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I 'MOW WILLIAM POOLE DIED.
' tbx ozn UTonv of hilt. rooi,B'k
file Trouble llh John .Merrlascy-Tlie Fatal
Nlthl In Hlmnii Hall-Losr llaker'a
Flight-" I IMr a Trwe Amerlrun"-I,lvlng
Ills a null In hi Heart,
i Jiorn Ihi A'lic Furl IX'paufi.
Tlio occtirroiioi's we nronbout to iirsorllio
obii scarcely be described under any other heud
Ing than tliat of a Imttlo. Four people were
seriously Injured, one of the in afterward dying
from Hie result of hie wound", while no less
than ulna were engaged In tho desperate conflict.
In ItM the bur and lunch room opposite thn
Metropolitan Hotel wa known as Maiiwlxll I'.
It appears to halo hern ut that time, a fuvorlte
retort of the ' fine)',' and membcra of the
rough order generally. On the morning of Feh,
24, in that year, two well-known Individual.
Til.: William Poole and John Morris
aey, afterrrartl member of Congress, met
thero, and, entering Into a discussion about
ome quarrel they hud had pre omly, got to
high words, and eventually drew pistols on each
other. Neither dared to nre. however, nnd the
proprietor of the place, Messrs. Dean A: Deagle,
Interfering, both ware arrested. I'oolo waa con
veyed to the Eighth Ward station home by
Officer Hogan, but there being no one to prefer
a chargo agnlnst him he was allowed to go at
llherty, and at once returned to Htanwlx Hall,
where lie entered Intoa conversation with (ome
peoplo there relative to thn mux. Morrlssey,
who was In charge of Officer Hue, was liberated
by that official on condition that he would
prouitso to appear In court If called upon the
following Mnndav morning. Morrlssey after
ward met a friend of his named ll)ler. who was
staving ut rUannlx Hall, and who wished him to
go back theie and sleep with him that night,
which, however, he declined doltig.frarlng a re
suinnlloiiof the qunrrel with l'oide, and pre
ferring to go home
apmtKH IN I10l.e,'l I KCK.
At 11:30 A. M. on the 5Mh I'oolc was still en
paved In conversation at the bar of Slanwli
Hall, when a csrrlagci drove up to the door from
which. It wa alleged, U men alighted. Thoy
waro Iomls Ilaker (formerly a policeman!,
Jama Turner Patrick Mi l.uughllii (familiarly
known as " Paugeiie. ' who several jrnrs nftcr
wurd was killed by "Had" Cunningham). Cor
nelius I.I nil, Charles Van I'rlt, and John Hyler.
already referred to. Poole waa leaning on the
bar, with Ida back to It, lien McLaughlin look
him hy the collar and endeavored to Induce him
to light. He ued very opprobrious, epithets,
and dually spat three times In I'oole's face. The
latter at once pt rolled that they were desirous
of getting li I in Into u fight, and took no further
notice r McLaughlin than hy saying "Thats
floe. Isn't It '
I Turner pulled Mcl-auchlln away, and Poole,
moving to the centre of the room, stood per
fectly Millet. Turner then, seeing that their
efforts to exasperate I'oole had failed, threw his
cloak or coal upon the tabic, and exclaiming,
"Let's sail Into lilin. any how," drew a revolver
and attempted to shoot him. The ball, how
ever, entered his own left arm, and lie fell. It
Is supposed that white presenting the revolver
some one knocked against lilin, and altered the
course of the bullet.
pool nr.ua rim ill' urr.
Toole then, fullv realising the liitoutiona of
the crowd, exclaimed : "For Ood's sake.doiit
murder tno '." ...
After Turner fell his conduct was more like
that of a madman than a sane being. He kent
Srlng round him, and dually succeeded In
shooting I'oole In the leg. While I'oole was still
on the ground, having stumbled on being shot,
naker ran up to him, and plating the muzzle of
bis revolver against Poole's breast, shouted, "I II
put you out of the way now."
Turner kept firing, and even shot his own
friend Ilaker, Inflicting a flight wound on the
scalp and another In the thigh. Charles Lojlrr,
who was In the hariooui at the time, hastened
to the assistance of I'oole. and he also was shot
in the head and thigh by Turner. The party
then hastened to escape from the place, but on
raining the door. It l alleged, again turned and
fired at I'oole. The latter was found to be shut
In the left side right below the heart. He was
allowed to remain In stanwlx Hall all night, but
In the mornlur.seeiulnc better than mm antici
pated, he was conveyed to bis home In Cbrlsto
I tbi ri-OAPi or nsKtn.
Ill the mean time. Information being conveyed
to the police, the Captain proceeded to tho resi
dence of Justice llrvnnaii, In White street, and
getting that gentleman to go with him, went to
the residence of Johnny Lyng, corner of Canal
street and Dreadway, where It was expected
the gang would be. and without ar.y difficulty
found McLaughlin and Turner, but ilaker had
nian.tced to escape, fie was traced to a drug
store where he had got his wounds dressed, and
Dr. Clark, who had attended him at Johnny
I, vug's, was found, but no additional Informa
nt to Ids whereabouts wa obtained. On the
lollowliwc Monday morning John Morrlssey pro
ceeded to the police court. In pursuance of his
promise to oflWr Hue, and gave himself up. He
was held to bail In the sum of fl.au for assault
ing Tools. Hyler also himself up, and on the
next day Llnn was arrested. Van Telt was also
uhMMiuenlly taken, and the only person Impli
cated Mill at liberty was Lewis Ilaker.
I.IV1M) TWO WlKk. WITH A HALL IN 1119 Hr.AlIT,
I'oole, who had shown eiery symptom of a
quick refinery, niiddenly grew worse, and on
Thursday, March t, expired. On a surgical ex
aiutiiat on being made, u pistol ball was found
embedded III Ills heart. ...
The sympathy and Indignation excited in the
public mind hy the murder of Toole was some
ihlng wonderful, considering the low moral
character ami surroundings of the dei-eiscd
during life. Tollllcul feeling run high at the
time, and the Order of ('lilted Americans and
Know-Nuttilng party were beginning to make
their prfreucu felt. The aaislnatluii of Toole
was looked upon a the act of a parly of foreign
ers, and much 111 feeling was In consequence
engendered. A meeting of the ftluiids of the
decs-ased was held In the City Hotel, and a Toole
Association was fo ined. Its objei t being to pav
propi r tribute to the memory of the deceased,
ahd nrrange for a grand demonstration on the
occasion of hi sfuiieral.
IH "i ills x Titut AMtnirtu!"
I William Toole was bom In Futsex county, N.
f; J and at the time of his death was aged thirty-
p. three vesrs and eight months. He had resided
f In New York city for nearly twenty years, fur
t most of which time he hud been engaged In the
I butcher business In Washington Market. He
i bail also been one of the proprietors of the Dank
, Exchange tfalnuti, comer of llroadway and
If Howard street, hut had evcred his connection
K with It some time previously. It was said that
E while lying ill finm his wounds he had declared
K bis Intention of living a better II e In the event
l of his recovery, and hail endeavored to point
1 out to his companions the Ickedness of the
L lives they wem leading. Ills last words are said
1L tnhavebevn, " I tile u true American, any way,"
I At the meeting in the City Hotel one hundred
end ninety-seven littiue nere appeirded tu the
J resolutions regretting his death, and a few days
I alter thn KmplteClub of llaltimore city held a
t meeting at which sin, liar lesulutious were
I pa-sed. The funeral profession numbered up
svartl of four thousand persons, ami Included
i menilicrtt of the Order of t'nlted Americans,
) Kiiow-Xothlncs, firemen, and other organlza-
J Hons. A toui. ding discourse w as ileltvcird over
f the bodvby the Itev. J. II. Wakely, of the Jane
; .Street .MelhodWt Church, and at (Ireenwootl
i Cemelery. wheru the body was Intened. Hit
burial servlie of Hie Order of L'nlted Americans
t wusreadliy Mr. Ilclme. In passing through
I llroadway, near llleecker street, alono. It va
f estlii'Veil ilmt MM1) )iilu witnessed the pro-
MITOIIIOO CITIZENS Altlirslt'.!).
Tho inquest was at once proceeded with, and
lasted several dnjs, the ultimate result lining li
verdict finding thai "Hie dcatn of Win. Toole
n. was caused by a gunshot wound from a pistol In
the hands i f Lewis Ilaker, ut Mannlx Hall. Ill
Ilpiadviny, on the iiiurnlng of the :Stli of Keh
rii.irj. !." Turner anil McLaughlin weie do
i Isrcd gullly of nldliv and aoetllng the crlino :
Iljlcr, Llnn. uud Van Telt. of being accessories
r Morrlssey gulll of a -a . It with Intent to take
r Urn lifts i f ('.Mile ; ami .lames Irving of lining nc-
Bp t.ssory befoic Hie net. Morrlssey was at lint
a.lii.lttetl to l"iil In the sum of flu.lu), but waa
i 4Ulseouently discharged: .luuics living, who
! won also ucciisetl of perlury. in flD.asi bail:
i Hylei, Llnn. and Vun Telt in f!0,t each ; but In
tin-! i.os of Tinner nuil M.-Liuhlln, ball i
refussil. Van Te'.t was iiltluiately released on
A mward of I'M was offered by Mn) or Wood
for the csptuio of linker, but nithnut effoit.
Iteports Here leceivetlof his being s.-en in nu
morons places In the siclnitr of the i lly, but
Be 'he puller t ould not get their hands on him. It
M -ails iillt grd tliat he hid been aided In escaping,
Mi not only by his ow n Immcdlatii n.ssoclatcs, but
a )' ineiiibers of the police uud ollici.ils In i.lgli
piislllou In the city. Screrul iirrrsts on this
HJB:. "hargu were made, among them that of Coun-
: cllmnii Kerrigan, llarwiv Vtiiiug. a gamblor.
Daniel Llnn. a pollcenuui, .lohiuiy I.yng, (ioor.-c
n lluriin, and John Morrlssey. Nothing, liowtnor,
came of these errtsls. I-in. illy It was dl'rov
'r srud that ilaker had snlled in ihu brig Isabella
M,' .lunett, huiiud for the port of Talmas, Canary
!. TIIK Cllt-IHK DP TIIR niiArraiiOT,
l' Judge Sydney II. Stuart exerted himself with
I coinmendaole energy to secure the capture of
Ilakur, and ustd eveiy effort to ohlaln a vessel
to send In pursuit of him. Oi-orgc Law proffored
the me of Ms clipper vessel, the (Irapcshot, on
condition that the city puld the expense of man
H, nlng and fltllng her out for the expedition, and
f' tils Hirer was accepted. A revenue nutter was
si also placed at the disposal of the authorities,
f, but Its use proved of no avail, and a (lovern-
me nt vessel bound for South Africa received in
f I structlons to call at the port and liuiulre for
. Ilaker. On March ID the Orapeihot started In
pursuit of tlie Isabella Jewctt. which had a
i start of ten data, with favorablo winds for
most of that time, hut Law's smart clip-
f per arrived llr.t at Talmas, and the tinkers
I at once proceeded ashore to consult with the
f authiirltlea. The flrapeshtit had made the run
tn twenty dsys-a rsmarkahly good passage, all
things .considered. The officers on board of her
V 5,e" J,,'J.,,h Yaamans, B. lt.Thorne, Lurenio D.
H V,.' IP'P .''"'on. Ilenty Uvaiis, Qeorge
llreene. Ed. K. llruili, and Michael Malany. The
, "V.T",i;',l,l"eRort.l flr,t liesltated, fearing
Rite offruce to (he home government at Mad-
fi J; Ul alterw;ard consented to assist them all
' lb lI'Vl'l their power. The officsrs disguised
i l,es In sailors' apparel, and after cruising
a"ut tut Ua iliyi, nr (irTlflfi OX lbs)
morning of the eleventh by sighting from the
masthead of the (Irspeshot the Isabella Jewett.
CAnuni or lkwih dakkr.
All sail was crowded on, and after an hour's
aall the clipper was within hailing distance of
the brig. They boarded the latter and found
Ilaker on the Isabella Jewett. Tressntlng re
volvsrs at him, he, seeing no means of escape
open to him, submitted, and was taken on board
the Grapeshot, whero a stateroom i was arranged
fnrhlm.and ne was manacled. The captain of
the Isabella Jewett offered nu objection to
llaker'a airest, probably being glad to get rid of
such a passenger. The (Irapeshot made a good
run home, arriving at New York on May 16, and
Ilaker was at once taken to the Tombs. This
was the first known Instance of the authorities
of any city sending n vessel to a foreign country
In pursuit of a criminal, and the utmost credit
is due. I mice Stuiirt, Minor Wood, tleorgeLaw,
and all concerned.
HOW llAKf.R l-STAI'MI.
llaker'a flrst trial was commenced on Monday,
Nov. ai. lass, and after occupying sixteen days,
resulted In the disagreement of the Jury, and a
consequent mlscarrliign of Justice. A second
trial was held at Newburgln November, 1K.VI, ami
again the Jury disagreed. Ilaker waa soon after
admitted to ball In the sum of V(""I, ami hem
the cose may lie said to hove ended. Nor was
Justice properly meteil out to any of tho others,
savo In tho case of McLaughlin, who wns him
self afterward murdered, .lolin Morrlssey does
not appear to have been really privy to thn affair,
though the participants In It were evidently his
It wo.s truly remarked hy A. Oakev Hall, then
District Attorney, In his opening address nt tno
first trial of linker, that the occi-rrences at Stan
wlx Hall on the evening of Haturilay, Sttli Febru
ary, ItM. were more suggestive of life on thn
borders than In a large citr supposed tube under
the control of the officers of the law.
ifoir nt:r, Mit, xitoi'Lit a or men.
He Calls upna Abraham I.lneeto-AVhat Hap
pened. In .11 r. Lincoln's Otu Worsts.
em Iht San uacftco IMintn.
" WIiimi I Hint filtered upon mv dntloa as
President," said Mr. Lincoln, grasping our arm
in hlspecullar way with one of his long, bony
hands, while lie ran his fingers through and
brushed back his shaggy black hair, " I fully
made up my mind to appoint to office those only
whom I knew to be honest and who had suitable
ability. In any etent, honesty should be tho
preretiulslto, as Hie lai'k of a little ability might
be easily matin up by an honest man endeavor
ing to do his whole duty conscientiously. While
this resolve was. fresh upon me. there came to
visit me a very old friend, n llaptlst minister,
who had travelled so fsst that he had not yet
shaken the Illinois real estate off his capacious
"Why, what brings you here, Mr. Shutter V
(which was not his name, hut It will do Just as
well.) . . ,
' Well," he replied, ' I came down here.r flstly.
to see you and get an old-fashioned shake of tho
hanu ', and secondly, tn say that the folks of my
congregation are so poor that they can hardly
afford me a decent living, and I thought mat be
you could give me some sort of an office that
would pay me better.'
"'Certainly.' 1 answered quickly, for I knew
he was an honest man, and I was looking for
stock of that kind, Have you In view any par
" No.' said the Iter. Mr. Shofle. rnmplaeently :
' I would not know what to select If you were to
hand me a list to choose from.'
"Nor I what to give you: but I will tell you
who will help you out. You know Col. Choot
siier, of your county. He Is now on duty In the
Treasury Department, do and seo him ; he Is a
man of resources and will get you out of your
difficulty. Corns b.ick to-morrow and report.
"The next day. according to promise, Shofle
'put In an appearance,' and said that the Colo
nel had recomuieiided him to apply for a certain
position In the Itevenue Department.
"What Is the salarrf said I, signing In a me
chanical way a pile of commissions.
" 'Two thousand dollsrs a year."
"Well, do you think that enough I maybe
able to do better for you,' for 1 knew he was an
honest man, and thought he might Just as well
as not get a place where he could earn more
"Oh, plenty, uncle Abe, for that Is more than
double the amount I've been earning for years
"Now I began to think." said our martyr
Tre.ldent, "that I would have to force hllu Into
a place paying a larger sslary. and where the
tlovenuneiit would have a corresponding return
fur his valuable services: for I waa more than
ever (If that were possible) convinced that he
was an honest man; but I finally cone uded to
give him his own way, and he was appointed ac
cordingly. Off he went rejoicing, but I felt
rather mean at my one-horse gift to my good,
honest, reverend friend. ...
"Three years elapsed, and the anxieties attend
ing the war had completely driven from my mind
for the time being the Incident Just related,
when my messenger brought me a card besting
the familiar name, "Her. Adam Bhofle. and
Immediately there Hashed scross my mind all
the circumstances attending my appointing him
to office. I directed hlni to be shown In, and In
walked, with creaky boots, one of the best aud
finest dressed men 1 had seen In many a day, I
I recogulied his countenance at a glance, but It
was his marvellous clothes that troubled me.
They sst easily enough upon his body, hut some
how nr other they did not sit so easily nn mv
mind : but wherefore 1 could not for the life of
tne tell If I had tried, which I didn't.
"Onod morning. Mr. President'-no longer
CncleAbe as before, said he. In a grindiloquent
manner; 'loops you are well and getting on
"''lih. yes.' said I ; ' we poor folks eke out a
living afte. a fashion;' liiteudliu" to give hltn
ihe bit In his mouth, for 1 knew what an hniirst
man he w.i. aud h 'vr much I cotildli t tell
then exactly how tun b '.r I hid lost the tun
of hlii'. we were Indebted to him.
" Mr. President, i naic luiuu tu resign mv
""Ke'ellngsoinewhatasthouglilhad been struck
hy lightning I managed to exclaim, 'Indeed!
"' Yes. 1 feel that thero are many others tie.
serving of the place, and that It la my duty to
make wav fur them.'
"Was there ever surh an honest man as
that"' iald I to myself, chuckling over my stu
pidity on the clotnes surprise. ' Hut,' said I,
aloud. ' Tin afraid you are not considering
yourself, friend Shofle, and that when you go
back to preaching you will be as hard up as
when you came here three years ago. lladn t
you better hold on a little longer, say a year
more, and let us both go out of office together J'
"No, thank you, I am going to Kurope dur
ing that time, but I hope to see you here, as
President, when I return," and after a few more
kind expressions, off went the Her, Shofle.
"About a month after, one of the reverend
gentleman's neighbors paid me a visit, and,
among other things, remarked casually that I
had done a pretty good thing for Hhotle. ies,'
I replied, 'Igavehlma a,000 a year position for
"flosldes the balance I' added my visitor.
'Why. If he Is worth a cent he Is worth to-day
taoti.mo, and I can prove It if necessary.'
"What could the Idiot mean? To satisfy my
self of the falsity of the charge I sont detec
tives to where he lived, and they brought back
nordthathe had made his ja,UO salary In the
aggregate yield fully axj,u); but then I knew
he was an lmncst man, and there must he a mis
lake somewhere !
" lly the way, added Mr. Lincoln, with one of
his knowing winks," we have pleutyof 'Shofles'
left, but. the mischief of It Is. It Is hard finding
them out, and they are not oonslderate enough
to resign, as did our honest friend Hhotle."
fiuv. John T. Hoffman and family Intend
spending s i.c.rllou of Ihe whiter at tne I Isrenauu
Mr, Loster Wallack was entertained at dinner
in Huston recently liy a large number ot distinguished
cttUrns uf I lie Huh,
Harry Collard. knownln England asthe Pocket
Flit. lt evt-s, is coining tu this country on a profes
.-mnl visit next un ntii
(lapt. I'. N. Anderson, of the popular Hudson
ruer stcsmrr Ms i I'osell, will, ss heietofore, spend
the eiisulug h Inter in 1 londa,
Tho Hon. Mmtoii McMlrhael.ex-Mayorof Phil
ailrliiMs, returned ho.i.a Write llaille slier a plestsut
lour on lite huropt su continent.
It Is rumored Ihal the Hon. August Helinnnt
will slioiby sail Inr hurop. , where he win travel for sis
or eight uiunius tunnuit l.t" health.
Judah P. Ileiijamln. of Southern Confederacy
renown, Is guile piuminent In London nowsdsrs si
a bsi ruler, and Is reputed to he luskiug uiouey.
The Countess do Miiffrey, who has been
making su rxlei.slve tnur of tin- United Miles, relumed
tul raiur a few days ago In Hit Vllle ds Psrls of the
I rinrii line.
(! A Spsuenr's photographs In full uniform are
u.u li In diuisuil,
HnarsMn hats are to be adopted by tho gallant
Seventy ur,t iw, tin. nl.
The T.fth Itegiiuc nt drum corps is one of the
: la-. I In the 1,'uittd Mstt-s.
(Irafullanf the Seventh lleglment Hand It del
uiced Willi orders for the ensulug season,
A now style of full dress hat la to ho adopted
by His H venlli, Anyltilnr to speuu mouey.
Countrymen often mlstnko the statue of Wash
lugtonlu union ru.ure for t'ul, Hpcncer In full uulfoim
Downing' Ninth lleglment Hand are to give
matinee, concerts st the llrsnd opera House during the
The autum Inspection have been satisfactory,
snd list shown Increased fores sod sa cictllrot ttsle
Col, Vose, of the Seventy-first, Is stalking Into
popularity with glsni strides. He Is shnost ss popular
as Lot, Bprucer la lull uniform,
The famo of Col. Spencer In full uniform has
reached Kurope, sud the ores allude to the distinguished
uulforiu la the most cliasle language,
Kvacuatinn Day the entire First Division will
Ssradei stao, wind, weather, sud health pernilttlug, Col.
peurrr sttlred In full dress uniform.
ltecrultlni: Is brisk, especially In the Fifth,
Bevrnth, Ninth, and Twenty-second Iteglineuls, llrllll,
as s gvueial rule, sro very well sttcudrd,
Promenade concerts under the auspices of the
Taeiiti-sccoud Itcglmenl will bn s feiiure of ihs se
sua st lha rrgloieatsl armorr no Fourteenth street,
Col. Spencer's new helmet (built oxpresaly to
order la lltriln) will arrive la a few tiikt by lbs H ru
men line. :ul. Hprucer iu full uuirorin and ihe eullre
ruth Iteslitienl, also la full ualforui, vugkl te turn out
Is rtctlit it.
JL XTXA.I.TIIT MKltOlIANT UXaaiSQ.
A Wedding Twice Tlreken OfT-The Brother
of the llrlde M ysterlensly Disappears.
The family ttitd frlendi (if Mr. Onirics W.
McDsnlcIs of Canonsburg, Washington county,
Pa are greatly alarmed at his mysterious dis
appearance since Oct. 0. On that day he came
to this city In compsny with Mr. D. K. Cwlng, a
salesman In the house of Dlggs, Cunningham k
Co., W llroadway,
Mr. McDanlels, who was a merchant, came tn
New York to purchase n stock of goods. He was
to call at 3C5 llroadway on the 10th to purchase r
IKirthmof his stock, Whon tho train reached
Jersey City late on tho eye nine; of the Olh Mr.
McDanlels left It and went to Ihe Merchants'
Hotel on some business, stating thnt ho Intended
to go from thence to tho Ht. Nicholas Hotel, to
be present at his stater's wedding. Since thon
ho has not been heard of, and his friends enter
tain grave fears that ho has been foully dealt
with. At thn time of his dlsappearanro ho had
on his person H.M'iunil n heavy gold watch and
chain. Hols thus described I Height, .1 feet H
Inches; dark complexion, straight blnrk hair,
dark iiiuuitache and goatee, large ryes, mole on
chin, scar on Ills thigh. W hen last seen hod on
dark brown tneed overcoat, flock coat, pants
and vest of dart, raaslmer . green soft lint,
marked Serenade Inside. I' -lid not reglner at
theSI, Nlchobis, nor Is In i.imtn to be fnitnil at
any other hotel. Kvery ' M It is been Wsilcd,
as also halo the Mnrgut. nlluls, and Police
Headquarters, but not tl ilitc-t trace of tho
missing man could bu f o i . ,
At flrst It was thought t nut lie had left llicclty
In search of his sister, who was In bn inarr.cil to
a Mr. Hay, a Chicago merchant, nt tho St. Nicho
las, the proposed bridal party having come to
tho city on Monday, too 1th, but Instead of stoo
ping at tho St. Nicholas they went tiithnl lfth
Avcnuo Hotel. A misunderstanding arose be
tween tho expectant brldo cud groom, anil thn
match was broken off.
Several years ago Mr. Uay and Miss McDanlels
weto engaged to be married, hut on ac.foiiiu of
some misunderstanding the wedding Old not
take place. They both sltoitly after iiinrrb'tl
other parties, A sear or more iuro the pair wero
left widow and nldoner. mid their old love re
viving they were once more engaged, and, ns is I -ready
staled, ciuno to Neivrrk to have the
marriage ceremony performed, with tho result
as above. The widow returned to her homo In
Tennsylvnnla, and Mr. lluy ivcnt to Chicago on
the day of Mr. McDanlela'a arrival.
At flrst It waa thought that Mr. McDcn'els
falling to find the bridal party at the St. Nicholas,
concluded that the wedding had taken place
and the party were en nuife for Chicago, unit
that he took the first train for that clt . Hut
numerous telegrams sent tn Chicago huve failed
to elicit any Information ns to the missing man.
Despatches have been sent to every point whero
It would be probable he would stop.
Mr. McDanlels Is n young married man. and
his wife ami mother are craied over his disap
pearance. He was In good circumstances, and
tlolng a good business. He is spoken of as a
man of high Integrity, rosperted by tho - ommu
nlty In which he lived, and had no troubles of
any kind to cause his disappearance.
A Man who hna No Use for l.lghtnlut Ito.U
rrom tt.t Tnla ' A'un.) AVir, .Vor. I.
H. ('. Hcnrd. Ks., n inriiHT, iti-'i'd uliiint
29 years, and living In Monmouth township,
about nine miles from tho city, hitched up his
team on Monday last and started forTupck.i. It
was then raining, and he hoisted his umbrella.
When about one mile from home lie vc.ia struck
by a hot. sharp, terrible stroke or lightning. He
woro a steel truss, and the lightning fnetrated
his pantaloons and shirt, and took up Its line of
travels on the circuit round his hocV Tart of
the charge left the truss at his side and passed
down his right slue Into the spring seat, tearing
It to pieces and knocking down both his horses.
Ills hip to-dav waa bruised, and tho sklu lacer
ated badly for about a foot In length by three
Inches In width, and Is very sore. The balance
of the charge left the truss and climbed up his
left side, blazing Its way as It went, and Part of
It forced a passage through his shirt and over
coat at the shoulder, and the balance trailed Its
way leisurely down his arm. scorching and sing
ing a wide swath aa It went, until It struck the
umbrella handle, when he ot last got rid of his
meddlesome visitor. He wa.s benumbed and
somewhat paralysed, but succeeded In reaching
home by himself, although he had to be helped
out ot the wagon.
Mr. Heard gave us a call this morning, and
showed ns the numerous rents made In his
clothes, and also tho extent of his Injuries. Sev
eral centleii t ti who heard him tell his story, and
saw tho amount of Injury received by hint. were,
of the unanimous opinion that It was i.initel
Piiis, The lightning will leave him alono after
Ac THIS snd every Thursday all with good
voices welcomed at Ihe (ireheou I horsl bocletv
free classes, hprlnr Rireel I'burin. nesr VarlrV. st S (
snd ;s o'tloea. Alan, good rrsders of n. title santtd
tor the advanced densriinent.
JKIlllMK lllll'KINH.Sec.. "It llroadway.
"l.Ts, 111 K- tauielit on Wheeler A YMla.iu'e snd
Singer's machines, at Hie feainj Msrf.l sit. n .
Inill'ii'a, tl. Uleeikerst. PU good hands wsuedon
r.aunel shirts. Ml kinds of new machines mid, at tt s
w.fklnwnrk Second floor.
-W llltlv given out st advanced pne t to psy
for first Cats sowing tnarlnnes hy tr.sta'lnieuls ,
Instruction free. PUSH A Hi.,
Ill Fsst athsl snd SI Ittor place.
CKV mote experienced eperslors on Wheeler A
VSIIS..H a i .srhlne will find (trsilv employment in
the ladles' lluen collir sudeutf nialililat-lory of
I) SII1KS1IKIK) A I'll.. 4 Howard St.
"I iTiUtK gh.noiitt.ipsfor-ewirg inaeMnes
A.tiy Ptialln, ulsi Instruction fr -. J T. Ml.v
H S.I.I., Ct; Fiut ju sv . near ltsymond st . Ilro 'Xln. sud
Nu.Sia Grand st, bet dh snd llh sis., Willsinsi,nr,-h.
I'A ,11 Tl. V of 5 or 6 children lo work In s rotton
fseinry. a widow preferred. Apply si ltesdi- st.,
tit. the hours of In A. 11. snd) T. M . iVtatlaj.Nov. '..
WANTKIl Immediately, la) good hands lo
bsrn to oprrste on aiit-rlss sewing machines ,
work glvrn to pa fur machines. ;fs Uoatry.
VI.l. the work you can do to pay fur new sewing
machines, on riir term", st l, Hh sv snd (Is litis
sv.. New York, sud lit sth st., W Hllauiaburgb.
.V:V1 NtTmachines for sale st lt,.'n s"nd"H,
a worth double those sums, snd work given to aid
In paying for them, si XT7 Sd sv,
VN K.W srst-elsst sewing machine i payahle In worx
at homei free Inatruitloo i also. Fuller A Bar.
uum's tuckers for sll marhiurs, st IW llros-lway
,",0 LA DIKsTto itsrn to operate rnirhlnrst
A, sal J II per week In ora st home. 471 lh sr., snd
VN spprentlce to work on hslr t iiium understand
westing. 7 Pacific place, '.Olh su between Sin and
V A PI'lt F.NTICK" fr first-class drrsimsklnei
none but good, smsrt sewers need spply. tti Ksn
4 I.I, first-clsss sewing midlines for sale on small
ft. wcesly payments In work. Ml Mat. .near nth st.
CTTONIItlLK worker on vests wanted.
HKss.il A K Kit" wsnted st TUB Ilroadwsy , also
an errsnd girl. Apply upstairs,
1?IKT-CIiAhsi dreaamskers wsnted.
V slnis-1 lltllMKUL. lis West Wtli st.
s I 111, wsnted si 61 .Nsssiu st., room II.
F A 1)1 l'.rs Work 'furnished at home lo psi i ;t r new,
J firat-clsss sewing uuchlni's, on meiiti.lv Install
mriits, from V tn lid. Instruction free titw Vora Ms
thine Atltrlilng Compsny, 3ol 3d sv uear '."dh si.
OP Kit A TO ItM snd nnl. hers on shirts snd drawers,
Inquire In Ibr fancy store, "lh sv. snd aid tt.
riMMI (MllisTTvVF.IIH. -Wantetl, s smart, lotelll
a. gent gtri, a thorough folder snl sewtr, to tse
rhsrge of Hie sheet drpsrtinent In s law bindery. App.y
to llll II Alii) I.ASK.'JH Fulton n.,4lh floor
fill) HOOK III SDK KM. -Wsnted, nr.l-rlaaa extrt
1 finishers, furwsrJrrs, coverers, snd stsaipcrs, at tn
Msrlon sti steady work.
rllWO young girls for general housework st SIS West
I KM St., bcrjih snd stli svs.
VV'AM'KI). Flrst-elsss operators w nt"l lo do
VI thlntltiU embruulrry work hy macnlne. In
quire st 41( Mest Dili el . In Hie basement.
V A NTI'.ll-li.ris who understand hot King pl-kle.
ll Apply for one week st J.A.UAKLM a uo, 153
VASf lill-A good operator on Wheeler A W II-
II eiiu'ai one wbu can work oi dressmaking. Ill
VA ,TKI) Klpi llenred bauds on Wllleni &
l Olbos's s, in, Iwilrosawsy. FHIIKltliltoS
W aVtKH -A girl to do genersl housework. Ap
il ply st t4 Msrlou st.
V A VrEII-rdiisIl girls to oovsr moulds. 4i llrosd.
nay. FlallKH IIHOS,
A VrF.l7-A few dres.tnskers t also, a little girl
VT tu run errands, HI nest ith si., basement door,
Vi,TF.r-I.esrners"on vests and mschlntl. 1TI
T Fursytli si., top door.
r ANTKD-lwo glrla for kitchen and general
II itoutewurk. Applr atS Frankfort st.,lu ttaessloon.
T A NTI1D Heversl good drsaamskers. st 1M West
II sua su upper door.
VANTi:il--Allttlglrffor light housework, st 71
II Division st,, top floor.
VANTKII-A girl shout 1J forTlglit housework .
l KFI.I.Y'HToy llssssr, lh sv;
7) rtf'T.F.MII I) No. I VVheelerA Wilson silver mount.
ed sew Ing machines. In good rnndlllnn f ew dsys In
use i cost $!3 esclt; sold cheap, 4&4 Sth av near tiib st,
On I'l MiritsaaTtnde7itrlppers wsuled. HI
Of NKW shlrTlroners wanted at Isundry (18 and 4 JO
ai Vest s1ltist..uesrilisv
a) I I W F.ST 'till -ST.-Wsnted, human bslr
i'l 1. weavrrs, sud sn spprentlce.
A HOOD, responsible man to go to thecountry to
tun a small engine and toller and who undcrsUmls
lstindryliig white stitrlsi staady emploiment st good
svsgrs. Address II. II, F., 41 WesUlroaitway, N. V.
AllKNTrTwslile.i to aell hooks, pictures, Ac. I .0il
men can make tlu to 113 a day i hooks sud pictures
sold on weekly psyuisuts. Apply to T. KoCOMIt, 11
N KW XuTl t'lirV-Agsiits rsnnot fslT lnnir
lux tmprr day tsslis at sttcht i Isrge prutltsi slrady
employment, t:. niOIIN i'HN Ui., lit llrosawsv.
1 r.OV sbout 14. Applr to Mr. Kennedy, atll. li.
Aci.AFLIN tv I'tl.'S, coissr of Church and Wuitk
sis, bsfurs tu'clock.
A HTtUlT boy.whohss been a year or two at tip
A smith's business, snd csn solder well. 180 1st St.,
A OF. NTS sntl peddlers wanted to sell s n;te 'rtleH.
j!hMITII,7I lileecaerst., New York.
Xi)IAs'laflsi and otsfer'niarkct that understands
ft Ms buslaeis, at Hth t. add 3d ar.
"i l'ritKT.lTATF.pluiiibrVanleJ. Apply at 3
A West 1 Itli at.
' ' LVllFITK AMI'S, visndHllesdest.
ATit7rTt'1.s.s- ruhbrr st Ti llsrrnie st.. to work
on plsnos nous but evpertenee I need spply.
tlOOD, slesdvh mess maker wanted, at U! New.
ark av., Jersey City. .
ty'.S lll'.lt wanted A flrst-t-lsss bresd iiti.lcahelisker
s in a short distance In the c nuitry Address
flAKKUY.box ISd.fiun office.
yvm'H lo learubinisVe gr.ld ei.stns i tli-miiis pre
lilcrreO. ti. I'l It IIF.lt ft',.
18! WHltaui st., n sr, tup "nor.
Tiny wsnted I one who iinderstsnds the flsti .sad oys.
I tcr hn-lpcss, Apply stJ,irU" av.
(ID VI PA N V going West Nov. 17. iinlrr Hi" esr " of
llin . ii-nt i.f tr.cKs'ew . nrk Chlldr-n's Aid Htvl-ly,
ltojs and girts rlnred In goo.l Inm-s. Fauillles f -'sted
In reichlng their destination. Call at U rsst 4. st.,
from mill IV dally. .
rlMHII IKIVSwaitrd" for a do tn lnwn rtTui ;h
liberal aatsTlri paid. Address I HAM'IX. boi t!,
rorncr WlllougSby sv. snd Walworth st., Ilrmiklym
I.aFFIil'.ltss.-rdv wsnted In fted a ralliiiiueliine,
at AO Pearl e .upiuirs, .1. .1. I'l IP M.U
"j,i IIST-CLAh! plumber wanted itl J I Union st.
r I,A7,IKItH wivntcd-J g I l'i.fiersrApp;v nt
V H eah factory, I'm iiit., nesr fid av .s.etth I'rnuklye.
f t II.HFI. wnntetbsl.1. II. I.KWIfs'S, U7 Mercer sb
Highest wsges psld. i
"J. I r,Di:itHws'ntetl nt" llec'tnun st.
"lltlf CI1ll'llffTOIT nsnicdi oiilv first diss
, n eii sonlvi also, a hoy who .an ait T form- and
ttiaVc ready on (lordon presses, si
A ". tl-.e.ll'S, 1 1 'I est 4lh si.
TAP. Nrtr,Vsnt-il. s mill wtiucill tlkeehsiTe
of Jspsiililng smtll work. Apply ' A.M. llll II
MtiM) A M).N,5ll'enrlst.,st I I o'clock noon.
Os,'rr.lt fflffif wvulel one win csn open s ;tl
eonk oysters. I II l"im, ill lely rt l.erilianla Hill.
"No 1.4 1st sf Junction ot Nc-sarK nv .Icisey I II) .
I l'!"titllX '". -Minleil. a steady visti Hut
nn ler-' sn.ls v.o-lln "'i a t 'l-v l i telitns : n uie
other liei-J apply. flllDIAM I'AT i:i!eH'..V As. 1'.
IJ L.-Sll W sn I fet ler s.nn st list li o.iVt. s'.
"IM)'" II K I'll''. "' steal, man rnlited i
i ir,i.,d nn. spall. ' If I. .Ills' VI i ti "'; and
Mints, to ire-er dlotv.ir'.. J A" FMtll'M..
vJll.ll HI' VKI'S SIMr t. -VI .'o,.. rlhh.lll w IV.
O i rs csn It Uti nci.'v emil.,yi.-i I h.' pl'lug st
mice a- A. M'M.I.I r A so'.', iw 'cl .Dili at.
! M.VP.fsSIt IT II. -'Vatil 'd. si.i in nisk' r, ens-eav.
r era, sn l smnn flnisu-rs. Anpl) at iVhltlng Hf'g
t o 'l, ltd llroadi s) .
UIIOFVI IHtllt ttntcdstIS .ti '.'ivi.' .mens.
lulu rk. it-ul) J b t c.o ti 'trd In llo-,10'i-e
'HOlMIAIlKIt wsnlelst tl nilmv ( ,
flviA'O pit s'-t-sil I' srte,lj mti-t tliort.u.1,1. ui--I
ili rsisml tn 'Vln n s 'v on cvlliuler rr-ss. s : Him.
Hon perm meal t IH'MPH label press, VI you,,,, ,.
fllll tt IT. nidi o'i m-n's rusto-u lv.is , n-ie oi; re.
I pairing. I' I. " Att'tlMiTiiV. First banding.
Stsleu Island l iske liat toot of Whitehall .1.
rim j r.wr.iii.K'tss. wnitct'twn nr-i-rii seii
I rlnginskers. .p 111" l-KVI Mll.I.Kll.siidill.lohll
st.. corner spsii, room 3.
f ISA I l,'U.-Wnnt-d, a h llii"iman. 33) Nsv) at.
1 one door from Fulton sv., llrooklyn.
rTlWO shermskrrs anted I slesitv wort snd good
L wares. II Hector at. PA IKIIK t'Ae'- .
rillsH ITIl. who nnderstan's st ive work' and
I roofing-, good wsfes: slesdj work. 143 West II wsy.
fit i ' I.O't-s A good cost haul by the week. 1.1
J. West 70th st.
Mm bookbinders. -Wanted, two feeders on ruling ma
1 chines, fk. Maiden line.
flVIN HAMogulutheco'inlry. Apply at Water
T vpilOI.sT'll V.I!S. Wsnted, two men aeetii.
I' torn d loeiirlslns ind lam'irenutlis. Apply to
II. 1 SOLOMON KlINt, C31 aud (AS Uruadaay.
AV A VTV.tl -Krflele nt. responsible men lo sell anew
II patented machine (price sboul fltui to blsel
smtlhs, msehlnista. fsetorles. Ae Ail.lrts, wiih re.
ferrnces.T. O. WH T"'t Dttlcebni 3l,Nej lork clty.
VX .NTF.I) Coachmen. grvoins, wallers, nsefnl men
II on gentleineii's places, porters, men snd bo)s for
stores, hotels, Ac. Apply lo
Mr MASS1N. , 47 Cturt St.. Urooklyn.
V a NT t:Tl" Heeleei agents t most f..rinnsteehance
II to make money pleasantly i Wlo 117 duly. ith nit
rail i c nvenicnt article fwr everybody. I3 Ilroadwsy,
WANTKII-llarness niter snd slllchers. Inquire
II on Newark sv., second blurk from Palls e at ,
Jersey I'lty llelsbts, for T IHb"N A SON
WANTED-A plsnoferte plvt-r who csn sing snd
II stcoinpsny, for s free and easy. Apply to
IV. It. AtlATK.XIS Market su Newark. N. J
V NTKD-A issn who Iboroitjhlv nndersiatids
IV silver platlnr, hrmrlng, snd Ise. luerltg. Ms-i'ist-tan
llrsss snd Msnufscturlng fo.. 1st sv. snd Jllh s'.
W A STF.H Poremau In a tlsss aim stmp, that ne
II derstauilstilihiisin.es. eit ng up samples, Ac. i a
pushing msn. N H. F .Iwi III. Minottlre.
V A. N'l ED- A msn wl... naderststids setting dies in
II pr.-eses, s's., s fe eoo.1 sntderers Sls'itisttsu
llrsss ami Manutacinr K ( o.. 1st at. ami .Mhst.
V V'rll-A hor to carry out parcels i oue living
II In Urooklyu pref. rrt d.
' J. II. 8ACKF.TT. 1 : I.D ertv st.
tv ANTED - til'or toeos short diittn-e In the
e.mnlrr Apply from to 1st M.. HAltlilNU',
No. Slitf ll.wery.
W'AMKII-Flrst-lss pollsters on Mark walnnt.
Apply lo IIA.MIII Iir.' ll A SISKINH, 1 snd )
WANTKIl-A "sober. I dnstrlnus joneg iiisn i to
II open oysters Apply for three days, HnllNLKl .-
Oyster House, an 3d i.
AV NTF.D- 1 wo young mi o who toilers! sod wait-
lag on tables. Apply st IU KNS e)sler house,
AT A N'TF.D-.s. flrslelasa sheet IronworWtrst P. F.
II MILLF.lt'8 patent ventilator factory, II t.reene st,
W ANTF.D-A ilonl er.inVlH-y. from tl to IS visrs
of age. Apply to AMULKIf llltOS., butter deal.
ers, 1703d sr. ,
AV A NTBD-A wheelwright . a gool workman. K.
II McKNTKK, Flushing av., uear ripencer St., Urook.
AAT NTF.II In a skate factory on bsnd laibe, a
II snisrt boyor joutignian. M West ami st.
AT A NTF.D "At National lfaklng Company's, j Wl AU
l (antic n.,lrooklyn.s ttrst-elsaa second br ad baker
AV ANTRD-A good plumber, also s stout ooy,at
II 44 0recnwlihil.
AV A NTKD-A flrst-clsss nickel polisher. Call st 90S
II West at.
WANTKD A good tillor on costs, st StlUiv,
II nesr. Tllh st . In the store.
jiyT ANTED Turn tack niaktri at 4.' Warren at., 1st
N TKI-flood totTla uialch fsclory, i and ill
W ANTED-1 boy In a bakery. Apply at'UISdav.
il corner of wth st.
JTrsTltTE.li A II Kile" wauled, on nue ciiitom vturk,
s st rsrj Pearl St.. near Centre.
sTa II F.NT-s wattled to sMl A tilery's oyster, linuor
i snd other naiy-iiiidi-eliott cnriltstli. Huwi-ry.
1 VI IfL i "til! EltVwTNTilD.-MTiiiliersiif
1 ,s M IU liellat'ooporatlii' llrlrk Msntiiat-tuilii'As
sot-latliwi are teqursted to stleml Ihe final urgunlrslton
meeting this evriil tg, at'f at 111 4tli av., and pat (III
earneat money, to l' depol'ed In the Nsllonal Trust
l,i), New ineiiibers sdniltted until o P. M.
A Clltl, of rrtnement sn I well ediiesleihwlio speaks
1 rench snd (lennsn, and hsa been for a lonr time
In l-rsnie, desires a situation sa Ddy i -napl.tirlotrairl
with a resperlshle family. Address mi-.K, ) Mantua st.
"i, N l. I'l'.lt I LNCF.I) drallghtstuau will be o; eu
l for a a lua'lou at the commencement of Ihe sear,
hsta a practtral nuchltilei. Atldn ss UK Vl'tlll rs MAN',
care of .Isinea Frauir.irl Stone sl Newara, N. .1.
i HITIIATIDN wanted In apluiulilng shop by a
ft hoy IS years old. having scrvtd 10 inuiiths at the
trade, being desirous of learning the trade, lli-sldcnce,
KM West Ulh St., in the bskrry.
A I. A II V of refinement, well tducaled, speaking
1 rrucb and (lerinsu, dea'res to tase rti true of sin
trustworthy position. Address HUM., IVI Fsst Huns
A YD II Nil grnllsmsn is years of sge wishes in lesrn
the type-si iilug business, In a Job oitlce i referred.
Cull on or sdiiress J '., 14 CsnsLst.. Jenn y Pit )
AN Auicrlcsu elderly lady would like lo lake charge
of s child un reasonable terms. Applt at pn 3d
av.. Yorkville. sirs.tONl.N
A" V(II N) lady of long rsncrlf nre wishes a noaltlun
In a baker) or couftcllouery store. Call si 341 West
tisi st. '
AVOl'NIin.m willing to work, would inske him.
self useful t wsges moderate. F w US oilier st.
fim lltms llAKl'ltS. "-Situation wsuled by a
J. stood eske baker i undrrstsnds plain and ornamental
work, alio I'harlotte de Ilussni sstisiarllon guarsnteedi
reference If reuulrodi spply or address fur 7 dsts.sl
3d sv. It. HAKmL
fim niASTEH TLP.illTEItsT-A young"isn Just
1 srrtvrd drslrts to go ss sn Improver to the, plumb
ing ana gas fitting huslurss. Adtlrtss lor t days lu P.O.,
Kaat Mew Vurk.box 414.
UIU I.KXTN'JTIIN A V., between tvd ami tan
Oil, sts. A yuungslrl wishes a situation to do plain
sewing snd take care Ofrhlldrrn. I'sll all the wtek.
l?Olt MAI.V.-A Singer's sud Wheeler A Wilson's
V sswleg machine, ssguod as new, for IB. 11 L'anal
st., top uor.
S" f.lVINIJ nisi-Mnea selllngoir chesp, or rented,
i'J tlreenwlt-li sv 1371-sst llrosrtasy,
A A It ON lIlTTliltPII'.l.l). Auctioneer, will
i srll.tliisdjy (l'liursifsy)al Uo'clockM., at corner of
Wllloughby and Fleet slrceti. Urooklyn, Ihe slock aud
fliturrs of a nrsl-rlass grocery store. Ssle posilive.
AIUITION ssAI.K., by llANUAi" A To.) sales.
room llotvery tcoiislgiimrnt of wstchos, clocks,
Jrwtlr), Ac. Ac. Tnursday, Nov.". PCM.
1A W.MlltDllKlt'rs MA I.E.-Hill "day. JAMKA
All Alt, Aiicliunetr, sells st 6 New llowrry.WO lets
women's flue clothlug, tilsnkets, Ao. lly order of
fnMorart's Opera of
MAHItlAllr! OF FIOAHO.
8ATU1IDAT, NOV, st 1 1. M., ..,
(J I IAN I J l.tft.rA MATIVPE.
MMK. PAUI.INK I.Pl'I'A. .,, ,
IN IIP.II 01IEAT t'lIAIlAi'Te-H OF LEON0IIA, IX
SUNDAT, NOV. 10,
AT WAU.AUK'HTllF.Arlt K.
IMMF.NK AND BURTAtVKII K11CCKR3
which hss sttended the prodii ;tlon of
PYU.MAI.tON AND 11 AI.ATKA,
prononneed by the
Pltnf.lt: AND TIIK pill'.as
to te ite momt ciiAinniNa coMKtiir
ever presenied st Ibis Theslre,
Mr. W ALI.ACK Is com elled lo s-inounce
TIIK LAST TlllIKE NIOHTH AND ONLTMATINKB,
SATl'ltOAV. Nov. , .
The plst will he offered until then with
TIIK SlAKl'KI.I.OI'H oil H AL II.1.11KION OP THE
"IIISSOLVINO HTA1HE." .
byl'rof. T0IIIN, of the Polytechnic Institute, London.
Hn notice will he given of the flrst sppearanfi! of Mr.
JOHN UII.IIKIir. Mr. F.HWIN, Miss LFFIK UKItMON,
llIWlUOOlll. AN. Mrs. JOHN 3F.FTON.
BOOTH'S THKTUEl llOttCICAULT.
LAt" IVVKLVH NIOIITS OF
Mr. snd Mrs. HION UOI'l lOAOLT,
snd Isst represmistlons of new Drams. KI-.'IIITI pr
Nlfllll' As"l) SfortNtMl.and JFSHIK rtlt(JA N. r,
luib'l ll'Al'LT aa Kerry. Miss AIINKJ ItOllKltTS IN
(Mrs. Itnnclcanlt, .ts .tessie. Mr. SH1KI, ItAltltV as Oss.
sidy, Miss KATK NEW ION ss Mrs Desmond.
LAST IIOI t ll AFI.T MATINKK but IINIl tin BATUft
DAY NEXT st 3 o'clock. KKIlltY
f-filOTH's TIIHATHK. NKI1.RON.
I The mansgetnent respeclfnlly snnouncea a limited
engasement with the beautiful and talented English
who will mskeber fVi'TAPI'V'Ia'kXnOF. In AMF.II1CA
nn MONDAY KYKN1NO-, NO VKM 1)1111 is, In her celt,
brsted Impersonation of
J I "LI FT,
In rihakcipcsre'a rrand Irsgedy of
ItilMhO AND JULIET.
1 ltAND"(Tll-:it IIIHWE. .,,,.,
IX bolt Lessee snd Msusgsv... Mr. AUOU3T1N DALY.
LAST WLKK (buttsroToF HOI CAltOTTE.
LAST MATINKK (but !i of HOI CAHOTTK. SATUI1
SlIOItTLY A OHKAT LOCAL SENSATION by Mr.
AI'tlt'STIN DALY, based upon a popular Parisian
"s'llAND DPEItA lllMlssK-KXTitA.
I llh I ('HS t IF llflllNSrKINI
llerr AVTON IllIlllSSTF.IN and his great company
will make their resppesrsnee In New 3prk on next
Sundsy evening st Ihe Orand Ois-ra House
FPI.L NINTH UKOIMANT DANDHI
s.sfte sla csn now be se urcd.
TT'ClfA VENl'l'. Til EATICK.
t) Mr.AIHIl'sTIN DALY. ...Hole Lessee snd Msnsgsr.
IIUII.I.IANT ( (IMi)Y ItF.VlVAl.H!!!
Tllll THfltHDAY, Nov. 7- PIK INCONSTANT.
SATPltDAY, MATfiVtl,l: TIIK INCONSTANT.
fllllK Tltli t'O.UIUl K, .,,.,. .
I 311 IlItOADWAT.
MK JOill IIAltT ., Lessee snd Msnsger.
First week of Mr. tl. W. .IKsTF.il.
th man wlib the talking hsnd.
First week of the new l.uilei iue,
Tlie WOIlltKLL SlSTlj!tS(ln.lhe burlesque,
MATINF.F. WEDNESDAY' AX D SATUltUAY.
MII.V rill I Altr. TIIKATHE. .
Proprietor Mr.sherldan Shook.
Hausger Mr. A. M. Palmer.
E1011TII WEEK OF AONKS, ,
the great .oc..tykrl.i.wrt..en twS.rdou expressly for
MATlNVr'!,.VNlrht?i.lI.AY AT IIALF-PABT ONE.
Miss Libel's engsgeiuent at this theatre la limited to
one hundred nights. -
7mNV I'ASTOIt'ss DPEIt A IIDI'HKi
I SOI IIIIWKRY.OI'I'tlsfrK ei'insti Hf.
UKEAT SUCCESS OF KMKIteON AND O ANtlEll.
The insirhless co'nlc clisrsrter srtlsts.
KXKIlSOS AND OMANOEfl,
LITTLE MAIiOIE 1IKNSON,
M1S8 JENNIE tlENBON.
TONY PASTOIt IN HIS NEWEST StlNIIB.
IIAIHIIHAN ANI HAItr IN NEW SKETCHES.
I.sdlrs admitted free on Friday evenings.
TS'MlMt' TIIKATRK. HAItBK BI.KUI.
Last wkkkaimkk opf.ua iiouffk.
THIS (THUltSDAY) KVKN1NO.
IIAIII'J lll.Kl'K llAltnK HI.KUK.
FlUDAY, last lime of OHANDE DL'CIIKSSK.
Mondar.Nov. II. Miss l.ydls Thompson sud Troup la a
new burlesque snd Pall Corrs de Ballet. Ususl prices.
ai'Ulill'S SirMF.I'JI. HUKLKSgUK,
Sl'f.t I AL ATTIIArTIONS,
TO-DAY AT 7. EVENING AT ..
ML1.K. 7.1 IK The llesutlful IILONIIRS
InANOKLOF MIDNIOI1T. In the RILVKR UEMON.
CtOIII'Klt I'N'IIIS.-rree lecture on French Ibis
, (rhursday' evening, Nov. 7. al S o'cl ck. All those
who desire to learn to speak French fluently, ladles es
pecially, are requeued lo attend at room 34, Cooper
jci.iiritRT, fki.tox tv ro.'H
31.0J11 now In use.
WAltKltOOMe. S4I UHOADWAY, NEW YOHK.
bend fur a circular.
A lltrOlrlF.IM-lf6ltA(:K WATEl"S7il
A llroail.sv, New ork, will dispose of liv.1 PIANOS,
Mhl.oliKtiNS, and OIli.ANs, oi sit ilr-t-clsse mskers,
Including Waters's.st VKHY LOW l'ltlcES FOHCASH,
or part cash, aud batance In small monthly Installments
the same to let, and rrnt applied if purchased. New 7
octave flrst-clsss PIANOS, modern Improvements, for
l.'TJessh. Now ready a COM KIII O PAIll.Oll llllOAN,
the most beautiful style and perfect tune ever mado.
sheet music and music merchandise.
BKA I'TII'Ul. 7-oetave rosewood piano i etery Im
provement t X730-, tnstallmeuts ta.en i 111 monthly,
CAULK. 47P sib sv.
-jTil.MJA.NT 7octsve rosewood pianoforte, TO
J A5"fS mlFl'iON', 1M llleecker St., nesr Macdougal.
IADY will self fur t"). cost lei), s Cblckermg rose,
j wood7-octne plsnofurle, stool, sud cover over.
sirungbaas, ill bird it.
hae TO Sri.1 buys good second hsnd pianos
3s)U rosewood, csrve.1 leas, Ac, st
UKHUKLL'",! Union aq.isrs.
" 3otTCtT) OilCta.
H" 0H linitrsF.SIIOEItrs will hold Ihelrrexylar
monthly meeting Nov.LlsTl. st the Academvllall.
lly order. J. 11. HASSLED, President,
xlaT. MoaToomaT, Secretary.
IAHNK-tS Makers' Protectlvs snd lienevolent 8o
1 clety will hold s meeting st I'ulnsm Hall, cur r
of 17th st, snd 34 sr.,Thursdsy evenlni, Nov. 7. si 3
Ciuaiis Kisaas, Sec.
TTNITF.D Order of Amrrlcsu llotiseamlths, Oerms.
nts Asseniblv Dooms, 7th sv. There will be sn
election of officers of Ihe above order this evei nig, All
members are ordered to attend, lly order of the Ka.
Josl Hllb rjoillt"'.
IOHT- A pockelbuok. rontslntng one IU0 bill, sev
i ersl tens snd flies, amounting to about I1 si i also,
several passes on railroads and steamboats. The finder
-HI be well rewarded b, ym
IOHTYeslerday niornln,on Fulton Ferry host, a
I bundle of legal papers belouaing to Oliver liavlsun,
I'lesss leave In llrookl) n ferry omce, ur Sun pftlce ;. New
York, and receive suitable reward, J. v . LOO Mia.
TOST. Dank hooka 3.031 and 313, Issued by Ihe
J West side havlnga Hank, Flndsr plraae return
them tu the bank.
l tT K P.WA ltb.-l.nst from a wagon, a black coal,
5 I Nov 3. coiitainlng private papers uf no value to
t. y body but ihe owner. Irom nth av. tu llroome at., to
Furayth and I lullow sts.t no ouestlons asked. )eluru
to 11IKO. FKI.DSTKIN, Miorsylhst.
Ss- It F.H'A HI).-Furs gold ht-sded cstie that was
s left at slu llroadway on thenuhlof Nov. 9. with
H.H T onlhehesd. Ihe above icward will be given
to any hod) leal lag 11 st lit est llroailw ay.
S '."'! It P.WA UD.-Lo"st, on Nov.T. In going from
1J' New orx to Oreenpolnt, s brow a envelope
conlslnlni one note for 3,X)i oue note for Mil ouu
note for fV. These notes are of no value except to
owner, lly returning tha same to aid Kaat 431b St., las
sbove rewsrd will be psld.
lT ",- It PAV A It D for the reTurn of s brladls bull
l)sl slut anil a coach dog, lost un 1st lust. Inquire
of J, ulINN, Its Wtst st.
VFKW young men csn be accommodated wllh
board and cuuifortable home. MJ Kasl mth st,
AFF.W young men can be sceommodstod with
board gas aud bath. 23) West 37th St.
T :iiW"VKMT Tllrcf rf" cor. 8th av.-Halh,
gas, aud fire i good rooms and board $3 tu 3.rs).
1()A It D wanted hy a young msn la a family where
I) Iht-re are but few boarders, and located near City
Hall, Address, with particulars, K, M, box 131, Sua
(IA ItDKIIS wsnted. -Two young wwmen rsn Mad
J gootlsnd comfortable bosrif with s widow Isdv, st
o, SIS East d st., 3d floor. Mrs. KBLLY.
1JOA ItDEItrS wsnte.1 1 laire and plraaant roams
l w Hh goud boardt II, 33, snd 33aV) s week, l Msst
1,s I KNIttllF.D room to let for housekeeping i rent,
' lis week i sliu, s room for a young man. 4 Vsjlckst.
UOTKl', IlkVtii, lit llleecker t near Tlroadwav,
Lodgings, 50c. to l rooms by the week, $7 lo Is,
flVO young men wish a room without board, nsar
1 Mercsnt'ls Library, Address 0., box l.svu, l-ost
fim LET With or without board, a furnished room
1 to twu respectable ladles. 3V7 West 33th at. King
brll three times.
fllWO young ladles csn bt. furnished wllh board la a
JL small private family, si ilMVeil 17th st.
AVKLIsPllftNIMIIKD "rooms" snd flrst-olsss
17 board may ba bsd ea uadsrsls terms si ill lluil
sousl. AV ANTKII-A respectsbla young girl to bosrd In a
T srasll family, at sa lllh st., fif floor, back room.
kl eyWlC!s)T38TII HT. -A few youor men sad
'l I Utiles csu hsve good bosrd and plesasat
ruuuis i ttrma moderate.
rjA A VAllilsNTrTON HT.-A private fasully
I 'rrt: can accommodate a gsatlrmau and wife, or I
yotsug lailtes, wlus geesl ossril sad as-dsnu tee sail
Isllss, 4 SO.
T A It NUM.
CHtCUS, MEKAOEIHK, AND MUSEUM.
I.ste lllppothestron, Esst Hlh it., near Proadway.
r.LF.OANTLY KNLAR0ED TO
DOUDLK ITU OHIOINAL BIZK.
(lit AN I) Ol'F.NINU
MONDAY EVFSINd, FOV. II, AT 7 O'CLOCK.
To be followed by dally exhibition!. Doors open
from )l A. II. to 10 P.M. Hippodrome performsiicei
TIIK (IKKATEST SHOW ON EAItTH.
The leading ACItOHATS, OY.MVA1TH, EQUF.S
T111AN', smf TflAPEZK PF.IIFOIIMKIIS OF THE
TIIK MOST COSTLY COLLECTION OF HAltE
ANIMALS ON THIS CONTINKNT.
The Wonderfel Automats of marvellous mrclisnlim.
ALL I ALL I ALL I
tbe seen for
ONE PIUCF. OF ADMISSION -FIFTY CENTS,
Including bstcohy srsts In Hippodrome.
Ctdldren under ten V5" cents, sofis In Parquet, 23
cants extra. Deserved cushioned arm chairs 10 cents
In consequence of the enormous expense of this el
tsbllshment thero will positively be no free list,
KltnrxSTF.IN IMIXI.'KUTMr Stelnssy Hall.
ItuMnatelnand Wlenlswskl in ( h-mber Mnslc.
TUKHDAY, Nor. 17. WKIINKSI) .V, Nov. I.I,
FlttDAY, Nov. 13, and HATPIIDAY, Matinee, Nov. II.
Thn groat snd universally expressed desire to hesr ,
Itt'lllSHTKIN snd WIKNIAWSKI In Chsniber Music
hss Indured Mr. Orsu to snnonnre n series of
CHAMHKlt MUSIC CONCKHTS, st above.
Severs! eminent srtlsts, Including Messrs.
LOKw KNUKItU (Violin;, HKIKlNUIt iVloloncello),
OOFFIIIF. (Viola). MAI ZK A (Viols),
hsve been engaged to esilsl Messrs
lttrilfNBTEIN snd WIKNf AWBKI
In the exposition of s brsnch of srt Its which they hsve
won speclsl distinction. . . ,
Mile. LOUISF. LlKIIIIAHT and Mile. LOUISF. Ott
MKNYwilt slso sppesr In spt.roprlslt vocal selections.
Deserved sests, Two ri))ollars.
LAST "wKKKeh fU W -""sYKEKS.
OpJn from A. M. to.10 P. M. dally until I Not. 13. ,
Choice music by KEA1 ISO'S FINK EX1III1IT10N
OltCIIKSTHAI.ltAND Day snd Evening.
Admission, su cents i intchsnlrs' tickets, In pscksges,
SO cents i Children. 'J3 CCntl. meni-rumv
OIIAND PIIOMKNAIIF. CONCERTS WEI)NESDA
snd BATUHDAY EVENINOS.
Iat :t dVtS dp TUB VI i7d a KA 111.
J AT klX? CO.S 'IIKTCKNTSI OW,
Four (IF HOCSTON ST., ESST IHVKH.
IrlV FAMOUS IIKIIMAN' IIYMNASTS.
re."t (HS SKIOItlST AND CHILD ARTISTS,
with PERFORM INO llf.OS, In full enstlline.
EVERY AFTF.RNOHN AND KVK.MNO.
MO HO AN snd DllTTON In their flresl llorsemsnshlp.
TIIK AHA11S WILL VAULT OVER A PL TOON
OF TEN SOLDIKRS WITH FIXED It A YON KTS.
A D MITT A N t'K TO A LL ONLY tt CTB.
71$ UHOADWAY. 71.
TDK MASTER TROII'E OF TIIK WORLD.
DKLKHANTY AND IIKNOLFl!.
KVERY KVF.NINO AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
T. Msgulre nilly Kmemn Proprietors.
entire chanok of i'hoiirammk.
houses crowded to tiik doors.
Ill ICS II. WAMIIOI.D A HAt KI'S'S
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS
AI'I'KAR KVERY F.VF.NINO AT ),
BEATS HKCUItKD HIS DAYS IN ADVANCE.
B,,"T"rNV.n7iV,NF.l. IN THE
WITH TIIK UKAUTIFl'l. PLAY OF Till?
Bit YA NT"S DPP.HA IIIH'iSP.. , ., T
Kvery even ngsl a, and satsrdsy Mstlnee si 7.
KINO K AHItllT. KINO KAHIIOT.
KELLY snd LKON la their speclslttles.
fsStlt'TATMIN TaI.I7U st., corner of 4th st,
HATltllDAY I'Ol'lM.Aft MATINKKS. Sslnrdsy
sfiernnon. Nov, . st IM o'clock. Mrs. linogene llrnwu.
tnefsvorlt- soprsnotMr. M W. Whitney, the eminent
bs, so Mr. I'esse. plsnlst i Mr. Felntnger, violinist i snd
other eminent Isfent. Tickets (with secured sest),90
cents esrh. to behsd st Schtrmer's.TOl Ilrosdwsy, sad
at the Hall on the afternoon of lbs concert.
rtrst of the Orand Hold Medslt of Honor,
WORl.ll'S FAlll. PARIS. IWI-l.OSDON. 147.
ONE PIANO KVr.ltY WoltKINll HOUlt,
TKN PIANOS EVERY DAY.
KVKRY PIANO WARRANTKO FOR MVP. YI5ARS.
lllustraied Catalogues, with Price List, mailed free un
"Pl'"l'WAUKROOMS. STKINWAY HALL.
IW and 111 East nihil., .New York.
QAnDNKIt FIKK KXTI.NOUIHIIKK, f AT-
tsted Fsbrusry II and December 7, 1571, March 17, 1177.
An absolute protection from Are. The Isst, belt,
chespest, and most effective. Entirely different from
and superior tu other eitlngulshers.
Send for descriptive clrculsr to sgenls' rooms, WAL
TON IIHOS., M Liberty st. "tI'LLY, DAVENTORT 4
CO.. It Chambers st.. New York.
nlt(H,PltF.!i for sa'e chesp, is-nch bed, ai
pound hamuier. Apply at 1D 1st St., illlatns.
OIII.HKN OATKS. and Mill NT VLIISONS.
NEW STYLES, BOLD hvMIYUIIKRK
rOiTOI'l'lt'i:Nri('E. -The mails for Ktirupe.
I during the week ending baiurdiy. V.i t, is..'. lil
e'ose at this orBcc on v cducsdsj ai A M . on 1 hurs
dsy at 11 A. M., aud on Saturday at , and II A M
P. II. JONLls, IVsiiuasler.
riilio-t. J. I'OPF. A into.
11(1 IRIlN AND ALL METALS,
ntl'esrl st., nesr Hcekiiisn, New urk.
rim C'A It I'K.NTKHss.-Wsnle J,' a seemd-hsed
I glass i.srtltlon lo place In su office. KsslNewiork
Shoe Company, 33 Murray st.
s TO 10 I' KXTS for sstlnw sll psper i spljndld ss
s sortmrnt now sloslng outi bordering oue cea st
ysrd. rl Llspensrd st,
IRYIKO KAVINIIH INssTITPTION.
ts) WAltltKN ST., NEW YOltK. ,
BIX TKR CENT. INTEREST showed on all sums.
Interest commences from flrst of Jsnitsry, .April. .July,
and October. Bank opeo dally from 10 A. M. tu 3. P. M.
WALTER W.'CONCKLIN, President.
VawtiaaaiLT L. buxTOK. Secretsry.
WIST rtlDK t"A Yl.NISS HANK,
134 SIXTH AV.. IIF.TWKF.N HTII AND UTII STS.
Open daily from to 3. snd on Mondsr, Wednesday,
snd Ssturdsy evenings from 3 to I o'clock.
Money deposited on or before .Noi. 10 will drsw In
teresi from Nov. 1.
SIX I'KH CENT.OS ALL SI MS ,
Wat. II. ALlsa.Ser. F. A. CDNKI.IMl. Pres.
OHIKNTAI. HAVINIlss I1ASK,
IX) llrsnd st,
Intrresi from the first of every month.
IIUIMTHHK, ; ; CAHPliW.
AT O'FARRKI.I.'S ISO riOHTII AV.,
tXlltNKH OF ami bT
PAYMF.NTb TAKEN VVJ-'EKLY Ol. M()NT1A
IIMIHNIT1' KB," carpets, anil bertiilng-lhe largest
'aasorlment and Hie lowest prices for cash, or on
weekly or monthly payments, at
' P.. M. I i)VVI'KI!TII vt AIT S, 133 Chsthsm st.
WF.F.r'.I.Y OH .Uo'.NTIIl.Y PVYllF.NT-f."
II Csrprls, furniture, bidding, Act prlcra lower than
sn, bou.. tn the A cUNNINHII Ml.
.ill and aaua.1 av.. lie .r Ci:t al
A 1,1, oftlrrrs. sailors, soldiers, and marines, wound
cd, ruptured, or injured, however, slightly, sre cut.
tied to pension. K. II. JAChbON, Isto sur.COU U. S.
Navy, New Chambers St.
goiits nnl) !utnapt.
AV AfJONrt (HIF.A P. Three express snd two gro
II Cory wsgonj.onedi'llv. ry, one ' niier s, sud one
business wse-uu, one furniture Irur ,1 one no tup
buggy, si tit Spring sl coruer l'lsr,.t
l IlTlI'lt'lAI. TF.F.TII s specialty -llesu-lful
1 teelh in partial seta from II each tips aril , sets from
tie upward, Ported Oiling tiusrsuteed at
J.U, KLNNKD1 '8, Isa Huwery.
jBiifintu 4 uiiiuti.
. KKNTtTOKY blATF. LuriKRIKJ.
RKNTUCK Y aXTaa Class No. Wi, Nov. , 1177.
13, 87, 71, SO. , 21, SM, 10, 4S, 56. i, C3, Si. 3.
KKNTIICK Y-Ct-SM No. SO. Nov. 1, 171.
II, SS. 13. tl. 74. 17. 71, 7J. 3H, 7 . 33, 77.
SIMMONS A CO., Managers, Coilngton, Ky.
8IIK1.IIY COLLKOK Kxtba Cl.sss No. Hi, Nov., 171.
10, i. W, 14, 13, tl, tk). 70, 17, I, 14, -i. 31. 67.
SIIKLII Y Col.I.KUK CLASS No. 81. Nov. 0. 1177.
(fl, tl. U, , 4, 34, II, ti. ti. 17, 8i. M.
BillTH A CO.. klsnsgers, Covington, Ky,
Information fnralshed and circulars seat by J
m.UTK. broker, tOs llrosdwsv, 131 Fulton St., sad I
Park row. Post O trice bux No. i.m.
AllllKATbsrssla. Stork and fliturrs of s first,
cisss csndy snd vsrlety store t will be sold chesn fur
cash i apartmeuts atlsehsdi rent vety luw Apply lu
Mr. WU, AtinOTT, I Lily Hall place.
A ATI) It K to let aad market Allures for ssle. Apply
at 474 West 81th it., or 'sH West tsth at.
1M)lt HAI.K.-A well lilted np confi cllonery store,
i with all modern Improvenieuls, for sale ohsap oa
account of family circumstances, pply at ths stove,
No. UI 14 sr., between aiu sud Isth sit.
l?Oll HAI.K-A goe nsilng, well located vsrlety
JT store i will he sold c. .ap If spplh-d fur suau. Ill
I "Mill HA l,K-A Cars and oyster market, doing a good
; tHialness. 101 MUi St., one door frutu Sth sv.
1HU HA L.K chsap-A csady, luy, sud fruit iter.
SM A 1,1, (rroosry and oaady store, stuck snd nitone
fur sale Bomgagood eatslatas. CU has t I4U sa.
flip brush msmtsoterersWsntrd, a psrtasr for a
X bruxk aat arawlsg uiscalue busturss.
L. akilTll, n UsraUe sa.
A NPMOft I.INK HTRAlIKItS
JV Ball every Wedursdsy sad Saturday losr.d from
Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, snd O'l-emtown.
Fsssengers booked to snd from sny rsilwsy ststlon la
Great Prltsln, Irelsnd, Norwsy, Sweden, Dennisrk.Ucr- A.
insnr, Holland, rlelglnm, snd tr.e Uiitle,! "tatei,
AT LOWEST CUHRKNCY RATES. m
Drafts on Ihe Old Country for any aeiouni.
Apply al the Company's offices, 7Tlwllnf Hreea,
y ' HK.SDERSOsUIHOTlili.li'l. Arenii.
AJOIL 4jrKlKNrtt0yNAND 1,1 VEH POOL, j
J1 carrying the United Slates Malls, I
MANHATTAN sslls Wednesdsv, Nuv. I3.it 3 P. M. J
WISCONSIN sslls Wednesday, It or. Id, at t( A.M. I
Cabin pisaage, 14) gold. Steerage, I SI currenc y
Dr.lt. on Kngr.nd. Irel.n AJ ((,tloV( '
ihi Itroailwav. New York.
'VlHt'lilJrlKNSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Roys) Mall atesmers sre appointed to sill ss follows
CITY O" ANTWKItP, Thursdsv, Nov. 7, 10 A.M.
Cl'l Y OF HltUSSKLs, S.tuidsy, Nov. , U M.
CITY OF LIMERICK, Thursday Not. 14, .' P.M.
CITY OF PARIS. Saturday. Not. in, I P. M..
snd esch succeeding Thursday sud K.turdsy, from
Pier 43, North HITer.
RATK8 OF PASSAGE.
First csbln 173 gold I Steerage f S.i cen-ency. f,
Psisengrrs slso fornarded tu Havre, Hamburg, Swe- I
den, Norwsy, snd Denmark st reduced i stes. I
Tickets can be h mglit here st moderate rstesbypef PI
sons wishing to send for their friends. I
For further Inforinatloti apply st the company's ofltca. i
JOII.a O. DALKL Agent. IJjlroadwsy, Sew York.
()N'v dihix't i.irfifTtr ric ame. '
The General Transatlantic Compatiy's stesinera for
llrest snd llssre sail every slternste Sstnrilsy. Excup.
slon tickets si red'it cd rates. Apply at the of.lce of
GF.ohdK MAl"KF.NZlE, Agenl. 1
l .V, Hrt.IWT.
FOitrNIOIITLY loand from l.rNHON DIRkJJT,
from Piers it antl 17. North river. i
TO QUF.ENSTOWN AND MVEIIPOOL. !
SPAIN. Otace.Batnrday, Nov. 9,alU M.
CANADA, Wehstrr, Sstnrilsy, Not. IS. at 3 P. M.
ORKKCE, Andrews, Ssturdsy, Nov. 7:1, st ID A. M.
EtiYIT.Orogsn, Saturday. Ni-t. sn, si ssj p. M.
' Kill! LONDON DIHElT
I'.RIN, Lswson, Thurs-lsy. Nor. 7, st PI A. M.
DENMARK, Sumter, Ssturdsy, Nuv. I, sill P. If.
HOLLAND, Mrsgg, Hrdnesdsy, Not. '77, it '.'-.) P. M.
Cablnpatssge 173 snd l-si curreney.
Slcertgc , ... .......... IP turretiey,
THESE BTKAMSiilPS ARE TllH i.Alt01-:T IN rili.
Prepaid steersge tickets from Liverpool, (fteenstowe,
Londonderry. Glasgow, or lindon, 171 curreuey.
For further Information apply el the i tunp-tii'snmre.
No. ci Ilroadwsy. F. VVJ. HITISI, tlanasrer.
OS DO NOV A NiT(l"rtA . -National I 'tie. y.l llrosd"
way cabin passage, tJi superior steerage ao- i
toliiniuJatluii, M. Wcdneidsys and SslurC.syi
I Lit E. JOIIN!-()N, .lit . J. M. OlIlSON,
GRAND AUTI MN FI'.STIVIL.
GILT KIUIKI) srilttlt I OP NEW YORK.
l VERY CHKAM OF CHIIHIl: PLOIS AN i)
I ELEOANT MOUERN VILLAS,
at Auction at
IlKP.tlKN POINT, IIWONNE CITY. ' J.,
on Monday, Nov 11, at 7 tkl o'clock,
on the premises, rain or shho.
f) select lots ailjacant to the rallroa I stall. n, on At..
(', ptih, Humphreys, sud Meigs sts.
II very choice lots, tin the beautiful Av.b aud llh si.,
nesr Trinity Church. Also,
i elegant modern tills houses on At. S. t
Finest property ottered this sesson: 15) e-lnutes fro'a f
New York; commutation less thin statrefsrei health, B
beauty, and accessibility. w
llrest speculstlon. Free collation st Intel. m
Orsfulls Hand. Thu renowned Harrison's entertain
inent. If wet Ihe sale will take place at the hotel. :
For free excursion tickets, mips, snd tnformilloti, '
spply to JKRK. JOHNSON, Jr., J3 Nsnsau St.. Nesr I
York, or J. M, GIHSON, 77 Montgomery St., Jersey .
Joil f, I.F.-Iu lloltirook.L. I., s imin firm of 4K ,
seres, finely Improved (no bulldlnrslt a rery dislrable
location for a private residence i conrenlent to the sts
tlon. Fust Office, church. Ac, snd sd. lining the school
house i lol,t,430i slso, 3 snd 10 sere lots from h'. to. 1st
Cerscre.unimproie.lt also, lots In the bet part of Hot
ruok Tillage, on more llbersl terms thsn can be pars
chased from sny other msni fine lots given free for
manufacturing purposes. I hsve i ow noved to tht cltr I
for the winter, and Intend lo be In tny oCJce dally, frcm
10 tu 4 o'rlick. I'lesae call fur particulars, see maps.
Ac. A Mi't'orTKK, 141 Fulton st. Ntw Turk, ce
JAMES PARTINGTON, st llollirook Mslloii, L. I.
oi Suit mib to tn. i
fim l,KT Wllh nr without power, sn emirs bulldlnt '
1 snd sevcrsl lofts. Apply to engineer on premises, .1
No. 173 Hester st coruer of Molt, orto S.T.&A.T. If
MEYF.R.H3 Walker st. si
milltKF. large sod'llght shops for any bu.litss pur- a
X puses to leu Apply on premises, '.1 Jackson st.
CHPHKSIK L'OI KT. ..... I
O In the matter of the application of the D-partraeni I
of Public Parka for and In behalf of Ihe llsur, Al-l-r- "I
men snd Communally of the City of New Yurk, relative
from Eighth avenus to the New Hoad or Drive, id
from Twelfth avenue to the Hudson river,
IN THE CITY OF NKW YORK.
We, the undersigned Commissioners of Kstlmsti sot J
Assessment In the sbove entitled matter, l.er.-tiy civs
notice It, the owier or owners, oceupsut or tc upauts.
of sll homes snd lota and Improied or uelmnrot.-l
lands aSeeted thereby, and to aft others whuji It may
concern, tu wit t
Thst we hsve completed our estlmslesnd asirsimect.
snd Ihsi sll persuns Interested In these p -'H-et dings, or
lu any of lite lands aflected thereby, aud wlu may bs
opposed loihessme tlo present Uietr nt . -ctloi s In
writing, duly verlflsd to Jo I A. I llliwn. Cs,j., our
Chsirmsn. st the oitlce ot the Commissioners, aj Nassse
street crounl .'IOn the said city, on or hefoie the .11
day uf November. 19T1. and that we. the snld f'oniinli. J
sloners, will hear partlra ao objecting within the tea I
weekdays uell. fit r tha said 73d dsy uf N'tiemlier. end
for thst purpose a 111 be lu attendance at our laid onlos '
on esch of said ten days, si 17 o'clock M, .
Thai the abstract of the said estimate snd asti-simrnt, .
together wttti our uisps, snd slso all the a'.II tavlis. esii.
mates, and other documents wnlch erere used hy us la
making our report, hsve b en deposited In the ome-of
the Department ot Public Works in tie rliy of Nrw
York, there lo reuisln until the 3th day of December,
Thst Ihe limits embrsced by the sis.'ssnent stor. nil
sre ss follows, town All those lots, ph .'e ..r parr. Is
of laud, lying and being, on Klghty-nmili atreet.lx iwen
the Mrhlh avenue and Hie New Road, -lid Is'tweea
Twelfth avenue and Hie Hudaun r "rr. and txteiuiugua
either side of Ulghty-nlnth street, half Ihe disisui..- lu
the next strret thereto, lu tho c.ty of New Vurk.
Thst our report herein win Im-presented tu ths en.
rreme Court of Ihe Slate of New Ycrk, si s spei-isl
rnn thereof, lu be held tn the new Court House al tha
City II all. lu tho cltr of New Yurk, on I In- 17th day of
December, ttm. st tne opening of the court on that Casf
snd thst then and there, or sa soon thereafter ss counsel
csu be h.srd thereon, s motion will be made thai Iks L
ssld report be confirmed. a
Dated Nxw Yosx.Ocl. II, tin. I
JOEL A. FITIIfAN, I
JOHN' HROVt.N, I
IllCIIAH'i CHOKER. I
Commissi,, teea. I
CiF.t'It KTA It Yr OF I' HE. I'.HIK It Alio
O wsy Company, New York, Oct. S. 1ST4.
Notlte Is hereby given thst the Iransttr boo'is ot
thu Company will be closed at Its t.e-ieral oitlce
on the 7th day of November, 1177. and rrmslu cloiel
till the tlth day of November lr.', when the Inwks will
be reopened fur trsnsferssltheofllrrnf Duiicsr.sheriiisa
A Cu who hsve been appointed transfer agents of Ibis
Compsny. lly order of the Itosrd.
It ".OTIS a-ee-larr.
Dll. tJIUIHKTT of 191 Centre si.csn lie consulted
with ihe moat houorable confldence o-, prltate dls
eues, a practice otWyeaeaeniblisnliii '0 guarantee per
msnenl cures, or nu charge, ufflce hours, V A.M.tusl . at.
VTTF.NTIDN. -Twenty jtars' I'rusilin hosidttl
t apenenee. Files snd sklutlUea.es, i, n of I nr
stsndlng, successlullr snd . Der-rsuenili ','"-'".' ;,J'
aultsllonfree. Dr. FHANKI.IS. lUIHeecker et
-DII. KINI1 cures all delicate disease- snl
. derangements) one vlall sutllcp nt cinsutteliuns
sirlrlly private. II Amity it., uear Urtadws) . oltlie
hours from a A. M. to a p. M.
VTTKNTIDN I -Advice fre.l ne HK-l'Allli.
IU4 Weal nth st.i ladles speedily curmi at ..an Inn if
view, and Irfiardlng during sickunes. M-d'.. lue u'uy is,
VrSPEKDY (111 It E f .rail uulurtua ui" bj Or. II.
D.OItlNllLK, IJ) We i. tiistMneriai i
kJTHICTDHi:. Pll.lli. NKItVOt - ""ei I LI FY.
i1 seminal weakness, and all dls -as -s of tl.e kin)s
and htadner cured epestJIly and p-rmiueall' I sai
phltt. dsSlllassrsswiaait, j 'iKTV., 1 tl hast lith st,
1 TTKNTIOnT KNOW THY DKTINT
A FOUKWAItNF.il IS FOIIKARML I .
GOTO ISO 41ST RT HLT. HUD A 11 WAY A Ml 7 HI AT,
ItSOoiuU HKWAltD Foil IIKIt l.gl kl.
Consult the beat cl.irvoy.nl of the . te.iser. ry
thlng I gives luck lu luve and buslnes. , lo lugs tuge.iiiw
ihuse long sepsratetl i speedy mat flagca Inrky nuiuu. rs.
V TTHNTIDN I -Oonsallsilons on pa-uiees. D
ft suits, enemies, losais, snseui f (. nds, l "";,.'i' !
rlsge.slckniwa sud tleaib i pay rrfua 'd unleaasatlins.i.
MAll.kJlfi JtiMllH. "I lvuive's
VTTKNTION l-MADAMK POiirr.lt. cert OS ,J !
In ths world. Consult her for everit'u'if I"';'
numbers. Feetslcenu. a Csrmmo st.. ne ir Wee.. si
No geota. -
,4 KrilOI.(HlfsT. - Madams" ItM'sl
V Paris, rod Weal slh St., oetwean 7t.i sud Stu se.
MAD A HP. p. It ). medicsl snd "iislneelsirj
vuyaul. Ill West tJth si., between lirosdsr sso
7lh. sv. -Consult her on sll atlalrs ul life, nsu.e ol wis
you mini SLd visiters i His wu.i.lcr'nl ch rm uf
tars cauatsl speed; lusmsgest sh..s liseurss, UnU.i
togsther lhue lung sepsistedi Incsy nuoiiser-
H.1 IMs V P.I. 1. 1 NtlTIIN'es presllctlons are certsia.
ftr&elelraiyou howl" ;,,ct?ed In .u.ti.e.s .Hii-j
wealth, rerlslmtlrunsrn and uulalihliil hu.baii.l, sna
gives all Inf rmsllun dealrtl, LosidsOCt 1 'i
su, ursr Hh ss,
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lvl wish to kuow i luesy nuiuliera positive nc.a-.
m West lihtcaerst,
MADAME jHNK-sT fortune le,l r, '. h" J
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ill. iw liroouvs SL l'r.ce,33c. no gruls,
altlOIN A I, Ma-lsv us HYH0N, spiritualist tats. Ill
as., nas reUraesl fresa kurue. Cuaaullailuui. m
I Jill so.
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sss4 n.smst I Ssssilhr- 'buss lenj f""l
UM easasi ass. aaf U swarnstri itifurii.ailun sst
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