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DR. 8CHI.OSSKR 1)R. KUHLOSSKR Dlt. 8CHLOSSKR 1>R. SCHLOSSKR DR. SCllLOHSER DR. SCHLOSBER AND ANI) AND CURES CURES CURES CUKES CURES CUKES MBCELtAllEOM^ p. mmutgg^ chiropodI8Ti hit* visited NEW YORK for BRIEF PERIOD ONLY. 74 FIFTH AVENUE, between Thirteenth And Fourteenth streets. 1IOURS OF CONSULTATION. 10 A. M. UII t P. M. J)R. SCHLOSSKR, DR. RCHLOKSKK, DR. 8CHLOBSER, DR. HCULOSSEK, DR. 80HL0SSKM, DR. BCHLOSSER, THE THE THE THE TIIK THE RENOWNED RENOWNED RENOWNED RENOWNED RENOWNED RENOWNED SURGEON SURGEON HUHURON SURGEON SURGEON BURGEON CHIROPODIST. CHIROPODIST CHIROPODIST CHIROPODIST. CHIROPODIST. CHIROPODIST, THE ONI.Y PROFESSOR OF THIS MOST NEGLECTED BUT PECULIARLY IMPORTANT BRANCH OF BUROERY, ATTENDS ON ALL WHO MAY DESIRE TO SECURE HIS 8KRVTOE8. PERMANENTLY AND EFFICACIOUSLY PERMANENTLY AND EFFICACIOUSLY PERMANENTLY AND EFFICACIOUSLY I : CORNS, BUNIONS, CORNS, BUNIONS, CORNS, RUN IONS, CORNS, BUNIONS, CORNS, BUNIONS, CORNS, BUNIONS, SOFT CORNS, SOFT CORNS, SOFT CORNS, SOFT CORNS, SOFT CORNS, SOFT CORNS, DISEASED NAILS, DISEASED NAILS, DISEASED NAILS, DISEASED NAILS, DISEASED NAILS, DISEASED NAILS, AS WELL AS EVERY OTHER DISEASE AND AILMENT DISEASE AND AILMENT DISEASE AND AILMENT DISEASE AND AILMENT DISEASE AND AILMENT DISEASE AND AILMENT OF THE FEET. OF T1IE FEET. OF THE FEET. OF THE FEET. gF THE FEET. : DR. 8CHLOSSF.R, SURGEON CHIROPODIST, BEGS LEAVE TO STATE THAT BY CAREFUL STUDY CAREFUL STUDY CAREFUL STUDY CAREFUL STUDY CAREFUL STUDY CAREFUL STUDY AMU CONSTANT ACTUAL PRACTICE, CONSTANT ACTUAL PRACTICE, CONSTANT ACTUAL PRACTICE, CONSTANT ACTUAL PRACTICE, CONSTANT ACTUAL PRACTICE, CONSTANT ACTUAL PRACTICE, He has rendered himself h mauler of that branch of sur gery In which hu has been so long engaged, as well as made tnauy and MOST IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES IN THE TREATMENT OF EVERY DISEASE OF THE FEET. He U consequently enabled to give relief in cases of the WORST DESCRIPTION, WITHOUT CUTTING; ERADICATING THE MOST PAINFUL CORNS ANI) BUNIONS. WITHOUT IN ANY WAY PRODUCING THE SLIGHTEST BAD EFFECT. WHAT IS A CORN f A corn Is a tubercular excrescence which develnpeg Itself on the toe on the soles of the feet, between the toes and in the Jointaoflhe big toe. In the two last cases they arc soft corns &od Mini?' THEY ARE PRODUCED BY MANY CAUSES. Firstly?By compression from a narrow or short shoe. Secondly?By wearing too large a shoe, which frets apar- 1 ticular place upon the foot. 1 Thirdly?By an lll-Httlng stocking, which forms creases and inequalities. Fourthly?By walking much upon sharp, uneven or broken pavements. In all these cases the continual rubbing of the shoe or hoot ?t the Joints of the foot determines a point of irritation which almost Invariably results In painful corns, bunions or soft ?Corns. Thoee who are thus afflicted have ordinarily recourse to a razor or penknife; with one of these they cut off the super dees ol the corn, thus obtaining a merely momentary relief. THE RESULT OF THIS tiowever is, that from the mode of cutting the excrescence has the opportunity to throw out its roots and expand itself. Hence the one corn causes several, after which it will be useless to ?have it off as at first or to plaister it. Corns may remain a long time tranquil without causing pain, but they never be come permanently inert. Sooner or later they must exhibit themselves in their real character, and cause pain, fever, and swelling of no ordinary description. To obviate this TUB CORNS MUST BE EXTRACTED. I)R. 8U11LOS8ER VILL DO TniS BY A SYSTEM OK HIS OWN, WHICH IS AT ONCE NOVEL, BASED UPON LONG EXPERIENCE, AND APPROVED BY THE HIGHEST MEDICAL AUTHORITIES. THIS CAN ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY HIMSELF. DR. SCHLOB8KR DR. S0HLO88KR DR. 8CHLOS8ER I)R. 8CHL088ER DR. 8CH1.0S8ER DR. SCULOSSER HAS HAD SUFFICIENT SUCCESS SUFFICIENT SUCCESS SUFFICIENT SUCCESS SUFFICIENT SUCCESS SUFFICIENT SUCCESS SUFFICIENT SUCCESS AMONGST TIIE FIRST FAMILIES or AMERICA, AS WELL IN SEVERAL OF THE IMPERIAL AND ROYAL FAMILIES OF EUROPE, TO JUSTIFY HIM IN INVITING THE CITIZENS OF NEW YORK TO CALL UPON HIM AT HIS CONSULTING ROOMS, AND RBAD THE THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS VIIICR HE HAS RECEIVED BOTH IN THE OLD AND NEW WORLDS. AMONGST THESE AUK THE MUBT DISTINGUISHED NAMES, BOTH BY THEIR TALENT, AS WELL AS POSITION. DR. SCHLOS8KR IS A MEMBER OF THE COLLEGE OF PARTS SURGEONS. AND PARI8' OF ' COLLEGE OF SURGEONS AT AND HAVANA SURGEON CHIROPODIST TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF BAVARIA CONSULTING ROOMS, CONSULTING ROOMS, Ni?. 71 Fifth avenue, No. 74 Filth avenue, No. 74 Fifth avenue, No. 74 Fifth avenue. No. 74 Fifth avenue, Between Thirteenth and Fourteenth atre'eu"* "ut ? Between Thirteenth and Fourteenth ulreeta! Between Thirteenth anil Fourteenth alreeta. Between Thirteenth anil Fourteenth Rtrentn. Between Thirteenth and Fourteenth alreetg. Belweou Thirteenth and Fourteenth mri-eta. HOURS OF CONSULTATION HOURS OF CONSULTATION. Ill A. M until 4 P. M 111 A. M. until 4 I*. M ID A. M. unUl 4 P. M. 10 A. M until I IV M III t\ M. until I P. M ID A. M. until I P. M. AMPUBKMKWTg. NIBLO'S GARDEN. Doom open at 7; commence al 7K- Tickets, 80 eenla; Upper boxct, 26 cents. HON HAY, September 111810. EXTRAORDINARY And MOST ATTRACTIVE BILL for BENEFIT of MARIETTA ZANFRKTTA. LAST WEEK but TWO of the ENGAGEMENT of The great and reuownod RAVELS, OARRIEI, and FRANCOIS. FOUR ENTERTAINMENTS THIS EVENING. GABRIEL In his great character In UKLRNR. MISS FRANCIS In the BELLE OK MADRID. GABRIEL IN TWO CHARACTERS FIRST APPEARANCE of the MARTINKTTI FAMILY. EVOLUTIONS on the TIGHT ROPE. Marietta Zanfrelta, Young America, and other artists. THE BELLE OK MADRID. THE BELLE Or MADRID MISS FRANCIS DON HAH1LIO GABRIEL RAVEL GRACEFUL and CLASSIC GROUPINGS By the MARTINETTI FAMILY. HKLKNK, or THE SHIPWRECK. GABRIEL RAVEL ^CC^Skam ?s HELEN.. On TUESDAY will be produced the grand coulc panto mime of THE MAOIC PILLS, With entire new scenery, machinery, tricks, costumes, Ac., Ac. Bowery theatre. LESSEES, MESSRS. ALLEN AND BONIFACE: ACTING MANAGER, T. W. ME1GHAM. The doors upeu at 7, and curtain will rise at 7X GREAT SUCCESS OK THE NEW MANAGEMENT. In commemoration thereof SPLENDID EXHIBITIONS OK FIREWORKS will be given IN FRONT of the theatre, AND ON THE STAGE, commencing at 8 o'clock. The Oreworka are made In the best style uf Joa. U. A J. Edge, Jr.. Jersey city. Flint ulgbl of the great fairy comic pantomime of UiO GREEN MONSTER, embracing ten complicated trick scenes, and number? of most WONDERFUL TRANSFORMATIONS. MONDAY EVENING, September 12,1859. The entertainments will commence with the original drama, never before acted, of THE CHAMPION OF FREEDOM; OK THE REIGN OF TERROR. After which, the great fairy comic pantomime of THE GREEN MONSTER. The White Knight Mr. Lemon Harlequin Mr. Velarde Chevalier de Mlroque Mr. Stevens Chevalier Maroc. Mr. Holland I Image Man Mr. Moore Chevalier ic Grand. Mr. Wall | l)r. Galen Mr. Davenport Green Mounter...Mauler Dick [ Landlord Mr. Foster White Genii Mr. Florence | Knight's servant.Mr. Bcrlraud Koaalie, Miruque's daughter (afterwards Colum bine) Mlaa Henrietta Lang Gertrude Mtaa Walby | Landlady. Miss Lee High Priests, Sorcerers, Knights, Soldiers, Ac. SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY, ETC. Scene 1. TheSorccrer'scave- Incantation of witches-Appear ance of the Genii?Witches demand the magic powder to renew their power over Ute Green Monster?llanee of the Witches and flight of the Green Monster. Scene 2. A garden?Rosalie's dream ? Sudden appearance of the Green Monster, who pro nilsea the accomplishment of her dream?Bouquet lu the arhor changed to Harlequin?Flight of the Green Monster. Scene ,1. The palace of Mlroque?Arrival of the three knights to comhut for the hand of Rosalie. 8cene4. The arena?Grand Combat? The White Knight Is triumphant?Appearance of Harlequin, who defeats the White Knight?Balloon ascension?Tableau. Scene 5. Country view?Descent of the baloon?Mutual travelling?Columbine caught?Disappointment of the White Knight and Maroc?Patent travelling carriage?A smash tip without steam. Scene 6. Saloon in a tavern?Mlroque caught in his OWU trap?The mvsterious clock?Extraordinary escape of Harlequin?Dreadful catastrophe to the While Knight, who is borne away to the doctor. Scene 7. Street?Wonderful roll ing process. Invented expressly for the White Knight?White Knight a bad debtor?Galen demands his fee?White Knight shows fight, much to the astonishment of the. M. 11?White Knight once more triumphant. Scene 8. Chateau and tower of the White Knight?Recovery of the runaway?Resolve for a grand serenade?Concert a la Jullieii, with a thundering finale?Incident of the ladder?A good blow up?A newly in vented musical instrument for runaways, terminating with a grand catastrophe. Scene 9. Rnedu Diablo?The While Knight's frolics?Rosalie once more a prisoner?Splendid dinner for the While Knight, but nothing to eat?Harlequin decapitated, but still alive. Scene 10. Ancient ruins by moonlight?Arrival of the White Knight, demanding the hand of Rosalie?Prepara tions for the marriage. Scene 11. Triumph of Harlequin and Columbine?Defeat of l!hcvaller Mlroque and the While Knight, who are swallowed up by the Green Monster?Grand tableau. To conclude with the favorite Irish farce of PADDY CAREY. Academy of music-theoprra. opening night. The sale of scats will commence to morrow morning. There will be two regular ticket offices?up towu, at the Academy of Music, and down town at Sibell's stationery store. 12 Wall street. There will likewise be branch ticket offices at Breaking's and Hall A Bon's music stores. The series of standard operas by the celebrated prime donne Of Max Marelrek's Havana Italian Opera Company, MADAME GABBIER AND MADAME OORTESI, Commences on MONDAY, SEPT. 12. AT 8 O'CLOCK, supported by Mme. SXKAKOSCII, Signorl BRIO NOLI, STEFANI, Slg. A MODIO, Sig. GASSIER, JUNCA, and an orchestral and choral force of one hundred performers, under the direction of MAX MARETZEK The general arrangements will be under the direct superin tendence of Mr. It. ULLMAN The opera selected for the opening night Is Donizetti's cele brated composition, II. POLTUTO; Or, THE MARTYRS, which was brought out last May simultaneously In Paris and New York, and met with unqualified success. The following is an extract from La Gazette Musicale, the principal musical pa per published lu Paris.? ? ???????? I/Pt those who mistake talent for genius, science for Inspira tion, and want to kisiw wlmt is true and affecting dramatic me lody, goaud hear Poltuto. They will learn to discern truth from untruth, and will no longer rise to the rank of God's squarers of notes, skillful arranger? wi?? mt-t,s,i Hm , ...I.U.- \,y onsets 01 Ute orenesu a. For us those learned musicians are mere dress makers, w hose talent Is to dissimulate, under rich and dazzling garments, the deformities of the laaiv. Polluto lias produced the effect of a thunder stroke at the The atre Italien. The whole audience, carried by that admirable music applauded with fansticism. The final of the second act, one of the most striking and grand inspirations, has lieen en cored. It Is there that we have the sublime Credo. The duo of the third act, has also been encored. That duo breathes rellg hum passion. That is what the Inspired musicians write; that is faith; that is genius. The opera will lie produced with a MAGNIFICENT ENSEMBLE, and NEW SCENERY, painted expressly for this work by Signer H. W. CALYO NEW AND CHARACTERISTIC COSTUMES. In the First Act, INTERIOR OF THE CATACOMBS. In the Recoud Act, The Triumphal Entree of Severus into Mitylene, with a GRAND ARC 1)K TRIUMPHK. FULL MILITARY BAND ON THE STAOE. A new scene for the Inst art has been painted during the sum mer recess in addition to the new scenery painted last season. The principal roles will be sung by Mmc. ADELAIDE OORTESI, BRIGNOLI and AMODIO. On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14, at 8, First appearance of Madsme GASSIER, whe.n will bo given Bellini's favorite opera of LA SONNAMBULA. On Thursday?NORMA. On Friday?THE BARBER. On Saturday, Sept. 17, at I, GRAND GALA MATINEE. PRICES or ADMISSION. To Parquet. Parquet circle and Dress circle 81 Family circle 50 renin I Amphitheatre 25 cents RESERVED 8F.AT8 In Parquet, Parquet circle, Dress circle and Private boxes, $1 50 and 82, according to loealion. SPECIAL NOTICE.?For the convenience of strangers it has been arranged that the greatest number of reserved seats and all the private boxes will be for sale at the principal office at the Academy of Music. CORPORATION NOTICES. r*y\f .f AAA A OA/- " *? " ' /.f.Vrfii.VJ.i/tfWVtfJWWi/VWWWW OFFICE OF CLERK OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, No. 7 City Hall.?Sealed proposals will bo received at this office until Sept. IS, at 12 M., for 350 tons of thn best an thracite coal, for the u?o of the courts and offices of the county, the ton to be calculated at 2,2(JU pounds. A lso, proposals tor 60 cords of kindling wood (pine), cut and split for use. The aaid coal and w ood to be delivered at such times and places us the committee may designate. The committee reserve the right to reject any and all pro posals. PETER P. VOORHIS.l ISAAC BULL. JR. I WM. M. TWEKI), > Committee. WM. R. 8TKWART. | ORISON BLUNT, J (CORPORATION NOTICE.?THE COMMITTEE ON AS J sessmenta of the Board of Aldermen will meet on Mon day, September 12, 1X59, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the office of the Board of Assessors, No. 32 Chambers street. All persons having busiuess with said Committee are notified to be present. THOMAS STEPHENS, ) Committee II. W. GENET, > on OEORGE STARR, J Assessments. OTICE.?THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE OF THE Board of Councilmen will meet in room No. 6 City Hall every Thursday, at 8 P. M., until further notice. WiJ.'iVAI-KKTINE,lCommltteeon WHBULTKEk \ Stance. Notice ?the special committee appointed by tho Hoard of Aldermen to memorialize his Excellency the Governor of the Slate of New York to reorganize the Twelfth regiment will meet in room No. 8 City llall on Mon day, the 12th Instant, at 4 P. M. All parties Interested are re quested to attend. BJOIIN 11. HRA11Y, 1 JOHN I.YNES, I ROBERT L. DARRAOH, THOMAS STEPHENS, [Committee. MICHAEL TUOMKY, J N' Notice?the committee on streets ok the Board of Cminclluien will hold a meeting in room No. 5 City Hall, on Tuesday, the 13th Inst., at 2 o'clock P. M., to hear parties in favor of and opposed to the proposed extension of Worth street from its present terminus to Chatham street. GEO. P. BICKFORD, I Committee J NO. VAN TINE, J ou ABRAHAM LENT. } Streets. The committee on streets of the board of Aldermen, will meet on Monday, thn 12th instant, in room No. 8 City llall, nt 2 o'clock P. M. All parties haviug any business'before the Committee are hereby invited to be present. F. I. A. BOOLE, 3 Committee on THOMAS STEPHENS, >Streets, Board JOHN LYNK8, J of Aldermen. T. S. Niss. Secretary. The committee on fire department of the Board of Councilmen will meet on the first and third Wednesdays durhm thn months of July, August and Septem ber, at Fireman's llall. Mercer street, at half past seveuo'elock P. M. until further notice. W. H. BTTLTEEL, 1 Committee F. C. (1ILMORE, > on Fire A. CRAFT, ) Department. VURNITURK. A~T THE EAGLE ENAMELED K CRN ITU RE MAVU factory, 834 Broadway, live doors above I .aura Keene's theatre.?Superb suits In nil colors, designs and styles, at prices from >25 and upward. The beat enameled furniture ?^amifactured In the United States. Wardrobes, mattresses, Ac. (CHILDREN'S BEDSTEADS WITH SIDES. CRIBS, J chairs, Ac., cottage bedsteads, Invalid spring mattresses, the neat and most comfortable la*d in use; tnvulid lounges; hair, !t^foan"Bier mattresses, good and cheap, at WALKER'S, 034 Broadway, four doors below Bleeeker street. Ip NASI ELI,ED CHAMBER SUITES OF FURNTTrRE, IN , colors and styles, wholesale and retail, at >25 and up wards , also, mattresses ami palliasses WARREN WARD, 277 Canal street. Four doora i^hhi of Brondway, N. Y. Furniture not u it for ready money.?a fair value given in ready money for furniture, carpets, lasika mc., at No. 123 Sixth avenue, between Ninth an.t Tenth streoU fPIIE IIUIIIEST PRICE GIVEN FOR SECOND 1IANU I tondtore from 9! to**.???. U1 calls prLptly a,Vended to at &???! 111 it Is* it) street, corner ol I npry. AMUMCMBBrTg. WAIXACK'S THEATRE. H. I.. Bateman Manager TERMINATION OK TUB ORKAT LEGITIMATE REVIVAL. matii.da heron aa the HUNCHBACK GKKALDINK. Mr. IT. I.. Bateman regit-la the Impossibility of thla wry auc eetMful play being performed after September II, ua it la tu be produced In Huston on Monday, tho lpth Inst. Ho U na hi tender his sincere (luniks for the d?ep Interrat that baa la-en manifested by the moat intelligent and thoughtful class in this community in this his eminently popular oflbrt to pinec an Ainerlcau play effectively and properly upon thn slsge He la also deeply grateful for the favor with which the various artiBts who have so ably sustained Matilda Heron in the eliaraelcrnf Geraldlne hate been received, at well aa for the liotihee <lint have for the past three weeks been nighlly crowded with brilliant and fashionable audiences, all combin ing to render his abort season a complete triumph. MATILDA HERON'S rendition of the great character of UKKALDINB being pronounced the moat wonderful effort of her surpassing TRAGIC GKNIUB, Aud justly placing her upon the very pinnacle of fame. BOTH PRESS AND PUBLIC have pronounced the acting of Mlaa HKRON and the ACCOMPL1SHKD ARTISTS who so admirably aided iter tine impersonation, aa ltKYOND ALL PRAISE. And the new play is received with acclamation aa the most AND RO THRILLING AND ROMANTIC PIOTUKK OK T1IK PAST that has ever been given on the modern Btage. THE ABSORBED ATTENTION AND INTENSE EMOTION manifeatod by the thoughtful and ADMIRING AUDITORS who throng the theatre to repletion, are the best teat of the UKEAT MERIT of the performances. Mr. COULDUCK aa the WELSH BARD, a character In which his tragic power* appear to the highest advantage. T11E CURSE Holda the audienee SPELLBOUND With Its awful force. Mr. WALCOT AS THE JESTER, one of the uioat complete and exquisite of this capital actor's many CELEBRATED IMPERSONATIONS. Mr. SOTHKRN as THE CRUSADER, a character in a lilch hi* rdined and intelligent hearing appears to the BEST ADVANTAGE. Miss JOSEPHINE ORTON, Uie lovely and natural YOUNG AMERICAN ACTRESS, a* the gentle EDITH. Mr. DAVIDGE as the Loquacious Steward. MONDAY. TUESDAY AN1) WEDNESDAY, September 12. l.'t, and 11. UKKALDINB, LOVE'S VICTORY, with the following consummate distribution:? Geraldinede Lacey MATILDA HERON David of Ruthin, a Welsh hard Mr. Couldock Anselmo, Prior of St. Werbtirg Mr. Couldock Hubert, a Cruaader Mr. Sothern Giuulsi, the Kuri'a jester Mr Walcot Baron de Intcey Mr. ledtliigweH Hugo de Bourgh, Earl of Cheater Mr. Howard Gervase, a stew ard Mr. Davidge. Cuthbert. Mr. ItlHiid. Edith de Lacey Miss Josephine Ortou. J-.au...... Miss Archbuld. Crusaders, Uetainera, Vassals, Attendants, Ac., Ac. The storv of this jilwv is iVnTIRELY ORIGINAL. The aeene is laid on the confines of Wales during the reign of Edward I., at the period when the English legions had return ed from the HOLY I.ANl). Characteristic costumes and Die necessary adjuncts of ban ners . banquet tallies, together with NEW AND APPROPRIATE SCENERY, by Messrs. IKHEKWOOD and WALLACE, liave been carefully prepared, In order thai the inlse en scene may render the play n correct portraiture of LIKE IN THE FEUDAL AGES. But the GREAT ATTRACTION of the play will be found in its powerful exhibition of human passions in their must CATHOLIC KORM, and in the energetic spirit of the language which rlvelg the at tention, while it demanda the deepest sympathies of the human heart, LOVE-REVENGE, HOPE-DESPAIR. JEALOUSY?AGONY, a patient and self sacrificing^^ Doors open at 7; to commence at "X o'clock. WINTER GARDEN.?THE BOX OKKICE WILL OPEN on Monday uioruing. Sept. 12, at 8 o'clock, when seats may be secured for the opening night, and any night during the first week. Kull particulars of the eulcruinmeuia will be an nounced In to-morrow's advertisements. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS. MECHANICS' HALL, No. 472 Broadway, Above Grand street. Wo*DAT, September 12. and rvrrv evening in the week. THE EXCELSIOR TROUPE OK THE WORLD. MORE NOVELTIES. CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. JERKY and DAN BRYANT, The Ethiopian Dromios. AFRICAN POLKA, PIKE'S PEAK GUNNERS, EXILED ZOUAVES, PLANTATION SONG and DANCE. DIXEIS LAND. CHANGE OK TIME. Doors open at 6X; commence at 7X- Tickets 2.1 cen'a. JONES' WOOD. JONES' WOOD. ANGELO CHIARINI. CKHTiriCATB From the firm of Barker A Cochran, by whom the rope was furnished. N*w York, Sept 8,1859. Dear Sir?The rope which I furnished von for the purpose of . njyfcft, inn on is 120 fathom (7*0 feet) long. __ er. uooiiuaM, STILL CONTINUED SUCCESS I DARING AND MARVELLOUS ROPE ASCENSION! CHIARINI Has and will again WALK The most wonderful feat nas ana will again THE Wilt ILK LENGTH OF THE ROPE BACKWARDS 111 ever performed by mortal man I HE CHALLENGES any man in cxisteuce to perform the same i MONDAY, Seidember 12, THIS GREAT FEAT WILL BE REPEATED THE SECOND TIME I Admission Twenty-five cents. Tickets may be obtained at all the principal hotels and music stores. JAM ) COWKLL'S DRAWING BOOM COMIC CONCERTS BYE AND m fALLACK'S THEATRE. U. L. BATEMAN, MANAGER. MATILDA IIKRON In presenting the following announcement, desires to express her gratitude for the uniform kindness and npproval so liber ally awarded her by the public of New York, aud to slate tual HER BENEFIT will take place on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, when will be performed for the nineteenth and last time but two, Mrs. Butcmau's new tragedy entitled GERALD INK, the great success of which accomplished effort has shed a lustre upon American art. Nevertheless, lii compliance with engagements already com pleted, the play must positively be withdrawn 011 September 14, prior to Miss Heron's appearance in the same character in Boston, on the 19th inst. Barry sullivan, the eminent tragedian, now playing a splendid second week's engagement at the St. Louia Theatre, will commence at the Apollo Theatre, Pitts burg, Tuesday, Sept. 14. W. COWKLL, Agent. BROADWAY.?WOOD'S MINSTRELS, MONDAY evening, Sept. 12. 444 Thespian dramatic association ?every mfm bcr, whether active, honorary or suspended, are requested to be present at our next regular meeting, on Friday evening, Sept. 16, at 253 Bowery, as business of the utmost Importance will eorne before the meeting. Apply for membership as above. ?VTATIONAL MUSICAL INSTITUTE, 554 BROADWAY.? _Ls Ladies and gentlemen wishing to join the advanced chorua class of the National Musical Institute will please apply at the rooms on Mondays, Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Fridays, be tween U and 12 A. M., and 8 and 9 P.M. The list will be closed on the 1st of October. CARL ANSCnUTZ, ? THOMAS D. SULLIVAN, J Conductors. Hkkrt 8. Donovan, Secretary. AAA BROADWAY WAS FIRST DEDICATED TO i?i?'? NEGRO MINSTRELSY by HENRY WOOD'S pre Mnt company. They return there again on Monday, Sept. 12. TnKATRK ROYAL, MONTREAL, CANADA. liCgsce and Manager J. W. Bucklaad Miss SAI.LIE ST. CLAIR Will appear every evening this week. NIBLO'S SALOON. Mr. J. K. HAWKER baa the honor to announce his DRAWING ROOM ENTERTAINMENT, entitled A PORTFOLIO OK ODDITIES, original, mimical and musical, profusely Illustrated by SKETCHES OK CHARACTER FROM LIFE, and entirely impersonated by himself, for SEPTEMBER 15, 1869. For particulars see programme. BROADWAY, THE OLD BEACON LIGHT OF mlustrelsy.?WOOD'S MINSTRELS will perma nently perform there, commencing Monday, Sept. 12, 1S59. 444 Madame m. johnson grayer having re turned to this city requests that any communications for her from her friends and pupils maybe addressed to her at 53 West Sixteenth street, or to the caru of Scharfenbcrg A Luis, 709 Broadway. N EW YORKER ST APT THEATER, No. 37 and 39 Bowery. MoKn*T. September' 12, DIE GKHKLLKN, New Drama by Bohnstkih, With songs, dances and new sceneries. 1 INTERNATIONAL ART INSTITUTION, 694 Broadway, corner of Fourth street. Open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Admission 25 cents. Many new paintings have been added to thlK gallery, which Contains the most beautiful pieces of modern art OLD FOI.KS AT HOME -WOOD'S MINSTREIJt WILL remove to their old home, 444 Broadway, on Monday. Sept. 12, and remain there permanently. Don't forget 444. JONES' WOOD?GRAND PIC FESTIVAL OF THE aenwm, for the benetlt of St. Augustine's church, Sing Sing, (Rev. Edward MeGean, pastor,)on Tuesday, the 13th of Sop ti mber. The steamboat Erie chartered for the occasion. Shetton'n celebraled baud is engaged. Tickets 25 cents. See large posters. MEDICAL. A FEW DOORS EAST OF BROADWAY?DR. HAM MOND, 61 llleeeker street. Office hours from 9 to 3 niul 6 to 9. "INR. HARROW, 194 ltl.KKCKKit STREET, N. Y. FOUR 1/ doors below Maedougal street.?Hours of consultation it till 2 nnd from 4 in M. DR. WATSON MAY BR CONSULTED~AT lllS~RESl. dence, 459 Broome street, second block wow of Broad way, from 8 A. M. Ui 9 P. M. PABIS ANDIONDON OFFICES of DR. M. LARMONJ, (It: Broadway, New York, up stairs, 9 A. M. to 6 P. M AHtTSBBEBHTS. AC A DEM T OF MUSIC -TH* OPERA?OPENING NIGHT MONDAy, Kept. II at 0 o'clock. 1> on Izettl'a grand opera of ? . POLIUTO. Madame ADELAIDE COBTTSI. BRIGNOLI AiiODIO. The Bale of ?eato will commence this Saturday, morning. Thorn will he two regular tukct otllre#?up town, at lb? Aca demy of Muslc-sud down tow u at HtbeU'a stationery etore. U Wall atreet. There will likewise be branch ticket oOtcea at Breutlng's and Hall A Son's mniilcstores. The B> rlee of standard operaa by iho celebrated prime donM of Max MareUek's Havana Italian Opera Company. Mme. GASSIER and Mme. CORTEbl, will commence on Monday uext, supported by Mine. STRAKOSCH, filguor. BRTONOLf, HTEFANT, t ^ , . AMUDIO, GASSIER, J UNO A, and an orcheatral and choral force of oue hundred performera, under llie direction or MAX MARKTZKK The general arrangements will be under the direct superin tendeuce of. Mr. B. ULLMAN TO THE PUBLIC. The departure of the two prime donne for Hoaton?where they will appear on Monday, Kept 26?anil ahorUy alter for Havana, precludes the possibility <,f extending the number of periormauces; but brief aa the season must bo it will still be managed with all the liberality, care aud strict attentlou to do tads that have won for the New York Academy of Music the undisputed reputation ot being the tirit musical establishment to America. Contrary to the system usually adopted on the occasion of the opening of a season?In reserving Important features for the taller part, and In engaging one single artist for a round of characters?it will combine at Its very commencement the at traction oftwo of the first vocallstsof theday.suchaa Meadamea COKTE8I and UASS1KR are admitted to be with that of the above-mentioned lis! of artists, who, for the llrst time, will be united in one aud the same company; to which will be added an orchestra aud chorus equally distinguished for their num bers as lor their careful training, rendered sttU more perfect through frequent rehearsals during the summer recess. It luay not lie out of place to say here a few words concern ing the two stars of lie* present series. It is superfluous to al lude to their merits, us toe public already have had an oppor tunity of hearing lliein, and not* ilhslandiug the unfavorable time of the season at u Inch they made their debut, have honor ed lliom w Itli a most fluttering, nay,enthusiastic reception, fully commensurate with thetr European reputatloi European reputation. Whilst Ms dame Cortesl lias shone In every great Opera House of Italy, and 1ms been the leading prima douna of the opera lu St Petersburg, Madame Gaider adds to a brilliant career In Italy the prestige of having been lu 1'aristhe successor of Madame IVrslHtti, and of having originated, through her London tri umphs. the enterprise of the Koyal Italian Opera at Drury lame, which Iimh now become a formidable aud successful rival of the (Invent Oat den establishment. They will appear in some of their great roles not yet imrformed by "lla-in In this r. Madame Cortesl will again sing lu "follow," the country. great success of Issl aeuson, and In "Norma," her grandest character, a repetition of w hich opera the lateness of the sea son rendered Impossible. Madame Gassier will once more be beard In "La Sonuambula" und "The ltarber of Sevilla," of which lite public nave retained a most pleasing remembrance. lento In "L> Both prime doolie will unite their talents In "Don Giovanni," w ith Madame Corteal us Douna Anna and Madame Gassier as Zcrlina. and in the Gala Matinee of Saturday, September 17. At.otber feature of importance in the present series WW be the re-appearance of lite favorite and much admired Madame 1'ACLINK COLKON, i who. being in a fair way of recovery, will must probably sing st least one night. In view of the unusual exertions made, the large expenses attending the engagements of the artists?rendered still hea vler through the briefness of the season?the Directors confi dently rely upon a liberal patronage, which they will endeavor to deserve. NEW BOWERY THEATRE. Sole Proprietors.. Messrs. O. L. Fox nnd J. W. Llngard. Poors tq>en at 7 o'clock. Pertormanoes to commence a) , DEMOCRATIC SCALE OK PRICKS. Private boxes .........95 (irehestrs seats SOots. I Pit 12 cts. Boxes 25 cts. Colored Boxes 25 cts. 23,1X10 PERSONS Daring the past week, have testified, by their presence and npplausc. their approbation of THIS 8CPERB THEATRE. THE NEW AND OLD KAYORITER NIGHTLY INCREASING IN PUBLIC ADMIRATION. Monday Evening, Seitendeu 12. First night of a new American Drama, entitled the g^y ( MARTYRS OK NEW YOKE; OH THE WAH Or 1812. Mr. J. E. Nagle as Walter Mason. Mr. J. (i. llaiiley as Hugh Sessford. The wonderful Comic Pantomime of THE GOLDEN AXE. Clown Mr. <1. L. Vox. J Columbine?Minnie Jackson. And the beautiful Indian drama of SILVER KNIFE; OR. THE HUNTERS Of THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. BARNUM'S MUSECM.?JUST ARRIVED. DEROUTH Uoschen, lite Arab giant, nearly 7J? feet high. 21 years old, anil weighing 417 pounds. Unquestionably tint largest man allvo?active, well proportioned, athletic, and capable of lifting other men at arm s length, liko toys, by means of his marvellous strength alone. lie Is engaged for a few days only, and may be seen st all business hours of the day ahd evening after 9 A. M. Monday, Sept. 12, afternoon at 3 and evening at 7>? o'clock, the curious, diverting and nnjque dru m? of mystery. T11E FLYING DUTCHMAN; OR, THE PHANTOM SHIP. Vanderdcckcn, Captain of the Phantom Ship, Mr. E E. Tsvlor; Captain l'eppereoal, Mr. Bridgman, Peter Von Hummel, a Dutch Cockney. T. Hampton; Mynheer Von Swiggs. Thompson; Lestelle Vanltelm, Mrs. J. J. Prior; Lucy, Miss Partington; Water Imps, Sailors' Slaves, Ac., Ac; utter which, in tlie evening, the operetta of NO. In rehearsal, an original American comedy, in ihree nets, written expressly fur Uils Museum by II. J. Conway, Esq., founded on one of the most exciting topics of the day. The gnarled trunk of that ancient tree from the Mount of Olives, the family of Auaeon ? tss, lite Happy Faintly, Ac., to be seen without tuhUlhmal charge. Admittance to all, 25 ccuto; children under It), 13 ccittoi parquet seats, 13 cento extra. Extra notice. WOOD'S MINSTP.ELS AT HOME AGAIN, AT 444 BROADWAY, Between Grand and Howard streets. Where thev will be permanently located hereafter. On Mon dav evening, Sept. 12. aud during the week, they will present a progi'smute of combined attractions in all llie dilTeretit SHADES AND DEGREES OK MINSTRELSY. MISS ERNESTINE 1)E FIEBER, EPIL HORN, CHAS. WHITE, NED DAVIS. M. LEWIS, And the whole of tills mammoth troupe, will appear every evening In an entertainment replete with NOVELTY IN MUSIC, PATHETIC AND HUMOROUS SONGS, and NEW AND El.EG A NT DANCING. Poors open at 7. To commoner at eight o'clock. Tickets 25 cents. ChUdreu under 10 years 13 cento. PALACE GARDEN* MUSIC HALL. GRAND CONCERT THIS EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13. ARTHUR AGNES NAPOLEON. SUTHERLAND. ARTHUR AGNES NAPOLEON. SUTHERLAND. ARTHUR AGNES NAPOLEON. SUTHERLAND. ARTHUR AGNES NAPOLEON. SUTHERLAND. ARTHUR AGNES NAPOLEON. SUTHERLAND. ARTHUR AGNES NAPOLEON. SUTHERLAND. THE YOUTHEUI. AND ACCOMPLISHED PIANIST. ARTHUR NAl'OLKON; MISS AGNES SUTHERLAND, the celebrated eantatrice; Mina Louisa Fkancis, the favorite vocalist; Mr. W. IjOTTI, the popular tenor; Mr. S. BeukerS, the accomplished pianoforte accompanist, This even Ins at Palaee Garden MUSIC HALL. Admittance 25 cents. WALLACES THEATRE. MATILDA HERON. MATILDA HERON. MATILDA HERON. MATILDA IIERON. BENEFIT. BENEFIT. BENEFIT. BENEFIT. BENEFIT. LAST NIGHT BUT TWO. LAST NIGHT HUT TWO. LAST NIGHT BUT TWO. LAST NIGHT BUT TWO, LAST NIGHT BUT TWO, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. GERALDTNE. UEUALDINE. OER ALPINE. UEKALDINE. GERALD INK. GREAT SUCCESS. GREAT SUCCESS GREAT SUCCESS. GREAT SUCCESS. GREAT SUCCESS. TllF, HUNCHBACK BRIDE. THE HUNCHBACK BRIDE. THE HUNCHBACK BRIDE. THE HUNCHBACK BRIDE. T1IE HUNCHBACK BRIDE. BOX BOOK OPEN. BOX HOOK OPEN. BOX BOOK OPEN. BOX BOOK OPEN. BOX BOOK OPEN. BROADWAY IS THE FUTURE LOCATION OF WOOD S MINSTRELS. Remember 444. 444 F RANKLIN MUSEUM, 127 GRAND STREET, ONE DOOR STRANGERS, remember that the above t? the nnl v place in the city where the MPPKL ARTISTES are exhibited, cnnalattng of a company of some of the finest formed women In thn world. TWO PERFORMANCES EVERY DAY. commercing at 3 in the afternoon and at 8 In the evening. The ellUr? ^"'^WENTySeVEN YOUNG LADIES, will app'*r. Admission?Orrhestra seats, 50 cents; boxes,; 25 cents; prrate boxes, $1; seats on ihu stage, S3. AAA BROADWAY-WOOD'S MINSTRELS WILL IN future give their unequalled entertainments at this, their old iiopular Hall, on Monday, Sept. 12, commencing at 8 o'clock. BROATWAY VARIETIES. 127 GRAND STREET, TWO dnorlfroin Broadway, first floor. CHEAPEST PLACE OF AMUSEMENT IN TIIK WORLD. Open evtry evening with one of the largest and most talented companies. THIRTY TALENTED PERFORMERS appear It a miscellaneous variety of eutertaiumeuts. The original FEMALE MINSTRELS, consiatln;of twelve young ladies, will appear in a variety of songs. At , Ac. ADMISS10N TK V ,;K>fTS Comnvnco at 8 o'clock; te.nuiunt? at 12. Lady waiters attend the sali*' GF.RYAN VOLKS GARDEN, 45 BOWERY. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT, GRAND SACRED CONCERT. Admission 12 cents; ladies in company with gentlemen free. * i 1 BROADWAY?WOOD'S MINSTRELS THE great event of the day. Is the removal of WOOD'S MINSTKK1.S to their old loeation, 444 Broadway, between Howard n"'1 Grand streets. Look out for the GRAND TESTIMONIAL TO YANKEE CLARKE. Prior to his departure for the South, AT BI.EECKKR BUILDINGS, 284 Itleecker street, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 4 CADEMY OF MUSIC.?DIAGRAMS OF THIS HOUSE, J\ show lug numbers and location of seats and boxes, can lie had of John Otlsey, 4V.1 Broadway; D. Marley t A. F. Seasteitl, 55;l Broadway; .1. S. l'armelee, 585 Broadway, and A. S. .lall'e, 1,023 Broadway. ?aiANAGKRS WISHING TO AVAIL THEMSELVES OF iYI the services of the undersigned during the coming sea mci, by addressing their i ommunications to 33 Bowery, N. Y., e 111 meet with prompt attention. J. J. PtilOR. LATTRA IRENE'S theatre. ?The management ha, itic pleasure of presenting to the at leuUou of the public, fo ihr FIRST TIME IK AMERICA, FIRST TIME IN AMERICA FIRST TIME IN AMERICA, Aaod from the pen of I'altbate Hmraoa, Esq., author of "8-coed Lo?e," Ac. AN ENTIRELY NI^BT AN ENTIRELY NEW AN KNTIRELT NEW ORIGINAL THREE ACT COMRnY, ORIGINAL THREE ACT COMEDY OKIUINAL THREE ACT COMEDY, EKTITLSU WORLD AND STAGE. WORLD AND STAGE. WORLD AND STAGE. WORLD AND STAGE, whk'b will be presented this , MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, AND ALL THE WEEK, with the following excellent cast:? Fanny Kelly (a celebrated acttgpns) Miss latum Keene I July Casllecrag (her slater). Ada Clifton Miss Upglue Mary Wells Uelly Stubbe Marion McCarthy I with the beautiful song, "Cherry ltlnc."] I-ady Fanny Gabble Mrs. Mark Smith I her first appear an ce here.) Hon. Mrs. Cruickshanks Miss Deiand Trimmer Miss Florence Bell Hon. Harry Malpas Mr Geo. Jordan Sir Norman CaaUecrag Mr. J. G. IturueU Leonard Ashtou Mr H. F. l)aly Buzzard Mr F. A. Vincent Daniel Dewlap Mr. W. 11. Stephens fills first appearance in New York.j Colonel Gabble Mr. J. A. Smith Sir Dazxly Browser Mr. C. Peters Morceau * Mr. C. Whcuiletgh [his first appearance this seasuu.J SYNOPSIS. SCEMERT A HP INCIDENTS. ACT FIRST. THE FAKK AT WESTLANO MANOR An oleaginous compound and a dangerous unguont?A par douabto curiosity?UnsaUsfaeiorj satisfaction?The Monro* doctrine as applied to crinoline?An intruder?Trouble in Uie camp?Contemplated assattU and battery?Equivocation? '.nolheri * ~ seeker after the mysieriMa unknown?A slight ac know lodgment? llnneat rnslicity dumb founded?An appeal to the horsepond?A distinguished dramatic artiste?An unhedged dramatist?Conflicting sentiments?Pi octim- against precept? The WORI.D AND STAOE. ART WORSHIPPED. ITS MINISTER DSBFISBB. A review of the past?All Insoiveut parent?A noble house falls under tlte hammer?A sister's marriage?Pride will not eat the bread of rharitv. THE WORLD RENOUNCED POIt TDK SANCTUARY OK THE STAOE. Is she less worthy for her vocation??Lore, born of pity, the hand maiden of woman's sorrow?A sister 's yearnings?A no- 1 ble toe. ART AGAINST PREJUDICE, A new play accepted?A heart struggle?Plies about the honey pot?A great origins! and an animated photograph?A40 plain, $50colored?A coat endangered?A serpent in human form, whose powers of fascination are in danger from want of exercise?Two strings to one bow?The araste?An heir ap parent to the throne of love?Devotion to art from a new source?The artiste?Not being vocal, declines the instrumenta tion of the PERAMBULATING BUDGET OP SONUS Tlonest rusticity again?An exponent of primitive P. R. prin ciples?A stout 'friend, but no gentlemau?tlenttlltv at a dts count?A liastv exodus?Dewlap in n state of eruption?An or " " ' "ted?A ' ' thodox opinion jeopardized?A sudden departure resolved upon?Childhood s recollections?Company from the Manor House? Information wanted?The pleblan proclivities of a pillar of the nobility in cheek?A model of propriety?The cha rtty of the unknown?Precipitation retarded?Uoueat rustici ty?A dumb witness?A weasel uot caught asleep?A bolt, and a fast ouc?The value of u gardener's opinion to the exotics or SOCIETY. The benefit of the doubt goes to the prisoner at the bur of sn exclusive opinion?To gel within the pale of society it is ne cessary to kick the bucket of prejudice over master and man? Anobjectionable suit and all unwilling suitor?An agreeably surprising surprise, not altogether unexpected to one. party at least?An approach to the decencies of life, us considered by the disciple of Dr. Tight?An emissary at work si an emolument of more kicks thnn half pence?Propriety Indulges in a little coquetry?A meeting to be avoided?A device of the enemy? An agonizing mspense?The revelation?an actress?Pro priety horrified?Exemplary charity dwindles down to con temptible hypocrisv?The si lisle again? A noble lady's sister? Tlfmlt?"fl The line of limit?The equator of social distinction an imagina ry line?A relationship appealed from?Prospective contamina tion?A shocking alfsir?The last kick?A note delivered by male, with the (postal) stamp of suspicion?Honest rusticity ex presses a willingness to go to the end of the world, and fur ther?probably on the Arrhimedian lever of friendship that moves the earth.?A sister's resolve, though family ties be trodden down by callous liearls, ONE TOUCH OF NATURE HAKES THE WHOLE WOULD KIN. End o I act first. Atrr SECOND. THE ARTISTE'S HOWE. Fine feathers make due birds?A lady's boudoir converted into a privste Post ofllce.?Mtss Hetty's charms St a discount? An unloved chambermaid blooming alone.?A now phase of Honest rusticity.?New opinions?Artistic enthusiasm.?A good fellow.?Love a necessary adjunct.?One in the sum total of huniau happiness.?A calm but savage disquisition.?Billet doux.?A special detective w ith an eye to the Hack Stairs and the Area gate.?Important business.?Sccrots.?A sentimental parting. CHERRY RIPE t CHERRY RIPE' Fanny?Reflections? A thoughtless frivolity not guilt?A welcome visiter?Anxious Interest?The Ladder of love, with the rounds of affection and esteem?Lovers ?n?l husbands? Possession sn implied security?Unread epistles?Daniel Possession an implied security?Unread epistles?Daniel sgaiu?A hearty grip from a hand in training?A transplanted system of questionable tendency?Its reprehension?An art trHitor?Applause that is dearest?A fine scheme frustrated? Smiles and tears?More secrets?Confidence, a lovers first virtue?Jealousy?Daniel's mission accomplished?A young woman who know s w bat's what?The last wink?An intruder? The man sgatn?A casual acquaintance renewed?T'otlier gosling come again?Honest rusticity rwvurta to first princi ples? A dettcnteon delicate ground?Rustic friendship meets no encouragement?A troublesome delivery?A speedy reply, but an unsatisfactory one?My friend, not master?The tailor assailed?A noble visitant?Another casual acquaintance re newed?Exemplary abstinence?The avantage or being closely ~ ~ a. The veiled?Fear of the world's opinion?Reconciliation. ?RINK or A rBECiriOEl WHO STANDS OH ITT Innocent flirtation?Publicly, a jeat?privately, a crime?Wav ering principles. The world's guardianship! The pardoner needs pardon most?A tie nigh Hindered?The beam being removed, the mote becomes visible?Virtue, trem bling on its pedestal, takes SANCTUARY AT THE ALTAR OF A SISTER'S LOVE! The disrupt tie re united?Fetters?A regretted correspon dence?The ruse of safety?Au address wanted?A slight mis take tn the person?Aii invitation despatched?Suspicious More secrets?Information deferred?The perambulating budget of songs again?Vanity at fault?A fascinating crea ture?Tbe most extraordinary woman of the age?A combina tion of virtues?A suppositious conquest?Devotion?A man who never loved but oue wouiau?Feminine caprice?An ex acting demand?The ruse nearly successful?Unexpected ap pearance of the ally, and OVERTHROW or THE AU.IED POWERS. The despatches still tn the enemies' possession?Malpos be tween two fires?A seeret nearly Id rayed?Subterfuge and palliation?A demand tor letters refused, as is the case at all well regulated Post offices?Lady Castlecrag's departure? Malpas served with a "ne exeat" at the front door, and strong ly recommended to try the back stairs?A key wanting?Mal pos solua?Lady Uaatlecrag's return?A husband iu waiting? The left wing of the. Allied force in danger?The. trap sprung? The beginning of the enemy's triumph?Unexpected visiters? More worldly opinions?Propriety's curiosity satisfied?The right wing of the Allies surprised?The retreat cutoff?A state At' lnli.r?lln. nn.aS.lnt..?T'A.hn. "?I a... ???? ? ... of Interesting uncertainty?T'other gosling once more?In search of a lrienil?Hasly testimony?To prove too much is to prove nothing?The one w ay left?Another interested party Unexpected appearance of Fauuy?Suspicion removed?A slight repudiation. THE LION IN DANIEL'S DEN! The savior a destroyer?Evenis becoming more complicat ed?An honest opinion?A sudden departure?Ample cause for Dr. Tlght'a jollification?Another aecuaer?Honest rusti city stands forth for the ilcfcnce?Thn deceit of appearances? A remuneration?Daniel's remorse?Fanny's agony? ONE SAVED?ANOTHER LOST! A henrt struggle?A soft heart aud a soft head?Nature's ut ter prostration? TllE OE'K CHARGED HEART CAN BEAR NO MORE. Eud of act second. ACT THIRD. THE HOTEL AT PAD, IN THE PTRENEES. Nobility In close quarters?A landlord's complaisance?New phase of the English language?Apartments wanted?A change for another party proposed?An escape from bankruptcy?An invalid?Impetuous reasoning?Remorse?Propriety elated?A large fund of delight from a small source?Celebrated persoti ages-FoUowers and pursuers- A traitor In the camp?Smallfry? Unknown men of letters?An old, but humble friend?Au em barrassing interview?Sisterly Inquiries?A lady's com pliance?A proper sense of duty?Abnegation nf honest rus ticity, and assumption of foreign habits?The tail of a dlmiuu live rat uot perceptible?A "feiume de chambre" as a test me dium. TRENCH WITHODT A WASTER. "Ici on parln Francaise." Propriety shocked?Distinguished arrivals?A select co terie?Frightful stories "of low people?Strange source of de light?A sleeping beauty?A mocking bird?Interrupted con versational powers?Original and photograph once more?A cold reception?Trimmer's Information?Intercepted corres pondence?A secret diacovcrcd?A proffered rescue?Sudden pondence?A secret discovered?A proffered rescue?Sudden thoughts?Propriety enraptured?A heartrending calamity?A similarity removed?A blessed interruption?A moonlight ride pro|>osen?A delicate undertaking?An Interruption?A strange finger in the pie?Petit larceny?lgive.'s treasure?More Inter cepted correspondence?Under a delusion?The sublime effu sions of Murray's handbook recommended lo a lady's perusal? Naughty Buz?Susceptible Propriety?The Mvstle Hour of Eleven?An Did Paper?A Strange Paragraph?A Positive Denial?The Artiste Again?A Perplexing Predicament?Slan der at Work?Lady fastleerag's Sister?Forced (Jayety? Working a Somnolent Oracle. THE RUBICON Of FALSEHOOD PASSED! A SISTER DENIED The Fetters Forged?The Vleitin Enthralled?The Bondage of the Soul?A Silent Coward?Propriety's Testimony?Au Uu expected Event. THE CUAWriON 0T TRUTH. Slander and Slanderers Rebuked?Justice and Truth against t'alumnioua Libel?Insult for Insult?A Ilesrt Question?A Vote of Thanks?A Host of Nobodies?Reertminalions?Re morse?^The Unseen Witness?A Deuouiueul Wanted?Fanny? Affection Crushed?A liuardlau Angel?Master and Man Eyes and Ear* tn Active Service?A Clear Field?Desired In formation?I Heard a Voice?A Guide Wanted?A Denouement Found?A Horrifying Thought?A Cold Shiver?Re connoltrelng?All ljulet?The Promised Guide?The Kx clualvenesg of Fashion Invnded?Salary uot so much an object as a permanent situation. Expectancy?pro priety- under a cloud. ? A strange event?Appa rent Ubiquity?A slight misunderstanding?line Piece of Mind given for another Peace of Mind restored?Tho rejection of shame?A ruined husband?Temptation?A friend at hand? Au Implied threat?Reason?'The letters. IlIEY SHALL BE TOURN. NO! TUET ARE WINE! An enemy disarmed - A witness for the'defeneo introduced? Another danger threatens a noble reputation?The Testimony of Fanny's innocence?The evidence destroyed. A SISTER'S SACRIFICE! Honor given to the buffets of the world?Leonard's forgive nesa. LOVE'S RECONCILIATION. A plot discovered?A nervous temperament shocked?A sense of shame?The promise?An anxious inquirer?Another witness?Explanations?Daniel's testimony?Propriety1* elope ment revealed?Sir Morman slightly astonished?'Tisn't aft snow that * plastered w hite?The mortgagee?A noble deed Prejudice vanquished?An Irruption?Propriety and her gos ling?Married, lint not settled?A sister acknowledged?An er ror repaired?The ?? BARRIER OF PREJUDICE DESTROYED BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ST VC.K. THE ORCHESTRA Under the direction of iho aide composer and director, Mr. THOMAS BAKER, , will performs new grand operatic selection from How tow h beautiful opera of " MA KTH A." Introducing the most popular nirw, with solo* for tint*, clarionet, viollu, oboi, cornet, trom bouc, Ac.; also the new eomicalltf, THK UK A it POLKA. notick. f thin Owing to the length and bnportanee of HKAl TIFUls ORHII.VAls < < ?MKT>Y, it will b? impossible to PHRFORM Af?v OTHKK I'IKCr. TI1K MY. KVK9MN i. Seat* nmy bo secured onk wrick iu advance without extra charge. Doors open at 7. To commence it $ o'clock. PALACE GARDEN MUSIC II ALL. THIS KVKNINd THIS EVENING, THIS r.i r..n.i., THIS KVKNINd. THIS KVKMNO, THIS KV1.N1NU, THIS K.V V N1NG. THIS EVENING. Tilts KVKNINd! THIS KVKNINd THIS KVKNINd! HWWf, fiinuui It. Nvhdat, Himmu H, Hp una v, Hcrrmiacu II, Hobday, Harrxaaxu 11, Hoboat, 8arriM?K 11, Hobday. Hbi-tsbbeb 11, Nomday, N>m?u 11, Hobday, Nmiaiu M, Hvnbav, Hismuk 11, Hobday, Hxi-tsdsbr II, Hobday, Hbbtbbbbb 11, GRAND HAORKD CONCERT. OKANil HACKED CONCERT. GRAND HACKED CONCKRT. UiUNU SACRK1) CONCKRT. GRAND SACRKD CONCKRT. ORAND SACRKD CONCKRT" GRAND SACRKD CONCKRT. GRAND SACRKD CONCKRT. GRAND SACKKl) COKCKKT. GRAND SACRKD CONCKRT. GRAND SACRKD CONCKRT. MADAMK ANNA lilSHOP. MADAMK ANNA IIISHOP. MADAMK ANNA RIKIIOP. MADAMK ANNA HISIIOP. MACAMK ANNA lilSHOP. MADAMK ANNA RISHOP. MADAMK ANNA HISIIOP. MADAMK ANNA HISHOP. MADAMK ANNA HISHOP. MADAMK ANNA HISHOP. MADAMK ANNA lilSHOP. Ir compliance with the earnest solicitations of B lum som ber of (Nr. musical admirers ot MADAMK ANNA HISHOP. tliat eminent caidalrlce baa consented to appear in sacred osa cert this evening, at PAI.ACK GARDEN MUSIC HALL Fourteenth street, near Sixth avenue. On which oocaaRa dhe will be assisted by the ruuUifsl and accomplished pianist, ARTHUR NARULKON; ARTHUR NAPOI.KON: ARTHUR NAPOI.KON; ARTHUR NAPOI.KON; ARTHUR NAPOI.KON; ARTHUR NAPOI.KON; ARTHUR NAPOI.KON; ARTHUR NAPOLEON; ARTHUR NAPOI.KON; ARTHUR NAPOI.KON; ARTHUR NAPOI.KON; The favorite contralto, MADAMK ZIMMKKMAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRKAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN; MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN, MADAMK ZIMMKRMAN; The po'ralar baritone of lb" Italian Opera, HIGNOR TAKKANKI.I.I, HIGNOR TAKKANK1.I.I, SIC NOR TAKKANKLLL SIGNOR TAKKANKLLL HIGNOR TAKKA NKI.1J, SIUNOR TAKKANKLM, And A GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHKSTRA, A GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHKHl RA, A GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, A GRAND CHORUS AND ORCHKSTRA. A GRAND CHORUS AM) ORCHKSTKA, A (IRANI) CHORUS AND ORCHKSTRA, Under the direction of the relebrsted musical director CARL AUKCHUTZ. CARL ANBCHUTX. CARL ANSCHUTZ. CARL ANSCHUTZ. CARL ANSCHUTZ CARL AKSCHUTZ. This grand sacred mwoellsnoua concert a ll! consist of seellsaa from HAYDN'S "CREATION" HAYDN'S "CRKATION." HAYDN'S "CRKATION," HAYDN'S "CRKATION." HAYDN'S ' CRKATION." HAYDN'S "CRKATION," AMD ROSSINI'S "STABAT MATER." ROSSINI'S "STAIIAT MATKR." ROSSINI'S "ST A RAT MATKR," ROSSINI'S "STABAT MATKR." ROSSINI'S "STAIIAT MATKR," MADAMK IIISHOP Will also sing Schubert 's "Ave Maria," Handel's "Angels ever Bright and Kslr," Ac., Ac. MADAMK ANNA HISHOP W|U also sing on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, September ISaud 14. OPINIONS OF THE ENGLISH PRESS. [From the Ixmdnn Times, December 14, 18S8.1 The return Madame Anna IUshnn. after mere than ten years' wanderings in search of artistic honor aud profit, haa restored a ?.??inline vocalist to our musical circles. Of aucb an aciiuisiliou the metropolis has long siood in need, s s ? ? ? s B 4k Hlphlv finished as was her execution, faultless her Intona tion. an'd entirely satisfactory to the most practised ear her manner of phrasing in passages of expression, the dramatis fire was generally admitted wanting, and her otherwise per fect singing thus accused of coldness. Now?or we are much mistaken?the coldness has disappeared, and the dramatic fira once missing usurped Its place The marble statue, praised for Its symmetry alone, now breathes the breath of life; and, instead of an Ingeniously contrived mechanical instrument, a creature of flesh and blood?a woman?now utters melodious sonds. recites, declaims Slid sings. It was not from one per formance alone that the Impressions we have endeavored I* describe were due, but to the general effect of Madame lllahop'a singing lssl night at Exeter Hall, as upon ourselves. A mistress of her art w as undeniably before us; and the nftenor she sang, the stronger become the conviction that true feeling and expression, which constitute the esscuce of music, were there, no less than art. ? ??????a Nothing could be more enthusiastic than the reception ac corded to Mndsme Bishop by the audience; and nothing heartier or more unanimous than their regnogniUou of her merits. She was summoned back to the platform amid accla mations after every piece, aDd. In obedience to universal de mand. repealed (be ballad of "Oft in the stilly night." Her success, in short, was as complete as could have been desired by the warmeatpartlzana of her talent. (From the London Morning Advertiser, December It. IffSBLf After an absence from Knglsnd of some years. Madams Anna Bishop presented herself before a London audience last evening si Exeter Hall. ? ????? Owing to the accidental absence of Mr. Weiss, who was t? have sung the first sunt: at the opening of the concert, Madams Bishop had to take upon herself the duty of commencing tha vocalization, which she did in the grand aria "Uraliaa sgtmuD tlbi," and which she sang in so brilliant a manner as at oner la establish herself a favorite with the audience, who applauded her most rapturously. Rv way of contrast to this effort. Madame Bishop next gave Moore's delightful ballad, "Oft la the Stilly Night," and w as encored. She certainly rendered the air in a very charming manner, although If a little mora repose had been introduced into Us Interpretation it would, ts our minds, have gained much in pathos and effect; but in Meo delssohn's grand scens. "Infellce! gia dal mio agu&rdo si dilt'gnn," she had another opportunity of testing the volums and flexibility of her voice, and of placing beyond doubt her great ability as a first rate vocal artist, while. In a new ballad composed expressly for her by Charles Barker, entitled, "Oh, Comeagnln To-morrow," w ritten upon the episode of Utile Nell and ber grandfather, in Dickens' "Old Curiosity Shop," she again displayed so much truthfulness, delicacy and judg ment as a ballad singer ng lo make It evideut that she had tin) greatest possible commnnd over her voice, and that she could adapt it at will toevcry phase of the vocal art. [From the I/todon Express, December 14,1858.7 MADAME ANNA BISHOP'S CONCERT. This lady, who has recently returned to England itfter an ab sence of many yenrs, made her IIrat appearance, since her re turn. in a concert given by herself last evening at Exeter Half. She Is so much aftered, that when she entered the orchestra, she did not In the slightest degree remind us of what she wan in former days. From a slim, girlish looking person, looking even younger than she really was. she has come to be an ex ceedingly One woman, still looking remarkable yottng, with a full, well rounded figure, and a fare which, without exaggera tion, may well he called beautiful. She la ten times the singer she was when we last heard her. Her voice does not betray the slightest sign of decay. It Is a magnificent organ; rich, mellow, flexible, of extensive compass, and delicately in tune. She is. In short, in the fullest possession of her powers, and In all probability will continue to be so for a long time to come. [From the Standard. December 14,1858.1 After an ahsenee of ten years. Madame Anna Bishop has re turned to the country of her birth, the scene of her early artis tic successes; and. with laudable ambition, has at once placed herself before the tribunal of public opinion. Madame Anna Bishop, if changed. Is changed for the better, being now stout and buxom, while retaining all those attrac tions of physiognomy that used to lend a charm to her slender personal exterior. As au artist, she must also be congratulated; for, besides the perfect justness of intonation, agreeable quality of bone, fluency and uniform correctness of execution, for which she was deservedly renowned from the first, her voice has considerably gained In force, her si vie in expression, and what may be termed dramatic vigor. Her reception last night was enthusiastic beyond measure; but her performance lu the old fashioned sacred bravura of (iugllelmi (a contemporary of Mozart's), entitled "Urattas aglmns tlhl," with clarionet obliga te (Mr. l-azarnsi, was so irreproachable as fully to entitle Mr to the highest honors. ***??????? In every piece she was successful, her ballad singing being quite on a par with her bravura, and with her more serious ex ertians in the fine piece of Mendelsshon. She was recalled af ter each performance, and enthusiastically encored after "Ofl in the Stilly Night." In short, our great harmonic societies, sacred and secular, and It may be surmised our lyric stage, have now at command a new atnger, thoroughly efficient and more than ordinarily endowed?an artist at ail points equal to any emergency, and exactly suited to fill up the gap which had so long yawned in the terra ftrma of metropolitan musical en tertainments. Madame Clara Novelto has round au honorahln competitor in the concert room, and Miss Louisa Pyne on the Lyric boards. MADAME ANNA BISHOP. [From (he Era. Deeemlter 19, 18581 The return of this celebrated vocalist to her native country, after a long locomotive absence in the remoter regions of u?? world, is likely lo be an event of considerable impotjanc* ? our musical circles, inasmuch as Ihe ten or eleven years widen have elapsed since the lady In question appeared iu the metro polls have produced those fruits which could only come sr 'n defatlgahlo physical cultivation and wide experience, ft is nt* often that so marked an improvement Is visible in foe case or an artist who reappears after a prolonged session from tno public eye. Madame Anna Bishop may now iinqticstlonabty take rank with the greatest singers of the day. The fault* which were apparent during the earlier period of ber career no longer exist; while she has acquired a largeness and fejanty of expression which denotes the full imssession of su Iintelligent, and highly dramatic instinct. The rencert of Madame BUhoa took place last Monday nt Exeter Hall, and the success which she achieved was beyond doubt doubt or question. Her per sonal AHticct will not have been forgotten by the frequenters of the thratrc and the concert room in the year 1847. the slight, eleonitiv formed brunette now assumes the dimensions of the matured woman, the deteriorations that usually attend a life of occupation in many climates being but lightly Imprinted upon her handsome face She wss received with all the welcome due to an English artist who had earned the best honors that America and our must prosperous autipodeau colonics had to bestow^ # ? ? a * a a m ner tragic power and elocutionary skill are very great, and in that most difficult scena by Mendelssohn, known as the "In fellce," they were heard to tne greatest advantage, and elicited the most enthusiastic applause. Her smtxSh articulation, con sclentiousncss of reading, and delicacy of finish, were most gloriously attested in the great buffo duct, "Quanta atnore," from the "Ellslr d" Amore;" and her pure and simple concep tion of a pure and simple ballad, In her rendering of Moore's, "Oft lu the Stilly Night," and a long entitled "Little Nell,'* which, as a musical composition (I can't say much for th? words), (truck me as being one of the sweetest things I have heard for many a day. Altogether Madame Bishop's per formances, iti the three'several st\ les T have mentioned, werw of a character to enable metosav wo have at length au Eng lish singer ainongat us capable of measuring helghls with Im first artistes on the lyric stage. I should add that, apart from lo r musical ability, Madame Bishop has groat personal attrac tions. She is essentially a Hue woman, her figure is command ing, and ber face dignified and beautiful. MADAME ANN \ BISHOP. THIS EVK.VI.VtJ. AT PALACR GARPKN Ml'SK HALL. Admittance ^ Notice to Ooachhen.?rwhea will Bet down their company with their horses bends facing the North river, and take up tti reverse order.