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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 15,43"). NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER <25, 1878.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE THREE CENTS DIKKCTOKY FOE ADVERTISERS. HERALD BRANCH OFFICE. 1.205 BROADWAY? OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Ft IK RF.CKPTION OF ADVERTISEMENTS AND SAl.ES OP PAPERS. AMUSEMENTS?1st Pack?4th, 5tb and Otli cols. ASTROLOGY?12*0 I'auk?Hth col. BILLIARDS? 12th PA?K-?th col. BOARDERS WANTED?2l> Pauk?1st and 2d cols. BOARD AND LODGING WANTED?2d Pack?2d col. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES?11th Pauk. BUSINESS NOTICES?7th Paue?Oth col. CITY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?2d Pauk?1st col. CLERKS AND SALESMEN?12tu Pauk?'>tk col. CLOTHING?12tii Pauk?Hth out. COACHMEN AND GARDENERS?12*u Paub?5th col. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS?2D Pauk?4th and 5th cola. COUNTRY BOARD?2d Pauk?2d col. DANCING ACADEMIES?12tii Pauk?tlth col. DENTISTRY?2d Pauk?2d col. DRY GOODS? lirr Pauk?4th col. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET, PURNISnED AND UN FURNISHED?2d Pauk?1st col. EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS?2d I'auu?4th coL EUROPE?7tii Pauk?titli col. EXCURSIONS?2n Pack?5th col. FINANCIAL?llTit Pauk. FOR SALE?12th Pack?Hth col. FURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET?3? Pauk?lit col. FURNITURE?12th Pack?Uth col. FRENCH ADVERTISEMENTS?12TU Paob?flth coL HELP WANTED? FEMALES? 12tu Pauk?5th col. HELP WANTED?MALES?12ra P.\0??5th col. HORSES, CARRIAGES. AO.?1st Pauk?2d and 3d cols. HOTELS?2d Pack?2d col. HOUSES, ROOMS. PLACES OF BUSINESS, BO., WANTED?2d Paw?Im col. INSTRUCTION?2d pA0K-3d col. LOST AND FOUND?1st Pauk?1st col. MACHINERY?12th Pauk?tlth col. MARBLE MANTELS?1st Pauk?8d col. MEDICAL? 12th Pagk?uth col. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING?1st Pauk?4th col. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS?10th Pagk? Uth col. MUSICAL?Is* Pack?4tli col. NEW PUBLICATIONS?7th Pack?Uth col. PERSONAL?1st Pack-IsI col. PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. AC.?2d Pauk?5th col. PBOPOSALS?12th Pauk?tlth col. PROPERTY OUT OF THE CITY FOR SALE OB TO RENT?2d Pauk?1st col. REAL ESTATE WANTKD-2D PAGB-lst col. REWARDS?1st Pagk?1st col. SALES AT AUCTION?2D Pack?2d and 3d cols. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALES?12th Pauk?lit. 2d, 3d and 4th cols. SITUATIONS WANTED?MALES?12th Pack?T>th col. SPECIAL NOTICES?1st Pauk?1st and 2d cols. SPORTING?DOGS. BIRDS, AC ?1st Pauk?2d col. THE TRADES?12th Paub?'>th col. TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES?2d Pack?lat col. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE?2D Pagk?5th col. UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO LET 2d Pauk?1st col. WANTED TO PURCHASE?2d Pagk?Uth col. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AO.?12tii I'AuK-Uth col. "E H PERSONAL. VA"?CALL AT WEST 11TU ST. AD LEY?WILL COME 9:28 TRAIN MONDAY. M. JKNNA. Lady in crosstown green car, Sunday.? Appoint interview with or send address whore note roach nor to gentleman sitting opposite with elderly com panion. Describe persons unit circumstances to avoid mis takes. Address R. L. W.. Herald office. iS^FANNIE PRESTIGE WILL HEAR OF SOME* thing to her Interest by sending hor address to K. A., Herald office. RS. "PUFFY"?WILL BE IN SHAPE VERY SHORT ly to marry you. Will you come back at once^n^uch M SATURDAY. 5 -JK), PUTNAM AND FULTON TO Olerry: passed lady end seat, lirst cabin. Please address, appointing interview. ACQUAINTANCE, Herald. S~ AN~ FRANCISCO MINSTRELS, SATURDAY EVEN Ing.?Will youug lady with light ulster, seated next to f(?uticiuan who handod nor umbrella from floor, grant an nterview, providing an honorable acquaintance will be ' g some incident to avoid ptown Brunch. agreeable! Address, mentioning mistake, G. C., box 184 llorald Up U1ST AND FOUND. E08T?<)N SATURDAY MORNING, ACCOUNT"BOOK; a reward wilt be given If returned to 344 East Houston It. . D. FROE1ILICH. HK WARDS. 2fc r'l\ REWARD.-LOST, AT T11E AMERICAN INSTI gl'JUtutn. the 23d. a W allot, containing $233. Return or address E. J. G., 202 East 15th st. a: SPECIAL NOTICES. ?p6r~education and" cuaiutyT BY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE. GEN. G. T. BEAUREGARD, OF LOUISIANA, GEN. JUBAL A. EARLY, OF VIRGINIA WILL PERSONALLY ARRANGE ALL DETAILS AND SUPERVISE T1IE EXTRAORDINARY GRAND IEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING OF THE LOUISIANA ITATE LOTTERY COMPANY, AT NEW OR LEANS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 11,279 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $522,000, INCLUDING ONE CAP ITAL PRIZE OF $1UO,OUO; ONE ORAND PRIZE OF 150,000; ONE GRAND PRIZE OF 20,000, AC. TICKETS TEN DOLLARS ($10); HALVES, FIVE DOLLARS ($5); FIFTHS, TWO DOLLARS ($2); TENTHS. ONE DOLLAR i$l). WRITE FOR CIRCULARS OB SEND ORDERS TO M. A. DAUPHINT POST OPFICE BOX 092 NEW ORLEANS, LA., OR TO U. L. PLUM, 319 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. A. A ROYAL HAVANA LOTTKRY, druws Decoinlier ?. Only 27,(100 tickets Issued. 1st prise $aon,noo Id prise ftO.flOO Id prise 23,U*> JO prises. escli 90,000 (21 prises, amounting to 810,000 Kentucky Stste. November 911. Tickets, $1. Louisiana Statu Extraordinary. December 10. Tickets. $10; lielvss. $9: Hftlis. RJ; tenths, $1. Prises castied. Pull iufnrination of aliovo sent free. J. DUPP A CO., Bankers, 42 Nassau St.. cunior Liberty, New York. A. THREE (IRANI! AWARDS from the AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAIR. MEDAL OK SUPERIORITY awarded tu the URBANA WINE COMPANY (llamtnoudsnert, N. Y.l, for tlieir GOLD SEAL CHAMPAGNE. SWEET AND DRY CATAWBA and BRANDY DAN. B. HOPKINS. Agent, 88 Chambers at. U ? IWBfS AND ROCK" (TRADE MARK RE J\. CORDED' IS SOLD BY LKADINO DKCOOISTS AT fl PER BOTTLE, AND AT MY DEPOT, 88 CIIAM BKRS ST.. SOUTH SIDE. ASK FOR VAN HKILS rRYK AND ROCK." ALL OTHERS ARE IMITATIONS. A ?ELECTRIC BELTS, SURE CURE POR PRKMA ture debility: the only reliable; send for circular. Dr. ARK. ?? Broadway. _____________ ADVICE PRKE.?DR WIIITKH HAD, PROPKSBOR OP Midwifery. Safe slid satisfactory truatiueut guaranteed. (19 East 4Ath St., near lid a*. ALL SPRCIAL COMPLAINTS CERTAIN. HAKE AND permanently cured to either sex. Dr. COX, 2U East "TtTENTION PATIENTS!?DR. PECTIN, PROM PARIS, J V :H Rend st.?All diseases, skin disorders, tiorvon* de Hilly radically cured: patients with neirlerted or improp. erly treated diseases. blond Impurities, physical or mental disability will receive speedy, perfect cure "a ?ELECTRIC BELTS; A CERTAIN, RAPE AND J\ ?effectual cure for all nervous and chronic diseases. These appliances sre applicable to either sex and afford in (taut relief ia cases of rhouiuetisni, dyapepsis. ircuerel de kllity, Ac Puleermecher's are the naly genuine. Depot, 112 Broadway. ALL DIHKA8K8 OP MEN. " WHATEVER TIIK cause, recent or long standing. speedily and portns eeutly cured by Drs. DYER A "KINDLE, 47 Most 13th It., near titu ev. Anna k park, medical electrician,ai7 west 23d Rheamellsta, sciatica, paralysis, nuuralgla spe ?ialtias. office treatment. p 1 ; vmsIs,83; consultation free. C'tatakkh! " / Deafness! Ear Discharges! and Threat Affections ? Inveterate cases solicited; per manent cures effected; no charge for examination or con sultation; responsible city and country referoncas: fens moderate. DR CAM PRKLL, I7H l<exlnpl?n av., near 31st St. Honrs. B to 1 and to 8. Sundays. 10 to 12 M. /111ARLE8 II PORTER-8PIR1TUAL SEANCES, 4.71,297 Hraadway. secoud floor. I\IVORCKH SPEEDILY OIltTltNEh-fERMR 8CPKB rlatively rensennhle; CONSULTATIONS free FRED RICK 1 KINO, Lawyer. ? St Mark's place. adjoining Cooper Institute D* IVORCKH QCI'ETLY FOR DKHKRTION."aiCTin rice free AMERICAN LAW AGENCY. I College ?lace, earner Barclay, twn blocks west Post office DE.IIBAfr5i EAST w?S ST-DISEASES OPMKN and the nervous system a spocislly. Coiisultstlmi free. Dlt KICOKDS ESSENCE OF LIFE RESTORES MAN hood to the debilitated in four weeks; failure Impose! tie. p'l tier case Druggists supplied. Sole agent. Dr. *1. IAIWJURS, 7 University place. New York K-OPPICIAL KENTUCKY STATE DRAWINGS ? kektul-kv?kxtka ci.ass mi. ?IB7- gov*Ufti-ft 23. 1878. II'. 97, 4. 2(1. Ml, MB, "4, 4-1. 77. W, 17, 14. KSXTccxr?rutf MO. 'TIS?NOVKManu 28, 1878. 84. 17. 8. 74. 7(1. 17. 4ii, 41. 2U, 31, -14. 4. 11. SIMMONS A DICK INSON. Msiuigcrr SieonulA STATU?KXTHa CLASS Ml. tfT7? gtlVKMRKl 28, 187S. 38, 89. 78. (12, 42. '18, 73, :t:t 7", 72, 78. 17 UK"iti;ts *TAT??CLA?S XO tt7w votkukkw 28, 1878 m. M, ft, 8. 17, 31. 33, (I, 12. 73. 211, 4>l. K. D EDDY A CO.. Managers. '* ."i!!!?.""?1 K'v"n regarding the above drawings. Apply to CLUTE A CO.. Bankers, 'Jtsi Broadway, rear office. K?KENTUCKY STATE SINiiLK NUMBER .draws November Ml Capltnl prise, 8J4.UIU. Tickets, PL Extraordinary draw ing of the Louisiana State Distribution December In Capital prize fllaitsti II ,2711 prises, distributing 8.22,1V f I. Tickets, Aid, 88.82. fl. I-LI TE A CO., Hankors, 2izi Broadw ay 1" H ?RoYaL Havana draws December ?. 2. Capital prise. fJKI.'iivi tu be distributed. Tlekete. 84l?. 82". 81". fB. 82. f I ? LI TE A CO., Banker*. 2t(> Broadway. AVANA DRAWS DECEMBER "-CAPITAL.82t?,t??>; tickets. jtt". fl St Stephen New Brunswick. Novem ber 8U; capitals, 82ft,UUUJf Ift.UJO, f li>.IX?l, whole tickets, $1. PUCLD A CO., 1,212 Broadway. SPKCIAL NOTICES I"Stfl~S?X? sacouks rkdykd in the best inunner? Darkest shade anil highest lustre; time, tail days; also saci|uex relengtliened with otter, beaver and Alaska sable. Apply In K C. BOUGllToN, 33 Howard St., or at factory, 44 and 46 Steuben at., Brooklyn. fi may BE YOUU$-$30,U(J0. NOTHING KISK, NOTHING GAIN. SIXTH GRAND DRAWING OF TIIE COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION COMPANY. AT LOUISVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1378. HURRY UP I DON'T GET LEFT. NEARLY 2.000 CASH PRIZES, $115,400. $30,000, $10,(XJO, $5,000, 10 of $1,000, 20 of $500. Tlcketa are only $2; balvea, $1, JACKSON A CO., Bankora. M2 Naaaau at.. Now York. P. K.?For the accommodation of our patrons living in Brooklyn and .loraey City this oHice will be kept upcu till 1 1*. M. on Thanksgiving Day. YOU NOW HAVE THE~6PP()RTUNITY TO MAKE a u 44 000 om ooo $ 11 $$$ II 444 00 0000 'Goo 00 $r$ II | J 11 4 44 01 000) 0000 00 $ $ 11 $$$ II 4 44 00 (OOO (On,) 00 FOR $$$ 11 I $114444444 00 OOOO OOoo <0 ? til $$$ 11 44 00 0000 OOon 00 $*S 11 J 11 44 <? 000 000 000 $ 11 IN THE KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY. WHICH DRAWS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 50 ALSO 1,895 OTHER PRIZES; TOGETHER. $67,025. WHOLE TICKETS, $1. WILLIAMSON A CO.. Eaatern Agents, 500 Broadway. Brunch office, 61 Broadway, Williamsburg. K ?WHAT $2 OR $1 MAY 1K>. Nkw York. Oct. 10, 1H78. I, A. H. Morgan, of Philadelphia, Pa., do hereby certify that I wan the holder of one-half ticket, No. 35,574, which drew $30,000 in the tilth drawing of the Commonwealth Distribution Company, wbieb took place In the city of Louisville September ,10, 1S78. and that I forwarded said ticket to T. J. Commerfurd, secretary of the company, at Louisville, which amount was duly remitted and thin day paid to me through the office of the New York agency, K. 11. PORTER A CO., 1,227 Broadway. A. H. MORGAN. Lonmnu.*. Oct. 5, 1878. I, O. P. Anderson, of Troy, Perry county, 1ml., do hereby certify that I wan the holder of one-half ticket. No. 84,767, in the fifth drawing of the Commonwealth Distribution Company, which trauxpired on tint 'kith of September, in the city of Louisville, ky., said ticket calling for $10,01X1, and which I have thin day presented for paymont at the of lice of the company, the same being paid by check ou the Third Natioual Bank of Louieville, which check wan duly honored and paid. U. P. ANDERSON. The sixth Grand Drawing will' take place Saturday, No vember 3U Nearly 2,000 Prises; $115.400 cash; $i#J,(JXt, $10,000, $r>.0(S> Capitals. Tickets only $2; Halves, $1. Or ders should be addressed to T. J. COMMKKKORD, Secre tary. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky., or B. 11. PORTER A CO., Eastern Agents, 1,227 Broadway, New York. OPEN TILL 0 P. M. Kentucky state draws' novembk ho. CAPITAL PRIZE, $14,000, FOR $1; $8,000 PRIZE FOR $1; $4,000 PRIZE FOR $1; $2,500 PRIZES FOR $1; $1,000 PRIZES FOR $L 1,806 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $67,925. WHOLE TICKETS ONE DOLLAR. LOUISIANA STATE DRAWS DECEMBER 10; CAPITAL PRIZE, $100,000; TICK ETS, $10, $5, $2 and $1. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY DRAWS NOV. 30-. CAPITAL PRIZE. $30,000: TICKETS $2 AND $1. JACKSON A CO., Bankers, 82 Nassau St.. near Fulton. Kentucky state draws November so.?ticil ots. $1. Louisiana draws December 10; tickets, $10. Capital prise, $HD,(J00; second capital prise, $50,000. Office hours, 7 A. M. until 7 P. M. B. NATHAN, 181 and K18 Broadway. I ADIEU, YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION.?THE J Beautifying Baths, now open at Central Park Baths, 5i>th st., 7th av.; something entirely new; ladies 9 till 2 o'clock. ^jfETROPOLITAN urriiis, 28 ANN ST. EVERY VARIETY OF PRINTING, FROM A EVER* v\I}J?rING OARD TO A MAMMOTH COLORED FOSTER. WORK SENT TO ANY FAKJ OK T,,E COUNTRY, FIRST CLASS WORKM AND LOW PRICES METROPOLITAN JOB PRINTING OFFICE, "m;- = orgjac f uiicUou, Lerodltary or constitutional taint. HENRY A DANIELS, M. D., 144 Lexington ?v-. ni,lkr aath ?t* Houra, 8 to 3 and 6 to 7 any jVt<^?,oesVi?B^tud^cating^&rv^^^iDm'd^dUai>VlUii?'M'uy K32bsstesajHaS?S will insure restored manhood. strengthened ,lt?' > u. SsrlS iL'iStf^rrs seuiii Anatomy au.i Science. 1.14B Broadway, Now York. ,, ...ui L MANTELS GRAVESTONES, TILING; HOT Miom pHcoa. A. KLABEK. 134 Kaat IMIli, St.. nearrldav. M ISS HKHS1E KANE WILL GIVE MAGNETIC treatment for aervou. dlaom.es, rheumatism, Ac. 235 (Mil ?v. ? ? - r!ttc h attif GIBBS (JIVES MAGNETIC TREAT Hatha, .51, K?. 2Uth at.. ?rat Hoor. flrat door. ? ?mriHS LOTTIE BANCROFT CURES RHEUMATISM, 15? Kaat 20th at., -cod door. Dont ring ? MFIR8 n5ARLRTt^N~UBB? RHEUMATISM GIVES MiuMPiotle treatment. 201 Oth av? aceond flight, front, don't riuK OVKR 25j000 8UFFBBING HICK CURED IN IS YEARS hv Dr SAN YOU, the wonderful heulor, without modi clue. Thapoor cured frm. from >'to '0 A M ?r those iTMT t?.n.t0?r^H".?n11 e? cures made in the past year and a half in thla city. ?JTKS'?DR CHANDLER'S PILON; SURE CURE for olios? glees Instant relief; Is harmless; Is never fall log; .11 Broadway drugglst-^cmnts^r^k^r. RSSIPffiSS soci'-ty his wV-t 34lh at Onlj genuine office In America and Incorpo undo* act of February 17. IH4S. Con.ult.tlon, terms and atntriw. fit. ? _ - ? txiIKI'M ATISM ?POSITIVE CURES GUARANTEED. RKun.JVan Rheumatic Society The only office In Amer ica. Ml West anth st. (Beware of Impostor*.) $f?7 925 ~"OLD KBLUiLK" DRAWS AGAIN. * KENTUCKY STATE. NOVEMBER 30. * CAPITAL PRIZE. $14,W?. ONB OP 9W )(THER PR,ZKrK *' AR WHOLE TIckETS ONLY ONE IKILLAR. add reus all orders to Ilia Inekv office* or the Aortneru Agents. B. H. SORTER ACO^I ?HB,madway. New York. Louisiana Extraordinary draws December lO. Tickets,$IO; Halves. $5; One fifth, $2: One tenth, ft. _ 5t ben AAA ?hgyal Havana is?ttkry-kx S)| .J?>U.()UU.lraordlnary Drawing. December 24, Capital. fflOOjWD. Ordinary Dr??|?F-p'&BIW ?CO ' fcm.OBO. Prim ind order# tilled by HONNENHKMO ? ^ '?* New H???nejOonn. ? . - HPOKT1YU-IKHiM, nillD*^ dfctJ. -i?.TtiUN'ffr ?CMC kxtKa * MARKER A CO- 47 Mid 48 Liberty at. will sell to mui ruw (Tuesdavi, Novetuhor 211. at 11 "'f* M ?if. voice of superior English Bmech loaiHng "hotguus. tTih is positively the last sale of tku season Guns now on view, Willi catalogues __ TAIMK CANARY BIRDS. JUST ARRIVED FROM THE FHarts Mountains, all wnrrattted good eoegstura Gull and lnmr tbom, alTCNIH JOHNHON'S mdcarooin. ?17 Ni>MH >*? " llOHiK^CARHI AOBH, ?? ? AvAN^TAASKLL a KEARNEY AUCTIONEERS. ' will hold their next regular sale of UOBMEa- carriaoks. SLEIGHS, _ , , HARNESS, AC., on TUESDAY. *HI. November, nt 10 o'clock. THE SALE WILL INCLUDE several tine (Carriage Teams t'onoe and Trotting llorses, Ac. urtU ENTRIES FOR THIS SALE should lie made early MON Doi-FICF.,'AtND<ArCTION MART. UG, 112 East 13th at. nt iir ItU *v, _ . . t ?CARRIAGES AT A SLA I OUTER; PHAETONS ~i ?fiaft FINE TOP PONY PHAETON, GOLD A.monnted. with harness elegant hlanket sp r.d.e end whin roMt hi July . h?ml?i?ui' Kiinha.ll Intlfr.fW. Sitt coieiiRiMi, 3 Went lAth ?t.. n#?r 5th ??\. ^ 1 HANDSOME HAMHI.KTONIAN HORSE. 7 YEARS; A safe for lathes to drive, warranted sound anil g"t>H* ?.ml m trot In 2'Ml; great sacrifice; satisfactory trial _ul lowed Owner*# private stable, 21". West 15th si., near, th _K?i s \LK?12 HORSES, PROPERTY OF LIGHT. A.nine R"d Company, suit any business satisfactory trial given; must sell 215 ? ""t I At), st.. near 7th av. a hvKGAIN-VKKV CHEAP, ETHAN ALLEN MAKE, A n> trots 2 45. sound, hind. 7 years; Morgan buy . ' ??v. i hiirli trotn U>, wound, kind, (I yenrw old ; Brew """S'tl bar tni Wagon Wood Bros Pony Phaeton, tine KHmbaRK eigh, Polar and hlnck bear Robes, Double Har lllanket* Ac for quarter value, on account of ill he.ith '?W>.. ;SMh st . near Broadway, t \ VI VG VNT TOP SIDE BAR ROAD WAGON, PORT Viand SlaUh Harness. Robes. Blankets.; all nearly new, fiVenithirJ value, must soli 221 West 4tlth at , near It road way. s\ iitiv VAl.CE?THREE HORSES, YOl'NO 1 sound! suit any business. $35, $55. ft"< 221 East Hioad r FOR SALE FOUR HORSES; 8UIT FARMER .Onck or any business. three days'trial; great ernrl Ihe 1IH Bleecker St., near Bowery. _s vtcV mioWY PONY AND HARNESS, MU8T BE A.o^ lepmiu ?r\og.th.r dU Murray at., .term A IIOKSKS. ( AKKIAGKS. dtC. f AUCTION. VAN TAbSELL A KEARNEY, AUCTIONEERS, have received instructions to ?ell at PUBLIC AUCTION, On WEDNESDAY, 27T1I NOVEMBER. 1878, at 11 o'clock, THE ENTIRE CONTENTS of the LlVEllY AND BOARD ING STABLE 124 Clinton place, Hth at,, near (Mb aw., consisting of TWELVE HORSES, all good drivers and kind in all har ness. CLARENCES. LANDAUS, TOP. SIDE BAB AND PULL KI'KINO WAGON'S Victorias, 4-wat Sleiirhs. Double and Hiugle Harness, Sleigh Bells, buffalo, wolf and other Kobes, Blankets, Horse Covers. Scales. Bar Cutters. Ac.. Ac. THE STOCK IS ALL IN GOOD CONDITION and will be sold without reserve. EVERYTHING SOLD MUST BP, REMOVED from tho premises before tl P. M. on tbeday of sale. AUCTIONEERS' OPPICE, 110, 112 Baat Kith at., naar 4tli ?v. A ?(Hi AS. W. BARKER, AUCTION EE K. . THE TIME CLAIMED KOK THESE 1IOR8I18 IS GUARANTEED AND WILL BE SHOWN ANY TIME BE POKE THE SALE. NEXT WEDNESDAY, Nov. 27, at 11 o'clock, at BARKER A SON 'S Now York Tatteraall'a, corner of Broadway and IWth St.. COL. I*. J. CONNELLY'S (for tho owner) UNPRE CEDENTED SALE of tile fastest green TROTTERS, flnast combined premium SADDLE and Harness Horses, most extraordinary M ATCHED TEAMS and superbCOACH and COUPE Horses in the world, selected hy him personally at PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY. KY., and comprising seven teen lioad (and one of tho handsomest 12 high child's ponies yet seen here), including a bay Gelding, 15J; high, bv Amer ican Clay, that can trot in 2:J8i a bay guiding, LI1,' bigli, by Jim Bourne, tbat has trolled a bait in 1 :15? lindur sad dle and can beat 2 :'v) in harness: a bay Filly, lti high, com ing live years old. by Kentucky Prince, thnt showed 2 last spring on a slow track and can heat 2:30 now, and sev eral others that rau trot in from 2:50 down to 2:39; also some of the grandest Saddle and Harness Horses ou earth, four ef which were winners of the BLUE RIBBON at the KENTUCKY PAIRS; also two heautifnl matched Team* and several high knee actioued Coupe and Match Horses. Catalogues on application. Stock NOW at the iu?rl In order to give the public TEN DAI'S in which to TRY THEM in harness er under ssddle. and TEST THEIR SPEED, saddle and driving qualities BEFORE bidding. A GENTLEMAN, GOING ABROAD, WILL SELL at private sale at a sacrifice the celebrated Ilainbletonlau stallion Dispatch, can trol in 2 >. a sure foal getter; the well known trotter Ned Btackhurn, can boat 2-BO; brown trottor George, can trot in 2:40; also 2 fine family Horses, I very handsome extension lop Park Phaeton, 1 l'ouy I'liaeton. 2 top side hnr Road Wagons. 1 costly Portland Cutter, ole gantlv upholstered; 4 very handsome bear Robes. 3 sets fine Double Harness. .7 sets of Single Harness, a large quantity of Horse Clothing, Saddles, Bridles. Ac.; Stable to let. Inquire at the private stable. No. ti Wast 24th St., near Broadway, for two days. Astonishing" bargains; no offers rk fused!?Handsome light extension top Phaeton (seats four), Browster ^ Road Wagon, Top Wagons, Pony Phae tons. Single and Double Harness, elegant upholstered two and four seat Portland Sleighs, several line large black Russian boar Itobes. all nearly new. Inquire BOARDERS' TIIINUS, Koasmore stables. 247 Wost41st St., near Sih av. A?10 H0B8B8 FOR SALE CHEAP; ALSO LARGE ?black Stad, over 1,BOO lbs., tl years. 400 Madison at., near Grand. ABAKGAIN.-FOUR HORSES, PRICE WTOBftO(NOT half vuluo. CONTINENTAL ICE OFFICE, 1550 Hud son st. A -FOR SALE CHEAP?HORSE. TOP WAGON ?and Ilarness; suitable for grocer, delivery, express or butcher; together or separate; one Milk and one Light Wagon, two Hand Carts for delivering. At 1,308 Broad way \ SACRIFICE.?20 BUSINESS AND CONCORD DE XVIivery Wagons, all sizes, $9<) to 8110; new and second hand elliptic and platform spring Wagons, for express, grocer, butcher, baker, milk, plumber, depot, dry goods; itno very light Single Truck cheap; Wagons exchanged. 226 Spring st. Avery cheap pink extension top phae tou, seats four, pole and shafts, platform springs, built to order last July; fine Single and Double Coope Harness; Portland Sleigh, black bear Robe, in perfect oraer. Apply at stable 100 West 17th st. Also Brewster Clarence. A~ ?FOR SALE, POUR HORSES: FIT FOR ANY ?business; trial given; terms to suit purchaser. 142 West 16th st.. between 6th and 7th avs. PINE PAIR VERMONT COB ~U0R8ER, PAT. HAND some and stylish drivers, 15},. 7 years old, 8250; great est bargain; Brewster Coupe, elegant top Buggy, three spring top Phaeton. Double and Single Harness, Portland flutter. 12 East 18th st. Business wagons of every "description? Por grocer, butcher, Ac. 13!) South 5th av. Wagous ex changed and sold on commission. /CARRIAGE REPAIRS. Special attention paid to the repair of Carriages, with tho bent materials and skilled labor, at reasonable prices. Esti mates furnished. BROWN A I'ltAY, Broadway audiiSth st. CAARUIAGKS?1 BROUGHAM, 1 CLARENCE AND 1 7 Victoria, all in good ordor. must be sold to settle up an estate, at M. Cl'RLKY'S, 100 East 13th St., near 4th av. IjlLEGANT CARRIAGES, !i by BREWSTER, of 25th St. Every Carriage meile on tho promisee, end price ax low at any other maker, quality cunnidurod. Warerooms, 5th av. and 27th at. II1LKGANT CARRIAGES.?1 LANDAU. 1 LANDAULKT liand 1 Coupe, at M. GUKLEY'rt, l,.r>53 Broadway and dtltb at. fjtOK SALE?BEAUTIFUL BLACK llOlt.SE, 15>, HANDS high; excellent in harness ur aaddlo; price low for im tneitiaUi Male, Private stable Hi East 27th at. IjKOR SALE-TEN GOOD BUSINESS HORSES, 15 TO 1 10k bunds. RAPID TRANSIT ICE COMPANY, 10 I Oth av. For sale?pour horses, suitable for any tine. TIKI East ISth st. IjlOK SALE?5(1 GOOD WORK HORSES SENT FROM 1 company in Pennsylvania; must lie sold. 525 West 21th st. JjlOR SALE?NEW SINGLE TRUCKS, EXPRESS 1 grocery, business and platform spriug top Wagons; new Coal Cart, Butcher's Cart. 421 10th av., 34th St. For sale cheap?a set of LIGHT double carriage Harness at til West 1 lith at., near titli av. * For sale cheap?sound horse, good baker s Wagon and Haraeas. 1HW av, A. FOR SALE CHEAP?POUR HORSES; YOUNG AND aound; prices, 925 to <75. <14 Vandam at. I store.) jpOOD SECOND HAND COUPE CHEAP; SECOND vXliand glass quarter Coach extension top I'haeton; basket Pony Phaeton, Coupe Koekaway; light curtain quarter Roekawav and no*- side bar Top Wagons for sale at the carriage factory of J. R. WOOD, 219 and 221 West ltltll st. Horses wintered.-kixk stabling; apart; box stalls; best bay; pure water; best earo: low prices. EDWARD R. PIN DA It, care J. E. Gillette, lludaon. N. Y. Horses boakdkd-good accommodations; rcHKonahlo torum; careful utteiitluu by proprietor; city reference K'vvii- Box 13 Voroim, N. J. H ORSE BLANKETS. FUR, WOOL AND PLUSH Robes; magnificent variety at greatly reduced prices. JOHN MOORE, 57 Warren st IMMENSE REDUCTIONS. The entire stock of elegant Carriages made by WOOD BROTHERS must be sold at once to settle tho estate and muia room for our manufacturing department. To insure this we offer Luudaus, with glass fronts, for 91,UK). Landaus, with leather fronts, for fiUO, Broughams for $H5G. Coupes, round fronts, fWO. Cabriolets and Victorias, (KW lojhni). Road Wagons from 9251) to 9225. Lanrfanleta, Via-a-Vis, Wagonettes. T Carta. Two-Wheel er*. Stanhope Phaetons, Grand Victorias, double suspension Carriages, Pony Phaetons and other desirable stylos, suit able for all soasuiiN, at same rotes. These are newly finished goods, equal III all fOopOOtQ to any offered in this market. Every carriagu fully guarantued for oiut year. BROWN A PRAY, Broadway and .'tilth st. An assortmnnt of second hand Carriages very cheap. Mules wanted.-any person iiavino one ok two large Moles for sale low fur cash may bear of a purchaser by addressing a Hue to A. U , box I7tJ Herald ofHro. Mortgage bale of horses, carriages, hah ness. Ac., the contents of the Empire Stables, In !2Htli St., near itd a* , on Wednesday November 27, 1K7S. Par liculara on day of sale. ARCH. JOHNSTON. Auctioneer. 1ST BE SOLD?lO GOGI) WORK HORSES, 925 TO 975. INDEPENDENT ICE COMPANY'S stables. 521 M "N TEW ENGLAND WOOLLEN MILLS," Manufacturers of every description uf plain and fancy shaped and square HORSE BLANKETS, OK NEW AND ELEGANT PATTBRN8, IN LOTS TO SUIT. One entire production nuw on exhibition and for tale at salearoom of C. M. MOSEMAN A IIO., 12S Chamber# it. \J"0 CASH OFFER IlKKUSED -THREE LARGE JET black Bear Rolws, two liaudsomo upiinlatered Portland Sleighs, with latest improvements; one silver anil one gold piated Coupe Harness Club Stable, I5ti East 2<Sth st. \TKW LANDAUI.KTM, COUPE, KITE GLASS LANDAU*, Ik Just finished; also two old Cnnpqs. J W. PITNEY, 4tK) lid av. SECOND HAND CARRIAGES Two leather top LaiuUiis, by Brewster, both very light, at 940t) anil fWl); very light Clarence by Slivers,9350; six-seat Koekaway, by Brewster. 94<K); TsN Bros.' T Cart, 9225; Stanhope Pliaelon. hy Wood Hrv*., as good as new, MOO; cnt under Rookaway. 975; four puasonger Koekaway, 911)0; Brewstar top side bar Wagon, $115 WM. II. GRAY, 20 aud 22 Wooaler st. Second hand carriages-wood bros.' five Slight latudnu. 9*0; Brewster A Co Brougham. 9575; l.anduulet. 9550, one 9350; Clarence, $;*?>; Coupe, 92IK1, ono at I3UI>; six passenger Koekaway. 945o, one at 9425; Coupe Koekaway. 92IKI. one at 94"); English T Cart, 94IK); top Wagon. 9135, one at 9150, one at 975; Hip Phaeton, 9l<ai, one at 9150; six Brewster A Co.'s road Wagena; 1UU other second hand Veliielee. A. S. KLANDKAU A CO., 372 aud 574 Broome st. SI WILE TO LET OK LEASE?FIVE STALLS; tHWID Oeoaeb room and large loft, 2tl East l.'llh st. Inquire at ItHl East 15th st. UTANTHD?TWO CI.AIIENCK AND ONE LEATHER \f lop Landaus; must be cheap for cash. Call fur two ds\s at Astor Place lintel. Hth st. and ltd av. II. W. KIDDLE. 7 HORSES SUITABLE FOR ANY BUSINESS ANY trial given and warranted sound. 4IO Wont 3Htli at. Nwt SLEIGHS. ROBES. HELIX ?)vf xJ The largest, flneat and must complete stock of Sleighs in the city, of every kind and style, hulh new snd second hand, at lowest prices. WILLIAM II GRAY, 2(1 slid 22 Woester at ti vhulk NANTEU. MARBLE AND MARBLElXED M.VNtfcUr OitAVM-* .stones; bottum prices. A. KLABLIt, I3t East 1Mb St., near ltd av. SSTEWART'S SLATE AND MARBLE MANTELS, AT Slowest prices; Slate Slops, Risers aud all ktuds of Stale 'urk. 76 West 23d it. A DRY GOODS. UAKif~OPRORTUMTY" and real bargains for the holiday semen. J. ft C. JOHNSTON, Broadway, 5th a*, and 22d it, having port-baud of a Branch Importing house in thl* city Hi whole stock of l,fOO~RIECB8 LYONS BLACK SILKS, which they offer at fnlly 40 per cent Use (hen the like goods have ever befere been offered te the people of the Uaited States, and the Bra hopes that its put rims and the pahlle will give these goods a thorough examination, as they will be shown to them willingly, cheerfully und politely, without any im portunity te purchase. The firm will refund the utouey to any purchaser not con vinced that these silks are better and cheeper than they can be procured elsewhere. J. k C. JOHNSTON. j^TTRACTIONS THIS WEEK AT STERN BROTHERS, 32. 34 AND 38 WEST 23D ST., BETWEEN BROADWAY AND SIXTH AVENUE. UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS. MOURNING GOODS, BLACK DRESS SILKS. PURS AND FUR GARMENTS, LADIES' COSTUMES, CLOAKS, DOLMANS, CIRCULARS AND JACKETS, CURTAINS AND MATERIALS, IN ALL OF WHICH WE ARE OFFERING LARGE ASSORTMENTS AT UNl'RECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES. AN INSPECTION OF THE ABOVE, AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS, WILL AMPLY REPAY LADIES ECONOMICALLY INCLINED. OUR NEW BUILDING, THE MOST AGREEABLE AND EASIEST OP AC CESS OP ANY IN TIIE CITY. ALL STAGE AND HORSE CAR LINES EITHER PASS THE DOOR OR WITHIN HALP BLOCK OF THE SAME. A STERN BROTHERS. "I (V., GREAT REDUCTION IN ^ Gentlemen's and Ladies' Boots and Shoes. < i Gentlemen's Hue French calf and kid Dress end doable sole Uaiters ami Oxford Ties, Si, $3 SO. ft and ?>. Ladies' tine Button Hoots. fU 50. $3. $3 ao, *4 and $3. Hoys' amble sole School Shoes cheap, at BROOKS', 1,108 Broadway, corner SSthet. BROOKS' PATENT CORK SOLE Boot* and Shoes. Recommended by all physicians. I.ns; Broadway, corner 2Wtb at. /1LOAKS. SACQUEH WRAPS, DOLMANS AND CIkcI'LARS, PARIS MADE. NEW SHAPES, IN CLOTH, SILK, CAMELS' ll.MR, DIAGONALS, ETC., REDUCED TO LESS THAN HALF THE COST OF IMPORTATION. BLACK CLOTH SACQUES. OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, AT $3 AND *4 EACH. A. T. STEWART k CO., BROADWAY. 4T11 AV.. 8TH AND 10TII ST8. Damaged goods?a large lot op un~ bleached Muslin, damaged by water only; also white and colored Blankets, Flannels, Tickings. Cloths. Casei tneres. Satinet- Kentucky Jeans. Table Linens, Napkins Tuwels and Ladlos' Vests from anction. Fur sale at low prices. WM. MATHEWS, 54 Catharine st. Tim vohbm * Ho?, BROADWAY AND I1TH ST., INVITE EXAMINATION OP THEIR COMPLETE STOCK OP LACES. EMBROIDERIES HANDKERCHIEFS. Pelat Gause, Dnehesae, Valenciennes, Ac. French Trimming Laces, real Torchon and Breton ne I aires, black and white Spanish and Guipure Nets, with Lace te match. HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES ANTIQUE TIDIES, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S HKMSTICIIKD HANDKERCHIEFS. The above goods will bo offered at very low prices to .make place for HOLIDAY NOVELTIES. MILLINERY AND DKKMBMAKINtt. broaDWay. WILL oPR? V'the coming week the richest and moot elegant assort ment of Bonnets (latest shapes; at prices never offered before. , s MIMICAL. -PIANOS TUNED AND REGULATED; ' FIRST ?class work warranted; boat city raferunce. TUNER 11. .Vt East Uttb st AJCvimUBNTN. CJtCfAN DIVA'S. 241 BOWERY.?THE ONLV Plbtufe Ijef the kind (n the city. Sultan divan, bowery, near stantox st Tbe Palace of Mirrors, works of Art Every evening. B1 KSHAM'S auadkmv OP PHYBIOAL CULTURE for both Hint. Broadway, corner 44th it Send for elr cniar of elaiMMts. C~1|IAKLKS ROBERTS, JR.. RKC1TKS THE TALES IN / GLIMPSES OF THE ARABIAN SIGHTS AT CIUUKERING HALL TONIGHT Cl'LTAN DIVAN, 241 BOWERY.?NEW ARRIVAL Oof English and French Barmaids tiRKAT SUCCESS OF THE GRAND PROMENADE IConcerts by the Seventy Hrst Regiment Hand, In con nectlon with a Fair for the benefit of St. Timothy's Prot estant Episcopal (free) Cltnrch, continued at Seventy first Regiment Armory, junction of Broadway and Hth sc., Mon day and Tuesday evenings. November 25 anil 28. Ad mission, 2Se. The fair will also be open from 2 o'clock P. M. no TO THE SULTAN DIVAN AND SEE THE CfE \Trasslan ladlos Mttslr by llarolo. Admission frno. FtOl.LV THKATRK, WEST 12TII ST. AND GREEN wlrh nr.. will POSITIVELY open on WEDNESDAY EVENING. November 27. with Ninon Dneloa' new musical fairy extravagansa of LITTLE HO PEEP. POPULAR PRICKS. C* 1A BD.?PRIVATE LESSONS PIANO. VIOLIN, GUI /TAR. ORGAN. FLUTE. SINGING, 77P Binadwav. oppo site Stewart's CIRCULARS MAll,ED. J. J.\Y WATSON. IMrerlor. "A BEKI.E S AMERICAN THKATRK, 3D AV , BETWEEN iv:*uh and 31st sis..?The greatest ceiubinathm ef Variety Stars In Amorica appear Matinees Wodnarday and Saturday. D O Nor FAIL TO SEE ULIMPSKS OF TIIR ARABIAN NIGHTS AT CH1CKKRING HALL TONIGHT. p AMLSKMK Vl'S. ARK THEATRE " " COMEDY. UEXKY E ABBEY Lessee aud Manager Engagement for FOUR WEEKS ONLY of the Comedians *e??r? bohson asii crank. ROBSON AND CltANE. who will appear nu Monday Kvenlug, November 25, and every evening. at 8, THANKSGIVING AND SATURDAY MATINEES, AT 2, in SHAKESPEARE 8 COMEDY OK ERRORS, COMEDY OK ERRORS, with every Scene new. by Mr. George llonter New Properties, by Mr. George Henry New Meclianical Effects, by Mr. Ilaiuiltou Weaver. New Costumes by Eavos and Hatter aud Berg. The Comedy produced*under the immediate supervision-of Mr. CHARLES WEBB, of Drury Lane, Loudon. THE CAST Dromio of Syracuse. Mr. Stewart Robaon Dremio of Epbesue Mr. William II. Cruna Antipholue of Syracuse Mr. Krank Kvana Antlpholua of Epbeaus Mr. Krank E. Aiken Duke of Kpkeene Mr. Jamee Duitu Aegoott Mr. Charles Webb Dr. Pinch Mr. Sol Smith Aitgelo Mr. Mason Mitchell Cteon Mr Krank Jordan Chares Mr. William Cullingtou Adriauiie Miaa Adu Monk Lueianne ?. Miss Alicia Robsou Lesliia Mies Irene Ackuriuan Abbess Miae Cassie Troy Oltlccrs, Attendants. Guards. Pages. Citiselis, Ac , Ac. N. K ?Every seat in tliis thuatre is an opera chair. Each Boor is carpeted throughout. For the especial accommoda tion of those petrous who do not wish to pay over .10 cents, opera chaira will be reserved In the balcony at 5ii cents each, which will be on sale at the box office six days in ad vance. Reserved opera rhuira in balcony SO cts. Reserved opera chairs in dress circle $1 <J0 Reserved opera cltalrs in orchestra 1 SO (?Hp Ayt'AKll M, BROADWAY AND 35TII ST. A Twelve raagnlllceiitly trained Kentucky Thoroughbred Horses, introduced by Mons. OSCAR. Capt. A. II. BOUAllDUK shooting at glass balls in dif ferent styles. Miaa JOSEPHINE, the lady with the iron Juw. Performances daily at 2 :J0 and 8 o'clock P. M. Admission. .'St cents. Reserved seats. 10 cents extra. Shortly to be produced iu magnificent style, CINDERELLA. V\7" ALLAUK'H. YY Proprietor and Manager Mr. LESTER WALLACE EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE will be presented the successful new Comedy in throe acta entitled OUR CLUB. Characters by Messrs. O. K. COG1ILAN, CHARLES BAR RON. HARRY BECKETT, W. R KLOYD. E. M. HOL LAND, J. W. SHANNON, C. ROCKWELL, W. J. LEON ARD, O. K EDWIN. W. A. EYTINUK, J. PECK. Misses ROSE COG II LAN, EKKIK GERMON, STELLA BONI KACE. BINGHAM, YINING and Mrs. LIXDSEY. In preparation, a new play, adapted trow the Uermau, entitled MY SON. ^"IBLO'S GARDEN THEATRE. EDWARD F. STARIN Proprietor and Manager MONDAY. November 25 and until furtbor notice, the great sensational Drama, by Bartley Campbell, author of "Risks," "Kate," "Peril," Ac., Ac., entitled THE VIGILANTES; A STORY OK CALIFORNIA IN 16, with new sceneries, property and effects, and most excellent cast of characters. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT 2 V. M. EXTRA MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY. T" IIEATRE "COMIQUE, 514 BROADWAY. HAKR1UAN A HART Proprietors First week of Mr. Edward Harriguu's great Irish Drama, in a prologue and three acts, LORGAIRK. A new company baa been engaged to assist in its produc tion. GRAND EXTRA MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER ft. heuetit of the NEW ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAE A r BBB A KBR SV N V V MM MM'" 888 B B AA B R NX N U V MN NM "8 8 B B A A R R N N N U U M X N M ' 8 BBB A A RRR N N N U IT M X N M 888 B B AAA R R X XX U IT M MM M 8 B B A A R R X X X V U M NX M 8 8 BBB A A B. K N NX UU U M Jf SSS GREATEST SHOW AT OILMORK'S GARDEN. POSITIVELY TIIK L A 888 TTTT W V WKEKEBKEBK K L AA 8 S T W W WE R K K L A A 8 T WWW E E K K L A A 888 T WWW KEE BEE KK L AAA 8 T VVWK B KK L A AS 8 T WWK E KK LLLLA AW T V V KEKBKBBBK KA L*T A OW ALL THE POPULAR AREXIC FEATURES, WITH NOVEL ADDITIONS. THE VERY BEST PROGRAMME UK THE SEASON. MUSEUM, MENAGERIE AND CURIOSITIES. Admission, 25c. or 8Dc.; Reserved cushioned arm chair, 25c. extra. Children under uiuoyoarit. 25c. Doors open at 1 aud 7 K. M. Grauil eutrco out) hour lator. 1TANDARD THEATRE, BROADWAY AND 33D8T. "M. HENDERSON Proprietor uud Manager THIRD WEEK. UNABATED SUCCESS of Mrs. Ettle Hcndersou's dramatization, ALMOHT A LIKE. POWERFUL CAST. BBAUTIFUfc SCENERY. EVERY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE. GRAND EXTRA MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY Popular prices, 25c., 50c., 75c., 81. Seats secured ten days iu advance. fMKTII AVENUE THEATRE. Lessees and Mauagur* KISKE A HARKIXS EDWIN BOOTH. THANKSGIVING WEEK. TO-NIGHT KING LEAR Mr. D. II. UAKKINS as EDGAR, TO-MORROW KING LEAR WEDNESDAY SUYLOCK IN THE MERCHANT OK VENICE THANKSGIVING NIGHT KHYLOCK KRIDAY (only ?liue) RICHARD THE SECOND SATURDAY MATINEE HAMLET SATURDAY NIGHT MERCHANT OK VENICE THANKSGIVING MATINEkT THE HUNCHBACK DEBUT OF ALFA MERRILL aa JULIA BOX SHEETS READY. V KOOKLYN PARK THEATRE. THANKSGIVING WEEK. GRAND SUCCESS AND LAST WEEK OF Mr. JOHN McCULLOUGH. I MONDAY KING LEAR TUESDAY VIKGIMUS WEDNESDAY MATINEE BRUTUS WEDNESDAY NIGHT..JULIUS C.ESAR Tlianksgiving Matinee. JULIUS C.KSAK THANKSGIVING NIGHT . JACK CADE KKIDAV NIGIIT HURTUH SatuMisy Miulnes Damon and Pythias S.VTI. RllAY NIGHT JACK CADE B MATINEES. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. AT STE1NWAY hall. edouard kkmenyi THIRD CONCERT, TUESDAY EVKN1NG, NOV. M. KDOUAllD RKMENYI MDs HELEN AMES. Mmo. CONSTANCE HOWARD Mr. WM. COURTNEY. Mr. K. DUI AIKEN. STRINGED GUINTKT. The celebrated Hungarian violin virtuoso will play Schu bert's "Divertissement a In lloiigroise'' (lirst time In Atner lea), with nuartut aceompanimeiit: Ernst's "tttliello" Kan tnaia, Chopin's "Romance," Mendelasoiin's "Spring Song," "Valse Noble," bv Kemetivi. and Capriccios by Pscanim. ONLY KEMKNY1 M.ttlNEE SATURDAY, NOV. :*). tiTRKNCII OPERA BOUKKK COMPANY. ~ 1 UNION LEAGUE CLUB TIIKATRK, a opposite Gilmore's Garden. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. Jean lu Hot. Opera lion Ho in ono act. Mariagc nux Iain tomes, Opera Ron He in one act. Adieu, Mein li hretl eh as sc. Tyrulionne boufTe. Box office now open. CTL1MPSKS OK TIIK ARABIAN NIGHTS, r CHICK EKING IIaLL TONIGHT NOV. 25, 2H, 29, :?>, and S vTURDAV MATINEE. 1IENRY B YOUNG S Bore) and charming entertainment, comprising Readings, Knchauting Music and MAGNIFICENT TABLEAUX. The Oriental costumea for which excel in costliness and beauty any hitherto seen in America. CHARLES ROBERTS, JR., rill recite the Tales Tie lints, including reserved neat, 50e . 78c. and 91. at Pond's, 25 I nloii square. Hrooltlvn Atneneuni, Dec. It, 4, ami 5. AMERICAN LI("BRAKY HI RKAl*. Managers. B ROAD STREET THEATRE, PHILADELPHIA. Every Evening. Wednesday uml Sntnrdai Matineos. MR B MACAULAY AS UNCLE ll.AN'L, In A MHHSItiKR KltOM JAUVIS STATION. 4 G1LVND FAIR A AT ST. PATRICKS NEW CATHEDRAL. NOW OPEN DAY and EVENING, from 12 M. to ItlHti P. M. TO CLOSE POSITIVELY SATCRDAY. NOV. :*>. ELEGANT DISPLAY of useful and ornamental articles ADMISSION .Ml CENTS GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT By Oilmore's full Band and distinguished Soloists on TIIUKSDAY, Deceinluir .V WINDSOR THEATRE. " 45 AND 47 RoWKKY f T The success of New Vork Extra attraction MAMMOTH CORPS NEW FACES. Professor Sawyer, Joint Picrsa, McCwlheigh and Casey, Burton and Rice J. C. Carroll Miles Morris Great Hensley, Barnev and Clerk, Maekin and Ortffln and rayette Welah. Misses Lottie Archer. Josephine llnwiaud. Liaslo Rich mond, Emma HoBhian and Lydin Koaa MATINEES W KDN Ksf?A Y AND SATURDAY. EXTRA MATINEE Till'RSDAY, TilANKSGIVING DAY. tNERMANIA THEATRE. FAD. NEl'KNDORKF director TO NIOIIT, "DOCTOR KLAUS." Comedy, in flee acts, by L'Arrange. Box office opon from S to 4 o'clock dally. LArt? W "grand 1-OAN EXHIBITION DKCORATIVK ART, NATIONAL ACADEMY OK DESIGN, 23d st. and 4th av. Dally. ?? A. M. to ?t P. M. aud 7V. to 10 P. M. Admisalon. 25c WILL CLOSE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1~ ADIKS. YOUR PARTU'ULAR ATTENTION. J The heautifying hath. o|mn at Central Park Hatha, 50th St. snd 7th av ; something entirely new. that hy our proceas we can bring the roughest complexion to the finest. and that all cosmetics only All the pores of the skin and by the use of oar Hurb Essence and Velvet Oil, with vapor, to face or body we produce what we say Come and examine Ladies' hours, II till 2. Turkish aud Russian Baths, with prlt (lege of warm water swim, 75c.; Herb Kaseneo and Vel vet Oil. 91 per box U NCII ANTING MUSIC TONIGHT AT W GLIMPSES OK TIIK ARABIAN NIGHTS Arranged expressly for Ibis entertainment. Rendered by tlis best talent In New Vork. Piano, orgmi, 90I0H, due*!* quartettes. AT ClUCkKJUNU UAJUL ION1UHZ B AMLSKMKSTS. ROADWAY THEATRE, CORNER :?>TII ST. KDliAK A FULTON Lessees and Manager* LAST NIGHTS. FOURTH WEEK. Sir. GEORGE 5). KNIUUT unit Mm SOPHIE WORRELL KNTOIIT, Id MaradeM'a amusing local piny, OTTO, A GERMAN, introducing tboni in all tboir ?pocialtioa. EVERY EVENING. k WEDNESDAY. MATINEES ?] THANKSGIVING DAT, I SATURDAY. SPECIAL MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY. POPULAR PRICES. Bowery theatre ~~ FERDINAND W lloFKI.K Manager TUe Drama, iu aix acta and ten tableaux, balsamo, the sorcerer, an adaptation from the French of Dumaa. lijr the author and actor. ROBERT JOHNSTON, who ia apecially engaged for the title lole. THANKSGIVING MATINEE. FOUR GLORIOUS PL AYR, (T RAND OPERA llol sE" YULIkT TPOOLE A DONNELLY Leasoea and Mauagerg RESERVED SEATS (Orcheatra Circle anil Balcony), 50c. THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY WEEK, a new American domestic dmma entitled YULIE, Yl'LIE, YULIE, or KINDKS I.IEBK. J. C WILLIAMSON and Miss MAGGIE MOORE, J. C. WILLIAMSON and Miss MAOUIE MOORE. Ill two now character songs. Miaa M AGGIE MOORE SINGS THREE NEW SONGS CATAR1XA BELLA. SLEEP. BAltY, SLEEK and WAIT FOR THE TURN OF THE TIDE NEW SCENERY, AP1NHNTMKN'TS AND EFFECTS. A MAGNIFICENT CAST OF CHARACTERS. GRAND HOLIDAY MATINEE ON THANKSGIVING DAY, AND MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. JTNION SQUARE THEATRE. Proprietor Mr. SnKRID.AN SHOOK Manager Mr. A M. PALMER. LAST TENTH AND LAST WEEK WEEK LAST of the WEEK LAST Great Sueooaa of the Keaaon, WEEK LAST Sardou'H greatest Pluv, WEEK LAST MOTHER AND SON. MEEK LAST WEEK LAST WEEK LAST THURSDAY AFTERNOON, WEEK LAST GRAND THANKSGIVING MATINEE! MEEK LAST of WEEK LAST MOTHER AND SON. WEEK LAST WEEK LAST WEEK LAST 8ATDRDAY AFTERNOON. November*!, WKEtt last last matinee wkkm LAST LAST PERFORMANCE WKKH LAST of W EE If LAST MOTHER AND EON. WEE? SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30, after two mouths' preparation, FIRST PRODUCTION of an Amarlcan Comedy-Drama, by Bruuson Howard,.Esq., entitled THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER, being a play in Ave acta and aix tableaux. Each of th* section ia from tbo pencil of Mr. Richard Maraton, uud will more than oqttal any of the great stage pictures presented at this houae. The music ef the piece has been specially composed for it by Mr. II. Tiasiugton. THE SALE OF SEATS FOR THE OPENING NIGHT will commence at ihe Box Office, MONDAY, November of,. Academy of music; i puritanu Eighteenth uightfof the Subscription. THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, NOVEMBER 25, at 8, I PURITANI. Arturo Signor Cumpaiiinf Ilk-curd Signer Galassl Giorgio Signor Foil and Elvira Mine. ETELKA UERSTER Director of the Music and Conductor, Signor ARDITI. WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 27, at 8, LUCIA DI LAMMKKMOOR Edgardo, Sig. t'ampanini: Enrico. Sig. Gaiassi; Ral> moudo, Sig. F'ldi, ami Lucia, Mine. ETELKA GKRSTER. NEW liALLET, 1,ES P.YPILLONS. Mile. MalviiiaCuvulaizl. Mile. Palladiuo, Mile. Antouino, Mine. Leoutine. Mile. Marie Mullcr, Ac., Ac. F'riday, production of ROBERT LE DIABLK; Roberto, Sig. Cauipaiilni; Bertram, Sig. Foii; Isabella. Mile. Lid* (her first appearance), and Alice. Mile. MINNIE 1IAUK. GRAND M ATINEE SATURDAY. November 30. at 2. LA SON N AMBULA ; Elvino, Siguur Campauini; Amina, Mine. ETELKA GER8TER. BOOTH'S THEATRE. POPULAR ThICEsT Manager Mr. W. R. DEUTSCH* 25 CENTS. fSO CENTS, 75 CENTS, 25 CENTS, 50 CENTS, 75 CKNST, 25 CENTS, 50 CENTS, 75 CENTS. ALL RESERVED SKATS 75 CENTS. EVERY EVENING. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEES. First appearance of Miaa . MARIE GORDOlf MARIE GORDON MARIE GORDON in the beantiful play of THAT LASS ()? LOWRIE'S, THAT LASS 0' LOWRiE'S. THAT LASS IP LOWRIKS, supported by J. B. BOOTH, WM DAVIDGE, HENRY DALTON, Mine. MAYER. Box office now open. s. 2T. JAMES' THEATRE, 211D ST . NEAR OTH AV, Umm ud llMtKer Mr. JOSH HAKe MOMMY, November 25, and during Ilia weak. POSITIVELY LAST MO IITS of TRACY TITUS' ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY. Crowded houses ! Crowded houses! The eminent English Prima Donna, Miss CATHERINE LEWIS, supported by Mine Laura Joyce, Mlaa Clancy, Mr. EugenR Clarke, llenrv Peakea, Charles F. Lunge, M. W. Hake, Ac., Ac., In Planuiiotte'a Comic Opera, TIIE BELLS oV CORNEYTLLE. Prices, $1 75c. and 50c. Box ottiru open from ft A. M. till lO P. M. FRIDAY, November 30, BENEFIT Or Miaa CA+UERIKE LEWIS. MATINEE THANKSGIVING HAY, AT 1 ;JU P. M. The musical aurceaa of the season. BELLS OK CORN EVILLE. HELLS OK COKNKVILLE. mdNY PASTOR'S? TONY PASTOR'S. OUS WILLIAMS. LUKB SCHOOLCRAFT. GEORGE II. COBS. HENRY CARNEY. FANNIE BE AMR. TCHARLES OILHAY, KITTIE o NEIL, Wool) and HKASLEY. MORRIS and GREEN, LOUISE MONTAGUE, J. W. yMcANDREWS TONY PASTOR and hit entire troupe. Extra Mailt THANKSGIVING HAY. T Nav> 'THEATRE, 14TH ST. AND uth av~ THIRTEENTH AND LAST WEEK'* of DENMAN THOMPSON JOSHUA WIIITOOMB THANKSOIVINO MATINEE AT 2 P. M. T MATINEE i To MORROW t BKRLK'S TTVOLI THEATRE. J\ STII ST., BETWEEN 2D AND 3D AVS. BILL I'AK EXCELLENCE oK THE SEASON. Colonel KRANKLIN' WARNER'S groat Seventh Regt> lueut Platoon Dancers. the HAYTONS, Sketeh Artists, Alice Hall, Billy and Maggie Ray, Master Grlltln, Miles Bros., Fred Lay, Ida Morris, Lcoinion and Watson, Johnny Roach, great VIENNA BALLET TROUPE, William Ri-ckmaii and Oriinalila leltner in the Comie Pantoininie, CUPID'S DARTS. Matinees Thursday aud Saturday after noons, also Suuday mldnlirht. CAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS OPERA HOUSE. * 17AN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS. Broadway and 2t)th at. THE FAMILY RESORT. PATRONIZED BY THE ELITE AND FASHION. EXTRA MATINEE I EXTRA MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY. I THANKSGIVING HAY. ' BIRCH. WAMHOLD, BACKUS, THATCHER. KYMAN. RI SSELL. FRILLMAN, STEVENS, RAYMOND. JOHNSON, POWERS, RICARDQw. MDLLALY'M Orchoatra in Now Scenes, Bongs, Ac. "Call at B, and will make it pleasant for you " SKATS SKCl'KKD. EVENING AT B. II AYMARKKT. ? ? ? ? HAYMARKET. HTII AV. AND 9UTH ST. GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT AND "SOIREE DANSANTE" EVERY NIGHT, ? ? ? ? EVERY NIOIIT COMMENCING AT ? O'CLOCK. ADMISSION 25C ? ? ? ADMISSION 2&C. C1RKMOKNH GARDEN THE YTRE, ?ID, NEAR tlTII AV."' Ji. BIIVDER Ijes.ee and Manager* The moat gorgeous Amuaement Palaeo In the world. Grand Female Minstrels. Variety Perform nine and Sociables every evenlnir. Matinee every Thursday,, commencing at 2 .In. I Ills evening a grand distribu tion of handsome prises, wliteli were won by the twenty handsomest i-oatiitnes. IdXTRA NOTICE ?????????? !i TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBERS, GRAND FRENCH FANCY DRESS HALL, with new attractions. Particulars next Sunday's pspa*lb Academy of music. Brooklyn! SHOOK k PALMER Managers THANKSGIVING WEEK Engagement w ith the eminent author and actor, MR. DION HOUCICAl'LT, MR DION HOUCICACLT, In his own exquisite Irish Drama. THE SIIVPORANN, THE SIIAl'GRANN, produced with all the new and beautiful scenery and effect! I rum tho Grand Opera Honae, New York. HOLIDAY MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY. FINAL MATINEE oN SATURDAY. Admission 75 rente Reserved seats $1 25. Family circle 25 cents. I/GYPTIAN HALL, H4TII ST AND HD VV. IlilUO FEMALE BEAUTIES NIGHTLY. 10Q First week of tho Parisian Shadow Dancers. New, splry songs; fed bul sketches. Mile. DK COt It s FtMol S LIVING VRT STUDIO. 24 HANDSOMEST FORMS EVER SEEN. 24 Gilt edged pleasures in high life MATINEES TUESDAY, THANKSOIVINO DAY AND SATURDAY AT 2 Buckingham palack. 27tli st., west of tltli ae. The American Mnbille. Elite Sociables nightly. Grand and most fashionable resort in Hie world. Tim ttrst Grand Mas<|iicrade Ball will be given on Tuesday evimlng, December 9, DT79L Academy of mi sic Italian okeraT Choice scats and front row hoxea for every perforin* ance Academy of Music opera books AT TUEATRK TICKET OFFICE, 111 BROADWAY*