A UW1T H. NICOLAY, AUCTIONEER? BUMN~?
JOl mow at auction.? The undenUiud deilrw to Inform
wMmh and the public that hereafter he will Mil at publto
auction also buatueiw paper In connection with W MM Of
otooks and bonds. ALBERT H. NICOLAY
Stock auctioneer and stock broker, Wo. 4 Bond aU
RBI AH H KULLBR WILL BELL AT AUOTIONON
Msaday, November 2S. 1887, at UK P M at the Mgr
a' Exchange. the following described stocks. rla
Louisiana fl's, 1883.
JOHN* w?DOTOT, Auditor of the Bute of Indiana.
A LPBRD BRAOO, AUCTIONEER? A BRAOO A CO.
JV will aell at auction on Tuesday, November 24, at 10>f
O cleok A. M..et store 33 Cortlandt strep!, five hundred caiea
of boots and shoes. To be aold without reserve. Also, oua
JLundrod cases of rubbers.
A UCTION NOTICE. ? J. BOO ART, AUCTIONEER? BY
jEL 8. BOO A RT, store No. 1 North William street.? Monday.
Wo*. S, at 10K o'clock, at 28 Fourth avenue, assignee's sMtl*
large stock ol cabinet furniture, consisting of covered raa
fcogaay sofas, lounges In damask and hair cloth, mahogany
tnairble top dressing hureana and waxhstands, mahogany
oaaesad Windsor chairs, mahogany rockers and easy chairs,
'toilet and work tables, mahogany hat stands, mahogany sofa
Bsd chair frames, unfinished upholstery ware, kc. Terms
cash In city funds. A deposit will be required from all
Auction nottoe.-j. boo art, auotionber-by
8. BOO ART, Monday, Nov. 23, at 10 o'clock, at :t#4 West
?street, mortgage sale? One engine and boiler, ono long shaft
.with pulleys, one nhort shaft with e og wheels, large oil mixer
with Iron plungers and fauoets, one large Iron vat, large tin
'Cans, four large wooden vats, an Iron Hare, desk, kc.
JOUN W. BOMEK1 NDYKK. Atty. forkortgagee.
Auction notice.-crockery, oi.ass, china and
faacy goods. J. H. II. B A RTLETT, auctioneer, will sell
'On Monday, Nov. 23, at 10 o'olock, at 281 Pearl street, the larg
est sad beat assortment of the above goods, (including a lot of
tarn from a retailer,) ever offered In this market. Sale with
out retterve, to close c on slgnuient.
1 UCTION NOTICE.? J. BOtJART, AUCTIONEER? BY
u\. B. BOO ART? Monday, November 23, at 2 o'clock. In
front of the auction rooms, corner of Frankfort and William
streets. Constable's sale, by virtue of v> execution, horse,
Wagon and harness, consisting of one large brown draft
horse, covered|grocrr'a or lager bier wagon, one set of heavy
wagon harness, nine kegs lager bier, Ac., Ac.
^ ISAAC JoNEfl, Constable.
Auction notice.? thos. bell, auctioneer ? by
BRLL k LEONARD ? Will sell ou Friday, 27th Inst., at
U o'clock, at the store 41 Fulton street, by order of the as
signee, the Block and fixtures of a glass business.
UCTION NOTICE. -WM. WILDE, AUCTIONEER.? BY
i BU8H k WlLDE.? Monday, at 10V, o'clock, at 12 North
.ftUiam atreet, valuable ?ale of furs, sleigh robes, mufflers,
victor lues, eapes, gloves, Ac. Also tailor's stock of overcoats.
paoU, vests, undershirta, Ac., boots and shoes, valuable gold
and silver watches, Ac.
^ WCTION NOTICE.
Peremptory aale of Clothing.
WILLIAM TOPPING A CO.,
WILL SBU. OH HUM VAT, NOVEMBER 23.
AT T?W O'CUWIt,
A larsro and desirable stock of
Ready made clothing, piece goods, tailor's trimming*,
Ac., Ac., including garments of every descriptions, and in
All new and seasonable) goods, .
All to be aold for cash,
Without reserve, by order of Ibn assignees.
Catalogues and goods early on morning of nale.
ABBIONKK-S sale of camdle fixtures. -wtll
be sold at public auction on Tuesday, the 1st day of De
cember next, at 1 o'clock P. M , at 410 Madison street, if not
previously disposed at private sale, the apparatus and fixtures
complete for the manufacture of 2,900 lbs. of adamantine and
BSlU candles per day, together with the lease of said pre
mises until the 1st of May next. By order of the assignee.
New Tom. Nov. 19, 1867
AflMONKK'K SALE OF CLOTHINO, Ac.
By A. M. CRISTALAR, auctioneer, 23 Bowery.
Tuesday, 24th Inst., at 10k o'clock.
Orer fire hundred garments of reaay made clothing, con
sisting In part of plush, silk velvet, snfln and cloth vest*, cas
alinere and doeskin panto, cloth and cassiiueretrock, sack. Rag
lan and overcoats, together with the usual assortment of
?hirta, drawers, handkerchiefs, cravats, overalls, trimmings,
remnants, oassimere, cloth, lining, Ac. Hy order of the as
ASBIGNKE 8AL1.-C. M. LETT. AUCTIONEER, 71
William street, wtll aell on Mon.lay next, them Inst.,
M 10X e'cloek. at 140K Bowery. all the atock of dry and fancy
goods, together with the furniture, fixtures ana two yours'
lease s t premises. By order of
M DENKKLSPIKL, Assignee.
Terms cash, city bill*. ISRAKL VLA.HN.
ABSIONEES' HALE OF A LARGE STOCK OF K.\Sf|
l on able ready make clothing.
By A. M. CRISTALAR, auctioneer,
on Monday, 23d Inst., at 10 o'clock.
At No. Ifltt Hudson atreet, consisting of
?loth, caaaimere and tweed frock, sack, dress, raglaag and
overcoats, fashionably made.
fi" and du?akin pants of the latest patterns.
Plnsh, silk, velvet, elolh and caasimere vests.
Together withcloth. caasimere, linings, trimmings, buttons.Ac.
Ac. By order of
ft. OUMPRECHT and 8. WELSINBKY, Assignees.
A8BIONRES' BALK OF LIQUORS, GROCERIES AND
By A. M. CRISTALAR, Auctioneer, 23 Bowery,
On Monday, ltd Inst., at lt)>? o'clock.
37 1-16 casks of Otard and Castllllan brandy.
IB M casks SnlgnetLe A Msrtell brandy.
A y oaaks Selgnette brandy, from bond.
14 Ja oaaks port and sherry wlues.
16 >4 oaaks Scotch. Irish and Morongahela whiskey. ?
17 V casks Jamaica and Santa Crux rum
IV >? casks Bourbon whiskey and Holland gin.
Pale a mi dark brandy, port, sherry and Madeira wine,
3 pipes Holland gin.
Groceries, comprising 40 boxes family and brown soap.
Sagars, teas. rice, flour. Indigo, pickles, catsup. Ac.
Also, Imported and domestic champagnes, together with
17 easea port w .ue,
46 eases old < ognac and Castilllan brand v,
69 cases HL .Hi Tien and other brands of clarets.
23 cases genuine ?au de vtecognsc hitters
10U.IMU imported Havana and domeauc segsrs, of favorite
By order of the assignees.
mXKCtJTOR'S 8 ALU? V AL1T A BLR RE AI? EfT ATK AT
fi private ul*. belonging to the eatate of (turret Vandtna,
MMuH UL A fawn of lit *cr -? situate on Long Island,
(Mr mile* froua W'lillunlnirf. on the Williamsburg turnpike.
Oft the farm arc two dwelling houaea and kit the nwiwury
Mtbuitdlaga The laud Ik conveniently divided Into tie I, la by
(ood alone fence*,!* under a high atata of cultivation and to
Dm baat order. The aame will be aold in four parcels, or
of 4AU aoree eltuate fronting tat the Jamalna
Slauk road. in the village of Jamaica On the same I* a good
welling boo**, barn, Ac., Ac., plenty of fruit, and the larm
la of the boat .putlny, Alan three piece* of meadow.
The above farma are the beat market and garden farm* mt
Loo a Ialand For further particular* Inquire of CORNR
LlUft VANPINR, 116 Reekman *treet, New York; or of
?AKTIN Hi; Y 1>AM and DANIEL HENHRIOKriON, Ewcu
lara, aear Ihe premises.
>W. IX US?
IJIDRABM Bf HENCE, AUCTIONEER- A8RIONEE8
Tj aale of elegant jewelry ? By R. A J. E SCHF.NCK, on
Tueaday, 24Ui tnat , at II o'clock, at their aalearoom. No. S3
Naaaau *treet,n atock of auperb Jewelry, enuWiai In part of
elegant gold pau nt and detached levera. In hunting au.l , ? n
caaea. by the moat celebrated maker*, splendid elusier and
single alone diamond pin*, earring*, ring*, atnd*. Ae . gold
rlnf*, hmochc* watch kejra, bracelets, aiuda, aleevo hultona,
anna variety or other Jewelry . also, jewellera' table*, office
deaka and a*fe* Every article will be positively *,>ld to the
highest bidder for ca?li, by order of the assignee
BDWAKP flCHRNCK. AUCTIONEER. -BT R A F H.
SCURNCK.? On Monday, Nov. Zl at 11 uVlock, A. ? .
aaalgnec'i aale of the balance atock of a baikmpt Broadway
Importing and jobbing bonne. Including the ba'nnce remain
U>| from aale of ad November Alao a large reserved atock
to boUlea, caaea. demlj' hn* nn I magnum*. Alao In eighth
MM quarter caika? rts. : old pale and dark club honae cog
mac brandy, In caaea and demijohn*, old Henneasy do , *nd
other fa? Ortte brand* 141 bottle* P II pal* *Vrry; da
golden Vme. .tin' d' Alpendtirada, gulden and brown do,
In caaea and demijohn*, a few doncn line old Maderta; do Via
count d'Alpenditrada; port*, aoverelgn d?. . old Holland gin.
(o flaaka. of monaatery bell brand, Smith's cream of the
valley London gin. l?ondon Jamaica rum, old plantation and
dominion Bourbon whl*key* <lient>ert'? Heotcb and Murphy
A ?>>.'* Irwh whlakey. champaitnc*. clareta. ho> k*. aardtne*.
Ar. Alao about tO,ftUO Havana *eg*r*. favorite brand* To
the purchaser* at the baat aale we would reapectfully *iy thai
the quality of good* offered are of the aame purity aud
ORRAT SAI.K AT AUCTION OK l,< M.iKIN>i OLARHRR,
engraving*, painting* Ar ? Kit II A KIM. KIV.SI.W1I
Alii will ac'l on Wrdnesdav November tl. at |oi, o clock,
at their *alcironm. lVt Chamber* street, their entire Block of
wler mantel and oval wlrr?ra, engraving*, painting* Ac, the
large* and beat aaaortment ever ?Ared to the public of
Vhetr own manufacture
HII IHH1K MSUSI.ANTV Auctioneer.
TTENKY II LRRDH A CO- A CrnoMRRftfl-OF ffc*
J1 No a Naman ?treet? Will ?ell at auction on Monday,
Mov. S. at 12 o'clock at No. IA William itreet. the leaae and
ftiturea, Including a large outside awning, of the Torn Ei
cktnge Reaiauranl, No. 15 William street, fitted up at a coal
of ?A.om, eonalotlng of oilcloth, caa future* regulator cbiek,
cooking rangea. and a full aupply of ntenatl*. bar and ? ma
iers, gla*a and ear'henware oysiej- bo?. marble bn. table*,
oak chair*. a full sunply of cutlery and allver, block tin
dmhea and cover* for hot meat*, handaome aegar case and
rosewood French plate gla*a *iove, lee boi, Ac . atock of
Wlnea, liquor*, ale*. Ac., pwirtM, and all *pr'< f .r
Immediate occupation and bn*lne*a. offering an unottial In
diieement to any peraon denriug a good pavftig bualncaa.
Term* at aale
~ DOBBIN, Al'CTIO N KK~r1 WII.I, SKM. ON
Ti.e*day, November M at I0>$o'cl<vk. al the rnaldence
of one of mir W?t artlata, a choice collee Hon of otl painting*,
now on etblbllion, to he aeen from 10 till 4 o'clock, wall
worthy the attention of ooaftoiaaeur* and other*, aoatbweat
Cornet "I Kit li avenue and F ? i ? . mm| ffm)
"fDHN I. * ANllEWATKR. Al t-TItlNEEK, Wil l, HEU,
tl on Tncaday. November J4, at It o'clock, at 4C7 Broadway,
?r>rner of Bn?.?ne atreet, at the warerooml^f N It P t'urtu*.
F.*.| , an I under hla direction a* agent, over one huftdrwl
richly carved ro*ewood planofortea. grand, *eml grand and
nquare, with ami without the celebrated dolce enmptn* a'
?aebment. I.eine the entire Hty *tork and manufacture of
JNe**r* Bo*rdm*n Oray A Co an . m?'raeiiig 'be late and
Celebrated corrugated Rounding board Improvement and the
pnnpendcd plale, rtVj, 6H and 7 ottavea Tb"*e planoa aland
varlvalled in point of manufacture, atyle and tone, every la
?trument having been made evpre?aly for private aale.' and
*re fiillv warranted and guaranteed. At the aame time will
be offered a few planoa of celebrated Beaton. Baltimore and
Few Vork manufacturer*, th" whole forming a rhoiee aaaort
Went of Aral elaa* piano* that can be depended upon In evry
particular A l*o. an aaaortment of melodenna- double bank
and other* Aluo. a line of rirh oil palnUnga, In giltlramea
? II of which were aelected With great care embracing land
neape* Interior, marine view*. Ac , by 1 1 rat tan. Ilardwlek
Ro* and oth r* Fvery lot wlil bepoalllvcly *1)1,1 Tbe piano
?ra now on elhihKioa. Thla *ale I* m?le to reduce *tock an l
r>B accoiiut 01 the gtrtngeney In Um money market. Term
fH~cr~nt)lTt.HTiiN, Al't'TIOXKER ? Tl'RsnAY. NOV
? U. at I0S o'clock. e*ten*lve *ale of *uperior cu*
lom ma>le furniture, being the entire manufactured atock o
roaewood, mahogany and oak parlor. rMnlng room and cham
her fin ?arer>H<m*M4aadtM Broadway
corner of liieer Vi r itroet, all of whl.-li will be sold In conae
qttencr of a change In hunlne**; article* can be eiamtpcd
flay before the *ale. every faeiUtv will be a Horded pnrrhaaer*
for boilng and ahlpping The stock consist* In p irt of ele
Shot rosewood parlor stills in rleb and faahlonable covering*;
Itlo ditto in m'Htlln, rich curved etegeroa. irmotir*, eeretj*
He*, muaic cabinet*, cucretoir' ?. centre, pier an I *ofa table*.
Mat oar y marble t..pa, aple-idid boudoir *el In crimson twtln.
Toltalre and Turk (all ea*v eb . -s. superior enameled eo'tage
Mil*, beautifully carved w *i?| and mahogany bedstead*,
riareana, wasbetand* Mid fomir -de*, mubogany *ofaa, arm
?"'?PArlor chair* ro>.m furnitnre. *1 leb.wr |?, eiten
ptontablea eh llr, aoAfc. n ? ?. pal
BWl * The atieuUon ?v' our friend* and the put 1 ? Is *o
lletied to th<* *ale: tb? atoelf t? one nt the l*rge*t In the etty,
"ggrr MUrta e? railed on a* being of the very beat
T'l^L VSITr? Altt'TTiiNRKR STORE I* HPRI't'R
g. ? "berliTa *ale of threa very large Jeweller * *afe*.
la o?2f L * IW7 at I# A M , at Uie salesroom. No
ll']?2r* 1 - i e..n*iaiin, of iiree very large jeweller *
??.?*, ?c , H I Herring A To maker*.
d AMES c, WUsUfTT. Hherifl.
lALBI AT AUOTIOW.
mHRBK VALUABLE FARMS IBM FIRGINI A AT AUO
JL Uon, am 9th Deoember? Na. 1 contains 26* acres, with
??luable grist and a? mill; No. 1 oontaina 400 a/n-e* heavily
ttmbared land; Mo. 3 contains 250 acrua wood and 900 cleared
land, In higfc ?tain of 4asprovemeot with brink dwelling and
all necessary oathousea. Stnawbonia run front Norfolk m
Tueaday, Thursday and SaXurday. u? Green's Wharf, Bast
river, W?llhevm ooaalj. Va., whloa la only ? few miles froaa
the laod. W. R. SMART.
WM WITTERS, AITCTIONKKR, WILL SELL ON MON
day, at two o'clock, at 454 Canal atreet, the entire gen
teel household furniture, Ac., of a family breaking up house
keeping? eleganl carpets, parlor furniture, Ac.; beds and
bedding, dining room and kitchen furniture, Ao., also oon
xtable'a sale oi rurnlturiv dry goods, Ao. Particular* to mor
row. Cash advances. Terms eaay.
4o7wuT WILL BUT A NEW TWO STORY BRICK
house, in the village of llackensaok, N. J.,
she 22i'J6 Teet, lot 60 feet front and rear by 108 feet deep,
with good well, cistern, fruit freea, An. Kor particulars ad
dress or apply to B. J. ROMAINE, Hackensack, N. J., or la
1). L. EDMONBTON, Hackenaack and New York Express.
<1*/C COA -TOR BALK, A THREE STORT ?RIO*
?TiOUU. house, No. 8 Bedford street, twenty twafaa}
front, with gas and Oroton water, first rate range and bath
tub ; rents for 1600 per yoar; f 1,000 cash. tl? balance on bond
and mortgage. Inquire Ot DOIMflt A VARIAN Ne. at
Bieecker street. ? ?
Al a f\rif\ ?A BEAUTIFUL FARM. 8ITUATRD
near Hyracuse, and V mile from a thriving
village and one at the best schools In tho State, Is offered in
exchango for New York or Brooklyn city property. Call or
address Owner, 18S Greenwich street, aecond floor.
? BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SEAT AT NEW ROOHELLB
far sale, at leas than hall Ita original cost, situated at the
junction of the Boston post road and Harrison street, lately
owned by J. B. Murrey; about tlvn acres sf beautiful laid out
garden, a splendid house, with water throughout, bath, waah
basons, water closet, ranges, heaters, marble mantels; house
all tilled (in with brick, a iiuo view of the Bound, about one
minute's walk from the railroad depot; every variety of f?ult
trees and shrubbery, a large barn and carriage house, two
good wells of water, with uurapa complete. Must be sold at
some price. Apply to G. FOUNT AN, 183 East Twentieth
A FINE LITTLE FARM OF FIFTY-FIVE ACRES, ON
a river twenty -four miles from New York per railroad,
good buildings, rich soil, shade and fruit treea; price 93,500.
Also, a nice Utile form of fifteen acres; SI. 100.
J. ROGERS, 60 Pine street.
Books wanted-in exchange for unimproved
lands in Pennsylvania, clear of incumbrance. Addresa
box 140 Post office, Philadelphia.
COUNTRY PLACE FOR HALE LOW? PLEASANTLY
situated on high ground, twenty miles from town by rail
road, three minutes' walk from the depot. Ijuid from ?wa to
fitly acres; good house, abundant outbuilding*, shads aad
fruit treea. Apply to K. MARTINI) AUS, M? BraUway,
third story, front.
"C10R SALE-AT A REDUCED PRICE, A VERY NICE
jl 1 hree story brick house, on a genteel street, between
Fourth and Madison avenues; house In tine order, modern
improvements, and possession at short notice.
E. B. K1N8H1MEE, 319 Fourth avenua.
F)R SALE? A FARM, IN NEW JERSEY. 34 MILKS
from New York, near the Summit Railroad depot, Morris
and Essex Railroad, containing 70 acres of land, 00 acres
cultivated, and 20 acres of nice wood; new house, barn, out
buildings. Apply to JOS. SC11MITT, 96 Chryatie atreet,
mom No. 19.
For sale cheap, to suit the times? several
of those splendid brown stone dwellings in the block of
thirty on the north side of Forty -aerenth street. They are re
Iileie with every modern improvement, and in the handsomest
ilock Ititbeclty. Also, several of the marble stoop houses
on Seventh avenue, between Forty lir.-it and Forty-second
?treel*. Will trade part cssh and part materials. Also, a plot
of ground on the north side ot Forty Wst atreet, between
Seventh nnd Rlghth avennes. Will build a lager beer saloon
or ball room or brewery to sun any rsaponalbie p:irty . Also,
a house and lot on Forty -firs' atreet, between Sevt nth md
Eighth avenues, fur W.lklO? one half cu*h. balance Mar rt
gage. Also, some houses to reat, chei|> Inquire >?f Mr
BULK LKY, ai his residence, No, 150 West Thirty mn'.h street,
or of his fi reman, at the houses on Fort) seventh strt et, be
tween Sixth and Seventh avenues.
1JH)B SALE? A LARGF. DAIRY FARM IN OSWEGO
J? county , consisting of 520 acres. About .luo acres clearcd;
stock tonsiMliig of 40 milch eow?t, 4 Itofec AM fOSBI atoek
Ahmt8 miles from rs'lroad depot, Kor further particulars
Inquire ul W. J. LKTKY, 40 Marion street
FOR FA^E.-A WtLI. BUILT THREE STORT RrTPg
house, 2U feet front high basement, Oiton w?!?' id
gas throughout, will be sold very cheap foi half cash urn.
i'U uioi ti;sKe. I.oealeil nil Tw ent v nth li s'reet, netti I'm h
avenue. Apply to M CH AMBERS, 116 Charlton street.
POK SALE, OR EXCHANGR F(iR GOOD CITY PRO
pert)?* beautiful eoiinlry nest, within "ne mile of the
depot at South Korwslk, Conn., consisting of fitly five acres
of highly cultivated land, with a substantial and convenient
house. <-'".riiiiiiiing sixteen rooms, with bsrn and alt the neceit
sary oui buddings, all in good repair. Tbis property is suit
sble for a family of respectability, and for a gentleman to
live in the country and do business m the city. The house and
grounds are in good taste, and Uicre is abundance of hoc fruit.
For further particulars apply to Mr. THOMPSON, No. 329
F~OR SALE OR EXCHANGE? IN MORRISANIA, TWO
houses and lots, one 78 by Sill and one 75 by 3M; also, a
lot 105 by 180. This property is as desirably located as any in
the town. SituaUon guaranteed perfectly he;. llhy, with good
water, fruit, hen houses, Ac. Will be sold cheap for rash, or
exchanged for dry goods, hsrdware, groceries, or other staple
goods, at fair prices. The owner wlsbes to sell, as he ts going
West. Address T. T., box 1,846 New York Post office.
Lots for sale-sj lots on tenth avrnuk;
also, on 106ih and 107 streeta, half the block between
Ninth and Tenth avenues, very cheap. Apply at or ad
dreaa 3U3 Mulberry street.
Real" estateIjr other valuable profkkty
wanted, In exchange for an established manufacturing
business, with all the machinery, tools, patterns and rights for
prosecuting the same; abut, a large stock of finished and un
finished goods Apply loHAMlJEL 1,. KIttKE. ZWItroadway
WANTED TO EXCHANGE, UNIMPROVED LANDS IN
Pennsylvania, for an Interest In a paylug business. Ad
dresa box 140 Philadelphia Post oMce.
aqpa ?for salr. THR KI.KOANT HROAR irrORR,
No Mti < I rand street. with lease, bum k and fix
tures. The location unsurpassed In New York. Apply on the
r/w\ corps or woon roR sai.k-thk subscri
l)u\ ' ber Us? 600 oords of the very best bean pine wood,
for sale, al mjr wharf, hnwrra Old Point and Newport Sewi,
where a vessel ran load In nine or ten bourn, drawing from
nine to ten feet of w?ler. W. 8. SMITH, Hampton, Va.
(IOAL TARO FOR HAI.R? THR STOCK, PIXTl'RRS
J and lease of a coal yard In Jersey City, well located and
doing a thriving business, to he sold low. Apply b> K.
H A.MKI.KN. JR., No. 90 Broadway, mom No #.
FOR 8AIJC-A DININO, OIWKR SALOON ANT)
lodging bonne, four year* lease. This la a chance lor a
businessman. Fixtures romplete lodgings and bar over
pays the rrnL Apply on tbe premises, *J0 and M Third
FOR S AT.K.-fl.OOO TO W.H00 WANTRI>, FOR A WKI.I.
established raah business. paying a handsome profit, In
one of the beat looaUona on Broadway The heat nl evidence
slid reference given. Addri'aa It. <1. R . Herald office.
FOR H A l.K OR KXl llANHR-FOR RAH. ROAD BONDS
or stocks, or good Illinois lands, nn old established bnsi
tiess In the fancy hardware and .porting line, In one of thu
heal Hianda in Uie ally. Value about fj.OW. Address hul
4,100 I'oat offloe.
POR 8AI.E?A HANDSOME SI'IT OF PARLOR FUR
niiur<', covered In allk plush. containing nine pieces.
WouM take In exchange a aet of furafor a lady, cape, muff
and wrlalleW. Address Barter, box 1 40 Herald office.
OtK<>ICR'N SKWIN'i) MACHINE. TO RE HOl.D AT A
dkra? Jt w;-"" Z' lhr ''an he.,;" f* ,w*
TO AMBRoTYPE. PHOTOGRAPH AND DAGURRREAK
artists.? < ?'AH) will ptirchaae a (alien with good aky light,
and all the convenience suitable for the business. no oppo
altion. will nay a good artlM $1 m?) a ynar. Satisfactory rea
sons git en for selling and all psriicuUra given on applying at
the Post matter al Orange, N. J . tie by letter to AmlirutyplM,
for one week.
7 OCTAVE PIANO* FOR $174. $1*4 AND SJ?l LADD
pianos a< coat for caah. Plain* and mel.wlM.mn to rent al
prirca te suit the times.
' Jl'DSON A MT'NUKR, 7 22 Broadw >y.
2ff PIANOFORTES A NO t MEI.ODKONS TO l.ET-AT
t) $2 Ml. SA. 40. $i and ??'. a month, i>r for aale. very
cheap for cash Muaie laughi in a few leaaotia, anil pUnoe
tuned by Prof. DVMSDAY. 22f> Urand street, near Bowery.
AMAONIFICENT FOl'R ROl'ND OORNERKD CARVED
U roar wood piano and stool for aale. In Brooklvn.? Fnll
7 octave, richly carved legs. wllh fruit and grapea. grand
diagonal bar. arch brace, rich brilliant tone, made hjr relebrat
ed makers, and warranted for two years from July last, and
la nearly new, and cost$4Ao. price #17 V the pianola a gem,
snd Is mncnMcently inlaftl with pearl, wtth scolloped keys,
and fluted all r<oin<i. N B ?To a raah customer It will he
made an object Apply si No. 70 Washington street, near
Front, Brooklyn, three minutes' walk from the FulUm or
(Catherine ferry, from 7 A. M to 8 P * , for three days.
AFAMII.Y HAYING RUT WITH I.OS8RS IN CONSE
qnence of the late financial revulsion, would sell a magtn
fieent 7>* Odave r?a?ewood pianoforte, finished both hsck and
front silke with scolloped (our round corners, srilatic carved
lega, richly and superbly flnlahed In every respect , In power
and lone equal to a grand , makera of the highest celebrity In
Ibis cltv. made to order eipresaly and cost fgtn and will sell
It for with maker'a warranW for iwo years from two
months ago. Csn be seen at southeast corner of Fifth
Avenne and Thirty seventh street, cottage bmi*e from
AM. till (?H P M till Thur?tay N H -Will Im boied If
necessary . and It will be made an object to an immediate
caeh pnrchaeer. a
Am FAMfl.Y IN WANT OF *ONFT, ABOPT MOVINO,
will sell ihelr piano, music and nlano stool fot half c.vat
Heven octave, rosewood c?#e. carved legs, and inlaid with
ucarl and gold, perfectly new. nilondld tone. Call at ljt>
Virst avenue, between Ninth and Tenth slreeu
/"?RKATKST CHANt'R ? RAWNIFK'KNT liRANO I>I
ix agonal 7 octave rosewood plnno. made hy one of the best
mshers and warranted In pr-rfeel order, been nsed a few
months, cost |A00, will be gold for |M. Can be seen al No.
I?l Ninth street.
LA. BENJAMIN WIM. OPFN A SINtJtNO (M1HOOL
? on Tuesday evening nc?t, at 8 o'clock, at bis rooms M
Rowery, II SO for gentlemen, $1 for ladles Also private and
class Instruction at all hours oti the piano, violin, flute, gutiar,
MUSH 'A!..? AN AI.TO AND BAJW fUNMKR, OF HOMR
years' city experience, are desirous of meeting with an
immediate engagement in a rholr, ellher together or sepa
rately. Address B , box .1,1116 Mew York Pi ?si office
?WTSTC AT RAI.P PRICK AT WATERS', WO. ttl
Jvl Broadway - Plsnos snd Vnlodeonsat lower prices I baa
ever before offered in this market. Pianos and mehvleons lo
rent, snd rent allowed on purchase. For sale on monthly
PANi* FROM TIIK MANUFACTORY OF PT.KVFTS
KrraH, Hctrlr A Co , will slwavs he found for hire or for
a lie In the ? areroor.is of I. .1. I'WMTiMBFI. 7*irt Hroa lway
A II those planoa are expeetslv man ifaetnred for exporiaUo*,
and are tu?r*nt?ed by Mr uearumbea.
V I.RCTURR. BT THR MOBT RRT. ARCHBISHOP
Hl tlHIW fwill be delivered In A, James' Church,
Jsmea street, for the benefit of Si Jam*. Free Rrhool So
ctety, on Nutvlay evening, Nov. H, In commence at seven
o'clock Huhjeet The Kdneallon of the Cat bQlie Youth
Ticket* fifty centa. Can h" had from the aevtoi* of the differ
ent Catholic chnrchea also at the Catholic boo* stores and at
Uie doors of the church qu the evmiug of ih^i.ecture.
OBBBMWH7H 8TBBBT? TO LKT. NKXT CORN KB
Uej st- suit Merchants' Exchange llank, I (tort and
" fur wholesale shees, dry
d since built, six years
Inqnw* on thr premises
but'iuMil; l?e best luoatlon la the city fu
goods or hardware, has l>M occupied
since, by a wholesale Am boom Inqt
ACOTTAOB TO UCT, WITH FOUB LOTH OF (i BOUND
and atab'e attaohed. Kw particulars inquire of CASPER
KITTKK, 330 Oreecwlch, between Dusne ami Jay streets. j
A PRIVATE FAMILY WANT TO RKNT FOB THE
XI winter a flrat plana bouse, completely and nicely fur
iilshed, situated between Ktghth and ff wnnty -second streets
and Foorth tutd Sixth avenues. The advert iiila willing to
pay a liberal rent for a holla* auiiable In every reaped. Ad
dress box 79B l'oat office.
APARTMENTS TO LKT? FUR NISnRD, WITH KVERY
requisite for comfort constating of two hedrooms,
kitchen, pantry and other conveniences, with nan of parlor.
Apply at 49 Vandam street, near Varick. Terms moderate.
* SMALL, NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT
J\ containing mi raomi. Kent $60 per month. Inquire at
6H Sullivan street, N. Y
CABAL STREET? STORE TO LET FROM NOW TTLL
the let of May, on one of the beat biooka In the street,
well Butted lor selling uil a alock ot dry goods, fancy good*
?r millinery. Apply to RICHARD OREKN, 975 Caual. ear
ner of Laurens alreet.
EURNISHKD HOUSE.? TO LET, FROM FIRST DEOEM
ber, a handaone furnished house, with piano, at 27 Wood
1 alreet, Brooklyn. Rent $60 a month payable U advance.
Apply at the bouae or to Mr. 11 AYK8, Herald office.
FURNI8HKD ROOMS TO I.RT-AT RKDUCKD PRICES,
to a small family of grown persona, tired of boarding;
this would offer a favorable opportunity to keephou*e;imme
diate possession may b? had. Apply at 123 West Twenty
fourth street, near .Seventh avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LKT? WITHOUT HOARD,
second atory front and third story back, to two gentlemen
willing to room together. Uood references required. Inquire
at 396 Broad way.
GIRRAT RKDUOTION in rrnt.? thb whole or
r part of the three story and high basement house, No. 66
Fortieth street, between Fourth and Islington avenues, with
all the modern improvement* except hot air; with chande
llers, can fixtures, olloloth on hall and stairs. Rent for the
whole, $40 per month. Inquire of JAMES UOG AN, 13# West
street, corner of Vesey.
HOUSE TO LKT. -THB FIRST CLASS BEAUTIFULLY
located brown stone front house No 334 Henry street,
Brooklyn, will he let from now until the first of May next to a
reliable tenant for $260. if applied for Immediately. Inquire
of Mr. JOHN K. IIOKA, 139 Fulton street. Now York, up
OFFICES TO LRT? T'NDRR BANK OF COMMERCE,
varying from $100 to $300. Apply at 75 Cedar street
(No. 3, basement). Bank of Commerce building. ^
ROOM TO LET? WITHOUT BOARD, DOWN TOWN, TO
a single gentleman. Family private and American.
Term* reasonable. References given and required. Inquire
at No. 14 Howard street, second door from Kim street.
Rent $400 prb annum.? a neat three story
brick house, with gas and Oroton, in West Thirtieth
street; also a store aud room in avenue C. Apply at 143
Ninth street, before 9 or after 6, or 21* Water street, from
10 to 4. j
rLKT-A DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED HOUSB IN !
South Brooklyn, furnished or unfurnished. It is rery
pleasant and comfortable, is neatly furnished; has been ocou
pied by a genteel family, and can be had for $300 until May,
and longer if desired at the same rate. Inquire at No. 8 Se
cond place. Smith Brooklyn.
TO LKT? TUK MAGNIFICENT STORK AND OKLI.AR
67 Catharine street, well adapted for a '.ea andcofTee store;
has been used as such for the last five vears, a MM
stand for a dry goods house, the store and cellar are 80 feet
deep, for which a lease will be given. Apply to E. k A.
MARTIN, 73 Catharine street.
r LET? THE SECOND FLOOR AND FRONT BASK -
ment of house 2!* King street, oonsisttng of sli rooms,
with i,-?* aiul Crotoa water. Inqninof henry iiawkky,
rear i 131 King street or of A Raymond, M Chatham street.
Tot kt-twocotta<;k.s. at yonkkrs, rent from
April Is1 one *1 $300. .ai'1 the other at $700 per annum. a
uuiuiii 1 reut for this winter w.-uid secure, either of them.
Arply 'jetwetn 10 aud 12 o'clock, to 8. B. HUTOHlNtiS. 36
John si reel.
TO LIT ? THE TllREKSrORV AND BASFMKNT BRICK
house No. 71 l'^aa street, Brooklyn, reut low to a io>od
tenant, ti'.l 1:1 ot May next, Two years lease givon II desired.
Address !..?* $N Fo il office.
TO LKT? PARTIALLY FURNISHED. A BROWN STONE
front-house, in West Twenty seventh street, near Sixth
avenue, < on twining al! 'lie ni<?t< rn Improvements. Inquire of
> HI.ANciiET, No. 290 Sixth avenue, before 10 A. M. or
kl.tr 4 P. M
TO I,ET-TW< > VERY DESIRABLE COTTAOK HOUSB ON
Illth street, lutwren Third and Fourth avenues, contain
ing eight rooms and flue yard. Facilities good for getting
down town. Rent $100 Apply at 22} Fulton street, In the
basement, or on the premises. Possession given immediately.
mo LET? THE FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT OF 119
.1 Waverley place, constating of four handsome rooms Rent
$200 until the 1st of Msy. References exchanged.
TO LET? THE THRKE STORY DWELLING? OR CAN
be converted luto a store? lit new Canal street. Im
mediate possession given. Apply at 214 Eust Broadway.
mo LKT IN BROOKLYN, HENRY STRKRT, NO. 370,
X near three ferries ? One modern built brown stone house. ]
Kent low to a good tenant. Inquire of H. M. SILVERMAN,
19o William street.
TO LKT? THB STORK AND DWKLLINO NO 11'. NINTH
avenue, in perfect order, and furnished Willi gas and Cro
ton fixtures. Rent low to a good tenant. Apply to I>. A.
CUS11MAN, Ninth avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty
first streets, oi at 75 Cedar street tNo. 3 basemeut), Bank of
TO LKT? TTIK ('ITER PART AND FRONT BASEMENT
of house tip Esst Nineteenth street. Kent low. inquire
of A N rANNlNti, 209 Bowery, 8t<> II A. M.
Tl LKT- IN JERSEY CITY. A THREE STORY AND
bsfement briek house with all modern Improvement*. No.
144 tirove street nesr York Immrdtst* i>o?sa*si >n can he
bad. Apply to. I MCLAUGHLIN, corner of Orovn and York
streets, Jersey City. _____
TO I.KT-TO A HMAU. FAJOT.Y. A F INE FRONT PAR
lor, hark kitchen, and, If required, a lust room Apply mi
the premises, S78 (Iran i street, near Norfolk.
rrn mct? thk housr no. i? uiieenk street.
1 Dfur Canal. suitable for an English <bip house. contain
lag gaa futures. Ac Raqaire nf P. J. IIEKTINE. Wlfm
Twenty fuur.h street, from 8 to '.I A. M , and 4 to J I* R.
mo I.KT-THR THREE NKWTIIRKE STORY AND ATTIC
1 brown a'one fron' houses on Weil Twentieth street, north
Mde, rant of Ninth avenue, Htplctc with every Imprnf mi<nt
and convenience that can he dcsiri d. Apply to I> A. OWH
M4N, Ninth avenue. between Twentieth ant Twenty Brut
streets, or at 76 t'odat street, (No. 3 baaeiueul.) Hank of OMB
mo l.KT OR I.KASK- A NEW RKDURKIXE llOl'SK,
I nmr t'ntnn park : rent ???> The house la newly and
elegaa'ly fnrnlahrd, fifhwitien suite; la in eomplete or
der . ha* i lium, glaxa. Uneu. anil everything for Immediate
i*Tupanry. fuwHtlt Banal be purchased : will be sold ai a
cri ?t sacrifice, nnd on liberal term". Prior $2,300 Would ho
i' xchanged for good securities. Address 0. T. O., Union
aqnarc Post "Hire.
TO LRT? HOUSE 1.14 THIRTY FOURTH STREKT, HE
twreu Seveti'h ami Eighth avenues, i* frescoed, and a
good location. Ainu, bouse 220 Thirty flft h Street, near Eighth
avenue; furniture for wile If desired. Apply to the owner,
fll Tmrly (if ih itreet, or Ut BENEDICT A DMT, corner of
Nassau and Pine atrreta.
TO LET? Oil RAP APARTMENT".' TO RRHPKCTARI.K
small families, in bouse No i Broadway. 77 Worth street
and lift Ktmklln strret, near West Broadway? all resf?*?a
blr houses. Apply at Mo. 9 Broadway, ?r at ID State street,
near ifce Battery.
rf.RT -THE HOUSE i<* BROADWAY ; IMMEDIATE
l>s?<s?ton given A lao the store SUB Bowery to let Ap
ply In the store 3UB Bowery. E. MARCT.
mo I.ET-THE CONVENIENT TWO STORY BRI.Tt
1 dwelling bonne. No. Broome atreet . both ga? and
Crotou water , In a small fam'ly. Modem* rent Apply to
?HRKfl BUM* No. ? Wall atreet
10 I JTT? THE STORE AN1? DWRIXINO (FOUR STORY)
141 Ninth avenue. corner Weal Twentieth atreet, furniah
cdwl'hestrv convemen e that can be deal red. Apply to
I'lfHllAX. Ninth avenae. between Twentieth and
Twen'y ii" atreets, or at 76 Cedar street, (No. 3 baaeaent.)
It A rlMUilAN. Ninth avenue, between TwentM
Tweaty-dM ?ireets, or a: ~b(
I Bank of Commerce Building.
TO I.ET -*?0 RENT EACH -FOR TWO THREE STORY
hull basement houses, centrally located oo Tw.-ntv ?ev
cn'h street Also two atoree In the beat hnstnees pait of the
Slith avenue. Will be leased for the term of 3 or * rears.
Apply In JJ POND, 1H> Broadway. <nre?.
rpilK MAGNIFICENT STORE ?<1 EKJ1ITH AVENUE TO
1 let? Till spring, or on leaae, well fitted ap. ftt'are* for
aale cheap, caa thrives and conntera complete. WU1 be lei
at a moderate rate U> an enterprising tenant.
IIOl'RKR, UOOMR, WAW1D.
AMAIf AND WIKEARE DESIROUS OF ORTTTRO AN
unoccupied houae to tatnd until the aame would he le?
Those having au>'h will bear -d a amiable party by addreaalng
Industry, boi IA6 Herald oOkce. for three days. Highly re
apeclable reference can be given.
Furnished tiousk wantrd-for a hmau. pri
rate family, will have the beat of rare taken, am all
sued houae. well furnished. If sold cheap the farnlture
might he pitrchaaad Addreaa boi 2.341 l'oet offl. e
UL^ANTRD? FURNIRnRD PARU)R TWO HEDROOMS
V V and kitchen waated la a respectable location. Ternaa
not to eteccd S2n per month Addreaa Stork, llerald o?ce.
TtTANTED-BT A SRAU, FAMII.Y. AN UNFURNISHED
vv honae, tn gooil location In South H<v?>klfn. between
Hleka and Smith streets, must be In first rate orler, want
the privilege of a.>nie yean Inaat ? I ? reneea If re
quired, rent act to ciceed $40(1. Adlrcsa 11. F., llerald
ofBce. with fnll particulars
WANTED TO RENT? THR SECOND FI-OOR OF A
house In a respectable locality, with wmvenienees for
? family of uiree persons, water. g*a, Ac. Referenrea given
an. I required Rent moderate. Address stating particulars,
Russell. Herald olBce.
W? A NTED TO PURCHASE A 0OOD EN'IINE A\D
Yf boilers complete, of twenty five horse power, for wht^h
a fair price will he i>atd Apply Immediately to WM
MitPlnWH at No. 5 William street, <>i address bra 2.MK Post
WANTRD-A MAM, FURNISHED OR TTNFURNISH
ed house until 1st May, somewhere between Ninth and
Twenty fifth atreeta and Third and Sltth avenues, for a small
genteel family The rent mnst be low Address boi 46 Post
nfllce All the rent will be pant in advance if required.
Hudson riyrr raii, road -express trairi
for Albanv and Troy, stopping at principal stations, <*)??
netting with Western an4 Northern trains leave ' 'ham baft
street depot all and 11 JO A. M and 6 P m . .
A. F. SMITH. Sapertnteadewl
NEW YORK ARI> RARI.RV RAI1.ROAD ? SUMlfWB
arrangement eoaaaaenclng Jnne.V 1?7 ? Traina MMV
depot rrtyner nf Watte and t entre streesa ?
9 311 A. ?!? -Rlpreas mail train for Albany, su>ppl*g at as
?Utlcn ? n^rth af WHllamehrldfe
(16 F. ?? White f Ulna train, atopplag at all^attona.
Uifl TWawTT suva svaaav siavios -
t-46 A. II ? Wllllamsbridge train, atopplng a tall stattntta.
II A. ' Wllllamahrldfe train, stopping stall atatlsaa
11. VIA ?.-?WHle PlalnaTrala. slopping stall sUtWma.
t 3D P R -WRltamabrMfa train, aiopplng at all a sMtma
4flOF I- Rlliertontlrate. stopping at all slatloaa
Run P R -t'roton Falls train, stopping at all ?*all<ma
gflOP M.- Wllllaaaabrldge train, stopping at all statlona.
Grkat beductiom or riii to eveotb.
Ftrat cabas Hi
BmmuI oabai I
In the Ant class pvlJie >M '?a>utl* AKIIfll*, 2.QW *f
K. I>. Lndiow, onnnsader, ip< MOBTlf ST AR, ISOBtoes. P
E. Lefevre, commander, to sa'l from pier Ifo. S, NortA river ?
at noon precisely, r*rr)r*i* the United I)UIM null, vim.:?
UiTI Raw Tout rOB
WdTHiamK. mm hiiu MB aomiAMrfO*
a.id saaasa. aivnuirTM. roa aaw tua*.
North Pilar ? I Saturday, Nov. XI Wod'y, Dec. I
Ariel, Saturday, Not 9 | Saturday, Dee. 18 I Wed'y, Deo 90
These steamships u?uch at Havre Specie delivered la !<??
don and Parti For passage or freight apply te D. TOB
KANCK. agent. Mo. 6 Bowline Green, Mew York.
nrUlK BRITISH NORTH AMKKICAM BO T All MAJJL
_ , ? "">? ??* TOBK to uvaarooot.
(%lef cabin passage |W
Second cabin passage 7t
_ raoa aosvoa to uvaim.
Chief cabia paaaage |IU
Second cabin paaaage M
The ships from Itimton call at Haltfai.
PERSIA, Capt. Judklna.
ARABIA, Csj>t J. Stone.
ASIA, Capt K O. IsHt
AFRICA, Capt. Hhannon.
CANADA. Capt Laeg.
AMKIUCA, Capt. Wickaaaa.
NIAGARA. Capt Ryrin.
, , HU KWA, (Vpt J. Leitch.
These vessels carry a clear white light at msslhead, groaa
JS.Sfrf'oerd b?w; r?d on port bow.
leave* N. York, Wedneeday, Nor. It.
?P.A,?'J*ng' " Ronton, Wednesday, Ear. 18.
,??o'.^Sev " N. York, Wednesday, Nov. Si.
NI A (? AK A, WUkman, '* Boaton, Wednesday, i>eo. X.
AEBIOA, Shannon, " M. Tork, Wednesday, Deo. ?.
????!' " Boston, Wednesday, Deo. 14.
KXLK2FK' . " N. Tort, Wedaaeday, Deo. S.
Bertha not secured until paid for.
An experienced surgeon oa board.
The owners of the t?e ahip* will not be aoooaa table far geld,
?'Ivor, bullion, specie, Jewelry, precious atonea or metala,
unless bllU of lading are niniM therefor, and the value there
of tharela expressed. For freight or passage apply to
B. CBNABD, No. 4 Bowling Green.
IOR LIVERPOOL ,-THE UNITED STATUS MAIL
steamship ATLANTIC, O. Kldridge commander, will
depart with the Lulled States mails lor Kurope positively on
Saturday, December 6, at 12 o'clock, M., from ner berth at the
foot of Canal street.
For freight or passage, havitiK unequalled accommodations
for elegance and comfort, apply to
HOWARD K. COLLINS, 56 Wall street.
Passengers will please be on board at 11 o'clook A M
All letters must puss through tho Post office; any others will
Notice ? The steamers of this line have Improved witter
The BALTIC, J. J. Comstock, will succeed the Atlantic, and
sail on the 19th of December.
No expense has been spared to make the atWMNM of this
line in all respects aa good as new, and the thorough exami
nation given them proves their mode of structure yot un
N. B ? Hereafter the regular built ships for thia line will
perform ihe entire service.
THE LIVKBPOOL, NKW TORK AND PHILADELPHIA
Steamship Company's Clyde built Iron srrew steamships.
City of BaTtlmere 2.307 tons, Captain B. Leitch.
City of Washington 2,.V*> " Captain P. C. Petrie.
City of Manchester 2,109 " Captain J. Kennedy.
Kangaroo I.H74 " Captain Jeffrey.
The uudernoted or other vessels are intended to sail as fol
CTTT OF WASHINGTON, Wednesday, Nor. 4, and ovary
rBOM NEW TORS.
CTTT OF WARHINUTON, Thursday, Nov. 35, and every
alternate Thursday, at 12 o'clock, noon.
Kates of cabin passage From New York and Philadel
phia, 975. From Liverpool, 21 guineas, 17 guineas and IS
gulness, according to th? accommodation In toe state rooms,
all having the same privilege in the saloon ;lnoludlng steward's
Third class passenger*.? A limited number of third class
passengers will be taken, ami found in as much provisions as
required. From Philadelphia and New York, 930. From
These steamers are constructed with Improved waier tight
compartments. Kash vessel carries an experienced surgeon.
anTt every attention paid to the comfort and accommodation of
Drafts on IJverpool from ?1 upwards.
For freight or parage apply at the office of the company.
JOHN O. DALE, 15 Broadway. New Tork agent,
or WM. IN MAN, 1 ami IS Tower Buildings, Liverpool agent
STEAM BETWEEN MEW YQRK AND GLASGOW.?
KDINRUKG, 2, 5U0 tons, William Cumming, commaader;
BEW YORK, 1160 tou.i. Robert t'raig, sommauder; til. AS
UoW. 1.962 tons, .Mm Duncan, commander. The Glasgow
and New York steamship Company lutoud sailing thes* Dew
and powerful steamers from Iftw York 10 Glasgow dtreot, as
noi dew toh. r*o? iumow.
Clasgow, Wednesday, Mov. 25. 12 noon. Edinburg, Dee. X
Eduihnrg, Wednesday, Dec. SO, 12 noon. Glasgow, Dee. 19.
katrs or r AS* AC ic.
First cabin, 976: Ihtrd slsss, found with eooked provisions,
9.10. An experienced sui on attached to each steamer.
For freight or paasa api v toJAMKS RAERURN. agent,
17 Broadway. New >rk city Oilla or gold only received for
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE? THE 1'NITED
States mail steamer FULTON. J. A. Wotton, comman
der, will leave for Havre. tonching at 8outhampU>n to land
the malls and paMtongers, on Saturday, Dec. 12, at 12 o'clock,
from pier X North river, foot of Reacn street. Price of pas
sage ? ti rut cabin 9190; second cabtn, 975. This ship lias live
water tight compartmentaenclosing the engines, so that in the
event of a collision or stranding the water could not reach
th' in ami the pttmp* belntt free to work the safety of the ve?
eel and passengers would lie secured. Baggage not wanted
during tne voyage should be sent on board toe day before
sailing, marked^below." F ir freight or passage apply to
W S. DRAYTON, agent No. 7 Broadway N. B ? The
steamer Arago will succeed the Fulton and sail January 9.
OR LIVKBPOOL? THE MAGNIFICENT PACKET
_ ship UMDEBWKITKB, Capt R.?herU, will positively
sail at llo'uloek to morrow. For passage, having tineonalled
ac<omm"datlon? for all classes ofjaasengers, apply on board,
pier 28 Kast river, or to P. M. PEMARKHT. 40 Houth street
FOR LIVERPOOL-FIRST PACKET ? SATI.S TO MOR
row. ? The favorite packet ship JACOB A. WKSTKR
VKLT, 2,000 tons, Austin, master, will positively sail to-mor
row. Room for a few more paseengers K?rlj ttpplicatlon
Is necessary on board pier Ti Kast river, or to W1I.L1AMSA
til ION. 40" Fulton sneet
OTICE.-FOR LI VKRPOOL ? HAII-S ON MONDAY,
2W Inst., at II o'rlock, the celebrated clipper ship RMK
H ALD. Capt Cook, (now In Ihe stream ) For passage In ca
bin, second cabin and steerage apply to TAPMC'OTT A CO.,
86 south street. ?
STEAM~TO LITER POOL FOR ?*) -THK STICAMSHIP
CITY OF WABHINOTON, Capt I'etrle, sails on Thora
dav, Ihe Jlttb of NoTcmber. Fare, in oabln 975, steerage. 9*),
Including cooked orortslona. For passage to or from Llver
Including cooked provisions. For passage toorri
p?sil apply to It. J. CtlBTIH A CO., 177 Broa.lway.
OK MKI.HOrRNE. AUBTK 4LIA-K ANd A ROO LINE
?Only olipper on the berth, and positively first ship te
sail. The splendid A 1 extreme clipper ship RKINIIARD.
Tiinmermanu. master, will be desustehed promptly on hsr
appiMDied day, Saturday. Nov 2H. haa two disengaged state
rooms in first cabin, and can accommodate a few more second
cabin passengers in the elegant saloon on deck Rarly ap
pllcants will be taken low For terms of freight or passage
ai'plv on board, at pier 10, Kast river, or to MAiLLEK, LORD
A til KRKAU, 1?T WaU street, or GOODBVB, ARKELL A
ELLIOT, 106 Pearl street
Australia pionrrr Lira, rrtabllshed um.
Carry in* the Cultad Iktlx mail
Balling poaltively oo the day advertiaod
From Plar 1] lui rivar,
The A 1 clipper akip
JOHN LA NOR, \.W) i>na refli'er,
I* now loading and will be deapairbed Air Melbrnirae, No
ifmliir * Thta ahip tuu a lone puot aahia nod eommmlloiio
?tat* runmi, ami the arrangement* R>r light, ?*uulati"n aad
?lr*nllne*a are anch a* MMl MlM| anal In Uie belweea
deck a of a two deck ahlp, peraona who ha re already omaeed
the Atlantic will apprerlate Oil*. The rata* of itaaaage araUM
mtmi' aa charged by Balnea M Co. 'a Black Hall line fninvJJTar
pool, and arc aa law a* ran ba afforded ronalatent with the r?
qtilremrota of paaeengera. Tha prortaiuna are, aa heretofore,
of lite rerv beat quality.
Tbr new and aplenlld A 1 flipper ahlp
GENERAL CUSHINO, 7UU um? regfi Her.
Benjamin P Dow. ra?il?r,
Will haee Immediate despatch for Hvdney direct; haa room
for five Prat raldn p??a?ngera, and almrda a aoat favorable
opportunity for ahippera
for freight or paeeage aoplr ob board, or to
R W\ CASFKoN, Mo 6 Bowling Urecn.
HlgMblllaforaale an I raab adraneea made on oonrignmeota
rnnatgncee In Auatralia, Wtlklneoa, Broe A ')o.
Sl'TT0H~i~00~S*DIWPATCIflLira FOR HA.V PR
I cleeo? To aall poalUvrlv im or l*-lore thr 'lay advertlaed.
Clipper nf Thnradav. H*h n,1 rr Th. raa?ni*?->-nt :lr?t
claai rllpper ahir \ IK !><? Wln?on maeter t* ri?nring her
cargo at pier 10 Paet river, and will poeltlrMy aall aa a bore.
Thla eplendid rltpprr ha a made bnt two naaaagea to Man Pran
? iero. performing the aame in 114 aud IJi.Uya Special No
Ure.? e hi, pert having engagement* will plraae complete tbe
aame aa early aa iwaelMr, and hand In their btlla 'f lading f-ir
algnaturc, aa on freight will he taken after the day adver 7ae4.
BUTTON A Co , SB Boath at, comer of Wall.
ilfik HAVANA A K I>~N P W nuTTr A NB.^TU v7 UNTTKD
f utate* mall a'^tamahlp BLACK WARRIOR, J. W Hmiih,
( "inmas'l'i, will i '-mmenco receiving freight oo Tuealar,
Hot 34 and aall for the above rx*U on Friday. Nev. 17, at 11
o'rloek predeely, from pier foot of Robtneoa etreet. It. R.
. u P_*
I[V?IR CHARI.KBTO* .FLORIDA AM1 V KM PIUS I ksv
?United Hlai'a Mall Side Wheel Ht..iro?hl| I J Be ?The
apjeadtd ateemaklp MARION. W.J. Piawer, C.imrruader. will
leave pier t.>. 4 H<- tb rtrer on Haturday N.r? *, at Jo'cl-x k
P. *. preeiaelf. Por freight apply on board, where all hllla
Of hMlHil will be (Ijafd. and Tit uaeaafe, al the offl-e id
fV"Vf(iRI>, TII.fyTo!* .* ('?)., rfllrwIw^T Tbe marnl
rteent and eery fha< roln* (teamablp K AHRTILLR. L M.
Murroy. Commander, will "'treeed. and leave on Sat ur lay,
Dee ft. The farorite ateamera Careljna and Krenilaile make
renular irlpato Plsiida, oeiineeung with the at?-amera from
New York, aud tearing CbarleeUm every Tuewlay. TV ugh
li. ketato 'f-keonville, $S|. to Ptlatka. $n TV'?igh tlokcto
to Mi iri'hia, Tenn . may be had bj ipflvlac ?a above.
Notii * ?Tbe Wedneaday ateamera of ihla line have been
withdrawn for the preeent
I OR PORTRROUT*, PITtRflBURa AND RirilHORD.
The UaMad Ovatee mail aleemabtp RoaNoKR. Caeaata
?maa Bklaaar. will leave oa Wedaeedav, JMt laat . at I
o'rloek f. ? . fn>? pier IS Nortk river. .4be wUl arrive at
Cr'amoaih Ute aeit afleraooa aad at Peterebarg ike follow
ni'iralfiR. Paeaangera for the Heath wUl pmeeoi lireetly
on by the great Reatkorn mall llna Tboee for Rlehtaond wtB
arrive there early oa Pridey m ornlag Trovellere will And
thla the ehoaoeot. pleaaanutet and mnet avpedtttona voita.
Paaaage and <ara. with atate room, to Norfolk. H. to Peter*,
burg and Rlehmond. 910. Apply to LUDLAH A PI.RA
BANTU. No m Broadway.
rOR OATARRAH AND PI/tRIDA THR BTRAKBHTP
| AIHI 8TA, M. 8. Woodb i. will leave en Hatonlay
November V. al te'eloek P. M? from im flo. 4 North rtvere
Bill* of laillng algned only oo (Mrird For freight or paaaage
apply to filUlL L HiTCfflft. 13 Bnaadway. Hte-imer,
for Plorlda eeataeel with Rm ?Rnve, (earing fi* flavaanah
every Monday. Wedaeedaf and Friday
CTKAkTBOAT lOLAffroCIIARTRR OR FOR *At.R~ON
O the mi at reaennatile terra a M iivh ey Under t feet
atroke, I'jnfeel lenf fl feel beam, boiler five moathanld,
good i-ablne below tierR; fn good running order Apply to
BTKI'HKN RtlHKRTB, a hip aaink akn|>. .* t Month aireet
d>1 7rn ? W A NTRD, AN ArffrR PARTNKR TO
^l.ltnr. Join me with the above aom ai ea*h. ia a gen
teel paying bualneee. where the eipeneea are light, (irotlta
lar?i\ aalreiiinrk andatrleilr l"f ? ??h K-terenreaeaohanfWl.
Addreae R D ll-rahl oSee with reel name ami place of In
d> or. |1(W|-A TOCNU IIPVTI.r* t ?? (U*RHA5.
"" "? WBh ike above i-apilal. having aeniurwd a
food knowledge of produce bualneee In PngUm! ana on the
i.nnnt nt where he haa flrat rate eorimrtkma? wlakea lo be
come an anlve partn# t In av-.w-l c>| irihig ind nommaaetod
teniae I'rlnelpala pleeee addri aa. eonfkleiitlally, with real
aame. to bo? IWl Herald ogt'e.
Atm RARK CDANfTI FOR INTKSTMRNT ANT PRR
aon having a few tho.iaand InHare. wtahtng lo mveat In
[a profitable bnalneaa not affected by the hard thaea and de
atmna of being aa?<?-Uied with men nf the greatest b-MOaea*
eapa. iiv and int. rrity of eharartcr will pleaM eall fnr Infnr
mat ion reaper ting ih?- aame any day afler tt o clock at m
Broadway, room it.
RAI^TFRS and brkwfrb -wantrd a part.
BgKJNith from r.imtollii ilincaah. to a man nf hn?n.<ag
habHVila would he a good Imealmevit; tbe market the be^R in
? be maiea Non.' but nrlnrlpala we h caah. will he t ?aicd
with Addreaa thnnifh I'uft o?ce Molon-t h?d Rt?n#r. BB
Nibi-o-s oarden.-mondat ktkntno, not a
HewartM by Km and Fashionable Auiiieucea.
LA1JT WfcKK or BOKKAri
The dashing MARIETTA 1a NPRKTTa
ON T1IK T,'UIIT ROPK
The nMirilwt artlai ' > A H R I R.r , RAVKI,
*??1 hm Kmdwn. ANTOtNRaait IKROMK hi
OODKNSKI. OK THK SKATKBK Of WII.NA.
?? uurtioas ox tub Tiuirr norm
bf Marietta Zanfretla. Mr. A. ianfretla. A. [,-laaou aim!
Jerome'* pr*at nnTetty^ liORKAS
Antutne ak PMtromso; Jerome u tke It* ran.
Dour* open ?? W4, to commotio. at '/ y.
Ticket* SO cents, upper boie* '& ? niU
Next Saturday ? (Jraiid Afbrniwn Performance of IIOUKAH
ft Door* open at 6H; commence at T.
MOW PAT. Not. ffl. lm,
Uiis season of the charming com.'iljr,
A BAOHILOB (fr ARTS!
Mr Lester Ah Harry Jaaper; Mr*. Hoey (firtl time) *x Adol
phu* Thornton; Mr (I Holland, Mr. Norton. Mi?t Mary
ilHnnoD, Ac., with Mr. Bourcicault'a greatly successful ana
THK INYDHBLK HllSBANIt
being It* tweaty second representation? Nr. ?ester, Mr. Wal
cot, Mr. Holland, Mr. Davenport, Muw (Jamion, Mr*. Allan, Ac.
IACRA KKENK'S THKATRK, WO 6!M BROADWAT,
J above Houston stre?4 ?The increased patronage bedew
ed upon THK SKA OK ICK lidnnw 'be Management loan
nouuue ita repetition every evening until further notice.
Monuat Ktbhimo, not a, IW
THK HKA OP ICK, OR, A MOTHER'S I'ltAYKB.
Uuwi' ilo Ijuuiours, i
Ogsrita, the- Wild Plower of Mexico, > Miss Ijiura Kreaa
Marin de I iscours. \
('arloa, an adventurer, I n.?
Maruuls del Monte. f Geo. Jordaa
Barahaa, a sailor Jed'ursaa
t'apuin de l.aarours Mr. Whaal4e4|?
Notiob.? Balcony ehaira, only SO cents each, may be an
Cured, without extra charge, three days In advance. Meats hi
family circle, as eligible un any In the house, only a centa.
Doors open at to commence at 7k precisely.
(Prom the Dally Time* and Prank LesM?'* Illustrated News
paper, Nov 21, MM a? talna h beautiful engraving (if
Mum Keene as 0?arita, the Wild Plower of Mexico |
Pew dramas have hsd a more checkered career thian THK
SKA t)P ICK. It haa been lavishly produced In all the prin
cipal citiea of America and Knglund, to say nothing of Prance,
wucucethe original is obtained. In nomr plarcs it has been
received with enthusiasm; In others it was a dead failure.
T.sura Keene brought It out for the third time, but the I1r*t that
It has achieved success. The secret of llie matter I* that, al
though a spectacular drama in the largest seune of Hie word.
It need* Hoinethiiig more than scenery to make il succeed.
The plot of the piece required to be unfolded with cxre and
skill. Tbere are several important part* that cannot be en
trusted to feeble hands. It was only In those places wlient a
good stock company was at hand tliat "The Sea of lee" ha*
met with a success commensurate with its merits- which, al
lln>ugh lengthy. ?re resl In llallimore we believe (lie piece
had a long run, and a* Mr Jefferson played Ihe principal co
mic character there. It la reasonable lo believe that lie had
something to do with it, and that his talents contributO to a si
mll*r re*ull In New York.
Mias Irftura Keene has at hand all the facllltle* for giving the
piece with unusual effect. Hcglnutng with herself as the
linn li tried mother, and going through the entire company,
we have a combination ol' rare artistic excellence, such a* 1*
seldom bestowed on a spectacular drama. Then In Ihe scenic
department ? where are thing* done better than at I?aura
Keene'sf On the leant worthy trilled all that care and expert
encc ran suggest are cheerfully lavished Our engraving re
presents Mi** Keene in her eflectlve part of Ogartta. the Wild
Plower of Mexico? at least such i* the Intention, but art fall*
lo give the Hashing eye, the vai led altitude, the glancing
light, tlic thousand things, in fart, in which nature anu art are
so masterly continued upon the stage
On Til ANKSdIVINtt DAT, Thursdsv, Nov ?, for the AC
c^immodation of school* and famille*, there will be an after
noon performance of this thrilling d raina? the first to com
nieucc at 2K P. M? doors open al 1>?. The evunuiij perform
ance at tin- usual law.
BARNl'M'S Ml'SKUM - A POWKRPUU.T KPKKtrTlVK
local and Interesting American ilrama, on Mcnday even
ing. at 7K o'clock, OUR COl'NTRY'H SINKWS, Or, Tlie M
ehanlc and the Volunteer, written by Mr. II Watkins, and re
spectfully dedicated to the heroes ot the Mexican War. Her
man Oray, the mechanic and volunteer, Mr II. Watkins;
Julia Hartley, the marriage victim, Mr* Charles Howard. In
the afternoon at S, the musical comedietta, entitled I.Ut'K'.S
IN A NAMK, and the laughable piece of PAMII.V .lAltS, or
a Hull in a t'hlna Shop. The Aquaria, llappy Pamiiy, l.lrtng
Herpeiits, Ac. Admittance 2S cents, ohUdren under ten, 13
Mechanic*' Hall, <72 Broadway above 'Iran i street,
OPEN EVKRY KVKNINO IHTRINO THK WKKK,
Hest bill of the season. I<ook al the New Keature*?
THK PIITURK tiALI.RKY? TIIK I'OWKK ??r MITRIf
THK TIIKKK IIUNTKKS ? THK < ! 1 1 1 N KS K ltA NOB.
OI,D BOlt RIDLKY'8 PKSTIVAL, New Song*, Dances, So
los, Sayings. Ac. .IKRRY and DAN BRYANT in new acts.
Doors open at t)i; to commence at 7 % Ticket* a cent*.|
AAA BROADWAT, fl.ATK (TIIRIKTT A WOOD'S)
NAOLK'8 AMKRIOAN JirVKNILK OOMBDIANB,
a groupe of tweuty-eight beautiful children, thu most extraor
dinary cumbination of youthful genius ever brought together.
All under 12 years of age? Actors, singer*, dancr* and paa
tomlmlstn? pronouneed by the pre** and public une<|n?lleC
They appear every evening at the aboTe beautiful drsmsHe
ADMISSION a CENTS
Doors open at 6 o'clock , to commence at 1% o'clock.
(V3 Broadway, opposite Bond street.
Tcimiit, Nov TA, IHftT.
SKi'OND ORAND OORt'RRT,
In compliment to Mrs. Randolph Stone, for the benefit a I the
The fallowing distinguished artists have kindly volunteered
their valuable services -
Mis* Maria L. llramerd, Mr. Perring,
itl? Behreiei, Signor Morino,
Miss A sue Mllner, Mr. Kben,
Miss Hadley, Mr. O. W Beames,
Mr. Anthony Reiff, ,lr.
Tickets fl each, to be procured at all the principal m i?io
and book sUires. and at tiie hou-ls. Doors open at 7 , to com
mence at 8 o'cliK-k.
XTRA CARD.? TRANKUB M1'-*KUM, 12T ORAND
Sl street.? Oala .titr.ici ion foi on* night
?RATI'RDAY N??V 2S
on which occasion a greai novelty will be Introduced, being
BKNKPIT OP MADAMK WIIAKTON,
when she will Introduce to ber friends over
t>NK HL'NDUKll YOl.Nli I.AIHBl
mini of whom hare never appeared on any xiagc^rforo. The
enUr< i ouipsnv will positl%el\ api?-ar "nil on
SATt RDAY AFTBBNOON ANl) NIOnT.
In twenty four beautiful repri s? tallons. Por full psrtleulars
see bill*. Admission will be the same as usual Iton't forget
to visit the Pisnklln ou Saturday If you want to see beaut/
and novelty combined.
Empire ham., hroapway.
UKANl) (1 ALA \TPRK
Two eihlbltlona dally . < <>mm.-n?ltig ?iSn>lwk In (be after
neon and at 8 o'clock in the evening.
DR. KANK S
magnificently llliiatraud by a grand arrlea of palmluga, por
traylug the wooden of (hp
Mondnv, Not. 23. at 3 P M and H evening
Tneaday. Not X. at 3 P M. an.l Hev.'nlnif.
Wedneaday? Kraru?tioo aanireraary? ntjl P M atvlflere'g.
Tbitriuiav? Tbankaitmag .lay? Three cihibiiiona, coauneau
? iiik *t 1 o'clock 3 o'clock and S o clock.
Friday, Not. 17. at 3 o'clock and Hereniug.
Saturday, N"v 2K.at3P M ami * ermine.
Admlaaloa Snala. children half prloa.
THE RXIIIRITION OP PAINTINUS. RY MODKRN AB
tlata of the frREM'll SI'IKMII,,
ai the old ART UNION KOOMH, t'C ltr*.lw*T,
WII.I. u K M A I N OPKN UNTIL FlfRTIIKIl NofrrR,
from *.i A M. to ft I' M, ainl from 7 to ID Ilol.leraof
mimmi iirkru will nWitkclr prlfllr(? nni the ri<>aa of ti,~
ethlbltlon, of which dm- notice will be Riven The nailery M
well lighted and warawd. H. FROIISIIAM, Hcretary.
_ _ Keneral and the m.-atfo-ra In particular ere b--rl.y iwdl
fled that the benefit for U?- Hoooe i htidr. ti la indefinitely p. art
uoned Member* will pltaao attend a m.M'tlQX oti Tu-a.lay,
Rot . 14, at 8 o'clock P. M . at the uanal place. Itr order,
R. B. CORSA, Vice rrratdeut.
?,W I.rrn tnttD. Secrplarv
1 AMPS' PAIR ? THK PAIR IIKI.D Dt'RINO TIIK PART
J week for the benefit aflhe t'anrrh of Ilk* Irnif uliiU
CoflatfUua, Fourteenth atreet, ha* been mi aueeeaefnl and
well atumled tliat ihe ladlci conducting K intend to cuUauo
It neit week.
(1RTKTAI. PALATR RIinHtt*?N IK KTIU. OI*KN.
J and ma<hll?er7 In oprraiion dally iHorwIaya eireptad j
font |0 to It. and from 2 to 4 Vehiefc. The trtal oAateam en
Klnea for Ibe lartte (old medal n deferred to the Ifith of Da
certifier neit. For privilege of entering new luventiona and
work# ?>( art addreae W. H l?ouart, urM.
^1 POR TWRI.VB WRITING IJWHONN MR PAINT*
yl academy, >'?> Hwwery, Maw Y .rk. M r> It. <?> atreet,
RlBnklyti, anal M Montgomery atreet Jereey rttr I .ad lea or
? ? ?hmg t? ic4n the*., i-heap writing and hoolrlteep
lug c laaaea ahould apply immediately, ae the J will (maturely
anon rleee i
A GERMAN OOTItRNKSR, OK Htlllt RR?PV< T A Rll.I
ty, la .lealrvoia i. . meet with an Immediate MOMMK
She '.earhi-a French, mturtr, German, and the ur.al hranchea
-a" ." *.?! nl refer' to e ? "???> Apply br l.'r. raor
pereoaally to Henry Raifiar, 7fl Meadaw atreet, tho'iee Mr.
BOOEKITKP1NO AND WRITING ARK TAUGHT RT
Mr F < iSTKR, author mt "Doable Rnlrr Mn<-i4ated, An."
at 346 Hrna4way, Appleloa'a Building, titxtn aotirui elementa
ry principle*, to the entire errlaaimi of the modern "all and
ten leeaon charlatanry." Opeo day aaJ aveaiog Term* nao
BAII.T OOTRRIfVM WANTKO HY A PAMtLT RK
atdinKlnl4th at te I4*ef twr. atm'l children, from * to
>l?'k. mnat ?nder*ta?| m'tak' awl French, itpe * h.>
realde* with her nwau preferred. Aridreae boi 1,14V foet
o? re with term a. Ae
bttQCATlOM IN BBBMB*. ? BOTH ANO OIRIJI PRoK
Ji I ll to 1.4 t ear a of a*e, alma Jiarenta wtah to ae?.l 'hem a?
Oermany to rtntah 'h^tr edaratton will find a matrrukl*
hetne In a rerpeelable famMy la Hrerarn, whn hnra ao ehti
dr< n o< Otelr own. For pArttenlara. apply to Rer. Mr STOIiL
MANN. I?7 Mo?t atreet
FRKNI'II AND fJRRMAN OOVRMNMSW RRHIPRNT OR
daily ?A ynwag Preneh lady if ?tperlen?e w
wlabea to el
icage her aerrlee* In a artonl or faiwi Ij.
from her laet rmployena A.hlreaaB R, lierwl l
FRPKCH LANOPAOB-PBor?W>B D. LACROtB. TM
Rroadway, eotiUneee to give thorottfh InalrttMem a ih*
French langaage, Inipwrting to hi* paptla 'he afcUitr f if*!
the lang'taga with Baeney and r? rre<-4aeaB. AppltcMaSM r*
crlrotl between the h-oira ef I u4 lor I and IP I.
PRRNCH ANO PPANIRH TAUGHT VN A IX. TBPIR
hranehea bf ? French la.ly of eiyeelenee A '.lrwM
Madrid. I'alon aqnare Pnet ofllee. Oertaen and ItAltan 'atgfel
Coarrraaflnaallr and (rammatleally h| a <J?rmaa larty of
liberal edocauon Mtna Kant. T!9 Hrwrway
TNPTRI'tTION ?A FRtNf'll ORNTt.PMAN. AOW
J towied to I Till ion hart'e a..me Viattre hnur* wlah<^? t?<?
or three mere poptf* d?r?n* ihe daytime Trunela 'r^a I -am
French. Herman. HpanMt and I'anan amended tn VHr'aa
v. r . boa iso Heraraoac*. or t>& Hirlaakraat, atw I>e<)r?w,
?won* i,pt>p'?.it n*?RANTAi.n wumvi ROAR**
ItI ing aehool elaaatcari and enaraterelal lnx.lt at Wm, fi'id
aonTermee Urboken. W. J Tma MOO por atmiiia Clr
cnlara at No. ? Rmad atraat, BmMut laanraiw* ,???
rTHB PRTNfTFAUl OP Tim INJFTm ?*"** Of
(ha e*r nf New Tar* nd nrMtr - HarW > ??. ? aeh
I wtati to plaee lw aa tnaltt tthe> et <earn*^r I ?w,ki *"
make aa arraaeeaaem m gtr* Wmtmrn lathe fpamah and
Ft arh langna?? >n narwfnt af >ta Vawd M *"??
OARI'AB DB UT A ?tWltM^>' * ? F*f!b
PtlRI.ANS PATBfTT RIl.l.IABn PARI* PANTT1W
wanting fond MiHard table* will (led the preeentaraiwa
hie lime to pare ha ae A large lot rrf new and nrt?o
tablca, with ererrthing In the hllltard line ' beap rne Mil
8*iearty.? 7* and 7h? Brvadwiy, pil lh WIT ? Am ?'??>
Monday. ?. HfcMK.I.?>H OI' *K^' n
c*. rauar. ??"***?' w
^",vrr:t~ ?""?'????"' """"
-VS.t^j. 'jy-VSSo. ...? -.??
iNDB, NATHANS A 00 '8
orkat triflk trotpw
of Aliertaan, French and RrtiiMii ?I. . i. 4 fi ?*?
first Oymaaata. Arrohata -?n<f Ki?. atrtsns in ihe >?M
nn outlay of many Ihon, ?h.t .1, liar* The id ?i*g"r -rmlkl
ly trout* to the gcnernn* aapmrt of th ; ??-*,. n t the I -mm
ry. and pledges himself Umi ihe rWwUmi* oi ky C
hURPASB ANY EVKR OFFKRKD IN AMKRIDA
Notwithstanding the -m'!* j attending 'tm
PRICES WILL REMAIN AH TKIIAU
POSITIYBLT NO FKKB I.I*T
Monday and Tuewly eveahig, Nov, B mk> h.
10 OREAT A''TS IX TIIK flBCIJt
BURTON'S NKW THKATRK, BROADWAY
Monday ? Or eat suoceaa of the oraut ptrtartai *raa^
la three acta, called
PARIS AND M>NDON,
Mr. BURTON u Tfeomaa Trot, as ortginally played by kaaa.
All lb'' omaiotaty In Ute Mm?
The Orand and Beantlfnlly Fainted PA NORAMA
?f the Tiijrufr from Boulogne to Ijondon, "rtthtUne a iMmb
at Srn a Ship on Fir*, a Wreck and Kafl, and Moonlight
sevnral new and brilliant scenes at Part* and l-am lrm
THE. AMERICAN APROBATH,
a group of elegant Athleiai, will go thmnirh * aerie* nf ??
drr moving naerclsea, in tbo Orand Maanin rxdr n ?a
when a variety of dance* auil mirthful pevformaaefla *?
To onnrlnde wlib the farce ?f
HIIKTliN'S NKW YOBE DIBK.CTOBY
Tboinaa Auguatua Piccadilly Vtr Itartaa
A new piece In rehearaal fur Thanksgiving
WOOD'S BUILDINOS, BROADWAY, NBAR PRIMM
Henry Wood Pmartalar
OKO. OIIKISTY A WOOD'S MINKTRKtJt
Under the direction of H Wood and (Jea. tJhrtoty
Ethiopian Miiuitr <? Iny . Concluding with Bleckor'a a?w fara^
DOOM IN Til K DOG DAYS
Ticket* 2B cent* Doori opea at 6, ta ennxaaac* at TH o*4Mk.
A Dearly Laugh In these hard time*
Ik worth a pocket full ..f dime*
Invest your Fifty Cents with BURTON.
You'll get your worth of fun forcertaia.
A NKW COMIC LOCALITY,
A DAT IN NKW YORK.
The Mattery In the morning,
Broadway at noon.
The Bowary at nigM
With new acenerv anil a full cant.
Sol Molina, a Dork Kal Mr Rwtai
Thn Wldrty Khinigan, an apple aeller Mr Hniiaa
The wrnery will Pihlbll the llntlery amt Kay, Itnrton'a Nmw
Theatre. Taylor's Saloon, and a wall known potat ta fes
Another ureal pieen will he played with it.
Sorure your tli-kelaat once ? Remember.
RANKLIN MI'SKUM. 127 OR AND STRERT, ONK DOOB
from Brnudwnv ? Oranil Holiday Kniertaiamnnut.
every day, rnmmmtrliiK at .1 o'clix k in the afternoon -vnd ?*?
In III.' evening Mailame Whar'on'a entire troupe ..I Madal
ArUatea, ennau ing of
TWCSTY SKYKN YOUNlt I.AIinM,
will appear at earh performance ,n
FOURTRKN l.tviN.; FICTTTRKS,
Including, for the flrattlm. thin ??? on, the tlreek 4lav",*
"Yeiiu? Itmliig from the - m, Baihera hurprtaaiL' Al?ai
and Kve," "Sappho," 1 '. h ? Tl. ee liniei . ' 1 . th" ?M*
forming a grnml onnatellut i n of
BEAUTY AND MAONIFICKNt F.
unapproacliablt in th. innala of peiih nm ? -?ui?:tt.
SI XTKKN KRKKCH A KT1STS
juat arrived from Paiia, will i|?P f - very aftertMMM
evening A variety of Original performance* are give. Uily.
ancb aa can be mccii at nOOIher plucii 01 anvi^i'ment in the iiy
Admlfaloo- < ?r. he?tr i anata Si) eenta; l?o*?a '? oeata; prlvaM
boicaSl Notice ? Sa'nrday. Nnr la art apart for tbe
BRNEFrr UK MADAME WHARTON,
ill.- managreiM of liiujtroupe. on a hi eh w iiaieu n fliae bill wfl
be presented. Over
ONE HUNDRED YOCN<; LA T IKS
will appear l.oih in tbc h 'uirnouo and ? ? ni.ig, in Ai'l^i-uaa
ol atatuary. See btlia of the d.iy.
THANKSOIVINO DAY -FRANKLIN mi ?kum NO IV
tlranil atreet. ? Or.mil lloliilay Attraction On Than
day. Nov. J6, and In order U> eel.-Hiai.
TIIANKHOI VINO DAY.
four diatinet pcrforniain . h will be given, cmnraeni ^ Aa
following hours The entirt troupe of Artlatca will
k pear, ci mxntlng of
r TWENTY SKVKN YOU NO LADIES
The flrsl performance at II O'clock iu the morning.
Second " I " afternoon.
Third ?? | "
Fourth " 7 " even la*.
A change of prograrame at each performance. Don't mi*
take the place, 177 Ocand street, one d?oi from Broadway, <9
WANTKI>-TWO YOUNtt LADIES, A DANCINO OIW.
ind aiiigmg girl, for the season, a abort .liatance fraaa
the citj , halar) must he moderate Addieaa T. It , lleralB
oflic. Saturday anil Monday, November 21 and B, with
and time an Interview would be convenient.
HORftF.il AW? CARRUOC8.
Acarrtaok or th p MMi awav tntM wamtr?
?With aeata for III. Ill good order, well made at>4
fliiUhed. nul not min h worn Alao. hurnnw >'orr"?poodiu(.
A'tdraaw. with price, J. C. Htiyltn, 13 rbauibera atraet.
OAKDimi iiorhkh in Tim ookmtrt? iCRrr <m
the lo'at of hav, with *'?>>l i iw*. plank or ground fb-ur
atablca Trrtna. frt per month Imj'ilre of l>r .1 K 11*1^
veterinary ?<irge?ii, 04 Filth atreM, or R. Benedict, Mo ft M
llml. HAMURI. W. UK N Kim;?, Jr . ReeerHla, H. L
POR HALP t'HKAP? A8TIIKOWNKR HAM MO ITHK PO*
thi-rn. our Urge aorrel liorac, aultaMo for a iarri*ge;
alao oan large brown hm-ae, iultahlc for heavy work Tab*
w*n itl the >i?hl' adjoining the King* Oouoty Hotel, Hoafe
f-crenth atrect, WillLamaburu
P)R RALR-A NICK MKT OP MIMUI.R UHHT H\R
iiexa, new will to- aold cheap for i uh Apply at Ma I
Heeood mreri, corner of the llowary, for three da/a m
HORKR8 ICRPT ?A PFW HORMRB Will. MR KKt'RIP
cd on a farm near the rtiy, to ha kept for the in mar.
liar and atablee food MatlatarUH ; reference given Afrplf
to R 8. MUJUi, flu rhaiubera rirra, mp atalra
SI.KIOUfl. HI<RI<<IIM, RUtlOKH.-TUR HCIM'RIHKM
haw Oil hand, at lit Warren atraet. a large aaa. irtmnat at
alelgha of their own nuke, which ther offer for aale at mua
farturera' prtcea. OIDWAT A KLMU.
TwonAKiwtonrFYorjn: iiorsiw m* ral.k rots
Imn gray* UK hand* high. atom hntlt and ?H' m atrbetf;
Ut? yearaoid. good trotiera, luuidaome fur earring*, gut ?r
naggun. Apply at 6H t hei ry atrct?t. I'ncr ilij
WAMTW TO PI'RrH \*R- A PAIR OP BTRI.l. HATIR
Ml r * rrUfle hnraca. blark or dark bar of good aire, aa4
In at traveller*. Aililreaa P W M , Herald o?ce.
VV aNTKI>a"fiNK PA tR OP BtiACIC OR BAT
YY ??.no-., w< I| tnaPhed aootw I and kind, Ml ovar UK
hand* high, of good apeed an l vtion Any party having auaa
a pair for aale, la part payment for which a good airiijle hotae
will bo taken eta And a pnrehaaer by addroaaug II. W K ,
Herald olSoe. _
Wamtkh to pi rciiasr-a pirr pair or < ar
mge Imraca. dark baya, Willi Inn* Ulta preferred Thor
moat he well matched nut oner erven raaranld, a. otd. kini
and atTliah drtrr m Anr party hariaga-irh a wwr. and mm
othara; i nay apply to 1'. (lAKMoN V S NKPURwb A IM? . M
WAimtn-A t i^xiR two rkat carriaor, onb
that tma been h>n llule r>ar<l la^nira of T Sparluag^
carriage maker. Wt KtiaaMth atrwt.
A-| -WR RAT* yONPty IR ART AMORHT
?rl. In adaaaee na .liamoa'la, watchea. A*
To adaaoaa na utanoa, aegxra. Irj gao4a. tm.
To vt ranee oa bowWild f tmltura, Aa.
To advane# on naarehandtae if all klada.
THW IH THR OI.DRHT OPriCR IR THII ?TTT.
J HACIM PP. aatabliahod I MX. roaaataataa law N? m
?raadway, aorvar mt Waikar am* R. Ma raan ??
with aay other honaa Piirate rooma.
Al TO KIOWlH TO I XI AM OM WAT' HRM,
V I 1?WI Irr. a< gara, dry ?nr?la and all klnda r4 [? '*>??!
property, nr boaght aad anVl for raah. n-l>anu wiahing im
rlnaa oat their entire atork for e*?h ae. aanaodaie-i ?o
riotloa sarontifael nil kinla negotiated b? THo?K*a M
IX) . brakera aod ?>? n hanta, I4n Naaaau, <-?ar
of Aaa atraei, narfka Mo. S aad IS aneo?d (nar.
(tlK1? U>AM OM niAMORM, WaT? HICR,
SxO I i'/v" jewelry, aegara fartiliiee Aa . nr theaWM*
boagM lor the htgheat eaah pneea. by tae We? kn >ara
INAAtU oglee II i kaaabera wreei. M. R. ? 1*? hcnaaaa
traaearted an Malardaya
MOMKT TO RP LOAMBD Tt> PARTIRH OM PRIbaoW
al proper* T on ' aay lerma. Itnaa need apt ?y en nag
lag thaae harlag ??ple ae^nrttj la n?er Addraaa boa S (BR
womnr loamro-or wat<'hrr, /rwrurt. dia
naada ail all ktada of merekaa ttaa, or bamght IW aai^k
F aril a* eaa be daaM wMh (trletly naaaAdeaatlal. aad a-? be aaaa
antertag a Inaa oOea. J AM T J ?rt,nn. ar fkinedway
R ttiBBITT TS fONHfUTKU fOlff ir>IWTI aTi.T AT
? an Hadar* Mreet. aaar ' anal Ha warranto a -we
wuham waaaary. Beaeat eaaaa ? aied lw twaaar tbrw dnf?
withmit hladranee fraaa baateeaa A pre*?m'.ira aiwaya <?
band. Opea fraea 1 A B ull HP 1
TJICORIPR, Tm-PPAP-*, CirUlMt, ACTOR*. OTTBL
JV lag ? aa4 the prtrste hnapWnl prseeeea# Parte aad :<???
doa, by T>r LA RMftRT Aa ??pwaw iBiaal w?kk tta>
eaaeaof tka ' "M ' " ? ' "
mum m a*deR*a*e JJlufll, * ~'aaaaaa e-.t^-w tnatr nafor
SlfTerfeet rei^' A' -Ml rf tVaa w*a are pee* ?ate.', by lnif
^/.iC? Xer ar tea. 'V? tk-rrtaga Mate: aton a ,r-y*+
.Tt^traoag tke raa mtuot
" ?^^jr^T^.ahT ?*? aea.y r.MM?rae??d rjamewv*, aA
I !_ f a, e-. mter. T?to *?*^'nab%a work iwt be ?bti?i-a<
^7iCftWtor IM i" RkRPow Vi i*r m?a?
*? *' : . ml ?l-?v |V>. V,.t . -
T" II B OtBAf KrOI.AROO, M IV -THIS! OOOO 9AR ART
tan. ffmgk Lradrm and fajk nf wnrtrf atte Ikmr ban
ferret and ne?i delleale r ??ei MMMIMB At.oihar
m ' f? n 'Mp' *at|- n tbst r4 Wea llantet Iw i aft
rh jarrat I nm.iltni 'wmaitur
VMIRMftrM WAMTRO PARTtRH RRRAMTM?1 TBP
r hoiiaekrepiag and wtahtag to dlapoae of thetr fum 'arw
Ilk whole n pact will find % ' *ah tuBoMt hy eAinwat
II R wr%14 v?t?. for et* w*ek
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