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~ J_l_r IT MBBIOUB ENGINE MO. WrLL 8KLL ?M f088^ A day Kh tnaL. at their house, M Hamilton street, at mSU <^loeC a splendid oolleotion of Ofl Palnttap aad Pic fuV velvet eovered Chairs aad Sofas. oM Pfano&rte, BrueMU Bad Velrst Carp?ta, Oilcloths, two Cootlog BtoTm Mtr ora, L?m aad Damask OurtalM,one Urge Amertoan Flag, >ada great qa^tity 0fM0^^^HBK^Ul^?nw. 'ATA0CTl?"* >16,000 WORTH OF MAOKIFIOENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I public auction, to-morrow (Monday), at the elegant reeliltvrtflf Dr.Charles Baneom, 13'Dsland place, West Tweniv-third street. between With and Sere nth avenues, comBtencluc at 11 o'clock. Parlor Furniture, oorared In brooade, ?tyte Louia XIV.; roeewood Pianoforte, Elageres. Mirrors. Oaroeta. Bronsea. Ac.; rare and ooatly Works of Art and ArUeleecf Virtu. elegant rosewood and walnut Chamber Turn! tare, en eulte. Dining Boom Furniture? Bichly carved uperb seta oat Glassware, solid silver Dinner aad TeaSerWtee. 8?ta peremptory a oOnOM BALK.?TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCJK Hon a three story brick House and Lot, SO Water street, A 111 Broadway, ?a September 5, at 11 M., by order of 8ugw?Oo?rt. THOB. KNILEV, Auctioneer. ?l OOLTOW, AUCTIONEER.?FIRST FALL SALE I: and extra large sale of Carpets, and exclusively Carpets. About 100 la all. oomprislna Velvets, Tapestry and Brussels, Wluee plr and ingrain, and as this sale will do a very large dealers aad all others are invited to be present on Tues* at 10K o'clock, at 734 Broadway, opposite New JpOB 8ALB?AT ELIZABETH, AT AUCTION, SEPT. 19, * , at 11 o'olock, on the premises, the Homestead of the late Judge Osden. Peremptory administrator's sale. A delightful family residence. Oas and water. AAEON OODEN, 77 Trinity Building. Mew York. TTBNBT B. HERTS, JUN., AUCTIONEER. XL REGULAR FALL TRADE SALE OP WATCHES, JEWELRY. DIAMONDS, CUTLERY, PLATED WARE, FANCY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS, AC.. _ ON TUESDAY, SEPT. 1A AND FOLLOWINO DAYS, AT THE METROPOLITAN SALEROOMS. IN BROADWAY (near Dey street), . omprising consignments from all the principal Importers Bad manufacturers In the United States, to be sold in lots to ait city and oountry trade, and positively without any reserve. Catalogues ready on Mbuday, Sept. A. MARSHAL'S BALE OF FURNITURE. 8. HERMAN A CO., AUCTIONEERS. rill sell MONDAY, September 4, at 10 o'clock. at IS Bowery, by virtue or an execution, Household Furniture,viz:?Brussels Carpets, Mirrors, Tables, guuiogany Bedsteads, Bedding, Boras, Chairs, wardrobes, DOMINICK CONLIN, City Marahal ALSO, AT 10J? O'CLOCK, RECEIVER'S SALE t' Furniture?Bedsteads, Bedding, Blaukets, Mattresses, rockery aud Glassware. F. BADENIIOP, MarahaL ALSO AT II O'CLOCK, MARSHAL'S SALE f flue Liquors, Brandies, Old Bourbon, Whiskey, Oin, Rum. rort, Sherry aud Claret Wines, la onsks, eases, and Mamijobua; Cigar*. Also on* Bagatelle Table, Furniture, C. V. LYONS. City Marshal. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, AT 10 O'CLOCK, peremptory sale of Hotel and Restaurant Furniture at the Metropolitan Assembly Kooms, Nob. 166. l.'<8 and 100 Heater street. By order of Joseph Hillenbrand, Esq.. the entire furnl(an of aaid building, viz:?About 800 Chairs, Tables, Bedloom and Dining room Furniture, 2,000 I'lutus, Dishea aud Other Crockery and ULissware, Coffee Urns and all Fixtures And Furniture of said premises. Every lot will be sold as the building is let for the Stale armory. m/T DOUGHTY, AUCTIONEER, WILL SELL ON TUESJYL. day, September 5, 10>$ o'clock, continuation sale of Household Furniture, at salesroom, 79 Nassau street, com rising Parlor Suitj, Bookcases, Pier Glasses, rosewood Pianoforte*, Lace and Damask Curtains, Extension Dining Tables, Dressing Bureaus, Wastelands, Bed-tends, Hair Vattreiuos, Feather Beds, Comforters, Blankets, Lounges, Glassware, Tea Sets, Ac.; the whole to be sold by virtue of a battel mortgage. Dealers and housekeepers will find the bore sale worthy of attention. PAWNBROKERS' SALES.?JOHN MORTIMER, NO. 15 R East Broadway, will sell, to-morrow, Sept. 4, 400 lots of ra'i aud women's Clothing and other desirable goods well worthy the attention ol de ilers and others. By order, A. Levy, 10 I.aurens street. Thursday, September 7, a large assortment of seasonable goods. By order of D. Meehati A Co., |>T Laareus street. Fridsy, Sept 8, by ordtir, H. McAlec 10, 007 Second avenue. PAWNBROKER'S SALE ?JAME8 AGAR, AUCTIONeer, will sell on Tuesday, September S. at 6J> New Bowery, a very desirable assortment of Men's and Women's Clothing and Bedclothes of all descriptions. L. SIMMONS, 269 Spring street. PAWNBROKER'S SALE, ON WEDNESDAY, WATCHES I Mid Jewelry.?JAMES AGAR, auctioneer, will setl at It o'clock precisely, at Ml New Bowery, a large assortment of Wateheu, Jewelry, Instruments, Pistols, Tools, and variety Of Other articles worthy the attention of the; trade and others. P. GANLY, 67 Division street. Q * J. BOGART, AUCTIONEERS.?MONDAY, SEPt?^il?er 4, at 1054 o'clock, at 12 Waver ley place, near Br*adway,~?Bttv?Cl Household Furniture, mahogany Tete-a?te, Settees, in reps! Boinr E2*ewood and mahogany Parlor, jftaar and Rocking Chairs, marble Centre Tables, Card Tables, Window Curtains and Shades, Frrrwh I'late Mirrors, rrenoti Bedsteads, pure Hair Mattresses, VelTftt, Brussels id Ingrain Carpets, English Oilcloth, Canton Malting, flat Stand, Dining Room Furniture, Kitchen Ranges, in order; Crocksry, Glassware, Ae. Q 7T~J.~BOGART~~AUCTIONEERS.-TlTESDAY, SEP 4J. temlwr 0, at 10>i o'clock, at the auction rooms No. 1 Xlorth William street. Marshal's sale of Household Furniture. Rouewood Piano. (Carpets, Ac., consisting of mahogany Vete-a-Tates, Sofas, Lounges, mahogany marble top Dreas~tng Bureaus, marble top Wash stands, Centre Tables, elegant OakErtonslon Dining Table, mahogany Parlor aud Dining Room Chairs, Rockers and Easy Chairs, Mirrors, French Bedsteads and Bedding, Mattresses, Velvet. Brussels, Three ?jr aad Ingrain Carpets, Oilcloth, Kitchen Furniture. Also I on# splendid rosewood round cornered I'lano. At 14 o'clock, 4we Brussels Carpets. JOHN H. IIILLIER, Marshal. COPARTNERSHIPS. "aIT'aotive and ferreverino young mak, Xk. aged 16, of practical builnsM qualifications, having a good knowledge of the French language, desire* to invest Iron $2,000 to $6,000, with hU services, tn any respectable rdl established paying business. Reference* exchanged. U. 8., 60s 1,038 Fort office, giving the nature of A YOUNQ MAN?NATIVE OEOROIAN-WITH TEN A fear* mercantile experience, good business qusllflca Boo*, extensive acquaintance, can infiuenoe good trade, decree to secure by his services (without capital) an Interest In well established wholesale bouse In New York; would begin with salary and prospect of an early Interest. References given. Address, with particulars, M. Key, box 96 fort office, Maoon, Georgia. TVI880LUTI0N.?the COPARTNERSHIP TTHRETOMJ fore eilatlng between the undersigned haa this day Win diMOlved by mutual consent Mr. 8. G Circle will continue business on his own account, at the office lately oocuMM by Moulton, Circle k Co., 17 Wall street. The books will Iwnaln with Mr. Circle, ami either of the undersigned can 4fn In liquidation. R. Q. MOULTON. h o clftcle Maw Yo??, Hept. 1,1881 E. T." MOULTON. VilOR RALE-FOR CASH, ONE OF THE REHT PANOM: ramaa and Dioramas ever exhibited in thle country; or Mil Mil one half Interest (Tall on or addreaa A. O. '8 bat faok. 49 John street second floor. fU*SW YORK, AUGUST 9, 1965.?WILUAM D BLACK and Elbert B. Monroe were admitted as partners In ?r Arm on the first day of March last. _ BALL, BLACK * CO. The partnership heretofore exihtino be. tween Mrs. H. M. Capo and B. W. Fiord, under the Arm Kof Cape A Floyd, was dissolved on the 1st of January, B. W. Floyd will continue the provision business In rn name, at 84 and 86 Allen street, corner of Broome, AM At Fulton Market Family Provisions, pickled or smoked, fat up expressly for the Southern markets, and particular at bntton will be paid to putting up stores lor steamships and <MlMng vessels. Hotels supplied, as usual, with Hmoked Bams, Tongues, Breakfast Bacon, to. B. W. FLOYD. Jliw You, September, 1MB. ftrWIN WELL, NO. 1, PITHOLE.-A one SIXTEENTH J. Interest in this well Is offered for ssle. The well la Mowing 100 barrel* of oil per day, and facilities for trans oItalian will soon be Increased by the early completion of |be railroad to the mouth of the creek. Addreaa box 307 Port ftffioc, Pittsburg. Pa. fcxTANTED-A PARTNER WITn 16,000 CA8H TO IN. vest In a very profitable manufacturing business in the elty of New York. Raid partner ean superintend the business and receive a liberal salary fortheeame, besides Rhalf the profits, which will be 100 per cent net and a business. With real name to Insure a reply, addreea ., care of box 9M Boeton Poet offioe. Reference given ?nd required. EANTED-A few hundred dollars on high. est interest by a manufacturer of a good staple la of unlimited demand; will make partnership wttn a pgcUhl. person, according to amount invested. Addreaa eANTKD-A PARTNER, WITH A FEW HUNDRED dollars capital, to Invest in a Restaurant, Crater and ag Saloon, with two bar rooms attached, doing a good mm. Call from 9 A. M. to 12 P. M., at 70 Wast Houston <imt OH TOUIfO ?C8INM8 MEN WANTED-TO JOIN JLVrls ma in a big thing; no napltel, no bard work, everything furnished; proflta Urge; cash business: tbs wonderful i ft Call at or address Tl? Broadway, N?w York, room IT. ; Mnnn 10.f8000-_A touno, steady of.rman, i .v"V of business eiperieure, would Ilk* to lnveet bora amount and his ?e trices In ah established business ? fair proflta. Address Y. a., boi IM Herald ollloe. tin nnn -partner wanted, nr the recti. JLV.l/vrl/. fylna business; any one with this amount buy m Interest lb a flrst rate establishment and doable I money yearly. Address R. B., Herald office. ft A nnn ~A TOUNO MAN. THOBOUOHLT AC- 1 qualnjed with Southern trade, baring poa eerion of a first class store. In a thriving Southern city, but iaeklng capital, ean offer Inducements to psrtles with money, groceries or dry goods. Address Enterprise, Herald offloe. img(EIil,ANK(?,S j "TmERICAN MANUFACTURES Ti. TO RE TON -THE /V Bishop OutU Percba Company, In order to protect their Kwn interests, will In future sell their "try superior qnalltr ft Outta Percha Tissue Sheet at gold rates, taking the cloeM rate the previous day as the standard, and wit] sell at S her cent lees than the foreign tisane Is sold at on that day. |AM'L C BISHOP, OcnerflAgent, 101 Broadway, N. T. J fcTBADQUABTERS FOR PINE OOLD AND STLTBB i H army and nary Badges, maeoalc and eodety Emblems, <E>eather with general assortment of Jewelry. B. T. HAY. rARD, manufacturing jeweller, 100 Broadway, room No. 1. #. 1.?I bare no oonnecllon or acquaintance whatever with ipeyward A Co., ?2? Broadway. B. T. HATWARD. 1" YMAN'H SELF BBALINO JARS, THE BEST FOB 1 J proaernng fruit In use, for sale low at 47 Yeaey street. " v * BOOTH B PECK. , fcXATBIMONT.-WHT EVERY MAN SHOULD MAERT. | EU Why every woman should marry. All may marry, ro know, read Illustrated Marriage Oulae and Medical Adfleer, by Wo. Bart, M. D., 340 pp. Mailed everywhere In feeble wrappers, for 80c. Address It White street, N. T. VARBI.E MANTELB.-A FINE SELECTION OF i jl Marble Mantels, offered cheaper thsn elsewhere, at 8. , klahf R-h Marble Yard, m First aveuue. near Third street, pew York. I Bf AKIM.R AND MARHLEIZED SLATE MANTELS. OF ( 1*1 the lalget styles and designs, aj aR greased u^tioo la ( ?T4 Canal street, three doors east of Broadway. fcXARRLE MANTELB.?THE BEST PLACE IN THE j [U city to purchase Marble Mantels of the latest designs at | rerr low pHoea Is at A. RLARER'B Marble Works, 109 East | PWPteentb street, near Third vtaM, M.Y, M*nteis out up | ptoeeouovrr. Out this out IT SHIPPIWO. OTBAM TO LIVERPOOL. CALLINO AT QCBBM8TOWM O The Inman Line, sailing ml-weekly, carrying the United States Mill. CITY OK LIMRRICK ....Wednesday. S*pt f CITY Of WASHINGTON X... Saturday, Sept I CITY OT HANCHB8TBB Wednesday, Sept. it CITY Of LONDON Saturday, Sept It and each succeeding Saturday and Wednesday, at noon, from 44 North river. BATES OF PASSAGE. ( Tnuitirmn uiunmnuntut drst cabin #901 Steerage $99 Do. to London Ml Do. to London 34 Do. to Paris 1041 Do. toParia 4* iyAIUI m flftiif, Passage by tha Wednesday ?tram era:-Plret enbln, $10; steerage, $36 Payable In United States currency. Paaaengers also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bremen, Ac., At modtfit6 rttM. Steerage passage from Liverpool or Queenstown, 910, gold or the equivalent. Tlekota onn to bought hare by parsons sending for their friends. Por further information apply st the oompsny's offlee. JOHN O. DALE, Agent, U Broadway, New Tort Fob Liverpool direct.? conard steamship TRIPOLI, Captain Harrison, w>l snll on Wwlnes4?y, the ISth Inst. Cabin paaaage $80, gold or Ha equivalent. Por freight or passage apply to B. CTTNABD, No. 4 Bowling Green. National steam navigation oompant. TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL. PENNSYLVANIA September 0 QUEEN September 18 Prom pier 47 North river. Cabin, 890; steerage. $90?payable in currency. ror passage apply to WILLIAMS * OUION, ? Broadway. ONLY LINE OP BRITISH STEAMERS CARRYING pasasngers direct to Orsat Britain. ANCHOR LINE. Steam to Glasgow, Liverpool and the Irish ports. CALEDONIA Saturday, September f. UNITED KINGDOM Saturday, September 18. HIBERNIA Saturday, September 38. Cabins $90, $80, and $70; steerage. $30 in currency. P. MACDONALD k CO.. No. 8 Bowling Qreen. STEAM TO LONDON.?THE SPLENDID BRITISH Iron steamship ATALANTA, 3,000 tons. Captain Wm. II. Pinkham, will sail aa above, from pier 3 North river, on Tuesday, September 12. Por passage, st lowest rates, apply to I'HARIiKS A. WHITNEY, 26 Broadway. For freight apply at 64 South street. ROWLAND A ASPINWALL. Agents. QNLT DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE. THE GENERAL TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY'S NEW LINE OF FIRST CLASS MAIL STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST. DEPARTURES FROM NEW YORK. EUROPE, a. Duchesne Friday. September 15 LAFAYETTE or WASHINGTON Friday, October 13 FRtCK or FAMAOC IN COLD. First cabin. $136; second cabin, $80, Including table wine for either class. Medical attendance free of charge. For further information applv to GEO. M'KBNZIE, Agent. No. 7 Broadway. New York. At Pari*?12 Boulevard dee Capucines (Grand Hotel). At Havre?William Iselln A Co. The north German lloyd'b steamship hansa, Captain II. J. von Sauten. carrying the United Slates mall, will sail from the Bremen pfcr, foot of Third street, Hobnken, ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, AT 13 O'CLOCK M.. FOR BREMEN. VIA SOUTHAMPTON, Tnfclngpnssangers to LONDON. HAVRE. SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN, at (he Collowiug rates, payable In gold or It* equivalent in currency:? For the first cabin, $IIB; second cabin, $62 30; steerage, $:i7 .vv Will l>e followed by the AMERICA. September 23.1368. For freight or passage annly o ORl.RirrfH A CO., m Broad street. THE HAMBURG AMERICAN IMOIET COMPANY'S iron mail steamship 8axonia, E. Meier, commander, carrying the United States mail, will leave on Saturday, September Ifi, at It M. FOR HAMBURG, Inking passenger* to Hamburg, Havre, Southnmpton and London. First cabin. $109: aecond cabin, $62 00; steerage, $37 .10: pavable In gold or its equivalent. KUNHARDT A CO., C. B. RICHARDS A BOAS General Agents, General Passage Agents, 45 Exchange place, N. Y. No. 6 Barclay street, N. Y. UNITED STATES MAIL LINE FOR CALIFORNIA, via Isthmus of Panama. Lower passage rates commencing July 1. t865. The Atlantic Mall Steamship Company will ileapatrli steam ers semi-monthly, at noon, from the company's new and commodious pier, No. 48 North river, foot of Canal street narARTDitm. Sept. 16 OCEAN QUEEN Slocum. (Connecting at Panama with Golden Cltv.) Oct. 2 NEW YORK Tinklepaiigh (Connecting at Panama with Colorado.) For freight or passage apply to D. B. ALLEN. No. 5 Bowling Green. OPPOSITION LINE TO CALIFORNIA-^' THE 20TH X 7 nf Svcxv month, at reduced prices for Septeml>er. First el isa, * Boeondclasa, Third elnrt, $250. s;;s. $ioo. TUn PantI A Vnail ffAmitttn* aril 1 dnannlok from pier 29, North river. the Rood atenmMltp ERICSSON, CapL A. B. Lowlier, on Wediieadav, September 20, at noon, at the above low price*. For paaaage apply to D. N. OAKR1NGTON, Agent, 17T Weatatreet. FOR MELBOURNE. AUSTRALIA?KANGAROO LINE.? Brlttah ship CORINOA. 1.700 tooa, at pier 10 East river. Ha* elegant acrommodationa for paaaeuger*. MAILLER, LORD k QUEREAP. 108 Wall atreet. HAVANA AND VERA CRUJ5. None*?Chango of Bailing date. Hereafter the American and Mexiran Mail Steamship Company will deapaich their new and elegant aide wheel ateamera for the above porta on the 8th and 23d of earh month. For freight or passage apply to CHAK. A. WHITNEY, Agent, 20 Broadway. FOR HAVANA DIRECT. The United State* mall ateamahip HAVANA. M, R, Greene, commander, will tail from pier 11 North river, for Havana, on Tuesday, the 5th of September, at S o'clock P. M. For freight or passage apply to THOM^g ^IgNClO k CO.. IT Broadway. For havana.-the hew and rplendid sidewheel steamship COLUMBIA. Captain Barton, will leave pier No. 4 North river, on Thursday. September 7, at 3 o'clock P. M. precisely. for Havana. For freight or paaaage apply to SPOFFORD. TILEBTON A CO.. 29 Broadway. FOB NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. THE FINE STEAMSHIP LODONA, Captain llOVEV. will sail for the above port on Saturday, September 9, at S o'clock P. M. preciaely, from pier 21 North river, foot of Fulton ?treet. Freight taken at reduced rata*. For freight only apply to O. hEINEKEN * PALMORE. Agent*. US Broadway. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT?WEDNESDAYS AND Saturday*.?The New Vork Mail 8teamship Company'* steamship NORTHERN LIGHT, Wm. Weir, commander, will leave on Wednesday, September 0. and the MORNING STAR, H. Nelaon. commander, on Saturday, September 9, at S P. M., from pier 46 North river. For freight or paaaage apply to JAMES A. RAYNOR, 10 Barclay (treet. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT. The ateamahip STAR OF THE UNION, Captain A. Blanchard. will leave pier No. 9, North river, on Saturday, September 9,at three P. M. Paaaage, with uniurpaaaad accommodation*. $60 For freight or paaaage apply to H. B. CROMWELL * CO., 85 Wart atreet. FOR GALVESTON. TEXAS. Steamer GEORGIA, Capt. Gate*. At the earnest request of ahippera and passenger* thl* steamer la detained until Wednesday, Sept. ft, at 10k o'clock A. M Freight will be received (at reasonable rat**) until Tueaday evening, unlaaa aooner full. For might or paaaage apply to WILLIAMS k OUION, 71 Wall *tr*et. FOR MOBILE DIRECT Landing cargo at the wharf at Mobile without Ughterag*. Th* fin* *t*amablp LODONA, H. R. Hovay, Commander, will leave pier fl North rfrar, foot of Fulton atreet. for th* above port, on Saturday, Septembers, atS o'clock P. M? precisely. For freight only applv to O. HEINEKEK * PALMORE. Agent*. NoTTlO Broadway. FOR SAVANNAH, OA. ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPART. Weekly Line. TARUNA, Whltehurst. Commander. ARIADNE. Crary, Commander. The new, elegant and faat ateamahip ARIADNE will leave pier 30 North river on Thu rsday, September 7, at 9 P. M. For freight or paaaage apoly to _ _ . LIVINGSTON, FOX * CO.. _ _ 141 Broadway. Goods eonalgned to oar addre? forward*^ promptly. FOR SAVANNAH DIRECT?PIONEER LINB.-THB new and first elaa* ateamahip CHASE, M. L. Rogers, rommander, will leave pier 11, North river, at 8 P. if, on rhiirsday. September 7. For freight or passam apply to LEWISX. JONES, 17 Broadway. Agente in Savannah, Hunter k QaamelL EfOR CHARLESTON, S. 0. IBAr'a "a'0"'1**1 8Ut*" tiloe?r ?r*lelaa**team*hlpe. ALHAMBBA, ANDALUSIA, WEDNESDAYS AND SATURD^^S*"" ?1TT' Will be despatebed promptly, at 3 o'clock, from pier 14, Baal riv*r. Bill* of lading algned on board. For freight or paaaage apply to ABTHUB LB A BY, _ . . 73 William street. The elegant sld*wheel steamship QUAKER CITY, Wm. Wert commander, will leave on Wedneedav, September 9; followed on^Sadtirda^ September 9, by the faat and favorite FOR CHARLESTON, s. o. ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Th* new, elegant and favorite *teamahip MONBKA, ' C. P. Manhman Commander, will leave pier 31 North river, oe Thureday, Sept. 7, at I o'clock P. M. For freight or peeufe, h??1nf npertor accommodation*, apply te LI vINOSTON, FOX k CO., _ iti nroanwar, i ARCHIBALD OKTTT * CO., AftnU at Charleeton. TITILMINOTON, If. C , D1RRCT. TV Regular weeklyOnlted Statee Mall Line. TW! LIQffT, ftaloer, commander. | EUTERPE, Eldridae, commander. The new and nlcfiot itomir Ruterpe la receiving freight ?t pier No. M North rtver, and will laare on Saturday, Bap. letnber 9. at S P. M. For freight or peaeaga, having tuparlor tecommodatioae. apply to _ _ . _ ] LmWOBTOW, TOX'k CO., 1?| Broadway. J FOR RICHMOND, CITT POINT AND NORFOLK. * ! Goes 10 the wharf at Rlehmoad. The new and elegant aide wheel eteamihlM HATTER AH, Parrlah, every tfaturdav, at B M .; ALBEMARLE, Boa ran. i ffrry wedneeday, at 13M., from pier M. North river. J Prelgbt raoalvod on oar covered pier, M North river, at all ilmee during bualnrfM hoar*. Oooda ouoalffaed to our adIreae yomptly forwarded. pAMAGR TO AND FROM ORRAT BRITAIN AND I Ireland, by eteamihIn and aalling panket, at reduead .?1'u available throoghont England, Ireland and ' Scotland. Partlee wlahlng to angag* paafcage, eend for their rtenda, or remit money to the old country, oan do eo at the SfloauT ivJeel * TATWOTT BROTHBM ? 00., j EW YORK HERALD, SUM For norpolk. citt point and Richmond Regular ?emi weeklv United Stalee Mail Um fro" iter 11 North river, foot of Fnltno street. Steamship yazoo, *?ery Saturday, at 13 m. Steamship CREOLE, Captain Thompson, leaves every Wednesdayat 11 * Freight for all paru of North Carolina, the upper Roanoke and laudinm on the James and York rivers, forwarded br Messrs. J. W. smith A BRO , at Norfolk free of charge. Kicuraion ticketa Usued at reduced rates. For freight or Bteamahip Company, us Broadway. mAPSCOTT LINK FOR LIVERPOOL. 1 SHIP HIBBRNIA. SEPTEMBER \ FOR LONDON. _ BHIP HUDSON, 88PTBMBBB I For pas?ge apply to TaPSCOTT BROS. A CO.. 86 South street. FOB LIVERPOOL-BLACK BALL LINE OF FACEeta. Thfe (lret elaaa packet COLUMBIA will aaU for the above port September A For paaaage apply on board, pier 23 East river, or to ROCHE BROS/A COFFEY, 114 and 111 South street. First ship fob liverpool.?the stab or the WEST sails on Monday, September A steamer every Saturday. Apply at THOMPSON'S Passage oOoe, ITS Pearl street ____ OASSENORRS PER PBRSIA ARB REQUESTED TO BE JL onboard at o'olock on Wednesday morning, 6th Inst. Those preferring to do eo may jo on board on Tuesday even- , Ing. B. 0 UNA BP, No. 4 Bowling Qreen. STEAMSHIP TBIPOLI WILL DISCHAROB, UNDBR general order, at Cunard wharf, Jersey City, on Monday, 4th Inst. Consignees will please attend to the receipt of their goods. B. CUNARD, No. t Bowling Green. TBAVKLLBM' OtlDB. ~ CONET ISLAND FERRY?LANDINO AT FORT Hamilton.?The NAUSHON leaves Christopher etreet at :30, 13:30, S:M0; Dey street, pier 31, at :?>, 11:40,1:40; pier t wortn nygr st tu, i ma ?. DAT LINE FOB ALBANY.?STEAMERS 0. VIBBARD and D. DREW, from Desbrossos street, on and after Thursday, Juna St. baity at 7:4ft A. M. Thirtieth street at 8 o'clock. Hudson river and hablem railroads.-on and after Monday, June 9, trains for Albany and Troy, connecting with Northern and Western trains, will leave New York as follows:?Via Hudson River Road. Thirtieth treet and Tenth avenue, 7:80 A. M., 8, 4, Sand 10 JO P. M.; and via Harlem Road, Twentr-sixth street and Fourth avenue, at 11 A. M., and 4:40 P. M. Thee P. M. train runs on Suudays. WH. H. VANOERBILT, Vice President. EXCURSIONS. A GRAND EXCURSION FOR FAMILIES.-CAPTAIN Oeorge Elliot will make another trip to the Fishing Bunks on Tuesday, September 5. 1885, with the favorite steamer MASSASOlT. Will leave Smith's dock, Oreenpoint, at BU; Eighth street. Bast river, at 7; Broome street, E. R., at 7>2; Pook slip at 7X: Christopher street, North river, at 8; Pier No. 4, N. R., at 8%. Fare $1. Orcat accommodations for ladies and children. Refreshments, bait, lines, Ac., on board. Music on board. A FISHING BANKS.?THE STEAMER MASSASOIT, . Captain Townsegd, will run to the Banks every day, Saturdays excepted, until September 15, as follows:?Leaves Eighth street, Bunt river, at 7 o'clock ; Broome street, 7)?; Peck slip, TK\ Christopher street, North river, 8; pier 4, 8J?. Fare $1. Dinners furnished on board. CHAKLEY CARSON FISHING EXCURSION FOR THE ladies.?Start to the Banks on Monday, September 4, leaving Thirty-fourth street. North river, at 7:30; Peck slip, 8:30. and Hamilton ferry at 9 A. M. The splendid steamer P. C. SCHULTZ Is engaged, with a quadrille band, for the occasion. Tickets 91. SUNDAY MORNING BOAT FOR WEST POINT AND Newburg.?The steamer POMONA leaves Harrison street every Sunday at 7:30 A. M., landing at Thirtieth street, Yonkers, Dobh's Kerry, Slug Sing, llaverstraw, West Point, Cold Spring and Cornwall. SCOTTISH GAMES?NINTH ANNUAL GAMES OF THE New York Caledonian Club will take nlace at Jones' Wood on Thursday, Sept. 7, 1865. Tickets 25 cents. Mem* hers who wish tickets can procure them from the Secretary, 12 Bunk street, New York. PRY POOPS. ~ ~ J^T WHOLESALE PRICES, LADIES'. GENTS', CHILDREN'S AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, AT VALENTINE A CO.'8, 12 FOURTH AVENUE, OPPOSITE COOPER INSTITUTE PARK. rand exhibition It of NEW TALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS. ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1885, WE WILL OFFER A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF NEW SILKS, POPLINS, FRENCH MERINOS, empress cloths, ALPACAS, DELAINES, and ether new and fashionable dress goods. ALSO, Ks~ Broche and Cashmere San wis of the latest styles manufactured. ALSO, SeTeritl nov?'tle? In Cfcth and Bearer Cloak*. ALSO, FROM THE LAROE AUCTION SALES, FINE FRENCH MERINOS. at 90c. and $1 per yard LUPIN'S KRfc.VCH MERINOS, at $1 10 to $1 !? per yard. ALL WOOL I>ELAiJf}??at80c. LATEST STYLES FRlN'rSP DELAINES at 35c. NEW ALPACAS, all colore, at SUPERB QUALITY ALPACAS, at feWC. PLAIN FRENCH POPLINS, at Wo.. So. ?nd 7*0 TARTAN PLAID DO., at SOo. ALSO, REAL SHAKER FLANNELS (warranted uot to (brink), at 86c., worth SOc. 10-4 LINEN SHEETINGS, at $129, worth $1 79, andoheaper than Muiliu Sheeting*. ALSO. FINE WOOLLEN BLANKETS, at ffl 90 to $8 per pair. REAL RUSSIA CRASHES, at 10c. per yard and upward*. ALL LINEN TABLE DAMASKS, at 7fc., worth $1 10. NEW BLACK AND WHITE BALMORALS, at ?1 90, worth $4. ALSO. * A large lot of Muilln and Lace CurUlna, white, pink and blue Quilt* and Counterpane*, ju?t purchased at a aacriOce. Ladiea will And the good* we offer them thi* week well worthy of their Immediate attention, andaa the market price 1* advancing everr day, and good* are becoming aoaren? acaroer than baa been known for many yean before?the earlier they make their purchaiee the more aatiafaetury It will be for them. Many of the good* we are offering are worth more In the wholesale atorea. W. K, PEYTON, 171 and 274 Bowery, near Houilon street, JUST RECEIVED FROM AUCTION?A LAROE LOT of Linen Sheet*. Bed Tick*, Moaqulto Netting, white and colored Blanket*, with a full aanortment of housekeeping Dry Good* generally, at B. COLE'S, No. 866 Broadway, two door* above Union square. j?ID GLOVE8 KID OLOVES. KID OLOVES. KID OLOVES. t)NE DOLLAR KID GLOVES FOR FIFTY CENTS PER PAIR. VALENTINE * CO. HAVE OPENED ONE THOUSAND DOZEN OK EMBROIDERED KID GLOVES, WHICH THEY ARE RETAILING AT FIFTT CENTS PER PAIR. AND GUARANTEE THEM TO RE AS GOOD A GLOVE AS CAN BE BOUGHT FOR ONE DOLLAR IN ANY OTHER STORE IK THE CITY. VALENTINE * CO., 11 Fourth arenae. RH MACT WILL EXHIBIT TO HIS CUSTOMERS ON MONDAY MORNING 1,000 PAIRS FRENCH EMBROIDERED LACE CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES. FROM 110 A PAIR UPWARD. VERY DESIRABLE AND MUCH UNDER REGULAR PRICES. ALSO 900 CARTONS RIBBONS. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF WHITE GOODS, LINENS AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. HOSIERY, WERLET CORSETS AND HOOP SKIRTS. ZEPHYR AMD SHETLAND HAND MADE ud WOVEN SHAWLS. ALL THE DESIRABLE SIZES AND COLORS IN BREAKFAST SHAWLS, AC. A KREHlI AND CHOICE IMPORTATION OK LADIES'. MISSES' AND GENTS' KID GLOVES, BEST QUALITT! LOWER THAN ANT OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITT. E. H. MACY. KM Mi SU Slith avenue, Mtr Fourteenth utreet STOCK OF CLOAKS AND SHAWLS-TOGETHER wtth LMMiid Pliturre *of Store, for Mil; on* of the beat location a for trade la tlM city; good* all aeaaonable; will be aold cheap for cuL. Apply to A. 8. HOWE, No. SM Bowery. W11'1'l"IC*1r' ~~ A CARD.-MADAME ISAACS, SSS CANAL STREET, baga leave to inform bar wholeaale cuatomere and atran* ger? generally that aba baa opened her oaaaa of French Imported Bonneta, and baa them now ready for laapeouon. Madame, marie dr lort. importer and manufacturer of lad lea' Bonnet Pramea, 16 Carroll place (Rleecker atreet). Ordera ta every tbape promptly ittandad to. Madame rallings, sis cXnal street, has Juet received from Parta a moat oomplete aaaortment i>f French Bonne ta and Round Hate, aultabie for tba whole ale trade. MRS JACKSON. OFFERS PARIS BONNETS AT greatly reduced prtoea, to cloae out atoefc. Fall ImporLatum* are now Jietng received of the lateet ParUlan atylee. HI). 1U> cw ininHiiin luriv oimir rouna Hinui. VflLI.INKRY?MRS MULCH1NOCK, ftSB RROADWAT, iH la DOW prepared with tbe la teal Parlalan Novetltee far the wholeeeto trade. . TOO MILLINERS?A MILLINER WHO HAR ESTABX Uahed a email. aeleot nuiuim trade tip town win, by rM ion of III health, dlepnae of h?r Interval ud leaae on ngoal farnrable tarma, etoralf dealred. Addraaa Millinery Rooma. nation D. ??C WALKER STREET, UP STAIRS ?OPENING DAT 0?J Wedneeday, Sept ?We hare reoelred, by tbe laat teamer, a new atook of the beat Prenah Plowere, Peather in d Plane*. Ae. Alao the laieet Pattern Bonnet* (which we hall offer for aate), and to which wa moat reapeotfuHy la. rite the trade MILLER A BRO., Importer*. PROPOSALS? ^ CI ROTO N AQUEDUCT DEPARTMENT. -TOCONTRACT. ' or*.?Separata aealed propoaala. aaeh endoraed with tha title of tbe work to which It relatee, tbe nana of tha bidder and tbe data of Ita preaantatlon, will be renal ved at tbla office until II o'clock A. M. of Thnraday, September 14, IMS. for tbe oonatruetlon of the following atreet Improvement* to wit:?Hewer In Eighty-third atreet. between Third tnd Pourth avenuea; aawer In Monro* atreet, between 3rand and Corlaara atreet, and aawer In Letlngton avenue, torn Plfly nlnth to SUty alith atreet, with bijnehea In tha nteraeotlng atreet*. between Leifngton and Third arenuea; 1U0 for paving with atone blooka Ftftynlnlh atreet, from Plfth to Tenth avenue, and Rlity-flrat atreet, from Third eve}ua to Eaat rlvar. Kpaclflcetlona and blank propoaala aaa ba tbtalaed on application to the Contract Clark, at thl* offloe. THOMAR STEPHENS. ) Oroton ROBERT L DAKRAtjO, J Aouednot > . n . AJI- ORAVXK. 1 Board. If aw Tot*. Rept. 2. iW. DURNHAM'S PURNITURR EXPRESS -PnRNITURM D famlltea moved, citj or oountry, Ptaoofortee Purnt # 'DAT, SEPTEMBER 3, 186? the tvkfi Fashion plbudib oround-trottino.-momdav September 4, at three o'oiook P. M., Ike (rest match for 9S,OQO between the famous stallions Oommodore Vaaderbllt and Toronto Chief, to go aa thejr please Uaa Macs baa charge of the Commodore and Dm Purer of the Chisf. Both hones are doing well, aod It will be a cruel r?ot JOSEPH CROCHBBOH, Mana^er^ Fashion pleasure oroumd-trottino.-on Tuesday, September t, 1884, at three o'clock P. M. Pane and stake of 9M0, Me heats, beat S In B. la harness. Good day aad track. R. Ogle namee bL g. Black Diamond; McLaughiiu namee br. m. Lady MoGUUan; W. Morgan names g. m Lady BUa; A. Carpenter names g. a. Lady Pear Not; B. Ulberaon namee g. m Lady Warren. JOSEPH OBOCHERQM. Manager. Fashion pleasure ground, l i. GREAT TROTT1NO MATCH, FOR $2,000. Between GENERAL BUTLEB aad DEXTER, Mile heata, beat S In Ik, go as they please. Tbeee famoue horses, unquestionable the faateet trotters under saddle In the world, will trot for SI,000 on the Paahloa Course, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, AT S O'CLOCK P. M. One of the beat and faatest trots ever wttoeeeed may be looked for. Butler, under aaddle, beat Pilllngham In harness, In I minutes 21 s seconds; he also beat ralchen, under aaddle. In 2 minutes 21 seconds. Deiter beat Stonewall Jaokaon of Hartferd, under saddle, and has proved himself one of the faateet trotters la that way of going ever produced. A great race is certain. The boats will leave Thirty-fourth street ferry every Ore minutes, and James slip every half hoar, throughout the forenoon for Hunter's Point, In conneotlon with the trains of the Flushing Railroad Company, who will run extra trains throughout the morning. A guaranteed special train will leave Hunter's Point at half-past one P. M., reaehtng the wum iu ampin umi lor me inn, bob win muum u tun ?i?tlon to oouvey iiuiinieri back again when the trot ta concluded. There will alio be a train from Hunter'* Point at half-past two P. K. An efficient police force to maintain order. JOSEPH CROCHERON, Manager. SPORTING. A PAIR OF MOCKING BIRDS FOR SALE AT 151 East Forty eighth street. A PIGEON MATCH WILL COME OFF AT OBORGR SMITH'S, Fort Hamilton, on Wednesday next, at S o'clock, between Jamea Atkinaon and Mr. Coulterd, for >100. DOOS AND BIBD8 FOR SALE.-DOOS FOR 8TOCK; the smallest and beat bred black and tan Terrier in the country; Scotch Terriers, bull Terriers, coach Dogs, Ao. Dogs boarded, trained, Ac. Medicines for all diseases, at 380 Canal treet, second floor, near Church. B. DOVEY. For sale-a cat rioof.d boat, only one year (old, in perfect order, 28 feet keel by MH t>eam, very able and fast. Inquire of JAMES LENNOX, foot of Court atreet, Brooklyn. Francis rdti.er, no. s peck slip, has thirty. four choice breeds of Dogi for sale or stock. Butler's infallible Mange Cure and Flea Exterminator, 75 cents. Butler's new work on the Dog, third and enlarged edition, price $3. Dogs boarded, trained. Medicines forall diseases. horses, carriages, ac. Assionf.e'8 sale of fine horses and car. riaogs. A splendid pair of matched blood bay Horses, 15.3 bands high, of unsurpasaed style and beauty, six and seven years old, alKo a crossed matched Team, bay and war, superb carriage horses, seven years old; and also a bay Horse, matching either of the last named pair, making either a bay or cross team; also a thoroughbred Kentucky saddle Horse, of great beauty, supposed to he the handsomest saddle horne in or about the city, seven yesrs old, 13 hands high, golden bay; also a landau, nearly new; a Victoria a little used, and a Westchester Carriage; tfiree sets of double Harness, one nearly new, made T?v Lowden; Mats, Sheets, Blankets, Whips, Ac. The carriages all manufactured by Wood Brothers. Any person wishing a four In hand tenm, matched with great care, with everything complete and new, had better examine the nbove horses before they arc separated. Can be seen at brick stable No. 71 GARDEN street, HOBOKEN, on application to John C. Idell, First street, between Washington snd Bloomfteld streets. Hoboken. near the ferry. DAVID OROESBECK, Assignee Of Chas. Graham A Co. An ei.eoant dark grey horse, is hands high, with long white tail, splendid action, walks and trots fast, good driver, Ar.; for sale at loss than his value, at private stable. 53 East Thirty-third street, near Fourth ave. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CARRIAGES AND Harness for sale?on the most reasonable terms, and warranted equal to any in the city. Repository 47 Cedar street, near the I'ostofllce. ROSS A TIJFTS. At a great sacrifioe.-an elegant shifting top Buggy, made by Bsldwln; used but once. Apply at t'lltlo A in it v iiliitiMit.1* Hlt>ni'ki>r A BLACK OR HIIOWN HORSE OR MARK WANTED.? Must be about 15 bauds high, perfectly sound, gentle In single or doubt* Imrness, easy on the bit, light built, and have long tall Address, with particular*, boi 8.708 New York Post ofllca. A beautiful liqht, three-quarter seat, round corner ooa"i box road Wagon; naif spring; nearly new; made to order; for ail? low. Apply at private stable, <38 Want Thirty-sixth street, nC9* Ninth avenue. Bashaw stallion. Kor sale, a first class Bashaw Stallion. He was sired by Black Bashaw, and IB of the Messenger 2^4 Sir Archy blood on the side of hi* dam. Kor particular* au. fC** Bashaw, box 230 Herald office. . /CONTINENTAL STABLES, BROADWAY, CORNKR OF \J Thirty ninth street, are now open for the reception of boarding horses, first etnas Carriage*, Phaeton* and light Wagon* to let at all hour*. "DIOR SALE-A WELL MATCHED BLACK TF.AM1, llprse and Mare; fnst. perfect drivers. Can be seen at stable No. 2 East Twenty.eighth street For sale-two splendid black ponies, b and 0 years old, long manes and tails, fine travellers, warranted sound and kind iu single and double harnnas aud under the saddle. To be seen till gold at 10# Pitt (treat. fclflR SALE-A PAIR OF SORREL VIRGINIA MARES, J? 4aud6 rears old: the owner thinks one of them can makeamtleip 2:30; will sell one or tbe pair. Also a light Wagon, with Itole and double Haruess. Can be seen at D. 8. JAftVls' stables, corner of Thirty-ulntb street and Broadway FOB SALE?ABOUT TWENTY HEAD OF THOROUGH. bred Cattle. Durhams and Alderncys; the Durham* are Herd Book animals, ?nd the Aldernevs are from the very best stock iu this country. Address Samuel M. Fox, Livings, ton, Columbia county, N. Y. UOR SALE-A FAST ROAD MARE, EIGHT YEARS r old. fifteen hands high. Price $275. A. L. Kalrweath er's stables, 284 West Twenty.second street. For sale-a stallion, five years old last Jnly; bay, 16W hand* high, of good atock and One action; sound and kind, a p|eHsant driver and a perfectly square trotter. Has had three weeks training snd will show 2:441 or less. Price $2,000. Address box 818, New York Poat otiue. For sale-a very handsome dapple bay Mare from Vermont, Ave yeais of age, 15 hands high snd perfeetjy sound and kind She ts a beautiful saddle horse snd :< prompt driver. Will be sold cheap. Inquire of JOHN HANXELL, at tbe shop adjoining tbe stable. No. 103 West Fortieth street. For sale?$17s?a good two horse truck. Inquire in the soap factory, Seventh avenue, between Thirty niuth and Fortieth *treets. For sAi.f.-9rift-A gray horse, suitable for any kind of work, a splendid aaddle horse, at 481 .Seventh avenue, in tbe soap factory. For sale-an elegant "c" spring ca. leche, made by Wood Brother*, duplicate of the carriage presented by tliem to the Metropolltsn Sanitary Pair: originally cost $2,000: has been used but once. Can be purchased for $1,500 at their warerooms, 508 Broadway. For sale-a fine, large sorrel team, just Imported from Canada, 18 hand* high, a perfect match, 8 years old, sound and kind; work together, Ac. Apply at No 5 Ellf.abetli street, from 9 till 3. For sale-a north Carolina sorrel horse, eight years old, IS handa high, Just from the nrmv. I3e property or a general officer. He Is a flne riding and driving norse, and perfectly sound and kind. Apply at the lumber yard root or East Thirty second street. FOR SALE-ONE OF THE MOST STYLISH RADDLE Horses In tblselty; dark eheatnut, perfectly trained; a lady can ride him; la also perfectly trained to barneas,double or single; sonnd and gentle; sold for want of use; eight J ear* old. Apply at MANNING'S, IS Court street, Brooklyn, 'rice low. Also a new coal box top Wagon and Harness If required. As handsome a turnout as eny In Brooklyn. Made to order. EIOR SALE-THE FAMOUS TROTTING MARE RALLY r Come Up: Ufteen hands one Inch high, eight year* old; trotted on tha Union Couraa, L. I., May 1^ IMBl In t W, and can do better. Alio a ah if ting top Wagon, Harneaa and Blanket*. Will be aold cheap In cnnaeqnenra of the death of the owner. Inqnlre In McMahon'e at*hie, SO Monroe at. Fob 8alb chf.ap-a splendid bat mabb, called Laura Keane, half alater to U<l; Emma: ha* Shown 1:40; very gentle. Aleo a light trotting or rotd W?. I on, Robe, Blanket, Ac. For want of iiee will a?U entire turnout vary cheap. Addreaa C., boi 1,809 New York Poet ofllce, or property oan be eeen at 0. Jobnaon A Ce.'e, Twenty second atraet and Heventh avenue. FHOB HALE CBBAP-A FIB8T CLASS TUBNOtJT, CON latlng of a *pan of black Horaei, I5?< hand* high, very atyllah driver*, and can trot In three mlnutaa; *l*o a coal boi top Wagon, Harne**, alngle and double; Blankets, Hhaeta, Ac . uanirtslt. Inquire at the offlcaof itable oorner of Prinoe and CroAy atrsets, or at 607 Broadway. HUBAEBLANKETS-IIOHHE BLANKEH. ALLQUALI tie*, fine Englteh Lap Bobee, theepekln and carpet Mats; Bmette*. St., retailed at lowprleee. MAOBUS BEOS., KM Fulton *treet M' TTLRH, MULES. MULES.?FOB HALE, 70 SELECT mules, well matebed. in flnecondltlon. May be seen at L <>. Burros'drove yasd*. Hudaon City, Hoboken avenue, by oalllug ou lbs subscriber at the yards. C. A. PITCHER. PRIVATE stable to bbnt-eioht stalls and lame carriage room tone half or whole), In Forty first street, otar Madison avenue. n.?w, with all modern Improvements Apply to OUVEB BBf AW, ? South .treat. rp WAOON AND BOCKAWAY FOB SALE.?A LIGHT top Wagon, In good order, and a family Borkaway, but little uset. Apply to Patrick, at stable I4S Pacific street, Brooklyt. WMM ANTED-TWENTY DIRT CARTS, TO WOllB FOB brut three months la 11th St., near td av. | JAMES MDLBT. WAN7ED-TO PURCHASE. A SECOND HAND BOX or Furniture Trunk; one horn*. Address W O. HobMna A C*., IM to IM Bank street, stating price and where It can he wen. WANTED-TWO IPRINQ CARTS, II* GOOD ORDKR; ali< HarneM. Inquire at tha offlca S17 Weal Eighteenth ItNft. Mtivg Tenth and Rlnvanth avenue*. Waocn and harnemh for hai,r-wa*jon had nar whaala, cnvarad ton, la In food condition and miliable for ripreaa purpoaoa. rrloa 1120. luqulra of UNION adams.kt7 Hruadway. clothino. ~ A TrRNTION.?LADIKfl AND ORNT|,EMBN AREOUAA r?nt<ed In racalra the big baat price* tor thair laft off Clothing, Furniture, CarppU, Ac., by calling nn or addamlng Mr. or ff?. O. MIHH, 114 Third a?antia, naar Fourteenth al. A TTBNTIONI?GENTLEMEN HATING ANT OART OFF AOIothng to di*po?e of o*Diat fair prim b* calling on or ^rwliOAMMJUJUU'AriuUB, ** l'Mfl tire*. MM Cbathf c* rntiemen-i will eot ant quantitt of nrw " T undTaft Off Clothing, for Ua Weatarn markat f'*11 0nt9t'w rm* anuhbmbiiti. T? ROADWAY TUBATRB. BBILCANT AND CROWDED AH8KllBLAli&WOO<1 fleeoad week of tbo fraud ennwnawiit jt MB. AND MR8 GBAKLES KKAN. OHM .? W.MMM r.fcjL . " TOMMY. If,Una only, I Ui?wr?|[||Sti|Ml ???; iIn for 8AT UNO LEAK. ' Boi offloe opea from 8 to 4 o'clock, vkM M>U may bo ao ured la adraaoe without eitra chaff. XTIBLO'B UAROBN. _ IN UeginaatS. Oonoludoa at 10:M. Umh and Huunr WhaetUf MONDAY EYE NINO, SEPT. 4, 186* The managar reepectfulljr aonounoea that In ooDMqueaoe of a pmkHU q ox ace meat entered Into with . TUB BAVELH, v ooinmeoctng Monday, Sept. It, ho U compelled to announoa, In tho VKRY HEIGHT OK ITH 8UOOB88, THK LAST TWELVE NIOHT8 Of tlM |rM Irish DruM, br Dtoo Bouoicaolt Ml B. H. House, Km., entitled All UAH NA POGUE; Oa, THK WICK LOW WBDDINO. MR. T. H. OLENNY am 8HAUN THK POST. MISS JOSEPHINE ORTOM A8 ARRAH MBfCUSH. J. <1. Burnett, D. E. Ralton (lint appearance la tfcU ellf), W. SoaUan, Charles Petere, W. H. ifortun, J. W. Ulaisdelt, B. B. Holme*, T. K. Owtoi (first appeareuoe at tbla theatre), W. H. Danvers, Mr. Nolan, Randle, Mlaa Maria M sad or, MU? Mary Walla, Ac. The general production on a acale of ORBAT MAGNIFICENCE, ALL BNTIRBLY N?W. I THIRD AND LART URAND MATINEE BUT ONE Of ARRAll NA POOUB, RATUBDAY, SEPT. 9, AT ONE O'CLOCK. Boat* aecured all day* in advanoe. , Mrs. r. b. conwavs PARK theatrb. COMBINATION STAB COMPANY. Open BVBRT EVBNINO. Hooley's new opera hours. brooklyn. ORAND OPENING NIGHT. monday. september 4. Must gorgeously decorated, tha BEST VENTILATED and prettiest concert hall In America. Everything New. New Hou*e, new Face*, nnw Entertainmenta. TWO MAMMOTH COMPANIES, 28 Performer*. Minstrels and Pantomlmists. A Grand Mmatrel Entertainment, and the wonderful Pantomime, gotten up by the celebrated Tony Denier for tbla establishment, at a oost of $2,000, entitled MOTHER HUBBARD AND HER WONDERFUL DOG. BROADWAY THEATRE.?ORCHESTRA CHAIRS FOR sali) at the theatre ticket office In the St. Nicholas Hotel for every night. Office open from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. MUSICAL. A LARGE LOT OF NEW SEVEN OCTAVE PIANOS for sale at greatly reduced prices. Pianos sold on instalments, and warranted for five year*. Call at the manufactory, 143 East Twenty-third street, near Third avenue. ABIAGNIFICENT ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE FOR sale?Property family declining housekeeping, made to order, celebrated city maker, fully guaranteed, uxed all months, cost $750, for $300; elegant Suits Parlor Furniture, Etageres, Bookcase, Paintings. Bronzes, Chamber, Dining ltoom Furniture, China, Glaus, Silverware, at a sacrifice In<iulre at 44 West Sixteenth street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Brooklyn ?professor panormo begs to inform hi* friends and the muaical public that be Is pre. pared to receive scholars for pianoforte instruction; (ifUmn years' ex|ieriencn In Europe and America; the elements of stugiug on the Italian method. Residence 152 Adams street. For sale-a grand piano, steinway a son-s; a perfect instrument, as good as new. Apply at No. 5 Great Jones street. CI UITAR and SINGING.?NAPOLEON W. GOULD, x solo guitarist and tenor, enables his pupils in a few lesions to accompany songs and play effectively. Address 884% Broadway, above Union square. JUST PUBLISHED.?A NEW AND PLEASING COM position hy Professor Henry Schroeder, entitled "A* You Like It" Potka Maxourka Briliaute. For aale at all the musto torea. Lessons on the piano at $s per month, with privilege of dsily practice, at I8B Hudson street, near Caual. Call Tuesday* and Friday*. MUS1C.-$10 PER QUARTER FOR INSTRUCTION ON the Piauo, by an experienced teaoher. 188 West Twentyfirst street, near Eighth avenue. Musical.?an experienced lady teacher would like to engage a few more pupil* for the piano, In New York, Brooklyn or Greenpoint. Lessons given at the residence of pupils or her own. Address G. H , at Firth, Son A Co.'a. MS Broadway, or oall at her realdeooe, 288 Carl jq avenue. Brooklyn. M_ Uaf/'AL.?PIANO, VIOLIN, GUITAR AND SINGING. I.lessons dav and evening. Circulars at MS Broadway? No. <7 r"?'n " ?<>Bow?ry. Pro faaaor'a reaidaiic*, frk- "Fmv 1>ROFE8SOR IIFNKY BOH***?? 'thorough 'in' I atltuta, 71 Kldriilga atraat, .Ul,. "1!*' wiu co^, ?ncf. lc true,lion on the Piano, Violin and Htngireceive pupils At moderate turmi 8epien>bu. THK HORACE WATERS GRAND. SQUARE A Nil UP right Planoa, Malodeoiu, Harmon funt? ?n,l C*Din? Org.ma, wholesale anil retail, at rtduwi) prifc."*- T" V tent allowed if pur<-haaad. Monthly paymnnta K"ee've<l "* (ha name Second band Planoa $00 to $22S FaCv.'O' w*ri-room* 4M Broadway. Oaab paid for aecoud Planoa. ? *1 - J-jT VIOLIN TAUGHT. ?Till* BEAUTIFUL INSTRUMENT taught bv u new and mi? ra?lliml; eonraea of twelve leaaona; thorough knowledge guaranteed; Irrtu* moderate. Apply to JAMES GORDON, 20 Sixth avenue. WANTED-BY AN AMATEUR ORGANIST. A HITUAtlon In Minna Protestant chinch Addrrit Organist, atatlon D. N. Y. INSTRUCTION. A GERMAN YOUNG LADY, RECENTLY ARRIVED. wiiii iincxcautloniihla reference#, and wall aiperlenoad In teaching Praiicn ami Wei-man, la dcslroua of an engagainent In a private family or athool. or to give private laaaooa. For particular# apply at IDS West 38th at , from 9 to 12 o'clock In tha morning. A LADY OK FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE, BOTH North and South, In teaching French, Mnalc, Idttln, playing tha Oigan, Engliah liranchea, Au , 4c., dcalraaa altu Hon In a private family or aemlnary. his the hlglirat diplo mas and leatimontala. Addreaa, stating when and where an interview may be had, lnatructreaa, box 4,089 Poet oflW A LAKY OF SEVKRAI. YEARS' EXPERIENCE wlahea to engage In instructing young ladlea or rhlldren in mualc. French and English, aa raaldent teacher or otherwise. Sailai.ictory reference* to former employer* both here and In tha South, cau be given. Addreaa Mia* F. W.. Herald ofllre. AFREXCH LADY, HIGHLY EDUCATED, WISHES to maka arrangamenU with a few select pupil* for French grammar and converaatlon Addreaa K. T., box 121 Hani Id oflloe. A i uiiunfitn i^unnEm mii A< Ai'r.ii, nil, M Broadway, gentlemen or boy* arn prepured for any business in a superior, practical wanner. The* beoum* quick at figures, rapid bu*ine*s penmen mid good liookkeep. era Pri?ato desks may be secured this we*k without eitra charge A YOUNG LAI?Y, WELL EDUCATED AND AWOMpliahed. desire* employment In th* oily; la a good musldsn ami French scholar. References (Ivan Address t'lirUtlne, Herald ofllo*. A THOROUGHLY EDUCATED LADY DESIRES pp. plla aa a vlalung governs**. Call on or addrca* Mi** r .UWMt 28th at. BODE'S AMERICAN, FRENCH AND (MERMAN DAY and Boarding School An Hndaon atrial, bflwwn .Ian* and Horatio ainrelM, near Twelfth, wilt reopen on Monday, September II. For olrrnlsrs address tb? principal, Dr. lagan T. Bod*. (1HARLIER FRENCH INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG OEN< J tl<*tii<*ii. 48 and SO East Twenty fourth utreet will reopen on Tuesdsy. September 19 Hoarding and day school. Boy* prepared (or college, bumnee*. West Point and th* Nary school. A primary department for young boy* Profraaor elie CHARMER, Director. /GOLDSMITH'S INSTITUTE, 7M BROADWAY. lx PENMANSHIP, BOOK K KEPI Nil AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS. Hudson river institute -classical, scientlf1c. commercial and musical. Mwli' gymnaallca for ladle* and military drill for gentlemen dally. Term open* September II. R*r. A. FLACK, A. M , Principal, ('lareraek, N. . INSTRUCTION?IB DESIRED. IN EITHER A SELECT I achool of not mora than four or alt pupil* or private family, for two mlanea, agad 14 and II, In a pleasant location not more than three hour*' ride from New York city, where they can hare all the advantage* of a finished education, and wh*re iher* will be ample opportunity of good physical d* velopmsnt b? healthy *iercla* on horseback, boating. Ac. It I* partloularly neceaaary that th*y rhalt have all th* oomfoii* of home. In a well ordered, wall eatahliah*d. comfortably furnished bona* Address Mother. S8 Union Square, N. Y. Mb l. de grand yal-b English and fren< h Boarding School, Hobokao, N. J. Th* annual session begins Monday, September 4. stair nnnvi mKMIMarv at haitu nniana ? U sacond building nonhaast of Rt Mark'* church, will raop?n 8?p(?mb?r 9, 1MB, and will noollnua to lb* ?ummar tscallon. In this wall astabiuhad Institution hot* ara thoroughly praparad for buslnasa or collar, and ba?a the notnforta of a Imtaa. Llmltm! uumbar ?nu?o. Mo Jay scholars. Address Principal, boi Hi Poet ofllaa. or oom* and im. PRACTICAL BORINERR COLLROR. flit BROADWAT, JT cornar of Twalflb ltr?M Bnokkaaping, arming Ac Hoys and man practical!/ ftuad for business, by VOotLRDORFF, tha aiparlaucad commercial teacher. STITD1RR WILL JtR RKRHMRP AT AT FRANCIf Xarter'e Collage, 49 Weil Fifteenth mraat. New Tork, oa Monday, Reptember 4, IW SHORT HAND WRITING.-F. O.DOWD !R PRF.PARRD to raneWe atudanU In phonography, at hl? room* No. M.I Broadway, whera ronng man will oa Instructed IB all Ibc dalalla of law and nawapaiwr rsporting rTRACHKRR-WANTRD, LADT FOR RNWLIRH and French. eelect school, Rlsten laland. aka may realia In Naw York or Hrooklyn. gorernaes for Rngllsh and music, Michigan, and ona, Kentucky. French lady for achool naar city. Also othar laarhars wsntad too numarotia to mentlon. All who seek positions should bare "Amer. Hoboal Inst " application form. .1 W RCHKRMKHIIORN, Actuary. ID (Irand Street. WANTED-BT A I.APR Or LON(? F.XPRRIRNCR IN teaching, a situation, either In a achool or private family, to taach tba RnglUh hranohee, music, Franch ami Latin. Bast of references farnuhed. Adilrese 0. B , No. 1 Rssai Market place. S ' fllil ^ AHTH. fHIOTO VIFWH -NIAOARA PALLA, IRNTBAI. PA It K~ Oil Creek, Pano? aqj othar Pictorial Hubjacta, for sal* Min ud r^MtU ?i UQUtlS' tas ?*? #. 7 - ^WWMW. ----rf'V.mrt, New bower* thbatkb m _ dote Proprietor -CAltf U*m Mr a O BONIPAOB beg* "? 'o/ora Ue puUM&?lfc? wiu pUr PARBWBLL ENOAOBMIMT at the above popular Theatre prtnoui 10 W? 4w?rt** i* California on tbe 16th uiaiant, and a grand aartM * .SllAKsrBREAN PLATi wtll be preeeated KRIDAT. 8EPTBMBBB B, farewell oomptuuanury beneflt to __ MH a C BOM1PACB. JflOX'S OLD BOWBRY THBATRB. HBW tOMAMTIC DRAMA. ENTITLED MYHTBBIBB Or OABHOW abbbt, . PRODUCED BBOABDLBStf QP bzpkmsb altd fm MOST BRILLIANT BPPBCTfi, underihe direouoo aud auperrUiuu of MB O. L. POX, who appeara to It, WITH HIB PULL OOMPAHF. Alto tbe Drama, PICE or DEATH. WINTBB OABDBN. yy Hatiamr Mr. WB. IMI Step* Nmuw Mr. M. O. HmM Mr Smart bags to announoe thai tbla establishment imB open (or the regular season oo WEDNESDAY, Sept ?. on which oooaaloB Uia great oomle artist, MR. J. 8. CLABKB, will make bta first appearance la laa months la Ma t?r* brated oharactera of ? major ob boots, la J. Sterling Coyne's charming oomedr.eotltled ... v. everybody's ^bibvid. a*pl4/edt>y htm fur fifty saw nights a* tbla theatre. " TIMOTHY TOODLBB. as played by him bar* (or one hundred and fortr-iW n wits. orchestra will be ander the direction of MR. ROBERT STOEPRL. Box ofllca will be open oo Weduaaday, fith, at A. K. when seals may be seoursd t~ Barnum's nbw museum. ? pah^jlgulab notiob. pohtpokrmbkt. In consequ^ica of the extensive preparations for lbs MM Spectacular Romance, the Museum will be reqidred oa Me# day and Tuesday for rthsaratls, and the entire leUMUfc meut will be opened for the first time to the public at BUNRIHE X>H WEDNESDAY MORNING. 8KPT. ?. Wood's minstrels, 614 broadway. Talent apprwlalfd. The Challenge Danes, THE MILLER AND HIS MEM, THE 0H08T, THE OLD MAIDS, CHAMPION CLOO danob, THE BOUNTY jumpers, DON't obt wbart, Tony pastor's opera hoobe, 201 ?owbrt. Second week of the wonder of the age. UnanlOMM bursts of applause from crowded and fanhlonable audloaoMt EL NINO eddie, EL NINO EDDIB. who will appear in hia ST ART lil NO PEATS ON THE TIGHT ROPB. and THE TERRIKIC ascension ON a SINGLE WIRE, from the atage to the dome of the theatre, BLINDFOLDED AND ENVELOPED IN A SACK. Entire new bill of noveltiea by Tony Pastor and hi* tHfreres. SAN PRANCISCO MINSTRELS, Mft BROADWAY.?TfB original anil far-famed Birch, Wnuibold, Bernard aojl Backus' San Francisco Mitinlrt'l* Krexh Burlesques for thaf week. The Wine Seller, Kit and On-asy. D. S. Wambeld In new Song-* and BallndK. Charley Backus' Political One tlou. W. Uernard'a lllttory of India Billy Birch as Pat aad Greasy. Scene* from a Domestic Drama Riggiug and Pwrchase. AAA -AMERICAN THEATRE, 14:T. BROADWAY. Manager and Proprietor b. w. BaMtt INCREASED ATTRACTION. Crowded and delighted audluucea. THE GREAT TROUPE In a glorious bill of novelties. The laughable farce, entitled THE ILLUSTRIOUS STRANGRB. The beautiful Spanish Ballet Divertlsimeuls HOSE BT PAPILLION AMD LA BELLA MANOLA, By the great ballet troupe. THE CORPS DE ETI1IOPE In their Comic Negro Delineation*. 3i See amall bills of the day. doom open at 6; to connnenc at 7% o'clock. Matinee on every Saturday afternoon. AKTKMUS WARD AT IRVING HALL .SIX NIGHTS MOKE. SIX NIGHTS MORB To night and every night this week, ARTEMUR WARD'S CHEERFUL MORMON EN TERTAINMENTB. The very marked and brilliant success which attended Ihetn entertainments during tbe week, the spaotoue haB dM each evening having been CROWDBD to ITS utmost capacity bt " BRILLIANT AND FASHIONABLE audibnobb, warrant* Mr. Harrison in Indugfttg Artemus Ward TO REMAIN f?*?E WEEK MORB. rne manager leeia yr i it I* <lue to ARTEMUS WARD to atate that the momo.it he aacertalned bow well the IMag *? i?*jrin?(. lie it once conacnted to remain, Id the moet gmtlcmnnly manuer. Thli contliiol of ARTPMUH WARD remind* tin of our revolutionary forefather*. But the? ADOOS! ADOOHI Which hare tarn HO TOUCHINO AND HO REMUNERATIVE. mimt p.mitively dote on Saturday, Septemlwr 9. as IM Mliant PAREPA nimai on Manila*, the lltli, and A W. OOES OVER TI1K SKA Tlrknta IU> cent*: reaerred aeala 90 eenta ettr* For Ml* at Beer A Schlrmer'a, 701 Broadway, and Irving Hall ' DUirg NKW IIA III*. I) 7*) BROADWAY, oppoalut New York llotel ENTERTAINMENT EVKllY EVRNINO. | Hundred* unable to gain >i1ml??l?w i I IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK fourth week and continued aucoeaa of [ HIUNOR BLITZ. JR., ""W The world renown** 1 M AHUM AN AND y?VT'"""'?l|IT .. jjl <4>v *" *".* " "WiflfhlalSfOanarr RMa OrJn.l MATINEE Wedneaday afj name per formanoe aa In the eTenlng. rhPrtren 'fflfc VARIETIES THEATRE, ST AM) V BOVIlf Irnmeiiae Attraction. A Or?nd Production First rilglit.i of the grand military eperta/lc ? YOI NO AMfffCICA AND OLD IRELAND. Orand Tableaux. Mirthful Rltuatlona. Comhala, Fun, Pm. TIIK OREAT STAR COMPANY In a boat of new Comie Acta, brimful of Fun, Fun ORAND MATINEE ON WEDNESDAY ORAND MATINEE ON WEDNESDAY IRVINO HALL. Mr BATEM AN bega to announne that he will ahortlr l?> au^iit ite a ?erie? of < Iran.I Oreheatral Concert* In the alow eatablithnienl, commencing on MONDAY, HEPTEMRER II, at which he will have the pleaeure of Introduetng to a Km* York .nidmtioe the eminent and veraalUe prim* J.tiua ie| caiilatrice, MADAME PAREPA, who<e triumph* on the lyric atage, In the concert notnendla the giand tuukloal featirala, hare jnatly placed berat the MM of Imr profeuion; alno of MR. DANNREUTHER. pla riiat whoae debut In Loudon wai the mu*lc?l great of tM paat aeaeou. and of SIONOR CARL ROSA Vlolinlat, whnae a ! r??? iii the principal European riti?a kit been unequivocal. The Orcbeatra win be compound of plokN perforuiera. selected by and under the direction of MB. THEODORE THOMAS Prof lowe'S army balloon atcentral par*. ttinl aac?nilon* made In all calm weather, from aanrlas until 9Vi o'clock I*. M. Ad opportunity offered to every om to view the great metropolis at aunrlae, noonday and by light. Winter oarden. The ladle* and gentlemen engaged at the above ?ata> liabment are n-queated to meet In the Oreen Room, on Maa> flay. Suptemlier ?. at It A M . preparatory to the opening om Wednesday. September #, IMS _ J O HANLEV, Stage ManafC. OLYMPIC THEATRE -THE LADIES AND OENTLBinen engaged at the Olympic are requested to aeM la Hie Urenu room on Monday, September 4, at 12 o'clock M MM. WOOD. Tiik national connrrvatory op music will reopen on the 4th Inat Hubariiptlone for vacanele* la Ike eeveral breucbea received at the office, 198 Kaat Tblrtewatfc atreet J. C. WHITE, Secretary. Banjo and Ethiopian jio, clou, burlesque. and trial! Jig Dancing taught by JOHN BO0AN, H Kut Houston atreet Terma. $t pereouree MBD1CAL. ~ Advice to married ladies.-madamr rhi TELL. Profeaaor of Midwifery, having over IkMr years' auccesaful practice In tbla city, nan be uoasultod wtfb the otmoat confidence at 182 Chambers atreet llerlnralllbM French Pllla, No. I. price $ I, No X price f& can nevi U; are safe and healthy. Alao sold at the druggist's, IB urgg^ wich atreet. near Liberty atreet, or sent by mail Mediae* RESTELL deems It her duly to caution ladtae againat tatora, who not only deprive them of their moaaa Ml of Iktll health. A -pound at last?the oreat FEMALE RRO0. . lator, Ur POWRr.s Frenob Drop* Ofloe IK Sta atreet. A-PITLL VIUOR RESTORED BY DR POWBMT . Blixlr. IflS Elm atraet. Recommended to all wUg> plating mat riage. ^ DVIOETO LADIBS ?THE WOMAN'S TRUE FRjlA la need, DR POWKRS. ! Elm atreet Hlg Piiigi Periodical Dropa reitKi'e all dllBmlUea. A-thorou4ih treatment, without mbaooav . or restrictions, by Dr. K KNNEDY, IgBElm ehyt tpERMANENT CURES by DR KBNNBDT. Mi . Kim atreet. In all oaeee requiring aecreay and e?p? rleiiee TAR HKI.OKN TMR LAD1BR- PHYHIdlAN orpioa J J and wMrnw 11) Baat Broadway. near Chatham strwfc HUM. quiet room*. and a lady in aUaedaaoe at all hours. DR URIvni.R. KRMALB PHTR10IAN AND A* eoiirhaur. No. 8 Amur place, three door* from iaHt etreet mak?a II hla apnrlal practice to treat all female ee? plaints, from w ha I erer cauae produced Blagaat no? fa* lad Ian requiring nursing Dr n brnbdiot hbalr thb mot thi lamb and blind bjr laying on of haoja, at M South XIlife treat, Wllliameburg. Offlco hours from 4 A. M. uhtU I P.H. GENTI.KMKN HIIOUI.D CONSULT DR. BABRIBOft SI F.a?t Hroadway, near the Bowery, In all eaara requirin* conn Inntlel roedioel |traata?nt. Dr. H. la a first dag* phystcisn LAPISH -MBfl B BUN ROB, PBHALB PBYSlCtA*. Kl'-ctridty applied, also phrenologtoal IM>ln(HH no. 481 Rronme street, New Tori. A t< LADtBH-IB 8IXTII AVKNUB 1R DB. BARR(ftON'| only office touUdantlal and private oonaullatlon at aft hours. MADAMF VANBRHRIRR, PBMALB PUTHintAB-? Mlilh arenne. treats anooeaafully all female r xnplalata. Blegant accommodation* for ladiee who wish mediral treat. miMit c.ouciltailou at All hour*. Corrrspoadeuoe slrloMf prtfete MADANB I'ARNKM.B, FBMAI.R PRTHIOIAN A NO midwife, ta now ready l?> receive All Udf Invalid* Olfc rorUhle Rooms eapecialty foi la<ll*?duringcuaOBIWMpL Oil at 741 Oreenwlch street. MADAMK ORINDI.B, PBBALR PHTRICIAN, NO Ainlly plane, nan be onnoiited on all dieeaeeaof leMte Oaarement room* for ladies who Oeairt $094 nnaM I OaJ attttttfMM 4?utM