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IIFJ.P W AHTBH-PKM he*.
fi r typhi two sM ART SRW KNOI.AND WORKING
W worne- n a faialtv ?rtwe, keepteg a thaa aertaal; eaa
ami the nmtavwork . tho other eooklae .mil ?Hb>
Cjr Add' with U. A llaral.l ullWc.
tlrANTEI'?TWO GIRLS; ON12 AS PLAIN COOK AND
ff . in washing Hud IroBlng. and the other aa watt
Mi 11.1 aaaiat tTith in.' chauib.irwork, lhav must be
(,, , un or ? ?diolt, apaak English and h- ?l>I? ? to
a,,.' , from former I'nijSoyara Apply at 57
pltl Nu Hr.ni.Ift. .'er??y i- tv. uear the farry
MTyHTi'P-t WET K! KM WITH A FRESH IIRKAST
?T Hi .A, bent refeunM ro'tuiroil. Apply tt 1W W?i
?u. i:
U- vm ;i_,j PERSON EXPERIENCED IV GETTING
np ib? for children's cloak* and <uin ll-tRAlTX
I C" . . an ! i:o" Greene tt.
II' AV'TI -A STRONG GERM AH GIRL TO DO OEN'
TT erai i.nnaework at 1H7 p n> a*.
tl'A.N El1? V UO'iD PLAIN COOK AND WASHER
II ai?. roue r far lnur iu family, aag.it lit, city re'er
Pice re.p i Apply fruui eight till twelve o'clock at 11U
Waal <fith at.
IITANTI D?A VOl'KO GIRL TO DO GENERAL
ft bi i. ork one knowing Iteav to cokLtvaaiii an.I iron
?an .ppP at 221 Wert 14th between tha hours of 10 and
IJ o'clock M iii.od rpt'ereneea required.
W VN'TED?TWO FIRST CI A His WA1iRRMRKS. ALSO
TT ala.,nilii.? for u large boarding houae Apply iui
ttedUtel) , 37 Wtn 1 lth st., uotweon Nth and Oth avs.
II' ANTED-A TOt Nil WOMAN WHO M A HOOD
TI c ?. "in. id ami waitrvia , mmt bring beat city refer
tnoe. Apply ?t 18W*?t nui at.
VI' ANTED -1V A SMALL FAMILY. A NEAT ORBMAM
TT ,r . .. ri-u girt. for gencriil liouaew rk must be a good
?a.-, k .. Ii .id undent and plain cooking. Call at
Nu. $0 Ei. ; 1H> . at.
W'i.NTKD-A Vut'NO HIKE, WHO LIVES WITH
Tt iirr pari nta o u. ? vicln ty of 23d t tad Madia on av.,
locum' ? at . -re for . child three or four hours per day
AiJdro . " k. H., alalion 1)
Tl'AN IKP <''ii.oRED GIRL As oilAMBKKMAID;
\ ? in-; ; mnli r?;and In ning tnd waahiuc . m>?d rofcreucea
(vi ic ,n.-.i. !;. lire at No. 157 Sooth Otn at., Brooklyn,
12. I) net ? i1 A >1. and 1J M.
WITAN"T&D?A GOOD COOK. APPLT AT ell WEST
tt
IC.t.V ENTKEL LADY CAN v \ ASK I(S, To IN
Tt ri o -el - l.i -lining Noudlu-tliraader, f.o all sewing
mack.. an make If u. $1 to tier day , no rink. Call
at .1.5 Headway, rrout 1.
??llLK.S;
? one
week or. .Mmoi n il )> N'lyl'K, 7l"8d a/, between 11th aud
iJlh so
TI'AM* EXPERIENCED WATHT PIN's'li;
TT ii-.. o s. to ap.ii; uiUttaa fully comtn'ient Call fur
IV AN :. >?A V vs.. .SIR! To tS.si.-T IN i.KNKKAL
T? . . rk go niu'kt. Apply at Mmo. DE
CoKLOdA s, l(i| ban goth at., corner of 4th av.
WAN'1 " SMALT YOUNG (SIKL KOK (JhNERAL
Tt ko'- ? ore mm; he a good wialier and iinner In
it'llr- at a .-.: d*tn .-t.
WASi: SMART CTRL TO DO GENERAL
TT li >. i? i' a small family. 1.4 Rutgers at.
ll'A.V '' l.UXDRKRS; WAGEs. $10. Apply at
TT -ii? ... t.
U'.VS."iii' '? I'd CLASH DRESSMAKERS. AT dRRU
tV . .. .. . i. b'tli m MS!'. II. TOl .1 AS.
WAN: pMART AMERICAN LADY. WITH
Tt sit.'..- ,n indention*, to an.rwarearrerpandauta
Hint tou . . I. 'M pl-Mannr otfise kualri.-.a; wasea from &i
to $1" n -i?? 11 good retrraace- rccjuimd. Addree... with
own ha. . ?? tin,, giving name and addreaa, S. L. U., Herald
I'pt ? r- ! m. i ?" ?
"I\'a ; . . LADt TO I'AKK THE ENTIRE
TT to . . ' ? Mil! departiuent In a private dre nn ik.og
houee 1 ci in, are c '.npeteut and wlio have held .i
fimllur | mil n tad apply
Mate. DONOVAN, No. 8 East IHth at.
WAV" c:kst ciahs Hands cor ladies'
TT hair he- li.e ami italrwork. Apply at 71.1 Htk av.
W'AN n Hi KM A.N SIKL l'O DO HENERAL
TT lion : refi cr. o required. Apply ut 11 Attorney
?t., betw< - ?; Hrunt! r> '.-loo -is
TT'ANTED?IN A I'iiviffi FAMILY, .A U1RL A3
T* cm Ar.i.ain and Takiisi a:, 1 good so war Apply,
With city rrf re:, . it ",g K-?i . ..l et.
AV
'ANTEI ? -MALT YODNO GIRL FOR GENERAL
ho -'Trcnoa roq*Ir>"l. Apply at 2d Hank at.
TXTANTJU tERMAN GIRL TO DO GENERAL
TT ho- irt in small American i.nuily. Call at 'JM
TV cat ?- ? ' * A M.
TX'Kl n. ? ' WANTED?FOR A BABY ONE DAY
T? Id. ?. n; No 310 West 23d ?t., between SUt aud
9th avs
A(\ IH I I'l'r NT ?A HERMAN. SWEDE OR NOR
" ?' w. .. - ii-Uunilr is ir to do general houaewerk.
CallW**?- .. r.i. IU Oelo"k
3ri\ ~i ? 1 ii anns wanted first class
? >yj ut-' km ? WECUSLifU, ABUAIlAM x
COLLI.V - 4 rii.u 4i? \vc?rth at.
A
81TI ATIOSS M VNTED>MALE8.
GENTLEMAN 4,-,I oH GOOD ADDRESS. KOK
mulv *? i] ' T rartncr IS vufi in n nia.T,ufwctmricum
|u;'in .1 N v Ekgland riling*, w .ntd lik' An . iigagc
iu?r t b> -.mi !1 rt i clank concern where reputation ami ability
nr? valt.cd. ret p.- . n, ni >re than compensation. to b- coa
aidaro.l Aiti. i i? B H. B . Providence, K. I.
A BOY YEARS OLD, Oi ItKSPEUTABLE
1'ic r:' wt.i has a good education in Engli-h ami ?t-r
Ttnsn. wiai-e? a to nation in a whulerale honaa; clothing pre
ferred. 1.. jcii* o' L KC'iiDKLnll Ki M, 44 Wlilte at., up
Main
Apr or: al waitebman, late .steward and
-loile' ! ? twelve yean, familiar wii!. all tin: ,lu
tlea anu ' glily rc-vgnmetid" I. desires a anitable engage
brunt AL! \ or, - E**t lltli st,
AS* I rTK'.v WA.NTED-BY A Y01.N0 FRENCH
man a :* r best refer.?nee. Call on or addrca* U.
W Q bo * J ner -t room 4
ATT.: N Man, JUST FROM KNOLAXD, DESIRES
a aJinet.- u . dan muke lumaelf generally useful at
traiterman . ? tr.e -tablet. B. LEWIn, IBS G rusty at.
Astt' a : ion wanted-bt a young lad,', as
a arte arm to Btake himself naefnl: not afraid of work :
ririt- geod ? l-oT or German. Adrlrcaa WAITER, Herald
fHoe _ '
AMY :>? DESIRES A HmATlOjr AS SECOND
crv rurtar ? handy m*u in a hotel or re-tauranl. Call
or addm- for *.t-s#e days a: SO Henry at., banomcnt,
AFKT.V tlMAN AS riRST CLASS WAITER IN A
pr la g"*>d re'? ranee ft-om lAat placn. Ad
der-a rt .ox i !l Herald Uptown Branch office.
A Y' i "NO FRENCHMAN, SP BAKING ENGLISU,
J\ rr a i attei y- lat.la wn tor In a private family.
Cat at I > 1 ' r*?. 1H East .13d at., Mate. Young
* ' I . I'D MAN WISHES EMPLOYMENT AS
If It. ? mik hlmMlf u??ful at anything;
rafcreut ? .-,a?ira?? B., 17 Went iL.u?ton ?t
AFlR.nl l.ASS MAS t'rOK WANTS A SITf'A
tier. r. I -ear . jfan' rr boarding house: Orat clan:.
ref=,?i. - add a*, i-* West ?Hh at.
4 I-VT ' Yi 4R- )!' AGE, KESIDINO WITH HIS
oi per- ?? ?-r..",r- a ritiiartoti in aome whole**!* house
whr.i* b- -nr. t. ?k. t sal! useful and learn the buainew.
ACUlr--- ,n I N. Herald Uptown Branch offio*.
AK;r T - < OLORJD WAITER DEFUBBS To
h-? . -? ' r, Ir 1 family . [a perfectly willing to giro
gaud city : * '.-J :i II H., bo* lSl Herald Uptown
rancl ? < ? e
4 ,r' M AN lrf,AIRES A SITUATION AS
- pr .are istrlly or boarding lionsa; is a good
wait-r t,i ; r- renca*. Apply at S9B E?si IkHfc a*,'city.
A ; gj red van . '(ok wants a sithatio*;
?aY. not* ? i...a-(]>i ... ,o -.- prafarred : nnqnoAtiori ihle rr.
ercm - - ;r* i king r.nri managing, t all at or eddrasa, for
tii.-ee dav> ".a: - Vt, -t; g.t ft.
A yOl.N'l Man wikhes a r it cation to work
J\ \n ? i i vat< on#e or b<**rflin?; ts ?villlng to make
him -ell 'ire:;.. \.lUre??J 'rt T . I? Waat 47th at.
A MEBICAE WAITER. BXPERriNCBD AND INTEL
Jt\ Inr-rl pmaf, tingle, h de-l.ou- ,.| obtMemg emptov
m-ul hl--nest character r-l-r-n.-r. Address AMEBICCB
bos I In I:.- slid I piow Urani li ailce
\f AilH'i'.I* MAN, Gri.V - WISHth A HITUAIIDN
lrl a- ? j. k ,r. hotel. " '? tu ><?' c boarding bunse , -.:.der
Manda Hri kinds of It-eati III .t -irving; neat city reference.
f sli.it address R'i IHt i-' .n (? . raata ir.?nt
CIT' .IT!', N WAN TED- IN FIRST CLASS WAITER Is
O a pr rat- fnmiltr by a Krenelinurn spc iks ii.-rm;i? atlj
Enalist thcr/ ighit experienced; relerencas. Ad?ir*sa
<11 KRAN t 3?f Wet 25th at.
Y?' i ITT- FIRST t LASS. IN HOTEL. RBST.U P.AST
r? n' rhi i hoiis* ? illlnii t u work and obliging. Aiitre-s
>, it . l-r? I.. li'-ridd Uptown Branch office
\y \stk: \s agen1 y is toi liquor trade,
r? ... m tiel- ,,.?d iri connection with it. Address
B IE. n- ?. 1Herald office
41" - r. 1 ^ SITUATION, BY AN INTELLIGENT
" . tiiati. at anything where he can make hinmsilf
gwu--s i ?... run mode rata, good refferenca. Addrati
(J. A- B i I r ! ,;d -I..
VI rvr.f. -A ri ATION AS Bi I LEK IN A PHIYATE
-1 r bj r respectable y ing man; heat city rafer
Addfr - I. 1. . box lT.i H-raJd 1 ptown Iiram.ii office.
?n,
VlrANrr It?UY A OLORED MAN. A SITUATION TO
s tfcritlainnn or to take care of a pair of
c N, |ii! West 24tk at., top floor.
Wan.-'d-ry A t-skpcl man, to attend fur
.* 0- d,,r ol "h. winter at a moderate price. Ad
dtcse v .,Ki ;M hi Wait Pah el.
\\'AM< ?A -ITUATION AS BARTKNDKH. BT A
"t tan. rrbii haa f'-n,* caper..-rr.-c in the huslirsaa
p ,r Apply to or addreta V.
1,") .v ' V r'T IA no"D KRT'*C" WAITER
s",T ? ., ' im- , ,,. T'* V family. good rolar
A ' ' VA"- A'U D All, a iK GOOD KDt'cATIO'
VX'ZICI ' 'kvk""inFb^?" i'-iMli?!
mn\ M uiiiif Nth' re may b?! turned to *r.mint Afi.ir#?
I- i * I- ' Hera.d I ptC- . Branch offl.a. ' A<Wr*
AN 1" " L1.1GKNT VOl Nil Man ~or^~PRsMA,
jY at..*, .orre.t at tlgur, s, want* a situation t f
(lev ? , Ui reference f.ral ciasf Address M h , ,
II. r .14 ' .. Branch o?l ? ?. J
1 V>l NO MAN AGED 27, DESIRES < IT aTION
J\ In a tataii dry goode or fancy good- si-re whets he ca'.,
take art< of aonn departments ins beer. ? asl-amaii In a
large lennee fm set... ycxr?;le-t c.ty relercnet A,hires
ST I' IDT Hera.d of ce
Ft f.t .THING KIEMS.-YOU.NG MAN THOROUGHLY
A famliUr with eh sale clothing ..(Bee duties ,s opsin to
at. # ge. ciiisiii held laat poaitl.,a arrcn years . high, at city
rtler-i , Address D, box I bi Herald office
/ t'tRPFSPONHENT WANTED ?I WILL GIVE a
\ i ererenco to * competent man who caa ami will loai a
!????. t, . i id doll >rs, to be mcured on properly entirely In.
depet, !> tit ,,'ib" 'uulMH. Addr*#? A. 0, U, or* ltiu iigtki'i
WRiffik
CLERKI AND 8ALK8MEX.
D
RCQOIBT8.-A GRADUATE WISHES A SITUATION ;
speaks German rcml reference*: salary low ; city o*
ulrjr Addis-* t AXl'llOK. Herald office.
?^LECTION RETURNS TO-NIGHT,
a 1. \IKA EDITIONS OK
THE KVKNINO TELIAKAM
WILL Bil WSI.'RD,
W1TU Till. RESULT? OF
I'ITT AND STATE I'XKi'TIONS TODAY.
PENMAN WANTFD-TO DIRECT CIUOULAHH.
i write, Ao., in a newspaper office; must be t?liU and
good. Apply, to day at 67 Liberty street, room 10.
AS
QITUATtOM WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN
ij bookkeeper or correspondent, who 'in has **?
poi ionc?i i n inn ytleal chemistry best references. Address
X. B. I.., ID-raid office
To HARDWARE MEN ANDOUNMAKKRS ?WANTED
itnmedint*ly, by n evutlciu.ni po?#??*it>tf i thorough
kunwltjdgv of tho British h?rdw*r? nod ?ra? trado, m cor
r*?Mpoiid?ut. mtlofcuiau or other capacity. Atidro** J *t
llernld officii.
AITANTED?A SALESMAN, ACQUAINTED WITH THE
*? uofeiou jobber* and fancy ifeod* Uoudui Auard#* l..
M., Herald office.
W
ANTED?A (IHNTI.LMAN, WITH A KNOWI.F.OCE
.. ol' the In artnee in! rest, one wlmlia ,??' exlei\,v"
tmslue.-* ?Muuiutuiica among 11??* ''rr """ '
eoni|>*BiM of thii elty to rafrtrofeut an e*t*fcl*DUiHi count**?
cial journal Addreta box I'Ort office.
AN TKO?KXPEU1 EN <' K D SALESMEN V Oli THE
. , millinery ami du-.-* cap d'ipuuijiouu. iimmi under
stand taking orders. E. A lORRI'iOM, Broadway* ^
W
w
ANTED-* STEADY, ACTIVE MAN To 1 VkE
< li..r- ul i Im.-iary ..lid gentlemen's furnishing depart
ment ' als ' i Mi ?nil* and cloaks. Mead ? iimtrmM
and good WHi'e. ' ill- riifbt persons. I' I. VN IG IN A CO.,
No.-. ?12Vi a;i.! 'idI .1 it I V , i etwees ttuth and 41 s. -i >
T1TANTKD?A CLERK WHO THOROUGHLY I NDKR
V? at mi- tb.' ratal 1 grocery buuino**. None others need
apply at i-'IA St I. i.
\i'ANTED- TWO K\ 1'KRIENOED El RNITCBE
if sale m *n App. after 1 4. M . to Mr. I'AUKl.li, at
Lord A i a,ior'?, Broadway and 20th st.
COAC'HNnCV \.\i? OAHDEVteRS.
t liKMlKVIAN WISHES TO I'lUS'i'KE A S1TUA
iX, ;t iii to. . i coachman?a Brat digaa i.ian In all raap?<'H?
bonavr. capable and iu lmtrlous. 4,'uil nt or address llo
Ku-t WAtii 11.
4 YOI Nil 114N WISHES A SITUATION AS COACH
AV man .n' t" take c ue of bono.*; willing and ksti.lt;
thoroughly understand* linrtea; good reference Address (J.
0., Uernlii Uptown liranch utiles
4 YOU NO OR KM.UN MaV WANTS A SITUATION AS
. \ first ola? gsrdenei Address JuSLFH S11NEIDEK,
7S Broadway, \V illlanisburit.
A COACHMAN AND GAJKDF.NEH WANTS A 8ITUA
JV tiini?sinul .?; tborouirlili uudentnnda both brunatics;
wi.linp to ntake hinuell traiu'ralh useful, tvif. unnlerato;
best city references AddL.'-v L.. bo* 'J'JSi Herald olTice.
A GERMAN COACHMAN AND GARDENER WHO
dV !in.iei>tani|a Id- brmass; po objection t? tbe aouutry;
low uanes, nine yeartf reference Call at or address 203
East 37tli si.
A SITUATION \V ANTKD-BY A SINt.LK MAN. AS
coMknian, ttnrdenor and n-efdl man; can milk, ' -nd
!'<:rnnca an.l make himnolt useful; waires moderate; stood
reforenea Addr ssC M,, bo* 12 i Herald office.
A SINGLE YOUNG MAN. GERMAN, WISHES A SIT
A uallvn ea eoechman and tarda iter; can milk: under
stands :lie huslM ?>; belt relerence. Call on or address L.
E-, 7s Harrow st.. fin thr -e days.
t LADY GOING TO Ul ROUE WISHES TO FIND A
n far !>er coacliiiiiiii; be i, in every respect a W
liahlenian. ISO Oth av Call durbar the week.
YOUNG MAN DESIRES A SITUATION AS UOACH
man and groom-in a p-lrate fami y; g ??.?! eily refer
Uali on or address T Q-, stable, '> ttn-t 28th st.
t GEN fl.I'.M AN WISHES A SITU ATION FOR HIS
1\. coaebman, a single young man, highly recommended;
two veers' refer nee; uf or country Call on o, address J.,
No lSU 8d av., corner TDtb ?'
YNOACHMAN'S SITUATION WANTED.?A FIRSTUL\.?>S
Protestant - ingle man; understand- gardening: l.ilie
every way useful; city m country; tirst clam reference.
Address JOI1N, box " Herald oBtce.
Q ITU AT ION WANTED?BY A YOUNG MAN, AS COACH
O man ami gardener, thnr -ugbly understand- the '.ii-tners;
not afraid . f e ,,rk ; can tn.Ik If required ; can furnish roter
ciicus. Address JOHN ? USEY, Herald oftice.
NT' \NTKD-A SITUATION HY A GERMAN OF SOBER
Tt ami irnlu-t rlnii" lisbi:-, iiidcrf.' -nd- gardening iiml tbo
-sr.* filers", perfectly. Oal! --n or address A- FRISlvE, 67
Will-nt st., New Vnrk
OQ WEST 38TH ST.?ENGLISH COACHMAN WHO
thoroughly indaistand- bis duties ; single SO years
p>, best city reference Cul! -n or uddress W. W.
HELP WANTED?MALES.
t N ACTIVE, INTELLIGENT AMERICAN, UNDER 25,
?A. ut 61 Lexington sv.. !..r baths and oftleo, w llo ..-an km p
an engagement: also a young Amertcan woman for laflim'
bath -mil wsiLiig.
\ SMART ACTIVE MAN WANTED?IN A Lit>1
vV outdoor bu inesa Apply -it New York Uook Concur
No. 7 Warran st.. fourth floor, after lOo'clook.
I COLORED BOY WANTED-ONE WISHING A
good home tor tl.u winter, t ? wait on table, make fires,
&u., In bearding bouse Tollman's stable, 47 Great Jones at.
4 HOY WANTED.?ONE WHO UNDERSTANDS THE
Jl 8sh and Oyster biisiuesi. Apply to II. E. L.URL, lol
Third avciiue.
FTIRST CLASS AGENTS WANTED TO SKLI. HO
garth's It.irks; r>, i m rly rcproiliioe.l by the Hellotype
plUtses ; not cliiaji or imperfect lmiMtioiis, but abeoltne
fac-aii.ilies of 111. e world famous works of art: tie be?t
agaiiis are wanted to canvn. - the lo st portions of ibe Middle
States; lirsl das- .'lunmiskioiis. Other atten tive subscrip
tion ...:k? in pr-'ii .ration Vpply by o tter or in person to
JAM?..- R. OSGOOD 1 GO., 131 i'ronklin strt !. Boston.
"I i ALL BgY WANTED-NgT ABOVE II YEARS < iLD,
Jtl t" reside entirely in No. I'M West ?8t'.i st.; relcreucel
required.
"ANTED?A RE.-PEi 'TA RLE COLORED M AN AS
ite lamiiy. Apply, with best
?VL-A N T ED-A RESPECT AH
Tf first class waiter in a j rn
citv ref.oHnees only, nt oth u
llrANTED- U YoUNG MAN OVER 22. \DDRE88
YY AVERY, Heralu Uptown Branch ofllce, stating salary
expected.
V l'ANTBD?A SMART A Si; INTELLIGENT BOY TO
TT make i.imaair generally oaefnllu ?n office. Apply,
before 12 o'clock, a; :;} Park row, room 411.
WfAirrED-At omcE boy, kt;kt bb iiokest
TT nr. i Intelligent: aiilary f 100 flret year. Ad 1 resit, in
Own handwriting <).. box 1,838 Por.t ofllcn.
flTANTED?A BOY FUR OFFICE WORK; OWE WHO
ii write* o good liend; none irtbert mo d apply. Ad
drenJ F. ! . box 5.431 Pott office. .
\I'ANTKI>-A ColXWBD MAN Foil CAPTAIN'S SER
T T vant >n board oast iurrey steamer Blake ; good pay.
but only to en experienced family waiter irith I suit ofrefer
ences Apply on boer the Wak- . at the aavy Yard.
TlrANTK D?AN ENGLISH I'OOTMAN IN A PRIVATE
TT fently must luring tht beet referencon. Apply at 4i >
5th a* , corner of 38th at.
\l'ANTED- \ PR AI TICAL MAN U 'Ql- A INT! D WITH
TT the n.otiufn. uro of tar acid-and acetate of liiw At
ply at cTlooK'B Hotel, room 57. from 8 to IDA. M and 5 to
7 P. M.
VFTAMTED?AGENTS TO tNTRODn K THE HI'.ST
TT Milling artlc! In the market; can make from $3 to $3
per day; in. risk 1B8 Broadway, room I.
w
TXNTEI'-AT 21 ITN1VKRSITY PEACE, A SMART
errand boy; g..od r- femnee re ,ulred.
XtrABTED-A janitor, man and wipe, FOR A
tr French Hat house on Le * ingt'm arenue; two rooms in
baeem?nt for service#, Apply to MARK LEVY, No. 77S litli
a*., enraer 44th at.
THE TRADES.
y BOY. 17 YEARS OF ACE, WISHES TO LEARN
? i trad", a a willing to work M nn>:hi!.- fall
addr-ow P KEEOAN 548 West 31.it at , lor una week
T^IR.ir CLASS HAIRDRESSER WISIIF.S SOME
r ladies by the month, also lor halls and p utiaa. Address
l.fj54 2d av., between 65th and Mth its
INIRST CLASS JEWELLER WANTED?A t A,
1 OVER A l O.'S. 20 Meat Houston -t
MAN <UTTER WANTBD-ON LADIES' CLoaKS;
alao good nroaaer and tullora to work on iadiea clonk*.
WRi IISLEK, ABRAHAM A COLLINS,? aud ?5 Won it.
M
ARHLi.RWANThD.-A 1 1RSI < LA >S HAND ON
cai! and "beep work Apply at 13 Astnr place
ryANTKD?A 8ITCATION TO- IUN A -IATIoNAHY
' t engine, t>y a Herman who also "peaks, read) iu<!
writes the Engli>h language, who la a practical machinist
and engineer and ha* had manv years ?x icricnco in the
building aud running of elationery and marine engine*, is
'ally able and willing to keep in re. j.r m n - inery of which
ha tna* bare eh .i o* Atldr.-sa I. ,\ T, , :o ltowery.
II'ANTED?WOOD JEWELLERS ON ETRUSCAN
TT work. Apply t). PBaRCK KFRSll A CO I Bond
?Irnet, room 9, an fharsdajr and Friday at ID o'clock A. M
Ilf ANTED-A FIRST CLASS FANCY BRO.V/.ERj
TT gmel wagea to a competent man Inqnli.-for U ll'
HUKSTON, at the Belmont Hotel, this day from ft to 1 P M.
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ANTED-A mill saw PILE CUTTER. APPLY TO
CHARLES SPRUCE A CO. blng Slug, N. V.
J|T ANTED?A FEW FIRST CLASS TELEGRAPH I
If atriupent makare. Apply v> J. T. MURRAY, ID
Newark. N. J. __
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ANTKD-MLKOTEOTYI'i R-ONE WHO TIloR.
oughly understand* lus basln-aa; one prelerrctl who
i.aa had tome eaperieaoa at finishing. .. nave a ate ad#
sltnittlon by applying to ROBERT KOWELL. Louisyille,
K J
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ANTED-A PERSON EXPERIENCED IN OETTINO
up atyb a for children'? okialta and au.ta.
HARAUX A CO , 130 and CiAOrcene at.
1VAYTED--BY a TvHlVf) MAN, A SITUATION TO
TT learp daruratlve paper hnuglng; ia a eomtnon pap^r
I,anger and a g<>"?l bottas painter Aodr.'na NELSON II AM
MONI), Newbnrg, Orange intnntjr, N Y.
\IFANTED-A PHOTOORAI'UIC OPERATOR; ONE
TT who .'?a retouch n?gittl?e?, Drint and make good far
mtype* Apply at I'fiNDI.ETON'S '<allery, 738 Broadway,
c< uer -t!i #t , or TiO Bowery, near 4th ah
FRENCH ADVKHTISKMKWTS.
0
N DBMANDE-UNR BONNE FRANCA USB (HTSUISl E.
a Boston H'adreaeer a Him T. B. D., 317 Eaet 17th
New York
itwbjepne fillk fiuncaihk, podvant four
Kj n'r de bonne* recomtijcndatloiis oeajre pla.-er enmrna
bonne dVofant s mire-ser eb?? Muia. PLUMEREAV, 983
flth a*. '."t?-en2rtdandS4vl,(a
tllOARg AND TOII\C'<0.
F"'ilu?Ae!Tiriif' AT A IItHOAIN; CI.EAI
L 11 avail,? with ( '?iiinn^tlnit r* Cull ?,?? n
ttAB J U J UaLL $Uu?t. B cttukli /L A'. V
90AK1>EHN WAWTKD.
"1 BLOCK PltoM WASHINGTON SQUAREPLHAS
1 mil furnished llooms, with gi?l Hoard, for families end
single gentlemen . pleasant hum*; (arms moderate. Apply
St 13*1 Maedougul afreet, comer fftml Third
"I BLOCK EAST OF CITY li AM.. ? Kit A NKKORT
J. Ifuuxv. corner William street; 23G Rooms, 23c., 33o.,
?Vic. and $1; geulloniou and families; plenty of bedclothes;
cheap raahurant. Open nil night.
1 LARGE, DESIRABLE, SI'X.VY FRONT ROOM, WITH
1 excellent Board, at a low price; ample clo.iut rootu ; fable
suti .factory; abundance heat home-uiade bread, peatrv, Ac.
till Weat I'ourteenih atrrel.
1 l.tlliiK ROOM I'm I I I M l I II III lAI'.li. T i TWO
1 gentlemen ; term I#! 30 each ; refereucee exchanged
176 Weat Eleveuth afreet.
1 OR 2 GENTLEMEN MAY KIND SUPERIOR \C
1 coniiiiodHli .ua, with Hoard, at No. 23 Weal Thirtieth
atreet- Refereneee.
1 SI IT OF SONNY ROOMS IIV SECOND FI.OOll;
L table and attendance first class; prices incderate ; refer
eitcea exchanged. Noa. 26 and 2M Knat Twenty third atreul,
Madison square.
1 LARGE PLK.ASA NT, WELL FURNISHED HACK
i. I'arlor. with good liberal Hoard, at very low price; brown
atone; central . genteel neighborhood; I nion square croaa
Wam ear* paaa Dm 4oo*. No. 43 Seventh avenue.
I BLOCK EAST OK BROADWAY, 113 EAST
L Twelfth street.?A back Parlor, newly renovated and
handsomely furnished, suit ablo for a gentleman mid wife or
two entloinen, with first elaaa Hoard; reference*.
li; I - I \ TO $2 1'Kll II VY ; $s TO $13 WEEKLY . FINE
fj'tit'i" Rooms, with lirat class table, for famine* and
geiiilumoa Room $1 60 a week. City Hotel, coiner Uroad
way and Eighth street.
9 PLEASANT FRONT HALL ROOMS. WITH BOARD;
a* hot and cold watCT; alao Room, aoltahia for two; toruis
rea onablo. 137 Mucdougul atreet, third door helow Wash
ington Park.
<>!> AND THIRD STORY ROOMS, FRONT AND
aw baik, uuFAble for a family or gentlemen, with tir?d class
Board, from $14 to $22 per week, at 154 ana 156 Wnvorlcy
I'tt'-e.
4) DOORS FROM FIFTH AVENUE ?Til REE ROOMS,
? parlor ii ir; also tiaudaoinely furnished Rult, desirable
for gentlemen; superior table, Ac. No. 7 West Thirty
second street.
>) PLEASANT ROOMS, ON THIRD FLOOR, SINGLY
O or en -n:te, with lirat class Hoard and homo com! Tlx at
very moderatejrricoa, for families or gentlemen. 44 West
Tenth street.
A WEST TWENTY.SECOND STREET.?SECOND
X Hour front Rooms, very liandsomely fbraiehed, aod
other pleasant Rooma, with Board; house and appointments
very desirable; localily attractive; references given and re
quired.
& 4 TO $3 PER WEEK.?BOARD, WITH ROOMS; A
O'fc liica Room, xnltabla for a gentleman or n . iitplo;
terms lew; English family. No. 353 West Thirty fifth at.
4 EAST TWENTIETH STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVE
nuo?Handsomely furnished Rooms, with excellent
Hoard; private tuble if desired; refcroncos.
Mrs. G. T. COKKS.
C DOORS FROM OII.SBY HOUSE.?ELEGANTLY
*) furnished I'arlor and Second Floor ; private Or general
table; prices moderato; references. No. 41 West Twenty
ninth street.
i"TTH AVENUE, 9i-SEVERAL ELEGANT, LARGE
t/ R ims, furnished, on second and third Poor*. with first
class Hoard; also day hoarders; house lirst class la ovcry re
spect; references.
CTU AVENUE, AS ?MRS E. C. COFFIN HAS ONE
t) Floor to rent, witii private table; and also Rooms for
gentlemen.
I~TH AVENUE. 243.?A PLEASANT THIRD FLOOR,
>) with private table, or to a party of gentlemen, without
Board; reference.
-Til AVENUE, NO. 314,?THIRD FLOOR, SEPARATE
'/ Ijr or together and room on fourth, with Hoard; refer
ences exchanged.
ftTH AVENUE. NO. 7B.-T0 LET, HANDSOMELY FUR
? ) a. .hod parlor Flo >r; bath room adjoining; with or with
out private tabic; reference*.
-Tit AND SIXTH AVENUES.?VERY DESIRABLE
? 1 Rooms, on suite or separately, with Board; reference.
SB Wert Nineteenth street.
ffTlI AVENUE ?HOUSE ELEGANTLY FURNISHED;
?) oomplet" in its arrangements; private tables, Ao.; price
1 ??) than f rmerly to accord with the (lines. Apply to K A.
DA1LEY, ."ifH Sixth avenue.
Q EAST THIRTIETH STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND
0 Mad; on Itvonuoa.?Handsomely famished Rooms, I r
gentleman and wife or single geuUemcu, with ttrst class
Board; references exclianged.
1A WAVERLEY PLACE, NEAR BROADWAY.?
I*/ Prioii Rooms, $14, $16 and $20 for two, with Hoard;
It $7 and $0; transient people taken; alio table Board.
$4; house heated by steam.
"I A EAST THIRTY-THIRD STREET - V DESIRABLE
1 " Suit of It-nims on second floor; also front Suit on third
floor, with or without privuto table.
"1 9 I,A FAYETTE PLACE.?TO LET. A FEW PLEASANT
1 m Room-, with Hoard; toble first clas..; prices moderate
1 4 TH STREET. NO. 217 WEST.?ELEGANT ROOMS
A*T" to let. with Hoard, to gentleman and wife and .-.ingle
?Mitlomen ; house first class and unusually desirable ; refer
ences.
MKAST TI1IR1 Y FIRST STREET ? SE( ONI) FLOOR,
elegantly furnished, to gentlemen and thoir wives,
with Board; private table if desired.
1 (4 PERRY STREET. OR ASHLAND PLAGE, NEAR
111 Greenwich avenue.?Large front Room, nicely fur
nished, $14, including fire; also front hall Room, second
floor; location good and a splendid tabic guaranteed.
1 QTII STREET, 124 EAST, NEAR IRVING PLACE ?
JLO Handsomely furnished Knit ot Rooms, second 11.sir,
front, with or without Board; also Rooms fur single gentle
iq WEST TWENTY-SIXTH STREET -MR. I.AOHEN
1.1/ MEYER will accommodate s family of tan or three at
mod rate terms; also excellent tablo Board, full or partial,
by the week.
9ft EAST TWENTIETH STREET, TWO DOORS FROM
Broadway.?Two nicely furnished Rooms, en suite,
southern exposure; also Room on third tioor, liirnisUcd or
unfurnished, witii lirst class Board; references.
01 WEST THIRTIETH STREET, BETWEEN BROAD
? L way and Fifth a-? nuo ? Second Floor, with lirst class
Board; piiv.ui table if desired; reference.
44?>D STREET. 264 WEST.?ONE LARGE, SUNNY
awO Room, with grata Are, ample closet. $14 per week for
two; .lis ? a medium sired fnut Room, large closet, $14 per
week for two gentlemen; tahle first class; reference,
OQD STREET. 116 EAST?A HANDSOMELY FUR- I
ZOnltdied Parlor Floor, with Hoard; also a pleasant Room
on fourth floor; highest references.
9?JD STREET. NEAR SEVENTH AVENEE, NO. 244.?
? ?) Splendid Room-, newly furnished, en suite or singly,
fur genti.unco or families, witii first class Hoard; private
table if required
9f? EAST FOURTH STREET.?A LARGE AND COM
fnrtably furnished front Room aod hali Room on
S' OBil floor."to let, with Board; also one on third floor;
terms moderato.
90 WEST TWELFTH STREET. NEAR FIFTH AVE
dliO n.i"?With Hoard handsomely furnished Rooms,
targe an 1 small, for families or party of gentlemen; house
and table first e! tax.
99 EAST FORTY-SIXTH STREET, CORNER MADU
_ ?' ton avenne (Windsor Block).?Entire Suits of Rooms,
handsomely famished; also others, suitable for families and
gentlemen, with Board ; references exchanged
Ol\ EAST TWENTY FIRST STREET.?ROOMS, WITII
? >1 ' Ho <rd, suitable for "titlemnn and wife or two gentlc
men:references exchanged. .
QQ WKfT FORTYSECOND STREET, FRONTING
OO Reservr.ir Park.?Elegant new house, newly fur
nished; handsome bec.nd Floor, with private table, or with
out board, to parties seeking superior accommodations.
no west THIRTY-THIRD street-newly
Or J P . ni> (1 hand-n-1' lv lnrnl?h> d laru.- Kisnns f,.r gentle
man and wife; al ? di-siralde large Room for one or two gon
lli nten; superior Hoard ; moderate prices
QZ>TH STREET, CORNER OF MADISON AVENUE.-A
ryt ) small family can he handsomely accommodated with
an elegant Suit ut finely furnished Rooms ou second floor;
private table. 214 Madison avenue.
OQ w:> f TWENTY FOURTH STREET-A LARGE
Oo It >ni, witii or without Bedroom; also 0110 other
Room, with Board, all conveniences; terms moderate, table
lirst cities.
ii(i WEST FOURTEENTH STREET-MISS 8UHEM
.). I has a Suit of Rooms, Just vacated, to rent, with
Board; southern exposure. I noxcrpttunable references
given st'.d required.
MKtiVr TWENTY G'-'ONji FT RE! f -SECOND
. Floor, consisting of four rooms, together or sepHrately;
private table if desired, terms moderate; references re
quired.
IDFTSr THIRTIETH STREET.?HEOOSD FLOOR
X Suit and hall Ko o on fourth to let, Willi lirst class
Board; ellgllile parties liberally treated
A ?> EAST TWENTY NINTH HTRB8T.?HANDSOMELY
1?) furnished Rooms, wsh Hoard; private tabic if de
sirod; un suite or singly; rufereiic.es
A r EAST TWENTIETH STREET.-ROOMS, WITH
X >) Board, en sniti and -ingly with first clais appoint
ments; references givon and reqiilreiL
A e WEST 221) STREET.?AH ELEGANT SUIT OF
T'l Rooms, on parlor floor, with ample closets, hot anil
cold water, Ac.; sb'o a Bull on third floor, newly and hand
somely farnisliod, to let. with Hoard . rrlerounes exchanged.
A f? WEST FIFTY FT ILS'I ST It HI IT fiNE DOUBLE
'l I) Room, northern exposure and two single Rooms;
?nnarlor Hoard , parties wishing flrsl class accommodations
only need apply, references.
Alt LEXINGTON AVENUE, BETWEEN TWENTY
'-Jt) fourth aod Twenty fifth stro ;i (Vinfortablv for
nlshod Rooms fi.r gentleman and wlfa or two gcnthimen;
also single and double front Rooms, excellent table; terms
moderate.
A n AND 4h WEST FOURTEENTH STREET BE
J t tweco Fiftli and Sixth avenues ? Handsomely far
iil-lied II mill", en suite or singly; house and table lirst class,
location excellent; references.
A 7 WEST FIFTIETH STREET BETWEEN FIFTH
1 ( and Sixln avenues.?Beautiful lunation nlcoly fur
nlshad rooms, with all eonvenieuces; excullmit table ; prl
vale family; moderate prices,
iQ WEST WASHINGTON PI,ACE. NEAR SIXTH
TO avenue?To let with good subsiential Board, two
nicely lumisbed, large Rooms, on see,mil and third floors.
x (l WEST THIRTY SE< ONI) STREET-PARLOR
T1?/ Floor, with private islil. if desired; one Room on
fourth floor, suitable for two gentlemen ; table first class.
C.4 CLINT"N PLACE NlAR HFTII WKNl'F,
t X'A: Large, comfortable Rooms $14, $16, $14, for two per
son' w.tli Board , house and location lirst class, tahle board
ers accommodated; rcf r:nces (xehanged.
? r? we.ni HLr,ve.is i ii n'fItKKT. ?'TO LBT, WITH
?,)?) H 1 ird, healthy, turnlslied RCi^ps, suitablv fur families
and single gentlemen .terms moderate
r/? WE4T rillRTY NINTH - lit I II TWO LARGE
l)0 Rooms on second floor, together or separately, front
room alcove. Also Irvut Room un fuuttli Hour, with Board.
Islusnraa
BOAHDRRH WAMTKD.
r>/| SKUOND AVENUE.?A PRIVATE FAMILY WIMi
'?W let a large, pleasaut Room, with Board, to a gentle
ini\n mil '.vife or single gentlemen.
(?:r irvinu plage.?a nicely furnished sec
U<) nuil Floor to let, with Board, en suite or singly; pri
vate table if desired, also other Ronnie; prices moderate.
07 CLINTON PLACE -PI.KAH.VNT ROOMS, FUR
0 4 nislied or aufiimished, with good Boerd. suitable for
gentleman and wlft-; el in a smell Ilouuk fur single 1 inly or
gentleman.
1 |lf> EAST FIFTY-EIGHTH STREET?A STRICTLY
I'M) private family will let eutlre Second Floor, with
Board, In llret class hiniae ; references.
mWK.VT FORTY-FIFTH STREET.?A PRIVATE
family will let. with Hoard, to a gentleman and
wife or party of three, two furnished front Rooms, connect
ins, on second Hour.
1 ()Q EAST TWELFTH STREET.?PLEASANT SUNNY
lift' Rooiua, well furnished, to let, with Hoard ; also 11
few table boarders accommodated; references exchanged.
mWEST SIXTEENTH STREET.?FRONT ROOMS,
aocend Door, with Board, for ouo or two gentlemen ;
reference*.
mWAVKRLEY PLACE?FRONT ROOMS, WITH
Hoard; small family ; house clean, with all modern
Improvements; pai tics wishing good board, with homo com
I ?rts, can be accommodated.
1 v>>) WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN
1??) Sixth avumio aud Broadway.?Lady owning her
own Iiouhc, never hefore taken boarder-, offers elegant fur
nished Rooms to gentlemen ur families; lire, hut and cold
water; heat of references required.
IOC WEST TWENTY FIRST STREET.?A HAND
L? aouioly ftirnishcd back Parlor to lot to two adults,
with or without Board
"1*>7 WEST THIRTEENTH STREKT-y-CONNECTINO
1*1 I Rooms for a party of goutleiueu. or singly ; excel
lent fable; roforoiieUH.
mWEST FORTY-FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN
Broadway an.l Sixth avenue,?A desirable Suite of
lt-i-mls, 011 third ttoor; private bath. Ac,; house, table aud
appointincuta flrstcluss; highest references.
149
WAVKRLBY PLACE?NEWLY FURNISHED
Rooms, wltIt or without Board; references.
1 -O WEST FORTY-FIFTH STREET.?FINE BOOMS,
-L'JO with Board, In privnto family; occupied for live
years by lamily leaiing for Europe.
and required.
QQQ WEST NINETEEN!
OOO let, with good Boari
1 1Gs2 AND 1,104 ""^DWAY-HANDSOME FUR.
A PRIVATE AMERICAN" FAMILY WILL LET, WITH
JY Board, seeond story front Room, suiithern exposure;
-am. i)"diu, .Neuoiiii Hiiurj iroui ivuuiii, .???#?? iiiciii t!Ajiti?nr*i ,
also single Room, larger than hall room ; heat, gas, water.
211 East Nineteenth street.
IFOARD AND FRENCH.?GENTLEMEN AND GENTLE
.1) men and wives desirous of improving In the French
language can find nn cxcnllont home In u pl?wi?nnt French
family at 180 West Forty sixth street; references exchanged.
(1|\ | WEST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET ?A FAMILY
ajV/"x of throe persona ami servant can accommodate a
yon 11 glady, to room with their daughter; torms about #6;
references exchanged ?
<)ft/? WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET -ROOMS TO
let, with Board; referoucea given am
909 EIGHTH AVENUE. NEAR TWENTY FOURTH
street.?A pleasant, large front Room, nicely fur
nished; also other Rooms to let, with Hoard; terms mod
erate.
Of AO WEST NINETEENTH STREET, NEAR EIGHTH
Ot'O avenue.?Cheerful,
well furnished Rooms, with
good substantial Board, cleanliness, Ac., at moderate prices;
single Rooms for gentlemen ; house newly furnished; refer
ences.
uru STREET.?ROOMS TO
Board, Are, gas, bath, Ac.; terms
moderate.
nishod or unfurnished Rooms, in suit or singly,
tor gentleman and wife <-r single guutloniou, with or without
Bouid; private table if desired.
A SMALL AMERICAN FAMILY OF REFINEMENT,
having a fine hrov.uslono house, beautifully located
up town, would lot a few Rooms, with or without first class
Hoard; hot and cold water; every convenience tyul homo
comforts: terms very moderate. Address LAMBEKTON,
Ilornlil ofBco,
A WIDOW LADY, LIVING ALONE, HAS NEATLY
furnished Rooms to let, to gentleman anil wife : Board
for lady only. Address M. W., Herald Uptown Branch office.
1YOSTON PRIVATE FAMILY HAVE TWO FINE !
1) Ithoni i. qniel and central, conveniences on same floor,
with or without Board; terms moderate. 24 West Four
teenth street. Ring music bell.
ItHIKTY FIFTH STREET, 109 EAST.
Furnished Rooms to let, with Board,
for families or gentlemen.
rrtllE MISSES ENS W Iff IIS, FORMERLY OF 22 UNION
1 sqiiuro, having taken the house No. 20 West Twonty
tUinl street, have dostrable Rooms, ftirnislied, with Board,
for families; also Rooms for gentlemen, with or without
Board; references.
LfNFURNISltKD ROOMS. FOR LIGHT HOUSEFKEP
Ing, with or without Board; hot and cold water and
gas; convenient to Sixth avenue cars. 110 Waverle.v place.
Z?ELEGANT HOARDING ACCOMMODATIONS;
, best houses, all locations, reduced prices; list free.
II AN KINS' BOARDING DIRECTORY, 28 Wost Twenty
ninth street.
BOARD AM) LODOIXO WASTED.
A GENTLEMAN, WIFE AND DAUGHTER (7 YEARS
J\ of :iucei desire on? larre Room or Ro un and Bedroom,
witli Board, in a good location; un attention puia to an
swers that do not state particulars as to pries, Ac.; refer,
once* exchanged. Address M. B. J., Herald Uptown Brain.li
office.
A YOUNG STUDENT WANTS A CLEAN BED and
Dinner at 0 o'clock for $i'J pur month. Address
STUDENT, Herald I plown Branch oflico
Board wanted -wanted, by a small family
the ground Floor of an English basement or low stoop
1 Ion so, with Board; must I." first class. Addruax, with full
particulars, IE, liox IE-IB-i Now York Post oflic,-.
Board wanted?with mrk and light, for
$HI> per month, for a rcspcctabl ? ladv and child; private
family preferred. Address Dr. WHITE, lis University place.
Board wanted-by a lady teacher, with
Room on ftr-t or second floor, io the vicinity of Broadway
and Forty-t urtli -treet; also owe hall Room, terms for tioili.
Including lire and gas $17 or $1H; rcli-rcncea exching d;
tuitions given ifdestrod. Address M. K. B., ho\ I4U Hcral i
Opto cm Branch oilico.
"11TANTED?BOARD FOR GENTLEMAN, WIFE AND
?? child, ah.>vo Fortieth atrwet, cast side ; flr.t clnc- rcf
orencc gi .en rftid required Address. Mating terms, BOARD,
box I AS Horiild I pt urn Branch office.
TyANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE LADY, A MOfT OF
?? Roams, with Board, fire and attondaueu . eotithern cx
posnrc; in a family wlmra there are few or no other b. aid, r,.
Add re -, with terms and location, E. L., box UB llerald Up
town Branch oflico.
A
VHTU IIESDRTX.
Royal'vicTORU hotel' nabbaJ, Z p., hZ
hama?. will n;,cn November I.?Steamer will leave New
York November ? for Nassau direct. Steamer* will leave
Savannah, lis., every ten days and make the trip in less
th in two days. The temperature of Nassau last wintui did
not riry hut d dr.--. from T2 decs., making it the moat
delightful climate in the world. For pnrtlcmuis addresa
IAHES EIDOEItWOOD. 75S Broadway, New York.
UEBTISTRY.
I SET OF TEETH MADE IN THREE IlOFRS AT
IV. 188 Wost Thirty tonrth ttroct, befweon Sixth and
Seventh avenues, ncai Broadway.?Special moohanlenl den
tistry ; coral robber, roso pearl, whalebone rubber, gold and
plat inn Set i; Plumpers, Regulators. Ac. Take greon car
rroio Grand stnoM ferry , i Sisili avenue cars or Broadway
cm. NEWBSOUUU, l'AB West Thirty-fourth street.
A if'lit. waited on "J Mrs. isaaci
I M ASP It PAYS THE IIIUIIESr I V-tlF PftD Es FOR
?l . Oast off < .'lathing, Carpet*, Ac. Call or addrtaa .Mr or
Mo. MASl'R, 850 Seventh avenue.
lUIOOKLI V KOAHD.
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE fNO CHILDREN),
J.X from Philadelphia, doalrecomfortable and permanent
Hoard in Brooklyn, within n few nilnutus' wmI's of Wall
street ferry; situation overlooking East Rivor preferred; un
un stionable refcr.ncei. Address, staling location and
terms, box 5,691 l'oat ofllce. New York.
HOTELS.
TiAAKLK S HOI EL, CANAL STREET, NEAR BROAD
Ili way ?Board pet day. First class accommodation
for the winter at reduced rates.
COUNTKY MOAKU.
PRIVATE FAMILY. RESIDING A SHORT -DIS
tulice from the city, dMires to havu a iinurud eonplo
Board with them; terms low; house basalt improvc
Addrcss Imx 05 I'ost nfflc".
MOBR isri l WN.?DELIGIITFUL ROOMS AND su
perior Board in a private faiiiily; lu minutes' walk
from station . open wood tires, besides furnace heat; use of
c image. Address box 15 Morristowu, N. J.
A BEAl'TIFt L SET. $3: GUM TEETH, $10; SINGLE,
j\ ft; gas. 5oe.; silver Fillings, .iOc. Examine sped
New York Dental Booms. 803 Sixth avenue, near
sixteenth street. Established 1851, Good work Low
pricos
BHelsIAKDM.
A MKRICAN STANDARD BEVEL BILLIARD TABLES.
iV. with Delaney's wire cushions, solely u.,od in all cham
pionship nod match games; second baud Table- at groat bar
gains, W. If. ORIFFITll A CO., dUYesey street.
/10LLENDERS STANDARD AMERICAN BEVEL
W Billiard Tables. Willi the celebrated Pbnlat. A Cullender
c.uiildnatlon cushions, for sale In this city ouly at 7;tS
Broadway. ?
CLUT1UNU.
ATM MARKS' WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT,
it H 1 Sixth W, line, oppolMe Eighth street, ladirseoa
gentlemen can receive tlio Utloost value in cash lor cast "If
Clothing, Carpets, Jewatry, Leers, Ac. I'lea-e call or ad
dress the number as above. Ladles waited on by Mrs.
Marks Ft",ISO try Hinl satisfy yourselves. Orders to Brook
lyn promptly attended to.
A T 2ff7 THIRD AVKNUR, NEAR TWENTY THIRD
a V stroot? LEON pays highest cash prices for ladies and
?rnUumcn's Wearing Apparol, Ac. , ladles aro waited on by
Mrs. I,eon.
A T 1,27-t HROADWAY, BETWEEN THIRTY-flRGOND
it and Thirty third streets. Broadway price- will he paid
for i i I off Clothing, Ac., by calling on or addressing B.
HARRIS. No, 1,274.
A GREAT demand FROM MY AOENTS FOR
ladies' uad gentlemen's cast off Clothing, Carpets,
Furniture, Diamonds, Luces, camels'half Shawls, Jewelry.
Ladles end gnnlluiuen will i>e astonished at the prices we
pay In cash. Bla ise try and satisfy yourself. Call, oi note
to Mr. or Mrs. AND ALf. 17-s (seventh avenue.
CI LOTH I NO. II. II ERF. *3R BROADWAY, NEAR
' Thirteenth street, pays the highest prices tor ladles'
and gentlemen's Wearing Apparel. Note by mail will bs
prompt ly attended to.
J I'III K.ST PRICES paid FOR LADIES' AND OEN
tlemen's cast off Clothing, Carpets, Jewelr}, Ac , it
new establishment, sixth avenue. M. ISAACS,
<
Et'R?PKAl MEAJIHinPg.
rU'NARD LINE?B. AND N. A. R. M. 8. If. CoT ^
v r notice
steamer.* r'.'iT 11? ,h# eh?ncM of aotlision the
thenar ' Ue Uka * cour? Tot "u of
R.'it! from Queenstown to New York or
t^he nor^ .r 4.' m8r'd,an ofr'? ,l 4S ?""?"?*.
n??""f0 <"o??iuK the meridian of 50 at
?dmu vDl?tJ,l"'',,K '?>? north of 12.
FROM NEW YORK KO* LIVERPOOL AND QUEEN8>
gfYTHIi w*f'S0y- J I f?U88,A Wed, Nov. 17
St.om.~e- jlm' 10 I BOl'ilNIA.. ..Wed., Nov. 21
steamers* ao not curry steerage passengers.
Labia passage. $80. $(o> and ^lrwi. g,dd, occordlu?to ac
eominodutioii. Koturn ticket* on favorable terms.
run's Brif^Bi' m ot" ""fA""1 P?1? of Europe at very low
rates. Freight end cabiu office, No. 4 Howling Green
Moorage office, 111 Broadway (Trinity Building).
( CHARLES U._FRANCKLYN, Agent.
l>ASSK.\(iEBS PER STEAMSIIII' ALORBTA EMBARK
City HtS a\1mW Var,'l f??v "f ,lr:Mia "ir,9t. ?loincy
UN1TED aT^fwNMANbLu>vVi*oRoAr!{ TO Q0EENS
Sailing ovcry TUESDAY
rs.i. . s, .. _ m l,ior ?Ju- North Itivcr.
Dakota, Nov. ., 7:?10 X M. | Idaho, Nov. 23 2 I'. M
'svoiislu, Nov.!) 2 I'. M. Montana, Nov.'itO 7 \ M
Wyoming. Nov. id, 8 a. M. | Nevada, bee. 7, .ioonT
Labin. intermediate and steoragu ut lowest ratoa
i repaid tickets at low rat?s.
Passengers booked to ami Irom Parle, Hamburg Norway
. rrK'i,ld' ";aiU"d- -ra:
I WILLIAMS AjDl'ION". 28 Broadway,
oiEiiiAL notk:b._the SPLENDID .MAIL STfTyXD
j * hip DAM.) IA v ills Tuesday, November 2, at 7:3) A.
. ?. 'or /ui'onHioWu and I.m i pool. Superior accoin Iiiiida
ataagTsg"
P??MMI?RANIA.::V.:n;;; I G FJJ.'.HIT.. . .. .... ..Nov 25
Kutaiof juwHjro to Rlj-niimth. London, Cherbourg ilitm
^rnr" Saloon,S0U,l",d W"'u?=
Cabin, second snloou, gold. Si
Stocrago. currency
Kl NHARDT 4 tR> C'. it. KIT' i i A it D ,4 BOAS
ri 11 1 cIK nil Agents. General I'loionrer Agents
01 Broad street. New York. hi ILaoidway? Now York.
ri re at western steamship lwk
J II HKIMTOIj (ENGLAND) DIRECT.
.,, from p,or Kmi" River us follows
rency ^"exciwsHtnTu'k'i't"'$??.d' *'?' $l?: kM*ra?e'
Apply to W. D. M0KHAN. Agent, 70 South street.
U'rHITIi STAR LINE
FOR QIJEENSTOWN Olt LI VK ft POOL
CAHKYINU THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
nitiu,' November if, at 11 A. M.
SuIri vV-ir ..November 18, at 5 A. M.
m/ iaiVic November 2.'. at 11 A. M.
r'Li om November 27. nt 3 P. M.
iniiili ...... December 4. nt!?:'*> A M
From the U hits Star Dock*. pier .2 North lllv. r
Kates?Saloon. $B0, $80 and ?100 in gold; return tickets
un favorable terms. Steerage, $28.
Saloon, staterooms, smoking and both rooms arc placed
amidships, where tho nnlse and motion are leant affording a
degree of comfort hitherto nnattaluabie at ana.
for inspection ol plans and otii?r information apply at tlio
company's office, 18 Broadway, New York.
It. .1. ? OKT1S, Agent.
TjdLECTION RETURNS TO-NKJItT
-EJ EXTRA EDIT I UN S OF
the Eveninu telegram
WILL BE ISSUED
?r,??WITH THE Rli i ETS OF
_ THE CITY AND STATE ELECTIONS TO DAY.
JNMAN LINE?FIXED SOUTHERLY COUBSeT
Itoynl Mail Steamers arc appointed to sail as follows ?
CITV .>|J urm'.lv:NST'JWN ANI> I'JVEUPOOE.
L WI'jKLI.N S/itaratty. November ?? ut 11 A M
r TV )"? US' vf!n"nl''v- November lit! at 2 IV m!
r tv !v g"'"'"')-. Novnmber2ii, at 11 A. M.
S'TY OF ClIESIER, .Sntnrday, November 27 at 2 P. M
! I MONTREAL .Saturday, December t at 0 A xi
and each succeeding Saturday, Irom pier 1.. North Ilivor
RATES OF I'ASSAOIi.
stecr^;;::::::;;;;; ^i".
j)ialtN issued at lowest raten. ' curiect_y
For l abin Passage mid general business apply at the corn
puny soflicj. No. 15 Hroadwa,.
River Sitcer"K<! at iifi Broadway or pier 15 North
JOHN (i. DALE, Agent. !
"VfOftTli UERM XNMsIiOYDT
X> STEAM oil I P LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK
SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN.
A_r?iompftuy'K pier, loot of Second street. Uolmken.
gPER.-, N?v. ? MOSEE Nov 20
SAL Lit. Nov. 13 DKUTSUHLAND Nov 27
or BremenP^s,ttSe from Now York to Southampton, Havre j
First Cabin, $100, gold ; Second Cabin, $dQ, gold; Steerage i
$30 currency. ' I
Itetarn tickets at reduced rstc>. '
Prepaid steerage certificates, ^.'12, currencv.
For freight or pass age uppl.i to
________ DELufCHu A CO,, No. 2 Bowling fiienn.
ONLY DIRECT LINK TO FRANCE.
THE OKnKRAE TKANSATEANTD: COMPANY'S
MAIL STEAMERS Kh'lVYKRN
am , ?,NKW YORK AND HAVRE,
iiie splendid n stole mi tliie lavnrite mute for the Continent
(being more southerly than any other) will ail Irom pier
No vSj North Hirer as follows:?
FRAfff/^1 t' l';"!?ola S"' r',!?y. N"V. 1.1
MsANi E. 1 ruddle Salmdat N'oi 27
LABRADOR, Sanglior Satunln'v Dec' Ti
g/ 'i'i'.^'i i'-ASSNtAUK IX (fi)i,[) (including wlui'1
Tiist Uubtn, $310 to T120, according to auiHimmodatien'
Second Cabin, $72; Tlilrd Cabin, ?4<i
Return tickets ut reduced rates.
Steerage. $2H with superior accommodation. Including ull
nec^finritM without extra charge.
Steamers tuArkod thus do tot carry stoerngo URMMfriireri
?? ^^ ^ Hroadway.
T^ATK)|(AL LINE
?y , 'From j?iors Nop. 44 and 47 North River
r wiry a #OK JUND )N "ntE-'T.
?; rimrwlay, Nov. 4. 9 A. M.
riiIi'vri? Tl.ursilay, Nov. W, 3 I'. M.
'"^^UQiKENHTOWN A??UUM'
EKiN.. ..Nov. ?i. 11 A. M | KdYI'T .Nov. if a M
^?ii 1.1, 4 r. M. j the Ql'MIJN Nov. t?7, :i I? M.
Y . PH. sa^0' ^ HI1^ currency. Ktceraffc at rroatlv
reduced prices Return tickets at rcdipud rate, Prcn dtl
Steerage tickets from Li mrnonl at the lowest rates. Apply
ut the company s office, M) Breiidwuj '
F W. .1. HirilST, Manager.
A N'CHOK LINK. ?
es CARKYINU THE UNITED STATES MAIL
Is..1 III, I*hW VoKK AV" olasoow.
cr v i \ Saturday, November 6. at 11 A. M
n'un iiui Siitmda.v, November 13, at 2 P. M.
C k l IFiikVia Saturday. November 20. at Noon.
H. ,7 ; ? ? .Saturday, November 27, at 2PM
Tj OLAM.OrV LIVERPOOL, LONDOXD.'iRKY
.... ....yiK'.NSToWX olt BELFAST,
diitb u" ' ' ul reaL'y. uccord.ng to n< oommo
.. . INTERMEDIATE, $35; STEERAGE, $28.
Draru iKMiied for an\ nm )unt ut current riuos.
HENDERSON H&Od . Agents, No. 7 Bowling Green,
CTATE LINE?TO OLABOOW. LIVERPOOL, MiMf-ry
... BELT Asf AND LONDONDERRY '
B-sTVA'tf nSl5J,i?ri*N,?; (?;l *???? River, ns follows
STATE n In'oI'Vv v Thursday, Nov. 4
STATE ' oumvr i Tuureday, Nov. 18
. I A TL 01 5IKUIXIA. Thursday. Doc. 2
and every Thursday thereafter. First cabin. $B0. $70 and
$8-1; return tickets, *I2H. Second cabiu, $??.?>; rvtnru tickets,
? $8ij Staorage at lowest rales. Apply to
AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO., Agents,
No. 72 Broadway, Neiv York.
, ?Stoor?go ufliro 45 Bruudwny.
\r?TLr?.rJ?5 STATE LI SB HTRAMsniP STATK
01' I liNNSYLVANlA will pail on Tliursdav, Nov<*tn*
her 4. ft noon, hum Kaglc plor, Ilobokeii, S. .1. finloon nnd
Hecond ( abln piipmkge nt r.-ducod iat?n. Mcoraxr Jtcecunmo
datiom Aral clnit. AL'MTIN BALDWIN A Co.. Ageulu,
?? r. .. 72 Uruadwfiy.
- iv~< ross tho furry at Barclay or Chrlst??phrr utroct.
W,L?.?N }ASK F0R SOUTHAMPTON AND HULL
J,\ *? l nl{ froui pier .VI, North River, as follows :?
n1v aV,Vv,i 'v,v >fr| OTHELLO Dec. 8
EAV AKINO... Nov. 24 | COLOMBO Doc. 22
First cabin. $70, currency; second cabin, $45, cnrreocv.
Kzcurtlon tickets on very favoralde tortus. Tbroneli tickets
tlculors'to "" 1 Baltic ports. Apply for lull par
CHARLES L. WRIGHT A CO., 50 South street
AMERICAN LINK.
Weakly mail steamship service between
PHILADELPHIA AN!) LIVERPOOL.
CALL I NO AT QUEKNSTOWN,
Sailing every Thursday I'mm Philadelphia, and
Hailing evi rr fftdUMty Irom Liverpool.
The following e*#am?rs are appointed to sail from l'hiUdel
DIANA Nov 4 | ILLINOIS Nov. !!'.
OHIO Nov. is I *K EX II, WORTH Die. J
LVANI.V Doe. !)
v. IS | "KENILW
I l'KNNSYl
tSSAQE IN CUI
price oi- passage in currency
Cabin, flOO.
Steerage an<l luteriuediete ticket* to and from all points at
the lowest rule:.
Steamers m irked with a star do not carry Intermediate,
Passenger accommodation,, for all classes iinsiirjiaaeed.
For passage, rates of freight and other information ap
P'* IO CKO. \V COLTON, Agent,412 llroad street. N. Y.
JOHN MCDONALD. Passenger Ageut,
No. s Battery placo, New York.
RICHARDSON, SPliXCK A CO., Liverpool.
N. A .1 CUM.Mi NiiS ,i BROS., gu.-enstoa-n
PETER WRIGHT A SONS, General Agents,
307 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Most direct axti economical roctk to Hol
land, BELGIUM, TIIK ItlllNK. SWITZERLAND.
A?'.. AO., via ROTTERDAM.
Steamer M VAS November It
Steamer ROTTERDAM November 25
These beautiful staamers, carrying tin- United States mail
to die Netherlands, nr* great tavorltes with tin- public.
Trips regular; inteslow; comfort and livingp.-nect.
For freight, . For passage.
FuNcII, KDYK A CO. L W. MORRIS.
?'?O Broadway,
COA8TW INK STEAJIkllll'S.
I> ACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP 1,1 NE_KoR CAM FOIL
ula. Japan and ( lima, Irom pier 12 North River.
FOR AS PIN WALL.
Steamship ACAPUld'o Nov, Id. 12 M
Connecting for all Central American and Pa, II,u norts
EXCURSION TICKETS TO THE CHILIAN EXPOSI
TION AND RETURN,
good till March, IS71I, $301, gold.
OUTWARD TICKETS oNlXfjJl, GOLD
FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
Steamship ORE IT KKPi HLIC Iin.-etnher 1
FROM SAW FRANCISCO FOR Al STRALIA AND NEW
ZEALAND VIA HONOLULU, S. I.
Steamship COLIM.V Wednesday, November 10
For Ireiglit or passage apply at mer 42 North Kivor.
(I. .1 BULLA V, Superintendent.
IjTijR ST THOMAS, LAG U AYR A AND PUERTO CA
A hello, touching at Harci lona and Port Spain on her re
turn.
The steamer CARONDKLET, Captain MrCreery, will sail
from pier ?-"> En t River, on Saturday, November 0.
For Ireigbt and passage apply to
V. U. MALLORY A CO.,
liid Maidm lane.
pM kinost'Tn, j am aTca"aniT?av anilla.
THE PACIFIC! MAIL STBAMSU1P.COMPANT
will dispatch fron pltr foot of ChijkI *troet, North River, for
r,flmi'd port! their sidewhooi MtHntnuhlp
lifc.N It\ CIIAUNCy.,, WedncB'Jiiir, Nov. II, Rt 12 M.
frvr Irclglti or piissnffo nt threat reduced rutM, apply to
_ II J HI LIsAV, Superintendent.
UHW N VSSAU, N. I\?REGULAR MAIL HTKAMHHIP
J1 lino. The iioxt throe d*pttimroi? will bo a? follow*: ?
From New York direct 01TY Of DALLA8, November 4, De
cember 4, from New York rli BnvRiiniiti, (la.. November 9.
For freight or pahww?o apply to MittltAY, l'LKiUa A
A^iJiiU, UJ ooatU
COASTWlSa ITRAHSinP)).
NY.. HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL 83. UNS
? Btsatuera leav# uitu No. 3 North Ri?er at 3 P. M.
HAVANA DIRECT.
cfTv of M?val?.BK Thursday. Nov. 4
StTv v4?i Tuettduy, Not. Ill
ton Thur?d*y Nov. 18
?l?n i?A ?ai? AND NKW OIU.EA.S3,
rrrv IH? tft v I'iFi?*?' '?""M'oachy, Tujdxh and Ts.upico.
s- lr iJA AI*A Tuesday, Nov. 10
Fur fretgtil or pi**?*jro apply to
? A?fc-X AN OR R A HONS. 31 nnd 33 Bro adwsr.
Bteamara will eave New Orleaus not. j, Uee tl lllr
vera Cruz and nil the othor ports.
V"EW YORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MA1I. LINK.?
AN Those flrst class steamships will sail at !1 P. M. from
pier 13 North Rlvor. foot of Cedar street, lor Havana direct
as follows S?
Tuesday, Nor 'J
CIIKSCENTCITY Thursday Nov. 11
For freight or passage, having uusurpaesed accommoda
tions, apply^ (,1Yi)K A CO.. Set 6 Bo wliugGreen.
McKellur, lading It Co., Ageuts iu iluvuua.
rmug LINK FOR GALVESTON, TOUCHING AT
1 Key Wist, carrying the United States mail. The
eteumcr CLYDE, OapiaTn Kcuucdy, will sail Saturday,
November B. Through Bills of ludlug givvu u> all points
on the Houston and Tex ts Central. International aud Groat
Northern. Galveston, HmuM and lloitdersm and the Gal
ve.ton, llarrishurg and San Antonio Railroads. Freight and
Insurance ut lowest rates. For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
(J. Ii. MALLORY A CO.. HKl Maiden Lane.
Or, W. P. CLYDE, t> Bowling Green.
I tor. NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
THE CROMWELL LINK.
The Steamship
GEO. WASHINGTON, Captain Whitehead,
on Wednesday, November 8, at 3 P. M.,
and the
KNICKERBOCKER, Captain Kenible,
on Saturday, November at 3 o'clock t'. 1L,
from pier No. U North River.
Through hills of lading . iven to Mobile and all principal
point < on the Mississippi River.
Cabin passage. $50; steerage. $25.
Apply to CLARK A SE AM AN, Mil West street.
MORGAN'S LINE OF .STEAMSHIPS
fur New Orleans and Texas
will sail every Saturday to New Orleans, transferring Texn
freight there to Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad lor
lirashear, tbeuco per steamer of Morgan's line to Texas
ports.
The steamer KRAKI1KAR will sail from pier 30 North
River, on .Saturday, November ti, r.t 3 P. M., for Now Oilcans
dir *et
fi hrongh hills ofludlng slgnod to Mobile, Galveston, and to
all points on the Galveston, lisrrlshurg an I Sua Antonio,
Ilou.dou aud Texas Central, International nnd Groat North
ern, Texas and Pacific and Transcontinental Kail reads, ml
to lndiunola and San Antonio, snd all points on the GnU
Western Toxas and l'aeiflo Railway, Bruxoa Santiago, Cjr
pus Christ I. Kocknort, St. Mary's and Fulton.
Freight for SL Mary's and Fulton lauded at Rockport.
Lighterage and Channel doer at either Corpus Clirlstt or
Brazos Santiago at tlieexpoo to and risk of consignee.
Freight for Brownsville, Matamoras and points In the In
terior must have conslgnco at llrazos Santiago.
Insurance can tie effected under open policy off. A. Whit
ney A Co., Now Orleans. From New York to New Orleans,
V per cent; from New-York to all Texas ports via New Or
leans, It per cent.
Freight at lowest ref.es. For freight or further informs*
tion apply to ?
CHARLES A. WHITNEY A CO., Agents,
Floy 36 North River.
\i'HKKl.V FLORIDA LINE.
it Port Royal, 8 0.; Fernaridlna, Ma.; Brunswick Ga.
The lasorlte iiud well known steamer llUNTSVILLK,
Chester, master, having superior accomodations for pas
sengers, '.Till sail Thursday, November 4, from pier 3 North
River, ut three 1*. M., to ahovo ports, muking connections
with all points South ami Southwest, via i'ort Royal, the
Florida and Brunswick railroads.
First c a i passage to Kernamlina $3') (XI
First class passage to Jacksonville $22 fill
First class passage to Augusta $20 DO
Through th kets issued to all points South and Southwest.
Steamer MONTGOMERY, Fa rcloth, master, will follow 11th
of November. For freight or passage apply to
IIKRM. GKLPCKK, No. 5 William street.
OLD DOMINION BTMAM3BXP COMPANY,
sailing front pier 37 N'ortli River.
For Norfolk, City Point and Itlohmoud, Tuesdays, Tltnrs
days and Saturdays at 3 I*. M., connecting with the Virginia
and Tennessee Air Lino, Atlantic Coast Line, Piedmont
Air Line, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and with the corn
pony's steam linos to Intel i >r points in North Carolina and
Virginia. Newborn and Washington, N. C. (via Norfolk),
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Lewes, Del., Monday and Thursday at 4 P. M.. connecting
with Maryland and Delaware railroads.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Through passage tickets ami trills of lading to all points at
lowest rates. Insurance to Norfolk, Ac., 1, per cent. Freight
received daily at pier 37 North River. General offl-os, 107
Greenwich street. N. L. MuCRKADY, President.
f | * 11!; PUBLIC ARE IIKRKUY NOTIFIED THAT Till',
I FOLLOWING PLACES ARK THE ONLY AUTHOR
IZED OFFICES FOR THE RECEIPT OF ADVERTISE
MENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE NEW YORK
HERALD:?
BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET.
1,3':.") BROADWAY.
530 SIXTH AVENUE.
Ill SOUTH SIX I'll STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
CORNER BOKUILM AND FULTON STREETS, BROOK
LYN.
TRAYEIJiEaiS' GUIDE.
A." ' A ? A
NORTH SHORE STATEN ISLAND FERRY,
for Now Brighton, Snug Harbor, West Brighton, Port Rich
mend and Elm Park. Boats leave Whitehall street at foot
of Broadway, daily, at C :30, 7 :30, 8:30, 0 :'J0, 10:13 A. If ,
13 :45, 2 :.'10, 3 ;30, 4:3'), 5:5<). B :30 and 7:3D P. M.
Sundays, at half-past every hour from 8:30 A. M.
Fare, 10 cents.
Aster House cars leave Vesuy street for ferry.
?(? It EAT REDUCTION IN FARE HV PEOPLE'S
.. line steamboats to Albany. -State rooms wanned by
steam pipe. Fir t class pn stage only :'I ; passage and berth,
$1 pO; deck passage, *>" rent*; leavin;; 'tail;. (Sundays ex
cepted; at 81'. SI., iro:.-. pi. r41 Nortli River, foot otTanalst,
T?LECTION DAY.?8TKAMHOAT THOMAS CORNELL
I A will leave for New burg, Itondout and intermediate lauil
in..-* November 2, at 8:30 A. M., from pi"r 34 N. It.
ttiall river line to boston,
JU via Newport ami Fall It ver.?The world-renowned
steamer* BRISTOL and PROVIDENCE leare pier 28 North
Hiver, loot of Murray street, deny (Sunday * oxoepted), .it
4 din i'. M. Thrnu li tickets t Id at all principal hotels in
the city.
"PENNSYLVANIA !: YIL'tOAD.
A The Ureal Trunk line ami United States Mail route.
Trains leave New Yoik, frmu foot of Dc? brasses, and Gort
Inndt streets. il* follow? ;
Expri a. loi llarri but . , Pittsburg, tho West and South, with
1 oilman palace ear. attached, 0 :3 ) A. M., 5 and S :30 P. II.
tsuuday, o attilH :3t) P. M.
Iter WiUlaiusport and Lock Haven (via Philadelphia .and
Erie llailroa 1 Division, connectina si PUilodoiphisj, it: Ml
A. M. Knr Willi.mi .p rt, Look Haven, Uorry and Brit,
8:30 P. M.. connecting at worry lor Titusville, Potrolouiu
Centre and the Oil KeglM-'*
Km Baltimore. Wasliin;tnn "id the Soutn, ??Limited Wash
Button Express" ol Psillmnn parlor ear; I lily, except Sun
day, n;:?) A. M.; arrive at Washington, 1:10 P. M. Ergo
larat 8:40 A. M., 3 Iindt) I' M Sunday, 0 P Al.
ExuCtss for Phlladelph.n. 7 7 el, S :4 I, 0 :.tO A. M. ; 1 1:80,3,
4. 4:10, 4:50. 7, s to, aP M an I 12 night. Sunday,
H A. M.. 4:80, !>, (I, 7, H do mil 'J P. M. Emigrant ami
snconil class, 7 P. M.
Por Newark at 0,0:30. 7. 7 :10, 8,M?. 10, 11 A. M ; 12 M? 1,3,
3 3:10, 3:4<l, ?. 4 1 ?>, 4:30, (i, .7 A i. . : ), O, o ID, ? ::i i,
7,7 s *10, 10, II 30 P. M an i ia night. Sunday. 8 A,
M , Mb, IdOj 7 and 8:10 P. M.
For Jtliv. ilietn, 0. 0:3O, 7, 7:4". S, ||, 10, 11 A. M ; 12 M , 1,3,
2:30, 3:10,3:40, I, 4:iO, 4 10, 4>:.>0, .?::!??, >:to, 0,11:10,
li do, 7, 7 ;30, 8:10, 10, II :30 P. M. and 12 night. Sunday,
H A. M , 5 alti, O, f. :*??. 7 and 8:13 P. M.
A M , 2:30, 4 :.',0 aiulO P. M.
Fur New Brunswick, 7 and 3 A. >1 ,12 M., 2,8:10,4:10,
5:20, H :10, 7 1'. M. and 12 night, Sunday, 3 A.M.,baud
7 P. M.
For East Millstone, 12 nonn, .'I nod 5:2U P. M.
For King-tone and Unci*, llill, 8 AO A. Al. and 4 HOP. M.
For Princeton, 7, 8 in A. M , 12:30, 2, 1:10 and 7 P. M.
For Lambertvllhi. liJitiA. Al.,9* 4:1" and )]'. M,
For I'loiniiigtun, Pn t: ; Mnira aud lielvldere, UUtO A. At. and
2 P. M.
For Slerccr aud Sumor et Branch, 3 P. Al.
ior Trenton, Borden l jivn, Hit*Itngton aid Camdeu, 7 .3:J aud
tl 80 A. At., 12 30, 2, 4, 5 ami 7 P. M
lor Freehold. 7:30 A. M., 2 mid I HDP. M,
For Farmingdale and Squnti, 7 :'JD A, Al ami 2 P. M
For Higbtstown, I'enib-rtou and liaiodon, tin Penh Amboy,
2 'to P At. ami via Aloninouth Junetlsiii, 4:10 P At.
For lljgbtstown ami l'cmlieri 1,8 A. M. via Perth Amboy,
and 7:30 A. Al. via Mouiii'iiiili I unction.
Trains arrive as lull on >:?From Pittsburg, 0 mid 10:30 A
,M. soil 0:20 P. M. daily. 1" ! j A. Al. and 0 250 P. M. daily,
except Monday. Prom Washington and Baltimore, 0310 A.
At ; 4 :15, 6 :I5 and 10:27 P. Al, Sunday, 0 20 A. M. l'roni
Philadelphia, 5:10. 0:20, 0:67, 10:1.7, 11 720, 11 :.74 A. M :
21 I, 4:13, ft :1ft, 0 HO, 3:50, 8 44: 0:20, 1:>:37 P. M. Sun
day, a :lo, II .20, 0 :io, 111 I 1, II .54 A. M. | 0:50, 9 JO, 10 37
and II :15 P. M.
Ticket oflirus, 528 and '.HI Broadway, No 1 Astor llonsl
and root of Dusbro.cs.", and t 'ortituvlt streets: No. 4 Court
street, Brooklyn; Nov. 111, 110 and I is lluilsnn street, Ilo
lioken. Emigrant Ticket ORtce No. s Buttery place.
FilANK THOMPSON, I). M. IIOYD, Jr.,
lieneritl Manager. Uau. Passenger Agent.
PROVIDENCE AND STONINGTON HTKAMSI1IP CO,
NEW YORK AN It BOSTON.
HTONINOTON LINK.
From pier 33 Nortli hirer, loot of day strcot, the elegant
st ..i.i'-i - linODE ISLAND and N A it It AO A N SJi l'T daily
Uxcept Sunday si at 4:31) P. M
providence line.
From pier '27 North River, foot of Rohinion street, Ih#
siMsinsliips KLECTUA ami GALATEA daily (except Sun
days! at 4 P. M.
AS'l'I'OI.Oli Y.
-fLOOO REWARD. NO IMPOSITION; CREATE*!
, businoss Clairvoyant Is Mrs. FOSTER; namos in full:
nuinbcrs; satisfaction or no pay; 50c. to $1. 51 Lcxlogtor
avenue, nnsr Twouty fifth street
ATTF.NTION - KNOW THY DESTINY. CONSULTTII0
greatest living Clairvoyant. Gives luck, causes roar
rlagoi, tells everylliiiig. !*>*) West Forty flrnt street, neat
Broadway. ___ _ _
t ? MMR. BRIONOLt, MEDICAL AND BUSINESS
Jx, Clairvoyant, tolls names, shows likenesses, Ac.: &0c2
and 81. No 150 west Twenty fifth street.
Attentioni?consultation on business, law.
suits, inenilns, losses, *b?'-nt friends, love, marriage
end dentil. No. 610 Sixth aveuilU. Mine. SINOUI, Clair
voyant.
M'MMB. I108A RF.V E tl.S YOUR WHOLE LIFE, FROM
the rrarllo to Ilia grave . cures nil diseases. 472 Usual
ree, ft.
MAIK. COLLINS, A RELIABLE AND TRUTHFUL
clairvoyant. 27.7 Sixth avenue, near Seventeenth st.
MKPICALm
?MME. REHTELL, MIDwirii, since I840~no *i
, East Flltj-sccon 1 ".treot, tlr<t door frotq Fifth nvenuo.
A -DR. AND MtlK. VAN BIISK'RK, RKSIDRHCP
.? 161 East 28th at., between Third and Lexington ava.
?MME. MAXWELL, 114 EAST TENTH STREET,
gives medical advien tolarlius and children gratia
DVICH FREE -Dlt. AND MME BOIT CAN BE CON.
L suited conBdentlslly. No 47 West Thirteenth strcot.
A
A,
/ 10NKULT DU OR MME. WEST -ALL COMPLAINTS
\J cured ; advice fro#. 46 Rloer.kcr Btrcct, near Broadway.
RE. HARRIS, EXPEIURNCBD FEMALE DOCTREB*
W Lost Twtaliuh sUiot. cures all cuuuilaiutas
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