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THIRD, FIFTH AMD BOTH PA01B.
K? AAil-A GOOD BUSI JESS HAND II WORTH
IO.WU ??y ?U8TOW MMltildj iuvM thi*.
I the private parlora 283 Broad way. J c?U. Autograph* and
Ird* writtea. 'FaaUliee atUnded at'any hour from 6 A. M.
r" P. M.
bnn ?GOLDSMITH'S CHBAP CLASSES WILL COM
fcjvlf. BUBO* sarly 1b November; ticket* fo^ sals new;
Ice $? for ? full eour** of instruction In penmanship, la
I'.ing WOO la prftmiumi to pupil*. Bookkeeping students,
meaoing oa Mr before Tuesday, November 1, will be eati
to ? coma of waiting Imiou without charge. Fer sale,
le aoademy, No. 303 Broadway, corner of Fraaklia *traet
fdsmith's system of penmanship. with oopiee aad instrue
it; price 25 cents par oopy, or Ave copie* for IL Alio
I aad .tee I P.U of .?P?ior ^a.U^ g QQLP SMITH.
\l\ -BOOKKEEPING. WRITING AND ARITH
iiU. metic.? Mr. DOLBEAR. Broadway, corner ot
[uston *treet, form* a new class In bookkeeping this we*k.
?I i IN for a complete double entry cour?e. N. B.-Pcr
ji wishing to Joia must ei*ter tbi> week.
TOUNO LA BY FROM SWEDEN, DISTINGUISHED
_ M teaohor and performer on the pianoforte, wiahei to
lata a situation la a female inititute, here or la the South,
Irive instruction* oa the pianoforte and In dinging. Apply
fltftHK 140 Waverley place.
STRCCTION.-MR. DANNSTROM. PROFESSOR OF
singing, and momber of the Royal Academy of Music at
Bokbolm, Sweden, who ha* educated several ptima don
in Europe, beg* leave to inform the publio that he will
Iiastrnolion In lingiag. Please apply, p*r*onally, at No.
Waverley place, or by letter.
ORSBMAN SHIP.? AN E7BN1N0 CLASS FOR GEN
, tlemen, in the aeble art of horsemaaihia, i* now opea
IHSBBOW'S Riding Sehool, No. 30 Fourth avenue, eaoh
ting from 8 te 10 o'elook.
IB PRIMA DONNA, PROFESSOR OF SINGING,
Slgaorlua Ellxa Valentinl ha* reiumed her le*aona. She
he* eiaginc and piano at the reiidenoe of the pupil*. Ap
aUon* mart be made by letter, at Roharfenburi'* muai* 1
e. 79 Broadway, whioh Signorina will immediately at- >
DAKCIVe AOADBHmi.
in ?*>. (KK), 000 BROAD WAV, ABOVE NIBLO'S -
?'v/j I'rivnt* Danolng Aoademy. ?New clause* will i-orn
oe 'n? Tuesday and Friday evening*, for boniuners; also,
ho*e who wisli to learn the polki, sohottisshe, rodow.v
yva polka, quadrille*, Ac. Separate svening cl?s*e* for
>* and Kontlemen. Circulars omi be nbtninod, and all
lieationa to be made at Hi Bowery bookstore.
R. BUKNTOW.
IOARD.-MR. OGILVIE IIAS THE HONOR TO AN
aeunoe to hi* friends and the publio that ke will com
pete instruct with Madame Augu*ta, at her rooms, 7<i5
l.dway, aud 160 Atlantic street. Brooklyn, about the 1st
lecembor.
I DODWORTH'S DANCING ACADEMY. MO. 801
Broawdy? Now open for the reoepUon of pnpil*. Wedne*
Thnnday and Saturday afternoons for ladle* and ohild
Monday, Wedaeeday, Thnnday and Saturday evenings
Mtleman; grand practising day. with band of muaio .even
rday afternoon and evening; soirees exelndvelv for pupUi
monthly. A nmmber of new danoe* will be Introdaoed
Mason. prooured during a recent viiit to Leaden an<
I! EVENING CLASS FOR GENTLEMEN ON TUBS
lay* aad Friday* at 7 yi P. M., ha* commenced. Pupil*
red at all time* during the season. Soiree* given a*
FBRRBRO'S Danoing Aoademy, W We*t Four
hetreet.
IARRCAUD'S NEW ROOM, 54 EAST THIRTEENTH
treet fourth house west of Broadway. ? Mr. CiiAK
U I) would suggest to those who have aecidod to be lu
ted by him in les dances du salon, now or old, that the
and afternoon clashes, Wednesday aud Saturday. at 1J
o'clock, Tuesday and Friday, at i, aud Monclay and
r evening, at 7}a o'clock, have commenced. Pupils re
[ at any time during the term.
KbERO'S DANCING ACADEMY, 09 WEST FOUR
jeoth *trset. ? Madame C. Dubreul Ferrero and E. Per
' respectfully inform their patron* and the publle, that
?ehool ha* opened, and pupils may enter at all time*
gthe*ea*oa. Private leiaon*. aotaeola and elataei, at
. AND MRS. MeFAB LAND'S DANCING AMD
Waltaing academy, 187 Fourth atreet, oorner of Sixth
te.? New classes forming:? Ladies exclusively Monday
rhnriday evenings, at 7 o'elook; gentlemen 8 to 10.
1' a class for gentlemen on Tuesday, at 8 P. M ; ohildrea
>e*day and Saturday, from S to 6>? e'olook. Private
1* at all time*.
.000
^^?ORI HOODS,
SfiO.OOO? DRY GOODS WANTBD.?
????? I wish to buy of staple good! from 930,000 M
?worth, to bet paid for cither in wastern lands or ??
Ircdits, undoubtedly leoured on valuable Western pro
Address J. T. O., Broadway Poet Office, and I will
ltly call on the writer.
SIOH SHAWLS.? TUB SUBSCRIBER INVITO
\e attentioniof ladiasland all eonnoiHenr* of really fln?
EBto a superb variety lust imported for the fall trad*,
?bracing everything that la rioh, beautiful, and rare,
magnificent ipeoimen* of Persian. Delhi. Deeoan. and
Kastern productions, will be found embodied in this col
?a, together with an exquisite assortment of French
.ere, brooha, and Canton crape shawls, In erecy eon
?le design. Ike would especially present to pubUo notioi
ire in tno shawl trade n< t heretofore introduced ints
kuntry? the fabrio being of pure camels' hair, but manu
red in Prance by that extraordinary Prerch invention
leedle loom," the work of ?hioh approximates so elose
hat of India, as to require the olosen scrutiny to deteot
lereueo Publio inspection is m??t^re?peotfall^ soli
IPeri'ign Shawl and Cloak Warehouse, 361 Broadway
I DAME VETAULT, 711 BROADWAY, INFORMS
ie ladies that she las junt received, by steamer Hum
1 a great variety of winter goods, ana that her exhlU
| ill take place on Thursday, 27th Oetober.
HUB CASES OF PARIS CLOAKS, MADE RX
ssly to the ?ubsoribers' order for first-class city retail
will be opened and displayed to-day, at the Paris Man
mporlnm, Ml Broadway. They are made of the richest
velvet, (plain and embroidered,) and very Sne ladies'
Also, now ready, an endless variety of ths fashlonablt
talmas and itUibusters, for whioh there has been lata
nat a demand. GEO. BULPIN, 861 Broadway.
fANY A CUTTING, S? BROADWAT, ARB NOW
sring a most oomplete assortment of beautiful silks,
;oods, French all wool plaids, mcrinoe, laces, embrol
shawls, cloaks, mantillas, and some ehoiee India
i, with the usual stock of linen and domes tio goods, at
joes.
SOLICIT AN INSPECTION OF OUR SII.KS. MERI
| lot, caahmeros, muslin de laincs, Valencia s and woollen
togetler with a mit variety of new fabricB and de
'in atylea as now adot ted in Pari*. A. KERR A CO.,
|j?adwey three doors below Ninth street.
FANCY STJRfti
S AT THB CRYSTAL PALACE. ? DUPLICATBP
J all the shapes in the Exhibition, manufactured witt
| latest care, in every variety of lur, ftom ohoioe skins,
selling by the snbscriber at moderate prices. Also
I. rery spleiidid designs in rich velvet oloaki, trimmcc
I Inraian sable, Huesen Bay sable, royal ermine, sable
1 stone martin, Buenos Arrea chinchilla, Russian lynx
I very plumage o4' the grebe, from the lake of Geneva
I great variety o( other choice furs. Ladies snd visiter*
ljpectfully iuvited to view thato very beautitul lnvan
1 preparatory to their supplying thomselves with fori
season. CHARLES COOK,
I Fur manufacturer and skin importer, 6JS Broadway
ral cases of stuffed sables J.nd oruiinos tor sale, wol!
? the atteatlon of naturalists, which arrived too lati
, Crystal Palaos.
|9H MANUFACTURED FUR8.-WIU.IUI IRVING
Co., auctioneers, will sell at auction on Thursday .in<l
I I, Octobers and2M, at ln)a o'clock, each day, nt their
?Ofes, No. H Pine atroet, tlio entire a to c k of 3. Phillip*,
ho is about retiring from business, mado Cipro* ly
Broadway retail trade, comprising muff Viotorlnes
| Ts, in sets and single, of Russia martin, Uol-;iaii genet,
| i and sh*rt lynx, lludson iiay chinchilla, ermine an
al stonr martin, martin sahl?, swan's down, London
1 lynx, silver badgor, Canada sable, mountain martin,
artln, Isabella bear, Ac.; neck ties, boas, opera capes,
iss, collars, riding gloves, capf<, Ac. Sleigh aid lap
neautlfully lined and trimmed genet. Rooky Mountain
,i, buffalo robes, fancy wolf, Oregon black bear, Hud
' y wolf, prairie wolf, black hour and other fancy and
? jbes, coats, foot mnfls, Ac. All ot the above goods arc
T the best material and in the best manner. Etery
/will be positively sold without reserve.
| IRS' FANCY FURS.? THE SUBSCRIBBR'S STOCK
dob fancy furs, of all nations, 1s now ready for itspee
Ind will D* found to comprise the greatest and rarest
lent of mnfls. ouflk, pelerines, viotorines, tippets,
talmas, and ether fashionable garments in fur ever el
I in one establishment. Some rioh specimens of imp*.
. issian sable are amongst this oolloction; and as Che
exportation of those valuable skins is now prohibited
ulocrat, ladies will find the preeent a most deatrabls
nity oi purchasing. GEO. BULPIN, 861 Broadwav.
OOPAfH.TNKH.SHIF NOTICES.
()A -WANTED, IN A WHOLESALE COMMIS
?UU. *i?u house, a auiart aotivcyuungman, who can
Ad $1,000. To a suitable person nn opportunity will
? ,jd of jnat interubt, to become a partner on the first
[},ary. Address Holland, li. ral J office.
I v
DTO *, sat. -WANTED, A PARTNERTO EXTEND
s profitable and safe business; ono who has a oon
h with druggists or fancy stores preferred. Address
[it . licralJ office, stating real name and addrsaa.
TUITION OF COPA RTN ERSHIP.? THR COPART.
?hip heretofore existing under ths firm of IIEILBUTH
U LtZ ia thia day disooolved. All persons having
?gainst said iirra, will please present the same for
t at ? John street, up stairs.
' S. IIEILB0TH,
f JOHN D. SCHULTZ.
N MR WANTKD-IN THB WHOLRSAL1 AND
ail liquor trade ; one with a capital ofSWHior $l,iN?t,
|,I will give the business his wholo attention. One who
,.i in the trade before preferred. Unexceptionable re
'required. Address L. B., Herald office, with real
[, ind also reference. None others will be attended to.
NRR WANTE D? THE ADVERTISER nAR SOME
I estate and stocks, and wast* a person with aeis e
_ Vurohaao tome land near this citv, wliioli ran be (old
? v realite a fortune. Address C. Vv., Chatham squaro
?' ice.
AITROIiOGf.
lipLOGY AND PHYSIOGNOMY, -THE CELKBRAT
>octor J. SlHIMAN, a Swede hy hirth, oan bs cot *ul t
II I events of lllo, past, present and future. Nativities
l led f*f ladies and gentlemen. Residenoe 175 Chain
?et, near Greenwich.
PAIiMRR. ASTRO LOG I IT, WILL REMAIN A
irt time before her departure for the South. Being
; y ladies and gentlemen from the southern parts ot
ltry.aad being solicited to tettle among them will
, for* long. Ladies and geatlemen v.-lshlug to know
1 desUny H things, past, pressnt and future, wUI not
ain, as she never misses ths real object sought after,
n Vo. SW Bewery, opposite Princ* street.
i^ADOMUS, NO. 208 CANALSTREET, GIVES TRUR
li.'omatlon about the past, present, snd fut;ire. She
gratis the name of ths visiter, as wsll as of those ab
I| irrtber information from 50 oenta to (2.
I FRRW8TRR. FROM Pn I LA DELPHI A, TENDERS
I r services to the ladies and gentlemen of this olty. ia
I f, lsvs, and law matters, interpreting dreams, A*..
I and Swisses eensMnUy railed oa by Napoleon; and
?tk* nam i *f the lady ot gentleman they will many)
I name *f th* visiters. Reside* cs, N Gnat /eats
II truer *f Rewery. Ladle* . M cent*; |sn>lsmen, ?1.
! ;E.? MRS. H. BOEDER, NO. Id* WIST F.TOK
? ith street, between tb? Sevnth and Eighth avenu'ie,
I elafensaUon on aN in'?rt?tl?g aflairs through
I prwint, an1 ' tore events. Mrs. Koader istn?
I lr7^?? ?iidn < ?{ asuy ye*n in W?? ? : c
BUCKWHEAT MEAL-THREE THOUSAND PACKAGES
oboioe BOW ballad buokwbeat uieal. comprising barrols,
half barrels, quarter and eighth do., and boxea. Bt|i of 100.
80, U, aad 12H pound*, oarefnlly prepared paokagaa, and
neatly marked bt|i. Doabla extra fins floor of tha Hiram
Bmith. Rio hard son, Florence. Hope ton and Williams' brand*.
Oat, drabam, Indian, "and'kiln dried oora meal, la barrels,
mall paokagea aad bag*. Orders, with elty referenoe. will
meet with prompt attention. J. T. A J. 0. FROST, 234
Front ?treet.
BENEATH THE HAND9 AND SEAL
Of England's {treat commission,
la LYON'S broad oertlMoata
From London's exhibition.
Look in at the depot,
If bed-bugs mar your sleep,
And lae the royal Instrument
Tliey neat him o'er the deep. ?
Control depot for the sale of Lyon's Magnetic Powder aad
Pills; for the detraction of insects and vermin, 4J4 Broad
war
CLARK'S PA TINT PORTABLE GRINDING AND BOLT
ing or Merchant Mill.? This valuable invention, combi
ning tha whole process of manufacturing flour in one opera
tion, is now exhibited at the Harlam Railroad depot, room
No. 2S, entrance on White street. By this simple invention
91.000 to $10,000 worth of maohtnery is avoided, wbioh, nnder
the ordinary process of manufacturing flour, would.be and is
Indispensably required. In addition to this eoonomy of oapl
tal and machinery, there is a large saving of powor. This
mill is applicable to anv power, from four horse up t? any
othor desired. Thoy can be furnished for $400, all complete,
ready to start, thereby merohant milling being brought with
in the ability of almost every person. Wo invite persona in
milling, or who wish to enter into a speculation, to call and
see this ingenious invention in operation, whioh promises to
be so benenoial to the community. Stato and oounty rights
of the Eastern and some of the Southern States, and part of
New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jeraey are of
fered for sale for a limited time.
CORNELIUS' OAS FIXTURES, CHANDELIERS, SO
Ur lamps, girandole*, Ac. Also, silver plated on Ger
man silvor ware, castors, baskets, table forps and spoons,
til to per dozen; ivory handle cutlery, trays, Ac. MOR
GAN, 1?2 William street, between Fulton and Ann, oppo
site the church.
TRUCKING GUNS AND BIRDING GUNS.? JUST RE
J ' oeivt-d, a lot of very tin# birding and 'lucking Rung; also,
Colt's pistols, revolvers, bowie knives, United States muskets
sud eqsipmente, <4o , Ac., for sale low by A. W. SPIES A
Co.. 91 Maiden lano.
GENTLEMEN-BY READING THIS, YOU WILL KNOW
that which you all want to know jus* now, where to take
your winter clothing to be properly cleaned, dyed, altered,
turned, or repaired, with new collars, linings, buttons. All
articles made to look equal to now, by
A. CORTISSOS, SSS Poarl street.
IRON BEDSTEAD'S WARE ROOMS.? CHEAP SPRING
Mattross and Bedding Depot.? The best beds for health,
economy, convenient, Ao. Iron bedsteads, all alios, $4 to
M0. Also, the elastic fell beds, pillows, Ae. N. B.? Hotels,
Ao., furnished promptly, at 669 Broadway, near Prinoe st.
7 r IS UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED THAT SUT
I ten is the ball printer. Committees having their print
ing ile e by him. have met wit* great success, as the fact of
having neat bsll printing is a guarantee of a well managed
a II sir. Call at SUTTON'S, 142 Fultou street.
LADIES' DRESSES MADE IN THE BEST MANNER,
on a principle of fitting which troubles a lady but once.
Ladies desirous of making their own dresses, oan by this
mode fit themselves by purchasing the pattern. Mrs. J. P.
RIELLY, No. 9 Wost Fifteenth street, near Fifth avenue.
MTAN WAVEREN A SONS, HILLEGOM.-A LOT
? ol' choice bulbs and roots, of the above house, just re
el \cd per Martha Howes, and for sale by
_R. W. BURL AGE, 133 Pearl street.
Mrs. b. b. norris's cedar tar for sale by
C. II. Ring, cornor of John street and Broadway, and
principal druggist.
Newtown pippin apples, for ihipping?
Packed expressly for presents, and wsaranted perfect,
delivered free on board steamer. Also, very superior treble
rslined older vinegar. Address R. L. Pell, l'olham farm,
Esopus Post Office, Nortk river.
Personal property, of all descriptions,
bought for cash.? Cash advanced on every description
of niorcbanili?e; watches and diamonds bought, or money
loaned on thum, at the Life Insurance and Loan office, No. )?
Chambers street, near Chatham. Office hours from 9 to 3
o'clock.
REPLATING.? OLD WARE REPLATED EQUAL TO
new, at the lowost prices, viz.:? Spoons, forks, castors,
cake baskets, stair rods, trays, urns, tea sets, dish covers,
Britannia ware, Ao. Send articles to the factory, 212 Centre
street near Grand, or offioe No. 2, at IS John St., up stairs.
SEWING MACHINES -G ROVER, BAKER A CO.?
Truth will prevail.? This maohine is now justly tha most
approved, and no oontroveisy exists between it and any
other patent. Offices, 94 Chamber* street, New York; Hay
market aquare, Boston; *2 South Fourth street, Philadelphia.
SHIPS' LIGHTNING RODS.? THE BOARD OF UN
derwriters having offered inducements for fitting ship*
and iteamors with lightning oondnotors, the undersigned de
sires to giv* notice that he is prepared to fit ships with oon
duetors ui>?n the mast approved and eeonomioalj>lan.
CHA?. W. COPELAN D.364 Broadway.
TO GROWERS OF HOT-HOUSE GRAPES AND OTHER
choice fruits.? The highest market price will be given,
as usual, for the above articles, at Picrco'a Italian warehouse,
ffilS Broadway, between Amity and Fourth stroet.
TO MERCHANTS ENGAGED IN THE SOUTHERN
clothing trade ? An American lady,about.to reside for tha
winter within dally communication 01 the oity by steamboat,
would receive orders for the making of shirts and drawers,
for twenty or thirty hand*. Families or merchant* will find
thl* a good opportunity. Best of reference given. Address
Agentsss, Herald office.
TO CHINA MERCUANT3, HARDWARE DEALERS,
.and Country Merchants. ? A groat 'opportunity now
presents itrelf to you of buying twenty-five per oent less than
cost, all that beautiful s'ook of vases, pocket knivaa, guns,
English oil painting*, mantel ornaments, oandlestioks, terra
cotta goods, and a splendid assortment of fancy artioles new
ly imported. This ireat sacrifice will continue until Friday.
Honse furnishers will do well to call Immediately and see the
stock. l'lll 1,1. ll'S', t>? Nassau street, corner of John.
w
HATELEY Si PENDRILL, MANUFACTURERS OF
? ? every description of cast brass, butts for shipping, cabi
net hinges, door plates, copper plates for engravers and
brass 'tinders. Brass and Uerman silver caitings executed
at No TO Bowery, rear.
71" 0 PAINT. -THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS FOB
/J ihe sale of while oxide of line, manufaotnrcd |by tha
1 cansylvania and Lehigh Zinc Company, are prepared to re
ceive orders for the same, and wonla invite the particular at
tention of the trade to it* evident (uperlority over othor* of
Amerioan manufacture, and it* moit successful competition
with the best uf foreign. Dealers oan with confidence dapend
npon always obtaining any dosired supply of thl* paint, wnioh
will be found to reaammend Itself for purity, great body, and
uniform whitonoss. Prices and term* arranged on the moat
liberal footing. JAME8 T. LEWIS A Co.. 82 Water street.
Tit A V KLLURS' GUIDE.
IUCU -MO*T BAfM, CHEAP, AND RBLIABL1
LOtJu. Ro??e. ? IMS ? October uruitmit- Albaayra&4
Km York Inlaad r*nt?. Three telly train*; mcbuomWci
tr?in at 7 A. X., and twe 4kj1t txpron train*, ill A M.. *c*4
at 2. SO P. M.,*onae*ting at Albany with C*atral Una of rail
read Wast: alio, with tho North for Saratoga Sprtngf, Wtlke
hall and Montcoal. The train* eontnot with Wevtera and
Hudfon and Berkshlr* railroad* at Chatham I'll Corner*
fir I.ebaaoa Springs, ?n and after Monday. Cr?m tht new i*
pot, torn or cf While, Hit and Centro street*. Whan tHrooul
liokets can b* prooutsd and Uuaa checked
for Albany For Syraouso
" 8oh?n*otady, " Rochester,
?? Utiea, " Buffalo.
Passengers atoo r?cilred at Broom* itresl a&i Bo wcry, au?
Tweaty-sixth itreot and Fourth arm* station*. Tfco abort
trains will land and reoelve passengers only at Orotoa fall!
and Chatham Four Corners. All other trainj will leave Oity
Hal' etation, comer of Tryoa row and Centre (tree!*, at
here ster*. M. BLOAT, Superintendent.
0 AMPIN AND AMB9Y RAIROA* TO PHIJ.ADRS,
phia, (t?n pit,r No. 1, North river.? Two Una* daily, at
1(1 A.M., and 2 P. M. Accommodation line at 10 A. M., b',
steamboat Trenton to Sonth Aab?v, oars te Bcrdentown
and (team boat R. Buckle* to Philadelphia. Fare 93. Ba^retf
line at 2 P. M. by steamboat John Potter to Amboy, fheno*
diroot to Camdeu by oar*; through iu four hours and ? ha'f.
Fare 93. Returning, leavo Philadelphia at 10 A. M. and I
F. M.
Hudson ritbr railroad? trains daily from
Chambers street, for Albany aad Troy:?
Express train, 8 A. M.? Throujtb in four hours, oenneetini
with trains reaching Buffalo or Montreal at 8 o'eloek sane
?Toning.
Mail train, 9 A. M.? Through way train* at 11 1L aad
? P.M.
Bxprem train, d P. M.? Aooommodation train < 80 P. M.
For Tarrvtewa, 11 P. M. For Peekskill, 10 A. M., 1 48 P. M.,
and < P. M. For Ponghkeepsle, 7 A. M. and d:10 P. M. Pas
sengers taken at Chambers, Canal, Christopher, Fourteen tb
and Thirty-first streets.
Sunday trains from Canal street, for Albany and Troy
stopping at all way stations.
EDMUND FRENCH. Superintendent.
2 TRW rOJUL AND PH1LADBLPHIA DIRBOT, VIA
I New Jersey Railroad.? United States and Bnprws lines,
rough in four hours, loavs New York, f<A>t of Cortland*
street, at A 8, aad S A.M., and 4 JO aad ?-*) P. M. Lean
Philadelphia at 1:80 A. M., via Keailnrtea J aad 8 A. M., and
439 aad 8:80 P. M., from the foot of Walnot street. Fare ff
92 00 for second eiaso In 8 A. M., from New Tork, and 4 JO 9.
ff. from Philadelphia. Through ticket* sold, andpassssfsg
and through baggage carried for Baltimore, WssMnatsm
Norfolk, and Charleston, In the 8 and 8 A. M, and 4w mm
8:50 P. M. trains, aad ooaneotion certain with extra trains!
behind time. Passengers with bacm* ?rw* th* Ctmr Mtw
minntes Men tbo irdm lea**, |
eMEW TORK TO MONTREAL OODBN8BCRO. BUR
llngton. and St. Johmbmir^Tia New Haven .Spriaffleld,
Howi Falls, Rutland, Windsor, White River. WeUsKIver,
Htpoliar. St. Albaas, Rouse's Point. Tieket *ffle?e? New
Haven Railroad, corner Broadway aad Canal, aad Taentf
sixth streot, aad Fourth avenue. ?
FRANCIS HTDR. Anal ill Bonth I
WATCHK8, JBIVKLRY, dtC.
Gold and sii.yf.r watches, diamonds, and
jewelry ? GEO. C. ALLEN, Importer, Ne. 11 WflU
street, near Broadway, second floor.
JVI.EH JV ROENSElv WATORM.
Warranted pcrfeot time koopera, from $150 lo $230
coortia watchu.
Duplex and levers, from 138 te 278
independent second
And quarter second watches, for timing horsos... . 125 to 250 j
chronometer*.
Splendid pocket chronometora, perfect time
ke*pers IK to 250
RIOHT DAT WATCHES,
Which run eight days with one winding 140 to 188
ENAMEI. WATCHES,
For ladiea, some In hunting oases X to 100
DIAMOND WATCHES,
For ladles, tome In magic cases 58 to 900
MAOIC WATCHES,
Which change into three different watohes 100 to 178
W ATOMICS WHICH WIND
And tnrn the hands without a key RJ to 1 10
AM. KINDS OK WATCHES AT VERT I.OW PRICE*.
Fine gold lepine watohes, four holes jewelled $22
I'lne gold detaohed levera .10
Cold enamelled watches for the ladles :ij
Gold Fngllsh patent lever* 88
Cold Knglish patent levcra, hnnting oaaes. 68
Silver patent levi ra ft* low as Id
Silver del ached lever* aa low aa 14
i diamond*. .
Diamond earring*, pin* bracelets, linger rings aad oroaaeo,
for sale at much luxe than the usual prices.
JKWEI.RV.
All kinds of gold chains, mire gold wedding rings, gold
keys and Mai*, gold puna ana pencils, gold ana silver thlm
blea, bracelets, hresxtplna, cuff pina, lockets, earrings, gold
and silver spoctacics, gold toothpicks, ohanas, ehatelaia
ohains, Ac.
sn.vrn irAlt.
. Sterling silver anooa*. cnn*. fork*, pi* halve*, aapkia ring*,
fruit knive*. wedding oake kaivea, Ac.
Watch** and Je?n|rv exchanged. All watehei warranted
to keep g'jod time, or the money returned.
AU kind* If waHKse and clock* cleaned anl repaired la
the t>M<. man nac, at much less than the usual price*, bv veep
superior werkmea, and warranted.
WntcVM ?n 9C a>' Ut (JoiVtd
lt4?H ICM ?? MMfl
mucuL.
<t>l Cft AAA TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE, IN SUMS
JpIOU.UUU of ?.<*?, $1,500. $J,1ti0, #1,000, aid IS, ooo,
?r ill say (unit to auit applicant*, on roa! estate ia tbia city.
Brooklyn, and Williamaburg. Apply to A. SERGEANT,
IS Wall atreet.
tl/IQ AAA TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROPERTY
?P I rO UUU ia thi* otty or Brooklyn, in aum* to auit
applicanta. Alao J5.0U), to. 000 and $8,000 to loan at t> per I
coat, oa improved city property. Apply o J. K. COOK, Jr.,
Nassau atreet.
AAA TO LOAN, AT NO. 11 CHAMBERS ST., >
V^w.UUu in tba baaament, on watehe*, diamonds, ail
Tar war*, jewelry, ailka, dry goods, or any pareeaal property,
or bought out (or caah; tranaactioaa atriotly confidential; pri
vata room* Cor ladiaa. Offioe opan from 9 till 7.
WM. TAYLOR.
4:1 QAA to $2,000 wanted-in an established
?PX.OUU buainaat. To an energetic man, with thoabove
ainoont. tbia ia a fine opportunity. The buainoia ia pleasant
and profitable. Addroaa Energy, llerald offioe.
KAA WANTED ? ON BjND AND MOBTOAOI
?Pl.ulfU oi raal eatatt, for two or four yarn, Liberal
latnraat given for the use if tba money. A ad rasa II 8. P ,
Peat effiae, a ating where an interview nay be had, and it
will raeeice immediate attention.
4l1 nnn -PARTIES HAVING $600 TO $1,000 TO IM
ifl.l/uUi veat in a flouriahing manufacturing eetabliah
ruaot, that would be likaly to pay them from 40 to 51) per cent,
may learn of an opportunity, by oalling at tba large briok
factory in Dean atreet, un the loft of Carlton avenue, Brooklyn
4[7Cn -A PHT8ICIAN OWNINO A SMALL WELL
H* a U\J. arranged drug atura, in an excollent location up
town, will ai ll it low for cash. A mutually advaatageous
arrangement would be made with a druggiat wiihing to pur
obaar. $4<)0 caah at ieaat u re>(uired. Addreaa Physician,
Herald office.
CASH ADVANCES.? LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON
aegara, watcbea, Jewelry, and merchandiae generally: alae
on peraonal property of almost any kind. Apply at No. 43
Reade a reet, corner of Broadway, room No. Ii, up etairi.
Offioe boura from & till S r 'clock.
FINANCE DEPARTMENT, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,
city of New York, October 22d, IKS). ? Notice for pur
ehaae of lota for the Fire and Police Department*.? Sealed
proposals will be received at No. 5 Hall of Recordi, until the
fourth day of November next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon,
when the same will be publioly opened at the Comptroller'!
office, for auch lota of lund in the aeveral atrceta a* are men
tioned below, for the uae of the Corporation )f the olty of
New York, via let. For the purchaae of a lot of ground for
the uae of liook and Ladder Company No. 13, in Fifth itreet;
a locati n in the vicinity of No. 3 6 wonld be deairable, if aa
favorable aa any other to the intureata of the city. 2d. For
the purchaae of a lot for lloae Company No. SO, fat the neigh
borhood of No. 96 Fourth atreet, between Perry and Charles
atrceta. 3d. For the purchase of a lot in tho vicinity of Thir
teenth atreet, between Sixth and Ninth avenue*, for the uie
of the Fire Department to be aaaigned to Hoae Company
No. )2. 4th. Alao, for leasing a aultable building in the vi
cinity of tho Second avenue and Twontieth or Twenty-first
streets, for atation bouse for the Eighteenth Police 8tatioa.
The propositions ahould give the width and depth of the lot
in feet, the name and number of the itreet, ana the streets or
avonuei between which it 1* aituated. A olear title will be
roquirod, and payment will be mado on the delivery of the
deed to the Comptroller, where lota are purchaaed. In oaie
a lean*, payment will be made quarterly. Eaoh proposition
ahould be aealod up and directed aa follows:? "Proposals for
eale of lot in Fifth atreet," or Fourth itreet, or Thir
teenth atreet. And the proposition thus aealed up and thua
directed, ihould then be ancloied in a seoond envelope, and
directod on the outiide aa followi: ? "A. C. Flagg, Comptrol
ler, Hall of Recordi, New York." The right ii reaerved on
the part of the Corporation to reject any or all of the bidi,
if ii considered necessary to promote or proteot the intereit*
of the city. A. C. FLAUQ, Comptroller.
T NTS BEST ON CITY STOCKS.? THE INTEREST OB
X the publlo itoika of the eity of New York, due and para
ble on the first day of NoTember, 1863, will be paid on that
day by F. W. Edmoadi, Eiq^, Chamberlain of the eity, at tha
Meahanioi' Bank, No. S3 Wall atreet. The tramfer book!
will be sloaed Tuesday. October U, at 3 o'elook P. M. Vol
the aeoommodatlon of itookholdera, transfer* will be permit
ted during the period Jtha hooka remain oloied, to take ef
teot Not 1. A. C. FLAGG, Comptroller,
Com p trailer 'a Oflioe, New York, Ooi, 1, 1863.
Monet.? oo to 289 and 2ra Broadway, up stairs,
If yon want money.? Caah is advanoed on Jewelry, dry
good*, diamonds, silver ware, watohes, silks, olothlng, piano*,
furniture, Ac. Also bought on liberal term*, up itairi, room
8, from 9 to 6 o'elook. ?
Money at 48 vesey street, in any sum be
quired. Liberal advances made on (or bought out for
cash.) merchandise of most all kinoa, segars, pianos, watches,
diamonds, Jewelry, fire-arms, dry goods, ana property gene
rally. For sale cheap, Havana and Amerioan sugars, Ac.
from nine to fivo o'clock.
OFFICE OF THE NEW YORK GAS LIGHT COMPANY,
Ootober 10, 1863.? The President and directors have
this day declared a dividend of five per cent on the capital
?took of th* oompany for the ilx month* ending lit August
hut, and five dollar* per (hare from th* prooeeai of the real
estate formerly oooupied by the oompany on Canal and Hei
ter itreet*, payable to the itookholder* on and after Tueiday,
lit November next. The tramfer book will be elo**d from
the 26th in*t until Chat date. By order,
C. L. EVKRITT, Secretary.
Remittances to England, Ireland, scot
land and Walea.? Billi of the Bank of Charleiton on
th* Bank of Liverpool, in nun* of one pound atcrling and
upward*, negotiable at any of the bank* in the United King
dom, for *a>* by CENTER A CO., 20 Old alip,
oorner of Water itreet.
LEGAL NOTICES.
Louisiana commissioner- henrv c. banks.
No. 4 New City Hall, .(Corporation Attorney'! office), haa
been, by the present executive of Lousiana, re-appointed a
commissioner, with the power to take depositions, acknow
ledgment) ofj deed*, letters of attorney, Ac., in the State of
New York, to be usod in the State of Louisiana.
SUPRIMK COURT.? IN THE MATTER OF THE Ap
plication of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Commenalty of
the.oity of New York, relative to the opening of Eighty-fifth
?treat, from the Third arcane to the Kail river, in the olty of
New York. Purraant to statutes in aneh oaae made and pro
vided, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Commonalty of the oitjr of
New York, hereby give notloe that they intend to apply to
the Bnpreme Court of tho State of New York, at aspeoial
term ?f the said court, to bo held at tho ofty of Now York, on
Saturday, the 19th day of November, 1853,. at the opening of
tho ejurt on that day, or aa *oon thereafter aa oounael oan be
hoa rd, for the appointment of Comminionen of Egtimato ant
Assessment in the above entitled matter ; that the nature
and extent of the improvement hereby Intended b the open
ing of Eighty-firth street from Third avenue to tho hit rivec.
In the olty of New York, as laid out on tho map or plan of
?aid olty. nndor and by virtue of an aot of tho Legislature of
the people of the State of New York, entitled " An Aot rela
tive to improvement*, touohing tho laving ont of itreete and
roadi in the city of Now York, ana for other purpooot,"
passed April I, ltW. ROBERT J. DILLON,
Oounael to the Corporation.
Dated New York, October i 1S63.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK,
CROWELL'8 ORNAMENTED PATENT CAST IRON
railing, without rirote.? Au entiro now article unrivalled
for stmplicuy, durability and economy, adapted to any style,
pattern, or ornament, and warranted 25 conts per running
loot les* than can be put up nn the rivet principle. The
New York Foundry and Iron Railing Company manufactures
this railing, together with every description of iron work for
buildings, bank aud vault, doors, shutters, brackets, oo
lumos, vault covers, (ratings, balconies, verandahs, oScoand
desk railing, door and window guard", to. Foundry foot of
Forty-sixth street North river. Castings of all descriptions
at the lowest price. Specimens of tho railing in seotions
oan be seen at their wareroows, TJ Duaio struct, a lew doors
cast of Broadway.
NEW YORK BERLIN IRON EURNITURE WORKS. -
Wm. T. Batohelor, formerly of No. 66 Duane street
roapeotfully apprises his friends, that having completed aft
raagement* for a new business eonneotion, under the nam
and Arm of W. T. Batohelor A Co., he will oontiaae the man
afactnre of iron furniture In all its branohes, upon a seals
corresponding with the inoreasing demand, at Nos. 7> and
91 Duane street. The eetablishment will command at all
times the freshest spsolmene and pattcrne of tho art from
abroad, will make eiioh improvjments as may be practicable,
and will bring out from time to time original designs of every
variety, style and price. W. T. B. eordially invites his old
customers in the oity and oountry to visit his warercems and
examine his stock, consisting of bedsteads, hi tstands, setieos
ohairs, brackets, mirrors, spittoons, door and window guards, I
hotel, hospital, asylum and army bedsteads, umbrella stands j
fire stjncs, oribs, cradles, eentro tables, Ao. Ottee and
wxrereems in eonneotlun with tho New York Foundry %n4
Iron Railing Company, Nos. 79 and 81 Dsane street, *fe?
doe?* east or Broadway. W. T. BACHELOR t CO
THK TBLEURAPH,
TnE MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.? NEW YORK OFFICES,
corner el Hanover and Heaver streota, and in the main en
trance of the Irving House, Broadway-? entrance for ladies at
the door on Chambers street. The Jlagnetio Telegraph Compa
ny, for the purpose of further accommodation to the public, to
keep pace with tho rapidly increasing telegraph business,
and enable their agents to despatch, with the utmost promp
titude, all messages that maybe offered, have, at a heavy ex
pense for construction and repairs, now completed and in
setive operation, two separate and distinct lines of poles and
telegraphic wires, extending from New York |to the city of
Washington? one by the railroad route, with five wires irom
New York to Philadelphia, and four wires from Philadelphia to
Baltimore and Washington, by the other line, along the tnrn
pike roads, there are two wires tho whole distance, and the com
pany have stations at Washington, Trenton, New Brunswick,
Princeton, Newark. Jersey City, Havre de Orsce, Port De
posit, and New Hope. With seven wires, as above, and regu
lations to inpuro prompt delivery, this company affords to
persons disposed to avail themselves of the use ana advantage
of this rapid modo of communicating with personal or busiueae
friends In distant cities, an extent of means for promptitude
unequalled by any other line in this country. Telegraphing?
but reecntly an experiment ? has become a systematic and
reliable medium of hushieas, and the amount of thousands
opon thousands of dollars is daily transacted through its
agency.
l'aicgs.? For the transmission often words or less, (exclu
sive of date, address and signature, far which uo charge is
made, the prices are:? From New York to Newark, twenty
cents; to Philadelphia, twenty live cents; and to Baltimore
and Washington, fifty cents. Open daily from 8 A.M. to Is
P.M. WM. M. SWAIN, President.
Wm. P. Wcatchvelt, Superintendent.
PUBLICATION*.
pOMPl.ETE.? THE COUNTESS DE CHARITY; OR. THE
\J Pall o) tin' French Monarchy. Wing the linal conclusion
of the " Memoirs of a Physioian, ' " The Queen's Necklace,"
and " Six Years' l.ater, or Taking of tho Bastile," By Alex
ander Dumas, author of "The Iron Mask," " Louise La Val
Here,'' " The Oneen's Necklace," "Si.xTOtrs' l.ater; or, the
Taking <>f thi* llastiie," '? Memoirs of a Physlolen," "Gene
viete. " Isabel of Bavaria," "Edward Dante*," Diana, of
Merldor, Ac.
This Ion* looked for sequel and continuation of the Me
moirs of a Physician, by the treat French author, Alexander
Dntna?, is publirhed this dny, complete In two large octavo
volumnit, price 50 cents a volume. Those who have read the
I .receding work* of this marniflent romance of French his
ory need not be urgod to buy this book. They will be too
Elad to hear of a continuation and oonclnsion. Any that
avo not read Dumas in this his greatest and most instruc
tive production should begin during the summer days, and
no pleasure will be found an agreeable and nothing in novel
form so useful and so absorbing.
Copies will be ssnt to any ono frep of postage on receipt of
remittances, adrrssed to tho publisher, T. B. PETERSON,
1U2 Cuts nut street, Philadelphia.
-? clLbTiZflor%?. * ' "
(1LOTHINO AND FURNITURE.? LADIES AND GEN
J tleinen being desirous of converting the above into cash,
can obtain a fair cash price by lending to the subscriber, M
Elm street, or addressing him by post. M. S. COHEN.
(1LOTHING, FURNITURE? LADIES OR ORNTLRMRR
J having any to dispose ef can reeaive a fair cash price, by
sending to the stoma, Ri West Broadway and 14 West Broad
havlag any to dispose ef can reeaive a fair cash price, by
ling to the stores, M West Broadway and 1U West Broa<
way place; or hy letter. Ladlee attended to by Mrs. Cohen.
L. COHEN.
MAST OFF CLOTHING - $2,000 WORTH WANTED.
U The highest eash price will be liberally given, in current
money, for lane or small lote of good cast off clothing, of
every deecription. Addreee, through post, or call oa JAMES
MORON Y, No. 11 Orasge street, near Chatham.
Jewelry gune,
venom m\<ie,
Addr^s or ?nn!y
k?t etgeot
HE H
^???????Ploehaaies' tool*, watches,
fHiotols, instruments of every description. Ad
I|mM on all kiatls ol perianal property.
rtj t? 8. WWtff, ft vm
EpURNITURE, FURNITORE ?THE HIOI1E8T PRICE
f paid for household furniture, mech^^^^^^^^^^M
?HIPP1IVO.
FfR UVKKr?K?U-CNITRD STATES MAIL WTtAU
?hip ATI. ANTIC, J?mr? H'mI CoBiuidir. Thiaateam
ahiv alll dor. art with the CniUd Sutoa mail* for Europe po
sitively ui Sal'jrdav, Oct 29, it 1] o'elonk X., from her berth
kt tho foot of fanel street.
for fr*i?l.t gr raaaage. unequalled aeoomodatioa*
tor slecanoe Ana comfort tpib to
EDwARD K. COLLINS M Wall*.
ruuiKtn UI requeated to be board it 11 W A. M.
Tho ateamahip PAOiriO *11 Willi tho ATLANTIC, |U
MA Not. 13th.
THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES
Mall SUuun.-1 Th* (tip* oom prising thia Uni m th*
following : ?
ATLANTIC Captain Wirt.
PACIFIC Captain Nyi.
ARCTIC Captain Lao*.
BALTIC Captain Comatoek.
ADRIATIC Cantata
The** ibipi bar* boom built by oontraet especially tor
goverameat aervioe; ???17 ear* baa b**> taken Ln tboir oon
?tructlon, a* in their mpui, to inaure atrength and a pood,
and tbalr accommodation* for paaaenger* an unequalled tor
eleganoe and comfort.
Price* of paasace from N*w York to Liverpool:? In first
ola** eabia, $120: in seoond cabin, STO; eaeluaive uae of extra
tii* state room, 8S0O.
from Lirorpool to New Tork, ?90 and MB.
An exp*ri*no*d surgeon attached to taob ablp.
V* b*rtba secured till paid for.
? noroaxD oATca roa a AiLma.
From New York. From Liverpool.
Saturday, Oot. 29 18SS Wednesday, Nev. t IKS
Saturday, Nov. 1] 1369 Wednesday, Not. IS 18M
Saturday, N*t. V 1808 Wednesday, Not. 90 1HM
Saturday, Deo. 10 1868 Wednesday, Doo. 14 1863
Saturday, D*o. 14 18SS Wedneeday, Dm 28 1861
Tor freight or pasaace apply to
XDWARDTcollINS, k CO., No. M WaU atreet,
BROWN, SHIPLEY k CO., LiverpooL
JOHN MONRO* A CO., No. 91 Rue Notr* Dam* dM
Viotoirea, Paria; or
GEORGE H. DRAPER. Harr*.
The owner* of theae abipa will not be accountable for gold,
allTer, bullion, aneoie, jewelry, preoiona atone*, or metal*,
vnleaa blUa of lading are ilgned therefor, and the Talue there
of therein e?pre**ed.
THB BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL
mail steamships.
from hew tork to litbafool.
Chief oaMn passage $110
Beoond cabin passage 70
from aoaros to mtbrpool.
Chief eabla 4100
Beoond oabin paeaage Si
The ahipa from Boaton oall at Halifax.
ARABIA, Captain JndUna. AMERICA, Captain L*lt*k.
PERSIA, Captain Ryrl*. RDROPA, Capt. Shannon.
ASIA, Captain E. O. Lott. CANADA, Captain Stone.
AFRICA, Capt. Harrlaon. NIAGARA, Captain Lang.
Theae ve**el* earry a dear whit* light at maat bead; green
on atarboard bow; red on port bow.
Arabia, Judklna, from New York, Wedneeday, 19th Oet.
Canada, Bton*, from Boston, Wodnesday, 18th Oet.
Aria, Lott, from New York, Wedneaday, 2d Not.
Niagara, Leiteh, from Boston, Wodneaday, 9th Not.
Afnoa, HarrUon, from New York, Wednesday, ltfth Not.
Europa, Shannon, from Boaton, Wodneaday, 2Sd Not.
Arabia, Judkins, from New York, Wedneaday, 30 lb Not.
Bertha not aeourod until paid for.
An experienced surgeon on board.
Tbe ownera of these ships will not be aeeountable tor geld,
silver. bullion, apeeie, Jewelry, preoieua atonea er metal*, nn
law bill* of lading ar* aigntd tberefer, aad the mine thereat
therein exrraa**d.
Fer freight or passage apply te
E. CUNARD. No. d Bowling Or?. 1
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREME <f.? THB UNITED
SUte* mall ateamer HERMANN, E. Hlggins, (U. S. N.,)
commander, will sail for Bremen, touching at Southampton
to land the mail* and passenger* for England and Franoe,
on Saturday, NoTemher 6th, from pier N*. 3 North riTer.
Prioe of paeaage:?
In flrit eabln, main aaloon $120
In Drat cabin, lower aaloon 100
In accond cabin 60
An experieaoed aurgeon is attached to eaoh steamer. All
letters must pass through the Post Otflco. Specie delivered
in Havre*na London. For passago or freight, apply to
MOLLER, SAND A RIBRA, Agenta, 26 Seuth street.
STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND GLASGOW.?
The Glasgow and New York Steamahip Company'* new
ateamer GLASGOW, 0,962 tona, 400 horae power,) Robert
Craig, commander, will leaTe New York for Glaagow on Sa
turday, November 6, at 12 o'olook, noon. Flrat cabin, aaloon
stateroom*, #80; do. do., mldallp do., $76; seeond eabln, $00;
third elaa*, $20? ateward'a feea Inolnded. Apply to
J. MuSYMOM, ? Broadway.
THB LIVERPOOL AND PHILADELPHIA STEAM
ahip Company inten 1 atarting their favorite stoamshipa
FROM PHILADELPHIA,
City of Glaagow Saturday, Oot. 8.
City of Mancheater Saturday, Not. 8.
FROM LIVERPOOL.
City of Glasgow Wedneeday, Sept. 14.
City of Manchester Wednesday, Oet. 12.
Saloon $90, $66, and $66, (aocording to state rooms.)
A limited number of third-class passenger* will b* taken,
and found with comfortably oooked provision*, for
$26 to Liverpool | $40 from Liverpool.
Parties wishing to bring out their frieada can obtain ocrtifi
eates of passage, and draft* on the Bank of Ireland in auma
of ?1 sterling and upwarda. Handbills can be had at tbe of
floe of THOMAS RICHARDSON, Annt,
No. 16 Broadway.
PACKETS TO HA YRE? SECOND LINK. -THE Fol
lowing ship* will leave Havr* on th* 18th, and N*w York
on the latof eaoh month;?
From N*w York. From Havr*.
Ship ST. DENIS,
1,000 ton* burthen,
Alonto Fojlanabee, matter,
Ship ST. NICOLAS,
LOW tona burthen,
John Bracdon, master,
New ahip MERCURY,
1,400 tona burthen,
R. D. Conn, maater,
Ship WILLIAM TELL,
Jan. I. Feb. 16.
?ay 1. June 16.
Sent. 1. Oct. 16.
Feb. 1. Mar. 16.
Jnnel. July 16.
Oct. 1. Nov. 16.
Mar. 1. Apr. 16.
July 1. Aug. 16.
Nov. 1. Dee. 16.
Apr. I. May 16.
Stew,) 1,200 tona burthen, S Aug. 1. Sept. 16.
amea Funk, maater, } Deo. 1. Jan. 16.
They are all flrat claaa New York built aliips, provided with
all requisite artioles for the comfort and eonvenlenoe of paa
aengers, and commanded by m?-n of experience in tbe trade.
The prioe of passage is $100, without winea or liquor*. Goods
aent to tbe subscribers, will be forwarded free from any
obargea but those actually inonrred.
BOYD k HINCKEN, Agenta, 164 Pearl atreet.
US. KAIL LINE FOR CALIFORNIA. ? REDUCTION
? in the prioo of paaaage.? D. S. Mill Steamship Co. con
necting with th? Pacific Mail fitonnhip Co., carrying the
(reat United States mail. For California and Oregon, via
Aipinwall and Panama. The D. 8. Hail Steamahip Company
Intend to deapatoh for Aipinwall on Saturday, Not. 5th, at
2 o'eloek, P. M., from pier foot of Warren atreet, the fait
?ailing double engine iteamihip ILLINOIS, Capt. H. J.
Hartatene, U. S. N., to convect at Panama with ,he Paclfis
Nail Steamship Company'! steamer JOHN L. STEPHENS,
Capt. R. L. l'ierion. Through tioketa for California by tbeaa
favorite iteameri can now be purohaaed at very low rata*.
The tr?riit of the Iethmu* (at the expenie of the paasonger)
ii now made in part by railroad, and the facilities for o reel
ing the Iithraui are inch ai cannot be found on anyother
route to California. Forpaaaage, apply to CHAS. A. WHIT
NEY, at the office, 177 Weat itroet, corner of Warren street.
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.?
The Iteamihip UNITED STATES will be despatched
by thii aompany for Havana and New Orleani, on Thuraday,
October 27, at 2 P. M., from Warren itreet pior. Freight for
New Orleani will be received at 40 centa per foot. Specie
only takon on freight to llavana. For panago, apply at the ;
office of the company, 177 YVeit itreet, corner of Warren.
M. O. ROBERTS. |
New york and California steamship line.
via Nicaragua. ? The Aceossorv Traniit Company, or
Nicaragua, proprlotori.? Through in advanoo of the mail.?
Only line giving through tiokoti, including the Isthmus cross
ing.? The new double cngino steamship PROMETHEUS, 2,1100
tona burthen, will leave from pier No. 3 North river, at three
o'olock, P. M., precisely, for San Juan del Norte, on Satur
day, November 5th, connecting with the new and favorite
iteamaliip CORTES, (2,000 torn burthen,) over the Nicaragua
Traniit route, having but twelve mllea of land transporta
tion. These ateameri are unsurpassed in their ventilation
and aocommtdationa. For information or paaaago, apply on
ly to CHAS. MORGAN, Agent, No. 3 Bowling Grbon.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.? THE NEW DOUBLE ENGINE
iteajnship, SAN FRANCISCO, will bu dispatched (for
the above port via Rio de Janeiro and Valparaiso; On Tues
day, November 18, by the Paoiiic Mail Steamship Company,
U and So South itreet.
PIONEER AUSTRALIAN LINE.? THR CLIPPER SIIIP
EDWARD, Capt. Colby, is now loading at hit berth,
pier 10 East river, and has three fonrthi of her oargo on
Board. WHl litve qniek deapatch. Shirpera will pleaie ior
ward their goods without delay. A low ftret aud aeeund
oabln berthi yet unengaged. The Edward will be aucoeeded
by the i lirper ahip Ocean Steed, to aail about Not. 20. Aprly
to R. W. CAMERON, 116 WaU itreet.
FOR BERMUDA AND ST. THOMAS? ROYAL MAIL
rteamer MERLIN, M Cronan, commander. This steam
I ship wiU aail lor the above iolandi on Monday, November 7.
, Pauage .monoy to Bermuda. $30; to St. Thomai, $7D. For
passage, apply to E. CUNARD, No. 4 BowUng Green.
For jacksonyillb and pilatka, Florida,
via Darien, Brnr.swtck and St. Mary's, csrrying the Uni
ted Statea mail.- The ateameri ST. JOHNS, Captain Jame*
Freeborn; WF.LAKA, Capt. N. King, and WM. GASTON,
Capt. Thoi. E. Shaw, leavi Savannah every Tueiday, Thurs
day and Saturday morning, at 10 o'eloek, for the above pointi,
eonnsotlng with tho New York and Savannah iteamihipi.
Theae boats, having unsnrpaiaed accommodationi for pai
lengeri, and taking the inland route, ofTer inperloc induoc
menti to invalid! and others viilting the South. Through
ticket! to either of the above point*, and any farther infor
mation; oan be obtained on application to ;
S. L. MITCHILL, IS Broadway.
For savannah and Florida.? united states
Mail Line ?The new and splendid ateamahip FLORIDA,
M. 8. Woodhull, will leave on Saturday, Ootober 29, from
pier No. 4 North river. Apply to
SAMUEL L. MITCHELL. No. 18 Broadwar.
The ALABAMA, (leorge R. Schenok, leave* on Wed
nesday, Novtmber 2. Through ticket* from New York to
Jacksonville, >11; Pilatka, MS.
OR CHARLESTON.? NEW FORK. AND SOUTHERN
ateamahip Company. Weekly line. The double eagln* steam
ship Benjamin Franklin, S. Adkins, conimandsr, will receive
freight at her berth, pier No. 12, East Rhir on Tuesday, Oct.
23, and aail on Friday, Oot. 2", at .'t o'clock P. M. For iroight
or paaaai <? apply at the office, where all bills uf lading will be
aigned. E. LINCOLN A CO., No. 4S South street. Freight
on measurement goods, sight cents per cubio loot. Agents in
Charleston, Meier*. T. S. and T O. Bodd. Through tickets
to Florida a? follows:? To Jacksonville, >23; Pilatka, MO.
The steamship William l'enn will succeed, and sail on Fri
day, November 4. .
FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA.? SEMI WBKKI.F
U.S. Mail Line? The now and fast going steamer MA
RION, W. Foster, commander, will leave pier No. 4 North
river, on Saturday, Aug. 2!', at 4 o'clock. P.M., preoiiely. For
freight, apply on board, where all hill* of litdiag will be
signed, and for parage, at the office of SPOFFORD, TILES
TON A CO., .'HI Broadway. Through tickets to Florida, as
lollowa: ? To Jacksonville, HI; to Pilatka, *3.1.
For norfolr, Petersburg, and riohmond
United Statei Mail line.? The ateamahip ROANOKE,
Captain Cavendy, leavsi every Tasiday; and the JAMES
TOWN, Captain Parriah, every Saturday, at 4 o'eloek P. M.,
from pier 13 North river. The accommodation* for paaien
gers by theae ihlp* are unaarpaased. For freight apply en
"d fo^PLU^iAM * PLEASANTS, SI Broadway.
STEAMBOAT FOR MLR ?THR STEAMBOAT JOHN
Marshall, new lying at the v-.,t at Liberty street; length,
KM teet; beam, 27 foetUiolJ-O leet 4 Inches; beam engine,
41S inch cylinder, and IV>S tftt stroke. Thia boat wa* bsflt
! In Baltimore in the year IflML a copper faatened and oop
! pered, and has good speed: sftftia- well found in every respect,
, and has aeconimodation w a about two hundred passcngsr*.
I WiU bo sold low to cloieaa oonceru. Apply to CHAS. W.
! COPELAND. No. 44 Bmatwav.
_____
JUST PUBLISUED ? CAPTAIN 'NGR AIIAM'S POR
trait. Fox sals at O. F. QUNTHER'S, 14 North William
itreet.
BXPMH ACUBHCUS.
SWHANGE OF HOUR.? KINGSLRF * CO.'S RXPRRM,
for Newport, Fall River, and Bolton, oeanectlag with
?e eastern express, will leave office No. 1 Wall (treet, oorntt
ef Broadway, on and after Monday, October >4, at * te 4 T.
M. Fer Philadelphia and the Sdutk, at >j to ? P. M.
QPECIAL EXPRESS NOTICE.- ADAMS A OO. WILL
p rnn an sipre** betweea New York and Res ten, via New
Haven, Hartford and Spriacfteld Railroad *, esaaaaenetag ?
Saturday. OeUtor I, for the transportation of etpree* paek
M* gtaerally. Express will leave the effia* at 4? T. M.,
Call* lit* vs Bntton at wn" ?<??'* **th rn?u swears as
1H1 4 W. wmirtst
Axoianirn,
BOWERT THE %TRE.? DOORS OPE* AT 7; C0BTAIN
rises ?t 7H o'clock.
Thursday evening. October 27, wilt be performed
Til ? BLACK DOC TOR.
Fabian Mr. Eddy
Briquet Mr. Wigini
Grinimand .... Mr Hamilton
St. Luce. Mr. John* too
Jacquee Mr. Lefflnjrwoll
Andrs Mr. Glenn
Pauline Mr* Ptrkir
Marchioness Mrs. Dana
Liaette Mr>. Broadly
Lit Mli? Httrrinf
Ma*. D'Orville. . Mrt. liallotk
Julia. Mri. Harrit
, .??nr. uicnu I vmn. ... .... ? ?
THE FLYING DUTCHMAN.
Yanderdtcken. ..Mr- Stevent I Tom Ya'nith Mr. Stone
VonBummel. .Mr. Ieffingwell J Les telle Mi?? tlitfert
Modrny .Mr. Dunn | Lacy Mix Herring
BURTON'S THEATRE, CHAMBERS STREET.? DOOM
open ?t 6!4; curtain riaes at 7 o'clock.
Thursday evening, Oc tober 37, will be performed
? .. TRYING IT ON.
Mr. Jobitock. ..Mr. Anrfrewsl Mri. Jobstoek Mr?. Cook
THE YOUNO ACTRESS.
Cro.sehei Mr. RadoUff I Mrt. Croetehex. . . Mrt. Cook*
Tragedian Mr. Johntton I Maria Mitt Robertson
PARIS AND LONDON.
if" Jaequet Pram. Antoine Hvpolite da Frlsae. Mr. Placid a
ThomaaTrot Mr. Button
volatU.. Mr. Jordan
Froth Mr. llolman
Haakitt Mr. Johnaton
Lady Yolatil. .Mia* Raymond
Roaa Mrt. Barton
Sally Trot Mrt. Cook
Mae. St. Jnllanna.Miaa Maaon
National theatre, Chatham street.? doors
op?n at 7; curtain riset at 7V o'clock.
Thuxtday evening, October 27, will be performed
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
Unola Torn Mr. J. Llncard
St. CUirt Mr. J. B. Howe
Gumpton Cote , . . .Mr. H. Stone
Eva Little Cordelia Howard
Mrt. Maok
Elba Mrt. J. J. Prior
Catty Mrt. Bannltter
Ophelia Mrt. Bradthaw
EmmeUne Mitt Barber
Maria Mitt Landert
Fletcher.. . Mr. O. W. L. Fox
Harrit Mr. J. J. Prior
Lerree Mr. N. B. Clarke
Wilton Mr. Toultnin
Perry Mr. L. Fox
GEO. CHRISTY A WOOD'S MINSTRELS, NO. M
Broadway, above Howard itreet.
OPEN EVERY EVENING.
H. Wood Butinoet Manager
Geo. Christy, (at profetsionally known) Stage Manager
MONDAY EVENING.
TOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC,
DANCES, NEGRO DELINEATIONS,
BURLEtQUES, ETC., ETC.
Doora open at oommenet at 7 >4 o'olook.
Tioketa .....31 oentt.
BUrKLEY'8 OI'ERA HOUSE CHINESE HALL, W?
Broadway, near 'he St Ni bolaa Hotel. ? Open every
nixht, by the celebrated Buckley's New Orleana Serenaders,
the oldest established ml moat talented company in exist
ence, beii r t tie tint to introduce harmony into an Ethiopian
entertainment, the first to ting Operatic Choruses, perform
lturle?'|uu Opi ras, Ac., Ai.; lUewii o, all Operatio Chorines,
now suae by other " bands," were first arranged, (at the ex
pense of labor and talent,) by Buckley's Perenaders. The
management has the honor <f announcing that the Conocrts
of this Company will atill be conducted in its present fishioi -
able style? "fun without vulgarity." Convert commences at
7>a o'clock. Admission. 23 cents.
BI CKI.EY8, Proprietora.
R. BISHOP BUCKLEY, Musical Director.
FRANCONI'S HIPPODROME.? YOIX, HO t TALLY HOI
aaconn win or rut
GREAT ENGLISH STEEPLE CHASE,
Ladioa Leaning Hurdles, Fences, and over a Twelve Foot
Ditch, mounted on their full brod Hunters.
Mont. Chiarini't Horses will play the organ, and danoe to
the mnaio.
The lad lea and gentlemen will appear liktwitt in the
Chariot Racet, and all the other splendid noveltiet of the
Hinpsdromt.
Two entertainments given daily? afternoon and evening.
Boies, 60 tenta; pit, 23 otntt; dress oirole, 91. Colored
boxes, 28 cent*.
BARNUM'S MUSEUM.? THOSE INCOMPARABLE Gi
raffes, alive and beautiful, at well at the Swlst Bearded
Lady, are still to be soen without extra oharge to the Mu
seum visiters. Thursday's performances:? Afternoon, at 3,
the comic piece of THE tjUEEN'S OWN and the droll piece
of STATE SECRETS; evening, at 7K THE OLD FOLKS AT
HOME. Admission to everything, 25 eentt; children under
ten, 12>? oentt; Parquet ana Balcony, 12% oente extra.
M.
JULLIEN AT METROPOLITAN HALL,
roR
ONI NIGHT ONLY,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER S,
on his way through from Boston to Philadelphia, When k*
appoart on Wednesday, Novembers.
TTNCLE TOM'S CABIN AT THE NATIONAL THEATRE.
U Notice to Citizens an/. Sthanoeiis.
The great aud original drama of UNCLE TOM'S CABIN,
by G. L. Aiken, E?i|., whicl has becu performed with such
immense suocest at the National Theatre every night since
the 18th of July, and in which the youthful wonder, Little
Cordelia Howard, appears as the Keiit'c Eva, will he continued
EVERY EVENING IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER,
And every Wednesday and Saturday af'ernoors.
Adm ttion, 25 conts to Dreit Circlo. Reiuemhor the Na
tional Theatre is sitoated in Chatham street, near Roosevelt,
and this is the only place in whic a the oorroot version, from
Mrt. Harriet Seedier Stowu's work, can be witnessed in New
York.
WASHINGTON CIRCUS, CORNER OP THIRTY
nlnth street and Sixth avenue.? Moore, Thompson A
Mann, Proprietor!.
A NEW PANTOMIME.
A new Episode; Madame Tournlaire on Five nnrtet; Mont.
Rosenbaum, the great French Contortionist; W. B. Carroll
and La Petite Marie in l'Equlpolte de 1' Enfant; the Antonio
Brothera In l<e Perehe.
The ntnal Ring Performances tvery afternoon tnd evening.
Doora open at 2 and 7; performance at 3 and 7X P. M.
Admittion to aU parts of the houee., 25 oents.
MRS. EMMA G. BOBTWICK RESPECTFULLY IN
fornit her frieuda and the publio that the will give a se
ries of mnsioal soirees, at Nibfo's Saloon, oommnuolng on
Tuesday. Nov. I. They will be given weekly, and subscribers
to the series, which will oonsist of four, will be entitled to
two secured teat i at each concert, on the payment of $3. Sin
gle admission $1. The subscription book is now onm at the
mntio ttore of Mettrs. Wm. Hall A Sons, corner of Broadway
and Park place.
SIGNOR BLITZ? 8TU YVES A NT INBTITUTB, M
Broadway. ? Performance* every evening, commencing
at 7>> o'clock, and on Wednesday and Saturday artsrnootu,
at 3, oonaisting of treat and laughable powers of VentrUe
guism, the Learned Canary Bird*, and Remarkable ftatl la
Natural Magio. Admission, 25 centa; children, 12>? cent*.
The bryan gallery of christian art, con
taininga series of two hundred authentic paintings, by
the moat celebrated Italian, Spanish, Flemish, and French
maators, from Guido de Sienne, (A. D. 1112,) down to Horace
Vernet U now open for exhibition at Broadway, near
Union Park. Admission, Z3 cents. exhibition hours from 10
A. M._to 10F. M.
FRANKENSTEIN'S PANORAMA OF NIAGARA WIL6
vorjr soon leave tlie city.? Exhibited at Hope Chapel,
principal hotels, and music atoruf.
BANVARD'S nOLY LAND.? Tn* REY. MR. BALCH
will irive a course of lecture* on the painting*, com
mencing Monday evening, October 24, at the Ueorama, 596
Broadway. Admiiaion, a* uiual, 26 cent*; Front Seat*, 50
cent*. Commence* at 7K o'clock.
FRANKLIN MUSBUM, ITS CHATHAM BTBBBT, Bfit
Lea, Proprietor.? The abor* establishment It *?*? VM>
afteraooa, at 3 o'clock, and In th* evening at JH, fM S
parpoie ef " Classic and original repreeoatatiea* ef UfS
B'atwary," by M'Ue Caatiaavs Treap* of Modal AlMata, if
gcther with a variety of bcaattfal performances. Tor
rarUcular*. sen fclllo ol each day. Admission? Boat* In K>
vat* boxes, H statu, atace teat*, with rnsht*n*d am ?Mnr
17K cento; kotos, 15 seat*; galliry, IS* *ent(.
THM LAND Ot Tfll BlBbB? EGYPT? LLLbHTRA*!*
by it* antiquities, at Br. Abbot's Mniaam, )nm
institste, ?'?09 Broadway, tas greatest t'.tractiou ia tJ>e art*
vtll eke* In Oet'.'ser. 'open It uq si A. M. it' I*, lit. A i
snteeien M ??at?.
Hutchinson famjly concerts.? tickets to
be hail for these pleasing singers' Concert*, and ill their
favorite send*, including " Little Topsr." at lloraoc Waters,
833 Broadway, the great and inuslo catablHiment.
BROOKLYN MUSEUM ? JtlillTON DRAMATIC ASSOC J.
atinn. ? Thi? evening, October -7, lJiVi, will bo p<r
formed the "ltake'i I'nigrcia" ? Rakewell. Mr. Eiton; Murk
ham, Mr. Howard. After which "I ho Dead Shot" ? Hoour
Timid, Mr. Lovi'll. Tn oomlmle with "A Village Talo.''
Tlekct* to be hail at ih* door, and of tha MaW*.
C CHANGE OF PLACE FOR EXHIBITING
J THE SEVEN MILK M'KRO*.
After Friday noxt, 2m h iust. , the Mirror will bercmoTtt to
ACADEMY HALL, MS BROADWAY,
Where it will reopen on
MONDAY EVENING. 31ST INST
7 hare will be no exhibitions on Saturday or Monday aftot
noons. the Gift licket* will be for sale nntil 10 P. M., OB
Saturday, at
CHINESE BUILDING, HP BROADWAY,
After which, the nScc lor their -ale will be permanent at
ACADEMY HAjuL, 6>tt BKOADWAV.
i nn nno uIF "ra roR TDE people.? pbrhami
iUUiUUv Cl?T ExKIFITlONg OF TMB
SEVEN MILE MIRROR
Of THE LAKES, NIAGARA FALLS, AC.,
Everv alternoon and evening, at the
CHINESE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, 5Jfl BROADWAY.
Gift tickets, admitting four feraon* and (eouring on* ah art
ef the 100,000 gift*, only SI.
For (ale at the Chines# Building, from > A. M. to It F. M.
Alao, at Horaoa Water*' Music store, KSS Broadway.
Full particulars in the Herald of ye*t*rday and te -morrow:
alio in Sua of to-day.
PERHjM'8 GIFT TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR EACH
Foa *tile at the
CHINESE ASSEMBLY ROOMS. 339 BROADWAY,
From ? A.M. to 111 P. M. daily.
Good for four ad mi salon ami one gift.
NATIONAL CIRCUS, PHILADELPHIA.? LEVI J
North having obtained a lease of the Philadelphia Na
tional Cirrus, Cli. ?nnt street, ha* tho honor to announo* Uit
oretiug of that establishment
ON MONDAY EVENING, OCT. SI.
In addition to his own excellent troupe of Amerioan Rldeft
he bs* the pleasure to announce the engagement ot come ef
Thk Most Ehinxht EvaoncAW Timot,
which will sap ear in iinirklucosslon during the soaaon
Tug Kti'stamiAx amd Dramatic Paoica^t*
introduced upon the stspe and in the arena will be pro4tW4
in a style ef aplendor hitherto unseen in thia comitry.
The programme will be published next week.
?t> Cft/l ? LEGERDEMAIN, CABALISTIC ARr,
A.tJUU. ancient and modern magicians' etperiments,
new and oomplatc, for sale fer the above sum. or will be ex
changed for other rood property. TM* is indisputably tha
finest apparatus ia the world, embrating all th* anoient and
modem magicians' experiments, without *iception, by which,
after a few le**ons, the molt inexperienced perion oan expert
ly perform all those wonderful feat* of legerdemsia which are
the weader of the present day. Undoubtedly tlii* aaparatn*
will prove a fortune to any person who will d*vot* his time to
th* (xhibitiou, the pracent owner'* 111 health l>eiag hi* obtta
ele. A* the pnr< ha**r may dealre, he can either procure tie
services of a magu iaa of talent, who can effect prefltahle en
tements, or cau learu the art himself. Call on V. KATE,
)ey *treet.
E^e"
LHtl ORM, ?C.
tinn flnn worth or choice old brandibs,
f>J.UU.UUl/ *iae* *i??. wma, >eordial(, A*., A*., In
band and *tor?. Also ol<ulca Bavsna eegars, frem
twenty to twenty tve rer cent (for cash) b?lnw any oth*t
*o?s* for the tamo quality of good*. Alio 10,i??? <'a<u ^laret
irine, from S15<?toll2 per case. WM. D. BENSON A CO.,
import ere, No. 464 Btoou.e air eel, oorner of M ? roar.
B BANDIES. WINES, GJN, SCHE1DAM SCHNAPPS,
rum, 8cvtch, Irish and Menongahela whiskey, cordial*,
?yrnpe, (agar*, Ao., from bonded warehouse or st >re, in i)uaa
title* tomlt wholetale and retail bnyers, st twenty per cent
below all other honses, by W. H. UNDERBILL, Broome
ilctei, Ma*onlo Tempto.
(1AMPBELL S CLUB HOUSE GIN?THE SUBSCRIBER
J offers for eala, by the case, or single flask, thf* vary mpe
rlor Holland gin, (hipped by the United State* coninl. roei
dan* in Rotterdam, expreaaly for thia market. H. A. KERR
7*6 Broadway, corner of A*tor place.
HBIDSIBCK-CBAS. HBIDSIBCK, MUMM'S OABI
net, aad Vir>< nay, Sehrieder, and other very fin* oham
I pagaa viae*, claret wtoaa, brandtae. win -a, whlakey, ram
jria, ale, aortir. to., Ao., la bettlt*. ? ra peri or qnalftio*. an*
I s? ?ric??bil"^ .n' -?Sac V^ee. ?.? s*M H.
I (MM M Iniai u4 ?ils*Ws<(stl|
iwpsfcAMurrs.
BROADWAf TMATRl - t A? MARSHALL,
l.eesee? Door? ?.t>?o at 7 to ' >ninnH Kt 7U *
Thursday evening Oetobet 27 will he pertirrnad
otheLlo.
Othello Mr. James iiHnas
lnjo..., Mr Conway I llrubantto Mr How art
Cuaij Mr Pope ; Duke Mr Mi>l>m
ku<Wig? Mr. Orosvenor j Deadeiaona Ma* roaUt
Montano Mr. I.anergan 1 Emilia .....Mr*. AUwM
? I'M Seal Miss Adelaid* Pn?i
COUSIN C MERRY.
Mandarillt... .Mr. Lanergaal Jamb Mr. Mattkan
Primrose Mr. Howard ; Elinor Mra. HaM
Couain Cherry Miaa .1 . (l8ugenh*4sa
Niblo's garden-last wees but one or TU
HUOi.
GRAND OPERA AND BALLET MIGHT.
On Thursday oven ng, Oo'.olur 27, for tti* Bret time,
Grand Optra oi
MASANtELLO,
Or, Tho Dumb Girl of Portiei.
Si*. Salrl aa MaaaoMI*
Sixunra PtcfTanore aa ..UnM
81",. Beneventano as ..Ptete*
Si*. Gaeparoni aa. ........... ... ;??%*???%
Mile. I'ongaud ... aa Fenuils, the Dumb Uirl of fo(M
In the first act Bolero. performed by
M'LLES BOULAN, LAYIflNl.
MISSR8. MEGE. and CORNET
In the third ao>, Tarantella, by
M LI.E rOUGAUD and
MR. MEQE.
Signers MARIN I, ROVERE. VIETTI. ROSI. and oth*?o*
the |irinripal artiata, bar* kindly oonaented to appear It lb*
(treat Market Chorus.
Price of admission. On* Dollar.
Secured Scat*, in the daytime only. On* Dollar aad a Ut
Seata may be a*cnr*d daily, at Messrs. Hall A Son'a, M*
239 Broadway, oppesite the Park; and at Nlblo'a Oatta,
from 9 o'clock in th* morning until 5 in the evening.
Door* open at 6)<: performance to commence at7K.
WALLACE'S THEATRE, BROADWAY, NEAR BROOMS
?treat. ? Door* open at to oommence at 7 o'oioafc.
Thursday evening, October 27. will be performed
POPPING THE QUESTION.
Primroae ...Mr. Blake I Miaa Biffin... . . . .Mr J. Blake
Thornton. ... ..Mr. Chandler I Bobbin Mr*. BroagfrMM
Overture? Loa Dom Jourtoes" Orohestra
BLEAK HOUBR.
Sir Leioeeter Dedloek, Bart Mr. PbiMfa
Tnrveydrop . ..Mr. Brougham ' " '
Jarndyce, ...Mr. Chippendale
Sklmsol* Mr. waloot
The Ootuin Mr. Letter
Buoket Mr. Thompson
Tu'l'kinghor*.* .Mr. Dvwfct I
Krook Mr. ha
Carat one Mr. KeyneMa
Lady Dedlook. .Miaa I.. Ke*a*
?rther Mb* t haial
CHRISTY'S AMERICAN OPERA HOU8I, NO. ?
Broadway, above Grand atrret.
^ OPEN EVERY NIGHT.
Tb* well known original and far famed
CHRISTY'S MINSTREBS,
Organfied in 1842,
The first and oldest established oorapany it iziflMii
THE MODEL TROUPE OF THE WORLD.
The first te harmonii* N egro Melodies, and originators at ttas
present popular styl* of Ethiopian Entertainment*. 2
wlioae auccei a in thi* city, for a continued auoceaalon of 1
yeara paat, t* without prooedont in tho annala of
amuaement in New York.
The rre ent Company (with additional member*)
prtaethe.am* and every person now iiv ng who oon*tl
the Band at It* organisation in 1H42, (with the exoeot.
George N. Ilairlngton, late Bone Caetinot performer ef
establishment,) notwithstanding the length ef time they'
been aaaociated together. They do not claim for them*
w _ for th??
any "auperl?rity of talent," having sufficient evidaneal
their merit for congratulation In the amount of >>ktronaae h?
* towed upon their effort* by kind at d appreciative andieaaSM
whom, for respeotabili>y and standing, are net umUmb
any place of public amurement in the world.
THE COMPANY,
Comprising a versatile and talented * corps'' of izpMfaani
performers, under tli* direotion and personal aunervHeS
EDWIN T. CHRISTY, Sole Proprietor and ManareTifi
only individual at this time, or previou, of the namaaf
Christy, engaged as a performer in representations of Mkba?
plan Minstrelsy.
Admiaaion, 25 oenta. Door* open at 6K o'clock oomnnM
at 7X o'eloek.
IBLO'S CONCERT SALOON AND BALL ROOM
now be engaged for
N
CONCERTS AND BALLS.
Thia magnificent Saloon, with the riohly turnUhed _
and ante room*. 1* acknowledged to be one of the moat past
feet ball roam* in th* country: while th* Supper Bum mm
the cniaine are unexoeptionanle in every reepeot
Aa a Concert Saloon, Niblo'a hat always held tb* tat
in public favor, and as a finely proportlonad room, wltl
beat aooustlo eualities. it has oocn selected by the
artiste*, inolading Madam* Son tag, Ola Bnll, Oottschau
the Philharmoaio Society. By the new arrangements .
is ampl* acoommodation for twalv* hundred persons, \
apaeioos passage way*, aad ampl* maan* ef entraaa*
egress.
The carefnl snpervlsioa and well tried arrangemaat* Uw
have gained for thia establishment its high eharaotar let M>
rulanty, will be rigidly carried out a* heretofore, aad agg
at parties of unquestionable oharaeter will be treated wMK>
For terms, Ac., apply at the Ofioe of Niblo'e (tardea.
American dramatic company will meet a*
King'* Hotel. 22 Ann street, on Thursday evening, VA
inet., at half past seven o'clock Pui rtual attendance ef MB
th< members is relented. Those wishing to join wiUalao
please attend and apply to the 1'rusident.
C . 11 LA RLE. Preside**.
Dramatic readings and stage busineii^
1 onng laiUes and gentlemen wishing to perfect them
selves in the theatrical profession may receive full and paw
p?r instriictiona on reasonable terrna. Please oall at re?SM
4SS Broadway, No. 16, from 7 te 10 P. M., or addree* Imml
He- aid offlco.
A CARD.? H. WOOD, MANAOES AND PROPU
of Wood's Minstrels. 444 Broadway, take* thi* mat
advising hia friend* and the pnbllo that he haa *nt*re
eo partnerahlp with the gentleman profeeaioaaUy k
George Christy, late ox Christy'* Minstrel*. Mr.
will appear at Minitrel Hall, 444 Broadway, on
evening neit, Oot. 24.
A CARD.? GEORGE CHRISTY ? AS PROYESSIOWA
known for the la*t twelve year*, la oonneeUoa
Ethiopian minstrels* ? take* thi* method of Infora
frieaae and tlio pnbHe. that he has formed a 00- par
with Mr. H. Wood, of Minstrel Hall, 444 Broadway, a
on and after Monday evening next, the 24th of Oot.
hope* to meet hie friends in that magnificent and oaaaa^
dien* hall, in hi* professional capacity. He hop** hia
deaior* to please will meet with that sneoe** whiah hi*
vorabl* and flattering proapect* now promise. No eitrt *?
hi* part wlU be ipvred to merit the patronage a c*MMMi
public have heretofore accorded him.
GEO. N. HARRINQTO*.
professionally known as George ChrMgL
A CARD.? EDWIN P. CnRISTY, SOLE MANACWM
and proprietor of " Christy'* American Opera Hoaa%M
472 Broadway, above Grand (treet. respootf ally informs At
public that h? is th* only individnal " profea*ionally.M
tact, engaged as a performer In the representation *f Mtl^
pian Minstrelsy of the name of Christy in New York or fist,
where, at the present period. The original Chrifty*a Mm
strels, Mechanic'* Hall, 472 Broadway, above Grand stint
E. P. CHRISTY.
MUSICAL.
S?OI,IAN PIANOS.? A LARGE ASSORTMENT
X Ei pianos, from Ballet, Davis A Co.. Boston, alio th*
known instruments of A. W. Ladd A Co., with a foil N
*f new ui Moond hand pianoa, at Tory low priest. PI
*i*t. lincoln a Thompson, ui Broadway
A N ITALIAN LADT, A mi KNOWN PROFl_
A of (inline, possessing a isprano vol** of ths higher! ?
?ite, musical talente of the highest order, and speaking mC
>>nging in English a* wall ai In Italian. wishos to obtaiaa
muatTon ai flrat soprano in a church. Aadres* Tint Charts
Jryrano, Herald onlce,
AN 1 1 JSC. ANT NEW PIANO FOR SALE, C,\ OC
tave, ros*wi.od case, *up"rior t..ne and tiniih, and Hat
w ill b sold , for $270 ? $ 1 1 HI cash, the balance Kiadn
dorsed paper, at threj wunthj. Addrc** U. II. R., bos l,8M
Poet Ofllce.
Henry denary, no. smbowkry, keeps alwaib
in hand n tint' assortment of pianot, from H to f
octav en, boi-t city nakc; secondhand pianos, cheaper thaa
any whore else; one of Niidii* A Clarke'* for ?!!&, on* lw
>l(Xi, and out for fit'.
National song. ? " TnE american oak"
Words, Charles Kdwartls, El |.; Mnstc, II. Craw
[(iritnthi, (cumposcr of Lilly Crowe, tho Chain and ChlMM
Schottischefi). I 'or palest (at-dcne'i, nod by Qoib A Jaokmi
Vandcrbeek, Broadway, and Kurt* A Co., 53 Second areaaa
iWiero Crlflltb> Quadrille Hand can he engaged. CauU*
The trade are not supplied from .'(.'Ci Broadway for tb* fak
Vlff MUSIC.? Til* KATV DIDN'T POLKA WILL
i.1 ready on Saturday; It in on* of Kate llorn'* beat
< >rdera loft at Codono's, tieib A'Jackson's, Vanderbeek's, a*4
Knrti A Co.'a, 3S Second avcan*. Notia*. ? Order* *t*WkM
according to rotation of receipt of the aame.
NEW MU8IC.? "HIE PRIMA DONNA VALSE," AM
played by Jnllien, the only edition wli*r* th* 11<|||
rrin tod a* played by till* grest artist, 80 cent*; "W
Hungarian Polka," hy Thomat Baker, 25 cent*; "a*
Spirit*," words by James Slinmond*, mule by Thea__
kvr, 2A cents; "Give me a Kist," by th* tain* anther
computer, 25 cent*? (these two aonge am becoming ezo**|
ly popular); "The Poughkcepeie Polka/' 26 ceata; " iN
happy now, dear mother," " Row the Boat," and " la
Cry,' by 1. B. Woodbury, fc2S eents each. Published by
RACE WATERS, 33.1 Broadway, t jo rreat d*pot for T.
bert A Co.'* piano*, 8. D. A 11. W. Smith's melodeoaa, i
Martin's guitar*.
T URL'S BRA8S BAND ARE PREPARED TO PUi
mu*io for target oxcursit ns, ball*, parti**, sea
Ac., with any number of instrument*, at th* shortest J
Apply at Daly's ruusie store, 419 Grand street, N. T.
Turl, 2U Grand street, Williamsburg.
MEDICAL.
DV. QUIMBY MAY BE CONSULTED AT HIS Of,
XI Howard street, on* door *a*t of Broadway,
expert-nee renders him omincutly tnoe*ttful ia air
ment Consultation liourt from 9 to 11; from 3 to i, all
7 to 9 e'clock, in th> srsning.
DR. JOHNSON, IS DUANE STREET, MAT BE ME
suited *n disease*. Twenty thr*? wears in hi* wlflB
enable him ?? gnaraat** ep*edv and pehnanen* HTM. M
J. i* a re^ularlv educated phyaiclan. Oae bis MfltufeMl
DE. COOPER, MO. U DUANE STREET, MAT BE OWE'
??lied with eoa?deeoe. HI* practice of over IwnwSai
year* at hia present *?*? *nable* hta to e(*r aaab mm
as eats as *aa be ebtataad at whnreeiMta thi* alky ?f a m3
aad penaaaeat s?rs.
R. CORBETT, NO. 10 DUANE 8TEBET, B
Chatham and William streets, may h* *oi
his treatment. Twenty three years la ?ne speciality
him to giv* entire (attraction. N. B ? Dr. C. i* a ma
the New York Ualverdty. See his diploma in hi* o
D
DHOCTOR HUNTER-BT THE APPLICATION O* mm
ureas rameiiy. Hunter's red drop and asw reatjkak
enring hundred* of th* aStet* aad entering w**kly. RmAu
case* cured la a *bort time aad no det*atioa fro? tukM
?r dieting. Otto* Mo. I Division, don street, a* ether fiasa
DHR WARD, THE CELEBRATED CONSULTIMal
| g< on and physician? of most unrivalled eppertai
I -onsnlted, a* usual, at hi* old **taMH
Hi Canal street, on* door Item Broadway^^^^^^^^^H
day* **<epted,) from 7 A. M. until 10 P. M.
NsuLTOra mm
a .wsa
?v*ry % M
DHOCTOR WARD.? HIS LONG BXPEEIEMOB ??
| t l*s blm mure a core ta a sh?rt time, aad ?
tif n Iron bnsin*** er dieting. Hi* rea*di*s, oMpB
celebreteii, are euringhtiadr*da weekly. OAm>M?.w OMH
street, ens door froia Broadway.
D^HR. CLARK, MEMBER OP THE VNITBEinT Ogfff
Icrk, ean be soasmlted la eoa?d*ayl a* N*. d? gfB
itreet. two door* east of Broadway, jea I
? ., aad frea 4 to U P. M. Swadays. > to 10 A. M.
D?. BERON. ('.RADUATE 0 T THE 8CHOOM OV
1'aric, anil meinberof the I nlversi ty TtW,
it MimUti at Ms office, No. 2 city Hall_ place, earaw
( banibers end Centre streets. 0?oe kourd Bea t A. M. aaM
I P. M . su l from ? until ?o]olock la ?h* *v*niac^^^^^^?
KTm Mway, eoattoay te eye
Health. Vads Mooum. Ae >ea Se -ansnlWvl M neeual.
?. m/*mk A'tai>iew?w*a siktstUg
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