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A~rmy bl pplibs. ^ . - Ort ice or Asht Ci.othiko Ak. ( Ki'. St! BiuiDWiT. Nsw Yokk, August '"?J'*"- > " Preaoeal* are Invited for furuiablug tmiforrtv Ki^ulation CUit'ttne and Camp ami Garrison Lunipage fur Ike uew It. ,es ut vu'.uutei r# an l 1111 iitia of the United Stale#. The Clothing aud Equips ?? lor the different armsCf the ?ervioe to correspond in :?.? and material 10 that hereto fore uirt, ami to conform 10 the pauerus Intbeolttofof i'lothii.g and K<i'<ip>ua In thla city, wLeie specifications aud Hu nple- may be in?peated. frupo ilt a'.uuld mate the articles ? btcb it ia proposed to fulfill'1'. the quantity which tan be an polled weekly, the ?artiest period at which li.e delivery will bo commented, nod the lulal qu Iituy oB'tvrcd, and the price lor each aniele. All urticlev delivered by contra tors are required by law to fee lagib y marked with the com ru tor's name. The following liet embr?<ca the ptinelp.il aupplleo need *'1i ~ , ? ARTICLES OF CLffTIUNQ. I uifnrm Coats, couaiaiing of engineers, ordnance, artll lore aud itiiuutry. Uniform Jackets, consUliug of cavalry, artillery, Infantry, S mate and knit. I nitorm Trousers, consisting of footmen, horsemen Cmiavc and knit. Colloii Diu'k Overalls. Drawers ?Flannel and knit. HhIr.s?Flannel and knit. Croat Coats?Footmen ami horsemen Mtrapa for Ureal Coat*. ill. uSets?Woollen aud rubber. Ponchos, Talmas. Mark Coats, lined and unlined. Booi- Bootoea, Legglns, Stocking!. Stock*?Leather. Uniform Hats?Trimmed and untrimmed. Uniform Caps. , Forage Caps, Recruits?Cavalry and Infantry Cap Covert, Stable Frocks, stance. II*versa* ks. Knapsacks. Canteens. ARTICLES OK E'JUlPAaB. Hospital Tents, Wall Jems. Sibiey Tenia, CootBon Tenia, D'Abri Uuu. Mosipiito Bars, Bpad' s, lli'kiiueutMl Colors, Ho diets. Camp Colors, Mess Fans, National Colors, Camp KeltlMb Riaudavda, Flck Axes, Storm i'htva. Bugles, Garrison Flags, Triitapelg Kcc.uitlug Flags, Drums. Guidon*. Fifes, ? Axes. MOO KS?company Order. Do. Clothing Account. Do. Descriptive. ( Do. Morning Report, post Order. Do. Moraiug Report. Do. Letter. Do. Uuanl. Be g1 mental general order. Do. Loiter. Do. Descriptive. Do. Index. Do. Order. Tf ;et Practice. Consolidated Morning Report, luspectioa Report. BsenrRy will bo required lor tlie fullilmentof every con 'trael. All proposals received by noon of the tenth day from the date o:tin- mlv rl > semen t will be opened at noonni lhat duy, ami the artu !? s immediately needed will be awarded to the low. rt. r sponsible bidders present. Contracts lor fnr thnr supplies wi.l be awarded from lima to tima as luvorable b. Is me iu l ived always to the lowest responsible bids re Ceived up to me time of making contra la. Froi ( s.i s to be endorsed " Proposals ior furnishing Artny Supplies." and ad ire-sed to the e bscnber. Bv order of ike Quarterm is er General, " Lieut. Colonel 1). II VINTON, Deputy Quartoduaster UeneraJ United .states Army. Army supplier. Oitics or Aumt Ct-OTiiivc asp Rquipaok, ( Ntw Yiiiik. Sept. tl, IS62. i Sealed proposal* will be received ul this otliee for furnish lug bv contiacl, <1 -liverable ut the depot of army clothing ami i qui; u ,e, In iliis City, SIt mule Army Wa.on Harness, Four mule Artny Wagon Hanuvs, Two hurse Ambulance Harness, One hi.r u Ambulance Harness. dpeclUcatlous of which can be seen on applloatiou at thia ?Oilier Rl Iders will state thequantity they propose lo deliver, snd tlm shortest period in wnlch it can be InruUhcd. Froposals must be aceomiianleil by a proper guarantee for the faithful performance of the oontrsct. Ail bids deemed unreasonable or objectionable will be re jected. Proposal-' will be endorsed "Proyosala for furnishing har iu?s' aud addressed to Lieut. Col. D. II. Vl.ViON, D. <J. M. Uencral, U. S. Army. "XTOTJCK.?SK VLED PROPOSALS ARE INVITED Jin IIIIill the 30tn day of Bepteiiuior, 1862. at 12 o'clock M., fur supplying the I'd kd Suites Subsistence Department Willi 6.IK.0 head of Beef Cattle on tl e hoof. The oartle are to be delivered at Washington Cltv, D. C., ? in vouii. iw ini ucuiricu nv ?i untiiugivju v/? v_r > */. t -And each animal to average l.itV pounds cross weight. Mo ?til ii*l admlued which weighs less than 1,000 | vui?h'.. licifersand bulls not wanted. The cattle to he delivered at .such times and in such quan titles as ilie government may require. The ilrst delivery of cattle to be made ten days after sign ing the contract. A bond with good and suflleient serur ty will lie required. Uorei umeut reserves to itself the rijii to pay In Treasury moles or other government I mid*. Mo bid will be entertained when put by contractors who have previously (failed to comply with their contracts, or when the bidder Is not present to respond to his bid. All Bids lo be accompanied by two guarantees. The names of hrms should be aimed iu full, with the pro mise address of all the members of the firm. Bids lo be directed to "COL.. A. BKCKWITH, A. D. O. an l <\ 8. V. P A.. Washington, D. C." and endorsed "Proposals f'.r Beef Cattle.'' FORM OF GUARANTEE. We , of the county of ?, and State of ?, and , ot the county of-?, an I State of , do hereby guarantee ?that liable to fullilacontrol in accordance with the terms of liis propotil oil, and that, should his prniiojltiou lie lu accor' a. eeptct. he will at once enter into a contract lu accoidsnce therewith. Should the contract be awarded him, we are prepared to become his securities. This guarantee must be appended to cacli bid. IKOI'OSALS FOR POTATOES. Sraled proposals are Invited tiil the 1st day of October, 1862, at 12 o'clock M., for furnishing the Subsistence Depart ment of Washington, D. C., with 10.0 *0 bushels of potatoes. The potatoes to be delivered at either U street wharf, Washington, or at the rullioad depot, put up in good sound barrels or sacks, without cost of barrel or sack, and to bo delicti ed by the 15th of October, 13G2. Tha b'ds should sta.e the price, pei bushel of sUtV pounds, i *ud to !?? directed to Colonel A. BKCKWITH. A. 'D.and C'. 8., II, 8. A., and endorsed, ''PropostU for Potatoes." SEALED PROPOSAL8 ARE INVITED TILL THE Is; day of October, 1862, at 12 o'clock Jf., tor furnish ing the Subsistence Department with 20,000 barrels of Flour. Bids wi.l ue received for what is kuowu as No. I, No. 2, mud No. 3. - The number of barrels of each kind should bo distinctly Mated, r.ud the price proposed far each grade. The quan* iiy of Flour required will lie about 500 barrels dally, delivered either at the government warehouses In Oemgrtowa or at the|ra!lroad d-put at Was.iin.ptou. The usual government inspe tlon will be made just before the flour i* received. The l ai rets to be head-lined. Bids will be accompanied by sn oath of allegiance, and be ~ ' * BECKWITH. - - - directed loOol A. BECKWITH. A. D. U.. and C. 8., t'. 8. A . nt Washington, 0. 0., and etubu.-cd "FroBOSals for Flour." An experienced and ENEKOETIO OFFICER, who has seen service, a Ishes n field position In a new regiment, immediate or pros, ectire. Will furnl.su money aud men and devote his entire energy to nrrsni/ltik the r L'iturnt. Ad .rvss, stating terms, Field Ofetr, box 2u7 He raid oflbr. Fon THE SICK AMD WOUNDED. Under nn order from the President of the Unfed States, R uat mid *y?lcm ha* bern,e>.tabll?liei1 by the bani tar . Commission for the safe tru,amission utid Judicious Atstribut on or article* contributed by the people tor the sh-ic and woandovl of tho army and navy. The system, after Be'ng wet! tried, ha* been fotmniiy approved and leeora ?tin n,h I by the President. the <?? ticral-iM-Ctdef and the Bur geon General. The ?warily it offers nggmid mHapproprU tloti !? teilnnUy perfect, until lb" routribntloiie nm ?l?!i - wei in the hospitals, where they necessarily p???> fi*m lit" control of the Cnmtulsaiou. Of tuore than * mt.non artfcli? went throigh one ol the largest of It* iliannel* ot ?">pt?!jr It be* been a ecruvlned that not nit ? hundred have mwtrfM -or been iiishoneatly u*ed. D.? rent an i tr i-tworthy .'ig- nt-. are com. intly employed in visiting ail division*01 thennny tin hiding those o* the Southern cuaat, the Mi*ti??lppi ami the Wi t rn frontier, toobserve lL.-<r want*; to dhe.i ?>*(? p'ie* *i,rit C.ev are most n netted. and to secure. a* :u :i* prion a lie, 'heir bones.. uac. Tho C 'iiiinlsrh n do-, n t tin. d. rta' e to deliver arllclea to indir-duals. and decline* to te net. contribution* with any reatrtetto i a* to tltelr destina tion wit,rn the limit* o! the force employed ui the sennit of ?.hi nsth>u, It belun one of .t?*e, und try object* to Mren.lhen tlie ?? nilmcnl of natiouu! noiiy wherever it ean io?e in au la . ?til.- n with State or local ni Me. Tue iU-trl<Miilon or hospital *e.|ipHe> t* but a branch of the work of toe Commbston. It emulo.vi the be*t professional talent w h eh can be o.iiainnd in Inr rountrv to aid ita larger onrpo'i ?to do all that t* |Kin*lh o tor the health aud vigor of our S titling men, to lighten the.c bordens, reduce thilr In -ciimb 'i.i ... 1 to sustain their spirits nailer Um prt ration* end bar whip* which are an essential part of *ucoe-afnl war fair, Lor this purpoae contribution* to Ita treasury see so Vcitod. 1 hey urny be diree'ad to thr Treasurer, O. T. Strong, Em].. US NN nil street, New Vora. Commissioners under appointment from the President of "the United State*. The Iter. HUSKY \V. BELLOWS. D D., New Toilt. Prof. A 0. HACHE, IX !?.. Wsahiugton. DEO. W. CULLUM, U. 8 A.. Washington. ALEX \NDKR K. SHIItAS. U.S. A., Washington. KOBE 'IT C. IVOHD, M. D.. U. S. A.. Washington. \TIfXI AM H. VAN Bl'RKS. M D . Mew York. WOLCOTT CIIIBH. M. D.. New York. SAMUEL O. 1IOWR, M. 1)., Boston. CORSE LI UH K. AUNEW, M. D? New York. KLisiiA Harris, m. d.. n*w York. J. B. NEWBERRY. M. D., Cleveland. GEORGE T. STRONG, New York. HORACE BINNF.V, Jr., Philadelphia. Thu It.,hi Rev. THOMAS M. CLARK, D. D., Providence, iM. I. The lion. JOSEPH HOLT, K ntoeky. R. W. ni BNKTT. Clm lunatl. The 11 m. MARK SKINNER, Cklcagb PRltDERICK LAW OLMBTEU. New York. Contribution* of suitable supplies for the nick and wound ed will be received at the moms ef the Women's Central Relief A-'oclstlon, No. It) Third uvea tie, Cooper Union, New York. CuirriAL Orrica, Sahitart Co?nnnos, i Wasiiirotob, Soptemi er JO. HidZ. I Tt e Sanitary Commission, at the re ,uim of General Its! ] ok, Uumraandlngdn-t hirl thr artme* ot the Unit, d State*, tnom earnestly advise-. against the practice of sen Una pre* ?nt* to fo diar* #f arth le-which It I* suppose t will add to ib<t convenient es of their c.unp llf*. To the know! dv? of The Coil'" ilsston many hundted inns of atirb present* ate new pih d uselessly In *tore house* and yard*, and upon old *-*mp grounds; sb le thousand* It ivt proiisbly bern de ?troyi-d lo pren nt their t*lltng Inlo the hnnd* of the enemy, and btti t sinall pert of all I' at Inrve been received I y thore te i.vbo.n iliey were nddre?red hn.e been of the *ni.illo*i ral i e to thein. i xcei t a* token* oi the ntfreHonate imeiest ot' their ftiend*. hor this purpose, Ictl'-rii and eueh oibm sinall and Ugh! nrlic'.e* a- . an be Iranimiticd by mail tvo'tl.t kevn keen mui'li better. Larger rHi* o enilon aeriom prartlcal tniie.ilef?men ami oitu cr* fieint: ua urnlly aeerre to throw. In ; thrill atvuy?they ml J to the encumbrances, whl h tit t chief raima oi the eice?*lre rntigtte, aed thtie of the *b an*' s v the ?Killer. Volunteer* tmoei Hveraallr. until they leainj'ettur by <lear bought ??np.Tirur. i.tidertase ;o esrry, an o*to*?i?e nmount of eletliing. Ta this cnuM, an. t# M Axccasire baggage of their otBeers ronu? ef Mm severe t ins* * of the Utiluti im-to* in the present irsv stst attrlbtned by the hl.Ahest nillttury *tvilierlt|s It it evon whon anCeeasful ih but tle. the attempt to secure eomfort by tha paaausalnR of sn tin sisusl nuioitnt of clotliinc is nearlv ahtsyr. .'rn-tta'td; tns heavleit knapeaek being thtsrwn ? nwsy at iho Brat long reutlntteil hard mswh. wnll" the .'ght one Is rctsini tl. and the Innr, rind heavily laib'ned v. it-o.t trsln beingintt oT, w hen the lla'it and Abort one is piSXe.-tigl. Sini.isr ohncivstlen* niU'ly 1? roglmetilnl hu-p|tVs. The bosplml of a regimen! In the fluid should he snppli-d with nothing but the here*: we.-e**iti*N* for the temporary tri iint nt*uf the sick who, in *11 serloe* ea*es, are removiid *- a?t n* possible to general hospital i. tvlieie tlie auppiic* of the regiment stsnot avaba Mv. An oicnantvo amount ol regun-'ntal hospllai slme and ccnrenleoees Is a rrnslty to the *lrh ind wounded, for It ne gation* the frequent del en I ion end ?i'o*r.Klon fivitr the reel ment of the ftw arlleles essentUi o ihe nflulnc** ot Ibe J eon. The Comml**lmi ha* from the llrst protested n*t a oomm ;ii tri'or of *iirr. un< ui this respect, a* well sgtinrt tl' gtcater evil f tlie illetnpt of the vol. tinteer soldier* to carry Into 'ho held too innur of the means ?f uomfort to which thry are habl.iiatrd In civil llf?. in emii tllanoe with Ihe p-qiie*! or tl ral Itr.lleev this apted I* ddret** I to those, by whuss nil-l ken kti.'ln-**. bum these ?rlls arc !i#.!*? bit'-' 1 Ivi aggravated and *ns Ml 1 r;utu, LAW OLhbTtU. Mstntl *t?ie!?ry. 105 THE RKBEI?EiION? ' IOHCORAN'8 IRISH LEGION, U SIX i ll I'.B HMEMT, Colonel TUOMAS M. KKID. Headquarters Sit Broadway. AH person* desirongof joining tliiM command muit do ao obtain tii immediately In order to obtain their bounties letruli betas must1 re I into the aanina will nen re the ciiv bounty ami the remaining bom.ilea baton leaving the Sate, and United State* bonaty on being discharged A lew good uoii-or>?i>intssii>ii?-.I "Meets wanted. Apply at their beadouart re efbf* 10A M. Ali ofllcer* recruiting will report daily to the Adjutant be fore II A. M. /1011 RANY K.?THE SIXTY-NINTH AGAIN IN THE Vc' field. All desiring to join a company commanded by an experienced officer, long eonneoted with the old Slaty tiltnh, i.ud vvfio lia-i aeen service, will Immediately rnroM tb< in l ive* uurter Capt. Jno. II. Nugrm, Company X. Re cruiting office, ISO Bowery. TjHFTH REGIMENT ARTILLERY N. Y. V., COLONEL r UraUaut, stationed at Fort Marshall, Baltimore, and organized tor garrison duty, otters superior inrtiioeDieuta to recruits. Tne highest bounty civeti. Itecrulta troni the country are informed mat government. State and town bouutie, are paid when eullnted. Apply at corner of Court ami Joraltmon streets, Brooklyn, of?IJeutei . mant URBAN; Corner of Bowery uiul Grand street, New York, of Lieut u ant Colonel MURRAY, Regimental Recruiting Officer, or at 40 New Bowery, of Lleuieuaut JONES. Fifth metropolitan guard. Recruits wanted lor this splendid regiment, now orga nizing tortile war. under tho command of COL. T. W I'ARXIELE. Late Major ot the Tliirty-aercutfi regiment N. Y. 8. K. Applications received at the headquarters, NO. 46 HOWARD STREET. Near Broadway. Liberal bounties guaranteed. Firiendb of volunteers can SEE AT OUR olliee dully reports of all deaths in hospitals in and around Washington. SOMES k BROWN, No. 1 Park place Metropolitan BLACK HORSE CAVALRY. T..e undersigned having received authority from Governor Morgan to attach four companies of cavalry to the Metropoli tan Brigade? Notick.?All those having served with Captain Warren, and given him ilioir names, are notified that he Is now ready to enroll them. First class men are requested to come forward and enrol themselves In this spleudtd company, as this w ill be the last opportunity for Cavuiry. Apply at tne headquar ters, 660 Bioadtvay. Major JOHN WARREN. Captain J AMES B. AYltES. Co. A. A vacancy for an Adjutam and a few I.iue Officers. Apply as above Immediately. 1TNITED STATES SANITARY COMMISSION. NEW J York agency, 11W Broadway. Hew York. Sept. JO, 1862. The following telegram has just been received "Send no tice to all newspaper.-, that Ilia largest supplies are wanted at Fred-trick, Maryland, Immediately." Ail articles for llie Sn Uilary Commission sent to the woman's Ceutra! Relief, It t'oojee robin, will he forwarded where most needed, in accordance with information constantly received. By order >>f the executive committee. BKNJ. COLLINS, Superintendent. VITA N'TRD?A POSITION, AS FIRST OR SECOND TT Lieutenant, by a young man. who ts luliy qualified, ami can control twelve men. Apply to A. PHILLIPS, Army and Navy Agent. 266 Broadway. CTH REGIMENT CORCORAN'S IRISH LEGION.?COL Wm. MrKv-lly.?At a meeting ot the friends ot tins regiracut, hel l at the Metropolitan Hotel on Friday evening last, John Kerr, Esq., in the chair,and R. J.Clark, tecrrtary. Tie Chairman elated thai the object of tbe uncling wa? to hu.teii the completion ol the regiment, and a tho same tinu to congratulate its friends upon it s progri as which equal* any regiment now forming, and at the same tlnm to lake stiri, mi asurca as w ill hart-n lis early organization, with the object of putting it Immediately In toe lloTil. Unsolved, That un adjourned meeting be held at the Metro polian Hotel, on Tuesduy evening, the 23d September, 'o which the frleu la of Colonel Win. McKvily, and those of the Legion to which his regiment Is attached, are expected to attend. Meeting to take place at 7 o'clock R. M. ^ ^ PEltSO.VAL. Any person who may be cognizant of pro perty left by Nichobui lleurik Dituner, a n itlvo of Sweden. mipim ed to,have died In New York about the year 1816. ia requo tod to send Information on the subject to Mr. 0. K. Uublcht, Swedish and Norwegian Consul, New York. C 11111.DREN TAKEN FOR ADOPTION AND ALSO J udnptad out to good homes. Two beautiful little girls, one three weeks and one duy old, to be adopted out. Ladles taken lo hoard an 1 gnoil medical attendance, and all the comforts of a home, at Madam PARSELLKS', 741 Green wich street, N. Y. INFORMATION WANTED?OF JOHN CARR. WHO lived In Patensvllle, Ohio, anJ In now in Philadelphia. It this roaches btm, or anyone knowing anything about him, lie or they will please-addn .iB to M. 0., who n? wrote to at 17o Twemy-aii.tli street, N. now nt <2 Beach street, N. Y. Philadelphia pop- rs please copy. INFORMATION WANTED?OF 'PATRICK Moll UGH, who left his home, llae:.cnsa<'k, on the lid Inst. When last seen lie was lu New York. Any information of him will be thankiully received by his wife. Margaret McHugh, Il .ck ensack, New Jersey, or uis brolher-lu-law, Patrick llandlin, 5'i King slreo:. New York. INFORMANION WANTED?OF JOHN P. KE0G1I, WHO J h ft his home on Saturday, 20th inst., at 12 o'clock A. M., to ti ansm t some business, mid lu doing ao no I nrther Infor mation has been heard from him. He is stout built, dark complexion, 5 feet t) inches high, black hair, b.?-k whiskers on the chlni had on u drab Ku-iuth bat, dark rant-, heavy boots, spotted oallco shirt, gray Haunel undershirt, no coal or vest. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received Iw his afflicted wlfs, Mrs Kcogh. or hit Brother Anthony Keogh, 21 Mulberry street, IF WM. MARLOW, OF ST. LOUIS, MO., WILL APPLY personally at French's Hotel, or If any person will leave inforiuntlon of ti e whereabouts of said Marlotv be will be suitably rowarded. IF MRS. MARY JONES, WHO I.EPT OAY STREET four weeks ago, will write lo her husband, who is nearly distr icted on a<s ounl of her absen -e, she never will regret it. Your times I hate b ten do* u. IP THE LADT WHO REFUSED TO GIVE HER AD Ureas on Saturday, at about 11 A. M., should bavc changed her mind, she is reo'iested to bo on Wednrs lay at the same hour at tun same place. IF THE LADY WHO n.AR ELLEN MrLAUUHLIN IN her employ (a little girl of 15) v. 111 make herself known lu this way, she will hear of something to her advantage. IF THE YOUNG LADY, WITH A WHITE FEATHER on ber hat. that pawed down Fulton street, crossed over the ferry and took a Fulton avenue ear, at about one o'clock yesterday morning, should desire to uinke the ae )Ualnt?DC? of tboyouna man aha noticed liotn the car and on the boat, she run do so by sending her addrea- 10 H. U. Haytnar, New York Post ofllce. Mm. hs~*??come home, or everything ? will be advertised about you and associates, and a re ward olfcred to take you to Broome street. _ ANNIE J?*??* It^EWPORY?CALL FOR LETTER. TO "SAL"?AKRTVED BAFeT HOPE*YOU ARB WELL Will see Molly t?-dav; also Mat. It . Have wri ten. Home by Wednesday's train. I bope. PAP. fftOM.?I A M AT i:\ci.E .S; HE goes "out of town A to-morrow. Call at 2 o'clock, I will be alone. Be'iirc M. STATES ISl. VNit. 202 TITILL DR. STEBS WHO TOOK CHARGE OF LIEU Yv tenantCo'onel Mosis' trunk, at Harrison'sLanding. Va., plckse inform Colonel Moses if his trunk Is safe, and i\ here it i an i>c found? A IdressM Bosrcr stroot. N.Y. 117 ILL MISS E. BURTON, WHO ARRIVED FROM ff Ktirland |er steamship New York, on Moi-dsy, teud her addict- to il,., HeialdoAiic anu o dice iter fol o.v )?i-<wn grr? EMILY TALOK. <> -WHY DID YOU* NOT WRITE ME? " PLEASE do so. I will receive it. 201'. LUST AM) FOliVD. CHlL'ND?IN A MADISON AVENUE STAGE. ON FRN X1 day hist, a Pot loiiKittnaie which the owner may receive l'j sppiying nt 22 East Thirty-fifth ttree' and paying for this odveriischcnl, Lokt -on TIICRSTMT last, in Y fifth avenue stage, a silver Portemonnale or silver PockeUsiok. "II A, T. to M. II.," with a ?mall sum of tnoMy in lu If the finder will h ave ihe boo* with George M. Harpe), corner f Ifiieth strert and Third avenue, they are welcome to the ii oner. I OUT?ON the t?T!I or JUNE LA.HT, THE FOEEOW J Ing Nile of Robert Ifnrnllt-'ii'*. dated June 5, at four mouths, fur $111 8?. payable atghe Meo'fanlc*' an.I Trader*' Rank. All perron" are eaottobed ?: aln-it n^sotlu'inc the aune, as pavmevu haa been rlom-d Also, lost it the ?o:ne time, tbt! rsllowiug notes of Clio late Lnu of foster A Ere, amount* of ouch ?? follow*:?$ I.Vti #1, $ I OS SO, $110. flO.I. $IOj 86, $114 ?>,$!!? an, $lit. $1)4 ISO. W. KOKKR. tOElUabeth afreet. IOST-IN OOINO FROM TIIK NEW YORK PO*T J otftas to eonicr William ant Wall atf la. eight dollar* ia poataxn stamp*. The finder will be suitably iwwarded by leaving il.etii at llorton a Hon a, Jf'J Fulton sncet, Brooklyn. Lost ?a few days previous ro septbm lier 1, a d.uk colored MoruCio l'ocki tboo!.. belong ing to the lut" Win. M. Chauc, containing payers of value, but of no u*r to any one but tbe owner. Any per?on finding the ?ame I requested in learn u with K. I?. Morgan A Co., #* Exchange place, aud receive a aultaMs rttranrur their tronhkt. 10ST-A ROUND, HOLD AND ENAMJtEEKD BROOCH, A one pearl lu the centre. In fifth avenue, bstwijen the Worth House anil Washington pirk. A suitable rewnrd will bo paid II returned to Ball. Black * Co,, corner of l'rlnce street nnd Broadway, IORT-nN MONDAY SEPTEMBER IS, SUPPOSED A left In * carriage, a black shell OpcraQlass. The under will l>e liberally retvardod by having It at 85 t ortlaadt at rust . I' OUT?A TAN TERRIER," ALE TAN. ON SUNDAY J n.nr Twenty-v entu stroet and Se.rnih avenue: answvia to the name of Duke. The finder will lie liberally re warded by retttrnlnallta to 14 Wot giit<rot'.i street. be. iweea Full and Sixth arrow I. Notice to tub puiuc.-i.out, a fireman r Badgndto :'tl; N-lonja ioa mernter of envlne No. 55. Any p-rron f wfln.; tits *o?c will leave it at tbt ChlefS offl'.t' nn til called tor. OWNER WANTED -FOR A HOLD WATCH AND t'haln, mtnncscl to he stolen. Inpi is at Essex Market l'rlaon. RKWAHDk. ?*> REWARD-LOST, t'N SUNDAY, IN SIXTH AYE VdS one, between Forty-third and Twelfth aipscta, a Hair Bracelet, with gold < la*p, with iul ialx M. A. K, Tne under, by returning it tn "37 Sixth avenue, will reeetvo lbs above reward. It has a particular value u? the o\< i.er S? - L}lST OR 8TQEKN, ON THE 23TI1 INST.. A ?J. Box, c ruining trallrer card ?*? mid guld thimble. The abgre reward will b# uaid on letviug it at I,I'M Hnwl way. Fuwn'rokers having Inatv-d upon me same will ba paid iht lo in and Internal. 8KOAER AND TOBACCO. CKHARS VERY CHEAP-AT THE sgtiAlt AGENCY, 17 O Brosnway. Bar Mia, Dome stlc and tier, n an Sultlera, pcdlcts mid dealars would do well to rail ai 17 Bread* ay, tip stair*. S KHARS.?CHEAP SEOAR8 FOR RACE.?110 >>00 SE gara, Connecticut to'Mtem, BOO In one box $5 16 per tbonaand by 11. OtiEKLE, 561 lis'liana SSrsst, 95 II ~T >IN? ARTE. A VALUABLE TRACT OF liAND IN VTRUINIA (COY J\ al part), to bo cvohan. ?'! fui a grnerw is-im-UccM of Oil I aiiuingv of good qua tj Applf imptsdlalsly si 9J6 ?roadway, rutin. i?. BALKS OfP KCAti KSTATK. t 44AKK Of .'OK TUNl If FOB CAPITALISTS OB KBB A sons M?iri011 o iuirv ilr ?.dance* The ?ui'M.'iiuvr ol?rr? for twin bib Count rv Hes.deuoe, re ceuuy surveyed mm Uln oik -o lhat it can b- divided >n o throe distinct pi roe If. tacb having* uater iron end moat splendid U'lfldlne tie*. The pro; nrty cone.^uo' 3WMCr<,? " " " ' ~ " ' a law - - - - ?- - lino, nit tail old mansion in * lawu 01 louraco euro* of l?ny snath trees, native and impo'led. innumerable and t?' rMi variety: a parJi r ta? e ulljr do?i no 1 un i ote ?c<i with fruit* ami dowers; niilbui.uiug*, including larui house, yarhiui*n'a cottage, "?ronlinu un a line hariiur," .tad ?M* in? a I y. Tin' .filiation hue nuei|' alio t advantage* lor oil"er a priv-atn maiden e er lur sin ou ution, having a hold shoe* on the Bound a iniivln # .t.mt, two aide* holtod i>y < reek and luiai. our aide hr the ma n read itao land* tracing me rivers gently slo|ie either way. to that every building alto command* DB*v.*w<?of ti, Bonn I and surrownditig oo .utry. Two third* of ihe aiioa iu.u h.tve water ft onts. The pluoe i? per fectly h altny, wai r rturliout. aim air invigorating. Dis lanoe fro it the uit\ 18 tiins* by New Haven H illroad; busi ness inou oao r> a? h the cay from thia p.uc in lea* into timn from Hu.ieni by th< avenue car*. IV ran us daa rou* of avoiding city tales, ti,e dangers and detentiou* in crossing the rivers, will do w e I to give ilu* advertisement their early atirnt'on. No estate of ?qua! size within no? humJrod miles Of New York eoinb ties the diversified advantages and rega! elegance of ibis old matdrnce in evorv particular and all its apnoiiitn tut*. The present distance tn railroad sUtiant two tulles. Wuon ' Cliatsworlh' 1* made a Ma: ion, now in con tent i latlon (depot already built), the dlsianoe will be only half a mile. Apply on the premises, ?<> K. K. COLLINS, or io htm al the office of Woodruff A Co., 40 Broad street, Tuesday*. Thursdays and Saturdays, between It and 2 o clock, where a map can be seen. A BEAUTIFUL, FINELY 8 TUATED HOUSE, LOT and (Jarden, lu hue order, lu G tlwsy village, Saratoga county, N. Y. (fruit und shade tre si, for sale very elo'sp. Also a vert large House and Lot, suitable for a hotel, board lug house or boarding a, hool, with over flfly rooms, iu the same village. Fur particulars inquire of J. W. BELL, 20 Fourth aveutte. AQOdD BARGAIN.?FOB SALE?HOUSE AND LOT; also Furniture, No. 97 Bast Thirty-fourth street, be tween t'ark and Lexington avenue*. Can be seen any time during the day or eveulng. $6,0u0 can remain on bond and niartgage. A FARM-IN GOOD CONDITION, NEAR NEW YORK, . .. . pleat ...? -j rare, 6 cents. No brokerage allowed. Apply to D. O. OAK BISON, Vanderbilt Landing, Stitten Island. worth $6 000 lo $8,000, for two Cottages, itiiencumbcrril; yli-asautiy located; forty mluutes lo Wall street by J>o*t. A LARUE SALE OF FARMS, CITY AND COUNTRY reshh-ncc* for sale cheap or cash; also quite a num ber to tic auge; money to ht ttud a great number of busi ness t dinners. F. D. RICHARDSON A CO., 82 and 84 Nassau street. A BARGAIN.?$2,?00 FOR A FARM ON LONG ISLAND o lflOuorca, lilO improved; a variety of fruits, well watered, good house, bars, and near a village and railroad depot. AlaoSllO Farms lot sale orexcliange; price S1J500 to A. SERGEANT. Is Wall street. A T 819 FOURTH AVENUE ?Mi KIBHIN AND DAY _/Y offc lor sale Dwellings in West Forty-fourth street, ?t, MX>; East Twenty-eighth, Tiilrty-seeood, und Forty-Brst streets, $.*.&*? East Fourteenth s teel und Fifth avenue, ?8,0 0; E.tai Thirty-fourth nml West Thirty-eighth atreata $t/V0, West Tweuiy-iourtb atrcet and Second aventi $9,000. BROOKLYN PROPERTY FOR SAI.E AT A BARGAIN ? Tne splendid three atopy brick House, with piazza In front Htuaii No. Sod Gold street, betweun wlUouguhy street and Fulton avenue, ls offcreil for qalo atabargaln. Frio $4,000. I.ol 28 leet by 100. llouae haa modern Improve munts, and hit* been thoroughly painted and put In complete order. Ntdgui orhootl unexceptionable and post, s-ion giv< n immediately. The adjoining Lot t un be purchased for $l .puo. Parties so king investment will do well to examine these promises heiore purchasing e sewhere. No broh.-rs need tipijh. Can be seen between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock (10RNER COTTAGE FOR SALE-THE TWO STORY J Irume House ttud Lot, corner of Smith anil Aiuslte street*, Williamsburg. Tito Grand street line of cars pass within two b ockt; price $2,000. Apply to E. K. KELLOGG, 139 Pearl si reel, N. Y. B1ARM FOR SALE?VERY CHEAP; IN A PLEASANT, improving section; in good buildings, fence, order and cultivation; near schools, cnurches and a village; the very boat chance to get a cheap good farm. SOUTH WICK A WOOD, 82 Nassau street. IriARM W ANTED?SITUATED ON THE NORTH RIVER or Long Island Sound; within a re?sonahle distance of the city, containing llfteen or twenty ocros, with lino House, Barn, Ac. Addrtas L., Her il t office. F ARM WANTED.?AN IMPROVED FARM OF FROM CO to 200 acre*, situated In Wm'chegtor county; one hav ing a front either on tkft Hudson rhcr or Sound preferred; no attention will be paid to thone 111 other localities. Address, Sivlni: full particulars an to price, size and location, 11., boa ,0b0 New York I'osl office. For sale-a first class four story brown atone front House, 2S\0t) feet, built In the most elegant and substantial style, sltuiite 2VThirty eighth street, between Fourth and Madison avenues. Iuqulro on the premises , IflOR HALE-LOW FOR CA8H-BS.OOO-OR WILL Ex change for part cask and merchandise, the three story, basement, brick House 136 East Twentieth street; lias the modern Improvements aud in good order. Apply as above. For sale-a first class four story brown stone front House, 29ttC0, lot 29x90, with all modern lm frovements; handsome gas fixtures throughout: situated on orty-seeond street, between Broadway and Sixth avenue. Immediate possession. Frier rerr tow, and little' money wan:eft. CHARLES E. MILLS, 34 Cedar street. For sale-a liquor store, in soutu street. opposite one of tac principal ferries; long lease and low rent. Will be sold cheep to a cash customer; no agents need apply. Address box 161 Herald office. IilOR SALE CHEAP.?NO. 7J RYKRsON .STREET. 1 Brooklyn; Do k Property andvard attuuhed In Green polnt; No. lit t'hcrrv street, New York, and very valuable property in Kiftv fifth street, near Seventh avenue. Inquire of GEO. M. RE A, 39 William street, N. Y., or at his resi dence, 73 Ryorson'street, Brooklyn. IfOR SALE LOW-TWO FOUR STORY, ATTIC, BASE ' meat snd sub-cellar Houses, on Ninth Kirrnt, neer Fifth avenue. Lots 29 by onc-hulf the block. WIU exchange l'or a lsrje Farm either in this Stale or Illinois. Address Ex change, Metropolitan Ilotcl, for three days. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE?A THREE 8TORY BRICK basement House, on Rodney street, near Lee avenue, Brooklyn (B. D.); would be sol I cheap for iwsh. or exchang ed lor a small place In the country; in the nctghborbnodfibf Yonkers preferred. Apply to Wi M. WHITMOKE, at Bank Of the S.ate oi New York. IP OR SALE OR TO RENT-A THREE STORY BRICK ' House, in Henry street, Brooklyn, near State. 23 fill; modern conveniences: furnished or unfurnished. Inquire of J. M. LEWIS, 67 Wall atreeb_N.lL IN PARTITION.-YALUABLE FARM FOR SALE, BY devrco of Court.?The premises lately occupied by Rich ard SUIIwell, now deceased, situated lu New Hackenssek, town of Fisbkill, DuU-hess county, N. Y'., and rouxisilnc oi a farm ol 93 acres, in the highest state of cultivation, abttu dantly watered, ad.iptrd io Both i.rass and ?ruln. well stock ed unit frill , su;plied with new, ample suit commodio .? buildings, aud suitable c ither lor fsrining purposes or as a fancy residence. Will be sold by the undersign d, at the Court House, in the city of Pougnkecpsle, ou Saturday. the 4th day ol'Otobrr next, at II A.M. Title perfect, feints easy. Sale po*ilire. LE GRAND DODGE. Referee. For pariioulars Inquire of Messrs. WILDER A VAN CLEEr, Attoiueys, No. 1 Unlou street, Poughkcspaie. Lands-to all wanting farms - large and tin i.nig settlement ol Vinclsnd, mild <:lim..te, thirty miles .south of I'hl.ade'pkia, by railroad; rich soil; line eropa. to be seen giowing; twenty sore tracts, at fruin (16 to (2(1 per acre ; payable within four years. Good business openings: good soviet)". Hundreds are settling and making luiprovi un nla. Apply to CHArt. K. LAN Dirt, Postmaster, Vlnelaod, Cumberland county, New Jeisey. L-tiers answered. Papers con sluing full itifor maiio'u will be sent free. I GTS TO EXCHANGE?FOR A GOOD, MODERATE J sued House, in a good location, in Naw York or Brook lyn; lite unincumbered up town Lots, 30x100 ench; street sewered and paved with Brltrisn pavement. Address, with lull pariioulars, Exchange ; ov 4,928 N. Y Post uffi . TO BUILD ERA?FOR SALE. TWO FOUR NTQRY brick Houses, nearly oonipl ted, In West Forty n at ?trcet tlota 26x1611), with a responsible party. The whole purchase money may remain on inortg igc. Apply to J. B RW BMi, 67 Wall street. TO EXCHANGE?A FOUR STORY BROWN SToNE House in Forty-seventh si reel, near rtixth avenue, ,or a three story one below Thirty-fourth Street, betvve u Fourth and Seventh atenuea. Apply to .lOilN O HIGGINS, Real Estate Broker, 6St5 Sixth avcuue. WANTED?TO PUBOHASB, A HOUSE. FURNISHED or unfurnished, situated on the Fifth avenue. Comer house preferred. Address rt. O. A., Herald olll r. WANTED?A FARM OF ABOt T 2h ACRES, WITH TT comfortable but not #*penatve hoiiao. In h healtiy neighborhood. neiir tlic water, within 2A nillea t>f the city ami convenient to railroad Addr***, ?uh lull punietilarr F*i m, box tiCTi Post oflioc. VI'ANTKD?A FIRST CLASS DWELLING, IT ToWn. Tt mortiavr not over tT.tkO, In I, mur 'or ?b nimble r uteil p>0|r-rt> ill Brooklyn. ill id SI is41 III ia?u. Add feat, with fnil particular* only, for a few data. Howe*tad, boa 1<U II laid oflice, \r vntt:d-to buy for cahii, a house and two tt or three Hill Lol?, above Sixty-fifth xtreet. A?Mr> ?*, with I'till deicriptlon ?nl location, bo* 4,73b roelott.ee. dhO nnn -">* ?vle-a small three storv <&a?aVUvr. brick I1o.it>* nndLit, on Van Brunt ?trt t, Brooklyn. fourth hon?? north ot wlll'am alract; ha* alore on lirxl llo'or; water an 1 aaa; onn lam I IT to a floor: renin for 12 P'-r c?ni Apidjt to E. It. KELLOOU, UV Prarl atrcrl. >\ Y. uit) iUWl TO $S,UOO WILL BE I'AlD KoR A FARM OF OO.tlUU twenty or moio acre#,with la rue ami mmf or ta ble Hoii?e, within ten or fllieen minute*'wa'k of 4o|>nt one ho ii '* ride by tAilrna<l ffjiu New Y'ork. Addieea. with lull il aevipilon of locatlou, rmtgh draught of farm, ?rlrh p ~ of boiiao and other particular*, N L. O.. llernbl oflor SO OAA -FOR SALE?A THREE STORY BRICK O.OUI/. Houac an I Lot; on Van Brum roreei near Kw??n Brooklyn; ba* wore ou firat floor J water and una. teu roouia oe.aidea Morr; ia w.tbin #i >? iu>n Be* walk .if the lliiiiilltnii ferry; tcrma raev. Applv to E K KK1.L' >0<? Ij9 Fiarl atrcet. N. Y. ?*1 F01* ?* '5 ACRE GRAIN AND FRITT ?ytT.tJUli Farm~G?od hulldliiga, wood, water, and healthy; ImituMntf furniture, itoca, tOola nu.l nop*; 30 it.iiira ?u l.on* f*land, iienrdr|Ot. Call on the < win-r. at 150 Itinml way, In the hat "tore. J. FLAGLKIt itXCtRllOMI. }.VXi I HNIO* TO THE STEAMER GKEAi EASTERN.? 'J Tbt* ato.iiner haw m ehanged her .ration to Fori MehUJinr. for the niirpote Of being repaned, the new rieain boat iiSSEO, Captain William H. Reynold*, will leave Kniioa Market ?|ip every day (Sunday ? *< eided i. at eiev. n oV lock A. M., to nail round the ateumer, and reiutn. Thin wdll giro the public a eham-s of "relay thia *KBn?*i and the manner of Iim being repaired. Fara for tbn trip 22 eenia. BILLUUDb. pHBCAN R PATENT IMPROVED BILLS AltD TAHLKH A and coinblnatlon Cnahlomi, the beat and only reliable table* manufactured. lor nale at reduced prlcea For aale OMlT by FUEL AM A CULLENDER, M to 99 CroabT nreel. New York. EVRR lTl'HE. A BEDROOM SUIT OF ENAMELLED FURNITURE In all colon, of warranted, manufacture; alao aollrt OMMtmit Clamber Bulla, plain and urnameutal, at H. F YAKRINuTON'S, MB Canal alrerl, oopnilte Wooatdr. Ea labllalied In 1H4S. COAL ?II 1114 ,,FR ToW OF ?IX? POUNDS, DELIVERED. ip\ fivlU lei ike be*t He I and H hlte A * h Coal for f mill; uxe, fro#from alatc ?nd rtnat, A. THFUnVKLL, arm, W) WkTfrlty p'ice, ttid Tblr I hrcaue and M! Ho ? *rg. won flLi. A STOCK OK DRV GOOD* FOR KALE.?AMOUNT J\ about flPJUO; will b? sold for cash or spprovaA paper. Ai'| l.i ?t 3 ???> Canal street. A FOUNDRY AND M iCIIINR SHOP FOR 8ALE-A leiy great sari ace?to rlos - a trust; engtne, machinery, patte us, to Us. i.e., full an conipl -te, o moat modem Im proved tty.es; now in opratlon. TeiBf fair liberal. A great t banco. M> ITT 11 v\ 1 K a WOOD, b'i Naaeau street. Botanic medicine store for sale-well e? abliabed, doing a i.ilr b? tin. js, also a large root i? or trade: ai".j Iiui?iu?b8 In.itlon T .is t* an exrelleut < l ance lor a I'li/sician. Call at l.oi Third areuue for lliree days Dutch bulbs.-just received, cer htramer. a few rears of choice Flower Hoots, rout -ding of Hya ciaths, Tulips, *c . A , from tire sale bra led tiorUl*. I*. Van Waveren, Jr. A Oo. and II. da Lange, Jr., Ilaarle , Holland. For tale by ibe.r agent-, C. C. ABEL 16 Bearer siren Drug store for bale-in one of the best arraiirg lu Brooklyn. Will be sold very ol.aup Apply to F. HALE, 61 Ann street, New York Drug stores por sale?located on the lead itig amuies and both doing a tine buslui as. Wtil toll them at a bargain. Also for sale, seven very Uue Bakeries and Grocery Stores, at verv low prices. W. II. MITCHELL, 77Cedar stroet. DptUG STORE PIXTUREH KOR SALE?COM BRIBING Counters, Show Cases, B-dile-, Drawers Shelving. Qaa Fixtures, Ac., Ac.; all firs! class; will be sold cheap for iltb. For particulars apply at 696 Eighth avenue. Factory for sale?a large brick building and ground; with engine of oo horse power; situate i on Imlsy street. J0?? feet from Atlantic dock, Br>oklyn; iiiulu luil ding, 100x11)0 feet on brat floor; building adjoining 60 leet; gionnd llOxl.W feet; building lighted fro n all aides. Apply to K. R. KELLOGG, 1119 Pearl street, N. Y. For sale.?schooner p. jackson for sale cheap; carries III) tons, draws light draught of water, now lying at Atlantic dock, Brooklyn. Apply la A. I*. MUCKH1DGE, lighter o&lce, IIS Broad street, up stairs. For sale-the mhrcantii?e coffef. room*, established 2>? yours and is now deing a good busiu as; toaiasb oustomcr this is a good opportunity. Inquire on the premises, 106 Beekuiau street. FOR SALE-A PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, cen trally located, ban u.umely furnished; cheap rent (iu bands of a receiver); can be sold for less tl an halt its c 'St. F. J). KICII.vRDSON A CO., 62 and 64 Nassau stroet. For sale?a first class grocery, establish. ed for a nund er of years; In one of the best loca.ltin* in the city, doing a good and sale business, having regit,or and good customers. Will he sold ou easy terms, yo.ui and sn lisfai lory .rusons tor seiliug out will be given. Address 11. W., box I'nst oillce. F or sale-a first class bakery, located on tbo best ivetine in the city; everything complete. Ap ply to J. A. LINCOLN, No. 0 Sheritl' street, between 12 and P. M. I,1 OR SALE?TI1E MOST ATTRACTIVE BUTTER STORE I on the Eighth avenue; marble counter-, ice box, tlx tur> s, A< .; for sule cl'' .ip, owner being occupied u other business. Rooms fore family. Kent for all, f.Ldper inomli. Apply in 64b Eighth avenue, between Forty.11 fill ami Foity. -1 x111 street*. * CO It SALE?A 8EUAR STORE, ON BROADWAY, LO J cab d between Twel.th aud Thir tenth sttye three years lease; very low rent; with or without slot Reason lor selling, the proprietor has two stores and eon not ntteud to hotb. Apply ai ob.1 Broadway, or -tO'i Broome street. T/tOII SALE?A VERY DESIR/VBLE MARKET, LARGE C stoic and baaeinunt, long lose, low rent; best place In tii" city for a large pork busliwa* or geueral piovlsiou store, Aid Wushingioti street. IfOR BALE?A GOOD FAMILY LIQUOR STORE, splendidly Otted up and doing a good business; will lie sold ai a bargain to liny person wanting such; this is il i halite seldom odcrcd. Also a good R> alaurant, with evrrv tliing oomplctc. For fun her particular* apply to JOHN MuDONOLOH, 73 Fourth avenne. New York. FOR SALE CHEAP?A GROCERY AND LIQUOR Store, doing a good business; rent low. hits a back room, basement and goon cedar. Inquire lu tho store southwest corner of York and Washington" streets, Brooklyn. Tii" present owner is u sea captain, and lludlng storekecping not lureenblc to his health, is obliged to go to rea again. Kindling wood factory for sale-doing a good business, and can be extended; sold on account el "ill. r business; or would take a partner it preferred. N"*. 0H9and fill West stroet. pBIZE i STEAMERS FUR SALE AT KEV WEST, October 28, 1882. HIdcwheel ?to?mor SWAN Formerly of Mobile, 800 Ions mlitei', had cargo of 1,000 bules upland cott<>n; double engines, high pressure; engines in good order, boiler." (wo years old. Ve-sel nearly ready for sea. Formerly employed as a tug in Mobile Ray. Side-wheel et amer RELIANCE. Nearly new, about 300 tons; high pressure engines, built in Cincinnati; good vessel. Had cargo of 350 bales Sea Island cottou. Vc ?gpi and machinery In good condition. Sidewheel steamer UNION, 250 tons?old boat. Carries 350 bales upland oottoo. Oallows flume single engine. Terms of sale?Ca-h on day of sale. JAMES C. CLAPP, United States Marshal Southern District of Florida. $200 TO CONFECTIONERS.?FOR SALE. A CONFECTION fry, with Stock. Fixtures, I.eaS", Tools, in one of the bc-t thoroughfares in the city. Established eighteen years. Inquire at 213 Bleeeker st., opposite Leroy. YOUNG AMERICA SKATE PATENT FOR 8ALE?ON easy terms, for cash or tnuie; best shoe skate In the market; praferrctt by all the best skaters. Apply to A. BASSFORD, Jr., Patentee, billiard room, third floor, ltd Fulton street. WILL BUY THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OK a Ten and Co Tea 8:ore. in one of tue la-si busi ncss stieets In;the city. Apply at F. D. RICHARDSON A CO.'fl. 82 siuHM Nassau street. tt | mm ?FOR SALE, A MANUFACTURING BU. ?]P "I .UUU, silicas, simple, safe, sure and rclmblc, readily .a piliedand easily managed; neec s*ry capital about (HO. Prollts at least 2 i.tk 0 yearly. Expenses Ugh' and lo cation excellent. Trade good and rapidly growing. Sold only on account of the necessary absence ot the owner from the city. Only those wl-lilng to invest will please address L. K. D., Herald oflb-e. ASTROLOGY. A BONA FIDE AaTROLOOIST, THAT EVERY ONE cau depenu on, Is Mine. WILyO.N, who tolls the object ol your vl-.it as soon as yon cuter. She tells the pest, pre sent and Itilurenf your lite, and warns you oi dangers, and brings sin cess out of the most perilous undertakings. N. B.?Celebrated magic charms. No. 189 Alien street, be tween Houston aml&antou, over the stoic. Ladles and gentlemen. 00 cents each. ASTONISHING.?MADAMB MORROW, SEVENTH daughter. has foresight to (ell how soon and bow often you marry, and all you w ish to know, even your thoughts, or no jay; lucky charms free; her equal is not to be tound; her magic image is now in l nil opt latum. No. 1 at Ludlow street, below Houston 25 cents; gentlemen not admitted. CIORA A. SEAMAN. rNDEPENDENT CLAIRVOYANT ) has removed from DivUtonati etto 101 West twentieth street, between Seventh and ELIith a ennes, wlierc ah, can be coiiHilied upon all subj>>< is. botli medical and business, day and evening, lol WestTvv ntictli sin et. Madame mart, having returned from Eu rope, announces to the Indies of New York that she can be consulted at No. 21 Essex street, upon tbi pas' and future; special inluriuailon as to fortune, marriage, and clisrms given. Ordinal/ fee 20 cents. Madame ray is tub best clair\oyant and Asirsdogist in this city. She tells your Very thoughts, gives lucky numbers, causes speedy marriages. No. 2>i0 Seventh avenue, near Twenty seventh street. Lauds 25c., gtinlletu' u due. MJtH. ADDIK BANKER, THE CELEBRATED CLAIR voyaut, gin s o it ultalioos on business and invaluable Advice on all matters of liie, in- I Hi and happiness. 92 West Twanty-lirtb vtr <it, near Sixth avenue. Cuvloou Wistin e ilny evenings, 25 cents. NB.?WHO HAS NOT HEARD OF TUB CELEBRATED ? Madam BREWSTER, who has rsraoved lo till ihlrty e labia street,corner ut bulb avenue, our the basiy.nud wno cau Ni consulted witu on tire sau?fai tlouf Site bus no equal. Mho lei's the nanic of futorc wife or husband; also lbs t of her visitor. If you wish truth give her a call. w rpUK ORKATB8T WONDER IN THE WORM) 1? THE X accuuipiltaed Madame HYKUN, from rani, rebo can b" consulted with im Orciest cNldrieg on all el lalra eflltr; resloio* druuaen and uufailbfu! huabnnde; hit a moral <o mat*' you beloved by your n-arl'a idol, nail to inga together thuoc lonRMpwatcd. Lattice 2& rente. R. tidrace bo Third avenue. above Twelfth etreet. HO WOULD MOT GO TO MAKE THEIR FORT1MB Go ye, une and all, lo mo Mtas WKI-LINOTOM, ihe MM English pi op n t? tt, universally actnuwledgod tlx- boat 01 all nanolog!..!--., who g tiers 0 lent to tenure to llioai' nlioiuoauM h"r. health, woa'th und hniuuncm, tod warranta to impart to ibom Information ot ihe mim.l imporiaui.c, ralturt' tola - sure journeys, ab-cnt Invade, love, court thla, marriage, bidden 'rcaeunn,??nenuoa and treuhl"w?In fact, of tli itftuii* 111 llio Bravo aoldlor?, loom your do'<m of fiory, lift t.r doalli. If you ewk your owtt proaju rlty and rri'lly you '1 nut delay to vlali oraddre". nt irtitr ihlt highly girted and lioaiiilful young lady, at 101 rttyth avenue, opposite Eighth ttrett. Mian W. Is the only porton iu Ihlt rlly who > at tlir gcmme Roman and Arabian taliainAna fur lov., good link, and huolaoaa eflalit? warranted foi life, Lucky anaibera given, at alao highly re?pe?lah!? city refe reiicte. Oiuukeiiur?> cured and titifallful erivca and hut band reclaimed. ?wjcbowert.-madame widokjl CLAIRVOYANT lUll and glficd Spanish lad?, tineelfcl ihe mysteries of futurity, love. marriage. absent friciida, siekuraa, prescrthes medicine* for all diseases, tella lucky nuatbota, properly lost or stolen, Ac HKUHAL. DM. COuI'EH. ]? Dl'ANB STREET. MEMBER Of TIIB C'ollegr uf Phyak lant and Surgeonthf M-w York, may be i ontultod dally at bia office, from 8la tht mm a os n'fl ?J In ibe evening Er count;i r, member ok the mi :m ' r"r?lty (Medleal College). an I IV . n< l ion, can becoaailted wHn in# meet hnaoi > to en aeeeial desr.iaet, at hia oOke, id Cent*' ? ?n Chamber* and Readn aifeeta. having a prt?a?c ? ..urn a* Mo il.cilv ll.v.I place. M. B.?Mo charge uolegs potently cuinl. Sundays. from II A M. in 12laf# ;jqr.Lj Dr. ward, uLAiwir mtbkbt, hear canal. rifl tvaftlnalar attention In all ?-.iiiiv'lalata of both eeioa. A prteaic entrant,-?. Office open iroin BAM. till f 1'. M. DR. rtiM'RR* TR8ATM ALL THE 1NBLHMITIBBKf el.her set with unparttl.eled aucoeae. lie can he son tolled at 12 Lttlght street.darlaf all konra. day and evening OIL RAM'!!. ?OF KICK I At HLKRCKRR STRBET, wea- of Rrin-duty. Hieir*. II In 2 and 6 till 9. M??. DRRl'\lU> WILL VfTRNO TO fBB TRBAT mem ot ail Invalid! Keaidencn 1U1 Blalk avtutto. op potlte Eighth at reel Medical-wanted, by a cumi-etem nut hoist and apothecary, an appointtitcat In a civil hospital, ?r any tlmliar (wtal'helimrnt wlu re ncatnena and noma. y anil a thorough know ledge of mcdletuo It "mteutlal Cortlhoolca aa to mural conduct and lltnest for the duif trill bo lottail f".rail < last. Addn-s* J. J. H., at Dr. Chaureau't, II j Lamm* street. PROFESSOR RESTBLL, 162 CHAMliERS siltKET. can tin contnlted a* 'V?uat. Agenta, II7H Lthertf atreot, M V. In Brooklyn, 175 e nit on utr tat. rrilK MEN TO COXBUtT?I>R-h WARtl AND rOTYF.RS I 13 l.ai 'ht elr-.it, n at' Canal Bfl mat tatu.-aivt fn' tl iiTwwrt ot 'yynu'enfe, Cm.hi *?? iv.'.s.i. AnvnmmmnT*. N II LO* GARDEN l?i?in and Mana/cr Wm. Wheatley. THIRD NIGHT OK Mil HAi KBIT. U la Brat ar ?biUM. ikb mittoa, m Till * .Jit. K.fLSTtKK. ia Bhtkapere'e glorious totm-dy The M<rry TTIvm of ?Ttnieor. TUESDAY RVENI.TG Sep'. 23. t?3, TUB MERRY WI ES OK WINDSOR, FAI.STAFF OUTwl'lfED BV WDMEN MR HAUKKTT a* SIR Ji ll . KALBTAFP Francis Kord Mr. L. H. Mil. Kord M> liU-l-ii.il> Mr* I'.itfi- M.i 'aim Pnulal Dam* Uuleuy. MR# Mmgt Welles Muse al Director, ?> KARYKT U D H'WoK I'll. N. B. ? I'erforniam-es will rroHneuue at a quarter pail eight o'clock. Oners open hi * quarter pant seven WEDNESDAY EVENING. 8KIT. 24, IM&, SI A ril NIGHT OP P.IVWIN POURKsT. who will for the drat' tin* thin *ea on appear In SHERIDAN ILNofFLKS i. KE.iT TRAGEDY. VIKGlMUs. Mights of performance ol" Ei-. WIN' FORREST, _ MONDAY, RTEDNE.HD vY. THURSDAY and FRIDAY. ? MB. ilAi KOTT'S nights. TUESDAT ..ud SATURDAY. With tlieexocpiii.ii ol tltc Proas, NO KKKK LIST. Adiiilaainn SO oenU; Scoured Parquet Stalls, 78 centa; Family Cirule, MS centa. WINTER GARDEN. Mr. JACICSON begs to announce that the great tragic artlate, MIhh bateman. who ie eompelled by previous existing arrungemsnts to close her briUiantly auoci a?ftil encasement, will unpear T1IIS EVENING, being THE LAST B'JT THREE of her appearance, and THIS EVENING ONLY a* GEltALDINE, In Mra. Bcteman's moat successful nlay of Ilia* title, being the only opportunity possible of seeing her In this great role. An "el mo Mr. J. W. Wallnrk, Jr. Hubert Mr. Etlwin Admits The Bard Mr. II. L. Bateman And a powerful coinpanv. SPECIAL.?Mr. JAl.'KHON boa the honor to announce that on MONDAY EVENING, Sept. 29, EDWIN BOOTH will appear, for lite Gist time since bin teturu from Europe, In the character of IIAMLET. Box book now open. LAI RA KERNE'S theatre SEi UNO NIOHT OF THE SEASON, Tuesday Evening, Sept. 23. The great Comedy of OLD IIK.AD8 AND YOUNG HEARTS wit! be repeated thia evening with ill UNAPPROACHABLE CAST. 'ease Rural Mr. W. P. Blake Littleton Co .e Mr. C. Waleot, .lr Tom Coke Mr. C. Whcatleigh Eat I o! Pompion ...Mr. Marlowe Lord Charles Roebuck. Mr. II. K. Duly ? ol. Rouket Mr. J. H. SUiildart Rob Mr. Stuart Itobaon Lady Alice Hawthorne La rn keone Ciiuuteaaof Pompion Mra. A Hind Mikh Rocket Mis* Ada Clifton JUe Orchestra, under the direction of THOMAS BAKER, will perform the following New Music ? Mr .ley O erture, ou popular airs?"Pretty Maid Milking her Cow" . Solo Obot); ' Happy be T.iy Dreams" (Solo Cor nel'; ' Crnlskeeu Lawn"(S lo Trot, bone); Vive la America (EuHentble)?Baker. Grand Operatic Selection (mm Rosalnt a celebrated Opera (William TnlU. Including the Grand Duet "All Mntllde" (Solos for Comet and Trombone)?Baker. Laura Krone's M< o niku'- Uak- r. Potciaburgber Galop lUrat lime), with noveleffects?Luiuley. On Wedueaday Evening ihc Comedy of ila v Evening the t. oiue-lv or SHE STOOPS To CONQUER. Friday Evening, ROAD TO RlftN. MRS. SEDLEY BROWN AND MISS IONE BURKE. FOX'S OLD BOWERY THEATRE. Le-aoe, Director nn I Manager Fox Acting MaitHger..U. C. Untvurd I Treasurer W. Trvon SIX NIGHTS MORE MR O. L. FOX. BURLESQUE. COMEDY AND PANTOMIME. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, Sent. 22 and 23, THE VULTURE OK THE CARIBBEAN SEA. Peregrino Pickiea G L. Kox Chance Harry Lnngdou Triiclit Harry Chapman Hat Boop .C. h. Fox llorleuaia Stubba Miaa Fanny Herring Jontty Squalls Mra. .1. C. Nnxle Dancing, by Mm Louisa Brown ' ichU ' ' After tvlnco the burlesque of THE CO-LEAN BORN. The aticeeas ef the Iterolue is ldcntiiiel vviih Mr. G. L. Fox. It was hia blend lug Imitation* of Mine Agues Robcrt aott and Mia. John Worn, gliding gracefully through each a with uli scene, that made itaeiteeesa with him last spring ou Broad way recall the memory of Mitchell an.l Burton. MOTHER BAILEY. Mother Bailey. MiseR. Dentil incidental, "Our Netlou'e Song." sung by M. U. Pike, wr.tten and couiiKts. d by G. C. Howard. Published by Firrh A Pond, Broadway. Open at a quarter to 7; eoinmence at a quarter to 3. THE MILITARY. HEADQUARTERS SEVENTY FIRST RBOIMENT S. V. S. M.?Qeinuaulc* A, 1), K, Kanil H of this regi ment will pat.idem Tuesday, tho ?l inst., Hilly armud and equipped, with white belt* and gloves, to render I uncml honors to tho remains of the hit" Lb-at. mm) Colonel Purtsen. of tl?i- Fifty seventh New York Volunteer*, uud formerly Major of this regiment. Th ? tin" will he formed In Bond street, right renting on Broadway, at 12 oVIock M. The companies will assemble at their sercral armories at 11 A. M. Those who have not the white belts will appear without thein. By order of Culouel IIENRY P. MARTIN. POLITICAL.. CTH WARD MONITOR CI.I'B ?AT A LA HOE MEET* tJ ing of the young men of the Fifth ward, held on Bator* dnr evening, September 'JI, at No. 168 West Btcadway, Mr. Auaras was called to the chair, and Mr. L. C. Crimes acted an tee-rotst'jr, whereupon U was rnored and seconded that the club to Ins known as the Fltlb War! Monitor Club bo hereby declared duly organized, and that they now proceed to elect iieriuaneut ottcera for the ensuing year. Carried. The following gentlemen were unanimously elected:? Fresident?.IAS. H. MONROE. ?loo 1'resident?ROBERT ORABBB. Secretary?UKORiIE ADAMS. CorrespondingSecretary? I*. C. URIMER. Treasurer?JOHN GIKRKBN. Sergeant-at-Arms?.IAS. C. BKAINARD The chili then adjourned until .Hatuntay ersnlag, 8cp*. 27, at 8 o'clock precisely. Metr.liers will please lie pnuotnal, as hunint as of the create i Importance will be brought forward. JAB. II. MONROE, I'resident. Ukoki.e Adams, Secretary. rrn ward.?at a meeting of the fifth ward o Democratic Association, held at III Lispcnai u street on Monday evening, Sept. 22, 18 >2. it was, upon motion of Ben j.-initn Collard, resolved that the n**oc!nttai orgautzc them selves into a Seymour Club, for the purport? of aiding in the election of the Democratic Hlata ticket, whereupon the Hon. 0. B. Woodruff offered Ihe following rcsolu Ions, which were nnanlmonaly adopted:? He -Ived, That no hull with delight the nomination of the lion. Horatio Seymour for Governor, knowing that Ills part .K a U.ive boon such aa to entitle bun to the highest rank among the statesmen of our country, ami that they are .i vitro guarantee th.it hla fttluro course n? Governor (in which position, tho patriotism and conservatism of our eltl s will most snrrtv place him), will ent ile hlin lo a high rauk among our nobh st patriot - * * .11 til Res >lved, That in all tnc balanee of the demo rails Mvket we recognise true un<i loyal men, and that wo will give them our hearty and cordial support. Resolved, That the platform and principle* laid down by the State Cotiyeuiloii meet with our honest approval, and that upon It w e will suhdue and conquer the heresies of aho litionlsin and aotin pstM the banner of democracy on a sure and (km foundai or. JOHN It. WHITMORE, I'resldeut. N, P Woonm.it, S-er taiy. 8TII WARD SEYMOUR DEMOCRVTIf UNION ABM) elation.?A tnoettna of this association win be it Mat Rdward Wnmer'a Elgbin Ward House.tW Vaudntn aire-1. on T ie-elay evrumg, beptcmb cr 23, at H o'cl .. k precisely. All infuT'rof tnei aionnslttana und the ? m-nuilm as It Is arc requested to attend and enrol their names *s uieiubets ot thl.. association, uud aivo to make arrangements fur a mass meeting to sustain our candidal* for Governor, the lion. Horatio Seymour. By order of JAMES PUftCKLL, President llisir Wittiv, a Isaac B'imnsoa :? Secretai ies. KmMrr w. Fan*, ? LOAM OKKICKS. t T n VLKEi'KKH STREET?PAWNBROKERS' TICK 1\ el* wanted A'Ivan ? run le ? u D'umofc!#, \Tilcli*s ?lewdly, Ac. lligh' M price ?? I lor Pawiibroaer*' Ticket* of Oiammda, Watcher, .1 .1dry, rtlvcr Wan', Klrrarma, Ac., ?i 77 Hkeekcr itrw t, i.p atnlra. AT 312 BROADWAY, HORNER OP PULTON STREET, the higheal price I* id for Diamond*, Watche*, Plate, Jewelry, Oi'lical In?ltiiiieti'*. Ac. Libera1 advance* ina<le at lila iirirate room* J. II. BAHKINUKR. 713 Broadway, room IS. op iialre. At ass Broadway. corker ok bond street. room No. A?HENRY liYMAN |ro< irca advance* of r.tali oil Diamond* act or unaet, or ouy* the tame lor -aah; alaoori Wav br*. Silver Warp, Pian?*and Personal Property AT SEVEN PER CENT PER annum on diamonds, Watche#, Jewelry. Ac., to nuy amount, or lhe same bought f.'t ra-h. Old Mold and Silver bought hy I he well known ISAAC, N" 9t buiubei* a rret. N. U ? No U'i#in?a* nana,o led on Saturday. AT Ob NASSAU STREET.?A. IIONIOMAN. DIAMOND broker, rnakts liberal adraneaa on P'ainvuid*. Watcnes, .lewe'ry. A" . orhnya them at full value, at hi* private ofl'.rc, iw Naaaau ati'tal, room No, >; up stair*. Kuiinca vouli tan Hal. a T 111 tlRAND STREET THREE DOORS WENT OP A Broadway, atomy advamed on WateLe*, Diamond*, ?la? elry, I'lata, Dry U"v*la and Peraunal Property Of erery dew ription, or bought and antd, by JOSEPH A. JACKSON, Auctioneer nod Broker. A PAWN TICKETS _ A. ? BOUOHT POR IIIIIIIEST CASH PRICE. CASH ADVANCED ON JEWELRY. AC. No. ? City Building*. **?? Brondway. coinerm Howard at DMBBEBCTLY OPPOSITE Till sr Nl( IOLAH HOTEL Aid Hr vadway?JOSEPH SOLD*ON, Otnniala*ton Mar. chant, adiaiiviM money to any amount on Dlamooda. Welch'* *n,l Silver Plate, or lh, ?nine bought at it* full value. Bu?lp?va atnctiy oonndenual. Spaoiab, Preneb and Herman iqmken. _ Money to lend, in i arue or small sows, on Waldh#*, Jaw airy, Plate, Dry Hood* and I'eraoual Properly ai all dew rlpbuna may be redeemed at any lime within one year. II. BARNARD, 3k Third avenue. Private office entrance hall door. DAWN tickets rovoht for hioiiest cash X iira-e, of doth .ng. wmanaa, je.welry, diamond*. Platoi#,, Ae, H. NELSON, IW tlrand atrwet, MUMVB Broadway ami Mercer *Waet. PAWNBROKERS TICKETS PURCHASED?OK C10TH X lag diamond#, lawelrv. dry rood*, firearm*, fbnry goiaia, * ?., or anything oRe. A lot of trat claaa Clothing fur sale. AAaanll N. B.?A high rr-mltim paid for tlcketa of ovi ovala. UE'iK'iB LEVIS, 419 Broom* atreet. INSIIIANCK. T1IR WAR, THE WOUNDED AND TflR DEAD -TUB New Y,irk O'-nerH Ina iranc* Office, Ne. All Broadvay. Intnrea all officer* and *<ildlera Iii the ajatiy and navy again*! being kbled or wounded during the pre*< nt war. In a-nnsnf from flftl to |d). i or ih# b.uan premium of 5 per r#nl, or $A mbKM N li -t vtfa may I aura i abaMLoi t lather hi* M>n or any |*ir*on may tiiA'tre iiio?r in whom ihcy have an Internal, Th ?#* having frtenda oi wonnucd in the In a battle* will plant* lir e ' I their noltcie# tin luitre dla # ptymant Agent* \a ted IB every ley# *t?l# rtumiv an I lows, ao U'ai ? ?vry #?? . c. o'Aj p. .,?i , k?i ?? ??!?? fan-lie. w UUI tell Kai.ancea ia H> i ?dwav and Thn teeath atreet Dum ?(*"?? at bad pan' 7, hsgUia at a. TO-hfOMT, 1I'LADaV. se tkmmek a ?ulwer agrcat comedy. MONBY. IFitii new anil appropr \X- k> < nary (by laherwood) an I ? ?pli nd.d i ml. A'frrd E*rlvn Mi. Lester Rah*'* benjamin stout, K?i , M p Mr. John u.le-ia (lila a mull nppe rrdaae o re.; O ar a... Mr. (RtaHea Plahee Sur 'aim Yetey. Wart Mr Mark Smith Lord Olnaamare. Mr. K< yn>'i<ia Bir Frederick Hftup; Mr K.oyd ? l|.alii Dudleyhiuni-t.i .Mr Norma Sir. r^? . .VIr. Browne T .r Mr I'.ir ?!<>? Tabouret Jli Karkea Uia.. Mr. Turner CU a Dnaidaaa m lleey Lnly Franklin Ml?a Fanny Murul Ucui'g.niiii \ i a y ... Ml*" Midline f(*nrl<ine* HelecUnna of new in .sic i rider the direction of ^ ?? ? MK. STUB PEL. The NEW act IvROF.hr M Anthony Rergrr, witl be a? g. In l eil between Iho ecu. Wadnemlar?ROAD 10 imtn Thursday?HUE STOOPS TO CONOUKR. Friday?EVERY ONE HAH HIS FAL LTM. Su irilay?Til K RI . A[,H Monday? LOVE I HANlf Duo notice will be men of the neat reoreacnlalifttie of I.ONDl N ASHCRXNCR. THE WONDER and 1Mb HCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. NIXON'S CE1M0RNE HARDEN. rrthinY ev knino, septn The manager tagee great pie satire , in ami unclag a* engagement (at a gn at iipenne) with the great America* VooaTUt Miea MARIA BRAINEKD, who-w'll make her aec eel appearance ttita ere mug, As*! t "l by MK. SIMPSON. MR .1. R. THOMAS. SouortU CD WAS In a Hpaatah Dance. Reproduction of the Ores Mbly laughable Pan total ia? of THE SPIRIT OK THE FLOOD, in which '.he great London ConiO^^ will appear. After which PROMENADE music Ami RQIESTRIAN PERFORMANCES. MATI (HE eo ry Wedai aday and Saturday. Adiniaalon Kilty < And no reaerved aeata. XTEW IIOWERY THEATRE. Ah Sole Proprietor .....Mr. J. W. LinrarA MONDAY and TUESDAY UVENINU8. Sept. 22 antf 23 l%2. Last week of Mine ADAH ISA VPS MENKEN. Klrat night of the India . drama, replete with e()Uealifaa and drama' ic ellecta, eut't e.| EAOLE IiYE; OR, TilK STEED OK THE DELAWARES. Minis Adah Hirst time) as .Eagle By* Sua alneil by the whole strength of the company. Will) toe tar. e of MILLY. and the drama of the ASSASSINS OF ROSENWOLD. BARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM, TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS or TIIK GREAT SENSATJOX AL DRAMA. CLAUnE MARCEL; OB TIIK IDIOT OK TAKBES. which h?B been received with unbounded enthusiasm by crowded and Intelligent uo.iien **. It la RICH IN SCENERY, INt I DENT, and every accea or/ lo a popular and Interesting play. It " III lie produced EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING THIS WEEK. at 3 and 7)i o'clock. Don't fail to ace It. A few mouths since the Manager despatched an eipediUea to the troph ul sea* after their BRILLIANTLY COLORED FISH. Ita success w .u complete, r turning v. ith a large assort, ment of gorgeously heautltul hah, OUTVTEINO THE III EH OF THE RAINBOW, OUTVIEING TIIK lit ES OF THE RAINBOW. OUTVIEING THE IH ES OF THE RAINBOW, COUaiating tu pa t ot the following:? FIFTY BEAUTIFUL ANGEL FISH, whose aymuietry and oolora are exquisitely rich. 1 Peacock Fish, or Four Eyed Cherubs, the very gernaof Mm ocean. Never hefore aeen except in tropical seas. Squirrel Fiah, of perfect aymtuetry and brilliant colore. Surgeon, or Doctor rich, a very grave and dignified ptaca torlal gentleman, with the mark of a lance on Ills hotly. Cow Fiah. with head and harm like u cow, and change* ita brilliant colora like a cbnmellon. l'orenplne Fish, covered all over with spikes like a porcu pine's quills, and with head and even like a bulldog. Crimson Cavaretta, or,Irony llfne. Anemone*, Zoophytes, or 3eu K1 overs. Spanish Lady, so called troui its tieiuitlful colore and grace ful movements. Parrot Fi*h, with a bill like a parrot, and change* Its colon like a chameleon. Very beautiful. Orou|ier. Yellow Snapper, Warbler, Zebra Fish, and nu merous oilier varieties, all entirely new In this latitude, and very rich and elegant. They arc all to be seen In rich and transparent swimming about In all their native grace and beauty. Yet, wltii all this, and the millions ol other curios' if a from all part* oPihe world, the price of admission remains only 24 cents. Children under ten years. 14 cents. BRYANTS' MINSTRELS. MECHANIC* HALL, *72 BROADWAY. IMMENSE SUCCESS, MORE NOYELTIB& Monday, Kept. jj Ilnd every night during the week. B. C. CAMPBELL, (1.8. FOWLER. J. WT HILTON, 9. LESLIE, the pleasing vocal quartette, In their brilliant songi and choruses. Quint Essence of old Virginity.. .by Little MM DAN BRYANT AND NKLSE SEYMOUR, the laughing sons of Moruus, In their aide splitting soeno, Ulli ECHO. Polka Milltnire; the Yakev .< Tin-pan on ion; Do Black Brigade LADY Oh LYONS. Characters by Rollln llnward, U. W. Grlillu and Dan Bryant. NOTD K?CHANGE OF TIME. Doore open at 8',; curtain rises at 7%; tickets 94 cents. WOOD'S MINSTREL HAI.L, 414 BROADWAY. ?? Opposite the Hi. Nicholas Hot d. HENRY WOOD, Sole Proprietor and Manager. ...CONTINUED 8l.CCEBB. < ItoWDKD HOUSES THE PUBLIC IN ECSTACIBS With the EXQUISITE SINO'NO and MIRTH PROVOKING SPECIALITIES 09 WOOD'S MINSTRELS. Monday erenlng, September 22. and every evening during the week. THE GREAT CONGRESS OF ARTISTS, Will appear In NEW ACTS, SONGS. DANCES, to. THE HUAKKH8 MY GRANDFATHER'S FARM, OTHKL' LO, TIIK RIVAL TRAGEDIANS, TUB BIRD HUNTBlS. Ac.,by Eph Horn, Charley hux, Frank Rrower, Cool Wbltn, Ahecco, Itcnry, Percy, Glynn. Isaact, Gavatagln, Ilaelsm* I, wis, Ac. Doors o|ien at 6?^; commence at 7\ o'clock. Admlaetoa 24 cents. George uhristy's minstrels, sua broadwat. Opposite Metropolitan Hotel. Organized in 1H42. The oldciu established Hand In the United States. CHRISTY A HKiUOU Lessees and Proprietors The nuw faroe. entitled l'ETER PIPER PEPPER PODOE. Hating he< n received iuo.it voell'eroualy on each night of Its representation, WILL HE REPEATED EVERY EVENING THIS WERE. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. GEoRUE CHRISTY AND IMS UNRIVALLED TROUPS VARIED AND ENTERTAINING BILL. Jules stmtion, George Wriqlilman, J. C. Norland, Leopold Myer. N. IV. Gould. Billy vulnn, Eugene Florence, Tsia Vaughn, Frank Hpnur, Sylvesier Bleekcr sndOeorgrChristy. A grand matin's a. I, every Saturday. Admittance 24 rents. Children, to Matinee only, 14 cents. In the evening, doors open ut 7; curtain rises at 7'. precisely. Tickets 44 ceuta, no half price. Ti trate boxes $3 and $4. Grand exhibition of paintinos.-oau.krt of Kin" Arix, 62b Broadway, viktted by the eUio and tuMiinq of th" cltjr. Phliltnateaui' ? an-at picture of the KRENt'H REVOLUTION OF 1848. Olgnonk's duuni'mr picture 01 INDIAN SI MMER With ne.nly JUU olher worm by unlive artists; ainoog which l? tin: lainoos am) ? irirti ri "1 " I'AOE'N VRNUR," So severely criticised Itv the |>rnss, aril acknowledged to be tlio purest and mo.l perfect nude llattre ever painted kino* the diiysof the ^real Titian. Read w hat the Herald nyt [From the New York Herald. 1 The mah of virtuosos at the Artoian retreat baa never been mi hp at. Tim atirsrtlon was, of course, the pitman now on exhibition?Hw'? \ enm*?already described In ib? llerald. It la remarkable that an iinnannT number of ladies were present yesterday. They were there, and they seemed to delight in tne cla?slo vl'-inlty of the beautiful production, and wei, not over anxious U. move to any otlirr part of lbs bol'din.'. Sui li gin nr.. s were t int ii|Nin Venus. A gr at many neraona, of cailtur, pretended that they did not rare a rtlr for the gi .it ple-e: but, after hurriedly Inspecting every other palming Ilk I ->11 Iheir foot-neps would slow ly M|i|>ro.uih the beautiful Venua. The ladles never staid aa bo 2 iii 'idagahery as they did yesterday Up to louro'docR Se-terilay there wax a rcnti of visitors. After that hour thew egan to Bow In like the tides or the raa. Venus Is, beyuoi dieibt, the great attritcliou of the day. Galleries open day and evening. Admisalen 35 cent*. H _ ail the GLAD tidings. JL The proprietor* of llie Parisian t'ablaet of Wondera, 6u>) BROADWAY. 6*1 HROADWAY, (Nell door lo Ball A Black's) Have made eitrusj. e ad lltlona to th.lr already faming ia ?tllutlun. The n iblie rnsv now there see sights of a truly superb, astounding, startling atid astonishing kind. Thaea marvellous Revelations of Ncture are truly beautiful, snd consist or ever* thing Wonder, ul, Extraordinary, Mvsta rlous, Terrific, Marvellous, Exciting, Bnrpm.ng. E?iul?lta, Glorious, t'urlo'ie snd Soul Itiaptrinr. Look at the great and only tls-tu in the world; she la Indeed per feel ton soil iinsorpaaa d fur grace and L-mln ine beauty. Open for gentlemen omly Dam lb till it). Brooklyn. Brooklyn. t'oragr of Court an>l Remim streets. CURlifTY H NEW (lI'KilA HOl St. Positively last t'.v i ii gins of CIIKUTY'S MJNBTRELR. TL'KHDAT. SEPTEMBER ?3. WEDNfe?DAY. SEPTEMBER Mk TWENTY STAR I'XRtORMER*. Admit din li >-eiila. Thursday, September 25, Farawe t to W. A. CUMSi'V. AT THE BROOKf.\ x ATHEW.KUM. eODWOUTH'N HALL.?OX FRIDAY. OCTOBER MX Grand C oicert given oy ln? velebrat d ranlatrtea IZA V4LKNT1XI VARA. AI LI. Kurt appears* e of thu great a>nor. Anion lo ParavaUl, pupil of Signers Farm vail" Ticket* $1. To ha had at lunora i'aravslll a. ? Frinoe street. 1? Locution. JGf MR. OBa YANDF.NIfnyK will be In tows on and after Turauat. ikl Aim rscwTS pupiis at lils bousa, f>i East Twenty ?eighth srevt. Mrs. Vaiulenholl receives ladies. A GRAND FREB AND BASY-Af TIIK BRftOKLYH Shade*. 35 Carroll street so iu Fr?okl.n, this (Tusa. day) evening, September F?. Mer aul *h? KJWJJ barlotK, will pres'do, assist' t y it ? ert Bmilb. the grwsl cornet player; C. Church, it B<aen, and set oral amataufs from New Yoi k. Funlst, Mr. Joavs. ? gnduktatl by Jumpy Md basis. __ _ . Brooklyn atiiknb .m, Thtn-s.'av ?tw.ug. Rerlembsr 28, OHRISTrs MI>srKEl,ft. The follow i"k h' ntV-tuen hate vol u lee red ? T B PRENDERUA/T, Tf "? CMAR MELVILLE. C'lAS. NEIL and MOnLKY'8 MINSTRELS. W ASHINGTON T1IRATRB, WASHINGTON, D. C - YY Tins v?tli kn<>wti > slah'Hhmeot having been enliMy refitted ?ud beautifully daewratad, wt" eposi rot i?* on Moujky evening Sepicmher W. Dramatk artleta ei ehi itr desLditkengagtiu i-nfs will s 'd *a? ') ?"**! "u > a'i ?? N" > Yf.t.