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? - AH ALLEGED MUSDEBB^ftlSOHAROBIX Frederick Pertlns, who, iywas alleged, causcd the death of Ptollx Pox, so#io time ago, by poshing nm backward oat of the/door of the engine house It stapletoa, andy wbq, waa discharged by the Ooroner'e jury oa the ground that there waa no evidence against him, bat who waa afterwards rearrested on the charge or murder, oa charges* made by Fox* friend*, and locket) up in the County Jail at Richmond, had a long hearing yt Police Headquarters yesterday, with able couafiel on both bHK'S. Finally the District Attorney, Mr. Hawxon, accepted the proposition that, at most, Perkiua was only guilty of manslaughter in the Xourth degree, and the prisoner was discharged from custody upon giving bonds for $1,000 to await the action of toe Grand Jury, which will meet at Richmond Village on the second Tuesday or next month. The general supposition is that Fox tell from the stops of the building while very drunk, and thus broko his skull, aud that this waa the cause of his death. SCALPED TO DEATH, Coroner Keenan was notified yesterday of the death, at Bellevue Hospital, of Ann lllgglna, a native oI Ireland, 71 years of age, who was accidentally scalded at her residence In First avenue, between Fifty-ninth and Sixtieth streets, about seventeen weeks ago. The unfortunate woman received her injuries through the upsetting of a boiler full ef hot water whicn she was endeavoring to lilt lrom a stove. Her sufferings bad been IntpnHp. and thev -were ?rrnn.tlv aifuravatcd bv her extreme age. * " " MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. Married. BAHCL4T-Batteiwon.?On Thursday, September 11, by Rev. James Milleit, at the bride's residence, Petkr Barclay, late of Buffalo, to Miss Fannie Battekson, ail or this city. Bell?Sabi.kk?on Wednesday, September 10, by Rev. James H. Klliott, I>. D., or Charleston, S. O., Edwin <j. Bbll to Lou 8. youngest daughter or the late lienry R. Sadler, Esq., or Florida. Georgia ami Sooth Carolina papers please copy. Church?Mbllard.?At the South Reiormed church, in New York, on Tuesday, August 2fl, by the Rev. George E. Thrall, Charles T. Church, of Brockport, N. Y., to Frances A. Millard, eldest daughter of B. Van /.ainlt, Ksq.. ofWaterford, Mich. Dunlop?Cisco.?On Wednesday, September 10, by ltev. Dr. NoabSchenck, D. D., at St. Agnes' church, on the Heights, Brooklyn, Clark W. Dunlop to Eliza, daughter oi James B. Cisco, Esq., all of Brooklyn. Fdkrestkr?Waijisley.?On Wednesday evening, September 10, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. William N. Bunnell, Hector of All ^aintij Church, Robert F. Forrester to Hatttk M., only diiughter oi Stephen B. Walmaley, Esq.. all or this city. Knowlks?Moore.?On Wednesday, September I 10, by Kev. l>r. Bowling, Frederick u. Knowi.es to Mary F. Moore, daughter of Jacob Mooro, all of this city. McNrLTT?Owens.?On Wednesday evcninjr, Peptcmber 10, 1873, at the residence ol the bride's Eirents, by Ilev.'John Larkln, JonN J. McNclti, of rooklyn, to Annie E., second daughter of John Owens, ?>q., of New York city. No cardB. Richardson?Hoyb.? In Brooklyn, on Wednesday evening, September 10, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. LewiB Francis, A. J. Richardson. M. d., of New York city, to Miss Evpiiemia, daughter of Henry Boys, Esq. Died. Beere.?On Friday, September 12, 1873, Joseph Bkkhk, a native or tlsth, England, aged 68 years. Relative* and irlonds of the family are invite*! to attend the funeral, on Sunday, September 14, at one o'clock P. M., Irom the South Haptlst church, West Twenty-filth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Brown.?At Somers, Westchester county, N. Y., on Saturday, September 13, Stephen Brown, in the 87th year of Ins age. Relatives and friends of tne family are respectfolly invited to attend (he funeral, from his late residence, on Monday, September 15, at two o'clock P. M. Carriages will be in waitinir atCroton Falls ntation on arrival of train leaving Grand Central depot at 10:40 A. M. Cain.?On Friday, September 12, 1873, Mrs. Mart Cain, widow ot Peter Cain, aged 55 years" The (uncial will take place on Sunday, September 14, iroiu her late residence, No. 25 Niutu avenue, at one o'clock P. M. Caskidy.?On Saturday, September 13, after a lingering illness, Andrew Cassidy, a native ot the county Oavan, Ireland. The relatives and friends of the family, also the members ol the I'nlon Tontine Benevolent Society, are respectfully Invited to attend the luneral, from his late residence. No. ho lle&ter street, on llondav afternoon, ut two o'clock. Charters.?On Frnlav evening, September 12, Mary, relict of Thomas Charters, in the 80th year Of her ace. Funeral on Monday alternoon, September 15."at two o'clock, from the residence of her son-in-luw, Francis Ta>lor, No. 183 South Eighth street, Brooklyn, E. D. ('HE8HIKE.?On Saturday, September 13, 1873, alter a short Illness. Mrs. Maria Cu&mibb, In the fist vear ol her age. The relatives and friends of the family are re- I pectfully invited to attend the luneral. Irom the residence of her son, No. 293 South Third street, Brooklyn, E. D., on 'iuesday, September 10, at two o'clock 1*. M. Cook.?on Friday, September 12, 1873, Elizabeth Cook, widow of James c ook, in the 40th year of her aire. The relatives and friends are respectfully invited t<i attend the funeral, which will take place Irom her iate residence, No. wi Ninth avenue, tnia day (Sunday), September 14,1873, at hall-past one o'clock F. M. CtiKNAi.LON.?On Saturday, September 1^ 1873, Catharine, the beloved wile ol Martin Connallon, | aged 4k? years and 11 months. The frieuds and relatives of the family and those j o? her sons, Andrew, Martin, Jr.. and Michael, are Invited to atten t the funeral, on Sunday, at two ! o'clock 1'. M., irom her late residence, No. 7 Second ' avonn,". Con*on.?On Friday, September 12, 1873, Jane i CoNi.oN, In the 7ht>i year of her ate. The friend* ol the family are respectlully Invited to attend tlic funeral, Irom her late residence, 45 Henry street, on Sunday, 14th Inst., at two I*. M. ! Her remains will be taken to Greenwood lor iuter- j menu Covi.k.?On Friday, September 12, 1873, JonN, youngest son of Bernard and Mary Coyle, aged 10 years anu u months. Relatives and Inends of the tamlly, also members of Holy Innocent Association, are invited to attend the funeral, Irom the residence ol his parents, 121 West Nineteenth street, tills (Sunday) aiicrno'.n, at two o'clock. Corn.lb.?On Friday, September 12, 1873, John L. Covn.LE. aged Ho years. Tho i-plntivrR anil Inoniln nf the fnmilv nre re. Hpectfully invited to attend th? luneral, from his late residence, 303 Kust Flity-secoud street, ou Sunday, September 14, at one o'clock P. M. Pittsnurg papers pl?ase copy. Chase.?On Friday morning, September 12, Nancy Mc.vi.rink Ckanb, who of Win. \v. Crane, in the fl&tli year oi her ujfe. Funera! services will be h Id on Sundry afternoon, ntu lust., at four o'ciock, at her late resideuce, '>4 CI nton avenue, Brooklyn. Relatives and irlemis ot tnc lamily uie Invited to be present. C'Rtr.KR.?At lb>.??:oi?ei, N'. Y., on (Saturday, September 13, Hai:ki-:t Dololas, daughter ol Johii i'. and Eliza L. C. Cruder. Funeral services at tlio Church of Divine Love, dear Cruder*, on Monday, September 13, at 4 P. M. Traius leave lirand Central Depot at 2 P.M. for t;ruuern. Cilliuan On Saturday, September 13, 1873, at her residence in Last New York, L. 1., Mrs. Cati'kuisk Culmoav ac"d .">5 years. The relatives ami friends oi the lamily aro Invited to attend the Mineral, on Monday altertioon, September 15, ironi corner ol Sheffield avenue and plank load, Kant New ^.trk, ;it two o'clock. Ukmpsky.?On Thursday, September 11, 1873, Dennis Iikmi-bey, in the 4?th year ol his aire. The relatives and friends oi the lamily are luvltert toattcmJ the luneral, lrom bl? late residence. 171 CoiJvcr street, oreenpoiut, on Minday, September 14, at lialt-pist two o'clock, without further notice. Dkkkinu.?Ou kimiiv "evening, J-eptember 12, at 8 o'clock, Sami i;i 1*. Deekinu, in Ills 49th yi?.ir. Jtelntlves and ir.einU are invited to attend his funeral, at No. losixth avenue, on Monday, Scptembjr IS, at 2 o'clock P. M. Dkvek.? >n .Saturday, September 13, Franklin, eon oi Charles and Mary l ever, aged 20 years and 7 months. Relatives and Ineuds of the iamlly are Invited to attend the funeral, on Monday, Septemlier 16, at two o'cJoek.urom the residence ol Ids lather. No. 7 Attorney street. Downey.?on Friday, September 12, Matilda, Wl'e of KolKTt Downey, aged M years. The relatl\es ami Iriends ol the lamily are ro fectfullv Invited to at .end the turn lal. on Monday, at half-past twelve o'clock, lrom her late real fccnce, iio. tun vt.'Pi iiiinjr- uurui ureci, IH'ckwobtii.?At Minora, n. j., on Friday. ,Se^>Umber vi, 1B73, Mounts, tiou ol N.lson and iicoeeca Duck worth, a#ed 34 yearn. f Funeral will take plncc from the resldenc o' tits father, No. 3 St. I.nkc'? place, ou Monday altcrnoou, ' at two o'clock. The relative* anil iriends, also 1 T louipwinv and officer* ol l wenty-second regiment, j N. (J. S.>f. V., are re*pectiully invited to attend without lurther notice. Interment at Given wood. The members ol 1 company. Twenty-second regiment N'.? J. S. N. V., are hereby requested to attend : ?p?clHl meeting. to be lield ar toe atmor.r Saturday evening, September 13. at eight o'clock, to i take actioil in reterence to the death of their late roim&auduii, Captain Morris Duckworth. By order. Lieutenant J. II. HORsFALL. K. M. Ford, Sergeant. Fkam>?on Thursday, .September 11, 1873. KrBxcrA. jueksred wile of Louis Frank, la the 41st fear ol l efaiie. The relatftrea *oc friends of the family, also members ol .Mount Nebo ho df?e, No. 2f?7, F. and I A- M., Arc rvspeuU'ully invited to attend the Mineral, trom ,lier l*?e resilience, No. 237 Kast 'thirtieth meet.,on Suwday, September 14, at ten o'clock A. M., witt out inrllier notice. I he memb.-ra oi ?Motint Hclioh Lodge, No. 2fi7, F. ?nd A. M., arv resp<y:t.ul!y invi.ed to attend the funeral of the wife o. our biotbcr. Louis Frank, ?rom her late res.rieiRe, No. 2.J kiat Thirtieth ureet, on Sunday mom.ng. sertmnfHr 14. at ten 1 tlota. iijf oxd?r ot JObfc.1'11 FOX. faster. KEW YORK atmuru.Vjon Saturday, seytmbw is, at halfpast three, qicloct, p. 1L, Acqi^ta Rith, Infaut Uaunhtecbf, Jotin_A. and Rath E. Qairand, aged 3 months. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to atUftd, the funeral, from the residence of her P*f>;ntai No. M Bergen street, Breoktvh, on Monday, September 16, at one o'clock p. iL / Gundkrskn.?On Friday, September 12, 18 73, Jonas Ginoebsem, aged M years, 3 montoa and 10 days. rutwa* Lodgb, No. 338, F. and A. m.?The oncers and members are hereby summoned to atteart a apeclal meeting at the lodge room, on Sunday afternoon, September 14, at one o'clock sharp. Tor the pnrpoae of attending the funeral oi our late brother, Jonas Gunderson. H. BOWNE, M. George h. Fonnax, Secretary. Hall.?On Friday, September 12, John, son of William and the late Mary P. Hall, aged 2 months and 28 days. ^ _ The relatives and friends of the family are inylted to attend the funeral, from the residence of his grandfather, auo West Twenty-fourth street, on Sunday afternoon. September 14. at one o'clock. Hanioan.?On Saturday, September 13, Edith .Annie, Infant daughter of Edward H. and Annie M. Hantaan, aged a months. The relatives and iriends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Monday, September 16, at eleven o'clock A. M., from the residence of her parents, Washington avenue, near Sixth street. Morrlsanla. Hart.?On Friday, September 12. 1878, Francis M. Hakt, son of Thomas J. and Annie X. Hart, aged 1 year, fl months and 12 days. Kciatives ana rnenas ui inc ituimj are rewproi/fully luvlted to attend tbe funeral, on Sunday, September 14. at one o'clock, from the residence of his parents, 31 Rutgers street. 11 askinh.?At Sparkblll, Rockland county, N. Y., Oil aklbs II. Haskins. of the firm of Miller & llasKinm, dentists. Brooklyn, aged 29 years. Funeral from the residence of bis slater, Mrs. Alexander Agar, 149 Willow street, Brooklyn Heights, on Monday, the 16th lust., at three o'clock P. M. Hkuhkut Suddenly, EronwR H. Herbert, late member of Company K, Seventy-first N. Y. 8. M., in the 2fltn year oi his aire. Funeral from his late residence, Allendale, N. J., HVIIOJ (CI1UUU 7 / Hryman.?Yesterday morning, Isaac Hethak, Infant son of Moses and Clara Hey man, agedl year aud 6 months. Relatives and Mends, also the members of Lebanon Lodge, No. 9, L O. B. B., are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his parents, 227 East Fifty-second street, this (Sunday) morning, at ten o'clock. Hovt.?At Stamiord, Conn., on Saturday, September 13, Cuaki.es D. Hoyt, aged 69 yearn. Funeral from Congregational church, Mouday, September 15, at two b'clock. Huguins.?In Brooklyn, on Thursday, September 11, of pleuro pneumonia, William Huqgins, In the 62d year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family, also the members of Joppa Lodge, No. 201, F. and A. M.; Brooklyn Chapter, No. 148; Brooklyn Council, No. 4; Clinton Commandery, No. 14, are respectiully Invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence. No. 126 Bridge street, on Sunday, September 14, at two P. M. Hpli.k.?At her residence, In this city, on Friday, September 12, 1873, at hall-past six o'clock in the evening. Mkta Makgarktha Hulls, daughter of Clans and Anna Hullo, aged 17 months and 3 days. The relatives and lrlends are requested to attend the funeral, .rom her late residence, No. 40 Greenwich street, tuts (Sunday) aiternoon, at one o'clock. The luneral service will be read In the house previous to the departure for Greenwood Ceraeterv. Ickxn.?<>n Friday, September 12, John Chbistophbk 1cken. Will be buried on Sunday, September 14, at two o'clock in the aiternoon, lrom his late residence, 319 Greenwich street. Helatlvesand friends are Invited to attend the funeral. Jones.?At Long Island City, N. Y., on Thursday, September U, 1873, Kdwakd E. Jones, lormerly of Newark, N. J., aged 69 years. The* relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the fnneral, from his late residence, Lonir Island Cltv, on Tuesday, September 18, at twelve o'clock M. Carriages will be In waiting at Tbirty-lourth street lerry, Hunter's Point, at 11:30 A. M. Junk.?On Friday, September 12, Mart, daughter of J. and M. Junk. The funeral will take place from her late residence, 24fl East Twenty-sixth street, on Sunday, the 14th Inst., at one o'clock P. M. Kbi.lv.?On Saturday, September 13, Mrs. Agnes Kelly, In the 73d year ol her age. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, lrom her late residence, 110th street aud Tenth avenue, this (Sunday) aiternoon, at one o'clock. Kkmp.?At his residence, in New Brighton, Staten Island, on Saturday, September 13, Alfred F. Kemp, in the 56th year of his ay:e. The relatives and iriends of the family nre invited, without lurther notice, to attend the funeral, at Christ church. New Brighton, on I'ucsdav. the inth Inst., at hull-oust twelve o'clock P. M. liout leaves pier 19 North River, at hair-past eleven o'clock a. M. Le:ch.?In Brooklyn, on Friday, September 12, Ann, widow of George C. Lelcti, In the 64th year of her age. Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from the residence ol her Ron, 3U7 Kosciusko qfreet, at one o'clock P. M., sharp, i n Sunday, the 14th Inst. Chicago, Milwaukee and Boston (Mass.) papers please copy. Leonard.?At Harlem, on Saturday, September IS, Annie M., daughter of William and Delia F. Leonard, in the 24th year of her ape. Kelatives and frlends.are invited to attend the funeral, iroru St. James' M, E. church, corner of I2?th street and Madison avenue, Monday, 15th Inst., at two o'clock F. M, | Lewis.?On Thursday, September 11, PnxBE Eli/a, wife of Koliert Lewis. Relatives and Irlends are respectmily invited to I attend the luneral, from her late residence, 339 Kast Filticth street, on Sunday, September 14, at two P. M. Logan.?On Saturday morning, September 13, j after a Ion* and severe illness, John Logan. The relatives uad irlends are respectlully Invited j to attend the lun-ral, irotn the Last Baptist church, corner of Madison and flouverneur streets, this (Sunday) aiternooo, at two o'clock. Lloyd.? On Saturday, September 13, 1873, Isabella Li/)yd, ased I6years and 6 months. Tlie luneral will take place on Monday, September 16, at half-past one o'clock, lrom her late restdenco, 412 West Forty-sixth street. The relatives and (rlen'ls are respectlully Invited to attend. Martin.?At Newark, N. J., on Saturday, Sep| tcmber 13, Mary 11., widow of Captain Peter II. Martin, aped 70 years. Notice of luneral In Newark (N. J.) papers on Monday, September 15. Mitcuhu?At Brooklyn, on Thursday, Septemher 11, Mrs. Mary Nitchei.l, native ol the parish of ('ultra, county (Jalway, Ireland, a red 56 years. Relatives aiul friends ol the lamlly are respectfully invited to attend the funerui, irotn the residence of her son, Thomas Mitchell, 107 Graham street, on Sunday, September 14, lrom thence, at hall past two o'clock p. M. to the Cemetery of the j Uolv Cross, Flatbush. I Mosi.by.?On Monday, September 8, Alice | Mosley, oi Fort Hamilton. Will be buried lrom the residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. Leary, Fort Hamilton, to-day (Sunday), | ai two o'c ock. The relatives and friends are respectlully invited to attend. ciucumau papers infuse copy. McLellan.? At the residence of Ills daughter. Liverpool, Ingland, on Thursday, Augu?t 2X, Mr. J am ks McL.KLi.an. u native ol Scotland, and for the past twenty yearn a resident ol the city of New York, In the T.;d year of his age. Friend* will please acc"pt of this Intimation. McQCape.?on Saturday, September 13, KlizanFTii, wile ol Thomas McQuadc, In the 30tli year ot her aire. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend tne mneral, Irom 630 West Forty-fourth street, on Monda.) afternoon, at bait-past one o'clock. O'Connor.?On Thursday, September 11, Kernaku O'Connor, after a lingering illness, In the 24th year ot Ills a?e. Him funeral will take place from bis late residence, 313 First avenue, on Sunday, 14th Inst., at one o'clock 1'. M. (>'ilaka.--on Friday. September 12, Rose, the beloved wife of Andrew O'ilara. The funeral will take place this (Sunday) afternoon at two o'clock, irom her late residence, 413 Fast Sixteenth street. O'IIeillt.?On Friday. September 12. Catherine, widow of Lawrence O'Reilly, In the 64th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectlullv invited to attend the funeral, Irom her ,ute resilience, No. 1M) Mott street, on Sunday, the nth Inst, at one o'clock P. M. Interment in Calvarv cemetery. o'Kot kke. ?on Friday. September 12, IIridgkt O'Uoikke, In the M?f year ol her age. Her relatives and irieuds are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of lie.r i son-in-law, John Armstrong, No. 233 West. Twentysixth street, on Sunday, the 14th ln.st., at one o'clock i*. M. I'AHKKh?on Saturday, SepUsmber 13, after a lmgermg liinesa, John A. Parker, in the 76tU vear ol bis age. The lunersl will take place from his late residence, No. Jol West Twenty-first street, on Monday the 16th lnsi., at two o'clock P. M. Interment at Oreeawnod. ine relatives and friends of the rntnily are luvited to attend without further notice. i'ortuind i Me. i pupers please copy. Reoav.?on Friday. September 12, after a short Illness. Kk.knk, the beloved son of Sarah ?. and : Michael ttetran. 'I lie funeral will lake place on Sunday, the 14th \ insi., Irom Jhe residence of his futher, iM Second | avi'uu". hi or>'' ociock r. si. Kick.?On k'rlda.v, September 12, 1873, MirnAF.i, F. Hick, /?on of Cathertnc and the late 1'airlck Hice, tot Koakea, couiMV of L<*ith, Ireland. HIh friend* aa<.' tlioiieiol the lamliv are renprctfully requested to at tend .(he funeral, thmdav (Sunday), at one o'clock, nhnr;i, iroin the renhienre ol hiH orother, Thornna S. Khe. 42 Kant Twentieth street. Rooebs.?On Friday, PeptojaiUci- ia, John, rod of Micbael and Klien Ko^cm. Will be burled from tlio residence ol Inn father, 23S .Sullivan street, on hunday, tbr> 14th lnnt., at two o'clock P. M. mchrodeb.?in Brooklyn, on Friday, September VI, otto, son ol John Henry and cafk'unno F. fcchioder, a^ed 0 )earn, 0 monthii and 4 oa.ivItelatlveM and iriends of the family arc re.'pcct- J fully irw.tuu to attend the luneiai, from the /cal. , HERALD,, SUNDAY, SEPT] denoeorhU parents, corner of Hoyt and Thirdstreets, to-<?y (Sunday), at two o'clock. Shaw.?in New York, on Thursday, September lLMr^ Louisa Shaw, in bcr6lst fear. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, at the Moravian church, btaten Island, thU (Sunday) afternoon. at uali-pant t <vo o'clock. Smith.?on Saturday morning, September 13. 18)3, or consumption, Imooknb p., wile of William J. Smith, in her 87th year. The relatives and friends of the family and of her brothers, Charles and Robert Selkirk, are tespectfuily invited to attend the funeral, from the f resilience of ber brotner-in-law, Martin Knob, at Brewster's, Putnam county, N. Y., on Monday afternoon, at hail-past one o'clock. Carriages will be in waiting at ttie station. Train leaves Fortysecond street depet at 10:40 A. M. Washington and Florida papers please copy. Stansbik.?At West lioboken, N. J., on Friday, September 12, Lixs Stansbie, in the* 86th year or his age. Funeral services at his late residence, on Mont day, 16th inst., at two P. M. Interment at Wcehawken Cemetery. Relatives and friends are respectfullv invited to attend. Sutherland.?-On Friday, September 12, of consumption, Catherine C. Sbchrbck, aged 83 yearn. Funeral will take place from the residence or her nephew. Spencer Sutherland, 216 Twenty-second street, South Brooklyn. Relatives and friend" are respectfully invited to attend, to-day (Snndav), the 14th lnm., at two o'clock P. M.; thcncc to Calvary Cemetery. Taylor.?On Friday, September 12. John Taylor, infant son ol G. and N. A. Taylor, aged 8 months and 0 days. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from their residence, No. 245 East Porty-fonrth street, New York city, this (Sunday) afternoon, at two o'clock. , Townsend.?At Orange, N. J., on Saturday, September 13, Marion Louise, lniant daughter ol Abrain S. and Mary Townsend. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services, at the residence of her parents. I near orauge Junction depot, on Monday, ut three P. M. Train leaves Mew York at ten mlnutea past one. Wbltz.?On Saturday, September 18, alter a short Illness, Willie Uknkt, son of William aud Henrietta weltz, aged 10 months and 21 days. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral on Monday, September 16, at one P. M., from 574 West Forty-seventh street. wjcstbkvblt.?On Friday evening, September 12, Geokuk N., only son of Frazee and Elizabeth A. Wostervclt, aged 1 year, 0 months and 21 days. The relatives and lrienda of tbe family are respectfully invited to attend the fnneral services, this (Sunday) aiternoon, at five P. M., at tbe residence of hlsijrandlather, Isaac Krowe, 401 West Ftfty-lonrth streer. Interment Monday afternoon, from Hound Brook, N. J. Wilson.?on Friday, September 12. Willie McGreooh, son of John 0. and Eliza Wilson, aged 11 years and tt months. Fnneral on Sundar, 14th Inst., at one o'clock, P. M., from the residence of his parents, 084 sixth avenue. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Vi/'IITS. MTU Jlrf. 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Apply to M. BRADLEY, foot of drove street, Jersey City, wlicru yacht uow Ilea FOR SALE-PROPELLER TUG BOATS, 17X17, 16X18, 16x16, 12x10; also 'team Yachts, Barges, Ac. WILLIAM II. I1A4AKD, Jr., 62 Harrison street. QLOOP FOR SALE?ABOUT .*> tONS BURDEN, k? light draught; In good order. Apply northeast corner Thirty-eighth street nud First avenue. TO YACHT OWNERS.?r HAVE SUPERIOR FM" I Lilies to winter throe or four Yachts in company with tno yacht Viking, in ire-h water; will t.ik>' either Schooners or Sloops at reasonable prices. Address Captain WILLIAM A. 1'RATI', i'.s-;ex, Conn. 1VTANTKD?A SCHOONER YACHT OR STKAMKK, ?V strong, stanch and well found. lor which an e<iul!v in a ucautiiul country Residence in Westchester ci untv, less than an hour in m New York will he given. Address B. J. W., box 3,7<i'J i'o t olllce, New York. KPROPB. GERMAN UI1LE FACTORY, ESPECIALLY WELL adapted for the making of barrels and the Scott action, wants customers In America. 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Tlili LEIPZIG l'KE-S MANUFACTORY, VON 8CHMIERS, WERNER A STEIN, Leipzig, tiermany, Windmuchlenthor, No. 6. BE?TAnUJXg. ATARI) TO THE PIBLIC.-MK. E. BRAINARD wishes to inform his triemis and the public generally that he has taken the restaurant connected wltn Robinson House, which will lie constantly supplied with all n.c Miu-miiiinu dim iiiaiiii m lilt o? usuii, lyiii" promptly and at moderate prices. MATUIMOMAU Marriages.?agency 29 bond street. applicutlon $2; gpmtniss on two per cent, pavahle niter marriage only; strictly honest anil contldcntial. Enclose stump. itTORAOai qtobui FOR rURNITCBB. PI ANOB and bagO yagc, in separate rooms. mlchaleb a soN. ?M\ 40 and 42 Commerce street, near Bicccker. MARBLE MANTRI-N." \KLAItER, STEAM MARBLE AND MARBLEtZ in,' Works, 134 ami i;? East Eighteenth streetMarble ami Marbletxed Mantels Tiling; Marblo Counters, MoiiuinentH at prices that dcty competition. Marblo 'iurnin" lor the trade. An assortment of m ant em, unsurpassed toi1 beauty ot deskii anil quality ol workmanship^ Hate Work ol all kinils a specialty. PEN KII YN SLATK COMPANY, Fourth avenue anil NcvcnU'cnth strret, Union square. A A.-MABBLE AND MAUliLKI/, i.I) MANTELS AND i\. Tiling, superior to anything ottered in this city; Monuments, Headstones, Marble Counter-and \Valn?cotlug, in tine selections ut s. KLAHKK 4 co.'S steam Marble Works, 217 to 223 West Fitty-tlrst Street, between Broadway and Eighth avenue. Marble and maiuu.i i/.kd mantels. floor 'Ilimit, Monuments, Ac.; large stock at lowest wholesale prices. VNATIIAN A CO., Steam Marble Works, 6S4 Hudson street, corner Bank. ^TEWART'S SLATE MANTELS, M MUII.E AND WtiOD O Mantels, rich and elegant designs, at the lowest price-. 22U and 222 West Twenty-third sireeu between Seventh and Eighth avenues. rPllE LARGEST STOCK of SLATE MANTELS A In the city. New Styles and lowest prices. eagle slate company, S42 Sixth avenue. MI.SC BI.LANKOUS. Arthur fitzpatrick a co., from London (pupils ol th Rr. iit A. W. Pugln), Glass Painters, ecclesiastic and domestic Decorators; designs on application. t-tiidio and works lJfi Fourth avenuo, between Kleventn and I'welKli streets, J A1 BARRY'S TKICOPIIKKOUS AL Patronized by the principal families of Asia, Africa, Europe and America, i his excellent srtble is adin:tted to In- the standard preparation lor all purposes connected with the hair. It prevents lis fulling oft, eta licntos scurl, dsn IrufT. Ac., and keeps it in the most beaulluil condition. Its habitual use renders tlx- use ot oil, pomatum or any other preparation quite ?upertlu?ns. It Is richly perfumed with th" tno-tdelicious floral fragrance, find is warranted to cans- new hair to grow on bald piaces. Sold bv all drugging, pertuniers and lane/goods dealers throughout the world. /1ANCF.R CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE OR PAIIf, \J by Profesaerrf. M. COM INK. M. D.. Ii3 KustSRth at Oy.-TKRri?II. KDWARIir, W Jl< 'l,F.S\LR ny.-iTKR Dealer, Norfolk, V*. Ivulerj supplied on favorable terms. ______________________ Fl.KASINU NKWa-TIIAT CONATMI'TION, I?I*< nwf ol tlm Throat, I'UtiKi, Mii/i. ln-hillly and all impcirtaiK I'aHox art* pvrmun<nly cui<vt hy I'r. LKKi ai h..m Fifty urn.i dtrwt. New York. > jlJI or addreM. SLOTB A IA.\KS, KTATIONKRH, ritr/fTKRrt AND Kiank Book MatmfiuTtiirerx, its Kultuu aircut- Blank Kookn made 10 pftlterni UOMKTHINO NKVV IN TOVH AND KAXCY OOODH you arc Miro to find a tlir lurccl and immf arMc'ipm' m'aull^liiiiont In 1I11* line, ui t. li. a. .:If wXji/'S, 7*J Hrondwav, near Mnth iitreut n il' CODORUS STBEI< lull. COMPANY WJtL J contract for all MmI. or Si<t| llrad iltila. ,?T KoroUtU, at vnrlou* mill* throuiduxit tin- country. A|.- I lily u> Ji/ht'l'H H HTriONu, 71 liruadwaj, ui?i Uoor, IrouV I EMBER 14, 1873.?QUADRU1 _ SALBI AT APOTIOT. A J. BLBKCKKK, BOX Jk OU, AUCTION KB RB.? J\, Thursday, September 18, at 11M.. at Exchange Salesroom, 111 Bro.id way (our atorv brown stone high (toop Hiium No. 47 East Twuuty-nlnth sirect, north ttde, between Fourth and Madison avenue*, with all modern conviuieucen, and tlrst class In every respect Haps at auctioneers. No. 77 Cedar stieet A ROIL JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, OFFICE AND t\ salesroom, 37 Nassau street; Horse Auction. 'branch. It to 26 East thirteenth street. THE fcNTlitE CONTENTS OK TWO FRIVATH DWELLINGS, removed to Arch. Johnston's salesroom, 87 Nassau street, at auction on Tuesday, September 11; aiso several very flue spcciaiuus of Wax Works, Ac. Particulars on Tuesday. Auction. auotion. * auction. On Monday morning, September 18, at 10% o'clock, over $U,WJU worth, and over 400 lots t>y catalogue; handsome and genteel Household Furniture at the elegant live story brown stone man-don, 104 East Twenty-ntth street, near Fourth avenae: elegant Parlor Suit* in satiu bri>ca'el and reps, Paintings, Oartalns. Bron/.es. Mirrors, Oari>?ts, Pianoforte, Uodsteads, Bureaus, Waslixtands, Mattresses, Bedding, Tables, Etagcran, Buffet, Extension Table, China, Silverware, i-ervauu' Furniture, Ac. A rare opportunity for housekeepers. see Monday's Herald. ASBIONEK'8 BALE OF CROCKERY, QLA88WARE, Ac.?UENKY LUTZ, Anctloneer, sells Monday, September 15, at IJ o'clock; retailer's stock without reserve. WM. ANDEKBON, 10 College place. A J. BI.EKCKER. HON k CO., AUCTIONEERS? Wednesday, September 17, at 11 M., at Exchange salesroom, 111 Broadway, Executor's tale K?tate of Daniel Marley, deceased?three story brown stonefMousc, 120 Went 47th st, between Oth and 7th ava, and Iratne House 202 WuhI 31th nt, near 7th ar.; On per cent on jnurtgage. Friday, September 19, ten Lots on 118th and 147th Kts.. 12.Yit west of 7th av. boulevard. Map* at Auctioneer*, 77 Cedar street Auction bale-by jerr. jobnson, jr., at no. 39> Fulton street, Brooklyn, September 18, 1473, at 12 o'clock, noon, by virtue of foreclosure of mortgage, by onler o< City Court, of Brooklyn, of a splendid villa sita at Bay Kldge. U I.; beautifully located, fronting on the bay, Ave mluuten from terry and cars: mansion, bathhouse, Ac.; ground 53 /ect by 601 lect; premises can beseen at any time by askiug for Mrs. Smith'* place. $6,000 can remain on bond and mortgage. t?Y J. W oamfiikll .IR ATTflTTnNKER Xj Will ?ell, on (to morrow) Monday, at MS Hudson street, nice lot Household Furniture, elegant English, Brussels and three Ply Carpets, Cottage Furniture, Tables. Marble Top walnut Bureaus, Matting, Muttresses, walnut Frame Mirrors, Haircloth, easy Chair*, walnut Bocker, other Chain. Engraving*, walnut Parlor Suit in rtps, other Furniture. Kitchen Utensils, Crockery. Ac. No reserve, sulu to pay advances; dealers, buyers, specially Invited. By JOSEPI1 HROEMAN A CO.?MONDAY, SFPr. It, at 1 o'clock P. M., at No. Z84 Dean street, between Nevina and Powers, Brooklyn. Two Parlor Suit*, large library Bookcase, Hat Htaud, two Fieuoh plate Pier and two Muntel Mirrors and otUer Furniture: also a I.lhrary of 200 volumes, Blackwood and other Magazines, Law Books, Ac., Ac. BY r. COLTON, AUCTIONKKR. ?EXTRA LARQF, sale of Furniture, Carpels, Pianos, French Plate I'lcr and Mantel Mirrors, over SO Carpels, together wtth a great variety of rich I'arlor, Dining Room and Basement floods, all ot which will be sold on Thursday next. Sept 18, at the auction rooms ft3 Bast Thirteenth street. Details In time, with catalogues. JgDWARD SCUENCK, AUCTIONEER. Mortgage sale of elegant Cabinet Furniture Bv EDWARD SCUENCK, ON TUESDAY, 18TH INST. (and each succeeding Tuesday and Friday, until the entire stock Is disposed oO, at 11 o'clock, an elegant assortment ot the llnest Furniture, of the most modern and uniuue styles of parlor, chamber, dining and hall. In elegant carved walnut rosewood, covered In damask and reps; superb Cenireand Card Tables, and every va1 riety ol stylo of Furniture. 1 The above is now on exhibition and will repay thoae in ; want of fine furniture. To be sold at auction at , ,No. 60 Liberty street. ON TUESDAY. 16th Inst.,at 11 o'clock. JgXECUTOB'd SALE. OLIYEIt BRYAN, Auctioneer, No. lift Broadway, will sell, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway, on Thursday, October 2, l.y order of the executors ot Francis Barretto, dcocasxi. the valuable property known as Barretto's Point, near Port Morris, in the new Twentv tourtli ward of New York, comprising rtft plots or 2.00J lots, with extensive water privileges; a large Mansion and Cottage Residence will be included in thesilc: no belter property is in the market; sale unreservod. Further intorniatiou und maps may be obtained of F. J. BABllRTl'O, 01 Heaver street, or of the Auctioneer, at 115 Broadway. TORANOIS FITZSIMMONS, AUCTIONEER?OFFICE I I'.ill East Fitt v i iirh.h street, will sell on Monday, 15th Inst, at l'l)? o'clock, at southeast corner ot Brooms and l'itt streets, the Lease, Stock and Fixtures of tho O'Reilly House; the stock of Wines am! Liquors is largo Dealers requested to attend. ' HOYT, WHEELER * BRADLEY, Auctioueers, 118 mid 1.0 Church street, Now York. MONDAY, September 16, IH7.H, at 10>i o'clock, Trade Sale 1,003 cases Roots, Shoes and Broentig. We shall oiler at this sale, tor the first time, 20JeaM:sot the celebrated Warwick, Franklin and Farmers' Boots, in Men's, Boys' and Youths' regular and extra si/e*. Henry b. hebts, auctioneer.?household Furniture, Carpew, Furrier's Tool*. Ac., on Monday, September 15, at 1">^ o'clock, at No. 17 East Fourteenth street, comprising velvet and Bru-ssels Carpets, Mattinirs, (las Fixtures. Crockery, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Bedding, ac.: also Furrier's Tools and Forms, Work Benches, Fixtures, Ac. This sale Is worthy the attention of dealers. 18. WEINBKROKR, AUCTIONEER?TUESDAY, . September 16, at 10% o'clock, at 19k Bower.v, trade sale of e6 down fine Wax Dolls, immediately thereafter marshal's sale of four elegant.sets I'arlor Furniture. By or?er of A. Mlrnbaum, City Marshal. Also, for account of whom If may concern, 17 barrels of fine old Bourbon Whiskey aud a general assortment of other Liquors, Cigars, Ac. JERK. JOHNSON, JR., AUCTIONEER. Great partitiou sale of the Peter Clark Estate, The Twenty-third ward of New York by annexation. luO finely located lots in the centre of Mornsunia MONDAY. Sept. 22, 187S, t 12 o'clock M., at tlio Exchange Salesroom, Hi Broadway, Splendid city lot* 011 ISith street, Weschegter, Jackson, Concord and Tliton avenues, 11! minutes (torn Harlem Bridge and ihird avenue, by liorse cars and two steam railroads; 20 minutes IroiQj Forty-second street; Sale positive. Terms easv. For maps and Information apply to Ji.HK. JOHNSON. JR., 21 Park row New York. J ERE. JOHNSON. JR., AUCTIONEER. Grand old Westchester beyond rivalry I Autumn Ke-ttval, I'ete Chain pet re. Protnonntie Concert, Harrison, Collation and Balloon Ascension. Finest Property ever sold at auction in Wastchegter. A prettv Cottage House, 22a Plots and Lots, 011 Broadway, Riverdale, littcua Vista and tlerrlot avenues, the railroad and river, the very heart and creine de la ere me of Yonkers. at unreserved auction. bv order of Dr. Oeorge Herriot, on TUESDaY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1873. Special train will leave Grand Central depot at 11 o'clock, sharp, tor the grounds. seven blocks, extending irom the river and railroad across Riverdale avenue to Broadway, accessible by 22 dully trains to and rrom Kortv-second street, time :t6 minutes; 21 trains to and from Thirtieth street, thne 4? minutes; three morning and two afternoon steamboats, Iodides Albany and Troy packets. Sale unreserved. Titles ported. Printed abstracts of title furnished. Terms?Seventy per tent; three years. For tree tlckcts, limps and information apoly to JERE. JOHNSON, Jr., Auctioneer, No. 21 Park row. New York, or WM. II. BALDWIN, Civil Engineer, Yonkers. JM. GIBSON, W. A. WEEKS, AUCTIONEERS. . Great, absolute, unreserved sale of 110 choice Lota, elegantly located at West lioboken and Xprth Bergen, Hudson county, N. J., on Thursday, September lit, l*7? of I ..VI...-k P V nil It,. i.r.til nrl rain ?r atiino situated on tiie btuutilul heights immediate!v adjoining Jersey City on the north, one mile south of the new Schuet/en i'ark. accessible bv horse and steam cars from the Jersey City and llotioken lerrtes; all the city improvements without the taxes. Thia property offers inducements seldom entailed nnd never surpassed for eligible homestead site*, investments or speculation. Titles perieet, sale absolute and tarms very easy. Collation provided and a magnificent tent for shelter. Kor free excursion tickets, maiis, Ac., apply to J. M. GIBSON, 31 Montgomery street, Jersey City, or WEEKS A CRISsY, corner Hudson and Newark street*, lloboken. ? J. TaMEH M. Mi i lk It will sell, at referee's y sale, at Exchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, on Kridav, 19ih insL, at 12 o'clock noon, that valuable Prop- i ert>, No. 3!) East Eighteenth ftreet, 7Sx?i This property I Is near Broadway, and tli? best plot tor Improvement be- ] tween Union and Madison squares. J^EWIS E. WOOD, AUCTIONEER. Office at the Exchange Salesrooms, 79 Montgomery street, Jersey City. Positive tale of fortv splendid Building Lots, on Highland, De Kalb and West side avenues, Jersey City Heights. LEWIS K. WOOD, Auctioneer. will -mil on TUESDAY, September Id, 1873, at two o'clock P. M., on the ground, forty beautlftll Lots, as above, on the western slope of the hill, on fine avenues, overlooking the llae.kcnsack and I'asssic Rivers, Newark, Orange, the Orange Mountains and th" surrounding country tor miles in extent. Access to aud trotn Iho property is first class, only Ave minutes' walk from Manwn Station, on the Pennaylvsnia Central Railroad ; twenty minutes by horse cars to all the New York terries. Term*?10 per cent on dav or sale, 20 per pent in thirty davn, and the balance, 70 i,er cent, on bond and u.ortjinge for three yearn. f or innpN, trco tickets and ftill pnrtlenlnrs apply to the Auctioneer! LEWIS K. WOOIJ, 79 Montgomery street, Jeraev City. PAWNBROKERS SALK.?MONDAY JAMES AGAR, Auctioneer. will Mil at f>9 New Bowery, in 10 o'clock 400 lota of Men'* and Women'* Clothing and other ?cawin.'tlile ijoikIs, by order ot John .1. Kelly, Kirnt avenue. PAWNBROKER'S HALE.?TUESDAY JAME* AGAR, Auctioneer, will aell at 49 New Howery, 8(10 lota ot Mcnv and Women'* Clothing, Blanket.*, Oultt*, sheota and Cnderelothen, by order ol B. Lery, 615 lludmm *L PAWNBROKER'S SALE-MEM'S CLOTIIINO.-WEDneadav JAMES AtlAK, Auctioneer, will *ell at S9 how Bowery, at 10>J o'clock, MM iota ol Overcoat*, Kroek. Suck anil BuMneaa Coat*, Pantaloon* ami Ycata, by order ot J. l^ery, MlaUl ariBllt. PAWNBROK KR'S HALES.-BY BICIf A ItD KIKLD, Hherlit'aand General Auctioneer. . alenrooni Iff Bowery. I Monday September 14? Me?'? and Women'* Clothing. By order Solomon .-tern, lid Weat l wrnty-aeventh aireet Tuewluv, September U?Men'a add Women'* Clothing, ltv order Henry VcAieenan, IM Eitflith avenue. Wedneaday, September i7?Watehe.* and Jewelry. H.v order Mo?ea Mehrbaeh, i-Bt Grawl Mreet. Iburaday. September 18?Men'a u?id w<)nion:H Clothing. Ity ( rder M. <iluckcman, 17Tspring (.treat. Friday, fapteinber 19?Men'*and woinei? * Clothin*. My or-ler D. Welkin/, ;'?J i.a?f .Broadway N. B.?Aho on Mondny, September 1ft. at II o'clock precia-ly, a i. Tiie mt ot i iirnitiire aud Carpet*,vCofffiaiinx of tfruxaeb. niacin and tlircc-p.y. % PLE SHEET??? r i a AjUt? IT AOCTIOlt. pAWJHBROKBB'8 8ALB.-THURSDAY JAMES AOAR. X Auctioneer, will Mil it 59 New Bowery 400 loti ot Khawi?, Remnants. Underclothes, Blankets, Qui'ta. Sheeta.table Linen, by order of J. A. J?b man, 186 Varlck street. pAWNBROi?gB.s 8ALB-WATCHE8 AND JEWELRY. IT Friday JAMBS AGAR. Auctioneer, will Mil at (ft New Bowery. 008 Iota ofQeld and Silver Watches, Oold and l'lamond Jewelrv, Chains, Silverware. Opera Ulasyee, Guna, Pistols. Musical Instruments and Fancy (loodis by order of SoloroonH, Eighth avenue. PAWNBROKKRS' SALES. "J ^HOH J. McORATH, Auctioneer, iu Chatham it MONDAY?Men's and Women*! Clothing By order of J. L. Frager, *10 Thirty-third street TUESDAY?Men'* and Women's Clothing By order ol N. Stich, Third avenue. WEDNESDAY?Men's and Women'* Moth Inn Tun.aiiVv'i'-i^.rsoS.sr"10' By order of Mum Bros.. Catharine street. FRIDAY?Men's and Women's Clothing. By order ol' f. Free!, Grand street, Wllllamsburc FRIDAY, 26th?vim s and Women's Clothing. Jewelry Ac. By order of P. oanley, DItIsiou street' T1ICHARD WALTERS, AUCTIONEER.?OROOERIK8. , it Marshal's sale. Will s-ll on Monday, at lov^ o'clock, at salesroom 27 Kast Broadway, 18 chests of finest Green aud lilack Teas, Coffees. Winces, Groceries, Pails, Cawj Washing Crystal, bottled LI mors, Ac. dale positive. JOHN T. STEWART, Marshal. RICHAKD WALTERS, AUCTIONEER?*jE WING VAchines?Marshal's Sale.?Will sell Monday, at o'clock, at salesroom, 27 East Broadway, 20 elejant cabinet and hall rase Wheeler A Wilson, Singer, unver A linker. Howe and other tamily and manutsourlng Sewing Machines, warranted in perfect order. Kal; positive. JOHN T. STEWART, Maritial Richard Walters, auctioneer?crockery and Tinware.?Marshal's sale. Will sell Vonday, at 11 o'clock, at salesroom, 27 East Broadway, Casters. Colanders, Copper Pans, Pots, Dishes; coffee, tea and soup Urn?, Tinware, Plates, Pitchers, Ulatsware, Ac. Sale positive. L. QABUE, MarshaL SIMON HERMAN. AUCTIONEER.?AUCTION SALE of flrst clan Wines, Liquors, Champagnes, Cigars, Ac.?Monday, Sept 18, at 1J]< o'clock, at No. IS llowery, the eutire -lock ot a flrst class Llqaor Store?rt*., or about S5 bbis. choice Bourbon and By? WWskevs, various brands and ages: also 22 casks Hrsndies, uin. Ac.; 30 casks I'ort und Sherry Wines; also a largoJot Wines and Liquors in cases, Champagnes, Cigars, Ac. Dealers Invited. ' I JimaiCAiu. AT THE NEW YORK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. No. 6 East Fourteenth street, near Kiltli avenue, NEXT DOOR TO DELMONIUO'S, AND BROOKLYN BRANCH Nos. 102,101 and 106 Court street, near State. ALL BRANCHES of Vocal and Instrumental Mmic, Harmony and Composition, rilocution and Modern Languages, are tuught (privately and in classes) by thu most eminent Professors, ut prices* within the reach of all. Applications should be niado at once to seenre a choice of Jays and hours. SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS OPEN DAY AND EVENING. N. B.?The New York Conservatory is the only chartered Conservatory of Music ic the State, having no branch in this city, ana being entirely distinct from other institutions which imitate its name, evidently with the view of obtaining patronage thereby. I he Arion and Weber pianos are used in tha school. American conservatory of music. Elementary Department, 883 Broadway, near Eighteenth street Normal Department, Kj union square luccaer nros. buiiuiiik;, lormeriy ,1110 National Conservatory rooms. Jersey City branch, K3 Montgomery street (lormeriy lierr Mollenhatier's music rooms. Thorough instruction in all brunches of vocal and initruniental music and modern languages by the most celebrated proiessors, at liberal terms. For particulars ar.d circulars apply to 11. SCHROEDEB, Director. RT ANNOUNCEMENT. THE NATIONAL AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF MUSIC AND OTIIKR LIBERAL ARTS. This University has been chartered by special act of Legislature and hasrecnived the signature of the Governor. The Charier bold* the institution strictly accountable to the Mate, and demands a yearly report to be made to the Secretary ot the State of New York of its financial condition, the number of its pupils, teachers, scholarships, decrees, Ac. Kead the prospectus, and aid in thepood work which, having been initiated, should not stop until it has Accomplished its glorious mission. Full particulars, with synopsis ot Charter, can be obtained at 92 Clinton place, or Prospectus mailed upon application. J. JAY WATSON, President Dr. o. R. Gboss, Fecretary. A CARD. The National Conservatory of M itslc uorineriy at No. S3 Union square) lias been incorporated In the New York Conservatory of Music, No. 5 East Kourtoentli street, near Filth avenue, next door to Delmonlco's. Patrons will please make early application. All free and select sinoino classes ok the Orphcon Choral society (twelith yeari reopen October 1. Adults?Wednesday, at 3>? and .1 o'clock, at Alexander Rooms, No. 7 King street, near Varlck. Boys? Friday and Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, at 8 Augustine's, .'62 Bowery. Select Ladies' C a<s?Monday, at .'?>?, and "Kody of Readers" (Madrigal Club), at 8 o'clock, at fc.t. Ann's, No. 7 West Eighteenth street. WM. Bl'i'i.KK DUNCAN, President Jerome Hopkins, Secretury, care Dltson, 711 Broadway. A?uallam's musical academy, 12 union . squire.?Tliorongli instruction In piano, violin, organ, singing, harmony; vocal and string quartets now forming lor practice In parts; private or class lessons, under Air. Ilullum's tuition or supervision. AYOUNO LADY, EXPERIENCED TEACHER OF music, piano and singing, desires a lew more pupils; she spealis French, Spanish and Italian; best eity references. Address MUSICAL, care of Professor Parraln, 24 West Fourteenth street. AYOI.NO MAN, WHO IS A GOOD PIANIST AND speaks several languages, wishes a situation In a music store or piano ware room. Audros WEST, box 133 licraUl Uptown Branch office. A GOOD CONTRALTO DESIRES A POSITION IN A quartet cboir; is familiar with Episcopal service. Also a line Piano tor sale or to rent. Address MUSIC, 58 West Washington place. AYOUNO LADY WITH A FULL CONTRALTO voice wishes an engagement in a church. For particulars enquire ol Mrs. Seguin, 154 West 21st 8t AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER OK THE PIANO will give lessons at $8 per quarter, at Sl:i West Nineteenth street, a lew doors wesi ol i.ighth avenue. A PURE AND FLEXIBLE SOPRANO. FIRST CLASS reader, desires a situation In a church in New York or Brooklyn, Address (\ K.. 620 Carlton avM brookiyn, or call on Signor KRRANI, 323 t astMthst A FIRST CLASS TEACHER OF ABILITY. LATELY arrived trom Europe, will give piano and singing lessons at pupil's residence ill the eity: terms $15 per quarter. Andreas I'BOFKsSOK, box 138 Herald Uptown branch officio. A SITUATION WANTEO-AS SOPRANO, IN A J\ Protesiant church. Call on or address SOPRANI), WilloughSv Kt., Itroiiklvn. AStTl'ATION AS ORGANIST IN A ROMAN CATHoli? church is desired by a lady of practical experience, who can turnish satisiactory reference*. Address E. DE M., 48 West Kifty-fourth street. AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER OF MUSIC HA9 A vacancy for a tew more pupils; term* moderate. Address MUSICAL, 751 Broadway, care of Wll'lam Uall A Son. A CONTRALTO, TENOR AND PIANIST WANTED tor a small opera company. Call at Weber's Piano Store lor address of manager. AYOUNO LADY, WITH FULL MEZZO SOPRANO voice, desires to connect herself with a choir. Address W. L. M., 268 West Twenty-flfth street A PIANIST, STRANGER IN CITY, COULD BE ENgaged for a first class dancing school; familiar with its requirements: excellent time and memory. D. 11. SCUDDhR, 301 West Twenty-second strcet._ A-SIUNORA MURIO-CELLI WILL RESUME HER . private lesions and classes in Singing on the 15th September, at her residence, 78 West Forty-eighth street 1 nP.VTr.KHAK WITH TRNOR VOICE. WISHES TO I A become a member of an hpi?copal church choir in i the city; he nu previously * member of auch in Europe. Address TENOR1. box 167 Herald office. AI.ADY, SUCCESSFUL, PAINSTAKING AND CONscicntious, will give piano lesions at her own or pupil'* residence it desired; terms moderate ; highest references. Call on or address MUSIC TEACHER, l!64 Hleeckcr streut. A GENTLEMAN W ILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON the pianoforte at pupil's residence for $10 per quarter.; uest references given. Address, with residence. TEACHER, box 120 Herald Uptown Branch office, Broadway. A GENTLEMAN TEACHER OF THE PIANO AND Spanish will give lessons at pupll'e residence; terms moderate. Addre^ A. K.. box 4,ti?S Cost office. A TENOR DESIRES A POSITION IN SOME PROTestant choir. New York or Brooklyn. Address T. EN., box 4,301 Post office. A GENTLEMAN OIVES PIANO AND SINGING lessons at his residence, or at the pupil's, (or $9 and $1.1 per month. Address PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, 107 West Twenty third street ANTONIO PAKAVALLl, TENOR SINOER FROM Italian Opera, teaches Piano and Staving at U7 West Twenty .seventh street, near Sixth avenue; terms moderate. A?W. T. MEIR RESPECTFULLY INFORMS III* triends and the public that he will resume tils lessons in Singing on Monday, September 15. Address U University place. A FIRST CLASS SOPRANO, RECOMMENDED BT ktrnltno/ li twwilinil f?hlir**h AUif CiMlCirll. Addrem /ftl Broadway, 1J?11 ~ muilc store. Ai.auy possessing cultivatkd soprano rotee and a irooil reader deairea a position in church choir at moderate salary. AddrcM K. A. P., Herald Uptown n ranch office. ASOPHANO. w7th a kul.u well ccltivatoil voice, dos.ros a position in a church; if a lair reader. Addreas O. T., Herald Uptown Bram-li office. Banjo taught by frank b. convrrrp..? 1 .adiea and gentlemen taught practically and prepared lor the Mtaue If desired; references. w. A. Pond a Oh., f. T. Gordon, Henry tucker and the nroicsaion generally. Ad lre? INTi.KNATIoNALi BUREAU OK AUT, 4 I iiiverslty place. CIOLI.KGK OF MU9IO, MO. 1 WK8T FOURTEP.NTH J ?treet, next to Kltth avenue.?Btgnor ALBITKH and Mine. liA/ZANIGA. instructors in all branches of simiin*, according to the purest Italian methods commencement bvpteinbcr 16. ______________ C- ionhkrvatort of music, ) No M Kant fourteenth (treat, naar Union square. Superior Instruction In Hinging, Piano, Made, harmony and Modern language*. .special ailvantagei lor pnplla preparing to be teacher*. V. A. OKRLAUH, Director. /UUX-lDliOUn-UM WATION Has KKNUMKD I I'rlvatc Musical instruction at Iter re?ldenoi? IU ' Union Mitcc; Piano, organ, Guitar. Nln^hi*: private rooms uu I instrument* Jor practice; ulrcuian mailed. | '** * ' > HVHOAL. _ CARD.? 8INQINO AND PIANOFORTE LllgONH IN ' New York and Brooklyn.-JlYoieeac*' UILL(!?u? arrived from Europe), ?no ban made tie human voice his particular studv, five* particular attention to ita development in tralnArt enabling hw pupiia to eing with eaiie to themselves a4<l Dleaaure to tnose who listen thcorrecl reading ol We poetry, together with distinct pronunciation, alao uynia part of hi a careful teaching; term* by timu One h<nr, $3; 4tin , 20m., $L AddreaaMl Second avenue, -orucr of Thirtieth street. FR. BKMMJ:RTZ, 144 EAST THIRTIETH informants pupil* ana friends that he will m?n^ h|? Privatei>fc?sons in Singing and Munic on the JBUt of September C^IRABD COLLEGE OP MUBIC, 1ST BROADWAY.? X Pavate Instruction In all branches of mnsic, f 10 per qusrtef. Special attention called to our vocal uKtiartniffit Liberal arrangements maae with good voices. VUlin classes nowiormlug. "INSTRUCTION ON PIANQ, ?3 A MONTH. w1tb J dally practice. 22S Eigbth avenue, between Twtntrlrst and Twenty second streets. Pupils attended at their own rot Hence for $8 a quarter. M. SCHWAR7., TEACHER ON THK VIOLIN: FOB particulars inquire at bis residence, No. 95 Second avenue. Mme. a. ronooni-manata begs to ivfor* her friends and acquaintances that the resumed her course of private lessons in Sinking on the loth lust Circulars and address at all muale stores. Marco duschnitz. . at nil resldance, U University place. Mrs. mulleitner nas resumed iikr instruction in Piano, Singing, Zither, French and German. Andres* 813 Third avenue, between Twenty-fifth and Tweiity-sUth street^ MUSIC.?$3 PER MONTH OR $S PER QUARTER lor Instruction on the piano, with daily practlcei pupils rapidly advanced. At SOO West Thlrtv-tilxlh street, corner Eighth avenue. PROFESSOR PUTNAM-CRAMER 18 READY TO BBsame bis musical instruction in Singing, Piano and Organ, either at pupils' or bis own residence. 418 East Eighty-ninth street Terms *20 and $28. SIC nor TAMARO BEOS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS and pupils that he is prepared to receiv* applications tor lessons in Binglng, at bis residence. No. 00 Third avenue. ST. STEPHEN'S MUSICAL ASSOCIATION MEETd for rehearsal every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at 64 Madison avenue, Ladies ana gentlemen deairons of becoming members may apply there. The object <h the association is to cultivate the music of the moss and vesper s?irvice ot the Catholic Church. SIONOR EJtRANI HAS COMMENCED HIS FALfi term of Singing lessons at his reiidenoe, 323 East Fourteenth streei. SR. EMI LIU AORAMONTK WILL RESUME HIS LEa sous in Singing on Monday, 231 Inst, at his rooms. 83 Filth avenue. rnHK NEW york conservatory X Orchestral School will recommence October 1, 1873. The great success attending this enterprise last ?MM has induced the directors ot the Conservatory to connect with the Orchestral School a Choral Society. All those desiriu>f to become members ot either <fr at both societies will please make enrly application (a* the number must be limited) at the New York Conservatory office. No. 8 Eiist Fourteenth street, near Fifth e^enoe. / THE MISSES SLOMAN INFORM THEIR FRIENDS and patrons that they have removed to 63 West Thirty-fifth street, und will resume their professional duties Monday, September 15. WANTED-BY TWO SOPRANOS, POSITIONS IN Jtchoir; good readers; aocustoinea ta church music, Address K. A., Herald Uptown Brunch onk'K. WANTED-SECOND HAND PIANOFORTE, NOT more than three years old. ol city make; rauat be In perfect order; warranted; cash customer from (160 ts ?50. Address, tor three days, Miss M. MACOREUOS,.S7j vciith avenue. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. A~ NTIION MEMORIAL CHURCH, FORTY-EIOHTI1 street, west of Sixth avenue. Rev. R. Heber Nowton, rector. Services at lu^ a. M. and -6 P. M. Tho rectut will preach. ALL 8AINTS CHURCH, CORNER HENRY AND Scanuncl streets, Rev. William W. Dunnell. rector. Divine service every Sunday at A. M. and 7%. P. M. Seats all free. Broadway tabernacle church.?the pahtor, Rev. William M. Taylor, D. D., will prcach oc tsnnaay, eepteinoer ik. oervires ui a. iu. auu ix| P. M. Brooklyn tabernacle. Rev. T. Do Witt Talmage, Academy ut Music. Brooklyn. -Regular church service will be held to-day and hercaitrr, in the morning at 10:3i>. evening at 7::??. Beats free I'lio Acadeuiy of Music will be occupied until the completion of the new Tabernacle, which will be ready in November. FREDRICK BAKER, Clerk. CCOSMOPOLITAN CONFERENCE, 60 EAST FOURTH J street, at S. Leander Thompson will lecture on "A-. Political Platform lor the Victims of Monopoly and OpDrcnion." Subsequent debate open to stranger*.. Church ok the messiah, park avenub, cor. ncr Thirty-fourth street, Regular morning servics 11A.M. Rev. Henry I'owers will preach. ___ (Church ok the disciim.es, madison avenub, J corner of Forty-flflh street.?Rev. Geo. H. llepwortt trendies to-ilay. Mornlnd subiect?'"Christ's Wonderful ove for Us." Kveiiiiw subiect?"In What Way Christ It Our Example." Sabbath school and Bible class at 3l C1hurch of the resurrection, eighty-fifth: ' street, between Lexington and Third aveiuiea ?Divine tervlce by the rector, Rev. Or. Flagg, morning and evening. Sunday school at 2>* P. M. , Harlem u.vitv chapel, wjth street and Fourth avenue.?Rev. W. T. Clarke proachcs this morning on the "Use* and Abuses of Church-Going." The public cordially invited. Monthly concert of the mornino stab* Sunday School, 169 West Twenty sixth street, neui .Seventh avenue, at 2% P M. Service of song, liall an hour exercises by children. Addresses by prominent speakers. North Presbyterian church.?the pastor, the Rev. S. B. Rossiter, will preach in thia church, corner Ninth avenue and Thirty-first street, Sabbaih morning, and evening at 7o'clock.. bw york port society.-preachino in tub Mariners' church, corner of Madison and Cfttharina streets, at 10:4.1a. M. and at 7:4 P. M., by the paster, Rev. e. D. Murphy. Subiect tor mornlna?r"The Sailor; What Has Been Done, and What is Now Being Don* toi Hls Spiritual Wellare." _____________ T?EV. WAYLAND~IIOYT. PASTOR. WILL PREACH JtV in the T.i*>ernaci? Baptist church, Second avenue and Tenth street, next Sunday. at IO%A. M. and 7V P. M. j-ubiect (or evening sermon, "our True Troatnunt of Providential Mysicry." REV." J." F. M'CLELLAND, PASTOR 8T. LUKK'S Methodist Episcopal church, Forty first street, near Sixth avenue, mil preach Sunday, at 10% A. M. Subject, "The Mission of the Pulpit." R" EvTjOHN K. COOtvMAN, PASTOR FREE TABfiftnacle of tne Methodist Episcopal Church, Thirtytovrth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, will preach Sunday, at 10% A. M. and T\ P. M. Seat* free; the public welcome. Rev. gkorgk m'campbell, pastor, will oo? cupy his pulpit, Spring Street Presbyterian church, at 10% o'clock (his morning. EV, STK1M1K.V lTrVNU, Jll" WILL PREACH ON Sundav, ut 10% A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M.. in the temporary Church o( the Holy Trinity, Madison avenue and But Fort.v-sexenth streot. Rev. ,t m. atwoodT fifth umvf.rsaLTst Church. Plimpton Huildlng, Ninth street near Third avenue.?TliW morning, at 11, review of Deecber ou "Future Punishment." Cl'RINO STREET PRESBYTERIAN CIIUBC& O Rev. George McCampliell, pastor, will preach at 10% o'clock A. M. Sabhath morning. STRING SI'KKE'I, NKAK VAR1CK. ST. mahk'h CHURCH, CORNER SECOND avknuk and Tenth street. Rev. J. U. Ryluucc, D. D., rector. Services at A. M. and 7% P. M, _____ SEAMEN'S MISSION, NO. 3?5 WEST STREET, BEtween Lerov an<l Morton street*. The Re?. 8. W. Allen, M. A., Rural Dean, rector of Cavan, Canada, willl nre.arh. I). V.. In the chauel ol this M ission tills day. At Si), o'clock P. M. All are invited to attend. ' Temple anshi chesed, corner Lexington avenue ami .Sixty third street A limited number of Pew? in tins Temple will b? offered lor ssle on Sumlav. September 14, at # o'clock A. M. The nominal value of the Pew* has been no arranged : as to enable all c!?*ses to purchaso and become members. rpHE church OF TIIK NEW JERUSALEM, O.V 1 Thirty-filth tireet, oetween Park and Lexington avenues. is open for worship every Similar morning, at 11 o'clock. Snblect to-day?"Touching tho Hem of the Lord's Garment." WE8TMINSTKR PRESBYTKRIA* CHURCH. WEST Twcnt?-socond street, between Sixth and Seventh) venues.- Preaclung by the pastor, Rev. J. K. Demurest, morning at 111 :'M\ evening at 7 :U- strangers welcome. ^ M>A.\ OFKtCKS. AT 77 BLEKCKER STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, UP" stairs.? Highest cash advances on Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry, Plant*. Ac., or bought; Pawnbrokers" Tickets bought at 77 Bleccker streeu AT 787 BROADWAY, CORNER OK NINTH STREET. Money liberally advanced on Diamond* Watchcsu Jewelry. India Miawls, Milks, Ac. -, the same bought andt sold; private office tor ladies. P. B. PAGE. A J. jackson no. 56 west thirty PIR *' . street, late 90 Prince street, advances monev lib- 4 erallr on Diamonds Wutches, Jewelry, 4c., ?o. Privato entrance for ladles. ? Kf\ S? THl HTHkNTH STRKKT. VKAJl IIAiVktJ. J\. way?I pay the highest price !or Diamonds, Watche Jewelry; advance oil the same. I.sAAOst, Diamoiiti Broker, KT I htrieenth street, near Broadway. A vol'mo maw of 25 w1hiie8 to LKAKN THU loan business; will advanoc capital to the rignt party alter satislactory investigation. Addrcsa OPIw.X. Hi raJJ office. * A DVANOKS MADE FItOM *2.NX) OP TO ANY , J\ amount on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverpi.ite. fine Laces, camel's hair Shawls, article# of virtuand on stocks o: goods lu (tores, at JOSEPH SOLOMON'.". Auctioneer, 134 miton, u?ar Nassau street. EaUtitlabcd. 18IV3. 8c hahla esparioi, MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, watcher Jewelry and Hllrerware, and tt?e same kauiht. O. C. ALI.KN.M1 Broadway, near Fonrt?nth St. JQ na8naij SIHKKT, OPPOSITE PO-?T OMTUIE.? itij li1kt.ii ndanccs made on Diamond a, Watches^ Jewelry and all Mnds ol Merchandise. Tha MMbMUblL and sold. Room 1. MY MAN LKUCUtU. 1 <><il broad wat.?liberal advances madb. I.mUI on personal property or all klnda; IHa*n?n<l*? Watchea, Je#eiry, Ac., bought.and told; pnwau entranoe: no rtgim, pull lower nell. 1.MI Broadway, b?~ . tween Thirjr-fir*t and Thirty-second street*. 1 7 BROADWAY, OVER HERALD BRANCH I.ZOi office, room B.?Parlor lor ladioa. Hraocta 1,307 Broad ?vajr. Money loaiiti) on Diamonds, Watcher ' I Jewelry, Ac. Vanie boughtaud sold. Ll.HJXl BROA.