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I K J. DENNING .SCO.
B A. T. STEWAKT ft CO. (jfettil),
IK In Connection -with their
W AUTUMN OPENING
saK
will place on sale to-day
K' A RECEHT IMPORTATION OF
I LADIES' JACKETS,
' $8.50 to $21.00 each;
.: f Value. 914.00 to $27.50.
I $i And a lot of
SI MISSES' GRETGHBNS
; k AND
It LONG COATS,
l $7.50 to $18.00 each
I
i; $ Broadwav, 4th Av., 9th & 10th Sta.
f .
j .$, atttugemcnw.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN.
; tt., EVERY Mlllir AT 8-lrSUNItAYR INCLUDED.
? A SKATS CO CUNTS AND 20 CENTS.
ANTON SEIDL
I k AND III
aft oraxd mi:trciI'iijtn orchestra.
! O 2D SERIES Of1 I'Ol'L'LUt OIU'HKHTIIAL CONCERTS.
( V? TEN rilMiRHT ONLY.
1 ty To-xiaii-r.
: & Soloist-Miss Rose Schottenfels.
' U-s rnomuMMB including,
c2 Foote'uOterture. "In tho Mountains;1
I Mft "l'anllcriiltustlcalia,"
I &2?r Grand Otrrtiire, "Leonora;"
Sf' rtliliirJmiKhtcr Trio, "I'M" music:
, rx Onnd Funeral March from "Outtcrdsmmernng," as.
I jfei, FRIDAY. OI!T. II. IIKASn WAI1NKR NII1UT.
J tf; LAST CONCERT. TUESDAY. OCT. 18.
I )- CTAR THEATKIi. Droadwayandiatb.lt.
ES MONDAT EVENING, OCX. 1..
Igv MONDAY EVKNI.NO, OCT. 1.
; a?v Farewell American engagement of llr. and Mrs.
ip;' l IV Q A La
i tU- (under the direction of Mr. Daniel Frohraan), who will
I Xzr begin on the nhore dnte their jmaitlvely farewell Amer
1 tJ' lcn en janomf nt with the premutation of Tom Taylor'a
1 $'L famouw comedy, entitled
J 42 HT-XY. WATERS RYJN HKKP.
l teTII-I- AVATKUN It UN SKKP.
1 cr-h ttTery evening at 8. Matlneo ftaturJnr.
, . The alo of seats open at the Htar Theatre Taeadar
net. when tickets ordered should alwo be called for.
jV1 QA8INO. imOADWAY AND 3UTU ST.
K TO-NICHT,
Mll" AT EIOIIT O'CLOCK SHARP.
. &; FIRST PERFORUANCK IN THIS COUNTRY OT
THE TYROLEAN,
I jS TO BE FOLLOWED AT TEN O'CLOCkTBY
I CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA.
fjl "THE CHEAT El'ROFEAN SENSATIONS."
PV Admission GO cents. beat, on salo two weeks ahead.
Kfj ttf SJak afs-k is n happy combine-
IK. Tl 1 W I ,," of eornl. opera.
gaftFft H Jsa ara. I III burlesqucmlnstralsy,
wm I UALUU xexVnd.vr
Ki" siris.
P . The flint metropolitan performance will take place,
:.b atb PARK B-wiyrn ...
' -?X. Kvenlnjrn at B:15. Matt. Tb are Jay and Faturdar.
: Boston Symphony Orchestra.
m Er. JlRTIHlIt SIKFSlin, Confliietor.
tka' SIX CONCERTS, SEASON lBl'l-M.
$V AT CIIICKJERINO nAM,
Ai EL'IIKCRIITION SALli I'HOUItKHKI.NO.
tW SEAT FOB HERIEH, 7.50.
ffi- hCHUUimTH'S. 28 UNION SUUAKE.
3? FIRST IIONCKKT. TL'KHIIAY. NOV. H.
S MME. OIOEIO NOIUMCA. WOEOIST.
it AMERICAN INSTITUTE.
ft? ' THE SIXTIETH
: GRAND NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL FAIR.
& IDAODAV8. BET. C31 ANDC4TH STS.
4 OPEN FROM 10 A. M. UNTIL 10 t. it.
fST ADMISSION. 2.1 CENTS. -g
f DUOU THEATRE. Uroadvay, near SOtn it.
a SIXTH WEEK
CKJ, m. OF
Hte, TUll BKb'lall mugultr)
HkK and
MFR linilillTEST
R?JSJ Comedy In Town.
Jil' iyiTU ST. TIIEATltK. KearVttlkT.
MK- Reierred Orcht.tra Clirlo and Raleonr, COo.
Rp EVERY N1G11T-JIATI.SF.es WED. AND BAT.
Hi"' W. J. SCANLAN
i'Jf, in hi. Cre.itcit Sacceu,
rl MAVOURNEEN.
K- Beau on aMe four ycel.. In adTanre.
tfV UTARIIKUN'S TIIKAT.1i;.
HtTV fl a. w. UAKLKY Uan.rer
B Mil'OND hEAKON.
Wf' ., EDWARD IIARRIUAN,
i "REILLYANDTHE400."
Hfr DATE IIRAUAM and 111. rOl'ULAU ORCHESTRA.
IH'r WEDNESDAY Matlneea I SATURDAY.
Hc& rpHALIA THEATRE. Bowery, near Canal at.
H" Ko"nfeU1'' ULIPlTTIAarS.
K? TO-NIOIIT. I THE
IKV l-AWT TIME, I PIIPIT, IN MAGIC,
Tarnday, Ort. it, for the first time,
S -' THE l.ll.lrllTlANK' NEW I'LAY.
;';', ' "THE DWARFS' WEDDING"
K At the Court of Tetcr the ureat.
Hk?t, MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND bATURDAT.
tMli DBOCTOK'N THEATKE. 2.1D, BTHKKT.
tmft JtT TO-MI1HT, OCT. &. FIRST TIME
Iv niiAiti.i:s fkoiiman'a 1'jiodI'ction.
KV: TICTUIIIEN SARDOU'fl LATEbT I'LAY,
I THERMID0R.
B MATINEES WEl)NKSllA B AND HATURDATR.
MJr MAI.EOF MEATS TOHTHEFHIHT WEEK.
K COLUMBUS THEATRE. A AK "3feAY.
K; Brenlnn. 8:1C. Wed. and Bat. Matinee..
MR. BARNES OF NEW YORK.
K iiARLEU OPERA HOUSE. ""W-ay.
,' KVEMNUS. U:1S. SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY.
K THE VOLUNTEER,
K' . ., , MISS'KATINK OEB8I.K1L
IK"' -JSr'iv SONObTRESfl.
: TONY PASTOR'S THEATRE. ,
r - NELSON'S GREAT WORLD COMPANY.
;;' a wo.NDimruii and a grand show.
W, every r.va, VAi'i'i aim
MATS. WED. AND HAT. VMsMBt thj
K CHIAHINI PANTOMIME COMPANY.
H WJOVrtf MADISON EqUARB TIIEATRH. I1UC I
W,V H To-night at 8-80. Mallne Saturday at 3. JMC I
kWht SI? MONTH I 100TI! MIGHT I OCT. 20 1
K Tlie lUtetmen an baring- a talk campalrn IIUC I
BkV While tha laugh campaign 1 lad by Jan 1 1 JWH. I
mk MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE.
m, BCOTT MARBLE'S YJ- DATDfll
PKf mtect anooEsa IflC rHIIWlM
Wmi TiKAND OrKRA HOUSB. , t
IH6i IT Ueurrad Beats, Orchestra. Ottela and Balcony. BOs.
K" ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOMEItI-
aassKt' Kcxt week-MY JACK.
HKV "fYCEUM TUEATKE. 4th ay. and J8d it.
ilK& JHevina HsIS. llatlne WedujsdM and Saturday at.
bbbbbbV u t bVuTIIKKNIln 1 tlrr Till BANCINO OIHL
Mi LENOXLYCEUM,- JMg'jgSST"
Elp EVBNlaOV8!l. .
mn ' OAyALLERIA RUSTICANA,
Bb VVSrtOomedU,,
PJB?! DAN'L SULLY,
Hf' ' TUB MILMONAIEK.
. rl MBBJtO TUBATRK.Irrtnplaoa and 16th at.
BB- ' ATtflgbt, fust appearance of Hugo aUiMBharf la
B
WWw'
O'NEILL'S.
6th Av, 20th to 21st St
Millinery. Department.
SPECIAL DISPLAY
or
HATSTURBANS
THIS WEEK
At Very Attractive Prices.
H.O'NEILL&CO
6th AVE., 20TH TO 21ST ST.
J3nuS(mntW.
AlaAvuLL NATIONS.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN.
OCT. 18 TO 24.
INTERNATIONAL
Six Days' and Stx Nights'
Bicycle Race.
cnwpMsniP of the world.
AMATEUR BICYCLE
TOURNAMENT.
Under the auspices MANHATTAN BICYCLE CLUB.
Saturday Evening, Oct. 17,
COMMENCING AT R O'CLOCK
H HAKIM!!
SAFETY AND ORDINARY HANDICAPS AND
SCRATCH RAVES. .
Entries close villi u. A. SHEEHAN, President M. B. C
243 West With at.. New York city.
GARDEN THEATRE.
MB. T. II. 1RRNCH, LESSEE AND SIANAOKR.
THO VEEKS ONLY,
COMMENCINU MONDAY NEXT. OCT. 13.
JtFFERSONFiOBEfiCE
COMEDY COMPANY.
SUPPORTED BY MRS. JOHN DREW.
VIOLA ALLEN. FANNY DENIIAM ROUSE,
CARRIE JACKSON. J. II. IIARNES.
W. Y. OWEN. OEO. W. DENIIAM,
FITZUUUII OWLSEY, JOSEPH WARREN.
OCT. 12. ONE WEEK-" Till: RIVALS"
OCT. 111. ONE WEEK "HEIR-AT-LAW."
BALE OF BEATS HEOINS TOMORROW AT fl A. M.
GARDEN THEATRE. Last Onljrhts.
MR. RICHARD.TD-nltht. Prince Karl: Tues. Don
UOrlri fl J: WedJekyll A nyde; Thur,
MANXMrl llil'.ri.l.n Romance: Frt. ere. A Sat.
nlHHUl ILUUjM.t.. Beau Brummell; Sat.. Nero.
rjNION SQUARE THEATRE.
D 'WEEK A LAUnn IN EVERY LINK.
to. the CADI.
Bii.x. nyes Tuc nam
COMEDY. Iflt llAUIl
THOS, Q. SEABROOXB.
M'RMNOM AT HllR.
MAT. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOAOOOOS.
oFwk-
Of the great prctacular play.
SOUDAN.
Each night the largo theatre is crowded.
EOTJIM JAMES, a lance company, and BOO people.
Wednesday and Saturday Matinees.
KTIIt THEATRE,
. II ROADWAY AND lSHI ST.
TiAHT W.UJ:EJjEC OT
EOKAV9 B.EED
IN SYDNEY ROSENFELD'S HAlTIEST COMEDY,
TBJE CMjWJU FR1EJVJD.
EVESINCS AT 8. MATINEE SATURDAY.
SEAbONI nUDIIl flUUU BOSTONIANS.
Lriy I OF.OEUK FllAVCIS TRAIN Trill start
them. Hm. KRAI), the MIssIuk Link.
nCBEB'H PAIACE MUSEUM. 14T1I ST.
PALMER'S THEATRE.
Krrry Evening at h. Matinee Ruturday at 2,
A TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS.
MAHIE WAIN.WRIOI1T,
ASSISTED BY IIKMIY MILLER, IN
AMY BOBWABT.
.H. H. JACOBS'S THEATRE flsT.-
tn'uASD-'sAT.I ThE PULSE OF NEW YORK.
Net week-PAT BOONET.
BROADWAY THEATRE. corner 41st at.
Opening? or K irular Season to-ntcbt.
EYEMNCSAT B. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 3.
KOSTER Jb RIAL'S. Mat. Mnn. Wed. Bat.
MLLE. rOVGrBBB.
ClIANTBUSKEXCKMRIOini.QUAIlTKTTOULOUSAIN,
Fit A NIC 1IUSII. HAVKNl'Or.T BROS.
H" BRRVANN'H TifliATKn-llroadway and 30th St.
Ereninii XX). TJ lTTRV ! Sat. Mats. t 3.
3DMOSTI1I UUk.SlS. S ln"TheSoUcltorr'
Dlxey In Brisk, llroeiy Characterisation I
gyrutgong.
CHOLERA or FISl!lMl HANkH. steamer HAVANA
rery Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday,
leaves 31st st. K.R., 7:20 A. M.; Beekmanst. 7:4SA.
M.; Pier 3 N. R, H.'M A. M. Ticket.. 7fic Including;
check for bunch of tuUt: ladles, roc.: club tickets, OOo.s
halt, tackle, meals, and refrrsbmenta on lioard at city
prices. II. llEEBE. Captain. H.BCHRADER. Mauoger.
A DAILY EXCURSION to WEST "POINT. NEW?
. UUROII, anil I'OUIIHKEEPSIB by DAY LINE
M'HAMKRH. See steamboat column.
DRKP SEA FISUINO. Early morning trips on ami
after Tuesdsy, Oct. il. dally; atearaer ANOLEIt learee
31st st-E.Btl'GO;Beekiuanst,7:10;Pierll,N.K, 7:23;
rnns winter and summer. AL FOSTER.
".HBllINU. Cholora llanks every Tuesday, Thursday,
K Sunday, closing tha season Sunday (llthl with fn
trip ticket 1SU3. Steamer SCHUYLER. oiSr. Ladles
and clubs. 40o. East 23d it, 7:10; Peck Slip. 7:46;
FranVllnst.. B:30. COOl'BR.
SPECIAL -TRIP THIS DAY. Bin. Ilshlng. Monday.
Oot. r. Steamer ANOLEIt leaves (only one landing)
21at St., 12. it, 6 A. M. Usual Monday trip will be omitted.
. f AL FOSTER.
0 I DAYS ON THE CHOLERA BANKS THIS SEASON.
01 Steamer ANULER the only boat round the S. W.
Danka. the Angler Ranks, and tha only boat found the
Cholera Hanks, ana passengers caught plenty blgorean
bass on all three banka Sunday, Yours truly, old re
liable, expert pilot. AL FOSTER.
aMf COOK'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS aftf
tO MAOAIIA FALLS,
FRIDAY, OUT. 10.
For partlcuUrs address THOS. COOK dc SON.
201 and 1,320 Broadway, Now York.
gwtMmn gtffortn.
lonc Island.
OPEN THROUOIIOUT THE TEAM,
A COMFORTABLE HOME Kill FAMILIES OKSIrINO
TO LIVB AWAY FROM THE CITY.
2ABX.Y AND LATE TRAINS VIA MANHATTAN OB
BRIGHTON BEACH RAILWAYS.
Spadal rates for Fall and Winter. Address
HOWELL VILLA,
BHEEPSUEAO BAY, X, I, '
CUe Curr. ,
PALL MEETINO
HF.W YORK JOCKEY CLUB.
RACING EVERY DAT.
RACES DEUIN AT 3 P, M.
MORRIS PARK, JEROME PARK,
Oct. S. 10. 16. Oct. 6, II, 7, II. 13. 13, 14.
Tak. 2d av, elevated rail Take New York and liar
way to Willis ar. station, lem Ralluay trains from
Harlem, whence special Urand Central Depot. 42l
trains conuect direct to st. and 4tb ay direct to
track. track
FIELD FREE. FIELD TREE.
JEROME PARK RACES.
Bpaelal trains on race Any Uare Urand Central 8ta
tlon. vti New York Central and Hudson River Railroad,
13:20. 12:60. and 1:20 P. M. Parlor car train at 1,05
P.M. Returning trains stop at 138th st. Excursion
tickets. 4Q cents, at company's oQlcss, New York,
Dreokljn, and elation. .- . ,
t " t ' e
; AuTOMN OxNINr;"
.-:-Ri-iDini'OL 3y'
.41 r '
UCOEMOU TO ' 1 "W-
r
A. T. tmSlfAMT ak CO. KTAt.,' . k
ANNOUNCE THAT f?
TO-DAY. -;
.;.. miHIORROW, and ?
WEONESbAY :im I-
THBX WILL KAViljL'-j.'
GENERAL EXHIBITION
- THWDGIODT TIEI1 8T0BE,,0F "TIEK' .-.-,?; :
Fall Importations, 4:
xzroLUDXxvo Ait ;f.v"' '
EXTRiOilNART CfllLECTIflH ''?:
aQM t
DRESSES, CLOAKS,
MILLINERY, &
FUR GARMENTS.
' Their Customers and the Public '
arc Invited to Inspect this Col'
lection, which, with their Superb
Stocks ot
DRYGOODS, CARPETS
DPHOLSTBRT, FDRN1T0RE
AND eODSEFmiSUJG GOODS, :':
Surpasses In extent and beauty all
previous displays. ., ,
BmflwaythAYMSlh&lOthSts. t- -
HOTEL DE LOGEROT
5th av. and 18th st
Tkls stw hotel, oa tha Enropeaa !".
will ke opca for tha reccBtlan or grae.ts
tm or about Oct. IS.
JOHN D. CKONIN. MANAOER.
HOTEL piOfflti
I I Cmtrslly II Allth.Lattst l
II Lecilcd V Improvements. Wl
BrnadwnT A 41at St, New York.
AUKBIOAN AMP EOKOPEAN PLAK.
THE GROSVENOR,
STn AT. AND IOTH ST.
Elecnntlr appointed apartmesls, en ilte, tm
rent by the year.
C T. JONES, Pr.rl'tnr.
HOTEL ROYAL,
BRYANT PARK.4flth st. and nth a,.
(EUROPEAN PI.ANll
Two blocks west of Urand Central Depot. Special rates
for families: suIim of rooms 2 day upward; room, for
gentlemen, 91 day upward: superior restaursnt at pop
Star prices. RICHARD MEAHE3 A CO. Proprietors.
Metropolitan Hotel,
"" k,7ro?en"pE5!n? au
Rooma, Sl.OO m daw and ejiwsri
UILDRKTH & ALLEN.
THE SHERWOOD,
BTU AV CORNER 44TII ST. NEW YORK.
E1.EOANT SUITES OF BOOMS,
by the day or week. GEO. MURRAY .
IlOTIvIs DV I.OVVKE.
&a lVEST 3TII ST.
LUNCH FROM 13 Wl .1 P. M.
DINNER FROM 6 TO II P. M,
O. PONS. Prop.
HOTEL MARLBOROUGH. '
BROADWAY, SHTU AND 37TJI STS.
AMERICAN OR KUBOPKAN TLAN8.
HOTEL, ARNO,
AmHrnn nntl Karopcnn 11 on.
wahiunci'on; 1.C.
Fashionable Hotel Hcud nr circular
HOTEL DEVONSHIRE,
Forty-second st. opposite Grand Central depot, adjoin
ing Lincoln National Bank; rooms II and upward; new
tthlttlcr elevator.
MOTEL MARTIN.
University Place Corner wth Ht.
The best table d'hote dinner In New YorUprf 1, from
C P. M. in 8:30 P. M. Breakfast a la carte. ' '
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT DB PARIR.-Rooms for
families and gentlemen; luuch, 60o,; table d'hote,
7fMi. 241) West 141b st.
HOTEL VIA NO. .Ill Eaat 18th St. Booms (1 np week
ly; with board. IIP; summer garden; table d'hote.
REVERE HOUSE, comer of Broadway and Houston
at. Comfortable rooms for DO. cents per day and
upward.
BLACKSMITirsllOP. with tools, for ssle; good bust
nrss. 163 East aittlt st. i
FOR SALE An old established barber shop and cigar
store: a good chauco for th rliiht man. Call or ud
dress HH snilth St.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
.IRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE for sale; I.OO0; no
X' agents. 156 Smith St., Brook!) n.
i j
LAUNDRY; good location, cheap rent; canse, sick
ness; will leach any ons the bu.lness. 7WJ Bed
turn av. Brooklyn.
SWISS MUSIC BOXER at half price; don't fall to cslL
MUSIC. INST. MTU CO, 342 Bowery, K. Y, .
W ELL-PA YINO BOARDINO IIOUSBVFaclng Star
reaant Park: must sell! slckneu; noraasonasw
og.r refused. Apply 14 LI vlnnton place.
Wntthtfi, Jfttvflru; c.
ANYTHING In diamonds, watches, one Jewelry dellr
credonfl weekly payment..
UlilON WATCH tQll'ANY. 288 Broadway.
JW, MYERS A CO., 114 narsan .(., Xew York.
Watches, diamond.. nndJewelry,Hl neellr; Bllve
ware and ring.. 60ci mall order, inomptly attended to.
WE SELL WATCHES, illuiioml.. Jewelry, on l
weekly pajmenui everything vuarauteed.
tXCHANUli WA'ttiU OU-, 34U Broadway.
gcffjfl jgHttdLj
LOST-Bank book No. 888.003. Bank for Savlnts. 67
Bleeckerat. New York; payment stopped. Fleas,
return book to bank.
POST OFFICE NOTICE.-Foreign maUs for the week
ending Oct. 10 will close (promptly In all cases) at
this omce as folluws:
MONDAY.-At 3 P. M. for Bellse, Puerto Cortes. Jtnd
(lustemala, per steamship Stillwater, from n.w or-,
leans. t , 'i
TCESDAY-AtB A. M.for Europe, per steantahlp Ha
vel. via Konthamplon and Bremen (letter, for ire
land must be directed "per Havel"): at 1 P. M.for
Jamaica and Ureytown. per steamship A. Dumols
." (letters for Puerto Cortes, Bellxe. and (lustemala
must be directed "per A. Dumols"); at 2:80 p.x.
for Porto Rio direct, ner steamship Euripides.
WEDNESDAY At C A. M. for Europe, per steamship
Msje.tlc. viaOueenstowu: at (V A. M. for Europe.
per steamship Kaiser WUhelm II. via Southampton
and Bremen (letters must be directed "per Kaiser
WUhelm II."); at 1 A. M. fur Belgium direct, per
steamship Noordlaud, via Antwerp (tetters must he
directed "per Noordlsnd"); at 11 A. M. (supple
mentary 12 M.) for Venexuela and Curacoa, also
Savaniila via Curacoa. per steamship Philadelphia
(letters for other Colombian porta must be directed
"per Philadelphia"): at 1 P. M. tor Cuba, per steam
ship Niagara, via Havana: at 3 P. M. for Blue
fields aud Ureytown. per steamship Uussle, from
New Orlcansr at 3 P. il. for Bluetlelds and Urey
town. per steamship Agnes, rrom New Orleans.
THURSDAY. At n.SO A. M.for Europe, per steamship
F. Bl.marck, via Southampton aud Hamburg; at 1
P. M. (.tippiementary 1 :30 P. M.) for Bermuda, per
strumshtp Orinoco; atl P.M. (supplementary 1:30
P. M) for Naa.au. N. P., and Santiago Cuba, per
steamship Santisgo; at 1 P. M. (supplementary 2 P.
M.) tor Laguayra, per steamship Orion: at H.itu P.
M. for Newfoundland, pee steamer from Halifax.
BATUEDAY.-At 1 A. M. for Brarli and the La Plata
countries via Brazil, for St. Thomas and St. Croix
via St. Thomas, for Barbadoes and Demerara via Bar
badoes, per steamship Advance, from Newport News
(letters for other Windward Islands must be directed
"per Advance"); at 1 A.M. for Rio Janeiro and
Santos, al.o La riata countrlea via Rio Janeiro.
per steamship Capua, from Baltimore (letters
must be directed "per Capua"): at 4:UO A.
M. for France. Swttxerland. Italy, Spain, Portugal,
and Turkey, per steamhlp La Touraine. via Havre;
at rt:3u A. M.for ureat Britain (except London un
less specially addressed) and Ireland, per steamship
Auranla, via (ineenstown (letters for other parts of
Europe must be directed "per Auranla"); attl:80
A. M. for London. Belgium, Netherlands. Austria,
Uermsny. Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Russia,
per steamship Eider, via Southampton and Bremen
(letters for other parts of Europe must be directed
"per Elder"): at 7 A. M. for Norway direct, per
steamship. Island (letters must be directed "per
Jslsnd "): at a A. M. for Netberlanda direct, per
steamship Obdare, via Rotterdam (letter must be
directed ''perUbdsm"): at H:3UA. M. for Scotland
direct, per steamship City of Rome, via Ulasgow (let
ters must bo directed "per City of Roma"); at 10
A. M. tor Progreso. per eteamshlp Uahana (let
ters for other Mexican States must be directed
"per Habaua"; at 10 A. M. (supplementary
11 A. II.) for Central Amrrlca'(except Costa Rica)
and South Paclho ports, per steamship Newport, via
Colon (letters for llauteinaln must bodlrecteJ "per
Newport"); at 11 A.M. (supplementary 11.30 A.M )
forrortuie Islaiid and Jamaica, also Jacmol ana
Anx cares. HayO. per steam.hlp Alvcna; at 11 A.
M. for camnecbe. Chiapas. Tabu.co, ami Yucatan,
per steamship Orizaba (letters for Cuba and Tarn
Pico direct and other Mexican States via Vera Cruz
must bo directed "per Orizaba"); at 12 M. for
Ureimda, Trinidad, and Tobago, per ateamshlp
Arrcuna; ats.sop. M. for St. Flerre-Miquelou, per
steamer from North Sydney.
8UNDAY.-At8 P.M. for Costa Rica via Llmon. per
steamship Holquln, from New Orleans.
Malls for Australia. New Xealand, Hawaiian. FIJI, and
samoan Islands, per steamship Monowal (from San
Francisco), close bore dally up to Oct. JO. attl.HO
r. M. (or on, arrival at Now York of steam
ship L'mbrla. -with British mails for Anstralls).
Malls fur China and Japan, per steamship
ship City of Peking (from Sau Francisco), close here
dally up to Oct. M6. at e.SO P.M. MalU for the So
ciety Islands, per ship city ot Papeltl (rrom San
Fraiiciicu), close hero dally up to Ocl.'XV at tl:0 P.
M. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax,
unit thenae by stesmer, close at this onlce
dally at :30 P.'M. Mails for Mlquelon, by rail
to Boeton, and thence by steamer, clos. at
this oitlce dally at H:0 P.M. Malls for Cuba, by
3 ll to Tampa. Fla. and thence by steamer (selling
ondayg and Thursdays), close at this ofne. dally at
3:80 A. M. Malls tor Mexico, overland, unless
apeciaUy addressed for despatch by (learner, clos.
atthUofflcedallyatSA. M. :
Trans-i'sciilc malls are forwarded to San Francisco
daily, and the schedule of closing Is arranged on the
Eresdmptfou ot their uninterrupted overland transit to
an Francisco. Malls from tb. East arriving on time
at Han Francl.cn on tbs dsy ot railing of ateamers ar.
despatched thence the same day. Registered mall
pluses at 0 P. M. previous day,
FINANCE' DEPARTMENT, BUREAU FOR THE COL
LECTION OF TAXES. NO. 67 CHAMBF.HS ST.
UIEWAKT BUIIDI.XU), NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 18U1.
JJOIICE TO TAXPAYERS.
i ,r f
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN THAT THE AR8EFS
meiit Rolla'nf Eral Estste. Personal Property and
Dauk Slock in the City and County of New York for the
ear 1HU1 and the arrants for the collection of taxes.
lave been delivered to the undersigned, and that all the
taxes on said assessment rolls are now due and payable
at this onlce,
Iu.com of 'payment on or before the first day of No
vember next, tne person so paying shall ho rntltled to
the beuents mentioned In section s42of the New York
City Consolidation Act of ltS2,vls.i a reduction ot in
terest at the rate of U per cent, per annum between the
day of laetr-naymeiit and the first day of December
next. - - UKOBOB W. McLBAN. .
- Iteeelv.r of Taxeg.
urtiou ilittt,
aaaisas)aaasssisesaeaiasasa.sMSMMaysae.eaa' es
A -JAMES r. SILO, AUCTIONEEa.
. ,. .. . t.ztBUVKBjrni
ATTESTIO. lllUSEKBEPERS ! ! !
ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT.
EACH DAY AT 1 O'CLOCK,
ASSIONEE'S ABSOLUTE AND PEREMPTORY BALE
OF KN0LI3H DINNER AND TEA SETS.
NOTICE.-Me..rs. VAN TASSELL A KEARNEY, sue
tlnnerrs, will sell at public auction on beliair of the
Department of Dorks, at Vler " A." Battery place. North
River. In the city or New York, on Thursday, iiot. 16.
SUl,atl2o'rlock noon, the right to collect end retain
all wharfage wblvh mar accrue for the use and occu
pation by vessels of more than live tons burden of cer
tain pier and halkhsads. For full U.t of said wharf
property, terms.' and conditions of sals, HI tbl City
kstDrt. CopUi pn yi at a city Bali,
O'NEILL'S,
6th ave., 20th to 21st St
OFFERTO-DAY
100 PIECES
Black all-wool French Cheviots,
40 inches wide, at
Ahf YARD;
TT kW W m WORTH 7Co.
200 PIECES
Clack French Henrietta Cloth,
46 inches wide, at
75r YARD;
m aVI WORTH f 1.00.
150 PIECES
Colored Henrietta Cloth, 40
inches wide, at
5qr yard;
gT J WORTH 75a
H.O'NEILL&CO
6TH AVE., 20TH TO 2113T ST.
TO THE LADIES OF THIS CITY
AND THE COUNTRY ROUNDABOUTl
TO GIVE EVERY ONE AMPLE CHANCE
TO VIEW THEIR PRESENT MAGNIF
ICENT HTOCK, UNSURPASSED IN ANY
COLLECTION ON EARTH, OP MODERN
AND ANTIQUE FURNITURE, WILTON.
AXMINISTER, BRUSSELS, INGRAINS,
ALL CARPETS. RUGS, DRAPERIES,
CURTAINS, LAMBSZQTJIN13, PIC.
TURES, LAMPS, PRETTY EFFECTS
AND NOVEL IDEAS FOR THE DECO
RATING OF noME, ORIGINATED AND
SHOWN ONLY BY
Ludwig Baumann & Company,
TBS LEADING TIME-PAYMENT
MOUSE OF THE WORLD
AND THE PEOPLE'S FIRM,
who have made thla m grandly ancce.sful
year. Laellea will find object or great low
tereat la the BUou Art Parlor, aeeoad floor,
where are lovely Picture., Parlor Laaipa,
sued Dlahea. The honae contain, everythlaa;
needed at home, which you caa hay tor
credit on loaf; time. The raatrnltude of thla
well-aaaaed ' Yooasj Colo.an. la a a;ttaran.
tee of reltablUty and good faith. Thoaa who
call early wlU fc erred to the belt, aad
every enitoiaer treated moat eejnttably. Be
are aad ret the aew arlee U.t. la the meaa
un atady thl.i
OCX TERMS t
f 20 worth, S3 deposit; balance, SOo. weak.
$30 worth. S4 deposit; balance, 76c. week.
(60 worth, (5 deposit, balance, tl week.
176 worth. 17.60 deposit; balance, 11.25 wsek.
f 100 worth, S10 deposit: balance. 1 JSO week.
AND SO ON OR BY SPECIAL ARBANOEUENT.
LUDWIG BAUMANN &
COMPANY,
NOS. 88, SIO, SIS, AND Sid 8TH AVE.,
BETWEEN BOTH AND OATH STS.
BRIGGS PIANOS.
SEE THEM I TRY THEM I BUY THEM I
For sale and to rent.
Cosh or Installments; easy terms.
O. H. DITSON A CO. 807 Broadway (18th itA
FISCHER. FIAZf OS.
Largest assortment of Upright, Grand, and Square
Fiano. at moderate prices; cash, installments, and ex
changed: also plauos to rent. Several bargains In seo-ond-hana
planus, different makers, at low prices.
FISCHER PIANO WARBROOMS.
110 6th av,. cor, luth st. New York.
AN ASSORTMENT second-hand grand, upright,
and aquare pianos -of our own make. In perfect
condition and fully warranted; alco a number ot
second-hand pianos ot other prominent makers at very
low prices.
WM. KNABE as CO..
IdS flth Ave., near Moth St.. New York.
A FEW GOOD BARGAINS In second-hand upright and
square pianos taken in exchange; these pianos ore
lu excellent order and win be sold at low prices.
FISCHER PIANO WARBROOMS,
IIP 6th av. corner IStb St.
ELEQANT UFRIUHTPIANO.Iin.-; SS monthly: Stein
way, bargain. WISSNBR, 2W uud 30J Fulton St.,
ntooklyn. Open evenings.
ELEOANT ORGANS $70. with stool, lamp, and book;
easy payments. JACOB BROTHERS, 1V6 Broadway,
Brooklyn.
F. CONNER, d East dSd St.
Upright and square planoa for sale and rent on essy
terms ot payment ; second band, 86U, S7S, 8100 upward.
LToYodlNO ABROAD wlU sacrltlceelegsnt upright
piano; cost 600 six months ago; sell tU3U. 30
hast 841h st near 3d av.
NEvfENQLAND PIANOS,
us 6th av.. comer 16th st.
The choicest assortment of now aud slightly csed
f'lanos. In all wood., constantly on band. We rarry the
argrst stock, the best goods, at the lowest prices, fur
cash or on easy payments; planus rented; al.o taken
In exchange. jjnoLAND PIANO CO,
M 6th av.. corner 16th st.
lANOS.-Chlckerlug. a bargain; new norlrtts 1200:
easy terms and to rent. JaI'OB BROTHERS, 1U6
Broadway, Brooklyn.
TBINWAY A SONS' PIANO, stool, and rover, $220;
splendid upright nlano to rent, 4 monthly; cartage
treeT OOETZ A CO.. Ml Court st. Brooklyn.
STERLING OROANR. with hook and Vool. $8 monthly
till paid. Wlna.SF.lt. 2111 and 302 Fulton st,. Brooklyn.
WALTERS PIANOS ,
ARE TOR BEST. Easy terms. Rent and exchanged.
67 and 6U University place and 34 Hast 12th st.
chlt tljg.
FRAMES FOR CIIEAP PICTURES,
Cards, diplomas, Ac. A cents up; 1 or Hl.iKXi; frsmesln
gold Icar. kllvtr. broiite, ivory, natural woods. Ac.
W1LIJAM LEVIN, manufacturer, 37 Dey st. N.Y,
' irni j ' i- -i '-J
gatttttfl.
PATRNTS for Inventors procured promptly; low pates.
BOEDER A HIHESHN. S3 Nasssn St.. N. Y. Bst'd 1853.
THOMAS DREW STETSON, patent soUcttor and ei
pert; the best i ork at a fair price, J 4 Murray St.
efurtttturf.
FUBNTTUBB SOLD without cash deposit; longest
credit; enormous stoek. Grand Rapids Msnulao
tursrs1 Agent, 103 West 3Mth St.
nji -.n r.r-u-ir j-lt j n- i-i , "-i - -r- '
HOW TO OET Blllllt HOW TO BORROW: pamphlet
tree. BIIODUS DIIOJ. Bankers st. St. Louis. Mo.
nrrTjuniUurf.
D"""eVksandoffice"furxiture in ORKATVA
HII'.TY MANUFACTURED BY T. O. SELLEW, 111
rULTON bT.
A1u!T7HfEBTirS4i teeth extracted, 3S.; gaa,
36c.; gold Pilings. 81: gold crowns. $4. 37a Grand st.
,'rVR. FULLER EXTRACTS TEETH without Pain. 6O0.I
JLMta.ftup. ration, 74 Varlck it, cor. Canal at,
- , 1.
, , V-
I fl. JAGY & CO.
SIXTH AVENUE, 18
ORIENTAL RUGS
at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Daghestan and Cara
bagh Rugs,
S2.99;
Were $4.44 and $4.99.
A fragment from the Nineveh excavations, supposed
to represent an analentdUasa remonstrating with hi
high-priced shoemaker.
We are doing for the shoe trade
as we are for the clothing trade
supplying the better qualities, and
only the good sorts, much below
custom prices. Giving satisfaction
to particular people people who
use the best things, which ought to
mean everybody; for who doesn't
like good things? It's the high
cost of most good things shoos, for
instance that compels the use of
inferior.
No need of wearing jjoor shoes
nor of paying high prices while
there are three such stores as these
of ours within your reach.
EOGEBS, PEET & CO.
THREE (Prince. '
BROADWAY Warren.
8TORBB. ( 82d St.
Furniture and Carpets.
Immense Stock at Bottom Prices
NEVER BEFORE REACHED IN THIS MARKET.
Our Credit System Will Enable Ton to Bay
Oor Good oa Your Own Term.
J.BAUMAM&BRO.
1,313 to 1,315 Third Ave.
BETWEEN T5TH AND T6TH STB.
Elevated R. R. Station. 78th Bt.
ACI I aTETITDCD fromenowof ronfs,
OUrrCllCrC wasting; weakness,
lost vlor, etc.. vu restored to health IB foch a re
markable manner after all el, had fallad.Uiathe
wlU send the mode of ciire FIIEE to all fellow suffer
ers. Address L. O. MITCHELL, East Itadrtam, Conn.
ytgal jgotict.
0" VBHUNDRRD ANDNINETEENTH 8TREET.-NEW
YORK SUPREME COURT. . . ,
Hollsnd Trust Company, as trustee, Ac. plalntlO,
against Isabella V. Hogan and others, defendants.,
In pursuance of a Judgment of thla court, made and
entered in the abo o entitled action, bearing date the
loth day ot September. 1SW1. I, the undersigned, Ed
ward Clark, the referee In the said Judgment named,
will sell at public auction at the Real Estate Jhxcbsnge
and Auction Room. Limited. Nos. 6W to (16 Liberty et.
in the city ot New York, on the 6th day of October,
18V1. at 12 o'clock noon, by Bryan L. Kennelly. auc
tioneer, the following described real property, situated
in the city ot New York, to wit:
All that certain lot. piece, or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate,
lying, and being fn the city of New York, bounded and
described as follows, vis.: ....
Beginning at a rolnt on the northerly side of On.
Hundred and Nineteenth street, distant ninety-nve
feet and rive inches v,estwardly from the corner
formed by the Intersection of the northerly side of One
Hundred and Nineteenth street with the v,eeterly s Me
of Fifth avenue: running thence northwardly parallel
with Fifth avenue and part of the way through a party
wall fifty-three feet eleen and one-half Inches; thence
northwestwardly fourteen feet and six Inches; thence
southwardly ugaln parallel n 1th Fifth avenue and part
of the way through a party waU. rlfty-seven feet nine
and one-quarter luchea to the northerly aide ot One
Hundred and Nineteenth street, and thence eastwerdlr
along the northerly side of One Hundred and Nlueteentn
street fourteen feet to the point or place of beglnulng,
said premises being known as No. 7 West lllnh street.
EDWARD CLARK. Referee.
MORRIS r. FERRIS, Platutirs Attorney..
88 Park Row. New York.
NEW YORK 8UPRF.ME COURT. The Emigrant In
dustrial havings llanV, plaintiff, versus Alexander
W. Hume And others, defruuants.
In pursuance of a Judgment ot foreclosure and sale,
made and entered In the abnre-entllled action, and
bearing date the lilth day of Scptrinbrr, Ism, I. the
undersigned, the referee in tbe said Judirment named,
will sell at public auction, at the iteil Estate Exchnuge
and Auction Room (limited), 61) to Hi Lloerty street, in
the city of New York, on Friday, the Kith day of Octo
ber. 1SW1, at 12 o'clock noon of that duy, bv llryan L.
kennelly. auctioneer, the premUts in said judgment
named and therein described as follow si All that cer
tain lot. plei-v. or parcel of lain, with the build
Ins and improvements thereon erected, situate,
hlng. and helug in tbe city ot New York,
and bounded and dcicrlbed ns .follows: Begin
ning at a point on tbe southerly tide of Ninety
second street, distant three hundred and forty-two
feet westerly from the southwc.terly corner of Third
at enue nud Mnet) -second street, running thence Koutb
rrlyaud parallel with Third avenue one hundred feet
eight and one-half Inches to the centre line of the block
between Ntnety-nrst and Nlr.ctr-.ecoud streets, running
thence westerly ulung said centre line of the block thirty-three
feet, thence northerly and agslu parallel with
Third avenue one hundred feet eight and one half inches
to the southerly side of Nlu'ty-secoml ntreet, and thence
easterly along the said southerly idde of Ninety-second
street thlrtyihreo feet to I he point or pla o of beginning.
Dated New York, Sept. Kt. ism. ,. .
THOMAS Y. all.ROY. Jr..
WILLIAM C. ORR. Referee,
rialutlnv Attorney,
61 Chambers st. N. Y,
SUPREME COURT.-Trlal desired In Oranjo county,
Francis l.ymli and J.Hmcltburu Miller, plaintiffs,
ngalnst Pratik W. Toppin. defenJuut.
To tbe abot c-named defendant :
Yon are hereby sumuioml lo answer the complaint
In this action and to. ere a roiiyof your answer on
the platuttrfs' attorney within (went) ,l,iy. after the
service of this summon., exe'.urlvc nf the day of ser
vice, and. In case or your failure tappo.ir or ansa tr.
Judgment will be taken against ou by default fur tbe
relief deinnnded In the complaint.
Dated Sept. 6, 1MII.
Rt'ssEI. IIEADLEY. I'lnlntlffs' Attorney.
OEIre address, 4t and 40 smith !.. Newburgh. N. Y,
To.t OITIre nddrrs., Lui'k Box 72'.', Ne burgh, N, Y,
To Frsnk W. Tojipsm
The foregoing summons I. served npon you hy publi
cation, pursusnt to an order of the Hun. Wlllnrd Bart
lett, one of the Justices of the Hu;miue Court of tb.
State of New York, dated Sept. 6. IHUl.ahd medwith
tbe complaint In the oiiire nt tho tlerk of Urania
county, at tlo.tirn. Nov. York Mate.
Dated Sept. 6, IMIil.
IIL'rKKI. IIEADLEV. PlalntlCs' Attorney.
Office address, 44 and smith st. Newburgh. N. Y.
Post office address, Lock lox7JJ, Newburgh, t(, Y,
NEW AQUKDrCT We.fhester rounly section. Su
preme Court, Second Judicial riiurlct. Ill the mat
terof the petition i Jluhtrt il. Thompson. Commis
sioner of riihliu Worse, f the city of Ne.r lurk, under
and in pLieiijitire of chapter 41.1 of the I,ave of IHS-t,
aud on behalf ot the )la) or. Ahlennsn, ami f'oinmouulty
of the city of New York, for the eiUHtliitment or t'oiit
ml.sloners of a ppraluL uu ler chapter 4UO of the Lav.
ofJHrUi.
To all persons tnteretted lu this proceeding;
Notice I. henbygheii ti,.it the .Utli sjparate report
of the abut e mentl ineit ('utnntljt.hiitrrs oC Apprdl.tl ap-
P Dinted herein on tlctolivr 11. InHj. uiiich report wis
led on Augu.t?. Is,il, m the oihce of the Clerk of
Westchester rounty. at the Court House In the village
of White Plains, In said county, will ho presented for
confirmation to the hupreue Court i,t a special term
thereof, to bo held In tbe Second Judicial district, at th.
Court llou.e In Fougbkeepslc, Dutchess county, on
October 34. 1SU1. at 11 o'clock In the forenoon.
Dated New York, September 24. lsui.
WILLIAM D. CLARK.
Counsel to the Corporation.
4 STryonrow.Neaf.YerkcUr,
TH TO 14TH STSKKT.
ANTIQUE BOKHARA RUGS
10.;
s
Were $17,49 to $24,99. I
Antique and Modem Kazaks,
12.49 to lt.l9;
Worth $19.49 to $29. 74.
INDIA CAMEL'S HAIR SHAWLS. If
We hnve now on sale Indls
Camel's Ilnir ShnMis at one
qunrtcr less than ever be
iore oflbretl in hu mnrket.
Wool Iicccns 8lo.OOcacht
sold at one time nt 9150.00.
India Valley Shawls, dark
soft coloring, $o.OO to
850.00 each; once sold as
high as $50.00. India
Cashmeres $25.00 to
850.00; formerly sold at
$350.00 to $500.00.
Extra tine Valley Cash
mere Shawls 8100.00; some
years ago sold at 81,000.00.
JANES HI cCREERY CO..
Broadway and 11th St.
tAovnow
UPHOLSTERY.
Satin Damasks, Brocatalles,
Silk and Wool Tapestries, Lacs
and Embroidered Curtains,
Renaissance, Cluny, Brussels,
Irish Point ' Marie Antoinette,
and Embroidered Derby Net
The above goods are the very newett,
both in design and coloring. Parties
who wish to furnish less expensively
will find a large and rare assortment
for both furniture and wall coverings,
including portieres in the Terylbett
taste, at very moderate prices.
CARPETS.
Royal Wiltons
(the heat wearing carpet made,
and a full line of
a TriwTTTCrrrnnTtsm
Just received, at about th
PRICE OF AN OBDHVAKT VJEI.YJGT.
SHEPPARD KNAPP&GO,
SIXTH AT., IOTH AND 1ATH ST8.
Do not believe yon know New
York unless yon have called on
America's Greatest Faralfure & Carpet Fin.
22-26 14th St., Bast
J DR. A. OWEN'S
Electric Bill
Cure, acute, ehront. aal aaa
vousdlMaae. without raedklsa
Bend to for seaUd Illustrated eak
alocne and sworn statemeats m
rl Enilldi. Oinua, "f4
iWj and Norweelan, or &
ufc tse .n Uuptura.
Bin inn exectui
Wf lEXT.imuicifAi
if MS Br.adw.7, W.
ITRADB MARK. ' iri-ingtate-at.AUaga.a,
A aoteT ttOt.A. Owen". Deetrte World, wtusd fna
M II I "A caitis'b nxtxrftivovn
I k II I aW W ' ' alw.,, rl.l.V
I IllllPJi lluluvx r.rr.;.l rUli m4
SarllJI BSBlTasV sll llmllsr mnllclsM. Sicnohllf
m4 1. unuM.dt 01 rH.,u s sere remedy, amaraateet.
F.,11 aarttealare seat far a -eeat stassf.
WC1I MKDICAL CO., 1x U, EastUaase tea, Ceaa.
ri..r.,., -...-.r.-.- .-7.i-.-l- -..-. j--.-L.-j-. ... .
N0T1CK IS Ill'.REBY OIVEN. PURSUANT TO THJ J
retiiilre ments of section 1.83U of chapter 410 Jt
tue Lnnauf 1KSJ, being an not entitled "An act to icob
sulldate Into one net and to declare the special ana
local laws aflectlng public Interests In the city of
York." that at the next lleneral Klectlon, to be held
theTuckduy sucrenling lb. Ilrst slomlay of Noveuiper
firilatiliig, he.'iulhn third day uf .Vneniber. Ist'Ltii.
tollnvtiiigiuuiiiclpal omcer. are to be cho.en. ana to.
following ufirtra are to be elocted by ward. era
trUts lu and fur tho city .and county of New lots,
A .1 n.'tlce of the Fapreinc Court, In the place of nt"t
I. Iiuraliam. apiHilntedhr the (iovrrnorto fllltheia
n.in'1 rnuse.1 by the tie ith of Johu II. Hrady.
A Judge of the Miprrlor Court of the (Hyof
York, lii "place of Henry A.OIlder.leote. appointed r
tin, ( j t n i.or to nil the ncuncy caused by the ruign
Hon of i.wirgeL. Ingreliom. ..k.,n
AJndrot the Court or Common I'leas fortberiiy
and county of Now York In the place of Rocer K. ITIjr,
apilnteil hy the Hot eruor to till the t acauiy cauiea ly
the rciiluiutloii c f Richard L. Ijirremore. ,..,, h
A Ju.llrp of the City Court In place of Simon Eh'Uen.
AJuptirnnf.het'lty Court ill place of John :
Cnrthy. appoints J by tho tlovcnmr to ml th. vacancy
cau.e.1 li) (ho re.ijnutlou nf Del Id McAdain. I
A Justice of the District Court In the city of Nsw Yerl r
for the Tenth Judlcliil dl.trlct. the said dl.trlct .mbrso
lug all th.it nottlou of the city of New ork known
thoTent)-t!ilnliuid Tuentvfourth wardsof the ciiy s
of Niw York, In tdace of Andrew J. Rogers. ,.... ,
A Itepre.eiitativo In CoiiKrc.. from he Tenth Conirss
slonililUtrlct of the city and county of New lore w
ill! the ucuncy caused by the death of yreucis a.
1sI'w'uSenator.oneSniitorln each of the foJJ
S,jnatedl.trllsa.lio etahllbM by law, to wlti ins
yirili, sum, Seventh. Llfbtb, Muth. Tenth, and Rl.r-
"T'en:y.fnur Jfoniber. nf Asse mldr In the r ountj jf
New V.irk, one Jlemlwr ot A.eintV to b" el''d "I
each of tVe ,tse.i.lly di.lrlci. In the city olid touut) of
New York, ii.noweifilli.hi'd by law . T ,.... .
Three I'.imner.. In 1'la.v of 1'ird.l. Hid Le y, Loul J
Sel.ultre. and Ii.ulel Ilauiy , ... k. ,ieied
Tw. nt -tn e Alderuirii, one of whom shall ft I'r' ,,
In the i.rrltur) unhrai.d linorh Asfembly 'lJir.'cV."
the s-imo eiilft.l on the tlrsl day of l"''r1;.,y- .XI.
ceptthul in the territory ,ii.hrji;id I'"."1' A"'"1 lt
fourlh Assembly ll.trl.'l fii.ro shall! ,'' ''.?.,-', ,D,
said Aidirinrii, uiiefrom the d;lrlct louiprlslng ibj
territory embraced llhln tho Twenty-third wsfdoi
th. tlty of New lork and, one from Ibe d .trlct em
braced lthlu the Tweut)fourth ward of said city, as
th. Edward, now xl.yl-SjTW01ET
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