BITU ATIONH WAJITEP-FBMALM.
Drwi?kem sad WfitTiUl.
1ST FLOOR, FRONT ROOM, 887 EAST tITH BT ?
Kaahlonable drees and cloaVmaklnj: Bummer and Kail
Siilla, $0, upwards; Wrappers, Hi a $8 Ml; also children's
' and misses' varments made lo order; ralterns and F'aahtou
Hates, cutting and baatlng. Terms cash. Call or addross.
7QRBAT JONES ST.?A. DRESSMAKER WOULD
like a few more customers; will go to the house and 6t If
> preferred) underclothing mad* alio; prices moderate. Call
i cn or address, for one week, ONBlDA.
Of* 8TH AV - MISS WALLACE, FIRST CLASS DRESS
Ovl maker, quick cutter, stylish trimmer, would go In the
country for hair uaual price. Inquire In the dressmaking
8TH AV? DREHSMAKINO ROOMS. -BY A MIDDLE
i if? wooaau, 10 tew, Uki care of a child, or attend
an invalid. Can be teen at her present employer's.
Afti WK8T 14TH ST.?A FIR8T CLA88 DRKSSMAKKR
V? a* forewoman to take charge of a Drat claaa dreaa?*?*l
or dreaamaking and millinery eatabllahment: would
o Weil or South ; the beat reference given and required.
Addreaa Mrs, WILLIam8.
Q7 AMITY ST.. TOP FLOOR.?AN AMERICAN WIDOW
Ol to do tewing or waabiug to aupport her family. Call all
Iron BROAD WAV.?A COMPETENT DRESSmaker
la deairuiia of obtaining employment by
the day or week ; can operate on Wheeler A W Haunt machine;
will Drliii; her own mucblno If dealred. Call on or
ddrMa Mr*. KKAKT.
Experienced dressmaker wishes work in
the country for two weeka or longer. Call In 7th av.,
corner of iMtli it., over bakery, directly opposite the church.
9 MORTON ST.- A MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN WOman
as bouaekeeper In a widower'* family. Call oraddreaa.
.11 WEST WASHINGTON PLACE, NEARGTHAV.rr
I An American laily do?lrea a poaltlon as housekeeper
or any |oltlon of truat; haa a Wlllcox A Gibba machine 1 none
but reapecable partlea need apply; beat reference given. Call
on or addreaa C. P., dreasmaker. ^
4- UBABITH ST. AN AMERICAN WOMAN AS
< ) housekeeper In a bote): baa a practical knowledge of
the aame. Call on or addreaa A. H. MILTON.
8?> EAST lOI'H ST., NEAR 4TB AV.-AN ENGLISH
? J laJv rh housekeeper or chambermaid or child'* nurae.
Inquire of Mra. C.
Q(k AMITV ST. A Vol'NO WIDOW I.ADY, 8TRAN0F.R
tjt' In the city, aa bouaekeeper In a bachelor'* or widower'*
famllr. None but thoae willing to pay fair aalarv need
mWEST BROADWAY IN THE PAI'ER STORK.?
A amait, energetic, middle aged lady as houaekeeper
; fa exceedingly neat and systematic; understands
marketing, and Is not above work; a widower or bachelor'*
home piererred. Heine dealrou* of having the entire manareinent,
and adequate for any position of tru*t, none out
Rartlea of rcapeelablltty need apply, Call on or addre*)
7QO 8D AV.-AN ENGLISH LADY OK GREAT
|C?0 experience aa houiekeepar In a hotel or widower'*
family, or a* matron In an luatitutlou ; tirat class references;
none nut persons of respectability need applv. Call on or
addreaa M. R. G.
An AKfiKII Ad. A W1UUW, IS ANXIOUS TO PROcure
a situation as housekeeper, companion to a lady
and assist in light housekeeping, sewing, or any similar
position; onlj llrst Han prlrate families; reference* given.
Address Mr*. H., station L, Uailem.
A POSITION AS HO' BBKSKPBm, OOVERNESB AND
companion wanted by a lady ot" rnflnemant. Reference
elvon and required. Address APl'LETON, Herald office.
A FOREIGN LADY OK RI.FINKMKNT WISHES A
position as housekeeper, or would accept ?ny light employment
at her residence; accompllihrnonts, French, music
ana drawing. Address Mrs. W., station D.
HOU8EKF.EPER.-AN ENGLISH LADY, HAVING
been In the country nearly 12 months in the aboye capacity,
will be at liberty In September, seeks a like appointment:
a small family or charite or a widower's house preferred
; high reference! offered. Address A. K., Post office,
Hew Rocbelle, New Vork.
WANTED?A PO-ITION AS HOUSEKEEPER, IN A
widower's family, by a young widow, without encumbrance.
Address for one week, HOUSEKEEPER, Herald
"\XTANTED?A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER BY A
II younc widow lady from the South : none but first class
parties need answer. Adtiress Mrs. DOWNS, Herald office.
TirANTr.D-BY A MIDDLE AliED RESPECTABLE
f y lady, a situation ss housekeeper In a prlrate family
or as nurse to an Invalid lady ; would make herself otherwise
useful; good references given and required. Address
box 77 Herald Branch office, Brooklyn.
MO WEST I9TH ST., IN THE RKAR.--A RESPECTJ_l"
? able woman wishes some gentlemen's or families'
washing. Call or address Mrs. MORRIS, as abovo.
t) I 1 WEST 3211 ST., BKTW I'.EN iTII AND KTH A VS.,
Zi l 1 rear, room 10.? A llrst class laundress will go out by
tbe dav or lake a few ladles' or genilemen'B washing nt her
bouse ; excellent city reference.
ysn WEST 40TH ST., SECOND FLOOR, IN THE
O'JO roar.?A lady of experience wishes washing and
/??) * Sd AV., BETWEEN MTU AND <1ST STS,. IN
. DOt the fancy store.?A respectable woman to take
washing and ironing to her own house; no objection toco
out by the day; Is a good laundress and can flute and polish;
good city reference; no objection to take hold of anything.
A r ELIZABETH 8r.-AN ELDERLY LADY AH
T-*.) nunc; haa had long oiporlence and Is a worthy sud
reliable person ; will go for an Invalid or other siokness ; la
opr. WEST 1STH ST., NEAR 8TH AV.-A RE)
> ) spectable itomau a* child's nurse or housekeeper or
nurse to an Invalid lady; heat reference.
'-11 n WEST 21ST ST., SF.OOND FLOOR.-AN AMERIOH
' can woman will take rare of a child, not under two
years old, at her own homo.
'Oil EAST HOUSTON ST.?AS NORSE TO AN lNOtI
mild hv a kind and pleasant disposed Uerraaa woman.
('all or address.
$C A/\ -A WIDOW LADY, RESID1NO IN IIF.R OWN
? house, will take entire charge of a child for three
years for 4500; highest references given and required. Address
Mrs. II. BUTLER, station H.
XT URSE.?WANTED. A SITUATION AB NURBF. FOR A
X> competent I'rotestant woman, capable of taking the
rare of * l>al>y ; ten vears rtferonce from her last place. Address
by letter, NURSE, care W. Culler Duncan, New York.
rjey barrow st.-a youno lady as ladies'
I companion or housekeeper; no objection to travel;
best reference. Call on or address L., from 1 to :t P. M.
79 BARROW ST. A YOUNO LADV IN A FANCY
4 store; Is a good seaiustiess: unuerstaudi single entry.
Call on or address L.? from 1 to 3 P. M.
91 Q EAST HTH ST.-A LADY WISHES OOPYtMQ
) I O to do either nt home or In an otlice. Address
A YOUNO LADY DESIRES A SITUATION AS
teacher of English In a school or as governess; would
aooept the position of companion or amanuensis to a lady,
fan give hl^h recommendation from one of the oldest colleges
of New York. Best references ; uo objection to travel.
Address C. H., station F.
ATOUNO LADY FROM THE NORTH OF ITALY,
speaking Kn^Jlah and capable of teaching French, Oer
man non iiaiiau, mso limine, uriiiri * siiuawon as resident
or dally governess. Address A. H., FlshklU, N. Y. *
A GERM AN I.ADY WILL TEACII HF.R OWN LANguage,
grammatically or conversationally, during the
day or evening, at $9 per quarter; has ureal experience and
an excellent method. Address DRESDEN, Herald office.
AN ENGLISH LADY, WHO HAS TA UGHT SUCCESSfully
In tills country and ban lately returned from Europe,
wishes an engagement as-governess In a school or family,
or as companion to a lady. Can furnish good references.
Address M. S. S., Kahway Po.it office, N. J.
TO FLORISTS. -A PARISIAN LADV, MARRIED, THOroughly
acquainted wllh the profession ot making flowers,
withes to bud aneugigemezit In such an establishment, where
she at the name time could learn the English language. Apply
to Mrs. DELKR, 219 6th at. *
TITANTED BY AN AMERICAN LADY, OK SEVERAL
VT rears' experience, a siluition as governess or as
teacher in a public or private school; leaches English,
French, German, and beginners In Latin, Italian and Spanish
; no objection to travelling; excellent reference. Address
Miss I-.. WINTERS, Turner's station, Orange county,
via Erie Railway, N. Y.
Arid HON NET FIIA ME MAKERS WANTED?AT T.
. A. K I UK'S, No. 6ii Macdougal rt., up stairs. Our old
Imnds will please anpl. at once.
A -TWENTY INTELLIGENT YOUNG LADIES
waiite.l To operate on shuttle machines; ladles thoroughly
taught, free of charge, and constant employment
given ; also twenty plain sewers; work given out. 7l)t> liroadwa7,
?LADIES - HIGHEST PRICES l'AID FOR WORK
. io pay for first class Sewing Machines by Inslalmeits.
131 Eighth street, between Broadway and Fourth avenue.
Boarding house keeper wanted, a man and
wife, without children, or a respectable widow, to board
? good class of laborers lu the country. Address A. A. A.,
"DOW, SCARF AND NECKTIE HANDS WANTED?AT
JD m Broadway. W. M. HUMPHREY A BRO.
C1LOAR HANDS WANTED-TO WORK BY THE WEEK;
/ none but Aral class hands require 1.
S. A W. E. COKWIN, 2(1 Walker St.
Experienced scarf and bow hands wantrd.Apply
at JOHN M. DA VIES A CO.'S, Nos. 3*1 and 386
KMRST CLASS MILLINERS AND TRIMMERS WANTED
JT immediately.?Call on Monday, from 10 to 12, at No. 12
Bail 17th st. _
HANDS WANTED ON HICKORY SHIRTS-A I.AROR
lot of hickory shirts to be made; extra prices nalit good
bands; work ^lveu out. KEEP MANUFACTURING CO.,
H Went Broadway. __
tT.AYK A PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE "APPOINT
1 meat" for n pr??owie**ln? young lady, who Is fond of
travelling. For Interview ser.d bona Cae address lo TOURIST,
1 AD1ES?HIGHEST PRICES (ilVEN FOR WORK TO
J J par for hrst class Sewing Machines; steady emp.oyment.
Cash paid for ail work, deducting onjy $2 60 per week on
toacliloo. TOOTH Ay UK n a,
sun Bowery, corner of Houston street.
JAUNDRESS WANTED?IN A SMALL, PRIVATE FAMJ
II/. Apply at No. 33 Hood st.
J ADIES-WORK FURNISHED AT HOME TO PAY FOR
J firfl c'asa Hewing Machines If lo^UlnwnU. iRitrifclion
Lo*. NEW VORK MACHINE STITCH, COM PAW
HEM" WANTED-rENALIW. _
\f ILLINER.-WANTKD. A KIR8T CLA88 MILLINER
iji trimmer; good irum to competent parson. Apply
W 8. A. BERKMAN Jt CO., 444 and 4M Broadway.
rvPERATORit WANTED-ON SEWING MACHINES j
V" IhoM baring their own machine* and accustomed to
dree?iu*kln?; alio dressmaker*. Apply to J. NEUBERUER,
tM Church It. _ _
Saleswomen wanted ok uood address, for
the mad* up laoa department Applr lo MILLER k
ORANT, 8T# broad way, Mew York.
UNION APAMS A CO., Wl BROADWAY, WANT FIR8T
claM tie hands.
Wanted-(lood hands to trim merino capes;
can hare Heady work. SS4 Canal at., flrkt floor.
WANTED?A GIRL TO DO CHAMBERWOKK AND
assist Id taking care of ohlldren; wages $8 par month.
80 Bond at. _
WANTEb-A (URL AS FIRST CLA88 WASHER AND
Ironer, Id* mall family, and to ao plain cooking ;?:ood
references required. Apply immediately at 148 West Houa^on
WANTED-A HERMAN OIRL, IN A SMALL, PRIVATE
family ; one who can cook, wash and Iron. Apply at
519 West 60th at,
WANTED-AN F.X 1'ERIENOF.D SALESLADY AND
11 a Brat claa* trimmer: no others need apply.
0. j*. OLNEY A CO., SJ Bast 14th at
BT ANTED?A SWISS OR GERMAN GOOD
TT n?forfnc6, to Jo gooflril houiowork At 407 Wcit 28th ?t.
WANTK.D-A WET Nl'RSE. WITH A FRESH BREAST
of milk ; mint rome with the beat reoommendatlona i
alao a nurse 10 take charge of a child 14 months old; no objection
to both oeiug colored. Apply at 49 Lexington a*.
WANTED?TWO OR THREE APPRENTICES TO 1
learn dressmaking. Mu?t rome well reoommended.
Small remuneration at lira). Call at Madame MAT1IILDE
DE CORDOBA'S, 29 Eaat I4lh^?t. .
WAN TED-GIRLS TO PUT UP PEN HOLDERS; MUST I
11 be clean, kmart and tidy; come ready to go to work on
Monday morning. I
Do 1)1) BROS. A CO., 104 and 108 John at, up stair*.
WANTF.D-IN A SMALL FAMILY, A OENTEEL GER
man girl as nurse, to take charge of baby; must be
willing to go for balanoe of summer to Kchooley's Springs.
Good wages paid. Call at 844 East 9th at., between 1st and
WANTED- TO GO TO THE COUNTRY, NEAR IiNOLEwood,
N. J., a chambermaid and waitress; also a
laundress who understands fluting; their must bring good
references. Apply at 161 Peart St., first floor, between 10 and
WANTED-AN AMERICAN OR BNOL1SH Nl'RSE.
between So and 40 years of age, to take care of small
children In a respectable Spanish family In Havana, Cuba.
Unquestionable character, Industriou* habits, kind disposition
and genteel manners are required, and mint be able to
do plain sewing; wages .1C0, gold, per month, board and
washing Includod; If willing to stay three years passage out
knd back paid; good references required. Apply at 40 and
48 Broadway, room 68, or addreas box 4,803 Post ofllce.
WANTRD-A LAUNDRESS WHO UNDERSTANDS
dry launriryiug new work, ladieV linen oollars. chit's,
Ac; one capable of taking charge of a small laundry. JOHN
C. ROACH, t? Fulton avenue. Brooklyn.
VXTANTED?A GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK
Tf for a small family; must bo a good cook, washer aud
Iroiier. Apply at 812 Greenwich st.
"IITANl ED- 60 OPERATORS ON GROVER A BAKER'S
11 machines to sew umbrella covers; work guaranteed
for 12 months. Ten machine hands to make silk umbrellas
only ; they must be practical umbrella makers. ?0.1 umbrella
hands lo work out of factory an l make goods by hand; only
(list class need apply. DAWKS, FISKE A FANNING,
!'8 and 100 Franklin street.
nWEST 66TH 8T.-A RESPECTABLE OIRL A3 COOK
wanted. To one with good reference good wages and
treatment oO ered.
^ 8ITI ATIONH WANT'KD?WALKS.
* V ENGLISHMAN. AGF/D Rll, JUST ARRIVED FROM
1\ England, wishes emuloyroeot as servant, waiter or norler;
wages not so much of an object as a good home or kind
frleuds; can drive well. Address J. R. 8 , Herald oOoe.
A YOUNG MAN, 21 YEARS OF AGE, SPEAKING
Ereneh, German and English, wishes situation as
porter. Address A. EYLOFF, East New York, Kings conn
A YOUNO MAN. ANXIOUS, ABLE AND WILLING TO
make hinsse.f generally useful In any capacitv. I* very
desirous of employment; writes a fair band and In quick at
figures; beat city reference. Address K. II., box 171 Herald
CL1CRKS AND .SAIjJBSMKN. ~
A DRUGGIST OF SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THIS
country, speaklny English and German, desires a situation
?s first assistant or In lane charge of a drug store. Address
WM. I". K. SCHLATTER, 195 LIvlngslon St., Brook
\ N ACTIVE AND EXPERIENCED BUSINESS MAN
/ V desires to learn tlie grocery and liquor business, and
Is willing to glvo six months of his time toward the same;
highest references. None but tirst class grocers need aldress
AL.F RED, box iilb Herald olUce.
ACCOUNTS INVESTIGATED, BALANCED AND
closed, errors corrected, bankrupts books examined,
and estates wound up; hooks accurately kept. ACCOUNTANT,
Print oflice box 'Z,777.
A LI. KINDS Of COPYING DONE; POEMS, LAW PApers,
i o., coplcd, neatly and < orre :tly. Address R. O.
C , Herald olllce.
A FURNITURE SALESMAN WANTED?MUST HAVE
a thorough knowledge of the business. Address
ALKOK, Herald oDce.
A BUSINESS MAN WANTED.
A general agent Is required by one of the m >st successful
life Insurance companies of New Vork cltr; a gentleman
well qualified can secure the metropolitan district Tieadriuartors
at borne oflice) and a contract that will insuro an Independence
with proper effort. Address, with Information and
references, COMPANY, box <91 Post ofllcc, New York city.
/-COLLECTOR. A MIDDLE ACED MAN WANTS A SIT"
I uation; referencos A No. 1 for ablllly and Integrity.
Ad Iras* COLLECTOR, box UK Herald oflice.
Drug clerk wantkd-german preferred, t
to take sole charge of a first class drug ftore in Brook- i
lyn ; must be competent, honest. Industrious and have good
referenced, and have $3(H) or ffti 0; must state wages cxpect- ]
ed and where last employed. Address WHOLESALE ,
1 >KI <) i IS 1', box I7'.t Herald olllce.
SALESMAN WANTED-WELL ACQUAINTED WITH
O Yankee notion trade In New York, to sail a new and
salable article. Liberal commission to a good man. Address
box 1,708 Post oilloe.
TXrANTF.D A BOOKKEEPER; ONE WHO WILL
TT apply himself close to buslnesa, nml with good refer- l
ence, will tlud a steady situation by applying to 0. A W.,
549 Pearl street.
"IJITANTED?A OERMAN SPEAKING CLERK, AT
TT ALB. BKANI T'S Drug Store, R5B Broad St., Newark,
N. J., one block below the Nowark and Now York Railroad
TirANTED AS CLERK IN AN INSURANCE* OFFICE.
TT a young man from 18 to 2> years of age; must be or
good address and writ* and figure well. Address S. A D., ,
Herald olllce. J
TITANTED-A SALESMAN CONVERSANT WITH THE j
M wholesale druz and druggists' sundry business. Address,
stating experience and compensation required,
DRUGS, box 197 Herald oflice.
WANTED -BY A YOUNG MAN THOROUGHLY
posted in the notion business, a situation as salesman
In the notion department of a first class dry goods jobbing
house. Addreae ALEXANDER, Herald offlco.
"1117ANTED?AN LNTRY CLERK IN A CLOTH JOBT
T bins house: must be a good penman and correct at
flgbres; salary fill) per week. Also a boy to learu the business.
Address boi i>,01& New York Post oflice.
lirANTED_A THOROUGHLY RELIABLE AND CAPVV
ablo man, with some experience in fancy or dry goods;
best city referenoes required. Address R. H. MACY, 14th st.
and 6th ar.
COACIIMKN AND (iAItDM'lRS.
A SITUATION WANTED -BY A FIRST CLASS
conchnian (married). Address care BREWSTER k
CO., 5th av , corner of 14th st.
A SITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN, BY A
steady and reliable man, who thoroughly understands
his business; has four years' referenco from bis lart place.
Call on or address for two days J. C., at J. Rcuk's, 43i
A MIDDLE AO ED. SINC.LE, STEADY MAN, WANTS
a situation to take care of horses and drive If required,
and to make himself generally useful. Address J. B., Herald
/ 10ACHM AN WANTED.?A OOOD DRIVER AND MUST
\ / understand his business ; an American, married, without
any encumbrance; no objection to n colored man:
situation permanent. Address YONKKR3, box ISO Herald
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNO MAN. LATELY
O landed, as coaehraan; can groom and ride steeplorace
horses; understands the care and treatment of cattle; best
cilv reference. Call od or addresa for t reo days WILLIAM
bHITH, 161 Pad lie ?t., Brooklyn.
"llf ANTED- A COACHMAN WITH THE VERY BK8T
tt city referouces. Inquire northwest corner 126tU it.
and M ay.
tlr A NTED A SITUATION, AS COACHMAN AND
tt groom, by an Ftiglshman , married; no Incumbrance;
perfecuy understands the care ol hwrnei; country preferred.
Addseas \V. M., Roaayilie, Slaten Island. .
\\f ANTED A SITUATION AS COACHMAN BY AN
TT Enzllahmnn, or to take tlie care and management of
road horsr-a. Call on or address E. C.t at private siables 133
Weal 38tl> *1.
WANTED-A THOROl'aULT COMPETENT OUTDOOR
aalraman In aash, blind and door bui'neaa; beat reference
required. Apply, after 3 o'clock I*. M., at corner of 3d
av. and (1st at.
i nn W F.ST MTH~8Ti7^TABLEB.-WANTED A 61TUAXJji)
Hon aagroom; la willing and obliging; good reference.
A RELIABLE BOY WANTED?IN AN OFFICE; MI ST
be a plain and correct writer. Salary at prcaent, $3
per week. ABEL KINO, 7U7 Broadway.
AMU'ATION WANTED BY AN ENOLISHMAN, A8
coachman; nnderatanda hla bualncas and can come
well recommended from bla laat place. Addresa WALTER,
443 6th av.. harneaa atore.
Business opportunity-canvassers wanted
for an article never yet produced In lite American market,
and which mnil come Into general uae; *10tot?0ner
day easily made by energetic men; no loaa poolhie ; a lew
dollars only required a* de.ion l. Inquire at 13$ Thompson
street, baaement, between II and 2 o'clock.
OFFICE BO.' WANTED; WAOKS 1.1 A WEEK ; MUST
live with hla parenta. Addreai, In handwriting of applicant,
Room 10, X# Fnrk row.
W ANTED A STEADY. SOBKR, MIDDLE AOED 8INTT
glo nrnri to lake charge of a small grocery alore and
one who will be eligible to keep accounts an.I attend to marketing
will get a preference; a aultabie man wl.o will be well
recommended can bare a ate.idy situation an I a corulortabi#
borne. Addrtsas bei New Xerk Foat ofliee,
IRK HERALD, SUNDAY,
WANTBD-A GOOD. 80HER, STEADY MAN AS
oarrer aad toward in a brat olaaa country hotel. If
the right man oaa be found wa?i no objaet. Call oa or addresa
Q. F. A W. D. GARRISON, Highland Houae, Oariaon,
WANTED?A COMMERCIAL CANVASSER FOR THE
city. Apply at No. 7 Murray at., room 19.
WANTED- A WILLING AND ACTIVE YOUNO FROteatant,
recently arrived ia this country, with iestlmoniala
of gooil character; accuatomed at home to the care
of cowi, horaoa and poultry, may hear of a lituatioa by addressing
FARM, boi 2,801 Postoffloa.
WANTED-TWO YOUNO MEN. ORADUATE0 OF A
New York or other good aohool, who can bring good
recommendation!, to go with a clrljI engineer: par low. Addrau,
atating qualifications, W. R, H., Herald ofllce. _
WANTRD-A YOUNO MAN TO OPEN OT8TKR8 AND
attend to a reataurant; one who thoroughly underatanda
his business. App ly at 178 8th ar.
Wantki) kor united states nayy-seamen,
ordlna.y seamen. Brat and aecond claaa Bremen, and
good, able bodied landsmen. Apply at 86 Market at, Maw
tork. K. A J. W. RODE.
WANTED?AGENTS, LADIES OR OENTLEMBN,
everywhere, to canrau lor "The Life and Wrlllnga of
Charlea Dickens." br Mrs. P. A. llanatord. A handaome
yi M 12mo, destined lo meet with an Immense sale. Now la
rour time to makn money.
B. B. RUSSELL, Boston, Maaa.
THB TRADES. ~ TT
TOB PRESSMAN WANTED-ONE ACCUSTOMED TO
(I oolor work. Addreaa, with refarenoa, A. B. 0., box 108
PliOTOORAPIIER WANTED.?A NO. I OPERATOR
and good poser wantod, to ro South; also a good water
eolorlat. Apply between 12 and 2 at 691 Broadway, up etalra.
Rail roller wantrd.-a thorouohly competent
rail roilar may apply, by letter only, to ROBERT
BRIOUS, 1,688 South 8th it., Philadelphia. State quallfcaLlous,
prloe and glre references aa to character.
rpo PHOTOGRAPHERS.?AN OPERATOR WITH SOME
m operatar or printer, on reasonable salary for the present.
Address box iii Herald oilic*.
TO PROPERTY OWNERS.?A FRESCOED HOUSR
painter,'out of employment, wishes to get large or email
Job* on bl* own account, at moderate price*, In city or
couutry. Address P., box 100 Herald olllce.
TO JAPANNERS.-A FIRST CLASS MAN WANTED.
Immediately, to take charge of a (hop. He must
thoroughly understand Japanning and ornamenting iron
Kods. toys, Ac., and know how to use Oerman anil French
insrcr*. A reliable and competont man can bare a permanent
aud desirable situation. Reference* required. Address
KEYSTONE PUBLISHING AND MANUFACTURING
CO., 405 Library street, Philadelphia.
WANTED-A FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH ON TRUCK
work. Apply at 418 We*t Sixteenth St. <
WANTED?FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGERS AT N
WARKHAl'KR'S. 144 West 37th St., Second story'
None but first olass workmen need apply.
WANTKD?A GOOD TIN AND SHEET IRON
worker, capable of taking charge of a shop; to on*
first class In every respect extra pay and a permanent situation
are oO'erod. Apply at 161 Greene at., before 8 A. M. Monday.
HAI.I'.N AT AUCTION.
Allen b. miner, auctioneer,
By ALLEN B. MINER A BROTHER,
iienry h. lekds A miner.
Salesrooms Nos. 90 Chamber* street and 77 Reado street,
Art Galleries, No*. 817 and 81# Broadway.
The firm of HENRY H. LEEDS A MINKR (established
1947) having been dissolved by the death of Mr. Henry II.
Leeds, ami by limitation, the business will be continued by
Allen It. Miner, surviving partner, who ha* associated with
aim hi* srother. Hoary D. Miner, under the firm name of
ALLEN B. MINER A BROTHER.
ALLEN B. MINER.
HENRY D. MINER.
Nkw Yoax, August 1, 1*70.
Allen b. miner, auctioneer.
BY allen b. minkr a brother,
IIENRY H. LEEDS A MINER
Salesroom* Ml Chambers and 77 Reade streets.
Art Galleries 617 and 819 Broadway.
On Tuesday, August 16, at 10)6 o'clock, at the private restdene*
No. 144 Fifth avenue, one door from Nineteenth
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE. MADK TO ORDER BY ROUX, HERTER,
VRKDE AND OTHERS, BROADWAY MANUFACTURERS.
comprising rosewood Suits In figured satin damask and
treen, and blackbrocatei, rosewood htageres, Secretary, Con
Ire Tables and Fancy Chairs, gilt frame French u!ate Pier
ami Mantel Mirrors; Crimson, Brocade, Satin and Lace Curtains,
Rosewood seven octave Piano, Velvet and Brussels
Carpet*, rosewood Bedstead, Bureaus, Armolre?-Oluce,|ioseivoo'l
Lounges and Chairs, Bookcases, Hair Mattrasscs,
ros< wood Bullet, Extension Tabic and Chairs, Hatstaml, Oilcloths,
Stair Carpets, (Tut Glassware, China, Sllverplated
Ware, Ac., Ac. j
Arcii. johnston, auctioneer.
Office and salesroom 37 Nassau street, opposite th*
Boarding House and Restaurant Furniture at auction.
JOHNSTON A AN:TARSELL*wlll sell at auction on Tuesday,
August 10, at lOSi o'clock, at No. 94 Prince street, all
the Furniture contained In said house. Particulars to-mor
Arch. Johnston, auctioneer.
Oil cc and salesroom 87 Nassau street, opposite the
JOHNSTON A VAN TASSKLL will sell on Wednesday at
10>(f o'clock, at the Salesroom, 37 Nassau street, a large assortment
of Household furniture, Paintings, G'hromos, Engravings,
A? MARSHAL'S SALE OF FURNITURE.
ROBERTS A M< Ol IKK, Auciloneers,
will sell at auction, on
Montlay, August 16, at 11 o'clock A. m.,
it the the corner of Fllty-sevonlh street and Fourth avenue,
ho Furniture, consisting of Sol'ns, Lounges, walnut, maho:riny
and other Chain; Tables, Bedstead*, Washstands, Bu,
eatis, Mirrors, l'aintlngs, China, (Jlssi and Crockery Ware,
lltchen Utensils, .to. All will be sold to the highest bidder
rbe trade respectfully Invited to attond.
A UCTION NOTICE - AT LESS THAN AUCTION
tV. prices; groat bargains at Fisher's carpet and furniture
ilore, 221 itowery, between Stanton and Klvington; red and
white Malting from 20 cents per yard, Carpets from 25 cents
jor vnrd. Cottage Suits from *35, l'arior Suits from $40 up,
English Brussels IDs. a yard. Cut this out and bring it with
By I. J. SWARZKOPH, AUCTIONEER.?SELLS, MONdnv,
No. 3 avenue A, large stock Fancy Goods, Human
Hair Goods, Ac. Positively In lots; no reserve.
i. J. H\VAllZKOl'H, 2T8 Bowery.
T)Y I. J. SWARZKOPH. AUCTIONEER?BELLS, MONJ
J day. entire largo ntock Stoves, Tinware. Ironware, Tools
and Machinery; In lots, to close business. Dealers Invited.
I. J. SWARZICOPII, 273 Bowery.
BY MAX BAYP.RSDORFER, AUCTIONEER.?SELLS
to-morrow (Monday), 104 Soring street, line large Liquor
Store, Stock und Fixtures; hunpsomely fitted up place.
MAX IIAYEKSOOKFKK'S Salesroom,'87 Third avenue.
BLEECKER. SON A CO. WILL SELL AT AUCTION
on Tuesday, August 80, tt 13 o'clock, on premises, the
valuable and highly located (commanding a view unsurpassed)
Property at West Hoboken. N. J., opposite TwentynxtU
street, New York, known as the Mountain Park Observatory,
consisting of 50 Lots, 26x10;) each ; house containing
:welve rooms; Observatory 336 feet above the surface of the
Hudson river, from which six cities and twelve towns ran be
viewed. Sale positive. For maps and particulars apply to
the owner on the | remises, or to the auctioneers, 77 Cedar
street. New Y rk.
Henry b. hkrth, auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF ELEGANT FURNITURE,
AT THE WAREROOMS OF J. W. SOUTHACK,
NOS. 194 AND 1M BROADWAY,
ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. AU..UST 18 AND 19.
Great closing sale of Entire Balance of Stock.
full particulars hereafter.
MARSHAL'S SALE.-J. BOOART,AUCTIONEER, WILL
sell at public auction, on Monday, the 15th day of
August, 1870, at eleven o'clock In the forenoon, at No*. 122.124,
126, 183 and 1.16 Wont Twenty-flflh street, under and by virtue
of several executions and by order of the Marshal. The
efi'ccts of a large carriage manufactory, consisting of 2 Phaetons,
23 Hu;:cy Carriage Parts, Coach and Coupe Carriage
Parts; Wagon, Phaeton. Brett, Rockaway, Buggy .Landaulet,
Drag, Coupe, Lanaau and Victoria Bodies, 82 sets of
Wheels. 136 sets of Bows, Axles, Bolts, Castings, Jacks,
Polesockots, Poles and Shafts, Spjkes, Felloes, Hickory
Planks, Iron, Paints, Varnish. Ac.; also, Forges Tools,
Benches, VI jes. Safe, Ofllce Furniture, Ac., subject to a certain
ohattel mortgage. JOHN H. HILLIER, Marshal.
Mortgage sale?bv virtue or a chattel
mortgage.?MYER RLSAR, Auctioneer, will sell at
Rublio auction, on Monday, August 15, 1870, at 10 A. m., at
o. 157 Second avenue, the complete Stock, Fixtures and
Contents of a first class Drug Stare; also a fine Soda Water
iiiiurilm A A A RIIK9. Miiratml
PAWNBROKERS' RALES?BY R. FIELD, Al'CTIONI
eer, 1R6 Chatham street Monday, Womtn'i Clothing.
By order ,T. Metz.er, 49 East Houston street. Tuesday, Women'*
Clothing. By order R. Simpson k Co., 195 Bowery.
Wednesday, W itches and Jewelry. By order L. Cohen. 41
Canal street. Thursday, Men's and Women's Clothing. By
order Hugh Tecl, 61 Rote street.
PAWNBROKER'S SALE-MONDAY, by JAMES AGAR,
Auctioneer, at f>9 New Jlowery, Men's and Wimen's
Clothing. By order of J. Bltimauer, Seventh avenue. Thursday,
Men's and Women's Clothing, by order of P. Fullam,
West Thirty-ninth street. Friday, Men's and Women's
Clothing, by order of P. Bryan, 17 Walkor street.
PAWNBROKERS' SALES JOHN MORTIMER, NO. 11
East Broadway, will fell Tuesday, by order of Solomon,
Spring street ;?<Thursday, by order of N. Sticli, Third avenue;
Friday, by order of II. McAlconan.
SUPREME COURT SALE.
O ROBERTS A MntlUIRE. Auctioneers,
will setl at auction on
THURSDAY. August 18,1S70, at 1J o'clock noon,
at the Exchange Salesrooms, No. Ill Broadway,
by order of Orstr Nathan, Esq., referee, the Lease of tbs
(llenhsm Hotel, situated on the cast side of Fifth avenus,
between Twentr-flrst and Twentv-sccond streets, In the city
of New York ; Is nearly new and is six stories high and baring
a frontage of 59 feet 3 Inrhes on Fifth avenue and is In
all respects llrst class. The lease has shout nineteen yesrs
to run, with a conditional renewal for a further term or twenty-one
Maps and particulars at the Auctioneers' office,
No. 87 Cedar street, corner of Ktoadway.
WILLIAM ABBOTT. AUCTIONEER, OFFICE NO. ?
City Hall place, will sell on Mnndav, at 10X o'clock, tbs
contents of Boarding House 119 Marlon'street, consisting of
Feather Beds snd Bedding, Bedsteads, Carpets, Oilcloth, Kltension
Table, Chairs, Stores, Kitchen Furniture, Ac.
Z 1777 *str(MO(;Y. ~
A-100,000.-LADIKS. TAKE NOTICE.-THR ONLY nr*
. dependent Business an I Medical Spiritualist Clalrroyant
In America Is Mrs.^LIN WOOD, 148 West Thirty-seventh
street. No gents.
Madame la blanch, the ore at uNrivallbd
business anil medical clalrrryant, No. 116 W?*l Tweety
sixth streel, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Madame le comte, inspired medical and
Business Trance Medium. Information positive; French
and tngilsh spoken. 99>s Amity stre.-t, near Macdougal.
Mrs. herman-pa^t, present and futureglres
entire satisfaction ; she has also just received
direct from Psrls new and wonderful Magic Powders and
Love lirop'i. Chsr ns, go'n| luck, never before Introduced in
this country ; they never fail for what they art ruoo nun endfell
clisrgss are moderate. 409 Canal street.
AUGUST 14, 1870.?TRIPLE
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THB EVENTS OP THE MOBNINO
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All parties wanting
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All partlea wanting
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91 NASSAU STREET.
u a balyo of artillery!
xx ouh fritz
has 1tom orb at tictortt
ueoMaful la laa flaU.
la a?yltr't great eomle and a?aaalloaal draaaa of
our cou8in <cterman,
aow la Ik*
^ triumphant career
baring baan alrtadr witnessed br
vfrpv TirnKflairn ?h vanvfl
and unanimously proaounoad the
FRESHEST AND BEST ATTRACTION
of the day.
EMMET EVERY EVENING?FRITS.
EMMET EVERY EVENING?FRITZ.
EMMET EVERY EVENING?FRITS.
BEATS Jj ECU RED TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE.
REOPENINO. MONDAY. AUGUST U.
FIRST TIME IN AMERICA.
LITTLE FAUST. LE PETITE FAUST.
BY MRS. JAMES A. OAT KB'
Newly oreanleed Comle Opera Company.
HERVE'S Thli popular oomlc production of tha celeCOMIC
braled composer, HKRVK (Oflenbach'a only
OPERA rlral I, now performing with unprecedented
LE eolat both In London and Part*, haa been
PETITE aeeured eipreaalr for thla new combination
FAUST; by Jno E. Maoaonough, Eaq. Tha acenery,
OR, coatomea and grotea'iue appolntmenta are all
LITTLE new. Pull and elaborate ehoruaea and InFAUST.
ereaaed orcbeatra hare bean added.
MEPUI8TO Mr*. JAMKH A. OATE3
MARTHA...... Mr. OEO. L. POX
The aale of aeata commence* on Tueaday, Ifth Inat., 9
o'clock, at l:o* office.
REOPENINO POR THk REGULAR SEASON.
Who will appear on
MONDAY EVENING, AUUUST IS.
AND EVERY EVEMNO DURING THE WEEK,
In hla world renowned character of
rip van winkle,
In Bouelcault'a beautiful legendary drama
of that name.
FIRST RIP VAN WINKLE MATINEE,
on SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, at IX o'clock.
Seats secured all dars In adrance at tho box office of the
theatre or at Ita branch ticket office, at Dltaon'a music (tore,
Tha public la specially notified that ilcketa purchaaed of
akcwaJk apeculatora will be refuaed at the door.
JEROME HOPKINS' MORNING TIANOKORTE CONel
carta, at Saratoga, begin at Union Hotel, Weilneaday,
O by the
BROOKLYN CALEDONIA CLUB,
AT MYRTLE AVENUE PARK.
THURSDAY, AUOl'BT 18, 1874,
A SPECIAL PRIZE
FOR THROWING THE IB LB. HAMMER
will be xlren, to conalatof
A GOLD MEDAL, VAU E 8100.
Open to all comers.
Entrance fee 111.
THROWING THE M LB. WEIGHt.
Open to a!L
Entranco tee I
Tickets. 60 centa.
* NEW YORK CALEDONIAN CLUB,
at Jones' Wood,
THURSDAY^ Sept. 1, 187ft.
Danolng, Mualc until 9 P. M.
Tickot* (0 cenu.
TO THEATRICAL MAN A Ql< 119.
A large and constantly
Increasing stock of
from fresh and original
drslun*. on band at the
METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICK,
97 Nassau street,
Old Herald Building.
TERRACE OARDEN, flfty-elghth street AND
Third avenue, Tuesday, August 10 - Benelit Perform
ance for Mr. h. MoUenhauer. A r?ry attractive programme
will be produced.
For sale-an anatomical museum, new.?
Will bo sold a bargain. Address, at once, A. H. I., Herald
TO THEATRICAL, MANAOERS.
A large and constanUv
Increasing itock of
from freih and original
designs, on hand at the
METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
97 Nassau street,
Old Herald Building.
C1ENTRAL PARK OARDEN. . _
/ EVERY NIOnT.
Trenor's lyric hall, 728 sixth avenub,
ii now open for Bnll?, Concerts, Wedding*, Ac.,
at greatly reduced price*.
For ball* in September, $'60; October, |^7B; November, $80.
SEEBACH GRAND DRAMATIC SEASON.
Madame MARIK SEEBACfl, accompanied by bar entire
Dramatio Company of new and distinguished artists,
will make ber debut in New York early in September.
/>1Q NEW YORK MUSEUM OK ANATOMY, 618
Dlo Brondwav. 618
618 (Established 1818.) 618
618 <g> & 618
618 I We are fearfully and I 618
618 I wonderfully made. I 618
618 <?> 618
618 The BennilKs Wonder* and Monstrosities of 618
618 the Human and Animal Creation to be seen at 618
g18 one visit. 818
/CORDOVA NATIONAL EXHIItlTION?ALL PARTIES
who have sent or Intend to *end good* to this exhibition
are requested to forward at oneo advice of tbo same and of
the space roqiilrod to the Argentine Legation, Washington, or
to EDWARD K. DAVISON, Argentine Consul General, 128
Pearl street, New York.
RMKBLK IIIANTKM. ~
AT REDUCED I'RICES-SLATB MANTELS AND
every description of Slate Work, plain and ornamental.
PENRHYN SLaYk COMPANY, 40 West Eighteenth street,
between Fifth and 8lxih avenue*.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GOOD SELECTION OF
Marblo Mantels, including some choice specimens of
statuary, Lisbon and Tennessee Marbles, at greatly reduced
Brices. Also Counter Tops, Plumber Slabs" Tiling. Ac , at
le lowest possible prices. J. MotiKAYNB.
168 1' latbuah avenue, corner Atlantic avenue, Brooklyn.
MARBLEIZED SLATE MANTELS-RICH AND
gant deslgus, from $t?, $12, $14 up io sjftlfio. T. B.
RTKW AHT A (.0., 605 Sixth avenue, between Tblrty-lifth and
Marble and makbleized mantels, gravestones,
Tllos, Table and numbers' Slab*. New show
room, with finest assortment of M'intel*. Price* reduced.
A. KLABER, 134 and 136 East Eighteenth street, N. T.
Putzll A goldman,
removed to 84X l ine street.
A GREAT AND SURE REMEDY FOR MARRIED
ladle*.?The Portuguo*e Female Pill* alway* give Immediate
relief, being cpeelally prepared for married ladle*.
A lady write*:?These pill* relieve ! me In one day, without
Inconvenience, like ma.-lo. Prlco $i. Dr. A. M. MAURICEAU,
ofllce 12'J Liberty gtreat, or *ent by mall.
A CERTAIN CURE FOR MARRIED LADIES. WITH
or without medicine, by Madame RESTELL, Professor
of Midwifery ; over SU year*' practice. Her lotallible French
Female Pill*, No. 1, pi ice $1, or No. 8, specially prepared lor
married ladle*, price $5. which can never fall, are safe and
healthy. Sold only at her ofllce, No. 1 East Fifty-second
treel, first door from Fifth avenue, and at drngclst'*, l'>8
Greenwich street, or sent by mall. Caution.?All other* art
counterfeit. N. B.?Beware of Imitators who copy tut* advertisement.
ALL PRIVATE DISEASES C7RED AT ONCE, WITHout
mercury; no detention from buslnes*. Dr. LEWlSu
No. 7 Beacb street, New York.
All private diseases cured immediately Dr.
EVANS, 94 Chatham street, without mercury; hit
magic invlgorator; lost manhood restored in 15 minute*.
A GREAT LADIES' BENEFACTOR-DR. EVANS, 94
Chatham itrect; hi* powerful, safe medicine, $5; alio,
gentlemen treated; private dlieaie* oured; manhood reatored.
A CERTAIN CURE FOR LADIES IN TROUBLE.?DR.
EVANS, 94 Chatham atreet, with or without medicine ;
hi* double strength Female Pills and compound ; price $i.
A ladies' physician.?dr. h. d. grindle, prof nr
of m t.lTv Iffltrv. over twentv Tfturt' llirpMirnl
practice in thin city, guarantee* certain relief to ladles," willi
or without medicine. 120 Wert Twenty-sixth street, near
8iilb avenue. Llegant Rooms for ladle* requiring nursing.
A -LADIES IN TROUBLE GUARANTEED IMMEDIATE
a relief. No pay (until perfectly ci^jj. Dr. ASCHKR.
No. 8 Amity place (Lauren* street.)
ALL PRIVATE AND CHRONIC DISEASES, NERVOUS
debility, loss of manbood, Impaired memory, aversion
to aoclety, melancholy Jor hypochondraUm and impotency,
are cured by Dr. OLIN, at No. 6 Bond itrret, to wblcb number
he ha* lately moved. Send two stamps for pamphlet.
Call at No. 6 Bond street.
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS IN NEED OF <?ONFIdentlal
medical treatment should consult the old practl-*
tloner, Dr. LEWIS, No. 7 Bcach street
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.?DR. AND MADAME DU1
BOIS (26 vears' practice) guarantee certain relief to married
ladles, wltb or without medicine, at one Interview. Female
Restorative <6. Patients from a distance provided wtih
bonrd, nursing, Ac Electrlslty sclentillcally applied. No.
IM East Twenty-eighth street, near Third avenue.
I OSS OF MANHOOD OR IMPOTENOY, RESULTING
J from the follies of youth or uiher causes; young, middle
nged. or even old men restored to manly vigor, by Dr.
Lewis, No. 7 Beach street, New York. Forty year* private
V[0 PAY UNTIL. CURED.?DR. AND MMK WE8T
il cure at one Interview; their French pills never fall:
Rooms provided before and durlug couUoetnenl, 144 Vf #*(
tort Ida street, uear Broadway,
- ; *
WOOD'S MUSEUM AMD MENXOKRIK " *
QKORUK ANOTHKR'N KW Mr'-"1-*"
mokdat, ?r.y's,?K7 MK'E'S?.?""
new Loeal Drama, of eiiraordfeary totoreet, entitled
ACK OIT SPADK8,
AC'K or SPADES.
ACK Of 8PADE8,
with aew Scenery, Coitume* and Pro perilee, and lb* MUwt
lag powerful oaaf:?^ ALBERT AIKEN,
Mill KOSA RAND,
Mill THKBISA WOOD, Sr. T. W. IKMf.
Mis. BYNBB. fir. L. I. MESTAYBB,
MtM ALICE UKIAN, fir. J. 8. BOONBT. 1
Mr. O. O. CHARLES Mr. JAM KB BARKER. _ ,
KTKKT DAT AT t BVERY BV KMIMO AT ?. !
EVERY DAY AT 1 EVERY EV ENIKQ AT t. i
In preparation, the HEART OK OOLD.
fTl A -THEATRE OOMIQUB,
U It Broadway, oppoilte St Nleholaf.
BUTLEB A OILMORft..........Manaiare and ProprieMrt
DOUBLE IMMENSE PERFORMANCB.
CONSOLIDATION or AKT1STIO MERIT NBTBB <
BBrORK HKEN EQUALLED IN THE WORLD. r*
will appear la brilliant and varied performanee. .
Tbe new Pantomime, whlcb baa been eereral weeke la M>'j
tire preparation. In all lie gorgeoui magnMceaee, eoeeerfil
propertlei, trtcke, tranaformattona^ Ae., entitled *
Or, Harlequin Will o'theWUpand the Fairy of the Mr*tf?
Clown The Inimitable CHAS. ABBOTT;
Harlequin J. Burke i Pantaloon.. O. Ohreade
And the famou* Pantomime Troupe.
JOHNNY HART, ADD. RYMAN, 3. V. STODART,
the *tar negro oomedian* of the day,
W . PERRY, JOHNNY tyUEElf, Vf. WBST,
In new eonge and dance*. .
HAHTRR BARNEY, a Dutchman In DIHeultje*. ,
J. W. JESTER, the Talking Hand,
brought to thle country by Prof. Rl?l(y.
TH R ORAND BALLET TROUPE. )
8KB SMALL BILLS. BEE SMALL BILLdJ
Door* open at T. Curtain rlie? at 8 o'elock. I
Seat* ((cured alt tlar* In adranoe. >
Niblo'8 garden. niblo'8 garden;' -i
Le*?ee* and Manager* JARRETf A PALMeKj
OPENING Nl iHT.
The manager* beg to announce that during the raauur
race** the theatre haa been
ENTIRELY AND BEAUTIFULLY
REDECORATED, PAINTED AND UPHOLSTERED;
and that the; will commence their i
FALL AND WINTER BEASON
TO-MORROW (MONDAY') EVENINO AUGUST II,
BRILLIANT YOUNG AMERICAN ACTOR,
Will commence a limited engagement (being hi* dill ta,
pcarance In New York In lereral year*), \
MIL BARRETT .
SUSTAIN THE LEADINO ROLB
tu the ererpomilar Drama of
THE DUKE'S MOTTO,
be preienled with
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SCENERY.
ELKGANT AND APPROPRIATE COSTUMES. ~
and the ^
FOLLOWINO POWERFUL CAST:?
Captain Henri de Lagardere....Mr. LAWRENCE BARRETT
(III* flrat appearance In new York In eight year*.)
Prince de Goniajpie* Mr. F. C. BANOB
Carrlckfergu* Mr. W. R. FLOYD
(Especially engaged for ttal? part. HI* flrit appearance at thli^H
Regent d'Orletn* Mr. O. D. CHAPLIIf^H
(The popular young actor from the Southern theatre*. Ult^l
tint appearance here.)
iiiop (a Hunchback).... .....Mr. E. B. HOLMBl^H
(Hiii nr*t appearance In three year*.)
Duchet* de Nerer* Mm#. PONISl^^"
(Her Brit appearance in (crural vear*.)
Blanche de Never*....... Ml** LOUISA MOORH
(Her Drat appearance here In two year*.)
Zlllah (a Zlncari), with Song MImEMMA CLINB
(The popular actrea* and roca'Ut from the New Or!?ana
Box olBoe open *U day* la advance. _
ADMISSION... IS CETN?
RESERVED DRESS CIRCLE ft
RESERVED PAROUET STALLS <M #}
FAMILY CIRCLE: 50 C8NTS
Door* open at 7 %; curtain rl*o* at H o'clock.
Tlokrt* purchased of tidewalk (peculator* will be ref?M4
at the doof, r*
RAND OPERA HOUSE, .. [
U Corner of Twenty-third itreet and Eighth arenue.
JAMES F1SK.JB. Proprietor
JOHN F. COLE Manager
SIXTH WEEK t
of the wonderfni artlita <
and her lncoinpar?blo v
BALLET AND PANTOMIMR TROUPR.
BALLET AND PANTOMIME TKOl'r*i
CHAMPAGNE OALOP "
la tha new comic ballet
TIIK JUGGLER'S DAUGHTER.
SITALA KATHI LANRKS
To commenoe with the Terpslcboreau Melange entitle i
THE NATIONS. I
EVERY EVENING UNTIL. FURTHER NOTICK. 1 ?
NOTICE.?During Madame Lauuer's engagement Ik* *
usual matinees wili be suspended. ,
Seati secured In adtunco at tbe Box OHlaa; alio at Sehlr-"
mer's, 7lil Broadway, and Erie Hallway Ticket Office, cor .i f m
Tweatr-tblrd streel and 11 roadway. I
W. B. FRELIGII ...* .1 Mauaw*
STILL IN THE ASCENDANT. j
FIFTEEN MORE NEW STARS. 1
First appearance of
PRINCE SADI D'JALMA, THE MAN 8ERPENT,
ARCilV IIUGHEB, GEORGE RICHES,
MISS LOUISE EVANS. J. S. BERRY.
CHARLEY BENEDICT, HAKKY BOOKER, ,
MISS LENA MASSEY. ROBERT CLINTON,
JAMES CLARK, BOBBY FARKELL, 1
AH new face* in Now York,
TWENTY OLD FAVORITES.
The Bowery specialty.
THE GREAT FEMALE MINSTREL 80ENB.
~TU AVENUE THEATRE.
o mr. daly
begs to nnnounce that hli SECOND COMEDY SEASON at
thistheatre WILL BEGIN on or about MONDAY EVENING.
September 5, with an INCREASED COMPANY, whlca
will be Introduce I In an outirely original comedy based upoa
W1LK1E COLLINS' last powerful work, entitled "M VI
MRS. F. B. CONWAY'S PARK THEATRE.
Commencing MONDAY EVENING, Auguat 15. t
FOR ONE WEEK,
BUCKLEY'S SERENA DERti
0. SWAINE BUCKLEY.
COOPER & FIELDS.
Miss CELIA BARRY, l'rlrna Donna.
DR. KAHN'S MUSEUM,
OPPOSITE ASTOR PLACE.
No one iliould vinit New York, without pacing an boar at
Dr. KAHN'S Ma^nliicent Museum?the most attractive *M
beautiful in tbe world. ADMISSION
FIFTY CENTS. 1
Open dallv from 10 to 5 and I till U. I
74S Broadway, I
opposite Astor place. |
ClENTRAL PARK GARDEN. J
J TUESDAY EVENING, AUGU9T 11 , <|
GRAND GALA NIGHT.
TUEODORE THOMAS' 100TU CONCERT.
1. Coronation March, King WlUlam (new) Meyert???
2. Overture, Rcmout '
8. Walt/., Meln Lebenslauf Ut Llcb uud Luat Btrauaj i
4. Ballet Music, Pari* and Helen ii0,uof . I
6. Elne Fauat Overture Wagoei I
l*A?T 11. *
8. Introduction to Third Act Medea. Cberubli*
7. Andante and Variatloua, String Quartet In A. ogJA *
8. Symphonic Poein, The Ideal .3
9. Overture, Zampa .IfrroM
10. Laendler,'S Hoamweh (by request) Laanel
Violin Obllgato by Mr. Theodore Thomas.
U. Polka Mazurka, Frauenherz, ) p. J
Solka Sobuell, Elglu a Magyar,)
[arch, Am Fatberlaud..... ......Unge
Ailmlsslon as usual.
Tony pastor's opera house. 201 bo<*- '
MONDAY. AUGUST 15, AND DURING THE
THE LAST PARISIAN SENSATION,
MLLK. IBM A. ,
CLASSICAL, MYTHOLOGICAL, HISTORICAL BTATUAJH
NEW COMIC PANTOMIME,
THE BARBER AND READLE.
EIGHT STAR NEGRO COMEDIANS.
Tnii BEST PERFORMANCE IN THK CITY. '
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT ?#.
TERRACB GARDEN, FIFTY-EIGHTH STREET ANB
^ Third avenue.?Sunday, August 14, Mollenhauer'a Graa<
PNEUMATIC TUNNKit?UNDER BttOADWAf. Ill
Broailwav. corner Warren. OuenlOtoJ.
TO THEATRICAL MANAGERS.
A largo and constantly
increasing stuck or
from fresh and original
desluns. on hand at the
METROPOLITAN JOH PRINTING OFFICB,
97 Nasaau street.
Old Herald Building. , ^
A FURTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES OK BARNR9
premium Pianofortes; alio extensive assortment of
second hand Pianos, Grands, Snuares nnd Uprights, Chickerlng'sand
oilier celebrated makers; on Instalment* at cash
prices. JOHN C. BARNES, 137 Eighth street, near Broa<t
ACHICK.ERING PIANOFORTE AT A SACRIFICE FOB
cash, erery Improvement: perfcct order; a beautiful f
octa re rosewood Pianoforte, only $400. J. BIDDLk,
18 Amity street, near Broadway, j
AIIAaNIFICKNT, RICHLY CARVED, FOUR ROUND
corners, rosewood 7^ oolatre Pianoforte, made to order
| for 9800. onl/ sereo month* In itan. will be sold for 275; also
rich Parlor. Chamber an J Dining Furniture at half cost; property
of private family. 12 Kant Tenth street, one block west
of Broadway, betweon UnlroHlty plaoe and Firth arena*.
A GREAT OFFER.-HORACE WATERS, 411 BROADJt\
way, will dispose of 100 Pianoa, Melodeons and Organs
of sii first class makers, at extremely low prices for cash,
during this month, or will lake from $& to S-iu monthly until j
Said. The same to let, and rent money applied If purchased. ,
ew Chlokenug Pianos are Inoludad la this offer. (
ABRIL.LIANT TONED 7U OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIA I
noforte, made br celebrated makers at a cost of aTOO,
for $250; Stool and Cover; In use six months; makers' W?r
rantee for lire years: box fi r shipping. Call at 118 W**<
Twenty seTi-nth street, near 81xth arenue.
^ MCSIC'A1? i
A GENTLEMAN WILL GIVE INSTRUCTIONS JON
1\- Piano at pupil's residence lor $4 per month; brtHSN I
players in short time under my instructions. Addres* U
III SIC, Herald olBce. * .
BOEIIM FLl'TE FOR SALE MADE BT BADGER; AN fl
1 eleuaot Instrument; will b* gold ?l a acrtho* Appy ?
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