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HELP WiJITBD-nSJIAUBS.
ClIANCE FOR MEV, WOMEN. BOY- AND (ilKL*
*.?. to '.earn telegraph* and Mke rHuMP
Sovs Co.lege. W 4th ?v ..pp<>-lu' 1 Institute
Telegraphy (Auiftit practically, viih iDitrutucnu. in ouo
quarter.
NEAT ENGLISH OR GERMAN P1IOTE8TANT
girl lor general housework in a so.au private (am
rau't be -rasher and ironer, with citv refer
K. i ij vVent Will *t.
T ?1 LKX1N01 ?!? A v.?WANTED, AN AGREEA
ble. lmelligeiit American, English or Swiss giri,
ond?r ii to learn t? (rive baths to ladies ; also laundress
and waitress: reierencea required
Ago d wai bu-to do ram wammxxq and
ironing and two tin'*. Applv, with city references,
a; So- 16 W'eat -7tn at., i etwecn Id auvi 12 o'clock.
AOOd ' WAlJl BAND WaNIED-aT III
JCGLA'S, 3.' West * 1 Lb st.
A GIRL WANTED?r<)B GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
J\ must wash and iron well, and be a good piatn
eook and have city reiereuee. Apply at 120 Sttli st,
near 4th av.
CtuLOllKD COOK WANTED?TO OO TO STAMFORD,
J Conn.. In tauiilv of four; every convenience iu
Utcftau. Apply. Monday and Tuesday, at 33 West .list su
HOl'SEKEEPER WANTED?FOB a SINGLE G'-.N
tleman m llavti; uiu?t be a lady under is vear* of
good education aud good looking; mu-t tpca., English
and trench play piano and miu; salarv $3JU (gold) a
jear: board, lodging and clothing and irec passage;
very agreeable (.liiii.itc Adore&s Captain IMNN'ELL,
care ul li. s. Consulate, Aux Caret, Hayti; cnclose pho
tograph and releiouce?.
UOOWKBSrU WANTED?HALF THE KENT Of
AX tour rooms tfroni) allowed tor pervices; German pre
ferred. Apply to A. M. FANNING, 23 tast 4tli st
1IMNTED? A OIRI. FOB GENERAL HOUbSWOBK
?? lu a ornate family; yoanf preferred. Apply ?i 13
Bast l-'.h it.
ANTED?A RBSPHCTAHLE GIRL i-OR GERERaL
housework tiSS 8ih av.. bells.
WANTED?A KIDSU ISIS W ' MAN TO COOK,
wash and iron, muai ooiue wall recommended
Call at 313 West J9ih st.
WANTED?A FIRST CLASS COOK AND LAL'N
TT dress in a private family; good reference required.
Call at 367 West 37th st
T|rA.NTED-A SWEDISH OR GERMAN GIRL TO DO
VV general housework . must be n good washer and
trouer and fond of children: city reference required
Irom last situation. None others need apply at 49 Lex
ington av. _______
"II/"ANTED?A RESPECTABLE GIRL AS NURSE
?r and to make herself useful. In a hcantitul home in
tlie country ; wages $7. Apply ior two days at 319 West
Bl.?tj?t.
\\TA.NTED-IN A SMaLL FAMILY. CONSISTING OF
?T gentleman and wife, a good girl tor general house
work; muust be a iood cook and first claos washer and
Ironer. and have good citv relerences; others need not
apply. Call lor two days at 1,053 'id av., near .'6th st.
IT ANTED?TH REE OOUsAX AND CCFT ISOKEBS;
-T also three Marchers. App v immediately at the
laundry, corner of Tillary and Fulton sis., bro> klvn.
\\' ASTED-A OOOD PLAIN COOK; MIST BB A
?? good bread and biscuit oakcr: none need apply
without good city rclcrence. from a till 12 o'clock, at SJd
Mh ?v^
WANTED?A PROTESTANT GIRL TO COOK. WASH
?t and iron in a prlvnta fnuiily. Call at 108 West
llth^st.
"TP-ANTED?AT NO. 410 WEST 34TH ST., A GIRL,
?* well recommended, to do general housework iu an
American taaiiijr of three persons.
"W ANTED?A SMART. lluY GIRL. 14 OR 13 TEARS
?? ol age, to do Light housework tor a very small lam
Ilv. Apply at 438 4tn a v.
WrANTE1)-A GOOD GIRL FOR LADIES' HAlR
"T dressing and to wait upon hair store; one who
will be willing to go to lroy. Apply, between the hour*
of 11 A. U. and 2 P. M., at No. 222 tiili av.
"\\J ANTED?A FIRST ( LA-S COLORED COOK; ONE
?' that thoroughly understands her business In all
lis branches. Apply tit .No. 4 West ?2d st
"\\'ANTtD-TWO PROTESTANT WOMEN; ONE A
?T flrst class cook; the other a laundress who thor
?agh!y unders ands Ser business Apply from 9 to 12
A. >1. at 1.' East 3^d st.
"T\rANTED? A COOK, AN INFANT'S NURSE AND A I
?? chambermaid nud waitress; all experienced and
(?furnish city r?c<>mn-endations. Call between 9 and
II o'clock at 132 East Hi-, M., near Lexington av.
69; -A LADY WITH THE ABoVE AMOTNT OF
O ? ')? capital can earn $2'i wcc-klr alt wlnicr iu a re
spectable business: can be done at home; taught in one
lesson. 137 2d av., basement door.
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SITUATION S waxted?MALES'
1 -q WEST 30TH ST.. toc !? LOOK.?MAN' AND
jltjq wile , roan as waiter or driver; wile as cook;
pood city reiercuce.
A GOOD FRENCH COOK WANTS A SITUATION
in a Hotel, resuiursnt or boarding home; best refer
ences, Applv to h. .hEPUaNY. 396Graud si.
Afii'.ST CLASS FRENCH WAITKR, WHO SPFaKS
ave languafe?. desires to obtain a position in a tirst
class private tainliy or with a sinjle gentleman. Ad
dress B. S.. box 12. Ueraid Uptown Branch ortlee.
A i 132 WKST lsrfc 3T.-A respectable Col
ored man wishes a situation as waiter in a private
lamilv . understands the hu-iness in all Its brunches; can
furnish satisfactory relerence. Call on or address l'or
two day, I). >.
A YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITUATION IN ANY
kind ol business at a inolerate salary . U a haid
worker and would devote all his time and eiicnry iu .lie
Interests of his employer; has had nine years' experi
ence in newspaper offices; understands the business de
partment in every detail: can nirni<h the very r>e*t of
references. Address lor one weei, CHEST. R, box 116
Herald olHce
A COLORED MAN wl-HEfl A SITUATION AS
J\ waiter in a private tauiiiv orprlvxte boarding house;
food city retarence. cuil at or address 213 West iftih St.,
Slrd floor.
A SITUATION WANTED?in A PRIVATE family,
by a respenabie colored man, as waiter ; good city
reference. 13a West 30th st
A SITUATION WAN'TED-BY A USEFUL. YOUNG
n mmi, on a gentleman's place. Address JOHN, 21
hast 12th ?l
A RE -PECTaBLE YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITUA
JA. Uon as waiter in a private family; good relerence.
Call on or address J. E., no. 29 6 h av.
A respectable COLORED WAITI.R wishes a
situation cither in a private lamilv or boarding
house; can give ten years' relerence in city. Address
A. C. Herald Uptown Branch olllce.
"t MAN -coiikteavf IK~Ia DESCENT, WANTS A
situation; understands h.s business perfectly as
cook an i manager; best of references. Call on or address
lor two da vs COOK. 110 West M l st.
F'rl N 1! WAITER WANTS A SITUATION IN A PRI
vate fa;m!v or hotel restaurant; good reference.
address nadal >IMun", caru ol Mr. Gloiuot, No. 2*4
Wooster st.
RJVAfE W ai' er?agkd 33; ACCUSTOMED TO
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waiting oa English noblemen; ac.ive, sober; not
sfrald oi work. k. C. a., 323 West t3j st.
(SITUATION WANTED?by A you\q MAN, AS SEC
D ona waiter in a private lamilv; no ohlection to work;
out oi place on account ol the recent death of his late
fmplover; six years' first riass relerence. Call at 17
East 22d st
CLERKS AND SALESHE.v.
A YOUNG MAN' WANTS A SITUATION AH STOCK
cutter in a wnolesile house t has six years'experi
ence; willing to work tor low wages. Address 1SJ .-;ack
ett st.. Brooklyn.
t YOUNG man OF EXPERIENCE, 17 YEARS OF
age. wants an engagement as traveller or collector;
spraks ceruian an i English : best references; security if
required. Address h. dkyek, 213 West 41st si
Demists can always have profitable em
plovment. also vou tig men *u good f.unilv mid
little means inclined to learn the proicssion as student*
?relents. Pithi'ERRE anus., ift9 Bowery.
SALESMAN WANTED-TO tak Til* ENTIRE
o charge of our trai'e in the i astern States. Applv in
person or bv letter to IjaWivS k FANNING. Maud 10)
Franklin sireet.
TO ENGI >ehrsr~ARCHiTEClp;~ ac~^n~eneb
getic voung Englishman desires a situation in a
toeentnl ' >| or civil engineer s or architects otltre ran
trace and make a neat drawing is quick and willing to
make Uiinselt generally useful; can give good reference.
Address ENERGY, Herald office.
Three experienced" dry goods salesmen
wanted?.-peaking Germtrn preferred.
W. k. PfcY JON, 274 Bowery.
tl^an IED?thitlt^r "YOUNG MEN im m i.di atklv,
ft to le irn bookkeeping. penmanship, c alculations.
Ac., fiotn practical bookkeeper Hro"- ?> n. h t(j 1u even
ings; terms moderate. Address COLLIMS, dox 140
Hrrafd office.
tl/an TED?a 8tout, ACTIVE YOUTH To LKAUN
*t he hoslerv business In a first class jobbing house;
hours. T<, a. M. to (P. m. i salary first year f i3u. ad
#re*s box 127 Herald office
TANTED-A FIRST CLASS FfTR SALESMAN. AT
CALLAHAN')*, the hat er, h2 Bowery.
COACHMEN A!VJL> ga ItDK.VKRS,
GERMAN COACHMAN AND HIS WIFE. WHO IS
a first eiasj cook. want situations ill a prl\atc tain
ny. Call at na 7m t,reen wirli sf.
A situation WANTED?as GKOoM OR to TAKE
J\ tuirgeof a gentleman's road lior?*s. hr a compe
tent yomig man; good city references. Call on or ad
dress JOHN. Lexington av.
situation Wanted?by a respectable
marned man, a* ? oachr.i in and groom ; wife is a
?nnd cook, wasner and irutier; beat reierene. Apply
At 961 7tli av.
A gentleman WANTS TO FIND A SITUATION
lor Ins i oachman. i'i f:?r or country; st' ady, relia
Meyoiin.: man, single ssfc. experienced, accustomed
city driver; firs ? ;roo!ti . tlioronghiy understand*
the car" m oor-cs, harn<"<s ana enr.iagcs; nnders'nndf
gardening, steam and ;iot air irna. e . can milk: would
make hr.n-' it generail. useful; wau'es mcicferate. Ad
dress, 'or two days, \ c; t, |yox |tlb ncra|(j uptown
Branch office., Kroalwa.
as COACHMAN. ill'at ion WANTED, BY A
single young man a< ircicit Iriver ari'i hoi i groom
Jsaccu?tonwd to load hoc u, reieretiee tr ui
las emp ovur. Call on or address, tor two l. ,m
k>#tn av.. Cnmplic-il s.
\ COACHMAN Oil GROOM'S ituation w \ntkijz
/i i nderstand-his business , ean mil* tet i -team or
hot air turn cm; good .city reMrence. Add re s OltlM M.
Box 162 Herald orac?. _
A rouno MAN' WISHES A SITUATION a> i;|;oom
j\ ami eoachtnan Woroiiahlv understands i,is t.ua|.
ness ail.i i-s a flisi Class milker; sall-iac crv r> len-nr
ilte last employer can he seen il fuulred. ? all on or
address THON. McCUKMICK. 14 West . Mil st
A gentleman i?* panTlculably anxious to
fin i a si'nation tor his coachman, wnom he ran
liwhlv rec omtnend as an excellent coxchman. Cation
of address t . w.. 16 mest icth st. private suble.
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COACHMEil 1TO OARDETERS.
* SITlJ A 1 ION WANTBD-AS COACHMAN; PROT
J\ estatu. married. no encumbrance ; thoroughly com
petent; flv# years' best cilv reference from tint em
ployer; city or country. Apply at No. ? West ?tb st.
Akikst class coachman wants A >ir: ATIONi
understands hi* business thoroughly, best reier
ences irom first cUu launlie Addrcs* COACHMAN,
So North Moore Itjf two days.
\ YOD nO BELGIAN, AGED 27. WANTS A SITCA
J\ tlon as coachman, valet or useful m?n aroouu a
house: can come well recommended. Address A. V. M.,
box H7 Herald Uptown Branch otHce.
CIOACUMAN AND COOK-BY A MAN AND WIFE
J (Protest inU no lainily); man as coachman and
gardener: thoroughly under?taud? ihe cure of rorsea
and carriage!1: can milk and be general y uaeful on a
gentlemen's piace , wile a* a good fainilv cook aud laun
dress' best reference": city or country. Callonoraa
dress M. C.. 1 ?1 <? ast 12th st. hear 3 I av.
C10ACHMAN ASD ii AKDh VER'S Si> U AT JON WAST
/' ed ?Bv a young man, 30 years of aire: can milk,
tend turnace anil br generally usetul: moderate wages.
Address C., box itZ Hem Id offlca.
poAoaatii'j arTUATioii vakiid-it a mar
V/ ried man of long experience in 1 ngland and Ire
land, and 8 years' In America: with long re'.erence In
bis capacity. Aildress M. D., 32 imt 40th st.
/ "? AKDENER nit COACHMAN?BY A SINOLE EN".
vT gllsbman; understands greenhouse snd graperies'
good groom and driver; will be generally useful: low
wu^es; city reference. Address A. U , box 222 Herald
ofr.ee.
Married couple wanted (.no children), as
coachman and under gardener ai:d a* laundress;
only thoroughly competent and well recommended per
son* need apply. Address OUA.NGi, box 167 Herald
office.
SITUATION WANTED?AS COACHMAN, BY A SIN
gle man . six years' reference. Address N. C., box
17? Herald oiHce.
TIT ART KI >?BY AH BNOLISHX AN, A SITUATION AS
?? coachman or groom: undersMiids his business;
city or country. Call at <.r ?dd:e.?* No. lltiWe.t l?:h ?.
TT7 HTED? A SITUATION AS COACHMAH. BY A
?? stngle Protestant man: thoroughly understand*
his business: can milk if required : t ::d turn ace, Ac. : is
willing and obliging . best retercuce. Address 1. ;No.
21 East 33d st.
THE TRADES.
A FIRST CLASS NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE RE
toucher wishes u potion: will give entire tatisfac
tlon. A ;dress Alt i IS , Herald office.
m t 0LA8S CARPFNTk It V. <,CLD LIKE A
situation as carpenter in a factory or lanitor or
housekeeiier: best teler"nrp. Address CARl'ENl'ER,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
ITPIIULSTKRER WANTKD-OSK ACCU TOMED TO
; upholstering bottoms of chair* In leather. None
but fir>t class men need apply at 18 East 16th st, near
Broadway.
TXT ANTED?A SITUATION BY A YOCNO MAN (GKR.
? Y man) as dentist, where he would nave a chance to
perfect hinis II In tlie ar:: would be willing to work for
a -mail -.alary m first. Aj.ply at No. .i 3 Bait57tl>St.
?W'ANTEIi?AN EXPERIENCED MAN. WHO THOR
NY outhlv understands the mixing of colors, to take
charge of the coloring department of a card and fancy
paper manufactory; none but suc'i having tbe required
experience in that brancn oi the business need iroublo
themselves to apply. In a suitable man. with first class
reierences. good wages and permanent situation. Ad
dress C. M. a., Herald office.
CITY REAL ESTATE FPU SA1.K.
Central.
A -814 FIFTH AVEBUK, AT FORTY-XINTH STREET,
. magnificently finished, tarnished and built four
story and medium size Dwelling, with dining room ex
tension. lor sale at an extreme Darrain. V. K. STEVEN
SON. Jr., 11 Pine street or SI has* Seventeenth street.
AN ELEGANT BROWN STONE HOUSE, 19 .EAST
Fifty-seventh street. 300 feet from Fifth avenue?
Finished entirely in hard wood and every convenience.
Apply on premises or at 260 West Thirty sixth street.
W. C. LE8ST.R.
Fob sale-the n w medium size four -tory
hlsh stoop brown stone House and Lot No. 18 East
Fifty-eighth street, between Fifth and Madison avenues;
is in perfect order; can be seen at any time; possession
Immediately. Apply on the premises.
rj'O HOUSE HUNTERS AND BUYERS.-MESSRS.
I DUGG1N A CR: >SSM AN. Architects, 63 East Forty
first street. corner of Carls avenue propose to offer until
the 24th insL, six now and elegant Houses at nrlvato
bl son a plan never beiore attempted; the houses are
No?. H, 5, Sand Ii hast Fortv-fonrth street, between Tilth
and Mad'son avenues, and No*. 18 and :u East Fifty-sev
enth street,between Fifth and Madison avenues. A
I 3mphl"t containing plans ot the houses, with lull par
ticulars and conditions ot the sale, can be obtained on i
tlie premises or at their office.
* Okt Met*.
FOR SALE-BARGAIN ON THIRD AVENUE. near '
Thirtieth street. 40x100, with an L on side street,
26x100; good buildings: suitable tor a hall, lager beer
garden ot brewery: terms to suit
calltnder * l.AUKENCE, 30 Pine street
Wtsi Mde.
For sale-on west twenty-fifth street a j
three storv high stoop liouse; bath. gas. range, not
and cold water, furnace, gas fixtures; price $15,000.
?l.iMK.i K. I1DW Alt US, 09 We si twenty-third street.
TWO STORKS and dwelling-., on leased
ground, 9*1 and 985 Eighth avenue, for silo. $4,00) i
each: aiso two new lour story Uwellings, Sixty-second
street. i7f 'oct west ot Bro id way, $19.1)00 each. or will be
rented at $151 par month: also un olegHut lour Story
I weliinc newly frescoed. SOS West Fifty-eighth street,
$36.ouO WM. BEDLLL, builder and owner, 986 Eighth
avenue.
Miscellaneous.
A-TOR SALE AT A DECIDED BARGAIN. A NEAT I
? three story House, hard wood trim; best block ud
town ; must sell; cash wanted.
F. CKAWFORD. 351 ThirJ avenue.
Tenement property.-kront and rear
House; front House. 25x'0; rear House. 25x25; this
property will be sold al a bargain. Address X. P.
Herald office.
BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SALE
AND TO UT.
\ beautiful CHANCE FOR LIcnT HOUSE
keepin.'. ? I.arge, handsom-lv tnrnlshert sitting
Room, i en room connecting second story front, private
liouse. sp.endid air. $1. Inquire of WILLIAM CKAW
FORD. Madison avenue, corner Eighty-sixth street
Finely furnished hou-e, on Brooklyn
Heights, between Vultou und Wall street ferries,
to responsive panic*, till Mav next, or longer it desired,
on reasonable terms; house contain-! al' modern im
1 rovcincnts. Inquire at i'3 rotitli street tor otic week.
UOR SALE?A TWO STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK
A House, lot "ted on Fourth avenue. Brooklyn; can be
bought to" J-f-V10, on easy terms. Apply to MuODY A
ROGER.-'. M'J Montague street, Brooklyn. N. Y.
F"OB SALE.-PARTIES WAITING TWO STORY AND
basement brown stone Houses, in pood neighbor
hood. Otte. I up with every improvement, can find just
what tliev ar looking tor t>y app ving to MOODY t
ROOfcKS. 2.9 Montague street. Brooklyn, N. Y.
t^OR SALE.?N' TICE To HOUSE HUNTERS.-ANY
one looking lor a three story and basement, brown
stone liouse In a dist class neigliborhoo I. which (an be
bought cheap, can And jUst what they want bv applving
to MOODY A RoGEils, 2 9 Montague street. Brooklyn.
House foe bale.- heaprst propkett m
Brooklyn: a three story and basement brick house,
11 rooms, .ill improvements: located on Prospect place;
can bo bought for tti,'0O. Apply to MOODY i. ROGERS,
209 Montague street, Brooklyn, .v Y.
PROPERTY OCT TIIE CITY FOR
SALE OR TO RE XT.
FjWRM FOR SAI.E-ON ACCOUNT OK DEATH IN
tatntlv, at Dnnellan. N. J., thirty-four miles trom
New York, contain,ug 53 acres; terms easy. Inquire of
IVIbMAS LINDOEKFi R. 337 > a>l Houston street, or
CONRAD CKA.MEIi, i34 bast -pvi uteenih sireet, N. Y.
F1H>E SALE?BUILDING SITES ami water
Fronts, tor manulactories, Ac.. on the property ot
steinway A .*-ons, ai Astoria, comprlstrg 4ii> acres ol
laud, with 4,U>i feet <,t water front ou Uie i-.ast liiver.
opposite 120th sfrret. New York: also vacant I ots at s.'itlO
to $'oo, an 1 finished trame and brick Houses, from $3, (?t
tn $4.mm, on east terms: also money louned on nioHgage
to those wishing to build houses. Stemwav A Soils'
witi.m, iron foundry and machine shop have !<? en
er< e e ! i :d ar. in mil operation, nnd their lame piano
manufactory will he removed t? premises. Call on or
?dan n 8 I inway ,v .-ons, ,-t- mw.iv iin.il. n< w York.
OLD TIDEWAI'l-.R MILL, MIAN US. CONN.?WILL
sell tor $u,t*K)' i ash, or exchange upon favorable
terms. E. FERRIS, i.sft Washington street.
r) A N'CHO FOB SALE?IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY',
t California, eight miles ir<>m raiiroa I st.i'ion; 25,000
acres '.aluab e fruit, farming and gracing land: living
stream; Im.OOO orange, lemon, lime and a inond trees: $0
per acre. Address <i. ( ., Pox 119 i'ost office, Los Angeles,
Cat.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
PA ii ABO LOTS. FBEB ani> CLEAR, Tn EX.
" change for Merchandise. JOHN B. STEVENS,
Auctioneer and > ommiasion Merchant, 422 and 421 Ful
tou street, Brooklyn.
T ll AMONDs and WATCHES WANTED?IN EX
1" change tor alnat>le ileal Estate. Address WM.
COLE. 2 fi l ust Eightieth street.
T/OR SALE?OR exchange FOR VACANT LOTS
r in this city, valuabl - brown stone French Flat all
lu'rst i"iii rove.ileitis, on West Thirty-fourth street; rents
lor Jl.i /o Apply ut No. 6 Fine street, room IH.
"L^OF. SALE OR EXCHANGE KOK RI AL ESTATE?
r first class diwntown corner l.louor Store, with long
lease of whole house, in a solendid tliorou<rniare. Apply
to LL'iYD. 29 Broadway, offices li and 15.
fpO exchange -GRKaT BAROAIN FINE HOUSE
J. several Lots, tor retail s!,oe S?ore, good location,
WEH - ' KR. ?73 I. dith avenue.
TITAN TED?A GOOD FARM NEAR NEW YORK. IN
TT exchange lor a wel csfi' ll-hed Livery Stable, tlie
Kh, 8took and Business; axcellenl business; ill health
compels the owner tog.ye up l>uoino>.-.
c. C waYLanD a aYM All, 163 Fulton street.
IUEAL EST A I E WANTED.
? COI BTli\ SEA I M 6 ABO . WANTED?PRICE
J\ about S40 'foil, tor which mi elegant Place at River
dale, fwelity-third ward, ot same value, w; i he given in
e\change. I'rittcii-als addre-s. with description, J. C.
i LI > ION. 40 East i lih ecnt'i street.
WANTEn-IMMRDlATELV. FOR CA^II BUYERS,
?V first e!as* Houses on I litli aventie and on desirable
side (iieets. onh owner* need addre-s LfcHPINAsEK k
FKlEOBAN, No. 3 Pine Street.
\\ il.lTED TO Pi Ki tlASU.
".Ill Kill OAK CROSS TIES WANTED?ADDRESS
?/U.UUU a. M. t;, 52 Broad way. room'A
FI VE A UTS.
DIKRSTADT'S BPLEBDIO PaINTIBO or "fINO'I
.. i-i^er canon, in t'alifornla." la on exhibition st s4,?
jit n lwiij-. |,pn^g. nf rJ,r Ni;m..ry and Child's
I ufcupiwi, aU? 1'aintinua by other ?oUitant aiusu. i
BOARDEH8 WAITED.
1 ELEGANTLY FURNISHED DOOBLB PARLOR
? nd two litrrfe third *tor/ Room*, with excellent
table (private table if desired', at lb mid 2S i-.asl T?etuj.
third street < Madison square'. Mrs. P. V KEN T.
1 ?SECOND FLOOR. WITH PRIVATE Ta BI.E, OB I
1 ? without Board; reference*. 38 Lait Twentieth street,
near Broadway I
1BL"Ck FROM BROADWAY ?BOOMS, HAND- j
sotneiy furnished, with Board; reference* ex
changed. Y9 East S lue tevtH h street.
1ST CLASS HOUSE NBWLT OPRNED? ROOM : OX ,
J second floor. $14, $1(5 mi l jji: upper Honrs, $ii to t", 1
including tfres; table unexceptionable. 116 Writ Twcn- I
ty-ninth street, near Broadway and lxth avenue.
1 BL<>CK FROM BROADWAY AND QILSEY IIOUSB, .
I 10* West Twenty-eighth t r et. ?A very comfortable
turtuihad Room. with tr wltuuut Hoar.I, In a private
family.
4il I,Ki{ day,*, per week and upward, |
?7*i ?'U for tine Rooms, with excellent Boird. at 17'?
H.eecKer (.treet, six v.iocks west ot Broadway; health .
lilt and literary society. |
9 WEST TTIRTY NINTH IITtEBT, FIRST 1IOUSK
? from Fifth avenue.? Handsomely furnished Suit of
Aparimeuts, w.th Board.
OD STORY HALL BOOM. SUITABLE FOR TWO
~d ladies or one gentleman, grate tire, with first class
Board, in 154 and I 6 Waverley place.
,-TH AVENUE, NO. 3i4, BETWEEN THIRTY-FIRST
?) ami Thirty-second streets. Two fronf ltooros sepa
rately ir together, with Board; also single Rooms tor
geiitk-tncn. with or without Board; velerences ex
changed.
TTU AVENUF', Ml.
O Mrs. sEAVf" R offers Suits of Apartments,
with private table or without boar.l.
CTH AVENUE. B TWEU.N ELEVENTH AND
U Twelfth street*. ? Desirable Suit of Apirfnients. on
second tlo^r: also three spacious Parlors on first floor,
at 4? Fifth avenue. Private table only.
d?-T iO $'! PER WEEK FOR COMFORTABLY FUK
?W?J wished Booms, with Board; house contains hot
and cold water, gas and hath; location central. 93
Christopher street, near BlcecKer.
TO $8 PER WBBK-FOB FURNISHED ROOMS,
?D'1 with Board: families nccoromo ;nted equally
low: hot and cold water in room*. 4- South Wasliing
ton square, third door from Macdnugal itreet.
7 WEST FORTY-HFTB STREET, NEAR FIFTH AY
I enue.?First class Board, with newly furnished
Rooms in a private family.
1|| WAVERLEY PI.ACE. NEAR BROADWAY.?
J " ' Handsome mint Rooms, *14 and S16 for two persons,
w ith Pour.I - no children: steam heat: single rooms $8
and $9 ai.-o table board $5.
fOTH STREET. 134 BAST.?HANDSOMELY FUR
?jU nlshed Rooms to let, with first class Board and at
tendance. for gentlemen and their wives or single gen
tlemen : modi rate prices; references.
1Q UNIVERSITY PLACE.?VERY DESIRABLE
J?* front, corner Paroi", with bedroom and closet
(with private hall), to let to pcntlemau una wife or to
two gentlemen, with or without Board ; references ex
changed, inquire on he secon 1 floor.
"IO CLINTON PLACE, EIGHTH STREET, NEAB
lO Broadway.?Suit of Hootus, connecting or sepa
rately. with or without Hoard, in a intnily from Paris; a
good opportunity to sneak French
"1 CiTH STREET, ft? WEST.?A SECOND OR THIRD
At' >torv trout Room or medium-sized Parlor and Bed
room, with Board: reierencos.
91 WEST THIRTY -FIRST STBEBT.?TWO FROST
_l Rooms on sccond floor; sonthernexpos-ire: private
table it desired; a>so two on fourth tloor, rear, with
Board; reference exchanged.
Ot? EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET.?A SUIT OP
? two or four well furnished Rooms, suitable 'or a
small or large family; private table; highest rclercueo;
every attention; moderate terms.
OQD STREET, 307 WEST.?HANDSOMELY FUR
jLi~i nlshed Front lioom. with southern exposure.
clo?ets. hot and co d water, to rent, with Beard; suita
ble tor a gentleman and wife or two gentlemen.
C)OU STREET, NO. 120 EAST-THREE HAND
i.O somely furnished connecting Rooms, with puuth
ern exposure; also ball Rooms, with first class Board:
reference* exchanged.
flOD STEET, 16.1 WEST. 1 % BLOCKS FROM BROAD
way.?Hooms on first and S'-coiid Boors, with
Board. Proper rel'orenou required.
(in EAST FORTY-SIXTH STREET. CORNER OF
'' Madison avenue ?Pleasant sccond story Room,
handsomely furnished, riv leg Madison avenue, with
Board; suitab.e for lady and gentleman or two gentle
men.
QQD STREET. EAST. 315.?NEATLY FUSNISnEO
OO Rooms, with or without Board: grate Are, bath
and gas; also Rooms for light housekeeping; moderate
terms.
QQD STREET. WEST. 303.-HANDSOMELY FUR
OO nlshed front Boom, with Alcove and Bedroom.
with Po ird, for gentleman and wife or a family, con
venient to Elevated Rai.road ; bouse, table, locution and
attendance first class.
QL* WE'T TENTH STREET.?A PRIVATE FAM
OO lly will let. with Board, a very desirable front
Room; terms reasonable.
QA EAST TWENTY-FIRST STREET, NEAR BROAD
OO way.-Handsomely furnished suit of Rooms, wlm
liberal table mid comforts of a rcllned home; also one
square Room; references.
A 1 EAST NINETEENTH STREET.?DBS1BABLB
T-l well furnished Booms to rent, with Board, suita
ble for families or gentlemen.
A 9 WEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?HANDSOME
T-Second Floor. wi:h bath, to let. with or without
private tabie. to a family or party ot gentlemen: also
other Booms: unquestIonsbla references required.
A r PARK AVENUE.-ELEOANTLY FUl.NISHED
rr') Booms to let. with excellent Board, at this hand
some private residence on reasonable terms; references
exchanged.
C A WEST FOURTEENTH 8TRKKT.-HANDSOME
fj'T Suit of Rooms, southern exposure and private
bath, to rent to gentleman and wire or -ingle gentlemen,
with <>r w ithout B( ard . lefurence required.
LEXINGTON AV NI K. NEAR l W ENTY-FIFTH
?J") street.?A nicelv tarnished front Koom, with or
without Board; email American tamily.
QC> LEXINGTON AVENUE.?A LARGE, NICELY
? /Zi furnished alcove Koom. stove orgriteflre, serond
flour, front, and two large Rooms on third floor, with or
without Board s private tamllv.
1A- WEST TWKNTY KIRSl- STREET.?LARGE
JIU'J Itooin. with small l oom adjoining next to bath,
lor lamilv or gentleman and wit#, wi:li Board; also two
hall Rooms tor gentlemen or ladies; terms reasonable.
1H7 vvr;sr forty-first street.?a private
LU I family, owning house, would rent o few Rooms
to gentlemen, wi'h or without Board; also an Offloe for
a pliv.-ielan. I
lOt EAST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET?TO LET,
L^Ht with Hoard, twolaige. nicelr furnished Rooms,
southern exposure: references given and required.
1 no EAST TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET.?A PARLOR
I Suit and other l ooms, with or without private
table; ltooms well lumishcd, to be let siualy or eu suite;
terms low.
TOO WEST THIRI Y-SECOND 8TUEET.?TO LET,
J.OO two nicely furnished Kooms, on first floor, for
gentleman nd wnc board for the lady only.
IQQ WEST F0RTY-KI..8T STRU-.T. BETWEEN
I ? Broailway nn I Seventh avenue.?Nicely fur
nished Rooms to let, with Hoard; all modern improve
ments: terms very moderate.
~IA1 WEST FORIY-KOUBTH STREET, BETWEEN
J-Trl Broadwav an 1 Sixth avenues.?An elegant Suit
of Rooms, newly furnished, ?.n second floor; private
table If desired; appointments first ciass; only a few
se.ect boarders received ; highest rcterenecs.
143
EAST FIFTEENTH STREET.?NEW PROPRI
etors; handsome, sunny Rooms to lef, back ami
front, to gentleman and wite, party of lour or family of
adults; good, plentiful tab e : house newly done up.
] i'li WEST TMRlY-FOURTH ST HE ET.?TO LET,
l'J^ with Board, in a private family, one or two
handsomely turn shed Rooms; al.-o a F.ooin suitable for
doctor's purposes.
1CI1 WEST FOURTH STREET ?TO I ET, IN A
J.O L sinail, comfortable hoti.se, a cheerful Room, or
Room ar.d Be l room, furnished, $3 io $o per ween, or
with Board.
"I QO WEST TENTH STREET.?TWO OR THREE
lOZf very pleasant. nicely furnished Rooms to let.
with l!o-ird; private family, good location, and tcrmi
moderate.
91(1 EAST FORTY-EIGHTH STREET.?A LARGE.
iiL'l handsomely tumishe.l l:oom an I hall Room to
let. with Board, in a private family.
Ol'J EAST EIGHTY-SECOND STREET.?A PLEAS
wlO ant and nicely furnished second story front
alcove Room. fire nn;i ga< and .tii home table; also
hack Parlor, furnishc.: or unfurnished, with or without
Board; ili>> comforts of a home guaranteed.
s).;(i WEST IHIHTV.EIUimi STREET.?HANI)
? sonclv furnished i: 'n let, singly or en
suite, with rlr,-t class Board; ter ns mudeiute; references
exchanged ; parties doirln? hotiic ? on:lor;s.
<?Zfi *"isT rniRrY-Fouivrii street.?a small
tJ'/lt private family will li t (un ified, with or with
out Bonrd. a nice Koom on R.nmd, also large front
Room on third floor.
?J') 7 WEST THIRTY-FIFTH STRKET.?SECOND
? )?>! story front Room, sunny exposure, with excel
lent Board, tor gentleman and wife in private family;
also one Room for geiitie,;.en or la Iv.
A RESPECTABLE JEWISH FAMILY HA8 TWO
very lame well tarnished Rooms, with all con
veniences. to let, to single gentlemen or married couples,
v Itli or W itbout Board. For particulars addreis CLEAN
LINK'S, Herald Uptown Branch olflrc
AN ELI.OAWri.Y FLRNISHED PARLOR FLOOR;
also suit on third floor, with private table, in pri
vate family: reference. Appiy, after in a. M? atlli)
Madison avenue, near Thirty-flftli street
Board.?cosey furnished rooms, but no
simile ones, io rent, with Hoard; furniture, carpets.
Ac., the bust; not a large boarding house Zll East Thir
teenth sir, et, between i 'ond an 1 fhlrd avenues. No
childr n taken, reference-.
FBURNISHED ROOMS TO I T-Wiril OR WITHOUT
Hoard: also a nice Parlor, suitable for businets.
Inquire nt 1.2W UrotMWay.
IlIGIII.V M UNI HED ROOMS AND ,-UITH AT
.It Grand l nioii Hotel Fourth avenue and Forty-first
street; dining ro ms >-upplied with be-t the market* fur
nish; prices moderate. g. i . a w. i>. UaHHIson.
ROA It II AMI LODGING WANTED.
BOARII WANTED- IN VICINITY OF I'NION OR
Madison squares, l y gentleman, wife and daughter,
aged 15 private lan.r.v s r. t< ired, mu t statu terms. ?c
coiiimndations and iM?ret. . Address i?. G., box 2,'MO
Post office.
W'ANIED? \ PLEASANT BOOM, WITH FIRE AND
TT Hoard, for a m.irrte I la ly; a place where no other ;
hoarders are taken' Ideation between west Fortieth and i
I-m.v-ninth stre-? . terms not ; ? exceed per ;
Address box Iaj Ucrald l.ptowu Branch oiboc. J
HOTELS. I
\ -280 NRAT. CLEAN, LIGHT WARM BOOMS, I
At 25c., 35c., ?'c. and $1 per Jay: gentleman ?nd i
families. Frankfort Mouse. corner l-ranatort ana WU
itaiu streets; open all night I
tli-STRXL HOTl.L, 25.1 ('ANAl. HTRKET, PORS'- B !
) ot i-.ltu, one block east ot Broad way ?Good Room', I
30c. and 75c. per (lav, $J to #4 pur week, open at all j
hour-.
I CARLE'S HOTEI, CANAL STREET, NKAR BROAD- !
A way.? .Single and double Room* with Board, lor '
the winter, at low rate*: Ar?l class lahle and uccoiumo- j
elation*; transient pr.ee $3 per day. (
fl RANT HOUSE, 48 NhW BuWERY. BLOCK SOUTH
IJT Chatham square?WO cican Rooms; uo bug*; sin
gle Room*. SO cento per ulglu. double Rooms, $1 and
$1 M. Open all sight.
XTEW ENOLAKO HOTKL-W) BOWERY, OOMN
i\ Bayard street; AW lleUt Rooms. neatly furnished,
4 c. or SOc. per night, (2 io $3 per week ; lor gentlemen
only.
COUNTRY BOAKu.
Hudson river.-board FOB winter; kink :
locution; thirty mi:iutes out. five front depot;
terms low. Address COUNTRY, (tpuyteu Duyvll. Call
at No. 7 Park placc. 12 to 1.
WlJfTBR SBSORTI.
Royal victoria hotel,
asMO. N. I'., Bahamas. T. J. Porter. Proprietor.
For tuli information address J. I ID'JKRwOOD 4 CO.,
75$ Broadway. >. V. steamers sail ever? two weeks.
TO LET FOK iq'Bl ft i-jSS PCKPOSRS.
/ 1IIE A P BUILDING ON~ WEST BROADWAY fO
* J rent or lease, sul'ahlu for smith's shop nr light man
ufacturing. JAMr.S PRICE. 201 Hudson street.
JI*OR RENT?WITH OR WITHOUT POWKIl, LOFTS
and store", fot manufacturing purposes. Apply to
Engineer, on premises 175 Hester street, or a. T.
Mhi Eli, St5 Leonard street.
rpiJK CORNER STORE NO. 2G0 SOUTH STREET, TO
J let or lease. Appiv on premise*.
TO LET?BASEMENT .VI SIXTH AVKNIE, CORN Kit
Thirtieth street, suitable !or oyster snloon, plumb
ing ami gasfutmg or barber suop ? rent moderate.
rpo RENT OR LEASE-ALL THE LOFTS OP THK
1 six Mor.v store No. 2> Beekmau street, running ,
through (185 teet) to Spruce street; good order; tino
light; near new I'ost office; power ean be had.
JAMES PRICE, KM Hudson street.
dwelling hoi sts TO let.
kuril islctl.
A magnificently FURNISHED. FINISHED AND
hunt new lour s;orv high stoop small brown stone
Dwelling, near Fifth avenue ana Central Par*. to let,
low. V. k. m'evhnso.v, jk.,
31 East Seventeenth street, or ii Fine street.
A? FURNI u -D HOUSES ON AND adjoining
? Fifth. mndison nnd Park avenues. Murray Hill,
Ac , at reduced rentals. V. k. stevbnson. Jr. .31 Kant
Seventeenth street. or 11 i'lne street:
]/i<>r RKKT LOW?LARGE HOUSE, 14 ROOMS. ki R.
1 uished, on New Jorc.v ontral it.iliroii.l, Hi hours
frmn New York, two iii1;6m iroin depot. Address AL
bkitT voorheiis. mi lit tone. N. J.
rpo LET?FURNISHED, THRKE STORY HIGH STOOI*
1 brown stono House; immediate possession; rent $.'00
per month. Apply on premises, ltd West Fortv-ninth st.
TO LET?a NEWLY AND HANDSOMELY FUR.
nished House in a desirable neighborhood; also part
of a tiou-e, on Forty-flftb street Applv lo E. A. DAIlEY,
6ss Sixth avenue.
qinn PER MONTH WILL SECURE UNTIL MAY i
I "u u verv desirable three storv high stoop mouse,
corncr ol Lexington avenue and liny-ninth street; full
s.o.'k of Coal and Woo i an 1 some f urniture, .to., will
be sold verv cheap. Inquire of HoM -.it morgan, So. 2
Flue street, or of r'. Z1T. t.LL, 1.02(1 ihird avenue.
1],- EAST kighteknth STREET.?partly KUR
.liu nished and in Perfect or ler: immediate posses
sion, Apply to autemas H. holmhrf. 11 Pine street
cnlurnunco.
A -TO RENT. UNFURNISHED, THE FOLLOWING
? desirable Houses:?no. 243 West 22d at., three s'ory
high stoop. 25 feot wide. $1,800; No. 227 West mil st.,
threi story high stoop, rout $1,500; West 25lh si. lour
story kr.ulish basement, $l,30u; 313 West 221 st., double
House, 45 rooms. $4,0 0: West 34th st., brown stone, law.
$2.im0; Wesl 14th st., very large, near 5:h av., $3,b0;l.
JAMES k. edwards, no, 69 West twenty-Uiir ! street.
House no. 119 lisroy . trkkt to runt-mod
ern three story, with extension; all Improvements;
in good or er; possession at any time ; tent $1.3511, Also i
several other small uouses on west side, all in good or- !
der .rent trotn $000 to $;*oo.
JAMdS price, 200 Hudson etreet
FURNISHED ROOMS ANU APARTMENTS
TO LET.
A' ?ONE FUBNI8HED ROOM-FIRST CLASS PRI
. vate bouse- man and wile or two gentlemen;
every comfort Call soon, 21 West Ninth struct, near
Fifth avenue.
AT 38 T15STH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE.?
Elegant brown stone House : rooms singlv or en
suite, furuismd or unturnished, or partially mm lulled;
terras very moderate.
A WIDOW WOULD LET TO A PARTY OF OENTLE
men a suite ot furnished Rooms, largo and small,
with breakfast, It desired, at US West Fourth street, near
Sixth avenuu.
A WIDOW HDY HAS ONE OR TWO PLEASANTLY
furnished Rooms, witi every convenience; suitable
for gentlemen and wives or parly of gentlemen; light
liuu.ckecpnig it required. No. 35 Bond street
At so amity street, near fifth avenue.?
Elegantly furnished iront Parlor; also large front
Room, second floor; hot and cold water, gas, bath, Ac-;
terms very low, Indeed.
A PARLOR FLOOR-THREE LaROE AND NEATLY
furnished rooms; cloets, hot and cold water, gas
and everv comiort; also a uit 01 two Rooms and lurgc
single itooui. 133 Last Eighth street, one house from
broad way.
AFtW GENTLEMEN CAN' SECURE ELEOANTLY
furnished Rooms, communicating or separate, on
reasonable terms lor the winter, at 59 West Ninth i
Street, between Filth and Sixth avenues. I
IpURNISHP.D ROOMS IN A PRIVATE FAMILY??6 I
Irving place, near Clarendon and Westminster Motels
BURNISHED FLAT TO LET AND FURNITURE FOR |
x sale.?One of the very fines; and lightest Flats in New
York, elegantly earneted in Wilton and body Brussels;
flat; furniture and carpels entirclv new; only otlc.red to
rent tiocnuse the advertiser's lauiilv. who were to have
returned trom Europe this month, will remain abroad
through tne winter. Address 1'.. box I8> Herald oflloe.
l/URNISHED ROOMS, with EVERY CONYEM
r euce for housekeeping, to let. to respectable small
families. 91 Macdougal street,near hleeeker.
FURNISHED-THREE rooms. HEATED, $11
veealy, or two, S3; flails heated, S3; two Rooms,
lor hou-w-keeolng, S!>; upper Room, lor ovo. #4; Recep.
tion and Beilrootn, L-as und fire, $7; quiet honse, 1116
fca?t Fllieenth street.
IpOR A SMALL FAMILY?A UIT OF FIVE ROOM -I
1 nicely furnished; every convenience for bousekeep
Ing No. 9 Junes street, near Sixth avenue ana Fourth
siroct.
Handsomely furnished front rooms, .-ec
oud floor, 106 East Eleventh street, near Fourth
aveuue.
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-AT
the hevere House, COti and 60S Broadway, with pas
and running water, from %3 to $10 per week, to persons
desiring rooms lor the winter.
TO LET?FURNI8HBD PARLOR FLOOR, WITH IM
iirovemenis. In a private family. No. 3B West Thirty,
fifth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rciur
ences exchanged.
rpo LET?FURNISHED ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
J housekeeping; also single Rooms for gentlemen;
furniture entirely new. Apply at ;i00 West Twenty
filth street.
2kl BOND STRBRT.?A LARUE ROOM, FUR
nished, to let tor light housekeeping; has every
coiivcinciicc other Rooms-.
"1 .1/\ EAST NINETEENTH STREET.?ONE HAND.
l-iU some Uootn oil second or third tloor to let to tirst
class parties, with all home comforts; second door irom
Irving place; tii--t class neighborhood.
"I <*<( WEST roc MM STREET, IT BAR sixth
1I)U avenue.?A young widow lady lias handsomely
lurnisned Rooms to let to gentlemen and their wives or
single gentlemen, with all the modern improvements.
QI \ r. WEST TWENTIETH STREET.?TO LET, FUR.
OI/iJ nisliefl, one lar.e Room, on first flw ulso
other Rooms throughout the house, ' tillable for house
keeping, terms moderate. Call tor two days.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APART.
MBKTI TO LET.
A?TO LET. THE FIRST FLAT OF HOUSE NO. 385
, i bird avenue, between Twenty-sixth an I Twenty
seventh streets, all improvements, to small family; rent
moderate. Apuly in ottlce on premises.
4 K1R-T Fl/OOll AN 1> BASEMENT To LET?ALL
y\ tlie improvements. brown stone house fine. Itealfhy
location: rent $35. Inquire on the premises, ill) West
Hfiy-flfth street,
A HANDSOME PARLOR FIRST FLOOR IN PRI
v te bnill high stoop house; painted walls, hlgii
ceilings, hot and cold waier, nice yard; a.l In first class
order ; rent only $;7. At 412 Wet Fortieth street.
"I.1 REN OH FLATS TO LET?AT NOS. ; 07. 309. 311 AND
r 3^8 l an Seventy-ninth street, grand entrance to
Central l'nrk; janitor on t>remises, owner, notthwest
corner Madison avenue and Sixty.sixth street.
N'O. 429 WEST FORTY-THIRD STREET,-TO LET, A
French Flat on second floor in a new brown stone
bouse; location first class; rent low.
Reduced kentm.-mrst floors and rase
inents: also desirable Apartment*! $25, $3^, $3'., $40
an J $?u; also Fiats. WALTER W. MOMTAOUK.
Elgnih avenue and fwenty-flrst street.
TO LET-A THIRD FLOOR IN A HIGH STOOP
brown stone h.iiue, all modern Improvements. In
quire on the nreriise> ,No. 334 Bast Thirtieth street, near
?-eeond avenue, or to tho owner FRANK OTTO, No- 130
Third avenue.
rpo LET-APARTMENT*, ON FIRST AND FOURTH
1 floors, in rear, house No. ws West rnirteenth street,
with p>rry convenience. Inquire within, trom in a. m.
to ? P.ji- __
rpo LKT? SECOND AND PART OF THIRD FLOOR,
1 in hoti*e Si King street ; rent moderate per month.
Inquire on premises.
I^O LET?TO A SMALL FAMILY OF AOUl.TS, A SKC.
ond Floor in house flu ??t rh'.rty ninth street; lo
cation unexceptionable; reference* exchanged.
OQ WBST TENTH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVE
OO nile, elegant house.?Room*, singly or en suite,
mi I urn i'.had or partially furnished if desired. Terms
very moderate.
A Cil) RBOOMK STREET?TO LET, FIRST FLOOR
'?1)4 and Masenient in ttiis first class building. will
lie lcteneap to a good tenant. Ar ply 'I. 0. PfcDDtit,
ArooK, Countable A Co,'s, 90Sauai street.
WALKS AT AUCTION.
^SSIQNEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the District Court of the United >
States tor the Southern uistrict ot \ In bankruptcy
New Vork. 4
In the matter of Richard Keeping, bankrupt.
'I he undersigned Assignee in bankruptcy ot the estate
and effects ot the above named bankrupt hereby Civet
notice tliat cm Monday and iueeday, Hie 2 d and 24tli
daysof November, 1971. at II o'clock In the forenoon he
will sell at public auction, by h. u. Ballev. auctioneer,
? t the r-tore 1.^57 Broadway. recently ocenptod by :he
said K.cliarl Keeping. the stock u! k'oods belonging to
the above mentioned estat<\ conslstin.; of a ricti nnt!
elegant siock of Watches. Jewelry, Clock* and Bronzes;
also one large outside ilock, Iron time*. Show Cases,
Counter*. Gas Fixtures. Ac. M. V. CABLE.
Assignee in Uankruptcy of said Bankrupt.
The show Ca>e?, safe*, outsfdo Clock, Ac., will be aolri
at 12 M., Tuesday.
The attention of the trade and those wanting to pur
chase goods tor the Holidays Is particularly called to the
superiority ot this stoek ot Jewelry, a greater part of
which is .8 enret, none le.-s than if, and alt of ft aolid
(fold. Mr. Kiepinu-was In business on Hroadway. next
to Waliack * theatre, for i8year<. and had the reputa
tion with the trade ot bavin,' the Quest and best selected
stock o? Jewelry in ths city.
^KT SALE.
MONDAY F.VKMNO, NOVEMBER 2S,
at the Art Rooms, 817 Broadway.
MARBLE "soijLPTURK.
The most important coil"ction of Sculpture tn Marble
ever offered lor sale In this country, now on exibltlon
a: the Art Rooms,
bv the celebrated artist* Marshall, Wood and Ranob;
also by the American artists ives and Turk.
ihe Messrs. LfiAVTrT. Auctioneer*.
A?JKRE JOHNSON, J!!? AUCTIONEER.
? Furniture, Merc.hundise and Fine Arts .-alesrootn,
37 Nassau street.
Real Estate Deparlmunt. 21 Park row, New York.
On TUESDAY, at lll>i o'clock, at the salesroom ST
Nassau street,
larea quantity of assorted stationery. Note Papers. En
velopes and Blank Honks Also, same ilay. at ll o'clock,
Imported Hrecch-loadcra' imported Breech-looderal
Just received per steamship Russia, about 40 of the
finest, breech-loaders', also 1 dozen Muzzie-loaders.
On WEDNESDAY, at o'clocx.
PEREMPTORY SALE. BV ORDER OP AN iMPORTEB,
OK PINE BRONZES, LADlEa' W RITING ?;ASES.
WDrtKBoXK IIANDK KROHIKF BOXES,
Toilet -ft*. Travelling Bags and Satchels, Dressing
Cases, Curd stands, Card Receivers, Inkstands, Shawl
straps, Games, Cards, Chess Boards and Men. Watch
Cases, I,'HI) Sets of Jet, Clasps. Buckles, Breastpins, Ac.:
i>oi! Collars, Pistol Flasks. [>?ndwtch Cases, Parasols,
Umbrellas, 'tobacco Boxes, *c.
'ilie above will be soU In lots to suit the trade and
others.
Art.
Important sale
of
fine mode n Oil Paintings
ol the American, Krench, English, German and Italian
schools, inc.ny ot which have never tief'ore been exhlb- j
itetf in (his country. Among the above will be lounu
fine examples of the following celebrated artists:?
Lcutze, E. Moron, C. W. Knipp, II. ?>. Young,
itonfielo, Pecrus, Vernier. David col,
i.c Kay. uddlngtoti, Knell. Morris,
J. F. Herring. Clare, Bentley, Brooma,
Kate (Irav, De Lcuw. Price, Veres,
Louis Lclvlr, Pattini, liuariabas and Motilinet,
including liuariiubas' great Pi ture oi
"Sir Peter nml Ladv Teazle."
and Pattinl's celebrated Picture of
".lie Knights f^tory,"
anJ many others.
The above are now on exhibition and will be sold at
auction on
t RIDAY and SATURDAY. November 27 and IS,
at the Uallerv, No. (JO Liber.v street,
a: U o'ciock each day.
EDWARD SCHENCK, Auctioneer.
AT SOMERVILLE'8 AUCTION MART, 74 UNIVER
sltv place. I
HUU.-EUoLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, MIRRORS, '
PIANOS, AC. i
ROBERT SOMKRVILlE will sell to-morrow iTnesdoy).
November ?4, at his sa esroom, 74 University place, cor- i
ner Thirteenth stroet, at 10^? o'clock, handsome House
hold Kurilituro, consisting of mantel anil pier Mirrors;' i
velvet, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets; rosewood. Mack i
wa nut and gi t Parlor ults. in brocatel and reps; black I
walnut Idning > nnirs, in leather: tine carved Extension '
Table, black walnut itud rosewood Bedsteads. Biwcaus
Commodes, Wardrobes, Tables. Bookcases Sideboards, !
sitting an i standing Desks, Cottage nils. I tail Chairs, '
Hat Stanus. Cornices and Lambrequins, Turkish liugs,
Hair Mattresses. Feather Beds, bolsters and Pillow*;
Kitchen Furniture, Ac.. Ac.
ALSO,
if not previously sold at private sale, three fine French
plate Mirrors, with corulces, complete, in first class
orler; sizes 12 feet by 3 leet J Inches. 12 feet by 3 feet 5
inches, 11 leet by .> lect 4 inches.
Auction sale.-positively this
(Mondav) morning, at o,clock,
tlie property of a private family,
at the private residcncc 103 West Twenty-eighth street,
near Sixth avenue. Over 7fi lots useful ilouseiioltj Fur
niture, Carpets. Curtain', magnificent Grande Oucliesse,
Marie Antoinette si vie Parlor Suits, In s.uiu brocutcl and
rep: brilliant t noil 7>jj octave Pianoforte. litageres
tables, l urkiah Furniture. Paintings, Works of Art, rose
wood and wa.nut Chamber suits, iresi-lng Case*, bed
steads Bureaus, Mattresses. Library and -itting llootn
suits; Hilling anil Servants'Furniture. J. KRAbM.-R,
Auctioneer. By order of W. P. Klcliarils, Esq. Kespon
silile meu in attendence to cart and pack goods lor pur
chasers.
Auction notice?by lure fitzgkrald.
tlcgatit Household Furniture
at public aution, 1 HIS HAY.
Over 4 0 Lois by catalogue.
600 yards velvet, Brussels an l Ingrain Carpets,
THIS (Monday) MORNINO. commencing
at li? o'clock, at private
residence, 120 West Tivcntv-thlrd street, near Sixth
Parlors consist
magnificent rosewood Ktageres, ~'j octave rich rosewood
Pianoforte, best city maker; latest styles Inlaid Parlor
suits, covered in satin brocatel, Ac.; inlaid Centre
Tables, Caolnets Jar lmi'ies, gilt Tables. Oil Paintings,
imported Bronzes, ornamental Clock, Ac.; Chamber Suit,
complete; solid rosewood and walnut Bcds.eads, Bu
reaus. Dressing Cases, 20 curled uair and spring Mat
trersea, 1'lllows. Dining room?Sideboard, Extension
Table, Library and side lable, Turkish Chairs, Ac.;
Lonnaea, Hall Stand, Ac. Sale positive.
HhNRY ?. McDuNNijLL, Auctioneer.
* UCTION SALE-COMMENCING A I 10 O'CLOCK.
i\. Positively THIS MONDAY MORNINO,
ut tlie e,legunt private residence
21U West 2Dt st., near 7th av.,
rich Household 1- tirnitiirc, two elegant Pianofortes,
d'TEINWAY AND DECKER A BliOS.,
7H octaves, printed guarantees; Parlor suits, in rich
K t tin and brocatcl; gilt centre and console Tables, Plate
Mirrors, Curtains, imported Bronzes, fine Paintings,
Clocks, ornaments, library. secretaire and dwart Book
cases. library labb'S, Writing Desks Turkish suits, isx
tension Table. Uuffct, Dining chairs, r-livcrwsre, Crock
ery; rosewood and walnut He.Nte.ids Dressing cases.
Bureaus, Washstunds; 3< hair aim spring Mattresses,
leather Pillows, Toilet sets; rep, p ush and haircloth
Suits; Uall stand au I Kitchen Furniture.. it Brussels and
ingrain Carp ts. Ac., Ac. N. B.?sale positive. Take 7th,
striur'Jtli avenue cars. Competent men to pack ana
snip goods, city and country.
ROBERT C. CARHIN, Auctioneer.
A UCTION NOTICE.
A UENitY ZINN, Auctioneer,
sells THIS AY,
at 10% o'clock,
ail the elegant Furn'ture in private residence 21 East
2dth st, near Broadway, viz. Bosewood Pianoforte,
four round corners; elegant Parlor and Bedroom Suits.
Oil Paintings, Carpels. Minors, Curtains, Clocks, Bed
steads Bureaus, Svardrobes spring anil Hair Mattresses
and everv article necessary lor housekeeping.
ACCTION?MORrOAOK SALE
*ot 'he first cluss Furniture, Ac..
on this dav (Monday), at the private mansion 36 West
15th st, near . th av., lo.'j o'clock, superb suit Draw
ing Room Furniture. Etngercs, bookcase. Paint
ings. Brumes rosewood Plauoiorte, carpets, Mirrors.
Clocks, Bureau-. Bedsteads, Wardrobes Mattresses,
Blankets, extension Table, liufiet. Chinaware, Cutlerv,
Glassware silverware. Linens naacmeut. Kitchen Fur
niture. MARl'INhs A CO., Auctioneer. By order Leo
Ammerman. Attorney tor Mortgagee.
BY .IOMN II. DitAPhlt A CO., AUCTIONEERS.
The Delaware, Laclia.vuuna and Western Kallroad
Company will sell
50,000 tons .-rranteii Coal,
at public auction, on Wednesday, November 35, nt 1J
u'olock noon, at :6 Exchange place.
SAMUEL SLOAN, President.
Y* W. ?. MITCHELL, AUCfloNEEr1?MAN UF AC.
turer's sale on acconti; ol removal.?THE i.\UN TON
SiLVi.lt PLATh COMPANY WILL SJil.L Al' AUCTION
al their salesroom, No. 4 Maiden Line, d.illv, uuul further
notice, nt 10 o'aiocit .v. M.. their entire Stock ol elegant
Silverplated Ware, Talie Cutlery, .Vc. l'ne attention of
the trade, bote! and restaur iui proprietors is called to
this sale. By order ol Tili.iton Silver Plate Company.
John H. sWain. Treasurer.
B~' f J Of. LEVI A GON. A U CT It )NEE?tS?6 F KIC E 7S
Bowery, will sell, this da.v, ut Hi); o'clock, at 021
Third avenue, entire Inrue >tock and nnn Fixtures of
first class cro -',\ery store?vli., chtnawarc. l-amps and
Glassware, Fixtures an.i Showca'es. Positively in lots,
without reserve. Dealers invited,
/ 1ROCK!? RY.?HENRY LOTZ, AUCTIONEER."WILL
\ -ell, Monday, SoverotuT '23, u o'clock, complete
assortment Hridgewoods. Limoges, Hockin^liam Ware
and invoice O'aifwar1. wltliou res^rre.
WI..LIAM A.NDiiUSON, 10 College place.
DUTCHESS COl'NTY FARM FOR BALE.?THE POW
ers Farm, one mile Irom Sharon Station, on the
Harlem Kallroad. nnd two miles irom Amenia village,
will bo sol.I at puhlic auction, in said village November
25. 1S74. al 12o'clock. ihi< tnrin contains 262acres and
Its excellent soli, pleasant and healthy location, new and
elegant buildings fruit and other improvements and
never lallins springs ot water make it the most desirable
tin in for lis size in r.astern I'utchcs.n. The ?aie is s lorred
one. The terms will be ten per cent cash and lilt ba.ance
April I. IV,5 flic farm ran be divided into two (arms of
181 aeroseac'r, one of which will contain line buildings
suitable tor gentleman's country seat, and the other a
comfortable iiirm house. EDWARD POWERS,
Defendant In Partition suit,
F. CORNELL, AUCTIONEER, WlLL SELL, AT
hu "office. In Scott's Bulk!lugs TartderbUt's Landing,
staten Island, on Monday, November 23, 1874, at 1 P. M.,
two valuable tracts of Staten Island Property, part of
the estate of Hon. Samuel II. Frost deceased.
One tract Is ot abont 12 seres on the Mngcrboard road,
In Southfii ld. opposite property ot It. W. Cameron, hsq.
One tract is ot about acres on the freshkill road, in
Wesifield. adjoining the estate of the late Maior C.
Brlttoti.
I his sale Is a verv advaiitajeon* one for Investors, ai
It is ntiso nte, In order to close an estate, and two thirds
ot the money may remain on bond and mortgage for six
years.
l-or lurslier particulars Inauire of the Auctioneer.
TJENRY B. HERTS, AUCTIONEER.
household fi'rniitki~ carpets, mirrors, ac.
ON MONDAY, NOVEMBi.lt 23, AT 10M O'CLOCK,,
AT ND. 2H ST. MARK'S PLACE. ElOUTH STREET,
consisting of Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Mirrors, fins
French walnut and tfilt tractut * hamber Huitu, Kept and
?iice i'lirraui"* and Cornlccn, Hair and Hpring .Mai
iMiiJi*, BeUdiaK. Tttbte and Bed l-Hi *n. ru#cwood
property of a family
IALEI AT AUCTIOW,
T8AAC WOLF. AtJOTIOW EE R. -M TERS * Ca
1 sells this dsv, at UIH o'clock, at 17 Bowery. lartte a?
Riftuieut of farcy wood*. gentlemen* Lnder sluria,
rawer* 12duien fine white Hliiri*. Hosiery; also lot
Of men'* ana boy's Clotbtng. togetherwith a lot of
Household Furniture, Cookfrg f-tov,-*, 4o.; will be sold
without reserve to the highest bidder. sale positive.
r H. DRAPER, AUCTIONEER.
* American Diamond Drill Company.
fale of Patents, Diamonds, i'nnneling Machtno, talc
and Office Furniture, uncer direction of Vernon 8.
Brown, Receiver.
In pursuance of an order of the Supreme Court, dated
the StU day of November. 1S74. will be sold, at pnblU
?action, at the rlakof the purchaser, by JOHN H. DBA
PER 6 CO.. Auctioneer*, at the Exchange Salesroom
111 Broadway. In the city of New York, on the 24th day
of November, 1874, at 12 o'clock noon of that day, nndet
the direction of the subscriber, the reoeivcr named it
these proceeding*, the following described Property:?
All tho Right. Title and Interest ol the American Dia
mond Drlil Company, a corporation incorporated pursu
ant to the law* of the State of New Tork, of, in and to
certain Letter* Patent of the United State* and the In
ventions and privilege* secured thereby, issued in <lo*
lorm to the said corporation and to certain other par
tlea, and thereafter assigned to the said corporation for a
valuable consideration, which letter* patent are desig
nated and described a* follows:?
Reissue No. 3.690, bearing date the ttth day of October,
A. D. 1809, signed by William T. Otto, Acting Secretary
of the Interior, and countersigned and sealed with the
seal of the Patent Office by Samuel S. Fisher, Commis
sioner of Patents, whereby one Asahcl J. Severance wai
granted, for the term of 17 years from the 14th day of
July. 1863, the tull and exclusive right aud liberty ot
malting, using and vending to others to he used, a cer
tain invention, which Is entitled in said reissued letter*.
putent, a new aud u?eiul improved rocit drill, and a de
scription whereot is given in lUe schedule annexed to
said reissued letters-cutout and making a part of the
same.
Also letters patent No. 91,795, issued toonoJohn Norm
and William T. liolt, ioiutly, tor improvement in rock
drilling machines.
Also tetters patent No 131.306, bearing date the 24tn day
ol December, A. D., loTi, signed by B. C. 0 , Acting
becretary ot the Interior, an.t countersigned and sealed
with the seal ol' the Patent oitlce by M. 0. Leggett, Com
missioner ot Patents, whereby the American Diamond
Drill Company was granted,' for the tertu ol seventeen
years from the 24th day ot December, 1S72, the cxciusivo
right to make, use anil vend a certain invention wnich
is entitled in sunt letters patent. "A new and usctut im
provement in machines lor drilling rock." and a de
scription whercot is given in the schedule annexed to
said letters patent and makuut a partot the time.
Also certain Ien.ers patent of thi- Kingdom of Swedes,
on or about tho Uth duv of August, 1?73, issued indue
form to oue John North and one Millock, and
thereafter assigned to the said American Diamond Drill
Company.
Also any patents or letters patent ot the Republio of
Mexico which have been or may hereafter be issued to
the said American Diamond Drill Company, or to any
person in their beha f. in consequence of an application
lor letters patent lieretoioru made to the patent office ot
the Reunlrtirnf Mexico, throu.'li one John hoc, whose
name Is to the Keeeiver in these proceedings unknowa
Also a certain contract, dated the 1st day of July,
1873, and i he inventions and privileges secured thereby,
between cne W Hum K. Man fey and the said American
Dianii.n'.l Drill Company, in reintlon to the making,
manmacturing, using, selling and licensing others to
make, use ami seil n> others, certain rotary engines, the
invention ot said Manley, and which .-nut contract was
recorded In the United .nates Patent Office, in Mber
W.I6, pacre -47 ot Transfers ot Patents, on the 6th day of
July, 1873.
And thera will also be sold at the said time and place
all the right, title unit interest of the said American
Diamond Drill Company ot, in and to certain diamond*
and to a certain tunnelling machine, held by one J.
Pearson as collateral security respectively lor two
notes, oue lor $5,ooo and the other for $1,000.
And there will also be sold ut the same time and place
all the right, title and Interest of the said American
i'lamotid i rill Company of. In and lo u certain Sa.e and
Office furniture, now in the lormer offices ot tho said
company ut No. 61 Liberty street, consisting ot certain
Partitions, Carpets. Loug Desk, Kulllntr, Letter Pre**
and Stand ana Newspaper Ruck and Files.
VERNON H. BROWN. Receiver, 84 Beaver rtreet
Mabti* A Snn. Attorneys for Receiver, 50 Wall street
Dated Niw York, Nov. 9, 1S74.
J P. TKAVEK. AUCTIONEER.
? Mortgage sale on Monday, November 23. at 10K
o'clock, at ,'-7 and#) Great Jones street?84 large ana
small Mirrors, 10 elegant ("locks. nne lot of Crockery and
china Ware, splendid inilct r-cts, stone Ware, large lot
ol i ooklng Otcnslis. 4 stoves. 1 Sideboard, 1 best hair
Mattress, small lot Furniture. I Brussels Carpet, Ac.
OEOBOE W. FKObT. Attorney tor Mortgagee.
TP. TRAVER, auctioneer,
? will sell on Toawtay, .November 24, at Wf o'clock.
Furniture of a large tour storv private residence, Amity
street, near sixth avenue. Piano, parlor, chamber, din
ing room am', kitchen turnituro; Hrus^'ls ami ingrain
Carpets throughout tne hotiso: Oilcloths, Pillows, Mat
tresses, larfre lot flne Bedclothes, lu Stove*, Pictures.
Crockery, Tables Cutlery, Cooking Utensils, Ac. Full
particulars morning ol sale.
ORTQAGE SALl4~?^. MKRMAN. SHERIFF'S AJIO
Oencr tl Auctioneer, will seil this aay. at 11 A. M_
at No 9 Albany street, the Contents of a barroom and
boarding bouse, consisting of Bar. Mirror. Ice Box, Tf
bles Beds. Bedding, Kitchen Utensils, Ac.., Ac. By ordfll
of Mark Lanigan, Attorney lor Mortgagee.
PAWNBROKER'S sale.-THOS. J. M'GRATH. AUO
tioneer, lr8 Chatham street, corner Mulberry, will
sell this <1av, at 11 o'clock, Men'a and Women's Clothing,
Drcsees, Shawl-, Remnants, onllta. Blankets, Bedding,
Furs, Boots, shoes, Ac. : aiso < oats, Pants and Vests. a*
order P. Ganley, Division str?et.
PA WNB Ft OKE R'S S A LE. ?J ames AO A It. ADO
tioneer, 90 New Bowery and 9 Oliver street, will
sell this day. at 1 o'clock, 5!)3 lots silk and other Drcsse*
Broclic and Woollen Shawls Sacqnes, Remnants, Table
Linen, Blankets. Quilts, Underclothing, Ac.: also Coata,
Pantaloons mid Vests. By order M. Bruckheimer, Oran*
street, Williamsburg.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE.-R. FIELD, GENERAL
Auctioneer, .salesroom No. 89 Bowery, will sell thla
dav, at 11 o'clock, CJO lots Men's iird Women's Clothing,
Dresses, Minwls, Retpnants, Underelothing, Quilts,
Blankets. Beading Bodts, shoes, Ac.; also Coats, Pa till
and Vents. Bv order M. Wehrbach, Grand street. N. B.?
Ihcsaie of Men's Clothing will commence at 11 o'clock
?harp.
Richard Walters, auctioneer.? gro
ceries?Marshal's Sale-Will sell Monday, at II
o'clock, at salesroom, 27 f.ast Broauwar. chests of fine
Teas and boxes ot Soap. Coffee, Sotces, Pickles, canned
Fruits, Vinegar, Cocoa, Chickory, Counters, Glass Caseai
iron sale, Jo. Also lot ot Settees an.I Benches.
DAN I lit, A. MUitPUY. .Marshal.
gUPREME COURT.
Ti? Central National Bank
cl the Ciiy of Now York
Against
Alfred P. Edgerton.
In pursuance ot a decree made and entered lu the
above entitled action on the 18th day of November. 1874.
I, the undersigned referee tn said necree named, by A.
,1. bieecker, son A White. Auctioneers, will sell ut pub
lic auction at the KxclmnKe Salesroom. No. Ill Broad
way, in the city of New York, on Saturday, the 28th day
ol November, I8<4, at 12 o'clock noon of tnat dav.
One hundred and ten Shares of the capital stock of the
Fort Wayne Gas Light Company.
Datku nkw Vobk. aov. ik. Ii74.
PI1ILO T. RUGGLES, Referee.
Marti."* ixn Smith,
Plaintiff's Attorney*.
10 Wall street.
HERIFF'S SALE OF STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A
Root and shoe Store ?S. HERMAN, Sheriff's Auc
tioneer. sells Monday, November 23, at 11 o'clock. No. IS
Bowery, the stock and Fixtures of a first class Boot and
shoe Store, consistin ; ot Hoots, Shoes, Galtei*, Rubber*.
Slippers, Brogans, Arc.: alotoi emptv Boxes, Ac. Also
at I o'clock, at 391 Eighth avenue, all the Fixtures, con
sisting ol Counters, i hairs. Tables. Mirrors, Carpets. Aa.
WM. C. CONNER, sheriff
M. J. McNai.tr. Deputy.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF CLOTHING. SHIRTS,
Drawers, Hats, caps, Ac.? S. HERMAN, sheriff's
Auctioneer, sells Mondav. November 21. at 11 o'clock, at
No 13Bowery, a general assortment ot ready made Cloth
ing. Shirts. Drawers. Caps, Hats, Umbrellas, 4c. Sale
Positive. Dealers invited.
1 WILLIAM C. CONNER, Sheriff.
CwtatM McXvt,rr, Deputy.
S~ HEitlFF'S SAf,K.-S. HERMAN, SHERIFF'S AUC
tioneer, sells Mondav. November 21, at 11 o'clock, at
the southeast corner ot Tnird avenue and Fortv ninth
street, the contents of the Wine and Eiquor Store ot Hugh
McCurmack, consisting of u tot ol Liquors. Ale Pump. Ac.
WILLIAM C. CONNEB, sheriff,
Tttowxs Mc^ritnow, Deputy.
William witters, auctionekr-will sell
this day, at 434 Canal street, at 2 o'clock, a large
assortment oi Parlor Suits In brocatel, rep and hair
cloth ; Lounges, extension and p am Tables, ('hairs,
centre and fancy Tab.es. Dre-sing Bureaus, Bookcases,
French plate pier, mantel ami other Mirror*; elegant
curied hair, spring, exeeisior and common Mattresses;
leather Beds, Pillows. Quilts, Comforters, Sheets, Ac.;
also fine velvet, tapestry, Brussels and tneraln Carpets;
Rugs, Mattings, oilcloths, l>e-,ks, Stoves Range*. Crock
ery, Glass, Wood and Tin Ware; Kitchen Utensils, OU
Paintings, Engravings, Ac.
AITROLCNBY.
European clairvoyant tells names, shows
likeness, causes marrlug". 60c. to $1. No. 150 West
'twenty ntth streeu
friiE MADAME foretells ALL YOUR LIFE:
1 brings those separated together; recovers stolen
property. 20s ihird avenue, near Eighteenth street.
MBSDICA h.
?DR. AND MME. GRINDLE CURE ALL COM
plaints; 25 years' nractlce. I J) West Twenty-sixth <t.
A?MME. RES i ELL. MIDWIFE SINCE 1810. NO. I
. Kuai Hity sccou I street, tlrst door from Fifth ay.
-DR COBBETT, physician AND SITRO&OX
since IMS. ?ConeoUKtlon confidential. 2im: sntre si.
TTENTltiN !?1W NTY YEAR > PltUS-IAN HOS
pilal exporlence, Dr. M. JACOBY, liil ifieecker st
A.
A.
A
A -DR. AND MM",. VAN BUSKI3K, RESIDENCE
. No, 154 East 'iHth * .. tmtvenW and 1,-xm ;;on av*.
A -MME. RES I ELL, MIDWIFE SINCE 1840. NO.~
? East Hlty-second street, tlrst door trmn Fifth ?v
C10N8ULT DR. OR MME. WEST.-ALL COlTpLAINT?
) cured; advice tree. 45 Bieecker near Broadway.
MMK. WHITE, DOCTREHS AND MIDWIPB?gtrfliv
curc Buarauiccd. oittuc 9<i stautou at., uc? Ludlow

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