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Eoweky theatre.
MONDAY', October 25, engagement of the pdfilar !
ortu,
Mr*. W. C. JONES,
for on# wee k only, in her new *#nsatioiial Drum? of intense t
interest ?Milled
HOP PICKERS
Revival of the favorite Puree. Mr. and Mrs. PETER WHITE
MONDAY, Ncvriiil? r 1?Tl?? lieautiful ami gift#*! young
? rtUte, MU? HELEN HOl'GlITON, will appear iu her uew
Drama.
,11 BTIXA; or, A STRANGE WORLD.
CI RAND CENTENNIAL OPENING IN NKW YORK.?
X Tli# citiaen* <d New York. Brooklyn, Jersey City. New
ark. Elizabeth, Patereoit, N J., and Bridgeport and New
llaven. Conn.. fueling that the lotted States Centennial is
national in its character and entitled to the cordial support
of themse vr* and their fellow cillnsnt throughout the coun
try do therefor^ thankfully accept the offer tendered by the
proprietor < f Gjlmore'a Garden of tins net proceeds of an
evening ? Conct rt.
Such an (' i on n will afford an opportunity for a social lit
terebangt o! thought, and will tend to create a sentiment
favoring the great patriotic object in view.
This C utic rt will take place at 7 :4T?, Saturday, October 30.
COMMITTEE.
Hon. Rami. ,?. Tilden, Governor of New York.
Hon. o?eph I>. Bedle, Governor of New Jersey,
lion, t'l li. IugeraoU, Governor of Connetticut.
General John A. l?ix. ex-Governor of New York.
General H S. Hancock, l?nlted States Army.
General Hint* fev. Graham, New York.
Hon. Wm M. Evurts, New York.
Hon. Clu ster A. Arthur. Collector Port of New York.
General Thn*. IMilhouMC, Assist. 1'reaa V. H.. N. Y.
Hon. \\ 1*;. 11 YYlckham, Mayor of New York,
llou. Wuu Hunter. Mayor of Brooklyn.
Hon. Henry Traphagen, Mayor of Jersey City.
Hon. N. Perry, Mayor of Newark,
lion. H< nj. Buckley, Mayor of Paterson.
Hon. Robert \V. Towuley, Mayor of Elisabeth.
lion. 1'. T Hnrunm, Mayor ot Bridgeport
Hon. Henfy G. Lewis, Mayor of New Haven.
Hon. T L. J amot, Postmaater, New York.
Hon. Williatu t Conner, Sheriff. New York.
Hon. A S. Hewitt, M. C., New York.
Hon. Edwin K Mi ale, M. C,, New York.
Hon. S. L. Chittenden, M. C , Brooklyn
Hon. A. A. Ilnrdenhergh, M. C .Jersey City.
Hon. Ort -tes t teveland, Jersey City.
Hon A 11 .Green, Comptroller, New York.
Hon. Oswald Ottetid ?rfer. New York
lion. Amos J. Chirk, President First Nat B'R, Elisabeth.
Hon. Roger A Pry or, Brooklyn.
Hon. VA ??i Orton. Pre a W. if. Telegraph Co., New York.
George J< ties. New York Timos
J. II. and C M Good sell. New York Graphic.
Wm. L Str iiig, merchant. New York.
C. L. Tiffany, ..t Tiffany A Co., New York.
Fletcher Harper. Jr., publisher. New York.
Jainea McLean, of Cochran, .McLean A Co , New York,
c. p L* verich. Pres. New York Nat. Banking Asvi'n and
Chairman N Y ?>ntenninl Com. Banks uinl Bankers
Geo. S. * 'ct\ Pre* Atu. Nat. Exchange Bank New York.
B. B. Sherman, President Mechanics' Bank and Chairman
Centennial < ommittee, New York Clearing House.
C. N. Jordan. Cashier Third Nat Il k. X Y.
Chaa. Bard, PrtnTt Continental H'k, N Y.
W, A. lluii. PrcVt Oriental H'k, N. Y.
G. A. Baker. Ca-hier First Nat. H'k. N. Y.
P. C. Ca'.hoan, PreCt Fourth Nat B'k. N. V
W. A. Wheelock, Pies't Central Nat. B'k, N Y.
Geo. \Y McLean, Pres't N. Y. Stock Exchange.
Brayton Iv< V. P. N Y. Stock Exchange.
Edgar \V. Crowell. Pres't N Y. Board of Underwriter*,
F S Winston, President Mutual Life In*. Co., New York.
Stephen < rov/ell. President. Pheni.x Fire Ins. Co., N. Y.
A F. Wilimari! . P. II one Ins. Co.. New York
Morris Franklin, Prerid uit New York Lite In a. Co.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Ins. Co., New York.
Jos. Sell cm in. Baitk?r, New York.
Charles Lanier. Hanker. New York
Drexel, >! r. an A t'?? . Bankers. New Y'ork.
J. F D. Lamer, Fa iker. New York.
Pliny Fr-.-? :u.m. Glob, Life Ins. Co.. New York.
Gen. Ilorae- Porter, V. P Pullman Palace Car Co., N. Y.
Benj. G Clarke, Jersey City
Felix Campbell, member State Ontenu'l Board, B'itlyn.
v" .... It' T T.. I....... ..It C.iiifti.rtn,* V nu/ V. i ?-1/
Norviu Green. W C. Telegraph Company, New York.
John II l>avi>, Bunker, New York
Henry Kibhe. ?f Kibbe, Chaffee, Shreve A Co.. X. Y.
H. Blierrard. Jr.. President New York Transfer Co.
Danl. DotJd, President Newark Saving* Institution.
Beach Vamierpool, President Howard .savings, Newark.
John Keau, President National State Bank, Elizabeth.
C. G. liockwood. Cashier National Newark Banking; Co.
C. L. Baldwin, Cashier Mechanics* Nat. Bank. Newark.
Jas. D. Orion. Cashier Second Nat. Bank, Newark.
Genera! Alex whaler, N. G., S. N. Y.
General \V. G Ward, N. G., S* N. Y*.
Col. Emmon* Clark, Seventh regiment, N. G.. S. N. V.
Col. Jofiah i'ortcr, Twenty-second regiment. N G , S. N. Y.
Col. Richard Voau. Seventy-first regiment, N. G., S. N Y'v
Col. F. A. Conkling. Eighty fourth regiment, N. G . S. N.Y.
Col. Jam???? B IIitchcock. Ninth regiment, N. G . S N Y.
<'oi. <'has > Spencer. Fifth regiment, N. G . S. N v
Col, John Ward, Jr., Twelfth regiment. N. U., S. N. Y.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS FOB THE EVEN
TNG.
C. X. Jordan, Cashier Third Nat. Bank N. Y' Chairman.
B. B. Sherman, Pres. Mec. Nat. Bank N Y . Treasurer.
G. FJ. Benedict# Sec y Mut. Ben. S. Bank N. Y.. Secretary.
Samuel t'arpenter. General Agent Pa. Railroad Co.
A. S. I>oddbl>od i*s Kxprtna, New York.
JUNE ART EXHIBITION. FREE
Misa S. J. GIBBONS will open the Gallery, No. 95 Fifth
avenue, southeast comer Seventeenth street. Wednesday,
27th October, with a large number of original Paintings by
celebrated modern artists.
Tl^ public up- cordially invited.
QTEINWAY liALI,. H. A. HuRN.
^ WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 27,
HENRY A HORN,
the cekbrnlc'l ''..rnmercial Drummer. will delivi r hia lecture
on ? DRUMMING AS A FINK ART.
being an elaborate and amusing roar on
COMMKP.I I.\L TRAVELLERS,
their lives, habits, business principles and custom#
OX THE ROAD
Tirket?... $1 Reserved Heat* $1 50
Can be obtained at the ilall and usual plates
Health, grace and development.?tub
seventh season of FRED. DKN.Nt ?TA KDT'S Dancing
Courses at Nos. HMsallTI West Twenty third street, now
open, Monday ami Thursday. Children ^ 4 1*. II. Ladies
and gentlemen at H P. M Circulars at Decker Bros., Id
I nion square. Application on tha days of itutruetiou at
* MEUD'AN I "NSERVAToRY OF MUSIC, 90 UNION
J\ pla< c ?The first Reception of this season will be bold
at the elegant parlors of the iustitute, on Thursday evening,
October as. Fair ins and friends are respectfully invited.
Admission tickets can be obtained as above.
IIENRY SCIIROKDEIt, Miiatenl Director.
13XERCISK. IIEILTII. AMUSEMENT.?*1. WOODS'
j Gymt a-i in N ? 'i East Twenty eigfctli street. t)p. n
day ami eveniu. Turisish batli. boxing, fencing Special
training for rorpuh nrv. dyspepsia, nervous ileliiiitv, Ac.
Tbo fir '
Mend 5 r circular. The first grand spurring, wrestling, fenc
ing and athlot .<? enti r: limuent of the srus oi will lase place
Saturday <?. ning. N - ember 6.
A DMlssDiN PltEh.?00 AND SEE THE WONDER
fh! Performing Hirds at WILKIXS' Bird and Cage Em
porium 1.2b'. Broadway, near Tbirtieth -tre.t, from 10 A. M,
A FEW GENTLEMEN, MEETING AFTER NoVEM
J\ ber I tbr-.'e evenings a week lor practice iti speaking
French, cor ".el t,i ,m accompliahed profe ,aoi. desire one or
two Do rr ? in tfieut; the only exp'ii*' i in one rate lee for
the professor. Address MAiiloIA|i>, station A.
Pl.V.VOFORTES, ORGANS, 4C.
^ ?FOR KENT-UPRIGHT,. 8IJUARK AND GRAND
? I'ian s d ir own make; also for tslo and rent, a nuin
?er of fine second hand Pianos, in perfect order WILLIAM
XNABE A Cm., No. 112 Fifth avenue, above Sixteenth.
AT HAINES BROS' PIANOFORTE WARKROO.MS
and manufactory, renter Twenty-first street and Hernod
avem- a fine assortment I first class Pianofortes for sale on
reaa-mable terms; a lew l'ianos but littled used at great bar
gains
A ?A?ALL PERSONS DERI ROUS OF PUKCHAIBMO
J\. a genuine second hand Steinwar A Sons piano are
inv tedt1 call it the wareroums ol Messrs. sTEINWAY A
RONS a fine assortment of Stein way Pianos, all in
perfect condition and some of tbetn nearly new. Is constantly
on hand also second hand Planus of other makers
Attempts lie constantly made in tins city and elsewhere to
?ell infer.oi pianos with our name on, or a name spelled so
similar that many people Go not notice the difference and
Durefills<' :lie spurious and often totally worthless instrument
foya genuine Steinwav Piaiio. If persons, lieforo purchas
ing sir in-tr iiiieiit. will take the number of same and call
on STEINW.vY A S'INS it can at once tie ascertained
whether the Instrument is i genuine Rteinway piano or a
forgery. STEINWAY ,v SUNS, steinway Ilall,
1ii7 111 East Ponrtcent i street. New York,
A FINE iSSORTMENT OF HQI'ARK UPRIGHT AND
J\. Grand An n Pianos to rent to first class parties at rea
aoneble rates; i lso a few second l end instruments, neatly
new. at very low prices for i ish or instaltnen's SIMPSON
A CO. sole ti.aniifactnrers of the Arton Piano, No. 5 K i t
Fourtccntl. ?lreet?next to Delnooiie.i ?
\T AN IMMENSE SAORI riCE-A* ENTIRELY NEW
flr-t class Piano, which was taken for * d-".t must lie
?old regardle-s ol cost Piano can be seen at 29! Pearl
?treet, near Fulton, tip stairs
A T $250?WEBER ROSE WOOD PIANFORTE <1l?s
A monthly until paidi; 7 octave, round corner*. Mrved
legs: perfect order; --eat bargain J BIDDLK. 13Wavcr
ley place, near Broadway.
AFT AN" W \ NT ED?OF A GOOD 'ITV MAKER FOR
which a fine lesilier top Buggy will ho exchanged. In
quire of -wrier, 54 Perry street. New York.
a OEN i'LKMAM OF GtlAT EXPERIENCE GIVES
J\ instruction m pianoforte, harflanil harmony, at pupil's
?eaideuce; -lily >IO per quarter; best reference Address,
with r?Side 11 e', THAI IIEtt, box 129 Herald Uptown Branch
office. 1,265 ii. adway.
\ulosing out sale-large, elegant stock
ot Plan ?. at half price by order of the administratrix
of 11. It am s estate, AOS Bl-ecker street; splendid Pianos,
$2tsi, flis.. .*1."si
AUEAI TIFt I. 1' i STOP WATERS OKGAf
near I rev # 1 l?i cash; a fl stop, $$6 i 7 stop Pelmilie
$>Ci cash - I ? ' Mason A 11 ami n, $27 , new and sec on
hand Piam - ind t organs, id our on n and other makes, e'tuall
low far eas! n in taiments or rent.
ID iH \i K WA I'hits i SOW, 4H1 Broadway.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF FIRST CLANS PIANO
f-rte. ,t greatly reduced prices for cash; Plauoa aold
on matnlui< nts ami t rent.
F. St IIELER, 26 East F-mrteenth street.
HANDSOME ROSEWOOD SEVEN OCTAVE OVKH
? ?* ' Piainv ill. and Lnt els.-new Pianos iheape
Alian at uny otiier ho ise in New Y ,rk .1 i AMPBELL, 11
Blaecker st'eec
A
A
GREAT SACRIFICE.? FAMILY LEAVING CIT
*' ? tlieir - lagnlfleeiit grand square four round cn
ner f}, < tare rosewood I'lanufurta. neirly new full
jmarantccd. brlHiant ton# first ...... .-i.y makef, rost$l.2D
for *n5s I dtiad I over. Box tot shipping; alao a tlntibl
round Planulorte, *li5; also pa.b.r, ahamber, librar
dining Furniture, Paintingn, Carpets, Silverware at on
quarter cost. < all this day Residence IH5 Kaet 'rtirteeni
?troet, near Fourth avenue
AN ELEGANT 7? BRADBURY PIANO ALMOST
new. $190. witli Cover and Stool; Immense bargain ln
new upright find square Pianos Ibr cash; Pianos on instal
ments to rent, rent applird If purchased.
__ K RA KAL F,It. 352 Bowery.
A? PI A NOB AT GREAT BARGAIN'S pun CASH
. or instalments: to rent from it per month upward;
3t applied h V DUMHDAY, 24 l uirersity place, corner
a sacrifice or pianofortes for oasii-$bo,
J\. $75 and $100; nljio, to rent and sold oil Instalments
new Instrument*, exceedingly low. GOLDSMITH 8, 2d
Bleecker street, near Bowery
A Nt'NNS A CLARK PIANO, $79; $5 MONTHLY
JV. until paid; 7 I 2 octave; great bargain, Chiekerlng,
,$!<*>. organs to reut; $3 monthly PEEK# ItH.-VP''"**
<yln?? (.Eighth mtti), npnr Broadway. ?
>1A MO yUHTICi, uhua^IM, tWi .
AT Tim MVS' F ACT1 KKR'S ? 1*1 No 7S* CM T WE.
carved legs. all improvements, fWily warranted. $25o,
Mcuad band. #175 upward: instalment* taken; rent, |U?
monthly K CAHLKH, corner tUh av and 23d at.
a okntlkm w is need of money, will sell
*Y Ht a sacrifice hi* magnificent Bradbury Pianoforte,
ru mi wood eaae, lour round coruora, full ograflV, overstrung
buss. with guarauieo. UU of sale and nil modem Improve
mcitl> ntttti'hr?l; i'Uit lor JliVl; Stool and Cover : also
bedroom and parlor Furniture. Carets, Ac. PIuim call. be
fore purchasing elsewhere, at private residence, 21 East
Twentieth street, near Broadway.
A STEINW VY PARLOR OKAND, WKBKIfS. CHICK
XjL eriuj; * and others, upright aid square. also UrriBt,
with and without orchestral attachments, low for cash, on
instalments and for rent. S. X. BALL A CO., No. to East
Fourteenth street.
A BAKUAIN.?NEARLY NEW 7'.. OCTAVE I'AULOIi
xV Orund Piano. qonI $575, for $250. also ilch Parlor Suit
cheap. Mrs. S., 37 Kitat Twentieth street, in ar Fourth av.
A PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL TIlKIil ELKOANT
iY Decker A Bros Pianoforte (at ,**iUTiflc?), a brilliant
toned 7Cj octave, richly carved, four round, rnrewoood case,
full iiicrsffs, overstrung Pi mo, having all imuroveinente;
printed guarantee; bill of sale; cost $1)75 for $JTo; Stool,
Cover; box for shipping; a 7 1 li octave upright Phn >. used
but 4 months; is in perfect order; $25 ); al-o sal in Parlor
Buit. 14 piece*, cost $1 .UX), fur $3t*>; do.. $175; rep Salts,
$30; Chamber, Library and Dining Furniture at '4 cost.
Call, to-day or Son 'ay,* live story brown stone residt nee No.
47 West Dith at., be;ween 5th and Oth avenues. N U.?Can
be seen to day or Monday. I
4 LADY WILL SELL FOR $125 ROSEWOOD 7 OC
Xs, tave overstrung serpentine Pianoforte; modern im- J
prove nents; round corners; including Stool. 23 Third j
street, between Second avenue and Bowery.
CT HEAT BAIULAINS IN NEW AND SECOND HAND
I Pianos of the best quality, yet low for cash, at
FISCHER'S Manufactory and Wnrerootu, 421,423, 425. aud
427 West Twenty-eighth street. i
rAKOft? BEST MAKERS. LARCK LOT TO SELL OR
rent cheap, for cash or bi easy pay rue tit si. ('all mid see
them ot MEKKELL'S, No. S t nlou square.
CJKCOND HAND PIANOS. NEARLY NEW, MADE BV
J. Jit C Fistdici, having broken iron plates; on otter j
j wanted, for them Call < n or address BROKEN PLATE j
PIANOS. HM Bieecker street. ,
! WAiniO. ?A*Y I'KRSON 11 WIS,; \ I (II0KBB1N0
If or Steitiwuy upright Piano, in good order, on storage,
j and would like to receive a small consideration for use of t
| same, can addre-s E. H., Herald office. (luaraiitee given.
IITANTED? FiiWT CLASS PIANO. WEBER OR
? V Steiitway: payment, Equity in small House. Flushing,
or will rent; will offer Inrg ? inducements to avoid paying
ca>h. Address NuNTKAND box 142 P ?t ih ?
ANTED?A FIRST CLASS PIANO CHEAP FOR
cash. Address K. A. IL, Tremout, N. Y\
AY
TIIK LECTIUE SEASON.
1KCTCRE.
J Professor Lister, ?t Cooper Union,
Wednesday Evening, November HI, at rt o'clock.
Subject of the Lecture?
'That the Stars and Planet* Influence fho Inhabitancy of
0ns Earth." illustrated with u large diagram. Tickets $1 ;
to be bud from the Professor, 320 Sixt!i avenue, or at the
door on the evening of the lecture.
POLITICAL.
4 (JRAND RATIFICATION .MEET!NO OF JOSEPH
j!V H. Franklin Asaociati ti. at 757 Third avenue, held on
Friday evening. Resolved, 'That this club indorse and ap
prove of all the Candida!? nominated bv Tunimanv Dull par
ty and guarantee our united support. JOHN KEILY. Presi
Jou
dent; JOHN J. KOI' It K K. #ircri't wj.
A
I.I. KINDS OK
Ful.lTIOAL I'RTNTINO
nt h moment's nntitte, -it
TIIE METROPOLITAN I'KINTINO CnMI'AN'Y.
Ill* llruadwny.
TN LEO HON TICKETS?250. THOUSAND; FOSTERS
J. hnir mmal pri,-c*; ?M kiml* l'nlitlcal Frlnting ;
l{rt our climat ? litffure ordurin^ wlu're. tirtKAT
AMERICAN I'KINITNU COMPANY, HI KuekniRn street.
J) ALIA1 KAMA"! KAMA !!!
(IRA S D RATI FICATJON
MEHTIN'G
OF THE DEMOCRACY,
and all who arc in iavor of mi honest. Incorruptible and
capable Judiciary, and an economical and wlw administra
tion of the municipal government, to be held
at TAMMANY HALL.
THURSDAY EVENING. Oetol.er 28,
ut 7 M o'clock, to ratify III* hum!nations.
IV- Secretary o." Suite?JOHN I5IGELOW.
For State C. uuptrol ler?LU CII'S ROBINSON.
For Attorney General?<!llAS. S FAIKt'll LI).
For Stale Treasurer?OIIAS. N. ROSS.
For Statu Engineer unit Surveyor?JOHN D. VAN
BI'KEN. Jr.
For Canal Commissioner?CHRISTOPHER A. WAL
RATH.
For State Pri-oti Inspector?RODNEY R. CROWLEY.
For Judge of the Superior Oiurt?JOHN ?). FKKi DMAS.
For Justices of the Marine Court ? FKEDKKD K S.
8TALLK.SKCHT, JAMES ii SINNOTT
1 or Judge of the Court of Common Pleas? FREDERICK
W.'LOKW.
For Surrogate?DELANO C. CALVIN.
For District Attorney?PETER it. oI.NEY.
For Recorder ?FREDERICK SMYTH.
Forjudge of tlio Court of Ueneral Sessions?JAMES C.
SPENCER.
For Coroner?GEORGE W. MORTON,
l or Aldermen at I argo?SA M I El. A. LEWIS, WM. L
| COLE, MAGNUS GROSS, JOHN KKILLY.
| Hon. HORATIO 8FA MOCR, Hon ALG'N S. SULLIVAN.
I Il m WM I>OltS|11-;IMKit, lion. FRED K A. CONKLINO
lion IAS. S THAYER. Hon. A. II. DAWSON,
' Hon. FERNANDO WOOD. Hon FRANCIS KERN AN,
1 lion EDWIN It. MEADE. lion. JOHN KIUELOW,
i Hon. CLARES N N. POTTER Hon. S S. COX,
I Hon JOHN Ml'LLALY. Hon ELIJAH WARD.
, Hon Alt RAM S HEWITT, Hon. GEO. M II EE HE,
I Hon HEN.I A. WILLIS. Hon P. A. HOLMS,
and many ther distinguished speakers will attend and td
{ dress the meeting.
THOMAS COOPER CAMPBELL,
UKUltGE W. MORTON.
Secretaries County Judiciary Convention.
II I) i'URKOY,
H 11 PORTER,
fiecrrtarii's County Convention.
(iKoKGKW MORTON.
K It GALK.
II It Pl RltOY,
Secretnrii*g CnminitL** on Organization.
AL'GIATI'H riCHKLL,
Chairman County Judiciary Convention.
DAN IK Ij r. TIKMAN,
Chairman County Convention.
.d?hn kkLly,
Chairman Committee on Organisation.
')?)> WARD DKMOCIIATIC ASSOCIATION MKKTS
? e- fvrrv Tuo day ami Friday evening at.IKmen Sheri
dan' v 540 Klevcuth avenue, between Forty-first and Forty*
ae&Mxl itreet . at H o'clock. Michael Corrigan, I'rejidcnt;
John Fcather^on. Vice President; Frank Kiar, Recording
Secr'Mry; Michael Ur?*en. Financial .Secretary; James
Sheridan, Treasurer; Thomas Gill. S. A. A.
DA VIT\ii AC A 1>EMIKS.
\ J. S.VI'SKS DANCING ACADEMIES.?CLAS.SK.S
J\.? Mu tiic Hall, 114 Knot Thirteenth; Brevoort Hall, 154
K kft Fifty fourtli dreet PRIVATE LKSSONs any hour.
CIKCrLAUsS private academy 212 Ka-t Eleventh street.
ALUM DODWl Kill s DANCIXU SCHOOL, NO. 212
J V Fifth Hventt ', corner of Twenty sixth atreet, will com
mence October 1U; mornings or uttermwm* for hullo* and
children; ovettinga forgentlemen. For particular* send for
a circular. Mr. Frank Dodworth's cUme*, IDS Washington
street. Brooklyn.
AT FERNANDOS DANCING ACADKMY, FIFTY
J\ fifth street, corner Third avenue (I aak building),?
(T**se* Monday an I Thursday evenings and .Saturday after
noon*. Private lessons in Glide Waltz a specialty. See
circular. No receptions on school evenings.
AT J MARS ACADKMY OF DANCING, 2H9
J\ Bleeck-ir street, pupils can attend at their own con
venience without loss of lessons. Send for circular. Soiree
Tuesday evening, October 20, at 0 o'clock.
4 -WILSONS DANCING ACADKMY, 803 WK.ST
Fourteenth street. Plane* now open for beginners.
For term*. Ac., send for circular. ''Glide Walts'' taught.
Soiree every Tuesday and Saturday evening*.
A
T MR. TREN'OR'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
Lyric Hall, Sixth avenue. Reservoir square.
En p. i ? attend bjr TICKET at tlieir COM1 KNIKNCE.
Kecrption* every Friday evening. Send for circular.
4 -CARTIEKS DANCING ACADKMY. PLIMPTON'S
TV. building, atuyvesant and Ninth street.', new classes
now lorming: private lessons a kpocialty; reception every
.Monday even ing, also every Saturday, Tammany building.
A T I A MACPIIERHON S CLASSES FDR DANCING,
J\ I(XI West ThirtyTon tb street, corner Broadway ? Af
ternoons for ladies and children: evenings, Mondays and
Thursdays, for ladies arid gentlemen; also Tuesday and
Friday evcnlnga for gentlemen. Private lessons at all hour*.
Glide Waltx each lesson. Soiree to-morrow evening (Mon
day), October Jo at
BROOKES' DANCING ACADEMY, M\ BROOME ST.
\ NEW CLASS FOR TUESDAY.
AH the fashionable Dances in one course of lesson..
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION at ail hoars,
j These rooms are centrally located and easy of aecpjs from
j all parts of New York, Brooklyn and other adjacent cities.
The first Icons can be taken privately and uo extra
' charge from class prices.
BAI.LETM ASTER DC MARS DANCING ACADEMY*
24 V\est Fourth street?Ail Dances taught perfectly in
| one quarter, six fashionable Daucos taught perfectly in six
j private lessons.
T-xE OARMOS DANCING CLASSES,
J ) 55 West Thirty-third street
Mornings and afternoons for laities anil children.
Monday and Thursday evenings at 8for gentlemen.
I vIAMON'D S DANCING ACADEMY, 368 W EST FOR
I / ty third street. Lsdles, $?">; gentlemen, <7. lessons un
limited; pupils continue ail winter, without further Coat.
Tuesdays and Saturd^s, afternoon and evening,
HLASKO'S CLASSES IN DANCING FOR LADIES,
gentlemen aad children commence Saturday, October
.'in, at I. FG Broadway. Circulars can he obtained there or
at W. Pond's music store, Union square.
Harvard rooms, sixth avenue, corner for
ty second street.?Miss SIIAW has been coifticcted with
seminaries and hoarding schools as a successful teacher of
dancing and hue secured the above desirable hall, to com
mence Saturday. October :tO, at 10 A M For particulars
apply at her residence. 1 11 West Twenty third -tri. t
JO NEII.L'S CLASSES FOR DANCING V! Ill
. old Aondcnir, Scveutii avenue, Germanla Assembly
Rooms. corner of Twenty sixtli strec, Classes Tuesday and
Friday evening* Next soiree Tuesday, November9.
MANURE'S ACADEMIES FOR DANCING?NEW
York, Mi Fifth avenue, near Forty fifth street; Brook
lyn. 3irj Clinton avenue. Circulars may bo obtained at
Hopkins' musil store, -ail Broadway, near Union square, or
at the Academies.
PROFESSOR SHERIDAN'S ACADKMY OF DANCING,
I BID sud 015 Third iivsnus, .Monday and Thursday even
ings Soiree November I.
Elf I RRIOM.
HARLRM, MOKKI8ANIA AND ASTORIA ?ON HUN
day October 24, palace steamers will leave Fulton
Market slip at 10:30 A M., I ;30, 3 .30 and 0 F. M ; leave
Morrlsama'.). II A. M , 2 :?) and .7 P. M,, landing at
Grand street. Ninth street and llUlh street.
rpilR PROPKI.IOR GOVERNOR'S ISLAND LEAVES
i i J? t',L,i0f!? biar, at tl?? Battery erery boar dally.
Including .Sunday, for (iovtjrnor'i Inland. Mualc bf thf baua
Mi \Ut gltgfav9o, ioilyvgd by <-U?m yara4#a
LUiri' AND POIND.
IOBT?THPR8DAY AFTERNOON, A LADY'S IILACK
J rnaavllad Bracelet. The tinder will be nuiUUly rewarded
by returning it lu Mr. THOMAS, at l??a Terry A to. a, HO
Pearl atraet.
IOST-A PROMISSORY MOTE. DKAWN HY JOHN
J Hogaa to the order of Mark Morgan; amount ?2,iK?Y
I due November t, 1*73 The under will be rewarded by re
i turning the eaiuo to WILLIAM HALL A SON'S, No. 00
Fnreyth atraet. Kew York. All |?emona are warned ofne
s,ntiut:i.. fur the pun-tiaac ol the aatue.
T OUT?ON SATURDAY, 23D IXBT.. OK SIXTH Ilk
lJ una, between Thirtv Bfth uutl Thirty sixth atreeta, it
black rorteuioiuiale. letter I i on claup, containing a u n ot
no ne\ in toils; iilso receipted i.ills. Milder will lie .nitubly
rawardnl b\ luaviug same at 2tM President ?t . Brooklyn.
T t>ST? FRIDAY NOO.X, IX FULTON, BKTWKEN NAB
J j .an hiiiI riinrcli straets. an onyx Lock t VV on owe
.an hiol Church -treats, an on. \ t icket; VV
ride. IlkeufPklDMile The Under wi I lie rewarded hy mur
ine sain ? to C II WALtK, care of M S. A Co., 170 Kiilton
street. New York.
r onr-iN ijoimi from forty third street and
1J Eighth nretnie to Korth-BAU street and Fifth nveutte.
rta Ilreailw i.i a SptttiUh lace Scarf A liberal rewnrd will
be paid liv leaving it at 23 West Forty iiftli atraet.
I OUT OS FRIDAY, OCTOHKIt 13, A PAIR OK
J small solitaire diamond Barrings, in a moreceo erise.
The Sniler n ill he liberally rewarded by returning Iheui to
JoilN VV DAY 18. No :I0 South Williatn street.
r ()8T-ON MONDAY KVKNIXO, AT THE ACADEMY
I j at Music, a I.aee .shawl. Th? find, r will bo well re
rardad by calling at 43 Seventh avenue.
T OST-A SMALL YELLOW DOO. VYITII I.ON'. HAIR;
I J liail a red and lilaek collar on. V liberal reward will ho
paid on leaving it tit 22 West Sixtieth street.
IOST?AN ONYX STOXE, WITH MONOGRAM T. A
J set in diamonds. The finder will he rewarded hy re
turning the sunie to oft Hast Fifty-ninth streak.
OTOLEN?FROM DLSBNHDBY'8 STABLES. WHITE
F Plains, N Y Oetoher 21. one hav Mnre, ten years
old. fnurMcU 1 and high, and ono litoi top Buggy ; rod
str pe on one of lb a' ? !?; $30re?n ti for ricovery ofirip
ertv. 1). d AN III It Y It Bill).
K10WAMDS.
O; ~ HEW Villi?FOR THE RETURN OF A BLACK
?JW and tun Shu. left Ironi No. 114 Hat t Fifty-Brat street
on Friday; red collar, stained from cutting ears.
Ctj I 11 REWARD.?LOST, A LA RUB WHITE SPIT/,
1 * ' Dog The above rewnrd will ho paid hy returning
liini to No. 205 Seventh avenae.
(JlHI REWARD?A BLACK SPITZ DOU, ANSWER
?JVC* * lug to name of Frill, lost in Pine street Inst Monday.
The above reward yd!] be |>aid for his safe roturu to L.
WATERBL RY A CO., CM Front street.
Q*If\ REWARD? FOR TUB PAWNTICKETS FOR TWO
?pi * r diamond studs and pair onyx sleeve buttons, liken
from room on Clinton place Ne questions asked. Address
HAMLET, Saloon, O.i Weal Twenty third street.
IF THE MAN WHO FOUND MUFF IN V VOAN'T
1 I t rear of 73 West Fnrtv fourth -tract, yeetonlay inorn
ing, will return it to No. 1)21 Lexington avenue, be will be
liborally rewarded by the owner.
SPECIAL XOTil'ES.
A ?SODA WATER. MINERAL WATERS. UINUER
j\. Ales, iBHrkllng Wines; manufacture ol enmpleto out
lit-of Apparatus add Materials, with full instrnetlons; all
departments ol manufacture, bottling and dispensing; ex
elusive Rights in desirable territory; catalogues tree. JOHN
MATTHEWS, First avenue. Twenty-sixth and Twenty sov
cntli streets. New York.
A?SATURDAY, OCT HO?V FEW DAIS LEFT
. to invest in tlie drawing of the
Kentucky Single Number Distribution.
$.??>,(Ofi in citsh distributed to ticket holders.
I gift of ' . .$"-0,000
1 gift of. 20.000
1 gilt of lo.ooo
4 gifts of$3.1 SSI 2'1,003
lo gifts of $2..' 00 23,1100
5,;?2 others, from 91,000 each to $10. All payable in full.
Now is the time to Invest.
Tickets, $10; halves, $5; quarters, $2 30.
For tickets mid iiifuriuuCott apply to
Til OS. II. HAYS A CO..
OOO Broadway, New York.
\ -ISAAC 0. HOYCE. 207 BROADWAY. LAWYER,
A. x,
it. Notary. Ci.mniisaioiier.?Divorces obtained promptly .
without publicity, causes-?desertion, incompatibility, ha
bitunl drunkenness. Infidelity, inhuman treatment, eonvlo- ?
Hon of felony. Passports obtained.
WAYERLEY
J\. place.?The radical cure of Siamuioring and Stuttering
hy a system of instruction founded upon correct physiological
principles a specialty. Send for circular.
A LAWYER OF EXPERIENCE MAKES COLLEC
tioim and prosecutes -suits free* of charge unless fliicceSt
ful. Address LAW. box 179 Herald office.
A?THE Finil AND MAIN DRAWING
? of the
Eighty eighth Royal Saxon Government Lottery
will take place from November 1 to 22, 1875.
39,< OK.) Priivs to be drawn out of 86,009 tickets,
of which is :?
1 Priso of DCX),I*KI relchsmark, equal to $120,090, gold
1 Prize of 309,099 reich-mark, equal to 72,000, gold
1 PiUe of 2uo,oou rcichsmark, equal to 48,<mju( gold
1 Prize of 1 fH?,?**) reichxruark, equal to J!0,009, gold
1 Prfoe of 100,009 reichsmark, equal to 24,009, gold I
1 of 50,000. 5 of 30,000, 2t> of 1.5,000t .50 of 5,000, tiO?)ot
3,000, 700 of 1,000, HC)U of 500, 1,000 of 300 ami 31.919 of j
200 reiclismark
The above drawine Is ^narantcod by and u.ider the super*
vision of the Royal Saxon government.
Full explanatory circular* free.
TIIBODOR Z8CIV0CII
Rox 5.594 Post office. 11*1 Nassau street. Now York.
4 ?A.~$3<J0,000.?KENTUCKY STATE L0T1ERY
draws October 30.
Royal Saxon Government Lottery
Drawing from November 1 to 22.
Capital prise $120,000 in gold.
Ad areas J. T. EDGE A CO.,
Financial Agents,
90 Broadway, room 2.
Post office box I 390. New York.
A -OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF TIIE KENTUCKY
? State Lotteries.
KKXTrcxr, kxtka clams 91?OCTOBKB 23, 1S75.
10, 23, 13. 77, 52. 79, 9, IS, 33, 62, 45. 3, 65, 22.
EKHTtTKY, ("LiSM 92?OCTODKK 23, 1873.
49. 55, 94, 3. is. 29, 79. 79, 45, 40, 20, 34, 17, 7S.
J. S SMITH A CO., Managers. Covington, Ky. Post office
box 2,751. New York.
-PARKS, EMERSON A CO., AGENTS FOR
Kentucky State Lottnrios, drawn dailv.
Royal Havana Lottery, drawn every 17 days.
liiii ii 11 *av nil ii ijuibui/, iimn ii ciri/ mi 'my*.
tucky Single Number I^ottery. drawn October 39, 1875.
ixex cashed, information furniniicd and circulara sent hy
?e*siiij< PARKS A CO., 189 Broadway, room 4; Post office
?5,272. Private office attached.
Office boars, 7 A. M. to 7 P. M
Doctors iiai.i. a gibbs, editors hall's
Journal of Health," 137 Eighth street, four door* east
of 750 Broadway. Electricity employed In cast) requir
ing it
/ T K.\ N l> PRIZE. $59.903?WYOMING LOTTERY
I I draws October 3o; $273,999 to l>u dintril iit. il; tickets
$l,*ix for $5; circulars mitilud free. Address liox 1,028
Post office, New Vork.
Havana lottery.??B40,o<io in prizes every is
days , next drawing No\ -onlier it; prixes cashed ; circu
lars of iuftirinattoti tree FERNANDEZ A CO Bunkers,
late J B. Marlines A t o I" Wall street, rear, basement;
box l.'twfi'uit office. New York.
?OFFICIAL KENTUCKY STATE DRAW I NOB.
. XrxTllKV, KXTKA CLASS NO. 693?(M.TOSKIt 2d, 1875.
?j, 62, :t. :tt, ai, 4!?, i->, :>7, ?ft, 7, :w, 00.
XKXTL'I KV, < I.ASS BO. (KM?OCTOIXU 211, 1875.
57, 39. 33, 22. 36, 49, 7tl, 59, 7, til, 3, 44, OO.
III.NItr, KXTKA CLASS so. MSB?octo BBR 23. 1873
36, 18, 71, 16, 77, 06, 73, 7, 28, 52. 32, 20.
IIKNBr, CLAM NO. 000?OCTOHKK 23, 1875.
54 , 42, 15, 2, 35, 85. 38, 17, "si, 73, 61, 50, 7<X
SIMMONS, DICKINSON A CO., Managers.
K-FOR INFORMATION IN THE ABOVE ADDRESS
.? J. CLVTK, 290 Broadway, or Post office box 4,960.
xr ? OKAND "MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION ~OF SIM
J\ ? MONS, DICKINSON A Co s Kentucky Drawing, on
tloi Havana plan, to take place on October 30; also Royal
liar ana, of t aba. Xovember4. For information on the above
address J. CLl'TK, 209 Broadway, or Post office boa 4,9KI>.
KIWWW CASH GIFTS
Wliole Tickets, $19.
Kentucky State Single Number Lottery, on Hut ana |tlan,
drawn October 39, 1873. Cirenlars sent free,
PARKS, EMERSON A CO Agent*.
189 Broadway, room 4. Post office box .'>,272.
?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS, NEURALGIA;
.? startlinir discovery ; instantaneous relict ; permanent
cures I>r. STODDARD S now method cures tlio worst cases
in lialf tbe time heretofore required. No. 8 West Fourteenth
street. Sunday hours, I to .'>
K?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS, NECRALOIA,
? radically cured by Dr Keek's v> ondertol method. This
treatment surpasses anythingever offered lor Catarrh and
its results Call and try It frre, or send for circular. Dr.
HOYT, Medical Director, 21 West Twenty fourth street.
K -CHRONIC CATARRH. DEAFNESS, NEURALGIA
. ami all tie: results of Catarrh radically cuind 1>> Dr.
Keek's method. Circulars free. Dr. HOYT.
21 West Twenty-fourth street, New York.
K?CHRONIC CATARRH. DEAFNESS, NEURALGHA
? successfully treated by Dr Keck s method. We desire
the very worst cases One ticatinent Doe. Send for circu
lar. 2l West Twenty-fourth street.
K ?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS -THE ONLY
? offico In New Vork where my method of treatment
can be procured is at 21 West Twenty fourth street.
_ "r J <: KKCK
K? CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS?DR. KKCK'8
, new and wonderful method cures every case. Dr
HOYT, 21 W'i-st Twenty-fourth street flours, 9 A M. to 9
F M,; Sundays, 1 to 5.
]OTTKRI F.S, CIRC I EARS AND INFORMATION OF
J the Kentnckr state and Havana lotteries sent fren t>y
addm-sinf JOSKrll HATES A Co , Agents, No. 202 Broad
way, New Vork. Post office box 2,281.
Vf INK, SEAL AND SABLE FURS DARKENED AND
i.?A restored to h?.k liko new . lining, altering, Ac
J. D. WILLIAMS, 330 Fulton street, Brooklyn.
1)AR1IES IfAVINO CLAIMS AGAINST THE PETRO
b-um Fire Extinguisher Company of New York may
learn something |o their advantage hy addressing L. VV., Iiox
109 Herald office.
Koyal Havana lottery,?$540,oOO drawn
. every 15 days. Next drawing November 3, Prises
cashed; circulars of information furnished i highest rates
paid for Spanish Bunk Bills, Governments, Ac., Ac.
TAYLOlt A CO., Bankers, No. II Wall street, New York.
I10YAL II A VA N A LOTTERY,
V Royal Saxon Government Lottery,
Hamburg and Brunswick Government Lotteries.
WAl'llSMANN A CO., Bankers,
Post office box 3,316. 75 ami 77 Nassau street.
SPACE WANTRD-FoR A NEW LIN* Of HOLIDAY
goods, in the windows of the principal apothecaries,
fancy goods, cigar and toy stores on Broadway, Sixtli ami
Eighth avenues. A liberal per centage allowed. Mall agnnts
wanted. Addrtik WINDOW, box 170 Herald Uptown Branch
offico
The public ark hereby notified that
the following places are the: only
authorized offices for the receipt or
ADVERTISEMENTS and SUBSCRIPTIONS for the
NEW YORK HERALD ?
BROADWAY. CONNER ANN STREET.
1,365 BROADWAY
&.*> SIXTH AVENUE.
114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET. PHILADELPHIA.
Cornea bo&rum and pulton streets, brook
LVJL
SPKCIAL. NOTICE**.
CJILVB* SBOWCABBB. WOONO HAND, A.s OOOD
?l"?. ?* KUI?Y
BIlorilKKn, llruit.|w >1) roruer KrmikHn ?tr*rt.
lyiLHON ,t MINTOSH, 1MB HBVBNTII AVBNITR,
' * whole,*!, dealer, In aecokd hand Bottle, ?ud Deuil
joliu*. Buttle* pocked and .hipped tu order.
\\f ITU T1IK (.IIKATKST AM.IINT OK MBWfl
>> BVKKY NIOHT
AND TUB LAIMIKST IHKDULATION
UK ALL KVKSINO l-AHKIW,
TUB MOAT POI'U.AE PAl'KK OK NKVV YORK
IS TIIK
EVEN I NO TKLKOBAM.
4:97 ^ (Win -WYOMINO STATE LOTTERY
V? I OiV/l'v. draws 1.1th and ,'iOth every month;
ticket ?, # 1, coital pri?e, Information, call on II.
UIWK, 23* Broadway : address by mull the mauattcr, J. M.
i'ATTKK, Laramie t'Oy, Wyoming.
Tickets. $10; Halves, $5; Quarter*, $2 50; Eighth*, $1 25.
P. C. DEVLIN .1 CO., .Statloncrs and Ufiieral Agents,
30 Liberty street, New York.
SPOUTIMi-i)OH?, HIltDS, ?&('?
\ MUST CLASS LIVK1C AND WHITE SETTER DIM.
. three years old, thoroughly broken and guaranteed every
war, will be sold at auction l/v ARCH. JOII N'STON, ut hut
Auction Mart, 10 to 25 Kant Thirteenth street, on Tuesday,
at 10 o'clock.
(UOBfl CAOM. BIRO OAOX8.
J JKIIE. JOHNSON. Jr., 58 Lil crty street.
Or; b 1 ( p mlng Exhibition, .Voidtv. October 25.
I uiiuen ?? stock. 20 to ."ill per cent I elo v nil #r dewier-.
lAlNi: n tu UY rrvolykrh, brkkoh loading
1 Cutis for sale cheap. W. IRVINO, 77 Fulton street.
TjllNE WILLIAMS A POWELL BREECH LOADER,
I? imported to order f??r$25o; also Maynard Rifle, with two
extra barrels in case. II. O. SQUIRES, No. 1 Cortlandt st.
Ta^OR SALE?:i KINK SETTER DOOS, A LOT OF TKR
" riers, 2 fine Newfoundland Pups. 1 English Greyhound,
2 fine pair of Ferrets; also fancy Fowl. Pigeons, Malteno
Cats, Rabbits, Ac. E. E. HALE, 2O0 Fulton street, N. Y.
IPOR SALE-TWO VERY SMALL AND FINK BRED
I? Skve Terr lor Dogs. Can be seen at 123 West Fiftieth
street.
TaV)U SALE-TWO RED SETTERS, FIVE MONTHS OLD.
I? 222 West Twenty-ninth street.
THE TURF.
VT WKsT SIDE DRIVING PARK, JERSEY CITY
Trotting Monday, October 25, 2 P. M : purse $5<M>.
Oh. g. Silvertail, h. g. Judge Robertson, d. g. Doit, s. tu. La
vina, r. g. St. George, s. in. Ellen Mary. Also unfinished
2 :50 race, one heat trotted. Also match for $2U0. Admis
sion, $1. Stages from horse cars to track.
V \NKKCREN \ BIRDS ALL.
American jockey CLUB.
Extra Autumn Races
at Jerome Park,
SATURDAY. OCT. :w>. and SATURDAY, NOV. a
Races commence punctually at 1 :30 P. M.
A. BELMONT, President.
C. Whkatly, Secretary.
A LOTION AND KKKNOII POOfTs SOLD, MORNlNO |
J. Y and evening, at Thomas' Exchange, 1,233 Broadway, j
on the Washington races. French pools open from 7 A. M.
until the races commence. Tickets $2. Orders by mull or ]
messenger receive prompt attention. GEO. M. T1IOMAS,
PROSPECT PARK FAIR GROUND ASSOCIATION,
SECOND FALL M K K TIN G.
FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20.
Purso No. 1?$!<*>. 2:40 class. 18 entries.
Purso No. 2?$1,2 X\ 2:24 class. in entries.
SECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27,
Purse No. 2?tf4m. 2 :22 elsss. 10 entries.
Purso No. 4?$ 1,030. 2:20 class. 5 entries.
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28.
Purse No. 5?$B0O. 2:iH class. 5 entries.
Purs- No. (5?$2,50 t. 2:21 class. 0 entries.
FOURTH DAY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20.
Purse No. 7?$400. 2:38 class. 10 entries.
Purse No. 8?$500. Double team. 4 entries.
Races commence each day at two o'clock prompt, good day
and track. Admission to field grand st uid and quarter
stretch, $1 50; to field, $1. Club house. Introduced by a
member, $2. ?
Steam cars leave depot Twentieth street and Ninth ave
nue, at 12:20 and 1:20. E. O. READ, President.
Gkokqk W. Oaklky, Superintendent.
CJEA VIEW PARK GROUNDS.?GRAND TROTTING
O "ii Saturday next, October 30. Two troth will take place
at ,*he above grounds on the 20th Inst. The first for a $100
pur.se. free to all horses that have never beaten 2:50. The
second a $50 purse, nearest to 3 minutes; entries to close on
Tuesday next, October 26, with TIKIS, LUBY, Manager.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, AC,
A MORTGAGE SALE.
BY VIRTUE or A CHATTLK MORTGAGE,
i will expose fob sale by public
AUCTION. TO-MORROW (MONDAY) Oitf'. 25,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON.
AT THE PRIVATK STABLE OF MARTIN PF.NDERUAST,
NO 152 WKST THIRTY-SECOND STREET,
BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND THIRD AVENUES,
TIJK FOLLOWING PROPERTY OF HORSES, CAR
HI AG KS. HARNESS, KoHES, BLANKETS. AC.,
including the well known trotting Gelding lluni|ity Dumpty,
l.Tt, tiwntls high, 7 yours old. by Ethan Allen; c*Q trot in
2 :3U hml is warranted sound a:td kind.
Also the lino and fast thoroughbred More Ninette, 16}j
liana* high ; she can trot In 2 .25, and is a very superior satt
dle beast; can be rode and dr ac by it lady or child, and is
warranted sound and kind.
Also the fast brown Oeldlng Lookout, lojf hand* high, 8
years old : was *1 red by llysdiek Ilainblctonian, dam by To
ronto Cltief; can trot tlireo beats In 2 3>; lias trotted iu
2 .JlHj ; is one id' tlie best roads(rrs In this State and is war
ranted sound and kind.
Also the famous Trotting Gelding Honesty, 15}^ bands
high, 7 yenrs old; he was sired by Wtnthrop Morrell, dam the
fast hay man- Lady Wells; he Is one of the fastest and best
gsited roadsters iu this country; lie can beat 2:30 on any
track, and warranted sound and kind.
Also two Top Wagons, side bar and full spring.
One (! spring Top I'oiiy Phaeton, 3 sets single Harness,
1 sot of double Harness, 2 white fiw Itobes, 1 elegant seal
fur Robe, 2 seal Lap Robes, 8 Blankets, Cireingles, Whips,
Halters, Ac., Ac.
N B.?BALK POSITIVE, RAIN OR SHINE. STOCK
NiiW ON EXHIBITION.
Ity order of CORNELIUS FARLEY,
CITY MARSHAL AND ATTORNEY FOR MORTGAGEE.
OFFICES. FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET DISTRICT
COURT AND m NASSAU STREET.
UCTION HOUSE OF VAN TASSKLL A KEARNEY,
110 AND 112 EAST THIRTEENTH STKEKT,
NEAR FOURTH AVENUE.
REGULAR SALES OF HOUSES AND CARRIAGES
WILL UK HELD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,-AT
10 O'CLOCK.
GENTLEMEN WISH I BO TO PURCHASE. OR THOSE
having Horses and Carriages to sell, will find Ibis house per
fectly reliable, as this business will lie conducted on the smile
straightforward principles which have governed it in the
past
WE GIVE THE PURCHASER OK EVERY HORSE
THAT IS WARRANTED SOUND FROM 24 TO 43
HOURS FOR TRIAL
Horses, Carriages, Harness, Blankets, Kobe*, Ac., always
on hand at private sale
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
A
A UCTION HOUSE OF ARCH. JOHNSTON
JV (lute Johnston A Van Tnssei),
10,21, 23 and 2.". THIRTEENTH STREET,
near University place.
SALES OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES ARE HELD
KVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK.
ON EVERY HORSE WARRANTED SOUND
FROM 24 HOURS TO 3 DAYS FOR TRIAL.
| THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND MOST RELIA
I BLE HOUSE IN THE CITY.
Gentlemen having horses or carriages to sell, or thoso
wishing to buy, will And our business continued on pre
cisely the same strict and honorable principles which
have alw ays characterised the dealings of our house and
won the respect and confidence <# the business commu
nity as well as the public at large.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
A RCII. JOHNSTON. AUCTIONEER,
A OFFICE AND SALESROOM, lit TO 2". THIR
TEENTH STREET, NEAR UNI\ EKSITY PLACE.
THE ENTIRE EFFECTS OF THE CARRIAGE
AND WAGON MAM FACTORY NO. 333
HUDSON STREET. BETWEEN CHARLTON
AND VANDAM STREETS.
ARCH JOHNSTON will sell at auction on Wednes
day. Octobor 27, at 11 o'clock, as above, com
prising in part:?
Fifteen Unlabel and unfinished Express Wagons, all
sizes, with tops and no top*,
Twenty full spring and side-bar Wagons, finished and
unfinished, tot a and no tops.
Two extension top l'ark Phaetons, new; ono Cabriolet,
now.
All the Blacksmith's Tool*, Forges. Bellows, Anvils,
Drills, new and scrap Iron, \ ise? aid Benches,
Paints, Oils, unfinished Wheels, RlialtS, Ac ; tile
whole to be sold without rosorve. Catalogues now
ready at the office of the Auctioneer, .
A?30 HORSES WANTED TO BOARD FOR THE
, winter ; good care and attention given; at the Essex
County Stock Farm. Address box 45 Post office, Montrlair,
N. J. II L. SMITH, Proprietor.
Apart of stable to let?three stalls on
ground floor, ample carriage room, with good apart
meuts for coachman. Apply at No. 14'd West Thirty eighth
street.
Y SPLENDID COUPE, POLE AND SHAFTS, IN FINE
il order, city mailn, very low to suit the times; also good
Top Wagons, cheap, at
BARTOW A BOYLE'S, 0 Seventh avenue.
Alight top buggy for sale-made bv law
renee. used ono season, cost IM S', price $150, Apply
to coachman, private stnhlo f>7 East Forty-first street.
A GENTLEMAN WISHING TO REDUCE HIS EX
penscs, will sell his entire establishment, separate or
together, consisting of a pair of 16 hand llorsos, a first oluta
Paris Brougham llrctt, nindo by Miner A Stevens; Sleigh,
double IIunless, Ae. Address A. B. C., Herald office.
A -BERLIN LANDAUS. LANDAULET, ROCKA
? ways and Depot Wagon. These carriages are unsur
passed In workmanship and style; sold fur the neat price
offered previous to moving. HAM, 10 East Fourth street.
A FINK CUT UNDER COUPE ROCK AWAY.
leather curtained, cloth trimmed, light and rooiny.
1,305 Broadway, corner of Forty-sixth street.
A BEAUTIFUL TEAM OF JET BLACK HORSES;
long tails, 3 years old, 16 hands; fine rendition ; used
to the city; to he sold cheap, as they are too heavy for
owner's carriage. Apply at stahlo 2'i? West Eighteenth st.
\ LANDAU WANTED-SEi'OND HAND, BUT LITTLE
IV used, at reduced price. Address, with all particulars,
?akar, cost, age, style, price, Ac., box 1.D51 Post office.
-BEAUTIFUL SMALL SIZE LANDAULETH.
? in perfect order, at a bargain.
A T DEM A REST A CO., 028 and B30 Broadway.
A
LIGHT BROUGHAM,
for one horse; splendid condition; at a bargain.
ANDERSON s stables. 112 West Fiftieth street.
T OKF.AT B*J*?to?k o'f elegaul CM^,*daul?t?.
' our enure stone Victoria".
Landaus, Phaetons,
A ?fOil SALE, A HANDSOME PAIR OF BLACK
A . Horses, 15.3 high, 7 years old; all climated and gentle.
Also would like a situation for a good ooarhman whom lie ran
recommend as first cloo* i" every particular. Addr... a#,.
6 um Peag office.
IIOKttBS, (AUUIAU^S,
A?HOK8BM AND f AltHl AtiKri WANTKD?IM KX
.? chantcc for gmHl Rm*| K.inte; value uboui $o,(JOU. Ad
dress box 229 Herald oilie?
?SI35 WILL BUY A FIRST CLASH LEATHER TOP
? Buggy, cost $45o lust May; a fine IlnrsfU $50, coil
$110; a good extelision ton Phaeton $S75, cost $8fiO .same
time ; a naudsmne Portland Cutter $7.1, cost $225; the finest
road Horse in city $275, warranted sound and kind ; 7 yearn
old; trot* fast; all the above art Idea are the property of a
private gentleman who itinat sell in consequence i?f truing
Sooth. Seen at private stable, 33 Kant Twelfth street. near
University place.
A GOOD CHANCE FOR MILKMEN OR OTHERS ?
J\ Four Stall* and Wagon Room to let, separately or to
gether, at stable 217 and 211) West Thirty-seventh * *ct.
A ? CARRIAGES.?EZRA MAKSII. IS EAST KIGH
2\? teentli street, near Broadway? Fine Carriages for city
and country " ' * *
and vrarrant
BAUGlINS in 8KOOND HAND carriages.
An eight spring Landau. A Landaulet.
Alt eight spring Clarence, A curtain quarter Coach,
a u*iit ?.?u.
Aiii ?arenee. Four and nix seat Phaetons.
All in good order and for sale cheap.
WOOD BROTHERS,
7a(J Broadway.
BROWN'S CLUB STABLES, 21.'! AND 21.1 WEST
Forty-first street, m ar Broadway. ?Forty open and box
Ft ills, all on ground floor ; the most healthy and best ven
tilated stable in the city; Board $3U per month.
B
US IN ESS WAtiONS FOR SALE?ALL SIZES. TO
mm carry from twelve to thirty hundrtd weight, nuchas
butchers', halter**, grneera', plumbers*, milk indbxpreu; ?
large assortment constantly on hand ; will he sold on monthly
it atalments of $2f) per month if required, at the corner of
Navy and Johnson streets, Brooklyn.
/"COUNTRY BOARD FOR HORSES?AT OLKN COVE,
\J Long Island ; fall pa-.turo; heat references. For par
Uvular* im|iiire of VAIL, 8IIOTWELL A CO., 52 Greenwich
street.
IT'OU SALE?TEAM SORREL CANADIAN HORSES,
L 4'hands, 7 and S years old: warranted sound, kiud;
good travellers; a trial given; sold for want of use. Inquire
of carman, 88 Ynndaui street.
TjlOR SALE?A FIRST CLASS SIX-SEAT RUCK AWAY,
X? made by John It. Lawrence A Co.; glass panel sides,
folding step. Ac.; at stable of JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Forty-fifth street, near Sixth avenue.
IIOR SALE?FOUR AMERICAN HORSE CLIPPING
Machines and exclusive right to usethtmin llutbou
and Essex counties. New Jersey.
JAMES DAVIS, its Waircn street. Now York.
IjlOR SALE-BAY MARK, 5 YEARS OLD, 15V HANDS;
perfectly sound, stylish and line gaited; sired by Mam
brino Pilot, dam by old Hamilton; pedigree warranted;
owner thinks, from present indications, that this mare is
sure to make a trottor. A gentleman can have a road team
boarded, with best of grooming, within three blocks of
Windsor Hotel; private stablo. Add res* ROBERTS, box 129
station A.
IIOR SALE?A BREWSTER COUPE (POLE AND
shafts), as good as now, byfa gentleman who ha* given
up keeping horses. Call at EDWARD Ml'KPHt'S carriage
factory, No. 225 Greene street, New York.
flOR SALE CHEAP?A GOOD HORSE, WAGON AND
Harness, specially suitable for A physician. To ho seeu j
at CONNOR'S Stables, 134. 150 and 138 West Thirty-ninth j
street, for two days.
TjlOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?A FINK PAIR OF
X Horses, Clarence, Phaet ?u, top Wagon, Harness, Ac.
Address J., box 5.44? Post office.
IIOR SALE?AN IRON GRAY HORSE. 0 YEARS OLD,
ltDa hum's hifdi; Is sound and kind; weight I,BOO
pounds; suitable for truck, double or single, or coupe; any
trial will he given. Cull e.t No. 9 Clarke street.
ElOll SALK-THK CELEBRATED GRAY HORSE
Rocket, Kentucky bred, raised at Alexander's Wood
burn stock farms, Kentucky; regarded as the best trained
saddle horse hi the country ; took the Urst premium for style
Miul action at the Queens Count v Fuir, ridden by M. Ue Bus
signy; will be sold oil reasonable terms. Call at ('. LAMB
A SON'S stables, 13 and 15 East Fitly eighth street.
IriOlt SALE?A MODERATE-SIZED LIVERY AND
Boarding Stablo; established eight years; stock iif go<><1
order and doing a good business; cheap rent; will be sold
reasonable for cash ; noue other need apply. No. 349 West
Thirty sixth street.
TTIOU SALE?A VERY STYLISH, FAST YOUNG MARE,
D sound and kiud; ami new Brewster Buggy. Address
CARSON, box 104 Herald office.
Irion SALE?A HANDSOME BRIGHT BAY THOR
oughbretl Kentucky Saddle Horse, IB hand*; finely
J raited; warranted sound and kind; wortli $500; will be sold
or $350. Addre?(g KENTUCKY, box 198 Herald office.
I poll SALE?TEN TRUCK AND WAGON HORSES,
1 warranted sound and kind: wilt be sold at a sacrilice, as
the owner lias no further u*s for them. To bo seen at No.
243 East Twenty-ninth street. Also Trucks and Harness.
TTIOU SALE?A SORREL HORSE, IB HANDS HIGH, 7
F year* old; Kentucky stock, three-quarter bred; a supe
rior dog cart, coupe or carriage horse ; warranted sound and
kind. 150 West Thirty-first street.
IpOR SALE?GOOD WORK AND DRIVING HORSES;
1 also one good Road Horse and Wagon; w ill sell cheap as.
I have no use for them. Apply at ice stable, 349 West
Thirty-sixth street.
Harness and horse blankets at low
prices.?Good Buggy Harness, hand made, from $12 up;
good Gncr a Harness, $24; good Milkman's Harness, $28;
good Double Truck Harness,$28; good Stable Blankets.$1 50;
good Ruad Blankets, $3 up. Call im^ex amine.
C. B. JOliLKY, Manufacturer, 43 Murray street.
HORSES' BOARD.?PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN
to one or four horses at farm threo miles from Forty
second street ferry; terms $19 per month. Good Pony Phae
tons or Cutter taken in payment
paymei
WM. REANJER, Fairvicw, Bergen county, N. J.
Horses boarded in the country for the 1
winter.?Warm stables, ground floor, personal attention
given; fall pasture ; carriages taken with horses; best city '
references. S. LOCK WOOD, Woodbridgo, N. J. ]
Houses for winter board?two horses
Ink i'ii fur t lie winter; best of carp anil attention guar
| anteed; llr.it clau private stable. Apply to C. M., 117 Kim
j atrcet.
Horses wanted?a mating team, of any
i oior, 15 hands 2 Inches : short, thick, nni ov. r 7 years,
and good travellers. < 'ommunicate with CHARLES BROWN,
37 West Twentv-iiintlj street.
Horse, top grocery or express wagon and
ilanieaa,$100; heavy Horse, Track and Harm's , $125;
separate If required: Canadian Pony, Business Wagon mill
Harness, $hi>; forced to sell. 132 Seventh avenue, corner of
Eighteenth struct.
IF YOU ADVERTISE
1 IN THE EVENING TELEGRAM
YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE READ BY
OVER FIFTY THOUSAND PEuPI.E.
J
EKSKY Bl'Lij MONK, 15W. SIHH IMPORTED
Tallvho, sun, dam PerfcctiM, IF.'. >7; fawn mid little
I white; iSmnntlis; small slxo; can serve vnung heifers;
price $100. For safe by J. C. A D. FKNNi.\GTON, Paler
son, N J.
T I VERY' AND BOARDING ETA BLE FOR SALE?A
.12 rare chance to enter into an 'II ' stah^lslieil, steady
paying business; well stocked, and desirable location; a
bargain. Address LI VERY box 1 111 Herald nlBce.
ONE LANDAU. ONE CLARENCE, ONE COUPE, ONE
Barouche, 20 top and open Wagons, by Brewster. Stivers,
Dusenbnry and otlmr good city makers; one Sulky, one
Skeleton, Rockawaysin all styles, top and open Pony Phae
tons, new and secend hand; Coupe Rock away s. lour and six
seats; top and open Express Wagons. Blankets, Lap
Robes, Harness, Ac. WILLIAM II GRAY,
2>l and 22 Wonater street.
PONY,?A BAY SADDLE PONY, SUITABLE FOR A
hoy or girl, for sale or exchange foe Harness or Cutter.
Can he seen at Kendall A Bellinger's stables, corner Seyentll
avenue and Thirty-eighth street, or address GEOIIOE W.
LAIRD, No. 5 Hold street.
QTYLISH. FINE ACTIO NED DOG CART OR COUPE
I) Horse, Cart, Harness for sale cheap; any all. In
quire, for two days, for BIRD'S, Simpson s Klahlce, 14S
Eait Thirty-ninth street. ______
QECOND HAND CARRIAGES.
O One Clnrenri), In very tine order; one Coupe.
1 Coupe Rock away, 1 suspension spring Victoria.
1 Mail Phaeton, 2 TCarts.
13 Wagons, by Breast >r A Co. and other good makers.
Also several other styles, all in good order
A. S. KLANDRAU,
372 and 374 Broome street (old stand of Brewster A Co.)
SECOND HAND
Glass front Landao.
Coupe.
Lundau. Luudaolet.
Clarence. Coach.
Dog Cart. Cabriolet.
Coupe Rockaway. Si\ scat Hock away.
Top Wagon. No top Wagon.
All by lirst class makers. Prices low.
BRADLEY, PRAY A CO., 25 Union s<iunre._
QTABLES.?TO LET, TWELVE STALLS, NEWLY
0 lilted op in first class order; must be seen to be appreci
ated. Apply at 57 or 02 Sheriff street.
rpilE public' ark HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
1 THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARE THE ONLY
AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR THE RECEIPT OF
ADVERTISEMENT8 AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE
NEW Y'ORK HERALD :
BROADWAY', CORNER ANN STREET.
1,265 BROADWAY.
590 SIXTH AVENUE.
114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
CORNER FULTON AND BOEKUM STREETS, BROOK*
IAN.
rrtllOKOUGHBRED JERSEY CATTLE (REGIS TERED
J A. ,1. C. O.j, black Hand org nnl light Brahma Chickens.
For sale by J. C. A D. PENNINGTON, Patterson, N. J.
mo LET?PRIVATE STABLES, AT 131 AND 113 WEST
A Seventeenth street and 144 West Fntieth street, he
tween Sixth and Seventh avenues.
JAMES STI hEMAN, 70 Wall street.
, rpo LET-PART OK PRIVATE STABLE No 122
1 West Twenty fifth Stieet ; thre O' I.-or Mlull with ear
riage room: other p?rt Occupied by owner; ean h- v eil at
any time; key at carriage factory 124 Wt-.-l Twenty liltli ?t.
TO BENT REASONAHLY-PAItT ill' A FIRST GLASS
stable for three or four horses and two or three car
1 rleges, Ac ; every convenience. Apply- at 175 Fourth ave
nne, near Tlitrty-seeond street.
TO RENT?A NEW STABLE, SO 215 WEST FIFTY
elghth street, between Seventh and Eighth m,unites;
I threo stalls: plenty of carriage reom; gas ami water. In
i quire of E. I. LEW IS, 155 Leroy street.
mWO DUSHNBURY A VAN DUSER I I LL SPRING
A top Wagons and other second haml Wagons, full spring
and side bar, top and no ;op. all in -rood order, at lew rates;
also now Wagons at reasonable prices t , Hon.- the estate of
the late William J. Van Duser, 1,513 and 1,513 Broadway.
ANTED?GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT; TEAM OAR
rlage horses; payment, small llntisr. 12 rooms, Flush
lngj 2H minutes; half boat train*: four blocks front depot;
value, H?un. Address NOSTRANl), box 142 post office.
ITANTED 1 SE FOR KEEP, \ GOOD HORSE AND
f Depot Wapon, or Rockaway, for the winter, by a g.-n
tloman a short distance In the country; good care and eare
fnl u age Aderess HOUSE, tatx 17? flornld office.
WANTED TO RXCIIANUE-A FULL SPRING
It leather top Buggy, by \V5 od Itros-, for a Side Bar. Ad
dress J. W. T? room No. 3, IK". Fifth avenue.
11TANTED TO BXCIIANGR?A RAY ROAD MARE
vr for a black I inipe llorse, anil would liko tojmrehose
Coupe or Landaulet Address COUPE, box 17) Herald
w
w
WANTKD-AT A BARGAIN, A SECOND HAND
Coupe or Landimlal of sum# good make. Addrese,
rith oaah or lev. C. U.. box 133 lleisldL'utOWU Branch office.
M oustC'AHRl AfiES, AC.
2D HAND CARRIAGES. COUPE. IIOCKAWAYS, DOG
Cert, Kiteuslon Top Business Wagon, Hug*l)i>. tl-eeai.
Coupee, Victoria; not style* of Carriage* ami Harness; popu
lar prices. M ANUKACtURKKS' II Si ION REPOSITORY,
032 Broadway.
<4*1 fUl NEW CITY BUILT SIDE BAR
"t l"" Top Wagon, worth HI; look at It. Qarriaoua'
atablea, vomer of Furty seventh street anil Broadway
L. TBRWILLIOEB.
499'y ,,f?? OI'\*! QUARTER COACH and
?F-k?I A/ Mfd mounted Harm**, worth $4tk>; also anew
top side bar Wagon, cHjr built, for $13,j worth $175. 121
Went Nineteenth street.
A?
WA1KTED TO PURCHASE.
NY PARTY HAVING A STOCK OK CLOTHINiJ
_j, adapted for Baltimore or Washington retail trude c m
hear of an immediate eeah purchaser l>y addressingGHiHtOK
CHESTER. Carrollton House, Hultlmore, Md.
A PAIR OP DUELLING PISTOLS, ALSO BALLARD,
J\. Remington und Wesson Killer, for gallery nw. Ad
dress, ninthly riiiiiiltlun, price, Ac., W. P. GEORGE, HeraLl
Uptown Branch office.
/HOAR STAND WANTED?DOWN TOWN, IN A FIRST
V7 class reatanrant or Inncli room. Address, stating terms
and location, B. K. 0. P., bo* IBS Herald Uptown Branch
office.
I WANT TO BUY A SHOE STORE IN' A COUNTRY
town 25 or 30 miles from New York; must he a good piece
for basin est; the Stock must lie (nod; residence over store.
Give particulars, for one week, HaNLY, Herald office.
POTATOES, APPLES, AO., POB BXPORT.
E K. CUDLIPP A CO.,
154 Maiden lane; box 4.4B7 Post office.
TTT ANTED?CARPETS?NEW OR NEARLY NEW;
?' must hi in good condition; will be paid for In painl
?f. kalaomlning, puper hanging, Ac. Address CARPETS,
Herald ufllce.
~W"ANTED TO PURCHASE?THEf KIXTUREB AND
TT figure ol a Cigar Store at a reasouahle rate. Adtlresa
J. J. S.. Herald office.
"llf ANTEIITO PURCHASE?$80,000 WORTH OK READY
made Clothing, hard pan value, for cash on delivery ;~
must be suitable for retail trade near New York citv. Ad
dress It. ($., box l.'.iiil Post office, New York.
TIT"ANTED TO PURCHASE?A LA ROE PHOTOGRAPH
IT Camera, for copying purposes; also a large Dall
meyer Lens, Dishes, Ac. PHOTO-GALV. RKL. CO.,
* 129 West Broadway.
TIT ANTED-AN KK1IIT FOOT SHOW CASK, LONG,
II low Counter and Shelving, Address FULLEUTOM,
35X East Fourth street.
TTTAN'TKD?A FIRST CLASS OYSTER HOUSE, BE
IT tween Third and 81 xth avenues und Kuurteeuth and
Forty-second streets; no agents. Address II. B., Herald
Uptown Branch office.
MAUIIIjK HANTEL8.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
An extensive stock of Slate ami Marble Mantels, Waste
Trays and Slate Work of every description.
PKNKHYN SLATE COMPANY.
Union square. Fourth arcnuo and Seventeenth at.. N. 5'.
AT COST?CLOSING OI'T STOCK OK MARBLKIZKD
Mantels. Finest selection of marble ManicD; si I (llial
Hie-, modern designs. Turning for the trade at 8. KLABKR
A CO.'S Steam Marble Works, West Fifty-lirst street, be
tween Broadway und Eighth avenue.
/"N KATES AND KENDER8.?T1IE LARGEST MANU
V T faeturers of low and half-low down Grates, for either
liar.l or soft coal or wood, with our celebrated dumping and
shaking attachment; old grates altered to low or half-low
down, and irons, gas logs, screens, shovels, tongs, Ar. in.
large variety; send for catalogue ami price list; liberal dis
count to the trade. 00N0VER, WOOLLRY A CO.,
88$Canal street. New York.
QTKWART'S NEW SLATE MANTELS, INLAID WITH
kJ tiles; also liinrhlo and wood Mautels, elegant designs;
prices very low. 220 and 222 West Twenty third street,
near Seventh avenue. -
GAA MARBLF.U5ED AND MARBLE MANTELS. NEW
OUv designs, from 1(112 upward, closing out at u groat re
duction for cash; Marble turning for the tracts. A.
KLAHKIt, 134 East Eighteenth street, near Third avunuo.
New York.
A
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SiV.
T 80 NASSAU STREET, BETWEEN JOHN AND
Fulton streets, NEWMAN LEOPOLD'S. Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Ac., negotiated; likewise Life Policies,
Wurehouso Receipts. Ac.
NEWMAN LEOPOLD, ?0 Nassau street.
AT NO. $ ELEVENTH STREET, THREE DOORS
west of Broadway. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver
ware, Silks, camels hair Shawls and all kinds of Property
bought and sold by ROBERT J. ROSENTHAL.
AT 114 NASSAU STREET. ROOM 5, WILLIAM KEI
MAN'S.? Loans negotinted on diamonds, watches.
Jewelry and other goods : same bought and sold.
WILLIAM KKIM AN, 114 Nassau street, room 5.
A LADY NEEDING MONEY IMMEDIATELY FOR
furnishing Iter house, will sell very cheap a pair of
Diamond Earrings and Watch aud Chain. Address 0. S. R.,
box 159 Herald office.
Advertiser, requiring money immediately,
will sell, at s soarlco. a vary fine pair of large solitaire
diamond Earrings and handsome Cross. Address HARRI
SON, box 1C2 Herald office.
Bargains in diamond earrings?$70. $?3, $143
and $20,) a pair; watches and Jewelry repaired by lirst
class workmen. GEO. C. ALLEN, 1,190 Broadway, near
Twenty-ninth street.
Diamonds, watches, jewelry, silverware.
Furs, Camel's Hair Shaw ls, Ac., bought, ami sold hack
when desired, ut a very small advance. GEO. 0. ALLEN,
Jeweller. 11,IS) Broadway, near Twenty niutli street.
"155OR SALE?A PAIR OK DIAMOND STUDS. A PAIR
r of Diamond Earrings and live Diamond Kings, cheap for
cash. Address DIAMOND, box 127 Herald Uptown Branch
officn.
T.TOR SALE?A DIAMOND STUD, WEIGHING 1
Jd carat, less I-10; very brilliant: llttlo off color: very
wide surface; price $*>>i cash, nooxchange; Address MORE
HOUSE, llerahl office.
For sale?a very large and fixe pair ok
Poarl Earrings. Address MARDEN, box 19U Herald
office.
I I NIX) BROS.,
J Diamonds, solitaire and cluster Earrings. Brooches,
Rings, Crossos and Studs; gold Vest and Neck Chains, Brace
lets, Sets, Horse Timers and Watches of every description;
Silverware, Opera Glasses, Music Boxes, Ac.
UNDO BROS , 1,207 Broadway.
SABLE MUFF, BOA AND WRISTLETS, f.X); MINK
VI off und Collar, $35; 2 black walnut marble top Tables,
$23 and $35; handsome velveteen Polonaise, $13; 2 Singer's
Sewing Machines, $10 end $15; 24 yards purplo plaid Silk,
$;?. LINDO BROS., 1,887 Broadway.
1 OC7 BROADWAY, OVER HERALD UPTOWN
I. ? ') I Branch office, room 11 (parlor for Indies) ; branch
1 2 )7 Broadway ?Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Ac., bought
ami sold. LINDO BROS.
CLOTHINti.
AT B. MINT//S, 24* THIRD AVENCB, BETWEEN
Twentieth .tnd Twenty-first streets?Ladles and ?? tie
men will he surprised nt the greet prices paid In cash for
cast-off Clothing, Carpete and Jewelry for the Wei tern and
Southern trade. Orders by post punctually attended to by
Mr. or Mrs. MIMTZ.
A T 1,274 BROADWAY, BETWEEN THIRTY SECOND
J\ and Thirty-third street!, Broadway prices will ho paid
for cast-off Clothing, Ac., by calling on or addressing B.
HARRIS, No. 1,274.
A GREAT DEMAND FROM MY AGENTS FOR
Indies' and gentlemen's cast off Clothing, Carpets,
Furniture, Diamonds, Laccs, camels' hair Shawls, Jewelry.
Ladles and gentlemen will he astonished at tlio prices we
pay ill cash. I'Lease try and satisfy yourself. Call, or noto
to Mr. or Mrs. ANHAI.r, 17M Seventh avenue.
I RECEIVED A LARGE ORDER WHICH COMPELS
me to pay the highest prices for Ladles' and Gentlemen's
Cast off Clothing. Carpets, Jewelry, by calling on or ad
dressing Mr. or Mrs. MORRIS, 182 Seventh avdnue, near
Twenty-lust st.
ASTROLOGY.
A WONDERFUL CHILD, GIFTED WITH SECOND,
si gilt from birth ; tells everything without 'piestiouing j
slot.'ii properly, business matters and absent friends. Rest,
deuce 111 East I'll'ty-lirst street.
4 STROLOGl.lt. ?PROFESSOR LISTER, 22!> SIXTH
j\ avenue; eend Ibr circulars. Address all letters to box
4,829 Post office, New York.
A FRENCH I.ADY TELLS FORTUNES AT NO. 459
Sixth avenue, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty
eighth streets, over tlio corset store.
A-MME. LA BLANCH, THE GREAT UNRIVALLED
. Business and Medical ( lairvoynnt. No. 102 West Thir
ty lir-a street, third door west of Sixth avenue.
'a TTENTION ? KNOW THY DESTINY. 'CONSULT Tlli
J\. greatest living Clairvoyant. Gives luck, causes mar
riages tells everything. 13!) West Forty first street, near
Broadway.
A $1,1)1!) REWARD; No IMTOSmON; GREATEST
. business (Clairvoyant Is Mrs. FOSTER; names In full|
numbers; satisfaction or no pay; SOc. to$l. 34 Lexington
avenue, near Twenty fifth street.
4 - MME. IIKlliNOLl, MEDICAL AND BUSINESS
A. Clairvoyant, tells names, ahows likenesses, Ac.; 50c.
nndfl. No. Iflo West Twenty Mlh etrewi.
4 TTKNTION !-CON S U LT AT ION ON BUSINESS, LAW
j\ soils enemies, losses, absent friends, love, marriage
and death.' 510 Sixth nveurn*. UTWrlllr ,
Mine. HI.NGWI, Clairvoyant.
lARENCII LADY TELLS FORTUNES?I'RIrK MflD
1 crate 482 Fourth avenue, between Twenty-ninth and
'thirtieth streets. Ring third bell.
1 r TOO WISH TO KNOW YOUR DESTINY AND
1 avoid humbug, go to the unrivalled mcdicHl and business
Clairvoyant, Mine. BKloNolil; your name; your wish;
j inn business. 150 West Twouty-lllth street, between Sixth
?nd Seventh avenues^
I ITTLK NELLIE, QUEEN OF MEDIUMS, BORN
IJ wiili tliis giTt. tells everything; talks with dead friends
anil absent friends; stolen property a specialty , those wish
ing truth satisfied. IQil Fourth avenne.
MME. BOSS, GREATEST LIVING CLAIRVOYANT,
gives advice in marriage*, lueses, sickness, business,
Ac. ; tells eveiylhlug. 7U3 Sixth avenue, near Fnrty third st.
ME. COLLINS, A RELIABLE AND TRUTHFUL
Clairvoyant. 275Sixth aventt, near Seventeenth ?L
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MME. KESTKLL, MIDWIFE, SINCE IS40. NO. I
sst Fitty-socond street, first door from Fifth iviinufc
MME. MAXWELL, 114 EAST TENTH STREET.
;lve? medical advice to Indies und children gratis.
-DR. AND MXB. GRIND LB CURB ALL Com
plaints; 23 years' practice. 112 West Fnrty eight Ii st
-DR. AND MME. VAN BU8KIHK?KKSIDENCB
No. 151 East 2>H11 st., between 2d and Lexington avs.
4 DVICK FREE. -DR. AND MME. ROTT CAN I1E CON
ii. suited confidentially. No. 47 West Thirteenth street.
10NSULT DR. OR MME. WEST-ALL COMPLAINTS
cured; advice Iree". 45 Bleocker etreet, near Broadway.
BROWN, OF 22 EAST TW ENTY HEVENTII
street, ran lie found at II2 West Thirty lirst street.
KB. HARRIS, EXPERIENCED FEMALE DOCTKJMS'
10East Twentieth street, cures all c?iuntaiu.e
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