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Vote tho Whole Tnmmnny Ticket
I! ice jit Ttctlford.
Tlm host nnmiM on thu Tnmninnr ticket
nlO lllllst' Of AllRAIIAM H. LAWRENCE for
Muyor mid Oiiaiii.es Donoiipe for District
Attorney. Uu mru mul mjIu fur Uii'ui
Txitli.
Wo mlvlfc our rcn-ltrs to rote nlso. for
nil tho other nicii mniiliiuli'd by Tanunnny
Hull with tilt' pintle n.xrflitlunof GUNNINt)
IB. llr.nroiin. .s'rAr hi name off mid put
timt 0 Josun Si'THKitr.ANi) lit placi.
The Mnyornlty A I.nst Look nt the
Field.
The Interest In this city Is nmluly eon
rfiitrntctl on (ho Mnyornlty contest. View
ed upcrOilully, Air. IIavimkykji might ho
expected (o get tho 64,000 votes given last
full to tho llepubllciin Stnto ticket, Mr.
r.AwiurscK the 55,000 votes thrown nt that
election for tho Tninmnny city oantllilntcs,
and Mr. O'Untr.N the .10,000 voles then cnut
for the Apollo Hull nominee.
Thin undoubtedly Is tho fund, to (o
ypenk, upon which ench of the- thivo enn
illilaU's lit tho stnit supposed ho hd
rijtht to draw.
This, it ulU ho en, would mnkc the
contort a neck mid nock meo In1 1 ween
Ijawuknck and Uavkmkykr, with O'Uhik.n
far in tho renr.
Hut this, unless everyhmly Is mistaken,
Is not the present condition of tho contest.
Lawrence la lielleved to huvo held his
wn. Thcro Is no good reason why he
should not get lis mnny votes now, nt tho
very least, us tho Tuininiiny ticket, then
under (ho bun, received lust November.
Yliei'o mny bo sumo desertions among
Dctnocmts; but It would seem to bo Im
possible that time should not be made up
by (ho Tiibenil llepubllctius, who will go
tor Lawrence to n man.
The supporters of O'Hhien believe thnt
ho Is to gain heavily over tho Amllo Mull
Toto of November, 1871. They mny hnvo
pood grouudi for thU lonst ; but where is
thelrguiuto como fromT Cnntheyshuku
tho sollil Lawiienck voloT Wo doubt If
Uieycnu. Tf O'IJhien adds to tho Apollo
Toto of a year ngo It looks as if his ncees
tions must mainly como from Grant Itc
publlenn. This being so, O'Hrikn'u hopes
rest upon tho strenuous cfTort ho Is un
doubtedly putting forth to pe ltrpuhlfcuu
votes, all of which will be n loss to Have
xr.rr.n. Tlie tone of tlm ItVpiiblIo.ni press shows
Unit the hornet Gr.iutltcs are seriously
alarmed at the Inroad which O'Hhien Is
making In their nmks, leailiug outsiders
to believe that the bargain which (Jiiant
made with O'Hhien hist spring, though
alnco repudiated by the former, Is now
being win li d into effect by thousands of
rank nud (lie Iti piihlleaus.
If there Is a Republican stampede lo-dny
to O'Hhien, ho mny be elected. If ho gets
no support from that nirtrtrr, he will be
Mies third In tho nice, and the tniggle will
then be between Lawrence and IIavu
xiEvni. At all events. It Is safe to say thnt all
mho do not want O'Hhien for Mayor should
not thrown way their vote i on IIavemeyer,
but give them to that sterling reformer,
A.MIAIIAM It. LAWRENCE.
Tho thin) riYtilt will bo published in full
In The Sun of to-morrow morning.
Presidential Illeclors.
In order that our renders mny see nt n
Ijlnnm thelearlneof to-tiior'-owinorniiiBs
election returns upon tho general result,
wo append a table of the States, with the
number of their electoral votes:
Kttclnmh Rttetnral
vrotee. I'eieOilvn. Stntr; VvHutXtn.
Alabama pi Mlsiourt IV
Arkanaaa f Ncbraava s
i:allfornla t Nevada.. ., S
Connect cut 0 New Hampahlre... ....... 6
Itelaware 9 Sew Jrraey 9
riorlUe 4 New York
Georgia II North Carolina It
llllnola 21 Ohio 23
Indiana. 15 Oregon 3
law II J'cuDajIt ul s
Kanaaa & IJiode liland 4
Kentucky . li South Carolina 7
taulilaaa 8 Trnncaaee 1J
1 alne 7 Triaa S
Maryland to Vermont 3
Maiiarhuielti li Virginia... , II
Michigan 11 we.t Virginia 5
atlencaota s Wlaconala 10
Mhaliilr.pl 8 -
Total Set
Tho number of votes required to elect
tho President and Vice-President is one
hundred nud eighty-four.
We presume (hat by midnight to-night,
r n llttlo after, careful oberven on the
Iilgh hills ami wntih toweis will be nbln
to decide how tho Pieideutiul election Inn
gone,
I Hut at any rate, everybody will be ablo
(O tell to-morrow moi 11I1115 by mi impar
tial and Intelligent purutal of Tub Sun
which rhiues for nil.
A I. on miii for Yo-I)uy.
The trngetly of last Saturday niglit, when
John Scanni:i.!. delibeiTJcly murdered
Tiiojiah DoNonun, after thrco previous at
tcmpte) (o commit the nuiio irime, U ono
whidt could scarcely have occurn tl In any
other civilized city, uiilebslii Philadelphia.
That a man ho luid Foluiiiily -wnin to
commit n murder should be pet milled to
(attempt the lifu of his publicly di-nigntilcd
victim not only once, but twice and thrice,
and still go at large, thus giving him the
opportunity to exeoute his bloody dentgn
' Icnly and without an attempt at conceal-
ment, would appear almost Incredible to
) any ouo who does not know tho impunity
) given in this city to criminals who cuu
) command a strong political intluenee.
Tho secret of Hcannelib escape from tho
oowerjuences of his first three attempts to
kill DoMonuE is found In the fact thnt he
had n powerful friendlnMr.JAJiK.sO'HiuKN,
tho enndlthtto whom the Custom Houm'
Itln Intend to eloot its Mayor of New
York to-day, tkiAN.sci.i, was a Deputy
Vhcriff under O'UiucN when ho ucoompu
nWxl his stcjibrother, I'i.ohknce, in tho
rufllauly assault on Donoiiub's house on
tho 3d of Deeoinber, lt-iJ, which wus the
beginning of tho troubles terminating in
tho murder of Halurday. Many person
bollovo (hat It was John Scanncm. who
fired tho shot which killed his brother,
liutoud of Donoiiuri hut In any event
thcro cam bo but 0110 opinion 111 regard to
tho character of tho tlospi.r.ito mid made
on Donoiiuu's plaoo by thuBc.iKNCu, parly .
Vur his sliuiu In tliU dUturbu.nct;', John
I iVMNNrt.!, was arrested und taken to the
J JeiferMin Market i'olleo t''.irt, where
I DoMoitut unuleit formal compUlut ugalnai
I hli t, charging him with shooting a man
1 named Oeouob Johnson und himself.
1 jAMaHO'IlRiK.vatouceuiniu to his relief,
ft anduitoripondiug nearly a wholo day to
I leutiro his rclooso on bull, dually suconedod
1 In his effort. Wnoo then Boankkix has np-
7 psntnitty been pennlttod to shoot us utunh
W ulw liked and at whom ha pleated,
'DoourcKlzeuii with Uii frishtfu) coa-
dKlon of affairs (o beeomo pennnnent? It
they do, let them vote to-day for O'llranar.
And If they huvo nny hesitation about
voting for O'Hhien, they mny ludiroolly
nld Ids ambition by volln.tfor IlAVKMEYEit,
who wns put Into tho nico by the Custom
llouso to make tho running for O'Hiiikn,
by catching the volesof it class of men who
would not vole for (ho luKcr under nny
circumstances.
At (he tt tmo tlino let (he friends of good
government und public order vote for (hat
upright until mid worthy cnndldutc for
Mayor, Aiiiiauam It. Lawiiknce, who will
tommatid tho piidnigcjiof nil whonro In
favor 0 lenl reform.
M'licrc, oh AVIicre, is Cooil John Tolevt
Several peivous will not bo able to not
Intelligently to-tlny, because they will not
know iiow tho Hon. John Folet Is going
to vote.
Folet Is a member of (he Comml((e of
8oven(y and (he Committee of Klf(y. He
Is also one of (ho Inventors of IIavkhkybii
mid of gold pens; mil It has becu demon
strutcd that ho is hi soma respects a greater
man than Ciiamjm OTo.von; but ho has
not let (he people know how ho Is going (o
vote.
Is John Four for IlAvr.MKTKir Then
he is u friend of religious proscription. Is
he for LAWRKNcnf Then why hasn't ho
published tho fntt? Is ho for OTliilKN?
We fear so, for wo notleo thnt silence Is
one of tho peculiarities of O'Uiiikn'b
friend", and Koi.ky Is silent.
Is John Foley for GhantJ Then ho bos
censed to be n Democrat nud hns Joined
tho Hepubllcaiu. Is ho for Dr. Clnnr.LEY ?
Then he Is once more In unison with Tttui
many Hnll. Is ho for Charles O'Conoh?
Then he Is for n man who has not his
knowledge or his nblllty. Foll-y knows
how to mnke n gold pen, and ho can make
ono; but Mr. O'CoNon enn't.
Finally, Is JonN Folet for Dtx nnd Uon
insonT Then ho hns gotio buck mon him
self. IsheforKKitNANandDEfKwI Then
he Is going to vole for (he men who ought
to be elected j and that Is whnt John Foley
loves to do.
The majority of good men will vote for
Keiinan nnd Drpew. Now, John Toley Is
ngood man, and he alwnys wnnts to lx
In the majority. Therefore wo conclude
(lint ho will vole for Kehnan nnd Depew;
nnd wo enmestly advise nil his friends nud
all (he rest of mankind to do (ho same.
Ilotv It floes.
Four thousand thrco hundred nud
elghty-slx eitses of forgery, fraud, over
payments, nnd unlawful detention of
money In which tho United States Trea
sury has been tho loser, oro now under ex
amination, or pretended cxamliintlrn, at
tho Instance of (he (lovcrumcnt, (o tny
nothing of defnlcntioiH and robberies
which hnvo not yet been discovered.
Where prosecutions have been instituted
iipunt delinquents under this Adminis
tration, however, they have lurii so eon
ducted that the aggregate costs of suits (o
the Government huvo amounted to a good
deal moro than tho sums recovered. If "n
tlefaulier Is sufficiently loyal to OnANT he
is not usually troubled In regard to his
dellclencics, nnd In more than one Instance
men who were defaulters to (ho Govern
ment In large amount) have been appoint
ed by President (itiANT to n woflices where
they would have fiesli opiortunlties for
plunder. This method of encouraging de
falcations Is original with the present Administration.
A Libel on Jutlica Drndv.
The Ttmta of yestcrdny, In an article on
tho Hall trial, says:
"Two of the Jurors were eerMlnlv Infliifncsd.
One of tlicni waj In n room with Illatrlct Attor
ney (iAltvi.v, Jnihre niiAliY, and others for sev
eral minutes before llio ciuo went to the J'irjr,
and ho had liern een. It was alleKed, to go Into
the Mayor's ofUce."
TliU must ccrliiluly be n mtstnke, nnd
we refer to It simply to defend Judge
IlitAnr acalust tho erroneous Imputntlon
of having been eloe(tl with it Juror during
the progress of it trial.
How to ricct Lawrence.
If every honest, sincere, earnest Demo
crat In this city votes to-day for Aiiuaham
It. I.AWHENCE he will certainly be elected
Mayor.
If either Jamts 0'IJniEN or William F.
IlAvr.MF.TEit should succeed In tho effort
to become Mayor to-duy it will bo because
tho Democrats of tho city do not rally like
men around tho standard of the only regu
lar Democratic: candidate.
Give the Dnr to the Couutrr.
Klcctlon day Is n legal holiday. We trust
that tho shops will generally be shut, al
lowing tho young men to attend to their
own duty as voters. When that is done,
let them spend (ho rest of U10 time in
bringing their friends to tho polls, so that
every Itgal votemuybeput Into the ballot
box.
What wo especially desire Is that there
shall bo n full vote. Then letitbehoiieetly
counted, so that the will of the people may
bo fully nnd fairly expressed.
Let the youug men attend to this. They
are full of life and vigor, nnd should learn
to take an Intore.f In politics. Ono day is
uot too much to glvo to their country.
The polls clo-o ut t P. M. j
Our hist word to nil our fellow citizens is
to nte for
Ja4ah Kullrlaul
for nty Judgav; anil ajwi tor
Churl llunfihac
for District Attorney, 'fliay are vend ion anil
Ut for thw-e r'aees.
A meeting of fpnnlsh bondholders, con
tend! In Ixnitlon at the reiiiet of the rianlsh
Minlatcr of FllialKC, was lirli at the London
Tuvuru on Oct. 21. Tliu ptnpotal for deallntt
with the dividends on the cxUruol debt of
tfpAln, and which was laid before the lueellnc
by lr, (iKHFTCMiatto, who piraldeU, wax to pay
In rash two-thirds of tho dividends 011 tho three
tier cent, bonds, and to la.ue three per cent,
bonds at S0 for flto years tor the remaJnlne
tulrj. On an InthnsAlon that unless tho propo
sition was accepted the Bpanl.h Minister would
resign, tho modification were finally accented
by the bondholders, who, however, expressed
their opinion pretty frankly that It would liavo
ueeu rrefernldo for the credit of Ppnln to Issue
the atix'k portion of tho dividend ut the actual
awnmo maikct vuluo of tho bonds, which Is
about iwi'iity-iiliio liuteud of fifty.
While it Is very truo that much of tho
brandy whlrli Is told In this country nt high
prices Is onllrely the croutkju of American In
dustry and choiulud sidll, It U ocitirUly troo that
a Rood deal of Imported lliiior Is but llttlu If
any better than the wow, of the alulteratud
stuff which Is fixed up by Amertaun dsulers poe
scsfuxl of more nterirIso than houosty, aud
palmed oft on arrsdulous puUioatthe prixluct
of franco. In the TJveipool Assise recently, n
wlno and spirit mfcrcuant ol Liverpool broucbt
action ocalnst another doaler for rofuaing to re
celva, aeaoriUr.a to agreemout, twelve qauter
eak ef Oofnac hrandy at 2S.OI. afalton,uad
KW cmi of brandy At to. ft to, Mfro on board."
U'lin Ufoflw Ual lk lwaa Wo Wah,
- i'H--u
and that the hraiMwal shipped from bordeaux
Instead of from Chtrente, as was agreed upon,
In cross-examination the defendant was aikad
fcow many bottlts ther worn In a Ballon of
brandy, and after soma- hesitation he replied,
'"I support thero are (rfiifrsllr six," 80 It ap
peared that tho prlrn he roiurldered oxorbltant
was fire pence a bottle for what was called Cog
nac, brandy. This was undoubtedly French
liquor, but what Its quality must have been at
that price may be left to the Imagination.
The right ticket to-dny will bear Iheso
ntmeit
Fvr Cttv Jwlut ;
Jasluli Hiillirl lniid,
For Dfatrfcf Mlorncu:
Oliarle llonsliHr.
These are worthy, capable, and faithful men,
FJtrt them.
Shrewd cnlctilatow, who have deeply
pondered tho subject, hare arrived nt the con
clusion thnt tho Committee of Seventy enn con
trol slxty-nlno votc, and that tho Couiuilttoo
of Fifty cati control forty-nlno.
The rote they cannot control Is that of tha
Hon. John Foley. He Is a politician without
fear and without reproach.
The Madrid pnprrs published two weeks
ago an official account of the final and complete
surrender and dispersion of the Itepubllcan
Inauritents at Ferrol. In a London paper of tho
S!d we read that, "notwlthstandlne tha success
of which we hate heard by telegraph of tho
royal troops at Ferret, Are hundred of the Insur
gents who escaped by sea to Belju hav en
trenched themselves, under tha command of
i'ozax and Mo.vtejo, on the mountain over
Cnlnnm (near the northeast corner of the liny
of lVrroD."
Remember, the polls close at 4 P. M. to
day. VoU before that time, or you can't vota
tail.
Jaatlro ta Itarac tlreelcr.
Jt-om a Ifbi .V.
WhedterMr. Greeley's uomlnnllou wit
nrluinatly tha Itat that eoutd have Won made,
ha long rented to be a uriu tlaal question. It
must at leant bo conceded Hint he htia borne
himself well In tha ciinvas. Apulillo man was
never nut Into a moro trying and difficult p.
lion than Mr. (irerley was by tho lUltlmore
tiomlniitlon. It seemed Incongruous - nny, there
ws a real Inroncrillly In mnklnK the clilcf as
sailant of tho Democratic party Its Presidential
candidate. Hut his conduct In this novel
emergency has been a marvel of tact and
wisdom. lie tins not clvcn to tho mo.t
zealous or seiuatlve Democrat the sllirht
est ground of complaint. He has been
most faslldlouaW exhct und ronslderute In dls
ehanrlnc every nolhratlon which resultoU from
his new xlltlcAl relations. If Mr. Adams bad
been nominated at Cincinnati and endorsed at
llalttruore, even lie could not have acted In a
lilaher or more chivalrous spirit toward lotb
(ranches of his supiKjttcrs ; and althouuh the
position would have been far less trylnir to
him than to Mr. tireelev (from bis less active
and less acrid participation In post party pol
itics), ho cxiuld not have deported himself with
a larger circumspection or a more sagacious
appreciation of Inn duties he would have owed
to the main body of his supporters. Mr.Ureeley'a
admirable beorfnir In this canvass has thrown
new llsht upnn his character. It has exhibited
his amenability to tha steadying Influence of a
seuao of tespunalhlllty, and ahowtt that a Hutu r
idly linpulilve uinn and trenchant partisan may
nevertheles act with the most perfect self-polm
and Milht imod sense tiLilerrlrcumstuneea which
might have uu.ellluil cooler heads. Mr. (iree
ley's character has been raised In general esti
mation, and especially In Ikmiocratlc estima
tion, by the singular skill nltli which ha han
avoided runnlntr upon rocks In navlgstlni: this
danxerous channel. Any stolid man might huve
kept clear of mistakes ty etnndlug apart from
tho canvass In dumb retirement; but Mr (Ires
ley has travelled extenshely, and spoken wllb
great coploitane and freedom, without saying a
wont which his supporters can regret or Ids
opponent!, take advantatru ut. Whatever fault
Democrats msv find with him must be for his
utterances before ho became their candidate.
As a natural consequence, be hu won it con
stantly irrunlm; approl from Democruu who
were, at the oulaet, opposed to Ida nomination.
I!asy terms for furniture, carpet, and bed
dlni. at II. tl.l owaerina-all ('Ak'a, rAciiatham ilrecl
Ao Inuneaa atkr and law prices. Ilrsaira furcaaa,
orpArmenta recivcl veeklyor moDtbly. I'arloraoJ
thinibcraullea la great varlelr- -Attr.
For weather alrltis for doors and wlndown gn
to V.. s, A J, lortey a, loi 1 ultou airtel. mar UcoatUa)
-.1JC.
HAltlXE TXVKt.l.KI KXCH.
ArrlveH-Moxnar. Nov. I.
ftramatdp City f llrtiaaela, Llrerpoot, iii.lae. andpaaa,
srraturilp Oeiirgta, cbarlt-.ton, niil,e. airt paaa.
Stcaaiatilp lleory Cttauncry, Aaplawall, udic. aad
paaa.
srramthlp K. C. ICUat, tleorcetowB. D. C, mdae. aod
paM.
Hark Tetorle PnhrooacVI, Llverpnot. mia-.
Hark VorniprMar. l Jaro, auar and paaa.
llrlg K"a.ak, Malifa, frnlt.
Prig Aatelue, lloaton. Ire.
STKcMsnirs Annivrn opr.
QL'rxsBTrtwe. Vor. I.-Wyoiulcg, Ualtiu. aud cur of
NeVrk. New York.
1'LraoL'Tii, Nov. 4. SUtala, New York.
Snsinrsi plotter.
An Artlrlenf Trne .llerlt.-" Ilrnwii'a Ilran
cilULTucMira'are tlie ninat popalar artlele In this
couatry or Furops for throat Dlaeaaea and CouzUa, aod
thla pepularlty la tad npon real merit.
Kaai'a Hhim. Knoa kaa I n t r 4 11 cet kin
vlnter itjrlr of g'-ntlemeu'a hata. It 1. t(.t,- Ktiti'i,
nDapproactuMo la twautr. elegante, and daili, Iltiy
your hata at hla pupnlar itore.313 Proadway.
The beat iilaee In New YmrU In bnv rrltaldr
walrhea, Ans SUumnila, rich. faatiluuaM' ene,rr.aat
lerllng allvrr e,ldlngpreaiala,tai4L I 111. 4 Hi I ultu.t
at. Diamond! a ipeclalty.
I'nllllcal Prauda are PrrTnlrnt. Tn TOId bna
log vlellniUed ln your Dialer liala at K.SOi., .U
liroadaay.
nAnitKTT. In New tinrtna, rrnn., yovemtier , of
hemorrhage of the Innc-s, Heajamln 4). Harreit, tha
axeat of Adama Kvpreaa at that t.la;r. aiid a uephew of
V. 41. w eatcott, ttuperinleudtat of the 'ew Lovlaud
Illvlalon.
COU.ISS.-On Sunrtay, Novembers, Patrick Colllna,
la the irth year of hla age.
Itelativraaml friend, of the family are respectfully
Invtleil to at lend hia funeral, from hl late reatdenre, p
Jaiuea at.oa Wrdiieailay, Nm ember C. at X o'clock IV M.
CONDON. On Saturday. Joaeph. aoa of llioiuaa abd
Anne Condon, In the lah year of hla age.
funeral 10-day. at ll( P. al from hla father's real
denee, SSIh at. and ItroaU ay.
Iioaton and California paera pteateeony.
II ANION 1.- t hla lale rratdrure, -'I W ,.,t X th at., on
November t.tivorgo )laiuoad,a veleraa of tlie laic war,
agi'tl 44 ycara.
The I111 eral II1 tak( place on cdneeday, at 10
o'clock, at Trinity ( liapcl, inence lolnulty ( rnetrry.
MIJI.LKIAN On .November . I lwanl Mnlllgan, a
native of fUlbblggaa, cuuuly alcutu, Ireland, aged IB
ycara.
Hla remains will be Interred lu Flatbuah, on Tseaday,
November 5, at 1 1'. M.
McCANN. on Mouday mornUtg, Koveaibcr 4, at 10
o'clock, after a lingering lllneia. Ito,auna aletmu,
wife of Joan MeCaiui, agMlM vcarv.
Tho relatlvea and trlimla of llio family are rcaperlfut
ly lorlK'4 to attend the funeral, from brr late rceidcnc '.
So. 7S North Mb at., WlllUiuaburgh, on Wcdacaday, at t
o'clock.
Hoalon paperi pirate copy,
ItKADYV-On tfaturday, Seremher i, 18n, Mary, nllct
of Ihouiaa Itcady, In her rati year.
The relatives and frltnda of her family are rrapectful
It Invited to attend the funeral, from her lale re.ldrace,
No. n Uraad at.. Urooklyu, K. IJ., at 1 o'clock 1', M., on
Tucadar, November S.
IIAKTfert.-On November 4, Tanny ltafter. the be
loved daothter of Tbouiaa and Kanny ltafter, aged 3
yearaandil dayt.
The funeral will take place on Tuesday, November 5,
at S P. M., from Weal av, and "lb it., fluatrr'a 1'olut,
L. I.e.
TIIUkir.-'ON'.-Intbfaclty.on Monday, November 4,
(leorgn t'abot Tlionipaon. syed W years.
Iha relailvra and frlenda of the family, and niemhrra
of Ilergrn fxdge. No. 41, r. A, M., of Ji-raey city, and
Krangrtltt iJiiTirr, of New York, are Invlli'd tn attend
the funeral, frunihli late rertdenee.vctl Weat 3ta at,, on
Wednef day, November fl. at 1 o'clock.
IloMou panera pteaao copy.
SiHcial iloluti.
TAVLOK'N Gltr.AT CO.M lOlN D
roa
IIOTtSK AND CATTLE VKtD.
READ TIIR TESTIMONIALS 1
We have Investigated thla article, and one of our alio
clatta baa tried It with good rcaulta. We believe It 10 be
aa repreaented. Amtrlran AgrteuUiirlil, Huunxhtr.
They were ualng Tajlor'a CuniK)Uud Food, aud found
It of Incalculable value In all eaaea of cold aud affertlou
of the throat,-iMit(aarUeI, .Via loll ltuuUK
Oct. !S, m.
Among varloua remedies lucdare a anlntlon of tir and
belladonna aad Taylor's Couipound Food, product of I lie
Maahallan Feed tlllla Co, TliU laal mcntlonvd l Ibo
only remedy which baa mot wllb marked aucwaa aa a
preventive and euro. Bouon JtraU, (kl. i, lnv.
Manufaclurad solaly by tha MaahatUu Veed Mills
Couiiiouy, W. II, Taylor, lrrealdent,!HM andDK Weat '.Mil
It. bowu-Uwn utllce, 14 Uracil at. Agouti wanted.
, A hPltiritcIMI'IIY I'lHl IMIIIHI! atTT
MA. Illvo Olive iar lulvrually and apply It tu tlm ncek,
forehead aud breaati place olive faruvi r but wan r
and charge well the air of I lie itablea wtihtti Itwlll
llva great rallef to Ilia lungai fur couxha,rru Uiruat,
or dliteinpcr latnratea cloth with Oltvo Tar and lie It
around U10 bit when wing the horaei relief will be Im
mediate. Hold by all drufglali.
""'PICJIIKTM (lilKKKNiTY.-ilortl Havana
Lotlcry. A. tlAltlKP, eole agent of (loyal Havana Lot,
trry, U) Kreadway, V. O.Bea I.M, New York. I'll tea
raalied and Information furnlrtied la all legal lotlcrlta,
fend for circular.
ItOTAl' HAVANA I.OTTF.IIY.
tkaeta, V. Otdan Jjllfdi Infonnalloo fualabud.
I U JJtt! J. tJU
. StftM Jrjcfiftl
RSri IILlrN r,AIlEH AND tlKHTJYKMKN
Are invltial to mret at las
rOOPKB INBTtTtlTK
TIltB EVKNlNC,. AT 1 OTLOnt,
.TO II BAB TIIK FtWrriOV ItllTlllt'CS.
TI1E ll)t.HWILl QWAIITK tTK WILL i)B ri'J-.SEXT.
CoL CHAltLKLS 8. SI'KSlCKIl win preelde.
AI.ONZO P. t'tflt'V.KLU
( halruian of Male Comuiltlee.
J. M. K'afp, F ecre tary.
..''.TA't""':0'sf'i vtrrto.N.AMD ifiir.r
MAI IHf In the wor( f.irm, .pei dlly rellevtd anil per'
manenlly cured. PniMileta tree.
LI.INros Ml.llflWL INHTITt TH,
141 Kin Isih at . New York.
rfrf'UPTM N 4 IINH I.T lill. .1.
II. SI lll.VI K of I'blladelpbla, at Si llondtt.,ou luci
day. Not. I'l,
fWitnltS J?tm:ilf3.
A-1. l J KS are Invited lo tako any kind of sewing
macbuira tliry like, and work eight boon In shop,
or take fljnr.l cr title ehtrte, Ac, borne, and pay only
a small tatt dowa.and lere tiaall aruustirry week tu
pay for th.i nucblne, sal get CMh for work, Fluibu y
llarment .M'fy, 106 Cbamhers i.
A-WOTMC given ont St advuueeil prlfes to pay
for flrat-cUM aewicj macUiaea by Inilallmenta 1
luatruuloa free. PtiNI) CO.,
III Tiaat till it. and 21 Astor place.
A-rtr.HPUfrrAni.K trlrla la want ef eicrnenl
illuatlnn forallcapsrUles can be aulted with
ont delay at Jll Uowery. hatrancecn Dlecctcrat.
A l,A n I KS ar tangbt to ouerale on the ll-mlng-i,
ton aewlnir marblne. Good tllnatloca provided
alter learning. TH Bowery.
A -30 I.AIlir.-S to learn tn operate machlneei
V . aild ri per week la work at home. 471 Vlli ai., aud
No. IS5aay.
A HltWI Ml DiacMnaa for aale at 11. fit, and f.-i.
l a worth double those anma, aad work given to aid
111 paying for them, at Ut 3d av.
AN KV Ant-rlaia iewlng"macblne 1 payable In onrk
at hornet free InatrurUon 1 alao, fuller St liar.
num'a turkrra for all hiacbtnra, at "IJ llroadway.
A 1,1, flrt-cla.atwlng macblnciTfor aale on miall
weekly paymenta In work. 4mMar..aearib'that.
A IK I. wanted to lew 1D11 covers.
'Jl.A,i: iiri!0,:T' 3WrreatWlhat.
BArVTr.llts wanted on veiiti MgheTtprFces paid.
Call aid? Weat What., In tho baiemrnt.
Dlt V.stM II A l Mf M wanted. Two who noderataed
trramilng pcrfccllymay rail at lie 4tb ar.. ;M floor.
IItTikIIS. -Vtanted.agtrl :io niMlrrllaii I curl
ing 1 atesdy work during winter. Apply at Jt Ureen
airreC
II.MMIKIIH on tn strap pauta In and out of tbe
hocie. Si I cth at., flr Boor,
Tltir tuulf SniTbcr wanted. (Irernwlch tt,
T Altllif1" Work furniedarhome to py for new,
U Aritdus eewlng nvrhlnea, on monthly tnalall
menu, from file fun Inal ruction free. New ork Ma
chine Htltehlag Company, rl ad av, near a.'.h at.
PKIIATtlltS wanted nn linen annf alpaca eosHt
tu pattlea to buy uiacldnia on eaay Inatallmtala, ta
or oat of the ho.ue. VI tliambera at.
I'KII IToTt'r and buttonhole makrri on flue truck
coata and overcoat, call oue week, lioliiwrrr,
nnfloor. T. risKH.
OI,KIIATIJH,-.l"Hllors 01 ei .Tt i 1 wagei'froni
II lu SIS. 1VI Stanton it., between Atloruey and
ltldgcala.
Ol'I'.lt.VTtlltS wantM on puntilnniia and vealll
alao. glrla to learn to bine. Monroe at,
PK It A TO II toTaew linings end pockcta.
N IC'tfLU HS llowery.
OPUIlATIIItS anSTflnUbera oncuataT !i Hu-y
it., baartsent
SF.VIN(1 machlnra rented, privilege of buying, and
aoid cbeapt terms ea.y. at Urecnwlcb av,, corner of
Weat 1Mb at,, aad 1S7 l.ul Proadaay. Ladira taugbt
thorougblyi old inacblnea repaired.
SKWINIJ M AC!I I KK.-selling oiri great bar
gainst r-U, Mo, 13 C.rennwlch av, aud 137 Kast
llroadway.
li M I t"T I A N If wanted -steady work! work gU en
. out. Call one week at ATM at., Wllllanubnrgb.
SKVENT ribbon weavers wanted 1 itcsdy work.
. A. H4ILKI.IAC Si SONS, tu Vt eat ina at.
17 l'.fT hand wanted to work on tbe premliea,
NICOU.. Ul Uwcry.
WANTKTf-Hoad aklrt HnTahera for white ahlrtal
ti alao. one flrtt-vlaaa trtaimlng operator on Wheeler
A Wll.on niarbliie. lo work la the houte. Apply at M
Ite-rardat. Ali, a boy wantel to w-r' In the alilrt
frout :-partmrnt t oue having worked at that preferred.
NTP.I- neperslnr on W A W machine who
vv thoroughly iiniler.lauda dr''rrn"kiiig aid b.rion
belcsi alao, a fw guod drcaarja rai g od wagia
gltca. Mfps. F.l.;'ti;l), miethar.
V A Vri:i tllrla tntitueplcklea,4c.ievperlenced
tl bandi only need aprCy.
JXOAKH. CO.. 1M nineat.
W A NTKIS Al!ret-elaa nvritnr on .Ktua ma.
vv rhtne to work on cloaka.drvsav. Ac. lmiulre at
No. 31 Av. A.fauty atore.
V A NTKI-4lpcrators and haiUera on vtat. Si's
V V halt Uou.ton at, rear. SI floor.
YV A NTF.il Operators and baitera on sTngcr'a icw
vv Ing machlnra. at ns i:at sth ft.
Y A NTF.II-A girl about IS vcr olttntakechHrgc
v ofrhlldreu. AppD ai ,'alt Weat utb it. up italm.
YV A NTI'.U Ail operator on Hinger'a maeldu. to
V i work 00 coate. Ap,l) at Wi l.a.t s h at., lu itoie.
YYTA STKI) - FlraKIaaa" dres takers, st S33 Weil
VYadbat.
YV ANTF.Ii -New atdrt Iruneri.al laundry 418 ant
4.0 Wist .'71b it ,ncir th av.
YV A vi'KD-Dreaimakera aud operatora, at 411 Wiel
V 9'tb.t.
V A NT l.l) t iirippergltla tuatrlp HaVuuatoWco.
tllludaouat.
Y' A NTKII-Sreepectahlo ulrl., 1 l7 I J year I of age,
! TV al light aurk. ISi cat at ..'dfioor.
YY A NTCIl-O.iod flnbliera aiid prv.mrn oncuttoui
1 v and aliop pania. at i Howry , intrauee la Doyrrit.
YV STKil-Olila In concert nio No. 11 Boaerfl
VI up Hairs.
i It l. n anted ho uucratand ataortlng old pa--h
t'era, at SH l!oe .
Is V I'l UsT-4'I,h" flnltbera 00 ehop panlai alio,
t afewru.tom tuliore-Ma. 104 lUyard at., lop floor.
Oi I NF.W iblrt Irnr' roa fine work wanted at I'nlou
-l Laundry, lul Tbompioa at.
?Z.fi rVPKItir.NrFtl tnMceo atfirpen wanted
) VI at ti Wnoater at.; alio, 110 to learn; hlglirat prlcea
paid In the clly. '
I (111 flPKIt ATOItst wantel tn doqnllt llnlnrst
Ills work will be gtrrn out alao, at !a and MI
ran nth it., between Ata. A and u.np autre.
Whnfrt JJlnlts.
V M Ml T, acme, andboaeit American or OVrnisa
.1 loi lu a f.c ..rj to r n errai d, piate lab-la. pack
caari. Ac hoiira, 7 A. M toS p. a.l.ry, fo a weik at
Jrit. AddmaP. A,,bop, Huiiorflrr
liKNTf wanted to aril bonka, Iilclurea.Tci cold
men ran main fid lo tl) a day , hooka aad nlrturea
.Id on weekly paynieuts. At.ply tu (. Mcc6mii, 17
llarclay at. "
IJKST If yoa want to teakemoney call k.
HciNKH A CO.'H abow card eiiiiHirloui, 1 Cbalhaiu
quare, eoruerof Cattuirlna at. andlhiwery.
VI 'A II IN KT M A K K II and a wood turner wanted
to go lu the country. Apply on Wcdncaday at the
Uarduer Manufacturing Co., Ill) flowery.
AYOi:.MJ insn ol good addrea, to make blmaeir
generally uaeful, el a veretable atandi wagea fi; per
week. C. W. TYsON, ' .letlereon Market.
Vr'tllST.CI.AMrtOordon preaimao wanted. Ap
Idy, with releiritcea to
L. HUI(JLOW CO., 13 WliUim it.
I Til AVKI.I.INIi aaleaann wanlmrVor Une f
i Hhttegooilai ilepoalt or lute.tuieni rcqJlrcd. 1,CCU
Third nr., near JUlh at.
VI''lltST-('l,AriS liarnras maker t none oibcra
need apply.
JAMf.s' ill. DIIMAlinsT, 155tb it, corner 8d av.
VIIOY Hint baa wurkrd at the baking, 1 hnuuett
it., cor. Atlantic, Urooklyu,
AliOOIIhoot maki r u iiii 'd for tl.e country. liT
qulru at K, CUM IJ'", M Hold il
AIIF.NTS-i'all at UlllltY'lTihow card ctabllab.
ment and ae what Is going 011 dally. l.R towery.
t llll Y thai nndcnlauda pollabtng Jewelry. 17 John
IV at, lop Poor.
4 YIII'NI. man wanted lo opeu ojiters, at Sit 3d
iY av mar IO1I1 .
i IIUXTM andpeddiers wanted to lell a new article.
A J. SMITH, 71 nieeekent,
iOOHItINIIi:ilrs.-Ily lo feed ruling inarhlnei
J alao a good blank lew nr. 41 Liberty at, up atalra.
BIIYwantenni'lTnlagroom to work In kltclirn at
night. 511 em av.
A KEIIIS.-Iloy wanted. 511 3d ar.
(1 1 Mil "AN Ygolng WeaT No vfl7 und eT" I he rare of
the at. nt of Hie New 1 ork ('hlldreu'a Aid Smleiy.
Iloja aud glrli placed in good bomra, I'atnutee aaaiatcd
In rraeblug their deitlualluu, Call at 111 Eael till it.,
fJmlU dally.
CIMIPrNTI'.ifH wanted i young men who have
I ad une year'a oipcrlcnco 1 to board lib iwployer.
No.M Ilarrliou at.
ill II POrtlTOItH.-Two-tbtrdrra wauled at 1K Wll-
V liam it,
rAH V ITT Kit waTied'i-ouaabo iiadeTatanda
..IJI,I,, fling preferred. Apply to P. McDKlt
MOTf. Trcmuul.
nUfJiltMrV-wolru a0"1 gllsera. Aeply to
VT KEELBlfa art gallery, 4 llroadway, New York.
Q.OOU cabinet makers a anted. I JUX Oreena it.
Ol' It SKY: VI P.N tsllora wanlocrio go Tn ihecoun.
, trv. Apply lo NU IIOI.S, VAN VOltoT A CO.. '471
Canal it,
LKAIM;l,AzilTHHnanle.l at
II. P. liLooiri, sifj AlUntle at;. Brooklyn
OVWTKll.llA.N wanted at I33jty at, llruoklyn,
call fur two daji,
IIIII.IHIIKItH wanteilon niarbleLteJ marble 1 only
eiperlriiccdbanila aevd apply, at 1S1 LUiM utti it,
near 3d av,
IKIIt'Ff-.Tl wanted. Apply at !9 Cortlandt'itTatlo
, o'oloik Wtdueiday muruiiig.
2lil'.s.ti:u wanted. 41 Oold it, 7 to II la morning.
UlltilAKKIIS.-Waiitwi". allien, al'tW Myrtle
i av, mar l'raukllu a v., Urooklyu.
f ItlNMM 1T11"4. -Wanted, a good lliiiimn for In aiid
X outdoor work (one uied to aaaortiueut wurkj to go
to Dover, N.J.i steudr work and fair wage to a good
man, pply arterj otlook at 21S Water at,
f V.VI (JOol) eoaf haitdTwaulrd.-Uood'wagra and
L ooaitiniwork. Apply to P. MULLKN.Tarrylowu,
New York.
f piNrtSl'l'PII waatcd for atrady lob, at I'LTICli Mo.
I. F.WKNt), S3 Ortroe it, between Morrll and fcl.al,
JeraeyClty. ' '
YV ANTED-A boy II or 14 years ol age.wbehM
v soma kavw loSie qt ilrawlng.
Ky Vlk UAlLlCIt. 11 Cutlaj it,
331linllb."ltlltfJ.
"YVANTF.D A good man (o make Moulding ma
IT chine cutlera and oilier fools, and repairing pipe t
a good, lolier, ludiiatrloua man of gennril nlltlty e-in
obtain a permanent iltuatlon. Inaiilrc at PKLOUIIKT,
l'KLTOXA CO.V.MI llruadwsy.fmm lltollA.M.
WANTED A boy. lSlir 17 ycart.t-I llcn.Tagr
v v eery 1 must underatand Hie bualneta 1 come recoiiv
mended, inqulro cor.u r of C'outt and tichcrnicrhorn
ati, Urooklyu.
VA NTKlrT!ire rnalmu coat lian.lt to go a abort
v V dlitaiice la the counlryi alealy eiiiplotineiit 1
asgeifroui I8 tottl ner week. Apply to
N. BVLLIv AN A CO., and SJ White if .
YT ANTED Tw enerarrra, good workmen, sccii
VV loinedloeniratefor enaiuilllne. Apply, with re.
fc'euce. to lit A Hlt'llAllIltl CO,aiIiruadwav.N. Y.,
orltlCllAllDll.CttDltLNII CO.,Nurlh Atlloboro, Mail!
WANTED Two eoodJob compoittorlY afeady
11 alluatlon. Anplv 10
MAft I IN D. UtMl WN, SOI William it.
YrA NTKD-A bandy man for honii and garden near
II HhimiM moderate. Arply.wltb reference, si
Wall it, roam 10.
WNTRII-Two' llnsinltba' acenatomedtn all
inches, till at lis Dt:kinan at, at U o'clock
Tlmradsy.
WANTKD -Several good fur cullers on ilea ly
TV work, at ITOnrooine at, cor. Crmby, iccond floor.
XV A STKD-Two bakersTluLLT LIVINUSTON'B
vv coffee aud cake saloon, II Ann at.
VVA NTKD-A good,"aleady"min to wait on Ubles,
TI at KT llowery, bailment,
"YT ANTF.II-A boyln eoonerranda la the n.li and
VT ojeter market, 3171 11 av.
W A NTEIA"bor to leant the horieahoelug tnaal-
neaa. Apply at in Kait Kd at,
WATflD- A ifeondlund on bread. Apply at IM
TV Pruipoct at, Jcmey City.
YV A"NTKD A boy la a butcher shop. 144 Tbomp
VV ion at.
VANTEI-Two lea glarlera. Address It and It
vv llojtil., Ilroukljn.
O lill.DF.ItS wauted. THOMAS T. KNIOIIT 4k
U into, r, Fulton et., flrooklyn.
fji Ina lion Wlnnito.
A (IRfttlAN womaa wlikea a iltuatlon to do rene.
Y ral houitaork, and a young girl to mind children.
No. 15 Norfolk it, between IUvingtoa and Stanton iu,
atM.HILDS,
AKKMPKI'TA III.K young girl wlahea a altnatloo
aacook In a nice private family, or would do np
atalrawork. ri Columbia it.
t VDINII woman wlihea wiirk by the day, melt ai
X. a ashing or bouae deuulog. Call at 3IS Av. A.
Mrs. NASI!.
ANN HOT I.E. tJO Kait ?M at, la willing to take In
waihlag and Ireatag and to go out aad.wrk by the
"s.
flMI IIOf4 tlllknitH. -Wanted, by a rerpeetable
.L young man with good reference for sobrfery and
workmanihlp, a attnailon aa aecoad kand. AIdrraa
BKCONII HAND, boi IM,Snnon;ee.
VV ANTKD-riala Jannlngnf erery deacrlptlon at
TV a low price. Addrrat JAi'ANNKft, boi 1, Han
ofllce,
WANTED Uy a etead) , reap-uble man, a alma
vv lion aa forcmau on bread. Addreas Y. T., box Lit,
Eaa oIce.
,.lli' -
5'it;il Jriliilf.
if it'LtiTs! m MfvMm,r'
PUICK IIS) AND IfPWAllll.
OnlU mlnntea from the centre of Brooklyn!
Onlv ) minutes from lb- ferry 1
lits frontlig oa Myrtle ar. of Drooktvn!
i new bouaraalrevly erected oa graded itreetl 'I
New Imll lltira golr up 111
Farly and lale ateam tralnsl
Hon . arhoola, and churcbea af Olendste and vicinity..
4'4U lota alrenly 'Id and paid for In full by an Udua
trlona and resectable claaa of ctttscas.
We invite all who are In earnrat and want to aeeure a
honie that will enhance la vitue dally, to eouio and aee
onr prant rtr j go oa to the aolld grouudi look at t he aur
rontKilnge 1 bring your wlvea, your children, and friends,
without coit 1
rrtEE excphsion bt srnr ial tiiain.
TIIL'IODAY, NOV. 7, 1IW.
Train leaves tbe rViuth ftido Railroad Depot from foot
ot (ninth nil at.. YUlilamaburgh, at ilk?) A. M- Itcturn
at 1 o'clock P, M.
Incaaeof aettled rain, eicuralon will take place on
Friday.
he on band early and calculate for delay lnatrcttcara.
No one allowe,! to attend without a ticket.
No tt.'k-ta given at depot. ,
All tickets itinat be applied for In person or br a re.
ponaiM.- party at theoRlceof tbe r.LI'.NUAI.L LOT
ASSOC 1 VTIO.V.Sl CKD s.'l !r , ItOOM .
)OllNC. StMlOOLKV, 1'r-aldent.
f.tlflli cJiai.ei for a bargain at Jaraey f ity. A
ne it 1-atory and cellar corner home, with lot 1 atore
and S ronui alao, a rear bon o, S rooma 1 good location,
near all the ferrlea 1 airceta alf Improvedt rente for
fer month, tan lie bonibt this week tor funi, only
urn eaeii wanted, balaure on uiorrgige to nut pur
ebaier. J. M. HIPPOS, auctioner.37 vlontgomery el,
Jersey Cby. Call or tend lUnip for Nuvcmber ''Cir
cular." ot Srtle nub lo tt.
i f'l.l'll or aoclctrcan rent larxe II -tit rooma on
j the till floor, 4-, .f. and XI W h,e lull it, c. n.rr
Pearler, alio, In lame building. Ilpbt bia.'ment.cOfeei
frout by m depth, fur a tlrit.vlaei bar aud lunch
ruuui.
VPA KT 11 KNTfTtolet ill rooma,"wlth water and
atjtlonary tutu. In hoiuei P.a.t SV'h at , between tat
and id a, .j rcnta per month, 1 15, fit, f 17, and f IS. In.
qulrr at ogee. S3 Vast 3?th it.
VI IITT.Uii: to let la Wen Utb it, between Wh
aad loth evireat II. Iciuire on ttm premtare.
Fpillt EK large and lUht rhepi for any bualoeaa pur
J poaeatolet. Apply on premliea. tr? jackaoa it.
business dUruitrs.
t tii'Piri i,iutAvjNn4.
A. UKN li t KY STATE boTTEItll'l,
KFNTI R Y-Kxrsa Cum No. til, Nov. 4, IfT!.
is 'a. n. ta. a. v, K. is, is, ff, 11,
KKNTL'Cli Y C'La No. tU, Nov. 4, pm.
If, I'.. 71, (3, a. SI, 57, flu. So, 31, CI. 73. M.
EIMIIONS 4 CO, ilanageraVCorlnirton, Ky.
S1IF.L11Y COLI.F.UK I'.iTnAfLaiNo.ls,Nov.4,13W.
S7. S3, ? f.. Jt, 73. 4, 7S, ), 41, SS, M.
MIM.nY rif.l,Kul.-C t.na No.su, Nov. 4. 1S73.
It, 33. 7S. 41, tt. t, S. '1. 33. 13, II, 40, 47.
bMlTII A CO. Mauagera, Covinittcn, Ky,
Information firnlibed auil circulars e;nt by J,
ru fi:. Urotrr, Jr Uruadnar, tiJ tultoa at, and 3
Pai k ru. Foil Onlce box N o. I.5
N 4II.D aud widely kaoan ateam power prlntinir
oSlci., now doing a profitable bualneaa, iltuite.1
below Fullon at. t price, fkioji tenna renurgablv eay
to -n Immediate purrbaMrr 1 will challenge the cloaeat
lnvcitlgatlon. Addren M, bov li. Sun offlee.
IJtill rA I.Koreichange for aniiallproperty8lock
' ar.d astum of a fancy gooda, clgara, totaeco. Ac.
atore j rent paid llll Dec. I. Inquire at II a ar.
1?llll fI.K A eonfea'tlonery and toy atoiv, doing
a g.iod baauiesa. For partlcu'ara apply on Uie preoif
ae. J,l7J3Uv.
I-'tlK . I, K Cheap-Fine oyater saloon, eatahllahmt f
1 yean , d'dng a ruod bu.lueaa, with 1cm.. ;j4 3d av,
corner of 43d at, c all for two daye.
1;oirsAI.E Tlie old catabllahed flT5and "oyater
' market. II Willett at.
I li'! .VIAIIION ST.. near llrand at. Tor and
Lll variety itorc for aale cheap. HcatonlyllX
Ci 1 Kl fJltOCJBK V for lalet dolnu agoodcaidi
3 I buamcaa j rent, f!3 a month. UJ! Cimnwlch
atrtet.
rlintlftt!'.
fl'KETII eitrietcd without pain fifteen yeira 1 be.
E. numblnz apallcatlon 1 beaulliul telli II: t IIU,
pluuipera fr.r lu.Pow cliceka ; aita repaired.
J. JAY VILLFllS.IUCiraud it, near Ilr.u.ln oy.
'ItttlOrt llodtti.
4 I'CTIOX SAI'P of crockery, glaaa, "!biw are,
;Y Irenloii I . and W. tl. ware. Ac . by 111 N I A Mo
DilVAlD. F K. HUNT, Atiettoticr, IIl Mil onluia.
day, Nov, 9, at III o'cloek, at Ml Pearl at, a Urge aaaort
uicut, lu lull to suit dealer.
, fllatbmtr".
ANTED- A good aeeond-band engine itb cut
V oif, with full deaerlnilon and prtrr. Addrcaa
FNCHNEr:il,atlrcenpolnlP o L. I.
Stbiitg IJlutytiics.
VI . 1 , klnda newicwlng marblnra for aarc. to rent, or
en baiute 1 alio, bnugut and repaired 1 good aocund.
bamlvery cbeapt monthly paymeuta. Itu Canal at.
A SPLENDID Ivhoeier ""wilaou'a machine fir
aab'.fi aa good aa new. 403 Sd av near t'Jtb et.
itij (!5ooos.
A It. MY It I, A Nit CTH.-Tlro u. re-l. and blue fan
iniek blanket!, from I3,V) to flit large rlocK f
lioodaln great variety an bandi hoiae blanketi, from
fltafJOracbilaprobriaudhaniria.at K 1IAII n.KTT'H,
Importer and manufacturer, I3 Warren at, and 31 and SJ
t'ullege place.
flouts nub dimuijts.
W ANTED - good alr.rle bone truck and liarw ai.
VV Addren, Haling price, Ac, (I, P. P. O, box 1,7711.
$jtH0nai rj!';
l,l, omeen, sailors, lolJleri, and martnea. woamt.
ed, ruptured, or injured, however slightly, are entt.
tied to pension. P. (. JACKSON, late burnoou U. 8.
Navy, 4 Sew Chainbert it.
CTUU'TI ifl'TT'ILES. Nl'.lt voi r niClllUl Y.
r seminal waiktieaa, and all dlican-a of the kbbicyi
and bladder cured apeedlly and permanently, Paul
pbleta gctalUng trettmeut aent free.
TlUoT. ii. 11KLL, M. L 147 Eaa( 13th it,
Sostb itita lson.
Vl'KW young men can bare board and plraaant
roomst alao ta 0 ladlca. 311 IVeit IKtb at., bvlweeu
7lb and 6th ai.
A HKW gentlemen, or gentleman and wife, orlwo
Y ladlea, can bo acioiuinudaled with good board, at
No, lit! 4th av,
VI'HW boardera caa be accumulated at is, n, aiid
It a week 1 alao,a acrvanl girl wanted. 147 Clrund
at. New York.
AFEvVmechanleaciMi luo good Itoard and pleaa
ant rooma at IIU vtcit fUtli at,, corner of llroajtaay.
iVl'llNrHHED" front romulo litTwltiiloardi
alao, a alnglu room, to a few geutlcmeii, 8 Pike H.
OTr.l. l)7VOS, llTHleecke7aL.uljlrTfuid1v.iT!
-Ixidglnga.nilc. tu f It ruouia by the, week, l to 1.
WEI'Iz-HIMlNIMIIED "roonur'and Oikl-claaa
VT board may be bad ou uwderjU Wruie al 4VJ lluu.
ton it,
t ItrT ItAHT'JSTII NT., betwaeaSd and l.etlng.
XtJ i tou aia. A rcipccUblt youug lady caa bau
ESatd fit a small family. '
Olit M'l4T3hl KT.-Mochanlea and others
1 can nave good board 1 alio, youug ladlca 1 balb
and gaa.
0!iiieitt.
C'AHDVltO.M MH. IIAVICMUYEK.
Certalanimonhave been started lo tbe effect that I
bsve withdrawn from the contest fur the Mayoralty.
They are utterly tndmillclotiily falie. I thatl remain
In tha fleU until the flght la over. 1 ahall neither dciert
my frlendi nor the came of Iteforta.
WV. F. l'AVfrF.It.
IEIt.MAN ItKI'OK.M, APObl.O IIAMm
TAXPAYERS, COUNCIL OF rOLtTICAb REFOItM,
PEOn.K'8 EXECUTIVB COMMITTEE.
NOMINATION FOIt ALDERMAN,
CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK,
DAVID M. KOEtlLSR.
Endorsed by the Produce Ptchange and bnitnett men
generally, Inleoendenl at politics.
Vote for Reform end Reduction of Taxes.
fHB KT.KCTION ItKTUItNS
TO-NlonT
lit Tit a
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
TU Couuaerclst Advcrllscr hai made meal extrsilrs
tslegraphtc arrangements to aecuro the earliest election
retarna from the city and from til lectlooa of tbo eoua
try, and will bnoe an Eitra at half paat eight o'clock
thla evening, with turfclent new lo Indicate beyond all
qoejUonthetucccaitful candldatea for Prcildcat, Oor
era er, Meyoc, a c, A c.
NnwSMKN,
(END YOUU 011DKU9 EAPXY.
"flVUE YOUNO .MK.N'H tilllllUE." !
UNITED DEMOCRATIC
and
LTDERAL REPUBLICAN HOMrNATIONS.
For Member of Assembly for I Ha
NINTH ASSEMBLY IH&TIUCT,
WILLIAM II. DONtlAN.
N AVPKAI. TO tTlTlZKN.
Tbe Committee el Seventy arge all good eltlien to
obaerve election day aa a holiday, to dote their places
of bualneaa, and to give aid at tbe polls.
Tbedaybela talrgvl hotldsy. It la understood that
the Custom liii. "1 and I'oit (llflcc are to be closed.
Ity order of Committee.
. JOtKPII II. CnOATB.
17IIR CO.NOUK.SS-fTII DISTRICT
fAih and isd Wards).
DAVID R. MF.LI.IRir,
"The Champion of lloaeit Klectluna" aad only Re
publican and Reform candidate.
iIlfPK.NDRNf"
Pcople'a Reform Candidate,
For Alderman
of tbe city of New York,
WILLIAM IIADDE.
Paitert to be had at Ml Pearl IL
1AltTs!lVTr.s.l. PoTir.si on the remit of the
elections far President of tbe I'nlted States In tbe
btatea of New Jersey and Connecticut will be sold at
the Aatorllouio after 10 A. M. to-day,
YJKOl'I.AK DEMOrirkTIf AND Ki
lt FORM NOMINATIONS.
FOR MKl1HF.lt OF AhSEMIIt.Y,
rrTTr.F.NTii district, th en riKf h ward,
JOSEPH ULUM KN Til AL. '
R EO If f, All lpnhllcan Reform NotnlaaUon.
fiiiuihi:.!rii ahskmiily DisiiticT.
For Aiaembly.
CUAKLEM JCL.CKIK.
KEt.'tri.AU DRMOf'lt ATI41 UKPL1IL1.
can Nomination,
for cohonkr.
HKNltY WOLTMA.f.
RKm.'i.tit DEvmnit atic itniM in.icA.N
NOMINA rtON FOIt AMUIIILY,
TIIIiaKKNTII A-SEMULY DISTRICT,
IHltlSTOl'IIKItFlNB.
K 7?IT1.A It Dcmocratlo Republican nomination
fur Aldcniunt
NICHOLAS) SXaFR.
RECUI.AU Democratic and Liberal Republican
Nomination,
For Alderman,
EDWARDOll.ON,
HI'.PI'III.MMN' and"betnocratlc Reform candi
date for Ai.iatant Ablerman of tho Klh District
ltu Wardl. EDWARD R. alKHL.
flMl.TIIF. "Hkrr'lll.lL'AN .VOTIMtS of the
I lourtb Aaaei.ibly Dlwtrlct. I would rcspectfnlty
rek all my frlenda In the Pevenih Ward to vote for hou
eat men Jam, a Ryan, for Alaetiibly, and John C. Kcat.
Ing, for Aailitant Alderman. Rtaperlfnlly, WILLIAM
H. WARD, tnialmun Young Meit'e lpnbllcan Execu
tive Uummllttcc. Fourth Aaacinbly Di.tricL
yORKlNtJ WOMAN'S Independent candidate
131U Anembly Dlitrlct.
ron A.iKwnLr,
'JOHN F. HAI4AN.
rtftTii .! em ui.y'distu ii:t.
mU lIJiU Ward.aoumcf 7Jthit.J
RKFORlt. )
lil-M'Ulll.irAV, NOflNATION.
UNION OKRMAN, J
FOR AS8Sim,r.
WILLIAMS. OPDYKE.
Ol iTHAr4KJf HIiY niTUIIT. t)lb Ward.
JF Democratic and Liberal Itepubllcan Nuuituation.
For Aaalitant Alderman,
ISAAC ttOMMKRis.
The Wnrklngwan'a FrUr d.
SabingJ finnti. '
IRVI.NIJ MVt'INliS INSTITI TION,
1 M WAltRES ST, NEW YORK.
fix PER CENT, INIF.KRsT allowed on all anmi.
Inlereit commencea from flnt of January, April, July,
and October. Hank oocu dally from 111 A. M. to 3. P. l.
WALTER W, CONPKUN, Prctldeul.
YakbiiltL. BrxTow. Hecrexarr.
MlTTf'AI. RE N K PI f SA V I N CM II NK,
Its Naraau aT,bCK DeiLntxu, Skw Y oaa.
Intereat commence! on the first of ererg month at the
rate of all percent.
iiaxa: noi'is from lOto I dallri alto, Monday and Sat
nrdsy evemaga, 4S to SH o'clock.
WkyTiuK AYI.N(4S dank,
151 SIXTH AY, TIETWTJCN IITH AND MTTf ST8.
Open dally from to 3, and on Monday, Wrdariilay,
and Saturday evenloga from S to S o'clock.
Money depoalted uu or before Nov. 10 will draw In
terval from Nov. I.
blX PER CENT. ON ALL RUMS.
Wat. II. Aixxa.rcc. F A. CONKLINO, Tree,
ciumatL "
BllOUF.N NATION A I. HANK NOTES
poiiiiHT.-Fiit-R to ri:u ci'np. RikMii'm.
FULL PRINTED Llrsi FfltNIlRRD FREE.
Dill A EN A 1IROTHER.
40 South 3d at, Philadelphia.
CEfU ETA It Y" lll'I'ICE. lUll E KAII.
H way Conipsny. New York. Oct. 9.
Notice la hereby given that the tranaier hooka of
thla Company will bo rloied at tta (leneraj Ofllce
on the 7th day of November. ISTI, and remain cloaed
till the 18th day of November. 1ST!, when the books will
be reopened f or tranaferaat the nrtlce of Duneau,t,hermiu
A Co., who have been appointed trjuafcr agenttof thla
Company, liy order of tno Doard,
II. N.OTIS. Secrelarv.
iliistrUniitaa.
fPIIOr. J. POPUcV into.
. . PK1 IRON AND AM. METAL,
737 Peai 1 at, near Iteekman, Nt w York.
a Tl) III I'ENTli for aatlu a all paprr iTplendld aa
t aortuuet uuw eloalng out; borderlug ouo cent a
yard. MLupcuardet.
3,'osl ana onno.
TIMT Nor. 3, a Scotch slut 1 ears and tall cut abort,
J wltltitrap and rtnir on neck. Flnaae return W Hit
Maeuougal at, and get a llbeial reward,
C2 I k RK1YA It b. -Loat Nov, I, orTa Catharine at.
tl7j r ferryboat. a mcniurandum book. Above re
ward will bo gcu ou leaving the eaine at 31 Catlia
rtae at., atore. H. HOLDS TKIN.
Sou cfmiujjjtng.
IJUK.NlTl'ltK,' ' CA It PETS
A I1KDDINO,
AT O'FARRKI.l.'S '410 KlailTIJ AY
CORNHR OP 'joril 8T.
PAYMENTS TAkENWEEKl.Y OR MONTHLY,
IUUNITpUE, carpcta", and heddtug-The largeat
; aaaorUnent and tho loacat prlcet fur caah, or ou
weekly or monthly pavtiienta. at
II. M. COWPERTHWAIT'S, 1M Chatham it.
WJtKIlir.Y Oil MONTH I, Y PA Yjl ENTK.'
Larpeta, furniture, beddtag, Act prlcea lower thau
anr bouie lu tbo city. r
JJBALY CUNNINOIIAM.
1 ' awtaidjaveaithat.
MTATK.
Jt'DIOIAUY.
5imtisfmtiil.
J) T. AltNU.M'HC4KEATHIIOV, .
iLate lllrpolheatron, Hail lllh it, near llroadway,
IXEOANTLr RECONSTRUCTED AND ENLARGED fl
wilt open Monday Evening, Nor.lt, at 7 o'clock, and 1 '
everyday afterward from tt A.M. lo 10 P.M. 1 t U
Hippodrome performance at 3 and So'cltKk. fl
TIIEORKATESTBHOWON EARTH I M
P. T. IIARNUM'B COL01SAL TRAVILI.1KO IIU- 1
HEUM, MENAOEIIIi:, CARAVAN", ZOOLOtMCAIi
GARDEN, HIPPODROME, and DAN COSTEL-
LOB CHACrTE, REFINED aad SUFERU
CIRCUS.
ONT. TICKirr ADMITS TO ALL.
This extraordinary combination has no parallel on H
earlhluthe eitent, onlqucneaa, and variety of lu at I
tractions. Mom than a million of dollara have been ea H
r ended In tlilllait crown tin effbrt of the proprietor, wto H
with forty ycara' e.pcrleace at manager, and thla lavish H
outlay of money, hm nia.lu it the ruott pleasing and H
marvetona combination of Instrnctlon and amuaemeat H
cvcrwlineiaed. It l attended and approved by tha fl
most refloed daaaes, and the Revercad Clergy of all da- H
aemlnallons. Famlllea, ladles, aad oUicrs, who can H
conveniently attend llio day exhibitions, will find them H
leas crowded thtn thoie of the evening, H
Adnilnlon lo the whole, ladndlngjiest In the Dal cony, H
SOcenlt. Children under ten, half price. Sofa l Pa.
quelle, 33 centa citra. Reeerved cnahloncd ami chairs
which may be secarrd three day la adv,ioce-W cent a H
eitra. In coniequenceof Iheenormonietpciiieof thlt
cttthllihment there will poilllvelyhc no free Hat, H
Bm,rluiM mm NTo..T8?.r"u,jXii:? ;fl
Mr, and Mrs. DION llOUt'lCAl'LT. ,
and last reprcaentatlems of new Drama. KERRY I or
fi.l.,.,.,l.!"..Aa MOItMNO.end JESSIE llllilWN. Mr. '
P.OUCICAULT aa Kerry. Mlaa AtlNKU KOItKltTBOM
flra. nonctcantti aa Jee. Mr. BIIIKL RAItHY as Oa
lily. Mils KATENEWTOSalMri Ilramood.
LASTllOliCICAUtlATlNrRbnlONKon BATUU-
DAT NFJCT at 3 o'clock. KERRY
and JEBSIE IIUOIVN. fes.
ROOTII'M TllBATHli," NEIIMJiN, M
The management reepectfnlly annenncrw a limited
engagement with the beaiillful and lalcutcd EndUb,
MISS NEILSOV,
who will roakeherFIRST Al'PKAUANCE In AMERICA
on Mtl.NDAT EVENINO, .NOVEMDKR IS, tn be tale.
brated Imperaoaallun af
. . Jtn.rr.T,
InShakeipears 1 rrand tragedy of
ItOHKO AND JULIET.
of the OREAT 23 CENT SHOW,
.. Foot of llouaton at., Faal river. W HH I
NIT-FKATPnES IN THE RtNO TItl4 WEEB. laaB
FRANCOIS BKIORISP AND PUI'lI
In tbelr graceful poaetandgymtiaailvt. Llkewlte.UeSf
. perfectly trained Sg..
rERPoniflNO DOfia IN COflTnME. 'a-
WM. Mllli(lN,tbeINVINCllll.E rMaaaaai
HURDLE RIDER and HARRIER JUMPER. 'aH
..... Till! Wll.l) V.M MIMI AltAHS,
In their fearful leapa and lofty mmernnlt.
. . .HASSAN IAHMorD, Oriental Ju-glrr,
has olacd the Arab Troope, and will appear.
. Moss .tinlinl'.Y,C'ryatal Equilibria!,
MImIIELU ARMOR. DaahingEqueatneuue.
have also hen added lo the attractlona. aaaaaaa-
. EVERY AM'ERNOON AND EYENINO.
MENAOEII1E brlillvntly l'ghted up at night.
ADMISSION TO ALL, 33 CENTS. r
W al-I.Afl"trM. g-m
tl Proprletorand Manarer..Mr. LESTER WALL AOS.
Notwithatandlng the
IMMENSE AND SUSTA1NE1 Sl!CI.T.'i3 f
wlilrb haa attclide.1 tbe production of E aaaa-
PYCIUALION AND OALATEA, Waaaaaaa)
rninnnneed br tbe 4
II AND THE PRESS
to be the MOST IIIARMINO COMEDY 1
.... eer preeetitedaa. this Theatre,
Mr. WAI.I.Af'K la Compelled h annoonre
THE LAST FIVE NKIIITS AND ONLY MATINEE. 1 i
SATURDAY, Nor. I.
Tbe play will be offered until then with
THE MAItVKI.I.OCH OPril'AI. ILLUSION OPTUS 1
"DIS.-OI.VINd STATLIU" 1
byProf. TODIN. of the Polytechnic liiatltute, London. J
Due notice will In' uiven of tbe first appevrance of Mr. 1
JOHNtlll.HF.RT. Mr. EDWIN, Mlaa KFFIE OERUQff, ,
Mlaa HOSB COdHLAN, Mn. JOHN 8EFTON. ' JH
G" 1 It AND liPEUklrillrtE. VaH
r Bole Leiice and llanaiter... Sir. AUaL'STIN DALY. fl
LAST WEEK tbut IwuToF ROI CAROTTE.
L.18T M.S.TINEP. tbut 3)' oM'.Ol CAROTTE. 8ATTJR.
SnORTI.Y A OREAT LOCA7. SENSATION byiMr. H
"POLLY UA' u''oa Popular Parisian
lTV-"EN'i'K Til KATHl
O Mr.Ab'OUsTIN DALY,. Mile Leiaee and Mansrer.
Hill LI. I ANT t'OMFD Y REVI V L 1 1 1
TUFSDA Y. Nov. 1-EVEII YHPDY'S FRIEND.
WEDNESDAY, Nov, ft TIIK INTOVSPaNT.
Till RSDAY.Nov.7 HIE lN'f()NSTNT.
IHlDAY.Nov.s-KVhltYltODY'S FRIEND.
MATINEE I
SATURDAY", .id, TUB INCONSTANT.
r.VENINtl.S !
"IJI'IIINXTEIN I'llM'KilTS. s'telnway HalL
XV Ruotnt-lo and lenlawikl lu t'ham'H r Muafo.
1UESUAY,N'uv.l'AT1ll'USI)AY,Ndr.lt,
FRIDAY. Nov. i.t.and SATURDAY. Malineo, Nor, 19.
The ere tt and mil) era illy exprea.ed dewtre to bear i
Rl'IIISMKIN and UII.MU!-KI lu Chamber Mutlj
l.aa luducod Vlr. (Iran to announce a a, r!es of HHI
( MAM1IKII MI'-II CONCERTS, at above.
Several rimn. ut artlel. lu, lu.lliur Meiaia.
I.OKUENKr.ROiVlollni, nciitlNER (Violoncello).
tltll ERIE (Viola). MAT.KA iVIola),
bare betn enriurcd lo aaelat leara.
Kt'KLNVIhlNau.l WlKNlAWSRI
tn theevpoaitionof a branch of art In widen, they hv 0 ' i
won ipeelal dl.tlnctlon. ,
Mile. LOUISE LI EUR ART ao.1 Mile. LOUISH OR- I
MEN Y will alao appear lu appropriate vocal eclectloat. I
Reaerted scats. Two (3) Dollara.
CA DE.UY OF 5l l7siC-l.CCL'.l. IH
. 1T.VI.IVN Ol'EIW-LITCra..
TOMORROW (WEDNESDAY) KVENIXO, NOT,
AT H O1.L0CK. rH
CRISI'INO E l. COMARR.
...... M'w t LAlU LOUISE KELLOOO.
FRIDAY, NOV. s, at S P. M,
M,.E.PACLINTLUZi;;A,.,naAIt0-
SATURDAY. NOV. ,. ., .VAI LUISB KEUJ-
OILVND LUCCA MATINEE.
riMINY PATOIt'HllPEUA iioiik. i
I . 'JUt UUWLRY.OI'POSITU Sl'lllNtl sr.
MATINEE) EMKKMIN and 0 RANG Fit,
MATINEE EMERS&N and OIUNtllflt.
MAlINKi: LITTLE MAtlOtE IlKNSON,
MATINEE MIHS JENNY BENSON,
MATINEE TONY PAHTlirt. ORJi WIIJJAatB.
MATINEE' THE NEW LOCAL DRAMA, Hi
MATINKEl CRIME IN NEW TURK.
MATINEE IIAIiltlllAN aud HART.
TODAY I UhH JENNIE ENIIKI..
AT3K. I ALL THE STAR ARTIBT8.
rpiiKA'riti; t.ii.illtliJE,
.1 . 3III1ROADWT.
MP. JOSH HART... ., ....LeMeeandMaoagcr.
ilrilweekuf Mr.U. W. JES1E1I, '
the man with tbe talking hand. t
First week of the new hurleaque,
Atl-I-NKS.
The WORRELL SISTERS In tbo barlctque,
MATINEE WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
OI.Y'.Vf Pri' TIIEATIfK. L's. ITRItniOLB.
LAST WEEK of the AIM EE OPERA DOUPPE.
MONDAY, NOV. 4. I
LA PERirnoi.E thy aporlal reqnrat) LA PRRICUOLB ,
and the pbtinumenun lufaut voeallat, 1
ROMEO DIONIdT. ROMEO D10NE8I. I
Tueadiv. Weilneadar, sndThnrtdar.RAltnP. ni.liUK, .
FRIDAY. UPNEFIT OP MLI.E. AIMEK. '
Mondar, Nov. II. I.yilla Thoiupaon llurleigiio Tronpe. '
t .MElUt'A N J NTiTI'TirIvTilTllTION BaaaH
A AT F.xiiimimN IfALI.rON I
TniRD AND bECOND AVS,UY3DST.
LAST WEEKS. UiT WE 3. f
Open from A.M. to 10 P. M. dally nnlll Nov.lt. t
t holCH ninalc by KEAl INti-H FINE HklllUCTION
ORCHESTRAL HAND Day and Kvcullig.
Aduibslon, Ml ci iitai m banlca' tickets. In pnekagrt.
SUceuta 1 children, act tits.
ORAND 1'ROMENADH CONCERTS WEDNESDAY
and SATURDAY KVENINOS.
" j3Kit'i0-N's"
CALIFORNI t. MINSTRELS.
7IS r.ROADWAY. 71H. I
THE M STER TROl PR OF THE WORLD.
Di:i.EHANTY AND IIENdl.F.II.
r.vr.RY EVENING .ND SATURDAY MATlNHi J
I'. Mainitre A Wily Kmrrion Proprietors,
I1NION StlU.TltP. TIII'.tiTlirT" ,
(J Proprietor. . .Mr. Sheridan "Shook.
Managir , . .Mr. A. M. 1 Imer. 1
EIOUTH WEHC OF AllNES,
the great aoclety play, wruleu by S.iMuu ciprraalj fcr
MlsA AIINES ETUEL, '
who (Ilia the title role.
MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT HALF-PAST ONE. .
Mill EtheFe encasement at tbla tbeatre la limited to
one hundred nlgbla. H
A i.'YTncIm:'i h"ins,tih:i,.s. H
nstl.JAM(:ini:ATitr.itii!.isi'iisr.ANDn'WAY. .
ENTIRE I'll tNI.I. OK PROGRAMME. t
IIOI'HhS CROWDED TO THE IKXIIIS. -
niRl'll. WAM1IOLD A IVM'KI S'S
SN rRVNllSCI) MlNHfRULS 1
API'Ktlt EVhltVtr.VKNINU AT 8. .
SEATS SEC UR1JJ blX DAYS LN ADVANCE. .
YY'DOD'S III, NEJ ., HltRLIMqUE.1 t
SlM.t IAL ATTRACTIONS,
TO-DAY VT 3. EVENING ATS.
MI.1 H. .OF. The ll.alillf.il IIUINOKr
lnANl.hLHF MIDSItlllT. Jn tkc SILVER DEHON, 1
Hit VAXT'S IIPKIIA IlllUhU, Til) tit I
JL Every eveulng al t, wid Saturday Matlnea at 3. -
KINO KAKROT. KING K kliliOT.
KELLY aad LEON In tbelr tpeclaliUea. I
TJOWF.ItY THEATRE. H
I Flrit appearance uf Mr. NEIL WARN'RU. .
NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DERI'S. r
Preceded by the comedy of t
HIS PHOT PECCADILLO.
L'TEIMVIV A K4INH' 'aaaaaaaafl
k3 UlLV.ND.blJt'MU., ANDUPRIOIIT (
Flrit of the Grand toild Medal, of Honor,
WORLD'S PAIR. PARIS. Ii7 -LONDON, lift
ONE PIANO i: l-.RY WIHIKING IIO0R.
TEN PIANOS EVERY DAY.
EVERY PIANO WARIUNTED FOR blVE YKAL
lllualratrd Lalaloguca, with Prlco Lilt, ruailcdfreaaO I
aopllcatlon.
WARE ROOMS. STEINWAY HALL, '
ion and 111 Eait lfth it. New York, I
flhisitnl ,'iiis(ntmtnl5.
A (lltKAT OI'I'Elt I-IIORACK WATERS. 411 ' H
tl lln ad ar, New York, will dlipoee of llO l'!A FOB,
)IKI,OIIEONS,andORONK, ol ilvflrat-claKi tndiera' '
Including Watrn'a.at VERY MlWPflU'l S FORCASII, f
or part caih.anil balance In nialliitonililvlni.l illmentst !
Ihe lame to let, and rrnt applied if piirebHaeil, N,o 7- !
octave tlrat-elaaa PIANOS, modern liilproiciucnta, for
r.cnll, NuwreadyaCtWl'ERrOP.illLOROlUIAN,
tho moat beautiful etyle and prrfeet tonoevcr u.ado. i
btect uiualc aud muilc mercliaudue. H
tlllCklCltlNIi roaewood' piauoforie, U) perfecl f
Vj onler 1 oulv tux)! bargain.
J. RIDDLE, 13 Wan r Icy plice.near llroadwty.
"IjV,"(iANT7-oclaveroaewool plauoforto auli tTQ. B
.IU JAMfcM OORDON.Ittllleecker at, near UacdoagaL I
fit f? it TO Sl'1. bnja good aooond-band planotlt '
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