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THE NEW YORK HERALD
N0715.398- NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1878.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE
1)1 KKlTu:.y FOII ADVKKTISKRS.
AMI'HKMK.NTH-Ist Piti-4tli, 5th and M' eols.
JMLLIaRDS?2d PAGK-3d col.
f?.|,i)|. its IVaN I Bl>?3d Pagk?2d eol.
BOARD AND LODUINU WANTED?2d I* AGE-2d eol.
BROOKLYN REAL EoTaTE FOR SALE-2d Paoe-1
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?12t?P AGE?lit eol.
RirSlNFSS NOTICES?7tii PAGK-5tb ool.
BITrf REAL ESTATE KOK SaLE?-n Page-lit coL
CLEKE8 ANO SALESMEN?12th Page?3d ooL
ni.oTHING?2D Pagk?3d col.
COACHMEN AND GAKDENERS-12TH PA0E-3d?0|
COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?12th Pagk?5th and 6th
col*. _
COPARTNERSHIPS?12th Page?lit col.
DANCING ACADEMIES?2n Page?2d coL
DKNTI8TRY?2d Page?3d c.il.
DRY HOODS?1st Pack?4th col.
DWELLING IIOITSKK TO LET. FURNI8BED AND UN
FURNISHED?2D PAGK-lst col.
klTROPKAN STEAMS III Pi?12th I'AGB-5th eoU
EUROPE?7th Pag* ?1Mb col.
EXCURSIONS - 12th PAGK-Htbcol. . _ ,,
KINANCIAL?11th PAGi-?th col., and 12th I\lG?-lit
col.
FOR SALE?12th Pack? l?t eol.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?
2n Pagk?lit col.
FURNITURE?2d Pagk?2d col.
FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?12th Page?4 th eol.
HELP WANTED?FEMALES?12th PAG?-2d aid 3d
BELP?WANTED-MALE8?12th Pack-3d eol.
oltSBS, CARRIAGE*. AC.?UT Pagk?id and 4th cola.
BOTELS-2D l'AGK-2d col.
OUaEs, rooms. AC. WANTED?2d Page?lit ?nd 2d
roll, ?
INSTRUCTION?2d PA0K-2d coL
JERSEY CITY. IIOBOKEN, HUDSON CITY AND
BERGEN UEAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Page ?
l?t col. ,
LOST AND FOUND?1?T PA0E-2dcoL
M \CHINERY?12th Page?lit eol.
MARBLE MA NTELS?2d Page?3d col.
MKDICAL-12TH PAGM-Uteal. ,
MILLINERY AND DRESSM AkINO-l*T Pack?4th col.
ML>ORLLaNEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?IOtu Page?
Otli col.
MUSICAL-Is* Pack?4th col.
NEW PUBLICATIONS?7tii Page?5th and 6th coll.
PERSONAL- 1st Pagk?lstcnl. . . ,
PIANO FORT KB, ORGANS, Ai!.-12th PAGK-lit eol.
POST OFFICE NOTICK?1st Page-4 th eol.
professional SITUATIONS WANTtD-FEMALES?
PR0I*b"iYA0UT2<10? THE CITY" FOR SALE OR TO
RENT?2d Page?1?t col.
SEAL ESTATE TO EXOHANOE-2D Pack?lit coL
KKAL ESTATE WANTr.D?2d PAGK-lit col.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES?1st Pagk?lit and 2d eoU.
REWARK8?Irt Pagk?2d col.
SALES AT AUCTION 12th PaGK?4th col.
SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE8? 12th PAGK-Jd col.
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALBS-I2th Pagk?3d col.
SPECIAL NOTICES?1 xt Pagk?2d and 3d col.
SPORTING?DOGS, BIRDS, AC.?1st Page?3d col.
THE TRADES?12th Pagk?3d and 4tb coli.
THK TURF?1st PA!iK-3d col.
TO I,KT FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2d Pag*-lit col.
TRAVELLKR8' GUIDE?12th PAQE-ttth col.
CNFURNlSllliD ROOMS .AND APARTMENTS TO
LET?2d Page 1st col.
WANTED To PURCHASE??D PACK-3d col.
Watche?-. jewh.lry, ac.-2d pAOK-2dcoL
WESTCHESTER COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE OR
TO LET?2d PAGK-lit eol.
TACtUS, STEAMBOAT-", 40.?lOtH PAGK-Cthcol.
PERSONAL.
^ LICEV FORMERLY OF GREENWICH'XV." WOULD
J\be hnppy to see yon airaln. Pleaso atate where and
when. Address II., box 148 Herald Uptown office.
OOTS?WAS THERE TO-UAYl wON^f SEND. llOW.
ever. SHOES.
INFORMATION WANTED.?JOHN W. McCRODEN, IF
Llivlng. or his relatives will lonrn something to tiielr ad
rantitge by aildrotsiug box 880 Baltimore. Md.
MI-S N. H.-THE FKI -.ND YOU SAW ON 12TI1 ST.
on Thursday. 10, would llk? to meet you. Pleats ad
Iresa EYEGLASSES. Herald Uptown office.
T~ HAT MATTER WILL He. SETTLED WHEN rUE
proper Dour comei. Till then control youriell.
PRIAM.
THE KiiRMEKlYS WILL BE AT SOLaRIAS THIS
?Saturday) evening at H:30. MINNIE.
IV) Da.MEL CHKISTOPIIER-OUR LAST LETTER
.to you was returned. We are itnxtoua to hoar from
you. I'lease write JOHN CHRISTOPHER, Wynuttay it.,
Liverpool, England.
1' 1IIIRD~AVENUK CAR. THURSDAY NIGHT. 1 :30 A.
. M.?Will laiiy who left the car at 20th n. lavor centle*
f an sitting opnoilto with an interview ? Addren VIC
OR, Herald office.
ILL1AM S. VERNAM-PLEASE CALL AT NO.
3 Mereer it at once.
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AN I'ED?A FRIEND. ADDRESS ARIUUU TOX
Herald office.
REL1UIUU.S BiOTICEV
i"sburV Methodist civukch. t.a>t~w asuTn g
,CLton tqiiarn. - 10>i ltev. Mr. Bebout: 7J? by Mr. Ricli
bxiud. Evening?i?uhJoct, Sainton. Ills Vlcei and liti
Virtues. Sittlnc free
L ANSON METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Norfolk it., near Grand ?10:30. preachlnir by the pal
lor, snbject. "The Prodigal Sou;" 7:4.\ Rer. Richard
ll>rcourt, ol Jersey City.
"TTaNSoN .METHo"oIST eT" IS C OPAL CHURUII,
Norfolk it., near Grand.? Tha Rev. William I*. Abbott,
]>. D.. will deliver a leetnre In this church, on Tn >?day
?veninu, October 22, commencing at 8 o'clock. Subject.
"An bvenlnc in Ireland." Adinlmon 25 eenti.
'a t mi', bkooklyn tabernacle dr. talmage
^\.ii preacnlne a conrie ot moralnt; dlscoiirMi on "The
>Ulit Side of Now York and Brooklyn Lite."
"T~f WILLETI s7REbT METHODIST CHURCH.
/Vpreachlui; Sundar, 10>j, Rev. Mr. i:iisi?ll; 7)?. Paitor
pearles, on "The Temptation of ChrUt." Seats Iree,
liraneeri Invited.
k LLEN STREET MBTIIODIIIT~CHURCH. RKV. O.
ilff. Woodruff. D. D., pastor: morning lermou, by Rev.
L. S. Weed. D. D.; altornoon. nnion lova feast; evening,
aertnon by Rev. Mr Bovnei, of England.
'a i' TTTIrty-kouktTT nrTrEET refokmed
(/\.''tinreh. Rev. Carlos Martyn will preach Hnndav at
Sutijecl. "Two Facts," and evening at 7J,?8ubj<i?t,
??i.fttle Foxos "
AT 8TAMTUN bTHl.Er HAPTIaT CIIURCii?RKV.
Matthew liale .-nil111 will preach. morning. 10:30;
evening, 7 :30: 8abbath School. 2:30 P. M. All arc Invited.
T WAMtlNUTON Syt'AUK MKTItOUIST KIMH
copal Church. the paator. Kev. Juniea M. Kins, D. L)..
will preach at lu:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Strangers wel
come.
A-MKS. NELLIE SIUUUaM, INSPIRATION*L
?speaker, loctnres 10UA. M..7U 1' M., for Klrst Soci
ety Spiritualists. 53 Weil :)3d st. subject, evening?'"Why
Ate \Vo Here and Whore Are We Oolns; T" Seata free.
Children's lycenm. 2>i P. M.
AT CHICK Kill Nil HALL, 5TII AV.. COKNKR 18TH
at . Union Ovapel aerrlcea. Rot. A. II. Moment will
preach a? 3:30 Sunday afternoon. Singing tiy fteorge K.
?tariccnt and the great choir. Saata Iree. Everybody wal*
come.
A MEXICAN HLUK RIBBON TEMPERANCE UNION
"home again." at Cooper Institute, Sunday, -I o'clock.
Rpeakera?Kov. John Parker, who will nine aouir computed
fur 1 ho occasion; al-o Hon. .Indue Ge??cy : Mta? Lacroix
will sing. KM.Ma OATfcH CONKLIN, Preaidrnt.
T TIIE FIFTII AVENUE B \PTISTTuI U KCII, WEST
4Bth at.?llev. Arthur Mtir-oll.of Loudon, will preach
itauday, lO^a A. M. and 7% 1'. M.
a KKLECK, W. IN IIIELPINO HAND TKMPKH
J\ nncn Church. Subject?"Kir'proof Clothing; Bay it
and Try It." Temperance meeting Monday.
"T'MKRICAN IILUE ItlHHO.N TKMI'EllANOfc, UNION?
^V 'llome Airnln.'' Cooper Institute. Sunday, .'J o'clock,
Speaker*, Her. John Parker (who will alao alng a tone
composed expreaalr for tho nt'caalun). alao lion. Judge
Uodney. Maa l.aorolx will alnir.
EMMA OATfc.8 COKKLINU. President.
At mpkino Street prkbbvtkrian church.
Rov. Allred II. Moment: Itbhllk aervlcca? Morn me,
lOJi. a aermon In the Interest of Ssbiatli school work;
cvi-ulng. 7>?- 'Christ Driving Cattle Vondera and Money
llrokera out of the Temple." Strangers welcome.
BE I) I''OKI) STREET MliTIIOIMST EPISCOPAL
Cnnrch.?Rev. lohn E. Cook man. D. D., will preach
Rundav morning. Oe ober 21). 10J<; tho paator. Rot. K. S.
Oaborn, In the evening, at 7)<. neatt Iree. All are In
cited.
Blf.kcker street universalis ciiurcii.
The paator. Rev. K C. Sweetser. will preach to-morrow
?mrnlng, at 1'>J<: o'clock. Rnv. II. K. Nye, ol Brooklyn,
trill preach In the evening, at 7 .30. subject, "Both Sidee?
liod'a Will nnd Man's Will." Second leetmeol naerleauf
tlx. Congregational sinning. The pnhlle la Invited.
(" "UNTKAL H A PTISTCII UKOH,WKST~?2D ST.. REV.
y I?r. Herr. pastor. ?Prraoblng moralng and evening ?t
?anal. Rtranirors welcome.
/I AN AI." sYitl'.ET PRhsBYTEl'.I AN Oil U RCII, IN
VAIrecne at., near Canal, Kev. Alexander McKelv y
paator. >erviros at K'K A. M. and 4 I*. M.; Sabbath
trhool at 3k P. M. Lecture on Wedneaday evening at H
C'elf.ek. All welcome.
tlHURGIl OPTllh HOLY TRINITY. "
) Madlaon av., corner 42d at.
Tfie paw committee ?ill he tn attendance at the chnrrh
?n Mwndav and Tuesday, October 21 sua 22, and Monday
and Tneadny. November 4 and ft, Iroin 4 to 8 o'clock I.
M.. to rent pews fur the onanlng year.
C"Va|7vAkTBAPTIHT, 231)Tt.. BETWEEN .ITHTnU
/iltn avs. ?Kev K. ?. MacArthnr paator. preach**
morning and evening. Evening subject -* 'Noah, Preacher
cf KlnlitenuancM."
C~ YIIKlsT CHURCH. 5TII AT. AND WITH 8T., KKV.
/Dr. hhlpman, rector.? Service* at 10;30A. M. and7UIO
1'. M.
(t IIURCII OP THE MKH8IAII, :I4TII ^T. AND PARK
/av.-Rev. William K. AlK'r, liavlnir accepted a ca I to
Ih-nrer, Col., will preach III* farewell sermon Snn.'ay
morning Snblect?"The Farewell ol the World; or. The
1'laceot Parting! In the Life?f Man." ocrvlce he^ina at
11 : srats iree. Hie public are Invited.
C1HUMH Or UVH JAVIUI'K, I7TH ST.. CO ItN Kit
VMtii av. Rev. Jainea M. Pnllman. pastor; Sunday morn*
lug at II, "'the Reaponslblllly ol Pnwert evening, at 7 :4fl,
tprcialieclure.by l.ev. Chas. A. Conklln; siihleet, "Unl
versallsrn as a Moral Power In the Crlteaof Life,"
CI III) IICII OK THE IIOLY SPIRIT, 67Tfi 8T., Ni.All
/4th av., Rev. Edmund (lullnert, rector.?Services S,
7H o'eluek. Sunday school, n o'clock. Sirangera
weinoined.
DK NltWMAN WILL PKKACII ON SUNDAY IN
Central <.vthodlst Kpiseopal Church. 7tb av. and 14th
at., at 1I>H A. ,M. and 7J< I*. M. The evening termon wM
be tn younif men, on living Issuea.
DIS?:IPLKH OP CHRIST. 2STH *T., NEAR illtOAD
way.? Rev. I). It Van lluaklrk prearhea Sunday morn
Ins and evening. Public Bible Loiture Tueiday evening,
(jfltaei
?' ^X dER J A MiTs t 11: K N KI.L, KIWIM TII K W ESTM< >l<E
J.sihI It>? |>11?t Cliurcli, will iiraitt'h In (iroeuwlch Hall,
(?finer II union anil Christopher at a., to.morrnw; at-rvlcea
|ti>t and IIc'vloea.
1? lUMTKKNl II sTiKKKT MhTIIODlsT I'll l.HCII,
Juear Stn av. ? Ki-v. Mr. Hatfield preaches morning.
"I ne Wlitow a Mirprlca," Evening, "Tjpe ol Foung Men
Kcedoii lor the Tlmce."
t*hRI. iiaITisi i;iluk"cii72^Fm nr., wksi or 7rII
r av. ?llev. N. L Ho?ell will prnaeli tr.ornlng and even
Inir Hunjects, "if onian'a Piace in the CliarcH" and "llie
hinil Separated from tlod." All Intlteu.
TLMTK POINTS MlHMION (SITh UP OLD MKHWBHY).
P HI Pork kt., New Vork.?Preaehlnit at low A. M. by Rev.
J Camplmll , Similar aCliwcl nt I*. M ; preacliini; at 74
P. M. by Kev. C S. Itmw n, superintendent. A cordial wel
come to all. New or ttcand hand clothing earnestly
?ClIciMd.
H
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HKi.IG10?j? MOTIC Eh.
' ifltfoK rflfEPTt MSffiKOToH OTitffTTfABfc.
J? ton av. and 35th st.?Divine servioes 11 A. M. and 7\
P. M.; the rector, He*. William T. Sabine will preacb.
GOSPEL MISSION, llH^VESI' 30TII ST.. OPENS ON
Sunday, October 20. Gospel temperance meeting 3:30,
led by Thomas Maslin. Pre*chink' at 7 :30. Meeting every
evening through the week at 7 :30.
EiiRY WARD BEECHER
st Association Ilall,
MONDAY EVENINO. October 21.
Subject, -The Keign ot the Common People."
Admission. 50c.
KXINUTON AVENUE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Church. corner 52d it.? Rev. VT. li. Miekle. pastor,
will continue bi> series of illustrated sermons. Subject
for to-ioorrow evening, '?Th? Prodigal's Journey Into a
Far Countrylour paintings?I. Leaving Home. 2. On
Ills Journey. 3. In Servitude. 4. Comlag to Himself.
Alt me invited: seats free.
adiko.n avenue baptist church. ooknbr
of 31>t ?t. ? Preaching by tbe pastor, Kov. C. D. W.
Bndgman. D. D., on Sunday, October 20. Services 11
A. M. and 7:45 P.M. Prayer meeting Wednesday even
1 n g, 7:45.
MADISOH AVENl'E CHURCH OK T1IK DISCIPLES,
corner 45tb St.. Hev. Georse II. Hepwortb.?Mornlnir,
10:45. "Christ Pleading;" evening. 7 :45, "Our Great Ex
ample. ?'Sundayiichoolati^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ADISON A VEX UK PRESBYTERIAN C H U ItC U,
Madison av. ami 47th st.?Rer. William Lloyd, pastor.
Morning at 11 o'clock, subject?"The Tears of the Saviour."
Evening at 7:45?"Are the Dwellers In the Spiritual Uni
verse Still Influential)? Interested in bs." SanbatU School
at 3 P. M. Strangers eordlally welcomed."
URRAY li ILlj PRr.SBYTK.RlAN CHURCH, 40TH
?t.. east of Lexington ov.? Services to-morrow at 10:30
A. M. and 7:45 P. M. Stranitara welcome.
KW YORK PRKSBYTBHIAN 0HUR01I. WEST
11th St.. west of tttn av.. Rev. W. W. Page, pastor.?
Preaehintr at !?}( A. M. and 7% P. M.
VTKW (IOSPBL MISSION. 118 WEST 30TH St., NF.AIt
IN 6th av.?Brother Alaslin in Gospel Temperance Meet
ing, Sunday, 3:30. Preaching 7:43 All Invited.
ARK THEATRE. ST. AND BROADWAY.?
Every Sunday night Mr. Sawyer will conduct Union
Gospel Service at 8. Service ol Song. 7:30.
ILGltIM BAPTIST CHURCH,~33D ST., WEST OF
Hth av. ?Rev. Frederick M. Van Slyke. pastor. Services,
10:30 A. M. and 7:30 p. M. Sabbath sebool, 2:30. Baptism
in evening. Strangers cordially welcomed.
Rev. i;. w. knapp. d. d., will pr&acii in the
l.night Stroet Baptist Church, corner of V .trick St., at
10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Baptism after eveulng ser
vice. Preaehintr every evening except Saturday.
R~EV. B. 11. BUBCH. PASTOR. WILL PREACH IN
Twenty-fourth Street M. E. Church, near Oth av. 10:30,
"The Victory of Kalth 7:30. "The Lovo ol God."
S~T. GEORGE'S CHURCH. RUTHEBKORD PLACE
and 10th st.?The roctor. Rev. W. W. Williams. D. D.;
sorvices at 11 A. M. ana 7:45 P. M. Strangers coruially in
vited. All seats free at evening service.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S CIIUKCH. MADISON AV.
and 44th st.
The debt of this church having been paid there will be a
material reduction of the pew rents from and after the 1st
of November. The unsold pens are rented for ono year
from Novomber, payable semi-annually In advance.
ST. LUKE'S MliTHOUlST EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
list st.. near Oth av.?Preaching st 101< A. m. and
1'. M., by Rev. Dr. Wheeler, editor ot the Methodist.
SIXTH AVENUE REFORMKD CHURCH. REV. WM.
B. Morritt. pastor.?10:30 A. M., servlc" of bnptlstn for
iufants; 7:3u. service by the pastor. WolCome to nil.
ST. JOHN'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL 0 'URCH. 5SD
St.. between 8th nv. and Broadway.?Services at 10:30
A. M. and 7:30 P.M. Seats free. All welcome. Rev.
Oeorg.i Van Alstyn, pastor.
SERVICE WILL BE HELD IN THE Nt'W EDIFICE
ol tho Central I'resbyterlan Church, 57th St.. noar
Broadway. Preaching by the pastor, Bov. J. D. Wilson,
at 11 A. M. Rev. W. K. l'axton, D. D., will preach at 7}i
P. M.
QT, JAMES' METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
Ocorner ot Madison av. and 128th st.?Prrachiug to mor
row bv tbe pastor. Rev. Wesley Reld Davis, at 10v? A. M.
aud 7Jj P. M. Mornlnir subject?"Our Father's House of
Many Mansions." Evening?"Shall We Know Each Other
There t" A1I are welcome. Special attention shown to
strangers.
SEVENTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. CORNER OF
.iroome and Kidgo sts. <ltev. Henry T. Hunter pastor).
Services 10J? A. M. and 7P. M. Strangers cordially wel
come.
SEMI ANNUAL JUBIL E OK THE KKBK TABER
Onicle Motliodlst Episcopal Church.?Preaching by the
pastor. Rev. W. N. Searles. at 10:30The Way to (Jet
the Best Kind of a Blessing:" 7:30, "Two Kinds of
Treasure." Music by cbolr and Sabbuth School. All
former members welcome.
T*BERNACLK BATTI8T CHURCH. 2D aV., BK
tween 10th and 11th sts, Bev. Robert B. Hull. pastor
Morning. "Christian Labor and Its Rewards;" evening.
"Lessous Irom tbe Life of Moses." Bnptlxin? alter the
evening sermon. Meetings Wednesday and Friday even
inns. Strangers eordlally welcomed.
mill! REV. WILLIAM R. COItHIT WILL PREACH IN
A the Fiftieth Street Mothodlst Kplscopal Church, be
tween 1st an'l 2d avs. Morning snbject, "Christ Stilling
tho Tempest;" evening, "Tho Situation of the Soul Be
tween Death and Judgment." Boat* all tree and strangers
cordially Invited.
NION GOSPEL TKMI'ERANCE MKK'l'IN't, UE
formed Chapel, 54th St.. 7th av.?Monday. 7:30, Mr*
Maslln and others will speak; Oospel Tent Choir will sing'
Ksr TWENTY-THIRD STREET PRESSYTftKlAN
Churrh. ?Rev. Erskine N. White, D. I)..pastor. Ser
vices at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Preaehintr by tho pastor.
oTTfri STREET CHI'RUII, WERT OF 8TH AV.?
OUBishop Harris will preach at 10:30 A.M.; at 7:45 ser
mon by pastor. Rev. Dr. Ahhott.
_ LOST AMI FOUKD. ^
LOST?A MOCKING BIRD. ANYONE RETURlflNO
him to 524 5th av., wll be suitably roward.
L~08T?NOTK OF J. C. HAM FOR $200. DATED SEP
tember lit. 1878, throo months after date and endorsed
by him. Persons are cautioned not to nogotlnte tho same.
Lost?ocroBeR 17. on otii av?. bktween" stii
and 2.3d sts., lady's sliver Chatelalno and bull's eye
Watch. Kinder will be rewarded br returning same to
JOHN BLOODOOOD A CO.. 8? Broadway.
Lost or mislaid.-*.? reward will be paid.
and no questions asked, for the Watch lost Thursday
evening, October 17. 1S78, going from Bowery to Battory.
Address POLICE OFFICER, Herald office.
STOLEN.?THE 1?i-.BmON WITH LIOHT COAT. tt HO
Friday altornoon anatclted Irom pocket of lady'a jacket,
near 17th it. nod Broadway, a Pocketbook. containing
money, may keep the same II lie will return pocketbook nnd
other control* to room No. 23, No. .17 Broadwav. No quea
tiona will be aaked.
ItEWAilOR.
X rTTgWARD.?LOST.A KEY, NO.~23.' dtxtiboe
iJpJSEY, 101) Weotter at.
$ilA RK WARD.?LOST. A LADY'S OXYDIKi'.D
j?UOhat?laino Wateh. suspended In a itamo baR, bang
lne Irom ados'* hand; charma attached.
M A RTIN * SM TTH, 50 Wall at.
REW A KL?. -LOST, A DAY MARE, TU U KrfDAY
"o queatious naked If returned to 115 We?t
f ??C REWAK
i ?tJiiiirlit. N
ouaton it.
AVERY LIBERAL REWARD FOR It AO CONTAIN
Inif money, lo?t Thuraday. In 4:10 train on J. C. li. R.,
or on Annex boat. H. K< >IJC II K U. 13 Kaat 18th ?t._
M'K( 1AI. MITICKS,
^ ?LOl'tSl ANA STATE LOTTERY COMi'ANY.'-ff
NEVER 8CALE8 OR POSTPONES. ELEVENTH
GRAND distribution AT NEW orleans. NOVKM
BER 12; 1.857 PRIZES^MOU.NTl.NQ TO $110,400;
CAPITAL PRI7.BS, $ao.i*X), 8111,000. EVKK), AC.;
100.000 TICKETS. TWO (#2) DOLLARS; HALVES,
ONE (91) DOLLAR. APPLY TO M. A. DAUPHIN
POST OFFICE BOX 0112. NEW orleans, LA.. OR
H. L. PLUM. 319 BROADWAV. NEW YORK.
'\A "~8URh 0UBB 1-014 *UROAT and
malarial diseases? van bktl's 'bye and
ROCK." USE NO OTHER. 80LD BY LEIDINO
DHUGUISTS AT 91 PER BOTTLK, AmD AT WHOLE
SALE AND RETAIL DEPOT, 88 CHAMBERS ST.
(SEVEN DOORS WE8T OK~rtBOADWAY).
~ N. VAN BEIL.
A -ELECTRIC BELTS SURE CUBE FOR CRE.MA*
? ture debility; the only reliable. Send lor rlrcnlar.
Dr. KAHR. H.1J IIruailway.
A -ELECTRIC BELTS?A CEKTAIN. SAFE AND
?effectual cur* l..r all nerroua and chronic illieaa**.
Thru* appliance* are applicable to either sex, and afford
lliatant rnllel In caeea ol rhenmatlain, nvapeptla, general
dabilltv, Ac. I'nlvermacher'a are the only tannine. Dj
|>ei, 212 Broadway.
LL PERSON* HAVING CONTRACTS OF US WILL
preaent them at onco for scttlemont.
FRIEDMAN A CO.
~A ITEMTIOXI-IWI'.?1Y YEARS* prussian IiOsPI
i \ tal experienno : apeclaltlea. dlaeaxea of men and norvon*
tyilMj consultation Iree. Dr. JACOHY, Ittl RieeekarM,
Advice free.?dr. whitehead, professor
ol Midwifery: ?afe treatment cut ran teed, board and
nnr?lnc. Stt Kaat 4'ith at., near 3>1 air.
All mi'Ecial complaints certain,safe am>
permanently enrou to either aex. Dr. CoX, 2u2 Baat
Ifllh at.
\ -RHEUM AtThm" POSITIVELY CITRKD. - EURO
A.I'I-.AN RII r.l'M aTIC SOCIETY, incorporated act
February 17, 1818. Sol* office, 207 West U4th. Terma and
clrculara Iree.
a
All diseases ok men. mkdicai. or surgical,
Nervoua Debility a specialty. DR. BRADFORD, 132
Kaat 12tb at.
LL D1SE A SE8 OK' M K.V WHATEVER Til li
ran**, reront or lonx ainndtnK, apendlly and perma
nently cured br Dra. DYElt A (illlNDLE, 47V\e?t 13th
M., near litli ar.
LL SP EC IA L IH sEASES-bToOD. SE1N, nek
rout debility; no fe? until cured, open till H rfio I'. M.
Dr. FeRBMaN, itHO Grand at.
A?royal Havana loi iery.
? Drawlns < irtnlier 10.
Kentucky and Georgia llal y Drawing*.
Fall Information iciven.
THEOUOHK xschocb, 2:i Park row.
LLTriFKUrAir COMPITaT^Ts SKILtL'LLY T RE AT
ed, board and nnrainx, b? Dr. and .tluie. sELDl-.N. 220
Lexington ar.. near lllth ai.
B~ooks and ac(*(irNTs wintFen up and hal
anced by a gentleman Marine a fuw apare bonra encli
day. II. BURNS, box l.M'l New Fork I'oat nfllee.
Ciatakimi. 1ikakNRMH AnI? TBEoAT IHkEaShs.?
/Immediate rellei and permanent rure" elTectwd in th ?
moat't Krarntetl caar? in Or. LItillTHILL, No, ft Woat
il'tn at. Ilelornner* of the liltflteat character trnm aotno
el H e moat influential and prominent realdenl* of New
York. Cunanltatlon* from ll til 1 and to 7.
(~i ?1N FORM ATIO N Kl'MN ISH h U FOR A LL LE
./?irallafd lotterle* br EMERSON A OOSS, Broken, 180
Broadway, room 4
SPECIAL. NOTICE*.
DfVOKCES "QUii'TLY5" ANYWIIEKE:~PAY""when
secured; advice free. american LAW AGENCY.
1 College place, room 7.
DIYOBCB CAUSES ATTENDED to PROMPTLY*,
without publicity; eoniiult him. isaac U. BOYCE,
experienced lawyer, 241 Broadway.
D~l VOKUE8~s J' KB f>l L r O ii r AINED?TK RMS SU PE U
iatively reasonable; CONSULT ATlONs free. KRKD
j-.kick 1. king, Lawyer, 0 Salni Murk's place, adjoining
Cooper Institute
?KOYaL havana DRAWS OCTOBKR 10.
. CAPITAL PrtlZk. $<00,000.
ShCOMO CAPITAL. 950,000 I THIRD CAPITAL, $25,000
Tickets, #40. $21', $11); Twentirths. $2< Fortieths. $1.
KENTUCKY state DRAW8 OCTOBER 31.
CAPITAL PRIZE, ?14,OOU; WHOLE TICKETS. 81.
louisiana state DRAWS NOVhMBhlt 12.
Capital prize. sro.ooo; tickets, $2 and $1.
JACKSON A CO., Hankers, 82 Nassau St., near Fulton.
KbNTUCKY state DRAWS OCTOBKR 31-t1ck
eti, $1; Louisiana draws November 12, Tickets, $2;
sealed ana open Itisks taken; daily Tickets at the old
prices. Private Parlor* for ludiea ?t 838 Broadway. Opeu
from 7 A. M. uutil 81'. M.
B. nathan. 181 and 838 Broadway.
<kM."
Diseases of men and the anervons system a specialty.
Important cases, medical or surgical; impairment ot any
organ io function, hereditary or constitutional taiut.
HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D.,
144 Lexington ay., near 29th ti.
Hours, 8 to 3 and 8 to 7.
M
KTltOPOLlTA.I
PRINTING
OFUCK,
28 ANN ST.
EVERY VABIRTY OK l-RINTINO, FROM A
VISITING CAKI) TO A
MAMMOTH COLORED POSTER.
WORK SENT TO ANY PART OF THE country,
0. O. D,
FIRST CLASS WO UK AND LOW PRICES
KOR CASH.
metropolitan JOB PRINTING OFFICR.
28 ANN 8T.
MAN'S MISSION ON ka RTH.?A THOROUGH MEDI
eaI treatise, indicating how confirmed disabilities may
be removed. The experience of twenty years' study, obser
vation and professional practice, showing the acenci<-g that
will insure restored manhood, strengthened vitality and
sound conditions of health that hnve been Impaired by over
laxed powers. A statement ol oostacles to marrtsge and
ot the meaus by which ther can be removed. ISv mail. 25c..
currency or postage itninos. Address Secretary Museum
Anatomy and Science, 1,140 Broadway, New York.
Marble and makblkizbd mantels, head
stones, at cost. A. KLaBER. 134 East 18th St., near
3d av.
M -OFFICIAL. KENTUCKY STATli DRAWINGS.
? KFKTUCKT?KXTIIA CLASS NO. 595?OCT. lb, 1878.
150, 39. 24. 2, 44. 43, 40, 47, 31, .*>4. 6(3. 14.
KKKTUCKr?CLA*S HO. 596?OCT. 18, 1878.
43, 13, 47, 31. 1, 57, 12. 63. 25 28. 7. 60. 32. 77.
SIMMuNS A DICKINSON, Managers.
CXORGIA STATE-KJTrA CLASS WO. 015?OCT. 18, 1878.
20, 65. 36, 11. 5. 73, 1.', 4tt, 48. 69, it 02.
GKOUC1A STATK-CLASS KO. 016?OCT. 18, 1878.
18, 2. 0. 4. 78, 16, 04, 49, 10, 59, 62, 8,t 47. 74.
K. D. BDl'Y A CO.. Managers.
Information given recnrding the above drawings. Apply
to OLUTK A CO., Hankers, 2(H) Broad war. rear office.
?ROYAL HAVANA DRAWS TO-DAY!
Capital prise. $2o0.0m.
$810.(HKI to be distributed.
Tickets 940, $20, $10, $5. $2. $1.
CLUTK A CO , Bankers. 200 Broadway.
?SINGLE NUM BER KEN I UCKY HlSTRlBUTlON
? draws October 31. Capital orlsa, $14,000.
Tickets only $1.
Louisiana State draws November 12. Capital $30,000.
Whole tickots $2; halves $1.
All prizes paid in (nil.
CLt'TE A CO.. Bankers. 200 Broadway.
.VIE. HOWARD GIVES MAGNETIC TREATMENT
lor all nervou* debility. 172 6ih nv., two flights.
M
M
NEW MKDICAL WORK UN sKIN DISEASES AND
Impurltlo* of the hlood, with authentic cases. Mailed
tree lor III cents direct from tho authors. Drs. JACQUfcS
and HRODIK. 7 University place. New York.
?HOY A I. HAVANA l)RA*TS OCTOBER 10. 1878.
capital prize, 200.000 pesos.
Alt prises cashed by us. Havana Bank Bills bought and'
sold. Draitt on Havana issnnd.
C. VIADERO A CO., Bankers.
No. 1 New st.. New York.
ILES1-DR. CHANDLER'S PILON ; ~SUIIK CUKE
fur 1'iles; give* Instant relief; Is harmles*; is never
tailing; all Broadway druggists; 5o cent* per package.
K. Oil \NDLKR. Proprietor,
OYal Havana draws October hi; c\piial.
ftiooilio; Tickets, $40. $2, $1. Royal New Brunswick
(Canada) draws October 30; capital, $200,000 gold; cou
pon Tickets. $1. FIELDS A CO . 1,212 Broadway.
Royal Havana lottery.?next okdinary
Drawing October 19; *810,000 drawn; capital,
$2<H',lloo. Prists caahed; order* tilled: information lur.
nlslied. TA YLOR A CO.. Banker*. 11 Wall st.
R
otal havana
' 810.000 pesol In prl??s.
SILK. 11AT8 .MADE OVER INTO THE NKW STYLE;
leU hats cloaned djed and trimmed at JOHNSON'S,
1,435 3d av , corner 81st St.. flrst floor.
Turkish and busman batiis-75 cents; tkn
tickets, $0; also aulplmr, tnorcurlal, electric, Roman
and arsenical at reasonable prices. Lauies' hours, 9 till
2; gentlemen's. 2 till 12. At CENTRAL PARK BATHS,
5 'I i st. and 7th av.
$1^000 " I* TIIK
KE.MUCKY STATE I OTTERT. OCTOBKR 31.
ALSO 1,895 orilKR PUIZKS. TOOEHIKR, $67,015.
WHOLE TICKETS $1.
WILLIAMSON A CO., Eastern Atlanta, 599 Broadway.
<Sifi7 OVK -KENTUCKY STaTE. OCTOBER 31;
?pO I .t/^U.Caoitsl Prises, 914,000. $8,000, $4,000;
1.890 prises ; tickets only $1. Lucky ollice, 1,227 Broad
way. h. II, PORTER A CO., Northorn Agonta.
d>?il C Al Wl ?ROYAL NK* BKU NSWIC K; C A PI -
J_tJ.U'/U?tiil Prlso, $200,000; Coupon Ticket", $1
each; agents wanted; liberal pay. Address McKAY A
CO., 8t. Stephen, New Hrnnswick,
CCQl II IMMV?KOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
tjpOJL?".UUU. Next drawing October 19.
Capital prise. $2O0 000; $810,000 cash cllt*.
Tickets. $40; quartera, $10; eighths, $5; lortteths. $1.
Kentucky State. October 31. Whole tlcsets. $1.
Prises castled. Pull iulormatlon of tins auore *ont free.
J. DUKF A CO.. Bankers.
42 Naasan st . corner Liberty. New Vork.
SPOKTINtw? (KMiS, It I lv US. rwC.
Fancy pigeons, OUT op imported siook. for
?ale at aurtiou, ou Saturday, loth, at 10 A. M.. by
JOHN A. DUNN, 50 Great Jones st. Antwerp*. ilrat
class; Barbs, (limbics and Tumblers: Bald Pate*. Yellow*
and Reds ; also six trios of snow-wbli* smooth-legged Af
rican Bantam*.
THE TllKt.
A^L?fc?ffofi0 I'ARK AND CLUB HOUSE.
? Open to the public free.
Contents of speed between gentlemen's road horaes every
alterneon. Trotting race to road wagons Saturday after
noon, at 2 o'clock. Admission free.
GATES II. 11ARNAKD. Proprietor.
?A.-HAL1IMORK KAC K8.
. ORDERS FOR FRENCH POOLS
received at 75 West 28th st : also COMBINATION and
SI RA lOlIT ROOKS ?nen. MESSENGER BOYS receive
prompt attention. KELLY A 111/188.
litlR.xES, tAKltlAUB>. OC.
A t barker Son's
JiCITY AUCTION Mart AND N. Y. TATTERSALL'3,
i-orner of Broadway and 39th st.
till AS. W. BARKER, Auctioneer.
Regular sales everv Wednesday and Saturday.
Twenty-lour hours allowed for trial.
CATALOGUE Of SALE Till- DAY,
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK.
Lot of Double and Single Harness, French Chamois,
Buffalo and Coon Robes, Lap Robes, Horse Clotlting,
Saddloi, Whip*. Ac.
a number of top, side bar and end sprlog Road Wagons,
top and no top Phaetons. Depot. Ex ureas and Business
W agtins. Can laires. Ac.
Fast dapple pray I'roltinc Gelding, l.'i*,' high, 6 years
old; a siyllsh and garney driver; eau trot la 2 :">0; safe lor
a lady to drive ; warranted sound and kind. Alio top side
bar Road Watfou, by llrewstor ot Broonin st. ; llarncas. Ac.
Elegant brown Trotting Gelding. 15hiitli, 7 year* oid;
one ef the beat drivera ever hitched, either single or te the
pulo; has beaten 2:40: warranted sound ami kind. Also
topside bar Stirrer Wagon, by Stevens, pole and shafts;
Harness. Ac.
Lnuy Cat roll ton. bay mare, 1*.? high, 5 years old; brod bv
J. Curronton Gooitman, Hotirlum county, Ky.; got by
Hamlet, dam by King William; ca-t trot cloao to 2:30;
warranted smtml and kind.
Cheatnnt Geld|ng, HI high, 5 years o|il, bred bv Abe To
land. Bourbon county, Ky., got by Harry HlnfT. dam thor
?iiitlibrud; an elegant combined saddle and harnesa liorae;
goes all gaits; enn trot In 2:45; warranted aound ami kind.
Cometh mown mare, 16 l.lgh, 5 years olu; bred bv
Slmnou Kirtly, Favette county, Ky.. irol by Norwood, ilam
by Hurry M. I'atchen; can troi in 2:30: warranted aound
and kino.
l h? well known pair of hay Trotting Mares, Lady Murray
and Lotta. 1">14 high, 6 and 7 years old; sale nnd agreeable
drlrers; have trotted In 2:43 to top road waaon, and are
warranted sound ami klmt; also top Brewster pattern
Pnaetoii, Pule and Shalts. Donble Harness, by Tirrell, 01
Albany, Ae.,Ae.
Fluo and very hsndaome dark gray Mare, 1 ">V* high, 5
year* old: beantllttl driver; can trat In 2:43; warranted
sound and kina; al*o top side bar Mead Wagon, by Broomo
St. firewater ; Humes*. Ac.
Superb Jet black I roning Mare, 15*< high, 7 years eld;
unequalled In drive or style ; a muchlnery galled trotter;
can beat 2 :4o. single or double; warranted sound and kind;
alao t?p side bar uuad Wugon, by Brewster, of Broome at.;
llsrneaa Ac.
Tremendously speedy broan Trotting Mare, !5)? hlgb, 7
years old (lull pedigree at sale); very atrllali In harness;
has beaten 2:35; aound. without blemish; sold lur account
ol whom It may concern.
May Trotting M'.re. 15,'f high, 8 yoars old; has trotted In
3:40; warranted kind.
Hay Geldii.g, 15'4 high, 8 years old : One free driver: ran
trot In 3 minute*; >ma lor any one to drive; believed to i.e
sound; warranted kind. Alao t?P sidebar Road Wagon,
tlnrues*, Ac.
A car loa.1 of extra line, sound, yenng. heavy draught
anil Hutiuess liorae*. aultnble lor nil purposes, just arrived
Ironi Ohio. Full descriptions at sale.
Twenty-six other Horaes.
Fnll description at anlo.
Sale* never postponed on neeonut ol weather.
A CHUNKY BLACK .lloioE. 8tilJ.ND a"nu KiND,
$55, half value; also Trnca and Jiarnes*. 002 Hud
son st.
SACRin7TE^20 BUSINESS A .V H iTeLI VERY
Waifons, all slses, $:10 to $1IO; new, *erond hand Wag
ons for exor***, gmuer. hatoher, Imaor, milK, depot, dry
g oils; IV a guns exchanged. 224 Spring at,
A - FIvTTHoiisk^T accu,tr11\!/?.11 to light or
?heavy work; alart bay road llorse; mual bn*old.
KAl Fr'NAA A MORiO.*, 17 i-.ast IStli. near 5th rtf.
A HANDSOME BREWSTER 0HOS8 SPRING TliP
Wagon, top I'ony Phaeton, extension top Depot Wagon
taenia lour), tine Hlnglo and Double Harness, almost new ;
very cheap; owner leaving eltf. Rossnore fltsblfl, 247
West 41st st.
J IIOUSKS. C.1K1UA(1K?, ?Sl.
A?TBN IIOIls lis, HI' IT aBLi? K< >R *"* T K UCNjfMl.
?farming. any business,$25 tg (85, RAP1U TttASHil
ICK COM PANV. 54>) W?t ?t
A ? KOK SAI.K, tTTrKK TmTksKS. SUIT KAKHKIt.
?grocer, butcher or exprssa bualnuss; trial given ; pri
vate stable, 2'M* Km 20tli st.. near :td ST.
II AN DSOM K A\Y i*ON V MA.'K lluKHK, 15V. 6
yeani: sound und kind; used to ill* steam can; {135,
worth *3<W? 1'i R??t 18th it.
-*145-T<IP i?ltSTWSTklt I VI'KO VKl? HUOUV.
? with fine Ilarnesv Blank.-t, Lap Kobe, Ac.. coat $495
in July; handsome full spring Top rtuggy and Kimball
Sleigh cheap. Apply to COACHMAN, 1 Wirt 15th St.,
Dear ftlh ?r
BKEWSTKK Hi' HI MO TO I* KlIJK HAH WAUON
l for ittle clieao. Inquire of coaehiu *n I7W e?t 44th St.
AVHKY FINK BuKWmTKRSi OR HA T??e WAOOli,
new, made by freeman. cust $425, price S3UU. 5 Wait
13th Hi.
A -THIRD VaLUK. MOKOAN HOUSE, 7 YEARS
?old, used for family u>e. warranted In every war, trots
last; top Phaeton, by Wood; Dusicgmt llnrneas. Lap
Kooe, Whip. Ac.; cost over $1,0(10; will be sold lor $250.
FLOOD'S. corner of 32a and tilli av.
BREWSTER SII)K rtAK T??P WAIXiN, #115; HOOK
away, #100; Coups, 51 '><); Landau, $4UO; I'ony Phaeton
$fl5: Wood Bro.'s 1' Cart, $225; new and seeono hand Car
B
AV COU 1*15 iiR BUSlNKSK lloItsK, lrt HANDS, 7
years old; price $85. 1.'4 Clinton place.
BOARD K0TiH0HSKH.-(10(?I> C A KB. K IND ATI' K N
tion and good lead will bn clven to a few lier.es lor the
winter s?asou, at $K per mouth. Apply to J. >1. DEUEREK,
299 Hroalwav. New Vork.
C" 1ORNHI.L A SMllll, AUC'lUNKKKS, 47(1 OaNAL
Snt. ? Keuular sale of Horses. Wagons. llarneaa, Ac , Muu
day, I I'. M. Entries made until 12 on Monday,
C-MIBAFKirSTAIILKS to lkT in nkw yo k k?
fiercer at.. $<1>K); 1st av., $500. B. A. OBUIKallA.NK
A CO., 08 Hroadwav.
CS[7akknck, ligiTTkuTlt. bv j. b. iiki^vstkiu
J Co., Ill fine order, $100; a oarcain.
WM. H. CiRAY, 22 Wnoster st.
Jr* -A. "5 FLANOKAU k CO.. ~
1 ? Carriage Builders,
372 ana 374 Broome st.
PARIS AND LONDON STYLES OF
BROUGHAM?.
VICTORIAS, PARIS STYLES.
ELEGANT LANDAUS AND BE'.tLIN COACHES.
specialty IN TlNB HOOKAWAYS.
Licht top and no top Road Waeons.
All fitted with rubber cushioned axles.
FOR SAI.K?A KINK HAV COUPE HORSE, 1?X
blinds, baa been used In the city by a private tamily
for the pa'it three years; is sound aud gentle ; not afraid o(
anything. :t3S West 27tn st.
or"SALB-bECAI'SK OK LOSS OF HIS MATK. 15
band dapple irray Cob; faat. handsome and very stylish;
young. sound, and kiud in all harness.
CHARLES, SO West 10th st.
HvVINO TOO MUCH TO AiTKND TO 1 WILL SKLls
or rxchanice the tioardiii'.' and l.ivery Stable 1^4 Olln
tuu place, doiug a splcmlid busineas. either wi'h or without
the StocJc. P. H. MASl'l.uMjN, owner. Central Park
Stables. SB 7th av.
OKSKM Wi.N'l'KKKD. 1'lSR MOM II. AOuKEsS
B. FARM, bllsabrth. N 1.
H
t
OltsKH WINTERED a r LOW KATK. SHOkT l?l>
tance In country. S. KDDY, No. 145 Hroadwav, room 17.
P" Till OF COBS WANT' D-BAY OR CHESTNUT
preferred; not less than 14.1 or more than 14.3 hands
high; round, smooth built, with good style and knee ?eliou ;
they must be in every way rleht, sound and kind, and suit
able lor a lady to drive. Address, giving lull particulars
of age. color and price. victoria, box 14U Herald Up
town office. ?
PitTVATK STaBi.C., 48 r.AST 41S1 ST., KOK SALr.
or to rent.
Road pTFr wantkd-is^ hani>s hiuh;
square waited, sound nud kind and ri*nt in every way;
must be pleasant drivers and ?bl? to show on track 2:45.
si tittle or double. Kor a pair answering to above ile*cr<p
tiuii and suitint; the anbscriber a lair price will bo given.
Address, with lull particulars, ROAD, box 149 Herald Up
town offlca.
Stallri Til LET AT LI VERY PKlCK* IN PKlVATE
stable, 17 West 44th, with or without board; also
Rooms for coachman.
"\1TANTKD?A well MaTCIIBD PAIR OK HORSES,
Tr cob built, not over 8 yeara old, short conpled, with
plenty or none and weight. 15 2 liUh. pleasant, free dri
vers; sound ant kind in every way; nins: be nble to trot
squarely Inaido of four rainutos and to do twelve miles in
the hour; bay. chestnut or aark brown preferred; ?nv one
having a pair Inllv answering to above description may
lind a purchaser at a fair price by addressluir, with lull
particulars Inclnnliig lowest .valuation, as nelow; no others
will bo taken at any price. 'L. W. W., box 145 Herald Up
town office.
xnTBO-A NICK BLACK B/.AK sKIN SLKIOII
Kobe or other nice Sain but little used ; must he ? cond
bargain for cash. Address J. JENKINS, 44 State at.,
Brnoklrn.
ANTKD?ilOKHEs'TiT BiiAKD IN TUB COUN
try; per month. Kor reference address WM. B.
TOTTKN, livery stable, 154 East 53d at., elir.
WAN fKD-A KIR8I' 0LA.->8 TilItKK-SKAI Kl?
Coupe Ilockaway, with panel bark and aides; siaie
lowest prlca and where It can be seen. Address KOBERTS,
box 170 lloraM ofllee.
WAKTED-A SMALL~"5tABLK. IN PKRFKCT Oil
Her, between 42d and 5Rth st>., for 6 or 7 months. Ad
dress, itlvlnit situation aud lowest terici, D. M.. Herald Up
town Brauch office.
I ^"TkTnE II ANDnOMK TOP BUOuT ANI?
).Harness, coal $470 throe months ago; also two
sealed Park Phaeton, extension top, pole and shales;
Double harness, black bear Kobe, peilect order; Brewster
?;larence 715U Sold separata by coachman, stablo 100
West 17th st.
OUV (i(N)U?.
/^WTiTEMEN'S U.NDKKWtiAtt,
ALL QUALITIES, WEIGHTS AND 8IZKS UP
TO rlKXt-TWO INCHES. ALSO
HOSIERY
OP EVRRT DESCRIPTION AND STYLE.
PRICES VERY REASONABLE.
UNDERWEAR OK ALL BINDS TO OKUKR
AT SHORT HOTICB.
EQUAL lN EVERY RB8PRCT To
THE ilEsT IMPORTED MAKES.
A. T. STEWART * CO.,
BROADWAY. 4TII AV . nTII AND 10TH 8TS.
AIIL.L.I\ KKY AND OUK.-vS.UAKI.VO.
IjVALL AN 1) wlhThK KASHlu NS. - S BW". AKTi St IO
f aim bcuntifnl atylca.?Mine. l>EMORESI'S reliable
Pattern*. In *t?e*. Illustrated and described, 17 Eaat 14th
?l.. unci ml the ngenilee in KnroDe and America. Port
folio ot Ka-liions nnd Wliat to W*ar, lSe. etch. post troe.
journal ot Kasnlon*. ftc.. yearly l<)c.. pout frre. Medal of
Superiority at the Part* Expuaition awarded to the Demor
eat btim
POST OFFICIO KUTICk!
POST OpKiCK NOf'ii!K.
The foret.-n mall* lor the weak ending Saturday. Oc
tober 111. IS7S. will clnae at thl? i lltce on Tue*Jay. at 5
A. M. lor Europe, by ateameliip Montana, via Queenato*n;
on Wedtuaday, at6 A. M..for Europe, by ateamahlp Bn*-la,
via Qneenatown (con? timndrnce lor France to be tor
warded by thla steamer muat be specially addreased). and
at 0:40 A. M. lor Kra-ico direct, iir ateamahlp l.tbrador,
via Havre: on Thuradai , at )> A. M? Icr i n rope. by alexin
ship City of Montreal, via Quernatnwn feorre?p?ndence fur
Ocrmany and trxnce lo ha Iwrwarded by tbla at amer muat
lie specially addresaad), and at U M. tor Enrope, by
at u ? in ah i p Hriaia. via Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hambur-';
on Saturday, at 8 A. M , for Europe. by ateamahlp Britan
nic, via Queenatown (oorreapondince lor Oerniany and
Scotland to be forwarded by thla ateamor mnat be ape
cially addioaaed). and at H A. M. for Scotland direct, by
steamship Anchorla. via Olaagow, and at 11 A. M. tor
Europe, by ateatnahtp Donau. via Southampton and
Hremen. The steamahip* Montana, Ruaala, Cliv ol Montreal
and llrltaunicdo noltake inaila lor Denmark, Sweden and
Norway. The maila lor Naaaan. N. P., leave New York
October 15. The ntaila fnr llnytl. Savaailla, Ac., leave
New York October 15 The mall* for iluvaua leave New
York October 1H and IK The m.iila lor Mexico leave New
York October IK. The mails lor A?plnwall and South
I'arlfl ? pori* leave New Yor* October It*. Ths m.iila lor
Auatralia, ,t"., leave .-an Francisco October 28.
TIIOMaS U .IaMKS Poatm alter.
Post Orricr. >'?? York. October Pi, IS78.
MUKICAU
. -OENTLEMaN. MANY YEARS' EXPERIENCE;
^Xapiano, organ. harp, liarmonv; pupil*' reiideuee: #8
quarter; beat reference*. MUSICAL, box 108 Herald Up
towa.
IJASS AND fr.NOR M'ANTKD MY AM BPIsCliPAL
JjCliurch in Hrvoklyn. Addreaa FUR.SO <?T I, box 17U
lieralo office.
MRS. MARIE DAU-J! WII.L COMMl-.NCE II hR WIN
ter term ol vocal Instruction October !."> For particu
lar* pleaae apply lo 44 Weit loth at., near .">th av.. New
York, or to 41U llenry it,, Brooklyn, on Tueiday after,
noona.
JKW YOKK OONSEHVATOKY~ OK MUSIC, "
HAS I J 41" 11 ST.. I'd door eaat ot .*nh a v. i incorporated).
N
VI/ ANTED?MALE AM) KrfMALE VOICES, TO KoflM
TV a Volunteer Chorua Choir. None but reader* of miiaic
n>>ed appir. A very competent Inatrurtor la engaged ae
leader Apply Saturday, il'lh Inat.. at 7>? P. H. . at Cen
tral I'realij terian Church, \V oat f>7tli at., between Hroad
way aad Till av. ?
A.nUl4inHAT?.
IjlOR SaLB-ONP. OK TII Hf~MOST DEStKAHiJB
' "Artlat" Rom at the Academy of Mnalc. Apply 17
Wall (t., second Moor, front, or add>e*i box I.HU) Pout
office.
OTRANOBRM SHOULD ATTEND THE "CARriKR
OSocl'ty llopa," every Saturday evening, Tammany
Hall. DellKhttuI innalc
11IIR "CART1 ElTsoCIKTY IIOP8," EVERY SATITK*
day evening, I animany llall, En*t 14th at. All lit*
lat??t niualc.
U\H<7> A t:0.'S "MUrtlOAL RKCOKU," NO. S JUsT
publlahad. contains III pane* neweat and rhotceat
innate and lataat mnaieal newa. Dexter Smith, r.ditnr.
Prlea .V. per copy. fJ per year. DllsON A CO., l'nb
ll?ber?. 71 I and h| I llrnadtray.
W' ANTi D-3UU HALLRT LADiEsT Kolt "Mk.-Sa.
Una," at the Rroadway Theatre. Apply at ata(e door
to-day from Hi to IJ A. M.
AND 8VcoitSS-T|Tk :,CAHTIKr" SOCIETY
rilopa." every Satnruay evenlni, Tammany llalL Kie
i;ant mnale.
ALb THE Hr.ST ENOUSH MALL tDS AND POIT
lar Piano Compoaitlona ran he found in the Moo??y
Edlliona, Ju*t Imported, at SA A I.PIKI.D'S Maale Store, :<!?
i'nlon ?i|u?re, tor in and'AI cenia. Alao at WILLMEKA
RooKUS' News Company, 31 lleekma i at.. New York.
Catnlomie* Iree.
rVo T<> nil'. CARTlER SOCIETY ifoPS KVI.ilY
rsaturilay evening, Tammany llall, Eaat 14th at. Ele
gant mitaie.
iToN7r TAIL AITKNDINO THE CtRTIRlt SOCIETY
I /llopa every Saturday evening, Tammnny llall. Ad
iniaalon A<>rent*.
ftSAliXAMY iiAi.b -THiToAKTIRH MMJIKTY IIOP8
1 every Satordar evening. Delightlul and el'iant Mitiie.
/ 1ROWDKD HOUSES KVKUY SATURDAY I'.VF.N*
V'lng.?The "CaRTIKK Society Hep*," Tammany llall,
Eaat 14th at. Eleirant r.nalo.
ANUfKMBtTV
/puii aquakium. ?Thoa i>WaY a aiiW?t.
X Urn H>i|/rar>nei' of the marvellously trained
AMERICAN I HOKuCoHHIW l? HoRSe.8,
In their wonderful tents and evolutions.
Startling H'id sensational act.
GKRtLDINK,
a young lady.
ibot from a cannon a dl-taoce of over thiity fees.
During Double Truces* Performances. Ar., As.
t. BARNuM'S
-3>
I XhW AMI GREATEST SHOW ON EAKT11.
<>
OPEN AKiER.NOONS and MKXIMiK, AT
$
I GlLMOItK'S GARDEN. I
I EVERYTHING .NEW! |
<t> 1>
THE UHKAi SHOW IS WELCOMED BY
<3> <*>
OVERKLOWI.NG HOUSES!
THE CIR?'U? ANli Mil PODROMK RECEIVED WITH
A PERFECT CYCLONE OK ENTHUSIASM!
<s> ????
iTHE TWENTY I
T3AINED I Ml'Kill.Mi STALLION K
<s>
admired and app'.aud'd by a.I.
I COUNT I'ATRtZlO |
eppears in hi* terrifi-" ?et of
I catch in i< a cannon ball,
fired from a caouun loaded in the preiienco ol lU* audicuea.
LINDA .TEAL,
tbe Only 1'einaie llurdlo Knlor In the World.
Oil AS. W. FISH,
Ohair.|iinn Bareback Rider.
Male, Kemale and Juvenile Riders. Uuuners, Leapers,
Arrobala, Cynmasts, Equilibrists. Athletes, Clowns, Jest
ers .iikI a
<*> <S>
I VOLCAN10 ERUPTION OK AHEN1C TAL&KT. j
F
far surpassing anything ever seen In thi* city.
Trained l.lont, Tigers, Elephant!, Monkeys, Mules, Goats,
Dogs, Ponies mi l a
MAELSTROM OP MUSEUM MARVELS!
AN ARKKUb OK WILD BEASTS!
DAILY EXPENSES. $3.0J0
Three times greater than any other exhibition ever
opened in tliia rity.
admission only as and so cents.
Cliildron under nine voars. 25 cent*, and
ONtiY 25 CENTS EXTRA FOR A If.SERVED, NUM
BKKKD, CUSHIONED AltMUHAlKl
Door* open at 1 and 7 1*. M. Performances one boar lator
fFFll AVENUE THEATRE.
Lessees and Managers KISKK & IIARKIN'S.
ONLY MATINEE | FIRST TIMB.
XOMRO AND JULIET I FROiTphOU
to-day at 2. 1 to-night at a
MM MM OO DUD EKEE M>S K K A
MX NMO OD D JJ K 8 SK R AA
MX N MO OD D ? K Si KK A A
MNNMO OD D JJ EEE S?S KK A A
M MM MO ODD JJ K 8 K K AAA
MNNMO OD O JJ JJ E S SK K A A
M M M OO DSD JJJ EEEE SSS K KA A
FIRST TIMB. I ONLY MATINEE
FROUFROU I ROMEO AND JULIET
TO-NIGHT AT a | TO-DAY AT 2.
VMOOJESKV AS JULIET AND FROU-FROU. V
BOX OFFICE OPENS H A. M.
Standard theatre, broadway a 330 st.
WM. HENDERSON, rroprletor and Manager.
Monday evening, dot, 14.
EVERY EVENING ?nd MATINEE SATURDAY, at I ;30.
Reappearance at this Theatre at
the popular favorite,
J. K. EMMET.
who will appear, supported by his own company, la til
greatest success.
HE ?
THE NEW FRITZ,
All his popular and otlginal songs.
For this producllou entirely new scenery lias been painted.
POPULAR PRICES.
Reserved Seals 75 cents and 81
Admission (with seat) 25 and 50 cents
ARK Til KATRfc! COMEDY.
HENRY E. ABBEY Leasee and Manager
Last nights ol thj
GREAT COMEDY COMPANY.
prior to their departure en their secoud annual toar.
-BABY" MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2.
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, Oct. 10,
II URKICANES.
MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 21.
positively tbe lu?t appearance of Mr. MacDonougti's lnsty
Tuesdav evening, Oct. 22. CHAMPAGNE ANO OYSTERS.
The entertain in on t to commence each evening with
OLD LOVE LETTERS.
Saturday evening, October 28. LOTTA in LA (MOALE.
Broadway thkaThk corner uotm sr.
EDuAIt A FULTON Leasees aud Managers
POPULAR PRICES ON BROADWA*.
A RESERVED .->hAT (In pxrqttet or balcony), 50 CENTS,
A RESERVED SEaT THIS WEEK ONLY 50 CENTS.
A RESERVED SEAT 50 CENTS.
A RESERVED SEAT Mr. J. W. Albaugfc. 50 CENTS.
A RESERVED SEAT ?? 50 CENTS.
A RI'.HliKVKD S - AT LOU I* XL 50 CENTS.
A KESKRTKD fEAT SO CENTS.
A RKSEuVEij SEAT MONDAY NEXT 50 CENTS.
A RESERVED SEAT 50 CENTS,
A RESERVED SKAT VON 8TAMWITZ. 50 CENTS.
A RESERVED SEVr 5o CENTS.
A KK KKVKI) M(AT MESSALINA. 50 CENTS.
A REsEkVED SKAT 50 CENT!?.
A RESERVED SKAT tho Roman Empress. SO CENTS.
A.RESERVED SEAT M) CKNT8.
A RESERVED SKAT Matinee Saturday. 50 CBN 14.
j^CADEMY OK MUSIC. FaUST.
THIRD NIGHT OK THE SUBSCRIPTION,
MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 21. AT t).
Isr thu first titnu this season, Uounod's opora,
KAUS1-.
Panst Slgnor CAMPANIXI
Mspnistoplielet Slgnor KoLI
Vslentlne .......Slgnor DHL I'UENTl1.
Warner slgnor !? RaNCESC II
Slrr.el Mme. PISAXI
Martba Mine. LABLACHE
and
Marghorita Mil*. MINNIE IIAUK
Director ul tho Mniic and Conductor.......Mgnor ARDITI
PRODUCTION OK "CARMEN."
fourth Nichl of tlie Suusorlntlon.
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23.
fur I lie first time In America,
Blsrt's Op. ra
CARMEN.
Tbo Rconerr by Mr. Fox.
Tlio Appointment* by Mr. Bradwell.
Tr.e Coitnme* h* Mr Oooinbs mid Mis? Anscll.
'I ho Mite eu Scano by Mr. Furry.
Don Jose.... 8i(rror CAMPANI.nI
Kucnmillo (Toroadori Wanor i'EL I'UKSTK
11 lUncuIro ...Si^nor OKAZZl
II ito mend ado... ....... M. Til IKK K V
Zuttiita Riff nor KRANCK8C1II
Morale* l*iicnor H'H.l.I
Mtcuaoltt Mine. SlNU'o
1'nqttlta.????,.... ???????? Mile. KOBlATl
^1 t rcede*. .Mine. LAHLAOtlK
una
Carmen (a cipney) M1 !o. MINNIE llAUK
The incidental dlTarilmoinent will be Mupportedby
Mile. MALVlNA CAVALaKZI
and the Corp* do llallet.
V Tho flrxt Ornnd Matinee will take place on
SaTU KlJA Y .NhXT, OCTOBKK 26.
Doom open *t 1 Commence ?t 2.
Kail purtii'iiliira will bo duly announced.
General .4<imt**lon *1 50
l amlly Circle (r? ? -rved), $1: <linre*erred). SOmdii.
Tiln Box Office ul the Acad'iny ot Xiiitle. I* open Untly
from It tin 4. it 11 'I on the evening* of performance
SJAR NUNOIaOOMUMfHUA I UfKB* HtlUKE,
jan' PrtA.NCI'CO MI ST tthLS. I corner Rroauway
san KRANCI8CO MINSTiiKLH. | and 2?th at.
MaTINKK I rtrlntf the little one. and let them
TO-DAV A l 2. I laiuh.
TUB <?KrATKST SHOW OS r. tBTII.
received WITH SCREtM*.
BIRCH, W A M HOI.I), rfACKUS. RYM.W. I HATOHFR,
ItlSSKLL. RICaI.UO, JOHNSON POWERS, I'kILL
Ma.v, llAlMll.Ml, Ml L L A L Y, In tlio
KUNNIEbi' entertainment IN TliK CITY.
Evening at I*. 8e?t* *eenr?d.
ilEATKE COWIUI'h. ;>u EKOADW AV.
IIaBHIOAN A HART.... Proprietor!
Honrth week ot tho
BfclUMMJ SENSATION.
II A R If low A II Altr
la Edward lUrrl-nii'. clieorfiil cmnle drama
THE MI'LLIOaN IIUAKIl
PICNIC.
A grand olio ofapeelaltlea.
MATINEES \V hUN BSDaY AMI SAT1TRD AT.
YC~K CM ~T HE A fItK. ~
MtU at. and nth n? ? Metropolitan Railroad Station.
POPl'LA* PBIO.iS.
SEVENTH WEEK Of
DfcN M AN THOMPSON
JOSHUA WHlTOOMB,
an performed by hltn 124 night* In Chlcac* and 60 eon
?eeative nigiitR In Sau tT.nei.co.
EVERY KVi MNO AND SATURDAY MaTINKK.
XJIH IjO'S OAKHKN TIIEATKf..
1> EDWARD r. STaBIN Proprietor and Manager
LAST OKAAD I I.AST NIOIlT Of
NICK Or' TlIK Mr. CIIARLI.S I'oPK
WOODS I
M ? TINEK | In hi* grand rreitllvN of
Tl'-DvY At 111 h. JIBONANORfY In
2 P. M. I NICK Of THE WOOD*.
Next we.-* the KIRALPY BKOTHKUB In tli. ire.t
?pecfaele, i llh iiKLlluE.
JOSH HARTS AT. JAMES TIIKaTBE,
3SD ST.. NEAR flTII AT.
TO-DAY. AT 2 O'CLOCK.
tlHAND
MATINKK TO-DaY, aT 2 O'CLOCK.
Tbe eatlr. company appear in Olio. and tb. Comic Dra
matlc Sketch.
Bii<CK?vi.i,i'.< Island,
II LACK W E LL'8 ISLAND.
TO-DAY. AT 3. EVENINO AT ?.
monday NHXT.
Entire Change and Hreat Attraction*.
iliTKAMoUS LONDON sHutf.
(Lata Irom Ulltnore'a Harden, N. Y.)
BROOKLYN ONK W..KK ONLY,
corner Atlantic nnd 0,irl'i>n areuue*.
2 I'KUKoRMANCKS hVKKY* HAY.
Seat* lor k.ihio people ;2 irki opera elialra. Door* opea
?t I and tl ..'lit P. M. J'erlormanc. commence one hour later,
Aotnla.lon, -Vie.; ehildren. 2.">o.
Bowery"thea nth.. ~
Ki-.RIUNaNM W. IIoKBLK Manager
KoUK (ILOMlOU.i PLaYh!
MINNIE OMAR OR Y. WM. T. SI M'll KNS and their
Uramatle Dog*. RoMKO in.I ZIP.
CI RAND LOAN exhibition
X ia *id ol the
SOCIETY OK DECORATIVE ART,
national academy uk dksu.n,
23d ?t. nnd 4th atr..
NOW OI'EN D?1LY,
0 A. M. to ? P. M. and 7*, to lo P. M.
AdmWainn 2A cent*
B
ARNCM'S OHMaTEST SHOW ON KAK'ftl.
ALL TIIR ORKAT A I TltAi. TION8
MATINEE To DAY, AT 3 P. M.
MILMoRh S OAKDK.N.
TIIR "OARTIrtR SOCIBTY IMPS," KVKNY saTUB
dny evemnit, Tanimant Hall, Ka.t 14th ?t. The .?nly
lirit cla.n eiitertnlnment In thn cltjr. stranner* de?lri'ii*
oT nam Inic pi nvlrted with parniK'v All ihe latel? ma*le.
Klepant mmpanr. Crowde i bnUNl. Urand inccen*. Ad
minion. 3U? ; private boxei.SI.
a .nn * b nti^Ts.
G'tAND OPERA HOUSE.
POOLE A UONVKI.IiT I<e?aee? iind Manager*
ite*erveil Seal* (Ofwheslra 1'ircie anil Haleanv) 5?etoU.
CROWDED JllftH'lIiV TO THE Dm, U.S.
A CHARMING K NTERTA1N MENT.
A CHARMING KNTKRTAI NMKNT.
MAGGIK MITCHELL ?? FANCHOX.
MaUOIK M t I'CII ELL as KA.M'IIiiM.
MAGGIE MITCH KLL ?? F\NCHON.
MAi.OlK Ml ICIIr.LL as FANOHON.
MAGOIK MITCHELL as F ANCHON.
"FANCHoN" MAII.NKK TO-DAY.
"FANCIION" MAI'INKE TO.UAY.
??FANCIION" M ATI NEK TO-DAV.
"KAMMIO.V'" MaTIKKK To-D\Y.
??fanchon" matinkk to-day.
"FAXCHOfc" MAIINKK TO-DAi.
Doori open hi IU; coinm?nc* at 2 o'clock.
EXTRA.
TOMORROW (SUNDAY) EVENINO,
TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVBNINU.
FIltsT GRAND CONCERT OF Til/. SKASOM.
MUST GRAND OONCKRI' OF Til E SEASON.
P. 8. GILMOKK AND Ills FAMOUS RAND.
P. S. GlL.MORE AND HIS FAMOUS RAND.
I*. S. ? .ILMORK AND HIS t iMOuS RAND.
IV S. GILMOKK AND HIS KAMOl'S RAND.
J list returued from their highly successful l"ur of Enrop%
?nil tint appearance of tbe
WORLDS GREATEST COltNfiTlST,
LEVY.
? LEVY.
LEVY.
POPULAR PRICED POPULAR PRICES.
HECi'RK SKATS TODAY.
GOTH'S THEATRE. MAIINKK To-DAY.
JARuETT A t'ALMKR Lessees aud
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS III
The wondroua spectacle
HENRY VIII.
will he irlvon for POSITIVELY the last time tb<?(Satnrday)
atternoou and evening. Mis* GKNKVIKVK WARD'S last
appearance* u? Queen Katharine. Ticket* reauy. Mall
uoe 1 -.'M.
MACBETH
will be ctran next Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday area*
Ings. with a powerful can. including Mia* GKNKV1EVB
WARD a* LADY MACBETH (lor the tint time la Aaer?
icaj. Ticket* ready.
JANE SHORE
with It* great esst sn<i superb scenery, will be revived on
Thur.dav, Friday and Saturday evealnjca and at tha
FArtK WELL SATURDAY MATINEE, the*e performance*
closing the protracted And trlumphaut engagement ol Mlaa
WARD and the lea*e of the theatre by tbe present ms*.
agera. Tickets reauy.
BENEFIT NIGHT ! ! !
Miss OENEVIEVfi M AItD'S iarewall benefit will tak*
place next FRIDAY evening, the U5ih Inst. Extra bill,
ticket* now reauy lor eliher anaouncod oocaaloa.
PRICKS.
ADMISSION to all part* or tbe theatre FIFTY CENTS,
deserved seat* In Orchestra. Orcheatra Circle er halconjr
but .'Ml cent* extra; cushioned seat* tn Dres* Circle, SO
com*; cushioned seats in Family Circle, 25 cant*.
CURTAIN tail* at 11 o'clock. MATIN KKS begin at 1:3a
oOttl'S. TO-MORROW NIOUT.
B
DE MURSKA.
THE LAST SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT
?t the
SUPREME QUEEN OP SONO.
Tbe aabllme songstress will oa tbla Interacting occaslea
?lug
T11E SUADOW SONO OF DINORAII. ? HUNGARIAN
PASTORAL SONG (flrst time in New York), with Hut*
ohliratn by IIRRK W KIN tit and tbe DUO CRIaPlNO, ?
la Com are, with sUsINL
JAItRETT A PALMER beg to announce a remarkable
combination of artist* ia thl* grand musical entertainment
la addition to the unrivalled contrailee,
MLLE. lt.MA DB MURSKA.
THE GRAND PROGRAMME
will comnrlso a
BOUQUET OF OPBRATIC SELECTIONS
and choice pupnlar music.
DK MURSKA.
Oil. FRITSOH, HUsIN'l,
TAGLIaPIKTRA. MOKIMNI.
KAliiBR, the vlollnlit: W&INKR,
PROFESSOR IIILL.
' POPULAR PRICES.
Notwithstanding tue grandeur of the programme and tb?
wonderful array of engaged artist*, the priee ol an
ADMISSION TICKET will be but FIFTY C&NTH,
aud ol reaerved seat* In tiie orchestra, oreheatra circle
and balcouy only 5<>e. extra; a cuanioned chair In tha
dress circle 5'?c.; a cuanioned seat in the lamlly circle 35c.
ALLACK'S. "
Proprietor and Manager ...Mr. LESTER WaLLACK
GRATIFYING SLCChS.i
ol tbe
COMEDY SERIER
SATURDAY MATINEE. OCTOBER 10,
THE ROAD TO ill'IN.
In the evening, at 8 o'clock.
TIlR SCHOOL FUR SCANDAL.
MONDAY EVENING. October 21. wHI be present*!,
Colmaa'a live-act Coaedr at
TUK JEALOUS WIFE,
with
NEW SCENERY, COSTUMES and APPOINTMENTS,
and a CAST
ir.cludiucr nil the priaeipal membera of tbla
UNRIVALLED COMPANY.
ALLACK'S. KXTRA.
WEDNESDAY MATINEE. October 23.
for the oenelit ot tho fund for the an(T>reri tront
YELLoW FEVER IN TIIK SOUTH.
BOX BOOK NOW OPEN.
w
TjMFTII AVENUE II ALL. EXTRA.
J SUNDAY EVENING (It?-MORROW), OCTOBER 2Q,
Mlaa ADELAIDE LENNOX
in n New Piay of
CONTEMPORANEOUS HUM >N INTEREST,
produced without gorgeou* scenle elY'ct* or a pbeuomlnal
cast.
Reserved Seat*. SO cent*, for aale at Ticket office a. Fifth
Aveuuj Hotel, and 111 Broadway.
?,* Hox olllce open Sunday Irom 1 to 5 P. M.
T)NY PASIOK'SI i O.I Y I'A.-.roK'HL
ON Y PASTOR'S. TONY PaSTOm'S.
TONY PASTOR''. ? TO\Y PASTOR'S.
TONY PAbTOK'S. TONY PASroR'S.
To NY PASTOR'S. TONY PASTOR'S,
TONY PASToR's. TONY PASTOR'S.
TONY PASTOR'S. TONY PASTOR'S.
<S> <?> TUK GREAT TROUP.
| | TONY PASTOR,
(JURAT I ItARRY AND J o II ,> KHUN KLL
| BILLY BVKRY,
BILL WATSON AND ELLIS,
I CHARLEY BENEDICT,
I TO-NIGHT. I KITTY O'NEIL.
I I ROGERS AND V1CKERS.
'?> <S> HARRY KENNEDY,
IRWIN SlbTKItS, .* HMYanT AND IIOBT.
FRENCH TWIN SISTERS,
EMERSON AND CLARK. FRANK GIRABD,
JENNIE sATTKRLEB.
SECURE PEATS EaRL* POR TUB
GRAND PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT.
G
Haymarkkt tiikatkb,
UTH AV. AND SOTII sr.
AAOV BLAlK MANAOEB
I.MTIU.SIA.STIC AN LP UhiAOll rKI) Al'Dlh.NCKH
NIU HTLY URfcRT OUll l'EUFUKMA.NOfc.
ADMISSION 2">C.
MATIN KK I KVKKY THURSDAY, | MATINKK
MATINKK AV U P. M. I .MAT1NEK
(?HAND SACxKP CONCERT.
tiUMDAT NKill 1. Co.UMKNCINU AT a O'CLOCK.
UNION .*yl ARE THRATRK.
Proprietor Mr. 8IIERIDA.N SHOOK
Manttrr Mr. A. M. PAbMBt
4I'H WKKK. CO.NTlN L EU HL'Ol'E.-iS
4TII WKKK. ol Sariiona jrrealeat pl*y,
4111 Wl-.KK. MfM'HKR ANU MlR.
4111 W t- KK. MOTH Kit AND SUN.
4 r 11 WBnK. The flmt brilliant tilt of the eea*?** I
4 I'll U KMC. "A much better piece than "ted A?tr*y.,w?
41* 11 WKKK. ll* York Tribune.
41II Wh.KK. "The maalcrplece of tbe ahleat dramatWt at
4111 WEEK. ilie aYorli Time#.
4TII Wfcl.K. MOTII Kit AND SON.
4I'll WKl.K. MOTHER AND S >N.
4TII WKKK, Erarjr nUbt and Saturday Matinee.
A hrnneh for thl* theatre haa been eatahllahed at Ra.
in.') Monta.ue ?l? Brooklyn, where ?eat* inajr ba had fraa
of extr? charco.
KKAf FAIK
OK TUB AMERICA* INSTITUTE.
Oran dnllr irom 9 A. M. to 10 P. M.
M and I'l art., (KM and H4ih ?t?.
Rlnsle adrai*?lou, oOc. ; children uo ler 10 jngan. 3S?.
Coupon ticket*, 10 adrolaaioa*, pi 30)
Coupon ticket*. ?> admlMlona. 1 , Traaiferable.
Cuupou tlcketa, a admlaaioua, 100)
60C. FIFTY CENT* MCI
*111 prncnr" adml*?lon and pa?<?M both ways by
Tllk N i. W \ <i ItK KI,KV.\TKl? KAlLKoAU
Tickets to be had at alt aait (14* (tatlona.
MI'SIC BY DOWWIHO'8 BIRTH RROIMKRT BAN IX
CTtlN? AY HALL. A.d Al*A.
O TODAY ISA rURDA Yl, October 1?. at 3.
URaND KAKKAKLti M ATI N KK
and positively l.a*t Appearance of
A LI HA ALIIaIZa. ToilAM. LCBKKTl. UONlTERDf
and the mat hnrop?aa PI an lit,
HI AN 7, KtMMKL.
Snnarh Programme. MAX M AltKT7.SK. Conductor.
tlKAMoRNR THRATRK AN l> mA'fulV I'A LACK.
) hid at., near Btoadway. Opaii nlirntly
Unriifnni, urand end cnlo*?al Amuaemeat temple.
Varleiy. Honua. Dance* ana Mlnatrelar
ELITE SOCIETY SUCIaBLK. M lllNKK TUORROATt
I'arialau Mablilo an actual lact.
KKSSATIO.n NOrii K.-THl'KMDAY. OCTOBER 34.
riKST MON5TBK VlKNNA COhTflMR, PARISIAN
FANCY DKKSS AN II PRESENTATION BALL. 300
FitENCIlAND VIKNNA I.ADIKH IN OO.STUMIt.
BAKNI M'R UREATE8T SHOW ON KARTIL
rue; kntibk grand programme
will be given at the
MaTINKK TO-DAY, AT 3 1\ *.
UILMOKK'S OAltURN.
BMFTII AVKNUK HALL, 34TH ?T. ANI> BROAD*
war. BLINK TOM. the great mualcal pbononanoa,
will cotntnenco a abort eerie* <>t soneert* at the a be re pop
mar hall, on
MONDAY RVENINO. OCTOBER 31.
TIIK STRICKEN SOUTH.
Grand Athlcilc Kntartalnment, Irflni Hall, October 19,
111rnii by I'rolraaor T. X. i.allln and mhrri under
tlie antplcee oi the Yellow K?y?r Fund Connatttaa ay*
pointed hy i.la Honor the Mayor.
Admiaalnn. M cant*.
t'RUMANIA TIIKATIIE.
nil NKUKNUOKre IMt?etov
lO-MllllT-DIK URKI I AN <. 11 A KM HE, comedy by hca>
lei. OltlNOOlKE, plar by Ml.
Box olTIca up 'h Irom S till 4 o'clock oal'y
Ott.
(Iranil Harm?l<l'? ^b>l Jr e?i>ry erenln^; un* of
tho "UgllU'," ?traii(ter* abould not mlaalt ; mnalc by llar
B
\RaUM'B (litnAThST MltnV on k.VnTU
Til F. MAO.MI f (GfcN I ST A l.LIO.a ,H
will igo ihrt'O^h I heir woudcrfhl performance* at the
MaTINKK ro.DAT. ai 2 V, M.
O.'I.MOHK'R (IAhDKN
tllJU.-PllIVAfK LkSSONll I'IA NO. Viol.lU
/OlIITAK, OROAN. FLU rB, SINHINO. 77(1 Mr.,at",
way, oppontie Stewart'*. UIRt!tfL\lt> Kill,En.
J JaY IVAIHU.I. l)lr t'tor.

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