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AMCTIMMn. ?
rA?,tJ?? LE8TEI1 WALLACtt
Doors open 7 SO. Commence at 8 o'clock
MONDAY EVENING, N^i"mbar 8, will be produced
Robertson's most Perfsal
First MM"?-* V?W; of oyKT
who will tin"'* bisorigiuaHha'?? t?r of
hv soecisl irrinnmrnt made ?ith Arthur CUsnsy, Esq.,
nrourietor of lbs tilubo Theatre. Boston.
Mr II J MONTAOUET. . .as ...llou GEORGE D'ALROY
iaa noted bv him ?' the Frlnca of Wale* Ibeutre. Loadou),
Mr (jl STEVENsON ....?? CAPTAIN ttAWTKEE
ibis firm appasrsuce at this theatre).
8AM GEKKIDCE ,first tluiei Mr K M. HOLLAND
1)1 xuN Mr. J. i. JOBferns
ESTHER tl"CLEB Mise ADA DYAB
.11 acted by bor Id tho English Theatre. .
POLLY KCCLES Mini KICK IK GEKMON
MA ? WhIhK DK ST. MAUEK Mma. PUN-lal
NEW SCRNBEY AND APPOINTMENTS
PlrM CASTS Matiuoo. SATURDAY, Nov IS, at I 30.
The repreeeotatlvaa of "Caste" are neceeaarily limited to
TWELVE Nit.ill's and TWO MATINEES.
?t LOME THEATRE,
r 728 and 730 Broadway.
WM. H TALLMADGE A CO PropHotora
K W. BUTLER and C. W SHAKER . .Managers
D MI
EVKKY ACT A FEATURE.
aaags
A SPLENDID BILL OK NOVELTIES THIS WEEK.
THE SPECIALTY OP THE DAY COMBINED.
First appearance uf
Mile. EVA.
tbn world-renowned Tight Rope Artist. trom the principal
theatres and circuses of Eurupa, in conjunction with
Mr HERBERT WILLIAMS and Mr. PRANK WHIT
FAKER, the popular Josier and Vocalist. who. during hie
performance! will open bl* budget of Songs, Jests, Boa
Mete, ipiey Jokea and motley I'hlloaophr.
Aided by the musters oi Elocution. .
Messrs. HOMER and llnLLY,
the greet specialty Artiata
Mile. ZITELLA,
the great sensation Vocaliat
Maura. TIERS EV and CHON1N
in tlieir trulv laughable Sketch.
Mies LIZZIE KKLSKY. Miss CORA CUSUMAN,
Mlaa KEMP
CHARLEY BENEDICT'S original Sketch of "Jefferson
vt Booth : or. the Sleep of Twenty Year*."
The Smallest Man In the World, Commodore NUTT.
The funny Clown, ALEX. ZAUPIUTTA,
ami the
GREAT PANTOMIME TROUPE
and other
POPULAR ARTISTS
EVERY EVENING.
See bllla.
COZiOSBEUM?REMODELLED,
Broadway and Thirty-fifth itreet
CARD.?The manager U happy to announce that the great
difficulties in the way of illuminating the auperb Cycioranilo
pageant of the "Siege of Paria" have been wholly over
come. and evening exhibition* will henceforth be given
regularly.
THE SIEC.E OP PARIS,
THE SI Ei i K OK PARIS,
THE SIEGE OP PARIS,
Mw moet impressive Art Exhibition ever *een la
Already elaited by delighted thousands.
OPEN ALL DAY AND EVENING.
OPEN ALL DAY AND EVENING.
Admission to Colosssum, 50c. No axtras.
THKO. THOMAS' SYMPHONY CONCERTS
AND FULL PUBLIC REHEARSALS.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON. November IE at 2,
FIRST PUBLIC REHEARSAL.
Admission, 75 centt; reserved seats. $1.
SATURDAY EVENING, November IS, at S,
FIRST SYMPHONY CONCERT.
OVERTURE. "Iphignia in Aulis" Clock
?*?CGRALK, ^ j Christmas Oratorio Bach
CRADLE SONG, .
Mine. ANTOINETTE STERLING.
Symphony No. H, In F op, R3 Beethoven
DER DOPPELC
_Ui VENDER Schubert
Mine. ANTOINETTE STERLING.
A Symphony to Dauie't "Divina Cotuedia" Lisst
A CHORUS OK FEMALE VOICES
Admission tickets to the concert, $1 and 91 50. according
to location; reserved seats. 00 cents. The sale of tickets
will commence on MONDAY morning at the box office of
Steinwny Hull; Schiriuer'a, 701 Broadway; 114 Broadway
and at 3a Union square.
Bowk by the atre
Monday, November S, engagement of tbe popular actors,
Messrs.
GEO. AND SID. FRANCE,
In thalr great sensational drama,
marked for like, and
WIDE AWAKE.
STEINWAY HALL.
NORMAL CLASSICAL SERIES OF
SIX SOIKKLH ML SI CALKS,
hi which the whole of
RUBINSTEIN'S SELECTION
from the works of Bach. Handel, IJaydu. Scarlottl and Mo
tart wiirhe performed, with important vocal and instrumen
tal additions. The selections from Bach, Handel, Ac., will
form the first part of each programme the second part will
consist of the best and most interesting modern vocal and
instrumental music.
Several distinguished resident artists are engaged for these
Boirees. Artists not yet engaged, wishing to take part, will
address the undersigned, under whose superintendence these
roncerts are given Circulars, giving ftiu particulars, can he
found at the music stores, at Stoinway Hall and at the Nor
mal Conservatory, No. 2H East Fourteenth street, near Union
iquari- The first Soiree takes place on Wednesday, Novorn
MrH If. A. GERI.ACU, Director.
I1HILHARMONIC SOCIETY.
ACADEMY OS MUSIC.
ERR TFIEODOR WACHTEL (Tenor),
M \1E MAX ETA FALKaU EHBACH (Pianists), and
USER A. NEUKNDuRFF (Conductor for Uerr Wachtel),
have kindly volunteered Ihelr services
una will upbear at the
GENERAL REHEARSAL, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12, AT
2 :30 P M . mid at the
CONCERT. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13. AT H P. M.
GRAND ORCHESTRA OF THE SOCIETY.
UERR CARL BKBOMAM Conductor.
PROGRAMME.
1. Overture, "Julia* Cesar. C' minor Hum Von Uulow
I. Concerto. pianoforte, op. IS. 1< minor Brahma
MME. NAN ETTA FA LK-AU EHBACH.
1 Rent* Aria, "Ella mi lii Rapita." Vardi
HERB THEODOR WACHTEL.
t. Trauaerlptlon, pianoforte, "Mif summer Night's
Dream, ' Lisst
MME. NANKTTA PALKAUERBACH.
L Id ad, "Lietierhntschalt." Pfettsr
HERB THEODOR WACHTEL.
I. Srwiphouv, No. 3, "Krnira." E fiat Beethovaa
ADMISSION TO GENERAL REHEARSAL, $1.
ADMISSION TO THE CONCERT. *2.
N B.?>e.oion subscribers are respectfully informed that
Ticket, of Admissien will only no received on tha data for
wtneb tbay are issued.
^TADT THEATRE, 45 AND 47 BOWERY"
THURSDAY AND SATURDAY EVEN INGE, Nov. 11 and IS,
the world renowned
JUVENILE OPERA TROUPE COMPANY,
for two nights only
LA ORANDE DUCHKSSK DK GEHOLSTEIX.
Carmen Morun (H years old' as La Grand Grande Duehessa
Suadatupe Moron M years old) as Wanda, together with 3D
lurenila Artist, of extraordinary talent. Grand chorus and
sri-hestra. Tickets, $1 50, fl, 75c . "sic . 35c., 25c. Tickets
to he had after Wednesday. November 10.
BY ALL MEANS READ THE NEW YORK DRAMATIC
NEWS?the freshest, brightest weekly. It is only dv?
cents, and contains a splendid colored csrtoou by Matt
Morgan
ORATORIO SOCIETY OF NEW YORK.?THE SI B
scribera and members of the Chorus ate reminded that
the General Rehearsal, with Orchestra of St. Paul, will taks
place on
MONDAY EVENING, November H, at 7 o'clock,
at Steiuway Hall. Entrance for both on Filteeulh street.
Punctual attendance earnestly desired. Chorus et seven
precisely.
"VTOL SHOULD ORDER THE DRAMATIC NEWS
1 tive ceutsi from your newsdealer. It contains bril
liant arm ies, splendid cartoons by Matt Morgan and all ths
Dramatic and Musical News.
c
dickering hall.
Fifth avenue bud Eighteenth street.
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.
First appearance in New York af the illustrious Pianist
and Composer
HANS VON BCLOW,
who will commence a series ol
PIANOFORTE CONCERTS
In this city, the first of which will lake place on
Monday' evening, November la, at s O'clock,
the occasion of the Inauguration of the magnificent
chickening music hai.l
Ths orchestral accompaniment to be by a band of FORTY
FIVE carefully selected instruiiiontaluts
Conductor Dr LEOPOLD DAMROBCH
RESERVED SEATS $2.
The sale of seats will begin on WEDNESDAY, November
10, st the music store of E. .1CIH. HKKTII A CO., ilk Union
tenure, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, and 114
Broadway
The cniCKERING pianos are need at all VON BULOW
Concsrta
VfASONh' TKMPLB?WD STREET AND flTH AV.
Ivl Grand Charity Benefit in aid of the ( amp Chapel Mia
Moii, bv the Irving Dramatic C.uo, assisted by the celebrated
pianiste Miss isopbia Flora Heilbron. Miss A. Beore (con.
trailo end lbs Mo tart Musical Union amateur), on Tuesday
?veiling, November IB, 187 >, at S o'clock. Tickets for sale
st the 10111 pie and at the Windsor end St. Nicholas hotels
aud the Ashland House.
1RLL YOUR NEWS VENDER
Pries Ave seats.
\Y
'ENDELL PHILLIPS,
ASSOCIATION HALL, November A.
Tickets at Courier's, and 33 Union square.
B
UY TUB BEST
of weeklies for fire cents,
TUB DRAMATIC NEWS.
o
?SLY (I 25 PER WEEK -ALL KINDS DP VARIETY
Dam <ng taiigtit for the stage , thorough satisfaction
0<"*nieed. J'tllN 11. PULLER late Fuller ? Hughes),
Marlon House, corner Spring and Crosby stre.-ts.
f IBNTRAL PARK GARDEN (LATE THOMAS') GRAND
,V..ho<i'*lr Socabies, evary Saturday evening, at S; this
ifp RNCEFt!12*Broad way** "?lUr"' **? A""* A "
A CARD-THE AMEKHAN CONSERVATORY 0?
Music Is Bow located at HM Union place, near Clarsb
dun Hotel, the most central and beautiful part ol the < tr
HENRY dCHKOEDKR Musical Director
N. B. ? Heading end Elocution taught by M-s .1 11 a
Thomas, lata instructor and Lscturer iu ths mate laacheri'
Institute
LtOLONEL MONSTKRY'S SPARRING, FENCING AND
) Shouting Academy, ttl'.i Sixth avenue.?Boding tuughi
Si 24 lessons Importer end dealer in superior ksuciug Ap
yurataa and Honing Olovee. Sand for circular
TjiRNEST NEVER'* ORCHESTRA -MUSIC F')R CON
111 carts, parties, waddings, tbsairicals. Ac om.e, 112
Filth aveuus iKnabs S). Hours from 10 to 13 A- M and 3
te 9 rim.
"TirONDERFI L PHYSICAL MEDIUMS.?THE MAY
T? HIHTERn will giro a Seance this evening November 7,
as H o'clock for materialisation of spirit hand, faces them,
ths dead appear and speak to tbo visitors; and also W? lines
da1 evening. WW Fearth avenue, near Twelfth street.
amlsemkwts.
iiDif theatre tenth week.
'tVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY RATINES
EIGHTY DO LEA a. *HB FLORENCES.
NO FREE LIST EXCEPT THE PRESS.
04111 PERFORMANCE MONDAY. NOT EMBER &
PIANOEOHTES, ORGANS, *1'
T~!a.-all"peiwons DESIK(?1S op pcrci^ino
A.. * genuine second hand Stelnway A StkinWAY 4
Invited to call at the warerooms of Hewr*. 8TE1NWA* A
SONS, where a tine assortment of Stelnway 1Pinn?
perfect coudltlou and some of them nearly new.!is constant y
on hand: alee second hand Piano..'f ?'^J_m1~,#"Uwh?re to
Attempt, are constantly made In this city an (Uel| 8?
?ell inferior piano, with our name on. or ? ,nd
?miliar that tuanv people do not notice 1 h, instrument
purchase the spurious aud often totally worthW..?
for a genuine Stelnwar Piano. If pertuu*. f"^aroe and call
>"k' ]Earf y*? SONS U at once he ascertained
ou brr.iNVVA* ?* su?*o ?? . fitulnwav uitino or a
whether the '"'"^^^v'a^SON^ Stelnwa/l/all.
forgery. b,^Vll Ea.t Fourteenth .treet._New York._ j
rrtR RENT? UPRIGHT. SQUARE AND GRAND
?FOR KEN it ui?n 1.1 r nale and rent, a num- .
. Piano, of onr own make. oriler WILLIAM
ts tKEVrii N'"'!- mh'avenue. aboee Slateenth.
AT HAINES HKI.S' 1
A. and manufactory, corn? Pianoforte* for .ale on
ra asoaablt'termV;?'is'fe'w Piano, but llttl.d used at threat bar
gain*. ? ?? i
7 ..c viriSE PIPE OKUAN AT A MODERATE PRICE
n ?MsssKsrsx^as..
40 West Eighteenth street
Tt an IMMENSE gACRIFICE-AN ENTIRELY NEW,
A llrst class Piano, which was taken for a deb :: mn? be
imhl re pa rd I ess of cost. Piano can oo ?een at 3?1 Pearl
.treet, near Pulton, up stair*. j
i PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING A PIANO, FOR \
A Which tliev have no use, will .ell it, " ?a^i7?h and
Apply at i!7.r> Second avenue, between Thirty-sixth
Thirty-seventh street*. I
A CLOSING OUT SALE?LARGE. ELEGANT STOCK
A of Pianos, at half price by order of the
ol O. Barmore I estate, 3G? Bleeelter street; .plendld Pianos,
$juo, $ion, $150. -
A M AtlNIFlCENT 7 OCTAVE PIANO, ALMOST NEW,
A goodni alter, cost *??>. will he sold at an .uimeuso
sacrifice lor cash. UN'-' Bowery, near Third street.
4 -WEBER, STE1NWAY. CHICKERINO PIANO
A. fortes and Organs b.r^usforc..i: F100to ^O W
to $10 monthly, rent applied. J. RIDDLE, Id vsaveney
place, near Broadway. ??
A MAGNIFICENT JO-STOP WATERS ORGAN. LITTLE
A u.-ed. $1IO cash ; a rt-stop. $F?>'. * 7 ,t"P PeloubeL l*
eaeh- a 4 Octave Mason A ll amlln. $37 ; new and ^ , j
hand Pianos and Organs, of our owu and
makers, equally low for cash, on 'n?,?!*,"\tl, or.
ware room* 4*1 Broadway. llOKACh WAIKK* A ? . ??
t HANDSOME 7 OCTAVE OVERSTRUNG PIANO,
A $145; also first clas. new P1 *!'V??T?lLs'wa'rertwm'
each piano fully guaranteed at J. CAM! BELL s Wareroom,
113 Bleeelter street.
A LADY WILL SELL K<>R $130 HANDSOMELY
A carved rosewood upright Pianoforte, cost' ra'"''
em improvements; perfect order; sweet, powerful tone.
Third street, between Bowery and Second avenue.
* ?PIANOS AT GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH OR i
A. tn.talm.nu; to rent from iMlgrmontU^gward. rent
e 24 lTDifenity place, comer of Ninth street. ,
4 ROSEWOOD 7'i OCTAVE PIANOFORTE, FOUR
A round corner*, carved leg* and case, made by Decker A j
5r,s cost for less than $2U>; Stool and Cover ! rl
vate residence, 343 East doth street, between -d and 3d
RVeUUl'H, ?
V PRIVATE FAMILY WILL SELL THEIR ELEGANT
\ Decker A Bros, l'iunofuite at ifttcrificei; a i.Va octave. ;
richly carved, four round rosewood case, brilliant toned, ho
a -radc overstrung Piano. having all improvements, printed
cu vT. uicc-. hil of sale, .cost $W75, for $375; used only seven
moiithsf stool. Cover; a Steinwuy 7'* octiv. rose wood
l'laitu with all improvement*, N- B.-?Box 101 nip
i.in" Call to-day or Konday, live ntory brown *tone private
m.7 47 W'e.t Itkh st. ? between 5th and ttth ays.
A~ KRILLIANT TgNED 7li OCTAVE PARLOR GRAND
Stei.i way and ions- Pianoforte for sale at a sacrifice ; an
eleca^ i.7r niun.l rosewood Windsor Piano., 1% oc .ve
naml on plate, cost $1,000, for *?*>; St?.ol, Cover; also a
Bra-lhury A Co. * cottage Rem Piano, $33o a ? *
parlor, library, chamber, and dinina room Fnriii wont l?s?
than halt cost. Call at private rcNldcncc, 12?? Weat?W av,
n.?;ir nth ?v. N B -Piai?otort?i hnve box lor abiypiiig.
B.?Call be seen this day or Monday. ,
i RARE CHANCE.?*. WELL KNOWN M AKF.K WILL
A sell now first class Piano Tor $450 (factory nrice $575),
and take half cash anil remainder in board for aeR"^*'''
references exchanged. Address, for three days, PIANO 1
MANUFACTURER, lleralil ufhce. I
4 STRINWAY PARLOR GRAND; WEBER'S. CH1CK
A ering's and others ; Orvau,. with and without orches- |
tral attachment, low for cash on instalments and for rent.
S. X. iiALL A CO.. 15 East Fourteenth street. j
EAUTIFUL PRESENT?A "HUMMING BIRD" I'T
ano; "great soul." ".mail body;" bear them :they speak
fbr themselves; lull seven octaves. U are rooms 33 East
Fourteenth street, corner b iilvenity plft*-'^
B
.TOR SALE?TWO FINE MUSIC SOME HAND.
^ some Bronte* and Oil Faiutin**, at A. J. TUUMAb , No
0*11 Brwtdway.
?
/s HEAT BARGAINS IN NEW AND SECOND HAND
(jr Pianos of the best quality, yet low r?r cash, at S H
ER'S Manufactory aud \v arerooms, 431, 43d, 43o, 437 \\ est
Twenty-eighth Htroet.
X-EW AND SECOND HAND PIANOS FOR SALE <>R
IN to rent on ?mhv terms; a 7 octave lour round corner*,
fieo. K. CON N< 'H. 157 Thirty-teventh itreet, corner or
Third avenue, over .Stiller'?.
PIANOS? HRST .MAKKBS, LA RGB LOT TO SKhL OR
rent cheap, for cast, or bv easy payment?. Call and tee
them at MKRKELL'S. No. H 1 niop square. ___
HOUND HAND PIANO*. NEARLY NEW, MADE BY
J. A ? . Fischer, having broken 'r<* ?>?*??; j"?
wanted fur them Call on or address BROKEN PLA1R
PIANOS, Did HleecXer street. ___
tjUPKRB GRAND CONCERT 7? OCTAVE RICHLY
S> carved brilliant toned Piano, in perfect order, cost
$i,5UU, for sale low. or will '3 Bmadwsy.
s
I) VN( l\(ji AC.VUK.H1KS.
A
A J. SACSF.'S DANCING ACADEMIES.?CLASSES
. Masonic II?11, 114 l-.ait Ihirtosnth; Bravoort Hull. 104
East Fifty lourtli street PRIVATE LF-hHOKS any hoar.
OMOUiARS. private academy, 313 East Eleventh street.
Allen dodworths nisniso school.
No. 313 Fifth avenue.
Brooklyn branch at lilM Washington street. Classes or pri
vate lemons for Indira, gentlemen and children. For partic
ular* tend lor a circular.
A?CAKTtER'S DANCING ACADEMY, PLIMPTON'S
? Building, Stuyveeaut and Ninth street?Classes Mon
day* and Thursdays. New classes no* forming. Private
lessons in (ilido and Assembly Walt/.es a specialty. Soirees
every Monday aud Wednesday evenings; alto at Tamuiauy
Hall building every Satnrday.
T FERNANDO DANCING ACADEMY, FIFTY
fifth street, comer Third a veil a* thank building) Classes
Monday and Tit a radar evenings and oaturuay afternoons.
Private I' tsone in Glide Walts a apeeialty. See circular.
VT WILSON'S DANCING ACADEMY. 303 WEST
Fourtaenth street, now open lor beginners, classes
every Tuesday and Friday evenings. Cell or send lor circa
' inr Soiree every Tuesday and Saturday.
ITJ. A. MACPTIERSON'S CLASSES FOR DANCING,
J\ KID .Vest Thirty-fourth street, corner Broadway.?Af
ternoons for ladies and children Evening*, Mondays and
Thursdays, for ladles and gentlemen; alto Tuesday and Fri
day evening*. Ail may attend at their conrcnienee without
lo-a of lessons. The modern glide wait* taught the greater
part of (it'll lesson. l'rivate instruction et all hours.
Moiree to tnofrow evening, Monday, November H, at 9.
Hall to let for parties, sociables, Ac. Apply on the premises.
AT J. MARS' ACADEMY OF DANCING, 289 BLEKCKs
er ?tre. t, pupils can attend at their own convenience
without loss ofleaaons. ml for circular, Soiree Tuesday
eveuing, November 9, at 9 o'clock.
AT MR. TKKNOR'S ACADEMY OF DANCrVO,
I.yrlc II ill, Sixth avenue, Reservoir square.
Pupils i an BKOIN and ATTEND at their conveulaaea.
KKCKPTIONS DANA ANTE every Friday evening.
BROOKES' DANCING ACADEMY, :?J1 BROOME BT.
A NEW i l.i-> roll TUESDAY.
All the fashionable Dances iu one cuurse of leeeons.
PRIVATE INSTRI I TION at all hours.
I l.ese roome are centrally located and eaxy of access from
all part- of New York, Brooklyn and other adjacent cities.
The In-t lessons can ba taken privately aud uo extra
charge Iroin class prices.
/"t II. RIVERS' BROOKLYN DANCINU ACADEMY,
Vr/e I T V Mate street, comer of Court. ?A class for gentle
men beginners to commence on Tuesday, November a, ai s
)' M - cud lor a circular. Enclose 35o. for a Dancer a
D1
GARMO'3
Dancing Classes,
55 West Thirty third street,
between Broadway and Fifth avenue.
7 vlTMAR'S DANCING ACADEMY, 34 WE8* FOURTH
J J street?All dances taught per quarter , six fashiouabl*
dauces perfectly in six private isssont; Sunday olaaa 3
o'clock; course Or* Istaons.
DIAMOND'S DANCING ACADEMY. 35S WEST FOB
ty third street?A*aeon tickets, lasting until .May, at
less cost than for a single term elsewhere, ettthe society
dances taught; class days Tuesday and Friday, afltruuun and
evening. ?
T (PMCILL'S CLABBEB FOR DANCINU?AT HIS
?J . old Academy .seventh avenue (Oermania Astauihly
Rooms , corner Twenty Sixth Street. Classes Tuesday and
Friday evenings. Grand soiree on Tuesday evening next,
November 9.
f II LAMPIIEABH CLAUSES FOR DANCING NOW
*J . open at I'nion Assembly Rooms, corner I nlon [dace
and India ?lrei t. Greenpidnt. every Tuesday and Friday.
Opening soiree Tuesday, -November 9, at 9 o'clock.
Mam ELS I'LAHHF.H FuB DANCING, 543 FIFTH
avenue, near Forty-fafth street. Circulars may bo ob
tained at the Acaileray
pMBiFEKHOR Sll Kill DAN'S ACADEMY OF WALTZING.
J. Bill and ill". Third avenue Monday and Thursday even
ings; ail the modern Dances taught in on* quarter. Boirea
Monday, November 13, 1*7.''
PROPOMAL9.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR IKON DRAWHIlftlOR,
with Masonry. received by undersigned until 3 P. M.
November id. Right rsser. nil to accept or reject any pro
pasala BORROWER, Mount Veraoa. JL t
LOST AND FUISU.
flOUND-A POCKETBOOK. OS SATURDAY EVKN
_ I nil October 33, containing a mm of money. together
with tenhrlng Papers The owner will please call ou or ad
dress DAN 11.1. I*. Sl'GRl K. 33 Park street.
F
IOST-SOVEMHER 5. PART <?K AS BARRING. THE
J finder will ba liberally rewarded by leaving 11 at B64
Third avenue, corner ol Ftlty-??eveiith street. _
I OUT?ON A BL8F.CKER STREET CAB, THURSDAY
J morning. November 4, a Tupaa King, knell diamonds;
an elderly gentleniau was seen to pick it up in the car, w
o? out at the Times Building By leaving it at the Scar
reel, wither. WM. IRWIN,
York Stuck Exchange, Broad ?tre
aauitable reward will be uald
1 O8T-0f. TUESDAY LAST, EITHER IN WEST
IJ Kurt) third street or on Eighth avenue, between
Thirty eighth and Kilt.v -secood etrcett, a blue etoue King
(Sapphire). The tinder will receive a liberal reward by re
turning same to the owner, J. J. liAUINKAU, 4ti0 West
Forty third ?treet.
I OST?ON THURSDAY EVEMNU. OS FIFTH AVE
J nut, between West Forty filth and Eaal Kitty fourth
street*. a long gold Earring. By returning to 3tt West Forty
tilth street finder will be suitably rewarded.
I OST-SATURDAY, BETWEEN 11 AND 11! O'CLOCK,
J near Delancey and |E??ex atreela. a l'ocketbook, con
taining #77 In hills, some currency, tickets Ac., the property
of a poor workingman. Address JOHN NEELY, 530 De
lancey atreet.
-j OST?LAST SUNDAY OR MONDAY. *A CLUSTER
.1J Uiaioonil King. The Hiular will be liberally rawardad by
reluming the (glue to No. 813 Filth avenue.
IOST-ON FRIDAY, IN THE NEIOll BOKHOOD OF
J Fiftieth street and Third avenue, a black Travelling
Bag. A suitable reward will he paid for Its return to the
oyster saloon 817 Third avenue.
QTHAYED OK STOLEN?FROM ITS HOME, A MAI<
teaeCati had on u brass colliir when lost. Aauitable
reward will be given to the finder If returned to 3S1 Eaal
?ewai
Filly fifth atreet.
KEWAllDfi.
REWARD.?LOST, ON WEDNESDAY OR
tjpl"/ Thursday, a Draft for ?10 aterling, drawn by Pro
vincial Bunk of Ireland and payable to William J. Dowliug,
ou which payment la stopped. Apply to FLAN1GAN A
O'BRIEN. 3U4 Madison street.
djjl/t REWARD -LOST, SMALL BLACK AND TAN
?P 1 U Sint, on Friday, 5th. The above reward will ba paid
for its return to llj Division atreet.
d?1/t REWARD?LOST, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1.
11' corner Kutirteentb street and Sixth uvcuuc, a small
??llow Slut; ears badly cut; nuswera to name of "Cora."
eturn to Htl Fifth avenue aud receive above reward.
(J?1 ft REWARD?LOST, LAST MONDAY AFTER
?J) J. * ' noon, between 8 and 4>|, an Ivory and sllvor Kan,
frooi a chatelaine. Please return to II., No. bit West Twenty
third street.
dhl ft REWARD WILL BE PAID, AND NO gl'E8
?pi?) tiona askcil. fur the return of the Overcoat taken
Irotu 264 Weal Twenty-third atreet on Thursday night last,
or to 307 Sixth avenue.
REWARD.?THE ABOVE REWARD WTLL
be paid by tho owner for the return of a DIA
MOND EARRING PENDANT, lost in the Westmoreland
Hotel ou Monday, November 1. No questions asked. B., 03
East Twenty tilth street.
<5il Oft REWARD.?SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN
O 1 ' '' ' lost off express wagon a sole leather Trunk, with
initials G. W. S. nearly worn oil, and containing ladies'
wearing apparel, on Thursday evening, in the neighborhood
of Grand ('entral depot. The above reward will ho paid aud
no questions asked, by returning sauis to R. 1. BLACK. 944
Broadway.
A.-AO REWARD?LOST, A SOLITAIRE DIAMOND
V'-lv"' pendant, on Sunday tnornhig. on Fulton ferry
boat Karrngut or going to lileecker street cars. The ttnilor
will receive above reward by leaving it at KANDEL, BARE
MORE A CO.'S, 39 Maiden lane.corner Nassau street.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
A?SODA WATER MINERAL WATERS. OINGKR
? Ales, sparkling Wines; manufacture of complete out
fits of Apparatus and Materials, with lull instructions; all
depnrtmeiils of manufacture, buttling and dispensing; exclu
sive rights in desirable territory; catalogues free. JOHN
MATTHEWS, First avenue. Twenty-sixth aud Twenty
seventh streets. New York.
A?THE MAIN DRAWING OF THE
? Seventy ninth Ducal Brunswick Lottery.
U9,l*JO tickets; -*,500 prizes.
Gold. $1,1305.313 gold.
Highest prize $108.(JU0 gold Will take place from Novem
ber 17 to December It. I he drawing is conducted and guar
anteed by the government. Full explanatory circulars tree.
'I'll. ZSCI10CH, lid Nassau street. New York.
Post office box 5,584.
A LAWYER OP EXPERIENCE MAKES COLLE0
tioM aud prosecutes suits free of charge unless success
ful. Address LAW, bux 1*(J Herald office.
A?OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OF THE KENTUCKY
. State Lotteries.
KENTOCXr, KXTKA CLASS 115, NOV. 6, 1875.
11, 87. 33, 31. 31, 51, 54, 4, 84, 3, ti, 8, 47, 15.
KKNTL'CKY, CLASS 110, NOV. 8. 1875.
43. 67, 15. 54, 76, 53, 43, 37, 14. 38, ttl, 51, 40, 85.
J. S. SMITH A CO., Managers, Covington, Ky.; Poet office
box 3,751 New York.
V?PARKS, EMERSON A CO., AGENTS FOR
, Kentucky lhate Lotteries, drawn daily.
Royal 11 avniia battery, drawn every 17 days.
Kentucky Single Number Lottery, drawn November 37,1*75.
Prises cashed, information furnished and circulars ssnt by
addressing PARKS A CO., 18ii Broadway, room 4; Post
office box 5,373. Private office attached.
Office hours 7 A. M. to 71'. M.
A -ISAAC G. BOYOK, COUNSELLOR. NOTARY
Jx. Public, Commissioner. 267 Broadway.?Practises in all
courts of the State and United Stales. Divorces ubtuuied
promptly. Law papers accurately prepared. Passports ob
tained.
/TUBE FOR INTEMPERANCE ?DR. JONES'SPECIFIC
" ) cares helpless cases. Loudon and Paris hospitals use It
with great success. Sent to any address at $1 5o per bottle.
Address Dr. JONES, box 1,144 Post office.
DR. W. B. MARSTOJf. FORMERLY OK T1IK LOOK
Hospital, London, confines his p.acticc exclusively to
nervous aim muwular debility. Office aud resideuce, 2l>7
Weit Tw**lj Ml? d street.
Debts collected?suits prosecuted. Di
vorces olitaiiied by experienced attorneys; no charge
tor wrfirei unless successful. Apply at the law offices No.
265 Broadway, room 12.
Cl OLD SAVER?SCR. PRENTICE MULFORD?A
T machine for savinir "flue (fold" in mining it invented,
and may be seen at 20 Broadway, room 3D.
Havana lottery?$540,009 every is hays.
Next draw ing November 17. Price-. cashed Circulars
of inlormution hee. FERNANDEZ A CO., Bankers (late
K. B Marttner. A Co.). 10 Wall atreeat, rear basement. 1'oat
office bo* 4.9t)4 New York.
IMPORTANT MEDICAL AND 8UROICAL CASES A
A specialty. HENRY A DANIELS, M. 1) , 144 Lexington
avenue, near Twenty ninth street. Office bourn Iroiu H to 3.
JOHN DEWHUR8T, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
el Plaeterer?Centre Pieces and Plaster Oruaiueuta
carefully packed aud sltippud to all parts of the country.
K?OFFICIAL DRAWING OF THE
? Kentucky State Lotteries.
SIMMONS. DICKINSON A CO.. Manager*.
>VV?ttr, KITHtl'ttHIIII. ttl7r-*OVUt1UUt tl. 1*75.
78, 29, 41. 5, tl-t. ?t?. 62, 10. 34, 37, 51, 72, 75.
kkntltkv. class so. 028? novumnxn 0, 1*75.
14, 17, 34. 70, 22, 71, 03, 57, 05, 73. 38. 39, 5*1.
8BURT, KXTHA CLASS SO. 713? SOVkBRItK 0. 1875.
7, 54, 10. 36, 52 53. 32, 6ft. 34. 40, 51. 71, 67.
MKSBT, CLASS NO. 714? NOVEMXKK 6, 1875.
61', 41, .18, 8, 57, 74. 01, 16, 65, 12, ft, 30. 45.
Full Information by applying to or addreising J. CLUTE,
2t*i Hroadway, or Post office box 4,1)69.
K~-SIMMONS." DICKINSON A CoTs "KENTUCKY
? State grand monthly distribution, on the Havana
plau, to be diawn November 27: also Itnyal Havana of
Cuba, drawn November 17. Iufotniatiou turnisbed by ap
plying to or addressing J. CLUTE, 20U Broadway, or Poet
office box 4,901).
K?CHRONIC CATARRH, DEAFNESS, NEURALGIA.
? I lie new improved method cures worst eases ; install
tanooua rebel: permanent curee; tlrst treatment tree; cir
culars gratia. Dr. STODI>AKl>,
No. S West Fourteenth street. New York.
?CHRONIC CATARRH. DEAFNESS, NEURALGIA;
new, improved method-, lnstantaiiemis relief: perma
nent cures Iteware III' parties copying my advertisements.
Dr. STODDARD. No. H West Fourteenth street. New York.
N'OTD E -TO ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
Park House, Newark, N. J., either by notes, account*
or having baggage, Ac., left at the hotel, the same will be
advertised In this paper, with the full name and address of
?net) parties, to lie sold at auction within ton days, unless a
settlement is made immediately. "A word to the wise." Ac.
PARK MOUSE, Newark, N. J.
K
J.JOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY,
Royal Sn\nn Government Lottery,
Hamburg aud Brunswick i? .eminent Lotteries.
WACUSXIANN A Co., Banker*.
Post office box 3,310. 75 and 77 Nassau street.
])OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.?$540,000 DRAWN
t wury 15 days. Next drawing Nov sin her 17. Prises
caslieil. Clr- ular- of information furnished. Highest rates
paid !<>r Spanish Bank Bills, Governments, Ac.. Ac.
TAYLOR A CO.. Hankers. No. I i Wall street. New York.
CTA.tMERINO I NITKD STATE8 STAMMERING IN
h) stituiu T>r White), #17 Fourth avenue; references from
eminent clergymen, physicians and others; no pay until
fectly cured. Call or send lor circular.
T
pet*
THE EVENING TELEGRAM
HAN MORE NEWS
AND A LARGER CIRCULATION
THAN ANY OTHER
EVENING PAPER
IN THE UNITED STATES.
rpo THE FIRST MORTGUiR BONDHOLDERS
X of tb*
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company.
An Informal meeting of a number of tlie first mortgage
bondholders of tlie ' hrsapeake and Ohio Railroad Company
was held at our alien November 2 It was then daeided to
invite thu co-operation of other bondholders in a plan for
the reorganisation of the road.
Bondholders wishing to take action in the matter may call
ou us In person, or send In their names with a statement of
tlsa number of bouds they control.
PERKINS, LIVINGSTON. POST A CO..
_ 59 Liberty street.
THE DIRECT UNITED STATES CABLE COMPANY.
limited.
16 Broad street, Nov. S. X875.
This company's cable is opto for business.
Tariff ft-em New York to Great Britain and Ireland
75 cauls gold per word
G. O WARD, Snperintendent.
fpHE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION OK THE PROT
J e-taiit Episcopal Church in the city of New York will
bold their next regular monthly meeting Monday evening,
November 8, at Bo clock, in the Sunday school room ol Calvary
aburoh, Konrtb avsnae and Twenty lirst -treet. Address by
the Rev. Hrockhnjtt Morgan, rector of St Peter ? church,
f'ortchester, N. V., on "The Necessity of Sunday school
Teachers Preparing for - heir Work. '
EDWARD H. col.M AN, Recording Secretary.
mUK PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
1 THE FOLLOWING PLACES ARK THE ONLY
AUTHORIZED OFFICES FOR rilK RECEIPT OF
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SLBSCP.l FTIONS FOR THE
NEW YORK HERALD ?
BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET.
1,265 BROADWAY.
530 MIX I'll AVENUE.
114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
CORNER ROKMUM AND PULTON alKELTS, BROOK
LYN.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
/WWt ? WYOMING LOTTERY, DRAWS tr.TH
?!? ? / UiUUUi and MOlli every iimnth; tickets $1;
_ . _ _ . . _very month: tickets fl; cup
il"l prim, $60,i?N). ror Information cull Oil H. liOwt, ?C
Hmudwajr. Address the manager, J. M 1'ATTKE, Laramie
City. Wj T.
$540 000 W1LL MK WSTSIBUTBDl ?n iia
?ptj'tu.uui; vana Lottery November 17: ticket..
Iflii Kentucky Statu Lottery November '.'7; ticket*, fUJ.
Ji'sKl'll BATES A CO., JU2 Broadway. 1'uil uUn i?n
B.gbl.
N PORTING?IM>GH. IIIKHS, AC.
(iEM'INI 1. D DOl'G ALL 1U 1MIMK OKNTKAL
./v lira llreecli louder, med but very little; a bargain.
CU Altl.KS L, ttlTZMANN, D43 1! road aay (above Twyuty
tecuud ?lrcct .
MNE ^UTLERY, REVOLVERS AND BREECH MIaD*
ing Uuus of every description very cheap (breath.
W. 1 ft VINO. 07 Futtun t treat, New York.
IjMNK CANARY BIRDS. OOOI) SONGSTERS; ALSO
cheap Bird Cages and Bird Seed, at 37 Nattuu street,
auction house of J ERE. JOHNSON, Jr.
Fine auction sale ok imported shotuunb
lireech and inutile loaders, at auction,
byJEKE. JoliNSU.N. Jr.. 37 Naeeau street,
on TUESDAY at VJ o'clock.
FOR SALE?ONE LIVER-COLOR RETRIEVE*, ONB
black ami tan Cordon Setter, Newfoundland I'upt. Hub
bit Hounde. two liver and white Setters, one Hudgcr Terrier,
Skya Terrier,, Kerrett, Came and Kaucy Kowl, Pigeons, Ac.
K. K. IIAB, 309 Fulton street. New York.
IriOR SALE-A NICK, SMALL 8KYK TERRIER DOG,
lour pounds weight. Cun be seen at 1-3 V\ est r'lttietb
street
IJIOR SALE?K 1(1 HT BREECH LOADING SHOT.
gnus, lately imported to order, worth $'IDO; price .fl >u;
suitable for ducks uud geese. Address XX, Herald Brook
lyn Branch office.
WW. OUKKNER BREECHLOADER, FINEST yl'AL.
? ity treble w edge last action, cost $275, gold; also a
second band Scott Breechloader, clieup.
H. C. SQUIRES. No. 1 Curtlandt street.
THE Tl'RK.
Auction and fhe.nch fools sold at the
New York Turf Exchange on Wednesday, and every
day thereulter, until the elo.e ol the race on the
CALIFORNIA 4-MILE HEAT RACK.
WE IIAVK A CORRKsroNDRNT on the spot who
will telegraph us the result of EACH HEAT as soon us it is
run.
Particular attention paid to commissions by mail or mes
senger French Poola open from Wednesday to close of race.
KELLY, BLISS A CO., 15 West Twenty-eighth street.
Deer foot duivino park?the j:?i and 2 m
class wlil come off on Monday sure. November s ; llrst
class homes. W.M. McMAllON, Proprietor.
IIOKNES, CARRIAGES, AC.
A
LIGHT COVERED EXPRESS WAUON FOR SALE
cheap?At 56 Greenwich avenue. P. HUMMERS.
A GOOD HORSE, TRUCK AND HARNESS FOR
nale cheap; no reasonable offer re fused. Can be aeeti(
and full Information obtained at 179 William street.
A
GENTLKMAM. REDUCING HIS EXPENSES* WILD
sell very low u hund?oine Hay Home or a Pair that can
trot fast; young, sound and kind; warranted; extension ton
, top Buggy uml Harness and Portland Sleigh; all
Phaeton, top Buggy
trood uh new. Private stable in East Twelfth street, near
University place. Situation wanted for coachman.
GENTLEMAN'S TURN OUT FOR SALE-STYLISH
side bar top Watron, first class bay Home, years old:
one of the most reiiabie trotters on the road; must be sob!
A
immediately. Address SADDLE, Herald Uptown Branch
offics.
A?$375 FOR ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
? ahilting leather lop Wagon*, with line Single Harness,
Sweat Blanket. Lap Blanket uud Whip; belt city maker*
and colt $555 50; been u*ud five time*, inn aire of UKOKOHj
the atewurd of the Union Club 8uble, No. 0 Eighteenth
?treet, one door from FHtb avenue, fur Mr. Minnies' tbingi,
for threo day*.
A THREE-QUARTER SKAT ROAD WAGON. ALMOST
new, for aale or to exchange for Furniture, at 15U Eaat
Fifty-filth atreet.
A TEAM OF CARRIAGE HORSES TO BE SOLD FOR
waut of use: 15J? hands; dark sorrels. Address U.,
3UB West Twenty-third atreet.
A WINDSOR TOP WAGON FOR SALE?HAS BEEN
run only a fow times; cost $495; owner going South;
will be sold at a sacrifice. Apply at Boulevard Stubles, 15j
and 157 West Fiftieth street.
AX CLARENCE OB COUPE. IN FINE ORDER, CITY
made ; used by private family gone to Europe ; for saio
very low ; a* good as uew. BARTON A BOYLE,
No. U Seventh avenue. *
A?BERLIN LANDAUS. LANDAi LETS. COUPES.
? Depot Wagons. Ladies' Phaetons; assortment of :*jO
Curriages; must be sold tor the best offer before Deeember 1,
187ft. HAM, 10 Eaat Fourth street.
J^AROAIN.?$300 FOR A NEARLY NEW TOP SIDE
bar Wagon, Da nod bury A Nelson's make, and a nice
I Portland Sleigh; both in one order. Livery viable, 124
Went Nineteenth Ntreet.
B
UTCHKK'B CART FOR BALK CHKAP.?ADDBKS3
K., Herald Uptown Branch office.
BUSINESS WAGONS FOR BALli?ALL SIZES. TO
carry from 1,'?JB0 1? weight, a large aHRnrtmcrit
constantly <m hand; a second hand FicM Truck, in good or
der You will find thin place favorable, at the corner of Navy
and Johuaon xtrecta, Brooklyn.
IpXECUTRIX'S HALE.?TROTTING STOCK, AO.
'J Horaea, Wagon Hume**, Farm Implement*, Ac.
lueaday, November 9, 1K75, at New Dover, N. J., between
Railway and Metiichea. the valuable Trotting Stock, Ac., of
the late Richard Walters, via,Bay Stallion Mambrino J'ilot,
Jr., bay Fillv Young Kate O'Brien, two handsome three
veaAild (ieldinrn, dams Kate O'Brien and Lady Clieeae
borough; brood Mare Kate O'Brien, lu foul by Maiubriue
Pilot; also sucking Colt, one pretty yearling Filiy, brown
road Mare, Ac. There la not a more prompting or belter
bred lot of stock in the country. Four seat Rockawav, two seat
? IWi * *
Wagon, top and no top road natrons, /skeleton Wagon, Sulkv,
seta shitrle and double Harneas, Huddle*, Blanket*. Sleigh,
Hay, farming Uteiiaila, Mowing Machine, household Fur
niture, Melodaon, Ac. For further particulars inquire of
KICHAKD WALTERS' SONS, auctioneers, 27 Kast Broud
wav.
T^OK SALE?A PAIR OF HAV HORSES, J5?{ HANDS,
J? good style, 7 mill 8 years old, one In a good saddle
hone: gla.s front Landau, latest style, satin lined, in good
order; I Cart. with all the latest Improvements: both untile
by llradley, l'ray A Co., of Union square; English Dog Cart,
fur tandem or mie horse, made by Peter* A Sob, ol Loifllun ;
six seat Msigli. new; ul-i> two-seated Sleigh ; pair llorso
and 'random llarnee*. English make, in excellent order;
English lap Kobe* Siorae Cloti lng, Whip*. Ac. Apply at
private etuble 128 West Kiltv fourth atreet.
EtOR SALE?OEXTLKM A N'S ROAD TEAM OF BAY
Horses. hands high, 7 and 8years old; kind and
true every way; can trot together ill 2 50 or better; are very
aty Mali; do not ahy or pull and are every way a sale and i
able road team, and are warranted sound and kind; muat be
tu Id this week on nccount of owner leaving the city, luuuire
for Thomas, at San Fruuciaco Mublcs, 120 to 120 West Fifty
kcuond atreet.
I/Ullt SALE?TlIK MOST STYLISH COUPE HOUSE IV
F the city ; warranted sound and kind lu every respect : tl
year* old, I0ta hand* high. To be eeeu at ol I'br atonber
street. B. HKKTKLL.
TJIOR SALE?AN OLD ESTABLISHED LIVERY
I Stable, in one of tlia boat location* In the city. For
further information addre** LIVERY, box 141 Herald Up
town Branch oflice.
T.10R SALE?CLARENCE COACH, DEPOT, IIOAD
K and expreat Wagon*, at 122 Broome atreet, between
l'itt and Willet.
JIOH KAIJi-AT A SACRIFICE. BROWN HORSE,
band* high, 7 years; suitable fur groeer, milkmen,
fanner or ally business ; w arrauted sound and kind. Inquire
at 084 Wasiilngton street.
T.YOK 8ALE?DARK BAY HORSE, 8 YEARS OLD. |5\
F bands; sound; very gentle; single or double, or with
saddle, very sty lisli; can trot In 2:40. Address W. L. M.,
Herald Uptown Branch office.
T7IOR SAI.FI-TIIK HANDSOMEST AND MOST 8TYI,
I ish Saddle Horse in this city; is warranted -'Bad and
kind, and must bo sold, because the owner Is too ill to use
him. Apply to I'll 11,111 F1TZPATKI0K, at Clinche s pri
vate stable, 154 East Fifty-seventh street.
T710R SALE?AT 8AN FRANCISCO STAB LEI, 120
1 West Fifty-second etreet.?A blue roan Horse, 10',
bauds high. 8years old, very stylish, warranted sound, kind
and true ; tinL-st coupe Horse ill tlie city.
I NINE CARRIAGES.?EZRA MARSH, No. 17 * A8T
Eighteenth street, near Kmadwav, manufacturer of ml
styles One Carriages for city and country use at reasonable
prices; w?ru warranted : careful estimate* made on repairs;
vehicles sent for auu delivered without charge.
IitOR BALK?A PAIR OF HANDSOME B\Y CARRIAGE
Horses. IBM hands high, sound and good drivers; also
a four wheeled Iran, with two or four seats and shifting top,
and Light Wagon and IIawe**; will be sold reasonably, as the
owner has no further use for them, fan be seen at stable
corner Broadway and Thirty eighth street,
l,1i>|{ SALE?AN IRON GRAY HORSE. 0 YEARS OLD,
I lBJg bands high ; sound and kind; suit the truck double
or single, or coupe ; any trial will be given. Call at No. tf
('lark street.
ilOK BALE?A STYLISH PAIR OF DAPPLE OKAYH.
?I years old, sound and kind in every way, without
blemish; are last trotters and handsome; I6]( hands.
BoKKK, BIB Bedford avenue, Brooklyn.
BUM HAI.R AT A GREAT SACRIFICE?A BREWS.
ter i "iipe, pole ami nlixftas good as now. bv a gentle
man who has given up keeping horses. Call at Kdwm.l
Murphy's carriage taetory. No. 22.*Greene street. New York
LfOK SALE VERY CHEAP?TWO NICE, Fl LL
F sited Stables, No. 12 Weet 44tli it, Bnd No 21 West
Willi si. W. P. .SEYMOCU. 171 Hroailway.
tjlOR BALE CIIEAP-LIVKRY STABLE, FIXTURES
1 ami b ar years' Lease, in a ( antral location, near tho
public buildiugt nnd thn mast fasblouablr part of the city of
Philadelphia, with or without atock; stabling far 3(1 horses;
ample carriage room
D S. MASH A CO., 347 North Fourth street.
LAKKNCII CHARIOT FOR SALE?AN EIGHT SPRING
J coups Durwy, built by Hinder, of Perls: perfectly Aresh;
orselalow. ( no tie seen at E. MURPHY'S 225 Greene
?tract, between f ourth ami Amity streets.
MIVE DIRT CARS AND A QUANTITY OF TRACK FOR
U (ale or e -.change tPeteler's patent!.
JAMES QUI.I-.N. Mohawk Hotel, 335 Spring street.
/tool) COUNTRY HOARD FOR HOUSES AT CALD
Ajf well, Essex comity, N J : fiist class hay $12, and with
teed $15 par oiuutii. exi red d it wished.
c. M IIARKISON, 448 Broome stinet.
/YOOD WORK AND DRIVING UOftSF.S, HEAVY AND
XJT light; two Ponies, top Buggy and Harness, all cheap
tor want ot use lev .table No. (411 West Thirty sixthst.
Horses to hoard?$ih a month-, only four
taken, good care end leed; warm stable. WILLIAM
Rr.AM IK, Fairvlow, Hi rgcni county, N. J.
Horses boarded in the COUNTRY for the
winter.?Warm -tables; large box stalls; ground floor;
psrsotisl attention given tall pasture: ferriages taken with
horses; best city references; location near Ftninfleld; depot
witinn three minutes nl .table -, owners can see horses any
time in one hour by railroad; burses will be driven II de
sired. Apply In C. It HEY DON, 10$ Water st , near Wall.
H
Olt.a K? HOARD KD?AT TDK ESSEX COUNTY
.-itnclt 1 arm . stables new : box stalls, Utted up express
ly lor gentlemen's road and trotting horses ; beat cars aud
personal attention; popular priest; elty rotersncss. Address
1L U UhUTU, bex 45 Pest ottos, MonmUlr, ?. J.
HORSES. CARRIAGES, AC.
Houses taken to wimer it i-ounwale. n.
Y . where they c*ii be vinteo u?riuK the i'hmiii ; ? (oM
h<irse.n.Mi ? attention *ill be tn<11; In* price*, well led ami
I etebNar Apply lu JultN EARK, hardware, t>47
Eighth avenue. ____
1 >LEASTRE CAURIAGKB
in modest, pleasing and durable colors.
Landaus, Coupes, Phaetone,
Luudauiets, Kockawaye, T Curls,
Coaches, Cibrloleli, Road W ugous.
A. 8. FLANMKAC,
37'J una 374 Broome street (old stand uf Brewster A Co.).
PRIVATE STABLE TO ?LET.?A GENTLE MAM IIA V
J iug a large and newly titled up private stable will let
the whole or a part; rent very low; stable utMiiaius seven
stalls and oue box stall, large coach house elevator, lour
rooms for servants. Apply on the premises, 128 West ritly*
fourth street.
REBAKKAHLK AND WELL 1IKED MAltE TO BE
' sold?DOV LE A NICHOLS. Auctioneers, Thursday,
the 11th i Mat., ti years old, brown, 15^| bands; scant; can poll
two men iu wagon 45 gait; trotted, trial in October, half mile
in 1 :U3; quarter iu 41 seconds; driven then by M Goodln, to
whom pontes ure referred ; made the mile and repeat ta
2 bU>.i and 2 i&O; warranted sound and without blemish; high
headed and handsome ; will stop to standstill at the word;
fearless of locomotive, and will stand without hitching;
suitable for lady or most timid person, vet uf great courage
and speed, as well as remarkable endurance and trotting
power; until within two months wan used us family horse
and for draught; guaranteed show 'J :"?0 day of sale; he
li^ved, if trained, would trot low In 30'sj satisfactory
reasons given for selling; to he seen previous to sulu at
1,115 Locust street, Philadelphia.
QECOND HANI) CARRIAGES.
O Clarence, full siie. I fcix-seat Rock away.
Clarence, yl sise. Coupe, pole and shafts.
Close Coach. | Coupe Rockaway.
Phaeton. I Landau, gl iss front.
Dog Cart, two wheels. Latiduu. feather top.
Dog Cart, four wheels. | Extension top Cabriolet.
Top Wagou, on full springs. | No top rdde bar Wagon.
Top Wagon, side bar. | Track Sulkey.
A large assortment of Sleighs.
BRADLEY, PRAY A CO., 2ft Union square.
QECOND HAND CARRIAGES.
Three-seat Kockawuy, Coupe Rockaway, Vict
order; Doctor's Wagon, Ladies' Phaeton, half top Phaeton;
also variety of Road Wagons, side bur and full springs, ail
city tuake and in good order.
W. FRANK DUSENBURY.
? 135 and 137 Chrystie street. New York.
ctorla. In fine
w
O KCOKi) HAND
O ??BACHELOR'S BROUGHAMS,"
lit lino orilor.
A. 8. FLANDKAU,
972 and 974 Broome atreet (old stand nl Brewster),
SKVKKAL VERY FINE HIGH 1IRED AND IMPORTED
middle anil earriago llorars lor sale, for want of use, at
private stable in Went 8eventjr-?econd atreet, near Nllltll
menue (Western Boulevard), Inquire of Superintendent on
tlio premise*.
rpHK PUBLIC ABE HEREBY NOT1PIED THAT
I T1IK FOLLOWING PLACES ARE THE ONLY
AUTHORIZED OFFICES for the RECEIPT OF
advertisements and subscriptions for tue
NEW YORK HERALD :
BROADWAY, CORNER ANN STREET.
1,2?>5 BROADWAY.
090 SIXTH AVENUE.
114 SOUTH SIXTH STREET. PHILADELPHIA.
CORNER FULTON AND BOKRUM STREETS, BROOK
LYN^
INTER CARRIAGES.
Landaus, new designs, by
Brewater, of Twenty-fifth atreet.
Deinl Landaua, exclusively by
Brewster, of Twenty-fifth street.
Broughams, unequalled, by
Brewater. of Twenty-fifth itreet.
Windaor Wagoni, exclusively by
Brewster, of Twenty-fifth itreet.
Ware room a,
Fifth avenue, corner of Twenty-first street.
TIT"ANTED?LANDA U LET, OR THREE-QUARTER
VV Clarence; must be but little used and in trend order.
Address, Muting price and particulars, LANDAL'LKT, ller- |
aid Hroultlyii Hraneh office.
\y ANTED?A PAIR OF HORSES FOR HACK COACH; 1
VV will givo u beuutifnl Top Buggy, new. or one-quarter
second Watch or three curat Diamond Stud. BENJAMIN, I
124 West Nineteenth street. I
J ANTED?A GOOD FAMILY HORSE, FOR HIS j
keep during the winter, by u gentleman living a short
distance from the city; has good stabling and a careful inuu.
Address W. N., Herald oilice.
\l WILD TO BUY CUTTER AND ItORES, CI I 11: It ;
Vr of Brewster's, Stivers'or Kimball's make; also same i
make trotting Wagon, single seat, weight 110 to 125 pounds. |
Apply to C. B. HEYDON, 102 Water street, near Wall at.
"\\f ANTED TO PURCHASE?ONE OR TW O .GOOD I
VV lloises, payable by instalments. Address HORSE, .
lierald uttieo.
AY
AV
\yANTED?PART OF A PRIVATE STABLE. FOR TWO
VV horses and two carriages, with or without fcod ; Twen
tieth to Forty-tilth street: terms must be in keeping with the
times. Addrea* ABBOTT, box lit! Herald oflteu. j
"\yANTED- A COUPE OR VICTORIA, IN exchange
VV for ? bay Road Mare, I5'a bauds high; speed 9 .4.1.
Address W'., box 9.BHB Post office.
'A NTE11 ?A BLACK BEAR OR PUR ROBE NOT
much used; cheap. Address WINTER, Herald offiee.
\\f ANTED?A CITY MADE FULL SPRING TOP
VV Wagon. Address, with lull particulars, C. O. D.,
lierald office.
"117"ANTED?BY A RESPONSIBLE PARTY, TO HIKE
VV lor the winter a good pair ol Truck Horses tor moderate
work ; w ill pay only a small sum besides t heir keepiug. Ad
dress K. C. W., box 3,19k New York Post office.
"lyANTED?A SET LIGHT DOUBLE HARNESS, NOT
VV used uiore than one year; Gibson or llunscoiiib inuke
preferred; mqst be very cheap. Address, giving nuiue of
tuukeruiid price, CASH, Herald Uptown Branch offiee.
\yANTED?A FEW PRIVATE HORSES TO BOARD,
VV or v. i 11 rent any portion of tlio Stable, horses and car
riages all <ui the tirst door; every improvement; board for
$.'io per mouth and uiglit watchman. COOK'S stables, 1,299
and 1,4(11 Broadway, between Fortieth and Forty lirst sts.
IJ rx for SECOND H AND DOCTOR'S PHAETON,
lust done up. 57 West Forty fourth street.
Ci< III FOR CANADIAN PONY, BUSINESS WAGON AM)
? I Harness ; two top Grocery or Express Wagous, f-(?>,
Fm; good Horse, $45; Bakers Wugon, e-kJ; forced to sell;
cheap. 2Ui West Sixteenth street
For HOUSE, LIGHT TOP WAGON AND
?JiOy'v* Harness; cheapest outfit iu the city. 238 Grand
street, corner oi Eldridge. .*<*
$7.)
For Other Ailvcrtlseuients tuder This
Ilcutiiti^ See Directory.
AN
FOR SILK.
VNKATLY KITTED LP LIQUOR STORK. CORNER
of Grand uii'1 MM'iianii htrofti will positively bu oi<l on
Monday, ut IU o'clock, ut auction, by THUS. GAFFNLY.
without nwrvr.
\ SINGER improved family IRWINO MACHINE,
with drop leaf and side drawers, coat a short liuio age,
$7U; will he sold for $30. Cull at 30 lioiid street.
A SINGER FAMILY NEW IMPROVED HEWING .MA
JY chiuo, extension table and side drawers; co?t a ievr
months ago $7U, wit I be sold for Cull at 35 ISotid street.
4 DOMESTIC HEWING MACHINE AND A WIIKKLKU
, iV. A Wilson Half Cabinet, both iu complete ord.tr. very
I little used, will be aold tor $Jo uacb. Call at 3o li?*nd street.
AN AUTOMATIC TENSION NEW W! LLC OX A GTVBS
Hewinjr Machine will he sold at a liberal discount lor
l eaxli; also a Willcox A Gibb*, very little used, lor both
with extension table und side drawers. 35 Hond street.
A FIRST CLASS I.IQl OB 9TOKB FDR SALE -Willi
L?u*e of 7 years troiu May next; a spleudid location.
| Apply to SIMM BRO. A CO., 7l New street.
A NEW STYLE OP WILLCOX k GIBBS' HEWING MA*
JV chine, extension table and aide drawers, cost u short
j time ago $70, will he sold for $30. Call at JO Hond street.
i RARE CM AMOR.?POM BALI, THE STOCK \M>
JY Fixture* of the best titled up Gx'iillotnon s Furnishing
More iu Brooklyn. or would trade tor Real Estate, free of
eucutubraiice- Address O. Z., Herald otlice.
I A FISH AND OYSTER MARKET FOR SALE I I Ml
JY years' lens#; rent low; trade very good; owner sella
through sickness. Apply to LLOYl), Store Agent, 2J Broud
way.
An elegant black walnut wardrobe, 12
feat long, made for merchant tailor; also two Counters;
1 ?heap. Address M. X M , box 120 Herald ottice.
| A BARGAIN.?A LADY IS COMPELLED TO SELL
! JY her Wheeler X Wilson, $25; almost new; cost $<i? a
lew months ago; extra tucker and corder. 337 Filth street,
| rooiu 3.
j 4 SECOND HAND IB MO , NEW STYLE GORDON
j\ or Liberty Pre** wanted. Address I'RBNM, lierald
oilliT.
4 NEW II41.F ? vSK WHEELER X WILsoN Ml W
I JY Ing Macliim-. with all attachment* complete, $JZ>; coat
$75, Gall at 01 Hleecker street, near Broadway
I A WELL LOCATED FAMILY LK)I "R IRMI IX
1 Jv ih<- Thirteenth ward. Set eg a net bealeete; Srayvar.'
i It*?<-<!, Apply to UAFFNKY A S.MI *11, Auctioneers, 17 Gen
tre street. ^
: \ FIRST GLASS DIMNG \ND OYSTER vW.nnV
JY lor .ale fttr $9)**, ra.li; reason lor selling, bn* otlo-r hu?i
uu.t, unit cannot attend to both. In |Uire at .'si 1 liinl avenue.
i n elegant wheeler a Wilson family sew
J\. ing Machine, .utluliiomcly cncared, corn a .hurt time
ngo $7.t, will lit' toltl for $25. 257 Hleecker street, between
Wast Tenth and Uharlca.
\ GOOD FAMILY GROGERY STORK l olt F A EE
Jv cheap, on account of death of proprietor; the licit loea
j tion In Brooklyn; Ilorce and Wagon. UAFFNKY A SMI 111,
Auctioneem, office 17 Gcutre atrecl.
1 A BOOK, STATIONKRY, Ml s|G AND VARIETY
A Store, with large circulating library attache.); splen
didly fitted up autl tloing large liuahieH; great bargain.
StIAl A I'AYLOK, llti Nassau street.
? OCIKNEK GROCERY ON LEADING AVENUE, DO
J\. Ing large wholeaale and retail traile; long lease, low
rent; aplendid opportunity lor right man.
sIlAY A TAYLOR, I HI Naaaau vtreot.
t HEAUTIFUL WHEEI.ER A WILSON HEWING
JY Machine, coat |7.i, tuba aold for $2U. Apply at 4'J
West Third street, late Amity.
A RARE CHANCE.?FOR SALE, THE LEASE AND
Flxturea of an old catabllalit d Tea ami Grocery Store.
Apply to J. C. RAILI.Y, No. 5U Ka.t Fourth atreet, uear
OLD ESTABLISHED SAMPLE ROOM DOWN
own; one nl the beat iqiportimliles In the city for Imai
neai; price, ab..at 44.OK), or would aell Half Interaat; aick
neaa the rcaaou for aelllug. Addrc-a P. C., Herald office.
11AKKRY Folt SALE Willi FlXTl RES IIOI SK, LOT
J) and Stable; Utisineai cstaldialied 1U ycara; prico
$17,1**1. property alone worth #22,iAX>.
MKuWN A GOODWIN, 55 Liberty atrret, rootn S. 1 to 4.
Boarding house for sale?for *2.1**1 cash:
Juat halfiti value; nettling to do but walk In ; linueo
lull orboardera; cleara $2iai per month; aatialaetory renaona
iveu for aelllng. Addreaa Mil I U WARD, Herald Uptown
is
FOU KALE.
T>1 TCHEK8' STALLS, COUNTERS, BKNOIIEB
i Blocki, Trays, Jkc.: lirocera' Haiu Hanches, a Mcoad
iianu Icehouse, MATliKSON A CO., Thirty.fourth street
tioar klov^ith avenue. -
" ?-? ar
/lOH.VKH LIGUOit STORE FOR SALE?OK 20 YEAM
i. i . <iWn*r out of the bu?iut)?s. Call al
f.. . V . * coruor of Cauai aud Wash
iii^ton streets.
I )*! ". a7(JKE l'OK SA''K -AT A BARGAIN. WITil
1' 1 inOMItM posse sal on; that handsomely fitted Urn,
More, corner Plfty-elxtli street and First avenue; good .took:
inventory reedy. and eati.faotury reason given for selling.
TOOK HAI.K-A FIRST CLAR* DRUG STORE IN ST.
T foul. Minn. Address DKtJus. buxtgi Hemld office.
U<WSALE?THAT KINK LIQUOR STOKE CORNBB
1' Christie end Klr?t streets, Hobuken;6ue of the best
corner* tor trade In Hobokeu. Apply ut llow*rd Krswarr
024 West Thirty third *tieet. N. Y. Brewery,
T7IOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST COKNKR LIODOH
I Store* in tlie Fourth ward; seven years' lease from
next May; will lie sold on reaeonoblo terms. us the owner ha*
other business to attend to. Inquire at ton Water street
CHARLES KELLY.
jtOB BALE?A NICELY KITTED t'P HOTEL. CON
taining 40 room*, centrally located on a good buaiueae
?
street; will be aold cheap to a cash customer.
UAFFNEY A SMITH. 17 Centre
street.
flOR SALE>AN OLD ESTABLISHED COAL YARD
with Stock and Fixtures, on the west side up towni
best locution In the city; prood lease und low rent: satltfso
tory reasons given for selling. Address box 1U4 Herald Up
town Branch office, for three days.
For bale-first class corner liquor stork
proniluent part of Fourth ward; live years'lease ; loe
rent; owner has two stores; cannot attend both. Apply ftl
W bitney Brewery, 070 Washington street.
JjlOll SALE?A LITHOGRAPHIC STEAM SCRAPES
I Press for best black work. 7, MK1SEL, 21 Ktrot
street. South lloatoii. Mass.
TAOK SALE?A CORNER LIQUOR AND GIGAB STORB
I in one of the best thoroughfares In the lower part ol the
city; fixtures and furniture new; will be sold uncap. In
q ill re ol Mr. COOK, lt)9 Hroadway, room 25.
TjlOlt SAi.K?SEVENTH REGIMENT UNIFORM (DRESS
r and fatlgno)S height, 5 feet 10 Inches; slight built.
Address VETERAN, box 101 Ileruld office.
IilOR SALE?CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM
Store ; location, onu of the host In the cftjr; terms sat
isfactory Address JAMES HKITT, 221 West Thirty-first
street.
IjlOR SALE?AT A BARGAIN. A WELL PAYING
Lunch Room, on lirnailway. Call on or address GEoUGH
WINANT, 152 Macdougal street.
TjHJR KAI.E?AN ELEGANT SEALSKIN OVERCOAT;
I lias only been worn a few times. Address S. S. 0.,
ileruld office.
"ClOR SALE?MY NEW SPRING LOCK BOOK CLAMP,
1 $15 per 10J to the trade; alio my Steam Medicator.
J. 1*. McLEAN, Patentee, 133 Nassau street, from 11 tod
o'clock.
l?OR SALE-LEASE, STOCK, MACHINERY AND FIX
I tares of a llrst class light nianufacturiug establishment,
doing a pood business at a handsome profit, or would take In
u partner. Apply at ll>3 Mercer street, Tuesday. November 9.
I7lOR HALE?A FIRST CLASS LIQUOR STORE. FOB
particular, apply to PETER BOWK, Auctioneer, ut Not
1,439 Third avenue, corner Eighty-first street and Third aw
enue, before 11 o'clock.
IjlOR SALE?PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY DOING i
good business, with or without instruments; must b<
sold; have other business to attend to. Addruss PHOTO
OKAl'HKK, box 122 Herald office.
BIOR SALE?MEDIUM SIZED SAFE, WILDER'!
patent. Call at room 11, second story Bennett building,
U'J-Nassau street.
IilOR SALE?THE LEASE AND FIXTURES OP A FINK
Liquor Store. Apply on premisos 514 West TweDty
seventh street, or at 2GI Tenth avenue.
I70K SALE-OWING TO THE DEATH OF A PART
ner, the best Ltiiuor Store on Third avenue; ball and
meeting rooms. Apply to G. NAGLE, 14U Fourth avenue.
T710R SALE FOR ONE-THIRD OF THE VALUE.?92.000
J' cash lor a noble and splendidly assorted retail Millinery
and Artificial Flower Store, with Fixtures and Stock, in the
bust part id this city, with large custom; declines for tharoa
sou ofslc'kness; at ouee. Inquire of K. A U. D., 2S Union
square.
/"! ROGBRY BUSINESS FOR SALE?THE STOCK AND
VT Fixtures of a first class cash Grocery Business in Brook
lyn: every thing uew last spring; good neighborhood ; price
$1,500. M II. LAING. 05 Libert) street, New York.
/ to TO HOUSTON'S l'OP-CORN MANUFACTORY FUR
" r your Corn Halls, Corn Cake, Sugar Corn and Plain
Corn. Schools, churches and fairs supplied. 28 Thompson
street, near Uraud.
PHYSICIAN'S PRACTICE, WORTH $15,000 ANNU
ally, for tulu very elieap, owing to ill health. Addree*
Dr. 11, box 120 Herald office.
OAFK Ff)R SALE ?A SMALL MARVIN'S SAFE FOR
O sale cheap. Apply at Counting House Monitor, 75 Fal
lon street.
\vrilITE GOODS MANUFACTORY FOR SALE?OR
11 would taken partner witli about $2,00', who could
rive his whole attention to the business; machines propelled
hv steam power and in complete running order. Address
White goods. Herald office.
JMACHINKRY,
A?steam engines, hojlkrs, pumps, tanks,
. Hand Drills, Lathe*. Belting, Smrtevunt Blowers, Seo
ul! d hand Tools and Muebinery for sale.
HUFFMAN A F1N X EV, 215 Water street, Brooklyn.
* T LESLIE BOILER WORKS, 3tl PEARL STREET,
j\. Jersey City ?Extra large and smalt Boilers for sale : wis#
all kinds of Boilers, Tanks, Pipes, Ac., built and repaired.
Boiler tubes.?about 4,(*xi veet of each s
and 4'a Inch second hand Boiler Tubes, in good ordtf,
for sate cbeao, ut HARRISON A UILLOON'S Iron Yang,
502 Water street.
1AN0INK3. BOILERS, STEAM RUMPS, LATHES.
J Tank*. Kettlea, large variety, new ud eeoonc
hand, hi low figures : (team heating Hint jobbing.
WILSON A KOAKK. Frout and Dover itreeti.
IlO 11 SALE-NEW STVLK SClIKXCK PLANING MA
chine. V 1.UKILI.AKD & CO., 10 Chambers street.
BYOR SALE?KNOWLEH' PUMP, NO. 5. NEARLT
new, cheap Tor caali. inquire of A. U. TULLY, 56 Day
airect, rear ofliec.
I TOR SALE?Til E THREE SECTIONAL 8AKKTT
Hnilera now furnishi 11 k power lor the American Insti
tute Fair Ad<lr<' ** or apply to J. AUSTIN A CO., IBS F?I
t 01 street. New York.
rittil SALE-ONE ANTf FRICTION HORSE POWER.
.1 Dennett s make. Out little used; also one Wilder'! Safe)
will bo -.oldi lieap. Apply at SSu HTetiue A.
TiloK SALE-ONE LAROE HYDRAULIC PRESS, 10
F loch ratia, H foot rlie, complete; aliu two large, Ual
leuder Rollers, 24 Inches by -S feet.
O. T. SPRINUHTHBD, 201 Tenth avenue.
/ t RKAT HAROTAINH?2-4X42 CUT OPE ENOINE, I5A:!0
t I i-1 nit- vulve Engine; two Holler*. 4S*10; one Holler,
t*j\ |'J; alto several other Engines, portable Engines. Saw
tnHIa, hoisting Engines, Ac. IIAMI SON, WH1TEUILL A
CO., Its Cortlandt atreut. New York.
H
YUIIAULIO FRKKS FOR HALE,
inquire at/?90 BroHtlwHV.
s
OAP FACTORY MACHINERY FOR SALE.
D. R. HITCHCOCK, 52 Broadway, room 84.
fPRACTION KNUINEs?SEVERAL FOR SALE CHEAT
I at INTERNATIONAL CHEMICAL WORKS, Tent!
Hlreo!. Hunter ? Point.
"IXroOLLEN AND COTTON MACHINERY OK EVERT
Vt tit. iriptlon a Ipecialty; estimates furnished. In
<1 tair.t ol A. C. TLLI.Y, Vi Dey atrcet,
V\,rAN I EII? AN ENGINE AND HOILKR, TO RUN A
IT jr. In at soli-wheel boat. Apply at Boon.er address
STEPHEN RORERT.s, bout 0 aa I Id i ti*hop, BUS South at.
TATA NT RD?AT F1IY.G Kit ALU'S RELTINO REPAIR
II ahop. 400 Klrst avenue, between Twcuiy-tlilrd and
Twenty I'otarth atreeta, a large quantity of good second hand
Leather Helling, all aire, front 4 In m 1 iio-hea wide, single
iinil double, ltelts repaired, day or night, at a moment's no
tlce.
\\rANTED?A SECOND HAND CORDON OK UN1VKR
II aal half medium Printing Pre**, with Steam Fittings.
Addre**, statingprice, PRESS, oox 781 I'oat ulUca, New York.
TITANTED-PRKSSES, KltOM 25 TO 100 TONS PRKS
Yl aure. for composition Jewelry w..rk; cotton, tobacco
Pieaaea and uthera are auitaolo Addreae A. N., Herald
office.
TITAN I'ED?A SECOND HANI) NO. 2 III. A K K S
II Crosier. iito*t he Mt flr*l elaaa order, and cheap for
chmi. J. O. ItliiON. 144 and 14)1 First atrect, Jersey City.
DO STEAM COILS, VARIOUS SIZES, CHEAP,
wv JAMES KERNS, U4 Plymouth etreet, Brooklyn.
STOHAOK.
t -STORAGE FOR FURNITURE, PIANOS, BAU
J\t gage, Ac : separute room*; loweat rales; erery eun
suotence; elevator; watchiuan alwaya .11 cjaslblo.
MO HALES A SON,
Ss, 441 and 42 Commerce etreet. near lileucker.
I ? E YOLK STORAOK WAREHOUSES.?UN8UR
;V| piiaaed facilities lor storing Furniture, 1'lanofortee,
111 to- .,1,1 gi-nural Merchandise; separate looked com*
1 O El) KOI. HI Oil EH, ?'?3. IU>, 107 Weet Thirty -
lltirtl street, corner Slsth avenue
t STORAGE.-?WEST SIDE STORAGE WARK
J\ . houses V.i:l, R.T4 and HB 11 Wdaon etreet; 77U Oroen
and 10 Ablugdou square, lor Furniture, Ptanoe,
llat'.-a/e A.-, In separate ratios; oldest, loweat lu rale,
10 .-t extensile and rc-pon*ible establishment in the bust
i.e-s. I: . TAOOART, owner and manager, office, 5aa Hud
?nn atreet (AMngdon s'liiere).
I.'MI'IIIK STORAOK W A RKIIOl'SES?FOR KUKNL
J'j tare piano*, mirror*, baggage and mcreliaiolUe in aep
atatc Rooms at low rat.-*, removing, b.vlng and shipping
attended to. II. O'REILLY A CO., Proprietors,
SMS, SUO ami S02 iludaon atreet.
MAHIIIiE masitels.
A T GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
JY An eaten*Ivc slock ol Slate ami Marble Meutela, Weeh
Trava and Slate Work of every description.
11 ay a ami state pgR KHYN SLATE COMPANY,
Union aqtture. Fourth avenue and Suventeenth at.. N. T.
"7"t~cosT CLOMNO OUT STOCK OF MARBLE*
,'\ lied Mai.tela; Hucst aelectlon of marble Mantela, all
uualltics. modern design*. Turning for the trade at S.
hLUIBK A CO s Steam Marble Works, IVeit Fifty-Ural
atreet, 1 IJroadwey and Klg III avenue.
/IRATES AND FENDERS.-THE LARGEST M ANU*
t I fecturera of low and half low down gratft, for either
hard or soft coal or wood, with our celebrated dumping and
r UnTf-low
blinking attachment. Old grates alter.-.1 to low or I
down. Atollrona. gaa-log*, screena, shovel*, tongs, Ac., It
large variety. Wlloleaaie and retail. Send lot catalogen
ami price lint. Liberal discount to the trade. CONOVKK,
jvnol.l.bv A CO.. No. HHS Coital atreet, New York.
Marble and marblkizkd mantels, new dr
sign*. In in #12 upward; ntsn Monumental work at
greatly reduced prices; Marble Turning lor the trade. A.
K LA HER, 1H4 East isilt at., near Third avenue, New Yorh
ctTEWART'S NEW SLATE MANTELS, INLAID WITR
o tilea; also marble end Woo l Mantels, elegaut Ueaigsef
pricea very low. 220 and BBS Weil Twenty third
eaai Seraiuh eieoaa.

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