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t DRY OOODk. IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. . ? roR sixty pats only. 4 u *ri*o resolved to dispose or our LaRWR and well-assorted wholesale STCK R or 4-i A PIES'. GENTLEMEN'S ^ ANO children's f . FURNISHING liOODS, 'oRSBTS. AC., AC. -? at RETAIL, COMMENCING on MONDAY, OCTOBER 30. WE CALL ATTENTION OF HEAPS Or FAMILIES ANO OTHERS TO THIS IMPORTANT AMD THOU OtfOHLT RELIABLE ANNOUNCEMENT. THE DE TERMINATION TO RETAIL AT WHOLESALE TRICES BKIMQ GENUINE. PARTIES DESIRING TO SATISFY THEMSELVES OP THE POSITIVE BAR GAINS WE OTTER CAN~HB~CONVIIfCED BY A PER SONAL INVESTIGATION OF THE STOCK AND 9RICES. I RISBKB A RcHt'OH, NO. 377 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. ?Caution.?no connection with any OTHER ESTABLISH ME NT. Continued wonderful ?u?ei? nl THE MA KG UK RITA WAYB. "filch form. COIFFURE for front and hack, c>n be adjusted witbont ? single hairpin mid will not rip or tear; great Im provement on the "INVISIBLE," from $3 ?inward: made nf naturally curly hair, from *--> upward INVISIBLE FRONTS. In large variety, very mylieli and Improving the long* of all ladle* Initantly, #'? per Inch <?n real patent hair laeo and natural curly hair; <m Imitation lace, 81 ner Inch. The Inrnrit a**ortmrnt of HUMAN HAIR GOODS polliivolv retailed at wholesale price*. HAIR SWITCHES of ih* tineat quality of hair, and CURLS warranted naturally curly, in immense quantities. at price* to suit everybody NETS lor the iront lialr. 35c and 50c. each. COMBINGS in Mile up In the moat approved manner, j.'hv anil .'iOc. per ounce. Late?t method root* all one way. IIAIR TAKEN IN EXCHANGE GRAY HAIR A SPECIALTY. Our quality of Human Hair Good* can not lie excelled. The beat proof In the world, highest premium awarded by the American Institute. I,. SHAW S UNRIVALLED BEAUTIFYING BAZAAR CREME BLANCHE, or the MAGIC BEAUTIFIKK. for the complexion; Imparl* a brilliant transpar encv; recommended by tbe mo*l promi nent physicians. analyaed by the beat hernial* In thit country and proved to not only harm lee* "out very beneficial ? O the ?kln Applied at the More If de xirrd. free of charge, fl per box. ALL SUPERFLUOUS HAIR ON L1I8, CHEEKS. CHIN, ARMS, Ac.. REMOVED EFFECTIVELY In the wont possible ca*> * where alt prevloo* attempt* have faffed. Lady In attendance. F. OOl DRAY'S celebrated AURORA, i in bleach heir of eny color a fine golden I blonde without injury to the hair. Price lor three-onnee bottle, SI SJ: for *ix-onnce ! bottle. 82SO. J. B. FoNTANK'S wonder J< L L L L LLLLL S ssss S S ssss s S H SSSS II II II II II 11 II HIIIIH II a H II II U A AA A A A A A AAA A A A J lint Hf, 7A 3U. *F. ?. w " 'IV ? n ?? vv W mi preparation. DBKMAT1NE. a tare cure to remove all wrinkle* from the face, ftl W WW IV W W W W w w w w WW WW VV vv w w HO 54 WEST liTH ST.. near fith ave., New York. ONLY DEPOT. peNG?"o'RE GRAY IIAIR. L. SHAW S PERSIAN KIIENNA will change gray hair la It* natural color without tbe u*e OI LEAD. LAO SULPHUR or NITRATE IF SILVER from a beautiful brown to black SI 50 per box. A large n**ortment 0 Ml modemheauilfylng (^SMETICS on 1 and. THE HEATINO COMB (patented!. b.r re.torlng the vitality and original color or the hair when tnruing gray, for alleviat ing neuralgia anil nerroua headaehe*.Tor Instantly drylnr the hair after *"hlng. , and adding an unequalled glo?? and wave to the hair. $1! each. L. SHAW, aole agent. whole*ale and retell. Send for our New illustrated Price Ll?t. STORK will be kept open every Saturday | ? Oooda aenT'to all part, of the country, when prepaid, fire# of charge, on C. O. D., with privilege of examining. | V LOOM IN G D A LB BROTHERS, 038 3d nv., have the moat complete H B atock of BBBU Uoalery ^ ^ to be found In the city. B B ...imaM merino and wool lloae for India* and chil dren" In all the new and faehlonable ahadaa, intlading aeal plain cardinal. ?ral brown, navy blu* and lancy atrlpad at *?:'hiid ? .luiTwi regular made lloae. In nil fashiona bl' . ..lore, at 35c., ?old elsewhere at 40e. Men a ribbed wool half lloae, Lie. . ... . Ladle*' lancy atrlped Hoao at 10c., 13>ge. and 15?., and tpward. . Child a llo?o aa low a* Sc. Be careful not to go ^?^?f^LE ^ 03S 3d av. We will open on Wednesday, November L CO A SSS EEBK SSI CCAA88E 8 8 O A A 8 K 8 C A A 8 E 8 C A A 8S8 KE8 888_ C A AAA SB P 0 A A S K 8 C OA ASS E 8 8 CC A ?* SSS LBBB SSS Zepnyt Worsted*, our own importation, no domestic imitation. Price* will be greatly reduced. We *#H enlv the real imported Zephyr*, and a* wa Import Ihrm ourselves can l?^f5'il.ALK BROS.. Wis 3d av. HARRIS BROTHERS' KID GLOVE EMPORIUM. GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE TO REDUCE STOCK. LADIES' 1 BUTTON. REDUCED TO 4SC. A PAIR. LADIES' 3 BUTTON. REDUCED To 73C. A PAIR. LADIES' 3 BUTTON, REDUCED To #1 A PAIR. LADIES' 4 BUTJON. REDUCED TO SI 35 A PAIR. LADIES' H BUTTON, REDUCED TO SI 50 A PAIR. New and lasblonable shade*, superior quality. HARRIS BROTHERS, S77v BROADWAY, between 18th mul iVHh at*. 11 55555 11 55 11 56 11 5655 11 55 11 55 11 55 55 11 55 55 w 655 REAT REDUCTION IN HOOTS AND SHOES <S> <?> ' AT BROOKS'. J Ladles' line Mutton Bool*. $11, S3 ?'*>. 84 and 85. Ladle* , gentlemen ? and children * Boot* and Shoe*. the best made tn tbe city, at lower nrifftft than ativ nth?*r house. _ . M iRsr*' and cluMren ? Button Boota. $L and Bo>?' tine calf Button and Congre^ Boot*, rheap. tirttered work, handsome and easy nit. a ^ I llovi" mi**e?' and children*' I School Shoe*, cheap. 1 "? _ ? ;v s(Vlk0bootsATand SHOES. I Recommended by all Ph7?let*n?.. . Tbe highest award. Gold Medal and Diploma, awarded at the Gteai Centennial Exhibition. 1,198 Broadway, corner 3Uth St. PL AITI NO?81DB. SPACE AND BOX Pl.AITINO by maehlne, in eevan Improved *l?e*: Snar e Plaiting no extra charge . Sbemng and Hemming one cent P?r verrl: pinking in various strict; .ample* free. SAMUEL JOSEPH,38 Forayth at New 5 ork. Branch "Hires Jm Fulton ?? . Brooklyn, and 4411 Canal at.. Iwtween \ anck and 'ln<l?on, New York. _ xaTlTsKIN 8A< QUE WANTED?MUST BF. CHEAP. >ilvelow? ' ?-?* M'Ct. Addree. 118NRY. Herald Uptown DRY GOt>DS. BARGAINS IN. ' BVBKY DEPARTMENT. KINZEY. jririti tick >11 illk KIN/.K V Ribbons. worth 75c.. Bt 25c. |irA KIN/.KV. KINZK V. Another lot of .Silks. reduced KINZKY. dowu to 50c. yard from 81 MX KINZKY. KINZKY. Felt H?u. trimmed and KINZKY. antrtiumed. all the new shapes. KINZKY. KINZKY. Fur Trlramtncs. great bargains. Kl.NZKY. Bilk Fringes sad Gimps low. KINZKY. KINZKT. Wonted Frtrgeaand Braids KINZKY. PaeeeueDterie Gimps way down. KINZKY KiNZKY. Real Guipure Licet. I'-'Ht sp. KINZKY. lUal Yak Laces. 10c. yard op. KINZKY. KINZKY. Best Silk Velvets. lOe. piece. KINZKY. Bilk Bonnet Velvets cheap. KINZKY. KINZKY. Ladles' all linen Handkerchiefs, de. KINZKY. Colored Borders, all linea. Sc. KINZKY. KINZKY. Bojrs* colored bordered Handkerchiefs. Be. KINZKY. Hemstitch and initial 11 andsercbiefS.12)bc. KINXnY. KINZKY. Gent's linen hemmed, HHe. np. KINZKY. Lot Bilk Handkerchiefs. 25c. KINZBY KINZKY. Gent's Cashmere Mufflers, 25c. np. KINZKY. Gsnt's Furnishing Goods low. KINZKY. Kl.NZKY, Gent's Merino Cuderwear. 42c. up. KINZKY. Boy's Msrtno Underwear, SOc. up. KINZEY. Kl.NZKY. Ladiea' and Miaiei' Merino KiNZEY. Underwear. One goods, Sue. np. KINZKY. KINZKY. Bargains in Ladles'. Misses' KINZKY. And intents' Muslin Underwear. KINZKY. KINZKY. Chemise and Drawers. 39a np. KIM T Embroidered bkirls, B' each.. KINZKY. KI NZK Y. Fine Toeked Skirts. 50c. op. KINZKY. Fell Skirts at low prios. KINZKY. Kl.NZKY. Full assortment of Hand KINZEY. Knit Woollen Goods. KINZKY. KINZKY. Bargains In Towels, Be. np. KINZKY. Damask N apkins. from 5c. op. KINZBY. KINZKY, One Dollar two Button Kldo, 50c. KiNZEY. One Dollar twe Button Kids. 50c. KINZKY. KINZKY One Button Real Kid Gloves. 25c. KINZKY. White Kid Gloves at 31c. pair. Kl.NZKY. KINZKY. Gent's Kid Gloves, 60c. pair. KINZKY. Gent's Lined Winter Gloves. ' KINZKY. KINZKY. Our 75c. and 97c. Kids, warranted. KINZKY. French Cloth Gloves, 25c. pair. KINZKY. KINZKY. Gent's Fine Dog Skin Gloves, 7Sc. KINZKY. Boys' Fine Dug Skin Gloves, SOc. KINZKY. KINZKY. Toilet Waters, Perfumeries. KINZKY. 1'owders, Soaps, Brushes, Combs. KINZKY. KINZKY. Bronies, Silverplated Goods, KINZKY. Dressing Cases, Parian Goods, Ac, KINZKY. KINZBY. Wax Crying Dolls. 10c to B40. KINZKY. Toys, Games, Baskets, Frames, Act KINZKY. KINZKY. 1'ortemonnaies, Rags, Fans. Belts, KINZKY1. Albums, Cigar and Card Cases. Kl.NZKY. KINZKY. Fall Regular Halhriggan Hose. 25c. KINZKY. Ladles'Merino Striped Hose, 35c. KINZKY. KINZKY. Ladies' Fnncy<Ilosiery. !7e. up. KINZKY. Ladies' Hoso, plain colors, 17c. KlNZe.Y. . KINZKY. Misses' Striped English Hose. 10c. KINZKY. Misses' Fleeced Ilose. 10c. pair. KINZEY. KINZKY. Fancy Wool Hose, 15c. pair up. KINZKY. Ribbed Hose, good quality, 10c. pair. KINZKY. KINZKY. Gent's Merino Half Hose, I5e. np, KINZKY. Gent's Kegular Made llose, 2Uc. up. KINZKY. KINZKY. Ladles' and Misses' Fine KINZKY. French Cashmere Hose, low. KINZKY. KINZKY. Notion Department?Pins, 2c. paper; KINZEY. Hair Pins, 1c paper; Rest Needles, 5c - Machine Silks, 3c. spool; Hooka and Byea. lc. card; Elaslica, Muttons, Braids. Tapes, Worsteds. Scissors, Cot ton Plnaa. Silks. Ac., very low. WILLIAM KINZEY. KOS. 707 AND 760 BROADWAY, CORNER OTII ST. J^T JAMES M'CREEKY A CO.'S, Broadway and 11th at. SILKS, SILKS, SILKS. Black, colored and novelty Silka, la magnitude, variety and deicription unexcelled In any country. VELVETS. Colored Trimming Velvets, all new colors, $3 per yard. Black Trimming Velvets, $1 50 per yard. 38-lneh all sltk Mantilla. t?: sold everywhere for BIO 50. Broeatelles, stripes and other exclusive patterns in FANCY VELVETS. c ^T JAMES M'CUEERY AND 00.'8. Broadway and 11th at. Reduction in Dress Goods, from aoction sales of last week. Scotch Plaids. 24 Inches wide, 30 and 37'f cents; regular price 50 and 62)* cents. All wool Mntelasse and Basket Cloth, 50 cents, npwartL Merino's, Cashmeres (new colors)), 75 cents per yard. Rich Dress Goods. Broeatelles, Metelasse. Basket Pattern and other high Novelties, at marked down prices. A ROBS LEY'S CC c o c 8 A HUB PPP KERB TTTTT 888 AA R R P P E T 8 8 A A R K P P E T 8 A A R R P P E r 8 A A RRR PPP KEE T 888 AAAA R R P E T 8 A A R R P K T 8 A A R R P E T 8 8 ? A R K P keek T 888 < o c G O 00 Another large Invoice of new patterns Just received. English velvets from fl 50 per yard. L.000 pieces Body Brussels from $1 per yard. 2,000 pieces Tapestry from 0 'c. per yard. Three plies, fl per yard. Lowell extra super Ingrains from 80c. per yard. Other Ingralna from 33c. per yard op. Ollclotbe, all widths, 35c. per yard ap. Large lines of Druggata, Rugs, Mats. These prices ere the lowest ever offered in this conntry for first class goods. J. A J. W. CROSSLEY, 320 end 322 Broadway, corner Peart at. T GAVNOR'8. " "" 1,153 Broadway, between 2'tth and 37th sis. We make specialties of Corset*. I'anlers and Balmoral Skirts, and presume that In ne other place (n the country nan be seen a greater variety, more elegant styles and quality of material at oar nrlees. which ere!murh lowered to suit the times. Uur late novelties. L? Penler Rouge, also Le dupon Rouge, in rlotb, trrge and flannel, are moat stylish end seasonable. Old llouee of UAYNKK. Importer, 1,153 Broadway. A. o000000 Est ah P ?CU lished ? in? (ioodft o ? a \ % 1 I it .. I % IX IX o Popular O LLLLLLL jp ^000000??? FREPKRICE LOF.SKR A t'O.'S Bmohlya mammoth estslilishmenl. Dress Goods, Millinery, Fenny Goods. Ntlke. Lenee, Hosiery Hutloos.'Rilihone, Gio^s, Uude.-wear, ladles' and children a Ouifits OUR "FASHION LIGHT." published mnnlhly, noutaius choice readme- matter and gives all the latest information on fashions. It will, oa ap plication. be mailed tf.-e of rherge itrdere from the coun trv solicited and bl ed wltli great care aud despatch Grdere from fill* upward awarded at our espouse when prepaid by Post office order or draft. KKIM RICK LOESKK A CO Fulton. Tillary ami M asblngtna sta, Brooklyn. N Y. "T~MKHICAN HAIR DRESSING l"A KLoKK-LADIEM ,/Y.owu llair taken In exchange; invisible Crimps ma te oat ol natural rurly hair, hair dressing done by wren, month or day. terms no-derate, at h. 1. KKTKLTAH' 523 6th av., two doors above diet p. An elegant met or point lack floi kcbs Cos! *7" I, will be sold for less tliaa half their original e. si Apply to ?' A Kl Lis. no-iiisie, ,l2:t rtth av HARGA INS IN SEAL SACQUKs! IrSb A~N'7>~J6.', ORG. C. ALLEN, 1,11*1 Broadway, near .'Will ct. KFEKP'S CUSTOM SHIRTS MA OR TO MEASURE ? h.The very best, ti lor 1!? not the .lightest r-hli stion in take or keep anv at KKBI' S shirts unless perfectly satis factory. 571 Broadway. SsilKil Areli st . Philadelphia. Smith s patter* iiazaap.. m east Nffl BT., near 5lh av ?Grand displey of Imported Fashions s? perb Fell costumes. Ladies Polonaises, Oeertklrte. Clocks. Ae ; large variety Children s Costumes. Patterae. with cloth models, new reedy. Catting and baetieg a specialty. gitaac? dry good*. SPECIAL BARGAINS. A. T. STEW AST A CO. will continue to offer their tmmanae itock of BLACK. COLORED AMD FANCY SILKS, the production of the mo.t celebrated h*r Lyom. > I are* portion of which ?? poreb.M'lbeforc lh? cnormoat advance In price of raw ttlk, and which will be ut fared at their naual LOW PRICES. Broadway, 4th nr., 9th and 10th eta 1)MTAlL " CLOTH DEPARTMENT. . T. STEWART A CO. Invite apodal attention to the large and well eeiected atoek ai Clotha in their Retail Department. PUB CLOTHE for gentlemen'* wear, comprlalng WEST OP ENGLAND BROADCLOTHS, BLACK AND COLORED CA88IMEBES, DOESKINS. DIAOONAL8. SUITINGS. AC.; PLAIN AND PANCT SCOTCH CHEVIOTS, new deaigna. OVERCOATINGS IB MELTONS, KLV81AN. PUB BEAVERS. AC., AC., eeiected from the beet manulaetorere la Great Britain eapeeially for Ibcir firal claaa retail trade. CLOTHS, CASSIMhKES, SUITINGS. of Kreach, German und Belgian manefaeture. CHINCHILLAS, ESQUIMAUX. HIMALAYA. ? MOSKOW, EDREDON, SEDAN AND OTHER HEAVY PUR LINED BEAVERS for ladlea' and pentlemen'e wear. French All Wool I MATE LASS it CLOTH. for Ladlea Dolmana. Sacquea and Clrrnlare. SEALSKIN CLOTH. 6-4 wide; a perfect imitation; not Impaired by rain or auow. LITEM CLOTBiK.ED^piiCO.D.LL DOMESTIC C'ASSIMERKS. their own maniifaemre; laleet atylea In Plalde, Checka and btripea for men'e and hoye' wear. lXdIES* CLOTHS. In all the dealrable ahadea for ,'loaka, Promenade and Rid ing Habile. Endleb and American Waterpruola. ... . ? in plalda and plain colore. BROADWAY. 4TH AV.. AND 1QTH 8TB. _A.~~ B. H. MACY A CO., MACY'S. 14TU ST. AND OTH AV. MACY'S. GRAND CENTRAL FANCY AND MACY'I' DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. MACY'S." WE UAVB ENLARGED oar etinbliehmeni, MACY'Ke "" added new departmenta. and ara manufacturing MACY'S. Pall nnd Wlnicr Sulia and Cloaka for ladlea and IIACV'^ mtaeee to order, from our own matarlala or ma MACY'S. terlal fnrnlahed by themaelye* MACY'S. MACY'S. MACY'S. . MAOV;s. MACY'I OUR MILLINERY, MANUPACTURING and MACY'I DRBS8MAKINQ DEPARTMENTS ARE MACY'I PLACED BEFORE THE PUBLIC AT OUR MACY'I USUAL POPULAR PRICES, AND NO KXER MACY'S.' TION WILL BE SPARED to OAIN FOR MACY'I THEM THE SAME FAVORABLE EHTIMA MACY'I TION WHICH OUR OTUKB DEPARTMENTS MACY'I ARB RBCBlVINO. MACY'S. MACY'I ON THE FIRST FLOOR ARB OUR MACY'S. LACES. EMBROIDERIES AND LINEN MACY'S. HANDKERCHIEFS, RIBBONS, Flowrra. MACY'S. Feathera, Hula, and Millinery Gooda of ever* HACY'S. deacrlption. Tie*. Toilet Article*, Stnall MACY'S. Ware*. Trimming*, White Gooda. lloaae MACY'S. keeping Oooda, Worateda, Album*. Hooka uirf'fl, nnd Stationery, Paaae Partouta, Bronaea, MACY'S. Fancy Goode, Sliver and Plated Ware, Hon MaCY'S, bon Boxea; Ladlea". Miaaaa' and Children'* MACY'S. Hoot*. SHOES. SLIPPERS and Overahoea; MACY'S. Gentlemen'* Fnrniahing Good*; Gentlemen'*, MACY'S. Ladle*'. Youtha' and Children'* Uoaiery and IIAOY'B. TOYa, DOLLS, DOLLS' ARTICLES, CONFEC MACY'S TIONERV nnd SODA Alao MACY'S OUR NEW DEPARTMENT. MACY'S.' BLACK DRESS SILKS, MACY'S. MERINOS AND VELVETS MACY'I AT VERT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. MACY'I LA FORGE TWoTrUTTON KID GLOVES. MACY'S. 98 cents, warranted. MACY'I ON THE SECOND FLOOR. A FULL AND MACY'I desirable STOCK OF LADIES' AND MACY'S. MISSES' UNDERCLOTHING, Coraeta, and MACY'S. Fauiera, Ac. Alao MACY'I BOYS' CLOTHING MACY'I In Fall and Winter Snlta. unsurpaiaad In atyla, MAC\"'S. naeortment, quality and pnc*. MACY'I SALESROOM IN THE BASEMENT MACY'S CROWDED WITH NEW AND DESIRABLE MACY'i! HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AT POPULAR MACY'I: rcIHINA. MAJOLICA AND GLASSWARE. MACY'S. STRICTLY THE FINEST ASbORTMENT IN MACY'S. THE CITY. T ACE CURTAINS. LACE CURTAINS. 10,0*> pair*. Furcha?ed at auction, the M??ck of an importing house retiring from business, at an enormous sacrltice. 100 pair* of real Laco curtain* at $0, nsnally told nt $11 SO. 350 pain of real Lace Curtain* at $8. naually told nt $15. 500 pnlra of real Lace Curtain* at $12 SO. uaually told at $22. 100 pair* of Bruaaela Lace Curtain* at $?o, naually aold at $100. 1,500 pair* ol Nottingham (guipure atylea) at $2 lO. uaually aold at $5 75. 1.500 palra of Nottingham (gnlpnre atylea). at $5 uaoaily aold at $10. 1.500 paira of Nottingham (guipor# atylea), at $7 SO. uaually aold at $12 50. Nottingham Lace Cnrtalni, from one dollar per pair to the lineal Imported. Thi* atoek compriaea the largeat and flneat aaaortment ever offered at letail In this country, and all at about one half the naual prloe. Alao Shade* and Cornlcea, to tit any window. Carpet* Real French Moquettea. $2 yard and upward. Velvet Carpet*. $1 25 and upward. Body Bruaaol*. $1 SO. $1 75. Tapeatry Bru.ael*. $1 nnd onward. Ingrain*. extra super beat quality. 7oc. and upward. In-raina. good quality, 35e. and fiOc. per yard. Oilcloth*. A manufacturer*' Mock, from one to eight yardi wide, from 25c. per ydtd. Drugget* of every deacripiion a apeclalty. siieppaIId knapp, is:t and 1H5 6th av. (on* door below I3tb at.). New York. ADIEb' SUITS. Grand dlaplay of Fall and Winter Style* now on exhibition nt greatly reduced price* Alnaca Suit*. In all the fashionable colore, very taatefully trimmed at $6 $7. $8 and $'?* each. P?.ulin' suit* In *11 'he faalilonabla ahadea, very hand ?omirt trimmed, at ?I<>. *12. $14 and $16 each. CaMimere -oil*. all the failnouable ahadea in tilk combl nVrene\|l?>pl">*'Suil?. rlehlv and elaborately trimmed in *' B|,nchdnnVro*'oreifsilk?Mii?*. Terr haudaome, equal to Im nnrted at $.'111 $4.', $5<) aud upward. A rtatt ol impaction 1? reapeeltully aollcited. W. K. PEYTON. 27. and 274 Bowery. _*ntB M PEDDIK'S ~KENOWNKI> CORSET8; A.Venn* Biting guaranteed : Abdominal Coraeta and Sup porter* apecialile* 336 Bowary. fvlt RELIABLE and ELEGANT FURS. SEAL -eroue. and Far Trimming* go to SIIAYNE'S. adjoining Wallaek'* Theatre. Cleaning, altering and repairing; good work ; price* low. ___ FNITK- SEAL AACQUES RRDYED TO LOOK LIKE ' new mink and aable darkened; lining, altering and ?lmra"ng J '? WILLIAMS, il.in Fulton at Brooklyn. HAPGOOD* SPANISH arched is stem MOOT give* the foot an elegant api.earanc# and makes the toot look two aire* amaller ; at prloe* to .ult the time*. Shoe ilepartment. KINNEY'S. Broadway andmh .1. IITmmIS'"-IIAlli NETS FOR THE FRONT HAIR; Invlalble Crimp* made of naiural rurly halr; alaolarge aalHrimeat ol Braid*, t atagan Net* lor the hack hair. 23 1' n I on nquare . .... . - TTwfurs PaTTKBN H V/.AAR. Irt EAST 14TII ST.. Urmid display ??f Imported KMhlom, sw Co.?umeV L^le" ' l'olnnai.er Over klrla, I leak*. S'e .r geT.rlTo t hlld-en* t'oatuniea: Palter,,, with fbrti, model* readv , oiling and n.atlog a .peelalty. T_-? wvRWIXO DRESSES (NKWi FOR SALE-PINK 111 JIk lace Kvndrre*. $60; blue ailk crepe de Irt $?'?" ' ?" a. 278 3d av._ WAsrui i" BUY?JOB LOTS OP DEI OOOPB, \\ ,-1 .Kin. It.oil. and Shwee Ac, amiable lor country trade Add?*** tt -no week. WILLIAMS. Herald I ptowtl etBea. _ kl'ANTFD?SECOND HAND SEALSKIN HAPK, IS W iiil aider. Ut c?h- Addrem S. S. tk. H.rrid oflkm. _ DRY GOODS. ^WraCTIVKDI SPLAY. ?? <$> I LORD A TATLOR. ^ On MONDAYT October 'to, wo wilt offer sfurthsr lot of CHBAP HEAL SKIN 8ACQURH, ot fit, $6n^47;>. |ltt, flu end upward. SEAL MUFPS to match, at $7 50, $10, $13 50, $15, $17 SO and op ward. KINK ALASKA HaBLK MUFFS, at $5 50, $8 59. $8 59 aad opward. FINE FRENCH HARLk ANIi I.YNX MUFFS, at $5 50, $4 50, $6. $7 50, $1U and upward. We aim aell at price* proportionately low black fox sil vered. silver martm, silver fox. chinchilla and other desir anlr floe Kara. We take occasion to say that although oar prices are low wa sell no unsound furs. OUR KUR TRIMMING STOCK is the beat assorted in the city and at prices altogether satis factory to purchasers. Squirrel loe plataa for lining. CHILDREN'S RKTs'Tn" GREAT VARIETY, commencing with Huffs and Ho was at 75r. each. WHITE AND SILVERED CONY SACQUK* for infant* and children. Misses' Seta in ASTRACHAN. . CHINCHILLA. SQUIRREL, ERMINE, Ac. KUR CAPS. We commence onr REAL REAL at $2 50 each A splendid assortment of iadiss' HEAL HATH, in all the new shapes. rUK COLLARS, FUR GL0VB8. ROBES, Ac. Spacial attention given to repairing PURS and relining MUFFS and SACQUE8. HEAL S ACQl'EH, made to order, to lit any aise, at short notice. LORD A TAYLOR, BROADWAY AND 20TH ST., GRAND. CI1RYHTIK AND 83 AND 85 FORSYTH 6T /7ARPXT8I Astonishing bargains! I Frlce* absolutely nnpracedeatedttt Prices that canaot ha equalled! 1! 1 Having now on hand a large stock of Carpets. Furniture, Redding, Ac.. I invito the public to give me a eall before purchasing else where. Carpets!!! English Brnssels from $1 30 par yard upward. 'tapestry Brussels from $1 per yard upward. Three ply trout $1 per yard upward. Ingrain front 30c. per yard upward. Royal hemp from 18c. per yard upward. Oilcloths!!! A large assortment of Oilcloths In nil widths. Furniture! I! Farlor, chamber, dining room and kitchen Furniture. A choice variety of Cornices. Isee Curtains, Window Shades, Drugget*. An. at prices which defy competition. D. KELLY'S great uptown wareroomi, 512 and 514 8th av., corner 38th st. For Other Dry Goods Advertisements See First Page. MlLUNEKk AID DHEHVMAKMU. AT K. MATIIEKS A CO.'8 Rill BROADWAY. NEAR I'.illi at.?Have uow an opening ol n choice selection of f rench bonaeta and English promenade hats of the latest styles. TMMK. PRICK'S.-Vi5~RTH AV..~8ECOND DOOR above 2*th at., a One assortment of French bonnets and runnd hats: also a large slock of millinery goods, comprising the latest novelties. ?A? NEW PARISIAN NOVELTIES. Mines. PORTER A DO AXE, IMPORTERS, BROADWAY AND 170 5TH AY., having Just received a case of new Parisian Bonnets and lints, will exhibit on TUESDAY, OCTOBER SI, 187ft A -A ?A ? Mrs. MYERS, 33 East 14th St., between 5th av. and Unlversltr place. Rpeclalties?Misses' and children's Millinery, ladies' dress Csps and Mourning Millinery. -MARIS TILMANnToF PARIS.?LATEST, FINEST ? l'arie Millinery. Largo, unioue assortment of rare ele gance 423 nth av., near 26th st. New goods. A -IMPORTED PAKIR PATTERNS, ? now open. Material and patterns cut from meaaare * warranted to lit perfectly. Mrae. A. DU store 886 Broadway. ?SUPERIOR DKKHHMAKINU. Exquisite fit and stylo. Klogant French Corsets and Panlers. Mme. A DUVAL. store 886 Broadway. A A -MME. BARNES, 311 6TH AV.. NEAR I9TH .ST.? ? Novelties In Bonnets. Round Hats, Children's Mil linery; choice selection of Widows' Caps. Dress nnd Morn ing Caps. Mourning orders receive prompt attention. K. CROWE, IMPORTER OF ENGLISH ROUND ? Hals, Festbor>, Ac.. Ac. 39 Union square, near 17th st. CI M. OLNKT. IMPOKTRK. WILL OPeFtHk"PRES. y.ent week new and distingue designs In Winter llats; also a large asaortmeut of Mourning Hats. 3D East 14tii st. DRKSSMAkTNfl.-LATKST IMPORTED STYLES FOR bulls. vol<8t Cloaks, Polonaises; ffrst cIhss work done at asoderste prices: stage and evening dresses; fltting per fect. Address M. HRITTON, 100 West 24th St., corner Uth av.. up stairs. 4t"LAOONOMY"?"ECONOMY"?POLONAISE. BASQUES, Jit Dolmans, Racques. rnt and balsted: Oversklrts draped; lastriictlnn how to finish; evening dresses, street costumes made In alegaut ttylcs. Mme. LEl'l'AKD, 1U1 14th st., curui r 6lh av. tjVAKHionXhlk dressmaker wants a few more customers by the day. Addreas Miss M., Herald I'Mown office. 3 RUNOUT FROM PAHI8 (LATE WITH AU" F.gnste Petit. 7 rae Do UPnix), Just received Parisian Hair Net lor ladies'front bair: also large variety of In visible Crimp, made with naturally curly hair. 7 Union square, near Tiffany's. , APUOOD'H SPA nTrII ARCHED 1NHTKP HOOT gives the foot an elegant appearance and makes the toot look two sises smaller; at prices to suit tha limes. Shoo Department. KINZKY'S. Broadway and tub st. A ULKABON, 1,145 BROADWAY" MAKES ? Evening Drrssus. Raits, Cloaks snd Wraps; alto a large Room to rent, suitable for mllltnsry. M ME. A PALMER, 791 Broadway, w!U open Monday. October 3o. a case or Parts, London and Berlin ladies' and misses' . Cloaks and Salt* ol the latest stylos and choicest patterns. Particular attention paid to ladles' own material. Orders will be executed at very reasonable prices and a perfect at guaranteed by MME. A. PALMER, 791 Broadway, opposite Grace church, nesr Ituh st. MMEl UALOUrKAU. .3 EAST lOTII ST. Wll.f, open her Inst importntlon of Paris Millinery for winter on Wednesday, November I. MB. F.^PINCltuV; ~ 42 Kaat 10th St.. having returned trom Paris, has opened n largo assort ment ot Cloaks, Wraps and Dresses, to which she calls the attention ol the ladle* of Now York and strangers visiting the city. LLF.' iTarTdTiJL 33 EAST IoT U RT ? DREuSRH and Cloaks mads In latest Parisian stylo; perfect Bt guaranteed. AISON WALTON. 883 BROADWAY, ABOVE UNION square ? Importer* of fashions In Bonnets and Bound lists, from Purls snd 1-ondon ; Mourning Goods from W. C. Jay A Co., Regent at, MMKTNaTALIK TII.MAN~(LATR Or HT7l~ AND 18TII sip., now l.tsl Broadway, hotween 31st and 32d sis.) ? Hours. Modes, Robes. N. B ? Bridal Wreaths and Veils a specialty. MME. K. UUGKNIIRIM, OF 1.193 BROADWAY, j Worsteil Embroideries, Lingerie and Stamping estah- , llslimcnt. has removed to 1,151 Broadway, between 20th i and 27llt sts. ? MME. ARNOLD, HAVING RETURNED FROM RU- I rope with all the newest styles. Is prepared to (III orders ' tor fall and winter Dresses in the best manner and with her : usual promptness, at 53 Wrst 21st st. MLI.ES. HAUGNON, 13 WRST UTU ST.. NEAR Broadway.?Hndnets. Cloaks nnd French Cornets at moderate pries*; Suits order from $12 to $18. M IRS J. SCOTT. 115 WEST 22D RT.-HAT FEATHERS Flowers. Ladies' own material made np; Trimming, $1' ?ILK DltESK FRINGES MADE TO ORDER ) in any color, stvle or length, at JACKHON's Factory. 115. 117, 119 and 121 East 13th st.. near 4th av. STORAGE. A -GRAND CENTRAL SfoKAGl: WAREHOUSE FOR _/V?Kuriiilurr. Pianos, Baggage. Ac. Inspection Invited. Broadway aud 47th st. MORGANA BROTHER, Propri etors. A? STORAGE.?WEST SIDE STORAGE WARE ?honses, 593,834,636, Hudson St.. 779 Green* Ich at. and 19 Abingdon square ?Storage and safe keeping lor fur niture, pianos, baggage, trunks, mirror*, paintings, orna ments, carpets, theatrical properties; goods and wares nf every description received day or night; separata rooms of any else : oldest (established IRIOi, lowestdn rate, most ac commodating, extensive and responsible establishment in the business. R. TAGOAKT, Owner and Proprietor. Office, 593 Hudson st. (Abingdon square). Advances (no ronuri on furniture, pianos, Ac., If stored at advertiser's warehouses. Address STORAGE, llernbl Uptown Branch office. A-MORRKLL'S FIRST CLASS STORAGE WARE ?houses, for ffno furniture, trunks, cases, pianos, orna ments, works of art. Ac. bafc deposit vaults for valuables. Safes nf all sises. In vaults, to rent oy the month or rear, affording absolute security. Ererv lacility for parties leav ing lite cltv. Corner 4th av. nnd 32d it. 13MPIK& STORAGE WARKIIOUSRS FOR FURNITURE, IVplanns, mirrors, baggage and merchandise In separate rooms. These first class warehouses have more sevariiy, lower ratas of insurance and lower charges for storage than any similar establishment. Inspection Invited. Ilemov tog boxing and shipping promptly attended to. II. O'REILLY AGO , proprietors, :t*x, 380 and 882 Hudson -t U? HJJil STORAGE WAREHOUSES. -I'NSUIU't SS ED Jjlor safe keeping of furniture nnd goods of every kind. |ti3 to 197 West 3od st.. one door westerly Iroin tit It av. OTORAOR IN PLASTERED ROOMS FOR FURNf. vliur". hitggagr, carriages, Ac. 199, III, 113 and 115 East 44th st. L?T0RAflE FOR FURNITURE, PIANOS. BAGGAGE, ij.tr. -Separate rooms, lowest rales, elevator, watchman; furniture removed. MM'IIAI.ES A SON, 88, 43 Commerce st., near Blaecker. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS. Rational link-prom MKiiij tfiitfirKT. ox v a n . w- rOK WNOOH. fciSiPw"* I DENMARK.Nor. II 1 r. H. GREECE Nor. A 9\. M. | HOI.LAND .Nor. I8.7A. M. ix.. w KOB QtSEJiBTOW* AND LIVERPOOL IKVi W. ?K IM.I KNltLAND Nor. 11. 1 P. M. bVAJ;N N"I *? 7 KOrPT..._*or. in, 7 A. M. c?bi? passage, $55. $t?i or $7t>. currency. Return i IcSels. $160. $1|<> or $120, currency. Steerage |iau?f., $itl. currency Drafts Lsued from XI upward nt current rates. Apply at the company's office, *W Broadway. Steerage ticket, con also lie ootainod at I be company ? p|er?. H end 17 North Hirer. _____ H. W. J. Hl'RST. Manager. Great wfcS KHN steamship link. TO BRISTOL I K.N GLAND) DIKKCT, . uu .1,^*1, ns rrom P'?r 1? East Hirer as loliows:? i=i.wv^L'K'/r "????? Saturday. Nor. 18 1. J, s'aioper Wednesday. Nov. 26 ?..V. passage. $70; intermediate. $15; steerage, $36. fl.??ek'?a.SlJO: prepaid steerage certlB t-nte. ?aa. Apply to W. D. Motto AN. Agent. 70 South st. u NITED STATE* MAIL LINE?STEAM TO QLKENS TOWN AND LIVERPOOL Sailing on TUESDAY, from pier ttt North Hirer. NEVADA.. .Oct. 31. 3 P. M. I WYOMINO.Nor. 14. 3P. M. WISCONSIN.Nor. 7.VK.I.M. | DAKOTA. .Nor. 21. 6 A. M. Cabin. ftkV $70 and $H0, currancy. Iittertnadialp. $4<>; Stearait*. PuMnseri booked lo and from Parii. Ileinourg. fiorwaf, Bwrdeu, Ac. Drafts on Ireland, England. France and Uer many, at lowest rates. WILLIAMS A Gt ION, 29 Broadway. Sl^wxrw^TI?.E _7HK. 8?'LENDID MAIL STEAM Oship NEVADA, Captain Gnard, sails Irom pier 18 North Kiver, foot of King St., for Queeustowu and Lirerpool, on f usaday, October 31. at 3 P. M. Cabin, intermediate and ??????? ?* lowe?? rates. Apply to WILLIAMS A GLION, 20 liroadway. / TUNAKD LINE.-B. AND N. A. ft. K. K. B. CO. IJ NOTICE. With a riew to diminishing the ebtnees of collision the steamer, of this line toko a specific courso for all seasons of the year. Ott tne ontward passage from Qneenstown to Now York or Boston, crossing the moridlan ol 3D nt 13 latitude, or noth ing lo the north of 13. tin the homeward passage, crossing the raeridloa of 50 nt 12 listittide, or nothing lothe north or 12. KKOM NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENS TOWN. SCYTHIA Wed.. Nor. I BOTHNIA....Wed. Nor. IS ALtihKlA....Wed.. Nor. 8 AH YSSINIA .YVed.. Nor. 22 Stenmers marked thus (*) do not carry steerage passen gers. Cabin nn.sage, $80. $11)0 and $130, gold, according to acromniodiition. lleturn tickets on tarorable terms. Steerage tickets to sud from all parte ol Europe at vuiy low rates. Freight and pan. <g- office No. 1 Bowling Green. 1 CHARLES G. FRANC'KLYN, Agent. HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET COMPANY'S LINE lor PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG and HAMBURti. CKLLKKT Nov 2 SI KVIA Nor. 16 I'UMMKilAMA. Nov. 0 L KISSING Nor. 28 Kntcn of passage to Plymouth, London, Chcrhnnrg, Ham burg and all point, in England First Cabin. $10i, gold; Sec nd Catiin, $tK>. gold; Steerage, $3". currency. KUNllAKirr A CO. C. K. RICIIAKDA BOAS. Gcunrai Agents. General Passenger Agent-, 61 Broad st. New York. 61 Broadway New York. State link. NEW YORK TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL DUBLIN, BELFAST AND LONDONDERRY', from pier 42 North Hirer (footof Canal St.),as follows: ? STATE OF INDIANA Thursday, November2 STATE OF GENIKOIA Thursday, November I) STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thursday, .Moveniber 16 STATE OF VIRGINIA Thursday, November 30 First and every alternate Thursday thereafter, First cabin, $60 and $7<i. according to accommodation; retnrn ticketa, $1 ID. $125. Second cabin. $43; return tickets. $fi. Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to AUSTIN BALDWIN A CO.. Agents,' No. 72 Broadway. New York. STKKKAl.E TICKETS AT 45 BROADWAY AND AT THE COMPANY'S PIER, FOOT OF CANAL ST., NORTH RIVER. [NMAN LINK.-MAIL STEAMERS for Queen.town and Liverpool. CITY OK RICHMOND Saturday, Nor. 1, at 7 A. M. CITY; OK HKKLIN Saturday, Nov. 18. i ?M ' A. M. CITY OF CHESTER Saturday, Dec. 2, at rt A. <1. CITY OF RICHMOND Saturday. Dee. 6. at 12 M. CITY OF BERLIN Saturday. Dec. 23. at 0:30 A. M. From pier 45 North River. Cabin. $8<l aud $100, gold. Keturu tickets on larorsble terms. Steerage, $.'8. currency. Drafts at lowest reive. Saloons, staterooms, smoking and bathroums amidships. .lOll.N O. DALE). Agent. 13 and 33 Broadway. VTATIONAL LINE?FROM PIERS H AND 47 N. K 1> FOB LONDON. Greece Nor. 4, 7 A. M. I Holland.... Nor. 18, 7 A. M. Denmark Nov. 11, 1 l>. M. Erin Nov. 25, 11 A. M. FOR QLEBN'STOWN AND LIVERPOOL Spain Nor. 4, 7 A. M. I Egypt..... Nor. 18, 7 A. M. England....Nor. 11.1 P. M. I Helvetia. ..Nov. 25, II A. M. Cabin passage. $55, $ 0 or *70. currency, ltriuru tickets, $luo, $110 or $120, currency. Steerage passage, $26, currency. Drafts issued from ?1 npward at current rates. Apply at the company's office, 66 Broadway. Steerage tickets can also be obtained nt the ,nn,n,H,'. nl.,. J A ?i.O 17 Si ...? I. IJ t.... . company's piers, 11 and 17 North Hirer. F. W. J. HURST. Manager. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. TUB GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S MAIL STEAMERS BETWEEN NRW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT PLYMOUTH (O. B.) for the landln^of passengers. The splendid vessels on this tavorite ronte for the Conti nent (cabins provided with eleetric bells) will sail from pier No. 13.toot ol Harrow at., North Kiver. as follows:? LABRADOR, Sangtier Saturday, November 4, 5 P. M. ST. GERMAIN, Keculoux...Saturday, November 11, 2 P. M. CANADA (Frengeul) Saturday. November 18. 7 A. M. PRICK OK PASSAGE IN GOLD (Inelhdln Hug wines) :? First t'sbln, $110 to $120, according to accommodation; Second Cabin, *72; Third Cabin, $40. Return ticketa at reduced rates. Steerago. $26, with superior aocommodetlon,'includlng wine, bedding and utensils, without extra charge. LOUIS DE BKHIAN. Agent, 35 Broadway. Anchor line, united states mail steamers, NEW YORK AND GLASGOW. ETHIOPIA..Nor. 4. 7 A. M. HOLIY'IA...Nor. 18. 7 A. *. VICTORIA..Not. 11. 1 P. M. ALSATIA...Nor. 25, noon. TO GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL OR DEIIRY*. Cabins, $65 in $80. according to accommodations. Intermediate. $35. Steerage. $28. NKW YORK AND LONDON. ELYSIA Nov. 4.7 A.M. UTOPIA..Nor. 25. tl A. M. ANGLIA Nov. 18.7 A.M. AUSTRALIA..Dee. 9, noon. Cabin. $35 to$7U. Steerage. $28. Cabin Excursion Tieketeat reduced rate*. Drafts Issued for any amount at current rates. Company's pier Nua. 20 and 21 North Rirer. New York. HENDERSON BROS.. Agents. 7 Bowling Green. XtORTH GERMAN LLOYD J> STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. Company's pier, toot of 2d st.. Hoboken. WESER. ..Saturday, Nor. 4 I ODER Sat., Nor. IS KHKI.V . Saturday, Nor. 11 | HERMANN....Sat.. Nor. 25 Rates of passage from New York to Southampton, Havre ?Hr\7o?bln.$100. gold; Second Cabin. $60. gold J Steer ago. *:*>. currency. For ireight or ft CO.. 2 Bowling Green. white star Link. YV FOR QUKENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. The steamers ol this line take the lano routes recom mended by Llentenant Maury, U. S. N., going south of the Banks on the passage to Queenstown all the rear round. BRITANNIC - Ngvember if, at 1:3o P. M. GERMANIC November 25. at noon. ADRIATIC December 2, at5:*0 A. M.. BRITANNIC . December 16, at 5:30 A. M From White Star Docks, pier 52 North River. Rates?Saloon, $80 and $100. in gold; return tickets oa reasonable terms. Steerage. $28. Saloon staterooms, smoking and bath rooms are placed amidships, where the noise and motion are least, affording a degree of comfort hitherto unattainable at sea. For Inspection of plans and other information apply nt the company's office, 37 Broadway, New York. It. J. CORTI8, Agent. XTORril GERMAN LLOYD IN STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN* NEW TORE, SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN. Company's pier, foot of 2d at., Hoboken. MOSEL.. .Saturday, Oct. 2S I KHK1N....Saturday, Nor, 11 WKSKK...Saturday, Nor. 11 ODER .... Saturday, Nor. 18 Ratas of pnssage from Now Y'ork to Southampton, Havre #,Klmoi.iI?'<AH<l; Second Cabin, $8". gold; Stter *?'? c"? reduced rates. Prepaid Steerage cartlflcates. $32, currency. For freight or |Jf,Pi|s?ft CO., 2 Bowling Green. Most DIRECT AND ECONOMIC ROUTE TO lioie LAND, BELGIUM, THE RHINE, SWITZERLAND. AC.. A?\. VIA ROTTERDAM. Steamer Sl'HOLTKN Oct. 26 Steamer MAAS Nov. 6 These licautiful steamers, carrying the United States mail to the Netherlands, aro great favorites with the public. Trtpa regular, rates low, comfort and living perfect. For freight. For passage, PUNCH. KDY'B ft CO.. L W. MORRIS. 27 Soutli William st- 00 Broadway (Morris' European Express). WJiL,*<>X LINK. FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND I1ULL, Vt sailing front pier 53 North Hirer ae follows : ? COLOMBO... November 11 I IIINIXIO December 6 OTII ELL't November 25 [ N A V A HI NO.... December 23 Fir?t cabin, $70, currency, second rantn, $45. currency. Excursion tickets on very favorable terma. Through tickets Issued to Contlnentsl and Itsltic ports. Apply, lor tnll par ticulars. to CllAKLKS L. YV KlOilT ft CO., 58 South ft. WILSON LINK. FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND HULL, 11 sailing from pier 53 North River, as follows ;? NAVAKINO October 28| 'n il El.LO.... November 18 I'tll.oMHO November 41 HINDOO. December 2 First caton, $70, currency; second cabin. $45, currency. Excursion tickets nn very larnrable terms. Through tickets Issued to f'ootincntsl snd Baltic ports. Apply, lor 561 par tlcnlars. to CHARLES I.. W It IGIIT A CO.. .'8t South st. American link. Weekly Mali Steanislilp Service between PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL, calling at Qneenstown. Sailing every Thursday from I'liiladelnhlak and Sailing every Wednesday fruni Liverpool. The following steamers are appnlnteu to (all from Phila delphia : ? 'LORD CLIVft Oct 26 | ?CITYofNEW YORK.Nor.ifl OHIO Nor. 2 INDIANA i., PENNSYLVANIA Nov. t'llLI.INOIS Nor. 30 piiicr. of passage in currency. Cabin. to $IOI, according lo location. Steer-ige aud intermediate tickets to and from all points at tlie lowe-t rates 'Steamers marked with a star do not carry intermediate. Passenger accommodation for all classes unsurpassed. For passage, rates ot freight and oilier information apply to I'ETEK WIUGIIT A SONS, General Agents. :t"7 Walnut si . Philadelphia. GEORGE YV COLTON. 12 Broad ?t.. New Y ork. JOHN McDON'aLD. l'assenger Agent. No. 8 Battery place. UED STAR LINE. Appointed to carry the Belgian and United Kta mails The billowing strainers are annotated to sail :? TO ANTWERP. From I'biladi'lpble i From New York. VADRUi.YND .Hepl.23 sWIl 7.K1SLA ND... .Get NKDEIll.AND Oct IK | KKMLYVOUTH.... Oct Pill. ES OF PASSAGE IN CURRENCY. Fl-st < alon etki, Second t'anln,,.,. Steerage tickets to nod trom ail points at the lowest ra Passenger accommodations lor s>l classes unsurpassed. For passage, rate, of freight and other information, ap to PKTKIi WRIGHT A SONS, General Agents. 3'7 M ain.it st.. I'hllndelphli GEORGE YV. COLTON. 42 Broad st . New Yorl JOHN Mi'IBI.NAl.lt, Passenger Agent. No. 8 rinttorv ptsee. New Y'orl COASTWISE STRAMSniPN. N" v.. HAVANA AND MEXICAN MAIL So. 1.1 NR. sSteaoiera leave pier No 3 North Itlver at 3 P. M. FUe HAVANA DIRECT. CITY OF MEXICO a nrdiy. Nosember 4 CPY OF VERA CRUZ Wednesday. November 8 CITY OF NKd Y'ollk Wednesiiar. November 13 FOB VERA CRUZ AND NEW ORLEANS. \ i j* 11 n Viin 1$, rrno, < 'nmpci?rhy, Tcip$h l*mplc?. CITY OK MKXI< (i.e.. Satnritayf 4 For Iritiuht nntl r?n?M?u? apply to r. ALEXANDRE A PONS. 31 end 31 Broadway. Steamers all) leave New Orleans November 12 end De cember 1 lor Vera Crus end til tbe above pit* COARTWI9R iTB&lunW "" WSSTfJlAJfitt A.\lf>AOfW0 ilAIli' bTEAMSU IP LlNKs. \ For CALIFORNIA. JAPAN. CHINA. AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA. OREGON. AC., tailing Iruui pier 42 Nurtli Klver. For SAN FRANCISCO. via 1ST MM US OF PANAMA. Steamship ACAPUI.CO Tuesdar. Oct. 3) c nneeiing fur Central America and South I'acidc porta Fram SAN FttAN'CIhCO to JAPAN and CHINA. Steam shin CITY OF TOKIO............Wednesday, Nov. A From SAN FRANCISCO to SANDWICH ISLANDS AUS TRALIA and NEW ZEALAND. Steamaliip CITY OF SYDNEY Nov.? Fur freight or passage apply to WM. P. CLYDE A l li , or II. J. BULLAY. Superintendent No. U Bowling Green. |>iar 42 North River, loot Canal at, i SF.MI-WF.KKLY LINK FOR I'ORT ROYAL. AC AND Fernaai* aa Fla.. sailing every Tucaday and Friday, Horn pier Jt) Ml ??*?!'. at 3 P. M Steam# MONTGOMERY, Captain Cheater. Tuesday October Si. Steeuier CITY* OF DALLAS. Captain Lioaa Frfdtfl November 3. 1ST?. w Tieketi to all poiuta In Florida. Apply for information and ticketata C. H. MALLORT A CO.. 153 Maiden lane. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY " Miliar from pier 37 North Uirer. * For Norfolk. City Point and Richmond. Tuesdays. That* daya and Saturdays at 3 P. M.. connecting with the Virginia and Tcnneaaaa Air Lint, Atlantic Coaat Liu*. Pindmout Air Line, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and with the com pany e a team llneato Interior palate in Nortli Carolina ao<t Virginia. Netrberu and Washington, N. C. (via Norfolk) every Tucaday, Thursday ami Satnrday. * Leteea, Del., Monday and Thnraday at 3 P. M., connect lax with Maryland ami Delaware railroads * Passenger accoiuaiodationa unsurpassed. Through passage tickets and bills of lading to all point* at lowest rates. Insurance to Norfolk, Ac., ^ per ceat. Freight received daily at P'er 37 North Klver. liauoral offices 197 Greenwich at. X. L McCKKADY. President. BERMUFaT ST.. THOMAS, VMT INDIES.?TUB regular mail steamer CAK1MA will sail for this favorite resort November 9. nod every fortnight. For full particular! address A. E. OUTEUBK1DGK.29 Broadway, New York. For new orlransdYkect" ' TUB CROMWELL LINE. The atcan.ahip KNICKERBOCKER. Capt. Kemble. will tail on SATURDAY, November 4, at 3 o'clock P. M., from pier No. 9 North River. Through billa or lading given to Mobile and principal points on the Miaeisaippi River. Cabin paaaage, $30; Steerage, $25. Apply to CLARK A SEAMAN, 88 West at FOR NA88AU. N. P.?REGULAR MAUFsTBaTmSUIP LEO leaves New York November 20. MURRAY, FEKKIs A CO.. 62 South at. MORGAN'S NEW YORK, NMW ORLEANS AND Trxaa steamships.?ALGIERS will sail from pier 3C North River on Saturday. November 4, at 3 P. M.. for New Orlenna direct, transferring Texas freight there to Morgan'i Louisiana and Texas Railroad lor Morgan City, thence pet Morgan's steamers to loxa* ports. Through bills of lading signed to all points on the Mississippi River, Mobile, Ualvee ton. Indianola, Corpus Chrlstl. Rockport, Brasos Santiago, Brownsville, and to all points on the Galveston, lisrrieburg and San Antonio, Houston and Texas CantraL Interna tional and Great Northern. Texas Paciflr and Transconti nental railroads. Freights for Ht. Mary's and Fulton laudad at Rockport. Lighterage and channel dues at Corpus Christ! aud Braaol Santiago at the expense mud risk of consignee. Insurunce can be effected under open policy of C. A. Whitney ,t Co.; to New Orleans. *4 per cent ;to Texas porta, % per cent. For Iretght or fltrther information apply ta CHARLES A. WHITNEY A CO.. Agents; oflice. pier 38 North Kiror. T~EXAS LINE FOR GALVESTON, TOUCHING AT KEY West, carrying the United State* mall.?The steamer STATE OF TEX AS. Captain Bolger, will sail on Saturday, November 4, 1H7B. at 3 P. M., from pier 20 East Rivtr. Through billa of lading given to all points on the Houston a nil Texas, Central International and Great Northern. Gal. veston, Houston and Henderson and the Galveston, Harris burg and Snn Antonio railroads Freight nnd insurance at lowest rates. Fur freight or passage, having superior ac commodations, apply to 0. H. MALLOKY* A CO., 133 Maiden lane. _ IilOK tIALtFAXT"nT S.. AND ST. JOHNS, F. 1 CROMWELL STEAMSHIP LINE. Steamers leave pier 10 North River following days, at3 P. M.:? GEORGE WASHINGTON Friday. November 3 GEORGE CROMWELL Tuesday. November It. ? P. M. Moat direct, cheapest and quickest route to Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and the Lower St. Lawrenoo. Excellent pas senger accommodations. For freight or passage apply to CLARK A SEAMAN. SB West ?l. ATEWTORK AND HAVANA DIRECT MAIL LINE ? X\ These first class steamships will sail at 3 I*. M. from pier 13 North River, foot uf Cedar sL, for Havana direct, aa follows. COLUMBUS ....Wednesday, Nov. 1 CLYDE Saturday, Nov. 11 For freight aud postage, having unsurpassed accouimodke tlons, apply^to^ p CLydK A CO.. No. 0 Bowling Green. McKKLLAR. LUNlNu A CO.. Agents in Havana TRAVELLERS' UUlUh? A GREAT REDUCTION IN FARE B Y THE PEOPLE'S line steamers. New York to Albany; passage only 81 alter October 1. Important notice to Philadelphia visitorsCeutenulal excursion tickets via Hudson River Railroad or dar boats taken for passage and cabin berths; regular Hudson River Kailroaa tickets re* ceiveil; passage and stateroom berths allowed in ex change; these are by far the largest and most magnificent steamboats on the Hudson River, nnd leave pier 41, Nortl River, near Pennsylvania Railroad pier, daily (Sundays ex> copied), at 6 P. M.. connecting at Albany with morntn| trains tor Chicago and all points North and West. N. B.?Staterooms warmed by steam and Meals on tht European plan. Albany?Hudson river ht daylight.?ce* tennlai visitors are informed that the day boats will roa during the Exhibition, and afford the only means of enjoy ing all of the unsurpassed scenery of the Hudson: the daf boat landing adjoins that of the Pennsylvania Railroad 18 New York; clote connection made trom the West by the St, Louis train, and to tbe West by fast train at 8 P. M. front Albany witlt Wagner's sleeping cars attached. Ticket# good ou Hudson River Railroad received for passage. T~LB A NY AND TROY BY""DaY BOATS O. VIBBARD gV.nnd DANIEL DREW.?Leave Vestry at. pier at 8:UJ and 24th st. at 8:3U A. M. Landing at Newbnrg and Pongfi keepsic only; connections at Albany with new train at 8 P. M. for the West over New Y'ork Central, arriving at BelTaljp at 7:10. Suspension Bridge 8:30 and Niagara Falls al8:2Qi the following morning: continuous trains on Lake Shore and Canada Southern roads. To Newbnrg or PoughkkeptiA and retnrtt same day at excursion rates. LBANY AND TROY.?SUNDAY EVENING BOAT, I'rora ptsr 49 North liircr. foot of Leroy St.. at 6 o'clock! making certain connections with morning trains for al points West. North and East. 'jM Brooklyn. Rath and coney island kail, road. Trains leaves hourly for Coney Island from depot near Greenwood Cemetery main entrance. CATS KILL CREEK LINK-STKAMKR NEW CHAM PION or WALTER BKKTT dally, from Canal it., plot 42 North River, ?i P. M. Fare, 50e. Bertha free. CONEY INLAND.?S UORTKST AND MOBY DIRECT! route front New York: now steam line (Prospect Park aud Coney Island Railroad!; time irora Greenwood t4 Con y Island. 15 minnteg; take cars at Fnlton ferry for new entrance Greenwood Cemotery. pasting through Prospect Park. ' ALL RIVER LINK TO BOSTON. " via Newport and Fall River.?The world renowned steamboats BRISTOL and PROVIDENCE leave pier 28 North Hirer, foot of Murray st.. daily (Sundays Included), at 5 P. M. Through tickets sold at alt the priueipal hotels in the city. ^ froi NORWAI.K IHRIXtT connecting with Danbury. Norwalk nnd New Haven RalN roads, by steamer AMERICUs. daily (Sundays excepted), from Jewell's dock, Brooklyn, at 2 :30 P. M ; pier 37 East River. at2 :45 P. M., and toot 33d St., K-st River, at 3 P. Mi Fare 35 cents; excursion tickets 50 cants. JfOR PHILADELPHIA AND THE 0ENTKNN1AL, via Long Branch and th? New Jersey Southern Railroad Leave pier s North River, loot Rector sL, at a 9:4.-. A. M. and 4 P. M. . , . By this routa a delightful excursion is alto afforded In th# finestaamers JEBsR IIOYT and CRYSTAL WAVE across tlio bay in full view of the Atlantie Ocean to Sandy Hook, returning to the city at convenient hours. W. 8. 8NKDKN.Q. M / 1 KEEN Wood' CEMETERY.?THE MOST DIRECT vTruute to Greenwood is by tlie Court street or Third arm nue cars Irotn Fulton terry. Brooklyn. Hudson river by 'moonlight ' t'ltlrena' Line?Elegant steamboats lor Troy, Karatogi and alt points North and West Icavo daily (except Saturday) at B P.M., from pier 4'J North RiTer. First class passagf only 81; deck passage 30c. Pennsylvania railroad! " great trunk line and united states mail route. Trains leave Now York, via Desbrotsos and Cortlandt street lerries. as follow*:? Express lor Harrikbnrg. Plttaburg, the West aad South with Pullman palace cars attached, 9:30 A. M., b and 8 JC P. M. Sunday. 0 and H;30 P. M For Willlamtport, Lock Haven, Carry and Erie, at 2:40nn4 8:3o 1*. M.. connecting at Corry for Titusville, PetroleuM Centre and the t HI Region*. F?r Baltimore, Washington and the Snnth, "Limited Waste ington Express" of Pullman parlor cars daily, except Sunday, 9 ::*) A. M.; arrive Washington 4tl5 P. M. Reg ular at 8:40 A. M., 2 :40, Bdtt and 9 P. M. unday, fl ? and 9 P. M. t _ Express for Philadelphia. 7 .30, 8:40, 0:30 A. M? 12 JO 2:49, 3. 4. 5, 0. 7. 8:30, ? P. M., and 12 night. Accon* ntodatinn 7 A. M. nnd 1:10 i". M. Sunday. 8 A. M? 5, 8 7. 8 UP) and 9 P. M. Emigrant and second class. 7 P.M. For Contenoiai Depot at3:.'KJ, t>:30. 7 :39, 8, 8:40. 9:30 A. M.. 12 MO, 3 and 4 P. M. On Snndar, 8 A. M. Returning, icavo Centennial depot at 7:15, 8:15, 10:50 A. M., L 1:15, a, 3:id, 4:t5, 5:30, B, B:SO nnd 7fB P. M. Og Sundav, 7 :2o A M. nnd 7 I'. M. For trains to Newark. Elisabeth. Rahwer Princeton, Trem ton. Perth Amboy. Flemingtoii, Belvidere and othM points, see local schedules at all ticket ollices. Trains arrive ;?From Pittsburg, H hit) and 10:30 A. M. an# 10:20 P M.. dailv; 10:1") A. M. and ?:30 P. M. dally, ex cept Monday. From Washington and Baltimore, B:*l and 0:4O A. M , 4:10,5:11. and 10.20 P. M. Bunday. 0:30 and 9 :t0 .V. M. From Phlladelpbia, 5:0.). 8-JO. ?:3JA 9:40.10:19, llr-ti. 11:50 A. M . 2 ;I0. 3:30 4:IO, 3:10, 0:U?, ft:50, " X't, 7 40, 8 '4i' and 19:20 P. M. Sunday. 5 all, ft -jo, 6:30. 9:49, 10:19, 11 .59 A. M-. 8tJO and 10:20 Ticket omee*. 526 and 944 Broadway. No. 1 ,Astfw "?'??? au>'. foot or Deibroases nod Cortlandt sta . No. 4 Court st., Brooklyn: Nos. 114, 1IH and 118 ?'idsen St.. ?o?>ok?n; depot, Jersey City. Emigrant ticket oflice. No. 8 Battery ^vai\K THOMSON D. M. BOYD, Jr., tiencral Manager. Oeneral Paeaenger Agent ^ OTOMNGTOK LINK FOR BOSTON. Steamers K1IODR ISLAND and N ARRAGaNSBTT, freak pier 33 North River, foot of Jay at., at .? P. M. FruvldemcLlne, from pier 27 Nor KLECTRA and i KXCI IlNlOM.w. " A' GRAND EXCURSION ACROSS THE BAY T(j statnn island ?Boats leava Whitehall ?t., find of Broad way at 7:30. 9:15, 11:13 A M.: I :15. 3:16, 4:15, a::?? and bdgip. if., lor New Brighton, Sung Harbor, West Brighton and Port Richmond. Fare .oil) l"c. i ?GOVERNOR'S" ISLAND OPEN TO VISITORS - JV.The steam vacht GOVERNOR'S ISLAND leaves the Custom House pier at the Hatferv everr day dai y for Gove ernor's Island. Concert by the depot band this afternoon, followed Immediately after l.y dress parade. \V.V\TKI> TO I'ilKHAsE. W'ANTED TO i'C'RCH VSR?A sM vLL JOB I'HInIP ing odice, for casli down. Adures* U. A H., box 198 Herald r.fll. e. WaTTKD TirprncuA8K?A CIGAK 8TOUK Oi f f St nnd, down town prelnrred. Addre??, statins pric^ ?UtifttiAS, le., HTOKK, box I Jill Herald offldt. ^ W?ANTED?8KC0ND HAND PHOIOGR.VI'H APPARA. tus; Apparatus, stereiiptlcona. Ac., bought, told an* axclianged. AddraM OLMSTED, 793 tRh av. tXTANTF.D???PIUTURESOUE AMERICA" AND OD| Tr Number of "Dore Gallery." Bonks, Painting* aal Furaltut* bee (hi aud for ?ale. LAWLESS, 4 Unleerdty plaaeg from Pier 27 North River foot of Park^place. Steamantpg klaKt'TRA nnd (UUTKA *\ i :?*> I ? M.