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CtOLOH FKRgKaNT SI'El.l.MAN, OK CO. O, FIFTH
/ New Fork Voluulvra (Duryoe a Zouaves). tided
on rt;;hi arm and face at the Lie Hull run battle. ?u?i
tended V) By a etti/rn doctor named South Any infurma
Itou at htm will he ihanklull) received by hlscouoii,
GEO. <>. M ',LLKY.
United State* <Jrni i.il Hospital, Aunwpnl.*, Md
t iHltOlLN TAKEN FOB ADOPTxON AKI) ADOPTED
" o to ???<"? homes; otic boy mi months old to adopt out.
Ladies la* on lolwnl. with all lhaeomtort* of :< home. with
niedi at ut n aiuv nt |) Ha RSaLLK 8. .41 UreeuwM'O
Bin et, twei n HaiUiiiouil aim Perry all ecu
CX AH KIEL HEIRIRO Ro.NNKBERG. BORN IN NOR
X way. in 1831, will hear of an inheritance lett to bim on
K|>pl.cation to Mr. C. K. Uabicbt, Swedtali and Norwegian
Consul New York.
Helen -kor the third time, do you intend
to write or drive om? I tear lite neglect spring* from
Indifference, a* I *ee you dnye ont at other umea Tell B .
I ia evening. Titiue ever, KATE.
INFORMATION WANTED?Or MICHAEL McCABE,
itiii-on. formerly of but*, county of Mt-ath, Ireland.
Any person knowing h i whereabout will pleaae addreu bot
.1,135 Poat oSce, New Turk
-INFORMATION WANTBD-OF ELLEN DODD. SHE
J was laat beard of In New York about two year* ago. In
fo ?tnation will be thankfully received by her brother, Jamea
Dodd, at No 7 Greenwich aireet. N Y.
INFORMATION WANTED-OP MARY DONELY, BY
A her husband, Jamea Dearly, who baa enlisted in the
Fifth Metropolliau Rgiuicnt. at RUer'e Inland New York.
Any Information about her will be tbaukfully received by
her husband, at Rik<-r's Island Hi-parted from her about
?even years ago. in Port Jervis, Orange County, N. Y.
INFORMATION WANTED?OK OEOROB W. KRBYTAO
adeiiU-i in Ibiscily In Id3>-Sl: and II dead, date and
place of hi* deaib. Any one giving thia Information will be
paid. Addreas boi 4,5(7 Poat office, New York.
R. PHILIP LYNCH IS WAITING FOR A LETTER
from C D, for Cbarlea,
M
THE GENTLEMAN AND LADY WHO ENGAGED
Hoard on Friday evening in Tbirly-aixlb street, and were
to occupy the room on Tueaday aud furnish wardrobe, can
not be accommodated.
* 1TRIMONUL.
A GENTLEMAN, TWENTY-FOUR YEARS OF AGE
desires to correspond with some young lady ef reiiue
oarnl not more than twenty year* of age. ? itn a view to ma
trimony. She muai oe of a livelv dis; oaition. and poises*
b. auty end a small foot: wealtb|no ob ject, Cartes do visiles
not rejected. Address Victor, boa 2. Ho New York Post office
AN ACCOMPLISHED YOUNG LADY OK I'KKPOS
aeastng appearance, would like to form the a ? iuaiu
laoce of autm- gentleman posseting tome wealth, Willi a
view to matrimony. Addre**. with cart* de visit*, Mia*
M.i.iel WooJ, Brooklyn Port office.
A YOl'NG FOREIGNER DES RES THE ACQUIANT"
J\ ance ol ayoung iady hieuu, oi education and rellnc
mcnt. w in a via v io matrimony, for the purpose of perfect
112 bin *-If III the English language. Addre** Aiiacreou,
station D 1'oat office.
A YOUNG GENTLEMAN IN EASY CIRCUMSTANCES
Wl*lit a to torm t-n?? actpiainiance of a younc ladv with
a view to maiiioooiy. Addreia, with sincerity, Jicniy Wta
ton, Ko.'kpori, Carbon couuty, Pa.
MEN OLD IOO SOON.?N ERV0U8 OR IMPOTENT,
and t hose w isliing a irue "Marriage Quirte,'* send to
leu 1. till i Post oflioe, New York city, for 'Facts lor the Fee
ble " by Dr. Hoi lick, author and lecturer; gratia, and poat
panl to my address.
outer f*W Broadway, from 10 till 2. Dr. H. never leaves the
city, and has no agent or partner.
F.AD. MARK AND LE ARN TH K CONTENTS OF THAT
iiivaluaule work,' Tie Illustrated Marriage Guide nod
neuiial Adviser," by Wm. Earl, M. D., IHii pace*. Milled
everywhere 'n sealed envelope on receipt of 26 ccuts
uuiups). Addresa 58 White street.
rj>G YSjUNU LADIES.?AN INTELLIGENT, WELL
1 sit ale , in n, In the best yraia. Want* to muk, Uie
*<?<11,alli ance oi a reapei table w<iman or young widow with
a view to matrimony. The greatest secrecy Is aaaured.
Addrt as F. B., box 12j Herald oillce.
11
ruKNrruHK,
1 FINE STOCK OF KO-SE VOOD. WALNUT. HAIIO
J\ gill} and grained Parlor Su a, In silk, satin and plusu,
just opened by DEUKAAF A i'AYLUK, 57 Bowery, at very
low prici s.
/ 'ABINET FURNITURE
Kj AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
$lt*i.U0U WORTH OF FUKN1TUHE.
In consequ <m e of the tallinc off In o ir wholesale business,
?<? oiler our own manufactured goods to the public at the
o > es. prices:
Co- elating of Parlor, Library. Dining and Bedroom Suits,
uia to oi selected n aterlal and iu the latosl la.-liionabls
sty es. All goods warranted.
P., ase examine our good* before purchasing elsewhere.
WEIL & BRAUNSDORF.
No*. I21.li d 177 Rivington street, be, ween Eas< > and Nor
fo k. N. B.?Urauu, Essex and Houatou street stages pass
.do e by.
D
EGRAAP A TAYLOR,
OF 87 BOWERY,
Guarant<? all wora as represented.
BENAMELED, ROSEWOOD AND EBONY CHAMBER
a set*?a surplus stock.
AT COST,
By DEUKAAF A TAYLOR,
87 Bowery.
ITIURNITURE WANTED-ANY PARTY ABOUT BREAK
I ?p huiiM-keeping can find a cash purchaser lor their
J nrulture and Caipei* to thn amount of gLkDU to (1.5o0, be
fore November 1. Apply to or address F. Co.too, 4<M Broad
way
I/i'RNlTl HE BOUGHT?ALL PERSONS HAVING
1 lieiunhold P urnitiire to sell, either tu simile pieces or
tbe eutlrr furniture of the house, can Unu a caeh buyer l<y
cailin . on T. WHELAN, 419 Thud avenue, or address a uote
? a a ove.
L1URMTURE, CARPETS. BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND
F Libraries bought for ready money, at 121 S xih avenue,
between Mruu and Teulb streets. A laige slock of Books al
ways on baud.
L11 -RN ITU RE.?I DESIRE TO PURCHASE FOR 1M
1 mediate use from (SU to $1,UW worth ol Parlor, Cham
be, and Kitchen Fmnixnrs, and wotud rent a House if de
? r ,y located. Parlies having the mine IS sell chest' for
a ?l< please a,ldre*a Henry 8. Staunton, atstiou D, Bible
Ho ise.
CPUING, HAIR AND HU<K MATTRESSES,
O Botiioaluy, guaruutced.
By DEGRAAF A TAYLOR,
87 Bouery.
DE.YT1STRI.
ARTIFICIAL PL 1. (II.?BEAUTIFUL AND 3UBSTAN
aV n.lse ,,n I'd, Gold, I'biiina. pore .Sliver, and Ynle.i
u i Xubbci, Hum (8 to $2 >, unit warranted. Sinxle Teeth
?!. Tee.:, uii,-d and extract, d without the least pain.
0 .0 pure white P at,na and Hone tilling* irnui SUccuu to
gi. and warranted lor life. O lice 138 Sixth avenue, be
twaeu T nth and E.eveulb streets, aud uo removal.
IfR. LUTHER, Dentist.
? RT1FICIAL BONE FILLING FOR DECAYED AND
a*\ ?? oauive leetli. Old io?t* and shells btnlt up. and all umn
n, r m entities bea,itilMlly Oiled, aud warranted, by the ,tia
<i,viier, at hla rooms, 8?l Broadway, naar Seventeenth
??reel J. PEARSON, M. D., Discoverer.
Artificial bone fillings. 25 cents.?decayed
Teeth tilled 111 the 'ie?t manner, without pain. More
-u-11* and old root* rendered lervicaole fur years with
? uu.ne artilirial bone. 84 East Twenty second street, near
L xiugiea avenue. A. E. MAN, Dentist.
Beautiful sets artificial teeth, wabrant
d unsurpusM d, (8 In ?-t) ?My new white pla-tl gold
a , latuia C'inp iuu'i ior lining teeth wlthoui pain is uni
vs sully acknowledged sup rior to all other materials for
beaut*, comfort duiabiiitv and economy. Never cornea out.
Give it out a trial. 84 East Twenty-second street.
Dr. LUTHER, Sr., Dentist, twenty years,
DR WHITE 8 IMPROVED ARTIFICIAL TEETH?Su
perior to all o'Ueis. Whole tela from $4 to $40. Teeth
lilted with gold and other Idling*, 5U ccuts toil. All work
warranted. AO Fourth street, near Sixth avenue.
f ANgKNHEIM 8 NEW STYLE OF ART18TICALLY
J J co.arml lleuue* for the msgle lantern and dissolving
view apparsiu*. and Lanterns a ad lueti uuxent*. wlih all the
latest inipruVetueats. vajiecially constructed fur public ex
kibltinns. Full inatrurilou* rurniahed to purchasers. Fur
c-implete catalogues addreas W. Langenbeim, bos 1,428 Phll
aii-lpbls. Pa.
T KUCOPLEMIC WWITE FILLING, FOR DECAYED
ii and arching Iseth. Mere Shells restored to their original
* , ,pe and u*<- without pain, doe* not discolor; harmless ami
,, , Mss; anuoi be brnslied or picked nut; warranted
s i<e, ui to snvthtog ever offered to th* public. Ariillclal
Teeth insSitsd In every style.
Dr. PHILLIPS. No. 8Lgylngton svenue.
Notice-an experienced dentist, who is
..bout to locate in New York, is dssuou* of forming a
>uj.rtti. r* dp with one already suciwsafully e*uhlished,
who utay be conlrmpUtingan enlargement ol his business
h\ -emo.lng lo a more ellc hle Its-aMos or openlog more ex.
tensive apsrunenta, Ac The advertiser can contribute capi
ta, or su, h c porpoae and can also bring proicsslot *1 skill
anu perstinsl Influence that will render bis roaneciinu with
.b uierxaking desirable ami advantageous. The highest
or dental* Willi be given and required. Addrse* Drutisl,
H ' ikiu nil sc.
TO DENTISTS-SCRAP PLATINA WANTED. FOR
I ,'ich lliehivhextpr.se will he paid, by SAMUELS.
A'iiirK, denial ae pot, 868 Broadway.
TO DENTISTS-WANTED, IMMRIHATELY, A MAN
J who thoroughly understands mechanical dentistry.
iwrtnsneut and wmte* modersir
Dr. BLAKENEY, 83 Sixth avenue.
1 ')'ja CERTIFICATES.?HAVING HAD TWO TEETH
l.wOO extrsrlsd without psln by Dr. J. JAY V1LLEKM,
I , Grand Street, two block* from Brssdway. I cheerfully In.
sn i icla as a reoommendatlon to those suffering toothache.
Mia* K. SENBTHE. 42 East Fifteenth street.
?TtAHBOAT>? ~
Morning line to pekkkkill-thk aurora
leaves Jay street plsr daily (without exception), at 8
A. M., for Pcekskill and usual landlugs Leave* f'rekskili at
IX P. M. Touches at Weal Tenth and Thirtieth streets.
Morning line for albany, trot and in
lermedlate landings, toothing at Thirtieth street.
Rteamsr ARMENIA Iseves fiem the root ef Harrison street
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 A. M, The DAMEL
DitK W leave* the foot of Jay street Tuesday, Thursday and
?<Uirday,at7 A. M,
"I NAILROAPI.
Hudson river railroad.-trains for albany.
Troy, the North and West leava Chambers street at 7
?ml 9 A. M? and 3 18, 8 and lb 15 P. M,
Lung island railroad-chanur of termi.
nus.-Passenger depot at Jamea slip and fool of Thirty.
fourth xtreeia. East river.
? inic Arrancemeat. commrn<4n| Friday, Oct 14 186??
Leave New York at * A. M. fer Breeepert, Bag Harber,
Onmii sud lUuiptoa.
At u A. *. tad 4 P. M. far ByoaaetL
A' 9 4 N >-nd I P- 51. (or Islip.
At ? P. M. for llempGe*.!.
On Sunday a Irafa leaves Haater'a Petal (Thirty feurth
?tied (erry) at BM A- M ., for Rivet head eed iatermediete
?tsimn-. at excursion rates Bsluraleib tes?es Rivsrbsad
?t 3 P M.
TEW YORK. HARLEM AND ALBANY RAILROAD,^.
eanv Mil l J xxn
Kgor YORK, pxaus* ?ev ?*??*< asitisu
K ?,)ll *l,R4ft?. T80V, huntM A*fl> WEST.
FOR SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing Yhnrs,lay. May S, lMl
For A'hsav. 10 3# A. M . K?P?ewi Mail frail freje Twsat
xei s'afion.. For s'l local tisu.r i? T-m ? Tshte.
JOHN MVMVMSLU AsslfAoi Mueer.aiesJeal
POLITICAL.
At a meeting or the tammany hall dki
gut' s in th- S. - olid Assembly tiistrut. neltl at th? liv
Greet). Siath war i, on Monday exeuutg, October IX),
followlr. ? deta-gaiei x*-we present ? btxlh w. ri?U-tiis
Burn*. Cnca'auliue Donahue, A.J. Knur, Ml, -haul iliw t,
J-ibu btu- urn. J till o Hull. Fourth w&ri'?Mlcho,-! Cairo!!,
Win. OikI -tin. Artuur O'Duunell, Dtvid Kirk, Joi.n U Dou
uull The ( oriutu.
On ru-uoo ill' )li Carroll, of the Fourth ward, Mr. Daniel
Loamy was unanimously nomiuated aa Member of Assembly
for the Second Assembly district.
ARTHL'n O'Dovmn t, B--r. DENTS BURNS, Chairman.
If, rai t Gem iai luiuu.luc,- concurring. Ri- hum Barry,
Cliairuian. Richard FiU|uiirick. Secretary
Jetter*ouisn General Committee concurring. Charier
Nearx, Cliairuian. Coinellus t'rumn, Secretary.
A meeting ok the seventh ward inde*
pendent Club xxlll Or Held at 173 Madtaou aruet,ae
Tuesday evening, Oct 28. By m der of
.. . WILLIAM MAllER, Chairman.
Jon* H. Lawar, Secretary.
E10HTII CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
UNION FOit TIIK SAKE OF THE UNION.
TAMMANY CONVENTION.
At a meeting nf the Cunveiitiou for the Eighth Congres
aiouat dmtriet, elect, d under the call ol the lieui-ral Com
miuee ai 'i'a-uiuany Hall. b--ld at Hibhard A Cornell's, cor
ner uf Thirty-net oud m reel aud Fmi.th avenue, ou Friday
evening, October 17,
NEISON J. WATERBURT,
having received a inaiority of the volea on the first ballot,
was declared the uotiiiuec of the democratic parly for Ooul
gresa. and, on mollun, the uotnlnatiou was male unanimous
A Committee was appointed to inform the Motart Conven
tion oi the action taken by ibis Convention, w hereupon the
Mn7art Convention appealed In a body, and announced they
had continued and ratified the nomination made by this
C mention. The members of the Conventions then gars
three cbeera for the rfbmlnse, and thereupon adjourned
_ DANIEL W CLARKE "
Chairman Tammany Convenuon.
JOH* It. HATWARP, tfUrralaeia.
Biimm K. M wht, i s*cr,lArlM.
MOZART CONVENTION.
At a meeting ol the Morart Convention, lor the Eighth
Congresglonal district, h,-ld at Hlbbard A Cornell's, corner
of Tbirty-seoond street and Fonnh avenue, on Friday even,
log, October 17, a committee front theTammany Convention
appeared and announced that that Convention had unani
mously nominated
NELSON J. WATERBORY
aa the democratic candidate lor Congress, whereupon It wis
unanimously
Resolved, That said nomination be confirmed and ratified
by this Convention.
Tills Convention then proceeded in a body to unite with
tbe Tammany Convention.
MORGAN L, Harris Chairman Moiart Convention.
CiiARLgs B CoiNKLt, Secretary.
JEFFERSON I AN CONVENTION.
Of the JEFFEKSONIAN DEMOCRATIC
t/OMENTION for the Eighth Congressional District, held
at Ihc Nationsl. Third avenue, uear Thirty fifth street on
hrid ty evening. October 24.
NELSON J. WATERRURY
was unanimously nominated, by acclamation, as the demo
crattc . andiuate tor Cuiigtcss in the Eighth district.
A committee was ibercfore appointed to inform Judge
W ileihtnyo: hi* nominal,oo. They returned, accompanied
by the nominee, who addressed the Convention, and suited
that, having been nominated by every demociatlc organisa
tion in the d-stilcl, he cbeeriully .oosented i? become the
catnlulatH of the democratic party at this important election.
JAMES IRVING, CI. airman Jefferson Ian Convention
John Elder. Jr., Secretary.
H
ON. JAMES T. BRADY
will --peak on
MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 27,
at 932 Broadway, corner Twenty second street.
M
OZART AND JEKFERSONIAN
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.
TOR ASSEMBLY?'TWELFTH DISTRICT,
MAJtgR PETER BOWE.
pOLITICAL FIREWORKS.
TORCHES?Brilliant Colors. *
ROMAN t ANDLES?Do. do.
ROCKETS?Do. do.
FLAGS AND LANTERNS.
Constantly on hand a good assortment for supplying do.
lineal clubs. FUNSTON A SCOFIELD.
62 John street
PE?pLE S UNTON NOMINATION?TWENTY-SECOND
Ward?Thirteenth Aftftembly District.
For A.-seiiibly,
EDWARD TIMi'SON.
POLITICAL PRINTING,
weJ1. ? 1 from $10 a 1,000 tipwarda.
ncKETs, from 2fte. a I Out) upwards. Curb Slips Ac Ac
CHRISTOPHER. -MOON A SK1PPE.N. 10)Nassau street/
Regular jekfersonian and democratic
Union nominal iuo for Ktprrurinative iu Congress,
f ilth district, Seventh. Tenth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth
wards, Cs; tain JOHN DUFFY, Sixth-ninth regiment.
SEYMOUR AND VICTORY.-AT A MEETING OP THE
National Democratic Union Convcolion. held at Hie
rrescotl lion*-, corner or Bruadwav and Spr.ng street, on
Friday evening. Oct. 24, W. L. Ellsworth was unanimously
nominated for represeulalive to Congiess from the Fourth
Con-ressinual districts and a committee appointed to use
every means to aecttrc hta election. The meeting was then
adjourned By order. ANDREW ROGERS, Chairman.
W M. M. rALI.OfC. t c . .
pHiLLir II. Macdirr, J ?*creUrie*.
SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
(NINTH. FIFTF-ENTH AND SIXTEENTH WARDS )
PEOPLE S UNION CANDIDATE wa"U3 j
FOR CONGRESS.
ORISON BLUNT.
UN'?N DEMOCRATIC RATIFICATION MEETING ?
The democracy of the city and countv of New York and
all W ho are m tavorol the constitution as it Is anil the Union
as it was, a: .1 who are in lavorof maintaining thelntegiltv
of lha government by all legitimate Dnd const.uitkmal
mrans. art* invited to attend a
MAS8 MEETING TO BeTiELD IN THE PARK.
IN front op tammant hall,
Tuesday evening. October 28, at seven o'cl.vk, fjrihe pur
pose ol ratifying tbe Union Democratic Stale and Couuty
Ticket.
The I..Ill,wing speakers will address the meeting-?
n.Ol. Antasa J. Parker. Hon Charles O'Conor.
Hon. John Van Burcn. Hon. Jam. s Hruoks.
lli'tt. Jntif.T Brady. Hon. Wni. M-Mousy.
H?n. Fernando Wood Hon. John K.-lty
Hon. Richard O'Gortnan. Itnu. Ilota.-e F. Clark.
Ritas P. Nortou. Esq. Hon. John McKeoa
Isaiah Ry nders, E*j. Hon Luke F. t O'stts.
Samuel B Oars in. E?q. Hon. Gilbert Dean
Mas Goepit. Esq. Hon. ThomasC. Fields.
John h. It mill, Esq. lion. Then. E. Tomlluson.
gc R. B IP a ff.trd Dr. Julius Kotn.
BENJAMIN KAI, Cliairmau General Committee Morart
Hull.
ELIJAH F. Pl'RDY. Chairman General Committee Tam
many Hail.
JOI*t COMMUTES or ASRAROKMSSTS.
Isaiah Render-. Morgan L. Harris.
James Lynch. John Y. Savage. Jr.
Pe er B. Sweeney. F R. A. Boole.
Fernando Womb Cleurge C. Genet.
Charles O. Cornell. Toren. m Farley.
Benjamin Rsy. Daniel Hughes.
In case of unfavorable weather tbe meeting will be held in
Tammany Hall.
u
NION AND REPUBLICAN NOMINATION.
For Surrogate,
GABRIEL VAN COTT.
CfTU CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
t (Ninth. Fifteenth and Sixteenth wards.)
CONSTITUTIONAL union nomination.
RLI p. NORTON.
_ . _ _ WM. CIIAUNCEY, Chairman.
B. J. Baows, Secretary.
lOTH WARD INDEPENDENT DEMOCRATIC COM*
mittee?According to a call. Ibis Committee asaemhled
.#STra,,,"t ? ?? N Rrelt's. corner or 125th street
and Mloomlngdale road. Manhallanvilla. for the purpose of
uniting the different fraction* into one ward committee. On
motion or Mr. Genet (hat a Preeldent be elected to preside
In this ward, aud three Vice Presidents over the different
Brta In this ward, which waa carried unanimously, the loi
vlng offl. era were elected .-J. Roaenhourg, Pieatdent; P.
Schmidt, Secretary: L. Brost, Treasurer.
OATH WARD DEMOCRATIC FN ION
Lo SEYMOUR CLI B.
The regular weekly meeting or this club will beheld
at their r-oins. Lamartlne Hall, corner of Twentv-nlnth
etieet ami Eighth avenue, on Monday evening, the 27i'h i-.at
at S o'clock. Em-nanl speakers have been Invited to aih real
the meeting. JOHN DEaBBOUN. President.
Taoas* J Hall.)
Wb Mi Lilus, 5 Secretariat.
Wa. Baonaiec. )
OOD WARD.-THE SEVERAL SEYMOUR CLUBS OF
AJAs the Tweaiy.aecond ward are requested to meet at tbe
Broadway Cottage, corner of Broadway and Foity.second
?treat, on MONDAY evening, Oct. 27, at 8 o'clock, to unite In
proceielon and proceed to the meeting at Landmea'e Hamil
ton Park, corner of Third avenue end Billy-ninth street to
ratify the nntnlDatioos of
HORATIO SEYMOUR, for Governor,
end
ANSON MERRICK, for Congress
in the Ninth district.
WILLIAM TURNER. )
WILLIAM SKKBACit, > Chairmen.
FRANCIS WINTER. )
Cntni.vs CaargKLL, i
Mstiiiai Goktbkl, jSecretaries,
Poarua Hcnoi.l, )
M18( KLLANKOUI,
Diamond, old gold and silvbr.?ladies or
geiitb-raen hying Old Gold, Silver or Diamonds to aell,
v' ? ,!*, ^UIS ANKICH, 7a Broadway, undri the New
York llelvl. can aell better than at any other place In the
city. He offer* to i-eg the highest price? twenty per cent
more than any other petaen, and pays In city money, with
KUmKr.? I-e?h?^
Direction labels and taob-all kind#.
white and coloi*d, printed and^ plain In ooantlttes to
stilt pitrcbaaer*. at VI( TOR E. MAUGER 8, lit Chambers
INDIAN riOCRBS-NALE AND FBMALB. AT NO~M2
1 Elm etreei, cheap. One female, fine form.
warble mantels.?mantels sold at aston
M. Ishlngly lew prices at KLABER'BlIarble Tarda, 10$
East Eighteenth street, near Third avenue, and M First ave
nue, near Third street, New York. Meatei* put up la aar
part of thsoonutry 1
MRS. E. MORRIS.?CU8TON SHIRTS TO ORDRiTat
her new tarnation, No. 4 Amity street, where she will be
thankful far shy patronage she assy receive trim her friend*
and riiatMnert. The only place la the Ity where the Bi
eelaier Shirt Bosom end wristband can he had. Ma. d Amity
street.
TIT ANTED?A SINGLE NRTURN FLUB BOILF.R FOR A
YT Steamboat, It must be In good order, from ID to $fi feet
Iom. and from ? to f f*-t in dlitneter. Address with price
end where It can he seen. Jamee Wilson. 88 Jackson at.
WANTED-A COLLECTION OF UNITED STATES
plete riaaopt, if possible com
' 1 nEWpiiBua^idilf
BOCCACCIO'S DKCAMBK0N.-"THE GAVErT LITE
rary fras; ihat aver regaled human taste." New and
| beautiful edition, with eighteen tied engravings, bent Ity
I mail, carefully scaled from impr.rtiueul curiosity-postage
i free, for ft, by the puhUther.C. BLAXCIIAKD. ?> Ann
street. r
T>ARK. AND VALUABLE LONDON BOOKS.
The subscriber it now opening * fr-?sh Invoice of Book*.
Ju?l reset' rd rrotn Lomtee, both new and oW. some of whkh
ar? rare ami ralitehle, anil Is telling them at very lew nrlce*.
Tee lowest cash price hi mnr'.rd "pen rgch ,m?-. The
, pi . - ?r* rs ? i-' -ni-i. tevlted to -vllar.il ex-imlur thein.
I T. W. RI'.I'-tE
tn-| of ci of f no-Ion ft cot a,
IU FmIiob street, op autre.
DRY GOOD*.
At m. t. mooiNS', y? hi vrii avkn' e
Tt.? oalv complete Ifillll
only complete lfillln?iy e-tahllshni?iit in the
United Stales, ? here every article uppertaining te the Milli
nery trade can be bad, and at the lowest prices.
FEATHERR, the largest and cheapest stock In this city
at HIGGIN'8'. 126 Sixth avenue.
FLOWERS, by the apray, bunrh or box. verv cheap,
at H1GUINS', lib Sum avenue.
RIBBONS, from the late auction sales,
at IIIur,IN8', 126 811th avenue.
VELVETS, every color, all shades of drabs,
at HIOOINS . 120 Sixth avenue.
VELVET RIBBONS, all colors, ull sha.los, all widths.
at HIGOIN8', l.'?8inh avenue.
FELT and BEAVER BONNETS, flu.-at quality,
at HKIOINS', 12SSixth avenue.
CHILDREN'S HATS A TURBANS, toll and beaver, cheap,
at HIUUINS'. 126 8lnh avenue.
BONNETS, ready and made and trunmed to order.
at IIIGGINS', 126 Sixth avenue.
N. R ?We rail particular attention to onr immonae stock
of VELI'ET RIBBONS, which ta positively the largest and
best tin-ortcd in this city, comprising black and black with
colore,l edges colored and feathered edged, of all widths, co
lors and all.idea
Dreutmakeia u ill be aure to find here the width aad shad#
they require.
F?anther* the richest and falreat,
E?vcr varied In color and hue;
A?nd Feathers the cheapest and rarel^
T? hereall iii the Slith avenue.
H?Iggina can make up a Bonnet,
E?ntirely beating Broadway.
K?ememher. depend yon upon It.
B?uch bargain a are not every day.
Milliners vialtlng the elly will anve money If the* hut look
at our goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. We
sell Millinery goods of all kinds much cheaper than ang
down town jobbing house. Half pieoea of ribbon and half
or tiowara sold at the same low rate as by tho
benches
piece or carton..
The cars leave from the Astor House and Canal street
every ttvo minutes and pats by the door. N. B.?Till the
conductor to let you uut at Tenth street. Cut this out.
M. T. HIOOINS.
126 8lith avenue, two doors from Tenth street
AUTOMN FASHIONS.
WHERE TO FIND THEM.
Fair Autumn has come in her beauty,
With garments ol russet and gold,
And hung all the vines and the branches
With treasures that's fair to behold
The bilghlcsl ol nature's fair daughters,
She tri|ia through the country and town.
And tints all the leaves, like an artist.
With scarlet, and crimson aod brown.
And yet we all know that her presence
Bui I eralda In Winter's cold reign.
That the snow, and the aleet, and tbe tempt*!.
Will come In their fury again I
We knotv Ibai the garment that clothed Ug
When sweet rosy Summer held away,
Willi a sigh of regret must he folded,
Aud, perhaps, with a tear, laid away I
"Then what shall we dot" sighs the matron,
"For we shall have double to pay "
Oh no mv dear friend, you're mistaken,
For HUBERTS still lives, an lliey say.
His store, now enlarged and rcltued,
Aud filled with exquisite designs,
Well deserves to be chMeiied a I'alace,
For it uiauy a palace outshines.
Though ROBERTS has made auch improvement^
In i rices lie's made no advame,
And bis goods are the linest and cheapest
As one may well ace at a glance
Ilia elegant cloaks?one must see them
To value then beauty and grace?
And if vou'd do well with your money,
Ta o lift} -iwo Bowery's the place I
A SPLENDID VARIETY OF
(CLOAKS, SACOl'ES. MANTLES AND
SHAWLS.
IN ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS,
AND AT PRICES
UNUSUALLY LOW FOR THE TIMES.
CRYSTAL I'ALACE EMPORIUM.
232 BOWERY.
W R. ROBERTS.
Attiie sixth avenue cheap store
We are selling Hosiery, Undershirts, Drawers, Hood*.
Nubias, Soutags, Gloves, Mothers, Neck Ties. Handkerchiefs,
Ribbons. Triiumiugs, Muslins, Linings; small Wares, Spool
Cotton. Ac.,
nt 25 per csnt under Broadway prices.
Ladles Merino undergarments, a full line, at old prices.
Men a Merino Undershirts aud Drawers, a l ull line, at all
pm es.
Olnld?' Merino Undershirts, all sires, very low.
Ladles', men's and children's Merino and Cotton Hosiery
Of every kind.
Children's tsncy Wool Hose. Skating Caps, Ac.
All kinds of Gloves lor ladies, children and men, cheap.
A large assortment of Hood Nubias and Bon tags, elioloa
colors.
Children's while Wool Gaiters, Hoods, Mitts, Ac.
A full line ol plain Linen and hemstitch lldkfs.
Embroideries, Luces Editings, I user tings. Veils, Ac.
Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons, all widtba and colon,
cheap.
A large lot of black and colored Velvet Ribbons from
auction.
IN SMALL WARE8. TRIMMINGS. AC.,
WO have the largest and cheapest assortment up town.
3,000dozen beat 200yards Spool Cotton, Sc.; 1,000 doien
two lor 3c.
Best Pins Sr. paper; very best Needles, 4c. paper.
Hair Brushes, Combs, Pomades, Soaps, Buttons, and AU
Other goods io our line equally low.
Goods from auction every day.
RONALDSON A MEARE8,
corner of Nineteenth street and Sisth|avenue,
j^RNOLD, CONSTABLE A CO.,
An now offering, at Keiail, a large assortment of
PLAIN AND FANCY BEAVERS.
SUITABLE FOR
CLOAKIKOS.
FRENCH HABIT CLOTHS,
fit ALL THE MOST DESIRABLE COLORS,
FRENCH. ENGLISH AND GERMAN CASSlMEREff,
AND
A GREAtTaRIETY OF
TWEEDS, KERSEYS, AC*
FOR BOYS' WEAR.
CANAL STREET, CORNER OF MERCER.
AT LEG RAIN'S.
BIO EXTRA RICH SILKS for dresses, of the best
make and richest designs. The dresa which cost, to Import,
from $Ctl to Ski. will he offered at
$42.
18 CASES NEW SILKS, Just received.
Good BLACK elLKS ?t2S per rent under market value.
Extra rich Figured Oitomsns, Velours and Poplins.
Plain Empress Ololh and Ottoman, front 75 centa to $2 per
yard.
100 p'eces Velvetine nt 20cents, worth 30 cents.
Mint desirable Planted Woollens, for children.
100 pb - Queen's Cloth, 1)4 yard wide, a most excellent
hi v material I'or braided dt > not to be found in
iny other stin in' < ity.
BALMORAL SKIRTS.
MOURNING GOODS sold this season without profit.
(29 Broadway, corner of Wkvrrley place.
near New York Hotel
AT. STEWART A CO..
? Being obliged |o postpone the
REMOVAL OP THEIR RETAIL DEPARTMENT
until the
EARLY PART OF NEXT MONTH,
will continue to offer
VERY OREAT INDUCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS.
Io close their present retail slock, which comprises a large
assortment or the newest and handsomest
DRESS GOODS.
EM ni'.OI DKRFE8. LACES.
KIlAWLB. cloaks.
HOSIERY, GLOVES,
and Housekeeping Goods generally.
Broadway, Chamber* sad Reede streets.
AT GRAND STREET CHEAP STORE.
AUCTION PI RCHA8K8
UNUSUALLY LARGE.
Comprising really cheap Goods In every department
RIBBONS RIBBONS. RIBBONS.
Notwithstanding Increased duties and eschaage. positively
below last year's prices
Magnificent styles la Paris Bonnet Ribbons, 18. 89, 31 and
44 cents per yard.
Wide rich Velvet Ribbons, every color, 37)4, 44 and Mcenls
per yard, being less than half the rost or importation
In all over TEN THOUSAND PIECES OF NEW RICH
PARIS BOB NET RIBBONS, reed r lor inspe<tlnn on Mon
day, October S7. BDWARD RIDLEY.
SII and 311)6 Orand street.
Fifth black east from the Bowery.
A T GRAND STREET CHEAP STORE.
A COLORED and BLACK SILK BONNET VELVETS,
from tl 60 per yard upwards.
BILKS. ROYAL and UNCUT VELVETS. LACES and
every description of Millinery gooda, without advance upon
^LIoe'oMfilARLBT 8ILK VELVETS, from $2 28 per yard.
NEW FEATHERS AND ^LOWERS.
Largest stock In the ctly.
EDWARD RIDLEY,
311 and 3IIM Grand street.
Enlrsnos to this department 68 Allen street,
flfih block east from the Bowery.
AT GRAND STREET CHEAP STORE
PURCHASED AT 60 CENTS ON
THE DOLLAR
JOBBERS' STOCK el EMBROIDERED COLLARS and
8ETS.
JOBBERS' STOCK of FRENCH and SCOTCH BANDS.
JOBBERS' STOCK of PLAIN and EMRKOlDKKKD
H AN DKEROHIKF8
JOBBERS STOCK ef EDGINGS and IN8ERTING9.
LACE VEILS, Ac.
NEW DESIGNS In LINEN COLLARS and SETS.
FULL LINES of KID and FALL uLOVhS.
HOSIERY UNDER REGULAR PRICKS.
EDWARD RIDLEY.
311 and IIIM GRAND STREET,
Filth bUKh east from the Bowery.
A T'ORAKD STREET CHEAP STORE.
A NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS TO DAY.
Over live thousand pieces of colored and black 8ILK
VELVET RIBBONS, at 3t,30and 44 rents the pleee, less
than the Half Regular Prices. "Examine."
Three thousand pieces of colored SILK QALOONB for
Dress Bindings, si 14 rents per piece?from Auction?Bar
lest brands In BLACK SILK RIBBON VELVETS, from
?row to bronde*t widths.
IARLY SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF
TR1MM1NOS. BELOW HALF PRICE,
ALL AUCTION PURCHASESt
BDWARD RIDLEY,
311 and 3IIM Grand street
Bntraere In thin department M Allen street
Fifth block east from lbs Bowary.
AT GRAND STREET CHEAP STORE,
A BONNET ROOMS FILLED WITH
PELT, BEAVER and STRAW BONNETS and BLOOMERS,
both Drab and Black, running from 26c. to $5 eaeh.
Also, abeautlfnl ainck of Ladles' and Mlsoea' Woolleu Hoods,
Boi tags. Skating Laps, Ac . Ac., cheap.
liliWARIl RIDLEY,
811 and 311)6 Grand street.
Entrance to this deparimrnl, <Mi Allen sirevi,
Fifth block east trom the Bowtry,
J MALLET. 13 CLINTON PLACE. HAS RECEIVED
, by the li?i steamer, a I n urtnrtnietit of Bonfiet
pru nes, cnt and uncut Velvet, Ribbcns, Artificial Flowers,
Blondes, Ac.
Brcokfast and Drees Cats. Lingerie,
COSTUMES I OR CHILDREN,
t MANY ILLY AND Vl JI PURE LACES,
and articles cr novelty, all ?f which are or the laiesl fashion
AXSIINhTEK. AHBUBKON, MOOUETIH.
WILTON, \K1.VKT, BRUbsht.M. TAPESTRY
BRI'SeKLH. THRKH-PLY, KX nCPKRFINR
INGRAIN CARPETS, DRUOUET8. RUGS.
Mil it. OILCLoTIIS. AC., AC.
At ihe lowest market prFe*
A T. STEWART $ CO.
DHY GOODS.
AT IJK PK ROEV \ i S 657 H ROADWAY.
All kind* of I'll litr ?'s Cloak*. Ihwu. Blanket*.
8a ka, I'oii' in. CtuiAHli. Jntuiilk W net*. A noli*. Kiln,
Babied-, Ar , t> ; liiri'ilji Connote* Ladifts' jui'irotderod
Chemise* and Nightgown Yok? *, lad,-a r**gy made Under
garment*. Huteu Handkerchief* Ac
I nil in Ik ami liuiini ArniM ciuhioideied oil hn ndkercblefa.
In Ne lint n and lied clothe*. Bui,line. Conoo ?k I sub Kin
broidci i*? made in or n*r. Stamping lor emmm-ieoe* and
braiding ? xecuu d pei lc< i:y.
At mr? oayxoh'8 paris eoNHT and skirt
ealaMialnni'iit?Nch uud ?i*gaol iiyiu |?kl re elvei
which, w uh goods un hand. ?ill !>?? mid nil ih-1Mb of f t?
MlW a' the oi l prteaa. h i Broadway MM Uniou square.
JJAKGAINS EXTRAORDINARY
REAL POINT APPLIQUE LAOES-Tfic . $1. $1 ft, $1 60.
$1 75. $3, $2 51). $3 and $3 fill; warranted ai loaa ibao bat/
priori. Alao >*ill open on Monday, Oct. 27,
A niagnih. rut assortment ol
. REAL BLACK THREAD l.ACE VEILS,
very choke liooi $2 24 ..p to $40
BLACK THREAD. UUiPUKB AND FRENCH LACES,
_ _ COIFFURES AND HaRBES
Real Poin t Law Collar*, from $1 .Ml itnn upward*
Guipure. Thread and Vairuoieniira Ceiiark and Seta,
1.0U9 pieces Valenct i.ue* Licm. all widili*.
Rial Lace and French ? ininoidorrd Handkerchief*. MC
My lea, together iviiIi a full Assortment of every ..ind uf
lacks and embroideries.
All at ramartably tow price*
K WILLIAMS A CO , 429 Broadway
B
LANKET8 AND FLANNELS
A large and superior stock
JUST RECEIVED, AND WILL BK OFFERED A*
MODERATE PRICES, ON
MONDAY. OCT. tl.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE A CO.
Canal air tat, corner of Mercer.
Bankrupt stock op zephyr worsted-an
importer's stock nf over 10,nun pounds, cboico coiora,
finest quality, at !?*? than la?l year's prices Also a largo
(took of Saxony Vnrm Jouvin A Co s genuine Kid Qla*?a.
warranted, at ELUER'S, 8W1 and 882 Broadway
qloaeb, CLOAKS. CLOAKS
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
MEW and fashionable styles.
CLOAKS ill $5and $6,
CLOAKS at $7 and $8.
CLOAKS at $3 and $9.
CLOAKS at fill and Sll.
fCLOAKS at $12 to $26
CLOAKS 28 to 40 PER CENT
cheaper than Broadway stores.
Ladles please examine our garments In atyle, quality
and manufacture we guarantee them rnual to any In the
city. W K. PEYTON,
Cloak niHiiufaclurer,
274 Bowery, uuar Houston etieet.
QL0AK8 AND MANTILLAS
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE ft CO ,
HAVE NOW OPEN. AT RETAIL, THEIR FULL STOCK
OF THE ABOVE OOODB.
ALSO,
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OP
INDM CAMEL S HAIR SHAWLS
AND SCARFS
Cauai street-corner of Mercer.
CHARLOTTE O. SMITH
HaS OPENED
IIKH
PALL AND WINTER FASHIONS
IN
VELVET, SILK AND CLOTH CLOAKS.
THE LATEST PARISIAN STYLES.
Also, a large assortment ol' her own manufacture now
ready.
1,142 Broadway, corner of Twenty-stub atresL
Charlotte a. smith
n as
JUST RECEIVED
PARIS CLOAKS FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN.
1,142 Broadway, roruer of Tweuty-iixlb street.
CAMEL HAIR SHAWLS.
FURS.
ALL KINDS LACES,
bought for cash by LOUIS ANRICH. 723 Broadway.
J^RESS SILKS FROM AUCTION.
CHOICE WINTER STYLESI
Just received.
LORD A TAYLOR
WlSfpM A floe assortment of tbe above
AT RETAIL,
ON MONDAY OCTOBER 27.
461 to 467 Broadway, corner Of Grand itrcei.
255 10 261 Grand SI net.
47 and 49 Catharine street.
D
RESS GOODS.
NOW OPEN. A SPLENDID STOCK
Of all (be Latest Novelties irororieil for the season.
FRENCH MER1NOBB. OTTOMAN*, BMI'REKS CLOTHS,
FLAID aud P.Ro.'IlK VELOURS, TURIN CLi'TlIS,
SAXONY PLAIDS ALPACAS. BOMBAZINES,
CANTON CLOTHS.
ALSO.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF MOURNING CLOAKS AND
DRESS i.OODS
ALSO.
FROM AUCTION. A LARUE LOT OP
\ SAknNV DHKS* i.OODS
From 122.0. to 20c. per v i* f.
* 7. K. PEYTON.
K 274 Bowery.
Embboideri.no in gold, silk or cotton -
Stamping lor embroidery In the moat artistic manner.
Initial. i<n>t devices worked on hutulkeicliiet*. lied ami iah!e
linen Embroidery frame* for ?ale cheap. Ferwuit wii'- an
to have marking ami ?lcsisulng for braid work or einbroidrrv,
are Invited to call. >libury ornament* made to order.
Bumped good* Wholesale and retail.
MMK I'ETKRH-'IIEN, MB Fourth at reel.
I1LEOANT AXMINSTER AND AUBUSSON CARPETS,
1J in one n ere. wi ll BOltllEKbfaml M KDALLKiN CEN
TRES. will be offered al OLD I'KU'ES during toe n -xi ten
daya, TO CLOSE, prior lo REMOVAL to Biomlway and
Tenth street. A. T. STEWART a CO.
EHKS, KLll\ PURS, FURS.
A. MAWSON'S
GREAT EASTERN EUR DEPOT
No. 9R Bowery, aerentli ''nor abflvo Heater afreet. Thla
MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT offers for sale at low price*
an elegant and extensive .br-k of fashionable ami well inade
Ladlra' and Cbildrrn'a Cape*. Collara, Mulls. Ac., Ac.
Uentlemen*' Moltlera, Ulovea. Rubra. Ac.. Ac., all of wh cb
will be retailed lor Cash, at low wholesale prices, this large
atock MUST RE SOLD.
N. B Country mrr hams hnd Jobbers wdl Ond It to their
advantage 10 < all.
Great baroainr in silks to close -too pieces
PLAID AND CHECKED SILKS, 74c ; value $1 per
yard.
IM PIECES FANCY DRESS SILK, ?1; ralue $1 24.
Ml ?? MOIRE ANTIQUE, URUCIIK AND FA
CONNE SILKS, greatly below their prcrent value.
A. T. STEWART A CO.
INDIA SHAWLS.?REAL IEDIA CAMEL'S HAIR
Shawl* at low prices, also black Embro derrd Square
Shawls, with and without lace, or very One qualiliaa.
.1 RI'SSELL 2.12 WooMcr at. seeoiid door below Amity.
Lacks.
REAL CHANTILLT BLACK GUIPURE,
APPLICATION DE MRUXELLF.S, KLOl NCINOS,
EDGINGS AND IM8ERTINGS.
The stock ol an Importer, amounting to $4(1.000. and onr
on n Lacs stock, together about f 75.1*0, to ha sold belors tha
end or
THIS SEASON.
This I* an axeellent opportunity to select In advance black
or white Hbawls, 8<?rl? Plounere and Seta lor
WEDDING PRESENTS.
"Point de Venice" Bat* from $12 to $200.
N. B ? Merchants will DdU It to their Interest to SCO this
atock before buying from Importers.
No credit given.
LKGRAiN, No. T29 Broadway.
Corner of Waverley place and near New York HotoL
^jOURNINO DRESS GOODS.
ARNOLD CONSTABLE A CO.
Hkvo now epea a very full
STOCK OF THE ABOVE GOODS.
t anal street, corner of Mercer.
Mme r. PINCHON.
Having retncued from Paris,
HAS NOW OPENED
ma
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS
VELVET, SILK AND CLOTH
CLOAKS,
to which oho InvMos tha attention of her custom era.
44 Bi'-fCker street.
Mourning hats,
CLOAKS.
SHAWLS. __
DRESSES, AC., AO.
MEW YORK MOURNING STORK.
OS BROADWAY.
M . A A. I TIES A CO_
Madams nourit, as rlbbcker istseet, rear
Broadway.
Respectfully Inform* the ladles of Nrw York that (tie baa
latr y returned from Frame wlih a largo and beautiful.aa
WINTER BONNETS AND HEADDRESSES,
SELECTBD BY HEHSBLE. _____
ILLINRRS AND COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS
CAN PURCHASE FOR CASH. AT
GRAND STREET CHBAP STORE,
Cut length* of Millinery Guide cheaper than Jobber* eell
whole pieces,
?10 |cartooe of French Flan era, from lie. to 40c. the booth)
not one fourth original coat.
OvtrlOOeMta Felt, Braver and Blraw Bnnaetaaod Bleom
era, ausatsbed to be sold cheap.
CALL.
EDWARD RMlLRY,
lit and IUK Grand street and 04 A.lrn street,
bfth block east 11oni Ike Bowery.
NO ADVAECR-NO ADVA NCR
IN PRICKS.
ALL IMPORTED DRESS GOODS
SOLD AT AS LOW PRICES
AS WERE EVER OFFERED IN NEW YORK;
and the assortment.
Ftom la. A* tot*, s vard,
IB the LARGEST EVER O'XKKED AT RRTAIL IM
TIIB CITY. .
2,500 yards double width Mohair*, al 1*. M.
4,**iu do rlaid Matins*. St la Al.
6. kiO do. olald Montehellaa. at la 9d,
4,Md) da. Iroehe FIc iieiie. at 2*
k.X .1 do. Velours t'evi'MS at 2*. Jt.
J.tW do Velours Stan Inaa. ,i 2?. Sd.
AI.SO
A large n.artlilieol of
POFLINA, OTTOMANS, i KKNi II MRRINOS. Ac.
CRYSTAL PALACE EMPORIUM OF PAMil ?M,
24'.' B'i<e r,
W. R ROB K B I S.
Din coons.
MAD?ME JAUBKPT II V- JUHr KI I'I vro I ROM
!'?' <?1'? pat tenia ami bnudaoiin W'vet r.utbs ao i
C uak-.
OAK MALL
CLOTHING HOI SB.
K moved to
M2 FUI.JON STREET,
IU FULTON 81 REE r,
143 Fl'LTON HTRl-.k I'.
near Bruadway.
N3W, LARGS AND SPLENDID RfcR
OF MEN 8. FOVR vol HIS
AND i HILDEEN S CLOTHING.
THEODORE H H DKUKOif
pAKH DKE98 GOODS
OTTOMANS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, PLA10S, A Ik,
Received par !at? arrivals, wut >>e opced At relAll OS
MONDAY.' '-!7~TH INST
ARNOLD. ToNiTABLE A 90.,
Canal street corner of Mereef
IPC PL'LA II TRADE
I 600 PIECES FANCY DRKM POPLINS
AND El'l NOLI NFS. M> car yard; value 73*
All new au.l destiallc elytra
Alao. large addition* will tie mailt mom " ire of
ALL WOOL. 1'AIIIS PRINTED DELAINES,
Ai per yam. ruin* ftRc
a r sikw \kr a co.
Ribbons.
ribbons
RIBHONS
CLOSING OL'T sale.
RIOT or REMNANTS at HALF PRICE.
J B BLUXOME.
I ll; Htuadway,
Corner o* Twenty flfm street, oppoalie Maditoo Park.
RICH LACES AND NEW EMBROIDERIES,
JUST RECEIVED HY
MILLER A GRANT. 71)3 BROADWAY,
Are near on exhibition, Illnck Chiuilllly Points. 'iiosur
{?assed m style III ark Tlin ail Veila I ruin $1 up, at lea* Ihao
aal year's pricce, Poini Jelaol a new description, aud many
oibcr desirable good*
R
EAL INDIA CAMELS' IIAIK
SHAWLS, SCARFS AND TIES,
Oreatly below their value.
Pi nes I ruin S3 upu arris
A. T NTKWART A CO
STRANG ADRIANCE * CO..
AT NO 3S5 BROADWAY,
Ate oow offering at retail
A LAKGK ASSORTMENT OR
DRESS GOODS,
GREAT BARGAINS,
COMPHIMNO
VEI.OI'R OTTOMANS IN ALL COLORS,
HBOCME VK LOCKS, SILK PLAlU-i.
OTTOMANS, I'LAID MERINOEs.
1 n all the new shades of bine and purple u itn a large assort
ment of new
DRESS GOODS.
Jul! arrived by ttie la at aieamer.
WO STRIPED BROCHE LONO AND 8QUARH
8WAWL8.
From low price to aupertlne.
a LAO.
A targe ssmrtment of
PARIS L0NS AND SyVARK CASHMERE SHAWLS.
And all llieinnw patterns unit odors of
WOOL SHAWLS.
LONG AND 8Ql'ARIi INDIA SHAWLS,
At great bargains, io itu.e an Invoice
SAM I'EL TL'CK,
727 BROADWAY,
CORNER OF WAVERLEY PLACE,
la now opening a fresli stock ol
WOOLLEN GOODS.
Consisting of Nubias, liun.ia, Snutags. Scarfs, Jaeketa,
8avi|ues, Gloves. Mitt*, Legging- to. Alao % full assortment
^ PINE WOOLLEN HOSIERY.
A graat variety ol French ami Swiss
NEEDLEWORK COLLARS AND SETS.
Real Lace,, Lace Velio. Embroideries, Ribbons, Flowers,
Feathers,
DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS.
GENTS' JOUVIN ALEXANDRE'S KID GLOVES.
REAL PARIS KID GLOVES, 7ft CENTS.
Com as In sbell, gilt, Ivory and coral.
GENERAL FANCY GOODS
TUCK'S, cornar <>l Waverley place ami Broadway.
?' " - Vol
Under New York Hotel.
SOLOMON k HART.
3l,9 BROADWAY.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS
of nil kinds or
CURTAIN GOODS. FURNITURE COVERINGS,
UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS,
and every style of Window Shades,
call tbe attemlun o: the wholera:? trade io Ihelr stock ol
these good*, which la Ihe larg?*t in the market, and which
Ibey oil er for'caah n nd abort time,
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICKS.
OOLOMON A HART.
369 BROADWAY.
PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERERS,
are aow offering to retail buyera tbe moat eatenalva stock of
" Mill""""' """ "
LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS,
hod every stvle of
HEAVY CURTAIN GOODS,
CORNICES AND TRIMMINGS,
aver before displayed In thlanlty.
Tbev are i re pared to esecuie orders for CURTAINS, VAL
LENtES, TENTDREB, K1DKAUX: alao mi
Gill D AND PAINTED WINDOW SHADES,
at a small advance .,u coat prices.
CliLotlON A HART.
369 Broadway,
" DECC
PAPER HANGERS AND DECORATORS
are offering great liiduceiiienta in their *!?>? k of
oiler uv great liuluceuieiila in their apn I of
FRENCH AND AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS,
tvbkh Una aaa-im is miuanally large ami well assorted
They will guarantee that all orders, whether for plant o
decorative vtyb-.a of Paper Hangings, will be eieculed in ui
arilaiif and workmanlike manner.
HOUSEKEEPERS -A T. STEWART A CO OFPEH
1 BARGAINS ill DAMASKS. NAPKINS. TOWKLINGS
SHEET' NG and SHIRTING LINEN'S, hiuwii.and blc .. hed
MUSLINS. A< to ulnae their present R, 'ail St a k. pruvioin
I" ihelr REMOVAL, early neat inouili, io Broadway and
Tenth s'reet.
R
1CH Lai En AND NEW KM It KOI DERI ES,
JUST RECEIVED BY
V LLER A GRANT 7l)3 BROADWAY.
Af now on exhibit,mi. H ack Chant lly Points, unsurpassed
i?W
In style; Black Thread Veils from $3 tip. at leas than last
year's priiea. Point Jets nf a new dea, riplion, and many
other desirab ? Goods.
WINDOW CURTAINS-WINDOW CURTAINS WHICH
bate been nee 1 done up eipial to new, at Mmc. RO
BERTS new eMnhlMiment, on ihe rtver. at VVilliam-bridge
lulrnn . . V!.. r. 17.., . la' I. I. _ 1
Orders taken at Nu ft East Eleteinh street.
1 O CLINTON PLACE?A MALLET
J.O Has received by the hut strainer ? fine assortment of
rich Close and Diets TiHuntings,
Sontuche, Alpaca, Ae,
To wbkb be calla Ihe attention of tbe trade.
OH/I AN0 304 CANAL STREET.
OU4: CLOAKn.
8ACQUES
CIRCULARS,
JACKETS.
_ . MANTILLAS,
In every variety or materials.
THE UNITED STATES CLOAK AND MANTILLA STORE.
2IM and 3ui> Canal slrett.
GEO. CAREY.
Opposite Arnold, Constable A Co.
V. B ??
-MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS IN ALL
SUES
A 77 BROADWAY.
Tl I A treat vailrty of CLOAKS, lint arrived per
aieamer Prr*ia.fron< th* leading MODISTES OK FRANCE,
will be opened for**-- on MONDAY and during this week, at
HOVK8 A LE BATARD S.
477 Broadway,
Third alore from Ubadell, Pleraon k Lake.
DAM I tU ACADEM1KN,
Am dodworth's dancing academism
? TIM F iftn avenue. Mew Tnrk.
137 Mon'ague street Hrouklr u
New Tora Classes on t* EDNKRDAY8 and SATURDAYS.
Brooklyn Clasara on Tl ESDAYHand FKIDAV8.
Morning and afternoon t 'lata, a lor Young Lad ha and Chil
dren. Evi ii ng Class- s :or Gentlemra.
Claaaes n?w 0|ien. Pupils ran commence at any time.
Circulars of la. ma, Ac., may be bad at either arademy.
AT HILLgROVR'8 DANCING ACADRMT, tOt EIGHTH
avenue, near Twenty Brat street, all thenawDaucrS
taught. Clatte* on Monday and Thursday viterimons and
ev. ninga. Pnpiis may commence at any time. (Alt (or
circular. M. B ? A Soiree on Monday evening. Nov 3
AT J. H. TRKNOR'8 PRIVATE DANCING ACADEM'
classes are now open. Wednesdays and Saturdays I
ffft West Thirty fnorth street. New York; Mondoys or
Thursdays it 90 South Eighth street. Brooklyn, E D Claa
e? In the < lty or co untry attended to. Then beautiful bi
rooiua to isl lor ao.roes
BROOKES' DANCING ACADEMY. Ml BROOME 8T
A NEW CI .ASS TOR TUESDAY.
All Ihe fashionable dances In oua course ol lessons.
LADIES meet Tuesdays and Fridays, fromltngP. M.
GENTLEMEN Tuesdays and Fridays. 7K to 10H P. M.
to # P. "
CIIILDREN Wedoesuaya and Saturday*, 3 to ? Km.
LA DIES' Primary Classes Instructed tie Mis. Bruekea.
.SOIREE EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING.
BAI LETMASTfcR DUMAR S DANCING ACADEMY
3A Seventh aventie.cornerThrwenth street.?Lese. nsr.pen
lu the atternnon and every night for children, ladies and
gentlemen Redowa waRa and alt of tbe fashionable danoes
taught perfect in all lessons.
FKKKKRO'B DANCING ACADEMY, M WEST FOUR
leer tb street, la row open for tbe re?eptlon of pupils.
Classes Wednesdays and baiurdaye Private c asses and
? l.oa a ait- nded. Circulars for tarma, 6c., may be bad at
tha itadr-my
NKYEN'8 DANCING ACADEMIES ARE NOW
? open at 136 and ISA Canal Greet, near tbe Buwery, on
Wednesday and Saturday, at VI West Tblny-serood street,
between Histh and Beventh avenues, on Tuesday and Frt
day. and In lleKikeo, 131 and 136 Hudson street, on Monday
and Thin eday, ITem 4 till 10 o'c?erk P. M.
JH. 8FARING h PRIVATE DANCING|ACADRMY. I
. F-rnrth avenue, near Twenty third street?A class I
ladies at 4 for gautlemea at 3 P. M. Claasas formed
other times and yrnaie lessens Io suit applkanta. "
terms plraae apply a? shore.
T A. MACPHKBSON 8 NEXT SOCIAL HOP WU
A . taaepia.0 at hia academy. National Hall, 134 Pi.r
fourth Street, between Klgbih and Ninth avenues, on W.
aeaday eteniug. Or lober W, ISA*. Days of tuNion Wedu
day and Sainmay alierno .na a a,I aremaga. 8ne circular.
t THOMPSON'S DANCING ACADEMY 18 NOW OPF
?I, fur ihe receptiau ol pnpiis, on WeuaesJay and Sam
day evenings, at 707 Bowery. N. R.-S lrse on Mnuda
Nov. 3.
PM KOFBHSOR W 8 BEITS' DANCING ACADEMY. 73
| Varti k "(reel, comer of Canal ?Evening < laaeda for L?
d es end Oertlemen Tuesday and FrMav. and Wednea.
?la> and Semrduy aflernooos fur Chlldrea, tram 4 to 6
o i 'oca. Cirru.art can be obtained by a[ plying nl Ihe acade
my.
PRIVATE DANCING ACADEMY, 86.3 BROADWAY.
JL Prof. HIBVNKO.Iale nl Philadelphia, uullt i
forma hi* patmas and their friends that he win !>?? pres,
at hm selnuei W< dnea lay and Thursday neit, irum 4 In
a eioi k P M., lo receire pupilaaad make ariaagemenl* f
cla??rs. et dgys and l.euis the must suitable for then-.
W IN K. 14 AMD LlltUURt.
IN DP. LAVKDAN, DK8IKING TO CLOSE IP 1113 BU
' * p fieri oil' r* io* *nl> l?t<i whnl** ?!? * Liquor* nl
: xiurrji. a pi' I jr on 11?o !4 Mrivf* n ntt. f?o:n il
i??3 o iiock.
? ILLIRBKT, MC.
I A T KMC, R-oVS, CORNER TWENTY SECOND
1 J\ lr-? t m i Hi\ih aven <1?.iiwi ree- ived. a new and tic
g. .. >4.. in ?{ V--I-. etand Bonnet Ribbons, Drew Trim
f mini ;s. if il Mi 1 linitallou Imh knit En.lirnWT *?*. at fi
ll nfiv . >? | i.. .>1 A hue n-sortment of K d OltWi, on
II tried oi kk. now-il l abaioe pattern* in Point Lw? "**>?
and Collar*; ilm.-h Hurler* latest tesgn . embi'?
deivd Skin Iriminiiii!- it ft) rents per yard, well worth
Si -j ill > lv!>a tiki lino IB nil tin- aim , k1? K< ntag* at
$1 lib $131) Al->6fi-.r Kid Gov.*, 11? Im auction
AT TILMAN.d IMPERIAL FLOWERS. 712 BROAD*
it ?*V ?712? tin- molt bc.utifi mnlfli-ga.it Boniirisj it
ff i ?? i. e.i.
Bonnets.?new styles-traveling bonners,
Otniifii Bonn It, Felt MkMHn, at Ijo-ult *u.P$l e.u-b.
Ghii'lieu's II k itri lai Biiuiieti. Evening ami He rpltun
Bonnet- L, HINNS Millinery, Ml Umnlwuy oppu-i n
Melr po'ltm Hotel -Ml.
Mrs Donovan, no. ? Washington place, re
sp-ritui'.v Inform* I no ladle* ol New Y>>ik that afcc Vlll
open on Thursday, Jtiiii titat , a large and trautiful assort
in. iit in r m? it mier It um-ii mid -.?? ii be told ai Hie iuttit
eanii |ince?
"YTelvetn, velvets velvets
IMromant to manufacture*! OF
FLOWERS. J8WELRV Buxki,
MILLINER?, AC
ARNOLD. Constable a Co ,
Canil street, comet ol Mercet,
Hare iuporietl nut teaton. aud are (striving nj e?rry
Bloamo
FRENCH. GERMAN AND
ENGLISH VELVETS,
Ail thartea ar.d qualities. and will Mil 'o maoulactuirrt .>t
the lowett price* lor earn, and id quantities
to mil Ibrtr requtremenla.
~ " "anippum.
vroriuE -the restrictions on tra'vel haviso
X* lieau removed by order ol Hie War Department patten
gets iibont to visit Europe will no lunger be required in f ri -
vide tQcmselvek u llh passpui is. JOHN G DALE, Ageni.
STEAM WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, TOUCHING AT
Qneei. town. (Cork Harbor )?Tue Liverpool. New Int
and Pin la ii-li I .a Sn-anintnu I 'oiiipany Intend detptli ning
then full paw i ,| Clyde built i on su-ainahlpii at follows ?
K .v N'U VKOO s.itmday Nt>veMb*-ri*
hill N HI) RU.. ..Saturday . November -,
Ant every succeeding Saturday at noon, from pler44N-*ih
river
RATES OK PASSAGE.
FIRST CABIN $.35 STEERAGE ..$'13
Dn to Liiii-Inn '.Nl Do to London !li
Do to Paris . 95 Do. to Carta 41
Do in Hamburg its Do til llambitre ... .10
Passengers also forwarded to lla e, R Rotterdam,
Antwerp. Ac., nl equally low rues
Fare* from Liverpool or Ourenstown?1st cabin, $*6, ii'Ki
and $115. Steerage troin Liverpuol $46. Fr-un tfni-ens
tnwu, $35 Tb- who wi ll lo tend lor ll oir /rienila -an
buy Ucketa here at these rate*
These ateamera u.?uperlor ail <mmodiilni>s lor pas
arngert, are strongly limit In water-light iiuii sections, and
carry piiietii tire annlliilatora. Experienced surgeons ate at
Ini'lieil to each atenmer.
For further infnrinaiion apply In Liverpool to WILLI AM
INM AN, agent, 22 Water street; in Glasgow to ALEX MAL
COLM. Nn .1 St Enoch square, in Queeiiatown to C. A W.
O SEYMOUR A Co.; In London to ElVES A MACKY, 61
King William afreet, In Pant to JULES DKCOI'E. Art Run
None Dunn- ilea Vlctolre*. Place dn la Bourse; in Phtlndei
ph ia to JOHN O. DALE, III Walnut aired, or al the com
pany's offin-s
JOHN O. DALE, agent, 15 Broadway, N. T,
THE BRITISH VND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL
atemnalnps?Between New York and Liverpool, ra ling
Bl Cork llarbor, and between Hostou and Liverpool, calling
al Halii ix and Cork lliiibor.
ASIA, Shannon, In*vca Boston, Wednnadav. OeL 29
A U8TRA L.VSI.VN Cuok, leave* N. York, It ednewLiy, Nov. 5
ARABIA. Sinne, li-uvet Boston, W dnnsday, Nov. 12.
SCOTI A. Judkllia, leaves Nevv York. Wndn-S lay, Nov. 19.
EUROI'A. Mondle, leaves Boston. Weduetday. Nov. *26.
PERSIA, Lull, leave* New York. Wednesday, Dec. 3.
I COM HMV TOkK TO LIVkRrOOI.
Cbi-r cabin nasoage fI5?
Secoipl cabin passage H
rsovi BOSTON TO LIVUKTOOk.
Chief culilu pas age : $125
Recnnrt ctlun pttsage ill!
Bertha not lerured until paltl for.
An expeiu-nc -d surg-on on hoard.
The ownera of thnae ship* will not be accountable for ape
cle or valuable! unless UUa of la-11rag, having the value ev
pies?ed, ?r<- vtKiied therefor.
For free bt oi passage apply to E. CUNAKD, No. 4 Hovvlm -
Uie-'ii,
I1VKRF00L, NEW YORK AND PIII I.ADEU'H IA
J Hivkinsuip Company?I'lii! steamship CITY til-'.MAN
CHESTER will sail from herdnek. pier 44 Norib river, Tor
Liverpool, Wednesday, October 29. as amuxna -lep
JOHN G. DALE. Agent.
OTEAM TO LONDONDERRY. GLASGOW AND LIVER
Q pool.?The M-'nlreal Sir.unship Cmn|>auy'a fir-t .-lu-a
full pawl-ted Clyde built slenuim XuMl'ii AMERICAN
CapL Buraena, earrylng the C ins-'iau and United St> - a
malls, will tail from One bee neat Saturday. Nov. !. Kat-a
of pieeuco from New York:?First >.ius>, aivurdlng to scwi -
tnudatlnna, $96 aud $HU; ate riige, in ml with good pr >
siona, $35 Rules of pnssH :n lr> m N-w \>.rk slid letnrn, at
tb'- lollowlng r?du<s-il rali-s ?Klisi en bin, $149 23 and aRt
kiecriifle. $7u. CerUf1eat>-s Issued for bring ng out paSMin
grii. I rum all ibn i uulpal towns in Great Britain and In
land at very low rates. For passage apply at 2.1 Broadway,
New York. KABILA HE A RLE, General Acents
1311E GREAT EASTERN HAViNO TDOCHKD THE
ground on her laic passage from Liverpool, it hut been
conatuered adviaahle to make a thorough examination of her
hutioin helore tending her to tea: lier ueparinre will there
fore bi- delayed beyond her pri-vioiisly advertised day ol' sail
ing. Holders of return tickets will liave llirtn renew ed, or
the moaey returned as ther may deade. Due notice will be
given ut the ship's ai-psrltire.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY.
STEAM ro LONDON, II villi! RG, HAVRE.
AND St J UT Ha.VI P ION
The favorile III vt els <S Hid elegant Iron mail steaiusliin
BAVAlII t.
E 31-ier, lOinm inil- r,
carrying the tfnlled S>*lea mulls, tails i rom pier 2l Noith
rlrer, foot of Kultnu street, povllIvel > on
Saturday. N?v>-mi> r I.
a-td take* paasen-:-is for L<>0'lnn. U.ininnrg, ll.-ivir ni>:
Roulbampton. at ih" fatkitViBg late* a?Plr*i rabm, $115.
s-u nod -Hhiu. $70; rteeiage, Jtn
The HAM MONI \ will sue ee.l lli-Has-ii on Noven.ber
16. C. B. RUMIARDA BOAS, 161 Broadway, N Y
B|3()K LIVEKPGOI..?THOM PSON'S BLACK STAR
LIii? ?The lir-d class parkct ship KI.f.LN Al STIN, w itH
su;-er-or seroii'l rat-In iit'-nriirniHlfttions for osaoeu era, s ilia
Oetolier 27. Apply uu hoard at pn-r No. SNoiIh river, to at
275 Pearl at.
FOR LIT BR poor, ?BLACK BALL LINE?PACKET
ship M aN'HATTAN Mil* Tuesday, October SS. Kin i
sane, at i< d' < rate*, apply on hoard. pier 11 Bast rii
UCf, MlrliiN ram, ip|i v iii hoard, pier Zt Bast it'. ?'
foot of Ho< kniHii or to Jai'OB WlkiON, 1/9 s.!"
street, opposite Hoo?vell alreet lerrv.
XL1NE FOR LONDON-SHIP SOUTH \MPTON.
lyini at pi-r 17 East river, will tall Nov. I Herat
eummod.iltona Inr prursenper* are very h e For |u?m r i
or Irom fte Old Country, or droit* on Engl rod or ire. ion,
apply to TAPSCOTT A t'O , \S South str-ei
MO. KOIIERTS' LINE OP STEAMSHIPS FOR CALI
? lornla and Oregon, via Nicaragua. Through in a i
ranceof the mail.
lit rat leiitn linn In fasea through to s'an Fiain ir o.
Mo detention OB the laitunt.a.
Tlie new and apli mint
giaatnabip AMKRIC 2,(jddi>'nR,
Commander JEFF .MAUKY,
Will aail on Saturday, October 76, at I'd oVti* It, noon, pre
cisely, from her pier at the loot of Warren mee.t. .Norm
river, for San Joan del Norle, i oopei iini; w mi the last I
well known steamship MOSES TAYLOR. I Ml tons, E
Ilowea, commander. to aail ? ilhooi delay for San Pram >?. ?
direct on the arrirul ot the paaseiigars at Sau Joan del Sot
The speed and armmmedations of thea- ateameraare no
surpassed by any simmers on either ocean, and It la Intend
ed to land passengers by lit la line in Son Prase! ecu a it bin II
days
Tito undersigned having been in the California trade aiaee
the tmgininug, lira" to inriir.n the pa bite that Una a a parole
neot line, and not pot on for Ihe purpose ot being bought ?r
driven oil The slops w ill positively learn on the day ad' ei.
tlaod once a uioitih, and in all months reset ahlpa will he
ready, ao that a double service m-ty be relied upon.
For Iniorinailon or t assage apply to
M. O KOMF.HTS.
Mo. 177 Weat street, corner nt Warien airaet.
North river.
Australia -kanoakoo line for Melbourne.
ONLY PABMKNUEK SHIP.
The magnificent first data paeaet ablp
BAVAR* *
VARIA.
1,809 toaa. with unequalled accoainindailons for ftr-' a ad
coad i lata passengers. will be despatrhed rarlv in No>e,r>.
?for lerrna andparlii olars apply t.. or a Idiesa
MA1LLER, LORD A QUK1UUU. I OH W.itl street
A RRANQEMENT COMMENCING JULY i, 1862
A FOR CALIFORNIA VIA
... PANAMA.
A firal claaa steamer will leave New York on the let, Htk
andZlai of each niooth. e?".pt when these datra fad os
Sunday, wben the day of departure will be on tbe Monday
lotion tog.
For freight er pssMge apply St the only "Jce. No. i Bow.
UngUreec D. H ALLEN, Agent.
POR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT
THE UNITED STATES Yi.tTL oTEAMSHIP
MARION.
Jamea D Pluiilpa, ci.n.nandcr,
will leave nier No. 4 North rtv? i, an We.'n?da,, Not. 12 at
S o'clock P. M pr-ei>ely lor New O.leeiis direct lor
freight or parage oppl? to
OFFORD, TILESTON A CO..
m Broadway.
F
OB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT,
The UmPd Spites ma I steamship
MATAN/.AS. William Le vepaii.'rooHiiander
Will leave pier N" 4 North rtver, for New Orlrari* direct, on
?atordey. Noveiubr. r at 12 o'clock noon precisely. No
freight received on the day of aa'linr. Passage $75. For
freight or Mteaage applv to
1 litis ABF.MCtO A CO , 17 Brnadwny.
FOR MEW ORLEANS.
The unrlvalieo United Btateemtll steamship CL'MRRI t.
Qeorge Mnmnrr. coiniaaader. will leave p . r No. 4Noio>
river, on Saturday, Nov. I. at 12 orltek M. Forneialn or
paaeage apply to 1 M (lAGEK, MM Wall Hint
Messrs Brott. Mavis A Snuna, eensiitneea ,u New Orson
Will receive and attend in ? oe-.icnmer.ts
F
OR NEW ORLEANS VIA HAVANA -TIIE UNITED
_ Slates mall steamship ROANOKE. Joha Th'tropud.
oomeiander, will le-.ve pier 13 North rtver, Ml Wedaewiav,
October J?, at 12 o'etbefe noon precisely, lur New Oi le.n- via
Havana. For freight or j at tie apply to
LUDLAM, HEINLE KN 4 CO . Il3Br.ed?ay,
?OR HAVANA. VIA NARSaU. N P-THE A 1
British atsams dp PACIFIC. l.M*> ions W. H. f.inbl
i, Commander, will nc iiespktehed f*r inn .r hove port ? oi?
nidav, Oct. 27. *? 17 ?> o? M fr m pfnr ?? Las
OR NEW ORLCANH DIRECT-THE FIRST CLAS.A
?tea n?'"P I'AithhKHbl Me., Cu' sin h* artel H?,y
n will l#??e pier Mo '? Norm river, on Woonefdav, cicin.
29 atllo'cioik VI tor ficuki or | assaie applr :?
M. It. CKOM W ku ? IO.,?5 \\ cat'aireei
T.YOM HAVANA DIRECT
D Theji4s kud ep'endld
timed States Ma.I Stea nahtp
F.ArlLK,
RiCherd Adams, 1'nded sine* Nary. <e<?<n?:M?r,
Will leave pier No. 4 Nonnrver, 'ro Vbsus-iay^Nov. g, ai !
? . .r k noon pier ivfc/ (or lls<?:>a dlrbrv.
I'lili of |raa-a.rg7ti.
l\ f pa up ?i p } la
SI OFFORD, TJLr ">N 4 4NJ.,
it BrwMOvagt

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