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AMUHEMKWTS.
Theatre comiquk. om broad* y
Mr JOSH !! \l:T 1 Vi1,"
Colonel! ALLSfU.N .Manage
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THE BEST ?PECIALTV '111 1 TUB IN TUE WORLD
IS THE
COL L.N I A . '' I'UEGM.
THE BEST PERFORM YN'CS
THAT WAS EVER BEFORE
WITNESSED AT
ANY "I'. I Kit ESTABLISHMENT
ON TUB
FACE OF TUE GLOBE.
READ AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
THE STRONGEST ATTRACTION
l.\ I K COM I VI HATED ON ANY STAGE,
EVERY ACT BEING Alt I IS I'll!
TO THE EXTREME
AND FREE FROM ALL VULGARITY.
No .me should absent themselves for fear of any Immodest
remarks. Tim moet -ensitlv.. lady can with the greatest pro
priety listen to plaiutlve ditties, i nji y the Kthlopianlsins,
iiiiii.li at the wonderful Impersonation*. go into ucataclea
ever the eiiigiu < ami leu re q.| i r uud wiser after a viail to
this eatal lishmi ut than at anv other
SI'ECI.VLTY THEATRE Is THE WORLD.
<? -<s>
it V
Appear
week,
a new
this
Mm
pleee.
MR. JAMES RICKEY, _
MASTER HAKNKV. fc'zSS wATirn
Barney AND RICKEY, world.
RICKEY AND BARNEY',
The entertainments of this couple are instlnet with ho
nor, aud are never permitted to degenerate int . vnlgarity.
The effectiveness of their laughable sayings and doings is
on. equalled by the arli-t ie ability and finished acting each
contribute toward us attainment.
THEN COMES EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE,
li VERY
Yt ^KERNELL. ^
I HE GREAT IRISH COMEDIAN,
wimse verv appoarauce on the stage convalaes the audience
with laughter.
SCHOOLCRAFT AND COF.S
will appear In smue of their truly wonderful nrid original
apecialtiea. Their acts must be seen?description fails to
convey an idea ol' their sparkling WIT, HI MOR uud MER
RIMENT Their inexhaustible stock of Ethiopian Fannys
Isms stumps tl.cn as thorough artist, and attractive cards.
VISE LULU DELMAY,
the Queen of Serlo-Comle Songs.
Reappearance of the verv clever Vocalist,
Alias NELLY ST. JOHN.
Mr JOHN WILD, Mr. JOHN AI.LEN,
in new acts and will appear in
txcru iatii. v lunny In- German and
i.tliiopauiHins. Ethiopian sketches.
Each evening and matinee performance, concluding with a
new local Drama, by G L Stunt, founded upon the little
unpleasantness down atuung our Eastern folk, called
FALL RIVER;
i 'it,
THE COTTON SPINNERS' STRIKE.
John Martin, a poor cotton -; inner ou strike
Mr. GEO. MADDUX
Earn Wiley Air. JOHN WILD
Mr. MaydevkldMiiamond broker Mr. GEO CiiKS
Daddy N.iati. a lapidary Mi D. II. KELLY'
Edward Noah Mr. J F CROsHIN
loo Jurgers, an escaped convict Mr. J A. lilt \v lilt
Yl rs. J a gors, Joe's mot Uer ALss AN N11 GLK N N
Colonel i.ee Mr. J OILS BRADLEY
Mr. Belmont Air. G L. sToUT
Dflicer* Mi isrs.JuM Sand LEWIS
Ruth Martin Miss MAK1E GOKEN'KLO
Grace Belmont .Miss MaNNaU BIRCH
Mr-., i'riiu. a boarding mistress Miss MARIE STI ART
MATINEES \V EDNESDAY uud SAIL RDAY, U o'clock.
"yyALLACK S.
Proprietor and Manager Air. LESTER WALLACE
This Theatre,
THOROUGHLY REN11\ AT ED AND REDECORATED,
will open for the
WINTER
FALL AND WINTER SEASON* OF 1S75-7#
TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 5,
Whan will be presented lor the
FIRST TIME AT THIS HOUSB
an original
COMEDY iilt.tMA,
In three acta, by Tom Taylor, Esq . entitled tha
OVERLAND ROUTE
The SCENERY', entirely new, by Messrs. J. CLARE,
MA1T MORGAN and 11. ISHEKWOOD.
The MEi It AN It Al. A 1*1*1.1 YNi'KS, unprecedented In In
genuity uud vitrei, by Alessrs DUNNE and Ut'Tl.KR
OVERTURE uud INCIDENTAL MUSIC composed and
arranged by Air. T HUS. BAKER,
Tbo I-UKNil l HI. AND APPOINTMENTS, aU new, by
Ur F. DoKKlNl. TON
The CA&T will include noariy every member of the Com
pany.
c
HESTNU'r STREET THEATRE, PHILADELPHIA.
William D. Uemmlll, J. Fred. Scott and F. F. Mackay,
Managers.
Tlilrd week of
OUR BOTE
OUR BOYE
OUR BOYE
Every evening and Saturday Matinee until further nonce.
RAND'CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC OF TILE CITY
OF NEW YORE
The Director of the GRAND CONSERVATORY takes
pleasure In announcing that ho is piakiug arrangements
with the PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY of New York for the
formation of a GRAND CHORAL SOCIETY, which wUl
interpret the great Choral Yiurksof the old and modern
masters at the regular Concerts of tha PHILIlARMONIO
SOCIETY throughout the sou uu.
The ehief cause of the lnilure of the numerous choral
trganiiatlona that have hitherto existed in New Y'ork has
been the enormous expense under which they have been for
a conductor, a rehearse ? all and tha orchestral accompani
ment. All these the Director .ftho GRAND CONSERVA*
Toi'.Y will furnish. The grand Hall ol the Conservatory, No.
I id Fifth avenue, cannot l.e surpassed 'or the purposes of
rei ori.i ^ large i 'hi.rus, and Air GEOKUE K. BKi - i < i\V,
perhaps the mo-: able leader - I a chorus to-day in America,
h..- bee it ? a rsg* o i. - conduct r.
When such I NaT 11 I! as the GRAND CONSERVA
TliKl the most miccessful made school in the country, anil
the PHILHARMONIC .-Ol lETY, tiie oldest, most lanious
and nni-t prosperous of all the instrumental organisations of
our land, unite m the for.nation and direction of a Choral
Society, the result is rertaiu to be the GREATEST SUC
CEaa.
The nnmber of voices Is limited to 500, and early applica
tion lor mi'inherahip will hu necessary, as the ranks are
rapidly filling up
The Society will sing at Its first Concert, during the present
season, MENDELSSOHN'S AlllALiE. in conjunction with
tie- FlilLliARMUNlG SOCIETY, at the AGADEA1Y OF
Ml'810.
Applications for membership should he addressed to the
SECRETARY OF THE CONSERVATORY, No 113 Fifth
avenue, of whotu all further information may be had.
STEIN"WAY HALL. STERLING.
MME. ANTOINETTE STERLING'S
GRAND CONCERT.
Her first appearance in New Yora sines bar return bom
Europe.
THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 7.
Assisting artists?Quartet from the English Glee Club of
New York.
Alls- Henrietta Beebe. soprano.
Miss Louise Finch, contralto.
Mr. J. K Niisen, tenor.
Mr. G. E. Aiken. bass.
Mr E. B. Mills, pianist.
Mr. George W. Colby, Musical Director.
ADM Do I ON $1.
Reserved seats, S0?. and #1 extra, according to location.
s< " .,1 .. us wdl commence Monday morning, October t.
a: -te nwny Halt, Scuii mer'a, 701 Broadway, and Uullman a,
II I ^roadway.
(SCIENCE SAMMY
IN AND
HI iry BPUNslK.
JUST 1B8UKD
THE DANCE OF SOCIETY,
By Vt ilii tm B De Uurmo.
For sale by William A. Food A Co.,
"fit" Broadway.
4 GRAND si C? ESS?THE SELECT SOCIABLES
J\ every Wedm ?duy evening al I'lnriptrm's Building,
htuyvesant si. i ,.iufU streei- Ydmiesion, 5lic.
COLE A MORRIS, Managers.
pEMK.NNIYL Ml K HALL.'BJI SIXTH AVENUE,
" ?'?*ei ;. Ill ' -nth Slid t rty seventh (treats? Sunday,
th tone? t. Sa rt. Hongs ol the n t rated Tyrol
Company, 'Smith," besides otl r artit* Admiifdon tree.
All are im iteil I'll, 11. KRAI I II.
VI" II POPE,
v I . Actor and
Klocution -t
ID III. IIALL,
Sixth avenue.
Re i-rvoir a t. 11?' o.
Address or call.
10 A M. or 7 V. M.
?'DM VIE NCI MKNT OK REGULAR
soat??? I,Yi.lt; IIALL, with a line
bl A .i lot proper rehearsal*.
. Kr icth-. iustrnc ion In
DRAMATH Aid, El.oi'UI ION', AC.,
to.ad.i ioi l itlemen preparing
fori'l'J THEaTRH M.S. PAID
Loll ItEt ITAl IONS or the hi AGE.
row OPEN.
ruRTY-FOURTH GRAND ATIoNAL EXHIBITION
of the
AMERICAN INSTITUTE.
Second and Third avs. sud sixty-third and Sixty-fourth at*
WONDERFUL MACHINES! SPLENDID PRODUCTSI
Admission, 50 coats; Children, cent*
_ FENCER'S t'LN'TRAL Park GARDEN. LATE
Thorns , to lot lor ...die, concerts, ho tures, Ac. App.y
to A. K SPENCER, JI3 Broadway.
s
TITfRN.,'CONCERT*?THE BEST HEATS For THE
first tour perloriuauoes at the ticket othue, .id Union
?qu a r a
BiNJii AND GUITAR TA! GUT BY HENRY C. Dor.
St in, lit" Row.rv , s.sii all style* ol DeueiO| for the
minstrel and variety stage . banjos lurnithsd Iras for prac
A
LARGE PLOT OF GROUND, WITH TENT. OFFICE,
. .at mil g | titration, centrally located, to let; iin
diets ^ (**??. U, Address CIRCUS, Herald Uptown
median
fcse.b
AMISRMKXTS.
OCTOBES
AT
l'lopwui foe the openlonConcert.
TO-MORROW (MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4,
H o'clock.
The tit!ens concert* October 4.
Froirraiiuue " ' ~
-MORROW (MONDA
TAKft
L Overtrrg?"Pre ?ut deriV' ...Hireld
l'? tall orchestra.
2. Duo?' YY illlsm Toll1' ... ..Rossini
Si?uorsB) ( HoFF end OKLANDINI.
3. Solo \ iohuu? i uutu I 1 "Fattst" Wieuiawekl
Noun. SRI RET.
4. Grand Arln?"Ocr I .? i-.-hou". Wetter
Mile. ?11:. HJ\ TIT! EN'S.
3. Concerto m 1. But, Op 7 I "A.M.i : .in, Rondo".Beethoven
Mo..- Alt VllKl.i. v. OoDDARD,
tt. "Le* Uauieaux"?"CanA.u.i 1 Oouootl
Siruur iiULa.NUINI.
7. "Willi Verdure Clad "Tli.- On _.....ll?y<lu
Mile. THERE -A I I HENS.
i-Ai.r II.
1. "Funeral March of a Marionette" Oouood
Hindi--.I .? h.r Orchestra?First time in America.
2. English Ballade?
By Miee A. RANDALL.
A Fantasia?I'laao ..a themes .1 "Don iiiovauni". .TbnlberK
By Mule. AKAB1.LLA tiODDAKD.
4. L'Ardila?"lirnndo Valeo" .Arditl
By Mile THERESA TUTENS.
5. Solo vluliuo?"I l'alpiti" Faaanini
M-us. E. SAL'BET.
i 6. Aria?1"William Tell" Rossini
Mr. ALEXANDER Bl.SCilOEE,
| 7. Duo, froin "Favorite' Douizettl
Jl^s A. RANDALL and Signer OULANI'INI.
Musical Director MAX MARKTZBK I
Pimm Aucotuo.'iiiit. GEORGE W. I'uLllY ;
YY E DNESD AY EVEN I NO. Oct obi-r t. -Second Concert.
FRIDAY EVENING. October s-Thlrd Concert,
j SATURDAY, October 9?Grand Matinee
(iciicr.il adiui.-slon, SI ; admission t-. second balcony, 50
cents; rc-crved scut . #2 and S '. according to location; soo
uud balcony reserved sours ut $1 uncli.
J^LADLMY uF Ml .ill'
w acute: l.
GRAND 01'ERA SEASON.
OPENING "mc.IIT,
MONDAY OCTOBER IS, 1*75.
Su.iacriutlhns will be received
at the office ol tlio Ac.nl. inv of Music daily, from 9 to 3
??'clock.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICES
| for the season of 20 nights:?Boxes, $3U0, $240 and $200. ;
; Ke*crvt?ii zeuts,
J'LD'I.S Fori SINGLE BIGHT*
Boxes, $20. $15 mid $10.
, General admission, $1.
? Reserved seats, $1 or $2 extra.
FamUy Circle. 5U cents Reserved seats, do., 50 centa
pILMORE'S CONCERT GARDEN.
\JT (late Hippodrome).
P. a* GILMORE Director
This delightful musical resort still the centre of attraction.
THE GREAT CORNET SOLOIST, LEVY,
creates a furore overy evening.
THE YOUNG APOLLO CLUB
have made a dt- ..Jed hit, rccciviug a treble encore every
evening.
By general desire,
LISZT'S BHAPSODIE llO.NGR0I.SE NO. 2,
one of the most difficult and classical compositions ever
piayeu by a military hand, will be retained in the pro
gramme this wi'i'k. It> iMiotorlv T'crib. ttiance by
GILMORE S MAGNIFICENT BAND
OF ONE JI UN bit lib PEG FORM KKS
has won l??r th'? organization unqualified nrnise from the
most eminent musicians and musical critic*.
In addition to the numerous musical attractions presented
each evouiug, the popular and favorite ?|?ruuo,
Mme. MARIE SALVOTil,
will appear to night and every evouiug during the week.
AKlirCKLE, the eminent Cornet Player, will appoar in
one of his nio*t effective solos to-nEdit.
MAGNIFICENT PROGRAMME FOR
THIS (SI NDAY) EVENING, OCTOBER J, 1875.
1. Overture, "Tannhatisi r * Wagner
2. Grand fantasie. "A Summer bay in Norway"...Willuiers
?. Solo for trombone, *' Air Vario," Letsch
Mr. F. Letsch.
4. Piauo solo, "Lucia di Lannuerinoor" ...Prudent
Miss Sophia Flora licilbron.
5. Comet solo, "Tautum Ergo" ....Mercandante
Mr. M. Arbuckle.
?. In flam mat us from the "Stabat Mater" ???_????.. Rossini
Miue. Marie Salvotti.
7. Rhapsodie Hongrome. No. 2 Liszt
Arranged bv Mr. R. Schmelz.
The most difficult composition ever played by any military
band.
8. Part song, "Orn pro nobi^' J. L. 11 at ton
The Young Apollo Club.
8. Cornet Solo?Aria from "Robert le Liable"...Meyerbeer
Mr. J. LEW.
10 Praver from "Mote* In Egypt" Rossini
1L Haiieiujali Chorus Irom the "Messiah" Jiaudel
CHORAL?'OLD I! U.s'DRKD."
ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS.
Private lloxes. admitting lour, $3.
In rehearsal a splendid selection from Yerdi't "Aida," also
Letolfs grand overture "Robespierre," its flat production
by a military band.
Bowery theater.
MONDAY, October 4, Mr. E. T. STETSON,
in his new sensational drama entitled
BEGGARS ON HORSEBACK,
replete with new scenery, new costumes, and powerful me- 1
chanical effects. Revival of the screaming farce
DEAD SHOT. I
Kellogg English opera at booth's.
THE SALE OF RESERVED SEATS COMMENCES
TO MORROW (MONDAY; MORNING, AT 8 O'CLOCK.
PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AC.
A ?FOR RENT?UPRIGHT. SQUARE AND GRAND
J.V ? Piano* of our own iiihku ; ulso !or sale and rent a num
ber ot hue second hand Plan >*. in nertect order WILLIAM
KN'ABE g CO., No. 112 Filth avenue, above Sixteenths
4 ?A.?ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF PURCHASING
l\? a genuine second hand Stein way A Sons Piano are
invited to call at the warerooms of Mcssra. STEINVVAY A
SONS, where a Quo assortment of Stein way. Pianos, ail in
perfect condition and some ot them nearly new, is constantly
on haud; also second baud Pianos ot other makers.
Attempts are constantly made in this city and elsewhere to
sell inferior pianos with our name on. or a name spelled so
similar that many people do not notice the difference and
purchase the spurious and often totally worthless instrument
for a genuine Steiuway Piano, if persons, before purchas
ing such instrument, will take the number of same and call
on STEIN WAY *t SONS it can nt once be ascertained
whether Ah* instrument is a genuine Steinway piano or a
forgery. STEINWAY A SONS, Stsinway Hall;
107-111 East Fourteenth street. New York.
A
LARGE STOCK OF FIRST CLASS UPRIGHT AND
square Piano* and Organs; Inducetn nts for cash, on in-.
neiita and lor teuL S. X. BALL .v CO.,
15 East Fourteenth street.
AT HAINK8 BROS.' PIANOFORTE WAKEKOOMS
J\ and maniifactory, comer Twenty-flr*t street and Sec
ond avenue, u tine unsortmeut of 11 rat clans Pianofortes for
sale on tf i uniblu terms; a tew l'iauos but little used at
great bargains.
A BEAUTIFUL CAMELS HAIR SHAWL, BLACK
.2 V. centre, co.-t $!,'<??. will exchange for a Stein way.
Chirk.-ring or Weber Piano, mjuare or upright. Address
A. Zlleraid 1 ptown Branch office.
\ T AN IMMENSE SACRIFICE?AN ENTIRELY NEW
j\ tir*t cla^s Piano which was taken for a debt;> n*u?t be
wdd re gardlc ** of coil Piano can be seen at 2ol 1 carl
street, near Fulton, up stairs. .
A GENTLEMAN NEEDING FUND*, HAVING TWO
J\_ ilr-t el... I'ianos .uj.ri-ii.t ?nii square,), nearly u?w, will
will either uue ?vHBce fur c?.U.
J. B MCUPHY, 117 Greenwich avenue.
4 N ELKOANT CllIOKKKINO BEVEN OCTAVfc (1 HAND
t\. Finn i-irte f >r .ale at BATI t-KSO.N 7S, HDi Sixth ave
luo, B-ur Knrtietli .treet; rich r'-sewrux! case, rlch tone;
irlcc *li7 >, 1> i than hull price; I. in perfect <ir?ior. N. B ?
Moratce fur i'iun?. and Kurniture at the ahuvu u<l<lre,n.
A BKAITIKUL KEYKN OCTAVE PIANO FOK SMSt
.1 richly carved ea?- aiulleir,; a nuuihcr ? >1" good tocund
.and I'ian.n tor tale on lu.toJiiii-nt*. or to rent.
JOHN MAID)N. corner Knrtielh street and Kirft avenue.
i BEAUTIFUL PIANO, ONLY $100; ELKOANT 7 1-3
ZV octave Pl.nolorte, curved le: ?; every liutireveniout;
warranted; bart-uin lore -h: in?t?lmenU inken
J. B1DDLK, ill YYuvcrley plucu, near Broadway.
i ?PIANO*. IV,MK.\-i: J'.AIUIAINH, KOll CASH OB
iY. nultlonuls; to rent Iroai H per month ujowird; rent
applierL K. V. DUMSDAY.
24 University placa. corner of Ninth street.
A 714 OOTAYB PIANo-WlTH ALL THK UIMT
jtY linproveiuent.. 1-ttic .ucd, very elicap tor casli, tuslat
m- nts or real. F. CONNOIl, 1..7 37th St., corner ltd av., over
Mtiner's.
A CL08IN0 OUT SALE OF LA ROE, ELKOANT
j\ stock of Planus at half price, hy order of tlie ado.iois*
tratrix of O, Barmor s estate, at* itleecker street; splendid
Plan-... rJf.i n*id r 1'" (
A FkTvaTE KAMIt.Y WILL SELL THEIR ELKOANT
A 7', octave Steinway Piano lor *. n, he. all improve
ments: used hut short time; also lor $27.7 u 7J, octave up
rrKht D<-ct>er A itrus. Pianolorte; richly carved rosewood
case and used only four months; cost JAC5: has all latest
Improvements; makers' p-uarruitec; also Covers and Stool.;
a positive chunce. N. 11.?Boxes tor .uippinir. Can he
? een to -lay or Moudny, live story brown stone residence No.
47 West Sixteenth street.
4 BARGAIN?II A/. i.LTON PIANO, JIDU-i; CARVED
A lec-h patent aitralTe, aiimi.t oew; in.taliucnis taken;
r.-nt -o. upr.^iit* to r--ut. It. CABLE, i'Jl West Twenty
third street, corner Sixth uveuue.
T $2?) CASHTTf "APPLIED FOR IMMEDIATELY,
rosewo d 7 octave upripht Flanoforte, c i U.'/i; man
....c-turero, ' hickeriiiK Mitis, Boston, lo-arlv new; all
modern iniproveno-nt, 130 Jd avenue, eorner -111 street.
A ?$IUtl; KOSKWOOD CHICKERINO PIANOFORTE
_a'\, and Stool: also 7 octave upright I'lanol -rte, harirnln,
and ClilckerinKtrrand Piano, fr.-at .acrini-e; Pianos to rent
and sold on in-taliuenls.. GOLDSMITH'S, 2(1 B.seeker
street, near P.owcry.
VfMUUFAT A SONS GRAND PIANOFORTE,
(l.nni; style latest Itiiprnvcinents; b'-uulilully curved
ca.c and le rs, overstrunir bass; lull u^rallc; good a. new;
tor one.third its value for cash. 2b East third street, near
net-nod avenue.
A'
\ MAGNIFICENT FOl R ROUND ROSEWOOD CASE
Brudhury A Co.'s itrand .calc Piano, t-.-st tl.um. fur
F i . ? has nil improvetneni.; s -> a tmir t oil ? . i r
ruod Ptnnolorte, gnnrantce and hill of sale, cost tl.-'Si. tor
Moot. Cover: has box lor shipping, a o Purlor. LI- 1
srnry. Chamber and Dining Room I- uimturc at a .aenlko.
Daii this day >undayl or Monday at private residence 120
iY est 33d street.
T7YOR 8ALE?A FIRST CLASS OVERSTRUNG PIANO,
I in perfect order, very low for em.li. Soon any time at
123 Bloecker street, near Christopher street.
Horace waters a sons, am hkoadyvay, ark
selling Pianos anil Organs extremely low lor cash, ou
mall monthly or i|aarterly paymentl, or lor rant, and lent
ooiiey applied if purchased; nteiuway s, Chickerinc's,
A at. rs'ami other celebrated makers; Pianos little used at
jroat bargains.
ITALIAN VIOLINS-ALL 01 ARANTKKD GENUINE.
I .-ti oinierlns. Amati, Gauiln u ni. Fanornio, Tenor,
pleridld, 1 ourti Bows from Uhnrles Plowden - ? lehraled col
n-' ii.-i,; uninut uprlalii Piano, lor sale hy M . CHARLES
? ?or h RIE, i.tI l.uit 1'hirt* ' n;ti street, froin 9 to 11 and 4
to O
J ^ ATKST HPECIALB.?SEE TH K EVENING TELEGRAM.
VEYV PIANOS, WARRANTED. FROM $200 TO $000;
-* "?e- nd hand Piano-. Iruiu $25 to #26<J; Orpans. Irom
to $1 *j; Pianos end hrrini to rent or oil instalments.
BERRY A CO.. 789 Brondway.
/ kit'.AN AND . RIGHT PIANO FOR
" ?ftiv Cheap ; '?rgai, 12 eUjui, uutial ba?>; piano good az
v,e" ty h? ???!. irm.1 & to W p. M. w C. Ltl'TKllB, iSA
>> 4?*t b illy Ufpoiiil
piANOH FROM $40 To $BU0; $8 AND $10 MONTIILT
. Dii ; bprljfi.t and ttquatt I'ianot and Orgaoi to
rent, $3 upward, BEiin Warsiooui. is* Brondway. oor
amr ientli ,usei.
PIINOVOIITBI, ORG \ \s, AiC.
VJI? " >D II \ NI> 11 \M)S -MADE HY J. A C KtSUl KK,
IJ having broken irnu plates. An offer wanted U?r thiuu.
Call...? or address BROKEN PLATE 1'I AW OH. 163 BUocker
street, New York cliy.
THE MASON A HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS RE
I cotv.. I TUKEK HIGHEST MEDALS and a DIPLOMA
OK HONOR *1 the GREAT WORLD IM'oSllluNS in
PARIS iiini VIENNA; have always received higbct award*
in America, ami are acknowledged to be the WESTINSTRU
MENTS of the CLASS In the WORLD. The largest assort,
went ofORG A \S in (ho country. Including nil novelties,
iu t) u ?w be fouiiit .it ilte \V A UKitoi i.MS of the company.
No 25 ONION SQUARE, New York. ORGAN'S m.IU for
cash or easy paymentor rented until rent p ay*. lor them.
J TPKIGHT AND HOTAIIK PIAN< >8 TO RENT, FROM
I #3 per month, ami tor Mile from $7A upward, on initial
tncnta; ('bickering Concert Grand, - yearn old. u bargain for
cadi. W. 11. WALKER, 47 East Twelfth street, between
Broadway and University place.
U "ANTED \ O'oili SI'.roM) IS VXD UPRIGHT PIA
m> at a bargain. Address. with full particular! and
jowent price, O. \V. C., Herald office.
TIT ANTED TO PURCHASE?A PI RET CLASS PIANO
it forte at a bargain; will give $2uu. Address X. Y. Z.,
box 426 Pout office.
A 1 ( u t If] BRADBURY PIAN
vH'U, and Stool; lint! clan* new and seoond hand up
right and square Piauos; bargain!, for ca!h or iuMinltiieul*;
to reut. kKAK AUKit, 352 Bower/.
_____ IN8TRUCTION.
AN EXPERIENCED CLASSICAL AND MATQRATI
JY cal teacher, scholar and gold medalist of foreign uni
versity, desires private pupil! or employment in school; pre
pare* lor college (Kucliah or American); highest citv refer
i ncea. Address TEACHER, box 130 Herald Uptown Branch
office, 1,266 Broadway.
a P N I ON HUDSON FHB RIVE RBI DB IN8TI
JY tuie thoroughly educates 20 young ladies; home cul
tures; advantage* unsurpassed; superb resilience; terms
$400 i?' $500 end no ? itrtu Open September 22. Refer
ences, the Nynek clergy and Cmnuiudoro William Voorhis.
A LADY WISHES PRIVATE PCPIL8 IN ENGLISH
J\ branches- h .mi givi n at the residences est pupils.
Address TEACHER, No. 345 West Twentieth street.
4 FRENCH LADY, OF GREAT EXPERIENCE IN
J\ teaching her language Grammatically anil conversa
tionally, desires some more pupils; term* modcruto. Call at
Mtue. T. B.'S, 3* Second avenue.
4 NuKHI G1 KM AN GENTLEMAN GIVES LESSONS
J\ in German and Latin: terms, 75c. per lessou; would
exchange h suon* lor table board. Address L. G., box 127
Herald Uptown Branch office.
4 T TIR >M PS< >N S >1 LI E, 2<> FOURTH AVENUE,
-ZY opposite Cooper Institute.?Bookkeeping, Writing.
Arithmetic. Instruction day and evening. Ladies1 depart
ment. Telegraphy taught practically, with iiislruiuouU.
Commence immediately.
A T A FIRST CLASH PRIVATE SCHOOL TWO CIIIL
JV dren can receive board and tuition iu nil the English
brandies, drawing and music (piano) ; terms $25 per mouth,
including home comforts. Address 70 Irving place, Brook
lyn, N. Y.
4 GERMAN GENTLEMAN OF CULTURE AND KE
*t\. fine incut (graduate) desires occupation for evening
and early night hours; is an expert teacher of modern anil ]
ancient languages and literature; translates from and into i
German, English, French and Spunish; possesses literary I
ability; lias a thorough American business training; high
reference, Address A. L., box 4,200 Post office.
A T PAINE'8 COLLEGE, 02 BOWERY, DOUBLE ENTER
j!Y Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Penmuuship, all English
Branches; hours suiting pupils. Writing lessons only $3
monthly. Ladies qualified as Bookkeeper, Cuslner, Gover
ness, Ac.
AS GOVERNESS.?AN ENGLISH LADY WILL TAKE
J.Y the entire responsibility of two or three children (who
have no mother), teaching tfiem to speak French, the usual
English studies, drawing, oil painting, and Spanish if desired; 1
satisfactory references. Address OCTOBER, lierald Up- .
town Branch office.
A
MIDDLE AGED GERMAN LADY WOULD LIKE
iL t<> hecotue acquainted with nu American gentleman
who wishes to leant German. Address K. 51., box 154 Her
ald Uptown Brunch office.
4 GERMAN LADY, POSSESSING RARE MUSICAL
JX talents, also fully competent to give lessons in French
and German, wimio.. to occupy her afternoons as daily gover?
ties-. Address M. W., at Mr. Christcru's foreign bookstore,
77 University place.
t GO< ID HANDWRI riNG G ARAN rX2D TO ALL
uY in ton private lessons.?Gentlemen\s evening classes at
reduced prices. Apply this week, froiu II to 8 P. M., at par
lors No. 30 West Fourth street. South Washington squire
(Bnmdway cars). OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH.
4 N EXPERIENCED CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATI
CS. cal teacher, scholar and gold medalist of foreign uni
versity, desires private pupils or employment in school; pre
pares for college (EnglRh or American); highest city refer
ences. Address TEACHER, box 13U Herald Uptown Branch
office, 1,-65 Broadway.
A FINE CLASS OF YOUNG MEN ARE NOW AT
A tending VV1LLSON A WALWORTH'S Business
College, 38 East Fourteenth street, corner Union square. (
Studcuts can commence at any time.
\ CADI!MY OF SHORTHAND WRITING?NEW YORK
jtY Institute of Phonography, 30 East Fourteenth street,
corner Union square; advanced, practical-complete qualifi- j
cation for profitable situations guaranteed. Call or seud for ;
circular. !
4 N EXPERIENCED TUTOR. HAVING HIGHEST
J\. reference, will give private tecaons ia English, Latin, 1
11reek. Arithmetic, Algebra. Geometry, Natural Philosophy, I
Ac. Address TUTOR, llfJ North Sixth street, Brooklyn, .
K. l>
4 ?50 CENTS A LESSON.?MME. ILMa SPINOLA,
7l* an experienced teacher of piano and singing; pure j
Italian method. Address or call at 23 Irving place.
4 FINE ASSORTMENT OF SQUARE, UPRIGHT
j(jl and grand Ariou Pianos to rent, to first class parties, ut
? . . ? rate?,; also a !-v. ynnl hand I n-t rutm-nts,
ii?'urlv new, at very low prices for cash or instulmuuts. .
SIMPSON CO., sole tnarufacturer of the Ariou piano, '
No. 5 East Fourteenth street, next to Delmonlco's.
4 N EXPERIENCED GERMAN TEACHER (GRADUATE)
-?'Y Is still open for one scholar: she instruct in music,
German, French and English branches; highest reference*.
Address Mile. L. E., care Mile. E. Kuhn, IH1 iiroudway.
4 YOUNG GENTLEMAN (NORTH GERMAN) FA
JY miliar with teaching German, desires Mtue pupils in the
evening at fheir residence; terms moderate. Address GER
MAN, lift) West Twelfth street. :
A LADY INSTRUCTS YOUNG PERSONS IN THE
J.Y English branches and Fr?'iich; ladies of neglected cdu- I
cation taught privately with special pain*. Address
TEACHER, t?47 6th av., near 38th ?t.
A
DAILY GOVERNESS WISHES PUPILS IN THE
^ *. English brunch"*, Froncli. Latin anil nunic. Address
Mrv GEORGE VANDENUoFF, Boys' School, 106 West
Forty-second street.
BUSINESS COLLEGE. WILLSON k WALWORTH'S,
Jy 36 East Foiirti ? nth street, corner Union square. Upon
day and evening. Please call.
/lOLLEOE OF MUSIC, NO. 5 WEST FOURTEENTH i
V7 street, west of Fifth avenue.?Instruction in all branches
of Singing, according to the purest Italian methods. Piano ?
Lesaotis by big. MoUOSlNI; bight Reading ny Prof. CON
TEBNO.
Tj^VKNING CLASSES OF GERMAN.?THE TEACHER,
J A u North Germuji lady, graduated w ith honor*, before
the Royal Pru*xiau Bimru of Education; best references i
given and required. Address Miss W., box 130, Herald Up- .
town Branch office.
TTU'ENINO SCHOOL?A SELECT EVENING SCHOOL, j
1 j with abundant personal attention, is now open at Bus!,
nensCollege, 36 East Fourteenth street, corner Union square j
I.TKENi If LKH80M8.?A fRBNCH LAOT TKACBltf
(Parisian) would like a few more nunils in French and j
.inking; higlo'-t n-l. T'-niM s. Address Mile. G1RAUD A. DE
LACHAI8K, 45 East Twenty-second street.
TTtRKXCH. GERMAN. ITALIAN AND SPANISH TAUGHT
1 privately and in classes by the ablest iiistructorH in tHo
? luatrr at the NBW YORK CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
No. 5 Ka-t Fourteenth street, near Filth avenue, next to
Del mon ico's. j
TjIItENt-If CONVERSATION AND LITERATURE -PRO
F fe.sMir J. I-. PARRAIN, |h West Eleventh street.
INSTRUCTION IN DRAMATIC ART AND ELOCU
I tion; practical experience given proficients. Apply to
ACTOR AND MANAGER, HO Thirty-sixth street.
t E8SONS in iskaDis.; gkammm:, I.':riBu wi:lT
1 j in u ?'?c . i y c -mi u li y teacher, at pupil s residence; i
spei.iai pains with l.tdif of nerl''ei. ?l e I cation. Address |
1 \i . I KR. D 6 West 34tli si.. u i* Broadway.
M ISS CONOVER'S FAMILY SCHOOL FOR CHtXr I
. dren They will be properly cared for. Terms moder
ate. Old Bridge, N. J. References?51 r?. Stymus, 1,518
Broadway; Mr. Lee, 15 Broadway, New York.
\flSS EDMOND4 WILL RESUME, Of'TO BLR 4.20
It! East Twenty-fourth ftroet, her elates in literature;
aibo one for teachers and those wishin g to avoid the coutiuo- j
merit of school; wi i 1 receive two pupil* to board.
MME. A. SIMAR, FRENCH PROTESTANT DAILY
. .School for y ung ladies and hoy*; afternoon French I
ctunses at very low price. No. 416 Fourth avenue.
Mils. Mitchell hmplomeE) supplies fami
, lie* with visiting and resident teachers, governesses I
and tutors. Information given (free of charge) of good ,
schools, private cla ses and teachers of music, languages, |
drawing and painting. Teachers' Bursau, 67 West fhirty
fiftii street. |
I > . KI OR VAN DAELL'S FRi.NCIl f'ul RSKS^
X 1.267 Broadway, room 21.?Court de Utterature, pri
mary, in. rmeuiute and advanced courses tn grammar and
conversation: thorough and most improved system; special '
das so* ! ?r ladies. private lessons ; terms moderate ; numerous
city reference*. h ree clabs on Tuesday. October 5, at 11 A.
M., 1*4 aad 8 P. M.
OROFi -OR R KUTTNEIl, TLVGliLR OF GERMAN
X language and literature. English to foreigners. Call
at or address K<3 .See? n i avenue, or Doibe&r's Coiiego, 1,163
Broadway, corner of Twenty-eighth street.
"PRIVATE PI PI LA K1K LIVED, EITHER HE PAR
J. ately or in class, and thorough instruction guaranteed I
in English, Mathetnatics and i.atlu by an experienced
teacher. Address Mist A RLINU, 42 East Twentieth street.
PHONOGRAPHIC ADNANCED AND PRACTICE
I ciaMMos at ? ?ioper Union Friday nights; Tuition very
low. Ap ly to Mrs. E. B. BURNS, school of Phonography,
33 Par* r-?w.
PHYSICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES.?A PROFK8
! X sor of one of our larger colleger wishes t<? fill either
cha'i n of chemistry, mineralogy, physi<**t soulogy, geology
and physiology. llehasag??od c<dh?( tion of apparatus and
che.iui(Ml:i. Ao. Address PROFESSOR, Herald Uptown
j Branch office.
pl.A< riCAL BO ? AND GOOD FRENCH
X ianglit on evenings; terms very moderate. Apply to
Mr, lUihiVKAU, at .)o Cramer's, 23 Lispcmtrd street.
| >! MALE OR FEM %LE WHOSE ED I CATION
J has been negh oted or ibfi?t requiring instruction taught
privately and cmfidentiaily by a graduate who ha* made
priv ite instruction a specialty, address HENDERSON, ilor
aid Uptown Branch office.
PRIVATE LESSONS IN ENGLISH GIVEN BY AN EX
J periencecl lady teacher to grown up ladies of neglected
education; grammar and letter writing thorough. Apply at
book store 17s Sixth avenue
CI'AMrfH AND FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITKKA
O tore thoroughly taught by a very eaiy and practical
method; translations. Apply to A. RAMUS, 3S University
place.
QPANI8H LANGUAGE FREE OF CHARGE AT THE
O evening High School. Thirteenth street, near Sixth ave
nue (opvat Uct^eM^^^rrlvate lessons al7d$ bixtu avenue.
IXMTIU < TIO\.
yifll SCKM? A LADY, WELL VKH8ED IN THK SCI
i1 ctic , wiidie* to leaeii III aiune erlned or college rhoitile
try, physire. geology. loo lugv anil pliyslolo ry; hav elabora
te'r for private instruction: understands French perfectly,
Addrtu SCIENCES, Herald Uptowu Brunch office.
QPANISlf \ND FUK.N'I' 11 THOROUGHLY TAUGHT
^ |ijii. ir ill v 1 .'raiiiiuat ie ill;, by uti ,ti-i.>K?ft|?lii,li**ii young
lady. Addn f? Mini D. A.. 4<*i YVcst Twenty eight rtrwl.
m,lK I IKST ? 1 '.sS SELECT FAMILY SCHOOL FOR
I Iniy*. 111 Nil*' Mlllbrd. i'nun., want* three i.iuro pupils lo
till tin'viii iin i. ' ? iiirtlior [iHrliculara inquire of 11,HI.
JosEi'il S. BOSWOUTH, No 7 Nns-uu
A. s. KDllhRH, A. M., Principal.
mo LADIES WHO WISH TO ACQUIRE A PERFECT
I kn wlcdgo1 f French ii n (I ii I'll rial an pronunciation Muie.
Deiulnii.se, III' dalin. l itli diplomas I'f the Academy of
Car - ? ,11 hi.i n a French dm*. Monday, October 4, at 42
We-i'slxtecuth street. Apply to Mine. DELACllAti.xK, at
the abure address.
UrANTKD?A SWISS GENTLEMAN AS TUTOR; MUST
\> teach tlerni'in, French, English ami muaic. Apply at
Teachers'Bureau, 07 Weet I hlrty-lifth street. lluura, Iroiu
10 to 5.
A\
TANTED?A FRENCH TEACHER TO OIVB LKS
./ sloe at lady'> residence: in.i-d be Parisian by birth
and education. Ad,1 run, with purtlculam. bu? 73 Post office.
IVAN'TED?A LADY WHO CAN TEACH ALL T11K
W English branches. top-ether ? uh French an. music ....
piano, to teach 0 children ; mi elderly lady piclerr. 'l. Addreu
Sir*, la. J , Kutlur^lonn, Curullno couiity, Vu.% btutuifc
iulury lor ten mouths' n mud on. *
EA OU18FIR I.ESSON FOR TWO HOURS EVERY
t)0 eveiiiug.?French CUm, by Mr. C.\lUKOL, trench
.cher, SJ L'uion unuaro. i'rivate Icrsoiu given at the real
rt \ CENTS A LESSON.?CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH
?)lf by a Parisian young lady diplotuec; hook and pamph
lets translated; tree clu?. every Monday in 11 " elm a.
M. VERUL. l,JU7 llroadway, renin -.1.
ri\ CENTS AN1> 7". CENTS A LESSON IN FRENCH.
t)U Herman and Spin,id,.-Adult* and ehlldrcn enabled
to conversu In ii I'civ months l,y my- new i-ystnin. Addreaa
Professor J. VV'INUKRMAN, 1.3B3 Broadway,
rr c ORjriW A lbsson.^owbmattonal ORR
<?) mini by a North (icrmau 1 idy. Address In MllliU,
h,.\ 177 lieriild ('[itni. n liriiiich nllie.-. 1.itr,ni'lw.iy.
<??1 $2, $.'< WEEKLY.?FRENCH LESSONS GIVEN
? ^ L? every iluy by an experienced French lady teacher,
highest references; spelling ??"J pronunciation clani.ee;
Cla-I.ee for children. 1U7 West Tw enty third -truct.
DVNCIiVO ACADEMIES.
I .1 SVI'SES DANCING ACADLMIES.?CLASSES
A , at Masonic llall, III East Thirl. *nth street; Hrevnnit
11 ill 154 Eimt Fifty-fourth elreut: PKlVATh LESSONS at
auv iiour; SOIREE at Brevoort Hull Monday, October 4:
MULLENIIACER'S ORCHESTRA hu* been engaged lor
the IRVING H ALL SOIREES, wlilch will take place everr
Suturilay evening. CIRCULARS and TICKETS lor the eof
rce? at private Acsdemy, Hi- Kant Isleventh at root.
A LLEN DODWORTH'S DANOINO SCHOOL, NO. Ml
j\. Fifth nvoune, corner of Twenty-sixth etreet, w ill com
uienco October 10; mornings or atternoon* Inr lad.ee and
children ; evenings lor gentlemen. For particulars send lor
a circular. Mr. Frank Dodwortlt'e clagsul, 1U8 \V ashlnglon
etreet, Brooklyn. j
t ?CARTIER'S OANCINO ACADEMY, I'LIMITON
A. Bulldinp, Stuyveeunt and Ninth eyeeti-.?t liia.ee
every Monihiv and Thursday afternoon mid evening. I rivuto
lcb.wou.s Hi I'.ii'U: wail/, u Sfiroc M ? I?? 1. i > vnvIhii, x.
AT J. MAR8' ACADEMY Of DaNC'INO, 289
A Bloeclter etreet.?l'upile can attend ut their own con
venience, without hi-K of leaaona. Send for circular, boiroe,
'I or m! uy eve ii Inr, I lelober ', nl '' o clock.
A T WILSON'S DANCING ACADEMY, HOH \VF>T
Al Fourteenth street?tlnsaee now open anil particular at
tention paid to beginners. For terms,p.tc.. neud lor circular.
Select Soirees Tuesday and Saturday evenings,
AT FKRNANDO'S DANCING ACADEMY, KIFTY
J\. nith street, corner Third avenue (bunk building)?
Classes Mommy and Thursday eveninas and Saturday alter
uiHiu I'rivato lesson in Glide tt ah/, a specialty. See circu
lar. Reception Thursday. October 7, from U to 12.
t LADY HAVING TAUGHT DANCING WITH SUO
ces* in seminaries and boarding schools, will attend
tainilv classes at their residences or recelvo puptba Address
K. E. S., No. 1H1 West T'wrenty-third street.
I > K (JO ICES' DANCING ACADEMY, 861 BROOME
.1 > street, will opuu lor the season 'Tuesday. October o,
' All tho fashionable Dances in one course of lessons.
During vacation the rooms have been elegantly refitted,
painted and decorated; is centrally located and easy or
iicees* from ull parts of New York, Brooklyn uud other ud
^' n "lV?The first lessons can bo taken privately by all sub
scribers to tho ladles'or gentlemen's classes, mid no extra
charge fr.itn class prices, l'upilscun commence Immediataly.
'The above Rooms to let for select bulls ami sociables.
"DALLETMASTER DUMAR 8 DANCING ACADEMY,
i> 24 West Foirrth street.?Classes open. All dances
taught perfectly in one quarter. Six fashionable dauces
taught perfectly in six private lessons. i
/1 HRISTOFHER'8 DANCING ACADEMY, PER ERA
U Hall, corner Eighty-sixth street ami Third uvenue.?
Every Ueduesduy and Saturday aTturuoon and evening,
and Saturday, at two P. M. _________
r\ 11 RIVERS' BROOKLYN DANCING ACADEMY.
Vy. 175 State street.?A class for gentlemen beginners
Tuesday, October ut 8 P. M. Send fur a circular. Enclose
Lf> cents for a dauciug guide.
Diamond s dancing academy, uw west forty
tbird street ?Pupils can conliuue until fully competent
to execute all the fashionable dauces without extra charge.
First lessons given privately.
B GARMO'8 DANCING ACADEMY HAS REMOVED
from No. r-o Filth avenue to No. bo \Y est lhirty-tbtrd
street, between Broadway and Fifth avenue.
HLASK'S SELECT CLASSES IN DANCING AT 1,404
Broadway, for ladies, gentlemen and children, com
mences Saturday, October dtb
T O'NEILLS CLASSES FOR DANCING.?AT HIS
sj . old academy. Seventh avenue, Germaiiia Assenililv
Rooms, corner of Twenty-sixth street, classes Tuesday and
Friday evenings. Soiree October 12.
MANUEL'S PRIVATE CLASSES IN DANCING, .043
Filth aveuue. near Forly-liltli street, will coiumanoe
Monday, November 1. Circulars may be obtained attire
GiUuy House or at the Academy.
MR. TRENOR S ACADEMY OF DANCISO,
i.viic Hull, Sixtn avenue, Reservoir square,
NnW (li'f.N AT Rl DLCEH PRICES?send lor Circular
MACPIIEBSON'S CLASSES FOR DANCING NOW
open at KM West Thirty-fourth street, near Broad
way. Alteruoi ii ami evening classes. See circulars at 1.277
Broadway. N. H ?Soiree to-morrow evening, Monday,
October 4, at l? o'clock.
TJROFESSOB SHERIDAN'S ACADEMY OF DANCING,
X H3 and'HO Third avenue.?Tuition Monday and lliurs
duy eveniuKi; all tlio modern waltses taught In one quarter.
Soiree Monday evening, October 4, ut !'!'a o clock.
HlOFOSiYLi>.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF 1
Pilots, No. 40 Bchlimi Slip, /
Nr.w Vokk. Si-pt. 2W, 1875.^ t
Proposals will bo received in. (hi* oliico until 12 o clock
noon of the 4th day of October, for tho removal oi so much or
the nier and structures at Stap eton, S. L, heretoiore erected
and now maintained in the harbor of New York bv Hie New
York and Staten Island Kerry Company, as are beyond tho
exterior lino as fix '1 by law. l'iaus uud particulars may be
?bBy oriroVtUe?BoUard. GEO. W. BLUNT, Secretary.
TJROl'OSALS FoR STONE.?SEALED [PROPOSALS
X will be received at tb -otlice of the trustees of the New
i York and Brooklyn Bridge. No. 21 W ater street. Brooklyn,
nnlll 12 o'clock noun, Saturday, October 11, lor the delivery
I of 1 <XXI cubic cards cut Backing. WH cubic yards cut r uco
hti'tic uud "ill cubic yards Arch Stone, all ol lime stone;
also for the delivery of 85 cubic yards ol Griinlto Corners,
2.V) cubic yards Granite Face Stone and 31 cubic yards Uran
''VrVti'tcil specifications may be had at tho ollice. Plans may
be seen ut engineer's ollice, corner Cherry ami Dover streets.
New York city.
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WATC'HUM, JEWELRY, AC.
DVANCES MADE O.N' GOODS LEFT ON COMMIS
SI sinii; Diilim m: . watches. .Ii wclri. Silv. rw ire, I'lanns,
hilks Luce.H, ?kc., bought and hoWI; b?fliio-8 conbaeutiHL o.
FiuOsKI, IUSI Niuwau Htrect, c? . >or of Ann, lift floor.
t"ih NAS>\U STREET. ROOM 5.?LOANS NEGO
;? tinted t ' an\ amount at reasonalile rates; Dlaminids,
Watches ami .(en Try bought and sold back when ilciiired;
buHhitiS8 cunliUcntiul. "? KhlMA^.
t LADY HAVING SOME FINE DIAMONDS IN
A pawn and needing some money Immediately, will sell
the Tickets very cheap. Address K.LR.NE, box 177 lioiald
ollice.
I VERY HANDSOME PAIR OF SOLITAIRE EAR.
A rings, fine diamond Cross, and two diamond Rings can
be bought very low, ii takeu this week. Address 1 ARKER,
box 17?l Herald ollice
VhKY HANDSOME PAIR OF SOLITAIRE I?IA
AVHKY HANDSOME PAIR ill' i J\ ntr, hia
moiid Earrings and fine Diamond Ring at a sacrifice,
by a party needing money. Address H. T, A., box lib Her*
aid office.
~* DVERTI8EK, 1IEIN0 OBLIGED TO PAWN SOME
A valuable diamonds, which it is impossible to redeem,
W1H ,, || |j, ,.ets iery low. Address immediately ILL. H-,
box 178 Herald office.
TklAMONDS, WATCH EH. JEtVELRY, SILVERWARE.
I ) I or*. Camels' Hair fthawll, Ac., bought, and sold back
when desired at a vely small advance GEO L. ALLEN,
Jeweller, 1.180 Broadway, near Twenty-ninth street.
]' INDO BROS. . ... ? ,
j Diamonds solitaire and clu-ter Earringa, Brooches,
KHig* Crosses and Studs, g'old Vest and Seek Chains, Brace
let, Sets. Horse Timers and Watches or every description;
silverware Opera Glasses, Music ilexes, Ac.
silverware, v LINlP) BltOs.. 1,2g7 Broadway.
rino EXCHANGE?FOR DIAMONDS OR .1EU I I.RY,
I Hr-I eiiiNM new l'lano. by best uinaers, made expre.sly for
the aiHertlser, leaving the city. Address ATTORNEY, box
4..V14 Post office.
4) S(iLH> SILVER WINE COOLKRH 800 FINK ?l 75
/. ,lf>r ounce; T?-e Het name price; fine <y*mei? Ifnir
hhAwl, til- biaiuond and Uainao bel, LlaNlxO
liKOSl, Broadway.
B no A D W A V, O V K H H KU A LI) f PTO VV N
1 I Hr:ii;* !i oflic. room II .arlor lor In. i- . I?ran< ?i
I 2u1 liroadwajr.?DlaBiowia, VVatcbci, J o we I ry, ?V c
and sold. LIN DO BROS.
L.207
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DEMTITKY, .
BEAUTIFUL SET. GUM TEETH, $10; SINGLE,
stl. warranled. silver ii 111ug>, 'sic.. G^
I.,aitie specimen-. NEW YORK DENTAL ROOMS 2s2
Sixtli avenue, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets.
Sundays until 2.
a ft of Teeth made in three hours at 128
'vest Thirty lourtb stro??, between Sixth and Seventh
avenue* near Broadway.- special mechanical dentistry, co
rol rubber, whaleboim rubbc. g.d ' and plat na Rets; PfumiH
ers Regulator*, *<? fake green ear* from Grand street ferry
?r Sixth ?v-oee- ar^or J^^^^^Tpirty lonrth street.^
wvi.s until' t K1 I NEY SURGEON DENTISTS. 153
1 ) Sixlh avcn,ia Artiacla Teeth, $8. $10. $15; gold fill,
lugs, $1; stlrer and hone, Sfkl; oU work warranteJ: estab
llslied 18.57. Open Sunday*. ________
7X11 R G DURKIN DENTIST, HAS REMOVED TO
1) Ho Vj Watt Twtrily fourth itrtat; Jaath Inturad o%*er
root. umU a. natural teeth. Late ol ?7> Canal etreet, and
alee Max HU HixxX ??>a*
LOST AND KlM'SDi
i "I \ HOPPED JN AX KIOilTH AVENI K OAR, ON TI ES
1 ' day la?t, 111 M ent Broadway. an ulil fashioned n
Ring. iiHint* "Jolin Robinson" In euiini"! round tin* rim. The
owner *111 p?y if III fur it* return. Address VV., box 135 Her
ald Uptown Brunch office.
Tjtouxn?IN SEPTEMBER. 1874. A GOLD WATCH.
J Apply at 2* Wo it lionet. 11 street, third Hour, to-day, be
. twoen 2 and 4 o'clock.
"EMMJJID?A I*AI It OK GOl.D WIOTAUUU. TUB
I owner can have the xtme l.y proving property. Apply
at en. turn rooms ?f THOMAS W. LINDSAY, 238Atlantic
uvrniin. Brooklyn.
TJT?IN TWENTY-THIRD STREET STAOB, AT
, , Nixth nvettuo, on Tliurnlay evening, at 7..'. lock, a pair
otOperu Glasses. I'lcaic roturu to 2IJ8 West Twenty fourth
slreot. and receive reward.
TOST?THROUGH THE MAII,, SEPTEMBER 25, 1875
tumi ? ?TnlL^-ryr.Note fur ?t lour month* from Sep
to!!,. ? ? ! vT'",,I r"w" Z ?*? luyor, President IDu-kett*.
ind MiiMUk Company to t.rder of Charles W. Matthew*
*n<I Indorsed by him ; payment of which lia* been stopped.
I'II Aliiiniu nUi"*1"" tiatii.K- tin. Maine,
pliiii. MAI THEWS, llid Walnut street, Plilladel
T OKT-SATTRDAY. 18TII OK SEPTEMBER, IN TIIE
Jj nip it. in .ho neighborhood or Amity and Greene itroete
u mii.ill f rvrich eauvn* Travellio r Bag containing a few
" cl(,,llinK end letter* of no uae to any tint the
Broadway. fur ,ctur" to Si'AKI*s <? HEW, 081
TOST-TIIUHSDAY LAST. OX MOltKlAAXIA BOAT
J J llurlciu, 4 :2.) I'. M trip Irom Kulton elln. a Parrel con
J?'iiliilf gilt box, marked "Kate" on cover. The Under will
son ably rewarded by returning the same to 47 Worth at.
Ti?rrmAT THK AMERICAN IXSTITL'TE KAMI, OS
J J r rtaay eveninir, a iioniun Mojaio Locket. Tho Under
r herm,tar"t"iru 1117 '''""ty lifh streot and receive
it libornl fowtuti tttid tliuuks of tlio owner.
Tj??|TrVN. SATURDAY, OCTOIIEH 2, PASSAGE
?oooio?*.oi r i0 Glasgow niul return liv steamer Ciiledonia,
no!! ! l?o a dralt on Tlioma* Cook A Son, London.
JlilV fnr C ! A'1', ""d clieck on same firm, numbered
ow, lor L", oil made to the order of llev. J. VV. Kliiin. anil
Jdiick-' 'lo."iVey.,UelU hM l,au" ?topped on the dralt and
fopr,u!e 5lvon- A reward will lie el veil
lor ftturn to COOK, HON A JENKINS, Tourist uud Ex
cursion Managers, 201 Hroadway. ?*"??? uuu c.x
I i"-.1"1.- fS ATI" oil V V, A SLIIHVK HI T'l'ON, JX1T1AL
5 Fulton Market l?aviug with Jo UN EVERETT, No.
"I 08 r OX SAl Lit DAY P.M., BETWEEN JERSEY CITY
Jj and 140 140 Broadway, llubher Watuh Ouurd with
pi's-Ni xkIuv Vi,Kr\twTT hAd; "ew"rd ?f""" ,,lur"
rtreet! Jersey Clfy. ' AUuru^'"' ^ Montgomery
T OST-ON OCTOBER 2. A SM \LL BLACK AXI) TAX
X 1 Dog, uuswerlllg the name of Captain ; cropped earn. A
liberal reward by returning klm in jewelry store, 'JU7 Sixth
avenue, be I a eeii litty-hlth nod liltv sixth street.
T OST-A GOLD BRACELET, ON THE WAY FROM
, ,f''ty-third street and Sixtli avoinio to Korty-iiflh street
and Broadway. A suitahlo reward will he puid for tho same
at !>o7 Bixtli avenue, first fiat.
REWARDS,
REW ARD.?LOST, KROM 50 CARMINE STREET
a liver and white Setter Hog; had on collar, wild
name of dog nod owner. Any ouo returning hiiu to tlio
aiiovu address will receive reward. Ii. LAMll,
<5l9n REWARD.?LOST, ABOUT THE LAST WEEK
V?J* J In July, un Italiuu Greyhound; Ids two foreleg*
were broken : it wa* a net. Tlio above reward will he paid,
and no ipiestlon* asked, by returning it to UGH West Tklrty
JalO REWARD WILL RK PAIL) KOR THE UE
til") to II EN BY STENDEK, 183 William street, of
uskiM.1 ^ stolen Iroiu oU Laight street, arid no questions
A slrlT, BLE REWARD WILL 1IE PAID AXD NO
S\. auctions asked for return of gold watch 13,919 nml
chain left in a restaurant, October 1, 1873. Apply at 15 Sand*
street. l\ K.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
A.
THE CHEAPEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED.
TO
J'M MM 000 RRRR RRRR 000 W V W
M M M MO OR It it it O O W W VV
XI w u'J!? ? 14 14 14 R o O W VV w
M \f m M tj. y BlUtlt Rltiiit O o w w w w
\f i XI i! 9, X 4 J4 14 Jl ? o WW WW
m mm mo ok k It R o 0 VV VV
M Mil M OOO It It R R OOO W W
is the drawing of th* Industrial Exhibition Company of New
York. Any Bonds or Certificates bought before 6 o'clock
P. M. TO-MORROW will participate in the drawing.
C.000 premiums, amounting to $150,000, will be drawn to
morrow.
CERTIFICATES $1 EACH.
Whole bond*, $20; halfbonds, $10.
Eleven certificate*, *ecurlng th* premium* of elaven dif
ferant bond*, for $10 ONLY.
Call before 6 o'clock P. M. to-morrow.
MORQENiTlAU. BRUNO A CO..
Banker*,
23 Park row, oppoilte the now Po?t office building.
New York.
A ?PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS AOAIN8T ESTATES.
AV. insurance companies or individuals, can have them
thoroughly prosecuted by an experienced attorney, without
S-riotV'v- ?** ,V??e,*.Mu 1 i "relent relerencex Address AT
lUK.M'al, box 108 Hem Id otlicu.
A ?ISAAC O. BOYCE, 207 BROADWAY, LAWYER
V,ot"f>'t Lommlsrloiier.?Divorce* obtained promptly"
without publicity; causes?desertion, incompatibility, ha
hltuul drunkenness infidelity, inliuman treatment, 'con
viction oi felony. Passports obtained.
A -SODA WATER MINERAL WATERS, GINGER
jfA. Ales, sparkling W ines; maniilacture ol complete out
fits of Apparutus and .Material* with lull instructions- all
department* ol mauulacture, buttling uud dlipensiiig '.x
x i? desirable territory; catologues free. JOHN
;' .I. -u^uNiw Yo?k.euue" lw-u,^s S?
ADVERTISE IN THE EVENING TELEGRAM.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, DEPOSITIONS, AC. ry
H-Vy l 1-8. 7o A&tor House; notary public and commi*.
Mutter ul deed* lor all the States. Including New Jersey.
tbmuiv??rtiwi m<;nt for future reference.
A -U1?1"I11L1TY BROUGHT oTTlV INDISCRETIONS
ilrviiv i t'i'lvJr !"? speedily and radi.ally cured by
1 .. RV A. DAXI ELS. M. Ii., 144 Lexington avenue near
Twenty-ninth street. Office hours, is to 3.
A ~!il.'|,!r,IA!J ?"T", B?-MUSCULAR OR NERVOUS
, uebilllj, indiscretion* ol youtli ami manhood radically
and permanently cured by Dr. L. J. KAHX, .VI. J)., principal
and proprietor of Dr. Kalin'* mxgniliceut Museum of Art
and Science. (Ws Broadway. Re* nee. 51 S Tenth
street, between Broadway and University place. New York
I'OU" "'consultation 1mm 10 A. M. till 2 P. M. and Irom ti
tm ? i . .m., or by appointment.
A LL DISEASES, WHETHER OK MIND OR BODY,
i i?n xHr!v"!,viHrie. ?''* Incurable, can consnlt Mrs.
JOHNSON, M. D. 27b State street. Brooklyn, whom the
Cliicagu Time* calls the miracle performer, who heals by
laying on ol liiiuds; Insanity, blindness, doafues* and drunk
nofit enreu; cures gtmriinteed.
A ?CIRCULARS! CIRCULARS! CIRCULARS 1?NOW
JY. is the time to send them. 11?. 1! 1.1TE DIRECTORY
Contains 2.1,000 nniumisot best families, urrangvd accord
ing to streets. Price $B
I " I I-I.l C-. ANDUViil. A Gi I, SI Nassau street.
A FFLIOtId! TAKE NOTICE I?ALL THOSE KB
JY quiring important surgical or medical treatment, from
wnalever cause, speedily cured bv Dr. II. D. OKINDLE
14- W est rorty-eightli St.. between Sixth and Seventh avx
?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE KENTUCKY
? State Lotteries.
?, tKN-rurgV, KXTIlA CLASS 55?OCTOtlKK 2, 1875.
61, 4<i, ti!). 37. 1, 53. 39, 34, 32, <i7, 5?, 27, 16 03.
KI- NTI CKV, CLASS 50?OCTllllKli 2, 1875.
17, 50, II. ill, <8, 44, 50, 12. 58, 38, 47, 2(1. S3 13
J. S. SMITH A GO Managers, Covington^ Ky. Port
oihee box 2.751 Now York. * ' '
?PARKS, EMERSON A CO.. AGENTS FOR
Kentucky State Lotteries, drawn dally.
A,
Kent
Pri
addrei
box 5,
office hours. 7 A. M. to 7 1'. m"~
A?ROYAL SAXON (i O VI-. UN M E N T DUTTKET.
? first Prize, 501 ),(**! marks.
Next drawing October 4tli and 5th, 1875.
p.m. * r?, THEOD0K ZSCHOCH.
I ost office box 5.504. litl Nassau street.
A Ml. RIO AX VOl.'AL INSTITUTE, 103 WAVKRLEY
place. ?I he rmlical cure of Kiamiiierng ami Stuttering
'0 " *> *ti in of iii.iruction founded upon conoct physiological
principle* a specialty. Send for circular.
/11G.VHS TO -ioo PER 1.0W; OUANTITY AT
i rJ1 "I'll"!'. B iy Ruin In kor dor duty ps.d. Leaf
and other 1 h iveo* sultnole for shipment to th i VVe*i Indies.
B.?I - i *i iiineuts dvsiraole lot* Tobaccos and Cigars
prompt,y realit li. CABLE, 25 Old slip.
flBRONIC catarrh. DEAFNBM.?DR. KECKS
Vv wonderful method cures every ease. Hour* 10 to 4 unit
7 to 9. .So Weal Fourteenlli street. Dr. SfUDDAilD
Medieal Inr,-i t.>r. Dr. REA D, Business Manager.
] HI ,-li CELEBRATED LINIMENT uURf.s
, A.J corns, biiuioii*, rlieiimatism, diplitherln gout and all
disease* of scute character. Mine. RUSH, I is I West Twen
ty-fourth street, sole proprietor; agem* wanted
TUBKAHES OF MEN AND IMPORTANT MEDICAL
X> and Surgical Cases a specialty. lll-.MtY A DAN
IELS, M. D., 144 Lexington ?\cnue, near 'lweuty-alnib
street. Office hours irom n to 3.
I YYSPBPHI A.
i_/ J. J. Sl'MENO, M. D., lato member New York Acad
emy of Medicine, has ilevutvd many year* to the cxcliiblvo
*tn i.v of Dyspepsia niul Digestive Derangements. Tlmse
wishing to leuru Ills vl*ws a* regards treatment can do so
without charge, at his rssideuco, 201 West Twentywecoud
?treat*
T ill. WV.MAN, NO. 245 SIXTH AVENUE N Y OURFS
J/ dyspepsia, liver complaint, femalo weaknessu's k.iluev
(Jueiiae* ol longstanding, pile*, cold feet ami hnmi* and all
disease* arising Irom an impure state of tile blood in Iroin
three to *tx .lay*; catarrh successfully treated, and a radical
cure guaranteed, consultation Iree; office boom Irom 0 to ti.
T\K;, AUGUST'S HAIR I! E.I I' YEN\T( I It PREVENTS
J t the hair Irom railing out ami pi-dilute* u, gr^t),. H(lo
Hair Ksnovaior. lor restoring gray hair to it* original enh.r
Ki2 Broadway0''1*"" ^ YOl4K ^ANI-I AR^BUKEAU;
L'XI'I.L.-111K BIRD POWDERS" GIVE I II'K TO TIIF
k J **??:<? i"rw,,rdL"1 ^ n> ??; pru? ??>?.
B l', ? I: i 4, T * 11 - ? I I S , ? IV V O r k e: u- 11 ? r' *' ^ 'Ud:a7
H avana lottekv -4310,000 IN phizes every is
*? '*(,rloi,ur frliii cimIkmi. c;ir
^.'?7inforoiauoii Iree FERNANDEZ A CO., Banker*,
late J. B. Martinet A < 0 . lo Wall streot, rear bastmuul,
New York Post office box 4,!K?4.
j Mil.-litl Ai, KXllIBITDiN COMPANY'S BONDB,
1 . $20 each.
xsfr r laT1,"! Mmidajr October 4, 1875.
MILLER A CO., Ileal Estate and General Agent*,
am Ibadsu Maw Vwk
SPECIAfi WOTICKN*
T DELPHIN, J|{., l ull TKN YEARS ADJUSTER Ol
?. *, ""tehee t'ir til" Howard U null .nut i'lock < loiupaur, o
Bo-to*.mid II,? public, having rn?,..v.?l to 1 180 ? Hromlway
Sli-.' t,Jr,?ri*??t Mown", i- |,ru|itfi>il toadJuM watches of at
" '0 h0|tt. cold. position .iml iaoebrom.ni. Hy this|<mw?
-i V,,irv timekeeper*. Fiat
* (l"ck i.r,., U|l i:, l? .
K -(:l,t,.uox"! , OATAIUHDBAKNKKS; PERM AN
\ "s IV \ V1"' 'V. "c KECKS V..it.|,-rrul method
?- H ' ourtecnih Mr?i. near Fin I, avenue.
Dr. STOOD UiM, Medical Director.
?. to . ',r lJu-?ine>3 Manager.
V ?l<: CATARRH. DKAFXK S OK. KECK'*
* ,i'"' . ' ' 14 ' '"ru- It bear. mi relation to
v"-* Ij ,u'r l- ""'"t 1 attempted or advised forcuturrb.
No. h w > ?t Fourteenth street.
K ?OFFICIAL DRAWING OF 'fllK KENTUCKY
? St ntc Lotlorlna.
SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Manager*
K KNTl'C K V , KiruA I I.ASH No. 5?7?OCTOBKR 2 187.7
78, 2, 7iI, 15. 77, on, (IS. 10, 4:?, 5?. |'a S L
KKNTUCKY, CI. AS* NO..MIS?OCTOHKB 2, 1873. '
-II, 67, 03, ?>?$, 35, 30, 0-1, II, 41, 511, II I (W
IIK.NIIV, FXIKA OLA*. SO. 300?Ol TOUKIt 2, 1873
20, 3?, 03, 04. 20, 32, 38, 40. 05, 31. 7, || 02,
IIKil'IIV, CLASS SO. 501?OCTOBKU 2, 1875. *
41. 10, 34. 18. .'.8, 17, 1.7. .7 1, 0.3, 43, 51, 7 54,
Full information by applying to or addressing J. CLUTE
2t?) Uroudwuy, or Post office box 4,'.Hi!l.
K?SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO.'H CIIAND
. monthly distribution of His Kentucky State, ou tlia
II10111 plan, to bu drawn Del. 30; also 1 loyal Havana, oi
Ciipa, drawn Oct. 4. Full iiifuriuution by applying to or
?ddrwwlng J. CLUTE, 200 iiroudu ay, or Post office box 4,989,
Medical rheumatic ivstiti te, r,o bond
street. ? Uliomnutisiu, neuralgia ami pain* imtiHMliAtely
aim! ;m rinumuitly cured. Consult Dr. I'ftOTl N ; 20 years'
PJV5V1 ? V ?*'urtiS discuses, skin disorders ami uurvouN de
bllKy witbout mercury. His magnetic remedies remove nil
lull# L !V , dioeiiiiee, restore strength, manhood and vi
tality. Sent l?\ in hi 1.
KTEHVOUfl DKIULITV, PttKM VTUItE DECLINH, LOW
. /,lritV""J Moulal Mill oil-ill Prostration In
Sill tf f effectually and up lily nirml by llr. K.
b. l l' . r '.'i ;'!'1:''.!. 1'-'0,"U"1 Add re -s |? lir.t fustuuee,
by letter to IP) Eait Twelfth etroet, New York.
NYn!??>'NKiY ^YOL' HAVE A TERRI.
itnil get a b!otbiC?f"C '?'?<'IPS, 2IH East Eleventh street,
hit hi i i'? ? i *'?tnenche," a vegetable extract, not tc
cacy tH you buve teated it* almost miraculous ulIF
13AI11ILS CONTIIOLLINO LINES OF FIRF INSI'R
.1 mice and desiring to sell their business will bear of a,
oil'iei!'11" 7 *'Ui< A' "? Uptown Hraucb
?JJOYAL IIAVANA LOTTKUY.?$510,000 DRAWN
J L ovary 15 days. Next druwln October4. Piir.e? cashed;
K.mouf*n? wVor,hlphoat rate, paid for
bjjitnisli Bunk Bills, (loverujiieuts, tvc., ?Ve.
i A3 I.UU A CO.. Hunkers, No. 11 U all stroct. New York.
KOYAL HAVANA LOTTKUY, "*
liu.val Saxon (iovcrnnient Lottery.
Hamburg Eruuswlcl; Government Lotteries.
t, , ? i .. W'ACUSMANN A I D., Hankers,
Post office box 3,310, 73 and 77 Nassau street
''St"1 -'AMUS CLARKE'S SALVATION POWDERS"
LJ cure ilrunketiue s and are tasteless; forwarded by
mail; price $1. Address W. FISIIEB, Cbomist, 4i?i Hudson
street, .New York city.
rj7HE1 ECLECTIC MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE CITY
?'?rk.?Tue public nre ruspectlully Invited to at
ti nd the opening exercises of the session of 1875-70 at tlio
Fin C?ul'S,tu. "IT, corner of Livingston place and East
FifteuutU street, on rin sday oo nlng, Ociober .>, 1875 at 8
B'alaek. HOHKKT S. NEK TON. M. D., Secretary.
TUV i()oN,;:I1S', BANK of the city of new
Id thl imnk S Tr i' m ~T rl,'u *n"uul 'lection of directors
ol this bunk will be bold ut their bankllie house. No. 22 Nas
im ot:011 ' '.'l0 twc'l'tb tl2i day of October
lust., between tlio lioura of 1 and H o'clock P. M.
ifPlilt RUSSELL, President.
fIiqAT^gXIjUISlTit PEIll l MK, DKEXEL'8 VIENNA
A Hell Cologne, is gaining widespread popularity. Even
consumer of cologne should try It. For sale by all drngglsta
''I!YSICIAnT 08, BELP-CURl
X by Electricity; tenth ediiion of Emma Ilardinge ltrit
on s celcbruttfu bunk, just issued. Sold ut 2<Aj West Tbirtr
eighth street; price 5(?c.
TlISuJVJW9 ,ATiK HEUKIIY NOTIFIED THAT
NEW 'Y0KKMH>HUL1?:?. Fell THE
BROADWAY, COKNEK ANN STREET.
1,205 HHOADWAY.
630 SIXTH AVENUE.
SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
LYN BOEIIUM AND FULTON STREETS, UROOK
fJAUE DRAWING OF THE MONTI'ELIEB FEMALE
Humane Association at Alexandria, Va., came off Thura
day, September 30; but, owing to tlio largo number ol Oifta
it was Into Friday before ull tlio numbers wore drawn. A
full and complete list of prises will bo published in Mon
day s Bupors. lho following numbers draw, vix.
?-.wo V0? $100,000
m juT ?*? * druw 50,000
o3,431., drew 25,000
F. METCALFE, General Agent,
825 Hroudwuy.
rpiIE NEW PERFUME?CHINESE (SUN-HUD CO.
A logne. lilghly admired lor its flowery and long-lasting
fragrance, is sold by all druggists and A. LEI TJ AN-1IINO
A CO., successors to A. Hong-Guu-Seo A Co., SU Now Cham
bers stroet. New York.
7 (^^l^T?^K?NrS~WHITK HOUSE BQUOnitT~TOr
1 The best perfume.
Of all druggists.
$35,000.- .low
OCTOBER 4.
BUY A BOND AT ONCE THAT
WILL PARTICIPATE DI
SERIES ALLOTMENT
AT TAMMANY Hall
AT 5 P. M.,
OCTOBER i
$20 EACH,
X. $10 EAClL
ii. $5 EACH.
$35 000 L?C*1 4nd tr*T*"In? agents wanted.
' $10,000,
$5,000,
$3,000.
$1,000, Ao., Ac , Ac.
^For clrculara and Information, apply to and BUY BONDS
THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION COMPANY
No. 12 East Seventeenth streot.
AULN i'S WANTED.
,,. . . Industrial Exhibition Bonds for sale by
WILLIAM L. MAKCY <v !-()., So. 1 Wall street.
Industrial Exhibition Boudis fur sale by
A. WELLES. G7 University place.
Industrial Exhibition Bonds for sale by
WTALTON tt Co., 17s Broadway, room 2.
Industrial Exhibition Bonds for sale by
A. JAMES, 2^i Park row.
Industrial Exhibition Bunds for sale by
MILLEli & UOM 918 Broadway.
Industrial Exhibition Bonds for sole by
BREEN A CO., 580 Sixth avenue.
Industrial Exhibition Bond, for sale by
J. G. WELLS, ai Union miuare, corner Sixteenth street,
under Bank Metropolis, or
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION' COMPANY,
12 East Seventeenth street,
between l!ro.idwa> and 1 iitli av. nue.
407/5 ()()() LOT1 mt
I O.yjyjy* draws October lb. Tickets$! each si*
lor Particulars of II. LOWE, Agent, 2'M and 235 Broad
way, opposite Post office.
$510
nnn H0YAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
Drawn Monday, October 1.
I ^1 T^io.ul.ir,vw!"1'"1' I"'rlR'"lnr., M-nt free.
. C. DEVLIN A CO., Ntatioiiern mid (icru-ral Agents,
3D Liberty street, New York.
xtok.yoj:.
\ ? EAGLE STORAGE WA REHOUSES.?UNHUR.
-Tl. puiwwd facilities tar Storing fiirnltum, planofortaa.
baggage and morcbandisa. Furnlturo i-arefullr remoTed.
103, lft7 and 1(77 West Tblrty-tliR^reVi', ),,.^ &??mw.
A ? STORAGE.?.'WEST SIDE SToRVGE W ARB.
illr . 'ii'. *'?*'' ""liann Btrcet; 77U Green
wich stie.t aod lO Ablngdna ?i|iiarc. lor Furniture. Planoa.
Baggage, Ac., in teparatu ronms; oldeat, lowest In rule
nesii 'k TAUulik'l'resptiiMib'e establislimcnt in tlio busl
? . a, ?ARI. owner and manager. Office, 0U3 Hud
atreet (Abingdon aguareR
*plHPIRK STORAGE W VREIlOl -Es, Foil FLIIMTCHB,
XJ piano, mirrors, bug me nid iM. rcliandl.a. In .eparate
II O-RFIl'v T'tV " x dor .flipped
11. O Illhl.l.V A t p., 1 rnprlutor.., 3SH, 3!*) 882 Hudson ?t*
CTiiRAGK FOR FURNITURE, PIANOS, BAGOAOB,
KJ Ac:.; separate room.: lower rates: every convenience;
J*'?11"'";, Imn tur.. boxed ai d .hipped, MirIIALES A
SDN, J8, 40 and 12 Comuiorce .treat, near Uleecker.
CTORAG*
O FOR
CARRIAGES.
BOOMS LIGHT, CLEAN AND DRY.
TERMS LIBERAL.
' , __ A. H. FLA.VDRAU,
o7- and 3.4 Broome street (old atand of llren.ter A Co).
.VIA II MI,K MV.VTKLS.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
An extensive stock ol Slate and darblo Mantel*. Weak
Tray* uud Slato Work of every <to-..irlptioii.
PKNKUYN sLATE COMPANY,
i Uuion luu iro, Fourth avenue and Seventeenth ?t., >. Y.
AT COST. CLOSING OUT STOCK OF MARBLEIZED
XI. Mantel* Finest selection of marble Mantel*; ull quali
ties, modern do- nv Tiirnin : lor trie trade at S KLAHKR
A CO.'* Steam Marble \V k , \\ e*i Fifty lint street, beta o> n
ilroadway and Eighth avenue.
riRATBfl A MI FENDERS. -THE LARGEST MANU
U lneturer.nl low and half low down Grates, for either
bard or soft coal or w mil with ottr celeprnteil damping anil
shaking attachment; old grates altered to low or half low
down, andiron.; U?? Logs. Screen*, Shovels,'long*, Ac. In
large variety. Send lor catalogue ami price list. ' Liberal
dl.couut to the trade. Co.NdV'I-,11, YVOOLLKY A CO.
. Km 3.18 Canal street, Now York.
QTKWAltrS NEW SLATE MANTELS, INLAID WITH
I ; tile*: also marhle and wood Mantels, elegant designs
prices very low. 22<J and 222 Wu?t Twenty.third ?trcet!
neur Sovunth avenue.
UnA HABBLKIZRD AND M ARB LB MANTELS, NEW
?Jl /1/ designs, from $12 upward, closing out at a great re
duction for ca.li; Marble turning for the trado. A.
KI.AHKR, 134 East Eighteenth street, near Third aveuue
New York. '
UGITAUHANT8.
LMIEM II RE i Al RANT, 5!I WEST TWENTY-FOURTH
I street, between Hroadway mi,I Sixth avenue; hreakl ,?i
Irom 7 to 1; dinner from f, e? 8 p, \| . furniaHod anartniei.ta
DRENTF.L BROTHERS. Pr pri rs. apartment*
LIVE AND LET LIVE.? LADIES' AND OKNTLKMFN'l
oy*t?r and dining room, Broadway and Fulton ilrooti
tna great a*titrt for tba best ty?ter* the country produce*

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