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a> ? ?T rT n r a (TiT^i CORPORATION NOTICE S. pORPORATION MOTICE. ? PUBLIC NOTICE 13 v> berebv given tc the owner cr owners, oecupant or oo ita of &1I bouses an i lota, improved or nnlinproved J, affeated thereby, that the following a*ae*ement* hare tM? oompletcd by 4a Assesaora. and ere lodged in the offloo ofiha Ifuieau of Asseesweiite, for ? xauiination by all per sona later'; sited, ?tt for paving and laving tha crosswalks i? Broad way, between Fortieth and Forty-second streets. Tk% limit* by snob assessment, include all tha ??veral honses and loi?oi ground, vacant lota, pieces ana pareeJeof land, idtaatad oa bath aides of Broadway, between Thirty-ninth and Furty-third streets, on both sides of For tieth, Forty ftr:it sod Vorty-eeeond streets, batween Broad way and tb? linea half way easterly and waaterly from the UjamLu aveunes. All persons whose Interests ore affected ?y tha a Dove named assessments, and who ara opposed to UM sasee ar either of them, are reauested to present their eHoeuoas In writing, to the unuerHigned, at their office, JMh 4 Hall cf Records. within thirty days from the date of Uj* notice. SAMUEL II. L)E MOTT, 1 FRANC 1 8 NICHOLSON, J Assessors. ISAAC WM. SMITH, I Oflce Boreas of Assessments, Street Department, Sept. I, Ittil CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE 19 hereby given to the owner or owners, oeoopant or occu pants aif all houses an J lots, improved or unimproved lands, affected thereby, that the following assessments have been semgieted by the A?*essora,~hnd aro lodged in the office of tlM Bureae of Assessments, for examination by all persona toiereeftil, via:? Far raising regnlatinir, setting curb. and natter, paving the carrlapcway. and building basins and cal verts in Old slip, between Front and South streets. Tha Units embraced by sueh assessment iuclodo all the several boaaea and lots uf ground, vacant lots, ] ieees and parcels of !???. situated on the northerly side of Old slip, between Water and South streets, and cntho southerly si'lo, betwoen tenth and Front streets; on the easterly aide of Front street, between t'nyler's alley and Coverneur lane; and on the Westerly side between Old slip and Coverneur lane: and on fotfc sines of H ater street, between Old slip and street No. ML Al! persons whose intorests are affeetid by the above the assessments, and who are opposed to the svnc, or ettber of them, arc requested to present their objections, In writing, to tho undersigned, at their office, No. 4 I'ujl of Reeorua. within thirty days fcotn the date of this notice. SAMUEL II. r?E MOTT, I FRANCIS NICHOLSON, ^Assessors. ISAAC WM. SMITH, J Oflce Bureau el Asscssmenta, Street Depnrtrjent. Sort. fclMl CORPORATION NOTICE.- PCIlLlC NOTICE IS HERB by given to the owner or owner?s occnpnntr rooenpanti. of all 1 louses and lots improved or imiropru /ed lands aili nf<*a thereby, that tlic following asscssmonta lin-.o been oomj?li ? ltd by the Assessors, aud i-.re lo.lgod in the office of the Bureau of Assessments. t< r examination by all persona in terested, vias?For paving Third avontio from fVrtieth to Forty-fourth streets. The limits embraced by such on;i. sa ireut include all thOBevernl itouses aud lets of grnond, va cant lots, place* and parcels of laud situated on both side* of Third avenue, between Fortieth aud Porty-fonrth street?; an both aides of Fortv first, Forty-second. Forty-third. ?d the southerly side of Fort y-f<?trtb streets, ootween the Tliiod avonce and Ihies rnniiing 30tl feet easterly, r*id 210 feet westerly therefrom. All persons whose interests are affaet ?d by the above named assessments and who arc op post d 'o the same, or oither of them, are roouesrod to pntont their abjections in wilting to the undersigned at their office, No. i flail of Rcvords, wltiiui thirty days from the uatc ol this aotioa. SAM UK I, II. 1)F. MOTT, | FRANCIS NICHOLSON, } Aesoesors. ISAAC WM. SMITH, J Office nnrtao of Aseeshmonts. Street Ocparlmcnt, Stp twr.ber 8, Itif-. CORPORATION NOTIC B.? PUBLIC NOTICE 18 hereby given to Hio owner or owners, oeenpantor oecu pants of all houses and lots, improved or unimproved lauds, affected thereby, fh!it t!io following ?<?">?: ments have been oobiuleted by tne AsMMers, and arc lodged in the otfiec of the llurean i f Aasnismvuts, for examination by all persona Interested, via: ? For regulating and resetting old and tarnishing new enrb and gutter stones in Mulberry street, jrom Prince to Houston street. The limits omhraccd l.y ?vch sssessment iuclude all tho several bonee i and lots of K'ind, vacant lots, pieces ?ud parcels of land, situated on h sides cf Mulberry street, from l'rinco to Houston ?trcet, on hoth sides of Jersey str'jot, I'm > feet wept from Mulberry street ; on tho north ride of Princo street, 100 feet east and \'est from Mulberry street; nnl on the south aide of Houston stroet, 1(H) foot east from Mulberry street. All persons whose interests aro sffocted by tho above named assessments, and '.vho aro opposed to the sun), or cither of them, ara requested to present their obj^etions, in w riling, to thg andersigned. at their office. No. 4 llallvt Records, within thirty uays from the date of this noticc. SAMUEL II, DE MOTT, 1 FRANCIS NICHOLSON, } Assossors. ISAAC WM. SMITH, J Office Bureau cf Assessments, Street Department, Sept. % 1861 | L__ CORPORATION NOTICE.? PU BMC NOTICE IS HERE by given to the owner or owners, occupant or occupants of all houses and lots. Improved or unimproved lauds, alTco ted thereby, that the following assessments have boon con Sletod by the Assessors, and are lo (ged in the office of the Bureau of Assessments for examination by all persons in terested, via: ? For rognlating, rcgrading, aud resetting onrb lid gutter atones, in Thirty-eighth street, between Second hnd Third avenues. Tho houaes embraced by Hueh assess ments include all the several houses, and lots of ground, vacant lots, pieoes and parcels of land aituated on both Mdei of Thirty-eighth stroet, between Second and Third avenues. All persons whose intorests are affected by tha above named aascaamcnta, and who are opposed to t!ic saiae, or sfther of them, are requested to present their objections, in writing, to the undersigned, at their office, No. 4 Hall ol Beewd*, within thirty days from the date of this notice. SAMUEL II. DE MOST, 1 FRANCIS NICHOmON, > Assessor*. ISAAC WM. SMITH. J Office Bureau ol A use sun en ts, Street Department, Sept. M862. CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS hereby riven to the owner or owners, occupant or oc cu pants of all houaes and lota, improved or unim|>roved lands, affected thereby, that the following assessments have been completed by the Aaseasors, and are lodged in th offiee of tho Bureau of Aiscssmcnts, for examination} ly all Bersona Interested, via: ? For paving Thirtieth street, from the Tenth avenue to tho Hudson river. Tho limits em TBWir^r Mth ? secernent iuclude all the several hottMa and VotaoT??fl*a(L vacau t lots, pecea and parccls of land, situ ated on both ai?.il? Xhirtjetlj ptr^ct^ from the Tenth ave ane to the Hndsun river, aud on both sides of Eleventh ave nue, 100 teat north and aouth from Thirtieth atroet. All per sona, whoac interests aro affected by the above named as sessments, and who ure oppoeod to the same, or either of them, are requested to present their objections in writing, to the undersigned, at their office. No. 4 Hall of Kesoidu, within thirty days from the date of this notice. GlUlll'l II Til' *? ~ l-i SAMUEL H. DK ^GtT, TllivCIS NtiJflOLSON, ISAAC WM. SMITH, Aesosort. Offiet, bureau ef Aeeeumcnts, Street Department, Sept. K 1864. CORPORATION NOTICE. ? NOTICE. IS HEREBY given, that a petition has been presented in the Board of Aldermen for a fewer in Thirty-ninth street, between Eighth and Ninth avenuos, alio, in Spring street, from twenty-five feet west of Green* street, to and through Thompson street, to sewer near Broome street, and, also, in Forty-eighth street from Eleventh avenue to Hudson river. Ail penon* interested in the above, and having objection* thereto, are requested to present the same in writing to tht Ota tract Clerk, at this office, on or before September 21st. NICHOMA3 DEAN, President of tht Croton Auuedoot Department. B*ptember 10, H&2. flROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.? TO MASONS. V> ?Sealed proposals will be reoeived at the office of the Orrton Aqueduct Department, (Rotunda, 1'ark,) until Mon 1st, the 2Dth day of September, 1M62, at 3 o'olock, P. M., to kaHd a Sewer in Thirty-soeond street, from Tenth avenue to ?wenty-flve feet west of Ninth avenue. The plan of the ?ewer and specifications for the building of the same, and all ?tber information relating thereto, can be obtained on ap ?Uoation to the Water Purveyor, at this office. NICHOLAS DEAN, President of the Croton Aqnednct Department. M*W York. Sept..9, 1S62 CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBMC NOTICE IS hereby given, that a petition has been presented in the 8oard of Aldermen, for a sewer in Christopher street, from leecker street to North river. All persons interested in A* above, and having objections theroto, are roquested to Husunt the same in writing, to the Contract Clerk, at bis tfee, on or before 22d inst. NICHOLAS DEAN. President Ore ten A nednct Department. Sept. 11, lhiA PROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. ?TO CONTRA C* tors.? Sealed proposals will be reoeived at the office of Mm Croton Aqueduct Department, (Rotunda, 1'ark,) until Monday, the 20th day of Septembor, 1862, at 3 o'clock, 1*. M.. te build a Sewer, with the nc?ssary receiving bncins and ?nlverts, in Chambers street, from Grsenwioh street, tu neat Broadway, being in length about 1,10(1 feet. The plan of the ?ewer, and specification* for the building of tho s.iine, and all other information relatinn theroto, can bo obtained on application to the Contract Clerk, at this office. NICHOLAS DEAN, President of th* Croton Aqusduct Department. W*? Yo?k, Sept. 7, 1H52. CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT.? TO CON tractors.? Sealod proposals will be received at the offict ?f the Croton Aqueduct Department. (Rotunda, Park ) un til llenriay, the 20th day of Septcmoer, 18M, at 3 o'clock P. M., to build a sewer in Twentieth street, hetwoon avenue A and First avenue, being in length about At>.l feet. The plsn of the sever, and specifications for tlio bnildlng of tlie ?atn*. and all other information relating thereto, can ho ob tained on application to the Contract Clerk, at t!.ls offiuo. NICHOLAS DEAN, President of th? Croton Aquoduot Department. !*?? York, Sept. 3, 18A3. CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE "Ts hereby slvcn to the owner or owners, nci.upant or oc nnpantx, of all houses or lots, improved or unimproved lam!*, atneted thereby, tl.at tho following assoi sineutu have boon completed by the assessors, and are lodged in the office of tbc ft ureau of Asseiements, for examination by all persons Interested, vis. :? For fencing vacant lots on Eighteenth ?trout, between l'ifth and Sixth avenues. The limits orn ftrated by such S(KCSameut include all the several hon,e* And lots of ground, vacant lots, pieces and parcels of land, ?Itrated on both sides of Eighteenth str?et. ward N'.s. 17<U, KM, 1MKI, to 1803, and 2020 to 2025. All persons whoso Inter Mts 4rt affected by the above named assts?incnts, and w ho Kre opposed to them, or either of them, arj requested to ? resent their objections, in writing, to tho undorrigned, at heir effioe No. 4 'u11 ot Rwopl*. within thirty day* from th* dale oi this noTTcf. hAMTET, n. DE MOTT. 1 FRANCIS NICHOLSON, ^Asgesiori. ISAAC WM. SMITH, J Offlee Bureau of Ancssinent*, Street Department, Sep tember H, ISM. fiUPORATlON NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICK IS HER R by given to the ownor or owners, occupant or oecupant* of all nouses and lots, improved or unimproved lands, affoctod thereby, that the following essessment* have been completed by the assessors, and arc lodged in the office of th* liurean of Assessments, for (lamination by ail persons Interested, Vi*: ? For regulating and grading Eighth avenue, from 12Ath to 12Hth street. The limit* embraced by inch as.?essmcnt. Include all the several homes and lots of gronnd, vacant lots, pico** and parcels of land, situated on both sides of Bigbth avenue, between 124tli and 129th street*, on both ?ides of I2ftth, 126, 127th, and l2Sth streets, between Eighth avenue and lines miming 400 feet easterly, and 400 feet wes terly therefrom. All person* whose interest* are affected %y the above named asnesrments, and who are opposed to tne lame, or either of them, are requested to present their ?M?ctions, In writing, to the undersigned, at their offie*. No. ? Aall of Raoords, within thirty days from tho date of tlii* HUH, SAMUEL II. DE MOTT, 1 FRANCIS NICHOLSON,) A***ssor*. ISAAC WM. SMITH. / Off** Bnrean of Assessments, stroet Department, Sept. M, MM. ORPORATION NOTICE-PUBLIC NOTICR IS hereby given to th* own*r or owners, oeenpant or oo ?npant*. of all houses and lot*. Improved or unimproved land*, affeeted thereby, that th* following assessments have b*?n completed bv th* as**s*or?, and ar* lodged In the offloe ?f th* Bnrean of A**e**ment*, for examination by all per Mveral hon*?? and lot* of gronnd. vac?* loss, pie*** ana nnel* of land, situated on both *ld** of Portr-*Uth street, Kom Eighth to T*nth avenie. All person* who** Interest* are affected by th* above assessment*, and who ar* opposed to th# same, or *lth*r of them, are re<in**t*d to preMnt their objection*, la writing, to th* undersigned, at their rllM. No. d Hall ?( Record*, within thirty day I from tht if Ukli notice. SAMUEL B. DE MOTT. 1 AiMiaort. FRANCIS NICHOLSON, P"*?01** ISAAC WM. SMITH. J _ ? Offr* >nr*at o< A*?emrenM, fltr?*l Department, Sept. OtmroRATHHI MT1CBB. Notice to cartxrn, to rbnew thiir M ocaces.? The ordinance for licensing > ul regulating Pablie Carta and Cartinen. provide*, that all Umbmi ?hall ?spire on the last day of October, is each year, renewable previous to iliat ?l*v^4 if applied for at *ueh time u may be appointed b j tbe Mayor. Netloe is hereby given that se MViliof License to koop Public Carte auoto bo Public Cartmen. will be granted at tki* offioe, between the hear* of 10 A.M. Mid 2 I'. M. to N?!il cu Monday, 20th September. 20f " 400 Tneeday. 2l*t " 400 " COO Wednesday, 23d ?X) " WW Thursday, 23d 800 " 1000 Friday, 14th - 1(100 " 12tK) Saturday, Jftth ?? 1200 '? 1400 Mouday, 23tb " I4(C " ItfWJ Tuesday 2ttUi " , l?? " l?IO Wednesday, 2t)th IMIO " SW><? Thursday, jOtb " VltOO " 2200 Friday, I<?t Octet', r. ;'4>0 " 2*0(1 Saturday, id 2400 " 2000 Monday 4th a 00 " 2800 T.ioaday. 6th 2ff00 " 30110 Wednesday, bth JtHJO " 3200 Thursday, 7th 33*0 " S400 Friday, ttth " "uW " 3600 Saturday, t'th " ;*100 ?? ;?100 Monday, 11th ? .*00 " .4000 Tnesday, 12th " 4000 and upwards, aud "Cartmen." Wednesday, 13th Nov. Persons desiring new licenses, will apply on or after let November. The numbers mui<t be newly painted on each side of the carts, aoeordlng to law; and tlie earta brought to the south side of Chambers street, opposite tho City Hall, where they will be iuapeoted, and tne old license, after bein;; ebecked by tlie Inspector, mu?t then be presented to the First Marshal for renewal. Cartmen are particularly re quested to apply on tho days designated above fortbeirTe ?pective numbers. It is not lawful to renew lioenses after the tact d?y of Uotobur. Thi attention of all persons keep ing or nxing express wagons, baggage wagons, and other vhlules lor the transportation ofsrtii le* from place to place within the city, is directed to the following extract* front the Ordinance . ? faction 1. ".Every cart, truck, wagon, dray or other vehicle, drawn by one or more nor*- a or other animals, wliioh rhnll be kept, used, driven or emnloyod for tho trans portation or conveyance of anything whatsoever from place to place *ithin the city of New York, for fiirO, wages or pay for aueh transportation, ihall be deemed a i'liblio Cart within the meaning of this ordinance; aud every person who ?hall set up, or so keep. nse, drive < r employ any such public curt, without tir-t obtaining lioenae therofor from tlie Mayor tf said city, as hereinafter provided, .hull be d< umod guilty of a vit iation of this ordinance," and subject to a hue not | exceeding ten dollars, or imprisonment sot exceeding ten I days for every olfen'e. Section 2. ? ? ? ? * "It shall not le lawful for | any person to receive or to hold a license to hep i'ublio Cart:-, or to be a I'nblie (Jartr.iiui, unless he Lo a oitiien of ' the United States, ai.d has a f unity. and resides with his fa- > mily in Buid eity, or if not havi ig a f kiaily, shall liave resided , himself therein <1 iring the six m lutbs | rec din, ; and is the actual owner 1 1 the cart or carts, with good li'irn therofor, ! so licensed to be kept a* public carts; und the JUayor may 1 examine under oath all persona applying or holding any -uoh liconie, or 'he renewal thereof, ton- Inn,, Uv ir qoalith .''tie" 1 , a* aforeiaidt anil all licensee cth?r thai: to person* ?u ip.nii- > hed, shall be t oid." By ofder of Hie llonor, the Mayor. AJUER T\ > !,OR, Piret Marebal. . ayor's OElce, SepteTut^r 10th. IijS2. OTRRF.T DErARTMENT, NO. 4 MAI I, OF I KOOilDS.? : O Public notice i* hereby gi/en thn.*, the following j1 H tions liavo be e n presented to tne B< :>.rd ot teHirtt^nt A ider- | men:? To open <loo-hundreth etioot, bot\reen Fifth aad Xlghth avenuec. to pave Thirty-uinth s?r :et, l).-tweo:i l'euth i uvonue and Uiid?on river: to iU<f sulow n.lk.i in Clinton i ntruet. bctwoen Hester undOrand streets, whero not already | ' Uagi:?d. All porsons interested, having objections thereto, ' are reqneited to present then in writing to ?ho underalgncd, j at his oliice, ou or befcro tho lMth day of Sootombor inst. JdlliS T. POOUK, Street Commissioner. September 8, lWi2. 2THEET DEPARTMRNT, NO. 4, HAM, OF RECORDS. - I Pnblle notico is hereby given t iat the following peti tions have beou presented to tho Board of Alderman:? to flag n spaco four loot wide in Thirty-fourth street, from No. i 31 to Tenth avenue, (4'iO feet,) to restore tho grado of Forty- | Seventh street, between Eighth and Nintii avoiiuos, a> 1 Ninth.averr.ie, between Forty-sixth and Forty-eighth streets; to open and regulate Ninety-third "treot, between Second ' and Fifth avennes. Also, the following resolutions:? To ! U y i rosswalkB at the intcrseciioauf Pine and Front streets: | to feaco vacant lota en sonthweatenrner of Thirty -lirst street i ami Lexington avtuue; to fence vacant lots on the north- j west corner ul fiiirty-ttrst and Lexington avenue. All p"r ?0iis intrre.Hte.I, having objeoiions thereto, are resetted to I present them in writing, to tho nndursigtied, at iii* olfiee, on or Nt'ore the 21st dsy of Sertnnihcr inst. JOHN T. liOUUti, Street Commissioner. September 11, 1852. s STREET DEPARTMENT, NO. * II AI<1. OF RECORDS.? Public notioc is hereby given, that the following peti tions have been presented 111 tho Board of Aldcrmei. :? To Mag the sidcw^a'ks along the old Hiirying Uroung in Twonty first street, between Sixth and Seventh aveuuos ; to feu^# vacant lota on liadieon avenne, between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh at rock* j on Twenty -seventh street, bctwoon Fourth and Fifth avenue*. Also, the following resolution : To retlag sidewalk*, set and react curb and gutter north aide of W hitu street, between Church street and Went Brosd way : went fido of Churuh street, between White and Wallier streets. All persons interested, having objections thereto, are requested to present them in writing to the undersigned, at his cilice, on or before the eighteenth >laV of September iuftant. JOHN T. DODUE, btrcet Commissioner. September 8, 1352. STRF.F.T DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS.? Public notice >e hereby given that tho following peti tions hnvo been presented in the Hoard of Alderniun : ? To dig a well and erect a pomp in Fifty-fourth street, between Ninth und Tenth avenuos; to open and grade Fiftieth street, between Fifth and Seventh avenneo ; to work and grade Fifty-second street, from Eleventh avenue to Hudson river. Also, the following Resolution : ? To repair, gr:;de, set curb and gutter, and (lag fonr feet through side wnllts of Fnrty lirst street, between Seventh hod ?ight avenue ; to open Fifty-ci*hth street, from East to Hudson river. All persona interested, having objections thereto, ?re requested to pre sent them In writing, to the undersigned, at i'il office, ou or before the lbth day of September instnnt. v "UN T. DODUE, Street Commigsicner. September 8, 1862. CORPORATION NOTICE.? rUBUC NOTICE IS hereby riven to '.he owner or ow nont oecnpant or V 0 i'iJi'Dt* of ttll li(iusf( anfl i?nu. tuipr.ncd or aiimptoveu landl, arfci ted thereby, that the following assessments have been completed by the Assessors, and are lodged in the of fice of the II it re an of Assessments, for examination by all Crsons interested, viz :? For flagging tho sidewalks in Ful n street, between William and Cold streets, and between Ryder's alley und ClifT street. The limits embraced by such assessment include all the several b< js?s and lots of ground, vacant lota, pieces ir.d parcels of land, sitcatsd on the southerly side of Fulton stroct ? No*. !M, 116, 98, 963a And 100; also, No*. 54, SC. W, 01) and ( i All persone whose interest# are affected by tLe above named assessments, and opposed to the Bame, or cither of them ' TttilinninA t n present their objections, in writing ^ ^XJ^SVd. 3 IS; ??5Vf fii'hcSS ut> *itbiu tLirt> d^,irua SAMUEL n. DE MOTT, 1 FRANCIS N 1CIIOLSON, > Assessor*. ISAAC WM. SMITH. J Office Bureau cf Assessments, Street Department, Sept. 8,1562. CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. ? TO COV trae tor*.? Scaled proposals will be received until Satur day, the 25th of September instaiA, at 3 o'clock, P. M., at which time they will be publicly opened, for the excavation, back filling, and ramming of trenches for six inch water pipes, to be laid at Harlem in the following streets :? 12mh street, west of Third avenue; avenue A, from 121st street to UPth street, and through 1 lbth street east to the marsh, being in the whole about 1.8U0 feet in length. The trenches to be dng in such part of the streets as the water purveyor may direct, to be five feet deep, eighteen inches wide at tiie bottom, two feet wide at the top. and to be kept clear until the pipes are laid, which will be done by men employed by this department; the contractor will then till in tlie trench in layers not exceeding nine inches in thickness, with good earth for the purpose, and ram each layer thoroughly. Offset trcnches will be required where branches are to 6e laid. Blank proposals will bo furnished at this office, and tenders must state the price per running foot for doing the work, including the cleaning of streets of all surplus earth to tho satisfaction of the water purveyor. Payment will be made for the work on the next regular pav day after its completion. The bids must in all things conform to tho cor poration ordinances regulating contracts, and bo endorsed as these ordinances require. NICHOLAS DF.AN, President of the Croton Aqueduct Department. New York, Sept. 15, lbS2. STREET DEPARTMENT? NO. 4 HALL OF RECORDS. ?Public notice is hereby given that the following peti tions have been presented to the Board of Aldermou:? To pave Nineteenth street, between the First and Second a\e nncs; to flag north sidewalk of Twenty-seventh street, from the Third avenne, so as to meet that which is good. A1 o, the following resolution:? To Hag a spaco six feet wi.le, through sidewalk west side of Fifth avenne, between Twou ty-flr?t and Twenty-second streets. All persons interested, having objections thereto, aro requested to prosent them in person to tho undersigned, at hi* office, on or before the lilst day of September next. JOHN T. DODCB. Sept. 16, 1862. Street Commissioner. TRKET DEPARTMENT? NO. 4 HALL OF RF.CORi'S. ? l'ublio notieo is hereby given that tho following peti tions havo been presented to the Ilnard of Assistant Alder men:? To (ill in certain lots north sido of Fortieth street, l.sO feet from Third avonue: to grade and flag southwest comer ol Ninth avi'Lue nnd Forty-second street; to reside and reset oerb and gutter in Forty-rtrst street, between Soe.md aud Third avenues. Also, the follow ;ai resolution:? To re grade ami re pave Sri'lng street, from Broadway to Crosby street. All person* interested, having objections th reto, are requested to present them in person to the undersigned, * at his offiuc, ou or b> fore the ?>th day of September next, JOHN T. DODUE, Street Commissioner. September 15, 1S62. C CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE iS > hereby Riven to the owner or owners, ocoupju. or no eupnnts, of all honses aud lots, Improved or unitnprovod lauds, affected thereby, that tho following assessments hare been eomplotod by the Assessors, and arelndred in the office of the Bureau of Assessments, for examination by all per sons interested, vis: ? For building a sewer in M'averly plsee, from Sixth avenue t? drove s'reet. The limits tm bruced by (ticli assessment incluiio all tho several house* and lot* of ground, vacant lot", pieces and pnreols of land, situated on both sides of Waved v place, from Sixth avenue to Crovo street., and on both side* of Gay and Factory streets, from IVaverly place to Christopher stroet. All per sons whose interests aro affectcd by the above name 1 as"ess merts, and who are opposed to the same, or eitlior of them, are rcquostod to present their objections, in writing, to the ".?u<ilTl2?5r'L *t thclf office. No. I Hallof Kcvcrdi, withm thirty daytlrou the date of this notice. 8AM L EL n. I)K MOTT, 1 FRANCIS NICHOLSON, > AtMMON. ISAAC WM. SMITH, J OTe# Bnresn of A*?esement?, btrvut Department, Sep tember 18, lbW. CORPORATION NOTICE-PUBLIC NOTICE IS IIERE by given to the owner or owners, occupant or occu pants of all houses and lot*, improved cr unimproved lands, affected thereby, that the following assessments have been ?ompleted by the Assessors, and are lodged in the otfioe of the Bureau of Assessments, for examination by all per*ons Interested, vis: ? For building a sewer in Cannon street, from the *ewer in Houston to near Stanton street. Thn limit* embraced byfsnoh assessment include nil the several houses nnd lot* of gronnd, vacant tots, pioees and parcels of land, situated on boih sides of Cannon street, from Houston to Stanton street. All perion* whose interest* are affected by the above named asscrsmont*, and who are opposed to tho same, or either of them, are requested to present thoir objections in writing, to th* undersigned, at their office, No. 4 IUU ul Records, within thiity days from the date of this s SAMUEL 11. DE MOTT. 1 FRANCIS NICHOLSON, J ISAAC WM. SMITH, J AlMMOrS. Office Bueau of Assessments, Street Department, Sept. 16.JWX CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. -TO MASONfl. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Croton Aqueduct Department (Rotunda, Park,) until Mon day, the 27th day of September, 1S62, at 3 o'clock, P. M., to build n sewer with flie neoeisary receiving basin* and cul verts, in Lannns street, from the Canal street sewer about two hundred and eighty-five feot northerly. The plan of tlie sewer and apeolllc&tions for tho building of th* same, aud all other information relating thereto can be obtained on appli cation to the water Purveyor, at this office. _ NICHOLAS DEAN, New YorkT^ept^lS^Mei ^*r0'0B A(lu#<lu(!l Department. CORPOBATIOK NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTK3E IS hONbr liven, that a Mtition ha* been presented In the Board of Aldermen, for a lower in Seventeenth street, from Avenne D to the East river, ud also In Christopher street, from Greenwich avenue to the river. AU person* Interested in the above, and haying objections thereto, are requested to present the same la writing, to the Contract Clerk, at his office, ?? or before Mth lust. ? , . . . _ NH HOT.AU DEAN, rreeident. Croton Aqeedoct Department, Sept. 1ft, im | CORPORATION IWllCEIi CORPORATION NOTIUB.-HIJBI.IC NOTICB IS hereby rtt"n to the owner or ownars, ueoupnnt or osen pult, of all honaca acid lots, Improved or unimproved i lauds, kifeelcd thereby. that the lullowiig assessments hive I boon completed by the af.sessori', and arc lodged lii tnc ollae ; of the Korean of Assessments, for anamination by all persons ; interested, vis : ? For fencing vacant lota on Twenty- uintA I and Thirtieth streets, and on Fifth and Madison avennes. The limits embraced by suuh aaaeieiment include all th? several houses and lota of ground, turn lots, pieoes and parcels of land, situated on the easterly aide of Filth ave nue, between Twenty-ninth and n.irti.itli streets, and on the southerly aide of Thirtieth street, ward Nun. .1,4.12 to .1,4-H). All persons whose int?r??ta aro affected by the above uaaid assessments, and who ar? opposed to the same, or either of theni, are requested to present thoir objactioaa, in writing, to lh? undersigned. at their otlioe, No. 4 llaU of Record*, within thirty dava from the date of thia notiufi SAMUEL II. UK UOTT, | FRANCIS NICHOI.SON, > Amhoh. ISAAC Win. SMITH. J Office Uum.t. pi Assessments, Street Department, Sept. lfl, 1862. _ CORPORATION NOTICE.? PtJB LI C NOTICE 18 haraby given, that a petition baa been preaeatod in the Boasd of Aldermen, for a Sewer in Bilberry street, fro* Cross to Chatham street. Alao, in Twenty-aimth atreet, be tween Lexington and Third avenues. And, also, for a Re solving Baain and Culvert at the north-east oornar of Tenth street and Ponrth aveiine. All persons interested in the ?bove. and having ejections thoreto, are requested to pre sent tha xatua in writing to the Contract Clerk, at thiaolBce, in or before the 20th toi>t. NICHOLAS DKAN, President of the Croton Aqueduot Department. New Vnrfc. Rapt. H, CORPORATION N O T I C E.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS hereby given to the owner or ownera, occupant or oc cupants of all liousos and lota, improved or unimproved lands, affected thereby, that tho following assessments have been completed by the assessors, and aro lodged in the otBse of the Bureau of Assessments, for examination by all per sons interested, vi? Fur fencing vacant lota on north ride of Twenty-fifth street, betweon Seventh and Eighth avenues. Tha liisits embraced by such assessment include all tha ?ovcral houses and lots of ground, vacant lota, pieoes and parcels of land, situated on the northerly side of Twenty fifth street, ward Nos. 3.987 to 3,060. All persona whose in terests nre cflfeeted by the above named assessments, and who are opposed to tho same, or eltherof them, aro requested to present their objections, in writing, to the undersigned, at their office, No. 4 llall of Records, within tuirty days from the date of thia notice. R VMHF.L n. I>R MOTT, "1 FRANCIS NICHOLSON, }AMMSCrS. ISAAC W.M. SMITH, J Office Bwvm ol Assessments, Street DcpLrtment, Sep tember 16, 1W2. CROTON AQUEDUCT DEPARTM EMT.? TO MASONS.? Soalcd proposals . till be received at the olftoe of the Croton Aqueduct Department. (Rotunda, F irti ) until Monday, the 2l*h dry 'if September. at 3 o'clock, P. M.r to build tho nccesaary lloeoiviliK ;ia?iua and Culvert*, in Rim street, at tho corners of White ,?nd IV alitor -tree's. Iti? plan of the work and speoirtcatioin lor the building ef the tamo, aud all other information relating thoreto, oan bo attained on application to the Water Purvyor. at his ofttoa NICHOLAS DKAN, President of the Croton Aqueduct Department. Wow Terlt, Sept. 10, i t:i CO It !' O RATION NOTICE ?PUBLIC NOTICE IS hereby given, that a resolution has been presented in the Bouid i f A fistun t Aldermen, for the const ruction of tin) neeossary loci iviog basins and oulvcrts.it the inter nation of Fourteenth street anil K>r t avomic. AM persons intcrosted in tho al ovc, and having objections thereto, are requested to present the seme in ? ntiug, to the Coutraut Clerk, at his olhee, 011 cr before the ?'.'th inst. NICHOLAS TIE AN, President. Croton Aqneiiiiet Dtpartiuent, Sept. IS, 1HS2. Department of. repairs and supplied September 17th, 18,"j2. ? To limldcrs. ? Scaled propo-:ila willle received at the olllee of the ('ommlssioners of l-> pairs and Supplies, No. I New City IT all, until Tuesday, September iS-th, at twelve o'clock M.. at which time they wjUliC publicly opened, (in accordance to the ordinao. c CTiyrcTor.) for the erection of a bulUlmj; corner of Attorney sod Delnney streets, for the use of the Thirteenth district Police, lluho Coin pan v No. 4, and linfine Company No. 41. And alao for tho eroeiion of a building in Anthony stre< t, for the use of Engine Company No. 21 aud Hp so Company No. "5. Iluildors will estimate lur the mason and carpcuter work for each building, separately. The plans and tpeciu cations of the Buildings reqnirod, and all information in 10 fi tr >1 thereto, ?nn ho laid nt the nlfloe of Siipcrindent of iic palrs to Pul lic Bnildings, No. | ?? Elizabeth street. Blank estimates can be had at tither otflee. N. II. ? Tho Cominis sinner rcservt s tho right of rejecting *11 or any of the esti mates, if dci mod fur tho interest ul the Corporation. V? h. A1>AMS, Commissioner cf Repairs and Supplies. onv GOODS. Cloaks and mantillas.? every novelty ix the above named articles, personally sullectod by tlie tubacriber in Paris, is now ready, at the Parts Mantilla Em porium, ,"fil Brc adway, t > which the attention of ladios is rosrcclfully ih-ited. \i?o a sj-lennid variety of India, China, Freuoh and ether Shawln and a rioh assortment jI fancy Fu,? arriving by every at \mer. GEO. BULPIN. | New yot?k linen iiall. broadway,) fovr doora r.i in Spriug street.)? In than kin* our numerous kind frien. ho haw so liberally supported us during (onr first.) the < ast season, wo beg to inform them and tl.e public at lai '.hat wo have completed our fall importa tions, and k. as heretofore, an immense variety of Liuen goods (only ) to offer them, which wo warrant as usnal, o be of tho bert and purest fabric, having been manufactured by our orders, e.xprcs'lv for this establishment. And in ad dition to our stoclt of Sheeting", tails l.iuen, table CloMis, ifome of n hioh aro really boautiful. ) pillow Llucn, naphins, oylies, towcllinge. rtair era^hca, shirtings, Jfce., tic., ? have imported largely ol Tranch bhirt frcnts, pl.'.in, printnd and ! embrelilered. Alao, Krcnoh oamhrio handkorchicfs, for la dies and gentlemeu, in plain, priuttd, eiubroiuertd, and la,? borders, to whiib we solicit yunr attention. JOHN DAVIS *t CO. ! EHBUOIDF.niES.-WB HAVE OPrNED TEN CAKFS of new ilBil>roiiUrion, per "Arctio ' and "Europft' ? Novel design* in Sleeves, Osborne Collf.ra, Alboui Ilabit.t, Linen Embrcidcrcd IlandUerc biers, Laoe and ilunlin Robes, fee., &o. Ciu > %? ipe wholesale tmYenjCl theUnicJl ere respectfully eoiicit.,,,1 tn inspect this extensive aaailicS I to onr stock. JOUN lilCGlNd hi CO.. ? Itroad itrect. \ NEW SIl'LBS CLOAKS AND VlAN l lLLAfi.-O M ' Wedr.oml.iy, PcBtcirbcr ICtli, we s:.t!l exhilnt otir IkII ftyle* Cloaks, ?i an tills., Me., iw.leot^d ja Paris e.\pr? s?l> !? r 1 our city trade. Alio, ir. addition 0Dr own importation;!, ws h*vo iust rect. ved in a good assortment of f ? Silk* and rioh drees goo^ ? pnrohased *t auction, which u' s ' offered at a srarll s ^Tftlu.e- ?nr retail stoek of flco got'dl fully equal* in jf ^ d"ee not surpass, ar.y tu ti e | TIFFANY St CUTTING, 311 Broadway. I Fink india shawls.? an invoice received in stolre this day, in value from throe to eight hundr it , dollar! each, just imported, among which are seme ol ti,? p.ust beautiful ever exhibited in thin eity. TIFFANY to CUTTING, S21 Proadwaj. j 'PITUS b CORNELL, MANUFACTURERS OF TIN X Toy*, of every variety, fancy japanned Tin Wa-?, planished Tobaeeo lioxes am! Spectacle Caecs. and all kind* of pressed ware. Office and sample room, 37 John ihMt, near Nassau street. SPORTIJIU. Mansion house, hobokf.n-by david pot. look.? Gibson, the oulv r< al performer of Herculean pedestrian feat?. ha? n> w walked 710 hours, aud completed 88a miles. Ne W believe. Autaiesiou, free. SPORTING.? MICKEY FRF. R. THE GREAT IRISH Pedestrian, who is walking 1,000 mil< ?< in I.IKXt snccessiv e hours, at the Tluiti'htd Cotta*'.-. Jersey City. is now in I , a fourteenth day. Hud has walkc d 330 mile*. Mickey offers a reward of S1,|0 to any person * I o j row* he does nut walk a luile in each hour. Admission frc . SPORTING DOGS FOR SALE? A PAIR OF WAR. ranted, well i-roken setters, dog and pint; dog jet black, slut liver and white. May he bad on trial, if roqufrcd. Al?". a pair of Alpine mastiffs, four months old. Inquire at j.iS Water ?trcet. HATS AND CAPS. Hats, caps, and straw coods.-starr, son m Co., (late Maltby and Starr.) 147 Water street, ? W holesale manufacturers of, and dealers in, Hats, Caps.and Straw Goods, of the latest fashions, and of every variety, suitablo for Southern, Western, eity, and oountry trade. The attention ol owb and tine buyers are respootfully soli cited. HOUSES, ROOMS, ETC., WANTED, Apartments wanted, by tiie ist of novf.v ber, consisting of parlor, dining room, and bedroom, with closet* and Croton, and kitchen on the second floor. Must be lueatnd not above Union s<iuare. or b< low lionet u street. A| ply to C. >)., Post Office, box ,'(,4;i2. J .BURNISHED nous* WANTED UNTIL FIRST OF . liny, west of I r> mlwny and betwoen Thirtieth and For tleth streets, w ith modern improvements. Rent not to ex ceed $MX>. Address I mi 'I. HT7 Post otfteu. HORS F.S WANTED. ? A FINE SADDLE nORSP, about 18} , hands hl.-'i, and a moderately fast travoller. A lit, oral price will bo given for one that has' been used by a gentleman, mid can be warranted free from faults ? kind, Ke. It in 'i ?pnn, mitlit buy Imth if desirable, with haruct", i^.e. Addtec, C., Ilox 2,07.t, Post office. H;OUi K WANTED-IN BROOKLYN, ?Y A FAMILY - of fonr |" rions, (no children,) on a leate of two and a half years. Kent not to exceed Si'si. One not quite finished, giving the tenant an opportunity to have a ranee and ot'ur una!! lr.Mteri to hit liking, would bo preferred. Addruss, (pre-paid,) itatiug all particulars, JUL. B. U , Brooklyn Post o Ace. NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM JWANTFD, WITH breakfast, botwesn kor and Tenth street, wet of and near Broadw ay. Address, stating teruis, inatiou, 6.C ., R. W., box 1,133, Pott Office. The uri'FR part of a nous? wanted? con sieting ol about lonr rooms, in the upper part of the | eity. Kent must b# moderaU. Address C. ?., at tho Ucrald office. WANTfP-A GENTFEL TWO STORY HOUSE, FROM Ist of October next until May 1st. The house muct not be higher up town than Spring street, and in the itntr.e diate vicinity of P.roadway. Rent nvtto exceed $loU vl $MKl. Address. A. M. W., Urral'i office. WA- ; 1 It TO LEASE? A HOUSE ABOUT TwTviV , feet front, with modern improvements, situated be tween Eighth and Twenty-third streets, and Fourtii and Sixth avct.nes. Address box 7?', lower Post ofl?f, Wamip-mm in all family, wi+ttott f dr^n, part of a modern b^;,t house, oonculing of front and back parlors, bedroom, kitchen, &,e., in a pleaiant loe i tlon near liroaJway, between Houston and F.|j;hWn?>\ streets. AddressJ. It. G. I.., Croniea office, K7 Cedar street. WANT ID TO HIRE? A~lfO USE IN A CENTRAL* LO < at , on. with the modern improvements, suitable f.<r a first class boarding house. Address, B. D., Uerald office, stating terms and location^ WANTED TO BUY OR LEASE-A MODERN SIZED house, above Houston street, and below Tenth street, i within two blocks of Broadway. Possession given this fail. I Address, for two days, E. S. P., Broadway Post Office. AOKNCY. riio nous* AGENTS AND OTHERS.? THE A?YF,R JL tlser, wishing to extend his business, would lik* to pur chase the geod will of an kgenoy for letting houses, fcc.; or would liberally pay any person who would, by his influence, nasist him to vet a few mor* houses to superintend. Addre.s, Agent, Herald office. riTo LANDLORDS AND LESSEES.-TnOSE WISHING A to let their houses, will find it to their advantage to call on E. B. KEN SU I HER, 319 Fourth avtnne, who ia obliged to turn away applicants, in numbers, for want of houses to supply them. His charges for disposing of houses, to good tenants, is lower than any other in the eity. Office hoars, 8tol>.M.; it?7f.ll. W ORTHI NOTION O. fcNETHIN CONTINUES TO " practiea law im the Supreme Court? to attend to ?mm before LongraM? to prosecute elaims and aettle acoomnta against the Departments and Boards of Cosamisstoner?-to Crocure patent* at horn* and abroad? to obtain pensions and onnty land?-t? eolleet debta. dividend*, legacies and in herit anees, In any part of the IJniUd States, and In foreign eoun tries? to make investmsnta of had* in loon* and ttosks, and on bond and mortgage, and to n ego tint* the pnreha** and sale of loan*, lands, and patent right*. In any State of th* Union. Particular attention paid to California land title eases coming np to th* United States Supreme Court on appeal. Communieatlon*, pre-paid, addreeeed to W. 0. Bnetben, No. 8 Carroll pise*, Capitol Bill, Washington, D. C , ?iliv*etW)th prompt attention. SIUPPUVO. FOB LI YHR POOL? UNITED STATES MAIL 8T1AM ?hip ARCTIC. Captain Jiwi 0. f.ue?.? Thl* stoamar Kill with th* Umud States Mill for ??rope. poai tivsly am Saturday. Stptemher IH, at twolv* o'clock, It., from her berth at th* foot of Canal street. No berth* se cured till paid tor. For freight or having nue uaaU?d aceomm.idatious (or eteganoe and oinufort, aoely to Kit'#. K. COLLINS It CO., Hi Wali *tre*t. FUN nfer* are requested to be ou board ?t h *ir put slevo* A. M. The steamship k'aciflo will sueoeed the Areti*, ?od will Mil ou the 2d October. FOH SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRK-THI UNITED State* mail steamship HUMIIOLDT, D. Line*, Com mandv. will leav* for Havre, touching At Southampton, to land the mail* and ptmnnri. on Saturday, September JS, at 12 e'eloek, from pier Ne. i North river. Pnoe of pa*? *ag?: ? First cabin, $13), *e?ond cabin, $70. hnnue hot waited daring the voyage should be sent on boara the day before sailing, marked "below." N. B.--No merehaadiee will be reoelvtd on board after Tbnr*day, September XL Tot freight or pa**ag* apply to MORTIMER LIVINGSTON, M Broadway^ Tiib newyork and livrrpool united states Mail Steamer*.? The *hip* composing Uu* bu* are the following : ATLANTIC. Captain Wert. PACIFIC, Captain Nye. A ROTH?, Captain Ln*e. BALTIC, Captain Coinatoek. ADRIATIC. Captain OraHon. TT>e*e rbip* having been built by contract exrreaely for government n rvi^a, every oaro ha* koen taken in their *on rtm ctlon ? a* in their engine*? to *n*nre strength and *p*ed, and their ace niuiailatlo** for passenger* are unequalled for eleganee and ooinfort. Prioe of pauage from New York to Liverpool, is tr?t ea kin. $130; >n second eabiu, $70. Kxclorive utre ?f extra mie ?tate room, $300. From Liverpool to New York, X10 and ?23 An experienced surgeon attaehed to *aob ?bip. No berth* *eonred nntil paid for. moMiui Dim or sailm*. From New York. From Liverpool. Saturday, Sept. 19 W1 Wednesday, Pept. S3 Do. Oet. 2 " Do. Oct. 0 " Do. Oet. 16 " Do. Oct. 20 ?' Do. Oot. SO .... *? Do. Nov. 3 " Do. Nov. 13,. ... " Do. Nov. 17 " Do. Nov. 27 " Do. Dee. I " Do. Deo. II " IK>. Dee. 18 " Do. Dee. 26 " Do. Dee. A) " fvr freight or passage, apply to ROWAKD K. COLLINS * CO , S6 Wall *tw et, S. Y. BROWN, SHIPLEY Si <'<)., Liverpool S. O. ROKKRTS & CO., 13 King"* trnis Yard, linden. JOHN 11 UN ROE &. CO., 26 Hue Notre Dam* do* Viotoire*, Paris: or. GEO. II. DRAPER, Havre. The owner* of these ships will not ho aeecontaMo for p M, silver, bnlllon, specie, jewolry, nroeiouu stones, or motitlp, aniens hills of turfing are sigooil thorefor aud the value hereof therein ex preyed. New your and havre stkam navigation Company.? The llnitpfl States Mail Steamers. the KRANRLIN, J. A. Wotton, ootumand?r, and the flUM HOLDT, D. Lines, eomuio.Mder, will leavo New York, llavro, and Southampton, ?>'? tlie year t8i>2, on the follow ing days I.EAVr !V(W YOtlB. J.KAVIT HAVbK. TTumholdt, " Sept. IS Hnmholdt, " Oet. ZJ Franklin. " Oct. u3 Yi'aiiUllu. " Nov. ii-I Humboldt, " Nov. 20 Humboldt, " Deo. '<U Franklin, " Doo. 18 ('rauklin, " Jan. 13 '53 Tl>e?e ntsaroora, hnilt expressly for government norvice. of 2,81 *) t.'ns burthen eaoh, are not anrpassod cither for speed, iitrungtli or oemfort, by auy vemelu afloat. Thoir aoeom modal iona for pa???n*ers are of the most approved kinds. Stopping at Southampton, both going and rot'irnlng, they offer to passen^ors proceeding to London, advantages over any other line in the economy of both time and inouuy. Price of pantage from New York to ijouth&ioptoa or Havre $130 From Havre or fonthampton to Now Y^rfc f. H6U N o past ago eccurcd until paid fcr. An vitetienoed Sur geon on board. Fox frffi*ht fit pftM&f a, apply to tKlRTIMKK LlVIN'UaroW, Ageat, 53 Broadway. WILLIAM 1SKI.1N, Havre. M AKVIN K A U CRQSKEY h CO.. Bontbampton. _ PACKETS FOR HAVRE.-- SECOND LIN*.? THE FOL lowing ships will leive Huvrd on tL* ltith, and N*w York on the 1st of oaob month : ? From New York. From navre. Ship ST. PUNTS, 1 Jan. 1 Feb. 10 l.UOO tons hurthun. J May 1 .lane 16 Ali 'ito Follanshre, mnsier. ) Sep. 1 Ootr. lit Ship ST. NICHOLAS, ] Pol 1 M'roh Ifl 1,000 tons burthen, > Jtinel July 16 Ji'hn llragdon, mastor. J Oot. 1 Nov. 16 Now ship MERCURY, \ Mar. 1 April 16 MOO tons burthen, > July I Ang'tld R. D. Conn, maator. J Nov.l Do?'rl6 Ship WILLIAM TELL, \ Apr 1 May lrt (new) 1,200 tons burthen, > Aug.l Sop** 16 John Willard, mastor, J Dco.l Jan. 16 They arc all first elfins New York built ships, provided with all requisite artinles tor the comfort and convenience of pas sengers, and ooiniuanded by men of experience in the trade. The price of pas:<af O is $100. without vines or liquors. Uoodl Sent to the subscriber* will be forwarded free from any i barge* but those actually incurred. BOYD fe lilNCKEN, Agents, 164 Pearl street. Reduction in tares between piiiladel phia and Liverpool.? The Liverpool mi Philadelphia Steamship Company intend sailing their new *teain*Lips u follows mOM VHII.APRT T'HT A. City of Manchester Satnrrtay, Sept. 4 City of Glasgow . . ..Saturday, Ool. 2 I ItOM L- V EDIOOb. City of Manchester Wotlnesday, Aug. 11 City of Glasgow Wednesday, Sept. f City of llanolienti-i Wednesday, 8ept. 2/ City of Glasgow Wednesday. Oct. iff Tiatos of paMvc from Ptiilndolphia : ? Saloon iu after state rooms, $'.K) ; in n:Mship state room*. $(IA ; in forward state rooms, $/<6? inoludmg provisions aud steward's leer For freight or passage, apply to TiJOUAB BICIJA RDSON, 41 Exchange place, N. Y , or No. 6 Walnut street, Philadelphia. A limited nnmber of third ola<? passengers will b?? taker, $20 from Philadelphia, and $30 troin Uverpool ? found with provitions. New york Am alabama steamship cow IWJ.? Fiji Mobile stopping at Havana, the new side whc?r:W&SJ?htp PI-A'Ji WARRIOR^ JAM, W. -MswUMa. U. S5. *?.. (iiu.i'.iu*"?, will above'sporu, from the pier toot of Ifurrison street, North river, on Saturday, So, Uni.'.or 25th, at IJ o'clock precisely. Passage, $H6. t rc.gnt on measurement: goods, 30 oonta per cubic loot. Frolpht for Now Orlca-is delivered freo of evtra ehargo. No freipht taken to llr.vaua but spv le. No freight received on tailing dajr. LIVINGSTON, CROCHEKON Ht CO., 31 Broadway. IT N TIED STATr:S MA II. STKAMSniP COMPANY? / connecting v*ilh the Paoifio Mail Stcainnl.ip Company.? Only through United States Mail Line lor California and Oregon, via Aspinwall and Panama. The splendid new ani ijoulio engine U. S. Mail steamship ILLINOIS, the I**le*t steamer in the world, 2.500 tons burtbon. II. J. Hartstene, L'. 8. Navy, commander, will nail on Monday. Sept. 3U, at 2 o'clock, P.M., precisely, from pier at the root of Warren street. North river. The I'aciflo Mnil Steamiliip Company'! magnificent, ttoamor GOLDEN OATE. Carlisle P. Patter son, U. S. Navy, Commander, will be in readiness at Pana ma to receive trie Illinois mails, and 4&1I immediately for San Francisco. No efforts will he spared on the pari of the Com panies to send their passengers through with upeditiua, comfort, and safety. R AT.:* OP rot TO Ainstui. I.adiet Saloon, State Room ?? Lower Aft and Forward Salooo, do M Second Cabin Standees 45 Steerage ?% Passengers will be landed at the railroad wharf, at Atpin wsll, free. TTaniit of the Isthmus at the Bjnse. Powers securing tatcs Mail steamers from Nev commodation on board the Pacific Mail Steamers. Rates of Fare from Panama to San Pranoisco on the most fHvorable terms. For freight or passage, apply to Charles A. Whit ney, at the office of the Companies. 177 West street, corner of Wan-en street. N.B.? Shippers are requested to rnpply themselves with the Companies Bills of Lading, which will be nigned at the office, between the hours el 10 and 1 o'clock. e Isthmus at the passengers e? through paseoge by the United New York, have preferei.^e of ao VANDERBILT LINE FOR ?AN FRANCISCO.? THE orly line giving tickets for erosains the Isthmus. The double engine steamship NORTHERN LIGHT, ? orly powerful -> rjui t.M 2,600 ti ns, will leave from pier No. 2 North rlvor. at three o'clock. P. M., precisely, on Monday. September A), for Saa Juan del Norto, connecting with the Pacific stewnor over the Nioaragna transit route, having but twelve miles of land trnnsportation. These steamer* are unrivalled in their arrangements and ventilation. Passengers can rely upon lining through with the utm'.ot despatch. Por passage or information, appljr only, to V. B. ALLEN, Agent, No. V Bat tery place, up etairs. US. MAIL 8TEAMSHIP COMPAN V.-FOR NEW OR ? luans, via llavara.? The splendid steamship CRES CENT C1TV, D. O. Porter. U. S. N? Commander, will sail from the pier at tlio footof Warren street, N. R., on Monday, Sep'. 27th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., precisely. Rates of passage loll.iv^na and New Orleans, new arrangement: ? Alter Sa loon IJerths, ISO; Steerage Bertha, $J6. Specie only taken cn freight to Havana, f reight taken to New Orloan* at 30 eents per onhio foot. Shippers of frni;;ht, are ronuested to supply themselves with the company'* bills of lading, which may fe had on application at thei ffi, e. No other form will be signed. No hills of ladini; xiguud after the ship has sailed. For freight or passage, apply to U. i). ROBERTS, No. 177 Wost street, ? corner of Warren street. NEW TORE AND 8AN FRANCISCO STEAMSHIP Line.? Through to San Francisco at rodtieel rate*.? Vo detention on the Isthmus.?1 The new and spl ndid eteainsnip St KKRA NEV ADA, J, Dayton Wilson, Commander.lwill leave New York for Aspiuwall, Navy Bay, on Thursday, 3eptemter 23, at 3 P. M., precisely, eonueoting \t Panama with the new douhle-engiini steamship CORTES, eiglit??a hnndred ton*. Thrmas M. Croiper, Commander, wiiioh ; ?teamshlp leaves Panama ou tho arrival of the panengeri I by the UNITED STATES, for San Francisco, without stop- 1 ping at intermediate ports. This Line has never failed to ' eenneet at I), e appointed time. These vessels in accommo dations, ventilation, speod, and safety, are unsurpassed. An ! experienced Phynioian is attaohed to each steamer. Paa- I ?enters wlil disembark alongside the wharf at Aspinwall. ; and take the Paiema Railroad. Apply to DA V IS, UROORg . It CO.. General Agents, UK Reaver ?t., New York. or to JONES fc JOHNSON, 104 West street, corner of Liberty struct. The stesmshlp UNITED STATES, again leaves New York ' en Satnrday, i?,th October, to connect as above, at Panama, with the favorite "learner WINFIEI.D POOTT.' 'Ihe^II RRA NEVADA, will sail aga'n 01) Ti'esda* 19th Ottober, connertinr at Panama witl^ lbc hew i-nJ splendid ?teamship City of i' ttuburgb. X^MPIRE CP. Y ]. I NE.? THROUGH TO SAN FRAN . **-apwd rates, via Aspinwall and Panama. The splendid 'cable engine steamship SIERRA NEVADA, 1,W? tons burthen. J. Davtun Wilson, Esq., commander, will leave for A spin wall direct, on Thursday, the 'i5d Senterober, from her pier, N'o. 3 North river, at three o'clock rreoiiely. The Sierra Nevada will connect with the New York and Sun Fraa< i?eo Ptcamrl ip Llne'i steamer* at Panama, a* advertiaed hy said company in another column, so that na* r-ii(C*ra are guaranteed a through passnie, by steamstiir* unriii'' iseed for spood, ventilation, aud Aooontmodatioa. For lreicht or pa*?ag> apply J. II OWJ ARD fc SON, 54 Broadway. PIONEER LINE OF AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. FOR Mclhnnire, Port Philip, and Sydney. The aohle and real tlippor *hip ON ECO, Captain Drew, will (ncceed the Ocean Eagle, M fourth ?hlr of thia line, and sail punctually on the llJtn of October. The manner in which the ships of this line have been provisioned and fitted out, has established for them a preference over all others, even at higher rate*. Thl? ehip i* guaranteed superior. In every respect, to all cthtr* now advertised for A nitralia in thi* port. Aae*ro rieneed surgeon and proper attendants provided. 1 or or'^w"* (SfflS V** 10 JOilM UUDKN, Ii? Wall *treet, ArSTRALIA.-DOLPHIN CLIPPER LINE. FOR PORT Philip direct.? The beantiful cliprer DOLPHIN. Oeorge A. Triardy Commander, now rradv for sea. positively sail* thi* week for the above port. A ft w more passenger* can bo accommodated with state room* or single berth*, if early ap plication be made on board. Pier II, North rirer, . foot of C'arliil* *treet, or to Bl'TLKR BROTHERS, 1M Sonth ?treet. N. B.? All pereon* having bill* of lading are re qneited to lend them ia at oaoe, for denature, to Ue offieo of the *nbscriber*. 1?OR AUSTRALIA.? SHIP LADY ARABELLA. CAPT. JT Grant, at pier ? North river, can take a few more pateenger* If immediate application I* mad*. PaeMagon will all be on board on Tuesday neat, the lift last., at if o'clock, M. Apply oa board or to " E. B. SUTTON, H Wall it*ee>.. For norfole, Petersburg, and Richmond.? The United State* Mail Steamchip ROANOKE, Lewie Parrish, commander, will Uave pier No. 13, North River, oa Saturday, September IS, at 4 o'clock P. M. Bill* of ladlaa tilled only on board. For frej^ht^oyM?*^*^ayly to Mo. tie Float itfoet, aoM OU ai'p. B amuuuubjvts. OWIITT TIT EATRE.? DOORS OPEN AT?; CVR ? lain rieea at 7J? o'eloek. Saturday evening, Sept. IS, will be pcrfurm?d. IMZARRO. Holla Mr. E. way Iftrt Mi?? E. Raymond. Til K BOTTLE I Ml'. _ Albeit Mr. J. Dunn | l.ucretia Mr*. lIoBgb BURTON'S THEATRE, CIIAMBRRS STREET.? BOORS open at 7; to eomme nee at 7>? o'clock. Saturday cveuing Sept. 18. will bo performed NOVEL EXPEDIENT. Harry Damon ?*? ?*?** Charlo* Moore Mr. C. Fi*her Maria Miw Weatoa U)VE'8 FRAILTIES. Squire Belgrade. . Mr. Norton I Susan Groenwoll.MiaaWeaton Jotn Mr. flclman J "*j Morton. ..Mra. Bernard 014 lireenwell. ...Mr. Russell | Dame Mortou Mra. Djdtt MISCHIEF MAKING. Henry Deagri*. ,.Mr. llolman I J arourtte Mis* Lawaon Dovetail Mr. Johnston | Lquik) Mia* Mortimer National theatre, Chatham street.-doors open at7; anrtaia phi at. 7 Si o'clock. 1 Saturday evening. Sent. IH, will be performed, I11NKS, THE BAGMAN. EvelatMm* on the Tight Rope by Moa*. Leon Javclli, hit. THE MILLERS. BLACKSMITH OF ANTWERP. METROPOLITAN HALL. -MADAME ALBONI, with mnch bIomuw, runpcotfully iooouoooi (# til# public that (be will give a GRAND CONCERT, ON TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 21, HUB, ton thi ?*Nerir or the WIDOW AND (Hi I'll A.N FUND or TNI NEW YORK FIRE DEPARTMENT, Ppon wbieh oeeaaloa Madame Alboni will be a**i*ted by SJGNOR ROVERE, SJGNOR SANGIOVANNt, S1GN0R ARDITI, and a Full Oroheatra aud Grand Cberut, PROGRAMME. FART 1. 1. Cavatiaa? Oberon Weber 2. Duetto from Italiftoa in Algeri? " Si doe??i prender moglio," aung by Sig. Sangiovauui and Sig. Rovere ...Roeeini 3. Oavutiua? " Una vooe poca fa." from the Bar biure, rang by Madame Alboni Rosaini 4. Serenata from Don I'a?'|ualo ? "Cora 'e gontil," rung by Sig. Sanginvanni and Chorua Doniietti 8. Aria bnlfa from the Cenerentola? " Mioi ram 0. Grand variation* ? ''Ah dolce," auugby Madame Albvui, and eumpoaod by Rhode FA HT II, 7. Ovrrtnro? Zampa llerold 8. Duettino from Cenerentola? " Un soave" aung bv Madame Alboni and Sig. Rovtre Roaoinl 9. Grand chnrua, compoicd by Verdi 10. Teraetto froin the Barbiere, sung by Madame Alboni, Sig. Rovorc, and Sig. Sangiovanni. . . . Rotaiol 1). Grand Rondo from Cenerentola? " Na?i|ui all 'affano," rang hy Madame Alboni and Choma. Rossini Ticket* Ono Dollar Reserved Seata, Two Dollars. To he had of the Officer* ( I the Fire Department, or ?f the Representative*, and at ? lie principal Muaio Sti roa. Tho Reserved So.its. priae Two l?> llara. can be secured only at tho Musio Store of Wa. Hall St Son, 2?'W Broadway. Last concert but one of tiir series.? met. rcpolitan Hull. MADAME MARIETTA ALBONI respectfully announces that her FIFTH CONCERT will take plaeo oa FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, lft>2. when abe will repeat, by particular desire, RHODHS* CELEBRATED VARIATIONS. MADAME ALBONI will be awiietcd by SIGNOR ROVERE, SIGNOR SANGIOVANNT. SIGNOR ARDITI, and a full Orchestra, and the ITALIAN OPERA CHORUS. Ticket*? Reserved Beats, price $2, to be had of W. Hull Ai Sona, Broadway, eorner "f Park I'lace. Ticket* to all other parti* of the honae, price one dollar, fur * liieh a oerti f eatc for a ?uat will bv given, at Jollie'e Mmio Store, J") Br< ad way. Doera open at half-past C, conccrt to cemmenre at 8 o'clock. Free *<lmi**lnna are auapended except only tn the Pros*. The public are cautioned againtt purehaaiug ticket* iu the Me et or outaide the Hall. ____ CHRISTY'S OPERA HOUSE, NO. 472 BROADWAY, above Grr.nd street.? Open every night during the wooh. Under the sole direction and personal aupervialna of E. P. Christy, whose eoucerta, in this eity, for the paat BIX YEARS, have been received with favor by highly re ape o table and faahionable andionoea. Tiuketl, 21 eeat*. Door* open at 7; eommenoe at 8 o'clock. BARNDM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM.? P. T. BARNUM, Manager and Proprietor, John Greenwood, Jr., Axsintant ilanager; C. W. Clarke, Director of amuKoments.? The great l'riic Drama of the ORPHAN'S DREAM, will be prodiieed tbia evening at 7^ o'clock, and also thin afternoon at .'lo'cl'k. Admittance to the llu.teuui aud the entertainment* 2i eent*. ORPHAN'S FESTIVAL ? CASTLE CARDKN.? THE annnal featlval at Caatle Garden, for the benefit of the Roman Catholic Orphan Aaylum, will take place on Tueaday evening, 2lat iait. The programme of entertainment* ha* been prepared with great care, and every arrangement made to conduce to thooomfert and amnaeinent of viaitere. 1 1 id hoped that the gnneroua patronage extended oa aimilaf Cornell n*, heretofore, will not be now withdrawn. ASTUOIXKJY. LIFE'S DIFFICULTIES. Life iK at heat a vule of tears. But those who in the coming years On sec (heir map of life displayed. By moons of ROBACK'S ma#ic uid, ('an many a threatened evil shun, Reading the futnre ai they run. By all tlia signs that Earth ami Heaven Ah Time's Interpreted have given, lie read* the secrete of the poet. Tiie futore too, before him catt, It* evil and iti good reveal*. Ami all its myaterica untenlf ; If debt, or love, or fraud, or pnin, Tho fear of loan, the love of gain, Mueeeaa in life, or any plr.n, To benefit your feiiow mnn. Your anxioue '."nought* and hf'pc* (?!>?*??. F?ok ROBiOK. Sweden's prophet sage ; ror thq nativities hfdr.iwi ,J\ transcripts from Truth's shining laws ?<YHten in lustrioua words on high Upon the volume of the sky. Hr. C. W. ROI1ACK mny bo consulted rt all hours at hil residence No. ti White street. Full nativities? Gentlemen tb ; ladies SHIPPING. Tiie britisii and north american royal Mail Steamship? Between New York and Liverpool direet, and between Boston and Liverpool, the Boston snip* only calling at Halifax to land and receive nails and pa tenters. ARABIA, Capt. . PERSIA, Capt. , AFRICA, Cart. Harriaon. ASIA, ('apt. Zudkins, EUROI'A, Capt. Lost. NIAGARA, Capt. Stons, AMERICA, Capt. Shannon. CANADA, Capt. Lang. CAMBRIA, Cart. Leitch. The** vessels carry a eltar white light at mainmast head, green on the starboard, red on port. Europa, New York, Wednesday, 23d September. Niagara, Boston, Wednesday, 29th September, Africa. New York, Wednesday, Cth October. Canada, Boston, Wednesday, 1.1th October. Asia. New York, Wednesday, 20th October. America, Boston, Wednesday, 27th October. Enropa, New York, Wednesday, 3d November. Niagara, Boston, Wednesday. Kith November. Africa, New York, Wednesday, 17th November. Canada, Boston, Wednesday. 24th November. Arabia. New York, Wednesday, 1st December. America, Boston, Wednesday, 8th December. Asia. New York, Wednesday, lf>th December. Europa, Boston, Wednesday. 22d December. rentage from New York or Boston to Liverpool? First cabin. $126; seeond cabin, $70. No berth secured until paid for. Freight will be charged on specie beyond an amount for personal expenses. An experienced surgeon on board. All letters and newspapers must r*ai through the Tost Office. For freight or passage, apply to B. CUNARD, No. 4 Bowling Green. Watches.? By order of tho British Treasury, Watches of foreign manufacture, hearing the names and marks of English manufacturers, will be hereafter admitted in Eng land in transitu for the United States and other oountries; in consequence of which. French and Swiss watches may be shipped at Havre for New York or Boston, via Liverpool, without incurring the risk, as heretofore, of being seised ai the English Cnstom House. French, German, and other foreign goods, received and brought in common with British goods. Through bills of lading are given in Havre for New York. STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND GLASGOW.? The Glasgow and New York Steamship Company's new steamship GLASGOW (1,1*52 tons? 4'U horse t ower), Robert Craig, cdmmander. will sail from New York, ror Glasgow, oa Weuiietday, September 29, and on Saturday, -Hth Novem ber, at 12 o'clock at noon. First cal>in (saloon stata rooms) $90. do. do., (midship do.,) $74. tecond eatin, $00. Steward's fee included. Apply to McSYMOV, 33 Broadway. I^OR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.? Til E SN E W DOUBLE J/ ei.; inc steamship WW. l'ENN, Wiuthrop Sears, Com mander, will leave 1'ier S, East river, for the abovo port, ilireet, on Tuesday. October 5th. at 4 o'clock P. M. Hie will le ready to receive freight on Tuesday, September 2m h. A.M. This ship has elegant accommodation* for pas aenfrrs. Tassage in cabin and state room, $60; pnuag* in steerage, $2S. >'"r freight or passage apply ? n board, or to THOMAS 1*. STANTON, Sd South stmt, Mtn C. LINCOLN te CO., 101 1'earl street. Freight on measurement goods, 2.> cents p- r cubic foot. Shipper, fare requested to supply themselves with this steumer's bill* of lading, as no other form will be signed. They may be had on application to the clerk on board, or at the office of the 'agents. No freight received, or bills of la ding signed, after 2 o'clock on the. day of /tailing. Tho stcam tmp AMIN ''RANKL1N, Jacob Teal, Cummunder, will Sneered the Wm. Penn. Philadelphia and savannah steam itati gation Company's New Line of StoarasMna.? The new and splendid side-wheel steamship STATE OF GSOROIA, (flret ship of tho line,) Captain John I. Walton, I* now running between the above port*, and vill I hiladel iiliia for Savannah on the following Wednesdays, vii September 20th, Octobcr 13th and 2Tth, November lbth and 21th, and December "th and 22d ; an 1 willleavo Savannah for Philadelphia on the alternate Wednesdays. This ship haa been built with the most strict regard to safety, Is no*, scssed of every requisite essantial to elegance and comfort, (especially iii tho ventilation of her cabins and state rooms, the superior arrangement of which are unparalleled. ) and has prertd herself to be one of the faaten steamships afloat. Passengers by her enjoy tho pleasure of river navi gation cne-alxth of tiie passage, remaining only twa night* at sea. Cabin passage to Havtunnh, or to Charleston, (via Savanna^,) ti~> : Meerago, 9. Ag?uta in Philadelphia, UK HON ft MARTIN, No. 37,'i N. Wharves; in Savannah, 1'ADF.LFORD, 1AY fc CO. STEAM FOR AUSTRALIA.? THE NEW, FAST, AND splendid ateamahip ALBATROSS, Capt. Jaa. Kearney, 1,11X1 ton* burthen, and 200 horse powor, will anil with paasen re rs Only, from New York for Siduoy and Melbourne, Aa*tra Iia. in October. Fire In flret 'abin, S ' I; fare in second oabin, with berth* on npper saloon deck, $. l\ fare In aeeond oabin. with berth* on lower asloon deck. $200. Thi* splendid and favorite steamship will have an additional deck constructed, together with other imprev?ments, which will render her one of the flnest vasols that ha* ev< r sailed for the goldeft region* of Australia. For partlonli<< s, apply to SIMEON DRAl'BR, ?. Pine etc ?L New York. WM. ELLIOT ft CO.. I'oston. DICKSON FOREMAN it CO., n*l!fa*. COLONEL SLElGfl. ? harlottet. wn, P. E. Island. MCPHERSON, CRAN K * CO., (^uebao and Montreal. THUF. UNITED STATES MAII I'EAMSHIP ISABBll I of 1,200 tons, having been tv r nghly repaired with new boiler* and new copper, will b< ready to taka he* plaoa on the line between Cnarleeton, savsnah, Kty West and Havana. She will laava Baltimore oa or about tha 1st of October, for the above naentlonad plaoe*. Pasaengera wish* Ingto avail themselves of this steamer for either of tha aAove named places, will pleasa apply to Capt. Rolllna. on toari, or at the oBce of tha BalUmon Steam Packet Com paay, foot of Spear'* wharf. M. N. FALLS. FHOR PORT PHII IP. AUSTRALIA.-CLIPPilTLlNl^ ? The new clipper ahip ASCUTNa, having magnlflcent commodations, will sail on the 20th 1n*t> ForfrSiiht or pas sage, apply on board, pier 10 East river, or te W*. T. Dnran. 4? Front street. Russell ft Noma, U Old IliBb u BUlMft AUaii, led YnnJ MNt ^ ** *u,*t * i I) ROADWAY THEATRE.- E. A. U \ KM II ALL, SOI* v Leeae*. Il? nvflt at the llilinu Children, . au.rday ?v?Btui!l Svptemb r IK, when wlU be pcrfcnMl IHIHH GENIUS. OLD HCIIOOI. AND NEW. V O II N U COUPLE. The HAPPY MAN. N ivk?u anS?N?L*ANV3ER' MR- John sefton. ',ri I*1" 1??0" ?P? at 71 7 ??JH * flo^k. MattmUy. S?pt. 1H, the ?cooa? '* *Ti"ar '"k J'S* M'"* Patrick in a new cl?V Ticket*, Ml eta.; to aonn pliahed i _ racter. The French *nd SpauMh l>??<-ori, Ml.l.l: i'OUUAUD S E N O H I T A ROTO, Dronet, Latigne. Leeder, and II. nri, with Mma Meg4 M*?damea Sloan and Meader, Me mm Wheatleiich andbloaa* TIIKEE WEEKS AFTER MARRIAGE. Lady Racket Mix FitipatrieK BARBER OF SEVILLE. Figaro Senorita Soto I Ro*ine M\U. PougM<l A I. LACK'S LYCEUM. BROADWAY.-DOOR3 OPEM at 7; to oommence at 7>* o'clock. . Saturday evening, Sent. |m, will be performed THE NERVOUS MAN. w Mr. Aapen Mr. Blake MeShane Mr. Brougham Capt.Rurniah.. .Mr. Vineent Vivian Mr. Reu l.ady Leeub. . . . Mr*.|CrMB4 Kmily Mm. MoUi| Hetty Mra. Kef Marv Mr*. Wfc!oc| M SKETCHES' IN fNDIA. 5ir Mat hew Scragg* Mr. W. R. Hlak< Lady Scraggi Mri. W. R.Bi*k4 RAISING Til K WIND. Jeremy D idler... Mr. Walcot I Min* Durable.. Mra.CrMMl Sun Mr. Hale | I' eggy Mi?? F. Cram?t ADAM! UENRIETTE SONTAO'S FIRST GRAND CONCERT IN AMERICA. Tilt pnblin are reapectftiily informed tkat tl? FIRST GRAND CONCERT If ME. HENRIKTTE SO NT AO will take place ON HONDA V, SEPTEMBER 2 0, AT METROPOLITAN BALL, anilate 1 by MR. CARL ECKERT, Late Conduotor of the Italian Oimra Uouie, Pariat SIO. a. POZZOLINI, Firtt Tenor, from the Imperial Opera, St. Petertbilffl ALFRED J A K. I. I, , THE PIANIST, PAUL JULLIE.N, THE VIOLINIST, THE ITALIAN OPERA CHORUS, (Male and Female,) and A GRAN I) ORCHESTRA, ConiiiViPK v( Seventy Performer*, led by Mil. UAK>' tear. nr. P R 0 (7 R A M M E . PAIIT I. 1. Overtnre to "Dor FroynchtiU." by the Grand Orche?trn B'eb?j 2. Arin (Tn vedrui avenluratii) iroin "II i'irato " ? Slg. G. Poiiollui llellini 3. Arin (? tnuo rer me S?reno) I'rom " La Soiinaiu bulu"?.U ADAMS llKVR IKT TK SONTAA ., . . . . Bellini 4. Fantasia on themo* from "Lnorojia llorn;ia" ? All' red Jaell Leopold de Hoi** 6. Eckcrt u 8 wins Honjr, oxpvvHuly coui|">*o?l by ?Jarl tfiicrt, for \Iada >n. ll k mukttk Sontao. PAHT II. iC. Overture to " Der Hommuruacht'ii Traum, the Grand Otclie.-tin.. M-udulsnohS 7. Serenade from " Dun t'aaiiualo"? -Slg. G. 1'oiao liui Doniietkf 8. Aria, " Lneo d' quanta alma," ipm "l.inda" - M AHAMt. II rNimiTK goitTAO Donlaflttt 9. Fnntatiia, "l.a Killc du II diluent" I'aul Julion, ,AUat<A 10. "Spirao gnntil," from "La Favorite"? Sig. G. 1'oar.nlini DonitetOI 11. Ballad, "Home, (tweet homo," ? MaiiAxc III*. R I KTTK SllNTAO Biiho0 Air with variation! di Uiavuru? M Ukn H 1 KTTK SOKTAU Rhod# Comdnotor Mr. t.'arl Eeker% Leader Mr. Theodore Eiafeldt Thc I'ricki or Akmiknioi* have bean flxod at TWO DOLLARS AMI ONE DOLLAR, aocordinr; to loration. With hnth thc Two Dollur and Onu Dollar Ticket* therC will be given a cortiflcate bearing a number aorreaponding With the Beotired Kent to which the holder i> entitled. The AdmiPHion Tieket i? to be left at the entrance doort th" certificate for the urcnrod scat remaiim in the potaeuioa of the holder, by whom it him to be exhibited to the nahecV wearing badgci oorreapondiug in color with the oertiflaato. V intern will pleaee ovcupy tliolr eeata at b o'olook pr?* cirely, when the Concrt will ennunenoe. No uheekg will be given until the oud of the tirst put of tL? Convert. RAT.TJ OF TTCKET8. Hie regular dale of Tieketiwill begin on FRIDAY, 8?p? temUr 17, at y o'clock A. M , at the Munio Wareruoiai ol MESSRS. IIALL it SONS, Corner of Broaduny and Park place. Nonet. ? For the conveuiuuoe of the public, it ha* bttS determined to tell on FRIDAY, Soj.tomhor 17. the %2 Ticket* ONLY; ?od 0W Saturday and Monday, September lHth and 20th, the $L Ticket*, and thoie of tlio Ticket* which have remaintdl UDiold. No written application for Mat* can pn*nihly be att?nd<< to. nnleM from prmon* living out of New k'orU. Door* open at to commclico at H. MJHF. nENRIETTE SON TAG '8 EIR.ST.CONCERT.? The khIo of the ?nc dollar ticket* will commence on this day, (Saturday ) the Hth Inst., at H o'clock, A. M., at the miiHlt store of VVM. 11 A 1.1. X. SON, Zt) Broadway, oppo site tho 1'ark. WOOD'S MINSTREI.S, 411 BROADWAY, ABOYM lloward ctrcct.^Abcn every evening, under the ma nagement of 11. W^| B Admission 25 ceuts; children onder twelve your*, niw prion; Doori open at 7; eoneerh commences at 8 o'clock. N. B.? The Wednesday and Sa turday afternoon ouncerta are discontinued until farther notice. (CONCERT AT MONTAfil'E II AI.I,, BROOK I, YN, OS J Monday evening, Sept. *1), to eommoneo at 8 o'clock, kj Mr. Earnest MeCariton, who will sing "(IK to Baltimore, ii'iupoved l>y White's Minstrels, of New York, a* a littig chance has done and will do, from tin; ntylo of tlio Program me. Mr. Mot'arlton, however, cannot do it up aa "Brown* a* one of the Whites, as he will not ho black. Any how, hi will do it np as "Brown" n* White will admit it, with some thing original from one of the White*. See Brooklyn Daily Vaclr, for particulars of the Concert, Omnibuses pass Ike liall from En Hon ferry, Brooklyn. WniTES VARIETIES? N03. 17 AND I!) BOWBRY near Chatham Square. ? Second week of thii now and magnificent establishment, which is now open for the season. Price* of admission ? Dresi circle, Z"> ctrf.; pari ictte and second circle, I2)a cts; private boxc, $1 tO; *ta*e boxes, $2. Doors open at 7; performance to commence at ?n? quarter before * o'clock. An afternoon performance will be given every Saturday, commencing at 3 o'clock. C. WHITE, Proprietor. _ WELCH'S NATIONAL AMI' If /THEATRE, PHI LA delphia.? Ladle* and irentletnen in the thsatrieal profession, of acknow lodged talent, wishing engagement* ag this establishment, season commencing Unit November, will please make application, by letter, (post paid,) to _ S. E. HAKKIS, Stage Manager, Broadway 4'ost OMo*. Franklin museum, its Chatham squark. Ueorge Lea, Proprietor.? The above establishment la open every afternoon, at 3 o'elnek. and In tho evening at 8. for the purpose of "Clasalo and Original Representation* ? Livinc Statuary, by M ile. Caiinet'* Troupe of Model At* tists, together with a variety of beautiful performances For fnll particular*, see bill* of each day. Admiiiion? Seats in Private Boxes, 50 cents; Stage Seat*, with euahioncd in Chair*, 37X cents; Boxea, 28 cent*; Gallery, 12>? oent*. MEDICAL. CHILDREN TRUSSED. AND PERMANENT!* cured, Truss** carefully applied even to Uie babe a! two weeks of age. Utero Abdominal Supporter*, I.aee Stock ing*, Spinal and Shoulder Brace* oarefully fitted. Ladle! attended by a female. Hull'* Truss oSiee No. 4 Vesey street, opposite St. i'aul's Church. Butler'* ruoently patented Padg applied. DR. COBBETT. no. i? duane street, betwbbw Chatham and William atreeta, may be eonenlted by those interested, at bis office, whero those who have aufer ed from pretenders may apply, with the certainty of meet ing a physician of experience. Br. C.iii member ef the N. Y. University. Dr. johnson, no. i? duane street, so via known for the last twenty -three years as the meat n? cessfnl practitioner in New York, devote* hi* time, a* hen tofore, to an office practioc, where he msy be consulted from 7 A. M. to 9 P. M. N. B.? See my medical and snrgieal dV ploma In my offioe. DR. MORRISON IS CONSULTED AT HIS MEDICA1 and Surgical Diipenaary, 'M!-i Fulton etrect, favor ably known for thlry-three years. Oifice hour*, H A. M. tog 1'. M. S> * hi* dipl< zna, as M R. C. Surgeons, London, will the signature of Sir Astley Cooper, Sir A. Carlisle, be., hi* oflioe, DR. COOPER, 14 DUANE STREET, BETWEEN CHA* h* m and William streets, eontinue* to practice at kg olfice with his nsual success, lie takes this method f apprising his friend* that hn can still be consulted at hf old ofiice, where he b*e praotUed so snccosafuLij for the lng twenty-few year*. Dr. ward, author or the "medical friend, ? eontinue* hi* office practice with hi* uanal very great success, at the old established place. Canal street, one does from Broadway, up stalre ? not a drug store. Uoari from 7 o'clock A. M. to 10 o'clock P. M. 1'rtcee moderate. DR. BARON BFOLASfO, M. D., A. B., ke. fce.' FROM London, of wide spread Europe m fame. 5A9 Broadway, anthor of the treatise of ' All Dtsoaees," containing the mo*t wonderful and actoundiag cure* in the world 111 Th? Baron at once annihilate U ith mercury and tho worst dig cases, of lifty year* duration. POULTICE CLOTH, BLEACHED SHELLAC AND LA Isrragues, Chlnrido , Scda, ('yanide Potasaion, Blood stone, for burnishers, Stone Naptha, gla*Hmakeri and fire workers Materials, refined Nike), Ca<limium metal, Oxide* of L'raniiim, Manraue-c, Antimony, Polishing 1'utty for giasfl cutter*, lie., &o., Ac. and a variety of patent medicine*, fo( sale by Dr. LEWIS FEl'CUT WANUEK, 141 Maiden ten*. The eye and ear.? dr. lutener'S infirmarTa fbr the exclurive treatment of di^oa*** of the Eye an4| Ear, is open daily, except Sunday*, from 9 A. M. until 3 P. M. The succcs* that ha* attended Dr. L.'* discovery i* nn? precedented. Deafness, discharges, and noises in the ea? cored withont riik or pnin: short, weak and imperfect eighn restored. All tetUn must Is (repaid, and oontnin the tig of $1, to rccclvc attontlon. * Tie married womjns pritati medioabi Companion.- Ily Dr. A. M. Manricean, Professor of Dt*a ?act of Women.? Twentieth tdition; IS mo. op. US. Frio* 1 1. Years of svffertag, of physical and mental aaguiak, t* m.T T an affectioaate wife, and |eoaniary dittenltie* to thf married, eg gtmportMti husband, might have been spared by a timely posecsriom if tills work. It I* Intended eapecially fer the thoie conteirplating marriage, as it dlaeloeo) eecrots ? hich slionld be known to them particularly. Here also, every female-the wife-th* mother-thd Ml cither budding late womftnhood, or the other In deolln* ol years i.. wh<m nature contemplate* an Important change. can ^id-over the causes, symptom*, and the moct efieienfe remedies, and mnat certain mode of oure.lamrr oomplalrt to which her ecx ia enbiect. (Extract of a letter from a gentleman la Dayton, Ohio.) Dattor, Mm L IMIe Dr. A. M. M att? rrcAr, Ho. 1J9 Liberty atreet. Mt Dcar Sin? My wife baa been perceptibly alnklng MS some three yeara or more, in eonaeqnenee of her great an cuiah and auffering come monthc before and dnring her con finement?every anoeecelve one more and more debtlltaun? and proctrating Iter, putting her life In imminent <????*; and which wac, on the last occasion, despaired of. I poeed thia state of thing* wa* Inevitable, and re*if*?d mjr aelf to meet the wort*. At thla time month*,) I heard tout booh highly apohon of, ?? c??^5J5M come matter* reading my ease. P? ^2,"* 1 fa*?#t exnrecc U yon the rellef it afford auutmi "f *?? J?7 ?t? PHM I? ?*...? to my W*. on lesirns tog that thc grea\ dUetVerv of M. M. Dccomeaai provide ? remedy, n opened a prospect to m? whisk I ytUo coo ?*l*?d wa* M**fblc. But foP ihl*. ere another ye^r wei k?;e pacced over m head, ia all hnmna pre Utility, i JW. weald have been Ua her grave, and m aUUrai ( Jramfh fclt U, of soma ImpraeUcskle Mo ceavty am fan* |U Mrlon* sahjse is (reeled ef, a* they are ef a aatmre *Metl? stand fer the married, or those contemplaUna aenrriaaf I will b* transmitted by mall, free of postage, t* aar'aLttM the 1 n isd ^taiss. All letters -nnst be eZfrw*aed. nuwlS*