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?? > WHOLE NO. 13,538. : BUKCTOBT FOE iOVEETI&ERS. AMUSEMENTS?Thictbnth Pies? Second, tnird, fourth, flIUi and sixlh columns. ASTROLOGY?Thibtbb.nth Paob?Second column. BILLIARDS?Fouktii PAua-Tblrd column. BOARDERS WANTED?Fouktbbnth Pagh?Flrit, iecond, third lourth and tilth column*, and Elbvbnth Pagb? Fourth and tilth column* BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?KomrrriHTH Pagb? Blxth column, and Elbtbnth Paub?Fifth column. BROOKLYN BOAKD?Elbtbmth Paub?Fltth column. BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Sbcokd Paub?Third and lourth columns, and Elbtbmth Pars? Fiart c ilurno. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?Sixtbbmtb Pack?Fourth and Fifth columns BUSINESS NOTICES?Nikth Pagb?Sixth column. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR KALE?SbiOHB Paok? First, Seconu and Third columns, and Elcvkkth Paub? Firm columa. CLERKS AND SALESMEN?PimBXTH Pac??Ptfth and sixth columna. and Sixtbbntu Pag*? First column. CLOTHING?8ixtbknth Pagb?Sixth column. fnwiTUin tun nARnKNKKS-Kimmiira Pir:r Sixth column, and Sixteenth Page?First column. coastwise STEAM8HIP8?if oouu Paqk? Second mud third columns. ^ COUNTRY BOAKD?Eleventh Pag??Sixth column. DAN01NQ AC ADEMIEli?Eleventh PAGB?SlxtU column. ?BNTISTRT?8ixt*?j?th Page?Sixth eolnran. JjHY GOODS?First Page?Second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth column*. .SWELLING HOUSES TO LET, FURNI8HED AND UNFURNISHED?Third Pag Sj-First, lecond. third and fourth columns, and Lls^mtu Pag*?Second column. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?Foubtk Pass?First and second columns. BUROl'E?Tenth Page?'Third column. EYES AND EABS?Eleventh Pauk?Sixth column. EXCURSIONS?Fourth Pauk?Third column. FINANCIAL?Seventh Page?Fourth column. * FOR SALE?Sixteenth Page?Klttli and sixth columns. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APAUTMENTS TO LET? Third Pace?Fourth, fifth aid sixth columns, an Eleventh Page?Second and third column*. FURNITURE?Fourth Paqe?Sixth column. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?Sixteenth Page?Second column. HELP WANTED?FEMALES?Fifteenth Pace?Fourth and filth columns, and Sixteenth Page?First column. BLP WANTED?MALES?Fifteenth PAns-filxth column, and Sixteenth Page?First and second columusi BOSSES, CARRIAGES, AC.?Fourth Page?Fourth, filth and sixth columns. HOTELS?Eleventh Page?Fifth and sixth columns. HOUSES, ROOMS. AC., WANTED?Sixteenth Pace? Second and third columns. INSTRUCTION?Thirteenth paoe-First column. JERSEY CITY, UOBOKF.N, HUDSON CITY AND BERGEN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?Second Page? Fourth column. LOAN oKHCEs?Tenth Page?Sixth columnL_ i A.in rutnu?r iiui i aue?dccuuu coiumii. MACHINERY?Sixteenth Page? Sixth column. MAR1ILE M ANTELS?Tenth Page?Third column. MATRIMONIAL?Tenth Page?Third column. MEDICAL?Sixtkknth Page?Slx'li column. MILDINERY AND DRESSMAKING?First Pagb?Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS ? Trnturm Fab*?Sixth column. MISCELLANEOUS?Tunth Pack?Third column. MUSICAL?Tenth Pace?Fifth and sixth columns. MKW PUBLICATIONS?Ninth Pao*?Sixth column. MHW6PA.PERS?Thirteenth Page?Second column. PERSONAL?Fr^si Pagk?First column. PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, 4c.?Thirteenth Page?Second column. PROPOSALS?Eleventh Page?Third column. PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES? Fifteenth Page?Third column, and Sixteenth Page?First column. PROPERTY OUT OF TilE CITY FOR SALE OR TO RENT?Second Page?Fourth and fifth columns, and Eleventh Page?First and second columns MEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE?Second Pag*?Fifth and sixth columns, and Eleventh Page?Second column. BBAL EaTATE WANTED?Eleventh Page?Second column. RELIGIOUS NOTICES?Tenth Page?Sixth column. BEST A U RANTS?Tenth Page?Third column. REWARDS?First Page?Second column. SALES AT AUCTION?Tenth Page?Fourth and firth columns. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES?fifteenth Page? First, ?ccond and third columns, uud Sixteenth Page?First column. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?Fifteenth Pagjs? Fifth oolumn, and .-ixtkenth Page?First column. SPECIAL NOTICES?Fourth Page?First column. SPOTTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?Fourth l'auk-Fourth column. 8T0RAUE?TEirrn Page?Third column. SUMMER RESORTS?Eleventh Pagi:?Sixth column. THE TRADES?Sixteenth Page?Second column. TUB TURF?Fourth Page?Fourth column TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?Third PageFlrst column, and Eleventh Page?Second column. THAVELLERS^UDIDE?Fourth Pagk?Third column^ vnrunmnnLU niiu.n.i AHU ArAiunn.un IU LET?Third Page?Sixth column, and Eleventh Page?Third column. WANTED to PURCHASE?Thirteenth page-First column. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET?Second Pare?Fourth column, and Eutvbnth Pagm?First column. WINTER RESORTS?Eleventh Pace?Sixth column. TACHT8, STEAMBOATS, AC.?Tenth Page?Third col nmn. _ PARIS AUKMCY OP TUB NEW YORK _ HEKATiD. j^jessrs. kremer * ISO., ameiacan reoistex HAVE been appointed-paris agents for the NEW york herald. thky will scpply dealERS with copies of the herald, and also SINGLE numbers of this paper, to parties requiring TnEM. " PERSONAL.! At. q. a? concerning "those bonds" ap plv til 1-RINK A ACKERMAN'S Detccttve Agency, 99 Nassau street Amelia c. alborn, of Philadelphia?send address to HARKY THORNTON, UrauUruth House, Hew York, on Moudav. Important Any one knowing where mary now lives, who worked at Sheridan House, Elizabeth, M. J., last (all and winter, will do the girl a favor by -..IU. I,? M M hn-r l'J7 H?r?M B0ND8?YOUR OFFER IN SETTLEMENT ACCEPTED, provided y.>u carry out your agreement fully; appoint Interview. MOONEY'd DETECTIVE AUENCY, 162 Broadway, Ccalifornia.?call at 128 west thirty-FIKSH J street. a wilb U r. (CHRISTOPHER KELLY (COLORED SERVANT), WHO ) lived with Mrs. Brown, on Kant Twenty-flfth street, 3 years ago. will iiear something to bis advantage by call lug at 132 WestThlrty-s.xth street. CCARRIE BROWN?WHERE ARE YOU NOW? J OLD FRED. CCIIRI8TIAN CHARITY?TWO P. M. WOULD BE J better. JOSEPH. FOSTER.-WILL MRS. FOSTER, WHO FORMERLY called In Twelfth street, tend present address to W., box 162 Herald office? For adoption-a beautiful female child, two years old; lull surrender. Apply ut 164 Twentyeighth street, between Third and Lexlngtou avenues. FOR ADOPTION-TWO BEAUTIFUL BABES. APPLY to Mme. DESPARD, 41 East Twenty-eighth street, near Fourth avenue. /~1 EORQE PARKINS?WHAT DAY DO YOU OPEN \X "i he London," 453 sixth avenuef Address FRED TALBOT, Clarendou Hotel. Herman?pray come back to your wife and child an nooa as possible. Little Herman is continually crying i'or hi* papa. Pray write a* mioii as possible, as I am g?ing out oi town in a week's liuie. ' MARIA. HADLEY?7:40 P. M. TRAIN, MONDAY, JUNCTION station. M. J ENNA Information wanted?of okoroh hunt. call ?U llutirw atfiAt Vni? trill baa VoliP wilfl thpr.? At any time. IF THE PERSON WHO LOST A 8DM OF MONEY AND inquired for It at the bowery Savings Bank will call again gome Information may be obtained. IF MR. HAWTHORNE WISHES TO RENEW THE acquaintance with Mr*. Jones and Miss Urnwu ho can do bo bv addressing a note to Mrs. L. A. JONES, station C, Eighth street. JENNY HASTINGS?SEND YOUR ADDRESS TO AN old friend. H., box 21M ilcraM office. Km. q.?if convenient to-day, between s and 4, otherwise Monday. P. ^"VflNNIK. OF LEXINGTON AVENUE."?LETTERS iu at cliy Post office: also at Pulaski. JOHN. Mrs. j. m.?please call immediately at our office; evidence required now in our possession; terms as unree l uuon. Mou.nkY's Detective Agency, 162 Broadway. Minnie-if you would see a valued friend send your address to dark BLUE, Herald ollice. Notice.?a. m. mack in will find g. h. musGKAVh at the Grove House, 17* Hleeeker street NOT1CE.-IF WILLIAM SAMUEL, JOHN CIIAULES or Leslie Keys, who went to the State of Ohio about y,e..?.ear.J??0, }?rrc ,0 communicate with FREWYN JOHNS I ON, ol Cahou Kesh, county Fermanagh. Ireland, they would hear ol something to their advantage. Ohio papers please copy. Gawow Kksb, Ireland, August 28, 1873. vted, 41?l'leabe call over the way and see I" SECOND i'LOOR. NKLLIE-LATE SIXTH AVENUE. WILL YOU PLEASE send your present address to Joe t Address PERT, 1k>x 113 lierald office. T>age?elizabeth.?if elizabeth page, resii I AItur nhitnf tun vi?nr? ?lnrt? in tfi* rifv ..f w.n t> I ciaco. Cal., will communicate Iter pre win aUitreu to the I tinderaivned. she will hear ol something to her advan tage. JaMKS A. D&EKINU, Attorney and c, uu e ln ?i 1 lii*. BO and fil Llheriy street, Now York. I pHILADKLPIlIA-WK had RETT Kit WAIT i OH ? X tbe Monroe county role at Barker A Chaw'n, CCIINCOOEEFRITZE?YOCR FRIEND J Wish i:s C to ae<- you. Cuil in Thirty-fifth street, old number. 1 v;atl'r"ay afternoon.-obntlbman in fifth K O a ren tie at age. Uid.v In olnrk who bowed pleaae adV drew AIMOf a i h, box ItJ Herald offloe. I El W HCOIT CHAPMAN WOUi.D HE PI,EASED TO ' Tf . rcrelve his trieiid* at I. P. IICLL A CO.'H, MerH chant Tailor*, .V-o Itroadway. fi "uflel mrs I. wai.cott. formerly of no 8 TT heibon place, pleu?c m ml livr ail.l.v? through K tommu u> if. a. it/ I E NE NEW Y( PERSONAL. 7?LAFAYETTB PLACE, SEPTEMBER 1?BELL run*unsuccessfully. Communicated with gentleman next door about California business. Address WILLIAM C. COX, box I.87D Post oltice. en ?I AM ANXIOUB TO SEE YOU: IF NOT CONO i vrnient on Monday at II a m. make an appointment by note, under cover, to my care. Mrs. Hamilton. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND?ON SEVENTH AVENUE, A SMALL SUM of money. Any person proving property shall receive it by paying expeuses. Call at 224 West Thirtysixth street Lost?bank book no. issued by the Manhattan Savings Institution, and payment of the same has been stoppeu. The finder will oblige the owner by returning the same to the Bank, 644 Broadway, corner Bleecker street LOST?AUGUST ?, 1873. TWO CERTIFICATES FOR 100 shares each Pacific Mail Steamship C ompany's stork, No. 60,142 in name of J. Edward Mastin, No. 67,343 in name of White. Morris * Co. The public are cautioned against negotiating Mine, as transier has been (topped and new certificates applied for. VbHNAM A HaY, 34 New street, New York. LOST.-LEFT SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, In Madliion avenue stage. a (mall brown paper Parcel, containing letters and business papers of no Importance except to owners. Tbe finder will be suitably, rewarded on returning same to PKAKE, OPDYOKE A* CO.. 427 Broadway. LOST?A GOLD PIN, WITH HAIR DESIGNED AS flowers, between Fourteenth street and University place aiid Sixth avenue and Twenty-second street; ft reward will be paid Tor its return, at FORD'S, S1I Sixth avenue. _ REWARDS. d?q REWARD.?LOST, ON THE 4TH INST IN THE tpO ferryboat crossing Irom Hunter's Poiut to Thirtyfourth street, a red covered Memorandum Book. The finder. l>y leaving it with A. McCOl'TKH, window B, ad vertidng desk. Herald office, will receive tbe above reward. d?C REWARD.?LOST A CIGARETTE HOLDER; tp?) the flnder will receive the above reward, 364 West Twenty-second street $fT REWARD.?LOST, THE 12TH IifST., AN ENVE>) lope, containing three naval discharges, with name of Peter Ohlson. in going Irom 72 Market street to Navy Yard, via Catharine terry. l'lease return to PETER OHLSON. 72 Market street. New York. d?C REWARD.?LOST. FRIDAY EVENING, THE 12TH ?Jp?J Inst., between Seventeenth street. Second avenue and Industrial Fair, a lady's gold Shawl Pin. The above rrward will be paid, by returning to I). OUAi(?IK A GILiLET, No. 9 Nassau street, or to 311 East Seventeenth street. d>C REWARD.?LOST IN EQUITABLE BUILDING 'T* ' or elsewhere, one pound Book of superficial measurements, of no use to anv but the owner. Return to NAIL A SAURKL, 2fi Howard street. <J?C REWARD.?LOST, IN TWENTIETH STREET OR ?I>?J Third avenue, a black and tan Slat. Please return to 35 Gramercy place, and no questions asked. d> OA REWARD-WILL BE PAID FOR THE MEDIUM size leather 8ntchel, with contents entire, taken from Chatham Express, up Harlem Railroad, Saturday evening, September B, at oi near Gulden's Bridge, If returned to 229 East Thirtieth street d?QC REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR ONE TRUNK marked L. M. D.. taken by mistake from pier SO North River, ou Thursday. September 11, 1873. Apply to ZIMERMAN A CO., cartweu, pier 80 North River. (JjOfT REWARD.?L08T OB STOLEN, FROM ON W~i') board the French steamer L'Europe, or from the wharf of the company, pier 50 North River, on Thursday, the 11th inst., a Bundle of Wraps, Huge, Ac., in a Shawl Strap. The abovjs reward will be paid (or tho re: urn ol these articles to room 1, No. 63 William street, corner of Cedar, between 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. REWARD.-LOST, AT THE STONECUTTERS' *S>? )U Meeting, Demilt Hall, $S40. The finder will receive the above reward on applying to JAMES S. WHITE, 417 West Forty-ninth street dtjfTr REWARD.?LOST, GOING FROM NEWARK 3P I 1' to Jersey City, a diamond cluster Pin. The finder will receive the above rewaru by leaving it witli R. H. WILLIAMS, No. 9 Ann street. A LIBERAL REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR THE retnm of Charm In the shape of a book, made of hair, bound with gold, lost either In the stationery store MS* Fourth avenue, or Kointt from there to Broadway and Thirtieth street. Keluru to TURNER i GEORGE, 349 Fourth a van ue. DRY GOODS. -R. MEAKES, Si?(h avonnn nnrl NiriAtAOflth respectfully announce! that WE ABB DAILY RECEIVING THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS OF THE FRENCH, ENQISH, GERMAN*AND AMERICAN MANUFACTORIES, ADAPTED TO EARLY FALL TRADE, and that we will exhibit on MONDAY, 15th Inst, In *11 our depariments, THE LATEST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON in onr Hosiery and Undergarment Department. WE ARE NOW OPENING The latest novelties in British, ocrinan and Balbriggan Hosiery. Silk., Cashmere. Plain and ribbed, wool and merino, in every make, size and quality. A FULL, LINE OF Cartwriclit A Warner's Undergarment* an I other popular mnke< for Ludivs. Children and (Jentlemen. Ki ie cloth, thread and Kid Ulove*, making the most complete assortment to be found in the city. WE INVITE AN INSPECTION or our elegant Sloe* oi i.amev umi i/iiiiurcn s renuv iiijiuc I'nderelothing. The quality of material* and excellence ol workmanship, Wheeler A Wilson's machine.1) only being lined, has* made this department Uie most popular in our establishment with the public. We also offer every popular make of French wove and hand made Corsets, Hoon Skirts, Panniers, 4c. fiUU dozen embroidered Corsets $1 and $1 12, French wove, actually worth $1 ?). OUR SUIT DEPARTMENT is now under the supervision of a very competent person, and all orders are executed on the premises, and first class work and despatch guaranteed. We are now opening BLACK AND COLORED SILK SUITS. Alpaca, Mohair, Empress and Cretonne Salts. Cashmere, Serge and Camel's Hair Redingotes, in great variety. Silk Suits, $70, $S0, $90 ami J100, elntfbrately trimmed and ot most fashionable designs. Alpaca Suits. $12, $1V $17, $18, $2). Redingotes, $1U. $12. $15, $18 to $25. IN OUR SILK AND DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT we are now exhibiting a magnificent assortment in alUhe uew shades of Serges, Salines, Empress Cloth, C ishmcres, Camel's Haircloth, Diaironnls lor overgarments, with a full line of Mourning Goods, in Cashmeres Drapd'ete, Merino, Biarritz Cords. Alpaca, Tauite, at very low rates. WE BEO TO CALL ATTENTION to our larre and elegant assortment of line French Flowers, Ostrich Tips, Plume*. Pompon* and Aigrette*. Kelt and flue Straw Hat* and Hat Frame*. Bonnet Velvets in all the new and desirable chad**, all of thla season'* production, and at our usual low rate* Very fine black Bonnet Velvet. $2, t- 25 and $2 60. Hpeclalties in real Yak and Oulpure Lace* and Rmbroidcrlea, Dress Trimming* and Ribbon*, Russia Leather and Morocco Kelt* and Bag*. Pari* and Vienna Jewelry and Ornament*, Jet. Oxidized Buckle*, Clasp*. Ac., at our usual popularprlces. RICHARD MEARER. Sixth avenne and Nineteenth street SMITH'S PATTKRN BAZAAR, ?1? BROADWAY. BEtween Twentieth and twenty-first street* ? FASHIONS, imported PATThRNS, FULL LINK of FALL styles, BKAUTIFL'l, CHANGES, superb Suit*. Patterns with ('LOtH MODhLS of them, now ready. Patterns titled to the form, WAKRANTKD perfect. CUTTINtJ and B*sriNO by oar styles and work, left SO PLAIN that the dullest seamstress can finish as well a* a thorough dressmaker AT JACKSON'S, Fall importations, the laree?t m l most carefully selected stocn ol Black Cashmere* ami Merinoea, splendi I good*, lor iWc and upwards; Bombazine*. Empress Cloth. Henrietta, lamise anil Persian Cloth: Crupe. Piirl*ienni' nd Bombazine Cloth; Drap d'Kte and Camel'* Hair Cloth. Uood bargains In black Alpacas also In blaca Silks and -trlpcd ."ilk*. Steel Serges for Suitings. One case handsome 5-4 Henrietta Cloth, 80c. Complete Suits of Mourning, ready made and to order, on a . few hours' notice. JACKSOV8 Mourning Store, corner ol Broadway and Waverley place. AT MME. OOLLIN8' DRESSMAKING ESTABLI8Mment, West Kleventh street? Ladies can rely on [ getting perfect fitting Dresses made and trimmed In the latent Parisian style; family mourning mud* at ajpt hours' notice. _ AHAKAUX, KROH GRAND 8TRKKT, BEOS leave to Inform his umerona customers that he ha* transferred Ills Stumping and hiubroidertng Establishmeiit to IM Fourth avenue, a lew door* above A. T. Me*. art's. A KACT.-IT WILL PAY YOU WELL TO OO TO R. H. MACY k CO.'S every day. fourteenth street | and Mxth avenue. IP DE PBRCRYAL, .<! . > "?C Broadway, opposite Aator place. I t hlldren's outfits, Infants1 W ardrobes ironi %(* up. i<u(Ue><' and chlidruD'a undergarment* Handsome Momwrjnis and Initials embroidered to oroer. traces cltsni-d and mended equal to new. I riiarns.nl and stamped good* W YO )RK, SUNDAY, SEPTEMB1 PRY GOODS. A." BBUBB L A CCCO K K B B L A A C CK K B B L AAOCKK B BL A A ' 0 KK BBBBB L AAAAAA O KK B B L A AC KK B BL A AC CKK B BL A AC CKK BBBBB LLLLLL A A CCCO K K 888 II L K K 8S8 8SIIL K K 8 8 8 II L K K 8 8 II L K K 8 88S II L KK 8S8 n it u jv Ik a 8 II L K K 8 8 8 II L K K 8 8 888 II LLLLLL K K. BSS We Invite the attention oi the public to our importation of black (iron Grain Dress Silks, Just received (rom our Paris house. These Bilks can be warranted tor good wear and will be found tur cheaper than any in the city. Ladles are welcome to examine the goods entirely without reference to purchase, and can obtain samples tor comparison. Superior Grns Orain Silk* at $1 90; worth $2. Heal Lyons Silks at SI 75; worth tally %2 50. Extrk line real Guinet Silks at $2 60, $2 75, S3, S3 50, ti, $4 25, Ac., up to S3 per yard. We urge upon ladies u> examine our Silks before purchasing elsewhere. Mourning Goods In freat variety. Good Alpacas at 23c., 25c., 30c., ;v'c., S7Ke.. 43c. Pure Linen Warp Alpacas at ?0j-, 55o., Mc., 75c., 80c., 95c., 81, SI 25. Full assortment of Cashmeres, Crepe Cloths, Barathea, Elegunt Waterproofs at 85c., SL SI 10. SI 25, SI 45, SI 50, *o. Our Suit Parlors will be found very attractive, with a rich assortment of Kail Suits, itedingotes. t'aihtnere and Manuel .-agues. Full Cloaks. Delaine and Flannel Morning Robes, Felt Skirts, Shawls, Ac., Ac. 1,000 double-faced Ottoman Shawls at S2 50, worth Si. ^ REAL LACES-OUR GREAT 31'EC 1 ALTY. | Weimport our Real Luces direct from the largest European manufacturers, save all intermediate commissions, and can warrant quality and beautv of designs. Heal Yak Laces, 1J? inches wide, at 33c.; 2 inches, at 40c.; 2La inches, at Sue.; 3 inches, at tOc.; 4 inches, at SI 05, An. Real Guipure Laces, 2 Inches wide, at 50c.; 2% inches, at SOc.; 4 melius, at SI 25. Ac., up to $9. Keal Thread Laces, 1 inch wide, at 48c.; 1% Inches, at 72c., Ac., up to S5. Keal Yalencieuncs, Duchesne, Round Point Laces, Ac., Ac. Always on hand a full slock of the latest designs in Silk Gimps, Fringes, Buttons, Dress Linings, Ac., at pop ular prices. ^ EMBROIDERIES?CHEAPEST IN THE CITY. ^ Over 25,000 'yards, all choice designs. warranted taat edge, at tic., 8c., 10c., 12c., 14c., 18c., 20c . 22c., 25c. 30c., 35c., 49c., 48c., 56c., fiOc., ti5c , up to >1 75. Immense assortment of Ruffling*, made-up Lace goods, Handkerchiefs, Worsteds, Hosiery, Merino Underwear, Ac., 4 c. Millinery goods. Large variety of Feathers, Humes, Ribbons, llats, Velvet*, and Velvetecas, Crones, Ac. Trimmed Bonnets in rich assortment ^HAND-MADK EMBROIOKHKI) UNDERGARMENTS^ We receive these goods direct Irom our Purls Branch house, and offer them at prices positively surprising. All lovers of well made, beautitul underwear should not tall to examine these goods immediately. Hand-made French Percale Chemise, wltb hand-embroidery on uand and sleeves, at tl tin. Hand-made French Percale Nightdress, with handembroidery on band and sleeves, at S2 88. Together with an immense stock of richer stvles Toilet sacques, Skirts, Ac., includiug the richcst handembroidered goods ever imported. Our assortment of Muslin Undergarments for ludles' and children will be lound the most coinplcte In the country. We use better muslins, better embroideries and have better made goons at less prices than our competitors. Call and examine. Special bargains In Infant's Wear, Corset", Misses' Suits, Hoop Skirts, Ac. Our Toys now open on the third floor. We cordially invite ladies to visit our establishment, and will esteem it a pleasure to show our goods. EEEE II H RRR 7T CC H H SSri ?" E HUHRIICCHH8S" E H 11 R R II C II H 8 > E 11 H R K II 0 Hns EE HHIIII RRR II C HIIHII KSS E H II R R II C II 11 S E H 11 R R II C HH S K H II K R II C C M H S B I EEEE H H B R II CO U H SSB 287 and 289 Eighth avenue, near Twenty-fourth street. SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, 91t BROADWAY. BEtween Twentieth and Twenty-first streets.?FASHIONS. imported PATTERNS, FULL LINK of FALL styles. BEAUTIFUL CHANGES, superb Suits. Patterns with CLOTH MODELS of them now ready. Patterns fitted to the form, WABBANTED perfect. CUTTING and HASTING by our styles and work, left SO PIjAIN that the dullest seamstress can finish as-wt li as a thorough dressmaker. j^LACK SILKS. A black Dress Silk at $1 per yard. A fair Dress Silk at $1 U4% to $1 20 per yard. A good Dress Silk at $1 24 to SI 37V l>cr yard. A superior Dress Silk, Lyons make, at f 1 SO to $1 75 per yard. Finer goods proportionately low. A comparison only is necessary to demonstrate that these goods are the cheapest in New York, and customers have the additional security ot a positive guarantee of wear. BRADBURY BROS., .112 and 314 Bowery, one door below Bleecker street gLACK ALPACAS AND MOUBNING GOODS. A good black Alpaca at 30c. A superior black Alpaca bt37)?r. to 50c. A superb quality black Alpaca at 60c. to 75c. Pure Mohair. . Black Empress Cloth, Cashmeres, Merinocs, Ac , 4c. BRADBURY BR08., 312 and 314 Kowery, one door below Bleecker street T\RESS GOODS. Wc invite special attention to our Dress and suit Material, suitable for early fall. In addition to rcfrnlar Roods, which, on account ot our comparatively small expenses, wc always ofler at lower prices than other large bouses. Wc hav? received Irom auction Decided Bargains. and the assortmeat from i'Sc. to $1 per yard la very complete, and we only solicit irom purchasers a comparison. BRADBURY BROS., 312 and 314 Bowery, one door below Bleecker street A FIELD'S Popular Dry Ooods House, 249 and 253 Grand street eorner of rhrystie. Grand Opening. Orand opening, on and alter MONDAY, September IS, of Fall and Winter Goods at great bargains. Goods marked in plain figures. One Price. A. FIELD'S Great Suit and Cloak Emporium. Having secured the best talent in this city for this Department, I am now ready to exhibit Beautifbl Garments at very low priest A. FIELD'S Dress Ooods Department. Particular attention is directed to this department, having been selected bv connoisseurs from the best European Manulacturers, Ac. 2a Drass Ooods far surpasses any offered in this market 2s. 6d. Goat Hair Goods are extra cheap. Camels' Hair Goods in great varietv, cheap. Mourning Goods Stock is cheap. and all other departments cheap at A. FIELD'S, corner of Grand and Chrystte streets. N. P. ?Ooods marked in plain figures. At m'mb. j. d. livekke's, 441 sixth avenue, 441, between Twenty-sixth and Twentv-sevenih streets. bumping ud Embroidery Establishment, Children's pique Dresses, stamped and already made: French lingeries and Ladles' Undergarmenta: handsome Initials and Monograms embroidered to order; Laces cleaned and mended equal to new. J^ ? CARPETS, CARPETS. Furniture, Furniture. All the newest and choicest styles In Carpets and Furniture. Berts, Bedding. Mattresses, Oilcloths, Window Shades, Jtc., at the large wholesale and retail wareroom', 1100 to M6 Eighth avenue, corners Thlrty-flfth and Thirty-sixth streets. Call and examine. D. KELLY (Successor to II. O'Farrell). A?STTTS, REDINOOTF.S. SACQ.iES, IMPORTED . and domestic; also ladies' and children's UaderIarments. Corsets, infants Wardrobes, Ac. Agent lor ore's celebrated hand-made Cor.-ets and msde to order. Address Miss M. E. COOK, 461 Mxtb avenue, corner Twenty eighth street, in charge of Mme. Jacobs'. Aokand opening, Full sized Mnslln Models, from leading Paris honsea, lor Promenade and Reception Toilets, on MONDAY, Reptember Ifl. at P. T. TAYLOR'S' Reception Kooms, 816 Broadway. Elegant and fantastic designs. rtampie* or ncn ranrics for Dress U<kkI* and Opera Cloak*. Choice Irlmtning*. These model* are fall sized costume*, and are accom-' panted with xamolesof the material of which they art-dosigned (o be made. Among the elegant Krenlr.g Toilet* re the Pansy and Fontaine Bleu Co?tumes; toilette* ile Ceremonle, Dauphlne and tfaltarello; Toilette* de Promenade, Tamberitk, L'Ktoile ami Banaine. Patterns of these choice French designs will b? cut to order, by K. T. TAYLOR'a system, which warrant* the nto*t pariect and graceful fitting. UMITII'8 PATTKRN BAZAAR, #14 BROADWAY. BICO tween Twentieth and Twenty tlrtt street*.?FASHIONS, Imported PATtKKNH. FULL LINK of FALL tyies, BEAUTIFUL CHANGES, superb Suits. Pattern* with CLOTH MODELS ot them now ready. Patterns fitted to the form, WARRANTBU perfect ccttimj and Bastinu bv our style* and work, left BO PLAIN that the dullest stantrtreM can Unith a* well M a thoroutth dresunaktr. RK H SB 14, 1873.?QUADRUPLE DWV GOODS. AT IINMY'8, Mew Fall Ooodi In every department. Bargains at wholesale, from auction, very low. Opening new Bonnota, Rata, Flower*, reamers, mik Velvet* Trimming*. I.aecs. Ribbons, Bashe*. Tien, Bcarfs, Ac., Ac. Real fiulpure Lacea, from auctlun, troin 13c. per yard up. Real Yak I.aces, from auction, ironi 29c. per yard op. Trimming Lace* of all kiud* Irotn auction. 20.0X) yard* Hamburg Enibroldcrlet, from auction, attic.. Sc., 10c., U'V- op. Lining and Bonnet Rllki, _ from auction, 26c., 60c., 62c. up. Black Dres* Silks, from auction, 86c., 91, $1 12, $1 25 up. Silk Bonnet Velvets, $1 up. 811k Velour* at 75c. per yard. The largest stock of Fringe* and Ulnip* in the city. Sash Ribbon at less than costot importaton. Sash Ribbons, 25c., Sic., S9e., 43c., 50c., 60c., 64c., 76c., H6c. yard. Silk Oro Drain Ribbon*, evrry color, 10c., 16c., 20c. yard up. Fancy Ribbon*, from auction, 3c., 6c., 8c., 10c., 12>ac., 15c., AJc., 25c. up. 15,0m Silk Tie* and Scarfs at about half cost Windsor Tie*. 25c., Sic., S9c. Romas Ties, 19c., 25c., 31c. Rich changeable Ties, Sic. brocade Ties, 31c., *0c. up. . Large assortment ladles' Underwear, very low. Gents' and ladies' Handkerchiefs, _ . frouiuuctiou, like., 16c., 18c. up. Fine French Kids, 50c. pair. Two Button Kid*, 50c. pair. New fall *h?rie* In two . buitou Kid*At76c. pair. Oents' French Kids, |1 pair. Undresaed Kid*, 2 buttons 50c. Kvelvn Kid Glove, 2 button*, every pair warrauted, >1 pair. Belt Buckle*. Chatalaln*, Kar lirops. Necklaces, slides, 6c., in all styles. Fans, Units, Belt*, Portemonnsles, Mirror* and Toilet articles. Pari*. Vienna and English Faucy Goods, great variety. Swiss carved Good*. Russia Leather Good*. Good* at wholesale lei* than jobber*' price*. WILLIAM KINZRY, 767 and 769 Broadway, corner Ninth street ^.RAND OPENING ol NEW FALL 8UIT8 AMD THISTUMES ON MONDAYTSKPTEMBER 15. AT B. ALTMAN 1 CO.'8. BALTMAN * CO. ? will open ON MONDAY AND TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 16 AND 14, with an elegant stock OF FINE IMPORTED BLACK SILK COSTUMES, made of the richest iraterials and made up In superb stylo entirely NEW for the Fall Fashions. Our FRIENDS and the PUBLIC ar? respectfully Invited to call aud examine. B. ALTMAN k CO., SSI and S3S Sixth avenue. BALTMAN k CO. will also open with a LARGE STOCK Ot NEW FALL GOODS expressly imported for this s a.Kin's demand, comprising RICH DRES9 BILKS, new colors. SUPERB BLACK SILKS, at bargains. DRESS GOODS, ol all fabrics and newest colorings. DRF8S aud CLOAK TRIMMINGS, in new and rich designs. A ml a irenerAl itrtrk n f NEW FAU< GOODS, of the beit selection, to all of which nit examination is respectfully requeued. B. ALTMAN k CO., SMI and 3S3 Sixth avenue. SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, 914 BROADWAY. BEtween Twentieth and Twenty-Ami streets.?FASHIONS, tin ported PATTERNS, FULL LINK of FALL Styles, BEAUTIFUL CHANGES, superb Suit*. Patterns with CLOTH MODELS of them now ready. Pattern* tilted to the form, WARRANTED perfect CUTTING and BASTING bv our style* and work, left SO PLAIN that the dullest *'ea'.ustre?'s can finish as well as a thorough dressmaker. AT JAMES M'CRKERY A CO.'S, Broadway and Eleventh street. 1873. Fail importations. 1873. Blaclc silks, Black Silks. The Cacltemlre Victoria Black Silk, warranted to wear. 92 and upwards. The vclforated "Bonnets," satin finish, at very moderate prices. We invite a special Inspection of this Department, having a complete stock of the finest "satin finished" goods at prices that ciinuot he excelled (or cheapness. AT JAMES M'CRKERY A CO.'S. > Broadway and Eleventh street, are now offering their splcn lid Fall-Importation of Plain Colored Silks, In all the new shades lor promenade costumes. Rich White Silks and Satins, tor wedding dresses; Shadow Tints, lor evening wear. Fancy Silks, lu stripes, from $1 50. tJHAWLSI 811 AWLS I SHAWLS! At JAM KM Hrl'RkKUV A (lO '9 Broadway and Eleventh street. We wilt exhibit on MONDAY, September 18, .our new tail importation ot shawl*, comprising a magnificent assortment of Keal India Shawls and Scarfs. These goods have been specially selected with a view to choice coloring* and elugance of design, and will be offered at extraordinary low prices. Imported Scotch Shawls, in longs and square*. Gentlemen's Travelling Shawls. Paisley long and square Shawl* in new designs at popular prices. We will alto offer a large variety ot Ottoman Shawl* in vary handsome styles irom $4 each to the finest imported. TJAMBS McCREF.RY A CO.'H, Broadway and Eleventh street, will open on MONDAY, September 15, in their Ladles' Furnishing Department:? New styles in Serge, Sateen and Camels' H%lr Walking Suits, Redlngotes and Polonaises in all the new shades. Also a large and splendid assortment of Ladies' and Children's Underwear, Night Dresses, Chemise*, Drawers, Pklru, Ac. New and elegant designs in Infanta' Hats and Cap*. Iniunts' outfit* In elegant variety at extremely popular ^OuVlJressraak ng Department Is now replete wtth all the litest and most fashionable styles, and all order* will be promptly executed at reaconable prices. T JaMBS M'CREBRY A CO'R, Broadway and Eleventh street, Poplin Department, will open on Monday, September IS* 300 niece* Pirn's Irish Poplins, in all the new fall shade*. 20u piece* extra quality Lyon's Poplin*. 100 piece* extra quality Irish Tabinet*. luo pieces Sicilian Cashmere*. Also, 100 piece* ! Wiped Sicilian Cashmeres, suitable for PolAll'onbe above goods are manufactured expressly for our retail sales in the choleeat (bade* aud at remarkably low prices. AT J AMKS M'CRKERY A CO'S., Broadway and Eleventh street will open on Monday, September 16, full lines or Cartwnght A Wurne'* celebrated Merino Undergarment* for gentlemen's. Udle*', and children's wear, suitable lor the fall ana winter season Gentlemen's Scotch Wool Shirt* and Drawer* In white and Shetland, ladles'and gent's Silk I nderwear; children's Fancy Cotton and Wool Hose; aiso a large stock of ladies' English and French Cotton Hosiery at greatly reduced price*. ATJAME8 M'CRBERY A CO.'H. Broadway and Eleventh street, ole agent* for the celebrated original Jouvtn Kid Ulove, will open on Monday. September 15, a large assortment in new Vail IV.Inra Alio SOOdozen Jonvtn ?ecoml choice Rid Qlovaa. Ladies' one-button, $1 2ft: OeaU'. $1 80. KnRlidh Mlk Uinhrrllaa reduced from |? to $6iiA A~~T JAMKH M'ORBERT A CO.'S, Broadway and Klevanth street Merino Department. Will open on Moaday, September 19, th? largest and flne?t assortment of t rench Mariaoa and < ashmares erer imported by ??. comprising all iha faihlonabla Vail Shade*. and ranging la price from *?r. to tl bO. Also a splendid assortment of Drap D'ete and Satteens at extremely low price*. a1m> all wool striped Ottoman Kergai. a beautiful material lor LAdlas' Suits, iroui >1 to tl SO. ERAI "sheet. ~ DRY OOUDB. A.-AT K * K OOOO CCCCC H H RSSB K K O O C C H II - 8 8 K K O OC OH H'B K K O O C It II 8 KK OOO HHUHntl 8888 K K O 0 0 H II 8 KKOOO OH b 8 R K * O OO OH II 8 8 K K 0000 OCCOO H H 8888 ^ CARMINE AND BLEEUKKK 8TREETS, bargains IN ' * 6 BLANKETS. # BLANKETS. BLANKETS. Ml. A N K hTS. B.LA N K ETS. BLANK Km BLANKETS. Hl.ANKETS. BLANKETS Just received, J 2.(100 PAIRS OK BLANKETS. ^ direct from the mllti, allKhtly in.pcrleet - not torn or Boiled, merely the border misplaced. Ac.; 8M pair* ol white w<? I Blankets, * at fO per pair, worth |l 80; 1,000 pairs of nu? white Blankets, at $:t SO per pair, worth $tt; 400 pair* ot beuutnul all wool Blanket*, at 9& prr pair, worth IS Also In perfect order, 175 pairs of very fine Knglisli 11-4 Blankets, ut So per pair, worth $12; brown BlauKeU, $1 per pair anil hp. I BED COMKOHTABLKsi T ^ own ra a n u fur turn And wiirrnnloil tn h? fllloi! with flun white cotton, every oue, beautifully quilted. SI AO, ft, %'i Ml and up. ' IKRoM auction-J <$> ? ?<& 901) Marseilles QiilltA, at $1 AO, $1 7,1, $2 fiO, $;<, $ i uiul being about 00c. on tbe dollar *.'0011101' importation. ^TaCK AND NOTil.VUIIAM CURTAINS. ^ Warranted to be 25 por cent below the price* of the cheapesi city houses. Mr. Koch begs to Inform his Iriends and the public that the addition to hli store is now completed, making tho store twice its lorincr size and the handsomest show rooms on the west side. Due notice will be given of the grand opening of Imported and home manufactured Uidies' .Suits Sacques and Cloaks, including all the novelties <>t the season. H. O. K. KOCII, corner Carmine and Hleecker streets. Al. Tho new and cheap Dry Goods store I of M. RKIMAN A CO., late of New Orleans, 26 Union square, a tew itoors above TlflUny k Co.'s, und 25 hast Kllteentli street. We beg to Inform the public that we are constantly In receipt of new Fall Moods irotn Kuropean markets. It Is our determination to place them, with a very small prollt, before our patrons in order to gain trade and reputation. We shall make it a point to offer during the entire season EXTRAORDINARY BARQAINS in each and every department. 1.N41 pieces new tail Silkf, Irom $1 50 per yard upward. Kit pieces black Uro? de Khin Silk. 9Uc. and upward. ?73 pieces black Oros drain, >1,11 12>?, $1 15, $l 25 and upward. H)7 pieces Trimming Silks in all new fall shades. 901 pieces colored Velvets tor triuiuilug, remarkably cheap. Black silk Velvets, for Cloak* and trimmings. black Kmpress Cloth, all wool, 5Ue., worth tiflo. 5-4 Idack 1 aslimere $1, worth $1 .15. . Hlaek Thibet Cloth, $1, SI 25, wortli 29 per cent more. Hlaek Alpaca, 5Uc., the best for the price on Hri.aJway. Hlaek urmure Cloths, camel's hair Clot 1, diagonal Drap Dete. Henrietta Cloth, Delaines, Oros dc Zurich, Australian Crapes. uiariix 1^10111, omen merino hihi 1111 oinvr diock uoouh, AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES. 4-4 KiikUhIi calicoes Ific., worth illk:. 4-4 French Calicoes -2V-, worth .10c. I 1'olkn t>0t DulalllCS, *5C. Figured Delaines. 16c. and upward. Wash Poplins, fall colors, 15c. and upward. Pluids In all colors, lac.. worth 30c. Colored Alpacas and Moha rs, Hoc., worth 40c. 1 oplln Alpacas tu lull shades, 40<'., worth 80c. Camel's Hair Series, 4?Kv, Hold elsewhere lor tiOc. Colurcd Empress Cloths, new shades, 5t>c , worth 6"c. Plain and striped silk Pongees. 60c. mid tiftc., worth $1. All wool Polka Dot Dress i;oo;is, very cheap. Navy Blue, in all kiudsof lire-s < foods. Cashmeres, In all new lull shades, 75c. and upward. Polka Dot und Printed Kobe de Chambre Cashmeres. Diagonal Serges, )1 >6, sold elsewhere lor $1 M. Heal India Camel's Haircloth, SI 75 and upward. Real Irish Poplin, $1 SO, worth EXTRAORDINARY HAROAIN8 In Laces, Embroideries, Hash Klbbons, Gloves, oxidized Jewelry, Tidier, Hosiery, Underwear. Ac. CLOAKS, (LO/K8, CLOAKS. 2,000 Children'* Inverted Hucoues in Cassimere, Beaver and Astrakhan, >1 50, $1 73, J.' 50 and <>.t, worth tbrlble the price. Ladies' Imported Kail Sacqurs, latent styles, 95, $0, $7 and upwards. A lull liuc of Ladies' Kail Wrappers, ut extremely low prices. Kail Suits in great variety, for Ladies, Misses and Children. Ladies' Underwear, from H8o. upward. a large and lull assortment ol French and Domestic Corsets, irom /Ac. up. TUB CHEAPEST GOODS IN TUB CITY. Blankets at a sacrifice. 680 nieces Flannels, Ale. and upward. 5Uido/.cn iluck Towels, SI per dozen and upward. Klne fi-H Napkins, $1 per dozen. Oreat bargains ill Table Linens. Wu Retail all Domestic Goods at Wholesale Prices. Those in search ol Oreat argains would do well to call and exainlue the extensive stock of M. REIMAN A CO. A T. STEWART A CO. JX. respectfully announce that their bECONO AL I I 1IN UI'KMNU of French pattern BONNETS, Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers and Novelties will take place tuekJay, September 18, at their new jobbinTTdepartmbnt, Broadway, Fourth avenue and Tenth street. The attractionx will embrace the very late at features ol the luropean market*, and arc shown here simultaneously witli the openings in I'aris, London and Herlin. In bonnet* and Hats the shape* and -./lea will be thoroughly novel. including u number of exquisite concepHons, especially prepared for Oils exhibition by some of the most celebrated houses In Paris. Til 18 OPENING 18 FOR WHOLESALE BUYERS ONLY. In our manufacturing department we are prepared to suiiply the trade with copic* ol our French Models at prices very much less than the Imported article. Nkw Yobs, rtept. 13, 1873. /1ARPET8. A. T. STEWART A CO. are now receiving their FALL ASSORTMENT of choice and elegant designs in AUBUSSONS, AJ( MINSTERS, . TURKEY, SILESIAN and RERUN CARPETS. in one piece, in a very great variety of sizes, with Ailing* or extra margins to match, the oroductiona of the most celebrated European manufacturers. In Carpets by the yard they offer new and very beautilul patterns in MOyDETTEH. in ve^ delicate shadings and tlntiuga. New patterns In SCOTCH AXMINSTER, in selected colorings and private design*, suited to every style oi decoration. . ROYAL WILTONS, in entirely new a'yles and cflcct*. CROSKLEY'8 ENGLISH VELVETS. In the (lonlile *nd single widths, irom PARIS SKETCHES *nd coloring*, fhua prcsensing all the delicate harmony ol the MoyUKTTE CARPKT. A specialty in K.>0LI8H BODY BRUSSELS, with BORDERS TO MATCH, in an endleu variety of tylM and color*. AMERICAN BODY BRUSSELS, of the Blgelow, Croinpton, Hartford and Lowell manufacture*, at POPULAR PRICES. A great variety of pattern* and color*, expreaaly for hall* und stairs, in CKOSSLBY'S KNOLISH TAPESTRY BRUSSELS. VENETIANS, with border* and stain to match. Three-ply and INORAIN CARPETINOg. Engllan and American OILCLOTHS. WOOL, DUTCH and HEMP DRUQUET8, RUOH, MAIS, AC., all sizea and to match the new color*. Broadway, Ponrth avenue, Ninth and Tenth atreets. SMITH'S PATTERN BAZAAR, 914 BROADWAY. BKtween Twentieth and Twenty-Ant aireeta?FASHIONS, imported PAT1KRNS. PULL LINE of PALL styles, BEAUTIPUI. CHANGK8, superb Suit*. Pattern* with CLOTH MODhLS of them now ready. Pattern* fitted to the form, WARRANTED perfect. CUTTING and BASTINO by our style* and work, left HO PLAIN that the dulleat seamstress can flniih a< well a* a thorough dressmaker. AT V. VIOOUROt'X'S, 122 POURTH AVBN(<R-?TAMPinf. embroidering, fine lingerie establishment; ladle*' and babies' Trouaaeanx; specialty <>f 'I'"*' Monogram* for handkerchiefs, table and hed clothe*, the largest stork oi imported embroidered goods, w now? ale department, 89 Ea*t Twelfth utruet. Also P.er,"rf}''^ patterns lor stamping; perforating paper and machine and all acMMeriofc liD. i PRICE KlV'li CENTS. DRY U4KIDS. JJAIBIII! L 888 H H A WWW L 8 8 If II AA W WW W L 8 II H A A W WW W L 8 II n AAWWWW L S88 IIIIII 11)1 A A AAA W W W W L 8 II II A AW WWW L 8 II II A A W W W W K?. 8 ? HA A WW WW LLLLIj. RGZK II If A A W w 364 Bowery, corner of Fourth street. Brunch Store, .'146 Sixth avenue, oeffij leave to call the attention of the tadie^to hi? superb stock of Human Hair Goods, of the best quality of lialr only, without any inte> mi.tiiitf whatsoever, of his own importation and manufacture. As Niave had numerous complaints from Indies who nave been led astray by unscrupulous imitators of my advertiwmenls, an.I bought inferior uooda, I call the attention of he ladies to :u>4 Bowery, corner Fourth street, which entire building I occupy. The largest stock ol Hum in llairOoodsln the city. I detailed at wliole ale prices. I o.tn offer to the public inducements which cannot bf> superseded by unv ol my emu petit, r*. All goods warranted a* reprc-cnud. Price li*t Short Hair Switches 91 and'nnward Finest (juallty IIall* Switches, s >ltd, notdvid, 18 Iix-i.t h lowr, 4 ounces weight (5 22 inches long, 4 ounce* weight t> 2d Inches long, 4 ounce* weight 8 S3 inches long, 4 ounces weight *10 Shaw's Patent Hair Switcboa, 50c. Long Single Curls, naturally curly? 22 Inch $2 24 inch 26 inch 9 4 Frlscts. 2V. per yard. Branch store, 545 Sixtn avenue. be'ween Twenty-flrat and Twenty-second streets. Ladles' own hair ma le over In latest s'yles. Combing* made up ."Ou. per t mice. Goods sent 0. O. D. l>v express on receipt of color an& money in registered letter* or Post o'Hce order. JJ O'NEILL A CO. Wl!l open this day, mondav, september 2, choice assortment at the latest Tall novelti?t In HATS, french flowers, OSTRICH AND F\NCV FEATHERS, SASII AND BONNET R1I1110NS, in all tho new shade*. * NEW LACES ANI> LACE ARTICLES, Also, SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW In LACE, SILK ANI> VELVET RUFFLES. H. O'NEILL A CO., 327 and 329 Sixth avenue, near Twentieth street. H I'M AN IIAI It. ?'I'll K BEST (!l?OI)S IN THE CITY at a great discount. We sllll offer bargains In milnltlcent gray and white Hair. I'leaso note our pclces and call and examine, the goods. 4\ ox. Hti-inch all long hair Switches, (25; 4 ox. .Hi.inch, all long hair. $IG,3^oz. -Much, all long hair, $il. Long stem switches, snort hair w ith long corcrinen?, very heavy, $5. Magnificent gray .switches, all shades. N. We open our superb stock ol Furs October I. Furs renaired. WELLS A SMITH, 71)? Broadway, oppoxito tirace church. LADIES' PARTY AND STREET DRESSES To KENT. 4tW Sixth avenue. Business strictly confidential. Look at the pricks. Extraordinary Bargains BLACK SILK*. 1873. Kail Importation. 1873. CHARLES HEARD A CO., No. :tOI Grand street, will offer on Monday, September 15, 165 piece* superior <|Uiility Black Silks,'new goods, of recent Importation, bought nt auction sale* during the oust week Rich black tiros de Rhine. We., SI, #1 lb. 1120. Extra rich Uros do Ithiiie, $130, $1 411, 1150, $1 GO. Richrblack Drap do Lyon. $1. $110. $120, $140. Rich black Drap tie Franco, $111), $120, $130, $1 SO. Rich black tiros (Iruln, $1. $110, $1 .0. $130. Still richer tiros Uriiln, $140, *1 50, $1 fs), $176. Extra super tiros Grain, $'!, $2 25, $2 40, $2 50. Satin finish Uros (train, $2 25, $2 50, $2 75. $3. Also 80 pieces beautiful dark striped Silks, for earl> fall wear, at 75c. per yard. , Friends, customers and stranger* are invited to call and examine. CIIAS. HEARD A CO. No. S)1 Oranil at. MME. LEPEZRON, FROM PA HIS.?CDRTAIN Bleaching Establishment?Lace Curtains and fine Laces eleiiued enual to new. 891 Broadway, corner Nineteenth street. All order* sent by mail or express will receive prompt attention. MMK. DUVAL, DRESS AND CI.OAK MAKKR, IM. Porter ot Paris Patterns. 873 Broadway, bus now open new designs und styles lor the lall season. Patterns cut Iroin meu.-ure warranted to fit. NEW YORK DYKINO AND PRINTINO ESTABI-1SH M K.1T, STATF.N ISLAND. KSl'vBLISUKD IN 1819. 9rt Dunne street, near Broadway, j 7.W Broadway, near Eighth street, J New York. Oil) Sixth avenue, near Thirty-sixth at., 1 166 ami ltiH Pierrepont street, neur Fulton. Brooklvn. Dye, Cleanse ami Retlnl'h ladies' and gentlemen's (jarmaiits and I'iece Goods in a superior manner. OPPENING OK FALL STYLBS, SEPTEMBER IS, AT S. T. TAYLOR'S old original dressmaking and Pattern Rooms, No. 6 Clinton place; ladn-e ouilllltf w.ll mid paper patterns In all ol'the latest Parisian stvles al reduced prices: 8. T. Taylor's system ol cutting taught. SMITH'S PATTKIIN HA/, A A It. !?14 H RO A DW A V, It K kj tween Twentieth and Twenty-first streets.?FASHIONS. Imported PATTERNS, FIILI. LINK of FALL styles. BVAUTIFOL CIIANGIOS, superb Suits. Patterns, with CLOTH MoDKLS of them, now ready. Patterns fitted to the form WARRANTED pe'iect. CUTTING ami HASTING by our styles uti I work left SO PLAIN that the dullest seamstress can finish as well as a thorough dressmaker. fJAHE PARISIAN FLOWER COMPANY open their Retail Department on WEDNEBOAvTnd THUK8DAT, September 17 and 13, when they will exhibit French Artificial Flowers and Feathers, Bridal Wreaths Veils, Illusions, Ac. Floral Gurnitures lor Wedding and Evening Parties, to order. Churches, Hulls and Dwellings Decorated. Artificial Flower Vases and Baskets filled to order; a specialty. TlIE PARISIAN FLOWER COMPANY, J. 1-OEWEN8TKIN, Proprietor, 23 Fast Fourteenth street, four doors west of University place. No. 9 Rue de Olery, Paris. . 1873 FALl'OPfiMKVO* 1*73. Carpets, Oilcloths, Upboutery Goods, Ac., SnEPPARD KNAPP'S, 183 nnd If# Muh avenue. Will offer on Monday, September IS, a large and choiec selection ot new and elegant designs in Wilton, Axminsier. .Moijuette Velvets, flve-trstnu body Brussels, Tspestrv Brussels, three-ply, ingralu, Ac. Velvets. >2 28. Ro'lv Krussels, f I bo. English Tapestries, $1. Three-plies, (I 2fl. All Wool Ingrain, 70c. Including a large lot of the choicest pattern of John Crosshy A Sons' English Tape-tries, slightly wet oil the voyage ot Importation, at a great sacrifice. English and American Oilcloth*, trom 3 to 24 tecl wide. Matting, Maw, Ac. Window Shade*. Cornice*, l.ncc an t Nottingham Curtain*. In great variety. S. B ?Would respectfully call attention of patrons and pulilic generally to examine stock and prices. MI I.I.I V Kit V AND DRESSMAKING. A~ -MAISON WALTON, <Vil BROADWAY, ABOVE . Union Minare, Imp rter of Paris Bonnets and English Round Hats from the leading houses In Europe. A-MME. LUMEFV, 110 WEST TWENTY THIRD . street, near Sixth avenue. Costumes In all styles: Evening Dresses and Travelling Suits at shortest notice; terms moderate. AT MRS. R. A HASTINGS', 16 BAST FIFTEENTH street?The latest styles of Kail Bonnets and (lata. A choice selection of Feathers and Flowers. Between Union square and Filth avenue. CM. OLNMY. IMPORTER OF FRENCH MILXI . nerv, tall stvle Bonnets and Round llats, rich French Flowers. Ostrich and Fancr Feathers, Ac.; elegant stylea Mourning Bonnets. 30 East Fourteenth sL GO TO MAX WIENER'S. Ws SIXTH AVENUE, BEtween Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, for the choicest colorcd Ostrich Plumes aud Tipi in all the newest shades. LE CHATEAU 'MADAMF. ANOOT" THE PARISIAN novelt/, will be on exhibition at Mine. A. MICHEL'd opening or Imported Roflnets an I Round Hats, on Thursday. September iB, at her Millinery Establishment, US Sixth avenue, near Twenty-sixth street. MMK. HURLETON. 21 CLINTON PLACE, KIOIITH *treet, Weat.?The latent ?tyle? of (all Bonnet* and Konnd HAt*; ?l?<? Mourning Honnet.*, Pattern Bonnet* lid HaU for the trade; a ?o.*1 trimmer wanted. MMF.. A. MICHKL. FoRMKRLV WITH MARIK Galaupeau, 423 Sixth avenue, near Twentyaixth atreet, having arrived per steamship Laurent, will exhibit, (in Thursday, .-eptember IS, a most recherche assortment ot Hnniiet*and ronnd llat*. carefully "elected * by heraelf In the leading house* in Paris; also English round Hats, from C. W. Brown's and other*, Adtniaaion by card only. _ _ _ Max wibner, *.? sixth avknub, rktwkkn Klgkteenth ami Nineteenth stroet*. manufacturer of ixtricli Feather*, offer* hi* immense *tock of blaca and colored Ostrich Plumes and rip* at lowar price* than any other **tabH*hm??t In the city. LLFB. LYONS A MUNTJOT, OW tl UNION square, beg to Inform their customer* general It that they have received their novelties In Pari* Bonneta 1 and English Round Hats and will b? ready to exhibit September It. No card* of invitation isaued thia seaeon. MMK. HANSEN. 437 SIXTH AVKNUK.-KABUIONable Parisian l>rea? and <'toax Maker; al*o gentlemen'* "faultlea* fit" shirt*; ladie? *upplied with aaam*trea*ea by thu day; French pattern* cut OSTRICH PKATHKi.B. OSTRITCB KKATIIKR.7I ureal inducements are oflered to the trade in Ostrich heather* ut MAX WIP.NhK'8, tji -ixtli avenue, t*tween Eighteenth and Nineteenth atroeta. uiaiinincturar ul oatrich feather*.