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nTjfWO VERY HANDSOME BOOMS, WITH BOAltD,
I In a reflned Soathern family, ittl Eleventh afreet,
Between University place and Pitlh aveiiue; udinirnbly
stilted for TTNintr mer desirous ol rooming taturttoer.
1 SKCOND FLOOR-THREE ROOMS; PRIVATE
I I nth: closeo, *<*., with private table only Apply nt
Kasi rutiibctli ?u tft, bctwecu ilromlwuj uud !? our lb
avenue,
1 BLOCK FROM MADISON SQUABWL?k BPLtX'DID
I front and hack Suit of Boom*, with flrrt class Bonrd;
also larrfe M|u.iiu Room; relercnue. lis) East Tweuty
thlrd street.
I KLKflAN'TLT FINISHED SECOND FL'tnit;
slngl" Koruns Jl par day or $.1 per Week; fatally
Koi-ui!-. ii-oiii ?? lu #15 Per week; Board if desired. 7W
Broadway. Auatut House.
1 LARGE RoiiM. WITH BOARD, ON SECOND
1 n?or; hot ami cold water, gas and lire; also oM ?u
third flour; $S to $7 |ht wccli. WChristopher street.
1ROOM ON Fdl RTIi FI.OOR, SUITABLE FO?t HIN
gle III Utleuel, with Board, ui No. 7 Wert Twentjr
ninth street,
1LAKUK FRONT ROOM AM) ONE HACK, SECOND
store. iMJtli splendidly furnished; bath, Ac., on floor;
choice table; small adult family to fek>r t i arti?*s appre
ciating neatness and cleanliness; lernia reasonable tor
ihe W inter. 223 Wert Twelfth .street.
&ej To *t> m WKHK.?FURNISHED BOOMS, WITH
?r^i, or wlthout-Board, and light honsekccplwr; Ameri
can family. ?9 Hudson street, corner of Harrison.
0 LIVINGSTON Pi.ACE, EAST OF STUVVESANT
?> antiane.?Elegant Apartments, en unite or single, wllh
Hoard; pi hate ttiiilo il de*lred; I've ueli cooking; refer
(MM.
Q CONNECTING BOQM8 TO LET?WITH BO Art D,
u together or separate: Mutiny espo-ttre; steam heat;
convenient to ears; reference* exchanged. ^75 West
Eleventh street.
OD STORY FRONT ROOM?ALSO TiAR IK AND
?*> mull Rooms on fourth Ho >r. to rent, with Board;
relerein e> exchanged. 101 East Twenty-third street.
A EAST TWENTIETH STREET.?A PARLOR AND
r Bedroom on third floor; also Room* for single gcntlu
tnen. to let, with Board; reitrenceagiven ntul loaulreil.
4 DOORS PROM MADISON AVENUE, Sfi EAST
Tt \ ? 'ocond street.?Larue, sonny Room, am f-econd
floor . it-1. vith Board; house and table first elas.s.
-Til tVBM'R, 5*7.?SECOND FLOOR ENTIRE, OR
') Suits of Iluouis on the second und third floors; uaex
eeptlonnhlc table; house llr>t class; relcrcnces ex
Uau^eil Call Thursday and Friday.
"fill AVENUE.?AN ENTIRE E LEO ANT PARLOR
?.) Floor, will in I'oiuinod.iie a large family, can be hud.
with private table, lu the pleasantly located double
house 1;") Fifth avenue.
- WI ST FOURTEENTH STREET.?A LAROE ROOM,
?J with el" eu, for two person ; also a Bedroom; every
comfort. private house, good table. French cooking; oeri
tral location; reft rentesexchanged.
~ WEST WASHINGTON PLACE, TWO DOOM 1 ROM
? ? Maodou'.'rtl street.?Handsomely furnished Iront
Ro??n en?eooud floor; other Rooms, together or s paratc,
witii Board ; comfortable home tor the winter.
(i?/? TO ?10 PER \\ liEK FOB .SISOLE ROOMS, AT 172
vU iiP eeker street; Rooms tor families or two geatla
uien ; pood table; location central.
<l-f\ TO $1(1 I'ER WEEK, $1 SO FER DAY ?
<4 ') l'Ua-:int Rooms, with evcaUeiU Board, lor fuuiUlea
tind single, people, utlio Blaeckcr street, six blocks west
m Broadway.
(|?f> TO $10 PER WEEK.?PLEASANT VCRNIS11VD
v"' iinoiits, with excellent VotrA, to families or single
tt> nUuniuii. Apply at L.iU liieecIwur HtSMt, six block, west
of llroadv. ay.
7 WEST THIRIY-SECOND STREET.?FTNE SUITS
of Rooms*, for families or u< title men, with or without
pri\ale tubk.
&f] TO $12 TER WEE*.?NEWLY FTRWTSHBD
V 1 Bihiius, wi<li first class Hoard, to tatuillesor slugla
gentlemen. Apply at I3t? .Maedousul >Uei t, ono block
troiu Wash iuijl on square.
9 EAST NINTH STREET, BETWEEN LMVERSITY
place and Kinh avonur.?Single and double Rooum
tor lumilien and siugU* gentleuieii; also table boarder-, ac
commodated.
OKAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET AN ENT11U-:
Klmir to let. with or without private table; also
smaller Rooms; references,
1 OTH STREET. WEST. ISA? EXCBLUBlfT, CENTRAL
lu lacatioa, handsomely ftiruiHlieil Rooms, en suite or
aimrlv, with Board; terms moderate; good table; grate
tires; fow hoarders-only. Reference required.
1QTH STREET. 2Si EAST.?EXTRA LARGE HALL
l?> Kooms, wiili closets, and Imnd-onie back i'uilor,
with superior Hoard; house well turalsbed; location ex
cellent. tour mluntes from Broadway; refereneea.
"1 I Til STREET, CORNER SECOND AVENUE. :?H)
I'r and SIB.?Desirable Suit of Rooms on second floor
lor tnttr adults; ulro single Rooms lor gentlemen, with
Board.
14TB STREET. :?5 WEST.?I AKOE AND SMALL
_"r snnnv Iront Rooms, with snp<Tior Board, $7 to $l*i:
tlrst clas-11'<>\ n stone house, we!! heated; references ex
i hainfed; excellent location.
If litvisr; PLACE.?TO LET, WITII ?>R WITHOUT
'T Board, n laru>', handsomely furni-hed Extension
Room orl'arior Floor. Reiercnces.
II TH STREET, 81A?PUBNI81TED BOOMS TO LET,
I willi Hoard, to a gentleman and wife and two or
tlin-e gentlemen.
3 *tth street, west :m7.?nandsomkly pur.
.?* nished Room to let. with uimkI Board, to g? nllcman
nn<l wile or to single gentleinen ; terms moderate; reler
eltce,
1f7 WEST FORT V-SIJCON O STREET.?A LARGE,
I handsornelv nimisiied third story Room, with ilrst
cias^ Board; al-o a large fourth story Boom; ri levcuccs
exchanged.
lft WEST TWKNTY-FIR8T STREET.?WITH BOAIU),
l'T large Room, third tioor, front.
If) WEST TWENTT-POCRTH STREET, Ori'OSITE
.!?" Fifth Avenne Hotel.?An elegant Suit ol Rooms to
let, wnli or without Board, to a party ot gentlemen; nl-o
-ingle Rooms.
OA WEST SETBNTBRNTH STREET. BETWEEN
Firth and Sixth avenues.?Desirable Rooms on
second and third floors, with Hoard; sinyle Roouuior
Bcntlcmeu; table hoarders taken. Refer' ncc?.
Oft WEST THIRTY SElH ND STREET, NEAR FIFTH
" avcuuie.?Well turnished Rooms, en .ulte, on sec
ond and ihird floors; hoit-e and location Mr^t class; pri
?? ate table If desired; references exi hanged.
t>0 CLINTON PLACE.?LABOE, ELEGANTLY I I R
Cj* t lilsheil Rooms, with Hill Board, from $h tunvards;
also Rooms, without Board; rare opportunity, first class
reterentes required.
2?>D STREET.?A SHA< fill S KI.OoR, WITH PRIVATE
? > talile. Ifdertr'd; also, :? Suit of iiandsunelv tnr
nislied Reotnsjirst class hoii>e. Applv at Everett'Libra
rv. .WHIith avenue.
OQ KAXT forty sixth street.? an entire
???' HuH, with ir without private table, nnd one ,
clnifle Room, In t'ie HcmiiiUy mruislieU new brown stone j
hoiice, corner ?i MaJiaon a\. une.
OQ WEST NINTH STREET-HANDSOMKEY 'If.
'' nlshed H> oiu V> rent, Willi Hoard; kiiltnble lor mm- I
tlen.an uuu wile; uUu a Mill ltouiu. UcK-reucc* ?x
enanRed.
QQ WEST TW F.NTV-KIR.sT STREET.? A HANDSOME
?i' Suti of Rooms on lliiril Ho. r, lioiit, Willi Hoard.
Reference required.
OQ CLINTON PLACE. NEAR BROADWAY.?A
Iuitid:.?uie1v fnrui?lir I trout mid l ark l arlor; al-n
simile Ro.iut?, wltli or wlUiuut Board; table boarder*
taken; terms moderate.
?>?) WEST THIRTY- riHRU STREET.?I. A ROE THIRD
Off floor Room, with Plvtsiploti ?w r! it desired, t< >r ti
tli'inan and wife or two Kenttomon ; also upper side
Room*, with Board: reerenees required.
? >?> IR v EN i; PLAC&vCORNER8UTKKKT1I ST >? I t,
00 ilirri'll) opposite Went minster llot?l. ?A lew nicely
AirnMad Rooms, wilii or without ttoatd; reference ex- ,
changed. T
Q f WEST FIFTEENTH STREET.?A l-'INF. SI IT (?K
Ot liirnislud Uouiuh, on I'arlor ll nor, to lit, with
Hoard, to a lUitiUy Of a pariy ot Kcntteim-n.
?? I WKST THIRTY-SECOND M'KliKT, BETWEEN
01 Broadway and KilUi uveiiue.?Uootu, sniiiU.lt ivr j
a iriitie ftcnUeataii, to 1< t, with B< ard.
OQ EAST NINETEENTH S I KELT.?PARTIES WI-II
?>< > tnu decani 1* itirnlshed Second Floor or back I'ar
lor, n Ith llrr-t tla.-o 'Board, can tall as abo\c. Helen, mea ,
exchanged.
A ?> E AST TWKNTV.FIRST STR EKT. ?FOlTHTH cToltY
T-. fiont Km tin to let, \. ith Ri>urd. to t in or two per
??ot?-; al ?i table Board to tw< xeiith men; reference*.
A | CLINTON PUCE.?LAKfiB AND HMALL
I t Rooms handsomely inrnislKd, on flr?t, soiond and
third floor.*, tonethe. or*', imrato ; sullaljli'lor fatnllU* or
m ntli'iiK ii: w illi or ? : hoiit l:< aril; terms reasonable. I
A - I.i:\I.Ni.TON AVEM'E. TIITRO DOORAHOYE '
r?) Twintv '.mirth street.?Front Room" on woon I .nid
tliiril tloo ", liainlMini. lv fiu tii?Ji?il, ?illi tir."t < lu"i t.iblo,
tor icnt'.eiin n or KcnlU'inan nndwlte; terms reasonable.
r/| WEST TWENTY EI.tHTH STREET,?TO I.ET. A
still of handsomely fiirniiiliol Rooms on ^roud
floor. front, wiili privaU katli, with orwlttiout Board;
ri'leroni'es esohanned.
ri I WEST TWENTY sixTfl STREET. NEAR KROAD
Uv way.?Newly and elr?mil'y lurnished Ko?>in? uri
roeond aint tliinl floor", with Board. Ren-rene<s ui. |
elt?n*il.
r 1 NINTH .-IKI.I.I, Hl.CV. I.EN RIIO.UIWAY AND
? ) I I'nlveraitv |?la T? <> tront Room", with southerly
?xpoattre, for iatnilies or u> nU. in n, with Board; kco.1
H6l and utt' nilatwe: rOtffnct.
r?) WEST TWELFTH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH
* )? I aivlSlalh avrntie*-?Me'/ tntlv fnrn ?t<eit Room* |
sinele .inil on ?iOtc. tor farnllios or single gentleman;
Board llr.f rlnss- r?-l<'r..|o .- r. .| mr. I
r.O EEMNOTON AVENFE, t'ORNKR OF TWENTY- |
titth street?Hatwbonte rewly fnrnl'lted thlnl itory ,
trout I'lxiin, with Board, in u | rlvato tamiiv; l?lt relici's
excliaum d.
CO VYl'.sr NINETEENTH STREET.?A GENTLEMAN '
'JO tan haw, ivitli Hoard, in a ; rlvato lainily, a |
dtiiall or medhiii) Mlft d Hoom, w itlt Are, sa.-, Ac. Kt ttr
ctice.
/?(t fl- V STREET.?'Ml III' WITH BOARD,
I'arlor and B.dro. i;'. third floor, lrmit, suitable tor ;
Itentle nnn atwl w?f?-or party o> crrittonten ?. nuwlent Bit j
proreinent". conveiitcnt to blrei-ker and lltalaoti stroet
?cars.
^ fare m ? si e aoMwtoin tiMnun
lOO ? >.ST THIRTY.!-E( OND STREET. NEAR
Xv/?7 Broadw.iv. - A prutty Sul* ot Kootm adjoluInK, '
?ii mite or si? i; 1. with hoard: nHo n hniiilsoino I'Hrlor '
with itupioM iu uts, latuily ..ritali; and ti. utu 1; ri ler
ence.
IHd I'-AST NINETEENTH STREET-FLOORS TO
JllO let, handsotttfly Inrnislod, with or without i
Board: private tabh and ntu-n.lnn. ? it rei|tiired H^ier
WM.
If/; WEST FOIUTEENT II STHF.ET. NEW HHUIH I
IfT) ton ,S. L?Board lor th? Winter ran lie obtained
toy applyIiik at the corner ot Rlrhniond ti rrarc and La- '
iBjctk aveuue. oi as aOovc. Htius uiodirate. I
RUAKOBKR WANTtDi
iin V \HT SEVENTEENTH KTBBET^THREH
II'' square Rooms, nliiuly or en suite, hIhh (iiic hull
Room. v lib Hoard; house new ly and elegantly furnished
nn<l kU~iuU? tlr.i claaM; UtcuUuu bolwetu Union square !
nnd lrvins place.
I .).) WISI" TWELFTH STREET.?\ I. VBt.E ROOM
1 _and two sliinle Rooms to let, \>itli Board; terui*
reasonable ; table boarders taken.
it)(j cmkystik msn.^Awm akd kmall
I Ji' Rooms to let. Mil talkie for gentleman and wile or
?lngli gentlemen, with Board.
TO! WEST TWKNTY-NISTn STREET.? A SICKLY
I??l furnished Suit of Rooms, with Bourd, to a uice,
QUlet lad} , Mil moderate.
mBAST 1 IKTY SIXTH RIBBT, OOltVB* LBT
Imfion avenue.?Furnished Room*, with or with
out Hoard ; gu end bath ?. Patter Kloor to let.
IQi nB FOURTH STREET, NEAR MAC.
'?T ?l<. 11 ral.?Desirable fttrnislied Hooms to let, with
flrst class B^nrd.
TOO BLEECKER STREET.?riRRT CLASS hoako
lt)l) and Ituonu for geuflcuivu or gentlemen and
wives.
1 Q/> EAST TWRTr-FntrtT STREKT.?A PRIVATE
XOlJ family ni?U to let, with first class Board, their
third storv trout Itoom and second story hack Room to
gentlemen and their wires or to wn(? ({entiemcn. at
moderate pricv, ho'i* nnd rooms have all convenience*.
l/IO bast nrnntn street, between ir
ITi iin<r idneo and Third avenue.?A lady will let a
neatlv furnMtcd Room to gentleman And tvlte; Board lor
lady 11 desired. Terms moderate.
Irri EAST THIRTY-FOURTH STREET, NEAR LEX
?* I Innlnn avenue.?l-ursfo furnished Rooms and hall
Rooms front, sunny exposttru, with Hoard; first clns.s
hon-e ami iiighborhooU; term* moderate. itcivruuces
oKehartjetl. ' ;
1 -"^Ci WEST TENTH STREET.?FURNISHED BO0M9,
1' /O w ith Hoard. Rctcrcnce*.
IrtO WEST TWELFTH STRRHT.-PI-EA8ANTItOO.MK
?Ji7 to rent, with first elas< Hoard, to gentlemen.
I f>A WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET.?Ft'RNisnMI)
1 Utc Rooms with Board, to lot, in a private family.
900 WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET,?A PRIVATE
family have two Rooms on fhlrd floor to rent to
gentleman and wile or .single gentlemen. with Boa id.
QQA WEST TENTH STREET.?A SMALL FAMILY
Jj.Ht Will let one or two picnt-ant Rooms, containing
closets, gas und water, with Hoard, on moderate fi rms.
QQQ EAST THIRTY-EIOHTH STREET, SEAR SEC
^OO oml avenue.?A tileo, largo, sunny back Parlor
to let, furnished, or with Board and fire, $11 per w eek.
OXQ WEST TWENTY-FIRST STREET.?TO LET,
Jo with good Board, a large sunny Room, with am
ple cloaeu, on second floor, to gentlemen or g< ntliuiun
and wile; very moderate prices.
()PQ WEST FIFTVFurRT1I STREET.?A PRIVATE
_OO family lias handsoire noom*, fronl and Iw.ck, to
let, with or wfthont Board, to parties wishing a pleasant
home. Location good. Term* moderate.
?>'>1 WE^T THIRTY SECOND STREET.?A NEWLY
OOi and handsomely furuiahed Room, with southern
exposure, in u genteel neighbor hood, Vo let, with Hoard;
also a pleasant unfurnished Room.
mWEST FORTY-THIRD STREET.?IIANDSOMELY
furnWhed Rooms to lot, with Hoard; faintly prl
, vafe and bouse brown stone; u run reasonable to parlies
I of undoubted respectability.
4 GENTEEL LADY OF QUIET HABITS C\N HAVE
. V a trout I'ailor, tui ulshcd. witli or without Board, ill
? small family, centrally located on west side. Address
Mrs. A. B. I'., Herald office.
* PLEASANT, NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM TO
j\_ jet, with Board; desirable location. -13 West Fif
teenth atreet, near Soveotb ureuue.
\ VERY PLEASANT AND NICELY FURNISHED
I\ Room, on Iwilhroom floor, to let. with Bourd for lady
oulv; family private. .AiiJrc^s M. E. U.. box 135 Herald
j C'piown Hr.mrh ofWce.
A UENTLBBIAN A.NC WIFE, WITH NO CHIT,JIBEN,
; J\ Imviiu their own house (brov, n n'oite). In flrnt nlass
location^ will take a gentleman and wile to Board; no
other I Kin filers: use of billiard table iu boH?e if required;
reference rettulred. Address T. A., Utrald uptowu
| 1'rjueh office.
A PRIVATE FAMILY HAS TWO OR THREE
| A nicely furnished Rooms for gentlemen and their
wives or single gentlemen: first cla.sg fable; location,
' Thirty-first stre-t, near Madison avenue. Roftrenees
I e\cham<ed. Address PRIVATE, Herald I'ptown branch
oiBee.
A PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE HANDSOMELY FUR.
nlshed Rooms on second floor, which they otter,
with Board, en suite or singly ?, ulso Itai k Parlor and
; Rooms ou lourth floor. Apply at 12ti West Fortjr-setoud
street.
! /GENTLEMAN AND WIFE OR TWO GENTLEMEN
i \T can sei-ure handsomely mm I shed second iimir 1
1 Room in a small refined family of ndnlfs-. excellent table; I
I Ko<id location; termsAddress PARTICULAR, Ui-rftid i
| uptown Branch office. ?
MME. IHTi, MIDWIFE, PIS THIRD AVENUE, EN
trimoeon Fifty-tlfih sheet.?Ladies boarded before
I and diirinn c< nftneraent.
OATMAN HOUSE, SI BOWERY, CORNER BAYARD
s;re>*t.?Rooms in suits ?.r sinKly, with nr without
Hoard ; mi'UiH ,'kk;., 73c., $1 per night. itedutloii wade
lor permanency.
Two spacious rooms on Tins mound floor
to let, together or separate. \vitl? first clam Board,
and every convenience; small lauiily. 2U7 West Forty
sixth street.
TOO OR THREK OEKTLEMEN OR A MARRIED
I couple can have pleasant, eomntunieating second
[ storv Rooms, >vlth Board, in a private family. .il'J Wr -t
Eixfitecnth meet.
?fVrFST THIRTY-FIRST STREET, NO. M.?ELEGANT
Vt and freshly itiinbhed Suit m Rooms on | nrlor lleof,
including ext?nsio%bed uuJ oath rooms; with or without
private table.
BO.Vlti) ABO LODGIX6 IVAXTHD.
1 GERMAN LADY" HIGHLY RECOMMENDED,
Jx. wWie * Board in a family for lesson* In mu^lc, Gor
Tnatior French; rttcreuccii glvejL Addrc*. & G., IKra:d i
oftlcc.
A PHYSICIAN DESIRES AN OFFICE, WITH '
Board, lot a ted above i orty-?ecoud strut. Addn..;s 1
DOCTOR, Hit aid office.
A GENTLEMAN, WTFB AM) CHILD tlSH BOARD I
'\ In a private family: lorillon between Fnarlh and !
Si\!l. avenues, Fourteenth and Thirty-fourth streets,
terms must be moderate, Parlor and Bedroom required.
Address C. M. A.. Ilnratd office. ,
TT >RENr IIVjkrVan LADY, EDUCATED IN PARIS
JY And Germany, thorough liuvuivt, musician, Ac., en
gaged during the foreuoon. dettirrs Hoard in <t private
? ainilv In return lor instruction; afternoon or evening
hours; highest references. Address E. L., care oi' Mr
Chris'ern 77 I iiiver.-ll.v place.
* ?HOARD AND TtiRER OR FOl'R ROOMS HE
i\ . quired tor a family: German or French table pre
ferred. Address stating pat tiaului x, A. C. li., Herald Up
town Branch office.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WISH A RUNNY, COSTLY
J\ furn'shed Uoom. with bimhI liouid for lad* only.
AddressU. M., box 17* Meialn office.
\ FRENCH LADY, OF experience, WOULD
Uke tonive two hoursot French daily, in a priva'.e ,
' family, in exchange for ^comfortable in.tut. H-West
j Fifteenth street, ?eeond Hour.
Board wanted?for lady and two children
acc I * an 1 I.'; local inn between Fourteenth and Fit'
| fleth streets, Second ami Sixth avenue*; terms about $ia
|.< r week. Addivm M. I? Herald office.
Board wanted?w a pwyate family, be
tween Tentli and Twenty-fifth street*, hv a voting
lady. References required and given- Address JOHN A.
TAVLOR, No. h Wall Street
nOMR.?W WTED, BY AN ENGI.IkH LADY. A j
comfortable. home; in return she would give In- i
>tructioii in Mu-ie, vi. il nnd n-iriiim ntal, and I rencli; '
r.' e enc >scm limited. LARGO, care ot Novello A Co.,
781 Broadway.
i wTsii TO RENT A SECOND FLOOK WITH BOARD,
I Ois' I unexpectedly shall vacate hi a tc\. days;
ta.nily small. MW We-t I'orty-tliird irvet.
PARTTAI, kOARD WANTED?BY \ TF.Ai tli'R OF
mu?ie, in par' payuiunt tor tuition and n - ? t Imtrn
t ient. Aadrevi INSTRKTIuS, at i>. I. Oordo. 'a, EM
Broadway.
117ANTED?SMALL F1RNISIIID ROOM, Mini !
?? Bund, for a yotiti^ lad.v. In I he I inn or Eighth
ward, w ith a lone won:an or lin illy who have no oilier
boarucr'*. Address KING, HeraM office.
'X\[ ANTED?BOA'lfD FOR (il.N TI.K.M A wTfe" AND
tT lour Childreu (oUleal child 12 year ', yeutmest7.;
two Inrxe Rooms counectinu will he rct|tiirrd: lo< ati u
Let ween Tenth and Twentieth streets and I itili and
Eighth avenues; refe rences given and required. Address,
giyUix price, K. D. H., Herald office.
1 Y'Af. TED?BY \ WIDOWER IN MIDDIJB MFF*
t? honrdlng with a widow lodv wher" there are no
ntlier boarders. Address IfiLMhill, Herald office.
IITANTED?BOARD FOR GENTLEMAN, W IFF, TWO
o children and nnr-v two connecting rooms on sec
cud or third Ouor; turins abfitit $50 jcr week. Addrc-s I
C. <! , fxjx 117 Post Office.
\tf AMMI-KIIAKD, WlTH A \VAII\f liiHiV. K\.
?? PukmI to the Mm, lor mi Invalid Kcntlcinan, hetwei it
Fonrteenth and Thlrty-teurth streets atoi Secotnl nml
sixth avenue". Address, with references. location and
terms, (J. ii. It., llt-raM Uptown Branch olltco.
HKOOKI.YY l?Hltl>.
II'ANTED-IN BROOKIA M, BY A GENTLEMAN,'A
T? Rim.m with Br?4kl.i??, in a convenient localHv.
Aildre?> (>. S., box 4.1'i.t I'usl oAlee.
MOTFitrfi,
Dl RAND'S PARK llofEl. (El'ROFI.AN PLAN), COR.
Iter tlcekniaii and Niisi-au streets, near New Po.-t
office; tamily and traiiMent Roouis at reasonable | . i#u-.
N'liW ENGLAND HOTEL, :*) BOWERY, CORNER OF
liavaid street.?AW HkIu 1'ooius neatly Htrutshed,
5ttc. 1o UX-. per lit,lit, $-j to v' per week; kn gcuUeiueu
only.
pOBIKSON HOt RE AND FA Mil. Y RESTAI RANT,
J\ sixti csn.h strci t, between Broadway nn ! Filth ,,vc
nue.?New and hand *nnel.r IMrnlshed Rubins, $i per day
and upward; liberal ariao^eaietiti wltli p, riaancnt par
ties.
COl.VTltV ROMID.
Mountain hoitsk, sot'Tii oeanoe, montrose,
station. V J., one hoar tri.ni Barclay stre * is
Morris and Essex Kallroad.?Favorable nrranremenfi
ean lie made lor fall and Winter Board, at low |.rie. ?, at !
this first class hotel, with all modern conventencea, in
eluding coal, gas, hot and cold water, steam heati rs, eou
reyaace to and troni depot: tl trains i.'a.l.v.
(I HlTZKLBKKOtK, Proprietor.
ItKLIGIors ITOTICKS.
UEV. GEORGE H. HEFWORTH WILL BE INSTALLED |
I's ?tor of the church of the Disciples tills eveuing, i
at the nrl' k church, corner ot Thirty-seventh street and
Filth avenue at 7)? o'clock. Rev. Dr. I< S. Sturrs, '
Jr., of Brooklyn, will preaeli the Sermon; Rev Dr Biul
inuton, the Prayer ot InatallatlrtM; Rev Dr. Taylor, the ;
Itiglit Hand of Fellowships Her. Stephen H. Tviw_.lr., '
the Address t? tli?? Pastor; Kev. iKlii'V Ward Becitier, |
I tu? A.|di?s? to the soe.ei).
kuh ;
1 mST CLASS RFSTAVRANT FOB "sALE?FINB
1V locution iiinl dului: a splendid business; satisfactory
reason* for ? . liing. Will be seen by call lug on N. 0.
BISHOP, 243 Hreudway.
V FIRST CLASH CORNhiK LlQI'OR STORK, WITH
Fixture*. suitable tw niiv btuinci*. A^ply to
mfMf, WMI el Henry and Montgomery itw*<>.
\$?S W1LLOOX * OIBUrf SEWINii MACHINK,
qutto new, |.jr sale; ]irie<\ ?40 cash. Apply ut room
17, 7Bv Broadway.
* COOD PAYINO, OLD ESTABLISHED WINK AMD
jV. Lunch Room lor sale cheap; beat location down
ton it; well asiortod stock; tau?t toll; owner leaving city.
17-1 Broadway, basement.
A?FOR HALE, A HOOD PAYINO I.IQI'OR STORK
? and Restaurant, with 12 room* up Hair*; will be
sold cheap: lease 5 year* to rnn, beside mi important
terry and four Hiuot of car*. Apply Co WILLIAM
\BrioTT. No. OJ'ity Hall place.
AOBOOBBT and tea stork, rtmk and fix
lures; f 1,000; easy terms; splendid busltic?s ehanoe;
a large family and ship trade can be done. Apply at I#
Peck slip.
A WELL-KNOWN. LARGE, OLD-ESTABLISHED COR
net* Liquor Store ; loon lion drat rate and wood bml
nesa done ; tUe rent Cor the ?U>re h nd basement only $100,
yearly. LLOYD, It Broadway.
A SPLENDID CORNER LIOl.OR HTORB FOR SALE
cheap; alw Restaurants. Orittr SiIoodi,domtowa
Sample Rooms, Ot^ur Sli.ro*, Lunch Room*, Bak?ri??,
ContecttoiwrM, Corner <)rocerie\
MITCHELL'S Store A#ency, 77 Celar street.^
A SPLENDID TUT MANl'FACTUMtffl BlSINESa
J\ for sale; also Stationery Store*, Hardware Store*,
Feed Store*, Dru? Stores, Meet Market*, Market Stands,
downtown Llaiwr stores, belt Buslncs* Loc itlon?.
MITCHELL'S :Jtore Agency, 77 Cedar street
A SPLENDID CHANCE ON VEHV EAST TERMS ?
For sale, Lease, Stock and Fixtures ol old esluhlish
Oil Oyster mid (jTi'ip It nine northwest cofucr Twenty
sixtli street and Eluhth avenue.
\ FIRST CLASS LIQUOR STOUI! TO RESOLD?
nt the corner nl Canal and Centre street*.
A *IRST RATE LtQL'OR STOKE FOR SALE?SITU
xv ated at48 Roosevelt street, corner of New Bowcryi
with n loiiu lease. Particular-given by applying to WIL
LIAM ABBOTT, No. i City Hull place. N. II.?If tiotaold
te-ila v the place ? ill lie *old to-morrow nt Miction.
DRI O HTORB.?a SMALL I I'fOWN STORE, DOING
a paying business; small amount ca.-li; balance on
earv term*. Address COrAYIA, box 111 llerhlJ Uptown
Brunch office.
IyiR SALE-THE STOCIjL AND FTXTCRES OF Tlljj
old cHtHbll-.lied house furnishing hardware (tore, 71
Sixth avenue, coi ner Waverley place.
ITUlR SALE-A FIRST CLASS LIQUOR STORE 8ITH
I ateil In it good location, neatly tltted up anil doing a
good business. Apply ut 09 Newark avenue, Jersoy City,
For sale?fancy store, on account op
death; a well established, wood paying business.
Apply at 74':. Newark avenue, .ler-ey City
lilOR SALE, VERT CHEAP, HXTl ltES OF LIQCOR
T rtoreU Went street; ftore to tot; rent *30. Apply
to Howard Brev.-erv, f>24 Went Thirty-third street, or A.
?1. ONDKHDONK, 20 Nassau street, room 44.
For, SALE?TllE LEASE AND FIXTURES OF A
LiijUor Store, established 14year*; doiu^' a first class
business; sold in consequence of the death oft tie owiiiir.
Inquire at :!2ti East Tlilrt.y-?*co?id vtreet Mrt, ltOUERS.
filOR HALE?A I.AKUE AND HANDSOME COI.LEO
1 tion "l Land and Marine Slit'JN, ut a bargain. Ad
dress c. T., l?o\ 'J-l I'.Mt ottUie.
FV)R SALE?a HARDWARE, PAINT AND OIL
RroftngrniidOenerol JobblitK Bitsineiii; doiii^t a larKe
I'unhtneU; tohl on account wf aickuewi clieap lor ua-li.
Iniiulre of H. JOHN.SOU, 128 Maiden lane.
I'OR SALE? V FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT, WITH
detached Km- and separate Rooms lor parlies, nir
ui-died in style ilirouulioiit and doing a wood bosinusa,
and more can be done by a first elasa caterer in nml out
side tlie house; last year's Tiustnen* over i'Ni.H'sJ; four
\ ears' lease vet, with privilege ol renewal For full |.ar
tieulars mliiresj L. KILLS lilt, lit .tfonia^ue fetroet,
ItrooKlyn, between 0 aud 10 A. M.
JTtOK SAI.E-A LOT OF PRYINO RACKS AND TRATS;
T a lot ot tin cai??, holdin? lrom into IOOkhIIoiis each;
a lot ol Soap Frames, Soap Presses and Moulds und other
Mac hinery and Tools uomiecled witli toilci soaps. A;.|ily
at 21 T< iilh avenue.
IpOK SALE?A CORNER LIQUOR STORE, WELL
located, In Brooklyn, and doing a xood trade; will
?;? 11 shirk, fixtures, do., or flstnres and pood will alone ;
long lease, low rent. Address box 188 Herald office.
FlOB SALK-A LIQUOR AND FRUIT STOKE IN .1ER
sey City, one block from the fcrr\. Apply to
CHARLES It. I'IS HER, 29 Montgomery street.
L'OR SAI.E-A CORNER LIQCOR STORE IN THE
F Sixteenth ward; two years Lease from next May.
Satisfactory tciuwns wiven lor ix-llina. Apply at 310 Woat
Twenty-fltth street, tor two days.
For sale?stock and fixtures of a ce.ntle
men's Furnisliimi and Fancy Store on Third avenue;
rent $33. Apply at 1.W4 Third avenue.
EtOR SALE?ON ONE OF THE BEST BUMNgSS
avenues In BreoMyn, u first class Tea an I Flue (Jro
eerv Store, itoiiia au exceHent cash trade; would not lie
aura, only tno btiftluc** is t<*> laborious for tho present
owner. For particular* apply on the premise*, 219 M\ rtle
avenue.
FHilt SALE CHEAP?A HOIST WHEEL, IN PBBFKCT
order, llo South street.
Fior sale cheap?a barbers shop, in the
tlirlTlne v illage ot Middlctowu, Orantte county; a lltst
rate place lor a youni: m.n>. Address box 164 Mi.ldletowu
(Orange county; Piwtortlce, N. Y.
OYSTER SALOON FOR SALS?WITH FIXTURES
complete, situated at 23S (irand street. Iniuire of
Ctl. S Sl IIEUBACH, 225 Grand street.
PnoTOC.RAPH OALLERY FOR SALE.?ONE OF TIIK
best: long estubliflied; splendid eltauce for u busincs*
iuaii. Address CRAYON, Herald office.
Retail paint and paper store for svle
Flrst cl?" location and good trade ; to tho right man
this ha fortune; owner hu. other Ihimucss to attend to.
Inquire nt 159 Eatrt Twenty-third street.
OAFES.?A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF SECOND HAND
k" Sail1*, of all styles and sizes, for sale, at a tiurculn.
Call und examine at AMERICAN STEAM SAFE CO.,
300 Broadway.
CAFES FOR SALE CHEAP?TWO LAROE SAFES,
three medium and two small Sales. of Ilcrrmq'*, Wil
der'*, Lillie'a ami Marvin's mulie, at S. U. i^l'lRK'S, 72
Maiden tone. _____
\rALUATlLE PATENT.-ARTICLE USED IN EVERY
lions. hold; will ell entire ii?ht cheap, or exchange
for Rcat list lie; city or country.
IIKNKY LoN<), 2iK5 Broudwnv, room II.
WILL BUY A MEAT AXI) VEOETAHI.B
?? I ' M 7 Market, u nil low rent, doing a cash busiiica*,
lit X0 First street, near Monmouth, Jersey City.
A
MAI'HINGHV.
I.AKtiK AB80RTMBNT O* STEAM ENHINKS,
Boiler*, Kteutu Pumps, Bhttltine, Pulley* and'l ank*
lor wde cheap. Apply t ?r. CASSllA, dealer in new uud
s-eoud Iiiiiiu machinery, Nut. 4 to 10 Bridge street,
Brooklyn.
THOK BAIJS?SEVEN JACKKT KETTLES", CAPACITY
P fill t<> H*> gallons each; ? lot of Hiattliw; alio lour
Soap i'rcfueit lor toilet *oap*. Apply at 21 lentil avenue.
0\ II AM*?t. f. 7. *. 10, IS, 14. KAMI IS INCH I LAIN
iind cut olT Engine*, Antes' Portable*. 3 to IV) horn?
power; circular Saw.mil*, t to 12 ineli Por:aM? llolaiers.
The I.infest Mock ill market. Kvr.v machine guaranteed.
EDWARD r. IIAMPSON, 3d Corthuidt ??., Now York.
QPEWAL NOTICE. ?NEW AND SECOND HAND
Siciun Engine* uml Holler*. warranted a* repre
sented. Send lor printed cehedule. WASHINuroW
IKON WOK KM, AO Ve*ey street, New Yori.
OAHCl'VU At'AUKMIKS.
\ ,1. SAl'SE'9 DANCINO ACADEMIES-CLASSES
J\ ? At Ma-onie 11*11, 114 mil llii K*-t Thirteenth street,
and Jtrcvoort Hall. IM mid |y> Ka*t Pitvv-tourih street.
PRIVATE LKssoN.sut any hour, iiuy or evening.
CIRCULARS at Private Academy,212 East Eleventh *t.
i ?PODWORTH'S CLASSES ROR DA NCI NO, AT Ml
a \ . Filth avenue. For day* and term* eend lor cir
cular.
i -mm:-' ICAMXT OF DARCING, 399 BLBBCEBR
\. utreet.?Soiree every Saturday, commencing at 8
P. M. For terms, Ac.. *end lor circular.
t ?CARTlEr.s danciv.j aimukmv, plimiton
.1 ? Hnildimt, inter*ection Sttiy vc-nnt mid Ninth street*?
riu, <"> Monday mid Thurnlat aiteinoon and evening.
C all or fend tor eireular.
BIT KIM'K,
frilK QUEEN'S HOTEL, -REAR THE CRYSTAL
I. Palace, I (.per Norwood, Loudon.?'To tourists and
.umllles; itsclc\uleil, pleasant ami irmit -alnliriou* posi
tion, eonihined ? Itii the comlort afforded ami lis Kuiier.il
iiMinut,eiin iit. have uiH'le the 'Queen's llotul a tavurite ro
*ori of the upper ranks ol Envulsh society.
'THE COSMOPOLITAN. AMERICAN AND ENOLMW
L DrinMiiK Bar, No. I Rue Scribe, Part*.?American*
vMtlng Pari* are informed that the CiMinopolitun la
tamed for the best American and Lu,;IUli driuk*. Pro
prietors, O. VALENTINE A CO.
A
TUB LiKCTt RB ICAHUX.
HSOCIATIOX IMI.I.
Kit EE LECTURE ON FRUNOII
PROFESSOR ETiENNE LAMBERT.
I ItlDAY, DECEMBER 6, AT 8 P. ?f.
Subject:
HOW TO ACQUIRE ff.l RNCT IN FRKNCII.
Tii i h ?? with the formation of
K1.EMHNT \ RV AND ADVAM KD
CON VERSATION AL CLABSKM.
All th??e who have hitherto despaired to learn French
:i? a spoken innKiingc are Invited to attend this ia-t Ive
tnre ot the ?erien.
LECTURE FRF.E.1
.III Ml AIi.
? ?,T JAY WATSON'S PRIVATE MUSICAL ACAl>
l\.t imy, tt chnfon place (Ki^-hth street' Privatn
lex ouk only. Piano, Organ, V lollu, Uuiidr. MmOnit, llar
ini.ny. Circular* uml' rttuiletit's.lournar' mailed free.
VPIANTST ATTLNDS TO WKDDINUX, SOCIABLES,
par tie*, Ac.: can turm-h violin uml cornn if rc
nuired Order* received a I Whi.miiIi avenue, uear Fortieth
?li ret, at "liorteht notice.
t T 14 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET.?EVERT Tl E8
IV day 4iteru?M/S.at t u'cIih k the Liillcs Ueket UvatliiiK
Vocal 1'lnM ut Ui? Orjiht'on CLoraJ society. Km In a(f
vatice $.V
\ -iiai.i.am s vtrmcAi ACAfiiar,
i\. U L nioii square.?Pliino, Violin, oruan; Stncflnif,
Harmony. In*truction. Vocal quartet, ktrinii uuaruit,
amateur orchestra lnrinlnK term- moteraitt.
A RATA PARAYA.LLI. TENOR SIMOER. PROM
Italian teach"-* Piuuo an I Hin^ini; at 117
?>*tTwentr-fevtnlli *trent, ne*r sixth avenue, tcr?i*
moderate. Home Monday and fhur<dar.
AVI I D-AN OltOAN AND PI\N<? It NRR CALL
?I HKIJE. DAN I I.I.-> ,i RAPP'd, .-M Centre ?t.
w
Am?Ewtm?. ^
WEUTK'4
Proprietor ?ml Man?f*r *r l,? ?TM W VL1.4CK
(BOSMOP* rtCCOKM
ml Mr.
BOrilERM
?? U#4 _
in xobkaby,
Clf'iW PHI MOCMM.
esi iii mastic Arri.4i.-r
?nil* Imnrnnm .tm?m1 lor p?*u Ik* >i?? 'tif
Of the Uui Bv>?, tor th- f-mrmt at ?il>
ONK M0XT1I
IX advav r
LORD DUNDREARY LORD IX'VRKKXIT
every KrKvmo
at * o? l.? k. ai>4
SATUItD\Y MATIkKE.
at k*ir pa?t I.
Due nolle* will be given ol tl..- fl: -I a??*?Mar* n* Vr
JOHN OILIlKkT, Mix t-ffif. U1.B*')V, Mr. JuM*
SBFTON.
rnilBATRE CoMlOl'B,
I su broadway.
Mr. JOSH D AHT Umic m?4
AN KN I I KK i ll ANUK Ut HIL.U
First week ol'Ike KHtlioa dimna,
Afltfrl
Or, UYUKMHOBS AND hTAM.tr.
AFRICA.
Afnii A
Tit*t wwk Of
Mr. NEIL WABMCR.
engaged M?nwl| U.Miurl lt> Ow Ar?mi
t'irml week or llii> world r*uu? u*4 uu ,<?,
U Alt Kit. \B AND 11 AM I
HARUIG AN AND B \'?t
Au entirely new Olio,
til the mammoth IrooM ap|?*aii??
Everything new. tre?ti and uparkliog
ADMl3*I<?"ilKj#r. ??J J5o.
MYTINEli WEDNESDAY AM' l-ATURI
ROAT
Acadbmy of mucIC-iuyiku m.a? b ami* ?oib
tOfllt'l "tlTAt.
NOTICE.?Craml Complimentary R- wiltta
Colonel T. AWSTON BUOB V
on TtJB&DlY AFTBRNOON. llEl'l ?HI R II _
rBNi?jsiiHi> i>v tin *tliKm?.
HI* OPERA COMPANY ami ORCHKitTMA will ?>?
In addition to KM volunteers Iwai ilill?r*?l oi?-airro.
The prtoes for the oocaaoui?A4mi?*Wa ? a|l pati- ?*
pc|H boxes |l. Oallery, li
Tickets lor wile mI lli<> w iniw* of ill*
1 11 I) A I'K 1' COM It/1 K.
at No. 9 Wont fourth street, baxe* lor -si* th*n |
lit Dilaoo'l ?MUM store, 711 Hr'-idway ,
fit HiiIIiiiiih h lielu-t ofllre, 112 Aroadwa* i
at the St. Niuliolat Il<it?-1, witli Htor. r
REMEMBER! TIKSDAY A I- r IK SOON, MO. Mt
ATIBLO'S GARDEN. (ANH
li Lessee-. and Vnoajrrm JARitirf A ruiCl
TUIl'MPUAVT RMClt
SIX MrtNTna- "I'HEP A RATION
Tin- verdict of the flr*t tilfhi <'ou1i u?*J
THE OlfANDKHT SPECTACLE KM.II WIT VP .-U.D
every mou r axi) Saturday HAniiKi
will In- presented Tor ilu- loiiriii tlio* on ant >< >??
Tllli GOROEOU* MUSICAL A.M? HA..LLI'
RPBOtACLB.
tn four acts owl oixtuf-ti IhI U uux. i-htltlrj
bKO AMI I.OTOH,
Tlio plnr li>, withniil ii. tli? ti:o?| fnw
pluto ami inoul nrttntlr iscrlMll *m pin- I uii tli*
Ainoricun ?Ugv.?E%'viiiuii K*|ire*?, Dut. X
Tlio ncenery in Hit* Hneit wo ll.ivo (Tor m-i n.?Nr w Toiit
Sunday Tliuo?, Due. I.
Ono of tlio*: really mounia> i-nt BulloU ?!iich 1-? r *o:u?
reitfon twe n.-yt r ?.-i>n ;tnywliuro vxioj.t at .Nil>hi'? oar
U?B.?H oi'lil, Dcc. I.
The aooneryisrpjiHy raaauilloent Nevrr l.< r..rr waa
xpoctiU'le <o Korei>oiixly sol. cvt-u at MbloV?.Vw
Vork Xluralil, Ote. 1.
Tlio closing wonder, Hut Iraiiiforniallon Kane, rt-vonW
marrelitof tmccewlve iforzood: no? which batik* 4cm rip
tlon.?Sunday Morcury, Dec. 1.
THE ENTHANCiNti mUsIO
DeliKbUrf Thounantl*.
THE BEArnFl'L SCENEST
Rt'.nlUliig tho Artist'* Dream.
TOE SUPERB COSTUMES,
the Theme ofConveraaliun.
flfiitt ran be m-euretl *lx day* In advanve
HPEC1AI* NOTICE.?Curtain rUeeat T\ P. M.
MATINEE?SATUROAT AT l1, O'CLOCK.
NJIIJ.O'S OARDE1T. OR WD MATINEK.
Saturday, December 7, tsvi.
FIRST MAl lN 1.1) I'KltKOhMANCE 0*'
LEO ANO LOTOS.
MAGNIFICENT SCENERY.
E.NT KANT IN U MUSK'.
SlliURB C08TCMEB,
nnrt the
GRANDEST BALLET TN TilK WORLD.
TUK I'll [i,l> AMICRICTH,
E. D. DAVliSS, the ftreut \HutrUoijulat;
M*II''FENilAt:il, the Solo Di'uuimer;
all appear.
Curtain ri^js nt hali pa-t one. ?
Reserved Orchuitra boats, ouo Dollar; Family Cirele,
Fllty Cents.
rjlONY PASTOR'S OPERA HOUSH, 201 BJWERT.
X Crowded fl'oui staue to doors to seo
D&LAUEKTY AND HENGLEU.
DEI.E1I ANTY AND 1IENGLER as the HOTTENTOTS,
DELEHANTY AND HENULI'.H'S SONUS ANO DANCES.
Ul'S WILLIAMS us DUNDERBECK IN A FIX.
TONY PASTOR, JENNIE ENGEL, ALL THE STARS.
NEXT DELEUAM Y AND HENOLER MATINEE
ON SATURDAY, AT V, O'CLOCK.
BRYANT'S OPERA BOUSE,
Twenty-third street, between Sixth and Seventh
avenue*, near Hooth'a Theatre.
MORE NOVELTIHi. IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS.
First appearance since his return from Calil'ornia ol
Mr. J. W. M'ANDREWS,
tho favorite old plantation delineator and original
WATERMELON MAN.
Firrttline ot Dan BryauiS burlenoue iccture on
STANLEY AND KaLOLA,
irtrodnelntf sta-ilev's Ciftvem ira necro bov Katula.
11A14 it Y 8 IAN WOOD'S BANJO COMICALITIES.
DANIEL IN THE BRYANT'S DEN.
THE MAGILDElt FAMILY CLODOCHE UUADKILLB.
LES BRIGANDS NOIR.
_ BRYANT'S MATIN KB EVERY SATURDAY AT t
VJ-EW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 618 BROAD
i.v way, between Houston mid B eec-kcr streets.?Every
one idiould visit this wonderful Museum. It is lull of
everything people should see and understand. Leeturc*
daily on "The Philosophy of Mnrrlaice." Those parties
unable to attend those important lectures can have them
forwarded, poet irce. on receipt of 'ii cents, by addressing
SECRETARY NEW YOU MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 618
Broadway, New York.
CANTERBURY VAUIETY TIIEATKK.
J Broadway, between Bleeoker and Houston street*.
HUGHES A OR KOOKY Managers
IMMENSE 81 OCES0. CROWDED HOUSES.
Female Minstrels, Comic Singing, Jig Dancing, Jugglery.
Thunders ot applause greet the grand ballet of
forty beaotifuii Ytromi ladies,
who appear troin tt to IS o'clock in the
CARNIVAL IN MADRID; OR, THK
ORIGINAL CAN-CAN.
INTRODUCING* OR AND MARCH OF THE AMAZONS.
Admission 25c. Reserved seats 60c.
MBBCANTILE LIBRARY LECTURES?NO. 4.
STEIN WAY HALL,
MONDAY KVKNINO, DECEMBERS,
the silver-tongued oratur,
WENDELL PHILLIPS,
subject?Daniel o'connell.
Tickets IOp.: Reserved Seats, 75c. Tickets tor Remainder
of Coulee, t 'i 50.
\ SSOCIATION HALL.
JA. FREE LBCTCRE ON FRENCH
by
PROFESSOR ETlfeNNE LAMBERT,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, AT 8 F. k.
Subject:?
HOW TO ACQUIRE FLUENCY IN FRENCH.
To close with the formation ot
EL KM KM A BY ANI) ADVANCED
CONV JOKSATIONAL CLASHES.
All those who have hitherto despaired to learn French
as a spoken language are invited to attend this last lec
ture ot the series.
LECTURE FREB.
(YARD.?PRIVATE MU8IO LESSONS, PIANO. OROAN,
J Violin. Onltar, Harp, Singing, llarmonv. (KClin'on
place (Eighth street). Established MM. Students' Journal
and circulars mailed. J. JAY WATSON, Director.
A
PIAMOFO UTHt?
T HAINES BROS.',
'il Union sqoare.
First class handsome new Plan fortes for sale
on very reasonable terms,
and several, ured a little, very low for cash.
4 VERY FINE CPRTOflT PIANO, HANDSOME
J\ rosewood ease; double iron frame; warranted;
square Pianos i?t very low prices. A. HOLLYER A Co.,
w West sixteenth street. near sixth avenue.
At SOHMER A CO.% 149 EAST FOURTEENTH
street, corner Third avenue?Several very good scc
ond hitnd Minos very low for cash or to ront; also first
Class new Pianos, the very best made, at the most rea
sonable terms, cash or Instalments.
A number of second Hand pianos, very
clir.au for cash, to rc-tit or on in<talmcnts; one 7
octave forflWt, at JOHN MAHON'8, SM and 318 East
Thirty-ninth street.
A RARE CHANCE.?FOR SALE CHEAP, A FINE
assortment ot secondhand grand square and upright
Pianos, ot Steiuwuy A Sons and otber llrst class inuk"> *;
every iintrumeut III perfect order. HTKINWAY A sons,
Htelnway Hall, 109 ami III Fast Fourteenth street, N. Y.
AM AONIFICENT PRE8ENT.-PRIVATB FA M11 ,Y
going to Europe will fell rosewood 7S, octavo car\ed
leg Pianoforte, turd 6 months, cost SOW. tor 4 00; Stool,
Cover, Ac., at private residence ISO West 23d st., near
6th av.
Anew, beautiful htyle piano; not an up
right. tint no larger: also, most beantiiul snle
Organs; very low for cash, on Instalments or to rent.
BALL it denny,
Iff East Eighth st, between Broadway ami Fourth av.
A SACRIFICE FOR CASH?OR LIBERAL PER
centage on a loan; magnificent 7 octave rosewood
overstrung Pianoforte, iron iraine, grand action, carved
legs, Ac. ; latest Improvements; muiiuiaeturer's guaran
tee. No. 7 Bleeoker street, nesr Bowery.
A MAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE FOR
sale; made order, celebrated maker, used 6 months,
cost |9oO ior?'7S; also Parlor, Chamber, Dining Furni
ture, Chiua, Glassware, Ac., a sacrifice; property tauitly
leaving city. 3? West lSih st., near illi av.
A LADY WILL SELL AN ELEGANT ROSEWOOD
Welter seven octave Pianoforte, round corners. Alii
Iroa frama; will be sold tor less than SiW. iw Third street,
near Bowory.
Beautiful rosewood piano, tioo, baroain: a
superb 7 octave, with carved legs, overstrung, every
Improvement, at sacriflce. Instalments taken; SU
monthly.
/. BIDDLE, 13 Wavarloy place, near Broadway.
finer PRIZE?(iOI.D MEDAL HAS BEEN AWARD
ed to DECKER A BARNES by the American Insti
tute fur the best Pianos. Splendid assortment;offered
very low for cash. Factory and e arerooms 127 Third av
enue, corner Fourteenth street.
PIHC11BR NiiW SCALE PIANOS?THE MOST RELIA
b!e plsnos made, with modern ImprovementsiftillJ
warranted, 425 West Twenty-eighth street, near Ntutl
avct.ue. Handsome second hand Pianos very cheap.
YjlOB SALE?SIX OCTAVE HALL'S PIANO; $1.10; IN
V bestonHr. 9li Ea*t Thirtieth street.
PIANOS MELODEONS AVI) ORG4NS OF NEW AND
most beautiful stylo* of t>est maKers, at lower prices
nMli or monthly instalments, or tor rent, at WATERS',
roadway, than > r?n hr toiind elscw here.
PIANOS, PIANOS RETAILED AT WHOLRSALR
prices during thl? month at the PIANO FACTORY;
first class, best material. Im><? work ; lowest prlees; guar
anteed tor 7 years. 78 lisrrou street, near lludsou.
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Ml.- ? NPIL-Hi.N
in lie? r?iArvto??Mi?t*r?.?#flM? tf
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hi -<ha>?| r art-'a'tinrHma *
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MR. JURKI'lt Will PI. ?- K aa ??RL.*M?o
LAfT MMIMOW WiTINf.R M*'Ti??R
and 'a?l aii|*arat??^' tal mi? <4
Win.-. N t il..-'1N An KliMAUKO,
On n ATl'UlMT a t.
NEXT WKF.K KahKWPI I rpUfiiRWl*(TI Of
M|A?i *HI??JI,
?lu n aha will ai>j>i ar lu Iw r ?irr?t t arlul
Hfi I.INK.
H?-al? m'cmimI *1* Any* In iid^atMp at Mia Tt.rafra, c* at
Dit? u .. i > - Mu?4- Mu:?. 711 Rrua.lv >>
BOOTH'HTHF.ATKK. MAIM*.
In nrtlva pri-|>aration ahl l<> tie i>r?a1 ua
MilMiAV. mh i.uhKK I*.
A fliMorlc, Picl.irial I'rn ua. lb n\r A > ami i UHl Tjk
!? HUX, Iiv J,.till til .(lihaui, ho I.. vnillU-J
f?4K I.ILY "> ri: \Mrii
ftiundcil OR thi' ?ti>rv ,'( Ji.an ?>l Are ?iMrtnlMrlRg
MISS iTKLR.V TKMI'I.R.
will! will makr liar mat a|t|? ai ai t ? in Krw T.ill
OOD I Ml SKI M TlhiarMHI
RBNRWKD WTCCKS* <iP TIIM
urra' lir.iiu.i uf t"1* H\M?
r * 1 ? TIIU l \ I i
w
TO- DAV AT *.
Rn rutlrvlf Saw
ilurlr?|ii? an I
l'ani"iniiw.
antiilnl
TilK IIOLDKW
BITTKRH.T.
with all (ha
BEALTIPUL MlfONDRS.
Tllli? I.VKW1NU AT a
tha Hfril Arlnr, Mr
JUMKMV TIMiMPSoW.
In ld? r?tiwwiMil
R?-ii*jii?a Urania uf
II* HAM?,
wnk all It*
ORIill.XAl. k?PK<TS
TERRACE HARDEN TnitTKr
Ptny-eighth > rwt, In iwh n Tlitril ?n<t Uilattnt at?.
HttDAY. Uti.iulx r 8, Ufft
tccoud grand parlorwuiM e lit th? ?? rid r< &iswna4
Mist I ii<I In > i
FRoFEtHOR VaNFE,
with entire chant.* ot
For particular* *?* fioii main* *imI ) r?
N? \t performance l>y Fro''*eor \ AMr.k la Tvrrmf
Garden theatre on Sunda>, Uici iuia t A
STEUiWAY HALL. li M dTANMIY.
PR IDAV RVENIXO, HFC ?, Ul,
MM. IIENK> M STANLEY'S
'I II HIO I.KCTI MK.
Sublet! J?
'THE DISCOVERY or 1.1 V1NUSTONB.'*
81'kClvL ANNOUNCEMENT.
Outlila occasion Mr. STANLRY will appear kfnri>lW
audience codumed. armed und equipiM-d aa Itr w?? ? h. n
pnrmting hi* arduous Journey In in Airica, ami arn.'ni.a
uii'il liv the little native Airleua. KAI 1*1,1' ll? will ?l?t
display tUo ilat:?. sa*nr* ami other ac.i.utrvnienia b. rar
ity tlif natives ot Central Vtrlca who formed a part ol lib
expedition in *carch ot lir. Livingstone
Thes4j rare curlimltlc* will remain <*i exhibition during
the eve li lug ut tha Hall.
MATINKE LECTURE, AT STEINWA T IIAIXu
expressly lor the .uTouimi.latlon ot lndi<-? and ?? h<>?d?,
SATURDAY, DKC. 7, AT I P. M.
Spain may he reaerveddally tur any ol Mr W lHITT'*
Iiccture* nt the Uix office. Mi n?ity llall; Sthlrnier'a,
7"l Broadway, and lit jlroadway.
tlenerul ailmi-slon. 91. Reserved acata, 90 rent* extra.
BARNUM'S OREAT SHOW.
(Fourteenth street, opposite Academy ot Mtuto.)
THE MODERN* WOM'LKi
MON8. D'ATELI E, OR MAN WITH TUB IRON JAW I
Ml.I.E. ANUKLA, THE Ft MAI.h SAMSON.
UREliiED BY LARUE AND FASHIONABLE Al
diebcks.
AFTERNOON AND EVBNINU,
TIIK CJKKAI
I Ml'A I.EM KM FEAT RY
PROFESSOR AND MADAME KUSHNELL.
LAKELLE AND MILL.SON
IX THEIR TIIRILLINO TRAPEZE ACT.
MLLE. LA BLANCH,
THE BEAUTIFUL PARISIAN" KOUEHTRILN'N'R.
JAMES MELVILLE.
CHAMPION BAREBACK RIDKR OP THR WuRI.D
Scorca ol Oynmaata, Acrobat* and other inonarth-. of
muscle, all under tin* direction at that popular Ua In of
fashionable a rente entertainment,
HAN CAtiTKLLO.
MUSEUM AND MF.NAOERIE OP RaRR WIIJ) BEASTS,
LIYINH CURIOSITIES.
AUTOMATIC WONDERS, PAINTINOS, WAX FlOURES,
OPEX AT ALL HOURS VjtoM 11 A. M. TO 10 P. M
MATINKR DAILY.
HIPPODROMR PERFORMANCES PROMPTLY aT I
and 8 P. M. Parquet *ota ?e?ts and cushion) d armchair*
secured six dav* In advnnrp.
DAY EXHIHIIIOVS rilF I.E.\>JT CROWDED.
ATHENEUM ATHEXEUM.
W6 Hroadwny, opposite ttip Metropnlltnn Hotel.
(ieor^fl n. Coc.t ftnje Manafvr
Proteasor E. Comn Lender ot Orrhpslra
OK AND Sl'CtK.ifL
First appearance ot'lhe <>Mt>n of SerloOumlc singer*,
MISSJiiXMK KIMKvI.L.
J. C. STEWART.
LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT.
MAKEE AND ROUE US.
JOK LAXO.
E. W. PRKSCOTT
JAMKH II. Ml LLIOAX.
JOHN \\ 11. I.I A MS.
MIm .IFNMK KIMBALL.
Mln> LIZZIE KDWARDS.
MKs BELLE WALLACE.
Ml-* ANNIE BRNXETT.
Introdnpln
MAOXIPII'ENT BIL
BROWX, THE M^R'HIt.
^ATuBOAT xiaur.
SOUIHE JOXKH.
Oh, Weill It I-Bo i.*.
PROF. LB TORT.
Ilt?
Wonderful Magleian
ROMG-t. DANCEs, fOLOR.
MISCHIEF.
FtTX, PUX, PT X.
I the nio?t .
' OF TIIH BltASOX
s
JAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS,
coiner Twenty-i ichth itrval and Rroadwav.
People buyiug LaiMum to tnep in the winiluW*'
BIRCH, VTAMHOLD i
....... ? BA< KI'H'
KAN FRAN CISCO MIXSTREUi
Firat week ol' III*
MERRY WIPES OP WINDROE.
Rebecca .'ane, I BILLY BIRCn? CIIARLRY BACKI'S
Juhmiou A Power* | In ?eream.ng acta
OR A X11 DUTCH-CU K hSE-OPK RA.
The tfrcul KICARDii WAMBOLD A NORRIR.
BEAUMONT, HEAD AND C. S. FREDERICKS In u?w
songi. Begins at A. S?at* aocurud ?lx dayaia ad?aur?
A
S30CIATI0X IIALL.
FREE LECTURE ON FRENCH
PROFRSflOR RTUtNNB LAMBERT.
Fit)DAY, DECEMBER ?, AT ? P. M.
Suliiaet:?
HOW TO ACOUIRE FLl'KXCY IN FRENCH.
To cliwe with the formation ol
ELEM K.NTART AND ADVANCED
CONVERSATIONAL t'LAMKH.
All (ho?e who have hitherto dospalrad t? l*arn Framh
ana apoki-n Inn/uuge aro invited to AU?a<l Uik laat too
lure of the aerlva.
LRCTURE PRF.R.
gTEINWAT HALL. ^ ^ BBILLTANT Sl'ct l
|mR?.& MILLS. '* ^DR. L DAMROHCy.T
le onenltirf roncert was a gratilying ineoMa.?Ilarald.
Tlic opening concert wa? a gratliying ?neo?a*.?Ilvraid.
SECOND SOIREE OF CHAMBER mPsIC, THUSJdaI
EVEXIXO, DEC. 5.
AMl?ted hr eminent vocal and in*trument*l talanl
THIRD MiilRKR TIIUKSDAY KVPXINt., DEC. I*
Ticket* ean miw he obtained at Pteinway Hall atl4
principal tnnaic store*.
Timothy titcomr (dr. j. u. Holland) will
deliver hi* celebrated lecture. "The Social Undertow,"
at the Eighteenth street M. K. church, betweea Bightfc
and Ninth avennc*, Thursday evening Dec. II Leeture
preceded bv an Onrnn Concert, connienclng at 7H
o'clock, Prof. Henry Eyro Browne, or?anl*t. Admission
fltlcen:* ; re?crvp.l seat* 2.1 cents extra, f or sale *t Noi
*on A Phillip*', ?? Broadway; liiifga. Cunnlngriiia A
Co.'a, DM Broadway; styles A Ca*h's, M Eighth ancuua,
and at the door ov the evenlnr of the Icctnra
PUILHAUMONIC SOCIETY.
PUBLIC REHEARSAL
FRIDAY, DECEMBER ?. AT 2K t. M.,
Ai'ADEMY OF MUSIC.
MATItiaiONIAlM
AN EDUCATED AND RESPECTABLE TOUIW OEM
llenmn deaire* to coire?i)onl with a yvung lady
with a vii-w to matrimonv. Aifdras* M. C. LERDWhLI*
Z.iill Second avenue, llnrletn, N. Y.
AHrsnsfEWTs.
UNIOB MQl'aub THEATRE.
Proprietor Mr. BIIERIDAN SirOOK
"???<!/ Mr. A. M. PALAIfctt
Tlie Manatfutucut uU,v aiiih>ume the
OP M148 AGNES K1 ^Bj^S^ENOAQZMKNT AT TlUi
an J the Lilt Kfglila oO-^ardou'e' frut Society PLay,
TilIM WEEK,
77 th
to
84th
Performance of
AUMU,
MATINEE on
SATURDAY,
Evening TVriormauov*
. Over at Hhffi.
ScaU secured nix day*
ill ad re
office
Bok office open every dar.
satubday, Jrom r*
?t l'i o'clock. 8 A. M. tn S P, M.
In a?uv? preparation. Mr. JOHN BROUGHAM'S new
rmuantlc Drama, written expressly for thU theatre atxi
cuti tied
ATIIKRf.BY OOtTBT,
TAYKY, MUi MARY ORIS WOLD. kr. D. H. UABKIttil
"fi'mi! m&h{
Mr W. i. LAUUt.N.S, Mr. UEQBGB PARfSS. Mr.
CI.AOlSl? BCRROUOIIB, and other member* or lbs
Ark AT COMEDY COMPANY engaged at thJa theair*
will appear.
a cahkmy or MUSIC.
liLor
FlUi'A Y LYKMNG, DEC. 0, AT 6 O'CLOCK.
n t v,l| A/uU< V| A ? V V v UV V ???
hiBTSwIlf orriil piSoS:
Ki'&w.ffia'Si
MBPOND act .OP LINDAj
fieaora
Sein.ra RAN!
o tiiikd
ian HONCO^! and other*.
111 It D ACT OP CRISPINO B LA C0MARI3;
mi?? olara louIsk kellooo.
Pfe*. MORIAMI, SPARAPAffi, RONOONL
rfrrii act or la apbiIaixe;
or la .
0. PAULINE LUCCA,
S1TTRDAT, DEC. 7. AT 1 P. S?
U It AN II MATIN BE.
LrrRFZIA BORGIA
tickets TO
T^KKJ* TO MATINEE,* i>l't)L?l3lXG RESERVED
KiiatA'? Piano*arc uaeil at the Academy of Mitftto.
Ticket* .-.in in obtained at tlx- A<'iiilciuy of Music and at
Hahirmrr'* Mit.it Store, 7UI Broadway.
(IfAND OPERA nOT'RR,
f Twciil*-third street ai d Eighth avenue.
Curtain rise. at i|iiarter to&
AlmMyn Hi Paiully Ctro'.e, 80c.t Koserved Cnairft
"?v. *???! f! aaira.
AI'til'-fl* li w.Y Sole J.c-sioo and Manager
Tin fr.n u>c.it sensational "roLLv,"
EX EBY NIGHT
rATCItfiA*'' MATINEE.
T*> ? Sccnerv. all lieiv. embrai iis views of
I X i.i. (Mi HTRhl'.r '?CoNPKCTIONEf! i."
II llll Olt*ti> I NION KVlUtOAIi DEPOT.
III x Xtoo.M.WIIT ft'RKK AT I.ION PARR, with a
li It XKD EXHIBITION tip KIRE.VtlKKS!
IV. Mr hin t the Set n?. at Mblo'a Garden.
V.?A I'erlorniance <h
THE IILACK rnocK
ii . i.i NiijV ?* (.?rd.-ii wliii a re?r vlovrof the Transforms*
tlou Scene m oi Ihe
MOST PECULIAR SP.NSATIOSS
ever r>r*?en" <1 on *he 1p* Yi -* ntnire.
XI -A Mi IIT AT li W<Ui HILL'S SPoltTING CRIB,
with a r*"ufii? "UOtJNti M f LL."
XI ? A X H w of Ml ItOKllKU.-' ItllWI
VII -t?.,.I ran'? AI It y In Uie Plva Points, with th#
gical wUMIiuu^r. ?r|f,r!fn RfmKrnT
VIIL-A Olarue ai :!?? Lll I KKKkA.nX MASQUE at
the \i AfHVV Of MIAIU. exlntdtllig a tfRILLIANT and
I Mul'f Tatil- an, the Roue* Crowded, the Dancing
Fi.^.r Itll-t Willi II. MfiTf. Y TMRONU, and In ttW
I|)| I4I UD1J a Mjjnnto ill Vumv Ml
T?K nACOII ! (? ?<< or KVB,
?xU>i>iiiu( ihi ?,ti ,i?i? i.lnn ?i.i Wuuhii'i Ore** from tlM
day* itf M< >TNI.K EVB m trie ti Klif IAN KRND.
Th.-charaden ia thl* unlnuo rtu." Urill'uiit Local Sett
?.itii>n Mwtatned l?y
Mr- JOHN ttilOU,
?r. Jons BRorniiAM,
Mia KMX \ lloWdON,
The i.UP.AT MAULTON Dincor*
Tba PABOt'H LAl'RIS,
rant<inaimUtaL.
I ll ft..- WHO- r .if the okkaT TOMPAJtY of tna
UKAMl nnx HOUMK iKi lhrr Willi IU
MAONiriCKNT i'HOBt'H
BKAUTiri L BU.I.KT TROUPE.
MATISKK Or
ROUNn TMK t'LOCK
SAT I KIM Y, at IV. O'CLOCK.
IMLDV lilt every uiyht at a QUAKTER T?
*m
?til tVt.M'ft THKATRK.- (BKOIMS AT ?. ? ., _
t) Hvle 1*?* au I ?l a naffer Mr. AL'Ul/'.STIN DALT
LAST WEEK
tl lh?
MERRY WIVhjt OK WINDHOB.
1 irnct-r? i?v the celeiiratcd t'otncd.r Company of lUiff
' ttea'r? s?
Mr ? t?a? Pl?her. ? Ihivwtffe. Oeorffe Clarke,
Ian lUnK W J. Leiooyoe, l^>nl? Jame*.
h T. Kit ;?..ii|, D WhitniK. tie jr?e DeYere,
<iw*u?a? eu I II Murih tt J A Mac key,
P Chapmaa. * BwAuiau. an.1 other*.
Mia. Panav rant. Mi? ranuy Davenport
Mrs- U. II. I.illwn Miaa Mara Jewctl.
i.a*t mvtin'r. or TrTTis -merry wttes or
W l.NU <uK, SATC uv.ii neat, Deceuilter 7, at half-paat
IM
Wf>*n*T. TV'emher #?(Mret tUue hcte> "TIU
IClloOL roit SCANDAL.'*
Trr.Hf?AT, nee??i.ertS^Tnr.t time on any ?ta?e) a
new Pr. n h tirnma. ada'>tr ? bv Mr T. M. IV tvaideu and
. titide.l "?HP HARI'M -S." In which Mr*. C. D. ab>
1JOTT a III MMkt her debut
fM rsur ?R XTIOM-A newPartalan romedvof aln?M.
lar contraction, lit whHb extraordinaxy Reparation I*
IkIii* made.
M
Its r. S Cn*WAV'a SKOOKI.YM TIIRATRB.
M>?N DAY, Die. 3. l!QT and every eveniitg,
rharle* i.ayter * oran<i Mpeetaniiar Drains,
**iM)M tip the Nluur."
MATIKBK MATt RDAY. Oec. T. attr. M
ST APT THRATKR. ? AKD ?7 BOWKBY.
Him tfrt rnuncf of
Luring III HI <1 <?*a\U ofKEA COMPAWr.
TIILltoMAV RVJLMMO, !>K< KKHkK A AT H O'CLOCfc
THfc mkkr\ wtrun or winimor.
Nrroud ptDoi mamr f KI I?.v V KVRXIRO, Ui:t KMBEB^
AT 8 ox U>< K, "TiJK .Ik-WEHK'
Th?' *a'? >.f UcfcH* (MMM ? Tu<- rfu, Imc. 1 At Ikt
thratrc ?n k t oft ? ; Al?> > o mr t mirtccnUl ftrMt Aid
Pitirtli ivtuur, and at Rot-h Ku?? . 2>'> ?r? >aav??
/ U.IIS vM4 TIItiATRt.
U PourtoaatA -uv.i, trir Tbtr4 araaur
ad, mtXtKiMT Director.
THf-it-tur. i> . ?, i^rt,
pifrrwt HKtKMn.
r. ma-tv lii t?* a>t*. W fia?mmm and IrMKt.
?n ??'It' ? n ilul j Irom ? till 4 oi-loeR.
mil roB i'i -tin ir Bu*n
r rh?> i?<iy m?nsti<r? of tl?* "11.-m* for ncatimto
Blirwt." Arr h.dd uv ? Pair, to cnnitRiM- llir miCinut tfc*
w.rk In inr IWW No 21V Hi *1 tVartwiiUi
alr??t. Thl-ln?tt??rt<>? l? for thf r* nptl.ii of Mind |>?r
?MU, irrrapi rum pi crard, It M ?t>< only l?rinaBMt
Km** lor III? ulalt ami *?p?l Mind In llM t it*. Hi 1
n?-M.|.-li? i.ofelt, ar* wti ?tif r? ,|ii ?????.! to mM tba i
"llcinr'' and wi*? II tk?tr auj ?uw-oi k
1A0IRT FAIR- POBTIIK BKMCriT Of THK PKKNOII I
J K i aim?-liraI ? b?r< h, ai ,1 m??r*Mji
l?ld AI N>mi r?i t? ArtUallenr. i?rwar oi
AUd ?..?i r 11 -Bill ?i ni I. , 1 ...... - r 11
dav and jmiI urrisy r??-Miii?# *i?i *auii.U) alwrimaa.
thb wrak, Km mU i ?, 1. ( and7
o
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