots, Shoes, Ac. Also Ooats, I'ants and
\osta. By order Wilson, Oreen A Uo., 186 Bowery.
RICHARD WALTERS, AUCTIONEER.
l'rinting Presses, Type, Machinery, Ac.
Mortgage Sale. Will sell,'(hi* dav (Wednesday), at It
o'clock, at 87 Broad street, the Machinery of a Printing
Establishment?viz., one Hoe and one Gordon Printing
Press, Type, Stands, Case*, Ac. Also, Immediately after
wards, at 27 Ea*t Broadway, Counters, Tallies, Closets.
Shelving, one Iron Safe, tlla*s Case, Ac.
John t. STEWART, Attorney far Mortgage*.
Richard Walter*, auctioneer?household
Furniture?Mortgage ShIb?Will sell this day (Wed
nesday!, at II o'clock, at salesroom, 27 Fast Broadway, an
assortment of tlr*t claas Parlor and Bod room Furniture?
viz.. black walnut marble ton Bureaus, Wnshstonds, Com
modes, Centre Tallies, black walnut Bedstead*, Tables,
Chairs, Wardrobes, Bookcases, Extension Table*, oak Hull,
hair Mattresses. Brusnels and Ingrain and Stair Carpcta.
Oilcloths, Ac.
DAVID 11 CROWLEY, Attorney for Mortgagee
Richard Walters, atctionkkr?marriial'r
sale-Will sell this dav (Wednesday), at llltj, al sales
room, 27 Fast Broad way, ten hogshead* Scotch Ale, bar
rel liourlmh Whiskey, Ac. 1". MuCABE, Marshal.
s.
W. DAUCHY, AUCTIONEER,
Salesrooms 451 and 456 Canal street
By DAUCHY A JOHNSON
Sells this day, at 2 o'clock, al 4M and 4,50 Canal street, a
large assortment ol Household Furniture, trom parties
declining housekeeping, consisting of Parlor Hulls in repa
ami haircloth; Bedroom Suit*, Curtains, French Piute,
I'ier and Mantel Mirrors, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Beds, Bed
ding, Tables of all kind*. Dining Room Suits, Buffets, Ex
tension Tables, hair and other Mattresses, n large lot of
Tapestry. Brussels and Dlgmln Carpets, Oilcloths, Crock
ery and Glassware, Kitchen Utensil*, Ac.
CJ1IE RIFF'S SALE.?R. FIELD, SHERIFF'S AND
n general Auctioneer, salesroom 121 llow cry, will sell
this day, al 11 o'clock, one Ilor*e, two Wagon*, Games*
and Klnukct By order MATTHEW T. BRENNAN, Sheriff,
I. Kokhi.kr, Deputy.
Oil Fill FK'S SALE.?R. FIELD, SHERIFF'S AND
vT General Auctioneer, salearoom I'M Bowery, will ?el|
on Friday, May 10, at 11 o'cloek, al 121 Bowery, and Im
mediately after, at li)t! Fulton street, a lot ol Army
Muskets, keg* of Horse Shoe*, Grind stone*, several ton- ,?f
old Iron. Ac. By order ol MATTHEW T. BRENNAN,
Nxil Bryant, Deputy. Sheriff.
rilHOMAH GAFFNEY A CO AUCTIONEERS, OFFICE
I l>7 East Houston street.w III sell tlit*> day. nt 2 o'clock,
the Lease, Stork and Fixtures of the elegittdly titled up
1 ii|iti>r store on Ferry street, third block from the lerriea
in Hunters Point; sale positive.
fXTILLIAM KEN NELLY, SHERIFF'S AUCTIONEER,
If No. 4 Pine street, will sell al auction on
TUESDAY, May 14, to close an estate,
at 13o'clock, ut the Exchange Salesroom, ill Broadway,
Grand street, 380, between Suffolk and Norfolk streets,
tlic four story House and Ann Storehouse, 25 2x37; lot lis
feet; built h> days' work for the present owner. Mups at
Auctioneer's office, No. 4 l'lne street.
EUROPE.
IjlDINRI' KG?DK JAY'S HOTEL, 99, 100 AND 101 l'RINOB
!g street.?Till* flrst class family hotel is situated In the
best and most crntrul part of the Scottish metropolis, di
rectly opposite the Castle; an elegant coffee room oud
drawing room for fumilics and gentlemen. Moderate
charge*.
INTBBLAKEN GRAND HOTEL VICTORIA. OPPOSITE
the ZungU'AU Glacier.?Season 1872 opened April I.
This new and beautiful house contain* 240 rooms; music,
reception and billiard rooms, saloons, Ac.; English and
American newspaper*', reduced prices until July 15 and
utter September 15. ED. RUOItTI, Proprietor.
PARIS.?HOTEL MIRABEAU, NO. 8 RUE I)K LA PAIX
This niugnittecut Hotel, situated in the most fashion
utile fimtrter (Hue de la Palx), is patronised by the first
families of both hemispheres. Its comfort, clean lines*
and excellent cuisine, combined with the moat careful
attention, make it a favorite rendezvous ol American
families. Charges moderate. GA8ANOVAS, Proprietor
CLOTHING.
AT B. MINTZS NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 68 SIXTH
avenue, between Washington and Waverlcv place*.
Ladles and gentlemen will he astonished at ihc great
prices B. Mmtz pay* in cash for Cast off Clothing, Car
pet*. Jewelry, $iu to $60 lor silk Dresses; Coat*, $.5 to 415;
Pnuts, $2 Pi $6. I'leaso cull or address as above. Ladies
waited on by Mrs. Minlz.
A I ?AT EDWARD MILLER'S WELL KNOWN KS
J\ 1 . tiibhshmrnl. M0 Seventh avenue, near Nlnctcciltk
street, the utmost value paid ill cash for ladies' and gen
tlemen's Cast-off Clothing, Carpels, Jewelry, by calling ou
or addressing. Ladies promptly attended to by Mrs,
Miller.
AT 237 THIRD AVENGE, NEAR TWENTY THIRD
J1 stre. t, M. LEON pay* the hlgiiest cash price lor
lailie.*' and gentlemen's Last-oil Clothing, Carpels, Ac.
Ladles waited on by Mrs. Leon.
AT F HART'S, 45U SEVENTH AVENUE, BETWEEN
Thirty fourth and Thirty tilth streets, the highest
cash price* paid for ladies' and gentlemen's Cast-off
Clothing, Carpet*, 4r., by railing or addressing. Ladies
waited on by Mrs. Mart.
AT S. MIHII'S, 1)7 THIRD AVENUE, LADIES AND
gentlemen can receive the highest price tor Cusi-olT
Clothing anil Carpets by culling or addressing. Ladies at
tended by Mrs. MLsh.
AT THE RENOWNED ESTABLISHMENT, 246 SKV
entli avenue.?We guarantee, ladies ami gentlemen,
to pay you most positively 50 per cent more than else
where for fueh articles as Clothing, Garnets, Furniture,
Ac., us we have to fulfil I our contract* tur the Western anil
Southern market*. laid In* ami gentlemen ran content
themselves by railing on or addressing Mr. or Mrs. ROSEN
BERG, the number a* above.
AT THE NEW STORE, XH4 SIXTH AVENUE, NEAR
Fourth street? Will pay 50 per cent more than any
other dealei lor Cast-off Clothing, Gurnet*, Ac, by railing
on or addressing Mr. or Mrs. NA'l tlAN Orders promptly
attended to.
AT THE UPTOWN ESTABLISHMENT, 816 SIXTll
JY avenue, near Forty-sixth street?Having iu.*t re
ceived a large order from Omaha tor east off Clothing anil
Carpet*, will posiiively nav lor I'ants from $1 to $5;
Coats, $5 to 420; Dresses, $1(1 to $51). Try and satisfy your
self by calling on or addressing Mr. or Mrs. FLATTO.
Ar 71 SIXTH AVENUE, BETWEEN WASHINGTON
and Wuverley places ?Ladies and gentlemen will be
astonished at the price* K. HARRIS pays lor their Gast-off
Clothing, Carpet*. Furniture and Jewelry. Never before
have we paid Mich high price* as we pay at present, us we
are bound to till a large order and goods must be had.
Please call on or address K. HARRIS, 71 Sixth avenue.
Lmlies attended to by Mrs. Harris.
AT 81 SIXTH AVENUE.?ASTONISHING PRICES CAN
J\ be obtained for Cast-off Clothing, ('arjiets, Jewelrz,
Luce*, Ai We guarantee to pay 50 per cent more than
uiiv other dealer, a* we inu?t nave these articles to fulfil
our contracts for the Western markets Ladles and gen
tlemen can satisfy themselves hv calling on or addres*}
lug Mr or Mr* II. HARRIS. 81 Sixth avenue, third store
above Wuverley place Please remember, 81.
A I -AT M. MARKS', Ki SIXTH AVENUE, OPPOSITE
JY 1. Eighth sireet, and at our branch, 101 Sixth avenue,
ladies mill gentlemen will In- astonished at the prices M.
MARKS pay* for east off Clothing, Carpets, Jewelry, Ac.
The follow ing prices will be paid For silk Dresses, $5 to
$60; Coats, $2 to $20; Pauls. $2 to $7. Please call on or
address the number us above. Ladte* waited on by Mr*.
Murk*.
True, you will bo dealt with to your aatisfaction and
benefit
(OAL AMU WOOD,
(??*? EA -? "KE OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY
?P?J Ov? at $2 54) per chaldron, delivered :a liberal
reduction on orders for shipment. Address COKE, office
New York Ga? Works. Twenty-first street and avenue A.
AS1TKDLOGY.
Madame bona, great natural clairvoyant.
reveal* your whole life, from the cradle h> the grave"
472 t anal street, near Hudson. Fee $1.
TJKOKKSSOR LISTER, ASTROLOGER, FROM Bus
J ton, can tie consulted at 74 Lexington avenue, near
Twenty sixth street
_ MKD1CAL.
Attention'-twenty years' PRUSSIAN noorf
tal experience; special diseases successfully ami per
manently cured without mercury.
I)R FRANKLIN, 161 Blre. ker Greet.
A-mmk. grindle, female physician, speed
? lly cures all female complaint*. Office 12U Wast
Twenty-sixth street
A -MRS B If MAXWELL 114 EAST TENTH
? street, female physician; advice gratis.
All special diseases, nervous debility
and lost nianhot*! permanently cured by the cele
brated surgeon, Dr. SELDEN, 67 Amity street,
DR II D GRINDLE. PROFESSOR OF MIDWIFERY,
speedii v cures all female complaints, whatever th?
cau.se. 120 West 26th st. _
DR A MMK. WEST-PHYSICIANS FOR LADIES,
142 West Twenty-tlflh street. Patients can hava
Board until cured. _
T\R. KINO CURES ALL DBUOATI DISEASES AND
If derangements; on.- visit sufficient; consultation
strictly private. 14 Amity street, near Broadway.
MRS. WORCESTER, PHYSICIAN. 14$ CHARLES
street, between Washington and West.?Ladles' con
sult her on all ailuieut* Board, nursing. lutanta
adopted, Ac., Ac.
Madame hklden, ladies* physician?confi.
dcntlal and skilful treatment; advice tree. Call al
or address 67 Amity street, near Filth avenue.
MME. VAN HUSKIRK, PHYSICIAN AND MIDWIFKk?
25year*' successful practice; private lying la; con
sullatlon tree 154 East Twenty elghUi streel
I>HYHICIAN FOR LADIES AND FRIEND OF THK
unfortunate -Dr. BOTT, MCUutoa place, coiner ?i
acduuaal iimi RaUoIaurn.

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