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AMXTI OOTH'S THEATRE, TO-NIGHT* IaKRKTT A FAI.MER Uiuii and Managers SUNDAY NIGHT, J. C. FRYER'S FOURTH GRAND OPERATIC CONCERT. RETURN OF NEW YORK'S FAVORITE TENOR, MAZZOLKNI. Mr. FRYER U compelled, by reason of tlie ureal outlay Mused by iiis greet engagements, to ebaolutely suspend the Ikee .list seats etui now be secured et the box office ot this theatre, and et auy ot the principal hotels. Ticket*, with reeerved ?eau. $1 only. BOX OFFICE IS OF K.N ALL DAY SUNDAY. The Concert this evening will be the FINEST OF THE SERIES, the participant artists being Mg. FRANCESCO MAZZOLK.NI, formerly tbe most popular truer of the Italian Grand Opera hi the Academy of Music, thi* city, anil to-day the world's iprcatehi tenor. The world renowned prima ilouna soprano. Mine. ANTOl.NKTTA ORTOLANl, formerly ot the Aeadeiuy of Music, in this city, and recently from scenes of great trioiunh in South America. The prodigy. Master GLAUOO MAZZoLKNI. aged 10 Rears, but one of the moat remarkable ot pianoforte artists. The FAMOUS NINTH REGIMENT hand, in their nliowy scarlet uniforms, and led by DOWNING in person. STODDART. the popular baritone, end ARBUCKLE, it e renowned Cornet Soloist. PROGRAMME?TART I. e. Overture?"Massanielh." Auber By DOWNINU'S NINTH REGIMENT BAND. 3. "Non e vor" Mattel Mr. A. E. STODDART. 8. Weber Plauu Solo?"Mon Revo" Polydore do Yot (For the Urn time in America.) ? Master GLAUCO MAZZOLKNI. (His Hist appearance in the United Stetes.) 4. Song?"II Kipatriuute" ....Kicci Composed expressly tor Signer Mur.zoleni. Si;;. FRANCESCO MaZZOLENI. (His Drat appearance here since his recent triumphs in Europe.) 6. Cornet Solo?Grand Fnutasie. "Alexis''.....J. II art man Mr. M. ARBUCKLE, 8. Cavatina?"II Giurainento" Mercadanto Mnie. AN TO IN ETTA ORTOLANl. PART II. 1. March?By Dowuing's Ninth Regiment Bard. X. Dno?For soprano aud tenor. Iroui A. Carlo* Gomes' opera of "11 Guarauy," (First time In America), Mme. ORTOLANl and Sig. MAZZOLENI. & Weber Piano Solo?Souvenirs d'Anualusia, Caprice de Concert L. M. Uottschalk Master GLAUCO MAZZOLKNI. 4. Aria Figaro?From the "Marriage of Figaro" .Mosart Mr. A. E. STODDART. & Cornet Solo?"The Adieu" Schubert Mr. M. ARBUCKLE. 6. Brmdisi?"Don Ca-sar de Baxan" A. Traversarl Composed expressly for Sig. MaisolenL (First time in America.) Sig. FRANCESCO MAZZOLENI. 7. National Anthem. Leader ot the Military Buna D. L. DOWNING Piano accompanist Sig. MaKZO V The W eber grand pianoforte is used at these fash ionable concerts. Family Circle. 50 cents. TALITK CONCERT AT "BOOTH'S THEATRE THIS JPilSUN'DAV) NIGHT. Choice seats at TYSON'S Ticket Unices, the Fifth Avenue and Windsor hotels. VBW BALLET AT BOOTH'S THEaTKK.-SKE TO lion of a full dress rehearsal. I <lay'b_NOAii'S SUNDAY TIMES lor a graphic descrlp VTKW BALLET AT BOOTH'S.?THE FCLI ii rehearsal ol the uew grand ballet and pay day acribed in to-day's NOAH'S SUNDAY TIMES. THE FULL DRESS sceuos de BOOTH'S THEATRE. TWELFTH WEEK. JAKRETT A PALMER beg to announce that on to morrow (MONDAY) EVENING. OCTOBER 30. the SEVENTY-E1GIITH consecutive representation of LOUD BYRON'S oxquisite Romantic Play sardanapalus. ? will be given, when, in recogtiition of the overwhelming ?uecess that lias attended the magniliceut production, an additional attractive feature will be presented by the intro duction (for the first time iu America) of an entirely NEW AND BEAUTIFUL GRAND BALLET Invented by Signor Mascagmi and exceeding in magnitude, novelty uud splendor unything Terpsichureitn yot seen ou the American Continent. Beyond the GRAND ITALIAN CORPS of EXCELLENT ARTISTS, sixtv-elght in number and including Mile. MALVINI BARTOLETTI, premiere danseuse assolutaof the Grand Opera, Paris, and Signor ERNESTO MASCAGNO, from the Sau Carlo, Naples, a force of nearly 100 carefully chosen and newly costnmed danseuses will add to the hrtlf iaucy ol tbe wonderful spectacle. THE ORDER OF DANCING AND MARCHING. 1. INTRODUCTORY GROUP, discovering the full dancing corps and force of auxiliaries. 2. PAS DE DEUX (Follies), Miles. Palladino and Parme giani, principals. 3. ADAGIO, by tie entire grand corps de ballet. 4. PAS DE QUATRK, Mmes. Palladino, Mascarlnl, Stlckel and Kesestl, principals. 5. GRAND MARCH, by the entire extra corps de ballet, adult and boy auxiliaries. 6. PAS I)E SIX, Mines. BaRTOLETTI. premiere; Pal luuiiid, Miiscaritii. Stlckel, Besestl, principals, uud Sign or MASCAGNO. 7. GRAND FLOWER BALLET, by the entire corps de ballet. B. GRAND PAS DE DEUX, Mile. BARTOLETTI end Signor MASCAGNO. 8. TARANTELLA, by tbe uremteru. Mile. BARTOLETTI. and Signor MASCAGNO; all tbe principals, tbe whole Italian organisation and tho entire corps de ballet. NEW MUSIC, by Signor Oportl, Strauss and Uungel. The powerful cast of the play includes Mr. F. U. BANGS as SARDANAPALUS AGNES BOOTH as MYRRUA *?* Hereafter tho box office will be open contlnuonsly every day from S A. M. to the close of the evening's per formance. 11 o'clock. GRAND MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AT 1:30. The representations of Ssrdanapalus will positively conclude December 2, as arrangements tor its offering iu Philadelphia aud Boston have been made. DaN'L DEUCE, Gilbert's remarkable London success, recently purchased by Jurrett A Palmer, will be produced this season. rfioOKKR. OF BOOTH'S THEATRE.?A CAPITAL 1 lull nage Portrait ot COMMODORE JOSEPH H. TOOKER. of the Plymouth Rock. Business Manager of Hi olh's Theatre, with a Sketch ol his Lite, in the next issue ot the SPORTING NEW YORKER. Out on THURS DAY. Other splendid illustrations. UNION SQUARE THEATRE. Proprietor. Mr. SHERIDAN SHOOK. Manager, Mr. A. M. PALMER. Begins at 8, over at 11:13. SATURDAY MaTINKE at 1:30. EVERY NIGH*, the most successful Play ot the CENTURY. D'finnery A Oormou's mar vellous Drama, THE TWO ORPHANS, with its superb stage settings and it* unrivalled easte, in cluding the following art ists:?Messrs. C. R. Thome, Jr.; John Partelle, Frederic Robinson, James O'Neil, Claude Burroughs. J. G. 1'eaks. H. W. Montgomery, Thomas h. Morris, L. Thomp son, .1. Matthews, W. H. Wil der. II. Avling, W Kaynon, W. S. Qnigley. U. M. Collins and Misses Fanny Moraut, Kate Claxton. Sara .lewett, Kate Glrard, Mrs. Marie Wil ktn* and Misses Ida Vernon Roberta Norwood, Ethel Allen. L- Cloves and Mrs. L. . K. Seymour. Box office open daily from 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. "Those who have not seen the TWO ORPHANS as pro tluced ai the Union Square Theatre have not seen it at aiL"?Chicago Herald, >AUK THEATRE, BROADWAY AND 22D ST. EVERY EVENING, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK, AND- SATURDAY M VTI.VEt, AT TWO, the most remarkable lilt of the time, TOM COBB. TO-MORROW EVENING Hirst time in America), the Parisian Sensation, ADAM AND EYE. The most amusing entertainment in town. Roars of laughter and tbnuders of applause. Eagle theatre, bkoadway AOLE THEATRE, aud 33d st. Proprietor and Manager....? .....Mr. JOSH HART First nights of tbe now Burlesque on the . TWO OR I'll INS entitled the 2 AWFULS. 2 AWFULS. 2 AWFULS 2 AWFULS U. K. FORTESCUE as 2 JOHN WILD the AWFULS THE SPELLING BEE The Lion and tbe Lau.b The Lion and the Lamb. Wa'LTERS AND McKEE. WALTERS AND McKEE?WALTERS AND McKKE. I.A MA.XA LA. MISS JENNIE BKAUCLKRO. Miss JULIA BKAUCI.KKO. Miss JENNIE IICGIlfeS. Miss LIZZIE KKLSKY. Miss MARIE GORKNFLO. ENTIRE NEW OLIO OF FUN. Concludiug with tin* iiuriutque on the TWO OKi'HIXft l'rices of Admitttfion. jRaserred Orchestra Chairs ?_? ... 81 Reserved Balcony Chairs ? 75c. Family Circle, 2ot. Dress Circle, 50c. Box office opeu dally from II to 5. MA I INKE MATINEE WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. C* 10LUMBIA OPERA HOUSE. / corner West 12th st and Greenwich aT. & Crowded nightly by the elite to see . a pertoct blase ol splendor. ' A grand Parisian Knllot. an efficient corps of speclallv artists. NEW ACTS. NEW SONGS. NEW MUSIC. Tho sensutlon theatre ol America. EVERY EVENING AT H. Carriages at 11. Mat I n eos '1 uesdays, Thursdays mid Saturday* at (-it'S WILLIAMS, HARRY AND JOHN KEKNELL Xund the lour Daly Brothers spnear at TONY PASTOR'S Tbeutre ou Monday night, with the best company en earth. "ALL ENJOY 1 HEM.-ELVKS AT "RECHERCHE" ASH ADOW "DANSANTK." ARGYLE ROOMS. TO MORROW MIGHT. _____ C~~Va RD.-?PRIVATE LESSONS, l'l A NO, TloLlN GUI Aur, Singing. Circulars mailed. J. JAY WA1SON, Director, 82 East 14th st. A DIES A XI) (MEN T L K MIN TAUGHT TKA PKZE Jprii ate; can perform In a lew months. KIPLKY'H, 13 tit. H ark's place. TRANGERrh-DON'T FAIL TO OU GRAND SHADOW DANSANTK. ARGYLL ROOMS, TO-MORROW NlGUT, 8TH AV AND 80TH ST. B; vv A c MORKLAND. LEWIS PARKER AND I'Al'LIMB J:\vPnrker will rppear at TONY PASTOR'S Theatre ou Monday night. TIXINO, FENCING AND SHOOTING ACADKMY\ Hltt itth av.?Boxing twuglit Iu 24 Icssone. Send lor circulars. COLONEL MONSIEKY. II. POP EG DRAMATIC INSTRUCTION TO LADIES Actor | or gentlruien preparing for the stage, prl and | vate theatricals or parlor rceltstion. Ad. Elocutionist. ! dress Stelnwsy Ifall. Call 1,3U3 Broadway f>t>KKYKD -i'.ATS Foil i IIE OKRMANIA THEATRE XV an be procured at HTOKKR'S Theatre Ticket Offipe, Pre-eott llou-#. AKJO, JIG, CLOG AND HONG AND DANCE taught for tbe stage. Banjos all prices. Ladies taught. J. HOliAN. IUU East iiousum St., Bear Bowery. The best entertainment in the world, with tho largest company on earth, will appear at TONY PASTOR'S Theatre on Monday night. VfUMIC. -"THE DREAM OF LOVE IS O'ER," "SOFT XU.lv Sing the Old Songs, Darling"The Happy Olden Time," "Hmberraaiment' aud 800 others, 10 cents each, i ler catalogue. H A KDINO'S. 229 Bowery, opposite Prtnee. B AMUSIIKlMTft. 1 OOO Zi Y Y MM MM PPPP IT CCC o o L Y Y M M M M P P 11 C C o o L Y Y MM MM P P II C O 41 L s YY MM MM PPPP II O o o L Y M M M M P II o o o L Y M M M M P 11 c c 000 LLLL Y M MM M P 11 CCC I THEATRE, | <S>? 6 I .?ou??A?. | W| COL. WM. E. SINN Manager ADMISSION, 15, 35, 50 CKNTS. RESERVED SEATS, 600., 75C., $1. MATINEES, 15, 35, 50 CKNTS. Tills FAMILY THEATRE OF NEW YORK. ffi. The topic of conversation iu the hotoli. the restsu-T rants, on the street cart, in the narlor, tba counting I house, the workshop, on the railroads and the ferry-1 bouts, Id the domestic circle, no where you will, you j you will hear the same remark. 1 <& 4> THE P V 0 E P R U IS D , . L I ? A TUAT 0 . K T <g> <S> TUB ENTERTAINMENT AT THE OLYMPIC IS THE REST IN THE CITY. O i L AT H Y E M THE A P T 1 ? C E, AND THE MANAGEMENT INTEND IT SHALL SO CONTINUE. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, NIGHTLY AND MATINEES, NN N OOO V V EEEE L TTTTT Y Y h N NO O V V N N N O O V V N N N O O V V N N N O O V V N N N O O VV N NN OOO V 777777777777777 7777777777777777777777777 777777777777 7 COMPANY NUMBER SEVEN. J 777777777777777777777777777 7777777777777777777777777 comprising the great, the only SAM DKVERK, I E L T Y Y E L T Y Y KEE i. T YY K L T Y E L T Y EEEE LLLL T Y SAM DKVERE, SAM DEVERE, the Popular Banjolst. the Comic Genius ot the Day. Engagement, at the enormous salary of S5tH> PER WEEK, THE RENOWNED ETHIOPIAN DUO, the great original Comedians, <S> & ] SCHOOLCRAFT AND COES. | LUKE SCHOOLCRAFT AND GEORGE II. COES. Jf*''"' engagement by cable telegram of the won derful Male Soprano, CHARLES HF.YWOOD. CHARLES HKYWOOD, wlio returns to America after fire years of triumphant sue* ceas in Loudon and Paris. The beautilul Character Artiste. MLLE. Z1TTKLLA. The artistic Gymnastic Marvel, , _ . STEWART II. DARE, in hit marvellous Horizontal Bar act, assisted by hit comic prototype, Mr. GEORGE A. HALL, the absurdly Comic Clown. The world's premier Song and Dance l.adv Mtss FANNIE BKANH. Miss FANNIE BEANB. The obonlicd extract of fnn. ^ , Mr. PETE LEE. The femout Ethiopian Comedians and Musician]. ??? ? SCHAFKR AND SLAVI.V THE BOY WHO KISSED THE BLARNEY STONE. WILLIAM WYLIK. the representative of Irish song and wit. The most marvellous exhibition of animal sagacity ever presented on the etnge. J PROFESSOR HENRY PARKER'S EDUCATED AND PERFORMING DOGS, f Illustrating the power of man over tbe dumb creation by causing these wonderful animals to imitate closely man in all his actions, to simulate tho voice and gesture and per form actions that demonstrate the possession of all the faculties except speech, and tho evident existence of memory, a long disputed question with naturalists. Also introdnciag the CELEBRATED CLOWN DOGS. PRINCE and HARRY IN ADDITION TO THIS GREAT NOVELTY TROUPE will be produced for drat time at this TTTTT H H EEEE A TTTTT RRRlf EEEE T II H K A A T R K K T H H E A A T R R B T UHHII REE A A T RRRR KEE T II II K AAAA T It R E THHK AA TRRE T H H EEEE A A T R R LEEE tbe Intensely interesting domestic drama, I ROSINA; | OR, TEMPTATIONS OF CITY LIFE, J introducing SAM DEVERE in an original Negro Imper sonation. Bojc office now open for sale of reserved seats. MATINEES. f MATINEEs7 WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY LOOK OUT FOR THE SENSATION NEXT WEEK. A DRAMA OF CITY LIFE. with Grand Procession, Fire and Scenic Effects. Tony pastor's new theatre ONY PASTOR'S 585 and 587 BROADWAY. The largest aud best Variety Show on earth. The ladies' theatre of New York. Great success of JOHN <g> <j> HART J,HHS JT^iohn iiart\J Hart John ^ hart ?. _..,tb.e Comedlau King. First appearance of WATSON, ?<$> ELLIS WATSON. I WATSON AND ELLIS. I ELLIS* WATSON. - <S> ELLIS, The tamous Dutch Team. First appearance this season of Miss JENNIE MORGAN the cultured Operatic and Ballad Vocaist. * First appearance of Miss MoLLiE WILSON, tbe popular Serio-Comique. First appearance of the GREAT SHARPLY BROTHERS Musicians Extraordinary. ' First appearance of HARPER and STANLEY, tbe world renowned One-Legged Song and Dance performers THE GERMAN EMPEROR, GU8% ^ <$> Monarch of GUS. 7 GUS WILLIAMS, I the Teutonic GUS. <&? <8> Realm. IreiuundouH nil of the f-is-.sn.irt "/.RSI JIIII.V. ?? LA IIAKKV. Ill their unapproachable Dialect Entertainment. TOMMY, <? ? A BOBBY. I 4 DALYS, 4 T ' DANNY. <? 4> WILLIE, the Masters of Song and Dance. Grand success of T1IE PARKERS. Louis Parker, pauline parker in their realistic Sketches. Banjo sSoIom, ?oii*b and Dances. CHARLEY WORLEY, FRANK GIRARD, in New Acts. in Now Sketches. A. C. MOIIELAND. the accomplished Linguist. tony ? ?<& pastor. TONY I TONY PASTOR. | PASTOR TONY <S> ? <?> PASTOR,' in New Local Songs, and hia famous UO Stars in Attractive Specialties. i MATINEES TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. Scats secured six days in advance. rpilKATKK COMIOL'E. 514 BROADWAY. ,j- Proprietors ?*1. W ? MAN EE 1 eeeee*eseess?se? J| HQ Mi/ltf HARRIGAN AND HART IN THE MALONY FAMILY. IRA PAINE, tho champion Pi won Slioi of tlie world FIELDS and IIOKY, tho great Musical (-uodh; Billy Ura? Alice Rennet, Larry Toolry, Fanny L. Burt, Yeamau Sisters. HARRIGAN AND HAItT IN McFADDEN'S CANVASS New music by Dave Brabant. , Wednesday and Saturday Mutlneea. OWE It Y T HEATKE. " MONDAY, October UO, for six nighta only. Mr. ROBERT JOHNSTON in hie new and original Drama, entitled OUTLAWED. Preceded by the Farce of tbe IRISH MORMON. ?/"!BICKERING BALL. CITY COURflR ^AMERICAN LITERARY BUREAU Mauageri MARTIN FAKUUHAH TUP PER. MONDAY EVENING. OCfOUKK 30. READINGS FROM IIIS OWN WORKS. Reaorvcd Seats 75 cents. Admission 541 cents. For sale at Pond's. Stf Union square, and at James Miller's hook tore, 1147 Broadway. Brooklyn Academy October 31. PTi Flu ARMONiG bocibty. : FIRST CONCERT. SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 4. 8 O'CLOCK GENERAL RKIIEAKSAL, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. AT 3:30 P. M. ACADEMY OF MUHtC. GRAND ORCHESTRA OF THE SOCIETY Dr. LEOPOLD DaMROSCH. Conductor. Vocalists-Mine K. PAPPENHKIM, Messrs II. A. BISCIIOFF and F. REMMERTZ. PROGRAMME. SYMPHONY, No. 5, In < minor Baethovcn The first time in America, first net of "DIE WALKUKK" (the second part of the "King des N ihelnngen"), by R. Wag ner. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Season Tickets, with reserved seats, for rehearsals only. *M; Season Tickets, with reserved seats, for concerts, ?7: one Seasou Ticket tor rehearsals and concerts, without re served seats. If 10; Including reserved seats In anv Dart of the house, eBcept proscenium boxes, $ 15 are now being r0. *l Bjhlrmer's, 701 Broadway; Martens Brothers, 1.IB4 Broadway, and by applying to tiie Secretary. D. .Sciiaad, No t.l East 3d tt. Extra rahearsal ticket,*1. VII.-H MOLI.IK WILSON. >11A Itli.RV BROTHERS, TiWvKVrJtWi *? ""J1 l"0o,h#r great stars itppear at TvWi 1 AST UK S on .Monday ni^hi. VfRS. ANNA RANDALL DIKIIL GIVES PRIVATE ATI and class lessons in dramatic action and reading at 35 talon square. " American temperance union,- fifth of thk serins, at Mtclnway Hall, this afternoon at 3 30 f ree to all. Kxerctaes-Organ Voluntary, singing by the choir eetureon alcohol and its etieeis upon th. human organs illustrated by models, Ac., by T. S. Lambert, M. D. LU D ' of tbl.c.ty: addr.se by Rev. Stephen Merrill. Subject? ?*ke ? S- M UIHBH, President. Tuos. McTaguakt, Secretary John hart, watson and eli.is, and mihn jen ?lie Morgan appear at TONV PASTOR'S Theatre on Mon day svenlug with IUO great stars. STAOE.-LADIES and GENTLEMEN PRACTICALLY prepared for the stare, with privilege of acting wsaklv Address CHaKLKH KDgAH, Herald flotown AXV8ESIBRTR. eRANb~0ri5KA HOUSE. BTII AV. AND 23D BT. l'OOLK A DONNELLY Ue??f? and Managers THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING, THIS (SUNDAY) KVEMSU,' GRAND SACKED CONCEKT. . . By SLAVIN'S ORIGINAL GEORGIA JUBILKB SINGKKS, belug the last Sunday Concert by tbii famous troupe. program ke. PART I. 1. "The Lord's Prayer." 2. "tiwiue to be a Meeting Hero To-Night." J. "Slavery's Band is Broke.'' 4. "In a Strange Luml." 5. "Brethren, Don't lilt Weary." U. "Stun' Buck. Angola, Stun' Back." , 7. Solo Miia ALLEN M. "Hide On. Jesus, Ride On." 9. "Swing Low. Sweet Chariot." 1U "Ten Virgin*." 11. "Ilumulo toursell." 11!. "I'm No Wav? Tired." WAKKEN (iBIFFIN in hla wonderful Banjo Perform ance. part a. Solo?l'lnno Mine. MONTGOMERY 1. "Blessed Are Thy People." a. "Adam und Eve." 3. "Waiting at the Pool." 4. "View the Laud." 3. "Roll 'Dent Hock* Down In Hla Arm*." 0. "Don't iou Waut To Be a Lover of the Lord." 7. Solo Mia* ALLEN s. "Dare'a u Mighty Camp Mcetlu' in de Promised Laud." D. "Shine Along." 1U. "On, Good Lord, Uim Me Dem Wing*." 11. "lti*e an' Sliine." I)oor* open ut 7'4 : commence at S o'clock. Admi??iun, "25 cent*. He*erved ?eat*. 30 centa Grand opera house. Htli av. and 23d at. POOLE a DONNELLY Lessees and Managers NOTICE.?Owing to proviou* arrangements having been made with Hon. W7 F. CODY, this will necessarily be the last yeek. for the present, of tha great success, "Unci* Tom * Cabiu." During Air. Code's engugeineut, however, new scenery and appointments will be prepurod lor the im mediate reproduction uf "Uncle Tom's Cabiu" in greater gritndour than ever. ""Mrs. O. O. HOWARD, Mrs. G. U. HOWARD, as TOPsY. SLA YIN'S GEORGIA JUBILEE SINGERS. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. 3U0 GENUINE SOUTHERN COLORED FOLK MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. IN THE GREAT REALISTIC PLANTATION SCENE. The most beautiful uud correct picture of LIFE ON A COTTON PLANTATION IN TUB OLD TIME EVER WITNESSED ON ANY STAGE IN THE WORLD. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Price*. Si 115, $1, 75ceuts, 50 cents and 23 cents. NEXT WEEK. The lion. W. F. CODY?BUFFALO BILL. THIS (SUNDAY) EVENING, A GUAND SACRED CONCERT by HLAVIN'S GEORGIA JUBILEE SINGERS. Admission, do ceuts. Reserved. 30 cents. RAND oPEKaTiTTusK-NKXT SUNDAY EVEN I S(T.. PUOLK A DONNELLY Lessees and Managers UILMORE AND HIS FAMOUS BAND, aaaiated by several distinguished artists, in an extraordinary programme. Mr. P. S. cILMOKK has tha honor to annonnca that he will give a aeries of grand Concerts at til* above ulagaut es tablishment. commencing ON SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, NOVEMBER 5, 187(1. A magnificent programme will be presented, including A MARVELLOUS AND ORIGINAL PERFORMANCE OK THE OVERTURE TO WILLIAM TELL. Since the day that tlie immortal Rossini gave to the world this inspired work it has held its place in the estima tion of the musical public as THE MOST POPULAR OVERTURE EVER WRITTEN. Never iu the past has it been presented with such marvel lous effect as will adorn its pertormanca on the above ?vening. The first movement will be plared by a QUINTET OF SAXOPHONES, and the second movement, descriptive ol a storm, will for tha first time be produced with the addition of novel and itartllng effects, illustrative of THUNDER. LIGHTNING. WIND, RAIN, and every accessory that can Intensify the alrvudy stormy character of the music or add to the terrific grandeur of tho scene. '?? Note.?The illustrious Wagner, in his late festival at Aayreuth, did everything that his woudertui genius could devlsu in adding mechanical uud illuslonary effects to com bine art and nature in perfect harmony; yet no descriptive music ever penned gives greater scope for these additions than the storm scene in Rossini's overture to "William Tell." The beautlftil pastoral movement which follows the storm scene, will be performed by a QUARTET OF OBOES AND QUARTET OF FLUTES, and the brllllaut and iutrlcate military finale will b? played with a spirit, power nod dash never betore equalled, by GILMORK'S BAND OF SIXTY-FIVE PERFORMERS. THE BEST VOICE IN AMERICA. A charming fuature of the concert will be the appearance of tha young und beautiful American Prima Donna, ? MISS LILLIAN B. NORTON. Of this young lady Mguor Errant, the great music teacher and vocal instructor of this city, says:? "1 have no hesitation in stating that Miss Lillian B. Norton possesses the richest and purest soprano voice 1 have ever hoard in America. (Signed), "ACI1ILLK ERRANL" The dlatinguished American Cornel Player, Mr. M. ARHUCKLK, will play the "Carnival de Venice." Mnns. FERDINAND CAUKI, Solo Violinist, will play Ernst's great solo, "II Pirata." Mr. Ai'OLPH SO 11 ST, the popular Baritone, will sing tiilmote's grand sacred aria, "Death's at the Door." Mr. Ullmore takes especial pleasure tu introducing n mar vellous hoy piuulst. MASTER HERMANN KIETZKL. Since the days or the infant prodigy MOZART, no yunth has bern presented to the public who possesses In a more marked degree the true elements of a bora musical geulus ban this sou of New York. aster KIETZEL will tnake hit debut in Lisst'a ditllcult "Fantasia," on themes from HigoletU), which he will perioral on a magnificout Weber graud pianoforte. GILMORE'S BAND WILL PLAY JLISZTV RHAPSODIE H0NGK0I8E NO. 2) also a movement from BEETHOVEN'S FIFTH SYMPHONY and other grand selections. WILLIAM TELL. W ILLIAM TELL. WILLIAM TELL. The grandest performance of William Tell ever heard. ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS. Secured Seats, including admission, 73 centa and $1. Keats may be secured during the week at the Box oflices of the Grand Opera House ; at Kollmau'a, 111 Broadway, and at the priucipal hotels. Box Office ouea daily from 8 A. M. to 10 P. M, rriiE GREAT NEW YORK AQUARIUM. i HE GREAT NEW YORK AC IUAKIUM. THE GREAT NEW YORK AC UAKIUM. TIIK GREAT NEW YORK A(, IUAKIUM. THE GREAT NEW YORK A(, IUAKIUM. THE GREAT NEW YORK AC IUAKIUM. THE UKEAT NEW YORK A< (UAKIUM. BROADWAY AND 35TH ST. NEW AND WONDERFUL ACCESSIOnf TO THE MONSTER EXHIBITION OF GREAT LIVING MARINE AND FRESH WATER NOVELTIES AND MARVELS. ADDITIONS ABE BEING MADE DAILY. AMONG THE LATEST ARE THE FOLLOWING:? THE "SQUIRREL FISTI," "OLD WIFE." "GLOBE FISH." "PORCUPINE FISH," "PARROT FISH," "SEA RAVEN," "SKA SWALLOW," "WKB-FINUERED OOURNARD," "ROCK COD," "MHNOPOBA" OR "HELL BENDER," "CRIMSON SPOTTED TRITON." "BANDED PROTEUS." "CRAMP FISH." AND HUNDREDS OF OTHERS I ALSO TO BE SEEN THE USUAL ATTRACTIONS. THE GREAT LIVING WHITE WHALE! THE SEA LION I SEALS! STICKLEBACKS! SHARKS! AC.. AC., AC.. AC. GREAT ARTIFICIAL FISH HATCHING. THE MOST COURTEOUS ATTENTION PAID TO VISITORS. INFORMATION FURNISHED AND EVERY FACILITY FOR COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF THE IIAUITS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NUMEROUS LIVING OBJECTS, GUARANTEED. DODWORTUS SPLENDID ORCHESTRA. AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS. OPEN FROM 0 A. M. TILL 10 P. M. STEIN WAV HALL. Mr. KKINHARD SCIIMRI.Z ha* the liot.or to announce that he will give a seriea of THREE GRAND SYMPHONY CONCEBfM In 8TEINWAY HALL. First Concert, Nov. II, Soloists, Miss Emma C. Tlinrshv, the distinguished prima donna, and Mr. S. K. Jncobsuu, the eminent violinist. Tickets can ha obtained at Sieinway Iieil and prlncif.al music store*. Further particulars in future announcements. T~ HEO. THO M AS' S Y MI' II (JN V 4" c( IN (: K11TS, WITH Public Rcbearsala. Season 1H7U-7, AT SIEINWAY IIALL. SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS to the remaining live Sym phony Concerts uud Publle Kehnarsnl* can ba had during this wook at the box office of Stcinway Hall. PRICKS. To Symphony Concerts, with reserved seat fil 73 To Public Rehearsals, witli reserved seat :i :?i ABKRLK'S TIVOLI THEATRE, 8th at., between 2d and 3d avi. THIS (SUNDAY) AFTERNOON AND EVENING, TWO GRAND SACRED VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERTS. AFTER 12 P. M. GRAND VARIETY PERFORMANCB. Admission, 23c. Afternoon free. AKGYLB BOOMS . ~,?,i AUGYLK ROOMS. ?Tll AV. AND DOTH ST. BRILLIANT TERPSICHORE AN ENTERTAINMENT. ONLY PLAGE OF AMUSEMENT OF TI1K KIND IN THE CITY. UI'KN KV'ERY NIGHT. COMMENCING Al' 9 O'CLOCK. ENTRANCE ON 30TH ST. USBaNDS, FATHERS MOTHERS, BROTHERS and sisters Hook to TONY PASTOR'S to see the best entertainment ever ollered. "/TLORIOUS GATES AJAR," SONG. WHITE LEY, \X4"c. (sung by San Francisco Minstrels); "Pretty VIolMIe," song, Urundler, 33c.; "Secret Love" (as played bv Nyer't Orchestra at Long Branch), Reach, 3<>c.; "Sons of Temperance." song, Uarrigaa und Hart. 40c. Copies mailed. WM. A. POND A CO.. 347 Broadway. Branch ?tore, 39 Union square, New York. H For halls, partif,s and weddings?ELKUAnt silk and satin Shoes, made to order on Hapgood's Spanish arched Instep last. Shoe department K1NZEY 8. Broadway and Utb at. N AMUSBHBNTS. lBL0'3~iiAKDEN. ' CHARLES E. ARNOLD Lcnee nd BKNsKN SHERWOOD Director 4:W TO BOTH PERFORMANCE 431) TO SOT II PERFORMANCE 4JD TO 50T11 PERFORMANCE This magnificent suectncle, now Hearing It* a -mi-centen nial performance, linn been accorded by tlio pre** of .New York mid nil the great cities a mecil of approbation higher ami morn eulogistic than that vouchsafed to au.r other dra matic pageant over produced In tills country. The Sew York Herald, of October 1*. says:? 1IABA, AT Nlltl.O'S ilAKDKN, hns proved a success greater than that ol the "lSlack Crook" or the "White Fawn." And the surest evidence of success, HOUSES OltOWDED TO THE DOORS. HOUSES CROWDED TO THE DOOKS. GENUINE LAUGHTER. APPLAUSE AND MERRIMENT have creeled every presentation of the BRIGHTEST, CHEERIEST, WITTIEST SPECTACULAR EXTRAVAGANZA EVER PLACED ON THE STAGE. UNPRECEDENTED TRIUMPH OF Miss ELIZA W'KATIl KIISHY. .as AMORKT Miss ELIZA WKATIIKRSHY as AMORKT Mr. W. II. CRANE as HABA Mr. VV. II. CRANIO us BABA TI1E ARTISTIC PREMIERES ASSOLUTAS, Miles. ELIZA BIOTA and HELEN K MKNZKLI, Miles. K. LIZ \BIOTA and HKLENE M lONZiOLl. Mr. BKNSEN SHERWOOD'S WONDERFUL TRANSFORMATION, THE RI-.VKLS OF THE ROSES (Invented by Messrs. Sherwood and Deverna), THE MUST BEAUTIFUL TRANSFORMATION SCENE EVER EXHIBITED IN A THEATRE. MAX MAUKTZIOK'S SWIOhT MUSIC NIGHTLY ENCORED. THE GRAND ORIENTAL AMAZON MAKCI1. arranged by A. HLANDOYVSKI, pronounced by military critics the perfection of drill and martial evolutions. THE GRAND BALLETS, LK3 ODALISQUES DU SERAIL. L10S AMOURS DBS DIABLES. MONDAY EVENING. EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. First appearance oi 8IGNORINA TERESA ANTONINO, SIGNOKINA TERESA ANTONINO, Premiere from tlie principal thentres of Europe, who will on this occasion maku Iter DEBUT IN NEW YORK. Alsn first UDpearanee of MISS IDA DEYEKE and MLLB. MALVINA. On the same cveniug a full line of new AMERICAN CORYl'lIEES will be added to the attractions of the regular and strong corps de badut. thus permitting this theatre to present the PERFECTION OF BALLET. PERFECTION OF BALLET. SECURE SbATS, AND AVOID THE RUSH. General admission. $1; resorvod seats iu orchestra, orchestra circle and balcony, $1 514; family circle, 30c. Box olllcu open daily from S A. M. to IU P. M. MONDAY. NOVEMBER tl. OOTII PERFORMANCE OF BABA. \v /ALLACK'S. Mr. LESTER WALLACE Proprietor end Manager . Every evening at S and Saturday Matiuee at 1>? P. M. Last 10 perlormauces of the new Comedy by DION BOUCICAULT, FORBIDDEN FRUIT. Mr. Wallaek 1* obliged to announce tlie last nights of this comedy, in the midst of Its successful career. It mutt be withdrawn tor the presont, us on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9. DION BOUCICAULT will appear as CONN, in Ills Irish Drama, the SHAUGHKAUN, originally produced in Wallack's Theatre, and written for his company. In addition to the features of the original cast, which will be preeervud. Miss Ruse Wood, Miss Josephine ilaker and Mr. G. A. Stevenson will appear as Arte, Moya and Robert Fi'olllott. Mr. J. Gilbert will, on this occasion, make his first appear ance this season. Although "Forbidden Fruit" will bo removed from the table to make way for "The Shaugliruun," It trill be re filaeed before the public when Mr. KoilcicauU departs to ultil his : otithern and Western engnguments. The CAST or the SHAUGHKAUN, as represented at Wallack's Theatre. Father Dolan Captain Molineux.... llarvev Duff Corny Ktncliela Conn Sergeant Keilly Sullivan Mangau Doyle Donovan Claire Flolllutt Mrs O'Kully Bridget Nancy . ? Mr. John Gilbert. Mr. H.J. Montague, Mr. Harry Beckett. Mr. Edward Arnott. Mr. Dion Koucicault, Mr. W. J. Leonard. Mr. K. M. Holland. Mr. C. E. Edwin. Mr. W. Kytiuge. Mr. J. Peck. Mr. 1". Atkina Miss Ida Dyas. Mmo. l'oiiisl. Mrs. Sefton. Miss Bisisdeil. Arte O'Neil Miss Rose Wood Moya Miss Josephine Raker Robert Klolliolt Mr. C. A. Stevenson Entirely NEW SCENERY, Dresses and Appointments. A ?A?A.?GRAND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT?A. THIS (SUNDAY*) EVENING, AT 8. At the PARISIAN VARIETIES, lHth st. and Broadway. A host ol new attractions, including The great American Slave Troupe, i First appearance The great American Slave Troupe. | rhls season. Tho world-renowned Llederkrants Quartet. Great HORACE VVK.sTON. I Master LEO, the Von lliiiow of hanjoists. I Musical wonder of the world. First uppeurncce In this country, Messrs. l*ast|tlolo l'riolo and Mlclieie Furenellu, monarchs of the Guitar, Harp and Mandoline. Messrs. Bartlet and Johnson, the favorite Tenors. GEORGE W. LEROY, I MILION J. S.VKDKLLK. the popular Basso. the groat Baritone. Professor Chas. Chrlstrup and his celebrated Orchestra. Kelly jTlkon's m7n sFr k lsTmiphiia h(> use, " ELLY Jt LEON'S MINSTRELS. I 33d si. and (itli av. THE FASHONAHLK MINSTREL TEMPLE. Great Hit. I GIIING-GIIGW-111. I Great Hit. Otfenbacli's I CHINO-CIIOW-HI. I Offenbach's Opera HoufTe. | CIIING-CHOW-UI. I Opera Bouffe. Territic flight of "the only I.eon'' from the "DOME OF THE THEATRE." Beautiful imported court dresses. 40 artists. "IMPERIAL J APS." 40 artists. Box ullice open daily from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. AN~K BANC I SCO M IN SIRE LS. I ~~ OPERA HOUSE. AN Kit A NCI SCO MINSTKIvES. | Broadway and k'tlth St. SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. I The Miustrci Palace. SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. | The Minstrel l'elace. Tho crcntu de la t-reme ot Ylustruisy. T " I Wn Birch. I'liiubold, j Backus. lustrelsy. Side splitting Jokes. <i> Glorious Singing. I Thirty Comic Dances. | Brilliant Received with rscreams | Artists. ?> Every Night. Tlie funniest entcrtaiumeiit in the uitv. MATIXBB SATURDAY at3 skats SECURED PARISIAN VARIETIES?lUIII ST. AND BROADWAY? Evening at H. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at J. Everything new. Gentlemen's favorite resort. IS new acts. Gigantic array of talent TWO LONE WIDOWS. I THE ETON BOY". THE AREA BELLE. | MY* WIFE'S GARTER. HUNGRY' MUSICIAN. I Sailing Untlep False Colors. LES NAPOEKTAIN'KS. Only theatre iu the world where every act is encored. Hurry Spriggs' Benefit November 3. Tremendous bill. (A) voluntcors. STKINWAY IIALL.? M R. HERRMANN LINDENS SHAKESPEARE RECITATIONS (by memory). .Monday. October .'(0?MACBETH. Friday, November 3?OOKIOLaXUA. Admission Otio Dollar. X. B.? Scats are arranged that every ono can see Mr. Linde. A?SAUBK'S DANCING ACADEMIES. 55 WEST 33D .114 Ku?l 13th. 154 East 54th. PRIVATE uny hour. CIRCULARS, 313 East 11 III. ^NS Young ladies wanted?for a iraaellino variety troupe; must be of prapossosslng) appearance. Address, enclosing pboiograpli and salary expected, MAN AGER, box 111 ilerald olllce. "Tl EUHEUC1IE" SHADOW "DANSANTE," ItRUW NIGHT. ARGYLE ROOMS, Kill 30I'll ST. MR FREDERICK ROBINSON, OF THE UNION S.|ttaro 'theatre, gives instruction in elocution and pre pares ladies and gentlemen for the stage. Address, by let ter only, LOTOS CLUB, No. 'J Irving pluco. n KB AT FUN AT URAND SHADOW 1 'DANBARTB," VJAKGYLe. ROOMS, TO MORROW NIGHT. COM MKNCING AT '.) O'CLOCK. ROPKSSOR PHILIP 77a VUMg INSTRUCTS Indies and gentlemen lor the stage and private theatri cals. 104 West 3iitli st. tjlkasurk seekers,"don't miss the great 1 "SHADOW" DANCING. ARGYLE ROOMS, TO MORROW NIGHT. KATORIO SOCIETY OP NEW- YORK. Dr. L. DAM lUISi;If Conductor 0 FOURTH SEASON. Subscribers can now sccuro their seats at the hex office of Steinway Hall. Une Season Ticket, lor four concerts, with Reserved Seat $5. TjIMllilE LEICESTER, Jlf TRAGEDIENNE, i receplress of Louise M. Pomeroy In Juliet and Pauline; and dramatic teacher of Goriradn Corliett in tho opera of "Norma," ACKNOWLEDGED BY THE PRESS tbu most SUCCESSFUL DEBUTANTES that have appeared ill New Y ork), will receive s limited number of pupils in Shake spearian reading anil dramalio training. Address NEW YORK CONsERVa ['DRY OF Ml SIC. ?> Kail 14th st, " TEALoUsY," AND ITS CAUSES?A LECTURE ON sj .Modern Society, will be thoroughly and In toll gently illustrated at Tony Pastor's, Moudav evening at H o'clock. Fit dc. a.?i have taken one course of box. log lessons from Prof. McClellau, of V nod's Gyioana* slum; ho is llrsl class; 1 am Iceltng much ' etter. .lo II N L. D. flMIE EXCITEMENT UNABATED A r TONY PASTOR'S 1 Tliousanils of people flock to this tashlonahlo Temple of Comedy rejoiced at ibn mirthful programme. No where lo in ilie city can it he duplicated. ] J VERY' BODY THAT LOVES FUN WILL ATTEND TjMlh GRAND SHADOW "DaNHANTK," ARGYLE ROOMS, It) MORROW NIGHT. Spiritualism.-mr. ciiablks h. foster, cf.le hrated medium, gives seoncos at 0 West 38th it. day aad evening. tJWEBTKST MUSIC IN THE LAND AT SHADOW O'DANSANTL," ARGYLE ROOMS, TOMORROW NIGHT " A MUCH ABUSED HUSBAND" WILL BE ABLY Txdelciided by tius Williams, at TONY PASTOR'S, on Monday night, secure seats early. AVlhENBNT!!. A r GOG II L MM MM O00 RRB KEEE * SSS U O 11 L M M M M O OK K K ? G U 1. M M M M O O ItRR hEK 3SS O GO II L M MM MO O K K E - ? UUU II LLLL M M M OOO K R KKBE 5?Ss? GGO A RRR ODD KEEK NN g O O AA It R D D B_ NK M U A A KRU D D EEE N N g O OO AAA K R I> D E g N N OOO A A K K DDD KEEE N N.N <S> PPPP The Greet Success ot the Ago. PI*PI' 1* P Two Exhibitions Dally J " PPPP Two Exhibitions Daily }*PI P P of tho I' P J Greatest Circus, Museum end 1 - Menagerie extent. . TTTTT Entirely now performance. 1TTTT '' New leeturee. New matures. f l' New attraction*. T Fun tor the Little F'olks. T ? T ~ Amusement end Instruction T eoiublned for nil. BBBB Mervetious Horsemanship. BBBIt B B Wonderful Acrobatic Pests. B B BBBB Funny Ciowus. BBBB B B Beentliul Lady Euueetrlonnes. B B BBBB Trick Mules. BBBB Trelned Ponies, A Trained Dogs, A A A Performing blephents. Monkeys A A A A aud Goats. A A AAA A The Great Carlo Family, AAA A A A Gymnasts. A A New Spurts in the Arena. RBRR Admiral Dot, the handsomest and KRKIt K R smallest of men. U R KRKR Sat mi to a and All Ititrht, RUllU It R the Great J apanoso Jugglers. R K R It The I'auions Tattooed Greek. It K The performance closing with a NN N Laughable Frolic. NN N NNN NNN N N N NOTICE.-The grwnd Paireant NNN N N N of the opening will commence N N N N NN precisely at 2 und S o'clock. N NN U V The Monagorle, Mnaenm and U U U V Curiosities will ho kept upon one U U U U hour after the circus performance. U , U U U The animals in the Menagerie U U UUUU will ho fed in the presence or tho UUUU audience at 4 o'clock P. M. every MM MM day.. MM MM M M >1 M ? MM MM M *M M M Admission 50 cents. Children M M M M M MM M ntitler nine years 25 cents. Of. M MM M M M M chcsira sosts 25 cents extra. M M M Doors opon at I and 0:30 P. M. SSSS Orchestra seats can he secured at S8SS S the box ollice one nook in ad- ? SSSS vance. * ' SSh.S S SSsS 3 SSSS GGO RKRR KF.EEB A TTTTT G G K R E AA T G HRRK EEE A A f 0 O R R E AAA T GGG R R KEKEE A A * aSSSa II H OOO WWW 2 3 11 HO O W VV W "SSSa JillU11 O O W WW W Q 3 II II O O WV VW sSSS3 II II OOO W W <8> CTH AV. THEATRE. . Ol'roprietor and Manager Mr. AU3USTIN DALV , EVERT NIGHT AT 8, I lor the LAST TIM>'"S, AliGUSTIN DALY'S I SPECTACULAR COM EDY, LIKE! I IN FOUR PHASES and a I GORGEOUS TRANS LAST NIGHTS C7 "LIFE." FORMATION. In which LAST NIGHTS OF "L.IFK." |occurs the great SNOW LAST MUI.TS_OF .-LIFE," "ALLET^ TA SOHLKE. The LAST NIGHTS OF "LIFE." I GREAT COMEDY CAST LAST NIGHTS OF "LIFE." includes Mr. COGHLAN, LAST NIGHTS OF "Lift,." | JOHN BKOIOHAM. CHARLES FISHER. JAMES LEWIS. W. DAV 11 DOE : Miss GEOKOIE ORE'.", EMILY RIGL. SYDNEY COWKLL, I MARY WELLS, and Mrs. G. 11. GILBERT. MATINEE OF "LIFE" SATURDAY AT TWO. Mr. Daly begs to announce that LIFE, which is to be withdrawn shortly will ho followed by a limited season of FAMOUS COMEDIES, in which MIsa FANNY DAVENPORT and Mr. CHARLES COGHLAN. In combination with the entire force or the BRILLIANT COMPANY, will appear In some or their roost celebrated parts. For u*?T'?r mlof has been in progress upon the SOENKRY and DREsSF.s or SHAKKSPKKe'S "AS YOU LIKE IT" and SUER IDAN'S "SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL." two playa which tnilycon?Uiitethag ^ enq COMEDY. The first proauction will tnke place on SATURDAY EVENING, November 11, on which occasion Miss DAVEN PORT will make her 11 r^st^rspi>en*raijice this season as rOOD'S MUSEUM WOOD'S. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30 COMPLIEKNTAKY BENEFIT \j\J i*l I lilCrisiv a/aa* * """ TO JAMES BARNES. STAGE DIRECTOR. LOOK AT THE ATTRACTIONS. OBSERVE THE VOLUNTEERS. EVENING AT S ADMISSION 20C. C W. BARKY T. B. STUDLEY. Mrlk RACHEL CANTOR. Miss CHARLOTTE NEVILLE. ESCAPED FROM SING SING and THE ADOPTED CHILD MATINEE ATI ? n ADMISSION 150. LOUIS ALDRICH. Mrs. 0. W. JONES, LIZA W^BER. JENNIE MORTON. CONSTANT JORDAN, P1IOSA McALLlS'lER, Mrs HARRY JORDAN, GEORGE O. MORRIS, fc. id. GARDNER, S. SlIORKY, J.V. COOKE, in DON C.ESAK DK BAZAN and NEOTA, THE AVENGER. w GOD'S MUSEUM.?SPECIAL NOTICE. Wednesday evening, November 1, benefit in aid of the Widows and Orphan's Fund of Naval Lodge, No. 69. F. aud A. X. Geo. C. Boniface. Marie Stella. Two beautiful plays, Sweethearts and Orphan ot Geneva. Sunday evening, ootobkr 29 GRAND CONCERT, given by members of THEODORE THOMAS' ORCHKS TKA? PHILHARMONIC aud ASCHENHRODEL SOC1K UEKJIAnVa ASSEMBLY ROOMS, 291land 29S.Bowery, tor the benefit of Mr. ADOliPH SLllMlU l. Conductors?A DOLPH NEUENDORF, <i. MOTZKA, JULIUS BERNSTEIN, ADULPH SCHMIDT. Programme. 1.?Overture. Egmont Beethoven 2.?The Singers' Greeting. Mr. Alvus .....Flciii 3 ?Part 4. Svinphony No. 2 Beethoven 4.-Concorto No. I. for violin, executed by Mr. Adolpb Schmidt ? -Lh. de Berlot 5 ?The Dream of the Shepherdess. Fantssie Pastorale. (Composed since his blindness) .....Ad. Schmidt fl.?Overture. Rlensl .......Richard Wagner Der Vador lirurt. Mr. Adoloh Sohst...... .Llsst K Concorto lor trombone. Mr. K. K. Ledsch ,ytf*id 0.?F'lnale. The Jewess .....llalevy ID.?Conversation* with My Bird. Violin solo. Per formed by the composer Adolph Schmidt 11.?Grand March Uungl Admission 50 cents. Alter the Concert a Hop. gTElNWAY ^Al^INuABn SCHMELZ h"THCU^E>rGKANi)UI's i'MfHONy''cT?NA;^,UTS, in STRINWAY hall, commencing November II. Tho very best musical talents arc engaged. farther particulars in future announcements. "* MBRIcXn INSTITUTE, t\ 2d and 3d nvs., between 63d and 04th ats. FORTY-FIFTH GRAND NATIONAL EXHIBITIOK. REDUCTION OF PRICES from October 24 to close of Exhibition. Adults, 25c.; children under 15 years, 15c. MABILLF. THEATRE. 34TH ST. AND 3D AV., will remain closed Monday and Tuesday evenings for a proper rehearsal of our new seusiition. WILL RE-oP KN WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 1, ASA FIRST CLASS FAMILY KEsOK'f. witli the gre.COst aiiiusamen". marvel of tho age, PROEKSsOR HUGHES' MABILLF: MYTH, nothing like it over seen in this country, preceded bv u grand olio of 30 specialty arti-ts. Family matinees overy afternoon at ? Kvauing at s. OA USE'S SOIREES. MASONIC HALL, 114 BAST ISTH. Onext Tuesday; BRUNSWICK HALL, 55 West :13d, next THURSDAY evening. ('117 ANTED?A NURSE." APPLY AT TONY PAS VV TOR'S Theatre, at s o'clock Monday night. F Philadelphia. Amusements. lOX'S AMEK.CaN THEATRE. PHILADELPHIA. OPrN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. THE HANDSOMEST THEATRE IN THE CITY. Zoological garjjen, faikmount park, phil wJadalphia.?Open daily. A large collection ol living wild b?*?ittM, Dinin and rentll<?!?. Admiiwion, 25c. Children. lUo z KIRALFY'S ALHAMBRA PALACE The fasidoiiable resort ot Fhilndelphla. KIRALFY H ROTH KRS.....................sola Proprtators around thk"wokld in'80 DAYS. Secured seats two woeks In advance. rpHE " GREAT SIEGE OF PARIS.-EXllIHiTION I DAILY. FROM S a. M. TO 10 p. M., EAST OF THE PHILADELPHIA MAIN EXPOSITION BUIcDING. AT K\Y NAT ION AL THEATRE, PHILADELPHI A. TH E JN BLACK CROOK, with tho PEERLESS MOliLACCHL 'lh. grandest entertainment In the city. KRKl TZHKKG'S GREAT EUROPEAN ANATOMICAL and Historical Museum, 729 Chestnut ?t.. Philadelphia The great -st and most complete evor exhibited In Atuorlca Open dally. PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM, WTII AMD ARCH STS - The li2th consecutive representation ot the TWO ORPHANS. Matinee svery afternoon, TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM. _ PI.VXtlF'ORTKM, URUA1S, Ac. A'itlt PERSONS DKSI ROUS OF' PiTrCH AsING A GKN luinr second hand Btelnwajr grand, siiuare or upright Piano will find a fine assortment at our wnreroonts: every instrument In perfect condition and some ol them nearly new ; also second hand Planus of other rnakeis; howarn of bogus pianos bearing our iiantu or one closely resembling it. isTKlNW'AY k SONS. 107. ill K.st 14th st.. Now York. A -FOR KF;NT. UPKIGlli, MUAKK AND GRAND ? Planus of our own make; also for sub- and rout, a num ber of linn second hand Pianos, in perfect order. WM. KNAHE A CO., No 112 5th av., above IBth st. A "l-'IN e. tSSORTMF.N I OF FIRST CLAM PIANO fortes for sale at very moderate prlees. on eaay ami rea sonable tor at IIAINES ItItOS. . eornnr 2d av. and 21st St. A few Pianos that have been used a little very low. FK W~iXci rsir 11 aHi ) PIANO", RETURN KD F'KOM lilre, very cheat* for cash, or on monthly Instalments. JOHN MAIION'S, 4<)th st. and 1st av. KION IMAMt.a-IIIE LAKOKST STOCK-oF RE liable seennd hand Pianos In the city. soin. almeat new, at oiio-t|iiart.r th# original prices lor cash "r lnsialino . .I.o Piano, to rent SIMPSON * CO.. No. ? East 14th -t. ? CUtCKKRINU GRAND PtANO. iVlor sal. cheap or trado, at storage rmnus, U W atningion place A FIRST " CLASS PIANO. WITII ALL itJ Aproyamonta. to be aold; a bargain; mast ho torn tnts waek. 79 7th ay. PIAKOFOHTCS, ORGANS, AC. A private family, dkcuxino hoilsekeep^ ag. will sell tUeir tuugniflccut four round 7'. octivo brilliant timed rosewood carved Pianoforte,made to order lot present owner by moat celebrated cltv maker. used eight mouths, cost ?|isiu. for $275: u superb inlaid made upright 7}? octave Flatoforl, for lew than .mailt., ???,; F^rlor Sulfa iu satin, 14 piecae, eosi $l.2(?i t,rt fiuo Carpels. Oil I'aintinge, Bronzes. imported Clock Hguree. Ac. ; 14 flue black walnut inlaid Hedroom Seta complete, for $o(i upward; Books and Bookcase, Mirrors! Miter. </blna. Ac., for leea tlian half coet X H ? Fin. ream ol Carriage Horace, mounted Harness. Hno Coupe and top Buggy, a bargain. Call at private residence 120 West I fitii av. Property B Llelngefiu. Kaq. I A 5. kleuant stuck fiaxob?bakmoke-s.' suS XXHIeecker at. : half price; lutcet Improvement.* fullr warranted; flUO, $125. $150. ' ,u"* "7~ GOOD SECOND HAND 7 OCTAVE pT.VNcTToR ^Laale (all Improvements) at n very low ligure. 10 Union aguare and 333 West 36tli at. A" I'll IV AT K F A MIL Y WIL L SELL STK1N WA Y lour round 7.1, octave Pianoforte, $225; richly carved | rosewood case ; all Improvemebte; elegaut upright Cliicker. I lug Pianoforte, inlaid case. $2(10; boxes for shlpplug N^ B.-Must be sold; family leaving city. Call privato'roM*. deuco No. 47 W est 16th st., between otli and titb ave to | day or Monday. ? CH1CKERINO, 8TEINVTAY. WEBER AND HlS tile's upright and square Pinnnrortee $100 to $3U0: rent $3 to $0; monthly initalmunte. $10. BIDDLK'8, 13 Waverley place, near Broadway. A PRIVATE FA MILY WILL SELL THEIR MAGNIFL cent roiewood Piiiuoforto, a groat sacrifice; alio rich parlor, bedroom, dining and library Furniture. Paintings Carpeta. Silverware ; u bargain. Residence 51 West 24th st * between 5th undtlth ava. ' An ovvneu-must sacrifice maunipicent new four round 7'? rosewood Pianoforte, superior tone, finish and curving,, cost $9(J0, for $200. Call residonce 50 East Otli st. A FEW SECOND HAND WEBER PIANOS AT VERY ?Xgrcat bargains; some of them used but a very short time : bv our best muiiclatis. and really almost as good as new; rally warranted iu every respect. Please call at the WEBER \\ AKKUOOMS. 5th av. and 10th at. [ A CHICKKKIND PARLoTt ORANU PIANO, IN FINK ?sl-coiidition. fur sale vary low at 233 East 21st at. Bargains.?second hand pianos]-from $106 upward; all styles; all prices; on etsy terms. J. W. FRENCH A CO.. 20 East 14th St., New York. Family leaving city sTlls"7>7 octave 1 iano. richly carved four round corners, $180, Inquire of jmiitor, 281) Ea*t 50th st. ^ Fink stiver violin for sale, in perfect order. Apply at 43717 Broadway. MILLET A CO. IMMENSE SACRIFICE.?WE OFFER 100 PIANOS a ,1! Inon*y over has been offered before for cash: don't fall to call; Pianos to rent. KUAKAUER. 352 Bowery. Magnificent 7 7ictave rosewood piano! iorte, only $75; splondld tone, Ae. Seeu at UOBDON'a, inI Bleecker st. P'AN?S ,AND ORGANS, SEVEN OCTAVE" PIANOR A in Ilrst class order, not nsod ayear. for$165; 7 1-3octave, "v? isstave 4-stup Organs, $d5 ; six stops. $75; eight menti . t: *toP?- $100. Pianos und Organs on instal ments or to rent at extraordinary low prices. New Pianos and Organs of first class makers. Including Waters', con wThlt ' ,IUltACK WATERS A SONS. 40 East PIANOS.?LARGE ASSORTMENT TO BENT. $4 UP. ward; to soil, $50 upward; easy terms. MEKRKLL'S, No. 8 Cnion square. PIANOS TO RENT?FROM $3 TO $6 PER MONTIIt rent applied. E. V. IMJMSDAY, 03 East 9th at., near Broadway. OTODERT PIANO, $00; KENT $3; 7"]! OCTAVE; h?JSv??i..lu.l!??ov,,mo"t,i ?" Instalments $10 monthly, T. CONNOR, 1j7 38tb St.. comer 3d av. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PIANOS IN?THE Olff are found at 205 West 17th st. Beat anything yet. WANTED-A SECOND" HAND UPRIGHT~PlANO: Iorte; must be in gooil order and low price. Address H. A 234 Broadway, room 17. fv ?STBINWAYPIANO, ELEGANT ROSEWOOD; wl I ft :? ** ? - ?*??.??? i uuob a uui/; VA. I C/.superb tone ; pertect order: guaruuteed genuine; Oust$700; price, $175; terms cash; Instalments or rent. _ 201 i th av., opposite Mucy's. NKW UPRIGHT AND SQUARE MP?2 t/Yy.Piauos, I actory, 103 Bleecker; vrurorooma 810 Broadway. UNITED STATES PIANO COMPANY. flit.SIC As.. A -NEW YORK CONSPHrVAYotfY"oFmUsfc] ? Now York oflico.s only at $ East 14tb st., socoud door east of 5th av. (Incorporated 1865.) THIS RENOWNED music school open day and evening. Classes of three and two. $10 and $1.) per terra, private $30. A LADY WISHES" A COMPETENT TEACHER FOR the piano. Address, with terms and relerenco, box l(>t Herald office. A?ONE MONTH FREE-LESSONS ON PIANO AND ? Singing by an experienced lady teacher; terms mod erate. MARION, 483?i 5th av. A PUPIL OF THE MOST DISTINGUISH EDP RO fosxors in Europe will give two weeks' lessons iu singing f.'!rt P.'.*n" 'r?e, und verv reasonable If continued. Address PIANLSTE. box 165 Herald Uptown Branch ofilco. A CULTIVATED LADY OF LARGE EXPERIENCE and acknowledged musical talent, gives Pianoforte and Singing Lessons; $10 per quarter; hlghost references. Ad dress CLASSIC, Post office box 2.974. A GENTLEMAN PROFESSOR] ARRIVED FROM Leipzig Conservatory, could accommodate two pupils with iusti uctiou In singing and piano, after the new modern method. Address W., 1.263 Broadway. Ano,0?^,^1' DOLLAR a lesson,?mmk; ? ilma si INOLA, experienced teacher ol piano and singing; pure Italian method. 23 Irving place. Announcement.-$iuo foefkit if fail, great success; beginners guaranteed to play piano by not* Immediately, without troublesome study. Address CHltOMO-PfaONKTlC SYSTEM. Herald office* A I-ADY TEACHES PIANO. ORGAN, 8INOINO; $10 -TVper quarter; pupils prepared, churches, opera. Address OPERA, Herald Uptown Branch olflce. Aiwresi A GENTLEMAN OF GREAT EXPERIENCE GIVES instruction on piano, orgau, harp and harmony at pupil's residence; $10 a quarter: reference. Address, with residence, TEACHER, box 129 Herald Uptown Branch office. LADY MUSIC TEACHER WILL GIVE LESSONS in part payment for Board; also reasonable Board for brother. Address M.. box 110 Herald Branch office. A GOOD BASSO WISHES A SITUATION IN~A GUAR", tet. Address QUARTET, box 1,19$ New York city Post office. LADY. HIGHLY PROFICIENT IX MUSIcTdKSIReI more pupils; nyiid advancement; special attention te begiuners; terms. $750. Address MIGXONNK. Advertise ment office. 554 3d av. BANdO, GUITAR AND SINGING TAUGHT l'RACTI eally by Professor NAFOLEON GOULD, 168 East 32d st.; piano specialties: ballad accompaniments. CV1RLS, WITH GOOD VOICES, WANTED FOR WEST TChoir, Christ church, 5th av ; musical instruction and expenses given. Call Mondays, nt 4, 35th st. entrance. Max schwakz, teacher for the violin. For particulars apply at hia residence. No. 8 East 3d at. Ring the hell twice. MMK. SCHUBERT TEACHKS MUSIC AND SINGING utter the Italian. Freucli, Uertnau und English meth ods. AdUri's* 60 East Otli st. A MARRIED LADY FROM ENGLAND (THOROUGH pianist) desires it few more pupils; lessons at their resi dence; reference: terms, thteo lessons a week $1* rapid progress guaranteed. Address ALPHA, station D. Flute instruction.?professor f. j] khkn continues to teach upon the Booiint and German flutes; success guaranteed to persevering pupils. Apply 127 Eaet ORGANIST AND PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, sINGTXo] piano, violin. Ac., oilers his services Iu a private family school or church In exchange (or Board: highest references! Address PIlOhhSSMR. 52 Court St.. Brooklyn. PROFESSOR FONTANA.?SINGING LESSONS AT UI9 residence, 221 \\ est 22d st. Class ol three. $10 per quae, ter, two, $15; private. $30. Richard mollkniiauek will give instiiuc tions on the piano and violin ut his residence. 337 East 15CU St. SIGNOR EDUARDO MaRZo. ThAOHfc.lt OF SING iiiK ?n<1 I i"?o, has resumed Mm course of privete lee* mo dm at hi* rooms, 33 Union ?quare (Decker Bro.'i Build* Ing). RINGING LESSONS IN CLASSES BY A GENTLE 23d T* y a Thursdey, from H to 10 P. M. 107 Weel Talented singers demrino introduction to line concert! taught at half price. Address 206 West 21 Ht Nt. WANTED?A FIRST CLASS PIANO TUNER AND repairer: a general knowledge of both square and up right pianos required. Address, giving references and Stat* ing salary expected. G. IIARVKY, Brooklyn. L. I. O.Y.VCINO At'ADRAliEn. " A?MAR'S ACADEMY OF DANCING. 2sil BLEECKER ? st.?1 upils attend hv tickets; classes always opeu for heitmrirrs; send lor circular. A?CARTIER'S DANCING ACADEMY, PLIMPTON'S .Building Stiivvustant and 9th sts.?Private lessons any Mo mi ay double glide and Newport Mpcciaitien; Solrwo AlleiTdodworTii's dancing scuorTiZ reinovod to No. lint fstls av., now open for the ruceptlo* of pupils. Y or particulars -end lor eltenlnr. . At wilsgn'h dancing academy, 451 7TH av" classes now open. Send lor circular. Sulrcea every luesday und Saturday. Brookes- DAMOINg acakkmy.'soi bkodme kt. A new class lor Tuesday. All the fashloiiablu il&nc??? in ono courxu of lessons. Opening Soiree, Friday even inn, .November 3. DK GAKMO-S PltlVATK DANCING ACADEMY, NoTT VVeHt 3Jd at., two doom from ?'?th nv. Now open. DI'Maus DA If CI KG ACADSMY, 24 WEST 4TH St.? Ail dftucoM taunht perfectly por qimrter; six faNhionahl* dmicuM pertocily in Mix private lessons. For Indies, uftor Uoon and e von ing olnsses. DIAMOND'S DANCING KC li do L. A DKI,PIH BI'ILO*. ing. Broadway uiul 52q st.. open every day; si urrlvate lessons, $11), I,TERN WHO'S l> WCING ACADEMIES. MTH st] I corner 3d av. (hnuk building).?For circular addroaa Pri vate Ac.idomy, 57 East .59th sr. l'rlvatu lessons any hour. Reception Thursdays; invitations Issued; no adiuittauc* without being presented with iny signature. . -I. FERNANDO. HAPGOOD'S .Sl'A.Msli A UCII ED INSTEP BOOT gives the foot an elegant appoa.ancc und makes tho loot look two sizes smaller; at prices to suit the times. 81ir<? Department, KINZEY'8, Broadway and 9th st. nLASKoS' AC VDRMY FOR DANCING] 1.464 BROAD * av, conimunccs Satnrduv, October 28 Manuel's olas*bs Fob dancing, m atu at. will coinnionee. Saturday, November II. ** Mrs. trknok's la dies' private class Tuesdays and Thursdays ut 2 P M. Ladles' and gen tlemen's evening elasa Wednesdays and Saturdays. \\ It. TRENCH'S ACADEMY OF DAM Im; ' ATI Lyrlo Hall, i tb av., Rcsern lr square Lessons every day ami evening. Receptions on Friday. MISS K. K SHAW INMTKUCTS PKlV M'?; . l.xssRg at Dancing Academy or at pupil's residence; also plan* instruct Ion. Addrnsa 4M Went 14th ?i. T11K ll\l$l$ SKASO^. i4.A,lL;s -kK,lhs ,ANI> wFi'iMAtis-iiLKiriiirf i 2 i I . * i 1 niad? to ordvr im H^p/.mhjn 8p?nish "reliedI inatup U?t. hdot dep.irtiiieui KlNZbV*B, Hrou<tw*y und Wtn nt. ' ' I'llI'- LKt "I't RE NEASOY. ^ PMv?" u ^,hK':T" KS. -A N N IK FRAjfE'. , * u.. to ladles every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day Friday, at 8 P. M., at 128 Eos'. 27th ?t? botwoait Lexington and 4th ava "