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DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS.
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AMVSEMENTS?9ih PACK-aSd. 4th. Sth and Cth cola
ASTROLOGY-8ti? Pack?Bth col.
BILL1ARDs?Sth Pack?tith c-!.
Bt < A KDKKS Wa.NTKU-1.Th Pack?3d. 4th and Sth col*.
BOAKI) AND LODGING WANTED? 12th Pack?5th coL
BROOKLYN BOARD? 12th P cCK-Sth col.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE KuR SALE?lira PACK-2d
col.
?0SIKKS8 OPPORTUNITIES?Vni Pack.
USINKNS NOTICES?7th Pack?6th col.
1TY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Urn Pace?1st sod
2d cols.
CLERKS AND SALESMEN?2d Pack-3B coL
I CLOTHING?2d Pack?Oth col.
COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?2d Pack?3d eol.
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?2d Pack?Bth col.
COPARTNERSHIPS?5TH PACK.
COUNTRY HOARD?12th pAC*-5th col.
DANCING ACADEMIES?Dill Pack?2d col.
DENTISTRY?1st Pack-BUi col.
DRY GOODS?1st Pack?4th. Sth sod Btb cola
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. BURNISHED AND UMKUKMSHKD?11th
Pack?Bth coL
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?2d Pack?5th and Bth colA
EUROPE?1st Pack?Otheol.
EXCHANGE?Uth Pack?4th coL
FINANCIAL?5th Pack.
PINE ARTS-Ist Pack?-Id ool.
FOR SALE?Stii Pack?Nth *nd Bth cola
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
. 1 Itu Pack?Bth col., mid 12tu Pack?1st and 2d cola
v FURNITURE?Hth Pack?ltd col.
french advertisements?2d pacn-4th coL
help wanted?females?2d pact-2d coE
HELP wanted?males?2d Pack?4U? col
Horses, carriages, AC.-Mih Pack?dt and 24 cola.
hotels?12t?i Pack-5tli col.
BOUSES. ROOMS. AC., WANTED?2d Pack?4th and hth
colt.
1NSTKUCTION-1st PAOK-3dcol.
l.EGAL NOTICES?1st Pack?Bth col.
LOST AND POUND?1st Pack?2d col.
m ACHINEKY?ttru Pack?Bth col.
marble mantels?dth pack-jh coL
matrimonial?Sth pAoa-Bth col.
MEDICAL?Sth Pack?Bth col.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING? 1st PaGK-Bth col.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?lOlH PaOB-tfth
Col.
MISCELLANEOUS?8th Px>:k?Oth col.
MU8ICAh-iHH Ham?"Jd col.
NEW hliBLICATIONB?7ts pack-Oth col.
NK WSPaPEKS??tii Hack?6th col.
PERSONAL?IctPack?1st col. /
PIANOFORTES ORGANS. AC.-9th Hack?3d col.
HKOHF.SSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?
I'd Haiik?2d col.
PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY?FOR SALE OE
TO RENT?llru Pack-2d and 3d coU.
, SEAL ESTATE TO KXCHAXGE-Uth Pack?3d and 4th
col*.
BEAU ESTATE WANTED? 11th Pack?Itli col.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES?1st Hack?3d col.
REWARDS?1st Hack?2d col.
bales AT auction?12th I'ack-Oth cot
situations wanted?females?2d Pack?lit and
2d colt
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?2d Pack?2d and 3d
colt.
SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Pack?2d and 3d cols.
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?Pin Ham?1st col.
TORAGK?8th Pack?6tU col.
THE TRADES?2n Pack?4th col.
THE TURF?PTH Pack?lit col.
t, IU LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?11th Pack?6th
and Otb cols.
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE-2d Pack?6th col.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
12tii Pack?2d col.
WANTED TO PURCHASE?9th PACK-?d coL
W ATCHES. JEWELRY. AC.?1st Paci?6th col.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE ob
TO LET?11th Pack?2d col.
WHITKSTONK PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?
11th Pack?2d col.
WINTER RESORTS?12th Pack?5th and Oth coli.
yachts, steamboats, ac.?ioth PAM?oth col.
PERSONAL.
Anew feature in umbrellas.?see this
week's Free Lauce.
A ?IF MISS LIZZIE M CLENNAN WILL SEND HER
-ft address to X. Z., box 204 Herald oflice, (he will hear
Iront an old frien<1.
ANGIE?REMEM HER YOUR~ PROMISE A BOYLE,
Shadow, to-niurrow nltrlit. CENTRAL PARK.
A R.-YOUR LETTER OF MONDAY RECEIVED
. Thursday; compiled with your request same in.-M :
four promise remains uufultiled. Address E., box 188
lerald office.
A" rdf.nt admirek-tiiere is a letter fob
you in General Post office.
K. WILL FIND LETTER AT HERALI) OFFICE
. from JKXNIB.
nT M.-I AM \VIT1I YOU IN SPIRIT TO-DAY. MY
. darling; one year ajto; may you always lore me as you
loved me then. A. B. M.
ViANGSM rTHE FREE LANCE SAYS ;?"MISCHIEF,
J# thou art afoot!"
ro'nchi nk.
Blanche-city hall to east new yokk.
Meet me Wcduesday, 5 P. M., Fnltun ferry. New York
tide. _ CHARLEY.
BALLON-MEET ME AT OLD PLAOS, MONDAY,
'7 P. M. A,
fl rank?address m., box 1u3_herald office.
tthink?one o'clock 8uarp. Bi&ng MY prfs'J
ent.
fTURNER 14T11 ST. AND UNIVERSITY PLACE. SAT
a ' nrday atlernoou; chestnut hair : treiitleinan would llko to
make arqualntHnee ol' lady ; mention some Incidents. Address
W. SPAINE, box 141 Herald Uptown Branch office.
Frkd c b ass ktt?yo [Twill-h ear of "an old
friend by sending address to J. T., box 137 Herald
office.
FOR ADOPTION-TWO LOVELY BABIES; GOOD
reference required; full surrender; at the New Lyin^
In Institution, 25o West 41st st.
FOR*ADOPTION-A FINK, HEALTHY LITTLE GIRL.
13 months old. Apply, for one week, nt 312 North 2d
It., Williamsburg, L. I.
French cooks' ball, irvino hall?box';
will lady (n magnificent red silk robe arrant acquaintnnce
to admiring rentleinan In neighboring box by addressing
CONFIDENTIAL. Herald office?
CTENTLKMAN WISHES TO MAKE ACQUAINTANCE OF
T lady with auburn hair, it agreeable: nth sr., above 34th
st . Saturday afternoon. Address S. WHKNKK.V bo* 142
Herald Uptown Branch office.
Ik the Suitor or"the financial column in
Noah * Sunday Time* anil Mcsarugrr uriH tend hit address
to P N. L., No. 1T2 New >J., city, he will hear uf someh
thln( to his advantage.
1AM READY TO NEGOTIATE FOB SOME OK THE
securities. Address Lieutenant W . Herald office.
IT~THOMA? KAVANAGH, WHO SERVED AT LI'THOgraphing
with Mr. Ohrystio In Cable street, Dublin, will
call at I'ii Katl fWtli St., lie will llud his sister Kate, who is
anxious about Ititn.
InAVF. 1IE k.N WoXDEKIX<rWHY. AFTER HAVING
disappointed me. my triend deigns not to write me even.
| " silver cloud.
IK MR. JOHN HARTWELL. CAPTAIN 8. O. 8TURDIeant,
E. L. Roche or Lientenant C. P. Yonnp. who were
at Charleston. R C., at theolote of the war, will send their
addresses to GIRARD. Herald office, they will learn something
to their advantage.
IK MARGARET CONROT, WHO LIVED IN NO 70
Madison av.. will appear at the office of Counsellor JOHN
M. 1IOMAN, 108 Centre St., she will hear of something to
her advantage.
J~~G?SEE FINANCIAL ART1CLK IN NOAH'S IBCit
day Times and Messenger of to dav.
llREADN AUG IIT.
'? JAKK bollock ua8 a new plug hat
I~RT~MF. KNOW ir YOU GOT THE ""MAG IC RIBBON
J and Tape Itunner." Tho other ladles charmed.
Messenger bov.-will gentleman please
send for the two letters now readv at Mra Bennett s?
For address refer to the column headed Astrology.
Major?there is a letter rob the doctor
in Uptown Herald office.
Marguerite.?ik you desire a surprise and
gretideation fail not to go with ine to Madame Laure's
ftKi f?th ar.) to Inspect Confections. Madame ha< just conns
buiu the "Uay City," and her things are "d'un gout exquia.''
hklknk.
Mrs. M E. RAllCLA Yr?A N OLD FRIEND FROM
Buffalo would like to see yon. Important news to communtcate.
Address BUKKALO, Hereld Uptown Brauch
Mice.
v f \ (? k~-y0itrold BDSs has a hlh p<7|{ yocr~
V/. White, corner Centre st.
PARTIES WHO HAVE TIIE PROPERTY TAKEN
from East s7th st. on Thursday last can realise as much
from owner as elsewhere, and no questions asked. Address
A. L., bo* 107 Herald office.
P ile-YOU ASK TOO MIAMI OK M E "iTsNNOT
a afford it If thev do cost thirty times less than the genuine
diamonl. KXG INK.
Kan away-january ??. from hie male or.
phan Asylum. Lexington sv. and Jl*? st . two boys, one
ot whom is George Krancie H bite, aged I'd rears; be wore a
Inay coat, dark punts wnii pat>oe< on llr- kr.ei-t i.innlex
an light, eyes blue, balr light browu. Any Information of
his whereabout. ?i.l I.. iliaiiKl iliv i?oeiicdliy hi- mother.
Mrs. M ary WHITE, at the Asylnm.
lay -don't fail to see friend next rriday,
' I s 2lsl it , between Id and 4th air at.' . I-k
"RMOW WTORM."
UATCRUAT MORNING. 4TII AV CAR AND KUI.TON
C? ?t.-Laity in black, gentleman with book wishes the
honor of teeing her agaiu Address, stating something to
void mistake. II. II. H . Herald office __
The gentleman who"left package at lis
eiaa baths. No. 2A East 4th st.. will plea*e call.
"iriv.-am not surf. personal ok sftth ww8 for
istht It out. Did not get letter January
Jit llsve tool tor it. \t lien )ou reach D?t insert personal
and you will bear Irom inc.
tini.L TIIF. LADY WHOM t.l \ i I.I M sN IIOWED TO
yesterday morning after passing ber on llirks st.,
near Mansion House llr..okh ? , |?? t,.,,, |,-r ac
gaaintance If agreeable address HONOR. Ilerald office.
XX X -! DID NO I' RECEIVE IT IN TIME hOR
? P-P*r- I wiil see you this evening wliere we
last bad dfnnar. Don t fail; 7 o'clock.
\r?l ,LAJL?!L J!i iHl1*. Engagement at 4>;
MAOIXQM AT. AMD 3MTII >T.
'* VOC CAN DEAL FAIRLY AND KAKKI.V WITIU
_ BEKMADO.
VEATKKUAY MOKMMI- M AHTijfKLI.l ir^Tirim
ll.r. f"?r Kim Alius
HTII ST -HI AV -OTTKK Ml I K s vi riT
<! /, hull n??l pl?MM KOdrot kTANTos
kulJ?^H?tl|.l o*r?.
A OTH AT ?MONDAY, II JM,~AH BErQREi IMfOaT
UkU U ckMK* B?W. fclXTLE.NTU STRtET
E NE
NEW
RELIGIOIH NOTICES.
Annie kya fay. the celebrated spiritual
Phytic*! Te*t Medium, lately from the Queen * I>r*wlii*r
K<h>ru4. Hanover ?quure. London : *)mo Crystal Palace.
Sydenham ; Indented by William Crwiki, P. H. S.. and other
member* of the Royal Society, will iriva her ruarveltou*
tjpt ) ricr. witli n il i ullar. (J?l \l est Xuli st., New York.
AYfl BkWAKO.-UXr, ON THURSDAY, A GOLD
rl" Docket, bearing tli? Initial* of S. X. Z. Call on
Sill. /.KMANSKY A CO.. ~liC?nlr?
dj?KKWAlil??LOST. IN NKIOHBORHOOD OF
O ?'' .lofferson Market, an onyx Barring, small diamond
? in re. Return to IS t'harle* st.
KKWAP.II Wll.l. BK PAID FOR A RKII RUrf
P-wU tla leather Bftg loit In morinir from I'tJtli at. to No.
lot East 14tb st.: name on bottom of ban
lil'SSIE WILSO.V.
4?9/| REWARD. AND NO 01'KNTIONS~ASKKI>7"FOR
tP ? tr I lie recovery of the three bariel* of Now Oilcan*
molasses stolen trom the itoop of our store, ITU West *t.,
Friday night or early Saturday morning.
JAOOl BKSftO N A CO.
$" ?).- KK W AtU>. ?LOST. OX FRIO A r. FKBRLAitYt,
awsf a Solitaire Diamond Pin. The flnder will receive
the above reward by ralllnif ou J. B. SI'RINu, centre row.
West Washington Market
Q1(l|\ KMIAKU ?AM" Jul VI|.M|UN> a-KKP
pltMF for the return of the tllam.in t Mud lost Wednesitar.^ld
Inet. Address, through I'eraonal*. (iHAND HTKKKT
IPCCIAL MITKKS,
a Ms PKRSONH ARK II LRF.B Y ''aI TltlN KI) Afi aIXST '
?'Y negotiating a note drawn by Down*, tiourlay a Finch,
No. 227, payable to ilieir own order sis month* alter date;
amount *l,liD> ?; dated August 23. lS7.'i. mislaid lost or
ttoien Iroui iheir oftiee.
DOWNS, UOCRtsAT a nXCH. 90 Howard St.
A CARD? RKY. 0. O. Utlas. t?7 YARD K ST. H
. V authorised to soleiuuise marriages, baptisms, funerals.
A -ISAAC O. BOYCR. 2tt7 MHO sDWA Y, I.AWYKK!
JY. Divorce, obtained promptly, wlilioiit pnbllelty : desertloO.
luconipatlbillty. habitual driinukeness. Infidelity, inliu
man treattneni, eonvieth n oflelouy. I'lissports obtained
A MTHMA 1(1.1 IIP IP IMVIDI tIFI.Y. AND PAI.PD
aY tallons ami all dPea.es of the respiratory pa..ages
cured hy Dr II t'lery'* (of Marseille., France) Powders.
A sample sent gratis, on receipt of a postage .tamp, to ali
aiek prr.ous who will try them. A. MlKONY, Sole Agent
In America. TO Writ 3d ?t.. New Turk.
V?ROYAL SAXON tiOYKRXMRNT I.UTTBRY.
. fa. IS I.MS), cold, to be drawn
in Kve different drawing*.
Finn prise. $120,100, gold. s
Ouo prise to every two ticket*.
The ecniid drawing
will tuse place
Slouday, Fehruasv 7,
and Tuesday, February A
Full explanatory eirculara Irve.
TIIRODOK ZSCHOCn.
Post office box fi.lM. I In N***au st. New York.
DK I.F.IIN PF.l.TIF.K. .di FAST I2TII ST.. I'HIROPO
din, ot Bltren year*' expeilence, Pom Pari*.
drawing room*. U' West 24th ?t.. opposite Tilth Aveuue
Hotel, ISi o'clock.
The Sew York Herald. December 23, tare:?" Might truly
be called a marvellous seance: It ie inexplicable."
S. B?Carriages tuay be ordered at 9'^ P. M.
i ONPERKNRK OF THE IPHTITUALISTS OK
New York la beld at the Harvard Rooms. lteaervuir
square, Sunday, at 21^ and T j o'clock ; all invited.
AT PLIMPTON IIA1<I.?SERVICES WILL BE COS~
tltiued. with a clear recognition of the Divinity of Christ,
in prayer, pralte ami aertuon.
A?sr. THOMAS"cilURRtf. 5TH AV? CORNER OK
.Vtd ?t., Kev. l>r. Morgan, reetor ? Service* Sunday,
February 6? Morning prater at 9 o'clock ; litany, aertuon
and holy communion at 10), o'clock ; afternoon aarvice and
aertuon at 3)J o'clock.
At plimpton hall" stii stTTnkar iro av ?
Proachlng this morning at 11 o'clock; Sunday acbool,
9:110. AH are Invited.
niOIOH ok" the NEW JKKI'sALE MtSW Kin.n"
V' borciani, Eaat 33th at., betweon 1'ark and Lexington
ava.?Services by the Kev. Chauncey Giles. at 11 A. M. Tlte
doctrine* of the new Church teach that now la the second
coming of the Lord . and that It conalata In a new revelation
of the poweiful and glorious truths contained in the Internal
sense or aoul of the sacred scripture. It la a eoining of the
Lord to human minds, in the might and Joy ot his own divln*
truth, so that man by moans of greater light may attain to
higher degrees of purity and love. Snblimrly beautiful
and Interesting when rightly understood, is this second
appeariug of the Son of Man. Q
HURC1! OKTl IKTTOLY AKOSTLKS. 9TH AV., CtJRtier
'.'Hth St.?Services 10)$ A.M. and P. M. Rev.
dared H. Klagg will preach morning and evening.
/"tHURCH OK MESSIAH. 34TH ST. AXD~~l'ARK~AY^
\J Rev. William K. Alger will preach in 11 A. M. and
7 :30 P. M.
HURCH OK TIIK DTSOIPLESTMADISOX AV.. CORner
43th st.?Rev. George It. llepworth: morniug?
'The Christian's Oneness with Christ;" please notice change
of hour In evening service to 7'Bit; subject?"What Right
llave We to Expect Mercy?" Prayer meeting after sermon.
(1IIURCH OK THKATONEMENT. CORNER OK MADI"
J son av. and 28th st.?Divine services; morning praver
at 9:30. Id van v address and Holy Communion at 11 A. M ;
evening, at 1 :30, Kev. O. G. Carrie, of Philadelphia, will
preach the fourth of the course of sermons on "The Awaking
and Education of the Christian Life."
C ill'KCII OK THE HEAVENLY' REST. NTH AV.',
above 43th st.. Rev. D. Howland, rector. Services at
11 A. M and 4 P. M.
STHUKCH OK THE DIVINE PATERNITY, 5T1I AV..
\ / corner 43th St.?Rev. Dr. E. II. Chapin will preuch this
morning, at 11; vespers end an extemporaneous address at B
P. M. All are Invited.
FlRST l^TKORMKrrKPL^i'OI'AL Olll'KCll, MADISON
ar. and 47th st.?Kev. William T. Sahine. rector, will
preach at 10l$ A. M and 7\ P. M. ; prayer meeting Kriday
evening* at 4 o'clock, when Gospel llyinns, by Mr Bunkey,
will he nsed; Mr. Weeks leads the singing at all services.
Strangers cordially Invited.
May sisters' okaND spiritual seance kor
materiallxatious and physical manifestations thl? afternoon.
at 3 o'clock, and this evening, at S o'clock, at parlors
43 East 10th st., uoar Broadway.
M~" RS. S. A."TINDESLEY. '..'09 WEST 23D 8T.,-HOLDS
public Circles Sunday and every evening at 8 o'clock ;
flowers will be brought by the spirits this evening, who will
speak Independent of the mediums, giving remarkable evidence
of spirit ident ty.
MRS. NELLIE J. T. BRIGHAM, INSPIRATIONAL
speaker will address Society Progressive Spiritualists.
10)$ A. M. and P. M at their hall, 33 West 33d st , near
Broadway; Children's Lyceum, 2)$ P. M.
RENTICE MULKOKD'S" SUNDAY EVENING LECtures.?Subject
thin evening. "Reforms ant! Reformer*,"
?t Trenor'i new hull, 1,268 Broadway, between 32d and 33d
kts.. commencing at 8 o'clock.
" pOFULAU 8UKPTIUISM.AT THK WAIN WRIGHT
L Memorial church, corner Weal 11th st. and Waverley
place, the rector. Rev. W. T. Egbert, will preach the fifth in
a course on "Popular Scepticism," on Sunday evening.
f>KLIOIO-8t;IENTIKIO SOCIETY. EC^'LKSIA HALL.
JV No. 8 Union square. 2:30 P. M?"RcHirion aSocial
Need." 7:30?"Recollections of Frontier Life," by O. L.
Henderson. Friendly conference after lectures.
KEY. DR. RYLANCEIVILL PREACH IN ST. PETER'S
church. West 3<)th St.. between 8lh and Oth eve., on
Sunday evening, at 7t? o'clock.
S" OUTIi llEFOBMKD CHURCH, REV. D. ROGERS.?
Morning service at 11; subject ?'These that have
turned the world upside down arc coiue hither also;" 3:30
P. M.
ST. IGNATIUS' CHURCH, 40TH ST., BETWEEN STU
and Oth uvs.. Or. Ewer, rector?Services 7 A. M.. 9, 10',,
11 (clMirall ; preacher. Rev. Hauiiihal Goodwin, rector of the
House of I'raver, Newark NJ.; (choral) 7*^ P.M.; preacher.
Rev. A. S. Cropsey. of St. Paul's chapel. New York; subject
of both sermons, "St. Itrnatiua, the Companion of the Aptstlea
and Friend of St. John." Stranger* curdially Invited.
TAHKRNACLK BAPTIST CHURCH. L'l) AV. AND
10th st.?Rev. J. W. Custis, of Philadelphia. will
fireach. Morning:?"The Gospel versus the Law." Evan11*:?"The
Sinner Goes to Hell at His Own Charirra."
fTIHE KKV. MORGAN DTX WILL PREACH THE AN1
niversary sermon for tile "House of Mercy," at Triulty
chapcl. Sunday, February 0, at 7li o'clock P. M.
T~ UK ANNIVERSARY t?F THY: HOUSE OP MERCY
will lie held at Trinity chapel on Suuduy, February 6,
at 7 :30 P. M. Sermon by Rev. Dr. Dix.
T~iik rev. g. f. sieomund will preach a ser"inon
in behalf of the Church German Society, in St.
Mark's church. loth st , corner 3d av., on Sunday eveuinir,
Oth Inst. Service at 7,'?.
The church of the holy trinity," MADISON
av. and 43?l st.
the people's service.
Sunday Evening, at 7){ P. M.
Rev. Stephen !!. Tyng, Jr.. will preach.
'Topic?'The Saviour Knocks."
Young Men's Prayer Meeting at 0}? P. M.
Other Sunday services. 10J? A. M. and P. M.
LOST AXO POUND. ~T
"I OST?WEDNESDAY, 3D.. AN ANTIQUE GOLD
J J Bracelet Finder rewarded by rcturniug to 30 West
18th st.
I" OST?ON" FRIDAY EVENIXO, A_SMOKED PEARL
J Opera Glass, either in a Filth avenue stage or In front
of Olympic Theatre. The Under will lie suitably rewarded
by returning to W. T. GRAFF, 94 Wall at.
I" OHT^A 1'AuToP LADIES' KID SHOES. AT LEXJ
ington Avenue Opera House in f>8th St., Thuradav night,
3d Inst. Liberal reward will be paid by Mr. V. W., Vtsi Lex*
ingtou av.
IOST?ON UTII AV.. ITETWKEN 43 D~ AND 23D~ STST,
J or on 41st St.. near tltli av., one solitaire diamoud Earring;
pawnbrokers please notice ; satisfactory reward paid.
Adurers Mrs. BROWN, box 134 Herald Uptown Brunch
office.
I OST?A MANUSCRIPT OF THE IIISTOItY~OF THE
J United States. II returned to 113 West 34th St. will
be suitably rewurdml.
I OST?TUESDAY.' JAN I'A R Y~ 2f?." A ROLL OF TAX
J Receipts. Tin- finder will be paid by dcllveriug them
to LOUIS F. MURRAY, 137 Broadway, room 10.
I OST?FibBRUARY 3. A OAMKO EARRINQ, IN GOJ
ing from 71st st. to West Washington place. A liberal
reward will be given for its return to E. P. FOX, 100 East
71st st.
I OST?KERRY TICKET- FOR HOBOKEX FERRY.
J Finder will be rewarded by returning to ISO Broadway,
room 7.
L_OST?ATTEND1N<1 THITfUNKRALPROM CHURCH.
48th st. and nth av., on Thursday, a Fur Boa. Reward
paid II delivered to HARRIS) >S, Grand Union Hold
I OST?BETWEEN HIPPODROME?AND " 44TH~?TC.
J Gold Bracelet; finder will be rewarded by leaving It at
store No. 707 Oth av,
I'7OST-FEBRUARY 3? BETW KEN 47TH ST. ~A~ND OTH
'j av.. and .">3d st. and Lexington av., a Pair of Gloves,
with gold fastening* and pearl centres. A liberal reward
will be p?l?l by returning them to 1*3 Broadway.
LOST?FROM A SLEIGH. ABOUT 8 O'CLOCK ON
Friday evening. In 30th at., or above on Filth avenue, a
Matelasse MulT. trimmed with chinchilla. The finder will
bo suitably rewarded upon returning it to BARMOBE'S,
No. 3 West 30th st.
TITATCH LOST-YKSTERDAY. IN SI ST OR 10TH ST.
YY or in Third avenue cars; old lashlnned, gold dial,
tnread chain and key . of no value as a timcacepei. lu full
valur, $3S. will be paid at 434 East 51st it.
UKWABDI,
tE- REW4RD-FCR PALE YELLOW Ht'OTCII TLB
W YO
YORK, SUNDAY. FEBRU
FECI A L> NOTICE
A LL LADIK8 AFFLICTKD WITH BUPKRPLUOUfl
A hair on the lip*, cheek. chin, arm*. Ac., who have iu
vain uiedAbe variolic depllatnrir* in u?e tor thin purpove,
may apply to Mine. JULIAN' with the certainty of Kiiaranteed
am! perfect aurceea Mine JI'I.IAN haa returned thia
dicttirureuient radically and permanently. In the woret po??lbly
cava a, where all previoue attempt. have failed. Apullcati?n
muat be made Deraoually at her retidence. If Id Weal
38th at., from U to 3.
.A. t cc>.
KKXTPCKT?KXTRA CUSS. 207. TOR 1076.
62, 75. 35, 49. 43. 56. 45, 44 3. 20. 18. 34, 16, 3a
KKNTUCRY? CLASS 288. KOK 1870.
26, 44, 46, 22. 49, 72. 48, 23, 74, 75. 58, 62. 8, 54.
All orders address B NATHAN. box 4.870 Post office.
New York city.
1 ?P A l< K sT~E ME KfON A~^a
21. Kentucky State lotteries drawn dally.
Royal Haruna Lottery drawn every 17 dava.
Kentucky Single Number Lottery drawn Pebruary 20. 187CL
Prises cashed, Information furnished and circulars tree.
180 Broadway, Post office box 5.272, New York.
n a DiHLOUll, xa 37 iPARK MOW, AOCOCRTant
and expert: references Vcrmilyo A Co, Bankers;
Lord. Day A Lord, Equitable. K. H. 1.0WRY, President,
aud many others.
DISEASES OP MEN A SPECIALTY.
II K.N BY A. DANIELS. M. D. 144 Lexington nr..
near 25th st. Office hours trom 8 to 3.
Kk. A. J. COLBY. 81"KOEON"DENTIST,
I f 32 West 23d st.
TvEBTS COLLECTED. LIENS AND ATTACH MEN IS
J.f obtained: tees dependent upon success ; titles searched;
mortgages, assignments and all other legal papers skilfully
preneredby T. FRANCIS ( 1BBONS, Attorney and Counsellor
st Law. Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds,
12 West 4th st., between Broadway and Mereer st. Offics
hours from 8 in the morning till 8 iti the evening.
D-R. J P. MANN CORES HIP-DISEASE, WHITE
Swelling, Spinal Curves, Contracted Limbs ami Club
Keet without cutting cords or any surgical operation or an
hour's confinement to bed. and mostly without pain. Send
for seliedul- Office. 133 West 41st st. Sunday and Tuesday,
forenoon. Expensive supporters entirely discarded.
F~TLTNF.W YORK HEBALDTOH" SALE?20 YEARS
(bouud). Wautod, Piles back of 1R'8.
J. I>. CONDICT, 145 Broadwuv.
AVANA LOTTERY.?NEXT"DRAW 1 NO KMB?0ART
19. Highest pn/.c|$10U.l**X Whole amount of prizes
*540.UOU Pur particulars address B. MARTINEZ A CO.,
Bankers. 10 Wall St.. basement. Post office box 4.882.
?CHRONIC CATARRH. DEAFNESS ?IM PROVED
. inctluid. Instantaneous relief. Permaneut cures.
Dr. STODDARD, No. 8 West 14th st
K?OFFICIAL DTTAWINI; KENTUCKY STATE*LOT.
teries. SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO.. .Managers.
KKNTCCIY, KXTRA CLASS NO. 159?tKBRUAUY 5. 187li.
13, 71. 20. 28 , 50. 88, 77. 70. 24 45. 85. 31, 4.
XXNTl'CKY. CLASS NO. 180?KKBUtMRY 5, 1878.
55, 60. 77, 18. 57. 75. 01. 38. 07. 4, 5. 52, 32.
IIKNRY, KXTRA CLASS NO. 59? FEBRUARY 5. 1878.
25, ;77. 47, 53. 71. 81, 83. 12. 9. 59. 49, 87, 78.
MKNRY, CLASS NO. 60?YKBKCARY 5, 1876.
12, 1. 4. 67. 61, 42. 2, 60, 29. 74. 53. 17. 76.
Pull information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTE,
200 Broadway, or box 4,!R59 Post office.
K? SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CU'S TiRAND
. monthly distribution, on the Havana plan, to be
drawn February 26. Also Roval Havana ol Cuba, to be drawn
Pebruary 19. Pull Information by applying to or addressing
J. CLUTE, 200 Broadway, or box 4,989 Post office.
AD IKS AND GENTLEMEN. WHO WISH TO ROT
J fine and middle class Wiues of all sorts at 20 to 25 per
cent reduction, have in unusual chanco by addressing
RKTIRINi; IMPORTER, box 169 Herald office
VTERVOUS EXHACSTION ? A MEPICAL " ESSAY,
Museum of Anatomy, New York, on the cause and cur* of
Premature Decline, allowing indisputably how lost health
may he regained, affording a clear synopsis of the Intpediment*
to marriage and the treatment of nervous and
pliysicul debility, being the result of 'JO yeara' expcrlence.
Price, 23 cents. Address the author. Dr. L. J. KAllN, office
aud residence 51 East loth St., New York.
OFFICE OF T. H. UEKATYA C'67 wTwARltEN ST.
Mew York.?Kichard t'omeriord has this day been discharged
from our employ, and all authority to act for us has
been revoked. January 1, 1876.
KOYA1. SAXON "LOTTERY.
Brunswick and Hamburg Lotteries.
Uoval Havana Lottery.
WACHSMAN A CO., Bankers,
Post office box 3,310. 75 aud 77 Nassau st.
0 Y A L H AV A X A LOTT KEY -NEXT ~DRAW I NO
February 5, 1 m7H. Capital prise, $100.lXXi. Prises
cashed, information furnished. Highest rates paid for
Spanish bil.s, governments, Ac.
TAYLOR A CO., Bankers, No. 11 Wall at.
OI'KCIAL NOTICE ?M~A"X_.\11 NZESn EI M K ICS KM*t
' ploviuent in my real estate business terminated January
1, 1H7?J, anl all accounts due to me must be paid to me personally.
LIONEL FItOEllLICll, 7KS id av.
QTjQ BROADWAY. HKHVKKN 17111 AMI) UTH
OUO ats,?E. H. BORSCH, Consulting Optician (formerly
with James W. Queen A Co., New York and i'bila- I
delphia). Spectacles, Eye Classes and Artificial Eyes.
'rtc aaa discharged soldiers and heirs.
I ? ).U'/V" Their interest to call at 257 Broadway, baaement.
Laud Warrauts put chased
(f.rr/1 1WW\ wyoming iiraws febTiuary 10.
p.l )\J?x "I"" r New scheme; Q6.UUO prises; one chance
In three. Tickets $1: six for $5. Circulars mailed'free.
ALLEN A co., 79 Nassau st., New Yurk.
" INSTKl < TIOX. ""
A. french LADY, of CHEAT experience in
teaching her language grammatically and ounversatloiially,
desires more scholars; Socents a lesson. Mine. T.
B., 98 2d av. .
-50 CENTS A_LESSON; MMK. ILMA KPINOLA,
. an experienced teacher of piano aud tinging; pure
Italian method. 23 Irving placo.
A~ PPI.Y PAINK'S OLD COLLEGE.' BOVVKltY ?
Bookkeeping. Arithraetie, Languages, all English
branches; Writing Lesson*. $3 monthly ; hours suiting; backward
persons and foreigners, private rooms.
T THOMPSON'S COLLEGE, 3o4TH AV.. OPPOSITE
Cooper Institute?Bookkeeping, writing, arithmetic
and languages, day or evening- ladint' department; telegraphy
taught practically; demand for nporator*.
N ARTIST PREPARES LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
for teachers of crayon, drawing, oil painting. 81*1
Broadway, studio 15; $10 per term.
A" CTCAl7 BUSINESS COLLEGE?Wl LTLSON A WALWORTH'S,
southwest corner Union square, open day
and evening. Beat instruction In bookkeeping, ponnianship
and all other branches of business education. Commence
now,
A -GOOD HANDWRITING TAUOTIT IN-'TEN LES.
tons, by OLIVER B, OOLDSM 1T!I, the reputed "Penman
uf America." Apply, troin 3 to 8 o'clock, at room, 56
West 4th st. (Broadway cars.)
~i THOROUGH INSTRUCTION IN READING, WRITJ\
lug and speaking the German language Imparted by
Professor B. kl'TTN'KR. .Call at or address 993 2d av. or
Wilson A Walworth'* College, southwest corner Union
square.
B0< i KK EE I' ER~ ~ \YAXTE D -ONE ACQU AINTK D
-.villi the wholesale toreigu wlue and liquor business aud
able to Influence sales with first class trade; none others
reed apply. Address, with reference, stating salary, IMPORTER,
box 184 Herald office.
I JUSTNESS WRITING, BOOKKEEPING, ARIT1IMKJ
tic. correspondence, Ac. Mr. DOLBKAlt, 1,193 Broadway.
gives Drlvate lessons dav or evening, and prepares
gentlemen and ladles practlcallv for business.
French conversation a~nd~Litekaturk?by
a Parisian gentleman : beat city references; 30 lessons,
$.'5; at pupil's, $35. Address FRENCH, Herald Uptown
Branch office.
I' TRENCH AND GERMAN CONVERSATION GCAEAN"
' teed to ladle* end gentlemen in three months by s new'
easy and pleasing conversational method. Addreea PRO,
FKSSOR, box 17o Herald Uptown Branch office.
J (TRENCH, SPANISH AND GERMAN THOROUGHLY.
1 taught bv Professor JULES WO.VDEKMAS. 1.268
Broadway; ai|ults enabled to converse In tbrco months; terms
$12 por quarter.
Fourt eenth "street seminary.Tsb west htii
I street.?English, French and German school, for young
ladies aud children. E. F. MARTIN. Principal.
Male teacher wanted-to give isnthuc
tions in tho ordinary English branches fn a private
famllv; an rldcrly person of experience In teaching preferred.
Address, with particulars, MECHANIC, box 446
Post office. New York.
jtriss c. k. ilandy, teacher of perfect Alt- i
itl tfcalntinn to deaf mute*, also to hearing individuals I
fret* of utteianre. *<! Irving place.
\f MK~KAVISOHK (KKKNCH) fTlVKS EKSSONS IN
ill Krencb at her home : prices very moderate. So. 5.11
Hlli av.. near Xld at., firat floor.
M" MK. A. CURDOVAM BUTEBK IIAH RKITL'MKI)
her classes in the Italian language and vocal music at
her residence. No. I"l u - t 4Hth at.
AKllAEK lN?TITL'f5rS PER WEEK .-LOCATION
eittlit hour* by railroad from New York. In oneol tlie
finest valley* and most healthful Section* of Pennsylvania.
Tuition in all the English branches; excellent hoard, washing,
medical attendance and comforts of home, at R"> per week.
Music and drawing extra. D. K. MrCEl.'RK. Principal,
Short Mountain Post nlllce. Dauphin county. Pa. Uefer to
II.oi If i DIM, ITT Broadway. New York.
PHONOGRAPHY ASD RBPOKT1NU TAUGHT COMj
pletelr and practically by best system at NEW YORK
PHONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE. 30 East 14th st. Privuta
lessons.
1~Shiva r k writing i.rssons given by an aocoinplislied
I idy teacher to ladies desiring Improve
inent; winter terms reduced. Apply at book store. 1?<4
Htli a*.
[VaTK instruction in the english
branehct by experienced teacher. Apply at ?41 West
25th st.
UTtSIDBNT TUTOK WANTED?I OR BOYS iPltl VATK
laiutiyi. with mu*ical ahllities Address IMPORTER,
giving term* and referenre*. Herald olMee.
S~CIK.NCES ?A PROPKSSOR OK NATURAE AND I'HYsical
sciences, especially chemistry and aided tranche*.
Is open to an enaauctneut; college or private. Address
.SCIENCES, Herald ( plnwn Branch oBice.
CPANIBH AND KRKNCII LANGUAGE AND UTBKAil
tore tboeonghly taught liv a very easy nnd practical
method. Apply to AXTOMO K t MoS, .'W University place.
rp li H ART OK PRESERVING NATURAE K LOWERS '
1 tnujrht f??r $1 ; al*?? wm tttmart, fruit hiw! foliage by tbe
different method*. M Hth av.
"\7o17al rrr/iTRtc, rkauino and oratory, in i
V :;<! a v.?Terms moderate ; highly recommended by Dr.
r.. ll "impiii. ^
AM)t N'i .ll-itUtN IS IlKSIHIil s TO OBTaIN IV
I rtructloti In Knplltli ooiiver?itlnn Addrett, Mating
parllrulao and term*, UKKMAX, Herald Uptown Branch
office
eTi cum \l.KA.SON?CIINVBUSATIO.NAI, nthSriT,
t)\l by a I'arlnlun young ladjr dlnlonivo; book* and pamphlet
11 an-.a I Mile VtiKKli. 1.^07 Broadway. ro.mi J.i.
7 - il.NTS -I.K>SnNS IN A HINIIKKII V AKIKTIKS
I ) of Wn? Kluwen. al?" In HiiMnr, lit u experienced
teacher, Addre** BllTA.N Y. box 177 llarald Upton u Branch
H "f CKNTH A I/T.MMI.M.?T MORO i: OH INSTKlMrrtOR
i ) rii<I \ 'onvmatiorml u?rtu*n. l?r a North Ufrmm Indv;
Mvh??t rlftrvncf*. AUdrett NOK1II Ob KM AN. bu& 1^7
Herald L'|>lowu Mrwcli ?fhc?. .
KI \ H ARTM.
I'jlUK BALK?A st'l'KKB PIUK OK ART, J KET.T
1 luiis, II leal high, rapret.mlny tt atltntmlar Abb.-?,
nioit unique in tb* world Apply at Xaj Tib ay., Nej Yviit.
RK H
AllY ' (J, 1876.?TRIPLE SH:
DRV GOODS. _
A CTUAL AND UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS I J
6> <5?
LOUD A TAYLOR, I ?
*
broadway axd 20th street,
will offer on
Monday, "February t, ^
the balance of their stock of Foil and Wlntor Suit* at still
greater reductions
* ZH <6 F
T CAMEL'S HAIR SUITS, ^ s
$12, $15. $17. $1?. $20. $23. $.'5. A
Camel's Hair Suits, plaid silk trimmed. $23.
Camel's llair Suits, all silk underskirt. $35.
A choice lot of handsomely trimmed Costumes at $23?
greatest bargain yet offered. w
A lot ol light siik pongee and mohair Coatumea, suitable l
for travelling purpose*. very cheap. w
Colored Cashmere Suits, popular shades, from $25 upward.
*f MOURNING GOODS A SPECIALTY. J c?
__ ^ h
Complete Outfits couatautly on band or to order at 12 hours' ^
notice. ^
NO DISAPPOINTMENT.
Also.
Eveniug Dresses on short notice.
Dluner, Reception uud Carriage Dresses In silk velvet
(choice shades), al extremely low prices.
Black silk Costumes, slylisfily trimmed, from $40; colored
silks. $4? up.
A lot of black Cashmere Polouaises, trimmed with lace,
$12 up.
Embroidered Overskirts and Jackets, from $15 up.
Black and colored poplin alpaca suits, $10 5U
> ?
| LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
| SWISS AND ORGANDY -SUITS
IS i
from $2 5Uto $4Qi ?
Swritt Overdresses, neatW trimmed, $3 5tX
Children* plaid melton School Suits. 50. *<
Children* all wool pluid .School Suits, $'? 75. *
Children's all wool Cnshiuere, silk trimmed, $15,
Children* cloth Sacqutb t'ruin $J.
Clwunel, ncouu. reps, serge and Cashmere Wrappers,
uitablo tor h nue or steamer wear, in great variety, at V
prices which Uely competition. s
Particular attention is invited to our c
^ CLOAK DEPARTMENT, ^ S
which Is being dullv supplied with new aud original designs
iu fur, beaver, diugo.i al and other popular cloths.
Plain beaver Samples, $0 $ 10, $12.
A small lot of velvet Saci|ue* at liall tlie original cost. J
Stylish Opera Cloaks, quilted silk Uulngs, Irom $13. I
^LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR.J
During the past week we have made large additions to our
stoek, aud still further reductions lu prices, based upon tho
recent estraordiuary decliue iu muslius. Our goods are
made of the most popular brands, and us to style aud finish *
cannot fail to fully satisfy the most critical.
Walking Skirts, cluster tucks, deep hem 48
Walking Skirts, cluster tucks, deep hem 50
Walkiug Skirts, cluster tucks, deep heui 70
Walkiuir Skirts, cluster tucks and rullie ... 80
Walking Skirts, clustvr tucks, plaited ruffle. hg
Walking Skirts., cluster tuck*, plaited ruffle u5
Walking Skirt*, clustertucks uud ttvj-incii ruffle $ 1 oj
Walking Skirt*, 15 tuck* 1 <J*J
Walking Skirts, .'I tuck* 1 15
Waiklug Skirts, Hamburg tluuuco 1 HJ _
Walking Skirt*, imported, elanorateiy embroidered,
I ruin 3 7"?
Train Skirt*, from 1 5.1
Shaker tiaiiuel Underskirts 2 70 ?(
Scarlet Uaiiuel lTnder*kirl?, braided 2 8J
Canton flannel Skirt*. UO
Canton flannel Drawers 75
Jriuslin Drawer*, from 4o B1
A J"
CHEMISES. | 4
4 <?>
Chemises, Hamburg insertion* and edging* 58 rl
Clieiuises, plain tucked yoke OJ
Chemise*, curded baud* 158
Clietuines, putting and inserting....? 68
Ciieuii*es, tucked yoke and inserting 1 10
Chemise*, band embroidered 2 2b j<
^ X1U11T DRESSES. ^ (J.
Night Drosses, double yoke, ruffled down the front 1 00 *
Night Dresses, tucked yoke and ruffling 1 20
Night Dresses, yoke, bias luckiug and ruffle down tbe j
mtfro front..... 1 45 j.
NigbtDresses, yoke, iusortiou* and edging 1 55 y
Night Dresses, yoke, same style, more elaborate 1 id
Night Dre>oes. tucked yoke back and front, ruffle of em< f
broideiy dowu front 2 50
A full a*sortmeut of flue French hand embroidered Cheui* {
lacs. Night Dresses, Dressing Sacuucs, Ac.
A large lot of Night Dresses, full lauudried, handsomely y
tucked. hand embroidered, at half the original prices. y
Corset Covers, from OHc. y
Dressing Sscques, from 75c. |i
lm|>orted bacques, hand embroidered, $3 50.
^ COMPLETE TROUSSEAU, FROM $50. ^ p
All tb. popular stylo.of Corsets, I'aulcrs. Ac., at Tory law F
prices. p
Particular attention paid to p
T WEDDING OUTFITS. ^
Our Ionic experience In this branch gnaraut.es us In prom- ?
UitiK perfect saiUtactlon in every particular. <j
All information required, anu rules fur self measurement Y
sent, free of chart;*, to any part of Ibo United States uu ap- 1,
plication. p
^ INFANTS' WEAR. ^
Infants'linen Shirts, trimmed, from 45 J
Infants' flatinel Hands, embroidered tut
lufuuts' flannel Hand., plain, slllt hound 37
Infants' flannel Skirts from I 70 D
Jul ants' flannel skirts, embroidered 2 Mi I)
Infants'tine uaiubric Skirls, lauudried I is) 1)
Infants' hue cambric Skirts, baudaotuely trimmed 2 U) I)
iulauts' Night Dresses from CO jj
Infants' Naiusook trimmed Slip*. ] 15 j)
Infant*'Christening Rubes, trimmed with cuibruidery. 10 ll
Infants'lace Caps from 1 75 1)
Nursery Baskets, embmideied II UJ D
Nursery Baskets, silk and lace trimmed s (.?>
Nursery Baskets, tully furul-hed 4 20
Embroidered flaunel and merino Shawls l'ruiii 2 75 81
Infants' Cloaks, white merino, silk trimmed, lined (J
and wadded 9 SO G
Infants' Cloaks, white merino, quitted silk lining and G
handsomely trimmed 15 00 tr
Intents' Cloaks, colored merino, long cloaks, doubla
capes : 7 00
Infants' Walking Coats, silk trimmed, lined and
w added. I mm 5 00
Infants' Walking Coats, braided ciutli, flannel lined. . 3 tSJ
Infants' Walking Coats, black velvet, hand embroidered,
half the cost of Importation 8 00
Alliums, new designs, front 4 25
Pique braided Dresses, from 1 H)
Pique, hand cmbnidcred 4 5(>
Nainsook short Dresses, French yoke, from 1 15
*f INFANTS' COMPLETE WARDROBES A SPECIAL-f*
TV, TO ORDER AND ON IIAND, FROM 35 00
4 ? <4>
> <S>
J KINK WHITE GOODS.
4? <$> j
A
We will, on Monday, February 7, offer tba greatest Induct- A
ments ever made lu this department.
5(JO pieces new lace stripeil satin finished Plqna, from 20e.
upwariL
000 piece corded l'iqun at 12>jc. per yard. ?
Jljo pieces plaid aud striped white Organdlaa at 25c.,
worth 38c. A
3UUpieces plaid and striped Nainsook at 25.,, worth 35&
ALSO
complete lines of French 8-4 Organdies, French ami Irish
Swiss Mull. Whit, and colored Tarletaua, English ami. FrenrU
Nainsuok, Victoria and Bishop Lawns, Jones and French
Cambrics, Nainsook and Cambric Skirtincs.
All our Tucklngs in English and French Nainsooks?finest
goods ever made.
The above goods will b. exhibited In tb. main section.
???<? 7
SPECIAL NOTICE. |
:zi *
W. will continue to offer our entire stock of
9> A *"
I REAL CAMEL'S 1IA1R AND INDIA SHAWLS^
at tba recent great redaction Now and elegant designs A'
Delhi aud Jumana Shawls. very suitebla lor street or
carriage wear, for (18 and upward.
Beautiful black and scarlet Stella Shawls at $25, former p.
price (to
Ladies In pursuit .f bargains should call early.
? ~ !8
T ANNUAL CLOSING SALE OK 1 A
BOYS' WINTER CLOTHING il
4 ? H.
Monday, February 7, Tt
Jockey and Derby Hulls, $ti; former price, $10.
Ploiite Hulls. former price, #" / '
l'lster Oecrcnats. $*; former price, $11 * I
Overcoats. $' ; former nrlce, $10. 1'n
Tba above must be I alt
1 if I1
Wa are now manufacturing a full Uee ef Beye' Spring na
Suit*, iu (Ilea from 2}? to 15 years.
Tliia department Is now under the management of Mr. J. '
I. Lynch. who lis* tor many yvart beau connected with the *
ending Broadway bounce.
% K NICK Kit HOI'KKK SI ITINUS. 5
I ?
We will open on MONDAY. February 7, ^
Five cases hXICKERBOVKBIl SUITINU*, atl2*eeBle yer
) nrd; former price. 25 cents.
J >11 OK DEPARTMENT. J
We would especially direct attention to our $3, $4 and $5 J
Ladies' Walking pud Dress Hoots, which surpass In elegance J
end durability any before sold in thle city at the same '*
prices. A
SAMPLES OF QOODS SHNTOF COSTtree TO ALL M
PARTS OP TUE UNITED STATES, el
ERAI
GET.
DRY GOODS.
KEE H H RRBR II OCCO H II SSSS "
H H K K II C C 11 II S S"
H II K K II 0 II II s
M H R R II C II II S
EB HIIIIII RRRR II 0 1IHHII SSSS
H H R R II 0 - II II S
H II K K II 0 II II S
II H R R II C C H II 8 S
EEE II II R R II CCCC II II SSSS
2S7 AND 289 8TII AV., NEAR 24TII ST.
* a r\* dj r,? vi / v *?<*> t v u . i r .n d a nr o nu rruu
COM US AT POSITIVELY LESS TUAN COST Or TIIE
KINS. SEALSKIN HAS AHVANCED 15 PEN CENT
T THE LONDON SALES. 11UY YOL'R Kl'KS NOW.
CUildreu't Fur Sen and Cup* closing out at 25c.
LADIES UNDERWEAR. FRENCH AND DOMESTIC^
OUR SPRING STOCK OK LADIES' UNDERWEAR i?
jming in daily. We offer the very finest avtortiuent of both
and aud machine sewed Gurnjeute AT PRICES WHICH
RE ABOVE ALL COMPETITION. Special attention
evoled to fine Weddlug Truusseaux.
CASHMERE LACKS AND NETS
In imiuenee variety
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
LARGE LINE OK CASHMF.RE LACK. SCARFS
ami Ties at 33c., .'He.. 4lc.. .'>4c. and upward.
AN INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
A LARGE LOT OK FINEST EVENING SHADES OK
KID GLOVES.
In 3. 4 and 0 buttons at the following low prices: ?
Three buttons, full leugth, $1 25 per pair.
Four butlout. lull length. ?1 3.5 per pair.
Si* buttons, full length. SI .Viper pair.
All wnrranted bo*t ?v>oil?, aud now puir given for all tuat
p or tear.
HAM BUKG EDGING AND INSEKTINGS. Wo are
lowing an immense mock of ail uew Patients at much bo*
>w former price*. All our good* are iirst class muslin, aud
'arrautod last edice.
LADIES* SUITS AND CLOAKS
clearing out reirnrdle** of coal.
LADIES WILL FIND THIS A HARE OPPORTUNITY
o replenish their wardrobe*, a* wo AUK OFFERING
FITS Unit aro ?uitable for early tprtug wear at lot* tbau
o.t of manufacture.
FINE SILK SUITS AT HALF PRICE.
LARGE LOT OK CHILDREN'S flanu?l and cloth braided
luita and Sacuuee clearing out at hair price.
TRIMMED II ATS clearing out at UBc. and $1'do; tonner
iricos S3 to $4 each.
CALL and examine.
BARGAINS ALL OVER THE HOUSE
LARGE LOT OF GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
0 BE SOLD OFF BEFORE STOCK TAKING AT A
IKE AT SACRIFICE. ^
?EHRIOHS\t |^riaJIT?.|
287 AND 289 8TH AV...
BETWEEN 24TH AND 25TH STS.
BEWARE 1 MAKE NO MISTAKE. OUR NUMBERS
IRE ON'LY_S87 AND 2S8.
\ SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
CONKLINU A COMPANY,
No. 763 Broadway,
between Htli and 9tb its ,
one block below A. T. Stewart A Co.,
Ill bar* on sal* during the coming week the lollowing
SPECIAL BARGAINS,
) which tboy respectfully call the attention of thalr patrons
ud the public generally;?
1.000 rennante of yard wide wblto shirting muslin. Warn>tta,
New Yutk mills. Fruit of the Loom aud all the otlur
ivorite brands, in length, of two yards to five yards at the
try low price of 9c. a yard.
500 remnant* of pure linen lluckahuck towelling of eupeor
quality aud extra width, 2Uc., worth 35c.
Splendid quality brown table damask, all linen and axtra
tavy, 45c., worth 75c.
50 doton all lluen towels, slightly damaged, 8c., 12}^o.,
Sc. aud 18c,, worth double.
Fin* French damask towels, extra large slit, 40c., worth
Sc.
VISIT OF INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
OHN E. KAUG1IKAN,) CONKLINU A CO..
1 W.CHI WIS. / No. 7B3 Broadway,
IT. II. C'ONKLING. 1 between 8th aud 9th its.
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111 open on MONDAY. February 7. the latest novelties In
aruitures for ball and evening costumes, arranged to order.
a.es aud baskets tilled to order beautifully with Tropical
eaves; a specialty. THE PARISIAN FLOWER COMANY.
28 East 14th St.. four doors west of University place.
' I. LOEWENSTEIN, Proprietor.
No. 9 Rue de Clery, l'srls.
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lock of Dress Goods, Cloaks, Shawls. Sllke. Hosiery and
enllriiirn'a Furnishing Goods, Domestic Goods and Fancy
oods will be sold for the next W days regardless of cost,
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corner Koraylh at., New York.
SilAW.
M Writ Utli at , naar Macv'a,
364 Koivery, corner of 4th at.
THE lareeat atoek of HUM AN HAIK GOODS,
poaiiivelv RETAILED at WHOLESALE PRJCKB.
LADIES' 11A IK TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
COMKINGS
tn ad a up by Gin newly-Invented method
5Uc per ounce aud upward.
^ ?A.?CARPETS.
WE ARE NOW OPPRR1NU A MNE OP ENGLISH
TAPKSTKY BRUSSELS (SLIGHTLY WET),
ATJ1 2'> PER YARD:
LAO DAILY RECEIVING TIIK LATEST SPRING
STYLES. WHICH WILL BR SOLD AT EXTREMBLY
LOW PRICKS.
H ENTIRE WHOLESALE STOCK KIIOM AUCTION OP
LACE CURTAINS
PROM
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IB PAIR TO THE FINEST IMPORTED AT HALP
PRICE.
SHEPPAKD KNAPP,
3 AND 185 OTH AV . ONE DoOll BELOW I3TII ST
LADY WISHES TO SELL AN ELEGANT POINT
L lace Flounce et a eacrithe. Addreaa CASH, bua las
raid Uptown Branch office.
'OR SALK-A CAMELS HAIR SHAWL, INPKRPP.CT
order, never worn, ,'iltl 3d at., tlrat bell.
i RUNOUT. ARTIST LADIES' HAIRDRESSER*,
T. trom Parla. late with Animate Petit. No. 7 Rue de La
it*; Juat received Hair Net; unite Indlapenaable to ladle* ;
mi the latent atyle of CoilTurea for voireea. specialty of
On* leeaone In hairdrerainit to the maid. 1,145 Broadway,
ar 26th at., Brat Boor,
lABKAU'S HAIR NETS FOR TO K FRONT HAIR:
keep the balr In perfect order; latitat can diaponte wltli
lit; alto Hraiijt, llrim[I?, Ac. So. 7 llnlonopiate.
tilVIN Kill tiMiVKS. Vlnl.Kr RATO!? DK riliu
dace (I.eiture Soap), Velootiue Snap, all eeuiilna artlit.
ai II. ORtlllliE a oo. 8 data Hruei. .vi Kant l.'tli at.,
lit of Itrnadway.
F.ai.SK I* SACOUE, Mcrr AXD HO A, 91 i " 9K&
) Sacqiic, $"0; Mink Caue, 40 Indict long, $I4P.
I.TNDO Bin is . i ,-07 Broad tray.
iABLK Mllr, BOA AXO WBMTLBTN. MI\K
' Muff and foliar. (Bill; black walnut marble top Table,
15; two Kinder a So wing * arblno. (10 and fill; tbraa pair
ubroldercd rlllow 8haui?, new, $10 a pair.
I.I MH) BROS . I.JH7 Broadway.
HI It "MAUIO RIB BOB AMD TAPE RI'S.MiR" WORMS
woudara; ornament* and Irimi dreaaea wllliont tawing .
> machinery or tlldee; nerar aan out uf order; work ot a
rek acvnmulliliad In una Unur. Kor tale atfOt'ilRAN.
< I.KAN A i n s. Sl'll.l.MAN S and all leadineaotlon and
ncygaoda liouaaa; Mlrantt par tat. Olltra vW7 Broadway
riuoLBorx. m ?tii av. -stamping kstab
' lljUmaot.?Specialty ol I.adlrt' and Bablaa' Tiootaax.
Ida carta and I'ndrrwaar, Monaframa to vrdar for
ibla and bad liaaa. bandkarcblaft. Ac IVIiotaaala dapart
*?4 Aoc#f?wri?t tov S?ftSB0iB(. J
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PRICE FIVE CENTS.
DRY GOOD*.
.XTRAOKl>INARV
J BARGAIN'S
ix ri:ai, india
camel's iiai k 811awl9l
. a. t. stewart Jt CO.
have Just opened
flvv (Wl reel 1 lull*
CAMEL'S HAIR SIIAWLS,
Purchased lit the last London auction sale at price* lowet
than similar qualities have been sold in years.
Real India tilled Centres at $75. $SO. $W?. $100 upward.
India llsm Shawls, very handsome. $15 upward.
Striped India, new designs and colors, only $15 sach.
A large assortment of real India Cbudda Shawls, choice
new shades of colon, $|s upward.
The above are uttered at about
ONI'. HALF FORMER PRICES,
Beautiful black and scarlet
BTUI.la siiawls
at $35 upward.
A largo lurotca of .
WOOLLEN shawls
at proportionately low prloMb
Those In pursuit of bargains should call early.
BROADWAY, 4TH AV? 9T1I AND 10TH ST8.
~T~ T STEWART A CO.
J\, Will ulfer on Monday, on the 4lU av. section, tha baW
unco of the lot of French printed
pkcales. jaconets, Ac.,
slightly Injured by water, at IJijv. per yard; sound valosa
111 > to 35c.
They have also largely replenished tbelr stock of
DRESS HOODS.
CAMEL'S HAIR SUITINGS,
plaid and mixed effects, only I - S cents per yard.
PLAIN AND ARML'RB POI'LINS
AND KNICKERBOCKER SUITINGS
at 30 and 35 cents per yard
Also a very large line of very choice
Cashmere serges,
37\: to 50 cants per yard
Tber will continue the special sale of
damasks, damask table covers.
NAPKINS, DOYLIES. TOWELLINGS,
SHEETING AND 8HIRTINO LINENS^
PLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED _ _
DOMESTIC COTTON*
COUNTERPANES. AC.. AC^
uf the very beat makes, at privet lower tUaa similar qualities
have hveu sold tor the paat twelve rear*.
Friend*, euetoiuere, airanger* and resident* of neighbon
log citiea ahouUl pay thrill an early vi?it.
BROADWAY. nil xv. aTH AND 10TH 8T9L
rjx11l BUT SHIRTS Now MANUFACTURED
are
KEEP'S PATENT PARTLY MADE DRESS BHIRTSk
Six Dreaa Shirt* for $(5.
Box*' Six Shirt a for tVt 8D,
Elegantly made from Witmaulta Muslin.
Boaouia and Cuffs from heat lrlali Linen (three ply).
Only one quality. The very beat.
Moat elegant style* and perfect tilting.
Can be lhiiahed aa eaally aa hemming a huudkerchlet
The etiormoua demand for ourabirt* auataln* ua in asserts
lng that KEEP'S Patent Partly mad* Urea* Shirt* are lh?
beat auxl vheapeat ahirta in America.
KEEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
Patentee* and aole manufacturer*,
571 BROADWAY.
Wholesale warehouie and factory 105 and 107 Mercer St.,
aud 500 Broome *t.
TV".I NTP.D-A SOU A RE CAM EL'S HAIR SHAW L,
II largo site, nearly now. Addreas, stating price, CASH,
box l'-'O Tlerald Uptown Branch olllce.
LHDE PLAlTINl! FOR DRESSES DONE AT HENRI'S,
O 341 Olh u?? 104 Yarick at. aud
087 8th av.
UiUVBRT AND DRBIUUKllOa
AT HB WEST 40TH ST.?RECEPTION AND EVENING
Dresses in the lateat atyle: ulao Walking Suit*; very
best fluiali; price, $12 and upward; all kittda ol white worv
made to order; nuraea' and waiter girla' French Apron*. $ I
each. Mr*. O, TRACY.
A?M A R IE-TILL MANN CO.. OF PARIS, IM,
porter* of urt Millinery, Modoa, the new Capote, lateat
loruis and light ahadea in ladle*1 Dreaa Hats. Flower*,
I'lutnt'i, Fella, Crapea. 4-3 OtU av-, near 30th it., late Mm*.
Michel*. _
LADY WISHES TO ARRANGE WITH A GOOD
house to manufacture millinery, lace, auita aud fancy
goods at tier own house; work and price satisfactory. Address
MANUFACTURES, station L.
t ?MAISON WALTON, 802 BROADWAY. ABOVR
J\ . Union square, imtiurters of Fashion* in Bonnet* and
Round Hats, Mourning Goods from W.C.Jay A Co., Regent
at.
nXRENCH DRESSMAKING -LEADING PARISIAN
I style; French Panler, iiidisuensable to the present
fashion ; Patterns of the latest Paris fashions.
Mine. A. DUVAL. 87S Broadway.
M .811E RID A N. DRESS"AN|TCL6A"K_'MAKER
Suits made in the latest styles, $U, cloaks, $3; fitting
* specially, (us sin av.
MRS? oC'TTIN, PARISIAN DRESSMAKER. BElifd
about to cu to Paris, solicits ordere; bait references.1
30 East lSth at. '
PLAITING.
114 East 14th it.
opposite Academy or Musi*.
LEGAL MITICES.
ATEW YORK COMMON PLEAS.?IN THE MATTER
il of the aslicnmeut of Edwin R. Cartwricht sad Acnes
],. Hazard.?Notice Is hereby irtveti that Edwin R. Cart*
wri^lii and Allies L. Hazard, partners, composing tba Aria
of K. R. Cartw right .1 Co., of No. 701 Broadway, Tn tba city
of New York. Uavo made an assignment to the subscriber ol
all their estate for the equal benefit of their creditors. Raid
creditors will present their claims, with the vouchers duly
verilled. to the subscriber, at hit place of business. No. 331
Broadway, New York city, on or before the 13th day of April,
WM. It. CHEEKS. Assignee.
J. II. a B. P. Watson, Attorneys lor Assignee,
2*.tl Broadway.
Hated Naw Youk, Jan. 10, ls7il.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -ALL PERSONS 1IAV*
Init leB Furniture at 343 Hudson at., formerly occupied
by Messrs. IV.rtuijclon Bros, sre hereby notified to lake
their Finffilture away withlu ten days from date, or it srlll bp
sold to pay espouses. My order of FREDERICK BOLIDE,
Proprietor.
WATCHES, JEWELKY,
A CREDITORS' BALE OF FINE WATCHES, JBWelry,
Silver and Silver Plated Ware all this week a4
l.'wt Bowery, stock of Win. I). Brigus, Jeweller. Goods sold
rvtcardlrsa of cost.
Advances made on diamonds, watches and
Jewelry. WILLIAM RKIMAN, 114 Nassau St..room3.
\~LADY WILL DISPOSE OP ELEGANT-DIAMOND
j\. Cross and Solitaire Earrings at mncb less than their
value. Address W. T.. Herald office.
?MONEY To LOAN. ON DIAMONDS. WATCHER
Jewelry. Ac ; the same boui(hl and sold back wbea
required at a small adt anre; Pawnbroker? Tickets bought
of Diamonds and Watcher.
J. A. WILSON. 200 West 34th et.
A T NO. S 11 Til ST . THREE DOORS WEST OT
J\ Broadway?Diamonds, Watches, Jewelrv, Silverware.
Milks and ull kinds of Property bought and sold by ROBERT v
J ROSENTHAL, successor to late Jackson.
A" T 11 Mllll M i K lt>--7:t'??EX TK A ORDINARY BAH.
gains In diamonds, wntehra. Ae.; alio, diamond*
walcliea. Jewelry, silvrrware. valuable. Ae.. bought, sold
ami exchanged: loam negotiated. Established lfcM. J.
II. BARRIXOEIt, dealer, 7H.'> Broadway.
TLADY WILL SKI.I- THE PAWN TICKET* OF IIKR
j\ Disruondt. as ahe cannot redeem thorn. Address LANCASTER.
box Itil llcrald office.
KINK FRENCH CLOCK, BLACK MAKBLE, WITH
real brnnt* llgure. almost new, (oil SIM), price $M?
t all at 113 Went 12th at.
UAIO.AINs IN HI \M< >N lis. I,OLD W Alt' II KB A N fl
J) Chains; ON* Kold American Watch, $IIK; one Londot *
Watch. $7'>: one tine (irneva Watch, ttetu winder, $115; ons
Seal Sacqus at a bargain. UKOHUK C. ALLEN, I,KM
Broadway, near 2t'th ?t.
f*ASII PAID OK LI UK HAL ADV ANCE9~MADE Ol
U stocks ul dry goods. Address AL'CTION No. 1, Herald
office.
ThO TOV WANT YOURWATCH, JEWELRY OR KAN
I ' repaired In the beat manner f Go to GEORGE 01
ALLEN S I.P.S) Kioadwey. near -Jtsth at.
BOR SALE?SEVERAL VALUARLE~ARTICLES ol
F Jewelry. Aa<ir?f* X. E. D., lltrnld Uptown Branch
office.
T.Vill -ALL \ VI.IIV IIANDSOWK PAIR SOLITAlRl
I Diamond Karrinica and three Rings; will t# sold e#r|
rheap Address III SSELL, box I.'> "? Herald office.|
II NIK) BEDS . OPPOSITE ~lYu.SRY HOURK.?DIAI
J ntond and Cameo Set. $<<73; N> karat Diamond Kin*,
DA UNDO BROS , 1,207 Broadway.
]!Ni?o BROS , 1,207 BROADWAY.?GOLD VEST AND
J Neck Chains, Bracelets, cents' (fold and sllear Watches,
Lockets, silverware. Opera Glaa.ee, Ac.
I I SIX) IIKOS . Dl AMONDS.80L7TAIRE AND CLUBJ
tera, harriuga. Brooebes, Crosses. Studs and Rings a!
low prices LIN DO BROS , I.2117 Broadway.
HMMKD HEAVY. DoL'BLE CASED STEM wiSLf.
11 Ing Watch. llr?l data movement, good as new, at a bargain.
'Addreaa, with description and price, WATCH, ki
120 Herald office.
fot-7 BROADWAY. OYER HERALD CPTOWN
1 >?.< I I Branelioffice, rsorn H ? Parlor for ladles; branch
I.2tf7 Broadway; Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Ac., bough!
and sold.
KUROPB. ________
rAPTAlN CONRAD RRICKBON.-AKY ONE KNOW,
inic ?li? addrma of Captain Conrad Erickaou will render
a ?er*lc* by vending It to A. M., Porta Retain*, Pari*.
"L*VA?I.ETTKit IN YOL'M NAMK~AT~ POET OPric?
Pi Naw York. Will do my beat to ko ?b tha Centennial.
SISTER _
ukntihtryt ~
A set or teeth made in three houmatim
\V*?t :<4th at , between tltli ond 7lh *?., noor Broad
way. Special Biernaulcel dtnllrtrv: coral. rubbor. roea
pearl, whal*l? n* rubbor. gold and pletlnaBeta; Plumper*.
Keiriitalon, Ac. Tub# Krnt car from (Irrail drool forry ?*
Sixth xveuue cor* or Broad wot eara.
NKWNOVOli li8 Wert 34th rt_
B' KAb'Tirt'I. ARTIFICIAL. TEETH, ?t; glHOLg. *?}
Imrt time oHly i Mlrtr Blliniri. kk Now York Daniel
Hoodie, 202 0tb at. Wmmmyn until 2.
1\K WHITE, HI.'HI I EON IlK.NTIdT, "lM
J / Silver lilllngr. .'Sir., gold end pMtlaa, *; h*" ful
ante of toelli, $5. $* end ?!<?. All Work warranted. Opar
NuDilara till I. Mortimer
"a. bmitii, out imi av roitmekf-r of
U. C. White'*. bile doceyod taaili <b*t. will do ryj.X
vice for yeere: aleo Taalli leaartad that will gloa
faatloa. (rem Ci aad upward.

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