OCR Interpretation


The New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1840-1920, October 26, 1862, Image 7

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030313/1862-10-26/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 7

rUJt RKSKLUOH.
ARMY SUPPLIES.
Orrica or akht Clomikc tw Eaoir*aa, l
Mo. SOS Bkosdvav. N? w You, August IS, 1862. (
Propo*a.s are tuvlieu for li.ru.shing uuifuru. Regulation
Clothing unit Caul11 aud Garrt.-uii Eiinpa.e tor tne ueW
levies of volunteer* una nn.'t.a of the bu.lr J Stales.
The Clothing and Equipage tor the different arms or t a
service m i-orri-apoiid in n a'te and material to that beret?,
lore used, and to coufortit 10 lite patterns iu the "like of
Clothing an.Miquipake iu tme cuy, wurre specification* mud
samples nut* be lu-iec.ed.
Propo-uils sliouM state the grticies which it is proposed 10
fumiali. Hie qiiMlity wkie* iau he ?upp led weekly, tue
earliest is-riod at wii.eh the delivery will be common.- d,
and the loial utlan'ity ottered, and the prioe for each arte le.
All artic.es delivered by cMtra.lOia are r? quired by law ta
he legacy .narked with the contra. tor's name.
The following lUt en.hratei the principal supplies need
d,"~, ARTICLES OK CLOTHING.
i-uito, in Coat*. cooswlini: ol engineer*. ordnance, artil
lery aud intaiury.
I inform Jack- u, consisting of tat airy, artillery, infantry,
;?otiHVC .iud ktllL
I uilorin Tioi.seri. consisting of iooltneu, horseuiea
'donate and knit.
Cotton Duck uv.-rails.
Diawcr,?Kisno- laud knit.
Shirts? Flauuei and knit,
ilrcat I oat??Footmen and horsemen,
snaps for Great Coals.
Blauki u? Woollen and rubber
Ponchos, Talmas
Sack Coals, lined and unliucd.
Roots. Boot-en, Lepgms, S.ockingi.
8:ocks?Leather.
Uniform Hats?Tnuitried and i.nirlmroed.
Uniform Caps. , ...
Forage Cap*. Recruita?Cavalry and Infantry.
Cap Covers. Stable Frtn-KS, Sashes
Haversacks Knapsacks Canteens.
ARTICLES OF L-VCIPAOB.
Iiospl.at Tents Wall Tent* dib.ey Teut*. Cgmanon Tenth
u ? ' D'Abrt Tenia.
Mosquito Bars, Spadi-s,
Regimental Colors, Haichetn.
Camp Colors, Urn* Pans,
Nation,il Colors, Camp Kettles,
Standards, Pick Ale*,
Storm Flag*. Bugle*.
Garrison Flags, Trumpet*
Kt-eruitln-; Flags, Drums.
Guidons, Files,
-BOOKS?company Order.
Do Clothing Account,
Do. Descriptive.
Do Morning Report.
Po?t Order.
Do. Morning Jteport.
Do Lencr.
Do Guard.
Regimental gcncial order
Do. Latter
Do Descriptive.
Do. ludet.
Ik> Order.
I Si set Practice.
Consolidated Morning Report.
1 us- lion Report.
^ Sn.- ir tv s\,!i required for the fulQIuientof every con
Ai; p.opo.at* received by noon of the truth day Irom the
damn! i - i, .iilv-rtiaeineut wid be oputied at noon of that
aud the article* Immediately ucudcil will be aw arded to
tun lovvrs! responsible lilddrI * present. Contracts for fur
?t! i-rs ppt-i ?. will oeawarded from ttuio to tunc as favorable
bid - uie it-, ,-ived always to the lowest responsible (nils re*
?on. d on -o the timeul making contracts.
l'roisi-..ls to he endorsed ?? Prn|>o*ala tor luruishiug Army
ISnpphcs " and addressed to the subscriber.
B i order of tlm Quartermaster General,
Lieut. Colonel D H. VINTON,
Deputy Quartermaster General United States Army.
A KM\ SUPPLIES.
.*?. OrrtCK or AKXr Ct ortiiKC and EuntPAcr.. >
Nrw Yot:it Sept. IK. 1S62. v
Sealed proposals will be received at tins oliice for furnish
ing br militant, deliverable at tlie depot ol army ulotUiug
and > qui- ain tins ciu,
si\ mil It- Army Wiuon Harness,
Four o :1c Army Wagon Harness,
Two liorac Amhiilance Harness,
One h i e Ambulance Harness.
speoiiivannns of which can bo seen on sopiication at this
?oliice.
Itldd r* s 111 state the quantity they propose to deliver.and
tlie shortest pcrmd iu which it can he lliriii-hed.
Proposals inust be accompanied b.v a proper guarantee for
tin- faithful performance or the contract.
All bijs deemed unreasonable or objectionable will lie re
jected.
Proposals it ill be endorsed "Proposals for furnishing har
ness aud addressed to Lieut. Col. 1>. II. VINTON,
D. Q. M. General, U. S. Ariov.
Ijr.OPOSALS FOP. WOOD.
Assistant QttAiiTittaisTKR's Orrica, t
Da vin'K Island. Oct. 33, lrW3. >
Propos.ils will be received at this oliice until the 2/tli insl.,
inclusive, lor delivering on the deck at this island one hun
dred emds of merchantable hard wood. Persons making
oilers to supply the fame will sure the kind, whether maple
or hickory, which they propose to deliver. Further particu
lars ran he obtained of Captain D. Stinson, A. Q. M.. at
.No li8tav street, New York or of tin' undcrvigncd.
Captain R C. MORGAN.
A. Q. M.. Unlteil Stales Army.
SEALED PROPOSALS ARE INVITED UNTIL THE
3Stli -IU.V 01 October, I.-V.2, for supplying the Untied States
?with ii t>W Beei Cattle on the hoof. Toe cattle to be delivered
it Washington City. D. 0 . ill six lot*, viz ?
I.UUU head on the loth day ol Nuieuih.-i
l.tkvi In ail on the I6ih day ol November.
Id CO head on the Tlitll day of Novum*" .
I.U1W head on the Ihti day ol December,
1,0**1 head on the 10th day of December, and
I.QUO head on the 15th day of December
Each lot muatarantaa UOU pou.ida irons wi no
auinial admitted which weigh- less than l.ik < : gi-*s
weight. Defers aud Bulls out uanted
Twenty |h.-i-teui. of the purchase money ? i.. n.iied
until the contract i* completed.
A IkiiiiI, Willi got t and si.llicieut security, w di lie re-pil. ca.
Govvriiuient reaorv. ? to itself the rigbi to pay it. Tci-a airy
?notes, ot oilier governtnent fundi.
No but will lie eiiteriaual when put n, by c it... ;?rs
wiio have previously lulled to comply with their rouirs'-t, <>?
when the bidder Is mil present lo respond to Ills bid
All bids must be accoanpuuicd by two guarantee
I ke names ol' lirms must be stated ta l ull, wilii the p -else
ml Pes- of all the tncmbei* of the firm.
Hiils to lie directed to Colonel A. BBCIkWITH, V. U 0,
iud C. S. U. S. A ? Waslnugtnii, D C , sudnudum- "Pr ?
?a!s lor Beef Cattle."
FORM OF GUARANTEE
We. . of the couuty of . and Sta < of ?aud
, ol the county of , and State - -f ??, ito hereby guar
antee thai is able to I'ulul a contract in uccoidauce w ith
"' terms ol Ins proposition, and tnat, should Ins pinposi
?..on be aqcepted. he will at once ettl- r into a contract IU ac
-curilauue iheiuwith.
Should the contract be awarded htrn. we are fire pa red to
bet nine Iiin wcurtttea.
I This guarantee must be appended to each bid l
Military notice relative to tiif. draft
I'eison-who claim tliat they are for any rsu-on e*
-inpt troai uulltary duty, aud ther iore not liable to drafv,
vre hereby notified to aitend Iwfore the Comml.-sione: ap
po uted to hear and determine aucn esim- at the pobie sta
lion houses ot the wards in w hich they reside
I'iie Commissioners will conimrnec their fe-ston on Miui
da v. Oct go. and wiNyul lor ten day- The bouts will t.e
A. WT t? ' ~
i lime o'clock A.W. to lour o --I a k P. M.
Eseieptioti Certiticates Heretofore tiled in the oU-ce ol ihe
?Co in'y Clerk are ol no uvuil
A Surgeun a ill be Iu attendance to ev.mine clatmauu of
-I i inptlo" o-i account of pliyskal disability.
.... i(j.
The lolioaiug is a list of the station houses nl the -ctcral
wards in ? Iiieh the Commissioners will Mt ?
First ?ard, 2J 1 road street.
Secoud waul, 19 Beekmaii .-trcet.
Thiid ward. "9 Warren street
Fourth ward. No 9 Oak atreet.
Ft lib wn id. 4'J Leonard street
Sim i ward. No. 9 Franklin street
Seventh ward, loot ot Goureineur -tree'
Sigiilb ward. Princ*. corner Woowi r
Ninth ward, 94 Charles atr-el.
f. nth ward. Esses street, corner Ludlow
Eleventh ward, 4 Union market, 129 Houston atreet.
twelfth ward, I26l.i street, illooiulngdale road
l b iteentli ward. Attorney street, corner Delsncey.
Poiirte -nth want. M Spring siieet
Kitioeiith ward. 22U Merueratieet.
SiM-i iitn ward. lb:'. Wesi Twentieth street
Secenteenlli ward, Fifth slreo: a id First avenue.
Eigliteeiith ward. East Twgnt) -aeconU street between
"ust and Second avenue*.
N'ui icenib ward, Ea-t Fifty ninth ?tre. t, near Thud ave
I'wentietli ward, 212 West Thirty-fifth street
Twenty-brat ward, 129 East Thirty -fifth street
Twenty-second ward, Foriv-sevenlh slrrel, lietween Eighth
and Ninth avenues.
Claim* id Kveiiipilnn will be received only in the w aril* in
which the t e> son* making the s.iin resiite
WM. HENRY ANTHON.
Juilgu Advoeiiu- General
Cliiei Commissioner ol Dialling.
'Dated New Yori., Oct. 17, lbt?2.
A
LI. OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
. . tin t private- now in the city belonging to the Sim i
c JntcEt Corcoran Irish Legion will report to the Adjutant
ii Bun-lay morning, at IU o . lock, at headquarter*. Camp
coil. B> order of TIlUMAJs M. KKID, Colonel.
igMW V. Bu, Adjutant.
\ I.LARMV AND NAVY CLAIMS AND INFORMATION
a'v promptly proents-d, Hcln|,one nl the first volunteer*,
ami bai tug a lung evpertenceJ part tier to W a-lungton, i hare
tie best I'm littles lor collecting all government dim*. ,
S r. SIMPNON, Lawyer. Xt Flnl street. N--w Yoik.
tOMPKI ENT CAVALRY OFFICERS WANTED IMMM
. ' .1 atelv. A Ciiptain who will bring forty men orfuiiilsh
J..i.*k); * nrst Lieutenant, wllh thirty two tni not $273, <-*sh.
Address Commission, station D Post ndire.
(
KADDUARTERS, ItkVD REGIMENT N Y. S. V.-73
A L Walker "" ~ ~~
. HH .- street, N. Y., and 3-'jU Ful.on atteet, Rtooklyn.
"tV ittl-a. IDU nble.t*) lle? men. to fill ap thta regiment, now
iu the lield. to it* full standard. Fifty dollars c itv b untv
will t>e paid Immediately to the recruit after enlisting, end
a y Fuited State* bounty, and one month's pay In advance
. ..u a* bo has mined the regiment All men d< alrouaof
>-? ving their country should come lorward rolunt <rily, t?e
f.i - thev ate dratted. F. X. BKAl'LIK, Colon-1.
OrlC.K TO NAVAL ENGINEER*.-A SPLENDID
__ -J ord. Melt C*t> and Coat, all new, will l>e aunt "C
SIO. Inquire at the ofih e of the blaeksuilth'* shop. Navy
Varil, Brooklyn.
.X
l l\ DOLLARS WILL BE PAID FOR EVERY RECRUIT
, lor Metropolitan Light Cavalry, at 416 Broome, t or
if? Elm atreet. Cra. k regiment; ?ell oflleered; *11 ihe
tin intie* paid. Fav, clothing and subsistence trem day of
en l-iiaut; r*roillea previtled for. Apply at 416 Brorme
? umfi.
?nME WsiSVinlf,-."" m*
The New York General Insurance Dillc, No. 24tt Bro id
,, ? ???? No. 7. will continue to Insure or guarantee to fur
, i.I,'substitutes t<? those who tnsy tm drefmd for a premium
ol -fk); or will insure to p?y lo those wh" sre drnned sums
i i in tun to $'0d. tor a premium of 10 per cent. N. B.?< lr
M "r* given bv applying at the ofllre. or eent by mall. Agents
wanted In every State.
?i r ANTED?IN A K1RBT CLASS THREE YEARS RKUI
VV in. nt two Captains mid thre. Lieutenants, to coin
ihe organization. Noie iaou no. d apply who Is no?
f. . ecilv competent, and tnit-t have men or mean* to pro
M iheoi Andres Immediately, with f ill pantc-ilsr* and
where ah interview tnay be h*d, Colon. I. lieiald oliice.
LOAN OKF1CK8,
VANCEB M\DE on diamonds, watches.
1, ' and *11 Vi -vble arttr's*. or the same bought at
inil value, at 11 Broadway, dtr?.-tly opjioatte the St.
das Hotel Hti ines* strictly contu .-ntlab
iiinl'PII -iLOMON, Ootninlsalon M< r l.enl,
tllJDLeril. . . ,.
610 Hroftdwfljr
. T 77 BLKEOKI K STREET-PAWNBROKER^TICK
A els wanted. A tvruice* made on piatnnnrt-. Wswh- s
T irv Ac HlgC -t ?" T"<l-I for Pawnbrokers' Trkr
Dmuitrnd*. wit!' e -welry. Silver Waie. Fire.-rm*, A
At 7." etrert, i ?"?
HKUADWAY OORNKR OF FULTON STRt.N
A 1 ?; m?a,*i ,.rl. - tmut for Diamonds. Watch-. Put
.CelV>. npM>?U H
bj.l?l.VttARBlNGnH 312 Hroadwac reom 13. up malt
=" i i.'t ti'S ?"* WROAD1VA . -V.tiNKY Al?v-f M
J VN it. 1 m ?aiioil lHq M vri I .
Js- tn - r . Sim -biuittt. * - ?
and o il'> 1 '? ' 1 l? .!At'OBH. 4tff lit-? .wid
hi at. ?'i ' ,
\\ iYTUIIBK. JfcW KLR1, rwt.
V
.I'll
?.
f.D i Zu!'1'? M
I*.
A
HOIT3KW, Koqw?, ?c., TO LIST.
RESPONSIBLE PERSON WANTED?TO TAisK A
wit handsome nouaejconmlotng all improvement-, ni u
Clinton street. Brooklyn, for which part paymom. may be
Ukun .11 Boa Ml Address U. H . Brocklvn Poet o(H?*
A FIRST CLASS FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET-LOW
10 Is' M.,> or longer. No. 29 Wen FiLeeuih ?t MX, be
tween Fifth sod Sixth hyciiucs, lour stories, bionu <-!?? e.
twenty-Ova fe i wlde,j?h osntH^yntiedj U> a priv ue f# ml
I) only. Apply to B. H. TAYLOR, No. 8 Pirns ?Uvet.
MODERN THREE STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK
A House, with una lixlurce. v ir.u $700, lor $4hl> p r ,.n
i num. Apply l<> 3MITH. Franitorl House, 2U2 Wl.liaiii St.
A FINE STORE TO LET AT NO. 831 SECOND AVE- .
A nuc, between Fiitv-lirst and Fllty-aecnnd strict*, rent I
$10 50; It 1* cheaper limn the cheapest; .iImi apartments of ,
Uvt i uoins lo rent at $0. Colli'- and see for vournelf. |
A SMALL FAMILY', OCCUPYING A FIRST CLASS
sueei bouse, would rent half, unfuruiaha.L to a good
tenant Cau be teen uulil routed. AppL at 72 Wrst Forty
first ulreeu
A FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET?IN EAST SEVEN
te nth street, near Umoa square. Tei.ne $80 per
month. Address L. B , station D, Aator ptaoe.
Apartments to let?in meadow street, near
Ninth atreet, Hoboken; front Parlor, Fsa.-iuent and
bedroom, Rent $< 59 Inquire jn the pri mises.
Brooklyn.-to let low till may l a hand
Home brown atone Home, containing all the Improve
uieuta. No. 93 Weal \Vai ren sired. near t.lintou atreet.
C30TTAGE to LET?AT 8TATEV ISLAND, NORTH
J ahore, only flee mtnutea' iroin Snug Harbor landtug;
will he let at a nominal rent till May 1. Apply to U. A.
WARREN, 12 Old Slip.
COAL YARD TO LET?WITH FIXTURES COMPLETE,
Noe. 3i and 36 Spring street. For particular* inquire in
tbe office on tbe premises.
Desirable first floor to let-rent sis, in
private hooae 3ti5 Ka.-t Tenth atreet, near the square,
central roomy and respectable.
TTIURNISHEP ROOMS.?A WIDOW LADY WILL LET
J? some ?t ry n
_ nice Rooms, with gas. urates, bath, Ac. This
is i iarc opportunity to -.eciire a easy home for the winter, in
a uteri and ceu'rnl locality, on moderate term.-. No. Mi
Bond street.
HOBOKEN.?A COMFORTABLE FURNISHED HOUsK
to let ne ir the terry, on favorable terma, to a caret ul
lamily. Address J. Smith, llohoken Post office, for three
days.
VTICE MIDDLE FLOOR, OF FIVE ROOMS, TO LET?
XI K ui Si or $10 only, in the house 793 Sixth avenue,
ueur Forty-fifth street; a hue location.
rpo LET?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, STORES,
1 He M
parls ol tlonsi a and Apai incuts, in dill'ereitt
part* ?>' thiueity ami Brooklyn, at the must rei -oiiable petit-.
For particulars apt iy to A. MeT'ANNING. 2.'7i Bowery.
TO LET?A FURNISHED ROOM, ON SECOND FLOOR,
to a gentleman, tu it pr;vate family. Apply at No. 46
East Nineteenth street, near Broadway.
rPO LET-VERY LOW. FOR FROM 2 TO 4 YEARS, A
1 tirst ch
I class Residence in Bridgeport, Connecticut, oomph to
ly furnialieit; has U the modeln improvements, gar, water,
lurnace. Ac., with nine acres of land, carriage end ice
booses. finli poml and choice fruit In abundance. Is deflect
lully situate.I, near the residence of P. T. Bainum, Esq.
Rent very cliean lo a proper tenant, as I am going to Europe.
Refers to John Tappan, Esq., 178 South sued; or A. T.
Clayton, Esq., 5G John atreet; or to Ueo. Shermun, office of
Nitr.h Avenue Kailr>ad.
UfiOliiiE A. WELLS, Bridgeport, Conn.
TO LET-IN FORTY SEVENTH STREET, BETWEEN
Ninth und Tenth avenues, one of a r<>w of brown at n
houses. containing all the modern Improvements: $C00.
Part ni the rent Mould be taken out in board if suiUtiu lory.
No.-108 Waverly place, furnished, three-story and attic, he.
twcmi Macdciwal and Sixth avenue, $1,025. No. 1.S1 West
Thirty-seventh street, three atory. warm and cold hath, pas
in.d gas t.xiores, jsllkl. No. 030 Hudson street, uear Fwur
tct nin street, throe-lory hri k, No. .525 Broome she -I,
three-story ami attic, $3itK). No. 239 Hudson street. House
and Store, hetw.eu Bri-onte and Canal, $475. J. A VV. DliN
11 AM, Eighth avenue, ? orurr of Sixteenth sheet, Irom morn
ing to uiue in tbe evening.
TO LET?A SPACIOUS AND COMFORTABLE SECOND
Floor, wtth four rooms, gas and water on tbe lloor, at
No. ii5 Third avenue, near Eleventh street; $16 per month.
An nt ]i r Room or two and Basement may also be had. Ap
ply on the premises.
TO LET?THE STORE AND DWELLING 178 NINTH
avenue; the upper pnrt will be let to one or two tunn
ies. Apply io ROOHE A WELLS, 167 Ninth aveuue.
rpo LET?THE NEW BUILDING 18 DOVER STREET,
I so
uitable for offices or dwellings; finished on a new plan,
with water closets attached to each iiiuirtmetil. Appiy on
the premises or to D. T. MACFARLAN, 52 East Thirteenth
streoi, near Broadway.
TO LET-HOUSES 47 AND 61 LI8FENARD STREET,
neat Broadway. Inquire of A. JOUKNKAY, 373
Broadway.
TO LET-AT THE UPPKIt END OF EAST BROADWAY,
in a lirat class house, the Third Floor and Aluc Rooms,
with gas and water on the tloor; the landlord only in the
house; re it low. Also, tlie Lower Part of a lit si class huus-.
apply at '-'72 Eaat Broadway.
'DO LET?AT WEST HOBOKEN. A SMALL, NEAT AND
1 well situated House, having suitable accommodations
f? a respectable family. Rent $13 per mouth. Apply to
WILLIAM SINCLAIUE, Palisade avenue.
TO LET-TO A FAMILY WITHOUT CHILDREN. OR A
L party ot gentlemen, by small quiet family, an enure
Floor, secoud story, consisting ot from four to six rooms,
very pleasantly situated at 333 Pearl street, Brooklyn, one
block irom City Hall.
r?IO
LET-HANDSOME FIRST FLOOR, CONSISTING'
of two i sriers, two bedrooms, with ky.<lP,^ttltArvtie
gas, very convenient, all painted. In tine oy.ier; also, four
- Blfoadw
Rooms on fourth floor. Inquire at 1.239 Rhoadway, corner
of Tblrty-Sflb street, grocery store.
TO LET-PART OF AIIOUSB, 17yLEXINGTON AVE
one, wuh alt modern linpinvenijfnis, heat of reference
given ami required.
TO LET.-THE FIRST FLOOR/TWO ROOMS IN THE
Attic, Basement, Kitchen, aiylt a Cellar, nt the House
No. 71 Charlton street. Inquire 33 King street, or at 54
West Twenty-eighth atreet.
TO LET-IN SOUTH BROOKLYN A LARGE COTTAGE
ami Stable, between l onJrth aud Fifth avenues. Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets; tifir-eAs minutes' Irom Hamilton terry
by csrs. The liouae has Jhceti thoroughly repaired end
pr.inled. new front fenciLf roof, arlior, Ac. t\ ill be let or
leased to a responsible l arrty for a term of years. Slse of
g.onnd, 50x20U feet. Ap^fiy to SAM AN OS A CO.. 29 Beaver
street.
TO LET?THE KOIffK STORY ENGLISH BASEMENT
House No 10J Uf,st Twenty nioth street. Inquire ot
E. F. MEAD. 859 lbnrd avenue.
O LET?TO A ^M ALL FAMILY. WITHOUT CHILDREN,
part ol .? I'Wnilsumely i urnUhcd house in West Tulrty
irth street, w/h exclusive use of front deor T' l m> irom
v. 1 to May^f $609. Address box 1,187 Post office.
TO LET?Aft- PRIVATE DWELLING 184 EAST BROAD
uat. ly adults only, n large Parlor, with bathroom at
lached, amNcttoice of a couple of Bedroom# on same floor, at
Irom $9 leyli There i* gas, water Ac
rpo LET-| i i KNISHI D OR UNFURNISHED, A THREE
X story l|iuii?e; .ill modern Impievumcnta. 1'osseaeion
unm'disi'j, Applv .it No. 'J Amity tiisoc, between Hteecser
aud Ari lt?iirerts
'po LlilL-AT 117 LAURENS STREET, FRONT AND
1 lmr.kp'4riois, Chi-I is, A-e ; hack Baaument. with hot and
cold watej. rB,,j jijv |?.r month Inquire on tl e premises.
tpo LEA_aT 211 WEST TWELFTH STREET. BABE
1 incut L,, j parlor floors, conalsltuB of sewen ruouis, w ith
P"ntriei IBrat moderate to a small, respectable family.
Inquire as
'PO LETT-SECOND FLOOR (FOUR ROOMS) AND BACK
1 base A,cur, tvatci and gaiq rent $13per mouth. House
Thirty snlnnit at reel, near Broadway. Would sell furniture
ata sacrJi*..; ?lerytbtug neei rsury tor housekeeping. Ad
dress O lB. tl., ktatlou O Post office.
rpo LK'f? PART OR THE WHOLE OK A 8M ILL
1 li'ifr, wish H e modern conventences, to a very stnnli,
domcsiE.qtod lamily Rent t?ken*tn board by a gentleman
iiml wit,, t nexcfjiiioiinble reference# exchanged. Imme
rttale a||!?H'iitii>ii required. Apply at 44 East Tweutjwourib
ar Feitrth aveuue.
rpo IflKT, LOW?TIIB BROWN sTONE noUSE No. 12
t R Li.n.oml hirer I. with nil the modern Improvement#.
Olid hircrl, with nil ihe modern Improvement#.
Apply 1> HUE A WILSON. No. 2U0 VarVbstreet.
1
IU
_ ^nse to lei, liirnlebed, with full or partial Board,
rernjjf moderate. Apply at 51 West Twenty-sixth atreet, be
tw"-J Broadney aud Sixth avenue.
RENT?TilK HOUSE AND GROUNDS OF THE
Inte K. L. Colt, of Peterson. N.J. The house, built or
rlls. I
rhie, is ?my feet square, two stories, basement and attic,
"finished with gas ami water. The grounds comprise about
fifteen seres, hnn.isomeiy laid out in lawn ami garden,
rid In perfect order Attneliedto the house Is a large com
Frvalory. There are also extensive gisperiea In ' nil bear
jig, and all Ihe necessary outbuildings ot a large place. Ap
iflV lo THOB. O. SMITH, Peterson, N. J.
RENT?FROM NOV. 1 TO MAT 1. A OKNTEEL
liouae and furniture, '?omtileie, t'urfldtM.
MttRtiAN I'INDAR, 32$ Ninth avenue.
lien YBxRLT RENT-TO LET, SBVBRAL HOUSES,
jl.?)U court yard, verandah ironts. containing seven
itoonw each: a:*o. Lots to lease on Fifty-second street and
taqevenill avenue. Inquire uf General Siriker, or his agent,
?s'lfty-secoml siieet, near Eleventh avenue.
ir
COPART3 KK8H1PS.
HE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO FOUR EXI8TINO
between the snbscrihers. under the Hrin name of H. O.
H. G. BAILEY.
New Tour. Ori 23,1862 JACOB F RL1TAO.
The buslnAs ol 'ne above firm will be continued by WIL
-JAM BANKS and J V( uB F REIT AO, under the turn ne.no
|li William Hniks A Co.. at the old stand No JOO Brmxdway.
JACOB FRKITAG.'
The Ann ..f WILLIAM BANKS .* CO. are authorised to
? itie- the baatneas of the late tiim ol H. t?. Bailey A Co ,
II Bslley having transferred ail his Interest In aatdI busi
ness to Wllitam Hanks. ??? BAILBT.
OCT. 25, 1862. JACOB F REITAG.
ANTED?SOME RESPONSIBLE HOUSE IN THIS
city ihqt may ? e disposed to enter Into at rsn^emctits to
ici as ligeut lor a house In one of the largest Weal Ind a
mrta. A moderate cnpltal and good credit It required. Re
hrences exchanged. Addresa (fiibn, rare box CO Post onic i,
villi real ttOme, Ac. Alluimmunlcittlonsstrictly onliden
tel.
BR CURB HOTEL BUSINESS HI r ADVBRTI
?r k physwan of eighteen year*' etpertence, who
r iMtdo' leitd* ihe management of a waterenre ho
11 like ii Mtimttoii to take ui srgu.uf tb.' inratrai de
it of tcirh an itistit iliun "hif n sham ol the pvohi< "
ut n win n a l?r. e bu-lm xs could he done, or vonld
' ' In 1)11 till ,nd fllV'ii.k In Vt..., n( I hs
._i
iTli -FOR SM.1.-FROM TWENTY TO SIXTY
UU. Slmres ' . lh" Qraltd die t ami Newtown
ICfimisnv In l in e "f O. M 8EAOII, at the Far
,.i cm em Bank. Yflii'smst.uf, oi ? J. O. WE8T,
>rny |g i N ? \ ork, at the masxir tuctory, pim,ih
|ai* r
anil ?WANTftD, A P \ RTN KR ? lilt Tilts
UUUa ii si I?i' nuMif- . "ii.--tci.r-atf.il
lt'.|-. !?h v mi t.? ft*iiMa i. '? Iw.rkf?g
H i U . ? - mii ? ' **? M "
?-t vtiiN t ?mil. r ? ? *i,ff ? 4,
It VI h 11:ti 1.1.?. ? M H - ? ? ? r 11% o??
ttnyn, witl r? '! ?? > m ?i? ?!
>nd flrokut box 4,133 Poet omen
A
SA.L.MSjpK AB&1< BSTATK.
, RARE OI'i'OBTUNlTY FOR OaPU'aLISTB OK
\ per on* desiring Country Reaiitujcc* ?
i The substrmer offers lor imle his (aiuntry Residence, r?
I ceutl) surveyed and hud out so ibat u can be ilivlM InR
, three disbud part-in. each having a water I?o?l and must
i - i leu iitl binding ?*tcs. The property Couaists of JUU sates, a
' fc.w. stylish old maus'on tu a .t*n of fourteen it' ie* of lolly
(bade umi native and imported. Innumerable and <>f great
VII tety a garden laot-fully deslgnod and stocked with frulU
i and i ewer*; out* tidings,includingIbmi bouse, yatci.man's
nouagu. fronting oo a dm- barbo," aud a bowling alley
i Tit' situation has uiwrmUii a advantage- f " el'.htr a private
I rcfcifldiop or for upctuil itlon, liivviD^. boitf fchore i?n t ?
Sound a mile In extent, two nl.lt* bt It vd 1>. crook iu.d inlet,
one aide by the main mad; the lands tvnelii ; tlie rtvera
gently alope either way ao that every building slteoomniauda
hoe riewa of the Sound aud surrounding country Two
lliiitl* of the atlca urn have water I runt- The plaor ia per
? feet!) healthy, water e*oellent and n.r lnvi..u.aling Dtfc
I tsnc from ilie etiv IS ndlm, bjr New Haven Railroad, bi-ai
urea men .an reach the city from thla place In le.-s time than
lroiu Harlem by the avenue rare. Persons desirous of
uvoidiug city taxea. the damp ra and detention* in erossint
lb' livers, will do well tu g.vt tula advi rllseiiienl tlicir early
an utiou. No ext..tc of equal aixc within one liundred miles
ot New York oombittea the divera!fled advaniarea ind legal
elegance or thia old reaidenee in every particular and all Ita
appointment* The prey nt distance to railroad stations, two
mi.es. When "t'bauworih" ia made u elation, now tu con
lem|datinu (depot already builll, the distance will be only
half a mile Apply on the premises, lo^ ^ j ^
or to hun at the office of Woodruff A I hi., 41) Broad street.
Tuesdays, Thu todays and Saturdave between Id and 2
o'clock, where a map can !? aeen.
ALLEN A BROWN.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS.
96 BROADWAY. NEW YORK
OPPOSITE TRINITY CHURCH.
In offering their aervicce to the public for th" transaction
ill all buaiwa iwrtainiug lo Real Estate, the undersigned i
would l'PKU.'CU'iiliv aolicil patronage, baaed upnu the asxtn- I
auce ol tn. lr ddellty lo theircuatomcra aud Ihetr dalermina- :
tin;) to uae every effort for the advancement of their inu nal
intcreat,. A long and steady otacrvation of the workings i
the lanletlalfaira or the community, i th. rough knowledge
n- the va.ue of property in the city. tOietlicr with Ihcir ex- 1
urcirmee as Tax Commissioners, as well a-the high reputa- i
thmoi Mr BROWN man old auctioneer malt ? them pert
liarlv adapted to their present vmaltou. Tltry hope iht tr i
pledges will meet with a favorahle response from h-.r
friend . and the public, upon whom they depend tor enronr- \
aciurut, alwava assuring them it will he regarded wtl.i a
real a. I fidelity .hat .hall be w aW(BN. ,
JOblA'l W. BROWN
^ k w y 0 ^ A qc iij
II HEN ill QU E8.'long connected with thla class of bust
ne-tj. w ill be In attendance at the office.
Kor Mile, a plot or Lots on the Eighth avenue, opposite the
Cent mi Park. _
A'-o, a plot of 40 Lota in Harlem. 1
A ! avaluable piece of Broadway Properly above Spruij
street 200 te -tdeep. . i
Also, i Houae and Lot on El hteenth atreet, near Union
* 'a?u>! u II.ml ? and Lot on Twenty-llrat atreet, near Fifth
avenue; oxtiusike. . ..
Also, several well located Ho.ims and Lota.
Aiiiyly to AuidI N tVi ills''vv i'i
Real Eitatc Brokers and Auetioti rs.
;6 Broadway
A FIRST CLASS COUNTRY SEAT. 14 MILES IN NEW
Jersey, l*>a ie*. tlitg-iut inausioii, trulls. Ac.. U '
135 u. ic-. U !'>"?' lroiu depot, Bi-r^'n county, Nevv .lt r y.
e\ce.li'Dt building*, fruit*, $H,5l4). 70 af-re* at Hockiaiw
Lake, g""d uuilUlngs. fruits A... ft'1.5'0 27 nc.res. Inula
and buddinss. Riwktin I county, $2,lXH). Other farn a
W. H. MEI.ICK 4:7 Broadway.
i N ELEGANT Bl.OCK OK SIXTEEN BRICK ? OT
A liig.s, now tinlsiiiuif on Sixty??ninth "troet west ul
Broadway, oppoalte the magnificent e-lnte ol J. II Tallmnti,
Eau , siipciior to anything heretofore erected In New York,
eueh bouae oecupyinp, two lota, giv ing faellltleg for a aplcn
dld garden, caridace house, Ar., contain range, hot and cold
wahir. c m. hath, Ac., bout entirely by day ? work, landa
high and beautiful, possesalng nil the attractions 01 cilv slid
country combined, within two blocks ol Central laik utul
Eighth Avenue Railroad, for sale on most accommodating
terms. Ap|Sly on the premises, or to R. H. CLDLIrl, l.l
Nas.-au street.
A FARM OK THIRTY ACRES FOR 8 ILE?ON STATKN
Island, lying on the line of railroad between two sta
tions; house, barn, fruit, Ac.; within one hour ol New i orfe;
price $173 per acre. N. ORR, M John street.
A TWO STORY BROWN STONE BASEMENT BRICK
House, ou Lee avenue, near Broadway. Wiiiianishuig,
for sale, leu minutes' walk from ferries. House .11*34, con
tains uln-rooma, water and gas In. conneeted with sewer,
good valid, AO. Location unexceptionable. Price $3,700,
$1,000 cash. A Idresa O. C. A? Herald office.
Exchange.?for sale or exchange for mkr
cbaudise (imported Brandies or douiesti Lupiors pre
I erred), a beautiful Hotnt aiead, situated on \ andcrbill ave
nue. Stalen Island, one and a quarter mile from the landing.
known as the "Snuggery," consisting ot 44> lots ol g^'"ud
cov en d wlih all kinds ot abailetreea fruit, (trapes and ber.
lies of every des< rlption; line, comfortable old bouse, 10
rooms and ch>a< ts, and two large barns; over 400 feet on,\ an
derbilt avenue. Address Homestead, Herald office.
OR SAI.E-A SMALL THREE 8TORY BRICK HOUSE
and Lot, wllhiu nve minutes'walk ol the Hamilton
feirv Brooklyn: store on first Uoor; water and 6aa. one
fSJlVy to Mr;' rem. for 12 ner cent. Pritn. $2,000. , Apply
to?E. R. KELLCMiQ. 1391'earl atreei. New York.| /
FOR SALE OR EXCIIANE.-A HOUSE .34 KEEt FRONT
by lot 103 feet deep, oentrally located In the highth ward,
to exchsuge for up town, Brooklytnir Jersev property, ror
lurther psriiculaia apply to Er A. DICKINSON, SO Beek
IIWU stIOet.
I.30R SALE CHEA^-IN SIXTEENTH STREET, NEAR
T living i.lare. u lull sl/ed house snd lot in uo??l ordor.
For I ui iherAiarih ulars inquire of WM. ANTHth.38 line
ktreel. S
FOj\{ SALE?A DOUBLE CUPOLA HOUSE. KILLED
/ in wiin briek, ten miles from the city, In Wesieliealer
cprunty, eight minutes' walk from depot nccer* by Hailem
yhte i in cars and -tages. For particulars apply at No. 1 Lhain
beis strwt. Purchase money can remain as long as warned
fMftSALE OR TO LET?THE TWO NEW FIRST CLASS
r three Mory brick Houses on 12dib street, betwevn
Third and Fourth avenues; convenient to carsland ?"?ain
IhmiI" ? as Croton. baths, range, furnace, Ac. Trruis low.
Apply on the ur"uil-e-, or to JL N. WATSON, corner of Third
avnue and 130th street. _______
TjXOR EXCHANGE-ABOUT $4,1100 WORTH OK KANCY
p Goods, lorn brown'stone float or brick in a
gtaid location)with modern lmprovemenM: encuinbrance not
to exceed $1,000 to remain. Location Brooklyn or New
York. Address J. H., bo* 1,427 N. Y. Post office, staling lo
cation, price and amount of encumbrance.
AND8?TO ALL WANTING FARMS.?LARGE AND
thriving scltlentenl ol Vineland. mild climate, 30 miles
south of Philstlelph ia, by railroad, richsoil; Una cropjhlo
be seen growing; twenty acre tracts, at from $15 to $20 per
acre; pnvablc wltiiin four years. Good business openings;
good soeleiy. Hundreds are settling and making tmowe.
men is. Apply lo CHA8. K. LANUIs, Postmaster. \ Inelsnd.
Cumberland county. N J. Letters answered. Pspets con
uiinlng full Iniorination will be sent tree.
r OARDESERS AND FLOR18T8.-FOR SALE, THE
Lcamoi tonr Lots of Ground, with the dwelling house
and KirrnhouiOft thereon, Utely occupied l?y John Hurley,
deceased, situated in Yates "venue, near the corner of Myr
Uc avenue, Brooklyn. Apply to HENK\ E.LAwRENCE,
ill Chambers street.
ANTED TO PURCHASE-A PIECE OF BROADWAY
VV property, with good improve,uenU; Preferred Wjiw
Chambers and Canal streets. Apply to ALLEN A BROWN,
Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneer!, 96 Broadway.
OATH STREET?FOR RALE, THE FIR^T
?4: four storv brown stone front House, 116 East 34th at.
It was bid t by the present occupant for his own use. In
quire on the premises.
medical.
k KFLICTED RESTORED?IONORANCE EXPOSED?
A fallacies unmasked 75th edition. Nearly 100 "g'tres,
ovor40U pages.?Paris, lxmdonaud New York Med.tai Ad
vts'i siid Marriage Guide,containing full physiological, ana- ,
tomkasi aim meuteal Intonnatloo lotind i" no oiler b<K,k
Bv M Larnioiil, physician and surgeon. 617 Broadway, up
stairs. Honrs for treatmenti 8 to 4 daily, andThors .ay ev?n
itm?. Mailfd lree lor $1, by K. WAKNKR, No. I Vtsey
suoet, and S. TO U8BY. 121 Nsssnu street. New York. I
"We concur with othur papers in recommeudLlg Dr. Lar |
mon: and his work."?Cnurrter des Etau Unls. Dispatch,
Stasis Zeltitng, Atlas, Medi al Review, tc.
/CONFIDENTIAL MEDICAL ADVICE.?HR.
ij No 194 Bieecaer atreet, tour doors lroiu Mscdongal
street. New York. R ad his ] Opular work. Human
Frailty," sent lieo everywhere on receiving 25 oents worth
of (tostage stamps.
DR COOPER, 14 DUANE STREET, MEMBER OF THE
College of Physicians snd Hnrgeons <rf hew York, may
be consulted dally at hi* office, Ironi 8 In the morning until 9
In the evcuiug.
DR COBBBTT, MEMBER OF THE NEW YORK UNI
vevsity (Medical College),and College ot Surgeons. Lon
don can l>e consulted with lbs most honorable confidence on
special dlseaM's, at hia office. A)'.Centre street, between
Chambers and Reade streets, having a prlvate entranos at
No. 6 City Hall plane. No charge unless cured, buudays,
from 11 A. M. to 11)1 E M.
DR. UNES.14I EAST THIRTEENTH BTREET. NEAR
Se< ond avcaoe.
R WARD. 12 LAIGHT STREET, NEAR CANAL,
in twenty-eight v ears' practice, lias cured more cases
man adl othera combined. UalVT It will take hut Utile lime
and money. If you have been unlortunate, call at once.
Cx BEAT SUCCESS OF DR. WARD. NO. 12 hAIOHT
r atreei?All affections caused by mercury and rertain
diseases cured by htm in half the usual time, and at ban the
usual i'barges
* s on WOODS MAKES THE TRBATMBNT OK KB
from 1 to 4 I. M. for all surglsal operations
sirs DESPARD WILL ATTEND TO THE TREAT
Aliment of lemsde complaints. Residence 101 Sixth ave
nue, opposite Eighth street.
Medical,?MRS. w. u. maxwell
io lite treatment of lemale complaints Kcsldeuce ho.
g Greene street, second door from Cenal.
PROFESSOR COSTELLO, NO. $ QREENE STREET,
can be consulted as newaL
TYROFKSSOR RESTRLL. 162 CHAMBERS STREET, OAN
X beeensulted as usual. Agents, 127H Liberty street. N.
Y.; in Brooklyn, 176 Fulton street.
rpilE MEN TO ('ONHULT-PR#. WARD AND FOIFIIUL
I 12 Lclxht street, near Canal. Effectual *'j
diseases of ttnprodcnoe. Cures warranted. Esiwbllshed in
1140.
HUTKLk,
A CARD -HOTEL DE BARCELONA, NO ? ORKAt
Jones siren.?The arrangements oi thia hotel hat lug
be. n completed, audit being now open io the public, I have
tl f? iitefcfture to Iniorm m\\ perfion* who n?ay ?if?irt? io ?at hi
lt,e Bi anlsh and French stylp, lliat they tan ssltsfv thotr
wl'h at the above mentioned hotel. BreuKfast iroin 11?> it
u'cl. a. A. M., price Wlccnta. Dinner liable d hole) si t>
n clock P. M. precisely; price $1, including a PirTl or wine,
colli ?? anil HqttOf, T.'...
I10TKL COLdN.
II 93 AQUIAft STREET, 9i
HAVANA.
Tha snharrilier bcas leave in tnvili the travelling public^ lo
the .'all lliitt'.. T.IO location Is healthy and c o ' ,
. T,??. men Ruoina elegant.y furnish d. Willi allctioauce
S SSSS&5 " - TrSKTSBE'-B
CUHILLKR HOUSE, ||aVaNA
? ' , t, 1 A HE i.l A LA 11 A, bo. 31.
HI. M l hi < I'llA ...I? "AN IllNAlIt
?, I, is it At, i iiiidt'.-t 'I ll.e Kurup all plan, l*< 'U ??
o.^ T
I.legsmheoj . . pT: iT, Of I Pes a
- v.4, " -ri 'iuj. ,..G.
man ssos.su.
TH* TUltF.
Fashion plkasukk ground association
Monday Okt ST. o'clock.-Match AJMI
Mile heals. boat 3 IB It
Jolia I Iraki- name* c. aoli kiur Dick, in lianieas.
J. WhtU- name* 0 a. Ua 11.. U?i,. r, to wa*?u.
. Admin. aW-icia.
JOSE ->i UitoOHERON. Manner
-
UNION COURSE L. I ? rROTflNU. ON TUESDAY.
0 4ohet .8. at 3 o'clock P A. Purae ol g5u. luUo Jc*l*, |
best Uir*?- in live. tn waguu* Owner inters bin li. 13 ack
Btai, H. V. W juediker antcis br b. Thaslmr, W VerpUul.
enter* b. h. Van Spader. aw nur entersbr. man-, owner ml* is
g m . owner enters Blue Pony. ana I RHammt* enters b.
m. Lilly. SHAW A WHITE Proprietor'
ONION COURSE L, 1 ?TROTTING. ON TUUK.>0AY,
Uoi .4. at H o'ct's-g P. M. Ma'-uli fur $1,000 mil - l.e*U.
beat 3 in h, in barne**, play or pat Ham M Laugh Llg nam* a
l>. in. Belle of Portland. l>. Mace oainaa t>. s. Dram Good
day andgood track 811 AW A W U ITIt, Proprietor
WUUKI, CAKHIAI.EM, AC.
A
NOHHE PAIR OK 1IOK81..-. -A l.AICOK PAIR OK
Hones, atntaiile loi au express -vagon or truck. young
m l kauiid, lik) OOlur, anil an* .*->-y smooth and dos..aule.
"5 Eaaf" *
for sal ? at ltt> EaatT venty-fourth street.
AN KI.KGANT ESTABLISHMENT KOK 8ALF -Ct?N
J\ Muting ol an elegant spun ol sorrel lloree*. l:?hands,
perfectly aound ami kind in e.ei way, uxoeediuglv My-odi
an . very tine driver*; ran trot, together ia :l :10, al *>, an ele
gant PhaeiQB or Dug Cart. made to order by Brewster A Co.;
only used thl* glimmer, also, eleyant Hurucss tor the aamc.
Can be ae*-n at Kbit's alable. Twelfth unit, nrar Univrisit >?
piaar.
A RARF. CHANCE FOR ANY ONE REQUIRING A
good, sound and useful Mare, auitable for auy ... sinea..
or would make a line coup. < horse; eland* 15)., I. mil*
high, between five aud si\ years old, brigh- bay, with long
tall; warranted aonnd and gent c in any harness. Apply for
two days, at Wil*. n'a Stable, corner of Oroaby and Hleeoker
afreets
Ai'AKT and HARNESS FOR SALE CHEAP?Nl-'ilt
lv new; also, an express Wagon, v.tth water prom lop;
also, Harness all icr, little used: will be sold singly or to
gether, j.>r vvstit of use. Apply at the staole, 96 Laurent *t.
AOEVTI.E'- in. ABOl'T going TO EUROPE,
wishes . pose ot bla Home Wagon anil Haines".
Horse brown I band* Inuh, mend and genii' alio < an
tro. ill 2:44 c l'lea*e add. ess box 285 Pom "Qlee N. V
ft A Kill ' . SLEIGHS AND HORSES.?30 SINGLE
\J and in bed llor-es and Ponies: IdO Sleigh of all
kind*, an: lurg* slock of Carnages, Huggie* and Bu*1ueaa
Wagons, new and.- eoml bund, Milling oil at No 10 Nevus
atirei.and H'-4 1 .'ton avenue, Brookeu
/ 1 \RKIAlt! HORSES WANTED.?A PAIR OK FIRST
ra . earn. Home*, sound, kind and of great cndtintu -e
15; j| to IS ham's, piinv built and lira'-rati road boraes. Ad
di-i saC. i V . I'm' oiiice. giving a full d* scription of them
ari.l %?l in UN ? en and the Ion est price.
/NOUPK, HO sE AND HARNESS FOR SALE CHEAP.?
v.- Ilo -.(lain bin. war.anted; Harness r.en and beat
? lu.lliy, .. i !i e e. n ii iuo in ling*; prii r $:i0o. Apply ut p: i
T.ue stable .11 '.Vest ITlutlc l. street.
For sale?a hay patcuen mare, six years
old, lone tail, rtxtaen hand nteii. '.an trm in l .'A) mu
runted ?oiiti I and kind; I* very k'jtILIi. Oan oe seun in K.
Maekey's atabk , I'll Weal Twenty-third a redt.
frtOR SAf.E CHEAP?ONE ROOKAWAY CARRIAGE,
' one llnaeh, one uo top Wngon, one iron Sale, a lot of
eoern Maulng-. luipilreol E. AYKKS. MI Nassau street^
Fa OK SALE?A SECOND HAND ONE HORSE COUPE,
in good . rder. Apply a HUKWSl'ER k BALDWIN S.
7dC Broadway, corgei oi Tenth street.
TpOK SALF.-A PAIR OF P.EAUTIPULLY MATCHED
" long tail bay Mares, IA1,' hands high, live and au years
old; will drlv-siu ;le or dou.de, and are eiu lleot saddle
hor?e*. A'So, a |i.'ind?"nie twn s- at l.ght Capfiage and liar
lie**, and a light Ri k .way, all In enrnplete order. Apply al
Jarvia' lent at Stables, corner Thirty-m ntli sti eel and broal
way. of
LA OR sale AT 102 LAUREN'S ST/iEBT, NINE SECOND
J; h-in , T'uji Wagons, live no t "paamin very light Rypr s* or
Grocer'* Wu.on, with shilling tup, and one six siaat lire'I.
Good aeconiuio 'ations lor ilie gfiruge of w-agnn* and sleighs.
House, coupe, harness, wagons, sleigh,
,tu., for sale.?Horse, a lull sized gray, 9 years old;
C* d|ie made by La i rente C"St87iO; idle top single Wagon,
one wiihont tint, one I'ouy Sleigh, one Ladies' Siwldle. two
Gentlemen's HaddleA, one pair driving Blanket-, Harness,
double and singlen Bobes, Bells, Ac.?Hie stock ol u gentle
man's sinble, who has no further use for them, and Mill be
snlil cheap, inquire at Ketch urn's stable, College place,
Biooklyn. .
EW YORK TATTEBSALLS, SIXTH AVENUE, ( 0R:
o. . ner of Thirty-iiinUi street.?Tin sday, Oct. 2?, at 11>?
o'elork, regular sale at auction of Hum s, Wagons, Harness,
An. At prlvativsale. a very line Pony for ohlldrrn, together
'??i-.ih Saddle. Hrldle, Blankets, Ac.; full warrantee and trial
given. If not sold at private kale will be sold on Tuesday
next without reserve.
N'KW YORK TATTERS ALL?.?TUESDAY, OCTOBER
18, at J1 * j o'clock, at aii'tinn.a black Horse, with long
tai.. eiglrt yi .u s old. nl teen bands high, sound and kind,
stylish arii or in single or double harness and under saddle.
rPKOTTINC HORSE WANTED?TO l?.'i HANDS ?
I Hong tail; inust he sound and kind and be ah e to show
2:45. Addrua* box 6,0ii3 Post offlce.
WANTED?TWO CA11T HORSES; MUST BE 16)4
hands high, and ti l legs than l,4(W bounds weight.
Apply, from 8 to 10 o' l"CK, to JN'O. WEBER, corner of
Smlliiuin street and Flushing av iiuc, Brooklyn.
TIFANTEI)?STALLS FOR A P VIR OK HORSES AND
Vf room lor a carriage, in a private or club stable, aboie
Twenty-third street: the nmghbu.hood of Murray Hill pre
ferred. Address C. M.. box 115 Herald otlice.
ANTED?A MAHOGANY BAY SADDLE HORSE.
fora L'idr; niusi be 15 hands high, perfectly kind,
sound and gentle, trot and canter, stylish in action, go in
single or double harness, about seven years old, long black
main: ami tall. Address, staling lowest cash price, D. D..
Herald uflice.
?VL'ANTED?TWO SPRING CARTS, SUITABLE FOR
Tf carrying about 3,000 pounds weight; must he well
built and short time in use. Applv at Jones'brewery, 186
tith St., between band ll o'clock A. M.
A
FOR S A I, K.
A splendid pair ok ciiinese moo-:e deer,
very *:n?ll mid tame, lor ? c at the Uird "lore, No. 78
Pul'on street.
A K1NDL1NO WOOD FACTORY FOR SALE OR TO
A let, with Engine, Sb ?> and Chopper, or wmit I answer
for chemical works, at 232 Wes; Ben-nlci nth airei-t. In
quire on the ; remises.
OOOD CHANCE FOR A OERMAN OR IRISHMAN ?
A Orncery, Liquor, Klour and Feed Store tor wile, w t'h
Ilninc, Wagou and Harness; situat-d in a good neighbor
beod. Will l>e -o.d cheap, it th>- owner line another store to
attend io. Call till sold at 1M West Broadway, or at 156
Weat Twenty-eighth street
A NICE DRUG STORK KOR S\LE CHEAP-IN A
giMid place to make money, near Broadway Toe pro
prietor will Mil it at a very low price, as he wisin g In relin
quish business. Inquire at 12 Leioy> pla--c, Bleeeker street.
DRUG store" FOB UU-CBBAP FOR CAfU, DO
Ing a good buXtuess; the proprietor has other bti?lne?a
of great Importance. Apply to R. B. PITCAI UN, 347 Blei ck
er at reel, corner Cliarlen atreet.
LluR SALE-TIIK STOCK OK A HOOKIANI) STATION
F try afore, with Intereat In the lease of the premises,
sltunte i on the bent port of Bma-lway, near Stewart a ticw
atore. Address M. E., Ileraid ollire.
Il'OH SALE?10,n01 UBL8. CRUDE PETROLEUM OIL.
1 Will deliver from well*. In good shipping order at tail
road or New York city. lil.nttll hois. Crude Oil, beat quality.
Address W. II.. Oil City, Venango coun'y, Pa.
t>OR SALE?A FIRST0LARS LIQUOR STORK, DOWN
town, near the Utty Hall doing a good business Sstls
furtorv rensoiia glven for aelliug. Applv to A. ROBERT
SON, U'll Bleeeker atreet.
L'OK SALE?ITIE LRABK AND FIXTURES OF STORE
J? No. 4-'>7 SKtli avenue; store tlrat claaa. Ilxtmea neat
and lease low. Any person desiring a line atore, at Very low
rates, in an excellent lootiun. to nt call Immediately.
JYOR SALX-eAM INTEREST IN A W HOLM ALB DRUO
Buainraa, tootled In Chicago. The present owner, rend
ing at llie East. and not being utile to attend to the hnsieeaa
personally, desirea to diauoso of liia Interest. Apply for far
ther i-arilcnlnrH to Vuatrs. WARD, CLOSE A CO , 12* Wil
liam street, N. Y.
iLYOR SALE-A KlllSf CLASH FAMILY* GROCl.RY
r Sme; old stand, doing a good cash trade; with Flkto.es,
Home uml W a;on. Satisfactory reason for selling. Inquire
at the store, 123 Eighth atrenne an I Thirty-sewud street
ijjtOR sale VN AMMOTYPR AND PHOTOGRAPHIC
J Osllertr cheap for i-ash. Oixtd reason* tor sclliug. Ap
ply at the Gallery, it Chatham meet.
OPS.-SIX HUNDRED BALES C HOH'B^QL aXiTY,
growth of IHG2. for sale, In lota to anil. Iiv
WALTER 8. HICKS No. 17 Water atreet
HARDWARE STOCK FOR SALK-SITUATI-ID IN (INK
ot the most thriving villain* of Central New York.
The house lias been eatsbllahed more than forty years, und
has always and la now doing a safe and prosperous buslne-a.
To persona desirous of engaging in llie trade a rare rhanee I*
olfcred. Cornmunlcaliuna addressed to boi 12U, Geneva, N.
Y., will be promptly replied to.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR 8ALB-BLBOANTLY
?.tested doing a good bnalneas. cost g/.IWO, will tie se|<l
lor Rt.SM) t-aah, as the owner I* leaving the rily. No alteu
tlon ?ill be paid to agents. Address lor ten days ' 8UU" He
raM aflh a.
Kerosene oil route for sale-one ok the
heat mutes In the city. This is an opportunity for a man
of small means seldom met with. Will be sold rheap, or
? seh'ingrd for merchandise. Address J. Williams, box
111 Herald ofWee.
PEAR TKKEV-THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale 1 ,,(M) -'andsrd Pear Trees, srlentlhesly grown, pr.ve
$811 per| IU>', aiso 10,DUO Dwarf Pear Trees, at til tier hun
dred, Apples, Pi aches, Chi rrlet and Nectarines ana Plums,
at the very lo?*st war priors An extra hue lolUtclion of
hardy ever hhi-tulng Rows, at $2ii pier hundred, Camillas
and other . ho e (jrsnhouse Pistils at tcaaooahh-prices.
Also a very me aaenrtntent of Evrrgieens oi the very
newest varolii'*. Grown and for sale by U. MARC, at
A-lorla, leing Island. Oiders received by mall or olbrrwlae.
Terms cash.
H
OTP.AM ENGINES AND BOILERS FOR SALE LOW,
IJ to rinse the business.?Engines of one, three, live, six,
eight and one hundred horse power, and a great variety .?r
llui era I rout two to one hundred an I twenty.live hor-e
power, J. WYLIE. 26 Gaiiavvoott struct.
?MRTIia.
IMPOSING SPECTACLE.
I GRAND NATIONAL CANINE CONVENTION.
The renown*! Ifwarl,
GENERAL DON NKKK Kl L.
IS COM ING, COMING,
Mutated en the g.anl
SIBERIAN BLOODHOUND.
Tl't ?l,i?l PRKMII M DOG "PRINCE"
ale--' I I'l C-ii* nl Dsn Brim. Lion Vol its'o . Vi - ? P
h .leti'.v apt id tided by dehtgaet Lout every a.ile, in to he I -
ih'lil . Vflj iVgion of the htni.tal.ie gl'ioe.
1 ()? nilomi it hating ihn-'o- u.g* to evulMl or disjiose of
I pi at pC to
' FKANCIN Bl'TLKH,
I No 3 l eek slip, l
Belt ce VYe.lBs--lay. October
I OPEX4 ON FTR-DaY V.
? l R-nadtesr.
I t| \.t-L\it CttUNTl At*RI i t.. !.il. st/'li > t 'l'N
' | i .1- ? ti." - .- ...t i ? He: ? . ..??
I'a et son, I a; . ... I ? ., I
. | ? to Eklli. ... o- I o ? v e.t l , ???!. J
1 p. ol'iiiiv |I a.:Ot .II I te I Iw* | ? I ,
..?Ij -it It-ill hi- y.veti . -u 'rWt.i gl l" *< "'or I
... >. i g> lit i - ? too , or | I) to l,e ll. I
v I. s . Ki . .-o. lit M n s-.la-e l'?i two. N. '
' ? t It .) A V ! '..in h -. i'i-'.S i ? i '. i-, A
| it ute.t A tf. v Uovatii ooi.e- I
ANuiauiam.
W'
TNTKR GARDEN
Mr. Jitrkwm dMirr < 10 announce that
EDWIN BOOTH
WiU inaugurate the
FIFTH WKEK
Of hla en -ageinent on
MOMMY EVENING, OCTOBER 27,
Appearing. tar Ihe lira! time i hi- "gagerat iii, oa
ROM SO,
In Shakkpcre's piuj <>r
ROMEO AND JULIET
Juliet Mre. F. H. Couway
Merouitu . .. Mr P. H.
NI BLO B car d v
Le.-e v and . .ii W.Utam Wheatley
Till'. Mm KNTII WEEK OF
ED Will lOUBJWT.
who will, tar 'Be
SECOND A.ND POSITIVELY THE LAST UMK
llll-' Sl.vSuN,
appear?a
CIA' i li MHLMOTI K,n
in lir.lw.-rii.te rin. .ii. i i ii iinui llama.
Ml LADY ill LY ONti,
Mr. J McCULLOUiiil i Ilo .Haul
MoNDA. EVENIX . OCT. -7. I ^.
THE LADY OK LYONS
EDWIN FORREST As CLAUDF MKLNOTTB
Br.viscant ..Air. J. ta '.'<.Itunach
Uiluatl tlinuu Mr. J.I. Uu.ueu
I'aulin In- ' appcllr Mil.. .1. II. Alien
M.iImiuc Den im po'? > Mis* Mar; Well*
Wiuow Multpjtle Madame Pouisk
Muniral iM-'Ctor Mr Harvey it Dolworth.
Toe BENEFIT atid positively the last appearance lain art
aon of
MR. IIACKETT
la fixed for Tl RsDAY EVENING next, wheu, by pcr.oual
??quest, Be n iu perform tu
UI'RaT kalhtaff
or Shakspere's hlstorc ?' p.a), iu live acta, *-nttii<-d the Kir t
I'ari ol King Itniry IV
Nights ot pi-iloi .mH'T of
EDW IN FORREST.
MONDAY WKDNi 3DAY, THURSDAY uu l FRIDAY
In mMqw aw n| ilo numrioua inquiries wli a EDWIN
FORltE.sT will again app?: r m h a, great eharaetero(
THE CARDINAL DURE,
in Buiwer's "Richelieu, 'ihe management heg leave ta inform
ilie public that lb? liam.t win be n>p< .ilea
ONCIi A WEEK UNTIL KUKTHER NOTICE
With the exception ol 'be I'd*..., NO FMEK LIST.
Dr -- Circle .mil Parquet, Ml uenla; Secured Parquet
Mills, 74 tints; Family Circle, 24 rents.
Tlic parinn.iaact* will commeuce at a quarter ta eight
o'clock. Tito iloora will open at a quarter past .ev. n o'clock.
s
EW' BOWERY THEATRE.
Hale propneuir. . ..( Mr. J. W . L'nrard
'MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVEN INCH, < ct. 27 and 24.
ANOTHER NEW SENSATION ORAM A
First nights of Urn a. w . an powerful drama, with a pio
logo" and Hirer acta, rut,lira
ICLACDK DUVAL,
THE HIGHWAY*! vS OF 1CCQ-81.
With new a all ihar.ir.erlKiir . euery. appointments, cos
tallies, Ac,. At.
Mr. II, C. Bonliaee a? the gicat Highwayman
Mr. 11 ooka as a Politician
Mrs. VV. G., rue iik. . Nell Uwya, ihe Orange Girl
Miss Drul api an Putbii.e France
Mine Hiithatvny a- L iU> II aw aril
Mr. NunsM... ua The K"tarion Bloa'l
Mr. .Y.ir/i ?? n Mervyn
.Mr. I.yv, I '.-ui . ..?? .lite HypocriteOKkat
/ CLAUDE DUVAL.
CLXVnE DUV \T. CLAUDE DUVAL.
A DRAMA AND A FARCE.
BRYANTS' MINSTRELS,
MECHANICS HALL, 472 BROADWAY.
.Monday, OctolM'r 27i anil every night da lug til" iveelc.
another brilliant programme.
Cruelty to iloliimy. it,vv Recruits, Tin p*u?o*ul-ou,
I.ES MISERABLE*,
Pike's Peak Musicians, D lliarlt Brigade.
DAN BRYAN I mill NKLSE SEYMOUR
THE ECHO.
The Hand*' lone Brat linn. Uur'.enque Ctrcua.
IE c Yl'T'IVO TROVAToRK.
Leanoia . Mad. Howgrd Knbrle-co
Maui lea 8. C. CaquibeU | Flrsl Ruffian Dull Bryant
Dooii open ui b'?, curtain rises at 7m. Tirketa 2 > cents.
CI HA RLEY WHITE'S t. RE AT TEST! MONIA L, TEN DEK"
J ED II1M BY THE MANAGEMENT, WILL TAKE
PLACE ON THIS coming Thusdny iiIkIi lb" !10tb AT 144
BROADWAY. iU BROADWAY. REMEMBER TilUKB
DAY NIGHT of thin WKEK, Ocl. 30.
AAA -THE GREAT AMERICAN MUfllO HALL,
'J:/?/?. 411 BROADWAY, 411
THE MUSIC HALL OF TUE MASSES,
Still basking III Ibr an ash I lie of prosptS'llv.
HOUSES CROWDED EVERY MIGHT.
The auras of ainnsi m-nt ill Ihe o.ty of New Y'ork will
acariely lurnBh a paoillel lor the extraordinary atiro aaof
the GREAT AMERICAN MUslC HALL It has wiHialood
every aior ... wiille all the many liuitatloua of tlua, the n o le|
Music Hal!, Iiavr been nivumpraatiil lost. The records of lire
stage tail to present sueb another
MONSTER COMBINATION OF 0EN1US
As la now D vthtlv appearlog here.
EVERY STAR ARTI8T
Of unusual lustie an excellence we mi once secure.
Every night we present something
OKIOINAL, HOVEL AND MERITORIOUS
In Babel, B .. lesqiir, Extravugiin/a, Sang and Dunce.
Our |Marforin.iuce iiiilies m on.- brilliaut cmcnalnnient all
Die most Ultrai'iive features of the tlm ill lorl, opeiala: and
tcrpKii-iiorean arts with the genius of Ethiopian mm-tiel-y.
NOTE T1IE MAGNH'H ENT ARRAY OK TALENT.
TOXY PASTOR,
The first and best comic vocalist now living, who will appear
this week Iu an entirelv new budcet of Iiin original ?ougs.
CHARLEY WHITE,
New York's favorlb' Ethiopian ooncillan. In new acl.s, witti
cisms and In- itiiniitiih.e "Contraband" ilrltoeaiiuus.
.MISS KITTY HLAN'Cli.VRD,
The most beaulltul anil ace mipl.Khcil il.iii-euse ol the day.
MONS LA TlloUNK,
In his marvello'is Cuuian Ball Feat, a wonderful per
formance.
H. W, HAG AN.
In entirely new and ci igmai Socgh an l Dnnees.
MISS MILLIE 1L0R.Y,
lu her exquiKite dances.
P. LEE, J. WUlTlNtl.
In various Negro Comical ties. Ban p.alrl a and Duatitiei.
THE FOREST SISTERS,
MISS ELLA WASNER.
THE SPLENDID COUPS DK BALLET.
The mout perfect and complete in the United Sialea, under
the direction ol the renowned
MONS PAUL BRILLIANT.
MLLES. MARY BLAKE. IDA HOTS BERTHA, HELENA,
CHARLES, FANNY ARCHER. JENNIE ESTELLE. Ac., Ac.
Fanning uu the whole Ihe struugc* .oaipany ever presented
on say one stage.
GRAND MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY.
ROBERT W. BUTLER Proprietor.
MONS LA THOKNE Stage Mamigpr.
FRED VON ALKEU .VliMu ai U.re lor,
NOTICE?The great eomp.laieutarv Tesiinionial lo
CHARLEY WHITE,
Will take place on THURSDAY, NOV EMBER 30. when a
MAMMOTH BILL OF ATTRACTIONS,
embracing a host of novelties will he preseuieil.
A HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND VERY PROFITABLE
Bxhlbltiou for -ale low. having oihet engagements,
situated on Brindway; largo dally rcci ipls, well patronized
and money making
BUM Til WICK A WOOD. 8.' Nassau sireel.
JEU HIvABas
A magnificent nvRH octave rosewood
Pianoforte fur aale?elcganttv carved, over*trung ba-*,
lull nun plate, lined with Mttinwood; all inuilern Unpmve.
nients; made to order, b."en in u*e seven months; cost $360,
lor $230, In luding Stool and Con r. Al-o, Parlor Furniture
hi a sacriuce. Inquire at 113 H'cil Twenty-third street, near
sixth avenue.
Armmoft'-AH excellent \ iolimst wishes
to t.ikr a lew mote scholar*. A|>|il> at U Catharine
?treel. up star*.
MAONIKICBNT $600 ROSEWOOD 7 OCTAVE PIANO,
rarved lea*, extra carved moulding*. round corner*,
gr.,ud action, overstrung, sweet and power! ul tune, made to
order fy one oi tbo be?t eltjr maker*, only *e,l live mouth*,
will be *old for $250. aa the owner leave* the elty in ? lew
day*. The greatest bargain In the city. Call at 13 Bond at,
New oboan ron sale.?a new organ. six
aiop*. 1octave pedal, with exfa ned.tl, atop and
couple, blue., w.ilnnt ca*e, lor sale, atK. R. E.SGKLKRIED'H
organ factory, 1U7 Chrystle atrret,
CI "lb " NKW ***** OCTAVE PIANOS, IN ROSE
Iron i rumen and overstrung ba?-. for
$150; do., with nioiildiu,*, $160. do , wild carved leg* and
iniatd with name hoard, $175 ami $.i*>; do., with pearlkrys,
$.23 and $2.'*i; new ti)jj oetafe, $14d. The above Piano* are
the greatest bargain* ill the city. Second hand Piano* from
$25 to $100. New Melodeon* ait extremely low pre cs. New
and *erond hand Plane* and Melodeon* to let. Rent allowed
n pnrrfaaed. Monthly payments received for the *amc.
Caah paid for aecond hand Piano*.
HORACE WATERS, Agent, 481 Broadway.
IlVETRVCTlulr.
At COOPER IN.sriTI TK?BRYANT, BTRATTON A
Penu a Conn ervlal Colli ge?ln-ti uctlon day and even
in ; In bookkeeping, mercantile law. bualncaa penmanship,
t-ooiuierclal aiithineiie, higher iiiatbeu.aiica. Ac. Every
possible udmntage idle red young me a tor acquiring a com
plete business educallou.
AFBRNCll LADY. OF MUCH KNPKKIKNrS IN
teaching, deelre* a sitiiatlon a* govern *a iu nine re
spoculoe family, or a, coinpMi on m a lady . she iun produte
the la-at references for character and eapa-'iijr. Apply till
Wedneiday at 47 We*t 12tli si.
AYOCNO LADY dksirks a situation as visit.
Ing governuea* n ihi*city, or I* willing to go abroad in
the capacity of teacher to mi.,ill children; having never
taught before a umall aaiary will be re<|uired. Addreaa P. L.
II . Herald ulhc?.
AOOOD HANDWBITINO OUAKANTKKD TO ALL IN
ten leaaoii* ul one hour ea. h Young men fully quail
(led lor tne c aiming room. Each pupil la separately taught.
Instruction nrw Ural and thorough
on pre" ti- al and thorough.
OLIVER B GOLDSMITH, No. 6 Fourth
avenue.
}<
A LADY OK REFINEMENT AND EDUCATION HAS
opened a select S-diool in one of the moat desirable lo
cation* in the clr lor children from seven to twelve. Eng
lish branches. i ano anil inglng taught. Term* moderate.
Apply at 64 Seventh avenue.
Board wanted-ry a ukntleman. where in
?iriictiun in Muvlc will he taken in whole or part p.iv.
mem for the name. Addreaa Music, Po*t office atauotl fc,
tor two daya
LOCUTION TAUOHT?ST IMMEKIN'. CUBED. ?
j Oieat* ultiu?i*.*in *t the Vir al Oyinna?nm, 23 K.ial
Tueniy-M-venili aireel, Corner of Mad.hum avenue. Complete
course In Vocal Uymnaatn*, Elocution ami CalMbvuna.
K|?-cial attention given to the culture and development of
tne voice. Vis al gymnastics render the voice .mooth, pow
tut end melodious, and *flord ua the highest order of exer*
c'.se. Summering radically cured. The *y*tein approved
and practiced by the tlrwt master* In Berope.
BENCH NUKsERY GOVERNESS WANTED?TO
* icude in FhllAdeiphia; *iie nmt b? capable of teaching
French correctly; *l*o tie rudiment* JJ snKngHsh edwoa.
Hon will nave Ike ehsrgeuf three children, tour to six year*
Of h HI best Cfty refresoss required. Applleatlon by letter,
matins referenne*. residence and other particulars will re.
eelve allenliiin if dim led to N". 3d West 14th at., N*w Yor*.
or box 2,177 P.nlad Iph a Post office.
I NSTKU> i'lON?tiN VBRY EASY TERMS, FOR ItRA
1 .'in* which will ue told to whom It ma) con'iiro. One
o. two Ante i oi i y. will b ad united a* hoaider* i , a hrat
raleai auemy veri near to New v ork. Frenuli. Spanish mid
a r.nan language. taught. Addreaa M. W. 11, Bioulya
Po-l office.
ILITART INSTRUCTION.?OFFICER1 OF VOLl'IT
?eg,men'- may be miallttetf to act a* mtMfeetry ta
mr'""UHS, "ii icry fimdt nii term*, and In a lew ev> ,i ug
; s.nn*. Add re I". Wilkinson, 5(16 Broadway. Civilians
-I receive no r-|dy.
rpo Tt.F- LADIES AND (.ENTLEMKNO K~ NK W \ ijRK
? ,i.i inttv ?The "en-Bt* derivid . > the
j i,llt*oii '? il dvi't nf RiigNted trodi miliary -\er, ,c* lut*
., ?( Mti ii ?ni?-r tooeai h i* aervtciB a# Drill In4f >a
!.,r ii-ntli iw*n can b Inatrm-eil tit tl e .tan of i,.e bp,oil
in i K,.ott sanxi, *c? Ate ndntao I'heu tagt t'ia i n m c,
?, ? in. e ST. dOtlN ti. HF.d'O.vi UK, Hit) deevhef
lis . Of Iterlf*jtMy*ar -in lu-moi Ltremiarda
y IS UNO O'tVKRNKSH Y LADY EXPKRI i-.N- IM
r iu tuition i* di-aim is of b ttng nritg ttn tnnpi?i i nt *
? i?v or .or y i . le* *.iiia. Hestrieetbi Hr. ? i di i >?eb?a
. ie would iLW to 46-' man a.el K eavh ,,l4?i*:"i. ? Due.
a,-.tui *tc, b , o.'il.Tenia*. Atrjit L. iu. ,slM
lUraldoffix.
M
A WOMMCBMTMa _
WiLuma
Ou<>. ? ?p>-u at >ii:i pul mvii Ragle el eight.
Weefc'a pr-.g amine of uw iu'l old Ca?*dlaa ?
MOMMY New Comedy night.
ElLh con-, the arm Play.
BOSOM KRTBNDS,
* l.ich In.* alr -ady attracted on - . .ihi en . . o e* the*
have crowio'il ee ry part of tbi* large .,n u
t ib scenery, cosr? mk- AN!) AC I ISO
KMi TTIN i TIIK LOUDBAT APPLAUSE
TUl SDaY?fio- H -!le'? Htrniag.ru>
W KDN I T? V Y -SI >Lh n .,ht of Boa ru Friend
THIKSOAY-Nou.v
KltlUAY?Safe . th u'gbt of No arm Friend*.
SAI'i IIOaY Kirat lioi. Ibis aen-'itl. Tbd J ' ?
Due nut! .. va ill he gtv. not tu? repri i. ntaiion . (I Die
Plnugu ..ml c utiai P ?>
AURA KKENK'H THE VTHK
J >.>;., I .1 Ct'ESS
NEW THICK vi I COMEDY
MONDA - . .--ly t.ufhl ?.?ir1111< 'he erg-'k,
n i best kc . rui. v. ickKD,
Re ceived uighGv nun
SiyU'TB OK LAUGHTER
From the rti-e to the ill of i?e . r aln
To ethlmi.de \v it. Ihe e.it.te a. eiie of
A CONJI'llAl. LP. .SON
.Mr end Mr*. Lullaby.. Mr Una ml Ml-- v.. C! Itno
/s OTTSCHALK CONCERTS ?IKVIN.. HAI L
vX Third ("i.n'el't .>1 Hie - --i** ,>i
TUB ORE AT PIANIST
? ill tnke plm' en
TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER t*.
when the ?o.lowing i-l" villa.al .lMr ii..tt*olialtt ?
MISS KaNNY .-TO. 'K r >N, Ho VOUI.K .A me. I. .1. V. all*. ;
MISS Kl OEKiK hAltN. TCIIE H o eiu.iieut l'.au..i;
MR WILLI A At CASTLE,
the new end hlrl.lv ; >' -fill Tenor-pupil of Hiennr A belt*;
MK TIIEDDOIvK TIHlVSAri, Hum a! DiitcI-r,
?! rt K KltKN, K!tittet;
MK II C. 'ITMM and other*.
TICKETS 9(1 CENTS
RESERVED ? IIAIHH 91 CENTS EXTRA.
Ticket oili'ea at Bo rA Scbirmei'*. <01 lirwadwnv; K bar
fei.h rg .* L'i.?', 7'i'j Broad-v ay; Hi .etl A rialLbur/'* h'o. 7
Navenn ; l. .-et, anil lit Irwnt lino.
iloUer.iralk'a 1**1 Evening Coie-crt on Thursday, Oct. AO.
tirr.it pitpaiauoti- are ' *lug mo le tor Mr Collnchalk's
IIKANI) MDRMNil CONCERT.
(IN SATURDAY MuRMNG. NOVEMBER I
Pot- .vcly Mr. lioliHclialt.'a la*i eppi arauce tu New York
fur nioiilh*.
B
AI-Nl M'S AMERICAN MCSEUM.
TRIUMPHANT JUOCKS-t.
IMMENSE CROWDS.
IMMUN E CROWDS.
IMMENSE CROWDS.
(IRKAT ENTHUSIASM
IN II N.-.E I- XC ITEM EN r
BOUCI Ad LT' - lilt -VI DRAMA.
BOUCICAUI.T'S HUB AT DRAMA.
UijUC1C VL.LT S CR AY DA.l.iA,
PA U \ RKITK;
PAtlVKhTTK.
PAin REIT K;
PAU V HET'l E;
OK,
UNDER THE SNOW.
UNDER TDK .NOV.
UNDER THE SNuVF,
continue* to be rr-oel ml vith
TIM NDKRH OK APPLAUSE
TIM NOLICS OK API ' VI SI-..
THIN D -Its OK AI PLAU-iE.
THUNDKK8 OK API' AU.-.IS.
THE CROWD INCREASES DAILY.
THE CROWD IN RBAShS D.viI.V,
THE CROWD IN KB AS LS DAILY
EVERYBODY JS DELIGHTED Willi IT.
THE SCENERY IS TRULY MAO.MIT, KN'T.
embracing *o,oc of the wildest and uio.it pJ-rth! enQen
BCCUUB ill
ULOKIOUS OLD SWIT/.LRLAND.
And the rich an;. beaut >i til
PALACES AND CHATEAUX OK ( RANCH
All O! which .ire ol the bleb st order O ct'iilc ?rl. em
1)11,1'"i T11E WILDEST MOUNTAIN SCENERY.
THE SNOWY A Y A I, A ACHE,
THE BURIED II' T
TERRIBLE STORMS \M) PLACID SKIES.
The charactem arc comity iiU-n' -ti? ?
THE OLD SOLDiP.P. IN SEARCH OK HIS
DA' OUTER,
THE DAUGHTER IN SEARCH ??K HER FATHER.
THE DUCHESS THE vol NO COUNT,
THE DUTCHESS- DAUGHTER VIVAN01BBI- ^ ^
Uw* Wryak-ternoon and evening,
Ai :l and 7hi " >. > >
MISS FRANK NIXON, DvNSLUSE
Thn malinger hn* had modell' d n> way ligene?ae* of oat
MOST DI8TINGI ISIILl) N tTlONAL SOLDIERS,
UBN. HALLECK. OEN. M. CLI.LL vN.
GEN. HANKS, GEN. BCRN.nlDK, fcEN. rOPB.
UEN. CORCORAN,
end the gloriuue old
COMMODORE FOOTE.
Also the Infamous le1*:!*,
JEKK. DAVIS AND BEAl REGARD.
All In full costume. AI?o Ufe UKcneaaea ?f
OUEEN VICTORIA ANO THE PRIM E OK WALKS.
All of which arc to be seen at all hour*, vviih ti>o beautiful
colored Truplcai Flab, Sacred Uull und Cow of to- Ihid.me,
Living Moi.ater Snakr*. Ltring Iltppy Faml y, wn* Fl ur>h,
anda milBoi. ormber Wonder*.
Admiaaion to all, bh cent*. Children timler It, IT cent*.
FOX'S OLD BOWERY rHEATRE.
SEVENTH IEEK OF ' ' O, L. VOX.
MONDAY AND TI ESI? VV (u ;oRE'tf7 AND N
rHK i KO--KLSS OK v .- AMI'
IN ENGLAND IRKI. v.NO AND V -TBAIXA.
Villain, alia H> y kit- Wr U L. FO\
Kr&ult Fiohh .11. Langiltm I K '?y Ha u r .U. W. Thor.?l^??
Maggvaou.... il. <'Uat? u ! J I i?i4 *
Enilly >llh? R. Den. ? S-.'-lv N nuv Herr-ii#
* THE MAGIC PILLf , ,
Dandy Boiachio Or?? a <1 A4, ?',J*
THE BANDIT OK rTI K "LIND KIEL.
A BEAt T Kt'L NEW VDVLRTISINO CUR YFN
exliil t e l nu'lttly hetv-en lie ac'?.
A few choree panel* leil. A up!. .'> '.h-r Box c'dce.
German opera hoi k, ?
No t*i Bmadwa - r of Bwune ??'????
SUNDAY E KN'.N'., OCTOBER ?8, ??-!
OitvMl SACRED
CONCERT.
The followlnc arlbt* will appear ?
MME. ZIMMBUMANN _
MESSRS. LoTTt.
8. 8. MILLS.
L. 8CHREIKEB.
J. NOLL,
C. BRANNRr.
J. I'RAHL,
Together with
THE AKION SOCIETY,
And the
GRAND OROIIK R\ OF THE OPERA.
Conductor .. U-*rl Aneenuth
AlC ISSlON.
Part|i?et and dre*e eirele 25cene
Referred 38ccnte 'tire
Second tier 15 crnth
Doors open et 7: to rouin.eoee at s e'e'u -k
MoNDAV, Of'1 ODER IT.
GRAND Ol'EiiA AND BALLET,
IRAN DB PARIS.
EOROK QHKI8TV S vf IN.-. TRELS.
585 Biond"* . > pnosltr Metrup-i'ltan Hotel.
MONDAY. OCTOHKR 27.
FIRST NIHIir
or TH K
NEW 81'F.CTACi LAR 1'IECE,
written by 8ylee*t*r Bh-ek.-r entitled the
TREATY WITH JAPAN,
produced with new .c-'ueiy. 'n*tumc*, deouetlont, Ac., at h
cost of rotiilderably le*a inan
$10,000
It ha* not be*n
THREE MONTHS IN PREPARATION,
nor have there be.-n
THREE MILES OK CANVASS PAINTED;
but the * rule ilhistration*, by Mr. John Evn , embra A ?
?P endld and 'aithful
VIEW OK THE CITY OF JEDDO
eri Tin
ENTRANCE OF COMMODORE PORTER INTO JAPAN.
TIIK HBDOI IN ARAIL* OK COLOR,
the connecting link between the monkey a ul id - home?
tribe,
STILL BOUNDING INTO PUBLIC PAYOR.
GEORGE CHRISTY
in TI"
PEUCIIK E H Il'OISI,
TIIK
CORDK 1 ENDUE,
??in in*
WONDERFUL TOCKUILLON8 D'AFRt JI'E,
will cut eereral b?ttle< of eaper? during me evi-niug.
GRAND MATINEE
every Saturday. Pngremtoe eeuie a* the evening,
Wood s mii*siiu'iii
6I? HRO iDWAY, AM
Dpi o.it" the St. Nteiiol** Hold.
ilENltY WOOl> Proprietor. An.
INCREASED ATTRACTION
BNTIKK NKW PROGRAMME
UNISTEi; KUPTF.li suet:kss.
HOUSE CROWDED NlUllTt.Y.
MONDAY, O't. 2*. and every evening <1 tru.g ihe week.
WOOD'S MINSTRELS
The Model TroU| e of the Pftifeaelon '
Eph Horn, Charley Km, Frank Brnor l'o I W kl!t, AInrW,
Henry, Klorene", Uarnwvnl, l*ava, be >i*. Ac A ?, A n
now ml pleasing at in Oeii?rl?i?tn"p nn u. P n"tb PJ
mi*, llamlet. Wall St Broker*. I! ippv I i,. ?? T-ni Sm> 1
.McUltaral, Uncle San, Wo all be Ion: ?<? the BUM A n??.
Sons*. Dance*. Ac.
Door* open (TV Comment e 7*1 o'clock. Ticket.-.a P.
HOOLEV'S OPERA HOUSE BROOKLYN
Corner of Court anil K.tii*rn
Monday evening Urtn-er 77, and eierj K"'
T-'IKTH WP> h
AND THE RUSH UNABATED.
CROWDS. CROW 08,1 CROWDS
UNAHLE TO O.UK AD 8111AMS
towitn.-** the tncocniaad* entertainment uile.rdhv IM
great No.|TWT^,fs -IN<TRBW.
who** concert* durtni! the pe*t t >ur w-ek* at t >e abovn
family retort liarc elicited th - highest ct>i omimua lion tbn
utr?* and liav* been wPnemod by ???
proa, an 1 I a yfKTHKN THOUSAND
of the elite an l fa?h on of ?eonkh n.
ANOTHER MAMMOTH PROGRAMME
FOR ITIK PKE-bST WEEK,
rep'ete with the new-t Oem* ?f MlnatreUy, Hit reperoeg
u hb
DIALOGUE, DAEUF. AND Bl RLBS IK.
Doora open at AS. to common, e at 7'. Tte.eta 2 . 1. nU.
WONDERS UPON WONDERS' ' AND -TILL A
uondiir. Whohaa hrardm the t'RKMORNB No 620
Bredway, with all It* i-pien tor, as aee u I to 10 ie. Jiim t e
"plant.' to while away a few hour* Tne ! ? <1 of ninth
menu on hand. Gentlemen netting l*? a K una'* ? heatro
are requra-ed u> rail and one tin. Pleat uj wa!tre*aee always
In attendance
QBO. 0. SHOTltERTON 1 ?
| ALEX P OILDi.it.Hi i.EYI', 1 Uropri<- nc
Buckleys skrenaders, now r latino in
Boston.?IAS. BUYhLEY, ?f u,.. ahoy, tronpe. cu ?
tlnnea to leack the Banjo and Y loiiii .it hla residence, No. rid
White ?treet, near Hrotidway. 12 leaaon* 01 one' or e? .1
tor AY. Patent and otnci Banjo* for aale ? lien... A *?, Ban
jo* teptln U and 1 retted.
MI.IZ7.1H BELL HAS THE HONOR Ti> YNNOUNCM
. that *he will give her hr?t Rtadlng In all o r*
home for the orphan* of volunteer*, on YVr 1 ie* iy otnn.
tlcl. 22, at Dodwgfth Hull, Nki 0Wndw.ii n? r . mh ir. i ,
on wltlo . oera*lon *he 1* l> ppy 10-> y that ? ? *eeure?
tne ut-lttanceof Piof. D. 1 . PRICE the Lliar.it a; Yi>rau*t
and Uultari t Ticket* for *act at 81 el ? N ? . h.t- aii
ttreei; Scharfenlieig A Lnl*'. 7'# Hi" ?? V 'I*'1 ? -0.1?,
Mil Broadway.
Hope chapbl?tirkkll's calikorni a*-*kxhi?
billon every evening at 3 . Wenne- ., an. Sa-rtar'
?t temonna al :<?*. Ado.no.ion it r un. Bp at e\u. ait'oo0
^ivi u U? ? ho??U, ko ieu? on Ihm r? ?i .
Banjo tauoiit pi: iPfCtEnt in twelyb LKseonSi
i,. >, nadt.1 ice, nr th" O ii -m Hro liet*. (Sao ?n ;
tl.ree ti n t * 'irht peed b n> 1 ? nam Pupil* tan*ht n*
avtonpnn.. Hi" in.. piano and viSiii. P .ptl Hit 1 fur L*
*'.141
nrei looni'i* Apply hi lo.i a ouater aireet.
fpO LET-PA LACE O MUfltC, KOUitrEENTH STREE",
j 1, a "th krrnue. m-ptlre ntj th- | ramiaca.
r, O I KNT-OltY.MI'Tf Tilt ATI.K. EffTLADKLrult,
I 11 -i'?, with all ?kn seny and flfliirt't ? t 1 -M t
ei-i ov-rt* Iihiil Ad,!t-,#'fiio,iina II. Ea. . 01.... a ?-"'?'MML J
kUt.tl, i' Htu -.fhl*

xml | txt